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L I T 1 1 dV F rl 4 IOt1U I etnor I nli rVOLUME XV MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY AUGUST 8 1902 NUMBER 415 T TELL MY FRIENDS TO BE BRAVE AND FEARLESS AND LOYAL TO THE GREAT COMMON PEOPLE i LJp To ateBRIGHT And Nevvf t wieilc1- atEi1dcV K A l t I 1I C- uT iia t o RIP ii 5 hi rt THE MOST THE MOST THE MOST STORE IN EUEL GREEN 1IHO Solitude charms that Sages have seen in thy FaceT This was said to be an utterance of Robinson Crusoe while on the isle of Juan Fernandes and it would seeps from the way he ex Sqlifudeuhim at that purticular time He no doubt had taken an overdose it and as anything too often used or in large doses becomes monotonous or even nauseating we pre self often wish to and often do steal awhile away from very cumbering care stroll all alone to some sequestered spot there conceal myself from old Sol lie 0down close my eyes and go back fto the old homestead around the Jf old hearthstone again see father and mother the other members oaf tile Tamily =little fellows all at homeland in our minds eye how natural all appear so much so that we can almost attribute reali ty vo our day dream We find father as usual engaged in some V useful employment chewing his strong tobacco and talky hard as he could all the while to us boys while we assisted tain the work then there was mother 0 name that makes the heart leap when we think it speak it or hear lit spoken dressed just as she was H 40 years agothe same dress and bonnet as busy as bee doing dozen chores and getting dinner at the same time Then dinner came find we all assembled around the same oldi P1atelandtincup large ppnb of corn bread lay upon plate near boyiupper end of the tableaof beans and taters and dish of ifiried hog sat near the middle two of the children cried for the big gest taters but Pap appeared at once as umpire and the matter was settled in short orderI tell you tie old manJs word was law from his decisions no appeals were ever taken The same old yaller cat aud brindle dog decked the hearth and door steps the old blue hen old speck and the big red rooster that Bill always claim edvere there The turkeys and the geese andwhen we strolled over bf1arm to barn and pastur we saw the same cows horses iI 1an rr r4i L1ttf I I I Pairs E EEii c ii 1f BreechesI i Strongest Trousers Iv4ade BREDIN OLD KENTUCKY Worn from Maine to California ANOTHER pair if L they lip in the Seams L J SUCCESSFUL RELIABLE POPULAR ROCKCASTLE i I rp o s ljNowI v I t i homegrown ai v a a a a i f at V dominicndold a l J t m Sheep everything looked just as it did 40 years ago and for a time I forgot all else I saw myself boy perfectly natural and in fact to all intents and purposes for the time being I saw a again until I fell asleep end entere the land unconsciousness BUCK VARNON 41 a TEACHERS ASSOCIATION Tle Fourth Magisterial districtt afSaturday in August 1902 at 9 oclock a m The following is the program c by Choir er by Rev Thos Smith Opening Address W T Mullins Primary Reading Miss Vira De Bord and D R Geetry Essay by Miss Carrie Frith Recitation by Miss Lillie McBee How Teach Spelling J F Brown and W H Owens Oration by H B McClary Essay by Mrs Sam Brown Arithmetic Compound Numbers Dannie Owens Division f Fractions S EL Martin Mensuration J M Craig Essay by Miss Maggie Hansel Song by Choir Adjournment for noon Afternoon Session1 oclock p Song by Choir Address b3 Rev Thos Smith History by Vt T Mullins Recitation by Miss Altie Owens Hygiene by Walker Owens and J W Proctor Oration by JJ Ping Debate Resolved that there Dlalawin Kentucky Affirmative VTlIullinsandlNalkerOwensj JvI Craig Recitation by Miss Lou Ella Jarrett Song by Choir Adjournment PH SHUTTS Sec HysiCIAN ARID DRUGGIST Fore Sturgeon a prominent tionIRyI by Dr GE Snigley to send f Herbine for the benefit of o customers We ordered three doz lenin December and we are g1 to say Herbine has given sc great satisfaction that we have duplicated this oraer three times j and today we gave your salesman another Qrder We beg to say Dr G B Snigley takes pleasure recommending Herbine hoc ai botlle at Chap C Davis drugstore Four iben were shot at a negro maJ4a lI Tggaaiup I i iIl StiLm CRAB ORCHARD 0 Miss Rhoda White ofLancaster is visiting relatives here Mrs M E Bronaugh of Dan HdMrs Dr Black of Knoxville Tenn is with her mother Mrs lL S Fish BirIminghamfather Scott Paris ll aEdgaropened school Monday at the WThites schoolhouseIPerry Embry a colored man is very low with consumption withI no chance of recovery J R Brooks who has been visiting his mother has returned to business in Atlanta Ga D Magee representing Cole man Bros clothing merchants of Louisville is with homerclks Charlie Holman who has been in business in Alabama is visiting his mother Mrs Claudia Holman The Crab Orchard school opened on the 4th with Dr Hickle as teacher and Morris Spoonarnore assistant mMr Jasper Thompson of Clar ence was here He was a AccompaniedGeo Thompson Dr Win Myers of Thorntown Ind has been called here to se his father stewart Myers who is very ill at the Gover house familyeMiss Hazel Slaughter and little brother Robert leave today for their home hiBrewtown Ala Dr Stapp and family who have beep visiting among their married areIexp near Postmaster Florence of Stan for spent last week at the Beasley hotel He came to visit P 11 Patten and they had quite a pleas rant chat urJohn Chadwick who is clerking for W E Perkins has been off accountcch f to report him better at this writing Mrs George Elam died on the 3rd of t1She leaves a husband and thr little girJs May He who tempers the wind to the shorn lambs cox fort them in their distress frs Jno Macarfey nee Miss LizxiK C loydy wenf up toBrou JI 500Strongest and Best OTof alls IN THE LAND On Sale at 1 i I ONLY5OCtS I A PAIR j iif EyMore S pfHammock PAIRS Fi No OneI I lhead on the 1st to visit her grand father Isaac Whitehead She ped off here to visit her aunt Irs1 Patten as she returned home J C McWhorter undertaker is suffering from blood poison He hada fall about ten asYn and bruised himself considerably The bruises have become inflamed and it is thought to be the effects of handling a corpse Mrs J L Anderson passed quietly away August 2Sth She had been great sufferer for several months leaves