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- S; Mil l f JL'Jy J tJIMT? i.U.. r1 1'.. Mt. Vernon. Ky., Mar. 16, 1900 '"" KutrftdattheMt. Vtroi.a, Ky., Pit.eBct tec malt matter ,'jnm t" MASONIC. Ashland Loilje No. 640 mreM 2rd 10 A ru. . ' .j ( '- ' CHURCHES. l Cliriitinn Holds scrvltes 1st Jk3rl Burnley t 11 a. mi. knd ntfi:30p. ui. Prtsliyterian Holds services on the Sunday Daptiit Church Service on the Second Saturday night and Sunday., Suuday School at 9 a ra eVery Sunday. Prayer meeting "on Tuesday nights. ssxzz LOCAL and OTHERWISE. Miss Betdu Martin was 'm town shoppiug last Monday. S. H. Martiti went to Stanford, Monday on business. ' J. J. Williams has had another attack of heart trouble. T. S. Miller, of Lancaster, is here visiting his parents. W. A. Carson was here Monday from Brodhead on business. Curtis Gover, of Crab Oi chard, was hero on business Tuesday. Be sure and read the big "ad" of Houk & Son on the last page. Mr. W. J. Sparks, the all jpund hustler vas in Louisville last week. Mr. B. J. Betlmrum has returned home from Frankfort on Tuesday. Marion Dunham has moved his saw mill to Horse Lick, Jackson county. Bob McFerron has bought Will McNew's saw mill on Rcnfro's creek. Hugh Sam White of Garrard . Ms? ii; rnnntvvjsjiea relatives nere mis 'wctkTSCT t( IliivwlClark and Miss Mattie igAfflCfMSHM.' . . . RflttiMviwcrc married the lirst ot tlie1w5WE 31azer & Co., will soon be "begin operating their saw jCIcar Creek. Jc. C. Williams went to Crab Orchard Moudadj and J. W. Brown to Livingston. Mrs Cleo Hrowu will leave to morrow lor Cincinnati to lay in her 'spring millinery goods. Mrs. Georgia RiceTettirned "day from an extended visit t6' rclai tives in Lcbauotrjuuc'tiou: The House 'defeated the bill to require investment companies to put up $50,000 security," 68 to 22. Dock Stucky and Joe Samb'rook of Livingston, and H, S., Brauna man of Wildic were-here Monday" last. . Ben Childress was fine $2.00 'and cost last Saturday for firing his pistol while-. going from . Sunday school: " Mrs". Sam J&dH Wftk T J L ' Pr i L HJHfiinw flP hM Mt. Vernon Signal ry came up 'last week to Visit her parents aud attend the protracted ineetiug. ""-.- Dr. John Mason Williams rode the stiffhecked goat on taking the third 'degree- in the Mason lodge here Monday. 1 t's Farmer & Powell, of Livingston, made a voluntary assignment Monday last. Samuel' Ward assiguee. Assets $6,000 liabilities about the same, Georgia Rads in Convention assembled Wednesday instructed delegates to push either Taylor or Bradley for the second place on National ticket. r i. TTf T7 iiih ijiiml ! ii rrinrTrw"gi" A. W. Stewart, who was in town Tuesday, says the smallpox cases at Wild!': are much better. For sale, one good work mare or will trade to a cow. Jim Rickles. Joshua Boreing, Sr., has been adjudged -by Judge Walter .Evans, of the Federal Court, to be a bankrupt. W. R. McClure has purchased a lot in the West end of town and will build in the near future. We are glad he has declined the idea of going away. The various Committeemen are requested to report to the County Chairman ot the Goebel Monument Fund by next Wednesday with funds and names 'Squire T. N. Brown will hear the Wilson-Ewell case. Judge Williams refusing to sit. as he has been retained to prosecute Wilson for the murder of Miss Mary Cloyd Dillard McGuire of Clark Ky. died Monday last of smallpox. Mr. McGuire was one of our best citizens and we regret very much to hear of hip sad and unfortunate death. Owing to an increase in the number of pupils at ihe college, it has beeu necessary to put in another teacher, Miss Ida May Adams of this place, who graduated from Caldwell college last June 1ms been tendered the position. Monday seemed to be a day noted for moving. Dr. Pennington moved to his house recently bought of T. J. Cress. Mr. Drye moved to the one vacated by Dr. Pen nine: ton, and Judge Fish where Mr, Drye lived. Thomas Pigg was tried last Sat urday in County Court on the charge of breaking into J. N. Ison's water mill on copper creek and tak ing meal, rue proot snowed mat the young man tore off a plank and went in, openiug the door iromthe inside took out a sack of meal and took it to a hollow log near his house and hid it. He was given 30 days on the rock pile. G. W. Evaiis and Win Evans of Pulaski county came to Mt. Vernon Saturday aud feeling a little bad