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Mt Vernon Signal
MT VERNON KY OCT 3 1902
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TIME TABLEJ
24 north 1055 a m
26 north io4am
23 southr L 200 p rr
35 South 139 a in
TAS IANDRUW Agent
Phone No 5 3 >
Entered at the Mt Vernuj Ky PostoSce us sec
oaa class mall matter
ri ooPERSONALS
1 V v Miss IV BeuIah Smith o Chas tv hog
f fevert >
rAtty John W Brown is in Lou I
isville today
V
L v Mr James Ciouclier is here on a
visit to friends
J H Fish was over at Crab
JOrchard
Orchard Monday
Charley Whitehead was in W
liamsburg Sundayi nv <
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James Maret made a business
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trip to Stanford Monday
4U Baker is in Louisville buy 1
ing a big line of flew goods j 1
Atty JR L Brown of Somerset C
washere a short while Wednesday 1
C B Henderson L N brake
< man spent Tuesday with home
folks
Misses Helen and Celia Smith
of Paint Lick visited relatives here c
this week C
Senator John L Whitehead will
arrive Sunday to see his sisterI
Miss Clara
Joshua Parrett of Jackson coun
i ty has rented W B Whiteheads
farm near Cove 1
J
C C Williams was in London 1
Wednesday looking after some le c
gal matters 1
jnattersR
R A Welsh and little daughter
Margarite are visiting relatives in
MargariteLouisville
Louisville this week
J W Smith has a force cutting
cedar which he bought on the lands
of G S Griffin and G C FishI
John Renner who has been loca
ted at Akard Mo for some time
past is back on a visit to home I
folksSquire
Squire J N Brown H J Mul
lins and J W Baker are three
good substantial citizens who were
here Tuesday
Mrs Emma Fish and daughter
Miss Margarite are visiting her
son John H Fish at Edgefield i
Junction Tenn
John Graves who was very bad
ly cut up in a fight about a week
ago isimproving and r the doctor
says will recover
r Mrs Logan Salyers died at her
home in Livingston last Friday
morning after an illness of two
weeks of typhoid fever
Mr and Mrs W J Sparks and
Mrand Mrs BoO J Bethurum will
i leave today for Washington City
taattend the G A R reunion
Mr NL H H Henniuger of Wayne
county democratic candidate for
State Treasurer stopped here a
short while Monday while en
route to Corbin to attend the con
ventiont which met there Tuesday
to nominate a candidate for Con
gress in the Eleventh district We
will have more to say of Mr Hen
nin ej and his candidacy later
LOCALS
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TBeasley Co Stanford will
furnish coffins caskets and robes
on short notice
septJ93t
Mr Z T Hansel has bought of
J W Baker his property in the
northerii part of town for which
he paid 500 We are glad to wel
come Mr Hansel as a citizen of our
town
The wise man has his clothes
made toorder They look better
feel better and in the end are cheap
er than Teadyx made goods Co tii
Bras will be glad to take you
youL I
selection from the farabus hue of
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I Beasley Co Stanford for fur
niture carpets rugsetc
I sept 193t
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I GiadinS on Brush creek railroad
Iis progressing Contractors expect
I to finish in next sixty days
r Ml Vernon will have a canning i
factory next season if U G Baker
remains in his present notion
Sheriff H L Tqte took wade
wadeI J
school of reform at Glendale yes
terday
S C Franklin shipped Wednes i
day 5000 ginseng roots to parties i
in Central Kentucky some going
to Ohio
MARRIED Ezra Shivel and Miss I
Maggie Butcher were married in 1
the court house Wednesday byI
Judge Lewis
Mr R1L Baker says that J J J
McCall has done the best work on
his section of the load ofany over
9y t
Seer in the con ty
W Powell Hale reciter and en
tertainer was at the College chapel
Tuesday It was an evening of
enjoyment to all who attended
MARRIEDMr W S Taylor
and Miss Maggie Walters were
married Wednesday at the home of
Mr G S Griffin the Rev J W
Riddle officiating
This office has just printed no
tices of a call for the 4th annual 1
meeting of the Kentucky Indepen
dent Telephone Association which
takesplace in Louisville on Oct a
28th and 29th
Supt of Public Instructions H
V McChesney has notified Supt
Ballard that there will be a special
examination for State Teachers 1
certificates held in his office atI
Frankfort on Friday and Saturday p
October 10 and nth
OPENING
On Saturday Oct nth you are
cordially invited to come and see
and Win
my display of stylish Fall
ter Hats Furs Gloves Combs
etc Everything the latest on the
market Respectfully I
MRS SALLIE WIWIMS
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Sheriff H L Tate and deputy t
sheriffs G W Clark and R L
McFerron took four to the pen last
Saturday Wyatt Allen for murder
G Y 7arsHaIP Mize manslaughter
2 years Silas Hardin housebreak
iug i year and John Burnside col
ored stealing i year
The Bank of Mt Vernon will
about the loth of this month de 1
clare a y percent dividend besides
carrying over 3 per cent to the
surplus This is sufficient evidence
of etplendid way in which 1
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Cashier Furnish are running the
