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F W 100 8 36 Snodgrass G W n r 24 2 81I DISTRICT NO2 Adams Mrs Nan i town lot 2 43 Adams Mrs Jane i 2 00 Ambrose Eliza 75 2 44 Ambros Hiram 300 934 Blazer Bros Hart 53 2 98 Carpenter Wiley 42 3 80 11 Estrige tfelix n r 45 3 96 Huff Taswell 85 5 02 1l Isaacs Albert io 198 t Isaacs W R loo 4 52 J Lovell John So 5 02 r Northern John 86 3 30 Nnclcles J H 2d 3 17 r Phillips Wm 60 4 04 PWlins Alvas heirs i Ramsey D N 10 2 3 0 Shockley Georgeu r 13 2 o Smith Jack 30 i 80 ISoatdsWoodall W T io 4 04 Adams WG 30 346 Hughes George i5 55 A DISTRICT NO 3 Abranii Waller 50 3551 421m7GnddJ Nary J 502 2 nc sken heirs n r 60 2 i 230 jackson Mrs Annie 50 346 Jordan Houston 75 404 JKin artV Harvey nr 30 2 cr Chas heirs n r 275 4 25 3 L1PlerTn 75 4 J WE KNOCK EM ALL OUT IIW Thats business constantly keep quality view matter prices high grades always maintained fAE OfThe The EArTNGv TaXtaDI 44411Coffey 4041Patten 46t 2n 5rltlnan8oga oo- iSiic6aJSHatdin I Ohristmas Dolls All prices from 5c to 200 TOYS All kinds Christmas Cups and Saucers Mustache Oups for Papa and- JustplaingoldembossedI Cup and Sau er for L Mamma r== WHOLESALE tJ RETAIL i U G BAKERI Miller Morrison 25 3 30 McGuire A J n r 50 3 46 McGuire J W 40 3 I7 Northern William 50 3 05 Ramey Henry Cn r 40 2 1o Saylor A 25 2 S Sheppard Riley 2 5 5 05 Smith W B V Johnson N R 6bb 9 34 Waddle JS n r 50 2 oo Williams Jonathan 83 3 30 oa3 55 DISTRICT NO4 Wyatt So 3 46 Braddock 75 5 50 Bishop Sissy r 50 2 49 Coleman heirs n r 100 4 45 Daugherty Thomas 250 5 07 Durham J N 40 3 05 Durham Sarah 35 2 00 Durham Wm 65 3 8o 81IMason NoahI 3 os Money Fred 30 3 55 McGuire J GJ49 5 42 Sexton BP- Singleton 40 3 05 Sherman 40 2 g8 Singleton W G 25 3 05 Singleton R G 40 5 02 Cincinnati Cooperage Co 70 ii 30 DISTRICT NO 5 Ball B H 2 3 05 Ball Sanders 4 3 05 Bodkins James n rso 2 00 Bales Thos ur 96 2 00 981ICarpenter Feldon 75 4 34 Centers D R 10 3 05 Centers Wm io 305 Collins J H 80 4 52 II Del Ph Henry LI2 4 52 Durham Newton40 3 05 Durham Martha Zoo 3 46 Falin Mart 50 35 Fisher James 3 2 81 Fields Mrs Nany 2 I 75 French a Px2 5iHormsby 1 M 22 3 05 inram Paulina 20 t 7O Jackson Clay 25 3 05 Jones Henry nr 50 ao 4oJ 0oMaricle Wm t 30 30 0v io Moore Ecu o 3Q54 McNabbw j X As6o 5 6 Oyerbay JM 5 3 JO Owens W N 75 J 3o 981 Pinletou jas 2 4 ri Recce Hogan r t5 2 9 11 2o9P- 5Z Rutherford Alex 503 55 1 Christmas Calico Best on Earth for 4c a yard Christmas week Christmas Dress Goods For from ic to 50c25 percent REDUCTION ioff A Sullivan J An r 75 4 45 Scott James 12 3 55 Townsend T WI1 3 05 Waddle Wm 50 3 05 Walker Sullivan n r 400 5 42 Wyrick Harvey 65 3 55 Walker Mrs D Fnlr 125 3 46 I DISTRICT NO 6 Arnold heirs u r 25 i 75I Carr Burnett 70 3 55I Dyre John F 50 3 30 Hall Eli 8o- cv335 Hood Napoleon 25 2 8o Jones Sarah J 130 3 46 Mink Wm Samuel 57 2 98 Mink Rosalind 6o 2 49 Moore John 50 3 55 Oliver E C 35 3 30 Sams Reuben 3005 42 Taylor Daniel 100 rc 60 4 52 Tyree J N n r 60 2 75I Wickliff heirs n r 400 6 39 Whitaker Elizabeth 3o I So Whitaker Giles E 40 2 95 DISTRICT NO7 Cash J N 186 9 42 Hayes Josiah J 125 7 46 Head Thos n r 50 2 49 Henderson Susan 56 2 98 Hunt Jesephine 86 3 g6 Meece Lorinda 140 2 98 Mize Tilford 130 6 48 McLemore J S 100 5 50 Percifield P W 32 4 05 DISTRICT NO8 Blanton John 200 io 40 Hall Fannie 37 3 46 iHall r45 6 48 Hiatt A M 50 2 74 Maddux heirs 80 5 42 Pitts Elisha heirs 100 2 00 Durham Ora 2 2 48 Durham Ora J 15 2 A8 Tharp W Gs heirs i town 101 6 46 Potts John n r t8 2 00 Ruper J A 65 2 98 55I351Valdeu 355I111i1xterSpicyCnr 75 2 iSniiUi George 60 4771 05jCongress will adjourn on Dcccm Thisgleaves only about fifty working days before the present Congress adjourns sine die on March 4 and itis probable that no important measures except the approprJiUiou IViUa will be passed r ar Christmas Suits 250 300 400 500 CORDUROYS 550 ODD PANTS AT 50c 75c 85c 100 X125 up to 300 Christmas Overcoats Big line at from 175 to 800 CHRISTMAS WEEK D CRAB ORCHARD 0 Miss Samantha Jones is visiting in Jellico TetJn Miss Roxie Spangler was in town Tuesday shopping for Christ masMrs Emma Payne has just received the sad news of the death of her brother Perry Wright who lived near Bye LickJJ L Chadwick is moving from the county house farm where he has been proprietor for several years to his property in town Mrs A B Bastin is very sick Dr Peyton of Stanford was called in yesterday to consult with the family physician Dr Edmiston A new postoffice will soon be opened on the road leading from this place to Bee Lick The ef fice will be kept at Uriah Albrights Mrs Albright will be postmistress Alfre i Davis whose family reside near here was adjudged in sane and taken to the asylum a few days since He had been working in Indiana for some time when one of his brothers received s tele oliceaman had found him strolling about the streets of Madison seemingly in a dazed condition It seems he had lost a horse and buggy and some money of which he could not give any account Born on the i2th to the wife of B D Holtzclaw a boy Glad to report mother and babe are doing well Mrs Holtzclaw has one of the good oldtime families which are very scarce nowadays where the children fit in next to each other like stair steps There are nine in all three girls and six boys the oldest only seventeen and a more sprightly handsome set of children one ceJnever wish to see I think Mrs Holtzclaw is the kind of woman King Solomon had in mind when he said her children arise up and call her blessed Her husband also and he praiseth her Mr Holtzclaw is oue of our hustling farmers also deals in grain