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I I Mt Yernon Signal
j MT VEIIN3N KY JAN 5 1900
MtKvfJAN
Entered at the Mt Vern af Ky Postoffice as sec
IElIteredattbe
onoclass mail matter
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I LouisviLtc NASHVILLE R It Co I
If N LOCAL TIME CARD
May Mail NorthII05 a m
Bay Mail South 157 p in
Night Ex North 132 a in
V Night Exv South 144 am
J A LANDRUM Agent
MASONIC
Ashland Lodge No 640 meets 2rd Mon
day 10 A m
CHURCHES
Christian Holds services 1st 3r 1 Sunday
at 11 am nndat630 p in
PresbyterianHolds services on the 4th
Sunday
Baptist Church Services on the Second
Saturday night and Sunday Suuday
School at 9 a in every Sunday Prayer
meeting on Tuesday nights
LOCAL and OTHERWISE
Joseph Craig was in town on
Tuesday
TuesdayJ
J T Stephens and A C Sow
der were here Monday
Miss Berda Martin visited Mrs
Cleo Brown this week
I
R L Joplin ot Wilmore spent
Xmas with homiefolks
Miss Ottie Brown is visiting
her aunt Mrs Walt Smith
J C Ryniel and H C Jones
jwcre in town Wednesday
C C Williams is in Frankfort
this week on legal business
Miss Ella Shelton of Rowland
I
1 is visiting Mrs C C Davis
Joshua Boreing Jr returned
from Nashville Wednesday
Hiram Fish while in town
Wednesday paid us a substantial
callJames
James Mullins was here Thurs
day from Withers and called in to
seeus
E B Brown L N brakeman
is spending thisweek with home
folks
I folksDB
DB Chandler of Wabd left his
name with us Thursday for the
I SIGNAL
SIGNALW
W M Hysinger bought two
6yearold mules from Marshal
Smith for 90
Mrs Cleo Biown and Miss Ber
da Martin pnid this office a very
pleasant call Thursday
David Holman of Crab Orchard
was the guest of Mr and Mrs Solo
mon Riddle on Sunday last
Will Whitaker who had ty
phoid fever and then a relapse is
very low and not expected to live
Hairy Blazer and Miss Stella
Kleine were married last night full
particulars will be given next week
Dr John M Williams is in
Louisville this week looking after
a suitable place to locate
For fire life and accident in
1 surance call at the SIGNAL office
E S ALBRIGHT Agent
Your subscription to the SIGNAL
is now due Dont wait Pro
crastination is the thief of time
I
Dr Jim Sams returned to Louis 1
ville the first of the week to per
sue his studies in the Medical Colj
fr legeJohn j
John Fortune and Joe Adams j
were over from Madison the first i
firstI
of the week to see their uncles Dr
I
and W A B Davis
DavIsI
I Miss Mary D Cox music teach
er in the College here spent last
week with her parents in Danville I
hiust
Just before going to press the
news coins to us of the marriage
of Rev Ira vI Boswell and Miss
Lucie Cross Mimms of Meridian I i
Miss
i
FOR SALE One town lot Call
i on Ap Taylor Mt Vernon Ky
Willie Hysingei and Geo Mul
ins on a threedays hunt last week
killed 100 birds and 105 rabbits
Weddings have been more nu
merous for the past two weeks
than C O D jugs at the depot
Miss Ella Joplin will have charge
of the primary department at the I
Collegiate Institute for the next
nextjI
Hereafter this paper will charge
for Obituary Notices Resolutions
of Respect etc exceeding ten
lines 5cts per line
Mr and Mrs Dock Stucky of
Livingston attended the C E Con
vention which was held here last
I Saturday and Sunday
Willie Pike and Miss Sarah
Winkler were married at Brodhearl
last Tuesday Bro A J Pike
proformed the Ceremony
We extend thanks lor past favors
and hope for continuance in the
future A happy New Year to all
J2t C C DAVIS Co
Dr E J Brown and W F
Elkins of Stanford attended the
oyster supper given by the Macca
bees at Livingston Monday night
Maranda the handsome lit tIe
daughter of John McKinzie was
one of the new students who en
tered the College Monday last
Harry Bowman of the firm of
Bowman and Cockrell the hust
ling merchants and plaining mill
men of Livingston was in town
Tues a
TuesdaLouis
Louis Jones stopped off Tues
day on his way to the Louisville
Medical College to see his grand
parents Mr and Mrs J J ViI
liamsMessrs
Messrs Willie and Charley
Henderson of Mt Vernon have
been visiting relatives in this city
for the past weekSomerset
Home Journal
Hon B J Bethurum and fami
ly left Saturday f or Frankfort Mr
Bethuruins family will remain
with him during the session of the
Legislature
LegislatureFor
For insurance of any kind fire
life oraccident only the very best
companies in the United States
represented Call on E S Albright
bright agent at SIGNAL office
J T Gentry and Miss Ida Ping
of Pulask1 county were married
