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1$. Vernon Signal
Friday, Dhckmhkr i i, 1896. the
Published every Ft iday by
JAMES MARET. with
SUBSCRIPTION ONK YKAU $I.0O
Advertising rates made known on
Vt'urt niithoriitl tornnounco
Asa niiitlidate fcr Slii'ilft' of Koc'ccnMlu
Count, subject to the action of the
"WcMU'cnutlioiiftl to announce
As a rmullilati' for Jnlicr of Rockcastle county
M:lijcct to the action of the Republican
The Wonders of this
me: j mv n
Is 'old 1)y Our Editor who
Paid It a Visit.
' The gem of Roundstone Valley,"
Wil lie, was visited by the Signal
edi or on last Saturday, in his
round up for news, subscribers,
advertisements and job printing.
He was amply paid for for the trip.
Tom Stewart, the lumber King
of ihc K. C, took possession ol us
and looked after our comfort.
11.11 Woods and others, of our
numerous Iriends, extended courtesies
and accommodations which
Looking over the business interests
of the place, we found Bert
Haves in his barber shop looking
alter the comfort of hU customers
and selling his customers
cigars, tobacco ana gro cenes
Bert is a good boy and will succeed.
Our reporter, M. R. Jones, has
left Wildie lor Conway. May good
luck attend him.
Hayes & Wood are doing a thriving
business in general merchandising.
They also do a big line of
work in cross ties and shingles and
arc solid people.
Fish & Johnson are doing a fine
business at their general store. Mr,
Johnson was well and iavorably
known here while clerking for
Baker & Son and of course he will
draw trade wherever located.
W. II. Jones has a large and complete
establishment across from
the depot. He keeps cveiything
carried in agenerd store and can't
help but succeed with tha energy
he shows in his work. He also
handles a great many cross ties
Frank Helton does the
and blaeksmithing for 'the
community and is a good man.
L T. Stewart, everybody knows
him as Tom. is the K. C lumber
king and no better man and citizen
can be found 111 this or other country
than he. Tom handles
all the lumber gotten out between
Sinks and Richmond; besides Pine
Hill, Mt. Veinon and other points
on the L. & N,, and when he does
business; with you, you always get
justice. May he and more like
him, live to bless our county with
C. A. Keltou, the gentlemanly
and accommodating railroad agent
and telegraph operator had his of
lice neatly decorated with cedar aud
other everg! eens. Mr. K. is a
staunch friend of the Signal aud
has extended many courtesies to
our paper, Mrs. K. visited th?
office while we were there and
Charlie is to be congratulated hi
winning such a prize, as noted in
late rsqorts in this paper of his recent
J. Smith is pumper for the railroad
tank. The pump is nearly
half mile away from tank which is1
located near the depot. The railroad
company has been talking of
buying Will Woods1 property tor a
section lxmse, William Smith
Four saw mill arc located in the
neighborhood. II. Calvin ovn$j
R. Ried one and R. Swinford ,
other and all doing a good 1
One new building in going up
prospects ior othcts.
Hotel accommodations are furnished
by our old time friend and
well-known citizen, Win. Wood,
who knows how to rea; 111s menu
the traveling public.
Wildie has a large Hade in all to
lines of general merchandise. It
furnishes a scpoe of country lying in
eat of them as well as the sur
rounding country. They have is
wide-a-wake men and no
better citizens are found in the
county. The farming community
immediately surrounding the place
second to none in the county.
Wildie is strictly in It with our
other towns and her people think
they are just a little ahead of most
them. It's a good place and we
like the citizens. They have our
sincere wishes for continued prosperity.
Harry Coddingtou, a competent
teacher, will close the public school
on the 14th hist. Mr. Phillips,
who is known as a first-class teacher,
has arranged to open a select
school there on the first Monday
in January. A. large number of pupils
have already enrolled. Wil-die's
coal supply is from banks a
near by and hauled in by wagon.
