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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i 1 f- J r 0 j un1tl etUd I n tk 1i tr f i i VOLU IEXV IT VERNON RO KCASTLE COUNCJY KY FRIDAY JAX 5 1901j NU BER8 L I nTELLA Y l DS OBEBRAVE AArv FEARLESj ND LUY L TO THEGRE4TCOlliWONfEOPLE 1 News Ite1lt H 5z SP Myer the yellknown Railroad contractor is dead Three more cases of smallpox are reported from Somerset Two hundred miners at NTew comb Tenn went on a strike The Norwegian steamer Talis man sank in New York harbor Mr Krueger left The Hague for Utrecht where he will pass some weeks Cleveland Oas been selected as the next meeting place of the G R Fifty thousand tons of zinc ore lfro1l14issouri and Kansas will be Argument isdn progress inthe atlt fBlooinington Ind One thousand delegates are at tending the United Mine Workers convention at Indianapolis A Venezulan gunboat burned a British ship which was suspected of carrying arms to the rebels Storms and a blizzard are report ed from Alaska and it is feared that there has been a heavy loss of life StatetIniversity tiaping the freshman class President Potter Kirkham members of the New York Consolidated Stock and Petroleum Exchange sus feuded Fresh outrages were perpetrated by Creek Indians in Indian Terri tor A letter of defiance was sent President McKinley Mrs Carrie Nation assited by three members of the Topeka W- QL T Ut vrecked two saloqns in ichatatKa- Monday IA Wisconsin Ceutial repair traia went through a bridge near Wil waukee and five men were hurt one ot theulperhaps fatally A negro arrested at Lexington confessed to having murderously assaulted Rankin Clemmous a wealthy Fayette county farmer The bears in the stock nlarketIhad things very much to ing Jn the early trading The market was exceedingly nervous Tlte Rev Edward Davis former ly pastor of one of the largest con gregation in Oakland Cal has abjw oued the pulpit for the stage WellmauVshoifcand seriously wounded Rich ala Vinsdn Jr and Lilia Hamp top whom he found in con versa ton At the Xattimer colliery at Haxfejton Pa 1260 miners went otii a strike because of the alleged unwarranted discharge to two men fofthe company The rules for contempt against J CHerb and Officer Sexton growing qtoIthe Abe Roberts case were dismissed Judge Barker gaire the1 casft a parting blast 9TGyery seriously affected by her mothers condition She is the 1 elcfest daughter of Qiie in Victoria j AJrunken manat Scfanton Pa threw a liglitedfenipaf his wife It let fire to a bed and his Acmwan Taurnjeti to death and fiisiwife soi injured her life despairedof bal Pi ll burgcfi rUt bobked order j tons of steel rails Jor use on Jieltt y East Rive bnclge at jCsfeir pfk A11 previous orders of thi J t vuave gone to fdreign prc terbji Y f tN sfcoif dfe iBrown cFBatile Crjefc- ti twpted suicifle i- Jt t irowiTl 1ii yt1fitiJ1it of ltJt ari f lrS1i tljr Ure r tI bi i U1Jti q f I I Ii 7 H t 1I K WILSON o MUST SERVE HIS FIVE YEARSENTENCJt nSAYS THE COURT OF APPEALS v q ofthehave to serve his time says the Court of Appeals This action of tBe 4ieysasMr Wilson is in jail at this place where ha has been every olils conviction but will be taken to Frankfort in a few days A x SR DHE D i f iL7 w Mr Larkin Hicksspent Sunday in the country The sick bt our towii are some better this week irrMr JiV JoSV it8 i 1VfItii t I pneumonia fever t lMr Dye of May wood vvas here on business thiswe kIGeorge Thompson prominent farmer was in town Monday John Some s ent Sunday in the country yith Riley Owens Pur Rigsby was here Monday Pur is whatydii can caty true bluev Frank Brooks of Gum Sulphur was in town Monday oir business Messrs T Ham and M G Dow ell returned from Corbin Tue sday Miss Bettie Wilmolt visited friends at Livingston the first of the we k- Uncle Josh Dun spent last week in Garraid and Boyle counties on business W A Tyree has begun the work on JG Friths cottage on College street LIBroAJ Pike filled hisappoint ment at Gilliad f church Tadisbn county Sunclay ffi Rev Holizclaw filled his appoint ment at the M It Ghurcn Satur day andrSun4ay r Ponder and his wife have 11rr C where they will make their future hbine Mr JiG Frith is becoming the most popular mari iIi npwn and a splendid judge ojfmu ic- Mr O V JarreIt has mpyed 30 Lebanon where he has appsitipri with theRpgeV Wheel t v Miss Thurmond hasa 7s1lUgC H ir Erith vthew splendid little merchahiipf our town went to Mt YernpiiSundato see his peSt girlv R HHam and W1 Tyreeen joyed quite a treat with Egbert Walien Sunday iigi Jsa niighty good Ulan t 1 ix j t lfrs rtya rtt Moor 1cif5I Hafi g4 ir r 1lc tQ bei oihg JIftrl1 ilttlllhfi P JldJug fM lgaSAoite Jtiftto i t in t i ti f t t1 lit c Jack Lunce says under McKin prospedtv prodMiss Leona v lark who has been visiting Dr J M Clark returned to her home near Ashville N C gaturday nightfeaccompanied By Mr Charles Sumier Jj d Hay s of Crab Orchard was in Glade country the first of the week buying hogs Mr Is a good man and HayesI farmer and was at one Rockcastle county man WILDIE Jessie Mn day and wife went to Stanford Sunday to visjt friends and relatives i J E Singleton was with our merchants first of the week sell ing groceries Wildie hasnt but three candidates running for county offices W M Baker of Mt Vernon shoehogseProf Phillips school is prpgress tng nicely with thirtyfive pupils in attendance Someone fired1 two shots Sunday night just after Church near church house We thipk it the duty of authorities to investigate L C Smith was up from Liv ii gston first of the week tT Stelatt is onfthe sick list RevI Ballou l1eriis appoint jnent here Saturday1 and Sunday haQIlaQUtiV ell j H Iriv H Jpnereturued from of tli weefewliere she had been at the bedsrde ofther son WjlUey who has uieasels Misses Lava FshA 4 Lena Joile returned to Berea Monday to tt iid scli66l Oscar Hayes who Js attending Her a college spent Satuidfty aJ1d Sunclav with liis