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V f f1UiU I It n H n110 t 11II d 1E xv yLT VERNON ROOKOASTtE 901COUNTY KY FRIDAY SEPT 2o 2cuMBEr 52r TELL iWY FRIEiVDS TO BE BRA VE AND FEARLESS AND LVYALTO THE GR4 T COiluilION PEOPLE tNEWS ITEMS O The Cpurt of Appeals convened P Frankfort Monday The cliley court of inquiry wil- lS iie its session today India na towns are passing along a Ozolgosz l r6p3thizer s ji flPhi yacht Braces for Americas dip will begin September 26 tEhe Sovereign Grand Lodge of Odd Fellovs meets Indianapolis Thaddeus Campbell a prOmInent icriininal lawyer of Mays Jlle is deadS y aJdead on the roadside in Graves incChinese troops reentered Pekin fnd assumed charge of the Forbid en CIty 1 d Bishop Henry B Whipple of the Episcopal Church died at his home riiTFanbault Minn South American republics send messages of sympathy to the people of the United States Judge Buckley is to decide wheth er two male and female miscreants should be allowed to marry Kentucky distillers agreed to limit the coming sepsons produc tion to 27 5 00000 gallons At the stockAmarket there was a rush to buy and prices advanced sharply Frank B Adcocka pronierifo Carrplltoii merchant was fatally injured in a runaway accidentw T hc executive departments at Washington were closed on Tues day Wednesday and Thursday of 1this week t WJ ipzolgos was arrested sixryeaVsj ago for trying to blowup the house of a Polish Catholic priest in Penn sylvania A movement forthe erection ofm f magnificent McKinley memorial arch in Washington has begun in Chicago All Democratic campaign meet 4ngs for this week have been called off until after the funeral of pie Presidentpr Memorial services in honor of the late President McKinley were held in Westminster Abbey yester day afternoon Special memorial services were 4hd in the churches throughout v the country Sunday ii honor of the dead Presidentf The Indiana soldiers and sailors monument at Indianapolis will be dedicated spon President Rpose ivelt will be invited to attend Leslie Combs is said to be Roose i elts lieutenant in Kentucky and this is taken to mean that Collector SappS days are numbered The new Democratic State Cam fspaign Cammittee was appointed with Chas C Me Chord of Wash l gton county as chairman f 1The expected attack nit the nor f 19n miners In Hopkins county f failed to materialize Monday and f 4v all is quiet around the mmesn JffC In a statnent concealing Mej fKiifl S death Mr Bryan sounds a f note of warning against any abridig i ment of free speech of a free press in measures dealing with ariarch ists lj V t Berry Howard demounced tlie assassination of President McKinley grand said he hoped Czolgosz would beuuishedto tire full ext tot tbelaw i i pv Mrs McKinley is in a greatly PeSkened stateand in spite of her efforts to be strong collapseS at jhe depot in Buffalo before bbardihg lrtb funeral train r i S An anarchist at Mattinsyille TItid who expressed pleasure at the 3jBeath of the President was taken afromiee and severely floggecLtt v jif jflit2jT f President Roosevelt in a con versa tion with friends at Buffalo i o ut1iu d his policy which he said would as closeiy fellow that of the late President as possible j i A conference of Kentuckydis tillers was held at the LQuisyille j Hotel at 1 6 0 clock Tuesday morn ing ian endeavor 4to reach an agreement to keep down the pro d cuctionJudge Henry S Barker in his charge to the September grand jury Monda stated that election frauds are one of the principal causes of Botn Democratic and Republican primaries are to be Two hundred striding union miners in Hopkinsville prevented tho negroes employed in the Reinlaecke mines from going to The Sheriff says he is unable to cope with the miners and the County Judge has called on the Governor for troops W J Brown chairman of the Pulaski County Democratic Corn mittee has issued a call for a convention to meet Saturday Sept 2 te nominate candidat for the various county offices A full ticket will be put in the field L J Stivers Democratic nominee for County School Superin tendent of Jefferson county has failed to pass his examination be e the State Board of Examiners Another candidate for the office ill have to be selected The steel strikers are all at sea no official information having been given them of a settlement of the strike and as a result there has ftlbeen no general resumpfrioujof work The timplate workers say they will not return to work under the reported terms of settle enttLeon Czolgosz the assassin of President McKinley was indicted for the crime of murder in thefirst degree by the Erie county grand jury in Buffalo Monday When taken into the court room the risoner refused to answer any questions asked by the Court or District Attorney and Judge Ed ward L Emory assigned Loran L Lewis and Robert C Titus former justices of the New York Supreme Court to act as his counsel A GHOTE1RO1 Awful anxiety was felt for the widow of the brave General Burn ham of Machias Me when the doctors said she would die from Pneumonia before fMrsher that fearful night but she beg ged for Dr Kings New Discovery which had more than once saved her life ndcuredherof Consump ion After taking she slept all night Further use entirely cured her4This marvellous medicine is C1JestitidIoo Trial bottles free at all Druggists drug store i ili WORICING 3STIGHT ANDDAY The busiest ind mightiest little thing that eYer was made fs Dr Kings New Life Pills These pills change weakness into stiength listlessness into energy brainfag into mental poWer Theyre won j rlfrfnl in bulthng iinOthe ihpnlili Only 250 per bQxSold by alt Druggists f A SHOCKING LAlUITY Lately befell a ilroad laborer r writes Dr A Keiiett df Wjllilord ArkvHis foot wasbadly crushed but Buckleii4 Arnica Salve quickly unjforjeruptions Ifi s t1e Vojic s calrnl1pj- rfl healer Cure guatantcel 252 Sold by alT Druggists ii f iir i iti LEUEL GREEN o No sth in the young mule mar ket yet tho we have some JpJetty good ones that need selling i James Brbyles bought a large lot of calves hereabouts at pcesrng ing from six to eleven dpllrsper caff 1 itThewith us looking out surveying and we hope locating the connectinglink in the Louisville Southernbut of course I cant tell how it will pan out An intelligent and I could j ay a handsome lot of young ladies from Brodhead chaperoned by Mrs J T Cherry gave us short c phesdieswith us R L Brown of Somerset has been with his sick brother for a week and while here issued a call for a meeting of the democrats to