and coal has just erected a large store house near the depot ror storing his products JKg may have to enlarge leis dwelling histfamily tppresent r 0 Xinas wA1 soon be here Our Mens 100 110 125 150 200 to 800 for very finest in the land For the Ladies and Children All kinds and very Low Prices Rubbers and Arctics All sizes and Cheap L shop windows are loaded with beautiful dolls and toys for the little ones How times have changed since children used to make whole families of rag dolls even to an old colored woman for Jhe cook Now they do not even have the pleasure of dressing their little doll families as they come rigged out in all the latest style and fine buggies to take them nut add to the re one but I dont believe it does little folks imitate grownfolks but the little shy sweet simple natural child who had to depend on its own re sources for amusement and in doing so thereby the mind was expanded is ud more Who does not love the sight of the little boy with an old straw hat on half the brim gone a bunch of hair pro truding through a hole in top holes in the knees of his breeches barefoot astride of a sack of corn whistling or singing on his road to mill Goodbye happy little boy I never expect to see you Change is written on the tide On the forests leafy prides- I know a man in Garrard coun ty who is one of the wealthiest citizens who said when he was a one foot and hold up the other to warm COUGHING SPELL CAUSED DEATH Harry Duckwell aged 25 years choked to death early yesterday morning at his home in the pres ence of his wife and child He contracted slight cold a few days ago and paid but little attention to it Yesterday he was seized with a fit of coughing which continued for some time His wife sent for a physician but before he could ar rive another coughing spell came on and Duckwell died from suffo ationSt Louis Dec i 1901 Uallards Horehound Syrup would have saved him 25C 50C and roo at Chas Davis drugstore FARM FOR SALEI have for a farm of 127 acres lYing on waters of Brush Crek two north of Level Greene Good house and Orchard and well watered Terms easy For further information call o u Henry Catrpi Level Grcen Ky tf r 4e1 44 i I ForT he N EY way superiority Poof Pudding rJioney M 0 Christmas Shoes Christmas Shoes Christmas Overshoes Same GoodsFor Money Ytandi againI bareIfooted GlobeDemocrat lC outbuildings r BRODHEAD a The stores here are loaded down with Xmas goods We are expecting a few wed XmasiThere will be an oyster supper nightIH L Tharp is prepairing to move into the W G Tharp prop ertyBrown and Cress bought and shipped car load of hogs and cat tIe from here- Granville Owens left here Sun day for the South where he will work in the picture business J W Tate has been away quite a while on the account of the sick ness and death of Deputy Sheriff Clark Mr C S Riesling says he has done real well this year in the luch business and hopes to do bet ter next year as he is better pre paredGeo B Dowel of New Albany Ind visited relatives here and in the country for a few days spending considerable time hunting killing a number of rabbits squir rels and birds Mr M C Williams traveling salesman for Neat Richrdson Drug Co was with us Wednesday We are glad to know that his sales have been exceedingly good this year He justly deserves a rich harvest A MILLION VOICES Could hardly express the thanks of Homer Hall of West Point la Listen wiry A severe cold had settled on his lungs causing a most obstinate cough Several physicians said he had consump tion but he could not help him When all thought he was doomed he began to use Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption and writes It completely cured me and saved my life I now weigh 527 pounds Its positively guaranteed for Coughs Colds and Lung trouble Price 50C and 100 Trial bottles free at all druggists TomDo you think your cousin Julia would marry me if I asked herJackWell I have always cone sidered her a sensible sort of girl7 tillshe might t = = lu J r k 1 rJ I irn1iJi ri 1 Ju1r1rt IYour Dollars worK wonders here The Slender PurseI will give a Lively Account of I itself COFFEE a ArbucWes TO centsr f Lion 9 cents Best Green 10 cents Er LFS1 FLOUR 45Q A BARREL SAME FLOUR IN SACKS AT SAME LOW PRICES B EST MEAT AT 121m 2 cents I rTIIIIIIXiVEASTITIl r IiS Handkerchiefs worth y oc at 5C I5ctSilk Hks worth soc at 300 Kinds of Underwear at- t 11ALL LOW PRICES a nice Xmas present LVp SignalMr FRIDAY DECEMBER 19 1902 r t Published every Friday by Ja EDGAR S ALBRIGHT tt SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO i l Adverlisinb rates made known on a licafiolljt H H HENN1NGER Of Wayne county is a candidate for State Tre iurer subject to the action of the Democratic party- SEMIorrICIAD advices received at Washington state positively that Colombia is preparing to declare 1 war on Nicaragua The Colom biaii Government is actuated byI three motivesa desire to find ployment for her enlarged army to punish Nicarague for aiding the Colombian revolutionists and to obtain control of the Nicaraguan canal route so that she can make her own terms with the United States as to the canal lease 1 S eRA P so BY JET Miss BeStile Hes a man after my own heart f Miss Gunbusta He was after mine too but I jilted him Do you notice how much more gently and more sweetly a lot of telephone girls talk than they used to I wonder whj Theyve done it ever since they read the account of the millionaire who fell in love with a hello girl pn account of her sweet voice and married her A Judge in Maine holds that it- t is not theft for a wife to go through rl1er husbands clothes and