parents r Fll LJtOR gfcuiGitone it ttf i oms Q iT vigtonKvr r i t rh Polities and olitlciaJl5 The Legisjature of Arkansas adopted a resolution of sympathy for Filipinos and Boers Senator Lindsay introduced bill appropriating 3000 topurchae a marble bust of Henry Clay by Joel Hart the Kentucky sfculptor The Senate confirmed the nomi nation of justice Harlans son to be1 Attorney General of Porto Rico Messenger Offiitt arrived safely in Washington with Kentuckys thirteen electoral votes for Bryan JThe House disagreed to Senate to the army bill and appointed conferees iA Manila the Philipino Commission compromised flie church ands ate question by Deciding that religious instruction shall be given in the public schools only the three days out of the week James Dentons appointment as Collector for the Eighth Kentucky district was confirmed by the Senate Former Congressman George G8fes is dead at Clyde N Y w1 1conferr n the army re ojganization bill hel their firsti- meeting Tuesday The Kentucky Judicial District Bill is still held up owing to de mands for a hearing from cities wanting courts The final argu ments were heard yesterday Senate Monday confirmed IThe of James SHarfah to beiAttorney General of Porto Rico EquaIizIof Clinton Ben D Ringo of Hart ford George L Willis of Shely vIle William A Eubanks of Louisville Z Taylor Young of Morehead and John W Barber of j Sandy Hook The students of Cornell Univers ity will march in the inaugural parade at Woshington States Attorney Deneeii says Chicago leads all lather cities of the world in crime and attributes to leniency in prosecution iViIliam J Sewell vs reelbcted United States Senate by the New Jersey Legislature j Beat Out of an Increase of His Pen ion A Mexican war veteran and prominent editor writes Seeing the advertisement of Chamberlaihs Cholic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I am rem hided that sa soldier in Mexico in 47and48I contracted Mexicap diarrhoea auct this remedy has kept mejrom get ting an increase in my pensionjferj on every renewal a dose of it stores tne It i unequalled a quick cure for diarrhoea and pleasant and safel to akve For sa Tjy Theo Wesley Druggist Mt Yernon t A Rrominent Chicago yom g1 r Speaks v Prof Roxa Ttyier of Chicago VicePresident Jtlfmois Womand- Alliance in speaking of Chaniber laiqs Cough Remedy says tifl sul fered with a severe c6l this vinter which ilireateheq lotfu ihtpvp t IjsbuttIle medicine upset my stdmach fdnd ds d frY9l riIL ijberlain s dough Remedy anl lo j i a n t lak feJH vea1 arQJce 1 1 Q nttrelxr C 1saveg fhq tbnti Iini dPta r r t t CVlrH J th q1 fJi4 hd ilota1n JQ Y e9 i Pn1 f fiX if 41q l j i IIt A2CENT STAMP CAN EARN S25OO ial50oo lR I Get Our Prices and Save Expenses of Traveling Men l i6 YOU CAN SAVE MONEY IN BUYING YOUR11 or IFFLOJf2 aitT I ONE PRICE TO ALLAi hiId buys of us as well and at same jpificQ geran expert t SOUtHERN fACTORY TO HOMES OJRECT v j Ir VOTEY l TERMS PIANO ORGAN us DlSTRIBUTERSIoj ojilCtORIES PIANOS 100000OR ORGANS AN 2200 iff SOLE SOUTHERN DISTRl VrrEBS MASON HAMLIN- TAEEAND PUTNAM R EASY EVTEJlKTT HAZLETON HA1NES fffER S l FREE TRIAL IN YOUR OW HoMES c ALL FREIGHT PAID OUTFIT FREE Organs sold on 300 and 500 monthly fPianos sold on 800 and 1000 monthly lf Write us for Honest Goods Square Dealings J Lowes Prices Terms to suit all l i McARTHU8SONSCO 50000 PIJNOS payments payments Catalogs 1KNOXVILLE li Also rarerooms ac manta and Gnattanooga e e m S First National Bank OF STANFORD KY Capital Stock 5100000 Surplus 184o076 DlfeKCTORS J W ELayden W P Walton J H Collier M D JDlmbre e GvRied T P Hill S 11 Baughman W A Tribble M J Miller and S T Harris- r 1 We solicit the accounts ol the citizens of Rockcastle and adjoiningfcounties assuring them promptrand careful attention to all busi ness intrusted to us Persoual pplication and correspond ence with a view to business relations inviteda J S HOCKER Pres JNO J McROBERTS Cashier A A McklNNEY Asst Cashier V DANNIE 0W R N SUNDE T i i Caskets Coffins Robes Etc Kept in Stock Orciers by Mail Telegraph or Telephone KPromptly filled N1 N BRODHEAD KKNTUe JfTfft1 M 0 rJ 0 TOrt i JONAS MCKENZIEMT VERNON KY i l for Iv try thing in I Diy Groods Clothing Boots and Shoes ana VEdl riMerchandise BEST GOODS AT LOWEST PCES WILLIS L GRIFFINPractical tJndertlcer and FUNERAL DIRECTOR Alt Vernorii Kv i ietsRobes LlnenBosQm Cuffs H91r 5 Ca ketsand l1ave Embalmulgdpne ols jce 9tl e y ter lS OtdeisJJ tralJtorlelepnoti promptl y dltcnded to daVart l1i h fr t YJ r W I TH ER S lLL SELL YOU DOnqS for S 0 leA Rt ti WlTH ER 1IaQ s the prlcest + it2tOAIpedR9QiuStUlSpI409o tb 90 tQ M ttr ss af fij J1g t i 3otbsf JI r 300 i 4rlbs 400 rwY Ec Qtt n topM ttress s I4 i 25 5 W V li Vi1eJ3edSplit1gsttl25 7 2Qt t t J Ci II C tl dq H t 40 o if ii Q ef z tj1u51 th i1iJ AidJ ih rl fYJlJappr ia i lili i i t y 2 4i7flQfl l n1- i J t FRIDAY Jan 25 1901 t I t Published every Friday by EDGAR s ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE VEAI IOO 0 1Yi iAdvertising rates made knJ1iJ J f1 I application U HiR MAJESTY Queen Victoria tJiel Sovereign Ruler of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ire- landf passed quietly awayat Os borne Palace Tuesday evening at 630 oclock1 surrounded by her children and grand children It was a day of grea sorrow to tlie people of Englan when tlitsad tidings wgre hur ed from city to it tow u to n and hill topto vajThe ecu is dad a rurerjand as a voina she was dai1y J6ed h a her thhjecL She vas wgener us ano kipdheatf cd always reay to lenctk helping hand to the suffering hu anity of her domain Under her reign England has risen to be one of the greatest Nations on the globe Commercially speaking it is a mong the first and in defense Jsec ondtoone TiiE Louisville Times says The Commoner5 Mr Bryans jfepcr made its appearance at Lin coXufcSlSfebV Wednesday In his salulatory the editor deiends the name of this paper dgaiiust