consider matters of importance to the party Let us have a full attendance and thenact the part of wise men Since the rains came reviving vegetation trade in live stock has revived too to a short extent but we have toomany live brutes en hands yet for the short crops and our weather prophets are predict ing a long hard winter to which must be taken in consideration Th institoot as Prof called it Iras come and passed into history and the most that can be said for it is It has passed JJ While we lQve the institute and have spent many pleasant and 1Iptofillearn something when we attend yet we very much doubt the pro riety of such an institution at this ime of year There is much sickness of one sort and another in our neighborhood Now Samuel Brown has been confined for a fprtnight with a severe fever Aunt Liz Thomp son one of the best women of earth was called to take her well deserved station up higher a few days since She was the mother- So 13 children all of whom lived to be grown except one and eleven of those are still livingiThe methodists have just closed a meeting of great length at the Chapel where men and women too profess Sanctificatidn What is sanctification Now I Relieve in it because the Bible teaches it but I have never been able to see eel and realize it as some others do or profess todo hut thea Im only a Campbellite and perhaps have been taught sonic errors The news of the asassina tion of the P resident c used quite a shock in our town andhac the act been committed in Possom Holler the perpetrator of the hell ish deed would not have 1ied one short hour afterwBrd we still feel the sting shame and disgrace of same kindred crimes Summary justice will have more effect on such cattle than anything else anc go fl1rt1ieftQ deter others ftom t pm- mitting like d eds No suchAa fiend as the man who shot cj Kiiil y shpuld eye t h1IdnOtedb a legal trial or executed in the uJUial Way Alf avowed anarchists urICQuhJfry or sent to tile jpeniten viairy for they Will continue to give us trouble justso long ajs they are among us V V BULK VARNON P ScQur S6n Sam vis some jl what improyecljL at svritingi beiin shoolagarn soon B V W aketHe SIGNAL and get alL the ruews all thetimeSfro1na 1 I i1l f tIJ s COMMENTS OF DIFFERENT PAPERS ON OtIR DEAD PRESIDENT WILLIAM J1vICKIN EYItbanlanysectional feelingOrnaha Bee HIS administration will live in history as one of the most auspicious l the annals of the Republic t LoqjsSar1h character was honored by lifsJife In purity of mind and purpose he stands next to the immorial Lincoln St Paul Globe History will record that under resident McKinley the country attained its highest degree of pros perity The foundation of this- rosperity is an honest and stable and for defending and safeguarding this his Administra tondeserves and willreceive lating credit and honOrNew York World America still produces men ofs the type of Abraham Lincoln and themIc memory will long be cherished by those wife survivehim Philadelphia Record He who so left his impress on bis times the shadow of William McKiuley will rest on the republic until his country has gained the fullest extent of that glorious delightofliK wansasMr McKinley was a man of strong and solid miud ifnot of brilliant intellectuality and history will give him rank among our PresidentsBaltimore Sun JJs th 9 77rhimand reverence New Orleans ayuiie PicI Thereis no blot on the escutch eon there is no spoiled page in the l TimesDemocratI ttacticalty forcing the whole world to his way of thinking he must needs be inreckoned history as a great PresidntPhUadelphia In q uirerSHe was lulled into his long sleep- yb the music of The Union For everJJastcame softly to his dull ng senses from East and the West from the North and the South Chicago Post Whether his fate was to couple itself with Lincolusstricken down ptemspared to imitate the example offWashington and retire his work completed amid the plaudits of his countrymen he could safely count on the impartial judgment of his tory to link his name tvith those of two great Presidents to whom be yond all others this country owes the impulses which have madeit an indivisible iudsovereign TJn ion New York Times He did more to unify his party than allof iris party had Horie before him and whenever he visited tMnpmerou in tudof Souther hearts Aitlanta Journal v iSlhesiuuiple truth t would haveak dfQrchitll elf a that bsi been expressed test i pet haps by t Senator H6ars yho describect Mr fe Kin ley as thebes t beloved of our presidents Detroit Free Press X It can scarcely be d tfd that Mf McKinliy was ljll9st ptfpn everfltledtheeGqdv Advertiser r The nation1 mourns for McKtn lev the SOi kii1satr his bier the vI19i ssorldsees t jeeiji hg hut uuitcclnation AtI iota titution fii Splendid as he was as a states man inspiring as a political leader magnetic as a man great as was his public career the finest and the characjtera husband Buffalo Express McKinley stepped into the skies from the summit points of accomplish d finalities Brooklyn Eaglei That history will give place among the wisest and most benificent and most devoted of our rulers can be predicted withabso lute safety rNew XQrkCommer1 ciaj Advertiser This is uojhpur for an attempt at a measure of the man who must stand in years to omeas a typical American o his time Manchester Union Neither our titnes nor coming times will see in the White House a kindlier purer more lovableI gentleman Hartford He has laid the country under uch a debtas insures him a place haveIlIe will take his place among the powerful Presidents that great trinity of George Washington Abraham Lincoln William McKin1 ley As ii bias Lincoln stood alone jn the crisis of the nations threatened death tneictisismilder term but a period fraught ith equal terrorSt Paul Dispatch 1HistoryKinley Administration one of the most successful in our history and reaIfyrLand Stock and Crop rw 1hThompsonhere Monday an at average of 30 Frank Welsh bought the house and lot of Mr G W Gentry situ tedin the Western part of town for 600 The Paris Kentuckian notes the sales of 30 stock ewes at 3 each ahd about 750 lambs 400 at 4 cts and the others at 2 cts Few animals are being prepared for the btf market throughout the jreat corn districts and there h- oundb to be a great shortage in beef cattle from January to July 1902 It is reasonable to predict that this shortage will advance rices Rjley Collins have bought rotnR B Boston 4200 bii from John and James Woods 1560 bu and from D Gosser 500 bu wheat at 