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VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, BrwwnmRni Published Every Friday XET 4 k V. ..-- yirjTMjgcjH'gvwmijtjwji KUB.qaiiiTi'jn'n tw VOLUM 13 XVI. rcnatnjimtEM T&ijreiftiirowatgTyjHroiaiii.iiiMlltMtMWjOT NUMBER 28 . WHOWILLBEWINNEBS? Free, Trips to World's Fair For Most Popular Tedchers. EXHIBIT 'ASSOCIATION'S BIO OFFER. j give to the county casting the larg est number of votes Jefferson except-- One to no Elected Krom Every County In tlio Statr Ktill Details of tho IMun DrBOilptlotiof the Kentucky Uullillni; to lie 1 Krtuted at hxposltluu. A Good Word for John Chenault. i fo r '- -! up their failing fortunes. Mr. Chenault has not sought a place on any slate that has been or that might be formed. He believes that the voters should be free to make their owirohoice without dictation from any quarter. He bears up ill will toward his opponent, and in all the other State races he is avoiding the slightest suggestion of interference. He wishes his fellow can' didates good luck in their respective contests. Mr. Chenault is making as thorough a canva.s of the various couu ties as the time at his disposal will permit. He has not wasted an hour since the call for a primary went forth. Proceedimr' on the idM. ,t what is worth having is worth going after, he has gone to t,he homes of me usuiuuiity in rwciuucKY, ana iu uis iranK, manly, attractive fashion, has presented his claims to the people, and they have answered his g appeal in a generous, way. In every district, and practically in every county, he Iras drawn about him the strongest meu in their respective neighborhoods until his name is repeated with genuiue enthusiasm all over the State. lo know John Ch.en.iult is tojj? his fr lend. He has a disposition . il&j&2J&pj MiiLshii'r-u'jfgetstvccJnss and liglut out. " wouia rtiiDitter an oruinatv mans e:cistence. The kindlfn&s's thnt brightens ins tace and keeps his, heart young radiates to his fellow-meaim ai: wno come in contccviuUina are full sharers in his good nature out obck;oi nis gentienetiqis a courace aud determination thfir rmitiflc out hjscharacter. He tif . lslates the word. dutv. literallv. in h;a nrri cial life he sets high s idard, believing that the public service demands all th.it is bt.st in him. His record commends him as heartily to the public as his personal qualities endear him to his" friends. It is a pleasure for those who know him best to serve him without hope of reward, confident that in furthering Ws promotion they- are doing the State a service. By training, habits' m experience. Mr. Chenault will unkean ideal Auditor. He has thorough knowledge of the duties or this importaut office, and he will bring to it a clear miud and a vigorous body. It will be fortunate for the Democracy to have John Chenault nominated. No matter what others will be similarly honored, he will bring as large a measure of'personal worth and popularity to the ticket as any man that can he named." The above, which we copy from the Louisville Critic, is a deserving compliment to this sterling gentleman and noble democrat, who now comes asking for your support. We say Chenault for Auditor, first, iastnud all the time. , heart-warnins -oL.-ancs.J- 'The race that John B. Chenault is making for States Auditor is as gratifying to his friends as it is surprising to his opponents. When the party authorities decided on a primary he accepted the conditions without a protest. He was prepared to submit his claims to the representatives of the people in a delegate convention or to the people themselves at the polls. By either method he only demanded lair play. He has no alliances, preferring to leave that manner of campaigning to thosf who find it necessary to secure the support of other candidates to bolster Who la the mo3t popular school teachor In thin county? Tho Kentucky Exhibit association vants to know, and this wcok puts on foot a plan for ilmllng out. Whoever It may bo, ho or she will bo given a free trip to the Louisiana Purchaso Exposition In St. Louis next year, the association paying overy expense, transportation to and from St. Louis, sir dnya board at one of tho best hotels In the Mound City and admission bIx days to tho World's Fair. This Is an opportunity that ehould nppoal to overy educator In the Etnte. The exposition will be th? greatest International event of the kind ever held, tho World's Fair at Chicago In 1803 not excopted. Ono entiro building Is devoted to education, and In It Kentucky will have 2.B0O 'square feet of space. This alone Is a sufficient at. traction for school terxhera, but every building will hold out an Inducement to all visitors., so 'the entiro six days to bo spent omtho grounds will be one valuable series of leBsona that could not bo loarnod olsowhore. Tho plan of tho Exhibit association, by which the most popular school teachor In evory county in Kentucky will be given Ui'b trip to the exposition., Is. set forth In detail in our advertising columns. It cocatemplatee tho adoption or tho moot popular teacher by a vo.ng process that gives to every school child In tho state, his or hor parents. Bisters, brothers, aunta and uncles a chance to participate In the election. Tho right oC franchise Is denied no ono In this Interesting contest. Boglnnlng at onco the association will owalvo a) Ha )taa.lnii,rtr. ( . tho privilege of sending two sachcrs to the fair at Its expense, tho laost popular teacher and the second most popular teacher. Tho association has mailed to every teacher in tho state, whoso name It wa3 possible to obtain, tho plan In detail, and It will bo read to his or her school, If in session now, or when opened during tho summer. Tho contest will not close until every school In tho state has had a chance to voto. Prorcssor H. V. McChesney, state superintendent of public instruction, has given his hearty endorsement to this contest, and has issued a letter to tho public school teachers of the state suggesting that they read to tholr schools the details of the plan and help. In the contest Tho contest is not confined to tho public school teachers of tho State, however. Every educator is 'eligible to election, whether teaching in private or public school, eor whether a momber of the faculty of an academy, college or university. Tho medical, dental and theological institutions may also enter their teachers in the contest. The Catholic schools of tho state mo also expected to vote, and In this way the contest will prove one of tho most interesting perhaps over conducted In tho commonwealth. To give the public and school children an Idea of tho building, into tho erection of which their dimes and dollars will go, after the school teachers' expenses aro paid, the association herewith presonts a cut of the Ken tucky building. It will cover an area of 138 feet by 108 feet, including porches and verandas, the building proper being 97 feet by 62 feet, Tho exterior is symmetrical and In the classic style of architecture, and la rlcnly decorated. Entirely surrounded by porches and verandas, .entrances are on all' four sides, with the broad sides of the building emphasized by great massive porches, which are flanked with sculpture groups symbolical of mines, forestry, manu facturcs and agrlcultura and horticulture. The feature of the interior is the large reception hall, 6G feet by 60 feet, with a hard wood floor. Along tho walls of the hall exhibits will bo placed. In the floor will be a marble mosaic center piece, about 26 feet square, showing the counties of Kentucky in different colored marbles; ed I well-balance- d. i "KING" OF LOW PRICES. Men's Men's Men's Men's beat heavy work shoes for $1 a pair. fine shoes cut to as low as 90cts. " fine Patent Leather $4 shoes for fine " " Oxfords worth U $3 Men's $1 shirts, Men's 75o ,, Men's 50c ,, ctit to only 75 for A full line of Boys, Ladies and Children's Shoes at prices that will surprise yoJ S3 We Save You Big Money Kansas? On Shirts as well as 25c to 35c 50 cents cents ; V: , J . J Menp, Boys an(i Everything Nlse. A Big Dajidg Line or $ H Children' Men's fine $10 suits, cut to only i: Men's fine $8.50 suits, Mens fine 6.50 suits, " Men's fine ?5. 00 suits, " Men's best grade Navy Blue Suits at Cin9 $6,00 Men's flais, 4oo COME H ERE nd got HATS Come Now and Make and save part of your money yourbuy someto thing else with. Your Money Count ALL the finest calicos at THE best Domestic ever sold at ALL the nice Lawns and Dimities worth loc, now start at yard-wid- e -- $8 50 6 60 5 00 Best $1,25 Hat on Eartji Tor only 95cts. Best $1 Hat lor only BOcts. TJie 4: 5 cents 11 yard f , 5 cents 7Ac a yard v; to 10c a yard IIave 3U9t returned from the cities B ETT ER where we were fortunate enough to secure goods at nearly half price. COMEANDSEE. FINE FAMILY GROCERSE y Kentucky Building a r a iiui iu.t 1 uujiyjr ' . H JV.i ' i Prices on groceries are same as advertised last week. Keep your eyes on this part of the SIGNAL for you will find quoted here each week, Bargains tnatyou, caji aaiU..-- J n rtk fa V. it orders tor io. I nour at 4,35; a Barrel, canyou match the price? Can yoxi touch our prices on J anything? 1 ' V mMmmhmJM 3 1 y --v j t - The FARMER'S Friend, 1 r- -r 1 . " . 4 " A BAKER, Mt. Vernon, Ky K ll C 0 N W A Y Snakes have put in their appearance. Cris Wood is preparing to build ' a nice dwelling here. t'o Richmond Jim Hayes went ou business this week. Allin McKenzie has moved to ' Berea to work on railroad. .Barnet Riddle bought one. work horse from Johnie Mai tin for $40. Harvey Chenault bought a saddle horse from Jim Tute, of d ' for $100. ., Win. Hysiuger. of Hiatt, passed through here Suuday en route to Richmond court. , Brod-hea- f. , Frank Parker, Section 'foreman here,, sold 40 acres of laud to Isaac L,ewis for $120. Mr. Scott Beldon had 0 fine bird dog killed by a train this week. Scott should put in his claim. T.J. Hayes, Harvey Chenault and others from here attended county court at Richmond Mouday W. B. Sigmati has his new residence near completion, and it will add to the appearance of our town considerable. F?- - Edgar S. Albright, the clever editor of the Signai., was here this week talking up the Signai, and insurance business. Mr. Ed. Hiatt gave an entertainment at the school house Saturday night with his talkiug machiue to a large aud interested crowd, Louisville rotca In hallots of ten each. Everybody Is Invited to vote on the ballot to bo clipped from tho plan in another column of this Issue. Thero ten spaces for votes, each vote representing ten cents, School children may form clubs of ten each and send one dollur to tho association, and thereby D. C. Pullins, who got hurt with cast ten votes for their favorito teacher. This privilege also offered the train at Rowland two weeks the public in general. is It is possible, to in ago, is able to be out again. The fact deslrablo, for one person to cast boys say when Dave hears a train ten votes at a time by writing his or whistle near he has business iu the her name across the ten spaces and forwarding vone collar to the associaOpposite direction. ' ' J tion. Tho association does not require the James Maret, of Mt. Vernon, signature of any voter, but Is especialwill be here this week to put' up ly anxious to have all school children the wire and phones pn the, line sign their names plainly, so they may list of thousands between this place and Wildie. 