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Digital page images are linked to the text file. to jr I fljtt dnnI ern0 t i iia1+ r 6 c t r VOLIBaXV I r VERN0v ROGKCASTIII COUNTY KY FRIDAY JUNE 7t 1901 tiU IBER 37 TELL MY FRIENDS TO BE BRA VE AJl U F s RLESSr AND LO YAL TO THE GRE 4 T COi1JiWON PEOPLE lews Itejis o The Bisriarck monument in Berlin win be unveiled June 16 Nine medical societies held anr nual conventions this week in St Paul QaamoerBermudasI Raiders burned a tollhouse and gate on the Lancaster turnpike near Danville Anew steel comp nywith a capitalbf 250000 hast been organized in Ashland Ky Over sooo delegates are attending the Master Plumbers National convention at Kansas City President Havemeyer of tHe sugar trust says the reports that he has resigned are unfounded- In the past ten years the exports from the United States to the Scan dinavanCcountries have more than trebled The Generals of the allied forces have decided to tuin over Bekiri gradually urin Chineserofficials V The reduction of freight rates on coalm the South has had a stimu latin effct on the Alabama mining industry The Rex E W Parker missionary bishop of the Methodist Church for Southern Asia died at NainLTalr The Arapaho Indians in Wyom ing Jierderthas en r shed is feared Plans are being made for sending a regiment of the Indiana National Ouaixt to the PanAmerican xPo sition at Buffalo The officials of the Southern Railway Company declare that the striking machinists must return to work at once or leave the employ of the road forever The Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Company has decided to increase its capital stock 20 per cent or to 7500000 The town of Jasper Tex was Sunday wiped out by a fire started by burglars who sought by this means to hide their crime The President has decided he can manage the Philippine situation without the help of Congress so there will be no extra session The local strike situation remains unchanged None of the machinists have returned to work and all negotiations for a settlement are offTwo husbands in Louisville have been made targets by their wives Mr Minor escaped with a powder burn but Mr Hord got a bullet in his mouth Contracts have already been clos ed fer the accommodation ot 14r 820 Knightis Templars during the conclave to be held int Louisville in August There will be hilly 2 5000 Knights in attendance W W Huffman formerly a prominent Kentucky Republican indicted in Indiana for mutilating thePure food law goes free br cause a Judge holds there is ud law under which he can be punished 1 f According to the ueports of United rStates Consul Brittain of Zy antes Ameribh prodUcts espec ially farnti implements machinery and t 9 Sfofall description are vfiriding reeived witn increased j favortiDeputySheriffSo Lin die and 44s posseineugJohnson a sd Mctntosh were foil udguil y of tmauslaugltttraud given sentences of twoyvcars imprisonment for killing matching miners Pqsse man Penrod was dismissed L CONWAY 0 r i1 ndIbrother Gr McGuire yyas the guest of his parents near Goochlaiid last Sunday Mrs Shockley was out fromrBe Ibrelatives near Mr G L Wren has bpenon the sick list for thepasttvo weeks but is improvingI William Saylor h cbeepJvery low with fever for several days but improving at this writing Mrs J H Sigman who has sevjeDr Bavis was out from Berea to see Mr and Mrs M H Jordan little boy who was very sick last week JII Sighian Scott Eeldon Henry Mobley and M R Jones was in Ml Vernon on busihessflast Monday Mr and M sr James 1sgfScaffold Cane was the guest Nof their daughterMrs J H Sigman last week The Rev Mr Dpdwell while here last Sunday organized Sun day School which was badly need edat this place Allied Alexander returned to thrsl ace from Illinois last week where he has been for the past eighteen monthsj The Rev Mr Dodvw ell was out froth Berea last Sunday and heldIf t service at the school rouse at this place There was a good attend ance x Most everybody is through plant iug corn in these parts but M R Jones who seems to be somewhat late we think but he says he is waiting far vinter to close before he plants Frank Croucker the young man that forged an order on Granny Brock and drew the pay on it at M J Millers at Mt Vernon seems to have vacated this part entirely anct looking around for something e1 eon the same line Grim death entered the home of J Mr and Mrs M H Jordon on the evening f1I May 28th and took from them theCr fifteen montbi old babe They have the systipathy bf the entire community especially your correspondent wh 1bas felt rthe sting of death in his familyr Most all the overseersltave work ed their roads in this part We are very glad to see it embraced in the new law compelling the roads to be worked in the spring of the year butwe thinkwe should have from the 15th of April to the 15th of June to work in as sometmes it is almost impossible to work the roads in the month of May So grant us more time and we will forever praise the man that intro Idticed the idea of working the roads in the spring of the year c PUS LIFE SAVED BY ClIAMBERLAINS CoitfC ClIOI IRA AND DIARRHOEA REMEDY I am sure that Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy at one time saved my life says A E Lafalette of Gregory Landing Clark couniy Missouri tIieIdoctors saidr could not live Vhen I was at the lowest ebb one of my neighbors brought in a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and I took it and got instant relief I soon got up and around That was nine Years ago and 1 jam still in rgood l health Suite then that medicine has always Keen iiiiiiY houe and t always will be islthe best on earth rQSi1byTheo Wesley Drufgrst ea CRAB ORCHARD a Mr J Br Willis prop of the Crab Orchard Spring is making extensive preparations for the open ing ball which will occur June r4 1901 Miss Fannie Colyer of Mt Ver non visited her mother Mrs P D Colyer who is staying here for her health Saturday and Sunday and left on Mondays train to visit friends in Brodhead Mr W S MyeTs of this place sold through his agent Mr Thompson his farm near here to two gentlemen from Lee county Va for the sum ofoo Mr Myers will still remain in Crab Orchard Dr Boone of Virginia is filling the place at the Keely Institute of Dr Edgar Dick who has gotie to Rockford 111 to be present nt the wedding ot his daughter Miss Hellen to a Mr Countryman of Rockford Illinois U Decaration day was observed here The grand army post of this place marched to the cemetery headed by the Crab Orchard Band witnessed by a large crowd they decarated both the Southern and Union soldiers graves The ladies of the Christian church gave an ice cream and strawbery supper Wednesday night at the Buchanan store room There was a good crowd and everyone seemed to enjoy it immensely tiie receipts amounted to 361Mr W A Beazley has built a large twostory addition to his hotelnear the potandvil1 be able to accoinotlate a larger nuiri her of guests this season Mr Beazley is a gentleman in eyery way and keeps one of the best tables in the coup try Prosperity has at last struck Grab Orch rdLhe citizens r are repairing repainting and building to their property Among the houses repainted we notice that of Marshal J AShanan Chase Singleton r J Jones Samuel Tatem and the Crab Orchard Springs DIDNT MARRY FOR MONEY The Boston man who lately married a sickly rich young woman is happy now for he got Dr Kings New Life Pills which restored her to perfect health infallible for Jaundice Biliousness Malaria Fever and Ague and all Liver and Stomach troubles Only 250 at all druggists drug store f SEVEN YEARS IN BED Will wonders ever cease in quire the friends of Mrs L Pease of Lawrence Kan They knew she had been unable to leave her qed in seven years on account of kidney and liver trouble nervous prostration and general debility but Three bottles of Electric Bitters enabled me to walk she writes and in three months I felt a new person Women suffering from Headache Backache Nervousness Sleeplessness Melancholy Fainting and Dizzy Spells will find ita priceless blessing Try iK Satisfaction isguaranteed all druggists Only 5oc SAVES Two Fio IDrOur little daughter had aiiar d most fatal attackof hoQPingcot1 h gild broncos writes Mrs WK Hay iland pf rraonk N Y but when all other remedies fail ed we saved her life vithDr Kings New Discovery Iour mace who lid Consumption 311 J advanced stage alto used this won derfuliiedciiieaiid today she jsas perfeci ly Desperate throat and KingsRi te sTDiscgveryas to np other mod forUg11ottles14 Trial bottle Cv SERMON BY REV A j PIK- ETixPI o went by the field of oflthe1manit was grown over with thorns 110 nettles had covered the face and the stonewall thereof was broken down Then I saw and considered it well I looked upon it and received instructions Prov- 4 O Ov law shall we escape if we neg lect so great salvationHeirr 12 and 3 tin one of his bestknown books Mr Darwin brings out a fact which may be illustrated in some such way as this Suppose a bird fancier collects a flock of tame pigeons distinguished by all the infinite ornamentations of their race They are of all kinds of every shade of color and adorned with every variety making He lakes them to an uninhabited island andallows them to fly off wild into the woods They find a colony there and after the lapse of many years the owner returns to the spot He will find that a re markable change has taken place in the interval The birds or theij decendants rather have all become changed into the same color W The black thwhite acid the Sdunand the ringed ar all gone back into onea dark iaty Hte1 But all the variety i all tae beautiful colors all the old graces ofprm it nay be have disappeared These ifprovernenta vere the re siiltsjof care an 4nature of do inesticati4uaffXofcivilizaiionas F remoteshe birds left to them = selvesrrO back and loss what they had gained The attempt to elevate the race has been mysteriously thwarted It is now as the original bird the far remote an cestor the old blue These birds has been compelled by some strange law lo discard the badges of their civilization and conform to the ruder image of the first Now then the natural law by canIedType It is a proof of the universality of this lawthat the same thing will happen with a plant A garden is planted let ttssay with strawber ries and roses and for number of years is left aloee In the process of timey it will run to waste But this dfsnotm an that the plants willreally waste away but that they will change into something else and as it invariably appears into something worse in the orfe case namely into the small wild strawberry of the woods ndin thef other into the primitive dog rose of the hedges fwe neglect a garden plant theha natural principle of de terioration comes in and changes it into a worse plant And ifeneglect a bird by the same law it will be gradually Changed into an li lier gird Or if we neglect al most any of the domestic animals they will rapidly revert to wild and worthless forms again Nov the happeniln our own case Why jsl ould a mau bean exceplinictoany of ilth laws of nature 1rt f Nature knows man simlyt as an aui111alYJ VApd the law of Reversion to life runs through all creation Ifa man neglects himself foria few ears he wjll change into ar worse man and a lower man If3tJs his body bathe neglects1iefluff be ort like the savage Ifitishisf- fiind it will degenerate intoJmber- cilitjv If he neglects ills conscience ir will run off into ladles nesand icert i f 4 Qr iasty if it is his soul itpnustC- OKTlNTJ32iX ON s1eq TD PAC IJc4 11JJ THE MEK J3F MT VERNON MT VeRNON KY I OPENED 1900 H l CARNAL STOCK r 15000 ti V1CEPRHSV ruegerGeaWe solicit accounts of firms and individuals Careful attek tion is given collections entrusted to us Our friends and patrons araihvited to call when in town First Ibuoiai Bank IOR STANFORD KY u 5100000 Surplus 1804076 DIRECTORS j EhnoreGRiectv i M J Miller and S T Harris togcountiesness intrusted to us Personal application and correspond TtJenc with a view to business relations invited s Cashierfwws DlJNIE OWENSUNDERTAKER Caskets Coffins Robes fit61 Kept in Stock Orders by Mail Telegraph or TelephoneI Promptly filled BRODHCEAD KENTUCKY JCt GO TO JONAS MCKENZIE MT VERNON KY r I v for Everything ini lYIGoods Clocliirigv Boo sand Shoes aria General K MercKanxliser v J r BEST GOODS A LOWEST PRICES WILLIS GRIFFIN Practical IJndertker and FUNERAL DIRECTOR Mt Vernon Ky j- n Keeps Coffins Caskets Robes Linen Bosoms Cuffs and Cpljars 4 Ematalmtnagr done on short no 0 1 i i tice and easy terms Orders dy telegraphrir telephone promptly attended to day and nighb v f oh r TteEPEOPrE S 061 jt r ei i DRlTGRstORE f a G bAis OL CO IUGS PATENT MEDICINES itlii if+ Perfumes Stationery Cigars Tobacco PantsOi1s1 q J tblL T AAT tEYS1 b 11PR 1PTIONSC 1t li Ft Y COMPOUNDED II CJ iit L1ii MtVernon Signal FRIDAY June 7 l i I hIPublished