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Digital page images are linked to the text file. wr I Mlg tjA h Ialk J 01 r b y9 Fti 1 7rIIi11n1 i aI 1 j1 t V j LUME xv MT VBRNOSaOpKCASTLE t OOII TYiniFRro Y JlJY25 1902 NUMBER 44rTELL MY FRIENDS TO BEBRAVE AND FEARLESS 4ND 1io YALTO TaitRE T COZft41V PEOPLESj II U tK Oate BRIda f wti7rlt AQd New i J Wear fhs Clebr ted OX SJ 13 R E EC 4 r SGUARANTEED j NOT to RIP j ANY MI T- fPOST t 1JlE RELIABLE 5 MOST POPULAR STORE II NEWS ITEMS 1t 0 Qhio Legislature has been PrIdale were hanged at Greenville Miss visit1lacist 3JIasairthe life of G r tfidog II t i t Thewife of Gen Dan Collier died suddenly at Lancaster Suit day night aged 55 Of the 90 saloonkeepers piJ g haveMl1e Col Thomas Ward Chiefof Staff to Gen Miles was appointed Brig- adierr General vice Jacob Smith retired if A monument Confederate Ge W H T Walker who was kille thirtyeight years ago was unveiled at Atlanta E iraltonof the Interior JouraalJ bought tlievLiucdln Demo crat e for ioipiis atcommis sionerl saieY James Cockrill the Town Mar shal of Jackson Breathitt county andiun known assassin Portraged thirty three who is accuse o f having five wives c Tae Lincoln and Garrard Count 7FairtssociationJcolored will hold their exhibition near Stanford oii August 28 i 29 and 30 Fire in the Vlhite Starr Laundry oca East Market street Louisville caused a panic among the girls and a 5ssofabfmt 1500 The Interior Journal ris pleas ed aio note the firie showing sbeing 1 jt made in paying off and reducing Lincoln countys indebred nessVtJantesilluorewhilegoing vfrom Junction City Stanford on a railroad velocipede Sunday night Iet lie was otherwise injured beenfta printer for 63 years is dead at Richmond aged175 4 HeVasa r halfbroihcr of Capt Frank Ja White who has been at the print jAirs Deceased case probably longer than the sooCeJI6BTTeD 4 i 7 t i j f ffi I Bre chest i I Strongest Trouser Made KENTUCKYWcrn pair if they Bin in the Seams s i lt10ST tgCCESSFUb THE ROCKCASTLE to e bonded to News has been recehredoftine death in the Philippines on June r njDrommenfa Green Mrs Ellen JTurley of Hopkins county while temporarily insane shot an killed her fouryearold enjchildand then committed suicide deliveJudge r ifthetu of the Perryxnlle Confederate monument which willoc cur October 8 the 40th anni versa ry of the battle Census Bureau figures show the Uniteed States in 1900 to have been 4 739 657 with an aggregate value tether o g with their inprovements 20514001838 Sheriff B Liucolbnf hai gone to Boise Idaho to bring witdh d burglarizing of Lincoln Count National Bank some months since tDanville is making a desperate figlit to have Southern railway extension come that way caster backed by Louis Landra- mra John Farris work will go far towards bringing the Lancaster route to a successful issue Mrs Kaiser died last week settleImeDt hder hitingdetrtly occurred some tIme before t dysethInor food to be found in the house intheyears ago by George Rowsey IDONT FAIT To TRYvTms i Whenever au honesttialisgiv OfEUcfyic Bitters for any trou b it recommended foraPermine of cure will surely be effected iuever iaals to tone the stomach regulate the kidneys and how stimulate the liver invigorate ItsIsy sterns t Electric Bitters i lyj cures Kidney andLiver Troubl Stomach Disorders Nervousness Sleeplessness RheumatismNfeural gia and expels Malaria Satisfac tion guaranteed by all druggists Only 50 cents It j BOREING for oil has take backseat in the Eleventh distr land for Congresshasco me to tfrQut Danville Ad vocate fj s LIa Jhon NJ 1t fib asa u No 82 anzIIJlY JEa 0 Borrov litte beg less steal nfhpng One may stir up a hornets nest and find plenty of excitement but there villbeneither pleasure nor oyment in it The water that goes by the mill willnot turn it again but there are other mills further cloivnN stream and it is net lost The Commercial Electrical Supply Co of St Louis has been awarded contract for electrical sun plies for Louisiana Purchase position IH V jtfinterests of the Bastin Telephone Company will resume his studies a State College Lexington in Sep teiuber and finish the course ntwitYh year e keeps a confectionery and thinking during the nightof bauanna stalk he had left hanging out in front putrIUS to some one from steaaning the string A New Jersey man whose adver beatitifuatis answered by his divorced helpmeet onIU made one Its a wise hus band who knows his own wife Accidents and oversights w i occur in the best deregulated fa m oxidepOwing to the rush in getting out the Brodhead Fair catalogue and other job work the following item hilech ver byi hItad fil t on o r news work Here is the way It elsshould have read dIay Ot1teadoingesit no en tspok = en to each other for 29 days The assistant botanist at Wa ingtori says In the United Stat the production ofhempis almostI confined to Kentucky flufiet pr cou JEfay arlrardbi a r 5od4PAIRS Strongest and BestN voralls On S I1T1HrIANDSale ONLY 502t8 A PAIR i eyJr d Shelby These wine counties are in the famous Blue QTESS region ef Lexington the priucipal hem market is the center The most important secondary hemp markets in this region are Nicholasvilley DanvillelWinchester Shelby ville and Frankfort Small scattered areas of hemp are cult voted intermittently in other parts lf1lfewsome time to establish the hemp growing industry Exceptionally fine are cedon edXalthougith e where it is subject to overflow BLOSS toWe are having seasonable shoithis week Cy Chaney etB oyed the smiles of laic best girl a Sunda5IJ J Ghaney and wife visit d Henry Bullock Saturday and Sun initney d Hampton Bullock went to Mt breruon Saturday Harrison Nicely is in the ginseng business growing it and liesvinice garden already startedwDick Bradley and several other widowers are candidates for matri mony Chance girls of your lifetime Daniel Taylor and wife are fixing thellfir plia IGeorge M Bullock a son of James Bullock and Miss Mandy Sexton a daughter of Bone Sex ton were married July f7th iMrs Margaret Bullockwife P M Bttllock diet July idthy consumption and was buried the 1 6th at the