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Digital page images are linked to the text file. nuui 1 iunuL it in4Lff i = t t VOLUME XVI MT VERNON ROCKGASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 7 1902 NUMBER 6 j f xtTBLl MY FRIENDS TO BE BRAVE AND FEARLESS AND LOYAL TO THE GREAT COMMON PEOPLE foT The Most STUPENDOUS i1 TTTLj P R OPoIT 1o NYv 1 i EVER MADE TO THE PEOPLE OF ROCKCASTLEr t iYake Advantage of it at MomentaRAMC it k No 1 Flour i J 425 a Barrel Vhite Swan Patent el1J Meat i 13 e nts a pound Laid10cc to 12c a pound poundFine Green Coffee Sic to lOc 3 Bars Soap for 5 cents Ia of iIir a t W The Kentucky Democrats scored pa splendid victory in Tuesdays 6 election The four Democratic ft nominees for Appellate Judge j vere elected by handsome major ities and the Democrats elected ten s of the eleven Congressmen and re duced the majority of Representa y tive Boreing in the Eleventh dis trict The results in the socalled doubtful districts were surprising to Democrats and Republicans alike Rhea winning in the Third by about i ooo and Kehoe in theI Ninth by about 2000 In the Second Appellate district which was considered close Judge Settle claims his majority will not fall be low i 800 Judge Paynter has scored a majority ik the Sixth Appellate district 259 precincts out of 289 with the vote of Lewis county estimated giving him a majority of 3800 In Louis vine Barker and Sherley show up with large majorities and the nor mally Democratic districts the ma- joritieS exceed those of previous years in every instance where then iwas anything like a fight by th candidatest z t t ir JUDGES ist Dem A 2d DistV E Settle Dem Bowling Green j V4th DistH S Barker Dem thou isTiJlc 6th Dist =T H Paynter Greenti i t ist DistOllieM James Dem A G Stanley Dem Henderson j Jd Dist John Slihea Dem Russellviile- t 4th DistD H Smith Dem JBEodgenville t Louisville 5th DistD l i Covington 3 7rti r 0iJc j n t t 1f f f 7th DistSouth Trirrible Tem G G Gilbert Dem Dist J N Kehoe Dem DistF A Hopkins Dem Frenchburg nth DistVincent Boreing Rep London Vote in sional Race Vote by Precints Gilbert Sumrall Livingston 75 I d Brodhead 164 Walnut Grove 36 H5J0V Browns 113 88 Scaffold Cane 37 90 Crooked Creek 7 56 Total Sumralls majority 269 o IThe Hon B J we announced in our last issue as a candidate for Common wealths Attorney has authorized us to say that after careful eration of the best interests of a concerned he has decided to wit draw from the race He des- iretos to his friends his felt his chances were exceedingly good to secure the nomination under the present circumstances feels that his withdrawel is the wise and proper thing to do Ernest C Mansfield of Spring fieldkwho was a pupil at the Har vard Law School is believed to St on a ro Two thousand idle employes of the American Tinplate Companys plants at Elwood Ind have lieen ordered lo resume work d LI s hrr 50 Sheets Paper 5 cents 50 r 5 cents Bucket5cents 3 Papers best Needles 4 5 cents tLadies lOco 5 cents Rfr3 bars Big Deal Soap 5 cents 3 Bars Lead 5 cents 12 Lead Pencils 5 cents o J M Nave left for Nicholasville last Monday Mr D C Pullins and daughter were in Paint Lick Sunday Sheila Fuqua of Goochland is here hunting for L CR Smith Mrs Frank Parker is visiting friends and relatives in Laurel coun ty Allen McKiuzie who has been very sick for some tinie is much Mrs U S Berry were in Berea Saturday and Sunday vis iting relatives Henry Hmblin has his sawmill almost ready to commence making lumber at the Gap Mr R J Smith and son were here Sunday looking after their property recently purchased Ve are just in receipt of a letter from G W Jones that he and wifeI will arrive in old Rockcastle in a few days Mrs Rosella Baugh of Richmond has been the guest of her mother Mrs Elmira Hardin the past few days C G Baker and W A Jones were here from Berea last Satur ay and spent the night with your 4W T Woodall of Berea wa here a few days ago with his fuo ture intended and looked spry as a Among those who attended court at Richmond last Monday fromI this part were Wm Hysinger B A Riddle and EC Brannamau Forest fires has been raging near J W Lamberts doing great damage to timber and c ing ASLEEP AMONG FLAMES e IIsactt s and colds Dont do it Dr Kings New Discovery for gives perfect protection against all esR Keep n Z av suffering death and doctors bills A teaspoonful stops a late cough pei sisierft use the mest stubborn Harmless and nice tasting its guaranteed to satisfy by all drug gists Price 500 and ioor Trial bottles free The sawmill at the American Cat stad Foundry Companys Jcfferso- Mlle plant was destrooed by flu Vwith 20006 loss t 0 BY JET Some men take the poison route While some jump inthe lake And others get a giWand shoot And some gas treatment take Ay cigarettes some get them hence Some on the thin icc slide While others go to more expense And take an auto ride A young man k as a dollar but som rather have the dollar When a man attends thoroughly to his own business he has no time to attend to other peoples affairs It is wiser to be remembered the one woman a man wished he could have kissed than to be for gotten among those be has caressed In a rural justice court and old negro whose testimony had bee questioned by a lawyer said in his own defense Jedge Im a good- man I been alivin roun heal ten years I aint never been lynched en de only hoss I ever stoled th owed me en broke m two legs A man subject to fits was recently picked up on the street in Washington and was taken to the emer geucy hospital When placed on the operating table the doctors line please dont operate for appendicitis I have had my appendix removed three times A woman ol tact is one who i courteous under all circumstances and in every condition in which she may be