eVer Friday EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONg YKAK too Idvcr thing Vales made known on japplication ANNOUNCEMENTS j e are authorized to announce Paynett pcandidate to the Second iljetrict subject to the action of the Repub lican party THE GOOD ROADS CONVEN TION The proclamation of Gov Beck ham calling upon County Judges to appoint delegates to the State Good Roads Convention to be held in this city June 27 and 28 is an offic ial recognition of the great im portance of this york Beyond question tliere is nothing that will be of so much benefit to the people 4 of Kentucky as tbeimprovement of thei andrthe public highways are therground work the basis of the whole sys tent We need more steam rail d roads and we need trolley lines and the demand for these can no longer be igifered but above all we mtgse better county rroads to enable farmers to market their products more cheaply to promote the fconifort anti convenience and to add tot sociability ofrural life Good roads would be the best missionaries that could bd placed in the mountains and they will elevate IN the moral tone and increase the wealtR of any community When one undertakes an estimate of the saving in the cost of market ing the crops by the substitution of maccadamied highways for the wretched dirt roads the wonder is tHat these have been tolerated to say nothing of the vast improve ment the better roads would give to the desirability of life oc the f farm where the bulk of our citizenship resides The convention if well attend d by delegates from1 over the State will do more to arouse ptiblic inter est in the cause of good roads tlra anytXnig clsethat could be devised The COllttpent experts will be a valuable object lesson for road ak ing is a science ilidt re quirelapprenticeship simple as i seeing Best of all the convention will afford an opportunity to organ ize public sentiment on the necessity of securing proper legislation The obsolete method of working the roads by warning in the tax payers should be abolished in favor of taxation and the employment of J fesPon THetshould make an appropriation for the encouragement of roac building and a State Engineer shbiild be provided to supervise the work to which the State contributes Pro vision ought to be made by the counties that would prevent the supervisorships from being bestowed on politicians They should be given to men who will build good roads from the start and not waste the money as it has been wasted in the past Millions of dollars are spent under the present system with no appreciable betterment of the highways It is time these selfevident truths should be recog nised and steps taken not only to raise money but to see that it is- sp 1u t to good purpose t The first essential is to arouse apd keep alive public interest This can be done at the Good Roaxjs Convention if the county of fi ers will do their part in the se lc ion ofdelegates Courier Journ al Wrrfe a divided court the con clusion has been reachd byama jority of the Supreme Judges that the Philippines are not domestic teritory but stand in a similar atti tndp to the United States to that of Cuba But Emperor William says Jbe can runtime Philippines without calling an extra session ofJ Cougress t6 assist him soa11 we have to do is to patiently wait aiMj see what the result will be ftJh I A rare celebration Was1 had Wednesday when Mrs j C W BeckHam and partsv visited the sacred grounds of Get 1 mani Under the direction of the Abbot all the visitors madea tour of the 1nJonast uSlonn the entire party sat down to an elaborate dinner lhthe private dining room the most interesting feature of the visit was the presentation of the White Cowled Monks to the Governol The Abbot permitted the Monks to express their pleasure at meeting Gov Beckham W P WALTON who made the Interior Journal a great and newsy paper has purchased the Harrods burg Democrat and will convert it into a semiweekly paper It is useless to say it will continue to baa Demacra tic Newspaper as Mr Walton could not run any olherI kind He is an able editorialI er a splendid news gatherer and- ithw his long experience in journ alism we fell that he will snake a great success with his paper as he has made with every thing else he has ever undertaken THERE was an all night session of the Alumni Association of Central University of Richmond which resulted in much feeling be ing arroused over the proposed consolidation of that College with Centre An adjournment was finally forced anti the i8th A GOOD COUGH MEDICINE It speaks well for Chamberlains Cough Remedy when druggists use it in their own families in preference to any other I have sold Chamberlains Cough Remedy fo the past five years with complete satisfaction to myself and custo mers says Druggist J Goldsmith Van Etten N Y I ave always used it in my own family for ordinary coughs and colds and fo the cough following la gnjbpe and find it very efficacious For sal by Theo Wesley Druggist A severe sprain will ustfatflV dis able the injured person for Free or four weeks Many cases have oc curred howeve in wliiclf rf cure has been effected in leSs than one Chamberlainn s Balm For sale by Theo Wesley Druggist 1he National American Woman Suffrage Association denounces practito HAIR 1if WEALTH of hair Iy to t1 is ito it We r have book we will send you that tells just how to care for the hair If your hair is too thinor losing get = Wealth i- swealth indeed especial a woman Every Otherphysical attraction secondary a gladly its- lusters yer HairAso Growth becomes vigorous and atIan druff is remove It always restores color to gray or faded hair Retain your youth dont old before your time 100 a bottle All druggists tel have used your lair IUIVtfiiundLavarectrintnenndedhuudrctlsof sj and they tell the sam4bto ftJf any NairVigor j to titet n just as aftWltJy as I olA3ertldrVlgorJfrs N E U I11os1 oy281b Norwich N Yo J fiIciWrHerrN p J d ViJuriwdttt1 DociitDu aasJLowe1lM SERMON CQNTINTIED JTROSI FIRST 1 l PN inevitably drop off in ruin and decay Ve uow have a thoroughly natural basis for the queston before us Now we neglect with this uni versal Princilstaiiig vir in the face how shAn vie escape If we neglect the ordinary means of keeping a garden in order how shall it escape running to weeds 1 and oPtrs iflov it escape ignorance arid feebleness So if we neglect the soul hbw can it escape the natural retrograde movement and go into billdeat