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J 0 t 1f fJf nuul r 4UUU in4Lf r VOLUME XV MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY JUNE 28 1901 NUMBER 40 I i TELL MY FRIENDS TO BE BRAVE AKD FEARLESS AND LOYAL TO THE GREAT COMMON PEOPLE INews Kepis n Port Limon Costa Rica was again swept by fire The smallpox epidemic at Har roclsbur is at an end Heavy damage was done by a storm in Pike county Ky Robert Trail was dragged to his death by a mule in Simpson county Two Boer commanders under Gen Fouche have invaded Cape ColonyJames J Bailey was appointed by the President Secretary of the Guatemalan Legation The epileptic who threw a piece of iron at the Emperor of Germany wilLnot be prosecuted The loss of life caused by the cloudburst in West Virginia will probably not exceed rook general strike of shopmen on the Philadelphia and Reading rail road system is threatened Legal proceedings to prevent the forfeiture of street railway charters in 1 903 were begun in Chicago fState militia may go to enforce the Federal Court injunction again st West Virginia striking miners The French Lick Springs Hotel Company has been incorporated at Indianapolis with capital 600000 The report that the Pennsylvania railroad has acquired the Cambria Steel Company is officially confirm t edIn the House of Commons it was brought out that the South African war is costing England over 6000 060 a week Capt James Fitzgerald an L fund 3Sk conductor was badly cut obstreperoustnegro H The Louisville Medical College building at First and Chestnut was bid in at decretal sale by members of the faculty for 35700 The striking machinists are re ceiving liberal donations from other labor unious in Louisville and feel I encouraged over the situation Judge Barker set aside the verdict tof life imprisonment in Victoria Turners case and she was sentenc ed to five years The crime was robberyChinese merchants will file claims against the United States Government for valuables alleged to have been stolen by American marines at Tien Tsin- Warreu Stoner member of a not ted Kentucky family is under ar- restJ in Chicago charged with work ing a confidence game by means of bogus drafts chargedrwith sending an obscene letter through the mails finds himself in a serious predicament as the result of jokeY LFifteen thousand uniformed Knights of the Catholic Order o St John have arrived at Cincinnati tbatteud the annual convention ot that organization 1t Frank Mekin the deserter of the Thirtyseventh infantry who acted as a Lieutenant with the Filipino insurgents under Cailles was plac ed in irons by the Americans At NashvilleJudge Evans refus bed a new trial in the famous Battle Abbey case but promtsed to reduce j the compensatory damages award ed exLieut Gov Underwood alaPbam Constitutional Convention reconsidered its action refusing to wake provision for families of Sheriffs killed in the discharge of their duties The Criminal Court is under the necessity of securing a special interpreter c for the arraignment of f fifitirGiles who is deaf dumb unable to reador write and has a geofdii iri1 k ctlf wki Land Xfiocli 9Erop i 0 FOR SALEI have for sale 50 bales timothy hay at 50 ets per hundred JOHN D PURCELL June 21 2t FOR SALEr have for sale a number one high grade 3 year old 24 Durham Bull Address J H BLOOMER June 7 4t Woodstock Ky FARM FOR SALE 0 I will sell privately my farm situated on Dry fork Skaggs creek good dwelling and out buildings well watered good young orchard in its first bearing Address JNO C CUIMMINS May 31 tf Signal Office WalterJTurpin bought of John Thompson a milch cow and calf for 30- Toni McClure sold to William Sowder one pair of mules for 120 W B Kidd bought of Fox Harris McDowell of Lincoln county three car loads of slop cat tle at 5 centsVinchester Demo cratThe e Stanford Journal notes the sales of a lot of 65 lb lambs at 43 cts and So cattle 1200 lbs at 50 each Jas L Logan sold a bunch of 12 head of yearling steers to Dick Lu cas at 40 ahead Also bunch of sheep to Jas Leach at 5 cents Cynthiana Democrat M Jk Farris sold this week to Simon Wiehl of Lexington eighty five head of fat cattle for July deliv ery at five cents These cattle will average when delivered 1500 lbs They will be exported Danville NewsA spoonful of common salt sprinkled on growing cabbage will wholly exterminate cabbage worms It should be applied about sundown and ten days or two weeks between times as long as the cabbage stand on the ground The salt prevents rot also and bleaches the cabbage to creamy white The cattle trade has been remark ably good of late with some depre ciation in value The top quota tions for fancy stock are 625 and sales of some extra prime steers are reported at 6 in Chicago the highest price at actual sales for a month past The domestic and ex port demand have both been active Gnassy stock is discriminated against Eastern shippers of milch cows have withdrawn front the market and prices have declined 5 to 10 per head Lexington GazetteThe man who knows how to layoff corn and potato rows and to regulate the distance of the same so as to get the crops is worth a cow pen full of nice kid gloved howfto lead a fashionable waltz Setting a plow just Tight and adjusting the gears so that the backs and should ers of the harses will never hurt are worth a thousand fold more to the country than knowing how to pose in the parlor Yes and a girlthat can bake aloaf of bread and make a sweet roll of butter is worth awholE seminary of those soft hand angels who sit in the pahlah and let their Mas do the kitchen work Joe Irvine sold 100 tat hogs t- orylohnWebb to be delivered at 5ctsW L Caldwell has sold 7 1 head of hogs to D N prewitt at 550 Per hundred Advocate CASTOR IA for Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signataareof j V+ t rrfc 10ii PRIN r SHO ws fHRO UGH CONWAY Ai0 U S Berry is about through planting corn Mrs Frank Jones made a trip to Berea last Sunday Mr Marsh Keller was in this place last week on business Thompson McGuire was in Berea last Monday to see his best girl W H Jordan and wife made a flying trip to Strea last Saturday Jessee Dyke R 11 Johnson and Allen McKinzie were in Wildie last FridayG Shockley and family of Berea were visiting relatives near here last Sunday Miss Annie Mobley was very sick the first of last week the Dr thought she got a dose of poison in some way Sarnie Johnson and Thomas Baker moved from this place last week to a point near Cincinnati they have a job or the section Frank Jones has moved from Livingston to his farm near here he contempolates carrying a small line of goods at his place We understand that our friend Mr Clint Todd has gotten discouraged with the rainy weather and has quit work and gone to fishing Mrs Belle Blazer of Springfield Ohio has been visiting relatives near here for several days she is now