placfcd She is the woman who can receive the unwelcome guest with a smile so bright and a handshake so cordial that in trying to make the welcome seem real it becomes so A school teacher visiting in the other day and a lady to who she had been just introduced di catch the Miss and supposing she was married asked How many children did you sy you have Well only forty now was the reply that nearly staggered the CJtfesiJbner TIe first cuckoo clock was f together about ISr oYears ago oy inventive old Schwa 7walder anal the popularity of liis clever mechan ical device continues without abate menteAs this is a subject wtiich has lately been the cause of some discussion in the United States It may be well to say trial Villingen of rec tMefe which man = vufacture nothing else centaOne s Gents best Collars 10 cents Gents Nice Ties 10 cents centsMiens tCntA I 3 Daniel Boone Cigars 10 cents for AUNOREOSand Hundreds of Bargains Like Above Mentioned Go to U BAKERS GREAT BARGAIN ESTABLISHMENTMt Vernon KentuckyVEINS Elects Ten Democratic Congressmen F Court Appeals Democratic New York Governor Elects Republican PaynterJ recordbreaking Republican APPELLATE DistTNunnMadisonvilie DemI pCONGRESSMEN Marion2d DenhLinnGopchjDem k 7Ni Shelby9th Congres Rockcastle County Precincts dRoundstone RACEe encouragementtbey ther Envelopes Halfgalon Hankereliiefs G Frankfort8th Maysvilleloth CONWAY improvedMr correspondent sixteenyearold firsottedaysJ fenm boordthllFahItscoughtConsumption Troublhe SCRAPS brighr ths partc homeff ae I BRODHEAD o DIED Nov 4th 1902 infant sou of Mr and Mrs John Robins Not dead but living removed from scold and sinful world to tha great beyond to live with its little brother Joe L who was called away Sept Sept 17th 1901 thereto be reared fey angel hands in that land where sin sorrow and trouble is unknown Though the father mother and friends with brojten hearts cling to them Jesus says Suffer them to come unto me for of such is the Kingdom of HeavenThe of meetings conducted here by Revs Livingston and Kartsfield was a great success Seven confessed and were baptized and six united and the entire town and community made to feel better logicalnway Rev Hartsfield proclaimed the gospel Every body knows how our our people love our pas tor Rev Livingston SALEYHaving decided to leave th county I will offer at Public Sale onITUESDAY farm containing 206 acres situated eon the waters of Silver Creek i Madison county Ky 34mile fro Whites Station convenient to schools churches and mill and 20 Richs isn tracts First tract containing 122 acres lying on north side of pike All necessary outbuildings itt firstclass repair and a fine stock barn costing over 2000 also two fine young orchards in full bearing This is one of the best watered and most countyY d wateredd I will at the same time sell acres ofcorn in shock and iboob bard brick and a lot of nice cut stoned Any one desiring to see farm vii fifcd man on premises Terms liberal and made l nowI on day of sale ThiS land will 8g ansold separately and then asa wh l With the bid of accepting the it g- particulars the nibst For ffirffeer address l GQ D WHITE Richmond 1 iIT Dl Chenault Auctioneer nov72t johnWillisofMt Olive Miss wSs sHtand killed by ar deiJu t SnerifT wtiile tryirlgr to liberate 2 riend fromloll sr t 3 An immense forest fire is raging i n Montana 1Jpremat ture explosion in Alabama Fire at Paiuesville 0 destroyed property worth 60000 Fire destroyed the Morgan Opera House Sharon Pa Loss 85000 An Indiana incendiary burned a barn containing five horses and 12 ii cowsFrank E Elwell of Brookiys was killed in a motocyole accident on Long Island The safe of the post office al Reedsburg Wis was blown open with dynamite and robbed of 1600 The jury in the case of Edmond W Bersch on trial at St Louis osi the charge of perjury in connec tion with the boodle combine re turiied averdict of guilty and fled the defendants punishment at fre years in the penitentiary Bersch was committed to jail as he is still to be tried on two charges of bribery iu11ei 000 people collapsed at the Wis cousinMichigan football game in Chicago but fortunately no one was killed and only 32 were iujnred The building inspectors had pro thenandmthe crowd rushed in pushing the workmen away Within the past two week seven old soldies have been found dead m their beds after a night of drinking at saloons near the soldiers home at Marion Ind Believing than drugs have been placed in the liqu or a petition is now being circula ted among the 2500 members of the home to refrain from dnrkir w for 90 days Over 1200 members have signed the petition A STARTLING SURPRISE Very few could believe in lo 0irobust A T Hoadley a healthy blacksmith of Tilden Inn thfct for ten years he suffered shctf tortures from Rheumatism as fefr dIing Electric BitterscTrio totr ties wholly cured me he write r 11aniiIi have not felt a twirgc Li 1teIRheumatism Neuralgia Nervous ness improve digestion ani give perfict nealrhr T them Only octs at all druggfsfsV St Nicholas German CathohV Scliool Evanston 111 has h Est 18sefQU account 6f saiV fubbtiC tpi1s UorI m IMMtVer pn Signal FRIDAY NOVEMBER 7 1902 4 Published every Friday by f EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SITBSCJIIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising application rates made known on H II HENNlNGER rOf Wayne county is a candidat for State Treasurer subject to the action of the Democratic party We areauthorized to announce thewJION J N srr ARPIAs a ctJHiJiilsuc for oI r tcysubjw to the action of the 1cpublicun pary LIVINGSTON fF 0 Hurrah for Gilbert F L nesiday Bill Soden weut to Lcuisville Sunday R B Mullins was here Saturday and Sunday I wasjtt in town Thursday Rev E A Ewers of Mt Vernon Tas here Tuesday Mrs Vill