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Digital page images are linked to the text file. m 4 I aft11110 m1 l c y VOLUME XV MT VERNON ROCKCA8TLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY JANUARY 1902tlUMBi li 19 4 TELL MY FRJE1VDS TO BE BRAVE AllJ FEARLESS AND LV YALTO THE GREATCOlfiJ10N PEOPLE= IIBAKERS I9 V F The constant increase in our business re makes w33 gaagnrefiaiaa5 it necessary to close our winter stock now andput in a great spring stock very early Lots of goods are in the iVayandw ll be sold at from 20 to 40 per cent reduction k Thc Mot Successful The Most Reliable j I The Most Popular Store in Rockcastle STRICTLYONEPRICErn0ALLCii J I BEST 5 CERT DOAESTiC OJi EARTH BRODHEAD 0 Miss Sallie Purcell is J lsittn Relatives at Lancaster this week c Rev Livingston of the Bro head section filled his appointment at the Christian church Sunday Mr Albright the editor of the Mt Vernon Signal was withus Saturday He has many friend- in our town who are always glad t see him comefiEra Pike preached at the 11 E church for Bro Stinnett Saturday evening Bro Livingston and his people were out to hear him The preachers of our town all go to f ql1 freachotheral1d get jalpng well IOurtor Mr J B Farmer has been changed from this place to East Bernstadt Our people dislike to t give him up and we arc glad a he gets an increased salary for his labor It is said that Wm Pettus will take his plrce at this point and Mr J R Cass will get Pettus place as night operator Rev J W Masters the repre seutative of the prohibition cause in this part of the State was with us again Tuesday evening and made another strong appeal to our people to become active workers for the righteous cause of prohibition This warefare against the liquor traffic was inaugurated nearly one hundred years ago by our fore f fathers and mothers They fours at the outset these forces arraye against them appetite supersti- tionI ignorance the church wit I few exceptions wealth fcppower and the demagogues But withall these tremendous obstacles r arrayed against them these men I and women with a heroism that f has never been excelled with self jk sacrifice and devotion that tlenge the admiration of the w chalIt 5 with a long list of martyrs that f have fallen at the hands of the as t sassin and the mob They have I gone through a campaign of near onehundred years and this has I been their achievenicnls They H have so reversed public opinion as lo the beneficial effect of strong d drink for the man outside of the 1 i atradel feuders to speak out in its favor r And those who oppose the prohi jbition policy now t oppose pulyj their methods and not the fir nc- p i fc aThis party lists made the medical world acknowledge their mistake as to their views on the great me cal properties ofalcollo m3Jof fthe eminent of their profession de hying any virtues whatever to alcohol as a medicine that cannot be supplied by other medicine While its friends claim n Jin a lew cases only I hat ile use is advisable andlhey are preparing tOlf1iP idly sttrreti their whole position It has been L butIew now defend the theydrink traffic It hay been driven uadcantAnd it is almost driven out ofall the great corporations ofour corporationss are refusing to employ men who drink The traf c stands today branded as a foe to man a foe to our country a foe to God and a friend to anarchy It lids been driven out of some of our States and Territories Now let lib look at the forces tha areuotynenpasatin Jlu enti nient to a greater or less extent against the liquor traffic in this country the church the Sunday school the joung peoples union the good templars the womaus Christian temperance union and the prohibition party the party that has never defended the license system has never equivocated has never compromised and after twentyfive years in storm and bat tie amid division scorn and misrepresentation trusting in the same God who in all lands and in all ages has always given victory to those who have stood for the They are still looking forward wit confidence and faith to the coming of that bright morning when the church bells of this nation shall ring tint all over this land pro jadbarbarism and sinthe legalized hjThe signs of the times are that God is moving on the line of th destruction of the saloon acIflawfor which we thank God and Congress Also in theI ban put upon the traffic by so many organizations and in the Demand for total abstinence in employes now tirade by many business We also see in our school firmsI declaring that ignorance exist among our people regarding the evils of narcotics alcohol and the relation of the laws of health nd morality God has said this evil must go and He has also said we must al1er seatjfor what we do in this matter and then as profcssed Christians both democrats and republicans and in view of the judgement day audir Ii grace to stand by the right thing and do it Nowthisis no fancy sketch but thislIyour this greatest of foes to human life and 10 our Masters kigdoui U derltgtifir tm fficGod1c1r11 Vcyit and all to do our tt lioledtily t fII BRISK BARGAINS The HARVEST Is Ready Arid our store is crowded ich week with buyers BargainsrIP YOU Failed to come Last Week be sure to come this Our Goods are Bargains U 0 GA3AKER a CON 0 WAY Harry Jones was here last Mon day on business- M GT Jones is with Mrs J S Arnold this week Allen Mckenzie was in Berea last Monday onbusinessIMr Thomas Dykes of Boones borough is visiting his son Jesse IIthis week Jack Mobley says he is through studying law and will dispose of his books cheap threeIyearold thits writing lrrgrjcsse BykJrfwwas mi Haraa last Saturday to see the Doctor concerning hei little girl who iii very sick Dr R H Lewis has just finished running out the lines of his farm and has posted up inred letters and will positively allow no tres passi ngIDavid Chenault the clerk in the Conway Mercantile Gos store was taken very sick last Friday and took the train for his home in Richmond We understand that the EastI operathhundred feet deep and have locked tip for reasons unknown M L Kelton has been complain ing for a few days with a puffed up