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i4th to a select gathering of friends Wiley Greer the photographer has been on the sick list but is better at this writing Frank Estes has bought the old Dr Sharp property of J D Pet tus on Main street and moved into it H D Campbell the druggist and J D Sanderson have moved into Mrs Eva Wards property on Stanford street Mrs M Gormely left last Sunday morning to spend the winter with her daughter Mrs J W Cook of West End Rev Farris of Richmond filled the pulpit at the Christian church Sunday forenoon and evening Those who heard him were well pleasedMessrs Will and Dave Walker and Misses Annie Austin and Florence Harris all of Lancaster were guests of Miss Lizzie Beasley on Sunday last Mrs Miriam McCauley of Cairo Mich arrived here on the i4th to spend the winter with her sister Mrs Patten who is always glad to have old friends visit her D R Sowder who has been there for several months among friends in Rockcastle and other portions of the country left a few l days since for his home in Plainfield Ind W A Beasley has sold his hotel property nearthe depot to O P King Mr Beasley is a good citi zen He and wife and two lovelv daughters will be very much miss ed by strangers as well as friends as their house was the stopping place for drummers and traveler generally They kept one among the best houses in the place an their table vas always loaded wwit the best in the market and everything in applepie order They go to Lancaster where the good wishes of many friends follow them Thanksgiving will soon be here i when turkey cranberry sauce and pumpkin pie will fill bur tables r i When the pilgrim fathers first landed in this country their Thanksgivings were fasts instead of feasts but things have changed wonderfully changed since then As far as I can learn we never had a regular Thanksgiving till in the time of Lincolns rule and woman was at the head of it as they are of all other good thinge Mrs Sarah Jane Hale w ho was the first woman editor suggested to Lincoln that he scS apart a certain day tdaythe last Thursday in November which custom has been followed ever since 4HIPtTT Lillie the little daughter of R L Smith is quite ill F L Thompson the traveling man was here Tuesday Win F McClary and family of Mt Vernon spent Sunday witbC relatives here R L Smith and family spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives at Preachersville Messrs Brown and Shanks of Stanford arrived here Tuesday with their dogs and guns to spend a few days hunting They will make headquarters at Mr Al len Hiatts who is a famous sports manA series of meetings have lust closedat Hickory Grove conducted by Rev Bryant which resulted in the baptizing of eight converts and we hope other good will result from the good seed that have been sownsQ A DANGEROUS MONTH This is the month ofcoughs colds and aute catarrh Do you catch colds easily Find 3rouself hoarse witha tickling in yourt throat and an annoying cough at night Then you should alway- have handy a bottle of Horehound Syrup JA Ander son 354 West 5th St Salt Lake City writesIVe use Ballard Horehound Syrup for coughs an colds It gives immediate relief We know its the best remedy fox these troubles I write this to in duce other people to try this pleas 50CsandFather Do the best i1Anxious hint doctor That isi If it is the will of Provi dence Surgeon Dont try to place the responsibility on Providence in this case Mr Mcjones Iou bought j the toy pistol for the boys your self l rat z t 2 r t O rr QQtI V t1 B st u dPaper Forx 5L enIS 15 Be ve op 5 cts1 Best NEes1 Ent au PaperII I CAUCO 3 2c TO lti Best 5 st1hu l rT r rc3rz DAjfjH VI t Vernon3Ky= a l IFor State Treasurer HENJBLY H HENN1NGER Who is a candidate for the Democratic nomination for State Trcas urer Mr Henninger is from Ivlonticelio Vayne county one of the good old Democratic counties the State and is very popular wherever be is known The fol owing is circular letter which he has recently mailer out to the Democrats over the State and should be read with proper con sideration by every Democrat in the State DEAR SixI beg to avail myself of this convenient method of an nouncing to you and to your friends through you my candidacy for the ofIfieeyour support consistent for you to honor me so highly I address you as one loyal Democrat may address another claiming no particular credit for having giv en to our party gladly and faith fully in the past whatever service was in my power to render approving Democratic men and meas ures at all times and standing faith fully by the nominees of the party In 1897 I vas elected as a Demo cratic nominee to theV office of Sheriffs of Wyue couniyiand performed the duties of this my first and only official term in office It iIhope not amiss to say that Treasdurer riot alone as an inli vidual- Democrat BUT As Air ELEVENTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT OR theaperhaps too partial backing of a KentuckyIDemocracy This element of the party has as you know stood loyally by the nominees and ina sense at least saved the Democratic Ciof whom Pain proud to speak has dset its heart upon obtaining some recognition upon the next State Democratic ticket We think 4e x Iit an act not only of JUSTICE but SOUND POLICY that some evi dence of confidence and appreciation of past loyalty should be ex tended to the FIFTEEN THOUSAND true partisans who have maintained their integrity by standing firmly iu the face of overwhelming num bers true to the great principles and mission of our party without hope of reward save in the consciousness of duty done 01111sand I should be the fortunate man to represent this sentiment and the j Eleventh District Democrats it is my purpose to give special al ten lion to the campaign in the Moun tams and endeavor to enlist every Democrat in the work of polling the largest Democratic vote eer returned from this section of the State If I am nominated and elected my utmost endeavors shall be given to the discharge of the duties of the office and I shall be ever grate ful to all who aid me in obtaining a hearing in the councils of the party I am very truly yours H II IIENNINGERI BEST LINIMENT ON EARTH 1 M McHany Greenville Tex writes Nov 2nd 1900 I had