a husband two married daughters and three single ones and one little boy youngest of the family They have the of the entire 1ISCONWAY 0ISirs J H Sigman continues very low D C Pullins was on Clear creek last Tuesday W H Mobley was at home from Ford Sunday John Sigman and Thomas Baker were in Berea last Tuesday Robt Riddle made a trip to Whites Station last Sunday Robert Cook of Scaffold Cane was in Lincoln county last week Taswell Morgan and Rankin have gone to Ford tot workLittle Johnnie Maiden who had agoepro Frank1 Jones John Blazer and Matt Grinstead were in Paint Lick milling last Tuesday G W Shockley and family were out from Berea and spent Satur day and Sunday with relatives on Scaffold Cane The Baptist dedication at Scaffold Cane was largely attended last Sunday and the good old Baptist and1j d ALL WERE SAVED For years I suffered such untold misery from Bronchitis writes J H Johnston of Broughton Ga that often I was unable to work Then when everything else failed I was toIycured by Dr Kings Mew Discovery for Consumption frykm Asthma till it cured her and all iteeis the best medicine in the wof1dII A trial will convince 3ou its unrivaled for Throat and Lung diseases Guaranteed bottles 500 andiopV Tri l bo tles free attillt druggist r I liZP Mens 1 Sufts I 5 00 Suits for 3 00 OOIFEW SUJTS 1ft TD CLOSE AT I I I 12 5Q I OF ALL KINDS secs price n any store in L Kent y UAILi artiSteve Thompson has gone to Louisville IH G Sutton sold to Brown 28 hogs al6fc 1onas Brown Sr 7of Brodhead was here Sunday and Monday iJo T Sowder of Garrard has benin this section hunting hogs Rev D R Gentry filled his regular appointment at Bethel Sun day The Rev J L Davis began protracted meeting at Providence Sunday night Mr Nat Gooch and family of Pulaski have been visiting H G Sutton and family M G Dovvell has returned from the South where he has been in the picture business Cris Sowder of Garrard has been visiting relatives in this sec tion for several day Sheriff H L Tate was in this section Friday writing tax ceipts for the people John Vanderpool and sister of Bryan tsville have been visiting the family of Brent Brown Theodore Jones of Preachers vill was herelast week and bought of John Adams iS hogs for 3750 Dan Holman bought of various parties some yearlings at 15 to 20 and also some fat stuff at fair pricestLet every teacher in this the Fourth magisterial district strive to make the Teachers Association which will be held at Freedom church on the fourth Saturday in August success LOOK PLEASANT J PLEASE Photographer C C Harlan of ause suffered untold agony from the worst form of indigestion All physicians and medicines failed to help ht whichI sufferers from dyspepsia and storn ash troubles Unrivaled for diseases of the Stomach Liver and Kidneys they build up and give new life to the whole system Try them Only Soc Guaranteed by all dru gist The Covington company of the State Guard refused to drill the Mammoth Gave encampment be causejis the soldiers claimed the rations were short in quantity an- bad d in citialit ftt Childrens Suitsi AT I i 650 750 i oo TO I ZE NOTHINGBUT f BARGAINS 6I BOYS NICE Suits Ir r 12 75 TO 4 OO I Groceries Furniture ftt s dJ o a re a thoughIe at Ii ATT IBorn to the wife of George a twelve pound boy Mrrm Adams made a busi 41 ness trip to Mt Vernon Tuesday P C Lear who has been located near Paris for some weeks is at home again Rev J C Carmical filled his regular appointment here Saturday and Sunday Messrs William Hysinger and Charlie Sargent attended court at Richmond Monday r Mr Joe Sowder a clever gentleman was over from Cartersville 0rst of the week trading- A K McClary sold to Wm Adams a tract of land near Tates sawmill at 706 per acre Mr R W Martin left here Saturdoy for Knox county where he is a witness in a land suit Hamilton Jourdan of Conway bought of Henry Parkerson this place thirty hogs at 7c also one jack for 150 Mrs Mary Duvall and daughter Mrs Sarah Kenney are visiting Dr Benton and family of Brod j head Mr J M Cress and familyof Preachersville are spending this week with their many relatives ra here J Mr Cress bought a nice bunch of hogs of various parties in this section this week This must be the last Messrs Eugene and Dee Pritch ette of Danville were the guests of their sister Mrs Cash Hiatt SaturdayGeorge Thompson and daughter Leora accompanied by Miss Addie Chivel of Maretburg attendedAchurl here Sunday We are now having an abund ance of rain which we have needed so badly for some weeks and crops I are looking prosperous Danha alit visit of three weeks to her sister Mrs Mollie Hiatt Dr Gravely was called Sunday to see Albert Hiatt who is quite jill with fever Albert has been teaching for some weeks near Wil I mang i f speedy and that he will soon berable to take charge of his school againyf The monthly Government report t fl 1 showsrhe cpuditidrTof cotton to rje fcil 819 vv f i x r- I t r MtVernon Signal FRIDAY AUGUST 8 1902 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on aj licationw DEMOCRATIC TICKET 0 rFOR CONGRESS HON GEORGE G GILBERT r itOFSHELBY r f H II IIENN1NGER Of Wayne county is a candidate for Stat Treasurer subject to the action of the Democratic party THE day of conventions for the purpose of nominating candidates rv rapidlybecoming truly it should Primary elec tions where the voters can walk- up cast their vote for their favor ite candidate is the only fair way if there be a fair way of selecting such candidates A primary is not only the fairest and best method of ascertaining the partys choice in such matters but the surest and safest way of preventing discord and party wrangles and of securing party success THE outlaw Harry Tracy w escapades and daring feats his escape from the Orego tentia ry on the 9th of Jun astonished the world is dead ti a bullett fired from his own j preferring to take his life rat than to be captured For over sixty days he had been the terror of the citizens of two States Wash- Ington and Oregon and his cap ture is due to a few determined citizens with one lone deputy sheriff THE Hon John B Chenault of Richmond present Insurance Com missioner of Kentucky is a can didate for the emocraticnomina 7 tion for State Auditor Search the State from one end to the other and a better more loyal and faithful Democrat