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AND LOYAL TO THE GREAT COMMON PEOPLE. News Items. The First National Bank at Niles. Mich., failed. The Senate adjourned sine die Saturday afternoon. A monarchial plot is said to liave been unearthed in Brazil. A number of lives were lost during storms in the English Channel. Another alleged victim of hazing at West Point came to light at Boston. Five men were scalded, one fat ally, in a boiler accident at Pittsburg. Lieut. Gen. Miles left for Cuba this week to inspect the principal military posts. Creditors of the Dispatch filed suits to subject property not covered by mortgage. The Drcssmakcr.V Protectivs Association of America was organized in New York. A saloon was awarded first prize for the best inauguration decora-tioii- j at Washington. The Morgan interests have acquired controls of the Chattanooga, Rome and Southern railway. Senator Jones, of Arkansas, will continue as the leader of'the Democratic minority in the Senate. Life insurance men say the proposed levying of a franchise tax will be extremely burdensome. It is stated that Lord Pauucefote will submit proposals for the revivtreaty. al of the The weekly bank statement shows an increase in loans and decreases in deposits and .surplus reserve. Frank A. Biunuigau was appointed Treasurer of the Philippine archipelago at a salary of $6,ooo per year. The New York World says the Louisville and Nashville railroad has secured control of the Seaboard Air Line. Julius Winter disposes of an estate valued at $175,000 by holograph will. His son by his first wife. Fulius Winter. Jr., is cut off with $ 1. Officials of the Danish Foreign Office deny the report that negotiations have been discontinued with the United States for the sale of the Danish West Indies. The German Emperor is said to have instructed Count von Buelow to order Count von. Waldersee to cease preparations for further operations against the Chinese. Former President Harrison has written sharp letters to "friends in Washington concerning the alleged unjust treatment of his son, Russell B. Harrison, by the War Department. Frederick Kensel, a Massachusetts cadet at West Point, has ben forced to retire from the Military Academy ou account of His family attributes his condition to the haZing he was forced to unHay-Pauncefo- te j continually doing something wrong, when they do anything, in spite of my advice. I spected all these calamitiesone term in the White House, was enough for Billy, but then, well, well. The sick among us are slowly improving. 'Betsy has had a long hard spell of La Grippe. What is Grippe? Can r.iiy one tell me the difference between Grip and Cold? Let some of ye doctors try it a pull, then let them give us the difference between chills and ague. Truly we do, in this fast age, have a lot cf new, high sounding names hig scary names for old common ailThese names, and the ments name by which the Dr. sas his medicine would scare a stout man. No wonder to me (wheu I come to think of it) that we hav sich long spells, and sich long bills to pay when we look at those long names for instance, try this one a pull, ''Hydrolocosnozics." I worked a whole day trying to decihard pher and define this hete one, and late at night I found it to mean expectorating from the nose. Then we have a thousand and 1 "itises", with prefixes as long as my arm, &c. Now is it a wonder that these ailmenls linger with the unfortunate patient, who is anxious to know what ails him? So after examining a few more of these jaw breakers and breath knockers, I laid the thing aside, determined, if possible, to get sick no more, nor take more medicine. If I do, I shall not ask the Dr. to tell me what iz holdin we down or what he's givin to git me up. I wanted a prescription fcr a qt ov brandy and, "by gum," the Dr. took his book aud peccil and wrote like this "Rx I. 0. Spts Viui Gaici," I scut the "scrip'' to a stiller but he could not make head nor tail ov n phule it and asked what d wrote it. My agt. then told him, that I wanted a quart of his best brandy as I was sick it came too. Now Mr. Editor i have concluded that we should call a boss, "a boss" and a cold, "a cold" and have az little to do with grip or La Grippe, influenzy 'or even a bad cold az possible. now n surety. Well, I can't tell, BANK DP O for I have plenty to do looking Excuse me Mr. Editor, for long after my own case. Wesley says The winds blow in Possotn Hol- that some of those, who are trying absence. I have not been up Salt ler and rain, .snow and warm days so hard to do something against river, only a bad case of grip. OPENED 1900. alternate, "we hear of vars, and him, are actually making m ny Aunt Esther Jones is very sick rumors of wars," all this since votes for him. with gup. CAPITAL STOCK, last inauguration de Now Wesley and I once pulled W. H.Jones went to Goochland structive fires, Cy Clones I can't together, but we no longer trot in Saturday. 3. H. MARTIN, Prks. A. K. EWERS, for my life, see what made them the same harness. I'd beat them M. R Jones was in Wildie the W. L. RICAARDS, Cashier, A. B. FURNISH, go and do it, but then they are all if I could. latter part of last week. POSSOM HOLLER (Luvix Gkhkn.) WILDIE THE MT. VERNON, MT. VeRNON.'KY.- T Mc-Kinle- 15,000. Vice-Prbs. Asst. Cash. Buck Varkok. BEE LICK Josh Wilson sold Matt Wheel-dow- n a milch cow for $40. Wallace Perkins was home from Level Green Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Henry Reynolds, who has been sick for sometime, continues very ill. Mr. John Montgomery is im proving slowty, after a severe attack of grip. Elder Davis preached an interesting sermon at Bethel church Sunday night. Dan Holman, of Crab Orchard, bought a horse from Andy Acton, price paid $57 50. Miss L'zzie Reynolds, of Woodstock, spent Saturday and Sunday with her friend, Miss Lula Wilson, of this place. J. M. Roberts, of Flat Lick, passed thiough here Friday with 40 head of cattle for the court day sales at Stanford ' Monday. Mr. E. C. Gooch, who is attending The Transylvania Normal at Lexington, has been visiting home-folkthe first of the week. Misses Ethel and Patsy Wilson, who are attending school at Woodstock, visited their patents at this place, the latter part of last week. Mr. Edgar Gooch was taken seriously ill Saturday, aud Dr. Isaacs, of, Woodstock, was called to see him. He is reported better at this writing. s, Mrs. Adams has been very sick Geo. Livesay, Rod Perry, Vincent Boreing, A. T. Fish. with grip for the past two weeks. Careful atteriWe solicit accounts of firms and individuals. Jas. Msttingly sold in Richmond, tion is given collections entrusted to us. Our friends and patrons an invited to call when in town. last week, two work mules for -- DIRECTORS. J. T. Adams, Jonas McKeiuie, Ftitz Kyueger, - $11500. Judge Martin was over Saturday, from Tackson county, visiting L. T. Stewart. J. J. Towery was with friends and relatives in this vicinity SaturCapital Stock, 5100,000. Surplus. $18O,40.76: day and Sunday. W. D. Butuer has gone to Illinois, where he contemplates stay- J W, Hayden, V, P. Walton, J. H. Collier, M. D. Elmore ing until nex't winter. 