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105 per hundred and Upward the LQ WES PRICES Highest sRairJ- ss S ij for jSroduce i6c per lt for butter T Remember the place Your Trade respectfully solicited C H FRITH i BRODHEA KY BEE LICK 0 Fanners of this community are quite backward with their work John Ballard of this place has gone to Ill to Mr John G Brown and wife are Mr and W H Brown at Pretty Miss Eva Brown of Quail is the attractive guest of her aunt Mrs Barnes Aron Ray of Garrard is visiting his uncle and aunt at this placer and Mrs J W Ramsey Mr Wesley Reynolds wife and five daughters of this were in Brodhead Saturday shoppingIMr Malin Gooch burg section was in this vicinity Monday on important business Mrs Josh Wilson left Sunday for Dallas and other points in Texas to visit friends and relatives H G Sutton and family of Quail were visitingG B Sutton and R W Reynolds Saturday and Sun day Misses Martha andotBessieR yn olds have goricHoiAlbia Ito spend a few days w1trf their sister Mrs Nate Gooch k Little Gracie Adams of Rock castle has been quite a pleasant guest to her cousin Miss Wilson of tliiVplace Last Monday while coming dow a very steep hill in a wagon Mr Will Delaney accidently fell from i and severity sprained his which is causiflghfm iuu 1nsep in Our hustling merchants Messr- J M and MG Reynolds are jre cerving a nice line of spring arid summer merchandise and they cordially invite the public to c nand see their new goods a Cfrauncey Depew would probably have to be put in a straight jacket ifa Depew kidshould arrive at his iiousel OUR APPEAL TO YOU IN Pretty r AMD EST LINES Dry and one roc price reside Mrs Sallie ankle Land Stock and Crop 0Catron and Wood sold to some Cincinnati parties 156 heat of sheep for 360 Henry Catron says that as soon as he can dispose of So head of hogs and 28 good yearling steers that he will quit trading and settle down to work on his farm E B Cox bought of Joe Norton 3SIJ T Stewart has engaged 1500 lambs in this county for June and July delivery at 5 and 534 cents purchasledMarch at 5 per C bought 18 head of 1400 poundcattle from George Robin son Saturday at sU cents He also bought 200 head of slop cattle in Anderson at 4U and a5 cts Harrodsburg HeraldV = lstlastof corn 7550000 bushels against 22026000 a year ago Total exports from all surplus countries were reported as against 2990531 in the previous woek and 4002889 a year ago As usual the loss was fr mtht United States with good gains from havemoved very irregularly of late with dealnings Western receipts have fallen sutd denly expanded which naturally produced a higher level of quota tions On Tuesday NO2 mixed Scorn was quoted here at 70 cents 1Dunse Careful do not now ask whoP the men propose for their daughters hands whether they can give them horses and carriages it whether they can give them beef threa tiqjesvavda3r r IMI L LTfERV 5 oi BIG of Newest things in Ladies Misses and Chlldrens Hats at Jsoe 75c 850 900 100 and tip L CAN SAVE you 5Q l cent on all your in Ladies Hatsun a r 1i eB i = tf i11 ttl moneyfioreCIC r HI ATT Miss Lillie Smith remains quite ill Valter JWnllen of Copper creek was here Saturday A C Hiatt went to Stanford Sunday and returned Holiday BoguePhillips here Tuesday Messrs H C Jones and Carli Menifee attended court at StanI ford Monday last Mrs J Cass and little daughter of Brodhead were visiting rela tives here this week Messrs Walter Boyd and James Henderson night for Cincinnati J J Smith and wife have been visiting their Cress Preachersville Drummer F L Thompson was here Thursday accompanied by Hare Dunn of Brodhead J M Cress of Preachersville was in this vicinity last week buy ing good calves at 4C also hogs at 5 cents Mr Jessie Proctor one of Wil dies fine young men was Tier Sunday enjoying the smiles of his best girl 4 Mesdames Lauretta Hiatt and Sarah Kenny this section were visiting Mrs Dr Benton ofXBrod = head Friday last AoK lt1cCIary sold to Sam Pur cell some good scorn r 3 qo also to Stephen Ramsey some short corn at iSo per barrel Messrs Willie Lear sand Richard Adams who have been erri ployed near Winchester for some time were with homefolks Sunday J r Rev R B Mahoney ofSian ford was in this icinity Saturday l1tinentallInsurance panied by Harveyj Vanhook of t- McKinney McIKinneyThey took the train Saturday nigh for Cincinnati wjiere they will make their home r j f WALKS WSOUTVClWTOaE I was much afflicted with sciaticaJ jt writes Ed Se g wick Co Kan going about on crutches and suffering dial of pain I was induced t o try Ballard Snow Liniment which relieved me thelgreirecoll a n persons all express themselves as being beuefitted by it I now walk without crutches able to perform a great deal of light labor on the farm 359 PCo 1ctQ9at Chas t C Davis drugstore f VSVVS 5 b MR J F COOPER The S OIAIS splendid and ef fiicient Iiyingsibn coi respondent ORLANDO D IMi =r Rachael Bales of Berea was visiting here Sunday and Mon flay someIrailroad use Miss Nannie Sumink of Rica ntondis here trimming hats for FProfare repotted as our most successful fishermen Andy Mason returned from Mt Vernon Tuesday where he had been visiting friends a few days Mrs M Pennington of Mt Vernon attended the organization f the Sunday school here Sunday Misses Georgia and Mattie Mc Ferrdn of Pine Hillwere the gtiestsof Mrs D G Martin Sunday IM je Evans ot Richmond is helpmglook after the business of J C Cheuatilt in thc absence of D G Martin is reported as the IOveijvans fisherman in these parts does earlier and stays later than any of the anglers Mr D G Martin has gone to the reunion at Dalas Tex He will also visit his brother at Frt aboutt the first of May Mr and Mrs J R Stuckeywere up from Livingston Sunday to as Sundayi ntso tpm each Sunday The public Ire cordially invited to attend HERBiNE CURES Fever and Ague A dose wi usually stop a chill a continuan always cures Mrs Wm M Strqud Midlothian Texas May 31 1899 writesUV have used Herbine in our family for eightyears and found it the best medicine we have ever used for la grippe fever