Xmas night at the home of the
grooms parents Mr and Mrs H C
Gentry Bro J C Carmical of
ficiating
Egbert Griffin and Miss Laura
Cummins the handsome daughter
of Mr and Mrs M C Cummins
of Maretburg were united in iratri
mony Wednesday at the home of
I the brides parents Bio A J Pike
proformed the ceremony
I
Judg R G Williams Mrs Cleo
Brown Miss Berda Martin and Mr
and Mrs J W Brown are the
number from this place who the
pleasure of partaking of the ele
gant Newyears dinner which was
so carefully prepared at the Rives
Mansion Hotel After having de
voured a halfdozen or more turkeys
and other things in proportion the
Lrowd repaired to the large parlor
where they exchanged the comple
ment of the day and awaited the
I duties of assimilation to proform its
work that they might be in good
trim for the glorious time which
was to follow
I About 8 oclock the good news
was told that every thing was
ready The crowd led by that
most affable and courtious man
intolthe
the large dinning room where to I
the time of some old familial strain
was hit the light fantastic step till
call dawn the next morning
Ifhe following is a list of the
pupils at the College who for the i
month December deserve special
mention for their punctuality de
portment and class standing
Annie Thompson Aveiage 96
96IAlz
Fannie Sparks C 94
i Ernest Ewers j 94
Msttie BaLerL 03
Mnrgie McClrry 1 93
Rise Williams 93
I A stray heifermuleyNo
marks on her to be found owner
can have same by paying damages
Call on George W Cope on Grif
fin s branch between Pine Hill and
Livingston
Bob Owens a son of Squire
Bill Owens who left here several
years ago for the West but is now
located at Salem Ind has re
turned jon a visit to his friends and i
relatives
Prof W S Hal of Somerset
and J N Brown ot Level Green
will open a school at Level Green I
Academy January 8thAll
branches from Orthography to
Latin will be taught Board and
tuition cheap
IAll
All persons indebted to me
either by note or account will
please call and settle same by the
first of the year I need the money
and hope you will heed to this re
quest withput further notice and
oblige JONAS McKENZIE
Ashland Lodge F and A l1
No 640 elected for 1900 the fol
lowing officers
Willis Griffin W ilL U G
Baker S W E B Cox J W
James G Garter Secretary Henry
Brannaman Treasurer Geo S
Griffin wasappointed S Dt and
Dr M Pennington J D
Since our last issue J H And
erson was fined in the COunly
Court for breach ot the peace
250 also i for being drunk Geo
Hialt anclSid Asbell 100 each for
drunkenness Roy Mullins Isaac
Stewart and John Thomas Durham
20 each and cost for disturbing
religious worship James Frith
250 for faing to work the county
road Tom Parsons 100 for be
ing drunk
In Tuesdays issue of the Inte
rior Journal appeared the picture
and a short sketch of the lifeof
the Rev R B Mahoney The
high compliment paid this most
courteous gentleman is nothing
more than what he justly deserves
and something we are exceedingly
glad to see Nothing hut words of
commendation for him can fall
from the lips ot any one who
knows him well I
It is a fact that no other article
manufactured jn the United States J
give such universal satisfaction
as Magc Yeast Gth r kinds of
yeast may be good some of the
time but Magic Yeast is good all
the time and you take no chance
of losing your flour when you use
Magic Yeast according to direct
ions printed on every 5ccnt pack
age Northwestern Yeast Co
889 North Ashland Ave Chi
cago it
POSSUM HOLLER
Lejscl Green
Vell thingsdo change and times
and people change with them but
THE SIGNAL still runs From
the first number issued in 1888 1
have been a constant reader and
I with Maret Smith and then Mar t
at the helm we had a bright clean
newsy little paper and it is to be
hoped that as such it will con
tinue So in advance Ed heres
I to you
I I ahi somewhat of a stranger in
Possum Holler it this time myself
having just returned after a five
months sojourn from the ancient
city of Crab Orchard a place that
will never be forgotten vhile that
great apostle of Democracy F F
Bobbitt lives and if he survives
our recent set back he may live to
bea hundrec
Betsy my ole woman with
whom rye had so many ups and
downs over lifes uneven ways
for a third ot a century hardly
i looked natural my possum dogs
voice seemed somewhat shattered
and my oust happy dimocrat na
bors all wore long and saddened
countenances and they didnt i
ni iet me on my return with that
I warm grasp and pleasant smile so
usual neither did my favorite