business 11
W F McClary has sold his farmI
near town to Mr Jonas McKenzie
price paid 200000 Mr McClary I 1
has bought a farm near Jamestown
Ind and will move to theJ
Hoosier state sometime in Nov
ember It will be with much re
gret that the people of Mt Vernon
and vicinity loose him from our
number
The following which has been
preserved for nearly a century winI
doubtless be of much int rest es
pecially to the older cftizwis some
of whom were acquainte with the
parties Know all meuJ y these
presents that I Thos Rowe of
Orange county and StaVe of Virgin
ia for the consideration of fifty dol
lars in hand paid have this day
bargained and sold unto Richard
Williams of said county and State I
one negro man slave by the name
of Captain two beds and furnicure s
twelve chairs two tables oneI
I chest and one cow and yearling and 1
heifer which slave and other prop
erty I do hereby warrant to main
tain sufficient right and title toll
the said Richard Williams his I
minlstratorr s i
and assigns from the claim or I
claims ofany ° person or persons I
whatsoever in writing whereof 1i
have liereunto to set ray hand
d and seal thjs 23rd day of April 1808
L SV THOS ROWK
f Sealed aiiddelivcr 1 Carlton Po v 1
ft e d aii presence of J Miley Gaines
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Walter Southards and Mis Ma
tibia Stokes were married here
yesterday morning T
JSTW ANTED Old iron 25C
per hundred for it delivered at
HOUK ADAMS big rick on
Main street Mt Vernon Ky
Beasley Co Stanford always
keep on hand a full supply of the
latest style furniture They can i
please yoi in quality and prices
septi93t
FOR SALE OR TRADE Some
good work horses and one good
saddle mare
r II ALBRIGHT
sept 193 t Brodhead Ky
For the one hundred and steenth
time the attention of telephone
users is called to the importance of
ringing off Olead the instruc
tions on directory When through
talking RING OFF
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OFFICERS At a meeting bf the
stockholders of The Bank of Mt
Vernon on last Saturday the follow
ing officers were elected for theI
next year C C Williams Presi
dent J T Adams Vicepresident
and W L Richards Cashier The
directors are Jonas McKenzie Geo
Livesay A T Fish S H Martin
Rod Perry Vincent Boreing and J
E Houk
A number it Rockcastle boys
will be pleased to read the follow
ing lThe controller of the treas
ury sustained the contention of
Capt C C Calhoun relative to
Kentuckys Spanish war claim and
warrant for 120860 63 an ex
cess of 52900 03 over the original
allowance was drawn en the Unit
ed States Treasury The money
will be disbursed to the officers and
men of the first three Kentucky
regiments about Christmas each
private receiving approximately
SoWednesday
Wednesday was the Jewish New
Year It was the 5663rd since the
beginning creation and was cel
ebrated all over the world as it is a
day of great rejoicing among the
Hebrews The orthodox Jews cel
ebrate the occasion by holding ser I
vices from sundown Wediiesdaj
until sundown tonight Friday 1
the Reform Jews held services for
only the first twentyfour hours
Today Yum Kipper the Jewish
day of attonemeut and the most
sacred day in the Hebrew year will
be celebrated during which time i
the orthodox Jews will fast and
pray
GOOD ROADS CONVENTIONAr
rangements for the Good Roads
Convention which will beheld in
Lexington October 2ist and 22nd
were made Friday by the Execu
tive Committee of the Kentucky
Good Roads Association which
met at Lexington It was decided
that each County Judge each com
mercial organization and each Mayor
or in the State be requested to ap
point five delegates to the Conven
don All manufacturers of road
machinery are invited to send their
representatives to the Convention
and exhibit their machines The
local committees in Lexington will
arrange for the building of sample
road near that city during the prog
ress of the Convention
OBANNON Mrs Dr W B
OBannon died at Stanford Sunday
night after an illness of five weeks
Mrs OBannon was Miss Ellen
Frith of Brodhead a sister of T S
and L G Frith Early in life she
united with the Christian church
and was a consistant follower and
a most untiring worker in the
goodl
works her deeds will live after her
Sheleaves a husband two sons r
and two daughter A portion of
the death notice in Interior Jour
nal reads Saturday night the
good woman called husband and I
children to her bedside and after a
short talktold them all good hye
iIt was A Apathetic scene and one
that wil1 linger long in themerna
ries of that family Shortly after
rnoon Sunday she sank into uucou
i ciousness from which she never
i revived After services f at tile
t I ChrisriaTi church at 10 oclock this
I morn 11 g by Rev J W Hagan3nd
rRI2B JiPinkerton the remains
tvee laid to ist rn the Buffalo
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Springs Cemetery < <
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We have been informed that our
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report df the trouble between John
Graves and Mitchell Norton as
given in our last issue was in part
incorrect Vestated that Robt
Norton Mitchells son got Graves