rheumatism last winter was down in bed six weeks tried everything but got no relief till a friend gave me a part of a bottle of Ballards Snow Liniment I used it and got two more bottles It cured me and I havent felt any rheumatism since I can recommend Snow Liniment to be the best liniment on earth for rheumatism For rheumatic sciatic or neuralgic pains rub in Ballards Snow Lini ment you will not suffer long but will be gratified with a speedy ndI effective cure 21c50c Valid UtChasVC Davis t1c1 rather be a wild turkey and live ou the prairie JJsaid a little boy than be a fame turkey and be killed every year ASLEEP AMONG FLAMES Breaking into a blazing home i some firemen lately dragged th sleeping inmates from death Fan cieO security arid death near Its that way when you neglect coughs and colds Dont do it Dr Kings New Discover for Consumption gives perfect protection against al- TroublesThroat Chest and Lung Keep it near and avoid suffering deathand doctors bills A tea spoonful stops a late cough pet siSentuse the uteri stubbor Harmless and nice tasting its guaranteed to satisfy7 by all drug gists Price 500 andIoo Trial lottles free B iaiJVO db- 4 7 r If H PrlLJl r1llis t2 I vlen s rlneI lOrd u oy SII ts 5bOLO 6 OCX =Men s age Overcoats aOOl Boys and Childrens Suits Cheap Cheap e CheapO1MwRiT y IIi = L L l = Io I Mores For Same Money I Same Goods For Less Money I = aCr r BRODHEAD 0 dir G Proctor was in our town WednesdayMr Melvin has returned to his home in Boone county W H Forbes of Pittsburg Pa has moved into the Collier property Mr Wm Potts and wife who have been sick with typhoid fever are still improving slowly Miss Ida May Adams and broth erg bfMt Vernon visitedl3rT Ben ton and family Saturday and Sunday V Granville Owens accompanied by his brother Walter Ovvsns and Ed Gentry went to Somerset Sun day j The protracted meeting at the1 Baptist church is still in progress Bro Wolford and Rev A J Pike are with Bro Noell 1Inear otbam Browns where they have put up a big store C C Cable is at home for a few days will return to Lexington Monday where he will prosecute his studie in the K S College Mr and Mrs Jolty Brown and others came down from Mr Vernon to preaching Sunday and took dinner with Mr and Mrs rvIDr Davison was at the Albright House Tuesday and Wednesday He was busy all the while The doctor is a fine dentist aria a jolly good fellow Mr Manly Albright and Miss Susie Hilton Mr Lester Hilton and Miss Clyde Cass visited the Misses Livingston Sunday In Lincoln county r1 The Misses Riesling gave a din invitedrt Miss Louella Jarrett Mr Ben Pike land Miss Nannie Yeaden Mr Dharlie Pike and Miss Lizzie Owens Mr Willie Haggard and Miss Susie Yeaden All report dinencr was certainly enjoyed by Ian present At 12 oclock Tuesday night a noise was heard in Martin Sow ders store The watchman was- sure it was burglars He at once put a heavily armed guard around the house and sent for Mr Sowder SowIt was sure e burglars were safely Housed as es cape was impossible but to their gVopened the door it was only his favorite cat playing with a rat l IiI CONWAY 0 Allen Mc cnzie is able to be out again T J Hayes was in Richmond Monday Dr EJmer Northcott was here last Thursday U S Berry is doing carpenter work at Berea Wm Hysinger was here Monday and Tuesday buying calvesqMx MnHMulos was here fist vof the week V1SltII Siagniana 14 and wife fJohn Coffey and family are ex pected to laud here from Illinois most any clay Cal Johnson arrived from Illinois goodcropsfrom W B bbought the two CoffeyItwo hundred and seventy five dollars M L Kelton lies taken the con tract of loading the staves andV lumber put out here by the bustling L C Smith JordonIdoctor in regard to their little girl who has a very bad cough It seems that the noble editor of- ourselvesi thatIis M R Jones that I am for J C W Beckham first last and all the time And if he wishes to be the governor i expect to see that he gets it There is no use of anythingthere is something higher for him before you push him off of the big stool Q A STARTLING SURPRISE Very few could believe in looking at A T Hoadley a health robust blacksmith of Tilden Ind that for ten years he suffered such tortures from Rheumatism as few could endure and live Buta wonderful change followed his tak ing Electric Bitters Two bot writesIKidneys purifythe blood and cure Rheumatism Neuralgia Nervous ness improve digestion and give perfict health Try them Only 5octs at all druggists An American firm was awarded Ia million dollar contract to 9t17 struct a system of telephone con drifts in St Petersburg The conftract provides for the layiug of twenty miles otumlergrduhd tubes in 1903 i t fIz- i iYs y Mt Vernon Signal FRIDAY NOVEMBER 21 1902 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR 100 f Advertising rates made known on application II H HENN1I GEn Of Wayne county is a candidate for State Treasurer subject to the notion of the Democratic party WHAT Pennsylvania is to the East this portion of Kentucky in eluding all the eastern portion will prove to be to the West in the way ofoil coal and other minerals In fact not many years will pass when the mountains will be pointed to as the richest portion of our famed State Development has just be gun and is being pushed in many counties Railroads are being con structed hundreds of oil wells drill ed coal mines opening and many other enterprises going forward In Whitlev county a short time since while drilling for oil a six foot vein of coal was discovered at a depth of 1000 feet and 200 feet lower a 3 foot vein was found This is one of the most important discoveries of years for this end of the State and indicates the vast resources of the mountains Therss vast riches here and only lacks development The eyes of the country are turned Kentuckyward- and a solid development boom is on ONE little section of twentyfive miles circumference in the Blue grass region can have three lynch ings in less than eight months and the daily papers will not devote more than two inches of space in an account of it while if one man is killed in the mountains it ii will fake from two to three pages of an eight column paper to tell of the awful crimes that are being committed by the heathens up in Eastern Kentucky