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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t r fr f5 ilJi J iLA1s jloui Yr I a M re Hdn o n 1JnlJltHt Ii VOLUME XVTl OC1 CASr LENUMBER 28 TELL 11fY FRIENDS TO BEBRAVE A1LJ FEARLESS AND LUYAL TO THE GREAT COMMON PEOPLE t THE MOST SUCCESSFUL THE MOST RELIABLE THE MOST POPULAR STORE IN ROCKCASTLE 5Jr r Wind Whistle I Pricey Talk Money Talks I I WE HAVE JUST- RECEIVEDD F ONE OF THE NICEST BUT WHAT YOU GET OF US FOR YOUR MONEY I TALKS IvIOREI QUOTATIONS PowerfulLanguage COMPLET and Ever Brought to rodlle dJjAlso Have a ClothingRangingWe ask all to in and our line of GENERAL i MERCHANDISE We WILL MAKE CLOSE PRICES ou SHOES Have one of the most complete line of Shoes in BRODHEAD ICY pairAPries JOtM From 105 per hundred and Upward GROCERIES atthe t pic idilfor Produce per lb for Remember the place Your Trade respectfully solicited C H BRODHEAD KY WABDv 0 Mrs J A Oliver of Livingston is visiting her mother Mrs Sallie Jones J M Nortons children are just recovering from a severe case oft the measles Rev James Cummins will preach at the Cummins school house Satur day night and Sunday Mrs Sue Mullins Mart Hicks and sunIdaybrother John G Cummins Miss Sarah Wallen and Mrs Ella Norton visited their brother Rev O M Wallen of near Bee Luck and report him improved in health 1Ir1Johndren all of whom except his oldest son Joe who lives in Missouri were with him in his last hours The remains were laid to rest in the Scaggs Creek burying Sunday The bereaved family have the sympathy of the entire community SAVE THE LOVED ONES Mrs Mary A Vliet Newcastle Colo writes I believe Ballards Horehound Syrup is superiorfo another Y cough medicine and will do all that is claimed for it and it is so pleasant to take My little girli wants to take it when she has no need for it Ballards Horehound Syrup is the great cure for all pulmonary ailments Z5C 5oc and ioo at Chas C Davis drugstore So the convicted Cuban postal thieves are expecting help from Washington This is not surprisr ing but it would be very surprising if they got it W W Astors London paper says America has no useJor gentle men If it had added of the W W Astor stripe it Avotifd haVe stated 3facL lOUR APPEAL TO YOU IN Pretty AND EST LIVES of Dry Goods N come examine JOVBsPRIeEs High i6c FRITH Land Stock and CropI 0 Marcus Sigman sold to Mr Cook of Lancaster a mule forioo J C Hayes bought 41 yearlings in Laurel county ranging fronri6 o 24 each A one third interest of the White rock quarry near No i tunnel Ramsey has bought th Sam Pennington property in the Western part of town frI50 a very low price Cheap corn is nor to be expected for a long time to come no matter how bountiful the crop of 1902 maybe The granaries of the world are empty and old corn in the feeding districts will be a scarce article next winter At the same time t country is full of cattle and the de wand for pork sufficient to justi raisers in raising more hogs tha- tever Several bountiful crops corn will be needed to glut the 01marketLive Stock World Chess Noel has engaged his lambs at 5 cts straight and hogs at 5 cts J G and J E Sims of Con lishville bought of Frank Leona 8 head of long yearlings at 28 pe r he dB F Sand rsBroweighed to Simon Weil Monday 79a1300 lb cattle at 65JGilliam who runs the elevator at Burgin purchased 2000 bushels of wheat Saturday at So cents from1 Joseph Perkins to be delivered Burgin Harrodsburg Herald HERBINE CURES Fever and Ague A dose w usually stop a chill a cantinuan always cures Mrs Wm fir Strot Midlothian Texas May 31 1899 writes We have used Herbine in our family for eightyears and fou evertfou or and malaria 50 9 at Chn Ci Davis c1rugslni IMPORTANT IIWE have now on sale 5oo pairs of the celebrated OX BREECHES Every Ipair is sold under a strict guarantee of Another pair free if these IinterestLJoG BakerSame Eooils For Less honey I kore Goods For Same money rIL BRODHEAD u The Rev Stinnett preached at Gum Sulphur last Sunday J Thos Cherry is in the city this week buying spring goods Miss Nannie Yadon is visiting relatives and friends at Rowland cornsmenced putting down their side walks Miss Bessie Honk of Mt Ver non visited Miss Lucy Newland last week Mr Larkiu Hicks went to Pine Hill this week to inspect and load whipstocksEditor of the Interior Journalmade this place a flying visit Saturday IrIFY came down witTTBTor Hartsfield Sunday Mort Owens was arrested and taken to Mt Vernon last Monday charged withstealing z Mrs Job Yonce whose illness has been reported in these columns before is growing steadily rseI Rev A J Pike preached an churchsSunday to a largeaudi ence Woodyard and Hiltonare haying erecteddon main street also a blacksmith shop x eMiss Jennie Payne of Crab Orch art has been here for a few days displaying a handsome line of millinery goods Mrs Press Tharp has moved t Lebanon Junction where iliusband has a position of fireman on theLr N v V Misses Reca Baker Rissie Wil Hams and Alza Thompson were th HiltoheU1 Mrs Mona Dunn returned Sat accoivPanedin y who will visit relativesrThe decision of thejudges Capt Albrightangd t was a popularone with the audience Bro Hartsfield of your town preached a very interesting sermon icat tine Christian church Sunda highlrdY Ioe Jewdaysafterwhiohjhe will be sent to West Virginia by the firm he represents Mesdaines Colyer and Brooks tatattend the funeral of Mrs DaVid Holdman who was the pretty Miss Capitola willill close twceour s idand Cleve Cable will enter a busi ness college at Lexington The old fiddlers contest came o tiicdwonerfirstLafkinMartin of Rowland third H G Ho ward fourth and Robert Hicks J J l HANSFORD j o Miss Lula Dyre went to Mt Vernon Monday John Kiucer says there is nothing like law for him Dan Bullock went to Mt Ver non last week on importantrbusinss Dud McClure who has been sick for six weeks is able to be out again Mr Frank Bullock got married to Miss Liz ie Renner Wednesday March 26th J B Price has closed his work in the Arbuckle Signature business Gentry Eaveus has decorated his farm by recting a new picket fence around4f IN G Nicley says it takes a good to hold these hill sides especi U lt ll Om bih = John W Cash of Wabd vicinity and the noted bible agent