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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t T I it I tit tO jr ti tL uflnin4t fJ dUI11i 4 i VOLUME =V rIT VERNON ROOKOASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY FEB 8 1901 NUMBER 20 TELL fiurFRIENDS TO BE BRAVIfA11J FFARLESS AND LOYAL TO THE GREAT COMMON PEOPLE COUNTY CLAIMS The following is a list of claims allowed at the October Term 1900 of the Rockcastle County Fiscal Court V U G Baker allowed for chairs furnished Courthouse 16229 Dr R H Lewis allowed for waiting on Sarah Johnson 600 Same for waiting on Sparks fami 13 250 Same for waiting on Clouse family 150 Same for taking care of smallpox patients at Wildie 2500 Dr John S Cooper allowed for going to Wildie to see smallpox patients 1250 W R Thomas allowed for tak ing care of Manila Barnes during her confinement 1200 Dr A G Lovell allowed for services rendered paupers 2325 W C Mullins A G Novell and W H Jones allowed for their ser vices as Election Commissioners or 1899 Each 600 Dr A G Lovell allowed for waiting on Mrsjames Rash 3000 Dr W E Grcveley allowed for pauper service 2550 Dr Geo Lawrence allowed for services rendered paupers 4750 Theo Wesley allowed for books furnished by order School Commissioner 5065 John P Houston James Poteet and Harrison Reams allowed for viewing out new county road Each 200 Hays Wood allowed for burial clothing furnished J T Miller 600 Win Lunceford allowed for wait ing on and keeping J Torn Hall 2010 Percy Be on allowedforvai ing on James Denny and pauper services 2000 J F Vatson allowed for medicine furnished Clay Fordyce 1255 Same for medicine furnished Jas Denny 1900 Frank Jones allowed for burial clothing furnished Wash Clouse c V 575 James Miller allowed for boarding and taking care of Samuel Croucher 1900 Same for takipgare of Laura- B Johnson V goo M S Berry allowed for coffins furnished for iizzie Clouse Bert w Cloiise Albert Cl use Nannie Tnr ner and VI rs Sparlis 1 1 75 Frith Dunn allowed for mer chandise furnished paupers 2500 Dr D B Southard allowed for medical services rendered pau pers 1500 Dr M Penningtou allowed for waiting on Cinda Scarbraugh 300 Same fOt waiting on James Hanks wife 750 Same for waiting on Nannie Adams child 35O Dr j C Davis allowed for wait ing on Jack Kirbys wife 1500 j C Riuiel allowad for viewing new county road TOO Nl F Craig Tart Proctor and J J Brown allowed for viewing couirty roaqEach Ibb James Prtwh tallowed for mak ing cotfi us for Emeline BL knell Lucy Ro and j frs Jack Hurt f r f8 ob E S Albright allowed 4or print ing cotmiy claims Jldroad or d v V i8oo- I J Price allowed for medical BrddleysJson s6Oi PcrRins Prcwitt allowed for talc lug cafe of jJHving OMeil 1500 WvHv Tones allowed for burial clhingtrnished Emily Beck iicili T f j 300 Sinus tor merchandise furnished fhlAgV U ibv 37P- Mr Hetti Crol allowed fo- reI Vvfcti 1 nf triii udeied b fv TV paul- Ill cr j 1 tla i iiitn allowed for hiSk- ing Bin wr4Anse Beckul2h00 IContinued on fourth page ykfr JcBRODHEAD jjj- j3C3 Little Walter Robins who has been very sick is improving Mrs T S Aftji visited her 1 JSulphurMr D Holms and family of Crab Orchard have moved to their farm at this place Mr Jo S11lit ioue of our promi nent farmers was in town Monday Mr A J Haggard and son WS made a flying trip to Stanford Saturday last Dr Gravely says uncle Nat Willmott of Gum Sulphur is very sickalso Uncle John Haggard Mrs Maurice Frith was quite sick last week Little Mary Smith of Williams burg who was totally blindand is here havingher eyes treated by Dr Burdette is gaining her eyesight rapidly Dr Burdette is certainly a blessing to the blind Miss Nola Keasling gave the young people a social Monday eve A11 report a nice time j The debating society is flourish ing The subject for Frideay night last was Who was the greatest man A Lincoln or George Wash ington It was decided in Lincolns favor Come on boys we will make orators some day Mrs W H Colyer is very sick Hamilton Collyer is some better Mrs W G Tharp who has been sick for some time is now better Mrs Henry Brooks near Gum Sulphur died Sunday rnorningcdq was buried at same place Messr J H Dun R H Han and E J Wallin attended the bury ing of Mrs Brooks Mr E J Ham the hustling pie ture agent was in town Tuesday Dr JM Clark one of our best physicians left Sunday night for Ashville N C Mr H C Sorrell of Crawfords yule Ind is visiting relatives here Bro Hendrickson filled hisregu lar appointment at the Baptists church Sunday Dr Evans of Lebauon visiting Mr W G Thaip this week Aunt Jane Woodall died Tuesday morningat 10 oclock Mr JV Tate was in Mt Vernon Saturday on business Ms C H Frith will resume work on his fine residence March the first Mrs J W Tate and Mrs A E Albright were visiting friends in Mt Vernon Saturday and Sunday fohn Fowler the barber who has been sick is some betterJ Robt Wilinott is improving Uncle Josh Dunn sold his farm inGarrard county to a Mr Beck of Wa3ue county Mr LH Dunn was in vLancas teron business Friday Rev A J Pike filled his appoint ment at Baptists church in Marion last Sunday t The Rockcastle County Fair SI sociation met Saturdsy night Ow ing to the inclement weather there was not a quorum and didno busi liess Will meet again March 2nd y Anybnewishing white diamond dye will please call on our clever merchant J G Frith Jerry Respus the Civil Engi neer of Lancaster was the guest of TH Dunn Monday We dont know his business here unless it vas to locate the canning factory or iron foundry or new R R Oontknovv which hope it will be lall Y l Y i Old Newspapers atithis office for t jI POSSOM HOLLER Level Green Well Im still here ie tithe house tho somewhat improved in health Betsy spins irie offa piece of her mind occasionally and I find her- to ye pretty well posted on the current topics of the house farm e Large of stock farm products farm mplemel1tsc c at the residence of Robt J McAIister 2nd inst He having sold his farni p0 Isaac Weaver sometime since Livestock and in fact every species of property brought good prices Mr McAlister will go to the Blue Grass legion for the pres ent Why is it that in so many in stances our people pull up atid leave us as soon as they accumu late money enough to help build up our county and develop its resources There may be more than one reason