and one more suited liil to fill the office to which he aspires can not be found We rise to make the nomination who will be l the first to make a seco- ndSCRAPS roBY JET Prof Willis L Moore Chief of the Weather Bureau has perfected arrangements to make thorough ex periments with a newly invented l device for heralding the approach of lightning The experiments will be conducted at the new observatory to be erected in Duluth Chief Moore says the invention should prove of much value to the Weath er Bureau in its work Father F L Odenbach a Catholic priest of Cleveland invented wiiat a 100 apJSuccessful experiments it is said have been made with the invention Ey Government officials at Cleveland e and Duluth J The following story is toldof a ventriloquist now famous but at11 the time of this happening so hard up he used to walk between the OnJPhiladelphia on foot and on the road he picked up a miserable little dog because it looked so much like he felt The story will ex plain what became of the dogIThe first house he came to was a saloon and of course he wanted a i drink He had no money but went in anyhow to see what he could do The proprietor a German said Well what will you have F rIre said Ill take a little whisC 4 Sky and then turning to the do he askedWhat will you havec t itjJ JTheanswer came very pr pti Ill take a ham sandwich pueJGerman ryas so surprIsed heC f IdogWhat did you say The dog repiediI said a ham sandwich Hans thought it wonderful that a dog should be able to talk and askedwho had trained him how long it had taken etc and wound up with How much you take for him Oh said Mr Ventriloqist I- ouldnt sell him at any price but I am a little hard up now and ifI you will lend me 50 Ill leave him with you till I bring back the money All right said Hans I just want him for a little while so I can show him to some smart people I know around here comee back soon You mean son of a gun to sell me for 50 after all Ive done for ou So meMosas Ill never Bpeaklive And he didnt There is no better authenticated fact in history thin the lucidity of Swedenborg in the following well known incident On a certain afternoon in September 1756 he ar rued at Gottenburg 300 miles from Stockholm which was the home of Swedeuborg That evening there was a gathering of 15 prominent people of the place to meet and welcome him But Swedenborg was preoccupied and restless He went out into the street and then returned disturbed d anxious He declared that ere was a most destructive fire ging at Stockholm at that mo entthat the house of a friend horn he named was already de stroyed and that his own was in imminent danger At 8 oclok after two hours of anxiety he announced that the fire was arrested only three doors from his own house This statement and the manner ofobtaining the information created a great stir and wonder not only among the guests who were assem bled but throughout the city The following morning he was sent for by the Governor of the town and to him he gave a detailed account of the conflagration and its course and on Monday news was receive- rom Stockholm confirming in eWleryJ respect the statement already by Swedenborg Other porfectly verified instances- of Swedeiiborgs lucidity are well known POLITICS and POLITICIANS 0 The Hon A O Stanley of Hen derson was given the democratic nomination for Congress in the Second district The Republican primary held in Eleventh district Monday was a landslide for Boreing the present representative carrying every county save Bell which is the home of Col Colson Parker the third main n the race got rather a small vote throughout the district Hon John S Rhea received the Democratic nomination for Congress in the Third district Hon McKenzie Moss is the Republican nominee Adjoining Counties o The Danville fair closes today Henry Blankenship of Boyle county aged 101 years is dead The Richmond Lodge of Elks will attend the Lexington Fair in a body 0very disastrous fire visited the town of Lancaster Sunday morn ing destroying the new Garrard hotel the opera house Frisbee s drugstore and W A Arnolds originatedIsurance 12000 SHATTERS Air RECORDS Twice in hospital F A Gulledge Verbena Ala paida vast sum to doctors to cure a severe case of Wbegn Bucklers Arnica Salve soon cured hiss Subdues Inflam FaiuYS Best salve in the world25c at all druggists v 7 ifr l L OIL NOTES 0 The Central Oil Gas ands Min Co of Lexington have struck a nice flow of oilon the J W Baughman farm in Lincoln county at a depth of 560 feet The Somerset Oil Company H brought in their No 10 well at Sun nybrook last week and it is doing 100 bbls a day with promising reguantyThe Geary NO4 is down 600 feet and will probably come in the last of next week Burnes well on the Slagle farm at Cooper came in quitely at 600 feet with an undoubted 50 bbl prod- uctionln the same locality the Cumberland Oil Cos well which was shot recently is proving a fair thpe news is phenominally good Bobs Bar No 2 is yielding all of ISO barrels a day and the fresh water is handled off with little trouble Old obs Bar No I is being treated to a new derrick for handling safely the casing to be placed for cutting off the water The situation in the field shows brighter than for some time the output haying doubled in quantity this month Somerset Journal NIMARETBURG 0 L E Houk bought of Will Hysinger seven nice yearling steers BIOSMrs J M allins who has been quite low for several months is some better Several refreshing rains having fallen this week the farmers are again hopeful of good crops Mr S H Martins school i progressing nicely with his usual large attendance Mr J N Griffin is at Livingston this week with his son Egbert who is doing good buiness in a restaurant there Mrs Will Perkins and pretty children of Crab Orchard were th guests of Mrs Rebecca Reynolds the first of the week We are very glad to see our jolly friens Mr J J McCall on foot again after quite a siege with the malarial ftvet Mrs H H Painter and daught nedxtIweek for Arkansas where she wi join her husband and where they will make their uture hom We regret very much to give up such clever neighbors but nevertheless we bid them God speed and wish them prosperity and happiness in their faraway home Mrs Bert Owens one of our best Christian women passed quietly away on Wednesday