Wright sprained her t ankle badly Tuesday Rohert Graves K C brakeman is laying off this week Orchtianisrd Tuesday to vote Hiss Virgin Morris is visiting horns folks at London Doc Stuckey has been on the thsickAndy Howell came in from Paris Tuesday in time to vote Election day passed off quietly Tuesday a fe iv plain drunks Juo Magee aud J F Cooper were in Mt Vernon Tuesday Irving Chewning is in Mt Ver non this week taking up staves John Howell and D S McXin ney are in Somerset on business Andy Decker a hat drummer from Barbourvilie was here Tuesday Mr and Mrs Warren Stark will move to Lebanon Junction Mon My It is rumored there will be two Or three weddings herein the noli days orbs Francis Mershou is visiting ber daughter Mrs Myers at Stanford Mrs W T Jenkins and baby Iucile are visiting at Elizabeth town Mcs Fletcher Mann of Paris Ky is here visiting Mrs Lawrence Dixon Jim xVrgenbright and Char Preston lane upi from Pittsbur Sunday G RiMartin moved Wednesday into the house vacated by John Kowell James Tucker of May wood is xvisiting his sister Mrs Maggie DiJlionJ v Miss Carrie Morris is very sick with chicken pox at MrsA N Bentleys Nathan Sowder an aged ni an living near town died Wednesday evening Miss Ella Stanley is assisting Mrs B Roller in the post office this weekt Mrs Lila Pettit visited her laother J Irs Coffey at WiTdie last week Alr r Kte Kinba ofiCrab Orch rpivisjting her friend Mrs W RPJliio doll hc JcfeieySnuibropk is corvu lesCGBtfter a serious illness of some weeks Dn J W Sams of East Bern stack was with relativesand friends here Sunday Mrfand Mrs Chas Bryant and son Leon have returned home from Versailes Jo estaJ of Grant Baker and famiIylat Mt iernon Sunday- Irugerie v S r iOrndoriT and sister 1 Miss Hattie visited frioIe ktr v t nsuanua s a = rarts Mrs Sue M uilms is than the wasIatweepas our best ffellow is in t9Wi lit Mr alld11rsJjE Hilton visited relatives at vBaily s Switch and Flat Lick this week Bart Srm1l1settir ed home Moa dfiy fiii I9 n vi11 rllJdfi11hff s no place like home Mr Houston McFerron of Pine Hill spent Sunday with his daughter Mrs W J Childress James Gibson and son Hilton clothing drummers 6f Barbourville were in town Wednesday Ap Taylor section foreman and W T Brooks of Hazel Patch ere here Sunday Tony was the guest of the Tubbs family Mrs Ed Wbodali is spending a few days with her mother Mrs Mattie Sutton Maretburg John Walton is building an addi tion to his residence on Maui street occupied by W T Meriniee Miss Helen Singleton of Cove visited her aunt Mrs J E Sin gleton Saturday and Sunday Frank Burton has resigned hi position on the L N R R and andwill locate at Lexington There was a storm party at Mr Mrs Ed Woodalls Wednesday evening A good time reported Miss Mollie Mershon visited at Stanford the first of the week herIhome Mrs Robert Johnson of Moore creek is here on account of the sickness of her daughter Mrs Dave York Jim Walk billion is pending the week at Buck Frenchs down e river reading Hugh Worth ington Mrs Mary Elmore and children of Jellico were the guests of Mr and MrsB S Elmore the first of the week Miss Clara Griflreturned home Sunday front an extended visit at Barbourville East Bernstadt an AltamontMr Mrs J R Llewellyn of McKee were here this week visit- Ing Mrs Llewellyns sister Mrs J A Oliver Sam McClure and daughter Miss Ella were the guests last week of Grandma Petitt at the Mullins Hotel Miss Rose Childress of Orlando visited her brother Dr W J Chil dress clad family Friday and Satur day of last week Mr and Mrs J Rr Stuckeyvis- lied Mrs Stu keys niece Mrs Southerland at Farriston Satin day and Sunday 4 Mrs Brack Graves and daughter Mrs Claude Linville entertained the F Lq 11 M C Society Thursday night Vernonwere guests of the Diliion family Sunday and Monday Mr Richard Woodall and ugh ter Miss Lillie of Hazel Patch were the guests of Mr and Mrs Ed Woodall tiVednesdaW IzJ iS Galloway fDpc6f Stone W Va is with his many friends here collie home to vote Everybody Ts glad to see Doc5 John Chestnut Califax Wash is visiting his sister Nits Will Graves This is his first visit to Jveutuck in twenty jive years Miss Flora Gillford and brother 1ast1Saturday Sambrook Kin Pikeand family of Wilniore are visiting Mr and Mrs Bob Payne Mrs Payne is very iow with consumption with no hopes for her recovery The Delsarte Entertainment nianaged by Miss Ella illaY Saun ders of Stanford Saturday eveiiing Will be giveu at the Calio way Hall firEveryf M rs Charity Poy u ter of Level Green who has been t the guest of her son John Prestoji and daugh ter Mrs Brack Hayes returned hdme4ast3aturday J bliss NellieJTb mpso card Mrs Brown of London have opened a nrstclas dress matins denarklent- r 4 =here and have taken rooms with Mrs Larry Thompson There will be revival services j held next week at the Presbyterian hurchconducted by Rev W E Isenhart of Richmond and Dr Ewers of Mt Vernon R Perkins returned home Monday from a visit to relatives near Jellico Mrs Perkins return ed Friday from a visit at Louis ville Lebanon Junction and Leba non Mrs Dave York has been very sick Dr Pehuiugton of Mt Ver non was cared here Saturday in consultation with Dr W J Chil dress in regard to her serious con dition Mrs R A Sparksr and ate visiting Mrs Will Satterfield at Lebanon Junction She will make a daily trip to Lebanon to see Mr Sparks who is in the hos pitalat Lebanon The services at the Christian church conducted by the pastor John B Dickison last Sunday also services at the Presbyterian RevsGeo E Hancock of Corbin Mr and Mrs Cluade Linville returned home last week from a visit at New Orleans Tty brought home a lovely Parrot which speaks English German and French The children are all delighted with Pol lie Miss Della Huffman who has Warrenstark severalmonths