but the greatest of these is BAD ROADS Now Mr Afraidofthepike this is true and just so long as our roads re main in their present condition this will be the ease Give us pikes and capital will seek investment in Rock stle insteadof going else where and you will soon see Our tichhillsitesconvttec1jntotobacCo andin place of our farmers im porting bread and meat they will soon be exporting a large surplus and the laboriug man the hireling will no longer be driven abroad toI seek employment but thy vill find it at home in paying quantities and at good prices But alas too many men aresatis fled with just any old wa ifitI9 i Hgt liWwdon lem anyl Now come my friends let us reason together Did you know to live for self alone is just a little worse than not living at all But then when we invest a few dolars to have good roads we are not spending the money simply for oth er people but for ourselves and ethers too and the advance in the price 7of our lands labor c will soon refund 4 fould all that wed ever have to pay for the roads Yes citizen the time will come when people are edncated to think that these roads will be b 111tIOur people are going wild at this good moment over the prospect of another railroad through the coun ty Now my dear friends did you know thatturnpike roads leading from Pulaski to Madison and Lin coln to Laurel would be worth more to the citizens of this county than two mote railroads running through it wonld be Well if you dont know it Ill tell you and its a gospil fact too Let us think let us think honestly and then rest and thiiik again and keep thinking until We think aright We all of us are certainly for the upbuilding of our county if we could see what would do this and here I am telling you buc you wohxt believe I know it is not IMPOSSIBLE for ine to exaggerate but this is NO LIE Enough for this time but more again soon I am strictly for the pikes and JN Brown for Supt of Schools and the Blue Back Speller restoed Hurrah for all three of us Our health is somewhat improved thc not abl to resume wok in the school room yet tThe debate between Elder Davis and the1L E preacher MeN ania ree isset for Monday the nth inst Mr editor you will please iu form Esq Henry Brariuaman that if he dont bring or send me the pair of game chickens promised that I will not besient1n his case much longer Now see nere Hen ry spring of the year will soon be here and you cant afford to not comply j TeryTiank1ul ti BUCK VR ON I f f G00CH LAND r Drs Corneilus and Robinson of B rea perfQrmed an operation on Grover McGuire last Sunday but- Grove st l1lin ers in a very dan gerouscoudition ncie Wm McGuire is getting about alright again The Rev Santerford filled his regular appointment at Sycamore church last Saturday and Sunday butit seems he was all alone and his discourse was short Peace brothers is not wanted in the pulpit- in this community Mr Bennet Ballard was at Berea last Saturday and Sunday flirting this best girl Misses Myrtle and Ellen Lakes was atjiome from Berea where they are attending school last Saturday and Sunday G V Jones was over from Conway last week Aisiting his son at this place Miss Aha McGuire was called home from Cove Springs where she vain school during her fathers illness and has not returned yet r Uncle Henry Becknel was froth Cove Springs last week visiting Uncle Win McGutreand family Mr Cirtus Becknel was the guest of Mr and Mrs A IJVlcGuire last week Messrs Walter and John Martin was in Vildie last Saturday on business t Ohwere has our big stray gone he has been gone so long we wish he would conic back again J5sJf What y otild youg2If taken with colie or cholera morbus when your ph sician is way from homeland the drug stores are closed After OIIQ such emergency you will always keep Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in your home but why wait until the horse is stolen before you lock the stable For sale by Theo Wesley Druggist AWNC9Does this illus trate e n c e wor lied for J fear are soon to be b Then cease worry fj jng for help i satnand You need W tli a tWiIJ ft put nev life into the- hair bulbs YoucJ a hair food stXcIi r as you- rexperi Andare vou AIR iJ ldr something AYc13HMr It biings health to the hair and the lalk ing ceases It always restores hairIYOllwerefifyfo againaUof I youth o iattiie All 4cgkts- 3am a barber by trade Uti kRve yourIYOl1clalmfocomplete mttefactkin in bust ueL IIKSRV J GEoRGE March 2 1M Xansu CltyMo iVrAtA itzIt ye1itlosot obtain nil tIiebeetmyou exb frera the tllIlIOftJl Hit It Vechr LowellMtM I 1THE BANK OF MTi VERNON MTVeRNON KY OPENED IgpO i CAPITAL STOCK 15000 3H MARTIN PRES A E EWERS VICEPRES W L RICAARDS CASHIER A B FURNISH ASST CAST gerGeotteiitionOur friends and patrons are invited to call when in town First NationalBank OF STANFORD KY Capital Stock 100000 Surplus 1804076 DIRECTORS J W Hayden W P Walton J H Collier M D Elmore a RTed T P Hill S H Baughman W A Tribble M r Miller and S T Harris adjoiniugcountiesness intrusted to us Personal application and correspond 4ence with a view to business relations invited JS HOCKER Pres JNO J McROBERTS Cashier A A McKINNEY Asst Cashier DANNIE OWENS r UNDERTAKER Caskets Coffins Robes Ettej Kept in Stock Orders by Mail Telegraph or Telephone Promptly filled BRODHEAD bNTU 1T GO T03 JONAS MCKENZIE MT VERNON KY V for s irything in byJ Goods Clothing Boots and Shoes anu General v t v Merchandise v BEST GOODS AT LOWEST PCKS WILLIS I GRIFFINPractical TJndertker and FUNERAL DIRECTOR P Mt Vernon Kv i Keeps Coffins Gaskets Robes Linen Bosoms Cuffs and C6iiarsi furnish JMtetalllo Gasket and have Embalming done on short nd ti 1 J tice and easy terms v Orders by telegraph or telephone pf qraptly attended to day and night r pd Jet j ASWJiFT PACEIN THE A FURNITURE WORLDS 1l 10 m m WIT HIRS wi QE STAFFORD KY i WILL continue usnessall1e old stand v and sell goodSat WHOLESALE Prices Goods will be bought in large quantir ties and sold for spot cash only riiinatters noj how far away you dwell you can Save Money on CARPETS MATrINGSF WALL PAPER FURNITURE j ty rC xv v WITHERSSThNIORD KyV fe5 g ik j i Lr- Mt t wernon Sna1d ii- o 0 = FRIDAY F1I9oI Published eveiiidav byrt EZ4R LIRlSftT aSUBCIIONP 7 Advertising rates made known on application JJUSTICpreme Court of the United States in a speech Saturday night befoie