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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f fI J u1LftRUU A 4 ri 4VOLUME n XV MT VERNON ROCICASRLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY JUNE 14 1901 U f R 38 n TELL I17YFRIRIVDS TO lIl BRAVE AIFJ FEARLESS AND LUYAL TO THE GREAT C01I ION PEOPLE rt ws Items Barholuvi11e is to have a 30000 Baptist college Taxable property in Kentucky increased 14932158 At Pioneer Tenn O B Byrd shot and killed John David Sir Walter Besant the novelist died in Hampstead England President McKinley has decided not to be a candidate for a third termRobert Viliiams Buchanan a British poet and prose writer is deadJudge S W Hager of Ashland will be a candidate for Auditor of State The Hustonville Fair date has been changed to July 31 Aug i and 2 A fire destroyed the pump house at Jackson Miss causing a water famineThe physicians report that Mrs McKinley is very slowly gaining strengthThe pottery inter ests of East Liverpool Ohio were Consolidated III a headend collision on the Land N ne ax Colesburg Ky seven men were A injuredIIbuilt for Union College at Barbour ville this summer The school census of Pulaski shows that there are 11176 or IQ more than last year Cashier R M Jackson of London has been reelected captain of the London company The cornerstone of the new Jrf asonic Temple at Louisville will be laid on St Johns Day While witnessing base ball game at Richmond Len Chellis 18 was struck by a ball and killed Seventeen lives arc believed to have been lost by the explosion of gas in a mine at Port Royal Pa Lord Kitchener says the number of Boers killed imprisoned and surrendered during May totaled 2640 The cruiser New Orleans has been sent to look after the interests of citizens of the United States in CoreaIt reported in Washington that Senator Depew will be married this summer to a widow who is now aboard Five hundred New York Central machinists have gone bacK to work in obedience to orders from their headquarters James A Hamilton was killed by his wifes paramour Robert Arey at Newport 0 and Arey then committed suicide Shipments of cars locomotives rails and bridge steel to Ecuador from the United States have commenced in enormous quantities It is said the shipbuilding company at Newport News will shut down on account of the machinists strike throwing 7000 men out of workShriners are pouring into Kansas City by the thousands to attend the twenty seventh annual meeting of the Imperial Council of the Mystic Shrike Mrs Amelia G Scholz was granted a divQrce at Indianapolis from former Treasurer of State Frederick J Scholz and was given 50000 alimony The Alabama Constitutional Convention adopted the first part of the new onstitution creating a Lieutenant Governor and prescrib ing duties tenure and salaries Louisville and Kentucky dole gates to the Supreme Lodge Knjghts pf Honor are at Mil waukee to attend the sessions There are 3000 knights in Ken V i ifrijirji POSSOM HOLLER LEVEl GREEN II omitted ritin o last week as you no doubt are aware by now Ve have had alternate sun and showers work labor and rest for a fortnight until I am beginning to feel somewhatly improved in health Iur of the children are in Cin today They went to see tbe Zoo which I am informed is considerably larger than an elephant Betsy is gone to Pulaski county her original horae the place where she and I courted and sparked in lour innocent daysO if I could but recall the time and the even one short year ot that blissful life over 1 would givea mine of gold if I had one to give but alas all the gold of Ophir the silver of Peru and gems of Golconda could not buy or cause the change but insteadwe see the shadows of eter nal sun set to us on earth length ening at every turn tho how loth are we to confess it As I am alone 1 must not dwell upon thoughts like these but will change by asking the Signal correspondents to locate Ophir and Golconda for me I have often heard of them but have never been able to fiIcfeither on the map or in the Almanac Well Bro Dick I hereby and hereon announce myself a candi date for Supt of Schools subject however to the action of the re publicans in their primary I will accept a salary of 3ocyper annum donating the other 300 to the county for road purposes This will be showing my faith by my works and if the other magistrates or a majority of thenwill vote with me next Oct there will be por tions of the salaries of other county officers left with the people Come Bro Ballard what do you have to say You are one of the Physical CourtMy friend at Cooksbsas we are too poor to build good county roads pikes that our soil is worn out the timber bark c are gone Now this last part is true our timber bark c went and the owners realized very little for them and one of the greatest rea sons for this was the miserable roads over which we were forced to wagon in order to reach the rail road We could haul about one half as much over our roads as men could over good roads in the the summer and fall and only get in a day now and then in the winter We could also soon kill up a good team and wear out or break down a good wagon Now these are the most potent reasons why so many men advanced back wards financially when they for sook their farms for the woods and road but show me a man that stuck to his farm if it was worthy the name and in most of the cases I will show you a man living at home The fact in the case is simply this when a man wagoned over our roads the expense overran the profits and as he could not follow the life ofa teamster and run a farm at the same time the result was the farm fencing c necessarily went down But now the timber being gone men will return to their farms and build up again but I shall be too busily engaged in my canvass to devote much time to the road question un til the primary is over Now Jerusha Jane I want you and all the rest of the women to electioneer for me Betsy will make a few speeches for me and I tell you ifshe can speak for me like she does to me sometimes she will easily win my rage If Leather Pate will come out for me and 11 firmly believe he will he will do me much good Yours to win BUCK VARNON WALNUT GROVE 0 Will and Fred Isaacs are at home for a while from the south Miss Barbara Thompson who has been sick for 3 weeks is able to be up againMrs Lee of Honey Grove Tex is visiting relatives and friends in this p rtIAunt Betsy larcnm of near Estesburg has been visiting rela tives and friends in this part Who will get the eastern judge ship and when will the oil excite ment subside at Beaumont Texas Wonder who can tell the object of the supreme court in rendering the Porto Rica decision who gets pieMrs Susan Martin of Todd is visiting at her sons Win F Martin this week will