'rnake therefrom ami uiousanas 01 mo coming men ana Jim expects to put in 3 or women of Kentucky for enrollment in in and around Conway. tho Kentucky building to bo erected Some of the land owners be- at tho exposition. AH of tho money derived 'rrom this tween here and Wildie made a kick plan, over and above tho expense of against right of way for "a phone the most popular teachers of tuo state, erection of the line, but by kind talk from our old will go toWards-thKentucky building at the fair. Those friend, J. J. Wood, all agreed ,to voting in this contest will thus havo let the good work" go on. the satisfaction of knowing that thoy havo not only assisted in The Signai, reached here on of their favorite teacher,tho' election but havo Friday instead of Saturday last contributed no little to the movement week, suppose it came over the that will result ln(the most successful new mail route from Mt Vernoa representation over given the state at an exposition of this kind. to Wildie. Let it continue! to The Kentucky building at the fair come that way and reach us soon wUl.cost about 30,000, and If the Interest hoped for, by the association is, as possible. , , t displayed in thib school teachers' popThe oil company have m'ov erl ularity contest, tnere will be no troutneir drilling machine to well No. ble in orectlng.thy.handBome structure , out of, .the diinee and dollars of the 2, a distance of mile.from well Behoof children and the public In gen-Ni. They drilled 650 feet in'eral. There jsno school child In the not,ablo to cant one vote well No. 1 and are satisfied that in uno congest, unu ( many aououesi what they are looking for is in the wlll'castscpresiof votes. neighborhood. v The contests Is under the Immediate supervision of tho' educational comA birth, a marriage aud a death mit 00 of the association, of which Professor H. G Drownell of Louisville occurred recently on the same is chairman. Associated with' Profesnight, within five hours, in the sor Drownell on tho committee art home of Kdward Criswell, at York some of the state's best known educators. " None, of them, however, will Spriugs, Penn. At 8 o'clock in be eligible to election in this contest. the evening a niece was married, at It should be. borne In mind that ev10 o clock a grandson was born and l ery county fselecta its own favorito teachur.- - To stimulate Interest, howI about 1 a. m. Mr. Criswell died. ever, tho association has determined o -, o. when viewed from tho second floor as from the first. Tho stairway leading to tho second, floor and four smaller rooms In the four cornere used for gentlemen's reception and retiring room, check and custodian's rooms, take up the balance of the first floor. The second floor la similar to the first and will be for ladles, with the exception of having the rooms arranged at ono end, so that they can be used as one largo banqueting room. An attractlvo balustrade encircles the light-we- ll In the center. Over tho large reception hall will be a third floor lovel with tho roof of tho second story. A small space on this floor will be reserved for a serving room, which, communicates with the first and Becond floors by a dumb waiter. Thn remainder of the floor will bo used as a roor garden, and will be made as open as possible, to connect with the outer galleries formed of tho roofs of tho porches. The roof abovo the third floor, the main roof, will also be accessible. For neighbors the Kentucky building will havo California on ono sldo and Minnesota on the other, facing Iowa and New Mexico. effect, border design will give this a rug as beautiful light-we- through tho sto .''ls 8KY FULL OF W0NDER8. Ono Is fairly dazzled by the incomparable splendors of the ceremonies planned for Thursday, April 30, at tho World'a Fair, St Louis. When congress postponed the exposition to 1904 provision was made for a celebration of the 100th anniversary of the Louisiana Purchaso and the dedication of tho World's Fair buildings. The cere monies on April 80 and May 1 and 2 of this year are planned In obedience to that law. President Roosevelt and cabinet, the Judges of the supreme court, the diplomatic corps, governors of states, three famous bishops and many othor distinguished men are to be presont. Former President Cleveland will deliver the principal address. There will be monster parades of th( military, numbering 15,000 men, and civic parades of 30,000 or moro. The glorious festivities of each day will be followed by tho grandest flroworks spectacles over set off. Seats for 50,000 people in a grandstand 800 feet long have boen arranged, and the firoworks display will coyer a stretch of ground over half a mile long. Tho display la ' to be ono of splendor. Brw c . k 1. W I 1.4 . l4 NMtt.tfW'n ' v .' & R Mat Griustcad, who moved to Berea some tine back.bas rented a ,i,farm near here and moved back. Mat says Berea is not the place a piaa to go to fjnd work, To Cure a Cold in One Dav Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets, jq mA pt Thfc Signature. & ffrjZr Seven MUHon koxes sold In 13 month?. Cores Crip la Two Days. on every DOX.35C, Dr. F. M. Cliukscales, dentist, A GREAT SENSATION. will he at the Frith Hotel for a few jI mere was a Dig sensation in Arthur Keisling is on the sick days. eesville, Ind.,when W. H. Brown list. Horace Benton is improving Amos Smith, one of Oak Hills of that place, who was expected to bright young meu, was here Sun- - die, had his life saved by Dr. rapidly. l. day enjoying the smiles of his best King's New Discovery for Ben Yadon visited friends at Otsumption. He writes: "I eudured tawa Sunday. Miss Ma Thnrn. who omnlnv. insufferable agonies from Asthma, . x Mrs. Locinda Barnes has an atj ffl Viv Ti . S.. Mfirlin n hnrUtfriir i;um yuur iew uistovcry gave ihc ... j tack of the gripp. lirnif tlitc immediate relief and soou thereafMrs. Jasper Thompson is very at Junction fltv IB ter effected p complete cure." Simi- week. sick at this writing. liar cures of Consumption, who has m011:a. Bronchitis and Grin are Little Maggie Mrs. Cummins, of Livingston, been a patient sufferer for a long numerous. was here shopping Tuesday. It's the peerle&s remeOra Frith entertained a number time, died Wednesday last and was dy for all throat aud lung troubles. buried at the M. E. church Thurs- Price 50c. aud $1.00. Sold by all of friends Saturday eveuing. v day afternoon. druggists Trial bottle free. Cecil McClary, of Hiatts, visited our town Sunday afternoon. The Mr. Osbornes, of Layman, FAIR DATES. Ky., who lately purchased laud Mr. Frank Martin, of Rowland, near here, moved their families visited relatives here last week. The following is the list of fair There will be Easter day services Friday last. We are glad to weldates fixed for this year: come them to our county. at the Baptist church Sunday. Richmond, July 13, 6 days. Bro. Pike filled his regular apCrab Orchard, July 22, 4 days. ROBBED THE GRAVE. pointment Saturday at Hayesville. Georgetown, July 28, 4 days. A startling incident, is narrated Cyuthiana, July 29, 4 days. Mr. J. Hamm, salesman for R. by John Oliver, of Philadelphia, as Danville, August d, 4 days. S. Martin, left Monday for Virginia follows: "I was in an awful conMadisonville, August 4, days. Mr. and Mrs. Kayes, of near dition. My skin was almost yellow, Lexiugton, August 10, 6 days. Crab Orchard, were in town Mon- eyes sunicon, tongue coated, pain Fern Creek, August 18, 4 days. day. continually in back and silesn no Lawrenceburg; August 18, 4 days. appetite, growing Jweaker day by Miss Minnie Roberts, the cripShepherdsville, August' 25, 4 day. Three physicians had given pled girl, is reported very ill at this davs. me up. Then I was advised to use writing. Somerset, Sept. t, 4 days. Electric Bitters; to my great joy, Bardstown, Sept. 1, 5 days. Will Potts went to Stanford Sat- the first bottle made a decided imurday last and purchased a nice provement. I continued their use Eluabethtown, Sept. 8, 4 days. Bowling Green, Sept. 15, 4 days. buggy for $56,50. for three weeks, and am now a Owensboro, Kentucky State Fair, Mrs. Richard Pike, who has wel1 man- - I know they robbed the Sept, 21, 6 days. been sick for some time, we regret Srave of another victim." No one should fail to try them. Only 50c, to say is no better. guaranteed. Sold by all druggists. SAVE THE LOVED ONES. Miss Sallie and Mrs. Lou Purcell Mrs. Mary A. Vliet, Newcastle, returned from a short visit to Man (to acquaintance) "Hello, Colo,, writes: "I believe Ballard's Maretburg Monday. Grinsley, now are oou getting on?" Horehound Syrup is superior to The Misses Anderson, of Stanany other cough medicine, and will Grinsley "So-s- o, only." ford, who have been the guests of Man "Are you still running do all that is claimed for it. and it their sister, returned home Mon- that woman's riijhts paper?'' is so pleasant to take. My little day. Lirinsley "No, I have given girl wants to take it when she has no need for it.'' Ballard's Hore Miss Lula Haggard is clerking thatup." hound Syrup is the great cure Man "Didn't pay, eh?" for J. Thos. Cherry thib week. f Man "Why didn't you continue all pulmonary ailments, Miss Lulu is one of our best girls and $1.00. Sold by Chas. fj toruuit?'' and is greatly admired by all who the druggist. Grinsley "I got married," know her, V Con-girI -- BKODHEAD. -. 1 Mt- Pneu-Walli- n, I I ''.'