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Digital page images are linked to the text file. s q r y t s z 4 IC i Ffyl r t 4YA4d1 J t x 4i r y t7r r ou1ttti f s fi jF t LU 1 E xV Hv o o 111 VL RI ONlrUlJh1STL rCOIJV i Y h I irDrY JAN i A1h I7 f7 L XP Pyd6 v tLL IYFRIENDS TO BE BRA 1rE AA U FFARL SS AND LUYAL T 0 THE GREAT C0MJYlp p f flews Iteps itA wine combine has been organ ized iu CalifoniTa 1 Fire destroyed property woe li 150000 at Burlington Iowa A bold gang of counterfeiters is operating at Johnson City Tenn Nashville police made nearly iqopo arrests during the year 1900 Coal miners in Northern Color rado wentson a strike for higher wages Mrs Amanda Dayton Rogers was burned to deathin Robertson count il According to a dispatch from ationriflirt i v The census shows over 20 towns in Kentucky to have over 4 006 inhabitants At Band e Wyo the thermometer registers twentyei degrees below zero Ctizens of Chicago will present the battleship Illinois with ato000 silver service George CollingswoJthof Mid dlesboro a section foreman was killed by an engine Mrs E C Green of Chicago has bought the Ynowi1Je farm and willraise cab horses Asliip load of recruits arrived at Manila and took the places of ship load of sick sent home i Thomas Stephens aged eight3T igt years married Mrs Corbin aged T ixtyfive c in Bath cunty jh the last ten days there liave been between fifteen and twenty failures on London Stock exchange The wan who killed Baron Von Ketteler in China was beheaded in fPekin itf fhe presencebf a large crowdbThereSmallpox at Murray Ky and 2 11 offorts to stop the epedemic leas proven unsuccessful f Mrs Georg Boyden of Evans yille Indhas just burried her ninth husband and says she is now ready to againr It was stated that the British colony of Jamaica may be traded for a part of the United States col oily of the Philippines George C Smith of the South ern Railway hs been appointed General Agent for the receiver 9 tthe New Albany Belt nd Terminal railroad V The reward of 100 recently offered by the Princeton Board of1 Underwriters for the apprehensions of firebugs has been increased to i 400 v Sherman Meredith wliowas ac quitted at Barbourville for the murder of Giant Taylor was shot 1 from ambush by an unknown party last week and killed An effort is being made by the Christians of Meddlesbpro to start hospital for the benefit of thet poorpe9ple in the mountains knemliers of the Northern Methodist church are hack of the mpvement 0 Bnejievv state board qf Equalize anon will be tnade up pfsevenj i anfcihbcrs instead of fdUr rashereto fore h The members v ofsthe r board h t j rwiiq jp yet to be appintcd by GOv Beckham will pnie oxfront d each Appelate district S t BLOWN To A OMS- Virhe old idea that tile body some itiiiies needs a pdwerjful drastic purgative pill has been exploded for Dr Kings Naw Life Pills which are perfectly harmless gent ly stimulate liver and bowels toe pel poisonous matter cleanse the system and absolutely cure CbnstH Lpatioti dJS ick Iieiclache Only Sc atallDrugiis tsdiugFatr t IGI I OI r The above are fair likenesses of J E Houk an j James J T Adams the members of the firm of Houk Adams which has until recent ly been doing abusiness unden the- firm flame of Houk Son Alter the death of L M Houk in November 1899 Mr Adams moved from Garrard county here and bought an interest in the stock and from the very day which he came it iasbeen this purpose to build up the town and com r GOOCHLAND Mr James Mattinly of Wildie was here on business last Monday Mrs A J M Guire and Miss Alza McGuire are visiting relatives in Paint Lick this week Mr WH Ballard was cutting some of his highfloluting didoes Omouthefair s x ofnast Hl 1Wl5tpartW Bt McGuire made a trip over cfuthettiver the first of the week I understand that Bradley is trying to become a brotherinlaw of Joseph Tussey John Martin was over to See his fatherTihla cv Mr JacobTrissey the first of the week A W Bryant has bright WVS Jones property near Plasel1tri v church and will move to it thefist of January George Gatliff made a flying trip to Richmond last Saturday George is agood boy but he will cry for bread in Spite of all we can do Mr Joseph jGatliff the accom pliShed son of Mrs Ellen Gatlift has returned from Jelicb to spend the winter with his mother We understand that Dillard Gar ret haslefttprpars unknown Dillard wasa good boy and was well thought of here at one time aut like poor old Tray he fell into bad company 1fcTjeelastA 1 and W B McGuire was itx Wildie last Sunday T Mr Richard Early the late son inlaw ofC S Martin win mbvefo Willie in the near futuie f Bennet Bsfllard hasgoneto Ricli m pnd to spend a few day st ivlthre latjesr WH Ballard has atll sCRi en up Jiis search for that QJi 1girJ and returned home to remain wjtli his moth pa while longer r y W G Martirir 1Dd a trip to Xivingston thisweek taklhv i during the time the noble city of Wiiaie J Rondal Crosby Co threw pit bait for suckers and it seems as if they caught Several in Rockcastle- Boys when you hive Jany more produce to give away why notgive it to a neighbor justJet it tlefo Goochlauid v MrSyA J McGuireau3 M Alza McGuire have returned home a e2f Ji t dave iisit with rely y lye S PJl1 nl t 2f1f1 jtyftTTot J 1 t J f VPl cLVri 1says tna r Ay+ rsji raunity as well as his own busi ness The first act of the firm was to build a large twostory brick store room which would be an honor to any town They stand for a cor poration for turnpikes Mr Adams having b enat one time director on the NicHolasville Lex jngton and Lancaster turnpike and for a general improvement in every way he cast his first vote for Andrew Jackson for President and hasmey er failed to vote for the Democratic nominee every crack since Mrs Granyjll Clark vas the guest of Her niqfher Mrs T J Ballard last Sunday Mr Joseph Kimbell of Arkany MMHK sas is the guest of Mr and Mrs eGJ1ir tlits week Jt i eilow De drtorA plj NewYear to y6u Maytheiblessv ing of the Greatflow upon you and your dear paper this year through out and I trust that He will add much strength to you to carry on your good w tIiand before the close of the year the subscription to the Signal will reach the millions jG TdqHN Qr The above is a fair picture pf that hustling mercharitandt indus trious busihsfuan f George T Johson of Orlando When Mr W John W Baker first caine to Mtf Ve nonand put up a general store Mjr John son came with him as a clerk Finally he went into busi tress for liimself at Willie and four yeai vvs ago moved to his present clerksat a veryIsmail salery he has risen it l to be one of the wealthiest finer i dWaiits in our county and lie has owpltShed it by paY closea attention tb his bitSin e5I has 1gt a Jargfestpre roa1 yet jfa not rufficlent room f fJiisitg t9 tpJP goods IfHif is p iti4c- lfi110d tpg and strictlg Wiest S n shis dealings We say 8r fey v y tftig men of this aunty rau can doiubetter than to thethi tliv exam Rr s tfl this youn- ttl tfr succe 9 ubntieli man Geo ff tti7 it1i1J L t ar C ryPAPAPN 13 TORN r BLUE EI PRINT EELICK Rev 0 M Wallin fiI1 pqintment at the 13apti pcIviberty Saturday and Sunday Messrs Eugene Wilson and James Taylorspent Xmas with friends at Bourne f E 6 Goochfr of Small was here Sunday toseq his best girL The Misses Albright entertained quite a number of tfiekr friends Saturday evening i Edgar G GSochvwent to Level Gr en Sunday to see Jiis best girl- Wm Proctor olF Lexington yisitedhis patents Mr and Mrs Geo Proctor Friday and Satur dy5A I M E Vneeldori returned home frotji Lexington the24th where he was attending schoolf The Misses Reynolds very pret ty arid attractive young ladies of this pl1c attended the social given by IissJyiarcella Isaacs of Woodstock Saturday evening f ft r Geo Roberts of Sparta Tex IS visiting friends and relatives vin thOr vicinity kjo H f MessrsEueue Wilson Mand Ee 0 youngimen sec ol1 j for Lexington where they will att enrschoo1i i j WABD y lMrs H T Wflhiuifsquite rSick The singing school closed here thelast of