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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t1 L i I a c iouut crciS7tuU i 1 VOLUME xv MTVERNOW ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 211902 KTJMBEK 22 4r TELL MY FRIENDS TO BE BRAVE fIR U FEARLESS AND LOYAL TO THE GREAT COMMON PEOPLE 1 T = 4 LKbA large Ml arid win eTStockofall kinds of goods still on hand and they MUST be closed aut3 v within the next 30 DAYS regardless of cost tWe MUST make room for our IG SPRING STOCK and thi ip the Quickest way f doingiitn v l h4e Record Brea king Bargains cannot last very longWe woulel therefore advise you to Come Quick The Most Successful The Most Reliable The MstPopular Store in Rockcastle LEVEL O REENIi MR EDITOR It snowed again last night and the weather has been rather on the cool order to dayin the Hollow Elder Davis closed his meeting at Poplar Grove schoolhouse last night with several additions from the Baptists and one from the Methodists He spent Monday last with inland I find him to be a fine conversationalist as well as- a good preacher He told me that since he was converted in 189 I that he had immersed about 600 con vertsHe is certainly a preacher of great power and especially so if veMcousiderhis literary qualifica tions but then J suchas he is are A chosen to put the devil to flight t and always have been and he fights times him anywhere and st all M Fi iig11t1 HiSTiiiecel Miss Joan Craig to Level Green Monday where she entered Sam Browns school She thinks of teaching at Red Hill this season having taught Proctor- sschool st year Uncle Bill and Rev David R Gentry assisted by Logan Hasty have been holding court at Mt Vernon for the past ten days Squire Win Kiuley of Valnut Grove district has been kept busily engaged in his court for some time Mr Maretburg you may drop the Pike question for it is dead in Rockcastle You might as well sing Samins to a dead loss as to talk Pike to our people for Ephraill iz jined to his Idol Now fellow citizens as we cant get Pikes in this county let us quit talking impossibilities go to work right and improve our county roads as much as our limited time and means will permit Let us see which overseer in the county can and will put up the best job Besides the help we will get from the county we will get twenty days free rock hauliiig on our sec tion Nov boys Im an overseer and Ill work have it done of course mighty hard to put myj section in better condkiou than the other boys holding similar po sitioifs I Have heard of people becoming home sick but I am sick of home Herepve been in the house for two long long months no one to pity comfort or console well well never mind when the weather gets warn and black snakes and z winterquarters when the wood pecker and jay Hrd return and the young lamb it herd on the hill side t hope to have finished up with the doctors leave Betsy and the Slick fiomestid for a short time and in e i in a fishin party or duck hunt otr iI Rockcastle River Prof Teagtie gave us 1ax cheecall= N1 elevating and resusitating No Letherhead Squire Bran nyman Esq has never paid those chickens and if he dont come fori ward inside ov the next tu years i steal sorter begin to think that he tear forgotten his promise The Squire has sum fine focks dogs sufe imported geece and turkeys tooM W DeBord has been confined to his room for some days but he is not seriously ickIVery truly respectfully c j BUCK VARNON BEE LICK 0IGeo Acton is very low with J Miss Eva Bro pasfu tI S rBarnes this week Elmer Payne returned last week from a business trip to the SouthJ E0 Gooch lefty Suuday for rjcrrcrTrni7 where he will enter schoolRev James Cummins filled hisc appointment at the Baptist church Sunday evening John Vanderpool and Mr thaw on of Bryantsville were here Monday on business- J L Cummins returned from the West Saturday where he has been for the past six weeks Married Thursday at the resi deuce of Rev Martin Owens 11ReQUAIL o P O Griffin was visiting in Mt Vernoh last week W H Brown of Preachersville was hero the first of the week G B Sutton sold a farm to Ci aud Alfred Owens for 300 con taining r2oacres- DEAD Squire Bill Owens aged 75 died last Friday the re mains were laid to rest Saturday evening after funeral conducted by Rev Martin Owens WEAK AND LOWSPIRITED A Correspondent Thus Describes His Experience I can strongly recommend Heroine as a medicine of remark able efficacy for indigestion Joss of appetite sour tast in the mouth palpitation headache drowsiness after meals with distressing mental depressions and low spirits Her bine must be a unique PrParotio for cases such as mine fora doses entirely removed my com plaint I wonder at people going themFmoney on worthless things when Herbine is procurable andso c1aptt50c a bottle at hasC DSvisv There was an affecting scene i the Legislative hallat Jackson Miss Saturday when Mrs Jeff son Davis tried to speak in reply tot etilogy of her dead husband Sh bemgunablrto speak t 4 u G BakerSame GooOs For Leis toy More Bonds For game money EI CONWAY 0 I11r5 J S Arnold continues to improve j C M See will move to Berea iii the earlyspring 1 Frank Anderson was here first of the week on business I l Rev A P Smith filled his regu far appointment Sunday George Owens and C M See spent Tuesday in Berea on business Mrs Harry Blazer has returned from a pleasant visit to relatives in OhioMiss Eliza Jones is with Mrs S Arnold at Scaffold Cane this week t Jir Fl R Ev ivfogeur enterprising fmerchant w sin Mt Vernon Monday f tMMrrPrS Galahan was in Knox county latter part of last week on business It W C Vires was down from Scaffold Cane first of the week ont business Frank Blazer and family spents Sunday with the family of M Grinstead W H Jones sold a nice bunch of calves to Ed Sexton last Satur = day for fro per head Mr Cale Guinn of Madison county spent a few days with his uncle Mr J C Guinn IOn account of poor health H and Co have decided to sell their splendid sawmill Mrs Laura Jones one of Rock castles best teachers is getting along nicely with her school Mrs Samira Powell daughter of the late Rev L P Johnson re turnedto Oklahoma last Monday Mrs