abstract therefrom any cash assets that she j may find Of course it is not theft If it were ninetenths ofaU the married women in Kentucky would be in the peniteuiary or on the way there Interior Journal The first temperance society on this continent was organized by the Jesuits In 1684 during a mission 4 given at Sillery near Quebec one of the Fathers preached on temperance with the result that an Algon quin chief and many other Indians pledged themselves to abstain from intoxicating liquors Frs StartuPPeAli Professor And IjotirisTny daughter getting on with her music Do you think she will ever become a great inger Professor Madam it is very hard to say Mrs Star uppe rBut surely she qualificationpossess froesorrhL bah madam j she leaf a mouth A tourist in Scotland observing s an tridcoxiple arguing and gesticuj Verta II mek Ready Made Skirts worth 4 at 3 Same worth 5 at 250 1 Same worth 250 at I Same worth 200 at I75I Same worth 150 at It will pay you to investigate r r100itq to bloodshed asked the cause of the atibothJcrown in ma pooch an she thinks thinIICaleb Powers who has been twice cons icted of complicity in the murder of William Goebel Gov ernor of Kentucky has been Supremejon publicans agreeing to grant a new trial and the three Democrats denying it Kentucky ought to get subordinate judges who can try a techIought to every man who had a share in the guilt ofthat homicide and it should patisanbudgesCatholic The Socialists of Chicago have established three Sunday schoolsIIfor the propagation of nomic ideas among children Chronicle of that city in making the announcement says Sunday schools were the name of God is never spoken where the Bible has no place where prayers are never offered where the hymns are cries for the downfall of the wealthy and the crushing of the earthly powers that are supposed to hold labor in their grasp and where all the teuets of Socialism are taught to little boys aid girls every Sunday is the startling revelation Chicago that has come of a condition in herliuof them They are entirely irreligious andwould not be tolerated if they had any religious feature In one ofmy addresses at Educationall Hall I happened to and was immediately interruped by the father of one of the pupils who wanted to know whether I believed in a God I told him I did and T gave great offense In these schools the children are taught to consider that law pression to hate the rich to thiQkl that the poor are plundered of their due and to hope that the present order may soon be overthrown Then these pupils of Socialism go out says the Chicago paper and as pr they were infected with smallpox scatter the virus of discontent and f anarchy and irreligion The chiefcity of Illinois is sow ing an evil crop FOlr3A DEADLY ATTACK My wifebphysicians vere unable to help her writes MM Austin of Win Chester t IndUbut was completely cured by Dr Kings New Life Pills V They work wpnciers its stomach and ver troubjes Ciire TTIJ oo TiifiyReafl They Game They Looked They Bought Tbis in a few words is the story all who enter KRUEGEKJ z SONS store For PRTCES I XMASro= E Cloaks worth 700 at 550 Same worth 600 at 500 Same worth 500 at 425 Same worth 400 at 350 Same worth 3 SO at 250 Same worth 250 at 175 7 COVgI Round tone has been on a boom for several days J C Cromer is teaching a singing at Chapel The new railroad bridge at Brush Creek is about completed Charles Riddle will spend the Holidays with relatives at Logana- J S Langford is moving to his farm that he purchased from Sam PurcellJim Bryant was up from East Bernstadt Saturday and Sunday visiting relatives Master Clarence Durham was over from Hummel Sunday to see his brother Clell Mr Turk Bell and sifter Miss Alice attended church at Chestnut ridge Sunday last Bryant is in receipt of a ITribble If the rabbit dont want to get shot it had better stay out of his way BryantIand Miss Minnie Treadway were married December 13th at the home of the bride Elder J W fuIc In the matter ofa Bankrupt- J Henry Clark On this 12 day of Dec A D 1900 on considering the petition of the aforesaid bankrupt for discharge filed on the 10 day of Dec A D 1902 it is ordered the court that a uponathe same on the 13 day of January A D 1903 before said court at Covington in said district at 10 oclock in the tore noon or as near thereto as practiable and that no tice thereof be published one time in MT VERNON SIGNAL a news paper printed in said district and that all known creditors and other persons in interest may appear at said time and place and show cause ifauy they have why the prayer of grantedWITNESS the Honorable1 AJi Jo Cochran Judge of said Courtland D1902 JAS C FENNEL Clerk J W MKNZIES BALXARDS HOKKHOUND SYRUP 1mediatdrelie es hoarse croupy cough oppressed rattling rasping and difficult breathing I Henry C Stearns Druggist Shulls rburg Wisconsin writes May 20 1901llHl been selling Bal voLyears and have never had a pre that has J 1- 1rwTh 7 k k ri tomL Y fW i F iHolidayOfferings H W Gea 3C3 K x J v 38 7 1 of IFancyCandies GFRVSTMASV STOCKyI the by ntsaId iJi9has1c I 7 Q U Ladies Hats worth 250 at 200 I Same worth 200 at 150 Same worth 150 atroo Same worth75c at 500 Come quick and obtain the above BARGAINS Y tf ff ITHE COLIIGFSEWS The outlook for next term is encouraging There are many new students coming Judge R G Williams gave a very practical address to the stu dents at Chapel exercises last Wednesday morning The address was an inspiration to all earnest pupilsThe outlook for a fine entertain ment this evening is assuring The efforts in oration will achieve some laurels Let everybody come The ten cents