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" , Mews IJLepis. 1 hole possum that I kin beat him voter anu snouio. oemiy Ca'rclul ttetf-We solicit accounts of firms and individuals. or doin ov enny other ole they cast their vote for any 'nivt, fire. t tion is given collections entrusted to us. h I'll be for office, thoroughly satisfy their Lack of rain is causing great thing in literary business. Our frieuds and patrons ar invited to call when iu tovu.t damage id, the. cotton crop in they in town nextrnuay and Saturday, own mind,,rthat they are electing an ef he wants a little help I'll jest men to office that will look af'er , South. v him thru and show him what the interest of the county and its Jj. THO CHI'I'Y Harvey B. Young, the famous pull .!eiii"s of The above is a at'" Colorado I kin do iu a t'te squeeze fur the people. With due respect to the landscape artis;, died boys in the trenches (1 e) in the candidates alre'ady announced, and Mr. J Thos. Cherry, on- - ol Ur..1. 4 Springs.- fw' ifd to them that&tnay become candi head's suds. mti plendid inV ' beA South . Carolina wpman Elisha Mullins, of the -- Big Hill dates later, I desire to say to theiu, hiiitling business nu-ii-. Capital Stock, 5100,000. Surplus. at the age of country, was among us on a two$180,49.76 comes a grahd-'niotlithat I am their friend,- - because all " J. twenty sis. "t fold mission last week visiting his of them, or the majority of theln ; George Gould made arrange- relatives and friends in a social at least, have supported me by Unci Jim Cummins- is vers low J W. Haydon, W. J. Walton, J. H. Collier, M. D?iBlirio?o ments for the purchase of 25,000 way, and incidentally informing their votes when I needed their to live but . very 0. Ried, T. J Hill, S. II. Baiighman, W. Av Tribbl'o,' ' tons of tails. everybody that he is a' candidate support and for which I shall always and not expected " short time.. L J. stiller Jtncl S. T. Harris. The reorganized army is com- for jailer' subject to the voters of feel grateful. But as the interest of - filk.v his Rec. H;T. Williamposed of 77287 men of the line and the county at November election. the 12,000 twelve thousand men, We solicit the accounts of the citizens of Rockcastle and'Vadjdiriiug Urt'-Scj-sit appointment " While Elisha has always affiliated women and children of this county astaffof2',7j83. to all busi. counties assuring them' prompt and careful attention ness intrusted to us. Personal application and correspondgovernments have been with the Democratic party, yetrhe is so much greater than any one, churcn SnturddV iitiitMnnl iv Municipal ence, with a view to business relations, invited.' Mrs. Mc Perron an tr nt s.iti, established throughout the pro- was never an extremist and will or even two or three men, that I much help from Jiis 'tlifnk their interest should be look-e- d Robert, and John and Mill Cum- J S. HOCKER, Pres., therelore'draw vince Sf'Bataauv .JNO. J. McROBERTSCashier.,., ' -- . after a little as well as the in- mins, of Mt. Ver'MMi, aiKiitled . A. A. Harlan; pt acquaintances, frieuds and relatives Ass't Cashier. Attorney .0ericral Republican rauks. terest of a .few men, like myself church here Sundav last. Porto Rico, decided that" cock in the As to me i hav made my "callin and others who have held office? iu ' J. U. Wallen say.s. he is h iviug . f ft fightiug Is illegal. 3T and election shure," ef i kin git a the county, from two o ten years, splendid .success .selling tobacco for TayThe striuiug miners of the sustificate and i kin do that with and to whom the people become R. S. Martin, taking more orders, lor Coal Company, in Ohio county, jist a leetle grain ov help. very, very dear, every four year,sj tilan over before bine- hu has been returned to work. Our'coru, wheat, oaTs, grassVaud iNow being soraewnat tamuiar witu on the road Gen DeWct has resumed opera- uubroke corn ground need ramthe affairs, its financial condition, ' ' ' Rev. William Williams will ' .'t-i-t tion and stiiS. to have crossed the Not over 50 per cent ,of us are jts roads, &c, 'and having a great preach at Freedom cliurch next x ""t ' w" Transvaal with 2,00b men. done plauting yet. ." county come to Saturday and Sunday, ,and the dsbiretosee our Plenty of peaches for, a. full crop the front with its churches and A riot followed au attempt of fourth Saturday and .Sunday Rev t. scabs to run the cars on the electric loft and they are now comparative- schools and to see the roads im- lames Cummins will preach at the Albany.. berries witt'uVfound proved, so that the people of this ly safe. Illaclc street5 railway system at r- samfi place. by the barrel; andMn 2 weeks we'll jcounty, aud especially the women, .. The small potteries of Ohio arc steppiug stoue that and children can have the priviIE iormingn combination for material reach the first o leads through the whole v,Jruif lege of eujoyitig some of tile bene. protection against the larger conthen come fits to be derived from good schools, crop strawberries. J. Br.iniianian was cjmvn fi.oni J. Kept it Stock. Orders by Mail, 'Telegraph or Telephone cerns. gooseberries and right oil their good roads, &c, having these ideas Berea, firbtof week. Promptly filled. The Moliutplow factory has given heels, come the currants and 'the in view, I have decided to devote a L. C. Smith "and wife are up option tothe New York capitalists, dewberries, then the blacuberryj part of my time in helping to elect from Livingston, this week. who arc very anxiods to start a aud even some forward kinds of men to office who are in favor of Most all the farmer:, of this vi,1 plow trust. apples, then gardenass and lots of progress iu every sense of the word. cinity are done planting corn. GO TO- A London dispatch' says disquiet- other new and good things in their Men who are not afraid to advocate Mrs. A. B. BrannauiMi is very ing rumors are prevalent in that turn, but all iu regular rotation, tire right on the stump (or off of expected to live long. city with regard to the health of J. and when these things have all it.) Lam not a candidate for any lownot Bro Ballew preaches here SaturPierpont Morgan. served their usefulness and the office, feeling'that the people of day aud Sunday, everybody come KY. James Frederick Goddard, for- cold frosts of October have laid this county have already done and hear him. aud General vegetation in the grave, in come more lor me iu the way of officel merly The bride and groom have re- for Everything in Manager of the Santa Ee railroad, the persimmon, the pumpkin aud than I deserved, and more than I turned from their bridal tour T"enn. Dry , Goods, Clothing, Boots " and Shoes, nnu General $" the possum these three, but the can ever repay. died in Brooklyn. Now if the, through Mrs. W. H. Bower and daughter of this coun Merchandise The President pardoned Louis greatest of these, is the possum. voters and I a wonderfully delightful ty will study well, our financial have returned from an extended What Gallot, convicted df misapplication Falmouth. trip to BEST GOODS AT LOWEST PCES of funds of the Union Natioual world thfs is for us poor sinners to condition, the need of good .roads A. great many Masons, nnd a few live jii, and how good Omnipotence and will vote for men who are iu Bank of New Orleans. went to ttie mneraior w.u. notwithstanding 'our re- favor of carrying out the purpose others, Tuesday morning. 