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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t T 1 j flU EHJlAIr mF ii iVOLUME XV MT VBRKON ROCI CASTLE COUNTY KY FRJDAT JANUARY 17 190NIIT TBER ii J TELL MY FRIENDS TO BE BRAVE AND FEARLESS AND LOYAL TO THE GREAT COMMON it TH LTS RightY00 VEGUESSBbItfkv u lAM President Secretary Treasurer and General Manager of our firm v PO Ill Tell you all About Its r I f Have ltEWTHotrSAND DOLLARS worth of Winter Goods in all lines toilxise out f int rrjI the newt4o days and they are going COSTorn9COST February 15th we i put ln the Largest stock of Spring goods that ever came to Mt Vernon and we are Compelled tppike room Quick Gome early and bring your Pocketbook Eggs or any old thing d yG B KERJINTERESTING SHADING FROM THE PEN OF EX a GOV W O BRADLEY TAKEN FROM SUN j5 r DAYS ENQUIRER U W 0In tlie Spring of 1875 I tins em I Toyed in ut action for slander instituted in the Roekcastle Circuit Court The petition alleged that the female defendant had uttered and published of and concerning the plaintiff that he had poisoned his wife who had died a short time before The woman admitted the speaking of the words and charged them to be true It is unnecessary to repeat all that took place on the trial though there were many amusing occuren cs I tice rao thep1 hint ff it 1 should be said that the proof show ed that the wife had after having taken a dose of creosote been giv cu a glass of vinegar by another than her husband without any le lonious intent and that the two fef constituted a deadly poison from It she died The defendant undertook to show that the man was in love c with a young lady and had been trying to obtain her consent to run away with him and that this was h his motive for killing his wife rAmong other things the follow i lug letter was introduced on the trial and identified by the man as having been written by him Pinchill Rockcastle County Oc tober 12 1874 u Nancy Jane i am going tew rite tew you won time moar lew let you no that qe ilia not furgot you and i hoop yu hay not furgot me mi deare i think about you moar and moar v awl the tyme i am sorri to think Ithatyou have treat ma so mi darlin it grief mi hart to think that yu wood beleave what other people say befour you wood belief me i hat bin a freud to yu awl mi life u and hay alms told yu how to do and i am agoing tu tri yoar fathe won time more i luve yu mi darlin still and i shall never hait yu but there is won thing that i hait mi dearey to think of and that is yu hay treat me sot i am agoiri tu The tew yu and ask yu tew rite tew me one tiam dtel1 me what yu hay hered r pleze houie if Ou hev hered what I hevIhered yu hav hered a dinged dont kare who toald it tew yu mi darlin i wantyu tew speak tew mi bone when yu see me let it be nite or dai if yu love ms i no that oucant hait mew = now if yu want to go i will talk yu and marrie yu and bring yu rl jjba k home link a laclie honie An I want yu tew tell me whether yu told i had asked yoar pappy for yu r Cor otyu toldme yu would love me if i was the last man in the worl 5jjyujiiiMH i iris yu aught tew prove 4 4 IitfiiJiSOiie vay yii ways inistakinc when yn tld thac i had asket for yu i hay not but icu ef yu say scu r did you tell tlief joncromer snd kid crouiea and me hijd be1 t h I swaded yu tew go with me honie yu must not tauk so much yu will get everybody to hait yu honie i want yu tew tel me whut yu want me tew do with them close that i baut fur yu if yu want them ini honie yu kin hev them fur i love yu mi darlin nancey jane I ast yu to let noboddie sea this letter onlie the wun that red it lew yu honie i want to say tew yu tew give me a gude naim to everbody an i will give yua gude naira i am shoar tew dew thet much fer yu honie enyhowe now remember it is mortle fer yu tew lay this body down tew dye so mi honie remember me until yu sea the pail hoss of deth an his rider acomin an may the lord git yu an the devel mis yu is mi hum- emi prair mi honie At this point appears a large spotI of blood upon the page ant the letter continues as follows here is bludd it is from the sentar of mi hart i will send it tew yu tew let yu noe thet mi hart IS broke intoo mi darlin this is the best i kin do now an nancy jain i want u tew prae fer mei mi darlin at hoam an abrawd i am goin tew be a gud boy an i shant sae whut yu tole me not tew sae the other da enny more mii honie i will prae fer yu mi dearie boath uite and dai at home an abrawd ifi cant be with yu an hey yu in this worl ikin meat yu hy up in hevven wher partin will be no moan mi honie so may god bles yu an the deavel mis yu honie so heari will makea round ring otew shoe yu that mi live fer yu wil neaver end when this yu set remember me fer this yu kin sea when yu kant sea me mi honie nancey jain i will ask yu tew go tew bud adameses or sam oweneses an tauk tew me about 10 or 15 minits ef yu pleas mi darlin an writ yu tew rite tew me ef yu pleas mi honie git sis tor tew rite it fer yu god bles yoar cowl mi honie and tel me some of the questiugs i heve axt yu ini honie so i must come few a clogs i kant tel yo Tuff mi mind y honk god bles yu ini dearie prae fer mean spealce tew me an shaik hats with me mi honie Marion to Nauceye Jaine After tlie defendant had read this letter he was asked by Charles Kirt- le a little hunchbacked lawyer o wonderful acuteness and ability who was shaped like an interroga tion point and whose wit was as keen as a Damascus blade whether all he said in that letter was true I This he ouswered in the affirma tive Is the statement that that drop of blood cause from the center of your heart true asked Kirtley tNo gasped the witness Ten from whence did it come deraauciedwKirtley in ihe shrillest foue r r u I got it outen a chickens laig responded the defendan- tIt is perhaps proper to add that the plaintiff obtained a verdict for one cent damages THE HANDWRITING