68 ctsMr Chas R Thomp son sold on Saturday to Mr George Lanckhart of Lexington 40 fat hogs t625 per cwt sWOodfori Sun v indnnatiIagent of the American Beef Co purchased of Joseph Penn 38 head oLLetchepYRosebefry 121 head for future de- hivery tMr Penn received 55 Ej sad the others bout 5 J4 cethsBoirbon News W C TeVhune has bought iooi vjoiule colts this season at an aver age of3b a headSmock Bros bought eight butcher cattle from M Vaught at24 and sold to Ispih Brosj of Pleasant Hill a lot oslloats golbs average at 5 ctsi it Judge r W Hughes sold tci B ISaiiders 125 hogs for Oct i- tt Q eliveijy He got 6f cts for Ihose tliat weigh 170 Ibs hdoyer and 5 for those that wei hunder that ampjint HarrodsbufgvDomo crat v Winchester Deuiocrat notes the Ipllovjng sales Samr K HodgkiLa fl It iCo f ri LJ stock ewes at 3 50 each and to Dr S W Willis 50 at 3 each miIchIcows 29 oats 27f cts per bundle bacon sides 12 ctsXper It huse hold and kitchen fuWiture sold j well Mr Wagner will go to Bristol Tenn to take charge ofa atIj2 25 2 worK mares 85 and aged horses 46 work mgrey 1100 extra yearling mule 75 earIihgIsteers ilQ short yearling steers 21 each 3 yearling steers 21 each 3 yedr HsJicows25 to 45 r Jesse Dykes sold his combhied 150Shebourville as well as London At the sale of John and Dora Poulter near Bohon Thursday ioof common sheep averaged about 2 a h 1a 353hundredroni28 to 42 and two horses brought 65 and 85Harrods burg Democrat In Clark county Lewis Joseph agent for the S S Co Chicago ought recentl the following lots ofi export cattle Of R T and J W Gay 166 head 1450 lbs at 5 and 54 cents of George Proctor 40 head 1300 pounds at 5 cents of Sam P Hodgkins 35 head 1350 Ibs at 5 cents of L C Vanmeter part of his lot about 100 headc 1450 Jbs at 534 cents of J L over 100 head 1450 Ibs latsjl cents of Tom Brock 100 head 1400 Ibs at 53 cents Danville Advocate JU t ti yi a JC Hayes of Crab Orchard bought in Laurel last weeka perlieadCOVE r J carter Childress is on the sick tt list t LangfordMrs JyY Riddle visited rdfa tive s at Wildie the first of theIweek Mrs Anderson Proctor visited relatives at Crab Orchard last f week The foundation for a Baptists church has been laid at Langford stationS J i Elder JIV Riddle filled his ap rJpointmeut at Walnut Grove Satur day and Sunday last V Thos TownSenls out from Lauirel county looking up a locatiottf Mr and Mrs S B Ramsey of Renfro neighborhood were visiting Mr C Brant and family the first of the week GOY BECKHAMS PRO C LA 4 MATION Vn FRANKFORT KY Sept 14 Gov Beckhani issued the foil wing pro 1matlo this morning I To the heads of the various State Dpartments9entietnen- great J sorrow has fallen upon our country and the people today are mourning the loss of their honored President who died this morning atI5 the victim of an assassins i bullet As aTTinark of respect to f I y hismembry rind in order to show our grief I ask thatthebuildiiigbe- closcLduriugthis dayand all offici al suspendedjL Respecnully V IC W BECKHAM Governor fi 11ThcoinpliedMii The Gqvernof later issued tei order Ao the Adutapty enferal t Mffe have all fl ago i State buti la placed at half jct directedj that the Capitol b i1cUng i l black which Wa r done id J 1 lfZf r MtVernoi Signal cFRIDAY Sept 20 1901 f Publishedevery Friday 6IEDGAR s r SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IMO f Advertising rates made known on application A CALL The Democrats of Rockcstle county are hereby called to meet an mass convention at the courthouse in Mt Vernon on SATUIt DAY SEPTEaiSER1 28th ror for the purpose of nominating candi dates for tile various county offices to be voted fdtaat the November election 1901 And the Democrats of Magisterial district No i are hereby called to meet at the same time and place for the purpose of nominafing a candidate for Justice of the Peace in said district to be f voted tor at the November election I96I f All Democrats and all other per ons who will tie voters at the November election 1901 and who t will bind themselves to support the nominees selected at said convention are entitled to participate in this ccnventron GRANVILLE OWENS Sect FOR the third time in the history of our great republic have the people been made to bow their heads in sorrow and grief in the loss of a ruler and chieftain caused by a bullet from the hand of an assas V sin Lincoln the great emauci V jratorriarfield the orator and statesman and last our martyred President William McKinley whose name will go down in his toryas one of the greatest executives this country has ever hadi For him Ms most bitter political opponents cherished a feeling tof lp admiration for the greatness and nobleness of his character demand ed such of all men Like all who are placed in high and responsible positions he did some things which were open to criticisms yet on the other hand his persistant and un tiring eftorts to unite the broken ties between the North and South have never been surpassed by any President which since 61 has been the great bugbear to com mercial enterprise and prosperity v throughout the entire country William McKinley is no more only in memory Iii the Westlawn Cemetery at his old home in Can ton lies his lifeless form and with his God on high dwells his Chris- Tian t spirit where the hand of Czolgosz nor no other assassin or anarchist can never harm Ir v THE recent primary election held in the 27th Judicial district to ir nominate a candidate for Circuit Judge to be voted for at the Nov ember election vacancy caused by r the resignation of Judge J H Tinsley so as to accept the appoint merit 6f District Attorney of the- new Eastern Kentucky district re suIted in the nomination of Cook Faulkner of Barbourville over W R Ramsey of London by a majority of 300 We know of no race where there was so little difference between the candidates as i there was in this case Both good men but neither better than the J f other and ether worthyin every frf partirutar for that most important flosition to which they aspired and ff either one would reflect honor upon j i the office vy v TI yeornnlenyf4hecountry have v Awakened tdf We importance of the occasion and are frow rising front r every part of the country demand Jj r Ing that anarchy be Driven out of r t existence Peace and prosperity C2 dm3ndit so Jet the action come in whatever form it may if5 v An investigation of the recent ft republican primary held in Louis vine was begun yesterday byth r Jefferson county grand jury P Booker Reed tells his tale of woe f