Bullock grave yard Pulaski WANTEDn uptodate man for manager and general agent of this county by THE FIDELI TIrAMUTUAL LIFE INSTJRAN CO OF PHILADELPHIA and commission to right man A adson tiLZllesrl 112 sti phia Pa Gov Taft and the Pope seem to live thorotighly agreed orione barwith the wires Courier journal 1i Mens Suits 5 00 Suits for 3 QQ foO H 5 OP r1OOOc SOW A FEW SUITS TO CLOSE AT 2 oI FurnitureALL KINDS fit Le x re in CRAB ORCHARD 0 eaPis visiting Miss Ethel Bastin Miss Beulah Carson of Stanford Farislexpectinge a visit from Miss Martha Menifee of Stanford 1D M Stephens photographer is in town stoPPing with Chris utchisvna rry9ate W E Perkins is unable to zt tend to business has not been it ills store for a week Miss MaggieCulton has returndfrom an extended o friends at Richmond fMrsfrom an extended visit stdaughterMrs JC Rhinehart and two children of Livingston are with mother Mrs 1L E Fish TTS Charley Scott and family and iTiss Maggie Holtxclaw all of Preachersvil1e are making an ex tended visit to Mr and hrs ElamlGeo Bronaugh who has Indian Territory for tffoout two years has returned to his native town to spend some time vri homefolks also to take in the fair Dr Wm Scott of Somerset is siting relatives here amon hom are Mrs J W Guest apt Mrs Laura Moore Messrs Scott said Kinnei FarisIIvfrs J E Carson and fatuity and her sister the lovely little aazeIof Alabama are MissI visit to their old home and g easure to then many friends here c Mrs Anrexys of Somerset is spending the heat of summer with beT parents Mtli Mrs 0 P viiiand firinking the inedical j5ffroinm a where he went after a man by the gorge of Blanton who killed a man in Pineviile a year ago Mr Riddle anded his man in jail at Pineviile shooting affray occurred on Zacanyk And r They fell out over Stuarts sineelon of assisting his wife away Stuart is injaiL Bothare colored I enjoyingus a reunion with his children around five nldfamilyearthstoue Fo Childrens Suits 650 i5ciz oo s TO 135 NOTHINGBUT BARGAINSI I BOYS t L JMMi NICEJII 1275 TO 4001 tmm IGtooories Priceaany ied daughters and two sons tk all their little ones have al soonIhave pleasant time in living over f for a short season their childhoods happy hours Sad for some of us reunion here can be no more until we reach the other shore 43 Since Wednesday the opening i 1 day of the fair our little city has taken on new life Strangers from iall parts are thronging our streets every house is besieged by parsons anting board eatables of eve y- escription are in demand If the fair were to last all summer some t w9ilhseemsriving to reach in the vain im on that wealth brings hap ipiness but if happiness have not her seat and center in the breast may be wise or rick or great but never can be blestiSAVES A WOMANS SiTo have given up meant death for Mrs Lois Cragg of DorcheeteJ Mass For years she had endured untold misery c andtn she writes I could scarcely breatherand sometimes could not speak tilli Ings ewr for Consumption and was completely cured Sufferers from Cough Cplds Throat and Lung Trouble need this grand remedy for it never disappoints Cure is guaranteed by all druggists Price SoG and roo Trial bottles fret KENTUCKY AIR DATES Georgetown July 2226 v Cynthiana July 30 Aug 3 Danville I August 68 Lexington August i ir6Lawrenceburg August 522jT Shepherdsville August j2 h Maysville August 2063 Shelby ville August 6 9 London August 2 729 Florence August 2730 Germantown August 2730 Bardstown September 26 QJ2Bowling13 Glasgow September 1013 Ewing September l Louisville5eptemberz227 October i4Brodhead Aug 2022 Barbourville Sept 35 I thefivedied in London a few days since His remains will rest in a3oci POO ursYI a MtVernon Signal to FRIDAY JULY 25 1902 Published every Friday b ytEDGAR S ALBRIGHTt t SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on a icaiionfJ DEMOCRATIC TICKET o ti FOR CONGRESS i k HON GEORGE G GILBERT f OF SHELBY tHIL IIENN1NGER t in Of Wayne county isa candidate for fite Treasurer vsHl j kT to the actfshf the Di0lnoCitiCjlaCtp Y ij Lt i X LS ANDWM the Lancaster r 4 Gordnn is olje of the best all statehtWe think his Raver rea dIt Hend erson Press association meeting in i8g9 will bear repeating at this amen it being appropriate to the I bcrasion ufhe weekly press of today has j a far more circumscribed field of labor than it dida quarter ofa century ago In Ye Olden Tyme the destiny of thejnation its public policy and all questions of grave a 1mporf were suggested by the week i ly dress The country newspapers j allover the land kept even track with the public pulse andjj Instances the wielders of i torialptu were men of ability whose close touch constituency enabled them the wawith an almost abs curacy and to give our pubK a clear insight into what our people expected of them r The mral dis triejs seldom saw a daily newspaper atift had to depend upon the weekl pressJpr all news of the great outside world Railroads w ere few an jarb te nThe oldfashioned lambering stege coach with its two four or six horses carried th mailsvtp the interior towns and the diy papers were always as much as tjventyfoiir hours old and it ova Usually the weekly editions of thos- PaPerstthat e reached the firesides of the favored few A daily popes r wa su ha rarity at it was handed round from household to household and it was not an unusual occur ence upon the arrival of the stag coach to see a knot of leading citizens listening to the town reader as he read the w5of the day political and general fro or some street at that time probably forty eight hours old The annihilators o space known as the fast mail trains have changed all this There is scarcely a town in Kentucky that doesnot receive bundles of Louis vine Cincinnati Chattanooga or other dailies witntn tweutyfour bours of their date of tissue Thi has of necessity curtailed to a great degree and has practically transformed the weekly v Its field of usefulness has been narrowed and according to my way of think lug it now fills its proper place The people of a county are but a large family their interests as such are the same the