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Digital page images are linked to the text file. y to c etuon Ii t1fl4I rT c VOLUME SirlIT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY MARCH 21 1902 NUMBER 26 r TELL MY FRIENDS TO BE BRA VE AAJJ FEARLESS AND LOYAL TO THE GREATCOllfJ10N PEOPLE u THE MOST SUCCESSFUL THE MOST THE REbIABbEIE c LEVEL GREEN o Well as it now seems that winter is over and I feel somewhat im proved in health I write again Rain sun warm days and othe- encouraging signs of spring are in the air Even the blue bird that has been absent for 4 years has eome again the frog and woodpecker are here too the gardens are being broke potatoes planted and mustard and lettuce 5ownal1lthese are unmistakable fulfillment ofa promise made to Noah Seed time and harvest shall continue And did you ever willigoperIhapsa dreamless leep Measles has been rampant with us for two weeks Those who first I took it have about recovered theft and the next crop is blooming Farmersare further in the rear with their work than usual at this date No oats sown and hut little corn soil broken They are preparing to sow more grass and clover than they usually do The wheat crop in general is not hurt yet some fields as are r IheJs quite numerous and as a general thing they are strong healthful fellows We have 9 lambs with 4 ewes Can any of you beat that No lamb buyers have been among us yet but it is thought that good lambs will bear a big price Cattle all sold that can be reachednow Those who have cattle to dispose of now would do well to avail themselves of the present high prices and sell There are not hogs enough left among us to make one big Boo Corn and bacon the crutches of life are slowly climbing higher and higher Eggs the housewifes best friend has spun down to nine pence and I cant tell how much lower they will go for Congress neglected to put any tariff on them They never look after the interests of the poor How easy it wouM have been to just stick on a leetle tariphand eggs would have dim right up but no this would have bin soften in the poor mans job a leetle and Ife is becoming too selfsupporting tics to suit the richgettin too independent dont have to work every day and half the Sundays noW lit order to keep the wolf fr6in the door Hoorah for the ptfSr roan With his big tater patch two or three dozen good hens aand two cowswell they just act tially will support a big family and most of poor uien raise large fami lies News items are very scace here npw Another of our family went West last week to get fat with the country Is it a fact that we can offer our sons no inducements that vrill ke them in Kentucky Ve certainly have agooJ country right here much better than that foiiud in many other places We can raise all kinds of cereals to perfection all the yeshplenty of them and tot a co as fine as ever grew and land is so cheap that any min who wants to can Own a home of his own but then our roads bow about therlweU they are simply awful and we are too poor to help ourselves We must simply trudge aloiig in the same old rut until another geheja iron land a whole loVpFJinngraute 1s e the place ef usole moss backs Our times you of my age is not weIshould do one thing at least for wnich posterity will bless us when they remember and speak of us in dro nothing worth more to our people than to build some good roads If the good road cause is dead in Rockcastle I want to know that there is 3 et a living sentiment among our people that may some day bear fruitIDISPUTANTA o O M Payne went to Berea Fri day iBorn to Mr and Mrs Rufus a girl Messrs William and Elmer Ang 1lii went toBerea SaturdayS Rev J W Lambert visited- friends on Clea creek Friday Mr Win Blanchet of Berea visited Mr Bill Roberts family last week iliss Mary Gadd who has been sick for some time is better at tnis writing Your correspondent visited her cousin Miss Parrie Lee Abney Wednesday Mr Alex Settles of Big Hill passed through our vicinity middle iof the week Rev Dan Phelps who has been visiting friends on Clear creek has returned home Mr and Mrs Strong Moore and children visited Mr and Mrs R A Swinfordrecently Prof James Combs of Berea visited Squire J M Reynolds r Thursday on busines Mr Henry Martin died at his home a few days ago of consump tion He leaves a wife and two children Messrs Luther and Willie Row lett Isaac Martin and Miss Parrie Lee Abney visited your correspondent and sister Sunday a THIS VICE OF NAGGING Clouds the happiness of the home but a nagging woman often needs help She may be so nervous and rundown in health that triflesan 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 ing Women Thousands of suffer ers from female troubles nervous troubles backache and weak kidneys have useditand become healthy and happy Try itV Only 50C All druggists guarauteesafis- faction LOCKJAW FROM COBWEBS j Cobwebs put on a eat lately gave a woman lockjaw Millions know that the best thing to put ou a cut- is Bucklens Arnica Salve the in fallible healer of Wounds Ulcers Sores Skin Eruptions Burns Scalds and Piles It cures or no pay Only 25c at all druggists drug stores FI l IcIMPORTANTI z WE have now on sale ooo pairs of the celebrated OX BREECHES Every pair is sold under a strict guarantee of Another pair free if these RlfI N TH E SEAMS WE aie making extra low prices now and if you wear PANTS it will bc tO Dill interest to come and buy now I= = = = = = = w U G Baker I8ame Eroofls For Less jfaey Goods For game money CRAB ORCHARD 0 Miss Deesie Albright was in town Tuesday J P Chandler was in tow Wednesday Raymond Geizel will leave here next Saturday for California Steve Teter Mrs Emma Farris son is in a cloak house in Cincin natiJ W Guest has been confined to the house for several days with a severe cold- Masterson Peyton of Stanford was mingling with friends here WednesdayHugh known as Banks- i very low with something very like consumption The Misses Riddle who been visiting Miss Fannie LangI fordLhave returned tp Aheirf in Rockcastle T A colored boy who carries the mail from Preachersville to this place is 6 feet 4 inches tall and is just turned into his