OF JUDGE BOYD Judge Boyd of London Ky enjoyed the reputation of being a bold uprighht and courageous Judge He had but one fault and that was that his handwriting was very difficult to read Indeed a sheetot paper with his Chirography on it presented more the appearance- of the wanderings of an unfortu nate spider that had fallen in an ink stand than anything else But like all men who write snes erable hands the Judge was extremely sensitive on this point atidC on one occasion inflicted a fine upon a lawyer who undertook to reflect upon his handwriting in an argument before the jury In the case immediately following Elijah Hurst of the Pineville bar in attempting to read the instructions of the Court found himself in volved in a hopeless labyrinth Not desiring to meet a fate similar- to the attorney who had just preceded him he remarked to the juryGentlemen I am not able to read Judge Boyds beacause he does not write wellbe cause we all know to the contrary but on account ofa serious defect in my education PINE HILL o Mrs Js Hall continues ill Mrs Geo Doan is now on the sick list Mr Robert Collier of Brodhead was down on business this week Messers Ramsey and Roberts went to E Bernstadt Monday Mrs John Jones went to Jellico Tenn to visit home folks Mr Wm Sympson came home last Saturday for a brief but pleas ant visit Miss Nancy Watson of Stanford Ky spent a short while here wih friends Mrs H McFerrons many friends will be pleased to hear she is slowly IrImprovIng g Everyoeis verylanxiously awaiting the out vcqnie of the deal for the coal mines that is on foo now fThe C E society was reorganiz ed last Sunday for the ensuein iyear with the s me officers with exception of President Mr J C Johnson being elected totake place of Mr J Hightower the retirhig one The Richmond Virginia near who has been arrested for mania r an obscene picture to Mr3oosevclt about the time of the Booker Wash sytpvttep r- R B MULLINS Who succeeded Mr Chas For rester Jan ist as traveling salesman for Cowan McGlung Co of Knoxville Tenu one of largest wholesale establishments in the entire South For the past four years he has Been representing Augustus Wright of Lynchburg Va and has proven himself a first class salesman The first bill for GIMt Vernon all ct onetime That the relations between banks and trusts are closer than they ought to be seems to be proven fry recent events in Olio where a busted trust has busted sever al banks Lewis Nixon Tammanys new leader is not yet 42 years old He was an honor graduate of the Naval Academy and the designer of the battleships Oregon Indiana and Massachusetts Since 1895 he has been shipbuilder on his own account Tammany is to be con gratulated I I What this Boys Mother Says has been said by the mothers of retalid strengthening qualities of Dr Miles Nervine I HASTI NEB I Our little boy Ham had spasms and c feared the disease for3lem his mind Though we doctored continually be grewworje and had ten spa tns in one week Our at tention was directed to nrMilesNery ftie and we beau its ue Vhen hs hnd takeu the urth bottle the spasms oneJfeet ifEJ B M TINDALL Dr Miles Remedtc5 resQrd- tobyj benefit or raoney refunded Dr Miles Mdi tCc Elkhart Ind I C THE BANK OF Mt ViiEf MT WRNON p 2OPENED Igoo CAPITAL STOCK IyC C IAW L RICHARDS CASHIKR A B nycid DIRECTORS Jonas McKenzie Geo Fiitz Krueger Rod Perry Vincent Borcinjj We solicit accounts of firms and in tion is given collections entrusted to us Our friends and patrons are invite DANNIE C inllliil ri UNDKRT1r Caskets Coffins Etc 5 Kept in Stock Orders by Mail Tel r Telephone Promptly filled I BRODHEAD KENTUCKY WILLIS GRIFFINPractical Undertker and FUNERAL DIRECTOR Mt Vernon Kv Stock Complete on and see me I not can get for you on the CHA3NEB FOR TEN FINE HEARSE Attached Can furnish Metalic Caskets and have Embalming done short notice Come anything have got first train that leave cit- yORDERS by wire Promptly Filled ASTHMA CURE FREE IASTHMALENE yzAS THERE is nothing like Asthmalene Itbrings in even iu the worst cases It cures henallelse foils saysYourcondition I cannot tell you how thankful I feel for- the good derived from it I was a slave chained yearsItisement for the cure of this dreadful and tormenting oerspokenYOllrsehastonishment the trial acted like a charm Send TIe a fullsize bottle WE ASTHMALENEt y mail POoTPAID ABSOLUTELY FREE OF CHARGE to any sufferer who ill wiitefor it even on a postal Never mind thnugh you are despairing hovyerer bad your case ASTHMALEN Enll relieve and cure The worse your case the more glad we are to ctcl i Do notdday Write at once addressing DR TAFT SoldbyJ r Ny1y MtVernon Sigaalj b p FRIDAY JAN 17 1902 published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT f SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO jIS J Advertising rates made known on application EDITOR CAMPBELL of The Somf j erset Journal is a natural born newspaper man and a good one too Of the many exchanges which come to our desk nono are appreci ated and readwith3 more pleasure than the Journal It is clean neway and uptodate and like that old whisky Ed Walton Ltalks so much about gets fbetter all the time SENATOR SJSORGET FARIUS of Garrard county has introduced a measureproviding fof submitting to the people of the States the ques tion of amending the constitution and returning to the old viva voce Ktfcui f voting At the last ses iue general assembly a is introduced by the tlivefto gejtmuch table and it is Ihis bill wjll die vJ i V i t i death It is al 1 weffenbugh alone on of the Int fi c issued Vetjnes account of the of the Lincoln ank Hon Jas B aryB McCreary Kentuckys into notice i d in rais th it ior the Kent In this he was slielieuten ant colpf held at the CIOSCrved with distinc jf Tennes see andorgaiT 1tl Bragg a ikiuridge in Virginiered with EeginlenLttOX He en rSin 1866 be lug chose sent Madison county in tucky Legisla