i them bers of of the Loyal Le gion at their annual banquet in re ferrmgto the Philipnie question said iu part The fathers ot this Republic never intended or desired that Congress should exercise any authority or power over any part oi the earths surface freed from of the theltruefrom the heart of apatriota man bt feeling one who loves his fellow man better than the Almighty dollar Does this seem to coincide with the views of Mr McKinley ou the subject Nobut the views of Mr McKinley are as opposite as tight tcfdarkiiess Arewe not ex ercising authority und power aqdthe people of those islands freed from the letter and the spirit ofiibi constitution And auth ority and power as absolute aid crifiiplete as that of the despotism of Russia or China That tfcose people are freed from the the letter and thespirit of the constitution no sane person who evtr studied the constitution will deny Form an alliance with a people teat with them recognize them as tifgovernment get their confidence And then betray them like we have the Filipinos by waging ail unholy war of conquest and then claim Awe are within the letter and the spirit of the constitution t Noi never it doesnt stand to reason In this war ot conquest and subjugation of grab and greed we have v polluted our flag dragged it in the dust and tained it with the blood of an innocent people Thousands of those patriots have been shot down their wives been left widows their children orphans their plan aons laid wast and all for what rp se Who gains by all this 1utcb ry What is it worth to the bone and sinew ot the United States Do they profit there by No they lose It is their sons who are to slay fighting those bat tles in those faraway isles giving up their lives at their countrys call Many a poor mother is made to weep for her son because he is not havingbeeu slain by thc Pilipino bullet or died of some disease com monto those tropical climes What treasure can ever pay for the tears shed by a mother over the death of a darling son perhaps an only son To her the whole of the Philippine Islands are as9affcom pared to bet precious boy And liow about Portoricb is it not freed from the letter and spirit of the con ti uUQn1tThelconstitution says nall duties imports and ex cises shall be uniform throughout the United States Is Portorico part of the United Stateo ifnot isit part of Spain then if not part of either what is it part of It must be a part of the United States and still we are Jpday ctit1ga11Cl collecting fromthose people a tax which heCnstl1 tin says posit ivlyv we cii not collect It is a goOd cleal like the South in iecpn structiou days lor certain ses Otllzrslttwheii we want to taxthem they rlforeigners when want ta some rich mans son there to hold office they aie Americans of the first type Now if those other judges will agree with Justice Har laiitwe shill soon see inhere we are at jind who is which It certanily cQul4be ajrelief to yihos people J foitl Supreme C ourt tx deci3e ho theyaie iwhethrTfre f it wgor slavesrr tj fttl J fi l ONE hundred years ago the 4th ay of this mouth John Marshall oVirginia became Chief Justice of the United States and the cen tenial anpiyersary ot that event Yes celebratedin the Hall of Rep entati sat Washington the President and his Cabinet thui members of the Supreme tt titi the members of both Houses being present l Notwithstanding ChiefJustice Marshall was a strong Federalist when tie became Chief Justice yet he decided questions according to law and not like some Judges pi whom we have read according to the prejudices of their party No doubt that ermine robe never fell on a more agreaterIjurist the United States was never more respected than while he presided So thoroughly was he versed in English law and so well did he understand our constitution he might be called the Blackstone of America As long as we have psuch Chief Justices as John Marshall and our present Chief justice Melville W Fuller and able associate Justices that long will the United States rank second to none ijurisprudence W P WALTON lately of the Interior Journal but later of the Lexington Democrat has for the- presentat least laid the quill aside on account of ill health and matters of business that require his atten i tioii1 Mr Walton has been in journalism for over a quarter ofa century and during that time has succeeded in establishing the best local paper in the United States and in the last lout months he has establishedon a firm foundation a Democratic daily at Lexington this State that bids fair to become one of the best in Kentucky We are sorry to see Mr Walton give up journalism for in that event Kentucky loses one o its greatest journalists MRS CARRIE NATION the salon smasher still continues her raids hi Topeka and other towns in Kansas While her intentions may be good yet Somuch can not be said for her acts To destroy the propercyofny perso who is doing a legitimate business whether it is looked npbn to be all together honorable or notis going beyond reason Mrs Nation visit which she has plan ed or Teun and probably K we w uld advise her to postpone for whe she get to smashing saloons in Kentucky there will only be two goes of it first she will smash and next she will get smashed THE old saying that murder will Otitisas true as preaching One Garnett D Ripley who took a co of militia to Frankfort before the tppetitiondressof grievances has been in dicted and is now in Frankfort jail changed with complHty in the assassination of Gov Goebel If allolthose who had something to do withit directly and indirectly had justicea new penitentiary would hive to be established to ac comodate them YOUTSEY gets his sentence and continues to proclaim to the world that heis innocent If so innocent as he says why does he and his at torneys all submit so readily with out ever asking for a npw trial THE Army Reorganization totll has been passed ndas soon as the4 army is raised to xoo oojherU- ncle Mark will have another bill passed to raise it to two liiindred thousandI C Ktlfirmann leader tlve IbZi ton Deweys flagship the battle of Manila committed sujcide at Honolulu 7 The Ashtahd Steel Company 500Jmen out of work One thousand Ohio 9t1 rime Struck against a seduction in wages riiiia House passed the blU to exZ tend thteCcharters Pf nafipnaLljaiBk r c