visit at J H Bloomers next week Plowing and hoeing corn is the order of the day Sometime ago wf said you should hear no more ofus until we beard more of the R Rand we have received the glad news The road is located through this part and we will soon be in shape to start a town we expect a boom in the near future J F Vatsons mansion on his Buck creek farm is nearing com pletion he has already got his sets try on duty with his old style pistol Ihc sentry takes his seat on the doorstep and every 15 minutes walks around the house to see that every thing is all right Rev Smith filled his appointment at Woodstock last Sunday teaching a lesson of forbearance long seftering meekness patience and Brotherly love lesson taken from Jon 14 chapter Sunday school every Sabbath some very in teresting lessons being taught One question where do the spirit of the dead dwell until the judgment The question brought out the opinion of some of the learned divines and j yet all minds were not satisfied Well the teachers examination is over and the teachers are ready for strangeitions for instance the cow problem caps the stack One made the cow cost 30 another made her cost 500 and both get firstclass certificates Buck Varnon gets her off at 63333 thats getting things down pretty fine Buck we have some to sell at that price Well well some of the strutting peacocks at Somerset have seen their feet and their feathers have fallen The president of the old institution has taken the Bankruptlaw I tell you prosperity has struck Somerset hard this time and I say it is a pity it didnt fall hard en ugh to kaoclc him and some more of the rascals Bankrupt sure enough so they wouldut have to send their souls to torment on account of swearing lies and taking the Bankrupt law If some good honest person could have the privilege of going to the bottom of their pockets they would find several thousand dollars in money which they have taken frpm the widows and little orphan child ren Such men should not have the pnvilige of tendin to their own business they ought to have guardians appointed to look after them but may be they wilt reap a rich reward in a hotter place than this for he can never be forgiven not by the people nor by their Creator Remember yoii shoulddounto others a9 you would have them do to you The Banking House has been sold for 5000 only half what it cost that is business e At Corbiu Saturday night Andy Cox of Knox county was killed by Marshal Wilder after Cox had probably fatally wounded him while resisting arrest for the shooting of David riirirx PINE HILLO Mr Stuart the lumber king was in town Wednesday Miss Nellie McFerron is visiting friends at Mt Vernon this week There is quite a fine lot of rough lumber being put on the yards here Messrs Martin and Sympsou vere up from Livingston last Sun day Mrs Sympson and daughter were in Louisville this week on business Mr John Hightower and son went to Coal Creek Tenn this week on business We had the startling sensation of maddog on our streets yester day but no one was hurt There was a peculiarly slick error niade in our last Pine Hill items Your printer made us say one of our charming young ladies came from Greasy Hilland we insist on a Correction to Breeze Hill Correction Greasy Hill seemed so much richer we chose greasy instead of breezy Typo Miss Saribrook of Livingston Miss Gladden Ewers of Mt Vernon and Mss Judith Sympson of this place composed a house party at the hospitable home of Mr and Mrs Brownlies at East Bernstadt and Monday evening the young society people of that town were invited to meet the young ladies They then assisted Mrs Brownlie in receiving and a few hours were most delightfully spent 1Iusic and refreshments were served At list the reluctant Rockcastle mountains have been forced to yield up their long hidden treasure and a woad ously fine vein has been discovered and tniningin the fielcii has begun in earnest Today a block of such dimensions that it required five men to load it on a wagon and it took two mules to haul it This MOCK can be seen at the Station Col August the pro prietor was here the past week looking over his interest be was very much gratified at the fine prospect Experts pronounce this by farthe best vein on this line of road Mr John Hightower the new operator says he has been in this business for thirty years and this is the richest and finest ein he has ever opened WABD0 Jas Wallen was at home Saur day and Sunday Jas Payne and wife are both very sick at this writing E M Cummins baby is very low with whoopingcough Married at the home of the brides parents May 25 Mr FPPrice to Miss Lovada Norton Rev H T Williams filled his regular appointment at Skaggs Creek Saturday and Sunday There was a Sunday School organized the fourth Sunday in May with Melvin Wallen as Superin tiudent and A J Cress as Secre tary We enjoyed reading brother Pikessermon in last weeks Signal very much would be glad if he would come and preach near us and give us the happy privilege of meeting one of his sermons face to face 8 A GOOD COUGH MEDIAE It speaks well for Chamberlains Cough Remedy when druggists use it in their own families in prefer ence to any other I have sold Chamberlains Cough Remedy forth past five years with complete satisfaction to myself and custo mers says Druggist Goldsmith Van Etteu N Y I have al ways used it in my own family for ordinary coughs and colds and forth e ough following la grippe and find it very efficacious Forsale- y Theo Wesley Druggist i 1HI BANK HP MT VERNflN KT VeRNON KYni IOPENED1900 J CAPITAL STOCK S15t000 S H MARTIN PRES A E EWERS YICEPRES W L RICHARDS CASHIER A B FURNISH ASST CASH KruegerGeoWe solicit accounts of firms and individuals Gtftrnl attention id given collections entrusted to us Our friends and patrons are invited to call when in1 own First National I3ank OF STANFORD KY Capital Stock 100000 Surplus 1804076 DIRECTORS- J W Hayden W P Walton J H CollleiM1 JClmorb G Rieci T P Hill S II Lau gimp W A rabble I1 Miller and S T Harris We solicit the accounts of the itjzcJtsf Rockcastle and adjoining counties assuring them prompt and careful attention to all busi ness intrusted to us Personal application and correspond ence with a view to business relations invited J S HOCKER Pres JNO J McROBERTS Cash er- A A McKINNEY Asst Cashier ir DANNIE OWENS UNDERTAKER Caskets Coffins Robes Etc Kept in Stock Orders by MailTelegraph or Telephone Promptly filled BRODHE Di KENTUCKY m l GO TO JONAS MCKENZIE- MT VERNON1KY for Everything in Dry Goods Clothing Boots and Shoos t ana General Merchandise BEST GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES i f WILLIS GRIFFINPr- actical 9 Undertlcer and FUNERAL DIRECTOR Mt Vernon Ky Keeps Coffins Caskets Robes Linen Bosoms Cuffs and