'v Mullins, The Court of Appeals took under is to us V Hi dispositions wish I could for which they are elected, I think Miss Lavia Fish, who is attendsubmission a motion to advance bellious years right here we will have no troublo in build- ing College at Berea, .spent Saturcoutest over .live the in Possom Holler. ing up our county to the standard day and. Sunday with parents. the Attorney Generalship. We are 'very .sorry that our letter, Mr. editor, as you are presumed she isiso justly entitled to. A' Authentic information concernand FUNERAL DIRECTOR. that was "delayed," was published ' to kuow everything, whether you Respectfully,, ing the wreck of Paducah indicates Mt. Vernon, Ky. last week, hope they wont publish i door not, I'll ask you iT I.ether Jas. I. Wiutk. any more delayed letters. that fifteen persous lost their lives Sy Nouy-mou- s Hed and Sap Head are six whites' and nine blacks. ' TryN the new remedy (for costive-nesThe Indiaua Supreme Court Chamberlain's 'Stomach and If the examination adjourns in granted a stay of execution to Jos. time Saturday, I'll open my can- - Liver Tablets. Every box guarD. Keith, convicted of the murder vass fur votes at 4 p. m., m a puo- - anteed. Price, 25 cents. 'Forvsale tVv mwx ' of Nora Kiefer in Warrick county. lie speech. by Theo Wesley Druggist. it'i Postmaster General Charles EmNow Leather Pate, come and hear Kejjps Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Linen Busoins, Cuffs and Collars ory Smith gave up the lease on hit me aiid I'll Drove to you Bryant A Very Rbmarxatilb Remedy. furnish Metallic Caskets and have Embalming done on short no- If you have neuralgia, Scott's a "It js with a good deal of pleasWashington home and it is report- controvkrcv, that I can spell, tice and easy terms. of Cod Liver Oil recomEmulsion ed he will soon resign from the speak or do most any other' old ure aud satisfaction that I and mend Chamberlain's Colic, .Cholera will feed the nerve that is cry Orders Dy tejegraph or telephone promptly attended to day and' night Cabinet. thing, as well as my opponents, says Remedy," Machinists employed at the shops I'll also prove to you that I am the and Diarrhoea ing for food it is hungry Druggist A. W. Sawtelle. of Hart-fot-y Lackawanna railroad at man to vote for, regardless of pol-lof the and set your whole Uody going Conn. "A lady customer, an thing else, instead on a strike aud all Tix or Kingston, went in to satisfy nerve seeing the remedy expoed for sale again, the machine shops on that road ov vptin fur them. 'in id brain from your usual food. Our'Nornial" will close Thurs- on my show case, said to me: 'I aic now idle. , Thai is cure. in really.believe that medicine saved Of. the ten largest cities in the day and we'll visit your town It you are nervous and the, past summer while at my life world, the United States has three full force Friday aud we want you may only need mpre the shore, and she became so enwe can get them. if New York, Chicago of them, fat to cushion your nervefc thusiastic over its merits that I at Very Truly, and Philadelphia, v while once made up my mind to recom- vou are jjrobably thin anJ Buck Varnon. countrv has but one. Emu-sioof Cod Liver mend it in the future. Recently a 'Scott's bewood, confidential Experience. E L. diet Old Sor.uiivR's gentleman came into my store so Oil will give you the fat, to of Brown Bros , DRUGS. clerk In Jhe employ M. M. Austip , a civil war veter- overcome with colic pains that he gin with. bankers in New York, v'ab ai rested an, of Winchester, Iudv write.": sank at once to the floor. I gave Cure, so far as It goes. on the charge of .being over $12,000 "My wfife was sicki Jong time in him a dose of this remedy which Full cure js getting the fat,, short in his accounts. spite, of gcod doctor's treatment, helped Tiim. I repeated the dose vou 'need from usual food, and iVovcnmicnt circles at Berlin but was wholly cured by Dr, King's and 'in fifteen minutes he left my 'Scott's Emulsion will help you Cigars'," Oils; tuituMi dcuial that uuy u'egotia New 'Life Pills, which "worked .store' .smilingly informing me that to that. free ' jf you have not tried it, send, foryou. sample. They.l ' will surprise tioiit. sue going on between Austria wonders for. her health." he fqlt as well as ever." bold by Jts agreeable tasteBOWNE, CheiuUt9, SCOTT S. New YotV. and Germany 'for, a Eqroptan always Uo Try them. . Only.asc The0 Wssley.DrugRist: Tcarl Street. 'Hrt PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED- I oc. und p co: alt tlru23'H. . ' druggists. league against trnfUnited Slates. tax-payer Six cou'victs tunneled their wny out of prihOi.flt Coalburg, Ala. The State v Convention of Red Men met a,t Danville, this week. The Spanish Cabinet decided to end the state of siege at Barcelona. and paint1-erUnion on a strike. at Owensboro werft Property, valued at $30,000, was destroyed at Mayfield Monday, by paper-hangers s O Voters and Tnx paers oI'Moik-castl- e r am at home to Mh. Editor County: day, under my own grape-vinand j As this year, at the.Novemb r shooger tree, postin up, in the election, nu will be railed tipn ' "BluevBack Speller" fur the ex- - elect county officers to serve io ...:...:.. the UI1IWIUUVM, I can spel every nuiu. people ol(tfiH count yil'o . ... .. is iu nurttvi " from Jo "boss back." U, tour years, and a& this, I'm improvin. Mr. editor, who . that every man, woman atiU cliu "Lether head," the man who talks ill the county i,s or should be cli ov my illiteracy? I'll bet him a rectly inteiested in. I believe ilu--- r- POSSOM HOLLER , (Li:vnr. Gkkkn.; e NOT ALARMED. THE BANK OF MT. VERNON. laiBrlSlls-mm'miimM i MT, ' VeRHON, OPENED 1900. KY- -; 6: "ba-ker- ... ... ...,i CAPITAL STOCK. 3. H MARTIN, Pri W. L. RICHARDS. Casiiii-.k- , A $15,00QVw E. EWERS, Vxck-Prbs. . it-- I A. B. FURNISH, Asst. Cash.,! !.. DIRECTORS. Geo. Livesay, Rod Perry, Vincent J. T. Adams, Jonas McKenzie. Kiitst Krueger,' Boeingr A. T. Pish. '' First National Bank; i - OF STANFORD, KY. DIRECTORS: er WABD - " 1 vM -- , jnrlt - DANNIE OWENS UNDERTAKER IP- x - t "' WILD Gaskets, Coffins, Robes Etc. ''-KENTUCKY 1 BRODHEAD, -- ' JONAS MCKENZIE MT. VERNON, Vice-Preside- nt tax-paye- rs one-thousa- Pratt-Breckinrid- ge WILLIS GRIFFIN Practical Undertlcer t s, rvo y odl v. d. a-a- TEE PEOPLE'S" DRUGRSTOKEI! i'ri-table- d sus-tificat- es no-othe- r C. C. DAVIS & CO. PATENT MEDICINES., :r Perfumes, Stationery-t- p Tobacco, Paints. TOILET ARTICLES, AH 409-41- 5 wSttjfrSw?ifl(i,y'C"i ' iffliB? f Jin iMUfssntt " 'vl T" " rv , f "7fv pT( V"' "'JJH"1' f "WjpTBP") 'W)$I Mtyernon Signal Friday, - GENERAL NEWS. o May 17. 1901. l "IT Published every Friday by - kprorogued until November. Four lives were lost by ing of the steamer City of The German 'Reichstag was burn- the EDGAR S ALBRIGHT. Owens-bor- at Callionn. S1.00 SUBSCRIPTION ONK YKAR Many lives were lost in the ItaldcfvcrHvHjr rates made known on ian village of Accreiiza by the fall of an immttihC rock. application ANNOUNCEMENTS We 'atf nutlinripil to announce Chesley Payne, ai a cnniliilnte ftirMujfistrate in the Seeonci district, subject to the action of Hie Itepub- licau jiartv. A s s u s KTT8 today has three Democratic Congressmen, when if the State was rightly di vided there would be four, yet the present Legislature has a bill be fore it to Gerrymander the State so there will be only one Dem ocratic district in the State. What a howl goes up from those same people when a little Gerrymander ing is done in the South, eveu helping to contest the seats of a Democrat elected from such a dis trict. It is another case of whose ox is gored. We remember that it lias 011K been a shot time since a defeated candidate in this Congres sional district contested the seat of Mr. Gilbert, because Jackson county was taken from the district and At any placed in the eleventh. rate that was the grounds, the cause being a snug little sum of money, which the government unThe wisely gives such fellows. amount paid is entirely to much, It is an' and should be chauped. who have spent inducement to men all they had, and then got a Waterloo, to contest when they know there jsno hopes of gaining the money. M A c 11 Charles Emory Smith denies that he contemplates resigning the office of Postmaster General. Nine miners were killed aud thrde fatally injured by an explosion at Farnmigton W. Va. Corn King Phillips boosted the price to sixty cents, reaping $75,-00- 0 on his sales for the day. It is now stated that only five lives were lost by the sinking ol the steamer City of Paducah. Robbers blew open the vault of the Hart County Bank at Munford-vill- e and secured $3,000 or more. Owing to the serious' illness of Mrs. McKinley, the President has abandoned the Northwestern trip. Miss Mamie Daugherty, of Bardstown, was appointed matron of the Hopkinsville Insane Asylum. The Rio Grande Western railroad passed under the control of the Denver and Rio Grade Wednesday. The Alaskan, the largest merchant vessel ever built on the Pacific coast, was launched at San Francisco. any-thing.b- ut Judgk Jamhs D. 