ture and agaU 1871 and 1873 this honor was bestowed on him without opposition from his own party He so acquitted himself at the first session that at the two Isucceeding sessions he was made speaker In 1875 as the democratic can didate for governor he was opposed by one of the ablest and oldest politicians Kentucky The republicans had as their candidate the Hon John M Har lau now one of the justices of supreme court of the UnitedStales McCreary was elected by 37000 majority Alter retiring from the Executive office be was elected to the 49th Congress and was reelect ed to the 5 tbl 5ist 52nd53rc and 54th sessions For 12 years he was a member of the Committee on Foreign Af fairs of the House He was twice its chairmani He was also a memo ber of the committee on Coinage Weights ancj Measoies and the Worlds afr and Private Land Claims He was the author of the bill establishing a- Land Court to adjudicate the claims growing out of the treaties between the United States and Mexico known as the Garden Treaty and the irGuadaloupt Hidalago treaty He was alro the atlthor of the bill which provided for the PauAmer fcsii Congress GoV McCreary was appointed by tbe president of the United Slates io S2 oaeof the five corn Vmissioucrs to represent the United StaVes in the linernational Moue try Conference In that confer eucehe distinguished himself as au advocate of Bimetallism Although in public life both military and civil for more than 30 years Gov McCreary has lost none lot his physical or mental vigor My bib long ex perieiice political kiiowl edge and acquireuichts he has throughlyfit d Jiimseif to be ciVflit the representative vof Ken tuck in heUq11c SateSeiiate V i 12 r c r I r n f 1 POLITICS and POLITICiANS =0 When Admiral Schley visits Knoxville Tenes February 5 he will be presented witha gold lowing cup Senatpr Quad nids the rumor that he is to retire from the Senate rle says his health is greatly im proved President Roosevelt Saturday is sued an order to the Secretary of the Treasury directing that Collec tors Roberts and Franks of Kentucky remain in offic Nothing has yet been done in the case of Surveyor Barnett Congress says the organ of Hannaism in Kentucky is getting ready ta give the Philippines an American sort of government ov1IedTimnesCol t G Colson is the most statesmanlooking member of the House says a Frankfort special H If he looks it he isnt it says the French proverb But you pays your money and you takes your choice says the ol- dsyingTinies BR6DHEAT 0tBrodhead is the banner town in Kentucky Mr Bogie Phillips of Wildie was in town Wednesday Dr Percy Benton bought of Mr Brown a good saddle horse for 70 The Baptist church at this pastorIfor this year John Cress was in our midst again Wednesday and left with a nice bunch of swine T S Frith is the most enthusiastic man in this section on the Temperance movement Rev J W Masters the Corbin evangelist went to Crab Orchard to lecture Wednesday night The Rev Stinuet of this place began a protracted meeting at the M E church last Monday night Mrs Ellen Baker a good lady of the Glades neighborhood was in town Wednesday She went on friendsSMr JW Tate the expert bird hunter of this section is nowjest ing and will continue to do so un till the i5th of next November Mr William Reynolds of Shelby City moved into our town last Tuesday and is now occupy ing the house vacated by Mr John Anderson You can buy everything consumed in a house cheaper in Brod head than any town on the L railroad It is the place for the people to get value received for their money s The Temperance Alliance or LarfFrith VicePresident The first meeting f the society will be next Monday night Dr Benton an excitizen of Brodhead is back at his old stand and willing and ready to help those in trouble and affliction We are glad to welcome hin back as we always feel safe when the Dr is around rA E Albright is not only a good citizenofour town but ah riiterprising merchantj good hus baud and father but he ia chris tian worker in his churcliv A fewJ more such men would strong church at BrodheaU Dr Bentons house caught fire onthroof last Tuesday evening but as there were two men near by fciHnnaleYl1adjlO slop on hand they were able to subdue the flamesin a few minutes fRe J W Masters of Corbin the State Evangelist for the Pro rhibition Alliance ivas in our town Tuesday evening and Wednesday morningv He delivered avery convincing lecture on the subject of Prohibition of the liquor traffic and also du fesdayig tt and organized a Prohibition Alliance on Wednesday morning with a charter membership of twenty 1j 1 lit t f2 1 ilHl0it 7 17 L i I vBEE LIOK y MrsyGeorgey Brown Jsf6nfthei sick lit r1 RevC O Mf Walleli 4contmues quite feeble v Charley Roggers purchased Thqs Roggers farrn price paid tin known r v J Mri Jacob Elder sold one of his farms to a Mr Towery of Rock c sJIfor 275 i t W S Delanyj of this place has gone to Stanford to assist Jailer W I Herrin in his duties W H Brown of ireactiersville and Josh Wilson of thu place are feeding a bunchof fat shoats Miss Lulie Wilson is spending the week near Quail with her ReyIpointment at the Christian church last excelrwlen sermon Miss Jennie Thompson n r John tewisj of brawfordsville Ind are visiting friends and rela tives at this place t Mr Wade Perkins and Mater Jack Perkins of Crab Orchard are pleasant guests at their grahd mothers Hrs Pattie Perkins Mr Gillis Colson left last week for Virginia where he will canvas for a portrait company Mrs Cols will spend the winter at her fathers M G Reynolds The Christian church has called Rev DR Gentry to serve as BaptistiFlat Lick for their pastorZ Messrs Edgar Cooch and Elmer Payne of Albia passed through here Tuesday en route to Brod headwhere Air Payne boarded the train for the sunny South II Misses Martha and Bessie Reynolds and Messrs Hubert Barnes artylday night All reported the eyen ing spent