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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 2 w L 1 t I fId n 1etn n H OLTJME XV MT VERNO it JKL rrLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY TAN 18 1901 UMBER 17 TELL I1fYFRIENDSTO BE BRA yE ALt i pFARLESS AND LOYAL TO THE GREAT COMMON PEOPLE i t NEWS Items President McKinleys health continues to improve 1 Rt Rev Mandell Creighton D cJD BisTJOp ofXondoh i4cfead 1dh persons were killed by ah exrplqsKm near Manchester E gland i r Wi liam Neufeld was eldctrocut f eetatSing Sing for tlie murder of a tvomanw Sixty native rebels eri killed by a British punitive expedition in South Africa Alfred Gwynne Vanderbilt and Miss Elsie French were married at Newport R L Mrs Flora Moore of Williams burg has been granted pension of 12 per month The Italian ship Leoile was lost off the coast of Corsica and niany bodies drifted ashore The plea of intancv cuts a figure IB the Duke of Manchesters ban k ruptcf case in London The annual convention of the National tBuilding Trades Council is in session at Cincinnati A Russian Piince was arrested at Nice on the charge of plotting to take the life of the Czar James B Ireland of near Skill man vKy who has lived in three different centuries is dead The trial of the alleged murder ers of Jennie Bosschister the mill girl was begun at Paterson N J A rich gold mine is said to have been descov red in the Cumberland Mountains near Tullahonia Teun There arc at least t enty five cases ol ni lM Somerset ttcYlj leading business houses are closed j Cential of Nev Jersey railroad stock was bought by the Morgan syndicate at the rate fi6o a share i Fire at iagonda near Springfield 0 caused a loss of over 75 000 It is Believed One life was lost eIcoveslime the reins 01 government in aIfew days An Independent telephone asso ceation has been organized at Nlc11olasvil1 and wOrk will be be gun emmedi ely on the line The stockholders oTf the clefunct German Batik of LoVnsvifie have been assessed 58 on each snare of stock held to pay depasitons The American Cigar Company fortried at Trenton 1T J with a capifol of 10000000 win take charge 6t thfc American Tobacco Company Milland West of Lancaster has resigned his position as deputy Collector of Internal Revique and will get a 1000 clerkship under Commissioner Yerkev About the most important coal oil discovery which has been made for yeirwaS m Jefferson county t Tex The production is estimated Ii atjsooo barrels pertly Iirthe ast year there has eefi 1tf3l1et1ticrease of the rank of the Maccabe s of 5o66 The drl er although nlY2oyeatsoldn w numbers 500600 members Representative Berry has intro d eifa 1fu granting h6norable certifecate 1f discharge aiid grant lug jay toisetvic C to the fvolqn teerS who iepelled the threaten raid into Cincinnati by Gen Kirby I SmitliLgc qurttnf ofcoal oil has f feeeir aiscp yeredVat jBarbpursyille in All the surfpuridic K T county t ing i uds are beihg leased by the k liir ted cprppratidns among the tjiffeint was f1e repr 1JtlX J ttStaptrf m 1 ft Lj jf tSvt j i b H Pfr BRODHEAD ce Y Rev A Pike filled hits appoInt- ment at Buckeye church Sunday 1Mrsthe typhoid fexrtEi is some beter i Mrs JolnNewland is visiting at LetionJunction this week Old grandma Thafp is reptted very low r Bill flan dsct1 has a very sickv chiia The prospects Idofe like several new housed wiji be erected ii1our little town this year Mrs W A Tyree is much better this week Dannie Owens will start his ice faciory soon We have all got the railroad fever since we heard the new road was comming this way Let her come more work for W A Uncle Sam Timplin yas down from Altamont Friday lUG took back with him his wife who used to be Aunt Martha Roberts Mrs R S Martin and little Hugh were visiting S H Martin the first of the week Bert Roberts made a flying trip to Pine Hill Saturday Will Pike and wife df Livingston were visiting relatives here Saturday and Sunday Mrs Ed Newlaud is Yisiti hometolks near Lowell county gl Mis4 Helen Thurmond fro Stanford and the accomplished school inarm has come to commence he r schoolwB terYD6dyPw i tttseelier Tile little child of Whim Adams is very sick Mrs Hutchiso has returned from Kansas where she has leeti visit 111g ii Robert WilmpttJ Some better Richard Pike vfoas visiting vifi Pine Hill and Livingston Saturday andSunday l v y Misses Delphie1 Golyer and Amy Pike returned to their school at Mt Vernon Sunday accompanied by their best sweethearts C HFrih Ben Pike Where are you Mrl Crawtord Dont let the pike question drop for that is something we need Mrs Mattie Jarrett jvevy sick with the grip W A Tyree in completing the chimney to DnGraveleys house this week Miss Ella Jane Hall eloped with some fellow Saturdaytni 1it but fl f dout know him Mr W H Mtus is in our midst once more a mighty goodman T H Fritn is out either hunt ing posts luinber or trying to locate the te yirattroad we tan not say exactly b tp Willie Parks a hardware drum mer and a brother of Mrs JDf W E Gravely spent a Jew days here this week ti 1ICandy Jim Owens was suc cessful iucatchitiga large fox Thursday morning i m Beat Out of an Increase of His Pension JA Mexican war Vet tan and prominent editor writes Seeing lbcady rtisem tot eharViberlains- GtiStic f CiolcTa1ad liiarhoea Remedy l reminded that sa soldier in Mexico in 7 l1d4 81 contracted Mexican diarrndea and thjsferaedy has kept inc from get ting an incresise nDiy pension for 6n every riewai a dose of it restore ine Ki5unegualledas a quick cure for diarrhoea and is pleasant and safetb take For sale liy Thep Wesley Druggist Mt iIff4u L i S I Williams One of the Ablest Lawyers in Eastern Kentucky kLc ty r VjoftoJ i ORLANDO 7Jw GeoEvans has a very sick baby R L Porter Was in Ml Vef non MondayJudge Chenault was here a few days last week Rufus ChPdre s of this place has entefed school at My Vqrnon Geo Reams df