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ML VERNON SIGNAL
MT VERNON KY MAY II 1906
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TIME TABLE
22 north 124 pm
21 north 332 a m
2 ° south 124 pit
21 South 1236 a m I
JAS LANDRUM Agent
Phone No 58
Entered nt the AH Vernon Ky Postoffiee
as secomlolass mail matter
PERSONAL
Mrs Meshack Gentry is very ill
John Purcell Jr has a very sick
child
W G Smith spent Wednesday
at Brodhead
BrodheadHoir
Hon J N Saunders of Stanford
was here yesterday
Boss Livesay has moved from
Middlesboro to Admont Va
Miss Georgia McFerron ir vi i
ting friends and relatives here
G C Fish and S H Martin are
serving as Federal Jurors at Lon
don
James Pirctcr opeiatcr at Rat
Bernstadt visited friends and rela
tives here Wednesday
W H Fish was here Monday
and told us there was but little
change in his wifes health
Mr Walter Sloan of Burnside
Kv was visiting his cousin Mrs
K B Brown at thisplacethis week
Mrs D E Dais left Wednes
day for a three weeks visit to Crab
Orchard Lancaster and other
points
M S Hollingsworlb of Middles
barn was here Sunday calling on
one of out most beautiful young i
ladies
Mrs L S Jones returned to Mi
dlrsboroyesteidax her daughter
Mrs L V BelhurutnTbemgnmch
improved
Elmer Lechliter L N Brake
man fell from the top of a box car
at Lebanon Wednesday receiving
serious injuries
Mr and Mrs F Francisovpass
ed through yesterday afternoon en
route to LaFollette and Knoxville
to visit relatives
Mrs M B Salin and Misses
Annie and Alza Thompson and
Rissie Williams spent last night
with friends at Brodhead
Misses Uta Hutcheson of Owen
ton and Miss Alma McAfee of
H irrodsnurg were the guests of
Mr and Mrs W B Sahn from
Saturday until Monday
Judge W R Cress of Monticel
lo was here yecierday The Judge
is looking fine and we are glad to
know that in addition to good
health he is also eijoying a goodly
portion of this worlds woods
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LOCAL
Fifteen U S prisoners will be
brought here today from London
for safe keeping London has for
ty five in all mostly moouhhiuers
CLUBING OFFERUntil further
notice we will furnish the Signal
and Weekly Courier Journal for
i 50 a year or the Signal and
Louisville Herald Daily for 2 00
Cash must accompany all orders
under this arrangement
WANTED Your town tax If
you havent paid your taxes this
means you These taxes must he
settled at once as the money is
badly needed to pay for work en
streets So please settle your tax
and save cost Others have paid
and you must
Yours truly
T J Pennington Marshal
REWARD i will pay a reward
of 10 oo for the arrest and convic
tion of the party or parties who
tore down my wire fence 1 also
want to serve notice that I do not
want any more passing through
my fields and parties guilty of
same will be prosecuted
mavii2t W M Poynter
FREE TRIPlf you want a free
trip to Mammoth Cave now is the
time to enter the SIGN AL conte t
All that is required to get the trip
all expenses paid is a dub of
twentyfive 25 new cash subscriv
ers of 100 to the MT VERNO
SIGNAL There arr tire idy sere r
al who have begun making u p
clubs The trip will take plac
some time in August Just makeup
up your mind that you intend U
make the trip and it is half made
Robt Cox has begun the founda
tion for his new house
The same princiule is involved
when the other follow does you rs
when you do the ether fellow
The City Council of Lancaster
has passed an oidinance that the
Marshall shall kill all untaxed doge
I am now located near the depot
prepared to do all kinds of black
smithing Horseshoeing a speci
al t
may 1 131 Milt Taylor I
FOUNDI found on Sunday
May 13 a certain amount of mon
ey For further information the
owner can call and see me at Wil
die Ky
JOHN McNEW
State Superintendent Fuquc has
called a meeting of County School
Superintendents to convene at
Frankfort May 22nd to consider
the adoption of a union schedule
for country public schools
R L Coliier the timber and
telephone man was here Wednesday
day loading poles to be shipped
East some of which are very ex
cellent Mr Collier says he ex
uects to ship about 400 poles from
here this summer
Attention is called to the fact
that Dr M L Myers will be at his
office in Brodhead on Monda only