aniIIliavV taken to spending their lives beneaui the surface of the ground And nature has taken her revenge Jjtipon t ei mnwayshe has closed up their eyes if they mean to live in darkness she argues eyes are superfluans functions By neglecting them these animals madeit clear they do not want them And as one of natures fixed principles is that nothing shall exist in vain the eyes are taken away or reduced to a rudimentary state There are fishes also which had to pay the same terrible forfeit for having rttde their abode in dark caverns where eyes can never be required And in exactly the same way the spiritual eye must die and lose its power by purely natural law if the soul choose to live and walk in darkness rather than light Now this is the meaning of the favori te hirm that hath not shall be taken away take therefore the talent from himThe religious faculty is a talent the most splendid and sacred thre natural conditions and laws If hidee it in a napkin although it is dong him neither harm nor good appar ently God will not allow him t have it Although it is lying there rolled up in the darkness not con spicuously affecting any one still God will not allow him to keep it He will not allow him to keep it any more than tiature would allow 1 IThereforetalent from him And nature dose it This mans crime via s simply neglect than wicked an slothful servant It was a wasted life a life which failed in the holy stewardship of itself Now when you examine those animals wick have inhabited for years the lakes of the Cave of Kentucky you will be astonished to find these animals apparently endowed with perfect eyes but on a close examination you will find their secret is betrayed The eyes are a mockery Externally they are organs of vision the front of the the eye is perfect behind there is nothing but a mass ofruins The optic nerve is shrunken These animals have organs ofvision and yet have no vision The have eyes but they see Dot Exactly what Christ said of me they had eyes but no vision An tire reason is it is one of the simp turalbistoryIto darkness Thetefor they have become fitte- for it By refusing to see the have waived the right to see And nature has grimly humor then Nature had to do it by her hatnIears not degenerated let him hear There are some men to whom it TlieyIbut no vision By neglect they have lost their slight There are some men whose scvits are already honeycombed througn and through with the effects of neglect But it is a fearful thing to fait in the hands of the living God Phill0 us of the living Godare only the laws of j it 5 f nature HOW is the soul to escape to heaven if it has neglected for a lifetime the means of ecape from the world and self And where is the capacity for heaven to come from if it be not developed on earth Where in deed is even the smallest spiritual appreciation of God and heaven to come from when so little of SjJfrk uality has even been knowrii orI manifested here If every dfed wordaspiration of the soul has been allowed to become extinct and every inlet that was open to heaven to be choked and every talent for religious love and trust to have been neglected and ignored where are the acuities to come from that would ever find the faint est relish in such things af Goer and heaven offers to give Now these three words Salva tion Escape and 1 tg1 ect thenare dnotnecessarily connected F1ieiJcfoc trine is scientific ana not atbitrar tbanlthew nothing less It means the gradual piVcfing off of all that cannot enter the high er state or he yen and the puting on of Christ It involves the completing of the souland the development of a capacity tot Go Jf then escape is to be open to uy it is not to come to us somehow by chance We afe not to hope for anything startling or mysterious It is a definite opening along certain lines which are definitely marked by God which begin at thfe cross of Christ and lead direct to him Andeach man in the silence of his own soul must work out this salva tion for himself with fear and tremblingwith fear realizing the momentous issues ofhistaskwith tardytshould summon us to stop Now what these lines ate may in closing be indicated in a word The true problem of the spiritual oppooever do it and you shall escape It will just mean that you are so to cultivate the soul that all its pow ers will open out to God and in beholding God be diawn away from sin There is for example a sense of sight in the religious na ture Neglect this and leave it undeveloped and you simply see youdAnd the line along which to de velop it is known to us Become pure in heart The pure in heart shall see God Here then is one avehspiritual seeing of God Then there is a sense of sound Neglect this leave it undeveloped DeIknown to us obey Christ Be come one of Christs flock The sheep hear His voice and He call eth them by name Here then is another opportunity for the culture of the soula gateway through the Shepards fold to hear the Shepards voice touchdas woman had who touched the hem of Christ s garment that wonderful electric totich called faith which Godd a Spiritual hunfer lifter l God a tliitit wlthm which tastes and omeJ thetNeglectd1atJbut culti vat it laid it penetrates the whole soUr Sre and illumin ates creation with Gdd And last of alit there is the great caoacity for love even for the love of Godthe expanding capacity for feeling more TiUlIi no nlan can understand th tVotdS great Salvation for that is its measure but that otheo of ChristGod so loved the world that He gave his only b got enSpnUYetily how shall we escapesif we neglect that t1 t iiT ji hX JiIS It The Kind You tIavo Always BougL and which haS been ill use for over 30 years has porno the signature of lpertierclecclt All Counterfeits Imitations and Just=as 4igi are buts xperiments that trifle with and endange t health off Infants and Children Experience against IpGiimeatJ What Is CASTORIA astoria is n harmless substitute for Castor Oil l a8 goric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant 1 1 tc oontainssubstance Its age is its guarantee destroys Wornr kirritl allays Fcverisliness cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic relieves Teething Troubles cures CoustJpatio iitid Flatulency tft assimilates tIle Food regulates tho I t Stomach and Bowels giving healthy anti irartural sleep The Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend i GENUINE CAST RIA ALWAYS Bears the Signatmre of The KM You Ml Always BougHt