the charge that it is dSma dgic by pointing ouf that if hiof polloi o- fiibyears ago were worthy of specific mention in Scripture the coiiitnou people heard him gladly rit sufely is not demagogy to stand as hoi pollois champion now SIr Br an is always convincing in his illustrations but we canthielpr- ecal1iugl that it was aBout 3 5b r ryears before the common people- jfof Massiaoic days were allowed i surcease from being served as f Ivinctiebriforhungry ijons in Rome Must we of this day wait that long before the lions of plutoracy let up Ion us DHE report that the Southern railway is vo build a him from Bur gin Ky to Jellico lay tutu out lyto be a bluff The lofmiies of new track would cjost 3500000 It is now announjiecl hat if the So thernirailway getstt faorable Please of tll2 fueiSni fed Crescent line which it Hbw operates the necessity of btfildin thiiev link Avill be obviated Negotiations are pendingbetween President Spencer v of the Sputheru and the trustees of the Cincinnati Southern for the lease pf the latter line1 and if the trustees come loPtesideutS jen cers t rmsthe Burgin Jellico Branch will not be builtIouis viille Times JTnE Cadets at West Point have Snally awaken to a realization of lh feelings of the betttr element of jthe people of the Tnited States in regard to hazing and decided to forever refrain from the brutal practice more Itisawise decis ion on their part for public sen ti inent said it must stop and scop it trould anyway and they have simp ly1tak nihe shorter route to the ablution ofa problem which had to be solved One more step in the advancement of civilization Ji lIrlJi Republican leaders in Ken Ihckyi with Bradley and Combs on one side and Deboe and Sapp on theoth raregettingup a row Hamoiigthemseivesas to who is the bigges Republican in the State Bradley and Deboe both want to be cteao the United States Senate t y yhen Debce finishes jdrawing his alarY but we fail to see the reason for either oueof them tooling ray his time chasing uadpwsf Gov nor McGreary succeeicls Ie- i ioe in the Senate T r t4 TjtEPbpE is getting reidy for lifii ieinfee which lie stid lie had norieaseivjia believe would te delayed beyond this year f f VICTORIA DEAD I KIN EuwftI VII NOW RULER OF EIf J i J j r q jt fLAN1J fakeOatJtnd LeifPriYjCo eHor KfHi Hand iJ Cowes Isle of Wight Jan 23 Queen Victoria is dead and EdwardSr VII reigns The greatest event in the memoryI oftbis generation the ndiIItlonsas gently upon the anniversary of the death of Queen Victorias father the Dukepf Kent sThe end ot this areer r never qualed by any Wbman iin the yorld s history cami siri a simply ruraished room in 0sfocne jHousel hipmcst r cpctedo6 U womjj- iviug or dead lay in a great four posted bed and mvddea shrunken atom hOse ag f face ahJ figure were a cruel mockery Nof tlie lair girl who iu 1837 began tbJrule over England Around her were gathered aumost every descendant of he line Well within view of her dying eyes there hung a portrait of the Prince Consort It was he who designed the room and every part of the Castle 630 en Tuesday brought an end to the successful reign of Queen Victoria which lasted sixtythree years seven months and one day She belonged to The House of Han over who began their reign in 17 4with George Ij son of Elec ton of Hanover by Sophia daught er of Elizabeth daughter of James 1 He ruled from 1714 until 1727 and was 67 years of age The next As brave as Col Roosevelt maybe he must now confess he turn ed his hack on the enemy and hunted tor taller timber While out hunting a few days ago a pack of hungry wolves determined to try the Col s pluck ntf1ieCoL immediately took refuge in a tree remaining there until relieved some hours later by his companions A DEEP MYSTERY It is a mystery why women endure Backache Headache Nerv ousness SledjJlessness Melancholy Fainting and Dizzy Spells when thousands have proved that Electric Bitters will quickly cure such tr blessuff red for years with kidney troubles writes Mrs PUebe Cherley of Peterson Ia and a lame back pained me sol could not dress my self but Elec trict Bitters wholly cured me and although 73 years old I now am able to do all my housework It overcomes Constipation improves a1thtOnly 5dc ralI Brliggists drug store IT GIRDLES THE GLOBE The fame of Buckien Arnica S lve as the best in the world extends round the earth Its the one perfect heleroLCuts Coriis Bruises Soies Scalds Boils Ulcers Felons Aches Pains iiid all Skin Eruptions Only iiifdlliblecPile cure 25caboxat all Druggists Sore and swollen joints sharpj shooting pains torturing iuuscies no rest no sleep That means rheumatism Itisa stubborn dis ease to fight but Chamberlains Pain Balm has conquered it thous ands of times It will do so whenever the opportunity is offered Try it One applicatipii relieves thepain For sole iPY TlieoWes hey Diuggistit Vernn oftDDITIMrs Kate Tiiarp of Ivoretta was f he giiesiofrelatives hrelast week Mjss Carrie Purcell of Oak ilhj spent Sunday with Miss Mollie Roberts y faster Walter Robins is very sick with fever ft 1 Mr Josh Boreing Qjfe kai1r was here to s ellis bcst iri SUil ity cening 11t flGeorgeto r76o thiftv three years and vas 77 years of age Thence came George III grandson of George II His reign lasted from 1760 until 1820 George IV eldestspn of GeorgeIII 820 to 1830 and was 68 years old The fifth was William IY third son of George C3weIVictoriabpflevtle altShe was a daught iIor Edward1 IV son of George fcfL whoitign1ated a little over three score years She ascended the throne in 1837 andwas 8l years old I Albert Edward formally assumed the title of Edward VII King of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland and Emperor of India in London Wednesday PrivyitraditionIhis hand and swore allegiance the House k Lords and House Commons doing likewise except in respect tohe kissing Edward on his arrival in London was greet ed in silence but after