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MT VERNON SIGNAL
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111TZERNo27 LF JULY 2 ° 1901
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Call up No 79 when
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cote with SIGNAL
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µ TIME TABLE
24 north 1206 pmc
26 north 308 am
23 south 129 p tJ1c
25 South 105 a m
1 TAS LANDRUM Agent 1
Phone No 58 1
Eateredsttbe Jlt reread Ky Puto ire as sea
i neeclass mall matterJ
PERSONAL
I s
JT Bakerwas up from Livingston a
ston yesterday t
W M Stanley was up from I iv
ingston Tuesday
1 Bowman and A Cummins j
were in Stanford Wednesday
Capt L C Smith was over to j
Morehead a few days since on n
lumber business 5
1 R L Jooliu and sisters Mes R
dames Spillraan and Brooks are at ii
± Cumberland Falls a
P W Clarks father living near r
Brush Creek is recovering from a
serious spell of sickness
W T Davis and A W Soward J
the SIGNAL office force will spend
Suridav next in Cincinnati E
Miss Mary Miller with a party of t
young ladies of Richmond has t
been visiting Conway Brush Creek E
and Johnetta tl
Mrs George Owens after a visit t
of several days to her parents at 6
Maretburg has returned to her tl
home in Salem Ind a
Atty J W Brown was in Nich a
olasville yesterday attending thet
meeting of the Eighth district ll
committee
Neal Parrott fell from au apple
tree yesterday and was very serious
ly hurt It is feared that his in
juries are internal
I
One of our best andmost successful
01
cessful merchants Is our good
3t friend Joe Oliver of Livingston t
< Tycho is doing alsplendidbusiness I
Col J W Miller was out from
rt
Lancaster this week Col Miller i
is a very enthusiastic Helm man
arid says that he will win the
nomination no matter whether ilj
be a primary ora convention
Mrs Margaret Grimes and moth
er Mrs Franklin wh have been
making their home with Mr S C
Franklin for some time have rcu
ed rooms from Mr W L Rich
ards where they took up their
> abode Wednesday
C C Williams and family re
turned from St Louis Wednesday
Casper was present during thtI
Democratic National Convention
heard and saw the great men from
allparts of the Union but says
none of them compare with Will
iam Jennings Bryan who was the
greatest star in the big convention I
LOCAL
r a The Irish potato crop is immense
The oil well on J T Tate
farm is now down some 350 feet
Louisa a daughter of Jame
Hayes Crab Orchard died Tues
< day
dayRev
1 Rev Turpin of Irvine Ky
preached at the Baptist church
Sunday night
We understand there is a strong
probability of Rockcastle having a
1000000 cement plant
< Regular services at the Christ
ian church Sunday morning and
evening with two additions
We understand there are already j
1 8 candidates for Jailer of Rock
r castle with good prospects for sev
eral more to enter
The Rev Ira My Boswell will be
gin a protracted meeting in the
Christian church at this place on
Monday night August 1St
The public school opened Mon
doy with a splendid enrollment
i W < Sir W A B Davis and Miss Anna
Thompson are the teachers
soldi I
to Crab Orchard July 27 28 and 29
limited to July sotb at 66c ac
count of the Crab Orchard Fair
The local freight will carry a
passenger coach between Livings
ton and Crab Orchard July 27 28
r and 2 T account of the Crab Orch
ardFair
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IAll announcements in this pa =
Iper
per are cash in advance
There will I > e a b rttud baboon as
IThere
cension and parachute leap each I
day of the Brodhead Fair
Con way lithia water from
springs at Conway this county is I
gaining a wide reputation for its
medicinal properties It is already
Imeciidnal
being shipped to nnny point I
throngluul tin < 011111 rYeJ
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Mike Padgett a son of the late
Buck Padgett and Miss Ballard
