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"A EXERCISES OF THE MT, VERNON COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE- - V '. . Heiu'ei.M n, who will de We solicit the accounts ol the citizens of Rockcastle and Rdjoinjiig $1ie commencement exercises of formatidn of spirilildl habits those counties assuring, them prompt and careful attention ,io' all busiliver the first oration, at the comness intfliJted to us. Personal applitation and cojxespo'nd-Cnce- , the Mt-- Vernon Collegiate Insti- that deVelopi the oii; those habmencement exercises was with n view to business relations, invited. tute began last Sunday morning, its which make man bear the fruit born and reared only a short disJNoTj. McROBERT&, Cashier.. J. S. rib'CKER, P'res, with the baccalaureate sermon by of love, joy, peace, gentleness, tance from town, aud has received '' A. A. McKlNNEY. Ass't Cashier. ? Rev. C. K. Crawford, of the Dan- goodness, it.eikucss and tempet his education- in the schools at this ' 'i'" iff ville Theological Seminary, who ance. Every temptation :s a senplace, having first attended the found a beautiful' text in Prov. 4: sation upon our spiritual natutcs public school until three years ago, which produce a reaction of some 23: "Keep thy heart with all when heeutered the Collegiate In VWV lor out of it are the issues kiud. The old nature pleads with stitute. At all times he has been of life.'' A, splendid audience us to yield and the neuv to stand looked upon both by the faculty greeted him .in the college chapel, firm. Which will conquer, deand students as being a model young where the sermon was delivered, pends largely upon the kind of man. In the Philomatherw Literary and splendid attention w:; given habits formed. We ought not inSociety, which has been such an him throughout his able discourse. dulge in the social glass, and if we important part of the college work .yiivwr.' ybMiittMMiftfl Through the leadership of Mis3 do, it becomes much easier to this year, he was one of its best aud Letcher a choir, composed of her yield the next time and this habit iatauuchc:sf members, and when iir self, Mr. nud Mrs. W.J. Sparks, becomes a weak place in our char debate he displayed at all times his Kept' h Stock. Orders by Mail, Telegraph or Telephone Mrs. C; C; Williams, Misse.s Coble acters. So it is with swearing ur Promptly filled. fine reasbtiihg power.-- , watching his and Cox aud Mr. C. C. Davis, any other bad habits. His lust opponents at every instant with a sang the beautiful hymns which point was'lhe period of life for the careful' dye and striking at every added much tj the occasion. Dr. right formation of spiritual habit. opportunity AVItll an effective blow. Ewers, Principal of the college,-rea- and quoted irom Ecclesiastes 12 IHXHPfH9HnEE9fitflRfKijOTi'tf f He is an hoilbr to the school' to several verses from Mnthew 'Remember thy Creator in the his parents, fr'icnds atid' td the' impressive d.iys of thy youth" because it is and Rev.- Gole offered B6(b' of uAiPK iV?Hr !WcJwVa' jt 5CX 'i!' county. We look upon' pfayer'. period when habits' are hist the these excellent young men witli: KY. The Danville theologia'u began and most easily formed. It was pride and the Signal wishes them' by speaking very touchingly of his1 a splendid sermon and' highly eu-j--'unbounded success. in our college and ol its ed. interst Splendid progress under its present Geperal Newsy lnanagement,' and' continued by T. A. Stewart, son of .Mr. ftnd (j sayiug- that his tcct? meant that Mrs. A. W. Stewart ol Wildie, will SolicL A subscriber asks'when and by And continuously under' sanYe' management for 29'years.V every one should closely aud Care- deliver-thw. IK valedictorylTFttie" e Bank account hopt'ug such business relations' will prove materially what Piesidents were the different Salutatoriau. fully ,guard the gradual develop- profitable and 'pleasah t. exercises of the Mt. justices of the United States Su Vernon Collegiate Institute to DIRECTORS:' preme' Court appoiuted? guitar, or seated nt the piano. rv night. His theme will be J. S; Owsley. Sr. J. IS. Lynn," Chief Justice Melville W. Fnlle: J. T. Williams not only proved herself master Great, Commoner," and delivered William Gboc'li,' -J'. F. Cash. of'her- department but has rendered' was appointed July 20, 1888, by S. H. Shanks, . W.v H-- . Cd'himiusi. A. W. Carpenter, J. B.' Owsley, iu that pleasing, and easy way of valuable aid in- language, history President Cleveland. his. There isuo'donbt but that it S, H. SHANKS. President! and mathematics. Truly fortunate John H. Harlan was appointed J. B. OWSLEY, Cashier, will be specially plcasiug, to listen is the Faculty in having her as- a1 Nov. 27, 1877, hy President Hayes, W. M. BRIGHT, Ass't Cashier: to. Tom hasbeena' hard student Horace Gray was appointed Dec. member. all the year, and has"Won the praise miss- .uove- - a. Letcner is one 20,. 88 1, by President1 Arthur. GO TO, aud admiration of all his teachers David J. Brewer was appointed of the new additions to the teachfor being ready and' willing at all ing force. She took charge of- her Dec. iS, i889(.by President Harritimes to take hold of any duty that work here shortly after the begin v son. was imposed upon him' however riingof the present year. She has Henry B. Brown was appointed For Everything in difficult it might have been. We won for herself many warm friends Dec. 20, 1890, by President Harri-- - Dry Goods, uiotning, Boots and Shoes, and Gondratf predict for him a bright and sucby her pleasant and genial manner. sou. Merchandise cessful future, because to him the She alse is a native of Kentucky, George Shiras, Jr., was'appointed BEST GOODS AT LIVING PRICES. word "I can't" are unknown. JTt and was educated at Central Uni- July 26, 1892. by President Harriversity! Richmond, this being her son. T. A. STEWART. The term of the Mt. Vernon Col present home. In her woik at Edward D. White was appointed 1 Valedictorian, legiate Institute, which closes to- college she paid special attcution to Feb. 19, 1894, by President Clevenight, has been one of marked the languages, and so far distin- land. and FUNERAL DIRECTOR. ment of those inherent capabilities success, and one which is'cspecially guished herself as to win the honRufusW. Peckham was "appointMt. Vernon, Ky. given us. by nature; for the manner gratifying to the patrons; and citi ors of her class' in Greek. Her ed Jan. 6, 1896, by President Clevein which they are drawn forth and zens in general. The wonderful special work here- has been lan- land. expanded determines our destiny improvement and progress ' which guage and history, and :n these deJoseph McKeuua was appointed here aud hereafter. the Institute has made this year, partments she' has proved herself Jan. 21, 1898, by President Habit, said the Speaker, is a over former years, clearly s6ts forth tb be more than a mere amateur, secondluature and our characters belore the minds of the people the This part of the college course has !. depend upon the kind of habits