rooster crow so loud and cheerful
Now I tell you mister editor some
l
thing has went rong radically roig
but we air often doomed to sad
iU tPOi 1 el1tSif ole father Job
I J
I said Man that is bornov woman
is ov but few days and full ov
trouble and I never read ov but
one man living or cead that was
not born of woman Adam and
he didnt always have smooth sail
in accordin to the Scriptures But
I have ofen thot we could live as
well and have fewer troubles if we
had smaller politix but somehow i
we will sailor drift the way our
I faces are first sot by the fathers
Well Christmas fully come and
we Betsy and me air bizzy act
ing as Santa Clause for the grand
children having no little ones of
our own and how it does gratify
me to please the little fellows with
a well filled stocking of < good
thingsUncle
IUnclc Bill is yet living but is
badly Gobelize while Dr Price
has been completely Taylored but
offers to bet his best fox bonn
old Drum that Goebel will be
Governor of Kentucky before the
ribiri of the sap
We air expecting time when
the Legislature meets and ballotin
for U S Senator is begun We
do hope they will elect a Senator
and then quarrel if quarrel they
must among tjiemselves other
wise they may lose out on that
point Yesterday I heard one man
say Goebel will protest the elect
ion Another said he has test
ed the election Now which was
righr do you know I
I have just eaten my Xmas din I
ner and landsakes at the good
things we did have Betsy knows
just how to make a Christmas din
r ner even if she is a trifle old
Now wishing you a merry Xmas
a happy Noo Year and a long and
useful lifeam
I am very truly
trulyBUCK
BUCK VARNON
V n
1 Hams Rpbt Cox Elmer Hansel
Judge R G Williams Jason
Wesley W H Pettus and E S
Albrif lit Mrs Mae Rider in her
pleasant and fascinating manner
assisted in entertaining
The SIGNAL received a postal
from DrM Pennington Wednes
day stating that he had arrived
safely at his destination and would
soon be ready to get down to hard
studying The Doctor has gone
to Louisville to take a postgradu
ate course in surgery
Hugh Miller our most accom
modating hotel man gave a re iI
ception on Xmas night in honor of
the three newly married couples
Mr and Mrs C C Davis Mr
and Mrs SN Davis and Mr and
Mr M F McClary which was in
every sense of the word one of the
most enjoyable times spent by the
young people of our little town j
during the Holidays The lefresh
ments which were so carefully pre
pared by his most excellent preI
assisted by Mrs J B Fish were
of the most enticing nature and
added greatly to the enjoyment of
the occasion The following is a
list of those who attended Mr
and Mrs C C Davi Mr and Mrs
S NV Davis Mr and Mrs W F
McClary Misses Anna and Susie
sieI I
Houk Georgie McFerron Mattie
Williams Ella Joplin Mrs Georgie
Rice Mrs Cleo Brown E B Cox
R L Joplin Dr John M Wil
Chapped hands cracked lips and
roughness of the skin cured quickly
hy Banner Salve most healing
ointment in the world C C
Davis Co Mt Vernon Dr
Clark Brodhead Plagan Bros Liv
ingston
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I MR AND MRS C C DAVIS
Charley and Alza Logan Sim
and Sister went to Jefferson
ville last night where they were i
married this morning was the fast
flying report of Saturday Dec 23
which proved true for Charley
telegraphed his mother as soon as
the ceremony was over and they
returned to Louisville
Miss Alza Logan Brown went
down to Livingston on the day be
fore on a visit to her friend Mrs
Mat Ballard but the visit proved
of short duration for she was to
take the midnight train at that
point for Louisville and at Mt
Vernon she was to be joined by
Charley Sim and Sister JJ Ar
riving in Louisville they proceed
across the river to Jefferson ville
I where they procured the proper j
credentials and were soon united I
After a days stay in the city they
returned here where they will
make their future homes There I
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cannot be found two finer or becter j
boys than Charley and Sim Davis
In 1895 Charley began teaching
school when he readily secured a
i firstclass certificate getting the
I highest grade in the examination
He taught with great success for
three veers after which he pur
chased an interest in his fathers
drug store He is making a splen j
did druggist filling prescriptions I
with accuracy and waiting upon j
his customers with poli ness and J
promptness He was a valued I
member of the Salmagundi Club
being one of its charter members i j