ga d Richard JIl1otand H1 C- StrutElls z f the rottenness done i PRESIDFNTS S PROCLAMATION Buffalo Sept Press President ISAssociatedI night issued the following pfocla4 mation By the President of the United States of America Proclamation A terrible bereavement has be fallen our people the President of the United States has been struck down a crime not only against the Chiet Magistrate but against law abidingand libertyloving citizens Presidenl McKidley was crowned by a life of the largest love for his fellowmen and of the most earnestendeavor for their welfare and by a death of Christian fortiI tude and both the way in lived his life and the vvay in which in the supreme hour of trial he met his death will remain forever a precious heritage of our people- It is meet that we as a nation express our abiding love and rev erence for his life our deep sorrow for his untimely death Now therefore I Theodore Roosevelt President of the United States of America do appoint Thursday next September 19 the day in which the body of the dead Presi dent shall be laid in its last earthly resting place as a day of mournIng and prayer throughout the United States I earnestly recommend all people to assemble on that day in their respective places of divine worship there to bow down in submission to the will of the Al mighty God and to pay out or full hearts their homage of love and reverence to a great and good President whose death has smitten the nation with bitter grief CASTOR I A for Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of b BRODHEAD 0 Dr 1 S Burdett is improving slowlyMattie Owens improves very slowly Mr J F Watson is no better at this writing Mrs Will Potts is very ill with typhoid fever W A Tyree has took the City marshals place Mr Walter Miller has moved to the section house Jt Thos Cherry was in Louisville a few days this week Miss Ethel Parker of Virginia enteredschool here Monday- A B Sayers left for his old home at Gleacoe Tuesday last IMr V P Freeman and wife are relatives at Pine Hill this weekMr E B Newland has moved into our town Wewelcome Old Tank Rev A J Pike is holding a protracted meeting in Marion countyMr C H Frith contemplates going to Palestine in 1902 about Feb 8th Miss Mattie Payne one of Crab Orchards prettiest girls was in tbwli this week Miss Ida Riddle accompanied by Mr Henry Bae sty left for Cincin nati Saturday night- R G Wilmott leftMonday last for Livingston where he will take a position as night clerk Mr Hick Painter who has been visiting relatives in Cincinnati returned Home Sunday night 11 liss Ida Tnarp entertained quite a crowd of young folks Saturday night All had eujbyable time The infant child of Mfc and Mrs John Robins who had been silk for some time died Tuesday morning about 8 oclock Rev Holtzclaw preached his farwell sermon at the Methodist church Sunday last unless he is caled for another rear Misses Susie and Lyda Helton enjoyed a five supper at the feth Hotel accompanied Toyt the two principle Southern surveyors Sun d ynighL WILDIE o Stoney Moore has a very sick childMrs 4 W M Phillips is very low with tonsilitis- Nole Parson is layed up with a carbuncle oil his arts Mat Coffee was down from Con- wayWednesday OD business Ham Jordan was down from Conway on business first ofweek Dr Cornelius of Berea was down Wednesday on propessioual business Several of our business men at tended court at Mtv Vernon Mon dayMiss Mattie Butner was visiting relatives in Mtv Vernon first of week Floyd Petus has returned from Hamilton Ohio where he has been railroadingJas was in Wednesday and said his son who has fever is on the road of recovery- J R Gatliff is still alive at this time Wednesday but in a very critical condition Riley Durham lost one child with scarlet fever first of week and has another very low Bro Ballew preached his farewell sermon Sunday we hate very much to give Bro Ballew up J Fish accompanied by his wife was in Louisville first of week buying his fall and winter goods Our Doctors are getting all they can do There is a great deal of sickness in this part ofcounty Mrs John Coffee of Tuscalo 111 has been visiting relatives and friends in this vicinity the past week We think T J Hays willaccept the nomination for Magistrate in this district If he does it is fare well to Judge Durham Judge 1 A Stewart of Deland Fla who has been visiting relatives and friends in this county and Knox has returned home President McKinley carried 75 ooo insurance Emma Goldman was arraigned at Chicago and hex bail fixed at 20000 Sum S- Eriskoof Cod Liver Oil is the means of life and enjoyment of life to thousands men women and children When appetite fails it re stores it When food is a burden it lifts the burden When youlose fleshit brings the plumpness of health When work is hardand duty is heavy it makes life brightIt the thin edge of the wedge the thickend is food But what is the use of food when you hate it and cant dig gest it- Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil is thefood that makes you forget your stomach If you have not tried it send forraa sample Its agreeable taste will Jurorise you SCOTT BOWNE Chemists York5Oc IIIlIB1iIe QII I Sanest toSuccess is a Business Education Youris AJtn wad tUomin Steare petition a i unil JoCatatogneLackycaFs Business GeJierreutxrolrvasstvlife h 4ialSz aSTOOD DEATH OFF EB Munday lawyer of Hen rietta Tex once fooled a grave digger He says My brother was very low with malarial fever lend jaundice I persuaded him to try Electric Bitters and he was ijsoou much better but continued their use until he was wholly ured I am sure Electric Bitters saved his life This remedy expels ma laria kills disease germs and Purifies the blood aids digestion cures constipation regulates liver kid neys and bowels cures onstipa tion dyspepsia nervous diseases kidney troubles female complaints gives perfect health Only soc at all Druggists drug store BlackHair a I have used your Hair Vigor for five years and ajn greatly pleased with it It certainly re stores the original color to gray hair It hairsoftJJMrs Helen KilkennyNewPortlandM- eAyer s Hair Vigor has been restoring to gray hair for fifty years and it never fails to do this workeither You can rely upon it for stopping your hair from falling for keeping your scalp clean and for making your hair grow 100 a bottle All druggists If your cannot supply you send us one dour and we will express you a bottle Be sure and give tho name f of your nearest express Address J C AYEIl CO Lowell Mass WANTED0 SPLIT