and imalaria soc at Chas Co Davis clrtistoreb j = e F rra FURNITURE sII CAR LOAD ofnlllKINDS OF BEDS 19O2OO 225 TO 5OO Bedroom Suits i12 00 lloOO antI up Best Double Chairs at 45cts EachV 11 OUR BUSINESS JS IISUCCESSFUL POPULAR Money PrearhersyilleI COMPLET Brought godhead Agents GROCIrRIESat hundredCleo- leman 2j58565bushels STOCK Trimmed Purchases lefts teftySaturday Ma CIvudlotvayille IrsM3rtiueo FURNITURE Canebottom 0 oo L I TRY OUR CLOTHING Ii will do you good And you can keep iho Change for tbcrll f be Plenty of CHANGE TO KEEP YIr = y Just Received Fsros FactoryS f I HAT SALESMA- A COMPLETE Li FSV EVERY ONE GUARANTE AKER Latest New YoTH Styles AT POPULAR P ICES l Brad l1ee d Ky OLE 1lE1lTS t COVE Sunday school was orgauueu at Orlando Sunday C L Riddle bought a horse from W G Hiatt for 65 Wm McNew sold Henry Lawson some shoats at 4 cts per Iti Mr Craig Brynt is making soaie improvements about his place There is prayer meeting at Buck eye every Wednesday evening at 7 mMrs G M Johnson was visiting her son G Tat Wildie the first of the week Emmet Tieadway who has been visiting relatives in the West has returned Mr D G Martin has gone to Ft Worth Texas to be gone abou t ten days j Mrs Newt Seymonswas relatives at Langford Station Satur dayand SundayV v The young folks meet at the school house every Sunday after noon to practice singing THE GREAT DISMAL SWAMP Of Virginia is a breedingxground of Malaria germs So is low wet ViTheseand fever aches in the bones and muscles and may induce danger ous maladies But Electric Bitters never fail to destroy them and cure malarial troubles They will sure ly prevent typhoid We tries many remedies for Malaria an troublesywrites John Charleston of Byes ville Q but never found anything as good as Electric Bitters Try them only Soc Satisfaction guaranteed At all druggists ceDouble the price of everything eatable add about 5 percent to the earnings of the average man a the result will be what the republii cans label great prosperity If the housekeepers of the con try had votes the republicans woti be putout bf power asfast asS elections could beheld f e Iehanoee StiIElD CHFRITHV 1 714 r CHANGES IN THE COMMONV SCHOOL LAW 0 rVhich was passed by the recent Legislature withan emergency clause is as follows iIstThat 20 per cent shall beVSpaid in October November and January and 40 per cent in December 2itdThe second change re quires the County Superintendent to make his annual report br August ist instead of September I st as formerly 3NoteachershaHbe eligible as examiner on the County Board who is at the time or for six months previous thereto has been conducting OF teaching in any school college or university when teachers or those preparing to teach are making preparations to be examined for certificates tolteach in the common schools of the State throughg 20 weeks The districts now will get the full benefit of the term 20 weeks and the teachers attend the Institute on their own time line for the teachers in IRockcastle county to still remem ber that the clause compelling them to attend is still in effect T and that it is the law for each one to attend the full five days By that it does not mean one day two days but five days The time for holding the Insti tute will be announced later pc So let every teaclfer begin lomake their arrangements to attend the full five days yoursi ISBEAUTY AND STRENGTH Are desirable You are strong and vigorous when your blood is pure Inynav most women fail to properly digest their food land so become pale sallow thin and while the brightness fresh andncomplexion depart Remedy this j unpleasant evil bf eating nourish ing food and taking a small doseof digestldyou eaten soc afe t C Davis drugstore t MtVernon Signal FRIDAY APR 25 1902 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT lUDSCItdTIoN ONLY YEAR IOO Advertising known on raleS1Ilatka H H HEXK1NOEE Of Wayne county isa candidate for State Treasurer subject to the action of the Deatlc party OLD HICKORY CHIPS o By Our Associate Editor Teddy has ample reason to doubt the strength oMils pull with theI House Speaker Henderson might make a Hit by writing a little skit on KnO 1knvn5 Ivebad1I Congressman Gushing has earned a conspicuous place on Speaker Hendersons little black list J Prerpont Morgan is now through his steamship trust prepared to rule the sea as well as the landThe Sugar Trust now has a little business to transact with 1lt Sen ate and the consumers will pay the i billsThe Senatorial friA yen Miles threw a scare nd that forced retire et been pulled off The republi House anftryitT they I are at they seem to beIit Attorney Genera is kindly warned the Be to keep inside the letter oP aw while squeezing the people Twentynine cents would be a high valuation to put on the price of the republicans who have been i5 flossing the House for years Democrats in the House were taught a useful and needed lesson r by their recent victory More can- 3 be won by sticking together Congress is said to be jealous of t the big Masonic fair that is being held in Washington because of the immense crowds it is drawing JPiwpont Morgans flag isnt the skull and crossbones but his methods Bring about the same re sultsfas tilora of the oldlime pirates Cheering always remind Tedny he says of his football days Wonder what the knockdownand dragout act of the House reminded hinrof Will the republican kickers be called to the white House and lectured of will they merely be noticed that the pit counter is clos dote them The sugar Trust admits that re peal of the differential duty on re fined sugar would cut its profits to the extent of 8000000 a year Surely that is reason enough forJts repealwith the people if not with the Senate It is said that the republican in surgents in the House may go so far as to demand anew candidate for Speaker if their party controls the next House This isnt likely to be important as the change in public sentiment between now and election day Jim ClaTkson who was run over by the Hanna machine in it earlier days when he was Iowa s member