we adaptability of each and every one heretofore been brly. partly done, We have been asked to give the' Keens Coffins; Gaskets. Robes. Linen Bosoms, CufFs and Collars. He then gave several of the teachers for their special line iorm. furnish Metallic Caskets and have Embalming done on short noand the" school is' t6' be congratu- number atid names of the national sttoug illustrations of habit the of work. tice and easy terms. lated in securing one so well fitted holidays of the United States. driving of nuils or the ticing of The first of whom we desire to for this work. There are about 34 legal holidays Orders by telegraph or telephone promptly attended to day nud night. cravats. Then he declared that speak is the able and efficient PrinMiss Maud Coble is also another observed in various States, estabpractice makes perfect as seen by cipal, Rev. A. E. Ewers, A. M. of the later additions to the college lished by acts of the State Legislathe beginner of music, whose fing who has won laurels for himself not faculty. Her work began soon tures, but there is no national holiers pass so slowly aud laboriously only as an instructor, but also in after the opening of the present day established for all the States by over the keys of the instrument; having vhat special tact of control-in- g term. Her native State is Iiidia'iia, act of Congress, not even the Is still sawing wood in the same old woodshed; the by aud by they come to almost fly. chains' are loosed from the Dogs of War and the mamand conducting a school, which and her home Frankfort, InbV Slit' Fourth of July. The proclamawith lightning rapidity and all but is very pleasing to pupils and pamoth received her education at the Ohio tion of the Presideut designating a automatically. Impressively did trons alike. Prof. Ewers came Normal University, one of the best day of Thanksgiving makes it a to the young man yielding here from Indiana last September, is ruuning in full blast. The goods aie bought right, schools of the kind in Ohio. She legal holiday only in those States therefore they 'are sold right. Come to Stanford, your b the habit of drink; and that it in which State he had been engaged has charge of the Primary work1', which provide bylaw for it. freight is paid, your fare is doubly saved, and you will made a path through lite brain like iu ministerial work for several for which she is most admirably find a stock secontHo none in Kentucky. If you want a feaVnice spring he furrow of the plow through a years, although he was reared and Furniture, Wall Paper, Oil Cloths, Carpets, Window fitted. Both by her kind and pleas fiel- d- or an oft trodden path educated in the State of Ohio, hav ant manner and by her special suit right cheap come around and Shades.'Rugs, Mattings, Lace Curtains, picture frames. let me fix you tip. Satisfaction Tlieu he spoke ing first graduated from'the "W. W. WITHERS, Stanforjj.Ky. thtough the grass. Ohio preparation for this work, she tee litlgly of the'importatice of early Central University, &&rYn& andJ'a'tef took has won for herself the esteem "and guaranteed. vvc-vvDav s. - dilli-geiic- e, course at Lane's Seminary, of Cincinnati. With Prof. Ewers at the head, and such an able corps of teachers in the future as he has had to assist him during the past year, it means much for education iu old Rockcastle. Miss Mary D, Cox, the next on the list, needs no introduction to many readers of tin Signu.. She is we!! and favorably known as one of the lvest o'f instructors which the school has ever had.- This is fully demonstrateti iH the fact that the' year jUst closing i8 the fourth term she has beeii wjth us. and she' still continues to grow in favor, She is a native of this State an'd' a graduate of ( aldwell College, Danville, Ky.-Hespecial work here is the music department. Under her efficient management this part of the work has grown till it is now the largest class in the history of the school. She seems to be equally at? home with the violin, mandolin, a 'post-graduate confidence of her pupilsi It is certainly an art to know how to manage small children in school) and in this respect Miss Coble has proved herself equal for any and Capital every emergency. It is notleVery school First Stifck, OrF"sV Nanal 1 AFFORD, 100,000. Bank,, $17V&20 A KY. Surplui, that cau boast of a teacher G-- DIRECTORS: as well fitted for his work as Miss Coble is for her department. J. W. Hayden, W, P. Walton J. IL Collier, M D) Elinor . Ricil, T. P. Hill, S. HBaughman, W, A. dribble, i M. .T. Miller aud S. T. Hai'rfo. " OA-M COLOffCR r OWEN UNDfeRTAKk&S; & - Caskets, Coffins, Robes, Etc.; KENTUCKY. BRO'DHAD, 1 Tile Lincoln Count v OF STANFORD, - a-- NATIONAL KX BANK Capital $loo,ooo - o; , - 1 H'EN-pERSON- Cnni-nienceme- ut yr -- She-lias- - - - - - 1 -- MCKENZIE JONAS VERNON, KY, MT -- " WILLISUndertaker I GRIFFIINP Practical - Mc-Kinle- y, '33(3pCX'X3KdT3K W. W. WITHERS FURNITURE STORE he'-'ref- &-r!j!rw- CC & -- - v-- 1 ) "'Viifife-- ' v. . ,. ,., j 1 it " &! Mt Vernon Signal ' SaT' Friday, June i, 1900. f ' The store ot Thomas Alum, Wayne county, ' and burned. There is by ;P,itblishcd every Friday the robbers. Henry EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. farmer, lost his house contents by fire. Mrs. seriously burned while Why discuss as plain a subject child. $I.OO SUBSCRIPTION ONK YEAR as to whether or not we elect a Representative Gilbert introducGovernor this fall? It is perfectly ed bills to increase pensions as folplain that we must 'ind he we will. Advertising rates made knrwn on lows: Harden Golden, Bevier, increase to $25 per month; George W. qpplicatio7i McClure, Mt. Vercon, to $40. erans at Louisville, and thereby set other roads, which gave liberally also. When w the L. & N. does a thing it i always done well. a lively pace for the STATE- elect Joseph C. S. iBlac'kburn's credentials were presented to. the Senate by Mr. Jones, propcrlyVsighed by Gov. Beckham. He succeeds Win. Lindsav. SenaVor He .National Bank, of London also saw the Secretary of War to yr. secute the discharge of Mr. Good-loof Richmond, who is now servin the Philippines, and jvhose ing Roberts, at health has failed. was robbed The Controller Sn'tirday last auno clew to Taylor, a thorized tfie National Branch Bank and entire of Kentucky, nt Prnuklnrt, to begin Taylor was business with n capital ot $100,000. rescuing a The Republican organ remarks e. 4 J ANNO UNCEMENTS. HON. G. G. GILBERT, :$ WILDIEM. - Wo Are authorized to nnnounrr tlio c OF SIIKLHY COUNTY, to Congrebs candidntc for district, subject to uny from thin,tlic regular notion of the Democratic party. 