G W Jones has return home from Mrs JS Arnold where she has been for sometime with her daughter Perry Gadd Bert Stigall an Girt Coffey started to Illinois last Thursday They will land whe- their money gives ou- tYourcorrespondentsoidone of the finest thoroughbred Shorthorn bulls to W H Jones lastwee that was ever sold iii this county HIVernonEli who has a ittee osition a clerk in Texas YoungMr Sullen is a mighty nice b and we wish him much success i returnend home from vhas been for six weeks with he familyjripresent fARE Y0URESTLESS AT NIGHTr doughnUse Mallards Horehound Syrup it will secure YoIisound sleep ami effect a prompt and radical cures ChaelC Davis V 3d i Land Stock and Crop 0Citron and Wood sold to Sam Main 19 2 j earolds and 2 heifers at rFAR i FOR SALE o A farni consisting of 450 acres aTest ofMLVer non and knowja as the H G Sutton farm The above named land will be divided into three tracts and each sold separately Good i improvements splendid orchard and well watered Sale will take place here on the 4th Monday and a credit of six months with approve security will be given Jan 314t H C SUTTON JR ffm ri twtim o tin w f some cows rareigoodbsummeii and some good winter milkers but tak ing the whole year through and with both kinds kept under favorable conditions it has been found at the vinter milkers as a rule about 1000 pounds more milk u spring or summer millers As the value of the winter milk is greater than that of the- ummer the extra iooo pounds so produced should add at least 12 to I the credit for the year of the good winter producer- A great dairyman one who has made big money in the business and who owns fully a thousand cbwsvgives it as his opinion that cows closely confined and fed on swill and hay exclusively will within a year and in nine out off 1 every ten individuals develop tuberculosis He goes on to say that he tried swill for eighteen months and with his stables kept clean and well ventilated and with the results as indicated That was enough swill for himat hedstopped feeding it afterwhich the number of cows that had to be dis posed of because theyhad consump notdto Hartynnear Millersburg a large crowd was present Auctioneer Forsythj reports Workhorses sold from I 4ok2yearold steers 45 14lsheep 50so Scents each corn 2 65to3 So per barrel in crib timothy hay 12 10 tOI2 60 per ton fodder 25 cents per stack farm implements sold welLParis Kentuckian RidgeIjSOld cts per shock Auctioneer M F Kenny reports a good crovvd at Mrs Anna Marshs sale last Saturday Cows sold from 20 to 25 sheep 3 to x1 50 hogs 5 Jhto 6 cts cord in crib 3 40 per barrel timothy hay SIa 75 per tpn in baleclover hay b Ilper t0111n kale straS4 25 per ton vin bale Ibarm implements brought goiid bricesParis Democrat f i t iwi Ir Dry Goods Notions Shoes Clothing Hats Groceries Sec F mte Cheaper than ever Before 3First Come First Served 4 DISPUTANTA IlastBorn to the wiie of Caleb Gadd a daughter Squire J M Reynolds 1ItVernon Monday Mr aud Mrs Tom Gadd has I moved to Illinois j Caleb G win of Wallaceton vis ted W H Stephens recently Mrs Martha Anglin who has been sick is slowly improving Rev J W Lambert visited friends on Clear creek last Sunday Mr WH Stephens of Scaffold Cane was on Clear creek Saturday w couxcozrespoudezitti spetitlastf- Thursdayw ithiMrs lizaa tIullius Mr James E Hammond went to Berea Sunday to seehis best girl W A Hamn10ndwent to Jes sarniue county on business last week Miss Parrie Lee Abney who has been sick is able to attend school againMr John A Anglin and son William visited fiieiids cm Brush creek last week Mr and Mrs Ebb Gadd of Scaftold Cane are visiting Mr and Mrs Reubin Abney this week We are glad to announce that Mr Sherman Swinford who hs been sick is able to be out again Angie the little daughter of 11rj and Mrs 04I Payne who has been sick is better at this writing DIEDOn Monday February dausghtoer of Squire James M Reynolds was called from earth to heaven For several mouths she had been wasting away with that dreaded disease consumption She was in the bloom of youth being only 18 years of age when she was cut down by the grim reaper She leaves a father two sisters and many friends to mourn and miss her It is a joy to her loved ores who remain to know that she was ready for the great change The burial was on Wednesday the 5th in Scaffold Cane Cemetery A large number of friends attended 9S evidence of their respect and sympathy A LEGACY OF THE GRIPI Is often a rundown system Weakness nervoltsnesslack of ap Petite energy and ambition with disordered liver and kidneys often follow an attack of this wretcher disease The greatest need then s Electric Bitters the speudid tonic blood purifier and regulator of Stom ache Liver and Kidneys Thou sands have proved that they wonderfully strengthen the nerves buildup the system and restore to health gird good spirits after an attack o- Grip f If Suffering try them Only 5ocPerfect satisfaction guar anteed Ztfd 5 t5 i f r NEWS ITEMS o Young Theodore I steady improvement co Dr E P Hagyar the oldest veterinarian died at Lexington Sat Lee Turner has sold House site and will enj livery business in Laf Burkhamps bill standard for admissi Kentucky towns pa Eddie Armineo y was indicted at 7 murder of a pi man aged twel4 Almost on tt se the sixteen team Uhe last day fth talking match at New- Bob Fitzsin i Jim Jeffries signed article y to fight for the chantPonsh w the world be J tween May 10 and May 20 Prince Henry denied before said iug for America Saturday that he ryT had written a letter to Admiral Dewey apologizing for Admiral Von Diedrichs actions at Manila r a CURED CONSUMPTION Mrs B W Evans Clearwater Kan writes My husband lap sick for three months the doctors c statedhe had quick onsumption We procured a bottle of Ballards Horehbund Syrup and it cured him Tfiat was six years ago and since then we always kept a bottle the house We cannot do without it For coughs aud colds it has no equalac 50C and 100 bottle at Chas C DavisIi 4 ii A ood Hearted i Manor in other words men with good sound hearts are not very f numerous The increasing Ir number of sudden deaths from I heart disease r