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Digital page images are linked to the text file. d C h i Olj t d Sts s JjftflfljI- U =1 = 7 VOLUME XV MT VERNON IIOCKCASTLIS COUNTY KY FRIDAY MARCH 14 192iN MBEII 25 TELL MY FRIENDS TO BE BRAVE AND FEARLESS AND LOYAL TO TILE GREAT COMMON PEOPLE GOOD Morning NICE MorningWe are still CUTTING and SLASHING pries almost beyond recognition We are 3 making a CLEAN SWEEPof all our winter goods 1x LI KP ALL GOOD Housekeepers we clean house a yearr are cutting prices on everything and are selling 49 rperct cheaper CH EAR JOHN pliese Record Breaking Bargains cannot last very long We would therefore advise you to Come Quick The Most Successful TheV Most Reliable The Must Popular Store in Rockcastie EXGOV BRADLEYS REMI NISCENCIES 0ICKLEBRATING SENATOR BECKS BIRTII DAY JUDAS AND PETER MIXED To BULLYRAG THEiCHOLERA From Sundays IN EnquirerI markably brilliant cian and writer who was a close friend of the late Senator Beck and whose wile held the Senator in great respect On one occasion he remained out at night until a late hour and when he reached home was found by his wife to be in an advanced stage of intoxication Naturally she was both angered and mortified and appealed to him to know what unlfortunthought that flashed uponTTiTs mind was the great esteem she enter tained for Senator Beck and that his only hope was to take advan tage of it In a maudlin sort of way he said- Weve been shelebratin Sen ator Becks birshday To his intense relief the frown fast vanished from his wifes face and she exclaimed rel- 1overlook that being the case I will it this time for really so distinguished a gentleman is en titled to be honored- A few weeks afterward my friend returned home at even a later hour than at first and if possible inaI more intoxicated condition The wife again appealed to him to know treatImentdition of mind remembering her admiration for Senator Beck but totally oblivious to the fact that he had hitherto escaped her wrath by takingadvantage of it He did not answer until she had several times asked the question when all his energy he r p1iedIWeve been ator Becks birshday The wife for a time was speech less by reason of this declaration At length gaining selfcoatrol she exclaimed Are you not ashamed to tell me that falsehood It has not been a month since you gave that same ex case for your inebrity It was now the turn of my friend to become speechless What on earth to do he did not know Fi nally a bright idea struck him He staggered closer to his wife and talked affectionately Now my dear dont be angry wis me he said We found out we shelebrated thercrron1 day arid consequently had to shelebrate gainVHis timely mid witty extrication from seemingly an inextricable difficulty so greatly amused the good wife that she laughed heartily and for the second time freely for gave her liege lord tfj lVr5ANDPElERMIXED 0- The speeches made in a murder trial iii rl Rockeaslle Circuit Cpurt resulted in exposingVtheBiblical ig norance of several prominent attor neys who practiced at that bar Mr B appeared for the prose thingsidefendant was related to him the crime of which be stood committed was so coldblooded and brutal that he in discharging of what he believed to be his Christian duty and his duty to society as well had volunteered to come before the jury and ask that his neck should be broken on the scaffold One of the lawyers for the de fense Colonel H who was dis learnIiugferring to what he had said ex claimedGentlemen a man so situated who appears voluntarily to prosecute is meaner than the defendant even though the defendant were guilty of all he charges him with He is a traitor to selfrespect a traitor to his own bloodand a traitor to the memory of his an cestors He is even meanerthan Peter who betrayed his Master for thirty pieces of silver suggestedaNo Colonel Judas iThe Colonel turned upon him and nervously jerking his glasses i from his nose with dramatic power exclaimed No No Peter sah fIji Cl30LiERAI IIn 1875 cholera prevailed insev Kentucky towns I was at Somerset during the plague when the Court was in session Judge Fox presiding The lawyers had expectorated over the floor of the old building in which Court was being held the courthouse having been burned The Judge who did not see condition well observing the of the floor asked Gentlemen what is that water doing on the floor His son William seeing his fathers mistake said to him Why father dont you know that the cellar is full of water The Judge in an excited manner being apprehensive of cholera at once ordered Drs Parker and Per kins to be summoned When they entered the room he told them that he understood the cellar was full of water and asked them to please examine and report the sanitary condition of affairs at once This they proceeded to jeturning in a few moments witha smile on tfceir faces and reporting to the Court that the cellar was as dry as- a uo1der horn t The judgeseeing that he had been sold immediately colored up and 19nfsaid uAll right young man you may think that You are very smart but my opinion is that no man but a stark natural dd fool will under taketto bullyrag thecholera Jcjc5 J 2 U G BakerSaine Ms For Less tey dare Goods For game money HIATT Mrs Cash Hiatt is on the sick listMr John N Ison passed through here Tuesday 1IrH B McClary was in Vildie Tuesday looking for a school Mr Sam Purcell is visiting sick relatives in Madison county Mr J M Cress is Here visiting his fatherinlaw Mr JaJ Smith Miss Nannie Hysingef has gone to Berea to attend school the spring termMiss Carrie Bovd one of our pretty young ladies has been ill for some days but convalescent Mr K J Smith of this place bought of Mr Patent of Crab Orchard fine saddle roar for 75 Mr Jessie Capps who has been imployed for some time in a glass factory in Louisville has returned home Mr Emet Parkerson has returned home from Berea on account ot the illness of his mother who is no better We suppose we will now have some pretty weather as Master Fred Moore reports he caught the groundhogHeariug that there are going to be several new telephone lines run through this county we people would like