11 Hayes and H. H. Wood attended court at Mt. Vernon, Monday. ' J. Fish, W. Rev. Ballou filled his regular appointment at the Christian church here the third Sunday, the first in three months, on account of small.We have no desiie to pay any iulsome eulogy to the teachers of pox at this place. the college, nor shall we do so. Jas. McGuire died at his home on Brush Creek on the 24th ult., fills a loug-fel- t The Principal, who aged 96 years. He had lived in this county nearly all his life, and until a short time before his death had always enjoyed excellent health. want, has displayed not only his ability to teach but judgment in the selection of his assistants. They are equipped by nature and by training for the positions which they so acceptably fill. The academic classes speak of Miss Dove Letcher as a model teacher and the gradu ates sing her praises as a superb instructor of Latin, while the children of the primary say there was never a better teacher or one more loved than Miss Maud Coble. The "work of both clearly prove their ability and the perceptible growth of the minds of the pupils proclaim in letters of living light their success as teachers. They are both splendid singers, and possessing very superior qualities of both heait and tnuid, have been instrumental in building up our town spiritually and intellectually. Miss Mary Cox has added much strength to the school by her untiring efforts in the . rakjtatiou room and in her music we is much in lova with hers vyqrk fpr which she is so well endowed. With such a superb faculty there is ud reason why the school should not be built up and be made a great $ower for good. We most sincerely hope and wish that it will blossom a 5 the rose and be made a shining light in our community. that "Mr. Beckham, be it understood, is Governor de facto; Mr. Taylor is still Governor de jure." Oh, well, just let it rc at that for this one week. The Federal is the Government de facto; the Confederate is still the Government de Miss Maud Cardwell, daughter jure. Un with tlie dance, and let of Judge C. O. Cardwell, of Camp-ton- , joy be unconfined. died suddenly ot heart trouble. With the bubonic plague in Sin She was ill only a few hours. Francisco, the black vomit in Rio John Abbot, of Wayne county, Janerio, tariff in Porto Rico, the while cleaning a gun, was shot Neeley scandal in Cuba, contract through the breast and will die. labor in Hawaii, bribery and corHe did not know it was loaded. ruption in the Philippines, ship The Loudon District Conference loads of Japanese coolies on their of the Methodist Episcopal Church. way, trusts, monopolies, a multi South, assembled at Clay City with tude of stnke3, ana other evils too a large attendance of delegates and numerous to mention, the people visitois. Bishop H. C. Morrison of the United States stand in great opened the Conference. The need of a change of doctors. charges of the district show 400 conversions since last September. o, Tho Illntl You Ilavo Alvny3 Bought, ana ivhlcli liafl been, of in i:jo for over 00 yearn, has borno tlio signaturepcr-nuulo under liis niul has been jp sonnl supervision slnco IlH Infancy. Allow no 0110 to deceive ymi in tills. are Imfc All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Experiments that trifle ivitli and endanger tlio health of Infants and Children T3xpcrlcnco against Experiment. 7 Just-as-goo- d" are- - iS CABTOR1A ParC-gorl- c, Castorla i.i n harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It ia Pleasant. It coutnliiu neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Ita ago iu its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Fcvcrishncss. It cures Diarrluea and Wind Colic. It rcliovcs Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates tho Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Chiidrcn'a Panacea The Mother's' Friend. Em GENUINE CASTORIA AtWAYS Bears tho Stenaturo of may be the virtues of Mr. W. S. Taylor, we will wager you a mess of greens and jowl that the Republicans will not run him for Governor this fall. They dare hot run him again. He is not sick. He is amply able both mentally and physically to enter the battle again, but they durst not put him up. The Kimi Yau Have Always Bought The good, sober, Christian Republicans can not and will not support Signaturo of (jX&ffi&C&'Z a man about whom the coils of evidence are being woven so closely .and whose guilty conscience made such a coward out of him that he fled to the protecting wiutj of Indig ana's sympathizer who shelters refugees and criminals. S. S. Ball was home f rom Pari Sunday. Peter Shutts, Sr., who dropped Tate and Griffin mad a success dead at his home last Thursday of heart trouble, was the only soldier, ful raid in this community las to our knowledge, who served in week. the Civil wa:, who never applied Jas Barnett has a very sick for a pension, but always said he did not want it as loug as he could child. live without it. He was heard to Wauz Baker's died of whoopsiy some time before his death that ing cough. when he died he wanted to be B. G. Mullins has sold his farm buried by the soldiers in the Blue on Wolf creek and contemplates and Gray. S. II. Martin was the moving to J, S. Laugford's farm at only Confederate soldier present, Cove. while there were several Northern Henry Bales has a very sick soldiers. child. Whatever Mrs W. H. Bower has returned Young S. Dishman, of Monti-cellto her home at this place, after a while firing a rifle, received a two weeks' visit with relatives and wound from the breech-pin- , which friends at Falmouth and Danville. was imbedded in his skull just R. E. Brooks has moved back to above the eye. The doctors reGum Sulphur. He had been in the moved the pin, but he will probably dry goods and grocery business at die. his place for two or three months, A strange disease has appeared and I suppose made enough to reamong the horses at Owensboro tire. and iu the Knottsville vicinity Tandy Smith is with his mother Within six days nine horses have at this place this week. His father, died at Owensboro and several in "Uncle John," is at Silver Creek, the Knottsville neighborhood. running the railroad pump for him. The horses rarely ever show any There was some excitement in symytoms of illness belote they our quiet village a few days since, drop in the harness. caused by Billie Moss Chasteen Gov. Beckham appointed Dr. J. S recklessly ridiDg through the streets Redwiue, of Jackson, Superintenand discharging his pistol. There is no place like home (Frankfort) dent of the Eastern Kentucky Asylum for the Insane at Lexingfor Billie, and he is preparing to go ton, and Dr. C. C. O.wens, o batk there. A Maysville, Superintendent of-- , the At last, afttr six monCf '"riod Institute, at Frankting, wrangling and foaming at the fort. mouth, the gubernatorial contest Sheriff Collier and posse lodged has been decided in favor of Mr. Beckham by the U. S. Supreme in jail at Richmond William Foler, Court. Now that this question has white, and Henry Hockaday, colorbeen settled and the sun has been ed, charged with attempting to asin eclipse and no one hurt, we hope sassinate James Butner, son of n we will have a peaceful, quiet time William Butner and a the remainder of the summer, and youugmau, near Paint Lick. keep our miuds on the ides of next William D. Leslie, a Louisville November. and Nashville railroad freight brakeman, is credited with a heroic deed at East Bernstadt iu saving I