SPOKES Forest Hickory I6 on heart i 4deep 28 in long all white 6 perM Forest Hickory i6on heart r34 deep 2S in long all Red 4 per M Forest Hickory 2 on hearty 2Ia deep 28 in long Red or White 8 per M Forest Hickory 2 on heart 2 in long Red or White andRed 12 per M Forest Hickory 23 on heart 3 deep 28 in long Red or White and Red i7 per M Feresl Hickorey 2 on heart 2 deep 30 in long all white 2nd growth straight grain ed free fom all defects 20 per 11 growth that 12X24second 10 per M 5 in and over in diameter ic per inch 2nd Growth Hickory Butts 10 II 12 13 14 15 i6 in and 6cperDOUBLETREE BILLETS 2r x 2U 46 in long 3i per M- 234X 242 in long 25It 24 x 334 38 in leng 20 2IX 3 36 in long 18 TO be delivered on yards between Stanford ane Hazel Patch and on the K C Railroad to C5n way L L JARRETT Inspector- BRODHEAD KY TOPSMI1Athens Ever since tho first appearance Of my menses they were verY irregular and terriblebennng beentaldngWino monthlyin years NAXNIE DAVIS What Is life worth to a woman suffering like Nannie Davis suffered Yot there are women in thousands of homes today who are bearing those terrible menstrual pains in silence If you are one of those vo want Jo say that this- same tWINE CARDUI lwill bring you permanent reHefCon sole Yowrselfwith the knowledge that 1000000 wimen have been completely r cured by Wine of Cardui these worn en suffered from lettcorrhoea irregular metees hsadaoKii andkbeam down pains Wine of Cardui will stop eilthaso aeil s and pains for yoUPurchaseafOO battle of Windof artllfDdaYil take It in the privacy ef your hone For advice and Uteratnrc idilreae giving Bymp ieparttnencTheTean 01 fE Ir fT THE BANK OF ML VERNON RT veRNQN KY OPENED 1900 atCAPITAL STOCK 1 r 13000 aH MARTIN PRES A lie EVERS VICEPRES W L RICHARDS CASHIER A B FURNISH ASST CASH KruegerGeoWe solicit accounts of firms and individuals Careful attention is given collections entrusted to us Our friends and patrons arp invited to call when in town First National Bank OF STANFORD KYlCapital Stock 100000 Surplus 184 X076r DIRBOTORS J W Hayden W P Walton J H Collier M D Elmore 0 Ried T P Hill S H Baughman W A Tribble M J Miller and S T Harris Wesolicit the accounts of the citizens of Rockcastle and adjoining counties assuring them prompt and careful attention to all busness intrusted to us Personal application and correspondence with a view to business relations invited- J S HOCKER Pres Jl O J McROBERTS Cashier- A A McKINNEY Asst Cashier r DANNIE OWENS IUNDERTAKER Caskets Coffins Robes Etc Kept in Stock Orders by Mail Telegraph or Telephone Promptly filled BRODHEAD KENTUCKY GO TO JONAS MCKENZIE WIT VERNON KY y for Everything in Dry Goods Clothing Boots and Shoes ana General V Merchandise BEST GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES WILLIS GRIFFINPractical Undertker 1DIRECTORI Stock Complete FINE HEARSE Attached Can Jurnish Metalic Caskets aAd have Embalming done on short notice Come and see me anything I have not got can get for you ou first rain that leave the city s ORDERS by wire Promptly Filled i THE PEOPLES DRUGSTORE C CDAVIS CO DRUGS PATENT MEDICINES Perfumes Stationery Cigars Tobacco Paints Oils tOILETARTrbLES PRESCRIPTIONS CAAAFUIIV COMPOUNDED iJr 2JNtJRANCF HAVE your Houses insured in the OLD RE LIABLE 11York Underwriter AgencyALBRIGHT AGENT i MtV err1on Kyt CalllatSignal Office f iiJ Mt Vernon Signal Mt VERNON KY Sept 20 Igor r ICouisViLLE NASHVILLE R RCo j I TIME TABLE 24 north 1105 a m 26 north 131 a m 28 south 157 P m 25 South 145 a m JAS LANDRUM Agent Eatercdotthe Mt Veroou Ky Postoffice as sec ondclnis malt matter MASONIC Saturd71OAm2E811T VERNON R A CHAPTER No 140MEETS every FOURTH MONDAY t2 p in CHURCHES Christian Holds services 1st 3r Sundaj at 11 n1D and at 630 p in PresbyterianHolds services on the 2nd arftf 4th Sunday nidrniiig and evening Baptist ChurchServices on the Second Saturday night and Snnday Sunday School at 9 a m every Sunday Prayer meeting oh Tuesday nights PERSONALS o =Valtef Tufj has been erious ly ill tuTs week Little Miss Luanda Whitehead nas scarlet fev6r Mrs D ft Williams has been very ill this week Jim and Harris White are again located in Indiana Cashier W L Richards was In Glencoe Ky this week Mrs Elizabeth Whitebead is reported not so well this week Sam and Jeff Pennington are spending this week with homefolks Mrs Annie Miller of Washington D C is visiting relatives hereAtty RlVI Johnson of Cooks burg attended circuit court this week v Lloyd Maret A W Soward and Elm Lechleiter spent Sunday last in Cincinnati R J Jones will soon take a position asvtekenian on tne Queen and Crescent route Mrs Dannie Adams left yester day for Buffalo She will spend a day or so in Louisville The three bright and attractive children of Mr and Mrs W A Cox all Have scarlet fever Born to the wife of Atty L W Bethurum on the isth a fine boy and was christened Mason Lovell Little Miss Mattie Butner of Wildie spent a portion of the week with her sister Mrs W F Mc Glary Mrs Sarah Padgett who has peen in Missouri for the past year ias returned to her old home near Brodhead Mr James Crontcher formerly- o Rockcastle but now located at Lexington is with friends here this week Mrs W T Short and Miss Vin nie Adams who have been critically ill for some time are almost able to be up again Judge J W Alcorn attorney ancj J A Chappel special agent for the LN attended court hefe this week Mesdames J W Tate and A Et Albright came up from Brodhead Sunday to see their brothers Walter Turpiu who is very ill iiR McClure writes from Luther O T that he and his family will start in a wagon for Kentucky September 20th Mrk Nannie C Albright went to Bfodhead Saturday to see Mrs Annie Shumate who has been J vrjzilIwith typhoid fever LA Stewart and little sxfojHleft Fuesday last for their lidtiti Florida after a pleasant staytof several weeks with friends andrelatives In the county Uncle John Brown of Preachers vifc who his as many good friends as any man who ever liveWrhi R castle was here this week x q ilgtoaU his cordial haqdt JiWVh lQ3 tt f i 3 tJlllc iMis Dove B Letcher spent Saturday and Sunday with home folks in Richmond her sister Miss HatCie having left at that time for Pennsylvania where she will attend college Messrs J E Honk and J T Adams changed places this week Mr Adams having gone to Livingston to run the business there so Mr Houk could remain here on account ofthe rush during Circuit Court Henry Cat on J J Wood Harve Dunn Jesse Dykes F L Thompson Jas T Adams J E Houk R L Bray Joe Nrton W 1vINorton