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NUMBER'S acres listed in the name of W. 100 acres'listed in the name of J. D. nearest resident Wright T. Townsen, nearest resident Robl. Morris, tax and cost 3 35 201 Mcl.emore, tax and cost On the Fourth Monday in Nov., The French squadron has left the So acres listed in the name ot O. 50 acres listed iu the name of 1901, I, orotic of my deputies will Sarah Moblcy hens, nearest resi- M. Wallen, nearest resident Mrs. island of Mitylene. sell at the front door of the Court- dent H. E. Northan, tax and Jas. Price, tax and cost 3 90 Many casualties have resulted house in Mt. Vernon, .the follow' 2 45 cost 60 acres listed in the name of v'from earthquakes at Erzecuui, ing tracts of land for taxes for 1900-190-1: 7 acres listed .in the hatue of Thos Sarah Jones; nearest resident J. L. ' """" , Argenbnght. nearest iesident Lark Norton, tax and cost 4 28 inn norps 1itfrl itii tlio nnmp nf Chumley. taxjuid cost ,s 28 Japan will 'establish' a overn-me40 acres listed in the name of armor plate plant at a cost of John Parker, nearest, resident A. 24' acres listed in the name of Sal-li- e Squire Newcomb, nearest resident Sams, tax 'and cost 3 43 Arnold, nearest resident Kiite Noah Bishop, tax and cost 3 06 ' :six million yen. ' , 40 acres-liste2 43 'name, of Carpenter, tax and cost 1 town lot in Brodhead listed in wheat farm, the Susie Paterson, nearest resident A i8o,ooo-acr100 acres listed in the name of the name of Joljn W. Newland, tax in the world, will be estab- Allen Mounce, tax and cost 2 43. Arnold aud Baker, largest nearest resident and cost 5 28 ' lished in Western Kansas. 100 acres1 listed in the name 6f Tom Stalworth, tax aud cost 5 20 32 acres listed in the name of Peter Gilsey, head of the rich Th'eo Pigg, nearest resident JJl 25 acres listed in the name of J. Mrs M. F. Oweiis, nearest resident bert Browning,- tax and cost 5 "57 L. Ball, nearest resident Elic Hel- W. M. Crank, tax and cost 1 97 New York family, died on the 20 acres' listed in the name? of ton, tax and cost 3 90 11 acres lilted in the name ot street from a burst blood vessel. George Pointer, nearest .resident no acres listed iu the name of Amanda Owens, nearest resident Ibis again reported that Jessie F.ohtter, tax an d cost 287 Elbert Browing, nearest resident M. C' Tyree, tax and cost 2 20 1 town lot in Livingston, listed of the 'Grand' Duke and Grand Llieo lJigg, tax and cost 3 43 50 acres listed iu then ame of Geo. in the nnme of John C. Powell, J3uchess of Hesse is impending. 2 town lots in Livingston, listed Ed Painter, nearest resident Jr F. tax and cost 4 28 in the name of De Bryant, tax and Harris, tax and cost 4 59 It is reported that Senator Quay 50 acres listed in the name of cost 25 acres listed in the name of 7 98 "of'Penusylvaniaj-wuresign his W. H. Rentier, nearest resident .56 acres listed in the name of Riley Ross, nearest resident Bub Jhe Senate on account1 of G. W. Anderson, tax aun cost 3' 90 seat'Jn 2 97 Thos. Clark, nearest resident Jas. Ross, tax and cost 134 acres listed in the name o Durham, tax and cost acrej? listed in the name of J. 2 43 s 25 1 town lot in Livingston, listed R. Ross, nearest resident Bub Carnegie has announced that he S. J. Robinson, nearest resident Hustou, tax and cost 3 98 in the name of Martha Clancy, tax Ross, tax and cost ' 3 20 will increase by $2,000,000 his John 100 acres listed in the name 'of and cost 1 97 , 50 acres listed iu the name of large donations to the Carnegie 'Ben Thomas, nearest resident W. nearest resident 25 acres listed, in the name of Wm. Harrison, Institute in Pittsburg. M. OwenjJ, tax and cost 2 87 3 43 Tilda Collins, nearest resident S. P. John Adams, tax aud cost Edgar Stanton Maclay states that ;, 1 town lot in Livingston, litted Griffin', tax and cost 1 acres listed in the name of 200 97 N, Ison, nearest resident Gran-y,ill- c he will revise his book, entitled "A 'jn the name of A. J. Smith; tax 50 acres listed iu the name of Ji-- .i J. Leece) tax and cost 3 43 Collins, nearest resident Robert 7 60 History of the United States Navy," and cost 30 acres listed iu the" name ofvC. Jewell, tax and' cost 91 acres listed iu the name of 3 43 if Schley is exonerated. R. Payne, nearest resident A. J. 56 acres listed in the' name of Elien'Linch, nearest resident Gum Leslie Combs dislocated his knee-- ' Payne, tsx and cost 3 ""43 Ed Cottiu, nearest resident W. H.- Sulphur, tax aud cost 3 35 '' 3 90 42 acres listed in the name of J. cap. in alighting fronia .Washing40 acres listed in the name, of Morris, tax and cosl N. Lutes, nearest resident E. S. ton street car and may bej confined William Pcrcifield, nearest resident 157 acres listed in the name of D. Cptteugim, tax and cost ' 3 90 Winnie Chestnut, nearest resident Lutes, tax and cost fot 1900 and to liis room1 Several days. , ' 260 acies listed in the name of J, W. M. Fish, tax and cost 5 29 7 05 1901 A new dynamite gun said to be W. Riddle heirs, nearest resident 100 acres listed in the name of acres listed in the name .of 44 the Vnost destructive ever invented George Proctor, tax and cost 13 06 Emly Daugherty, nearest resident Henry Maddox heirs, nearest resident J 110 Blanton, tax aud cost 5 20 1 97 was successfully tested at Fisher's 30 risres listed in the name' of Jas. Mahaffey, tax and cost 'James Kinley, nearest resident A. 48 acres listed in the name of Island, New York harbor. 30 acres listed in the name of 2 97 Hardin Durham, nearest resident Johu Roberts, nearest resident Lee J. Payne, tax and cost Henry Clay McDowell, a great ' 6 '03 2 78' Robins, tax aud cost 50 acres listed iu, the name of J. tiraut Loving, tax aud cost grandson of the great commoner, B. Baily fur 1898, 1899, 1900 and r.ai&elof Vp 70 acres listed in the 20b nsres listed in the uanie of has been appointed United States 1901, nearpst resident Joe Doan Elkins heirs, nearest resident Jones L. - SinglctbV jjASftdstrTSiaeift " - .5'vi.7 Woods Le'ece, tax'a'nd cost 3 90 District Tudge'for Western Virginia,- tax and cost French, taxand cost 5 20 acres listed 'in the name of 100 200 acres listed iu the name of 222 acies listed in the name, of Mrs."Heury. Bovlt; Sr'., died iu a "nearest resident John W. Marler, nearest ' iesident Mrs. E. Griffin, nearest resident TV. L. Singleton, cost carriage in frotit of St. Mary,'s 3 43 cost-George Pope, tax and cost 20 P. J. Hall, tax and '5 56 12 J. L. .Brown, tatf and church, iu New Albany, ' while 15 acres listed in the name of listed in the nnie of 35 acres 190 acres listed in the name af J. services were beingvheld over her Jas. Spoor. anioore, nearest resideut W. Millerk, nearest resident Will George Griffin, nearest resident D. Fount Harris, tax and cost ' 357 husband's remains. tax 3 Ham's Cox, tax and cost n 82 Clark, acresand costin the. name 20 76 acres listed in the name of F. of listed 565 Thb Bank of Treutou, Ky was 17 acres listed in the name of Mrs. T. A. Gresham, nearest resi- M. Thomas, nearest resident jas. by burglars about 1 o'clock Sally Wiley, nearest resident rB. dent Livingston, taxandcost43 13 Mobley, tax and cost entered 3 20 1 ,97 They secur- Bodkin, tax and cost Wednesday inorniug 96 acres listed in' the name of ' 1 town lot in Livingston, listed One town lot in Mt. Vernon, in the name of Mrs. M, J. Goodin, j. N. Thomas, nearest resident jas. ed about $300 and succeeded in nearest resident Jim Taylor, tax tax and cost 3 75 10 75 Mobley, tax and cost making their escape. and cost 4 8a 100 acres listed in the name of 100 acres listed in the name of Miss Emma H. King, ofBrobk-lyn- , One town lotln Mt. Vernon near- Hackney heirs, nearest resident Jas W. R. Cress, nearest resident S. E. 8 45 has offered herself as a subject est resident Jam. .1. White & Co., C." McGttire, tax and cost 2 43 Cress, tax and cost 2 90 for inoculation to test Dr. Koch's tax and cost 90 acres listed in the name of D. 50 acres listed in the name of theory about the iutransmissibility Pauling Ingram, nearest 'resident G. Cummins, Nearest resident Rich60 acres listed in the name of 4 82 of bovine tuberculosis to human Mrs. L. B. Adams in Mt. Vernon Grant Loving, tax and cost 243 ard HaytS, tax and cost name of acres listed in the 16 35 93 tax and cost 30 "acres listed in the name of beings. nearest resident John C. Johnson, nearest resident Adam Cromer, tax and cost 50 acres listed iu the name of E. Van Sweariuger, 3 43 President George ,G. Brown, of T Adams, nearest residont J. H. Albert Griffin, tax and cost 4 35 93 acres listed 'in the name of me .uouisviu.cji rcawicnau wipuu-age- , Reynolds, tax aud cost 2 93 400 acres listed in the name of in his annual report, suggested Eliza Gentry, nearest resident j'. Wm. Decker, nearest resident A. 160 acres listed in the name .of 3 37 613 Cromer, tax and cost an addition to the orphanage at Sam McClure, nearest rasidet H. G. H. Ramsey, tax and cost (CONTINUED ON 4TH PAGKS.