o=the Republican Nation al Committee who had not made a fortune in New York where he lo cated after he had lost his political grip has been made Surveyor of the Port of New York antfassisrant engineer of the Roosevelt machine in that State That Philippine investigation turns out something disagreeable for the administrationright along Reputable witnesses have testified that toe half has not been told of inhuman cruelties inflicted upon the natives by men wearing the American uniform Public senti went against the republican Philip piue policy is daily increasing although the administration still refuses toseeitv tv A 4 f y = j 1 LEVEL GREED 0 S ring lingers but she EI believe our learned men call it she will be here in time to find the hay and fodder consumed and corn worth or selling for Sou Why do men of notoriety dis- tinctIOn and education class spring with the feminine grade and winter with the man part of creation Now I dont Think there Is any difference in the sex I think they are both galls for they run through spend or consume everything in the Wy of corn fodder hay oats Sac that we professed to be farmers have and leave our bosses cows and sheep so poor that a man with one eye could count their ribs by moon shine Now sir the truth is we really have but few any farmers in P H We plant- a f acresto corn having about half prepared the ground a small tater patch a few acres of oats in general no wheat and nqt one to a half dozen has an acneVpf meadow when we have tencte that with proper cultivation a ia little fertilize on the thinest will bring almost to perfection any of the cereals grasses vegetables or to backer and our lauds are so cheap that any one can own a small farm if he wish and with a little more industry proper economyecono my of time =and larger crops of vegetables we can come or go toJ frontRemember what Robt Burns sed when through the old man he was addressing that young feller in his Immortal and best poem Man was made to mourn Young man while in thy early Years how prodigal of time Misspending all thy precious hours Thy glorious youthful prime Yes in youth how prodigal of time yet many are so bizzy that they have no time to read and therefore take no papers others are too closely engaged and their time so well ockupide that well enough of this Catron Wood sold 175 sheep and lams to Moore Griffin o Wallistou for 325Wade Mul lins took two beeves to the butche- at Livingston Monday Brad Cum mins is selling books Nearly all are done breaking for corn and we need rain and hot weather uadlyA 0 fair crop of peaches i Sat in a hopeful state but apple- will tte setter than hens teeth On the 23rd M W DeBord wa a4 years of age when a bountiful birthday dinner was spread nndaI kind of family reunion was hel at the old homestead We have but few old men in this part now while it was once the home of the centenarian tolseems very improbable now visited the Capitul of Rockcastl- last Monday for the first time since last December having been sick all winter The old town people had changed but little that I could disern Yours very truly BUCK VARNOTd WILDIE 0 Mrs G T Johnson was visiting relatives at Withers first of the week Willie Branamaujr the operator is working at Riverside Ky this weekJ Wood Bogie Phillps and J C Rymel went to Mt Vernon Monday sHenry Smith has returned from Whites Station and gone to rail roading Joe Woods has returned from Lafallette Tenn where he has been at work Mrs W H Bower is visiting relatives and friends in Falmouth this week Rev David Hartsneld began a protracted meeting here Wednes day night Willie Jones was down Saturday and Sunday from Berea where he4 is attending school Smiling Dave Jackson was in our little village first of week talking tinware to our merchants HaslereJt Res loading lumber first aJ weeks f 7 GRAB ORCHARD 0IS A Middleton reports trade in stock as booming Mrs J F Cummins of Stanford is visiting her fathers family Mrs Bessie Siler is sick at Dr Wm Davis her grand fathers home M JHarris seems to be doing a good business in the grain trade John Cruse of color who has been on the decline for some time dropped dead suddenly Tuesday morning at his home near the depotMrs M E Fish and daughters MisAlice and Mrs J M BlachI of Knoxville Tenn are spending a few days with Mr and Mrs j C Riueheart at Livingston Dr Davis met with an accident a few days since While eating fish a small bone stuck in his throat which annoyed him very much un til Dr Edmiston extracted it with a small pair of pliers Mrs G W Spangler and Mrs Geo King two good ladies from Preachersville have thrown house hold cares to the wind and the good men of their own and are recuperating with friends in the Lone Star State Town Marshal Riddle arrested two gentlemen who were drunk last Sunday to get them to tell where they got their whisky One said he had his on hand for aI month the other said he had not seen a diop that day He more than likely drank with his eyes closedMrs S E Brooks and daughter Miss Mollie who have been spending the winter in California returned Monday to their home to the delight of their many friends They have been very much missed especially in the Church and Sum day School where Miss Mollie was an incessant worker Will A like the good son and brother that he always is at home had the home in perfect order for the re ception of his mother and sister Instiftute has a pipe which he paid grthere to be cured of drunkenness would exercise their will power and quit within themselves aud save their 12500 they too might comesTheresare three men in our town who it is said have taken the Keely Cure twicely are etdTwo good women of our town both tell a marvelous tale about hatching eggs Mrs A J Green set a hen on 15 eggs and the hen hatched 6 chickens She is posts tive that the hen only had 15 eggs hatchedareea on 17 eggs and had hatched 18 chickens She like Mrs Green counted her eggs every fay and is certain the hen had her usual number 17 up to time of hatching Mrs Magee also thinks she ought to have a pre mium as rat