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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 Cj i if i onujJ q etn ntii i VOLUME 1 JMTVERNON ROtJKOASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 29 1901 flJMBER 10 ITELL MY FRIENDS TO BE BRA VE AND FEARLESS AND LOYAL To THE GREAT COMMON PEOPLE TJ1EWS ITEMS 0 Jonestown Miss was practically destroyed by fire Germany has a great sugar trust wIiicliis dictating prices all over the fworld People at Colon are seeking refuge on board the United States gunboats Marietta and Machias Hon IsodorRaynerV chief counr sel for Admiral Schley refuses to accept a cent forhis service as at torneyThe aggregatedamage caused by the great storm on the Atlantic coast is estimated at over a million dollarsThe United States Consular representative at Sofia has received another letter from Miss Stone who states she iaivell Capt Perry of the battleship Iowa cables that the situation on the isthmus is quiet and satisfactory to the United States Robbers at Armourdale Kaput four men to sleep with knock out drops in a saloon robbed the place and set it on fire The United States Government has taken charge of the isthmian transit Capt Perry landed with a detachment of men from the Iowa It is believed that the niovenient to secure the release of Miss East wick the American woman sen tenced to imprisonment for forgery in London will JDC successful The National Commission forth Louisiana ExpsitionI madean official announcement Abe opening of the Louisiana Pur chase Exposition will not be postponed The Treasury Department has received through the New York Collector of Customs contribution ot 18669 to the conscience fund the largest contribution fiof- the kind on reord- Detectives Armstrongand Hard ing of Louisville have made claim- S 1000 of the Goebel reward fund claiming to have secured the first clews for the conviction of Youtsey Howard and Powers A Washington dispatch says that the text and signatures of the Declaration of Independence have so faded that the famous docu ment is a little more than a sheet ofwhite parchment The report of the appraisers shows that the late President Mc Kinley left a perspnalv estate of 13589018 ie real estate was not appraised but is estimated at from 6opop to75000- yagreemut of attorneys the peal ofthe Reinecke Coal Com pany fora permanent injunction against the union miners of Hop Jdus county will be argued before Judge Evans in Louisville Dec 6f president Hill of the Railroad Trusts announces that Great Northern stockholders have sixty days in which to convert their h0 dings into shares of the Northern SeciritiesliC6mjpauy atusuaK Price ilY i1 t 48o 3 y SThe bank of England has a capital of alittle over 72000000 tarid arsurplus of about 6000000 SyeYlts governor receives a salary of only 10000 a year The pay of the 24 director isljSqO each per annum Ail article in a London magazine tvtjuotes a member jftfyfte1Gabinefas saving that numerous appeals have been made in a roundabout way by Governments to America tasking that steps be taken to Qnd tbe y 4 IBoer war v Wm Bradley a prominent farmer and strike sympathizer was shot hQvnin the streets of ladisonville yJIV Hancpclcjaapolieman w1er1sewiJd h t wounded a malL I uuyanannbttndr Xrj citement1S soThlgli1tbat the pre litnindfy hearing of the miners unT cryirrest was postponed iv LEVEL GREEN 0 Well well Thanksgiving is here again and I had no turkey and although my health lis poor yet I have ninth for which I am sincerely thankful Above and first of all I thankCHiml from whom all blessings flow that I possess a thankful hearty ready atall times to acknowledge Christ as Prophet Priesrili rIinoIJ am thankful that the brittle thread of thy mortal existence has been so lengthened that I have seen you weary winter sun five and fifty times return thakniy five sons andfourdaught ers are full grown and in good health that Betsy is fat and sassyj and yet very good looking for a gal of her age notwithstanding the frosts of time havechanged the c mplexiqn of her hair and His plow share has made some preit deep furrows on the brow Yes tam thankful for the grand children too and for friends neighbors and all relatives IAnd in my political heartIre feel exceedingly thankful that the democratsthe party to which I belongthe peoples party have gained such a decided victory oyercour friends the enemy tI the polls that place and power know them no more forever in Kentucky Althb my health has ben poor for a long while and exceedingly so for the last twelve mouths yet we will round our scbool up just a litte ahead of the foremost Thanksgiving and here is something else for which I am truly grateful We have no news qv interest except uncle Bill made me a new sled Bills a pretty good workman so he iz fur he always gets the pay for his work The sportsmen are exceedingly scarce since farmers did their duty posted their grbutidV Now lets give the birds a rest and turn all out artillery and dogs ov war loose on the rabbit and English sparrow Sam Brown came in from Crobk edCreek Saturday and experienced another ride on the historic goat but he refuses to give the boys ainy of his experiences says if the boys want to learn that they must take their lessons as he did Well sir the rooster I got from Esquire Branneyman wont crow awordIbtlieve beiiI republican and the hen wont lay John Graves wants everybody to know that he has purchased the farm owned by Green Cress and will move to it at once He will go very extensively into owl culture next year Hoot Ojwls and Toot OwlsXScreech Owls tand hit- eQlsal1 f Vr V sorts He will pay fancy V fprices for a few thoroughbreds VM BUCK YARN ON i j ASTOUNDINFDISCOVERY From Coopersville Mich comes word ofa wonderful discovery of a pleasant tasting liquid thatwhen lised before retiring by any one r f svitha 1a couhaYsen- sutcs i j a good nights rest It will soon cure the cough too writes Mrs SrHimelburgerr jor three generations of Our family havusedDr Kings New Discov ery for Consumption and 11 ver found its equal for Coughs arid Colds IIts an unrivaled life saver when used for desperate lung diseases Guaranteed bOttl5oc- and iop at all Druggists Trial bottles free jJYTiAWould v you you used Dr Kings New Life Pills Thousands of sufferers 1ave proved their niatchless Do4II S kand SSierybus Headaches Tliey1 make permQoaantl15ui1d tip yburhealth Only 25 cents Mouty back if no- tcutedSold by all Druggist G T JOHNSON Returns to Rockcastle and goes In businessat Wildie having pur tchasdloug ing to J Fish QUAIL iv i P Miss Luna Herrin remains about the same Charlie Proctor has a severe case of typhoid fever There is a considerable amount of sickness in this part Corn is worth j per barrel in this section of the county O A Gentry has been traveling as Bible agent and reports favara ble Charley Watsons