movements of their neighbors and friends the price of hogs cattle butter egg and farm products ate matters of far more moment to them than the question whether Leatherlung Do little or Ananias Windjabber shall be made ambassador to they Fi f Islands I believe that the weekly press should be absolutely bpn partisan in politics I do not think that the personal opinpn of heditor of a cross roads weekly woujd have a feathers weight in deciding either state or national politics believe the columns of the weekly paper should be filledwith the comings and goings of the neigh bors attd friends in fact should be a co coner in which we can find in detail what our home people ar doing in a social and business way I believe that the editorial column should be taken up with articles for the general welfare and progress of our home people When we db this conscientiously and fill our columns witlTall the news of Jur county howeve trivial it may sound strangers I believe the result will be 2 large circle of interested home readers land I further believe that we smallfry caw safely leave discussion of national affairs to who hold down the tripods ia great daily papers THERE are enterprising men in all localities Mt Vernon not excepted Because great success hasp crowned the efforts of those here who have worked diligently some in one line and some in others doesnt pove that our locality will not be benefitted in the long run from the work done by these persons who try to better the condition of out county by their push for better things and for the bringing n outside capital to develop the immense resources that lie derment right at our doors These efforts will not prove in vain however because the good time is coming for old Ro castle MR EDGAR S ALBRIGHT Edi tor of thispaper and Miss Lucy Brock were married at the rest dence of the brides P areits in London Monday niof iiing theC T Runyon and RtrerJVIcGarity officiating Immediately after the ceremony the couple left for Owens boroto attend the annual meeting of the Kentucky Press Association They will also take in the outing with members of the association which includes a visit to Cincinnati Toledo Put inBay dusky Sarnia Ont and Michigan points and return to Mt Vernon abon- the 29th y WHJL1tRockast1ehas not start id a well up to date since oil excitement it will yet prove to be the garden spot of the Kentucky o Meld There are some mighty goo local people as well as others with orit countYAll com 1No great undertaking can be ac tinedd and particularly is this true in the wieshow in regard to all territ9ry heretofore developed so we cant expe heresTHE most remarkable criminal of today is Harry Tracey who killed guards in escaping from penitent ary six weeks ago and has been chased in state of Washington b a thousand men with blood hound- e He has slain half a dozen or mor of his Pursuers including sheriff deputies and posseemen and wound ind a dozen or more He also slew his companion fugitive fearing the imipeiise rewards offered would ti tempt Merrill to betray him1 Sus picipn is that help s being rendered the fugitivVon account of his desperate courage JUDGE JOHN C CHENAULT of Richmond who has worked faiths fully for past six years for the de velopment of Brush Creek valley this county is to be congratulate d on the beginning fthe construc tion of the railroad from Biush Creek Station to some point Jackr son county Our people are proud to acknowledge their obligation to the Judge for his success in getting the enterprise to the point he has It will prove of mticlibenefit to oils r county 4 v AN item mentioning that Secre tart John Hay paid 1050 expre s on a ton of coal is gping the rounds of the press Another item mentions where a rQ1erpaid 750 express on a bull This smallwhen compared with express HuieMiller Co on a single piece o frorta years smc theywer J r running a rock rusher at tha6 dace THE j f devil and foreman of SiG assiste ance has harg1of this weeks isr su and if Jot warm sa 4e it till the coid days of Januar H RRYG1iANDvtn0Id YI paper man of McGraclcen count bas announced for Secretary of state T tndy is alt right f THE subject of primary elections was exhaustively treated in last issue of Interior jouanal We agree with that excellent paper iht the only fair and impartial manner of nominating candidates is through primary as against conventions wherein the will of the people is so often thwarted b bosses and selfish cliques Primaries cost money but they are worth all they cost The know what they want and only have te demand it r DONT be too hard on the editor for last weeks issue of this paper Take in consideration the amount ofwork in the office and the fact that he was to embark on the sea of matrimony three days afterward joUght to palliateto a great extent for any shortcomings in the paper CONGRESS could have knocked the underpinning from beneath the Beef Trust but it didnt Now it is up to the voter to knock the underpinning from underneath Congress r LIVINGSTON J o J Ci Hockey jnadea short trip toPl1tsburg Sutiday J Vl2chleiter of Mt Vernon was in town Tuesday Mrs Ed Woodall was in Mt Vernon Tuesday Mrs J1 R Stuckey made a short trip to Mt Vernon Montlayv Miss Hattie rxoudon is the guest of Mrs E S Elinore SundatY for an extended visit with frieucs in Indiana Matt DeiphvanrflTamilyof Loui Milleare visiting friends and relatives here Jacksond is Iary Jennings Mrs W R Dillion has about r covered from her serious illness 6f lastweek Andy Howell came down from Paris Sunday to attend the funeral IIof his brother Airs Lewis Dillion and little son parentcs near Edenton W C Mullins DS McKinne and Matt Delph are attending the Crab Orchard Fair J H Walton the sage of KIoii dike farm near Livingston was in TlursdayseMr and Mrs J C McKee of London are spending a few days the Riverside Mansion Bill Mullins Bill Billion and Shannon McKinney attended the Richmond Fair last week Mrs J C Rhinehart Miss I and Master Joe are visiting Mis M E Fish at Crab Orchard Mr and Mrs Armp Broaddus j who were guests of Mrs W BI Billion returned home Wednes dayMrs