0. Ried, T. P. Hill, S. H. Baughman, W. A. Tribble, Mrs. T. G. Reynolds, who has M. J. Miller and S. T. Harris. been quite sick for some time, is We solicit the accounts ol the citizens of Rockcastle aud adjoining somewhat better at this time. counties assuring them prompt and careful attention to all business intrusted to us. Personal application and correspondA. C. Towery is now a full fledgence, with a view to husiness relations, invited. ed Maccabee, having- - taken the "grip" of the order some three J S. HOCKER, Pres., JNO. jT McROBERTS,' Cashier. weeks since. A. A. McKINNEY, Ass't Cashier. Harrison Vaughn and Miss Ef-fi-e Sniothers were united in marriage last week, Rev. Nimrod Smith officiating. Wm. Scheiola, supt. of the Kentucky Freestone Co., and "turkey hunter," was with homcfolks in Covington, lost week. First National Bank. OF STANFORD, KY. DIRECTORS: DANNIE OWENS UNDERTAKER ij Walter Bower went to Paris last through an examinaas telegraph operator- - We tion re proud to sayhe passed successweek to go fully. ii if li nTirJIfiLli Jas. Politt and wife, of Pine Hill, was in our city the last ot the week to see their daughter, Mrs. R. A Adams, who is ill at this writing. Caskets, Kept ir Stock. Coffins, Robes - Etc. BRODHEAD, Oraers by Mail, Telegraph or Telephone Promptly filled. - - KENTUCKY dergo. 11S Gov. Durbiu, of Indiana, signed measures Saturday, the most Anti-lynchiu- important among them being the The act. Barlow Governor reiterated his determination not to receive any' more bills, said the effort will be and it Monday to pass the Joss railmade road consolidated measure over his veto. A cyclone struck Wills Point, Tejo, Saturday afternoon, destroy-- , Jugf fourteen dwellings and damaging other buildings. Four persons are dead and a utimber of others injured, some ot whom will prob die. The property loss at a couseivutivc: estimate is $50,000. At Terrell, Tcxy there was a water-spofand several'pcdplc are g 4 er A repo- rted-missing. Not only are the Republican candidates, but the rank and file of Working 24 Hours a Day . the Republican party, are dissatisThere's no rest for those titeless fied at the action of their county little workers Dr. King's New chairman" in refusing the candiLife Pills, Millions are always dates an early primary. busy, curing Torpid Liver, JaunWildie is a picturesque little vildice, Biliousuess, Fever and Ague. lage situated between two hills, They banish Sick Headache, drive which rear their wooded summits out Malaria. Never gripe or weakto the firmament in a manner that en. Small, taste nice, work wonsignifies that they are proud of the ders. Try them. 25c at all Drugm mature city, at the'r base. With gists. its three general stores; its drug storej'its two hotels; its post office; It is not so much what the news- its shoe shop; its black, smith shop. papers says, as what neighbor says It supplies most all the wants of to neighbor, or friend to friend, Its iarmeis lor miles around. that has' brought Chamberlain's school develops the young idea aud Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remteaches it how, to shoot, and is preedy into such general use. It is as paring workman for buildings that natural for people to express their will be erected for years to'" come, We are truly sorry to hear of gratitude after using this remedy all over the county. We have a veiy the severe illness of our young as it is for water to flow down hill. good church building, in' which friend and old pupil, Edgar Gooch, It is the one remedy that can al- all denominations worship. We and hope for him a speedy re- ways be depended upon, whether a have a Sunday Ischool, arid going baby be sick with cholera infantum covery. to organize a Christian Endeavor or a man with cholera morbus, It is Will you be so kind as to tell me pleasant, safe and reliable. Have society, in the near future. Both what poor fellow that iz at Liv- you a bottle of it in your home? of which are strohg battallions in ingston, that said i had burz in my For sale by Theo Wesley Druggist. the warfare against Vice. There U a great deal of luVibtr. cross tics, mane now, he surely aint seed staves and locust Vbsts shipped me lately, but, bin misinformed. Twice Proven. WithM the advanI'm studying ViaWV ov uttes, From the Vindicator, Rutheriord-ton- . from this place. thfefe is one bad tages enumerated, N. C. The editor of the postin up tur my examination, WildiJ, md that is draw back to T.'ve about completed spelliu, reed-i- Vindicator has had occasion to test not enVugh sideritiu an rethmetic; so ef my the efficacy of Chamberlain's Pain (mud) we have accommodate cnose of us opponents will leave our election to Balm twice with the most remark walks to who cannot afford a horsV to say a spellin match fur settlement, we able results in each case. First, nothing of the traveling pVbl can settle it quickly and cheaply, with rheumatism in the sholder We thnk the and in my favor, but if they won't from which he suffered excruciat general. people, of this vicnity, shorn do this, why I'll just beat them, ihr pain tor ten days, wliicn was of some kind, that's all. I sny, hurrah for Buck relieved with two applications of P l" enlertaiumdnt raise nouy tobuild a fide Valk Pain .Balm, rubbing the parts of- ,t0 for Supt. urch, which me an flicted and realizing instant benefit froul Post ofr,ce Henry Brannaman made cuI(l casily'do, if the people other fair promise Saturday about and entire relief in a very short the support due j would give them Now if you dou't time. Second, in rheumatism in my chickens. ' to the object they ought to have in bring them in a writ of Habus thigh joint, almost prostrating him with severe pain, which was reliev-- , view. Talk it to our young people Scapus will. h id see if we caunot show the John V. Wesley Kirby is still ed by two applications, rubbing the liniment on rethinsr at Ple who come here from a distance, in school studying hard, although a wane "he's seen yoreu wery winter's night, aud getting UD five frmn tliat Wildie lias some wiue inhabi- energetic (people, for its seen 57 times return.";' He siys pain. For sale by The6, Wesley vv tants his nomination and election is Druggist. n, -- GO TO- - JONAS MCKENZIE MT. VERNON, KY. Z, for Tything in Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, and General Merchandise BEST GOODS AT LOWEST PCES. WILLIS Undertker I GRIFFIN Practical .... aud FUNERAL DIRECTOR. Mt. Vernon, Ky. Keeps Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Linen Bosoms, Cuffs and 'Collars, furnish Metallic Caskets and have Embalming done on short no-- . tice and easy terms. Orders Dy telegraph or telephone promptly attended to day and night $30C9$D!C$ XL A SWIFT PACE IN THE ', FURNITURE WORLD! , - W. W. WITHERS, OF STANFORD, KY. W WILL continue business at the old stand, and sell goods nt Q WHOLESALE Prices. Goods will be bought in large quanti-- ; i ties aud sold for spot cash only. IT matters not how far away you dwell you can Save Money: on CARPETS, MATTINGS, WALL PAPER, FURNITURE, 'ey peo-wit- f W. W. WITHERS, c -- - STANFORD, 1S.Y. ; Sc-dj- 3CC