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Hendrickson. j THE BANK OF MT. VERNON. It will be n great loss (6 our' ' Weather fair and it seems that church and Sunday school, to give The new Baptist church at T l Wo itititrrt'tttii ni13 ap Spring has arrived at last; was dedicated Sunday. v pointmont with Iks people last Sattir-- 1 UP Bro' Hendrickson, his wife aild (children, for they, hav some pre Jessie Dj ke says that he wants day nielli and Sunday. Thirteen new beet sugar factories ,... ... 4.1. OPENED 1900.3- T are contemplated in nine States. l" " u,y " Ml "cgro nung. MrSf Jnne prnliciw.0 and chil. cious sweet girls and goou teachers M.M M G. W. Sliockley was here from jdreu, Of Williamsburg, are visiting 'and'workers in thf Sunday school. Two New York firms" shipped ' .Wj CAPITAL STOCK, iT Bro. has been emin Urodhead this week. : ,750,000 in gold to Europe Mon- Berea last Sunday visiting ployed as prstor at Casy, 111. So day. r ( Mr. Wm. rub)s mid Willie Mul-linlives. A. E. E'lfelS, Vick-Preour'peopleall bid hint God speed B. H MARTIN, Frus Lit'ingj-tonOne lile and $275,000 in property "if! of were saining J. W. Lambert, the enterprising W. L. RICHARDS, CASirrim.sj A. B. FURNISH, Asst. CAsh. in his new field of labor. were destroyed by fire at Pittsburg, farniernear Boone's Gap, was Mere Dix river for minners last Satur' Pa DIRECTORS. As the writer came from LebaJ. T. Adaihsr Jonas McKenzic, Fiitz Knie'ger, day., Monday. Geo. Livesay, Rod Perry, Vincent Boreing, A. T. Fish! ,N Douglas Reid, known as James Tuesday eve, when we got to Mr. Alex Tyree, Brodhead's non1 Mr. Debusk, the R. R. Detec"the fatlitr of'thc telegraph' is City Bradly We solicit accounts of firms and individuals. Careful atte'u- ' ' tive, was here on business last master mechanic, has changed his Junction dead. H y General Dan Colyer and tion is given collections entrusted to tis. location from the east part of town Gen Cassius M. Clay has agreed Monday. Our friends and patrons ar invited to call when in town. the present Congressman Mr. V. to surrender the furniture of his W. H, Jordan will soon be a to the western. Boreing all got on the train at that daughter. thing of the past, as he is going Mr. J. L Robbins and daughter point, then on arriving at Stanford Fire destroyed the business por- to kill himself at work. spent last Sunday with his son, Mr. our1 Commonwealth Atty. Mr. tion of Wantoma, , Wis. T T t Loss i K--. L,. iiranuaman Mr. does not juiiii koduius, Air uiierry s ac- - Sharp got a bord of the train and 100,000. f seem to improve, his condition be- comidating clerk. as we .looked at all of the men of James Callahan, was acquitted at ing very serious at this writing. Mrs. Jtettie Rigsby and Miss ability we fel- that we were in the Omaha, of complicity in the Ctidahy Capital Stock, 5100,000. Surplus, $180,40.76 ' Henry Hamblin has made ar- Maggie Holtzclaw, of Preachers-vill- e, very midst of Executive, Judicial kidnaping. spent Monday night with and Legislative talent; four such The gold' production of Cripple rangements to saw at Round Stone, and has moved his mill to that Rev. Hendrickson's family. noted men cannot be seen together Creek up to date is more than J W. Hayden, W, P. Walton, J. H.;Collier, M. D. EfiH&re 1 point. often unless in time of election. Mr. John Jarrett Jr., of Lebanon, $100,000,000. 0. Ried, T. P. Hill, S. II. J3augliman,jW. A. Tribblo,Miss Helen Thurmond's winter 'There seems to be brooding a has been visiting relatives and L. and N. stock sold at 109 on good mauy essays on Good Roads. friends for a few days, and his girl and spring school will close out M. J. Miller and S. T. .Harris. the New York Exchange, establishaud if it is agreeable all around. has been made happy in his com- next Friday. Miss Helen is a good ing a new record. teacher, and has taught in our fall We solicit the accounts of the citizens of Rockcastle and adjoining old Hard NOt would like to write ing. coiinties assuring them prompt and careful attention to all busi and winter schools for three suc George Feybold, a merchant of a few lines. ness iritfusted to us. Personal application and correspond- Messers. Albert Hiatt, Cecil and cessive years, and will likely be reDarlington, Iud.. committed suiMy good editor the people that Bent McClary, of Oak Hill section, tained in the coming fall school. ence, Vith a view to business relations, invited. cide by. hanging. they know me, call me a came to hear Bro. Hendrickson But there has been, a gentleman J S HOCBlER, Pres., " '7 think JNO.jT McROBERTS, Cashier. Thirteen graduates of the law hard .u. nut, so from this time on, preach his farewell sermon last coming to our town- recently, and A. A. McKINNEY, Ass't Cashier. school were admitted to practice at you cay it seems like he was trying to make prefix my lovely name to Sunday, the Louisville bar. a contract with Miss Helen, aud rK the Conway news. Misses Bettie and Bell HendrickThe1 fight against the sale by yet lie did not look much like a Aunt Agues Dobbs still lingers son, both of whom have, been visitcommon school trustee, and under Lexington druggists, of morphine with us, between life and death. ing relatives at Pine Hill for the these circumstances, we cannot reand cocaine is being pressed. There seems to be no chance for last three week?, returned home port as yet, just what the result A cdmpauy has been organized her and death will soon relieve her last Sunday. will be. with ajicapital of $500,000 to de- tiouble and suffering. Mrs. Perander Hiatt and her .1 I velop oil fields in Indian Territory. M, IL Jones was seen passing Bkware of a Couoh. Miss Lizzie Hiatt, - tfHff . i TheBocrs blew up a railroad in through here last Sunday with a of the Oak Hill neighborhood, were A cough is not a disease but a ' three .places, apparently with the piece of barb wire tied to his sad- in town last Sunday, and attended symotom. Consumption and :i intention of intercepting, a train dle. ,He has not been seen since: preaching at the Baptist which are the most dangef- church. c arrying Cecil Rhodes. ' It is hoped that he has "hung him There will be an entertainment ous'and fataldLseases, have fortheir; m Pierpont .Morgan is trustifying self. first indication persistent cough, at the Christian church next Fri 43U the shipping interday and Saturday nights. They and if properly? treated as soon as ests, the first company absorbed will have an interesting programme this cough appeals are easily cured. Kept in Stock Orders by Mail.JTelegraph r Telephone beiugitbe Lcylaud Line. and all arc cordially invited to Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has Promptly filled. Mrs. R. E. Bell, who has been proven wonderfully successful, and Thescotton crop is not believed come and have a good time. gained its widereputation and to havctbecu injured by the recent very low, is improving. Mr. Robert Parjgan, of the sale by its success in curing The other Rev. Davis will' preach at Buck- neighborhood of Crab Orchard, frost inMississippi. eye Sunday at 1 1 a. m. the diseases which cause coughing. crops were not injured. moved into our town this week. It GO TO- Rev. Holtzclaw fill:d his appoint- seems that all who leave Brod-hea- If it is; not beneficial it will not One hundred and seventy-fou- r cost you a cent. For 'sale