Alex Tyree and others from Rockcastle took in the London Fair Friday last ii LOCAL 0 The Bank of Mt Vernon closed yesterday in honor of the dead president Reynoldslour DEADlvIr Arch McGuire liv yesImaking preparations to organize an Orchestra which will be run in connectisn with the band GOLD AND SILVERI buy all old gold and silver such as watch cases and the like Old goldmade into rings S C FRANKLIN DEAD Hobart the fouryear old son of Mr and Mrs Jim Brown of near Freedom church died Friday night of scarlet fever Bring your watches clocks spec tacles to be repaired rings to be cut solderedc c c When you come to Court see S C Franklin at Wesleys drugstore J H Dunn and Dr John M Williams election commissioners met Wednesday and selected officers foi the November election with sheriff Henry Catron as umpire STOPS THE COUGH AND WORKS OFF THE COLD Laxative BromoQuinine Tablets cure a cold in one day No cure no pay Price 25 cuts FIREA fire broke out yesterday morning at Corbin which destroyed the Martin and Gregary hotels three saloons and every thing on the West side of the railroad near the passenger depot TO CURK A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Br mo Quintne Tablets All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure It W Groves signature is on each box 25CtS The Li 8i N will sell tickets to Louisville Oct 7 to 17 inclusive final limit Oct r8that one fare round trip on account of the an nual Race Meeting Kentucky Trotting Horse Breeders Associa tion The L N will veIl tickets to Louisville September 23 to Oct 4 inclusive limited Unfit Oct 7 at one fare round trip on account of the Interstate Fair which will be the greatest fair ever held in the South =No WRAiLLEThe peopl- ehoulde practically united on the various candidates to be nominated and when a man is named by the convention next Saturday he should not think of declining the uominationICONVENTION The members of the Rockcastle County Democratic Committee met last Monday and forIIdemand that several candidates be placed in the field Let us act wisely and discreetly remember Jttg that the interest of county is at r stake thfe prospentyand peace of our hoMes are to be gravely con meninve3goodgoVertfhave good sober lawabiding men terlflj rvore and the support of our citizen and victory will crftwn our eftprts in November v COME Remember the call for a mass convention to be held inMt Vernon on Saturday Sept 28th at i oclock p in Come and bring your neighbors and piece good clean ober discreet men in nomination SHOT Jim Arnold Sr was shot Friday by his soninlaw Joe Nor ton who is a SO of Jim Norton so says one report and another is to the effect that Norton did not do the shooting Arnold it is thought will recover Mr T R Muliins tells us that they have had a very successful meeting for the past teu days at Fairview church conducted by the I Rev T D Mulling The Sunday school at that place is also in a very flourishing condition KILLEDQuince Moore snot and killed Joel Williams in Knox county near Corbin Saturday the trouble having arose over a shoot ing match Moore is a half broth er to Tom Brown who killed Maggie Neatman at Lily last week 24 ADDITIONS Rev Mart Owens reports a protracted meeting just closed at Etna Pulaskicounty conducted y himself Rev John Todd and Rev John Long which resulted in 24 additions to the the church 12 were baptised and 12 took membership ALWAYS WINsCharley the little 9 year old son of Mr T B Dunn of Whites Station took another blue at London as the best and most graceful boy horseback rider When only 4 years old he entered his first contest and since that time has been in contests jn many parts of the state even entering on the Lexington track and in all the time has never failed except in one instance to carry off the blue ribbon PICTURES Having located on Richmond street near the residence of Mr H C Gentry in Mt Vernon Iwill for ashort time make pictures at the following prices Cabinet Photographs 2 per doz i 25 54 doz Queen Size Photos i oo per doz 75cts 12 doz Card size photos 75 cts per doz Card size photos 50 cts 12 doz Everybody cordi ally invited to call and see samples No work done on Sunday Very Respect W W GREEA- RDEADMr Chas Redd Sr of Crab Orchard who has for many weeks been struggling between life and death died Sunday morn ing at 4 oclock and was hurried Monday il1 the Crab Orchard Ceme tery with Masonic honors A large number of friends from here and Livingston attended the burial of this good man Mr Redd was 8 r years old last March and leaves a wife and two children Mr Chas Redd Jr of Crab Orchard and Mrs J S Cooper of Livings ton who survive him SERVICES In obedience to the proclamation made by President Roosevelt as well as the Governor of our State she people as a whole regardless of religious faith or po litical belief met at the courthouse yesterday at II oclock where ap propriate services conducted by the RevA E Ewers were held ill memory of our late President William McKinley Dr Ewers spoke for about thirty minutes jn a most pleasing and interesting way dwelling extensively upon the character and greatness ofthe late President DINNERMriV J Ridder our first class and uptodate hotel keeper prepared a delightful din ner yesteiday in honor of the local bar and visiting attorneys Those present were Judge T Z Morrow Judge JW Alcorn Judge GW McClure Judge RG Wil ngtonIDrAG Lowell Comnionwealths Attorney JN Sharp L W Bethu S Albright Mr and Mrs 1rumJE and Dr and Mrs f Ewers To say that it w greatly enjoyed by all would be useless andto Mri and Mrs Rider are due the tbanfefor his most delightful andjleisant ch age Tirva MISTAKE In our last issue we stated that Ed Jones who was killed at London was in a crap game but it was a mistake and Jeff McQueen was the Rock cus tIe county man engaged in the game and got into trouble with Early of Corbin and Jones only stepped up to prevent it CIRCUIT COURT 0 Circuit Court convened Mon day Judge Morrow on the bench Commonwealths Attorney Sharp at his post anda large array of lawyers seated in the court room with very little business to do and but little done Up to todAy not a single jury case has ben tried GRAND JURY A E Albright J Cash J E Craig JT Proctor David Preston W H Cummiiis D L Sigman Moses McNew Owen Allen W M Dowell W M McHaigue Allen KetronPETIT JURY John Adams W F DeBorde Richard Pike A C Towery W M McKinney J N Griffin J H Preston J C Warren Henry Reynolds J M Lear W M Payne W B Sigmon j J Pur cell Jas Dolan J F Dooley R C Adams