seventeenth y rIDenver Col At the rate people are emigrating well have but few old citizens left here in a short time David Colson of Preachersvillel and his sons and their families daughters and their families making about 20 in all left here Wednesday for Texas Air and Mrs Patten two old people with no family want a good trusty woman to keep house for them a good home for the right person middle aged lady preferred- If any reader of this paper know of such a one they will confer a favor by writing to Mrs M B Patten Crab Orchard Ky Miss Arthnsa Cloyd will aecom pany her brother Jim to Green field Ill They will leave here the igth stopoff at Rowland where their sister Miss Lizzie will be married at half past six oclock in the evening to Mr John McCarley The bride tobe wished to marry at her old home the resideuce of the late David Cloyd hence the arrangement iOur quiet little town was some what waked upa few days since by the news that two of our popu hr young people had taken snap judgment on the folks and gone over to Lexington and got married The bride wuo was Miss Ada Mc Whorter is one of Lincoln counties teachers a pretty and lovable young lady The groom W D Edmiston 5is one of the firm of Edmiston Bros an excellent young qualitiesBothchurch May lifes choicest bless ings be theirs and may they live to enjoy long the blessings of a well spent life and be prepared for eternal happiness in the world to come is the sincere wish of the writer e CANT KEEP IT SECRAT The splendid work of Dr Kings New Life Pills is daily coming t light No such grand remedy for Liver and Bowel troubles was ever known before Thousands bless them for curing Constipation Sick Headache Biliousness Jaundice and Indigestion Try them 250 a tJ druggists drugstores i ri jiXZr J HIATT Mrs Tildie Potts is quite ill PernRigsby some hogs at 4 cents Uncle Per Hiatt finished gather jug his last years crop Tuesday Mr Buck Hansfordof Brod head passed through here Tues day Mr Joshua Bqreing Jr was with his many friends here Saturday Come to Hiatt to have your for tune told and have a jolly good timeMr Eugene Pritchette of Dau ville is visiting his sister Mrs Cash Hiatt Messrs Henry Hysinger and Wsdel5feese lef fiParkvilleIlls Thursday Homer the little son of J Chesnut is seriously ill with VI flarnmatory rheumatism- Mr A C Hiatt our energetic merchant made a trip to Brodhead Wednesday on business Mr Nat Wilmor of Copper creek visited his grandmother Mrs Mary Duvall Sunday last IMrs Patsy Brown of Stanford remained a few days with relatives mothtrjquite a number of young people last Sunday and all had a good timeSince the death of his mother inlaw Walter Sargent has moved into the house with his fatherin law Mr John Adams Mr A M Hiatt a bright young man of our vicinity who is atteud ing school at Mt Vernon was with homefolks Saturday and Sunday Mrs Johnston mother of Hewey Johnston passed quietly away Saturday March r6th after a long illness The remains were taken to Cincinnati for burial CURES SCIATIC RHEUMA TISM Mrs A K Simpson 509 Craig St Knoxville Tenn writes June loth 1899 I have been trying the baths of Hot Springs Ark for sciatic rheumatism but I get more relieffrom Ballards Snow Liniment than any medicine or anything I have ever tried Enclosed find postoffice order for grdo Send me a large bottle by Southern Ex press19 Sold by Chas C Davis New Yorks reform game isthe narnelandA PHYSICIANTRITES I am desirous of knowing it the profession can obtain Herbine in Itohas been of great use to me in treat ing cases of dyspepsia brought on by excesses or overwork I have nevet known it to fail in restoring the organs affected to their health ful activity 5oc bottle at Chas ttDais PANTS From 75c up Mens Suits from 2 qo toio Childrens Suits65A5 1005 UP CONWAY 0 P L Kidwell was over from Copper creek first of the week Mesdames Mollie Jordan and M L Kelton were in Berea last Friday shoppingJesse Dykes was in Richmond first of the week on business for the Conway Mercantile Co Mrs Lillie Hill was over first o f the week and spent a few days with her parents Mr and Mrs G W JonesMr J M Hart postmaster at Berea died Monday morning of rheumatism and was hurried Tues day in the Berea Cemetery Mr Hart use to be a partner in the merchantile business with W H Jones at Wildie The East Madison Qil Co rli are operating three miles sout east of Berea on the E Davis farm andnearthe Rockcastle line has reached a depth ofr 100 feet and have stopped for further orders The indications for oil was very good but it is thought that they will move their machinery to an other farm near by in a few days Mrs Allen McKinzy was insulted on the highway first of the week by two women shortly a brother of one of the women appeared on the sene and drew a pistol and presented it at Mrs McKenzy who had to retreat In a few hours Allen McKinzy secured gun and went gunning for Matt Young but Matt knowing Allen made good his escape and well he did Adjoining 0 CountiesI Joe Warren of Pulaskicounty charged with being a deserter from the United States army was shot in the leg near his home while flee ing from officers who were attemp ing to arrest him Central Univeisity has 75000 more to add to its already large en dowment fund Mr Thomas HI Swope of Kansas City Mo dotrated 25000 another 25000 raised by subscription and 40000 was bequeathed by Mrs S P Lees who recently died in New York City 15000 of which goes to the S P Lees Institute at Jackson which is an adjunct of Central University WOULD SMASH THE CLUB If members of the Hay Fever Association would use Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption the club would go to pieces for it always cures this malady and Asthma the kind that James the doctors it wholly drives from the system Thousands of oncehope less sfferers from Consumption Pneumonia Bronchitis owe their lives and health to it It conquers Grip saves little ones from Croup and Whooping Cough and is positively guaranteed for alt Throat and Lung troubles soc 100 Trial t bottles fretiat all druerais V V two f IVA B D 0 sIWin Price ttomefolks again for a Misses oore attended Sunday