exterminator she hav ing killed eleven rats in her smoke house and two moles iff her gar den WITHERS 4 Rev T D Mullins preached at Fair View S nday Mr W I Dooley has moved into his new storehouse Mr Z Mullins was in Living stop Saturdayon business Mrs W aMullins has been quit sick but is some what improved Mrs Nannie Lawrence was the guest of Mrs Sarah Mullins Sun day W D Scott Spencer Mullins Jim Mullins and others went on fishing raid Monday night Mr Fraizer of Somerset passed through Monday om his way to Bi Hilt looking after tan barkv Mr and Mrs W B Sigman of Conway were visiting friend and relatives of this place the first o week Admiral Dewey says we lave the finest body of seamen in the world ill our nary and he knows JJI LIVINGSTON 0 Senator George Farris was her- eyesterdayJ T Adams of the firm of Houk Adams is in charge of the store here this week DS vI Kinney W C Mullins and W G Brison are up the river on a fishing trip Eugene Orn dorff is at home from Knoxville visiting homefolks R B Mullins was here yesterday J A Mul lins and Mrs SIr MUllins were at Mullins Statibii i yesterday taking depositions in the Mrs Taylor caseMr and Mc1raretI rence Rose were in Mt Thursday Capt W R Dillion is in Louisville W M Fields went esterdayILspokesRoy Mullins of Berea is visiting homefolks Miss Cora Adams and Edgar Griffin visited relatives at Maretburg Sunday Mrs E Fishback has returned from Bardstown where she was called on account of the death of her daughter A little daughter of Mrs Lou Quinn tell into a tub of hot water yesterday morning and was very badly burnedMrs Lou Howell has taken charge of the Mullins Hotel Walter Rivers has moved back to his farm on Pea Ridge The daughter of Mrs Martha Reynolds of Maretburg is very ill with fever at the home of George Reynold ADDITIONAL LOCALS Col T P Hill and a Mrs Paten were married at Stanford Wednes day MrL T Houk writes from Jamestown Ind that his son John who went to Ashvllle N C some several weeks ago for his health has returned home but in no way improved if anything worse as the trouble seems to have left his throat and gone to his lungs The thing that is worrying Dave Purdom and Sim Davis no little bit is whether or not the chickens which they have just hatched in their new incubators have any father and mother however as to 0the father they have about agreed but a veigreat doubt entertain ed as to the mother yourJellyIhc old fashioned why Soul them by the new quick absolutely curs wayby a thin coatIng ot Pure Relined Parmne Hu no tante or odor It air t1gh and geld appliedUsetulln about the house Full directions with each cake Sold everywhere Made by i STANDARD OIL CO STOPS PAIN U01BrerrnHeredback atomaoh and legs with terrible kbdomealThedfordaBlaclcIruJrbt timeins rsldfarethere are woman in ttieusands of heseea today who are bearing those terrible mflRstraal pains b silence If you are eno of these we vast to say that this same WINECARDUJ will bring yeu perwaiwst relief Con sole yeurself wilfir the knowledgo that complstelgy on suffered from leucorrhsea Irregular menses headache backache and bearing down pains Wine of Cardui stop all these aches and pains ffor you Purchase a 100 bottle of Wine of Cardul today arid take it in the privacy of your hone bepartmente f I a L Qs ARE YOU DEAF T ALL CASES OF OR ARE NOW by our new invention Only those born deaf are incwablef HEAD F A WERMAN OF BALTIMORE SAYS yae a full history of my case to be used at your ilferrctton About e years ago tny right ear began to sing and this kept ou getting worse until I bet mY hearing in Una ear entirely I underwent n treatment for catnrrh for three months without snysucceM coniwltcua num ber of physicians among others Uc mart eminent ear of this city who told ax that only aa operation could help me and even that temporarily that the head noises woald then cease but the hearing the affected ear would be I then saw your advertisement accidentally in a New York per and ordered your treat ment After I had usd it only a few days according to your direction the noises c aed ate rive weeks my heAring in the diseased ear has been entirely restored I Utaak yes heartily and beg to remain Very truly yours F A WBRMAN 7306 Broadway Baltimore U4 Our treatment does not interfere with your usual occupation advisee freeYOU CAN CURE YOURSELF AT HOME INTERNATIONAL AURAL CLINIC 596 LASAUE AYE CHICAGO lil f1 7 ake ANY HEAD NOISES DEAFNESS HARD HEARING CURABLE NOISES CEASE IMMEDIATELY 1901Gtnttemtn ont gill til1g Isecretesexecute their natural functions Unnat ural agitation caused cathartics II compels continual and increasing doses to attain results eadsoesf I theSFIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLI At Ch- asHorse G Davis Drugstore Shoe Brands H IGHGRADE FERTILIZERS BONE AND POTASH Grade No211cr hundred AND WHEAT Grower 1 20 per hundred Notes with 6 per cent and approved security payable before December 25 1902will be accepted Sold by 4J J SMITH JF WATSON Brodiead K- BMONEYGOES jiq PURTrieRgar At the Store o- fKRUEGERSONS Mt Vernon Ky THAN ANY OTHER STORK in ROOKS CASTLE EVERY Piece good house wp TODATEworn stuff ot hinds Everything a J B as oi at a m t fh Y a it y or e s by the peo can be found our Store We are not killing for that ill the Life Trade OUR NEEDED competition LINE OF GENERAL is away up G and you will miss a IIplaceFIND MERCHANDISE US and get low the Big Brick next the post office near railroad crossing 1 GO TO JONAS MCKENZIE MT VERNON KY for Everything in Dry Goods Clothing Boots and Shoes ara Getftt Merchandise BEST GOODS AT LOWEST PRIeS IA NEARLY FATAL RUNAWAY Started horrible ulcer on the leg of Orner Franklin Grove Ill which defied doctors and remedies for four years Then Bucklens Arnica Salve cured him Just good for Boils Burns Bruises Cuts Corns Scalds Skin alIIdruggists mlaa3 cure constipation by the by the tM CORN on of in our ii NeW and No shop ple in big of in prices in t all A SHARP AXrWIELDS at the multitude of maladies cut off by Dr Kings New Life Pills the most distressing too Stomach Liver and = Bowel troubles Dyspepsia Loss of Appetite Jaundice Biliousness Fever Malaria all fall before these wonder workers 250 at alltstore a m y T Mt Vernon Signal =Mt VERi3 NKY APR 251902J LOUtCVIbLC A NASHVILLE R R J CJ TIME TABLE 24 north 1105 a m 26 north irisam 23 south 200 p m 25 South 148 a m TAS LANDRUM Agent 6leud shpt lit irrou Hy 1IMtoScft we eitdcl rail mtttr MASONIC thaayYyL VERIIOr It A CHAPTER yQ 10MrET8avers FOURTH uON set 2 p m CHURCHES rTjfU Rt the Cbn6l n 1tu4IhPnuh for lst3rl gnnitaf fct 11 a sn asid 530 p k inroolO a every RU tnT Prtr MeettIJvar7Tbuid 7 7JO p The pcttic are fort a1 y invited to attend I aP rcrriMi DAVIDJIUIT8F1EMPmtor Prubyteran Holds service on the 2nd t ad 4lb SI1Juhyworajllr and craning npt ChaTch S rvice flit the Scco Saturday sight and Sunday Sun yMdehoo1 at 9 a ia every Sunday Trayir meeting oii Tuesday l1i htAtirr PERSONALS o Wm Arnold continues very illM Lytle Adams visited homefolks this week Harris White cane up from Lancaster Sunday W F McClary was in Cincin nati Tuesday J J- Corbin Lawrence was down from SundaKJ E Houk is in Cincinnati to day buying goods Mr L G Frith and son George the were here Tuesday C Mr D L Carter went to Cin cinnati Saturday night James Houk Sr continus in adJ very critical conditionWI Miss Lou Ella Jarrett is the gue of Xfrs Essie PainterTeheCharleybrakeman is at home for a few days Mrs Ann Richardson was he rKissWednesday to have a tooth pulled a R B Mullins went to Znoxville Sunday night to get his new sam ples J J Towery is contemplating going on the road for a Louisville finnthHon Sam Ward of Livingston was here between trains Wednes 011dayRev Hartiield began a protracted meeting pt Wildie Wednesday slight s Ernest Ewers will go to Louis shortly to take a course in a busi mess college jThompsonschool this fallweW H Jones r4C Smith and of H S Brannaman were over from an Wilde Tuesday Squire J N Brown was here felt Monday looking somewhat im has proved in health AsMrshere Wednesday having some endentalwe Emmet Treadway has returned from Missouri and more than his likely to remain in Rockcastle the r Dr W E Gravely one of Rock castles most upto date and best physicians was here yesterday Mrs Cleo Brown and Master Richard Williams of Stanford spent Sunday night with homefol ICS Mr L Metesser brought Mrs Metesser up from Pine Hill yester au day to hare some dental work dohe Mr F H Hardy has rented tIle pIWillir weekdtbSaturdayshome at London from Liberty Ca sey county where he made a speech the day before in the interest of his candidacy for Congress The Judge expressed Iitmselfas being very hopeful as to the outcome of Joy ft eleltiott r as i 1 y Mr Henry Parkerson was h Twsday to get medicine for his wife who remains in a very critical condition Emil Henzinanu will shortly return from the Philippines wlt he hasbeeii soldiering for the p three years Cecil Williams is clerking for C liumminsBenton of Brodhead was down to see Dr E J Brown Friday In terior Journal Dr and Mrs Joe Lawrence are with relatives here and tull remain about fifteen days Dr Joe is g ting a splendid practice at Hyden W A Carson Brodheads pie n did painter and paper hanger is doing some work for C C Willie athisto fill AYMiss Anna Coleman of Frank fort is stenographer for Sparks Williams and Bethurum Beth gones1t tofor New York to accept a position Mr J A Landrum our splen did depot agent dropped a bar of iron on his foot Monday mashing it very seriously Mr Joe New land of Crab Orchard worked dur agdR Jones went to Stanfo Tuesday to look after some ma connected with the J H Clark bankrupt case He was ac companied by Mrs Jones and tbeC children who will viiit her r and Mrs Wright ofII Hustonville GrLOCALS 0A J Fish is giving Dr Davis ty storeroom a new coat of paintat 1Beasley and Hayes Stanford a is the place to buy your new carpets apr I r tf William Coffee will move into ery house mace vacant by Mr D Poyu terwreRememberseCincinnatinight May 2 and every tw 0The thereafter destinterests in old Rockcastle tittenthsget COTS music class win give Musicale at the College shape tonight The programme will be found elsewhere in this issueIJohn Cress has been to Rock now castle county where he bought about forty hogs paying 5C for Preachersville cor Record to FOR SALK Two 5room cot ofoninventmentJ F COOJtERry Livingston ICyml To LzXIrcTOHSheriff H Ln Tate and Jailer J W Parsons took Sallie Livesay and Perry Lee Me Lemore to the Insane Asylum at Lexington Tuesday a conversation with a physician Crab Orchard a few days ago learned that Dr E J Brow this place has about perfected to instrument to be used in cases ofobstetrics which will fill a ton want The doctor mentioned i nit used it in four or five esOur telAscountenances the securing of on invention and presume Dr Brown win reap very little benefit financially invention but will give it co profession to assist in the alle p11ocraluse PUiLIiD TwoA few night since Joe Pike iuca tensely with a t wasifferingtoothache comi w unable le find y physician to extract the toothef toIrgeplea Itdosmallest pair of tongues he ha tolIeground Not being willing to loose pc two at a time he picked up the good tooth stuck it ackandjs e i1g the use of itt which Ts just goodas it ererr fa i x S 7 t 5 p weekeG Bakers big store the posts and Jonas McKenzies store andi orders for ten more phones inI town tJoom11stit but there is every prospect fobbig awakening and push in the oil ne and other works EXMINATIONSSupt G M Ballard informs us that the County Teachers Examinations will be held on the third Friday and Satur tray in May June July arid August tRugs Carpets Matting and every thing found in a first class furniture store Also a full line ndertakersgoods SniSII Stanford Ky District Attorney Hill was he Wednesday representing the Government ia taking of some depositions in a claim of D N Williams damages done during the Civil War The Kentucky Oil Journal pub lished by L D Sampson Barbour vine is something that fills the b and it should be like Bradys bi tcrs so extensively advertised yea o