by Theo oil companies have been chartered ment at the Chapel Sunday. has an anxiety to return, so Chas. Riddle entered the Normal Mr. Parigan, like all others who Wesley Druggist. in Texas since the discovery of oil at Mt. Vonion, last Monday. at Beaumont, on Tan. 10. go away, has come back. KY. Pullman car porter at ColumRev, Green rFish delivered an A Mr. R. S. Martin, the bereaved bus, O., was found to have small- interesting sermon at Maple Grove father of young Mr. Hugh Martin for Everything in pox, aud the three passengers on Sunday last. deceased, ask us to say to the edirjr Many a school Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Slioo.s, ana General1' ' V . KTBL the car were therefore locked iu Tip kangford's baby, which has tor of the Mount Vernon Signal, girl is said to aud quarantined. Merchandise been very low with pneumonia fe- and"nll his many friends, who have be lazy and rendered, him and his, assistance A special examination will pro- - ver, is some better. H BKST GOODS AT I,0VKST PCKS. and sympathy in their deep trouble in ri tiiW .. be arranged for the new arbably Miss Berda McHargue, of Pine when she my Lieutenants, as it is realized Hill, was the guest of Miss Mary and affliction, that he' heartily ap doesn't deserve preciates their kindness, and feete jtr, te least-bi- t or it. that they canuot pass if the regu- Williams, the first of the week. She can't study, easily grateful to all. lar standard is required. Mr. and Mrs. G T. Johnson, of falls asleep, is nervous The machinists, who have waited Orlando, were visiting his father, ' Miss Eva Edwards, of Jelico, is it. l and tired all the time. in vain or aa answer to their pro- Mr. G. M. Johnson, Sunday last. visiting relatives and friends in our And what can you extown this week. Miss Eva has positions submitted last week have, and MINERAL DIRKCTOR. . pect? Her brain is being Miss Rissie Williams, of Mt scut an ultimatum to the Illinois Vernon, was visiting at Mr. W. many friends in our town, all, of fed with impure blood Ky. Mt. Vernon, K whom, are always glad to see her, Central Railroad Company. and her whole system is B. Whitehead's the first of the but among them all Mr. J. H. Dunn suffering from poisoning. President McKmley and party week. ty V , seems to be the happiest one, he Such girls are wonderstarted on their long Western trip The farmers have been very fully helped and greatly on schedule time Monday. A large much behind with their work, on has been wearing that sweet smile. changed, by taking on his face that is characteristic of crowd, cheered enthusiastically as account of wet weather, but they t the train pulled out of Washington. are pushing things to '.the front bis joy, ever since she came, and we cannot wender at this, for she Foreign stockholders of the Port now. Keeps Coffins. Caskets. Robes. Linen Bosoms, Cuffs and uoijarc. is a beautiful and' (accomplished .'"' Arthur Laud Company have objectm young lady. fUrnish Metallic Caskets and have Embalming done on short no' sale of 28,000 acres of A Vki?v Rbauricadlu Rkmkdv. 1 ed to the tice and easy terms. "It is with a good deal of,pleas-ur- e Rev. A. J Pike was called to v landto the Stuudard Oil Company. fr Orders Dy telegraph or telephoue promptly attended to day and uight aud satisfaction that I recom-meu- d Lebanon, last Monday to ofeciate Thejdeal does not include the railChamberlain's Colic, Cholera at the wedding of his half brother, Hundreds of thousands road termiuals. v of schoolgirls have taken says Mr. G. W. Pike and a Miss Daisy aud Diarrhoea Remedy," Permission has been granted by Druggist A. W. Sawtelle, of Hart- Schall, of Campbellsville Ky. They it during the past SO years. ' the War Department for a bridge ford, Conn. "A lady customer, were married at the Chandler Hotel Many of these girls now over the Ohio river at Ashland, seeing the remedy exposed for sale in Lebanon on Tuesday 10 o'clopk have homes of their own. They remember whaf provided the channel span clears on tny show case, said to me: 'I a. iu. Thcv taken the afternoon cured them, and now feet. The final surveys are really believe that medicine saved train for Louisville. Rev. Pike re750 they give tlie same medinow being made. my life the past summer while at ports a pleasant trip, aud says he cine to theirown children. A. fanner at Ogden, Iowa, has the shore,' and she became so en- spent Monday night with his old You can afford to trust a .1 just received from th government thusiastic over its merits that I at friends Mr. and Mrs. O. V. Jarrett; Sarsapnrilla that has been tested for half a century. $30 iu' return for some bills chewed once made up my mind to recom- he says that Owen, Mattie and litLMbottk. All drills. ' l up by. a goat thirteen years ago. mend it in the future. Recently a tle Albert are all well and enjoying If your bowels arc constiDRUGS. life. The goat got hold, of the farmer's gentleman came into my store so pated take Ayer's Pills. You can't hnvcjjood health unless Rev. G. D. Hendrickson, our old vest, and tore the bills out of the overcome with colic pains that he you have daily action of the 23 ds. pocket aud chewed aud swallowed sank at once to the floor. I gave pastor, preached his farewell serbox. bowels. "OneboxofAycr'n I'JIla cured my The goat was then killed him a dose of this remedy which mon with the Brodhead Baptist them. Uysncpato." I..l. Cjumwn.x.. liatli, H.Y. Jau.t',18W. He had a and the mass of pulp recovered, helped him, I repeated the dose churcl last Sunday. Oils, . mrHm thm Dmoier. If yoa hv nuy cotupUInt wlutorer Whe"u sent to the treasury, they and iu fifteen minutes he left my large and appreciative audience to and Uaalro the Iwtt mvulcal adlce 70a can 0Mtby,TtolTe, writs tlio ttocttr foiiad by examination that it was store smilingly informing me that hear him. We had a blessed meetT. SOU fro wfetiaat mill recrivo a prompt reptr. cu.' finnrni. DX. J. C. KtWk. si: 'five 'dollar bills and sent the he felt as well as ever.' Sold by ing, yet it was mixed with grief and PRESCRIPTIONS' CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED.mmmmm toweU. Man 'bxWer-U'csadness, lor riur people all seemed bills in llieir place. Wesley Druggist. Theo M News Items, CONWAY BRODHEAD ! Hr-rodsbur- g MT. VeRNON, K'Y . . k rela-""dativ- es s s, I s. , " Ex-Govern- or " -- Ex-'Att- . .t-- .- 1 .. lyrst National mOF Bank. STANFORD, KY DIRECTORS: J t' " - ,? DANNIE OWENS UNDERTAKER grand-daughte- r, brou-chiti- sj trans-Atlanti- c COVE Caskets, Coffins, Robes Ete" r,' ex-teusi- ve BRODHEAD, KENTUCKY -- d, JONAS MCKENZIE MT. VERNON. mSM w 1 shiftless ';t WILLIS GRIFFIN Practical Undertker 9 1 layers ! 