the cere mony his subjects found their voices and cheered The funeral of Vivtoriajjiyill be a gorgeous affair and from information received it is thought the in terrment will take placeat Frog more where the Queens husband Prince Albert is buried J CASTOR IAJ Frtv Infants and Children BoughtISi tatnreof The Senate took up the Ship Subsidy Bill and SenatorVest led off witH a speech in opposition The Court of Appeals yesterday- ixteudeduutil January 30 tIle timed filing briefs in the Jim Howard cIft A reward of3Oq has been offered for the arrest of the Indiana contractor Gibson wJ1tried to bribe the Governor of Mississippi IGen Lee has been or4qred to send United States troops to deal with the Snake IndJnswho are on the war path in Indian Territory I The ti ial of Rolla White for the murder of James Shotwell at dor bin last Wednesday has been set for next Thursday iloJhe Vhitley Circuit Court BLOWN To ATOMS The old idea that the body some times neehs a powerful drastic purgative pill has been explode for Dr Kings w4ifePiisj which are erfeptlyKarmiess gent ly stimulate liver and bowels to ex pel poisonous matter cleanse the system and absolutely cure Constipation and Sick Headache Only 2 5ccat bruggstsidrugstore Cut this out and tike it to Theo Wesley pruggfst drug store aod get a free sample of Chamberlain Stomach and Liver Cablets the best physic They 41so cure diso- rderof the stbmacliebiliousaess and headach r iiifIf troubled witliagesvtion belehiiigi sjofcr stomach or if you feel dull after eating try LiverIplea free at Theo Wesleys driiff store rt t i ljfx f yi ij YailfgtttU1f r iVOCy b4X f th4gu- tki i tiv Btot11 QWI h I dy tat aa I2OhI t Kfiiif j BEE ErCK i RevO MWallm filled his ap pointmentat Good Itopechurch Sunday tMiss Ada Cummins who has been very ill is convalescent Miss Annie Brown of Waynes burg is visiting relatives at this plce Wallace Perkinswliols attend ing Level Green Academy was with home folks Sunday A letter from W H Barnes your former correspondent from this alqngnicelyMIST Maggie Mullins of Maret burg was the guest of her sister Mrs j M Reynolds Saturday and Sunday Rev O M Wallin opened school at the Estes school house 14 hist with 35 pupils in attendance iJWI Herrin bt CJabjOrclard- was in thivicinity Friday and Saturday mixing with his many friends 1 Messrs Isaacs Piiceand Colson were to see their best girls Sunday Josh Wilson sold C F Loriy a small farm near this place Jas Brown sold his farm for 450 to Wm Blair of Washington Mr Brown bought M B Reynolds farm for 360 Mi Reynolds and family contemplate moving to Illinois t RheumatismNObnovs it andnothing now known will ahvays cure it Doctors try Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil when thev think it ii caused by im perfect1 digestion of Qed You can do the same It mayoi may not be caused j bv the failure ofestbrhaeh and JH ftrt tluIf bowels io do their yoik If it is you will Cure itifnotI i you will do no harm f The way to cure a disease s to stop its eaus and help the body get backto its habit of health 1 When Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil does thiiftt cures when it dont it dbnt cure It never does harm J The genuine has this picture on it take no other If you have noj tried it send for free sampfe its agreeable taste will surprise youSCOTT BOWNE Chemists ooPearl St N Y 5oc and zoo all druggist- sBARQAINAT 4i711 RRR 1 JONES Granulated Sugary 53Z c Light Brown Sugar 63c Arbuckle Coffee il i4 Lion Coffee f2 Best Green Coffee I5C Canned Goops 8t rQc Best Dry Salt Meat 9c Lard ij iocz Meal per bushel t 5 0 Best Patent Flour 60 to 6 sci Bestshipstufffi fq iopvlbs 2 pounds soda for 5 ccnjW 1 California Hanlslerli ce Len s H t5 75C up 19t Shoes from 50 up v Clothing hieiivs tjsuitsljl6ni 300 lip i j All grades calicoes tins week 534c trOver c tsfr01l1650 up Ribbons Laces Ladies Hdsej Mens Hose all as r rtheajp v as the cheapest Goods delivered inc any part of town at your d6oWr iSAtPRbAYis myliuginda at- Wice sold tanJ Licu ioi Kj It t 4f r q it Jff 4 h The incl You Have Always Bought and w1th has been in ue for over SO year has borne the Ijpmre ofIp and has been made under his per sonnl supervision cinco its infancy Ailovrno one to deceive youin this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgrood ore but Experiments that trifle witll anti endanger tIle health of- Infants and ChilthcnEperieaico against Erperirneat What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor 011 Par- goric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other jarcotie substance Its ago io its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverislmess It cures Diarrhoaa ari tlrVind r Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens PanaccTho Mothers Friend fj Vr GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of 4IJ THe KM You Have Always Bought jn Use For Over 30 YearsttT Jf TT Yon T D JUN d J T2r 11 nai bOR 11 E AITm i seldom you can have your choice but health you can have you use FlThedelicate phys v icalorganization of woman under the conditions of lifo as they rrc t Ij day requires that same care and constant readjustscit as decs the corn plex mechanism ofa fine watch hi ii FII r fd kt It is if G I GERSTLES FEMALE I PANACEA j 1 4 teo LtSsIr It ialr1 every organ It cures all forms of Womb and Ovarian trouble including It Whites Prolapsus Painful or Suppressed Menses etc mid run Ires Obik birth and Change of Life easy and painless Jio r ti rfMRS BENTON SMITHS CURE Mr wife suffered with diseases peculiarto her sex for thtee years and was unable to do aajthLrc ler usins two bottles of Fr Ceritlei Fnale Panacea she is now entirely cured and cart do an of hTOVrr work She weighs morothan over before in her Ufo and I feel that I cannot say enough In pie ot I t We heartily recommend it suffering women BEXTON SMITh Garland Tenn Druggists Sell IL F P Sreq If your case is not fully cove