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1 J h - .& UJUMtaHUMKClM IH Vernon-Signal iLOUISVLtt 4NtHVILLtn.n.Co. I u 1 I ?MjgVKk.voi. Ky ,ifloi. T I TIME table - 24-. north... 11.05 a i '26 north . 1:31 a in 1:57 p ip asSouth ., .it' 1:45 a m Tah. Ia?duum, Agent. Soured nttho ktt. Vcrnkd, Kjr., ai mall matter 9 MASONIC Ashland Lodge Mo. (MO mueii 2nd Satur-tiny, lu A in. jrtrilT .VnitNON U A. CtUl'mit, Xo. i'4t. Minrrs every fourth jion1ay jit 'I p. 11I. CHURCWEO. Chnmlau II0M11 winces 1st &.')r 1 Sundaj at It a.m. aud nt 6:30 p. iu. - Prcbyterlau Holds sorvlccs on the 2nd And 4th dundayiiidriiliiR and evening. Baptist Cluirch Service! on the Second Saturday ntJjHt and Sunday. Sunday School nt 9 a in every Sunday. Prayer meeting on Tuesday nights. 'PERSONALS JJMrs. Luther Mullins is better, t , W. C. Mullins.was here Wednes-' day. t IJnFvvV.nBiauamau wasjherc yesterday, " Miss Emma Pcuningtou is im proving . r'J Walter Turpen is gradually mi- proving. "'. r ,' Mrs. J. J Wood is reported ser- if iously ill." ' t CC Williams went to Louisville ,. r lnMf. 7 .."""11, 4 ycsieruay Wft.Tr Crawford, was her6 from Kingston today. ? Mrs.G'W. McCIure continues a bou tlic same. VL A.Wood, the Oilando k chant, was here yesterday. 1 A Snanribn McKiuney and "Parson" Hockbr'were here Monday- , ' M--1--. 1ftl.il t 1 1 Tit uunncy wuiieuuai; uuu mu ,. v" Hackney came home Tuesday to 7 Mr. and Mrs. M. T , DeBorde are ;V visiting Mr. aud Mrs. Dave Hend-Jerson. Mrs. Wilmoth Poyntcr Visited her sister, Mrs. Dick Cummins Suuday. W. M.- Hayes, of Wildie, was here Wednesday on important,- business. The Rev. Stiunet, of the Methodist church, preached1 at the Presbyterian church Suuday. T6I111 McKeuzie, of Rowland, wasjiip Saturday, to.attcikl the bur- " riaVof his-brother Jonas' baby. Dr. Lovell says, Eugene, the oldest son of Mr. aud Mrs. G. W. Gentry Jr., is very seriously, ill. Mr. H. R. Fish will, in the near future move to his farm, which he ' purchased from W. F. McClary. , ' John H. Fish writes us from Uniontown Penu. that he has been ' changed from that place to Oliver, Penu. W. R. McCIure has rented from u Jonas McKeuzie, his;fojni,' known asS.the'Jas. I. White, farmland has .moved to, it. W. H. Brown, of Walnut Grove, moyed into the house belonging to SanT Pennington in the Western part of town. The Rev. Hartsfield preach at , 4 Wildie Saturday night,' returning , here Sunday to fill his . 4 men I. sat this place. . s Mesdames H. R. Fish, G. B. iawrence, G. C. Fish, and Misses Grace. Cox and Eva JPish paid this fficc a very pleasant call Saturday, $$ Mrs. J. D. Hardy, of Calera Alaf, 'v'who ha's been visitiug her Son F. V'il.Ba'rdy left Monday for her 'iltome. She was accompanied as faras Dauville by Mr. and Mrs. Hardy. Mr. J. W. ,Strhiger, who bought Squire John Elders farm near Quail, was here yesterday having his deed recorded. Mr. Stringer has moved to hi's icw home aud Squire Elder has taken tin his nbode in Lincoln, ?, aji)SMJixMivkei&$MmHiurmMmxnBUiM&mmititikiiiwmn Walter Saunders is in town to Box Sm'rkit. There will be - A special programme has been" day' '" ,"1' given a box flipper at the church arranged by the members of the lit- Mi.;ses DovcB Letcher', Minnie at Maretburg, Saturday night, erary society, which will be carried Mitchell, "Amife and Susie Thomp- Nov, iG. Every one is cordially out at the College to-night. on, ivercgueof Mrs. John S. invited to cbmc, and the young R3a,;in another column the ad-Cooper, ladies to all bring a box with them. at Livingston Sntnrday vert;tSCment t f ,. c Davis, who and Sunday. , '.No Monkv Supt. IL V. Mc- recently purebred the stock of We are glad to l.e able tpv report the. Rev. J. C Cnfmical gradually improving, From the injuries, which he, Mistaincd b his .fall at Crab Orchard, LOCAL - t S. II. Martin sold '7 yearling mules in Lancaster tasf Monday, for $47 each. , Markiko. lohn Grider and Mrs. Hcttie Livesay werev married Tuesday afternoon. ' . . 