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Digital page images are linked to the text file. nuu1 cftnnu 4 1i t J J t t S 0 LUME Xl i MT VERNU Ji JLShJ UL E tJO U Y KY F t1 DAY JAN 11 1901 U 11 R 16 Ts TELL iJIYFRIENDS TO BEBRA 1rJ1JFrARLESS ANDLV YALTO THE GREATCOMiJION PEOPLE11 n New Iternfh Two prisoners escaped at Mid dlssboro by firing the jail Saturday broke all records of New VorStock Exchange All gradfes of refined sugar wsre advanced ten pointsX A fire brick pool with 1250000 capital was formed in Ohio Presidnt McKinley is ill from cold anti denies himselt to callers- Thigland i1 has ordered omljc jlYp ships which will be the largest in thewcrld 1 Unloading by speculators caused temporary alarm 6h the Ntw York Stock Exchange A detachment of British met a superior tprce of Boers and suffered a heavy loss Samuel D Caldwell United States Cojusular Agent at Seville Spajn died in London wire destroyed a building of the AirLine at Princeton Ind caus ing a loSS of 2OQPQU t There are eight murder cases on the docket of the Henderson Circuit Court at the present term The final vote will be taken on the Apportiment Bill in the House before adjournment tomorrow several Chicago shoe manufac tuie have organized a company with 1000000 to fight the rubber tustSDr W E Clark of Dixon Ky charged with performing a criminal operation was given a ten years sentence Brig pen James Cavanaugh a noted civil war veteran and Nat jonal Guardsman is dead in Brook lyn Gen vMacAfftHuf Has bVdered the deportment o number of promi nent Filipino officers ta the Island GuamThe public school children of New York sent 27907 to the P resident of the Board of Educa ion of Galveston The situation growing out of al leged unjust treatment of American concessionares by the Venezuelan Government is critical Thomas Childester a nineyear old boy killed hrs sister with a shotgun near Maritta O The mother may die of the shock Tjiie American Consul at Canton demanded the suppression of sev eral seditious native newspapers and the demand was acceded to Prof Albert B Hart of Han ard denies that in a recent sPeech- at Detroit he advocated burning at the stake as a legal penalty for negro crimes Stockholders in the German Nati9nal bank of Newport surrendered 30000 worth of stock Saturday and the bank will re sume business at early date Col R W Herr and Mr Dar win Jphnson were reappointed by vtfte Circuit Judges to their respetive oices ofQammissioner and Receiv er The terms are four years and the emoluments 5000 The uewly completed Tennessee tCeutral railroad was formally open Monday with the passage of a Knoxvilletbcaring 150 business men ot Nashvillee AR Burnam of Kentucky Who was Cadet Bpozs tent mate appeared before the Congreostonrl Investigating Committee and gave some important testimony relative to the alleged i II treatment of Boo7 by West Point upper classmejh atFraDkMBcasInerV of the German National Bank of Newport has fled from Honduras to Et1adbr anothr yshe is still in Honduras that he Js lit communication with his friends ahd sill probably scif render Tv or f BRODHEAD fx36pc8g c As there has not been any letter from our town for twoj weeks I will try to collect a fewtiitems so here we go ll iv Bro Henrickson hns gone to die Southern fart of Indiana to hold a series of IfieetingI Miss gllie Ptircell visited home r folks last Sunday Ijthe public inatalltion of the of the masonic lodge here Saturday night was quite a nice affair indeed A splendid supper was prepared at the Francisco Hotel and all present had a very enjoyable time Mrs J M Roberts wljo has been sick for some time with typhoid fever is improving slowly Irp V Tarrett returned Sun dayto his work at Lebanon Born to the wife of Whim Ad ams Friday a fine boy v Mrs Della Perkins of Bee Lik was the guest Sunday of Miss Mattie Brown Our accomodating railroad agent Mr Joe Farmer has a very sick child Mrs Vermillion of Danville is at the bedside of her sickmother Mrs W M Tharp Maurice Brown is the night owl at Brodhead this week Tom Francisco sold to James Hayes a pair of mules for 115 and to Mr James of Stanford one for 65 He bought of R P Pike a hbrse for 39 t r 3J u4 Rev A4 r Pike who has been preaching at Hayesville Marion county for the past two years Was unanimously called to that church again last Saturday for IgOr Miss Amy Pike one of Brod heals bells went to Mt Vernon on Tuesday to enter school at that placeMr D E Davis of Lancaster and Miss Maggie Gilpin of Biod head were united in matrimony last Monday night Rev A J Pike of ficiating Young Mr Pondand Miss Flora Winkler will be one by the time this goes to ipress Bro Pike is almost kept busy Mr James Roberts of Gum Sul phur was in town Tuesday Mr Ben Pike went to Mt Vernon on Tuesday to see his sister into school f Mr George Pike ot Livingston paid our girls a visit Monday night Messrs G W Castee and J H Wild ot Laurel county has been in our town a fewdays under the treatment of Dr Burdstt for their ees Mrs J S Burdett is visiting homefolks at Crab Orchard Our old friend R H Hamm has been resting for a few weeks and he is fatteningon it Squire Pence of near Mt Ver non was in pur town Tuesday Mrs Mary Colyer was inMt- VtrnonQn business the first of the week- Luther Jarrett has t a position with the Roge WheilfGo as tim her buyer Bob Roberts has moved to Maret burgSMiss Etta Pike attended an oyster supp fatMt mock Owens Saturday night Miss Delphia Cplyer pn pf our mst popular young ladles Centered College at Mt Vernpr Mbhday- last f s WI C MlfLLINS Mr Mullins visbjrn and Teared in this county axl has dtine much towardt1jhIildflg He has been iflt1i vnrioiK enterrI pnses in ihe cmtoJ1 ud has suc ceeded in urnriithir share of this worlds gfllS iiov owning some of thllmost desirable proper ty in Livingston wliere he lives He is genial wholesouled and bighearted tyc ready to help his fellow man when in distress and by his affable manti r and pe onalj magnetism vius friends wherever he goesIHestands ig hin Masoniy haying taken the Knights Templars degree and is now an officer of the Masoyic lodge at Livingston For sometime Mr Mullins has taken an active part in politics and had much to do in the recentI election to help the cause of ocracy in this county GOOCHLAD r T itilJstonJ- washere Mr L