It is a very fine quality.
PrrrsnuRG. The editor in his
rounds to hustle up business, dropped
over to Pittsburg, Saturday
morning. Took a ride with his
old iriend, Jim Reynolds, engineer
on the little locomotive, out to the
mines a distance of two miles. It
vas quite an exciting experience
on a little narrow gauge running at
times, as it appeared to us, at the
rate ot forty mites an hour,
around cuives as crooked as your
elbow. Eveu at that rate of speed
we managed to rake in three sub-
scrjbers before reaching the mines
and when we arrived at the depot,
and after less than two hours
work, we carried away twelve
names and the money for our paper,
some job Work and more encouragement
for future visits.
G. W. Baker, our countyman,
is with the Peacock Coal Company
as general salesman and of course
is giving general satisfaction. His
salary has been raised during the
last few days. George reudered us
much assistance in our work.
This paper has arranged to have
alettter from Pitssburg each week
after this date aud our friends will
be furnished with the local happenings.
W. V. Jones, Rcbt. Randall,
W. C. Webb, J. W. Cox, A. I,.
Delph, Mart Lunce, J. T.
J. L. Sewall, J. A. Griggs,
Chas. Schweingruber, G. L. Moore
and others subscribed.
Mart Lunce,. formerly of this
place, is bring and braking for Jim
Reynolds on the Pittsburg Coal
Co , line.
James Landruin, who has been
night operatoi here for a long
time, has been appointed agent at
Mt. Vernon. Mr. t,. is a good
man and Pittsburg people recoup
mend him to Mt. Vernon citizens
as a deserving person.
Preaching here Sunday next.
Miss Dora King was up from
J. w. Phillips was at Mt, Vernon
Saturday on legal business.
Grover McGuire and wife visited
relatives near Wildie last week,
Mr. aud Mrs. McGuire, of Bate-
ville, visited relatives here, last
Misses Cora and Eflie McGuire
were the guests of Eller and Addie
Phillips, Sunday last.
Moses Anglin accompanied by
his sfelei. Nannie, was the guest of
Mrs. Nora -Anglin, Sunday.
Miss Susie Ballard, of Cooks
burg, was the guest of her sister,
Tm fl O Plnrlr. .Qn!tir1m nn1
Our public school closed" Friday.
Geo. Worman-is at Stanford this
Lou Gra and wife are now house
Henry Fosset,,of Paris, wafmu
Geo. and JeffHardin have moved
Hazle Patch. guest
Everett Sorrel, of Rowland, was
town Sunday. -
Miss Iva-Painter, of Brodhead,
visiting Mrs. Henry Rice.
Mr. Ware, wife and children o
Somerset, are visiting John Pope's
Mrs. M. Butram, after a pleasaty
visit with relatives here, returnajhlby
home Monday. J,
Misses Cleo Mullins and LizziVift&l
Mrs! R. D, Thompson attended
Browning were visiting .at Fields the Burial of Mrs. Gentry, Sunday.
Mill, Sunday. f
Clarence Stucky, of Louisville i
was visiting his brother,
Will Mullins. Jr., and Chart
Cooper have gone to Crab Orchar
for a week's visit.
Lou Pettus, of Crab Orcharo
has opened up a long needed wan
drug store, here.
Ben Brununit, who has beed'
very sick for several mouths
rheumatism, is better.
Mrs. Will and Mrs. Chas. Star
are visiting Iriends and relatives i
another part of the State.
James McGuire and entire famil
have been very sick for severa1
weeks, but are now improving. v
.There is an opening for a good
subscription school here now so 'as,
to keep the boys and girls out' of
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R.A. Sparks spent Sunday lt
ir, n imil h
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better stay at home or he will los
his pirl tig
MUNN A CO.,
Hill Urouduu,, Nctv VoiU.
IN CONNECTION WITH CENTR1S COI,UvGK.
Fall Session Opens September 1, i)6.