will re turn to her home Gethsemane Monday There is some talk o her speedy return How about that Study Isaac Forbes died Monday after noon of heart disease aged 66 years He leaves a wife and little daughter to mourn their loss The funeral services were conducted by Rev T D Mullins The remains were interred in the Ward ceme tery odn a lops escape from death last Satur dap He and some other boys were playing at Cummins grist mill when IJcn got caught in the machinery andwas hurled around about fifty revolutions He was badly bruised all ove his body and one ankle dislocated Dr Cooper reports him improving rapidly Much sympathy is manifested him as nepa favorite of every one POLITICS and POLITICIANS I 0 Ohio Republican by 9 o coo Tennessee Democratic by 50000 Indiana gives 26ooomaiorityfor the Republicans The next House will probably have a Republican majority of 26 bI12887 Democrats contemplate a contest ff Representative Cannori bUIlli nois15 mentioned yes a probable successor ofSpeaker Heiidersonm the House President Schwab of the Steel Trust is enjoying himself in Italy and apparently is in no notion of resigning lhe presideqcyrof the big corporation p r = 11150 = EIGHTH DISTRICT CONGRESSIONAL RACE 0 COUNTIESICounties Gilbert SumralJ Anderson 400 ouo Boyle 150 GarrardJessamine 135 2 1 Lincoln 22 Madison 2oa Mercer J zoo Roc catl 260 jr Shelby s0o Spencer i1o5 Totals 2290 448 Gilberts majority 1842 fO THE REPUBLICAN VOT JnU 0 The candidacy of Judge Morrow and Mr Snadoan for the judgship of this judicial district developed such bitterness between their re spective friends as to do incalcu lable harm o the Republican party To avoid such results these gen tlemen have by mutual consent and tbe consent of their respective friends as far as could be con underIstandingnounce my office To do this involved great personal sacrifice on my part from a business standpoint and will enI tail on me official duties I neither sought or desired but through the urgency of both of these gentle men and their friends I finally yielded to the demand to relieve the strained situation and prevent disruption in the party I am therefore a candidate sub ject to the action of the Repu li infto be held on the 15th and 22nd days of November 1902 If entrusted with your banner I promise to carry it to victory and to the people I guaranty a faith ful and conscientious discharge of the high trust reposed in meISomerset October 28 Respectfully O H WADDLE LUCK IN THIRTEEN By sending 13 miles Wm Spirey of Walton Furnace At got a box of Bucklens Arnica Salve that wholly cured o horrible Feversore on his leg Nothing else could t Positively cures Bruises Felons Ulcers Eruptions Boils Burns Corns and Piles Only 25C Guar an teed by all druggists STARTLING BUT TRUE J grandrmedicine Dr Kings New Life Pills is writes D H Turner Dem p eytown Pa youd sell ally you have in a day Two weeks use has made a new man ofme Infallible for constipation stomach and hwr troubles 25C at all drug gistsIw ti3iisT t Watchmakerand Jev Ser ALT JEWELRY REPAIRING NEATLY DONE An Apprenticeship 31 years under a skilled work- ecomtnndatlonman is my TERMS reasonable and all work warranted C llatD C Poynters store Main street A GriAgo boughtinway is the Lion Coffee ways aled packages al ways correct in weight clean fresh uniform and retaining its rich flavor DivR Goldstein r Physician and Practical Optician I WILL BE AT THE M i I I e r if o ie l WEDNESDAY OVEMBERt2 1 CONE DAY OALYV HEPE to iDmorOtIsGol1litioDO whcre glas sds ire id m14anii L give relief L1IADA CtlES DxZZL ES DARTh GPSin eye baltOr temple smarting or hurrisi n st tor incar rf about t1 t n Dcom u fl8fw yowr CSrTrrENS XYP Difficulf it 5e 01iCl telam to 4 p in oIi j MTLTKn TKr tT1 t J tv1 ryav r lia f f = r tm 4 isi r r U ti t The Kind You IZrvo Always Bouglit and which has been in iio for over CO years lns borne tlio signature of pery AHow no 010 to deceive yon In tkis All C lutmfit9Illitntions and J stasgood are butaExperiments tliaj hiUo with and ciidanger tno health ot infants and Cliildvoi25xporlonc3 against Experiment ORIAJrJastoria Lis lixaialsRS substitute for Castor Oil Pare goric Iy- contahis r n iiiI fj o tiling Syrups It is Pleasant It iI r C5ti u Ivloipliino roe ther Narcotic siibctancc it aa is its guarantee It destroys Worms f and allay Fov cri Iiness It cures Dhtrrlieca and Wind Colic It relieves Teotlinjg Troubles cures Constipation and Fiataleney It assimilates the Food regulates the SfomiaeJi and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep Tlio Ohil roxis PanacanrTlie Mothers Friend UgN CfSTOR A ALWAYS f ofJ2iffO A4 7 at vs TnD Vnll to 11 Ua116 AlwaysYears 5ht In Use For Over CrrtTAUH flER tI =1 Have your measure taken f for your new Fall garments H is the only proper and satisfactory way of buying ycur clothes Make your selection from the tailoring line of 1 Stauss frosGood tailors tor over Youll find a world of clothes made by Strauss fit finish and materials than the ordinary run of astonishingly low and ordering because if you neednt take them show you samples Call IltOIt FeiOr Cj 1 i 6 rz G Jrmi1 7 rt 11 f l t i PJtii 0 J f 3ffj t l ts i J Gl riJ B ft1 f 1 PuisiCbicaon1 j a1 qi r t Ctt Stl r orft higg rt qm rW 41 fAf r4 r n yJ r1Q t W firTh 11J J tj H tt u u r j t the Cotton Bolt from St Louis frrv cnevsy and the third tickets Tuesdays OneWay of each tickets one fare pius Louisiana Texas jrondtripparticulars and cost of Cotton itch rins solid aiodTB ftnti comfortable ears 4iui direst connections for all parts ofI i you av j sc iinjr a better plan to per krruUotro iltstratcd booklet1 I Thrculj Tcsas With a Camrra L O iAEu3r Traveling P t E W 2La lEA VIU GeneraS Pass fb fa19 J rIi i2lJr f 1plJ jJ1Jtill cke J theIh tregajar action cannot be secured