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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rJ IV Ii h ouii y v-pnnu I 5 VOLUME XV MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE GQpfa KY FRIDAY OCT f 1900 NUMBER 21 W TELL MY FRIENDS TO BE BRAVE AR U FFARLESS AND LOYAL TO THE GREAT COMMON PEOPLE 1r STATE r 3C Former Gov McCreary and v Dunlay of Lexington held d joint ldebate at Williamstown At Junction City a few days since Louis Fisher colored shot and killed Letcher Valker another negro The Democratic poll of the State thus far shows a majority for the party according to estimate of 26000 At a dance in the Court house at Beattyville Della Hargis cut the throat of Rosa Scrivner because she danced with her husband The Christian county grand jury declined to find an indictment against J Dudley Ware for shoot jg Pr W K Piner oJune 19 Berry Howard a fugitive from justice headed a Republican par at Pineville Monday He was the most conspicuous figure in parade The largest crown said to be since Goebel and Bryans visit freard Hon J C CantriJl and R Frank Peak at Richmond Monday I Gov Beckham has put another pointed and embarressing question to Mr Yerkes Mr Beckham want to know whether if elected Mr Yerkes would issue a re rims Fugitivesfcw Taylor andAFinley i Near Beuttyville Ky Walter Evans cut his wifes throat with a razor and then committed suicide with the same weapon Evans had only been married about a year His ft wife was a beautiful young t woman of nineteen years A desperate fight occurred near j IcWhorter ten miles from Lou dori between Frank Brown and Pleasant Vaughn on the one side and Henry Wilhite on the other Vaughn was shot through the thigh and abdomen arid will die Wilhite is missing and it is thought he was probably killed as his hat and other articles were found on the ground In the State Senate Tuesday af ternoon Senatoi Alexander of r youisville sprung a surprise by ringing up the House Election Bill for consideration and offering t amendments satisfactory to the House Democrats When the Senate adjourned after expressing t 4t1i attitude in tbepsssageof the Senate Bill the situation was thati the House Bjll as amended would probably be passed tomorrow and by the House a day or two later The case or Henry E You s rJ charged with complicity in the murder of Gov Goebelwas calledat p Georgetown but continued until Wednesday qu motion of the defense Itissad that Arthur Goe bel will goon the witness stand amid relate to the jury a confession iiiad1 to him by Yputsey Ther prisoner is said to have told MrI t Goebel some of the things that oAt orthState just before j and at the lime of shooting and to have told hmi who aired the fatal shot The man said to have r been nnnieH hv yititsey ps ithc w utJr J ill JO diU fuu d lxr tJiItfif rl t j t r i 3J 5 ORLANDO fx Born to the wife of Jim Fishes a fine girl Mr Adam Rader of Welchburg Jackson county has been visiting his brother George Rader of this r neighborhood for a few days Mr Frank McNew and family who has been living in the west for the past year returned the other day to old Rockcastle where they expect to live the remainder of their lives Mr James Anderson andwife have separated and he has gone we dont know where but we do not see him in this part of the county any more Dr M Pennington was over at our place a few days since Rev Williams is holding a series ofmeetings at Flat Rock this week Cohley Jennings of Garrard county has been spending a few days with friends in this neighbor hood He is a good man and we are always glad to see him Garfield Clark a son of W P Clark has returnee home after a few weeks visit to the Indian Territory Mr Berry of Clear creekwas visiting at GT Johnsons Saturday and Sunday Lee Porters brother of Benge Ky and his cousin Mr Bryant of Laurel countynvefQioveriitpsee efeIthis sister Mrs Evans a Yew days sinceTaylor Mullins Jr is very sick withe typhoid fever The funeral of Robert Ponder was largely attended by people from all parts of the county and quite a number from adjoining counties Mr B J Ball is preparing to build him 1 dwelling house in our little town and we hope the will keep building for the more Chouses we have the better it will make our peopleMr EL L Porter was over at Mt Vernon again Saturday night and Sunday now jdpnt know but I am of the opinion laj something Is going to hapcen iv ry soon Lee v dont seem like tile same fopy anymore instead of s eajipgjthat same old expression which ipso fam iliar 1o every one he now wears a smile from morning tin night as though he had neve seeu one moment of trouble and one other thing the most important of all that arouses iny suspicion so much is that he has made some inquiries aboul aa empty house in our town and has ordered a lot of coal to be deliver ed atolls place for his winter use So it is pretty sure that he is going to do one of two thingseither get married or batch He has my best h wishes r 4 new reniLdy for biliousness is uov on Sale at Theo Wesleys drug store It is called Chamberlains Stoniach and verTablets It ghesquick relief arid will prevent the attack if given as soon as the- first indication of the disease appear Price 25 cents per box auples freer t When you have ob appetite do itlllaftereatine 2 cerit S Samples frcet Then lLe Isvs olr 1r jT + rr r BRODHEAD j 13 x Our farmers are quite busy this week making molasses John Robbins went to Cincinnati Saturday night Miss Lela Pike is quie sick Mrs W H Collyer has returned from