Collars J furnish Metallic Caskets and have Embalming done on short no Y tice and easy terms Orders by telegraph rir telephone promptly attended to day and night THE PEOPLES DRUGSTORE r C4 C DAVIS COJ= DRUGS PATENT MEDICINES Perfumes Stationery Cigars Tobacco Paints Oils- TOILET ARTICLES PRESGBIPTIONS CAREFULLY C0MPOUNDDk MtVernon Signal FRIDAY June 14 1901 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR lIMO Adverti onrapplication ANNOUNCEMENTS lie are authorized lo announce Chesley Payne rfs a candidate for Magistrate in the Second district suhject to the action of the Repub iCU party WK the Devil being in charge would say to our friends we have t labored and waited patiently while the editor praised every mover against nry kingdom of wailers and gnashers of teeth My time lias come while the editor has gone 51 where the fugitives gQ So while he is gone we as your ruler as sume control and will run this issue as satan would have it run 1IThe Devil dout have much chance Y to rule when the editor is around for it keeps us busy fireing and making ready for the tipI when he shuffles offhis mortal and takes his place in the great fires beyond Delinquent sub scribers will be assigned to first class quarters in my kingdom with the editor always present to write them a fireproof receipt for all arrearages We have many things to encourage us by prospects of a larger accession to our regions- in the near future The long and t tedious personals in our core pondence is causing many to swear thereby outtiiig their souls at our disposal to sulphurate All these vexations are pleasing to us to have a chance to address my l subjects all the people and give them a cordial welcome to our In fernal regions prepaied for the editor and his enterprising staff of correspondents t k Judge B LD Guffy now on Appealsl1itical career Up to the war he was a Democrat during the war a Unionist at the close of the war he became a Republican left that party in 1876 and helped found the Greenback party in 1891 he blos ISi8jleGreenback ticket and in 1882 was teelected defeating a Republican In iSqi he was the People Partys nominee for Attorney General in 1894 he was nominated for Judge pf the Court of Appeals by the Re publicans of the second appellate district defeating the late Hon John Feland for the nomination and was elected in Nov 1894 de feating Judge Willis L Reeves the Democratic nominee Verily a good malt often hath reasons to change his mind CONGRESSMAN Vincent Boreing of London sizes up the Senatorial race by saying that it depends up on which party can make the big gest fool of itself He says that pit is almost impossible for the re publicans to get together on anyone question The time has com in both parties when the voters are becoming more independent and as a prominent leader of the Republi cat pliny said in this county only q r ra sbortrtime aio that it was the independent voter that saved the country THE Barbourville Pathfinder has found its grave and buried itself to the gratification of its few readers It was conceived iu the womb of prejudice utir sed ate the breast of hatred aud spite died aiiiotog the burning fagots of public contempt and was laid in the grave dug by its own editors in the potters field without a single mourner or a sympathetic follower THERE are 3828 millionaires the United States In the first closedrwere not more halfa dozen mmlhonire tun the land and two only Johnr J9bb4 Astdt and Clel1tlfcpnspicuotisr 0 v la t r r f t WE are glad to hear of the re nomination of Judge NT J Coyle for the office of county Judge of Jackson From what we hear of him his record has l een good and the law breakers have been put in tear We nerd more rigid judgeg With Judge Coyle on the bench there isgreat hope of running the moonshine element out of Jackson county Ir was not altogether unexpected for our generous friends W L Owens and David Hysinger wit Richjardrequest the Judge to grant Sowder- a clew trial This experience of Mr Sowder should be a dear and lasting lesson to him and should be a warning to all others COL BILLY BRKCKINRIDGH the Gold Bug addresses the Silver Beadles of Kentucky on how to save the Democratic party Well Billy why not come down in Rockcastle call a primary and ad vise the Radicals how they can elect 22 candidates to one office that of Jailor- FuGITIvE W S Taylor wants to distribute civil liberty papers down in the first congressional dis trict Why not come aud do it yourself Mr Taylor and be sure you bring Mr Finley along with you to see it well done wiselyIto move to practice his profession for which he is so well fitted He richly deserves and no doubt will soon have- a lucrative practice in Kentuckys metropolis IF Gov Sweeney of South Car olina has a little time to spare it might be well for hum to come up and settled some of the political muddles in Rockcastle It looks now as if we will have an all sum mer heat OUR sister town of Bereais bless ed with plenty of officers having two sets of police judges marshalls and trustees However Judge Kinnaird and his fellow appointees will win out Now comes the glorious news of another conviction in Clay county and one more criminal landed in the penitentiary Jet the good work go on- SENATOR Cbauncy M Depews idee of a third term for Major McKinley is enough to make or phans weep and widows mou- rnORLANDO W A Wood Sr Co are finishing up time basement to their store roomuG c5 Griffin was here Wednesday P W Clark was down from Climax TuedayGeo T Johnson was in Madison county several days this weekR H Hainni the grocery drummer was here during the weekD N Week of Berea was here on busi ness Tuesday A D Ball has put in his appearance after several mouths stay in Jackson county It is not strange to hear ofaman in this section deserting his wife or a wife deserting her hus band as several cases are reported HeReams is very busy farming and fishing odd spellsMrs Flora Bales returned to Madison county first of the weekWe hear school talk every day Teachers appear very anxious to teach in this sec tiou of the county They likely feel that they would be a mission ary in Southern laud if they could get the job p 6 CASTOR IAFor Infants and The Kind You Have ChildrenI Bears the- SIi1ature of A TERRIBLE EXPLOSION t Of a gasoline stove burned a lady here frightfully writes N E Palmer of Hirkman Ia The best doctors couldnt health run pitig sorejthat followed but Buck Tens Arnica Salve entirely cured J S Oorns1resariiPiles 250 at all druggists i LIVINGSTONo Mr and Mrs L C Smith are in Wildie this week Mrs James Frazier and family are visiting at Jellico J H Haganand family are mov ing to Crab Orchard this week Mrs Sue Mullins is visiting rel atives and friends in Indiana Mrs Annie Plmore has been very