the life of an old man a, the peril T?or Infants and Children. of his ovtu. Feeble-lrriiidewell-know- PINE HILL, f ThelM You Have Always Bought TT MURRAY The Pine Hill Goal Co. has closed the mines here, having dis- In Use For Over THC CCNTAUR COMMNV. TtCT. 30 Years. VOW K BIW CITY. CASTOR A At the new sawmill of James Reed, near Butlersville, Allen county a cylinder head on the engine become detached, striking the fireman. He will recover. A renewal of the Philpot-Griffifeud in Clay county is threatened. n ORLANDO. candidate for Governor. This will be very gratifying to those who want Gov. Beckham nominated without opposition. The Chief Justice says that when his term of office expires he will locate iu Frauk-for- t and practice law exclusively before the Court of Appeals. Cmuv Justice J. H. Hazelrigg D. B. Langford has sold his announces that he will not be a stock of goods to Woods Bros., of near Wildie, who will continue the business. T. W. Anderson has moved into the Moore property iu the southern part ol town. Mrs. Geo. Johnson was called to Withers on accouut of the illness of her aunt, Mrs. Ike Dooley. The L. & N. R. R. Co., through its capable President, Milton H. be on a boom. Geo. Johnson can Representative Boreiug has reSmith, has given $1, '000 for the en- get enough to load a car most any quested the Secretary of the Treastertainment of tile Couledefate vet- - day ury to extend the bonds .of the First The tanbark business seems to passing counterfeit mouey, skipped GRAND GIFT DISTRIBUTION. out, leaving his bondsmen in the Sugar Shell Free to A Forty-Cen- t lurch. Every Married Lady. In the suit at Middlesboro of W. EciTORInsert name of your paper H. Turner vs. R. C. Ford for the We believe that the most effecMayor's office, which was tried in tive advertising we can do is to get the Circuit Court, judgment was samples of our goods into the rendered in favor of Turner. The homes of the people. Therefore, case will be taken to the Court of we are sending an elegant sterling Appeals, and until it decides the silver-plate- d sugar shell, such as we question Ford will stay in as sell regularly at 40c. each, to every Mayor. married lady in the United States for it. There is nothReturns irom the Republican who writes gift is absolute. conventions so far held in the ing to pay. The You will confer a tavor upon your Seventh Appellate district show lady readers by making this an140 votes for E. C. O'Rear on first in your paper. Each instructions, only a fractiou of a nouncement lady will send her name only, as vote of enough to nominate on the this too valuable a gift to send to first ballot. persons who don't ask for it themChief Justice Hazelrigg, of the selves. We give choice of any of Court of Appeals, has authorized our 40c designs, and will send illusthe statement that he will not be a trations from which selection may candidate for Governor. Upon his be made. retirement from the bench, Judge QUAKER VALLEY MFG. CO., Hazelrigg will return to the prac- Morgan and Harrison Sts. Chicago. tice of his profession. A. A. Nash, who was arrested at Hartford several months ago for solved partnership. Gus. Harris left last night for Louisville to attend the Confederate reunion. Mr. Forrester, of Mt. Vernon, Wc& has been here for some time transis the place to buy acting busiuess with Mr. Gus. Owens, one of our merchants. Dr. Thomas is improving rapidly, and is much better than' he was a Oils. few days ago. Prescriptions Carefully Compounded. Prompt Attention at All Times. We have had a deluge of rain Call When In Town. here, and the weeds are doing so C C. DAVIS & CO.,Mt Vrirnon, Ky. well that it behoove the fanners 'Phone No 3 to begin working theit corn ovet. Mr. Tom Jones is still pushing work on Cloutz's sawmill, and in a 4 Kmrnu w&iJiPwni few days will be ready to put lum JilffP ber on the yard for shipment. Frank Cottingin and brother are putting on a carload of tanbark. The yard here is filled up with staves, but it appears from the If not, something must be length of time they have been here wrong with its food. If the that buyers are scarce, or that the 4 mffnAn i .villi 1am'4 msviim owners are holding them for higher ish it, she needs SCOTT'S prices. EMULSION. It supplies the Jfsv&'.pfrrrr mra xs&mmiSsSJt In I The miners received their pay 4 Cltllltllk HI Idl ICIIUIICU IUI p 111 for the month of April day before Av S'iUM' the babv. If babv is not H !i' sq rat asam llfK)vfaK' VMS fax 7AmV iaKa X yesterday. nourished by ib artificial food, then it requires We have quite an opportunity 4 FttD) offered us for a trip to Louisvillo and return for 2.20, and many are TRY A PAIR) taking advantage of it. Half a teaspoonful three There are rumors afloat that or four times a day in its arother company will take hold of hnftle will have the desired the mines where Messrs. Welch effect. It seems to have a Mt. Veinon, Ky and Harris have let go, and con magical effect upon babies tinue operations, but nothing definand children. A fifty-ceite has yet been learned. bottle will prove the truth Dr. Thomas is furnishing this or our statements. town with Ice, and also shipping Should be taken in summer as some to Mt. Vernon. well as winter. GREEfM FRONT DRUG STOREPaints and - $; Drugs, Patent Medicines, Jewelry, Cigars and Tobaccos, 1. I Does the iu'cW. V""f! Baby Thrive I f f I Scott's Emulsion I ?gg) ft :' ''. i f Houk & Son, t I t ;oc. and St.oo, all druggists. SCOTT & DOWNE, Chemists, New York, When $20 worth of goods, we will give you a nice picture and frame free. ... nt i I i any one has piuchased HOUK AND SON. A Woman Wanted: To buy poultry ol of all kinds. We will pay tl.e highest market prices. Houk 3C"tf & Only Knows what suffering from foiling of the) womb, whites, painful or Trreguler menses, or any disease of the distinctly femlntno organs Is. A man may sympa-thlr- o or pity but ho can not know tho agonies eho Roes through tho terrible suffering, so patiently borne, which robs her of beauty, hope and happl-nos- s. et this sufferlnc really la needless. Son. Mt. Vernon, Ky. I want to hire ten good teams to go to Jellico, Tenn. to haul twice-a-month. Wanted. McELREE'S lumber. Will pay cash Wine of OffAd . ', J. W. Maruju & Soh. 31-t- f Mt. Vernon, Ky. For good suit of clothes from $75 uP as high as you want them call and see C. C. Davis, at Drug- store. Insurance of all Call 0fli-ce- Iritnrlo KlUUb at the i jytt Vernon, TO TOBACCO GROWERS. Tobacco growers, if you want to mow of a process, guaranteed to keep your tobacco free of worms, write for free information to Hil-t.i- s Signal Bros., McFall, Mo; inayiS5-- ! druggist. For advice in cases requiring special directions, address, tile ".Ladies AdvtSOrv T)innrftntif -. tr: -- " I xuv Vumiunuoga jjicuicinc L.O., 3 It. This inedicino all " female diseases " quickly and permanently. It does away with humiliating physical examinations. The treatment may be taken nt home. There i3 not continual expense and trouble. The sufferer 13 cured and stays cured. Wine of Cardul is becoming the leading remedy for'all trouMes6f this class. It costs but'$i from any c'urc3 will banish 5 ' Vf j ,r . iOr "L c Chattanooga, Tenn. 1 f ; to write iu bo Iri every "This wouicn." Wonderf ul medicine ought house where there are efrls I "Sfc'k rpy" mr'r w N gmraawifcWMu.gti www -J "4th "vttmn atmufi tM t? -- , f i , . t V A. n Mrs. W. H. 