But every dog has his day and the time is rot far distant when some of those very people who today delight in ar r raigning ix the harshest of terms the mountains and mountain peo ple will want to go there to find v homes sy THE delegates from the five ti counties viz Whitley Rockcas tie Pulaski Wayne and ClintonI which composed the 28th Judicial district will meet at Somerset to morrow and nominate the Hon O H Waddle for Judge and the Hon J N Sharp of Williamsburg for Commonwealths Attorney Mr j i Sharp has been tried and found Jeulial to the task and when Mr Waddle has been given a fair test will be time to pass judgement However from a Democratic stand point of view it doesnt cut much figure up in this neck of the woods who it is for when it comes to voting we dont stand much more show than a one ataa logrollingJJ JUDGE B L D GUFFEY is bent on having an office of some kind and if he cant get what he wants will take most any old thing he can get To be reelected to the Court of Appeals he failed to become a candidate for governor would be bad policy and so the old judge has about decided he wants to rep Resent Butler and Edmonsou coun ties in the next someathing he knows he will be sure to land on if he wants it Gov BKCKHAX in accordance with a proclamation issued by Pres ident Roosevelt has issued a proc lamation setting aside next Thurs raya day of Thanksgiving 4 Different people have different ji things to be thankful for ther- eF2aresome who ought to be awfully 2 4 thankful that the Lord has let them live this long Marquise de Chainbruu the last of Lafayette is dead notable for her eon granddaughterr the tamilys for Atnefiea tt s 1 INDIANA has recently hid to experience twice in succession what the South has had to encounter atItacked estllessonsooner or see error and will be sympathizers instead of criticisers of the South LIVINGSTON 0 Mr Rr Moore presented Dr and Mrs J S Cooper with three turnips which weighed 15 pounds The paycar was here Wednes daylogau Salyers went to B e rea Saturday to see his children Houston McFerron of Pine Hill was in town Sunday Mrs Brown lie returned to her home at East Bernstadt after a pleasant visit with her many friends Mrs M E Fish and daughter Miss Allie have been the guests of Mrs J C Rineheart this yeekRev J C Carmicalof Mt Vernon conduct ed services at the Baptist church last Sunday He was the guest of J T Blankenship and family Ben Cox traveling salesman for Brooks Mead Co was in Rich mond Monday and East Beru stadj Wednesday F L Thomp son of Mt Vernon was in town WednesdayMesdames W S Cummins and J P Martin are on the sick listMrs James Stanley is improvingJay Hunt ofMaret burg was here Tuesday John Griffin and Egbert Griffin were in Maretburg last weekMr and Mrs Chas Bryant and son return ed home from Ma3vood Wednesday with a lead of rabbits and birds and other game Mrs Athertou of Louisville is the guest of her son at the Eight Ga bles HotelMr and Mrs Walter Murphy have taken rooms at the Mullins HotelLawrence Dixon K C enginaer is laying off this week Messrs Tee Griffin Dick Hampton D S McKinney and Emerson Rice returned from a hunting trip TuesdayThe series ofrevival meetings held at the Presbyterian church closed Thurs day evening Dr Ewers was as sisted since Monda by Rev rerIhune of BradfordsvilleMrs Woodallentertained a number of her friends last Thursday with an elegant dinner in honor of Mrs Atherteu of Louisville Among those present were Mesdames Sam uel and Will Ward Will Burnes and Lawrence RoseMrs John Preston has returned home after a pleasant visit with her mother at Somerset Mesdames Magee Mullius and Perkins are improving after their very serious ill EgIbertMrs Bessie Browuing and Walter of Parkers Creek were the guests Sunday of Mrs John Magee Mrs Francis Mershon and daughter Miss Mollie returned home Monday from Stanford Mrs Mary Andes and daughter Oda of Altamont were the guests Saturday of Mrs Dema Tubbs She was accompanied home by Misses Nora and Willie Tubbs Mrs Carl Moore and son Algy of Louisville are here visiting Mes dames Sanibrpok Stuckey and WadeJ Eo Singleton left Tues day for a busiress trip at Gooch iand Evergreen and Clover Bot tomMrs Mahala Carson is visit ing her daughter Mrs Martha Brown at Quail Steve Carson and son Joe of Jellico were here Friday and Saturday Mr and Mrs W 1 Dooley and children of Mullius Station were in town a few hours Sunday Mr and Mrs Thos Lasley have moved in the cottage owned by Mrs Sarah Owens on Main streetMrs John R Carter and children returned home from Jellico Saturday Mrs J E Hilton returned home last Saturday after visiting at Baileys Switch Flat Lick and Williams hurgJim Argenbright foreman of the work train was in from Williamsburg SundaD S Mc Kinney J C Hocker andW C Mullius returned from Eastean Kentucky last week delighted with their trip There is some talk of Bill Mullins buying a farm and settling down in Lee county Henry Blankenship of Preachers ville visited his son J Tand family the last of the week Depu ty U S Marshal J C Mullius was in town SundayDr A Eand Mrs Ewers of Mt Vernon were guests at the Sambrook Hotel Saturday and Sunday Boston Durham was shot and seriously wounded while in a controversy with a man called Flincham last Thursday in Jackson county Drs Lovell of Mt Vernon and Chil dress of this place extracted the bullet Friday There are some hopes of his recoveryMrs J E Singleton returned home Sunday from Somerset where she was called on account ofthe serious J I illness of ler sister Mrs Laura Freeman Mrs George Reynolds and Cecil visited homefolks at at Brush Creek a few days this weekVe omitted to mention in our last weeks letter the names oft Misses Essie Ctimminsiand Lida Cook as participating n the the Delsarte entertainment The ren dering of the pantomime Nearer My God to Thee by Miss Lida was simply grand Mrs Matilda Woodall of Hazel Patch visited Mr and Ms Ed Woodall last Fri dayMr Nelson Rash of Winchester is visiting Wm E Symp son and may make this his future holdIAdmission 5 and 10 cents Every one cordially iovitedMr Will Pettus of London and Miss Allie Fish of Crab Orchard were married at the Presbyterian church Wednesday evening The cere mony was performed by Rey Ter hune Truss Fish is the daughter