to have one here think it would pa- yXHHamm purchased of J G Frith his interest in a stock of goods at this place managed by A C Hialt Thegoods were invoiced Thursday Mar 6thfMr T T Simons a student of Berea College was in our vacinity some days ago looking for a school Mr Simons is a fine young man and a successful teacher Mr J W Moore who recently purchased the Rigbsy farm has re moved the old grist mill and replac ed a more ssbstantial one which will soon be in operation Mr Joe Roberts bought the farm of C C Gibbs for 380 Mr Gibbs has purchased a fart near Bee Lick where he wilt dove shortly Our citizens regietvY much to loose Mr Gibbs asThe la cleaver neighbor and a upright gentleman Mrs Jaue wife of John Adams died Tuesday March IT being sick only a few hours She leaves a loving husband and three children to mourn her 16ss towit Mrs Dr Jack Brown Mrs Walter Sargent and Miss Ret Adams We extend our sincere sympathy to the bereaved family ai LOCKJAW FROM COBWEBS Cobwebs put on a cut lately gave a woman lockjaw Millions know that the best thing to put on a cut is BucklensArnica Salve the in fallible healer 6T Wounds Ulcers Sores Skin Eruptions Burns Scalds and Piles It cures or no pay Only 25cat alb druggists tlgsloJ s ii CRAB ORCHARD o tMiss Ada McWhorter is visiting friends at Paint Lick A B Bastin is improving from a serious spell of the grip Joe Shannon isresting easy It is thought he may recover The grand jury failed to find an indictment against Mr BeasleyI Miss Sallie McWhorter is suffer ing with a painfulaffection of the eyesMiss Beulah Carson of Stanford is visiting her aunt Mrs D K Farris Geo Lee James continues very illseems to be weakeningaway very fast We are having beautiful warm weather reminds us of gardening and sprmgfevetv1 j J J Brooks who left here a few weeks since has opened a drugstore at VanceburgV Kennel Smith of Hiatt was here Saturday last and bought a saddle mare from G H Patten for 75 Jo Holman who has been at tending school at Level Green has been spending a few days with his father Dan Holman Mrs Dave Holman of Mobile Ala is not expected to live but a short time She was Miss Capitola Slaughter of this place Jno Turnbull has news from his family that they have landed in Stroud Oklahoma and are well pleasedwith the county Mr Stuart has been uneasy about his little lieJhad been kidnaped by a lady who took him off on Tuesday the 4th afterInoonIno Buchaqan who is traveling abroad was on the Island of Melita now called Malta when last heard from which is famous as being the Islaud on lauded on when he and his friendsI were shipwrecked Jim Cloyd of Greenfield Ill who was called to the bedside of his- father but didnt get here in time to see him alive has been visiting his aunt Mrs Geo H Patten He also visited his grandfather Isaac Whitehead in Rockcastle C C Carson awidower of this place went to Cartersville last wee presumably to buy a horse but in all probability tHere was some other attraction Mr Carson has been married three times butS I believe he thinks as the wise j King Solomon did that two in a house are better than one so that when one falleth the other can lift him up sCANT KEEP IT SKCRAT t The splendid work of Dr Kings New Life Pills is daily coming to light No such grand remedy forr rlknthem for Jiluvdicelapa di all ru drug stores t Ladies and Children are Especially Invited To Attend these Great Sales BRODHEAD 0 C K Lewis left last week for Oklahoma Rev Stinnett went to Pine Hill last Saturday- Uncle Abner Butner who has been a little feeble for some time is looking some better IMessrs Albert Hiatt and Brent of the Hiatt neighborhood were in town Sunday- IMrl F Francisco is the expert checker player of Brodhead but Dick Pike and Uncle Larkin Hicks can all play- I Mr Bradfoid Albright moved from Cincinnati to Brodhead this week and is now occupying the property vacated by the Rev Hen drickson Miss tee Stone whV0 9ras been visiting relatives and friends in these parts for the last ten days returned to her home in Lancaster last Monday Our old friend G T McRoberts who has been poorly for some time is out again this week He is a good man and has served in this world for 82 years J Thos Cherry is still serving as 2nd ruffiu in the Brodhead Masonic lodge and the last man he went for was C K Lewis just before he left for other parts Lewis will never forget Cherry oflpetitioners asking them for our count ys sake and for Gods sake never to allow the R bill to become a law What will the Legislature do next can anyone tell beenIsome atI home spending this week with wife and little baby They spent Tuesday night with the family of Mr Win Francisco The Rev RR Noel of Stanford the recently employed pastor of the Baptist church filled his appointment here Sunday He al peoIpies be heldevery second Sunday afternoon Little Chester Howell the bright little child of Mr and Mrs Lum Howell that we reported last week aVayiand was laid to rest in the cemetery itt the Christian church Monday inIthe ce CURES SCIATIC RHEUMA1 TISM V lIrsAE Simpson 509 Craig St Knoxville Tenn writes Jtme ingsforIthan any medicine or anything h findlpbst SouthernExtL 1 DIS PLrANTAM0 Mrs Sarah Stephen thensick list Mrs Mary V Cane has be en daysRev Dan creek is visit creek Miss ran been sick for r be out again Squire J daughters vis family SundaJ Drs Roboilwere called narl e Miller who is t Mr Sherman Sf nford visited V Hphens at Scaffold Cane 1act nd Sunday Mi omas of this place and 5 ie Moherly of Clay coup aarried last week Aft eMf illness of several months Mrs Elii King died of consump lion at her home on Davis Branch last week SO SWEET AND PLEASING- IN T STE Mrs C Peterson 625 Lake St Topeka Kan speaking of Ballards Horehound Syrup says It has never failed to give entiresatisfac tion and of all cough remedies it is my favorite and I must confess to my many friends that it will do i and has done what is claimed fo- ritto speedily cure a cough or a cold and it is so sweet and so pleasing in taste 25C 5oc andioo bottle at Chas C Davis PostmasterPalmer of So Glen Falls N Y des cribes a condition which thousr ands of me zTtdwomen flud identicalVV with theirs ReadAvhaj