Cincinnati with hervFall and Winter line of goods Miss Ida Riddie ofnear Level Green spent a few days with Miss Lizzie Owens last week Mrs Tilden Frilh rave a social Saturday night in honor of Miss Maud Tharp which was wellat tended and all report an enjoyable timeMr Bob Noaks who has been in Frankfort for some time was here Sunday with relatives and left Sunday night for Georgetown Miss Ida Tharp is still improving and it is thought will be out again soon Quite a number of people from here attended the speaking at Mt Vernon Saturday night Prof R L Brown will speak at Gum Sulphur Friday night Superintendent of schools W A B Davis and Prof Ewers of Mt Version were here Tuesday Miss Bettie Hendrickspn visited home folks here Sunday Miss Louella Jarrette and sis te Dollielisied friends Gum Sulpht r Sunday p Mr Anderson has opened up his sawmill at this place a Land Stock Crop Mark Hardin sold to Lewis L Doty 17 yearlings 4ic Beaz ley Bros bought a mixed lot of horses in 1 arion this week at from 50 to 100 W P Grimes spjd to S Anderson 60 hogs at 4 3 4c AWl to Woods Walker 15 elves at 20 W B Rowe of Adair scld tQ Bridgewater Hardesty of Marion 40 rooopound steers at 4c Thomas R Adams of Lexin toni bought in Anderson county 160 1000 to 300pound cattle at 435 to 4 I jCMatt Siier bought of H H Davis and Milt Graysou of the Preachersville section 200 barrels of corn in the field at 135 The Winchester Sun says that quite a number ol lambs have been bought for next summer delivery t5c Same paper reports sales of 233 ewes at 325 Lutes Co spld last weer to G S Shelby 84 75oPQ and cat le at 4C and rpn the head They also sold 30 in I Fayette county otthe same at4c and So ewes to Wesley Hughes at 365 A large crowd attended Col Patterson Underwoods sale and that gentleman set a splendid dinner Good prices ruled throfagh out while mule colts went as high as in olden times Two mule colt sold at 8650 10 at 60 and oil e at 53 bull 75 cows 30 to 50 bull calves 35 to 40 brood I or 40to60 t jennet X40 The l fine jack was withdrawn at 275 and privatlyiand fodder i6c shock mpleiiiehui fiHorIogl1rsisllaUing22ffi tt piIf 4 Pt INTTI Lq 0 ORDER OF CiURT CALL TERM ROCKCASTLE COUN TY COURT SEPT 21 1900 Whereas twenty per cent of the legal voters of Rockcastle county hath made application by written petition to me Judge of the Rock I castle County Court to order an election to be held on the 6th day of November 1900at the va rious voting places in said county for the purpose qt taking the sense of the voters of said county as to wliether or not they desire an ap propriation of thirty thousand dol lars 30000 to be secured by selling Bonds of the county to be payable at theoption of the county at any time within twentyfive years from date of their issue and to bear a rate of interest not greater than four per cent per annum from date until paid and not to be sold at a price less than their par value for the purpose of raising money to build and maintain turn pikes and gravel roads in Rock caste tQOuat Said bonds to be byWeanseked 15 cents on each hundred dol Irs worth of taxable property in county each year until the lame are paidV Said election is now ordered to be held at the next regular elect ion which is on the 6th day of November 1900 The Sheriff 6t this county is i hereby ordered and directed to operappl at eachaiid all the Wting places of the county afore said for the purpose of taking the sense of the voters on said question The Sheriff qf said cquuty Will cause to be published in The Kentucky Colonel and THE MT VERIZON SIGNAL weeklys newspapers published and having general circulation nr said county a copy of this order for at least four weeks prior to theday of said elqctjion j Qiven under my hand this the 21 0 dayof September 1900 R G WILLIAMS Judge Rockcastle County Court A copy attest M C MILLER Clerk ny J J Cook Deputy Clerk CfIENUAR DYING For three days and nights I suffered agony untold from an attack of cholera morbus brought on by eating cucumbers says M E Lowther clerk of the district court Centerville IowaytI thought I should surely die ah l tried a dozen different medicine l buj all to no puryose I sent for a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and three doses relieved me entirely T went to sleep and did not awake for eight hours On awakening a few hours ago I felt so gratified that the first work I do ou going to the office is to write to the manufacturers of- this emedy and offer them ray thanks and say God bless 3 tou splendid medicine you make This remedy is for sale by Theo Wesley Druggist Old sewing machines taken in exchange for firstclass Drophead Singer cHines Small monthly phymeritsiilowedtAlsokeep Jn stock needles shuttles j Oij etc Jjjfe nil repair kinds of machInesftl 1 1UT U OWETVlJ s itr fF f V ij l rj pi First National Bank OF STANFORD KY Capital Stock 100000 Surplus t 184o07G DIRECTORS J W Hayden W P Walton J HoOcrlerM D Elmore G Ried TP Hill S H Baughmaii W A Tribb e T M T Miller and S T Harris ptcountiesness intrusted tons Personal application and correspond ence with a view to business relations invited J S EQqpSR Pres JNO J McROBERXS Cashier A A MeKINNEY Asst Cashier DANNIE OWENS Iv UNDERTAKER Baskets Coffins Robes Etc Kept in Stock Orders by Mail Telegraph or Telephone Promptly filled BRODHEAD KKNTU 1 The Lincoln Countv NATIONAL O BANK OF STANFORD KY Capital looooo Successors to Farmers Bank Trust Go j STANFORKYA- ndcpntinuously under same management for 29 years Solicit