July 30th Her death was quite a shock to her many relatives and friends as her illness was not considered danger antd four children to mourn the loss of a good wife and devoted mother Cheer up dear children for mothers gone Where sorrow no more can coin To her the dearest earthly friend Who sleeps in her narrow home Trust on and believe in the Savior The Savior she trusted and love Trust on looking onward and up ward He will lead you to mother above KENTUCKY FAIR DATES 0LLawreuceburg 1116 August 1622 i922Maysville 2u29LondonFlorence August 2 7 Germantown August Elizabethtown Bardstown September 2730I Bowling Green September 1013 I3dLouisville September 2227 Hartford October 14 Brodhead 2022 Barbourtalle Sept 35 Somerset Fair Sept 2 3 4 5 Talk about terrapins Mrs N Hasty while picking blackberries a short while since found in her rounds six of them and brought home to how that she was the only person who faundso many of jthese Slow going creaUstes inN pnepJ d4y BRODKEAD Fair Aug 20 2122a iR Coffees Coated with stale eggs glue and other things are not fit to drink Lion Goffee is pure uncoated strongsQaa111Jd NOTICE ON and after date and until thee following prices for Split Hickory Spokes Second Growth Butts and Singletree Billets delivered on any of our yards between Crab Orchard and Livingston and between Livingston and Brush Cre- ekSPOKES II longABon heart ia deep 28 in ion 1C grade 500 per M 16 on heart i jt deep 28 in long- C grade 500 per M- onI 2 heart t3 deep 28 in long D grade 500 per M 2 longA2 longC2 r longAB2I on heart 23 deep 30 in long C and D grade 1200 per M j All AB spokes must be made from good HEAVY SOCOND GROWTH timber andall spokes moat be made from good live hickory free from knots birdpecks wind shakes and all other defects Wr will accept spokes made from eith butewe not oignut hickory BILLETSd 141i 3300 per 2ygon heart zfo deep 42 in long i 2800 per 11 2 J oa heart 37 deep 38 in long 2300 per IVP j2U on heart 3 deep 36 in long 2000 per M Singletree billets must be made freefromthe same grade of timber as spokes DI V WE are also in the Market for J HICKORY RIM STRIPS Prices for which will be furnished on applicationtFor any information call on or address THE ROYER WHEEL C4- LEBANON KY OR L L AKRETT Insptr Brodhead Ky oNelson Morris and Chevalier 1 Taucred Vclla arrived yesterday at Madison Ind in an Iron boat eighteen feet Jong on their way to Rio de Janeiro They represent London and Berlin geographical societies a d ul make tl tiii j wholly in the boat JriSHERIFFS SALE 0 By virtue of execution No I n61 directed to me which issued from the Clerks office of the Clark Circuit Court in favor of M Eve Bronaugh vs J L Munday etc I will on the 25th day of August 1902 between the hours of 10 oclock A M and 3 oclock P Mat 1J the front door of the court house in Mt Vernon Rockcastle County Kentucky expose to public sale t the highest bidder the following described property located in Rock castle County Kentucky near Wildie vis The onetenth undivided inter est in the following described land bounded on the north by the lands of Williasa Jones on the east by the lands of J J Wood and W H Fish on the south by the home stead of Mrs J F Butner and C B Chenault Co and on e thAn west by the laricls of Mrs Phillips and William Jones and containing 125 acres also the one tenth undivided interest in the homestead tract assigned to Mrs J F Butner in the division of her husbands estate This homeste tract is bounded as follows the north by the tract above described on the east by said tract and the lands of C D Chena and L T Stewart on the south the lands of L T Stewart and on the west by the lands of A Phillips and containing 65 acres levied on as the property of Ida L MondayTERMS The sale will be ma on a credit of three months bo withapproved security will be required of the purchaser beari 6 per cent interest from the date sale and having the force a effect of a judgment This August the 4th 1902 H L TATE S R C By W G CLARK D S o tN FI9 H i iIn summer can be prevented fby taking 1 gItsin winter If you are weak run down it will build you up orISend for free sample ChemistsMYorkf H drugistsg ri In a church near Catlettsburg while services were in progress Syl vester Copley shot and killed John White The tragedy was the out1 come of an old grudgelMrs C A Spreckels of San Francisco has lost or been robbed of a 20000 pearl necklace in Lon don Hats lit CRUSHER m COVE The recent rains have been a blessing to our farmers Emrait Treadway who leas beers ry low with pneumonia fever is recoveringG j is now working X with JV S Langfords crew on Section No 26 Guard Mullins was here from SundaysoGreaser Johnson and his sister Miss Thersa visited relatives at Wildie the first of the week There is a large force ofmen now working on the grade for the new railroad up Brush creek J G Riddle sold to Mason Noag Co a bill of lumber to be used for tramroad purposes 4 Miss Helen Singleton is getting along nicely with her school and has good discipline and atteudance The singing at the schoolhouse will be held on Saturday evenings hereafter instead of Sunday after il noonElmer Percifield and Miss Lucy WednesdayOat J W Riddell Mrsalt Dowell and children atbya to relatives HillnThe United States Realty and Construction Company has been JeX66n000000 Ennof- ten at Woodburn Ward county and secured 1500 in money and notes- Earthquake t shocks were felt througout Central Portugal Gov Beckham was at Mammoth Cave where he reviewed the Second Regiment K S Gand the First Artilery battalion at 615 oclock Tuesday evening WARDMAGEES vj ANNU- ALCLe1U1NCe5LCU v 4 A specialty for the next F I FTEEN days If you need a nice H AT this is your chance Big line Greco Railroad Panama Golf and Alpine shapes NICE For 48cts 125 HATSIFOR 98C All others in proportion Come in and see this nice display of Hats WARD it MAGEE r KentuckyI N CHASNCDAVIS The Place to Obtain I Fresh Drugs ALSO Patent Medicines of all Kinds Perfumery Stationery Toilet Articles CIGARS AND TOBACCO 11IPaints and Oils vPRESCRIPTlONS carefully Compound lt1t llri bis day or nightA v Phone No 6s c it 1YjTh i r = Mt Vernon SigilalM- tVERhoN Ky AUGUST 8 1902 Call up No 79 when voui want to Coinmuni cntt with SIGNAL 79 LauisvfLLE NASHVILLE R R cJ TIME TABLE 24 north 1055 