with her parents in Knox countyM Jordan accidently broke a two year old heifers leg last Thurs day and had to butcher her so your correspondent got a good fill of beef once more If you would have me write you must manage in some way to get your paper to me for I never could write much at my best and I cer tainiy cannot do much without the aid and presents of your valuable paper so please look after this matter ROCKFORD 0 John Todd has his new stock of goods up and ready for sale Charles Halman is now engaged cutting logs for John Tood James Sexton and Dick King are both preparing to build new housesMrs Polly Allman and daughter Ray ot Richmond are visiting re latives here Plenty of rain and lots of weeds Farmers greatly behind throughout this section- I lI Todd candidate for assessor is making it rather warm for the boys in this section of the county John Cope has moved his saw mill to the timber recently pur chased by John Todd from Wil liam Linville DIDNT MARRY FOR MONEY The Boston man who lately married a sickly rich young woman is happy now for he got Dr Kings New Life Pills which restored her to perfect health Infallible for Jaundice Biliousness Malaria Fever and Ague and all Itiver and Stomach troubles Only 25C at all druggists drug store A GOOD COUGH MEDICINE 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 for the past five years with completes tisfacliO l to myself and custo forithe cough following la grippe and find it very efficaciouSi For sale by Theo Wesley Druggist t Politics and Politicians 0Washington is discussing the probability of the resignation of Secretary ot State Hay The Kansas democrats have re fused to join the populists in thee formation of a fusion party Dr A D James was reappoint ed United States Marshal for the Western district ot Ken tuckyI Both the Republican and National parties of Havana have decided to accept the Platt amendment Gen Sickles says he has the Republican National Committees assurance in writing that Pension Commissioner Evans would not be reappointedIn published in Buffalo Mr Bryan says the Democratic masses will insist upon adhering to the old principles in spite of the threats of reorganizers Consul Hayden of Italy has made a report to the State Department in which he says that the finest quality of macaroni can be made from American wheat It is stated that Grant Gillespie of Missouri one of Funstons officers will succeed Adelbert Hay as United States Consul of Pretoria The Ohio Republican State Con vention renomiuated Nash for Governor by a unanimous vote Carl L Nippert of Hamilton county was nominated for Lieut enant Governor by acclamation The Federal party at San Juan Porto Rico has been reorganized and now pledges support to Gov Allen having tired of the role of malcontents This removes the one stumbling block that has re tarded the islands progress Former Assistant Secretary of the Treasury Vanderlip who has just returned from a trip abroad says he believes Europe is getting ready to enter a trade combine against the United States that will precipitate the greatest commercial war ever known Senator Clay of Georgia says the democrats must drop all taint of populism and earn the confidence 1the business interests of the country if they want to win Mr Clay says there is no leader in sight at present but some great man will rise equal to the occasion William J Bryan says he is for Marcus A Hanna for the republican nomination for president This is reciprocal Mr Hanna was for Mr Bryan for the democratic nomination in 1900 and would probably be gratified to see him in the same position in 1904 Hanna men were elected to everyplace on the State Executive Com mittee at the Ohio State R pub i can Convention in Columbus Tues- daY Charles Foster former Secretary of the Treasury was de feated for member of the State Central Committee because of his opposition toSenator Hanna who will be permanent chairman of the convention A severe sprain will usually dis able the injured person for three or four weeks Many cases occurred however in which a cure has been effected in less than 6rne week by applying Chamberlains Pain Balm For sale by T1eo Wesley Druggist LOSING FLESH In summer can be prevented by taking 1I Scottsmulsio I Its as beneficial in summer a- In winter If you are weak or run down it will build you up Send for free sample SCOTT DOWN C i t3 WHI5 Pearl Street New York andIooi all druggists 4 r THE BANK OF MT VERNON MT VeRNON KY OPENED 1900JIi CAPITAL STOCK 1500O 3 H MARTIN PRE A E EWERS VicePRES W L RICHARDS CASHIER A B FURNISH ASST CASH KruegerGeoWe solicit accounts of firms and individuals Careful atten tion is given collections entrusted to us Our friends and patrons arp invited to call when in town First National Bank- OF STANFORD KY Capital Stock 100000 Surplus 1804076 DlRKCXO S J W Hayden W P Walton J H Collier M D Elmore G Ried T P Sill S H TribbleaM J Miller and S T Harris We solicit the accounts of the citizens of Rockcastle and adjoining counties assuring them prompt and careful attention to all busi ness intrusted to us Personal application and correspondence with a view to business relations invited J S HOCKER Pres JNoTJ McROBERTS Cashier A A McKINNEY Asst Cashier DANNIEOWENS J- 1t IUNDERTAKERI lost JrVCasketsKept in Stock Orders by Mail Telegraph or Telephone Promptly filled BRODHEAD KENTUCKY A GO TO JONAS MCKENZIE MT VERNON KY for Everything inrDry Goods Clothing Boots and Shoes anct General I irMerchandise BEST GOODS AT LOWEST PRIESt WILLIS GRIFFIN i Practical Uridertkier and FUNERAL DIRECTOR Mt Vernon Ky Keeps Coffins Caskets Robes Linen Bosoms Cuffs and Collars furnish Metallic Caskets and have Embalming done on short notice and easy terms Orders Dy telegraph or telephone promptly attended to day and night THEPEOPLES II- DRUGSTORE r CCBDAVISCODRUGS bL n ii P Ffumestatio11eFd1 r F f t Cigars Tot eco Paints Oils TOILET ARTICLES PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED i j t 1f 7 MV LiiTi MowSiJij FkJbAY June 2g 1901 r Published every Friday by JDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION r ONE YEAR IOO F Advert ANNOUNCEMENTS illg application rates made known on We rr authorized to announce iiChesley Payne as candidate for Magistrate in the Second Sifilrift subject to the action of the Repub jean r party rMOIIE and more do we see it ly demonstrated every day that fUI1 inan wl o stands fat the the mass of the people the less are the chances for his electjon to any office The defeat of Mr Clarence JWood for the Mayorship of Rich mond was done only by some rich corporations of that town The tiifie has e6me when good or bad f qualities fseem to cut no figure If one sleeks an office the first thing he must do is to announce himself it favor of the money pow ers and against any and every thing that wculd favor the poor working people and