quite pleasantly The many friends of BUCK VAR NON at this place ate soroy indeed to hear of His bad health All sincerely hope for his speedy recovery especially the writer as she is one of his former students Prof M E 1eld9nop ned school Monday at h Thompson schoolhouse with thirtyfive pupils in attendance The pupils from a distance are Miss Avie Browns of Quail and Messrs Joe Holmantof Crab Orchard arid Cyrus Barren of Flat Lick DIspurANTAe o There is plenty of thud around here Jeff Garett andBill Angliri went to Richmond Monday Miss Effie Mcguire was married Jan i to Mr Abe Philips Miss Nannie Anglm visited your correspondent Wednesday v Eva the oldest child of Johnny Rector died afew days ago rL Bert Williams from ilL is visit ing friends ori Clear Creek G W Purkey outi postmaster wentfjto Richmond l1darO Misses Nannie Anglin and Gracie elark went to Bereai Friday J Mrs Eliza Mullins is visiting her sister Mrs Sallie Woods this week MISS Bartie Reynolds who has been sicS toisevralnonths is no fbetteriMessrs James ELammond and f Sherman Svinforaweii to Berea Sunday j h 1 J Mr Will Stephens of Scaffold Cane visited friends on Clear creek 0 Sunday h J Uncle JiinHarnmondof Clover Bottom is isitiiighist Jprr W AI Hammond t f Green PurkyrofJakson county is visiting his brother GW Fdrky of this place i Miss Minnie Garettr the n1year old daughter of James Gar Was married Jew days agpftf Mr Cash Van Winkle inquire JVM E eyijoldffsays he the1ladieswont prtarry tlietnto soni1e else jI rrE if4 t r i t l t 555 I j tlShelrerwhproving slowly Mr MarionAngnsgpir5ji Mq Reynolds and W W Anglin went to J3erea Thursday Mrs Nora Gadd of ScaRoid Cane died Jan biirried at Scaffold iCanecenietryJn S i Rev 1 W Lambert oS Fair- View spent Saturday and Sunday with friends pnClearCreek We were not surprised to hear of the marriage of Prof R iR Rey nolds to Miss Mattie Scboouover 7 i iLiir r- S wentf la Jellico SundayIr Ed Gentry VecJlered shoolat Level Green Monday G B Sutton bought of John HDerse 10 ljqgs at aboiut 4Ctsj david Herrin was iii the mountains the latter part of lastweek Miss Lillie Mcbee went to Mt Vernon Tuesday to enter school John M Brown sold to Andrew Long a yearling filly for forty dol lars ELop Qt9C P iY3 in the country the latter part of last week P H Shutts sold to JasV Broils 100 bu of seed pats at 35cts per bushel Miss Ava Brown is attending school at Thompsons school house in Pulaski W M Poyutar of Mt Vernon c visited his father Vincent Poynter lastSunday Rev J L Davis began a protracted meeting at Browns schoo house Tuesday night After an extended visit with his daughter Mrs Ellen Baker John Brown has returned to his sons W H Brown at Preachersyille NEWS ITEMS Q r The taking of testimony in the Jim Howard case began Saturday morning Drs Ely andvHume Eph Lillard Jack Chin n and Bow man Gaines were among the wit nesses who gave evidence An alumnus of Centre College whose name is witbheld has given 25000 toCeritral University provided 25 060 more is raised by f February 15 Jim Mays colored wHo attempt ted to rrirhinally assault a prominent young white girl in Washington county Vednesday night was taken from the SpringfieldjaIl t2 oclock Saturday morning and lyncued L2body was found hanging to a tree in the High School yard The National Bowling tourna ment will begin at Buffalo N Y January 20 At Manchester N H Annie rBeaudry shot Jennie Cagnon and hen committed suicide 7 Padre a big medicine man of the Yuma tribe in Arizona has been offered as a sacrifice and tortured to death 5 ThinkAbout It Before IT is too latSho1Lsonit thing happen to you tomor witeINewIMUTUALtLIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF KENTUCKY and proyide for a tithe 5tke xpu will no jonger be able o care Tor our family v Come and see Tis J C BECK JR SpecIa1Aent State Bank and Trust Blclcr Ricttmoncl fly tOThus ELI EN E BijTNERJltri Agent rtVernon Kentucky I 5H Jj I r2 1 J I i 1I2n l7 The Whisky Trust today reduced its capital stock from 125000 OOoto J509jpOOw Prince Henry oj t1stla vill1 r t5 come t6 tu oik ei 11rn1ercr Wiiliams yacht Hohenzollern to tlietaiincifitng of th Kaisers new mericunImilr acht i jCASJORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears thfe Signature of C ku Soft J Harness You can mako your bar gloveIlast twice as long aa it ordinarily w- oulEUBEA I darliaS ROI maea poor looking bar Cetallte new Mada of pure heavy bodied oil npeclally prepared to wIth- stand tho weather Sold eyerrvrhero In cans all aizca Mtbj STANDARD GIL CO ARE YOU DEAF WnifZFrnAA really healthy woman has little pain or dScmforf at lite menstrual periodo wotiiaa needs to hare any Wine ef Cardui will quickly relieve those smartin andVthe dragging hca lrback and side aches caused br falling of the womb and irregular menses mlEOFcARDUI has brought permarient relief to 1000000 women who suffered every m nth It makes tho menstrual organs strongand healthy It is the provision made by Na ture to give women relief from the terrible aches and pains which blight so many homes GEEEHWOOD LA Oct 14 1900 timeIuntilIrelievedIfeel1t MMMATODST sjmpktna1Lc11C uuog- aTTL Ld ANYf HEAD NOISES ALL CASES C rEhct11p r a QI t l M1 c fa11r our new invention Oziy the l0 f Jl inttbF tiiU tin7Oj v AS r EATELV F A VJERJA4 OF EALTIMO5E SAYS BtTT3ioTr JIcL March o 170- 1GfnttdHtK Beinir entirely curcii of deatnci tuuiks to your treatment I uiH nor zwe you- n fun iiisiory of isjcast toliciistdrl oir lcr iun About v years ngo my right car 1tt to sing antI this kept on Selling vrerse wutU I lost mv hcarinr in this ear entirely I undcnvcnt a trentincnt for catarrh for tlirec months without ryyrttccess coll5ultcda num ber of phvsicianss amoag others tilc most cjiiitieiit car of tls city who toll me twt only an operation could help me and even that only temporarily that the head noises woum then cease but the henrin in the afTccteU ear would