Martha Durham and sons Charles Boston and Clarence are here the guests of Mrs J CJVIul lins v Airs Russell Billion and boys Atwood and Lynn Neal will visit Mrs L C Smith at Wildie this week F L Thompson Grant Baker James Houk and kid Cox Ol11t Vernon were hi town one day this week a T r srof Coving were guests ofi Mrs Emerson Rice Saturday ando Sunday MrsTho s Lasleyxeturnedhom visit51With washe i est ofhetaunf HTuesdayr Hampfons sudden death near Rowland I W H Caruiicar returned home front Mt Vernon Tuesday accom paniedbyhjs sister Miss Sallie 31iniCal Russ Johnson Dr Sams and Miss Kate Bickersou visited Miss Georgia McFerron at Jack Sam Sunday afternoon Russ Johnson is an Cincinnati this week are Mrs J Hv Tucker and Miss Byrd Peters returned to Crab Orchard after an extended visit with Mrs Russell DilliontisMrs J as E Honk of Mt Ver = non and the Misses Miller of Lancaster were here this week visit ing Mrs Brack Gravest John Watson Brown of Mt Verribn R H Hamm Walter Hunt and Wm Sbwdor of Brod head wcrc here Sunday Mr and Mrs Harry Magee and Mrs Henry Browning and son Walter are visiting HrsKate Magee at Crab Orchard Mrs Ed Blick of Covington is visiting her aunt Mrs W R Ail lion of this pace also her mother Mrs Ballard on Big Hill Mr and Mrs J T Blankenship little daughters Mary and Bertha and the banner twins of Rockcastle are visiting relativesnear Preach ersville Miss Cora Ward after a pleasant visit with Miss Mae Magee left forLondon Wednesday to visit relatives and will then return to her home at Lancaster Roy Durham was accidentally shot in the thigh last Saturday night He is here with his sister Mrs J C Mullins While his wound is serious his physician re ports his condition as improving IIJohn A Mullins Joe Carson Charles Cooper Mrs Sue Mullins Mrs Wilmot Poynter Miss Mattie Heath Mrs Lawrence Dicker on Miss Kate Dickerson Misses Roach sand Ewalt are attending tKe Crab Orchard fairJ Jonas Brown and daughter Mrs Arch Brown and Mrs E Wilmot of Brodhead came down Saturday- to see Arch Brown who was so offea bridge They were guests at the Mullins lintel Arch Brown a bridge carpenter in the employ of the LT N railroad foil from bridge No 25 last Saturday and sustained serious in juries This is his third fall About two years ago he fell about YtGreensburgibranch He was re moved Thursdav to his home at Brodhead One of the saddest accidents we have had to chronicle occurred here last Saturday in the death oft Lapsley Howell vj years of age son of Mr and Mrs George Howell He attempted to board ai freight train and missing his footing fell under the wheels and was wasverdaY s sudden death cast a gloom over the entire community His parents broth rs and sister have our sincere sympathy Short but impres aive services were held at the graveyard across the river I STOPS PAiN I Athens Tenn Jan 27 1901 otnttmenswith groat pat ia my hips torriblebeanngDuring f hn past month rhe boon tafcisff Wino of Cardut and Thedfords DlaclDrou1tt and Ipass d tho month timoinWhat is life worth to a voman suffer inj like Nannie Davis Suffered Yat ihero are women in thousands of homes iodaYwho are bearing abase terrible menstrual pains ifl silence lt ou are one of these we want iosay that this same twiNE CAR9U1 Jj will bring you permanent relief Con sole yourself with the knowledge that 1000000 women have been completely cured by Wins of Ctrduf These womIen suffered from leucorrhoea menses headache backache and- deign9 down pains Wino of Card n will stop all these aches and pains fer you Purchase a 100 bottle ef tiWine ef CarduL today and take it In the privacy of yeur home IIepanmeatTheTens s REPUBLICANS in Washington are quite right in thinking that they in danger of haying some clever Democrat jar them with a crusade against tariffprotected trusts GENERAL WOOD believes adver pays and he knows it ostsI something to advertise FOR SALE Two fine young jacks WADE H BROWN julyii3t Level Green Ky Some Coffees are Glazed 1 with a cheap coating- If glazing helps coffee why arent the high priced Mochas and Java glazed also Lion G off08 is not glazed It is per- fectlY pure and has a delicious flavor i tod paektc luntt u1IJ ald haw wCi Americans are laughing at Seoul dispatch recently printed in a Korea paper which is published in the English lan ua Lately the Police Headquarters ordered to forbid the servonts etc to run the horses fastly on tile big streets as they sometimes pressed the children down and hurted them on the ground and the police stop ped a mapoo running a horse hardly on its back but a number ofsoldiers came along quickly and captured the police away The following by Chicago RecordHerald from the Girard lIt is a mad dog scare here at present Every dog that acts like he had wheels in his head is killed Three dogs one old cat and an old rooster has been killed that was claimed to have been bit tenAnd the English of the Girard Observer the English of scores ot other papers a long way this side of KoreaCourierJoumal f cJzr f iL ir t Sight will describe your sensations when you receive the IgiimenU inailo for you by STRAUSS 1BUGS Americas Lt sling Tailors C Ian jo They are in Asters in the t Hr1ng business lrl tareeminentnposition has eenatttained by satisfying IfrliklSC1raranteezr f ction and live up to it Their tailor an impresaion grnreful elegant perfect fitting wonder how we can afford to charge tha low prices we it Call on us and see our great assortment of trust HatsTb woolens OX BROS 4 BPK OF fAT VERNON MT VERNON s KY iJ ff OPENED 1900 J N 16 000 PRES JAS T ADAMS VicsPiass CASHIER A B FIJRNISH ASST CASH Jonas McKenzie Geo tivesay A T Fish Rod Perry Vincent Boreing J E Houk solicit accounts of firms and individuals Careiaiv titter collections entrusted to us friends crud patrons are invited htall1Vben in tpwrr No 55 MAGEES eANNUAL sftLe A specialty for the next p I FT E E N days If you need a nice H AT this is your chance Big line GrecO Railroad PaiiamRJ Golf anda Alpine shapes it NICE CRU HER thisy ea ObserverThere 1PORCome in and see this nice display of Hats WARD X MAGEE Galloway building Livingston