G A Proctor Squire Thompson Mart Hix H C Kirby R L Bray J C Rymel W M Hayes and O G Black But few cases were called for trial Monday or Tuesday owing to the fact that the docket was ex tremely light this Court Emma Azbillwas brought before the court on a charge of malicious cutting and shooting was givenbond in the sume of5oo which she was unable to give and was sent t jail Hamp Mize charged with murder for killing Robert Whitaker was allowed bail in the sum ofi ooo which he failed to give and was placed in the custody of the jailer The cast against Joe Mize for gam ing and W M Grant for carrying concealed weapons were both continued Robert Payne was fined 25 and ten days in jail for carry ing concealed weaponsSam Bryant Jack Hansel Jim and Harris White were each fined 25 for gaming LIVINGSTON 0 W C and John A Mullins were inMt Vernon Monday Mrs Alice McGuire returned home from Paris Saturday Miss Martha Ham of Mt her non is visiting Mrs Sam Ward Mrs Grace Ward and children of Altamont are visiting relatives hereJudge Morrow of Somerset was the guest of Bill Dilliotf Saturday andlSuuday Miss Effie Meadows of Pine Hill is the guest of her sister Mrs Lawrence Rose Mr and Mrs James Tucker are visiting the Tucker and Stevens families near May wood Mrs John Shearer who has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs McGuire returned to May wood Monday Bettie the little daughter of Mr and Mrs Wix Billion is very low at this writing and is not expected to recover Mr and Mrs D S McKinney and Mrs Sue Mullins were in Cin cinnati a few days this week attending The FallFestival 1LMisses Lela and Myrtle Hendron of Bdentou Madison Co who have been the guests of Mrs Lewis Billion returned home Wednesday Mrs Bettie Broddus of Lincoln Co was called here Wednesday f on account of the serious illness bf her granddaughter Bettie Dillion- j Misses Luna Herrin and Sla ttiei Bills returned home Monday after a pleasant visit with Mrs Graves and other friends of this place Miss Bessie Maddux who was the guest of her Aunts Mrs J T WJITKox Co A I4V2PW i This slgnatnrfi is onc erYboxoftbegen rLaiative efthe remedy tkiit Genres eeJd JB ealu i C Hm FRITHrRir BRoDHEAnKENTucKY = =DOME thdayCOMEtomorrow JJu for your own inI terest be sure iu omc DONT BUY FROM US until youve looked around if you pre eventjjdontbuy We will save You Time and Moaey Can goods 83sc2 ft Rolled Oats ccIBig Bargains iriC- LOTHING SHOES HATS DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS TpByBDE11oM II BETTER GOODS AT LOWER PRICES THAN YOU CAN GET ELSEWHERE tdfjRunLOVV Prices arid QualifiesIC Efc FRITHP1 Arbuckles Coffee iz34c Lion Coffee I2f4C XXXX Coffee iz54c- Good Green Coffee to IaCF- lour N S per bbl 444 Fiour Mt Belle 400 Flour Plajn Family oo Granulated Sugar 161bs too Light Brown Sugar 1734 lbs 100 per gallon 3oe JOCIcoal wILL PAY HIGHESTprice FOR COUNTRY PRO DUCE 1 CANT Afford TO PaintrVi THE man wtic says that that painting properly done is economy and the fact is he cant afford NOT to paint HOW often you require to paint is largely dependent upon the paint you use The Sherman Williams Paintsout last others They are the most economical paints you can use because they cover most and wear longest Add to this their good appearance and you have perfect paintsTHE SHERMAN LIAMS PAINTS They are made for many different kinds of painting What ever it is you want to painta house or anything in or out of the housewe make the right paint for that particular purpose not one I slapdash mixture for all ice Syrups forgets SOLD BY I I C H FRITHI THE AMERICAN INVESTMENT GOMPiUiY Incorporated CAPITAL STOCK 25000 00 B SEHVG SURPLUS ro 12500000 AUGUST PAID COUPON HOLDERS 200000 ofiddrtzs all correspondence to HOME OFFICE LEXINGTON KY GOOD TERMS TO FIRST CLASS AGENTS Go To ARYANILFOR ALL kinds of Staple and Fancy Groceries Dry Gbods and Notions Boots and Shoes and all goods found in a general store JUST by the Depot MT VERNON KY ft THE PEOPLE HAVE FOUND HOUK ADA1VTSi Mt Vernon Kyr t TO 0E The place for Fair Dealing and keeping on Hand wliai you want Weare Agents for Hore Shoe brand fertilisers implements shingles xjoalhayand T Anything you want come to our Big supply house and be convinced J Our Stock of Grocery SupipHes j Are Complete OUR SHOES Shelves are groaning under the loads of goods to suit the general trade of all grades hats and caps clothing over alls shirts collars and ties and a general line of men s fnrnishinos Eadies YVea pfall Kmdsv 1R OUR OUR r f goodsiare hrstclass rnotp FairDealing COME lookj buy and be satisfied thajwe 4 mean what we say and you will h continue to come HjW Adarn PHONE NO2 RtH 5tt J Miller House HUGH MILLER PRGPR g Headquarters for Commercial Men Porter at all lrainsa i The VerandaHotel jOSEPH COFFEYv PROPRv J f Stanford Ky i Specially equipped for traveling men Sample room on first floor Bath rooms free to guests RATES 200 per day Hotel Frith F FRANCISCO Propr Located at the Depot gzW fv Bodhead ftY Goad Livery Attached Meet all Trains Day and Night Traveling Men and Railroad men Solicited Will fur lunches for all trainsr wder Francic MONUMENTAL WORKS Brodbead Ky Granite and Marble Monument- and Tombstones ALL WORK FIRSTCLASS SATISFACTION GIVEN Big FourB- UFFALO ROUTE TO- MPAN AMERICAN EXPOSITION I- 1901 NE xre trt 1- JTO Indianapolis Peoria and Chicago i INFORMATION cheerfully fur riished on application at City Tick et Office BIG FOUR No 213 FOURTH AVENUE or write to 1 i S J GATES- General Agent LOUISVILLE KY i New Fast Train T- OCOLORADO TAHjt ITHEt4FACiFIC COAST Irf effect Sunday May iQth The new train will leave St Louis goo a in daily the evening train to same points 10 10 p m dl Through sleeping car service tweenSt Louis San Francisco end Northwestern points Only line dailyExcursion sale infonnationaddressRT L9pisvHleKy H CTOViTNSEND GenlPa ss r and Tkt Agt StLo- uisInsurance fy fal1 SiinaItiK ernoJlii L d CQV1T CAtENpiR COUNTY COURT Fourth Monday in each month QUARTERLY COURT Fiist Mon day in January April July and OctoberCIRCUIT GUURT Second Mon day in February Fourth Monday in May and Third Monday iti September r MT VERNON POLICE COURT Third Monday in each month L O T M Mt Vernon Hive No 24MT VERNON KY 1J6r MEETS Every Tuesday lIst and3rd week 230Pm 2nd and 4th week 730 p m Mrs NANNIE C ALBRIGHT LADY COM Miss BESSIE M HOUK LADY REG KE Pto= = tVroji KOrTM Tent loa 21 MT VERNON KY MEETS every ist and 3rd Mon day in each month 730 p m GEO Si GRIFFIN COM ARCH FURNISH REC KE- EPMLMYR5 DENTISTMT VERNON KY