your Bank accbimrhbpiug 51chbusiness jelattipjtis vjlUprove materiallj profitable andipleasant JTDIRECTORS J 1 Williams J E Lynn J S Owsley Sr S H Shanks William Goocli J F Cash A W Carpenter J B Owsley W H5 Cunimins S H SHARKS Pre liIGntcJ B OW3 LE T Cashier W M BRIGHT Asst C shierLJ C Bailey Bookkeeper rJJ O TO JONAS MCKt lM LILWIT VERNON Y For Everything Dry Goods Clothing Boots and Shoes and Genaer Merchandise BEST GOODS AT LIVING PRICES WILLIS I GRIFFINPr cticSl Unde rtker 0 and FUNERAL I RECTO Mt Vernon Kv Keeps Coffins Caskets Robes Linen Bujoius Cuffs mId Collars furnish Metallic Caskets and have Einbaluiitig done on short noe- v 7ti i tier andeasy terms Orders by telegraph or telephone promptly aUendcd fodsv end night A ex oyjj l 0 h 1 o J T1w WITHERS v Gret Furnittirek 1XpSlTlpN will fenonJuh4th anti rnt m tliiJQiiglrto SepteiViber ist Fhio enirinous stock J t willbe slaughtered ih6fdertrtinakero6m for new i J fall pod This meats just y li jiK SHVS tSe dare tIgotg to hue nfirstQtn s shovJtil eveiy pur chaseifwillbe a bargain t 1rQhI 4 r1 W W IV fH E R 31 JIfo v 1 SI it 4f prt t a Acl2 ti 7 XJ jtO w r f a J J t 7I MtV ernbri Signal t l FRIDAY OCT 5 1900 Published every Friday by EDGAR 5 ALBRIGHT s SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO f dverlisiterates made known on application t DEMOCRATIC TICKET ft t Kor President 1 VJ BRYAN j 1 9C Nebraska f rFor Vice Bresrdent t ADLAI STEVENSON of Illinoisai For Congress HON pq GILBERT I 4ofShelby f For Governor x xGov J C W Beckhaui l of Nelson t RON John W Yerkes spoke here last Saturday to a crowd of Tflren women and children various i ly estimated at froJll500to 700 T ffHtvas the coolest reception ever Govternor in this county Mr Yerkes arrived on the noon train and was entertained for dinner by Dr John Williams the Re publican nominee for Congress At oclock James T Adams in a few well chosen words introduced Mr YerKes to the crowd in the Court House yard The speaker f hobbythefqGoebel election lawand said that Mr Beckham now stood in favo- rr t r 6f itthe facts aerihtat Mi Beckham in the month of Augiist V called a special session of the Leg islature for the specific purpose of showsifiat Mr Beckham does not fully endorse the Goebel election law Mr Beckham is even now urging the Legislators to pass an absolute ly fair and just election law The cry for Civil Liberty by Mr Yerkes fell witIla dull thud because if there haslbeeu any party that opposed Civil LibertYinSr Kentucky it has been tint Repub lican party rechasillg of the Legislature at the point of the bayonet through the streets of Frankfort the unlaw ful adjourning of the Legislature Taylor defying the officers pf the r s laweven going so far as to have V them incarcerated his defying the liwrit of habeas corpus creating ti aror lawlessness ant violence in the Cityof Frankfort aided and r abated by his Republican mends and cohorts show conclusively tIiYhat their cry of Civil Liberty is false pretense t The weakestpart2J MrYerkes speech was whenMie Teferred to the irieage and rich boo1ofMr Bec- kBarisaying that he himself jcame f 0 i 15l as a plain man without any rich f blood when ever man in Kentucky know that if there was ever a man raised with a silver spoon In his m otith3 that lives in the lap of lux firs acid affluence that man is john W Yerkes No man prides himself t more on his personal appear ance and his spotless linen than f does the gentlemanfram Danville We do not undei stand how as honest a man as he claims to be can laZIlessnFrankfort last winter How can TaylorYa man whom all men know is row a hebhimself said he never would be It was an act of a guilty man lash ed by his own conscience fleeing from the scene of a crime which he had others to commit The platform on which Mr Yeres stands endorses Mr Taylor and endorses the actions of Caleb Powers Powers has been convicted by twelve good honest sober men even1 embers of the church who I uncer the solemnity of ari oath promised to do justice between the Commonwealth and the defendant found him guilty and fixed his pun imentat life imprisonment Mr Yerkes is compelled from necessity to grant a pardon to these men It he is elected Govenor he can not do otherwise becaus he virtually pledges himself in their platform- If he indorses their acts wont h-er pardon them for the acts which he indorses If these men are turned loose after being convicted by a nonpartisan jurv r will it not lead to even a worse state of affairs than now exists Will it not create violence and blood shed throughout the State Will it not be the very worst thing for the Commonwealth Then if it will be why vote for him The election of Mr Yerkes mean a complete indorsement of the actions of Taylor Powers Finley and others who were the originators and promotors of the mountain mobs taken to Frank fort last winter It would mean the endorsement of a mob taking our Capitol city firing off their pis tols at random and putting men women and children in fear of their lives It would mean the endorsement of shooting out car windows shooting down car doors and tearing up car benches and endangering the lives of every one on the inside it will mean that you are opposed to the law to the mandates of the Court it will mean that you can defy your sheriff put your officers to flight and that you care nothing for law or prder If this is the resultwe1 lead as wen tear down our school houses and churches hurl the Judges headlong from their benches tear their Judicial