of Mrs ME Fish of Crab Orchard and a sister of Mrs J C Rine hart Mr Pettus is a son of Dr J A Pettus of Crab Orchard He theyIThere was a swell hop at the Cal loway Hall Vednes day evening Good music was furnished by DaughertyI umbus Ohio was in our city the first of the week and won many friends in the short time that he was here We are glad to know that he is soon going to instruct a class at this place in the science and art of penmanship and writing Old Mr has an only daughter They are of lowly rank but he is honest and industrious By trade he is a puddler in a foundry and he earns 450 a day Twenty years ago the wife andmother diedand the child of five became the old maus pet Twelve years ago he sold his property and spent all his money in sending her abroad to study music She came back two years ago a famous singer and- a matchless beal1t tojown her father He has moved to the East side in order that by liv ing on a pittance he may have 20 every week to give her to buy clothes Every week he sends it and every week she spends it though she neither sees nor writes to him Week after week he grows a little prouder and also a little sadder City Missionary in Ladies Home Journal Over 250000 copies of Charles Dickens works are sold annually i Soft Harness You can make your liar nesa aa soft as clove and as tough aa wire by lIarIlengthen Its life make it last twice as long ca it ordinarily would it1 fif Ai AImakes e poor lookins bar ness like new Made of pure heavy bodied oil pecially prepared to withstand the weather Sold everywhere In cansall sizes Hate 17 STANDARD 0L CO NE66 i r i 5 tiEJSXfEMS 0 While President Roosevelt was blindly Aliasing for bear in the Missjsstppi swamps exPresident Cleveland was putting hot shot in to eighty ducks in Virginia He bagged them all Meiers Louis and Otto Seel bach have made an offer to pur chase ij controlling interest in the Galt House Louisville The following message was sent from Seville Spain The ceremo ofnyChristopher Columbus in a special mausoleum was carried out in the Cathedral here with befitting solemnity Thecoffin containing the ashes oi the illustrious navigator- was borne on the shoulders qfa party of seamen and behind it walked in procession the archbishop of Seville the Cathedral chapter the Minister of Marin and a num ber ofother dignitaries ga STARTLING BUT TRUE H If everyone knew what a grand medicine Dr Kings New Life Pills is writes D H Turner Dem psey town Pa youd sell all you have iu a day Two weeks use has made a new man of me Infallible for constipation stomach and liver troubles 25C at all druggists Side Lights on History Now Methuselah during the latter years of his long life suffered grievously from rheumatism but with the obstinancy that was a part of his nature refused to do anything for it He said he could stand it as long as the rheumatism could One of his neighbors came in one day with a new patent medicineI Granddad he something that will relieve you Ive seen a string of testimonials a yard long from persons it has cured Ive no faith in it replied the old manHBesides its too much troubleJust as I expected retorted the other thoroughly out of pa tience There is no fool like an old fooL I suppose thats so said Me thuselah wearily Ive been hear ing it for the last 800 years For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Si Bears the Signature of a r The Barbourville News has changed hands again passing into the management of two young men of experience Mr Everett Tiller of West Virginia and Mr E H Bobbit of North Carolina The paper will be independent iu poli tics but will advocate the nomination of Hon James D Black for Governor Extensive improve mont in the paper is promised Somerset Journal Hurrah for Messrs Everett and Bobbitt and James D Black the man who deserves the governorship and higher honors within the gift of the people 1 1T t JTftLyiYTheresas much art and skill nsce ry in the making of good clothes as theicIs in the painting of a beautiful picture t There arc good painters and food tailors The point now is who are cood tailors g S T M A U J Vi D J 0 EST 1677 icigQ II mauve been Good Tailors fir ov r a quarter 7elmoythey make good clot t r otherwise ve would I heir exclusive local agency orurge yo to nrderfroni their CCRtiltyIWe purrantec clothes made by Strjuss Bros will give t Thv fitnd wear well Prices are Jov IIJ its take your measure lPH CASTORIA COX BROW II y c H = r aaacsesx r rre aPrsi= a f1h ctQ ttfY TlrciI i m Li 1 + r J 3 ilt ud irhi cil has h ea- is i tv f1 0 i ir s st L i5 belll eiilyZ STlfPt11 of I bCC 1 mndo tl c l I vr9 1 soruvl LUpcTvisaon since its infancy VA ii A1ov no QJJO to ilecx YG you In this AIl Cotntlrfcl 4 Inflftta ri3 and JnKfcn3 o xI civa Ti- ntpw3 i sarG witli osd endanger the IiettHh c jrne rit wl Chi J se lone against TE sipBSM1 e11t Whet s F ASfr frru tf Castoria L ti Iiitrznlerf tisjtitaSc for Castor Oil Paregoric X ros nati Sootfchi M fSyrips It is Pleasant It contain iiLLWrphisic nor other Narcotic sitsianec iJ Tio L is i uYaItc i It dcstraya Worms and nib rnlih1 ti mrcs Diarrhi a rind Yind Colic It relieves Toothiajj Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It rvSsiuistcs the Food regulates tlio Stoniueli and Bowel given I ealtliyaiid natural sleep TIle Ckiklrens Panaceiv The Mothers Friend C riUir CAScrORfiA ALWAYS 1 Bears the Signature of e Lp Lfffh d cp The Kind You Hayolways Bought in WS JFor Over 30 Years THE T7 STREET C- ITYrr 7l t 1 c1 CdK dm- MemphisfirstFor onovay tickets a kierayRaie9aus 200 v one fart plus 200 iu points in Missouri TerritoriesWriteThe Cotton Bolt rnns soled through trains tn TeT3 cqnpned with themost modern and comfortable cars These trains make qulcic time Southwesti copy of In the Southwest and CameraFPassenger Agent Cincinnati O E W La BSAUMS General Pear aisdTicet Agt St Louis Mo i2nt 1ake m qf z bowels but regular action cannot be secured until the secretes enough bile to execute then natural Ural agitation caused iunctionslUnnatcontinual and attain the results r F t ti gsTheytemporarly llj IP ei Malarial and Bilious Fever mitting Fevers and by works permanent cure FIFTY CENTS At Chas Co Davis T Dr Rs Goldstein j Physician and Practical Optician WILL BE AT THE Miller