lie i sags ancFndte the strpilarity i o f your own case Write to him enclosing stampjdad dressedenvel U D Palmerope for reply and get a per sonal corroboration 5f what is herd given He says regarding Dr Miles Heart Cures 1 suffered agonizing pain in the left breast and my shoulders from heart trouble heart would palpitate flutter then skip beats until I could no longer lie in bed Ni ht1fter night I walked the floor for to He down would have meant sudden death condition scenied almost elcsswhenI- Vbegan taking Or Miles Heart Cure but it helped me from the firsteater I took Dr idles Nervine with the Heart Cure end the effect was aston imploresimilarsufferer Sold y all Druggists on guarantee Dr Miles MexHcaUCo Elkhartlnd r Ae T fr MtVernonSignall FRIDAY MAR 14 192o 1 1EDGAR SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known onvI application outdoniWabyoffered Santos Dumont 20060 if he can make a straightway trip ipbv miles in his balloon so we hereby offera prize of 20 cents to any man who can fly 100 yards from our ofucedopr tbc Miiiers Union of Oura- Coloranoinsists that the Cltine must gp Irom that vicinity regard les of official red tape unwound by the Chinese Minister the Secretary of State and the Gov of Colorado and our cash says they will go So W W Astorwill seek to break into the British Parliament Well if tlie English can stared him we certainly can In New York his native town he could not raelectedfriwithstanding Australia has lowered its tariff on metals and machinery but the stiffn worshippers of the fcM are still steering rty in Congress posing a seasi tariff iShinfttbn is not officially an kfice Roosevelt d dys corona TKL k responded to f angle in the- reciprocityBons is affordi ocrats considerable nnisem t and may give them an opportunity to somew lirihindrer iib antiafc it is overT le Department ce has played another card iu Roose welts game of trust bluff y hling a petition in the Federal court of Minnesota asking for the dissolution of the big railroad trust There is a great big disappoint fluent coming to him if the Emperor of Germany experts to get n stations in the West Indies in change for the general jollying given us by Prince Henry 3sibleRhadbill would Le in Mr Roosev hands in 24 hours- Somebody will be selling Se tary Shaw gold brick next He actually tried to make a personal inspection ofone of the New York docks in company with two of the local officials Republicans in Congress busy pulling each others hai the question of Cuban sugar they havent had time lately t any talking about democratic ferences dangerSpeaker that his penaltyleading for party in the Cuban tariff fight Gen Hughes told a Congressional committee that the Filipinos were like the Boers in one re spectthey kept on fighting when they ought to surrender Fred Funstou has made his debut as an after dinner talker and his friends should try to get him to confine himself to fighting if theyI wish him well The republicans of the seem to think that democratic jgressmanmaiiy of the naval free delivery earners y POLITICS gad POLITICIANS o a The Senate passed the bill ap preprinting 15000 for the state fair As a lounderup of Congress Teqdy must be written down as a great failure old idea that ouly the courts IIThe to construe acts of Congress has been upset by Pooh ball Roosevelt mutesdreadIin ancient Sigofrepublicans strikes the bois Rough rider as a whole lot harder than charging up San Juan hill The United States Supreme Court gtuttttYetcseemptionof agricultural products Graeme Stewart Illinois of the Republican National Committee has been offered the job of First Assistant Postmaster General Secretary of the Navy Long reo signed and Congressman W H Moody of Massachusetts was of fered and has accepted the portfolio Gar3Cand present representative that county will be a candi before the next State convention for Lieutenant Governor Frank Cecil of Bell county was indicted by the January grand jur at Frankfort for connection wit the Goebel murder He has dis appeared from his home in Belli county and Gov Beckham has de clined to make requisition for the return of Lee Turner of Quarter House notoriety on Cecils affidavit PASSED BY THE SENATE THIS WEEK rOThe House bill Providing that children must be convicted of some offense before they can be admitted to the State Reform School was passed with an amendment taking away any discretion the superin tendent may tiow have as to re colt ing any child sent to the school under conviction The bill authorizing the count to vote a school tax not to exceed fifteen cents on the 100 to extend the school term each year was passedThe bill authorizing Citty Coun ils in secondclass cities to adopt the firemens pension fund system passedaeiThe House bill authorizing t State Auditor to employ attorneys to collect taxes due the State fees of the attorneys not to exceed 0 per cent of the amount collected passed by a strict part vote all thtin votiug against ityeas 23 nays 12 ItsThe House bill authorizing railroad companies to build spurs and utcrth er companies passed The Klair Houae bill toPcal the law alloving women to vote in school elections in secondcl pities passed with an ameudment yeas 23 nays 12 ginsre ig rethates passeddif increasing salary of the Governors private secretary from 1200 to 1800 was defeatedyeas 12 nays 19 A motion to reconsider was tabled hisThe following nominations for Eastern Asylum Commissioners were confirmed R P Stoll JHrison till 1906 J R Kearney till 1906 John Skaiu till 1906 The House bill enabling Louisville to accept the Carnegie gift for a free PUbMn library was Passed The House hill repealing the statute which provides that the marriage of a ward terminates t guardianship was passed dtConstatute he p tS at another and ou l1iiiliimullt j t a I L llt 1 The bill repealing the charter of the town of Bethlehem in Henry county was passed The bill regulating the fees of juIdicialfor Thursday The bill to place the House of Reform under control of the State Prison Commission was defeated WILDU o Mrs Sue Butner had an old rash ion working Tuesday We are real glad to see so many nals come to this office L T Stewart