passed through our town yesterday Wm McKinney is in a very critical condition with rheumatis in the back A J Cress bought of Fillard McClure one hog and six of George Bullock paid 986 for the seven F N McClure has moved from the O J Towery farm to the place known as the old Billy McClure farm Wm Niceley and chief counsel Uncle Lige Childers are still onI terms and would remind you 1OOd brothers when out playing Wra Rowe the socialist of out townis right now some one of 0liisfriends have presented him a finer d Arm and Hammer brand soda cap DirT J Price our physian of thisnpart about twice a week wearing greetshJiW Kirby has transplanted abbu i50 peach trees and planteH QiieHalf bushelof seed Uncle Johnhas lots of friends but will have more when peaches come inJJiTr Hart e Renee who lives okaggyI was upon tide of Friday eight March 28th to give possession Harve took up quar ters with George Deatherage until the waters run down WALKS WITHOUT CRUTCHES I was much afflicted xyith SedgIcrutches and suffering a deal of pain I was indvxad to try Ballard S Snovy Liniment which relieved me I used three Joe bottleS It is the greatest liniment I ever used bar numberff eI as tvaluek without crutches able to perform theIt yhy Jdrngstnt w Jj I I PANTS From Zee up lI Mens Suits from 2 zo toiozr ChildrensSuits65e75c100 f 4 CONtftAY o A N Ballard of Cartersville was here Monday on business Luther McCollum and wife were here visiting from Bcrea first of weekMiss Alice Barclay was here from Richmond visiting relatives fist of the week Samuel Lambert will quit work ou the Gap section and will farm this yearIBIMcGuireE O Branaman and Hugh Edwards were in Mt Vernon last Tuesday on business- J C Rimell and James Prewitt were here Vednesday closing a- llantrt1 l OI J McGuire was here from Goochland first of the week visiting his brother W B Sam Johnson has secured a job on the Gap section and moved to Boons Gap tunnel last Monday Mrs J H Sigman returned home last Saturday alter a pleasant visiUwith relatives in Jeffersonville Ind The Conway Mercantile Co has sold their entire Rockcastle poses sions to the Rouridstone Land Company J W Laniberl and Miss Nancy SquierReynolds r bonds of matrimony at thee home of the bride on Clear Creek last Monday evening I BEAUTY AND STRENGTH Are desirable You are strong and vigorous when your blood is pure Manynay most women fail to properly digest their food and so become pale sallow thin and weakwhile the brightness fresh ness and beauty of the skin and complexion depart Remedy this unpleasant evil by eating nourishing food and taking asmall dose of digestI notIforges that there are yellow army officers as well as yellow journals A DOCTORS BAD PLIGHT Two years ago as a result ofa voiceaofgHebron Ohio then began anob stinate cough Every remedy known to me as apracticing physi dan for 35 years failed and I daily grew worse Being urged to try Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds I found quick relief and fortlie last ten days have felt better than for attvo years n Positively guaratteed for Throat and Lung troubles Sold by all druggists 560 and roo TrinKbittles free I WANT YOU SO 0 grassNever IAllsleep When thro the t afar ir The pale face I whisper to ti f I want yo All thro the I Uead m I have not- grace I wear no But when tt AndPeac era ll What wronge none tM can knot I want yousol1 I have not ti my eyes From green earth are blue o skies And I still hear as once I heard The splash of stream and song of rtTheltvay seen wsmool lJeIOre myr fdtetllId An rea life fair and sweet 5 Yet in the dusk these tears will flow I want you so I want you oxIve wished no other laugh less free No other smile less glad for me i And I have turned with sudden fear Lest man should mark that ua= 1 shed tear Or iVhennameaBut no passes iSay is it wrong to make this cry Thank God dear love that you can 4f know I wain you so I want you sot SCAFFOLD CANE Fire atChicago ccauseda loss off x- I v 0000 Uow About Your Heart t Feel your pulse a few minutes r Is it regular Are you short of breath t after slight exertionkas going up stairs sweeping walking etc Do you have pain in left breast side or between shoulder blades chok ing sensations fainting or smothering spells inability to lie on left side If you have any of these symptoms you icertainly have a weak icart A and should immediately take I Miles Dro Heart Cure f Mr F H Oaks of Jamestown N Y J whose genial face appears above save- Excessive use o affected heart I sufferedsevere J pains about the heart and in the left shoulder and side while thc palpitation would awaken me from m Sleep began taking Dr Miles Heart Cure and soon found permanent relief Sold iy all Druggists Dr Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind N I r ir MtVernon Signal I FRIDAY APR 4 1902 Published every Friday byI EDGAR S ALBRIGHT alA SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO u Advertising rates made known on application THE bill prescribing a form of government in the Philippines as reported in the Senate Monday by Senator Lodge provides that the commission may establish popular representative government in the islands so far and so fast as the communities show their capability As soon as complete peace shall 7have been established a census to s be taken showing the rapacity of the inhabitants for selfgovern tent The Philippine Government is authorized to establish mint a Manila anti any owner of silver bullion of the value ofIoo or more may deposit the same fo coinage into dollars containing 416 grains The silver dollar is made r the legal tender in the islands REPRESENTATIVE TAIBERT 0 Roosevelts having vetoed several bills intended to clear the military record of men who deserted the United States army during the Civil War when IIne said in a short sneech in the HousehI see that the Chieforne to my assist oil o honor by tleserte hh the Pre ng else I h ion in this n to against the er tion bills for t Dir ioci ATScornluittee charged wit investigating the slab MMfapt Christmas of Denmark tha Abner gagedrA p ers in connection with th 4 gotiatlons tor t1jepurc Srof tfie Danish West Indies will see that the investigation is nota white washing affair It is not the first time