. fAyjn- V - I J V' i'L 1 M J : tMtribMJtftwwJwiwajiOigAViiPJOJatiWr mxmjmi JjmivtUMH&MtvwvmmaMii&vmxKmstM J i MT VERNON SIGNAL Fiuday, ArniL 10, 1903. Published every Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR $1.00 Advertising rates made knoiim on application "V, For Years the world has been told of the horrors practiced in the government of Russia and its possessions. Many of the stories told are undoubtedly true, and yet tLc present Czar of Russia has taken two of the most momentous and far reaching steps iu the history of nations. It was he who a few years ago proposed the peace con ference at the Hapue, and onl recently he has issued a decree granting religious liberty throughout his vast domains. Considering his surroundings, aud the autocratic form of government in Russia, Boy "I want to buy some paNicholas 1 is one of the most humane monarchs in the world, and per." Dealer "What kind of paper?" is entitled to more than ordinaiy Boy "You'd better give me fly credit. paper. I want to make a kite." TiiERU are 18.000 country news papers in the United States. If George "Women are still pushthe editor of each of these papers ing their way into all the indus would inaugurate a good roads tries." Jack "Tnat's so. I have just movement in his own county, and been discharged to make way for bring pressure to bear on Congress, it would be the greatest lobby for a woman." George "You Have? Well well! the welfare of the country the What are you going to do now?" world has ever known. "I am trying to marry the woThere are two things that wp man." must have in this country, let it "Flattery is the 'open sesame' to cost what it may. They arc1 good every man's heart. Really, to capMost roads and good schools. everything else will take care of tivate a man you must give him an itself, but theso we must push from enormous amount of flattery. Lathmorning till night year in and year er him with it. Lay it on as thick out. Gleuwood Springs (Colo.) as you can spread it. He will stand all he can get. Like a dog, he will Avalanche. hang around you as long as you A distinguished Frenchman stroke him and pet him with flat has expressed the opinion that long tery." Maybe she is right. before the end of the twentieth The number 13 figured several century the United States aud the times iu an accident in New Haven Americanf people will be rulers of a few nights ago. Jeseph Moscana, human affairs. Especially is this with 13 letters in his name aud 13 true with regard to. the high ideals years old, was struck by a trolley of life that govern and mold a na car, the conductor of which was v1 1 tion No.'rr'Thet'ar-was-N- o. 12, which Joseph Chambhriain is just figures add up 13. The accident now the greatest statesman in En- happeued at 6:35 o'clock, which gland and is the lion of the hour. figures make a total of 13. The lad In a few nonths he accomplished resided at 130 Franklin street. more with the Boers in South Experienced Travelleer (at Africa by his level headedness than restaurant: "When did that the average British statesman man at the other table give his could accomplish in a natural life order!" time. Waiter " 'Bout ten minits ago, 1 ! rai-wa- After a man has learned to 1)2 was held, aud the place where his managed by his wife, he is in a fair glory may have appeared. Gen. 3. way to make a good husband. 24. 26th When God takes venhavWhen a girl is mad about geance into his own hand, will he ing to cross a muddy street, it is a God, sign there is a hole in her .stock- let any one else perfottn il? to whom vengeance beongeth, says., ing. "Vengeance is mine; I will repay, Almost any man may gain a Rom. 12. 19; Ps. 94. 1. point by dishonest mathods, but it 27th Is there a day of reckonwill be of but little real value when ing coming? It is appointed unto gained. men once to' die, and after that the "Johnny, wat is a maxim?" judgment. Heb. 9. 27. "It's something that tells how good it is to do what you don't The Antediluvian Patriarchs. Gen, 5. want to." 1st What is the allotted age of A woman never gets soold that man.tiow? Three score years and she will sneer at the false teeth of ten. Ps 90. 10. another if she feels .sure her own 2nd Could we then have imagwon't fall out. ined it possible for men to have Why is a man that makes pens lived so long as the patriarchs, if wicked? Because he makes men the Bible had not informed us? We steel (steal) pens, and says they do could not. right (do write). 3rd Place all these lives in a "Evidently Snllie row, in long lines measured by 100 Nannie years, and say which lived the thinks herself one of the 400." She longest: K i tt i e "One of them? 100 lOO 300 100 COO COO 700 S00 900 thiuks she's the four, and all the . Adam ; rest are the two ciphers." , LAND, STOCK AND CROP atmmmmmmnmn e " J. J. Smith bought a fine jack in Lincoln, price paid $250. O. B. Spratt bought a fine jack of Mr. Bunch? of Clark county, for . Uillaspie bought a 5fJQ J fine Denmark saddle stallion from a Mr. Bean, of Winchester, for Owingsville Outlook. $350. William Willett, of Carlisle, sold mules to 14 head of Rolla Hart, of Fleming, for $1,350. Charlton Alexauder received a carload at yellow corn from Cin cinnati, cost $j.8o per barrel at Dr. W. C. Ussery Hutchison aud J. B. Wood, sold Brent Bros., about 75,000' pounds of hemp at $5.60 per 112 pounds. Paris wr , m d 90 ' -- cA " J. I S E U CD o eg line of ready hosiery and underwear, vrhieh will please the most fastidious, and the akai'Est Pkioks over made. If you only call we are confident we can please one and all. Our now Spring White Goods, UOOUo pique percales and ginghams are WniTc of the latest patients. have WE made just received our NEW SPRING walking skirts, silk and wash waists, C Hocker &Co., Livingston, Ky. WEia Red rAc U 3 O o .... O Ken-tuckia- n. HI We have alsa received another large assortment of the celebrated Red Star brand of shirts and only ask a call; for vi can please you. Sfar Brand SMrfs. o Seth Euos Cainan Mahalaleel ....'.... , T.. .:.... The splendid jack, TOP, will make the season of 1903, at the stable of Wade Livesay, near Mt. Vernon, at $7 to insure a living colt. A better jack was never brought to Rockcastle He was bought from M. S. Baughmau of Stanford. april 10 3t V. B. Smith. -- TOP! Flafs, Shoes, Cu'rfainsy Oarpefs Clothing; all of the .latest and Mattings. Tailor-mad- e at prices we are confident patterns and stricily first-claswill bring us the business. a ome and see us even if you do not wish to buy you re always welcome. place Hocker & Main St., Livingston, Ky. s, The E-- 31 Co., w iiiiiiiiiuiiimiiiiuiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiUiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiuaiaiaiiiiuiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiMiiiiiiii BANK STATEMENT. Quarterly report of THE BANK OF MT. VERNON at the close of business on tho 31st day of March. 1001:- KKSOCRCES. Jared Enoch Methuselah Lamoch Noah , 4th How is it that Enoch is so much shorter than the others? Because God took htm to himself before he had lived half the usual time. It is a blessing to us, in life and in death, to live near unto God. What does the apostle in 5 th Heb.ir. 5, 'say of Enoch?, By faith Enoch was translated, that he should nqt see death. 6th What remarkable prophecy of Enoch's does the apostle of Jude repeat? Behold the Lord cometh with ten thousand of his saints. SHERJFPSSAL By virtue of execution No. 445, directed to me, which issue from the the Clark's oflice of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, in favor of A. J. Sams Plaintiff, against James Scott, Defendant, I, or one of my deputies, will on the 27TH DAY OP APRIL, 1903, between the hours of 9 o'clock a. m. and 3 o'clock p. m., at th COURT HOUSE DOOR IN MT. VERNON, Rockcastle county, Ky., expose to public sale to the highest bfdder the following (or so'much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the amount of pro-petty, W- $41,835.04 454.72 9,310.1)1 11,462.00 13,143.86 15.00 420.25 H- - CHASTEEN, Loans and Discount Overdrafts, secured Due from National Banks Mortgages Curreney Specie 1688.88 2455.00 f m BASEMENT of 0?d Brick, IS the place to get your soup and JL Other Items carried as Cash Plaintiff't.debt, interest and cost), to-wi- t: y r ' , umn, United States is quietly increasing its force in the Philip18th What awful act did Cain's pines, but this is done to meet the jealousy of bis brother lead 0? contingency of a possible war in The murder of his brother, his on China. ly brother. The parrot in the New York 19th What fearful lie did he God Navy Yard recently expired mur- tell? He told the muring, "Kiss me, Hobson" aud that he knew not where his murder ed brother was. Hobson sixty miles away. 20th What did God say had Scientists now express the cried to liini? His brother's blood. belief that the sun is inhabited. 21st Iu Tohn'8. 44, the devil is Why not? Is anything impossible called a murderer. What is said to the creator of all things? of Cain in 1 John 3. In this the children of God are mauifest, An exchange says the Easter bonnet will be very plain. So also and the children of the devil: Whowill be the bad words when the soever doeth not righteousness is uotof God, neither he that loveth bills come in. not his brother. For this is the Ik Andrew Carnegie is afraid of message that ye heard from the bedying rick why not spend a few ginning, that we should love one millions on the good roads move- another. Not as Cain, who was of ments? that wicked one aud slew his brother. And wherefore he slew him? SCKAi'S Because his own works were evil, (BY JET.) and his brother's righteous. 22nd Did Cun procure for him' Buried hopes require a deep grave self Satan's portion, a curse? See Why is a madman like two men? Gen. 4. 11, 12, ,lle is oue beside himself. 23rd What did Cain feel when Why does a brunette's face re- God's curse lighted on him? That his punibhuieut was gi eater thau semble a wet day? It is not f.iir. he could bear, as any one might A country seat the top fence kill him. rail. 24th Did God in mercy mitigate No, Maud dear; vastoral poetry Cain's punishment? He set a mark is not a thing of the past, worst upon him to prevent his being killluck. ed. isn't necNo, Cordelia, a writt-23th What is meant by Cain's essarily a hoj because he lives by going from God's presence? He perhaps never heard him again, or i pen. 5he Isn't young Rouudleigh saw him in the form he used to take, or felt his spirit within him. uer loose in his habits? except when he'stfglit, ' He left the pjace where his worsJiii Yes, The g 10-1- 2? r I trusts aud unions are be- sir." "Wat did heordes?" ing formed iu every other industry "Beefsteak and onions, sir." on earth, what's the matter with "How much did he pay you?" a country newspaper uuion, or "Sixpense, sir." or combination, or any sort trust, "Well, here's a shilling. Cook organization that will protect of an auother staak and bring me his." our interests? "Yes, sir." Judge Parker, Senator Gorman Babiica! Quesand Senator Stone. Can anjone deny that there is plenty of good presidential timber in the demoTo Be Asked and Ancratic woods? swered in This Col W1111.K 4000 tions Highest amount of indebtedness of 20 Ytars Has Led a!! Worm K8nt8d.cs UUAit any stockholder, person, company or A.XjZ DRUOOXSTB. 7th To which coming of the firm (including in the liability of the Prepared by JAMES F. BALLARD, St. Louie. Lord does it refer? To the first or oompany or linn the liability of the second? The second. individual members thereof) directly proved security required, bearing in- or indirectly, if such indebtedness exA THOUGHTFUL MAN. To Curo a Cold In Ono Day 8th Is that second coming spokterest at tho rate of six percent, per ceeds 20 per cent, of capital stock acM. M. Austin, of Winchester, Take LsiMittvo Dromo Quinine Taben of in other paits of the Bible? annum ft om day of sale, and having tually paid in, and actual amount of Ind., knew what to do iu the hour lets. All drujfgihts refund tho money If so, where? In 1 Tiies. 4. 