ermines from them burn our Constitution and our Statute laws put the Ange ot Justice to flight and we will return to that time when Kentucky was known as the Dark arid Bloody Ground HANNA in his desperation is calling upon the postmasters to help tiim to the small sum of one million One fellow out in Ne braska didnt like the idea of be ing assessed to help defray the expenses of the campaign so he Markiought to Know that everybody in therllarschemes We are of the opinion that if he would get off the stump and take Ropsey off McKinley would prooably carry Maihe2 Ver montandva few other Northern fJii i rAt StateFJubiit if they go on at the present rate Bryan will carry every rthing except the Eleventh Congressional districts of this State The people will no longer tamely submitto Mark Hannahs rule and will completely dethrone him in November i n 1UTHE Republicans are always harpingabout the money appropriated bring the bloodthirsty assassins the ghouls inhuman formto justice for the murder of tne greatest friend of the common people Kentucky ever knew when they know that it would do no one any good to convict the in nocent It is the guilty and not the innocent that the people want convicted and part of whom will be convicted Bnt not all the guilty will be punished for their names are legion and they are scatteredall the way from the Seven Pines to the Mississippi If all who were interested directly and indirectly in the death of Gov t Goebel were brought to justice Kentuckys supply of hemp would run short and severalpen itentiaries would have to be built MR GILBERT thinks he will re duce the Republican majority in this county considerably this fall and no doubt if is true tot we know of several Republicans who will vote for him He is a man whom the people of this district are justly proudand wewill show him our appreciation by sending him back to Congress by about 1500 majority He is a states man any district would appreciate and not be ashamed for him to open his mouth at any and all times All who want such a manias this for Congress let it be known the sixth day of November by cast ing your votes for Mr Gilbert HANNA is wing almost every conceivable power known among men to get the Pennsylvania strikers to go to work for he says if they dont McKinley is certain to be beaten Now wouldnt those mineis up there shed great crocko dUe tears if Hanna shouldnt be president for the next four years The Republicans in the Senate Tuesday were given a chance to vote upon a proposition to repeal the Goebel law and return to the old County Judge system Ten Republicans voted against the proposition defeating Jt THE voters ot this county should bear in min d that the Republicans unlawfully used and misappro priated 3009764 of the peobles money during their short term of office JUDGE Cahtrill overfilled the motion for a new trial in the Jim Howard case connected with the killing l9h Goebel and sentenced him to Hanged on December jth PINE HILL The final arrangements for the Tue5dayInigbt theIpto at 3 p m Saturday October 13 Mary McAfee and Mrs Eaton are holding Bible readings at the Pine Hill school house afschool convention here next week nventioncconic iiear ithevsdhiedate It mustF jfi bea blattnKRir t ij tL zos S Good RnadsJ j Nothing would be more benefi cial to our county than to haye d rYIntuch familynwork go on We should all be for the general improvement ot our countyo H Blazer- I haye talked withagreatt many citizens about the road question and I find the best business men for it the farsighted thinking men are for it and the most stir prising thing to the onlooker is the men who pay the most tax are for it I believe it will carry and that it should M Pennington MD I am for it If it goes toward Madison county I am willing to donate something besides paying my taxes Geo KetronI The best thing that could be done for the entire county I am for it and shall vote and work for it Jonas McKenzie BEE LICK i Mr William Dowell of O Tand Miss Fannie Gillim of Brodhed were married Thursday at the residence of Rev Martin Owens Elders O M Wallen and f L Owens began piotiacted meeting at the Baptist church Liberty SundayClarence Southers a farmer citizen of this place died in Oklahoma last week of typhoid fever Horac Edwards of Mt Vernon has bought Wyatt Warrens farm which lies near this place He will move to it soon Mr Elmer Warren tookhisleave for Mb last week where His father located not long since V Mr John Brown of Brodheadat1 tended the protracted meeting here Wednesday and Thursday and also called to see his best girl X LIVINGSTON AT p 83 fR 0 Mrs Rineheart has returned from Louisville Miss Mary Tyree stoped off here on her return to Pittsburgh to visit relative Misses Ida Tyree of Pittsburg and May Sowder of Mt Vernon two lovely young ladies was visiting Miss COla Adams last week Miss Roberts has returned to her home at Gum Sulpher after a visit to Miss Lida Cook James Taylor moved back to hi home across Rpuudstone Monday Mr and Mrs John Cook fornel4 of this place but now of JellicoTeim came out Sunday to visit the family of G D Cook r Casper Adams returned Tuesday from a weeks visit tohis uncle R B Mullins- C M Cummins stopped pvr- 1inightl d4 T D Mullins is seriously il withrheumatism has been unable I to walk for a few days r JObXA1Mtillins H Hagan as vas reported thty have gone into turniture business and are filling up their house iu good order Verdeiit Collins son of long Jim Collins = was struck by a moving