a m 26 north 104 a m 23 south 200P ID 25 South 139 a m IAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Fatered d the Ut Yeeeoa Ky Pat o6te us eee uaOClasa mall matte- rPERSONALS 0 Eugene Mullins is teaching the Liberty band Harve Mink the lumberman was here yesterday Rev R B Mahony is here to day writing insurance- Dr J G Lucas was up fromc Livingston Wednesday The Rev W D Gibbs spent several days here this week A Gustafisou was a pleasant caller at SIGNAL office yesterday- J J Clancy one of Livingstons good citizens was here yesterday Mr and Mrs J W Baker spent Sunday with their son U G Baker J M Cress of Preachersville was here Wednesday buying hogs James 1 White and family have proved from Lancaster to Stan fordR B Mullins left Monday night for a trip through Eastern Ken tucky Mrs Walter Turpen is visiting the family of her brother G S Griffin Judge Alcorn passed througli yesterday afternoon en route to London Mr and Mrs Joe Burcell spent tlievd esferdaYWJt s annie- C AlbrightMessrs R Hughes and W W Withers of Stanford were bere Sunday Mr and Mrs J Thos Cherry were guests of Mr and Mrs J W Brown Sunday Mrs M Hobbs of Preachersville a sister of James 1 White has gone to New Mexico George M Gatliff called while in town Wednesday and left his subscription for the SIGNAL Miss Berdie Estes will leave in a few days for Niagra Falls to visit herSister Mrs Edgar Rickard Mr and Mrs J J Lawrence areI spending a few days with Mr Lawrences mother of near Level GreenCapt L C Smith who recently sold out his business at Wildie has accepted a position with the Kuane Cooperage Co of Richmond Eugene Mullins who is one of the best young musicians in eastern Kentucky is playing with the Liberty Band this weekIFritz Krueger Jr left Wednesday morning for Pikeville with a wagon and team Fritz Sr left that night by train for same point Charles Carter of the Carter Mann Lumber Co of Mansfield Ohio was here with L ire Stewart one of the firm yesterday They do an immense business M R Jones was here Wednesday and told us that he had already contracted for a farm in Illinois and would leave for that State sometime about the first of next yearMr Theo Pig who left this county some few year ago and moved to Garrard has been here this week looking after some s business interests and visiting old friendsJack Maretwho was telegraph ing on C V division for many years has moved with his family to Texas wteere he will follow his profession awas one of the L Sc1 s fnstest crators Mr and Mrs James Meadows of Pine Hill came up Wednesday to have some dental vork done Judge V Boreing passed through Wednesday en route to Louisville and was wearing a smile of a win ner Vats Brown is ready to rent his stable which he built to house the auto he didnt draw at Richmond Elks fair The Hon Harve Helm of Stan ford passed through on Monday afternoons train to visit the Knox county oil fields LOCALS 0Brodhead Fair Aug 2021 and 22nd W M Poynter has moved into his new store Born to the wife of G S Griffin a fine girl The late storms have interfered- considerably j with telephone service here and throughout Central Kentucky Coru yes theres going to be lots it The late drouth has been broken by good rains and farmers will build additional cribs JBS WANTEDOld iron 25C per hundred for it delivered at HOUK ADAMS big brick on Main street Mt Vernon Ky Read the label on your paper and see if it dates beyond August 1902 If not we would like to furnish you with a new receipt The L N still offers a rate of 450 for the round trip to Mam moth Cave Tickets will be sold until Aug 17 and good until Aug 21st The L N will sell tickets to LexingtonAug II to 16 limited until the iSth at one fare for the round trip account of the Lexington Fajr Baker Whitehead the new Livingston firm are more than pleased with their adventure and say that business is even better rtfemteyAe XP ected tQ ndiFit i jii No A K sWillie the eleven mouthsold son of Mr and Mrs J W Noaks died Saturday night after an illness of only a few hours of cholerainfantum KILLEDMrs Walter Elrod was thrown from her buggy near Leroy Pulaski county Monday- and was killed Mrs Elrod was a sister of Mrs J N Brown of Level Green A party composed of Misses Alice and Rosa Dolan and Nannie Wells of this place Miss Sallie Linton of Louisville J J Ping- George D Penniugton A W Sowardand W R McClure made a trip to Salt Peter Cave Sunday Em Azbill the woman who was with Willis and Wyatt Allen when they killed Squire Gatliff and who was indicted at the May term of Court as an accessory tothe crime has sbeen lodged in jail for safe keeping Cox Bros who recently pur chased a half interest in the old brick hotel are having the rooms on the west side thrown together and a storeroom fitted up They hope to be able to move into it by the first of September Jones Fish who is one of our most up todate and enterprising merchants is having a new side- walK built from C C Williams law office down to the co nerla much needed improvement If some halfdozen or more people world do likewise we would be ssry well supplied with walks thvo out the town Mr Nathan ca ten of the Big Hill section went to the Berea Bank Saturday and drew out 50 A negro who evidetly saw hi m get the money met him on his way home late thatevening and asked to ride a partof th wa ith Mr Steel in his buggy btt was refused That night about 12 oclock he was awakened anti saw this same negro leaving the room when he opened fire and killed him ant searching 1thbpd found hslf 30 V r IFritz Krueger our contractor and is at home from Pikeville for a few days where hehas several large contracts LECTURE The Rex Paul L Johns delivered a very fine lecture at the Baptist church Wednesday night on Persia its inhabitants their habits and customs The case against Bill Tink Mul lins charged with killing Dan Scott was called in County Court yesterday at nine a moo and was continueduntil nine this morning News has Just been received here of the marriage of Mr Victor Owens and Miss Lillie D Murphy of Junction City They were mar ried here Wednesday July 25rd Mr Owens is the telegraph oper ator at Junction City for the L N railroad while his bride is one of Junction Citys prettiest and most popular girls They will make their home in Somerset Danville News One week from