December v L Payne of Altamprif spent Christmas with his sister Mrs Nancy Searcy 7t Misses Rebecca ancLulatBrae- nteitaineda a J crowdotyotingfolis Christmas even t Charley Hayes who has been rn sickfor some time is improving Will and Walter Bustle pf near Andrews was over ChristmasitiD see their best girls 0 i t t Mr and Mrs M E Blpcmie spent the first of the week yjtn ijJMrsStephec J U Wallen has been all smiles tins yeek but says it is al over now and he has to gp backzto Junction City v f1 Misses Sarah and Ella alert fJeftys Jiere they will enter school t 1 Thechildien of R L 3fSY aJe tri chHmproved i i lA Prominent chicai9Ym l1 Speaks 4 IRrpfl RoC Tyler pf Chicago vicePresident Illinois AVjpmariS Alliance in1 speaking of ChainfcXJT Jfifetedd which threatened to run into pneu xnonfaV I tried different tfcm dies but I seemed to grow wprs the medicine upset my stanch fi friend advised me to try GHamV berlains Cough Remedy ftt I found at was pleasant to taleaan it relieved me at once I m ntif entirely recoveredv saved ud tOifa V bill time andsuff ting an l1t- uev tr he without thl f lend medjciiie again For stir 1f Tliep Wesley Druggist Mt f erncnil r f peat out ot an IncreasersPe- naiont A Mexicau war tft romifienteditor writes itI the a5yertisfement Of phftTPiptt ms ChouRCholera xnd Diarrhoe Remedy Iamjreminded that s a soldier in Mexico itt t iuid 4ic- outraeted JU nova gi Lthis remedy has kept ma rort flag QJ easin nif pensc 9n revery renewal a d of stores lire tisJjrteqt quiclclcurci for diatrhoea J plesantanile totsika- y i3 64 Wes fng- Vetiio Ji 1Lj tf f s itf t1 KJ Fl l f t f1 rIIr1f af t 111 BIB a i 14 t kIdM h tRfllj 7 t 11 i Jf 0prNEOR E 4W41 rs tlCa pdal rt tyy 8JRt If 11 u oO 1 l1 l 2 1 4Jiq of df 4Ab t 1 i u oriJG RiethT JHillRuhrnn4iW 7 PJI Ef i Yd iiit ill E fX i t f i +iW pt f f tettaWe solie theraccounis gl1QeC lZ ti Of Rock Jl pdJonllng icounties assuring dipytnt rota p t l1d1 c rfiifift ti wto ll bwg ne antrusted1P use Pemonala icataon anal co i ondr It f J e cex jia I1 bt busitiess relafonsy invr ld ri Ie ri M J frtty k7 fi J S Hoc 1 PiesSR iLL JO tROBE S Caslnerr- Ii i J WMqi E S t shl h f roL th I i 1 iJ rNsi i Sir 1tltJt E i tTi 1XTW E4ar i tIi V J t linI t o f r1 fj i 1tJo lt lp j fj tas Y 1ili J 1 Qi1 dJti irt i ti1 1 1I le rt 1 LJWllrLeMOTanlOJ eI enuot1erLIJPtti t r J 1h Joifr J p 11 1l d jT BR w 11 Jrbr 1mu 1 Tt ti i1ti iI 1 f c1jF AflojBae it stCo lIIjIrAndctpntinuotisz n Banikaccoun MilUgS 1li btj If Ir4iO t t pr l of + 8ic xflIRC JJr WYti R J Tru sStH Shank ii Wi11ta iRSS- YMr JBOWSE1 B Yr yr 4i1r a3ets ktCaaSL ket5 andf Lice and v 1M th J 5 IHirk WHdiln i r7pLlJ1E XV i AT r 6 TELf AIY FRIENDSTO llEB1J JrVE 11 J FHARLJjS AND itv News Itefs if lr A wine combine has been orjjan 7 zed ilCalifornia iFire destroyed pioperly worJi 150000 at Burlington Iowa V bold gang of counterfeiters is operating at Johnson CityTenn Nashville police made nearly ipobo arrests during the year 1900 r Goal miners in Northern Colo rado went pn a strike for higher wages AV Mrs Amanda Davton Rogers wasburned to death in Robertson T J county Accordingtoadispatch from Pekiavitherc has eeri a cessation i9f liostilities v The census shows over 20 towns iu Kentucky to l ave over 49 inhabitants At Bandie Wyo the thermpme ter registeis twentyeight degrees below zero Ctizens of Chicago will present the battleship Illinois Xvith a ip obo silver service Gorge Collingsw jtof Mid dlesboro a section foreman was killed by an engine Mrs B C Green of Chicago has bought the Yeno wine farm and will raise cab horses J A skip load of recruits arrived at Manila and took the places of ship load of sick sent homep t i Thomas Stephens aged eighty eigjt years married Mrs Corbin lg ixty liV 2iI1Bath c luhty 1l thei ten days there lmye been between fifteen and twenty failures on London Stock exchange The wan who killed Barori Yon Ketteler in China was tieheaded in Pekin itf the Tpfesence pf a large icrowd There are but 100 cases of Smallpox at Murray Ky and II off tts to stop the eoedemic hasr proven unsuccessmk Mrs George Boy en of Evahs- yille lndhas just burried her ninth husband and says she is now ready to marry again It was stated that the British cpjony of Jamaica may be traded for a part of the United States col ony of the Philippines t George C Smith of the South ern Railway has been appointed General Agenttor the receiver of the New Albany Beltaud Terminal railroad 1 The reward of rob recently of fered by the Princeton Board of Underwriters for the apprehensions of firebugs has been increased to l 400 Sherman Meredith who was ac It quitted at Barbourville for the murder of Giant Taylor was shot t from ambush by an unknown party last week and killed An effort is being made by the Christians of Meddiesbprp to start hospital for the benefitof the ioor people in the mountains nh members of the Nbrthern Melhc list chrchare back6f the movement tilleiiew state board pf Equalize rQ iwill be made up of seven 1 members instead of four as hereto ftorp7 Srfee members 5f the boaVd hytGoyBeckliaiii tome one froiii 1i J e h ppc1ale district p f BLQAVN To ATOMS frileoldfidea that the body some tiuies needs u Jowerjul drastic purgative pill has been exploded for Drv Kings Nw Life Pills which are perfectly harmless gent ly stimulate liver and bpWels1 to ex pel poisunous matter cleanse the system and absolutely cure Cbristi patlonand e qnJ lr 25Catall p t ldrugstPr JGI I tTI The above are fair likenesses of j E Honk ani James T Adams the members of the firm of Houk rAdams which has until Decent ly been doing vbusiness unden the firm name of Houk Son Af ter the death ofLM Houk in November 1899 lIrArlams moved from Garrard county here and bought an interest inv the stock and from the very day which he came it iasbgen his purpose to build up the town and com GOOCHLAND Mr James s Ma ttinly of Wildie was here on business last Monday Mrs A J McGuire and Miss Alza McGuire are visiting relatives in Paint Lick this week Mr WtTiL Ballard was cutting some of his highfloliiting didoes nopgtnt rgr f 1 h the latterParast air th r t part of this X ii i k t i t W r Bt McGuire made a trip over oil the river the first of the week I understand that Bradley is trying ib become a brotherinlaw of Joseph Tussey John Martin was over to see his fatherTihlav Mr JacobTtfssey the first of the week A W Bryant has bright W Sv Jones property near Pleasent l iew church and will move to it the fifst of January George Gatliff made a flying trip to Richmond last Saturday George is a good boy but he will cry for bread in spite of all we can do- Mr Joseph jGatliff the accom pliShed son of Mrs Ellen Gatlift jas returned from Jelicb to spend the winter with his mother W understand that Dillard Gar ret has left tor parts unknown Dillard wasa good boy and was well thought of here at one time aut like poor old Tray he Jell into bad company lame B Isaacs was in McRee last Monday on Busiiifcss A LandV B McGuire was in Wildie last Sunday i Mr Richard Early the late son inraw ofC S Martin win riioveVb Wildie in the hear futnletBenne Bollard has goneto RichV mond tb spend a few daysyith re latles t WvHV Ball fd has at last gi ven up Jiisi search for that f 1gJrl and TetUrued home tb remam wlih his mother a while long t f v W G Martidvmade i trip to Xivingstbii thISteek takingjjn during the tiniiexfthe nobl citY of Wildie v Rondal Grbsby Gbv thfeV Hit i bait for suckers and it seems srf theycaughseyerali in JR6ckcastltt Boys vlieu you have any more produce tb give away why tip give it to a neighbor ust 4et it cpnie to Gobchlaud Mrs Av jx McGuire and HISS Alza McGMir have returned hbrae A i 1il s jji it s fpfin i krIAv l WI Ff Vtl I uire S Y5 tfub If T TlT l 1b S munity as well as his own busi ness The first act of the firm was to build a large twostory brick store room which would be an honor to any town They stand for a cor poration for turnpikes Mr Adams having been at one time a director on the Nidiolasville Lex ngton and Lancaster turnpike