then his election is al most assured J THAT great daily the Courier Journal seems to have taken up tlie fight in earnest for good roads Withthis great Metropoliton Journ al in the lead we may hope to see some much needed legislation on 1 this most important subject She could not devote her columns to a better subject nor could she dis cuss a question of greater interest to the people Bad roads in Ken tucky is the great barrier between the common people and prosperity between the farmer and the market between the day laborer and his daily food A resolution has been introduced in the Alabama Constitutional 4 f Convention providing ibr the Jim peachment and suspension ofa sheriff who through negligence or cowardice allows a prisoner to be injured or killed by a mob If similar law to this was upon the statute books of every State in the ijPuion more care would be taken to protect prisoners and fewer mobs wouldexist The law should say jtfhat shall be done and not a set of disguised ruffians tf MRS GERTRUDE SANDERS post master at New Castle who has been making such a noble fight to retain Jthe office although assailed and persecuted by herpolitcal enemieE stands a good show of wining her point Whether she wins or looses as the case may be she deserves much praise for her splendid efforts Tot mind if there be any office f t in the land j that 4he women should fill the postoffices are the ones THE total amount of taxes to be tollected in Kentucky this year by the county sheriffs is 2796360 52 on an assessment of 588707 480 the equalized value of taxable property in the State The increase iu assessments this year amounts to 9623946 The county of jefferson has tha greatest increase hewealth of that county being equal to one fourth of the entjre state WJrUE court of appeales has re fused to grant the petition of Caleb Powers attorneys ipr a modifica tion of its opinion reversing the- irdict of the Scott circuit court 4 What will be tire next made The duly thing left tjOxdo is l tryfor a RaVrdollJ4 1iIII jh t r VE often hear of people getting tcJo big for their shoes arid such as proven to betb case with col lector Sapp of Iouisvijle and in consequence of thatfact the gentle c rt9fcampaign is over bNEw STaylotvants jjte deinO r s tqnomnate Jsti e 1i1 r flu for iSid 1t When Taylor v c Umcs hack to Kentucky they will do that 1 J ttL t j LEUEL 0 GREEN WHa harvest is about over The Jiand black rust injure 2 it some The latter was playing such havoc with one mans wheat that he cut it on Sunday in order to save it Some thief stli Dr Prices plows and hoes Now this was very wrong for the Dr was not him who would not use them A man a thing in the shape of man who will thus violatethe laws of God and man disregarding the rights of the one and trampling the com mands of the other under his feet deserves the severest punishment No one need to steal in this couriu try Uncle Billmy eldest brother tho old and well stricken with cares and bent under many bur dens like Abraham added by the help of hiswife another to his al ready large familya girl The old fellow seems 20 years younger Well well mity strange things will take place under McKinley prosperityHannerAdministrationRegime to 30 and the od ones wont sellat all I declare I am ashamed to look an honest sheep in the face and talk of its present prices Now my republican friends you will be willing to admit that supply and demand does regulate prices wont you and not polly tix I have cut wheat and hoed corn this week but did not make as big a hand as I used ter donen will change as the days go by Most of the Possom Holler farmers are well up with their work notwith standing the heavy rains Garden truck is awful late and slow about comin into use Taters scace and too small to use but ing erns musturd and lettis plentiful but we are critters often desirous of change Vell Ed I dreamed tother night that the republican primary was over and here iz the ticket Jones Fish Jndge L W Bethurum County Attorney M C Miller CountyClerk Geo Griffin Sheriff John W vesley Kirby Assessor W a b c Davis Sup of Schools I forgot the name of the jailer but he lives on the east side of the county I awoke reflected a moment went to sleep and dreamed yet another dream This time I witnessed an awfulterriblepoliti calbattle but in this it wernt like tother just the repubs against eachotherbut every political tribe and tongue was mixed up in foteSjIand it cum to pass when the smoke ov battle had cleared off and settled down many ov those who went in with colors flying inscribed win or bust had busted and there they lay Dolitical corpses I will give their names hereafter if desired tJ f l + BUCK VARNON LIVINGSTON 0 Henry Reynolds was in Stanford Monday Miss Ellen Butuer returned to her hme at Wildie Saturday Mrs Joe Poynter ofMt Vernon visited relatives here this week Mrs Jael Cooper is with rela tives at Crab Orchard this week Mack Ferrel of Stanford passed through Monday en route to Piue ville Mir and lIrsLC Smith are visiting Mrs ottie Pugh at Pitts burg i 0 i Vi Josephine and Menifee Elmore ret in1 nome from Stanford MondaY g Will Hilton and family visited relatives at Ro angSatE i and 4Sunday Mrs Mahala Carson the vener4 ablemother dfj MrstSueiMullinsf is very sick Mr and Mrs Sam Mason and Mrs Laura Jones returned to Be reaj aturday i t f t tliMxs Natjcy CumminsVof Maret- burg visited Mrs Carson a few days this 7eekti i n L1 + g Sam McClUre and daughterf v Ll1a verjtheutpf1rs Mila- Pettit Sunday f Y rY iif V dt rtt Jati r PHINr SHOWS Bill Muffins Shapnon M Kinney and J H Hockey went to Suda1 IMrs Sue Mulhris who has been on an extended visit with friends in Indiana returned home Mon day Y Miss Lou Mullins of Mullins Station and Jim Southers took in the excursion to Cincinnati Sun day Lynn Neal pillion of Lincoln county is the guest of his grandparents Mr and Mrs W R DiU lion Thos Farley and family and Mrs Lineian visited Bowling Green Lebanon and Louisville last week Mrs J H Tucker of Lincoln county who has been the guest of Mrs W R Dillion and other friends returned home Thursday The Iriquois Tribe No 32 Red Men of Pittsburg came down Sunday on a special train to deco rate the grave of their departed brother John B Clark who vas Duried in the Livingston cemetery some months since The Tribe of this place joined them in their work after which they were in vited to the Wigwam of this Tribe where they were served with re freshments and entertained by a short but good talk by W C Webb of Pittsburg 6 Dr Samuel E Woody has ret ceived a report of a case of a child who beingswathed in cotton lin seed oil and bismuth subnitate and wrapped in a quiltas a treatment for superficial burns perished by the spotaneous combustion of the dressing UNNECESSARY Loss OF TIME Mr W S Whedon Cashier 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 