until the liver Uj bile to make the JntesHnesSa rat fUctlonsUnntt s1ti n cathartics IS 1I rl 4i t s4t LIiLactsonthe ofatt r 7 f t Malarial Bilious Remitting and Inter rriiaiig Fevers and by going to the scat of the curert FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE l s tsi qrr fi Chasl t s IL i jillltore r I S i r tSigms1- 2I NIrVEUNoN KY Nov 7 1902 ZH t Call up No 70 wr tnyou vat tn Communicate witli SIGNAL 78- Q o d f LouisvLir tt NASHVILLE iR CJ TIME TABLE 24 north 1055 amI26 north 104 23 south n 2oo p 25 South h 1 39 a IAS LANDRUM Agentf Phone No 58 Entcrodatth3iJtYcrrua Ky Postoffice ns ssc seepircla=1 PERSONALS 0 dayErnestLouisville Willie Krueger was in Louis tins week buying hoods 250MissBessemer Ala Sunday to vi relatives Mrs Fannie Ad tiff and 1iissa K 12ateTuesdayr J G Frith was here Tuesday looking after his Inuiber interests at this point Elmer L Brock of London Octspentrelatives here f Mrs G A Proctor of near Or lanuo is critically ill Later Mrs Proctor is dead Mrs W T French and two Litt children were visiting at J Fish s first of the weekshipHenderson Jones the jeweler is to still confined to the house on ac count of his attack of fever C C Williams went to Shelby Tiile Wednesday to look afterI J iorae important legal matters Allen Sutton Ifhustlersolasville and other bluegrass towns this week r r and Mrs Ewers gave a Hal loween party last Friday which v as cnjoyed by all the young peo crpIeus getifriendWalton has recovered sufficient resume his duties A W Soward the efficient fore man of SIGNAL office made his ii andf porIsMr W B Whitehead is now a Mt Vernonite Mr Parrett Jackson county who rented N BroWhiteheadsday to take charge of it IO W H Fish the Paint Lick dr gist and partner of the firm of- Fish Sr Smith lumbermen was tesflt one day last week 1 ookmgI tip more business for his are W F McClary spent a few din a sold Indiana this week ore tioiparationsometime within the next ten days Vie regret very much to loose Bill from our number but we trust that the change will prove a ri toarvest for him J W Sriithof Paint Lick of the iirnj of Ffeh Smith is a of BiDic Smith who ownefi the Harm 40 years ago now owned byII Mrs Manilla Jones near Pine 11 He is a grandson of General Smith NJimaiid the biggest portion of lands is fciouttd Mt Vernon a tutnleksorme years had to relinquish his duties about four or fivetae since Oi account of failing healthy lev as thought he was gradually tg regaining his lost strengthstPatQ ot two weeks since He tells us now that hs condition is wore We sincerely regret it Heisa mighty i Vigooderr most and 1erut The SIGNAL wishes for his recovtiy front his affliction so us to he with us agaiui I l i J Di Gibson of yRichmondj was called to see Mr J Fishs mother who has been sick for some four or five weeks oueEugeneHarriman Teun with the C gabina Orchard Baud to play for a Stt eel Fair They will probably go Iseveral other places in the Sou toI before returning home I 1LOCALS Circuit Court will be held some time early in next month 11James Wiuslered and Miss Ka married in the county judges office csterday 113A1r FOR SALr25 bales best tim Jthy hay for sale Call and me W G HIATT novy4t Dr Goldstein the Louisville tician will be at the Miller Hou Wednesday November 12 for one only J8HOUK ADAMS Mt V scrletip iron you bring them and pay you a 100 oct2d kttJoe Fredericks who has been in very serious condition for some Lelellug i SOld Stoves and all other old scrap ifbn is what we are hanker ing after 25cts a hundred PIouK ADAMS 24tf Mt Vernou Ky Hon 6 H Waddle the Re of publican candidate for Circuit Judge in this district spoke here Wednesda in behalf of his candi v 1eAChestnut oak cordwood is being ped from points in this county tanneries What is done with fortfairIt is pretty reliably rumored that J Cook deputy county court day clerk will be a candidate for t nomination for circuit court cloy Jarve does enter the race it will a uiight3r good man to defe him What has become of the dorm tory We have heard nothing said R4doesgetup and enterprise abut au to do a little something towards it started will thFARlpoinly prihouse and outbuildings Orchard well watered Terms easy IIpfurther information call on Catronx Level Green Ky tf Dress making parlors will bemoved ThomPsoIIr ls we is wn and Thompson November and Be glad for all to patron stylesugJ L Ian pOjjanduclerksbipsimply full tofein and a wannpK time is expected between ie petif Fish and Smith have b enlcuttingPe denchppplar logs from this place These men are straigbtfonvard b statetsantracts to 4lie letter tlO GkFrankfort KytIqv 5 1902 Superintepdeutsiinforms me t draft cannot be sent out for pay moiit till the 8th dueta life fact that Sheriffs Thisacy Ljecn SlOW 4n paying in Stnfe rQvelat Draft will gootit in time foHanr ment of teachers on the 15 t Very trulyFerH V ythsSupt Public Instruction I Here The pupils receiving the hirapa esat the colleg e for the mo 6ctober are tbefoiliowngCC U r liEurenge 2 9Siq1ViclorINr PhPT IttI Baker 7 95 YRilL UPT la1AlnaIe BOYSTBring us iron a1 l scrap iron will pay you 25Cts hundred HOUK ADAMS RYitoLadies wanting any dress mak done should call on Misses Brown and Thdmpson at Mrs H B Thompsons residence Li ingston JSSgTHustle out and bring us tHe scrap iion obtainable any old scraps will do 23cts per 100 HOUK ADAMS oct24tf Mt Vernon Ky carryIeanywhereEastern It in yoursefM A R R I E DRobert Cox a Miss Bessie Houk were quiet married Wednesday night at t bouseperformed the cEremonyJ Merti drew Doans home against him on weigthis examining trial resulted in being held over to grand jury with out bond To THE PUBLICI feel it duty to make it known ma w that there can be no misunderII standing that I have charged theb Rev L Davis as being a by