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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 13 TIM j f i ii l4s Jt tI 7 e I 1 JLuu4 ern n tr Z t 1 SffiPi TELL MY FRIENDS TO BE BRAVE All 111tY1 Ti arse Small Profits Satisfy Us Prices Cuts The- Figure and Mens 1000 Suits SB 60 Mens 800 Suits 6 60 Mens 8750 Suits 500Mens 600 Suits 4 4 00Mens 500 Suits v 3 60Mens 400 Suits 2 60 r t r Sheriffs Land Sales For Taxes o I will on MONDAY DECEMBER iND 1902 at the front door of the Court house in Mt Vernon Ky expose to public sale to the highest bidder the following tracts of land for taxes due for the year 1902 DISTRICT NO1 Name No Tax Acres Cost Adams J J 50 3 Bryant Polly Ann 90 4 441J Coffey W P 10 281 Cummins Catharine 90 4 44 Hardy F H n r 75 10 40 Jones GWnr 125 2 73 Klnnsrd Alice i 175 Kirby Jerry i 3 06 Owens J W 30 4 04 Owens Ashle 40 4 40 Patten Wm 19011902 31 4 26 Payne A L 30 2 85 Payne Andrew J 50 451 Poteet JBS and F W 100 8 36 Snodgrsiss G W nr 24 2 81I Sowder R S 75 404 DISTRICT NO 2 Adams Mrs Nan itown lot 2 48I Adams Mrs Jane f i 2 oo Ambrcs Etizaoi 75 244 Ambros Hiram 300 9 34 Blazer Bros Hart 53 2 gE Carpenter Wiley 42 3 8o Dowell Mrs E I5 189 Eads W H 80- Xstrige p 46 Felix nr 45 3 96 Huff Taswell 85 5 02 Isaacs Albertc 10 198 Isaacs W Rt TOO 4 52 Lorell John 80 5 02 Northern John 86 3 30 Nuckles J H 20 j 17 Phillips Wm 60 4 04 Pullins Alvas heirs 4enr ISO 230 Ramsey D N rio 2 00 Shockley George nor 13 2 0 Smith Jack 30 I8 1 Soards Hates heirs ioo Boards Harves heirs 62 S 17 Walker J Stone 100 6 39 Woodall W T ro 404- r Adams WG 30 346 Hughes George 125 55 = DISTRICT NO 3 Abrams Walter 53Br 5 ant Frank n r 50 18 Day SBur 541 113o Edmistons laud n r 200 5 42 Jlaaucry heirs n r 39IGadd Mary J 50 225 Holman Charles 50 3 5 Hosken heirs ajr 60 2 I 1gginbothat tWnt 8o 230 Jackson Mrs Annie 50 46 Jordan Houston 75 4 04 Gsiie S S 40 l 317i Kiunard Harvey nr 3Q 2 g S Lester Chas heirs jn 1275 4 Malicoat Hardhi =5 jo- r Lt r CLOTHING Miller T D5 4 52 Miller Morrison t 3 30 McGuire A J n r 50 j 46 McGuire J W 40 3 17 Northern William 5o 3 05 Ramey Henry n r 40 2 10 Saylor A- Sheppard 25 28I Riley 25 5 oy Smith W B Johnson NR 6oo c34 Waddle J S Cn r 50 2 09 Williams Jonathan 83 3 3p Young Thomas 50 3 55 DISTRICT NO 4 Wyatt So 3 46 Baker Braddock r 7 S 5 50 Bishop Sissy n r 5o 49 Coleman heirs n r 100 45 Daugherty Thomas 250 S 07 Durham J N 40 Y 05 Durham Sarah 35t oo Durham Wm 63 380 Tensely Joe 20 = 8I Jones John 40 3 oS Mason Noah i JI oS Money Fred 30 3s McGuire J G 144 S 42 Stxton E P 40 3 05 Singleton Sherman 4o 2 98 Singleton W G2S3 05 Singleton R G 40 5 02 Cincinnati Cooperage Co 70 1130 DISTRICT NO5 Allen Phil T n r 336 1620 Allen Jennie 2 town lots 4 45 Ball B H 2 305 Ball Sanders 4 305 Bodkins James n r 50 2 oo Bales Thos Cn r 96 2 oo Bronston J G u r 50 2 98 Carpenter Willis 50 355 Carpenter Feldon 7 5 4t 3 Centers D R 10 305 Centers Wrrjl 305 Collins rH 80 4 52 Delph Henry L 12 4 52 Durham Newton 46- t 305 Durham Martha 2003 461- Falin Mart 50 3 05 Fisher James 3 2 Sf Fields Mrs Nany l is French Jeptha i town lot 5 02 Gay Jennie f n r 75 435 Hormsby J M 22 305 Ingram Paulina 20 17 Jackson Clay 25 3 05 Jones John 50 3 86 Jones Henry en r 50 2 0 Lawson Mollie 75 445- 3Li05 Maricle Vm 30 3 0 Moore Ben 90 3 0 5o69 Overbay J M = 50 330I Owens W l 75 3 30 Pingleton Jas V t 2 47y Reece Hogan 15 295 Robinson lW 3 2 9 Rutherford Alex 50 355 Sullivan J Au rv isr 445- j Scott Tames r rJ d3 5 fT i 1 tVtf 3 1 j i A Big Line of Men and Bo- ysOVERCOATS At 2 X225 250 3 485 5 to 750 333CBAKERsIi1 29o Troxwell J M 50 3 So Waddle Wm 50 3 05 Walker Sullivan n r 400 5 42 Wyrick Harvey 65 3 55 Walker Mrs D L n r 125 3 46 Leavell J B Sally 600 4 45 EISTRICT No6 Arnold heirs n r 25 175 Carr Burnett 76 3 55 Djcre John F 50 3 30 I yaps Gentry 2 3 55 Goodin Ezekiel 44 3 55 Hall Eli 80 335 Hood Napoleon 25 2 80 Jones Sarah J o 4P 3 46 Mink Wm Samueli 57 2 98 t Mink Rosalind 60 2 49 Moore John 50 3 55 Oliver E C 35 3 30 i i IcTaylor4521TyreeWickliflf heirs Cn r 400 6 39 Whitaker Elizabeth 30 18o Whitaker Giles E 40 2 95 DISTRICT NO7 Cash J N 186Cj 42 Hayes Josiah J 1257 46 Head Thos n r 50 2 49 981HuntMeece Lorinda 140 2 98 Mize Tilford 130 6 48 McLemore J S 100 5 50I Percifield P W 52 4 DISTRICT NO 8IBaker Wms heirs 3 2 00 Blanton John 200 10 40 Hall Fannie 37 3 46 i Hall P J r45 648t Hiatt A M 50 2 74 Houk W M heirs 33 2 49 Maddux heirs So 5 42c Pitts Elisha heirs 100 2 oo Durham Ora 2 2 48 Durham Ora J 152 48J Tharp W Gs heirs i towti lo 6 40 Potts John 1tI8 2 00 Ruper r A 65 298 Ross L D 75 355 Saylor T5 i town lot 3S5i Thompson F M n r87 2 35I WaldeuWH v i n I2 3 55 DISTRICT ND I COLORBD LIST Baxter Spicy nr 75 2 98 Smith George 60 4 77 05oH L TATE S RC PRIDE OF HEROES 5Many soldiers in the late war wrote to say that for Scratches Bruises Cuts Wounds Corns Sore Feet and Stiff Joints Buck lens Arnica Salue is the best in then world Same for Burns Scalds Boils Ulcers Skin Eruptions and- o Piles It cures or no pay Only 25C at all druggists The funeral of any aged woman 5ft Chicago was conducted entirely by women I r f i i CRAB ORCHARD 0 Mrs Fannie Hedd is with her son Charles and family Mrs Mariam MaCauley is visiting friendsin Garrard county Miss Sallie Carmical of Mt Vernon is visiting Mrs T P Elam Green Riddle spent several days last week with Miss Fannie Lang Mollie Collier of Brodhead has been making a visit to her mother Mrs Tatum v Miss Prudence Merimee of Da vis county is visiting her sister Mrs Dr Henry Pettus Mrs Jane Hunt of Madison county is making an unlimited to Mrs B D Hpltzclav Bro Brewer of the Christian church preached here morning and evening to crowd Miss Birdie Gooch of Oklahoma closed her school at the Thompson school house and returnee home last week Jeff Holmao of Hiatt has returned to Mrs Ruth Coffees af ter