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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t i 0- H J I Grr ofi N J tT j ouni J t rerOld 11 rJ Ifl4LF u C == m VOLUME XV MT VERNOX ttOCKUASTLK COUNTY K V FuiDAY FEBRUARY 71902 NUMBER 20 2 TELL MY FRIENDS TOJ1E BRA VE AAJ FEARLESS AND LO Y4G TO THE GREAT COMMON PEOPLE WOULDNT IT MAKE You MAD Ito see your neighbors swarming out of our Store loaded down with BARGAINS just after 4 you hadspent your money elsewhere and had nothing much to show for it IIWOULDNT IT JAR YOU u q I when you finally awoke from your Illusion and realized that your successfulneighbor was buying the same goose for LESS MONEY because he bought his BARGAINS from UGBAKERATFrom r 10 to 100 pr ct lower than you paid ULSEWHERE for the same goods THINK IT OVER IEXGOV BRADLEYS RIENCE WITH EXPEI MOUNTAINI i Prom Sundays Enquirer t IN my firstcampaign for Governor in 1887 with the distinguished General Simon Bolivar Buckner as my opponent Iwas accompanied over a large portion of the state by a newspaper man of the name of Croxton who had been a Colonel in the Union Army He was quite smallabout five feet three inches in heightweighed not over izo pounds and was badly marked with smallpox He was a brave generous intelligent little fellow but about as ugly a specimen asithas ever been my fortune to beh ldIOne day we were journeying along a mountain road running through Whitley and Knox Coun ties The weather was intensley hotrrmthose days the statt Aclec Lion occurred in August When 12 oclock arrived we were not near any tavern or station and were ravenously hungry Coming upon a little boxed storehouse at the side of the road we observed a sign on which were these words o o SIDER 5 SENCE A GLASIAND OTHER IN PERPORSHONC 00We drove to the little platform alighted hitched our horses and went in A typical mouutaiiieer tall rawboned and possessed of a countenance that indicated that he was a mighty onproper man to recognitionwould have j Two small cans of oysters with accompaniments among which were two glasses of delicious sweet cider were soon disposed of1 Meanwhile our host stood stolidly1 with his hands in his pockets suspiciously watching our every wasilrthe keeper of the store what were iris charges and was surprised to hear him say onlyea quarter Handing him a dollar I ventured kite remark that he vvas taking a lbw course to riches and requested that he acce t Oiil thing nearer the true Value of so good a meal He smile d goodnaturedly and Put the money in his pocket I turned to Croxtonasaid to him If Stranger sllldwme to introduce vto yduLour next Governor Colonel iii arwIOBradley fA look of astonish ihent passed over the face ofqo theinouiitaineer 1 and Icbiild fee that ltJ wasbynoraeansv- lspieasing hto my little friend V v t Well drawled the storekeeper VTtn gald to seethe Radicals have such a decentlooking fellow fer a candidate From what Iliave hear oi him I expected to see a man with horns on his head t f Mister you are a clever feller lie continued turning to me an I like you but Im forold Simon Bolivar Buckner Im a Demmicrat never scratthed my ticket an landhave ter vote agin yer All right said I we wilt not quarrelabout that Then suddenly to have a littl- efunI said bowing toward Crox ton Now my good man allow me to introduce you to my friend and competitor General Buckner Such a look of disappointment I never saw pass over a mans countenance as came upon the mountaineer He seemed to be speechles He looked up and down Croton and finally being able to contain himselfno longer said Well Til be Qur edX uj dont tell me this is old Bolivar Yes sir answered this is your candidate u J IHIll be durued ifhe is rejtqrted the storekeeper savagely Mister ICm thedingeat liest Dm pcratYiW1 these mountains and as I told you I never scratched ticket but by Gdwhen my party expects me to vote for a dinged varmint its a leetle too much and if I dont give aginito hear the hawks holler Croxton by this time was almost black with rage I put my hand his shoulder shook my head at him and hurried him into the surrey in which we had come But Ias we were preparing tomove away my mountaineer friend appeared in the doorway of his store and cried t An you say that old Bolivar7 Yes I answered The tallyman drew along breath straightened himself t6 his full height and said Well Ill be dd- s JJI IVe drove off and looking ba ki I saw him standing in the doorway transfixed to the spot until we turned behind some trees when he was lost to sight II have no doubt he voted for me cif he did not discover the deception l If he did discover it I hope never to see him again CANCER CUREblly Mn W W PriCkett Smithfield 1111 writes Sept roth tgoi F1 I had been suffering several years with a cancer on my face which gave ine reat anfioyance and Un bearable itching I was using Bat lards Siio W Liniment for a sore leg and through ah accident I rttbbed- soineof the Hhinieht on the cancer and as it gave me almost instant relief I decided to continue to use