went to Jellico Tuesday eve to load lumber T A Stewart come in from Central University Tuesday sickIk with pneumonia fever Geo T Johnson says he is going bustrMrs G T Johnson made a fi ing trip to Withers first of week Miss Fannie Culton has closed her select school and gone to Richmond yisitinthis week PaiSocome of Rastus he is neither dead nor gone any where daSomefarmers have begun to swop sic with mother earth SuhBerea were the guests of Oscar Hayes first of week upfromfamily of W M Wood Judge S L Durham has mo up near the North Pole so he can survey all the suroundiag county JTMissesFish have returned to Berea colt after spending a week vacation with home folksCI am very sorry that I cant write every week some weeks it is too cold to get out to see what is going on and other weeks we are under thei mud frWe dont see why the Conway and Brodhead correspondents dont their names in Uiesknow who they are Ha Mart and Bro Pike CQNV AYe0BigHill rherelatives here this week Viithedie Tuesday on business D C Pullins and daughter were Berea Monday on business Mr James Saylor is here from Clear creek visiting relatives Mr R M Johnson was h from Richmond first of the week Wc have good business men in Conway and they bob up better dayingpart attended the sale at the Matt Todd f Wednesdaytcorrespondent has been t buhist at Mrs Jesse Dykes was in mond last Friday to set Dr Rithbson with Mary Lee her sick baby theMrs Betsy Sigman is down from Hduringm passedthroughtended trip to visil relatives in this county the first of the week ReasonsT I Insist on Having OILURentiers hard leather soft Especially prepared eeps OUt A heavy waterIHARNESSn esrceuent preservative cost qf your harness heever burns is the leather itsjlJeCluestitches kept from breaking pIEocalities bystaaaara 7their q QUAIL 0 ISquire Cummiu is at home from Jellico W G Proctor was in Brodhead Wednesday Wm Yaydcn is very sick of appendicitis IJ L Davis preached at Provi vidcnce Sunday W H Brown was here from Preachersville this week Jack Sutton bought of A S Acton 4 yearlings at BIZ SofC K Lewis left Saturday for Oklahoma where he will locate We had quite a little storm m this section Wednesday evening Mr Stringer of Laurel has been visiting his brother John at this placeH G Suttoi bought of various parties 10 hogs at 4ctrland sold ito A J Thompson a horse for 50 BurtonYHarve Poynter and others passed up Saturday ou their wav to Stan- dfor court with a nice lot of cattle GOOCHLAND 0 Mr W H Shearer left here for nt Lick Sunday Rev Chasteen addressed a large congregation at Pleasant Hill Sun y last 5Rev Williams filled his appoint ment at Sycamore Saturday aud nday He says he will move to xas shortly Hurah boys we are sure to get rainupCthePhillips to a working redMost everybody seems to be trying to farm some but Thomas R Shouse seems to be making the eatest improvements has built farmgeCHILDRENS COUGHS AN COLDS Mrs Joe McGrath 327 E 1st St Hutchinson Kan writes I have given Bollards Horehound Syrup to my children for coughs and colds for the past four years and find ii the best medicine I ever used nlike many cough syrups itcon tains no opium but will soothe an heal any disease of the throat or lu ngs quicker than any other rem ed25C Sec and 100 at Chas C Davis r YOU OWfiNYTFtLNG else you owe protection to a Possible widowa debt that omeMAY FALL DUE ANY DAY you owe support to the old man that youre sure to be if you dont die too soon And the best way to provide for both of these debts is through a Policy with the grinrne MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCEa COMPANY OF KENTUCKY Its New Perfection Policy or its Three Per Cent Gold En dowment Bond Give us a callIcJ I3GkcJVSPECIAL AGENT TRUST BUILDING RICHMOND Ky Miss ELLEN E BUTNER District Agent KentuckyIA P INTER FOR INVENTORS o IIfyou wish your patent business properly and promptly done send PATENTiPatentaOffice Washington D C They no dissatisfied clients Write them for their confidential letteral card will bring it and it be worth money to you See advertisement elsewhere in this paper t ARE YOU DEAF A V HEAD1 NOISESt ALL CASES OF DEAFiyESi OR HARD HCAglNCJ ARB itOW CURABLEby our new invention Only those born deaf Are iucuiable HEAD NOISES CEASE IMMiMATilV F A VERMAN OF BALTIMORE SAYS BALTIMOKR Much 30 joet- GtnllftnfK Kciiic entirely cured of deafness thanks to your treatment I will tiorr gire 760 ull history of itv cake to beiwed at our iscretiou Abo t five c yens ago y right ear began to sing and this kept ou rtlitiji werse until r lost mv hearing in this earcntirely I underwent a treatment for catarrh for three months without anrsncce a consulted number of physicians among others the most eminent ear specialist of this citywho told me that only an operation cculd logy aud even that only temporarily that the itrad nowes Would then cease hut the Vearini in the affected ear would be I then saw your llYcrtilent accidentally in a New York and ordered Tour treat meat After I hnd used ito ha days to your directions the noises carlandtoday after five weeks ntv hearing in the diseased ear has been entirely restored I thank yen heartily and beg to remain Very truly yours F AVttRMA 730 S Broadway Baluraere Md Ortreatment doetscot interfere with your usual occupation HSSfcr YOU m CURE YOURSELF AT HOME at a iSSI- STER8AOHAt lBal JilL CLINICs 596 LA SALLE AVE CHICAQB ILL r ITJiL IIcarriagesIIIwe give the broadestenarantee Itlt Is In every wy Mtlstacto17 you can rettrU lio t Melb 10 and we will pay freight charges bta ways We can ado we two Protits equipmentsWritedescribe the bug iee surr y phaetons etc that bare made our fuiuoualortlielr high grade Don O wait until your need Is more pressing write today end have the by you for future use THE COLUMBUS CARRIAGE A CO I me riNowith leather quarto top Bngxy Ilarzuws l rieeIJJttiipaientfrora Columbus Write to newt office r to LT Oltt iPnIbowel but rcgJ r action cannot be secured until the liver wexural agitation caused by cathartics 3 compels continual 1aril increasin doses to attain the results 11 acts on the Chillsaand Fever and every form of InterYmittingfevers an y by going to hi f of the troubl S