sink for the last few days The infant child of Robert Burns is very low with cholera infantum WR Dillion was in Richmond Sunday and Monday on business Ivjr and Mrs Henry Rice spent Sunday with relatives in Cincin nati j = Mrs J H Carter and children are visiting relatives in Nashville TennRussel Billion of Maywood vis ited home folks a few days this weekMrs J C Rineheart returned home to day from a visit in Crab OrchardMrs Rose visitedhomefolks at Pine Hill between trains Wednes dayRev Dickerson and wife of Lan don were the guests of Mrs Charles Stark Sunday Miss Vinnie Pike has returned home from a pleasant visit with friends at Pine Hill W C Mullins Shannon McKinney and John Wesley Jackson are in Paris this week Mrs W B Dillion and children returned home Saturday from a visit in Lincoln county Miss Lizzie Browning of May wood is a guest of her brother W H Browning and family John Magee and family and Mrs Sam Ward attended the burial r Miss Lena Wardat Lancaster 1SaturdayMiss Rose Childress of Orlando and Miss Rose McFerron of Pine Hill were the guests of Dr and Mrs Childress Sunday There was a strange epidemic among the statues at the Drug store Wednesday as several of them were taken suddenly ill Stub for instance The Lady Maccabees will give ani entertainment and supper Saturday night Every body is invit ed They will march and drill and also divulge some of the many se crets cf their orderI +SAVES Two FROM DEATH Our little daughter had an al most fatal attack of whooping cough and broncitls writes Mrs W K Havilandof Armonk N Y but when all other remedies fail edwe saved her life with Dr Kings New Discovery Our neice who had Consumption in an advanced stage also used this wonderful medicine and today she is perfectly well Throat and lung diseases yield to Dr Kings New Discovery ns tc no other med icine on earth Infallible for Cough and Colds SOG and STOO bottles guaranteed by all druggists Trial bottles free D Gallon of PURE LINSETr OIL mixed with u lallou of UfHultarl makcs 2 IiuOJll1A thax1uioaandmiX any boy cm do It It tim COmtoN SENSE lipalnteauboxaadeat mwud iCmPhr lUI byTHEQ II i IYernon i IKen utky CONWAY 0 W H Jones was here last Mon day on business W H Jordan was in Richmond last Monday on business Mr and Mr M H Jordan was the guest at A W Stewarts Sun dayCorn planting is mostly over and miller sowing is now in full blast Mr Robert Cook and his moth er were here last Saturday on businessGeo V Shockley was here last week sowing millet on his place near town Several of our citizens attended the commencement at Btrea last Wednesday Mr James Brooks has got the dog tied at last and reports no danger now LivingstonI Mr VT H Hammond of Dis putanta was here last Saturday on legal business Mr R L Brannaman who has been very ill for some time is much improved at this writing Mr Jessee Dyke has shipped his tanbark and is now assisting L C Smith in getting his in the car Mr Isaac Hardin returned from Hamilton Ohio last week where he has been working in a paper millThe protracted meeting held at Fairview church last week proved to be a success There were five additionsMrs Croucher went south on the train last Saturday She was going to her husband in Lau rel county Mr E O Amos passed through stoppedfof samples Mrs L C Smith spent the week in our town We are glad to see her able to acompany her husband to our town IN CUBA 1 where it is hot all the year round jgScotts Emulsion gj sellsbetter than any where else- in the world So dont stop taking JM it in summer or you will lose what you have gained 3v Send for a free sample Chemistsrr gioo all druggists IIF AjJUt = Lookjni1 YtARJyou To re storecolor use After using it your today a your mllrorf fjlywant f r j 1hnir gray hair for two last you AWi1QOF or three weeks notice how much younger you ap pear ten years younger at leastAyers Hair Vigor also preventsfalling splendid It cannot help but do these things for its a hairfood When the hair helpbutscalphealthy the disease that causes dandruff 100 a bottle All druggists lrhntverythilJ furtheApril 2V1S09 YarrowI- rbb e the Deet rr yt n lo not ol tiln all tlio benefits llCarwriterWJ C AT n Lowell Class j jIt m l ii 1i1ikltitlilhImlI Ij 9 c 00 l= Cjr jJ DItJf Ii jrylj ling llte Stoma 1S ardBmvcis of e Jt isf imIfo Prcnate DjgcslianChccfnIi f ness aild i estConkinS neit tert ItNOTLurotf izJ7Yuv ptr2rJiI1v as llxfn4 xielid Jitlt Ar Rey innf orov1akJotla liiol1l1ftld ltrhcdfutr- I S1J3Jt nuJr Aperfecl for lion Sour StomachDiarrhoca- Torms Convulsions Feverish ness amI JIOSS OF SLEEP mac Senile signature or NEW T YORK EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER What the Robinson Thermal DoI IT WILL appeal to your intelligence IT WILL clean all impurities from the skin IT WILL purify the blood and liver IT WILL cure kidney trouble IT WILL make beautiful complexion IT WILL cure rheumatism IT WILL relieve ladies of irregularities IT VILL relieve ladies of monthly pains IT WILL cure catarrh IT WILL cure constipation IT WILL free the system of tobacco IT WILL give new life to every organ IT WILL cure the worst colds IT WILL relieve the system of the effects of liquor IT WILL relieve all congestions IT WILL give you a better bath than any water on earth IT WILL be endorsed by every honest physician For Sale By LP LECHLEITER MT VERNON KY r fTake the SIGNAL and get all the news all the time from allover county and State I tJf rl 1Jji 1 p U ASTUtlli Ii Infants and Children lb Hif1 I8er aVtl I Always oght I Bears tlie I Signature i1 of 11 1I t tVI f7 hiAJtli9 In- Use For Over tilI rt Thirty fears 1j t ASTORIA THE CNTAUR New YOFlI IJrt Low latls to Texas At fre ent intervals dur ing 1901 round trip tickets will be sold via the- Oe11Qf Bslt Route ijfxpm Cairoan- djmphis to points IrvArkansas Louis liana Texas and Indian and Okla jfhOma Territories fafgreatly reduced ifates f ri Tell ishJ want to go also wKen you would like to leave and we will tell you when you can secure one 6f the lowrate tickets and what It will cost We will also send you a complete schedule for the trip and an interesting little book Trip to Texas jf F T f A Chcinnalf L 6P ant T A bds Ha Wtmt Is Up Now 0 A NEW STORE AT CUMMINS STAND FRANK JONES CHEAP STORE Arbuckle Coffee 1234C- Best Green Coffee I2fC 15CiLion Coffee I2fr- Granulated Sugar 6Uc Light Brown Sugar 6cBest Dry Salt Meat soc Nice pure Leaf Lard ice Best Meal in market 6oc Best Patent Flour 65C Second best patent flour 6oc Best shipstuff i for 100 lbs California Hams per lb 9c Canned Goods 8 J3 to IDC Uneeda Biscuit fresh per box 5C 2 lbs soda for 5C Mens Hats 750 up Ladies 250 shoe now 200 Gents 250 sh enov200t Mens and Ladies solid shoes 125 Clothing mens suits from 300 up All grades calicoes this werh 56c Ribbons Laces