the liniment on the cancer In a- shortHi Y time the cancer cametut my face healed up and there is not the- slightessear eft have implicit faiths inthe merits 9f tlllspr par s tion ghany recommended j 2S pi sbc and oo ForsalebyChas C Davis r The Georgia gubernatorial race nominadtion is equivalent to electionsbas been simplified by thee with rdrawal of Hon J Pope Brown State rail road Commissioner r Y MR AND MRS G W BROOKS Who were married at Jellico last Thursday They will make their home at Brodheadl E 4 lino 7 sGeo Acton has been Tenv sick for a few days John Gillim contemplates going to Indiana in a few days Rev James CU1inii s filled ryhis appointment at the Baptist vchurclf JiSunday s1 Little Pattisone Perkinsis with hergrandmother Mrs S A Barnes this week i Prof M E Sheldons school is about holding its own disregard ing the bad weather Mrs Josephine Hunt and family will take their leave for Clinton Ind tomorrow where they will make their futurehomesi E O Gooch a popular young man of this section has secured a position with T B PajneiG6 merchants at Albia Kentucky t Eugene Wiion of his place who graduated at the Commercial College of Kentucky University in positionitwith Curry Tunis Norwood wholesale grocers Lexington MarriedEast Thursday at the residence of the bride Mrs tlar enda Reynolds a widow of 34 to W Reynolds a widower of 57 Rev O M Wallin officiating The marriage was the cause ofan old fashioned charivari Thursday night bursted Dr Southard three rtloadingfand lost the maIn part of Louis Caldwells cow bell Mr Janies TaY1oraudtaewriter- iisitedrelativesat Bryantsville last weekand was accompanied home by JMr John Vanderpool and his son Willie who spent a few days with friends and relatives at this place Willie says he will visit pus j more frequently in the future than lie has in the past therefqre we believe there arc attractions other than relatives for him 1L e- Speaker He 1det79 has been act ing as though he would jusTas soon f fight Mr Rooseveltperhaps a little sooner as obey hipi He has received the or tJhut he has not obeyedTt i ONVJA MJfl + Mlf Jordan was ifi berea Jatj Monday Rev Dan Phelps was in town last Tuesday Henry Hambler was up from Roundstone last Tuesday We are glad to report little Mary See Dykes as much improved Henry Mobley was in Wildie this week looking after the little brown jug11 V Mrs J S Arnold is not gainng strength very fast Her mother Mrs G W Jones is still with her Mr M L Keltbns health win not permit him to ake the job of fered him by the L N Railroad Co at Paris Mr Thuedan Dykes father of Jesse Dykes returned home last Saturday after a pleasant visit to Jesse and family r rW B McGuireand wife have just returned i from Middle fork where they were visiting Mrs McGuire relatives rf roar correspondent was in Goochland latter part of last week and in ML Veriion first of this week oa important business M F Carter was over fiom- Cartersville first of the week talking oil to the Boys while some slickduckwas out examining his saddle pockets and wheit Mr Carter looked fora fine revolver it was goiie with the duck i J H Sigman says that the Oil Coinpaoy failed to strike oilon Copper creek but they fouIlda good supply of mineral rocks and left trieni with him for sale When the mineral rocks get dirty they do ustjpy are a success ARE YOU RESTLESS AT 11 f NIGHT to fo fAnd grassed bya bad cough Use Ballard brehbund Syrup ft WIn secure your soundsleep and effect a prompt andjradical cure 25Ci sP and Ji Q Chas C Davis 1 4 PRESUMPTION RUN MAD f For the Signal The trite figure of the red flag waved in the mad bulls face con veys an idea of the feelingamong j the democratic masses at the pro posed candidacy of Hens VVatter son for Governor of Kentucky Indignation however is modified somewhat by pity over the bad judgement of supposed great men Does Mr Vatterson presume to think for ta moment that the rank and file of Kentucky democrats are so weaK so pusillanimous or so easily to forget and forgive his traitorous conduct in the past Nay many a sturdy democrat to the end of life will carry a knife in his sleeve for him alone or at least for him above all others in the traitor gang Death alone will ever erase the slimy page of Jg6 from LetIhis place at the very foot of the democratic ladder and ascend round by round There is no place for him now at the top When the true and tried democrats of 96 had bared their breasts to the storm and rage of mammons hosts he was enlisted in the ranks of our bitter est enemies and denounced us as are mere gad flies quite true we not mighty not race truck not club room nor creditable aristo crats or colonels rather the man behind the plow the man with the hoe But we are many free and independent as the bird that wends his aerial way overhead afraid of neither man nor devil bending never the suple knee to plutocrat or political boss Now if ever these 217890 Bryan in significant gad flies find the opportunity to insert their nib into his cutis vera he will mighty soon take to the