1
daughter of Jack Ballard were mar I
ried in the court house here Mon
day On Tuesday Fred Ballard
and Miss Alice Mink were also
united in the holy bonds of matri
mony
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NOTICE All parties owing me t
for the year 1903 are earnestly re t
quested to call and settle same I
These accounts should have been
settled January It 1904 at least
and I think I have been very pa
tient in waiting all this time o
Please come at once 1
onceJ
J A WOOD t
jun2m Orlando Ky r
The Crab Orchard Fair and Rac f
ing Association will hold its annual
meeting July 27 28 and 2glh 1904
Show Ring in the forenoon and
Running Trotting and Pacing faces
in the afternoon Many outside
attractions Reduced railroad
rates
J
R H BRANAUGH Pres
W D WAILKN ectyJ
jul83t
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Ed Fish son of Mr and Mrs J
B Fish of Williamsburg is one of
the lucky winners ofa free trip to
the Worlds Fair The Louisville 1
Evening Post made the offer to
their agents all over the State for >
the one getting the largest number
of six months subscribers
subscribersduring 4
the month of June Ed is the I
agent for all the Louisville papers
and it is but very few minutes after
they attire until he has them de
livered to his large number of sub
criher0 in all parts of the ton t
GOO UO PPORTUNITY
To liny at a bargain improved I
property including Storehouses I
Owelhngs Blacksmith Shop also
vacant lots in live enterprising
town About 800 acres of fine I
farm lands lying in the edge of the j
Blue Grass region Reason fcr I
elling winding up estate Town
is a famous health resort Write
ir call on I
QnMRS
MRS JANE D BUCHANAN
uly22rmo Crab Orchard Ky
REDUCED RATES
On all railroads to CRAB ORCH
ARD FAIR JULY 27 28 29 A
rate of ONE FARE Pius 2 rCTSI
or the round trip to the Crab Orch
ird Fair has been secured from
Louisville Winchester Lancaster
ellico Middlesboro Richmond
Stanford Corbin and all interme
diate points Passenger coaches
will be attached to the local leaving
Livingston every morning and ar
riving at Crab Orchard at 830
These coaches will be attached to
local which will be held at Crab
Orchard each afternoon until ex
hibition is over running bacK to
iivingstonThe
The Rockcastle Development Co
was organized Monday George
Livesay Sr one of our very
wealthiest farmers is President
OrA G Lovell Vicepresident
ashier W L Richaads Treas
A B Furnish Secy Directors
Geo Livesay Sr WL Richards
f B Livesay Dr A G Lovell of
this county and W C Tomlinson
of Lancaster The machinery is
now on the switch at this place for
putting down an oil well on Mr
Livesays farm two miles from
town Experts claim that this
county is in the oil belt and if such
be the case it will soon be known
iny
earnest
BROKE JAILJim Ballou who
AILJimJaUou
was serving out a 500 fine in the
county jaih made his escape Tues
day night When ailer Parsons s
went in aboW dark to clean up
Ballou was standing near the door
and made a grand rush Mr Par
sons as soon as life could catch his
butthea o
darkness afforded Ba ou an easier
manner of escape Jarr Parsons s
and several 0 ers pars Chi m
some distance ring severe ho is
at him which was returned by Bal
lou who had by some means been
able to get a pistol in the jail BalI
lou was fined for jutting things in
the jail to assist Bill Newcomb t o
escape some two monthsljbefore h e
was taken to the Pen > 71 V
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GARNISHEE LAW CHANGED jc
Of interest merchants is the new I
garnishee bill which passed the last i l
Legislature aud which became a
law recently The bill repeals the I
provision of Sections 1901 Ken a
tucky Statutes with reference to
exemptions and attachment Pro f
vided That the esemptiou Of150 J
shall not apply to debts contracted t
for food fuel medicine raiment or
house rent for the family Under ef