The Doctor will drive down in the
morning and return in the evening
spending the whole of each Mon
day with his Brodhead patrons
The expense of Rock castle at
the Home Coming Week will be
beI
29 which goes to pay for badges I
a n d register The kllowing
amounts for this purpose were re
ceived this week
W G Nicely socts
J A Wood 5octs
Ah North said to have been
I stealing a ride on a freight train at
Firi ton Laurel county Frida
night was shot three times and in
stands killed by Brakeman Joe
Pruitt Both lived at Piitsburg
Pruit came on to London where he
gave himself over to the officers
He claims self defense
Who ever saw a pereot mant
a ked the revi aLt Tiere is no
suchthitig Every tu tnhrr 5 hh
faults plenty of themThe reo
vivaist continued Who ever
saw a perfect woman At tars
juncture a tall thin woman arose
cDo you mean to say madam
the evangelist asked that you
have seen a perfect woman
Well I cant just say that I have
seen her the woman replied
But I have heard a powerful lot
about her she was my husbands I
first wife
Perhaps the most miserable kind
of a man is the old man that has
worked hard all his days nccumu
lated an independence and retire
to spend his declining years ineae
j As soon as he quits work he hl
conies miserable for work has be
come a habit with him Me works
industriously year after 3 ear and
gradually draws near the goal
His goal is to have weahhto enable
I him to quit work But when he
attains the coveted independence
he can not enjoy it It is a fact
that the man who works for a dol
lar cannot enjoy ithis pleasure is
in earning it Pleasure is streaked
all along through life and the fel
low who doesnt take his share s
he passess on the way will have his
ability to enjoy detdened and when
he gets old he will find with regret
that the pleasures are all in the
pastEx
pastExWe
We were asked this week by a
delinquent subscriber why we kept
on sending the paper after the
subscription date has expired
Every weekly newspaper in towns
of this size are forced to do this
Should we stop subscriptions when
the timd expires nine times out of
the subscriber would give us a
call down for insinuating that
his credit was not good Rather
than to cast a reflection against
the honesty of a subscriber topay a
small debt it is next to a necessity
for a home paper to continue
sending the paper after the time
hasf expired It is not necessary
for the city dailies or weeklies to
follow this rule as their subscrib
ers live at a distance and are not
personal friends as is the case witn
the majority ofOU1 subscribers
Our subscribers should deem it an
notf
doubt their integrity and continue
r to send them the paper after their
time has expired Should suy de
I sire their paper discontinued they
should notify us and remit to date
then if the paper is not stopped we
I guarantee that it doesnt cost them
a cent Ex
The Rpckcastle Medical Society
met in the officeof Dr A G Lov
ell Monday and reorganized the
society by the election of Dr P
Benton President Dr W J Child
rcss Vice President and Dr S C
Davis Secret trY The society
will meet again the third Friday in
June in the 1ceof Dr S W Ad
kins when the following program
will Le carried out A paper on
Summer Complaints of Children
by Dr Walker Owens and one on
Small Pox by Dr W J Child
ress followed by a gen eral discus
sion of all the physicians present
A full attendance is earnestly re
quested
JUlVliNGSTOA
Mr Robert Lemons is in Louis
xille this weekMiss Myrtle Rice
is speudiug the week with her fath
er at Hazel Patch Mr Timm Da
vis of Paint Lick is the guest ol
his brother L H DaisMr
John Pope was in Corbin this week
on business Mrs J L Lemons
of Paris Tenn is spending several
days with her son Mr Robert
LemonsMr Eugene Orndorff
leaves today for Newark Ohio
after a plensant visit with his par
ent5Mr Hardin Mahaffey spent
several days with his family this
week He has a position in Ala
bama M rs Chewmng has return
ed from an extended visit to her
daughter Mrs Dave Reigel of Leb
anon Junction
Mrs Harry Jenkins left Monday
for Corbin where she expects to
make her future homeM Ar
thur Botner was in town Sunday
between trainslr Chas Rice
Jr happened to avery painful ac
cident getting cinder in his eye
Fie had some trouble in getting it