this p lace was in Mt Vernon Monday to help with the Masonic goat A letter from W D L15vdl says he is getting along first rate in the Medical College r Lo Tate ourS clever Dpity Sheriff was Here last weelc onbnsi ness connected with his office i Jack LavelIwho has ireasles lias fftU1ii1ed hUm e froul Iref di reports Several cases in Berea Col lege v Last Saturday one of our cili zenswas on a very moderate drunk but when he checked up his busi Lness Sunday morning he was short just384 f GoeT Johnson has employed Mr Ove Evans of Richmond tCii iwork in his store Mr V waits on the trade in a verYbusiiJ- ntSs like manner fi This isa jJrogressive age affd since oar tovvuHsripver rUn Aviili civil engineersand suryort 1ioI are putting up many little with peculiar Lar son thfem We look aromrd for jopogressive signs n4 firstj ve not jce the water W rks yhijcti ct psist of pipes leatling from the various 4 the hiUr that lead springst of ourcitizens doors have no sewerage pipes andin consequence thereof isttte muddi est l seJoneart11 Vuotlier thing- efnoticeilDfle oripoit cais 011 cbal on the switchyreaoy for ship ment and an elcetric plant tould not be put inat oucetnd the L N has not seen causeto put switch lights on this road ye SP all the lanterns in town and all that could be borrowed from neigh tfdVing towns are being out for Sir et lamps I tell you friends we Art booming sure A Prominent Chicago Woman SpeaksSProf Rox i Tyler of Chicago Vicepresident Illinois Womans Alliarice in speaking of Chamber laih s Cough Remedy saysflsltf letfdd with a severe cold this winter Which threatened to run into pneu monia I tried different remedies but I seemed to grow worse and the medicine upset my stomach ii friend dsedfue to try Chain berlains Cough Remedy and J found it was pleasant tp take and it relieved me at once jam now entirely recovered saved a doctors bill litne ad5Uffeii g and I will never te without this splendid medicine a8ftin H For sale by Then WeslevfDruErcrist Mr Vernon k itE s sM i ijj Politics ajid Politicians Republicans of Loifrsrille 500 strong will attend the inauguration of Pres lcKipleyon March 4- Theinvestigatingcommittee y pl hazing at Vest Point visited tlie spot Sunday where soniany of the cadets twere made ly the upp r classmen settle their difficulties vileImails ian attempt to extort 600 from James Cunnaghim a wealthy larEaerV I The United States Supreme Court decided tint Neely accused of postal frauds must be surrendered Ito the Cuban authorities j Senator Hoar was unaniriiously i1ellumiha ed for reelection by the Republicans of the Massachusetts1 Legislature The Democrats nominated Richard Olney The Keniucky electors those Robert Offutt as messenger to carfy the certificate of the Stat Js vote for President to Washington Col Win field T Dufbte wfls in augtirat d Governor ot Indiana The occasion was mat ked by a Big civil nd military display- A bill introduced in the rennes see Legislature provides the death penalty for kidnapingl In the Senate Mr Bacon of Georgia declared the people have not yet waked up to the daqgerf militarism IJP I3tf Hon Matt QuayM yiuji jn the 7 t yWa111aI t vUs election ft v P r hA r 1iif Tq i s L rThe d1dda thai the body some times ii datpowerful drastic- burgative pill has been eploded ttfprKings New Life Pills iiih dir jpefTecilv harmless gent ly stiuina e live and bowels to ex- r pel poi ljlous matter cleanse the system Jind absolutely cure Cousti jpatioii and Sick Headache Only c at all Druggists drug storeI EADAHE Pain back of you riieyes Heavy pressure in your head And are you sometimes faint and I dizzy Is your tongue I coated Bad taste in your mouth P And does your food distress you Are you nervous and ir ritable Do you often have the blues And are you troubled about sleeping Than yow liver fs all wrong But there is a cure rTis the old reliable iThey act directly on the liver They cure cpnstipationbiliotisness nausea and dyspepsia Take a laxative dose each night- For 60 years years they have been the Standard Family Pills Prfcfr2S cuts AH BrtjjWi u 1 have taken Ayeirs Pills regu lady for six They h9yeicnr lme of a severe lrtUtcbc and Jcaa now walk front two to four jiiiloB withoutgettiDKtiredoroutc 01 e beeit abieto ito for ulSEWArwori 7uly131609 SIItn M llHl Dtp1It3 INd ajar eoip1sInthaeeta- ifti IsIre the bist iwdkl idvke ean oes1b1yrec sIve write the doctor 4WUlreeelVlapromptJJtlltt1loutcOtAd u t Lj d First National Bank OF STANFORDJKYCalflift Stock 100QOO Surplus 184o076 DIRECTORS J W Hayden W P Waltpn J H Collier M D Elmore fK Kiei T F Hill S H Baitghrhan W A Tribble J lvV M J Miller and S THarris W adjoiningCountiesi nesslntrustedto us Personal application and correspond j ence with a view to business relt ions invited j S HONKER Pres i JNO J McROBERTS Cashier A A McKINNEY Ass lCashier DNNIEOWENSUNDER AKERu Caskets Coffins Robes Etc Kept ir Stock Oruers by Mail Telegraph or Telephone Promptly filled BRODHAD KKNTU 1 j M The Lincoln Count NATIONAL OO Bank OF STANFORD KY Capital lobooo Successors to Farmers Bank Trust Goj J i p STAr1FnRRv I Jr I i FFf i Arid Continuously under 1e management oi 29 Tears Solicit yjulr ffBank account hopmgsticli business relations will prove materiaiiy S profitable and pleasant DlRKCTORSf J J Williams J E Lynn H J S Owsley StiJSJfSbanks William Gooch l F Cash AW Carpenter J B Owsley tV H Cummins S H SHANKS resident T Pv r I J B OWSLEY Cashier tW M BRIGHT Asst Cashier JyBailey Bookkeeper V 1o TOJ Jr MCKENZIEMTfor uything in Diy Goods Clothing Boots and Shoes ana xb11ltt Merchandise BEST GOODS AT LOWEST PCES WILLIS I GRIFFINi Practical Undertaker J t and FUNERAL DIR CTOR Mt Vernon Ky J Keeps Coffins Caskets Robes Linen Busoms Cuffs aDd Collars furnish Metallic Caskets and have Eriibalming done on shortno tice and easy terms f TOrderspromptly attended today and nihit y WIT H E R SjiWlLL SELL YOU C GOES