admission will help the library very much HE FOUND A CURT R f1 roster 318 S2d Street Salt Lake City writes I have i been bothered with dyspepsia pr indigestion for 21 years have tried many doctors without relief but Ti have found a cure in Herbine I recommend it to all my friends who are afflicted that way and it is during them too 5octs at Chas C Davis drugstore Long H irl J tT H About a year ago my hair was p coming out very Fast so 1 bough a I a bottle of Ayers Hair Vigor t stopped the falling end made my 3 B hair grow very until now it is 45 inches in length1irs A B Boydston Atchison Kansrr w another hunger fi of the stomach ITheres for instance u hair needs food needs hair vigorAyers This is why we say that f Ayers Hair Vigor always p restores color and makes and fj goheavy ids S your draggist cnnnot suppiy you g us ono anti y ill express IIfa bottle Be sure and ho the xiamo 5 C Ie t express office Address a f 7 C AYEll CO Lowell Mass g L Land Stock and Crop 0F Sanders bought 225 13000I lbcattle from M JFarris day at iL ccatsIIarrods tire Herald paii Paidh the unbeaten pi e1 has AJirfcu sold for M6o cOo to M Wr Savage of iVlinneapolis This IS the highest price ev rlitid for a pacer Jv Oldliarn boaglit i3 fane stt ers averaging 1200 pounds from fUiicle BnijViire Jo Hog Ridge at 4 cts FalniotuhEen= dletonian At the fat cattle sale hellat Clii cago last week under the auspices the Internet ioiial Live Slock Lxfof SiStQ tiu graded1 Angus steer veigning 809 pounds brought at Ipiiblic auction 6eeitts apnund or about rro6 The champion car OfhnirtJdIt fs stihcd1tWr the GonJinfenu Tot arqVCdmpa iiy Vlll ma iru actttre 25dooooo pounds of tobacco this tz I I Ileoking gWo ChnsfrnaswartL I I FINE IDONT IiFranles I Xmas Presents 1 Irr OT I ISameSame worth 250 at 200 Same worth 200 at 150 I Same worth 15031 100 These must go during Hollidays Tr i o HotelIIyourEYESinsure perfect eyes for the rest of your days 1 will examine your eyes overcome the defects assure you f1 satisfactory results Hours ai m to MILLER HOTEL yeai in Louisville This is 7000 000 potiuns more than was made last year Mr R K Smith the general manager thinks the output for next year will amount to 30 000000 pounds CItAlexander sale Juesday Mules 150ld at OU to 5o poi pair horses Si6 to LaOCOVS20 to 50 calves 11 to St7 corn i So in the field fodder S to 16 cents a shock timothy hay 7 60 to IO 50 farm implements sold row Bourbon News THE PRIDE OF HEROES lIau soldiers in the late war wroteto say that for Scratches Bruises Cuts Wounds Corns Sore Feet and Stiff joints Buck lens Arnica Salueis the best in the world Same for Burns Scalds Boils Ulcers Skin Eruptions and OnlyICASTORFor Infants and Children The ill0A Have Always Bought IBears thedof NEWS ITEMS O The admission of Oklahoma to CongressSenator Quay itiits that Arzona and New Me klull ali become States juajoriiy ofthe en te- 11Soppoed to their admitsioii If cmrQs outdris threat of fiiihusieruijj prevent the ad aiisbioj f Okiittua alone or wit h- IndianTe itn tlcihd ti il no Statehood bHicin pss at this short session England nu4 Germany have claimed that f r fstti ears Veue ziitrla twesilthtli tiicwty vhichshc refuses nowvunited to btk3d the p rtsof Venezneju Writ ave seized the ships or her niVy Up u tins time the Unitett he lie ves that Kngland atsd Grtisiiny have not excetded their rf ltH uinrrr inter national law lout Uihcd States Minister B6v h er instructed perfn1V enerte1h i a tSp rrfVene xxreiaSifv ht vr 4 v xrliplo n aCcyircJes rit pttti this Jtrfotflr i utttra tI tiJg he call FAILoro Visit Our 1Store For I J ED 500ISuitsBoys Sisiis PRICES CUT HALF IN TOO And you get the benefit of CUT tbeI c t Ri Dr Re Goldstein I EYE SPECIALIST OF LOUISVILLE KY WILL BE THE and most Office g 4 p m and 0 i e W AT with the consent of the three CDuntriuv to bring this about Twelve younof ran employed by Agriculturehave adulterated food diet They bagatt with beef treatel wth borax and other chemicals to preserve it far- shipping The specialists in the AgricuUural D irtment dr to ascertain if the objection of foreign customs officials to American pnckr ed beef as wll founded iJasoii fti IIJ YroI i Inc n11alc1 bv any other J- l enders hard leather soft j speerally pWl7arcdndeeps out oj 1iijlSoever burns the leather its i Iii Efficiency is itlcrea edL ti Secures best service t ll i Stitches kept from breaking i I I Obsa s5oldinall i II Localities Mnntiractnreil 117n lZ n Mrs Fred Urir thP- rcs2tI Et Country CInh BatonU artr 1zI- I uAft my first baby was bona l did rot seem to regal my t enti lthoc2h the doctor save ms a tonic which he consid ngbHerband insisted that i take Wine of Careui for a week and see what it would do for mc i did take the mzdicirc and was Vtl grateful to find my strength and health slowly returning In two weeks was out of sad in a month i was able to take up my usual duties sm very enthusi astic in tis praloc Wine of Cardui reinforces the organs pregmmcycllrriafe 2Co woman who takes Wino need fear the coming of her child If Mars Uz taken Wine of Canlui before her baby came she would not have been weakenedas she was Her rapid recovery should commend this great remedy to every ospsctant mother Wine of Ul h regulates themtll stT av rK v5K7 r bu V m l t VefrfoD Signal MT VERNON Ky DEc 19 19Q2 Call up No 79 thenyou was n ttCIT1 m U ti cate witsGNAr 79 t = OLIj t JLOUISVLLC 4 NASHVILLE R R TIME TABLE 24 north isoS5 a m 24 north u 122 a m 23southu 200 p U 25 South 122 a m TAS LJ NDRUM Agent Phone No 38w 8IHiedlt tkt Mr Vernt o Ky Pat oWce at see oneclass tail mutt- erPERSO AL Dr John Wifians went to Lou