1 , , Owing to the want of space we are unable to give a tabulated list of the election returns Rev. Hartsfie'd. will preach at Maretburgon the third Saturday at , 3 p. m. and also at night. Sam McCIure aud George Hasty were fined each $ t and the cost for being drunk on election day. Rev. Win. B, McGarity will preach at Baptist church Saturday night, Sunday and Sunday night. , JamesfeR. .Cook, of Somerset, has bec'u appointed UtS. Commissioner to fill vacancy caused by the death of Capt. Will C. Curd. Thanksgiving. Pres. .Roosevelt has issued a proclamation setting apart Thursday, Nov.; 28, as u day of Thanksgiving. .. Towtf Elkction. The Town election held here Tuesday, resulted in the election of J. B. Fish, for Police Judge, aud -Tom McCIure for Marshal. G. W. Gentry will soon have completed, his house, which he is building op the farm recently, "purchased from James Crawford, located on Renfro's Creek. Dead. The eight months, old baby, of Mr. and Mrs. Jonas which we reported seriously ill, hist week, died Friday night. The burrial took place Saturday afternoon at the Baker hurrying ground. Deputy Collector W. T. Short U. S. Marshal S, S. Morrow and oosse destroyed a moonshine still in Jackson county, aud captured Hiram. Jesse and Martha Smith. They were taken to Somerset Tuesday for trial before Uqited States Commissioner James R. Cook. Uni'ortunate. -The only trouble of any kind, which took place in the county on election daywas the trouble which took placeyhere between Millard Bethurunjknd William and John HysinRerin which the former received a shot in the leg, just above the ankle, breaking and badly shivering broth bones, while William Hysinger received a slight cut it) the nbHpiiien, As far as we are able to getVhe facts, Fred Hays, who was diinking and boisterous, was ordered Arrested, and the deputy Jailer with av number of men summoned to help him, including the Hysiugei boys, went to make the arrest, young Bethur-um, who probably mistook the mission of the men,, was standing at the door to Bethurum &. Bethur-um office, where Hays was thought to be, a few words were passed be-' tween them, when the cutting arid shootiug began. Hysingers were hurridly pushed off down the streets and takew away. Behind quickly followed a. nuniber of men with pistols, and for a while it looked as though there was go ing to be serious irouble in the laud, but cooler heads interfered and the ma dor quited. Hysingers came iu Wednesday and gave themselves up, gave bond and their trial set for Monday. Hayes went before the County Judge Thursday and plead guilty to a1 charge of drui'ikiiless and one of abreach of the peace. Young Bethurum, we are informed, is getting along fairly well, and we sinceiely hope will soon be up. Young Bethtinun and the Hysinger boys, are nic quiet men, and lor this trouble to. have accyrred is very unfortunate and is to be greatly deplored by every body. , Chesney has notified Supt. Davis , that there will be no money for the teachers tomorrow, nut will be in dbout two weeks. The delay was caused by the slow returns being made by the sheriffs. In this issue you will note the advertisement of land to be sold for taxes More will follow next week. I propose to collect these taxes be fore the first day of January. HENRY CATRON, 4t. S. R. C. - j ' NOTICE. We will discontinue giving our pictures away, and for ev.ery $5.00 worth of cash purchase, we will sell a picture for aScts according to printed matter on tickets. Oct. 23 i- Houk&Adasis. C. C. Davis, who was a member of the firm of C. C. Davis & Co,, has sold his interest in the drugstore to his fatherand bought the stock of drugs, belonging to Theo Wesley. The old firm of C. C. Davis & Co. will be changed to S. C. Davis. For over four years, Charley has been connected with his father in the drug business, he is a registered puarmacist and a first class druggist. Here is wishing him the best of success in his new undertaking. IN MEMORY OF MRS CAROLINE THOMPSON. After months' of intense suffering from the savages of that insidious cancer, -borne with all the patience, aud fortitude, she could summon, the