-75 acres listed in the name of Anchorage, to cost from $ 1,000 Edwards, tax and cost 9 44 EU Hall, nearest resident Car Burto $20,000. 20 acres listed in the name of H. nett, tax and cost 3 20 Representatives of over seventy-fiv- B. McKinney, nearest resident J 322 acres listed in the name of ,2 87 Elizabeth Harper, nearest residenf independent cracker jbakincr tflibbard, tax 'and tost n 5 97 75 acres listed in the name of M. Sowder, tax and cost concerns InalhpartS'ofthe country-arEster Mason, nearest resident listed iu the nane of in session in Cincinnati, jand it 40 acres Brush Creek, tax and cost 4 28 Luejnda Adams, nearest resident mey win iuiui uu us- lSSiaica luai 3 43 2.s acres listed in the name of W. H. Reed, tax and cost isociation to fight the trust. W M. Miracle, nearest resident J. 100 acres listed in the name of 2 97 Eldridge Bullock, nearest residnt J. , Judge Day, of tlier United' States T. Durham, tax and cost 352 Court of Appeals, has ordered a acres listed in the name of W. Bullock, tax and cost 45 Almda Metcalfe, nearest resident 50 acres ljstcd in the. name tof new trial in the case of J. M. 2 43 Natli Btissel, nearest resideut Jas. accused of embezzling Geo. Griffin, .tax and cost tax and cost 2 20 ' ' Livingston, listed Mize, ballance 1 town lot Infunds of the defunct German acres listed in the name of Geo. 75 ' the name of A. M. Minkktax aud National Bank, of Louisville. Richard , , COSt 1)9,7 Bussel, nearest resident ,; 'J.,'narue of Moore, tax aud cost. v GoyBeckhiuitha5 sent 'a, caustic 30 acres listed Ui,the letter 'ioiGovDhrDin, of Indiana, W. A, Morris, nearest resident T. B. 50 acres listed iu the name .of C. B, Carr, nearest resindeut E, resenting the insult which Gov. Morris,' tax and cost T 3 43 Hall, tax and cost 343 DurbuV casts upon Kentucky and 75 acres listed in th&natnc- of Cal 75 acres listed in the name of its' officials aud courts. He accuses Mullins, nearest ..resident is. f. J. F. Dyer, nearest resident Thosar The above portrait is that of 3" 90 Gow Durbin of violating his oath Griffin, tax' and co.4t Bowmen, tax 366 Countess Mogelstud, of Chicaof office and of protecting Taylor 2co' acres listed iu the name of is acres' listed iu the name of go, III., whose gratitude for the and Finley in fulfillment ofi ;au W." J. McNal)b, nearest resident Green Wiggins nearest resident benefit received from the use of $ 20 Wm. Wiggaus, tax and cost 2.66 Dr. Miles' Nervine prompted uov. uurQin Sam Sams, tax and cost her to make this statement: 200 acres listed hi the name of 5 acres listed in the name of Bill is accuted of having unjustly, and "It affords me great pleasure; to add McWhorter. nearest resi- Adanic Col,, nearest resident Sam deliberately misquoted the record Nathan my testimony to the very exfccllciit dent Jones French, tax and cost,3 35 Sniith. tax and cost 3 06 merits of Dr. Miles' Nervine. Although iu the tritil 0 Caleb Powers in order I am past 80 years of ace I find it 1 acre listed in 'the name of Joe 67 acres listed iu the name of an honest 800theslhe tired brain, quiets the irrito bring discredit upon tated nerves and insures restful sleep. W. M. Newcomb, nearest resideut Newfcomb Col., nearest resident J. feel contented without a bottle I aud.tiprighlyjudge. t Gov, Beck-kai- ii Mary Mullins, tax and cost cost 274, of neverthe house." Gratefully yours, 3 29 C. Myers. tax,-auit in cites' tjte opinion 6fthe .ChTef CuitiSTiANA Maria, iacre listed in the tfamonf Win., 100 acres listed in tlie iitt'ine qf Countess Mogelstud. Justice of the Supreme Court' of the Sarah Owens, nearest resident S. tHiatt, nearest resident Sam Smith, Dr. ' ' United States in the Davidson case P. Griffi'ii, tax and cof x 2.431 3 35 ta,x and cost Miles Durbin1 lias no to 'sliWtlut1 Govf i(iiamc",'o in the 'name of ' 100 'acres-listeis a nerve tonic and strength-build3 acres listed iti tlie discretionary power' whatever and John L. Owens, nearest resident Thos. P. Smith, nearest resident E. that starts right in re- -' Mullins, tax aud cost must honor1 requisitions, "'asMhey H'1. storing health immedir.tcly. '"t Sold' by nil DrussUts. are presented iu good faith, as the name of ,5P acres listed in 'listed 1 town lot in Livingston', Dr. MII83 Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind. officer must in the name of Steve Owens, tr.x Ca'thrine Smith, nearest resident much so as a peace 1.97 aud cost 3 35 Jas. Maillins. tax and cost serve a warrantor a civil process. VNEWS ITEMS Sheri'p kand alep 11 'Mci-,embre- t THB UW -- 1. OF MT. VERNON. MT. VeRNON, KY.. OPENED 1900. raasa&ssraTCSKEcsn Ar-men- ia. ''"' CAPITAL STOCK, C C. WILLIAMS, Prhs W. L. RICHARDS, Cashier, ,$15,600 JAS. T. At)AMS, A. B. Vick-Pre- s. nt -- in1-t- he e Fiitz Krucger, Rod Perry, Vincent. Boreiug, J. E. Houk. -- DIRECTORS. Jonas McKeuzie, FURNISH, A'sst. Cash. Geo. Livesay, A. T. Fish, We solicit accounts of firms and individuals. Careiul atten- tion is given collections entrusted to us. Our friends and patrons ar invited to call when in town. 1 . FSrs Capital riaflofiai Stock, 5100,000. Banke $180,40.76 " OR STANFORD, KY. Surplus, tlt. DIRECTORS: J W. Iiayden, W. P. Walton, J. II. Collier, M. D. Elmord T. P. Hill, S. H. Baughman, W. A. Tribble, 'r M. J. Miller and S. T. Harris. . t. O.-Ric. , We solicit the accounts of the citizens of Rockcastle and adjoiniiig counties assuring them prompt and careful attention to all business intrusted to us. Personal application and conespond-ence- , with a view to business relations, invited, Ml J S. HOCKER, Pres., , McROBERTS, A. A. McKINNEY, Ass't Cashier. 7 JNOT Cashier. DANNIE OWENS. UNDERTAKER-' m&$& i&s&totmif. ': ' - - Caskets, Kept in Stock. Coffins, - Robes Etc.,. it Orders by Mail, '.Telegraph or Telephone Promptly filled. BRODHEAD, - - KENTUCKY? rumiuvm wiwwnju,ugjaigTnTts:moiJi caaa?jagatMmimia WILLI Practical o..,l GRIFFIN Undertaker T?TTXTT?D AT "nTT? "J7 - Mt. Vernon, Ky. TTlTHP ' . 'S "T ii 'S Ji "v ) JIULIL fnfr-fVkt-vinW- o LUIIipieie FMTE IIEAHSE iuVnish Motulic Caskets Attached. VCan. and have, ' s Embalming done on short notice Come and see me, anything I have not got can get for you on' first l '1 ' leave the cicy. 1 ORDERS by wire Proinptly'.Filled. Mc-Knig- ASTHMA SENT CHAINED Mfcx-YEA CURE FREE! kelief - rS-l- t - ASTHMALEINJE brings instant And Permanent Cure in All Cases. wm warn imatm - Nobility A3S0LUTElTFE oTlHicpToirPOSTAL. w nptHERE is nothing like Asthmalene. It brings.in-l'.stan- t relief, even in the woii--t cases. It cures when all else fails. The Ruv. C. F. WitLts, of Villa Ridge, 111., nays:' "Your trial bottle of Asthmalene received in good condition. I cannot tell you how thankful I feel for the good derived ft om it. I was a slav, chaiuetl with putrid pore throat und asthma for ten je.irs. I despaired of ever being cured. I saw jour adcr-tisemfcnt for the cure of this dreadful and torn.enliltr; disepfce, asthma, and thought you had overspokenH r6tirselve?1, but resolved to eive it a trial. To my astonishment, the trial acted like a charm. Send N Ner1rin.e0 FOR TEN and-cos- t lC't me a full-siz- e bottle." er I want to send 'to every sufferer n trial treatment of ASTHMAWE LENE. similar to the out that cured Mr. Wells. We'll send if hv mull POSTPAID. ' . AUbULUTJil.V 1'KKK UL UHAKUU, to ' .ever nunu.aj; any sutierer who will wtitefpr it, even on a postal. " ' though you are despairing, however'bad your case. ASTHMALENE a will relieve and cure. The worse your case, the more glad we are to 8 Write at ontfe, addressing UK. lAl'i send it. Do not delay. BROS. MI5DICINE CO., 79 East 130H1 St.. IS. Y. City, bv all Druggists. Cr ifctf-fco- m 11 ' ifawimBCTiMiMiiuai-.jKjjjijiwi.Mwaw- 1 J "v. h -" r '. -- " - ' "r marked extent. But his "Me and Teddy" attitude is amusing all the same. Friday, Nov. 15, 1901; It seems like a "case of. "making flesh of one and fish of another" fof'the administration to remove Published every Friday by the' collector of customs at El Paso, EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. Texas, for violatiugthe civil service law, when the law is constantly $I.OO violated right under the noses of SUBSCRIPTION ONK YEAR the Civil Service Commisson and Advertisiti'g rates made known on Mr. Roosevelt, by department officials in Washington. application to any MtVernon Signal Spreads Likk Wildfire. 