spending several days with homefolks ITohn Elam one among our best young men has been on the sick list for several days Hope he will soon recover Dishani an old soldier last Sunday morning was buried in the soldiers lot in Crab Orchard cemetery Bro J M Bruce of the Baptist church is holding a protracted meeting at Whites school house and reports large audiences and great Interest A W Buchanan who went from here to Mexico in search of health writes to W D Wallin that he has entirety recovered from his threat ened lung trouble Jno Z Carson of Brewlown Ala has come in to spend some time with his sister Mrs Claudie Holman He is just recovering from a spell of typhoid fever G W Spangler a farmer living near hermet with an accident last Monday which came near be ing serious He fell off his wagon and the wagon rolled on him but he got out with a few bruises Miss Faunle Austin of Lancas ter who is wellfcnown here was some months since so badly af flicted with rheumatism that she was entirely helpless She went to Cad bltd Springs Ind andin four weeks treatment has entirely recovered and is now enjoying a visit with friends in East St Louis Mo r IJ tttttttTTftYltfTttTtijttft1fittj PP B1GPIRCE8MIlilji11111111111111111111 S Though Carnpe ors Ius we Charge so Here i esItBoys T 50 SuitstBoys 600 Suits 400Boys 40l Suits 3QO CILII UEXS Svrrs at 65 cents 75 cents 85 cents 1 125x 150 and np Great BarqainStcre Mt Vernon fordMrs SundayI ILouis 1111111111 Even Our Ask why Little we Cut The Ky Maurice Perkins of LosAugels Cal and W C Egbert who is clerking for Montgomery Ward Co Chicago are expected to visit their friends during the Some of our yonn HollidarsI the vive I h rd anyIbodytell her I told it BRODHEAD IMiss Edna eou try of Danville is visi ingMisEl1a Duun Miss Brown of Pulaski isvis ing Rev A J Pikes family Mr Ed Hurt has been laying off on the account of sickness Mrs Chestnut Mrs F Francis os mother has been very sick The supper at the Methodist churchwas a success Proceeds about 13 J J Ping of Mt Vernon will conduct a subscription school here this winter Miss Carrie Frith of Gum Sul phur is visiting relatives in our town for a while Miss Stamper and sister of Lebanon Junction have been visit ing Mr Charly Keisling and family of this place Misses liola Keisling aud Lula Jarrett Ben Pike and J J Ping and quite a number of others from here went to Sayers school house entertainment and reported good time One of the best Xmas gifts was given through the kindness of Adams Albright and the CincinI nati PostAn invalid J Miss Roberts who has lost the use of her lower limbs entirely sCOUGHING SPELL CAUSED DEATH Harry Duckwell aged 25 years choked to death early yesterday morning at his home in the pres ence of his wife and child He contracted a slight cold a few days ago and paid but little attention to it Yesterday he was seized with a fit of coughing which continued for some time His wife sent for a physician but before he could arrive another coughing spell came ion and Duckwell died from suffo Democrataiobor 1901 Ballards Horehound Syrup would have saved him 25c soc androoat Chas C Davis drugstore The Irishman who asked to be excused from the jury that was tQ try a man for assault and battery con the ground that he knew the defendant did not propose to take any chancesy J c5sw- QUilL 0 IIS1111 Acton sold to Thomas Nicely for X300 Y Most of the public schools have closed in this part t hogs are worth from 6 to G4 IFin this part dressed Perry Wright is reported better of typhoid fever 1llIaciBrown sold to George Owens a fat tow at S Icts r j Charlie Sowder is reported a little better with Typhoid fever i 1 A G Craig is some better witl tpneumonia fever at this time Mrsl Steve Proctor left Friday torjoin her husband in Tennessee i Brown Cummins have their goods in and are ready for business V Logan Brown sold a cedar knot for225 and GW Brown one for wVrIG A Morgan sold his farm to Wm Doan for 750 and bought y one in Gairard of Wm Lawson ifor 2 500 Willie Proctor of Lexington isfr here taking up turkeys which he bought in this part he bought about 800 r WH Brown and family and DrVE J Brawn aitd family of Stanford have been spending a few days with relatives in this section John Craigsold to Jas 1 Hamilton a horsefor 70 and one a mare to same at 75 Jack McMllllen tsold a mare for S 7A G and J M Craig sold to John Craig a gild ing for 60 D R Gentry sold to Joe Hasty 2 heifers for 22 JohniCraig sold 3 fat hogs at 7cts dresses Logan Hasty sold a pair of good steers at about 4cts A MILLION VOICES Could hardlv express the tlianks of Homer Hall of West PointIa Listen why A severe cold hadV settled on his lungs causing aI most obstinate cough Several physicians said he had consuirip tion but he could not help him When all thought he was doomed he began to use Dr Kings NeivV Discovery for Consumption andj writes It completely cured me and saved my life I now weigh 527 pounds Its positively guar T anteed for Coughs Colds and Lung 4 troubles Price soc and 160 Trial bottles free at all druggists The night clerk at the Capital Hotel at Frankfort refused accom a modationsto Millionaire Ton John t son on account of his appearance He was bespattered with mudi by hIsautomobIle lw- V- l Kfj14erF V 1 J J 113 0 rg l g 7 b a = L Your Dollars work wonders here The Slender Pursed will itself give a Lively Account of A 0 POFFEE ArbucWes 10 cents frB on 9 cents yf Besf Green 10 cents s BEST FLOUR 450 A BARREL SAME FLOUR IN SACKS AT SA1vIEt LOW PRICES centsVIrXMASPR Handkerchiefs worth roc at 5C silk Hks worth 25 = at TSC Silk Hks worth Soc at 300 ALL Kinds of Underwear at LOW PRICES Each a nice r Xma2reseutSignal 4 MtV oS FRIDAY DECEMBER 12 1902 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT i SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertisingrates made known