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Mount Vernon signal. (Mt. Vernon, Ky.) 18??-current, September 15, 1905, Image 1

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The uisny friends of Dr J Harry I t
Henl ell of Johnctta not only here I
herejbut
know that at the recent meeting of >
the Directors of the Bid Hill Coal l
CoalI
Co he was tlectid to succeed him I Sl
self uithout opositionr
Is Dr l opositionI
IlnsJcitn for the rig Hil Coal Co h
duringhat F
that lime has made a host of friends I ai
over the county vhtrever he has I br
been Ahhi u5 h he has been with lu
the Big Hill Coal Co practically
since its foundation Dr Hendren
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is a native of Madison HeudrenI u
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ing been born Richmond
sspent near and bt
spent much of his early life there w
thereI
He graduated from Central Uni I A
versily in 1894 with scientific de ce
gree and from the State A M is
College of Lexington in 1897
with a similar degree and as Presi
dcntofthe Senior Class Although
stilla young man Dr Hendren has
devoted much of his time to scien of
tific research and has proven scienI r
self a chemist of some note He I
served for some time on the U S
Geooical Survey in Ohio KentC
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tucky Vest Virginia and Tennes
see and was also on the Pacific
coast a year in the same capacityII
After serving for two years asc
Assistant Professor of chemistry in w
the Hospital College of Louisville
Dr Hendreu graduated in niedi C1
cine in 1902 from that institution i
s valedictorian ofa very large
Gass which was the highest honor t
oonferrable on any member
bi ice h s graduation he has been
ngaged in actual practice jjf his
profession much of the time in
Rcckcastle county Hi is a
Knightof Pythias and also an activeh
member of the Mt Vernon lodge h
If Masons The Big Hill coal Co
made no mistake in retaining the s
services of such an affable courte n
ous gentleman P
WHAT THE CITIZENS OF A
TOWN CAN DO Iii THEY
ONLY TRY
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1 he hustling city of Lancaster j
in Garrard county is to have thet
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unproved train service it recently
requested of the L N giving it t
daily two passenger trains and one t
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The Commercial Club is in re I
ceipt ofa letter today from Mr c
Charles L Stone general passenger
agent of the L S N staling that t
the recent visit of the committee of 1
gentlemen from Lancaster and oth c
tr points on the Rowland branch
sking for increased train service
has resulted in the company arrang
ing to establish train service on i
the Rowland branch beginning
Mpiiday September 18
This committee from Lancaster
was accompanied on this visit to I
Mr Stones cuke by a committee
from the Commercial Club con
listing of Messrs S B Lynd C J
Meddis A Y Ford and others
Mr Stone further says in his
letter that the new train to be put I
or will leave Cynthiabn and run
through to Richmond arriving i
there at 940 a in Jo lay over un
til 1250 noon It will leave RichI
mond at that hour passing Lan I
caster at 153 and arriving at Row
land at 210 p m at which point t
connection will be made with train II
No 22 leaving Rowland at am 3 i
I p in arriving in Louisville at 6i 0i
Ylltleave I
leave Rowland at 225 p in going i
through to Cynlhiana making th e
C and O connection at Winchester I
and also making counuection at
Paris Ky for all points on the
Maysville branch
LIKE FINDING MONEY
Finding health is like finding
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I moneyso think those who are
Is ch When you have a cough I
cold sore throat orchest irritation
better act promptly like W C Bar
I ber of Sandy Level Ya He says
l I had a terrible chest trouble
coused by smoke and coal dust on
my kings after finding no relief in
other remedies I was cured by Tl
Kings New Discovery for Con
sumption Coughs and Colds
t Greatest sate of any cough oFlung
medicine in the world Ai the drug
store of the Mt Vernon Drug Co
see and i guaranteed Trial bot
tle free
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To give a bargain you
must first get it We
realized this in buying
our large winter stocks
and consequently can
give you greater barI
gains than ever before
Our OVERCOATS SUITS
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Heavy Shoes Rubbers
Outings FSannels Wool
Waistings Ladies Skirts
Cloaks Jackets and Un
derwear are all in and
ready for your inspecl
tion N
Too busy to write an
fifiAd55 now Come early
and see the largest and
best selected stock of
FALL and WINTER
goods ever shown in
Rockcastle county
We are in business tp
make money and can
best do so by helping you
save yours
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treaty will be mad public this wet I
The production of oil in Ken I
tuckyjias nut been Nip lo Xpt Jai
tion > for the past hw weeks ouiug 1
t > the rtrssat 1I1 of ftriilijs in some I
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Iof the smaller fields w ij
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IawrenCe Viiiva < fiCiiiucd t v
on the ihiil ri11m case in j
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1 M liire of Loiiivive isfj