bushes and not even his 5I I4 Palmer unknown Kentuckians can save him from eter nal and well deserved political oblivion J S R Orlando Ky o e WEAK AND LOWSPIRITED A Correspondent Thus Describes His Experience I can strongly recommend Heroine as a medicine of remark losstof appetite sour task in the mcuth palpitation headache drowsiness t after meals with distressing mental depressions and loft spirits Heri bine must be a unique preparotidn for cases such as mine for a few doses entirely removed my complaint I wonder at people going on Buffering or spending their money on worthless things when j Herbine is procurable and so cheapt 5dc7a bottle at Chas CD i avis I IThe haale of someof Mr goose r friends in declaring that this lIifiX S J WABD IBorn to the wife of D T Ctj a girl Wm Price will leave lies for Madison county to trees Alex Mardock and famyginia are with the familj Bet tie Cress Harve Renner and Hansford were visiting nor Monday Mrs S J Kinley lef day for East Bernstadt t baby doctored Joe and Mitchell N Jim Hayes of Crab head of cattle for 6 W D Payne 0IIGreen Cress and reported LaJ married but we IS- etaken if ribc v for Larkin to give ht of it next week SAVED HER C1tiDS LIFE In three weeks our chubby lit tle boy was changed by pneumonia almost to a skeleton JJ writes Mrs h W Watkins of Pleasant City Y loA terrible cough set in that in spite of a good doctors treatment for several weeks grew worse ev ery day Ve then used Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption and our darling was soon sound and well We are sure this great wed icine saved his life Millions know its the only sure cure for Coughs Colds and all Lung diseases All druggists guarantee satisfaction 50 cents rooTrial bottles free A Miraculous FeatItseemed that nothing short of a miracle could save my little daughter from an untimely death City Marshall A H MaIcoImof CherokeeKan When two years old she was taken with stomach and bowel trouble and despite the efforts of the best physicians we could procure she grew gradually l worse and was pronounced in curable A friend advised I Dr- Rifles Nervine I IInand after g nng it a few days she began f j improve and final ly fully recovered She is now past five years of age and the very picture of hcalthu vSeld By tit DrBtrlat Dr Mils Medical Car Bkhart ktd 0 tVernon Signal FRIDAY FEB 7 1902 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT r SUBSCRIPTION ONE YJSAR 1OO i Adverthin rates made known on litlzoztJr Representative Richardson of pfenn the democratic leader start jpd the agitation which resulted in the House showing its antagonism to the idea advanced by Senator Cullom that the President and Senate can negotiate and ratify treaties which affect the countrys revenues without the consent of the House by instructing the Way- and Means committee to investigate the claim and report to the House For more than a century this claim has been periodically made by some Senator but it has never been made good The President and Senate were given authority during a stat ed time by the Dingley tariff act to negotiate reciprocity treaties and the fact that the Senate allowed chat clause to remain in the bill was a tact acknowledgement that such treaties could not he made off r fective without the authority of an i presswlins of Utah thinks some crookedness the leasing of min tans and he has tion by the Senate lirccting a commit 2 the subject and authority of the Interior to approve f the connection o yith them chairman of the oceanic canals rings now be- latcommittee ste of time stake ad vant rtunity to furnish of his claim gist the L Compan- Cannot giv hat it is trying to sellment fo 0000000 A Secretary Hay is a master hand at sending undeserved congratula dolls His latest was to the Pan American conference and the gov rnmeut of Mexico upon the suc cess of the conference He should now inform an ignorant public what that success was If the ii newspapers correctly reported the conference and there is no doubt they did the only thing the con ference succeed in was wrangling SpeaketienUersou giiVe him some verY plain talk concerning the attitude of himself and other republican leaders in the House against Cuban reciprocity- It is also said that Mr Henderson did some plain talking and that o agreement was reached Senator Morgan in a speech against the Philippine tariff bill said that imposing a tariff upon the products of the Philippines would in his opinion be unconstitutional He said I believe in the of free trade in all parts of the S whether covered by the Consti tutioii the flag or both Thsjptable ib n g about the tes timony of Gov Taft the first wit ness iitjthe PhiIIr1li investigation bythe Senate committee on the Philippines was 4iis evident inten lion tcr speak in generalities and only about matters that bad been fully reported by the newspapers Th rep b1icu members of Senate Philippine committee a trying Jf make that investigation of P banquetfthro wwg match but the democrats of the copni tocsinn g in