In Use For Over 30 Years THE 77 CRY t r- The ShattRoiit to Texas One reason 7rly travelers Texas go- dvia Memphis nd the What the Robinson Thermal Bath Cabinet Will Do IT WILL appeal to your intelli gence lIT WILL clean all impurities from the skin IT WILL purify the blood and liver IT WILL cure kidney trouble IT WILL make beautiful complex ranIIT WILL cure rheumatism IT WILL relieve ladies irregularities IT VI LL relieve ladies of monthly pains IT WILL sure catarrh IT WILL cUte const ipa tion iT WILL free the s temofto bacoo IT WILL give utv life to every organ 0 IT WILL cltre the worst colds IT WILL relieve the system of the cfTects litjuor IT WItL relive all congestions IT WILL glee nua better bath than any water on earl r- fiTWIIvLbe endorsed by every honest ph siciau For Sale B- yJ P LECI1LEITIR MT VKKNOX Ki7 l Take ihe S1rxAL fid get all the news all the time from all over count a 1dSthL 4 tiL ji r and has sonal sUP Allow no oil J to JoU ill ttifia It It It to of of Cotton Belt Route is that the Cotton Belt is from twentyfive to fifty miles shorter v thanrOther routes tlrf1fhissaving in distance r makes a corresponding saw L l ins in time Cotton Belt trains carry Pullman Sleepers tt night Parlor Cafe Can during the day and Free Chair Cars both day and night Write and tell us where you are going and when you will leave tttj WI will tell you the exact cost of a ticket and send you 3 ccnif sth due for the trip We will also send you an interesting kite book Trip to Texas f L PA CIMB srat GP ITA SI WJ fc r 45 Wiat Is Up Now =o A NEW STORE AT CUMMfNS IST ND FRANK JONES 1i j CHEAP STORcfa Arbuckle Coffee Mjq Best GretuiCofTee ra ei itjitcLion C flIGranulated Sugar 6 c w i Light Brown Sugar 61 0 Best Dry Salt Meat toe pureLeaf Lard locINice Meal in market Joe Best Patent Flour osb Second best patent flour hoe Best shipstuff i for 300 lbs California Hams per lbre Canned Goods 84 to rod Uneeda Biscuit fresh per bdxJ5C2 Ibs soda for c- iMers Hats 750 tip Ladies 250 s1 oe now 200 Gents 250 sh enow 209 t Mens and Ladies solid shoes 125 Clothingnjen suits from 300 p All grades calicoes this week 5r3C rjMens Hose aft as cheap as m cheapest Goods delivered in lij part of town at your door SATURDAY is my bargain day at iCummins stand Livingston Ky When you want a modern tifF todate physic try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They are easy to take and pleasant in ef feet Price 25 cents Samples free at Theo wests drug store Vt f tirSamtfeliVll VoodYhasi t cefved a refet HI a erase of a child wb behJg swathed in cotton Iti seedol1 abismuh subnitateaiaQ wrapped inra Quilt as a treatnjfect for superficial burns perished ty the spotaneous combustion of the dressing VitLVernon Signal Mt VERMON Kv June 7 1901 f t 0mr LOUISVtJC 6 NASHVILLE riR CO TIME TABLE v Jnorth 1105 a n- ii25 South 145 a n11 j TAS LAXDRUM Agent riaec1 Entered ntJtbr Mt Vetnilly Postoffice oDOclnss mail matter t PAASOrflCIAEhlauf Lodge lay 10 A lit 7 v CHURCHES ChrJstiimfoda services 1st Sri Sundaj at 11 ani and attf30 p ui Presbyterian HoWs services on the 2nd and 4th Sunday moriiing end tveniiig Baptist Church Services on the Second Saturday night afiid Sunday Suuday School at 9 a in every Sunday Prayer meeting on Tuesday nichts Eersojials =0 R L Brown is in Somerset this week on legal business Jeff P nnitJ ton was in Living ston die first of the week 1 L Deuhaui and W M Fields went to Louisville yesterday Mr and Mrs J T Gentry are with relatives here this week L T Stewart was here Wednes day measuring up borne lumber d Pjof J S Repper the Sage of- Ravenwood was here yesterday Miss Berda Martin went to Crab Orchard yesterday to visit relatives Attorneys J W Brown and B T Belhurum were in Stanford Ion dav Miss Rhoda White left Monday for garic st r pJ eJt pe praIW- eeks Mrs Brack Graves of Livings ton was visiting Mrs M J Miller Tuesda rfand Mrs J H Fish are vis iting Mrs Fishs parents at Wil Jiamsburg Miss Bessie Houk spent Sunday tin til V duescay with friendsat Maretbufg George McCarthy the efficient line repairer for theL N was here Tuesday Mr Charles Redd Sr of Crab Orchard is very lois and not ex pected to live Dr John S Cooper passed through from Crab Orchard to Livingston Tuesday Mrs Luther Christensori of Lex ington is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Jasper Rickles James Hall late of this county but now located Decherd Tenn is at home for a few days J J Thompson of Preachers viile wlib has ben sick for some time still continues ver 111 J H Bloomer of near Wood stack and J M Ct other of Level Green were here Satiirdy Mr A Bastin 6f Crab Jrcliaf dy was here a short wliile Wednesday and kindly remembered the Signal judge P D Colyer went to Crab Orchard Wednesday to see Mrs Colyer who is there for her health Miss Minnie Thompson daught er qff Samuel Thompson passed through to her home in Pineville yesterday Miss Lucy Heary a charming yisiter of Miss Bessie Miller lefi Tuesday for home in Versailes Several aching hearts are left be hind John feish Jr who has been lo cated at I dgfield Junction has been transferred to Bowling Green He is a son of Mr and 1frsHR Fish oficthis place Judgl and Mrs James D Black passed througli en rotitrto Dan yule Tuesday to attend the com mencement exercises of Caldwell College Miss Gertrude their bfd est daughter is a member of the graduating class AV v 4 it J 1S W 0 Bradley was the IEXGov speaker at the Berea College commencement Vednes xbyUr and Mrs M Penuiuglon attended the conmieiicenjent exercises of the Bereu College Wednes UaS Judge Williams went to Louis yule yesterday 10 meet his mother who has been to last St Louis on a visitJ Towery deputy state Or ganjzer fprthe Ivlaccabees returned organI JIdgeIattending the lat school of the University of Virginia parsed through to his home yesterday LOCALS DEAD =Mr D W Vandeveer End aged an4 highly respected cit izen of Stanford died Sunday FINEDGeorge McLenibre was fined in county court Saturday 25 and cost and ten days in jail for carrying concealedweapons Remember the cheap rate to Cincinnatiover the 1 N to morrow night and every two weeks there after during the season STOPS THE COUGH AND WORKS OFF TE COLD Laxative BromoQuinine Tablets cure a cold in one day No cure no pay Price 25 cents PLEACHING Rev D Harts field of Nclsouville Ky has beeii employed t preach at the Christian church the 1St and 3rd Sundays in each month commencing wih July TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure E W Groves signature 1Son each box 2CtS 1dOPEING BALiJ7 The Opening Ball of the Crab Orchard Springs will take place Friday evening June 14th Ane Orchestra from Lexington will be present and a general good time will be had ACQurTlEDWilliam Sears soninlaw of James Arnold of this place was acquitted at London Sat urday for the murder of Henry Larue John Arnold indicted for the same offense was dis charged without a trial INsATETotnClark age about 48 years living near Climax was brought here Tuesday night tried andadjudged to be insane andwas taken by deputy sheriff H L Tate to the Lexington Insane Asylum Wednesday Y RESOLUTIONS o At a meeting of the bar of Mt Verilbn Ky on the 1St day of June 1901 Hon T Z Morrow was made chairman and Circuit Clerk James F Griffin was chosen as secretary The purpose of the meeting was to select a conimittee to draft suitable resolutions on the death of Hon R D edok and Hon John K McClary who were mem bers of this bar- On motion the Chairman ap pomted W Alc fn G W Mc Clure B J Eethurtim and RG Williams a committee who report ed the resolutions RESOLVED Ithat id the death ofour brothers Hon Robt D Cook and Hon John K McClary this bar lost two of its most highly respected and most deafly beloved members 2ndThat we deeply deplore their loss and tender tneir sorrow stricken families our deepest and sincerest sympathy in their sad be reavement3rd these resolutions be spread at large on the order book of the Rockcastle Circuit Courtf that they be published in the local papers and a ccpy bceft to the families of each of the deceased members of this bar JW ALCORN rB J BETHURUM JO W McCLURE W v RG VILLIAllSJ J LoiMr George McCarthy lost between ML Vernon and Strks Quarry a pocket book containing some railroad passes and a 20 con federate bill any one finding sime wouldconira great favor by Icav m it at this office To THE PEN Ueputy Sheriff H L Tate took William Prest n to the Frankfort fcenitentiarv Mon day Preston having been given a1 intoIstone ones at LiviugI IFIRJ W Tate secretary of the Rockcastle County Fair Associ hiIJorDledAug 21 2 2 and 23 This promises to be the best fair we have ever had and every one should lenda helping hand and make it as a gret- a success as possiole I COKE OviVnnderstarni that there is some probability df Pine Hill having a coke Oven Mr Metesser is at the head of ute movement and Mr J A August who was here last week says there is sonic chnnce of getting it started The capital necessary to start It will be about 250000 Just received a brand new stock of Singer machines to sell on small payments cheap for cash 30 days trial free Have a new stock of needles ofall kinds shuttles bands oil can and high gradoil andeverything that belongs to sewing machines Repairing of all kinds done supplies sent by mail post paidV M OWENS Mt Vernon Ky DELEGATES APPOINTED Judge Williams on last Monday appoint ed James I White William F Me Glary W J Sparks Jasper N Brown Rev A J Pike Jas W Moore T C Johnson A VV Stewart George Ketronj R M Johnson W C Mullins W H Carmical Dr John S Cofoper B brfNort S H Martin delegates to the GOOD ROADS coiivntion to be held in Louisville on the 27th and 28th of this mouth The various ques tions pertaining to good roads and how to obtain them will be full and ably discussed The L N will furnish a one half fare rate for all delegates The trip will be both pleasant and profitable Every dehgate selected should go as this is the most important question that the citizens of Rockcastle bave to deal with The Signal urges every delegate from this county to go and take an interest in this question and convention MACCABEES =The reception given at the Joplin House last eve ning by the Mt Vernon Tent was one of the most enjoyable occasions it Has ever been our pl asure to attend All Maccabees throughout the county were invited to attend but owing to the inclemency of the weather the number present was not as large as it Would otherwise have been Every lodge in the county vas epresentedeept Brodhead inducting the t O T M of Livingston which sent a del egation of nine viz iM sdames W R Dillion W R tar E Fish back J A MuddIH Roller J C non McKinney Sarah Owens G Tf Ballara and W J Childress Dr W J Chil dress arid G M Ballard represent ed the rfL O T M of Livingstqn Tom Mink James pony and JI J Towery from Wildie and P H Shiitts from Level Green In ad dition to the M t abees which numbered afeoutntty a large num ber of guests paitotik of the elegant repast rich had been sd carefully prepared und r the supervision of Miss Elf Joplin arfd the delignt ful way in which every one was ntehained made it an especially enoy Bie evening When vill be lue next re eptiOn lilViMQStONo Mrs L Smith is quite sick at the Rtversiae Emsion t HrsjT Btankenship has been very sick during the past Week i JaraesElmors anc little son of fc 1i i1 iik i 2 fCorbivisited E S Elmore Sin Mrs Grant Hilton has returned from a visit with relatives at Pine ville Mrs M Pettit and daughter Lela visiteVl relatives near Wildie Sunday Leonard Bethurum of Mt Ver non was tlie gursi of W R Dil lion Sunijiay j IG M Ballard john Wes Biker wife and dauglker Miss Annie were in Berea this week Mrs Lettie DayheiiF and two childrei of Cincinnati are visit ingni El oreon Mr Carrie Graves and Mrs Marylinvile visited irj4 Mt jVerT non Mondky and Tuesday i There was a dance at tli2 Mulj lirs Hotel Saturday night which was enjoyed bv the young folks 1lrs Erank Jones and son and Mrs Bettie Masqn attended the atruesdayIson aud daughter Mrs avr Ballard this week Misses Fannieaud Bessie Sparks 01 Mt Vernon were the guests of their uncle R A Spatks Sunday and Monday Uncle Mod Muliins Miss ily Mullins and Mrs Sue Barnett of Crooked Creek were intqwn shop ping Wednesday John Howell X Griffin and John Wesley Jackson returned from their fishing trip had their usual fishermans luck Dr and Mrs Cooper were calledIto Crab Orchard Tuesday serious illness of Mrs Coopers father Charles Redd Sr Lewis Elmore our clever little neWs and brother and sister- JtrJnifee and Josephine are visit ing relatives near Stanford Mrs Emerson Rice of Lebanon Junction who has been visiting atthe Rice Hotel is visiting the fanuiiyolW M Fields at May wood Among the Lady Maccabees who attended the banquet given them by the Mt Vernon Lodge at the Joplin House were Mes dames Ballard Owens Mudd Fish back Dillion Burnes and several