'Black in' an interview in Louisville, would not say whether he would accept the place of Circuit Judge to succeed Judge Tinsley. We can't tell about that, but if you want to know who will be the next Govern or ot Kentucky, we refer you to the Hon. J. D. Black, of Barbourvillc The mountain people undoubtedly expect, and deserve the ofhee of governor next term, and Mr. Black is the one man to whom all eyes are turned. How can we expect anything but that the mountains will gc Republican as long as the Democrats of that part are uot better represented. It is true the mountain counties have been growing iii the Republican faith, and well inay we have expected them to do so under the circumstances. But we don't think there will be any opposition to Mr. Blacks nomination in fact, we don't see how there could be any one object when we remember the past. been ''fed on dope," when he said trict Attorney of the Eastern Kenthat editor W. P. Walton would tucky Judicial District recently take charge of and become editor created. M r. Davison was formerly oftheMt. Vernon Signal. If the Congressman from this district and local editor hud taken the stcond is well qualified to discharge the thought he might have known the duties of the office. report was a bogus oue. While it is true W. P. Walton could run this paper for better than the present editor is running it, but we Little Goebel Pike is very sick, desire to say, that neither the press this week. not the good will of the editor is Mr. R. S Martin is in Junction for sale, aud that whoever runs the jCity this week. Sigual will live in Mt. Vernon. We are very well pleased with our Mrs. Mary Collyer, who has been present prospect, as we have already very poorly for some two weeks, is succeeded beyond our expectation. some better at this writing. Miss Berda Martin, of Marets-burg- , is in Brodhead this week, Circuit Judge John W. Green, of Owen county, died Saturday and we asked her who she was night of paralysis. Mr. John M. visiting, and in reply, she said she Lassing, of Boone county, will could not stay away from Brodhead'. probably be appointed by Gov. But Miss Sallie Purcell said she was visiting her, so Miss Berda's Beckham to fill out the term. statement only proves what everyUnited States District AttorTins Danville News is most cer- ney Tiusley has recommend Hon. body knows to be true; that Brodtainly correct when it said that the George M. Davison, of Stanford, head is the best place in the world. local editor of the Advocate had for the position of Assistant Dis- 1 couia prove tins statement by a The Grand Encampment of Kentucky Odd Fellows is in session. Reports show the order to be in a prosperous condition. At Everett. Wash., a boy committed suicide because he had been reprimanded by his father. His father then killed himself. News was received of the death of Mr&. Lottie Witherspoon Bell, of Louisvillle, in Korea, where she was- eugaged with her husband in missionary work. The horribly mutilated and decomposed boJy of Henry Bayne, who disappeared five weeks ago, was found .m the woods .near his home in Nelson county. A large force of militia is on hand at Albany to prevent further rioting. An unsuccessful attempt at a settlement of the street railway strike trouble was made. Suit to force Mrs. Cloteal Bottoj to settle her accounts as agent fori Mrs. Florence Irvin Botto was filed by the executor. It is said that her report fails to account for at least $25,000. - Robert Collyer, of Crab Orchard, was here this week loading telephone poles. He has contracted eight car loads at this place, of F; Francisco aud R. E. Pike. Mr. Perander Hiatt was in town Wednesday. Aunt Rett let him come down this week by himself. Per. is a nughtv good man, and it looks like he ought to live forever. Miss Ella Dunn, one of 's most accomplished belles, went away Thursday, to visit old friends in Lincoln, Garrard aud Boyle counties. She will be gone some 10 or 15 days. Mr. James Hays, of near Crab Orchard, was in Brodhead Wednesday, he was weighing up hogs for the boys. He bought about 50 head here from Anc Boreing, JohnjCraig, Henry Sutton and James Purcell. Hogs are bringing 'about a nickle a pound. Messrs. Joshua Boreing aud Ora Frith, two of our young men who are going to school nt Lexington, returned home last Friday, to visit homefolks. They returned to Lexington Sunday. Mr. Boreing is studying short-hanand Mr. is studying Ora The boys are looking well. J. G. Frith is getting so fat he can hardly walk. It looks like he would be lazy, but of course, he is not. If you could be in the store some day and see a young lady come in, and see him throw his hat down on the counter, and watch him move around a little, you would think him to only be about 20 years Brod-headd, GOOD ROAD ARTICLE TAKEN FROM THE U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULT- - j kta 4 . W f URE. . Bad roads constitute the greatest drawback to rural life, and for tlie ". i book-keepin- g. old. Mr. F. Francisco has just finished planting a 20 acre field ol corn. He had Mr. Gibbs to plaut it with e a planter, and it did the work so nice that he had to send a man out in the field several times, to see if the driver was two-hors- Now understand, that I do not vouch for the truthfulness of this statement. I only have Fullen's word for it. Miss Helen Thurmond, our teach er, is off on a' vacation for a lew weeks. She is visiting relatives and friends in Stanfotd this week. Miss Helen will be one of our public school teachers at Brodhead this next fallx Mi. Joshua Boreing will be the principal in the school, so we anticipate having a good school, as both our teachers, have s the reputation of being Miss Thurmond has instructors. been with us three years, and she wears well with our people. first-clas- lack of good roads the farmers suffer more than any oilier class. It is obviously unnecessiry, therefore, to discuss here the benefits to be derived by them from improved roads. Suffice it to say, that those localities where good roads have been built are becoming richer, more prosperous, aud more thickly settled, While those which do r.ot possess these advantages in transportation are either a standstill or are becoming poorer and more sparsely settled. If these conditions :ontinue, fruitful farms may be abandoned and rich, lands go to waste. Lifeon a farm often becomes, as a result of "bottomless roads," isolated and barren social enjoyments and pleasures, and country people in some communities suffer such great disadvantage that ambition is checked, qnergy weakened, and industry paralyzed. Good roads, like good streets, make habitation along them most desirable: they economize' time and force iu transportation oPdroduc's, reduce, wear and tear on horses, harness, and vehicles, and enhance the market value of real estate. They raise