a fey ugly Jacts Ivhenever they get the opportunity Thetrial of the Cuban postalI r 4hievei i3cjuite as slow as the pro icecdmgslfor gettinj them to trial were 4 i OLD HICKORY CHIPS I u By Our Associate Editor Seaatorfiillman has not lost the faculty of stirring up the anioials of the Senator menagerie at wilL Mr Roosevelt has put in a bid for the support of the cattlemen by announcing himself as one of them The Dowager Empress of China in tears is a new role for her Hoer specialty has been putting others in tears St Louis has indicted ofiscials as wellas a prospective worlds fair on its hands Same old cause street railway franchises It is dollars to peanuts that Mrt Roosevelt does not select a laboring man or a merchant for Secretary of the Department of Commerce and Labors Mr Shaw managed toy assume charge of the Treasury Department without causinga panic How he will manage the Treasury is yet to be ascertained ExSenator Gage doubtless wishes he had one of those 100000 sala ries which the newspapers of saffron tint are making him decline two or three times a week ei Joe Manley is solid with the Washington correspondents if not with Mr Roosevelt they are mentioning J him for Secertary of Commerce and Labor Democrats would ask nothing better than that the votes of repub lican Senators be cast for that proposed salar grab of 2500 a year for Senators and Representa lives Very surprising isnt it that Gov Taft should have nothing but overfwould doubtless testify tbat hades was a pleasant place Caesar Roosevelt has up to this time contented himself with depriv ing those upon the government pay roll of Constitutional rights but he is liable make the attempt on private citizens at any time affairsiYs t a Englishrnewspaper writers but the limit could seem to have been reached whe one of them a contributor o the London Saturday Review refers to Senator Teller as Mr Senator Tell of the U S house of elected lords Many prominent ladies who have been compelled ttr submit to insults under the present customs rules and regulations when return lug from Europe have sent a peti tion to Mr Roosevelt asking for changes and charging that the conductivr e on part of return ingtravelers or to bribery of U S officials WILDIE 0 H Fish was in Berea Tues IV G T Johnson made a flying trip- to Richmond Sunday Several of our citizens court in Richmond Monday Rev Hagau of Berear will preach here Saturday night and Sunday LivingsUber Miss Samantha Fish is visiting relatives and friends in Berea this week Judge Durham has hadonetas in court since he took the oath of office Mrs 11Tclosed bared Mrv and Mrs Ab Fish of Berea t visitJing down1fromthe guest of Mrs y HvWood Look out there is SOlngtbbea wedding soon t surprise t6 some of puf reader gild then it will her I told you so R p XASnLETTER KEMPNER TEXAS Jan 25 1902I SIGNAL Mt Vernon Ky DEAR SIR If you will be so kind as to allow me space in YEitr- paper I will give you a birds eye view of Texas Texas is so large that a person can find in it almost any kInd o country one would desire In the eastern portion of the State W e find vast forest regions such as ptne oak and c The land is adapted to fruits garden stuff cotton corn ricer ribbon cane and more gushers of oil than any coun try We will now come to the black land belt which ex- ends clear across the State being from thirty to sixty miles wide and is a vast prairie adapted to all kinds of farm products such as corn and cotton oats and wheat do well and so far as die writers experience is it excells any por tion and is the home of the farmer so to speak This now brings us near the geographical center of the State in which the writer lives This section is a broken portio- noted for its beautiful valleys and mountains the rivers are supplied with plenty of fish and the valleys being a paradise for fanners an the mountains are used only fo grazing purposes This ofcountry is adapted to farmin and stock raising We now pass to the western portion of the State which brings us to avast arid high prairie country and the State plains This until recently has only been used fo vast herds of cattle and horses an also sheep Some energetic farmers have met with reasonable suc cess of recent years Being a native of your State and raised in adjoining county to Rock castle and being familiar with a greet many names which appear in the Signal I write thinking this might be interesting to some portions of lour readers and if this does not find the way to the wastebasket will give Texas another write up in your valuable paper Wlt WHITIS Land Stock and Crop =o FOR SALOne fine black mare mule colt Jan 3r2t D L Bryant FARM FOR SALE A farm consisting of 450 acres located 6 miles West of Mt Ver non and known as the H G Sut ton farm The above named land will be divided into three tracts and eachsold separately Good improvements splendid orchard and well watered Jan 31 4t H C SUTTON JR Matt Cohen sold eighteen cattle weighing about 750 lbs to J A Bryan of Mt Sterling at4 cents Richmond Register