16, 17, 1 force aud olTect of a Judgment. surplus of the bank? No. 12. W. Grove's sigif it fails to euro. This 3 day oS April, 190. and fifty otlfcr places at leastT Howls indebtedness stated in above of need. His wife had such an un- nature' is o cacb box. 25a. c-iU'Uf 1 secured? No. (Sco Section usual- ca.se of stomach aud Jiver nnr 21-J- i ' iLL"- fATei-&,' , 9th Wtfcn Jesus came the first 586, Kentucky Statutes.) trouble, physicians could uot help MAR.ETBURG. time, was ij to execute vengeance. Highest amount of indebteddess of her. He thought of and tried Dr. any director or officer, if amount of If not, what was the object? Gcd Mrs. J. Cash is quite sick with such indebtedness exceed 10 per cent. King's New I,ife Pills and she got his son into the world to sent not neuralgia of paid-ucnpital stock oi bnnh? No. relief at once and was finally cured. condemn the world; but that the See Section 583, Kentucky Statutes. ) Only 25c. Sold by all druggists. L. L. Jarrctt, of Brodhead, is takworld through him might b'e saved. How is same secured? No. ing up spokes at this place. Niagara is worth $1,000,000,000 John 3. 17. Does amount of indebtedness of any The only kind of consumpMrs. F. Francisco spent Monday person, company or firm Including in as a source of electrical power. tion to fear is " neglected 10th What will be the design of Private Harry Pulver was shot Tuesday with relatives here. the liability of tbe company or firm the Lord's second coming? To aud and killed while trying to escape consumption." Mrs. Judith Chestnut is with her the liability of the Individual members from the military prison at Fort judge the world. People arc learning that conthereof, exceed 30 per ceut. of paid-uThomas. sumption is a curable disease. nth What remarkable likeness son, at the old home in this place. capital and actual surplus! No. The runs of oil from Knox coun- It is neglected consumption is there between the prophecy of J. S. Cash is making brooms If so, state amount of such indebted ty wells during March amounted to that is so often incurable. God's first prophet and God's last now, as he owns a machine ness. 91050 00 8,675 barrels. Amount of last dividend The present month prophet? Each foretold the com- for the ""purpose At the faintest suspicion of Were all expenses, losses, interest will show a further increase. ing of our Lord, j consumption get a bottle of James V. McCall, of Lyndon, and taxes deducted therefrom before Scott's Emulsion and begin MAKES A CLEAN SWEEP. 12th What did John say? "Be- Kau., is visiting his old Kentucky declaring dividend, and was not less than 10 per cent of net profits of .tho a' regular doses. There's nothing like doing hold, he Cometh with clouds; and home,after an absence of 25 years. bank for tho period covered by the thing thoroughly. Of all the Salves every eye shall see him, and they The use of Scott's Emulsion Miss Aunie Owens, accompanied dividend cai rled to ths surplus fund also which pierced hjm; and all by her neice, Iola Owens, visited before said dividedd was declared? you ever heard of, Buckleu's Arni- at once, has, in thousands of It sweeps cases, turned the balance in kindreds of the earth shall wail be- relatives here Saturday and Sun Yes. See Section 596, Kentucky Stat- ca Salve is the best. utes. away and cures Burns, Sores, favor of health. cause of him. Even so, Amen." day. ) STATE OF KENTUCKY, Bruises, Cuts, Boils, Ulcers, Skin Kev. 1. 7. Neglected consumption does County of Rockcastle, ss. Rev. Martin Owens failed to fill I, W. L. Richards, cashier of THE Eruptions and Piles. It's only 25c not exist where Scott's Emul13th Who guided those who his appointment at Maretburg wrote the Bible? The Holy Ghost. church on Sunday last on account BANK OFMT. VERNON, a Bank lo- and guaranteed to give satisfaction. sion is.- town For the prophecy came not in old of the inclemency of the weather. cated and doing business in the being Sold by all druggists. Prompt use of Scott's Emulof Mt. Vernon, in said county, sion checks the disease while it time by the will of man; but holy duly sworn, says the foregoing report AUD-$1- 00. men of God spike as they were The readers of thli can be checked. be pleated is in all respects a true statement of patter will tho condition of tho said Bank, at the moved by the Holy Ghost U learn that there ii at leait out dreaded Send (or free sample. been able to cure in close of business on tho 3ist day of SCOTT & 1IOWNE, Chemists, 14th Do we know when the disease that science has la all iti since and that Catarrh. Hull's March, 1003, to the best of his knowlIJ Pearl Street, New York. Lord Jesus is coming? "Watch Catarrh Cure is the nljr poiltWe car now edge and belief; and f urthar says that " I suffered terribly and was ex 50c. and ft 00; all drutjntas. tremely weak for 12 years. The therefore, for you know uot what known to the uicdie.il fraternity. Catarrh tho business of said Bank has been doctors said my blood was all mm W'liMasawsfajsytiM " fSWSJsjagj hour your Lord doth come, Matt. being untstitiitloBal disease, requires a transacted at the location named, and turning to water. At last I tried constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh not elsewhere; and that the above reAyer's Sarsaparilla, and was soon 24. 42. Cure la taken lntcm.illy, actlni; directly up- port is feeling ail right again." made in compliance with an Mrs. J. W. Flala, Hadlyme, Ct. 15th What effect should this on thu blood nnd mumus surfaces of the official notice received from the Secresystem, thereby destreylng the foundation uncertainty as to our knowledge of the disease, and giving the patient strength tary of Stato designating tho 31st day No matter how long you The day of the by building Up the constitution and assist- of March, 1003, as the day on Which have upon us? have been ill, nor now Lord will come as a thief in the ing nature in doing its vrerk. Tat proprie- such reports shall be mado. poorly you may be today, Subscribed ajid sworn to before me tors ,Jmve so much faith' in its euratlvftpew night. Wherefore, beloved, seeing er, that ther offer One Hundred Dollars for by V. L Richards the 2nd day of Ayer s Sarsaparilla is the that ye look for such things, be any case that it fails to cure. Send for Hat April, 1903. best medicine you can diligeiit that ye may be found ot of'testlmonials. M. C. MILLER, CROC. take for purifying and enAddress, F. J. CHENEY 4 CO. THE SIGN OF By J J COOK, D C. him in peace, without spot, aud Toledo, 0. riching the blood. W L Richards, Cashier. W GOOD TAILORING blameless. 2 Pet. 3. 10, 14. Sold by. Druggist "So. Hall's Family Don't doubt it, put your Directors J E Houk, Geo Lives ay, Pills are the best. S Martin. whole trust in it, throw A CARD. Here is the treat Oak-Dr. W. D. Crura, the negro ap away everything else. Easel now on display at Rooseveit spent Sun President The brethren in CJirist, will be pointed by President Roosevejt to SLMaMtlt. AllaratttsU. our store. It contains the gratified to learn that Bro. J. L. be Collector of the Fori at Charles- day in Sioux Falls, S. D. He at- Ask yoor etor what b thinks of Artr's line of beautiful new spring Sarsaparilla. Ho knowiall about thii grand old family mttleln. Follow bis adric and Davis having purchased property at ton, S. C, may resign. It is said tended church twice. wowiUtwsatlafled. tailoring samples sent us by J. C. ATI Co., Xowsll, Man. Gooch Town, in Pulaski county, that a 'friend of President Roose STRAUSS BROS., Chicago will remove to it in a short time. velt recently torn mm tuat sucn a Good Tailors for 26 Years WALKS without CRUTCHES. Then we can hear the pure Gospel course would prevent further bit is the The Oak-Easof Christ preached more often than kerness and at the same time better I was much afflicted with sciatica, connecting link between the we have been hearing it. As soon the President's position. writes Ed. C. Nud, Iowaville, tailor and the faultlessly finSedgwick, county, Kan., "going as the weather will permit he will ished garments which give BEAUTY AND STRENGTH. iug about o a crutches and suffer hold a uieetiug.nt'Mu Cnrtnel,' about of America you so much pleasure to Are desirable.. You are strong I was induced ing a deal of pain. two miles north of Mt, Vernon, wear. It's really a lesson it will be held in God's sanctuary, and vigorous, when your bfod is to try Ballard's Snow Liniment, in good clothes buying to pure. Many nay; most women, I used three in the open air. AH that, desire to which relieved me. The greatest nation in the world is see this greaf collection worship God iu His own divine fail to properly digest thtir food, the grestett consumer of coffee. It is the greatest cent bottles. ' 50 of tailoring novelties. plan will receive a hearty welcome and so become pale, sallow', thin liniment I ever used: have recom ' Prices low and stvttsfao- mended it to a number of persons, on that occssion. Bro. J. L Davis and weak, while the brightness, tlon tvbsolulely guarfreshness and beauty of the skin anteed. Ctxll soon. will tell you things that will do and complexion, depart. Remedy all expressing themselves as beiug il the standard beverage of every benefitted by it, I now walk withsoul good if you only heed this uupleasaut evil, by eating your state and territory of the Union. out crutches, and able to perform a the plain simple Gospel of Christ nourishing food, andtakiug a small It's pure that's why. dose of Herbine after each meal, to great deal of light labor on tbe and nJt listen to cunningly devised Brodhead, Ky. pwktiM, Alwtn la 1 lb. tlMUht, digest what you have eaten, luiulac tiMtiBM Ml umlfora qaklltr. 50c. farm." 35c, 50c. and $1.00. Sold fables of men and devils wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm ChaS' C' DftV'3' dru8st0' m S RIDDFIL fit Chas. C. payis' drugstore, 14. Jude A certain tract of land, located in Rockcastle county, Kentucky, and on the headwaters of Gauley Branch and bounded ats follows, On the north and west by the landa of Henry Dolph and on the south by the lands of Dave Arganbright and on the cast by the lands of Lon Stewart, containing 12 acres more or less. Leriedupon as the, property of James Scott. TERMS Sale will be made on a cred't of three months; bond with ap- Furniture and Fixtures Current Expenses 9395.60 933.41 537.81 f Lost Quarter $67,813.00 Total LUniUTIKS. Capital Stock paid in, 915,000,00 in cash 700.00 Surplus Fund 2,321.36 Undivided Profits Deposits subject to cheek on 49,591.73 nhlch intercut is not paid) hot lunches. AE can furnish at any time, and .JljLwe are alse headquarters for Fresh Fruifs and Canned Goods of aF? kinds. Trrrserrrm Total SUPPLKMENTAUY. $67,618.09. Worms!; Fir WHITE'S CREAM MoitlaC B " ButlaQutlltr. soiis i 11 Bf - fi?iiipiifiiiii p ( p S100-R- KW Weak? 409-- 4 11 1, 1 . V . -- Lion Col ' el States 9 . ?f -- JS: ''f4 Lion Coffee J f'rS J. Thoo. Cherry gs Jjoti h '&" j DISCOJOREDOJ ftBSS W-;-. &utxaft'trto!utirt mito I'M.uajttKiiMfik mtUem PAOBBP ,?!$? 'j'. '. ''''MP J' . J,V sA 1- ' 4 : -- rei I':"I - ' ...