1. la N THE PEOPLE'S DRUGRSTOEEIl S tv C. C, DAVIS & CO, PATENT MEDICINES, ' Perfumes, Stationery, Cigars, Tobacco, Paints, . , ( TOILET .ARTICLES fO ." Si m b- - .Jun. vr .! Tint Supreme Court admitted Mr. Kredrico de Getau, of Portori-co- , to practice a few ,days since, rfcr and as it is the practice of the May 3, 19m. Fhjlday, Court to aJitm only citizens of the Published every Friday by United States, it seems that Porto-ricis, according to the Courts vievs, a part of us, notwithstand$t.OO ing the opinion of Mr. McKinley StTBSRITtKN ONK.VAK to the contrary. This Court, we Advertising rates made known on are of the opinion, understand this r, application matter better than the President, and can better be relied on to deal ANNOUNCEMKNTS with such questions. -- '".ri Mt Vernon Signal -- o j We art HUtliori7Pil to iiiiiiniuirc Chesle imrtv. J'avne, n u the witness stand, is not fit to be a Judge. Gov. Brae ley, you are too A fifty million dollar plow trust honest a man, to stand any show is tlic latest thing in the trust busi- with Hoboe. ness. It is only a matter of time till every necessary of lif s in the News Itejns. Or like clutches of that octapus the maelstrom that draws everyTom Cole, a negro murderer, thing toward it for miles around. was hanged at Clinton, Ky. This trust maelstrom will swallow An Ohio farm hand dug up a up every independent concern in kettle containing $3,600 in gold. the country, and the people will Congressman Rosseau E. Crump, finally submit, and take up the hu- of Michigan, died of heart disease. argument of those ghouls in man form, and advocate the perThe gates of the petuation of trusts. Yes, it is a Exposition were thrown open May fact that times are pretty good at 1 St. present, and almost every person The only bank in Nicaragua was has employment at some price. ordered into liquidation by the But is that any criterion? The most courts. peaceful sea, is just before the Heavy purchases of arms are bestorm breaks in all its fury; the greatest cyclones come when all na- ing made by the Venezuelan Govture seems to be enjoying the bless- ernment. ings of, a quieta; the cat plays and Fifteen hundred machinists at fondles the mouse upon which it Buffalo and vicinity struck for a soon makes its dinner; the lion nine-hou- r dav. seems to look with compassion George Parson?, a and tenderness upon the child it is boy, was killed by a falling tree in about to devour, and so the trusts Mercer county. with .the people of the United anniversary The seventy-nint- h States, are simply flirting uutil the of Gen. Grant's birth was celebratproper time, and then the thumb ed at Galena, 111. screws will be screwed as low as It is estimated that 50,000 acres they cpn, possibly to the last notch, of cotton in the Memphis district and we will have nothing to do must be replanted. but calmly submit. The wealth Robbers at Anaconda, Mont., producing class seem to be too d carred off a safe containbusy to remedy things, and matters ing $10,000 in gold. must drift along as 'the trusts see Burglars burned a residence at fit. Let1 us hope that the present Administration will fulfill its pledge Henderson and the occupants had a to the people, and before it is for- narrow escape from death. Whitecaps demolished the house ever uxv late., throttle the trusts of John Turner in the 'o'ver the and make labor an independent American citizen, instead of 'a Rhine" section of Middlesboro. The bill restoriug capital punishserf, otherwise this great country ment in Colorado became a law ot ours . may go like the Roman without the Governor's signature. I Republics. It is believed that .Gen. T. Es Tor Infants and Children. Onk G. K. Forston, a hypocriti- trada Palma will be chosen as the Ttio Kind You Hayo Always Bought cal cur from Lexington, spent first President of the Cuban repub Boars tho several' .days in Mt. Vernon last lic. Signature of Hon. William H. 'Elliott, Michiweek selling flowers for Chase Bros. Co., of Rochester, N. Y. He took gan member of" the Republican quite a number of orders but they National Commjttee, died at Dehave been cancelled. While on the troit. The first annual show of the Miss Ida May Adams, of Mt. train Friday he made a great many uugeutlemanly comments on the Kentucky Eelgratn Hare Associa- Vernon, is with Mrs. Cooper. commencement exercises; on our tion will be held at Lexington May Dr. and Mrs. Childress returned town and its people. Finally Mr. home from Mt. Vernon, Friday. Jas. I. White, our worthy citizen Lula Akers, of Catlettsburg, tired Mrs. John Bailey, of Knox councalled lijmdnwn andthe pup look- of life, jumped from a bridge over ty, is visiting relatives, in town. ed like he hVlbeeuwhipped. Mr. the Bfg Sandy river and was Mrs. Raines and daughter, Ollie, White was ready to whip him and drowned. are visiting lelatives, at Rowland. it would have Ueei right, to have Gov. Beckham pardoned four John Itiman Dillion is visiting taught the yonnpstera lesson. He Henderson grocery firms which Maywood. is a wart on tle body politic, a formed o trust, but made no profit his brother, Russell, at Mrs. Georgia Rice, of Mt. Ver-nokind of a sore on the hand of so- out of it. is visiting Mrs. G. M. Ballard. ciety. He is so narrow between The leader of the Yaqui Indians, Mrs. Grace Ward aud children, the eyes that afly causit on the who Was executed iu Meqico is said bridge of his nose and kibkliini in to have been "Apache Kid," of of Altantont, are visiting Mrs. Sam Ward. one eye and bight him m the other. Arizona. It wouldjnot, pe good for the "big Collector Sapp's visit to Wash- , Miss Linda Dillion returned home 1 anu nttie you tellow to come ington will result in a political Saturday, from a visit in Lincoln back here auy more. ' The recep- tangle, according to d county. tion might be too warm. Republican politicians. Miss Joyce Ballard, of Big Hill, Editor Rosewater, of Omaha, ex- is visiting at her brother( G. M. Pitoi Amsik R. Crook, of the presses the opinion that W. t , J, Ballard. Northwester!! University, Chicago,' Bryttu will be a candidate for Gov Mrs. Ella Magee is at Lebanon says he "never uttered a profane ernor Nebraska next year. Juilction, the guest of Mrs., Will word, never smoked, chewed to- " The foreigh Ministers' committee Satterfield. bacco, drank intoxicants, no. hugin its report places the amount'of Mrs. Mahala Carson is yisitiug ged nor kissed a woman." And indemnity China must pay at at her daughter, Mrs'. the most wonderful part of all, is ' francs ($273,000,000). Mt. Vernon. ' ''''.' that he lived awhile in Paris, and Gen. Wm. Ludlow, U. S. A., Mrs. 0. J. Newland, of Stanfoid, yet he has never been tempted beyond endurance. We certainly has tuberculosis and his appoint was the guest of Mrs. W. ,Tr., Meri- . pity the professor, for haviug mis- ment as Military Governor, of one mee, last week. n. Meadows, of Pine Hill, spent so much of the most valuable of the Phillippine departments has MisB'Efiie part of his life in never haviug had been revoked. was the guest of her sister,!Mrs. Thomas Ketchum, the famous Ida Rose, Monday. the pleasure of sipping the nectar from the rosy lips of some beauti- New Mexico desperado, was exMiss Ellen Bu;ner returned from ful, maiden. Wc feel safe to say ecuted at Clayton. The drop broke Mt. Vornon Monday, and is at the " that should he ever venture to the rope and jerked the criminal's Riverside Mansion. hetd from his body. make the trial, he will then, proMrs. Russell Djllion and' Miss cure a dozen kickiug machines, of In a railroad wreck in California Delphia Newland, of Maywood, are the latest patent, and proceed to one mau was killed and a number guests of Mrs. V, R. Dillion.' aPI,Jy.r?thcni nt once and continue ol persons were iujurtd, among Mrs. Hocker, of Junction City, to keep it qpas bug as the ma- litem WhitelaW Reid, who receivis visiting her daughter, Mrs. Mc- chine lasts. ed an. ugly cut in the face. Kinney, and soil, j. C. Hocke'r,-Pan-Americten-year-o- ld 