and for a general improvement in every way he cast his first vote for Andrew Jackson for President and irasney er failed to vote for the Democratic nominee evefry crack since Mrs Granvjll Clark was the guest of Her JniQther Mrs T J Ballard last Sunday Mr ArkaniiJsas is the guest of Mr andt1irJ IeGujr this W f1 lel1ow D difor pp New Year to y6u May vthe bless5 ing of the Greatflow upon you and your dear paper this year tn rough out and I trust that He will add much strength td you to carryon your goo5 work and beiore the h7it9lions IG TJQHNBQri The above is a fart pic ute of that hustling mercharit andC indus trious business man George T Johson of Orlando When Mr s John Vi Baker first 1eo Mtf ye npii and put up a general store Mr Johnson came with him sa clerk Kinaliy he went into busi ness for himselfjat Wildie and four ypais ago moyedV liis present surid at Qrlarilp Eron acierk iit a yeryismall salery lie has risen to be one of vthe wealthiest mer aivls 1 biirv county land lie has aircojiiplisli d it by rjaying close jittention to his btl inesHeli s touijt a large store1 ropui and yet j gedtv itof goods He is poiiffjMe f Lji nninbdatin and st Jril11JCPl1 e tV ii ng men of this ciurity 4 Ybl1ca IbiO better than tb imitate the rft 1 ii ti7 i4 iJ yo11t ic t 1Jut1ji1 i U J tt 4 i JEgL S Rev DM Wallin filled his ap ppintment at the Baptist church Liberty Saturday and Sunday IMessrs Eugene Wilson and James Taylor spent tisyhh friihds at Bourne E 5 Goocl of Small was here Sunday to se his best girl The Misses Albright entertained quite number of tliew friends tSaturday eyening v EWar G G6pch w nttoLeiel Gr en Sunday to see Jbis IJ est giirU y q tr iRt9 visited his parents Mrv andMrs Geo Proctor Friday and Satur dayIV M ES heeldori returned home frotn Lexington the 24thC where he yaiJ attending school The Misses Reynolds very pr tty arid aura t ve young ladies of thisiplace attended the sod l1given By Kiss Marcella Isaacs of ppd stock Saturday evening v 4 Gleo Roberts of Sparta eJis visiting friends and relatives vin this vicinity ViTn essrs Eugene Wilsou anxkcEi O Gooch very popular youhgi mem of this sectipn l eft rpiidayt for Lexington where they will aK tend school J r oj WABD 1 tsquit6f v- r The singing school closed herev ithe4ast of December Zj L Payne of Altampiitspent Christmas with his sister Mrs NancLSearcy rvI ss 5 Rebc nct fJiir v- r ente taineda roc oy gf lChristmas eve r ft Charley Hayes who has been sick for some time is improving Will and Walter Bustle pf near Andrews was over Chrrstmasjtb see their best girls VMrJand Mrs M M Blodme c spent the first pf tne week vAyth Mrs Stephen Cash v 0t iJU Wallen has been aUftsuiUs Sftthisnow iin he JiasJo gb iil tk function Cit t Misses r hand Ella 4aSlln Jeft yesterday4 for Juuctjoh tq ttfvjiere they will enter schcbl hild 1 en of RIiIt y muchf improved r A Frbminent Chicago Wga1 V j I Speaks fBrcjf Rbxa Tyler of Qhicago Vic President Illinois Womaii l- 7Ai 1 n eakiniofCh r 1 nSCol1 lReDledY Say Vl fered vi th a severe cold this fijil which threatened to run iiitbipnffu monii rentVUiHl E I I bl1 mM efto grow Wor Mi tle medicine upset mjr stprpp 1i Aifri nd advised ine tb fJy C ni berlains Cough Remedy I fbUnd it was pleasant to lalceo r I1rcnnevecfihe without this1 feM l ioJ t m dj9 t1tJ For PJi Theo Lesley Druggist Mt Y Ii brr Beat Out of an increase ii ij iJ f rpmifteTitaeditor writsi 1 Q the adeVtisemelit 4f Cliambams Cf1pl fb l S iut 1fu I enieyJ I kn eftiinted thatas a sbldiej iiiIexiep M tand 48 c9n racf 4J K gtryn1igea this reniedy has kept me frpni ting iti ei lni pen Qntv ryf XPeVala dse bf st tltisUnequaJt quic1f ht tai rtii 9 ttt k 1tyA u Vettldtl r tt Ij If m rI 1 rs tJYt t Bt1 I t t r 6 4i 7 ifftrI1 Mj M IN t Jt ff l i tYIfjSt t- 1 J IL rotf 7 Jit p 0apJ QCK yfI Igurrr o f r Ijh 1 I m 7 I Tfrsd- rev Eir or Ii J ItI it J w V F i Att = i Hl lIe l f G iRl t I H ilHd m rnh1nijfi 1ft1j f rrt 1fkl bW S rHarris t je1f 1 IiJrt 0 ifflt J t t We soJ l lj c Qil l fi s t kq f 1J iil r s 1ift1t p a t uukatt nlQt ne1intru at P ijifj t 9 cF 1id1 fJd tt11Jk LWjtr IeJaqons In Q7l o dt J t p 6 1i R i JS q if r i J t ROB k lief i E fAsi+ Jf tle i 1tlifi J t 1T f tt y jr t ox 1tIr 71 J RC BT 1 0Jlt t J E 2 JrC1ff 0r1V1 t7 E f ftF 1i Jf J s y w Y It lcOIl in1bii 1i f trf ti BIika tt mI gstt tf i ltIqt JJj PIOU1U clJUt I g f o l1T Wilfitr i If i s IJ fWShJ n t WJ1h yvoarQ nt t t i ifIi1 riBO T7 1K1 j v Jr BR1ha Jf jj a llJttw 1 SignalM1t 15 1 si j 7 rFIfIDi1Y J4 I9osI 1 Y t PUjjs4eJcpcryJriday6Jl E6AR S ALBRIGHT tt BCjUPT16N ONE YEAR 100 4Advcrttsiugrafcs made known on t application y t j XTHE last two theepea ernon and vicinity of the wisdom of maintaining and heartUy supportiug a mtifalcipal corpofation It is with the people wietlier or not they vlll breathe thetbieath of life into her Almost lifeless Body and put tier wheel s again Thetki Signal is forthe selection f of good businesslike property f holding trustees who have brains f enough and busings capacity tot onXa sound and economic Vbasis con sistant with public improvement Levy a reasonable poll prd ty aiid occupation tax do away with triitia dut3ron oiif greets clean them up and keep them clean b i contract maccadamize them a they should be and can be build good s14ewalks throughout our town keep an accurate account o every cent collected and paid ou f aui make a statement to the pub lie evet3six month of the finani dial condition 6f the coiporati4- t and there will be no trouble at all The business and professional inen should be willing as good citizens to giv a small partof their time toward vpromoting the general welfare oLur to vnIii f other Swords we iiabd more locaL patrlotIslll The JIand most bLt oatshould control its inunicij afI fairs Let our people meetatod consult together for the con good Th t nv AJButilIthe close of the 2oih j ceuttir Twjtness an improvement in Jlhe mdiaie of tne people or will i atthe peddle of Greece and IJhil Became so far lost to other things that their morals vviltbe sad ly ntg1ec tear Xettliattbefls it may it is more aIwonderful freing and notwithstand ing God once wept that he made HeInow his intelligence FcTHE anterior journal has put in nomination ti succeed Senator Jones as chairman 6 the National D l meseB McGreary and we now arise to seccpiid life nomination To our mindno better selction can be made Tie way in which he con ducted our teState campaign is- enough to show to the world that he is aborn fighter and in every way suited to the position 0 course we will elect him to th United States Senate but doesni f prevent Ms being for National chaifmatr and ye arex for him first lastandall the time Cow OUNTQf Indiana we ar informed will return to his farm where hie undoubtedly should have beenall this time he has been try ing tcract as Governor ifne has farminvg StateSAnd if he is asrneara blank in the formeras the latter We drop atea of pit pr the poor old cuss an estthar mankind judge hi net being a very bad wan bu rather as one whom the Almighty foilteuamount of intelligencer THE friends of the other candi dates for the Gollectorsiiip in the iighth ate causlng3 little delay fnd contusion aboiitr the appoint inenj of Judge Denton by telling t ifeesident that lie tad failed on al occasions with his mail te contracts A compromise ich is mo e than likely to take ace will probably result in the JpJ intment of some one of Gov Bradleys r eudsr THEKJE has been agcealrdealsaid tint whetlierGro r Cleveland ted for McKinley or Bryan or An ier he voted at all it seems o us that it is a matter of little im jportancehow he voted His vote only counts one and his influence t present less than one So let km rest fish andliunt ducks ASTORIA1 r 1 Hava Always Bought hrs fife aiureof Y LIVIt Rufus CftUdress own the first o iis brother Dr Chile John Howell and T ft jor Maretbtj Sfattfordand ex gngtou hey might hunt L Maretburg but wht will they doth other places c ti Mrs RBseis verY lick th szvee- I1rs JliC Mullns j r sic 1vrt e JtJ reported that lrrsB Mi oifer has been app inted Po- istress t o Lvingstop J u IC- IWaid I i r resigned WeYha4 I othefswere tiPLgran tstqj tibn but aa t e n t Wit1 1itP1 7 lla7e noelfingaasx y Mr3 Cook and hisda igit t 7heof theof nd Sa q lea ldlw usass JrIJkiiThe little Judge says she is go ing away as soon asv Love v comes lifter her Your corespondent was invited to a Xmas dinner at the home of K A Herrin well what we did for that dinner wasenough but I have tO confess that for kind treatment we have never received better may we meet again at Christmas cheer Mr A W Soward one of the finest gedtleman we have ever met has severed his connection with Kentucky Colonel we are sory to have him leave us but think per haps he may serve the great com neon people in his new position beiter than he has haGan opportunity to do before We are sorry to know that our old friend Mr John Walton is on th sick list too much turkey John The Parsou got the line under his Narative as did others ftoo many eggs thetheredmany MiSs Lillie Butner of Wildie who has been teaching in our school has ieavingemany sad hearts a niong our little ones come again Miss Lillie our latch strings hang out side for 3 ou Ed you must not look for a long letter this week as we have all been fullof turkey and other thins todpatinatv J W Sams has just returned dfrom Conway and other points and leaves us for Louisville to fin ish his course Dr Sams is come ing to the front and has been successful inhispta tie MrJ H Hagan and wife have just returned from a visit toCorbin Hugh reports a fine time liuntin if ills wife should report I cant say what Imight write in regardJtoit W O Burnes and wife have re tqrned from an extended visit at Lexington and Paris Mr M Brown of Mt Vernn w shere Y liting YW t J QA 1Zf family Bessie and Jalia Reynolds were here visiting their aunt Mrs J A Mullins I Our old frjend Tocey Brooks was here Sunday visiting his many frieuds Mr A J4 Saras has just moved into his new residency which is a beauty v JudgeWFt Wayne Ind but did not return alone as a beautiful young tlady was leaning upon his arm H having been married to Mss Id Fairfield of Ft Wayne Dec 26 Miss Ida made many friends while on a visit to Ky some time since Alvhfis a model ybung man Whom your correspondent has nown from early childhood we tip our hat to you lVIrand Mrs Raines may you v ing and pros perA very pleasent irpdse party wasgven by the young pldple led by Miss Martha lam at the resi dance of Hon San Ward in honor of Miss Maggie Hansel pad brother tp Mt VernbiK Mrs Cook of Covehere at J Jidinghrdaughter Mrs G M Ballard Avbojs verY ill j W K Sheridan formerly cheir laslfects spine ladies MtSMsays she i subiect to it J XT rjORLANDOf Y1 A 1 oneiFisli s hops e on tlie Win fist farm nearHere was destroyed by liea few days since Lewis elltvs pccupying the house a fctinie saved most of bt iebold eiGfectsV l T Joliu ibii the sic J rtofStan1ford sician Rev R E Bell is teaching school at McMews Ch PIgood attendance Ben Childress has returned to M t Vernon wheie he is lending school D B Langford was in town Tuesday t Grover Johnson Jack Lasevell John Anderson who are attending school at Berea was home during the holidays Miss Effa Laswell has been on the sick list for several days Willis Allen was here on busi ness Tuesday Died Albert Allen little boy three years old died last Sunday eveningMarried Christmas eve Mr And erson and Miss Ida Helton mayflowers be shown along their path WILLIAMS FILES NOTICE OF CONTEST ICharles E Herd representing Dr Williams of Mt Ver non yesterday yefved notice of contest on the Han George G Gilbert of the Eighth Kentucky r conItestprise as it was t1 understood among Kentucky Republicans and so an wouldtnot carry the result of the election to Congress The grounds of con test are similar to those advanced in the present Congress against Mr Gilbert by Judge George 11 Davi son viz the allsged unlawful act of the Kentucky Legislature in gerrymandering the county of Jackscn from th Eighth to the Eleventh Congressional district At the recent election Mr Gilbert received 1044 majority The county of Jackson in the Eleventh district gave a Republican majori ty of 1513 and Dr Williams claims that he is entitlen to this yotefjoritycver Mr Gilbert jThalConghj i 1 t You have used aU f i sorts of coughreme idies but it does not 1 I yield it is too deep 1 gearai I t e out in time but r fit is more liable to I produce la grippe i pneumonia or a seri i Ious throat affection I I11thats rep an ui fuo I I SCOTTS I JIeverythingi I is no flifLY w J ltf Its hard but io atfainbiffIr s V u ar lI l1houIdI nourishing food medicine 11 = 3N Jl d I4rISS L 1 tt trlotll tew 1laaIfakin lfff1H r11m141f MYERSs OFFICu At Ilr hce ro erty it l ihnwl srr1mrNUiIrlAal J 1llifbtmrF1n A Lp3tiHIV MgetablePreParationfarAs- similatino ilteroodandlleula ting of PrornnessandResLContaills neither 0PiuinMorppine norlfateral 11OT NAfCoricF 3 tip Ll SccuntAb 8mna- XA4IfSarSIAoiu Ser4 + j uttJa S d forconstipa1Tion Worms Convulsions feverj5h ness am1 Los OT SLEEP Fac Simile signature or NEW YORK it b Yn 011 J1t 50 Ql l r d i EXACT COpy OF WRAPPER rl rl3 3 and jbhaj our are rush into are begin and PAN and Gfrptlcs Feriiale Panacpa cures all Disease I Messrs BAHHENTINE SONS Scfilater Miss write CURE We have statement hich wou l like make FlU Tljons a try Female Panaceas lie saiclltlll t eared her and She had been and the doctors hall die BARliENTIXE t Scliluttr I Druggists Sell G P Sale byC Davis Co Mt D ALL TO tto us see 4A t BARGAINS FRANK JONES Granulated Light Brown Sugar 6eArbuckle Coffee JicLion Coffee I2r Best Green Coffeis IACanned locx Best Walt QC loc M alper bushelr 0 550 Qtp 65C for Ibs pounds soda for cents California Hamsp gc Mens Hats 750 up Shoes from 850 up Clothing mews suits from up A ll grades oalicoes 5 2ctp L 650 1 11 fflijr CAl TORIA II i1or Infants CEildttu I The Kind You Have Always Bought I Sears the- Signature of III USe For Over Thirty Years CASTO RIA THe ceNTAUR BLINDFOLDED 9 Mother is the manner in which rs allowed to womanhoodand thisis why so many women martyrs to disease Begin even before the menstrual periods give your daughters GFP GERSTLliS FE3CALE lCEA regularly andthey will become strong ea3thy vivacious heauti hppyFemale in ProfuseandScantyL as follows A REMARKABLE remarkable we to to is teedto G F P Gerstleos authesound well having gic oc up to R L U OXS Is F Write INDIES iiEiini ciri nisiiyni- rcare treo ifsyour For Vernon Ky TA x l U ElERYD n y1 NotiOlsHatsiShoes fMENS SUITS WOOL FROM 3 Over Doas From 3oo JBDD i Sb 8jyQ gs a o yourself CbX ROiy 5tAT sugasf631c y 1 x to Dry Meat v Lard BestPateutFlour f Bestshistuff ioo 2 5 perJb f 300 hisYetkJ G v Overcoatsfro JIPi r i New a to T L GEKHTLE t for uj concerning case L L 5 i i r Ribbons Laces Ladies Hose Men s Hose all as cheap as the cheapest Goods delivered in any part of town at your door SATURDAY is my bargain daycat Wades old stand Livingston K NOW A TURKEY TRUST ft orl Commonwealths Attorney Frank ttrl if Peak pf Slhelbfville charges iir key buyers of that county with forming a trust and win Jay rae matter before the January grand jury The turkey industry m Shel by Bounty amounts to many tho sl- nd1 Collars He charges buy s Wth dividing the county into dug tri ithe buyers from one part llthe7Cpunt agreeingto not gpJinto1 fr partsv rtdTestrictin g bompd tition generally 1 rh j r ttl1 I J t l tlRIDtIY nn4 190- 1l Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT S vw t SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOOrr to Advertising rates made known on ajplicafionr fIe Wv it THE experienceltpf the last two uionths ought to convince the oI t pie of MtSVerrion and vicinity of the vWisdora of maintaining and mublciPalbcoifpofation iilt is with the people wlietlierW uot they wlll breathe the bieath of life into her almost lifelesabodw and put lierftrfVheeis again SsJv TheSial is for the selection f of good businesslike pro ereY hpl4ing trustees who