removed Mrs Mary Haynes of
LaFollette Tenn is a pleasant vis
itor at the home of Mr and Mrs
I C Hocker Mrs Parsons and
family of Berea spent several das
i this week with her perents Mr
and Mrs Jame McGuire Rev
Combs closed his meeting at the
Christian church Sunday night
with twentyone additionsMas
ter Bentley Sparks is spending a
month with his grandmother Mrs
Susan Doty at Richmondjudge
L W Bethurum and Jailer Jarrcit
were in t < wn Saturday to see about
the smallpox MissjBettie French
is spending a few weeks at the
home of Mr and ihs G D Cook
Mr Willie McGuire spent sever
al days last week with his parents
Mr and Mrs James McGuire
Mrs Essie Painter and lit lJ4
daughter Rut i retTfniea t rotir
Nashville Sunday ace nnpanied by
her cousin Miss Boning Mrs
Painter spent the winter in Nash
dUe where her little daughter has
been in school Mr J E Wood
all was in Hazel Patch This week
DEAD Floy the little daughter
of Mr and Mrs Jacob Pike died
Wednesday morning at six oclock
She had been sick for mor than
two months with nervous trouble
The funeral services were conduct
ed by Rev A J Pike of rodhead
and the remains were taken to
Pine Hill for burial We extend
our sympathy to the bereaved fam
Ily
BROOK BA D
Mrs J G Frith and son GOt
ernor have returned fotn a twt >
I
weeks visit to Danville and Stan
InrdHiss Myrtle OBinnon of
Stanford spent one diy of las
week here visiting her uncle J G
Frith Ora Frith has assumed hi >
new duties Working in the shafts
for J Thos CherryE G Dunn
I
was over from Danville one dayI
last week The Young Mens Club
have reorganized and are now
meeting regular ly in their new
homeW A Tyree OUt boss con
Ir lctor has taken a contract togrect
a Masonic Hall at Crab Orchard
Miss Lizzie Cabel is at home again
after spending five months in
school at Morehead Rev A J
Pike is at Livingston this week
Mrs Percy Benton and daughter
Miss Willie were in Louisville
Tuesday shopping Jno Robins
and Barbee McAfee attended lodge
at Mt Vernon last Monday night
Mr and Mrs H L Harp will
go to Louisville to spend a few
days Henry Anderson has re
turned home from Bowling Green
where he took a course in the Busi
ness University Mrs J C Leece I
is visiting her parents at Rockhold
KyChas C Hurt made a flying
trip to Louisville first of week
Mr and Mrs L n Hilton of Pine
Hill visited homefolks first of week
A E Albright is serving on the
Federal Jury at LondonOur
new Marshall D B Albright is
giving satisfaction Let us all lend
a helping hand and make one of the
best towns in the state out of our
dear old townMisses Uta Hutch
eson and Alma McAfee visited Mrs
Salin at the Miller House in Mt
MondayVS
S Martin attended the supper at
Maretburg Saturday night He
reports agood timeMiss Jewel
JewelFrancisco
Francisco visited Miss Grace Mc
Call in aretburgMjssLiIy Fug
et visited her sister Mrs Clarence
Schaffer this weekThe stock
holders of the Rockcastle County
Fair Assn met Mondiy night and
elected the following officers I RH
Hamm Pres J Thos Cherry V
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Pres Granville Owens Secy J
IPres
W Hutcheson Treas Dr M 1
Myera J W Tate and Jno Rob
ins Directors 1With such men as
these we are assured ol a good
Fair There will be more attrac
lions and better premiums than ev
er heloreMr and Mrs Francis
co fire visiting in La FollelleTenn
his week
weekLI1rEL
LEVEL ft KEEN
Tommie Hatcher L N Brake
man was visiting his parents Mr
and Mrs R B Hatcher last week
Mr E C Oliver and family of j
Lebanon junction visited the fam j
ily ot Mr and Mrs A H Hamlin
I
fast veek James Norton has re
turned home frcm ClairfieldTenn
where he has been loging for the
past mouth
mouthNEWS
NEWS ITEMS
John Alexander Dowies illness
is said to be at a critical stage
The First Appostle has taken to
his bed and is failing rapidly
The Burley Tobacco Growers
Association has begun its fight for
the control of 1906 crop and claims
to have a good chance to win
The interstate Commerce Com
mission shows every intention of
outdoing the Bureau of Corpora
tions in the Muck Raking Game
The May diy strike in Russia
has ended The workmen of St
Petersburg and generally through
out the country have resumed
work
I
workIt
It is estimated in Chicago that
one million persons will suffer as a
