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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t JI i t ii 1 1 Ifnn1 f f efln la ii- J t y ti It f df voftij YV 1T VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY JUNE 21 1901 NIJMJ3ER 9 S R P TELL MY FRIENDS TO BE BRAVE AND FEARLESS AND LOYAL TO THE GREAT COMMON PEOPLEJ s 4 g LEVEL GREEN t Bro Todd idling to fill Ins ap ipointment on Saturday D R Gentry took his place Sunday School flourishes here until public schools begin and then they go to sleep One principal cause of the short life of so many S S is lack of interest in them by heads of families and lack of in terest is a result of lack of knowl edge of the Bible While it is a fact that nearly every family in Rockcastle county own one or more Bibles yet it is a lamentable fact that they scarcely ever look on the inside of the book tho churchmembers and they engage in sectarian arguments and some of them even claim SANCTIFICA TPiox Now I suggest to all those that can readand nearly all can = carefully read one chapter everyday for a month and then read it over next month and then tell me if you havent larnt more Scrip ter than you ever knew I have been wonderfully amused tb sit and listen to good old church mem bers argy their pints and coat wherelfoundinstance Every tub stands on its own bottom God tempers the wind to the shorn lamb Eat drink and be merry for tomorrow you may ieIIVoe unto you Jawvere and doctors hypocrites Rightly dividing the words of truth giving each his portion in due season Cleanliness is next to Godliness Charity begins a- thomec c Now the cause of so many people falling into these errors is they depend upon uninformed leaders who have learned traditionally this mode of instruction accounts too fer so many good but illYguided men votiu of the republican ticket but then I have nothing personally against the repubs yet Taut sorry to see so many good men misguided tho if a sufficient number of them will vote for me in November and repUb1Hcan cation good roads c c My neighbor and a good riabor too foolishly over cropped himself this spring June ist by putting i r acre second year land in corn He forgot to break his ground but laid it off and planted and while the corn was coming up the weeds ultipliedand grew to the tune of an Arithmetical pro gression so that when John whose surname is Dick found his corn patch it was lost and all kinds of stsl birds fourfooted creatures and creepin and dangerous things or earth had taken up their abode therein and they disputed Johns tight of pi So it cam his nabors trumpets fork acid- igreen high Ten nerved tb heart of they marc leading a Jthe fence ers yott tfi tile slangl atl there yith pen nod St a like to bi labors bi Now to attend vetition v a good t back and iupil- I L H IbtI words ro i thirjr Dssession or even to enter i o pass that he called in armed with cow bells and drum hoes pitch cythes and with colors lying and the music at r such as would have i muscle and braved the a paltroon or baboon hed to THE FIELD John nd cautiously looked over and now my dear read fay guess at the ifst for iter that took place then is too horrible to relate on paper and being a ltd truthful man I never ecome mixed uPto my isiness heather Head I want you the Good Roads con ith me andwe will learn hing or two and come teach it or them to the would say more to you it ef i fale too spell the iigyou cant reed it and kgvidu abominate bad t spellin iz ranks first You think you can out spel me Bil Davis or Mat Ballard cant near cut that Now uncle Dick if you will put the right word properly spelled in the blank space below Ill confess that you are a better speler nur Bil Davisor Ballard I want you To get me TWO good dogs and a shot gun TOO Here I have written three Buck Var nonP S Jerusha Betsy sends you her best respects asks for an acquaintance and friendship and that ydu put in a leetle ov your spare time lectioneering for me Now by the way Betsy lza re publican too but then she dont want me beat by Bil Davis or Mat Ballard nor I dont blame her f jt BUCK VARNON WILDIE j o Miss Liilie Butner was over front Mt Vernon first ofweek T J Hayes made a business trip to Withers first of week S Bogie Phillips made a business trip to Richmond first ofweek J J Towery and Ed Cox were over front Mt Vernon Tuesday Bro Ballew filled his regular ap pointment Saturday and Sunday Several of our farmers contem plate cutting their wheat next weekW H Jones and H H Wood made a flying trip to Brodhead Tuesday W T Short passed through Sunday en route frcrrn Mt Vernon to Richmond There hag been a great deal of sicknessaround our little village the past wjefck a ii Mrs Laura Proctor was in Aft Vernon first of week visiting relatives and friends V Frank Coyle was down from Berea first ofweek the guest of W 11 Hays and family Miss EsMe RIchardson was down from Berea visiting the family of A W Stewart the past week The rains of the past two weeks have thrown the farnaeis of this country considerably in the weeds Mrs Borbes of Richmond was in Wildie past week visiting the families of W H Jones and J Fish Bro Toot Flynn Farbush has been conducting a protractedmeet ing here the past week with sever al additions Bert Hays who has been away from this place for some time is home visiting his parents Mr and Mrs lH Hays Miss Sarah Coffee aged So years living near Laugforci died Satur day and was buried Sunday at Maret gtaveyardJMrs Ann Richardson returned from Berea Sunday where she had been to attend the wedding of Dr Davis and Miss Fannie Richardson A Goof COUGH MEDICINE It speaks well for Chamberlains Cough Remedy When druggists use it in their own families in preference to any other cc1 have sold Chamberlains Cough5 Remedy for the past five years with complete satisfaction to myself and customers says Druggist J Goldsmith Van Etten N Y Ihve always used it in my own family for ordinary coughs and colds and for d1fiudy O A severe will usually dis threetorfourcurred however in which a cure has been effected in less than one week by applying Chamberlains Pain BHlmFor sale hY aTHeo Wesley Druggist h J BRODHEAD o Dr J F Watson is getting fat Mrs Richard Pike is very poorly this weektMr Wm Francisco went to Wil TuesdayMr Sowder is grunting again this week Mr James Denny is very low with flux at this writing Mr Joseph Smith of Oak Hill neighborhood was in town Tues day Mr James D Hamm