ctl our ireo I 1luL Gcrstlo t Co Chattanooga Tcnn For Sale by C L Davis Co Mt Vernon Ky J wnYou Read This 7 I s j And need anything done Come and see me at WESLE DRUGSTORE KIT VERNON KY I have withdrawn from th SIGNAT office on account6c tHe close confinment and a long needed rest t will run a firstclass Watchmaking shop do work in Vvork man lifcejmanner and in all eases try to deliver York thesanie day itV s brought to me Heretofore I have been laboring under disadvant v ages by iiiaVirig to work on the paper in SIGNAL OFFICE tlitughq the day and on Watchwork night consequently couldnot turn out f work very fast I learned my trade under a Gennan Watchmakers Uctone of the best in the country y My SJrop is Equipped Witji Improved JffacJuJTO To do all kinds of work aiidvvill add morc I do all kinds of JeyeJ ing pivoting put in balance staffs gold and silver soldering j reptr spectacles umbrellas parasols c A OPTICAL GOODSrl have madea study offitting the ed w ly with glasses I httve the latest appliances fqr sti gnd tltyiSit at leisure times every town aridjpostpfnce in the cuptY to1 ddHvhat york is to be done get better scquainted with thepeople an3 work up my business Whether you want anything or not come and see me at- VESLEVS DRUG STORE 1VIt Vernon KyV Yours with the greatest of respect I 7 S Ct FRANKLIN If TFEMT1VERNON nEPDglt BAN- I5IT 2i I IeINON KY13rIIY OPENED 1900 j i f jio CAPITAL STOCKS 15QOOi S fif MARTIN EKES AJ Ki 1i WE S ViciPis l W Jv RicSAfeDS CASHIER Av B FURNISH AssTCiu l XruegerGe 0 Weohicit CQ t1tsffit1l andin4vduas Caretulratten tion is given coJectibnsenrusted tois A Our fneiias auji ptr ti are invited W call hen in toss 1i T i0 r1 Mt Veraon Signal ftVJR tN KY Jan 25r901 LOUtsVILLiW S CRRCO TIME TABLE 24 north l 1105 a m 26 north lv v 132 a m 23 south 157 p IP 25 South J44 a m TAS LANDRUJI Agent Eateredattbc Mt Vern a Ky Postoffice as sec naclaM mall matterl MASONIC Ashlantl Lodge No C40 meets 3rd Mon Jay 10 A m CHURCHES Christian I plds serYic 1st Sri Sundaj at ilam aiJ1 at 680 p in Presbyterian Holds Services on the 4th Sunday Baptist OKilrch Services eD the Second Saturday night and n nday S da1 School at ra ever Sunday Prayer meeting on Tuesday mums PerwSQJ1a t 15 d i J jTowery was here Monday Miss Cora Adams is visiting rela 1fives week i1iSS Carrie Lair vas in tdvn slibpping Tuesday M Jt C Rineheart of Living slon was here Sunday Mr H 1 Mullins was here Wednesday on business John and D M Preston were up from Livingston Monday IMr J A Taylor went to Lon don vesterday on business I iiss Fannie McFerron is visiting relatives here this week T D Mullins of Livingston dim yesterday to See his brother RB Rev A J Pike and W H Sow der were here yesterday oh bust ness 1 W G Dowell passed through Tuesday on his ya3yhome from Corbin i Dr I S Burdett and John Sig inan of Brodhead Aveire here yes terday R L Joplin who is now located at Somerset was here the first of the week Hon J Craft ot London was on Wednesdays train en route to Louisville Prof Ewers piipcipal oQhe Col lege reports fine progress and sev eral new pupils Mr and Mrs JW Boone of May wood are here visiting their daughter Mrk Jas Rickles Misses Vifsie and Rosa Griffin of the Pine Hill neighborhood are visiting Mr and Mrs G S Griffin Miss Rosa Qentry entertained a few friends Saturday evening I in honor of Miss Arthusa Cloyd of Crab Orchard J v Judge Alcuru of Stanford pass ed th ugh the first pf the week on his way to Williamsburg where he Is atfending ccrtirt AttorneyLW sons near Big Hill Tuesday to take Some depositions JEHoul has moved up over tis store ro6m The way he has ever thing arr iged it till make i very pleasant living lipStairs F L Turpeii has sold his stock of groceries in the cellar to Mr Henry Fish and vi return to his home t Langfords the first of next week d MX Hamilton add his son Mat of Wiio je werehere Monday and told v us that a Splendid meeting conducted by eRe Combs with several addittOtis Imd just closed i Mt Fritz Xxueger writes us a very enteresting letter frpta Letogo Germany under date of Tan 8 901 s1i l1gtl1athe made the trip acrosstjje tantic in 9 days that he was haying a vtry enjoyable time antliat he and Mrs ISxutget would return to Au erica abputihe id le qr brtt rYj t jt 5 1J M W S C tnn ins was down from Condon TuesdayT John H Coffey paid lSoaveIY pleasant f J Wednesday Jones FVi 4vns in toVn Wednes day and sajs li is j the fig tfor- j unlY JU9g l t t Misses Mary aifdSrJfcliu Colver spent Saturday lutjl iVIJJ day with friends in Livingston Miss Etna Hiiyes oj Wildie left Wednesday night for a visit to rel atives at Thorn town Indiana Albert Allen was here Wednes day to see his son who is attend ing the Collegiate Institute James Maret spent sveeral days in Lancaster this week looking af ter some telephone business Mrs Chas Spillman came Sun day to be with her mother Mrs J L Joplin who is still very low Ji Maurice Brown left Monday for Colorado where he will work forjne Santa Fe Railroad E C Walton and Joe Waters the Stanford editors were on Sat urdays train en route to Living stone Miss Berda Mal tin one of the teachers at the college visited home folks at Mar tburg Saturday and Sunday j Mr Tom Hatcher of London and Mr Herman Frith of Brod head wersJiejre Sunday to see their best girls tf Mrs Will Casper of Nashville TtnnIGameSuuda to b ndVfew days with her parents Mr and Mrs G XV Gentry Capt L C Smith of Livingston and Miss Lockie Billion of Crab Orchard elpped from Livingston Saturday night for Jellico and were married W T Short our splendid dep uty U S Marshal is an applicant for the deputy collectors place un chance10rMn G W Dry and wife have moved into the house with their broth t in1aw Mr Theo Wesley W R McClure win move into the house vacated by Mr Dry We failed to getthe personal last week of Miss Georgia McFerron being in the city She will several weeks and will remainI take a course in