C Smith of I atevbay r jast3r week on businessC Baker ot Berea was here last Friday Mr GW Jon and Mrs Lillie I Hill were here visiting relatives the first of the week Mrs A 1 McG litre is very sick at thistwriting1 we hope that she will be out again soon Miss Joicy Ballard left here for Berea last Sunday where she will attend school this winter Miss Alza McGuire left this week to attend school at her Grandfathers Mr James Becknel near Cove Springs Jackson County Geo Gatliff hasp paiedto sleep early and late he has secured Himself large night cap to keep the mosquetos from interfereing with his rest W H Ballard killed a very large yIMr James Johnson and family was herel from Manchester visitng ielativeslast week- MTBerrnet Ballard has return ed home alter several days stay with relatives iu the Blue Grass MrJ F Dboleyaud Mr Henry i McGuire were in Mt Verhon last Monday pn busines Mn1 tc Singleton vaS with our merchants last week supplying them with groceries James Mattinly and Richard Early of Wildie were here two aays last week on business tBiguSid Asbil the stray w he e oneday last week 1oVernon Monday pn business i IBLOW To ArOMS The old idea that the body some times needs a powerful drastic purgative pill has been expipded 1 for Dr New LlfePillsl 1whipel poisonous matter cleanse the system and solutely cure Gpnsti patibn and Sick Headache Only 25C at ail Druggists drugstore 54 iX t2Ji1i ft A lTOBACCO Lcenft e past two years seems e but little weight with the farmers For what reason we can not say It is ah evident fact that the land I of Rdckcastle inot best adapted to the raising of corn or wheat but by tt comparison of the soil here to a similar kind in other county where they raise large quantities of tobacco it is season able to suppose that it would be a good tobacco country Take and compare what is made each year on corn with vhat the farmers elsewhere make oh tobacco The poor hillside land will make from one and a half to two barrels per acre while the bottoms will go twelve to fifteen barrels peracre or take the whole county on aver agJ it will go five tarrelsAt 2 per barrel the way corn is sell ing now how much money is to be made On ten acres hillside land we can count on about 40 L and on the same amount of bottom- land aoout 240 Now let us see what would be the result if this same land was in tobacco The Ieflowingare some tobacco sales made in Louisville last weekf- J Hi Reese of near Keenej sold his crop of tobacco consistiug of about 11000 pounds at 675 James Ware of Sbarpsburg has sold a crop of 6000 pounds of to bacco to the Continental Company for 816 cts The same company has bought a number of crops in the same section of Bf th for 8cent Those Avho have raised tobacco say that the land which ve speak of as producing lve and fifteen arrels of corn will produce 8oo pound of tobacco find the hillide- sa70ju out fields with a httle fertilizer go to 400 or 500 pounds per acre On the tabacco sales we find where one kind sells for 634 cts another for 834 cts and another for 8 cts But suppose you could only sell your tobacco for 5 cts per pound Then what would be theresult Ten acres in tobacco and 800 pounds to the acre Vould be 8000 pounds at sets per pound or 4 O1a difference there of 160 between what the corn would bring and the tobacco- Tobacco is no worse on land than corn and the time forworking it comes when itdoes not interfere materially with the other crops Very Respt jCW Y J Beat Out of3n Increase Of His Pension A Mexican war veteran and prominent editor writes Seeing the advertisement of Chamberlains Cholic Cholera and Diarrhpea Remedy I am reminded that as a soldier in Mexico iri47 and 48 1 contracted Mexican diarrhoea and this remedy has kept me from getting an increase in my pension for on every renewal a dose of it restores me It is unequalled as a quick cure jok diarrhoea and is pleasant and safe to take For sale by Theo Wesley Druggist Mt Vernon A Prominent Chicago Woman t Speaks t Prof Roxa tyler of Chicago Vicepresident Illinois Womans Alliance in speaking of Chamber lains Cough Remedy says U I sui iered with a severecold this winter which threatened to run into pneu moriia I tried different remedies but I seemed ogtw worse and themedicinfe upset tmy stomach A friend advised me to try Cham berlains Cpiiglr RmedYincl J found it wasjgleasant to take and it i h irr ej pnce Ijtm vtiw entirely recovered saved a dPcfoif bill Utnfeaad suffeVirijg a di wiil neveti be without this jiplemdi medicine agairi fi For iSale 1ay Theo MtVerci JJ2fJi Jfi 1iJi First National Bank f OF STANFORD H y Capital Stock 5100000 Surplus 184c076 RECTORSIT YVV HadenrW P Walton X H Collier ML iClmqre G Ried T Pjffill 3 Baughman W A lribble M T iIi11erandjS THariisS iWe solicit the accounts ol the citizens of Rockcastle and adjoining counties assuring them prompt and careful attention to all ousi V r ness intrusted to us Personal applicatIon and correspond ence with a view to business relations ini1tedC 1 S HOCKER PresJ JITO J McROBERTS Cashier A A McKINNEY Asst Cashier DANNIE OWENSUNDER AKE B Caskets Coffins bRobes Ete Kept ir Stock Orders by Mail Telegraph or Telephone Promptly filled BRODIJEAD KhNTUYr The Lincoln County NATIONAL X Bank OFSTANFORDKY- Capital looooo Successors tofarmersM 3 tttSPANFO RA JV i Andcontinuously under same management for 29 years Solicit your j Bank account hppiug such businessrelations will prove material profitable and pleasant t f f DIRECTORSh J L Williams JElyi1t vg jj S Owsley Sfr S H Shanks William Gooch K J Fl Cash fj A W Carpenter s J B Ow ley Wl H CumminsJ S H SHANKS President J B OWSLEY Cashierv t 4 W M BRI9HT1sst Cashier +iji iV J Bookkeeper f J f 0 J20 TO JONAS MCKENZIEMT VERNONIKYfor Diy rirnriflct Clothing Boots and Shoes aria x6nrtkt v Merchandise I4 ST fvf rf l BEST GOODS AT LOWEST PCES WILLIS 1 GRIFFINPr- actical TJndertker and FUNERAL DIRECTOR i Mt Vernon Ky jfck KeepsCpfBiis Caskets Jlpbes Linen Bosprns Cuffs and Collitsif i furnish Metallic Caskets and have Ernbalrning done on shprt nt ytice arid easy terms r riders by telegraph or telephone promptly attended to day arid ujghfJy T I FURNITURE WAR A io0 Stock v t Iof Furniture Marked t cost Ci and cairiage XMa is a fact GOOdS go at actual cost and crriage You J cannot afford to