ifor sor QASH WITHERS NanethepricesF OAK Bed Room Suits r4OO 20 his Cotton Mattress SatiU flue ticking 200t 3ollS 309 4t illS Excelsior Ccitton top MatressesI 40I 25 t t Woyen Wire Bed Spiings r252oofr Coiled t PENITzi4rIiChirs fir t2 toOO persett VftAijMS LADIssewing Rockers 83to Vall Paper from cents per rt11up You mustieetbihin andear th pckez tgoodthi- ngIPHERSI e 0 it I pt 1 it7rFib n Sgna1 =7 r 1kEIA f yallot8 rgoj Pitalisied every Friday by EDAR S L3RIGH UBSORIPTION ONE YER ioo i Advertising 7al f11lade known on f application THE abduction of the sun Edward A Cudahy of Omaba and his return aftor the father had left twenty five thousand dollars in gold at a lonely spot designated by the kidnappers has been a topic of commanding interest during the last two weeks This was a big amount to pay for the restoration of the boy but we all admire the father for his willingness to make any sacrifice to get back his stolen child The story of little Charlie Ross abduction and the long pro tractecl efforts of his heartbroken father to recover him is known all over the United States In that case the kdnappers got nothing and the business of abduction was discouraged The Cudahy case is a deplorable revival and the rich gain that the abductors realized will rouse the cupidity and hope of Other miscreants all over the land VE have two coiinfy enterprises here among us that amply deserve the hearty supptort of our citizens One is the Bank and the other the i College Tile people of Mt Ver ndh have never taken thfc enterest ill the College they should There is a brighc future for this institution of learning if the citizens will tirge its success and labor to increase its attendance Our people li ck en thusiosm they lack push and get up They study only about living iunto themselves alone and forget vtheAery essential qualification of busiriess success We have too mafl r JJlnbljennies who squeeze a nickle too hard and too long We need a hearty cooperation on the questions that are so vital to our interest welfare and prosperity The building up dt our college- nleansInore to Rock astle county than anything and every one should unite in making it a great college MR C W LEsrER who thought he had some grievance against that sagacious editor of the Interior Journal W P Valton and brought suit against him tor criminal libel in the Whitley Circuit iCourt has dismissed his case Mr Walton as string him that he was misled in the publication and had no malice against the former State Inspector Avlwtcver No let Randall Cooks ho has trj 1toiuui tale l rLcs cr profit by the wise Jcainple of the jjentleiftrfH froiil Whitley and more the ctfurt to dismiss a simi lar one iu this county Poi tei JuiJGK BuKKLEy and one RV Kiibtt editor of the Louisville Post had a lively little fight Monday over reflections en Bucklcy by Knott in the Post Buckley hunted his man up and on introduction by Sam Simons he proceeded to inform Knott that Knott was not oife of the most truthful men he ever met here- upOn Kuotr resented the iusiuua tion and the reSult was a short sharp aucl i udccisive st brought to too suddcJi i termination bY1- t t tosP 1 rtheiJ vThtiSuprSne Court has decided iliat Cuba is foreign tu ritor v and that C F Neeley the postal thjef vij6 made such lucrative Meals while in the postal service in Cuba must be reiuriied there for trial Here is hoping that he willget all he deserves tind il he deserves all his picture iikJieateshc Avill never getanpJJief chance to steal firptU Uncle Sam or any one else co WA jCirARKj the man who beat BLanmth and the Standard Oil COi in Kfqntana vlast No vembeVv has been rev 4byttb 1egii1atu- rottliatState to a seat in the Uiiliecl iv State Senxte 7f f fif c i f- i i T IT now seems certain that Ron Castlers tQliav Uyo more ra1r ads1 Lli11urgin etejsin will run through the westerlyvsTicn v aoai h sbeen drd lO t1The other is tol boU the l5lG i Orjando anA ttln up BrfeTfCreeTi into Jacks6n1o Ittbor hlj liioft b iiig lGcat While powerful corporation are building railroads let our citizens direct their atten tion toward building up bur jdirj roads We need them arid we must have them Senator Deboe will recommend JExGov Bradley for the position udgeshir1Ifwould take a good size thorn out of the side of Deboe as both are candidates for the senate with chances in favor of neither one Gov MOUNT of Indiana who has gained so much notoriety over re fusing to recognize the requisition of the Gov of this State for Taylor Findle and others died of appo plexy at Indianapolis Wednesday evening POSSOM HOLLER Level Green Surely Job was light when lie said Man that 5z born bv wo man iz ov few days and his nights are full ov trouble Yes as a general tiling even when we have first comprehended the dawn ov our existence and mother is considering her boy the most perfect jewel on earth something per naps the devil I cant tell makes Johnny cry then begins the use ov catnip tea Ive drunk a barrel ov it Batemans drops paregoric camphor a little whisky Aunt Janes prescription Grandmas favorite remediesc o with the doctor ever now and then so that the little fellows constitution so thojrtfghally tried and weakened at a very tender age that we have al ready become victims of colic and that other painful disease so close ly allied to colieveu then the night hoss rides us in our sleep Then comes th thrish and the rash whooping cough mumps measles chicken pox arid in their turn a number ov other ailtnenfs whether essentials I cant tellso- if Johnny iz ov remarkable con stitution he out lives these last named and they never retern but alas when that dread disease colic and his twin brother II rode in on their night boss they came to stay while we stay New ralgy often cones az one who will stay with you in tIle sixth trial and in the seventh he never forsakes you Now theses which cat e to like headache play a double