Have brains enough and busin ss capacity to pruu our city governmeift on a sound and economic Vbasis con sistant with public improvement Levy a reasonable poll pr ty a occupation tax do away with fIr iUtia duty on our streets clean them up and keep them clean by contract maccadamize them as they should be and can be build good sldettallts throughout ou town keep an accurate account of every cent collected and paid out I auk make a statement to the pub lie evety six month of the finanj dial condition of the corporation and there will be no trouble at all The business and professional men should be willing as good Citizens to giv a small part o f their time t war d promoting the general welfare oL bur town In totlicr5wprds we niifmbre local patriotism The I and most- buswess like Cltii1rl tQ a sb ullontroi f is utuntci aI- fairs let Par pepple meet afad consult together for the coni Ih s r 1 goodnet 1k 1 But will the close of the 2pih century witness an irhproveraent i- nthemorof the people or will theyHlv eftne peddle of Greece and Rrmeqeooth so far lost to other things tHat their morals wilLbe sad ly ritfgifcctedl Let that be gs it l11yit is more clearl demoristraied that 1n nis a wondgrfiilbeinggndiotwitUstand ing God once wept that he made mon because of his sinfulness He could now surely admire him for hisintelligencd tH1fI erlorJQi1rnaL has put in n6minatipn tosucceed Senator Jones as jchairman of the National Democratic committee GPV James B McGreary and we now arise to S ccoll ltiielnamim tion To our mind no better selction can be made in which he con yd campaign is enough toshowtp the world that heisabpru1figfifer and in every way suited tb the position 0f course we will elect him to the JUiiited States Senate r but doesrft preventhis being sete for National chairman and we are for him first last and all the time Goy MOUNT of Indiana we are informed will return to his farm where he undoubtedly should have been all this timeliehas been try ing toact as Governor if he has any better ideas about farming f than running the affairs ot a State And if he is as near a Blank in the tearr of pity for the poor old cuss and suggest that mankind judge hi nct as being a very bad r man bu- rather as one whonr the A1nii r endowedwish duly a lintite- amount of intelligence THE friends pf the other candidates for the CoilectPrsliip in the ighth ale cousin a little delay ndco1ft1siQh abotttthe apppiut jent of Judge JLTentbri by telling t esident that lie had failed on al occasions with his mail te contracts A compromise ich is mote than likely to take aceirwill probably result in the GoviBradleys Irieu 1s laidIportaute how he voted His vote only counts one and his influence present less than one So let ai rest fish andhunt ducks XASTOR1AT1 tnts and children Have Always Bought ors the nature of a- 14u r Ruf Childress own the first o iis brother Dr Chi John Howell and T tt br Matet SfaUfbrd andexbgwilliunttng Ueyi might hun Maretbur but wht wiltthey do 1 the other lace rsrIrsl is very sicksthts wee kJ Mrs B C Mulltnxig ic t ILisd hi y 7 batI nSrB olfer has been app otnled APO t istress or ivirigtPtit ll1 1vri t Waidresigned w W Yha Ye 1itihnP1t liave not ngtas1- r i Cook and his daugh t lies giv en entire itifal- ie c ublie elude they hayr of theof eGJ r rtdSqt ve tells jW IliS Iss I The little Judge says shV is gu lug assay as soon as Idye comes after her lrYourto a Xmas dinner at the home of H A Herrin well what we did for that dinner wasenpugh but I have to confess that for kind treatment we have never received better may we meet again at Christmas cheer Mr A VV So ward one of the finest gedtleuian we have ever met has severed his connection with Kentucky Colonel we are sory to have him leave us but think per haps he may serve the great v com mop people in his new position beiter than he has had an oppor tunity to do before We are sorry to know that ourold friend Mr John Walton ison th sick list tOOl much turkey John The Parsou got the line under his Narative as did others rtoo many eggs Mr and Mrs 7B Lair and little heredmany Miss Lillie Butner of Wildie who has been teaching in our school has returned to hem home leaving many sad hearts a motg our little ones come again Miss Lillie our latch strings hang out side for 3 ou Ed you must not look for a long letter this week as we have all bee otherathings Mrs W P Raines was called tol Rowland by amessage stating that1 adanaty returneddand other points and leaves us for Louisville to fin corneIcessful inhisPraotice Mr J H Hagan and wife have just returned from a visit to Corbin Hugh reports a fine time hunting if his wife should report I cant say what I might write in regardyto it W O Burnes and wife havere turned from an extended visit a Lexington and Parts llr M Brown of Mt Vernon washerevisiting Wm Tabbuan d rfamily Bessie and Jalia Reynolds were here visiting their aunt Mrs J A MullinsOur frj end Toney Brooks S was here Sunday visiting his many friends ntoMr A J Sa ros has just moved l new residence which is a beauty JudgeWFt Wayne tnd but did not return alone asa beautiful young lady was leaning uppn his arm He having been married tP Miss Ida Fairfield of Ft Wayne Dec 26 Miss Ida mode many friends while on a visit to Ky some time since Ahl1is a model jbung man whom your correspondent has Known from childhood weearly tip our hat to you Mr and Mrs Raines may yotiyjn and prosper partstby Miss Martha Ham at the rest deuce of Hon Sam Ward in h ofMiss Maggie Hansel and brother ptMt Vernpju MrS Cook of Cove is here at ihTk very ill 4eif1faltlvijthhisinaiiy friends here Hand leffc FpdlrJ9r laoiner IIt J ngular hot1t crPup ef j Bets some ladies Mrs Msays she i Subject to Jt v i rf iEGO R LAN Q O1 i C InloiteFislis rho tse ou the Win farm near liere was destroye- by4fireafew days since lewis ell vas p umg the house at ttiiie b aerl most of hi hQlde ects br T Johns sic 1 StanIfordftissician Rev R E Bell is teaching school at IcMews Chappie with a good attendance Ben Childress has returned toi Mt Vernon where he is attending school D B Langford was in town Tuesday i Grover Johnson Jack Lasevell John Anderson who are attending school at Berea was home during the holidays Miss Effa Lasweli has been on the sick list for several days Willis Allen was here on business Tuesday Died Albert Allen little boy three years old died last Sunday eveningMarried Christmas eve Mr Anderson and Miss Ida Heltou mayflowers be shown along their path WILLIAMS FILES NOTICE OF CONTEST ICharles E Herd representing Dr Williams of Mt Vernon yesterday servednotice of contest on the Hon George G Gilbert of the conItestprise as it was understood amon Kentucky Republicans and so announced that Dr Williams would not carry the result of the election to Congress The grounds of con testare similar to those advanced in the present Congress against Mr Gilbert by Judge George M Davi son viz the alhged unlawful act of the Kentucky Legislature in gerrymandering the county of Jackscn from th Eighth to the Eleventh Congressional district At the recent election Mr Gilbert received 1044 majority The county of Jackson in the Eleventh district gave a Republican majori ty oc 1513 and Dr Williams thistwhich ould increase his vote from I6j6o2 to iS iis or 4699 ma joritycver Mr Gilbert v i rUttttttttHtttt ik 1 ItnYou have usedall IsO rts of feme 1 1Ii seated It may wear i rjit= ro ace a grlpp = 1 pneumonia or a seri 1 ous throat affection I Ii1thatFen and build i btdy0r f 1 SCOTTS 1 I EMULSION twill do this when everything f dQubtilabol1E nSf up an I makes ihe body strong aijdlf 5 Jfcafthy not only to I Off ha hardcoughblittO I nagaintJ4fu f i frfiiH dowft or emaciated you ishould certainly take this I I j nkjurisljing food medicine 11 l anq ild acyits t 7rl k y 1II e torI am m1L1 MYER5 1t r iGii un1 A41 x muMnpt w ivvndttu AV getablePrcParattonIorAs similatino tlteFoodandiegula tina theStolnalhsandBotivelsol Promotes Di 5- nessandllestContains estiottCheerful neither 0PiurnMorppine