MMUCftJfUmMU tsmntnmmMmmtifawtAtitwMmM ?. , Now lhen in view of the JudRe" ignorance cannot excuse you. I throwing the cabiuet out on the where we must all appear, said you must be cursed, if you did ground and give the bucket brigade let us take this whisky subject, this act, and the saioon-keepis a. chance, the drugstore and marble and go before God in Judgement, cursed for his deeds and shop would have burned down r Friday. March 15, 1901. and see how we will come out, tak- - business. And as he goes down, with the Post Office. j ing our bros' view of this subject. his license is left in the records of Published every Friday by Now a man comes before us, (as the Court. And in open Court, S. ALBRIGHT. his neighbor) with a request for thej will be read and we fiud them POGAR. our consent to allow him to sell us, signed up, with the names of T. J. Culton was in Lancaster $I.OO and our young men, that which Preachers, Eiders and Deacons Fiiday. SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR make us, and them, that which and members ot the Church of There art several cases of measOf course, if God. Advertising rates made known on make them drunk. les in town. there were no people he would not Now Christian people, who fa application J. S. Damron was iu Lancaster attempt to trade. vor license saloons, who of us all Monday on business. These people are many; he is that must appear before the JudgeANNOUNCEMENTS Mrs. Margaret Gonnlev has been, one, they are stronger than he, ment seat of Christ, will be the on the sick list for a few days. and without their consent, express- most guilty factor cu trial, these Wo fire authorized to announce The youngest daughter of Chas. Chesley Payne, ed or implied, he cannot sell. At meu are all cursed aud condemned, as n enndirinte (or Mngittratc in the Tourth first we say to him, no, sir, your but it is the result of our license, Redd, Jr., fell and broke her leg. district, subject to thi action of the Repub T. J. Culton is preparing to open business of selling whisky, will will not the Judge ho'd us as part lican pariv. make criminals, aud unfortunates, ners, and as accessorys to the crime? up a giocery store on north Main Through the instrumentality of of our people, and your business What will the answer be? street. Mr. Carlo Lyttle, the Manchester will fill the land with widows aud Fraternally. Dr. I. S. Stapp, who has been lawyer, and Mr. John G. White, orphans; the charitable institutions A. J. PIKE. very ill for snme time, is slowly of Winchester, the Clay county of our countr with paupers and improving. feudists have agreed to lay thsir other unfortunates; the jails and Cattle are bringing good prices, arms aside and let peace reign. reform schools with petty crimifrom $3 00 to $3 50, and $5 00 for The sick in our town are some Sheriff Bevc White will resign his nals; the penitentiaries with felons extra good. office,, and move to Winchester, of every degree; and that your better. Hogs are scarce and bear good Mr. J. H. Dunn went to Danbesides a number of others, who business will make drunkards out prices, from $4 25 to $4 75 per ville Sunday on business. belong to the lends, who will also of our boys; huudred lbs. leave the county. The two gentleHorace Benton says he likes to Aud that no drunkard can enter Corn is very plentiful around men, who brought about the peace the Kingdom of God. Aud of go to school at Mt. Vernon. here, and is selling for $2 00 pet agreement, are to be congratulated course, we can not license you to Mr. Granville Owens went to barrel at the crib. for their splendid work It is to do this for us. Stanford Monday on business. Prof. Riggs has some very fine be hoped that this step taken, will But he answers, and says, I will MissBerda Martin visited at R, S. Belgium hares, which look very be a means, whereby peace and divide the money, that I make in Martin's Saturday and Sunday much like the Texas jack rabbit. harmony will last for all time to my business, with you, I will give Mr. R. P. Pike has moved into People are gardening right along, come. you a part of the proceeds of my Mr. Hick's house, ou Main St. and one of our citizens tells us, he Mom-lais to' be abhored by any sales, say $500 or a $1,000 per Mr' Abe Tharpe, from Marion has ouions and lettuce large enough right thinking man, yet it seems, year. And now for the sake of a county is visiting M. J. Tharpe. to use. that in some instances it is 'almost few paltry dollars, that will in the The Fair Association has uot end burn our hearts, and bring disMrs Kittie Kiug has moved her absolutely necessary, in its'severcst decided when the fair will be held large stock of millinery goods, to form. The buYniug aliyo of John grace and ruin upon our communi- this year. the storehouse of Mrs Kate EgHenderson, theWgrovho murder- ty, we give our consent. J. Thomas Cherry is getting bert, on Main street. For in every community, where ed Mrs. Conway Woiuiger in Texas, along nicely with his new house on Joe Shanon handed in his lesig- is hoirible to thinVot, yet that is not you find a man that is willing to ) Ritur St. nation, as deputy sheriff of this to be compnredyXvhen we think of take for his busiues the sale of Rev. A. J. Pike filled his appoint- county, to accept the position of alcoholic drink, whose living dea virtuous woman, eing murdered, because she vvould not succumb to pends on his succes?, you will find ment at Gravel Switch, Marion marshal of Crab Orchard. The Board of Trustees of this the wants othis negro's brutish a man wiih facilities, aud in a busi- county Sunday. ness, that appeals to the social naMr. Benton recieved a message town, have decided to repair the nature. ture of the youth, as well as to his Sunday night that his mother was sidewalks and streets of the town Andrew Carnegie, just before appetite, aud in the majority of dead at Mt. Sterling. by taxation a good move. leaving for Europe, announces the cases he bids successfully for the Mr. Ara Frith, one of our prom The Comic Opera, given by the fact, that he has retired from active boy, against ,the home and the ising young men, entered school Band boys Saturday night, was a business life, and also makes a school: and the result is the boy at Lexington Monday. success. The college hall wns donation of $,5,000,000 for the ben- becomes a druukard. For it is is kept busy filling crowded aud everyone enjoyed J, F. Watson efit of the disabled employes of the found that, in spite of all we can prescriptions for the sick people of themselves. Carnegie Company. To Mr. Car- do, the ratios of the drunkards are our part of the county. negie must be credited, more than kept full, and we know the license The Democrats of this comity, Mr. Edgar Albright passed will hold a primary election on the Is in most instances allowable, for saloon, is the successful recruiting through ou Tuesdays train en route 16th, to nominate candidates for people of his class. office, or station. to Louisville on business. There' are all the county offices. Tun announcement, of the death Now in the face of all these facts, Our Marshal aud deputy made , about 20 