Kentucky t CHAS ole DAVIS Place to UbtaiH Fresh Drugs4 1 + ALSO Batent Medicines of al Kindsy Perfumery Stationery v Articles rf CIGARS AND TOBACCO Paints and Oils PR ESCRI PTIONS caiefuIly Goinvpounded aiall hours day or night vJPhone No 6 V V y t 4 Mt fer 1Sigrra1 r c Mt VERKvN KViJUJV 25 tD02 f Coil ante withSIGNALZ Jt tLotffavtLLc NASHVILLE R R Co TIME TABLEOfi 24 north 1055 a m rJ 26 north 104 a m lttn3 south hv Tri 200 p 25 South vv i 39 am l TAS LANDRTJ I Agent 7 A hon No 58 f Eotrreatth Mt Verma lid PostoEce Ia ate t Ladciase pi oil matter I PERSONALS 0 wvW A B Davis is teaching fhe 4 Dayault school 1 James White Jr was up from j Lancaster last week Minor Fish goes toC V branch t in telegraph business R L Collier the telephone pole man alas here Tuesday I Mrs Jack Downey is visiting t relatives near Level Green i i Dr Lewis Jones of Middles bora is here visiting relatives Ben Riddle of Walnut Grove went to Lexington last Sunday Clarence Ferguson is night operator afe Sinks and is a good boy Mr and Mrs J J Lawrence are in from Corbin to visit relatives 11 C Williams the popular du drummer was here Saturday lastr Harry Bowman and David Grif on were up from Livingston Tuesday I R B Mahoney the insurance man of Sanford was her Satur daylast i J fIsh has added more improve meuts to hlsjlwelling on Newton Avenue s it Mrs D S Burdom and children lions returned from aT visit to ffff 2tlarioncounty r fk q t Turtle Adams echo has a nice position at Grays was here to see koraefolks this wek v i Win Poynter has moved hisr stock of goods into his new storehouse on south Main street t I Miss 11ary Djiniian from out in the county spent the day with Mrs r Nannie Albright Wednesday James W Gentry is located i- nrSt Louis where he proposes to piThis the address of James M Mare f Soil of Mitchell Maret this county William Arnold who has been rconfiued to his home for some monthswas upon the street Monp0 ster3 w it t3ay rt 10 V Ar Ts Irs Willis Adams sons iy rand Jack and daughter Miss xabeth are visiting friends an- relativesr at Paint Lick LlIcn v a stock of new godds inting sTwhiteheads store i Mr J W Phillips one ofGooc hands most substantial citizen was in town Monday and favored Vfhe SIGNAL in a financial T xoC C Williams fives a special premium at Brodhe for the largest and best watermellon 2 forthe first socts for second r JJ Ping left Sunday vto takeI chargeof Brodhead district public school of which he is principal ir auctMr Dannie Owens is assistant t9Sob James T Adamslppjksjia tural back in his old stain grouindr41t ng Vernon His jo- laughknocks Uy the blues sky high any time j John G Austin general agent for the Equitable Life Assurance VerntIf since Friday last establishing agency and Writing quite a num ber of policies He traveled this i i county for many yearn asia shoe4 salesman He K5sVimanyTffieuds here who always welcome him wan r open hand apd that solid insfl tutionis lucky to secure such a ual t iii I l Hazeii thelittle daughter of Drr M L Myers continues very jll j gettingjeriiphere and on K C road Misses Gracie and Bonnie Thomp Sol of Laurel are visiting the family os J A Landruin Ches Payne a goodcitizen fro- Crooked nl creek was here yesterday t He never forgets the Signal h Vats Brown isIs I taking in rCrab rchard fair and gallons of salt Water J today Jas T Adams ran also r n3Mrs J B Pish of Williamsburg stopped off here one day while on her return from a visit to Mrs W T Short at Richmond Frith Collier the Brodhead telephone pole men loaded a car of telephone poles here yesterday for northern Kentucky D C Poynter is rearranging hi property where WM Poynte- run his store for years and will move his family thereto Misses Sallie Hinton Alice an Rosa Dolan went to Livingston tod withWMrs John titsgee and other Misses Ella Joplin and Susi Thompsonprincipal and assistant strud a fischoolfull attendance Mrs Patsy Brown and sou Opie of Stanford is visiting friends here Opie had the misfortune to Los the sight of one of his eyes by an air gun a short time since Miss Emma Peilng ton opened Towerydisgge mentit goes without saying the district will have a successful term E S Albright and mother Mrs Nannie Albright left for London S Sunday afternoon on a pleasure trip Mrs Albright returned home Monday but Edgar continued on his pleasure trip with the Ken tucky Press Association Rev M E Ligon of George town College was here Sunday representing thatr great seat of learningtlocated the beautiful TITjBluegrassJeresting talk at the Baptist church Sunday night a ti LOCALS 0Mdst of c uMbndiyf r There Is a fair crop of huckle berries this season The Mt Vernon Brass Band will for the Brodhead fair g Squire Leeces court at Brodhead is assuming the proportions oi circuit court Keepinmind the dates Auguj 2oi2iy22 ofithe Brodhead r mid henb e sure to attend lenme Dowel Teeds n 1 The circulation of the SfpNAi Chas been almost doubled since it camein possession of its pies owner jt t U G Baker continues the use Papesr an to burn Hisuad is the first thing you see n opening the SIGNAL f The examining trial of J R PbBinson charged with attempted l rape was held Tuesday f ie defendant was heUl to Circuit Court in the sum of 250 7v From the number of heavy trainsI going over the road daily itAvould seem that business ryas neverbetf f1 than now on this division of xr N froinitheir inability to getNerfough cars to fill orders for their pne stone D L Carter the forenhm audt manager F S Phillip are hustlers Ian tllcitr services are appreciat time company Mr Carter been employed for 3ears almost oft1quarric5in the county and hut f itieri know more thou he does she proper manner of inanagemerit successfui stone quartving r f Irr aileiParsonsand wade for the woods The jail captured one and Willie Fis other J R Robinson charged with attempted rape escaped Extremely low rates will be given by the railroad to visitors to bIa m= moth Cave July 30th to August i8th when the various comanies of State Militia will be in encampment HAMPTON Peter Hampton who had been running a restaurant at Livingston for some time past died