Mark Hanna stilled up by the impatient in ill ionaire subsidy huntI ersis fervently bucking the line for the Shipping BillIA New Yorker named Walter hums is suing for divorce claim pbyiherself as a niembero the Castle man famIly of this city i JRepresentatiyePugh delegatiQulin the new Federal district It is the purpose of the War Department to have the bcnes of all soldiers buiied in the Philippines disinterred and shipped to the United States A Tien Tsin dispatch says a German expedition has gone northwest for the purpose of escorting the Emperor to the capital An express car was robbed near Philadelphia of goods valued at 4006 President McKinley will visit Pa cific coast in May Twenty of the Britishwere killed or wounded in a fight with ttie Boers southof Middleburg The body of Queeo Victoria vyas laid away at FJo more beside the bones of her husband The occasion was accompanied by stately ceremonies Hemy E Yuutsey was taken to Georgetown Tuesday and to be sentence by Judge Cantrill ID a fight in Marion county Mack Ewing was fatally hot by John Burkette Near Alexandria Ihd Henry Fort two horses and a wagon were blown to pieces by the explosion of nitroglycerinej J WOODSTOCK Miss ArminaiPrice has scarlet fever but is im rovfingc Professor Hales school is progres ing nicely with about 35 in attendance i John A Brown bought in this vicinity a nice lot of fat Jfck hogs at 4cts which he will take to the upper counties Willie Hubble of Eubank was here the last of the week he has lately betn in Central America and contemplates going to South Africa in the near future Friends Subscribe for the Signal and dont read other peoples papers The sale at Robert McCalister was largely attended and good prices ruled throughout heep going at 400 cattle brought 15 to 20 horses 40 o70 mules 35 ta 50 Andrew Thowpsonoan9 Bogue Brown was present and made sohi purchases yIiDglliulseems to be an all round trader and is paying liberal prices for mules andJgpod horses th tar suitable for coach purposes It is reported that the Citizens National Batik of SoirierseHs now ready to open up for business It stands independent irom the old suspended Somerset Banking Co Our best wishes attend and sye trust that honorable men may be chosen as directors bve all honest men forotficrs We feel that Somerset heeds renovating md wehavepf the bank there and also the ef lectiB of the un manly way in cbs ing up the business CASTORlAr Tnta and Children jIJif to Aiiajfs Biaaglii B s h Signature 6 fP v 1i n SfDicki rnn ll rrOR SALEA ydinug brown jackgood bone J2 i3b ear i4- iands highand wiU reach 5 haads vheiifully matured Scumd and alrlit Owiiedby B C Stewartl E1e Uill fen county Ky For fiihier pititicularsiddress the SGAr4Office 7ft JJ FOR SAJLOne black jack 5 years oidii4 han sfhlgh fine stock and a slendidbreedert- wo aisi jenuetts one 4yearold and UK Other f year Addres R L McFerron x ML Vernon Ky Mr G G Prewitt of this city sold this week to N K Foster his ClarkIper bere- were about 25000 pouudsRich mond Pattagraph They are breeding seed corn in Illinois and they have a full fledged Association of Seed Corn Breeders whose officers serve without salary and allfor love of good deeds It seems that by scientific treatment tlie chemical contents ofcorn maybe varied besides its size and shape It may be bred with more oil with less oil with more protien in truth there has been bred a corn with more protien than vvhert These areastonishing discoveries and we Hope may lead to the important re suIt of the stockmen R L Baker bought of James Dolan a lot of fat hogs at 5C and soine shoats at 40 Lexington Democrat Jones Weihl bought of J P Goff of Burbon 108 head of I 350 pound cattle at 475Lutes Co sold to John Elliott of Casey 50 75 pound shoats at 4jc and bought sane back for April 15 to 20 de livery at43cCharles Lutes of the firm of Lutes Co was in Cincinnati last week with a load of hogs and cattle he bought in this county at 414 to 43 cInterior Journal A J and J M Ciaig sold in Lancaster one mule for 95 and a saddle horse for 50 Also bought ofR E Cummins of Maretburg one pair of mules 150 and sold to Cummins a saddle horse for 85 alsoought of Ed Fletcher a saddle horse 65 David Hvsinger solda lot of timothy and redtop hay to parties here at 5octs per hundred delivered tGIISlmpliOD is destruction of lung byJ growing germ precisely a mouldy cheese is destruction of cheese by a growing germ If you kill the germ yoli stopthe consumption You can or cant according to when you begin Take Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil take a little at rlrst he genuine lias this picture on it take no other It acts asa f dlit is the easiest food Seems not to be food makes you hungry eating is comfortable You stronQO e Takemore not tpp much enough is as muchas you like and agrees witli ybuv Satisfy hunger with usiiaj food whateverv w bV you like tndgreesvith you When you r are strong again have recovered your strength the germs are dead you have killed them If you have not tried it send agreeabletasteJ SCOTT BOWtfE Chemists 409 Pearl New York 50c and 1QO all druggists IEBRET lEMIDEu= u ztiiywliereOitI j t vlijte fidelityIf tofiillfC ii ions made 6tfjL J1 l r ctifiiled shall et tUi filiillle11J t T T IMy 0 If j Aegetable PrepcritionforAs similatingliierocKl andBeguia ting thStotncbs andBowelS of 1i Promole DigeslioaCheerfiit ness andRestConaii1S neither Opium rorpliine nop lkerai IJS1 NoTNArdcoTIc til Steps oftM rSiWUELtiTCER 4 Pumpkin Sat Jtissz Seetl gJivUZtyrettt Plsvsr f If ConstipaflonSour 1 Worms Convulsions Feverish ness nnd Loss OF SLEEP Facsimile Signature of NEW YORK EXACT COpy OF WRAPPER ivtf ft4iJn 1OO Ot QOoaoQQ QXo tJOOOQOCOC aQOOO g r7j 59 f rcaz R ii bit vliicli follows the otal those inuny disorders thutso itt wuiiiouor all Neglect no symptoia of Womb Trouble On the first Ituiiiuiun ui any discuss sort begin the use rpjm 2 iT EU1t0 fflRS 3 IL LIOQiiTT 5 My wit vlS ahncjst 1I1111 v ivck vitU 1lp trllttUI s lie bottles cu i P iGcrsilcs Denials Panacea and it has cisivil lifi Site buW oniiiu lastbot it lIili i tminY weil mll wig1s more ti tnu ljjLIcHlET1 5 iiruttii Ga 0 TCur cnruJ trH3iH S I used ynur G F P Gcistles ZTotnaSe retJej Uf happiest girl inAnier 3 iea- ti CARRIE J HOLMES i Blanchard La O w or g- J THE 5JIDfE goneray cnlceusiv