faithful wife, loving tender mother, fond sister aud kind friend, fell asleep 6h" the night of Aug. 2nd. 1001, surrounded by her devoted family and only sister, each of whom had done all in their power to alleviate her pain. We hope her awakening is in a mansion of the Eternal City whose light ever radiates from the face of God our Father "the giver of every good and periect gift," aud that she is now enjoying the companioriship of loved ones gone before singing songs of praise "to Him who siteth on the Throne." She was born Aug. 4th 1847 in Rockcastle Co., united with the Christian church at old Boons Fork in her 14th year thus begining her walk with Christ iu her youthful prime, the dawning of her youug woman hood. She was united iu marriage with David Thompson Dec 22nd! 1865, of this union four children were born two of whom preceded her to the grave a number of years, the fir.st' au infant, the next lier beloved and idolized Lilhe, who lived to bless and make glad her parents hearts till she was about twelve yearsof age, when typhoid fever claimed her as its victim, thus-saddening the hearts of doting father, mother and brothers. Her husband and two sons, Robert aud Booth with their families .survive her. The words found in Pr5v. 31st, 27th and 28th, could have been appropriately applied to lier iu her fondness for her home duties aud devotion to her children and their interests. "She looketh well to the ways of her l(ousehold, and eatetlmot the bread of idleness." Her children arise up and call her blessed; her husband also, and he praiseth her' On the afternoon of Aug. 3rd. 1901 the remains of the departed were laid to rest in Lancaster's beautful city of the dead. Had she lived two days longer 54 years of her life would have been rounded out, but God in his wisdom and mercy gave her relief from her Languish. May the grave be sweet rest for her pain tortured body Paradise sweet rest for her immortal soul, may her loved ones yet remaining here prepare themselves, by becoming the children of God forthe happy reunion with Mamma, Lillie, little Wi)la Wilkes and Pther loved ones in the Celestial City on high. May we ajl meet her there is the prayer of out who knew her ' well.' . .' .M. C. P drugs belonging to Tlieo Wesley. He cordially invites you one and all to call aud sec him, when in town. Next door to W. M. Poynteiv CARD OP THANKS." We desire to express to the peo pie of Mt. Vernon, and the good ladies especially, our heartfelt thanks, for the many favors and courtesies extended during the sickness and in the d;ath of our little daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Jonas McKettzie The unofficial count shows Tate ito nave carried the county over Stewart by 484 majority, and S. L. Durham for magistrate in the first district defeated T. J. Hayes by 134. Granville Leece, for magis trate, 'and J. D. Ham for constable, in the fourth district were the ouly democrats in the county who made a winning fight, behig elected by about 4. For the remainder of the offices, the republicans had no opposition. LIVINGSTON -0- Mrs 'Annie Elmore was visiting in' Stanford, Tuesday. Miss Belle Beny of Pine Hill is the guest, of Miss Vinuie Pike. J. F. Cooper, went' to see his best girl, at Brodhead, Sunday. W. H. Cottingim has accepted a position with, Ward and Magee. W. C. Mullins, V R. and W. B. Dillion, were in Mt. Vernon Wednesday. Mrs Russel Dillion and two boys returned home from Maywood. Monday. Little Everrett Brown of Stanford is here visiting his uncle Dan Mullins. Mrs Fish and daughter Miss Allie of Stanford are guests of Mrs Sallie .RJhiuehart. i and Mrs John Howell visited D'tf. E. J. Brown and family at Stanford last week. fohu Blankenship, wife and deen are visiting Mrs. John Hilton in Kuox county. Mrs Carl Mooie, has returned home after an extended visit with relatives, in Ohio. Will Pettus of Loudon, was here Wednesday the guest of one of our young lady visitors. Mrs Wilmoth Poynter and daughter, Kittie, visited relatives at Mt Vernon Sunday. Joe Carson, Sam Magee, John Mullins and Alf Owens, were at Crab Orchard Sunday. Mrs John Magee entertained a number of her friends, with an elegant dinner, Tuesday. Dr. Peyton, of Stanford, is at the Sambrook Hotel, to see little Geo. Sambrook who is very low. Mrs. Lottie Pugh and children, of Pittsburg are visiting Mrs. Lockie Smith, at the Dillion Hotel. Mrs Thos Andes of Altamont was the guest, Sunday, of Mrs W. F. Tubbs at the Mullins Hotel. James C. Mullins and T. D. Mullins have again become citizens of our little city, there is no place like home. A. L. Reed of London, John Brown of Mt Vernon, and L. T. Stewart of Wildie, were in town (his week. Misses Annie and Susie Thompson of Mt 'Vernon and Miss Fannie Redd of Crab Orchard, arc visiting Dr. and Mrs Cooper. Mr and Mrs Brack Graves re-turned home Wednesday, after a pleas-ant vis.it. with their sou Fred, at Birmingham Alabama. A party, composed of Judge Williams, Misses Letcher and Mitchell and the Misses Thompson of Mt. Vernon, Miss Redd, of Crab Orchard, Mesdames Sambrook, Sue Mullins, V. R. Dillion, Wilmoth Poynter, and J. S. Cooper went up on the celebrated Wild Cat Mountain Saturday aud reports a jolly 'time. The fortune telling by, the iGyfosy Queen was enjoyed most of afo ' t.'w R "Hinn.n h iiiii fur tf In JiltHJllljgfc4tV , tW C. C. (SUCCESSOR TO DAVIS TlIKO WfiSLKV.'1 ' ' FOR Fresh Drugs, - -Patent Medicines of all: Kinds, Perfumery. Stationery, Toilet Article?, CIGARS AND TOBACCO,. ,. Paints and Oils, '.' -v PRESCR3 PTIONS carefully Compounded fit all hours, day or night. c FRITH today. COME tomorrow. cop COME any time. But for your own in terest, be sure to come. DON'T BUY FROM US until jj you've looked around, if you pre- fer it that way, but in 'any event)) don't fail to see US before youm du. ... a We will save You Time and Money, jan goous, m Koued uats Big bargains in ; . . CLOTHING, SHOES, HATS, DRY GOODS, . AND NOTIONS. We M Boa Dn Top By Selling You at Elie. Bottom. (j BETTER GOODS . AT LOWER PRICES THAN YOU CAN ' GET ELSEWHERE. ' It wl ty 1 ALSO' JK-BRODHEAD, KENTUCKY. ItWiFayU2. Run yfter ThernT Low Prices and High Qualities, ConrlccTrD Each Week Bv C. H. FRITH. , v Arhnckles Coffee, i2c Lion Coffee, I2C XXXX Coffee, I2C Good Green Coffee, t IOC to 12C Flour N. S. per bbl, $4-4? iFJour Mt. Belle, . $4.00 'Flour Plain Family, 53-00 Granulated Sugar, 16, Ms $1.00 Light Brown Sugar, 17 lbs $1.00 Syrups per gallon,' '.foe Cakes of D. Boone Soap. 10c Coal Oil best per gallon,' .t'4 18c Calico best Gtades, d 5c ILL PAY HIGHEST price w FOR COUNTRYPKO D.UCE, BUI I FO Paint 3 forgets thatFpainting1 properly done! can't afford NOT to paint. Jj to paint is largelyj dependent upon Williams Paints most economicalUpaints you can use, wear longest. Add to this their good paints " ' i " different kinds of painting. house, or anything in or out of the for that particular purpose not one CSTSOLD BY C. H. FRITH. BRODHEAD. RY. EOPLE. A DAMS, WllW1IWMIIllWIMIMIWMWiHMIMirtiHWII THE man who1 says that, is economy, and the fact is he iiuvv oiten you require the paint you use. The Sherman - out last others. They are the because they cover most and appearance, and 3'ou have perfect PAINTS. They are made for many Whatever it is you want to paint a house we make the right paint slap-dash mixture for all. THE 0 U 1 ke HAVE FOUND Hp.UK & Mt. Vernon,. Ky., ? i TO place for Fair Dealing -and' ' keoping on hand what you Avant ' . w are Agents for tlorso Shoe .brand fertilizers, fanning implements, shingles, coal, hay and corn. Anything von want, come to our Big supply house and bo convinced. Qur Stock of Grocery Supplies Are Complete. , (TT T F- Shelves are groaning under the loads of goods s -J --- to suit the general trade". O CJ OTh f aH nTn(l' llilts nn(l CIlPs alls, shirts, collars and ties, and a general line of men's fnrnishings. Ladies Wear of all Kinds. OUR g00ds arte , 1 OUR COM continue- to covhe, Houk PHONE NO. 25- R... mottO'"FairDealing," buy and bo satlsiied that win Elook, ? menu what wo sav and wiU & Acl arris. rsa fl '.t if 1 t S '.