on application H If HENN1NGER Of Wajnerceunty is a candidate for State treasurer subject to the action of the Jmaeratic pyTty The Democratic judicial conven tion at Danville the loth resulted iti a split and two conventions were held in the same hall District Chairman Birch in passing oft the contests from Garrard and from precinctsiii Boyle seated the Saufley delegation from Garrard and ruled that Saufley was r entitledThe 16 one delegate from Hardin and Bell factious organized a convention with Ben Roach chairman and nominated W asI Bell for Circuit Judge and C Hardin for C ommouwealths At torney Chairman Birchs conven tion nominated M C Circuit Judge and John Sam owsI ley for Commonwealths It is probable that the matter will be settled in the courts John D Rockefeller and a num ber of other wealthy men whose names are withheld will create a vast trust fund to promote edu a tion by aiding existing schools throughout the country A bill incorporating a general education corporation with headquarters at Washington has already been pass ed by Congress naming several prominent educators who shall have cbarge of the fund Especial attention will be given to the work of raising the standard and capaci ty of Southern schools for both whites andnogroes THE National Association of Automobile Manufactures wants Congress to appropriate 20000 000 for a national highway As such appropriation as this seems lobe what the presnt Congress Wants there is no doubt but tha ti ere will be a bill offered to that effect and probably passed as the present Congress is working fo the best interest of the masses and of course it would be a great help to the working people to have a public highway where they can rim their automobiles iJ M ALVERSON of Stanford has announced himself as a candi date for Representative of Lincoln Bounty Mr Alveison is a democrat of the old kind and a man o f Exceptional attainments in every particular andnyouldibe an honor st r- i9Iit JFJfJ 1 IReady Made Skirts worth + at 3 worth 5 at 250 Same worth 250 at 175 Same worth 200 at 150 I Same yort1L 150 at 100 I ItwiRvy Y to investigate to himself and his constituency as will as one of the lawmakers of the state Should the Lincoln people honor him with the office he seeks they will most assuredly never regret having done so THE Hon Thomas B Reed died in Washington city last Sunday night after an illness of only a few days In his death the United andIbe found But like Blaine that with all his intellect the goal of his ambition he never could reach the Presidency o SCRAPS BY JET Blood never tells very much when it meets a poorrlutiooIYou cant she isns in love until after she gets j him A girl doesnt believe a fellow is seriously iu love unless he acts foolishly Iwoman does not object to a a cigar unless the man lIS her A husbandIon the ground that her husband wears the same shirt three- weeks and goes to bed with his sockis on The shirt proposition is a pretty strong one in itself As to tfce socks the most humane of men are often obliged to protect themselves against cold feet Sen timent and romance take wings when the cold pedal is worked on neighboring chins- Investigation has shown that 60 percent of cigarette smoking boys had poor memories 40 per cent- were untruthful 60 per cent had bad manners and 90 per cent were slow thinkers while the average efficiency of boys not smoking was 195 per cent These statistics how ever cut no ice with the youths who do not think they can lay claims to manhood unless they have one of the little coffin nails stuck between their teeth A citzen was heard to make an ungallant remark on the street the other day said a Fulton man ac Record He tyspeaking to him about the heavy expense con uected with keeping a family and NorI use my wife temper for a furn ace her feet for a refrigerator her company manners for sugar and then we have tongue all the year round so you see iny expensesare very light IJ 1 Englandt aremedytnlthe W 5 to insure parents against twins Any t Ho da r They Read T Dame f fLnoliBdTfiey Soup This a few words is the storyof 1who en ere f KRIfEGrEKgcfc SONS store It tfJ Fancy Candies 4 For COMPLETE STOCKY PRICES J J XMAS Js Cloaks worth 700 at 550 Same worth 600 at 500 4251SameSame north 250 at 175 young married couple may purchase a policy from this company and in that case may rest assured that it will never find it difficult to provide for any twins or triplets that may be born to it The company does not pay any money when only one pair oftwins is born but it pays a hand some sum on the arrival of any subse quent pair Most of its policyholders are said to be men who could not easily keep the wolf from the door if their wives presented to them two or three pairs of twins but who are now wholly indifferent as to the number of their offspring since they know that the more twins they have the more prosperous they are likely to become Ex An old farmer residing in Clark county Ohio who was somewhat of a poet as well as swine raiser had one of his hogs killed by a Big Four train and who feeling thatf he was duly entitled to damages penned the following which he enclosed to the General Manager at Springfield Ohio My razorback strolled down the track A week ago today Your 29 came down the hue And snuffed his light away You cant blame methe hog you see Slipped through a cattle gate So kindly pen a check for ten The debt to liquidate The old farmer without question miscalculated the mellowing effect of poetry on railroad corporations as in a few days he received the following Old 29 came down the lineiAnd killed your hog we knowIBut razorbacks on railroad Quite often meet with Therefore my friend we cannot sendyThe check for which you pine Just plant the dead place oer his head Here lies a foolish sw- ineCASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears arSignature of BALIARDS HORKIIOUND SYRUP Immediately relieves ho arsei croupy cough oppressedrattling rasping and difficult breathing Henry C Stearns Druggist Shulls burg Wisconsin writes May 20r 1901 I have been selling Bal lards Horehound Syrup for two years and have never had a pre paration that has given better sat isfacriou I notice that when I sell a bottle they come back for more I can honestly recommend- it 35c and tooatChas1 C pavjs drugstore y w H 6irY j M 110 I O U 15 r II 1 ntt Ar 0 11B 0 C 7 h 2X r 1 TJ TjPrx y I They in a 4 CFRYSTMASV LOW a woe the Pcvcbv a 4 FQU ILadies Hats worth 250 at 200 worth 200 at 150 I Same worth 150 at 100 Same worth 75C at 500 I Come quick and obtain the above BARGAINS tB wu =u s COVE III S N Seymore will tnWe to George Fish farm k Rev J W Riddle will preach at Buckeye Sunday next Miss Hellen Singleton closed her school here la week i J S Langford contemplates moveing to Oklahoma Mr Bob Evene of Livingston is visiting relatives here this leek Miss Thersa Johnson was visiting relatives at Withers time frst of the week J Green Riddle has returned from a visit to relatives at Crab OrchardMiss Maggie Dooly of Withers has returned home after a visit to relatives here Ga HE FOUND A CURE R H Foster 318 S 2d Street Salt Lake City writes I have been bothered with dyspepsia indigestion for 21 years have trie many doctors without relief but I have found a cure in Herbine recommend it to all my friends who are afflicted that way and it is curing them too 5octs at Chas C Davis drugstore A new well on the Payne farm in Knox county came in witha gush The oil took fire and the drilling machinery was destrayed before the flames could be subdued FAVORITE FAMILY REMEDY Frequently accidents occur in th household which cause burns cuts sprains and bruises for use in such cases Ballards Snow Lini ment has for many years been th constant favorite family remedy 25c 50 and iooatChas C Davis drugstore FARM FOR SALEI have for sale a farm of 127 acres lYing on the waters of Brush Crek t miles north of Level Greene Goo house and outbuildings Orchard and well watered Terms easy For further information call on Henry Catron LevelGreen Ky tf I Cl1ghed cc I had a most stubborn cough g for many years It deprived me iw of sleep and I grew very thin I S then tried Ayes Cherry Pectora- lr v and was quickly clIredu I S R N Mann Fan Mills lour f Sixty years of cures and such testimony as the above have taught us what Ayers Cherry Pectoral will do We know ifs the greatest cough remedy ever made And you will say so too after you try it Theres cure in every drop Three sizes 2Sc t SL All dniggbts Consult your doctor If he eaya take it thou do aa be says If Lc tells not to take it tbcu dont take it Ho knows Leave It trltli liirn Vfo are t J AYERCO wil1lnoI r r w hnsfm di INU IFI N E IDON T Lamps Albums Picture IFrames Dolls etc etct f a r XmasPreents t iAS m rIr tray 9TRugs worth 400 at 300 Same worth 300 at 250 Same worth 250 at 200 150IThese must go during Hollidavs l T r l Godstn i IPhysicianOpticiansWILL M I e e i lIaDNFSDAJrONE ONLY IIgiveIDONJ Land Stock cropl Jonas R Bush auctioneer reports the sale of Fielden Berryman Friday was poorly attended on ac count of inclement weather Among the prices realized were the following Eight shotes 5 2ope hundred calf Sr45o steer 21 cows 22 50 to 32 5o5 mtUe colts 34 25 each pair of yearling mules 135 pair of twoyearold mulesd130 perIbarrel in shock fodder y cts per shock Winchester Democrat At Hutchison John McLeoud sold to Jacob Jacoby 300 barrels of corn in the field at i 80 bar rel Mr Jacoby gettingthe fodderr Hibler Bros bought of C DI 1b1hogschased of Mr Weathers a bunch of 350 pound hogs at 5 60 16 hogs weight 140 pound average of Robt Meteer of Hutchison at 5 Edwardt s Ellis bought a 12000 elbs crop of tobacco from Denny Frederickson at 10 cents straight D G Taylor of Elizabeth 23 feeding cattle wt 920 B Woodford atpoundsoBourbon News ofdwedding a Long Island man was j drowned TAIL To Visit Our IStore For 1 Fa e lP Overcoats th600 at 500 Suits worth ioop at 750 Boys SuitsI PRICES CUT HALF IN TOO And you get the benefit of the CUT frR M r Hot DAY L eg 35I sold cClaude OBrien was found guiIff at Lexington for the murder of A illChin1 and his punisnment Was fixed at death Atlanta Constitution Dm Are there no colored mea in Nework city of merit and worth and as mull entitled to be Collector of the Port of that city as Deveauxto- be Collector of the Port of Sfvanr rcsiIand worth by association w th a- southern Democratic environment as to deserve offices that lItJ negro in ordOhio is fit from association with ai northern Republican environment logicalI 1 1 1 f i Q lQ of Ul1 j proscrvcs and pickles spread 1Wthin coating ol DejJrC fl if Fg- Bt ttJ i Will them sbaolutely mofemre and jrJIIOof PurePeilaedPsra1HssisaLe dozen other rays about the booce Full Uirectcnn in each pacleasdi t yo d evijjwhcra 4 STANDARD OIL CO i Ys o t + vL the Cot to Belt from St Louis Thebes Cairo and Mn his first and third Tuesdays of each tuonth beginning Octcber 21st iForr om1 yay tickets theWay 0 it i troundtrip tickets ore fare 200 to in Missouri 3 tories1ritc C 1 eCc1 Itt erns send thmccli trains to Tosascgnipped cittyttt Jmw madcrn aad cosnfortahic cars Theso trains make and direct connections for all prR Cf the Great Southwest St Ii you are seekingg a bettor plant to locato write for a Eros of our bandsome Illustrated bookletrHomc Int the Soctb test aa3 Trough exas With a Camera- L 0 SCHAEFER Traveling Passenger Vgcnt CiicfiinatiiO E WLn BEJWiIEGerer tl Pass anti Ticket St Louis Y13- t iral r 11 v 4 Mti Version Signal fJ 1 T ElNOIC1oEC1 1902 I r Call upo 70 When you tva r t t r Coiruiijurvi c9tr ith IG AL 7glI = 0 r mJ c I LOUISVIUC NASHVILLE R RCCf TIMETABLE 24 north 1055 a m 16 north 122 atm 23 