isville Tuesday Urs Dr Cooper was here for a short while Tuesday Big hearted Sam Magee was here yesterday from Livingston Lloyd Maret is getting alongnice ly in teleghone work at London jlvIrvG C Fish will get moved into his new bouse about Xmas Gerge Owens and family leave today for Sal m Ind to locate Mrs Lena Lawrence will leave shortly for Texas to join her hus band Miss Lida Cook wase guest of Mrs G JI Ballard Saturday and Sunday 1 Vic Brown one of the nicest young men in the county was here yesterdayMiss McFerrou spent Saturday until Me nday with her grandmotherMiss Brock of London is spending the week with her sister Mrs Albright George better known as Tele graph McCarty was on yesterdays local for May wood Mrs Dr G B Lawrence will leave in a few days for Texas to spend the winter on account of her healthHon H Helm of Stanford passed through on Wednesdays train en route to the Knox county oil fields Mrs Geo Fish says that there isa new boarder at the Hotel Bel mont Wlliamsburg It is a boy and Judge J B Fish is the happiest roan in town Jack Adams spent Sunday with his parents at Barbourville He days they have all the boarders they can accommodute They had ftytwo for dinner Sunday Col J A August owner of the Pine Hill mines was here Wednes day Us will be at Pine Hill for Several days looking after some matters connected with his inter nists there LOCALS 0 1 0C1C Da vis is the place to get your Xmas presents J Look over the ads in this paper and reap the benefits thereof J t Dont forget the entertainment 4it the College Chapel 1WThe telephone people tonightI lng on putting intin piauge at Brodhead 3yS C Franklin jeweler has a nev sign in front ofhis Placed Joiies Fishs store S QV Davis has been ap pointed Trustee of the Jury Fund I tc succeed W 11 McClary tv Read the big ad of KTueger f Sops and you will find just the things you want for Xmas presents tverYhtJdY is cordially invited or attend theXma exercises to beheld at the Court House Xmas eve nlgnt f li RRIED Jim Vauhook of Jvinc6ln county and Miss Nannie- s1Vl1sof place were married at Stanford Tuesday tThespecial teamof the Roekcas tie Circuit court ad 0urfledrda tjCteniQp i AJrge number of iyjt t treed y f ri er s Bt ILi123 I Col W H rOll iLJ Miller has SOifle snarLdogs and would bej- iiliijjjtti to a 9regood ones C Bat his store Tern Taylor sold a great possum to firi11 H sin er for Thanksgiv ing This was one of the animals he had in a pen since last spring Jim and John Cummins hayej bought John Taylors blacksmith shop outfit and will continue business on the Welsh lot near railroad crossing Beasley Co Stanford carry the nicest and most uptodate furniture to be found anywhere in Eastern Kentucky If you dont believe it go and see for yourself 1024 t1 CHRISTMAS DAYHiss Edwin Merriwether Adams of Danviile and the Hon William Randall Ramseyof London will be mar need atj oclock Christmas evening at the Christian Church in Danville Mr L J Scott who has taken leases for over 12000 acres of land in this county for the Southern Pennsylvania Oil Co says that he has it straight that some wells are going to be put down in Rock castle The SIGNAL has an office cat which dropped in on us a few days since It is as black as dark Africa with o lya small white spot orI two The office now having a mascot cant be downed Bring onI your Job work The Board of Trustees of the Mt Vernon Collegiate Institute have purchased the three houses of Mr S H Martin located Ju the Western part of town which will be converted into a dormitory Price paid Si 600 Tip Langford has bought the Sam Purcell farm near Green Hill school house Price paid 1000 Mr Langford having decided to stay iu Rockcastle has called off the sale of his property which he advertised for Saturday December 2Otll CARD OF TUANKSI desire to thank the good people of Mt Ver non and vicinity for the many favors and courtesies shown me dur ing my recent illness and especially those who were so kind land thoughtful about my needs lVery truly JAMES RICKETS One of our most valued institu tions is the Bank of Mt Vernon It has proved not only a money maker for the stockholders but has been of much convenience and accommodation to the business in terests of town and county Messrs Richards and Furnish assisted by H B Houk are doing splendid work in the management of the bank Capt S M Duncan of the end Ky V L writes us that all mem willibedue them If any member is dead the nearest relative can draw same by making affidavit before the proper officer and being present at the time of the distribution or br sending same to the Adj Gen K S G at Frankfort Ky LOST STRAYED OR STOLEN Two red heifers two and three years old in the spring Both de horned Havebeen gone since the first of September A liberaLre returnlorwhereabouts WiLLIAM FRENCH de54t Livingston iKy Dr Northcuit pf Nicholas ville the successful oil well man has ordered ah Voutfft to be sent to Rcckcastleaiid work will bern sumed where they left off soon seven mouths ago to go to Menifee county to save leases Work will Abe resumed as soon as machinery isItjghtin beltwork There is poir 1 something doing in old Rockcasi tie at an early date IH DiADW G Clark deputy sheriff of this county died Sunday night of typhoid fever after an illness of only two weeks Mr Clark was a perfect gentleman IIi every regard and during the period which he served as shortl the county officers he showed himI self in rti ular worthy of dQI He leaves an invalid wife and several children The burial tool place Tuesday atI the family burying ground near his home lit SOLD OuTCaFt W R Dil lion has sold his planing