FemaleThis wonderful medicine tem streiiKiiiens the womb turn ovaries in state AND IT WiLL CURE YOU Iyonr ca o is not fully covcred by our free HASE JUITY HOBFS write inIconfitienco froo Idvico to care L Gorstlo Co Tcnn A AA AAAWWtJwwwwwww For byC L Co1 Mt Vernon Ky Had To Conquer Or Die I was just about gone writes Mrs Rosa Richardson of Laurel Springs NC I had tion so bad that the best doctor saidII I could not live more than a hut I began to use Dr Kings New Discovery and was wholly cured by seven bottles and am now stout and well Its an unrivaled life saver in Consumption Pneumonia La Grippe and Bronchitis infallible for Coughs Colds Asthma Hay Fever Croups Whooping Cough Guaranteed bottles 500 andioo Trial bottles free at all Druggists drug store 1 The clam of other cough medi cities to be as good as Chamber lain s are effectually at rest in the following testimonial of Sir C D Glass ah emplojfe of Bartlett Dennis Co Gardner Me He says had kept adding to a cold and cough in the winter of 1897 trying evry cough medicine tlieard of without permanent helpv until dayl was inthe drug store of Mr Houlehan and he advisedme try Chamberlains Cough Remedy and offered to pay back my my money if I was nOt cured if lungs and bronchial tubes were very sore at this time but 1 when I gota cold and soon fird relief I ajsp recommend ii f to toy friends and un gad to saY it is the best of aircough medicines Fpr sale by Theo Wesley Druggist Rean W Withes in another cpluhiii andy save money by t sing your cash f J f 1LiyC f For Infants and Uhildrtm cn The Kind Y ouHava Away sought Bears the Signature of lB USB For Ovrjf Thirty 1kT- H vonK CrtY tAi i y QO PROTECT YOURSELf 8TKOI5E in of this of Gersties Panaceailcn organ a of for It one w- asjcqnJplet W ad CASTORIA Year- sCASTOR vIT Q IRED riR- 4SlEY iiThad bfeTisir rin for ami inl 1CIYElr iIIrt i ii v t cm lrk vliioli Inutdune Ifill tmMr UElJiG T Fulton Aik 2 Druggists Sell G F P 8 GBn Png P PtfJ rJWtTW ww Sale Davis set I A FIREMANS CLOSE CALL I stuck tomy engine although uetveIwas s W Bellamy a locomotive fireman of Burlington I waHI was appeItite and all run down As T was about to give up Igot a bottle of Electric Bitters and after taking it I felt ats well as I ever did in my ife Weak sickly run down people always gainiiew life strugth and vigor from their use vTry them Satisfaction guaranteed ball Druggists Price 50 cents I hobbled fnto Mr Blackiiions drug store one veiiing1iays Wesley Nelson of Hamilton Ga H and he asedme to try Chamber Iains Pain Balm for rheumatism with winch I had suffered for a Jong time I told hiiuI had no aUJberlains Pain Balm does riot help youQu need not p yfor it I took bottle ofit home aud used it according to the directions and in one week I was cusedj and have not since been troubled with rheu matisrh Sold by Theo Wesley Druggist t WORKING OVERTIME Eighth tir laws are ignored by those tireless little workersrPr Kings New LifePi1j Millions daytuti1Constipation Sipk Headache and all Stomach Liyeir J and Bowel troubles EasypleasaQt sate sure ii OEily 25C at alt Euggisltsr drug stoe6c if T1 Mt Vernon Signal Mt VRJ KV4 Feb S 1901 j LOUIsVILLE NASHVILLE R RCO f i TIMEtJBLE 24 north 1105 a in 26 north i 132 am 23 seiith 157 p IT 25 South i 144 am TAS LANDRUM Agent Catered at the Mt Vernoj Ky Postoffieo air sec oaa iau wall tter- MAsoNic Ashland Lodge No 64Oxucets 2rd Mon day 10 A m CHURCHES nnianJIoldB services 1st 3r Sundsj kt 11 a IB and at 680 p in r PresbyteriRn Holds seryices jom ttie4tK SuMiay Baptist Church Services an the Second Saturday night find Sunday Sunday School at 9 a ra every Sunday Prayer meeting OR Tuesday nights Personals H C Jones was here yesterday WA Chestnut was up from Livingston Monday James Douglas passed through to Richmond Yesterday- J H Ramsey has moved to the little cottage near C C Williams HS Brannaniau and W M Hysinger were here the first of the week Dr W J Childress was the guest of Dr M Penningtou Saturday night Deputy Sheriff H L Tate in forms TTslhaf VGtuIliusis very sick V Mr JE Siugletonj the Livings tondiuinmer came tijvpn business Wednesday rA reyester7Isays in e race for County Court Clerk Miss Mae Brown and little Bessie Poynter are two new names lately added to the college roll M F Craig and O F Ham two of Rockcastles best citizens were in town Wednesday M J Miller whose head is full ofwisdom and financial ability has been sick for several days Mrs Joe Poynter went to Livingston Saturday to see her sister Mrs Sue Mullin who was sick Harris add Jim White who have jbeenjn Indiana for the past three or four months returned Monday RevA J Pike J Thps Cher ry and R H Ham were up from Brpclliead yesterday on important legal matters David Griffin was yesterdays train on his way home from Leb anon Junction whetehehad been attending Arthur Owens who died yesterday h Mesdames AE Albright and J W Tate of Brodhead spent Saturday until Monday with relatives here Mr Tate came up Monday morning Mesdmes Rome Mains George and David Griffin came Sunday to see tti 2 family of R B Mullins three of whom are just recovering from typhoid fever Miss Mae Magee the beautiful daughter bf Sir and Mrs John Magee of Livingston resumed her studies in the college Monday after an absence of one month JudgeT Th Colyer has rented the store room of Jas Houk Sri recently vacate by Houk Adams v and will open upa furniture store on or about March ist TJ Renner wade us a very pleasant call Monday It is just the same kind of a one he has been niaking once a year evtry since the VSignal was started fifteen years ago 1WR Henderson Who has been wcrlcingin Knox county for some Tttime isat home very sick with the 1CN grip His brother Charley left uesdayU ale his pace tintil he- receiedJj i f0 1f rJ 4I Capt L C Smith of Livingston was in London Wednesdav sMrs John Jackson was on yes terdays train in route to her howe in Danville J N Brown was appointed Wednesday administrator of Ilia estate of C D Burnett v A Judge R G Williams bf Mt Vernon tile youngest as welLas the brightest counly Judge inSIi re st tewos in this city yesterdayrf Lexington Democrat i Miiis Artlmsa Cloyd of Crab Orchard hJ entered thdcollee after Christmas but had to go home tyo weeks ago on account ofa ound on her hand caused by sticking a pin in it we understand