ACADEMIC,' INTERM EDIATE,
and PR I MARY D K I A RTM EN TS
Special Normal Work for Teachers.
L. iVI. SCROGGS, Principal
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make the prices low in order to protect you
against installment houses, and high priceit
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Undertaker, Embnhucr. Telegraph orders)
receive prompt attention. j
For Everything in
Dry Goods, Clothg, BootsSand SlioeQand
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or women to travel for rcsDonslble
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house In Kentucky. Salary $7Wt I
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rubber (jpe, nnl, 'atcrs. nlilu letter Un "Hut-
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Write for agents tcrnn.
Good advice; Never leave home
on a jeurne without a bottle of
Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy, For Sale by
M. 2. &. I). N. Williams. Mt.
Vernon. K.; aud V. A. Beazley
&. Sou, Crab Orchard, Ky.
After i lui expavl : tli oitltl u; wbt tako
a do&our twe of l)r, !JjUb IMmo t ir Jlono y
mul fortify yotrjjli i.ji uit c(dd. ThH Wd'io
of the must cllluaious lrmedioj known to
bcicnec for cough, coldb iiuU luclplcnt
Wanted-An idea 'SS
Protect your iiieftut mr way onne you woaun. ,
Write JOHN VMUllilUitntN A CO.. Patent Attor.
neri. yanhlnRtou, I). 0., for their 1,00 prlio offer
and Uflt of two Uuuaroti laTcntioua wanted
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ft As tho boll.hnor cnablea tho 4
mariner to mold sunlcen iocI;s and
sliouls, ho Dr. ilell's
wards oil' the nerlouH rouso
q n on ccs ot n coutfh neglected. It
fctops tho conuh mid cures the cause.
"I was seriously uuected u Itli a counh for
SlycjiHi. Paid hundreds of dollars tutloc
torsftndfoi mitliolne, but everything (ailed
until I tried Jr. llell's
Thlq wonderful remedy saved my Itfe."
J. II. KOSEL, GranUburff, 111.
Is a Kuarantevd euro lor
all throut, lurut and cbffat
bronchitis, In Urlppe, '
whooping cough, croup.
or iciil mn rreclpt of rlco l .
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llriltrln In. l'i1iifh. Lr.
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Telegraph Orders promptly attended
My new shop is on Taylor Avenue
near the Baptist church.
Z1 expect Cash for Cash horse-
'm. i.vt'j.m 11 11 j 1 y i" rrra
R. F. Salyers
STlCAM and WATER Pll'U FITTING f
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run miM CCC.
Pumps and Pump Repairing
Who can think
of some simple
tlttntr tn nntnntt
Protect your fdrasi thT may bring you weaUti.
Wrlto JOHN W1UDCIIUUUN CO., Fitent AttoK
neys. yasJilnBton, D. C.for thlr al.KX) prito offer
ana list of two liuudrcd lnTomlous wanted.
11 iTii grn 1 11 !
t Kept of all sizes and different
styles. vJloth Covered Draped
Caskets, Robes, L,inen Bosoms,
Cuffs and Collars,
All orders by telegraph
promptly 'utcMulcd to day
South side Aluin 't, !t. Vtrnon, Kyt
of Lime and brick.
They also furuishw Lime, Building
Stone, either quarry face or cut.
Orders promptly filled.
AT? TAlTirrUJ, MRNT
or women to travel I'.irrf siwinlL !,....
, blnUhud Jiousu In KtMitnrUy. fealaij .s;s,
luyahlo 15 Mee-Mv nn.l 'i)nses. rosnnm
jicrinnnont. Rumum ICnc1ov
tliosFcdtemM r ' Tho N .tloii.nl
istar JHiiMniK, an Vu
a- --1 a
sb&&t: m rfa cmcrji'AT"
Col. R. G. Williams s"the hand&f:....
some and talented'? "young lawyer
of Mt. Vernon, was here last week
Bud Cockrell says "advertise in
the Signal." He has found Harry
Bowman and recovered the rain
coat aud only advertised once.