miss this pfjr rl nity0 you fl6 ki fUrniture In fact ifc will pay- 4you welL to3o lL fca stock which has rio equal in Con M1Xenbiiy Withers SaifordKyS- i itLj 4eS SS 4 ffu S SSBLURHED e1 b ft t 1ItVemon l Signal o iMllpAY Jan H 1901 PiiSrltshed every Friday by SdGXR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE VEA 100 AderlijiijrY tes made kiiown on application THE hazing of cadets at West Poiiit lias been carried to such an extent that congress is now inves tigating the alleged cruelties prac ticed ou Oscar L Boose and John r Breth of Pennsylvania two former cadets Anthony R Burnam ot Frankfort Kentucky a former cadet staded before the investigat ing committee that Boose was or d red to do a great many things by the up erc1assmen to furnish amusement for them and that fin lly when he refused to comply any longer he was forced to fight by fighting committee a fellow physic ally his superior and almost had the life knock out of him from a blow in the stomoch He was also forced to eat a bottle of sauce at one meal that Burnain stated he never ate over one drop at a time And all this took place and thq officials knew nothing about it It is a shame and disgrace to those in authority and if it cant be prevent ed any other way abolish West Point Military Academy the time has arrived if it ever will arrive for imivsrsat peace any way THE Boers are far from being con quered as the British thought sometime ago are actually fight ing on the offensive retaking ter ritory which was taken from them sometime since and capturing many prisoners They area brave liberty loving peoole and no man who has the spirit of Independence within him and the love of his fellow min at heart can help but Iwish tnejf will come out victorious in the end They have proven themselves to be worthy foes and no doubt England now regrets her course JUDGE TINSLEY of the Twenty seventh Judicial district has re ceived his commission as judge of that district Governor Beckham deciding that Ian Election to fill av vacancy was valid whether a pro clamationcalling for it had been Issued ornot This is the district in which John Henry Wilson was voted for at the same time for JUdge by pasters on the ballots re cjeiviug a few votes and then con testing for the office which he didnt get v rsituation between the United jTHE and VeneiueJaseems to be critical The New York J mnd Bermuda Asphalt Co is hav 7 ing trouble with the local authori ties and Mr Loomis our minister at Caracas seems iibt to be able to obtain any satisfaction The war vships Hartford and Scorpion are i looking after our mterestji there and of course they will be wellvprxf 4 tected 4 Phil D Armouirthe head ofthe American Packing Co of Chicago is dead and gone where people en jojhric no longer He was verY successful in business and succeed ed in amassing quite a fortune with which he was very liberal giving largely to charitable institutions Iris wife and one sort Og lSden Armour who will become the head ot the Co survive him THE Missouri House adopted a1 iresolutiou expressing sympathy J with the Filipinos in their struggle J jfpr liberty It is not exactly con sympar vvSam is trying tet siibju ate theni TheFililinoWl to is to us per pro bJena is to jiifgland a white elephant iv J Ba t 6f1irfyfo rtofi tctjt+ t Ji Jn1arnietstip ifthe new district is made in Kentucky They are bobbing up Irom all points of the compass and the fight bids ixfeir to becoitte in teicstiug and probably anlusing to us who merely look on It is none of our fight and we dont care a great deal about who gets it w tr i LIVINGSTON John Walton has recovered from his illness and has gone to Point Burnsde on business for Bowrran Cockrell Miss Margaret Holmes of Crab Orchard vas here visiting Miss Hattie Orndorff Miss Sallie daughter of Judge T L Shelton ot Rowland spent the week with Miss Pearl Pollock Drs Pennin ton and Ramsey of London passed here for Philadel phia to take a post graduate course iu medicine Mrs Crawford the wife of Cal vine Crawford died Friday night of lung trouble aud was buried Sunday Our town trustees are about to commence the building of a lockup and when finished will be used as a summer and winter resort for toughs Our population is increasing fat Born to the wife of L P Gray a- sonBorn to the =iieof John Carter a daughter Dr Cooper attended both We are sorry to report that Un ell Ashley Owens is not so well as usual Rome Adams has recovered and is again delivering goods about town There is a hop every night the boys and girls seem to have devil in their heelsjbut nothing iu their heads Bowman Cockrell have given theirsa wmill a geueralo verhauling and are now ready for the logs to tome W M Fields returned to his home in Lincoln Saturday The K O T M gave an oyster supper at the Eight Gables Thurs day night which vas attended by a large number Ed if you wiil forgive me for writing that one article last week I promise to do so no mo Our little judge left for R6wlaud Sunday oua visit poor little Lon The little daughter of J- T Blaukeuship is veiy ijl with throat trouble Mr Green Swaner one of our R R boys h dbiSJoot mashed Saturday by being caught between two dravheadsitIlohn Cockrell has returned from a visIt to inends m the Bluegrass where Jae went to spend Christmas Johu Howell aryd T Griffin have returned from their shooting trip I wpnder whjere t4atJ ti Plant went to Geritemen is lere aily thmgi else you qaoVspriug bu the people x r Air A W ijoyyard1 foreman of the signal officeywa wU U day VISl lUg his niauyx friendsv Come agaiu Mpld boy year ale ways glad to seeyoUi v Ill1e 1itt1echiddl iFriu bb s verY sick The Patson1and nt cli rdress wete put tsundiy riight cailing look uutJPpe this mighcuieeC the eyes of that puug laay at iyondon 1iiQ thank pu Jtjs l1 tBrofiI Mallard oilt quire Halla dishe 4iavitig received his CjpmuiiSsioii a feyv UayS agpyice LilJiilipii re siijued v VV Miss aner iij hcr JY rttiu for SQ1 h rll tt l t t aud findii stiine pi llJ Qy Ibr k gW U fjS 3 tj lil ll i l i I PbbriiIili iiH f fffl t jisMrs Shanou McKinney andbrotn er the Parson Happy liogue Thompson called dfl our merchants this week r M rs George Pope of the Eight Gabtesi has been very ill but is now able to take charge of her number less duties Sani Mason went to Mt Vernon this