orMrvisitedi1elast wee lBurge Fer isitingJnniesMrs B i daughter Lissie ie amended churching Sunday Born to the wife ot J 11 Norton on the jSth a hoyBorn to the wife of Robert Long on the 15th a boy J U z alien and sister JSiss storehoiIoIII 1f see whether or not their brotheryWill takes the measles Rev1 T Williams who has been sick so long is able again to begin preaching He filled his regurar appointment at Blue Spring Saturday and Sunday SO SWEET AND PLEASING IN TASTE Mrs C Peterson j 625 Lake St Topeka ban spcakingofBallards Horehound Syrup says It has never failed togive entire satisfac tion and of all cough remedies it is my favorite and IJ must confess to my many friends that it will do and has done what is claimed fo- ritto speedily cure a cough or a cold and it is so sweet and so please ingin taste 256 5ocmdti oo bottle at Chas C Davis A Medicine for ft Old PeopleiRev Geo Gay Greenwich Kas is past 83 years of age yet he says I am enjoying excellent health for a man ofmy age due entirely to the rejuren ating influences of Dr Miles Nemni It brings sleep and rest when no vitarIIelse will and gives strength and ity even to one of myoId agert1unan old soldier writes Mr Geo Watson Rewton 1a and I have been agreat sufferer from nervousness verti o and spinal trouble Have spent considerable money for medicine and doctors tiut with little benefit I was so bad my mind showed signs of weakness rhe Dr Nerrine and I know it saved mv life l Miles Dr Nervine tSaved me from the insane Iumn Mrs A M Hesfncr of Jerico Springs Mo vrto was so wen ousthat TcouM scarcely control ay self could n itjlec nur rwt would even forget the na MIS f mvtrxn children at limes I corametucdusinjrDrlMHes Nervine and it helped me from thex firsthand rhw I ata perfectly welL r jSold by all Druggist tin Guarantee jDrMiUs Medical CoM Elkhart tad S t u r 1 1r f t Mt Vernon Signal FRIDAY MAR 21 1902 Published every Friday byoft EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR 1 qo taAdvertisingapplication LAST Monday the editor of hIard paper had the pleasure of meet Hon James Pryor Tarvin Jud e of the Kenton Circuit Court We already grown jf admire the bl ant jurist beTdfe seeing him but shaking his hand and talking with him ones admiration is e- I 4highteited While in Covin we asked Judge R G Willi what he thought of Judge Tarvi a Court and he at once responded He is excellent always kind and aprquestion of law He now occupies a high and honored position but some sweet day I expect to seefor him go higher officially r THE Legislature died a natural death Tuesday night at 12 oclock The most important bills that failed at this session were as fol lowsTo redistrict the Congressional Judicial Senatorialand Rep resentativc i cts The Se1 The Th B- iTI Tdt t The that passed w The Re The Doubal Bill The Municip The LouisvillesThe Investment Company Bi 11his The Charitable Institution and Penitentiary Appropriation Bills Jv fieKFa ris Anti Blind Tier The Registration Certificate 11him The Child Labor Bill CHIPSt1ot By Our Associate IditorMyH annas secret conferences Mr Roosevelt are doubtless for bamboozling purposes and probably in the interest of the Pan nma lobby Boss Hannas hold up of the Nicaragua Canal bill in the Senate one of the nerviest things he ever did showing as it does an utter disregard for public sentiment Beet sugar will be a dangerous subject to introduce in republican Congressional circles for a longtime to come and the seeker bbitNo amount of Congressional legislation will ev radd auyt to the safety ofour President s and much of that proposed is thor veoughlyAmerican April i is regular Cabinet and Mr Roosevelt might spri fine joke by asking on that day Irwe the resignation of those members of the Cabinet who are so cocksure they are not going to retire F P Sargent would have beent1 wiser to have remained at the head- of the Brotherhood of Locomo Firemen than to have accepted office under the Federal administration as Terrence Powderly who is t oueUncle tibyin 1stcouldSenator Penroses attempt to head ff the movement for PP reelectionSpanpopulation was too transparent tot ramount to anything The people to of this country demand populare- 1ection ors n8tors and they will get it some Qsy but thty will never stand for gfviTig the big States larger representation in tbeS sate than the 1I ill Gives 1 LIVINGSTON v 1 w Sue Mullins has taken 1Irs of the Mullins Hotel T hotel has changed proprietor en in the last year that boarders dident know when they ate break fast who would furnish dinner Mrs Mullins says she is there to stay so come on boys you know teable Mother keeps H J Mullins was in town Thurs f y13en13 Bastin of Crab Orch his here putting in the ex r n yetistugH Tuesdaylaillinight en route to Parks homefolksLon 73o hustling lumberman Erengroceryon amsKentuckynUncle John Smith and H W Bowman were in Mt Vernon Mon hapere SaturdayJohnea C Mullins and Sam Morrow were here Monday transacting business Uncle SamPeter Bryant was arrested and taken to LonJMonday night on a charge ofolating the Infernal Revenue la We all know Pete never had mi than he could drink and are sat fled he will be acquitted Moberly Kelley have t sawmill and wagon shop ab completedJ R Stuckey con templatesbuilding a new adder to his residence on High sir next door to the Mullius hotel Rev Combs is still conduct his series of meetings at the Chi tian churchHouk Adams are changedloLebanon was here to tee Mr H W Rice Tuesday Born to wife of George Mounce on the a 10 pound girlMiss Alice liams of London was the guest SundayConnn force at work on Croo bridgeJoe and Gus Gabriell here from Parksville J F Coop sing thestreetsagBill out getting overheat at the dance and that it was the dance that got kitSow anything about Livingston people hen you come to town ask J A ullins and Uncle John Smith Meheld jj on Wednesday HANSFORD 0IisW G Niceley is the eggman of our town Now I have included another with my self and it is us Rev James Barnes preached for the people here again on the 9th Wade Graves sold to John Cum ofraters four bbls of corn at 300 perJ l Finley Dyre sold to David Lynn 