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planning a i ev u national bank wilhly
Mice I legau Rice and Ce Young <
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Rice the Lt usvilh authots as its jl
suciute orginizrrs If
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Mrs R Buckner AHen siserinjjs
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Invof Jc hi R AHH Common itf
woilthV Attorney of Fa elte coun r J
tv committed snit ide by shooting t
Iiherielf
1ycars
years ago left Frankfort owing i A
banks approximate 50000 has <
settled With his creditors and will i X
return to Frankfort to live I
Harry Somerville of Louisville i 1J
has resigned as superintendent of IM
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Fairview I M
cemetery Howling Green t <
alleging he was unmarried and had i >
been unable to get ain o le to keep
house for him jj
Louisville last month was the
second city in the United States in tT
the amount of expenditures for I y
buildings The actual aggregate if
was 11 00000 The increase over I V i
August of last year was 199 per 11
cent The outlook for September 3
equally as good lIIherl JU
The Anderson county grand jurv y
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withdrew the indictment against I iJ
William H York for the murder W
r his brother James R Y lidud >
rturned a joint indictment against i V
William H York and ngaimtI <
alleging conspiracy A special j
term of court will be called in OCLI v
try the case i =
B P French wns fined 5000
II Clark county for contempt of
Oflcourt
witnesses out of the State in the I
damage suit of Mrs James B Ma
cum for the murder of her husband
1iai1cum
A similar charge against Alex H I
Hargis was filed away Jas Har
gis and Ed Callahans case are set
for September 25 setI
Final arrangements were made
Saturday to reopon the Wesrom
National Bank of Louisville on
October i probably under a HIMV
name Twothirds of the stock
holders voluntarily cscd hein
e1ves8Yperc lt of the capital
stock giving the bank 250000 of
new cash All the writlenoff pa
per collected will go to the surplus
accountJ
J H Wilson a prominent farm
er near Bowling Green went into
deep well Saturday to clean it out
Seventyfive feet from the surface
lie encountered foul air andat
tempted to escape His daughter
the only one present made heroic
efforts lo draw him up Wilson
was overcome by gases fell back
in the well and expired before aid
could be summoned
While attempting it is claimed
to rescue his nephew who had
been placed in jail for disorderly
conduct Demps Martin was shot
and killed at Corbin Bnrrel Smith
Chief oi Police dangerously wound
ed and several others Wire or less
injured Brick Martin a young
man Wad been arrested by Deputy
Policeman Partin according to a
telephone message when his lather
uncle and cousin engaged in a fight v
with tbejjolicemen in an endeavor I g
it is said to effect a rescue A
number of shots were fired by botht
Itsides
sides one bullet entering the head 0
of Charley Martin father of Brick
seriously injuring him and another I
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bullet passing entirely through the
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Brack causing his ceitli Roe j
shotI b I
in the hand On the side of the
officers Chief of Police Smith reI
reIIlceied J
side ard also a severe blow across
3time nose Mrs Smith it is said 1
came to the aid of her husband au dthe
andI
was also hurt
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The grand jury for Jessamine I
county has one of the most delicate I
and abtruse problems that have
ever been presented for solution by
moralists lawmakers and enforcers
of the law In order that they
may have enlightenment on th el
subject the prosecuting attorney I
w the other day caused subpoenas to I
issue for 50 or more young society
men and women The questions in I
brief are Is eucher gambling Is
card playing for prizes a crime in I
the ev es oi the law The issuance
i ofthe subpoenas is to issuanceI
dictments in case the authorities s
iltold euchre plaving 1 authoriticsl
among society people is calculated j
1 to injure the dignity of the law +
lawjatld
land the intent ion is it is slid tog
bring in indictments in case an j
i offense can be proven The alf e <
gation is that the 50 voting soeielv
people have been playing euchre
j for prizes at divers times and play ei
during the fold winter month
m > lily in the homes of the parents
parerof d1
before the qpurtof inquiry
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1 Superior quality of its goods 2 An eagerness f > r late styles and not > Itw
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7Tt1IS is the foundation of our business and for 15 yours we have hold strictly to the W
Q above principles Thats why our store hits grown to be the biggest and most popular in M
W this town and thats why we have made a success nT
1 HAVING just returned from the murltet centers we are prepared to say that we have
yf bought the finest and largest stock of Fall anl Winter goods over shown in this county This tf
Iincludes a selection of new and stylishs
v Dress Goods and Tririiniings Furnishing Goods h
Clothing Shoes c j
NiRemember our Fall Opening September 16th at which and each day thereafter we ilY