norMateral OT NARCOTIC e Put plrin rccI dlk fJIr eSA4 S d- aifJit tyxennilJtJI IAperfect Remedy forConstpa Sto oca Convulslons FeverJsh ncss 8m1 Loss OF SLEEP Fac Sunte Signature or NEW YORK J DOJ f 15llfrs EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER Q 1 2 3or I the in dau rs are to into why so many wo men are to even and give ana will wives and hap py j i cures all inL 1 Sunnres eL rd sii etc J SONS miss write as fellows A CURE statement which we would Thorw isawhose period hud old Viin n wie One day her carne into our jtClrtI ye G F P Il said hi Ilj i and wo told him that he could take it and if it did wr any r l II c did so and one dose save relief one 11 ijywell She had been having his and the doctors had r R L R SONS Ic I G FP HEllTH For Sale by C L Co Mt Ky rix v d 1 l WC frill of f 31r E the sand are the two L y AT y v GlG Coffeer c JV 12 Best Green Coffee V Goods SIB toxbc Best Dry Salt v QC Lard jt Moc Meal per v j 550 Flour x for for 5 cents perJjr Qc Mens 75C up y Shoes from 85C up meiis suits from 3 Q Up V this f rI coats fro Pt IIIi ICI1TogiA The Kind Have Always Bought II Bears IISign ture J I Thirty I CASTORATNL BLINDFOLDED thaB is manner which allowed rush ana thisis disease Begin before begin GF Use For Over Years PANACEA regularly they become strong health and benui iulvyoungVnen happy Feiiiale IanacRal Female Diseases Inflammation Pnint Profmm Jjeucorrhoea Tumors AII1tENTINE ScMater rDruggistsLlontlIRoue REMARKABLE menstrual likctcinaketoyon stopped Gerstles Female Panacea whilo liottlc KiviARUKNTIXH Hchlater Sell Write to INDIES eta ns lanarTf nn care L GEnTLE t Co lor frt uavi your ca Davis E YDAfIS J u Bargain Day it line Dry Goods Notions Hats Shoes and Groceries W MENS SUITS ALL WOOL FRQN 3T05Over Doa FroTH 3oo feo 800 1 In buying price quality fprXv yourself i tl COXRO1 0InositCoultHoiiseMt Vernon LKy BARGAINS FRANK JONES Granulated Sugar 6cLight Brown Sugar Arbuckle 4 Lion Coffee i5hi Meat bushel Best Patent 6oto65c- Bestshi1stuff ioolbs2 pounds soda California Hams Hats Clothing AlKgrades Calicoes week dxbf lrl-i Ovr 6soit if You the hl Mothers womanhood martyrs menstrual periods yourdaughters txERSTLS FEMALE vivacious concerning Vernon have 3fedfe Canned Ribbons Laces Ladies Hose Mens dose allascheaiJ as the chea estpoods delivered inn any part of town at your door I SATURDAY is my bargain d Yiat Wades old stand Livingston KyJ 1 i NOW A TURKEY TRUST Commonwealths Attorney Frank Peak pf Sihelbf ville chargestur key buier fthat co nty tvitli- forming a trust and will ayVttfie matter before the January gran- djufyrJleturkey industry m Shel by spuiity amounts to many thous nd gpllars He charges bUy s w th diyj ing the county inta d trlCSC the buyers front one part 0f r the b4nt agreeing o not goJlfiibr filler patt jfrld restricting comjp i teon generally f lifif i j MtVern on rgjt t 11tyVERN 2n 4 TL9IL- ouisvLLt O L p I 1 4 NASHVILLE R R Co I TIME TABLE 24 north rios a in 26 north 1 rJ32a in 23 south 4vv v I57 P 1P 25 South V 144 a m lAS LANDRUM Agent filtered at the Mt Ver1LyPostocfice a sec s noclass mall matter MASONIC Ashland Lodge N6 MO niuuis 3rd Mon JaylOAw r CHURCHES Christian Holds services 1st 3r Sunday at 11 am and at 630 1 m Presbyterian Holds services on the 4th Church Services on the Second Saturday night and Sunday Suuday School at 9 a m every Sunday Prayer meeting on Tuesday nights iPersonaL 1 J 1 f R B Mullinsis verJ sick Emmet Hansel has scarlet fever Lee Chestnut was in Louisville Monday Mrs Georgia Rice spent last week in the city r RL Brown was m Frankfort the first of the week E B Coxand F L Thompson wentTto the city last night t G CV Williams is in Louisville attending to some legal matter Albert Hiatt was one of the new additions to the College this week Grover Price was one of then w additions tothe college Tues day Mrs Cleo BrOwiispent last week jf with frieudsaiidrelatives in Stan W 1 v DrM Pen nington has moved his office up stairs in tJfcroidfsbrick hotel t Willie Mullins son of Elishua Muilins entered the college here Monday J E Fish of Texas is back in Rockcastle visiting old friends and relatives Lytle Adams left Tuesday lor Lexington where he will enter State College Sam Brown left Tuesday night for Louisville where he will enter the law school Mr Hiram Fisli has ihoved tne property recently vacated byI Tj A Laudruin Miss Ida May Adams opened a school in the public school build ing here MondayS James Orear of Mt Sterling stopped off here yesteday while en route to Pineville Mr and Mrs W F Welsh of McKee were visiting Dr 11 Pen iiingtou last week j Miss Annie Green of Versailes is here attending her sister Mrs Miller who is very sick J T Gentry who has been con fined for the past week with typhoid fever is much improved Misses Sallie and Ada McWhor ter1 of Crab Orchard were the guests of Iv rs Dr M Pennington Mrs Rome Adams and children of Ljviiigbiou spent several days wth Mraud Mrs R Ik Mullins last week Miss Dovtf B Letcher has re sigued her position in the college aqTd leaves for her home in ichI mond tomorrow It is certainly stun fortunate that thislnstitute inyst lose the splendid service of Miss Letcher She is a most 4or ugh teacher iu latin and She has done much to b ilduptlel scjgiool nd is np w leavipg when it ijeeds her most Boeing blessed with a very superior mind she is a great honor to the college church and society She inot only loved vljy the pupils of the college but reatlyjidmired gby the people of bur town anidvitiiswith sincere revr v gret tUeyiniistsay good qye 1 K MondayforBryan and StrattOn business college Mi s Bertie Hilton of Lancaster was here last week on her way to Brodhead to visit her hom olk- sIIliterior Jotirnaf Walter Bustle Fred 1VttlRnStle Miss Ellen Wilds were the pupils from i distance who en tejred the college this weak Eugene Wilspn Hubert Barnes and E L Gooch of Bee Lick have gone to Lexington where they will enter IC U College William Walker representing the Richmond Monumental Works was here this week placing some tombstones at Maretburg and Pine HillBurdette Whitehead SOIl of W B Whitehead who has been in South America for the past four years arrived home New years morning IQCIL Read the ad of Dr Myersin all other column and when you need any teeth filled give him a call For Saleor Exchange one one acre lot and house with six rooms JA Preston Livingston Ky- nov233mo FOR SALE I have four thor oughbred EnglishIrish bulldog pups which J desire to dispose of I will sell for 250 a piece wSR WALLIN BRODHEAD KY TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggist refund the money if it jails tto cureE W Groves signature is on each box 2scts When you come to tovn go to F LTurpins restauiant where you can get any kind ot a lunch you want In basement of old prick hotel oct gtf Iiss Rebecca Renner daughter of Elishua ileuner died Saturday of typhoid Tetfer fhi makes nine case iafffeveraud hvojjeaths which lyMrthe past two months NOTICE All persons indebted to me will please call ands tt Ie your accounts at once The first of year is now at hand and all ac counts must be settled by that time W M POYNTER Dec 21 3t DEAD Mrs Elizabeth Ramsey mother of S B and Pleas Ramsey died of cancer Dec 23rd To those who were so kind during her long sickness the reavedfami1yde sires to express their thanks and appreciationFor Having decided to change my business I deisre to sell my farm situated at Maretburg Rockcastle connty This is one of the most desirable farms in the county will sell cheap and on very easy terms S N Martin Maretburg Ky Jan 4tf IN COUNTY COURT Wulker Snodgrass Richard Sowder and E T Fish were each finedJ and cost for being drunk Will Owens Geo and Charley Lovell Green Cox John Mulhns James Pence audR L Jones were each fined 5 and the cost for jumping off and on noviusr trains To nil the Farmers of Rockcastle Co You all know that in the last eighteen mouths I Jiave been doing all I can to make something out of our coun ty Rockcastle can be one of the