dress lu Miss Annie Green of Versailes who has been attending her sister Mrs M C Miller during her sick ness returned to her home Monday Mrs Miller is very much better Mrs J R Orndoff and Mrs Hugh Hagans of Livingston were on Satur4ays train returning from avisit to Mrs W M HaveV at Lebanon Ju ctiouIntenor Journ gl Dr and Mrs Cooper Mrs Sue Klullins and Capt J M Smith came up from Livingston yesterday Mrs Cooper and Mrs Mullins spent the night with Mrs clCWilliams Mrs Susan Buttier and Mr J F Munday were here Wednesday While in town Mr Munday called and left a dollar for the Signal for tgoi He and his vyoung bride will move in a few dayS to his home at Ford Ky V- Mraud Mrs J L Fuller arid Mrs CH fuller of Cleveland OHio spent iseveraltdays with Mr and Mrs J A Taylor They left 3 esterday for Nashville where they will spend several days before re turning their home in Ohio Amdng the new students who cnteredic011ege last week was Miss ArthusaCldyd of Crab Orchard Miss Cplyd ia bright attractive girl a teacher of nq little abjlity and ati energetic widfe awake stus dent we are glad to have her in our midst M rs Clep BrbWu foho receu tly purchased a Millinery tore Tn Georgetown will leave in a ffevvj days forthat place to take cbarge aiwir get in read rtiss f9rher spring opening It is vvithrjuch regret that people otM1 Veraoiii give her up Shei Ri a devout membet of the Christian church arid always taken a prominent part in Suridisy schibbl and J2hurcii wortt- j and will bes dly irifsseidVfatAtlt important po tof duty f ui I LOCALS I01d Newspapers at Joffic for sale at 25ctsperbui dred i H i i The Signal and TwiceaWeek Courier Journafor 150 Read W wf Withers ad in atiQtHer column and save money by using youi cash Dn P A Penniugtonv dentist from Louisville will be at the Mil er House during Chcuit Court pre pared to do all kinds of dental work STOPS THE COUGH AND WORK OFF THE COLD Laxative BromoQuinifie Tablets cure a cold in one day No cur no pay Price 25 cents This office will soon have com pleted the minutes of the thirtieth session of the United Baptists which met with the Brod head church Sept 4 5 and 6 1900- TO OURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggist refirrd the money ifit tails to cUre E W Groves signature is on 2CtS eachbf upervrrTn7J board of sup erVlson met again Wednesday to hear art or such reasons why parties whose land ancJ psrsolfal property had beet r is dshould not remainso For carpentering stone and brick work or handmade coffins all work guaranteed and done only by contract Address WA TYREE Brodhead Ky Some unknown person dropped a letter in the post office for us this week which contained quite a number of good locals This we appreciate and trust that will not be the last time The only sugges tion we have to make is that jou just bring them to the office or hand them to us any where you see usNeare always more than thankful to getsuch items DEADMr MarsheLE Mullius m- iE1aooutotiehere of apoplexy He was abdut sixty years of age served tHis Magisterial district at one time as alwaysIgentleman He leaves a wife and seven children four sons and three daughters all of whotn are grown TROUBLE CEASED The arrival of Col Roger Williams with a company of eighty men arid a gatt ling gun stopped for a while at any rate the trouble in Corbin between the Whites ano hotwelljL Three of the Shotwells were arrested and placed in the Wil am burg jail The Whitley countyrand jury which is in session npK will in1 vestigate the matter osel and in all probability will finji iridiranentS agfailrist members on both sides for murder LIVINGSTO Lee Tate was with us this week John Young Brown not the Irenegade J Y B went to Lbuis this week Slippery 0ick Hampton has gone on the SoutH eLd lbcal It GanfHilt lliHi tettfrned lto bur city and is Welcotn- eHellard Olivdr of ii3rews is vith its atteridirig rof Dickersonls School v ODistve Herrin and wife W i1tto Wijdie this week to sae Mrs Par sonSj who has been very illaud is J now reported better Judge RG Williams GC WU Hams Morris Brown and jailer Geb Griffin were ia the city this week jl JS Gad1 5inglet6ii as JUst fetUrriedfrpni atrip in Gafrard and Madfsou cbiiiitiigs au ha efts dr- blyv anti IjicksQii l f ad1 iia hustler rJOhh QvS fPJle HIH w s in thVeity on business ilV ef lifear ttiafc Harry lAliae ijirlg tol iptett1e stQre vbete he- djI k 4piJI gtbitife l ftre ijnill ih 9tfc sQlI feobnty oftt g f j i Iirr t 1tjltf2Jir tiJf J Mr Saunders Ball has typnoiu vlfeverMiss KorUus has been very ill but is now much better Mr John Biisslexwas in the city Ion business Miss OEOffie Meadows of Fine Hill lias teen visiting here this week S- vJ Bmbry of Stanford was in the city on a visit r li C Mulliiis eicoJia7el Patoh fuesdayr r JH Ha anison tlicf sick list but not dangerou 7 Itseems that Mrs Nation has arrived from Kansas Miss Bettie Wilmot is here visit ing Misses Cloe and Bertina Mul lins Mr W W Wrightand wife are on a visit to Earksville and ether points Mr 1 T Stewart came down to see usf and had that pleasant fmle for alL The Columbia Operai TGompany passed through iher xon their way to Richmond Mr Dick Hocker of Junction City has1 beeii visiting his brother and Sister Bowman Cocktell are loading ties on the yards They liiaverload ed about 21000 Mrs Cordelia Ramsey of Mars Hill N C is visiting her brother Mr Joe Oliver W M Fields made us a short visit this week on business and re turned to his Lincoln home Mr W S Cummin and aught er of London spent a few days with Mr J A MuJlins family Steve Owens has returned home on a short visit from Knox coun ty where he is running a sawmill Mr Henry BrcWning has returned to our city and has taken an interest in the store ot W M Fields Misses Mary and Jalia Colyer of Mt Vernon were here visiting Misses tjtfna Herrin and Martha Hamm I 11 We uriderstand thtt Mr W C Mji lins has purchased the proper ty lately occupied by