south v i 200 p n 25 South 122 a m lAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 5 8 Entered at the MtVcrn Ky Post et6e see endclass mail matter PEfcSONAL Sam Pennington is at home for the Hollida3S W M Catron has been appointed postinaster at Somerset judge R G Williams is at home for a few days atten Hug court Sheriff H L Tate has moved into the Houk property Mrs Joplin ismoving back to this place from Junction Cityc Tip Langford will leave in a short time for Oklahoma to locate Dr Ewers left yesterday for North Jellico to hold a meeting Mrs Fannie Edams has returned from a visit at Louisville and other 1pomtsMiss Mattie McFerron visited friends and relatives here the first of the veektJim Rickels and Henderson Jones who have been very low with fever are improving Mrs J W Brown spent a portion oft e week with Mrs J Thost Cherry at Brodhead JV Tate of Brodhead is riding sheriff during illness of Granville Clark the excellent deputy Judge Alcorn Judge W L Brown and Hon F F Bobbitt are the visiting attorneys at the special termfjMiss Julia Boreing of London will start for Texas Monday to pend the winter on account of her health George JIen son 6f Mr E C Alien of Cooksburg vas one of the new additions to the college Iondayciris Z T Hansel who hase been suffering from some hemor ages of the lungs is but little if any better a Allen Pennington of Oakley Laurel county was the guest of the family of Mr A Pennington first of the week- Tornmie Adams vho is now sec tion foreman in Tennessee is vcrJ low with typhoid feeer and not ex pected to live Misses Lucy Farris Lucy Mc Pee Ollie Smith and Hattie Brown of London will arive tomorrow to visit Mrs E S Al bright Miss Lillie Butner has closed her school and aftera few weeks visit with relatives here will leave for Indiana to make her home with her sister Mrs W F McClary Mrs B J Bethurum returned from the Louisville hospital where she has been for the past week or two under treatment While great ly improved yet she is still very sick V Burton and wife have re turned from Crawfordsville Ind where they have resided for the past nine months to make Rockcas tle their home MS Burton vasJ Miss Carrie Purcell yF Lee of the firm of Lee Braughton manufacturers of lum ber and who are sawingsome o f the best lumber ever shipped from the town of Brodheadwas her t 1fo and left us a nice order for job fork Prof A T Ewers has resigned as of tHe Mt Vernon Col legiateInstitute and will leave tb first at the year for Indiana to take charge of a church iutheHoosier State Prof Ewers and family win begreatly missed by our people and it is vdth much regret that we give then up The school will how eer cntiuue just the sarnie as Tiereiofore under Uje management oi iiuf C Rr nun 7 LS LOGALS 0iene1groJlin Thelitile daughter of Mr and t rsR L Jones died last niilt about 7 oclock of brain fever r Dr M L Myers bought Judge R C VViliiaiu property on old Main street consideration 1100 The special term of court began yesterday and will continue for a week Nothing but civil business will be tn drThe three churches will dud hold the Xmas exercised to gather There will be ax cantata and a Jacobs ladder Let all remember the Oratorical Contest and Literary entertain 11FridCiYa rose comb cockrcls W S CUMMINS Livingston Ky W M Poynter as administrator for Joe Poynter deceased re quests all parties holding accounts against same to present them for payment A letter postmarked Beaumont Texas Dec 2 830 p m was re ceivedat 2 p in Dec 4th Forty one hours sad 30 minute Pretty fast work HOLIDAY RATES TheL N will sell tickets at one and one third 171 fare for the round trip during the Holidays commencing 23 and good until Jan 2nd Beasley Co Stanfordcarry the nicestand most uptodate fur to be found anywhere in asern Kentucky If you dont believe it go and see for yourself 1024 tf- Ifouk Adams has the most is complete line of Xmas goods in Rear our big ad this week for bargains in every thing in the way of Christmas presents LOST STRAYED OR STOLEN Two red heifers two and three years old in the spring Both de- horned Have been gone since the to of September A liberal re ward will be paid for their returnp or any information as to whereabouts WILLIAM FRENCH dec54t Livingston Ky of Judge R A Burnside of Lancaster has received formal notice his appointment as special rev nue agent to succeed Gen Collier who has been appointed pension agent at Louisville to succeed Leslie Combs Judge Burnside is prominent Republican of Garrad county and has served that county two terms as county judge Concerning Elder J L Davis andt C Sowder trouble I have been carrying Bro Davis from Mt Vernon to Providence and back going on two years I have never seen any thing wrong out of him he always acted like a Christian but what he done at other places I dont know and I acted to hasty in disputing Mr Sowders word through the paper J E CRAIG Quail Ky dec 8 1902 Mr Charles L Gray of Bracken county who is a candidate for Railroad Commissioner for the Third Kentucky District was here Monday in the interest of his candi dacy The following from the Paris Kentuckian gives the situation in a nut shell Mr Chas L Giav of Augusta has been in Paris for a few days inI the interest of his race for Railroad Commissioner from this the 3d District The district is overwhelmingly Republican and theI office is now filled by Mr Wood of Mt Sterling Mr is an intelligent gentleman GrayI the prime of life a courteous staunch and loyal Republican wit warm friends among all classes If nominated and elected he will bring to the discharge of his duties the uptoeHis many friends in Bourbon where he once resided irrespective o party ties can with due accord con mend to the consideration of s constituents if this office must be filled by a Republican no worthier candidate not more deserving