w which he has been painting v iodine bus will be able to go Paris in a few days He has a ob as flagman at that place Your correspondents big dem nameed Joseph Herbert He is the finest boy on record He gets the name Joseph from J J Jones who lives in Illinois and claims to be a brother of Mr Joseph Herbert fatherDr Elmer Northcutt and J M Nave have stopped the drill o their land on Copper creek at a depth of eight hundred and ten feet They have good indications for oil but in order to hold some leases in Menifee county they had to pull the drill out from this place t Theywill place another one here in a few days or as soon as the weath will permit The country will be glad to knowl that Mrs McKinleys interest in sufficientsly revived for her to ask fur the r appointment of an Ohio postmaster Democratic Senators are making some good speeches with the Phil ippine tariff bill for ataxt The Panama crowd at Washing too are claiming that Mr Roose yishofcs ittoe ier than by coming gut openly oOl the side ofrtitte Ptnattia lath u r lRELIGIOUS The Christian Church has 27 If foreign missionaries The Missionary Institute vill beheld at Lebanon February 1213 The Covington Ky Sisters ifi Charity will build a 30000 academy Exchange Sunday in the Chri tian churches will be February 9 jThe National Federation of Churches will meet in Washington February 5 Ile Unitarian conference will be FebrularY1The Christian church missionary rally gill lJ held oN in Bouisville February 25 The American Bible Society is sued 1554128 Bibles the past ea an increase of 157327LThe first Sunday in March ttill be Foreign Mission Sunday in the Christian churches The annual meeting of the AJethodist bishops will be held April 28 at Nashville Teun The Catholic churches hae changed the announcement of uservicesto the word masses The Pope conferred the Order o Gregory the Great on Kubelik th violinist who is a Bohemian CathoI li bocThe Rev Dr J B Moch will enter upon his work as evanglist for the North Alabama Presbytery next week All the Episcopal churches wit1of FebIruary The religious presscommend the at upper house of Congress for forbid ding the sale of firearms opium and intoxicating liquors in the islands of the Pacific Thannk Offering Committee has extended the time limit for raising the oooooo Twentieth cent 1rythankl9o- ffering to January I Of the 73769 t 0071 raised by he Society for Propagation of to Catholic Faith 6000000 was allotted to the United States The collection began at the founding of the society in 1822 in France Kentucky Baptists are to ha another weekly paper This will putedished at Eaducah by the Rev G W Perry man Both have had prec 1 ious experience and are well egtii ped Rev J C Carmical went to PceacliersilleSaturdaY to fill his regular appointment there Sunday Dr A E Ewers was linableI accouut osick est to fiLIJis regu far appointment af the Fresh y j teriau church Snnclavl r f BIG STOCK of T- t GOODSNotionsand ProvisionsQiiecnsware Tinware Saddles Bridles and Furniture Country Merchants would do well to set our prices NICE FRESH GLEAM GOODS r IS WHIT YOU GET AT BiKERS s CropIFOR SALEOne fine black htar e mule colt Jan 31 2t D L Bryant FARM FOR SALE A farm consisting of 450 acres r1nonlamswill be divided into three tract- and each sold separately Good 4andwellJal13r4t J II C SUTTON JR Sam Moore sold to Jesse a bunch of butcher cattle at 3 cts1M J Farris purchased 121 hogs this week of Allen 1ielAdvocateiSenator Byron of Bracken couui ty has introduced a bill in tin- egislature to protect birds fish 1and game by providing for the Game Warden system under the supervision of three Commissioners who shall appoint the Warden and as many deputies as may be troves sary Morris Farris sold to Simon Neil of Lexington and other par- esti 280 head of stock cattle at from Brufi6ehogs at 5n cts and als 46Isheep at 2 a heldHarrod burg Democrat R B Wallace sold 3500 bushels ofwheat to the Star Milling Co at 82 cts per bushel W W Gay Winchester and Mr Morgan of Lexington were in our village Wednesday and bought from J R Williams 200 bushels of hemp seed 3 per bushelJ J Richardson sold to Frank Christian twenty twa fat hogs average weight 230 pounds at 6 cts per poundes semine Journal About 2000 cattle were on the market at Georgetown lfondaI uality common Trade quick lbsteers sold at 4 to 4 ao yearlings at from 4Ji to 475 cts heifers at 3 cts to 4 cts cows at 3 ofeBourbon bought 23900 lbcattle of Green Lymanat 3 65 The mule market was dull Small mules sold at 60 to 80 and some 153 I 40eoU11hobbiesf the republicans that this govern pmoot slioaIdsPend its surplus on islands tI1atiJleuse of government transports If the stronglyionr ntton see transI JportatioD for families and friends diet not of course influence tiles offr rs J t h r PINE HILT o Miss Judith Sym this week sick Miss Lula Sextov John Silvers at Lh 7Mr L Ietessennon Wednesday on Mr and IrSt BetsMrsL lL I J by two friends Jas Meadows Mr Jas DoJS from East B Sunday wit Miss 1spentSaturday el lives in Mt g home Monday This fd grin has done much date trees anoV broken down ii legraphand telephone wire Tb say nothing of being th cause of natty falls We are called on to rnouructhjt loss of one of stir best women j Mrs Jas Hall who passed to her her reward January 28 1902 She leaves three children one little daughter Eva who wilIl more than anyone else miss a rnelhers love and devotion Two sons John husbandoTo this bereft family we extend oua heartfelt sympathy How blessed the righteous when they die and sink the weary soul to rest a NoLoseYou cannot afford to disregard the warnings ofa weak and diseased heart and put off tak ing the prescription of the worlds greatest authority on heart and nervous disorders Milesileart Cure I If your hurt palpitatcs flutters or you arm short of breath have smothering spells pain in left side shoulder or arm you have heart trouble and arc liable to drop dead any moment thelUrr4ird al frtmi huurc disease it his home in Portland Indt1try mowing hi lawo The Press MA Birdfall Wntkins N Y whose portrait scads this advertise ment JLwrite this through firnt DrIof the Jicart severe kit