the value of farm lauds and farm products and tend to beautify the country through which, they pass; they facilitate rural mail delivery and are a potent aid to education, religion, and sociability Charles Summer once said, "The road aud the schoDlmaster are tlfe two most important agents iu advancing civilization." The difierence between good aud bad; roads is often equivalent to the difference between profit and loss. Good roads have a money value to farmers as well as a political and social value, and leaving out convenience, comfort, social and refined influences which good roads always enhance, and looking at them only from the "almighty dollar" side, they are found to pay handsome dividends each year. People generally are beginning to realize that road building is a public matter; and that the best interests of American agriculture aud the American people as a whole demand the construction of good roads, and that money wisely expended for this purpose is sure to return. For Infants and Childron. u'V The Kind You Have Always Bought AYegetable Preparation for As .i 4 simllatinS ilieFcodiunlHegula Unit UcSloirvchs ntulBowcis of Bears the w mature of SB 4 Promnlc Digcsliou.Checrfiil-nes- s nndlfasl.Conluiiu milliter Opium.Morpltinc norXincml jStOT ?t MIC OTIC . fry Mf W ft jm g air- ft j' " arWiUlrMWa. rJVSZV! ,ttx Senna stniseSrril ' ItiOutcnaUSata Umtnyrrn rlamr. , Sour Slomach.Diarrhocfl Worms .Convulsions Jcvcrislv tilav Aperfecl Remedy forConslipn-Bo- n ru ncss nml Loss of Sleep. Facsimile Sujualury or NEW YOI1K. ?JES?Htai3 f j Use For Over Thirty Years EXACT COPy OF WRAPPER. to THC CCHTAUR COMPANY, Nt YORK CITY. liMP Special Low Rates to the Southweste May 29th and 30th, 1901. Your wish to visit Arkansas, Louisiana, Texas, Indian Territory or Oklahoma at a small cost, mm can now os realized.- All roads will make low rates to Memphis for the Con federate Veterans' Reunion Alav 27th to 30th. The imit"on the tickets (June 9th) will enable you to extend your visit into the Southwest. Thatvou mav do so chcaolv. the Cotton Belt will sell special low-rat- e allowed) from Memphis to Artickets (stop-over- s kansas, Louisiana, Texas, Indian Territory" and Oklahoma on May 29th and 30th return limit three weeks. Such an opportunity is not likely to occur again in years 1 Write At once for free ceplei of our hnlohielj llluit ratal took, , Mllome, Iu lh boulhwe.l ' ind 1 hrouffb'JVxa. with a Caint ra." Raj where you wanttofo and w will ttll you what tour titkrl vlll coil aud will icuil you a oompklcicluilulc lor the trip F. P WyATT, T. P.' A., Cioclawll, Ohio. E. W. UBEAUME, G. P. end T. A., St. tools, Mo. COVE Mrs. R, K Bell still continues very low. Mr. George Johnson nnd his little sister were visiting relatives, at Climax the first of the week. Quite a number of our young folks attended church nr Flatrock Sunday last. T. J. Townsen is night watchman at Sparks' quarry now. Mrs. George Brown, of Pulaski, is at the beeside of her sister Mrs. A Spkainki) Ankuj Curkd. Quickly BFiiii?iuaa hvibv.v JHKs. about it. The You know rev JA-I - BRODHEAD George Brooks is on the sick list, but we think'that George would Hon. J as B. McCrkaky, it. an get better if he could see a friend interview at Washington, says he is at Livingston, pleated with his chances for U. S. lie.has Our picture man,' Mr. Stephen .Senator, and so aie wc.' When h ' ;mi i till fininrr nlnnt'i' ' r( Micceeds, Deboe, Kentucky will then no longer hide her head in and now is the time for our pciople v"' so well to have their self talrcn. shame. " lvi-Yrl- - Mk. R. O. Cunningham announces his retirement from the Danville News, that splendid paper, which he started aud put on a sure'fouudation, IfCapt. Lillard, the new editor, proves himself as good in journalism as he has in everything else, he has ever undertaken, the News will even be better thau brfore, aud here is wishing Capt. Lillard unbounded success iu his new field of labor. Mr. aud Mrs J. Thomas Cherry, of our town, left Tuesday for a few days iu the city of Louisville. Bro. Pike filled his appointment at Buckeye last Saturday and Sunday, returning home Monday. Mr. George Barnes and wife left Wednesday for a weeks visit to frieiids and relatives in Casey coun- ty. 'Mr. you. You can't throw young lady that lives at Jellico, and W I)ff this feelimr. You by young men and ladies all along are a slave to your work. the line of course Mt. Vernon is Sleep fails, and you are excepted. on the verge of nervous exhaustion. Our old friend and brother, G. What is to be done? L. McRoberts, who has been visitTake ing relatives in Garrard and Lincoln counties, returned home Tuesday, The old gentleman is looking well and if you could see him Mr. Joshua and his Dunn sitting together, you would hardly think that Mr. McRoberts was Mr. Dunn's father-in-laFor fifty years it has, But 11 been lifting up the disF. Francisco accounts for this by couraged, giving rest to saying, tliat Mr. McRoberts is a the overworked, and widower, aud that Bro. Dunn has bringing refreshing sleep the youngest looking wife j ou ever to the depressed. No other Sarsaparilla saw, for a man of his age. approaches it. In age Mr. W. R. Dilliou, of Livingston, and in cures, " Ayer's" is was with 'is Wednesday. The "the leader of them all." writer and Mr. pillion were great It was old before other sarsaparillas were born. friends 23 or 30 years ago, and hove J I. a bottle. All druzcists. had some good times together We Ayer's Pills aid the acBill used to rasel like two boys. tion of Ayer's Sarsapais looking well looks to be about rilla. They cure biliousW ctf. a box. years old, but is 58. ness. We si.w 40 " I liayo used Ayer's medicines fcr his father last Monday, who lives nioro tlian 40 v,ira und liavo enlil from tlio very atart tli.it jott iiuult in Lancaster, the old Captain is tlio bout medicines iu tlio world. 1 am siiro your B.irsaiia'.'ill.'v aiYOd my looking well apd seems like a boy, llfo Yhcn I lirst took it 40 years ago. nm now past 70 and am never w ltliout your medicines." but he said his legs did not like to FllANK THOMAfl, 1. M., carry Ins body, just like they did Jiuon, Kansas, Jan. 24, l&m. Wrlla (ha Doctor. seme 60 or- 75 years ago, but such It you liave any complaint v liatever sud deilre tho brat mdlcul advice you is life, twice a child and once a cau ivjjsIWt receive, write tlia doctor (i04I, Yon will rocelvo a prompt reman. The good old man is now ply, fltliout rnjt. Addrraa, f JU. , t A a fell, l.uwcii, iHAaa. the iecoud clrihi. a,"d can not walk son-iti'laCO 1 aT-w- weicht restine uoon mr eixhaustion. You no about with a Great all rush, the worry, the "At one time I suffered, lrom a severe sprain of the ankle," says Geo. K. Cary, editor of the Guide, Washington, Vat "Alter using several well recommended medicines without success, I tried Chamberlain's Pain Balm, and am pleased to say that relief came us soon as I began its use and a complete cure speedily followed. This remedy has also been used iu my family for frost bitten feet with the best results. I cheerfully recomR. K. Bel!. Rev. James Riddle went to his mend its use to all who may need a s liniment." Sold by Theo regular appointments at Walnut Wesley Druggist. Grove Saturday and Sunday. first-clas- KJWW$ sanspariiia Mrs. P. D. Singleton, of Crooked creek, is visiting at Mr. Craig Bryants this week. . Jake Pike sold to J. A. Proctor a buggy for $17. C. Bryant sold to Wm. Mullins a cow for $27. a Fought For His Life. '"'My father and sister both died of Consumption," writes J, T. Weathenvax, of Wyandotte, Mich., ' and I was saved from the same frightful fate only b Dr. Kng'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 and I gained much in weight." Infallible for Coughs, Colds and all Throat and Lung trouble. Trial Guaranteed bottles bottles free. .Soc. and $1.00 At all druggists. e,-e- r Biliousness is a condition characterized by a disturbance of the digestive organs. The stomach is debilitated, the liver torpid, the bowels constipated. There ia a loathing of food, pains, in the bowels, dizziness, coated tongue and vomiting, first of the .undigested or partly digested lood and then of bile. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets allay the disturbances of the stomach and create a healthy They also tone up the appetite liver to a healthy action and regulate the bowels. Try them und you are certain to be much pleased with the result. For sale by Theo Wesley Druggist. .1 ?.s when a man: recall now with horror," says Burnett Mann. ofLe- vanna, O., "my three years.'of suffering from Kidney trouble. I was hardly ever free from dull aches or acute pains in my back. To s.toop or lilt mail sacks made me groan. I felt tired, worn out, about ready to give up, when I began to use I Electric Bitters, but six bottles Tor Infants and Children. completely cured me and made me The Kind You Have Always Bought feel like a new man." They're unrivaled to regulate Slomach, Liver, Kidneys and Bowels,' "Perfect Signature of .satisfaction guaranteed. Only 50c. At all druggists. Mnil Carrier "I Shuddkrs At His Past. CASTOR A CayfTChi v TTcrxgcaatignnaaTTTfit-T- T ,"jf r i igcatrcsattBasmacagnjazsaarncg Mt. Mt. Vernon Sis May U7, 1901, Vernon. Ky,. TkouisviwicA Ntnu.Lcn.R.Co. TIME TABLE. north sottth 23 25 South 24 afi north .. .. 11.05 a m 1:31 a in 1:57 P u' 1:45 a in Jas. Lanokum, Agent. Eiterrttht Mt. Vtrii.- -, Uy oi)-- Pit-f5c- t at ice mall as Ashland LoiIk So. natter I At 9:30, Mrs. R. B. Mullins no Appointed. Marshal W. T. bettergradtnlly growing weaker. Short,vrcceived yesterday, his apMr. S. S. Short, of Shelbyville, pointment, as Deputy Collector unlie w!ll be assigned is visiting hi brother, W. T. Short. der Denton. to duty June 1st. Mrs. Ella Baker W. II. Pettus is working during agent LaudJum'.s absence. Mr L. was reappointed postmaster yester-day. , is iu Cincinnati. Akmhstkj). Marshal J A. ShanJames Maret returned from Lancaster yesterday, where he had non, of Crab Orchard, arrested in been in the interest of the telephone Indiana Tom Fish, who was want- ted in Lincoln comity, for killing a business. negro at Crab Orchard fourteen Mrs. D. S. Purdom left Saturday, years ago. The reward received for a visit to friends and relatives by Mr. Shannon was $250. , in Marion, Boyle and Lincoln Held Ovhr. William Flin, of counties. Wayne county, was tried before Geo. R. Reams, one cf our best Commissioner White Tuesday, and citizens, ol the Kast side, called held over under a $250, for sellSaturday and left his subscription ing liquor unlawfully. He was unfor the Signal. able to give bond aud is now I I . MASONIC. 040 meeiR 12nl 8a) ,v but a few days. must work his road section three Mr. B. F. Fuqua will move his days this month. It is high time CHURCHES. Chrintlaa Hold servient 1st A3rl Sundaj sawmill to Anderson county in the that the roads were well worked. at lln.ni. and at 0:30 p. in. near future, on account of no The rock should be put in the roads l'rcsbyterlau Holds services on the 2nd timber in this county. and bent up very fine and the water and 4th Sunday, morning and cvtulnif. A. Renner, one of the best road should be turned out and gravel Dapttat Church Services on the Second and Snnday. Suuday overseers in the county, was in put on. Let every one bestir him Saturday night a m every Sunday. Prayer Saturday to get his tools, so as to self and do good work and we will 3choolat meeting on Tuesday nights. see a much needed change for the. begin working his road. On last Sunday night, abbut 8 better in our roads. o'clock, W. G. Mullins, without Mr. aud'Mrs. T. D. Mullins and Dead. Willie Brannaman and hardly a moments warning, passed Mrs. Rome Adams, of Livingston, Sanford Coffey were in town yes- into the great beyond. For some same Wednesday to see Mrs. R. B. . Fish was in from Wildie TuesMullins, who is gradually growing terday morning to secure a coffin time past he had been in very poor for the burrial of Mrs. A. Branna- health, but just a few moments weaker. day. man, who died of consumption before his death, he and his wife, Neal Parrett was in Livingston Mr. H. R. Fish has moved from Wednesday about 6 o'clock p. m. having just retired, were talking of Saturday the Croutcher house to the Joshua at her hotne near Wildie. She was s his improved condition and he A. C. Towcry, of Wildie, was Boreiug house-i- n the Northern part a daughter of the late Coleman expressed himself as believing that of town, now owned by Green and Hays, was here Saturday. 40 years old and leaves he would soon regain his strength Dr. Benton was here a( short Jones Fish. a husband and several children to and be himself again, when all of a Mr. and Mrs. Will Casper, who mourn her loss. while Wednesday. sudden, he asked her to fan him, While in Livingston last Satur- aud quickly turning upon his .side, Marshal W. T. Short was in are now located at Williamsburg, came down Saturday to visit Mrs. day night, we met JamesIsaac, ot breathed his last. Loudou yesterday. W.'F. McClary was in Louisville Casper's parents, Mr. aud Mrs. G. Jackson county, who was triedliere Mr. Mullins was elected for two W. Gentry. a short tirilego and acquitted for terms to the office of high Sheriff Tuesday and Wednesday. killing John H Mr. Isaac of this county, the duties, of whish Mr. T. S. Miller is out from LanLOCALS. aud always Jie always faithfully executed. In never hunts tv caster, visiting relatives. avoids it, if possi but if there his death, Rockcastle looses one furniture go to must be fightfn For Col. W.'J. Sparks was in Louis- tie, lie always of its best citizens. Services, S. W. Davis, near R. R. .V'llethe first of the week. In all, he has stands his grot: l, by the Rev. J. C. Johu A. Mullins. of Livingston, rv Fine .foldiug beds can be t .found been, shot at twenty ouetimes, has were. held, at the Mullins at S. V. Davis' near R. R. spent Sunday with friends here. been in a number of fist aud"skiilr church house Tuesday at 10 a. in., S. C. Franklin makes a specialty fights, but was never hurt in any after which the remains were laid Master Charley McKenzie is visof gold and silver soldering. way in his life. iting relatives at Preacher.svile. to rest, with Masonic honors in the Lard iocts. per pound, meal If our merchants and others old family hurrying ground. Fish and Jarve Mcsdauies G. C. 65cts. per bushel or 35cts. a sack. would pile and burn all old papers, Cook were in shopping Tuesday. Officers' Report. The ofHouk & Adams. etc., instead of sweeping them into ficers and directors of the Bank of who has been sick W. M. Owens, Don't miss priceing S. W. Davis1 the street to make an ugly litter, Mt. Vernon met at the bank yesterfor some time, is able to be out furniture before purchasing else- to be blowu around by passing day P. M., and after a careful exagain. winds, the streetsAvould present a amination of the books, notes etc., where. E. C. Menifee and J. C. Ryuicl, you want a pair or spectacles much better andxileatier appearance. are prepared to make the following If of the Wildie section were here yes go to S. C. Fraukliu, and have your A visitor to our towtv expressed his report. We find the business, cf terday. surprise a few days since, at the the Bank is increasing every eyes tested. Mt. Vernon, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Rider reS. W. Davis lias returned from ragged appearance of Main street mouth. turned to their home at Upton, Ky., the City, with a full line of fine from the quantities of loose paper, We can heartily indorse tne careSunday. Call