163 acres listed iu the name ot P. J. Adams nearest resident W. M. When things ufe 'the best" they W00d, tax aud cost 8.42 become "the best selling." AbraDr. Elmer Northcutt was here 2 acres listed the name ot Jasper ham Here, n leading IruggssH of last Thursday. Alexander, nearest resident Mat ),, vrite-- : Belleville, JmlcI 1. A. W. Stewart was hereon busi- Coffee, tax and cost 2.97 Hitters ifre the best selling' bitU-rI ness last Friday. 3 acres listed in the name of EuCONWAY s J 1 " V r Well, the election is 'over and The Rockcastle Oil and Gas Co., the Democratic party iz firmly . composed of the following named seated in the political saddle in member?: D. N. Williams, C. C. Kentucky for the next ten years Williams, M. C. Williams and R. G. to come at least. We want to conWilliams, have leased six thousaud gratulate our old nabor, Ike Her-riand six hundred acres of land in and hollow one time for George different localttie; 111 the counties Farris, the hero of heroes. Was it of Rockcastle anc Pulaski, and in not a fact that we need his valuable territory which is considered in services in the Kentucky Legislagood locations for the development ture, we would nominate him for of petroleum and1 gas. The com congress at once. pany will capitalize their stock at A shocking affair took place fifty thousaud dollars. In 1865, a near the Methodist church about well was started on the west fork one and a half mile from this place of. Skaggs creek and was drilled last Saturday night. George Head, .about eight hundred feet and from a nice, quiet young man of our some cause, the person who was neighborhood, had been hunting drilling the well had to quit opera- and as there was preaching at the tions, but had struck some oil, and church on that night he called in today there is oil rising in the well leaving his shot gun in a pile of and runs out upon the surface, and brush near the house; after preachnow, people who are strangers, ing he went home with a young come to that well, and get samples lady and returning stopped to get of the oil, and as far back as 1830 his gun, which, as circumstances old man Kincaid drilled a well 300 clearly show, he attempted to draw feet deep ou Brushy creek for salt from the brush muzzle foremost water and struck oil at that depth, and catching one of the hammers nnd a great quantity of oil rose to against a limb the gun was disthe surface and covered the ground charged shooting him in the breast for some distance around the well. which resulted in instant death. Jhey did not know, then "what The parents of young Head are Land, 'Stock and Crop the stuff" was as they called it, nearly craved with grief. They and there is, today, many surface had but two boys and they almost Mr. J. A. Cohen bought 160 hogs, indications of oil in different lo- idolized them. averaging 175 pounds, from various A calities in Rockcastle county. The sick of our community are parties last week, at 5 cents well is now being put down in improving and I feel better since Woodford Sun. Rockcastle by the Mt. Sterling the election myself, but I have so W. A. Nttnnelly, proprietor of Oil & Gas Co., on the headwaters many "downs and ups" in the way the Cumberland Ginseng Nursery, of Copper creek, and we learn the of health that I have about lost all hes recently filled orders for stock company is in fine spirits and be- hopes. lieve they will strike oil have only ' Prof.NTeague, of Mars Hill.CoM! from nis nurcery to the amouut 'of $1,400. Heboid 80 lbs., of dry drilled up to this time about 200 lege, North Carolina, will teach at roots for which he 'got $5 75 to $6-7- 5 feet, having struck considerable our place, and in my room and per pound, besides seedand Somerset salt water, and the prospects are intends beginning on the first Mon- roots for planting. ' good for a number of other wells to day 111 Jauuary, if suitable arrange- Journal. 6'e put down in the county soon. D. C. Pullm, of Garrard county, ments can be made. He is t fine has bought Mat Coffey's farm near good scholar and a splendid teacher. 'Why not Rockcastle in as Conrwy and will move to it in the territory for oil as Wayne county? O. A. French will leave us soon near future. It, is in the oil belt extending from for I. T., where he will make his four the oil fields of Pennsylvania to the future home. I always thought the Some three or in thecows have last few died around here Beaumont, Texas, oil fields. world when taken over and over, days, from unknown causes. , and viewed up one side and down George W. Jones sold yesterday "Boss" Sappsbw "the handwrit- tother, iz about on an equality-- ; so 22 cattle at J. ing on the wall," and has, after it I guess I'll end my days in M Roberts sold here yesterday 37 is almost too late, steped down and at 2 of a mile of where I first yearlings and three year-old- s Thomas Pence bought 16 out and turns his ' bossism,' over saw the light. I tell you this place to 3c ' to others, who will no doubt profit feels nigh to me if the laud iz rough 700- - pound yearlings yesterday at and sold them . later at grcatlj by his sad experience. and poor and covered with Morris J. Farris bought $3 35 and sassafac sprouts, and 31 of the best cattle here yesterday formerly . The Hon. J. A. Craft, at 3c and $1 per head premium. well stocked with republicans. a citizeti of London, but now of Corn is now worth 60c, wheat Interior Journal. Louisville gets Collector Sapps A 180,000 acre wheat farm, the 75c, Irish taters 60c. and very largest in the world, w ill be estabplace after much persistence. He scarce. lished in Western Kausas. soon reaps his reward. d Fewer hogs, by are beS. Fitzgerald sold 215 Jailer ing fattened than I ever witnessed barrels W. of corn, delivered, to Thos. HICKORY CHIPS. "OLD before in this part of Rockcastle. Gentry at $3 15. Advocate. So long as we, the farmers, have The Ohioans were so much inter- to buy and briug from abroad even ADDITIONAL TAX SALES ested in the election that about part of our bread, meat and Irish 'a 250,000 of them didn't vote. One town lot in Wildie, listed in taters, our county will advance the name of Mrs. J. L. Crooks, tax is likely to be backward, but let us become Mr. Bryan's future 4.28 better than that of most of the which we can by using and co.t 10 acres listed in the name of W. fyicks who are affecting to be SO a proper amount of industry and P. Coffee, nearest resident Tom worried about it. a little more economy, aud Rock- Townsend, tax and cost 2.74 Astounding Discovery. V There is no Kick coming to the castle will soon be one of the fore20 acres listed in the name of From Coopersville, Mich., comes most mountain counties iu this Lucy Crawford heirs, nearest residemocrats on election results; they State; then, give us good roads and dent Allen Hiatt, tax and cost 2.Q0 word of a wonderful discovery of a will fill two seats in the U. S. Senwe can live happy at home and go 200 acres listed in the name of pleasant tasting liquid ttmt when ate now filled by republicans. abroad with pleasure. retiring by any one We had our family al at home Dayles heirs, nearest resident R. used before The success of the big steel trust Wilmott, tax and cost 5.20 troubled with a bac cough alwny.s has brought about the formation of with us ou election day, and Betsy, 285 acres listed in the name of ensures a good night's rest. good old soule, laid aside partisan "It a new one with $50,000,000 capital, polytix and voted with us. I thjnk S. B. Day, nearest resident T. J. will soon cure the cough too," to embrace the steel plate mills. 7.05 writes Mrs. S. Himelburgcr, "for Betsy would be a democrat in word Hayts. tax aud cost and deed, and at all times, were it 4 acres listed in the name of Rise three generatiops of our family The republican bosses will be calling him "Doubting Teddie" if not lor cuangmg political names. French, nearest resideut Torn have used Dr. King's New Discov It. does seem a leetle strange nurst, tax and cost 1.97 he doesn't look out. Mr. Roosevelt it does not, as a general thing, that 10 acres listed in the name of ery for Consumption and never take is credited with having expressed much persuasion to get women to Jeff Garrard; nearest resident Mat found its equal for Coughs and doubts of the advisability of the change off the old family name for Coffee, tax aud cost . 