-- .. ' W" A. Mfss Risiie Williams is at home Globe Fertilizer, the best at after a holiday spent with home-folk- One of our druggists has a glass. through which you can look aud from Hamilton College to spend J. Thos.;Clierry's, Brodhead, jKy. ' srr-- : -r Easter. ' Joe Childress has returned to his see plants growing. What will next? t, , ' W home at Brush Creek aud consoles Vkbnon.Ky., Apk. 10, 1903 ' A. Deet & Son, of Barbourville, Mr. Josh Griffith, candidate for for sale a himself by singing, "When the Fou Sale. I have week looking for a yy Q Cull up "No. 70" VliotvT7f State Treasurer, was here yester :limitednuniber-qOleanders,- - one corn 'is waving, Annie Dear, I will were here last 33 you want to Cmnmunla O return to thee.'1 Mrs. Sarah Pet- - location in wluclt to establisu a day. We will have more to day and three years old. All sales onttt with SIGNAL. is visiting friends, in Mt. Ver- branch of their busiuess, which is about Mr. Griffith in our next must'bemade before transplanting. tit non, this week.Miss Lucy Cof- the manufacture of water and oil ' "" ' ' ""' -' issue. fey, of Wildie, is visitingjicr sister, X P. LECHLEITER. Mrs. Mila Pettit. Alvie Reynolds, tanks, and other supplies. Mt. Vernon, Ky. Mr. J. Henry .Fish has opened a of Wildie, was also a guest of Mrs. For several days we have nosaddlery and harness store 'iiithe "A SUMMER FAIRYLAND" .! Pettit, Sunday. Tho Kind You Havo Alyraya Bought, nnd which Ms been ticed a peculiar agitation, nnd some I room joiuing Dr. S. G. Da vls$ drugTo those who are planning a in. uso for over 30 years, ha3 homo tho signature oi' & Nashville n. rt. Co. Mrs. Wilmoth Louisville Poynter left strarige movements of the young store. He will also carry a full summer ir-seeking Wednesday, for a few days visit at Jvnd has been znado nndev his per- outing and men of our town. Investigation , CJjC&7-rfrtfrSOUftl supervision since its infancy. line of buggies. TIME "green fields aud pastures new," Cincinnati and Covington, Miss disclosed the fact that Miss Lillian Cora Adams returned to Mt. Ver Allow no ono to deceive you in litis. Mrs. Mat, Ffsh,',pf Crab Qrcjiard, some place where they can cast i ;J4 north 16.55 a m All Counterfeits, Imitations and," non, Monday, after a visit with her Stearns, of Ironton, O., was here ni-lmfi and daughter, Mrs.'j. C. Rinehart, care asidft and commune with, parents 26 north 1:22 am Experiments that tiriflo with nnd,cndnngertho health of? here. Ottie Reynolds, of visiting her aunt, and Mrs. W. U. ;.. 2:00 pm of Livingston, were guests of- rela- primitive nature, where, tho' the Maretburg is the guest of his rela- Delaney. Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. .23 south This reminds us of the cooling tives, Mf. and Mrs. George Rey25 South ....: 1:22 am tives here Tuesday night. Mrs. sun shines ever brightly, bodies way one of the heavenly Fish has just returned from a long breezes always blow and great heat nolds. Miss Susie Elmore returnTas. Landrum, Agent. ' ed to her home, near Rowland. was, discovered. ,', visit to California.' is unknown, it is' safely' promised Phone No. 58. She was the guest of Mrs. E. S. J. H. Francisco,,one of our thrivCastoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Parethat among the rocks aud lakes of more. Miss Helen Singleton, El of ing merchants, is pretty hard to goric, Drops and' Soothing' Syrups. It is Pleasant. lib . Muskok'a district, about 100 Crooked creek, visited her aunt, LOCAL the mc Knteriatth lit. VtrnvJ, Kjr i contains neither Opium: Morphhionor other Narcotic head off in anything he undertakes. ond'Clait moll matter miles North of Toronto, situate in Mrs. j. E Singleton, Sunday. substance. Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms Come to Commercial Club meetHe will not He out done, everi by jn the Highlands of Ontario, (iooo "Preacher" John Walton has a cures Dlnrrltoca and Wind and. allays Fovcrishncss. i "" ing" V , his father. When he read in the Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation P Ell SON A b feet abovesea level), they williind very, .seripus attack of the grippe. . i. andvFlntuIcncy. Mrs. Henry Owens has been very Signal that his father, F. FrancisDon't fail to read the ''Commer-cia- l enchantment. It assimilates tho Food, regulates tho Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep co of Brodhead, had a cow that Mrs .Bettie Hoard is visiting relClub" article which aypears in discriptive sick, but is improving .rapidly. Handsome illustrated, Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. Miss Kiltie Poynter, of Mt. Ver- made 60c a day, he " atives here. , this issue. publications will be sent free to non) is spending the week with with his hat off and said: "I want ' Miss Mat Williams went to LouJust a jittle effort and push now any address on application to R. relatives here. Mrs. Joseph Cof- you to tell the readers of the Sig ALWAY: & isville Tuesday. is all that is required and one en- McC. SMITH, Southern Passen-ge- r fey, of Stanford, has returned home. Bears the Signature of Agent Grand Trunk Railway, after a pleasant visit with hsr sister, nal that I have a cow which makes Mrs. W. T. Davis is in cry poor terprise, at least, will be 'establishMrs. W.'R. Dillion and her old me 80c a day or $292.00 a year' .health at present. , 124. Wood ward Ave. Detroit. ed. time friends and neighbors. Misses Another "gusher" pame in this Mr. ami Mrs. D. N. Williams Annie aud Essie Roberts, who morning near the electric light Rev. W. L. Brock will hold reg- -' RESOLUTIONS. were the guests of Miss Lida Cook, are both very sick. ular services at the Baptist church Resolution of the L. O. T. M. of returned to Gum Sulphur, Mon- plant in one of the wells being C. n". Henderson visited Sunday morning and evening, the Mrs. Mt. Vernon Hive No. 25 upon the day. Mrs. Win. Sy'mpson and drilled by Mr. Courtlan Chenault. homefolks first of the week. 12th. death of Miss Georgie May Creed. daughter, Miss Judith, of Pine The oil came before, it was expect Hill, were guests at the Sambrook, ed and the men were not ready for Miss Mollie Waldcn is stenograDon't lorget Jto call on J. Thos. Whereas: It has pleased an all Hotel, Tuesday and- Wednesday. pher for Bethuruin & Bethurum. Cherry, Brodhead, Ky.,when you powerful and loving God, to remove Misses Nellie McFerron and Eva it, and a great deal of it is going to In Use Over It is reported at this writMrs. Dr. W. J. Childress, of get ready to buy your fertilizer. from our midst ,our dearly beloved Hall, of Pine Hill, visited Mm. W. waste. TH CINTAUH COMPANY, TT MURItAV STRHT, NCWVOflK CITY. ing that oil is found in the well on Livingston, visited relatives here J., Childress, this week. , sisterv be it'-- . , Mrs. Mahala Carson h;s return- the Smith farm, just south of town. yesterday. deeply If you can't do anything toward Resolved; That we Rev, Mart Owens has been em- enterprises for goodness sake don't mourn. the losi sustained by the ed home, fiom Jellico, Tenn. Miss This proves that Williamsburg, is Clara Griffin is ' on the sick, list. The the death of one' whose Mr. andMrs. Dave Parker are re built over a good oil field. ployed as pastor of the Maretburg try to keep auy awa-b- y talking Hive-iindications are that before this goes OF memory will ever be dear to us. church this year. againt it. joicing over the arrival of u ten to press another gusher will come Resolved; That we extend our pound son, born Monday April Mr. I,. R. Hughes, of Stanford, Mr. Walters, father of:Mrs. G. are inside the city limits on Dr. Wat-kin- s' KY. Mr. Mose Parks, of Purksville, S. Griffin, died at Pj.msyjllc. last deepestsympa'thy to the surviving 6th. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse, Pikebaby-girl-, and the parents of a bran new lot. pafenrand'brothers and sisters of Sunday. were here OPENED 1900. born Tuesday April' 7th. Saturday night. His death was the deceased. Mrs.'W. R. Dillion and daughter, Women value dress because men HfM'rs. Lou and Miss Sallie Pur-ce- due to old age. , Resolved; "l'h't we send a copy Miss Linda; have returned home, value it so much more. spent Saturday until Monday CAPITAL STOCK, 15 000 Jim Maretvsays, that if the party of these .resolutions to the family after, an extended visit' with rela with relatives here.. who borrowed his telephone plyers of the deceased; and also have them tives, in Lincoln county, Mrs. C. C. WILLIAMS, PRBJi. ADAMS, Vici-PrkMinor Fish has had two promo- are through with them, please JAS. published in the Mt. Vernon Sig Mamie Maxey, ofWoolridge, NashW. L. RICHARDS, Cashibr, A. B. "FURNISH,. Asst.Cash. . Tenn.. is here visiting her mother, tions since he began work at bring them home.,., ""ft y nal. Mrs. Susie Patterson. Revival ville a few months ago. C- Williams Geo. Livqsay, A. T. Fish, DIRECTORS. C. (Mrs.) Elizabeth Purdom, "i Farmers around McKinney, Linservices are being lield at tne ' S. H Martin, Rod Perry, Vincent Boreing, J. E.'Houk. W. A. Carson, the Brodhead Com Christian church, conducted by the (Mrs.) Nannie Miller, coln county, cultivate from one to (Mrs.) Marsha Penington) j doing some work for painter, is pastor, Rey. Hartsfield, ohMt. Ver-n6We solicit accounts of firms and individuals. Carehil atten thirty acres each of tomatoes.. The The entertainment given by Dr. Johrf M. Williams. tion'is given collections entrusted to us. same is the case at Kiugsville. the Lndy Maccabees last Friday, Our friends aud patrons are invited to. call heilin towu.J COMMERCIAL CLUB. W. R. Dillion aud daughter, Miss was a decided success. The reThe Fiscal court met Tuesday to Phone No. 55. Lynda, were guests of Mr. and Last Thursday, week ago, a ceipts were over' $16.00. The fix the county lery, which was . Mrs. G. M. Ballard yesterday. " young people of the Baptist Sunday '. j Stanford, Ky. ' made the jiame as last year; 30. meeting of the business and" pro- school have orgavfi:wl & band of Bethur- U. G. Baker aud L. W. .,.; GO:T.O cenfs advalorum 12J4 cents fessional men of Mt.v Vernon was "Willing Workers-"- ' y They meet OFFICE: At J. R. Beazley's Livturi will go to Lebanon rlext Mon ery Stable... convened at court loise, for the at Calloway Hall every Sunday road tax. day intake the Kuight'l'emplar's purpose of organizing a Commer- afternoon. Everybody is. welcome'. young cial Club. Dr. A. G. Lovell was For Salk. First-clas- s Sam Magee was waiidering degree. & around here lart Sunday like a of ..Con- cow and calf, extra good for milk elected' President' and E. S. Mr. Harvey Chenaulq lost .sheep. Wonder why he did BRODHEAD, KY. KY. way, was here yesterday buying and butter The following not borrow a suit of Bill Mullins' ' very J. H.? ALBRIGHT, mules. He bought two at enrolled their names ' as members: or Jim Hocker? Madame Rumor Manufacturers of Brodhead, Ky. fpr Everything jn' fair prices. Prof. C. R. Hunt, S.? W. Davis, A. says "the "Parson" has decided not The L. &. N. will sell tickets to B. Furnish, W. A. B. Davis, J. J. to go.to Shelby ville. but will settle Miss Eva Fish, one of our most D Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoos, aim "General-- , and beautiful' young Louisville Mny i&,and 19th. final' Ping and "Prof. F. 