SIOt ra m general health was miserable A few bottles of Dr Milesllssrt Jure cured nie entirely t3er l1d i MtV ernon sinaifr FRIDAY JAN3I 1902I byIPublished every Friday EDGAR S ALBRIGHT von SUBSCRIPTION ONtt YEAR L00 4duertisiacg rates made known on application a FROM a little wooden track line along the Lackawaxen Creek where the first locomotive in the country t had its trial in 1829 the railroad system of the United States have grown in 73 years to a network of rails which straightened out would make a single track extending eight times around the world Visualiz this eightfold girdle Beside it a new track progressing 12 miles a day on the ninth circuit On every five mile stretch is a locomotive with a train of eight cars There are five men at work for every mile and 240 new men coming to work every day The road carries more tonnage than all the ships on all the seas together with the railroads of the busiest half ot Europe From the lines that make up the imaginary manifold belt one wag thearnere Uintr3 directly or indirectly se iving for himself and hist tfs if not as a fireman or a a superintendent t11enI ke builder or a steel Bin one of the lumber- n hewing down th miles of timber em year for tiesThe a be very plain that opportunity for the h nothing but brains ijmself for an import great distributing fct into existence mines He must to the twenti easeThe era- politiciansof are s with it an expen for ideas an the dreams of the gcuerSK Kerday It to be a battfl Band the man who has nm if to go way r back and s BHp with the typet writer girl or me telegraph oer p ator or some one else who does nothing but handle other peoples ideas The man with ideas will Y Occupy the center of the stage and Itf the limelight ot public interest and thought will be turned upon him more than ever before in our his toryForumi ADMIRAL SCHLEV the hero of Santiago was given a royal recep tion in the Falls City yesterday and day before Although a majority of the Court of Inquiry decided against the Admiral yet the enthusiastic ovations given him everywhere by the great masses of th people means more than the decisi ion of any two or three men A hero is he and from him can never Jbe taken the honor which he so justly deserves THERE are now twenty two representatives of the LQuisiana Pur chase Exposition and exKentuck lans in the state asking for a liberal appropriation for the States exhibit at the Worlds Fair which will take place at St Louis next year Au exhibit worthy of the name of Kentucky is what we ought to have and the desire of every enterprising Kentuckian 1sJ That an appropriation sufficient to i meet this demand be made SENATOR WHITEHEAB has introduced a bill giving women the right of suffrage in Presidential elections The Senator will be ony the market belore a great while for a half dozen or more talking machines to answer the questions of the anxious ones to know whyI such a limit was made IOWA has the strongest delega tiou Congress but Kentucky I equallyconspicuous in the upper house Imade so by its elovedJ DlOLoe i Jt t ir OLD HICKORY CHIPS By Our Associate Editor Mr folk Laffoou of Madison privatelsone year hence Philadelphia has the nerviest club earth Eight of its members attempted to censor the dressing of the girls at a clnbdance and have- ccumulated trouble enough to las them a year Instead of joining the procession oflChicagoion meetings to protest agains- Germanys t treatment of the native- in Prussian Poland- Democratic members of the House have shown that they had more sense than the republicans gave them credit for by declining to assist inelecting a republican majority of the next house Gee wbizf All the men in th vicinity of Wellesley will have to take to the wooda on the first of May as there will be a debate on that day between the students of Vassar and Wellesley colleges The contrast between the cold reception given the Prince of Wales in Germany his cousin prepareed for Prince Henry in this C is marked Theres a lesson in it Qur republican friends need not rejoice so much over Schleys declaration that he wants no civil office He has never turned a deaf maebecome his imperative duty to hot high civil office Dole is now doleful as he is t be succeeded as Gov of Hawaii by Sam Parker ExQueen Liliuokal ani has evidently not spent the winter in Washington for nothing Parker was her prime ministe- when she was deposed Chipa still has money enough left to employ prominent prepubli cans to lobby against China exclu sion in Washington but the money is thrown away Congress may do many foolish things but this is on of the things itdare not do indeedswho could show the manner i which the U S is to get evenori 5oocooo Secretary Hay has ledged its to pay for the Danish Vest Indies Havent we already more islands than we know what to do withSenator Morgan who is one o the ablest international lawyers in Congress says the Panama Company cannot deliver the goods has offered to sell That woulc be enough for us even if we con sidered the purchase desirable which we do not LIVINGSTON 0 Little John Magee is some better waes town Wednesday Dr EI Brown of Stanford was in town Friday Pat Cook and L T Bradford are here from Louisville John W Brown cf Mt Vernon was in town Wednesday- W C Mullins is in Louisville this week on a business trip Miss Effie Meadows visited relatives at Pine Hill this week Miss Bessie Maddux of Conway is with her aunt Mrs J T Blan kenship Mrs WillHilton returned home Tuesday irom a visit with relativess at Rowland Lawrence Rose is in Louisville this week on account of the illness of his mother Miss FIner Allen oi Crooked creek precinct is visiting Mrs J E Singleton Warren Starts moved Monday nto the house lately occupied by T Merirnee Dr Sams has located here and has taken a room with his brother A North Livingston Mrs Elizabeth Peters of Anvil Jackson ountyis visiting her son W FfShepard and family f t = iCOV = Miss Bettie Wilmott of Brod head was on the southbound train Tuesday enronte to Jellico Miss May Mageeis home from Mt Vfrnon on account of the sickness of her brother John Mrs Anna Lasley of Stanford Iis visiting Mr and