3oo-poun- aa n caniHtliilr for .MMjjiMmli' in the Fourth district, sulijrot to the nctlou of the fttpul-lica- According to pudding-hpa- d De- way of looking at it, any boe's man, who will sweat the truth on The business outlook, as ieen by Philip King, is still most roseate and with no indication of untoward changes which, would bring about a decline in prices. The crop prosr pects are excellent. The Catholics of Louisville Sunday complied with the Pope's decree by inarching ' through the streets and visiting Jour churches, a custom observed once a century as a Means of obtaining forgiveness of sins'. The Ottoman Liberal Committee has appealed' to the French League of the Rights of Man for assistance in bringing abut the release7of Sul-ta- u Mourad, who was deposed in 1876. They say he is buried in a living grave. Judge Eorsey, of the Webster Circuit Court, decided that the suicide Hause in fraternal insurance policies is legal, and held that the signed contract entered into between the assured aud the order is binding. E. B. McCormick, Superintend ent of the Western Insane Asylum at Hopkinttville, gave out a state ment vesterdaA. in wlucli lie reas- seits his iunocence and calls for a full investigation of the charges brought against him., A posse has strated after the Letcher county kukrux leaders who are defying arrest, and a battle is expected when the two forces meet. The military company has disband ed and many of the members will join the posse. An Associated Press dispatch says Creed Potter has surrendered. were .fourteen Kentuckians among the large number of offl cers selected by tlie President to fill the positions of First and Second Lieutenants in the regular army Nearly every one of these Kentuckians have had some ex perience as a soldier,' and all of them it is said, are capable and worthy of the honor. The Louisville and Nashville Rail road Company is preparing to re move its immense repair shops, car shops and paint shops, from their present location to South Louisvilie. About 200, acres of land have been purchased in the vicinity of Highland Park and the company will spend between $800,-00- 0 and $900,000 in improvements. I Mrs. Crockett pillion, ,of Crab Orchaid, is with Mrs." L. C. Smith, who is very sick vlili Rheumatism. Miss Fannie Redd returned to her home in Crab Orchard last week, altera visit with Mrs. Cooper. Mrs. Lewis Dillion, who had been 'visiting her parents, in returned home, Sat,ur day. Mrs. W. J. Djckerson, Miss Luna Herrin. Miss Fannie Faubush, and the little sou of Frank Jones, are on tb,e sickjist. Shannon McKianey, W. R. Dillion and W. C. Mullins, were in Louisville the first of the week, attending the races. Mrs. A. N, Betitley 3tid 'son, Ray, have returned h6me, after an extended visit with relatives at Louisville and Lebanon Junction. Mrs. R. and little sou returned home Sunday, after a month's stay with Mrs. T. J. Ballard, on Big Hill, Jackson countMadi-soncounty, ks For Infants and Children. f fmlft la' ihcFoodaiuincgula-lin- Th e Kind You Havp,..-'Always Bought ft-- . jecfablc PrcpnraltonforAs; simUatlng m$W , thdStoinachs andBbwels of t Bears the Signature fxfxSr . v Promotes Digest joit.Qhcc' neither OpiumMorphine n'o'r Mineral, Jot "Narcotic. ic:.varMdM-smi'ar:x-fi:.7 " IV n of AlF ft VL fmiJan Scut' yfnueStrtl Jitperminf fiorktttf Soils -- ItxJtnnn -- lit CaboiiakSottit M Hi Is' , In hintnynnCnnsr. yMrs. Woodcock, Mrs. Flagg. Mrs. .McDonald and Mrs. Sailee, mem bers of the W. C. T. U., of Dan- Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea Worms .Convulsions .Fcvcrish-ncs- s ami Loss OF Sleep. Facsimile Signature or Apcrfecl llcmedy forConslipa-Tion- , a u 1B Use For Over ville, are guests at the Riverside Mansion. Mrs. Mary P. King, of Berea, Mrs. J. W. Rider. Mis. J. E. Houk and Mrs. M. J. Miller, J., of Mt. Vernon, were guests of Mrs. Brack Graves, this week. Landlord Farmer, of the Mujlins Hotel, gave the young folks a hop Monday night, which up until 12 o'clock furnished all, who attended, a very enjoyable time. The Eighth District W. C. T. U. is holding its annual convention here this week. Members fiom all parts of the district are here. Mrs. Francis E. Beauchamp, the. State president, and Revs. Palmer and G. W. Young delivered addresses. NEW YORK. HHRIXQyT&uj&GSLflHHHH Thirty Years EXACT COPy OF WRAPPER, THl CCNTAUn COMPANY. IA MtW YOUR CITY. r iiiv.ri-S5s--Sy- ois'IKv ' -- .. . re?.'-.'.- 2 Tarlof Cafe Car ""EnTRoute to Texas. In going to Texas, via : J 1 1 HhMttlSMi Q . . nil i . i u ii .Memphis, you can ride -- '. Wl day in a Cotton Belt j Quo Vadis. m Fought For His Li en. "My father aud sister both died of Consumption," writes J. T. Weatherwax, of Wyandotte, Mich., ' and I was saved '.from the same frightful fate only by Dr. King's New Discovery. An attack of Pneumonia left an obstinate cough and very severe lung trouble, which an excellent doctor could not help, but a few months' use of this wonderful medicine made me as well as e?er and I gained much in weight." Infallible for Coughs, Colds and all Throat and Lung trouble. Trial bottles free. Guarauteed bottles 50c. aud $1.00 At all druggists. o szmm-&m- r t pjily fifty cents extra. 'Tliis car is furnished with ""large "easy chairs, has an observation smoking room, a Cafe, where meals are served on the European plan reasonable prices. Boldcs i Parlor Cife Car, Cotton Dlt carry night end Parlor Cafe Car for MSfiM:' MTNffliMfc"-f " a laaies lounging room ana iW -- CASTOR A dr m - jsmHw I Pullmin Sleepers at trains Free Ctulr Car bcth day end night. Write and tell us where you ue going and when you wll leave, and we will tell you the exact cost of a ticket and send Y7(!hj:'.vm9 comclete schedule for the trip. We will also send. an Interesting little boot", "A Trip to Texas." IX&SJ:8 962S'Wi '. f. ft. WVn. I. P. A, LW.UEULHE. Oadmuti, Ohla. , Ma, O.P.MdI.A, St Louts. &0Z& A Gallon oC PURE LINSEED OIL, inked LIVINGSTON '5-I7- - u, "I recall now with horror," says Mail Carrier Burnett Mann, of Le- vanna, O. , ' 'my three years of suf fering from Kidney trouble. I was hardly ever free from dull aches or acute pains in my back. To stoop or lilt mail sacks made me groan. I felt tired, worn out, about ready tq give up, when I began to use Electric Bitters, but six bottles completely cured me and made me feel like a new man." They're unrivaled to regulate Stomach, Liver, Kidneys and Bowels. Perfect satisfaction guaranteed. Only 50c. At all druggists. Shudders At His Past, with a cnllon of Healthy Mothers makoa 2 callotn of tlio ?w.y?Pirtn,nt .bnl Is ?Vn uonn ucnAnt.s tlm lifiiK wuite Lkad nml i aiisoluti:ly not Poisonous. Hammab Paint la mailoof the utsTOf r.UNT MATiniALS-au- ch in nil cood painter wo. una Is cround TllirK. vwtY No troalile to mlx.nny boycnntlolt. It thick.COMMON bf.nsc la tho or JIo vsx Paint. Ko dsttjsb paint can bo mado ntANrcost, and Is o Jtnmr In UniP. vntr Ucst Paint tho v oulo arnf the care of young children, are severe trials on any woman. But with nine of Cardul within her qrasp, every mother every woman In the land -c- an pay the dbl of personal health ihcgl uwc ner lovea ones, uo vmi want robust health with all lb privileges and iiiuuuncx nine 01 wraui will give it to vou. FW mothers re htaliKu. W.iL'?e ihtlr dutlcj are so exadlntf. The cm.felv of