Ladies Hose Mens Hose all as eheapashe cheapest Goods delivered in any part of town at your door SATURDAY is nry atnCummins stand Livingston Ky F When you want a modern up todate physic try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They are easy to take and pleasant in effect Price 25 cents Samples free at Theo Wesleys drug store Dr Samuel E Woody has received a report of a case of a child who Being swathed in cotton lin seed oil and bismuth subn tate and wrapped in a quilt iisa treatment for superficial Burns perished by the spotanebus combustion of the t dressing 1 Mt VernOn Signal Mt VERNON Ky June 14 Igor t tm1LOl18VILLCd NASHVULC R R Cap TIME TABLE 34 north 1105 a m j 26 north rVi i3iam 23 south 157 P n 25 South 145 a in TAS LANDRUM Agent Entered at the Mt Vernoa Ky Post ottice 09 sec onaclnss wall matter MASONIC Ashland Lodge No 610 meets 2nd Sal lay 10 A la CHURCHES Christian Holds services 1st 3r Sunday ttllam and at 630 p in PresbyterianHolds services on the 2nd and 4th dunday morning and evening Baptist ChurchServices on the Second Saturday night and Sunday Sunday School at 9 a in every Sunday Prayer meeting on Tuesday ni ht- sPrsMla1I51 0 v AV Stewart was in Stanford TuesdayT Stewart returned from Centre College Sunday Mr H H Baker is visiting re latives in Lincoln county Miss Maggie Hansel will teach the Purcell school this fall Russel and John Dillion were up from Livingston Wednesday Mr W H Brown of Walnut Grove was in town yesterday Hon J N Saunders of Stan ford was here on legal business Rev A E Ewers filled his regu lar appointment at Pittsburg Sun day Mr S F Minter of Welshburg is visiting his sister Mrs W F WelshRobert White of Crab Orchard is visiting his brother James 1 White Mr B F Fuquay came in Wednesday morning from Anderson county MTr George DryVofrMiddleburg is visiting Mr and Mrs Theo WesleyTeed Hamm one of the clev erest Knights of the grip was here Monday Mrs W Ai Poynter is visiting her daughter Mrs R E Thompson of Lancaster Mr and Mrs France Curtis and Mrs Burk were up from Living ston from Saturday till Monday Master McKenzie Brown is here from Georgetown visiting his grandparents Mr and Mrs D N WilliamsMr E Houk and the editor of this paper paid a brief tyit pleasant visit tor relatives in Jamestown Ind Mr Granville Cummins was here yesterday after Dr Pennington his daughter Mrs Will Frank Sowder being very ill Miss Stella Deshon cf Crab Orchard and Miss Bettie Hen drickson of Brodhead have been visiting Miss Annie Owens Mr and Mrs W J Rider and Master Walter Miller left Wednes day night for an extended tiip to Washington and New York cities Mrs Sue Mullins of Livingston passed through here Sunday morning en route to Indiana for a two weeks visit to relatives and friends Samuel Fields writes from his new home at Jellico that he is getting along nicely This county can ill afford to loose such a good citizen as Mr Fields Come back Sam come back Charles Redd Sr is critically ill with heart trouble His daughter Mrs Dr J S Cooper of Livingston is at his bedsideDr Robert Redd is considerably im proved Dr W J Edmiston has been absent for some time treating andattending Dr Estes and wife of McKinney both of whom have been very ill but reported better Mrs Joe Rinehearl and family of Livingston are with Mrs M E- FishStarkr Fish apd familof H Louisville aJerisiUrlgrelatives ihere cor Interior Jourtaly Il1r P T Welsh of Louisville on a visit to the family orR A Welsh Mrs M C Williams of Stan fordwill arrive this afternoon to to visit relatives Miss Mamie Jones who has been attending school at Millegan Tenn has returned home J Henry Fish our enterprising restaurant man was among friends in Stanford Sunday Miss Lon Mullins of hear Liv ingston is visiting the family of Mr James Argenbright Judge and Mrs G W McClure are visiting their daughter Mrs W F Champ of Paint Lick Attorneys C C Williams and John W Brown were in Stanford on legal business Monday Misses Effie Meadows and Stella Highrower of Pine Hill were in town shoppingyesterday Miss Annie Owens of Maret burg has returned from a visit to Stanford among her iriends Mr W T Short the polite and affable Deputy Collector of this district was here Wednesday Miss Georgia McFerron one of Rockcastles most charming girls was here on a visit this week Mr Sam Pennington of Mingo Tenn writes the Signal and kind ly remits Sam is a good fellow Mr and Mrs James Reynolds of Pittsburg are visiting Mr Reyn olds mother Mrs Nancy Proctor Mr Jack Adams of Pant Lick spent Saturday and Sunday with Willis Adams family of this place Mr Wash Hansel was called to Lawienceburg Sunday on account of the serious illness of his son E D Hansel Miss Ellen Thomason daughter of William Thomason returned Wednesday from the blind school at Louisville John C Taylor the blacksmith has been suffering the past week from a severe injury received while shoeing a horse Mr and Mrs Walter Turpin were called to Langford Wednes day on account of the serious ill ness of Forest Turpins child John L Welsh of Louisville is visiting his grandparents Mr and Mrs Dolan at Pine Hill and aunt Mrs Richard Welsh of this place Miss Etna Hays who has been visiting at Thorntown Ind for the past four months returned yesterday and is now with Mrs S C Franklin Col W R Letcher of Rich mond is dangerously ill of pneu monia in Chicago He is very popular and his many friends wish a speedy recovery Messrs Sam and Wade Brown Mr and Mrs Peter Shutts Misses Mauerva Price lIae Sowder and Mae and Sallie Brown spent Sun day in Cincinnati Attorney R L Brown has form ed a partnership with the raw firm of Wesley Brown of Someret but will retain his office at this place where he will live Miss Mamie Ferguson a teacher in the Institute for the Blind in Louisville is at home spending her vacation Her many friends are glad to see her here again Messrs G S Griffin and Samuel McClure accompanied L W and B J Bethurura to Corbin last week to see about their brother Charles who was injured by a train Mr James W Tate the polite and accomidating secretary ot the Rockcastle Fair Association was here Monday night anj had this office to doa lot of printing for him LOCALS Dave Harrison was fined 500 at Brodhead Saturday for being drunk Mrs James Houk Jr gave the young folks a pleasant party Mon day eveningIDEADThe little child of Jvlr and Mrs Sam Reynolds of Pine Hill died yesterday morning Mr AJ Pennington is making some valuable improvements on his residence in the west end of town DEAD John Wickliffe Turpin son of Mr and Mrs Forest Turpin dJed Wednesday at 2 oclockand vas Ijtfed at Hazel Patch Yt stet= day afternoon t The Mt Vernon Band will play for a picnic at Mjddlesborough July 4th Telephone connection will be had with Corbin Barbourville and