A statistician has figured out that the worlds annual consumption of meat is 8420000 tons Of this the United States is said to supply 4 500000 tons Russia 2290000 Germany 1520000 tons France 1200000 Great Britain 760000 ArgentinadWeC Carpenter sold J M Walter a bunch of lambs at 4 cents and bought a bunch of stock ewes in Boyle caunty at 2 a head W C Terhune bought 8 long yearling mules from JS Robinson- at 7750 a head also 13 from Lee Wade of Boyle at 75 a headidel Coleman sold Charles Cecil 60 stock cattle at 4 4 cents Also to 4ePercy Crutches sold to G W Marshal of Georgetown 25 head 46oandat 337f Woodford SunITC Hayes of Lincoln bought of Joe and M M Norton 32 young cattle average 624 pounds at 3 to 3rd cts CFoxI80 GASTORIAfor wanta sad ChiUrM Th Kill YIIHaYI Always Bug- Bears thti silEuatnrg of e f EIlowIJoshua Ball sold his farm to Randal Gill for 100 Willis Johnson sold to H Smith iye jaggier calves for 75 D G Martin soldto JS Lang ford a cow and calf for 28 Wm Mason who has pneumonia is very much improved Bill Bishop is out from Scott county Va looking up a location Elder J W Riddle will preach at Buckeye the 3rd Sunday at n a m Vm and Moses McNew were called to Virginia last week to see their mother who was reported lowMiss Mary Miller is getting alo nicely with her school rcce ilk opened at Maple Grove bcliooi houseilast week to seeher son M it Hack ney who was reported very low with pneumonia Married At the residence of James Miller on the 25th day of January Miss Maggie Jones and marrednsc THIS POLICY HISs INGONTESTPLE except for norpayment of premiums This clause is pollrof dTHE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF KENTUCKY and it means just what it says No unnecessary de lay in payment of claims And this Company issues all the modern forms of good life insurance Surplus 20001501 assets 3029 47501- HOME OFFICE LOUISYILLE d JGk drSPECIAL AGENT TRUST BUILDING RICHMOND Ky Mia ELLEN E BUTNEE District Agent Mt Vernon Kentucky A good looking o 9 and poor Jook Jinrnoin Is the- t t 1lnd cf n com a lirerness Oil n ntakcslritertcrndthoin lotJe better list uukci the tt jor soft and plialtlf puts It In coo dKlon to last twica as loaj woaldAoaai IIIL fAd by Your Give Horse B- Cbance I STANDARD OIL CO I COURIER JOURNAL 2TI 1E8 1 t04 Times a Year The TWICKAWEEK COUR IERJOURNAL is the best paper published in the United Slates for Democrate and fur ALL readers Itis the equal of many Dailies and tqe superior of all other Semi Weeklies or yeekliei HENRY WATTERSON Editor The Wednesday issue is devoted to NEWS MATTERSY tile Satur issue to TH X H appiicatioillIAddrp COURIERJOURNAL CO Lou sfrttKy BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT YOU M2AN SET Tir- gS1GNAL 4 1 1E TwiceaWet4c CirHe Journa BOTH ONE FILAR 6R ONLY e1 soThis is for tilt suJscrjptioiis only Anul cnpUMis n i13er dits combination truer m tis t he set th tic r i iffi 7 Lt J 1z v ARE YOU DEAF ANY NEAR NOISES ALL CASES OF DEAFNESS OR HARD HEARINC 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cured Mr Wells Well send tt by muj POSTPAID ABSOLUTELY FREE OF CHARGE to my sntTerer who will w1 te for it even on a postal Never mind hough you are despairing however bad your case ASTHMALENE vill Terfevfe rind cute The worse your case the more glad we arm to end it Do not delay Write at onee addressing DR TAFT 1RO3 MEDICINE CO 79 East isoth St N Y City JSTSpld v all Druggists GO TO JONAS MCKENZIE MT VERNON KY 5f of 5 sAirr Everything in jiU Di rjiMB Giothing Boots and Bhoes ana Gtnerld Mcrchtrndise t = x i EST GOODS T LOWS tRACES w i 11 Mt Vernon Sign all Mt VltiRrr N Kv FEB 7 19- Q j LOOISVIUC 8 NASHVILLE n R Co TIME TABLE 24 north 1105 a 26 north 112 a m 23 south i 200 p IP 25 South 148 a- lAS m LANDRUM Agent Etitered at tile lit Vera a4 Ky Post o9ce as tt0see ncclass mall matter MASONIC Ashland Lodge No 640 meets 2nd Sat flay 10 A gyTMT VERNON r A CHAPTER 140 MEETS every FOURTH MONDAY at 2 pm CHURCHES Chnitian Ilolds services 1st d Srl Sundaj at 11 num and at 630 pm PresbyterianHolds services on the 2 aud 4th Sunday morning and evening Baptist ChurchServices on the Second Saturday night and Sunday Sunday 3ehool at 9 a in every Sunday Prayer meeting on Tuesday night- sPERSONALS i 0 Mrs rjtec Coffee is quite sick J II Coffey was here Wednes day JM Craig entered the Colle Monday 15 Deputy Collector W T Sho was here yesterday mjJamesly ill for several days Born to the wife of D S Purdy Monday night a fine girl Mr Joe Rineheart the Livings ton butcher was here yesterday Mrs Joe Purcell came up Wednesday to see her father Col R M Johnson was in from Cooks urg the first of the week ooo Judge Williams and Attorney J W Brown were in Louisville Mon day Mis Louie Langston ofHubble ou waisPurdom G C Smith went to Owingsvil- lItiondaytohetreated e or the prowerrj phine habit cult Miss Sallie McWhorter arrived oi Wednesday afternoon to Visit Mrs Dr Pennington Supervisor Charlie Stark of Liv iugston passed through here ed esterdaymPt itigmDr J H Pettns of Crab