gentlemanthah Mr Chas L Gray of Augusta Mp 6 The following is the jury se JarvisIby Ben Adams Harrison Hale Jas Purcell W E Craves Cash Herrin Cash Cummins Jas Mul lins J B Cummins L Deer Al len Lewis W T French W C Burdett J L Arnold J N Griffin Wallace Laswell W A Proctor Harvey Mink J T Cherry Jesse fchildress H O Gable Jas Hunt PUBLIC SALE I will 011 SATURDAY DECEMBER 1902 at my residece2 12 mites East of Mt Vernon sell to the highest bidder the following I5I head of cattle 3 head of houses 8 head hogs about 35 barrels of corn two two horse wagons and harness blacksmith shop outfit 3000 binds of oats 2 stacks of hay three stands with bees household kitchen furniture and all kinds of farming implements and many other things too numerous to mention All sales cash in hand- dec122t TIP LANGFORD The fallowing from the Cincin nati TimesStar is a handsome compliment to Judge R G Wil Hams who was tIlt principal speaker at the annual memorial services of the Newport lodge of Elks held last Sunday The orator of the day was Hon R G Williams of Covington lodge and he was an orator in all that the word implies His theme was the brotherhood of man and never was this fruitful subject more ably or more eloquently handled He held iris audience for over an hour with the deepest interest and his ev ryd utterance seemed keenly absorbed by his hearers JJ Down in the little town of Brod head Ky there is a little girlwho a cripple She cant walk As long as she lives she will be helpless Added to her sorrow is poverty She is very poor And yet she is cheerful and patient She has not complained She is trying to make the best of life and the people of her home town honor her for her courage They wanted give the cripple girl as much of a chance as possible and that ex lains the letter that follows Editor Posl Dear Sir We have a grl in our town who has lost the use of both limbs She is very poor parentage and they are unable to provide for her as she should be The citizens aud friends are anxious to get an invalid chair for herone that she can manage with her arms If you would kindly donate an advertise ment to try to find secondhand chair for us we would all be very grateful to you The dear girl confessed Jesus Christ as her Saviour during a revival this week and itnwould have brought tears to eyes of anyone to have seen her to make an effort to get to the pas or when the invitation was given Now she is so anxius to attend the services hence we ask your coop eration Being a subs criber to your valuable paper we know yoUjt are always anxious and willing to help the needy Yours truly ALBRIGHT ADAMS Brodhe d Ky Nov 22 1902 That letter was sent Max Woch er Son dealers in surgical in struments 21 and 23 W Sixthf Street and it touched the hearts of two of Cincinnatis big businessmen We will just make a Christmas affair out of this said Max Schmidt to his partner and he dictated the following letter to the post CINCIN ATIONov 29 Editor Cincinnati PostDear- Sir We have before us the letter from citizens of Brodhead Ky in reference to the unfortunate case of a little girl who has lost the use of both limbs and note the commendable effort on the part of neighbors to secure for her an invalid chair Touched by the ex girlshwe tending to her through you an in valid chair which we trust will aid in lightening her burdens and make life a little more pleasant Veryrespectfl1llYI SONfThe chair has been shipped to Brodhead and with it a Merry Christmas greeting to a little crjp e who is good and patient anc Reserves all that can be done fo Tier comfort Cincinnati 6stli cj trf J APRIL 7tilThe Goebel Monu went Commission after a lengthy session Thursday again deed action in the selection of the unon unient or tcmih The Commission will not meeT again until April 7 nyxf at vitch time the sen v or and hrchilcccs must submit designs in laster for considerationto h bLVlNGSTON o J F Cooper is in Jellicp this week =NPi Oliver went to Jel lico Sun iay where he has accepted a pesiiion with a grocery firm W S Cummins was in Junction City several days lust weekEgh- ext Hayes spent ibis week at home with his parents Jim Argeubright was in frcm Williamsbiirg SundayB N Cox traveling salesman for Brooks Mead Co was here Sunday and Monday Clarence Durham and James McGuire are at East Bern stadt Boston Durham who was shot several weeks ago is still im provingJohn A Mullins went to Mullins Station MondayJay Hunt of Maretburg returned home Monday alter a visit with his brothers Edgar and Egbert Grif finRev Father Bealer of Nicholas ille held Catholic services Tuesday at the icsidence of Geo McCarthy William Henderson of Garrard county spent several days here the guest of Mrs James Davis and Miss Jennie Hammond John Stewart L N fireman moved his family here from Brumfield this week Toni Stewart of Wil and Dick Johnson of Gooch were here this week on busi nessJ T Blankenship is seriously ill this weekMrs R A Sparks and children returned Wednesday from a visit at Louis ville and Lebanon Junction Mrs Sparks left Thursday for a visit with Mrs Sue Doty at Richmond Leroy Satterfieldof Lebanon function is visiting his grandfather Capt A N Bentley Mrs Brownlie of East Bernstadt was the guest of Mrs Jane Van Huys Monday Mrs Nan McCarthy of East Bernstadt is visiting her sister Mrs Susie Patterson Miss Anna Baker has returned from a visit with lobs Grant Baker at Mt VernouMrsDr Childress is visiting the Drs parents on Brush creekDr Lucas has a genuine case of shinglesFrank Burton is switching in the K C yards at ParisGeo McKinney L N fireman suffered some severe injuries at Brodhead Tuesday He was brought here Dr Cooper at tended him and pronounced him ot dangerously injured He went his home at Lebanon Junction W 11 Fields and wife of May wood are visiting Mrs Henry RiceBill Graves is home from Ivery Dale Ohio