OFFICEAt the Rice property 38isP A Pennington D D S M DENTST N W Cor Third and Chestnut S LOUISVILLE KY Will be at Millet House Mt ernon during all Circuit Courts R G Williams AttorneyatLaOW MT VERNON KY nOFFICE on Church St Op posite Court Hpuse R L BROWN ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KEFTUCKY i6YOFFICEUp stairs in old brick hotel opposite Court house Special hlections C C Wil lianas AttbrneyatLaw MT vERrtoN cam E OFFICE On 2nd floor The Bank of Mt Vernon on Chun streetSpecial attention given to collections G W MCCIURE J W BROWN McCLURE N- AttOrne ysrat La wt MT EAllwill receive prompt attention Office room No8 in the old Brick HotelcFurniture and UndertakingI orders filled promptly Motto Best goods and lowest pricesrv SonOLIVINGSTON KENTUCKY MULLIN5 HOTEL Furnished with every Conven ccndComforErlJohn Farmer Prop LIVINGSTON KY SAMPLE rooms for Commercial men An explosion of gas in the arGlenwoodSpdqgsCoL i4il1v l Y The Rev James A Wildman wastarredahdffe thredby a mob at Huntington Indv because he had made uncomplimentary re marks concerning President Mc Kinley ita l tV 7lj itfJi l i Yr ba ti A ATTORNEY ROBERT A FRIEDRICHS EX rERIENCE IK ALASKAsaio For something over two years General Robert A Friedrich was United Statts Attorney for Alaska and during that time convicted more criminals than all his prerie cessors combined since the Territory came under the sway of civil government in 1884 The result of his labors is that life and property in Alaska today are said to be safer than in any State or Territory west of the Mississippi River General Friedrich writes this account of tile Horton murder and as he was the prosecuting attorney at that trial he may justly be con sidered as one in authority to know whereof he speaks and not the man be other than an impartial judge In this respect his story is witness itselfThe of Horton and his young wife on an island in the wild Alaskan waters is certainly one of the most fiendish and remarkable in the history of crime None the less interesting is the character of Hanson His evolution from a redhanded savage to a Godfear ing man is made consistent through the virile Ten of General Fried rich To millions of readers Alaska with its 500000 square miles o f territory with a population of only eleven human beings to a hundred square miles is a veritable land of oDw Within this imperial domain are cottsand valleys upon which the foot ofa human being has never trod and over which eternal andeverlasting silence has held unchallenged sway since that earliest timeiwhen the choral symphonies of the stars first rangout through celestial space The coastlines of Southern Alaska are broken at intervals of from one hundred to five hundred miles apart with villages and hamlets whose inhabitants daiJliook ort mountains which no one of them has ever scaled or explored nor has the remotest idea of ever attempt ing to do so Even to those who ave dwelt for years along its or have prospected the streams and foothills for gold its incognitathe ca vas never been written We are as botindaofry forcit and received as evidence of our title an instrument whichat the transaction had been between in viduals would have been denomin ated a quitclaim deed The Emperor of all the Russias rOUghhisEdward de Stoeckl the 30th day of March x86 7 affixed his signature to a paper which in the parlance of diplomatic TreatyofCession the Emperor conveyed to the United States of America all 6f Russia rights franchises arid privileges in said territory or do theretoAll t described as follows Commencing at a point in the parallel of 54 degrees 40 minutes north latitude and between the mist andIf2 degree of west longitude nieridiaii of Greenwich the d line shall ascend to tjisY north PortlnndChannel 56thilist mentioned point the line of demarcation shall follow the summit of the mountains situated parallel to the coast so far as the inter section of the i4ist degree of West longitude of the same meridian and finally from the said point of intersection the said meridian line of the i4ist degree in its prolongation as far as the frozen ocean And this is mostly all we know of Alaska It is no wonder then that fertile and elastic imaginations when their owners attempt towrite anything Alaskan revel wildly and madlywhen turned loose in these practically limitless realms- I recently read a story in the June number of a well known put lication whichgoes far to strengthen this theory and which largely influence me to give to the readers of The Sunday Call the true history ofwhat under the circumstances and conditions was the mos remarkable case in criminal history of the Northern Pacific Coast namely the murder of Florence and Burt Horton by Alaska Indians in t899conviction their subsequent trial and sentence For the benefit of those who have read or may ready the story referred to I will explain that itis entitled The True Story of Ke beth the Aleut As United States Attorney for the District of Alaska it devolved upon me to prosecute Jim Hanson the Kebethof the aforesaid story and his companions in crime for the cruel murder of that un fortunate youngcouple Burt and Florence Horton were natives of the litth town ofEugene in the State of Oregon and at the time of their death had been married less thanone year A few weeks after their marriage they migrated to Skaguay He was 27 years of age and a member of high standing of the orders of Elks and Knights of Pythias She was 19 years of age anda devout mem t1bar of the Episcopal church From Skaguay they went to White Pass a camp at therhead of the terrible trail of that name over which thousands toiled and many died Klondikei theIHortons kept a little restaurant and many a worn and discouraged miner went on his way more en couraged gull with a lighter heart diafter he had broken his fast at the summitI winsomeISkaguay and took lip their resi dence with Mr and Mrs Sessions whom they Ijiad known years be fore About thefirsl of October Mrs Horton being in delicate tostytakan outing andspend a few weeks hunting and fishing at the tread of Sullivan Island on Lynn Canal He accordingly purchased a small boat and such necessary wouldjfortable UiCONTINUED IN NEXT ISSUE lu1trlut1tiult1 Ob tbthrttiuI1rkith 5 REASONSr d fwaxJYouCourse at the a o t t Massey BusIness Colligei+ LOUISVILLE J KY + 1 It is the leading Commercial Scliool iir Kentucky iji 2 Itscpursepf study are throl1ilUin systematic t i i j t S A written 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