HotelWEDNESDAY DECEMBER 10 ONE DAY ONLY HERE are numerous conditions where glasses are required and give relief HEADACHES DIZZINESS DARTING PAINS in eye ball or temple smarting or burning sensation in or eyeDOIvTyour CHILDRENS YES Difficult cases solici ted OFFICE lours9 a m to 4 m IL LLER HOTEL Ml Vernon Ky LUCK IN THIRTEEN ByTsending 13 miles Wm Spirey of Walton Furnace At gQt a box of Bucklens Arnica Salve that wholly cured o horrible Fever sore on his leg Nothing else could Positively cures Bruises FelonsIUlcers Eruptions Boils Corns and Piles Only 25C Guaranteed by all druggists IA boardinghouse keeper at Madison Wis shot a college stu dent and killed himself BRING YOUR JOB WORK TO THE IttAL OFFICE 3 J vI 9 JONeS Watchmaker and JewelerJ ALt JEWELRY REPAIRING NEATLY DONE An Apprenticeship of 3 years under a skilled work man is my recoriunendation TERMS reasonable and all work warranted Call af D C Poynters stoFMain street tow f r= ii ii F J 4J Arf in VernolJ SIgnal =MT VERNON 1tT Y 21 1902 F 04 1iJ Cat up SO 7Q whenyou want to Coxriniiini- cate witli SIGNAL u i LI di NASHVILLC R R cd TIME TABLE 24 north 1055 a m 26 north 122 a m 23 south 200 p m 25 South 122 a m JAS LANDRUM j Aentger Phone No 58 Ecteredattbe Mt Vernod By Pest oice ns sec ondclass mall matter PERSONALS 0 Jim Rickels has fever Micajah McKenzie was up from I Lincoln Tuesday li Mr S C Franklins mother isj quite ill of rheumatism r Dr S C Davis spent several days in Louisville this week Dr Lucas the popular Livings MondayhCounty Attorney i W Beth ur um was in Louisville this week Ve understand that Fred Hayes is also a candidate for circuit clerk J E Ked Singleton was in town Saturday on professional businessRev Carmical filled his regulat appointment at Livingston un day H J McClure of Paris spent a few days with home folks this is weekThe little of Dr and- pMrsweek Mrs T J Penuiugton is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs G W Gentry Lloyd Maret went London to day to work for the London Tele phone Co Mr and Mrs W F McClary left Tue sday night for their new home in Indiana Mr and Mrs Rob Cox will go to housekeeping inthe house his fath er used to occupyrt C3Mrswas the guest of Mr and Mrs J A ndrum bE1tissher school next Thursday She will leave on Friday for Barbour villeerif Dr M Peuningtou was in 8tanel ford Sunday to see Dr Joseph Price the great Phila delphia sur geon W Vm Maretis in from Parksville the to see his Mother Mrs Alva n Maret of near Wildie who is seri 1ol1sly ill A H Bastin the Lancaster telephone man was at Brodhead first of the week negotiating for an ex change at that point Tyree Gentry fell from a boxcar be near St Marys last Tuesday and was considerably bruised up A handlebar himaMrs Tames Maret Mrs Dr Gwi B Lawrence and Mrs Lena Law rence visited Paint Lick and Gar rard relatives first of the week J J Lawrence has left Missouri 4and is working in the dispatchers the itffice at Beaumont Texas the big oil center Mrs Lawrence will follow in a short time n The family of J IB Paxtonof Stanford iafflicted of typhoida fever One child dieda few days S since and several of the family are Ii not expected to recoverdBynam Carter of Cartersville Garrard county was here yesterday Mr Carter is a gentleman of the old school and one who has made a the big success in sawmilling He like other ment began business without capital many years ago and by attention to business on a straight forward honest basis has today real estate valued at i 501Hployee or his neighbors say a bard ward Bynam Carter IS aman the Would tint Qui country had more itions such i i n Dr f Pennit ina L in ton Tuesday J C Rineb art was here e day between trains terII toematters Dr D 1I l1nect1isome move dor mitory started Mr and Mrs B J Bethurra are both in Louisville under tieatme it Mrs Bethurum had an operati performed while Mr Beth urura is beiug treated for stomach trouble L O Schaefer traveling parse agent of the Cotton Belt dropped off here Tuesday to see J as Maret His road hasatiad run ning in this paper See it Mr W C Pettus the popular Crab Orchard druggist was here Tuesday Mr Pettus is a member of the firm of Campbell PettusI who are doing a Rice business Dr Ramsey who was calle from Denver Colon account the serious illness of his brotherI Attorney W R Ramsey Lon don left Tuesday for his home i t1aud the far West his brother having about recovered from his sickness 10 0LOCALS oJohn Rowzee and Miss Dell Arnold were married last week Our druggist C C Davis has already received his Xmas goods One of our townsmen offers 250 puttipgdown ed W H Jones the Jeweler who be has had a months siege of fever gradually improving Fred Krueger and Miss Susie drove out to Judge Lewis Sunday and were married DOOLEY Mrs Ike Dooley died hSheue Mr B K Bethurum was tried to yesterday for lunacy ndwill betaken ly to the insane asylum at Lex ingtpn today we Mr Curtis Gover one of the directors tells us that the Bank o Crab Orchard aims to be ready fa business Jan ist Freight trains are now bein from Coviiigton to Corbin ly only through loads be th een those poiRtst1JHAY FOR SALEI25 bales of timothy hay for sale Call and me W G HIATT the l1ov74tmMr W H Wills gave one of his in the college chapm Wednesday night It is alwaysI worth your money to hear Jones Fish W J Sparks and M Poynter were appointed asth aboard of equalization to supervise tax list of the town of Mt Ver on Gus Jarber one of the oldest and most respected colored men of our town went with W F McClary wleastThe barber says that there will no more Sunday shaves So e hjmustSaturday night hereafterb toCthe Louisville Southern Rail road for 2625 for the killing of him Milt Purdom in a wreck in Shelby county some few months ago Beasley Co Stanford carry the nicest and most uptodate furniture to be found anywhere in E2sern Kentucky If you dont met believe it gowand sei for yourself 1024 tL The Christian Endeavor will hold poHillAtinvitedand 5 cents for children FARM FOR SALE =1 have for fosalewaters of Brush Crek two nej miles north of Level Greene Good house and outbuildings Orchard vFqrHenry Catron Level Green Ky tL Rc5ons1902 will be dl rged6pecenJ except thosehaving claims against coup y andppitfvely no ceprfr HLTATBj S LL C ed ro tI xA