IWilhamsburg tomorrow J G Parsons of Berea IRev ach here the fifth Saturday and Sunday morning and evening this month STOPS Tim COUGH AND WORKS OFF TILE COLD Laxative BromoQuinine Tablets cure a cold in one day No cure no pay Price 25 cents EIOPED Mr Fred Isaacs of Walnut Grove and a Miss Ander son of Pulaski Station eloped to Jellico Wednesday night where they were married ARRIVEDThe Thirtyfirst vol unteer infantry of which George endington is a member has reach ed San Francisco after nearly two ybars service in the Philippines TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure BW Groves signature is on each box 25CtS We are informed by Dr J S Cooper that the Masonic celebra tion which was intended to be held at Livingston on June 24th will be postponed until later in the Sum merMOVINGMr B F Fuquay who has been operating a mill in this county for more than two years cutting plow and wagon ma terial is moving his mill to near Lawreuceburg f TRANSFERED James Argen bright section foreman at this place has been transferred to fore manship on the work train and Pat Fagan of Corbin will succeed Mr Arginbright INCEST Jack Lunce wasarrest ed by Deputy Sheriff Tate and placed In jail Tuesday night on charge of incest the child having already been born The case is set for hearing tomorrow IN COUNTY COURT rIn county court Saturday Sam Adams was fined Si and cost for drunkenness and 5 and cost for shooting on Sunday Charlie A Davis was fined 5 and cost for failing to work county road- NEGLECTEDO citizens how can you look upon spout spring and see its sparkling fluid andno tice filth dumped around itand other filthy surroundings without making a protest The only water supply furnished by nature so will fully neglected The health of the town demand it- AGREE1IENTContractor Miller of Corbin who will erect the new Y M C A building in that town was here Tuesday and closed a contract with Mr Jas 1 White to furnish all the foundation and wall stone for the building at the price of four dollars per cubic yard WON Kindrick S Alcorn son of Judge J W Alcorn of Stanford won the oratorical contest Monday Hisasubject was Groping in the Twilight IIHon John W Yerkes Judge Jas Deuton and Rev Mr McEwan were the judges Mr Alcorn will represent Centre College in the Lexington Chaulauqua contest to be held next month GoEvery delegate appointed from this county to the Good Roads convention in Louisville to be held on the 2jth and 28th of this month should be sure to effortais being made by the very best business men of Louisville to make this meeting a great success and larger delegations will attend from every county in the State There is not a man appointed but what can go and he most assuredly should for the benefit of our county and its roads INJUREDCharlie B Bethurum of this place who is an L N brakeman was sent out near Lilly to flag a train which did not arrive for some time Awaiting its ar rival be sat down on the track and went to sleep The train came and struck him hitting him on the head aud on the shouldei knocking him some distance from the track It was thought at first that he was seriously if not fatally injured However be is now much better and the attending physician Dr rarkerlayshe is sure tof re cover r zBRODHEAD y FAiR Brodheadwill hold three faira days commencing Aug 21 iDIEDJudge Vm Chenault eminent lawyerand jurist of Rich jniond died in Cu iio Monday We learn through Mrs W T Smith that there will be a Sunday School Convention here on June 28th and 29th DEADJust as eye go to press the sad news comes of the death diedITo BUFFALO The L N of fers the following low rates to Buffalo N Y on account of the Pan American Exposition Class A 2320 round trip on sale until Sept 30 limited until Oct 31st B 2055 round trip limit 15 days and class C 1645 limited I I days and good only for continu ous passage in each direction ISTNKEThe people of our town were greatly shocked last Saturday afternoon about 4 oclock on receiving a message from Lan casterthat our fellow townsman James I White suddenly went blind With sorrow our people remember that some time ago one of Mr Whites eyes went out and it would have been too sad indeed had the other become blind This man has been a great public bene factor Bravely has he stood for education morality andall kinds of public improvement About 6 oclock of the same day Mr White telephoned from Lancaster that it was a mistake that on rues day before the other eye had gone out but the vision finally came back Mr White is held in high esteem hour people and they wish him the rarest blessings and the choicest things of this life II WILD IE 0 Mrs Ella Franklin made a flying trip to Conway Tuesday A W Stewart made a business trip to Stanford first of week Ked Singleton was in town this week talking groceries to our merchants Mr Debusk the L N stock claim agent was in town first of week on business Miss Ita Proctor has been visit lug her sister was J A Wood of Orlando the past week Ham Jordan and wife of Conway were the guests of Mr and Mrs A W Stewart Sunday C S Carter and L T Stewart were down in Tennessee this week On a lumber inspecting tour T A Stewart who has been at tending college at Danville has returned home to spend vacation oUflmerchantssee Logue C S Carter of the CarterMann Lumber Co of Mansfield 0 was in town first of week the guest of L T Stewart Misses Minnie and Delora Fish returned first of week from an ex tended trip to Orlando where they had been visiting relatives and friends The weather has been so hot op Rastus this week that he couldnt get out and hunt up much news so you will excuse him for this time 7f This signature is on every box of tho genuine Laxative Bromo amine ITtub remedy that cures a cold ia one day HIS LIFE SAVED BY CHAMBERLAINS COLIC CHOL ERA AND DIARRHOEA REMEDY- I am sure that Chamberlains Colic Cholera jfnd Diarrhoea Remedy at one time saved my life says A E Lafalette of Gregory Landing Clark county Missouri I was in such bad hape that the doctors said I could not live When I was at this 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 I am still in good health Since then that medicine has always been in my house and always will be It is the Jest on f earth For sale Theo Wesley DruggistI Old 3STewspapers atthiSipfficefoiv s cents per lmndiredjt n rr = emH F R I T Hi iBRODHEAD KENTUCKY DO fAR =today COME tomor row COME any timelBut for your tere t be sure to come DONT BUY FROM US until preferdont fail to see US before you buy We will save You Time and Money oatsliSc jloAND NOTIONS We M You On Top BheijBOBBom BETTER GOODS AT LOWER BRICES THAN YOU CAN GET ELSEWHERE taken been easily ==lilt Will ray YOU to Run tfter ThemI Low arid Qualities CORRECTED EACH WEEK By C FRITH Coffee Lion C IL c