1.78 Cold's." It's an unrivaled life- some other, even tho' it is not so Ship subsidy job. acres listed in the name of saver when used for desperate lung 75 pretty, but when you tackel thdr Jennie Gay, nearest resident George Gen. Chaffee has made a new pollytjx or religion diseases. Guaranteed bottles 50c jou have a job 4,28 and $1.00 at all Druggists. military deal in the Philippines, by that will require time, patience and Jones, tax and cost Trial 80 acres listed in the name of T. which Iw says he hopes to end the perseverance. bottles free. F. Guiuti, nearest resident George war That is the first official adBuck Varnon. Ketran, tax and cost Gkkat Lvck Op An Editor. 4.82 mission that the war was still going 82 acres listed the name of Thos. "For twe years all efforts to cure on that has been made iu many Higginbotham, nearest resident B. Eczema in the palms of my hands Bodkin, tax and cost mouths. I 3.47 failed,,' writes Editor H. N. Lester, 125 acres listed in the name of of Syracuse, Kan., Henry Cabot Lodge cau formuTor Infants and Children. "then I" was Mrs. Jkll Hurt, nearest resident late a Congressional programe as The Kind You Have Always Bought wholly cured by Bucklen's Arnica John Sigman, tax and cost 3.45' easily as be can put au audience to 530 acres listed iu the name of A. Salve." It's the world's best for sleep, but Cougress lias not iu the Bears the W. Hurt, nearest resident Conway, ' Eruptions, Sores and all skin diV Signature of past been following his leadership tax and cost 10.75 eases. Only 25c at all Druggists. n, two-year-o- ld Petroleum Found, in Rock-caCounty. LEVEL GREEN st Geo. Harnin was out from Ford, a few days last week. U. 3. Berry was visiting relatives at Berea, last Sunday. A. T. Fish aud Dr. Davis were here from Berea, last Friday. James Long was out from Winchester ou business last Saturdaj. M. R. Jones was in Lincoln and Boyle first of the week, on business. Messrs. Matt Coffey aud Wm. Strauahan were in Richmond, last Saturday. Wm. Stranahan, of McKinney, was here first of the week, taking up lumber. Mi. and Mrs. J. M. Baker, of Berea, were visiting relatives here, last Sunday. U. S. Berry, G. W. Jones and M. R, Jones, were in Mt. Vernon last Saturday on business. John D. Harris, C. D. Cheuault and D. M. Cheuault, were out from Richmond the latter part of last week. Wm. Reeves, the gentleman who is running the drill on Copper creek, was at home last week to vote. He reports a peacable time at Morehcad. Mr. Perry Lambert, of this place' and Miss Mary Williams, of London, were united in the bonds of matrimony on last Wednesday, at Loneon, and returned to Jiis home ihe following day. three-quarte- rs 3c saw-Brie- rs 3c one-thir- g, gene Adams, nearest resident J. M. Lear, tax and cost 2.60 One town lot in Wildie listed in the name of Emily Bowles, tax and cost 3,35 acres listed ip the name of 7410 Big Hill Mining Co., ipdistricts 2- i55-i3 0C4 tax and cost acres listed iu the name of 100 W. R. Isaa:s, nearest resident W. M. Large, tax and cost 4.35 40 acres listed in the name of Amie Johnson, nearest resident Thos. Hurs', tax and cost 2.43 60 acres listed in the uame of E. mother Is losing flesh and becomL. Koehler, nearest resideut R. A. ing thin and emaciated, It will build Wilmatt tax and cost 5.44 thain up and give them flesh and 22 acres l:sted in the name of strength. Jones S. Kidwell, nearest resident Bocause It Is ttv FOURTH widow Johnson, tax and cost l. 97 remedy In all throat ami standard I had a terrible cold and could 6 acres listed iu the uame of A. lung affections. I then tried Ayer'c hardly breathe. E. Adams, nearest resident Brod-hcagave me imCherry Pectoral, and it No household should bo without It. tax and cost 3.43 mediate relief. It can be taken In summer as well 111. W. C. Layton, SIdell, One town lot in Brodhead J. M. as in winter. Ballerd, tax and cost 2.97 oe. nJ $ 1.00, all dfUfjitiU. ., CCTT & BOWtfE, CScmnm. N.vrYerlt. your cough How will 725 acres listed in the name of Berea College, nearest resident be tonight? worse, prob Gum Sulphur, tax nud cost 23.93 ably. For it's first a cold, 225 acres listed in the name of then a cough, then bronA Gallon of PURE UNSEED OIL mixed ohn Blauton, nearest resident with a gallon of chitis or pneumonia, and TompMobley, tax and cost 10.83 at last consumption. 40 acres listed in the name of Coughs always tend John Boyd, nearest resideut W. J. downward. Stop this jEaeaam Chestnut, tax and cost 5.28 downward tendency by linifa 175 acres listed in the name of Mrs. H. C. Brooks, nearest resident taking Ayer's Cherry PecGum Sulphur, tax aud cost 4.28 toral. acres listed in the name of makee ? gallant ot the YbkY BEST PAIXT Tire the : ltt., Ifc.,11. All 4ntrWi. 175 in me WVB.I.D John Burk, nearest resident Jack take Conmlt yonr doctor. If he tart you It. not lie toll he Leece, tax and cost than do 6.13 !. If to take It. than don't take IU II kuofii. iSS? wi CO., Lowell, LeT It with him. AYERare wining. Malt. 40 acres listed in the name of W. J. 0. ttt yourpalnt bill. Is Tin voua crniBL than T. Crawford, neatest resident J B. mammmmmmmmrmm Puat WU17X Liad nnd Uabohjtkltot Poi sonous. JUMMAR 1'AIXT U El&dO Of the BUT OT 28 Purcell, tax and cost 4 tCCh M all ffOOd PAlnUM UM, rAINT KAT(BIALS and U crond thick, vsar tuick. So trouble to acres listed in the name of 320 mli, any boy cn dolt. It U tho comhok aunt or IIovik Paimt, NoBiTTEnpaiatcAnbeaiAd Charley Cummins, nearest resideut H at axt eoit, and la J. W. Winkler, tax and cost 14.64 50 acres listed in the name of Weley Cole, nearest resident N. D. xor to Cxack, Busrxn. Fuii or Ciur. Wilmoth, tax and cost 2.43 V. HAMMAK rAINT CO., St. LonU,i 90 acres listed in the name of Sold and guaranteed by Duvall's Heirs, nearest resident THEO John Blanton, tax and cost 4.75 152 ocres listed in the name of A. really hoalthy woman has lit T. B. Edwards, nearest resident W. M. Roberts, tax and cost 6.49 tle pain or discomfort at trie ' 50 acres listed in the name of W. monstruiil period. No woman Ken&Qity. R. Paris, nearest resident P. Over-bahayo nnv. needs to Wino of tax and cost 5.75 Cardul will quickly relievo thoao 28 acres listed in the name of, smarting menstrual pains and IWi. Mrs. Rachel Gover, nearest resident tho dragging head, back andj I. Whitehead, tax and cost 3 35 aldo aohes caused by falling of) 297 acre listed in the name of p. tho womb and Irregular mensos. Hall, nearest resident John Todd, J. tax and cost 8.52 35 acres listed in the name of XmW "o reflection ao Mrs. Fannie Hall, nearest resident has brought permanent rollof to jms?X dainty, uo light o Geo. E. Painter, tax and cost 3 82 1,000,000 womon who sulfored fWi$ charm ins as the TCJgjrn 1 lot in Maretburg, listed in the (JEIM mellow glow that orery month. It makes the men name of Mrs. Emma Healer, tax !H cornea from H strual organs strong and hoolthj. and cost 3.35 It is tho provision niado by. Na CQBB0VA 50 acres listed in the name of A. ture to gtro women rollcf from! M. Hiatt, nearest resident J. B. tho terrfblo aches mid pains whoh Bordes, tax and cost 3.66 Wax Candles blight so many homes. 33 acres listed in the name of W. iftsSjlM I'ropared In rainy etlor tint hjyJMJ yVfR A ,0 harmon!" with ear- - fKlMHR M. Houks Heirs, nearest resident OnsusmooD, La., Oct li, 1000. fttgilKa looudluse In dlnlaf PJtKH I bare boon very alok tor umt timo. C. Houk, tax and cost t?OPirtX roan, drawlnr toon, aXhH wan ia:en wiuj a aorero pain In nr 2.43 r tmt. Mold oKmrnm SSiKsSkA l"J Mao nncl could not got any relief until aa3JiBC Trj white. Mede T A"Ar Jtln ?3 listed in the name of 15 acres i inou a oottie ot TVluo or Oardul. BeWRmP&K STANDARD j$8ffl$ffl fore I had t&lrnn All nf li uraa r.l(.Tul Lee Wiggins nearest resident Clel I f eel it mr duty to y that you hare a BPafaJpw'iL co. WQtmn wonderful medlolne. Smith, tax and cost 2.74 Ma, it. A. Yount. 