'J- Beviugton. down here. Will tell'you more la J? LL kinds of marble and granite charming ter on. Livingston is surely the Merchandise ' Cutters, work neatly done. ladies, was a guest of town .relatives limit May 21st arohe ,fare plus 25 The regular meetings will lake mecca of milliners. M rs. Singlecents for the round trip, "account of placeevery Tuesday night at court ton, of Stanford, is at Mrs. Francis carvers, letterers and ornamenters. this week. BEST 'GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES. We make a specialty of high grade who.is now "the G.'A. ,,R. Encampment1. house.. The object of the club is Mershotis with a full line of hats, work. Mr. B. K. Bethutum, .Phone No. 83; ana Mrs. Martin, of Brush Creek, getting very old and feeble, fell Globe Fertilizer, the following to bring' the business men into has a stock of millinery goods on ieb 27 tf. eshimself oue day last week and hurt brands and prices: (Eagle; $23 per closer relations, encourage and Main street; not forgetting our very seriously. ton, Bone Dust, &W per ton, Bone tablish enterprises in way of factor- own little, milliner, Mrs. E. S. ElMr. and Mrs. B. J. Bethurum.' and Potash special $18 per ton at ies, improvement of our roads and more, whe believes in the adage, "Live and let live." Censure and for progressiveness generally. ., Mrs. A. G. Lovell aud County At- J,' Thos. Cherry,'s Bro'dhe'ad. Ky. F. FRANCISCO. Propr. If ' A't the meeting last Tuesday criticism never hurt anyone. Bethurum went to torney L. W. and FUNERAL DIRECTOR. false, they can not hurt unless you ii'iiiii the College night the following enrolled their are wanting it; manly or womauly Located at the Depot Louisville yesterday. Mt. Vern'on, Ky". The musical given at BRODHEAD, KY. Mrs. Thos. Taylor was very se- last Saturday night under the su- names' as member? of the club: J. character, and if true they show n GOOD LIVERY ATTACHED riously hurt yesterday afternoon, pervision of Prof., McDonald, was W. Brown, L. IV. Bethurum, C. C. you your weak points and ' t' against failure and trouble. Williams,B. T. Bethurum, James .. ' lit. a falling piece of timber strik- a great success in every particular. Meet all Trains, Day aud Night by E. Houk, Dr. M. L. .Marct, J. ing her on the back. Traveling Men and Railroad . The violin solo by'- Master Jake Myers, Robert Cox, Jonas McKen-zie- , IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF Sheriff H. L. Tate has been very Williams deserves special mention.. men Solicited. THE UNITED STATES. Eugene Mullms.sG. W. Gencritically ill for the past , several i Will furnish Lunches for all trains. For The Eastern District of August 19, try, Jr., C- - C: Davis, R. L. Brodhead ' Kentucky, In Bankruptcy. days but we are glad to say is now W., L. Riqhards. and 20 and 2i, arer the dates set for FINE HEARSE Altachod. Can. on the road to recovery. There will be u called meeting holding of the Brodhead fair. iurnish Metalic Caskets and have the matter ) Denh'am got his new boil the In Marion (Friday) when ' Let us urge upon everyone the im of the club y Bankruptcy. Embalming done on short notice. ,. of er moved yesterday.- 'If we had ) portance of lending a helping hand .many new members are expected Robt. Graves, Come and see me, anything I have not got can get for you on ..first'" " more such) hustlers as Marion, we ' in every way possible, towards to join. ' Stanford, Ky., April 6, 1903, t ,": train that leave the city. would" have a much better county. ' One of the first subjects, to be making the fair asuccess.. COFFEY, PROPR., A meeting of the Creditors of the JOSEPH '; by wire Promptly Filled, .V'VJ. J. Towery, who has beenvat taken up by the club was a can-- , above named, who has Seen ad-' , Don't fail to visit my store tnd No. 63. Phone ; Stanford, Ky;, Pittsburg for the past few weeks, ning factory. The matter was dis- judged) a bankrupt in the above Specially equipped for traveling hisvhealth, returned examiuemy elegant line of Spring cussed at, Tuesdays night's meeting on account of Court, will be held at the office of and yesterday with twelve pounds ad- and Slimmer Har,, Prices and the following soliciting com- the Referee, Stanford, Ky., on the men, Sample roord on first floor. any.- -, quality can not be equaled ditional avordupoise. mittee was appointed: Prof. C. R. 1 6th day of April, 1903, at 9 Bath rooms free to guests. where. Don't take my word for Hunt,S,-.W- . JDavis and W. A. B, o'clock a m., .to elect. a trustee for Ratrs. $2.00 per day. Miss Margaret. McClary spent t it, but come and &ee for y ousel f. Davis, and tthey' began work at the estate of said bankrupt and for Saturday" until Monday with friends Is to give yQii what yOu want at the right price, 1 MRS. E,TS. ELMORE,' once and soon secured subscript- any other business that may come W.ucu. her and relatives here. and we want every customer to be satisfied, and ' ' Livingston, Ky. ;' ion" to the amount of. $700. The befbrrth'e-"meeting- . school closes in June, she will go feel that our store is the place to buy Ind., to make Her to Jamestown, In making proof of your, claim Incorporation articles were JLfiled necessary amount of $1500 will be home with her brother, W. F 'Mc- In theoffice of ''Secretary of state secured in a short .while, when the state the Court and the style of the -- MONUMENTAL WORKS, Clary. at Frankfort Saturday by the Lout organization of tne .canning com cause as per above Then comBrodhead, Ky, McCall, a- brother of don Telephone Company, of;Lau pany will be established' on a'busi-- " ply with Section 57 of the BankJames Granite and Marble Monuments "Jop's", who left here twenty-fiv- e rel county. It hUs $10,000 capital, uess uais anu inc emcrpnsc puss rupt Act concerning proofs of and Tombstones. years ag6 for the West, is back on stock, and y., .x .Rawlings, of ed. Contracts will be made with claims; otherwise yur claim can ALL WORK FIRST-CLASSa visit, the. first he has ever made! gardeners and farmers for" a large not be allowed. , In making proof SATISFACTION GIVEN- .He is now located at Lyudon;' Manchester; J. K. Lew's'ofJ-Lou-donand J. Wf'Creech, of East acreage of tomatoes to be raised of claim it is' not sufficient that, the Kans , wbfch is one of the best Bernstadt-- , are the- - incorporators. his season. It is probable that initials of the creditor's name apsections of the State. only tomatoes will ..be canned this pear, the Christian name should ' J. A. Lnndrum, L. W. Bethurum The compjny will s connect LonCall at tho Signal S. D'. Lewis don", "'Manchester, , McWhdrter, season though 'next year other also appear.. B. J. Bethurum, Judge office. Mt Vernon. T. V SATTVnPPQ and Jailer J. W. Parsons attended Pittsburg, Benge and East Bern- vegetables and fruits may 'be added Masonic-lodge- ' '' the meeting of the stadt. 'ijfoferecj ia. Bankruptcy. ' at Brodhead Monday night. Geo. V 64 Brooks and Arch Brown were given WILLIAMSBURG. We unintentionally failed to reLIVJNGSTOJi the first degree. Harve Dunn and cord in our last issue .the marriage The1 frost last week damaged John Robins the second and Brent of Mr. Elmer Pa) he and Miss X S. Calloway, of A!tamont,,jras McClary and J. W. Tate the third. here with his many friends,' ' Sun- much fruit in this county. Katie Herrin, which took place day. Contractor L.'T. Bra'dford, There is a great demand here for Miss Mary Pease, who has been of the Rev. J. C. of New Albany, Ind..-was- . a guest clerking for W. M. Hicks & Co., at the residence dwelling houses. The hotels are Barbourville, for the past few Carmical last Saturday week. Mr. at the Mullins Hotel, Tuesday. J. at Singleton is making, a business full aud there is not a vacant dwellmonths, has returned to her home Payne is a son of Colby Payne, is a E. Weekly ing in town.. t at Pine Hill to spend a mqnth or so successful farmer and merchant in trip in Jackson this week, practicing on her typewriter, and Pulaski, county, while the bride, ' Rockcastle River is' on a boom Mr. Frank 'Blakely, of this place, HimoMoKci then will go to Bluefied, W. Va who js a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. a rabbit tide. Lewis and Russell has taken stock in the Ice Plant "at Monthly Supplcuu-nt- j Ordeis by Telephone attend Dillion, of Lincoln county, were to" accept a position as stenographer Jellico, and we hope to get our ice kly ed promptly,, for this splendid nrm. miss fease Cash Herrin, is a most attractive here last week. W. C. Mullins (spent a. .couple .of days ia Louis- - a little cheaper this year. . course at and cultured young' lady:;tt:---- '' completed the short-hanif week. Raymond, Bent- ryant & Stratton Business uoijege The SjGNA'ij extends its hearty yille,.-.thWonders.neyer cease in our town;. ' July ip tf 9V Special Price, Untif April 15, OnIy.$ii$1 icy5unea to woreueaa, iSHnaay, few months ago, cgratujatlbn,s to them, V vr j ' Y . . . " itu, my., injur) ri rfrihmn-rr- -' iiTiifri - t -""" ... .......l.. .. -- MT VERNON SIGNAL ". s. ' apr-'io;3- , ; k f WTWWW-pWW- W ' . w table. ury, P - Just-as-gon- d" e - What is CASTOR! It Pt-t6c- t.' ' .- -; ; , fj came-a-runnin- g GENUINE CASTORS A The Kind You Have Always Bought.' For - 30 Years. apr-io-- 3t . .. -- TEE BjUffi AT. YERNDN,. MT VERNON, ll s. . - Y n. P. P. MYHAND, Veterinary Surgeon 'jj' ' j ; " , " - '' Fowler AlMgJit, 'JONAS 'MCKENZIfi' MT. VERNON, -- -- -- mar-27-3- t. : - Tombstones and Monuments, n - ... Hotef Frith"" apr-io-3- t., '".." WILLIS GRIP Praptical XJndertk'er ore-war- " - , Fair.: Mc-Ferr- to-nig- ht The Veranda Stock Complete ORDE RS - - , Hotel. OUR HO , - ' . Drugs, Toilet Articles, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Painters' Sup-- l plies, 'perfumery, Patent,, Medicines, Soaps, Combs,." " Insuraace of all Brushes, and all Drug- ' " kinds gists' Sundries. ,- W. M. Francisco, ' J. C. McCLARY, Phone. CHAS. C. DAVIS. Undertaker & Emkalmer, ComplrteKgl0" Stanford, Ky, Three Papers for About the Price of One. MT VERNON SIGNjVb THE PRAIRIE FARMER, THE PRAIRIE FARMER wmmmsm?."mssiizssssiQ d is 7iJf r t u.rt If .u t xMl1 p- 4tWV I . l , .. . i, , U ' J - . '4','s Jil , . i- - 'X. . "Weeping? how's that'?" (mid the luwyer, conscious of a sudden thrill lawyer unseuicu' ll, uiiil scvOrai fell to the floor. The first was it of horror. f .vr a will, drnyjn In the same eccentric "Weeping like n woman or a lost as the one which he had returnsoul?" said the butler. "1 camp nwrty terms ed six months before to serve ns n teswith that upon my heart, that I could tament In case of death and nn n deed have .wept, too." of gift in case of disappearance; but Hut now the ten minutes drew to nn in placo of the name of Edward Hyde, end. Poole disinterred the ax from the lawyer, with indescribable amau-meu- ti under a stuck of packing-straw- ; tho read the name of Gabriel John. By Robort Louis Stevonson. candle, was set upon the nearest table Utterson. He looked at Poole, nd to light them to the attack; and they then back at the paper, and last of all drew near with bated brenth to where nt the dead malefactor stretched upon I lilt that, patient ''llirhf icry h trance Continue n From Last Issue ) stances," are a" Mr. Utterson, circum I and down, up foot was still going up tho carpet, Mild "but and down, in the quiet "My head