be lost fore r I then saw your tdertisemeut iccidemallin1XewYorkpt aiul ordered trrt merit After F had used it only aew dns according to your directions thejorseaxeastfd anu today after five weeks hearini in the diseased ear has been entirely res yo4 heartily and beg to remain Vcry truly F 2RMANf 730 S Broadway Baltimore Md Our treatment does not interfere with your usual occupation SfflSfftf4 YOU CAN CURE YOURSELF AT HOME 1 inShM INTERNATIONAL AURAL CLINIC 596 LA SALLE AVE CHICAGO ILL First National Bank OF STANFORD KY Capital Stock 5100000 Surplus 1804076 RECTORS lJ Wflayden W P Walton J H Collier M D Elmore CLRted T P Hill S H Baughman W A Tribble M J Miller and S T Harris We solicit the accounts of the citizens of Rockcastle and adjoining counties assuring them prompt and careful attention to all busi ness intrusted to us Personal application and correspond ence with a view to business relations invited JS HOCKER Pres JNO J McROBERTS Cashier A A McKINNEY Asst Cashier GO TO JONAS MCKENZIE MT VERNON KY for Everything in Dry Goods Clothing Boots and Shoes ana General J Merchandise BEST GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES THE AMERICAN INVESTMENT COMPANY Incorporated CAPITAL STOCK 25000 00 RESERVE SURPLUS 12500000 ftlOUNT PAID COUPON HOLDERS u 200000 QQ v fi Address all corns ondcfice t9J + i HO 3i K OFFICE iT eLEXINGTON KY J4f fi GOOD TERMS TO FIRST CLASS AGENTS FiREiNPR Nck HAVE IIIyourIAgenc Es ALBRIGHT AGENT MLt Vernqnr Ky i Call at Signal Office T iMt vernon sigil lf rVERNOW KY JAN 17 1902 I S kH- r hW I I tJ I LOUI NABHVILLC R R cojp TIME TABLIZI 24 north i 1105 am 26 north ii2am I 3 south 200 Pro 45 South 148 a m JAS LANDRTJM Agent PflterHottlse lit VsrooTj Ey PMtoflSce as aee oodClats mail wetter MASONIC Ashland Lodge No 640 meets 2nd Satur ay JO A m arilT VERNON Jl A CHAPTER Tfo WO MEETS every FOURTH MONDAYJat 2 p ill t Christian Holds CHURCHES services 1st Sri Sunda3 tt 11 turn and at630 p In Presbyterianholds services on the 2nd and 4th dunday morning and evening Baptist nrehSerTiees on the Second Satnrday night and Sunday Sunday School nt9 a ra every Sunday Prayer meeting on Tuesday nights PERSONALSco r O W I Dooley was here Sunday in W M Pointer was in Stanford Tuesda- ySS hablc tobeoii ththeMiss Carie Lair was viiiTngL here yesterday Mrs FL Thompson is very much improved Mr Abel Penningtqn was in Condon Wednesday George McCarth3t of Livingston f was here 3esterdayir 4 Deputy Collector W Tr Short was here Wednesday Minor Fish has been changed from Jellico to Sinks nigbts Miss Sallie Rickles has returned from a visit to relatives at Lexiug ton c JyMrs Frank We h has returnedh from a visit to relatives in Jackson county Miss Cora Sloan of Sloans Val ley is visiting the family of W B I SmithkRev J C regular appointment at Preachers ville Sunday James Porter of Bengei Ky father ef the late Lee Porter was here Monday til We are informed that Mr J J Wood will go into business at Lln ford Station The threeyearTold son of Mr and Mrs Jim Rickles is very low with scarlet fever4 Judge and Mrs G W McClure s although sligl ly improved still remain in verypoor health l Mr ad Mrs J C Munday of i Ford Ky are the proud parents of a fine ten pound girl babybHugh Miller has Croutcher property on Richmond street and moved to it yesterday DavidButuer tiasabout recovered from his severe attack of feverr suf L ficiently so to be able to come to stowjti Tuesday 4 4 Mrs G D Cdokxethrnedto1iei home in Livingston yesterday after pleasant visit to her parents Judge B Lair iand Mrs J C A Rice passed through Mon day en route to hfe home at May wood from a Business trip to Liv ingston and other points Eugene Muffins went to Pine ville li iddle borough anothe- rpoints this week taking orders r Abpot3 and shoes for his father f t Miss Mattie McFefron of Liv t ingston is in school here Will i Brannaman of WUdic Js In charge + r of the L NMat this place whiMn Jim Stephens is pffon a I lezvcCitizen s The State agent at Lotiisyllle told a Stanford gentleman the other day that Mr RB Mahony of the Continental Insurance Co was the best local agent in the State The gentlemans friends are glad to know that he is making such a fiuij record Interior Journal r i r 1Drrie caused by a severe fall Monroe and John Frazier and MTS James Omara were here to at endj the iVurrjal of their mother Mrs Coyle Mrs Emma Fish has rented frtZ11 Vlfii hadshouciflthe part of town and we ares leased to say will remain in Mt Vernon Mr M G Reynold a splendid merchant and a mighty good man of the Bee Lick section was here Tpesday looking after some import ant business interests MrM F Brinkley at one time the leading merchant of Mt Verv honj but now representing a arge clothing house in Cincinnati will be here next Monday t ttir failure to have a letter from Conway this week is due to our ble correspondent Mr M R ones being alled to Lincoln on account of sickness at the home ofhis fatherinlaws Mr W Vw Wright who is himself very lbw with typhoid fever besides two daughters who are not expected to live and within thelast six weeeks hashad twosons to die LOCALS oBWAKTED Afa hogcall at the SIGNAL office T DrML Myers has his office the Kreuger new brick inSwestern part of town Jt James Maret informs us that e will haVea new Key board ate exchange by February istnThe Cheap Laundry Lexington Davis Collars i4c Fine shirts 7c i Jan 17 0 Jis JAIL Deputy Marshal J C Mullins landed Abe Griffin in jail yesterday ona charge of selling liquor unlawfullytLIVJ AND LET LIVE Agency of Lebanon Laundry fates reasonable 1JtakenCOSSIE SUTTON Agt Cashier W L Richards of The Bank of Mt Vernon says that the bank has insurance to cover ever iollar that is ever left in the safe Burglars may come wont uIft the batik financiallyJc j SuiciDE1 Mollie Thomas col ored committed suicide Tuesday morning by shooting herself through the heart with a 32 caliber