d izffcGoodFlour I S bbloBelle Flour Plain Family 3 op Sugar Sugar 176 Ihs Syrups gallon 7 Cakes of Soap ice Coal Calico Grades 50 WILL PAY HIGHESt price PRO DUCE JUST OPENED 1 od NEW GOO lust From the City Everything Xev Nothing Old KRUEGER SONS eelIf I6lbsrooLi- ght SOUTH SIDE MAIN NEAR DEPOT Dry Goods and NotionsNewest Styles and Fashions at Lowest prices GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS Rockbottom Prices Hats Cap ootf5and hoes COUNTRY SMALL PROFIT PRICES TINW ARE In Abundance marked down low DAVE POYNTER will have charge and Gladly wait on you CANT Afford TO PaintTHE man who says that forgets that painting properly done economy and fact he afford NOT to paint HOW often require paint largely upon paint use The Sherman Williams paintsout last others They are economical paints you can use they cover most and wear longest Add this their good appearance and you have perfect paintsTHE WIL LIAMS PAINTS They are made for many different kinds of painting Whatever is want to painta house anything in out of housewe make right paint for that particular purposenot one slapdash mixture for all ESTSOLD BY C H FRITHBRODHEAD KY iee t7AW W iffSTfflh1NT GROCERY MD CONFECTIONERY J HENRY FISH ProtiMEALS at all hours NICE Drinks for the hot days ilceCream illkf1 of 0 R R s is to is to it or or J o 0 Candies Nuts Fruits Canned Goods Groceries and ProvisionslJ t FRESH BREAD always on hand ICE on hand for sale Come and be refreshed J in Basement old brick hotel opposite Courthouse y may 24 tf gbeBnieSfcitae 1 Go To A BRYANTSFOR ALL kinds Staple and Fancy Groceries Dry Goods and Boots and Shoes and all goods found in a general store JUST by the MT VERNON KY HEARTBURN When the quantity of food is too large or the quality too rich heartburn is likely to follow and- Esneciallysoy if the digestion has weakened by constipation Eat slowly and not tco freely of digested food Masticate the food thoroughly Tet six hours f I Prices i1 High H Arbuckles 12fc per dour Mt 400 Granulated Brown 100 per Sac D Boone Oil best per gallon ISC best FOR OS ST AT the is cant you dependent the you the most because SHERMAN you the the COOL Notions Depot 7 elaps between meals and when you feel a fullness and weight in the eatingIone Ghamberlainte Stomach and iver Tablets and ther h artburn rilay be avoided Foi i sale by Theo Wesley Druggist i r Jfl 1 S I1iTe VERll0ll- L TO THi FRtNTi fr c x rNLr LK Y Y MONEY TALK But Now Prices Shriek at J HOUK ADAMSJ J IPSW It to wt in in fit aV3iv a are not are us d r t HOME Corrected Adam Mt Arbuckles feu Coffee 10 I2I 014015 c 16 3c Flour No i per so Belle of Lincoln per brl 400 Daisy flour per barrel 425 Labelle flour 4 set OrVsalt meat per lb OQC Country meat smoked i rei- D ril Boone Soap 3 cakes N Star Soap 3 cakes rod Rice No i per Ib 7 34C Sugar per Ib 66c Extra Light Brown Sugar lb 6cSp thP Caramel gal bucket 350 Shipstuff per hutidred iioC 1icoall the best brands 50 t cheap grades S c under I t Inc in small lots locts in 50 lb lots or more Millet hay on hand Eggs per doz ScFeathers per lb 40 i Coal oil r 10 I5C 1 6 Ibs Keg soda 150 v Lanl Stock Drop 0FOR SL LEI have for sale a J imnber one high grade 3 year old tDurham Bull Addles r f T H BLOOMER i twillsell privately my farm sit i11 dwelling and out buildings well watered good young orchard in its first bearing Address C CUMMINS May 31 tf Signal Office Over 400 slopfed cattle the property of Fox shipped Thursday from Lebanon to Baltimore Md A trjaiu of 18 cars was required to transport the cattle This is the second big Shipment from Lebanon iii1 tlie past three HofJer1bougIifof Jacob Rigney TO 6oopo idcaUle at 4CJ IvI Roberts sold co David Stephen 15 steer xdlVes at 1280 and to Steve Estes a bunch of heifers at 1225 CouRT DAY There were about goo cattle here Monday the best Selling close to 5c The ruling pf and twoyear olds were 43 4 to 4 Lc Heifers Were slow at 3 butcher mule market was duilr Interior Journal Armour Co the Chicago 1 packers bought Saturday in Fay rte county 800 head of slop fed export cattle average weight 1250 at 5 cents In round yo numbers the lot brought about V5Pood V 3 Sales of I Ilkkeep at 3c and 117 l ti 2oplb hogs at 5 20 are noticed in Democrat to The Stanford Interior Journal reports the sale of 100 barrels of Itcorn at 250 find 600 bushels of- wheatitft at 75c E tsqn if M mfr f Clark county i6l l a fi leil tbfhogs i at 6 Ycts The entire t slot brought Io Cftlf j iV V Tie of 540 acres 6iitHe Cay Mill pike 4 miles ifrpm sold last week atiop per acre 754Ob r Ei G Duff ofBarren cputityis ten poiiiids o good wbolv clear of f 43urs One rQd fie la fleece of eighteen Pounds= Hcrne Ideas bVlPric Good Values Stilt flying Original Prices many are the Bargains bringJeoli back again again again as to uss so a fQld Reliable butUpsto the Minute Style SUITS for Prince almost within the reachof pauper WE the dumping place for the wholesale trade goods picked by UptoDate Fashionable IARKETSi GreenCoffee Granulated Calicoall 85cCloth1ng Jtti1e74t Woodstock tedonDryfolkSkaggscreekgood vJNO Bridgewater ICbwere weeksJIS icesrforyeaflings to33cand Jponnds theWincliester 1JLViJl1afu Jstweel Jxingtpny ieavyn Grasgowflmes A The aUlKf Are from the and that will and tcomes goes you Bargain Quality but and barrel4 andstuff KenmbfeTarui Striking Featureins Shirts Neckwear Hats and Caps Toots and Shoes Every article new W stylish and at prIces that astonish you Our Store is a Wonder allft people will see new styles addecUto our list all money saving opportunities cnus eH of our determination that qnick sales and Our Motto predominates t IVFE IS A LONG WALK and a good eas3T Shoe will help to make way f a little smoother and heres a cut rate for a part of the jouiiiey at least t Mens SHqes frOh1r 25 to 3 75 to suit tEe trade i MENS SHIRTS Table Linnens shelves are groaning Mens Boys 2 50 up 12 50 Over all giantsand jackets i To Suit You assortment of sizes that will go to you cheap AGENTS for all kinds farm implements Harvesting HORSE SHOE Brand Fertilizer J H Dickerson Son of Bur gin have over 300000 Ibs ot hem havePalso made numerous written contracts for the growing crop at 4 50 per 100 and the rise if any Ky the time of delivery yLANCASTER COURT There were about 150 cattle on the Lancaster market A bunch of 6oolb steers brought 4c another lot sold at 334 to 33c heifers were in demand at 33 103 87 good calves 12 to 20 cows and calves and springers 25 to 40 Plug horses were dull at 16 to 40- Kentucky dealers perhaps have never figured on the profit to be de rived from the eggs in shipping a car load of chickens In shipping a car of chickens to California at this time of the year the eggs laid during the eight days of transit about pay the freight The car will hold about 