daily chron icled by the press is proof of the alarm preva of this Ilce 71US foretell one I just when a fatalcollapse J A Kreamer will occur the danger of neg lecting treatment Js certainly a very risky matter If you are short of breath have pain in left side smothering spells pal pitation unable to lie on side especially the left you should begin taking I DrMiles Heat Cure 1 IIJAIreamercfArkansasCittiIanssat possible for me to lie down and I could er sleep nor rest My decline was rapid inu i rcalixed I mast et help soon I was adv4i to try Dr Miles candidlybelieve Dr Miles FveEnedlcs are said by all druggists on guarantee Dr Miles Medical CiQy Elkhart fuel L r J 1f i MtVernon Signal FRIDAY FiJn 21 1902 Published every Friday by EDGAR s ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO ddverthing rates made known on application OLD HICKORY CHIPS 0 By Our Associate Editor The Senate is about ready to O Kfi Uncle Sams purchase of the Danish Islands gold brick The latest is a savings bank trust with headquarters at Cleve laud Wonder how much stock Hanna has in it Senator Tillman says be is the best advertised man in Congress and that he neither pays nor asks fdr the advertising New Yorks toadies appear to be udder the impression that the 22nd 1st Prince Henry day rather than Washingtons birthday They are getting so English in Washington that Mr Roosevelt may offe his hand to be kissed in keoby his callers 05 dossnt draw a made the U S look like a repub port this year eral Payne has the fourthclass is time for them oosevelt band ators could add- e Senate pay th how long fcto spend the thinks that ther in nation that wo country if the op in need ofa newt Who wil in the liJT u creed ofa party By stands 4aready to barter a H Icreed in exchange for a profl pp patron re Hon W J Br An inapt expression or two did not affect the truthfulness of Coii grsfesmau Wheelers arraignment of the republican administration for its truculency to Great Britian- It seems to be pretty well wider stood in Washington that the re publican bosses have decided against admitting any of the Territories to Statehood at this session of Con gress If the republicans have nothing better to base their hopes of retain ing toutrol of the House upon them Congressman Wheelers antifl un keyism speech they are in a bad way indeed Congressman Corliss of Mich didnt mince his words in describing the schemes of the wouldbe grabbers of Pacific cable privileges The only astonishing thing about this is that Mr Corliss is a repub lican Mr Roosevelt practices and ad mires the bossy method of doing things but he bucked on the gag rule used by the republican House bosses to shut out amendments to the bill for the repeal of the war laxe Teddy I is progressing He now sends for the republican Congressional leaders to come to the White House and berates them for failure to be more prompt in obeying his orders He may yet try the Rusj shin knout on them DELEGATIONS representing the Womans Suffrage Association 3P1 peared before the Committees Con pleartthat women be allowed the right of suffrage There win be hot times in the old towu when the women get to voting Attorney General Knox has rendered anN opinion that the trans fer of the employes of the Govern dent Printing office to the classified civil service was illegal which wears more pie tar republican C anJtiidatcs for Congress And Roosevelt once posed as a civil sew ipe ceformerv t i tj 1kk r c CRAB ORCHARD Mr Stark Fish of Louisville is E01FiMrs Emma Farris after a visitII to her sick father at Silver ret1rl1ed home Thursday Mrs Henry Hutchinson of Rowland who has been visiting her son Chris returnfeliome today A new barber shop in our town second door from postoffice Mr Robert Atelier of Hammock Ky is the proprietor Miss Allie Fish was called to Knoxville Tenn a few days since to see her sister Mrs Dr J M Slack who was very sick but is now reported better Mrs S EEstes entertained a few young people very pleasantly last Saturday evening in honor of her guests Misses Nannie And rson and Fannie AustintoMiss drthusa Cloyd fins called to Mt yernon a few days since by her aunt Mrs Jas Purcell to as sist in waiting on her husband who has been very sick butglad to say he is now improving Miss Alice Southern who spent a week with her brother Eugene and his young bride who was Miss Pearl Brown has returned to Crab Orchard to make her home with Mrs Patten for the present N D Wilmott Jr was in town today He said he had just had news from his uncle Wm Wilmott now of Oregonr but many years ago a Methodist preacher of Rock castle and well known by many old resident He is So years old and in perfect health Chas Singleton who left here on the roth for Muskogee Ind Ter writes his wife that he arrived safe but can not find an empty house in the town As he contemplates removing his family there he will go into the country to make further investigations R C White who has been tour ing through Texas Arkansas Ok lahoma and Indian Territory lias returned to his home and says Lincoln county is good enough for him He likes Norman Okla better than any place he saw but says business seems to be overdone and too many people there Our town has been for some time past like an old briar field which has been thrown out to the commons to grow up in weeds and filth Sunday drinking street brawls and other misdemeanors were winked at but since the new marshal J G Riddle was sworn in a change seems to have come over the town He has made several arrests seems to be just at the right place at the right time Sundays seem very quiet as we pass along our t way to Sunday school we are not confronted with men coming round the alleys smacking their lips and whisky dripping from their mustache ORLANDO 0 Mrs Frank McNew is on the sick listP W Clark will shortly move his sawmill near Wm Mc News to cut several large railroad billsIf hydrophobia was not in it maddogs are not comfortable comodities for one recently killed ten geese and six chickens in this community He later lost his life at Climax while endeavoring to placehavefrom Richmond for a few days Wm Mason who has been sick for some