Mrs Thos Lasley at the Mullins Hotel The little sons of J E Single havetvery are QL Sparks who has been on visitfat Tuesday PinesHill and Mrs Minnie Chestnut of Orlando are visiting Dr and Mrs Child ss Prof Dickerson openedschool with a full attendanceMiss Ber tina Mullins will open her school in a couple of weeks Blamkenshipeand children who have made an extended visit at Baileys Switch returned home Tuesday W T Brooks of Hazel Patch and F L Thompson of Mt Ver non7rftended the Red Mens Wig warn here Tuesday evenings Born to the wife of Dr Chilj dress Friday Jan 24th a little sou Verner Brown Mother and child doing welland the Dr as well as could be expected LEVEL GREEN o Our beautiful land has been hooded with now and water for gdto espe cially peach trees 0The wheat crop though small at first has suffered much from severe freezing some fields being nearly destroyed atrthe residence of the brides father Mr Squire Thompson Miss Mar tha Thompson to Mr Elmer Ping eldest son of Eli Buck Ping Rev D R Gentry officiating The meeting in Gooch Town which has been in progress fore many days conducted by Rev J L Davis still continues with increas ing interest many having embraced 1or accepted his teachings Bro Davis is certainly a wonderful preacher when we consider his poor education He has great suc cess as a revivalist nearly every wherehe preaches schoolfwill continue to run it for the win 1ter at least We learn by card from our daughters Ida and Sally that allI arrived safe and in due time at McAlister 1 T The number of loafars at Level Green has been rather scace dur ing this bad spell Cattle buyers are on the lookout among us and the price sheep has hasan upward tendency tho not very many for sale in this imme diate neighborhood but J J De Bord has a fine young mare and a jack to sell Corn still holds its grip at 60 cents Buy now or you will pay more soon Uncle Bill myself Bro Jarvis and infact many more of the selleand go west so that our children and childrens children may grow up with the country The people of hDrBryants acquaintance are very indignant over his arrest and fine for practicing medicine without license They declare a man without a dyplomer but possessed with a knowledge of thereypewticks iz better qualified to visit the sick than one possessed only of a dyplomer but I cant tell Dr Bryant has returned to the factory where he will soon polish and then hell come forth charging and to charge UCKV ARNON P So My health remains about the saute CASTORIAFor Infants and Children Thi Kind You Have Always Bought Bears thedSignature ofth t f r QUArL J MIf BOWl bought a mare at 50 E A Herriu has avery sick child Vincent Poynter continues about the same John anfew days 1sickloi A J Thompson of Pre lchers yUle was iu the country last weak Mr Osborne is putting in a saw mill near T G Warrens where he willcut cedar post O A Gentry sold his farm tr George Proctor for 275 mul a mule colt to Joe Brown for 3 50 The people oi this CuutHry would like nothing better than to see the threatened fight to a finish between Pierpont Morgans coal trust and railroadsThe lobby seems to have been encouraged by its temporary success in Washington to spend some money on the London press The democrats are In a minority in the Senate but they didnt have much trouble in forcing that Philippine investigation I I Soft HarnessYou nesa as sot as a glove and tough aa wire by using EUItEKA EarROBH Oil You can Ilengthen Its lifa make It last twice as Ions ua it ordinarily wo- uldEIJEA Harness Oil makes a poorlooking bar ness like new Made of pure heavy bodied oil ellpecially prepared to with stand the weather Sold everywhere in cans all sizes lade bj STANDARD OIL CO ToMorrow You May not be able to take out Life Insurance Then you will be sorry Today while you are physically able is the time to do what you willnot be able to do tomorrow The finest investment insurance ever issued is at your service The Three Per Cent Gold Eudowraeu t Bond o- fTHE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANYOF HOME OFFICE LOUISVILLE J rGl1 JrSPECIAL AGENT TRUST BUILDING RICHMOND Ky Miss ELLEN E BUTNER District Agent Mt Vernon Kentucky COUR1ERJODRML 2 TlfxE8 I WEEK 1 104 Times a Year The TWICEAWEEK COUR IERJOURNAL is the best paper published iu the United States for Democrate and for ALL readers It is the equal of many Dailies and the superior of all other Semi Weeklies or Weeklies HENRY WATTERSON Editor The Wednesday issue is devoted NEWS MATTERS the Satur day issue to THE HOME Sam pplicatiol1111I illLOUISVILLE BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT YOU CAK GET TH- RSIGNAL AND THE 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New York paper amI ordered pour txeat- twent After I had used it only a few days according to your directions the nilS and today after five weeks my hearing in the diseased ear lias been entirely restored I thank V8Aheartily and beg to remain Very truly yours F A WERMAN 7308 Broadway Baltimore Id Our treatment does not interfere with your usual occupation Examination and advice free LA Ill a e ei a e s 1 1 5 a ts ew s d lt q3 One 312 BY at a rate eF cJIn bic s I= a t1 f md Best in thef ZCo rtt I 16 pages ani 24 pages on r CHAINED FOR TEN YOU CAN CURE YOURSELF AT HOME INTERNKIONAL AURAL CLINIC 596 SALLE AVE CHICAGO P Greatest Newspaper0 Dairy Year Conies MAIL EStATHAI iC A DYLsth eeBiggest Brightest Paper uthromLailyZO Saturday SOMETHING FREE rand IIf1TUBW HAVE TOR IfIj lllhiiiiA OBS 1902 Iii PRIZE WALL PAPERS These fhmor spsttcms are handsomer and better made than those of any other manufacturer They consist of all grades from the most inexpensive Kitchen and Bed Room papers to the 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thought you had overspoken yourselves but resolved to give it a trial To my SendIE want to send to every sufferer a trial treatment of ASTHMA sendtit by mail POSTPAID ABSOLUTELY FREE OF CHARGE to any sufferer who will wi ite for it even on a postal Never mind though you are despairing however bad your case ASTHMALENE will relieve and cure The worse your case the more glad we are to send it Do not delay