that Abner McKinleys man has been connected witli scandal EVERYBODY will have to agre that there is such a thing as a good trust now that the National Trus- for Places of Historic Interest and Natural Beauty has been incorporated by a number of patriotic ladies vashington1Tne look out for and preserve places of historic interest to take care of the beautiful natural parks of the country to prevent their disfigure ment or destruction either by van dalism or commercialism TIlE heighth of absurdity would seem to have been reached when the Attorney General was asked to render an opinion as to whether club women can constitutionally discriminate on account of color It has ahvays been our idea that a elubwas a private affair and that its members could and did discriminate against anybody and for any reason that they pleased even casting e blackballs for no reason at all Gave individual aversion or preju dice HON JAMES M GRIGGS 0 Georgia who was unanimously chosen for chairman of the Dem ocratic Congressional Campaign committee is believed to be just eatlthings started with more confidence of electing a majority of the House than this one now has NEMBERS of the G A R who have for several years teen fight iug Pension Commissioner Evans are wondering what they gained by his resignation now in the hands of Mr Roosevelt since the latter has publicly said that the chStige is only to be in the head of tlle P ensiou Bureau end not in its c policy v r t 1 OLD HICKORY CHIPS o By Our Associate Editor Now that King Eddy has decid to pay for a coronation dinner led the poor of Loudon his personal are hoping to get some cash from the same source The Hatfields are still killing revenue officers in the mountains of Pike County Ky and getting killed The last engagement resulted in two dead on each side Teddy and Speaker Henderson are said to have formed a trust to hold up in the House such legisla tion as they do not approve until after the Congressionalelection Hanna has been again denying that he is a candidate for the Presi dency Of course he isnt it is only an amateur like Teddy who wouldacknowledge his candidacy this far ahead The Panama lobby doubtless severaltfundtif Hanna can succeed in his efforts to head off the Nicaragua Canal bill SenaterIt will require some time for the country to get accustomed to the republican theorythat the com mander of the army has no business- f to have or express opinions on military matters Abner McKinley might stop rid ling around in private parlor cars long enough to answer a Jew ques tions asked by the Congressional committee that is investigating the Capt Christmas bribery story Is it because he is such a bitter antiStates rights man or because- f the scheme can be better manipulated by the republicanbosses under Federal control that Mr Roosevelt opposes State control of irrigation canals dIf Senator Burton acts upon the request of those Kansas G A R men and protests to the President against the promotion of Pension Commissioner Evans he will estab lish a new record for meddling im pudence Teddy leas changed his mind about kicking Terry Powdtrly out Ac inCA Jnr11atTerry still had a pull he an nounced that it was his intention to give him something just as good as his present place The famous battlefield at Busaco Portugal where the Duke of Well ineiSio has been turned into golf betin need of a society for the preserv ation of historic places Commissioner Fvans will lose his job but it must be as comforting to him as it is irritating to the pension ring tha t has hounded him to know that Mr Roosevelt has declared that the Evans policy shall be continued by the new head of the Pension Bureau NEWS ITEMS o Dr Thomas Dunn English au thor fCBen Bolt is deadiThe blast furnace workers of America will demand an eighthour day There was a fatal accident on the Illinois Central Tailroad at Brook port Ill- One Russian army officer killed another while their regiment was on parade Fellowsferect a at Paducah to cost 40000 The German Emperors new yacht Metjeor sailed from New York for Southampton The number of perso skied in the mine accident at Dayton Tenn may reach twenty five An American warship will be sent to Santo Domingo on account of a revolutionary movementin that island The Louisville Bridge Company paid the city 15015274 m full for delinquent taxes yearsljS94L56 J The Ohio Legislature passed lhi Ripper Bill taking the Toledo po lice force out of the control ofe Mayor Tones XvV v College athletes were stationed at the polls in Chicago to head off attempts at illegal tactics in the aldermanic election The Philadelphia and Reading railroad announces a reduction oft fify cents per ton in the price of anthracite coal The members of the local painters union have won their fight for wage scale of 250 a day an in IIa of 25 cents Tile British ship Cambrian Prin cess was sunk in a collision in the Englishchannel and eleven mem bers of her crewwere downed The flood damage in Shelby and Bedford counties Ten n is estimated at from 1500000 to 2000 000 Hundreds of persons ar homelessBy of 67 to 61 the House at Washington defeated an amend ment proposing an appropriation to keep burning the light in the torch of Barjholds Liberty statue in New York Bay CRAB ORCHARD 0 Mrs Sam Scott of Somerset i sI visiting her sister Mrs J F Hol damMrs RL Collier Brodhead visited her mother Mrs Tatum on last Saturday- D C Payne is moving from his farm back to town his family do not like the country Mrs Country of Rockford Ill is here visiting her parents Mr and Mrs E G Dick Miss Ella Smith is teaching a successful school at the White schoolhouse two miles from Cra OrchardW Edwards and son Robert left here on the 2nd for Ind Ter If be likes the country his wife and younger son will go later on Miss Jennie Payne nas returned home after several days stay a Livingston where she disposed of a quantity of her millinery goods Misses Roxie and Doctie Spang ler of Preachersville visited their grandparents Mr and Mrs An drew King of GumSulphur as 7Saitfraay an Suuay Crab Orchard can boast of an other M DjV F Philips from Burning Spring Ky having nt ed the old Burch property an moved into it recently E Bullock the fruit tree drum mer of Rockcastle