Orch ard passed through Sunday after noon to Livingston ly Mrs James 1 White and Litt lei son Hobert of Lancaster arc gy visiting relat1esherereoMr and Mrs J S Joplin left ply r yesterday for Lexington where Mr J contemplates locating He Mrs M C Miller and son L Homer left Wednesday for their home in Austin Texas J T Purcell has been seriously ill with fever for several days but imprnved to daytre LMiss Fannia Mullins went to Sunday to take a course coinins pafordafternoon ou his way to Londonth George Baker is in from Louis vine having resigned his position try conLi salesman for a Cincinnati firmT4 spent a couple of days in our town this week last Meidames W T Brooks and Chas Spillman after a visit of sever al weeks to relatives returned yc110meapMissJdaday with homefullss She reports proIgreCollector J A Craft was on Monday nights train bound for London to lopk after some import ant business mattersIMil for terday ator his home in Jellico He was a grandson of the late M J Cook of this county A young wife a two small children survive him The burial will take place this after loon afclhe sfIi Tuesdays Interior Journal contained a long article writen b Vic Owens and by way of com 02ruent it was rrallrightH LOCALS 0i CircuitfMonday Z The SIGNAL and Twice- Week CourierJournal one year 50mT C Johnson of Brodhead tv pay you 63scts for turkeys 5ctsfor hens and 6 cts for good ducks If you are in arrears for the SIGNAL dont forget to gall and the editor while m town next week igginbothamIrBank- o of Lancaster died Wednesday night from a stroke of paralysis W O Buford was tried Tuesday andacquitted on a charge ofa breach of the peace and also fond carrying concealed deadly weapons MONDAY The caseof the Corn rnonwealth against Underwood Early and others for killing Ed Jones is set for trial in the Laurel Circuit Court Monday DOCKETThe following cases 14Ithe court Common law 35 equi fellonygz77 tMARluEDMr Henry S Bowl to and Miss Jessie McNeal Pittsburg i were married at th Judgnte announcement of the wedding was made Wednesday FIRE The Hume distillery at Silver Creek was destroyed by fire Monday night loss about 50tlfully covered by insurance The here and piHc Clay went nearly to T B Lairs Of Renfro creek thinking the fire s somewhere in that locality ACQCITTEDPrcs George W Waite and Cashier Robt Hale e discharged m the Laical Cir Court yesterdaYhonachargesl receiving money at the Bank of Somerset knowing that institutio- to be insolvent A demurr was filed to the indictment and sustain by Judge Faulkner The Com then made a motion to dismiss the cases without prejudice the t31FAKEwell dressed gentleman travel he ng through the country in a bug stopped here claiming to be a of Clery Bros sup by house Philadelphia handling nothing only horseshoeSf and nails Mr never called m any four mer chants but went to see the black smiths to sell them direct Mrt1 SriHpressed with the big quality of goods he was offering for the ex low price gavfe hun au order for 560 worth of shoes By depositing 100 a 10 per cent dis unt was allowed so Mr Gentry the deposit Several weeks apassedon investigation it was foam no such a firm existed The only consolation left for Mr Gen is that he is not the only one hoodooed in the county 1homanof Biadfordsville Ky ing delivered a lecture at the College Friday night on The grown t1- 1up baby This subject although ing ofhandedTheologian and was fully by the entire audience i a large number of our titles had been present to hear h speech it would no doubt hay e so done them much good or at least would have made them think to themselves how much they acted ofinteresttheir consideration The baby as we more often express it the narrow mindedness of people in but thndeverchurch is seen more and more every day and along bisltne tarestlrer talked most forcibly I r J DEADP W Persiful died last ynight near Hansford of stom a trouble ONE CHANGE7In the redis trictingoftheStateit seems thatII there will be but one change as Rockcastle is concerned and that is the Senatorial district which Win be composed of Pulaski Rock Lagisorremains the same IllWhile in Louisville Monday saw our old friend W W Wihe who is organizing what will known as the Southern Sanitarium of Modern Therapeutics The will be four incorporators W M Craig will be one of the 1O Mr Withers will be manager Tiier will be no medicine used in their treatment There are like institutions in New York City and Philadelphia Constable Harry Jones arrested Dickenrorn one day this week on a charge of breach of the peace and took hi to Willie to be tried be fore Squire Durham who was in Mt Vernon Dikenson demanding a speed botheQ that the trial should take place over the phone they proceeded and in than ten minutes Judge Dur ham had a fine of 250 registers against the defendant The only controversy that arose was between the Attorneys and Court a which one seoold hold the re talkinge toFifty years ago there were two boys Joe and Hazdwoodfliving in Mt Vernon with their grandfather Gen Smith