ofvalue to other mechanics He saysII had a carpenter working for me who was obliged to stop york for several days on account qf 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 trom the druggist here and informed me that one dose cured him and he is again at his work For sale by Theo Wesley Druggist PMJIN YEARS restore useAfter Look in 1today ly be last want you- neednkeep illyour gray hair a week longer than you wish Theres no guesswork about this its sure every To color to gray hair using it for two may the if you it so time Awrs HairvigorI or three weeks noticehow much younger you ap pear ten years younger at least Ayers Hair Vigor also cures dandruff prevent fallingQf the hair makes ir grow and is a splen did hair dressing r It cannot help but do these things for tsahairfood When the hair is well fed it cannot help but grow It makes thecaIih- ealthy qfhis cures the disease that causes la hd ruff 1OOabottleIf All druggists My Imir was coiningout badly lnt Ayer iIdr Vigor tilo- ar dJUis UIC1O JUY lair vury- tIlfkflflL nuch larker tlitbefore I thitik4hort is nothing like itffbtf tljeJuiir Cout M JIA Ai rll25il899 Yarrow IiT 1i Wrft Dectma Jr ni ilu not an Ule bet1ftt8 yj lejdre Irm tile HtI o tIieVlgor hIhHt It ri DltJ C YJIttMa t J ==n r SAVES Two FROM DEATH Our little daughter had an al most fatal aittack of whooping coug- handbroncitiwrites Mrs VV K Haviland of Armoqk N Y but when all other remedies fail ed we saved her life with Dr Kings New Discovery Our neice who had Consumption nan advanced stage also used this won derful medicine and today she is perfectly well Throat and lung diseases yield to Dr Kings New Disepyjsry astc no ocher m dI icine on earth Infallible cor Coughs and Colds and 100 bottles guaranteed by alfdruggists Trial bottles free HIS LIFESAVED BY CHAMBERLAINS COLIC CHOL ERA AND DIARRHOEAREMEDY III am sure that Chamberlain1s Colic Cholera arid Diarrhoea Rem edy at one time saved my life ouri1Idoctors said I could not live When I was at the lowest ebb one of lily neighbors brought in a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera atd 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 Fpr sale by Theo Wesley Druggist A TERRIBLE EXPLOSIONI Of a gasoline stove burned a lady here frightfully writes N E Palmer of Kirkman IaliThe best doctors couldnt heal the running sore that followed but Buck lens Arnica Salve entirely cured her Infallible for Cuts Corns Sores Boils Bruises Skin DiseasesI and Piles 25C at all 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 ANOTHER drop came when the Seventh National Batik of New York showel up short to the amount 64410895 The wife of a farmer in Cowley county Kan is burned and dying as a result of the refusal of her husband to deposit 5000 in a place named by unknown blackmailers The Christian county grand jury adjourned without returning an indictment against Dr McCormack in connection with the Western svyltim troublesI I eliem thee phone wil rancmit your ESSAGES from Mt WIllIamsIIston Pine Hill Brush Creek Langford Wildie Brodhead Wabd Level Green Ranford Crab Orchard Stanford Lancaster and nfl central Ken tucky points at low rates Big Four BUFFALO ROUT- EPtN4tMER1CN TO EXPOSITION crcf fcf j p 19O1it tJ i BESi JLINE l JJI- rid 10 4 ianapolis- Peoriaand r t f i rt Chicago INFORMATION cheerfully furnished application at City Ticket Office BIG FOUR No 213 FOUPTHAVEuEorwritetoS t vj iGeneral Agent r jf LtUIVIIE Ky i i IIi me kilii t IRIYI 1IacL 1 PreparaLionforAs siinilatin IlteFood audliegubt- ingthStornachs aadBowes c iii Promotes ness andllestConlauis iuerO- piumJ4orpltine itorincl- NoTNAItcoTc fotOfrS4tUPffY uSflku Sad fxrtuza lmAee Salt Ifrfle Id Jpirnhiit lJi 1IJn nnr I Ape fecl for lion Sour StomachDiarriioca VormsConvulsiolsfcw rlsh ness andLosS ox SLEEP FacSimile Sgnaure c1 NEW YOflK Copy OF WRAPPER tEXACT L t What the Robinson Thermal Bath Cabinet Will DoI IT WILL appeal to your intelligence IT WILL clean all impurities from the skin IT WILL purify the blood and liver IT WILJ cure kidney troubleI IT WILL make beautifulcomplex ion IT WILL cure rheumatism IT WILL relieve ladies of irregularities IT WILL relieve ladies of monthly pains r if WILL cure catarrh t IT WILL cure constipation IT WILL free the system l of to f jH AbaccouIT WILL give nelife to every org nr kf IT WILL curd the worst olas IT WILL relieve tlie system of the effects of liquor IT WILIf relieve all congestions IT WILL give you a better bath v than any water on earth IT WILL be endorsed by every fthonesthysanfEorlSaJe Byw tw j B LECHI ITER tt M VERNON KY fIi j e SGNAx alid get al1 the news all the time froft allover county fciicl State CASTbRI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature Iof In- Use For Over IThirty Years I CASTORIA THE nrvJ yorn tiit j1i TexasILdw RatH to At frequent intervals dur ing 1901 round trip the4feLpm k Memphis to points i r Arkansas Lou- isPtaha Texas and ri Indian and Okla 7hbma Territoriesr iIi rf agreatly reduced fffi f it rates fjwaitto go also wfien you w uld like to leave and we will tell you when you can secure one the lowrate tickets and what it will cost We will also send you a complete schedule for the trip and an interesting f little book Trip to Texas- i F R T P A Ohio tWLa8BWJHE 6 P aid T1 tods ft i l COURT CALENDAR s COUNTY COURT Fourth MOil day in each month QUARTERLY COURT Fiist Monday in January April July and OctoberICIRCUIT COURT Second Mon day in February Fourth Monday in May and Third Monday in September MT VISRNON POLICE COURT Third Monday in each month KOTMJVf- tVruoii Tjit NQJ21 MT VERNON KY MEETS every ist and 3rd Mon day in each month 730 p In GEO S GRIFFIN COM D S PURDOM REG KEEPER A Gallon of PURE LINSEED OIL mIxt with a gallon of tHutaczJ makes 2 Paninthowoiiu 6tw6AJ1i thaiPuntSONOUS HAMMAB PAI is made of thanrsr 09 PAl T MATiRuLSznch as nil good ainters 1fM and is ground THICK VEBY TRICK No trouble to mi 8EtiS- cooiotEoussat ANY Cost and is SIINOT TO CBACK BusTEii PEEL or CHH I1 HAM3IARPA1NT St Io Sold and guaranteed by TilED WESLEY IYIiIaiIn KHn nc y r Mt n VeiTii- I Mt VERNON KY June 28 1901 I r 0J I = I LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RRCo iTIME TABLE I e 24 north 1105 a m 26 north 131 a 01 23 south 157 pir 25 South v 145 a m v JAS IJANDRUM gent L Entered obe Mt Vermu Kyf p stoffie sec cnuClass mail matter MASONIC Ashland Lodge No 040 meets 2nd Sat 1Iay1OAm CHURCHES ChriBtian Ilolds services 1st 3r I Sundaj ntliani and at 630 pm Presbyterian Holds services on the 2nd and 4th auuday morning and evening Baptist Church Services on the Second Saturday night and Sunday Suuday School at 9 a ui every Sunday Prayer meeting on Tuesday nig- htsProiia1s 0 Ed Short spent Sunday with home folks Mr E B Miller was in Lancaster this week George McCarthy was in Stan ferd Monday- C C Williams was in Lexing