part anyone of them can hold you down by himself when he tries but some one or more ov them comes with fever flluxj rheuma tism smallpojc consumption c land they play a wondei ful pan as adjuncts Now Sd the fact iz Ive been sick since Thursday my school sleepia thinkingIBetsy and shoulI be forced to do so may it only pro ve that I was sent on in advance to cause her and the children to be surer to come up higher r EIandfwife had preceded only a short tim after four years of intense suffering 1 1Twjf of adIphffStiShe died of dropsy eregoodJle r to conic and be with HimThere is much idinnchotnJI beloved land Jid JtHaving been sickmyself and the r beiiig much other wkn ss in chIjtfor Siipt of Schoolsvbu- t after mi fture deliberation ud getting Bel isySQpiniC4ii d ol1sel fflL have- come t with die boys tdf you 10th run Ill jdat yon badlylpi but if ijlYj tirife fcutis Ill beat him top Klirtm strictly in it if iI live A4soon as it iz decided who which or how many iz anioir are ray opponent of opponents Tit invite them to jinVdiscussipiijc BW K VTRN0N t ASTORIA-t iiitfs and Children lL Havi Always Bought Bears the- Signature of dr A LIVINGSTON 63633 j 6 r Dr Childers won the watch TSayDocI suppose Squire Ballard went to Mt Vernon Saturday on school business f Wm Tubs and Co have sold the propertylately occupied by E A Herrin and Son I notiein your last issue that Mt Vernon has a population of 422 and that Livingston has a population of 605 Say ecan send you an old pair of pants to hang on the bed stead HusliThe little Judge has re turned and Leon is happy Mr A B Spark is home from his mill in the country and reports much trouble with water Mr Sam Mason who has been sick with grip is now out with the boys We havenbt heard of Mrs Mason being troubled with cramplatly Some of the Goo Goos have been off the Horse fell down that of course was it the horse fault What was the matter of the rider Let me tell you good church people I will write you up if you dont mend your ways you repent to many times Bud is up the River fishing and bas a bad case of grip caused by wetbait Jsii Drs Cooper andChildress attend ed the 3 U Ky medical associa tion at London Friday last Sam Fulkesons has returned from in Vest Va where 1IE has been down with fever Mrs Caner has been quite sick this week Dr Cooper made a trip to Big Hill the first of the week Mrs Laurena Rice is visiting home folks at Pine Hill this week John Meadows of Pine Hill was down to see us this week Burt Sams entered Prof Dicker sons school at this place Monday Dr Childrers was up at Mt Vernon Monday TheKOT softhis town is rapidly growing several new mem bers are being initiated each meeting 1frcJck Ping of Mt Vernon was down to see one of the fair and gentle sex of our town a few days ago v SAV Mrs A M Owens went to Mt Vernon toseeRB Mul1insvhoI- S very sick Uncle Ashley Owens our old friend passed his 83rd mile post Jan 15 many friends were pres ent and many presents given May Uncle Ashley stay with us many years f Mr Chewing has fakenup 65066 btaves this week ctnd wilLopen up 0 t iiis mill next week Our jc vri rseems to do some businessf Our letter is short tha week as we do not wish to be tiresome Whatis the matter witH Bl1Cfjl cut this out and take it to Theo Wesley Jruggi Ldrugst9read srStol1 j4ersIf rpubleS with a weak diges tioii belching SOJr Stomach or if 3011 feel dtilft after eaJ ngJry Charabeflaip iStbmach Jaiid Liver iit1 Tiblets rjc e sj cents Sam h fr fc f itMhftoiWeslevs drug ftii fi Z1 i t dihfji g tht = i DErMysERv It is a mystery why women en dup Backache Headache Nerv dusntsSj Sledplessiiess Melancholy fainting and Dizzy Spells when thousands hav lroved tWit Electric Bitters will quickly cure such troublfs I suffered for years with kidney troublos writes Mrs Phebe CherjeVj of Peterson la and a lame back pained me so I could npt drs SlXself1but Elec trict Bitters wholly cured me and aJthougU 73 years old I now am able to do all my housework It overcomes Constipation improves Appetite gives perfect health Only soc at all Drtiggistsldrug store t IT Gr RDIE THE GTOUE The fume of Buc den Arnica Salve as the best in the world extends round the earth Its the one perect healer of Cuts Corns Bruises Spies Scalds Boils Ulcer Felons Aches Pains and all Skin Eruptions r Oiilv Mnfallible Pile cure 25C a box at all Druggists L BARGAINS AT PRANK JONES Granulated Sugar 66c L cbArbuckle Coffee 14C Lioti Coffee O J2 Best Green Coffee I5C Canned Goods Sj to ice Best Dry Salt Meat QC Lard ipc Meal per bushel 550 Best Patent Flour 6oto65c Best shipstuff i for roo Jbs 2 poundssoda for 5 cents California Hams per lb 90 Mens Hats 75C up Shoes from 85C up Clothing men s iuits from 306 up All grades calicoes this week- 534C Over coats from 656 upiRibbons Laces Ladies Hose Mens Hose all as cheap as the cheapest Goods delivered in any part of town at your door SATURDAY my bargain day a Wadei Old stand Livin stori Ky J r jS aL iio X Sore al1clsw llen joints sHarp shooting plains torfiirfiig iij uscles no rest 110 sleep That me rs rheumatism It ia stubborn disease to fight but Chamberlains Pain Balm ha conquered it thousands of times It will da so when ever the opportunity is offered Try it One applicatin relieves the pain For sale by Then Wes ley Diugsist Mt Vernon Getting ThinIis all right if you are too fat andall wrong if too thin already Fat enough for your habit is healthyalittle more orless is no great harm Too fat consult a doctor too thin persistently1 thir no matter what cause take LiverM Theie are manycauses of get fillg tqof thin they all come tinder Q1sc two pleads Overf j1 nC i 1iJc1c1ject1cItt jP cui Jirl iif rfESir t LScuI Cit it lf I rcIt1Jo c h t t gJ 2 2 L irw lr t tLVCI tt J i Jifi fQl ft f1 liJ1 t j r J t jiir5za i riyotrvhave not forfreerreaabla taste will our prise SGPTTBOWNEChemists 00 Roarl StreetNew York 5ccLci iOd- p rv I 4 J k