crite scoundrel and falsifier and unworthy the confidence or respect all decent people Very respectfullytl A4 C SOWDER Level Green Ky Nov nth Igo 2of GENTS WANTED Traveling and local agents wanted Men andwomen to take orders for books on a guaranteed salary of or fiftyfive dollars a month ra general agents to point subagents two dollars a and all expenses paid Now is DankKyatOne week from next Sunday night the night train coming from Cincinnati instead of running intotake will run into Livingston make connection at that point with trains out of Louisville ThishI indeed be quite a drawback people of Lancaster and other ts along that branch But are one fast train a day v all purposes as our last issue our Livingst correspondent spoke of the pro bility of the Paris yards being to Livingston Since tlien have made sore inquiry from parties who know their busitte we got it straight that eitl Livingstonof or and acttVTOV moved to one of these h ts which tty will bewe are to say et it Sep s yrery that Livingston will holdati atf tit already has with fair prosnt t of gettingmore v v At the joint meeting held in Indepeen d on pa e Ls of Winchester pre Sit of their State Association put James Mafet Mt Vernonwas re treasuhter theHfire old cgs or Kienle president arid xEf W Pick arL secretary and treasurer lag IndiarttatockSgalis ii ie royally jententaiiied the Hotne one Company the LpuisyiileHDVel Tuesday Anight the by James kr Co a Dutch supper at fount a ry Park Wednesday night jer are some statistics from 381 towns and counties snowingbehid growth of Inci in this State apital invested Oct It 1902 jug 338000 a gain of one tailmopat year Phpnes in use a2 a gain of 9452 Miles ofspool lollliues 2600 va gain of iioo age facJ3Ccollpa1v wtth 5b4phones lstl thttdtptt etits r f t f jperthe pushing boys or rather young men have put up a line from Mt Vernon to Mineral Springs a point five miles north of Mt VI11 including several points Mch 1makes their line count up toI 501 like nine miles t1IIItor Cox Bros S N Davis Tele phone Exchange and Conn Crown Oscar Bryant and G C Fish near Buckeye and Mineral Springs The line gives practice to prospect provinguquite a convenience to the neigh boyhood Land stock and Crop 0 1heght fort five 125lb hogs from Clark county parties atoI4 cts Avon Cor Paris Democrat r Joseph bought a train load ofcattle from Wm Woodford Hal Wopdfo d and Will Bedfordwhich hed 1550 pounds The price Josephhisthat has left Kentucky this year Paris News dilmyofr in Ohio county which is to be anthrax Eleven tinePmany more been attacked The farmers are afraid to touch the carcasses and they are allowed lie where they die C P Cecil Jr sold 125 usqhels clover seed last week to J Chas McGullougb of Cincinnati for the top notch price of 532 j per bushel Wilson Berry the well known retired farmer of Lexington has sold to Jake Graves eighty head of i2oolt cattle feeders for eightyahead aggregate 4800 Ni r Graves will prepare the cattle for export ville Advocate The reason why in so many cases hens fail to lay well in winter andwarm weather is that they need plenty of green food It carrot = the place of grain as it is of low value but as an adjunct to the grain ration and to keep the fowls ea a plentiful supply both in tosummer and winter is necessary Bert leaves turnip and carrot tops also good in summer butjiotfot muchilllettuce The Lexington Leader says inbangton this season Mr F T Morgan fram Mexico bought TOO Short horn hull calves from six to ten = adJainIer50 75 per 15 yearling heifers at from tFgeeseveral calves his own raisirjg from seven to twelve months old 80 per head Beside these a of scattered Shorthorns have been shipped to Texas and v Mexico A market report inone of the papers explains a slump in market by saying that the packersSt the price up the day before and stimulated heavy run enabling l them to take off not only what trtb20 cents additional It would seem that the packers by combm are able to swing the market henainto the market by a hign price only to cut tlie price when stock a ive1Vh will defend moralch racler such a trans action Bryans Commoner isain= investment than snytown store r with an equal investment ofcapi Jsays an exchange The than ind the plow is more independ entthan the titan behind counter It is honorableJas dignified to plow and t w as it is to tie up sugsr or measure kerosene to hand down a of thread or to put up a pack of crackers The farmer who rnanuiahas certainly tbwrol1g vievj lrasJthlrs lie t f yc ACTATOCE1Dor1onDeYy 7Jeciaeuv JP AU i v You Heard of The 20fh Gehfry Low Prices IF NOT CALL AT Krueger Sonsj llo ROOM ere to uat- QPRICES SUFFICIENT TO SAY r Everything in ladies I t Befits Farpisjiijip I AT Lowest pr1p11 r YOURI V- l IjWinferVGomingr 1 q mHow is Your Boy or Girl 1 Are they Fixed for I the Winter E uHN I T I U r lE GroII HARDWARE I tnenda general merchants line Ift At Reasonable Prices xTHEBpKOF fjT VERNON SVJT VERFNON KY OPENED 1900l oC CAPITAL STOCK i f t o VICEP2W IiSj ltiont Our friends ana patrons arVinvited to call when in town Phone No 55 = h t GO TO JOr AS CKE ZIE MT VERNOM KY j for Everything in er DJGQods Clothing Boots and Shoes antiJoQoneralt 4 Merchandise t BEST GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES J Phone No 83 GFHFFIN ii hu m LLPractical Undertker and FUNERAL DIRECTOR f 4 tlt Vernon Ky v i ock Complete IIfurnishJSmbalming done on short notice Come and see ire anything I have not got can get for you on t- traiuthatlearethecity ORUKRBbywire Promptly Filled Phone No 6 J C JhC= DAVIS The Place to Obtain Fresh I rags 1 r ALSO r PatentMedicines of all Kiniis ti StationeryDr Articlesv 7 ASs H Paints andyPRESCRIPTIONS carefully Coml tiMed i ltt or nlg t PhoheNo 6d r v g b 4 ciY a 7 r s L t 1- iTtitrgatins M