they went to Crab Orchard to load up; on '.he night train they return ed with pleuty of uieanwhiskey and Sunday morning they attaint ed to take Mt. -Vernon but,, Jailor Griffin and deputy sheriff are always on 'the aljert sppp -ran them t in and they spent v the in jail, On Monday morning they appeared in County Court and caught it in ttie neck to thk tune of $43,50 filie and cost. Through the kiudnsssof their friend Jonn W. Browu they replevied aud went houicfeelmg mighty darn bad but much wiser. Mrs. Mary Pitman, widow of Micajuh Pitman, has a spring on her farm, which, to the knowledge of several neighbors, has been in use for seventy-five years, and was injr ciass 0f sixty or more Visitors always considered about the best jnvited and are specinUy to come water in the county, until about a hear lie latter class at 0J1V timCt it week ago, when it ceased to issue beinR nn extraordinary interesting fourth good, clear, pure water, but ' rather a resemblance of butter milk' . the1 The college collectively and The whole ground around perfectly white, vldually wishes to extend its hearty thanks to the McClary Junior Banc which caused bv a sediment, the for the open air concert Tuesday water contains rindwhlcli. as soon as it comes in contact with the air, afternoon. All ttiose present were becomes so thick it will not flow. h5Shlv PlenSP(l and ch and c,veiy had words of for the new Nrn,f, wlii tn Hrinb it. one praise w waaw .. I-- ......... ..f neither will stock. The sudden Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Purdom drove out to see Mr. Purdom's father near Hickory Grove last Sunday. John Doan sold his farm to Ben Cromer for $200 and bought Will Doan's faim for' $350. Will Doan then bought the Matt DeBord, farm for $860. Joshua Wilson, J. M. and M. G. Reynolds and A. S. Acton, of Beelick were in town Wednesday. Wilson and J. M Reynolds executed bond as executors of Uucle Jesse Reynolds. . , The protracted meeting, which, is in progress at the Baptist church conducted; by the Rev. Dr. Baker, is the best we have had in our little town in many a day.- 'It is a pleasure to every one 10 sit and listen to Dr. Baker as, he expounds the di vine word. W. P. Prewitt, died Friday nieht at his koine near Bloss. of consumption. He was hurried Sunday at Line Creek church. In young Mr. Prewitt was found e.veiy thing that goes to make up a a perfect gentlemen and. we can truthfully say that in his death Rockcastle lost one ot her noblest and bes. sons. NEVER, IS A LONG TIME. Nevertheless, we never knew the time When money bought so much from us -as now. Some say times are hard so is a cake of ice, but you can melt it. We have just returned from the cities where we bought a complete stock of every thing new and novel, from ''goose yokes to threshing machines so to speak". We don't claim the earth, but we do claim to show the laigest, hand somest and most varied assortment of general merchandise ever shown by one single store in Mt. Vernon, at prices that must make 011 r competitors stare in open-mouth 'wonder. Give Yourself a treat by look ing over our stock and getting prices' U. G. Baker. COLLEGE NOTES. The beautiful weather has not brought about Spring fever so far. When the children are on the play ground they enter into the games with all their souls, and when they go to their respective rooms of study, .they get down to work-with ihe same degree of earnestness. .uWeare now passing thro an epidemic of mumps, many of the pite" were absent last week, some "are yet unable to return to their du ties Some malicious or careless person or persons shot thro one of the windows of the college building Monday night, totally destroying two of the large window glasses. A welcome addition to the faculty has been made in the person of Miss Ida May Adams, who will have charge of several of the Intermediate classes. We have several classes remark able for numbers. The jate Hl3tory nd Geography each rnn5.;st of about fiftv. and the spell- a band. and uuaccouutab'e change which. The music department 'has nev has taken place, has caused a great er been better!than now.' It would excite.nent to the people who livefibe,hard To find students more in in th surrounding neighborhood; love with their wotkor doing more , 1 nit V ' " conscientious work than our four music classes are at present. The Philomathian Society is gaining