county was in the postoffice this morning very much elated with his success in business He said he had sold to one man a bill of trees amounting to 64560 The purchaser con templates planting 75 acres in frui trees on Brindle Ridge where he intends opening a cannery when his trees come into bearing The Easter storm isand seem to have come to stay I gues there were very few young ladies who had the pleasure of showing off their Easter hats I can re member when Easter was called show day at the churches and ifit happened to be an unfavorable day for showing off fine clothes there would be weeping and wailing among the feminine sex but I think with all our colleges and schools women these days should go to church with a higher motive than to show off their fine clothes The body of Mrs D G Hol man arrived here Tuesday from Mobile Ala She was Miss Capi tola Slaughter of this place She had been married about 14 months went with her husband to Alabama last September She was a lovable and attractive woman about 21 years old Bi other Livingston made a very appropriate talk over the remains at the Christian church after which they were laid to rest in the Crab Orchard Ceme tery by the side of parents She youughusband er towhom she had been a mother since their parents died Maylius band sister and brother follow on in the footsteps of the meek and lowly Savior so that when the summons comes they may be ready as she yastogoup higher and meet their lovedone again t where there will be no more part ting forever Mr and Mrs Jno Z Carson Mrs Carson being a sister JOf Mrs Holman came in with the corpse and ale spending a few days with Mrs Claudy Holman Mr Carsons sister Superintendent of Public Instruc tion H V McChesney has prepar ed a synopsis of the school law passed which every teachers should read Teachers will not be allowed to count Institute week BANK STATEMENT 0Statement showing the financial condition of the Bank of Mt Vernon at the close of business March 131 1902 1lutSOURCES 35969e445 39 Due from Natnl banks 598157 Mortgages 933700 jCurrency 264839 Furniture and fixtures 41745 Current Expenses last Quarter a3io 55 j 281 93 j 602 48 55 3197 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in in cash 15000 Surplus Fund 200 Undivided Profits 159981 Deposit subject to check oh which interest is not paid 3833216 5513197 STATE OF KENTUCKY County of Rockcastless I W L Richards Cashier of The Bank of Mt Vernon a Bank located and doing business in the town of Mt Vernon in said county being duly sworn says the forego ing report is in all respects a true saidbat on the 3rst day of March 1902 tQthe best of his knowledge and belief and further says that the business of said Bank has been transacted the location named and not else where and that the above report is made in compliance with an official Secretarytofof March 1902 astlie day on which such report shall be made W L RICHARDS Cashier 1JONAS Directors J E4 HOUK- Subscribedand J VVornto before me by W L Richards the 2nd day of April 19021M C MILLER C R CC dTaiaandseeathave no effect on harness treated- th lIlnh-s Eureka Har Hess ail It re the damp lcepathcleath if Jt1l1cdo not break No rOluur Jrage chafe- ndcut JI The ltsaness rut r 4lookillg 1new but r wears twice EurcltatHarness OiL Sold reverywhere in cans 5altsize bys Oil Company HOUSEWORK lToo much housework wrecks wo mens nerves And the constant care of children day and night is often too trying for even a strong woman A haggard face tells the storyof the overworked housewife and mother Deranged menses leucorrhoea and falling of the womb result from overwork Every housewife needs a remedy to regulate her menses and to keep her sensitive female organs in perfect condition WINEOF CJRJ1is doing this for thousands of American women today It cured Mrs Jones and that is why she writes this frank letter Qlendeane Ky Feb 10 1901 CarduliI hate felt for I am doing my own work without any help tad Iwashed last week and was not one bit tired That shows that the Wine is fleshiertltanloverand eat hearty Before I began taking laydownfinowId9 not think ofIyng down through the day Mas RICHARD Josse 1glOO AT DBUOCilSTS Pot advice and literature address yip TheChattanooga r 4 ARE YOU DEAF d ANY HEAD NOISES IALLCASES OF DEAFNESS OR HARD HEARINC ARE NOW CURABLE bv our new invention Only those born deaf are incmable MEAD NOISES CEASE IMMEDIATELY 1501Gentlemen F A WERMAN OF BALTIMORE SAYS a full history of tar cane to be used at your dwcrctiontabout years ao uiy right car began to sing and this kept on getting worse until I lost tnv entirelyI catarrh for three months without any success consulted nUB br of physicians among others the most eminent ear specialist of this city who told me that ouly an operation could help me and even that only that the head noises wont foreverI and ordered your treat meat After I had used it only a few days according to your directions the noises ceased ana today after five weeks my hearing in the diseased car has been entirety restored I thank you a hcnrtilv and bet to remain Very truly yours F A WERMAN 730 S Broadway Baltimore Md Oi treatment foes not interfere with your visual occupation adricc frCYOU CAN CURE YOURSELF AT HOME at a nominal cost INT it3AL AURAL CLINIC 596 LA SALLE AYE CHICAGO ILL buycarriages a1e rates Our system cf thocountryPUrchawoto us and we will pay freight charge both ways We can also Save two PMitsequipmentsWrite t describe the buggies surreys phsstons etc that barelmadeourfactoryfamous lor their high grade mdhaveTHE COLUMBUS CARRIAGE HARNESS CO J 77towithoZlleatheBufirg onSInIe tr1 Shipment from folunilni Write to n xreat office Bum y Ilars s I1ce r2JotTai Psihcytcmporarily constipation nrathiff the boweb but regular action cannot be secured 1ntil6ithe liver secretes enough bile to make 5execute their natural functions Unnatural 1agitation caused by cathartics 11compels continual and increasing doses to attain the results S i j ChillII e s j e and Fever and every form of Malarial Bilious Remitting and Inter miffing Fevers and by goingto the seat of the trouble works permanent cure FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTCE i5Chas C Davis Drugstore 1 Horse Shoe