sixyearold child died of scarlet fever last week Jailerelect W I Herrin of Lincoln was in our midst last week v q 1kHerin4armchurch J E Craig solda bunch of H5lb hogs to A J Thompson of P each rsy leJ at 4 cents James Brown sold to D E Proc tor aJat hog at 5cts net and toI Jothan Brown two at the same priceDr D L Southard of Bee Lick lost an extra good gelding last week The cause of his death was lockjaw beingset up by a nail be ing driven to the quick in the foot Willie Proctor 4 of Lexington accompanieH by Messrs Martin and Gilbert of the same place visited his fatherG S1 Proctor last week and while here spent few days hunting i t BRODHEAD 0 Edgar Dunn was visiting in Lin coIn last week Mr Ed Mitchell of London was in town Sunday If you want to go to Level Green call on Manley Albright sq Mr W N Cable and family have moved to Cratvfordsville Indiana Mr Tilman Gilpin of Gencoe was in town Sunday and Monday Mr W A Carson is hanging paper for HC Katron this week Mr James Saufiey is working nights here some people are smiling Rev Stinnet flIed his appoint ment at the Methodist church Sun day last Miss Ida Tharp gave a social last Friday night All report uex celtenttime Answer toaconuudrura that ap pealed in this paper some time ago Because menhave something bet t rrGREAT LUCK OP AN EDITOR For twc years all efforts to cure t r Eczema jn the palms of my hands failed writes EditQrHvN Lester of Syracuse Ean ctbe1irwas wholly cured by Buc lens Arnica SalveJ Its the w Il s1ist for Eruptions Sores and all skhfc diseases Only 2sc at all Druggists The next Legislature wLlliprob ably apprbpriatejbbpppo fbjoui d a waI t t Fq1tt1+ Land Stock and Crop 0Wood Catron bought abut fh of long yearling heifers at 1250 John Cress bought of JSop lin a bunch of extra good hogs ai 5 cts Wood Catron boughtof John Parsons a fine jack which will make the season at Wijdie next year John Cress shipped from Brod head Wednesday a car load of hogs bought from different parties in the county at 47f cts per pound The form of Mrs Mahaly Single tori deceased on Copper creek was sold for 1000 Ed Koehler of Laurel county bought one half and John Anderson of near Brod head the other Allen Deatherage sold Saturday to John D Harris 60 cattle at fou- rcritsBrock Railsback shipped a car load of hogs Tuesday They paid 5 cts for most of them and 454 for some lighter ones Harry Crawford at Mt Sterling court 16 steers bout 750 Ibs at 27 each He also bought 40 year lings at 354 to 3t ctsWinchester Democrat Horace Miller has returned from Fleming county where he pur has ed a fine lot of feeding cattle 55 headaveraging 1150 pounds at 5 cts The 75 export cattle he sold last week was an extra fine lot Duke Jones of Hutchison sold to- E P Claybrook a lot of new corn delivered a3 10 per barrel Other parties in Hutch son neigh borhood heve made sales to M R Jacoby at 3 per barrel delivered Paris Keutuckian t The farmers along Roundstone creek are taking on new life and the farms are showing the effect it Dr Lewis M R Jones an- drvrfI Jordan are proving sue cessful farmers and realize the great importance pf keeping their land clean and fences well ud These bottoms which were once considered almost worthless are now becoming very productive be cause they have thrifty enterprising men managing them Rock castle is alright if people will just go to work Many an old brier field which has been cast aside could by just a little work and proper handling be brought to lifeand make of them good pro clueing lands This has been clear ly demonstrated as the farms owned by J W Moore and Fred Hohu show C Postmaster Palmer I IIcribesands of men s ndwomen flhd identical with theirs Readwhathcsays the similarity of yourQw- ncascW rite to him enclosing stamped ad dressed envel L Palmerope for replyIand get sonal corrcboration of what k hcrf given He says regarding Dr Miles Heart CureI suffered agonizing pain in the left bieast and between shoulders from pilpitatecould no longer lie in bed Nijhtaftcr night I walked the floor for to lip down would have meant sudden death My condition seemed almost when I begantaking Dr Miles Hdart Cure roe from the first Later I took Dr Miles Nervine with the Heart Cure and the effect was astpn ishing I arnestlyih1Oresimilarsuf ferers to give these a Sold by all Druggists on guarantee Dr frtiies MedicialCb Eikhartflnd THE BANK OF MT VERNON r MT veRNONk II c e iOPENED r90Ql i f 17 rc CAPITAL STOCK i Li ri5 O Ice WILLIAMS PIUS JAS T ADAMS VicjcPkis W L RICHARDS CASHIER AB FURNISH ASST CASH DIRECTORS Jonas McKenzie Geo Liyesay A Ti Fih Fiitz Krueger Rod Perry Vincent Boding JEHoukJ We solicit accounts of Sfms and individuals Careful atten1 tion is given collections entrusted to us Our friends and patrons are invited to call when in town First ffetionat Bank OP QTANFORE KY fT Capital Sl9ck5S100000 Surprtus 180407JJ DIRECTORS V t J W Hayden W P Walton J H Collier MD Elmoro G Ried T1P Hill is H Bauglan W A Tribble M J Miller andCT EEarris We solicit the accounts of tfle citizens of Rockcastle and adjoining countiesassuring them prompt and careful attention to all busi ness intrusted to us Personal application and correspond ence with a view to business relations invited r J S IIOCKER Pres JiO j rCROBERTS Cashier A A 1icKINNY Asst Cashier t f pi DAN NIE OWENS UNDERTAKE Caskets Coffins Robes Etc f I 1Kept in Stock Oraers by Mail Telegraph or Telephone Promptly filled BRODHEAD KKNTIJCK aMlrltA a WLUgS GRirFINPracticai Undertker tot RIStock Gomplete Embalming done pn short notice t f Come and see me anything I have riot got can getvforyou onfit- nthatavetie ci t y i r rtl oTET3wiW ASTHMA Oplurnisli by wire PromptlyFilTecl CURE FREE ASTH MALE NE Mijas INSTANT BELIEF I SENT ASOLUTELYFREEONRECEIpTOFpOSTAL Aiid rermanent Cune in All Cases I CHAINED FOR tYEANS TEN t h THERE notbinglike Asthmalene It brings in even in the worst cases It cures when all else fails The REV C F VELis of Villa Ridge Ill says Your trial hottlebf Asthmalene rccteived in good condition I cannot tell you how thankful I feel for the good derived from it r was a Slav chained yearsItOrlnentingdiseasciasthma yourselves but resolved to giyeitfa trial To ny astonishment the trial acted like a charm Send me a tiillJjize bottle c i hTEsvtiit to send to every sufferer trial tre tni bLof ASTHMA VL LEN r to the one that cured Mr Wel Well send it hyman QSTPAIpABSDLl rJ LV FREE QF CHARGE to any sufferer who will wittefor it W6jiton a postal Never mind though ate i howdver Tad your case ASXMALENE villxrelieveentldclttet e worse your asev fhkmpfQ glad wearc to Qud k Dfi npt delay Write at once addcesfiin g DR TAFT tlRqSL tEp1SJN CO 79 EhSt N Qt SQld b U rt1 y Lt w i r j c ir MtVernon Signal FRIDAY Nov 29 1901 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHTI SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on