i kv i r J tA tirtA1A getable PreparatiDnfor similating iheFoodandilegulaot ling the e Promotes DigeslionChserful ness andRestCoiitaius neilher OpiumMor pliine norlfinera- lOTNMWOrYC 4pIa tH 7idErfl1tE1PFCl1rfl- I SrsL dLkSrnna 4iewS ItxfoUSdls JfrnaJeflxfa + J Jd ClanSetLigar JHt l foiConstipari Worms Convulsions Feverish ness ntl Loss OF SLEEP Facsimile Signature or NEW YORK I EXACT COPy OF WRAPPER b JiI1 ru iists 5e i ICAtTORIA I The Kind You Have I Always Bought Bears the 1 Signature ir of J 2in USO For Over ii1Thirty Year- sIOASTORT THE 2 lli H oosesfl oo50611 Mad Dog i You run lor your livec vhen hear this rnnd still know that all In t he world hyiLropbobiacompared with those who rIfronlsorae form offemale disease Pasteur made hogs bite compaiafciYGly iuirm C4 gtJ ec1ies 5 MADE IT POSSIBLE WOMAN TO CURE HERSELt tf- fe C Caiiy disdasoorweakiiess withoub exarainrJapr or pstic S 5 011 simiziroJio3ri Mh1 jt1 oeqtutvu VOKSEISFaLLY riT3L lLthctsdyourI Gi F P Gerstlos Female Pannceala 1 W if isfied it has wonderfully eiiflii wanted i d s ii Kfore vritiw i I as to Jimlour fxmtly it would do au n e t TftIt Jt it is all recommend I iso know soviail others wit iiS arwI1l1llgtognclt1mlnnltld1mmmfplrhe good it Its tiiJii i tl1ttf Say too much in regard to its 8 CtNEblA AIFOInslhrl Fi 1 n f P I ceNTAUR you bns thfc less IMS FOR ANY HOfi any that line what have done Z1IIlt 6 you l ourca iihttIc 1111 0in1Gurt1o Co 1t Jt Dt H Wi U 1U it uiJj 1IIJ For Sale by C L Davis Co Mt Vernon Ky When Vpu Read This And need anything done Crime and see me at WESLEYS DRUGSTORE MT VERNON KY I have jvitlidratvn from the SIGNAL office on account OLthe close confinnient and a long needed rest I Avill run it firstclass Watchmakinp shop fdo work in work man like manner and in all cases try to deliver work the san day it s brought tome jfteretofore have heen laboring under disadyant ages by having to Work on the paper in SIGNAL OFFICE through the day and on Watch work night consequently Could not turn out work very fast I learnedmy trade under a German Watchmakers one one of the bestin the country Vly5bopipEquippedWlt ImitroYed MacJiiuErg- To do all kinds of work and will add more I do all kinds of re el iiigi pivoting put in balance staffs gold and silver soldering repair spectacles umbrellas parasols c OPTICAL G0008I have madea study of fitting the eye proper ly with glasses I have the latest appliaucesfor testing and will visit at ieisUrgtinies every town andjpostoffice in the county to do what work is to be eget letter acquainted with thefpeople and vork up myi business Whether you want anything or not come and see tnMat WESLEYS DRUG STQ IE vMt Vernon Ky V J c Vours with the greatest of respect S C FRANKLIN t 1 i j f T J TII13 MT1VRN1JJ1 DEPPSIt BANKi tP 1 MTI IefNON KYI1i k i 1cI- t OPENED I900 1t f 1r i0 CAPlTALS1OCii 15oi f SiH MARTIN Pans A E EWERS VicEMss V LvlUCAARpS pHr A B FURNISH IissrCAsH DIRECTX RSJ T iAdaiiis Jpuas IcKenzie Fiitz KruegerV Geb Livesay Rod Perrr VJI c ntBTel11g A T Fish tii v Ve soilLit itc ouut It tirms intl individuals Carelulratten tioti given uIleuion 1uot Jous A Olrricut Ldl i s iri h itertQ al1Ti rtoutf t J f f tr iilljf i = i irv il4 M JJtij J t L L 7 N4t erWnS1gw rMt V1 b t lau tS MOOI L 0 I LU kiEj TINIE TABLED o 4 24 north Viros a l11 26 north i32a in 23 south 157 pir 35 South wy 144 am i lAs LANDRUJI Agent Eatcrcd at the Mt Vera Ky Postoffice onoclast mall matter usec1 MASONIC Aslfland Lodge No 640 IIIc lsriMou Jay 10 A ni CHURCHES Christianholds services 1st f3rl Sunday at 11 am and at 630 pm Presbyterian Holds services on the 4th Church Services on the Second Saturday night J and Sunday Suuday School at 9 i m every Sunday Prayer meeting on Tuesday nights Personals Attorney J W Brown is on the sick list S Attorney R L Brown1was in tanford yesterday Sheriff Catron was able to come into town Monday Miss Jalia Colyer closed her chool Monday last W T Short is in M K eattor lne in a murder case Mr Soloman Riddle has been cry sick but fs better B F Fuqua i now rooming up tairs in the oklbrickhotel Rev Carmical filled his appointment at Preachersville Sunday Dr W J Childless was up from Livingston the fist of the week Jones Fish and A W Stewart were in from Wildie the first of the rt eek a jjfa ijf Dr E J Brown of Stantord made a professional trip here yes terday W C Mullins and G MBal lard were up from Livingston Sat nrday John Henzuian of Ford Ky is here This week visiting ffiends and relatives Squire J N Brown pf Level Green has been very sick for the past week Jw Baker andson W M went to Louisville Sunday night to buy goods I E and M F Craig two of tle Big Glades best citizens were here Monday last Miss Gladden Ewers who has been quite sick fer some time is much improved Mrs Lou Boulware writes from Kingston that Mr Williamson Boulware is very ill Mrs R E Thompson of Lan caster is here visiting her mother Mrs W M Poynter Miss Pearl Landrum of Salt Lick Ky visited her uncle f A Landrum here this week Mrs R S Martin and son Hugh came to Maretburg Saturday to visit the family of S3 Martin II Mrs W T Brooks of Paris came Tuesday to see her mother illjRufusChiIdress cQUege1fA Peuniugtons Mrs Frank Jones wife of the hustling merchant Fraijk Jones of Livingston paid this office a peasant call Saturday last Rev J L Davit preached in the Christian church Monday night He will also preach here the first Sunday and Sunday night in Feb ruaryfFred Hahn swore oiita arrant for the arrest of John dPhonias 6f Jackson co nlyfor Stealing juis sorrel horse on December 9 jHe and Jailer G So Srifiiii left for Jackson countv on yctedayii- rch f of Thomas 5 v j drffiJ wM lrjilr B w Fuqna7 has arooni in Nthe brick hotel 7 V J f t JmIe aiuft Mrft J ILiFiSh i are ill ViUiamjhtffj t f J V liider 11 touZni us1ie strip to Illiiois iquire JohiiHibbarci of Cedar ville was in town Monday Little Lena Md lure