telegram from Mexico an nounces the death of Miss Pau Wallace of Paint Lick Gara rd county She was the pnly daugh htom Mexicoe for retl1rnedjIdays when the dreaded yellow fey took her life L J Scott was here tiv leasing land for the Southern Pe sylvania Oil Co He leased for isis company last year 6000 acres and aboutvu 4000 They pay quarterly in advance 10 cents per acre rental on all lands which they 1have leased if they didnot in tend to do something it is not reasonable to suppose that they would pay to hold the landy The night express trains are both due here now at 122 a m this being the meeting point Pass engers for Richmond and Cincin will take the South bound train Livingstoldi tmond branch having been changed andrun between Cincinnati and Livingston instead of Cincinnati Rowland Attorneys C C Williams and John W Brown took Judge G W McClure to the insane asylum at Lexington Wednesday For more deanaented more or less at times and recently began to grow worse He fully realized where he was going and was anxious to go and has wanted to go for more than angrand one was and thought the change would beneficial s We are glad to note that our local butcher continues furnishiu meat for the town as well as Brus Creek Langford and other points This paper thinks he should be encouraged as he runs a regular in that line and to contiu in furnishing this convenience our people he must necessarial have their custom However at would suggest that he flow re to duce his price on some fof his prod suchfas sorThe meteor that fell about 645 immediategover Mt Vernon and it tyas by many who witnessed striking phenomena that the I is wonder dropped nta the old spou spring a few hundredards from court house Other East of declare it fell some niiles to the East The light it reflected put- oonlight Go to shame Some de it looked as big as a salt of barreland went next morning to hunt the hole in the ground where y supposed it struck a1sayofwas appointed by the court to defend Charles Poyntz on a very serious charge Charles Poynlz cleared in the Kenton Circuit at Covington Tuesday morning by a jury of the charge of at tempted assault That he gained is liberty was due to the remarka defense made for him by At rney R G Williams who was on by the court to defender Things looked black for Poyntz and it was thought that he would be given a stiff sentence as charge was a serious one- CONVENTIONThe Republicans in convention here last Saturday and selected delegates to the is uidistrictSomerset tomorrow for the pl1ru se nominating candidates for Judge and Commonwealths of this district The delegates i were instructed to cast their 5 votes for the Hon O H Waddle r judge and J N Sharp for attor J The following are the gates Copt A N Bentley JdeleI Marler Hon B J J j Hon Sam Ward Judges Lews Dr J M Williams C C IRollerI Nelson Griffin William IKinley County Attorney L W j thurum and Deputy Sheriff R LIFerro n The resolutions were very complimentary to ude Nlorrow Il iTw c f Mics M t tie Hysinger daughie- nie of Wm 13 singer died last iiighr The buril will take place this af ternooii Ooustoi Jor ton and Miss LouI Gill Wet tarried at Orlando s t rdw t hIGillerwas only wcet sixteen YNo election having been held for t1town board of trustees Judge Levi appointed the following F L Thompson j M Williams D C Poynter W T Smith and A G Lovell At the meeting of the board on 13thl they appointed James M art t clerk On the 15th the board received the report ofthe town assessor appointed John A Hunt as town marshal and passed an ordinance against the sale of or use of fireworks within the limits of the town placed the tax or license fee for peddlers at 10 for first day mId sc for each succeeding day Issued notice that the hog mule and horse ordinance 1passed some months ago would hereafter be enforced The lax rate will be placed at about 25 cts on the 100 and i pelt The board seem determined to make a business administration of affairs and promise to see that every cent collected shall be properly expended and that the laws shall be properl enforced and justice done It is proposed to make propel ini provements on the streets roads etc in a business like manner and to have no slipshod work in either = eXpEndItureslOur give their moral support and assistance to the boardso as to make a success of their efforts to upbuild the town and not put tumbling blocks in the way P CrophA J Thompson sold 24 mules at 60 a piece Preachersville con Lancaster Record Jones Alexander of Spring Robeinson of Lancaster 152 fine year ling cattle weight about 80o1bsti from 4Ji to 44 cts It be the best lot of yerlings that ever left Gai rard county The purchasers are Ohio Democrats Danville Advocate = The greatest corn crop in the history of ludianna is now in the shock and crib greater by 88103 ooo bushels than last year asJ t x ceediug by 22665000 ally tliiug heretofore known The tjtai crop estimated at bushels bushelstper acre The total acreage is 4 52IOOO acres J B Green sold to John G Lynn barrels of corn at 2 delivered Thomas D Cbenanii Son Madison sold 480 export tatt- leat66cT J Hill soul to Clay Sutton of Garrard a bunch of 80olbcattle at 4c Gtorge D = Weatherford bought of C HanArsdale TOO bbls of corn t 75 the cribI A Este bought C C Gover two corn fed heifers at3Tic and one of A C Hill at same price Interior Journal POLITICS wad POLITIC N5 0 Don gressman Joseph G Camion believed to have already won the race for the speakeship He has seventyeight votes in the Middle West and other States are counted to give him at least twentysev votes which will make 105 ptheelections may aggregat i 500000 against 21164 votes polled i 1892 The one Republican Congress man from Kentucky in tie next House the Hon Vincent Boreing said to be slated for the chair = of the comir itt on prints wI- n each pound package of r from now until Christmas will be a and instructivesobkinds Get Lion Coffee and a Free Game at Your Grocers GErDefayIH U t Hav You Heard of a hA ZOfh Century Low Prices i IF NOT CALL AT I Krueger Qt f Sans2 I i No Room to Quote IIverijiliiiig lp Ladies I sfpd Gents Furnishings ffl A- TLowest PricesI I II iGET YOUR Bnkefsr onIf infersI = j r Bow Is Your Boy I or Girl I Are they Fixed for i the I FF f SB IR v l