pregnancy, Iht shock ,cf childbirth, ummomem NOT TO OnAOK, llMBTEIt. PfiEL Or WAS V. DLVaiM Alt PAINT CO., St. I,onl, Mo. Sold aud guaranteed by consumption . THED ..WBaBY, strengthens the female organs and Invltf. orates wunenca functions, ror every emaic 111 or weaxness it is tne best medicine made. Ask your druggist for ?i.uu nottir. wine 01 Lardul, and take no substitute under any circumstances. Mn. EInin Crsai, Cormcr, KEch.i "When I commenced iuIhj Wini of Cat Jut 1 was turdly bl to walk acroit tht liute. Two weeks iie r I waUd hall a mJe aod picked ttrawkerriet. When my uthtrcliildwaitiomltuDmd with bhor pains 24 to Nut him on a bottlt because I bourt. ai eonuu. Aiieruameuie wine durifca pretruncy dill time, I (are birth mocih loabjby girl, an j In labor ooly two hourt, wlih but liulo pjia ao4 1 lave plenty of milk. For thii great itnprcre' mtal In my lieal Ji 1 dunk Cod and Wine ol Cardul" For dyice In cases requirinj apedal dirrctiona, adJrass, givioj tymptomj, 'Th Ladie' Adriaory Department, The Chat, tincoja Mcdidce Co., well-poste- ! Joe-Poynte- JM. Yernon, the dreadful ' . ,.se it is thought to bo. Kenfcucky. t.10 beginning. ... c?a always be. stopped i.u beginning. The trouble Kltift. T Wi. ' you don t know vou ve got biliousness is a condition . . t h you con c uoncvc it ; vou by a disturbance of the , 'e:: t ouneyc i till f you are digestive organs. The stomach is J'Cecl ,to. ;rhen it is, danger-- debilitated,' the liver torpid, the by no means, -1 1 . hj wi tt hi sk 1 char-actenVe- . 1 1. I . d Chatlaaoosi, Teaa 1 uowcis you are certain to be much pleased Cures guaranteed. life. with the result, For sale by Theo by all druggists. ir you have not tried It, to ml inr Wesley Druggist. froo Qample. Itsagrujcbio m They appetite doctrine, liver to a healthy also tone up the nica Salve wholly riue'd it in five' action days. For Ulcer., Wounds, Piles, whatever you may think or late the bowels. Try and reguthem and it's the best salve in the world. be told ; and, if heeded, will loathing of food, pain?, in the bowafraid ; but attend '4Don't-b- c els, dizziness, coated tongue and k'j, icquick you can doicyoui- - vomiting, first of the undigested or It Savkd His Leg. 'v,.i itiu tii jtutuv: partly digested food and then of P. A. Danforth, of LaGrange, ' ' J of bile. Chamberlain's Stomach and Ga., suffered for six months with Tak9 Scott'3 Ern'ulsic Cid Liver, Oil, and 'live. nnm. Liver Tablets allay the disturbances a frightful i mining sore' on his of the stomach and create n healthy leg; but writes that Bucklcn'a Arlij.ly every way. "" I constipated. 1 uere is a .This Js sound , sare Only 25c. Sold - l 1 1 . . . . ' Itid.e surprisoyou. SCOTT. & BOV.'Ni:,, CionlBts, 'tin:'.- - 'zhi Pearl Strootr 5Qo. ndSKOOtrtUdriitttii-t.-:. ! -- , ., ; - .- - Old .Newspapers at this office for, iue news, all the time, from a 25 cents per hundred over county and Slate. CTake the Signal and ,'get" V all, ,. ) a'u, J AL,?WtuMtit .JjJf(WiM4mfifaMtiif-&!iin- '. uiiJltiujiijiii . . ( ,h .w--- M... . . .... , vinfr ' TMftyfc.n,t , 7ZKK3ZXXnEQ3BSSBV fr Mary Jane&osc is being tried Eugene Montgomery, Hie negro,, A fcfatf? Georgetown, that she is fhaving,a. for selling liquor unlawfully. who murdered a little clTild for a 1 . . . spienuin trade in millinerv. and 7f Notice All those who hove j $35 insurance, was tried at Dan-- 1 Mt. Vernov. Ky., May 3, ig0i, delighted with A. v JL .JL her new location. cliairs l ville this week and irivcn a death! H i"rm Attnmfv Charley Scolt, son of L. J. Sco:t, L. Brown's office, will please return ' sentence. This wakes two ver . . ...1.. v.iu udt pcen uiicnuuigiiool here itheni just ;as soon as they get diets,, wncre Ui- - mnishment isi a (uirmg uie pasr winter, .returned .llirough Wing them, as he hardly death, that has been iound during ' ,.... J" Si ... . . . . . . '. '" . . In llIC, ttottia HVU, w ... i l.l ..V1,.v lasnevcr lurmsucs cnatrs tor more uie present icrm ot tne lioyie Jir1 week. The execution of than one sitting at Otime. cuit Court. I Louisville & Nashviuc n. n. Co. Mrs. D. N; AVilliams Yill leave . COM In. County Court. Clay and. Quinn und Montgomery will pro' next week for Si Louis, to spend the Tom Gentry, Charley Martin John bably both take place at the same TIME TABLE. summer with her son, who is head Rowsie and Will slewart were each' time. Wednesday, Mav'29thrhas 4 "orln u.05 a in clerk for' Thc.Nclson Morris Pack fined the cost for jumping been set as the day for the execu-tio- u ,. U31 a m ing Co. 26 north tf V of Reuben Quinu. . a on and, offrof "moving triinsv Wak ; Hi i 23 south 1:57 P n" i r Mr. J. A. Chappell, the spleudid ter Owens was fined $25 and' the ,., Wiley Cunnagim, of Jackson J am special detective for the L. & N., cost for. carrying concealed weap- county, came to Mt. Vernon last 35 Ron tli 1:45 Jas. Landkum, Agent. was here Monday looking after ons. Saturday, to see his, brother Wil, . , some of the boys, who have been 4 Dr. Charles P. Harvielle, of St. liam Cunnagim, who is in jail for c. litnUttbc lie, Vcrnn.Kj?, jumping on a'nd'off the trains. killing young Ash. Wiley was Louis, and Miss Isabella Bailey, l mall natter Mesdames Georgia Rice, M. J. daughter of Dr. and Mrs. .Steele loaded with whisky and a deadly MASONIC. Miller, W. J. Rider, J. E( Houk Bailey, 'of Stanford, we're vmarried weapon. When he stepped off the ttsin with a big pistol in his pock tHO AbIiImihI Lodge No. inl:cta Sin Ka) accompanied Mrs. Beauchamp to at the home of the bride Wednesjtr 10 A m. Livingston Tuesday afternoon and day. Dr. Green, of 'Danville,"o'f-ficiate- et,' that' gallant young" deputy attended the W. C. T. U. meeting The bride and groom Jailer. Charley Martin, seized him, CHURCHES. Misses Annie left at noon for St. .Louis, where took his pistol out of his pocket 1st & 3r I Sunda) there that night. Chnitlan Holds r? ' ' ' and landed Kim in jajlj" Saturday a Thompson aud Ida May Adams they will make their "home. t 11a.m. nniliatC:30.'in. and young t,adics andiMisses, OI5D 'Ladies; Middle-age- d afternoon he was given $25 and nV Prciliytcrlan HoMh service on the 2nd and Mrs. W. T. Smith also went A Georgia mob lynched a negro Hats, Babv Laps and many ten days in jail, on the charge of and 4 tli tiunday, morning and (veiling. as delegates. last week because he refused to fyls Daptiat Church Servlcen on the Second FJdcr Andrew Meldrum preach- pay liis debts. If this practice carrying a pistol, and$ I and the . . aud Sunday. Buuday Saturday iilfilit cost for being drunlr. In default liVtvKY one snoulci nave a new hat ior EASTER SUNDAY- ed at McCreary Sunday with the should become general, the forestry School at 9 a in every Sunday. Prayer - LOOK well for your husband LOOK prettv for your, back" "to probability of accepting a call from laws of the counHy Would be in of payment he was sent meeting on TucMdny tiinhts. I ' '" SO DECORATE your head with a . best beaux ' ' that congregation. He is a bright need of immediate r&ision. There jail. Beautiful and Becoming Hat. young minister' a native born would' not be enough trees to acWhat, Is THE LADIES from all sections of Rockcastle aie most cordinlly, Scotchman, just having returned comodate the delinquent subscribto come and inspect these beautiful novelties, whether' " k if last fall from a visit to his folks in ers 10., country newspapers. you buy or not. Every mother should have sufficient pride in The K L. Tliompsoins in Louisville ATJjpUMMINS A NEW STORE the old jcountry. Lancaster Coh Pdwler. ' her daughter, to buy her a nice Spring Hat, that is most durable "s to ,. STANDiA and serviceable. Interior Journal. "itfk Iacadamtzi:. We want to hear J. J. To'wcry is in :Ahville, "Mr. 