aspirants for every office. Harrison, which how can a Christian, that must ap- five arrests Saturday, of Seems as Some one will lose out. o:cured at his home in Indianapo- pear in Judgement, siy, he is in business is getting better. lis, Wednesday afternoon at 4:45; favor of licensing saloons. You have beard of Mrs. Nation will lie received with great sorrow Now the result of selling, is smashing saloons, but we have a throughout the United States. In drunkenness. When the man gets Office smasher in our town. we drunk, he kills his fellow man, now Post the death of the Miss Bettie Wilmot, who is atloose a man. whose place will be we take him beford the judgement, We know of hard to fill in many particulars. seat of Christ, for trial, aud the tending school at Livingstou, visited home folks Saturday aud Sunnothing better Judge, says, No murderer, not1 A secret society in the Philipthan coughing druukard, can enter this Kingdom. day. to tear the lin pines, known as the Mandoducats, Mr. Den McClure was down But the poor unfortunate drunking of your H have fell upon a plan, whereby al ard, answers and says, Master, I from Mt. Vernon Sunday casting and natives, who favor the Americaus, It is was not a student of the Bible, I his beautiful smiles at the pretty WMBLM ilungs. shall be killed, and their mode of MimWsm better than wet did not know that you had such a girls. procecdurc, is to burry them alive. reet to cause Mr. James Hays, that hustling law as that on your Statute book, bronchitis and licens- stock buyes, passed through town I found a pneumonia. The LouisAille Dispatch i uo andby your man, who was ed people, to sell me this last week with some nice cattle Only keep it more and the creditors seem to be up and you driujk, that made me drunken, and aud hogs. far more numerous and in a good will succeed in I did this crime while I was drunk. Miss Lee Stone from Lancaster, deal worse box than the stock reducing your But the Judge answers aud says, a ueice of Miss Sallie Purcell, who weight, losing holders. the law must be executed, so the' was visitiug her for a week, returnyour appetite, man cannot be saved 1101 get into ed home Tuesday. bringing on a W. 0. Bradley will slow fever, and Messrs. Shafer Evans and brothba the one to get the appointment the Kingdom of God. making everyThen comes in the licensed sa er went to Stanford Tuesday to atfor the Judgeship of the new thing exactly loon keeper, for his trial, and the tend the lodge all three belonging right for the Easteru Kentucky district. Judge says to him, did I not say to to the Three Links. germs Of consumption. Better kill your cough REV. A.J. PIKE ON LICENSED you, that if you put the bottle to Mr. Jessie Walden was indicted before it kills you. SALOONS. your neighbor, and made him in two cases by the Lincoln county drunken, that you should be curs grand jury, for shooting on the Mr. Editor Mt. Vernon Sig- eel. Aud then he will answer, and train near Crab Orchard. nal: While I was in your towu say, I never read your law, I did Mr. Owen Turpin is fixing to' some days ago, I heard a gentle- not know wnat you bad said, on start the old Kentucky mill running man say, he was in favor of having that subject. And as you, the at full capacity. All we like is our a public liceuse saloon, that high Judge was gone away from the saw dust man John Tom Hall. license would coutroll the sale of earth," atfd I could not see you, I Miss Amy Pike and Miss a whteky and make it better for the went to your executive body in kills coughs of every Collyer, who are attending Now with the world, called your Church, or common people etc. kind. A 25 cent bottle good will for all, oud milice for Bride, the Lamb's wife, yes, the college at Mt. Vernon, was down is just right for an ordinary cough; for the none, I want to give my opiuion Church of the Living God, and I Saturday and returned Sunday. harder coughs of bronThe Post Office Inspector was on the liceufae system. I want to asked their permission to enter this chitis you will need a SO speak to men who claim to be Chris- business. And after a consulta- here Monday and foutld the Capcent bottle; and for the tians. tion ou this subject, they first said tains books up in good shape. coughs of consumption The Apostle Paul says- - "We uo; it is wrong, but I said, I will The Captain is a good post master. the one dollar size is ?l most economical. The Maccabees belonging to the must all appear before the Judge- divide my income in this business " My cough reduced mo ton jncro ment seat of Christ; that evervone with you, and it will reduce your Cartle Teul No. 41, located at Brod Mcclotcm. I tried nuny remedies, lidt they rill failed. After using tlio may,, receive thinjjs done in his taxes and make your burden less, head, are requested to meet at the Cherry Tcctoral I Immediately nnd throo hottlcs C J according to that he hath financially, and ah the love of hallfoti the third Friday night of body', restored mo to health. I believe 1 owe my Ilfo to It." this monllit done, whether it be good or bad. money is the root oT all evil. hakaii r. MonoAX, Oot. 7, 18?s. llrottntan,V.i. says uo Aud the same author The fire at the Post Office Friday Thev then nid yes, we will "not nkMnBM "drunkard, shall iuheril the King only allow you to sell, but we will caused some excitement and if it - - a.rl llttT i wu Uoivoi uou. give you license to sell, although had not been ior W. A. Tyrcc and mitrV-hm- i that uiveth his .neighbor we know what the result will be. Egbert Wallui smashing the door Old Newspapers at this, office Jui driuk. that putteth the bottle to But the Judge answers aud says, aud going through the flames and 25 cents per hyiudred. ' uim, and makest him drunken also. M I Vrnrm OlgHcLL uient, erilUU icrnnlh er un-God- ly crabTorchard Tho Kind You Ilavo Always Bought, and v.liuli lias beca ol in uso for over 30 years, lias homo llio signaturepcr- nr.(l 1ms been niado under his p ST? , SJ4 r ?---soiml supervision since its infancy, t euzf7-CUCAMAllow no one to deceive you In this. nvc i Imfc All Counterfeits, Imitations and" and endanger tho heal th oL Experiments that triilo with Experiment;. Just-ns-good" J1 Infants and Childrcn-Bvperio- nco against, BRODHEAD PareCastorla is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Syrups. It is Pleasant. It goric, Drov and Soothing other contains neither Opium, Morphine nor destroysNaicoe Morna Its ago is its jjuarantce. It substance. cures Dlarrluea and "Wind and allays Foverishness. It Constipation Colic. It rcllovcs "Teething Troubles, cures Food, regulates tho and Flatulency. It assimilates the and natural sloop, Stomaeh and Bowels, giving healthy Tho Children's 'Panacea Tho Mother's I?rIenU. i What ss f ,)p if s GENUINE CASTORIA & ALWAYS Bears tlio Signature of The KM Bn You Have Always Bought TT Use For Over MUMY THC CCNTUH COMPANY, TtHT. 30 Years. A "tf HtW VOBH CITY. w in nrmi (bin r.- 4 And so is every woman who neglects tho first sign of thoso many weaknesses and diseases which so universally afflict her box. From tho emallcst beginnings follow endless suffering and incapacity for either work or onjoyment of any sort ; wifehood is a burden and motherhood a misory ; oven tlio young woman's beauty fades and ago comes on boforo its timo. But in W K-'?