application y PRESIDENT ROOSEVELTS mes sage to the Fiftyseventh Congress a muh more conservative docu ment than was expected as is shown by the following sent by the Wall street Journals Washing ton correspondent uThe Presidents message has been completed It has already ben printedin the rough It has been read over to so many persons that it has been possible to obtain a pretty clear idea of the nature of its contents It is much more con servative decument than might have been expected from the COI monlyaccepted estimate of Presi dent Roosevelts character There is nothing in it so far as can be learned at present that need cause a ripple of alarm in the stock or bond market On the contrary its general effect win it is said be reassuring It lends no countenance to the idea ofa general re vision of the tariff It leaves to the decision of Congress the ques tion Taised by the report of the Secretary of the Treasury as to the advisability of a considerable re duction in iuternal taxation It recommends reciprocal arrange ments with foreign countries which can supply the United States with things which are not produced here but carefully abstains from indorsing any one of the reciprocity treaties which have been extended and will come up again for con sideration in the Senate this winter Its discussion of the trust ques tion is in general terms No radi cal legislation is urged Congress is recoramanded to consider the subject with the purpose of seeing that rights of the people are not being unduly infringed upon by re centlyorganized large corpora tions and it is said a suggestion is made that companies whose obliga tions are offered for public sub scription should be required to make public showing as to their resources and condition On the other hand it is in sisted that these corporations have rights that must be respected On the subject of snip subsidies the message will urge the adoption of legislation which vill encourage the upbuilding of an American- merchant marine to carry American goods to foreign markets No less serious has grown the strike situation in Hopkins county Judge Halls order commanding the union strikers at Nortonville to disband their camp seems to put litttle or no change oil the strik ers as a large number of them have already returned to their camps President Wood of the Uuited Mine Workers says the land on which their tents are pitched was leased by the miners and there is no way to make them Vacate that they have on hands snore money than ever before and that they will at once begin the erection of a building at Norton yule sufficiently large to accomo date 500 miners with their wives and children The question is again up to Judge Hall What i f ill he do IF the next Legislature wants to jlo something that will be really a help to Kentucky let it make some muchneeded changes in the pres Cut school law No State in the fUnion has any poorer system of education than has Kentucky Althougha fairly reasonable mount is paid each year for the Education of our boys and girls yet Jilie returns are in no way sufficient iatid can only be remedied by some proper legislation along this line Trtiich is the only cfore for some of 551tfON next Monday tbeFiftY1 seventh Congress will convene The amount of work cutout to be done is no little bitbuti theimpodantpquestion ishowj to SENTATOK MILLARD says there will be but two parties inNe tfraAta from now on and that Bryan iUbe the next Democratic jiI candidate for governor OLD HICKORY CHIPS 0 By Our Associate Editor The republican bosses by stifling republican sentiment for tariff re vision are makinig some firstclass democraic ammunition One good term may deserve another but it wont get it in Georgia if the proposition to limit the gov ernors of the State one term be adoptedThe official count in Maryland gives the democrats a majority of fifteen on joint ballot in the legis lature Good morning Senator GormanMaryland has never given the country a candidate for President but two of its sonsSchley and Gorman are in the line of Presi dential possibilities As scrappy as Mr Roosevelt is reputed to be he was compelled to tuck tail and run away from the hord of officeseekers in Washington the other day Why Mr Roosevelt wanted to shoot more ducks when Washington is full of political lame ducks that be is expected to look out for is too much for us Mayorelect Seth Low is finding out that reformers are as persistent in their demands for political spoils as th the professional spoils man could possibly be General Pull is still in com mand at Washington notwithstanding the official announcement some time ago that he would be retired and be succeeded by General Merit ExQueen Lil is making her way to Washington by easy stages She didnt get invited to eat Thanksgiving day dinner in the White House but Christmas is comingHon HBil1Stone of Pa will now endeavor to present his grand act the crushing of quay getIcrushed It will probably be get crushedThe republican bosses find it both tiresome and troublesome to get used to Mr Roosevelts carefully cultivated habit of doing the unexpected but they are not ready for a row yet There is still such a thin as friendship Hon Isidor Raynern who was Schleys chief councel declined to accept a fee for his ser vices saying that it had been a work of love with him Republican governors of the States ihterested have not been fall ing over each other in their eager ness to accept the invitation of the Gov of Minnesota to help him fight the big railroad trusts Is anybody afraid Let the republicans in Congress dodge the tariff revision question by the appointment of a tariff commission if they dare Nothing would make mote certain the elec tion of a democratic majority of the House next year Some disgraceful figures would be the correct title for the follow jug payments by the U S government on account of prize money To Rear Amiral Sampson 25417 44 to Admiral Admiral Dewey 9570 to Rear Admiral Schley 1812Indian Commissioner Jones has stirred up the beneficiaries of the Indian ring by strongly attacking the present policy of the govern ment toward the Indians and showing that the enormous expen ditures have been productive of little good to the Indians True Mr Jones but think ofthe million aires that have been made by pickings from those expenditures a e PINE Hill 0 Delayed Letter Mr Collier is down from Brod head Mrs John McHafgues niece from Corbitij is visiting her Mr Charles Pick or here js- iprakingon the South end local Those who are f ndof dtitdobr sports hail this weather with pleasure Mr Bethurum lawyer of Mt Vernon was dbwri flrs week on business Mr P H Reese and family have moved to East Bernstadt Messrs Hightower Longmire and Metesser were in Mt Vernon Tuesday on bUiine5sIMrs Mary Brownlie passed through here last week en route to Crab Orchard