who iias been quite sick is much improved L XIrJand Mrs Harry Blazer have returned from a visit to relativeS111 hio T iIr James D Level of Bryan ts ouIMn S NDavis Rockcastlek splendid surveyor has been doing sonie work at Widie this weeks MrM E Mullins is vefy sick Mrs Mahaly Carson spent a Jew days with her daughter Mrs Joe Poynter here this week 2C S Cummins of Bro1h ad has moved to London and vvill open upa feed and sale stable Messrs John and Robt Riddle returned to their home at Logan Ky after a visit to relatives at Cove Miss Viunie Adams returned with Mrs T S 1i lrto Lancas ter Saturday wqere she will spend a few days D W A Brown andMrs Sue Henderson of Parksville are guests of Dr and Mrs E J Brown Interior Journal JohnRenrer of Yeardly Mo in remitting loi his paper says keep the Signal coming forT can not do without it 011Dlsputanta day telling his many friends that lie was a candidate for county Judge and wanted a convention Talker Owens son of Dock Owens who is attending the Louis ville Medical College writes for the Signal to be sent to him at 745 Second street and sa slie is getting along nicely Mr H H Baker returned Mon day from a visit to his daughters Mrsrijphn McKeuzie of Rowland and Mrs J J Thompson of Preach ersville Mr Baker is still in very poor health Freesilver Z Emerick Thho has been located at Fort Wayne Iud for a little over a year has returned to his farm at Maretburg and says Rockcastle is good enoughf- O him Mr and Mrs G M Ballard of Livingston were the guests of Mr and Mrs C C Dayis Tuesday night Mat says he is strictly in the rae for county school superin tendent Judge Morrow was on Saturdays train en route to Williamsburg where he opened court Monday The term will last fiveiweeks and there are one thousand f cases on the docket Lucien Dunnsou of A C Dunn had the misfortune to break his left leg below the knee Suhday morning The horse he was rid iug slipped on the ice and fell on himInterior Journal 1t LOCAL5 CC Dayis Cots drugstore is th place to buy your paints and oils Tramp Tramp they gotd C C Davis Co tofhaye their prescrip tions filled FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE One acre lot and house with six rooms J A PRESTON novz3tri Livingston Ky For carperiteringj stone and brick work or handmade coffins all work guaranteed and done only by contract Address V A TYREE Brodhd5Ty pRSAiE I have fbur thor dgfPttpswhjch I will s 1J1for25Q a piece J W R WALTJIN BRODHEAD Ky QPJHE COUGH AND WORKS OFF THE COLt Laxative Brpm OrQiymne Tablets curea cold in ouevdiay STo dcure 1aYi iilCf il1tSrr I fF f If you want a watch from 300 tf 3PJ3po go to S C tfranklin Q Wrsri YS DkUGSTORE tiiefinet line of sationerySin M t V il toselect froni atC C IJds cc i If yoihchew or smoke you cano f find a nicrf assortment of cigars and forceps at C4C Davis Co tvh 1dtctiiii to towiior Court hri1 gur watch work to SCijranklhiat V ESLR SrDR ttG SXOREl When in town come in and warm We have a nice line af drugs and patent medicines to sell low down =CC Davis Co r If you need spectacles go to 5 C Franklin at WEStEYs DRUG STORE and have your eye tested by Fcintific methods To all who want to keel clean we say step in at 6 C Davis Co and get a cake of the finest toile soap tobe found in Mt Vernon lan 1841 WEE DEADMr jofiii G7 Fee former President of Berea College died at that place last Friday night He was a great abolitionist found ed Berea College for the education of both black and white Miss Jesse Arthur the youngest daughter of Capt E F Arthur of Williamsburg da sister of Mrs J B Fish of this place died Wednesday night of last week at her lathers home after an illness of only two davs f I Mr James Crawford one of the most enthusiastic turnpike nien in the county vas here Tuesday and says if tne coutywiU guarantee to builda pike from Mt Vernon to the Lincoln county line that he will make the county a deedtoioot acres of land to be used as a poorhouse Jarinx For Sale Having decided to1 change my business I deirtosell- ny farm situated at Maretburg Rockcastle comity Thislis one of the most desirable farms in the countyr will sell cheap and on very easteri s S H Martin Iar t i tLK l i7lan 4tf 7 DESAT Thei e will be ti debate at vBjijrfetts chappel on Febii 1901 Between Rev J L Davis of the Church of Christ on the af firmative and some minister of the Methodistchurch to represent the negative side ot the question The question win be Resolve That Methodist discipline contradicts the Bible Having purchased a Millinery Store in Georgetown will leave for that place first of next week My Millinery Store here win be run by MrsC C Williams at my old stand in Brick Hotel Vhere you will find her to wait upon you I extend my heartfelt thanks to my many customers and most earn estly solicit their future trade- MrsCleo Brown Terriblewas the state lof affairs which prevailed in the little own of Corbin Wednesday and Wednes day night the result of which is two persons dead four wounded and one building completely reck ed by a dynamite James Shotwell and Rolla White vjbe ftwo principals in the fight vymo had been enemies for some tinre met near the L N depot anfe ilie trouble began Shotwell wast mortally wounded by White and Before the deputies could arfive fr Wit iiamsburg the b used in which White was located was attacked by dynamite and other explosives Mr Tilman Gelpin who has done much towards getting tobacco staged in his couqty proposes if the farmerii will pnlyvtakftJiQldvto S enda inan here who has been en Jsfulithat man Here the entire tobajpco season letlhim go from one part of the count tothe other and show the 10bac1coandit is made and for thiSaH heasi- sten pounds of every huridVfid raises this he will obligate self to take as it camfes from the stalk up let it be good orladr rThis is an especially fair and reasonable vho1Ito te q r i2z 1OJd Newspapers this office