BrandsG- RADEFERFILIZERSHIGH BONE AND POTASH hundred CORN AND WHEAT Grower 1 20 per bundled Notes with 6 per cent and approved security payableoa for before December 25 1902 will be accepted Sold bY V jcJR SMITH s JI Fe WATSON fBrodjiead Ky ASTHMA CURE FREE ASTHMALENE BRINGS INSTANT HELIEF And Permanent Cure in All Cases SENT ABSOLUTELY FREE ON RECEIPT OF POSTAL THERE is nothing like Asthmalene It brings inI even in the worst cases It cures when all else fails saysYourcondition I cannot tell you how thankful I feel forthe good derived from it I was a slaw chained yearsItormentingdiseaseyourselves but resolved to give it a trial To m astonishment the trial acted like a charm Semll me a fullsize bottle W E ASTHMALENEit by mail POSTPAID ABSOLUTELY FREE OF CHARGE to any sufferer who will wi ite for it even on a postal Never mind though you are despairing however bad your case ASTHMALENE will relieve and cure The worse your case the more glad we are to send it Do not delay Write at once addressing DR AFT BROS MEDICINE CO 79 East 130th St N Y City JBSold by all Druggists GO TO JONAS MCKENZIE MT VERNON 1KYJ for EverYthinL T Dr Goods Clothing Boots and Shoes ana G If Merchandise T T fiKSTGpGDS AT LOWEST PRICWS i il Mt Vernon Signal Mt VEIU ow Kv APR 4 1902 LOUreVLLC NASHVILLE R R cJ TIME TABLE 24 north 1105 a 26 north u 112a m 23 south 200 p w 25 South 148 a m TAS LANDRUM Agent Entered at th Hc1cIIaclaM MASONIC Ashland Lodge No 640 meets 4th Monday AID iriiT VERNON It A CHAPTER No 140 MEETS every FOURTH MONDAY at 2 pnl CHURCHES Christian Holds services 1st Sri San daj at II am and at 630 p Preefeyterian Holds services on the 2n and 4th dundy morning and evening Baptist Church Services on the Second Saturday night and Sunday Sunday School at 9 a m every Sunday Prayer meeting on Tuesday nights r PERSONALS 0 W F McClary was in Louisville this week F L Thompson went to Louis yule yesterday Miss Mary Pease is in Louisville taking a business course Mr J T Chewuiug was up from Livingston Wednesday Bert Whitehead returned Sunday from a trip through the West Mrs John W Brown and Miss Mat Williams went to Louisville TutSdayrMrs Emma Fish has returned from a visit to relatives at Fountain Head Tenn Mr J A Landrum has moved toI the house from G S Gn ffiIiMiss Dove BtI etcher spent Fric day until Monday with friends in WilliamsburgY Miss Lucy Brock has accepted position as stenographer in C C Williams taw office J A Wood returned Saturday in morning from Louisville where he went to buy new goods j W P Hayes and Arch Albright two of the best Big Glades farm-s ers were here Wednesday Mrs Elizabeth Cook returned J home Monday after a visit to her daughter Mrs G M Ballard J Clarence Ferguson has been given the day job at Sinks while Minor Fish holds it down at night Miss Lida Cook one of Living stons most charming young ladies is the guest ofMrs G 11 Ballard- J J Ping went to Jackson coun ty Monday to look after some very important business matters theret Mr Sutton from Laurel county has rented W A B Davis storeroom and will open up a stock of goods right away Mr and Mrs F H Hardy re turned from Colera Ala Wednesday morning Mrs Hardy is very much improved in health Dr G B Lawrence will leave the iStli for Dallas Tex to attend the Confederate Reunion He will also visit several places in Oklaho ma Drs M Penningtpn Pe Benton and E J Brown returned lat night from Philadelphia Penn where they have been for the past month taking a special course o f lecturesSenator George T Farris who was one of the most important members of the upper House of th last two General Assemblies and who is now representing the Frank fort Chair Factory Co is here to day Senator J L Whitehead of Williamsburg and Dr S L Whitehead of Norton Va came down Saturday to see their mother wh lives with her son Will near Cove Dr S L cams on to Mt Vernon Monday to stt j sister Mrs JtialiI rr J B Reams of Orlando has a child ivhch is reported very sick Attoraey J W Brown will hear Joe Jefferson in Rip Van Winkle at the McCauley Louisville tomor rows night e LOCALS a CONTESTl NIGHT APRIL 12 1902 llQeThe SIGNAL and Twicea Week CourierJournal one year for 150 LOST A bunch of keys includ ing a post office key on a heart shaped key ring Finder of same will please return Signal office and receive reward FOR SALEI have for sale i 2yearoldbulltimothy hay mar 2 1TG HIATT FOR SALETwo 5room cot tages just built pays 20 cent on investment Cheap for cahI COOPERd Ky Clarence Anderson Clay Gentry and John Rowzie were fined i and cost each for riding the trains Writs have been issued for some ten or twelve more of the boys WANTED Reliable man for Manager of a Branch Office we wish to open in this vicinity Here is a good opening for the right man Kindly give good reference when writing THE A T MORRIS WHOLESALE HOUSE Cincinnati Ohio Illustrated catalogue 4cts stamps BANKRUPTCY James C Mul lins has through his attorneys C C and R G Williams filed suit in bankruptcy Under the present it makes it very convenient for these two attorneys as all bankrupt cases from this county must go to Covington C CpreC the cases and Judge after them at the other end of theC ine and thereby rush through all s entrusted to them very J3 g lqlRUGEQPJr rheman date of the Appellate Court reversing the Franklin Circuit Court in the Pratt reckinrid e Attorney Generalship case will be filed early the April term of the Appellatea Court and Gen Robert inridge Dem now a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Governor will withdraw from the office and Attorney General Clifton Pratt Rep will occupy it Assistant Attorney General Clemi Whittemore will be Auditor Coulter under a bill passed- at the past session allowing theS Auditor to appoint the Assistant Attorney General The L N will sell tickets from here to Dallas Tex and return April 181920 and 21 fort 1875 roiind trip By leaving here on No 26 at 112 a m on 2oth connection can be made withthe special train which will leave Union Station Louisville at 1130 a m same date which train will carry MajorGeneral J M Poyntz commanding the Kentucky Division U C Vwith members- of his staff into Dallas On return stopovers will be permitted within limit of ticket Berths on standard