Herrin Sou from Fields Herrin Blankeiiship Herrin will com t mence work on the property of Jailer Geo Griffin soon when the builning will be raised and many changes made E C Walton of that good old Democratic paper the Interior Journal waS with us this week Kd is tike Rip Vau Winkle has swore lloff Oui oid friend Pete Reneker is on the run through etPete is one of the besWf conductors and traveling ptibliclnay be assured of kind treatment when on his run Some people tHink that a public omcershoult ferit out all infractions of the law when it is simply impossible from thefact that those h who c m lbm conceal the evidenceI in their possession In Whorter case it was claimed that he had been struck with asstqaei when the facts of the case are that he stepped Jnto a oleJnthe- platform and sustained sevefe in juries 4Do arid the Parson went out calling this week eveVyone kjapws that tHe Parson fs afine singerAthkt is over tlie Wat ron their return from their call tfaey made the air riiig with ffieir melor dyr a they reach 1ihts side of the river hey were mt by a man who asked who struck my log The Dr answered saying tjiat was the Parson sihging vieiitbe man ex claimed Oh Ha i f The I R Mr eiBmtobe gaiu ing veryfastih pur fcity as they have tall iiieeiitigs nearly every nighty when som poor Pale face is lacedtUixDu theback of the Mfrau ticj gbatyr whapaints his face red t T onl know much about ritbut think I iiust be awful th ian moreso whtn he is hs aH yrI 0 R H wheie I undefstand they are tit allbW dtoustt a sideSEddIc Qh yoU or goad 7 t f J8t i u l Yt41fJYltk- f j t t ilem rttiI i as 1 ji1i 11 WI one or the ablest lawyers in East ern Kentucky Now see here Ed what is the maVter with you Pleaae comedown to our city and itwill introduce you to Solomon T Sheep who not ooh knows the laW but can make la v to suit any case Why ic isthatMr s W does4not scold you for that picture I cant see you knov Casper is a fine looking gent at ieast bethinks so and the picture does not do him justice The Motlie ris Favorite Chamberlains Cough Remedy is the mothers favorite It is pleas ant and safe for children to take and always cures It is intended especially for coughs colds aud whooping cough and croupI bect medicine made for eases There is not the least danger in giving it to children for h contains no opium or other in jurious drug and may be given ast confidently to a babe as to an adult For sale by Theo Wesley Druggist Mt Vernon i wn- DENTISt Ml V RNON Kv OFFICE At the Rice property JPHONE YoungWoinn isacrltialstrual disorders started at that time soon grow inlto fatal complication Tfcit female troubles are filling graveyards proves this Wine of Cardtd estab lisaes a painless and natural menstrual How When once this important ftmc Hoa isGtarfed right3 healthy me will usually follow Many women young ofCardugive women freedom from panand to young women fcr dutyof life joilfcs at druggists Mils Delia H Strayer Tully Karu I jhavc suffcreH untold pain at menstrua periods for a long time was nervous Iud no appetite and lost interest in everything in fact was miserable I have taken four bottles of Wine of Carduf with Thedfora BlachDrau ht when needed and today I am entirely cuedt Cannot express the thanks feel for what you have done for rrt For advJco In Irjntrlfiff specto dlrto tlonsV address giving arm prom tbo J n dies Advisory DopfirtaientThe Chattanooga Jlod Iciflo ConfpaujV Cliattanoogat TenDio mOf nJ uniTt 7 C THE PEOPLES 1 DRUGHSTORE1 C C DA its CO DRtJfiS PATENT MEDICINES Perfumes tati Cigars Tobacco Paints Oils TOILET ARTICLES PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED T J J r t IN ORDER TOM AKE Hoorri For Our Spring GnOD S Z WE Will Sell FW rH Nxk3b D x5 1fAT COST J 1 EVERYTalNG e hav id Suits OvercCats5 Bipts Overshoes Rubbai c j Men s Woolen1 UnderwearI j Mies Capes Facliialop ajid floods Gdnafor ei nd Blnice etc PITl qnuNN at d adt Kentucky iEV RDit 3t TS j J IsH4l Ba10 al1 fa7i Wei y Illli1 f r j 9 lsf NQ PAS HatsJ ft 1iShoesaltlGr eries I t MfNSSUJTALI4WOO FRO1Vr 3 T0 S5 OYer oaM FFDm u MfioOi In uJJ g the- kPf t ltialiFYar tbe tvJ t1llngst h bi dd I Y 1w S a ltLn s efCjt i rir Jgii i RQ lit I nr i T 1 y1t t hf H j f Gt P P Q r t Url 1 t 4j11 t0 i r J 1 b vt t i FO R ir rHE PEOPLE OF ROCK ASTLE ei i Nvert Before wasSuch an Immense0 I stockof Gteds Landed ki J i MT VERNON v f r I s i I j rrEVERYTHING Marked down to RockNbottbthr es i F l St HOME MARKETS Corrected each week byHouk Son Mt Vernon Ky l26CLjonpreen Coffee 12 0140150 i63c Flour No i per barrel X450 u Belle of Lincoln per brl zoo 4PLabefle 7cDan1Star Son 3 cakes ioc 734cGrauulated t Extra Light Brown Sugar Ib 6cSprup Caramel gal bucket 35C I 4ocShipstuff f 5CCalico83cClothingLard ioc in small lots bets in 50 Ib lots or more Korthern seed oats none on hand Millet hay on handj 15Feathers Gioballd Hinkle of Bardstown bought of John Burt3ett 18 mules at 100 He also purchased of Will Thorn ton of Bradfordsville eight mules at 8o Lebanon Enterprise ftbe Kentucky Live Stock Breed ers Association was organized Tuesday at Louisville with 5000 capital stock paid in The date of the first exhibition was not selected The object of the association is the advancement improvement and development of fine live stock Every class of live stock is repre sented in the association Louis Deshazer sold lastrweek to Walter Co 5 shoats 680 pounds- at 450 Eugene Woods living- on the State pike near town has sold his tobacco crop at 7 cents pe- rpoundCI Adams of Mud Meet ingHouse community sold on the J3th to Walter Co one fat cow I33o pounds at 350 per hundred Harrodsburg Democrat Thursday of last week RKiHart sold to Henry Beard ot Lex ington 60 extra 3yearold mare mules broke fat and all right for 125 a head This was probably the best allround lot of mules in the State and certainly in this sec tion Jos Hendrick also sold to same party u good o iesvat 120 The demand for