time is out again watching the trains go by Messrs Hoi comb Helton and Reams the one looking middleaged widowers recently announced themselves candidates for matrimony Reams seems to be in the leadThecoal mines have been running at full capacity for the past two weeks school is progressing pleasIagent at doing JHayesfor J A Wood Mr Collier of the firm of Frith IV Collier of Brod inspectingI transactionsImatrimonial outlook and many other things of an exciting nature I 2 3 1r PINE HILL 0Mrs Nancy McHargue has re turned from a pleasant visit to her daughter at Jeilico TennMr- Val Freeman and Miss Amanda Berry attended court in Mt Ver week1Irs1JonesHazel Patch visiting friends from Friday until Monday Miss J Sympson was shopping in EI Vernon Tuesday The pretty Hodgen of Corbinis the guest of her cousin Miss Eva McHargue Mr Geo Stalls worth visited our county seat this weekSeldom is such genuine regret expressed over any family leaving a place as was generally shown toward Af John Houston who recently left our community for his new home in Hazel Patch No one else would be so missed in church neighbor hood andvillagelts time that some ofthe best things of this life are passed on to Pine Hill for our C E enjoyed the rare pleasure of hearing a lecture from our talented Field Officer and State Treasurer Mr C Alfred Mead Take the advice ofyour younger and more famous sister Society and if you have not made an engagement with him for one evening secure him on his return from his lecture tour south ot us He touched with no uncertain ring upon our duties neglected privileges unheeded and with very many witty and laughable illustrations caught the attention of the younger members and held them wrapted to the last while the older ones amused car ried away all the deeper meaning POLITICS and POLITICIANS 0 The 28th Judicial district re mains the same composed of Whitley Pulaski Rockcastle Clin ton and Wayne counties The Congressional districts have been unanimously agreed upon as follows FirstNo change Second uhlenbergadded Third Muhlenberg taken out and Adair added FourthCasey added FifthNo change SixthNo change SeventhNo change EighthNo change NinthNo change TenthNo change Eleven thAdairand Casey Mio I takenoufMILLIONS PUT To YORK The wonderful activity of the new century is shown by an enormous demand for the worlds best workers Dr Kings New Life Pills For Constipation Sick Headache Biliousness or any trouble of Stomach Liver or Kid neys theyre unrivaled Only 250 at all druggists drug store A POINTER FOR INVENTORS 0 If you wish your patent business properly and promptly done send it to SWIFT CO PATENT LAWYERS opposite U S Patent Office Washington D C They have no dissatisfied clients Write them for their confidential letter a postalcard will bring it and it may be worth money to you See their advertisement elsewhere in this paperIf practice of the Detroit courts in the case of Andrews the bankbusterrequiring only 25 000 bond for theft of 200000 were to become the regular thing ofitbecountry Perhaps it is regarded by that judge as ail infant industry that needs protection SAVED HER CHILDS LIVE In three weeks our chubby little boy was changed by pneumonia almost to a skeleton IJ writes Mrs W Watkins of Pleasant C tyO- hA terrible cough set in that in spite of a good doctors treatment for several weeks grew worse every day We then used Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption and our darling was soon sound and well Ve are sure this great med icine saved his life II Millions know Coughsfdruggists guarantee satisfaction 50 cents io6Trial bottles free BUCKLENS ARNICA SALVE The best and most famous com pound in the world to conquer aches and kill pains Cures Cuts heals Burns and Bruises subdues Inflam mation masters Piles Milions of Boxes sold yearly Vorks wonders in Boils Ulcers Felons Skin Eruptions It curses or no pay 250 at all d u g i istidrligi t nrey vl i piv Adjoining Counties 0 Smallpox Shave broken out near Williamsburg Smaltpox are reported at Kings ton MadijfoC county- J T Rice who once run a drugstore here died in Berea Tuesday- of pueullloniaI which adjourned MLonday returned indictmentsWilliam was indicted in the Laurel Circuit Court for willful murder for the killing of George Baker six years ago A large number of sheep are dieing in Madison county from a disease similar to that which is causing such a heavy loss of cattle in other sections Blondness one of the first symptoms Court Judge Lawrence K Rice of Bell county has asked Gov Beck bam to offer rewards for the arrest and conviction of Lee Tur quarterhousehas done The reward for Lee Turner James Hopper and Charles IlL Drye is 400 each and for the balance of the gang 200 each Gov Beckham issued pardons before trial for Ed ward and Tolbert Garrard Daniel Woods and John Lucas under indictment in Clay county for the murder of D T Holland The pardons were strong ly urged by Judges Dishman and Tinsley and lawabiding citizens of the mountains on the ground that conviction was impossible and that trials would probably bring about more trouble between the factions CANCER CURED Mr W W Prirkett Smithfield 1111 writes Sept loth 1901 I had been suffering several years with a cancer on my face which gave me great annoyance and un bearable itching I was using Bal lards Snow Liniment for a sore leg and through an accident I rubbed some of the liniment on the cancer and as it gave me almost instant re lief I decided to continue to use the liniment on the cancer In a short time the cancer came out my face healed up and there is not the sliglatestsear rlcftThavc implicit faith in the merits of this prepara tion and it cannot be too highly recommended 250 sOC andi 00 For sale by Chas C Davis Gov Taft says the Filipinos are corrupt because they have been us ed to corruption From allac counts there are Americans over there who are giving them plenty of what they have been used to too NO- SHRINKAGE NO RISK Many men striving to leave a her itage for their children buy stocks bonds real estate mortgages etc allof whi ltare susceptable of shrinkage and positive loss while money put into a policy with the MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCECOMPANY OF KENTUCKYm- akes the future protection of the family fixed and certain Convertible into CASa without delay or sacrifice cJ Eek7 JrSPECIAT AGENT TRUST BUILDING RICHMOND Ky Miss ELLEN E BUTNERI Mt Vernon Kentucky Soft 1amessYou ness na soft us a glove end on tough who by using EUItEKA Unr I HOBO Oil You can lengthen Its life mako it last twice us long oa it ordinarily would EUREKAHarness 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t Mt Vernon Signal Mt VSRNON Kv FJJB 21 1902 a WJ LouisuiLLt NASHVILLE R R Co TIME TABLE 24 north 1105 am 26 north 112 anV 23 south 200 pin 25 South 148 a m jets LANDRUJVI Agent Enteredattbo UC Vernuu Ky Post ice us loeI codclass mail matter- MASONIC Ashland Rodqe No WO meets 2nd Satur- iUJ1lO A fSSriTB VEltNON U A CHAPTER No HO MKIiXKJ every FOURTH MONDAY at 2 p CKURCBES Christian Holds services 1st 3r Sun do at 11 am and at 530 p m Presbyterian Holds services on the 2nd and 4th Sunday morning and evening Baptist Church Services on the Second Saturday night and Sunday Sunday School at Sam every Sunday Prayer meeting ou Tuesday nights PERS 0 NALSI W ACoffey was in from Wildie Tuesday f Jones Fish was in from Wildie Wednesday Judge Williams went to Cincin nati yesterday- R L Jones is home from Lud low for a few days Emmet Hansel has been very sick for several clays W M Arnold continues in a rttlier serious condition J- spent W Baker and son John Sunday with relatIves R B Mullins left Monday for Williamsburg and other points County Attorney L W Bethur uin5 spent Monday in Cincinnati John Magee W H Jones and Lt T Stewart were here yesterday Mr5 Sue Mullins visited her sister Mrs Dick Cummins Sunday James Gentry has a position with the Wilmore Computing Scale Co Mrs J Thos Cherry of Brod head is the guestsoLHrsJt nh C C Williams and daughter Miss Rissie went to Cincinnati Tuesday Henry Catron has recovered from his severe cold sufficietly to be ont agnin Miss Iola Hansel returned Saturday from a visit to her sister at Bedford Ind J W Marler was in Brodhead Monday looking after some import ant business matters- J A Preston the Livingston grocerman was here Wednesday on important business Bert Vhitehead will leave in a few days for Topeka Kansas and other points in the west to be gone several months A W Bryant was in Tuesday and told us that he had sold his stock of goods at Goochland to M s Jones and Joel Anglin The Rev Mr Runyon and wife of Lamar Colorado have located at London he having been called as pastor of the Christion church at that place Mrs Runyon use to be Miss Annie Albright a daughter of W H Albright who left this county and went to Sheridan Lake Colo some fifteen years ago She is with relatives here this week Stark Fish was here this week selling computing scales He has some very old documents found in his grandfathers papers One was oatsfi t Page of Virginia Other papers orignaisailed from England back in 1720 who apprenticed himself to the captain of the ship to pay his pas sage after making the money in America to do so This indenture was solo to an American to whom was paid in full later on the orig nal amount ot agreement From these papers it is learned that the t dfamiY Dad its beginning ia u ffiv yearcountry ago dyw VB Hudson and family have moved to Barb uqille Cox Bros will go to Louisville next week to buy new goods The Misses Simpson of Pine Kill were in town shopping Tuesday 1TI Furnish will leave tonight for Glencoe to spend a few days with homefolks- W M Price of the Wabd sec tion was here a short while Wed nesday while en route to Richmond Eli Bullen son of J 1i Bullen boarded the train here Tuesday for Texas where has a nice position with his uncle Miss Belle Cox of Danville came yesterday afternoon to visit her sister Miss Mary D Cox the music teacher L tIe Adams who has a position with the North Jellico Coal Co spent Sunday at home and left Monday for Paint Lick to spend a few days Tom Hackley of Lincoln a nephew of James Maret is in Oregon on the Pacific cost ac companied by one of his neighbors They took four fine hounds with them from this State and are hav ing a delightful time killing deer panther and other big game They are camping and making expenses crab fishing selling their catch at fair prices LOCALS 0 The grand jury returned 32 in dictments J W Tate qualified last Friday as deputy sheriff Mrs Mollie Spoonamore died Vednesday night The four murder cases on the docket were continued A horse kicked W il Owens Saturday breaking his arm Superintendent G M Ballard has been granted license to practice law aThe SIGNAr and Twicea Week CoutierJournaTonejear for 150 Jones Fish has been appointed administrator W M Fish deceased with J J Fish as stir ty rtrmaonaog was killed Tuesday near Climax after having bitten live stock and killed ten geese six ducks and several chickens Mrs Gran Adams pulled herj little twoyearold daughters arm out of place by picking the child up with one hand I will pay cash for turkeys 63 c per pound 5c for hens and 6c for good ducks r T C JOHNSON feb 21 Brodhead Ky The 10000 damage suit of V P Freeman against Dr John M Williams for malpractice was de tided in favor of the defendant The suit against Sparks and Wil Hams was continuedi 9i About three weeks ago Robert Marler son of J W Mailer while trying to open a spVinsoack dirkI knife accidentally stmck the calf of his leg inflicting srVcry serious woundwhich has had him confin ed to his bedf st nday his older lea pistol accidentally discharge inflicting two very painful wounds in his right leg One above and one below the knee A delegatiop composed ot Judge Williams Dr Percy Benton and ye editor spent the larger portion of last week in Frankfort beseeching the Legislature not to throw Rock castle county out into the Bloody Eleventh A strong fight was being waged by Senator Farris of Garrard Rep M F North ol Lincoln and a strong delegation from Casey county to kick us out and put Casey tIand from the ap pcaral1cefevery thing at first it lookedvery much like something of that kind was going to be done but the reasons presented why we