James and Henry Delph who
moved to Madison county last year,
have returned and say that Rockcastle
is good enough loi them.
John Mullins has sold out his
store to R. E. Thompson, who will
open a meat market in connection
whh the store. He will be assisted
by Win. Elkins, of Stanford.
Livingston thinks Rockcastle
county is amply able to to pay for
building the iron bridge, donated
by the L. &. N, railroad over
Roundstone. How about if Judge
James Maret, our clever editor,
was in town Saturday, soliciting
subscribers, job work and advertising
lor his valuable paper. Mack
Moore says since Mr. Sparks tub-scribed
Mr. Maret to him so plainly
he will know him at any time.
Rev. James Walton and family
have moved to Hyden, Ky. Bro.
Walton aud his estimable wife will
be missed, both trom social and
church circles. John Walton went
to Hyden with his brother and says
that Hyden is 40 miles east of sun
Wonder who writes for The Sig
nal from Livingston? WLv of
course, 'lis. Frisk Silvkk
Little Eliza Pike is qute sick.
Mrs. Uaunie Owens is convales
Ernest Warren is with Brodhead
Mr, Isaac Snodgrass was at home
Peter Heron died Tuesday night
Miss J. L. Reynolds' school
M aud Mrs. R. S. Martin are in
Rev. Tinesley was in Brodhead
few davs since.
Miss Berda Martin was down
Miss Klla Watson, of Crab
Orchard, is the guest of Brodhead
Rev. Owens, of Quail, was a
of J. F. Watson and family
Mrs. LotuPurcell aud Miss Florence
Griffin of Maretburg, were
Mr. Owen Jarrett has gone to
Lebanon where he will be
ployed hi the spoke factor.
Mrs. J. H. aud Martha Albright
(attended the birthday dinner given
Mr- Sam Whitehead on the 7th.
Mr. an- d Mrs, D. R. Thompson
trs. W. H Gentry, daughter of
-Q. Cable, died at her home near
Bmdkcad on Friday night, Dec. 4,
fehi leaves a host ot friends aud
relatives who mourn the loss of a
dear friend and sister who could
1 be excelled in kindness.
Mr.vMary Helton is improving.
MatpMcNew is very sick this
V. th Hundley has gone to Clay
ames Auglin is building on Main
Born; To the wife of Peyton
taugford a boy.
Services at Flat Rock, Saturday
and Sunday next
A fine boy brightens the home
f r T--1
Air. ana iirs. w, r. unesnut:
The prawn daughter of Toel
died a few days' since of fever.
A switch has been surveyed and
ftihe rock auarrv will be opened
A bos. supper was had at Flat
Rock church Saturday night for the
benefit of the Sunday School. It
was a success.
jMiss Dora Salyers gave a candy
party to quite a number of her
friends Wednesday night All re
port a vivacious time.
Jasper Reams an intelligent
young man of our neighborhood,
says that he is the most
man living; but refuses
tfygive the reason. It is thought
that he has had some disappointment.
I R, G. Williams was over from
Mt. Vernon last week.
SQuite a crowd was out to prayer
meeting Wednesday night.
JJ. J. Martin and J. Waddle, noted
sliingle dealers, were here this week
&Miss Sallie Swinford aud Rica
Baker spent Thanksgiving with
Miss UUie Butner, of wildie.
wfofv MaIcioii Torrnn. n Motlin.
dist minister, of Loudon, will be
gm a protracted meetingat Scaffold
Cane the 2nd Sunday inst.
Mis, Loretta Ogg, with her two
children. Robcit and Hazel is
spending a few days with her parents,
Mr. aud .Mis. Allen Ketrou
w, A. uiacK nas recently spent
anew days with Mr. Geo. Jones, of
lonwav, and repents that he was
vwy kiucliv cutcrtntued by 11 is
noble and generous family,
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