Fo some years thereafter they were with their aunt Mrs George S Maret of Garrard county where received a common school education They were boys of the Thomas entered the mer anti1e business and is today one the best men in Cleburn Texas though he hasnt piled up many thousands from the fact his liberality wouldnt allow it he has M handled and will handle thousands and thousands more and passover jtOjkth tbettlshor loved andre Dr for his uprightness and nesty and with a heart in him comparenn tire The other boy Joseph drifted to the same State somewhat M later and entered the legal prcfes sion in which he made a and became district Judge All for trusts placed in his hands were whishieenflthousand dollar estate was reduced one ha1 f some ten years ago by Jan hetheHazelwood and brother ever boys who played about the house for recently vacated by James I White its owned by Gen Smith their tjatownsmanHazel woods co the Deputy Collector Short of Rich day trytontbbadofficers for some time had been of the operations of a moot neighborhoodd Officer C W Bennett of Rich mond were dispatched to Rock castle to make an Investigation They reached the modest town of Withers and were form d b stls1a l into Crooked Cre k The ra at vine being onthe op ositeside of creek and the hea y rains ha swollen the strea lout fitsHthe officers at rst thoXight a abandoning the investigaupn tnywith the two officers was launch untilns a the meover feet was reached when Mr Short lost his balance and by his own weight was Housed in the sitswimmerhis comrade he gained his post in the canoe after ninth duff W cuity When they landed the hibothwere determined to di the still anddestroy it an they didThe proprietorsescape ti out restDanville Cor ilnteiior Olfrnairy t iiI g i k fit 1 QUAIL choH G Sutton was in Mt Vernon Monday Thomas Parsons will leave vat once for Ind Charley Cummins of Brodhead was here last Saturday PlaItTLynchburg was here last week buying cattle reMr E A Herrins child is not writingbe to David Gentrys near Level Green reTrader John Cummins sold to A Gentry 2 good calves for 27 James Taylor and W H Barnes have been visiting in Bryantsville David Elder Jr sold to perlheadMrs Gabe Hunt and family left this week for Ind where they will locate- M Rw D RGentry filled his red ular appointment at Bethel last Sunday- y J C Hays of Crab Orchard ught of the Norton boys a bunch cattleDeputy Sheriff R L McFerron was in this neighborhood last Fri day on business ofBryantsvil1ehas homesMr Adams has 2 good hogs that have strayed off He will give i know where they areeat Rockdcastle citizen but now of Lincoln orf last week IRev J L Davis has closed his meeting at Albia Pulaski county with 4Q additions and the establish ment of a church David Elder Sr and A S Acton were among the number from Pulaski who attended the burial of Luna Herrin last Saturday DrDE Procthor sold to John Brown a 60 ft shoat for 4 00 Thrkeeps nothing but good stock Married at Beelick on the 3 of WeslcYReYnd GaReynolds were made one Rev O Wallin officiating ysSomerset where he will spend a few days and then go to Louisville he will attend the Kentucky of Medicine which will be 2nd term DEADAt 6 p m Thursday 30 Miss Luna Herrin breathed last She had been a sufferer consumptioneseveral months and at last it had way She was in the bloom o f youth and a member of the Chris church After short services by the Rev John Elder remains were laid to rest Satur evening in Providence Ceme A very large crowd of relatives friends were present to pay last tribute of respect MILLIONS PUT To WORK v theiinew century is by an entir mous demand for the worlds best workers Dr Kings New Life Pills For Constipation Sick anyYor neys theyre unrivaled Only 25c all druggists drug store thevWays and Means committee whole year to catch up with the democratic positionthe repeal of whole bunch of war taxes and now they have the nerve to claim bill for repeal as aprty easures CURED CONSUMPTION- Mrs B W Evans Clearwater Kan writes My husband lay for three months the doctors he had quick consumption e procured a bottle of Ballards Horehound Syrup and it cured Ssince Editfo For coughs and colds it hasno equal 259 5oc and oo bottle at CliasC DavisT C u = Sc ADAMSI flfloUK KYJ 1- L U r FOR BARGAINS HOUK ADAJ1S 1Fi HA V E Everything usuallyr handled by all firstclass general merchants any human body can be satisfied a lces and quality H o u K AD iA M S HEADQUARTERS osiery Notions Ties ate gents furnishings liting cloth Oilcloth nlv too cheap nderwear not to be nderestimated nobby and stylish inds of goods we cant be under sold 11 goods guaranteed and 11 prices reasonable o not miss aily theseIIl people vail houldIens suits to an or boy suitIo come elect andI iL HOUK ADAMSL- IVINGSTON KY in LAM PSV m I and will be sold at almost costGROCERIES Hardware and Queens ware Saddles Bridles Harness collars and hames We are constantly receiv ing new arrivals of goods And 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is missing as suddenly