week on business on his re n he purchased a home for him Itnr and wife we are glad to have with us Mrs J L Rose of Shelby City was here this week in the interestr of the L O T M John Farmer has just returned from a trip to JackScTn Co W C Mullins was at Mullins Station this week Mr Geo Paynter has a child sick with pneumonia fever Dr Childress made a trip to see some patients on the head waters of Crop ked Creek the other day Misses Fannie and Georgie Mc Ferron stoped over here a day of two this week on their way home from Loudou Our Normal school opened Mon day Prof Dickerson iu charge the school has a large attendance and all seem to be in earn stIMrs Wade has opened a school at her residence which is well attended any person wishing better schools than those iu Livingston will have to go out of Kentucky to find them Alf Owens passed through here on his way to Mt Vernon on busi ness Thad Idol has gone to Pineville tp work in a saw mill wheeling out smoke We are sorry to note the death of Mrs M J Goodin who died at Stanford Januaiy 8th Mrs Gopdin was loved by all who knew her and to know her was to love her The L OT M met her remains here ami tookcharge and accompanied them to Woodbine where thev were interred with the honors of the L O T M The following la dies of the Tent were present Mesdames M Hix Sam Ward D S McKinney Joe Rhineheart Will Carpente Matt Ballard Mrs Sue Mullins that good old soul who always is present inJime of trouble went to Woodbine with the remains of Mrs GQodin Mrs Charlie Hairis is very sick this week Rev Wm Williams passed through here the first pfMthe week ou hisvvay homefrom Laurel coun ty where he has been preaching PASTOR I AX Y vtata and Children fIBoars Signature rkwiLDiE Dusty and needing rain the gold paved streets of Wildie L T Stewart went to Brbdhead first pfvweek to load lumber Mart Jones bfGobchland passed through town Monday enrbute tql lit Vernon Miss Miniiie Fish return dihbme first of weelc after pienjain ihipliday nVVnstPpTi A Stewartvhasgph JcJtb Center rCbllegct after speiiding Xmas lth his parents c l J tMiss Bessie j hJ1aSn t ihome afteriJi short visit tofriencls and relatiyes atrBerea n ft Mrs Jas Taftf of Srodhead i Was over yiBi tiiig lifcr isterv in0vyj Mrs Jtogue Phillips rst of week as cGuireis yisiting h 1llWilt Branaihd a taught two large J t li JJxJ lat Y Fk tt 1rs M H uegwe1 lQ J3et rs i d uil1 terii jt IllJi tiil Richard Early made a business trip to Mt Vernon rMdndayf It was hjs first trip to this city he said he could not see toyh for the houses Mr rolIn E Fish of Abilim Texas has gone ho nie after spend ing holidays with his lather A T Fish The protracted meeting has closed with several additions Msr Cleo Brown ofMt Vernon took train here for Winchester to visit friends and relatives The Maccabee tent ot this place is iu a flu isbing condition there were tour rode the goat Saturday Mr W M Sherbla has returned to Wildie after spending the holi days with his family in Coviii ton P Prof Phillips opened school Mon day with a large attendance W H fones and Dr Lewis made a flying trip to Berea Sunday eve v rThere will be a Christian En deavor society organized at church Sunday night Everybody are cor dially invited to attend and help a good cause Bob Adams ha opened up a firstclass blacksmith shop in the building formerly occupied byV T Baker Miss Alma Broods has gone to Williamsbtirg to attend school Miss Lillie Butner has moved to her sister Mrs Will McClary near Buckeye churche OORLANDO tJ iJas Riddle has a very sick child O AAgec of Bsrea is here on a visit Some of our boys who are inv Berea attending college have meas les Frank Dooley was here Afohday on his way ioMt tertiQnf =CYiIqi wiVtJ VAAy Jf r W D swell ves se K for Louisville tnaitencl the medi cal lectures Mr J H Reams still makes his regular trips to post office and ap pears to be enjoying exclcn t health The corps of Rail Road Survey ors have almost reached Climax and will proceed to top ot Big Hilla destance of ten miles Help Nature IJ5J proper food rarely ever medi i cine If they do not thrive j 1 on their food something is = j wrong They need a little I iImacilS OrtTSU SIOII OF I COD OVER YlJPO f f QFl E SODAJ r en rah ccrred this 1 ifjt r l V VMJ3jr43 Jf11tP 001 1 t f f N j 4 l tLt5l i r fOilii jfh i iftI yQ f5 r j f ktiofVtY t t l iiX J1 f lIi MJitlVwLv sjist i ry i t fl It l i = ff t Pg tkt tc d J ii Il r pit JI N UJ K T The Kind You IIvo Always Bought and whicl1 has boou- in 1100 for ovcr30years bns borne tl1C si atnre been sonal since deceive Counterfeits Imitations and oustasjjood Experiments Hint trifle with and endanger health Infants and Children against Experimeafc What is CAST OR A Castoria is a liarmlems substitute Castor Parg gdrie Drops and SooLhhjg Syrups Pleasant contains neither Opium Morpliino other Narcotic substance is guarantee destroys Worms and allays Fcverishncss cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic relieves Teething dues Constipation and Flatulency assimilates Food regulates Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep 9Che Childrens Panace The Mothers Friend QEIIUiliE CASTORA ALYAt Bears the Signature Tie BM You Have Always Bought In Use For Over SO Years THE 77 t rt u fM runless mother is there happiness children or husband little help or comfort relatives or friends 1b is of blessings 1 IIEALTHvigolousbounding energetic ambitious health Iti 1fj tIla D l t PANACEA to womankind It healn s ength f 7 reflates whole sexual J Iheio is no womb trouble it ill joreaier at ittones ajn ii at orates Sa1 PiGAV5O TiSiS AFaJS Ij iS F P Ccrstlus FejjaIcina rs r r ll1 nni y lire Jlywifetec p htsiciii entirely by its use I ic vstnivd nil of ontiroly rc all of V V treated going to try till of my suffering friends to use it I do not hdieveahe it not for Iq F I intend to it in my all time4 W M MOORK theI i r ciie is not by our ook HKALTUY Fic HAPPVIIOMKN writ in confidence to I IUj ca Tfnn arc f fur fr ttltlcr v o p I i IJ Sale C L Davis Vernon i theentireboclyaKdmind tA KENTUCKYS GREATEST NEWSPAPER E Pf and has his per its one to you this AU are but tlie of for OU It is Ifc nor Its age its It It It It tIle the of STReCT and the well can be lit tie for and for this all t that 91 irvcf jsirl her sys tinu and the samc