our old constable was with us one day this week Mr Wm Jones of Wildie was in our midst TuesdayMr L Rimelwas also with us Mrs Thomas Francisco and children are visiting her father and mother at Flat Lick this week The Republican candidates for the nomination for the different offices axe as thick as the potato bugs Mrs A E Albright is spending the present week with relatives and friends at Langford and Mt VernonThe Hon R G Williams of Mt Vernon was down to see us all last Tuesday He also paid Gum Sulphur a visit Our energetic merchant Mr J Thomas Cherry is getting a good trade from Livingston and other points on the R R Mr James Moore one of Rock castles best farmers shipped Mr Bofman apart of a car load of wheat this weekHkt yocts h Mr G S Griffin of Mtyerupn the present jailer and candidate for the next sheriffs place was with us one day this week Bro A J Pike filled his appoint ment with Gilead church in Madi son county last Saturday and Sun day returning home Monday even ingMessrs Dr Percy Benton J W Tate and our wide a wake Marshal were in a private consultation the other day and when asked if the conversation was secret they said Ohno we were just talking abut Boreing an oilwelL They say CoIthe result later Messrs A N Bentley W hand Lee Griffin all of Livingston were in our town Wednesday The people from all points of the county come to our town to do their trading this speaks well for our town and our merchants Irsimply shows that our merchants keep a better stock pf goodS at a smaller price than the public can get at any other town or store in the county 1PoCox Neal Parrett David Purdom James Woods FY Thompson and exJ dgeP D Collyer and Judge Williams all of Mt Vernou took dinner at the Francisco hotel Tuesday And as we watched Mr Thompson finish up we asked our selves the question has the hotel made anything opt of this transac tiori and the only way to know isl to ask Mrs Francisco r The anticipated change in the Jt cvunt yroa4ear Mr Robert rWoodaHs thanhas been talkedj of so long was made last Tuesday J- Our county judge with the county attorney and5 juryiof Mt Vernon citizens came down to condemn and assess the value of the entry that mid been made some time ago4 but when the judge and attoftieys arid MivWoodau all gotitogethtefh and talked matters over they come iltoi pSrlicsbrMr Woqtlall feted manlyendt- eed wirb the court to liavE a- j f ji 5 different route surveyed and con demned and agreed to take so much for same and everything went off satisfactorily to all patties concerned The new route runs through Mr T S Friths land also and he like Mr Woodall acted very gentlemanly and agreed with the judge on the amount of damage So we will soon have our new road out of the creeK CONWAY IMr and Mrs John Guinn was in our town last Saturday on busi ness Matt and Henry Moble- yattendedfheshow at Berea last FridayIMr and Mrs W T Woodall were in Brodhead last Saturday visiting relatives Jessee Dyke had a barrel of nice fish last Saturday and you bet they were first class Mr Frank Jones the hustling Livingston merchant was on Scaffold Cane this week Miss Sarah Caldwell of Berea was the guest of Miss Eva Hardin last Saturday and Sunday Tell the little boy in blue at Wildifc that the big black dog is tied for James Mobley told me so W H Jones ot Wildie was here last Friday and purchased a nice sow and pigs from James Lin ville 0 Messrs Phelps and t Eaubush closeda very interesting meeting at the schoolhouse here last Sunday si Hon Devil you editorial in last weeks Signal was certainty to the point but it takes something worse than the Devil to bluff me The heavy rains have driven most of the farmers in this part from their corn fields and they have taken refuge in the bushes Mr James Vamvinkle and Miss Bettie Croucher were united in the bonds ofmatrimony near here last Wednesday Rev JW Lambert officiatingThere nothing short about Dr Lewis as one of the shrewdest farm ers in this section from the way he has made a start on the bid Stores farm near here Bunk Mobley has mo qritni near Snider to Climax vWe dis liked very much to partwithifunk and give him up as a neighbor but the best of friends have to part The boys in this part are doing very well this rainy weather swop ping knives to pigs pigs to pistols and pistols lodogsJand then bang ing the dogs All report to I be making money at the business 1 f J UNNECESSARY Loss OP TIME 6fkthe First National Bank of Winter fset Iowa in a recent letter gives some experience with a carpenter- in his employ that will be of value to other mechanics He saysttI had a carpenter workipg for me who was obliged to stop work for several days on account of being- troubledvxth diatrhoea x mentioned to Win1 that I had been sim ilarly troubled drfd tout Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarinoea Remedy had cured me fiHe bought reiaurd him andhe is again vat r his work For sale by Theo Wesley Druggist t JDrDNThe Boston riian whop lately fu f rr edastckly ricnyoung wo man iiajpy now for begot Dr Kings New Life Pills which restored hert to p fecthealth Infallible for Jaundice Biliousness Malaria T eYetana A deandall Liver and Btpuliach troubles Only 5c at ildruggists lIi store tfrvI n THE BANK OF ML VERNON r AT TCRNON KY1 5 I ll OPENED 1900 fCAPITAL STOCK 15O Ji s H MARTIN PRES A E EWERS VieEPRiW L RICHARDS CASHIER A B FURNISH AssTCAsfI KruegetjGeoWe solicit accounts of firms anclinQividitals Careful attention is given collections entrusted toils 1Cy Our friends and patrons arp invited to call when in town t7 i FIrst National 4 BMIkti of OK STANFORD Ky J i Capital StoclC 18O076DIRECTORS J W Hayclen W Pi vValtonJ H Collier Vf JitEpiorl G lied T P Hill S H Baughmanlilbbl- it e t 1T 1iWe solicit the accounts of the citfiens of Rbclccastle 1inhJkjoixling counties assuririg them prompt and carefUl etten ion t all bust ness intrusted to us Personal application and correspond ence with a view to business relations invitedrJ S HOCKER Pres JNO J MxiROBERTS Cashier A A McKINNEY Asst Cashier 1 DANNIE OWENS 1 f UNDERTAKER y f Caskets Coffins Robs B a Kept it Stock Orders by Mail Telegraph or Telephone n Promptly filled BRODHKAD J KENTUCKY GO TO JONAS MCKENZIE MT VERN4N K Y t Ttt v Ij 44for 1 Dry GGcl f sGlpthing Boots and Slmes t ani C nerd r t I Merchandise 1i d i r JIt iV V BEST GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES I f WILLIS GRIFFIN c Practical