and get lowest old hat boxes, shoe boxes, etc, ful manner iu which the books are furniture. Col. James T. Adams spent a prices. scattered from the railroad to kept. We can certainly recomon the creek fishing day or two Griffin's mill. mend the Bank to all persons havExamination. A large numMr. R. M. Hopkins, State Sun- ing any business of this kind to do. this week. ber of the teachers of the county James Lee has moved from No. 2 are here taking the examination to- day School Evangelist, spent three The condition of the Bank on May evening in our town this week lec- 13th was as follows. tunnel to the Fish farm, on Reu-fr- o day and Sunday schools and .Suncreek. STOPS tiik cough and works turing on Resources day school work. Mr. Hopkins is Notes and Bills OFF THR COLD. $21,281.55 Miss Annie Thompson returned Tablets a pleasing speaker, and the black Furniture and Fixtures Laxative 417-4Wednesday from a two weeks visit cure a cold in one day. No cure board and illustrative work, while Expense and Taxes 999-9to friends at Livingston. intended principally for the little Due from Union Natl Bank of Mon- no pay. Price 25 cents. Mrs. D. N. Williams left was fully as much enjoyed Louisville 9.103.26 For sai.k. One ice box, 5x5 folks, older people. He left yesday for St Louis to spend the Sum-meby the Cash 2,021.20 aud 8 feet high, in good condition, with her son, John. terday for Buckeye, where he will will fcell cheap. Dr. E. J. Brown, of Stanford, remain over Sunday, and go to $33,823.41 J. C. RlIINBHEAUT, was here Saturday, to see Mrs. R. Liviugston Monday night Don't Liabilities Livingston Ky. B. Mullins, who is very low. miss the opportunity of hearing Cap. stock paid in $7 650.00 W. A. B. Davis has him. Paid Out. Judge aud Mrs. James D. Black, Notes rediscounted 24.994.S9 of Barbourville, passed through had his settlement with the AudiUniversity The Centrel Uni I lit. Dis. aud Exchange 1,178.52 tor, which shows that he received, versity of Kentucky, is the name of Sunday en route to Louisville. which amount he paid the new college made by the con. $33,823.41 George McCarthy, the splendid $10,606.86, ' out to the school teachers of this solidation of Center College, Dan S. H. Martin, Pres. line repairer for the L. &N. passed ville, and Central University, of countv. A. E. Envers, Vice-Prethrough to Stanford yesterday. Richmond, Dr. W. C. Roberts, TO CURK A COI.D IN ONE DAY. T. Adams, J. President of Centre, was elected Mr. and Mrs. B. J Bethurum, Jonas McKenzie; Directors. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Pres. of the new University, and Col. John Miss Fannie Sparks, and ) Geo. Livesay, Tablets All druggists refund the Dr L. H. Blanton, of Richmond, V. Brown went to Louisville Mon I money if it fails to cure. E. W. Vice Pres. Profs. John W. Redd, day. Grove's signature is on each box. Samuel R. Sheek. Clarence M. Gordon and Jehu C. Fales are the Judge Morrow passed through 2.scts. members ot the Centre college ' As Quo Vadis is wandering in Saturday, en route to Williams8 or 10 good faculty, that have been retained, Wanted. I want burg, where he began court Monthe wilds of Indiana, Stub will trv Will pay while the other chairs, will be filled his hand again. men to make cross-ties- . . day. Profs, who occupied places in by Knrleip-hGeorge Mc I2j4 cts. each for making aud em- Central University i'ii.Mr. L. T. Stewart, of Wildie, will last all Summer. Carthy and Dispatcher Merimee, of ployment Per Rigsby. one of the road over- was with his uianj friends iu he J. W. Maki.br, went to Stanford Livingston, seers, takes entirely a different city. Mt. Veruon. Ky. M:iy 2 tf. Monday. view to some of our citizens, as to Sheriff Catron and his Deputy, D o u T v u 1.. We understand o" Orlaudo, a the benefits derived lrom good Mr. Woods, was in the city on John G. McNcw, there is some doubt about the build- roads On a part of his section, 13 year old boy, is the youngest ing of the new railroad from Or- which passes through his own farm, Wednesday. subscriber 19 the Signal, and of the W. S. Cunuutus and family have to through lando, Jackson he has, at his own expense, torn oue thousand readers of the piper, county. The lack of a sufficient down the fence and rebuilt, mak- returned to theit old home, in our none read it with more eagerness quantity of coal and other mineral ing the road straight and given it little city, (welcome). than he. Mr. W. M. Fields, of Lincoln, is said to be the cause. This is a case, a widUi of 40 feet. Mr. A. E. Herriu, w.ho has been was wtth us this week and has reRoad Law. This office has just wheie a few feet of land and a few living at Livingston for the past again. has moved back to printed in pamphlet Ibrm, an ex- dollars, ate not considered more turned to his home sevcrahyearj, E. S. Albright, the editor of the his oldfhome, near Quail. He left tract of the geueral road law. important than . good roads. If of his Every person, who is not familiar every citizen in the county would Sigual was with lis this week, and Livingston on account daughter's health, thinking p'ers with it, should get one of these take the sune view of the matter as you know what we did for him. haps" a change of location would pamphlets and find out what is Mr. Rigsby, we would soon have Mr. Fred' Graves, of Birmingthedntv of every itmtiiu the countv. good roads. help he. ham. Ala., is here visiting his "J Uj 1U A iu. Jarve Cook told us that, Mrs. jail, awaiting his trial, which will R. E. Bell, of near Orlando, was be in June. very low and not expected to live Work. Every road everseer in beautiful residence, of Mr. Charley Brock, of London, was destroyad by fire yesterday morning about 4 o'clock. $t, 000 insurance. Convention. There will be n Sunday school convention Living ston Saturday night and Sunday May 18 and 19, under the direction of the State Pres. E. A. Fox. All S. S. workers in the county are cor dially invited to attend. Strike. All the coal miners, of the New Diamond Coal Co., and the Manchester Coal Co., of Altamont, went on a strike Mon-daThe strike was not for higher wager, but because the employers wanted to change the contract, and this the employees would not submit to. The original contract made pay day every two weeks, while the change made it every month, with a guarantee of five days work out of the week and regular work the entire aummer. While the last proposition seems to be rather a fair one, yet the miners fail to see it in that light. A GOOD MAN PASSES AWAY two-stor- y y. Fire. The pattern Hats WLY Y PattarnHat STOCK I v-x---- i- si DRING -. IS COM PLETE, Beautiful and. ATTRACTIVE, V VJ 11 1 of and see tne . PATTERN HATS. iew. Spring Styles i 1 u TV T I Jy Nobby and Artistic. Jttdt from the Cities with a new,, and beautiful line of Ladies, Middle-age- d aud Young Ladies and Misses Hats, 3alv Caps and many OLD NOVELTIES, Attractive EVERY one should have a new hat for EASTER SUNDAY LOOK well for your husband LOOK pretty for your SO DECORATE your head with a best beaux Beautiful and Becoming Hat. t. ' Personals, LADIES from all sections of Rockcastle ae most cor'didlly--invitto come and inppect these beautiful novelties, whether, you buy or not. Every mother should have sufficient pride.in her daughter, to buy her a nice Spring Hat, that is most durable and serviceable. ed will pay you to travel many Everything new for the head, miles tc get a hat that is becoming hair pins, side combs, back combs, Every old lady and pompadour combs. and in style. should have a new spring bonnet, Linings, stays, brush binding, HATS. IT head. up-to-da- te con-conduct- ed Car-mica- and every middle-ageand young hooks and eyes, braids etc. for married woman a nice spring hat dresses. Prices ranging all the way from Celebrated Straight front Corset, 25c. to $6.00 and $10 00. Nice Ladies Vests. Chiffons, Liberty Silks. Ribbons Beautiful silks, all shades, 50c. and flowers in all the new shades'. to $1 per yard Ribbons in all colors and styles. Narrow black velvet ribbons and to 20c, EMBROIDERY black luce, the newest and latest per yard. styles for trimming all, thin dresses; Laces g c. Jftjgc-Aggi- ; ?