next Wednesday is the Brodhead fair This years premium list is more liberal than ever before the accomodations will be much better and in every particular we may expect to have the best fair in the history of the assoc iation Remember the dates are Aug 202 and 22 Be sure to attend every day and lend your pres ence in making this county institu tion asuccess- The Langford quarries are doing a big business Superintendent Phillips is busy as can be Fcre man Carter is pushing things Moze Me New foremen at stone saw mill keeps things moving in his department II rye Pitiman is engineer and fireman on the dum my engine used in witching cars and furnishing steam for ine of the drills They have a good crew of men in all departments and busi ness is flourishing SPIRIT OF A NOBLE BOY TAKES ITS FLIGHT Codington Ky dug SUi ttr9oz Editor Mt Vernon Signal Edward Short is dead Can there be a sadder message or one ladened with greater grief Just when the sun of hope and buoyant expecta tion was ofbthe morning of life he was cut down the idol of his devoted par ents the recipient of love and admiration among his playmates business associates and companions The writer knew him well and OCIcasisaw courage and each time he proved himself a man brave and heroic yet ever gentle and kind No task was too great for him to undertake nor burden too heavy for him to bear for a friend He never forgot to be a gentleman and speak with rever ence of older persons and at the same time he was ever thoughtful of his duty toward those who were younger than he His daily words and acts awakened a grateful and everlasting affection in return He had sown the seeds of kindness and goodwill which were beginning to blossom into peace and prosperity- It is sad indeed that just as he was laying hold of the wheel o commerce just as the dawn of busy morning was merging into the sunlight of a prosperous day just as boyhood happy hours were cros sing the meridian into noble man hood with every prospect of successful life he should be take from us- The ihauly young fellow kne what we thought of him in life an intenth we plant a flower at hi grave and moisten it with a tear o sorrow cause of his untimejy taking off We were his friend in life and now that he has gone we shall always honor and bold sacreJ his precious memory To our mind earth nevefposses- seda nobler boy and I feel that in his death heaven never opened her gates so receivea manlier true ph1rt Verytrulyvypurs f v p 30 Williams r LIVINGSTON 0J W Baker is in Louisville this u eek James Cox is sick at the Mullins HotelJoe Carson is visiting friends at Greensburg Dr Lucas was in Mt Vernon WednesdayLittle Dillion has been quite sick this week Miss Lida Cook is visiting friends at Bluefields W Va Miss Clara Griffin returned home Tuesday from Rowland W M Tubbs made a short trip to Brush Creek Monday Will Ward of Lancaster was here Saturday and Sunday John Howell and wife have taken rooms at the Mullins Hotel L T Bradford of New Albany was with friends here Wednesday Miss Virgie Morris returned here Wednesday and is with Mrs Geo HowellDr W Sams and sister Mrs W H Carmical went to Stanford SundayMr Mrs James Davis were at Lebanon Junction Sunday and Monday Misses Mollie Mershon and Ida Hale visited friends at Pittsburg Monday Mrs R A Sparks and children returned home from Richmond last SaturdayUncle Ashley Owens was able to be out at the Sunday school picnic Saturday Miss Mary Lockie OBrian ret turned to her home at Chicago WednesdayMrs B Dillion is visiting her mother Mrs Bettie Broddus near Stanford Mrs Russell Dillion and sons are visiting Mrs J H Tucker in Lincoln county F L Thompson was in town Tuesday slightly disfigured but still in the ring Miss Mary Belle McCarthy of Lebanon is the guest of Mr and Mrs Geo McCarthy Mr and Mrs James Davis are moving in the Charles Stark residence on Main street Mrs Salsberry of Paris is visit ing her daughter Mrs Lawrence Dickerson of this place Mrs Samuel Ward has returned home after an extended visit with relatives in Garrard county tsefguestDr and Mrs W J Childress Lawrence Rose has gone to braking and will move to Lebanon Junction the last of the week i James Argenbright is moving today in one of Mrs Sue Mullins houses in the inullins addition Mr Shay the L N brakeman hurt some few days ago was able to be removed to May wood Tues day Mrs Ida Webb who was the guest of Mr and Mrs A N Bent ley returned to Louisville Tues day C R Groshieder of New Alba ny End is here looking after his extensive stave business at this point Mart Suttles is sojourning at Mt Vernon the guest of jailer Par sons on account of abusing his familyMiss Ida Hale returned to her home at Stanford Thursday after a pleasant visit with Miss Mollie Mersbon IHarve Vanhook of Brodhead and J F Rocker of Pittsburg were the guests Sunday of D S McKinneyW who has been with his brother Frank at Vanalstyne Texas for ten years was with friends here Tuesday coloredfoccupaapeople in distress See Mrs Geo R Hardin of Coving ton Misses Pearl Rose and Ida Sohn oPLonisville are with Mrs GablesaCaldnwell of London left Wednesday for Crab Orchard after a pleasant CooperdServices were held at the Chris conductedfthe guest of Mr and Mrs John Magee Perry Smith andwifeJ oi Berea and Mrs George Mounts and bab daughter of Middlesborough are visiting their parents Mr and Mrs James Smith Miss Kate Dickerson returned to frter an iLawrehce Dickerson Sqrne bne Jgt1el now J KRUEGER SONSMT VERNON KY THE PLACE TO DRIVE GREAT BARGAINS HOME COMFORTS PRICES CHOPPED IN TOO SHOES LADIES GENTS 75C to 4 00 CHILDRENS SHOES20C tO 115 CALICOS worth 50- SALE Price 31zc PERCALES worth loc- SALE Price S y3c FLANNELS worth loc SALE Price gc GOOD loc HOSEBIG Stock at 5c BEST Soc UNDERWETR at 45cts a Garment NOTIONS all at Reduced Price LATEST Styles LADIES Trimmed Hats Worth 200 Sale price 150 FIND ISUGAR GOOD AT I ARBUCKLE LION FFEE loc FRESH CANNED FRUITS ALt SORTS CHINAWARE and Glassware THE Very Bt SADDLES BRIDLESJand HARNESS Saddles 6 to 8 COOKING STOVESand FURNITURE ALL SORTS BEDROOM pITs fe ALL These Goods are Tew r Arrivals to be Soldat Low Prices TRY US for Some of These BARGAINS and be Convinced NICE LADIES AND CHILD RENS HATS worth 150 Sale Price Sioo r US 5andthe post office near railroad crossing fh P h Better