for saleat25ctsper hundred ihe Signal and Twi4ceaWeek- Courier journjalibr 150- S B Irtvitt hassold his stock QIIOis to Hotik and Adam Read the long double ad of Frith and Dtinn ofBrodhear Ky which appears in this issue hIFranklin WESLEYS DRUGSTORE Mt Vernori If you want anything done In Nntalwork or shell work go to s C Franklin at Vesle3s drug storeJ tVernon jy j Dr P A Pennington dentist jfrom Louisville will be at the Mil er H6usedring Ci icuit Curt prepared to do ail kinds ot dental work Rev James Riddle will preach at LangforiUs school housenext Sun day at ii oclock and at Buckeye pn the Fourth Sunday at the same hour ThaseagaiustBtidand Leon ard Hoskius charging them with desturbing religpiis worship was dismissed Judge G W McCUlre acted asa special Judge TO CURE A COLDINONJDAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggist fefurd the money if it fails to cure E W Groves signature isoneach box 25ctS IlIDont fqetthat Prof Hale will give an entertainment at the college next Tuesday night xThose who failed to hear himv when he was here last year will surely nob let this opportunity pass without hear ing him Road LawJudge Williams decided last Tuesday morning in a- very able and lengthy oral opinion in the case of the Comon wealth vs lt J Bethurum that the Rockcastle road law known as the local act of 1890 was in operation for four reasons ist That the local law required special legislation to keep it in force which has not been passed jnconsistantiWithrthe constitution t 3rd That it was superseded by at general road law in 1894 4th That had nogenerallaw been passed it Would have become in operation at the expiration ol six yeais from the adoption of the new constitution However this opinion does not let any one out of working the county roads as the general road law is in effect which we think is a better and wlserJaw Under the old law no man could be put in jail forfailing to work the road now he can be imprisoned for that as well as any other misdemeanor The fiscalcourt will levy a road tax not to exceed 25pts they may select commissioners and pay them a reasonable compensation as they ought to bepaid Justice of the Peace may try road cases whereas under the old law only the County Judge could try At his home near Disputanta Ky on Friday Dec 23 i9oro at8 p in surrounded by those he loved J T Stephens passed peacefully away age 67 years and 9 months and on Sunday following at old Scaffoldcane church funerel services were conducted by Bro Ballou at the Christian church after hicbhis remain were laid to rest by the side Qfllis first wife He 1manBerea In 1893 he married his last wife Mrs Angie Gl rkor ML Vernon whsitvFteshim Called home but qhfhov nlany Have sighs followed tlise beyond the skies Tw thee the gate faj rwere swung For thee the welcome antheme UHrf J Farewell dearone thc1 time will f r t r J Y vcoic VA Ve soon shallmiJf thee nthy i home j l Where Jesus atthe1 entrance waits To take us througtheo pearly g gates y vV Reca tr i 3 p r S i hiJign4tI id iorv Q jlll1 Iaxa fltjlttt rt r 1t t n t = yS t r COLLEGE NOTES Many new pupils have been en rql led in the past two weeks the total enrollment up to date being onejitfndred and seven This a I ready exceeds the regular enrollment of last year and several more pUpils are expected Misses Susie Thompson Eva Fish and r Kitty PoViiterfiave late ly entered the piano class and Misses Ber a and Susie Ester the guitar class The spirit of earnest study is sbqwir in all the various classesy and the willingnesSiarid faithfulness of the pupils ib both Literary and Musical work is ofa kind to be highly conimencled Tpie huge spelling class has been inadttntd two but the inter est seems only to grow TheCol legikte and Intermediate mathe matics form six of the mOt zeal ous classes in College IhieIatin classes in all grades have sc many very excellent lessons that one is led to believe manyof the pupils have learned to not only study and read Latin but also to think in that language The String Band which was Organized just before the Holidays meets every Monday evening at 630 for practice in Mis Coxs music room The members at present arc Mr and Mrs Davis Messrs Albright Whitehead Bur dette Honk Ernest Ewers Bur dette and Charlie McKenzie and MoKehzie Brown Misses Bessie McClare Bessie Houk Clyde Cass laid Miss Cox The band is very much in ear nest and its enthusiastic work is pleasing in the extreme We will be able to play for you jn a few weeks The Philamathian now holds its weekly meetings on Friday evenings at seven oclock in the Chapel At the monthly business meeting on Jan 4th the following officers were elected Jdge R G Wil liams President Lee Chestimt n VicePres Ernest Ever Sec etaT ry eK enzfe Brown Treasurer I Those who are Inc literary and mus cal stjdy and entertainment are cordially wety cornedas members iia our Club whether they be enrolled as pupils of the College or are friends out side Inquire of us the purpose of cur Club mid see if you would like to become a member The Club gives promise of much interest in its meetings in the next fewf v mouths fIJ The usual one hour programme of readings debate recitations a dj music vIh1beg1ven next Friday You are Invited to attend A Chorus classor more proper V lya gleeclub is now being dis cussed tHat the Philamathian and X its friends may have full benefit of the ninny fine voices now in school It is to be hoped that the discus sion will result in the of 1I4 few of our pupils have been out of school for some time on acV count of sickness Among those are McKenzie Brown Luther Mul lins and Glatiden Ewers We are glad to report all are better and we htipsjtq see them soon in their ac customed places at the College The pupils of the town who were so fortunate as to hear Mr Hae who gar us an entertain meut last February will be pleased to know that he will be at the Col lege again