goes round," he said. "Ho ' "What, what? Are you all hereV think I begin to see daylight. Your of the night. has been all these days lu possession; miitl tlui luwyer, peevishly. "Vet' ir- master, Poole, is plainly seized with ".lekyll," cried Utterson, with a loud he had no cause to like me; he must regular, very unseemly; your master one of those mnladies that both tor voice, "I demand to see you." He have raged to see himself displaced; turo and deform the. sufferer; hence, paused a moment, but there came no nnd he has not dectroyed this docuwould be far from pleased." '"Tln-yYfor aught I know, the alterations of reply. "1 give you fair warning, our ment." all afraid." Raid I'oolc. Jbtfayjuiiff twr q'MT:.TajiT Ills voice; hence the mnsk and the suspicions are aroused, and 1 must and i&mKuisxsmszmzKuMitit Blank alienee followed, no one He caught up the next paper; it onlv the maid lifted up her avoldanre of his friends; hence his shall see jou," he resumed; "If not by was a brief note In the doctor's hand eagerness to find this drug, by means fair means, then by foul If not of voice and now wept loudly. uml dated at tho top. "Oh, Poole!" "Hold your tonuei" I'oolc said to of which llie poor sou) retains some your consent, then by brute force!" the lawyer cried! "he wns nllve and hope of ultimate recovery Clod grant linr, with a ferocity of accent that "Utterson," said tho voice, "for here this day. He can not have been testified to his own jangled nervea; that he be not deceived! There is my God's snkc. have mercy!" disposed of In so short a space; he explanation; it is sad enough, PooU, uml Indeed, when the girl had so sud"Ah, that's not Jekyll's voice it's must be still alive; he must have fled! denly raised the note of her lamen- ay, and nppnUIni to consider; but it Hyde's!" cried Utterson. "Down And then, why tlee? and how,? and in tation, they had all started and turned is plain .'Hid natural, hangs well to with the door, I'oole." that case, can we venture to declare toward the Inner door with faces of gether, and delivers us from all exPoole swung the n.v over ,h!s shoul- this stilcide? Oh, we must be careful. dreadful expectation. "Aud now," orbitant alarms." blow shook the, blinding, and 1 foresee tlmtwc may yet Involve your "Sir, ' suit! the butler, turning to a der; the continued the butler, addressing the the sort of mottled pallor, "thnt thing locksred balzu door leaped against the master in some dire catastrophe." knife boy, "reach nie a candle, and and hinges. A dismal screech, "Why don't you read It, sir?" asked we'll gut this through hands nt once." was not my master, and there's tin as of mere animal terror, rang from Poole. The lawyer read: And then ho begged Mr. Utterson to truth. My iiinter" here he looked the cabinet. Up wont tho nx agnin, "When this reaches your hands, follow him, and led the way to the round him and began ,to whisper "is and again the panels crashed and the I shall have disappeared, una tall, tine build of it mini, and ill's back garden. aBgwacsiiLKtxtiAuiLi.t'axaLtAim.'awi frame bounded; four times the. blow der what circumstances I have !lLXVaaiT "Now, sir," said he, "ytiu come as was nunc of n dwarf. No, sir, that fell; but wns tough and the not the penetrntlon to foresee; the gently as you can. I want you to thing in the mask ns never Doctor fittings were woodexcellent workmnn-shiof but my instjnot and all the cirhear, and I don't want you to lie Jekyll Clod knows what it was, but and it was not until the fifth cumstances of my nameless situation i hrnrd. And see here, sir, If by any it was never Doctor .lekyll; and it lock burst In sunder nnd the tell me that the tnd is sure and must chance he was to ask you In, don't the belief of my henrt that there was that the wreck of the door fell inward .on the be early, flo thou, And first rend the miirderdone." ." narrative which Lnnyon warned me "Poole," replied the inwycr, "if yon carpet. Mr. Ulterson's nerves, at this unThe besiegers, appalled by their own he was to place in your hands; and If booked for termination, save u lerk say that, it will become my duty to t 41.ii . iw..,.l.r IJIJl-l- . l.t... 11U111 l.l 1...1 - nmke certain. .Much as I desire to riot and the stillness that had suc- you care to hear more, turn to tho ., I III lit l(, 41 IIJI11 MIS UU1of ance; but ho recollected his courage spare your master's feelings, much n ceeded, stood back a little and peered confession unworthy and unhappy friend, in. and followed the butler Into the lab- I am puzzled by this note which seems eyes-There lay the cabinet before their "Your "HENUY JEKYLL." - in the quiet lamplight, a good oratory building and through the to prove him to be still alive., 1 shall "There was a third inclosure?" askconsider it my duty to break in that, fire glowering and chattering on the surgical theater, with Its lumber of hearth, tho kettle singing its thin ed Uttersou. crates and bottles, to the foot of the door." "Here sir," said Pooole, nnd gavo "Ah, Mr. Utterson, that's talking!" strain, a drawer or two open, papers stair. Here i'onle motioned him to neatly set forth on the business ta- into his hands a considerable packet on one side and listen; while he cried the butler. stand ble, and nearer the fire, the things sealed in several .places. " himself, setting down the candle and Ana now comes tnc second resumed Utterson; "Who is go- laid our for tea: the quietest room. making a great and obvious call on The lawyor put it in his pocket. "I you would have said, nnd but .for the his resolution, mounted the steps and ing to do It?" would say nothing of this paper' If glazed presses full of chemicals, the your "Why, you and me," was the knocked with u somewhat uncertnln fled or is dead wo most commonplace that night in Lon- may master kas reply, hand on the red baize of the cabinet at least save his credit. It is . tloon "That's i cry well said," returned don. go home lllght In the midst there lay the now 10; I must' in quiet; and read "Mr. Utterson, sir, asking to sec the lawyer; "nud whatever comes of these documents but I shall I shall make it my business to see body of a man sorely contorted and be back he called; and even aa he did It, . 3".ou," twitching. They drew near' on shall send before midnight, when We still so, once more violently signed to the vou are no for the police." "There is an a.v in the theater," con- tiptoe'; turned It on Its back and belawyer to give ear. They went put, locking the. door of tinued I'oole; "nnd you might take held the face of Edward Hyde. He the theater behind them; nnd UtterA voice from within: "Tell him I was dressed in .slothes far too large the kitchen poker for yourself." can not .ice any one," it said son, once more leaving the servant pd pst The lawyer took that rude but for him, clothes of the doctor's big gathered about the fire in the hall, "Thank you, sir," said I'oolc, with weighty instrument into his hand and ness: the cords of his face still moved trudged back to his office to read with n semblance of life, but life wop n note of something like triumph In balanced it. "Do you know, Pools," the two narratives in which this mysIlls Voice; and taking up his candle, he he said, looking up. "that you and I quite, gone: nnd by the crushed viul tery was now to be explained. led Mr. Utterson back across the vard" arc about to place ourselves in a po- in his hand and the strong smell ol and into the grent kitchen, where the sition of Mime peril?" , kernels that hung upon the air, Utj To be continued. "You may sny so, sir, indeed," re- terson knew he was looking on the lire was out mid the bettlcs were leapturned tha butler. ing on tin floor. body of a "Sir," he said, "looking Mr. Utter"It is well, then, that we should be "We have come too late," he said MrS. Sourapple I see that offison in the ;s, "was that my mas- frank," said the other. "We both sternly, "whether to snve or punish: cials of the department of agriculthink more than w.e have said; let Hyde is gone to his account, ter's "voice ?" J . a?enjsjiiU h changed," replied the us make a clean broust. This masked only remains for us to find theand it ture are trying to raise chickens It body lawyer, ' very I fe, but giving look for figure that you suw, did you recognize of your mnstor." without feathers. ' ' U" look. it?" The far greater proportion of the Silas Sourapple I don'tr doubt "Changed? JAVell, yes, I think so," "Well, sir, It went so quick, nnd the building was occupied Uy the theater, said the butler, "llavc I been twenty creature was so doubled up, thnt I which filled almost the whole ground, it. These here politicians ate alyears in thif man's house, to be de- could hardly swear to that," waB the story and was lighted from above, ways tryin' to skin somebody. ceived about his 'oice? No, sir; mas- answer. "Hut if you mean, was it and by the cabinet, which formed an 75. ter's made away with; he was made Mr. Hyde? why, yes, I think it wan! upper story at one end and looked avuy with eight days ago, when we You see, it was much of the same1 big- upon the court. The corridor joined M..JUHll.Jll, - UUJg - fBM rz'UT'g'g'g .''?''? i". rwaur nnxs? heard him cry out upon the name of ness; and it liad the same quick light the theater to the door on the byI MT. VERNON DIRECTORY. (Jort; and who's in there instead of way with It; and then who else could street, and with this the cabinet comhim, and why it stays there, is a For Infants and Children. have got In by the laboratory door? municated separately by a second tJUvr-ricml- " thing that cries to heaven, Mr. COURT CALENDAR. flight of stairs. There were besides Tiie Kind You Have Always Bought You have not' forgot, sir, that at the County Court. Fourth Montime of the murder he had still the a few dark closets and a spacious "UVill, Mr. Utterson, you are a hard Bears the day in each month. key with him? Hut that's not all. 1 cellar. All these they now thorough man to satisfy, but I'll do It yet," said don't know, Mr. Utterson, if ever you ly examined. Each closet needed but '"tanaturo of QUARTBRtT COUKT.Fiist Moil- a cursory examination and' when they I'oole. "All this lrst week (you must met this Mr. Hyde?" if you are thinking of doing so kcop bufore dty in each month know) him, or it, or whatever It is "Yes," said the lawyer, " I once opened the door to the corridor they were npprised of the uselessness of that lives in that cabinet, has been spoku with him.' tho fact that tho Court. Second MonCircuit crying, night and day, lor some sort Then you must know as well ns the further search by the fall of n perday in February, Fourth Monday in of medicine, and can not get it to his rest of us that there was something fect mat of cobweb which had for in May and Third Monday in Sep mind. It was sometimes his way x THE NEW queer about the gentleman some- years scaled up the entrance. No fm tember. the master's, that is to write his or- thing that gave a man a turn was there any trnce of Henry WEMTER-where I AND ENLARGED UNTCENAncMAI. ders on a sheet of paper, and throw don't