NOW Urban Ever 1 A Few He Pairs Mens and Lad hoesf IWil at 25 to ib fi at 90 cents and tip f DONT lfO Stock IACTUAlGRADEI TINWARE cant Rush Sell De 1 duced Prices Not the Reductions Mens Shoes Regular PricerNcfw I siU to Come Whale these i Siipe Ha g in8are offered t lroubletoiShotvaGooslsand 1 faces aJct nc bu can fiFJ not afford to miss this SHOE BARGAIN Sfie tYour trade is Solicited C H FRITH mBrodhead Ey GO TO t- JONAS MCKEN r MT VERNON KY for Everything in Divy Goods Clothing Boots anclS1ion J General f v Merchandise BEST GOODS AT LOWEST1 PRICES k Rhone No 83 WILLIS GIFFJ NIPractical UndertkeraI and FUNERAL DIRECTORcMt Vernon Kv Complete Greatly IIjEmbalming done onshort notice Come and see me anything I have ridt got can get for you on first train that leave the city ORDERS by we Promptly Filled Phone No 63 THE EfINITIPiiT JBiNONi MT VERNON KY OPENED 1900 CAPITAL STOCK 15 000 i 1 VIcEPusYW L RICHARDS CASHIER A B FURNISH ASST CASH DIRECTORSJonas McKenzie v Geo Livesay A T Fish t Fiitz Krueger Rod Perry Vincent Boreing TJ EHoiik We solicit accounts of firms and individuals Careful atten ttii ivencpjiecdoiis entrusted tq us J V Yx t 1J = O rirtil ds t l 1atrtJJlsa inciledtQcizll when intow i ne t11 c t f tI y y ar hJ rra C C Williams ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KY JESOFFICE On 2nd floor The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church streetSpecialattention given to collections f Phone No 80 p v 1 Miller House HUGH MILLER PROPRIETOR 3Headquarters fo Commercial Men Porter at all trains g RILEY HOUSE F B RILEiProp LONDON KY f S HEADQUARTERS for Com me Cal men Good Sample Room i and convenient to Depot a Rates 2 oo per day t = iy The Veranda Hotel PlOPRl ILry Specially equipped for traveling Lmen Sample room on first floor rBath rooms free to guests dayflHotel Fri 1 R L COLLIER Pr Located at the Depotm4- BRODHEAD KY f GOOD LIVERY ATTAC Meet all Trains Day and Night Traveling Men and Railroad men Solicited Will furnish Lunches for all trains W M Francisco MONUMENTAL WORKS Brodbead Ky Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones t ALL WORK FIRSTCLASS =SATISFACTION GIVEN i f P A Pennln tan D D S Mi r r DENTST- J rI N W Cor Third aud Chestnut S LOUISVILLE KY Will be at Miller Houst Mt ernon during all Circuit Courts to write for our confidentuu letter before ap moneyWer J19P ENIITIcharges are moderate Try us SWiFT COPJ5I PbtelJt c3n3 P q Opp US Patent Ofnc8Washington DC New Fast Train ro COLORADO UTAH Iwo tHE p I 1 f L 1 L JO A- iy In effect Sunpay1ia iythIj jfwThe nevv train will leave r v 8oc ani daily the e ering train Jito sum points 1010 p lit daily Chrough sleepingcar service be Ttweeu S1 L nis San Francisco and AvNorthwestern points Only Iniei that docs a twice daily f Excursioll tickets now 011 Sills u SLRi Louisvlli v HC TOWN SEND Geni Pissr1 dTkr 1 7J a LGai i = 6 1t A WORM KILLER J A J Montgomery Puxico Wayne county Mo writes It havefworms lives I tried everything to Tetley- them which failed until I use Whiteh Cream Vermifuge the first two noses brought four worms s from one of them the next two doses twelve one of them measuring t waveInches the other child was only relieved of four worms Jt is a most excellent medicine- r Whites Cream Vermifuge is good for children It not only destroys worms it helps the child to pe sicknessj25C ctr11 a a CougnrnJ U i I was given up to die quick consumption I then to use Ayers Cherry Pectoral withI improved at once and am perfect healthChas E man Gibbstown N YIIts too risky playing with your cough The first thing you know will be downItn deep I your lungs and the play will be over Be gin early with Ayers Cherry Pectoral and stop H the cough Three shcs 25c 53cf SI All Sratfsts rolvaltcur doctor If to says take it lorstWLeave it willingJ Jess MT VERNON DIRECTORY COURT CALENDAR COUNTY COURT Fourth Mon day in each month- QUARTERLY COURT Fiist Mon day in January April July and October CIRCUIT COURT Second Mon day in February Fourth Monday in flay and Third Monday in September MT VERNON POLICE COURT Third Monday iu each month rCHURCHESServices at the Ciimiiuu Church Preach las 1st Sri Sandals at 11 a m and at 730 p in SuntluDb The public arc cordially invited to attend all services DAVID 1IACTSF1ELD PastortsPresbyterian Holds services on the 4th Sunday morning slid evening MethodSft will Loki services at the pres- byterian church on the 2nd Sunday morning and evening in each month Baptist Church Services on the Tltird Saturday night and Sunday Sund School at 9 i tii every Sunday Prayer meeting or Tuesday nights MASOWIC TonIpyllf VERNOV i A CHAPTER Xo 140 MEETS crew FOURTH MONDAY at 2 p JllfMACCABEES i K OT TIT Noll nieetss every and 3rd3onday Jit 730 p m IdS EIIOUKCora J J PING IL K PROFESSIONAL M L ItIYERS MT VERNON K FIRSTCLASS WORK OFFICE In the Krueger new hrufc PHONE No 7 3 l JC XkCLARY c t tYtdetL dKzr i EmbalmerItr h Complele LIKE of Caskets r lbes c Orclei s by 1eleplione attend erl promptly Sta r Ltrd KyL July IStf 1Itjr feiads Dentistj jiJ r ijl1u = KINGS AND QUEENS 0Richard 1 was the first to call yKitlgcalled himself King of the English Egbertdb Your Majesty as a royal title byHenry HighlThe dynasties of England since the Conquest are Norman Kings Angevine eight Kinnrs rb three Kings and two Queens Stuart four sovereigns House of Orange MaryIj kingNIn the battle of Bosworth Field 1485 a King was killed Richard in anda King was crowned Henry vii T King of France was a title Englanforbecame Queen of England she was also King of France asserting that if she could not be a Queen she would be King X The motto Dieu et mon Droit was first assumed by Edward inof England when he took the title King of Fiance k The King of England who could kingdomWilliam iv was at the time when he succeeded to the tllrotl the first William of Hanover the second William of Ireland and the third William of Scotland William IIr and Mary Prince and Princess of Orange were elect bybothin fulfillment of a promise made at the time thei agreed to marry William stipulated that if Mary i herited the throne of her father joiutheirCharles i Henry viir was the first to a sunni the title King of The title King of Great Britain was assumed by James vi of Scotland EnglandNWATCH FOR A CHILL However slight at this time of year