- 1C R& S HT h FEMALE PANACEA GERSTLE'S WVA mj-K .V V,' '.ifniUMn rommlv sneedv and 8U70 rollcf and a permanont euro. All forms of Womb and Ovarian troublo yield to this wonderful medicino which has tho praises of thousands of wo-. If men who have been mado Btrong and well by Its uco. Physicians and Olnor anJJ,0,;iioei,0tti,iflN.imuoi1 ietiiT than crorifoio. I pram!, ami bwn troMod hi ha taken many fcliyU of meUlolnc. ModlolnOS Failed J nenthilelan.illfllinrltoilomonnynoililint.lnwn.liijroiir G. F. P. CUREU. m,lldDo I feil lllio n ntw rrwn. 1 am m thankful th.t I 1ito been .par.J to recommend thl. reat remedy Mid nnotS"NCYtlToA'iNTV. La Cro,, Fit P "Hf. Druggists Sell G. F. P. nt Sfeooo by C. L. Davis & Co.. Mt For Sale WJiat Is Up Wow? "I nar tp U nnt fnllr fi f rf A til er tr si tmints iukk liutr mutf.v wrtl la tonSilm' for frrr adtlft I LID Its' KLALTII I LI It, trt U (. nlla A Th, i!.aTHY It IbalUawoca ! yVA fvJT Vernon, Ky. Strikhs A Rich Find. was troubled for several years throat I jffiifa Ex-Go- Del-phi- A I B- -. with chronic indigestion and uerv A NEW STORE AT CUMMINS ous debility," writes F. J. Green, STAND. of Lancaster, N. H. "No remedy helped me until I began using FrAnk Jones' Electric Biiters, which did me Cheap Store. more good than all the medicines I Arbuckle Coffee, I24c I2j4c ever used. They have also ktnt Best Green Coffee, my wife in excellent health ior Fine Vienna Coffee, , 15c years. She says Electric Bitters ' 12 Lion Coffee, are just splendid forlemale troubles; Granulated Sugar, that Uiey are a grand tonic trutl Light Rrowti Sugar, for weak, run down Best Dry Salt Meat, 10c Nice, pure Leaf Lard, x,oc WDiiien. No other medicine can 60c itake its place iu our family." Try Best Meal, in market, Only 50c. them. Satisfaction Best Patent Flour 65c guaranteed by all Druggists. Second best patent flour, 60c Best slnpbtuff $1 for 100 lbs. Night Was Her Tekrok. California Hams, per lb 9c 8'3 to 10c "I would cough nearly all night Canned Goods, Uneeda Btscuit, fresh per long," writes Mrs. Chas. Aople-gate- . box, 5c of Alexandria, Ind., "and 2 lbs soda for 5c could hardly get any sleep I had Men's Hats 75c. up, consumption so bad that if I walkLadies $2.50 shoe, now $2.00 ed a block I would cough frightfulGents JS2.50 shoe, nov'$2 0o Men's and Ladies solid shoes $1.25 ly and spit blood, but, when all suits from other medicines failed, three Clothing, men's $1.00 up. $3.00 bottle. of Dr. King's New DiscovAH grades calicoes this week ery wholly cured me and I gained Ribbons, Laces, Ladies Hose, 58 pounds." It's absolute guar-, Ln Men's Hose, all as cheap as the anteed to cure Coughs, ColdGrippe, Bronchitis and all Throat cheapest. Goods delivered in any and Lundg Troubles. Price 50c' part of town at your door. ' Saturday is my bargain day, at aud $1 on Trial bottles Iree ut all Druggists drug store. Cum ins1 stand, Livingston, Ky. A Good Cough Medicine Children. On each Sat"I have no hesitnncv w ucom urday only we will .ell the folio. mending Chamberlain' 3 ouch assortment of bargains: Remedy," says F. L. Muiau, a i3 lbs beit granulated sugar $1.00 n and popular baker, of 10 3 bars Big Deal soap ttoffee 24 Petersburg. Va. "We have given 2 packages Arb. or Lion 1 suck No. 1 flour 56 it to our ebildren wheu troubled 10 with bad coughs, also whoring 5 lbs Keg soda lb African Java roasted coffee 20 cough, and it has always given per' 1 lb be..t tea on earth It was 75 fect satisfaction. d to me by a druggist a, the 2 p icVs Arm & Hammer soda 05 best' cough medicine for childieu ats. .. 3:00 il Total .w contained no' ODfiim or , thrr' HOUK & ADAMS' Ihirmfnl drug.1' Sold bv :'ao. Big Store, Main 'st, We.Mey Diuggint. 6c' 6c 11 n" t 111 1 ' l NOTICE. ,"- a m v-i- . I - well-know- 1 ivom-raende- sfl ts TTV1 ti 9'nir ,V 3 Fuqua is very ill. Dr. Lucas and W. F. Tttbbs Shot. Will Sears shot and fatalMrs, Angie Stephens and crand ly wounded Henry Larue, colored, vvcrc at Mullins Station, between rac (1ntirllfir Mie T ',,,,' Tli. at Pittsburg Wednesdav. trains, Friday. ' Mt. VERNaw. Ky March 15 ,901 , moved back TYr Vernon to make to Mt. Wnllin, who lost his drug Frank Judge and Casper Williams, of their home, and it is with pleasure, store, at NiHmlnsville last week, your littld city, were in town Mon-dnthat we welcome them back. had a .stock nf goods which invoic011 legal business. Mrs. W J. Sparks and little ed over $11,000, the amount of in- Farmer, Russell Dillion and son, daughter, I3essie, and Miss Mary D. ' surance can ied was $6000. Mr. Lvnn, of Lincoln county, came Lox went to Louisville to hear Wallin will open up business in down Sunday to see hemefolks. j iouiviui: & ruBHYiut r. n. CO. Thomas' Orchestra, Tuesday night. some part of town until his store Dispatcher's Moore snd Wright Miss Belle Cox, ofrDanville, joined room can be rebuilt are pn the sick. list. Shorty Men-me- e TIME TABLE. them at Junction City. Of all our farmers, we know of has to hold the fort at the north 24 11.05 am Mesdames. C. C Williams and none, who brings more products of Big office, by his little self. 26 north 1:31am W. U. Whitehead left Sunday for their farm to market, than David Mrs. Laura Justus and baby, 23 south 1:57 p n Topeka. Kans., in response to a Hysinger. This alone should be a Margeret, of Nashville, Tenn., are 1:415 n m letter fro-- .i 25 South tha: place saying, that source of encouragement to the visiting the family of Henry Rey AS. LANDRUM, Agent. Miss Clara Whitehead, a sister to farmers of Rockcastle, because it nolds, on the river. Mrs. Williams and Mr. W. B. proves conclusively, that all that Eittridattht Mt. Veriuj, ttj., Married. Wednesday noon, Whitehead, ha"d fallen, while de is necessary to raise plenty of every mall matter at Mt. Vernon, in the parlor of scending the steps leading down in- thing, is just a. little puh and plenthe loplin Hotel, Dr. W. J. Chilto a cellar, breaking both arms just ty of work. MASONIC. dress, of this li'ace, and Miss Fanabove the wrists, besides several Aihlaud JiOdco ,No. (MO incciB 2nd HaV Dead. Mac Estes, after an ill- nie McFerron, of Pine Hill. bruises received. lay 10 A in. ness of several weeks, died TuesT. D. Mullins has moved his ele Later: Mrs. Whitehead writes to day night and was buried Wedneshomefolksthat, Miss Clara is much day. He leaves a wife and four gant stock of merchandise to MulCHURCHES. lins Station, where he will try to Holds services 1st & Sri Snndaj better than she expected to find Christian children, who have the sympathy RtUn.m. and at&SOp. m. finish filling his pocuets with gold. her. of the entire community. Mrs. Here's wishing you success, Coot. Presbyterian Holds crrices on the 2nd Estes and the children went to and 4th Sunday, mornlny and evening. There is an epidemic of measles LOCALS. Livingston yesterday to spend a Baptist Church Service on the Second at this place; Mrs. Tohti Farmer, few days with her brother, George Saturday night and Sunday. Sunday Grant Hilton, Mrs. Carpenter