Write at once addressing DR TAFT BROS MEDICINE CO 79 East isoth StN Ya City Sold by all Druggists GO TO JQNASMCKENZIEK t Dry for Everything in 1 Shatsr ana General l iL7 Merchandise c BEST GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES Mt Veinon Signal flit VERNONJAN 31 r902 i LOUISVILLE Q NASHVILLE R R cJ TIME TABLE 24 north 1105 a m 26 north J 112 a m 23 south 200 p In 25 South 148 a m TAS LANDRUM Agent Entered at tlii Mt Verniii Iy Postoffice as see ondclnss mall matter- 11ASOUICi Ashland Lodge No 640 meets 2nd Satur day 10 A m 3TIT VERNON R A CHAPTER Xo 340 MEETS every FOURTH MONDAY at 2 p m CHURCHES Christian Holds services 1st d3ri Sunda3 tt 11 n m and at 630 p in Presliyterian Holds services on the 2nd and 4th nnday morning and evenipg Baptist Chnrch Services on the Second Saturday night and Sunday Sunday School at 9am every Sunday Prayer meeting on Tuesday night- sPERSONALS o Burdette McKenzie has fever Mrs M C Miller is seriously ill J J Tower was here Wednes day T J Pennington is clerking for Jonas McKenzie Fritz Kreuger is very much im proved in health W R Mouiice tieinspector was here Tuesday We are glad to report Prof Ewers much better R B Mullins is making Central a Kentucky towns this weekeWalker Owens is attending the Louisville Hospital of Medecine Messrs W C Mullins Sam Wardand Tony Brooks were here Tuesday 7JCharley McKenzie and FLThompson Jr are now members of the bank Mr J W Baker passed through Monday en route to Louisville to buy new goods Mrs Cleo Brown left Monday for Stanford where she will open a firstclass millinery store Mrs Fred Hahn orders the Sig nal sent to her daughter Mrs Minnie Cook at Fort Wayne Ind Lester Hilton a splendid young man of Brodhead was one of the additions to the College this week Mr and Mrs Elmer Houk spent Sunday night with their grand parents Mr and Mrs James Houk Sr Miss Alberta Hilton of Brod lead has accepted a position as clerk in R H Batsons storeRe cord F L Thompson went to Liv ingston Tuesday night to attend a meetingand big blowout of the Red Men Mesdaines Joe Purcell J R Cass Lou Purcell and Miss Sallie Purcell visited relatives here the first of the week The latter two went from here to Lancaster to spend Three weeks with the family of Mr Fred Stone Flem Garrett who used to l e express messenger between Rich mond and Livingston and also agent at Livingston and later agent at Winchester and by the way a mighty good man has lately re turned from Colorado where he lia tone to recover his health is re ported to be in the last stages of consumption He married a daughter of Wm Fish of Madison county We notice in the last issue the Record a letter from our of friend and neighbor D C Pullins ot Conway We are glad to know that he is well pleased with hi mountain hoiiie sitting by an old fashion wood fire roast his shin for if- thing any body ever did enjoy a of that kind he certainly does I am in hopes he has struck it rich the prospect for oil is good and gas will be found in pain- quantities since Dave has locat- etlerePaint Lick Cor Record Sam Penningtou is at home and says he will 4edye London aid take up his abode in Middlesboro ugh News comes from Alton KyI that Judge P D Colyer is getting along nicely in the mercantile business Miss Pearl Mullins a beautiful young ladyof the Level Green section paid this off1cea pleasant call Saturday and left her snbscrip a tion for the SignalfL T son John of Jamestown Ind spent Saturday and Sunday here leaving Sunday night for Ashville N Cvhere the latter went for his health Dr W J Edmiston of Crab Orchard was the only physician present to attend the meeting of the Southeastern Kentucky Medi cal Society which was supposed to have been held here last Friday Mrs Sallie Williams will leave Sunday right for Cincinnati to lay in her Spring stock ofmillinery She will be gone one month and it trim in the house duringthat time Mrs Ellen Butner will have charge of her store ep0 Affidavits by telephone are now being made in this countydMarriage license were issued yesterday to George Adams and Miss Lizzie Jones CLOSEDW I Owens says the singing school which has just closed at Chestnut Ridge schoolhouse was a great successn S C Franklin has just reeivedna full line of plain and set rings watch chains charms etc Every thing guaranteed to be solid goldw DEADCharley Harris who was shot near Middlesborough a few days ago died yesterday He was ti grandson of Uncle Ashley Ow1 ns LPOLICE JUDGEJudge J B Fish has resigned as police judge cf the town of Mt Vernon and the Governor has appointed J J Ping for wholias alreadvreceivedKliiscqnir missionEMARRIED Mr G W Brooks Inthemorning for Jellico where they were married yesterday afternoon Mr J H Dunn accompanied them A picture of the bride and groom will appear in our next IssuebTONIGHT The Rev Dr Thom as Terhune will lecture at the College chapel tonight Subject The grownup baby Admission only 10 cents Let everybody attend as this is the first of a series of lectures which has been arranged for the benefit of the College COINING MONEY William Hicks was on Saturdays train returning from Cincinnati where he had been to perfect a big oil dealJ In speaking of his oil interests Knox he said he was offered 2 500 profit for one little farm which he had bought near one of the wells which his company had put down Only a short distance from Barbourville a farm of 40 acres was bought by a Standard oil man for 4000 and before the boom could hardly have been sold foriroo After three years work our fellow townsman James Maret has com pleted an enlarged map of Rock castle county which will be ready for delivery about Feb 15th This map gives all the post offices railroads creeks rivers big caves telephone lines churches school houses highest mountains State and county roads and the location 1of hundreds of farm houses through out the county The map is some thing that our county has needed for many years and will be eagerly PeoPleaTELEPHONE The following tlide to show the advantages to he derived from having J1 telephone bsY a Judge of Westep K ntucky Judge S D L wis of Rockcastle JohsSmith of Livim sou over the telephone