mill hotel j and all leis Jiving ston possessions to Capt J M Thomas of FordI Ky The amount paid is not known although it is supposed to be something near 15000 lhounas will put in a large sawI mill and make many other improve ments He has a large boundry of timber accessable to the river andJ with the many advantages be will have will make it a enterprise for Livingston and Rockj castle county and in addition to this has all the money he needs to make it a success He will probably commence operating ith about the first of the year JUDGE MCCLURE DIED IN LEXINGTON AT NOON THURSDAY 0 At 112 oclock yesterday afternoon Mrs G W McClure received a sorrow laden message announcing the death of her husband Judge G W McClure in the city of Lexington That destroyer humanity disease had been ofI seIeralas its own on yesterday He born on Skaggs Creek in this wasI ty Oct 5 1841 and while boy entered the Federal army in 1861 under Gen Bramlett as a vol unteer but was soon promoted to the position of Captain He served throughout the terrible conflict be tween the States and never asI there a braver soldier who the blue he was a hero of many a battle field the brave knight of many a fierce conflict Short after the close of the war he was marI ried to Miss Ella Mary Smith second daughter of Mr Thomas surIvives lrslVolIn 1874 he was elected Jude ofj the Rockcastle County Court awL served until iB S when he was again elected otl1atoffice serving eight years in all In 1884 he formed partnership with Mr C C Williams and that partnership continued until Jan 1887 when the firm of McClure Williams was dissolved on account of Judge coun11tytion 1886 He was a Master Ma son for nearly forty years and was at the time of his death a Arch Mason Vhen Mr J Brow returned from the Lone S VI State about four years ago he came at once associated in the prac tice of law with Judge McClure which partnership existed until the time of his death He knew nearly every man wo man and child in Rockcastle coup ty having been actively engaged in the practice of law and politics for the last thirty years He was as fine a han Jshaker as we ever saw and could mix and mingle with the people with as much ease and grace as any man that ever sought political pieferment always ready with a good joke and his face wreathed with a smile His death will be felt throughout this county and many other counties through out this State His remains will be brought home today and tomorrow Saturday at i oclock they will be laid to rest in the old Mt Vernon cemetery with Masonic honors He was kind hearted generous mId charitable a manof great natural in tel gence quicki discriminating and comprehensive an able and faithful prosecutor but ever just and merciful impress Hisbmemory was retentive his voice clear ant ringing his manner and general appearance attractive and his personal appearance in assembly would command ttenI tou but whatever an be said of him as a just judge and a cou sciciilious prosecutor pales when comparedwith him as a husband hissown measure e could be taken He was never happier than whoa surrourrdedxby hk loving wife and devoted chiU bse fevered May his soul rest in peace hi that home not mate with liancUv eternally in the Heaveus acid may God bless tan d conifor- tlC bleeding lita lB oftlit living 0111tS Jclt behind r aLisAfsOo We knee just opened a line of the latest things in ladies neckwear belts beltpins hankerchiefs etc Hats selling at reduced prices I MRS SAUIE WILLIAMS Our undertaker Willis Griffin has under consideration the adVI Siibility of organizing a Mutual Burial Association The object of the association is to give to everyone of its members a decent burial a very small cost Should he be successful in getting it started would be operated something along the following lines That each memper pays a small initiation fee of say 25 cents and when one of the members die an assessment of ten or fifteen cents this however to be governed according- to the membership normoney making scheme about it for anyone and the matter was suggested to Mr Griffin by a friend who has at heart the interest of the poorer class of people who are not at all times able and in many instances do not have as decent a burial as they should We will ave more to say about it next week LIVINGSTON r v Mrs Henry Rice is on the sick listN II Olliver returned from Jel lico LonIdonAngie Poynter is visiting IIvIiss at Maretbtirg Joe Dickerson of Paris spent Sunday with his parents Mrs R C Vade is visiting her relatives in Boyle county Ed Quinn went to Pittsburg Sunday to see his best girl Juo Wes Baker went to Berea tripI relatives at Pine Hill last week Walter Price John Wes Baker and John Howell are on the sick list Mrs Maggie Westerfield of Parksville is the guest of Mrs Will Wright IMrs Cleo Howell and baby Mullius returned from Stanford Tuesday Mrs W J Childress and Verne r Brown returned home from Orlando Sunday Miss Lizzie and Anna Roberts returned to their home at Gum Sul phur last week Rev George Corabin held Episcopal services at the Prerbyterian church Mrs Russell Dillion aud sons Atwood and Lynn Neal returned home from Ma37wood f W D Mullins of Orlando is visiting his daughters Mesdames Reynolds and Mullins Miss Morrell of Altamont was a guest of Miss Doan at the River side Mansion last Friday Mrs Nan McCarthy returned to her home at East Bernstadt after a visit with Mrs Susie Patterson A N Bentleys car inspectors have a smile on their faces They are to have a new shanty this week Mr and Mrs James Morris of Crooked creek visited their daugh ter Mrs Will Cotteugim Sunday Christmas