IITlI ui Ri E General Lino best Gro ceries an- dHARDWARE And in fact anything inn general merchants line At Prices r THE BPS OF VERNON MT VERNON KY OPENED 1900 0 = CAPITAL CPI1N 515 000 C C WILLIAMS PRES JAS T ADAMS VicEPRS3 W L RICHARDS CASHIER A B FURNISH ASST CASH FishSWe solicit accounts of firms and individuals CareJul atteni is given collections entrusted to us Our friends and patrons are invited to call when in town Phone No 55 GO TO JONAS MCKENZIE iVIT VERNON KY for Everything in Dry Goods Glothing Boots and Shoes ana Generalr4 1 BEST GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES C Phone No 83 j WIlLIS GRIFFINUndertlver u and FUNERAL DIRECTOR Mt Vernon Ky Stock Complete IIW Gomingr Winter Reasonable AT Merchandise Practical I1urnishdone on short notice Come and see me anything I have not got can get for you on first train that leave the city OR TiERS by wire Promptly Filled Phone No 63 CHASa c DAViS The Place to Obtain Fresh DrugsALSO Patent KindsMedicines Perfumerys Stationery Toilet Articles CIGARS AND TOBACCO v Paints and Oils llhoursPhone rr064r J r P r S H rra1 nr I- rc r V A = J il T Is = a jOur Spec E g uO rae 5 pounds granulated Sugar 25 cts r ctsT6 bar Big Deal soap g a2ctgo It gallon bucket 90cts 2 pounds soda 2 12 ets 12 gallon best oil Jetr 4 pound best tea t5 cts 62 pounds good flolu 25 cts- i 1poulid lard 0etsr foral 1 O c oDC Hotel Frith R L COLLIER Propr Located at the Depow gc BRODHEAD KY GOOD LIVERY ATTACHED Meet all Trains Day and Night Traveling Men and Railroad r men Solicited Will furnish Lunches for all trains The VerandaHotel i ii JOSEPH COFFEY PROPR Stanford Ky Specially equipped for traveling men Sample roomou first floorIBath rooms free to guests RATKS 200 per day i W Al Francisco1 MONUMENTAL ORKSI Brodhcad Ky Granite and Marble Monuments t and Tombstones ALL WORK FIRSTCLASS J SATISFACTION GIVEN t = = rM L MYERS Dentist MT VERNON KY WORK OFFICE In the Krueger new brick PHONE No 73 C C Williams ATTORNEYATLAW f MT VERNON KY BSTOFFICE On 2nd floor o The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church street Special attention given to collections r Phone No So 4r = Miller House HUGH MILLER PROPRIETOR IHeadquatters for ConTriaercia1 Men fSTPofter at all trainsIa Insurance of all IIkindsCall at the office Mt i JG McCLARY Undertaker Embalmer 1 Coin Iete FIRSTCLASS Signal Vertton LINE of Caskets Robes c Ardors by Telephone attend ccl promptl- yStautiford Ky july 18 tf lMT VERNON DIRECTORY COURT CALENDAR COUNTY COURT Fourth Mon day in each month QUARTERLY COURT Fhst Monday in each month CIRCUIT Monday in February Fourth Monday in May and Third Monday in September MT VERNON POLICE COURT Third Monday in each month CHURCHES Services at the Christian Church Preach ing 1st 3r f3uud5 at 11 a m and at 730 p Sunday School 931 a m every Sunday Prayer Meeting Every Thursday 730 pm The public are cordially Invited to attend all services DAVID UAKTSFlELD Pastor syterianHolds services on the 4th dun I3y morning and evening Methodist will hold services at the pres byteiian church on the 2nd Sunday morning gird evening in ettcli mouth Baotist Church Services on the Thir d Sat rday night and Sunday Sunday 3cnpol at J a ui every Sunday Prayer eieeting on Tuesday m hts elCiMonlldayat 2 p m MACCABEES K OT M TEST No 21 meets every 1st and 3rd Monday at 730 p in JAS E HOUK Corn J J PING It K k 441 e tizr1ii1 IIfrrj New Fast TrainI T- OCOLORADO llTj1H THE PACIFIC CO effect Sunday May 19thI I1n train will leave St Loui 900 In daily the evening tram to same points 1010 p in daily Through sleeping car service bet seeu St Louis San Francisco and Northwestern points Only line that does a twice daily Excursion tickets now on sale For further information address R T G Matthews X P AT Louisville Ky EL C TOWNSEND Gen Pass r andTkt AgtSt Louis MTS George Doan died at Pine Hill Monday of hemorrhage of lungsIBrussels is said to be one of the most active centers of anarchism Mts Hattie Hart of Pekin IlL Is alleged tol1fV e been killed by using beauty medicine gf iIffF j I3Al AiIN 81 D ARGJ i NS IN Q Furniture Shoes and Boots I JacketsI10UR STOCK is coldIletctat prices to interest theIclosest buyers lOur Terms Cash or Produce I Our Motto IIIPhone 75 WANTEDli L ANDI lCommissioners Sale t ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURTs W T Houk etc Plaintiffs vs Matilda Houk etc Defendants By virtue of a judgment and or der of sale of the Rockcastle Cir cuit Court rendered at the Septb term 1602 of said court above styled action I shall proceed to offer for sale at the front door of the court house in Mt Vernon Ky to the highest bidder at pub = lie auction on Monday the 24th day of Nov 1902 between the hours of 8 oclock am and 4 oclock p1l1 being County Court dayupon a credit of six months the following described property towit 1st A certain travt of land located in Rockcastle county Ky and bounded as follows Beginning at a wild cherry stump the S Ecorner of Dower tract thence NT70I W 55 poles II links to a stone on the east edge of the Skagga Creek road thence with said road S 24J W 16 poles 20 links to a stake thence S 30 E 10 poles thence S 7 W 16 poles thence S I5 W 10 poles 19 links to a white oak on the east side of the road corner to the land claimed by george Smith thence with the lines down by said Smith N58 E 12 poles 17 links to the northern point of the large stone II just above the spring thence 3 55 t 4 E 3 poles and 10 links to a stone thence S 3 E 8 poles and 14 links to a stone with buckeye pointers thence So 6o3 E I3j to a stone in Mrs A Fishs 36341Ebeginning containing 13 acres and no spuare yards 2nd A certain house and lot located in Mt Vernon Rcckcastle K and bounded as fol lowsIand in the South line of Old Main Street thence with the line of street N 67 W 3 poles 10 links to the N E corner of Dower tract thence with two lines of same S 22 W 6 poles and 23 links to a stone thence S 67 E 3 poles and ofathe well to a stake in the west line withI22 6 23 beginningI3rd A dwelling house store house and lot on which said dwel ling and said store house are located tSVernon Kyand bounded as fol lows rOn thenorth by New Main St on tike east by the lotofS C Davis on the south by Old Main Stand on the west by