had to have her hand amputated blood poison having setup LOCALS Wanted Two or three college students are wanted to board Nice fpoms rates resonable i w R McClure OR SAXE OR ExcirNGEOnea- cre lot and house with six roPms J A PRESTUN nbv233mo LivingstoirKy Hi Cox was arrested yestfrday by deputy sheriff H L Tate charged with the murder ot Henry Idol Squire Ballard issued the warrant Jailer G S Griffin telegraphed from Lebanon Junction yesterday ofternoon that his Nephew Arthur Owens died at oclockof pneu monia fever C J McLear of London was indicted Monday in the Laurel Cir cuit Court for themurder of Sam Regers his colored porter We hope a full investigation will prove him innocent Rolla White for the murder of James Shotwell at Corbin two weeks ago was acquitted in the Wbitley Circuit Couat Tuesday there was a hung jury in the Shotwell case for dynamiting the storeroom whjch White was iri Monday night in Laurel county in a fight between a crowdof men from Jackson county and Eph Moore William Ed arlof Laure- lEdards wNri usly cut with dirks and Mooresa t twice The Jackson parties alajtaut the hroat of Moores horse kilmte it The entertai eut ahthe the college Friday atid Saturday was fairly well attended Prof Wills is an elocutionist and iiiipersonaton ofextraordinary ability and no one ever leaves one of his entertain ments feeling that their time and money has been spent for nothing Arrangements have been made with the Board so that Prof Ewers instead of having to go to other churches to preach three Sun days out of the month can remain in Mt Vernon two Sundays He will preach at the Presbyterian church on the 2nd iiiicl 4th Sundays ot each month morning andnjght IN COUNTY CoURTRock Adams was fi edICt anathe cost for being drunk William Evans 250 for breath of the peace Frank Ball 25 and ten days in jal for carrying concealed deadly weapons Same i ct and the cost for being drunk Casas of S D Durham and Joe Wood charged with giving liquor away on elec tion day was passed oyiintit to Iiday r v- J Fhe college desires tobuy an Encyciopedia winch consists of 40 volumet theprice ofw4i his 40 and if theiwliole amcunt accom wUlbegivenfree Thex have already raised 15 leav ing a balance of 25 yet to raise A ccmraittee has been Appointed to canvass the town arid try to raise this ampunt arid will begin this work tomorrow Saturday If every one would give a little it would bea very small task to raise the money So when the paper is handed yOu think several times before yon say no The school is growing better each day and for it peoplelfs V1epL r t ti rft0L iI f Cris Langtord colored was put in jail yesterday charged with sel ling liquor unlawfully R H Ham was appointed yes tel dlY guardian for C C Lizziev Etta and Susie F Cable AGENTS WANTED For complete line of useful bouse hold article rapid sellers goocl money for energetic persons Call and see samples v JP Lecnle ler Mt Vernon Ky- Generalageut for the state Feb 8 3- 1Thepupils receiving the highest grade at the college for the moth of January art the following Collegiate Dept Lee Chestnut 96 Victor Fate j t bI Fanny Sparks Mattie McKerrpn i 251 Anna Thompson 7 95 Inter Dept i1 George child rs 97 tDockSaml Cnandler j 1 19 Delphia Collyer 95 Pn plILela Lovell 95I Scott Miller 95 Jacob Gentry C5 Bessie Sparks 2 95 MRS JOPLIN IS DEAD Thc ring of the telephone and the early message of Tuesday morn ing announcing the expected death of Mrs L Jopliii reminded us forcibly of Shakespears saying All that live must die passing through Nature to Eternity She was Miss Ellen Hiatt daughter of the late Bennett and Celia Hiatt and was married to Mr J L Jop linonthe 2nd day of Oct 1851 She died in her 69th year and has seven children living Joe Joplin of Mo James Joplin of Burnett Mo Mrs W T Brooks pf Paris Mrs Chas Spillman of Nicholas ville Robt L Joplinof Somerset togather with Miss Ella and Ben nett who reside at home In young girlhood Mrs Joplin be urchShethad heart trbtable lfor1Uo1e1 than- five years Simple and touching services were held at the residence by Mr W H Cox Wednesday afternoon after which she was gently laid to rest hi the old Mt Vernon Cemetery Peace be to her ashes and eternal rest to her soul The Signal extends to the bereaved family and especially to the aged husband who has lost his life companion our heartfelt sympathy in this sad and dreary hour Of the Hiatt family only two mew bers survive Mrs Jopliu one is Mrs Mary Conn a most estimable old lacJvand Mr W G Hiatt both of this county l WILDIE Oscar Hayes spent Saturday ansI Sunday with his parents Jas MaUingly has been very sick with a case of grippe L T Stewart made a business trip to Jellico Tenn this week Tandy Smith oi Siiyer Creek spent Sunday with his parents Mr and Mrs T H Smith John tMuUinsrofMullinsSta tion was in town fistof week Lena and Willie Jones wlio are attending sCh 6fat Berea pent Saturday and Sunday with parents J G Munday formerly of this place but now a resident of irdrr was in town first of week Mrs Frank Coyle of Berea was visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Win Hays Saturday and Sunday- S E Chandler of Level Green is here attending Prof Phillips school v Logan Thompson of Mt Ver nonwas with our merchants first ofw ekIIe hada negro driving him and said theziegtofet were so cold they were right black Richard Early and wIfe ispent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs jjariys parents in Jackson county We would like to know what has Become of Buck Va rnon we naven t seen any of his grcat writings in columns of Signal lately aVriteupof L if tire kind editor will allow us space in his most valuable paper TO THE PUBLiC Whereas certain rumors have iglle out that Judge R G Williams stated in a Jetter td Gov Beckliain Jthat all the best people of this count7 op posed a pardon or me nnd that only the baser element 01 society signed a petition fOlJny pardon 1 desire to say to the publie that I have received a copy of Judge Williams1 letter and I failed to find the above statement in it and that he did notmiake such state t ment t desire to c6iTevct1th false rumor that has gone out and to thoroughly exonerate him WChis Feb 5th 1901 V E K Wilson ORLANDO iHenry Johnson a brakeraan is home on the sick list V Sal Ball has been sickforlrfew days B G Mullins