will be celebrated by a Ladder aud Tree at the Christian church and a House Boat lit the- Presbytedauch rch J C Mullius John Mullins Win Bakery Henry J Mullius W C and Jno Mullins and Mrs Susie Mullins attended court at Mt Ver 1nOlMrsvHarriss Of Brodhead as with her sisters Illeaiames Geo Reynold Ballard Mullius and Press Tharp 1rr 7s Rollerspeut Sunday and Monday at Louisville Miss Lida Cook was in the post office during her absence Mr and Mrs Church of Leba noii Junction have taken rooms at the Mullius Hotel Mr Cbur placeI el1 hI was here Wednesday captured three of our town boys and carried Veslety and a yburie IrtuSowQr t4 offehdtr- C f 31r = r If=05 ITmt S J i ttjii I- iyt r I IB fr G ttr JH t sr1 f lrQJaC 1similaHn1 ihef odandRegual 11 tili s time SimIs an Biw el l r ti1R tA 1L P DigeshonCetutFm rcss and Re onhinsneiiiir- UPuinMorpnme 1or1HH rc f iToTIARCOTIU filnPecr uurtar eiRfi1lafi- I7g drrd- AASc Rat tti SzliJ J i 7d 0t7 t at wrc talKmJtl td1fitlitSffm IfnonWormsCoiwulisiousFcverishfleas r I FacSinthc Sinriuri u et i ilkfT xtt 11IEXACT COpy OF VRAPPiR 4 m f iI 0 J ft J Im i1 rvFor Infants and Children liI aq The t r llli I g Rn Li- I j Ul Ju i J JOJl1 S v i l211aLlire uf ru 8I L s r v I i fI U 8 e tJ- J fry or T r it5a a I B nll11 ri I J G Ur r J Crt flllI THEwMfA KY OPENED 1900 r = CAPITAL STOCK 15 000 C C WILLIAMS PJRES JAS T ADAMS VicEPwss W L RICHARDS CASHIER A B FURNISH ASST CASH DIRECTORS Jonas McKenzie Geo Livesay A T Fish S H Martin Rod Perry Vincent Boveing J Br Houk We solicit accounts of firms and individuals CareJul atteii thou is given collections entrusted to us Our friends and patrons are invited to call when in town Phone No 55 TO JOiJAS IVCKENZI E MTas i for Everything Dry Goods Obtliing Boots and Shoos aim General BEST GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES Phone No 83 WILLIS GRIFFIN Un Iertkerfr and FUNERAL DIRECTOR Mt Vernon Ky Stuck Complete Jn fjH hqYt Bays III Ip In- Ai 1011 jv5r Years TD A VERNON wGO infMerchandise Practical IIFINEEmbalming done on short notice Come and see me anything I have not got can get for ou0u first train that leave the city i OR DERS byvire Promptly Pilled Phone No 6 J CHASm Cz DAVIS The Place to ObtainS FlestlDrugsALSO l Patent Medicines ofall Kinds Perfumery Stationery i ArticlesaCIGARS AND TOBACCO Paints and OilsJ PR ESC R PT Q NS ctirefulljf fempounded at all hoursdaror night v v I Phone N 0i6i J J 1- 1r Zi 2et 1xFZtiri7tlkatrR91 f h ii =aiwrrwr aa34r wiv kIif f rJ s rj 5 l 1t p LjJitFIiUJLI J iiI In The Great we are the idaYS + I1y rYQKiu rEMJ ASl By obtaining the Many BARGAINS in our Sine of i Dry Goods Hats Boots and Shoes Groceries Hardware Feed and Goal at prices as low as the y lowest 19 ibs Granulated Sugar for 100 Arbuckles Coffee 0cts per pound Hotel Frith F FRANCISCO Propr Iocated at the Depot v cr r BRODHEAD KYtGOOD LIVERY ATTACHED i Meet all Trains Day and Night Traveling Men and Railroad men Solicited Will furnish Lunches for all trains The Veranda Hotel JOSEPH COFFEY PROPR Stanford Ky3- Specially equipped for traveling men Sample room on first floor Bath rooms free to guests RATE 200 per day- viz =t t M Francisco KSVlJrBrodbead Ky Grftiiile and Marble Monuments and Tombstones l Air J ORK FIRSTCLASS SATISFACTION GIVEN ML MYERS Dentist Mr VKRNON Ky FIRSTCLASS WORK OFFICEIn the Krueger new brick Pliol No 73 Sr j C C W 1sA- PTORNEYAfLA V MT VERNON KYiOFFICE On 2nd floor of The Bank of M tVernon on Church P street Special attention given to collections Phone No So n Miller House HUGH MILLER PROPRIKTOR Headquarters for commercial Men iPortev at alp trains Insurance of all I kindsGall at the Signal Mt Vernon J C McCLARY I UUndcrtqkcr l P Rbathter I tmnlete LINE of Caskets Ro besc Orcleis by Telephone attend t adl noiriptly Stanford K y iU t f PJ = ranr rtrr rrII MT VERNON DIRECTORY COURT CALENDAR COUNTY COURT Fourth Monday in each month QUARTERLY COUIIT Fiist Mon day in each month tCIRCUIT uuRTSecond Man day in February Fourth Monday in May and Third Monday in Sep tember IIvIT VERNON POLICE COURT Third Monday in each month CHURCHES Services U the Christian Church Preach ing 1st 3rl Sunda3s at 11 L ni and at 730 p sundaySehool930 a in every Sunday Prayer Meeting Every Thursday 730 pm The public are cordially hiTitedto attend all services DAVID IIAKTSFlELD Pastor Presbyterian Holds services on the 4th duwlay niorniiig and fcvenin iBapti8i ChurchServices on the Third Saturday night and Sunday Sunday MASONIC Ashland Lodge No tf40 meets 4thIon day 10 A ui SilT VERNON R A CHAPTER No- 140 MEETS every FOURTH MONDAY at 2 p m MACCABEES- K OT M TEXT No 21 meets every 1st and 3rd Monday at 730 p m JAS E HOUK Coin J J PING R K A T3 a9 Fast TrainINew TO COLORADO USAII- ITHEPACIFIC COASTI- n effect Sunday Nay itjth The new train will leave St Louis 900 a in daily the evenirij train to same points JQIO p m daily t hiof2 Cl bettween St Louis San Francisco and Northw = teru points Only line that dues a twice daily Excursion tickets now on sale For further information address R TT Matthews T P A Louisville Ky H C TOWNSEND Gcul Passr and Tkt Agt St Louis Mis George Doan died at Pine Hill Monday of hemorrhage of lungs r Usually the Case Little El liutrr IP pa what is a reformer IX3rpf Br adhead A reformer tall 1is a n rnri who isnernffcu iry4 ig k liaise u bad 1 ratte- rivae j 4iJ- iSRjch PoorrShare Ali kef Bargains Offering Christmas PrayerI yrjPtv 3V vys I Snf C BUSTI We are i- I For t that heart could IXmasChinaware etc etc I Houk AdamS9I Phone 75 MT wJif rA CONWAY 0 Mrs E Hill was here first of the week visiting relatives- V H Jones of Wildie