vain near the depot Tuesday night and his thigh broken a99if1dnesday evening his remains were d carried beyond Mt Vernon for iiis terment Li tr zrtsa rnet a sersars rrr a a vasoirmYd i 1 o SS i start The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been in tuo for over 30 years has borne the signature of 44 the the i the its the fi and has been made his per Bona its infancy Allow one deceive you this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justassodd are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and rcnExpcricnce against YVhsrt is CASTORIA Castorja is a Iiarmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare goric Drops aid Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms hand allays Feverishness It mires Diarrhoea and Wioil Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures CanstTpation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulatesthe Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Panacea The Mothers Friend CENUINE QAST WAYS 1 Bears the Signature of 4 The KM Yon Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years 77 STREET IJ 1tr in g 1 t t J t 1 r in l riiorr r r3lrv1 that death results from those diseases the and ovaries which more than onehalf the women of this 9 Ko hoar the clayor night seems free rain and there rest there comfort there IS rjify and und euro vhicH1 d PeM r p kvT ti hl i V hutjv our troul Ivr you can cured i ibis vomaiT was ly TJJE VtFE OF REV KR PJTMAH- M 111 li i itll f riiMflniiilth rtinsccl iterpliclt1111 of womb il u 111hluli i 1I1n After takintuurr litQhnttlcs1f your IlitolepftatStQbttIpill1Q21t11lillttllclItl117hlCiilltCIItt1Qs O U f56ii I t3 rarelrrrslleiCo fr free adilro rcganllnsjuur tcu J 33 3G 3 wrorlJ I te 1 t o Co Mt Vernon Kv 4 = On UMPTiO Do not think fora moment that you a sudden Ii r1tway a little but a 7j little ii cough then a little loss weight then a harder cough then fever and the night sweats Better stop disease reepingBetter J can do with RfiolrP The pressure on chest is lifted that feel 3 rei4i f tbottlet 1Yif on 11111tsfht 1VrorbfalwByijfjffjj is t JuuriiiJl 1t ti inv tlic1alt I it tr ir rfl att f cirsniiji i 3 f j 43sr 4 ttit mt r t ills e urd ig 1 lt i j Ei tinder supervision since no to in Experiment j asDeath by Firef asIwhich of womb afflict country of from miaerj is uo is no t is no happiness CUT THERE RELIEF permanent a in gOInplcee FemaSe SPssaaeeini lie br i US5Tlt3tS r5 Tenn ooc single consumptionwill think it is coldn- othing hacking todayYou it confitlirijty lingering in R A JONES DENTIST STANFORD KY Phono NQ 1 Office over HigRins NipKemfeysi Slorc rtn YlJ for Questions Womenr Arc you nervous jr Ass you completely ezfiajslei i Do you sufferevery matte K you answer lycs to ary of whkhWine vou1dberealizedmenst131I owLno0t Cardui used jt1St Tfon teas n trail period will kwt j xrnds sIfj ae is nothing like it fefeelp women enjoy good health It cost only to test this remedy xhih Is endorsed by J000GQ0 cured orasa J sirs Lena T Fricburg East St Louis newhght11n ff A 1 fh lltirijt1 ib PRINT f 1 1 i 2t h rJ Ml Vernon Signal 4t V Illil rOCT 5 1900 Entered at tbc Alt Vern1 Ky Iust office ns see 2onaclan mail matter x W JLowSvLLE NASHVILLE R R CO TJIE TABLE h 4nortli IroSa in 26 north 132 amp J 23 south 157 p ii1 25 South 144 a ni JAS LAlNDtfuai Agent MASONIC Ashland Lodge No 640 meets 3rd on lay 10 A m x CHURCHES ChristianHoldsservices R 3r Sundaj atllani and at 630 p in Presbyttriaunolds services on the 4th Sunday Baptist ChurchServices on the Second Saturday night and Snnday Suuday School at 9am every Sunday Prayer meeting on Tuesday nig- htsPERSONAL AND OTHERWISE theIcity Tuesday G S Arnold of Conway has been quite sick Mrs Charley Bethurum is very low with consumption Ir James 1 White went to Stanford t on business Thursday R L Brown will speak at Gum tonightiS WtM and John Hysinger were in Richmond trading Monday t Ei A Herrin of Livingston is building a chitne YjMul liesMr x Woodall or ifffS rV Hazel Patchattended church here Sunday W R Jones of Goochland has been jin Louisville buying goodsf this week jostpli Cofiey of Stanford passe through Tuesday afternoon en route to Livingston Miss Bettie Pennington is visiting her sister Mrs Will Brown of Walnut Grove Mrs M C Mill er returned Tuesday from a visit to relatives in Franklin county B F Fuquay with his daughter and son returned to his home in Indiana Sunday night Luther Kelton of Conway has just returned from a mo nthrs visit toson in Alabama Mrs Cleo Brown returned Tuesday from the Joseph Price Infirmory very much improved in health r Judge R G Williams Capt S D Lewis and atty J W Brown went to London Tuesday to attend court r H Dunn W H Albright an d- RfPike of Brodhead took in the Democratic rally at Stanford esterday Be sure and come Out to hear the HOI James D Black here atI p rii tomorrow at Livingston tomor rownight at 730 Mrs Bettie Rigsby and 11Ii ft Sarah Holtzclaw oj Preaciersville GjwCarmical Saturday dnd Sunday VL Tnompson Jonas McKen Williamfs and ye editor heard Frank Burke f Indiana at Stantordi yesterday Itr Tilers where fifteen from Living t Jon and about the same number frotn3odhead here Saturdiay Anight- sto hear the Hon Letcher Ovsley p fJ ii r i1J Mrs J C Carmical Itufjied 1 y Wednesday from a visitttiiher5oiiz W H Carmical of inton 4rMesdames A G Lovel inch V Charles Forrester vMi Kalei Moore are spending fcfert dav i i1 i Louisville this weep v f f kyc ofJGlcncRichards nn baakathlsaplace started He