Everybody takes it TRUSTt r Best corn and wheat grower roo per hundred Eagle Phosphate 90 per hundred ADAMSs KeaADMINISTRATOR Dr W Efavely was appointed ad minis tor of the estate of Mrs W G Tharp with C C Williams as sure u WH Sowder Jonas Brown u John Sigmau were appointed ppraisersfA great improvment and con venience has been furnish by deliv II wagons having been started by several our merchants and those have none are either getting y to fall in line or thinkin iously of doing so SIGNAL will give all the oil Ifnewscolumns and keep posted on the PP0erTheare MainMOV1 DMr D C Poynter has moved into the house with his the brother W M Poynter but will move upstairs over the store be occupied by W M who will vacate just as soon as he can possibly get his new storeroom ready move into FOOT CUT OctJoe McKee oil t the employees in the rock quar atrLaagford Station got his foot off by a car Monday after on Drs Lovell and Pennington Pjustalong very nicely r Eggs are higher than acat back in Mt Vernon owing to theL business rivalry between our mer 0nthree cents a dozen on their last shipments right along but there fighKthe egg trade and efficte fittits daephonehis fitted up this office with re arrangementes s vre can our c a andconverse with our many cot throughotou or most any and copy any news items etc a headG leaves both hands free tofBy the way they are splendid service at lower rates th be had in any locality in tht Levijry man c btomade one that will be on e in a few days at 150 each s a daisy with Smith Baughmans impordt Dr ng J the opinions of the Lincoln ex who saw it Mr Maret LrecentlytiRo4hcastle which is a lnarvelofe cellence and accursiryLintsy- zFnocrac In 11 H 7 t rceJCirb and James Arnold were married Saturday at the home of the brides parents Rev B S Da vault officiating rThe Stanford Democrat is a warm aby on the oil question and all other enterprises that tend to the upbuilding of Lincoln county Mr Waters will be ready by first of week to issue from his press a large map of his county showing oil wells and general outlines of streams location of postoffices rail roads etc isofa on a map the Rock castle Mutual Oil and Gas Company whose territory begins near rail placereVernon and extends some nine or ten miles in a southeasterly direction Mr M hasissued a circular stating that he vvaa prepared to make maps on an enlarged scale of Kentucky counties MUSICALS AT THK COLLEGE TONIGHTtisMiss Coxs music pupils will give a concert in the College chapel on Friday evening April 25thtit half past seven oclock PROGRAM Chorus A Song of Spring Rosebud Galop On the Plains J Leila Lovell Hand in Hand A Little Melody U Sadie Richards Waltz Twilight Mazurka jEva Fish FI MulhnseurePlaying TaR SparksAn S TpringGuitar Solo Birdie Estes Loves LamentMay Magee Waltz by Durand Concert Waltz by Alz Godard 3 Thompson Lullabye 1 Miss PNapoliGaIop j Williams The Shepherds Sylphs and 1 Fannie idens by Nevin Sparks The Bees This will be the last concert in Music Department of the Colhlege You are cordially present i BRODHEAD o Born to the wife of VA Carson a boy Mrs J R Cass has been quite sick this week Mrs J Thos Cherry has been the sick list this week Our town is being greatly inr by building of new side Grandpa McRoberts is visiting atstion Dr OBanuon and wife of Stan fold made our town a flying visit week Miss Nannie Yadon has returned totrelatives at Rowland J H Vanbook and little ughter Ollie Crow are visiting and friends here Miss Susie Hilton has accepted position as clerk in Mr RH Batsons store at Lancaster CfromOwens at Maretburg Mrs Martha Miller died Sunday a long illness and was buried CemeteryaMr W HBrown of Preachers le was in town this week look g for a few stray bogs left in this neighborhood Mrs D C Sandidge of Lynch iurg Va and little sister hav visiting the family of R SaMartin for the last week An oil company has been organ ized with J G Frith President Percy Benton Manager and Thos Cherry Secretary and TreasurerSynch formerly Miss Lizzie Her E soyxlossSf her first borne a boy hose APt A9 r t ti i i rOUK ADAMS KY FOR BARGAINS HOUK ADAMS HAVE Everything ill firstclass general any human body satisfied in prices and quality Iii isIU K A D A M HEADQUARTERS osiery Notions Ties ata gents furnishings uting cloth Oilcloth nlj too chef p nderwear sot to nderestimated beI stylishinds we cant be under sold IIInot miss tb aily eeI IIIens suits to suitIan or boy 50 come and and get bargains I rti So JHOUKADAMS t LlvrrtGsT02KY r ft 5 can be o SI r LAM PS in all the styles and will be sold at almo GROCERIES Hardware and Queensware Saddles Bridles Harness colara and hamca We are constantly receiv ing new arrivals of good And will supply you very promptly call and earn prices COAL CORN an d tHay Agents for Best Brand Fertilizers alsoi d all kinds farm tools Goods delivered in any part of town promptly 1What Do You Want to Buy Anything you in our line are well worth your notice and should arrest your attention ifyou are looking for Bargain Bring ue your country produce and get the kightat market pricetiPhone 753ring HOUK A Big brick CHAS C D SUCCESSOR TO THIO WESLST he Place to Obtain DSFreshALSO Patent Medicines of all Kinds Stationery Toilet Articles d YztffCIGARS AND TOBACCO h 1 Paints and Oils PRESCRIPTIONS carefully Compounded at allr day or night THE BlINK OF KIT VERNON MT veRNON KY1 y OPENED 19003 CAPITAL STOCK r 111 oard C C WILLIAMS PRES JAS T ADAMS VICBM W L RICHARDS CASHIER A B FURNISH ASST CAS DIRECTORS Jonais McKenzie Geo Livesay A T Fiii Fiitz Krueger Rod Perry Vincent Boning J E Houk We solicit accounts of firms and individuals Careful tttx is given collections entrusted to us Our friends and patrons are invited to call when in town DANNIE OWENS T7 iSUNDK LXA KERc 1 Coffins Robes Etc y Kept in Stock Orders by Mail Telegraph or Telephone Promptly fined BRODHEAD KENTUCKy i WILLIS GR1FFiNSPractical Undertker and FUNERAL DIRECTOR ItV eroon KY k Complete cost FINE HEARSE Gin furnish Metalic asketsAPd hT r mbalmiu done all short notice = t Come and see me