between that point and Ml Vernon tli Smith nearly ayandrai1roact fare The pa ties to the trausac XnddCapt Smite t =Nearly every cellar in town is flooded with water J F Dyre has been sworn in as constable in the 3rd district e6YThe SIGNAL and Twicea Week CourierJournal one year for 150 James Baily Adams who was put in jail some few days ago on charge of house breaking has ordered to the house ofre orm for boys At 1136 oclock yesterday the jury in the Jim Howard case returned a verdict of guilty and fixed his punishment at confinement i the State penitentiary for life Charley and Reubin Cox were held over under a 150 bond for striking Clell Smith over the head with a corn knife and Smith forI cutting the Cox boys waived the right of examination In the redirtricting of the State seems that there will be a general swapping about of Rockcastle both in the Legislative and Sena torialdistricts and the indications to a kickout into the bloody Eleventh Giles Carroll was giYenaafe- ntence t at Williarnsburgyesfe ay for the murder of Lee Sniith last November This is the third life sentence that has been given from the Wbitley Circuit Court within the last week ihibitionthe Christian church Wednesday ight and delivered a lecture last ight his object being to organize prohibition alliance at this place Out ofa fairly good audience there were to be found only six whot ould take the pledge Judge Williams was asked whether or not any Cincinnati pares had purchased the Pine Hilltines and would operate them said as the representative of 1Irc Metesser I can say that no Cincinnati party or parties has had any thing to do with the negotiation of the Pine Hill Mines but tvo years Mr L Metesser has had au option on all this land the in connection witlv sqme astern parties have bought it and that it has been incorporated in thef ame of the Rockcastle Mining Manufacturing Co under the laws the state of New Jersey that Mr Metesser has just returned from Philadelphia on some business which required his attention here and he will proceed next week to New York City to float some onds to improve his property which will be done early in the Spring RESOLUTIONS 0 A t a regular meeting of the Mt Vernon R A Chapter No 140J Jan 27 1902 the following tions were unanimously adopted Whereas It has pleased Almighty God the Supreme Architect of the universe the giver of all things to remove from this imperfect to that all perfect glorious and celestial world above our companion R Porter who departed this life anuary 5th 1902 in the twenty sixth year of his age Resolved That while we lament the loss of our companion we submit with reverence to the will of Him who doeth all things well and our faith in Him ii such that while our companions removal from us seems a mysterious providence to as we know it is best Resolved That in the lots of companion Porter this Chapter has lost a true and faithful member Ma sonry a worthy brother and the community an honest upright Christian gentleman and we com mend his spirit to the God who gaveit hoping that we may so live that when the Grand Warden of heaven shall call for us we too may be found ready and may be received into the everlasting kingdom and there enjoy in union with the soul of our departed friend the just reward ofa pious hid virtu ous life Resolved That we extend our sympathy to the bereaved father mother brothers and sisters and commend them to the only Bein who can give sure consolation i 1time of bereavement Resolved That these resolutions be spread upon the minute book of this Chapter a copy sent to the family of the deceased a copy sent 53nwho conducted the burial service by request of his own lodge and copy of these resolutions be pub lished in the Kentucky Colonel and Mt Vernon Signal J A LANDRUM lt C WI tIS GRIFFIN tCpMt 0 GRIFPm T C lcolega News O v Mr Lester Hilton ofbrodhead was enrolled among the students of the Intermediate department this week The number of students absent on account of sickness this week is larger than during any previous week Burdette and Robert Mc Kenzie are yet seriously ill Walter Mullins is not able to resume his studies though not confined to his room Misses Judith Sympson and Jennie Baker are absent this week Miss May Magee was suddenly becauaenof the illness of her brother Miss Maggie Hansel is absent this week on account of sickness Miss Fan nie Sparks is not yet sufficiently recovered from a very severe and obstinate cold to attend school Mr D B Chandler is also among those absent on account of sickness Miss Gladden lowers has not returned to school this week because of the continued illness of of her father We areglad to note that Dr Ewers is steadily improving and hope soon to have him with us again He has been so much improved in the past week that Mrs Ewers has resumed her classwork in the Intermedient departmentMiss Griffin has been so unfortunate as to have one eye somewhat hurt bya hot coal fly ng from the grate and has not able to use the injured member for several days It would seem from the foregoing that sickness is the order o f day in College news but not all of us are sickas our daily at tendance ofa hundred or more can testify Not even this com biuation weather is enough to our ranks to a very noticeable extent and the work done by our students in all the various classes bears pleasing comparison with that of any body of students any whereThe spelling class of the com bin deollegiateand Intermediat students is one ef our afternoon eatures and cantinues quite as interesting to itsseventy members as it was last year a climax being reached at the end of each week when scores are counted and one side or the other is victor The classes in mathematics seem 1 very earnest and are doing quite satisfactory work The Latin and English classes also deserve special mentionMisses Bessie Sparks and Leila fOveH of the music class are de serving of mention on acount of very excellent work in that department this term The young ladies will give a pi ano recital on this afternoon at three o clock in Miss Coxs music room They will be assisted by Miss Adams and Messrs Ernest Ewers and Claude Cog