where she spent a- very pleasant day with friecdsi Mr John Hightower is out on the road looking for a place to locate his family We regret very much to have to loose this citizen as his place will be hard to fill IMr Moore the able train 4isIf Livingston has fiddlesboroughlBelt countys loss His many friends will regret to hear of his leavingJ Mr Johnson and his able corps of civil engineers Messrs Boyle Blackman and Crawford finished their work here and left last Fri day We sincerely hope this will not be their last trip to Pine HilL The good people of Pine Hill were very quiet on Thanksgiving day only taking time to speak and then hurry home to a splendid Thanksgiving dinner which your correspondent had the pleasure to enjoyWe have enjoyed the rare pleas ure ofa short visit from Col August of Washington City The fewest number of men are his peer in business relations with his fellow man Socially he is peer to any Lord WILDIE 0 Delayed Letter W I Dooley was up from With ers Sunday There is a great deal of sickness in this vicinit Bogue Brown of Lincoln was in town Monday hog buying Our Sunday School Convention was a complete failure Sunday H H Wood made a business trip to Mt Vernon first of week L T Stewart and Hayes went to Withers Monday to load lumber Most of the farmers of this vicin ity have gathered their few nubbins Mrs Sue Butner returned from Kingston Monday where she had gone to sell a mule Miss Stella Adams is visiting rel atives and friends in Livingston and Stanford this week Mr and Mrs Sfcack Gemrj were the guests of Mr and Mrs H S Branaman Sunday W H Brown returned from Parksville Monday where he had been visiting home folks Rev T D Muffins preached at the church Sunday at 1 1 oclock G T Johnson formerly of Brush creek but now a resident of Waco was in town Sunday and Monday Jas Proctor was home Saturday and Sunday visiting home folks He has a railroad position in Jel licoWe want to know what has hap p ned the Signal it has been two days late the past two weeks We are always anxious to get it on Saturday CONWAY 0Geo W Shockly was out from jBerca Sunday Mr G W Jones health is very poor at present J M Coffey was in Berea Tues day on business JesseDykes was in Wildie first of tbe week on business Charlie Hardin was over from Crab Orchard first of the week U 3 Berry and family were visiting relatives at Berea Thursday G W Jones has a very sore eye that is bothering hi ma great deal Geo Hardin was out from Ford this week buying apples chickens and pigs outlfrbusiness Mr S D Chenaulfc of Waco is clerking for tho Conway Mercantile Conipa ny at ptntr- s Jack Mbbjey received a painful fall Monday but she fe bettervst tills writing X U Mrs 11 R Jonee has retunied from Hustonville where she has been visiting relatives Miss Flora Jones was out from Berea last Saturday and Sunday visiting Mrs Jv H Sigman Mrs Elen Franklin sold her twentyfiv acre farm here to S P Calaliau for 300 00 last week Beauchamp Lackey and Frank Canady were out last Friday and Saturday from Richmond hunting Dr R H Lewis is improving his farm near here by building new fences along his line on the county road The Drillers on Copper creek are progressing slow having only gained a depth of two hundred feet at present Mr Otter Robinson aged sixty and Miss Haley Mobley sweet sixteen were united in matrimony at J j Wrens last Saturday night Joseph C D and David A Chenault accompanied by Cap Dickison were out first of the week from Richmond bird hunting Adjoining Counties 0Reubin Quinn will hang at Dan yule Dec 20th Nancy Hundley and Phoebe King were tried at Somerset and given five years in the State penitentiary for killing Mrs Eppie Sellers Sam Early shot and seriously wounded Frak Farley at Flat Lick Knox count Monday the result of an old grudge Judge Morrow granted George W Wait and R G Hail president and cashier of the defunct Somer set Banking Company and the Somerset National Banking Co a change of venue to Laurel county Articles of incorporation were filed Monday with the County CleJk of Boyle county for the or ganization of a stock company to railIway willIamount of the stock is 10000 with the privilege of raising it to 100000 rondayincounty Twentyfive men were arrested in Iancaster Sunnay night in a raid on a gambling house A 50 tombstone was one of the JohnWilliamsGolden Wedding in Danville Tues day The tombstone will be erected on their lot in the cemetery Repairing NeatlyDone Never thought ofsuch a 5 gn for a medicine did you Well its a good sign for Scotts Emulsion The body as to be repaired like other things and Scotts Emulsion is the medicine that does it These poor bodies wear out from worry from overwork from disease Thy get thin ind weak Some of the new ones are not well made and all of the old ones are racked from longusage ScottsE1llu1sion fixes all cinds It does the work both inside ando t It makes soft bones hard thin bloodred weak lungs strong hollow places full Only the best materials are used in the patching and the patches dont show through the nevglow of health No one has to wait his turn You can do it yourself vou JThISplctur the Trade Slark of Scotts Emulsion n dionthe rapper of every bottle tai for free sample SCOTT BOWNE c91 CS Nev Voik s Y f f22 POLITICS and POLITICIANS 0 Judge R J Breckiuridge will ap ply for a rehearing of the case in volving the office of At tor airy General Gen Dau R Collier has written a letter to Republican leaders ask lug their support in the surveyor ship fight William Gwin who fOr il o veavs served as chief messeujiiM the Secretary of State at Washing ton1s dead- Collector Craft is still being deluged with applications for places at his disposal He received fifty letters Monday morning- A bill be introduced in the next Congress to reduce postage Hon Vincent Boreing has an nounced himself a candidate to succeed himself in Congress Coughs My wife had a deepseated cough for three years I purchased two bottles of Ayers Cherry Pectoral large size and it cured her com pletely It J H Burge Macon Col Probably you know of cough medicines that re lieve little coughs all coughs except deep ones The medicine that has been curing the worst of deep coughs for sixty years is Ayers Cherry PectoralThree 5cc SI Ul crantstJ Consult your dnlnr If ho sayi tako it theu do M he sap If lie tells you not to tako It tlica 1111r tnk It Ho knows Leave it with Mm w vrillliK J 0 AT rt CO Lowell Mass Z tz WOMAN RELIEF A really healthy woman has Ut tIe pain or discomfortt at tile menstrual period No woman needs to have any Wine of Cardui will quickly relieve those smarting menstrual pains and the dragging head backand side aches caused by falling of the womb and irregular menses WINE OF CARDUJ has brought permanent relief to 1000000 women who suffered every month It makes the menstrual organs strong and healthy It is the