at his home near Rowland Monday morning He was a clever gentlemen well liked by allniLAUNDRY Prompt payment of all Laundry bills must be made every month as the company de mends it Patrons will please b governed accordingly July 18 3t COSSIE SUTTON Ag Juug tra witperty Ledt D G Martin manager of Cben ast hiework and his assistants Messrs Evans and William- nd very few idle momentst Judge Morrow will likely be a candidate for reelection If his nomination depended on his Rock wouled have plain sailing The old Jedge is a mighty popular man and his friends are legions Contracts for grading and bridge building on the Brush Creek valley railroad have been let and work begun Two car loads of tool arrived at Brush Creek Saturday N Davis of this place is a member of the locating engineer corps The Big Hill Coal Co is put ting in a 1200 foot incline railroad to reach one of their mines near Brush Creek station which 1Isoon be ready for operation when they will be ready to furnish their g quality of black diamonds in much larger quantities than here 2 tofore I r 2 The thoughts and feelings of those whose gardens are raided by the small and large hogs raised Pon the streets would fiardly be appropriate to arroear in pen The writer with others has su fered this imposition att various I times for several years st If the porkers cant root opea a gate they dig under the fence Vet in glde g thingto put up withtThe Brodhead Fair catalog has 2 ust been issued from this office The large and liberal premium list will no doubt attract many exhibits 1which insures a still bettter exhibi tion than even any of the six excellent preceding fairs held by its energetic and pushing managers Increasediinterest is being taken b- r proweneof the enterprise and call it ourvti Fair Lincoln and surrounding counties will continue to increase their exhibits and attendant August 20 2r audz will show larger gathering Brodhead than in any Qf the past years EncampmentThe annual State Gird nc lt prlient will be held Mammpth Cave one of the worlds wonders beginning JulY43o and ending Augiist 18 1902 Strong Efforts are beiog put forth Id make enterIn a yet to this end fie social features dur exJbe given during- encanlPmeat eachregiments aside from the hops that will occur nightly One in honorbyregiIluentan n boaHngfisbing thehasmake this ln exceptional time for making the trip The lowest rates evei given t the railroads of the tJIeenttreIas trate Wtn hc gii eli at tbg alctwlandt Ji1t fecG oio kdl ciIl X br lyapsley of Dnil1e will preach at the Presbyterian Church areJcordially invited Mti Vernon has more pretty babies than any town of its size and every one of the little rascals are smart as can be The base ballboys hers have got it lilts their heads that they can beat any thing on the turf in the mountains andw portion Of the bluegrass thrown in rEditor Albright of the Mt Ver non Signal is on hand accompa ed by his handsome bride ofa few daysOwensboro Special to Louisville Times of 23rd Lapsleyewas by a train afternoontthe danger of onto moving trains The SIGNALS correspondents th three exceptions failed to come to the front this week which caused theprotem editor the foreman and devil some extra scratching to find material for this issue asinsbarrel of beer that was being taken v and deposited same in city counsel room He proposes to carryout the Farris law This will be a test case NOTICEON and after date and until further notice we will pay the HickorySpokes 1Singletree Billets delivered on any Orchardsingston and Brush Creek SPOKES lt longABij on heart i 4 deep 28 in long C grade 500 per M 1 I IonaC3 on heart t deep 28 in long D grade 500 per M Otl heart 2 U deepr30 in long TAB trade 2300 per M on heart 2 4 deep 30 in long C and D grade 9 oo per M f i on heart z I deep 30 in long AB grade 3000 per M 2IS on heart 2r deep 30 in long C and D grade 1200 per M il macet Gfbe made from good live hickory free from knots birdpecks wind- shakes and all other defects Wr will accept spokes made from eith er scaly or shellbark hickory but we will not take spokes made from oignut hickory SINGLETREE BILLETS yscti heart 2 deep 46 in long 33oo per M 28 on heart 2 3 deep 42 in long x i 2800 per 11 21ol heart 37 deep 38 in long 2300 per M 21on heart 3 deep 36 in long 2000 per M Singletree billets must be made freede same grade of timber as D spokes riE rs foraHICKORY RIM STRIPS Prices for which will be furnished on application For any further information call on ataddress n s THErROYER WHEEL CO LEBANON KY OR L L J ARRETT JJnspto t Brodhead Ky Soft HarnessYou byIU8ln lust twice loas oa it ordinarily wo- uldEUREKA Harness Oil makes a poorlooking har- neSs ney loads of pure heavy bodied oil especially prepared to withstand the weather eerytcreI Pa h bl Ott C t t ei KRUEGERSOSN iMT VERNON KY PLACE TO DRIVE GREAT BARGAINS HOME COMFORTS PRICES CHOPPED 11s TOO SHOES LADIES GENTS 75c to 400 CHILDRENS SHOES 20C tO 115 CALICOSworth 50- SALE PriceIc PERCALES worth roc- SALE Price S3c FLANNELSworth lOC- oSALE Price 9C GOOD loc HOSE BIG Stock at sc BEST Soc UNDERWETRat NOTIONS all at Reduced Price LATEST Styles LADIES Trimmed Hats Worth 200 Sale price 150 FNDh Better SUGAR GOOD GRAJDE AT sets iARBUCKLE LION COFFEE roc FRESH CANNED FRUITSALL t CHINAWARE and Glssswate THE VJIJ3est SDDLES BRIDLES and HA NESS Saddles 6 CdS POKING STAVES and TI JjVRE FURNITURE ALL SORTS BED ROOM SIIITr tC ALL These Goods are New Arrivals to be Sold at Low Prices TRY US for Some of These BARGAINS and b Convinced NICE LADIES AND CHILDRENS HATS worth 150 MSale Price Sioo USand get low prices in the Big Brick p xt to the post office near railroad crossing f h flUh h h hh Ever A FewPairs Mens Iand La Shoes Will SeiPt Re duced Prices 7Note = the Reductions Mens 50NowDONTNO 11rRICES Dont Rush Nothan IW Fail to Come Wiiile theseSHoe tJargaTn s are offered 1 Goods and give prices and yoir can this SHOE BARGAIN Sale Yourtrade is Solicited C H FRITH ii I Brodhead Ky GO TO JONAS MCKENZIE MT VERNON KY 1 J t u 3flt ih for Everything m 4 Dry Goods Clothing Boots and Shoes t aneiGener1 jVIerchancligb