ton Wednesday Forest TUT pen was over from Langford Tuesday Mrs Fiancis Gentry has been rather poorly this week Mr and Mrs B J Bethurum are visiting friends in Somerset Mr H J Mullins spent Sunday with his brother R B Mullins Arch Furnish went to Cincinnati Sunday to see the big elephant Rev Carmical filled his regular appointment at Preachersville Sunday Mr Jak Sams of near Livingston was here Wednesday on business Mr JG Frith of Bro head was here Monday on important business Mrs Joe Pointer returned Tuesday from a visit to relatives in Livingston Dr M L Myers oUr splendid dentist spent Monday and Tuesday in BrodheadMrs Brown visited Mrs J Thos Cherry at Brodhead the first of the week Mr and Mrs W F Champ spent a few days this week with relatives here Mr James T Adams has been in Stanford for the past ten days under treatment fft Mr G E Painter of near Bro- dheadwas here a short whileester day on business Judge Alcorn passed through Monday afternoon to attend courts in the mountains Dr M Pennington was called Monday to see Mrs Richard South ards who was very ill Miss Hattie Landrum of East Bernstadt ame yesterday to visit her uncle agent J A Landrum Walter Mullins and little Sister Bessiespent Saturday until Mon day with relatives in Livingston Mrs W J Sparks and daughters Fannie Bessie and Mattie B will spend the Fourth with her sister Mrs Jon sat Middlesborough Jini Collyer has opened up a barber shdp at the Crab Orchard Springs Jim is a good barber and aiuighty nice boy and we wish him much success Col J B Fish went to Williams burg yesterday where he will join Mrs Fish who has been there on tw a visit for several weeks They will probably spend the Fourth at M iddlbsboroughJames Wednesday for Lancaster on Thursday he and President Bastiii left for Lexington to attend a meeting of the Independent Telephone Companies of theState Last night they r were given a banquet at the Pheenix Eotel of that city btevChaab r ofCoiItiiierce f d R i Loles1ndJdmes Lavfrence have 9Jetc Duffiefo W Va to work John H Williams Mr and Mr E B Brown of Lebanon Junction are with friends and relatives here this week Mrs CleoiBiown arrived yester i afternoon from Georgetown to IdLY a few da s with relatives Charley Bethurum who was struck by an engine atPittsburg sometime since is again able to be out MrC S Cummins of London passed through to Brodhead Tues day Charley is doing well at his new location tBen D Herndon son 1of Capt Herndou of Lancaster will Iid1dlesborou0 Mrs Joe Purcell came Wednesday to see her father James Houk sr who was very sick He is slightly impioved today Mr and Mrs R C Wade passed through Monday afternoon to their home in Livingston after visit to fi ieuds in the northern part of the state W F McClary G C Fish W lB Whitehead Judge Williams are those who went from here to attend the Good Roads meeting in Louis ville yesterday and today Messrs P L Nash and Tilman Coffey were here Saturday and told us that Miss Sallie a daughter of Mr Coffey and Miss Iwilda Carter daughter of David Carter were both very sick LOCALS Quarterly court will be in ses sion here next llondayd FINED John Graves and Jesse Denny were fined each r and the cost Monday for being drunk MARRIED Miss Schaffer daughter of Mr W T Schafier and Mr Jerry Luiice eloped to Jellico Tues day night and were married STOPS THE COUGH AND WORMS OFF THE COLD Laxative BromoQuinine Tablets cure a cold in one day No cure no pay Price 25 cents TO CURE A COIJD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure E W groves signature is on each box 2tCtS REMOVED Upon the recommendation of Dr John Mason Williams Mrs Ella Baker post master at this place has been re moved and Mr W B Smith appointed in her stead TEMPERATURE The tempera ture reached its highest here rues day of any time during the year At Sparks quarry the heat was so intense that thirteen men were forced to quit work- CATALJGUESThis office will have completed in a short time the catalogues of the Mt Vernon Col legeate Institute The catalogue this year shows advanced improve ments in every way to former years THEN SOMEMr Solly Rid die says he Dug 21 large potatoes from one hill Mr Willis Griffin says There is no telling how many more could have been found if he had just kept on diging JUST RECEIVED A bran new stock of Singer Sewing Machines to sell on small payments or cheap forcash Thirty days trial free A new stock of needles of all kinds shuttles bands oil cans and high grade oil and everything that be longs to a sewing machine Re pairing of all kinds done Supplies sent by mail post paid W M OWENS jun 28 2t Mt Vernon Ky BIDNT LixE IT MrHC Gentry one of our oldest and best citizens says he was given a reception Saturday morning near Buffalo school house which ne did not fully appreciate Upon a cliff near the road werebiqiue un known party or parties who began throwing rocks at him and the almost perfect aim which tthey had showed it to be some one who kvanted to Gentry bodily harmjiisoinfc way v o f iiPRINP SHOWSTHROUGHJ r j spp Wjt i ADMINISTRATORS NCiTIpE L0 lftSutr tfIonce owmg estate will please settle by August ist 1901 f S HsMAiiTiN Adrnr BANIV JBerea is to havea j bank andMrA T Fish formerly of i TIdent Mr Fish is a good citizen and a splendid business man and as the head will be of great value to that new insitution CONCLAVE The LN will sell tickets to Louisville Aug 24 to 28 inclusive final limit Sept 3rd at one fare round trip on account of Triunial Conclave Knight Templar This promises to be one of the biggest things that has been in Louisville in many a day BANKRUPTCY C C and RG Villiams as attorneys filed a pe tition in bankruptcy in the Federal Court in Louisville yesterday onllhisthat he will yet be able to see his way clear and meet the demands of his creditorsIA PRIMARY A meeting of the Republican County Committee was held here Saturday when it was agreed that a primal for the selection of candidates for the different offices should be held August 15th A primary seemed to be very much in demand and that is what they got KILLEDW H Townsend section foreman and Ed Miller colored a section hand were killedj by lightning near Clay City Friday Mr Townsend was a native of this county 43 years old and leaves a wile and three children The re mains were brought to Langfords Station Saturday for burrial CHEAP RATES The L N will sell tickets to Detroit July 5 6 and 7 final limit July i6th at one tare plus 2 for the round trip On account of National Educational Association By depositing ticket withjoint agent at Detroit and paying socts an extension of final limit will be permitted to September 1St inclusive BACK HOME A large number of the soldier boys who have been to the Philippines have passed through here this week to their homes in Easteqi Kentucky They were members ol the 3 ist Regiment which was musWed