pistol The exact cause which dher to commit the deed is tinpnown IN COUNTY COURT The only case called for trial this week was4 the one against Sissy Carpenter andM Jabe Dunn charged with tion The case was continued un tomorrow on account of absent witnesses MADDOG A maddog passed L through by Langford Station Wednesday and is said to nave bit ten about 40 d T horses mules and cattle One striking incidence was that the dog went 10 a house ndseeing through the window Pomeroom lying around the fire fqr ed its ways through w udoTV pane to where they were bit theniall and then turn immecflately and leftSDog killing has bn the oMer day in that section 23 dead eing the last report FIDDLERS CONTESTVAT- yree d informs us thathewill give an Old Fiddlers contest in the Al bright Hall at Brodnead Tuesday night Jan 215 A gen eral good time is insured Dr IS Burdett H G Howard James Sowders Larkin Hicks Fount Tyree Joel Xunce Will Lauey Singleton John Anglin Joe Farm er are some of the contestants whet are practicing day and night be sides others from Lincoln county who are expected to enter Admis Siofl25Ct5 i ADMINISTRAThIXS SALE l Q The uudersigdas Admcx of- r the estateof J L Ramsey decc- f l will on Wednesday tTje Z2d day c Jan r9b2bCgithingatio IA 11 at the late residence of sai Ramsey on Renfroes reekIn- Rockcastle county Ky sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder the following described property About 35 barrels of corn 490 binds of oats 50 shocks of fodder T hay 23 bales of shingles bee standSj etc Said property will be spid on 3 credit of 5 months The purchaser WIn be required to give bond hj approved security bearing 6 per interest from date Bond must be given before property is rerabed GALATHA RAMSEY Adrnrk rorr L RASJtSKV DE5DV X CONSUMPTION Andy Burk liv i1g near Maretburg died last Friday night of Gdnsumptibn N OFlERJW hDavishe low prices that we now qflTsr Collars laundriecj for i 41cts J aei 7cts rv J jan 17 LECHLEITER DAVIS UNSUCCESSFUL An unsuccesful attempt to rob the Lincoln County National Bank of Stanford was made Wednesday morning There n was however considerable damage t done the sate and vault There as about 17000 in the safe i which if the thieves had been successful would have been apret y good haul for one night 500 reward Js offered for the arrest and conviction of the thief DEAD MrsGeorgia Q 05 67 whom we reported very low last eek died Friday night On last Wednesday she had an apoplectic troke and never regained con sciousness She leaves three aughters Mesdames S W Davis Hugh Miller and Kate Orlara four sisters Mesdames Mary Carter ettie Williams Sarah Whitaker and Miss Kate Moore and two brothers Messrs M J and Ms C iller The burial took place CaturdayVernon cemetery SUNDAY SCHOOL We know of o Sunday School in the that is making bt1where there is more interest maui Jested by all than the SundayP School at Buckeye year the school has read over 16000 chapters in the Bible and 30 of he school have read the whole of he New Testament A picture the entire Sunday School has recently been forwarded to Mr R Hopkins one of the great Sunday School workers of Kentucky who will use a stereoscopic view ofw same in his entertainments Mr SuperintendentI splendid work and deserves niiich credit for tile splendid success which the Buckeye Sunday School has made The following are thenew pu us who have entered the College since January isl Spurgeon Smith Judith Sympa Susie B Thompson Lillie cBee Maggie Brock man Lena McClure Fxank Chapman Evas Fish WilliefOwens Emma Penc nington Dejanie McClure Wm Bs aswell Amy Coffee Elza Coffee f Jennie Bak rFred Baker Nora Parrel t Ajrgie Townsend Lula McCoy Mary and AllieLee Houk Rob Mc enzie Joe McKenzie Geo Proctor Russel Proctor Chas witt Oscar Prewitt SiID Prewittt Dan Jones J D Henderson Rpsco Townsend D B Chandler Maggie McKenzie Brown John tewart Henry Bowman Robert Allen Ben Parrett Jennie Davis Bettie Pennington Maude Hansel Roberta Davis John Sams Bur- ette Chestnut Albert Hiatt Brent McClary James Duvault Emmet Hansel Chas McKenzie Chester tLan rum NOTICE OF7 SALE OF FRNljcHisK FORA TELEPHONE EXCHANGE 0 SfiAivKD BIDS will be received at tlie office of the Clerk of Livings tonKy up to 12 oclock noon of Jan r8r 1902 for the sale Qfa franchise to erect maintain and opdratea Tel plou Exchange to gether with tqe system of wires ancLpoles in connection therewith Said franchise to be in accordance with conditions rsgecified inv Ordinance No 67 adopted 15y the Board of Trust s on JanV6j 1902 111ustdvice the biddr proposes to furnish together with the fnames of tjie yanousp1acesln Rockatle county to Teleplipneservice will be giveni which aHbe ein bodied in and be made a part o saidfranchise T Eicli bid must be acc6mpauied wi h a certified check for ten dpi lars 1000 said check to be re turtied in case bid is rejected SaliI privilege will be sold to time high 1estanclTrustees r servc the rightJtor- ejean3 o ant ldlOo ti r J T CHEWNING Clerk I 1 i L A Ii DV z p LIVINGSTON o ItIs Anna Elmore was in Stan ford Monday i XJ rWill Wardof Lancaster was ere Saturday r PhilF A 1inof Louisville fis here this week Geo Pike and family have moved to Lebanon Junction Mrs Mahata Carsoiiis visiting I relatives at Mt Vernon Bob Adams sold his property earPine Hill and has moved to QWfla Miss Clyde Lair of Mt Vernon visiting rheraiint Mrs George Cook Jack Ping vbf Mt Vernon was here Sunday calling on oneof our fair sex Miss Bettie Wilmott of Brod head is the guest of Miss Bertina Mullins VlvI Poynter of Mt Vernon was here Sunday to see John Poynter Mrs Lou Pettus and soJames Henry of Bereaar visiting tives pre xe1aI Miss Helen Singleton made a hort visit with friends at Mt Ver non Monday Uncle Mod Mullins and son harles of Crooked creek were inytown this Week or Champ Cummins andfrwife of Oswego 1ellnare visiting rela ives in our city Pat Cook one of the