11gMrs Robert Bullock has beent ry sick but last report is that she is bettertyMelvin Wallen Link says hement afrngwould laugh at him W F Warren bought of Jamest Bullock eight shoats for When weighed was found to be lesss an 4C tirp hunting calves bunched two and left for the Blue Grass Edge Dyre had an me logrolling last week wh their Tstrengthlogs in piles as of old filledular his gular appointment at Blue rings on the third This was first time for this winter oWingw his physical condition Mamma and sister Melissia were down to see me last Sunday Of course you all know who me is butt to JKirhyrile r Land Stock and Crop 0 FARM FOR SALE hpQA farm consisting of 450 acres located 6 miles west of Ml Vernon known as the H G Sutton farm The above named land willIz be divided into three tracts and ch tract sold separately Good improvements splendid orchard and well watered Sale will take place inhit Vernon on the Fourth Monday in March 1902 A credit of six months with approved se curity will be given an 31 H C SUTTON JRI Messrs B F Sanders Rr Bro sold head of export cattle yesterday to Simon Veil at 5 65 per cwt to be delivered within 10 days Bonta Bros sold a car load of two yearold mules to a Tennessee party or 9250 per headA Sanders bought of Tom Arnett in Larue county 61 head of 1388 lfc cattle I at 540 per cwt They were ship ped to Louisville and sold for 6 per cwt an extraordinary high price Harrodsburg Democrat On Monday R K Hart sold to os Kmdig of York Pa 39 head 3yearold mules at 125 a head- S and Jos Hendrick to same party 12oFlemiugsburisg Powellheirwas an tthe bidding spirited Four horses brought 65 54 42 and 22 650tone 1050 anlispd r4s750 corn 342 to 351 per barrel Farm ju implements soldwellJesa fmine Journal taithesalesrOmahatVtIfemalofe averaged 22980 and 48 Chiragowith8 48 female Shorthorns aver averagedare1632 female Shorthorns averaged 13825 audi2ribulls aver agedrozs At Indianapolis Feb 21 32 Short 7Polleda HOW TO USE A TELEPHONE ITalkGet closer to the instrument Dont talk so farawaycant hear thesmessages sent p use the telephone to the person at the other end of the line The word are often accompanied with eviden ces of ill will and impatience at which the telephone operators smile Every time I hear a rernarkof ofoa popularityhow telephoneOne made by telephoneistbatclose enough to the instruments Some people make this error because they can t forget the oldstyle instrument In order to obtain the results with it was necessary- to keep the lips a few inches from box and to speak across the opening and not into it Get further away from the phone was cry when the oldstyle instru was in use and some old habitaias people call it and they are usually told by the one at other end to talk louder ofrgy Keep the chin wellraised and speak with a large amount of air in the chest articulate slowly dud dis nctly and use the lipsthat is ace the voice in the front of the mouthj IAereChildrenalhe Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the d 1 Signature of C Half million of Londons poor be the guests of the King Ed ward during coronation week The Senate at least debated the Ship Subsidy job before passing it the country can now prepare see tie t1CIO115s sob Shot through House without any pretense of discussion hl tttt liyl i t Soft Harness You can inato parr ness as eoft na a and na tough 13 usln r EUltEKA huinous Oil You lengthen its life last twico an long ordinarily would EUREKAHarness mates a poor looking liar ness new Made ofpure heavy bodied oil pecially prepared to withstand tbo weather everywhereIn lade by STANDARD OIL CO CARD OF THANKS We desire to extend our profound thanks to our many friends who so kindly remembered us last Monday evening with such valuable dona tions at the tune words failed to express the feelings of our hearts Since we have been in your midst we have ever been the recipients of continuedenjoyment at your hands We certainly enjoyed the please call and appreciated the rich gi you brought us for which please accept our thanks We are al thankful for the presents sent friends who could not come W trust in the future we may ha frequent opportunities to repay your kindness We also with a sense of deep obligation thank Miss Iilla Joplin who threw open her hospitable home for the reception and so kindly assisted us to entertain our friends REV DAVID HARTSFIELD ATiis HARTSFIELD That republican revolt in the House against the administration and the bosses lacked both sand and naet ural A Mortgage On An Air Castle and a dead mans good iuten tionsaree 1Iy wort less to a widow and her orphan children Take out a policy NOW while you can with the MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCECOMPANY OF KENTUCKY and provide something SUB STANTIAL for your widow Psre fection Policy incontestable from date of issue is the be lifs insurance proposition in the field c J1GkJrAGENTwTRUST BUILDING RICHMOND Ky Miss ELLEN E BUTNER District Agent Mt Vernon Kentucky I ip WOMANS ELFA really healthy woman has little pain or discomfort at the menstrual period No Woman needs to 1Carduithe dragging head backand skin aches caused v f g of WlIEoFARDUI C3the lit has brought permanent relief to 1000000 women who suffered every month It makes the menstrual organs strong and healthy It is the provision made by 2Ta tune to give women relief fromJtho terrible aches and pains which blight so many homes GREENWOOD LaAct111900Ihavo been for some timeI tuna taken with n revere pain iumyside and could not got any relict untilI tried a bottle ot wino of Cardui Bofore I had taken allot it Iwas relieved DvondedulIRS rfAyeurFo- radvleeand llteratureaddress sympr Cbattanoog Adviaoryuepartment Tean c ARE YOU DEAF a i f tniffi f iHJ r s ALL VASES 0F DEAFNE o OR Hi rtD H JR J I i10W CURABLEby our new invention Only those born deaf are iucuiablc tiEAD NOiSES CEASE IMrvIEDIATElvgE F A WERFflAH OF EALTiWSORS SAYS BALTIJIOUE Jill March 30 1501 YOia SAbout lire vcr ago rsv right car began losing and this kept on getting worse until I lost my hearing iu this tar entirely numberWQuhlthenceaseI then saw your advertisement accidentally