continues to haul coal regardless of the cold weather AVm Reams our rnew black1 smltq is kept very busy This speaks well for the clever young mans ability in shoeing horses and mending wagons WOT Evans was in Mt Vernon MQnday We think Bill had some business with the court Vim Mullens of wolf creek was in town Wednesday Mrs Curt Rose arrived from Louisville Wednesday to visit relatives at this place v T W Anderson hasja very sick baby at this writing F L Turpin has moved from Mt Vernon to Langford and will v6tk for the Quarry Company at that place Died Groer McGuire son of W D McGuire died on Crooked creek Tuesday evening of perir x tonitis k One of Mrs Ponders daughters is at Berea very sick with measles BARGAINS AT I FRANK JONES Granulated Sugar76cLight Brown Sugar Yff 65c Arbuckle Coffee i4c Lion Coffee i4Best Green Coffee 150 r V f Canned Goods 834 toiocO Best Dry Salt Meat 90 Lard loc Meal per bushel 550 Best Patent Flour 60 to 65C Bestshipstuffi fpripolbs 2 pounds soda for 5 ccntv i iv rr California Hams per lb gc reiis Hats 7ScUp iitSjipes frgm 85 S upifj Clothing raeiis uits froih 3opVpv 4vJrCVAI grades wetk- 5ji rVvflDyerRIbbons Laces Ladies Hosef Men s Hpse allas cheap as the rojjeapiest Goods deliverd in any part of town at your door SATURDAY is my bargain yat Wades old stand Livingston Ky When you want a physic that is mild and gentle easy to take and pleasant iii fiebtus Ghaniberiams Stomach and Liver Tablets Price 2 5 cents Satnolea free Every box guaranteed For saleby Theo jftsiey Druggist t BUQJtIE ARNICA SALvE Has wend wide fame for marvel bus cures It surpasses any other salve lotion on tment or balmfor- uts Corns Burns Boils Sores Felons Ulcers iette Salt Rheum 1ever Sores Chapped Hands Skin Eruptions infallible for Iil4s Cure guaranteed Onl 25cit all Druggists f 7 v c ffAr eVk7boI or hQ3 onI if i I taa remedy that Hwea m q fit t1iw dy- x n BEELICK H t Miss Nelfie Reynolds lias been 011 the sick list for a few days J Fr of Qu5iilU been Visiting jirntav i iiVthis paft the pasi week t f t Mrs Nancy Acton havbcesi very sick with grip K Henry G Sutton and fai itiofRock 3 tle spent Saturduv and Sunday pith Mrs Suttonrj father iXRAfter a short illness of appendi ltIwas buried on Monday in the Ikmi ly hurrying ground v TJ Hill M S Baugliman and 1jHCrab Orchard Our clever candidates for county offices were here Saturday calling on their democrat ic friends A large cro vJ i eilil MB Reynolds sale and every thing brought fair prices W EL Barnes vvas home from Lexington the latter part of last week but returned Monday with the intention of entering Lexington Business College Josh Wilson sold to Rigdotf of Jessamine a pair of work mules ior 160 Also sold to George Bqqneof the Mayweod sections Jyoke46f cattle for75 v On Thursday January 31 at 10 oclock Mr Charky Rogger of thys place and Miss Ruthie Herrin qf Quail were marriedat Rev Vlartiu Owens The gtoom is an nergetic young farmer and the bride a very channiiig young lady May their happiest dreams of COD jugal bliss be realized as they walk togather the pathvayof life A iE3ryantt + ii ftt S lJ t It FORIj ivt Fresh Groceiesq1all KiFids v V J i 4Near Uepot 1to 11 ri c ThEPEOPLES LioJJthio DRUGRSTOE I CLC DAVIS q i 001 DRUGS PATENT MEDICINES j Perfumes Stationery eigarsrTobaeGO Paints Oils TOILET ARTICLES PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULIA COMPOUNDED ATCOST IN ORDER TO MAKEf Room For Our Spring =GOODSW- E sz Win Sell For The Nexi30 hp j AT COST 1 EVERYTHING wehave inr V Suits Overcoats BootSjOwfslabes f Rubbers Ins Woolen J v TJader weart v laflies tapes Facipators ayl Hoodfe ipwixifotts arid Blankets etc J n PRITfi PUNNh Srodhe d lentuCKYU Ou Ji 67xEVERYDAY IR t BargainDiy We have ifn1 line fDr v xOO1S Notions Hats jr Shoes and Groceries V f I t MENS SUITS ALl WOOL FROM i 3T05e ifete Dofe Froth noM6nn In buying the price and quality are thetwo things to be rE1dGife ois call and see for 7 yourselt j- J1 CX iRO- f txr N J Opposite Corn t House iieinon reyi JI J1 u n Z ir ii3t Jij F at 0 P P 0 r t U n i tt v 1 f vt r ii f t 1 r F0Ri J iV I a J J lid u 11 4 v 5 miHEPEOPLE OF ROCKASTLEtjvii r t Zf t eyer Bef tewas Such an Immenseii J io g r t f t3t ckif Goods Landed in t NilSS t f t i t S4i j VEmytJ H IAIG Marked Ai down to Rockbottom prices i J HOME MARTS Corrected each week frjrHouk = Son Mt Vernotfky- Arbucfeles Coffeeff i2cLion coffee i2J c Green Coffee t2TZc= I49r5cI971c FlourNo i per 450 4Belle of Lincoln per fyrL 400 Daisy flour per barrel 440 Labelle flour 450 Bacon per lb fcDan l BooneSoap 3 cakes V 50 Star Soaj 3 cakes ioc R 7ILIce0 6j6cExtraSprup Caramel gal bucket 350 Sorghum best homemade gal pc Shipstuff per hundred 100rCalico all the best brands c Calico all cheap grHeS 50 und r Can goods 823 c Clothing suits 5c tbiLard ioc in small lots poets in 50 lb lots or more V v Northern seed oats none on hand t Millet hay on hand J5FeBthefsv f4 EContinued from fife page Jot es Fish Bllowed for burial othhg furnished John Rar 4io k loOq Mrs Mary Nuckote allowed for taking care of Rene Duncan 2500f W A E Davis allowed for his services as SchootSuperintendent from 4th Mojiday in October 1899 to the4 th Monda inOctober 1900 the sum jof fifty dollars per month 60000 P D Colyer allowed for his services as County Attorney from Oct 1899 to Oct 1900 60000 Geo S Griffin allowed for his services asjaijer 101660 i J Miller allowed for locks c for Ballot boxes 266 M J Miller and D N Wit JJms allowed for their services as Pauper Committee Each 2000 X M C Miller allowed for his serI vices as County Court Clerk 25000 S C Franklin allowed for repairing jury wheel 500 James F Griffin allowed for post age incidental to the Circuit Clerks office x f 1- 0sH Martin WH Sowder and josiah Mwllins allowed for viewing Kout new county road Each 200 Henry Catron allowed for his services as sheriff 268 1 1 Ordered by the Court that 5000 v+be set aside for the purpose ofbuy ing an artificial limb for Miss Mat tie Durham the same to be placed in the hands of Dr Jno S Copper far that purpose W E Gravely allowed for wait- ingi on the widow Baker 780 Lewis Rowlett Granville Owens and P Adams allowed for voting houses for 1899 Nvember elec tion Each too J N Brown J R Gathff and and James H Sigman allowed for their FiscalervicesrJ Cour for Oct 22ud 