vill remain a month or two STOPS THE COUGH AND WORKS OFF THE cOLDILaxative BrbmoQuinine Tablets cure a cold Chretno Pay P I e 25 cents Remember tomorrow Saturday y is the day for holding elections for the purpose of electing school trus tees in the different districts throughout the county- Superintendent r W A 3 Davis visitingIschools Wednesday He says the schools throughout the county are In a flourishing rqndiHoii Mrs Cleo Brown has moved her millinery store from the brick on Church street to the old brickj hotel opposite Court House re cently vacated by S W Davis Col R M Jackson cashier off the First National Bank at London says that W L Richards our new cashier is the very man for the place that the bank will succeed and pay well Mrs W T Short accompanied by her son Ed went to Gilberts Creek Monday night to attend the burial of her nephew Hiram M Powellwho shot and almost ins atltly killed himself Tate Mondav afterjioon J N Chapman of London and Zack Dickson of our own county are plastering Hotik andlSon s new store this week Fromthe progress which theplasterers and oarpenters are making it looks very mush like it will soon be ready for use OPENING OPENING dIwill have my Fall and Winter opening oil Saturday October 13 Be sure and give me a cal I want to see all my old friends and as many new onesas wi come MRS CLEO BROWN A Democratic Club was organ ized at Conway Saturday night with Jesse Dykes as president G W Jones first vice president Matt Coffey second vicepresident Frank Kennedy secretary an James Morgan assistant secretary Hon James D Black passe through on Sundays train en route to Munfordsville where he spok Monday Let everyone remember that he will be here tomorrow and at Livingston tomorrow night Every one come out and givethim a good hearing Jesse Tyree son of N H Tyree who let a pistol des barge a few days since striking him in the ab domen diedafternoon Tbermainswerebrougbt her from Livingston that night and taken to the Tyree burrYing ground for interment Thursday mornin Charley Henderson was granted a patent last week on his new rol asan41isagreold fashions rollings pith On the inside is a place for alt and soda said in the end of eack handle is a Place for hot ing different kinds of extracts It4S but little argern heavier arm much more cofweuient than the old fashioh pin and iwe are confident hatVhenit Chas a fair test hewill find already sale r elc for tI 1 NSi4cJ f r L1 TO CURE A COLD IN ONE Di tTake Laxatie f Bromo Quinine Tablets Al druggists refund tlie money ifit tails to cure E W Groves signature is oh each box j25C 1 vti I wilMeaveor Citicinnati Sunday to lay iniiiy Fall and Winter s stock of Millinery Dont buy un illiyoUcSee my godssI MRS CLEO BROWN iTA f R C O Benjamin a negro law yer and editor was shot and killed by Michael Monahan Tuesday night as the result of a quarrel over regis tration at Lexington Benjamin was attorney for Tallow Dick Combs one of the ufen under in dictment for the Goebel assassins tion At the meetfngofther Christian Endeavor Society on Wednesday evening the annual election of officers took place Mrs A E Ewers was elected president Miss Mitchellvice president Miss Margaret McClary secretary Miss Gladden Ewers assistant secretary Miss Cox coy responding secretary Mr Fred Krueger treasurer The officers and members extend y a hearty invitation to the young people of the town to be present at the weekly meetings of the Young Peoples C E Society on Wednesj day evenings at 7 oclockj W H Treadway a substantial Republican of Clay county while in London tnis week said to attorney John W udgeCR G that he was a neighbor of Jim Howards and that he was confident that Howard either killed Goebel oc went to Frankfort for that purpose That because of the course of the Re Dublicat sat Frankfort last winter that he and eight other of his Rei publican neighbors will refuse fo support Mr Yerkes That he be lieved W S Taylor Charley Fin ley and Caleb Power had Goebel killed The new bank with W L Rich ards as cashier has opened business and now in god running condition People are coming from all parts of the county to make their deposits It is perfectly sjfe Every man 1 who deposits his money is fully se curedalldno one need have any fears when he puts a dollar in it but what he will get every cent of thedpeople will soon realize themselve5 i countydany we can conceive of The bank which we freeturnpikerwe are going t the salvation of this county Let orjbothHon Letcher of tail theclUb1atFriday night was greeted by a large belongeing the club here but also members of the clubs at rodhead Living largegnumber of ladies alco favored trim1 Wit their presence Mr Oxvsley spoke for nearly two hours touch i ing upon all the issues of the national campaign arfd dealing ex tensively witlithe state issues He spoke of Truscs i showed how they are each day glowing and the ef fct which they are having on our country He dwelt extensively v i imperialism aril the side tracking of Pres McKiu eYHethet topk up Tax 10rismanc1assasinati n in Kentucky and spoke very forcibly of the effect which it has had oh our beloved state iptf T nr Saturday Morning a telegram was received stating that tMiss p Hattie Adams who was wittlier sister Mrs Charles Simpson at Hart rofr Tenn was deadpan would be brou lit here for burrial Monday On Monday morning several men began digging tlie grave aftdrhadit- 0 about completed when another mes age was received saying that she rallied and was still alive But t