tin18 up 11 ViOI LJF iviur imve tiseil cured Her menses have nnd her pains been Iicvt lias dune her more jrood thin the doc tors that haw her Iud lamand il1dtll J could have lived had been und keep house ISstill fully covered frfeol iK Irnlle F P I7ea For bv Co Mt Kv do without at nzua of Department for Everybody from Child to i j I the Lawyer from the Laborer to the p 10 to 20 Daily Biggest in Saiitla RATES BY IOh cvear3fWI Months Evening Post has an admirably equipped Washington Bureau which cover the doings of Congress completely has the full As50lated complete end All tbe News AJI the i1rn ra Postal Sample Copy p KY i ot apd r tri Godirev Hunter has already wrutcjv t some otthe holdover RejJublic iniueriibers of the Legis l f 1i tt t h IJcegl1 I the- Se tctid na 3 15 hisI unteri tiou to b ilt fighr S 1ato D ri i q r l Rev j SSvecney tPan A J The cre h ucials of Senator Mor gan bLAlabi ma who begins his A fi tht rmjNIarchv 4 wire tbthe Scjate Tl e dc on he Hojilc iuis reap Jn1itt 11f lepr tt PrRlm C lf U nil mha2 c npl 11f t q und lb f mado under supervision infanejv Allovno in Experience TrouTjies greatest L ever presented D 6GISSG OU cant it especially when it only costs you the rate of ONE CENT A DAY llOUISVILlE JG l= The Great PaDer the South A the Banker Pages Paper the MAIL ONLY fThree 175 One Report accurate Markets Press IThe Drop Card for POST LOUISVILLE i Politics Politiciajis lht l Ji for postmaster aje thc fJljil rCi1 THE tVENI POSl il Department p Monthm l EVENING Senator Vest offered an anH 1dwz ment to the Army Bill with a viev to Abolishing the practicedfyhazmgl at West Point t J tAFormerwas iiotninated by the joints caucus at Boise Idaho for United Stat S n tJl 2 L x Bradley SC ls fh- maii for the ne w Federal Judg 1fpf- i Kent ck Under the Anipellat qt rts 1P lerprelation of the ConstittitiSa5 JVivIJifddivide thfrhonor of the Ghief xuiVl ticeship for rema ping two years f v their terms each setvjijg tlieit Sin the drawing of lots Judj l te rwon lhei rst year l1dyTki nJ h t iell itif Ji li 2C Judge Ofeitr walV sworn in imnd retiring Cbi jm e i 4 ilf i sHvef ttditec rf 1li i Mt 0TMt VERNON Kv Jan u f901 ILetHsraur 4 NASHVILLE R R Co TIME fABLE 24 north Y 1105 a m 26 north i V 132 a oH i 23 south fV iJ 157 p111 5 South 144 a ill TA LANRUM Agent Kauredattbe Uc Vcrog1 By Post t5ee as sec canclaw issil matter- MASONIC Aiklad Lodge No 640 meets 2rd Mon hy 10 A m CHURCHES Cbnaiian Holds Bervicea 1st 3r Snndaj at 11 am and at 630 p In Presbyterian Holds services on the 4th E a Iay- Baptist Church Services on the Second Saturday night and Sunday Suuday School at 9am every Sunday Prayer Meeting on Tuesday Jhts Personals W R Henderson is in Knox county J J Ping has returned from Casey county- T A Stewart returned to Cen tre College Sunday y Judge Alcorn was here Saturday ou legal business W F McClary has moved to Iris farm on R nfros creek Little Annie Davis and McKenzie Brown both have scarlet fever Dr E J Brown and sou Rus sel of Stanford were here Monday Charley Scott son of L J Scott entered the College Monday- R H Hamm and Dannie Owens of Brodhead were here Wed es day Mrs F L Thompson whohas been very sick for some time is better Sam Mason onp of Livings tons enterprising ckizens was in town Tuesday Mrs Cleo Brown paid a short visit to friends in Georgetown the first of the week Mrs Sue Mullins was visiting her sister Mrs Joe Poynter the firstoftheweekWe mention Mr and Mrs S C Franklin in Athens last week visiting his parents Sam Brown writes from Louisville for the Signal and says he is getting along nicely R IL Livesay has openeda bar ber shop in the room next to C C Davis Cos drug store Grover Price one of the College students had to go home Wednes day on account of sickness Ed Short has gone to Lancaster where he will work as telephone line repairer for AH Basten- J T Gentry has recovered from an attack of fever sufficiently to be able to go back to work Tuesday- C C Williams was in Frankfort the first of the week looking after a damage suit in the Federal Court f Sheriff Catron has abput recovered from his sickness and will soon be able togo about his busi ness again Mr Fritz Krueger writes from Liengo Germany that he and Mrs Krueer landed safe and both enjoying good health5- Miessrs Smith and Joties the hustling merchants of Livingston were herexMonday looking after somei gal natters jlj Fish called to jrce us while hereVednesdayaa d asked for the Signal to be sent to hula at 0bi Jene Texas He xvill leave for Texas MoidayIF Thompson Gorge Dr John Williams JlVOodi Lee Tate arid IL L Brown attendr ed the iiistallatipn of officers by the Masons at Brodheadtast Saturday night and report a fiYie tiiut corn V j plithentmgtlie goud that pJace Vfr hk11tyl21 i t i tfM f t Xi tf j U Eugeiie Mullins is on the road selling bools and shoes during his fathersillness C Mrs JE Woodall WaS on ves4 v terda3s train en route to her home at Hazel Patch James M ret and son loydliave both been onthe sick lisi but are bettef at this time That splendid Justice and versatile writer Squire JN Brown was in town Monday 1YYillhlm Falin who has been in for some time has about come to himself again Rev Mr Brown of Louisville will preach in the Christian church Sunday and Sunday night Mrs Mary Colyer brought her daughter Miss Delphia up Mon day and put her in College- J 11 and O F Ham and John Graves were some of the familiar faces which we saw on the streets Monday Miss Alma New1adhas resign ed her position as clerk in Houk and Adams1 store and returned to her home in Brodhead Tuesday jMr and 1irsV G1 Mullins and Mrs Rome Adams came Sun day to see heir brother R B Mul Jins who is very sick with fever LOCALS y Magestrate1 G M Ballard has recieved his commission as Magis trate of the third district For Sale or Exchange one one acrelot and house with six rooms J A Preston Livingston Ky- nov233mo Foti carpeutering stone and brickwork or handmade coffins all work guaranteed and done only by contract Address W A TYREE Brodhead Ky FORSAKE I have four thoroughbred EnglishIrish bull dog pups which I desire to dispose of I will sell for 250 a piece 0W R WALLIN 0BRODHEAD KY STOPS THE COUGH AND WORKS orracoLDL- axative tr Bromo Quinine Tablets cure a cold in one day No cure no pay Price 25 cents When