pistol and shot him with it which
is a inisakc He shot Graves with
his own pistol after which he did
get Graves pito but no further
injury was done Graves after his
pistol was taken fromhim We are
also told that Parks Reynolds had
no pistol on the occasion and t
ube threw his hand on his pistol I
arid told Bullock to staad back
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isa mistake
RESOLUTION
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Jackson Lodge No 731
Livingston Ky
WHEREAS It has pleased theT
Grand Architect of the universe to
la call from this earthly teniplethe
beloved wife of brotherLogan SaK
yers who died September 28th
Be it Resolved That this Lodge
extend to brother Logsn Salyers
their heartfelt sympathy that a
copy of this resolution be spread on
the minute book of this Lodge a
opy bent to brother Logan Sal
yers and to the Mt Vernon Signal
for publicationWrR1120UNCE
W R MOUNCE 1
JR STUCKEY f Commj
JACOB SAM BROOK
SAMBROOKT
LIVINGSTON
LIVINGSTONo
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Egbert Hayes was home from
Paris Sunday
Mrs Jane Owens is visiting Mrs
Sarah Owens
Phil T Allen was out from Lou
isville Sunday
Mrs Mollie Bunn returned to
Rowland this week I
J V Brown was dovn from
Mt Vernon Sunday
Jasper Durham who has been
very low with fever is about well
George Preston has moved his
family from here to Jellico Tenn
Alf Owens has returned from
Pineville and other towns on the
C y I
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John Magee and wife have re
turned after a weeks stay in Louis
ville
W C Mullins made a business
trip through Tennessee and Vir
ginia last week
J T Blankenship has bought
the Dave Preston property of Mr
James Frazier
Ballard Mullins has moved from
across Roundstone to one of John
Waltons houses
Mrs E S Elmore has returned
from the city with a beautiful line
of ladies hats
Mrs Steve Carson is visiting in
the glades this week before going
to Jellico to live
Mrs Judge Thompson of Lexing
ton is visiting her grandfather
Uncle Ashley Oweiis
Rev Hartsfield and wife of Mt
VernoH were the guests of Mr A
N Bentley Saturday
Mrs Robert Payne who has
been ill for some time is very low
not expected to recover
W T Merrimee has gone to I
housekeeping in one of John Wal I
tons house on Main street
Mrs Sam McClure of Rich
mond was with her brother Logan
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Salyers Saturday and Sunday
Miss Nannie wells is teaching
the Calloway school in the place of
Miss Sarah Walliu who is sick
Steve Carson has moved his
household effects to Jellico Tenn
where he will reside in the future
Sam Magee is back behind the
cotf inter at Ward Magees Sam
is a good salesman and everybody
is glad to see him back at his old
place
Mra
Phil T Allen near the lettered
dI
rqck was destroyed by 3 fire last
Thursday night Loss about 2
ooowith 1600 insurance
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Somehow your devil got Sourer
set and Tom Farley mixed up last
weekSipe item should have read
Mrs Tom Linnehan icturned to
Somerset after visiting Mrs Thoh
FarleS of this place Also the
item about Mrs Dicker on read
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wrong
The item referred to above w s
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AND DOES NOT CALL AT
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Ftlrniture
JUSTiRECElVEDACAR LOAD
OF NEWEST AND LATEST STV LES
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Good Beds
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BEST ONEARTH 450 perbbl
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At Corresponding Low Prices
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FURNISHINGGOODS
THE PLACE TO DRIVE GREAT BARGAINSCALL AND SEE
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MT VE RNON KY
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THE BjfflK OF T VERNON
w VERNON KY
OPENED 19003
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CAPITAL STOCK o 15 000
C C WILLIAMS PRES JAS T ADAMS VIci PRES
WrL RICHARDS CASHIERJoA B FURNISH ASST CASH
DIRECTORS Jonas McKenzie Geo Livesay A T Fish
S H Martin Rod Perry Vincent Boreiug J E Houk
We solicit accounts of firms and individuals Careml atten
tion is given collections entrusted to us
Our friends and patronsare invited to call when in town
Phone No 55
GO TO
JONAS MCKENZIE
NiT VERWQ KY
for Everything in
Dry Goods Clothing Boots and Shoes ana General
Merchandise
BEST GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES
Phone No 83
WllLISGRI FFI N 9
Practical Undertlcer 5
and FUNERAL DIREClORc
Mt Vernon Ky
Stock CompleteFINE
FINE HEARSE Attached Can
IIiurnish
iurnish Metalic Caskets and have
Embalming done on short noticeY
Come and see me anything I have not got cau get for you on first
train that leave the city
ORDERS by wire Promptly Filled
Phone No 63
CHAS Cg DAVIS I
The Place to Obtain
Fre Drugs
ALSO Y I
lPatent Medicines of all Kinds
Perfumery Stationery
< Toilet Articles
TCIGARS AMD TOBACCO
Pnts7 nncl Oils I
PRESC8IPTIONScareful Oompounded 1 at a1I
hours day or night >
Phone No 6ic
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