was here Wednesday on business M M Grinstead moved from Scaffold Cane to Berea last Tues dayiJudge Thomas and James He Laibe of Paris were here hunting last week I The Rev Chestnut of Michigan was here visiting relatives fiVstrbf the weekIC M move in a few days to his farm on Scaf fold Cane Mrs G W Jones has returned home sfter a pleasant visit on Scaffold Cane Joe Chenault and Matt Cohen of Richmond were here hunting first of the week R J Smith has moved to his farm near here recently purchased from A N Ballard 11 II Jordon has rented and moyed to R M Johnsons property in our little town The casing is here for another oil well We are looking for the machinery any day J- shotof H Sigma i is the champion our town killing ten birds on the wing t two shots Mrs Andy Sargent arrived home last MofiVTay after a pleasant visit at Covington with relatives Dr W S Beldonythe chief en gineer for L C Smith on Copper creek has resigned his position IA W Stewart of Wildie W H Porter and LA Davis of Be rea were here last week on busi ness f The little daughter of J J Vi ars whcrtias been very low with typhoid fever is somewhat im proveJt Born 10 the rife of T F Guinn boy on the i2th We are in- fOrmed that the true Weight was 24 pounds r H Lambert has bought out J C Coyle and is now running the merchandise business alone at Boone Ky It C Brannamati rear Boone sold his farm to gentleman by the name of Griffin who will take pos session at once- Roundstoiie has been out of banks longer ci riiiirth recent rains than ever known before All transportation being entirely cut off You see we need a telephone sa FAVORITE FAMILY REMEDY Frequently accidents occur in the household which cause burns cuts spans and bruises for use in siich cases Ballards Snow Lini tent has for many years been the constant favorite family remedy r drugstore IJ e ii d j l l 1 Y Ff J IIiiIIfb 4 rroc t r and r During v A Headquarters a Davisa SAVED AT GRAVES BRINK II know 1 would long ago have been in my grave writes Mrs S H Newsom of Decatur Ala if it had not been for Electric Bitters For three years I suffered untold agony from the worst forms of In digestion Wrterbrash Stomach and Bowel Dyspepsia But this excel lent medicine did me a world of good Since using it I can eat heartily and have gained 35 pounds For Indigestion Los andofKidney troubles Electric Bitter are a positive guaranteed cure Only soc at all druggists The growth of the telephone business is one of the wonders of the age With exchanges in al imporIout like spider webs to many ofthe beCter rural districts the possibili ties and advantages of the telephone are beginning to manifest themselves more vigorously each day The telephone is becoming more and more one of the most po tent factors in the cemmercial de velopment of the land Sick diFeed pale girls on Scotts Emulsion 1cdZHt need to give all the reasons why Scotts Emulsion restores the strength and flesh and color of good health to those who suffer from sick blood The fact that it is the best preparation of Cod Liver Oil rich in nutrition full of healthy stimulation is a suggestion as to why it does what it does Scotts Emulsion presents Cod Liver Oilat its best fullest in strength least in tasteYoung women in their u teens are permanentlycured of the peculiar disease of theI blood which shows itself in paleness weakness and nervous ness by regular treatment with Scotts Emulsion It is a true blood foodand is naturally acUpted to the cure of the blood sickness from which so many young women suffer We will be glad to send a sample to any sufferer Be sure that this picture in the torn of a label is on tbi r of every bottle of Emulsion you buy SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St New York r t i 4 u sfL Come and take alook at the Ni ei Things Such as Overcoats Suits Pants c li r i derwear fine SBfets Cd1iais i I Ties and Handkerchiefs 1lli Endless variety lEACH lo f Article mentioned1 in here vtirould make your a nice Xmas Present z J bh1sl QQi rwz FidSJlips fI r n S0 1z rte 1 E package at l rf r 1 p Ia ir ic r1 i Jit j fJ 1P p f from now until ChristITNi amusing and iilstr i Get Uon at Your b 3 V J Tr It y y t1 i ULo t fE1Theytempocrf the Cotton Belt from St Louis first and third Tuesdays of each For oneway tickets Hall the OnesWay roundtrip tickets one fare plus Arkansas Louisiana Texas Write for and cost of The Cotton Bolt runs solid through most modern and comfortable cars and direct ccnnoctiunR for all pans If you arc seeking a better place our handome illKntratPd btxjklats Through Texas With a Camera L O SCHAEFER Traveling Pass t E W Ia BEAT7ME General Pass f1 niT cure by ubowels but regular action cannot be seemed until the secretes enough bile to make tho Ihteslinss execute their natural functions jfUnnat ural agitation caused by cathartics f compels tod acts on tIH fliver cures ChlUt e and Fever and every torn of Malawi Bilious Remitting and Intar m mitting Fevers d by going to the set of the trouble works cure FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE At Chas C Davis Drugstore Eastern Kentucky produces two thirds of all the sorghum molasses sold in the northern markets The crop in Grsenup countr this year is estimated at two thousand and several Sandy Valley will produce a larger amount ortri AL i1Gh pound k game Coffee 11via particulars constipation agitating liver permanent So far from the groth of the telephone busisess haying hurt the telegraph business it has tended d6n4tutly to increase it Thftu dst telegraph company iu A i rica increased it5 grs eim to gs last earI7oQOooo abd it 3 15t caIn s 10I i Tl J iT