should stay in the Eighth were evidently much stronger than those given why we should be changed I and the committee so regarded as shown by their final report of last Tuesday In another column u e give the Congressional changes a t i 2 fj r- I Win Kiiilei s wife did Wed nes day afternoon BORNTo this wife 6T Hanison Pitman Wednesday inocning a nine pound r A church will be built on the site of the Notorious quarter house in Bell county A keg of pigs feet was riffled off in this place Tuesday the winner set a feast for the by standers WANTED Butcher cattle will pay the highest market price for them de livered at Livingston or Mt Ver non Also fat hogs J C RINEHART Livingston Ky DINNER James Gentry says there were 150 people ate dinner at Mr Joel Pitmans last Friday It was a wedding dinner given jii honor of his son John who was married the day before 0 to Miss Rosa Kirby daughter of Mr and Mrs Frank KirbyrARRESTED James Turner a brotherinlaw of Lee Turner was arrested near Brodhead Friday afternoon hy MarshalEgbert Wal len and Deputy sheriff J W Tate Turner had evidently been hiding in the woods all day for when found he was suffering consider ably from cold The prisoner was brought here for safe keeping un til something could be heard from the Bell county authorities who telegraphed immediately that hef was the man wanted and deputy sheriff Tate escorted him into Pin ville Saturday nighttCollege News o Mr Eugene Mullins was in Livingston Wednesday f Mr Edgar Mullins spent Sundav at his home at Mullins Station Mr Brent McClary spent Satur day and Sunday with friends at homeMiss Mattie B Sparks is a youthful but frequent visitor to the prhna JroMiss Roberta uavis has been absent from school this week on account of illness Misses Flora and Florence Pen nington have recently been enroll ed in the Music class Miss Elizabeth Sympson of Pine Hill was a most welcome visitor to the Primary Department on Tues t dayMiss Risse Williams left Tuesday for Cincinnati where she will spend two weeks having her throat treatedMiss Bessie Poynter who has been suffering from a severe attack of La grippe is now rapidly ini proyiug Mr Burdette Chestnut has had to stop school on account of his health We hope however thatC he will soon be with us again On Friday evening au enter tainment will be given by the school in the College chapel All friends of the Institution are most cordially invited to be present It is with much regret that we announce that Mr Saris who matriculated the College at the beginning of this term is quite ill and will not be able to resume workMr State Secretary of the Christian Endeavor delivered a most interesting and instructive discourse to the Tumor Endeavor Society in the College chapel yesterday afternoonCOVE I Mrs G A Proctoris vey much improved in healthIViiss Thur sie Johnson was the guest of Misses Emma and Minnie Riddle Sunday lastBrit Durham has moved over near Langfords StationFW- I Dooly of Withers was visiting M r GIvI Johnson Sunday Mr and Mrs J W Riddle were vis iting relatives near Wildie las- tweekG A Proctor was visiting near Pine Hill the first of th- eweekMrs Hiram Rader of Riley Station is visiting relatives nere11rs Ike Donljr who has been sick for some time is no bet ter 5r Jeff Williams who has Jieetjsick is able to be but again 4 t rLIVINGSTON o Mrs E S Elmore and children v are visiting relatives at Rowland Mr and Mrs Jas IS Houk and little Thebna of Mt Vernon are Roasts at t be Eight Gables dai- sweekMr and Mrs Luther Mul lins EUgene Valter and sister Miss Bessie Mullins of Mt Ver non are here visiting Mr and Mrs Rome Adams and other relatives Mrs Charley Stark and children returned Wednesday from a visit with Mr Stark father at Get- hsemaueMrs Anna Laslty who has been the guest of her son Tom for a few weeks returned to Stan fordone day last weekMrs Sue Mullius was up the road some where Sunday She says it is all a mistake tho about her netting marriedMrs Mahala Carson isI visiting relatives in Quail neigh borhoodMiss Bertina Mullins returned home Sunday after a pleas ant visit at Stanford and Brod headMiss Cora Adams entertained the young set with music Wednesday evening Mr and Mrs Warren Stark are visiting relatives at Lebanon Junc tionMiss Lena Griffin has been on the sick list for a few daysMiss Mattie Croucher of Disputauta is at the Mullius HotelDr Lapsley is conducting a series of meetings at the Presbyterian church Jacob Sambrook was in Mt Vernon Mon dayGeo Dyehouse was in Stanford Wednesday on businessCon tractor Bradford was here from Parks ville Tuesday distributing thecdough to the boys employed on Crooked BridgeG W Per key the hotel man was in Rich mond Monday Egbert Hayes left for Elmwood Ohio this week where he has a position on rail road workHon Sam Ward Is with his brother Will Wardat LancasterAfter five months visit with relatives in and near West Plains Mo uncle Ashley and aunt Ann Owens have returned to their home looking hale and hearty A crowd of a hundred or more of and friends were at deptto me ffheni Tuesday You could tell from the smile on their faces they were pleased to be once more in their native State and county They bothagree there is no place like their Old Kentucky Home This is a re markable couple they have been married over 50 years and are both nearing four score and ten They are the parents of twelve children have fifty or more grandchildren and seventyfive or one hundred greatgrandchildren Everybody was glad to welcome them home J W C Mullins has accepted a position as traveling salesman for the firm of Glazebrook Ruther ford Thomas Co of Louisville His territory will be from Corbin- to Jellico and Norton He started for his new home at Middles borough Wednesday Heres hop ing him success in his new under takingHurt Dexter Ballou sou Elder Joseph Ballon of Stan ford employed on the Q S C R R is at the hospital here badly bruised but not seriously hurt from a fall from a car Wednesday last The train was passing througha cut and halloo was standing on a flat car when some thing believed to be a missle thrown by some one from the embankment struck him in the head and knocked him