the improvuifciit was only temptfs rarelY for 7 05 p hi Monday brought the houfvyhen that noble spirit took ifs flight to a higher and better world The remains wer brought here on the noon train Tuesday and immediately after arriving were laid to rest in the Collyer theaPresbyterian church Charley Simpson her brotherinlaw Dud ley Adanis her youngest brother and Mr George Phipps the young man to whom she was engaged to be married this mouth accompanied the remaines to this place Mrs Annie Miller of Washington D C carve Thursday night to spend a few days with relatives orASTORAr lhsiu ijHaw Always Bought Bears the- Signature of 4uf i COLLEGE NOTES i The pupils receiving tile high est grade at the College fpr the month of September are as follows College Department Anna Thompson T 96 Miner a PrIcer 0J 96 Intermediate Department d McKenzie Brown 96 Fannv Sparks vc6 ivVPrimary Demntmentii vJRalph Forrester cc 93 Abtl Penuington Jri 93 The music class is doing well rind the number of pupils larger than ever before at this season o f the v eartWe are glad to announce that Miss Letcher is back to take her plac at the Head of the Greek and Latin department The Primary teacliris growing so in favor that her room is adding more pupils every week Prof Ewers has arranged his work so as to have some time to1 visit the schools of the county and thereby work up greater interesj in the College 7f genuineLaxativetbo rcmedj that cares a cold iu one day w m l D nfJlt Get ThinGet fat get nice and plump there is safety in plumpness Summer has tried your foodworks winter is coming to try your breathmill Fall is the time to brace yourself But weather is tricky look out Look out for colds espec ially Scotts Emulsion of Cod 3piver Oil is the subtlest of hetpaTt icriood the easiest foodin the v1oildIt is more tlal1f90c1 ithelpsyou digest nubirnent from it f j Dont theyvJ is safety 1t Plum r ess flIati woman arid childKainnitsagreeablele r SCOT ftO VANiS Chemistsfqbg iPeari Street oIz r soand S 01a l 1 i Jl Jt 1j t7Irt t m W t s i i 1 fi II jtj t IQ tl E1r ft i 1litfJ CIothinghatsj Shoes I Furnishings OF Cummins J McCiary i Stanford Ki i GREEN FRONTDRUG STORE is the place to buy Drugs Patent Medicines Jewery Star boner y Cigars and tobaccos Paints and OilsxPrescriptions Carefully Compounded Prompt Attention at All Times Call When In Town CC DAVIS COMt Vernon t Ky Phone No 3 4f + ji cDN1TE J JilIf J i yiK AiPt v COJ 11 ti1e Q1l110 e K al 1 To the Great w3 L4 f0f risirlg ReoictioJ s r i J a1 t 3 l- Continues all theTiil1eI rj l eL t fii 2 Business isNo M ie- hf Clothing at or near cost Melts Suits at 3 25 up Calico Uars cntsperyard 1r V ti f Dress Goods allkiuds at lowest ipjrices potions of all binds ti Yi f1 SHOES I Havethe tar g 1 st kndbest stock oT Sno inEasfern Ky Calfand Kip Boots Rubber Shoes and Felt Socks thefverY thing for Winter Now isthe Time d Groceries I i j 5 Ib Bucket of Jelley 130 One Gallon Bucket Syrup 3oc Sugar all 6 c Arbuckle Co flee 15 c Lion Coffee 12j6C I Bakers Bread eroafc Corn Meal per Bushel 6oc5 f A Complete Stock of Flour all the time cfvi Gal Fruit jars per doz7oc r tltl t i Quart Fruit Jars per doz hoc i h S6ld dle8 nd riddl rfi iif At tAll the Time J f T iOH N S0Nti i t bj J ijj j OR LAKfDILVr t i 0 f GOTOIIOUKSON t 11p General Merchandise Mt Vernon FQR Ky rr I 00 I F i 4 pt n 2 t en r 1JV 00 C 1 DDdE1dEIi 44 Following is what some of the leading men have to say about the bond issue- S I am for the bond issue for good roads J Thos Cherry Nearly every man in my section 1ro f the county is for the bond issue Sfiall do all I can for it A J Pike The bond question should carr Wiirbenefit the country note than anything else J W Tate Good roads will upbuild the county morally intellectually and commercially A G Lovell I have worked in season day thetquestion I want to see my coun ty improve and my fellow country men prosper Let every man go ffto work to carry this most im rh portant question James I White i Heartily in favor of bond issue0 for better roads G S Hiatt Good roads run along with good f schools and churches For it yV James W Moore We can build good roads cheaper Min jcounty than any in Ken tucky We have all the material v4 wliicn would cost nothing Amj rfvery much for it David Hysinger- Jamesl White John W Marlef Green Fish R L Browu George Johnson James Moore W HI Cannical A J Sams Albert Allen Parkie Scott Elisha Bullock Thos Cherry Harry Blazer and a host of others deserve much praise for get ting up and pushing such a bene v ficial thing along By all mean- let it carry SH Martiri Good roads make good business and we want both Gus Staverson For lour years I was one of the directors of the Lexington pike aud I know what the advantages are to be derived from pikes Therefore I am heartily in favor of pikes Jas T Adams It will invite immigration create a demand for labor and farm prot rc firer inch for it i I yMarled yiyiic f l r J Good roads will benefit every class of citizens in our connt I shaH vote for the bond issue CM Cummins The man that has to go to town is the man that needs good roads S B Ramsey No man who wants to see the county fret outof the old rut can be against the bondsj Arnold Just the thing to do T G Keynolds Wish we had voted for bonds years ago Good thingJ Houk Good roads would help busines ofevery kind It would give em ployment to poor men yet they would not pay one cent towardn building the pikes as there is no poll tax levied to pay the bonds It would put life into