prpvision made by Nature to give women relief from the terrible aches and pains which blight so many homes GBSEJTWOOD LA Oct 14 1000 timeItide and could not got any relief until BeforeI feel It to that you have owonderful medicine- MSB M A YOUJTT 1nt1q1QeChattanoop f k41hU Y I R I A 1 V Iniaixurt and Gliiidren ThaKind Yu Have Always Bought Btmy te- iit I r A good lookInr1 bono nnd poor looh I ia f hunt s is tho f t kind cf con un r kilS3 Ofi jnmco onrnr r nn tit 01 better but uinteri on1Mibreoftnnd pllaWfptiUUti I Give Your fltLS Jttireka Qlttfl 10 lfl3ttWlC l IGg- us it trtIIinrIIyrOUlrt e18tlI Horse a- Chance I STANDARD OIL CO A Gallon of PURE LINSEED OIL mfccd with a gallon of fbWT4 ZJilrImAko 2 gallon of the VSRY BEST PAISE in tho VOELD 15 iJrof bUt Is rvu MORE DURABLE than PUKE WHITE LEAD rud is ABBOLUTKLY NOT Ioisoxoos HAUMAU PAINT is made of the BEST OP PAINT MATRIALS8ueh as all coed paintomue and is ground THICK VEnT THICK Wo trouble to mix any boy can do it It is tho COUMOX SEXSS OJnOUSJ Purr No DETT painteaubom at ANT cost and is J5 JlOT TO CRACK BUSTZB PEEL or CBzr FHAM3IAPAIXTCOStIoulcH H Soldand guaranteed by Chas C Davis Mt Vernon Ky ff i7j Jii tW i mmlJ tn 1h i t l i 1Aitr lt sones toad Sue it the Education MR astd aJ BoolfoJtpwn ncii rgaOphrs tI tnrtlIt6 tAb StIlDt 1 Catakguatenc Leckyears Business lr 3ig tt 5 EvaBsvlIIe SndJena GO TO JONAS MCKENZIE MT VERNON KY i for Everything 1 Dry Goods Clothing Boots and Shoes ana Gepeiil Merchandise iX BEST GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES 3 T11EL INVESTMENT IncorporatedAPITAL s 25000 00 RESERVE SURPLUSr 12500000 AMOUNT PAID COUPON HOLDERS 200 00 00 Address all correspondence to HOME OFFICE LEXINGTON KY o1Y GOOD TERMS TO FIRST CLASS AGENTS u M Ir FrRRINBIJf J jlJ iivw HAVE Ill AMERICAN COMPANY our Houses insured in they OtltEtSew York Underwriters Agy E SALBRIGHTTAG r 1 elhit ign1Qft1ce S t = it t Mt Vernon Signal Mt ViERN3N KY Nov 29 1901 i f 1 I I LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE IL RecJ TIME TABLE 24 north 1105 a m 26 north ii2am 23 south 200 p n 25 South i48am TAS LANDRUM Agent Entered at the Mt Vernvu Ky PeateSce a ec jolldclass utah matter MASONIC Ashluud Lodge No 640 meets 2nd Saturday A LMTVERNON R A CHAPTER W MO MEETS every FOU11TH MONDAY at2pifl CHURCHES Christian Holds servicen 1st 3r Sundaj at llani and at 630 p in Presbyterian Holds services on the 2nd and 4th sunday morning and evening Baptist ChurchServices on the Second Saturday night and Sunday Sunday School at 9 a ra every Sunday Prayer meeting on Tuesday nights tfI PERSONALS foo=Frank Miller is at Lancaster Mr E B Miller is leported very iMrams z y Mrs F It Hardy continues very ill Elza uangfords wife is very sick With fever joe Brown closed his shool at Flat Rock yesterday Dr John lL Williams went to Louisville Monday Dr W E Gravely was up from Brodhead Monday Mrs R L Jones was taken very sick Saturdry afternoon Judge Alcorn is attending the Federalcourt in London Col W J Sparlyspent several days In the 4 1H1J W Bowman was h rebe tween trains Wednesday f 4Miss Maggie Walters went to Bittsburg Wednesday afternoon 1 Miss Arthusa Cloyd of Crab Oichardj is with friends here this week amtPeimmgton has rented a livery stable at London and taken charge Reubin Gastinau Qf Wayne county was here Tuesday prospecting for oilSMrs Gran Adams returned Sun day from a visit to friends in Crab Orchard- MiGj Adams our section fore man was in Louisville the first of the week Ed Wood ll of Hazel Patch passed through yesterday en route to Stanford Mr and Mrs Tyre Gentry of Lebanon Junction are visiting home folks Miss Tela Pennington whom we reported very sick last week is much better Drs Lewis and Sams and Mr H S Branaman were over from Wildie Monday Dr Davis reports the twoyear old child of Mr and Mrs Andy Baker very sink Jack Adams went to Grays SalIt urday to spend a few days with his brother Lytle f Mrs Patsy Brown and little son Oppie of Stanford spent Saturday until Monday with friends here t Drs Loyell and Cooper perform sfed a Very delicate operation on Mrs J J Wood Tuesday Tle patient is doing nicely Enclosed find i Set me up 7 another year tn the SIGNAL says our friend J WI Stephens of Berea This is the kind of a letter he sends us once every year ttCapt J R Stuckey writes for the Signal to be changed from Livingston to Bishopville S C where he and Mrs Stuckey and 7idn John have gone to visit relatives to be gone until January ist boc says he will visit the West Indies JExpbsition at Charleston before his return Lj J Miss Bettie Pennington has Pneu- I monia fever Capt W R Dillion was here Wednesday having loaded a carload of staves Judge McClure and Attorney J W Brown were in Stanford a short while Tuesday Miss Annie Eave of Barbour ville is a guest of Mr and Mrs W B Hudson Dr Lucas and J E Singleton of Livingston were two of the very welcome visitors to our town Mon day Willis Adams of near Hazel Patch made a business trip to Madison county the first of the week Louistspecialist He is in a very serious condition Tilman Gilpin was here yester day on his return home from a three weeks tour of Tennessee and VirginiaMr Mrs C C Williams Mrs Nannie C Albright Miss Risse and Judge Williams went to Stanford yesterday Mr Henry Bales is now a citizen of our town and wiJ1enbably move into the vacant house near Mr H C GentrysIMr Min Pennington was down from London to see his daughter Miss Tela Pennington who has been sick with fever W M Meadows who recently moved from Pine Hill to Livingston and opened up a grocery store was here Tuesday on important busi ness 1 LOCALS 0- A big line of fire works atS W Davis Buy your Xmas candies from S W Davis IA NO7 Step stove for 600 at SWDavis Call onSW Davis henYQit want a bargain All kind of Xmas candies catfbe found at S W Davis There were 59 tracts of land sold Monday at the sheriff land sales for taxes Cris Langford and Mamie Mul lins colored were married Wednesday night- Marriage license were issued to Francis Sears and Miss Lizzie Mc Pheron Monday W B Whitehead has closed his plaining mill down on account of the water giving out- WANTIWSeVeral cords of good stove wood in exchange for tuition at the College Inquire of Principal of School TRUSTEE Theo Wesley resign ed as one of the board of trustees of Mt Vernon and Dr M L Myers was appointed to take his place For a nice Xmas preSent see my stock of solid gold rings in set plain and engraved Initials en graved free of charge S C FRANKLIN COUNTY COURT The case of K Hayes and Thos Bowman for shooting at James Dyer was called last Saturday when the defend ants waived the right of examina thin and were held over to the Circuit Court under a bond of 250 each ToNORROW The case ofJames Joe and Lee Norton Charged with a conspiracy to nold Ut1tyJudgemembered that Arnolcflurvas shot