40, acres' listed in the name of ForadTlceadllteMture,addreie,gii1niTtnp- -Robt. Waldon, nearest resident f tfjna, The Lmum' Adtlionr Department,'' Tne vsnueoca okkm vth, tnatuuioosa.TenQ. Halt Proctor, tax and cost 3.24 Li Hung Chali'g the Chinese acres listed in the name of A. 50 Minister is dead. . M. White, nearest rc'sideut J. W. j ones, tax and cost 2.43 TO- 62 acres listed in the name of Stephen Moore, nearest resident Jas. Mullius, tax and cost 2.43 140 acres listed in the name of H. G. Edwards, nearest resident W. D. Livesay, tax and cost 13 37 for Everything in 27 acres listed in the name of Lucy Crawford heirs, nearest resideut Allen Hiatt, tax aud cost 2 90 Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoea, ana General - have handled 111 20 years." You COD-LIVE- R OIL WITH know wh? Most diseases begin in OF HYPOPHOSPHITES disorder of bt'inincu, liver, kidneys, kowels, blood utl nerves. Electric shouid-lwaybo kept In s Bitters times iip4ht,s.tonrfttt,?rgu-latq- s tho house for the follivec, kidneys and bowels, lowing reasons: purifies the blood, strengthens the Because, If any member, nerves, hence cures multitudes ot FflftiST of tho family has .' hard cold, It maladies It builds up the entire will cure It. system. Puts new life and vigor Because. If the- chilinto any weak, sickly, rundown man SEOOAffi?delicate and sickly, If will dren are or woman. Price 50 cents. Sold . make ihem strong and ,well. ' ' ' by all drtiRgist If this' father or 7HStl3-T-Becaus- e, Colds d, QnmiT , ZJtrhwi WOMN'SRELISI WESLEY, p.Yernon, y, J WliiE"CARMf fH ijji K W JJy 1 I 'n T JONAS MCKENZIE MT. VERNON, KY, Merchandise BEST GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES. -- THE. AMERICAS INVESTMENT (Incorporated.) CAPITAL ST0CK: RESERVE" "SURPLUS AMOUNT PAID COUPON HOLDERS GOMPAHY, ..:.'.$ 25,0) Op ....; :...? 125,030 QQ .T.: 200,000 00 v " . Address all correspondence to LEXINGTON, KY. GOOD TESMS'TO FIRST CLASS AGENTl HOME OFFICE. . , CASTOR A Jire Insurance Agency. Mi HAVES.ALBRIGHT, E. Call atr Signal Offic. your Houses insured in the OLD Iil3. LIABLE New York .'Underwriters 'A &k AGENT. Mt Vernbn, Ky., " - . m Bf . ' ""''""''""""WWMI (. Mima WMIMMMmMrt I Mil llll I ?Aftv Lan-wheel 8 Born to the wife of James Cum- Minor Fish, uho fell from his gmL Hopki'ul. Editor y , drum, of the Lancafter Record, is at Jelico.'n few'ddys ago, is mins yesterday a fine girl, !... ' at home doctoring up some of his the bird law goes out. still hopeful of the building of the (successor to.Theo Weslky,; Mt Vkrno. Kv, NoV. 15. 1901, bruises. Drs. E. J. Brown nnd M. Penning- - Burgin Jellico extension, as .shown , . fojlbvving which we take Miss-M, D. Cox. of Danville, ton are two of the many hunters in by the from the Record; 5 ,i will arrive tomorrow, to take charge lIlc fields. Jr. (6) TT J "The vote in Cincinnati was in il,t of the musical department in thd He Rufimans. The following favor of the granting cf the lease of College. js a ust 0 those summonsed to ar- the Cincinnati Southern Railway, ALSOI tOUIBVIttt & NMVILLC R. D. Co f ' Mrs. Redd, of Crab Orchard, rest Fred Hayes, who were called a mention of which wa made in a passed through 3 esterday en route band of ruffians: Charley I Martin, issue of The Record. As TIME TABLE. to Livingston to visit her daughter, Oscar Kostic, Jacob Kla, John recent jstated bafore, this will doubtless ,... 11.05 a n Mrs. Dr Cooper. 34 north Hysinger, Ben Adams, )i Boreing delay the construction of the 26 north 1:31 a m Mrs. M. E. Fish and daughter, iSr., W. R. McClufe, Jerfffeiinhifc- extension, btft the fact 23 south 1:57 P Miss Allie, of Crab Orchard, spent j ton, William Bradly. WjtfiamHy- that the surveyors are. still at work 25 South 1:45 am Saturday until Monday with Mrs. ,Jnger ana jacK tiausei . on the line shows that the whine of Jas. Landhum, Agent. F L. Thompson Jailer G. S- Griffin requested us! some people that the extension was J. A. Chappcl. the splendid to say that Charley Martin, whom a "bluff" is without foundation. tic Kaur4tth Ht. Veriuj, Ky., special agent for the L, & N., was we referred to as deputy jailer in There was nothing for the Cincin aaclM mill latttir Paints und Oils, j here yesterday looking gfter the in our account of the trouble on elec nati people to do but lease the road. carefully Compounded at'aU I RE B MASONIC tercs'ts of the company. turn day, was not a deputy, and, and the Southern people well knew hours, day or night. Athknd Lodge No. 040 nieeii 2nd SaturDr. Benton, of Brodhead. and would only act 111 that capacity the fact, and it was not necessary day, 10 A m. sarin VEUNOIf It, A. CHAPTER. No. Dr. O'Neal, of Ohio, were here sometimes during Mr. Griffin's ab - ' for them to attempt a bluff. We 140, MEETS every FOUIITII MONDAY yesterday. Dr. O'Neal will locate I sence. 'On this special occasion, are still willing to bet our hat at 'i p. m. in the county, most likely at Brod- Martin was deputized same as the against a last year's bird's nest that CHURCHES. KENTUCKY. other men to help make the arrest. the extension will be built, and that Chnstiau Iloldi aervicei lit & 3r 1 Sundaj head. at 11 turn, nnd at 6:30 p. in. K. J Smith was here Wednesday, Ths case against John and Wil- it will not be so very long before it today. COME tomorPreibyterian Holds lertlccs on the 2nd and said that a protracted meeting liam Hysinger charged with shoot- is commenced." row. COME any time. ' and 4th Sunday, morning and (Yening. But for your own in would commence at Oak Hill ing Millard Bethurum on election REPUBLICANS!! terest, be sure to come. Bapt.it Church Services on the Second church to night, conducted by the day, was called yesterday and conArhVou For Sale? Saturday night and Sunday. Sunday until DON'T BUY FROM tinued on the motion of the ComSchool at 9 a m every Sunday. Prayer Rev. Noel, of Stanford. "Id their caucus at Mt. Vernon jou've looked around, if US pre you westing on Tuesday niehts. monwealth, until the 5th of De- Saturday the) Democrats decided fer it that way, but in any event. LOCAL cember. When the case was called they could buy enough Republican don't fail to see US before you CORRBCTBD EACH WKKK By PERSONALS 0 last Monday, Judge Williams an- voters to stay at home to elect buy. C. H. FRITH. The C. L. S. C, will meet at nounced o the attorneys on both Stewart. Do your duty as Re- We will save You Time and Meney, the residence of Dr. A. E. Ewers, sides that be would decline to try publicans, goto the polls early and Can goods, 8j6c 2 lb Rolled Oats, Arbuckles Coffee, Mrs. J. N. Chapman has fever. I2C Tuesday evening November 19. the case, and by agreement Squire do not let your honor 'and integ- 5c Lion Coffee. Mrs. J. J. Wood is reported much , XXXX Coffee, I2C The Richmond Climax says; that J. N. Brown is acting in his place. rity rest under such a damnable improved. accusation. IOC tO I2C Oood Green Coffee, a fine 1 pound girl was born to the CLOTHING, SHOES, The Lancaster Town council has C. C. Williams went to Stanford P. D. COLVER, Flour N. S. per bbl, wife of G. T. Johnson Mary Ha- refused to grant a franchise, allow HATS, DRY GOODS, yesterday. Chm. Rep. Co. Com." $4.00 zel. The mother aud child both ing the Cumberland Telephone Co., AND NOTIONS. Flour Mt. Belle, Charley Martin left yesterday for i he above is a copy or a circu$3- Flour Plain Family, well. doing to enter that town, nor will they lar, printed and circulated in differ- We Tennessee. Yon On Ton Granulated. Sugar, i6)lbs $1.00 Be sure and read the ad of F. B, allow them to set a single pole ent sections of the county, with Fritz Krucger still continues in Suar, 17J4 lbs $1.00 Riley, the old reliable hotel keeper within the corporation. The local Judge Colyer's name signed as Bhe Syrups per?gallon. very poor health. . 3c of London, who always gives, you company has given such good sat- Chairman Republican County Comi ;ioc Mrs. W. T. Smith visited friends ,7 Cakes of D. Boone Soap. ' Judge Colyer denies ever Boecom; plenty to eat and make you feel isfaction, and treated its subscribers mittee. 9 isc iCoal Oil best per gallon. in Brodhead Sunday. so fairly, there as well as elsewhere, signing such an article, never right at home. 5C Calico bestJGrades, W. F. Chamrj came over from Married. G. C. Hiatt and with the assurance of a continua- authorized his name to be placed BETTER GOODS Paint Lick Tuesday. ILL PAY HIGHEST price AT LOWER PRICES Miss Eliza Barnes were married in tion of the same, that the citizens after it, and did not even know FOR COUNTRY PRO Mrs. H. L. Tate was very sick a Circuit'Clerk Griffin's office Satur- feel a great interest in its success. that such- - a circular had been THAN YOU CAN DUCE. few days this week. GET ELSEWHERE. day morning. The Rev. Dr. G. The Independent Companies are printed, until after the election fast growing" in favor throughout was over, as every one knows that H. W. Bowman was up from C. Smith officiating. the state. Judge Colyer was not in the county Livingston Wednesday. Fined. John Fredericks was Mrs. Sue Henderson returned fined in the Federal court at RichShot. George Head, the 19 at that time, but at Alton, Anderson county, where he recently from Parksville Monday. mond Wednesday $100 and sixty year old son of Jas. Head, of Level Imoved H. family, and where he his Mr, Ben Martin, of Rowland, days imprisonment in jail, for sel Green, accidentally shot and killed Saturday night. The de- will go the first of January as soon himself