tinent ufe T5DPE B TTtc r t L fa itF o u w ss 7l 7 Jlentucli 9 s Greatest NewspaperaDaily One Year 312 Copies BY MAIL at a rate FI FIJESS IiWL1G yjYJJ ti frIThe Bi fa tot6y f OMErHING FREE A Copy n the Altnanac 1 jfand JOO e itlon li coaeof RATES BY nAIL ONLY fJ One SOaWe f je THE EVENING POST LOUISVILLE KYtea 1 r i iF ASTHMA CURE FREE RELliF1AndSENT A CHMRED FOR TEN YEAR tlERr 91Nu- iiltES factory cuilogue HARNeSS Worlds IlcYCl0Dcliia V THERE is nothing like Asthraalene It brings in even in the worst j caws It curewhen all else fails The REV C F VELLS of Villa Ridge 111 says Your trial bottle of Asthmalene received in good fotheyearsIertisementoersp0kc23yourselve I SonInE IILENHit by ELY FREE OF CHARGE i miud1tboughwill relieve and cure The worse your case the more glad we are tcgj TAFBROS d by all Druggists 3 GO TO JONAS MCKENZIE MTofor Everything in Dry Goods Clothing rB 9ts and Shots ana General l BiOt1dIld1SG BEST GOODS AT T OWFST PRICES r 7 Mt Vernon Signal Mt V RaN Kv MAR 14 1902 a JoutsviiLK A NASHVILLE R R Co TIME TABLE fy north 1105 a m 26 north 7 112 ami 23 saudh h 200 p n a 5 South w 148 a m JAS LANDItTTM Agent Iwterc1at ecJudc1ua KASOIIICI 1Ion1GJlOMT VERNON K A CHAPTEIL O J4VMEETS every FOURTH MONDAY sl pZea CHURCHES Chniiian Holds services lit k 3r Snndaj at 11 L m and nt CSO p in iVyttrianIIoldi aerrtoes OB the 2nd and 4th Sunday morning and evening Baptiat Ckureli SerricM the Second Setarday night and Sunday Gu day 3ekeolat 9 a ra every Sunday Prayer metim oa Tuesday wght- oPERSONALS J G Cummins 0 was reported very ill Tuesday Judge McClure was able to be on the streets Tuesday Mr and Mrs J It Houk spent this week in the cityjMarshal Egbert Wallen was up from Brodhead Tuesday Millard Bethurum was able to be moved to his fathers Tuesday Mrs John W Brown is visiting Mrs J Thos Cherry at Brodhead Tom Stewart is at home from Central University for a few days Mr and Mrs J J Lawrence are visiting Dr and Mrs G B Law renceJonas McKenzie went to the city Monday to buy his new spring stock W C Mullins ftnd Shannon McKinney were up from Livingston v afMawo Monday Mrs Elizabeth Whitehead was very sick Monday and Tuesday butI better today Mrs W L Richards went to j Cincinnati Sunday to take lessons in dress making Attorney C C Williams and Rev T D Mullins went to Frankfort Wednesday Miss Jannie Sparks has been out of school for several days on ac count of sickness Mrs J R Cass of Brodhead spent Tuesday with her grand parents Mr and Mrs James Houk Mr W T Merimee and family of Livingston passed through to Stanford yesterday to visit rela tives and friends Misses Emma and Minnie Riddle of Cove arc visiting their aunt Miss Fannie Laugford of Crab Orchard this week Miss Clara Flood stenographer from Louisville was here Tuesday with a view of taking a position in Bethurum and Bethurums law officeMrs Price Sexton left Monday for Bartlersville 1 7where she will join her husband who left this county some time ago to hunt a location in the west Drs M Pennin ton P Benton and E J Brown left Monday for Baltimoie and Philadelphia to be gone about thirty days and to take a special course of lectures Mrs J B Fish and children left Sunday and the Judge Tuesday night for WilHamsburg to make their home They will take charge of the Belmont Hotel pt that place May success join them is the sincere wish of the Signal L W Bethurum has rented M C Williams residence next to R iy Thompsons land will move to it Monday W J Sparks will move to the house vacated by Mr Bethu rum and in a short time XI C Williams will move to the Eouse where Mr Sparks lives and which lie recently purchased from his brother R G Williams = ro = = Mr L T Honk arrive Here yesterday morning from Ashville N C where he took his son John some six weeks ago for his health and says he is improving slowly Mr Houk is now on his way back to IndianaMr H Ireland of Danville arrived Tuesday afternoon to take Prof Ewers place in the College for the remainder of the teim Mr Ireland is one of the in structors in the Central University Preparatory arid a member of the graduating class this year The trustees of the Mt Vernon school are fortunate to be able to secure the services of sucha splendid teacher to take Prof Ewers place which on account of serious illness he has been unable to I fill for the past two months but we are glad to say is now slowly improving i LOCALS 0 E S Albright Notary Public SIGNAL offie JWrThe SIGNAL and Twicea Week Courier Journal one year for 1 50 Mrs Ella Baker is having the room used for her millinerynicely repapered DEPUTY CLERKFred Hahn has been appointed deputy county court clerk- CONTESTThere will be an old fiddlers contest at Brodhead Satur day night March 29th Mr A E Herrin isdoing some work ana cistern for Jonas Mc Kenzie and building a chimney for J Fish REFUSED Rural mail delivery was refused Madison count be cause the proposed route passes over a creek which has no bridge TELEPHONE LtNEThe East tfork Telephone Co will build a line from Mt Vernon down Scaggs Creek Work will commence right awayRItPAIRINGMr U G Baker is having repaired the dwelling re VIGentrynear future NOTICE TJie jurors who served at the last term of the Circuit Court are hereby notified that the money is now in my hands to payoff the claims W F McCLARY T T J F INSURANCE Mr Phil T Allen agent for the Massachusetts Life In surance Co went to Benge Clay Co Tuesday to pay off the policy of 1000 carried by the late R L PorterAR3tyBen Childress R David son Mat Hamm Hiram Ash and Charley Dawson are the Rockcastle boys who have enlisted in the service of the Regular army They left Wednesday for Louisville Ky pasIMonday caused by a headend collision of two freight trains near Shepherdsville One engineer and fireman were hurt but not fatally DISMISSEDJudge Morrow dismissed the contest cases in Wayne for the county offices We are glad to know that our old friend W R Cress who was elected county judge on the Democrat ticket will hold his office without further trouble BIG DEAL Though Mr John- S Vanwinkle of Danville as the representative of the Villiamsburg- and Jellico Coal Co 6200 acres of coal and timber land lying prin cipally