There is some lk of Bill getting marriedRay will come home the ojJx to spend the Hollidays Misses Lizzie and Annie Roberts of Gun Sulphur are here visiting Miss Lida CookDr Brown of Stan ford was here Sunday on professional businessrRev John B Dickerson preached his farewell sermon at the Christian church last Sunday Mrs Lawrence Dick erson and sou Ray and Miss Julia Dickerson left Thursday for an extended visit with friends and relatives at Paris and Falmouth Mr and Mrs Henry Browning were the guests of Mrs Jno Mrgee Wednesday J C Rocker is away either at Newark 0 or Shelbyville Maybeheilili bring a bride home with himSchoo closed FridayThere will be a box supper at the school house Thursday evening tee BWARE OF OINTAISTS FOR CtA5 TllRII THAT CONTAINS M15RCUBX as mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the whole sys tem when onttrinff it through the mucous surfaces Such articles should never he used except on prescriptions from reputable pl1Z1 siciun as the da gage they will do IS fold to the good you can possibly derive frou them Halls Catarrh Cure manufactr nliedmercury and is taken intcnianlly acting di rectly upon the blood aud mucous surfaces of the system In buying Jlallla Catarrh Cure be sureyouget tHe genuine his taken and mjcdtiu Toledo Ohio by F trf earI i w = n Giyaqr f 4p a i =o jc rI i i I r 3 H1ci J 3 j IBfJ fj IIsimilatlni tiil t i2 susmd E whs t1 J1 u5 t 1JH 2 h = = 1 P oJfe r e lopIIIOpiumJforphine 1 TOT MpJO rTlI l l cF dJJI INUElPJmJlll7 IiAlxflIIaIeccsoz Sl 2TItdrnf itmkI t I J IrisJalliedruIfbeM Aperfecl = I forConsti fion Sour 5tomachDjarrltoca WormsCorcvulslofts fecrash ncss anti LASS F SLEP FasSini1e Signalurc of NEW YOIK EXACT COpy OF WRAPPER i flI- I I Complete = w L x I f t 1 lri o i f t nicaS t i f1 l L i ntfll sM I Iii E OJ an H HCU n PuJ Th i4 1y sa I r r fi 1 itl tiV YSJ 1t 1 piL 31 W ali BF lg the jtr 1j ar M tk 4 rgnature fJJft 5 A yr h 1- ff ofM c9 j Q Ifo YtJ Jt In x 1 t usaIlJJ IiTi lli 1 rsrl V s 1 srrPJ Jtll IAbiJU g- Thr e i y- T rtILun rev Girt i THE MEElF jftT VERNON KY OPENED 1900 r rCAPITAL STOCK 15000 C C WILLIAMS PRES JAS T ADAMS VicEPRSS W L RICHARDS CASHIER A B FURNISH ASST CASH DIRECTORSJonas McKenzie Geo Livesay A T Fish S H Martin Rod Perry Vincent Boreiug J E Houk We solicit accounts of firms and individuals Gareml attention is given collections entrusted tons fOur friends and patrons are iwhen in town Phone No55 V tif It GO TO Y JONAS MCKENZIE WT VERNON s KY for Everything in t Dry Gb6Hs7a Clorhinn Boots aiuWSlioIre iCl Generil t t Merchandise H v ti f rto t 1o- Jtf IIft BEST GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES Phone No 83 r =j WILLIS GRIFFIN Etactical Urrd ertker and FtJNERAL DIRECTOR t 4r tf 4t ff L t r Mtfnon ltv r r Stock 1KHg IIurnishEmbalming done on short notice Cauget for you on first fitrain that leave the cit t J 4 17 i jT QR ULRS pyyiIe Jromptfjr Filled J q Phone No6 r y DAVISCHJSCJThePla Je to Obtain V t t u L t hr tDIf Ug As t2 ar y jIaJL ALSO c 70 J i J H Patentediciffes 11a1lind t PeJrfuLiEnery f t ttQnerykI9bAt c bQiIetAnti Iesi i i 1 CIGARS AND T BAg 9 jiJPaInts suet v RRESGR IPT10 NS cal elul 01mfR 011nd ct tall hOl d yor nht to p Phone No + 64 n a t fir t 1 r ii JJaiwroiJ == arrr LIVE I In The Great Bargains we are Offering During the Christmas I ENJOY obtaining the Many BARGAINS in our line of Dry Goods Hats Boots and Shoes Groceries Hardware Feed and Coal at prices as low as the lowest 20 Ibs Granulated Sugar for 100 ArbuofcJes Coffee lOcts per pound iiHoteI Frith R L COLLIER Propr Located at the Depotggggc BRODHEAD KY COD LIVERY ileet all Trains Day and NightI Traveling Men and Railroad i men SolicitedtWill furnish Lunches for all trains The VerandaHotel JOSEPH COFFEY PROPR Stanford Ky Specially equipped for traveling men Sample room on first floor Bath raojog free to guests RATS 200 per day W M O FranciscoI i Brodbead RysGranite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones ALL WORK FIRSTCLASS- SATISFACTION GIVEN M L MYERS DentistMT KY FUSTCLASSWORK OFFICE In the Krueger new brick PIIQNJt No 73iC C Williams ATTORNEYATLAW LTt VERNON KYiOFFICJL Jrardi floor of The Bank of t4Vemon 55 Church giventPhone No 80 Miller House HUGH MILLER PROPRIETOR J Headquarters for Commercial Men Porter at all trams 1iII1 Insurance of all f kindsCall at the Signal Mf Vernon Thu J McCLARY Undertaker Embctlmer Complete LINE of Caskets Robes dce Order by Telephone attend ed promptly r StarlfordK only j 8 tf jf t MT VERNON DIRECTORY COURT CALENDAR COUNTY COURT Fourth Mon day in each month- QUARTERLY COURT Fiist Monday in each month CIRCUIT COURT Second Mon MondayitemberMT VBRNOW POLICE COURT Third Monday in each month CHURCHES Services at the Christian Church Preach ing lit d Sri Sundays at 11 a m and at 780 p Sunday School830 a m every Sunday Prayer MeetingEvery Thund ay 730 pm The public are cordially invited to attend all services DAVID HAUTSFlELD Paster Presbyterian Helda services on the 4th Sunday morning aud reaing Baptist Church Senrices en the Third Saturday night and Sunday Sunday School at Sam every Sunday Prayer Meeting on Tuesday sights MASONIC 3Ashland Lodge No HO nests 4th Monday 10 A m AMT VERNON R A CHAPTER No 140 MEETS every FOURTH MONDAY- at 2 p m MACCABEES K OT M TENT No 21 meets every lit and 3rd Monday at 730 p m JAS E HOUK Com JJ PING R K r NewFast Train COLORADO UTAH ITHEPACIFIC COAST effect Sunday May 19th IThe new train will leave St Louis a m daily the eveningtrain- to same points 10 io p m daily Through sleeping car service be tween St Louis San Francisco and Northwestern points Only line that does a twice daily Excursion tickets now on sale For further information address K T G Matthews T P A Louisville Ky H C TOWNSEND G nl Pusr- and Tkt AgtSt Louis Mrs George Doan died at Pine Hill Monday of hemorrhage of lungs