from the car Somerset Journal Ballou isa- brotherinlaw of Joe Rinehart and was formerly a resident of Livings ton Mod Mullins of IvI ull illS Station was here TuesdayMiss Bertina Mullins opened her school Monday with a full attendance Nelson Griffin of Maetburg is here visit ing his sou W D Griffin anji daughter Mrs John A Mullins Alf and Geo Owens of Maret burg werein town Wednesday John Howell has been transferred from nere to Corbin and will run from there to JellicoJoe Gabriel is sight seeing in Cincinnati this weekGeo Griffin is transferred from here to Jellico and will move his family thereat onceAlf Ow ens who has been running a saw = mill in Bell county has sold out and will remain at home for a wbilerJ A Preston and J W Baker were in Mt Vernon Wednes dayE A Herrin of Quail was here with friends this weekMiss Bessie Maddux fs visiting her mother Mrs Will HcColIum at Scaffold Cane this countyCarl Moore made a short trip to Stan frod Tuesday Bowman Cock rell have bought the residence and land owned by Henry Burton Mr Hurt 011 will move to t5neville i FHEADQUARTERS r rfc i H AV E by all t- any can be in and 5L r DPJ rC Ties ats cloth r nly too not to be and sty fish inds of we cant be under sold o not miss these ally Il vail of ens suits to an or boy o come and elect and get HOUl ADAMS LIVINGSTON Ky HOD 1C ADAJ1S Every thing usually handled firstclas general merchants human body satisfied prices quality H 10 K AD A s osiery Notions gents uting Oilcloth cheap nrlerwear nebby goods mildbprices reasonable people should themselves M furnishings ereatimated opportunities suitII bargains i LA M PS in all the sttfics I cost and will be sold at almost Hardware and Queenaware Saddles Bridles HnrnessI colars and names We are constantly reed y ing new arrival of goods And will supply you very promptly call and learx prices COAL CORN andF Hay Agents for Best Brand Fertilizers also all kinds farm tools I Goods delivered in any part Iof town promptly To What Do You Want to Buy Anything YOU should need in our line are well worth your notice t and should arrest your attention ifyou are looking for Bvg gains Bring us your country produce and get the higl market price Phone 253 rings HOUK ADAMS Big brick Main sireJ feiUV CHAS C DAVI SUCCESSOR TO THEO WESLEY v The Place to Obtain Fresh Dr ALSO Patent Medicines of allfteisfijUBEppyj Stationery Toilet s- vv iifl CIGARS AND TOBACCO s Paints and Oils PRESCR PTJONS carefully Compounded at air hours dayor THE BANK OF MT VERNONr JvlT VeRNON KY + r 4w OPENED I900YitCAPITAL STOCK 15000f C C WILLIAMS PRES JAS T ADAMS ViCEPRES W L RICHARDS CASHIER A B FURNISH ASST CASHt DIRECTORS Jonas McKenzie Geo Livesay A T Fish Fiitz Krueger Rod Perry Vincent Bo eing J E Houk We solicit accounts of firms and individuals Careful atten t tion is given collections entrusted to us = Our friends and patrons are invited to call when in townti DANNIE OWENS UNDERTAKER Caskets Coffins Robes EtC s Kept in Stock Orders by Mail Telegraph or Telephone Promptly filled BRODKBAD KENTUC WILLIS GRIFFIN t Practical UndertUer and FUNERAL DIRECTOR jMt Vernon Ky tt Stock Complete GROCERIES IIiurnishEmbalming done on short notice Come and see me anything I haveitotof can get for youConrfirst trainthat leave the cicy v t r aeDEl S bM wite jimi Filled 0 y7 v j Miller House W J RIDER PROPR a Headquarters for Commercial Men 6Porter at all trainsa The Veranda Hotel JOSEPH COFFEY PROPR Stanford Ky j Specially equipped for traveling men Sample room on first floor Bath rooms free to guests RATES 200 per day Hotel Frith R L COLLIER Propr r Located at the Depot ggo0 1I BRODHEAD KY GOOD LIVERY ATTACHED MeAt all Trains Day and Night Traveling Men and Railroad men Solicited Vill furnish Lunches for all trains rFrancisco Tyree MONUMENTAL WORKSi Brodhead KV and Marble Monuments iiid Tombstones RK FIRSTCLASS ACTION GIVEN r r r i J Traiii co ADO c PACIF OASTIn cflfect Suuday May iQlli The necv teal u w111 leave Sc Louis 9ooja m daily the evening trai to same Ipoints ipio pm daily Through sleeping car service be tween St Louis San Francisco nnd Northwestern points Only line that does a twice daily Excursion tickets no tron sale For further information address R T G Matthews T P q Louisville Ky H C TOWNSEND Oenl Pas s r and Tkt Agt St Lo- uisInsurance of all I kinds ITHE Call at the Signal office Mf Vernon I OULSVILLLEENOERSON ST LOUIS RY rIF Ii CTt 0 1 0 S ydnSY ll a SYlV DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS nrrw ux ouisyilleandSt Louis DyPollen TraIns Night Trains rorratesailllfurtherinfonnatlonnddressl LODUJILLt1 Vy a asY= a My jJJL 3 i rthatItchasedtbackngainW D Quinn Marseilles certaintAyers the hair grow This is because it is a hair Food f It feeds the hair and the hair grows thats all there is to it It stops falling of the hair too and al ways restores color to gray hair 100 a bottle All druggists If your drngpist cannot supply you send ue and we will express you a bottle Be sure and vivo the name of your nearest Address- J C AYER CO Lowell 3Iassth j aplI We promptly TESiijTSI or tTIREphoto and ive send an IMMEDIATE1 FREE report on e give e legal service and advice and our charges are moderate us jcPatesttOpp US Patent Gfnce Washington DC l COURT CALENDAR spdayQUARTERLYCOURTFilst Mon day in January April July an October fdaySeptemberMT VERNON POLICE COURT Third Monday in each month KOT M NIt VerJI0Jl Tent Nos 211 MT VERNON KY- stranda i hETSeverY 3rd hr o 1 day in each month 730 i p- TAS m E HOUK COM J J PING Rc KEE- PHOUSERILEY PropnLONDON KY HEADQUARTERS for Com mercial men Good Sample Room and convenient to Depot Rates 2 00 per day M L MYERS j Dentist s MT VERNON f KY t FIRSTCLASS Wo OFFICEIn the Krueger new brick PHONE N 035 P A PennIngton D D S M D DENTST- N W Cor Third and Chestnut Sts LOUISVILLE KY Will be at Miller Houst Mt ernon during all Circuit RG Williams ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KY OFFICE Room 3 up stairs over The Bank of Mt Vernon j CC Williams ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON X- YIOEFICE On 2nd floor of TheBank of Mt Vernon on Church street Special attention given to collections