others whose names we failed to get Two BxrLsWe know of two bills one Republican and one Dem ocrat They are both good bills one is Bill Dillion and the other Bill Mullins of Livingston Rock castle county We have known these Bills for years and no better men ever lived On a little fishing trip last weekj we had the honor of being the guest of both of them at the same time We alternated be tween them Dillion runs a saw mill hotel and regulates the river Mullins runs most of the town and regulates what few Democrats there are in the county The Gate way Sentinel Winchester ri2LZbis slimature is on every box of the iiiilnc Laxative Bromo Quinine rfib1et the remedy that eons a cold 6n ono day BloodWe oa it We thrive or starve as ourblood is rich or prior There is nothing else to live oh br by- When stfength is full an l spirits high Weare beingrc fished bone muselend brain in body andlmind with continual flow of rich blood This is health When weak in lov spirits no cheer no spring when rest is not rest and sleep is not SlCeIarestaiecl our blood is poor there is little nutri ment in it Backof the blood is food to keep the blood rich When it fails take Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Pil It sets the whole body going againman woman and child If on liave not tritvt ccdc fpcc jsainplcv its agreeable tasit vill nvinscyoiuv SCOTT t DCY 1 f iitni i ti- 409451Llrrt cct c York i t 11Ei7lc i711gi 6 CaHFRITHJTBRODHEAD KENTUCKY = =cop =today COME tomor row COME any time But for your own in terest be sure to come tintlIrou ufWe win save You Time and Moaey Can goods 8 Me 2 ft Rolled Oats cr 1 Big Bar ains inC- LOTHING SHOES HATS DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS TupBy Bottom BETTER GOODS ATLOWERPRIC1- STHANYOUAN GET ELSEWHERE TIN to and W ACH ByI Coffee I2cCoffee I2C Good Coffee roe to 12 Flour Plain Family 300 GnuVulatcd 100 Brown lbsioo iSyrups per gallon 7 Cakes of D Boone IOC Coaldil lest per x8c Calico best 5C HIGHEST COUNTRY PRO NEW Just From the Nothing Old I SONS WWiTFiu Jhcml Qualities FRITH- gArbuckles 12GC- lliLioll 440friour wILiJ JUST OPENED GQODS Everything KRUEGER ST NEAR R i yXispdsand Notiuns Newest Styles Fashions at Lowest tprlG1DS t c J GROCERIES AND fROVISIONSR- 11ottom at Prices i capf3 aTd fo PRICES v 1 Iji nlarketl low POYNTER will have charge and Gladly itqn you t J CANT Afford f TO PiTHE man who says that forgets that painting j5rdefiy done is economy the fact is he cant afford NOT to paint HOW often require to paint is largely dependent upon the paint you use The Sherman Williams paints out last others are the most economical paints you can use they cover most and wear longest Add to this their good appearance you perfect S HERMAN Wlly LIAMS PAINTS They are made for many different kinds of painting What ever it is you want to painta house or anything of out of the house we make the right piitfor that particular purposenot one slapdash mixture for all JBSTSOLD BY C H FRITH KY r feeSTftURftNT 1 IGROCERY CORFECTIDTOY J FISH Prop 4 MBALS tI at all hours W NICE COOL IceCream Candies Nuts Fruits Ganued Grfods and BREAD al by the Depot and Dry otiOllS Boots and Shoes and goods found ina gene JUST Goods I When the quantity of food taken is too large or the quality too heartburn is likely to follow so if the digestion 13s1 food Let six hour Run Aer 10W Prices l High CORRECTED WKEK H Coffee Green C Sugar 161bs Light Sugar 17 300 Soap gallon Grades PAY price City New SOUTH SIDE MAIN R DEPOT and Hats qRtf WARE JCAT1 Abunclicncp down DAVE 7 im and you They because and paintsTHE in BRODHEAD jfrdfce MD o HENRY 0 fti GroJ ceries FRESH nrit1Its lio1t1is Provisions always onliandi 1ii3t3 Go To A BRYANTS FUR ALL kinds Fancy Groceries all store HEARTBURN rich and especially freel90tleasily thoroughly IfC ofStaple MT VERNONf KY FIT have the elaps between meals and when yptt fee11J fullness and weight in tbi region of the stomach after eating j indicating thatowha eaten tob tmuch take oneydf phaml rainsAift StOmach and Lige r Tabrets andtllte Ji Ifeartburn ave woided For i j KITVERNDN ro TKEFR5N rl y i pr t MO N LVTALK ICiUK ADAlIS OHI PS the the as it to so it a Reliable the jour t are usUptoDate A = =MARKETS Corrected each week by Houk J Adams Mt Vernon Ky tArbuckles Coffee 126c Lion Coffee 124 c Greentinfke Flour No i per barrel 4ob Belle of Lincoln per brl 400 lDaisy flour per barrel 425 Labelle flour 45 pry salt meal per Ib qcc Country urea smoked Ire iDan l Boone Soap 3 cakes 5C Star Soap 3 cakes roe Rice No i per c t Granulated Sugar per Ib 654c- ExtraI Light Brown Sugar Ib 6cCaramel gal h Shipstuff per hundred Calico all the best brands 5C It Calico all cheap grades 5C under Can goods SJic Clothing suits 2 soc lo 1250 Lard lie in small lots roctr in 50 lb lots or more Millet hay on hau v itEggs per doz c Feathers per Ib 40 i Coal oil 10 i5c b 10 tbs Keg soda I i5c u LEON A 7 THE ALL JMAKE no mistake See that my head is on every package of LION COFFEE r you buy It its purity No coffee is RnFFFFLsuii unless it is ina J pound sealed packet with the headof a lion on the front Then you get pure coffee the grade for the money IInevery package of Now Prices Shriek list no or to the list out of is is CO OHIO for a one 3 year old 24 J H 7 4t Ky will sell niy sit 5 on for k b and out iu it first C May 31 tf Tate of he leas a cow 25 of had had all it the of a cow to c f v J M to Jke x Crabi J sold as the t rjr L t Values Are flying Original Prices and many are Bargains will bring you backagain again and again tis to you Bargain Old HOME IOJ216cT4C15CI61c Sprup f new it j and at pi n may which which 0J number high Durham Address Jtilie Woodstock privately Hated creek good dwelling buildings watered good young orchard bearing Address JNO CU1IiII Signal jW which gave quarts milk ftertl wanted Tlrisis Craig Herriiii Orcfjard alwr5e Qiilli Jhffalmj I known tf BluUiiis at in Quality but to the Minute in Style hnost wIthin reach ofa pauper WE goods picked by and lbIn 5co EEoci Drop Brodheadpsays BiLt A Striking Featureing Fine Shirts Hats and Caps Boots and Shoes ices that will you Our Store a to will see new sty les to our list all a of our that sales and small Our Motto i J LONG WALK Good are not trade but Every stylish astonish ispeople money saving opportunities because determination qnick profits predominates LIRA ISAa smoother and a cut rate for a of the at ii Shoes 75 f to suit all the trade i MENS SHIRTS Linnens