sleeping car from Louisville toDal las will be 6 and in tourist car 250 Berths in either car will accomodate two persons ALL FOOLS DAYFor nearly two thousand years according to accounts handed down to us it has been customary on theIst day of April to mak fools of people if they can It has been considered right and even laudable to send them on all kinds of bootless errands The victim thus entrapped is called an obtainsein England Scotland France cud India as well as in all parts of the United States Poor Robin wrote this couplet in his almanac two hundred and forty years ago The first of April some do say Is set apart for All Fools Day eoopie perpetrating jokes on their friends on this day is foundin the i1f2 t F ia = i COUNT L1Wyrhe Fiscal Court met this week and fixed the coup ty levy Mrs Micajah Southards died Thursday last at the ripe old age of 66 years SMALLPOX Several cases of smallpox are reported at Danville The town is under quarantine MARRIED Miss Mary Green and Mr Harve Steele were married at London Sunday night Mrs Steele has a host of friends here who wish her the choicest blessings of this lif- eHURTDr Davis was called to Langford Monday to see Tom Robinson who was struck in the head by one of the large hooks at tached to the derrick used for lifting large rocks The injury is not serious Rev Hattsfields subjects Sun day April 6th at the Christian church Morning Whose shall those things be which Thou hast provined Evening Gods inter es tin manPurcell school house afternoon 3 oclock Christs in vitation Dont fail to attend the Old Fid dlers Contest at the Courthouse Saturday night April 12 There will be some ten or twelve of theI very best fiddlers to be found enter the contest 20 will be given inI premiums 10 to the first 6 to second and 4 to third CARD OF THANKS 0IWe desire to thank the people for the many courtesies and favors shows us during our recent sad bereavementMRS H W RICE- CHARLItY RICEJEMERSON Miss Carson will give an Ice cream and Strawberry supper at the residence of Mrs Lou Hutchison College Avenue Brodhead Ky n Saturday evening April 12 Couple 40 tsJ Single 20 Children 10 Doors open at 6 and clQse ixl Kvcrybodycotiie11 VM TEACHERS ASSOCIATIONThe- first regular meeting of the Eighth District Teachers Association will held in Harrodsburg April nth 1 2th All teachers who have the educational interests of this district at heart will attend and a great good will be done Every thing is being done by the people of Harrodsburg to make this meet as enjoyable as possible R Burton is President of the Association and Prof W C Grin of Danville is Chairman of the program cammittee Advocate WILL BECOME A LAW State Senator George T Earris says the general impression prevailing that missing Registration Bill had not been signed by the President of the Senate is probably erroneous He says the bill passed both houses was signed by Speaker Finn andI was reported back to the Senate for comparison where he is of the opinion it received the signature of President Utley Mr Farris says the disappearance of the bill delays but will not defeat the measure which he belives will ultimately become a law WITHERS Mrs Jas Lawrence is still on the mend JffbutMr John Magee has started up his sawmill on Horse Lick J E Singleton grocery hum mer passed through here Tuesday Mrs Jas Mullins of Livingston was here to see herhsister Mrs Jennings Miss Mishie Mullins after a long illnesSof consumption died Saturday and was buried Sunday She was only thirteen years old and the third one of that family that has died and gone totheir reward Mrs Hairene Jennings after a long illness of consumption passed awaysndayand wfts buriedWbii day She leaves a husband and sslThegreatest s l ftJY l 2 v LIVINGSTON 0 Miss Nannie Maddux is visiting friends in Ohio L T Stewart was here from Wildie Tuesday hdrILuther Mullins of Mt Vernon vashere Tuesday J- county E Singleton is in Jackson this week D B Langford was up from Rock castle river Tuesday JohnMagee has been quite sick for the last few days H M Mink the sawmill king was in town Saturday Aunt Ann Owens is able to walkabout theehouse again Mrs B N Roller is in Louis ville on business this week Carpenters are completing the two houses of R B Mullins Rev Combs closed his meetings here last week with 19 additions Mrs Andes of Pittsburg is with her husband at the Mullins Hotel Mrs Sarah Odell bought the C A Moore cottage on Main street Willie Mullins attended the fid dlers contest at Brodhead Saturday night F L Thompson was here Tuesday night to attend the Red Men s wigwamR Mullins was here this week and left Wednesday for Jackson county W F Tubbs has moved into W C Mullins1 property on cor Third and Main Mart Hix whoa was with his brother John G Cummins in his hours returned home Sunday Mrs Mary E Cummins moved to Oswego Tenn this week so as to be with her sons Champ and AlbertMrs Susan Mullins was called to Hansford Saturday on account of the death of her brother John G Cummiiis r JamesADxAJ11uiohth a ctarrrlr- crewto Alapsoma torepairthe road which way washed out by the recent flood Mrs Mahiala Carson returned home Tuesday after several weeks visit with relatives and friends at Mt Vernon and Ouail N John Stonsburry and Eugene Brown L N employes were transferred from here to Lebanon Junction and left for that place Tuesday night Miss Artemisha Mullins daughter of the late W G Mullins died Saturday and was laid to rest Sun day in the family burying ground at Fairview Roundstone creek L M Westerfield chief dis patcher has been promoted to master oftrains on the C V division with headquarters at Middles boro F J Fishback of Louis ville takes Westerfields place and A Moore takes Fjshbacks place IS e sPINE HILL o I Mr Win Barns of Withers was here Thursday Mr B F Mullins drummer paid our town a flying visit Monday Mr Larkin Hicks from Brod head was here Wednesday on busi nessMr J C Johnson has returned home i from an extended business trip North Mr John McFerron and cousin were out from East Bernsiadt to see the formers parents Mr and Mrs McFerron Mr Wheeler Meadows intends to make Pine Hill his future Home His many friends here will be pleased to hear this There were very few who escaped being fooled