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ORDER OF COURT
CALT4TERM ROCKCASTLE COUN
TY COURT SEPT 21 1900
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k VhereaS twenty per cent of the
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Jegal voters of Rockcnstle count
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hath made application by t + riiteu
petition tome Judge of the Rock
castle County Court to order an
election to be1 held on thcj 6th day
of November 1900 0 at the va
rious voting places in said county
for the purpose ot taking the cei > se
of the voters of said county as lo
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whether jfti pr not they desire an ap
pre priatiotl of thirty thousand Col
lars 30000 to be secured Thy
selling Bonds of the county to be
payable at the option of the county
at any time within twenty = fine
yejirs from date of their issue and
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v to bear a rate of interest not great
sir th n four per cent per annum
horn date until paid atd not to be
soldat a price less than tljetr pi
value for the purpose 6f raising
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1 riipney to build and maintain turn
pikes and graver roads in Rock
castle county Said bonds to be I
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piidas well as their interest by
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V ± means otlevying a tax of n tto ex
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ceed 15 cents on each hundred dol
lars worth of taxable 2 R property ill
said county each year until the
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same are paid
Said election is now ordered to
be held at ttte next regular elect
ion which is on the 6th davof
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iNQyember 1900 arv
X The Sheriff oftitl county is
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Hereby ordered and directed 0to
opec a pollat each andalltbe
voting places of the county afoie
countyafore
said for the purpose of taking the
> sense of the voters on said question
The Sheriff of saidcounty will
causeto be published itiThe
Kentucky Colonel and THE MT
VERNON SIGN lr two weekly
newspapers publishecLandy baying
general circulation in said county
a copy of thin order for at least
TQU weeks prior to the day of said
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electiGiven
Given under my liand this the 21
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day of September 1900
R G WILLIAMS
Judge Rockcastle County CpurL
Acopy attest <
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M C MILLER Clerk
By J J Cook Deputy Clerk
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iNI KINLEY CAMPAIGN OF
DENIAL
Thecampaign of ihe Republicans
twill go down into history as the
Ifampaign of denial William Jvlc
Willia1l1McKinl
Kinley is at the bar of public opin
iph charOedwith grave crimes
committed in the guise of duty
and under the alleged inspiration of
destiny The worlds history
is filled with the crimes of deMiny
but no despot has had the assurance
to masquerade inthe cloak of duty
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McKinley and his cabal have not
even the courage of their convic
lions to win them followers
They have been accused of im
perialisil They deny it
They have been accused of mili
miliI j
They have been accusedof foster
ing the trusts They deny it
T eveti go fin ther and deny the
trusts
The plea ofnot guilty has
Been entered again Escape from
responsibility is apparently the only
hope of Hanna and his coconspira
tors for the consequences of the
indiscretions to which they have
forced their presidential puppet
i The indictment is too straight to I
be dashed the evidence too cleat to
be doubted it the people declare
for McKinley it will be because
the believe in imperialism trusts
and militarism with their accom
parrying c duty anddestiny treacle
President McKinley says there s
no such thing as imperialism injthis
country Everybody who thinks
know better Imperialism means
the government of others without
their cor sent leKinley is gov
lerning Porto Rico today without
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the consent and against fate will of
the Porto Ricans Thi is imperi
alismHe is trying to govern the
Filipinos by military force This
is IF ptrialism McKinley < yS
Han < ha sneers atiimiitaWsmiin lr
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HO ME MARKETS
Corrected each week by Houk
8 Son Mt Vernon Ky
Arbuckles Coffee I5C
Lion Coffee 14c
Green Coffee 140 to I5C
Flour No i per barrel 450
Belle of Lincoln per brl 425 I
Daisyflour per barrel 4 ° o
Labelle flour 455
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Star Soap 3 cat cs x ice
r Rice NoI per Ib 76C
Granulated Star per Ib 7Nc
Zxtra Light Brown Sugar lb 64 c y
Sprup Caramel gal bucket 350 0
Sorghum best homemade gal 4oc
f Shipstuff per hundred QOC
Calico all the best brands 5C
t Calico all cheap grades 5C under
Can goods 87ic
Clothing suits 75C to 1500
Lard IOC in small lots bets in J
50 lb lots or more
Northern seed oats none on hand
Millet hay on hand x
Eggs per dozI I 1
Feathers per lh f 40 J
I Cattle extra shippers 475 to 5 00 i
Cattle common 2 75 to 400
Hogs best heavies 505
Hogs medium 495
440Y
Y Sheep extra good 425 10 445
Sheep common 300 to 375
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1898 the regular army was limited