Undertfeer and FUNERAL DIRECJf 0n f V MtVernoD Ky Keeps Coffins Caskets Robes linen Bosoms Cuffs and dollars furnish Metallic Caskets and have Pmbalini ng done on slldrtjipt5 l rtice and easy terms tl1 j Orders py telegraph or telephonc promptly tindert day and fiight1 ip v a i r 4f TIPEOtESr f J ft r t1 D1tiSIO11- C L 1l j I ij 4f il f f i CRDAVIS 11CO fj I DIUJ6S PATENTMEb1IS- y tu t 1 3 u 1 perum eS Statfon iler 2it ft Cigar f i 1 TQbaccoPairtsOi1sTOItETARTICLES Pl IR TIOSCARP Ft1T C04I1OtIND D r eiJtJr0ij jiir J r 11 Jf lt MtlernonSigfial FRIDAY June 21 1901 r Published every Friday by w EDGAR S ALBRIGHT f it SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR I 00 Advejtfing rates made known on L t1 application ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce Chesley Payne asVchmliilate for Magistrate in the Second district subject to the action of the Repub licanparty TIlE following is what a repub lican and a close friend of Com t missioner Yerkes had to say about brin being the next candidate for President rI dont think there is any doubt but that when the Kentucky delegation goes to the next Repub lican National convention they will be hurrahing for John WIYerkes for President said a tucklan and an old friend ot Yer ks to the Louisville Times cor respondent SIturday morning when the probability of the latter being a candidate for the nomination for President was mentioned The Revenue Commissioner is one of the most popular Republicans in the South and is recognized as a strong leader At the convention five years ago when it was decided that the vote of the South should be given to McKinley Yerkes was selected to make the seconding speech on behalf ofthe Republicans of the South Previous to that time and ever since he has been very close to McKinley and the Administration and is often con suited about affairs of the South When the office of Commissioner of Internal Revenue became vacant the President did not have to look twice to find the man he wanted Now Yerkes is strocger than ever ti fore not only in his own State but throughout the South where his Business and social communica tibns are constantSI dont say that Mr Yerkes is an + candidate for the presidency but he is our man in cake f the South should have a candidate There is no reason why we should not have a President from below f the Ohio river and It they give us a chance we will furnish a good one iiS Yerkes will be President when Emperor William appoints him h LOUISVILLES business men who i made a visit to a few of the Blue- oras tow as Tuesday and Wednes Say were given cordial receptions at each and every town they visit led While the stay at each place was rather short yet the citizens of the various towns visited left nothing undone but did every Wiring possible to show the appreci ation of the visit of their highly honored guests Gov ALLEN of Porto Rico has made a report to the State Depar- tS nt that a special session of the Territorial Legislature will ion- vene July 4 and would declare free trade between the United States and Porto Rico What will the trusts have to say to this as they f are the ones who wili decide how it Shall bet7 H TENNESSEE will have a triple hanging July iSth vhen Babe 55Battise Duser Thompson and Abe r Petway all colored will be called upon to pay the penalty for iriur rder At this rate Tennessee wjll 7 rou be rid of vice or will have the necks of all its law violators brok i il enoue tt t Boss Sapp has it seems Botit t played his part on the Republican It thtical stage in Kcitucky a the 4atstiiiOvcLis have Ilm step down and out If the resignation r oC lr Sapp is requested trJ1 Criftof Louisville will be the plucky maii 5j News 1t jnJi iso Fire at Boston caused a loss oj fFr 1 3 i 6 71 fj1 il f f Fire at Buffalo caused a loss of c L1a f Pi 25OOO tA p Jtliett 7ireb tidred employes of the- Kcystone coll1ery cit Hudson 1 ai1 t IiIlPRINT SHOWS THPOTT i The United States Steel Corporation will absorb the Colorado Fuel and Iron Company The Presbyterian Creed Revision Committee is in session behind closed doors at Pittsburg Gen Eugen May died in New Orleans of injuries sustained in a fall from a spirited horse Senator Allison of Iowa says he is riot a candidate for she Republican nomination for President 11 E Ryan at Bowling Green drank carbolic acid thinking it whisky and died in a few wasI Ed Hamlet a policeman at May field shot and killed Louis Crouch a negro who was resisting arrest Despondent over his sweethearts suicide Simon Gwin a young man hanged himself near Sycamore mdSBetween 3oooand 3500 of the Canadian Pacific Railsoad Com panys trackmen struck for higher wagesReckless driving caused the death fa ctiild at S n4usky Ohio and serious injury to four other personsThe Bowling Green City Council extended an invitation to the Con federates to hold their State reunion in that city A section of the roof of the B and O roundhouse atNewark 0 caved in killing one man and in juring several others The case of Thomas G Barker for shooting the Rev John Keller at Jersey City under sensational circumstances is on trial A special session of the Porto Rican Legislature has been called for the pUlpose it is believed of asking for the removal of the tariff dutiesSuit was filed today in the United States Court by J W Henning against St John Boyle to recover 20000 on deals in Northern Pacif stock i i r Rob rtVroom who claims he was victimized by Russell Sage during the recent panic on Wall street has sued the aged financier for 25000 Frank B Loomis Minister Ito Veuesuela has been made Minister to Portugal He will be succeeded at Caracas by Herbert W Bowen late Minister to Persia Candidates before the Democratic primary July 9 must qualify by midnight Saturday Much interest is being manifested and the pri may promises to be a lively one The striking machinists say the members of the School Board will discourage the attempt to have Manual Training School pupils take the places of the strikers In the House of Commons the information was brought opt that ninetyeight Boer men and women and 318 children died during May in the British concentration camps in South Africa S f RESOLUTIONS MT VERNON KY June 8th 1901 In memory of Brother R D Cook F A 1- 1WIlEREAsAlmiglty God our Great Grand Master deemed it prudent in His wisdom to call our brother R D Cook from his lab ors on earth to the celestial Lodge above on May 22nd 