was here Monday and Tuesday. ling liquor unlawfully. ceased had bten out hunting, and 'as his term of office expires. Charley Lyons, the hustling THE mau who says that, forgets tbatJtpainting properly doue Trustees. The toivn board of" not having time" to take his gun lumber man, was here Wednesday. is economy, and the fact is he can't afford NOT to paint. trustees met last Monday, and ap home, and then go to church, he o ".. Judge HOW often you require to paint is largely dependent upon Collycr returned from pointed Thos. Proci or assessor, aud left it in a brush pile, and intended the paint you use. Mr. Jerry Frith was here with Altou, Ky., his new home Satur James Maret, Town Clerk. Mr. to get it on his return home. The friends last week. , day, Proctor took the town list this gun was placed in brushsot was Sherman-William- s Mr. Collier, of Crab Orchard, is Dr. John M. Williams spent week. necessary to take it by the muzThey are the most economicaljpaints you can use, out last others. fleveral days in Louisville this in here on business. Dick Thomas, colored, is very zle in order to pull it out, ana because they cover most and wear longest. Add to this their good week. Mrs. T. W. Doan is visiting appearance, and you have perfect paints THE SHERMAN-WILLIAM- S low, and the Dr. says will not re pulling it out the hammer caught J. W. aud U.G'. Baker went to cover. Dicic thought more ot his on a limb and thehgun was dis- friends at East Bernstadt. PAINTS. 'Louisville Monday to buy new Mr. G. W. aud Samp Doan were charged, the entire loadentering They are made for many different kinds of painting. ' Whatvote than of his physical condition goods. ever it is you want to paint a house, or anythiug in or' out of the the body of young Head( near the in Mt. Vernon this week on busiand stired out too early house we make the right paint for that particular purpose not one heart, killing him almost instantly. ness. Atty,. J. W. Brown was in1 Livslap-dasSSrSOLD BY mixture for all. our. George Johnson, ingston Tuesday on professional Sold C. H. FRITH, This office has just turned out a The enterprising citizens of Pine who left Orlando about six months business. BRODHEAD. KY, page pamphlet of the Owens-bor- o Hill are loading quite a number of 32 telephone poles. Miss Ida May Adams returned ago and went to Waco, Madison meeting for James Maret, bi Monday from a visit to Louisville county and bought a big flour mill former editor of this paper, now Mr. Elmer Hansel was down has sold his interest there, and we relatives. Secretary of the Independent Tele- from Sparks' quaJry last Sunday Wesley are hope will return to old Rockcastle. phone 'people of the State which to see his best girl. Mr. and Mrs. Theo visiting relatives in Casey county Elected Judge. We are glad formed an association some three The L. & N. have a corps of this week. to learn that our old friend and years since- for the advancement civil engineers here surveying a A. W. Soward, of this office, formeily a Rockcastle boy, W. R. and cheapening of rates in the short line of railroad. , spent Sunday with relatives in Cress, has been elected County telephone business and to protect Mrs. Jas. Meadows visited her its members against the assaults of sister-in-laGeorgetown. Meadows Judge of Wayne county Mrs. Jno. We jFTft Marshal Tom McClure was jn know of no one whom we delight the old line companies that had in Livingston last week. ,? Livingston Tuesday and 'Wednes- to hear of meeting with success proved veritable leeches, or to put Rev. Thos. Stinnett filled his it in plainer terms, more than "Bill." day on business. here Sunday, preaching Mm The Independents entered the an unusually good and forceable J. C. Hayes, of Crab Orchard, Wm. Hicks, president of the field on the expiration of the Bell sermon on1 temperance. passed through Monday en route Swan Lake oil company, located ""The place for Fair Dealing and- patents and have been giving Nut 'gathering has been the most fo Laurel county to buy stock. near Barbourville, Knox county, service at rates so far below the keeping on hand what you want exciting pass time with the young d Williams went to Judge this state sends Mr. Maret, one of prices of the monopoly that they, are Agents for Horse Shoe brand fertilizers, Wednesday to attend a big our subscribers, a prospectus show- with their boasted millions, have people for weeks past. Possums farming implements," shingles, coal, hay and and persimmons are abundant and WW banquet there Wednesday night. ing that they are incorporated under been brought to terms in nearly Anything you want come to our corn. prime. "Big" Jim Arnold, who was shot the laws of West Virginia, capital every State by the activity of the Mrs. Sympson.(of Winchester, Big supply house and be convinced. in the back with a 44 pistol, while $800,000. They have one well in independents. Today, after twenty-fiv- who has been the guest of Mrs. W. years existence the Bell 'comon his way home from the London Knox county which "come in" on C. Synipsou for a month, returned Fair, in September, was able to Sept. 7th. Other wells are being pany, and its offshoots, have with- home Saturday to the regret of her in the United States two million ,, come to town yesterday for the put down. phones, the independent people friends here. first time since he received the As to oil. this paper has since its Mr. Jas. Dolan has gone to who have only been in the field wound. birth away back in 1887, claimed seven years have three million Laurel to engage in business and Shelves are groaning under the Ioarts of goods T Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Smith, of that Rockcaetle is an 611 "field" phones. will probably move his family out v 17. to suit the general trade. The independent people fi .Rockcastle, are spending a few and only needs development. All dont require you to mortgage your there. Here is wishing him all C of all grades, hats and bap. clo.thiiig, over-OllUIC days with their daughter, Mrs. J. that has been said lately by other farm to pay 'phone rents but place success. ans shirts, collars '(ndJi4i.iyt general Miss Ella Thompson papers on this subject is merely a M. Cress ' it at a figure which means "live We are glad to know that Mrs. lino of men's fnrnishings. . ' ' . ..' is at Stanford for a few days it, repetition of what the Signal has and let live" Within next eight Houston McFerron has so far reW. H. Pettus, of Brodhead, is priuted time and again, We are mouths Kentucky will have a covered her health as to be able to',"" spending a few days with home-folk- glad though to ha've the subject splendid independent system reach visit ner daughter, Mrs. Childress, ;. , Preachers'ville Cor. Lancas revivedand pushed Many people ing not only all neighboring counat Livingston. ".first-clas- s, Record. have forgotten that years ago in the ties but into other States over fine ter Miss Ellen Butner, who was call- meadow of Mrs. Proctor three copper metalic lines. We already That Throbbing Hkadachb. ed to Villa Grove, 111., several days hundred yards West of railroad have a good system but it will be Would quickly leave you, if you ngo on account of the serious illness crossing in this place, oil and gas better soon. We will be able fb" do used Dr. King's New Life Pills. H'1 of her brother Dave, writes that he was Struck when drilling for water, business with Louisville by, Feb- Thousands of sufierers have proved odk' bu,y nnd bo sa,Isti,CH1 s?; IWI continues about the same. Brain Willis Griffin was'one of the drillers ruary 1st, 1902. Louisville Home 'their matchless merit for Sick and I Wfl Em mean what we say and' you wjlj fever the first trouble, the Drs. have and is living here today. If he Company will have by tliat date y Nervous Headaches. They make ' J , ) under "controle, and the greatest lives but a few years more he will phut finished and ready for bu.sU pure blood aiidhuild up your health. continue to come.& A dairies. t '' "trouble is typhoid fever, which has see Rockcastle one of the oil pro- ncss at a co.st of $750,000, which onev back if not PHONE NO. as 3 R. will be of tlu- most n.oderu equip Only 2 rents, ducing cutrntiei of t1' S t recently .set up. 'it !," .Mt.