last Tuesday and those few have boasted so much that no doubt they will suffer next year Mr Jas Dolan Jr has moved his 3amily to East Bernstaidhand they will make that place their future home We regret to Jddse ourrr a5 r l ieits s IHOUK ADAMS KY F r mr- HEADQUARTERS FOR BARGAINS Liaf HOTJIC ADAMS HAVE Everything usually by all firstclass general merchants any human body can satisfied in prices and quality iA 10 U K 8 A D A s osiery Notions Ties ats gents furnishings uting cloth Oilcloth nly too cheap nderwear not to Joe nel erestima ted nobby and stylish incls of goods we cant be under sold 11 goods guaranteed and 11 prices reasonable o not miss these aily opportunities 11 people should vail themselves of Mens suits to suit an or boy o come and elect and get bargains v OUK ADAMSrLIVINGSTON Ky Ii o 0 handled be LAM PS in all the styles 1 I and cost will be sold at almost t C4GROCERIESware and Queensware t Saddles Bridles Harness collars and flames k t We are constantly reeeivj ing new arrivals of goods And will supply you very promptly call aud learn prices vjj COAL d Hay Agents for Best Brand Fertilizers also all kinds farm tools r t Goods delivered in any pa rtaof town promptly What Do You Want to Buy Anything you should need in our line are well worth your notice and should arrest your attention ifyou are looking for Bar gains Bring us your country produce and get tbfl highest market price w Phone 75 3 rings H O AJBig CHAS C DP TSUCCESSOR TO THEO WESLEY j The Place to Obtain AV Fresh T S-j 1 ALSO PatentMedicines ofall Kinds p tiGt1 v Toilet ArticlesLr f CIGARS AND TOBACCO Paints and Oils r PRESCRIPTIONS carefully Compounded at all hours day or night THE BANK OF MT VERNON MT VeRNON KY i OPENED I9oo n s4r t CAPITAL STOCK OOOtIr C C WILLIAMS PRES JAS T ADAMS VICEPRES W L RICHARDS CASHIER A B FURNISH Assr CASH i s DIRECTORS Jonas McKenzie Geo Livesay A T Fishy 1 Fiitz Krueger Rod Perry Vincent Boreing J E Hotik ff We solicit accounts of firms and individuals areJul atten tion is given collections entrusted to us Lk i Our friends and patrons are invited to call whsn in town i DANNIE OWENS J ft UNDERT KER Caskets Coffins Robes etc Kept in Stock Orders by Mail Telegraph or Telephone Promptly filled BRODHEAD KENTUCKY p WILLIS GRIFFINPractical Undertaker and FUNERAL DIRECTOR Mt Vernon Kyr Stock Complete GORNa IFINEEmbalming done on short notice Come and see ine anything I have not got can get for you on firs train that leave the city VV vV i 0 IJB3ij S3 1 i 6ml111y Tilled r- i rl Miller Hoise W J RIDER PROPK i Headquarters for Commercial Men SS Porter at all trains The VerandaHotel JOSEPH COFFEY PROPR StanfoidKy Specially equipped for traveling men Sample room on first floor Bath rooms free to guests RATES 200 per day Hotel Frith R L COLLIER Propr Located at the Depotr gg5 BRODHEAD KY GOOD LIVERyATTACHEDI Meet Traveling Men and Railroad r men Solicited Will furnish Lunches for all trains Francisco Tyree J MONUMENTAL WORKS vv Brodhead Ky 4 Granite Monuments es ALTCIASSV N 1r A f- FeW TO w COLORADO UTAH PACIFIC COA ST t In effect Sunday May 19th The new train will leave Sc Louis cj oo a m daily the evening trai to same points 10 10 p in da Through sleeping car service be 1Ntddrkea Louisville Ky JH C TOWNSEND Genl Passr and Tkt Agt St Louis L Iofall kinds I1H1 Call at the Rfcriml office Mfr Yrrmvn ILOUISVILLE 6 RY to nOUBLE DAILY TRAINS UETWEIUl E93feYije na Sin Lapis srcr Cars on JTrahiJ brae Sleepers on fisi Traira orraifSSoil farther iafonuatlou dc sILJ IRWIN G iv LOUISJaLE KY j Con resMjrai Griggs of GaM chaitniSM f the Democratic Con gresin Campaign Committee is the irt n f nsiler who wins victo rie s In votking for the- mTired Out I was very poorly and could hardly get about the house I was tired out all the time Then I tried Ayers Sarsaparilla and it only took two bottles to make me feel perfectlywellMrs N S Swin ney Princeton Tired when you go to bed tired when you get up tired all the time Why Your blood is im pure thats the reason II You are living on the border line of nerve exhaustion Take Ayers Sarsaparilla and be 11 quickly curec 100 s All bottleI AyersI e to write for our confidential letter before ap plying for patent it may be worth money We promptly obtain U S and For- eignPATENTh and TRADE FTARKS or retranJEM nttorneys fee Send TFREEthe best legal serVIce and our charges are moderate Try us SWIFT CO s PEtCif liwyelS5 Opp US Patent OfilceWasIiinflton DC COURT CALENDAR COUNTY COURT Fourth M onRday in each month- QUARTERLY COUKT Fiist Mon day in January April July and October CIRCUIT CUURT Second day in February Fourth dayTon in May and Third Monday in temberIJvlTVERNON POLICE CO- URTKIOTM 2 Ln 1 = == == r NtlferjiojiTejitSlo 21 MT VERNON KY MEETS every ist and 3rd Mon in each month 730 p m rllday TAS E HOUK COM J PING REC KEEP 1RILEY HOUSE lF B RILEY Prop LONDON KY- 1sHEADOUARTERS for iCoin mercial men Good Sample Room and convenient to Depot Rates 2 00 per day M L MYERS DentistMT Ky I FIRSTCLASS Wo OFFICE In the Krueger new brick PHONE No 38 pA Pennington D DSMD DEWTST N W Cor Third and Chestnut Sts LOUISVILLE KY Will be at Miller House Mt ernon during all Circuit Courts A C Williamswr AllO RNEY ATLAW MT VERNON KY OFFICE On 2nd floor of TheBank of Mt Vernon on street =Special attention given collections MULL NS HOTEL Mrs Sue Mull ins PropsI LIVINGSTON KYIRATES 100 PER DAY Pleasant location every con ven tsJallmImerctal J si 4 f 1 i5zi s The Lexington Kyjjrand jury charges the investment or deben ture companies with embezzlement and fraud of other sorts IThe hotter the tariff war now being waged by republican news papers gets the score democrats win be elected to the next House r A NEARLY FATAL RUNAWAY NoaIleg of J B Orner Franklin Grov Ill which defied doctors and all remedies for four years Then Bu kleus Arnica Salve cured him f Just as good for Boils Burns Bruises Cuts Corns Scalds bkiu Eruptions and Piles 250 at all druggists drug store Secretary Long has made a bid for the prohibition vote by coming out in favor of the christening of warships with water instead of wine WIELDS A SHARP AX Millions marvel at the multitude of maladies cut off by Dr Kings New Life PiUs the most distressing too Stomach Liver and