leading counties you will al take an interest in tobacco ras ing I dontwant you to pay out any money but to dp a little more work It is disheartriin to look ti the price ot our laud there to what it is in Gallautin Carroll and Grant o Land sells here irpm 20 to I ooperacre Our land land there is better and mote smooth that this land here Tobacco is the cause of the difference in the price of the laud 1 will have ii tobacco man in Mt Vernon Satur day Januray the 12 want all the farmers that can to meet him thereV and he will exphiiIto you 15 what ought fobedbn V rY Pt i9J TS 4J L tJ t STOPS THT COUGH AND WORKS SO1jHE COLE Laxative B qmq Juinine Tablets cure a cold in Sneday ijTp cure no pay Price 25 cents Mr and Mrs J T Prrrrde sire vs to express through u c col umns of the SIGNAL their heartfelt thanks to the people of Mt Vernon and community for the many favors and kindness shown them during the sickness and in the death of their little daughter We know that the offic of town trustee is not at all times pleasant one and carries with it no pay I is therefore difficult to get able patriotic and public spirited mer to accept such places But everyman owes certain duties to his home people and when called on to accept a public trust he should do so for the public good We desire to call the special attention of the people of Rockcastle that we have an able young dentist who has located with us and is now ready to do all kinds of den tal work He has his office in the old Dr Brown residence He is well equipoed with all kinds of in strurrents for any kind of dental work you might need He COmes among us highly recommended thoroughly prepared for his work having graduated from the Cincin nati dental college and had three years practice If your teeth need any kind of attention give him a callSDEADMr J T Stephens age about 70 died of blood pois011at his home near Scaffold Cane this county Saturday morning A month or six weeks ago Mr Steph ens as we have been informed received a very small injury on his hand caused by a ragweed and so insignificant as he thought at the time paid but little attention to it but only a short time passed until his hand and arm began to swell and pain him very severely Aj few days betore his death his arm was amputated but too late tpj bring any relief Mr Stephens was once sheriff of this county and foi several years held the oSBce ofl mag istrate In his death Rockasl- eises1bnerofher hestandmost honored citizens Her leaves fa1 wife who was Mrs Angie Clark and two children Mrs JJ Bran WhOJistJf pauaiaeLaxativethe remedy tbaf citrvai a cfc day POSSOM HOLLER Level Green Dear Dditor Christmas with its joys and sorrows its hog killings and good things to eat and drink is gone anda new year is Upon us bringing for the firit time in 100 years the dawn ofa New Centur- ySomethinga melancholy thought that no livingman or woman of today will live to witness again Of the 100800 persons that first beheld the light on January istr 1801 only rog are today livingto celebrate that great event and of the 4500000000 human being born during the past century not more than ys are living today What a vast multitude to assemble before the Great Tribunal and live throughcut eternity The fa tthat the past century has accomplished more for the bet terment of mans condition iii every respect than any other 500 years can not be denied yet much improvement morally and reli iously might be Brought abut be fore tie human famills perfect- and this is the proper time for each Of us to form good resolu tions and try to bring about a general reformation in our lives so that we may be fully equipped to join that innumerable army in its silent inarch to the Grralb eond I asked Betsy to point put some of my worst defects fellihg her I wanted to makespme slight changes iirmy every day waiks words al1- elworks3u after seriOus feflec jtioiis for a full miner she said Buck says sie your defects are so numerous and your snort llwoi1ldrtotkV v big llor there tp stop therebore- AritjIr r i 4ti mfad icc to you Scone that oves ypu and I cant see she does IsTurn round hoist your sails and go in the opposite direction wit n steam up and by the help of Him who helps all who helps themselves you may yet get into port Now I in living up to her advice We are having some cases of La Grippe Henry Catron Rev C D Burnett and Mrs Katy Cotron mother of Sheriff Catron are all confined to the sick roornbut all seem belter at this time Samuel FV Brown who took a ahIv11letoday to enter the law college there Deputy Grand Sockdologer El kin of the Maccabees will organize at our schoolhouse next Satur daynight a tent I believe they call Wood Stock lodge F A M elected JVN Brown W L David R Gentry S W C H Mc Kinney T W G M Sowder S DJohn Inabreitt J D Vm T So6Greer Secty fH Poynter Lr and J T Brown Tyler for the- ensuiugear They will haea public installation and oyster din ner January the 26th A J Sears has a lull store mrelisi doing a rousing business now School will open here next MonV day No better or cheaper school for training teachers in tliis couiiV try Give usa trial and be cpii vinced Pollytix is deader an rliere now hit occasionally we see a Republican candidate sproutin up John Wesley whose surname is Kirby informs methat he is a candidate for assessor ana that he will be elected Well if we MUST have Republican officers I suppose Kirh would fill the onejio which he ai5 spires as successfully and satisfac trily as any one else in the whole CQ lntY9I sometimes thing Ill run lor Supt pp Schools for the office wo 7d suit me whether Tsuitl tile offi eor not The whole pfj Possum idiier is for me and they h1fmeif I dont Betsy sends her rej kr shnd claims a New Ycars ft J T e f f f i Go to Turpin BrosT iii lnSeinen li Jrick hotel for freslv fish jIJLI u1JresbKruger is confined to liiiblfnjl illness at The Hag- ueBALD tfltJjl T 1lout neverg It spread SP0T3 ing until I at last vour friends say How heis- gettii easy to cure I baldness but f the J lstithirrhinigeasy ta check the first falling out Used in time bald ness is ma d c pinlpos siblewith help a bald spot smaller keeps bald totistop VIQQ It stops falliiig promotes growth 2 out all dandrUff It always restores grayhaircplorof rly lifsClfpu may depend upon jt iIigshealth S1OOabettle AH DfHwUts have lsectvQurR lrYiacir At aip greHtly with hart Ifl1V one t ttaQt tiMl tet- I UKlhtlJeLui WITT Mreh 2 18 CanoTaJkJtek WMJatIM IffndoJ ntnwAiA an tbbjitAtiicnn jcpctetL fru ts v st ii 4V1i t wriem tht Doctor jtJt 1 ddrcu DJt JO Ayl J p J 3Sr J teen yffieadf J f8f v ldltJ anything done Conic and see4 me it WESLE j tS t DRUGS I O R MT VFRN6X KI hafe withdrawn from the SiCXAt offipc on account d the closL confinnient and a long needed rest Ivill run a first c1tss Watuhmaking shop do orkin work man like manner ami ih alLcases try to ltliver vprk the same daytit is brought to me Heretofqre I hafejen laboring under 1dVttiJ f f ages by having to vork on the paper in SIGNAL OFFICE through the day and cm Watchworkf night consequently couM not turn out work very fast I learned my trade under a GernVatf Vttchlnakersoile one of the best m the country J I v My 51lop is EqnippdWitjiimprid Macir I To loaffki sork andi1l acfd ori I do all kinds of f jewel ing pivoting put in balance staffs goldid silver soklering t repairvv spectacles umbrellas parasolSc i J Vf propjwithV 5 tJ at leisure times every town aneljpostoffice in tlcoltntJ tdT M C4 what work isto bedpiie gefbetter acquainted with time pe iandwp iup my business Whether you want ariythin or not com ndlleelme at WESLEY S DRUG STORE Mt VeriMKyso i1II pSi 5 f Yours with tliegfeatest of respctt S C FRANKLIN v liry l G R EENLFRIjiNIT 4r r f fj DRUG STORE iis the place to buy f DrugiPattht Medicines JewerSta4tioner eigars arid Toba coS07 tor 7i j rr Paints andOiJ J P escri plo i iiefully Compounded Prom pt Atten dti at pl1TiitiE Call Whenln TOWn f 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se1lthm r d t t r YJ l tT7 1 