know rightly how to sny it. sir, Jekyll, dead or alive. DICT!Ctttr Mt Vxrxok roue Court; Home-Seekermaking Low Round-Tri- p Rates it on the stair. We've hod nothing beyond tin's; that you felt it in your EDITION OF I'oolc stumped on the flags of the Third Monday in each month. else this week bnok; nothing but pa- marrow kind of cold and thin." "He must be buried here," corridor. pers, and a. closed door, and the very "I own I felt something. of what he said, hearkening to the sound. Also Low Colonist Rates to California. Montana, CHURCHES. meals left there to be smuggled in you describe," said Mr. Utterson. "Or he may have fled," said Utter Idaho, Washington. Oregon, British Columbia and when nobody was looking. Well, sir, Churea Pieaelf Htrrioeii t th Christ! "Quite so, sir," returned Poole. son, and he turned to examine the door every dny, ay, and twice and thrice In "Well, when thnt masked thing like in the , at other Pacific and North I'aeific Coait Points. lnrlt ASH BnndM'mt 11 it was locked; and the same dny, there have been orders n monkey jumped from among the lying near by on the flogs, they found 7:39 J. m. and complaints, and I have been sent chemicals and whipped L. IRWIN, :59 a. m. eTfry Suadijr. HaniUy ehol into th cab- the key, nlrendy stained with rust. Hying to all the wholesale chemists inet, "This does not look like use," obit went down my spine like ice. Tttjtr Meetlac V.ytrj TaariJar 7:39 General Passenger Agent, in town. Every time I brought the Oh, I know A Dlctlon&rr of ENGLISH. raially larltea t atteaa it's not evidence, Mr. Ut- served the lawyer. Tat pabli ar j Biography, Geography, Fiction, to. stulT back, there would be another (Ask U For Rates) Louisville, Ky. DAVID Ili.ftTSFlKLD, "Use!" echoed Poole. "Do you not terson; I'm book learned enough for all iarr'cei. paper telling me to return it, because Now Plates Throughout Tartar, that; but a man has his feelings, nud see, sir, It Is broken? much as If a WtSJCTflWpi.JJlMUMIjim'J it was not pure, and another order to " a different firm. This drug is wanted I give you my Hible word It was Mr. man had stamped on it "Ay," .continued Utterson, "and the Phrases and Definitions Hyde!" rrefcytrU Ui Mrrltoa b tk hittor bad, sir, whatever for." Prcpnrcil iimler llio uircot suncr-"Ay, ay," said the lawyer. "My fractures, too, are rusty." The two Oh aaadajr, Mtralae aaa tIbC. "Have you any of these papers?" vision ot W. T. KARRIS, Ph.D., LL.D., fears incline, to the same point. Evil, men looked nt each other with a stare. asked Mr. Utterson. Unilcil Slates Commissioner of Edu I fear, founded evil was sureito eomo "This is beyond nie, Poole," said tho, tka Tklrd u.lUt Ckarta cation, assisted by n largo corps of comI'oole felt in his pocket and handed of that connection. Ay, truly, I be- lawyer. "Let us go back to the nd SwadtY. Saanay petent specialists mid editors. a.u,,l. nlrht out a crumpled note, which the law- lieve you; I believe is y. Rich Bindings 2364 Qu&rlo Pages yer, licuding nearer to the candle, killed, and 1 believe his poor Harry for 3kolat Taesday alxhU. murderer auuu iiiuiiriuoni They mounted the stnir in silence, ntttlng oa carefully examined. Its contents ran what purpose, God alone cuu tell Is awennd still with an occasional t3T2'he International teas first issued thus: "Dr. Jekyll presents his comin his victim's room. struck glance at the dead body, proin 1S90. aueceedino the "VnahridnrA." pliments to Messrs. Maw. He assures still lurking Asemc Weil, let our name be vengeance. Cull ceeded more thoroughly to examine The Next) and Enlarged Edition of the them that their last sample is impure . W " M AinlanJ Lelra llradshnw." International was issued in October, the contents of the cabinet. At one and quite useless for his present purday, 10 Am. -- 1900. Get the latest and lest. The footman came nt the summons, table, there were traces of chemical pose. In the year 18 , Dr. J. purUT YERNON K A. vnArii.n,v. Wo n!so jmbliali work, various measured heaps o erary FOURTH HOSHAT chased a somewhat large quantity very white and nervous. Webster's Collogl&te Dictionary "Pull yourself together, Hriidshuw," fcome white snlt being laid on glnss at 2 p. m. from Messrs. M. He now begs them with (Jlosanry of Bcottlsli Words and Pla rases to search witli the most sedulous care, salil the lawyer. "This suspense, I saucers, as though for nn experiment HOOI'agci. llOOIIlnitratloni. Siio 7rl0t3 H Inchti. MACCABEES. Ci&tfc ".First-clns- a In quality, gecond-clas- a and should any if the same quality know, is telling upon all of you; but in which the unhappy man had been In also." K. 0,T. M. TxT, Ma. 21, meet etery lit it is now our intention to make tin prevented. be left, to forward it to him at once. Specimen pasci, etc. of both aad lr Maaday at 7:M . books sent on application.! Expense is no consideration. The im- end of it. Poole', hero, nnd I are going "That is the same drug that I waa It tht Cotton Belt, from St. Lob! J, Thebss, Cairo and MemphU, as k sour. C'm portance of this to Dr. J. can hardly to force our way into the cabinet. If always bringing him," said Poole; and jG. 6 C. MERRIAM CO. vntanxt C DAV1B, R K CHAS courouTC, y be , exaggerated." .So far the loter all is well, my shoulders are broad even us ho spoke, the kettle with a For tickets, Publishers, MCTXMUiy. had run composedly enough; but here, enough to bear the blame. Mean startling noise boiled over. Springfield, Mass. One-Wa- y with a sudden splutter of the pen the while, lest anything should really be L,. This brought them to the fireside, writer's emotion had broken loose. amiss, or any malefactor seek to es- Where the cusy-chnround.trlp tickett ;. was drawn coldplus S2.00, to points in Missouri, "For Clod's sake," he added, "find me cape by the back, you and the boy ly ap, tine the ten things stoody ready .' na nd Indian w&J xt8' OH"1-0"- ' Years of Honorable Record must go round the corner with a pair to some: of the old." particulars and cost, of ticket from your home Territories the sitter's elbow, the very sugar town. Mt.' VXXON, of good sticks, and take your post cl "This is a strange note," said Mr. in the cup. There were several books lac Ky. Utterson; and then sharply, "How do the laboratory door. Wc give you ten on a shelf; one lay beside the tea minutes to get there." you come to hnve it open?" If job ar wklit a W.IWr ftaeeto lwiu, writfora fri xjTf FIXST-O.A.S- 8 things open; and Utterson was amazed "The man at Maw's was main angry, copy of pious work, for to find it a CHAPTER IX. sir, and he threw it back to mo like Woax. X.K5HAKrER,TrivcUnff Pncsenger Ancnt, Clncitmoti, o. "And now, Poole, let us gut to ours," which Jekyll had several times exso much dirt," returned Poole. X. W. La BBAVMS, Qanarat Pom, and TleJot Aflt., 8t. Louis, Old pressed a great esteem, annotated, in rtsidtnee, Mo. OPFICS: At he nld; and laking tho poker under "This is unquestionably the doctor's The Great Qunlne 'Training his own hand, with startling blasMaiii St., known as hand, do you know'?" resumed the his arm. led the way nto the yard. phemies. School of I.oulavill. the C C. Williams The acud had banked over the moon, lawyer. Offers the latest and best Next, In the course of their review ' anil It was now quite dark. The wind, rtsideact. "I thought it looked like it, sir," methods and the most comof the chamber, 'the searchers came said the servant rather sulkily; and which only broke In putt's and to the ch'eval-glnsplete course oi study in Pxovx Ho. 7J. into whose depths then, with another voice, "Hut what drnughts into that deep well of they looked wRh nn involuntary .hor' '. ' . Ill . matters hand of write," he said. "Vyc, building, tossed the light of the can-ril- e ror. But It wns so They temporarily turned as to show yon. As they reached, hither nnd seen him!" C. v 9 CUrO COnstfontlnn them nothing but the rosy glow playby agitating the Seen him?" repeated Mr. Utterson. (he door a light footfall was heard on ing on the roof, tho fire sparkling in ATTORWKY-AT-LA.towefa, lnt resteer action caanot bo secured until the inside. the liver .1'Well?" tas a hundred repetitions along the glazed i soerots enousli Wto to make the "So it will walk all day sir," whis- intestines " "That's It!" said roole. 'It was this KY. Typbfront of the presses, nnd their own ffjMCUlo their natcral functions. ffl Unnat- way: I came suddunly Into the the- pered Poole; "ay. and thu better part pale nnd fearful countenances stopp-pin- g Pbnmanship,' Shorthand, tjKM ... MJ...I a.M4tAa. al..jl VJ vmiuiuU) I. MQiwuuiiiwiraw l...'j..Jt..4lM vmn Luoieia WTITING, ANp OrHER BliAICH- On and. .floor of . ater from the garden. It seems he of the night. Only when a new Bum-pi- e to look in. tunuviu! ana ix.rcc34njj uoscs vt e's Pertaining a comes front the. chemist, them's p Church had slipped out to. look for this drug The iBank of Mt. jrtWn tho results. "This glass has seen some or whatever It is; for the cabinet door u bit of a break. Ah, it's an ill con- things, str," whispered Poole. strange street. Special attention glY was open, and there he was at the science that's such an enemy to rest! t collections. "And surely none stranger than far end of the room digging anions 'Ah, sir, there's blood foully shed !:i self," echoed the lawyer in the same1 Abli and Experienced TeachPhone No. 80. acts on the the crates. He looked up when 1 came cvyry step of It! Hut 'hark again, a tones. "For what did Jeykll" School open the entire ers. ho in, gave a kind of cry, and whipped little closer put ypur heart In your liver; cures Chill caught himself up at the words with niay enter at1 year. Students s Into the cabinet. It was but ears, Mr. Utterson, and tell me, is a start, nnd and Fever, and Wm then conquering the any time. Elegant catalogue for otic minute that I saw him, but that the doctor's foot?" Malarial, Bilious, Remitting and In't,,. weakness "what could .Kekyll want free. upon my head like the holr sti-oThe steps fell lightly ami oddly, mitting Fevers, and, by eolnz to the seat nf k. quills. Sir, If, that was my master. with a certain swing, for all they with It?" he said. trouble, works permanent cure. E. J. WRIGHT, Presidknt. MILLER, "You may say that!" said Poole. HUGH why had he a musk upon his luce? went, so slowly; it was different in Next they turned to the business FIPTY CENTS PUR liOTTlE. N. E, COR. 2ND & WALNUT ST., why dAl ho cry out i deed from the heavy crvnkinJf treatll itwfts my. frpafme? I hove of Henry .lekyll. Utterson sigjied. "It table. On the desk nmong the neat like a rat, and LQUISVItliB, KY. envelope was served Him un.i'-yvf- li And then" there nevVr nnvthlmr olseWi nsknii. army of papers, I Business Miien supplied with Uppermost, untl bore, In the doctor!, C. rii 'inn loose in JJlaCussca his hand J'golo. .hodded, Omc.W'Iw. suid. hand, the competent .Office-- Help Free nanieaf Mi. Utterson, fiJi! UiAz)mjuaaiat!M)aaMniiliWTirHiMitmt lOt, 0k. OAl. OH. on ju. .u. ... .1. ... f0H?W0 1ZZZZZ . pro-toutin- g, ftgy FllOv KLTtk. 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