and School at 0 a in every Sunday. Prayer Albert Allen had over $1000 Reynolds. Meeting on Tuesday nights. Tom Daniels at the Mullins Hotel, worth of fenciug and other property In County Court. John Green and Lewis Elmore are afflicted with destroyed by fire last week. fined $50 for selliug liquor to a this disease. Frank Ball was arrested car. Joan, one ot the pau' minor. Airs. The firm of Jones & Smith, deale pers, died at the Satur- by deputy sheriff Dock Langford, ers in general merchandise, have Judge Williams, E. B. Cox and day night. The burial was in the and brought here and placed in gone into unvoluntary bankruptcy. ye editor were in the city Tuesday. Cemetry, here Sunday afternoon. jail Snnday for a fine and imprisonDeputy U. S. Mar ment for carrying concealed weap- W. T. Short. Mr. Bailes was a guest of Dr. The account, which we gave last shal, is in charge of the business, and Mrs. M. Pennington Monday. week of Pat Welsh beiug missiug, ons. Henry,McClure was fined $1 for the present. aud cost for being druuk and $5 George Reynolds, of Livingston, is all a mistake. It prove to be all and the cost for breach of the J. C. Hocker The Parson, has wis in town Wednesday on busi- togathera different, man and a dif- peace, and E. T. Fish was fined $1 fully r'ecovered from the attack of ness. ferent name. grip, and looks as pleasing as a and the cost. Mrs Ella BaketMs in the city basket of chips, since he does not About one hundred miners irom buying her Spring stock of Milli- Eastern Kentucky, pnssed through RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT. have co coon the bridge, these dark o nery. nights. She lives on this side of on the train Saturday night on Resolutions of the Philamathcan the river now. Dr. and Mrs. M. Pennington their way to Wyoming, to work in Society upon the death of William wcut to Livingston Monday after- the mines there. John Clark, aged about 60 years, Henderson, noon. died at Pittsburg, Friday and was Marshal Bob Jones, of Stanford, Since it has pleased an Mr. John Burnett, of Kansas, is Cemetery here Saturanested at that place, Saturday and Loving God, to remove buried in the here visiting his sister, Mrs. J. M. night, Cris Langford. by the Order of Red Men. who was from our numbers, our friend and day, Taylor. , He was formerly a resident of this wanted here to answer a charge for comrade, be it place, and was the father of Mrs. Mrs. Sue Mullins, of Livingston, selling liquor unliwiull). Resolved; That we deeply paid this office a pleasant call Tuesmourn the loss sustained by the Logan Salyers. Lost. W. C. Mullins, last week day last. The firm of Blankensbip & MulSociety, in the death pf our able while en route to. Louisville, lost a lins have, by mutual consent, disW. R. McClurc and family will loyal brother; pocket-boowhich contained about and leave in a few days 'for Oklahoma Resolved; That we extent our solved partnership. Willie Mullins $160 in money btsides several having bought out Mr. Blanken-ship- 's Tcritory. checks and other valuable papers deepest sympathy to the sorrowing interest. The new firm, J. parents and brothers of the deMessis Smith und Jones the TO CURK A COLD IN ONE DAY. A. Mullins & Sou, will continue firm, were ceased; Livingston Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Resolved; That we send a copy business at the old stand, where here Sunday. Tablets' All druggists refund the of these resolutions to the family they invite their many friends to Jehu H Williams, the stave money if it fails to cure. E. W. of the deceased, and also have give them a call. man from New York City, was Grove's signature is on each box. them published in our couuty pa-- J Quo Vadis. here Tuesday. 2.CtS". per. Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Houk, of -1 y, Post-voic- e Mt. Vernon Signal K. K. Headacli'e ollen results from 'ft' disordered condition of the stomach aud constipation of the bowels. A dose or two of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets will correct thes disorders and cure the headac.v Sold by Theo Wes- ley Druggist. Kil-bourn, A HoRiiiuLK Outbreak Mrs. C. E. VaiiDeuseti, o; Wis., wts afflicted with stomach trouble and constipation tor a long time. She says, "I have I tried many preparations but none For Infants and Children. have done me the good that Cham- berlain's Stomah and Liver Tablets The Kind You Have Always Bought have." These Tablets are for sale Bears tho at Theo Wesley's drug stoie. Signatnro of M&&, Price, 25 cents. Samples free. 'Of large sores on my little. daughter's head developed into a case of scald head" writes C. L' Isbill of Morjranton. Tenn., but Bucklcn's Arnica Salve completely cured her. It's a guaranteed cure " for Ecr.emn, Tetter, Salt Rheumj Pimples, Sores, Ulcers and Piles'. Only 25 cents at all Druggists. ,i CASTOR A r m 6SEKS3BBWCSS9fc, a II x and harness, jou get tlio profits. Tbo Jol y no. ao v bar nnd retailer nro cut ont. Dv deallnc direct Willi tho manufacturer, vou nav only tha cost or x Price. 833.30. X inuKinc wun u moderate nrout auaea: ana you with leather X. uiko your cnoico irom mo dikrcsi ntucit uiiu or uiieai assortment, our plan V the Profits under our plan of selling Insure You Get fvL carrine. bup-gle- s, UrlI M Personals, satlafactlon your money back If you are uiica. uur commeio musir&iea caiaiozue. nnov.mi: many styles of b eh crude vehicles, harness, ronci. oianiceuanti none equipments, wun uciauea ceoenp-uons 01 each, mailed tree. THE COLUMBUS CARRIAGE AND HARNESS CO., Box 772, Columbus. Ohio. Selling Carriages Direct J CI Wo. M- O- lUrnoj. Duscr l...n m M .1 1 H llst v' iM Poor-hous- imr FOR Fresh Groceries of all' Kinds, Near Depot . A. Bryant ' imiiiB wr-r- V u 1 A. ,: rrrjjbi All-powerf- ul THE PEOPLE'S- - DRUGRSTOKE!! C. C. DAVIS & CO. E3EE3XZ k, DRUGS PATENT MEDICINES, '. Perfumes, ' dry-goo- Stationery, r Cigars, Tobacco, Paints, Gils, PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED. TOILET ARTICLES Gum Sulphur, sptnt Suuday with' relatives here; Dr. A. E. Ewers went to Pittsburg Saturday to fill his regular appointment. Col. R. M. Jackson was here trains Sunday, to see Dr John M. Williams. J. A. Landrumwcntto Pittsburg Saturday to see his mother, who still continues very ill. Squire J. N. Brown, the sage of Possom Holler, was here Saturday looking as well as he ever did. Arch Furnish, assistant cashi'r in the bank, was a victim of the Rrip, one or two days this week. John Jones, who has been located at New Pott News, Va., for some time, has returned to Mt. Vernon for a short while. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Champ came Monday alteruoon aud returned Weduesday to their new home in Paint Lick. Mr. Brack- Graves, of Livingston, and one of the best men in Rockcastle county, was here lor a short while Saturday. Mr. Dave "Jackson, one of the best drummers on the road, was on Saturday afternoon's train going to his home in London. Mr. T. T. Simmons, who it. at-- . tending college at Berea, was here the first of the week, spending a few days during vacation. Misses Emma Spence aud Niiina King, of IJfereu College, was the Ruests uf the family ot Mr. A. Pennington, the first of the week. - STOPS THE COUGH Bromo-Quinine AND WORKS OFF THE COLD. (Miss) Mary D. Cox, Lee Chestnut, ") V Tablets Laxative cure a cold in one day. No cure COLLEGE NOTES. no pay. Price 25 cents. Two new pupils enrolled this NOTICE. All jurors, who served at the Feb. term of Circui: week Miss Lilly Taylor and Marg-areLovell. Court are here by notified that, I The classes are all doing good am ready to pay off the claims work, aud the interest in the school W. F. McClary, increasing every week. T. T. J. F. Arrangements are being made 15th 1 t. for special entertainments at the AGENTS WANTED. close of the present term, which For complete line of useful house will occur the last week in April. The Music department is resting ohld articles, rapid sellers, good some this week while the leader, money for energetic persons. Call Miss Cox, and a few of the pupils aud see samples. are attending Thomas Orchestra at J. P. Lechleiter, Louisville. The Philamathean Literary Mt. Vernon, Ky. has taken on new life since General agent for the state Feb. 8. our worthy chairman, Judge WilStorm. A wind storm at Lou- liams, is able to be with us again. don Sunday morning, blew Tilford A very interesting programme has Jones' house from its fouudatiou, been prepared for this evening. damaged the Sue Bennett college On next Friday night the "Ladies bctvveeu $800 and $1000 besides Debate" will be one of the features blowing down several chimneys in of the program. different parts of the town. tt So-cieiy Will Krueger, j Coram. This signature $ nrzx Ih-j- c Laxative over? Bromo-Qt- v "jnuln Hr-t- ' tbo remedy tbnt rnrc.t a lay 'EVERY DAY IS Bargain Day, Wftlmnnll m u iuiuiv 1111; llnnrtf xi iiuuiii hi... y C$GCXi & h fln.iAa vjuuuo, -- TXntinna nin.ki 11 uuiwuc?) TTfc Shoes and Groceries. is all'right, if you arc too fat; and all wrong, if too thin already. Childress-McFerro- n. The Mc-Ferro- n, Jailor G. S. Griffiu went to Living.ston Saturday to assist the Masonic lodge at that place in inuiiiatiug some new members. W. T. Davis, who is jiow a Kentucky Colonel, on lh com-po'.ic- or ot UvnigsulVvill move Ids fanuly to tlm.nlftoe fii the near future. ' marriage of Dr. W. J. Childress, of Livingston and Miss Fannie of Pine Hill, was quietly solemnized in the parlor of the Joplin Hotel, Tuesday, at 1:30 o'clock ; the Rev, Dr. Ewers officiating. Only a few of the relatives close 'friends were present. The bride and groom, accompanid by Miss Mattie McFerrou, a sister, aud Miss Ida Thompson, a cousin, of the bride, left on the afternoon train for Livingston, where they took rooms at the Eight Qable Hotel aud will make their future home. To this couplet of Rpckcastle's highly honored and respected young people, the Signal extends its heartiest congratulations and may the journey of life, upon which they have just entered, be one of much Wls-and happiness . Over Coats, From $3.do &d $G.dd. healthy; a little more, or less, is no great harm. Too fat, consult In buying, the price and quality are tho two; a doctor; too thin, persistently thin, no matter what cause, take Q things to bo 'considered. Give us a call and see forX Scott's Emulsion of Cod Liver yourself Oil. COX, There are many causes of getting too thin; they all come JyLOpposite Court House. Mt. Vernon, Ky. under these two heads: over- W "-- jr n .xAx1wA -sx,T n. work and if you can; Stop over-wor- k, LIVINGSTON not, but, whether you can Mrs. W. F. Tubbs is very sick take Scott's Emulsion of Cor! rfcGhaiffge o Cars, this week. balance yc Liver Oil, to Mrs. A. N. Bentley has been with your work. You can't live very sick this week. oh ittrue but, by it, you Fat, enough for your habit, is MEN'S SUITS ALL WOOL FROM, 3 TO $5. $ ' I BROS., - under-digestio- ',xr c Steve Owens has moved his family to Knox couuty. Mrs. Mila Pettit and daughter, Lela, are visiting relatives, at Wil- die. W. C. Mullins and B. N Roller have returned from a trip to Louisville. Mrs. W. R. Dillion is visiting the family of Dr. Pettus, at Crab Orchard. Henry Ballou will move his family here, from Crab Orchard, in a few days. , J. T. Blankeuship and family visited relatives, in Knox county, can. There's a limit, however;, you'll pay for it Scbtt's Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil is the readiest cure for "can't cat," unless it comes of your doing no workyou can't long be well and strong, without omc sort of activity. Tho gonulne has i!aj' no other. I vou have not A uuciun oa it, send for XIIKK7 jii rat ir,'f jn tin SIX w t, simple, Its a- saablo taste will irprlso you. -- KSfif&ooi MS'UliiiTyWavoid iS4VijlV lV ....- .- 'Belt Route, - W,. fnllnr lVir. IV - the discomforts and annoyances of cnanging cars, ITOC nnfnwr Jtl MKoi- muiw, UCI.C33UI V rn uuiv.1 frtl froinc run thmiicrh frorh Memphis to Texas, with out change. . . Dolf J I di tO. IBkv' t.pv r . l?2Kvi OOTT & BOWNE 0 Pearl Street, Chemists, Sfil r- TO . - corr zAYj These trains tarry Pullman Sleepers at night, Parlor Ccfc Cars during the day and Fres.Chvr Cars coin aay ana rupu. -. .Wrlle and tell us where you are going ..and when you will leave, and we will tell :you the, exact cost 01 a uckci una sena vou a corriDlete schedule for the trip. Wo A Suvlllalso send you an Interesting little Trip to Texas." F, R. hYATT, T. P. A , Qutanatl, OMo. . Incf 1 nnlr. ; Now York, 10c. and $1.00; all druggists. EXAo r V, 1 w. UBWDMf, O.P.er.J UI(StLouf$, H. ir . i l.y1.t f?tvv Vib fflm n ... - ' -- t . y- i I90I i HOUR rrriTr ' "" & ADAMS MsnamatBBsaKi 1901 , ' t " JlC'A ' I I U j A-'t)' 5 START INTO THE 20TH CENTURY WITH a Big List of. Unheard oi BARGAINS; C'ai'efully Every Line of t r &rf. , "i - H&W Ri . E This Ad. and Come and be Convinced that we air&lp 'r Actually Selling Goods Cheaper Than Ever Known in MT. VERNON, ' ' ,. HOMlv MARKETS; Corrected eacli week by Houk' & Adams, Mt. Vernon, Ky, Boots and Shoes, CO g Clothing, Gents Furnishings, 111 Arhuckle's Coffee i2j4c-i4C-i5C'i6?jc "I t Lion Coffee o Viiii ' Green Coffee V VSs! tflour, No. i,per barrel $4.50 " Belle of Lincoln per b'rl 4.00 1 Daisy flour per barrel $4.10 $4-Labelle flour BaconT per lb Dau'l Boone Soap; 3 cakes 5c i 10c Star Soai , 3 cakes . sMxaMW srttpfyF'M Rice, No. 1 , per lb Granulated Sugar per lb 6HC Hxtra Light Brown Sugar lb Sprup. Caramel, gal. bucket gal. 40c Sorghum, best home-mad- e Shipstuff, per hundred, 1.00 Calico, all the best brands 5c Calico; all cheap grr-lejc & under fY Wak.. "SrN. Sjc Can goods WN F&OM OCEAH TO Clothing, suits, 75c to $15.00 tocts in Lard 10c in small lots: lb lots or more. ; 50 vour feet dry and save Northern seed oats per bu. 45c w KEEP Millet hay on hand a doctor's bill, The best at Eggs per doz 12J Houlc & Adams Feuthers per lb 40 X isjc i2c 7c r7 f wl US p P HI. rD C3 ik 0. iliiVm rfcWl 'NICE PHK SHOES the farmer mechanic, laborer, banker, and the dude, at nil sorts of prices, to suit nil in fit, style and nricc. for please. and look and obtain bargains. d Wear patches when you can get Olotliing, of all graded I so cheap. Wc arc the leaders 111 Nice Spring aittV humnier Clothinff. Dress Suits guaranteed to iit and prices that cannot fail.te Clotlnng-nnfurnistiings there is no end ana invite nil to come 121 dim " C5 LOOKING-fo- 5 I I" 0 KJ $ ft Jk JLwW i Vj I & M Clothed in Style, at the prices Houk & Adams are' selling clothing, men's fine shirts, collars and ties. r g !A? va I r II .at Houk t a place to obtain bargains in Clothing of any "kind, such as fine suits, medium suits. Suits to suit any one in ef'lrt nnrl inicll t niMPO. "RoV llit,H lf nil fl crpa Sfnn 1T1 Adams' and bo suitect. is not all. s THEaclothing store, Remember general bargain. 