beingia to the surprise of the oldest inhabi tants the stone is white Congress will soon clean out the Treasury vaults with appropriation blasts 1 rRiCrjand Poor cszShareAIjketY Hollidays XMAS I Santa Glaus We are Headquarters For Everything that heart could wish in the way of Xmas Goods Toys Chinaware etc etc 1 1 Houk Adams Phone 75 MT VERNON KY tra LEVEL GREEN Mr Editor As the weather haz cleared up cold and snowy I feel in better shape over my dead hogsWade Brown and T J Price who comprise the firm ov Price Brown have offered a reward ov 5 cents per rhbbit for all brot in either dead or living fat or lean male or female and as a result on the very next day the boys toted in 99 and on the following day they brot in 101 and so on and so on for a whole week You see the boys and men to turned out en masse with dogs guns and pistols and other implements of war and a part ov the rabbits they shot some they dog caught while others they actually scared to death When 25 dags all bark yelp and hown on a high tenor and 40 boys and men join in the chorus bringing up all the other parts from a low heavy base to a loud soprano interspersedwith the deafuing roar and clatter of shot gun and pistol it is surely enough to frighten scare or even intimidate one more pugnacious or some otber big word than a rabbit One ov the boys was out lo in ammunition clothes and shoe land captured 2- 0rabbitsroobut says he come out ten dollars ahead for he had exactly nineteen dollar in pure fun After resting a few days and giving ing time for the hare tribe to re turn from the woods to the old fields the war will be prosecuted with renewedenergy Alf Owens is the boss trapper of the Holler He sot a trap on Sand Cave Ridge some time since and in the following order he took from that single trapa fox one large cood two gray squirrels 4 rabbits one very large hoot owl and a possum Now who can beat Alf and he a new hand in the business too but he runs it on a scientific system Dr Price and W F Bill De Bord followed a fox track in the snow Saturday 8 hours when they came to the bed his fox hip had left some time on the previous night and thus it was and then it was that they learned that they had been running ran day on a back track 1Now these Nimrods are directed to Alfred Owens for ales son He will teac them on the rscientific route tJ We have been livin on ribs backbones sassage souce rnd shortened biskets for 10 days I ale my last mess of fresh tomatoes Wednesday but I have potatoes turnips beets parsnips and cabbage by the bushel and by the peck I will have a new supply of Natures Own Remedy in a few days and all those suffering from any disease of the mind or body should call in and buy a package It will almost w9rk miraclesTry it and be convinced r Very truly BUCK VARNON I l r SAVED AT GRAVES BRINK 3ttI know I would long ago have been in my grave writes Mrs S H Newsom of Decatur Ala if it had not been for Electric Bitters For three years I suffered untold agony from the worst forms of In digestion Wrterbrash Stomach and Bowel Dyspepsia But this excel offusing can heartily and have gained 35 pounds tJFor Indigestion Loss of Appetite Stomach Liver and Kidney troubles Electric Bitters area positive guaranteed cure Only 5oc at all druggists One pair of twins is not much of a burden tn any family however needy it may be but a second pair proves something of an encumber ance especially if it comes within a year or two after the first FOILS A DEADLY ATTACK My wife was so ill that good physicians were unable to help her writes MM Austin of Win chester Ind but was completely cured by Dr Kings New Life Pills They work wonders in stomach and liver troubles Cure constipation and sick headache 25C at all druggists WEEDSConsumption n weed flourishing best in weak lungs Like other weeds its easily destroyed while when old youngim possible Strengthen the lungs as you would weak land and the disappearThe is porkiis very to digest The time to treat consump tion iswhen you begin trying to hide it from yourself Others see it you wont Dont wait until you cant longerIBegin to take Scotts Emulsion If it isnt really consumption soj much the better you will soon forget it and be better for the treatment IfIt is consump tion you cant expect to be cured at once but if you will begin in time and will be rigidlyregular in your treatment you will win Scotts Emulsion freshair rest all you can eat all you can thats the treatment and thats the best treatn1entt We will send you a little of the Emul sion free re sure that this picture in the form of a label is on the wrapper of every bottle of you buy SCOTT BOVNE Chemists 409 Pearl Sti N Y coc ami tall druggists PM GfofMngv GFofhingr J Come and take a look at the Nice Things Such as Overcoats Suits Pants c Unc derwear fine Shirts Collars Ties and Handkerchiefs io Endless variety EACH Article mentioned in here Woldj make your friend a nice Xmas Present ulA Christmas n m gf23 J i l try In r5 t 7g 8 each pound package of i i i r t NJ r- urr h Ja UltJ rI8kI J t ffom now until Christmas will be found a tree s j gf rye amusin and instructive5o different kinds Get Lion Coffee and a Free Gamel i at Your Grocers Fi jT ij1I oT ITS JUST THIS WAY Theres as much art and skill necessary in the making of good clothes- as pictureThereThe point now is who are good tailors I rtniTakePillslChicago the Ibowci but regular action cannot be secured until the liver secretes eiough bile to make the intestines execute thcsr natural functions Unnatural asitelian caused by cathartics 11 compels continual and increasing doses to I H attain results acts on the liver cures Chills lwd a e and Fever and every form of Bilious Remitting and Inter by going to the seat of the trouble works permanent cure FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE At CIias n63U flITstore jr