1901 Therefore Be it resolved that while we deplore the death of our beloved brother we grieve at the fuss we have sustained by his departure from our midst we submit With reverence to the edict that has caJJedhini hence and feelassured tfiaf our loss is his eternal gain Resolved That we mingle our griefwith that of his bereaved family and relatives and heartily sympathize with them in the appli cation that has deprived them a father and friend and bid ofI lookito Him who can heal all row for that consplati6n6vearthly power can give- Resolved JjThat these resolutions be en rqssed fion the Miriutes of Ahia5ticj Lodge No 640F A Macopy be sent to his family and a copy be furnished to the Mount Vernon Signal and the Kentucky Colonel for publication Ashland Lodge No 640 Fj 4 Mvjnnei8lii96riCK ComfeSil4t i V45M PINEIiILLn t Miss Price of Lever Green visit ed Miss McFerron for a few days Miss Sambrook of Livingston is the guest of the Misses Sympson Miss Mattie McFerron came home from Mt Vernon Tuesday Mr Hightower and Son returned home Monday morning from Coal Creek Tenn Miss Georgia McKerrpu e 1tI Monday to Livingston to visit her sister Mrs Childress If this rainy weather continues mucH longer the famers say the crops will not be very large Mr R L Payne was over Monday looking over his lumber that is being placed in the yards Mrs L M Rose was up Sunday and Miss Effie Meadows returned to Livingston with her on Monday to spend a few days Mr and Mrs Stucky Messrs Charlie Peck George Samba ook and Win Sympson were up from Livingston Sunday Mr Stucky gave to the Sunday School a good rousing lecture one that will long be remembered with pleasure and we hope will be put in practice eIWALNUT GROVE u Ben Riddle is on the sick list thi- sweekMrs Wm Lee who has been visiting here returned to her home in Texas last weklVlessrs John Riddle and P H Shutts were in Somerset Monday on business Miss Minerva Price is visiting friends and relatives at this place B 0 Riddle sold to Dr T J Price two lioundsMr Dan Brown of Missouri is visiting re latives at QuailMiss Lizzie Owens returned to her home at Brodhead after k weeks visit to her Uncle at this plceThe Sunday school is progressing nicely at the Brown School houseOn account of the bad weather Bro Todd fail ed to beat Friendship Sunday Bro Gentry was called upon to fill his place a good sermon was heard arid PJesPingMonday He leaves two children to mourn his loss AREPLONOf a lady here frightfully Writes N E Palmer of Kirkman Ia The best doctors couldnt heal the run ning sorethat followed but Buck lens Arnica Salve entirely cured her Infallible for Cuts Corns Sores Boils Bruises Skin Diseases and Piles 2j c at all drug- gistsBALDi 1 SPOTS With out help a bald spot smaller It keeps 1at last your friends say How bald he is gettingNot easy to cure an old baldness butl easy to stop the first thinning easy to check the first falling 4 out Used in time I baldness madeimpos siblewith nevergr tJing u AWfi vigorIt stops falling promotes growth and takes out all dandruff It always restores grayhaircolor of early life You may depend upon it time It brings health to the 100 a bottle All Drugtfste I bavo used your Hair Vigor and am greatly pleased wltU I have i fitmhiS started to growa tnnfcel SITTMardi S DfIk- WiH 1k Deetfll If you do not obtain all tlietbenefits you expected from the tlse t theVigor write the Doctor about It Ac1llre1a Iz JC AYZL- LOwiI I 0RlilUNDO irii 9 H L Tate the popular Deputy Sherjffywas here ThursdayGeo- T Johnson sold his property and stock of goods to Chenault Co and has purchased a mill at Waco Madison county He moves this week Lee Porter will manage the store of Chenault Co at thi- splaceW F Welch a popular grocery man was here Tuesday Jno Helton came down from Paris to attend the funeral of Geo H Anderson Geo T Johnson has been with us 4 years and by close attention to business and honest dealings has made some money His many friends will miss him George is one of the few men who can accommodate any man in a business wayDied last Saturday evening Mrs Sarah Coffee an aged and respected lady at Lang ford Joe Drew and wife was here Wednesday en route to Mt Ver nonThe wife father mother andrelatives of George H Ander son who was killed by a construc tiOI train near this place last Tuesday have the sympathy of the entire neighborhood in Georgs honIestman well liked by allB H Ball was in Mt Vernon Tuesday pre sumably looking up a point of wThe Road Question Is the prominent issue in this section ISAVES Two FROM DEATH daughter had an al most fatal attack of whopping cough and broncitis writes Mrs W K Haviland of Armonk N Y but when all other remedies fail ed we saved her life with Dr Kings New Discovery Our neice who had Consumption in an advanced stage also used this won derful medicine and today she is perfectly well Throat and lung diseases yield to Dr Kings New Discovery as tc no other medicine on earth Infallible for Coughs and Colds soc and 100 bottles guaranteed by all druggists Trial bottles free HIS LIFE SAVED BY CHAMBERLAINS COLIC CHOL ERA 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 county Missouri I was in such bad shape that the doctors said I could not live When I was at the lowest ebb one of my neighbors brought iin 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 best on earth For sale by Theo Wesley Druggist HEARTBURN When the quantity of food taken is too large or the quality too rich heartburn is likel to follow and especially so if the digestion has been weakened by cofastipatiqn ofieasilyfood thoroughly Let six hours elaps between meals and wlieii you theIindicating that you have eaten too ChamberlainsI heartburn may be avoided For- sale by Theo Wesley Druggist A Denver Judge denounced by antisaloon reformers has summoned his critics to appear and nswer for contempt of court In refaliationjor Secretary Gages action the Russian Government has boosted the tariff on more American articles If LiJiIfIa- Only 50 cents 1uIiC i9s Emulsion yyil change a sickly baby to- M plump romping child Only one cent a day think of it Its as nice as cream Send for u free sart pIe and try iL SCOTT JBOWNE Chemists 409415 tJSOCAla A I L i I The Kind You Have Always Bought anil which has been ill use for over 30 years has borne the stgnatnre of been sonal its in All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasrood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger tho health Infants and ChiIdreiixperience against ExperimentI What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrlirea Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural The Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Friend GENUINE the of In Use For Over 30THE 7T TRAIN CASTORIA Signature The KM You Have Always Bought YearsS THROW T- OTEXAS NoChane of Cars Memphis to What the Robinson Thermal Bath Cabinet Do IT WILL appeal to your intelligence IT WILL clean all impurities from the skin IT WILL purify the blood and liver I IT WILL cure kidney trouble IT Wllft njake beautiful complex- Ion IT WILL cure rheumatism- IT WILL relieve ladies of irregularities IT WILL relieve ladies of monthly pains IT WILL cure catarrh IT WILL ctirecoristtpatipn IT WILL free tile stem of tobacco 1 1TAVILL give flew life to every 44 mgry IT WILL cure time wrstco1 IT VIIreliese the system of the effects of liquor IT WILL relieve all congestions IT WILL give you a p tter bath than any wdtronearth- ITWILLtbe endorsed by every honest physician For Sale By J P LECHl i gER MT VER N1 KY SiGNAXand neys allthemfrom al1t over county and and has made under his supervision since infancy Allow no one to deceive this or Pare goric and Wind sleep Will Ta ce the get all the St per you ALWAYS Bears Texas ted ingoing to Texas on the f JJotton Belt Route you avoid the discomforts and annoyances of changing cars necessary on other routes Cotton Belt trains run through ihMemphis to Texas with out change These trains tarry Pullman Sleepers at Tiight Parlor Cafe Cars during the day and FreeChair Cars both day and night Write and tell us where you are going and when you win leave and we will tell you the exact cost of a ticket and send yqu a complete schedule for the trip We iwilUIso send you an interesting little book tetTA Trip to Texas pEJ P LWtaBEAUME OPaadTA Stlwb Wtiat Is Up Now 0 A NEW STORE AT CUMMINS STAND JONESI CHEAP STORE Arbuckle Coffee 1254c IBst Green Coffee I2C- v Fine Vienna Coffee icLion Coffee 12J4 Granulated Sugar 6cLight Brown Sugar 6cB- est Dry Salt Meat roe Nice pure Leaf Lard 106 Best Meal in market 6oc Best Patent Flour 65 Second best patent flour 66c Best shipstuff i for 100 lbs California Hams per lb gc Canned Goods 8to toe Uneeda Biscuit fresh per box 5c 2 Ibs soda for Igc Mens Hats 75c up l2dOGentsMens and Ladies solid shoes 125 Clothing mens suis from 300 up All grades calicoes this Wet- kSc 7 Ribbons Laces Ladies Hose Mens Hose all as heap astheT cheapest Goods delivered in any part of town at your door- SATUR AY is my bargain day at Cumthins stand Livingston Ky When ydu want a m6derni ttf to date physic try Chamberlains Stomach arid Liver Tablets They are easy to take and pleasant in ef fect Price 25 cents Sampler free at Theo Wesleys drug stdre Dr Samuel It Woody has received a report of a case ofa child wbo being swathed in cotton lib seed oil and bismuth subnitate and wrapped n a quHtasa treatment for superficial burrisre soythe potauebus comtustipb of the tIressing s Mt Vernon Signal Mt VERNON KY June 21 1901 i 0 G LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE R R Co TABLEv24 north 1105 a m 26 north 131 am 23 south 157 PU1 25SOUt11i 145 a m TAS RANDRUM Agent Entered at the t Vernou Ky P05t office as sec onoclass mull matterIMASONIC Ashland Lodge Ko 640 ratiets 2nd Sal lay 10 A m CHURCHES Christian Holds services 1st 3r I Sunday at 11 am and at 630 p in PresbyterianHolds services on the 2rid and 4th Sunday moruiug and Evening Baptist Church Services on the Second Saturday night and Sunday Suuday School at 9 a in every Sunday Prayer meeting on Tuesday nights 2Prsupai51 o T j Pennington is now located at Flat Lick v C C Williams was in Livingston Tuesday on legal business T A Stewart spent a few days with relatives here this week Miss Jalia Collyer will teach the Langford choc this fall James I White went to Corbin yesterday on important busiuess Mr Sum Mason of Livingston was here between trains yesterday Mr and Mrs J J Drew of Cooksburg were in town Tuesday Mrs A E Albright of Brod head is visiting relatives here this weeki John Moore of near Berea spent a few days with his cousin Burdette Etouk Bragg Thompson came Monday tdjyisit his grandmother Mrs W MV Povnter J Levi BMahouey ofjStanford was here Saturday writing some insurance irBurdett McKenzie went to Row Iltvt land yesterday to visit his Uncle JpbnMcIyenzieJ splendid young merchant of Orlando was here Sunday a short while Judge and Mrs G W McClure and little grand daughter Lena went to Parksville Tuesday Charley Stewart was in town Wednesday and told us that Mrs L T Stewart was very ill Mrs P D Collyer returned Tuesday from Crab Orchard where she has been for her health Jacob Elder G B Sutton J E and A J Craig were in from the Giadeseighborhood Monday Mr G T Dunn traveling sales man and a brother of Harve Dunn of Brodhead was here Tuesday Alex Pennington of this office spent Sunday with his sister Mrs W H Brown near Valnut Grove The little eight months old daughter of Mr and Mrs C C Davis has been verysick for sever al days Miss Berda Martin will leave tomorrow for Lyncn rg Vaf to visit relatives idwill be gone until Christmas Mr and Irs1 J Lawrence arrived yesterday morning from Pem fJicroke 1ytO spend a few days 4i ith relatives j r W A Caison Brodheads splen did painter arid paper hanger came yesterday to do some apering for ll Miss Matt Williams George Owens who has been r I6catedin Coiirsville forborne time past is home for a weekor iteu1 r chiys visit to home olksio iRev Mr Dean of New York will preach at the Presbyterian atrlie Christian cHurch Sunday night r Misses Stnietnd Annie Thompson RISSLe Williams and Fannie Sparks w nttp Stanford today to littend Beazley contest there t might ILytle Adams spent a few days folks this week = Mr and Mrs Chas Forrester who have been boarding at the Miller House have rented rooms from MiSJ L Joplin and gone to housekeeping Hon James D Black of Bar bourvilify Hon Charles Metcalf of Pineville and Judge R G Williams cvill be the Judges of the Beazley arid Co contest at Stanford tonight tQCALS FINED Emmet Quinn and John Renner were fined 5 and the cost yesterday for failing to work the county roads DRUGGISTS MEETING The State Pharmacutical Association which met at Crab Orchard this week was well attended by druggists all over the state STOPS THE COUGH AND WORKS OFF