while on his way from tl L London Fair last September Jatnes Den ny who is cJaargeav with horse stealing will tried tomor row RECEIVKD QUIETussheriff Henry Catron has raadehk last paYment to the AudUOfdreceived his quietus The amount paid the State wasSI52I near 1000 more tbanwaspaid last year This increase while not greatdealonly few years of proper management is all that is necessary to take Rockcastle out of the pauper column IS W Davis can furnish your with furniture When y tthave a saddle that need a pad bungitAoS W Davis A high arm rocker for only 175 at SW Davis call and see bargain Call and see my nicelil1eof Ladies and Gents watches from I2upS W Davis A nice rocking chair would be a nice Xmas present for yoiu wife they are cheap at S W Davis SUPERVISORS H J Mullins J W Baker Rev A J Pike D N Williams and Henry Catron have been appointed Supervisors of tax for the year 1902rThe C L S C will meet with Mrs John VBrown Monday evening The meeting was changed from Tuesday on account of the entertainment at the College Beeman ard Bradford Louisville contractors are putting in a new abutment on the West end of bridge No 25KDoftheL N which will be completed about the first of the month CLOSES DECEMBER 6TH Miss Ella Joplin will close her school Dec 6th and will immediately re turn to Mt Vernon and open up a firstclass boarding house Regular boarders are specially desiren CHANGED TIME The new L N time card which went into effect Sunday makes 26 North bound train due here at 112 a ra and 25 South bound at 148 The meeting point is Brodhead in stead of Maretburg APPOINTFD George McCarthy D S McKinney and Joseph Chewn lug have been appointed Trustees of the town of Livingston to fill vacancies caused by the resigna lion of E S Elmore John Pope and Jacob Sambrook PROMOTED W F Sheridan formerly Chief Train Dispatcher of the KD and later of the Hender son division has been promoted to Master of Trains on that division This is welcome news to his many friends in Rockcastle Remember the entertainment at the College Tuesday night in addition to hearing a programme worth more thag you will have to pay you will also be helping the College as a part of the proceeds will go towards the library MOONSHINE RAIDDeputv Col lector W T Short John C and T R Mullins C D Mullins and P T Barnett captured a couple of first class stills near McKee Jackson county last week The makers of the white juice all escaped WRONG MEDICINE Mrs W A Cox in giving her little four year old son Richard a dose of medicine made a mistake and gave him Iodine thinking it was something else The mistake was soon de tected and by the use of a proper antidote at once the little fellow was soon alright Ths following pupils received the highest grade at the college for the month ofNovember COLLEGE DEPTILee Chestnut Minerva Price 96 Ernest Ewers gG INTERMEDIATE pEPfr George Childress r + rtA PRIMARY DEFT Mattie Bakeri A 97 Jake Williams 97 Lela May Lovell v 96 Anna May Miller 96 THANKSGIVING SERVICES The day was appropriately spent in re ligious services The firstservice was at the Pres hyterian church at 630 a me Notwithstanding the early hour quite a large congregation was present to enjoy this service The meeting was led by Mrs Dr Ewers in her usual happy manner All present pronounce it a vey profitj able meeting and one tQ be re membered forgO The second service was at t Christian church at II oclock a sermon was preached by Prf Ewers from the text In every thing give thanks for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus concerning youn A third service Was held at the Presbyterian church last night conducted by the R vC F Oney pi Lexington who will also preach tonight and tomorronigbt cj The new Cptholic church at Pin yule vas dedicated Sunday The services were the first of the kind ever held in that prtor the State Catholics froni other States were present O4i LIVINGSTON 0Wm Penuingtoa ancj wife are visiting at London Lawrence Rose has been on the sick list for a few days Miss Kittie Poynter is home from Mt Vernon this weekiMrs Thos Ander of Altamont is visiting Mis VT F Tubbs W F Tubbs was at Mullms daY1SamCrab Orchard a few days this week NorajHaQuail 5teve Cason is still on the sick list Prof Ballard is reported some Better J B Hays App Taylor Geo Doss and wife were in Louisville this week Mrs Mary Walker of Perry ville is visiting her daughter Mrs R C WadeMrs Carson has returned home after visiting relatives at Altamont J T Blankenship wife and little daughters have returned from Knox county W C Mullins Dr S McKinney and J C Hocker were in Louis yule this week Nelson Griffin of Maretburg was the guest of Mr and Mrs Jno Mullins Sunday A protracted meeting is being Conducted at the Christian church by the Rev Dickson Mrs Chas Redd of crab Orch ard will spend the winter with Dr and Mrs Cooper R B Mullins stopped off here Tuesday while on his way from Berea to Middlesborp Miss Sallie Brownof Level Greet was the guest of Mrs Mag gie Sli1glet1i Saturday Mrs W T Merimee entertained a few of her friends with an elegant dinner yesterday Miss Linda Dillion who is at tending school at Stanford was home to spend Thanksgiving day Misses Marian and Belle Fish hack of Neave Kentucky are visiting their father E Fishback of this place Miss Pearl Rose of Louisville and Mr and Mrs Stark of Leba non have taken rooms at Wm Meadows for the winter Dr J H Pettus Mrs 2ettus and little daughter Ida Merimee of Crab Orchard are the guests of Mr and Mrs W T Merimee Editor Albright of Mt Vernon was in town Monday securing several new subscribers for the Signal and incidentally giving Trilby a lecture Geo Griffin has sold his sawmill located in Laurel co ntyto D Moberly who will run it until he fills the orders contrated by Mr Griffin who has taken his old place here with the carpenters Robeit Gray Jr Will and Ike Freeman of Covington were the guests of Mrs Sue Mullins at the Mullins Hotel Sunday and Mon day They took in all the sights while here The battle ground on Wild Cat and the noted Lettered Rock c There was a dance given atthe Mullins Hotel Monday evening Everybody had a good time The excellent music was furnished by Robert Gray Jr and the Freeman bros of Covington Tom Daugh ertyofBigHiUand Perry Jack son of this place assisted sSi BIRTHS 1 0 Barnett On Wednesday night d girl was born tolhe wife of Wai- Barnett 0- QWi ER A fine Boy was born to the wife of Micajah Sbwder Tuesday iiight v ofIpoutlioy t 3 ft CHAS C DAVIS SUCCESSOR TO THEO WBSLBY F R- Fresh Drugs f e i ALSO Patent Medicines ofall Kinfer Perfumery Stationery fToilet Articles CIGARS AND TOBACCO t Paints and Oils PRESCRIPTIONS lours clay or night c FRITH CDIE ItodayBut for your own inI terect be sure to come DONT BUY FROM US until youve looked around if you pre eventudontbuyWe I will save You Time and Money Can goods 