3000 and each day the eggs are gathered and at the end of the journey 200 cases will have been filled which when sold in California at 15 cents a dozen will realize 450 which amount will pay the charges on the car Cases can be taken along and all calculations made to care for the daily supply of eggs The hen is sure a good thing r Richmond Climax According otlle Winchester Democrat there were about 500- cattle on the market court day Steers brought from 4 I t04C A lot of 5polb yearlings sold for 4I A cow and calf brought 50 A pair of fouryearold mare mules went for 275 Buyers and Sellers seemed unable to come together and a good many cattle were un sold Most of the JQg In this section have been shipped m fact but very few remain Fewer hogs are be ing fed for the summer market than ever before known This is jowing to the fact that hogs have been bringing good prices for sometime and a nickel a pound is a great temptation to let them go added to this is the fact that corn is scarce and high and these facts fatwillhogs for the summer marketWiu Chester Democrat The story comes from Kansas tiiat a boy out there climbed a cornstalk to see lio w tfie corn was get tiug along and now the stalk is growipg up faster than th boy cajn climb downs the Doy is plum out I FROM 25cts to 1 50 you need not go shirtless at these figures from 20cts to per yard to dress a table out and out Come and look and get the pick of the store our 5 under the and Suits to DEERING handled 6 of sight Three men have under taken to cut down the stalk with axes to save the boy from starva tion but it grows so fast that they cant hack twice in the same place The boy is living on nothing but roasted corn it being in such close proximity to the sun and he has already thrown down over four bushels of corn cobs Ex A severe sprain will dis able the injured person or three or four weeks Many cases have 02 curred however in which a cure has been effected in less than one week by applying Chamberlains Pain Balm For sale by Theo Wesley Druggist DIDNT MARRY FOR MONEY The Boston man who lately married a rich young woman is happy now for he got Dr Kings New Life Pills which restored her to health Infallible for Jaundice Biliousness Malaria Fever and Ague and all Liver and Stomach troubles Only 25C at all druggists drug store SEVEN YEARS IN BED Will wonders ever cease in quire the friends of Mrs L Pease of Lawrence Kan They knew slie had been unable to leave her bed 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 Nerv usne Sleeplessness Melancliolyj Fainting and Dizzy Spells vill find it a7 priceless blessing Try it Satisfaction is guaranteed alldrug gists Only 5oc UNNECESSARY Loss OF TIME Er W S Whedon of the First National Bank of Winter set Iowa in a recent letter gives some experience with a carpenter in his employ that will be of vhlue to other mechanics He says f thad a carpenter working forLme who was obliged to stop wotk fcr several days on account of being troubled with diarrhoea I men tioned to him that I had been similarly troubled and that Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarihoea Remedy had cured me He bought a bottle of it from the druggist here and informed me that one dose cured him and he is a ittatjhis workFor sale by Theo iesley Druggist z1i i j f f of New I our ==The Immense stock of Dry lj Goods and Notions Cloth Fine will view the large Stock k select from and small profits 50cts Everything loads Machines usually sickly perfect Cashier COURT CALENDAR COUNTY COURTFourth Mon day in each month QUARTERLY COURT Fiist Mon day in January April July and October CIRCUIT COURT Second Mon day in February Fourth Monday in May and Third Monday in Sep temberIMT VERNON POLICE COURT Third Monday in each month KOTM NIt llerJOJl TeJlt NOa 21 t VERNON KY IMT ist and 3rd Mon each month 730 p in GEO S GRIFFIN COM D S PURDOM REC KEEPER Big FOurB- UFFAlO ROUTE TO PANAMERICAN EXPOSITION5i rtS01 tLINErw T y w TO Indianapolis Peoria and Chicago SNFOUMATION cheerfully fur nished on application at City Ticket Office BIG FOUR No 213 FOURTH AVENUE or write to J GATES IS General Agent LOUISVILLE KY The Devil1mslost his dog and Jis lashing leis tail and raising hlll- In the Hichmond Climax office wej presume from the following The devil Whiskers itemI has lost his dog a pretty whit her1beadBessJrrhe pbuofagun who stole HBe stl1arl better bring her back if he4pesrvtyant the Devil to camp on lies trail All Kinds of Jewelry not the common inferior grade but nice select lot every piece carrying a puarantee Hardware Kinds all marked down to a small of profit Great Quantities from Our Country Friends Come in see us when in town bring your pro duce and the will satisfaction to yourself and to us who will ever try to show an appreciation of your atronageS i HOUK ADAMS illIain Mt Vernon Ky Phone No 25a R Insurance of all kinds Call at the Signal office Mt Vernon MLMYERSDENTSST MT VERNON KY the Rice property PHONE No 38 P A Penmngton Df D S M D I DENTST N W Cor Third and Chestnut Sts LOUISVILLE KY Will be at Miller House M ti ernon during all Circuit Courts RA JONES DENTIST KY I Phone No 48 Office over Higgins Store L R G Williams Attorney atL W MT VERNON KY R LBROWNATT- ORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KEFTUCKY J2OFFICE Up stairs in old brick opposite Court housed Special attention given to collections C C Wil AttorneyatLaw MT VERNON 7Y- t3OFFICE On 2rcl floor of The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church street Special attention given to collectionsT GW MCCIURE W BROWN w MCCLURE BROWN Attorney Bat Jba vf- Mr VERNON KY All business entrusted to our care attentionxOffice room No8 in the old Brick otelip Tinware Saddles Harness of all collarDads saddle blankets margin jams China and Queens ware Stoneware c to select To we say and result be i Street OFFICEAt STANFORD McKenneys hotel J FurnitureUndertaking A full and complete stock All orders filled promptly Motto Best goods and lowest prices J A Mtillins = Son Successors to Bkmkenship S Mullins LIVINGSTON KENTUCKY MULLINS HOTEL Furnished with Every GorVe fence und Comfort John Farmer Prop LIVINGSTON KY SAMPLE rooms for Commercial men Miller House IHUGH MILLER PROPR Headquarters for Commercial Men Porter at all trains The VerandaHoteL JOSEPH COFFEY PROPRP Stanford h krSpecially equipped for traveling men Sample room on first floort Bath rooms free to guests RATES 200 per day ft 1 Hotel FrithFR- ANCISCOF Propr located at the Depot ggscoS Bodjbead KY Good Livery Attached Meet all Trains Day and Night Traveling Men and Railroad J men Solicited Will fur Hmches for all trains ow der Franeic c MONUMENTAL WORKS v Brodhead Ky Granite and Marble Monuments anti Tombstones ALLjftrORK FIRSTCLASS SATISFACTION GIVEN