Ncr BEST GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES x Phone No 83 y DL NNIE OWEN UNDERTAKER iIi Caskets Coffins Robes Etc Kept in Stock Orders by Mail Telegraph or Telephone Promptly filled lRODBEAD r KENTUCKY WILLIS GRIFFINPractical Undertlcer t t and FUNERAL DIRECT- OR44Mt Vernon 9llV StOck Complete Greatly FINE HEAHSE Attached Can furnish Metalic Caskets and hive Embalming done on short notice Come and see me anything Ihave not got can get for you ohv first train that leave the cry lj V OR DERS fuy 411 e Piom t ytl Eilled- i t lJ Phone afo63 i ii r lFan TkbSE WHO LIVE ON FARMS Th Bergin Paca Ills writes I have used BallarcTs Snow Lini meet always recommendit to utj friends as I cm confident these is Jo better made vlt isk dandy ibric mras 2hoser ho li k on fares Jrees cctafly liK1le 16V many accf deatal tatsbUin1siaiid braise s whiclihenl rapidly ttblien BaTlards 1I 1wwould al waYlbtept in the flour e 4 1forcases of emergency 250 506 andi6o Old by all druggists jc 1dRILEY HQUSE ffB E tLEY Pro LONDON KY l sSalHBA6QUAlf4cS for Coin niercial men pood Sample Room end convejiieuf tp Depot Rates 2 bq Per day r a Th eaada a Hote1fJOSEPH CQFF Y PRQSfc Stanford Ky Specially equipped for traveling men Sample iUt Ef on rst Boor Bathrooms free toguests t f RATESj2oor erav f 2 Hotel FntJa r 1 4 R L COLLIER P opr Located at the Depbt ic LBRODHEA K pOD LIVER AlTA Meet all Trains Day and Traveling Men and Railn men Solicited Will furnish Lunches for all tra W M Francisco MONUMENTAL WORKS f Bcodbead Ky Granite and Marble lI tand Tombstones ALL VORK F RSTC ASS I SATISFACTION GIVEN 1 mfevj P A Pennln ton D D S M D DENTST e N W Cor Third and Chestnut Sts LOUISVILLE KY Will be at Miller Houst Mt ernon duriugsall Circuit Courts wrist It to write for our confidential letter before a 1 lying for patent it may be worth we promptly obtain IT S and For- eignPATENTS and TRADE MARKS or return EN 5STIRE jittojmejs fee lend model sketch ATEFRf the e and advice and ourSt charges afeitioderate Try usw SWIFT Be CO Patent Lawyers Opp US Patent Qffic6Y a6hingtoR DC r Nw Fast Train l TO c CJiJjO R ADOrf i if zUAH ANDITHE PACrjIC COAST 1In effect Sunday May 19th v The new train will leave St Louis 900 a ra daily the evening train to same points 1010 p m daily Through sleeping car service be tween St Louis San Francisco and Northwestern points Only line I that does a twice daily Excursion tickets now on sale For further information address R T G Matthews X P A j LouisviHa Ky v IL C TOWNSEND Gen l Pass r aai Irkt Agt St Louis In alls1I t kinds Call at the Signal office Mt Vernon oI IF AAN LIE To Wcij And say some other shlve Jint j ment lotion oil orfcMeged hsaierijs as good as Bucklers Arnica Hahe i laB him thirty nof marvelous f PJteL qi oaS corns + st3th gjif5t tVrfr i iWoys n VIDE REPUTATION s jUlirtes Crearii Vermifuge has achieve da world wide reputation worttn destrbvers and forits tonic influ tnce on weak and unthrifiy chil dren as it neutralizes the acidity or sourness of the stomach improves ilatiouoir Food sbegthehs their nervousra f svstentsmdrtstores them to th health vigor and elasticity of spirits natural 10 Childhood Sold by all druggists t Iridiril1tncd Ayets Hair Vigor stop my from falling half d bottle cured me toI J C Baxter Braidwood Ayer Hair Vigor is certainly the most eco nomicarpreparation of its kind on the market A little of it goes a long way It doesnt take muchof it to stop falling2ofT the hair make thevhitgrow and restore color sits gray hair loea boat vdtltst If your dru cannot supply you namefJ p ATQVCp Lowell Mass r r MT tzpRNON DIRECTORY CALENDARis Mon day in each month- QUARTERLY COURT Fitst Mon day in January April July and October CIRCUIT CuuRTSecond Monday in February Fourth Monday in May and Third Monday in September MT VERNON POLICE COURT Third Monday in each month CHURCHES Services it the Christian ChurchPreach it4g 1st k 3r Sundays at 11 a m and at 730 p Sunday School 930 a m every Sunday Prayer Meeting Every Thursday 730 pm adTMall services DAVIDUARTSFlELDPastor Presbyterianfolds services on the 4th Sunday morning and evening piefs byteriaii church on the and Sunday morning and evening in etch month Baptist Church Services en the Third Saturday night and Sunday Sunday School at y a m every Sunday payer meeting on Tuesday nights MASONIC 31dayT3111 VERNON Tit A CHAPTER No MO MEETS every FOURTH MONDAY at 2 p m MACCABEES K O T M TEXT No 21 meets every 1st and 3rd Monday at 730 p nt JAS E IIOUK Com JJPlNCrR K PROFESSIONAL willianisiAUTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KY JOFFICE Ou 2nd floor The Bank of ML Vernon on Church street Special attention giv to collections r Phone No So M L MYERS Il1rFIRSTCLASS KYI WORK OFFICE In the Krueger new a brick I I P NK No 73 TMiIlerHUGH House I ILER PROPRIETOR KCeadquarter Cturi Lnercial Men ilrlt at Tall trains aj I 7 1W nd Stock and Crop ii wellJtO b5 id gc Urda v thefnighesl pr e sjn CAJSy t i Vl j A Boty of Garrard SQ l5St vefck H6rchr Ip dsof export cattle at 6C J t Therea ere 125 cattle on the Danvitle ii arket yesterday about half of hichchanged hands Yearlings brought 3U to 4Cheifers 3 tor 3 re and butcher stuff 3 to 3c Very few horses and mules i changed haudsIntetioriJ- ournaL W C Teitiaie lvHarrodsburg i has bought roc head of mule colts at prices ranging from 40 to 6o 4s5eper head 7 t v F D Harf f a leading eitiaen df Midjclles oro has started a ginseng farm jjie his a patch of ground fifty feetEq uare planted Shelby 1evis ofShelby City has lost 50 hogs by cholera during th last two months bltofa bunch of fine two hundred pounders ah e only has twenty1 left He these will escape tile dfseas c P W Raylof Lexington rjjir chased of Walker Lyons of Ltc ln county the fouryearold saddl gelding Hamlet King by King Chester dam Hamlet girl by Hamlet for 1206 r Winchester Demo crat E P Bean sold in Louisville for Thos HHm Clay a crop of 1 8 hhd- itof tobacco at an average of 620 home He was offered sJ15 for it at home J C Caldwell fsold to B Sanders Co 150 head ot expo cattle at 635 Charley Caldwell sold to the