the old law the wages ofa person
earning less than 50 a month
were not subject to attachment un
less for food raiment fuel etc
Now the exemption for debts ol
that character is the same as the w
exemptiou for any other debts
Under the present law unless JI
person earns more than 50 a
month his wages cannot be at
tached for any debt Interior Jour
nal
nalThere
There is a mistake somewhere m
One of our leading lawyers claims tr
he bill only Ilaces the wage earner
on the same footing as all other D
persons and U at garnishees will
hold good on debts for food fuel
raiment medicine and house rent hi
for the family the same as hereto M
fore tl
COUNTY TEACHERS INSTI b
TUTE
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Continued from last week
THURSDAY
Thursday morning 830 a mf
Institute called to order by Supt
Ballard Song by choir Roll call
Reading of Byrons apostophe toI
the Ocean by Prof Dinsmore t
The recitation of Prof Dinsmorr
Recess at 10 a ui
Writing vertical or slant system
was introduced by Miss Carrie e
Frith in which a general discus
ion followed by many teachers 8
Prof Dtckerson was made hon
orary member then he gave a
le gthr and interesting talk
Noon recess 12 m
AFTERNOON c
Song by choir Roll call
The subject of Discipline was °
next taken up and discussed by I
Prof Dinsmore and othersJ
Mr Hunt of Berea and Miss
Bertina Mullins and N H Oliver u
weremade honorary members
Recess 230 p m e
The Aims of Nature Study by a
Lee Chestnut and Mr Hunt
The Limitations of Nature Study 8
byW H Owens and others
Program read for Friday h
Next in order was the organiza
tion of Magisterial Teachers As
sociations which was to report
Friday morning t
Adjournment till 830 a m
Friday a
FRIDAY
Friday 830 a m Song by I
hoir Devotional exercises t
Roll call after which most teach
ers responded by short quotations
Methods Determined by Princi a
ples by Miss Etta Moore
Relation of Nature Study to Ex
pression by Miss Sallie Dickerson a
Physiology Ends to he Secured
from the Study by Miss Daisy
Smith followed by many other teach
ers I
Methods of Teaching the Effects 1
of Alcoholic Stimulants by Prof j
Dinsmore
Laws of Hygene by Miss Lillie
Butner and Prof Dinsmore
Recess loa m
Minutes of Thursday readand
adopted
adoptedReport
Report of Secy of Teachers As
sociation was made
Supt Ballard and ex Supt Davis
explains the question of the adupt
edbooks to be usedin this county
Resolutions for this session o f
the County Teachers Institute was
read by S E Chandler and adopt
ed AdjournmentP
P H SHUTTS Secy
RESOLUTIONS
We the members of the 1904
session of the Rockcastle County
Teachers Institute adopt the fol
lowing resolutions
Be It Resolved
1st That we commend our Super
intendent Mr G M Ballard for
his earnest work and wisdom in
selecting instructors
2nd That we extend bur thank
to Prof and Mrs Dinsmore for
efficient work and commend the m
to other Instifutes
3rd That we regret to lose our
three older teachers J N Brown
W R Dicker onand S H Martin
from our ranks this year on ac
count ofill health y
4th That Kentucky shouldhave
an eight months school term and
that leachers should receive pay for
attending teachers institute
5th That we observe Arbor Day
y 6th That the schools of Rock
j
e
>
castle have commencements gradu
ate pupils and encourage then to
take examinations for common
school graduation
17th That we strive to attend
and derive more benefit from the
district teachers associations and
further that the Secretary report
all absentees to county Superin
tendent
tendent8th
8th That we recommend the
establishment of two or more State
Normal School
gth That HZ extend our thanks
to the editor of the Signal for the
space given us in his valuable paper
for publishing the minutes of our
weeks work
IX B CHANDLER bat
E CHANDLER Sac >
LIY1NGSTOA
Ti e merry go round at thi
mouth of Roundstone is a great at C
traction for young and old