stone mi working on bridge 25 is at ville this week R B Mullins was here Saturday looking after his interests and talking dry goods to our merchants Miss Linda pillion who is attending school at Stanford visited hornefolks Saturday and Sunday Mrs Anna Griffin and Miss Nan nie Griffin v of Mullins Station ere in town shopping Wednes day 4 Mrs 1 Thos Andes who has been visiting at the Muliins Hotel returned to her homeaf Altamoirt Thursday T trtA J V Livingston is looking rfoc an pil boom Thereis being a company formed here now to develop terri Lory near here Daniel Sowder of Plainfield Lid who has been visiting relatives h ref nd at Crab Orchard returned home Wednesday John Howell has been on the ick list for a few5 days but has re- overed sufficient to be able to re- mime his workagain Mrs J S Copger was in Stan ford Monday to see her husband Dr wild isttrysickat J the Joseph Price Infirmary Prof Dickers n is kept very busy at present preparing for his thool which will open as soon as he puplic schools are closed DrE j Brown r of Stanford assisted by Dr M Penningtonof Mt Vernon and Dr Childress ot this place amputated a portion of John Poyntersrfoot last Thursday John is doing nicely and will be able to be out in a few days Died Wednesday aan i3thT Mrs Margaret Burton aged about years Mrs Burton had been a resident of this place for a num bek of years and was loved by alt- whp knew her rShewasthe mother of Henry Burton and MrsPattison Her remains e interred in the Cemetery here Thursday fi L Gum Sulphur x 0 Turnips are na boom hi Guns Sulphur tbis week r j JLTncle JohnDlIaggarclhas been sick the last fevY days r Visitingihis sister at ttiis place unday f Master Guy Roberts Iwilt go to Crab Orchard son to begiu work as clerk inMr Joe Brppks s store t1Little placing has been visit in hec Misses Roberts daugliteiVoC fc arfd to JYT Roterts ii MfcA Messrs Denton ana Gray Who rare leaing Jand for 91 passed through on their uijvaylito Qdjper Qfctk Monday ZsMiss Omega Nellv wno was1 ac cidentally saot Chrisfirias wjasin town Tuesday bef w funded eye being almost fen rMiss Jew ely Tilfrey was here mlvi1iiigAla erigrananlothctMrs Andy Kiir whcrhas beey 4skk fc- 6nie l1 tiDe is much l5etter J HOUK ADAMS JMT VERNON KY j f0f tf f HEADQUARTERS FOR BARGAINS y FHGUl ADAMS a T HAVE Everythingusually handled Jby all firstclassy general merchants any human body can be iii 4 prices and quality H 10 u K A A D M s osiery Nations TIats gents l tingckth1 Oil cloth nlytoo cheap Jnderestl Ilndssya dntbcundeT sold llIIIailyopportunitias IvallIanIo jrowYour prelitfer will 1LLputUpn YOU CAN GET LIVINGstON inall styles and will sold almost cost GROCERIESHara Avare and Queens Jars and We receiv ing VaridThls goods AndHvill supply you call and learn l11CCSIpORN and Hay Best i Bran also cat Gooclsdeiivered any part What De youTWant to Buy ADV ou sliould need in our line are well worth you and should arrest your atlentiori if you lookinj gains Bring usYQur country produce and get inarket priceu W a Phone 25r Swings ff0UK AD Main w CHAS C DAUSUCCESSOR THEO WESLEY Place to Obtain ii FreshALSO Patent Medicines 6i Amfem tStationery J 1 s Kr j Lt Toile s CIGARS AND TOBAG r Paints and OilstPRESCRIPTIONS carefeUy Con at alt hours day or night t CaH FRITH DO xE But for own in erect be W conic FROMIJS ntiJlI dont fail to see U S before you huy We save YouTime and Money Can goods 8frc2 lb Rolled Oats Sc ig13argaihsin 5i CLOTHING SHOES HATSCRYQQODS U Il topiBy Selling U atffie bottoin BETTER GOODS J AT LOWER PRI6isj- THAN 7IELSEWHERE tiAThKy LAMPS the I be at ware Saddles Bridles Harness co hames are constantly n of rery promptly i eOftB Fertilizers tools in iof town promptly are Bigbrick TO The i p rBRODHHAD KENTUCKY sure ANDNOTIONS kinfefarm It wriTFua 7 n Run 11 fter ThemT 3 Lo VF Prices arid High Qualities CORRECTED EACH WE KK BY CH FRITH Arbuckles Coffee I2j c Lion Coffeeu xz4c XXXX Coffee 2JC Good Green Coffee iocjto i2 ci Four N S perbI 440 Flour Mt Belle I 400 ftFlour Plain Family 300 GranulatedSugar i6 bs 100 Light Brown Siigar 17 K s IO- ISyrupsp gallon 3Od D Booue Soapy1o Coat Oil best per gallo1I8Calico bestGrades k 5Q WILL PA1J HIGHEST price FOR COUNTRY PRO I DUCE u IIiiiANT Affd OPifltii vTHE mii who says thiatfogets t that painting properly done Jis economy and thefact is lie eantafford NOT to paint mHOW oftenyau require to oaint is largely dependent upon- thepaiiityouuse j S 1heSlerwanWiUiamspaints i out are because they coyer mosC and wear longest Add to this their good m appearance and you have perfect paints THE SHERMAN WIL LTAMS PAINTS T Theyafe madefor many different kinds of painting What ver it is yoi wanttpaidt house or anything jn ox out of the- hOuiewe make thright paint for that particular purpose aot one slapdsh mhture a11L ISOLD BY tJr U GH FRITH sJ j BPvOi KEAD KY J I I w q i Miller House W J RIDER PRO- PRieadqcarters for Commercial MenI S 8 TPorter at all trains t t I iW The Veranda f Hotel JpSEPH COFFEY PROPR n Stanford Ky 4 Specially quipped for traveling inn Sample room on first floor r Bath rooms freeto guests HATES 200 per day j Hotel Frith it R L COLLIER Propr Located at the Depot ccc =BRODHEAD KY GOOD LIVERY ATTACHED Sleet all Trains Day and Night Traveling Men and Railroad men Solicited Will furnish Lunches for all train- sTyreeFrancisco f ld MONUMENTAL WORKS ilEtfiX I Brodbead Ky ice and Marble Monuments and Tombstones tfORK FIRSTCLASS TISFACTION GIVEN wM SjU MfSW TL i ast Train TOO A OOr TAH AND HE t PIC VT t pct Sunday Mav Itnl rain wilt prate SLtflui f daily ilu cxrnmx trail points 10 10 p 111 daily l sleeping cr strrvuc le tw antd N011hV stern point UIC1111L that does a twice iitla Excursion licltts hW nn sil For further infmnVtimi r R T G MAttlnxvs 11 A Louisville Iec H C TOWN SXu Ccriil Pissr i and Tkt Agt St LMU insurance of all I kindsll it ilt Signal tit Vornon I LOUISVILLE HENDERSONJ ST LOUIS WY DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS xuTwrfN t LggjSYiil c e19 StllOlis t riiaror 031 Di Trata t cIt t iDr11 Iii htTral a5 flttr iflT L a i 1 f2 t i t 1 Mother U My mother was troubled with for ars At la Thenishe tr erry and was speedilycured pv p Jolly Avoca N Y No matter how hard your cough or how long you have had it Ayers Cherry Pectoral is the best thing you can take Its too risky to wait until you have consum P tion If you are coughing today et a bottle of Cherry Pectoral at once Thrtt slues 25cSfcS All IIIrctJU Corual your doctor If he says sake it then lo M says If b tenlrOaDO- to take it then dont take It knows IaT tt With him We an rfUlnr J C AYEK CO Lowell Man 1 1l i rrl tl t I i i 3i Ito u r tor r ftnr confidential letter before BP ulf for patent It may be worth money promptly obtain U S and For- eignPATENTS Ind TRADE MAID nr retnra ENTIRE ttaraey3 fee Send modelsketch- ofphoto1Uld we loud on p the beat legal service anIPAMEDATEI charges are moderate SWIFTBcCOPatont Opp US Patent OfficsWasklitittn DC COURT CALENDAR COUNTY COURT Fourth Mon day iii each month- QUARTERLY COURT Fiist Mon day in January April July and October CIRCUIT CUUPT Second Monday in February Fourth Monday m May anti Thiid Monday in September Mr VKRNON POLICE COURT Third Monday in each month KOTM 21IMEETS ever ist and 3rd Monday in each month 730 p m l AS E HOUK COM J J PING RHC KEEP RILEY HOUSEProp F B J I 1 LONDON KY- DSHEADQUARTHRS for Com inercial men Good Sample Room and convenient to Depot Rates 2 00 per day tiM L MYERS DentistMT KY FIRSTCLASS WORK OFFICEIn the Krueger new brick PHONK No 38 P A Pennington D D S M D DENTST NV Cor Third and Chestnut Sts LOUISVILLE KY Will be at Miller bust Ms ernou during all Circuit Courts R G Villiams ATTORNEYATIAW MT VERNON KY OFFICE Rooni 3 up stairs over The Bank of Mt Vernon C C Williams ATTQRNEYATrLAW MT VERNON KY TOFFICE On acd floor of The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church streetSpecial attention given to collections FurnitureUndertaking A full and complete stock All orders filled promptly Motto Best goods and lowest prices J A M Lilliria flc Son Sacceeeert to laak tik1p ds Mollies LIVINGSTON KENTUCKY b I = J Land Stock and Crop 0Dr y B sold to Gaines Hawking bttawrenceburg 160 head of cattleat 34centsDan vine News Thomas Butler and William Duncan sold their crop of wheat to R A Dodd this week at 90 cents per bushel Jessamine Journal T D Chestnut of Hedgeville who has 130 ewes has engaged hisV lambs for next season to J C j Johnston to be delivered June 20th at 5 cents a poucd Danville Ad vocateM Baughman sold a car load of twoyearold mules in Atlanta at 78 75 J1 Embry sold a loadof same at 75Dr Hugh Reid bought of Reid Allen of the West end 2C yearlings at 29 J S Goode bought of A W Buchanan 22 sheep at 2 7510t- erior Journal T J Curtis sold to Smith and Turney of Cynthiana a car load of the finest mules that have been shipped from this place for some time There were thirty mules in the lot and brought 90 per head They will be shipped to Norfolk Va Richmond Register Auctioneer M Campbell re ports the following sales Monaay x6 head of long yearlings at 4 per hundred one buch of 2yearolds was withdrawn at X435 per hundred 3 iearlingsat2715 each z cow and calf at 2875 a number of horses ranging from 10 to 50 A good many cattle on the market but bidders scarce Georgetown NewsGetting Thinis all right if you are too fat and allwrong if too thin already Fat enough for your Habit is healthya little more or less is flo great harm Too fat consult a doctor too thin persistently thin no matter vhiit cause take Scotts Enulsonof Cod Liver OilThere arc many causes of getting too thin theyall come under these two heads over work and underdigestion- Stop overwork if you can but whether you can or not take Scotts Emulsion ofCod Liver Oil to balance yourself with your work You cant live on ittruebut byit you can Theres a limit however youll pay for it Scotts Emulsion ofCod Liver Oil is the readiest cure for cant eat unless it comes of your doing no work you cant tong be well and strpng without some sort ofactivity The genuine has this picture on It take no other If ou have not tried it send for free sample its a greeable taste will youscChemists 409 Pearl Street New York SOc and 100 all druggists FREE I OtD HICKORY CHIPS v By Otis 4ssociate Editor It may riot be strictly true that every man who professes to favor the Panama route i5 opposed to any canal at all but it is very nearly so Was it something they did to mim in France that sent Senator Depew back shouting for the Pana ma Canal or is it his railroad interests The Military committees of the House and Senate have been on a junket to West Point Perhaps some day we shall have a junket less Congress but we fear that it will only be male possible through a moneyless treasury We trust that nobody in the vi cinity of the White House has matrimonial designs on Prince Henry of Prussia who is coming to this country to see Miss Roose velt christen his brothers yacht Senatorial coquettiug with the Panama lobby will be neither for gotten nor forgiven by the people Well the Cabinet has got its Payne on duty and the call for porous plaster may come at any time The proposition to impose a per sonal tax upon the residents uf Washington has raitea a howl It is claimed that such a tax would drive away the rich residents of the city Where would they go As a rule they have taken up their residence in Washington to escape taxation in the place they made their money They should be made to pay somewhere Boss Hanna has openly acknow ledged that he isnt deuce high with Mr Roosevelt when it comes to handing out official pie It seems that the Carnegie ius inIWashington hasnt any objection to becoming a partner of the Steel trust and that to 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