> will be glad to show you through our extensive line and give you prices cheaper than the r C
cheapest No space here for quoting prices but will say this much we scll you a Tip In
ifTop Ladies Vest for 25centsMena Undershirts 2j cents to 45cents Mens Drawers 2 5 < t5li
Trocot Flannel all colors and all wool o teats per yard Outings 5ets to 10cts per yard W
A Best Calicoes 5cls per yard t j
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The singing school at Freedom
wilt soon closeRcv J L Davis
filled his regular appointment at
Providence nndtyAI1who at
tended the Association a Mt Pis I
gab mat week report a good time
111 G Dowell and Walter Owens
of this section will go into the
poultry business ii Brodhead luck
to you boys Farmers are In trou
ble Their corn is ripe and so
rainy they cant cut ft Just rest
easy gentlemen it will quit raining
some time You know there is
only two things in the woild to
worry about That one which we
have control and that one which
whichI
is the case some one has said that
lis
t rte shcmd never worry If we can
control a thing there is no need to
worry and if you cant control it
there is no use to worry but here
a question arises in my mind How
would you avoid worrying if > ou
elInot sure whether you had j
control or not Forinstance hadI
you trained to take some fellows
girl away from him and was not
sure you could I think you would
be justified in spending a few drea
TV das and sleepless nights any
way untis my experience < Mr
land Mis P F > Cable of Dayton
0are visiting relatives here this
week Thev also gave an enter
tainment at the school house Tues
Lday night consisting of moving
opicuies stereoptic views etc r
i which was enjoyed bv all Mr
tCalilenr Dock as he is known
tvispeirthe early part of liishfe ito n
th scrliaIT but has only spent one
t uiht it his old home iu ten years
lie will probably spend a month in
sthecountv with his show He is
fiknowtr Hpver the county and has
a hotaf f riendswho will be glad
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Headquarters for Bargains
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to welcome the jovial funloving
companion of earlier days back
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S S Purcell has sdded a new c
coat of paintfto his honseMrs n
Robert Hatiiui spent a few days 1
last week with her sister Mrs Galen j
Rogers of Crab Orchard Mrs S
Purcell and Miss Mary Owens at
tended church at Rose Hill Sun j
dayjoe Cash returned home t
Tuesday from Lexington Mr Hl 2
P Davis of Crawfordsville Iud j
spent the greater part of last ueek t
with friend here He seems to
like this country very well but we
think a certain young widow is the
attraction Quite a crowd attendI
ed the show at Savers school house
Tuesday nightJ2ck Laswell isiu j
Lexington spending a few days
with his cousin George Johnson
E J Harum is at home for a few
daysThe sick of the neighbor
hood are about the same
ARE YOU ENGAGED
Engaged people should remem
ber that after marriage many
quarrels can be avoided by keeiyng
their digestions in good condition
with Electric Bitters S A Bfown
of Bennettsville S C says For I
years my wife suffered intensely
from dyspepsia complicated with a I
torpiu liver until she lost her
strength and vigor and herI
selfg
Then she tried Electric Bitters
which helped her at once and final
Ijvniade her entirely well She is
now strong and healthy Sold by
Mt V crnui Drug Co who sell >
and guarantees them price 5octs a
bottle
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Perfect Service u itt
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mlfidiVidual Firms and cr OFI m
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tlJl 3 per cent interust on all 1e posts of 100
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WHY WOMEN ARE PRETTY
According to an English special
ist who has made a careful study of
the subject the reason why women
ire better looking than men is be
xmse they are more indolent and
re not called upon to use their
brains asmuch as men are Hard
intellectual work and assiduous at
tention to business he says are
harmful so far as physical beauty
is concerned As a proof that his
theory is correct he points to the
Ziros whose home is in British
India Among them women hld
the place which in other counries
is occupied by men The Zaro wo
man manages the affairs of state
goes into business on her own ac
count and does not wait for a pro
posal of marriage but proposes her
self whereas the Zaro man has
nothing to do but cook the meals
and look after his children The
natural result says the scientist is
that the men of this singular tribe
ate very pretty and the women are
usually plain
The American Minister oiuio
number df Europeans at Tangier
have abandonee their residences
in the suburbs and removed to the
center of town at the request of the
Morocoan authorities Severe fight
ing is n progress between the tribes
iu the vicinity of Tangier
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ATTACKED BY A MOB
And beaten in a labor riot until
covered with sure a Chicago street
car conductor applied Bucklers
Arnica Salve and was soon sound
and well I use it in my family
writes G J Wechof IVtonsli1
Mich and find it perfect Simp
ly great for cuts and burns Only
I 25C at the drugstore of tIle Mt Ver
mm Drug Co
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