THE COLD Laxative BromoQuinine Tablets cure a cold in one day No cure no pay Price 25 cents FOURTH JULY RATEsThe L N will sell tickets at one and one third i yi fare July 2nd to 4th inclusive limited until July 8th to all points on their system ADMINISTRATOR S H Martin was appointed administrator of the estate of H G Sutton Jonas McKenzie J J McCall and J H McKinney vere appointed appraisers TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if it fails to qureE W Groves signature is on each box 2scts HELD OVER Jack Lunceford living near the Jackson county line was tried Wednesday on a charge of incest and was held over under a bond of 250 which he was unable to give DELEGATESGov Beckhamli as appointed Messrs G G Fish and W B Whitehead delegates fronfl the State at large to attend the goodroad convention in Louisville June 27 and 28th 7Crv AcQurriEDTorn Fishy who was arrested at Vinceunes Inda few weeks since and brought back to Lincoln county to answer for killing a negro at Crab Orchard fifteen years was acquitted Wed nesday Dr IVI L Myers our splendid dentist was in Brodhead Saturday and make arrangements to go there and spend the 24th and 25th of this month Those needing dental vorkof any kind done shoujd call and see him Ol r GOOD ROAD CONVENTION The L N will sell tickets at one fare June 26th and7Th and for trains scheduled to arriv at Louisville prior to noon of Julie 28th final limit June 29th Every delegate appointed should be sure to go at this low rate Will Owens colored son of Harvey Owens was the one select ed to deliver sermon at the cbs ing exercises of the Bible School at Louisville which is supported by the C W B H for the educa tion of colored boys His text was Sin is death READY FOR WORKW B Whitehead has his planing mill ready for operation and will corn mence work as soon as crop time is over This Is something Mt Veruon as well as many other things has been needing for some time Onepfthe greatest needs of the town is a few more enterprising citizens like iM r Whitehead than we have Squire John Elder was in Mon day and told us that he had abQu completed his arrangements lto leave this county and go to Lincolnf this tail That whatsthe matter with our county now too many fj our best men are leaving and going to other counties and such will continueto be the case it we stay in the same old rut where we have been for years Bad rpads are the principal cau eJ 0 L O T M MrsRosct of Junction City State Organier for the Lady accabees is here this week organizing a lodge Ten have already joined while a nun ber of others are seriously consid ering the matter The goat riding will take place to night To CINCINNATI The LNw- ill sell tickets to Cincinnati and return tomorrow night for 175 If you have never visited Cincin nati be sure and take advantage of the low rates before the season closes The excursions will run every other Saturday night KILLED George H Anderson sod of G W Anderson of Orlan do an employee of the railroad ofIastriking him in tine back he was thrown under the train and killed almost instantly Mr Anderson oflourall PROGRAMME OF DISTRICTS S CONVENTION TO BE HELD AT lIT VER NON FRIDAY JUNE 28 1901 COURT HOUSE YARD 0 10 A M Song Opening Exercises Rev Carniical Song AddressI Qualifications of the Teacher Dr A G Lovell Discussion led by Judge P D Collyer Song Address Use and Abuse of Quai terlies B J Bethurum BUSINESS SESSION No nRec ss 1130 PrSong 3 lAvAddress by County Sec Rev H Goodson j Song j Address The Re view Rev A E Ewers Discussion led by Judge R G Williams Song by Quartette Childrens Hour Conducted by Mrs Ewers fSong i Report from Schools v Adjournment v RESOLUTIONS MT VERNON KY June 8th 1901 In memory of Bro W G Mul lins F A M HEREASThe Great Master of the Universe has called from Iaj nor to that rest which remaineth for the children of God our b loved brother VrG Mullins who died May 12 1901 Therefore be it resolved That in the death ofbrother Mulling the craft has lost a true and faithful brother the family a devoted and loving father husband and friend the Christian church one of4its best supportersResolved That to his stricken family and relatives we extend our sincere sympathy and pry that God may be husband to tne Widow and father to the orphans Resolved That a copy of these resolutions be spread upon our minute book one sent to the be re led family and a copytbe sent to The Mount Verijon Signaland al so to the Kentucky Colonel for publication Ashland Lodge No 640 F A rvI June 8th 1901 t Jno M Williams tGeo S Griffin Com U G BakerI J The following is an invitation which the editor has lust received from Mr Geo W Albrecht editor Middlesborough News and Secre tary ot the Middlesborpugh Fair Association to attend the fair Aug 3931 and the picnic July 4th The undersiued hed push of the M llesboroughNews isas9i un fprtuiuately Secretary of tie lid- Pl s Asi1a nqvjaper man objecting to being worktasa fair secretary bourijd to work sumbody your name is on the list and w trust3 you win walk into our trap Should you v rsit Middl sb roUgh lon the Ft urtfiof Julji orr tile t air Angut 9 3 q and rIicit e ditL i iMt S tiii1 you ar cordially invited to be the guest of the Associatinand YOU includes the hole family theItrain the freedom of the city is yours without thal v and without price We will meet you at the train and return you there safe and sound drunk or sober as you may desire And while here you will be at liberty to take your enjoyment in anyway you chooseand we will foot the hill Dont bring any muny it will only be in the way and a tern tation to us to try and get it All you will be expected to do is to bring your appetite and capacity Iiddle bolo gh furnishes in lavish abundaris all the forms of enjoyment from the highest knon to nature to the vilest knon to man Just what portion or por tions you take must rest entirely with you Gum the door is wide open Fraternally yours Geo W Albrecht 7f genuineLaxativethe remedy that cures a cold tn one day LIVINGSTON 0 J T Blankenship and family visited relatives in Lincoln county last weekSam and Joe Magee who visited their mother at Crab Orchard last week returned here Monday Mrs Laura Justis and baby Mar garet who have been visiting rela tives at Pineville returned here Monday and is with her father Henry Reynolds Mss Lida cook is able to be out again after a se rious illness Mrs Cooper has returned home from a visit with