and in this climate it is the forerunner of malaria A disposition to yawn and an all tired out feeling even comesbefore the chill Hervine by its prompt stimulative maya larial germs out of the system purifies the blood tones up the system and restores health 6oc at Chas C Davis drugstore The city of Louisville has receiv ed this week from the 875 saloon applicants who asked for a renew 131t000 A Good Hearted Man9 increasingYhorgood sound hearts are not very I heart disease j Bailchron icled by the press i proof of the alarming p rcva lence of thi- sdangtous complaint and as no one call foretell just when a fNtalcollapse J A Kresmer ne7lectinvery risky matter If you arc inleftpitation unable to lie on side especially the left you should begin takingIDr Miles IiealtCureo I IJ A Kreamer of Arkansas City Kans My heart was so bad itvas im 5 ble forme to lie down and I could j ueitiersl cn nor rest My decline vi as rapid inu 1 realized I most pet heln soon I was advltr to try Dr b4ihi canlidlybelieve Mileo IVcmodias ore sold ID all druggists on guarantee IiIlca Medica Co Clkaari lj t i Land Stock and Crop 0J R Wilson has sold to h B Ratliffsome iioopourid feeding cattle at 5 cent John Young head10fto Lucien Bridgeforth buyer for Nelson Morris Co thirty 1350 poundcattle 20 at 6r cents and 10 at 6 cents14t Sterling Gazette Messrs B F Sanders Broh have bought and shipped this week ofsJohn Mann 61 head of pro pound average at 6 50 per cwt of D B Chatham 100 and of Judge Roach 66 at same price Randal Litsey has sold to parties in Overton Neb for September delivery 14 head of Shorthorn heifers and cows at 261 50 for the heifers and 42 50 for theI cows He also sold to the same head of calves at 21 50 Harrods burg DemocratIceived 30 headof r4oolb cattle of Hub Griffith at 650 14 143Il Heb3 ay o to o Jas M Russell Win Jones andI Win Rash J S Wilson S have bought this week about 6000 bushels of bluegrass seed at 72 cents per bushel of Brooks Clay about i ooo bushels of Asa Bush 1500 bushels of Ben Woodford 3000 bushels and of John Woodford 500 bushelsParis Kentuckian Greene C Lyman bought of John catItIe VeB Greene eighteen i35opound cattle at6t centsRobt Howell bought of Matt Toohey of Clark seventeen iioopound feeders for i5th of August delivery at 5 cts W Hi Ramsey sold to W B Greene foij i5th of August delivery seven iooopound cattle at 5 cents and ten 2oopouud cattle at 57 forrBridgeLlforth fifteen feeders at 4j cents J S Bogie on Saturday sold to Veil eighty cattle weight about Septetndcen Sterling SentinelDemocrat CURED PARALYSIS W S Baily PO True Texas writes My wife had been suffering five years with paralysis in her arm when I was persuaded to use Ballards Snow Liniment which cured her all right I have also used it for old sores frost bites and skin eruptions It does the work 25C soc and 100 a bot tle at Chas C Davis drugstore Funds have been secured to build a railroad from Hartford to Beaver Dam to connect with the Illinois Central boysalwere fieldaWashington Ind W iS R Ef A really healthy woman has lit f theHJneeds to have any Wine of jjjCardni ryill quickly relieve those 5s smarting menstrual p jns and i the dragging hewd backand tj jsido filches caused by fullno Of M the womb and irrogular menses jm i IfGr AIDUs has brought pormnt rolicf to j suffercdMIJ t and pains vhich I blight so many homes IPCtII ms takoa wish aseero pain in m untiltToro I hau taen all cf it I was relievedI feel arMRS M A Yovcr- oradctrwandtitorltuead rc bir s PFEr 1IrtrT srCrsttnolt isfedl Clstq c 1 rh r iT r 4 z z i apl r tIN ti lnif t + 6 5IRASONS i You should take n at ones S M Massey Business Colleges f Va Birmingham Ala Houston Texas ir Montgomery Aa Jacksonville Ala Ga 4 4 r They are the Great Commercial Schools of the South f t 2 They have over 12000 former pupils in successful business x3 A written contract backed bya special deposit of 100000 is given ofto lace our graduates in positions paying not less than 4500 per x tmonth immediately upon graduation V 4 We pay students railroad fare to our nearest Collegei iiWrite for Elegant Catalogue and Special Discounts j rir i WA +ri 3 ri i 8 t i t i F i i l iii t 4i4 F k 1it yT r WIrw1 1rg11iJFrY rrJYtrr Kw o 1N nr 1 fl 1r 4I f fr J C lffIh tr II r J c t iIt Yi 1 L I = j 1L liAr li PJ11Df F1i j IId 1P ri l1ht el hi1 a IIr i lYo trin i Sflir M Inl ph i 1c15 a rI- i11 Cittlit j ifxrl ci c IVw t yra lrtslte Cic o i d1l7oHt ft pfo U iTx i d f 0 l m 1t11nrf 1hS 1ri it 0 rftI Iftrri snLr rtI HIlIVEOA iV IIyj Qrj4Iv id1NltJfKlii- t l L l you want to QnyJ r rood homet IuO i Iin Texas nc ro IIIcrops are TOVld and when e Ja prosper for a of ourUvtndsorno booklet Homes iu SoutS weaf and Through xaswith R a CaniHru Sent fr eTo any i 41i1cordahsa 1It L laSEAlKSE ti F J T ST r ter Jh rti tatJ 7LCX1 Y rC ir rf f 7iT kPm Thcytempprarily cure br a the bowels but regular action cannot be secured until the liver secretes enough bile to cake the intestines cecuta functions rUnnat tt I compelscontinual eattain the resultsMy a n acts on the liver cures Chills I e and Fever and every form of 3 Malarial Bilious Remitting and Inter mitting Fevers and by going to the seat of theitrouble works permanent cure FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE At Chas C Davis Drugstore Z SCdjI0 sv JendersunJ f m i n a Lou ns Ra1 IW Y tUrQ sv i ti eelierS1S1Excu sioni AT vt ft lJ 0 I RA T E Sior l qti ra TO THE IIiItf fir WE S T i a f1 S a 1 e Frs t nd TKird dIY + sn MARCH APRILand MAY 1902 lc v Colonist One V ay Rates to the Uwest ard CaJifornia Points N V XV V V For Fiirthsz norm tion Address U GARRETT L J IR WIN Tray Pass Atferxt Gen Pass ACent 1 J c f tLOUISVILLE r KY Et JUST LOOK AT HER Vhence came that sprightly step faultless skin rich rosy complex ion smiling face She looks good feels good Heres her secret She uses Dr Kings New Life PillsW Resultall organs active digestion good no headaches no chance for bluesi Try them yourself Only y cat al1 druggists v i WHY Course of the Richmond Columbus tltr copy itatine ljD At Mt Sterling Artie Fitzpatrick shot and seriousl SidYTipton of Lxington who had gone to Mt Sterling to attend his brothers funeral An old grudge was the cause Citizens of Jackson are perfect ing an organization to protect tile good name and business interests of Jackson