the lot of J L Joplin For the pm chase price the par chaser or purchasers must execute bond with approved surety bear ing legal interest from day of iii day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a judgment Bidders wjlLcome pr epared to corn ply promptly with these terms BJ RETHURUM H Master Con Masked men held up every body in asalcon at E aCaroHdeleh Ill robbed them llJkilled oife man who resisted and escaped oil a hand car r Do unto others as you would have then do unto you7 u beIforesupplication with Amen Philip Evans Why Philip why did you say that asked his mother Well he replied I didnt God tomb me up with Ed He does act so dreadfully BEAUTIFUL CLEAR SKIES Herbiue exerts a direct influence Ion the bowels liver and kidneys purifying and strengthening these organs and maintaining them in a normal condition of health thus re moving a common cause of yellow mothy greasy skin and more or less of pimples blotches and blackheads Soc at Chas C Davis THE OYSTERS LAMENT An oyster sat on a cracker boy With his handkerchief to Ills eye s Why do you yeepmy briny friend Asked a cracker mildsurprise The oyster replied To tell the truth I am shedding these tears for yonI For I know full well youtH be broke up Vhen we meet in that iccent stew UIt gl if1 1J rm r i S 1C When the butter wont come put a penny in the churn is an old tiire dairy proverb It often seems to work though no one has ever told why When mothers are worried because the children do not gain strength and flesh l say give them Scotts Emulsion It is like the penny in the milk because it works and because there is something astonishing about it Scotts Emulsion is simply a milk of pure cod liver oil with some hypophosphites especially prepared for delicate stomachsChildren take to it naturally because they like the taste and the remedy takes just as naturally to the children be cause it is so perfectly adapted to their wants For allweak and pale an thin children Scotts Emulsion treatement VOW send you the pqiiayv i st a sampBc free Be run iht tM jKcjiwc in the fcru i i a Wl s ant wrPr of every bottle Emu ionyutt Lay 5CGTT BOWNE t Cfietts 409Ptea St N vSV ecc and f innp3ts L t 1 t4itE r lAke Q- qra n 4 = tJ IWJv fft n1 r E aiFa a f1j 11 og O E q I M M1 Li I5 faJ jlliJA ij1 1 iii rP riz t oti YaUCh novurU1rt1Pr a I 0granulated sugar 501 i IOunc1 best roastedcoffee a 5c1r 2bars Big Dealsoul 5 eis I I and thalf gallon bucket ro- 4 pounds soda 5 I gallon bnet oil d ct ri I halt gallon bucket 5ie i2pot1Ld best tons 3C II sncKgooclflonr 50 elS 2 pounds lucl 20 cts 1 Total2aOO ll u S eRA Po sIBY JET Vhat did hJtpe me U He said he didnt care so much for the peaches as he did the spirit in which they were sent On the 6th fifty wagon loads of piping were unloaded at Manchester and vicinity The telegraph line is being constructed from Lon don to Manchester The telegraph line is now being worked tempo letweenllSor1erset Standard Oil Company who is a visitor in the city says his company is now paying 200000 per year on leases of oil land in Kentucky and that this State is uu doubtedly the coming oil center of the world Lexington Leader The following letter written by President William Henry Harrison to Bezaliel Wells the founder of Steubenville Ohio dated Cin cinnati Nov 26th 2836 was re cently given out for publication by David La well an old wellknown steamboat mate who is now wharf master of the Coney Islandwharf beat at Cincinnati My Dear Sir I answer the dues tion you proposed to me this mbsn lab with great pleasure FirtI do not believe that Congress can abolish slavery in the States or in any manner interfere with the property of citizens in slaves but jupon the application of the States theyfmight money to theireslaves These opinions I have talwayshe- ground upon which I voted against the Missouri restriction iu the Fif teenth Congress The opinions above are precisely those which were entertained by Mr Jefferson and Mr Madison SecondI do not believe that Congress can abol ish slavery in the District of Colum bin without the consent of the States of Virginia and Maryland and the people of the district I haste yours truly W H HARRISON WORM DESTROYER Whites Cream Vermifuge not only kills worms but removes the mucus and slime in which they andd xuickly aheallhy bodyv where worms can not exist ac ai Chas C Davis The Small Brother I heard him can announceJ d the small brother Well what of it demanded his defiantlya hOh nothin mucbo answere onl1tin maybe its because of the butway it antvery nice of him n TATE OF OHIO CITY OF TOLEDO Jr3 LUCAS COUNTY j FRASK L CHEXKV makes oath diRt Its tI senior ixtrtntr of thi firm of FJ CHENEY CO coin business in the citof Totada and State aforesaid and that said will pity the sum of ONE JIUNDIIBD DOLLARS for each and every case of CA TARRH that canuot be cured by the KM of HALLS CATARRH CUlt FRANK J CHEXSY Sworn to before un and subnuribttd iit my lirusenve this tlth day of December Alih 133S A W GLKASGS SentNotary PuUUe Catarrh Cure is taken intentttlty Illaus directly the blood ami IHKMUA of the ystttn Sesrl for ttmiihte nsa Is free- Address F f CHfiWEY A Co Totedw C hold by all Druggist 75c Halls I uioily PiUs are the baefe i it 1 our iirI- tyc r zJt m hair t7 11 faliag out bdiy 1 Ilthf tl boto ot Arers air t ig J Ii soca aay hair stop dCoirlitouy 1 LSS qIi21t T9Yt lan3 c I Perhaps your snothcr I had thin hair bat that is k m no reason why you mast I go throughlife with haf starved 1r If long thick l YOUtrI1 with Averts n and make it rick dark aifi besw I i a rtor ts rnrrr rr as NewLf a S Jr 7 I tyUii a t ul ie i t XtI1 JL 00 C A Y 3 CO Lowell Il ij11rs Fred Unrath IloutonnAf4cr my first baby was horn did not t stem to regain my strength although the doctor gave me a tonic which he consid gettingjband insistedw3t lake Wine of Cardui for a week and sea what It would do for mz did take the medicine and was very grateful io find my strengtharrd health slowly returning In two weeks l was out of bed arid in a month I was able to take iup my usual duties am very enthual- in its praise Wine of Cardui reinforces the organs r i nancisWineIshe would not have been weakened as she vae Her rapid recovery should commend this great remedy to every 1aidw E ofCA nn f