to 25000 men In point of fact it
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was not so large Today the army
Iwas
I numbers 100000 In 1898 the
army cost about 2 3oooooo annu
alt ytbe cost of the army this year
is 135000000 But we are told
that there are not soldieis enough
What does this great increase in
two years mean if not militarism
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Hanna says there are no trusts
He lies and fie knows he lies
He is at this very moment dicker
ing with a gigantic trust to stop
the coal strike to save his puppets
at Washington He hnnselt is in
control of the Bessemer Ore Pro
ducers Association one of the r
most iniquitous of trusts which
has succededin doubling the price
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ot Bessemer ore since 1898
The campaign of denial does
not deny tHs attempted evasion
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lis simply a corfessibn of weak
ness Boston Traveler
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IT HAPPENED IN A DRUG STORE
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One day last jtera lady came
to my drug store and asked for a
brand of cough medicine that I did
not have instotkjlsays MrC R
Grandin the popular druggist ot
Ontario N Y She was disap
pointed and wanted to know what
cough preparation I could recom
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meld I said to her that I could
freely recommend s Chamberlains
Cough Remedy and that she could
take a bottle of the remedy and
after giving it a fair trial if she did
not find it worth the bogey to
bring back the bottle and I would
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refund the price paidIn the
course ota day or tow the lady
came back in company with a friend I
in need of a cough medicine and
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advised her to buy a bottle of
Chamberlains Cough Remedy I
consider that a very good reconV
mendation for the remedy The
remedy owes its great popularity
and extensive sale riii a large
meaure to the personal recommncla
Lion of people who have been cured
by its use jt isfor sale be Theo
Wesley Druggist > < >
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For sprains swellings and lame
ness there is nothing sp good as
ChainberlainsPain Balm Try 1t
For sal by rrfi DruggistY
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COURT CALENDAR
COUNTY COURT Fourth Mox
day in each month
QUARTERLY COURT Fust Mon
I day in January April July and
I OctoberCIRCUIT
CIRCUIT COURT Second Mon
day in February Fourth Monday
in May and Third Monday in Sep
tember
temberMT
MT VERNON POLICE COURT
Third Monday in each month
P A PennIngton 0 D S M D
DENTST
N W Cor Third and Chestnut Sts
LOUISVILLE KY
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Will be at Miller HouseMt
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IG W MCCIURE J W BROWN
McCLURE BROWN
I ttorneys atL w
MT VERNON KY
All business entrusted to our care
carei
will receive prompt attention I
Office room No8 in the old Brick
Hotel
C C WILLIAMS
Aottrnevat Law
I AottrneyatLawi Vernon Ky
B6k > Office on 2nd floor of new
brick on Church street Specia
attention given to collections
R WILLIAMS
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MT VERNON KY
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R L BROW
ATTORNEYATLAW
MT VERNON KEFTUCKY
Special attention given to col
lections
82 FRANKLIN
Mt Vernon Ky
Clock and Watch Repairing Spec
tacles Repaired Gold and Silver
Soldering NeatlyDone
The eyes tested and glasses fitted
by scientific methods Can fur
riishvglasses properly flitted from
150 to 600 Watch cases chains
jewelry of all kinds plated with
gold or silver and made to look
like new All work < cash no credit
> AlI for > uarant d + 5
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R A JON ES
DENTIST
STANFORD KY
Phone No 437 > K V
Office over Higgins McKenney s
Store
MACK ESTES
Carpenter and
Cabinet Maker
Mt Vernon Ky
Mantles and Hatracks a
F ii specialty
The Veranda
Hotel
JOSEPH COFFEY PROPR
Stanford Ky
j Specially equipped for traveling
i men Sample room on first floor
I Bath rooms free to guests x
RATES 200 per day
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iI Insurance of all
i klnds O Hat the Signal
Yflsoffice Mt Vernon
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Painter and
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I Brodhead Kentucky
All wbrkjfirstclass and guaran
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I MTVERNON
ILIME COMPANY
Manufacturers
Manufacturersof
of Lime and brick
I They also t furnish Lime Bull jng
Stone rough quarry faee or cut
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BANK
OP LONDON KY
apit a1 50000
Surplus i5poo c
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V BOR SING M HOPEr
President VicePresident
5 R M JACKSON
Cashier
WB WANT YOUR BUSINESS
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Miller House
HUGH MILLER PROPR
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Head uar berg for
Commercial Men
pPofter at all trains g
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Located at Jthe Depot goS 5
Bpdhead Ry >
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Meet all Trains Day and Night
traveling Men and Railroad <
men Solicited Will fiip
unches for all trains
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