The families and friends of those on the program are cordially invited to be present The program is as follows Duet Rose Waltz Mattle Baker and Miss Cox Spinning Song Misses Grif Angels Dream j flip and Adams Gretchen Waltz Hand in Hand March Lela Lovell Vocal solo Mr Ernest Ewers Duet Bessie Sparks Leila Lovell On the Lawn Bessie Mullins Hungarian Battle Song Frogs Dance Bessie Sparks II Violin Solo Miss Adams Hunting SongIii the Ring Bessie Poynter In the Mountains of Kentucky- Mr Claude Cox The usual meeting of our Phil omathian Society will not be helc on this evening on account of the lecture given at that time in llinTerhune All friends and patrons of the College are urged to be ptesent at this the second lecture of the series to be given under the auspices of the College during the session aAnewspaper headline says of tHe head of the steel trust Schwab js a lion in Berlin JJ He must have changed wonderfully asfhe7isre igarded as quite awovIiSr rtthI1iiiaeJ ttaey tt I rot HOUK ADAMS MT VERNOX KY HEADQUARTERS FOR general merchants any liuman body can be satisfied A T prices and quality at H o u K A D A M s BARGAINS osiprv Notions ats gents TriesII uting cloth Oilcloth fly too cheop nderwear not to be nderestimated nobby and stylish inds of goods we cant be under sold II people should I vail themselves of ens suits to an or boy suitI ADAMSJ IIIll1aily Ielect M PS in all the sty less r ILA will be sold at almost GROCERIES Hardware J and ueenswarec- Saddles Bridles Harness rt collars and hamcs Ve are constantly receivf ing new arrivals of goods And will supply you rery promptly call and learn pricesr COAL CORN and Hay Agents for Best Brand Fertilizers also al1 kinds farm tools Goods delivered in irny part of town promptly What Do Tot Writ to Buy Anything you should need in our line are well worth your ntajf and should arrest your attention if you are looking f gains Bring us your country produce and get thff market price Phone 253 ringso HOUK ADA Big brick lair r CHASs Cto DAV SUCCESSOR TO THEO WESLEY The Place to Obtain iv KresK DttJij 7 0 ALSO Patent Medicines oflrftTnrET Jatien ery r ToilelI e- CIGARS AND TOBAQ Paints and Oils PRESCRIPTIONScarefully Compounded tAli day or THE BANK OF MT VERNON T MT XeNON KY1- OPENED 1900 CAPITAL STOCK 15000t C C WILLIAMS PRES JAS T ADAMS VICEPRES W L RICHARDS CASHIER A B FURNISH ASST CASH DIRECTORSJonas McKenzie Geo Livesay A T Fish t Fritz Krueger Rod Perry Vincent Boreing J E Houk r We solicit accounts of firms and individuals Careful attention is given collections entrusted to usYOur friends and patrons are invited to call when in town 1 DAN NIK WENS 4 UNDERTAKER Caskets Coffins Robes Bte Kept in Stock 0 Telegraphers or Telephone Promptly filledSBRODHEAD KJ NTUCK WILLIS GRIFFINPractical Undertlcer and FUNERAL DIRECTOR Mt Vernon Ky Vlftu Stock Complete IFINEEmbahning done on short notice rt Come and see me anything hhave otgotcangetfor you on first train that leave the Cityh L t SRp SoD ire Pro111lltly iP lled Miller House W J RIDER PR a PRI Headquarter Commercial Men i j6SPorter at all trains The Veranda Hotel j EPH COFFEYPROPR Stanford Ky Specially equipped for traveling glen Sample room on first floor Bath rooms free to guestsI RATES 200 per day Hotel Frith ProPr1LC Located at the Depot i BRODHEAD KY r 4GOOD LIVERY ATTACHED Meet gall Trams Day and Night RailroadTraveling men Solicited Will furnish Lunches for all trains Francisco Tyree iONUMEXTALTORKS Brodliead Ky- He and Marble Monuments and Tombstones fORK FIRSTCLASS FACTION GIVEN- it m ENAv K i v it Train ADO AJD J tld i PAL C oir m In effect Sunday May J9lh The new train will leave Su Louis 900 a in daily 1H e SiifT train to ajae ff 4 lairft Stvt duly llYv beThroilagtween St Louis Unit iTilKC sco and Northwestern points Daly line that does a twice daily Excursion tickets now 01 ilFor further inform tim ildress 1T G Matlhiws T P j L Louisville Ky 1riC TO wNSEII7c i Plsr dud Tkt ARt SttUlr I Insurance oal1 I kinds Call at tlie Signal office Ml Vornon I LOUISVILLE HENDERSON ST LOUIS RY 4pNe TUIS DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS te BETWEEN LO a 1111nl LOUlsJ Par orCar on Day pHliman Buffet Sleepers on Trllln5fUorrelesAad further hI forwltl or re s L j IRWIN G p LOUISVILLErKY r 2 lA thl1- r I have made a most thorough trial of Ayers Cherry Pectorafand 11I am prepared to say that for JldlS enscs of tIle lungs it never disap pointsS Early Finley Ironton O 1 3 Ayers Cherry Pectoral E wont cure rheumatism s g r we never said it It wont cure VOUld1j 1 we never claimed will cure coughs andI11it of all kinds We said this sixty ago weve been saying itCi ever since ggtststConsult your doctor If ho says talro it then do as lio says If he you not to rake it then dont take it He knows Leave it with him We are willing J C AYER CO Lowell Mass write for our confidential letter before ap Ito for it may be worth money promptly obtain U S and Foreign PATEN rSand TRADE MARKS or return EN TIRES attorneys fee Send model sketch MEDIATEFREEthe best legal serVIce and advice and our charges are moderate Try us CO3Patent Opp US Patent Office Washington DCI COURT CALENDAR COUNTY COURT Fourth Monday in each month- QUARTERLY COURT Fiist Monday in January April July and OctoberCIRCUIT COURT Second Mon day in February Fourth Monday in May and Third Monday in Sep temberMT VERNON POLICE COURTIThird Monday in each IO T M- Mt Vernon Tptrpio 21 MT VERNON KY 1I hITS every est and 3rd Monday in each mouth 730 p ni TAS E HOUK COM J J PING RECKEEP RILEY HOUSE B B RILEY Prop LONDON KY- 8STHEADOUARTERS for Com mercial men Good Sample Room and convenient to Depot Rates 2 oo per day M L MYERS Dentist MT VERNON KY FIRSTCLASS Wo1 x OFFICE In the Krueger new brick PHONE No 38 Po A Penain ton DD S M D 0 EfjTST9 N W Cor Third and Chestnut Sts LOUISVILLE KY Will be at Miller Houst Mt irnon during all Circuit Courts R G WilliamI MT VERNON KY OFFICE Room 3 up stair- over The Bank of Mt Vernon j Ce Williams ATTORNEYATLAWMT OFFICE 0n2iris floor o The Bank of 11tVernonon Church atreet Special attention given to collections jurniturc and Undertakin g A full and complete stock