result of the proceedings in which
the American Reserve Bond Com
pany are now in volved
The Federal Government has
won a decided victory in its suit
against the paper trust and m con
sequence the General Paper Com
pany will be disolved andreorgan
izcd alorg different lines
James H Clark a telegraph op
era tor of Chamblee Ga crazed hyj
drink and disappointment in love
in less than twentyfour hours kill
ed one man seriously wounded
three others clubbed a fifth with a
shot gun stt fire to a house then
committed suicide
Two of the highest salaried men
tom KenTucky in other places are
John M Harlan and Dan McCann
each of whom receive ten thousand
dollars per year for the services
Harlan is a Justice of the Supreme
Court ot the United States and Mc
Cann is a baseball pitcher
Ben Huffaker now serving a life
sentence in the Edy ville psnitenti
ary for murder was convicted Fri
day of the murder of hen Shirley a
fellow convict and given the ceath
uenalty The auestion of whether
or not he can be tried without being
pardoned for His first offense wil
be raised
raisedThe
The Red Crops receipts up to
date for the relief of California
earthquake sufferer aggregate 2
215000 Money is still reaching
he Treasurer of the organization
at the rate ol several thousands a
day The organization gstill has
about 1700000 wtiich has not
heen expended
IIn the United States thus far
over 37000 miles of interurban
electric railway has been built and
this is the work of the last ten years
It is predicted that by 1915 a pass
enger will be able to cross the con
tinent by trolly and that would
benomore surpising than some
other things that have happened
in the progress of American trans
portation I
A meeting over which John
Alexander Dowie presided at Zion
City Sunday afternoon was broken
up by a numberof followers of the
opposing faction assisted by sever
al outsiders and before the crowd
dispersed a free fight occured
Dowie was addressing the audi
ence numbering about six hundred
and made the statement that the
overseers of the Voliva faction
were thieves and robbers A t
once a number of those in the aud
ience were on their feet shouting
No no you are the robber why
dont you pay your debts The
disturbance became so violent that
a Zion guard was sent to restore or
der The guard took hold ofan
old gray beaded man who was the
1 loudest in his demands for Dowie
I to pay his obligations and this was
j a signal for a free fight A d ozen
I men seized the guard and were
about to drag him down the aisle
when Gladstone Dotvie and Dea
I platform
form and called the
upon audience
I not to create a disturbance audienceI
take their seats
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jf need a new Suit A Hat An extra pair of pants H
Uunerwear Hosiery All the Summer necessities are o
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POLITI
Bears the
ilmature of
The conference also corr
resolution calling on the Oni < r
States to interefere in the Congo
Free State
Gsv nub Taylor of Tennessee
defeated Senator Carmack fr
i I U S Senotor in last Saturdays
i primary by about 20000
I Since the introduction of mission
into Japan 300 benevolent institu
ions have been established There
vere nOle prior to that time
Three hurdrtd and twenty pen
don bills were passed by the House
t esterday in one hour anda half
This record has never been r n lal
Jd in the disposition of peusion le
gislation
gislationSenator
Senator Carmack of Tennessee
returned to Washington Tuesday
He replied good naturedly to many
expressions af regret of his defeat
by exGov Bob Taylor and said he
was out of politics
wasoutofnoliticsSenator
Senator Tillman Tuesday made
in the Senate another statement in
regard to President Roosevelts
change of attitude on the Railroad
Rate Bill In closing his s tat e
Lent Senator Tillman said The
charge I mane and still make is
that the President is guilty of bad
I faith and that the Rate Bill which
will be when enacted into law a
much better and stronger measure
han we had hoped to get has been
emasculated of one of its most valu
tble and essential features by the
Presidents action I am ready to
he thoughtful and honorable men
of the country
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