I
Mrs EdWu0dall came very neal
being prostrated by heat Tuesday
Mrs E S Elraore and Ray Bent v
ley are on the sick listhies Ma
hala Carson returned home from
Mt Vernon Tuesday Miss Mat
tie Heath of Berea Is the guest of
Miss Bertina Mullins The Sam
brook bathing beach is now open
3 the publicMrs Houston Mc
Ferron of Pine Hill was in town f
WednesdayMrs R C Wade jq
spent Saturday and Sunday with
friends here She will attend the
Worlds Fair and return here the
tat of September
Born to Mrs John Clark Sun
day July I7tb a little daughter
Robert Baker and Miss Margaret
Moberly were married Wednesday
evening at the home of Daniel
Ponder The handsome stained
glass memorial window in the new
Baptist church vas donated by
Mesdames George Pope Jas E
Davis and Capt F P Webb of the
K C R R division The Baptist
church will be dedicated Sunday
July 31 st Rev J G Bow D D
of Louisville has promised to beI
present and preach the sermonj
Rev Dr Weaver of the Chestnut
St Baptist church has expressed s
desire to be present also Rev I
Dr Harper ofthe Western Record
er Mr C AMoore has provided I
anthem books and has organized aC
quire So we may expect t some
good music at the dedication
° MrsIvaEdwrards of Knoxville
has been the guest of Mrs Fullen
Francisco at the Eight Gables
Miss Bessie Reynolds of fareti
burg opened her school on Piney
branch Monday morning Mrs c
Lawrence Dickerson and son Earl
are visiting relatives at Falmouth
The Lady Maccabees will give a c
box supper at Calloway Hall to C
night Friday June 22 everybod
inv tedMrs Mary Linville of
Paris is visiting her parents Mr
and Mrs Brack GravesMr and
Mrs R L Collier Mr and Mrs l
Geo Brooks Miss Mattie Wilmot a
and Master Black Durham of I
Brodhead and Miss Leech of Crab a
Orchard were Mrs Walter Millers v
guests this week Mrs M D El
more went to Livingston Saturday
to visit Mrs L M Westerfield A
little son bar arrived at the Wester t
field home and has been named for
Mr Eimore Interior Journal
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF
THE UNITED STATES
FOR THE DISTRICT OF
K KENTUCKY
IN BANKRUPTCY
In thema ter I
ofa Bankrupt
Henry J Mullins
On this igthday of July A D
1904 on considering the petition of
the aforesaid dankrnpt for dis
charge filed ou the i8th day of
July A D 1904 it js ordered by
the court that a hearing be had
upon the same on the gth day of
August A D 1904 before said
court at Covington m said district
at 10 oclock in the forenoon o r
as near thereto as practicable and
that notice thereof be published in
MT VERNON SIGNAL a newsPaper
printed in said district and that all
known creditors and other persons
in interest may appear at said time
v
and place ahdshow cause if any
they gave why the jiraer of said i
pet tmncrshouJrinot 11r gM 1
WITNESS the Hon
orable A MJ Cochran
Judge of said Conrtiand
f SEALseal hereof at iopdon
0iAI tnsatd district on the
19tli da o qrtily A D
Igo4d i
JcS C FENNILL Clerk
ByW W CLARK D C
Call at SIGNAL t pfBce and get
your property insured V
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ARE YOU
Bargain Wise
MIDSUMMER being right here we
will Inaugurate a JULY and AUGUST
Annual clearance sale
Clothing
SummerDress
Dress
DressGoods
Goods
GoodsSHOES
SHOES
We are overstocked in this line of goods and will give you splendiu
Bargains packs of these goods must be disposed of before the hotI
months are over in order to make room for fall and winter arrivals also
a nice line of AFC inviteb
you to come and inspect these goods before you make your purchase
WE handle the celebrated Valk Over Shoes every pair gun
anteedto be good or money refunded
Laces and Embroideries
I
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L M Cheap Rates
WORLDS FAIR RATE
The L N have made the fol
lowing rates which will be effect
ive April 25th and lasting until the
close of the exposition For sea
son tickets from Mt Vernon aud