out at SanFrancisco last week George Pennington of this place tvho al so belonged to this regiment is now in Oregon spending a few days with relatives but will be home in a few day- sC0NTEsTTlIe contest at the Walton Opera House at Stanford Friday night was well attended and greatly enjoyed by the large audience which filled the opera house to its full capacity The judges Hon James D Black Hon Chalks MetcaJf and Judge RG Williams awarded the first prize to Miss Theo Hemphill of Lan caster which was an elegant dia mond ring and the second prize to Miss Emma Dearing of Flemings burg which was a beautiful silver water set Each participant al though only two out of the seven received any prize should feel proudof the admirable way in which they acquitted themselves MADE MONEY Williams Hicks formerly of this county but now living at Bluefieids Va spent a few days here last week and went from here to Knox to look over the coaland oil field in that noun ty When Mr Hicks left this county only a few years ago his means were rather limited but by hard work and close application to his business he has been success ful m accumulating a nice little fortunesIn addition to a large furniture store and undertaking establishments which he cqntrples himself he is also interested in several other enterprises and only few daysago was made President 1a the Bluefiejidsv Banking Co which was a high compliment to this splendid young business man =DOING V fLoVhilJ in 0rab Orchard Monday we called in to Haganfopen a tst99k ofdrugat that nlaceg Mr 1 ri Is a good dr ggistofa nire gentleman and we hope him much Miccess4n his new location BVrW t X QTM rJThe Lsdjes of the Tuesdayi18 oclock the K O TMs went to the hall where some dtlightful refreshments were served by the ladies and speechmaking was done by the Knights After a stay of one hour the Knights retired from the room arid the ladies proceeded with their organization They hope to have a flourishing lodge in a short timeIMARRIED Miss Berda Martin daughter of Mr and Mrs S H Martin of Maigtburg and Mr D C Sandidge a wholesale and retail grocery merchant of Lynchburg Va were married at Junction City Ky Wednesday J Miss Martin was one of the mosttaented young ladies of the county and was a great favorite with her associates MrI Saudidge most certainly made a splendid selection for his lifes corn panion They left Wednesday afternoon on their bridal tour for Buffalo New York and other Eastern cities after which they will return to Lynchburg where they will make their future home The Signal extends its heartiest congratulations SEVEN YEARS IN BED Will wonders ever cease in quire the friends of Mrs L Pease of Lawrence Kan They knew she had been unable to leave her 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 I ousness SleeplessnessMelancholy Fainting and Dizzy Spells will find ita priceless blessing Try it drugIgist soc HEARTBURN When the quantity of food taken is too large or the quality too rich heartburn is likely to follow and especially so if the digestion has been weakened by constipation Eat slowly and not tco freely of easily digested food Masticate the food thoroughly Let six hours elaps between meals and when you feel a fullness and weight in the region of the stomach after eating indicating that you have eaten too much take one of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and the heartburn may be avoided For sale by Theo Wesley Druggist PJ genuineLaxativethe remedy that cnres a cold in one day Healthy Mothers Few mothers are healthy because their duties arc so exacting The anxiety H of pregnancy the shock of childbirth 1 and the care of young children arc severe trials on any woman But withw Wine ofCardui within her grasp every mother every woman in the landcan pay the debt of personal health she owes her loved ones Do you want robust health with all its privileges and pleasures Wine of Cardui will give it I to you WiNCilistrengthens orates We every female ill or weakness it is the best medicine made Ask your druggist for JOG bottle Wine of Cardui and take no substitute under any tjrcunvtances Mrs Edwin CKM Gormer MIcLi When I cocmntnceduiing Wince Gardin I was hardly atls 1boIIfanillno nilk Alter using the Wine durihg pregnzacy this time I gave Krth last month to a baby girl anJ waain labor only two hours withooUiltlcpaio- wdI of milk For this great improve meatinmyhcahhlthankGodiidWiaeolCarduL Pot dvicc la eases requiring specaldirecas siJnsi givioc YP The Ladies Chat4taDooTenn c C r CH FRiTH IRODHEAD KENTUCKY = ==IliD OJXE todayCOMEtoipor1 row COME any time But fOr your own in terest be jture to come I ONTfliUY FROM US until prefeiityoubuyWe will save You Time and Moaeyj Can goods Ssc =2 lb Rolled Otis cABig Largair in SHOESIHATSAND NOTIONS TopBy BDDTH BETTER GOODSIAT LOWER PRICES THAN YOU CAN GET ELSEWHERE iht W You t 4 Run After Them1t I0V Prices and High Qualities BYfrAibuckles Coffee i24fLion Coffee I25c XXXX Coffee i2cGood Green Coffee IDC to 12fC Flour ISrS per bbl 440 Fiour Mt Belle 400 Flour Plain Family 360 Granulated Sugar i6lbs 100 Light Brown Sugar 17f lbs ipo Syrups per gallon 30C 7 Cakes of D Boone Soap IOC Coal Oil best per gallon iSc Calico best Grades 5C W IFORJUST OPENEDI Y N EMi GQODS Just From the CityEverything JSFevr Nothing Old SIDE MAIN ST KRUEGER U JiNEAR R R DEPOT Drv Goods arid NotionsNewestJ Styles and Fashions at pricesGROCERIES AND PROVISIONS Rockbottom PricesrHat Cap Ioot and 0hoeS5PRO TINiV ARE In Abundance marked down low DAVE POYNTER will have charge and Gladly wait on you CANT Afford cvTO PaintT- HE man who says that forgets that painting properly done is economy and the fact is he cant afford NOT to paint HOW often you require to paint is largely dependent upon the paint you use The Sherman Williams paints out last others 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 paints THE SHERMANWIL LIAMS PAINTS They are made for many different kinds of painting Whatever it is you want to painta house or anything in or out of the house we make the right paint for that particular purposenot one slapdash mixture for all J6SOLD BY C H FRITHBRODHEAD KY KGSTftUKftNTU BRQCERY MD CONFECTIONERY w 4 0 e JHISNRY FISH Prop iMEALS at all bourS 0 jNICE COOL Dunks for the hot days ikeCream Candjes Nuts Fruits Canned Goods Gro Ic cries tt FRESH BREADalWays on hand p ICE on Land for sale Come and be refreshed 2In Basement old brick hotel opposite Courthouse 7 may 24 tf jc cth rr THE AMERICAN INVESTMENT COMPMR d 2RESERVEAMOUNT PAID COUPON HOLDERS Address correspondence to HOME OFFICE LEXINGTON KY GOOD TERMS TO FIRST CLASS AGENTS Go To A BRYAN1r C i f k tFOR i t1ikindS of ii Lowest Staple arid Fancy Gr cerie DryGQb ls 11andNoiions BoOts and rSlioes tanIlgoods found in a geneval store JUST by the Depot MTERNON KV 41 n Jr = 1 f Pi i MT VERNON TO THE FRONTr R x MON