homefolks at Crab OrchardMrs Lettie Day huffy who has been the guest of Mrs Anna ITlmore returned to Ginqinnati Friday Mrs James Frazier returned home Saturday after a visit with relatives at jeli licQv Mrs JC Rineheart and two childrenj are in Stanford i Mr and Mrs Stuckey were at Pine Sill between trains Sti- ndayW M Fields of Lincoln county is in town this wekMr and Mrs John Wes Baker visited homefolks at Mt Vernopi Sun dayMrs Ida Rose returned home from Pine Hill Monday accompa nied by her sister Miss Effie Meadows Miss Georgia McFer ron is the guest of her sister Mrs Childress Charlie the little son of Mr and Jjrs Henry Reynolds Is very low with catarrb of the storiiache with snaIl chance of recover The little child of Robert Bur 1es is stills also the little son of Charley StarkW C Mnilins Shannon McKinney and their Mascot John Wesley Jiacksbn returned from Paris Thursday The ladies of the Presbyterian Church will give a strawberry and icecreani supper at the schoolhouse Thuts day night Everybody is invited Miss Ada Shelton of Stanford is the guest of Mrs C A Moore Misses Beaulah and Texas Hen dren of Madison county returned liome Thursday after a pleasant visit with their sister Mrs Lewis Dillion Miss Ellen Buttier of Wildie isagUest of Mrs W R Diilfon4Dve Herrin moved hist r v family in Sour the country Tues day arid hSr taken roonis at the Walton EQeMrs Joseph Stan ley returbedhOine Saturday from Altamoin fnti reports her daugh er Mislanucli betterThes- upper given by The Lady Macca bees Saturday evening was quite success anil netted them a nice little sum of money for their treas ury A handsome cake was given to Miss Hattie brndorff and Miss it Ada Shelton the two most handsome young ladies present But thecPais91i says it was not fair for HE should have got that cake by all means CASTOR IA ChildrenI ghf Bears the grjttti V lt I M 4L rr yL JI CRH FRITHBRODHEAD K1ofUCKi =oOhE ==today COME ton rI row COME any UUK But for your own inI teret be sure to come untillyouet way any event buy dont fail to see US before youj We wiii saye You Time and MOIC yj Can goods 8 c2lbRolted Ohts cr Big targains itT rHATSAND NOTIONSU We Pith You j By Selling You afe fehe Bo11Euffi J BETTER GOODS AT LOWER PRICES THAN YOU CAN GET ELSEWHERE KRUEGER SONS FWriTF7it tp Run Low Prices eI1 r High CORRECTED EACH s BY t C H FRITH Arbtickles Coffee 12 fee LionCofee I2c XXXCoffee J2c 124CIJFlour Mt Belle 400 Flour Plain Family 3oo Granulated Sugar f 6 Ifo 100 Light Brown Sugar 17 lbsioot Syrups per gallon 30C 7 Cakes of D Boone Sun ioc Coal Oil best per gallon iSc Calico best Grades 5C ILL PAY HIGH iT price FOR JUST OPENED t NEW GOODS Just From the City Nw Nothing Old SOUTH SIDE MAlt ST NEAR R R DEPOT Dry and Notins Newest Styles and Fashions at Lowest prIces GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS Rockbottom Prices Hat 1oo1 and hoe COUNTRY PRODUCE AT SMALL PRO FIT PRICES TIN W ARE In Abundance marked down low DAVE POYNTER will have charge and Gladly wait on you CANT Afford TO Paintf THE man who says that forgets that painting properly done v is economy andthe fact is he cant afford NOT to HOW often you require to paint is largely dependent upon the paint you use Thehermarj Williams saintsout lastvothers They are the most economical paints you can use because they cover most and wear longest Add to this their good appearance and you have perfect paintsTHE SHERMAN WIL LIAMS PAINTS They are made forman different kinds of painting What event is you want to painta house or anything in or out of the house rwe make the right pdnt for that particular purpose not one slapdash mixture for alL JBSTSOLD BY CH FRITH BRODHEAD KY J 11 fI tb I STftiftNTGROCERY ill CONFECTIONERY 0- i c J HENRY FISH Prop O at all hours NICE COOL Drinksfor the hot days areCream w r Candies Nuts Fruits Canned Goods Gro cries arid Provisions FRESH BREAD always op hand A ICE on hand for sale Come and be refreshed 2In Basement old brick hotel opposite Courthouse may 24 tf THE AMERICAN INVESTMENT GOMPARI Incorporated CAPITAL STOCKOf H 25POOO SSEfiVE SURPLUS H OfL AMOUNT PAID COUPON HOLDERSt 2 Address all to I J HOME LEXINGTON KY GOOD TERMS TO FIRST CLASS A BRYANTSFOR ML kinds of After Them Qualities w Bverythiiu Goods Cap painti MEALS i 125QQQ1I ccrrsspondence OFFICE AGENTStr Go To Staple and Fancy Gr oceries Dry Goods and Notions Boots and rjhpes and all A H od ft 1idirlif hii1i1 ittr r i 1 JU2ThyCheDeiSi i1T fE NQtJ 1 lic t rt Lb i 6L 11 f MT VERNON TO THE FRONTI MONEY TALKS But Now Prices Shriek at i HOUK ADAMSr 1 HIPS IPpces Values youbackOld Reliable Quality but to the Minute m Style SUITS fit for a Prince- alrnost within the reach ofa pauper WrEare not the dumping place for the wholesale trade but lour goods are picked by us UptoDate and Fashionable y HOME MARKETS Corrected each week by Houk 1 Adams Ml Vernon Ky Arbuckles Coffee 12 c Lion Coffee 12 4c GreenCoffee Itstcr4cI5c I63c Flour No i per barrel 450 Belle of Lincoln per brl 400 Daisy flour per barrel 425 1 Labelle flour4SoDry salt meat per lb ogc Country meat smoked i ic Daul Boone Soap 3 cakes 5C Star cakesIoci 1GranulatedExtra Light Brown Sugar lb 6c8prup Caramel gal bucket 350 Shipstuff per hundredIIo J Calico all the best brands 5c r jCanI Clothing suits 2 50C to I2 0JLard He in small ts locts 50 Ib lots or more 1 Millet hay on hand J Eggs per doz 83c Feathers per Ib 40 f Coaloil 10 150 10 lbs Keg soda 150 Land Sfcoclt Drop FOR SA EsrI have for sale 50 bales timothy hay at5o cts per j JOHN D PURCELL j Junefei2t FOR SALEI have for sale al number one high grade 3 year oldi 4 Durham Bull Address J H BLOOMER ijune 7 41 Woodstock Ky FARM FOR SALE 0 I win sell privately my farm sit dated on Dr3rfoik Skaggs creek good dwelling and out buildings well watered good young orchard in its first bearing Address JNO C CUMIIINS May 31 tf Signal Office t Davaid Hysinger sold fo Houk and Adams a lot of corn at 265 per bbl John deHveredIsinger sold a lot of corn at 50 cts per bushel at the crib J C Rineheart bought of Ben Purcell a nice young beef at 5 cts per pound Smith Neil of Adair bought a car load of hogs for October de livery at 5 CtsInterior jVmrual Several large crops of growing wheat in Madison county have been sold at sixty five cents per bushel Lambs were bringing 5 cents for immediate delivery and 4I4 cents for July delivery the past week Quite a number were bought in the county at thatprice