on next Tuesday night January 22lhe proceeds of the entertainmentwill be used towards startinga Library for the College Let all the friends of the College give us their support in tins much needed work The entertainment willbe well worth all it costs and y the College be greatly helped eM La MyERI DENTIST MT VKRNOX Kvi OFFICE At the Reproperty PHQNKNO 35 c nAi AT c C SsTi t f IN ORDER TO MAKE Room For Our Spring GOODS WE i Will Sell For The Next BOays r t ArTEV- ERYTHING we have in q Suits Overcoats Boots vet S QeS pft Rubbers JMen s Woo1en- S 1 Underwear S Vf LadigsCapes Facinato and Jlobd5jiiOft 4 Comforts and Blanket etc ivRRITU DUNN f 4 Broxifaieacl Kentucky t t 12 mmcW c Xivrjr r EVERY AYI f J I It k f BargaihDayii 1 WeJhave a triP line of Dry Goods Notions Hats r Shoes and Groceriesa IVTENS SUITS ALL WOOL FROMA V 3TO 5 DvDDaF1s ftion M sr Bod 1L I4 i InBirying tie pree and quality fie the tw- ca r t things toAl considei JlofliYG 11s adb Utand see forei- v 1f i i 1h3ct rf 1 onrse lf iiEif i COX 1ROO- pposite I T 4 JL i 9Q Ftg f 1 Mt Vrnon K- ytc jf cA if i tI i i5 2 IT iF ij1tzc aF coo iI v A GreatOiportupitJ T 1 y l ic THE PEOPLE OF ROCK ASTl E l Never BefOre was uch an Irnrn hserJ 8tock of roods Landed in Li 1 t Iyr F1i rYar I11PPTu VETJNr 7 Jl s t v EVERYTHING M rked d wn to Rockbottom pike s f t f MARKETSr Corrected each week byJHouk Son Ml Vernon Kr I254cLionT CI4CI5CI673C4lour 400Daisy ftfrBacon iStarRice No i per 1b7 c Granulated Sugar per lb 6 c Extra Light Brown Sugar lb6c= Sprup Caramel gal bucket 350 40CShipstuff t 50Calico81cClothingLard loc in small lots bets in 50 lb lots or more Northern seed oats nose Qn nand Millet hay on band 15Fibers DropjisRMr sold a bunch of 140 lb shoats last week at 4 25 Heavier ones are selling at 4 60 a hundred in thissectionMr Maurice Bartlett of the Burgin community has 30000 pounds of tobacco which he has recently re fused 9 cents a pound for It is one of the finest croPs raised in this Section the past easonCBurgin Record The Harrodsburg Demecrat re ports last Monday Court day as a decided improvement of December court in a trade way The supply of good and medium cattle was light and many more could have been sold at the following prices One peheadyearlings polled angus calves 18 36 per head ir head tw6 earold perhundredto 75 SF Stone of Moorefield sold a lot of cotton Tennesrsee parties att7i5 6 pe head Hibler Bros sold to P P Johnston of Lexington 35 head of sneepat headFxank Bedford6purchased this week 65 heado 20olb hogs at 435 to 460 James Ferguson sold to Sullivan forSchwarczhild SulzbergerCo y5Bead of i32oK cattle at 4 60 iRent for land in Bourbon is ibtijjt as follows For corn land 8 Pfcreltemp landIz tobacco land 27 kCas P Goff sold to- W B Griffith Thursday 68 head 30headParis Kentuckian Thursday the price of meat in the Chicago market reached the highest point since 1894Titb 8000 cattle 30000 hogs and 10 ooosheep on the market at prices ranging from 450 to5So for cattle on the hoof hogs 5ioto 574 and heepi350to 530 per hundred pounds the consuiner was forced to pay twentytwo cents per pound for a porter house steak ten porrk twenty cents per pound fors hoce cuts ofldinb or mUtl tWii elieter Democrat v i aq jLf LM 1 i v apt IWI M ENSE Qu ANTITLESof q DRY GOODS t p FROM 5cent Calico up to the Finest Dress goods that can not fail to please you i h V rttNeckvearcheap J t GENTS Clothing of the best and finest selection and a guarantee in fit and price I it = HOE Rats and Caps in endless variety Fine shirts of tJaYJlates- tpattern that is bound to please you Come to our big store and be convinced t FIRSTCLASS OAK CHESNUT AND POPLAR SHINGLES ALWAYS ON HA pjGlv US YOUR ORDER i r Houk Adams f Houk 8pn Phone No 252 F L Thompson fold oge cow weight 1150 pounds tcf Fred Hahn for 2J4 cts per pound F P Hendrix Co purchased of Geo M Ewing of Preston ten fat steers averaging 1224 pounds at 4 I2I per cwt Owingsville Outlook GOOCHLAN MT Henry McGuirof thi place was in McKee last Monday on business J C Smith of Livingston pass ed through our town last Monday cu route to McKee Mrs Addie McGujre is much improved attd is b1bto do her work again J F Dooley J C Philips J W Philips Hen y McGuire i3nI Millari idcGuirare a few tended Judge Williams Court from here last week James B Isaacs has been hay ing serious trouble with his eyes of late We are in hopes that he will soon recover hustlingte homefeyes willIGoochland is headquarters for crosstie making at present tpB re leac1yj1obeplace Mr and Mrs Wm Reids baby died lastThursdaymornitfgit was only sick a few days The Mothers Favorite ChamberlainjslCdgh Remedy ts the mothers ffvqrjt Itis pleas ant and safe for children to take and always cures tIt is intended especially for coughs colds crow and whooping cough and is the best medicine made Jor these dis a sThere is n t ttheleast danger m giving ivto children fqr it contains no opium or other in curiousmaYbe given as aJ1Jt1Fotsaleby1 lit Vernon i 1Trf1l i H ft T THOUSANDS SENT INTO EXILE Every year a large number of poor sufferers whose lungs are sore and racked with coughs are urged to go to an other climate But this is costly and not always sure Dont be an exile when Dr Kings New Discovery for Con susumption will cure you at home Its the most infallible medicine for Coughs Colds and all Throat and Lung diseases on earth The Astoundsing cures result from persistent use Trial bottles free at all Druggists Price SOc and Every bottler IuaranteedI THe Best Paper ttf jf Published in the Un Led tates for Democrats and for all readers is the Ywicea Week CaurieJourntJ The equal pf many dailies and week11iesplay and Saturday 104 copies a year and you get it for only 100 A YEAR The Wednesday issue is devoted to News Matters the Saturday is liberalISampleItcOpiescberfullY who will ask for them Write to 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