'Cottingim is seriousChildress, T. D. Hurst, E. A. Her-rii- l, $3d$3d$B Wm J.inville, J. H. McKinny, ly ill at this writing. H. C. Cromer. A J; Stuns-- W. B. '0. Jerome Adams and wife and Mr. Vernon, Ky June i , 1000 Sayers, and A. K. McClary as Jo?- Sowder, of Stanford, was Misses Annie Owens and Cora foreman. l'uledui jji1 here yesterday,', for Adams visited W". H. Collyer on Entered at the Mt. Vernvj, Ky PUT IT JURY. as tec 'drunkenness, -mall mutter flknob in the western part W. C. Ciirnnrnl, J. Brown, the J. IS. Honk and wife, Miss Vin-iif- e J. J. Brown, Urmi Chirk, J. H, of thib county last Sunday. The Adams and Master Burdettc Reams, A. G. Bunietie, Geo. sick man is improving. Overe 200 MASONIC. Hi uk .spent a few days iti the city BUY YOUR Atdilnnd Lodge No, 640 meeis 2rd MomLivesay, Sr.; A. L Sowder, G., W. people, were present while Rev '. lili week. Jay 10 A in. Taylor, John llnlcomb, Milton Williams deliveied an able sermon, ' " .' Sam Brown returned from the Doan,' J. B. Lnr. Jacob' Pike, his text bsing ''and this we'll do if churches. . Campbv-1N isliville Law school Saturday. IIouk, lohuotlian Pit Cbrisitiun Holds Hervicei 1st & Sr I Sunday ' man', Wm. Kinser, Granville Rob- God permits." at U a. in. aml'at6:30p. in. Misses Nannie and VictbriaElrod, erts, W. J.- Chasteen, Nirnroo" T. D. Mullins went to Louisville of Somerset, are visiting their sisSmith, iG. M. Sigman, J. S. Jop- on business, E. A. Herren, G. M. 1'resbytermn Holds nervines on Mie 4t.il ter, Mrs. Dave Henderson. Sundny lin, Abe Adams, Frank Cottengim Bollardj E. B. Smith, W. S, CumThe declamatory contest held at and Neal Pairett. ;; mins, Matt Pike, Charley Harris s Baptist on tlio Second the college last night was The following are the cases as and Alfred Owens went to Mt, Baturday night and S nudity. Sunday in every particular. The judges disposed of, tins court: C. W. Veiuon Monday. Hchool nt 9 in cvry Sunday. L'rnyvr gave the first prize to Miss Fannie meeting on Tuesday nllitn. - OF McClure and second to Miss Delia ring selling liquor unlawlully act. J. J. Clancy is repainting the quited, Elza Langlbrd, pistol case Arnold. discharged, H. A. Doan in two many dwellings belonging to ' To Col. Louis LtJiidrum, of the liquor cas, fined $100 and cost in Mrsers Bowman and Cockrel which ft U Q Central Record, we are very much one and the other was continued, adds greatly to the town. Findebted for the many kindnesses Sam McClure selling liquor continAW .. .t Miown us uuring our snort stay in ued, Alferd O.'vvens and Hiram Cox Strawberries.- - I will have Dr1. M. Pennington is very his little city Mrs. last week. malicious shooting discharged, about 3,000 plants to dispose cf this Sick. Henry Oliver, pistol discharged, tan 01 my own raisiug. uiey are Ed Douglass and Lige Moore, Frank Ball murdea continued the earliest ripening by May 5 Mrs. A. IS. Ewers has been very negroes, were arrested at Lexing- Nailer Towery disturbing religious and the largest some measuring 5 started out on a protracted fishing Bring your friends and try Mrs, ill. ton, charged with, libel. The men worship continued, John Phillips inches around. Send me your or- tour and returned the same night, S. W. Davis for photos. 333.t'i' Don't fail to call on Mrs. S. W. der for the amount you want. the cool nights being loo much for ' are accused of circulating a story pistol 'not guilty,' Garfield Clark 1 Davis for photos. Notice. To those needing any thac the body 0 Isaac Walker's disturbing riligious worship not Price 40 cents per hundred for fall our tender bodies. Mrs. George Hughs died SunS. C. Franklin, dentist work done, I will be at the.4 daughte' who died' recently, was guilty, .HampMize gaming $20 and planting. day of rheumatism. Mr. Josh Dunn is visiting friends Joplin House, during the May term Mt. Vernon Ky. cost, Marion Mink gaming $20 and eaten by rats. of Circuit Court and will remianit in Garrard county this week. cost, Alferd Owens pistol $25 andJ Dr. John M. Williams is in LouWABD. one week, J. W. Grant Dentist isville attending the reunion. The prize, a McCauly History of ten days in jail. By order of the ardent admirers of May 4, 4t. . The many Mrs. Sue Mullins, of Livingston, England, offered by C. C. Williams court the following cases were Geo. Davison, of Somerset, was Miss Ella Dunn will be pleased to Elza here Saturday. to the student making the most striken from the docket. was here visiting this week. ADDITIONAL NEWS. learn that she will soon return to Langford pistol, W. M. Pike pistol, general progress, was last night Great opportunity offcri d to good C. M. McKenney, of Hansford, Rev. O. M. Wallin and Miss Sa- Brodhead, after a protracted visit to James Pennington, and Charlie Bethurum assault and batreliable men. Salary "of $15' per' gave us a pleasant call Monday. rah Davis were married on the 23d. in Garrard county. the prize offered to the one being tery. Jas Farris selling pistol to week and expenses for man with-riRev. H. T. Williams went to Mrs. Laura Proctor, of Wildie, the most pains taking with their, minor, Sames Bakr malicious misProf. Charlie Chandler was down to introduce oui Poultry Mix-- i visited relatives here this week. penmanship was awarded Chester chief, Bill Jack Adams nuisance, Price Valley church last Friday. Sunday to see his best girl. tureand Insect Destroyer in the Jas Saudin and Rebecca Morris A large crowd attended meeting Miss Ellen Butncr has returned Laudrum. Mrs. Mary A. Hughes, wife o country. Send stamp, American adultery, G. A. Parker malicious on the Sand Knob, Sundav. from Cincinnati much improved.Mfg. Co., Terre Haute, Ind. Feb . Geo. W. Hughes, died on the 27th G. S. Sowder and wife, of A Chicago dispatch refers to shooting and Thos Pettit gaming, Mrs. J. W. Tate of Brodhead Teun.. are visiting relatives ult., near Hickory Grove. Mrs. WOULD NOT SMFFER SO visited her brother Walter Turpi n Taylor's "enforced absence from Dock Langford, selling liquor, conhis own state.'' How "enforced?" tinued; Lewis Vaughn, pistol, not in this vicinity. H, had been" a patient invalid for AGAIN FOR FIFTY TIMES Wednesday. Taylor left Kentucky of his own present, judgment A, J. Cress visited the home folks many years. ITS PRICE. taken; Lewis Jim Hayes, Jones Fish, Will free will and accord; the State has Vaughn, assault ana battery, $10 Saturda and Sunday. I awoke last night with severe Jones, and others were here from a genuine affection that is to say, I am proud to inform the many pains in my stomach. and cost; Lewis V,aughn, breach of I never felt R. L. Bray has caught 13 moles Wildie, Monday. an attachment, a requisition, an in- peace, $10 andcost; same breach thisspring, capturing n in one day. friends