in Whitley county was sold to a Philadelphia syndicate for 70 000Mr J W Brown has received a brief prepared by E B fr H M Chestnut two rising young attor neys of the City of Joplin Missouri in a suit of theirs pending on appeal in the Missouri Court of Appeals These young men are sons o Saml D and Celia Wilson Chest nut they were both in this county but while quite yotirig emigrated with their parents to the west We are glad to learn that they are meeting with the rich reward of success their energies and abiliti entitle them and that they are ranking well up among the leading attorneys in their section of tfie State lL = A supplement will be issued once every month The Collegiate InstitfitPivill close six weeks from to day We understand that there is some talk of Mt Vernon having a wholesale groceiy house 1 M Cress bought a combined saddle horse for 6500 A J Thompson sold 100 bbls of corn last week for 3 per barrelJ J Thompson bought a bunch of hogs at J cts Preachers ville cor Lan caster Rocdrd CHANGED The time for the meeting of the Masonic Lodge has been changed from the second Saturday until the Fourth Monday in each month at 10 oclodk a m and the R A Chapter at 2 oclock p m same day The Knoxville division of the- NL has since January 1st beIforeonly been able to handle about 75 per 6ent of he business offered MIUJNHY I have jut ret irn ed from the city with a full line of Spring and Summer hats styles and prices to suit every body Come and examine my stock before pur rha in elsewhere Come and look whether you want to buy or not MRS SAILIE WILLIAMS TISM LrEnThe firm of Frith Dunn Brodhead Tidying dissolved Fart fship M5r Frith sell ing his iuf mast to Mr R H l1nrequesls an parties ii- degted to the Brm 6 please hllI at once and settle accounts as all business of the old firm must toe settled up at once WANTED Reliable man for Manager of a Branch Office we wish to open in this vicinity Here is a good open ling for the right man Kindly give reference when writing THE A T MORRIS WHOLESALE HOUSE Cincinnati Ohio Illustrated catalogue 4cts stamps Pupis who received the highest grades at the College for the month of February COLL DEPT Lee Chestnut 98 Ernest Ewers 97 INTERVIEW ATE Jennie Davis i r 94 Eva Fish t 94 Mae Magee 94 PRIMARY Lek May Lovell 96 Robert H M i lertg6Anna May Mlller 97 it MATRIMONIAL =w PARsoN=ELfER =tilts Annie Elder and Mr If EL Parsons of Crawfordsville Iud but formerly of this county were married yesterday afternoon PARSONSBROWNAt the resi dence of Rev Martin Owens who officiated Miss Mattie Brown daughter of Mr and Mrs J G Brown and Mr G W Parsons were united in the holy bonds of matrimony last Sunday afternoon Mr Parsons will leave in about two weeks for Indiana to hunt out a location e DEATHS ExGov ohnP Altgeld died almost suddenly at Joliet 111 Wednesday morning- A Cincinnati policeman whose wife has instituted divorce proceedings burned his house the title to which is in her name Henry Schraalandt an aged citizen of Covington committed suicide by taking poison When he informed his wife that he con templated suicide she coolly replied Go ahead and kill yourself thenSAtrrrITom Smith age about 50 was killed yesterday morning in the Dick Owens cut two miles west of Mere by No 28 a local freight train which passes here at 7 oclock in the iflornffirg This cut is very deep and though it is downf itbis impossible to see anything on lthe track very far ahead Smith was nearly deaf and could not hear he train although they whistled at him several times just before he eswas struck One rejojt sips Se was coming facing the rlinThe body was picked up by the section inn nnl brow t hete arid an inquest was held LIVINGSTON 0 Dr Cooper is better Willie Preston is back home Dad Rice isimprovingslowly Egbert Fish is in town this Ne k R L McFerron was in town MondayJo was in Mt Vernon SaturdayW Fields returned home WednesdayThere a hop at S F Sams Tuesday night Joe Oliver sold his house and lot to G W Purkey- J W Davis is visiting his daught er Mrs Purkey Miss Liu Maddux is visiting rs Andes at Pitt bur- glB J Bethurum was here Wednes on legal business Billy Baker made a trip to Jackson county this week John Meadows moved to Pine Rill Wednesday Lewis and Harry Dillion made aI TuesdayIhis daughter Mfs George Griffin- J F Cooper got overheat at the dance the other iirghVaCiid is very sickWm Meetdotvs ft birilcHng zfn addition to his house opposite the depotRev Combs is conducting a pro tracted meeting at the Christian churchD McKinney W C Mullins and J C Hocker were in Pitts burg Sunday oflEhere this week Charley Redd of Crab Orchard was visiting his sister Mr Dr Cooper Monday Mrs L C Smith and Mrs Rus Dillon were visiting in Pittsburg the first of the week Ral Pike has moved to Louisville- F L Thompson was down from Mt Vernon Wednesday Miss pollie Jarrett and Luther Jarre tt of Brodhead were at the River Mansion Thursday night Miss Mattie McFerrou is visiting her sister Mrs Dr Childress while her sister Miss Georgia is with homefolks Capt Ramp is working in Capt Matlocks place for a month while the latter gentlenfkn will visit friends in Florida Mesdames Roller and Davis are in the city buying hats for their millinery store Miss Lida Cook is running the postoffice in the absence of Mrs Roller Jim Hilton of Rowland died Monday Mr Hilton was a member of the K O T M and at one time t resident of Livingston The following Sir Knights of the Tent of this place attended the burial D S McKinney Lige Elcnore John Magee George Cook Jake Sambrook Red Farley W O Burnes and wife James Barnes and wife Hugh Hagan Grant Hil ton and wife and Dr Childress r= PINE HILL 0 MrG VV Doan was in Mt Vernon Tuesday Miss Georgia McFerron 1sat home for a few days Mr J J Ping paid our little vil lage a flying call Tuesday Miss Judith Symson spent Satur day and Sunday with homefolks Miss Rosa McFerron was home from Berea a few days this week Mr R L Collier of Brodhead is again at our place loading poles Mr and Mrs Albert Wolf have come home from an extended so j urn with the formers brother in Laurel county Miss Evalyn Hall and brother Walter have returned froth a pleasant visit to