anything I have not got can get for ou on irst t t train thatleave the city l ORDER by wire rqmptlYFJl1 d j j t 3t4 i f t = y Miller House W J RIDER PROS R t Headquarters for Commercial Men cEirPorter at all trainsa The Vetanda l c Hotel JOSEPH CO FKy PROBR 1ing1menBath rooms free to guests RATES 200 per day TT tF1itth- R i COLLIER Propr located at the Depot pekeB- RODHFAD XY l GOOD LIVERY ATTACHED Meet all Trawls Day and Night Traveling Men and Railroad men Solicited Will furnish Lunches for all trains Franciscoyree MONUMENTAL WORKS flrodhe Granite and numents A and ALL WO ASS SATIS K Jtvi1rIo 21 MT VER MEETS every ist anTFjrd Mon day in each month 730 Piii TAS E WOT3K COM j j PING RKC KEEP I COURT CALENDAR COUNTY COURT Fourth Mon kdiiy in each month QUARTRFIYCOUSTFiisthlon- dhy in Jatxuary April July and- O tober CIRCUIT u lSecond MOn- daY in February Fourth Monday in May and Third Monday in Sep temberMT VERNON POLICE COURT Third Monday in each month to write for our confidential letter before ap for ttent it may be worth money We promptly obtain and Foreign PATENTSand TRADE MARKS or return EN TI R E attorneys fee Send model sketch or photo and we Fend an m MEDIATE- F R E E report on We give tho best legal service and advice and our charges are moderate Try us SWIFT CO- Patent LawJferis Opp US Patent Qfnee Washington DC New Fast Train TO COLORADO U AH AND THE BACIFICCOAST In effect Sunday May igth The new train will leave St Louis 900 a m daily the evening train to same points 1010 pmdaily ThroughsleepinG car service between St Louis San Francisco and Northwestern points Only line that does a twice daijy Excursion tickets now on sale t For further information address BvJVG Matthews T PALouisville Ky H C TOWNSENp Genl Passr and Tkt Agf St Louis Insurance of alT I ki i1ds l Calif t the Signal office Mt Vernon tt 4 7i n ++ w4Liw irilAdi A DOCTORS BAD HEIGHT t lwt years ago1 as a result ofaj severe cold Ilost my voice scarbrough9flHebro stinate cough Every remedy known 40 wie as apracticiug physi emu for 35 years failed and Idaily grew worse JJeing urged to try Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds I fotuid9uickrelief bind for the last ten days have felt better than for two years JI Positively guaratteed for Throat and Lung troubles Sold by allj druggists 5oc and iba Trial Little free A POINTER FOR INVENTORS f r 0 If you wish your patent business piopeny and promptly done send it to SWIFTS CO PATENTI LAWYERS opposite U Office Washington D C They bare no dissatisfied clients Write then for their confidential letter a I 9tril card will bring itand itI may be vprlh motley to you See their advertisement elsewhere in this paper Poo ly For two years I suffered terribly from dyspepsia with great depression and was always feeling poorly I then tried Ayers Sarsa parilla and in one week I was a new manJohn McDonald Philadelphia Pa Dont forget that itscc Ayers Sarsaparilla that will make you strong and hopeful Dont waste your time and money by trying some other kind I Use the old tested tried I and true Ayers Sarsapa 1 rillas1eoa bottle AUdrujrfsls aca Ask your doctor what he thinks of Ayers Sar8 pariU He knows all about this grand old family medicine Follow ids advico and we will bo satisfied J AVER Co Lowoll Mass RILEY HOCSEI F e RILEY Prop LONDON KY HEADQUARTERS for Com mercial men Good Sample Room and convenient to Depot Rates 2 00 per day MYERSIDentist MT VERNON KY FIRSTCLASS WORK OFFICE In the Krueger new brick PHONKNO 38 IA Peuninfttou D D S M D DENTST N W Cor Third and Chestnut Sts LOUISVILLE KY Will be at Miller House Mt ernon during all Circuit Courts C C Williams ATTORNEYATtAW MT VERNON KY JSOFFICE On 2rd floor The Bankof Mt Vernon on Chur- cstreetSpecial attention given to collections THE FINE HARNESS HORS JOHNWill make the season of 1902 at uiy stable 34 of a mile East of Wildie and will be permitted to serve mares at 7 to Insure a Living Colt Money due wlien jiiare is known to be with fold or is traded or pined with A lein will be retained on the colt for the season money Care will be taken to prevent accidents occur but no responsibility should any DESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE JOHN weighlinhorse his dam being a Canadian He is in fact an all purpose horse THE FINE JACK BillWalkerWill ilso make the season at the same time and place at 5to insure a living colt Terms as to season money sake as on the j horse Bill Wilker is a black jaekttith mealy nose and was folded July 15 1SDS 11111pprtcdY Black Wairior Capt Todds 1st dam Jim Porter 2nd dam By the Custilriri BlLLJ WALKERS 2uu thin unknown Ctron Wood a No Time to Lose cannot afford to disregard IYau warnings ofa weak and heart and put off takIing the prescription of worlds greatest authority on heart and nervous disordersI I MilesIieart Ctre If your heart palpitates flutters or you are short of breath haveismothering spells pain in rheartdrop dead any moment W Yoocccek one of the best knownoll operators in the country dropped dead from heart disease recently at his homeinlortlandInd while mowing his lawnThePrtta Mrs M ABirclsallWatkinsNY whose portrait heads this advertise ment I write this through grat itude for benefits I received from Dr Miles Heart Cure I had palpitation of the heart severe pains under the left shoulder and my general healt- hI miserable A few of Dr MilesHeart Cure cured me entirely Sold by all Druggists Dr Miles Medical Coy Elkhart Ind INEWS ITEMS 0 Intense heat is prevailing in several Western States Hundreds of persons were kille in Guatemala byearthbuakes- The will of Rev T DeWitf Tal mage disposes of an estate valued at 300000 Lawrenceburg Ind has just celebrated its centennial It was founded in 1802 Pierpont Morgan will fiuancean underground railroad in London t opposition to the Yerkes enterprise- A receiver was appointed for the Lexington Real Estate and Savings Company doing business in Cov ington k Murderer Batson who killed seven members of the Earl family neaa Baton Rouge La was loon guilty and sentenced to death A large party