shelves the groaning Mens Boys Suits Suit You cheap AGENTS all kinds implements Machines Fertilizer LUXURY WITH REACH guarantees highest SALEIbave SI iWatch pur next r ttJ t I LION Up Neckwear advertisement COFFEE a woman contribute happiness comfort simply cutting Lion from excellent r BLOOMER Skaggs leave v i Micjih article j near to A B Sams for T bought Me a horse fari25v R A Dodd 2 600 bushels of wheatofMrf v x ley at 72ctsV per lJessamin j uri it i iI If r Railsback i a doubla loadof were bought at an average i ir Vail as agent for of Chicago bought of Perry b Lester In perIcattle a jagedli3dlhs the total price thousand dollars Democrats Ilen 11 2 Upp 0 L t 1itiv ek to itt Fi4I 0 the dumping the wholesale Fashionable Wonder Stock added and good easy Shoe will help to make J B heres part journey least t FROlyl 25cts go shirtless at figures 20cts bets per yard to dress a table out and out Come and get pick of our under the loads and ro 2 50 to 12 pants of gg to for DEERING Harvesting HORSE 6 OF Brock which CO 1r need from look store that will Brand Why ha- sUON become leader of coffees ons Because it does not sailunder false colors It is an clean pure coffee No glazing no coating Withegg mixtures or in to hide imPer- fectionsJ a of LION and you will under stand reason of popularity ouwiI1 fully illustratedand descriptive 1 No housekeeper in fact man boy girl will fail find in some article which will to theit and convenienteandwhichthe have by a certain number of Heads wrappers our one pound sealed packages the only form In this coffee sold WOOLSON SPICE FOR sale grade Bull farm Dry well calf kind sold of for 48Qu jV find farm Maretbnrg 600 W Short of Mrs purchased Sam Bark this bush shippfrSatur day deck hogs IDemocrat Meter stopcattle and will bf about fit Winchester Jiis Sllki bh lWl wav not these the the up oO all you farm SHOE now the all order Just the its the the y Jetts at 73 cts A B Scott and others sold their old crops in Ver t jsailles at same A Cohen bought 350 lambs Monday from Jas Henton Thos Henton Crutshef Bros and Hieatt Bros rand 5 cts for June coth delivery Ryley and Collins of Pinck ard have engaged L S Johnstones growing crop of wheat at 65 cts They bought JB Owens old crop ercd tFort Garrett Wood ford Sun A Tiu izn iE EXPLOSION Of a gasoliie stove burned n lady here frightfully writes N E Palmer of KJrfeman la Thebes doctors couldnt heal the run ning sore that followed but Buck lens Arnica Salve entirely cured- her Infallible fJr GutsT Corns BrniFesSkiu Diseases land Piles Jc fit aji qrtHtit t Yz Z ri kfY t is i l The Home of New Ideas LOW rid Still from that comes goes Land Table place t IItIf view the large I to select from and all a little Mens from2v Ferron Pi you to Everything and Over and assortment sizes COFFEE package inIabsolutely chemicals try package CeFrEE TOLEDO week pricJoe deliveryI tat qresBoilsi Prices4a COURT CALENDAR COUNTY COURTFourth Mon day in each month- QUARTERLY COURT Fiist Monday in January April July and October- CIRCUIT COUPT Second Monday in February Fourth Monday SepIThird Monday in each month IBig Four BUFFALO ROUTE TO PANAMERICAN EXPOSITION r rc 1901 4 lC3C X BEST LINE 3f TO Indianapolis Peoria and Chicago cheerfully furnished on application at City Ticket Office BIG FOUR No 213 FOURTH AVENUE or write to BJ GATESj General Agent LOUISVILLE Ky UNNECESSARY Loss OF TIME Er W S Whedon Cashier of the First National Bank of Winter set Iowa in a recent letter gives sonic experience with a carpenter in his employ tha will be of value to other mechanics He says I had a carpenter working for me who was obliged to stop work for several days on account of being troubled with diarrhoea I men tionedto nun that I had been sim ilarly troubled and that Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarihpea Remedy lead cured me He boughtl a bottle of it iron fhe druggist here and informed me that one cured hith7i aneisaganj w doseI work For sale by TheQ Druggist fl r Old Newspapers ate thisoffice fpi trr 25 cents perrjinvcd e v J v jIr ir i X1 I SUITS for for jackets INFORMATION All Kinds of Jewelry not the commoo inferior grade but nice jselect lot every piece carrying a guarantee it Hardwareall marked down to a small margin of profit Great Quantities To Our Country Friends we say x in and see when in town bring pro ti duce and the result will be satisfaction to yourself and to usri who will ever try to show an appreciation of your patronage hADAMS Jt Main Street Mt Vernon Ky H Phone 252 t i Insurance of all kinds Call at the Signal office Mt Vernon MLMYERS DENTIST MT VERNON KY OFFICEAt the Rice property PHONE No 38 P A PennIngton D D S D DENTST- N W Cor Third and ChestnutSts- LOUISVILLE KY Will be at Miller House Mt ernon during all Circuit CourtsI RA JONES DENTIST STANFORD KY Phone No Office over Higgins McKenneys Store R G Williams WIR L BRO STN- ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KEFTUCKY OFFICEUp stairs iu old brick hotel opposite Court house Special attention given to col lections IC C VTil Banes Attorneyat Law MT ICY ofl0The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church street Special attention given to collections GV MCCIURE J W BROWN McCL Q D BROWN Attorrieys atLaw Mr VERNO KY 1 All business entrusted to our care JyfrfiwillOffice foo1ivN68 in xhe old Bricki Hotel i 1ri igi t fit a Prince Tinware Saddles Harness of all Kinds collarpads saddle blankets Chi ia and Queens ware Stoneware S to select from fCone us your No R M 48 VERNON hit Furniture and Undertaking leA full and complete stock All- Motteorders filled promptly Best goods and lowest prices j A Mullins Son Successors to Blanktnship Mulltos LIVINGSTON KENTUCKY MULLINS 1IOTEL Furnished with Every Convex ience nnd Comfort John Farmer Prop LIVINGSTON KY SAMPLE rooms for Commercial men Miller House HUGH MILLER PROP R- Headquarters i fOtf Commercial Men Porter at all trains hf The Veranda tj Hot Il t JOSEPH COFFEY PROPR v r Stanford Ky Specially equipped for traveling men Sample room on first floorB- ath rooms free to guests tc RATES 200 per day Hotel Frith it ProprLocated i Bodhead KV Good Livery Attaehed t Meet all Trains Day and Night Traveling Men and Railroad tIJit omen Solicited Will fur 1 lunches for all trains i Yi t r l fIhr Frqncic2 Jt MONUMENTAl WORES il lI ji Ji r BrodbeadKJ 1 Granite and Marble Horiutnlntsc d i fAIT au dIombstonesFIRSTCLASS XT rFAC1 W GIVJRT = tii t tl hi t 514J j