8c2ft Rolled Oats Sc Big Bargains in SHOESiHATS u WILLput Uon top by Selling Uj at the bottom J BETTER GOODS AT LOWER PRICES THAN YQU CAN- GET ELSEWHERE mixture all BRODHEAD KENTUCKY lilt Wi fay U 2 Run ter Prices and l High CORRECTED EACH WEEK C H FRITH Arbuckles Coffee I24C Lion Coffee i2 c XXXX Coffee i2S Good Green Coffee roe to 12 c Flour N S per bbl 440 Flour Belle 400 Flour Plain Family 3C Granulated Sugar i6fts 100 Light Brown Sugar 17 Syrups per gallon 3oc 7 Cakesof D Boone Soap IOC Coal best per gallon iSc Calico bestGrades 5C ILL PAY HIGHEST price FOR COUNTRY PRO DUCE CANT Afford 1 PaintTHIS1 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 Sherman Williams paintsout last others They are the mOst econamical paints you can use because they cover most and wear longest Add to this their good appearance and you have perfect paintsTHE SHERMAN WIL LIAMS PANTS They are made many different kinds of painting What ever it is you want to paint a house or anything in or of the housewe make the right paint that particular purposenot one I slandash for all By Mt lbs 100 Oil man for out for SOLD BV I 4cuuu p I C H FRITH BRODHEAD KY ThePEOPLEH- AVE FOUNDS ITouR APAMI Mt 7ernoTZv t J TO BEI We carefully H The place for Fair Dealing and t keeping on hand what you want are Agents for Horse Shoe brand farming shingles coal hay md corn Anything you want come to our Big supply house and be convinced f of Grocery Supp1ies Are Complete 2 OUR SHOES Shelves are groaning undertie loads df gpods to suit the onera1 trade OUR OUR Compounded Them fILOW Qualities w TO The fertilisers implements Our Stock of all grades hats and caps clothing over tills shirts collars ties and a geiieral line of mens furnishings i Ladies Wear of alL Kinds 0i hrJ goods are firstdasf j 1i1mottoCOME look buy and he s ttl a thft y mean Vhat vesuj and H t continue to come Houk dan B CilI PRO O 253 R ii itr i ttr Miller House y W J RIDER PROPR Headquarters for Commercial Men Porter at all trains JiHotel JOSEPH COFFEY PROPR Stanford Ky- Speciallyeqtiipped T for traveling vintn Sample room on first floor Bath rooms free to guests KJLTUS 200 per day Hotel Frith F FRANCISCO Propr Located at the Depot BRODHEAD KY Good Livery Attaehed Meet all Trains Day and Night Traveling Men and Railroad men Solicited Will furnish Lunches for all trains powder Francico MONUMENTAL WORKS Brodhead Ky Granit and Marble Monuments and Tombstones ALL WORK FIRSTCLASS SATISFACTION GIVEN Big Four BUFFALO ROUTE TO THE NORTH1 AND EAST 1901 X BEST LINE X i =TO Indianapolis peoria and Chicago INFORMATION cheerfully fur nishedon application at City Ticket Office BIG FOUR No 213 FOURTH AVENUE or write to 8 J GATES V General Agent t LOUISVILLE KY 4M4V- A AS New Fast Trai- nCOLOIAD o UTAH ITHEPACIFIC COASTI- n effect Sunday May igth The new train will leave Sc Louis 906 a m daily the evening train to same points 1010 pm daily Through sleeping car service be tween St Louis San Francisco and Northwestern points Only line that does a twice daily Excursion tickets now on sale- For further information addres It T G Matthews T P A Louisville Xv- HCTOvNSEND GfiPasrand Tkt Agt St Lo- uisInsurance f of all kittds cIJ t 7 Atv CallatthoSigrial fike MtTCJOfl f f wrr1r SPREADS LIKE WILDFIRE q When things are the bet they become i he Lest selling H Abra ham Here a leading druggist of Bellfviilt Orites Electric Bitters arc the best selling bitters I have hutilcd I12O years You know vli Most diseases Begin in disorder of stomach liver kidneys boe1s t1nd cud nerves Electric kilters tunea up the stomach regu l4tes liver kidneys and bowels purifies the blood strengthens the nerves hence cures multitudes ot1 maladies It builds up the system Puts new life and vigor into any weak sickly rundown manor woman Price 50 cents Sold by all druggist to write for our confidential letter before ap plying for patent it may be worth money We promptly obtain US and For- eignPATENTS and TRADE MARKS or return ENTIRE attorney fee Send model sketch or photo and we send an I M MEDIATE givethecharges are moderate Try us SWIFT CO Patent Lawyers Opp US Patent OfficeWashingiGn DC COURT CALENDAR COUNTY COURT Fourth Monday in each month- QUARTERLY s COURT Fi i st Mon day in January April July and October CIRCUIT COURT Second Monday in February Fourth Monday in May and Third Monday in Sep tember MT VERNON POLICE COURT Third Monday in each month TT6TWTMt MT VERNON KY MEETS every Hit and 3rd Mon day iu each mouth 730 p m GEO S GRIFFIN COM ARCH FURNISET REC KEEPc RILEY HOUSES F B RILEY Prop LONDON KY HEADQUARTERS for Com mercial men Good Sample Room and convenient to Depot Rates 2 00 per day MLMYER Dentist f MT5VERNON KY FIRSTCLASS WORK i OFFICE At the Rice property PHONE No 38 P A Penninatonj D D S M D DENTSTt NW Cor Third andChestnutlsfs LOUISVILLE KY Will he at Miller House Mt I ernon during aHCircuit Courts R G Williamst AtornevatLiw1T OFFICE oil Church Stopposite CourtHouse C C Williams Attorney at Law MT VERNON ICY OFFICE On 2nd floor of The Bank of Mt Vernon on Churc- hstreetSpecial attention given to collections Furniture and llndertaMnffO A lull and complete stock All orders filled promptly Motto Best goods and lowest s J A r4qlliQS8cSO Sueceisors iBlunkicoship 1uUinsl LIVINGSTON KENTUCKY J MIWr flDTEL- Furnihed With every C vnifnceandiCotxxfprt + W FTdbbltPro L WN stQ1tJK SAKp roomfcr Comniercia1ieij t k WashingtonJrLeherI0 From Our Regular Correspondent Washington D cNOV25lg0I1 Mr Roosevelt with lovinga fight but he seems to have discovered through participating in the lively scrapping that has been going on beiween republican factions of a number of States over the Federal officers and that over tariffreversion and reciprocity that is raging among republicans in Congress that it is possible for a man to get an overdose of a thing he loves He got so worried that he made a sneak away from Wash ington and spent several days on keptIyacht although there is no war rant in law for the spending of public money for such a purpose but that is a small matter with republican officials who know all the tricks needed to direct money appropriated for some legitimate purpose to the payment of unauthorized things without actually violating the letter of any law Having got his secondwind Mr Roosevelt is again engaged in the factional frays which the late Mr McKinley had the tact to avoid being drawn into and unless he has what the gamb lors call an extraordinary run of luck he will be sorry later on Rear Admiral Schley has accept ed an invitation to attend a dinner given by the Hamilton Club of Chicago to be preceded by a public reception and a similar invitation from the citizens of Memphis Tenn but no date has been set for either owing to his need of rest He also wishes it understood that he will not be able to accept any of the other numerous