EY TALKS Btit Now Prices Sftrielt at d I HOUK ADAMS Home NteIdeas tow Good CHIPS Are Still flying from the Original Prices and many are the Bargains that will bring you w back again main and again as it comes to us so it goes to you a Bargain i I Old Reliable in Quality but Up to the Minute in Style SUITS fit for a Prince almost within the reach ofa pauper WE not the dumping place for the wholesale trade but our goods are picked by us UptoDate and Fashionable HOME MARKETS Corrected each week by dams Mt Vernon Ky Arbuckles Coffee Houki Lion CsSiee GxClCoffee Joi2 lcuwt No i per batrel 450 Belle of Lincoln per brl 400 Daisy flour per barrel 425 hbelle flour 450 pry salt meat per lb ogc Country meat smoked i to Dan Boone Soap 3 cakes SC Star Soap 3 cakes IOC Rice No i per lb7jzcgranulated Sugar per lb6IZc 1 Extra Light Brown Sugar Ib 6cS- prup Caramsl gal bucket 35c- hiPstufdnerhundred 1 i o Calicos alSi the best brands 5c Calico all cheap grades 5C under Can gJodt1 8 j3c Clothing suits 2 soc to 1250 Lard me in small lots bets in 50 lb lots or more Millet hay on hand Hggs per dox 8Vc feathers per lb 40 Goal oil jo I5c 10 ibs Keg soda i5c SERMON BY REV A J PIKE 0 Mortify therefore your members which a1 upon the earth i The definition of death which science has given us is this 11 falling out of correspondence with environment When for example a man loses esIpondencelimited iu an important he is less living than he was before If in addition lIe lose the Tense of touch and hearing his corres pondences are still further limited and is therefore still further dead And when all possible corres pondencies have ceased and when the nerves decline to respond to any stimulus when the lungs close their gates against the airs when the heart refuses to correspond with the blood by so much as an other beat then we say the corpse is wholly and forever dead The soul in like manner whichIlies no correspondence spiritual environment is deadIt may be that it never possessed soirituallearresponse to the love of God If so having never lived it cannot be s iid to have died But not to have these correspondences is to be in f the state of death To the spiritual world to the Divine environment it is deadas a stone which has never lived is dead to the environ ment of the organic world Now when the natural man be comes the spiritual man the great dhangft is described by Christ as a Easing from death unto Life But before this change occurred the Prac f5cal difficulty was this how to g fcrnto correspondence with the nefr environment But no sooner is this correspondence established than the problem is reversed The question now is how to get out of correspondence with the old environment The moment the new life is be gun there comes a genuine anxiety tobreaK loose with the old For rite former environment has now tj pm e erabarressing And the Qitlrefuses to be dismissed from consciousness It competes with tlteuew environment for a share of tfie correspondences And hi a hundred ways the former traditions t and of the andphabits of the earlier life now corn plicate the new relation The complexed ands bewildered soul in fact finds itself in corres pondence witb t vo environments each with urgent but yet incom pntibleclaims it is a dead spill liv jug in a double world a world whose inhabitants are deadly enemies and engaged in perpetual civil war fLll1e position of things areiper = DlexiuK It is cleat that tip mmir cats attem t totliveboth lives Y WI Mtjj = t == rlfte Immense stock of lh A totriKing Feature Goods and Notions ciott ing Fine Shirts Neckwear Hats and Caps Soots and Shoes Every new at prices that will astonish you Our Store is a Wonderpeople will see new styles added to our list all saving opportunities because tof our that qnick small profits Our predominates LIFE IS A LONG W ALK and a good easy Shoe will help to make way B a smoother and heres a cut rate for a part of the journey at least Mens Shoes from r to suit all the MENSTahlp from per yard to dress a table IvIlmClld out and out and look and get the pickof the store our shelves are groaning under the loads Mens and Boys Suits To Suit Youv cf 2 To walk both in the flesh and in the spirit is morally impossible- No man as Christ so often emphasized can serve two mas ters And yet as a matter of fact here is the new born soul or being in communication with both environments With sin and purity light and darkness time and eternity God and the Devil and undecided soul is now in correspondence What is to be done in such an emergency How can the new life itself from the still persistent past A reajdy solution of this difficulty would be to die Were one to die organically to die and go to heaven all correspondence withI the lower environment arrested at a stroke For physical death of course simply means the final stoppage of natural correspondences with this sinful world But this alternative fortunately or unfortunately is not open to us The detention here of body and soul for a given period is determined for us and we must the situation We must look then for a further alternative Actual death being denied us we must ask if there is nothing else resembling itno artificial relations no or semblance of death which would serve our purpose In other words if we cannot yet die absolutely surely the next best thing will be to find a temporary substitute If we cannot die altogether jn short the most we can do is to die as much as we can Now let us see how this is to be accomplished To die to any environment is to withdraw correspondence with it to cut ourselves off so far as pos sible from all communication with it So the solution of the problem will be this for the spiritual life to reverse continually the of the natural life The Spiritual man having passed from Death unto Life the natu passiunto opened the new set of correspondence he must deliberately close up the old As we said once before Regeneration in short must be accomplished by degeneration Now we Jiud this doctrine every where discribed and recommended by the founders of our holy relig ion In the Regenerated man we find two natures the man and the Spiritual man And God tells us we can not comIganically and must remain here for auironing ourselves dead Seeing that until this organic life is complete we cannot die physically we must in the tnean languageOfa x i dltG ihftJ 1ifQnili ntY y Yitt 1 lt FROM 25cts 150 you need not go shirtless at these figures 20cts to SOcts all natural to 2 up to 12 50 Over all and jackets assortment of sizes that will go to YOU cheap R which by competing for his corres pondences has now become an ob stBcle to our Spiritual life The methods by which the spiritual man is to withdraw himself from the old environment or from that part of it which will directly hinder the Spiritual lifeare three in number First suicide second