'and Mrs. IJlza Woodall rei . ' of ourenterprisihg merchants and Frank Jones' & this week. turned to their home, at New business men urging the improve" Cheap Store. Little Joe Davis was taken' sick Everything new for the head, IT will pay you to travel many Mich., after a pleasant stay ment 01 me roac Arbuckle Coffee, lroru juain st. 12'c miles tc get a hat that is becoming (hair pins, side combs, back" combs, Wednesday. of two weeks with friends and re to the forks of the road at Mr. Best Green Coffee, i2jc and in style. Every old lady and pompadour combs. Dr. Cooper was up from Living- latives m this county. Mr. Woodall White's. It can be done, aud it .' 3 should have a new spring bonnet, Fine Vienna Coffee, 15c Linings, stays, brush binding, ston Wednesday. was married about three weeks ago, ought to be done. Let the good and evey middle-age- d and young hooks and eves, braids etc. for Lion Coffee, 12 C. C. Williams was iti Cincin and his trip to Kentucky, woman hat was his citizens go to work and see if Granulated Sugar, 6jc marriedranging a nice spring from1 jdresses. nati and Georgetown this week. Prices all the way bridal tour. In addition to a good enoligh; money can't be raised by Light Brown Sugar, Celebrated Straight front Corset, 25c. to $6.00 and $10 op. Mrs. R. B. Mullins, although salary, w"bich he gets as operator, private 'subscriptioii" to .macadamBest Dry Salt Meat, Nice Ladies Vests. 10c slightly improved, is still very sick. he also makes big money dealing ize Nice, pure Leaf Lard, Chiffons, Liberty Silks, Ribbons 10c it well. Judge J. W. Alcorn passed in bees. Mr. Woodall is a mighty Beautiful silks, all shades, 50c.11 aud flowers iu all the new shades. Best Meal, in market, 60c The home, of John Turner, of to $1 per yard. through Monday afternoon to Lon- nice fellow, and heic is wishing him Best Patent Flour 65c Middlesborough, s completely don. and his, the very best of this Second best patent flour, 60c Ribbons iu all colors and styles. cat demolished, by aD it twenty men Kditor Walton passed through world's goods and pleasures. Best shipstuff $1 for 100 lbs. Narrow black velvet ribbons and EMBROIDERY" Yj4c! to '20c. Wednesday night using hatchets . gc California Hams, perslb black luce, the newest aud latest Friday alternoon, en route to Lonper yard. j&r ".wpf implements " and different kit: 8 V? to 10c styles for trimming all thin dresses, Canned Goods, 5r?" don. Fine Laces 2j4c. to 30c. per yd. LOCALS. . to destroy the prop rty. Turner Uneeda Biscuit, fresh per,. . ,. , a James I. .White and(son Hobert ' i 56'i box, SfflL was once a fuedist has quite a ' Ectti-coat- s ' to $1.50. were in Lancaster the , first of the 75c. 2 lbs soda for For furniture go to number of enemies and this was 5c Elegant Gloves, 35c; t6$r per? See bur lladies shirts. week. Men's Hats 75c. up, pair- S. .W. Davis, near R. R. i && : the means selected to get even with e Ladies $2.50 shoe, now $2.00 We are glad to report Judge Fine folding beds can be found him. He and bis family escaped Gents $2.50 shoe, now $2.00 veryTrmic.il improved, this warv yon t Ties 2lc. to at S. W. Davis' near R. R. before the men arrived, having Men's and Ladies soli'd shoes $1.25 ' Belts, 35c. The very' latest fad.i (troni- - n t,tfliifinr 50CV friifin T icIa' Jti ' week. Clothing, men's' suits from V Don't miss priceing S. W. Davis' heard before hand that they would hose, in black or white, give me a II. Blazerwas in town Monday m $3.00 up. be there. call. elseEmbroidery SilksX4Sc. ..per ,doz. advocating his cause, for the county furuiture before purchasing Al! grades calicoes this .week AND Don't forget, everything in skeins. where. U. Reorganized. A W. C. T. clerkship. INDIA LINEN for waists, extra stock, is sty)ish, fashionable and, Miss Polly Mullins. charged with fairly good crowd was present at Ribbons, Laces, Ladies Hose, Attorney T. W. Brown' wcut to quality. cheap. Sunday night to take in concealing stolen property, was the Christian church Monday night Men's Hose, all as cheap as the Louisville tried Saturdayand acquitted. to hear Mrs. Bcauchamps lecture. cheapest. Goods delivered in any the Derby. ' g After the lecture, the members pro- part of town at your door. ' B. F. Fuqua yent to Lawrence-burS. W. Davis has returned from Saturday is my bargain day" at yesterday, to be gone about the City, with a full line of fine ceeded at once to organize and The following Cummins stand, Livingstou, Ky. OLD BRICK HOTEL, Oppesite Courthouse, Call and get lowest elect new officers. one week. furniture. ' MT. VERNON, ,KY. , were elected: Miss Susie Thomp Livingston prices. if. J. C. Rhiueheart, the butcher, was here Monday lookThe hotel, of Judge son, Pres.; Mrs. W. T. Smith, Burnhd. Miss Ida May Adams, ing for some fat cattle. Shelton, of Rowland, burned TuesL. C Bell is on the sick .list. A. G. Iovell, Dr. John M. Williams saw the day at 6'40 a. m. Covered by a Secretary and Mrs. Thomas Hall has returned , from be held Treasurer. A meeting-wilDrby run Monday and was regis- small insurance. Berea college. tomorrow at 3, p. ui"., at Mrs. G. tered al the Gait Ilouse. Marshal W. T. Short arrested at W. Gentry's. Joe Hensley has been quiet sick Mr. and Mrs. Theo Wesley and East Bemstadt Saturday night the past week. returned another shiner, in the person of To the Overseer's op Rocklittle daughter Aguis Several of Joe Robinson's lamily' & castle County: Wednesday from Stanford. Harve Cornet, colored. has had measles. .Each overseer must work his S. N. Davis, our splendid young The entertainment, which the hands days (hiring jtbe month of VB. Langford 3 was here on. y 'L" 1 county this members of the Brodhead Christian May, aud days during the mouths . D. surveyor, is in Jackson PREPARE TEACHERS forthc'exainination. or 'for anyone 3 ' ' business, this1 week. week making some surveys. ' church intended to give at that of August or 'September, or more desiring to review the Common School branches. . J fJ J If any hand Fishiog is progressing nicely, and A. Pennington, who has been place two weeks ago, will take if the roads need it. -' and tomorrow night. fails to work, report him either to everybody takes a hand. ( clerking for U. G. Baker for some place HAS been engaged the County Judge or Magistrates. Mrs. Rulet Bell is very pick. Kwcrf5, AND WORKS time, makes a splendid clerk, STOPS THK COUGH in this line of woik The roads must be worked better Her recovery is doubted. , LivingsOl'P Til? COM. by putting on more rock and knapMrs. Ashley Owens, of and is especially prepared for it. Tablets ping them up finer. Uncle Jas. Dolan, of Pine Hill, Laxative The. roads ton, came Sunday to be with her in one day. No cure must have the shape to drain all was in.our midst Sunday. cure a cold daughter, Mrs. R. B. Mullins. cents. surplus water to the ditches and James Penuincton was downl Mrs. W.,F. Champ returned to no pay. Price 25 more gravel must be put on them. from Mt. Vernon Sunday. ' her home in Paint Lick Weduesday, TO CURR A COLD IN ONE DAY. Win. Coffee, of Langford, will her father being much improved. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine In other words rock .and gravel days Tablets All druggists refund the your roads and turn the water out shortly move to Breathitt county. James'Maret spent several in Lancaster this week, in the in- money if it failss to cure, E. W of'them. Let every overseer take J. Ii. Ball has moved into the , T7PvD terest of the telephone Association. 'Grove's signature is. on each box. an interest in his road section, property vacate'd by Toti'Airder mhMmrm.Himt'iawtdt jft, work his hands as the law directs son. Miss Kitty Poynter went to want 8 or 10 good aud let us Jiuild up, the roads 4Monday to spend a( few Wantmd.-1-"- I The whistle of the plowman, and We v Will pay throughout the, county. dayswith lier aunt, Mr 3.Stie Mul- men to niake cross-ties- .' . the cluck of the planters are heard, travel over the .Various tedious , lins.. W K- - l cts. each for making and emin the field. i2li It aiid inspect th'eui and should we Mrflniul Mrs, II. R. Fish and ployment will last nil Summer., 4 Juo. Helton is again working 'find them not in proper condition, ' daughter Margaret, returned MonJ. W. MaruIr 7 the overseer will be sent back. with the bridge carpenters on the A "Sprained Ankle Quickly v For a stiff ncek there is nothing ITTg lit frotji Edgefield Junction," day Mt. VernonKy. May 2 tf. ' Under the new. law the road age is Kentucky Central. ' Cured. renn- better than a free application of j s i Mrs. Flora Laswell fell from the from 18 to 50, and should any fail EXECTUORS NOTICE. 'At one time I suffered .Iroili it Chamberlain's Dr. and Mrs. M. L. Myers5 left It? Balm, Paiu to work, the person failing to work styles at home and sustained" a severe spraiti of the ankle," says Saturday night for n'three week's visGeo. E. Cary, editor of the Guide, quickly relieve the tiffiuess ail,d will be fined painful injury, of the arm. All peisons indebted to the es- 8 hours a day, it to friends and relatives at usiug soreness, effeqtmg a complete cure. W. D. Laswell has returned Washington, Va. "After ,t tate of J. K. McClary," deceased, $2.50 and sent to jail. Eight hours several well recommended medi- For salt by Theo Wesley Druggist. i , requested to call on the under-Signe- d hard labor is the required time each from Louisville, where he has beeu WmShort, L. W.' Betliunim, are cines without success, I tried and settle the same. While hand shall put.in during the day. attendiug medical college. JudgcnVilliams aud II.' 'L. Tate' Chamberlain's Paiu Balm, aud am Old Soldier's Experience. ... An ..n iimcIi tn niiir. nnv one to W. H. CARMICAL, Geo. A.' Proctor, our popular r ; KM went'to Dick Johnson's Wednesday "B uu "" " pleased to say that relief came us M. M. Austin, a civil war veterJAMES W. MOORE, . cost, however, we must settle tne candidate. for assessor, has out a to tike depositions. B. F.. ADAMS. soon as I began its use aud a cotu- - an, of Winchester, Ind., write.: estate, aud suit,wiU circular informing the dear people Col. JamesfT. Adams has been business of the J. J. QWENS,' .nlete cure speedily followed. This "My wife was sick a longtime iu '" brought for that purpose 'onfall; iv he is in the race. GEO. C. FISH," in Garrard' county ior the past be, remedy has also been used in my spite of good doctor's treatment, with out' T, C. JOHNSON. week, looking after some important debts that are not settled Try the'uew remedy for costive- fain ily for frost bitten feet with tliebut was wholly cured by Dr. King' delay: bufinefs matters the're".' ness, Chamb6rlain's Stomach aud best results. I cheerfully, recom- New Life Pills, which worked SUV. Brown . V'Fxec her MIsj Ella Joplin is .visiting Liver Tablets; Every box guar- - mend its use to all who may need a wonders for her health." TheyW. F. McClary istt." Mrs. W. T. Brooksal Parib. h i V.ery?i sfpuature la on every box of tbo ccnuJni anteed. 'Price, 25 cents. s For sale liniment," hold by J neo always do. Try them. Only 25c. i 18 iyou Sbl jTtr. xaucta by Laxative Bromo-Qtiinin- c ' Spillmau, of Nidi(ola; Mr.Chas. Wesley Druggist. "At all dmggiiif Theo Wesley Druggist. , tho rtTiiiadv thftl crii n cold in ono Cay , villa j also visitinft1 'Mrs, Brooks: AVT.W9& to-da- Mt Vernon Signal liH C'eoBronvjitesfrom1' y 3 -- ernI hori-nwpc- ...!.... a I -- -- -tjuuw-iimiu- 1 i.l " t - II . STOCK IS ATTRACTIVE, t - ' PLETE, Beautiful and ' $5-an- Pit-I5- c of oo-c- PATTERN HATS. rwiKvi a and see the New opring otyjes 4 All Nobby and Artistic. d. ncn-Jce- from the Cities with a new and beautiful line .of NOVELTIES, Just Attractive . IS . . 4P - .' , Personals. Upow?; s to-da- y. K, Rich-nion- d, HATS. HEAD. 6c SILKS, Laces Ribbons NICE .1 v v , 1 .' Gloves ! up-to-da- , , Mo-Clur- . Belts r"7'' Gents Ties -- to m " MRS. SftLLie WILLIftMS, ORLANDO Vice-Pres- .; SPECIAL l ' NORMAL! 1 At Mt Vernon, Kentucky TO Prof, - to-nig- ht Tc Principal 5 v Bromo-Quinin- e TERM BEGINS APRIL 29TH. A. Bryant fr Liv-inRsl- on Fresh Groceries of all Kinds:, Near Depot.,; r g " -- u Glen-coo.K- v. ' ' . ,j - & yrwT00 - ICypr, 1 first-clas- - 'Au''( vti ,MtW.U, - . t' Jte if wflT-- I90I kist V. r HOUK tv.eceisy'ed; a Qofbcis ;& ADAMS wirfririTrrrilii)iir 1 5 mUimIm HgS&'l i llUililrit nAfiv - START INTO THE20TH CENTURY WITH ai Big List of Unheard' of BARGAINS,' Z1' 1, - ; .?.: 1'1WI 'iii--i .MiN - . . ' ...,.' "5, - JH ull JUine of . OWflg G00"- ve-are-- -v 4 :jrt .i' Hi II, 3'- ,"P'H ,n ' : Pr, ..- , . -- 1y4$ I .'j .'TZEM).CareMly Every Line of This Actually Selling: Ad. and Come and be Convinced that . Cheaper Than Ever Known inMT.: VERNON; . 11H .a ;.(- - ,,,. HOM& MARKETS. ' , SL Corrected each week by Houk Adaliis, Mt. Vernon, Ky, I mi Boots and Shoes, cfrrhflMtuts ilH OLOTHINGGeats:''Fitruisiimgs. M II II JIM TT Arbiickle's Coffee Lion Cdffee '(jreenCoffeeioi2dc-i4C-i5C'i6s- c 03 I .V per barrel 4.50 " Belle of Lincoln per b'rl 4.00 Daisy flour per barrel $4.10 'Labelle flour 4.50 mo n .Bacon, per id Dan'l Boone Soap; 3 cakes 5c 3b Flour, No. 1, H, ' Vjtt Clnv llnnr -- . noLriL' Rice, No. i,)erlb 1; 6jjC Granulated Sugar per lb vv; Hxtra Light Brown Sugar lb Sprup. Caramel, gal. bucket 35c ShipstufT, per hundred, 1.10 ggSSSs!&&&& Calico, alt the best brands 5c ft Calico; all cheap grr'les 5c & under sMef' 0j SjSc g Wn Can goods .a.fnOCfc1 Clothing, suits, 75c to $15.00 H NtROM OCEAN iocts in Lard lie. iu small lots: 50 lb lots or more. $c. Northern seed oats per bu. k TfP.TCP wmffaAf. iW mrl 7c 6e inn A?' i'jttaiv f "l ,Mft o (73 SUA S $ t'J&tP C3 Pi S.!i7H0"";"", Coal oil . Feathers per lb 10 40 15c 8 w JS dootort bill. Houk & Adams Tl.. bit av O P hummer Clothing. Dress Suits guaranteed to tit and prices that cannot fail to NICE Clothing and furnishings there is no end and invite all to com ot please. ' and loolc, and obtain bargains. Clothed in Style, at the prices Houk & Adams e I fm M H XmS selling clothing, men's fine shirts, collars and ties. ' bL "x LOOKING- for a place to obtain bargains in Clothing of any mm kind, such as fine suits, medium suits. Suits to suit any one in style and finish and price. Boys .suits of all ages. Step in at Houk & Adams' and be suited. clothing is not all. Wc keep a general line of everything kept SHOES for the farmer, everything in our store is a general store, mechanic, laborer, banker, S bargain. Will tind it to their advantage to trade W Mm iwl fli. iliwlo nf. nil emfci nf mm 1 m CT .' , withus, as Ave keep every thing a farmer IV! I prices, to suit all yi lit, style H may nceof at prices that make competition blush. Saturday special )ar. ami price. & gains for our customers. st., ' Houk& ear Patches, when you can get Clothing, of all grades so cheap. We nre the leaders in Nice fSpring aad t. J Q - R II THE Remember iTll EariJ Adams, Main Phone No. 5,- -2. R G. W. Mcci.urk. aw, J. W. Brown. COURT CALENDAR. V COFFEE A LUXURY WITHIN THE REACH OP ALL! The consumption of Quarterly Court.