same parties 35 head at 6125 Advocate v Fifty years ago Mason and Flem ing counties were among the leading hemp growing counties of th State and now there is probab not an acre grown in either count hasnt been an acre tolfifteen DemocratJThe country around Humboldt Tenn is devoted almost exclusively to raising tomatoes and growers have been shipping north an aver age of three hundred car loads per week for several weeks past The Kansas Experiment Stati in tests at feeding steers say that the saving in feeding corn and cob meal over whole corn was 35 percent I Mrs Ivy vavrence reports to the Courier the performance of a cow owned by her and thinks she entitled to the premium S ishe states that in fify five consecu i days she weighed up for sale sixt five pounds of butter besides wh her family of five used during the time and all made from this one cow The animal is a Jersey of good breeding seven years old Spencer Courier SPRING AILMENTS THere is an aching and tired eel ing the liver bowels and kidneys become sluggish and inactive the digestion impaired with little or no appetite no ambition for anything and a feeling that the whole body and mind needs toning up The trouble is that during winter there has been an accumulation of waste willoremove secure to secretions effectefully restore the wasted tissues and give strength in place of weakness Sold by all druggists The Democratic appellate con vention of the First district met at Paducah Tuesday A large ciowd of delegates was in attendance and worked with harmony INCUEIA roundfSrotisp sells better than any where else I takingIt bedOsi1uptesotT409415 Pearl Street New YorL soc aud SLOP aU tsliy r t POLITICS sad POLITICIANS 0 HIABtissouri Democrats are in State convention at St Joseph yiVvg com mittee oft tth1Ktigiitijlijtrit met Wccliiesday at Nichol svflK t Rhea Helm and Hobdy are the candidates for the Democratic nom ination for congress in Third dis tact The Hon Chas W Nesbitt has withdrawn from the race for Cir ciiir Judge leaving Allie W Yotliig a clear field i Chairman Griggs of theElemp cratic Cdugressicnal Qampatf Committee says the P moerdtss- houldd win with the tariff trilstSj asPliilPissue fi t Senator IMbLauriu of South G arojiua lias declined the proffered aPPoilitm ht the the vacany ort tie bench of tne United States Court of Claims In his letter to President Roosevelt heinelosed a newspaper soldeThe Democratic Committee of hassthenomineesCommonwealths Attorneyre botheThe results in the county con ventions held by the Democrats in the Tenth district last Saturday indicate a lively race between the Hon Frank A Hopkins of Floyd Bscon- vention on Thursday Congress man Whiteleads ininstructed votes theFthrteach member o Gov Tafts party with a personal lIo1rocco goosequill thelywithIlla cameo center bearing the figure of the Virgin surrounded with pearls udge Smith and Maj Porter both receiveda gold jubilee medal The Pope gave Mrs Taft an enamel reproduction of the ancient painting of St Ursula surrounded by virgins CURES WHEN DOCTORS FAIL onMrs Frank Chiasson Patterson La writes June 8th 1901 I had malaria fever in very bad form was under treatment by doctors but as soon as I stopped taking their medicine the fever would return I used a sample bottle of Herbine found it helped me Then bought two bottles which completely cured forvemediYrecommendato those suffering from malaria as it will surely cure them7 Her brae 500 bottle Sold by all drug gists A Miraculous FeatI- tseemed that nothing short mylittledaughter death says City Marshall A H Malcolm of Cherokee Kan U When two years old she was taken with stomach and bowel trouble and despite the efforts of the best physicians we could procure she grew gradually worse and was pronounced in curable A friend advised I Dr- Miles Nervine and after gl ring it a few days she began fj improve and final ly fully recovered She is now past five years of age and the very picture of healthvSold by all Druggists 3r MUSS Modicat Co Elkbaind itr i f1ontTakPillsJ Theytemporarily constipationby bowels but regular action cannot be secured until the liver secretes enough bile to make the intestinestiiexecute their natural functions unnat = ural agitation caused cathartics compels SBi i 4acts on the cures Chills r JtlMIIliver every form gf and Intel IIImitting Fevers and by gofifffr to the seat of the works permanent cure FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE o 4 At hasC Davis Drugstoret tot 7 a 1 Lou v i Me Iteridersuntvi X anS EO iS Railw y I i tmesee ers IxcirsioriAT f LOWEStTO T- HEWEST fT i e k diTuesdays in MARCH APRIL and MAY 1902 r = Also Low Colonist One Way Rates to the Northwest and CaJifeiiiaL Points vxev A v J For Further information Address NeArentfKY should at t 1 It the leading Commercial School in Kentucky f 2 Its of study ark thorough and systematic I 3 A written contract backed by a special deposit of 100000 is siren + ii permonthtT 4 We pay railroad fare to t s 5 We refund graduation every cent of tuition to if the iis not I cL1AH0 AAN lNi IAN by the Ca tor alt ich lire tuns two trains day fro M mphi to Texas I aitho r change hese t ai s el er reach directi or onnecUo for al of Texas O ahow c end Indian Territory you want to fliA d xGod home Texas where crops are d and pe le prosper for acoj y of ourthxndsorao IIC in the and Through Te xaswttb Camera Sent free to any who Is noxious to his NEED MORE HELP Often the overtaxed organs of digestion cry out for helpby Dys pepsias pains Nausea DizzinessI Headaches liver disorders Such troubles for LifeIFguaranteed to cure 25C at all druggists drug store A settlement wa made at Chicago with shorts on July corn This irtu llj ends the corner OLD a t SINtr if2 xficef i t + jjot HjtUL a 51Rl- ASONS i i iWHYYC8L afCourse the Ijis courses students Louisville upon paid us satisfied JoftTEP Areb streac make close pftrts where Homes South bettcr call and take L JIIfftYATTrpAtilEAUIE ff F T ST IM13 M IlC McCLA- RUndetacT 8LFimba7mcrs Cajnulete LINE of Caskets Robes cCc Ordeis by Telephone attend ed promptly p Stanford Ky iiulyrMtfa r