& .'"e d silks; Laces Ribbons NICE Petti-coat- 2c. Gloves pair. Elegant Gloves 35c. to $1 per " s 756. to $1.50. Sec our Ladies shirts. fcy-I- f ydu Belts. 35c. The very latest fad. want anything in genuine Lisle Belc Buckles, 25c. hose, in black or white, give me a Embroidery Silks, 45c. per do., (call. AND Don't forget, everjthing'in skeins. INDIA LINEN for waists, extra stock, is stylish, fashionable arid quality. cheap. I Belts ' Gents Ties Ties 24c. to 50c. MRS. SftLLle WILLIftMS, ft OLD BRICK HOTEL, Opposite Courthouse, MT. VERNON, KY. A Bryant Fresh Q-rocefi- Bromo-Quinin- e 5 t, FOR of all Kinds, Near Depot is able to be out and mix his many friends. with We am very sorry to note the death of our old friend, W.G. Mullens, who passed away May The Masonic Brothers, of Livingston, went to Mullins Station "(o attend the last .sad rights. May he entor that Temple, not made with hands, eternal in the Heavens. For the first time in the history of Livingston, a circus has come and gone without a free for aH fight, in which some one was either killed nr wounded. Last Saturday the Teets Shows were here, aim it can be said, to the credit of our little place, that not one case of disorderly 'conduct was noticed. Can other towns sav &o much. '' ' father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. fine and Brack Graves. Miss Mary Bell McCarthy, after an extended visit to her brother, George McCarthy, has returned to her home at Lebanon. Dr. Lucas, our dentist, reports that he has been very busy for the past few mouths. We pride ourselves on having one of the finest Dentists in the State. s. LIVINGSTON 1 The negro element, of our town, seems to think, that they are the only thing. Perhaps they are, but say "Nigs," look out, lightning will strike soon, and bless God whar you is. - . 11 k - . W. C. Mullins has a force of painters aud carpenters working on the Eight Gables Hotel, which, when finished, will be one of the It S.wkd Has Lkg. finest hotels in , Eastern Kentucky. P. A. Danforth, of LaGrangc, Bill is a luihtler. Ga., suffered for six mouths with Hush, the 'Parson" and Mr. a frightful mining sore 'on his McKinney are sneaking in ahead of leg; but writes that Buckley's Arthem all, by having their drugstore nica Salve wholly ruled it4 iu five, and barber shop decorated. They days. For Ulcer?, Wounds, Piles, would do better but you know the it's the- best salve iu the world. Cures guaranteed. Only 25c. Sold "Parsju ' is such a scamp. by ull druggists Drs. Carpenter and Cooper performed a very difficult operation on Mr. Brack .Graves, this week, ynrirtM by' removing a very deep seated 'Ibis slfnotnro is on every box of the cennlni tumor. We ure glad to say that ' Laxative BromoQtiiainc Tauou our old friend, "Brack," is doing tho remedy thpt cares a cold'to oco Xny ' 1 - && f inpW " "wJtBp? " b 1 v umhwtJkikxm i J1 v. . . .sj,f j . TOOT- v,-- r tt V H ( )A " - 1 - lA - &-- - -"- A ) A' ivT.?S - hiamfriiiiinmiipMi v'jqWft1'-- - I - - -- - v -- - - iTO uYTf' i yf i .nahry T3V i "S. ' WITH f" oihui iiiim anLuin wLiiunT L,is.t a Bis of Unheard Jp , j of BARGAINS, " ,bn& :: J J . c $-5o list jjYecei'ved a all vine of vpring Cjroods, r. -- ui ,. ' 'T3EA.D Carefully Every Line of This Ad. and Come and be C onvinced that we ' Actually Selling Goods Cheaper Than Ever Known in MT. VERNON, HOME MARKETS, Corrected each week by Honk & Adams, Mt. Vernon, Ky. -- 'aTe'?1 .. . r- '""'"ff f ''ft Arbuckle's Coffee Lion Coffee GreenCoffeeio-i2jc-ic-i5c-ifij- i2c iaJc j& W J 4 J i Boots and ho Wm . LOTHING, M Gents Furnishings..; -all-grade- s. 5yiw" n?. - rfV uj Flour, No. i, per bairel , Jselle ol l,mcoln per b rl 4.00 Daisy flour per barrel $, 25 Labelle flour $4.50 Dry salt meat per lb 00c Country meat (.smoked) Dan'l Boone Soap; 3 cakes Slur Soap, 3 cakes Rice, JNo. 1, per lb 7 Graimlated Sugar per lb ljxtra Light Brown Sucar lb v6'c Sprup. Caramel, gal. bucket i.;o Shipstuff, per hundred, 10 Cnlico, all the best brands 5c Calico; all cheap grades 5c & under Can goods 8yic Clothing, suits, 75c lo $15.00 Lard' 11c. in small lots: iocts in so lb lots nr nmrp. Millet hay on hand 1 'v & K H, Qsf ' f '" " . .rv "z-.-- ' -- A P W y VJ . Xx&J ' t V v; , . . S . ' un. ' 1 'i . t . a. o u VTV I o ' ' .' ; rT.Viit ,. rr '... ,1.T- -T'Jt c . ..r.;.n '. , vy jw j , N V - (73 ireathensCoal oil' 115 itggoeruoz -- per lb - s3c 40 f Sg KEEP your foot dry and save a doctor's bill, The best at , Houk & Adnins Ills Keg soda 1015c 10c v' ' O oumincivClothing. Dress Suits guaranteed to iit and prices that cannot fail to. NICE & )lease. Clothing and furnishings there is no end and invite all to comes r, and look and obtain bargains, Clothed in Style, at the prices Houk & Adams are U-O-- 2selling clothing, man's fine shirts, collars and ties. ff3 I 1 LOOKING for a place to obtain bargains in Clothing of any kind, such as line auits, medium suits. Suits to suit any one in Boys suits of all aj;es. Stop in. stylo and finish and price. & ouk & Adams' and be suited. HE clothing is not all. Wo keep a genoral line of everything kept fe I inngenerf il store, ior the farmer, everything in our store lsabargain. mechanic, laborer, banker, & WSilllnd t07tlieir aclva"ge to;toadoV and th dude, at all soris of S with.us, as wo keep everything atfarmcr Y, . & in lit, style Q may need at prices that make competition blush. prices, to Saturday specialbar-.-, i& gains for our customers. and price. & at;, , . Phono No. 25,- -2. II jDO $ I Wear patches when you can get Clothing, of so cheap. We arc the leaders in 'Nice Spring' and mwA ? msMi SI-IOE- I ru Remember - .',.... r JHllIwI LnO u I-Io- lc ? Adams, Main --iwtaWrf ducts, West Virginia, with an area COURT CALENDAR. Is Up Now? G. W. Mcci.uri:. & J. W. Brown. County Court. Fourth Mon of only 24,280 square miles, comBROWN McCLURE o day in each mouth ing first. The value of the TennesrO Attorrieys-at-LawA NEW STORE AT CUMMINS see wheat crop, 11,696,088 bushels, Quarterly Court. Fiist MonC. S. Griffiu sold to J. C. Rhine-hearMr. Vkrnon, Ky. . STAND. day in January, April, July and is greater in value by $754,586 a coy, weight 1,000 lbs, for All business entrusted to our care October. A full and complete stock. AU than the Kentucky crop. $37 50. will receive prompt attention Frank Jokes Circuit Court. Second Mon Mr. Will H. Edwards, Jr., delivOffice room No. 8 in the old Brick day iu February, The demand for good horses is Motto: Chi;ai Stoku. Fourth Monday orders filled promptly. ' Hotel. ered his wool Saturday to Mr. John greater than it ha been for years, in May and Ihttd Monday in Sep Arbuckle Coffee, I2C Best goods and lowest prices. Arnett at 20c. Buyers are paying and owing to the extremely low tember. Best Green Coffee, I2jC from 18 to 20c , accoiding to qual- prices of horses for the past few C. C. Mt Vernon Police Court; Fine Vienna Coffee, A. 15c ity. Woodford Sun. Third Monday in each mouth. Attorncy-at-Layears, people turned but little at-- 1 Coffee, IJon & Mulling,) (Successors to Granulated Sugar, 3;i? Voiers, an extensive peach tention in that direction, and' con MT V1JRNON, ICY Livingston, Kentucky. On 2cd! floor of Light Brown Sugar, n sequently the supply is rather $0'qx of Trimble county, Bank of Mt. Vernon, on Church The Best Dry Salt Meat, IOC enormous aud profitless limited. The good prices, which street. Special attention giveu Nice, pute Leaf Lard, IOC peach crop, has sold his entire pros- now exist, on account of the to collections. Best Meal, in market, DENTIST, 60c pective crop in the orchards for scarcity, will naturally continue Best Patent Flour until the market becomes flooded 65c Winchester Dem3.5c per bushel. STANFORD, KV. Second best patent flour, 60c again, so the farmers, who turn ocrat. . R. JL .i Best shipstuff $1 for 100 lbs. ATTORNEY-AT-LAJOSEPH COFFEY, PROPR'., In Clover Bottom country, Chil- their attention in this line .now, California Hams, per lb will be the ot'es to reap the reward 9c Mt. Vernon, - - Kentucky Phono No. 48. ton Reed bought 65 or 70 sheep Canned Goods, 8V3 to 10c Stanford, Kytf before many years. BQfOFFICE Up stairs in old Office over Iliggius & McKenney's and lambs from J. R. Guon at Uneeda Biscuit, fresh per brick hotel opposite Court house. Specially equipped for traveling Store. box, $3.12 per head for all, and ro8 5c Special attention given to colFor a stiff neck there is nothing 2 lbs soda for meu., Sample room on first floor. 