itI FfJri d145fc f 17SS7 i Make tN 1 1ite t 3 tiP4 j I 1J ptjt Ji t 7 tr L1 0 j W t F r j fi 6fk i i 1J h rr t Z 55f j t fJcV r jj i fIi i r d 1a trial and Youivill Coma4nrt f t r t jAIr rI f qf tk S jWi tti 1o Yr 1 f rtp Jfif 1 e r f STL QdPr 1mh i J UJI 11 t i l1 fJIIttSf k LS jw l1l i i f lotA = =d GUIADiIMSf G- l neraJ Merchandises MtVr flonKy fuj tiQmf1 N I ttnn j Y 5 1 0 v 4 e rl 1if1i1rJ 1 ffII f Jrn 00 U tt ih L J L tr LanQ3 DCK ftcp- Jrfiller hadl phiffJehnt iChmtnias night trow Alfeels 01 which it had to lie UiiUo Tobacco b11e1nt prllc1uct which the lafmers i itle castle can raise can inakt vmoic dear nionCti out of it and atriJe gb r1ingJoe rr at raising it may V M 3 Farris bought Q 8iq Black 60 shoats af I1rcutsiChas Wood sold to MVjt Farnis a bunch of extra feeder rt 4Jc The Burgin Roller 1 ulk bought 8co bushels of wlie ttirn Rise r Miller at S3C delivcreK 4luniv phrey Hudson sold to f JFarsris 125 barrels ofornai i Mrv Farris also bought 200 barrels Ifo n Chas Gray of the Vestthndat 2 iAdocate r Y M J Farris bout of C T S Black 160 shoats t4saHcl uf Chas Wood a hunch of extra feeder at 4Xc He bought 350 barrels o corn at2Advoeatci X Hafriaf Fox 6i yearling cattle at 4C iV I Corn at225 hi the field sreport ed by the Woodford SuuD W f Scoott of Pine Grom sold to V vv Jonas Velb190 I50 pQund cattle JV at 485 The Burgin Roller AI ills bought Sop bi hels pr wheat pi Russel Miller sJL 830 4elivered y M Sv Baughpan sold to Fox tfc- gantif Danville seven thfeejyeai 0r oTdnlnleirt 875QnJ A Estes n bought pf J E lyiln 12 yearlings i fora 3oQ and OIc1tl im to Clay Sutton for 3o950rMark Hard ii sold to C anoy 16 short year fic lings at I Eoc Tatee a bunch of calves at vv The wheat crop of the Ignited Vv5 Staterfor 9u229 505 bushels The production pfornf t the same period iesti r Sated at 2fip5 102516 bushels 4 1 A fa rrlY good pdw ttnQed J ti l Ste ns4tale Rfrdi an h satiillact- 1Qfprtq s weree raalized Corn 111 crib dole a tI9 tQ a pats 2 ttti t Jg9 fPl1 t1ti itlipif tk iiRIIJ THOUSANDS SENT INTO EXILE Every year a large number of ptior sufferers whose tlu9gs are arerurged to go to an other climate But this is costly and not always sure Do tt he an exile when Dr1 hOCle1ItsIcir Coughs Colds and all Throat andLung diseases on earth The Frt t dose brings relief Astound ing cures result from persistent use i Trial bottles free at all Druggists Pare 5oc andf cpi Every bottle ui riitteed4h tj A DEEB 1YSTE- RIFIts v a U1sterywhyen en dur Backache Head H Nerv ancholylFaittillg thousans have proved that Electric Bitturs AVill quickly cure such troubles lsuffered for years with kidney trot1blsJYrites Phebe CHerley of Peterson la a lame back pained me sol fcould hot dress myself but Elec vtfict Bitters wholly cured me and aUliough 73earn old I now am able to do all my housework It overcomes Constipation improves Appetit gives perfect health rtnly 5 oc fin iraggists drug store a fI GIRDLES THE GLOBE The fame of Bucklens Arnica Salve as the best in the world extends rounder the earth Its the one perfect sealer of Guts Corns Bruises SgiesScaldsBoils Ulcersj Felons Aches Paihs and all Skiu Eruptions Only infallible Pile cure 2Sq a box at all Druggists Cut this oqt a nd take at Jot1teq fesley Druggist Mirug store and get a fre spin pile of Chamberlains B pniacli and iiYer Tablets the Best physic Thyjiisp curt dispr idetsof the q tdma h biliousness a 1ea achct i If troh1 vttif a r dies tavn belc sir mach or if jy ou feel di tffl aft r eatii try and Iiver ys drug y PAPER IS TORNED PRINT t t 0rC I r t x iHOMn MARKETS Corrected each week bygHouk Son Mt Vernon Ky 15CILion Coffee x I4c 15cIi per barrel 450 Belle of Lincoln per brl 425 Daisy flour per r barrel 4 oo Labelle flour 455 Bacon per lbIOC to I24C Danl Boone Soap 3 cakes sc Star Soap 3 cakes roc Rice No i per lb j4c Granulated Sugar per lb7cExtra Light Brown Sugar lb 63 + c Sprup Caramel gal bucket 350 1Sorghum best homemade gal 4oc tCalcoCalico all cheap grades 50 under Can goods 8 fee Clothing suitS75c to 1500 andioc in small lots IOcts in 1JMillethay on hand Eggs per dtz 11 Feathers per Ib 4 Cattle extra shippers 475 to 5 oo Cattle common 2 75 Jto 400 Hogs best heavies 505 i Hogs medium 495 Hogs roug hs75to 440 J Sheep extra good 425 10 445 Sheep common 300 to 375 i J ISoreand swollen joints sharp shooting pains torturing muscles noAArest no sleep That means- isiease to fight bin Chamberlains thouslandsever the opportunity is offered Try it One application relieves the pain For sale by Theo Wes ley Duggist Mt Vernon The Mothers Favorite Chamberlains Cough Remedy is the mothers favorite It is pleas ant and safe for children to take Indalways cures It is intended epseciallSfor coughs scoldscroup and whooping coughand is the l disJsesThere is not the least danger in giving it to children for it contains no opium or other in jurious drug and may be given as adu1tr MtVernonlIealthyMothers Few mothers are healthy because their duties are so exacting anxiety oflregnaRCY the shock or childbirth 6f young children are severe trials on a woman But with Wine of Cardui within hcr grasp every- motherevery woman In the landcan pay fl1edebt of personal health she owes her loved ones Do you want robu thtllthWlth all Its privileges and pleasures Wine of Cardui will give o vou NiCAEiJllistrengthens loratuweakencd functions For every female ill or weakness it U the best forIH Biwi Crete Gocmer JEeEr When I eoaaeacduxt glineoECardtiiIwac rdlyeJk lotraftacroNti bou6eTIrOwtckjelkl waited 1f a idle aod o4 eeaaiaweei1allUff ed with Uior jwins 24 hMsihMtNi On5IOtIe semi Mkcuiingiae duel Ocv hit time InreWA WraM hlea byw s eo1 pakiIbia my hoot I tbaftliGoiIiOd Wine o- fFe MJn Nq irinc8Pcd itteddnef fidYiAc rm MunaThtIi rpepMtaMQjTheChr too a C1 J701au Tcpa k 0CD Jj V F IJ 0 1 1fJ N f pJ 1 0 f rtO iw rtL r 6 rD M D D 2 hA i Q 0- n vI 0ro f n 0 fVartS aqD COURT CALENDAR Iv CouNTY COURT Fourth Mot day in each month MonIOctoberCIRCUIT COURT Second Mon day in February Fourth Monday in May and Third Monday in Sep temberMT VERNON POLICE COURT Third Monday in each month rP A Penninfttofl H D S Mn DEWTST N W Cor Third and ChestnutjSts LOUISVILLE KY Will be at Miller Houstrlt ernon during all Circuit Courts G W MCCIURE J W BROWN McCLURE BROWN Attorney sat JL aw MT VERNON KY All business entrusted to our care will receive prompt attention Office room No8 in the old Brick Hotel C CWILLIAMSI AottrneyatLaw Mt Vernon Ky i Office on 2nd floor of new jbrickfon Church street Specia attention given to collections t RG WIDLT- AMSAttorneyat Law MT VERNON KY J R LL bROW1AT- TORNEYATLAW a J MT VEIINON KEFTUC Special attention given toj col lectio- nsFU9N11URE AND UNDPRTPINGY h A full and complete tock All t orders filled promptly Motto CIB stg9isd1d Jo t P- BL4NKENSHIP rices IFMcrttlNi X lt f t rt ti j JJ RA JONES DENTIST STANFORD KYI Phone No 48 Office over Higgins McKenneys Store MACK ESTES Carpenter andI Cabinet Maker Mt Vernon Ky Mantle and Hatracks a y specialty TheVeranda Hotel x idsEpH COFFEY PROPR Stanford Ky Specially equipped for traveling men Sample room on first floor Bathrooms free to guests RATES 200 per day V i lrlDl silL it r I 9 i llWr a- rGI t noin OCEAN GC70iAN rei aa s i1Ai I f TJlfYAol t flOUJidaMt Vernon i i f rlr j 1tlSLlt 111d181 B 91iiCft Veriloi i CD l- n ro rD Wrt LOjlJ O ritrm S iro I o2x17P LW A CARSON Painter and Paper Hanger t Bivodl eacl Kentucky All Ttfork firstclass and guarau teed to give satisfaction Phone No1 MT VERNON LIME COMPANYMa- nufacturers of Lime and brick They also furnish Lime Buildiiig Store rough quarry face vor Qt Or1rsprdmptfy filled tr 3943 1 ST NATKHAI BANJ I OF LONDON KY j Capital 50066 t Surplus 15fOOt J T 7 BORFING M UOPE A President VicePresiditai ttk M ACK l N Cashier i VVR WANT YOUR BUSI NEt Jt t= t Miller Houstfi r HUGH MILLER PRorx Headquarters i it Cornt7iercl a1xr Porter at aU trains r i IkteI Frith t FR NCISCO Propr1J y Located Depot =atythel3O e lecG- 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