L twp Our Spec- y ia IVOO Offer1J zf 6 pounds granu1ated Sugar 25cts 12 poundroasted coffee 5 cts i1 a par Big Dealt sodpe cts 1J Br g1l1on bucket 10 cbs it Jit lOund soda e J 2 1 3 cts 4 rl 0 gaBon best oil 5 ctCr14 pound best t l 1 f 155cts J 0 12 pounds good flouIx 25cts pound lard 10 ctn i otnl siot5 W r Hotel r Frith RL COLLIER Propr Located at the Depots ceo BRODHEAD KY GOOD LIVERY ATTACHED Meet ail Trains Day and Traveling Men and Railroadf men Solicited Will furnish Lunches for all trains The Veranda Hotel JOSEPH COFFEY PROPR gk Stanford Ky 5 Specially equipped for traveling iSF v men Sample room onfirst floor guestsJC RATES 200 per day r f W r h f W M Francisco MONUMENTAL WORKS Deadhead Ky Granite and Marble Monuments 5 I and Tombstones ALL tfORK FIRSTCLASS t SATISFACTION GIVEN r M L 111 V ERS MT VERNON KY FIRSTCLASSWORK OFFICEIn the Krueger new brick w PHONE No 73 F FT- z s New Fast Train T- COLORADO UTAHr Dentist AND THE PACIFIC COAST i Jn effect Sunday May 19th f The new train will leave St Louis m daily the evening train e points 1010 p m daily gli sleeping ear service be St Louts San Francisco and Tliroir I1 points Only line a twice daily tickets now bu sale further information address G Matthews y P A Louisville Ky f Pasasir 2d t gtSt toqis c 4 t t i It t MT VERNON DIRECTORY COURT CALENDAR j COUNTY COURT Fourth Monday in each monthQ- UARTERLY COURT Fiist Mon day in each month CIRCUIT COURTSecond Mon Mondayi temberIMT VERNON POLICE COURT Third Monday in each month CHURCHES Services at the Christian ChurchPreach ing 1st 3r Sundaj s at 11 a m and at 730 p Sunday School 930 a m every Sunday Prayer Meeting Every Thursday 730 pm The public are cordially Invited to attend all services DAVID HARTSFIELD Pastor PresbyterianHolds services on the 4th dunday morning and Methodist will hold services at the byterian church on the 2nd Sunday morningI and evening in each month Baptist ChurchServices on the Third Saturday night and Sunday Sunday School at 9am every Sunday Prayer meeting on Tuesday nights MASONIC Ashland Lodge No 640 meets 4th Monday 10 A in AMT VERNON R A CHAPTER Not 140MEETS every FOURTH MONDAY pmt MACCABEES K O T M TENT No 21 meets every 1st and 3rd Monday at 730 p JAS IDIJJPJNGR K PROFESSIONAL C C Williams ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KY it OFFICE On 2nd floor of TheBank of ML Vernon on Church streetSpecial attention given to collections Phone No 80 l Miller House HUGH MILLER PROPRIE- TORHeadquarters for Commercial Men trainsI Insurance of all kinds Call at the Signal office Mt Vernon J Q McCLARY Undertaker Embalmer C0LINE of caskets1 Orders by Telephone atteila ed promptly Stanford X H Ju18 tf Frr r 1 BARGAINSj 1 N t Furniturehoes and Boots tor Clothing Ladies Jackets DRY GOODS GROCERIES FLOUR Feed Saddlery and Harness 10 EveningI IclosestI I Our Terms Cash or Produce I lour Motto 75 Sale CIRCTIT COURT W T Houk etc Matilda Houk etc j iBy virtue of a and order of sale of the Cir cuit Court rendered at the Sept term 1602 of said court in the above styled action I shall proceed to offer for sale at the front door of the court house in Mt Vernon Ky to the highest bidder at pub lic auction on Monday the 24th day of Nov 1902 between the hours of 8 oclock a m and 4 oclock p m being County Court a credit of six months the described property towit i st A certain travt of land lo cated in county Ky and bounded as follows tract thence N 7oi W 55 poles ii links to a stone on the east edge of the Skaggs Creek road thence with said road S 24s W 16 poles 20 links to a stake thence 830 E 10 poles thence S 7 W 16 poles thence S ij4 W 10 poles 19 links to a white oak on the east side of tha road corner to the land claimed by george Smith thence with the lines down by said Smith N 58 E 12 poles 17 links to the northern point of the large stone just above the spring thence S 55 ls- tone E 3 poles and 10 links to a thence S 3 3 E 8 poles and 14 links to a stone with buckeye thence S 6o3 EI3 r 13 acres and- I 10 spuare yards 2nd A certain house and lot located in Mt Vernon county Ky and bounded as fol lows at the N W corner of the lot owned by R G Williams and in the South line of Old Main Street thence with the line of street N 67 W 3 poles 10 links to the N B corner of Dower tract thence with two lines of same S 22 W 6 poles and 23 links to a stone thence S 67 E 3 poles and 40 links passing over the center of the well to a stake in the west line of R G Williams lot thence with said line N22 E 6 poles and 23 links to the place of 25 square yards 3rd A house store house and lot on which said dwel ling and said store house are located and situated in the town of Mt Vernon Ky and bounded as fol lows On the north by New Main St on the east by the lot of S C Davis on the south by Old Main St and on the west by the lot of J L Joplin For the price the pur chaser or must execute bond with surety bear ing legal interest from day of the day of sale until paid and having the force and effect ofa Bidders will come to com ply with these terms BT Con I N J Cooley and his were shot and kill ed by Manuel Thurman a saloon keeper at Dayton Tenn uDo unto others as you wouldIhave them do unto yon Houk ACC AdamsPh- oneOLD IRON WANTED Commissioners ROCKCASTI Plaintiffs- vs Defendants judgment Rockcastle dayupon following Rockcastle erryI pointers FishsIbeginning containing Rockcastle Beginning beginning containing dwelling purchase purchasers approves judgment prepared promptly BETHURUMMaster soninlaw WillWhitfield Aj A DANGEROUS MONTH This is the month of coughs conld and mute catarrh Do you catch colds easily Find youself hoarse with a tickling in your throat and an annoying cough at night Then you should always have handy a bottle of Ballards Horehound Syrup J A Anderson 