you come to town go to F L Turpins restauiant where you can get any kind ot a lunch you want In basement of old brick hotel octtgtf TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggist refurd the money if it tails to cure E W Groves signature is on each box 25CtS NOTICE All persons indebted to mewill please call and settle your accounts at once The first of year is now at hand and all ac counts must be settledby that time W MP YNTER Dec 21 3t There are already two candidates in the field for county Judge W R Dicker on and A N Bently both of Livingston and f no teiling how many more there will be in side of the next two weeks For Sale Having decided to change my business I deeisre to sell my farm situatedat Maretburg Rockcastle connty This is one of the most desirable farms in the county will sell cheap and on very MartinISuperintendent W A B Davis informs us thatJie has th money now to pay the teachers the balance due them on this years work and halso requested us to say that no teacher would get his or her money until both the teini and annual reports were properly filled out signed and handed in Monday morning a corps of eu gineeis began surveying the route 11forthenew railroad from Orlando Jackson county If the rod is built which it no doubt will be the Eastern part of the county will reap a great reward the immense coal field will be opened up aridthose who desire to geixa share ofthe spoils now is the IPCft et a focthoId i ii i 1 0 Supervisors The board of Supervisors composed of J G Frith Frank Blazer Robt Norton W G rjr MullTus and J J Diker met here Monday tnomin tnd began their hJto Camp Cummins of Livipgston and Mrs Katie Meyers widow of Sam Meyers were married Wed nesday at the home of Mr and Mrs Joe Poynter They left on the afternoon train for Livingston where they will make iheir home DEAD Rev C D Burnett died last Friday night at his home near Level Green of pneumonia fever He was buried with Masonic hon ors Sunday at Burn tts Chappel R L Brown Po L Turpin DC Poynter and J A Landrum were the Masons from this lodge who were present The proposed railroad which the Southern R R Co has been talking ot building for some time between Burgin and Jellico is now almost sure ltd come and via of1 Lancaster and Brodhead will be the route Those who are in a position to know say that it is not talk but that the road is sure going to be built Iheguarterly statement of the Bank appears in this issue It is most certainly encouraging to see what splendid progress tmVinstituthm has made since it started Oct 2 1960 The sworn statement which appears in another column shows the deposits and loans to be exceedingly large for the time it has been runing and the fenancial condition of the bank to be good- P0PULATI0NThe first magisterial district of Rfcckcastle county including the town of Mt Vernon has a l tiuof3i220 Mt Vernon has 2The Second magisterial distinct has 2444 The Third district including the town of Livingston has 36 3 The own of Livingston I has 695 The Fourth district including Brod head has a pop lation of 3109 and the town of B dhead 337 The population of Rockcastle in 1890 was984I and in 1 960 12416 The corporation which has cans ed considerable comment for the past few weeks has again cease3 to be topic of discussion and as of yore it win remain so nthth e boys get some more large fire crack ers and begin to throw them pro miscuously around over thestreets There is only about one time in the year when a corporation is in demand and that is about Christ mas times so about the only way we see to have a good coiporation is to have Cnristraas every day until it is started The MasonsofBrodheadhada public installation of officers last Saturday night and a banquet at the Frith Hotel which was a feast that even the gods would have ap preciated Brodhead doesnt do things by halves and those from Mt Vernon who attended wish there would bet an installation of officeis at brodhead every month especally if the supper was part of the programme The officers forth ensuing year are JR Cass W M Percy Benton S W J J Wood J W J F Watson Sec R S Martin Treas JT Clieriy S D A K McClary J D and Job Yo nee Tyler Mt Vernon Ky tJan 9 1001 To RG Williams Judge of tne Rockcastle County Court and P D Colyer Attorney for RqckcasiU County You are hereby notified that Twill on Tuesday the 5tli da of Feb igor or at the first meeting after that date of the Kentucky BOard ofPrisonCommission ers at Frankfort Ky move aup request said Board to parole C Xr Newcomb now serving a term or 2i years iu the Stats Prison at Frank fort Ky for manslaughter Lark en Hicks WeRG Williams Judge of the Rockcastle CpuntyGourt anc P D olyerr Attorney for said county do hereby certify that a copy of the afJovepoticewas thh iday served upon ot us tJs1at39 1901 U Cv R G Willim Juder PDColydCCv ti1t 1 f Every body now invited to cornel to my new barber shop just opened on Main street next door to Green Front Drugstore RB Lives v c l p J rr 2bia signature ii j 7ery box muine Laxative Brcmo Qu3r 1 g tho remedy that cnres n CON 7 BANK STATEMENT 0 the 1dt1 ImmDec 31 1900 RESOURCES Loans and Diskless loans to Officers 946o6 Loans to Officers 8000 Mortgages 93744 Due from Union Natl J BanksS72677Sp- ecit i227oi Currency 45448 j 57649 Furniture and Fix i tures 400coj Funds to pay Taxes 200 Current expense last quarter 56451 2080127 iLIABILITIES bo Capital Stock poid in in caash 565000 Undivided ProfiitSv 38577 Deposits subject to check on which iny terest is not paid 137655 Capital Stock not paid in 7350 2o86ir27 State of ssCouutyIv L Richards Cashier of Bank of Mt Vernon a Bank locatedand doing business in the Town ot ftIVernon in said county being sworn says that the foregoing report is in all respects a true state ment of the condition of the said Bank at the close of business on the 31 day of Dec I900td the best of his knowledge and belief and further says that the business ofsnid Bank has been transacted at the location named and not tise- wiiqreandthat the above report is made in compliance with an official refcy1QCDec 1900 as the day on winch such reports shall be made W L RICHAEDS Casbier JONAS McKENziE Diiector JAMES T ADASIS Director GEORGE LIVESAY Direct or Subscribed and sworn to before me dayJof Jan igor GEORGIE