of New York edu cators millionaires and philan thropists are making a tour cf Southern educational institutions The Senate passed the River an Harbor Bill Monday without discussion The measure carries ap propriations of about 70000000 A courtmartial has been ordered at Manila for Gen Jacob H Smith who commanded in Samar on the charge of conduct prejudicial to good order in the Philippine The United States Supreme Court in an opinion by Chief Justice Fuller granted leave to the State of Washington to file an original bill for an injunction against the Northern Securities Company The price of silver fell to the low est price ever known on tlie Lon don market The fact that China is selling the metal incident to pay ing its war indemnity in gold is believed to be the cause of the de clip yethce nearly half of the 150 persons on the steamer City of Pittsburg per destroyedEthe vessel Sunday morning onthc i lower Ohio Villiam H OBrien the new chairman of the Democratic State Central Committee of Indiana is to make an e1ec1bonwhich will name a successor to Senator Fairbanks Sheriff Henry Broughton of Bell testimbnyIFrankfort frankly telling that on Caleb Powers request he Brough ton had furnished the name of three shop who would shootGcebel on January 25 the day set fpr the assassination He said he wss Wiling to supply the murderers sand expresed5himseifas in nowise sorry for hiF part in the conspiracy After having introduced fiftyfive vvitnesses tlie1 State closed w i ag CON IoIsaac Harvey of Disputanta was hereon business 1 ondayIMiss Eliza Jones her grand parents last Monday U S Berry and James Iinc rile were in Berea Monday on business Mrs M R Jones is visititing W W Wright her father hear Hustor ville who is very low from the et fects of typhoid fever at this writing Mr and Mrs G W Jones took the train here last Monday to go to Tuscola Ill where they will spend the Summer with their daughter Mrs J H Vaughn IMr and Mrs J M Baker Mrsi Benge C G Baker and Wil liam A Jones wf BtrreaA W Stewart W H JunesrMr J 11 Lewis and MarluiJ jpnes jfr yf Wildie Mr and lrsijS Ariioldi and fancily and hrand Mas E aiwas l fttl l a Hj Mrs G W J0l1esHt1s r Ez Jones a happy visit a PROGRAM CLOSING EXERCISES MT VERNOft COLLEtUATK IN STiTU i Baccalaureate Sermon by Rev W A Isen bart pastor Presbyterian Church Richmond Ky on Sun day April 27 at ii a m Primary Entertainment on Tues day April 29 at 730 p m Junior Entertainment on Wednes day April 30 at Soo p m rdat p m Music Invocation Rev David Hartsfield pastor Christian Church Music Salutatory Out of Tune Miss Anna E Thompson Oration Human NatureoH Burdette Houk nRome n James Music OrationUNobiIity of Labor Er nest M Ewers Oration Our Country and its Destiny Wm H Krueger Valedictory The Woof of His torf LeeChestnut MusictClass Address Rev Wm C Ro berts D D President of Central University Danville Ky Presentation of Diplomas JC C Williams President ofthe Board ofL rusteesJPrizesdBENEDICTION The Speakers orders are no longer blindly accepted as law and gospel by the House If Channcey Depew wasnt arich nlan he would be suspected of touting for a matrimonialagency SAVE THE LOVED ONES Mrs Mary A Vliet Newcastle Cobwrites I believe Ballard Horehound Syrup is superior to another cough medicine and will do all that is claimed for it and it iss pleasant to take My little oit wants to take it when she has no need font Bollards Horehound Syrup is the great cure for all pulmonary ailments roc hoc and 100 at Chas C Davis drugstore Let it AloneScotts Emulsion is nota good medicine for fat folks We have never tried giving if to a real fat person We dont dare You see Scotts Emul sion builds new flesh Fat people dont want it Strong people dont need it Scottsi foriyou It doesnt tire you out There is no strain The work is all natural and easy You j just take the medicine and thats all there is to if The next thing you know you feel betteryou eat better arid you weigh more It is a quit worker Send for free sample scoTT BOVINE Chemists 409 Pearl St Ntsac and jioo aUdjnisgtsis Low tflf r s Ih111VMS7 aMwerM l Attentiimf W lli I We Have a Good Thingand Ii Want everybody to Know Wt haVo Seuntl the cxclulvo itIIi rt this Yioimty to take orders t f p m o u s tailoring of j STRAUSS BROS f Chkttgo We are displaying their nowIsamples of F l Woolens and everyone interested in good clothes to call and It insprct them We NEARLY 500 PATTERNS t IIsistingetc of clothes you like to wear accurately i tailored perfect fitting distinctly above i the ordinary yet prices are no higher than you have paid i inferior goods They guarantee absolute satisfacti forII I with it goes our unqualified endorsement- We be glad to you call and you will be glad you oame OX I 0 z- aR 1J Vernon 1T1t 14I iI1t Louisville Herode rsor and St Louis Railwav K omeseekers Excursion AT ILOW ILATES TO T- HEWEST Tickets on S8Ie Frst and Third B Tuesdsxys in MARCH APRIL and MAY 1902 Also LOW u Colorist One day Rates to toe I Northwest and California Points e 1 t 1p5555 For Further Information Address GEO L GARRETTm Tre v Pass show and shall have rYY Agent IILiLOUISVLLE KY ij sePicture 01 Gene LeefAny veteran who contemplates attending the Reunion at Dallas omoe picture of General a copy of his farewell address suitable for 1framing if he will send us his name and address and the name oral address of the Camp to which he belongs da7fromlemphtsMemphiamorning and- evenfngafscrthearrtval Ittrains via all lines thus otf erin you close connections and erceilant service f WiTT Tenure Pareeeer fleet Oocasrti CbJLW to 6tuiiE teaeal Pules er snI J M + MI I 7RASONSIi1 WHY You should toke a E Coarse at theg T I Massey Business CollegeJ LOUISVILLE KY i 1 It is the leading Commercial School in Kentucky il i tb our tn posiions payviy not Jets than x1S oo per itmonth immediately upon graduation i4 We pay students railroad fare to Louisville J- f 5 We refund graduation cent of yupon every tuUierti pni4 t tw U t w pupil is not thoroughly satisfied rl rite for Elegant Cntalue wiriiwwwwvwtx+ 1 +t ++ + i i lHI i s