354 West 5th St Salt Lake City writes We use Ballards Horehound Syrup for coughs and colds It gives immediate relief We know its the best remedy for these troubles I write this to induce other people to try this pleas ant and efficient remedy 25c 50C andi at Chas C Davis Editor W P Walton in referring to an anniversary of the Stan ford Interior Journal says in the Lexington Democrat The Interior Journal has round ed out two years under the editorial and business management of Mr E C Walton who continues to improve and fortify it to public favor while making it a financial success The paper was always a little gold mine and the writer of ten wishes that he had never been tempted to leave the good old town at which it published and given it up for larder and less satisfactory work It would have saved us many a heartache and sleepless night but that isnt here nor there We have enlisted for the war and having put our hand to the plow we do not intend to look back Dark Hair Vigorforthough I am past eighty years of age yet I have not a gray hair in my headGeo Yellott Towson Md We mean all that rich dark color your hair usedI to have If its now no matter for AyersI Hair Vigor always re stores color to gray hair Sometimes it makes the hair grow very heavy and long and it stops falling of the hair too steel a bottle AU itsIf your druggist cannot supply you send us one and we will express nameofJ C AYER CO Lowell Mass Herbert B Marble chauffer for a New York automobile manufact urer was sentenced to one year in jail by a New Haven Conn jury for causing the death of a vehicle driver by a collision- BEAUTIFUL CLEAR SKIES Herbine exerts a direct influence on the bowels liver and kidneys purifyingand strengthening these organs and maintaining them in a normal condition of health thus re moving common cause of yellows mothy greasy skiu and more of less of pimples blotches and blackheads soc of Chas C Davis w Mj j U p ffJ 11 tV g 4S Our Special 2OO Offer H 10 pounds granulated sugar 50 ctspr 1 pound best roasted coffee 15 cts 2 bars Big Deal soap 5 cts 1 and a half gallon bucket 10 cts 4 pounds soda 5 cts i gallon best oil 10 cts I half gallon bucket 5cts j 12 pound best tea 30 cte 1 sack good flour 5 tilts 2 pounds lard 20 cts Total 200 r Rain and meat have no effect oa harness treated 11 withEnrekaHaraess siats the damp I teepsthelathcr able Stitches do not break No ronhsurr- ace to chafe and cut The harness not only keeps j looking like new but I wears twice as long b yth use of Lureka- iraraees Oil iu cans ills e- sMad1y IStandard Oil WJf KI IlFfoit You will never be Sorry For living a white lire For doing our level best tor your faith in humanity For being kind to the poor For looking before leaping For hearing before judging For being candid and frank For thinking before speaking For harboring clean thoughts For discounting the tale bearer For being loyal tb the preacher For standing by your principles For stopping your ears to gossip For asking pardon when iu error For the influence of high motives For being as courteous as a duke For bridling slanderous tongue For being generous with an ene myFor being square in business dealsFor sympathizing with the op pressedFor giving an unfortunate a liftFor being pat nt With cranky neighborsFor tness in keeping your promises BEST LINIMENT ON EARTH IM McHany Greenville Tex writes Nov 2nd 1900hI had rheumatism last winter was down everythingtbut got no a gave me a part of a bottle of Ballards Snow Liniment I used it and got two more bottles It cured me and I havent felt any rheumatism since I can recommend Snow Liniment to be the best liniment on earth for rheumatism For rheumatic sciatic or neuralgic pains rub in Ballards Snow Lini meat you will not suffer long but will be gratified with a speedy and effective cure 250 Soc and 1 at Chas C Davis Over a thousand waitresses in j Chicago restaurants thfeaten to- strike if demands for higher wages are refused WORM DESTROYER Whites Cream Vermifuge not only kills worms but removes the mucus and slime in which they build their nests it brings and quickly a healthy condition of the body where worms can not exrst 5c al Chas C Davis STATE OF OHIO CITY OF TOLEDO S LUCAS COUNTY J FRANK J CHENEY makes oath tIt lie is Sp senior partner of the firm of F J CHEEKY CO doing business in the city of Toledo county and State aforesaid and that send c firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every ease of CA TARRH that cannot be cured by the use of HALLS CATARRH CURE FBANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed in ray presence this 6th day of December A U V 1880 SEAL A W GLEASON Notary Public Hallos Catarrh Cure is taken internally and a1t5 directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the Astern Send for testimo nials fret- Address F J CHENEY COJ Toledo O Sold by all Druggists 75c Halls Family Pills are the best E consular report states that Germans have the following sums invested in foreign countries United States Mexico and South America 2000000000 and1ul tralia Africa and the far East 1 000000000 These investments are the outgrowth of the last 30 yearsRobbers at Steece 0 made a rich haul taking cash stamps bonds insurance policies and pretty much everything else iii sight Dont forget the old man with the fish on his back For nearly thirty years he has been traveling around the travelingbringing wh goesTo he brings the strength and flesh so much needs To all weakand sickly children he andbstrengthening food personslietick red blood Children who first saw the bid irian With the fish are now grwn tipr and have children of their own He Stands for Scouts Emu ajladeltonic lor childf enyfop off folks and for all who heed flesh and strength SCOTT SBOWfltC5ftemstr NewYorJdB0c