Bales Robb shipped a car 5irto 5 an average 515 They were bought sometime ago Just now they would bring the outside PriceAt a sale thetwhich brought from 60 to 100 each The calves soldat from I ttOSAO and sows with pigs brought as high gS35 56 corn ui the crib sold at 2 per barrel Work horsesI sold front 60 to siooVin c Democrat Walter has bought 26 suckling mule colts at from 20 too a head W C Carpenter has placed with Billy Von i ier 73 hogs at 5T5C to be fed till August at the same rate for what keput ou f them Judge f W Hughes sold d His lambs this week at 4i tents p it Iarrodsburg Democrat A Striking Feature The Low arid Up ing Fine Shirts JNeckwear Rats and Caps Boots and Shoes Every article nev stylishand at pi ices that will astonish youIIOur Store is a Wonder becauseUtMens Shoes from i 35 to 75f to suit all the trade MENS SHIRTS Table Linnens Everything a shelves groaning Mens BoysSuits To Suit You from 3 from 20cts table pick loads and jackets cheap AGENTS for all kinds implements DEERING Harvesting HORSE Brand Fertilizer LUXURY WITHIN REACH OF I Watch next advertisement substitute LION because It LION i package home every package LION find fflosttate and descriptive im pIcuttsn g number Lion the our one packages i the form ta excellent is SFKB CO TOLEDO OHIO t Jell Rose of Lack Creek sold to John one last week seven of yearling cattle ati 70 an of 24 28 were ofextra quality and goodcolor Hazel Somebody has the follo w- Singon its for publication and it is close to the so we will give it also to our hog is the mortgage lifter the the the the and the hen the billpayer This a man and a woman afraid of the work in caring for them will prosperity on any Huds9n bought of 10 lot cattle at 40 a Brack Bonta sold del Coleman 106 fat4 bogs Tues day at 5 to 20 hundred Mr also bought 109 slop an Anderson r a JCi the per out out look get the of the our the 2 50 up 50 Over all assortment of sizes that wilago farm SHOE You price doubt take tryst fully Heads sealed which which this coffee sold WOOLSON Brown head averag They Green Herald started rounds readers The sheep farm barn builder grocery with insure farm Robert Free Drake head jper cattle oOcts dress store you will only land Short days ago at 45qcentJridge Hughes sold his lambs a- t4f cents He says that almost anyfrlrmershduld make 50 per cent on his sheep but that the ravages joj worth ess dogs on his flock has Idrh enhim to tne point where he mists to quit industry and he will sell his fine ewes at the ira opportunity Harrodsburg I e crat There never has a time itt the of this con tttl j when prime purebred cattle were in such1 high favor as how The is as br dasour neighbors a rlheborder both northand south There have been temporary spasms in demand highclass rattle ynySpasiit i nerer unr versal as it is non There were Beverhcu good wholesome rt ns lhiiidit We vhre feiifeiiMtljon short the rattle ali4 a It nliif jpxhead i1 i iPf rj Home of New Idfeas 4 j Good e in hundred Terhuue tDryGoodsfl to view large Stock select and allJJ Iinotto yard to and Come and and are under to12 pants and to Machines VON COFFEEA THE ALL our If you went to buy a lion you wouldnt kitten as a even if the dealer urges you Now dont a substi tute for LION COFFEE It is bound to turn out a com mon yellow cat with none the strength the lion want COFFEE Is cOFFEE highlyiLJOlT COFFEE havI If you tHis a single and In of COFFEE you a stridewhichmay Y out accrtam of from wrappers of pound is day lasts fertilizer cow quar- tette not 5 Coleman Mity Monday the uior been history the for vs in general iv to whelp accept a accept of of tiou with a field abroad which is constantly growing The public is willing and better able to pay for better meat why shouldnt it be produced Drovers Journal e SEVEN YEARS IN nibjVill wonders ever cease quire the friends of Mrs L Pease of Lawrence Kan They knew she had been unable to leave her bed in seven years on a colntof liidney and liver trouble nervous prostration and general debility but Three bottles of Electric Litters enabled me to walk she writes and in three months I felt a new person Women suffering from Headache Backache NerVj ousueiis Sleeplessness MelaiieHbly Fainiiig and Dizzy Spells Mill finds itfSatIsfaction gists Only 5oc Old Newspapers at thisoncer rajcentspef iffan redt All Kinds of Jewelry not the niceJselectguaranteeI HardwareI all down to a small margin of Great Quantities in see us in be to to us ever an of of MT the property No 3S P A D D Sf M D W Cor and Sts KY be at Mt ernon during all R A KY Phone No 48 over I R G A atLa w MT KY MT VEUNON KES Jt Special attention to collections C C Liams MJJ ICY OFFICE On 2nd of The of Mt on attention to G W J W w MT VERNON KY All business entrusted to our will received prompt attention Foam No 8 in the old Saddles Harness of all Kinds ads saddle blankets marked profit 0 China Queens Stoneware tic to from To Our Country Friends we say Come and when town bring your pro duce and the result will satisfaction yourself who will try to show appreciation your patronage f- iHOUK ADAMSMain Street Mt Vernon Ky Insurance all SignalIn M LMYERS DENTIST VERNON KvIOFFICEAt PHONE PennIngton DENTST- N Third Chestnut LOUISVILLE Will Miller House Circuit Courts JONESD- ENTIST STANFORD Office McKenneYsa Williams ttorney VERNON BROWNfticteV OFFICEYp stars inold brick hotel opposite Court house given STil Attorney atLaw VERNON floor Bank Vernon Church streetSpecial given collections MCCIUJIE BROWN McCLURE BRO- WNAtrne3TatiLa care Office Briik- Hotel Tinware collaiSV and ware select and Phone No 252 R FurnitureUndertaking IA full and complete stock All orders filled promptly Motto Best goods and lowest prices J A Mullins Son Successors to Blankunship Mulling LIVINGSTON KENTUCKY MULLINS HOTEL Kurnlsliqd vitH Every Convenience and Comfort John Farmer Prop LIVINGSTON Ky SAMPLE rooms for Commercial men Miller House IHUGH MILLER PROER forIZ at 3 The Veranda Hotel JOSEPH COFFEY PROPR Stanford Ky Specially equipped for traveling men Sample room on first floor Bathrooms free to guests RATES 200 per day Hotel Frith F FRANCISCO Propr Located at the Depotc- vEodhead KY Good Livery Attached Meet all Trains Day and Night Traveling Men and Railroad men Solicited Will fur lunches for all trains i wder Fran ed MONUMENTAL WORKS Brodbead Ky Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones ALL WORK IRST CLASS =SATISFACTION GIVEN