He is popular with the men worn i
en arid children a singer by nat
tire and a Sunday School attendant
by training Mis Davis is the
daughter of the late J J Brown
and is recognized as one oftle
prettiest girls m > this or aii0th r
r
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2 1tjr
counly The above picture is aI
poor likeness of them
Simeon N Davis has been teach
i
ing school for six years a member
of the firm of Davis Son the
Deputy county Surveyor a musi
I
I cian a negro minstrel within him
self a house carpenter and a gen
I era utility young man who will
j make a model husband because we
know he was one of the most de
I voted sons to his mother we ever
saw His wife is the daughter of
Judge and Mrs McClure She is
blessed with as sweet a voice as we
IIblessed
have ever heard a composer of
I music and one of the most lovable
toE young women They have I
I gone to housekeeping in the love
ly cottage built by Sim on New
combs avenue last summer Let us
congratulates you boys for
you have done well You begin
life with promise and with our
hearts best wishes We have
tooted our horns together fished
together serenaded with the harp
violin guitar and mandolin at
midnights holy hours to awake
our sweethearts from their peaceful
slumbers How often we have
tramped these streets at the wee
small hours singing In the shad
ows of the pine U Sweet bunch
of daisies JJIn the evening by
the moonlight and madelove to
each other God bless you both
May you live always grow rich in
purse make Sister and Ala
happy and may your homes be full
of sunshine goodfellowships and
unbounded cheer is the wish of
your friend THE SIGNAL
j The Board of Supervisors began
ITheRoald
their task of overhauling the As
i sesspr s b o < ok s Mp n d ay rapt riin g
i ji < y 0
BRODHEAD
I Our citizens are putting up an
abundance of nee
The citizens of Brodhead gave
Bro Hen ricks n a good pounding <
Thursday night with coffee sugar
flour c
John Tyler Sowder was here
Wednesday
ell1esdayWilEs
Willis King was here Wednes
day
Joseph Howard died at Meulen
burg this State and was buried at
this pi ace His family will move
back to Brodhead
Mrs Elizabeth Haggard died
at her home Sunday K with heart
trouble She leaves one daughter
Mrs Ori Durham
Editor A lbright was down from
Mt Vernon Monday
Manly Albright is visiting rela
tives at Millersburg Ky
A J Pike is in Mt Vernon this
week as one of the tax SUp IVis
ors
J Thomas Cherry was in lft
Vernon last week
W A Carson is helping to in
voice the goods of MartinProfh
eloe Co this week
O F Hamm and Miss Mollie
Sayers and Madison Brown and
Miss Cora Williams were mairied
at the residence of Rev Martir
Owens on Thursday Mr Hamin
is the Constable of this disirict
and has more friends than any
one in these parts while MfSs
Mollie is the beautiful daughter
of W B Sayres and the leading
belle of the neighborhood Mr
Brown is also a deserving young
man while Miss Cora is the
j daughter of John H Williams
and being sweet sixteen is lovely
and beautiful These two gentle
neil are to be highly congratulated
on securing such helpniates
sfAt
LooKTop prices paid foi fur s
game eggs poultry hides feath
ers and all kinds of I country pro 0
duce A E ALBRIGHT BRO
Cincinnati Ohio
Reference Second National Bank
II Cincinnati First National Bank
Stanford Ky Curry Tunis Nor
wood Lexinton Ky
1
J A Lambert of Rachel N C
writes I heartily endorse Ifoleys
0 Kidpey Cure It does what you
claim it will do and there is noth
ing equal to it and I think you for
the good it has done me C C
Davis Co Mt Vernon Dr
Clak Brodhead Hagan Bros
Livingston
Land Stock Crop
N J Power last week sold to
Robert Marshal 32 2 year old steers
weighing about 1000 pounds at
4 per TOO Harvey Berry for
Gentry Bros last week bought of
J C Hurst 24 2 yearold mules
supposed to be atSo each L D
Young of Nicholas cointy last
week bought of J C Rankins 6
heifers at 3 40 per hundred and of
J D Faris 8 at the same price
flemingsburg Times Democrat
P A Pennington D D S M D
DENTST
N W Cor Third and Chestnut Sts
LOUISVILLE KY
Will be at Miller Hous lt
Vernon during all Circuit Courts
G W MCCIURE J W BROWN
McCLURE BROWNL
Attorney s at > I a w
vrrVERNoN KY
All business entrusted to our care
will receive prompt attention
i Office on Main street
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C C WI LLIAMS
I Att rne atLw
atLwNit
t Mt j h1 Ky 1
nSLQffice on 2iid floor o ft
brick on < Church trceG < S Bi b
attention given to coHectiojis
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