relatives and friends at PittsburgA Pine Hill weathered the blast of Wedneaday evenings storm and came off unharmed except for the wear and tear of a real bad scare CASTORIAIgor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of 4 l I f i Q HOUK ADAMS 1ix VteRNON KY u ta HOUKSb ADAMS Ewe clayvgeneral merchants any human body cain be attiedin prices and quality m H iO UIK A ID fA M HEADQUARTERS Fobt1RGAIn3 HAE s osiery Notions Ties ats gents furnishings uting cloth Oil cloth illy too cheap no er wear not to be nderestimated ncbhy and stylish inds of hoods we cant be undersold 11 goods guaranteedand 11 prices reasonable o not miss these ally opportunities II people should vail themselves of ens suits to suit an or boy o come and elect and get bargains 5 1HOUKIIWNGSTON Kyi i LAM PS in hiihetrt Icy andwill be sold at almost cost GROCERIES Hardware and Queensware Saddles Bridles Harness collars and humes We are constantly lrecciiv ing new arrivals of goods And will supply you Very promptly call and tarn fflc COAl CORTM dnU Hay Ag cuts for Beit Brand Fertilizers ttlso all kinds farm tools Goods del vcr Cllin diiy P art of town poifeltty What Do You Want to Bcry1LIrtldnr yxu should need in our line are well wdrth your notice and shouldarrest your attention if you arelobking for Bar gains Bring us your country produce and get the higheit market price Phone 753 rings HOUK Big brie1 CHAS CSUCCESSOR TO THRO WESW The Place to Obtain FreshALSO Patent Medicines fall Kinds Perfumery Stationery Toiilll Articles CARS AND TOBATO Paints and Oils v QP ESCR I PTIONS carefully Compounded aft hours day or night THE BAl K OF MT VERNflN JVlTIVeRNON KtV OPENED i9oo l CAPITAL STOCK l J1SOO C C WILLIAMS PRtS JAS T ADAMSl VICKPRES W L RICHARDS CASHIER A B FURNISH ASST CASH DIRECTORSJonas McKeuzie Geo Lv say A TFisb Fiitz Krueger Rod Perry Vincent 5Boreiir jrE Houk We solicit accounts ofprinsdtidHSSiTiaiiiais Careful attda i tion is given collections ntrust to us Our MeiiSs and patrofis are invited to caHrwhen in town DAJNNIE OWENS UNDERTAKER Caskets Coffins Robes tc Kept in Stock Orders by Mail Telegraph or Telephone Promptly filled BRODHEAD KENTUCKY WiLLIS GRIFFiNPractical Undertlcer and DIRECTORMt V Suck Complete 1 FINE HEARSE Attached Can furnish Metalic Gaskets and have Embalming done on short notice Come and see me anything I have not got can get for you bfl first train that leave the cit- yORDERS by zucPromptly Filled l i Miller House W J RIDER PRor R- Headquarters for Commercial Men IEPorter at all trainsa The Veranda i Hotel JOSEPH COFFEY PROPR- Stanford Ky Specially equipped for traveling meta Sample room on first floor Bathrooms free to guests dayax Hotel Frith i yRL COLLIER Propr I odate i at the Depot tcc3 BRODHEAD KY GOOD LIVERY ATTACHED r Nightrtraveling Men and Railroad men Solicited Will furnish Lunches for all trains i i Francisco Tyree MONUMENTAL WORKS f Brodbead Ky Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones ALL YORK FIRSTCLASS ACTION GIVEN it Train TO COLORADO8 f UTAHAND PACIFI COAST In effect Sunday May ipth The new train will leave St Louis 900 a m daily the evening train 5tosame points 10 10 p m daily Through sleeping car service tween St Louis San Fraucisco an Northwestern points Only line dailyExcursion on sale r For further information address R T G Matthews T P A Louisville Ky H C TOWNSEND Gent Pisa and Tkt Agt St Louis L Insurance of all I kinds Call at tlicSiirnnl office Mt VITMOTL I LOUISVILLE HENDERSON ST LOUIS RY l r1 DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS IiETSEUNILiiis iII andaFarler Corn en Day Trains Pullman Buffet Slespsra on flight Trains hornet s and further jnrorm lon nodrcss j L JIRWIN G P IpuisyjUEvKY r 2 fit Good morning Have you done any talking since the lastrfCabinet meeting is now tIre proper salutation to those who have so little selfrespect tt to reiain in thet Roosevelt Cahfnet AithmaOneJa terrible case of asthma We tried almost everything but without relief We then Ayers Cherry Pectoral and three and onehalf bottles cured herEmma Jane Entsminger Langsville O Ayers Cherry Pectoral certainly curesmanyCaseS- asthmaof- tAnd cures bronchitis hoarseness weak lungs whooping cough croup winter coughs night coughs and hard colds Three sizes 2Sc St All druggists Consult your doctor If he lays take it then do as ho says If he tells not to take it then donetake knows Leave it with are willing J C AYER CO Lowell Mass i1D1ito write fbr our confidential letter before plying for patent it may be worth apIpromptly obtain U S and For- eignPATENTS and TRADE MARKS or return EN TIRE attorney fee Send model sketoh rJEDIATEREEthe best legal service and advice and our charges are moderate Try us SWIFT Be CO Patent lawyers Opp US Pafent Office Washington DC COURT CALENDAR COUNTY COURT Fourth Monday in each month- QUARTERLY COURT = First Monday in January April July and OctoberCIRCUITCUURTSecond Mon day in February Fourth Monday in May and Third Monday in Sep temberMT VERNON POLICE COURT Third Monday in each month c KOTVM Mt Vernon Tent 2lIMT VERNON KY MEETS every ist and 3rd Monday in each month 730 p m I AS E HOUK COM KEEPd = RILEY HOUSE F B RILEY Prop LONDON KY Comrmen and convenient to Depot Rates 2 00 per day M L MYERS Dentist MT VERNONKy FIRSTCLASS WORK OFFICEIn the Krueger new brick PHONE No 38 P A Pennington D D S M D OENTST N W Cor Third and Chestnut Sts LOUISVILLE KY Will be at Miller House Mt ernon during all Circuit Courts C C Williams ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KY JiarOFFICE On are floor of The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church streetSpecial attention given to collections MULL NS HOTEL PROPILIVINGSTON KY RATES 100 PER DAY Pleasant I ion ve con yen meetsis X ro r Patronoge of Railroad and Com t v ft i5ercial men solicited j ita r i r A PHYSICIAN WRITES I am desirous of knowing it the profession can obtain Ill bine in bulk for prescribing purposes It has been of great use tq me in treat ing cases of dyspepsia rough t on by excesses or cvetw ork Thave revel known it to fail in restoring the organs affected to their health fulactivity 50C bot tic at Chas C Davis We