in a New York and ordered our treatment After I had used it only a few days according to your directions the noises ceased and youheartily mF A VERMAN1 730 S Broadway Baltimore Md Our tleatJucntcloes not inieJ1eJe with 1I0ll1 uSllul OC1Httion Examination and advice free YOU CAN CURE YOURSELF AT HOMEat astotniraal eotItl ERNtIf A G URAL CLINIC 596 LA SALLE AVE CHICAGO ILL Dont pay two extra profits when you buy ofnwotsvehicletoSave two Prof1ts QS equipmentstirite V describe the busies surreys pbaitorw etc that have made our factory famous for high grade Dont eiuser kTilE COLUMBUS CARRIAGE HARNESS Columbus 0 P0 Box 772No Bugs Trice with jnirtcr tOI1S1 SaWriteSin1a6tbUShipment from talusilms rf tTake Pills Theytempprarily cure by agitating the bowels but regular action cannot be secured until the liver secretes enough bile to make the intestines x Unnaturalcontinual and increasing doses to resultJn i arts on the4 liver cures Chills e and Fever and every form of Malarial Bilious Remitting and Intr niittlng Fevers and by going to the seat of the trouble works permanent cure FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE At Chas C Davis Drugstore vi Horse Shoe Brands HIGH GRADE FERTILIZERS BONE RID POTASH Oracle No 2 KT per hundred CORN AND VHBAT Grower 1 20 per hunched pnyableontorJs SMITH J1F1 WATEILw L t BrodlleadJKy ASTHMA CURE FREE t ASTH RELIEFAndSENT A11S0LUT ELY FREE ON RECEIPT OF POSTAL CHAIRED FOR TE- Nam YEARS WE T ti HERE is nothing like Astlimalene It brings nI Istant relief even in the worst cases It cure when all else fails 33 saysYourondition I cannot tell you how thankful I feel fo he good derived from it I was a slave change yearsItormentingdiseaseyourselves but resolved to give it a trial To nayj astonishment the trialact rl ito Tm rirr1 me a luierr bottle U m ASTHMArby mail POaTPAID ABSOLUfELY FREE OF CHARGE t nySttttrrtr who will write for it even on a postal Never mind you ire despairing however bad your case ASTHMALENE relieve and cure The worse your case the more glad we are to TAFTgURUitstn IGTO NAS MCKENZIE MT VERNON KY0 f for Everything VC y rs t GeneralXL L ii f ESt Q CiDSAT LOV ESTERICItS t Yr Mt Vernon Signal Mt Vinu ov Ky MAR z i9Q2 tLOUHWIUC N StiVtLltrR RCo TIME TABLE 24 north 1105 a m 26 north 112 a m 23 south 200 p m 25 South 148 a lAS LANOKUM Agent Catered at the Mt Vero j Ey Postoffice M sec ndclnss mail matter- IfA40NICS Ashland Lodge No 640 meets 4tJb Mop day 10 A in MT VERNON Jl A CHAPTER XO o1MEETSEvery FOURTH MONDAY iit 2 p m CHURCHES hrisdanHolds cervices let S 3rl Sunday at 11 a m and at 680 p in Presbyterian Holds services on the 2nd and 4th Wnuday morning and evening Baptist Church Services on the Second Saturday night and Sunday Sunday School at 9 a ra every Sunday Prayer eneting on Tuesday nights PERSONALS 0 Elder T D Mullins was in tows MondayAttorney J W Brown was in Stanford Monday Frank Miller returned from Lan caster Wednesday Miss Georgia McFef ron is one of the very welcome visitors to our townCashier W L Richards went to Paint Lick yesterday on important businessJoe son of J N Brown left Saturday last for Indiana to locateW F McClary went to Stanford Saturday to purchase some farming implements Miss Dove B Letcher visited hoinefolks in Richmond Saturday and Sunday Mesdames Lee Tate and J FtGriffin visited relatives in Brodhead the first of the weekgMiss Lucy Brock of London is doing some writing in C C ViI llama law office this week Mr Berl Lawrence with his mothcris visiting his uncle Dr Geo Lawrence at this place Mrs Joe Purcell came up Saturday to see her father Jas Honk Sr who continues very feeble Mr Jones Fish went to Knox ville last week and is in Louisville this buying his new stock of goods Dr G B Lawrence was called to see Alf ONeals child Tuesday and found it in a very serious condition Misses Bessie Houk and Garlie Davis spent Saturday and Sunday with friends and relatives at Maret burgLuther Green and one of Mr 1 A Bowmans sons have joined the army and will leave for Louisville todayMrs M E Proctor of Orlando was in town Monday and remembered the SIGNAL among her other businessBud Cockrell one of the best business men in the county was here Saturday looking after some important matters Mr A E Cox a welltodo farmer of the Brodhead section was in town yesterday and paid this office a very substantial call W A Carson of Brodhead was here Monday and secured the job of papering the Fritz Krueger pro perty occupied by Dr M L Myers Mr Geo D French of London was a pleasant caller Sunday on one of Chestnut Ridges most popular young ladies Miss Tola Hansel Mrs D C Sandidge of Lynch burg Va who is back in Kentucky for a visit to hoinefolks is spending this week with friends in Mt Vernon she will remain in Kentucky until June Mr and Mrs S C Franklin have the sympathy of every one in the loss of their baby boy which was bon and died Monday morn ing The mothers condition which was critical for some days is spine what improved r LOCALS o K S Albright Notary Public SIGNAL office The SIGNAL and Twicea Week CourierJournal one year for 150 FOR SAIILT have for sale r 5yearold bay horse i 2 earold bull good slock also 2 stacks timothy hay mar 21 3t W G IIIArr FOR SALK Two 5room cot tages just built pays 20 percept on investment Cheap for cash J F Ky The L N will sell tickets to Louisville filch 30 3 I and 1st limited to April 4th at AprilI round trip on account National Convention Peoples PartSuiPERThe Royal Arch Chapter will meet next Monday at 2 pIn to confer the several degrees of the chapter At 10 oclock PID a supper will be given in the Mason Hall which will be prepared at the J Henry Fish restaurant There are now 75 men employed in the stone quarries at Langford and yet the orders are cOIning in much faster than they are able to fill them A great deal of this stone goes to New York City and Chicago M ARRIAGES The following marriages are reported this week Thos Loeman and Miss Nettie Young E F Croutcher and Miss Nannie Leger Anderson Eversole and Miss Eliza Leger and Burnam Reynolds and Miss Ella Sexton DISSOLVED The firm of Frith Dunn of Brodhead having dis solved