a deserved reputation for energy and progressiveness. The constitution and by-laws are up-to-date, the. officers unselfish, diligent and in earnest, and the members wide-a-wake and loyal to their duties. The Society meets every Friday night and carries out its usual program of recitations, reading, and debates, bringing in now and then a piece of music to break the monotony of the occasion. The school is progressing nicely and the faculty, as a whole, are well pleased. LIVINGSTON. F. L. Thompson, the noted drummer, was in town last week. Tom Stewart, of Wildie, was here the first of the week looking after business. Bill Payne has been employed to hold the lever down at Bowman & Cockrell's saw mill. The few pretty days started .the carpenters to work. J. S. Calo-way's foundation foi his business house is being Ihid. John Williams and W. S. Cummins are erecting a cottage on Smith street. Mrs. R. B Mullins was here to see her nephew, John Poynter, who was hurt by the train. H. J. Mullins was here Saturday on his wav home from Hazel Patch where he is engaged in business. Jas. Taylor has rented out his property in North Livingston aud moved in with Marshal Owens. Dispatcher Moore is putting tile- ing around his house which will add greatly to its value. Steve Owens is moving back to his home from Laurel county where he has been running a saw mill. Bill Tubbs has been confined to his room for several davs with mumps. several new cases in town. Jake Ponder and Miss Vernie Bullock, the pietty daughter of Major Bullock, was united in matrimony by Rev. Mobley. James Kash went to Frankfort yesterday. Harry Magee has taken rooms with his father-in-law, Capt. Bently A couple of out nice young men got into a little row at the lettered rock last Sunday which ended in a bloody mouth and a swollen fist. W. H. Cottengim has obtained a position in the Ward & Magee store. Mrs. W. R. Ward and Mrs. Sal-lie Magee are on the sick list this week. Reports are that John Farmer has sold his store to Mr. Sam Ward who takes possession today. Johh Poynter, son of Joe Poynter had his toes mashed off while trying to catch the train last Sunday morning. Drs. Cooper and Pettus were called and amputated his foot near the qnkle, The little fellow is doing well. Editor Smith is building a printing office. Mi. Llewellyn, who used to be '" teacher of this county, but is now practiceing law at Mckee, Ky. is building himself a uice law office, and progressing nicely with his new profession. Insurance of all Gall at the bighal r y(2- lHllUO ofliee, Mt. Vernon, - V - JM SiflH .. m rllHH 'tSjXXMwri ws i4yjMfr WC A t I AIMHiaH PERFECT TEETH Are the result of a perfect physical system. Our knowledge of the conditions which produce good teeth enables us to put your teeth in the best condition. We treat the nerves and muscles, and advise you 'hb'w to care for your healt with a view to giving you perfect " teeth. We do Yareful, gentle 'work! Lasting in its results and moderate in the cost. ' Teeth extracted 25 cents. Finest alloy fills 75 cents. Fine gold fills $1.50. A good set of teeth $5. All other work at reasonable prices. Write for or call on DR. HOBSON for atiy other information. Office Groiiud floor, next-door to government ouilding, in Hobson building, Richmond, Ky... COURT CALENDAR. County Court. Fourth day in each month. OuARTERiY Court. Fiist Men k day in January, April, July and October. ( Circuit' Court. Second Mpn day in February, Fourth Monday in May and Third Monday in Sep tcmber. ' l ; Mt Vernon Police Court; Third Monday in each' uiotflh.'. P. A. Pennington, IP. D. S.; M. D DENTST, N W Cor. Thirdjand ClaesttuU Sts. LOUISVILLE. KY. Will be at Miller House, Mt Vernon during all Circuit Courts. 1 ''' - - C. C. WILLIAMS, Wit. Uernn Ky. KuOffice on 2nd floor of new brick on Church street. Speciat attention given to collections. G. W. Mcci.ure. J. W. Brown. McCLURE & BROWN Attorney Mt. Vernon, Ky. All business entrusted to our care will receive prompt attention. Office on Main street 3943- ST- NATIONAL BANK, of LONDON, KY. Capital 50,000 Surplus 10,000. V. BOREING. M. HOPE, President, Vice-President.' R. M. JACKSON. Cashier. WE WANT YOUR 11USINES5. '' ' miHMHIWIIJ.IiM.i'HM to. A. CARSON Painter and Paper Hanger Brodhead, Kentucky. All'work first-class and 'teed to give satisfaction. r i tStiV s ' t i A r J t Jr " "V r . . r r , ( "sssar3a"