agree with Hannu that the Ship Subsidy bill is a good thing for the few men who will through peoplesiney IVOULD SMASH THE CLUB Ifmembers of the Hay Fever Association would use Dr Kings ConsumptioriIalways cures this malady and Asthma the kind that baffles the doctors it wholly drives from th system Thousands of oncehope ConsumptionJr lives and health to it It conquers Grip saves little ones from Croup ositIhoc 100 bottles free at all druggists GettIngis and all wrong if too thin already Fat enough for your habit i healthya little more or less is no great harm Too fat consult a doctor too thin persistently thin no matter what cause take Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil There are many causes of get ting too thin they all com under these two heads overwork and underdig stion Stopoverwork if you can but whether you can or not takeScottsEmulsioniofCodLiver withyour work You cant live on ittruebut by it you can Theres a limit however youll pay for it Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oilis the readiest cure for cant eat unless it comes of your canblong be well andstrong withou- some sort of aCtIVIty Tha genuine has this picture on It take no other If you have not tried it send for free sample its a greeable taste will surprise you SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl Street New York 150C and 100 all druggists += i Land Slock and Crop 0 1FARro FOR SALE o A farm consisting af 45O acres located 6 miles west of Mt Vernon known as the H G Sutton farm The above namedlandwill be divided into three tracts and each tract sold separately Good improvements splendid orchard and well watered Sale will take place in Mt Vernon on the Fourth Monday in March 1902 A credit of six mouths with approved se curity will be given JRlAChicagochoice seed corn will be worth 2 per bushel this Spring He says that very little of the 1901 corn will be fit for seed eachesold to R A Dodd this week 100 barrels of corn at 3 per parrel Willie Land sold to Simon Wiehl a bunch of 1400 lbcattle at 3 cts Jessamine Journal G A Swiuebroad bought of J M Roberts 12 butcher cattle at- 3iac of Josh Wilson two at 37 to- 3iacts of T J Culton two at 34c- of Rice Benge three calves at25three cattle of J M Broyles at 3 to 3rc and sold to W S McGuire a bunch of calves at 9 The record price on any market for a hogshead of the Igor crop of leaf tobacco was obtained at Louis ville by J F Lippert of Jessamine county who received 25 50 per 100 pounds for a bright package weigh cropssheads grown on eight acres for 1613 13 net While prices for corn and its meat products have ruled high of late they still do not yet touch the top notch figures of 1882 In that year beef reached 930 and the average price for the whole year was J 6 25 Julyeon a crop in excess of that produced in 1901 t Hogs went up to 935 and the average price for the year was 763Ir THE VICE Or NAGGING Clouds the happiness of the home but a nagging woman often needs help She may be so nervous and rundown in health that trifles an noy her If she is melancholy excitable troubled with loss of appetite headache sleeplessness constipation or fainting and dizzy spells she needs Electric Bitters the most wonderful remedy for ail suflerters nervous troubles backache and weak kid nets have used it and become healthy and happy Try it Only Soc All druggists guarantee satis faction therHouse who wish most heartily that Spain had been allowed to keep Cuba II Attention Good DressersI We Have a Good Thing and Want Everybody to Know it We have secured the exclusive right for this vicinity to take orders for the famous tailoring of- j STRAUSS BROSQ C0v4 iea We are now f I4displaying their newest pk samples ofyo urgejjJSlpS good clothes to call and V inspect them We show NEARLY 500 PATTERNS by far the largest line in the country con sisting of many exclusive effects in wor steds cassimeres Scotches clays sergesIetc STRAUSS BROS make the kindH ftailoredordinary yet prices are no higher than you have paid for IIthe goods They guarantee absolute satisfaction and with tlWecame f COX BTOS Mt VernonKy l f tt rf i The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been in use for over 30 Scar las borao the signature of S perqcyou All Counterfeits Imitations nUll T stasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTOR1ACas- toria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays JFeverislmcss It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS A Bears the Silrnature of The KM You Have Always Bought In Use For Over SO Years THE 77 STREET zo 1i1 3 5 RASONSIt t t001lrsi Massey Business College f KYi iA ix 2 Its courses of study are and systematic + 3 giventO j 1 f month immediately upon graduation Q Wr r ny students rallrwid fare to Louisrilh x 5 VI rmld upon rhltuttJH every cent of tuition paid to if tits T toft 4 i l a s at a t otnd Special DiCCo1n t ta w iiijr Qi tpttl 1 A Free Picture of Geii Lee l JAny veteran who contemplates attending the Reunion at Dallas April 22nd to will receive a picture of General Robert E Lee and a copy of his farewell address suitable for framing if he will send us his name and address and the name and address of the Camp to which he belongs i 0 1ltS MIl Your best route to Dallas will be Tia5Jemphl Tho rroJtMempblschange These trains leave Memphis morning and aftor tboarrivnl of trains vfa all lines thusoffering you close connections and excellent ML r Ocdcwtf 1JWla Gtienl Fasee er TIdd tnt j EM THE TELL WILL Messages Vernon to Vil liams burg Bar bourville Cor bin London Hazel Patch Livingston Pine Hill Brush Creek Langford W tldie Wrlbd1JevelCreen anford Crab Orchard Stan Lancaster and all central Kentucky points at low rates I SSTTake the SIGNAI and get all news all the time from all over county and State INSURANCE Safc reliable and prompt in adjusting losses V ES ARIGHT rSigual ofhtaz t I t iirT i tWHY thorough 25th handsome service f S C FRANKLIN 0 WkTCHMAKRMT DO all kinds repairing gold and silver soldering neatly done rings cnt fit Eyes tested and glasses fittedCall at my shop at Chas C Davis yourawork neatly done at reasonable prices 1 saleatahisceffl 25 cts per htindied