23rdand rii 4thX99 Each 900 t Judge R G Williams ll d- 1JQi his serYicesjas Judge Rppkcas- 5tleipounty Court 5000 per month from th Qnday in March 500 Mthe title Monday in pctoiieri- iQpb r 350oa t j atcttou iciersibi November n I8 ysry Willis Gri red tlffih 5 ftQ JJl Fish t 200a lirrJ r Jop1 j1 Sh rjttl il3i ju tI I M fEN 5E QU ANTITIES of BRY GOODS 7 t 1f6 FROM 5 cent Calico upiio the Finest Press goods that can not fail to 6 Jleave you l r Es Ladies and Gents NecMvear Ladies Wraps s llibDons Laces and Embroidery all very i cheap f Viv 0 v f 1 GENTS SHOES yaClotliinsr of the est and finest selection and a guarantee in fit Vr f aim pricet ir Rats and Ca s n endless arietYtlf neshirts of the latest pattern that is ffound to please you Come to our big store n1tQicon vinced FIRs5lfeLASS OAK CHESltuT AND POPLAR SHINGLES ALWAYS ON HAND f 1 t Houk AdamslI 0 Houk Jon No f 1 JlJHJ C RlnleH 2QO F SPliillipsF iClerb P L T Stewart Sheriff i4P rrrcinct No 3 I J R Cope 200Judges f JD Ptnnlugton J W Haskinsi Clerk 200 t W I Dooley Sheriff- PrecinctNo 296 4tArch 202T C ChildersJudges 200 R M joElisoht Clerk coo j S Reppert Sheriff 2 8o V Precinct No 5 GDCook W G Payne 200Judges J J Clancy Clerk 2oo Jake Sambrook Sheriff 200 Precinct No 6 T J Nichols 1 J200udW A14S cKinneyW 200 JW Kirby Clerk 200- J Baker Sheriff 256 Precir ctNo 7 W M Norton 200Judge sW G Niceley 2OO 209IPrecinct No8 Lark in 200 Granville 0wensudges r 2oo J W Tate Clerk 200 PE Shivellj Sheriff 264 RusseirDiliion J R Gatliffand J H Sigman allowed for their services as Justices of tbe Peace at April term 1900 two days each Each 600 1N Brown same one day 300 The following claims were allow ed at the December Term 1900 of the Rock cattle county FiscalCourt E B Smith allowed for printing roalorder 900- Ev M Preston Toni A Robin son and C Ytn inkle allowed for attet diMgas witnesses the trial of John Ivluilftiis Eacb 332 J IvvAchjpn allowed for medi cal services rendered Edna Mil ler 200 i3ldleyal lGilbetf Company ailowedTor Ballpt Book c furnished for HoV elective 19001 Eiizabetli Vest allowed for wait1 ing on Marvilla Barnes M J Oilier allowed for inishe C rthouse R Av S v nfcid allowed tor votI in liou tlyl1im in Pre nit T0 2y f t 3000 iOQdljidlWecIfrWpeau j booths G T Johnson allowed for ropeI and canvass for niakiugelectionf jjpoptbs i v3V i 7 A Copy Attestlt M B J J COOK D C Danger of Colds and La Grippe The greatest danger from colds and la grippe is their resulting in pneumonia If reasonable care is used ChamberlainsaCough Remedy taken all danger will be avoided Among the tens df thousands who have used this jemejly for these diseases we have yet o learn of a single case having resu tedr- oconcluivelythat in pneumonia which shows is a certain pre ventivjfe of that dangerous malady It vM l cure a cold or an attack of la irlPP in less time than any other treatment It is pleasent and safe to take For sale by Theo Wesley Druggist YoUng WomenT- he entry into womanhood h a critical oe fc glrLUttlt mea strual disorders startedat that time soon grow MO fatal complicationc That female troubles are filling graveyards FOVS this Wine ofrdui establishes a painless and natural menstrual flow When pace thin k life will usually fouowIlbnywo young and old owt thdrllve to Cardui There is nothlngllkc it to give Women freedom pain to ntygu women for every duty of life J bottles at druggists MIsr Delia M Strayer TuHy KanaH I have suffered untold pain at men traal pe riodsfo f a long lime van nervous had no appetlteand lost interest in everythingI in fact Haas muerable I have takes tour bottles of Wine of Carduiwit TJiedfords BJackDMught when needed and toUy lam entirely cured I cannot expresihthe thanks feel for atyou Hive done fmt dimettoosaddroAdTlicry Department Tbe Chattanooga Med Icloa Company Oh ttfloolaTenn mOf- mt1IJ l1ve Signal asia Twk IeeTc 1 Courier jlmtfntfl tbr 150 GROCERYand l HARDWAREf DEPARTMENT A S complete a line as there is in any storein Kentuchy Hardware and Cutlery there is no end Groceries US YOUR ORDER v Jt Successors 22 250I thisimportantfu COURT CALENDAR COUNTY COURT Fourth MOL day in each monthQ- UARTERLY COURTFilst Monday in January April July and OctoberCIRCUIT COuRTSecond Monday 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 Cor Third and ChestnutSts LOUISVILLE KY Will be at Miller M ernon during all Circuit Courts GW MCCLURE J W BROWN McCLURE BROWN AttorneysatLawMr All business entrusted to our care will receive prompt attention Office room No8 in theold Brick Hotel tC G WILLIAMS Aottrneyat LawMt rnon Ky lOffice on 2nd floor of new brick on Church street Specia attention given to collections j R G WILLIAMS A ttorneyatLa V MT VERNON IV R L BROWN ATTORNEYATLAW MT V E1NOl KEFTUCKY Special attention given to col lections t FURlsnipRE AND UNDERTAKING A full and complete stock All miler filled promptly Motto Best goods and pricest s7 Br Ng NSHIP fUL INS i t tvingStol rj Nice and fresh in large Quantities selling very low t Fail to visit us when in town and see our large and complete stock and get youi self a bargaia an opportuni ty perhaps you havent had for some time GIVE Phone Houst lowest RA JONES DENTIST + h STANFORD KY Phone No 48 Office over Higgins McKenneys Store MACK ESTES Carpenter and Cabinet Maker Ml Vernon Ky Mantles and Hatracks a specialty TheVeiandaHotel JOSEPH COFFEY PROPR Stanford Ky Specially equipped for traveling men dimple roomon first floor Bin rooms free to guests RATIOS 200 per day rlE 1I4ff ft F WORN T- OOCEAN 1 i iHk 1NIAYtt ca t- rs lWJ fj I T A n t t itt t l ffTA d am t 1i V Mt Yt1 non K i 0 of all 1itf tx11 n rtI7 Signal 31cIt VfJnd jf W A CARSON Painter and x Paper Hanger IBrodhead Kentncky All work firstclass and guarau eed to give satisfaction Phone No 1 MT VERNON LIME COMPANY Manufacturersof They also furnish Lime BuMag Stone rough quarry face er silt Orders promptly filled r 3 943 iST NATIONAL BANK TOF LONDON KY y Capital 50000 Surplus I5O itv iBOREING M HOPE +v resident VicePresidenf j f RvM ACRSONy Cashier ii WE WANT YOUR BUSINK88 Miller Housed 1 HUGH MILLER PIF PR Jrle ad qO a tters fqr2yl Cornr nerds l M Porter trains i1- HoLel L t 1 J Frith- RF 1 RANTC1St xIroPrfI iIi KYtGood ltVet i Attaehdmd Keet all Traia J Travelin Mpn u it 1 road F 1J m n Snlicio mili furi lft t lticlle a for REl tr t g