of W. H. Collyer that at this so badly in all my life. When I writing he is feeling much better. came down to work this morning Mrs. W A. Morrow, of Somer- tense yearn for him. Can it be of peace, $10 and cost; Ton: Rose, that Gov. Mount is detaining him selling liquor, $100 and cost; John set, accompanied her husband here He enjoyed Rev. Williams' sermon felt so weak I could hardly work. against his will? tliisUerm of court. Debord pistol, continued; Bob Ping Sunday evenibg. at his summer re- w ent to Miller & McCurdy's drujj ' Tl selling liquor, continued; store and. they recommended Wily sort on top of the Sand Knob. r H.G. Suttoii, and J. S. Reppert 'E- C. Walton; the polite and gen- Parker, pistol, stricken from the ivjp Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Were among the familiar laces, tlemanly business manager of the R. H". Hamm is on a business Diarrhoea Remt-dy- . Miss Helen Thurmond's school It worked docket; Joe Lamb, pistol, continwhich we saw Monday. Interior Journal, wasjiere Monday, ued'; Sam Southard, gamingf con- closed last Friday, with much satis- trip to Louisville this week, aud like magic and one dose fixed me came "up hustling through the crowd, taking tinued; John Meadows, Miss Berda Martin will take in the Confederate re- all right. It certainly is 'the finest charge to the patrons. attend, the entertain- new subscriptions and raking in with murder, acquitted; T). P. Bc- - faction Wednesday to hing I ever used for stomach union while there. the dollars. Bro. Ed., we are al- thuruni, charged with tryinjr to Rev. Livingston filled his regular ment Wednesday night. trouble. I shall not be without i: Mrs. J. W. Gilpin, who has been ways glad to see 3 ou come and as term'(aPPointmetlt at the Christian church in my home hereafter, for I should Mr. and Mrs. Rome Adams, of equally glad to know that you take bribe a juror at the February very low for a long time and not not care to endure the sufferings ot Saturday night and Sunday. Livingston, visited relatives here away with you plenty of new sub- of court, acquitted. expected to live, has gone to her last night again for fifty times its Miss Belle Farris, who has been and at Maretburg first of the week. scriptions when you leave, for it is Our people hope the price. G. H. Wilson, Liveryman, staying with Mrs. J. B. Farmer, has mother's. good for indigestion to read the B. J. Bethurum and Mesdames move will prove beneficial and that Burgettstown, Washington Co., Pa. w gone home for a short rest. Interior. This remedy is for sale by Thco attending the M. C. Miller are she may recover from what all Wesley, Mt Vernon, Ky. Old Uncle Jim Wiggins has been reunion in Louisville this thought a fatal sickness. Just before going to press we reMact Pike is learning the car- quite sick for several days with week. COURT CALENDAR. ceived a letter from J. H. Bloomer, Mrs. Dave Hurt is very low with la grippe. Mrs. M. C. Williams and chil- of Woodstock, Ky,, and also a penters trade County Court. Fourth M01. catarrh. dren, of Stanford, left yesterday to sketch taken from a Missouri paper Mrs. J. R. Carter is visitinig relday in each month. Miss Jane Leece" is very sick at Mrs. Tony Brooks is visiting her visit her sister, Mrs. Sam Hooker, announcing the serious . illness of atives in Nashville, Tenn. Quarterly Court. Fiist Monher sister's, Mrs. Wilmot. day in January, April, July and at Russellville. mother, Mrs. Francisco, T. J. Bloomer, who. went from this Section Foreman Doss and- wife, Mr.. Cash- Herron was in town October. Mr. Ed. Walton, business manHon. Robert Harding and John county to that state about one year have goue to house keeping. Saturday, with a pleased smile on Circuit Court. Secoud Mop( W. Rawlings, of Danville, were ago. Mr. Bloomer was traveling by ager of the Interior Journal, was day in February, Fourth Monday-iface on account of the recent May and Third Monday in Sep here Wednesday looking alter the himself and had a stroke of apo- ' Mrs. Sopha Monk is visiting her his here Monday mixing with the boys. tember. plexy, aud when found was lying parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hahn. fine showers. railroad case. Mount Ed. is a clever fellov, and there is by the roadside in an unconscious Mt Vernon Police Court; Mrs. R. S. Martin was quite sick ,The stock of goods belonging to state. About Thompson returned to Mrs. Jude no man on earth who will defend Third Monday in each month. . $75 in money and a W. H. Cotteri'gim were sold at watch Avas fouud upon his person. hcr.hoinc in Lebanon Junction af- last week; also Mrs. Harris, Mrs. the rights of Democracy ' stronger Martin's mother, who Is visiting public auction here Monday, every His shoulder was dislocated, sup- ter a weeks visit to her parents at than he. thing broiight a very lair price. P. A. Pennington, D. D. S.; M. D Mrs. M. posed to have been caused by fall- this place. Rvissell Dillon resigned his place ing against something. Judge Cantrill, who is now holdHe is in a Mrs. Maud Sprow, who has been DENTST, Miss Lida Cook is visiting relais'magistrate to accept a position very serious condition and but little as Mrs. F. ing court at Versailles, ordered stopping with her mother, N W Cor. Third and Chestnut Sts. tive near Mt. Vernon. as lumber inspector at London, aud hope of his recovery. sued yesterday a bench warrant LOUISVILLE, KY. Francisco, has left for Louisville, G. M. Ballard was appointed in his against W. S. Taylor, who is inWill Pikes wife is with home where she wili join her husband dicted as being an accessory to the Will be at Miller House, Mt place.! Arthur W. Piatt, who was sen- folks near Brodhead. city. murder of William Goebel. The ernon during all Circuit Courts. and go to housekeeping in that Mr. John Craig requests us to say tenced to four years iti the peniW. M. Fields returned to his Mrs. Sarah Totten visited her warrant was placed in the hands of that Rev. J. L. Davis of Williams- tentiary for killing Jesse Tyree, has burg will begin a protracted meet- been released, and will take up his home Saturday. brother, ' Geo. W. Hughes, Satur- Acting Sheriff John Suter. G. W. Mcclure. J. W. Brown; first Sunday ing at Providence the Cy Owens had a fine mule to day, near Hickory Grove, whose McCLURE & BROWN By order of the court the term trade as a printer in Lexingtpn, die Friday. yife is very low and cannot live of the circuit court well last two s Piatt was an attendant at LexingDr. P. A. Pennington, dentist, of weeks instead of one. Uncle Henry Rice shipped a fine but a few days. ton asylum at the time he killed Mt. Vernon, Ky. Louisville, is at the Miller House, All business entrusted to our care Rev. A. J. Pike filled his regular prepared to do all kinds Tyree, who was one one, of t,he pa colt to his son Charley at May this week, The pupils receiving the highest appointment at Buckey, Garrard grade for the month of May are as will receive prompt attentionj of, dental work. Will remain one teidts. The crime was committed wood last week. Office