as if the earth hag opened and swallGwedhim Messrs Brank4 and Tom Morris Middle Fpr were the guests o WUGs IVlcGujre last Saturday MaW B McGuire and wife passed it nHgh i tics Sunday on their return home from Middle Fork t 1fMr W N F1511r gets b I- Steg4Iatsmokes cigars while he is holding the keys of J H Clarks stock of go- odsiotitTi DOG f Kick a dog and he bites you He bites You and you kick him The more Youcjck the more t he bites and the more he bites i the ou kick Each Yfmakes the other worse l Pi thin SodY- bloodThin makes thin blood makes a thin body Each makes the other worse7 If themis going to be a change the helpmust conic from outside Scotts Emulsion is the right help IL breaks up such a theHstomach right 0then it en rile the blood Thatt Jtstrengthens the bodyand it begins to grow new flesh A strong body makes rich bicOdand rich blood makes a strong body Eachmakes the othlbettel This iisSheway Scotts Emulsion puts the thin bony on its feet Now it can get along by itself No need of medicine This picture represents the Trade Mark of Scotts Emulsion and is on the wrapper of every bottle r Send for free sample SCOTT S BOWNE 409 Pearl St New York Soc and all druggists WOMM R t EFj A really healthy woman has lit tIe pain or discomfortat the menstrual periodneeds to have any Wine of Cardui will quickly relieve those smarting menstrual pains and the dragging head back and side aches caused by falling of the womb and irregular menses WlNEOF CARVJhas brought permanent relief to 1000000 women who suffered every month It makes the menstrual organs strong and healthy It is the provision made by Na ture to give women relief from the terrible aches and pains which blight so many homes 1900ZlmvebeenI wa a eovero pain is m untIlIrelievedIfeelawonderfulMrs M A Your lrAavt toms TheladienArlvlsorgikpartmcntrpa Ten f v LEVEl GREEN irouudHah day was a variable one indeed iadV snow and suu shme According to predictions IrtT the qld weather prophets we may look for six weeks more of Lwintrr but really I cant tell only by experience why the 2nd day ot February has or should have so much influence over the weather and the animal kingdom I wont tell you either but that the G H comes forth on that day has been fully proven byH H McKinney who kept a pet hog one year He certainly takes his long nap and wake at the appointed time As to the proper dayFebruary- 2nd or i4th there seems to be quite adersity of opinion when weftake in consideration the differ ence of dates of the sate day such as Xmas the 12th of March birth cf Washington c in what is termed Old Style and New Style ofreading dates By examining that you will find that what is now the 2nd of February was under O S the i4th and what is now Dec 25th was then Jan 5th and this accounts for so many of our Grand parents claiming that Christmas day had been set back 12 days when in fact we keep the same day of the year now as they did thenV but on a different dateAll our dates were then changed so as to make 12 days difference in them when our calendar was last cor rectedSt and H t4daybirds prove this j Wade Brown is in the mountain buying sheep and cattle Joe Nor 30ILynn sold to W G Niceley three rEc Samuel Brown the young attor ney and teacher at this place and also the young gentleman who re cently took to himself a wife received his first call in a case lasty Monday He was called in to de fend Shelton Painter cfharged with h using insulting and abusive language The case will be heard in Squire Kinleys court next Satur day We learn that our old old pupil John W Wesley Kirby is attend bug school at Blue Springs this winter where he expects to grad uate with hIgh Manors about the rising of grass ITbe Howard trial and jurys ver dict have been the ofcon ganjThatGoebel lio one doubts and that the asiyet we men wanted him acquitted Why simply because he shot Wm Goe bel but we think assassination is murder whether it be Pres Mc Kinley who is shot or some poor peasant and that the law in oneIcase should be as speedily and ly enforced as in the othera man is only a man BUCK VARNON A LEGACY OF THE Is often a rundown systemI Weakness nervousness lack of ap petite energy and ambition with disordered liver and kidneys often follow an attack of this wretched disease The greatest needthen is Electric Bitters the spendid tonic blood purifier andregulatoi of Stom ache Liver and Kidneys Thou sands have proved that they won derfully strengthen the nerves build up the System arid restore to health and good spirits after an attack of Grip Tf Suffering try them Only 5oc Perfect satisfaction guaranteed by all druggists The biggest things of the season ate the Schley ovations but Mr Roosevelt doesnt appear to have heard of them i BUCKLENS IKNICA SALVEK The best and most com pound in the world to conquer aches t and kill pains Cures Cuts heals tuflamroration masters Piles Milions of Boxes soli yearly Works wonders I ta1Honsall dug gists dni stptef v aasnLLlljrdJ d f 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