5c sheep and lambs from C. P. Mitchlections. Men's Hats 75c. up, better than a free application of P. A. Pennington, D. D. vS.; M. D Bath rooms free to guests. ell at $2.75 per head. Mr. Reed 'Ladies $2.50 shoe) now $2.00 Pain Balm, It sold 150 lambs to J. Cohen, to go Chamberlain's Gents $2.50 shoe, now $2.00 Raths. $2.00 per day. r v, DENTST, MULLINS HOTEL- - N W Cor. Third and Chestnut May 5th, at 6c a pound. Jessa- quickly relieves the stiffiness and Men's and Ladies solid shoes $1.25 Sts. Clothing, men s suits from KurnlHlicd mine Journal. soreness, effecting a complete cure. wltli lSverj- - Convert' LOUISyiLLE,- KY. $3.00 Up. M. L- - M luncutmc! Comfort. Kvery farm should in reality be a For sale by Theo Wesley Druggist. AH grades calicoes this week Will be at Miller House, Mt John Farmer, Prop. . factory, aud the chief en. I and aim ernon during nil Circuit Courts. Ky. Livingston, Mt. Vkknon, Ky. of every fanner should be to work Ribbons, Laces, Ladies Hose, Sample rooms for Commercial men. the produce of the farm into perMen's Hose, all as cheap as the OFFICE At the Rice property. fectly finished products before cheapest. Goods delivered in any Piionb No. 3S. seeking a market. part of town at your door. Butter, eggs Ji.' wool and meat, are finished proSaturday is my bargain day, at ' CASES accepted anywhero, MOiNUMENTAL WORKS, R. G. ducts. Farms run upon this schedCummins stand, Livingston, Ky. Only legitimate work taken. Brodliend, Ky, A ttorney-atL- a ule will riever run down or grow Tew mothers are healthy, because Granite and Marble Monuments, Guarantees absolute fidelity in fertility. vtaker MT. VERNOf.' KY. ' their duties arc so exacting. The anxiety 10 client. of prrjjruncy, the shock of childbirth, Collections made, and Tombstones. Breeders of pure bred hogs says end the care of young children, nrc A Gallou of PTJim LINSEED OIL mlicd -- ALL VORK FIRST-CLASScriminals apprehended, shad vvltli a callon of vviw.w MIUU VII euv IfVIIIWI. UUh I1IMI w,p, that they cannot keep up with the -- vsajibi'AuiiuN uivjsn- .- oving, Wine of Cara'ul within her grasp, every j, done. KoasonaWo av. m present demand from farmers, who mower every woman In the land cj- -. k " pay the debt of personal health inzA terms. Address, are ambitious to improve the qual owes her loved ones. Do you war.tp HUGH MILLER, Prop'r. ny 01 ineir droves, iiogs coming robust health with sll lis privileges and P lll n pleasures; wine o! uiraui will ijive It to market now are much better in ps to you. (Care this Paper.) II breed and quality than they were '.JVJ;j! ENGLISH H some years ago, says the Chicago iSk, (ErfStf'ST&J 1 Combined bay stnlllou, Hi liniid.s lilli, both Ji maVci - ctlloni of tin venv ncsv Paint JGSTPorter at all trains." Drovers' Journal, but there is still Iu tlis VOllU) hinil ankles while. v rf ,ituf,. I 1 ium. nai li:niGIli:i:.-SIr- nl room for improvement and fanners !. by Alxlntlah Mcssen. fi V trenethens the female ordans and It.vl't- - i gor, 1st. tbu Win, J.'inI; snibllo innrs by W'iV'Ivrv V ' are realizing that it costs no more orates weakened functions. For eve. yMu hny Crocket, bon of Dciinej's Drcnnmi. lie to feed a good hog than a poor one. B female bl or weakness It Is the Iiest fji ii.yonWnmt ,wn" Is TR ,,0,!n nvn.m is thn by Jcipnitfil nieininn. i:CONI) DAM by - ,. ., . E LkADii'.I.I U All! (MAT. I.L.V t XN medicine made. your novous. llAtiii.lit Paim' U mnilonf thnhOT l'oi- llililini(e-In fact, it costs much less, for a jjl .)i.vv ooiur wine Askvaruui, druf-is- a us fwfj' I'AINT Willi utSTOi' ', no r ai;a in JIATEWALK F. FRANCISCO, Propr. such nil COOll pullltCW n0. AllDALI.AU MJXSr.NOr.lt. sli. of Jin. ana la eruun J tiui k. eiiv iiik k. No tronblo to - 1 drove, of laorbacks could hardly substitute under any circumstances. mlx.nny boytRnilolt. Itlitho coinio- srnfn glUli lliintur, Ik by MfisciiKt'i Chief, site of or Hoi;hb Pai.it. No nurrtit pnlut cuu bo iuaJo Located at the Depotcy; Mrt. Edwin Crta, Cormir, Mieh.i Wbn be gotten into prime killing condi ' Jlaiul Messenger 2 U. VSXBiesomnwncw lama vini! el wtdui wm lurcly Us ri. vj!.:.-lo walk ccreij Uc liom . Tw o wccki tilt' tion with any amount of feed. i:NGU8II IIUNT'ilt bits naten to be tho KY luu a nuie ana cickm n octtm. wtirn Land, Stock, Crop What , FtirtlltflrP Pt( t, Undertaking. Williams, w, J. Mullins& Son. Illanki-nslii;- antici-patingra- R.A, JONES . The Veranda BROWN Hoteli , - 5c. DE.NJIST, -- Y E R S, $owder( praneipep SECRET SERVICE. Healthy Mothers Williarxis, "J I cmiy0- I fcAP I w ,- Miller H,ouse, II ! II The Fine Combined Horse "Detective" y Mrawmflmrirc Wil a hunter; 1 ! ffc I Commercial Men. for "-u- 1I11111 L Hotel Frith ' . , 118 1 - 1 1 111 1 v t.-- .1 (H 0 Kentucky, with au mea of square milei of land surface, stands, third in the column ,ot Southern wheat produciug States, Texas, with seven times Kentucky's area, .standing fir.st, aud Maryland, with three times her area, standing second. Kentucky stands second among the Southerif States in cpru and oat products, Te,Nas being first;,, She is hecond in Irish potato oio- 40,-00- II II riu hin on a botls bttautc I IijJ i uns the wine durJie prcyuncy Iliiitimc.'IcivebirUttistmooth tonbJbvclrl.oni Wit in Ltor omy iwo noun, rirn but JiiUt pun, and I hive plcm of nulk. For thi crcaf irrprare mail la r.iy l Ji I tlunk God eud Wme cl CarduL" For advice In cmci rt3uirin trccul dirtdiooi. I tiirtu, nviaz IV.TPtoinj. "The Ladies' AdrlLirv Dcpcrlmeni,"TbeClulHB 111 fih tanoonj Medicine Co., Gmunoasj, Tean. -tiourti aoitui lo no isiik. Alter onercmia tviui tuxt 3 ! 'dfflflOfl hot to CACK, Ulibteb, Pbci, or OUIP. 1'. HA3I3I AR I'AINT CO., St. Ioh'b.Mo. Sold and guaranteed by THEO WESLEY, I "v J (3 I 6 Vernon, KenBticky. be&tsiruof fncNiit iiiul high iyled, coni-S uincu iKiui's mi nut ciiiiiitiy, 1110 jieipiii (il h .ft vn;.. .vij t Itool. .costle county luo u dmiu-e- , to hrcoil to VVW.SJtaaf -- i "nft. on 0 of the finest combined horde ou enrth. i Z&Wtr &rV nml his luiiutntlmi N nlremly ' cslAbllshed. i & .. "TV A T,... i'. f Thl h niiiirnlficent Sluillon V ill make thn .', , , ion 01 iikji, ut my lnble In 1UIUD IIJAD. V 0:t" ?' v ' "Jfcl ( Ki ., lor tho jiricc of S, slOTO INSUIti: A LIVING COLT, Waw money tlnu when eolt In fnnlel or mnio I ' f jiaiteil with. OM'oceAHTpO' .. .. u.No responsibility for iiceiileuts,. biiti:i ' all line enutloii wjll bmiK'.l. -(X. 1 7&mt4gm 1 CA ffl&itttl . - Bodhead,, Uvcry Good itached . S6KT ... 4J0 "v S!tt.ii . Meet all Trains, Day and Night, Traveling Men and Railrpatj; , men Solirited. Will fur- lunches for all trains. ,' ii fy . 1 1 J. H,DUM. fHnill ! CU!., I7. HW)DfiK,i.KV. itlll ' Insurance of all i AUdmS), Uinrl Call at the Signalmuuo office. Mr Vernon. Mt.Vcinon, Ky AtIqiTIO .ik., i 1 -