Bow troubles Dyspepsia Loss of Appetite Jaundice Biliousness Fever Malaria all fall before these wonder drugIIt is now pretty well known t Cuban independence will hav stout string attached to it and t heldYCWashington SPECIAL TRAIN TO DALLAS TEX ACCOUNTCONFED ERATE REUNION APRIL 2225 Leaving Louisville via L R 1130 a m SUND APRIL 20TH going via Memp thence the IRON 1jI0UNTA ROUTE through Little Rock to Texarkana and the Texas and Pacific Railway to Dallas Reclining Chair Cars Coac Standardpopera on to throughDALLAS rE 21 Connection will rgnde r pointsthe on non Junction and Middiesboro eDirection ash Specialbe furnished by calling on NASHVILLER PERSONALLYROAD Representative The TRIP of ALL TRIPS at the Lowest Rate TexasfoldersTicket Agents or address MATTHEWST Route Louisville Ky A PINTER FOR INVENTORS 2 oeIfyou wish your patent business properly and promptly done it to SWIFT thLAWYERSOffice Washington D C TI have no dissatisfied clients Write them for their confidential lette- RKPostal card will bring it and may be worth money to you See their advertisement elsewhere in this paper HiwTory Persons have been known to gain a PfJUntU a day by taking IbULSIONhappens producesthedigestive machinery going properly so that the patient is able rdmarcharY could not do beI gainisA certain amount of flesh Is necessary for health lf you have bytakinOllS INIISIO JYou will find it just as useful an sommer as in winter and if you are l1rivingupon it dont stop iecause the weather is warm 5oc and roo all SCOTT SOWNS druggistsgy I ftJ t LEVEL GREEN LETET GREEN KY Apr Ii 19O2f allfOnlsJidayIyou Qr hindrance I suppose horn tra dition of course about 4000 years ago just after the first big wetj s rli of record tJjltd father h fooled the Raven by s H IL leeke or dry dirt when there wcrut uonej So you can loot in this article jurj moore gild find nut and be disapi pointed i The BiMe stz bitted iz tla y t theet expect nhthin fttr t hay thatrt IleJIpull hiz bar Blessed iz ihe Ati man fur he cant hear the ioiv Old rattle ov hiz wifes motile piece Blessed iz the ugly man or he that iz spoken evil ovbv allr romen fur hiz wite if lie ever have ont evils Jvvei more tender affections stoutelwoman that iz not afraid to build fires in the winter and will let her beloved take hiz morning snooze while she gets the break fast ready And the Book speaks ofmany oth tohatpen on paper oilierhmen to 1air not ritten in that book these iz ritten that men may not become discouraged but they may be led to act and by acting may be led to do something Josh Wilson and Bogue Brown have been buying hogs here at JimAYleisPrice Bros buy from 90 to 100 dozen eggs in one day at times They sell more Arbuckel Kaughpby rreemenheSfust jist az men must hav tabacky and sum ov our weemen iz fond ov the weed tooyoud think so ef kenia whisky MOW abideth these three but the great est of theses tobacco It reaches from the little tallerfaced boy in the cabin to the refined lady in the andwnythis but cant quit it No no We haint hadno mail sence Thursday and we air becomin az amitydifference that read but we have a few sub stantial citizens in Possum Holler that never take a noose paper unless another man pays for It Now dont that beat all creation and the devil thread inscot only the print r devil but old Nick too I find theyendto reacta paper et ey can set and tawk naborhood leteyandrsee can they itThis haz bin one ov the longest Vhyiscolder than the autumnal equinox and the days the same length strangehappenings ground of sorrow that crave been galled to sojourn fur a short time yet neither sperience or observa tion willedycate us Now Edput on your specks and set this article up without obis takes BUCK VARNON THE GREAT DISMAL SWAM P Of Virginia is a breeding ground of Malaria germs So is low wet or marshy ground everywhere These germs cause weakness chills and fever aches in the bones and muscles and may induce danger ous maladiei But Electric Bitter n ever tail to destroy themand cure malarial troubles They will sure ly prevent t ph4We tried many renitl iefolM allriandStomach and Liver uoublejj writes John Charleston of Byes villa 0 but never tound any thing as goad us Electric Bitters them only 5oc Satisfaction uaranteed At all druggists h i 1 tx b 55S Attention Good Dressers I Wt Have a Good ThIng and Want Everybody to Know it We have secured the exclusive right for this vicinity to take orders for the jf famous tailoring ofi IChicngo Woolens and i everyone interested inIgood clothes to call inspect them We show = NEARLY 500 PATTERNS F r by far the largest line in the country c ntsisting of many exclusive effects in Wortsteels cassimeres Scotches clays etc STRAUSS BROS make the kind of clothes you like to wear accuratelv I tailored perfect fitting distinctly above I the ordinary yet prices are no higher than you have paid for inferior goods They guarantee absolute satisfaction and with it goes our unqualified endorsement We shall begglad to have you call and you will be glad you came COX BROS Kytt1 cOG J i i1Lt II o u1isviIIe eruiersorL- S S1 Louis Railwvi Hoineseekers Excursion- A T LOTRATES TO THE WESTTickets on Sale Frst and ThirdTuesdays in MARCH APRIL and MAY 1902 I Aso Low Colonist One Way Rates to the rNorthwest and CsJiforruex Points V N N VSN IFor Further 2nforraation Address GEO L GARRETT L J iRTrav Puss Agent Gen WINILOUISVILLE KY v c A tree Picture of Gen Leek veteran who contemplates atienuiug the Reunion at Dallas 22nd to 25th will receive a handsome picture of General IApril E Lie arid a copy of his farewell address suitable for if he will send us his name and address and the name address of the Camp to which he belongs c Your best routo lo Dallas will be via Jlcrapbis The fromUCDlphlse These trains leave Memphis murninc and thusofferingR Pass Astri OndnKtl E WlJ mm Piswser rant oAt rrtf1tr frt1ni1ftvtti1i 4 t i 7 RASONsl I WHYIYo should take a Course at the f 0 Massey Business College I i I LOUISVILLE KY I 1 It is the leading Commercial School in Kentucky ttto our rnduates in f f pyrmonth i4 We pay students railroad fare to Louisville Il O Write for Ele mnt Catalogftae and Special Dltecoual jr f1riUf fIf u 3 i lf iuN3 wtq+tfrtrdtaahsK + + +6fufI fuluf p P Wt ji