Furniture and- Utidertaki A fillyand complete stock All orders filled promptly Motto l13e tgodsand10westpdces J 1Mu11ins Vic arirj f SuceeasorB toBlankvnihip MuUinig S KzivrQa m ii 3 2 STORIES ABOUT KENT ifeK IANS AS GIVEN BY Lk GOV BRADLEY ju 0 From Simdaja Enqulrrl EVERYBODY in Kentucky knows genial William iBilH Yost Some years ago he distinguished himself as Judge of the Superior1 Court at Frankfort and both before and since won an enviable name as a layer While at Frankfort he visitedthe poor chiidrenat the FeebleMinded Institute In 1896 the Judge canvassed soupid money g places he appeared at Princeton and made a very telling and able speech At the conclusion of his stona young man came up to him aiid said How are you Judge The Judge kindly acknowledged e salutation when the man said Jedge I dont blieveyou know Mme JJ J udgeYosr admitted that he did not UVhy Jedge dont you remem FeebJeIlought I had larnt enough to make a livin and turned me out and now Im vorkin d oven here to town The Judge immediately recognized him and expressed himself as being delighted to see hm when the young man exclaimed Vell Jedge that was a fine eech you made You and me all the rest of us feebleminded hairdt weThe Judge drew a paper dollar thYe anPd s If you tell anybody about this Ill spoil your dirty mug o John Canter is now livin but have not seen kiln for quite a while He is an amusing character and possessedof considerable mother wit He was once indicted in the Garrard Circuit Court on the charge fAcarriurcbnceae a ai y weapons Colonel George W Dun lap anJ myself defended hi When the case was called two of the Commonwealths witnesses failed to answer and only one appeared Evidently Canter did not know what this witness would state so that when the Commonwealth answered ready heve rof promptly assured his counsel that he was ready and the trial pro ceded The Commonwealths witness swore that he saw Canter some months before that time in Ga rard county withacconcealed deadly weapon upon his perso Having assured his counsel that the witness knew nothing their su r imaginedRIi H P berseverely crossexamined and that he should be asked to tell all he knew about it Finally Colonel Dunlap asked the question when to our utter consternation the witness replied that he had drawn the pistol from his pocket and thredh ed to kill old man Boudinot w was one of the most peaceable and upright men in the county Jo1sand in no complimentary way ex pressed his opinion of him Im surprised of it Canter replied cant jrou continue the case1 He added that there was not one wore of truth in what the witness hadsaid and that lie could prove thathe was six miles away from the place at the time when he swore that he was there therefore he knew that the witness did not know anything concerning the case and had announced ready Colo nel iDunlap then tottncedin that p impresssive wayf r he was famous May it please your Honor we are taken by surprise by the state ment of the witness and therefore move for a continuance Stand up there Canter and be sworn Mr Canter a tall gangling mane arose held his right hand aloft and was sworn uNow MV Canter please tell IheCoutt wrietherdul hive been taken 9Y p rgnse b thestateiiiJnt i0i O of j r v of the witness and ifniiIsaid ColoneLDunh v j Canter stopeddO U and picked up some ll1i gfrom the floor commenced pulliha them lo pieces and seemed slow to respond The Colonel in a somewhat louder tone repeated his question and Canter responded Really Colonel Im surprised- of itand stopping down gathered some more shavings which he be gan to pluck to pieces By this time the Colonel had groivu aiigryaud he repeated the question in a very loud tone of voice Canter again hesitated and at lengthsaid Well rU tell you whats the- fact i fib rasthe last word Iever saidIm really surprised of it The h1 you are shouted the Colonelwho could not stand it guy longer Of cOurse the motion was over ruled and Canter went to jail Some time after he had completed his service the Colonel met him on the street and reminded hiss of the trial requesting hint to pay him withYtwinkle in his eye Why Colonel Im really sur prised of itsaid he and walked hastily away 0 NO LAW AGAINST IT Bill Sykes was indicted in the Bell Circuit Court for disturbing religious worship and his trialwas had before Judge Boyd The proof brought out through the Common wealths testimony showed that the preacher at the conclusion of his sermon had asked all persons to stand up who desired to go to heaven All stood up except Bin Sykes The minister then requested theta to take their seats and asked that all persons who desired to go to quickI wealths attorney having announced that he was through with his testimony the Court turned to the jurors and instructed them as followss K iGentlemen of the jury I do not know of any principle of the com PremheIlJwhentherefore find the defendant not Suilty o Two hundred bodies of victims the earthquake which destroyed the town of Saamnka Russian TransCaucasia have been recov ered Barnumjs eikeysnAilwellall liarPclots of fun That is the regular Lbcf Barnums Circus ever sinct the keepers began dosing thi monkeys with Scotts Emul sion Consumption was carry ing off two thirds of them hadhoto buy new ones One day a keeper accident any broke a bottle of s otts Emulsion near the monkey cage and the monkeys eagerly lapped it up from the floor This suggested the idea that it might do them good Since havereceiveclregular report very few deaths from itsIclion than new monkeys and thatsuits the circus men Consumption in monkeys and in man is the same disease If you have it of ire threaten f ed with it CalfQu tale the hint representsthe Emulsion had Is on th wrapper of every bottle Send for free sample SCOTT S BOWNE 409 Pearl St NewYork SQc dI 12m ggists j r i itMi ln i FriAle belabicPreparationforAs sunilaUng IheFocdandReguia iheStonmclis andBowels Frctnoles DlgeslionCheerfur ness andRestContains neither OpiumMorpliine no ijn rai NOTN C OTIC t f rperfr lcUuELPIiti- ci AlX S Jatrac Asrdsftt Sdu- 4Lufr Srd drjIJpen tE kJ Jerlxde9d 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