mules to ga to South Afria is the cause of the boom which also extends to the common horse market It is an ill wind which blows nobody good and Kentucky is willing to furnish Britishers with mules even if she does sympathize with the Boers Fiemiugsburg TimesDemocrat R KHartof Fleining i soldto Beardof1xiQgton60 mules at 125 ea dtiof Boyle sold some fat h6gsweigh 5sheep4004cGd t W Lon fit Co to Shelby T Har horsrtnd a high acting mare for 5157 snd bought of Allen Bros of DQAhpft for March i delivery at 4 attd has alot on baqd lie bought o Cw a j Jt tj i f IMMENSE QUANTITIES of DRY GOODS f i 0 FROM 5 cent GaHco up to the Finest Dress goods that can flut to please you x v t jPllsp iMiek aM Cents fulrhtshlngs sucti as TJndenvearv Hosiery veryhtt cheapNGENTS Clothing of the best and finest selection and a guarantee in fit and r rice 1 SHOES Hats and Caps in endless variety Fine shirts of the latest pattern that IS bound to please Come to our big store and be convinced r OAK CHESNUT AND POPLAR SHINGLES ALWAYS HAND GIVE YOUR ORDER Houk Adamsl r Son Phone various parties at 4ta 40 2l4I He bought of C K McClure 1 I cattle at 380 Interior Journal Dr W O Robards sold his farm of 330 acres to John Starks of Louisville at X7o Mr Starks who is a successful Louisville merchant will usetbis iasaa c6untry home A GVOcate Fox McDowell sold a bunch of feeders to George Cultoa t4cthe first of the week News Owing to the great demand for mules in South Africa the prices are getting better every day STNTD1Doesy- our split at handful y run HA IR ning rfinge rs through it it lifeless Give a chance itare not a they are because they are starved J atsaIL j 1he esttr is r you ON hair the end Can you I your seem dry and your Hair Feed The roots dead weak YQl HairvigorIf you dont want your hair die use AyersFf tr Vigor dnceada f If makes isfaUipg druffIt always restbres color to gry or faded hair it nevei fails titteAU druggists VJgorstojiixidtm nicelyJUIIisWITr eMarch tlSOO CawcaDak Ui cr8Ji r r c Jete vitliwlriclilyras i 1 ltJriJ4ithfngo1idorflil J lttril1 lSW I gtYorkNX- o notxbtalnall ihe 1encats Visted from the Use ot the Usilr tiefDoctor about It lelM M r kAif EIfJg THOUSANDS SENT INTO EXILE Every year a large number of poor 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 few DIscoveryfor Con homeYIts I medicinejjfor Cou gl ds all Throat and Lung diseases dn earth The first dose brings relief Astounding cures result from persistent Use Trial bottles free at all Druggists Price 50c and 100 Every bottle guaranteed t I 5JJL t Paper Published in the Uninted States for Democrats and for all readers is th- eTwcecWee1c Carier Jourri The equal ofmany dailies and the superior of all other sVmiweek lies or weeklies Issued day and Saturday 104 copies av year and you get it for only 1OO A YEAR The Wednesday issue is devoted to News Matters the Saturday issue to Home Matters A liberal cojnmissipn to Agents Sample copies cherfuliy sent free to all tcILouisyjlle Ky BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMEN- t YOUCAN GETT E A1EITH jl TWICE AWEEK COURIER- ti JOURNAL Bbtlfeiie Year f rOi11t tlo 1 r0 01 y This js for cash subscriptions only All stibscriptiolist uude- this ofletmttst be sent ihrdtigh1 the SIcii offite sSaiftS l Sf jJiti t 1 l r 14 iJtt J GROCERY and HARDWARE DEPARTMENT i It 1 S complete a jinc as there is in any store in Kehtuchy Uardw a e and Cutlery there is no end t iI J Groceries I Dont FIRSTCLASS US t Successors Houk NoS52 pullout ATER sufferers Wefrne combination COURT CALENDAR MOLIday in January April July and OctoberCIRCUIT COURTSecond Mon day in February Fourth Monday in May and Third Monday in Sep temberMT VERNON POLICE COURT Third Monday in each month P A Pennington D D S M D DENTST- N W Cot Third and Chestuut fits LOUISVILLE KYI Will be at Miller Houst It ernoh durihg nit Cir6tvit Courts 7 i ra G WVMcejtfRiji J i BROWN McCLtfRE BROWN Attorney sat La wt Mf VERNON Ky All business entrusted to our care will receive prompt attention Office room NaS in the old Brick Hotel r u C C WILLIAMS AottrneyatLaw Mt Ue non Ky fikOffice on 2nd floor of new brick on Church street Specia attention given to collections R G WILLIAMS A ttorriey at La w MT VERNON KY be R pr BRaV1 AXTORNEYATtAjVt MT VrizvoN KEF1hJcKY Sffecialattenttdn give to lections lii tIRNI I1AN-D UNDERTAKING A full and complete stock All i H order filled t prpmptlyv Motto 4hrstgoodsaidjlowest pncei BtiNXINSHIl ltaSife3ii4 v lsvfy lv n tbn r r J YrSyt HiliiitJf 21jftlt Bt t Nice and fresh in Large Quantities sellihg v WVlowvery Fail to visit us wKeii iri town Iand see our arge- and complete stock and get yourself a bargaifi1 an opportuni ty perhapsyou haVent had for some time to to col f l R JONES DENTIST STANFORD KY Phono JNo 48 iJ Office over Higgins McKenneys Stor- eMACK T ESTES Carpenter Cabinet andMaker o Ml Vernon Ky Mantles and Hatracks a specialty The Veranda r Hotel JOE H COFI EY PROPR 1tlrft Cj Spe i iv travelingti nien s u pie room on first floor Ban rvMtns free to guests RATES 200 per day hr E WORN FROM OCEANro OCEAN 11 n l 1Ij fijl t dams Kytf if V t Ifl 1 iiF i1Cff of T i7f 1 CaIllkat the Siana t ofti Mt Vernon 1t J W- Xdxt jk l t W A CARSON Painter and Paper Hanger Brodhead Kentncky i All work firstclass and guaxan teed to give satisfaction Phone No 1 MT VERNONri LIME COMPANY of Manufacturers Lime and brick They also furnish Lime BuiJ lmg F Stone rough quarry face or cuts Orders promptly filled 4 3943 1 fSl NATIONAL BANK OF LONDON KYa li Capital 5Qi6o r l Surplus I509i ti rc V BOREING M HOPE N president VicePresident t KrM JACKSON 4 CashIer WE WAlq YOUR BUSINESS 1iif t 1 Millr House f H1YGH MILLEZ PRoir Headquarters for 0rrirriercial Men J Porerat 1 trains IlIJI l HhtI irith ij4 FRA1 CISCO Propr f Located atrtlleDepot cEi B d adKrG obclavery A tachcdi Meet all Trains Day 4 TrayelingMi and Railrod J f 1Itxnehes for all tTaiu r 0l d 7 f bAL