-- Vernon Signal ' To-da- y CHAS. C. DAVIS FOR' -- c .rn ar TVi? t m Fresh Drugs, ! Bur-gin-Jelli- co Patent Medicines' of all 'Kiiiftg, Perfumery, Stationery, Toilet. Articles, CIGARS ANP TOBACCO, P iX - P$t-fS- c ! SC PT IONS ( C. H. FRITH It wu FQy U2 cop jRun After Jhcmy f ' ' ' Low Prices and Kign Qualities, x 1 Big Bargains in Pot iac ""WJ ByMngYoofc Light-'Brow- n w 'CANT Afford TO EPalHt ) VP- hne'hill , The paints h irlM HAVE FOUND he PEOPLE HOUK & TO BE. ! A'DAM-- nt blood-sucker- s. Mt, Vernon, Ky., Rich-rrion- 6 e - Our Stock of Grocery Supplies Are Complete, 13 fT O O - s. ! Eaffies":Wear of ail;inds, are OUR OUR motto "FaTrDealing," gds t? 4 fO W - Houl: - r JHE j-- r 1 ". WWV " '! V ptwa r.iwna Hi tj.wJ'JW fjicT'iyTaOAAwtifcMcgaAiiJ ' CTTTTifmnrnfrnrirnvmiiWHi i mm nwtmtm !XUU)a!BXkfHuaxLitM.nfBixsBSruiTrsa3CaMiBnatma H ,ii 1 . . ' -- 60 acres listed in the name of, 40 acres listed in the name of T. Naucv J. Dyre. Nearest resident N. Durham, nearest resident G. JB. Tax 'and Cation, tax and cost G.. W. Bowman. 2 97 COSt 5 2 43 inn anroo lichnrl tn tlm nntim if 176 acres listed in the name of J. Ella Durham, nearest resident J. C. A. Tajlor.- - Nearest resident T. Mullins, tax and cost 6 13 IJ. Lair. Tax and cost2272' 50 acres listed in the name of 100 acres listed m the name of Mrs, Luanda Wren. nearest resi George Hammock, nearest resi-- , dent Will Qose, tax and cost 1 97 dent R. Southard. Tax and 50 acres listed in the name of J. cost 3 82 S. Woodall, nearest resident J. J. 96 acres listed in the name of Ed Martin, tax and cost 2 43 The Kind You Iltivo Always Bought, ami which lias been Parker, nearest resident W. M. in the name of 100 acres listed lu uso fov over CO years, litis horno tho siprimtnvo or Speak. Tax and cost 2 84 William Youug,, nearest resident and lias been made under Ins per60 acres listed in the name of James Chasteen, tax and cost 3 43 gonal supervision oinco it infancy. Silas Hardin, nearest resident John Alloy no 0110 to dccclvo you in this. 350 acres listed iu the name of Hardin. Tax and cost for the years O. are hut All Counterfeits, Imitations and" J. Abney, nearest resident E. ' 6 75 Abney. 1900-19- 01 8 45 Experiments that trillo with and endanger tho health oi' tax and cost, 2 yrs. 60 acres listed iu the name of Infants and ChildrciJ Experience against Experiment. 100 acres listed in the Margaret Bullen, nearest resident John R. Alcorn, nearest name of resident S. J. Purcell, for the year 1899. Alex Allen, tax and cost. 4 35 Tax and cost 2 89 acres listed in the name of 40 140 acres listed in the name of Mrs. Nan Farris, nearest resident Casftorla in n harmless cubstituto for Castor Oil, PareAugustus Wolf, nearest resident John Anglin, tax and cost goric, Drops and Soothinjr Syrups. It is Pleasant. It 2 43 W. H. Brown. Tax and cost 4 28 contains neither Opium, DIoryhino nor other Narcoticr 3ooncres listed in the name of substance. Itn ago is its guarantee. Ifc destroys Worm 30 acres listed iu the name of W. S. Shearer, nearest resident C. Adeline Henderson, nearest resi- H. Todd, tax and cost and allays FeverishncuB. It cures Diarrhoea and AYind 11 07 Colic. It relieves Teething: Troubles, cures Constipation dent S, J. Moore for the years 1900-1- 90 66 acres listed in the name of Tax and cost 1. and Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates tho 4 18 Henty Sympson, nearest resident f to write for our confidential letter before ap--1 0. FRANCISCO, Propr. Stomach and Bowols, srlvins healthy and natural sleep. pinng ior paieni; it may do worm money, i 40 acres listed in the name of Jake Sympson, tax and cost 4 59 wo promptly obtain U. 8. and Foreign Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. Charley Watson, nearest resident Located at the Depotggggw 600 acres listed in the name of Wm Walleu, tax and cost 2 87 W. B. Smith and Johnson, nearest ALWAYS GENUINE KY nd TRADE MARKS or return in the name of resident Henry Hamlin, tax and 80 acres listed attorney's ieo. Send model, k TIRE 8 90 Bona nn IMMEDIATE J. N. Tyree, nearest resident J. II. cost Good t Livery Attached or photo and wo on patentability. w Boars tho Signature of TCDort Taylor, tax and cost icil legal service, and advice, and our 3 35 , 50 acres listed iu the name of Meet all Trains, Day and Night charges are moderate Try ui, 40 acres listed in the name of Joseph Watson, nearest resident .Traveling Men and Railroad & CO., 4 13 Wyatt Allen, nearest resident L John Wren, tax and cost Patent lawyers. men Solicited. Will 50 acres listed iu the uame of M. Davidson, tax and cost 2,97 Reubiu Opp. U.S. Patent Ofllco,Washlngton, D.C. Johnson 1900 1901, nearest for all trains. 100 acres listed in the name of resident W. M. White, tax and Jack Carpenter, nearest resident cost . 3 78 COURT CALENDAR. tax and cost 5,20 J. (J. 5,0 acres listed iu the name of County Court. Fourth Mou 50 acres listed in thh name of A. Harvey Kinnard, nearest resident day in each month. Years. Sn Use For Over G. Bronstou, nearest resident A. L. S. Hammond, tax and cost 2 43 MONUMENTAL WORKS, TMC CCNTAUR COMPANY. TT MUnlMV BTIlCtT. MW YOIIK CITV. 2,90 Quarterly Court. Eiist Mon- Nicely, tax and cost, 75 acres listed in the name of E SEWgraragasKiaBi Brodbcad, Ky, day iu January, April, July and acres listed in the name of vv. luiucr, nearsi residence .uouis 20 -- Granite and Marble Monuments October. 7 28 Henry Jones, nearest resident Rowlett, tax and cost and Tombstones. 28 acres listed iu the name of 1 97 Second Mon Grant Lovin, tax and cost Circuit Court. -- day it February, Fourth Monday 221 acres listed in the name of Harison Miller, nearest resident A. ALL WORK FIRST-CLAS.HHBCKBKa!OT4iPggS uvamp&ssBiSTgsBa 2 76 .. .. ... SATISFACTION GIVEN- .- in May and Third Monday in Sep Lucy T. Luxton, nearest resident Gadd, tax and cost onoSsJ Ks- -ii imf temper. 100 acres listed in the name of W. H. Morris, tax and cost 3 59 Cafe Cas Moody heirs, nearest resident H. Mt Vkrnon Pouck Court; 25 acres listed in the name of Syinpson, tax and cost 6 I3 H tm'fSSagSSL 4&' "'"jbrffKoafe fo Texas Third Monday in each month. C. Stewart, nearest resident Bettie 541 acres listed in the name of f Y ' In coinfr to Texas, via Laman, tax uud cost 2 97 S. B. Day, nearest resident Alex 8 acres listed in the name of Ross Sayler, iv X jMemohis, you can ride tax and cost to 75 WFM yi day in a Cotton Bell X. 3k f . 1V1 . hheirs, nearest resident J. L. Tate, J X . 25 acres listed iu the name of E. Parlor Cafe Car for TO 1 87 tax and cost. Wfc pn'ly fifty cents extra. 21 24 acres listed in the name of J. Flanery, nearest resident W. 1 M. Shearer, tax and cost 97 ""'"T'rtissy car is furnished with II. Knuckles, nearest resident H. MT. VERNQN, KY. , chairs, has an 30 acres listed in the namo of "'. ""large-eaLambert, tax and cost 3 20 Jessie Forsythe, nearest resident : ': observation smoking room, MEETS every 1st. and 3rd. Mon103 acres listed in the name of 2, 78 '.;' a ladies' lounging room and day in each month, 7:30 p. m. Charley Bethurum, nearest resident Bob Regsby, tax and cost Y ArM ) VF 15 acres listed in the name of W. BS- . a Cafe, where meals are George Rickets, tax and cost 5 28 GEO. S. GRIFFIN, Com. C. Gadd, nearest resident Thos. . served on the European plan One towu lot in Mt. Vernon list Miller, tax and cost ARCH FURNISH, Rec. Keep. 2 70 at reasonable pi ices. ed iu the name of James Croutcher;, 40 acres listed in the name of Besides i Psilor Cafe Csr, Cotton S!t tax uud cost 4 74 Thos. Young, nearest resident Abe twins carry Pullman S'ctpeis at night end Free Clu'r Cars both day and night. 3 20 4 acres listed in the name of G. Soard, tax ahd cost l Vrltc jnd tell us uhere ou sro golr.s W. Hasty, nearest resident Lee 100 acre listed in the name of BEST LINE and when fouwlll lest card we will tell SL RIL-UCF. B. &i5W Kinnard, tax and cost vou the exict cost oi a ticket and scr.d 3 43 Marion Abrams, nearest resident w. mZMW&AV you a complete schedule for the trip. Wc will alio send LONDON KY. Anglin, tax and cost 82 3 20 acres listed iu the name of John Js. 3Ju9aH vftil nn ln!rK!i.'