All orders filled promptly Motto Best goods and lowest prices J A Ma11insSpriSuce- esocs4o Bliinkcu liipJ MmlK I 1VJ GSTOr KEKTt7CFY Ii t 5 V Guru Sulphur 0 Sidewalks are greatly in demand t our little town now as the mud is causing much inconvenience Er Johh Robbins of Brodhead was here Saturday inspecting ties Rev A P Smith filled his Iregular appointment at this Saturday night Sunday placeI were postponed on account inclemency of the weather W D Gibos is confieed to hisI room with a severe case of sore eyes Mr C W Baker is canvassing a part of Rockcastle in the inter of the Eidelity Book Co Mr Henry Turner who moved to Texas some time ago writes a most sanguine letter to relatives aIthis place Mrs Gilbert Salyer and Miss Nellie Prewitt were guests of Mrs Minnie Hayes last Saturday Mr Grover Batkin was unable to get to his place of business as post master and agent Monday on account of Naacted in his stead Miss Susie Roberts is visiting rel atives in Garrard county Miss Belle Roberts has been sick for a few days HOMESr5 tfJHILIJ Does your horse feel his oats What a difference be tween the theograssfed horse The first strong and full of ginger the second flabby weak and tired lout before he begins The differenceaChildren are not alike either One IS rosy brighteyed full of life and laughter another 13 pare weak and dull The feed ingagain is responsible Sickly children needspecial feeding They dont tlf eel their oats Scotts Emulsion adds just the right richness to their diet It is like grain to the horse The child gets new appetite and strong digestion Scotts Emulsion is more than food It is a strong medicine It rouses up dull children puts new flesh on thin ones and red blood into pale ones It makes children grow Scotts Emulsion makes ordi nary food do its dutyThis picture represent- the Trade Mark of Scott Emulsion and is on the wrapper of every bottle Send for free sample SCOTT BOWNE 409 Pearl St New York roc and i all druggists flGI 941g min iLiHTiir r IjI tie pain or discomfort at the menstrual period No woman f Winse oft r ui will quickly relieve those smarting menstrual pains and I I the dragging head back audp 1rilec caused by falling off i the womb and irregular menses fll wmOfARDUJ has brought permanent relief to 1000 000 women who sufferedi every mouth It makes the men healthyItturn ta g Te women relief from the terrible aches and pains which blight so nany homes i GmmUooD LA Oct lithave very sick for some timo mye3oandI tried J bottle of wino of Cardui Do I relievedTvouwonderfullfR9 M YQtrrT- Forsirik r l frmtnreaddre ss arylLpsrtseCl f Teanf gpt9n tOkio1japanc tr I am a beautiful woman My a bundaut undulating hair envelops me as a cloud Supple as a willow is my waist Soft and brilliant is flowIsfficient to saunter through life hand in hand with my beloved Were I to meet a gracious lord educatedImyself with him for life and later share with him the pleasure of be ing laid to rest eternal in a tomb of pink marble Rambler gOne of the campaign stories that floated through the cloak room recently says the Washington Post related to Senator Fairbanks of Indiana and Governor Shaw of Iowa the newly appointed Secre tary of the Treasury Acccording to the story these two orators were stumping Kentucky After a successful meeting the Kentucky coionel who had the two republican statesmen in charge in vited then into the hotel barroom for some refreshments Wintll you have he asked Senator Fairbanks- A little cold Appollinaris was the replyAnd onrsaid the host to Governor Shaw who is a good Methodist and resides in one of the best dairy counties of the Hawkeye state oflbuttermilkThe barkeeper turned to the Kentuckian What shall i give you Colonel he askedThe gentleman heaved a long sigh Under the circumstances JJ he said 1 think you can give me a piece of pie Adjoining Counties 0 At Williamsburg Paris Shotwell was given a life sentence for the murder of Hiram Baker at Corbin ast Christmas Eve On the 24th Thos Turpin son of N B Turpin Judge of the Madison County Court was rundown by a freight train at Pitts burg Penn and badly mangled Judge Turpiu left immediately for Pittsburg to attend himEvening Post The skeleton of a man was found about one mile from Hazel Patch Laurelcounty Monday By him was found 425 in silver a comb and toothpick In the back part of the skull was a hole which shows that he came to his death by a pistol shot There is no itswas and no clue as to who did the killing A similar case occurred near the same place about ten years ago Mr A J Sears father of the young girl who was seduced away into paths of ruin by her brother inlaw B Herrin a few weeks ago succeeded jn resoling his child The eloping couple were traced through Tennessee Georgia and back to Jelico Tenn where they ere placed under atrest The al most destracted father made haste to that point and received his thor ought brokenhearted and repent ant daughter into his arms and took her to his home at Level Green Herrin was left in custody of officers and is reported to have said that if he thought he would never see his wife and child he would die by his own hand This is a particularly sad case a triumph of satan and warning that should impress flits lessons upon every young and thoughtless girl in the- cominutiltySotnersr Journal 1EATIlSi Dlr Harry 11 Weldon thwell CinIyearstago died Monday night at his home in Cirqleville 0 from a stroke of paralysis Mr Weldon was a cousin of A W Soward foreman in thus office Teddy iziug the Cabinet seems 10 race been temporarily suspended but will probably be resumed at an tiJ rday t The Mind You Kavo t 1CeltJin use for over 30 yearn has borne the sif iiatnro oif a7id been tontl Iii one tq in All Counterfeits Imitations and J stasjcod fire bIt Experiments that triiio with and endanger health of Infants and Children Experience against E peiinle- ntriVJht CASTORAC- iastoria is a harmless substitute for Caster Oil Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It w It contains neither Narcoticrsubstance Its d7OrI1ISoand allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It 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