our county I am for it and shall cast my vote for it on the 6th day of November W J Sparks I am getting old and dont ex pect to live to enjoy the fruits of my vote but on account ofmy children my fellowcountyman I shall vote for the bond issue I be liege it is the best thing for the countyrH H Baker ff I livev in the extreme eastern portion of the county andcould ot be greatly benefitedby the pro posed pikes personally but the be ginning of the building of good roads would soon advance all real property and would be a tart in timescover the county with good roads I am heartily for the issuing of bonds for that purpose and I will vote fort R M Johnson I am in favor of good roads I think it would be a bvig help to Rockcastle cou tland am in favor of issuing bonds to make pikes J G Britli S D Lewis iu speaking of turn pi es and the bond issue says The advocates of that Have jut taken pmy thunderrfafyear ago Says heiJ nave been m several diF r rt- 4k t J 1 J = Jf i 1IVMo 1CI Jv 1bii t t cd J a t1 c l i u O 0U J tJfq r 8 0UfT 4JfJ 04JQ ol J M- c Q 14J Uo ferent states where they had free turnpikes and I have never found a place where a single free pike was ever built except by taxationI T HAPPENED IN A DRUS STORE II One day last winter a lady came to my drug store and asked for a brand of cough medicine that J did not have in stock says Mr C R Grandin the popular druggist ot Ontario N Y She was disappointed and wanted to know what cough preparation I could recom mend I said to Her that I could freely recommend Chamberlains Cpugh Remedy and that she could take a bottle of the remedy and after giving it a fair trial if she did not find it worth the money to bring back the bottle and I would refund the price paidstn the course ota day or tow the lady came back in company with a friend in need of a cough medicine and advised her to buy a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy Jconsider that a very good recommendation for the remedy The remedy owes its great popularity and extensive sale in a large meaure to the personal recommnda tion of people who have been cured by its use It is for sale be Theo Wesley Druggist ADAMS FISTULA SALVE manufactured by jW Adams Oo Paint Lick Kyf is meeting with ready sale everywhere Per sons who have used it say its a marked success and a sure cure for Fistula Poleevel Sweeney Scratches Enlargements Greasy Heel Etc It is sold 011 a written guarantee and money refunded if uoV as represented For sale by Teeo Wesley druggist Mt Ver non Ky 4431110 For sprains swellings and lame Hess there is nothing so good as Chamberlains Pain Balm Try it Fbf sale by Theo Wesley Druggist When you cannot sleep for coughing it is hardly necessary that any one should tell you that you need a few doses pf Chamberlain s Coufli Remedy to allay We irritation of the Possibleth 5csl p ggist t i 1y H i 0rar ff tdJjJ o ff tf oA 8 r 0P 1 1Vol 0 trHj Uj J 1l j i 1 rlro D Ot S 2 8n CJ o pi O f- Ji art aqro X COURT CALENDAR COUNTY COURTFourth Mot day in each month- QUARTERLY COURT Fiist Monday in January April July and OctoberCIRCUIT UUR TSecond Mon day in February Fourth Monday in May and Third Monday in Sep temberMT VERNON POLICE COURT Third Monday in each month P A Pennington D D S M D DENTST- N W Cor Third and Chestnut Sts LOUISVI LE KY Will he at Miller House It ernon during all Circuit Ciiiu G W MCCLURE J W BROWN fcCLURE BROWN Attorney s at JL wt jMT VERNON KY AH business entrusted to our care will receive prompt attention Office room No8 in the old Brick Hotel a a WILLIAMS AottrneyatLaw Mt Vernon Ky XlSOffice on 2nd floor of new brick on Church street Special attention given to collections RG WILLIAMS Attorriey at Law MT VERNON KY R L tSROWIV MT ATTORNEYATIAVlI Special attention given to col lectionsI S C FRANKLIN Mt Vernon Ky Clock and Watch Repairing Spectacles r Repaired Gold and Silver Soldering Neatly Done The eyes tested ami glasses fitted by scientific methods Can furnish glasses properly flitted from 150 to 600 Watch cases chains jewelry of all kinds plated with goldor silver and mad to look like new All we rk cash no cred Work guaranteed v i lij l f nc J r et oJ I ita1UnJt oceJlfl FROM OCEAN TO MACK ESTES Carpenter and Cabinet Maker Mt Vernon Ky Mantles and Hatracks 1specialty The VerandaHotel JOSEPH COFFEY PROPR Stanford Ky travelingImen Sample room on first floor IBath rooms free to guests l RATES 200 per da- yInsurance of all ln 1 SignalS IR E iN I J t WORN 70 OCEAN ii I1Iie GD7ya TaX naw WOaN a 5t Lf r 7 f6r- t Botik SrGn 1 h Mt Vernon r11 insurance of all kin ds Callat the ignal office Mi Vernon FOR SALE I have for sale fif teen molases or vinegar barrels also three smaller barrels or k W R WALIJN ei11 523 1k 9 11 it Dr rorl rsN JJ o o 8UJ 0 rl m S H ft w A CARSON Painter and Paper Hanger B odhend Kentucky All workjfirslclass and guaranteed to give satisfaction Phone No i MT VERNON LIME COMPANY Manufacturers of Lime and brickqThey also furnish Lime Building Stone rough quarry face or Qt Orders promptly filled 3943 1ST BANK NATIONAL OF LONDON KY apit al50000rSurplus ioooq V BORJEING M HOPE President VicePresident R 11 JACKSON Cashier i tee WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS Miner g isefHUGH MILLER PRO- PRHeadquarters forhCorxirftiercial Men it Port rI3t all trains Hotel FrithI b FRANCISCO Propr Located at the Depot nor Bod head Kr Goad Livery Attaehcl Meet aU Trains 1aiiiid Night TravelingiMen and Railroad men Solicited Will futi tUlcllvfor all trains 1 v I