room No. 8 in the old Brick sixteeu years ago, and Piatt fled to . weeJc.lougcr. follows; George Griffin and family have' 'county, Saturday and Sunday. Hotel. COLLKGEDEl'ARTMENT, At a ineeting of the boaid of trus England. After thirteen years he moved back to their home at this J. G. Frith continues to run his 95 T. A. Stewart tees of district No. 14 Livingston wrote to the local authorities say- place. sawmill, and is getting out a nice C. C. WILLIAMS, R. L. McFerron 94 following teachers were ing that he was willing to give Ky. the for the market. Mr. Vaul'ook will put up a lot of lumber INTERMEDIATE. emdloyed for the ensueing year: Aottrney-at"Lahimself up. Sheriff Ed Gross and 96 I see in Sunday morning's Times Clydie Cass.. GM. Ballard, Principal ; Mrs. G. groceiy store here in the near Wit. Vernon Ky. Attorney Ed Ferrell made the trip 96 Risse Williams Gov. Taylor has got M. Ballard, first assistant; Miss Lil-l- ie that would-b- e future. abroad and brought the man back. 95 Fannie Sparks 80ffice on 2nd fioor of new Bullied secand, assistant. as life insurance agent over in Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Adams and a job brick on Church street. Special McKenzie Brown 95 certain past attention given to collections. family was visiting relatives in Indiana. In view of About 200 people were present raiMARY. and future evetits, I would suggest on Saud Knob, Sunday, to hear Maretburg and Mt. Vernon. Ralph Forrester 95 that he place the biggest policy on :Rev. W. M, Williams preach. His i Lela May Lovell 94 Nelson Griffin and John Hunt, The following are the Juries R. G.WILLIAMS, was, "This we will do if Gou , his own life.' the later of Roland is here ou a Collyer, who has empaueled Monday morning:sold two yearl.permit." W. H. W. M. Hysinger, Your correspondent, Tas. Owens, at-Law - gone there for' his health; was presfishing trip. GRAND JURY. ing mules to some. Lincoln parties Gedrge Willie Owens, John Haley, ent and scernqd (o enjoy the day Gt H. Reynolds, Rev. Martin ' J. T. Blankenship went to Mt. ., for '70. ' MT.. VERNON. KY. ' Brown and Uncle Albert Owens Owens',' K. J. McKtnney, J. C. Vetnouyery much. Saturday on business t Mt. Vernon Signal The entertrtnment at the " Col- lege Wednesday night was' a" success in eveip particular. : - XCpCCDcC 33Wk .' , i Poft-offi- nn-c- lj F-- f JLlo I JbvINJ . - " Cltohing, Hats, t; - Clmfch-'-Scrvice- first-clas- 's Shoes Furnishings WWooW PERSONAL i 33-3- Cummins & JVlcClary WXX3!(WW - Stanford, Ky. a If - Wool-dridg- e, . - I BRODHEAD J T i Con-ledera- tc LIVINGSTON I . , this-week- . - Attorney w, -. Diraife Court 1 tet - Attorney -- . - . I - . M. u; e. JfwSB iw mVBb IB uc iiaaaHl ffiiirt H Come to Town to See Us. HOME MARKETS.. Corrected ench week by Honk & Suit,,Mt. Vernon, Ky, Arii.ncuk'.s Coffee I.idii Cofiie toe, I2e, 15c Ci'c n Coike. Kluiir, No. i.per.bairel $4.25 Iklle-oLincoln per h'rl 375 U iiv flouniWr barrel 95 " N'o 4 5 $4.25 Lbelle flown H con, per lb 100 Duo'l Uoone Soap; 3 cakes 100 jyi Mnr soap, $ cases Rkc, No. 1, per lb GriiMihiled Sugar per lb 6tfc 6c Ecita Light Brown Sugar lb Mprup. Caramel, gal. bucket 35C h rxlium. best 40c ShijMuff. per hundred, $1.00 r q Ctiiico, ali the best brands Calico; nil cheap grades 5c & unuer Ojn goods 8J3C Cloihing. suits, 75c to $15.00 gets in Lard ioc in .small lots: 50H) lot or more. Northern seed oats none on hand Corn 25 ini or more per bu 60c Cnrii, lots less than 25 bu 65c Millet hay on hand Timothy hay per hundred $1.00 Potatoes per bu 75c ft n & j g. SOMK OF W TlilNT.S VV1C i2c I2c 1IAVK TO SF.l.L. If. I V. & h.d iT'-m- - H.miU 11 X-- Smi' .2 'Timothy, clover and y and bought 'u man Sh Vs ! all this fmiuU' f JJ, ir h s Uimm lfid voicU o O w J have 1 are the world. fiui-- for uli!i .iitd best mi fit the o iiiltet hay; corn, oats, all the year We have harness, sad 1!'S briddles, bridle bit, trace "&' cl.ains, Ieggiiii3. collars, blauk- ets, briddle bits or anything iv- - , I vvnnt a 5 pair of Friedtr .n Shoes. "ft a. A yoli walit in this hue. home-niaderga- Seel trap.0-- , cement fdrstoVe lining, i. r .' . - ft fD cl o - s fD p- - W TY Potatoes of all kinds for seed ttniotls for seed. Coiliiiig of nil kinds; Suits 0 1 from 75 cents tip to f 5.00 w X yf muslins, jenns, Suai.s, coftees, .Q leui", rice. Feathers per lb Cattle, estra shippers Cattle, common, Hogs, best heaviest Hogs, medium, Hogs, roughs, Sheep.Jextra good, Sheep, common, ,'i-w.- Ivgsperdoz 7 We keep the 40c $4.75 to 5.00 bestno bvit. shoddy. , P fD C3 C3 U.t meal, Hour, meal, salt-- V w and ShidsttfffsT. $2.75 10JS4.00 $5.o5 S4.95 $3.75 to $4 .40 $4.25 to$4.45 S3. 00 to 3.75 m m . . (J l'.ows ol all kinds,- plow points, SJMUSL (v..'- - ulucl c3cC RESOLUTIONS n: w )c( Houk & Son, .. - Hoes.spades, sh'bvels, forks, aud anything you want in this line Salt, aud bacon, &c, &c, &c, XXDCC ,4&&X&& j B. B. B. urpwnw. kv . W o O -- 1 1 S I . ?? k.K .. vr pqjqx W&?c&xfrc& . j j-- At the residence of Rev-B- . S. Davault, Rockcastle county, Kentucky, May 23d, Rev. O hU Wallin and Miss Sarah Davis, of Level Green. Bro." Wallin is 'well known as a successful schoolteacher and an Christian .gentleman. After having experi ence as' a teacher for tumy years, he steps from the schoolroom into the pulpit, and takes upon himself and lays hold of the com an given by our blessed Savior, "Go unto all tlieworld and preach My gospel!" Wr find him ready and willing at all times to push his call- ing to thqt great work of the Master, and the writer bids him Godspeed. high-minded, Married OF RESPKCT. Oak Him. Sunday School, BLOOD POISON CURED BY April 12, 1900. ) Whkrkas, It hath pleased our Heavenly Father to call from Hi. earthly Surday school on March 24, tooo, our beloved sister, Mrs. Ellen Hi.itt: therefore, be itj Resolved, That while we bow to the will of our Heavenly Father, we feel great sorrow for the departure of our beloved sister, who was a true and faithful worker among us. Resolved, That in the death of Sister Eller the community has lost one of its most useful and peace- ful members. She had the good- will of nil whose pleasure it was to know her. - -- vim aud determination, she achieved resolutions be sent to the family of for her5clf a s education, deceased, to the Mr. Vbrhon Sigand ranks with the highest, nal for publication, and also a copy and is one of Rockcastle's best spread upon our "miuute book. schoolteachers. We pray the blcss- Joshua Borkino; Jr., ing of God to smile upon the young A. K. McClary, couple, and that the sunshine of Moi.uk Hjatt, Backache should never b ueg His eterual love may illumine the Committee. lected. It means kidney disorder a pathway of life for them. which, if allowed to run too long,, A fatal policy is to neglect a The attendants on the bride and may result in Bright's disease, diabackache or other sign of kidney groom were Mr. J. J. Towery aud betes 01 other serious and often trouble. Foley's Kidney Cure is a . Miss May Sowders, the accom- sure remedy for Bright's disease, fatal complaints. Foley's Kidney Cure