-da- y Fiist Mon-Jul- y Mr. Vernok, Ky. and in January, April, All business entrusted to our care October. A full and complete stock. attention. will receive prompt Office room No. 8 in, the old Brick Attorney McCLURE & BROWN County Court. uay in eacu raoruu. Fourth Mon rllOlltUre StlU Undertaking. All Hotel. C. C. Attorncy-at-Law, SS-OFFI- Wil liams, mt vertNON, ICY of - Circuit Court. Secoud Mon Metis: day in February, Fourth Monday orders filled promptly. iu May and Third Monday in Sep Best goods aud lowest prices, tember. Mt Vernon Police Court; Third Monday in each month. j. A. Mullitia & (Succesira t BlunkuaBkip tz Son. Vulliii,) LION COFFEE has increased immensely, and this coft'ee 'is now used in millions of .homes. The grocers all over the country keep us busy delivering LION COFFEE to them. On zed. iloor The Bank of Mt. Vernon, on Church street. Special attention given to collections. Livingston, - Kentucky. R.A. JONES DENTIST, STANFORD, KY. The Veranda Hotel. ' JOSEPH COFFEY, PROPR., R. L. BROWN - ATTORNEY-AT-LA- You will find no stale LION GOFFEE on his shelves it sells too fast to grow stale. Why? Because it is an absolutely pure coffee. 0ar,r" Strength, Purity Please bear in mind that and Flavor; t Up stairs iu old Office over Higgins & McKenney's brick hotel opposite Court house. Specially equipped for traveltojj Store. Special attention given to colmeu, Sample room an first floor. lections. A. Pennington,, I). D. S.; M. D P. Bath rooms free to guests. Raths. $2.o per day. DENTST, Mt. Vernon, JBrOFFICE Kentucky Phono No. 48. Stanford Ky., . PLLINS HOTEL- - irtirnlaliod witlt ICvery Ccmven. lence und Comfort. is not a glazed article; it is not coated with egg mixtures or chemicals in order to give it, a better appearance. Wc do not heed to resort to such measures we have no imperfections to hide! -- N W Cor. Third and Chestnut Sts. LOUISVILLE, KY. Will be at Miller House, Mt ernon during all Circuit Courts. M. L- - John Farmer, Prop. Livingston, Ky. MY Sample rooms lor Commercial men. Watch our next advertisement. ' ( - owder & Francco MONUMENTAL WORKS, SECRET SERVICE. CASES accepted anywhere. Only legitimate work taken. Mt. VkrKon, Ky. OFFICE At the Rice property. Phonic No. 3S. DENTIST, E R-S- , R, G. MT. ' yilliams, KY. ' In every package of LION COFFEE you will find a fully illustrated and descripive. list. 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, comfort and convenience, and which they may have by simply cutting out a certain number of Lion Heads from ho wrappers qf our one pound sealed packages (which is the only form in which this excellent c'oft'ce.Js sold). : WOOLSON SHCfi CO., TOLEDO, OHIO. Brodlicad, Ky; Granite and Marble Monuments Guarantees absolute fidelity Collections, naacle, to client. and Tombstones. " FIRST-CLAS-S- criminal ALL VORK apprehended, shad- ATISFACTION' GIVEN- .done, .Reasonable S, Attorney-at-Leivs- .'' VERNON. owing Lanfl, Stock, Drop r r' l'ea culture has probably trebled in Barren county iu the past two years Our farmer friend of The 'rimes claims to have cleared from J?2S to $30 per acre from his pea crop last year, and with peas at 52 per bushel aud threshed pe.i hay from $i) to $12 per ton, the claim is not unreasonable. With the tremendous demand for peas both s a hay and for food purposes, there is little danger of an overstocked This mnunificent Nttlllon will inike the seamarket for manvseauons to come. on of 1P01, t my stable in DHODHEAD, . J. H. Dickerson & Sou have -- GlRSgow Times. uro.. ui wme KY,'for the jirlcc of bought of'Reb. Goddard ami Wni ot 10 TO INSURK A GIVING COLT, J, II. Baugluuan & Co., A remarkable pheuotucnou is re i Mfirimoti cheir hemp crops i,r, price ' is " ported froib the" ueighborhocd of j UW nt U 5P Per 1 10 ltis- u iUl lll4! bought of Dr. H. Heid, 960 bushels money dne when coll i 'fwnled or mnre ". ported with. i'vv '"'.-- j .l0twheatat70cts.net. This wheat 'stONo res'noiiAlbilitv 'for Leith-'- s but Store And-rso- n counv ase to J and meadows aud at H. R. Watts, auctioneer, reports the roots of the grass This is not the sale of Mrs. Cora Wilson, ad- ' so unusual, but it is said that there iinmisirator. near tue jijuiuu ui ENGLISH HUNTER, Four Mile on the 27th os lollows: are growing from the backs ol 2 lbs., Combined bay ititlHon, 10 linml lilijli. both steers, wt. ubout 650 these worms sprouts as if Jrom at 33.50 per head; steer calves, hind anklet white. PKDIGRKK.-Sir- t-d by Abilllnh Sleweif some kind of seed These sprouts $20 2V wer head: common milch duin thp Win. Luak saddlu mure by i have grown the length of six inch cows, $20 to $27 per head; 1 brood Xur, 1st. Pary 'Crocket, mm ai Detmty'm Dronnon, he of that fow ,(' 35J mi nogs mm Miuic.t by Imported Dreminn. es or more, and the people DAM by 05 per hundred; Uichlauder. j vicinity arc expecting thai thev nd(le mare. Soo. ADDAMjAH UKSSI'.XlHIit. irr of Kn- will grow into trees or slmil. n ,,f back water small xlinhJluiiler, hby MrssetiRfr Ohlei', she of bloom; and bear fruit before tlu-- crowrt j ottendaacq Winchester Maud MfSseimtT ' lti,'.,. easou is over. This peculiar) nPntirrnt KNOMSH HU.Vl'V:n,ha!t proven to be the exumined tnicri.scpi, growth brut lire of L:ue ie ami hih styled, com. j Swope bought some ao blned horir In the country, The people of rally by Prof?T. J. Leathers, ol p frpw Geo. Woods at $535 ll.i.lb..ll.i.ntlnl , liaVia'aiiitinnnii yv 1woMllli. . School, and he pro- the Klondike mi :canijv cum ..Mfo i. viniiiiq ificvu iv ; J- H. Ward oncvuf the Unfit comulneU'.horseH on cartlr, uounoesit a fungus of some kind. !la,ubs throw bought 100 barrels of corn ol Wni. uud bi reputution is nlreudy Anderson News. in p:ihtures J The Fine Combined Horse terms. Address, ' Detective" (Care this Paper.) Miller House, HUGH MILLER, Parx. traiMS.nNl ttt&wti$ TO Headquarters for Commercial Met, JBiTPorter at all rSMBftftf PfflANat f IS-S- . $f.& ... Hotel Frith F. FRANCISCO, Propr. Located at the Depotj2S?s J -- ! ! J'f Bodhead, m KY I .,,. - I j ; Good $&mw Livery Attached J & Inv Meet all Trains, Day and Night Traveling Men and Railroad men Solicited. V.ill for all trains'. fu'r-ltinch- es - Juar' x 'h' ;.. . " 0M OCEAN TO aw Miff! mm aHduecniition wHU.iVmed. 111 ' .v ... u ...;...: nr .,.,1, .,.,', .'z... I't tuv (Jiunii'i; v VJU .itll..-tui; : hupcJre'ds'Harrodsburjj-Democr.it,'Tlicy are fouud by the dlfc irn iiwu.w.o ai,b .,.i.ru "'" i.i-- i 7f, :tr,. G.arnrd about u.ooo bushels at fniiiford Democrat - ittrfll Xr' AfOITlC Mt. Vemon. Ry 'i!rti)nr..vn,-i:y- . .! Insurance of all 11drAd9S&',V?!!? "",uu m' r mum. , ir ' -,