B RICE Notary Publio TMLIFrg The father e Gone for the doctor The mother Alone with her suffering child Wilithedoc r4 tor never come p2 Whenthere rt is croup in 7 the house you cant get the doc ItSftooa life Always keep on hand a dollar bottle oft AYQPetoraI It cures the croup at once Then when anyone in the famUYCQmes dowp with a hard cold or cough a few doses of the Pectoralwfllctts- hort the attack at once A 25 cent bottle will cure 1 miserable cold the 50c size is better fora cold that has been hanging QI Keep the dollar she on hind I About 25 year SgoIC3li1enear pirigfwitli was cured with Aera Cherry Pectoral since wbicktime IbavokeptAyers medicine In the house and recent ju nd them to all my friends 4CD BrMtnlX t Write the Dotter If you haTe Any complaint whatever and desire the hUt medlMl advice write the Sector freely AAlresg fJ C ATXRj Lowell Msu B At 9CfJoL +t FRANKJ0N S 7 Glat atc Sugar riI Light I rowu Sugar ff6j Arbuckle Coffee 140 Lion Coftee izfr Best Green Coffee vi 5 c Canned Goods V 84 rtp IOG Best Dry Salt Meajtr y 9Ci Lard JOG Meal per bushel 550 Best Patent Ffour 6dto 650 Bestshipstuff i for ioo Ibs 2 V pounds soda for 5 cents California Hams per Ib 9c Hens Hats 75C up Shoes from 85c upV ji v Clothing mens 4 suits from 300 up h v All grades calicoes this week 534COver c atsfronr65o up Ribbons Laces Ladies Hose Mens Hose all as cheap as the cheapest Goods delivered in any part of town J at your door i SATURDAY is m3 bargain day at Wades old stand Livingston Ky y 1J Intbe Franklin Circuit Court fMonday all the Goebel murder A conspiracy cases were postponed Bench warrants were issitior W i S Taylor Charles Finley John Li Powers and Berry Howard Cut this out and take it to Theo Vqsley Druggist drug store ad get a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets the best physic They also cure disor ders of the stomach biliousness andi headache i If troubled with a weak A tion belching sour stomach or ijyou feel dull after eating try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Price 25 c ntsSam pies free at Tlieo Wesleys drugstore MILI PYERS r DENTIST MT VERNON KY 1 OFFICE At the Rice rpropety tPHoENo 38 5 Wh Vo Read This And need anything done Come and see me at WESLEYS DRUGSTORE MT VFRNON KY I have withdrawn from the SIGNAT dfece on account oc the close confinment and a long needed rest I will run a fir tc1ass Watchmaking shop do work in work man like manner and in all cases try to deliver work the same day it- S brought tome Heretofore I haye beep laboring under disadvant ages by having to work on the paper in SIGNAL OFFICE through the day and on Watchwork night consequently could not turn out work very fast I learned my trade under a German Vatchmakers one one of the best in the country My5bop i5Eq1lipp Witi Ijnprovd MacbiJlery To do all kinds of work and wjll add more I do all kinds of Jewel ing pivoting put in balance staffs gold and silver soldering repair spectacles umbrellas parasols c OPTICAL GOODSI have made study of fitting the eyeproper ly with glasses I haye the latest appliances for testirig and will visit at leisure times every town and postoffice in the county to do what work is to be done get better acquainted with the people and work up my business Whether you want anything or not come and see me at WESLEYS DRUG STORE Mt Vembn Ky Yours with tegreatestofjspect v tf x f y 4 wMS C FRANKLINiv Cr tf AED DAVIS GOS t cCDRUG S1OREoi r is the place to buy ffituga Patent Medicines Jeweryv SatV Y tianery Cigars and Tobaccos 7 iJ- f Paints and Oils 1Jv v W j Prescriptions earefuily Compounded Prompt Attention at All Ttiies Call When In Town v tvv Phone No 3 X ii iEVYDAYIS t c BaigailIr5 d 4MTe have 3rjn1 line fiWi YGoods Nioni S Hats ShQesanc Groceries i MENSSUITS ALL WOOL FROM e Over DDafe 3T05Eroni 3uu aII Inlbuying the pri a and quality are the two 0 Wthiigs Yto be con siderecl Give lis a call arid aeef riyourself i Jif t rf OQ ROIO- ppositu CouitHo se 1tJVrhohJfy f y rIfE MT1 mm DEPOSIT K 2 Vj8 J MT1 1felNON KY1 ttf OPENED900LC- APITALSTOCK f J kf- S H MARTIN PRES t All EWERS VIC1PRES- W L RIC RISJCASHI1tR1 A B FURNISH ASST GASH 10DIRECTORSJ2 Adms i Jonas lEcKeiizje Fiitz Kruegcr Geo Llyesay Rod Perry Vmcent BOtelng ATFISh wi solicit accounts Qf firms and indivduaI reuiatten J tlqn gen olkttoiis entrute d toU s fi fJ orrL nQS and par tl 1 aret iutied 1tQca1Mw heu lC1Qwn + 4 1 5 1 fj 4 l ii r i r A Great q + V OportunitvFOR THE PEOPLE OF ROCKC AST JLE if Nef Before was such an Immense J Stock of Good Landed in f 171rIn v T ERN0Nt f J r 4ri EVERYTHING Marked down to Rockbottom prfces iz tt HOME MARKETS Corrected each week by Houk Son Mt Vernon Kv Arbuckles Coffee I2IZc Lion Coffee12I c Green Coffee I2I Flour No i per Belle of C14cj5CI631ci Daisy flour per barr Labelle flour Bacon per lb c Dan Boone Soap 3 cakes 5C Star Soap 3 cakes roc Rice No i per lb 7cGranulated Sugar per lb 6 c Extra Light Brown Sugar Ib 6 Uc Sprup Caramel gal bucket 35C Sorghum best homemade gaL40C ShipstujF per hundred I oo Calico fall the best brands 5c Calico all cheap grrdes 5C under Can goods aleClothing suits 75C to v 1500 Lard roc in small lots bets in 50 Ib lots or more Northern seed oats none on hand Millet hay on hand Eggs per doz I 7 Feathers per Ib 40 r La 3 DCk DrayI 1 J Cjjohuson sold ta to Dave Johnson z5 1200 pound cattle at 4ctsStanford Democrat In Flming Jos Hendrick sold to a buyer 22 mules at 70 and 2 atno Jess Hurst sold 5 at 75 Sullivan agent for Schwarzs child 5 Sulzberger Co bought yesterday 21 netdof 1300 pound cattle of J M Scott at 17 haed about same wt of Jacob Keller price460Paris Kentuckian De Grand Epperson sold to Wiel 10 cattle wt 1300 lbs at 434cts Ben Franklin bought of Geo- M Ramsey 30 shoats weight 50 lbs at 4 I ctsThe wheat crop of esItimated at 522229505 bushels The production of corn for the same period is estimated at 2105 102226 bushelsuJonas Wiel re ceived this week 22 cattle from Dr iS jW Willis at 47ct 190 oi J C Scobeeat 460 and ofH R Browp 99 at the same price All these are export cattle except 49 which were shipped EastWiu Chester Democrat A DEEP NIYSTRR XLJ1 It is a mystery why women en dure Backache Headache Nerv Augnts Sled lessuess Melancholy Jtiwhenpt1 housanes have Provjd that Electric BitterS will quickly cure