return good until Dec 15 1925
Sixty day excursion rates for re
turn trip 1610 Fifteen day ex
cursion rates 1405
The L N will sell tickets to
St Loiiii oneach Tuesday and
Thursday during the month bf June
at 985 round trip limit ten days
Low rates over the L N to
Cincinnati O account of the meet
ing of the Grand Lodge It P O
Elks July 1823 1904 Final limit
of tickets August 4th
The L N system will sell re
duced rate tickets to Louisville ac
count of the Biennial Conclave
Knights of Pythias meeting which
takes place August 1620 1904
Tickets limited to September loth
The L N offers a 261 rate
to Winchester and return Septr 18
and 19 limit Sept 24 account of
the Kentucky Christian Mission
ary Convention
SOME KOCKCASTLE PEOPLE
AND WHAT THEY ARE DOING
De Bryant is now conductor on
the K D division of the L N
Tommy Adams is railroading in
Alabama
AlabamaJudge
Judge R G Williams is getting
a nice law practice in Govington
J C Hayes is a resident of Lin
coln county and deals extensively
in stock He is also a candidate
for jailer of Lincoln and a better
man than he could not be found in
the county The present jailer of
that county 1 Herrin who is a
candidate for reelection is also an
honored son of old Rockcastle and
which of the two selected will be
an honor and a credit to tie coun
tv
R N andGeorge Owens are in
the marble business at Salem Ind 1
Ayer s
Comingr
out by the combful And
1doing nothing No sense in
that Why donr you use
eAyers Hair Vigor and
Hair Vigor
fallingn
Your hair will begin to grow
titoo and all dandruff will dis
appear Could you reason
ably expect anything better
C Ayer Irafr vigor rs agi succor with
I miyrifI
I Inc SIr hair was fanning i udt rerrbdlr but
the flalrNlgnr tortetltaudnnwmrhsirs
alt rightW t Loaevox Llnday Cal
iotla bottle 1 C ATEIt CO
All driiCKUU 1IIhoo
for1IIhoo
Thin Hair
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Our stock is the nicest lot of men and boys Suits ever shown ii
Mt Vernon low price throughout from 2 00 to 11 OOi
Thisis the Snap of the Season
Ladies we can show 3 on the nicest line ilL
this department of our bigs something
nice and cheap tooa Bargain
r
As dealers in GENERAL MERCHANDISE we handle evcrythinr
for the trade Country folks will do well to let us handle their produce and enjoy tho I
Bargains received in return
Nothing ShoddyOur
Our motto isHTo handle the best goods money east
buy and sell them at reasonable prices
All goods that doesnt give satisfaction either Exchange f
or Money Refunded
> Yours for the trade
HOUK ADAMS
Phone No 75 MT YE UN ON KY
ua
Go Tof
Ghas G Davis Drugstore
= FOR
Drugs Chemicals Patents and Oils f
ALSO
j GonipEfEB Line nPftarmaceaica1z f
AND
Toilet Articles Gallore
PHONE 64Day or Night
CHAS C DAVIS Pharmacist
MT VERNON KY
WILLIS GRIFFIN
Practical Undertker
Undertkerand
and FUNERAL DIRECTOR
Mt VerHon KY
Stock CompleteFINE
FINE HEAKSE Attached Can
furnish jVletalic Caskets and h1 r e
Embalming done on short notice
Come and see me anything I have not got can get for you on lire
rain thatleave the city
OR DEDRS by wire Promptly Filled >
Phone No 63
The World All Knows
1 7
The Louisville Henderson and St Louis Railway
the always popular flenderson Route is the
Worlds Fair Line
If you have a trip in view to Evansville St Louis
or to allY point in the West or Southwest
IASK US FOR RATES
I If tnere are reduced rates in effect on account of
special occasions Home Seekers or Colonists Ex
cursions we have them
E MWOMAGK G L GARRETT
City Pass ngerAglnt Traveling Passgr Agt
eeeiediesAnd
L J IRWIN Louisville General Kentucky Passenger Agent
J 1YIsJIvIHRTMj
WHITES CREAM
VERMIFUGES
Xoctia Quantity BeelrnQasUtT 5
Fir 20 Years Has Li ill worM ilea esl
And Ask Us First
SOSAa SX aa 7 RVGCrrSST1li
Fepared b7 JAMES F BALLARD f St Louis <
Sold by CHAS C DAVIS Mt Vernon K
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