invitations sent to him Oh no pull doesnt count with this administration in the promo tion of army officers It was not pull that jumped Capt William Crqsier over the heads of thirty of lsJfivejots and nine other captainsand made him Chief of Ordnances with generalCaptof merit but no one believes not withstanding the official announce A ment of the War Department that it would be a waste of tiue for army officers to seek promotion through pull that his merits are so much greater fhau any oiie of his seuior officers that Secretary Root Would have singled him out for this promotion had not pull been brought to bear in his behalf Thus folks another one of the ideal pretensions made by this adminis tration A leopard can change its repunlicailI easily made but they must be sup beforeIpeople who are not as easily hum bugged as some republicans appear to think they are and whose indifference will not last always some time there will bd a day of reckoning and the republican party will be hurled from power for good and all The United Textile Workers of America who have been holding a convention in Washington unani Inously adopted strong resolutions against the ship subsidy job which the republicans bosses seem de termined to force through this Congress The premble said of his billlilt is in the interest of large corporations which are its chief backers and offers no benefit to the producers the wageearner or the shipper and instead of bringing new concerns into the shipping business has a tendency to keep them out by giving a monopo ly to those already in And the resolutions added We condemn this ship subsidy bill af the worse form of class legislation in that it proposes to tax all the people for the benefit of syndicated interests whose overflowing coffers show that they are abundantly able to take care of themselves and we stand by the doctrine of epual rights to all and special privileges to none and oppose all forms of subsidies and gratuities to private interests The textile workers are to be con gratulated upon having taken such a firm stand upon sound democratic principles A short time ago the public wa informed that Mr Roosevelts first messag to Congress was to be one of the shortest and pithiest docu ments of its kind ever sent to Con gress Now from the same source comes the statement that the mes sage Is usually long something like 30000 words If that state ment be correct the message must contain more than the usual quan tity of padding and if tbre is any thing pithy it will have to be care fully hunted for Love J Fir1 Sight will describe your sensations when yOu receive thc garments made for you by STUUSS 15ROS Americas Leading Tailors Chicago Theya- remasters in the tailoring business Their preeminent potion hits bee1nt tiuned by salifyiug t ho i r customers They never fail to please becausetbey- gu ral1lee satisfaction and live up to it Their tailor ing creates an impressiongraceful elegant perfect fitting You will wonder how we can afford to charge the low prices we qnotq fprit Call on us and see our great assortment of trust worthy woolens Cox Bros Main Street ntt1n ll11IIJtItt 5 i i i RfASONSi f wY You should take a I C9t2se at tho I t Massey Btisiiiess College IJ f V LOUISVILLE KY i Kentuckyf it a Awrt cl1trcl t5a kedbyap iafcip slt of roo Qis given l 1 ooprE4pay tudent tiirMt fareto Louisville f pil it 5 We refund upon griauai ion Yry n tuition pa lo nrrtfpiipHis not thoroughlycatified i l Writ fr Eiant Catiioiae d Secia1 Digcoug ilrtlrtttoM + fo ++ fI Pi 5 A j f t h FTho Kind Ton Have Always Bou lit anti which lias bc si in uete for over SO ycpra has liorno the nijpiatnre of and baa lila slrco its AiloT73io to you tills All Count ricth Imitations and JtnnoocI arc iicre Exp rimcnts that trifle TitIi and enthngcrthn ioalth of Infants and OMLdrei 32xpcrioncos ngant Exyrh- onCASTOFHAWh trr5ii lI is CJastorip is a harmless cubstituto for Caster Oil Pare goric I ropa and Suotlihig Syrups It is Pleasant It contains ncltlicr Opium Illorpliino nor other Ilarcotia substance ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allay Feycrislmesa It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy aud natural sleep The Childrens Panacea The Mothers Friend cas N i cio Its CASTORIA Bears of I 1f1f Q 7II tft The Kind Yon Rave Always Bought Un Use For Over 30 Years Tlu T7 rURAY STRerr NJtJ any 10 ROUGH TP INTO TEXAS ARE YOU DEAF a a r a free EIL E H WILL M the NQhIe of Cars to news time all i to g to Texas on the ctton Belt you the of cars on Cotton Belt run to out Frce Chalr Cars both day and night Vrile and tell us where you are going and when you will leave and we wit tell ryau exact cost of a ticket ind send you a complete schedule for ths trip We lso send an little book JetTA Trip to Texas J FR Pl Ofck EW G P Ik s ALL CASES OF NOWby our new invention Only those born deaf are F A WERMAN OF BALTIMORE SAYS yc a and this kept on gettiug worse until I lot njy hearing in this car catarrh for three months without any success consulted nua bar of among others the most eminent car of city who told roe that only an could help tne and n that only temporarily that the head noises WOUl- dthen cease but tho hcariajr the affected car be I then snw vour advertisement in New York and ordered your treat meat After I had used it only re Vdys to your the noises ceuscd aud- todnv after hoc weeks my hearing in the diseased ear has been entirely restored I thank you and beg to remain Very truly ouri F A 730 S Baltimore Md Our tietaumtdqes not with your usual Examination dud advice T per in title CURE AT JTE AURAL CLINIC 598 LA AVE GHiGAQO ILLS r1T TELEPHONE RAN SM IT Vernon Wil liams Cr bin London Hazel Paten Livingston Pine Hill Brush Creek Longford Wilclic Brodhead Hanfbrcl Stanford Lancaster and all central points at tatos gC get flJ the ill the fton IsuiAcE Safe reliable and adustinloses bccnmrviloTiRclor nonnlsapcrviou infancy dccciro ALWAYS Signature l 1iphis ing Routes avoid discomforts and annoyances changing necessary other routes trains through Texas with change 11nithe you interesting CndautI dTkSLLS Lh H Aim U1UiU E DEAFNESS OR HARD HEARNC ARE CURABLEincoiable HEAD NOISES CEASE IMMEDIATELY 1901GentlemendiscretionAboutIUlldcrwcut1trcatmCl1tior physicians operation would accidentally according directions heartily WERMAN Broadway interfere occujtatioy You CAN YOURSELF HOME n r fjrM1 SALLE EjageSjfrom bUrgBar- bOlllville WabclvLevelGTeen Cral Orchard Kentucky iow TaketheS1pNAL overcountyandState promptin t ii Texas frontMemphis llt uonLewt sc FRANKLIN 10WATCHMAKER f Mir VKRNON i KY DO all kinds repairin gold ai4 silver soldering neatly done iigs cnlbfit Eyes tested and jlutm fitted Call at IJ1yshpat Chas CJ Davis drugstore and liave opr work neatly done at reaspnjlije prices ttilOid newsppe s for office25 cts r hundredi i tt j ti