such troubles r1 suffered for Years with kidney tjgubles writes Mrs PheW Cherley of Peterson Ia iCan4 alame back pained me so I could not dress myself but Elec tract Bitters wholly cured me and although 73 years old I now am Itableovercbmes Constipation improves Appetite glv sperfecthea1th Only5oc at alt Druggists drug store 1 YT a H r GIRDLES THE GLOBE II ft rThe fame of Buckleus Arnica 5 Salve as the list intheVbr1d ex2i f tebds round the earth Its age on pe ectljjealer of Cuts Corns Bruises Soies Scalds Boils Ulcers tci71i ons Aches Pains and all Skin lY Jhfailibie filep P10n5f rcuy llr ign its i IMMENSE QUANTITIES q DRY GOODS I FROM 5 cent Calico up to the Finest Dress goods that can not fail tof f please you J JINEST Lactief and Cents furnishings such as Underwear Hosier Neckwear Ladies Wraps Ribbons Laces and Lmbtotcler3all very L cheap r GENTS Clothing the best and finest selection and a guarantee in fit and price 1 SHOES Hats and Caps lii endless variety Fine shirts of the latest pattern that is bound to please you Come to our big store and be convinced l J THOUSANDS SENT INTO EXILE Every year a large number of poor sufferers whose lungs are sore and racked with coughs are urged to go to an other climate But this is costly and not always sure Dont be an exile when Dr Kings New Discovery for Con susutnption will cure you at home Its the most infallible medicine for Coughs Colds and all Throat and Lung diseases on earth The first dose brings relief Astounding cures result from persistent use Trial bottles free at all Druggists Price guaranteed oc and ico Every bottle The Best Paper Published in the Uninted States for Democrats and for allreaders is th- eTwiceaWeek CaurierJourna The equal of many dailies and the superior of ql othersemiweek lies or weeklies Issued Vednes day and Saturday 104 copies a year and you get it for only 100 A YEAR The Wednesday issue is devoted tolrwsMatterstlJ Saturday is sue to Home Matters A liberal commission to Agents Sample copies cherfuily sent free to all w1owiHaskJortbem Write to COURIER 1 uitNAL CO Louisville Ky BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT YOU CAN GUT THE sIAND THE trwtCEAVEEK COURIER Vi JOURNAL i Both Ore Year for Only i150h Thisis tore cash subscriptions oplY i All subcriPtious runder this i combinaaton offer must he offices j t r tr1 rr- y4E If t iH t rl t ISore and swollen joints sharp pains torturing muscles no rest no sleep That means diS1easeands of times It will do so when ever the opportunity Is offered Try it One application relieves the pain For sale by Theo Wesley DiuggistMt Vernon The Mothers Favorite Chamberlains Cough Remedy is the L mothers favorite It is pleasant and safe for children to take and always cures It is intended especially for coughs colds croup and whooping cough and is the beet medicine made for these diseases There is not the least danger in giving it to children for it contains no opium or other injurious drug and may be givenas confidently to a babe as to an adult For sale by Theo Wesley rfraggist UIt Vernon Healthy Mothers Few mothers are healthy because then duties are so exacting he anxiety of pregnancy the shock of childbirth areIof within her grasp every mothereverywoman in the land can pay the debt of personal health she owes her loved ones Do you want robust health with all its privileges and pleasures Wine of Cardui will give it to you IfCAlIDUI strengthens the female organs end invigorate weakened functions For every female ill or weakness it is the best medicine made Ask your druggist for 100 bbttl Wine of Qirdui and take no substitute under any circumstances EJwJn Crass Cormcr MJeh Whet I coOTmencedusIns WheoICsrdui I was hardy able towalk across the house TwaweJaatkr I walked YbcnmyoIhtandbadto rinse hun oa a Batfe CaUSe I had ncvthistwo and I have plenty of ici1kFOC this great improe tia myhcahh I thaok God and Wnc oECasdlw Foraiviee iaaiMC requrtae ispcdal direct oas aiinnr 2118 tymptoou The DepartaienfThe Jk t CJCbattaoooc2iT eta sitGROCER Y fidaARDWARE DEPARTMENTf t ttS jQompiete a line as there is in any store in Kentuchy fartlware- and Cutlery there is no endv J 1 Groceries i Dont II COURT CAnE DAR COUNTY COURT Fourth MOL day in each month CIRCUIT COURT Second Monday in February Fourth Monday in May and Third Monday in Sep tember MT VERNON POLICE COURT Third Monday in eachmonth P A Pennington 0 D S M D DENTSTY N W Cor Third arid ChestnutiSts LOUISVILLE KY Will be at Miller House Mt ernon during all circuit Courts G W MCCIURE J W BROWN BROWNi to our care will receive prompt attention Office room No 8 in the old Brick Hotel C C WILLIAMS Apttrneyat Law Mt VrQoriKY i Office on 2nd o rof new btick on Church street Specia attention given to collections R G WILLIAMS A R LA h R0WAT- TORNEYATLAWMT F VERNOX t KEFTUCKY Special attentiong lections oven to cohI FURNnURE AND UNDERTAKING i A full and complete stock All orders filled promptly Motto Best goods and lowest pries BtANKENSHIP 1IL INS It Nice and freshYin Largei Vv Quantities selling very low JIFail town and see oiir large and complete stockanclnet Yourself a bargain an Opportuhi ty perhaps you havent had for some time Houk Adams RTFitstMonI IAttQrneysatLaw ttorneyatLavvMT ijitliiii R A JONES DENTIST STANFORD KY Phone No 48 Office over Higgins McKenneys Stor- eMACK ESTES Carpenter and Cabinet Maker- Mt Vernon Ky Mantlee and Hafracks a specialty t The VerandaHotel1 I lOSEPH COFFEY PROPR Stanford Ky Specially equipped for traveling men Sample room on first floor Bath rooms free to guests RATES 200 per day flouk d3tQ Mt Yid Pst l1ante O f all 1tilsiti IfficetL 2 i 4tearf f w CARSON f IA arid Paper Hangef Brodhead Kenthckj All work firstclass and guaran teed to give satisfaction Phone No i j MTNManufacturers i of Lime and brick They also furnish Lime BuihJa Stone rough quarry faNe er silt Orders promptly fitted p 3943 1 i NATiOi4- AIBAl T I 5 OF LONDON KY Capital5oddO Sur ins io oo- V t BOREING M HOPE v President VicePresidtftl R M JACKSON Cashier WK WANT YOUR BUQIYJ jS 1 31 i Miller dousqTILLER HUGH o- icHenI Co mrrierbjj lt tSPorter at all tr ut 4j H O l J Frl 11 t f if FRANCISCO Propr toI C Lo atedatlthe DePotur Bodl1 ad Uw TYvrhravelin g Mit and Railroad + men Soli itedWil1 f nhches ior laH totios j 1 rr 4ir J s