mortification third limitation But we are discussing mortifica tion The Apostle Paul says If ye through the spirit do mortify the deeds ofthe body ye shall live and mortify therefore your mem bers which are upon earth The word mortify here is literally to make to die But of course the Apostle means to die to sin Now in contrast with suicide mortifica tion a lather than a sudden process The contexts in which these passages occurrs will make this meaning so clear and are otherwise so instructive that we will quote them from the new version at that are after the flesh do mind the things of the flesh they that are after the the things of the spirit For the mind of the flesh is death but the mind of the spirit is life and peace because the mind of the flesh is enmity against God for it is not subject to the law of God neither can it be and they that are in the flesh cannot please God Bnt ye are not in the flesh but in the spirit if so be that tbe spirit of God dwell in you But is any man hath not the spirit of Christ he is none of His And if Christ is in you the body is dead because of sin but the spirit is life because of righteous ness But if the spirit of Him that raised up Jesus from the dead dwelleth in YOU He that raised np Christ Jesus from the dead shall quicken also your mortal bodies through His spirit that in You So then brethren we are debtots not to the flesh to live after the flesh for if ye live after the flesh ye must die but if by the spirit ve mortify the doings marg of the hodrye shall live And werearaised together with Christ seek the things that are above where Christ is seated on the right hand of God Set your mind on the that are above not on the things that are upon the earth For ye died and your life is hid with Christ in God When Christ who is our life shall be manifested then shall ye also with Him be manifested in GloryzIortifyjth- erefor your members which are upon the earth fornication un cleauneas passion evil desire and covetousness which IS idolatry for which things sake cometh the wrath of God the sons of disobedience in the which ye also walked aforetime when ye lived in these things But now put ye also awayvalt these anger wrath fiiaHce rails ofiuICO The of i CaI ldIVaiuest l are article stylishand view the large Stock select from and allJ money determination sales and Motto little 75rtrade SHIRTS Everything Come confused deliver accept ourselves imitation simply processes 50 pants implies gradual lengthThey but spirit dwelleth things the your mouth lie not one to another seeing that ye put off the old man with his doiugs and have put on the new man which is being re newed unto knowledge after the image of Him that created him Now then from the nature of the case as herein stated it is evident that no sudden process could en tirely transform a man form the old into the new relation To break altogether and at every point with simpleIe old environment at many pcints a severe temptation temptationsI do not care how anxious we may be to be free from all The difh culty in many of these cases will arise from the peculiai feature of the temptation the difference be tween a sin of drunkenness and let us say a sin of temper is that in the former case the victim who would reform has mainly to deal with the environment but the latter with self The drunkardstemptat- ion is a known and defined thing His safety lies in avoiding some ex j ternal and material substance and so long as he can keep himselfclear of the external relation the man is safe The illtempered person on the other hand can make very little of his environment What he has to deal with then mainly is the correspondence the tempter itself And that we all know involves a i5ciplineI Degeneration The useless member here is not cut off but simply re lieved as much as possible of all ex gradnaldecayand more neglected it ceases to be a- channel for life at all So we are commanded to keep in subjection and to mortify everything about us that is not in harmony with Christ The well defined spiritual life is not only the highest life but it is also the most easily lived The whole cross is more easily carried than the half It is the man who tries to make the est of both ith1eri masters misses the benediction of both But he who Jias taken his stand who has drawn a boundary line religiousfife toIhimfindscomes to be as if it were not His faculties falling out rpf correspondence gradually lose their sensibilities and releases pine for the sacred communion ofahigher lifeSo even here to die is gain Old Newspapers at this office for 2 25 cents per htrndBred V r t f thejcommonevery plece carrYlng a guarantee Hardware Tinware Saddles blankets all marked down to a small margin of profit Great Quantities jTo Our CountryFII in and see when in town bring your produce and the will be satisfaction to and to us who will ever try show an appreciation of your patronage HOUK ADAMS r 1 Main Street Mt Ky 25AGENTSInsurance of all kinds Call at the Signal office Mt Vernon n MLMYERS DENTIST MT VERNON Ky OFFICEAt the Rice property PHONE No 38 P A Pennington D D S M D DENTST- N W Cor Third and Chestnut Sts LOUISVILLE KY Will be at Miller House Mt ernon during all Circuit Courts RA JONES DENTIST STANNCDRDKY Phone No 4 Office over Higgins McKenneys Store G Williams fR ney v MT VERNON KY R L BROWN ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KENTUCKY JWOFFICE Up stairs in old brick hotel opposite Court house Special attention given to col lections IC C Williams AttorneyatLaw MT VERNON ICY Js T OFFICE On 2rcl floor The Bank of Mt Vepaeu on Church street Special attention given to collections t G W MCCIURI J VV BROWN McCIyURE BROWN AttorneyatLaw MT Vnxz KY All business entnisD to our care will receive pnmpt attention Office room No S Jn ttte old Brick Hotel ik xcIt l of all Kinds collarpads saa otdle China and Queens ware Stoneware c to select from Come us result yourself to Vernon atLa of Hares i Furniture and Undertaking A full and complete stock All Ii orders filled promptly Motto Best goods and lowest prices J A Mtilliris Soin SiV3e38ors to Blankensbip S Mullins lyrsiNGST N KENTUCKY JBTOtUIS flOTEL i Furnished with Every Convenience and Comfort John Farmer Prop LIVINGSTON Ky SAMPLE rooms for Commercial men y House IHUGH MILLER P30 Ri Headquarters for Commercial Men IEirPorter at all tr insP The Veranda Hotel JOSEPH COFFEY PROPR Stanford r KyiSpecially equipped for traveling men Sample room on first floora rj Bathrooms free te pests RATES 200 per day Hotel FrithrF FRANCISCO Propr it Located at tie Depot crrwo iM Bodhead KY 1GoMeet all Trains Day aud Niiff Traveling Men and Railroad d men Solicited Will fur lunches for all trainsa i t t 1 tr r TRI wder Francigec MONUMENTAL WORKS Brodbead Ky Granite and Marble Monuments and TombstonesALL WORK FIRSTCLASS SATISFACTI G Nv ra qJ t r I y lc