1 m ye keep a general line of everything' kept everything in our store isfa AVe o yv'11 us as everything a farmer rK H I w I tL tm competition blush. eePSaturday special bar may need at pri'ces that make gains for our customers. Plonk 6k Adams, Main st., Phone An Honkst Medicine No. 25,- -2. R Grippe. tor La COURT CALENDAR. day in each month. A LUXURY WITHIN THE REACH OP ALLS AKE no mistake! JVL Sec that my head is on every package of o vr ,As i, ' Why has LION COFFEE you buy. It guarantees its purity. No coffee is m n. wtt&ss iMJmsgfc LION COFFEE 'M . George V. Wnitt, of South Gardiner, Me., says: "I have had the worst cough, cold, chills and grip and have taken lots of trash of no account but profit to the vendor. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is the only thing that has done any good whatever. I have used one bottle ot it and the chills, cold and grip have all left me. I congratulate ths manufacturers of an lfor sale by honest medicine." Theo Wesley Druggist. M.L-MYERS- County Court. Fourth Mon FURNITURE and UNDERTAKING. A full and complete stock. orders filled promptly All Fiist Monday in January, April, July and October. Quarterly Court. Circuit Court. Second Mon day in February, Fourth Monday in May and Third Monday in Sep tember. Mt Vernon Police Court; Third Monday in each month. 'Motto: Best goods and lowest prices. Blankensiiip & Mullins. Livingston, Ky. R.A, JONES DENTIST, STANFORD, KY. The Veranda Hotel. JOSEPH COFFEY, PROPR.; jL.$S&fAJiSi89nSfcrt Mw unless it is in a I pound scaled packet with the head of a lion on the front. Then you get pure coffee the highest grade for the money. V pure coffee. No glazing, no coating with egg mixtures or chemicals in order to hide imperfections. of all package coffees ?' And why is it used in millions of homes ? Because it does not sail under false colors. It is an absolutely clean, , Mr. Vernon, Ky. OFFICE At the Rice property. Phone No. 38. DENTIST, Phone jto. 4$. Office over Higgius & McKcuney's Stanford, Ky., Specially equipped for traveling men, Sample room on first floor. Bath rooms free to guests. Rates. $2.00 per day. I G. W. Mcci.ure. w, J. W. Brown. Store. P. A. Pennington, D. D. S.; McCLURE & BROWN Attorneys-at-La- M. D Just try a package of LION COFFEE Watch our next advertlsoment. and you will under- DE1MTST, Mr. Vernon, Ky. our care N W Cor. Third and Chestnut Sts. All business entrusted to attention will receive prompt LOUISVILLE. KY. room No. 8 in the old Brick Office Wilt be at Miller House. Mt Hotel. enion during all Circuit Courts. C. C. Attorncy-at-Law, 'Phone No. 1. MT. VERNON LIME COMPANY Manufacturers of Mine and brick. They also furnish Lime, BuiMing Stone, rough quarry face or ctit Orders promptly filled stand the reason of its popularity. WILLIAMS, SEDRET Wit. Vernon Ky. service. I' 'fist. In evfcrv oactace of LION fifllPFFLp vno wJff Unci a ffiflv illustrated and dcscrJntivff No housekeeper, in fact, no woman, man, boy or girl will fail to find in the list some article which will contribute to their happiness, comtort and convenience, and which they may have by simply cutting out a certain number of Lion Heads from the wrappers of our one pound sealed packages (which is the only form in which this excellent coffee is sold). WOOLSON SP1CU CO., TOLEDO, OHIO. BSuOffice on 2nd floor of new bank on Church street. Special attention given to collections. R. G. CASES accepted anywhere. Only 'legitimate vork taken. Utiarantees ahsolute lidelity to client. Collections made, criminals apprehended, shad- Keasonablo ovin' done. terms. Address, WILLIAMS, at-La- w A Ltorney ' MT. Miller House, HUGH MILLER, Prop'r. VERNON. KY. V Biltmore farms, sold 53 last at two.sows Drop. and5s2i and pigs sold wtek!2JiSiSiderbilt's hoes ;t S102 .... R. M 111 Berkshire at Corn ,K, the crib at R. A. Harris sale in Young sold to C. Mobley 'to year C. 0. Williams sold n lot back of Madison and to H. C. Bottom George T. Wood sold lings at to Dr. M. Pennington to J. C. Lynn 13 i.ioo-pouuboilers at 3c J. J. Moscr for $300. H. A 'Pleasants sold to George Lunsford a horse at 34C tie John Colyer, W. R. McClure sold to a Boyle county partv a; and mule for $88 and to O. P. FriJames I. White and August Krueg- - bunoh of hogs at 5c J. F. Cook Huffman a fat cow at $35 er took some hor.es and mule's to sold to Bourbon cu'jni) pari if.s f 25 day at Louisville 1 hogshead of Stanfoid Monday tu .sell. John feeders at 4 Co J, F. Cnok bright red Shelby county cigarette Colyer sold mie horse for 100. & Co bmighi of John Allen 3 j. wrappers sold foi $17 75 Per 100, Interior making a new record. James I White sold a horse for J. ye.irlings nt 4 (: L. Joplin for $85. mikI W R. Mc- - John S. Murphy nought nt MY. V Journal Clurc fioid a span ot tunes for $195. J. Carson a lot f corn at $2 at the Court Day. There were 276 catThev nay horses and mules are lots crib .... II. F Hillenmeyer iys tle at A B. Florence's stock pens cheaper ir Lincoln than they are there will be a ' very short vpn-'t- i Tuesday, about all of which sold. in thi.s enmity. crop in Keutukv ...,.ls'uah yiiiir ,Some good ytnrlings went at close to 5c, a buiich ot William M oversold "to D. C. Al- - withdrew . large iitinc'i ul 70 brought 4 fx anoiher while i pound heifer.s nt 3 'jc J leu .seven Mnnd.n n Butcher lieifer.s sold at 3 to long 4'.e ...In Muntgoinejv cn tv Hajas'ild tn'IIC Button dvuiai d nt 24 to cattle wen.-old fiv'v yeiir-olyearlings at 4c J M. j n:k Jironyht 5' Several hor vs s M at $60 to $125 4(o 'James McCarley 80 anoiher $700 and ,i thini ogs 4)c ..:..M.irk ll.u 'in. Suld Reuben Gcnti.v , manager, ':l Vr o" Joiirm.I Land, Sfoct . "k7"C . ATTORNEY-AT-LA- brown - "Detective" (Care this Paper.) Headquarters for e.Porter at all Commercial Men. trains. 9x the-colle- d cat-'eig- ht 4c Mt. Vernon, - Kentucky col- SpeciaJ attention given to lections. . - Hotel Frith' F. FRANCISCO, Propr. r Located at the Depot5a , MULLIWS HOTELJohn Farmer, Prop. 40 KiirnlHliotl wltlt Uvtry Cnnven. locicu unci Comfort. Bodhea'd, ' KV . -- 6;o-iioun- d Good. Livery., Attaehedf. Livingston, Ky. Sample rooms ior Commercial men. Meet all .Trains, Day and Night Traveling Men and Railroad men Solicited. lunches for nil trains. t owder& Jrancipco ' MONUMENTAL WORKS, Will fur two-year-ol- f, 1 1 m 4c, 30. Cn-,-..- s ". 140-pouu- S' 3. Hroillicnl, Ky, Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones) it .ft,.-- . nOttW -- ALL .VORK FIRST-CLASS,- '- ."P.TISr ACTION GIVEN- .- "Houk &" Adams, KlUUb Mt Vernon" Ky Insurance of all Call offi(;p at the Signal Mt VornonV w