partnership Mr Frith sell HIat once and settle accounts as all business of the old firm must be settled up at once lANrEDIReliable man for Manager ofa Branch Office we wish to open in vicinity Here is a good open nforilre right mau Kindly give ood reference when writing TriE A T MORRISIWHOLESALE HOUSE Cincinnati Ohio Illustrated catalogue 4cts stamps A HOME FOR SALE To be sold by order of court at the courthouse door in Mt Vernon on the 4th Monday in Mch which is the 24th inst A farm of 50 acres located within mile of Level Green on the Mt Vernon and Somerset road convenient to church and school has a good orchard garden and dwelling and is beautiful location This is known as the C D Bur nettfarmIThe L and N is perfecting arrangements to run a special train from Louisville to Dallas Tex account of the Reunion United Confederate Veterans A special will be run from Richmond Ky to Lebanon Junction to connect at that point with the special from Louisville and if sufficient business from the Cumberland Valley Branch and K D to justify it a special will be run from Middlesborough to Rowland to connect at that point with the special from Richmond Any one contemplating making the trip should notify their local agent so that he can notify the General Passenger Agent SERIOUS CONDITION The news reached here a few days ago that John Haley was at Somerset in a very critical condition and but little hope of his recovery Some sever al years ago Mr Haley was shot in the leg just above the knee almost cutting into the large artery which the doctors said was liable to break at any time So just after Christmas he went to Cinciunatiand had an operation performed which he stood first rate and his leg seemed to be healing up nicely until two weeks ago when gangrene setup in his foot The leg was amputated below the knee and later had to be taken off above where this opera tion was first performed Later re ports says he is slightly improved but there is considerable doubt as to his reccrvery Ir i WH1 Brown bought of Neal Parrett a hou ea1dJot near the- Fridaytunnel He moved to it gist MrJ A Landrum has purchas ed the residence of G S Griffin in rUle Western part of town Consid eration 750 GUARDIAN Mrs Katie Woods t has been appointed guardian o Mary Belle Ed Dilley Jane Ester and Fred Elkins infant heirs ot WM Elkins with D K Argen bright as surety BOUGHT Mr jG S Griffin has bought of W F McClary his farm on Reufro creek consisting of 170 acres for 2500 Mr Griffin will move to his new home next week Mr Fred Hahn is taking oil leases for the Mt Vernon Oil Co which will soon be incorporated L W and B J Bethurum W J Sparks Drs A G Lovell and J M Williams will be the incorpora- tors EASTER OPENING MILLINERY IARCH 29x11 0 A line of beautiful Pattern Hats Ready to Wear Hats and the latest novelties in NeckWear for ladies and gents Everybody cor dially invited No cards MRS SALLIE WILLIAMS Hon R C Warren democratic candidate for Congress was on yesterdays train on hisway to Livingston When asked by a SIGNAL representative regarding his outlook for the nomination ho replied that it was all he could ask for considering the short time since his announcement and the little canvassing he has done IN COUNTY COURT The following fines have been registered in County Court this week D Hamilton i and cost for breach of the peaceB O Buford X25 and cost for conealed weapons Walker Snodgrass i cent and cost for breach of the peaceThe case against Robert Norton Jr charged with seduction was continued until tomorrowDEADMrs Telatha Ward Gresham died at the home of her brother William Ward of Lancaster Saturday alter an illness of only two days of pneumonia fever Mrs Gresham was the widow of the late Richard Gresham who was a prominent and welltodo citizen of this county She was a sister of Hon Sam Ward and Mrs John Magee of Livingston A host of warm and devoted friends in this county mourn the loss of this good woman H Vo Bastin one of Central Kentuckys practical electricans is at Livingston with his force putting in a telephone exchange a much needed institution Dr Lucas V C Mullirs James C Hock er D S McKinney Houk Adams Dr Cooper Mrs Sue Mul lins J J Clancy W R Dillion and many others whose names we are unable to obtain before going to press have worked faithfully to have an exchange established in that hustling town The franchise was granted some months since but the weather prevented the construction of the plant We are told by Mr Maret county man ager that as soon as the Livings ton exchange is established that all subscribers on his system can exchange messages between each other without further cost than monthly phone rental Many im provements have been made on the Rockcastle system within the last two months and more are being made Rockcastle will be able to reach nearly any old place by long distance phone before the leaves fall in 1902 BRODHEAD 0 W H Painter has moved backS to the country yishingfrsM H Barnett of Somerset is here having his eyes treated Mrs Josh Dunn is visiting her sister Mrs Henderson in Garrard Daniel Nickels of Washington county is with friends at this place daughterofCYl1thianaa1eisiting BentonThe Purcell sisters have just received their new line of spring millinery John Heroti who st located WitE r 2 IC C Cable is on the sick list this week Rev Thos Stinnet preached at the M E Church Sunday morn ing and night- Grandma Hicks who has been indisposed most all winteris able to be up again Mr T S Frith is still buying all the coin he can get paying 3 cashfMrs James Griffin accompanied by Mrs Lee Tate were the guests of J E Wallin this week JOhnlOwenspatient of Dr 1 S Burdette Mrs LizJe Wallin of Copper creek has been visiting her son Marshal Wallin at this place Mrs Martha Miller has been seriously ill for a few days but is slightly improved at this time F Francisco has had to give up the championship as checker player Robert Hicks is wearing the belt nowMisses Bessie Patton and Mattie May Adams of Bryantsville are visiting Miss Ella Dunn of Brod headThe wife of Mitchell Delany gave birth to two fine boys on Tuesday night Mother and children