(T l.lt' book.. "A Trb t3 TeXiS." TO a for Com- - Josiah Jones, nearest resident C. C. r tfjiQn ill im.w i i j 50 acres listed in the name of W 'J A V f. R. MATT. T. P. A.. Cntlr nal). Ohio. mercial men. Good Sample Room Tones tax and cost u - ft v ..' iiPaD f. $ n v ri A i : 2 97 A. Anglin for 1900 and 1901, near,; .. . LW.WEAUME.O.P.jT.i.SLlcats.Bj. 10 yejxjl. il - n 5?i5?n5oS junu est resident Isaac Rector, tax and listed in Rates - - - - $2 00 per day. E. 50 acres nearest the name of J. cost 5 77 Sexton, resident Spencer al22E 3!H!MSIS3SS2SE5SSSSE3Si5aS s?r 100 acres listed in the name of Mullins, tax and cost 3 11 Baxter heirs, nearest resident John M. 50 acres listed in the name of nosKins, tax and cost 3 35 William Shell, nearest resident 70 acres listed in the name of Larkin Abncy, tax and cost 2 97 Henry Calvin, nearest resident D. Mt. Vernon, Ky. Information cheerfully fur8 34 50 acres listed in the name of W. Casteel, tax and cost OFFICE At the Rice property1. nished on application at CityTicket Mart Singleton, nearest resident J. acres listed in the name of J. 50 Office "BIG FOUR," No. 213 Phone No. 3S. R. Singleton, tax and cost 2 43 T. Clark, nearest resident James Fourth Avenue, or write to 6 95 XV tAt.iii'A.: ftr 50 acres listed in ths name of D. Brewer, tax and cost P. A. HenuinRton, L). D. S.; M. I) M. Singleton nearest resident James 100 acres' listed iu the name of BlBatfQH U BB'LflirASiiB&iS' H 8. J. GATES, ' vkils fy. Singleton, tax and cost 3 43 George Maiden, nearest resident DENTST, ALL. CASES OF General Agent, 100 acres listed iu the name of Wesley Lambert, tax and cost 2 97 N W Cor. Third and Chestnut Sts. Thas. P. Ky. Louisviu.it, Smith, nearest resident E. 80 acres listed in the name of LOUISVILLE, KY. Mullins, tax and cost 4 14 Dally Nixon, nearest resident Chint K20W 75 acres listed in the name of Lear, tax. and cost Will be at Miller House. Mt 3 64 by our new invention. Only those born deaf nre iucuinble. Jerry Griffin, nearest resident John 14 acres listed in the name of J. crnon during all Circuit Courts. MEAD NOISES CEASE Griffin, lax and cost 3 go M. Pingleton, nearest residen Rube F. A. WERMAN, OF BALTIMORE, OAYS: 40 acres listed in the name of Wilniott, tax aud cost 2 97 . II M.TIMOUI!, Jld., Slnrch 50, joei, John Jones nearest resident J. T. Genttenint ; Being entirely cured of denf nc UnnUi to vour trentmiut, I v ill now give you R. G. 1 Co acres listed in . the name of a full history of my cac, to be used nt our iliscictlon. Mullins, tax and cost 2 97 About fire ycum oro mv right ear began to ting, and U1I3 Uept on getting norc, until I lost my hearing In this car cntirch'. acres listed in the name of HarveSoards heirs, nearest resident 150 I underwent n tre itmcnt for cntnrrh, for three luonths, without inj miccict, consulted a number of physicians, oiiiouc others, the most eminent ear specialist of this citv, who told me that Sarah A. Mullins, nearest resident A. J.'Henderson, tax aud cost 5" 39 MT. VERNON. KY. oiily an operation could help me, nnd even thut only temporarily, that the head noises would 82 acers listed in the name of E. W. G. Mullins, tax and cost 4 75 then cense, b.it the hearliiR in the nfiected car would be loit lorecr. Ithtn saw jour advertisement accidentally in n New York paper, and ordered your treatB. Wallace, nearest resident B. on Church St., Op190 acres listed in the name of ment. After I had used it only n lew dnyii nccordiuj: to your directioun thenoiesccafed. nnd Bodkin, tax and cost after fie weeks, my Inuring In the dNenve d enr hns been entirely restored, I thank you posite Court House. 2 26 T. J Nichols, nearest resident John heartily aud beg to rcmaiu Very truly ours. V A. WBUMAN, 730 S. Uroadway, Ililtimore, Md. Hibbard, tax and cost 80 acres listed in the name of J 7 92 Our treatment does not Interfere with your usual occupation. H Speak, nearest resident E. 300 acres listed in the name of J, Eraaeem,a YOU CAN CURE YOURSELF AT HOME E. Norton, nearest resident X A. Whitaker, tax mid cost 7 13 Attorn Smith, tax and cost 6 49 INTERNATIONAL AURALGLINIC, 596 LA SALLE AVE., CHICAGO, ILL. One town lot iu Mt. Vtruon, MT VKRNON, ICY 48 acres listed in the naine bf nearest resident Mrs. Rosaline Nes-bit-OFFICE.- On 2nd. floor of Lucy O'Neal, nearest resident P. 1 tax and co.st TO97 '.. ELL 'EM THE 1 97 The Bank of Mt. Vernon, on Church Prewitt, tax and cost 35'acros listed in the name of TELEPHONEVVILL 3trect. Special attention ' given j 100 acres listed iu the name of J. illiani Pattent, nearest resident RNSMir A Prewitt neaaest resident Bill to collections. Joe Hansel, tax and cost 3 11 Kinlcy, tax and cost WATC.H MA !:'ER, css;i yo.'i 3 43 TB8 20 acres listed in the name of T. rom V!t. Mt. Viiuxon', Ky. 50 acres listed in the name of M, Payne, nearest W. A. Rentier, nearest resident Payne, tajfand cost residet G. W. Wivion t DO nil kinds n paiiitiVo!d nnd 2 78 Jo effect Sunday, May 19th. Wm, Kinley, tax and cost 3 66 silver soldering ncntl' druic: rinj The new train will Jeave St. Louis acres listed in the name of las. 50 Cr- - cut fit. Kycs tested and elnMwf name of Arnold, nearest resident J, A Smith, 300 acres listed in the .. , a. m. daily the evening train o. ; 9.00 . DUMiii iiiuiniis. ncarpsr ri;if fnr i Loii.lou ,'fitte(1 lun, ' UIX JUKI COSt 2 07 to same points, io.io p. m. daily A full and complete stock. All C. Mullins, Inx nnd co.st ' o i", I Invnl Pnii.h r i :.. Lt i...i . T Through sleeping ,car service be- orders filled promptly. illicit jjsieu in .800 acres listed iu .the name ot C. 5 IJaVs. nearest k..w IIUIUI. oi J . 1AVUX$U)U. ...1110 11111. i Motto: rasidenf Wm tween St.,ouis, San Francisco and . W, D. McGuirc heirs, nearest resi NiccJ. - tax Best goods and lowest prices. Wil.lii L and cost VxKsraBism vfffiBKvr Northwestern points. , Oulv , line i 4 Ureclc, dent W. G, McGuire, tax and cobtl that does a twice daily. acred listed in the name of Jiroilliuml, W ,lwl, Loveli; run, 00 16 30 A. & Excursion tickets now on sale. Mink, nearest resident( A. J. llmifonl. i;.,ili()reh.ir,l. St.fi-- , 80 acres listed in the name of J. Alex (Succtitors to Dlankunshlp & Mulllni,) ' For further information, address Norton, tax and cost 5 28 ford. i.Hiiwtoi: ami all wnlml Mali-cotR. T. G. Matthews T. P. A. Livingston, Kentucky. H. Baker, nearebt resident H lion.ucU points ntlaw n,t;S. tax nnd cos-3 16 50 acres listed in the nanfe of J. Louisville Ky. 75 acres listed in the name of G. S. .Moore, nearest resident J. W. H. C. TOWNSEND, Gen'l Pass'r i' t '. rt'Mii ni?ir B. Catton, nearest resident W., S. Woodall, tax and cost 3 43 C6T- lakf llie Sir..s' u. id (;j. t nit ' r and Tkt. Agt., St. Louis. Mullins, tax and cost MULLINS HOTELtlin liiir, frujii 'ill 4 82 75 acres listed in the name of Jim the nev, Cull itt id v' Ni'i:,nt Chiv. C 10 acres listed in the name of W. Mize, nearest resident Nath Bus-se- l, ovti cotiittA ittitl $iiiU. t'D.ivis' rlrntoiv, and have our Furnialied wltl! every Cenven tax aud cost G Cotton, neurest resident G. B'. 4 35 lenco nnd Comfort. u. 1 tnMilV' Iniii- m rr'.'ufrtii'ihlrt -' .J 1 74 lNSUKCCn.--Sf.-- f tax anu cost . W. F. Tubbs, Prop. 300 acres listed in the uame of . acre.s listed in the name of Jasl5er Mcoraw, nearest resident ana promj-- m uiljstyini: Iim . 46 , I -, Call at tho Sicrnal Livingston, Ky, en jNiciiois, tax ana cost a 59 ' K, .; .UmftnTrr,' I' r Old AkUJUb office Ml" Vernon. Samplr rooms for Commercial men. Sarah Durham, nearest resident G. at iUit1 Ji. Lotion, tax nnd cost HCMRY CATRON, S. 1. C. . 'd 97 ilRillll Oll'.Cf fTr LAND SAUCS FOR TAXES 25 'acres listed in the name of J. VV. Speak, dcrtrti.t tenidcnl PrcJp'r. J. H. W. J. RIDER, Spea , tax mid co.st 2 97 in the name of 670 teres Shiplett lieirrt, nearest resident Val Nicely, tax and cost .6 13 if o ncres listed in the name oj J. at till trains. JWPortcr W. V oodnli nearest, lciiecut J. S Moo:e, t X ana co.-3 90 200 r.crvK listed in the naine of J. M. f)l ver, nearest resident ' Willis Bussel, trx and cost 8 05 60 acres listed in the name of Attfjeliuc Mussel, nearest resident S Cash., tax and cost 3 35 JQSEtEH COFfcEY, PROPR., 200 acies listed in the name of Cumminsiliis, nearest resident M. Stanford, Ky., C. firown, tax and cost 3 82 Specially equipped for traveling 50 acres listed in the nanc of mn, Sample room on first floor. SureWa Lawrence, nearest resident E. Lawrence, tax and cost 2 43 Bath rooms free to guests. 'i 20 acrds listed in the" name of IU.TK3. $2.00 per day. Malinda Mize, nearest resident W. M, No'iton. fax. and cost 4 28 Miller House, m f Headquarters 'for Commercial Men. lis-te- - t The Veranda Hotel Just-as-goo- d" What bs CAST Hotel Frith' Bodhead, I SWIFT fur-lunch- es Sowdcr& prancipeo The Kind You Haie Always Bought 30 S, 4M. "Big Four" BUFFALO ROUTE -- ISSfiSSakPilL' ?'fUtmr tz o rr AT TEE NORTH .AND EAST -- MtVerno)iTent,Ilo, IB' ill !lrVu l- - hMSO .V-;.: .'. .' 1901. RILEY HOUSE, Prop. Y, .... Indianapolis, Peoria and lj i- - ;. J rVfeft wre rjte ' . 1 IS ' w Hm ME m Chicago. L. '' DENTIST, MYERS,' fSB ..fisMy I " ANY. DEAFWESS OR HARD HEAR! ARE CURABLE !MiEOfAILl AttorneyatLaw CiC. Williams, cy-at-La- Williama, BSr-OFFI- 1 ata,ma New Fast -- Train w, t, 'COLORADO PACIFIC COAST UTAH T .. S.C.FRAKLI, Furniture aod Undertaking. Mullins ij, iir.-ii- .J t x. i ... , m-ii-i- . J. Son. e, JXWKt .tSW Mfmt 1 - - h'--I Insurance of all w - tri'nrlc .... t . - i ( , tU'W-jWU- -!- 1 A ', i