is guaranteed lor the kidneys. plished daughter of Mr. A. C, Sow- - diabetes, and gravel. C. C. Davis & Co., Mt Vernon; -- ders, of Level Green. C. C. Davis & Co., Mt. Vernon; And it is Dr. Clark, Brodhead; Hagan Bros. the opinion of the writer that they Dr. Clark, Brodhead; Hagan Bros.. Livingston. are both standing candidates for Livingston. QUICK RKLIKF FOR ASTHMA. ''the rites of matrimony, to be pro- - Men may differ ou politics, reMiss Maud Dickens, Parsons, uounced in its fullest form. Come ligion or finance, but all who have Kans., writes: "I suffered eight again, Miss May and Mi. J. J., we tried Banner Salve are agreed as to years with asthma in its worst form. its Worth for cuts, burns, soies, greatly enjoy your company. I had several attacks during the last piles and skin diseases. It's the year and was not expected to1 live Rev. B. S. Davaui.t. most healing medicine in the world. through them. I began using C. C. Dais & Co., Mt. Vernon; Foley's Honey and Tar,- and it has Fatal mistakes are made by Dr. Clark, Brodhead) Hagan Bros., never failed to give immediate those who do not heed the earlier Livingstou. relief." symptoms of kidney or bladder trouble that often end iu Bright's Cycling has its ups and downs. C. C. Davis & Co.. Mt. Vernon; disease or diabetes. When Foley's After the downs, use BannerSalve Dr. Clark, Brodhead; Hagan Bros., Kidney Cure makes the kidneys if you're cut or bruised. It heals Livingston. jv'ell, bow foolish it is to DELAY. the hurt quickly, I have just received a complete C. C. Davis &. Co. Mt. Vernon; Dr C. C. Duvis ft Co. Mt. Vernon; Clark, Brodhead; Hagan Bros., Dr. Clark Brodhead; liagan Bros., line cf photo material and can please you in any thing- yoti want. Liviflgston, fyivingstdt. xvxrs. o. w. jjavis. 33- first-clasto-da- Resolved. That we tender to her For the young bride we can't say bereaved husband, children and too much. She is a handsome, relatives our sincere sympathy in good, loving, Chris- their sad hour of bereavement, aud tiau lady, taleuted and cultured. exhort them to imitate her virtues, Raised up iu Rockcasile a poor girl, having the assurance that she rests she has undergone many trials and with her Savior. hardships; but being a girl full of Resolved, That a copy of these kind-hearted, - y Bottle Free to Sufferers. obstinate cases, the kind that have resisted doctors, hoi springs and patent medicine treatment, quickly yield to B. JJ. B. t,jjui iiuc uioou uaiinj, inorougniy ou Have tested for 30 years. raucous patches iu the mouth? Sore throat? Eruptious? Eating sores? Bone pains? Itching skin? Swollen glands? Stiff joints? spots? Chancres? Ulcolored ceration on the body? Hair aud eyebrows fall out? Is the skin a mass of boils, pimples and ulcers? Then this wonderful B. B. B. specific will completely charge the whole body into a clean, perfect condition, free from eruptions, and skin smooth with the glow of perfect health, B, B, B. drains the poison out of the system so the symptoms cannot return. At the same time B. B, B, builds up the broken-dowconstitution and improves the digestion. So sufferers may test B. B. B., a trial bottle will be given away free of charge B. B. B. for sale by druggistsatj $1 per large bottle, or 6 large bottles (full treatment) $5. Complete directions with each bottle. For trial bottle, address Blood" Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga. Describe trouble, aud free medical advice given Deep-seateCopper-n The Signal. and Tw.ce-a.weelf trouble( wi0l rheuraatism A. Courier Journal onejrearfor 51.25. jgive Chamberlain's Pain Balm a It will not cost you a cent Fish every Friday. Be sure and jf it 4oes no good. One applica-cain- e tion will relieve the pain. It also around t'. see us. cures sprains and and bruises in Mny 4. if. Houc&Son. Brodhead, JCentnoky. d the time required by any All workfirst-clas- s and guaranCuts, burns, For insurance of any kind, firec other treatment. teed to give satisfaction. life or accident, only the very best frostbites, qiiiusey, pains in the companies iu the United State side and chest, glandular and other represented. Call on E. S. Aj. swellings are quicKiy curtu by ap plying it. Every bottle warranted. bright, agent, at Signal office Price, 25 and 50 cts. Theo Wesley. 'Phone No. 1. k; W. . I Painter and Paper Hanger CARSON 1 one-thir- We have just received car loads Wc have just received a large of Horse Shoe Brand fertilizer and the prices arc very low. Command bill of flour in barrels and sacks, s;e us HOUK AND SON. which we guarantee to be as good as any on the market; and our Manufacturers prices are such its not to be of Lime and brick. Why buy when equaled J)y any firm iu town. Houk & Son. They also furnish Lime, Buil'Uag you can get tailor made clothing as cheap ot cheaper. Stone, rough quarry face or cut C. C. Davis. A SPECIAL OFFER. Orders promptly filled Signul from now until after The the November election for 35 cents or the Signal for that length of time 3943' r'i i A o. Call at the bignal, and the Courier Journal twelve KVlJ-lVAoffice, Mt. V ernon ,,i..M.,. for 65 cts. Hand-me-dow- n MT. VERNON LIME COMPANY Insurance of all O j 1 ST- NATIONAL A BEAUTIFUL FACE No woman can haTO a beautiful faco without health, and fow possess such perfect health as those who regularly uso wo-mo- n Capital teo.ooo. OP BANK, LONDON, KY. - Vmi "C T5 rfb hi FEMALE PANACEA. KflV.I GERSTLE'S Surplus i5,ooo Vice-Presiden- Pijg '& njy - -- nonHvpiirnniwnmnnpmf female trouble. even tho most stubborn cases which have Ol resisted doctors and all other treatment. , tiio it undoubtedly .u a Jincst T r. iil vr .t niale rraiurer iiii camoj, .May Hod lmcs, of lJlunclinrct. I.11.: bless you: your u. P. P. luerstle'a Female Panacea) cured me mid nnulo 1110 tlic hap picBt L'irl hi Amprirn." Harriet Martin iifHeurpv. Art., wrllpq. "Mv lie.illli linn been restored by 0. P. P. Inovcrcxpected to bo as well as .1 am Jarctta r. C. writes: iiuntcr. living In Laurens. S.oniaioeuni-plaints. J?nr six yeoralBunercd mini Doctors and modicincs did me no Bood. I suffered terribly from whites. 0. P. P. has cured me. ' Mnry A. Hum. of Marion, Ark..say:. One bottle of G. P. P. cured me." Andsowomisht quote, from fetters like these for an indefinite) period. It is Biitlident to add that D (Oeratlo's will perrna- Panacea) Of it Snllle P. Evans, of Columbia. 8. C, -- ".': BOREING. M. HOPE, President, R. M. JACKSON. Cashier. t, WK WANT YOUR BUSINESS. rj GET Female Miller Houses HUGH MILLER, PrdU trau.s. Enrat . WrttA in h r.inTTA' ltUT.Tn Cz.tTTl. Ch&ttAnoo- 8. Tenu., car L. Oervtls A Co., tot (im ailrlc contenting Tsur ouo. J? DRUGGISTS SELL G. F. P. B.rorter Headquartes fbr Conmercia Men.. at all For Sale By.C. C. DAVIS & CO., Druggists, Mt; Verriou.vKy. - Hotel Frith STOP AT THE F.' FRTAKCISCOJPropr. Located at the" Depot$Sgg8 EIGHT GABLES HOT fit, G LIVINGSTON. W-POP- Bbdtfed LiVtrv K'y Night-Travelin- Good Meet P'RbPR ' - KY. all Trains, Day and Men and Railroad men Solicited.' Wilt' lunches for'al! train's'. Attithtrf (tis r. I &