are doing well Mrs George Prewitt and Miss Lou King of Liberty have been guests at the Albright hotel the past week Mrs Win Nichols came up from Danville to accompany the remains of her grandmother Mrs John ston to Cincinnati Mrs Robert Collier the wife of our hotel keeper and Mrs George Brooks wen to Crab Orchard last Monday and returned in the after noonMiss Sadie Bargar who has been in New Mexico with her father- V J Bargar for the last few years returned to her mothers home near here last Saturday night Our Prohibition Alliance is growing and meets every two weeks on Thursday nights and we hope to be able to carry this district at the next election in favor of this grand principle of saving suffering hu manity from a drunkards grave and a drunkards hell Bro Pike went to Gilead church in Madison count last Saturday and returned home Monday accompanied by the Rev JW Mas terseThey were working together- in the interest of the prohibition cause in that section of the country Bro Masters delivered an other very impressive lecture on that subject to our people Monday nightJ Baugh of London is hav ing the best occulist in Kentucky treat his eyes Dr 1 S Burdettes skill in this lint of profession has been tested by many who have spent all their living with others and then heard of the name and skill of Burdette and at last came and found a pure and have back to their home rejoicing andI praising the man that made them see His patients can be found in many parts of Kentucky who will testify to the wonderful skill of Dr Burdette in treating the optics Our town trustees met this week and made an order that the side walks in town be remodeled and put do rn at once It has stired up quite a kicking on the part of a few but Marshal J E Wallin says he will carry out the order to the letter apd that he will know no pets and all will have to fix the sidewalks alike Mr Wallin is a determined and resolute man and we can vouch that he will do his duty as an officer of the law So all had better fall in line and do the right thing and then we can all walk together in peace and have travelaon IHOUK ADAMS Ky HEADQUARTERS Fox BARGAINS ADA- tiISIL1sT0NI HOC 1C ADAiVia HAVE Ever TthingusuallT handled by all 1trstcil general merchants any human body can be satisfied in qualityX fl o u K AD A M s q7 II osiery Notions Ties tits gents furnishings uting cloth Oil cloth nly too cheap nderwear not to be ndercstimated nobby and stylish inds of goods we cant be under sold goods guaranteedand 11 prices reasonable theseIpeople should vail themselves of ens suits to suit boy o come and elect and get bargains t l HOUK fJ B8 II an or o in all the t lot I find cost will be sold at almost GROCERIES Hard ware and Queensware Saddles Bridles Harness co lars and hames We are constantly rae dv ing new arrivals of food And will supply you very promptlycall and earn y prices ii5 COAL CORNand Hay Agents for Best Brand Fertilizers alse all kinds farm tools pa1tIWhat Do You Want to Buy Anything you should need in our line arc well worth your notice and should arrest your attention if you fire looking for Bargains Bring us your country produce and get the highest market price Phone 75 3 rings HOUK Big br CHAS cSUCCESSOR TO TIIEO WE Place to Obtain Prest s ALSO Patent Medicines of all Kinds 7 Perfumery Stationeryr ttchPti C1ga 34 CIGARS AND TOBACCO f Paints and Oils PRESCRIPTIONScarefu 1 Compounded at all f hours day or night 4 THE BAHK OF MT VERNON MT eKNON KY S OPENED 1900 CAPITAL STOCK j5000 r y C C WILLIAMS PRES JAS T ADAMS ViCEPms i WI RICHARDS CASHIER A B FURNISH ASST CASSC DIRECTORSJonas McKenzie Geo Livesay A T Fish Fritz Krueger Rod Perry Vincent Bo eing J E HoukrWe solicit accounts of firms and individuals Careful atten tion is given collections entrusted to us I Our friends and patrons are invited to call when in town i DANNIES OWKNS k UNDERTAKER P Caskets Coffins Robes Etc Kept in Stock Oruers by Mail Telegraph or Telephone Promptly filled BRODHEAD KENTUCKY WILLIS GRIFFINPractical Undertker yv inch FUNERAL DIRECTOR y Mt Vernon Ky Stock Complete LAMPS The FINE HEARSE Can iuruish Metalk Casketsn1d rllaye Embalming done on short notice anythingllraiu I hate not got tgQtt6r you Qu first V I o1U ESjfAlii t Plnt1 tip Filled 1 f I esacnmm Miller House V J RIDER PRGPR e Headquarters for Commercial Men ISTPorter at all trains The YerandaI Hotel JOSEPH COFFEY PROPR Stanford Ky Specially equipped for traveling men Sample room on first floor Bathrooms free to guests RATHS 200 per day Hotel Frith R L COLT IgR Propr T Located at the Depot eUaca BRODHEAD KY GOOD LIVERY ATTACHED Meet all Trains Day and Night Traveling Men and Railroad r men Solicited Will furnish Lunches for all train- sTyreeFrancisco MONUMENTAL WORKS Brodbead Ky Granite and Marble Monuments tones ALL CLASS SA KrEH a a New Fast Train f TO COLORADO UJAHAND PACIFIC COAST 1911Yhe new train will leave Sc Louis 9 OO a m daily the evening train to same points 10 10 p m daily Through sleeping car service be teen St Louis San Francisco and Northwestern Only line that does a twice dailyIExcursion tickets now on sale IJor further inforriation address BLT O Matthews T P A Louisville Ky Jl C TOW SEND Genl Passr and Tkt AgL St Lou- isInsurance of all I kinds Gall at the Signal office lit Vernon I LOUISVILLEHENDERSON ST LOUIS RY DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS PI r ZEN LftaisvHta spd Sta Louis Pailar Cars on Dry Trains PuUmsn Buffet Sleepers on Mght Trains t I1 saaditlrtlierlufenaagauuddre s L IIRVi N ir PA Ir4s is LE KYI s4 If the republicans are not frightened over the Congressional out look they are putting up an imita tion that would be worth money on the vaudeville stage L HeCith IFor 25 years I have never missed taking Ayers Sarsaparilla every spring It cleanses my t makes me feel strong and 1blood me good iir every way P Hodnette Brooklyn NY Pure and rich blood carries new life to every part of tks body Youj are invigofa drefreshed You feel Titus to be active You beconrestrong stead rcouraheons Thats what AyersSarsaparillaI will 5100 a bottle All druggistsI Ask your doctor what lie thinks of Ayors fitlsIrlll He knows nil aboutthis grand old fnnlly medicine Follow his advicoand we will be satifjII aptWe promptly obtain U 8 and rorai e- rnPATENTS ENT Of F IMMEDIATERthe best legal service and advloe and our charges are moderate Try SWIFT usIay Patent lawyers Opp US Patent OfficeWashington DC COURT CALENDAR COUNTY COURT Fourth Mon day in each month- QUARTERLY COURT Fiist Mon day in January April July and October CIRCUIT COURT Second Mon j day in February Fourth Monday SepiMT VERNON POLICE COURT Third Monday in each month K10MNiit 21 MT VERNON KYI onIdayTAS E HOUK COM J J PING REC KEEPr RILEY O SRI F B RTLEYProp LONDON KY HEADQUARTERS for Com mercial men Good Sample Room and convenient to Depot Rates 2 00 per day S = M L MYERSDentist MT VERNON FIRSTCLASS KyI WORK OFFICEIn the Krueger new brick PHONE No 38 P A PenaingtonD D S M D DEJTTST N W Cor Third and Chestnut Sts LOUISVILLE KY Will he at Miller House Mt eruon during all Circuit Courts C C Williams ATTORNEYATLAWMT B OFFICE On 2nd floor of The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church street Special attention given to collections MULLINS HOTEL ptsI RATES ico PER DAY f Pleasant location j every conven isnce and comfort Hack meets jail trains Patronage of Railroad and Gpm inercial islet solicited t CRAD DOCKS SPEECH o =After Mr Cleveland hadbeen elected President and the first time a crowd ofexcited and happy Frankfort Democrats loaded with liquor audarinedwitha bfassbandvj were paradi Finallyo I a happy thought struck them Tney concluded to go and serenade Craddoek tire Nestor of Democ acyi They immediately headed for his residence and when it was reached commenced a perfect bedlam of noise and confusion amid cries of Craddock Craddock Craddock At length the old man appeared ion the barony He had not gone beyond the expression Fellow citizens before the crowd broke loose He essayed several times to speak without success by reason of 1Atsufficiently for his voice to be heard but his patience by Sbis time was entirely exhausted Fellow citizens he began for j ofIDemocrats hoodlums darned fools blatherskites I bid you goodnight ExGov Bradley in Sun days Enquirer RepaIrIng Neatly 0Olle Never thought of sucha youbWell its a good sign for Scotts Emulsion The body has to be repaired like othc things and Scotts Emulsion is the medicine that does it IThese poor bodies wear out from worry from overwork from disease They get thin and weak Some of the new ones are not ve111Tlte2nd all of the old ones are racked fronllongusage Scotts Emulsion fixes all kinds It does the work both inside and out It makes soft bones hard thin bloodred weak lungs strong hollow places full Only the best ma patchinghlnd thro healthbNo one has to wait his turn e1fL ycii and the bottle Tim pzcturs rjprcuerts the Tr M =rk f = V Emulsicn rd i oi the wrapper of every bo Sid for free sample SCOTT rowxi 409 Pearl bit Xev Vr 5ocahd i all druggists THE PROUD LLTTLE o DOGI l One of the characters of Madisonf Comity was Wyatt Pinks ton He wortbIless vagabond but shrewd and quick and nmdea Kving by his wits He was frequently in Court andmany of lists bright sayings have been treasured up by those who knew him best One of his re markable experiences was his testi mony in the else of old Colouel T Captain L for damages because of the killing of a favorite young houndPinkston was introduced by the defendant as an expert to prove the value and character of the animal After having stated that he was a Judge of dogs had great experience had dealt in them tor years owned a great many had hunted foxes rabbits coons c c arid had been a dog trainer of established reputation for many years he was asked to state whether he knew the dogin dispute and his value and characterWell with deliberate emphasis heanswered L reckon Ldo Ive knowed that dog hence he were a pup After he had retched full dogbood he were the proudest thing I ever seed He had a mighty purty tail and no dog ever knowed it better It curled over his back like a wheel rim He were all the time a playin with himself and a tryin to put on style He didnt think there was any other doy in the countyWell be commenced a curlin tighterIand tighter until he got it curled so tight he could not get his hind leg offn the ground He hadnt got over this thing entirely when he was killed and he was as no account worthless a hound as I over seedt He wasnt worth a cut ninepence ExGuv Brady in Suwltys Enquirer A PINTER FOR INVENTORS Q If you wish your patent business properly and promptly dne send it to SWIFT CO PATENT LA t I ERS opposite U S Paeu Oflfce TitiIungtoVI b C Thiy have no dissatisfied clients Write them for their confidential letter a postalcard will bring itand itI may be worth money to you See their advertisement elsewhere int this paper If the G A R hadnt done any I better shooting when in service than it has done at H C Evans the war would be going on yet ANDiCOLDS Mrs Joe McGrath 327 E 1st St Hutchinson Kan writes I have given Ballards Horehound Syrup to my children for coughs and colds for the past four years and find it the best medicine Iever 1sedI Unlike many cough syrups con tains no opium but will soothe 4Ind heal any disease of the throat or lungs quicker than any other rem edy 25C 5Oc and 100 at Chas C Davis Attention Good Dressers We Have a Good ThinS and Want I Iforfamous tailoring of STRAUSS BROSIChicago We are now displaying their newest samples of Fine Woolens and urge everyone interested in good clothes to call and inspect them We ah wINEARLY 500 by far the largest line in the country con sisting of many exclusive effects in wor steds cassimeres Scotches clays serges etc STRAUSS BROS make the kind of clothes you like to wear accurately tailored perfect fitting distinctly aboverthe ordinary yet prices are no higher tfraar you firavjg aid for inferior goods They guarantee absolute satIsfaction t and with it goes our unqualified endorsefffeht We shall be glad to have you call imd you will be glad you came COX BRJQSpMt Vernon 11r l r u4l4ilri4I hib1NIS t i1L rElitlttc MIJta tjM r1 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