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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i x J r L4 j a rt 4 f ftlt u ernl nC IVOLU 1E XV MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FLU DAY E BfRi3illoC INU1B R12j I TELL MY FRIENDS TO BE BRA VE A1lFEARLESS AND LOYAL TO THE GREAT COMMON PEOPLE = Lii t NEWS ITEMS 0 Smallpox has broken out in Lee county A good roads convention was held at Atlanta Wednfsdaj7 Oil was struck on a farm three miles north of HopUinsville President Roosevelt signed the first bill of his administration Chicago capitalists are organizing a milk trust at Columbus Ohio Nathan Draine dropped dead on the road in Washington county Five million barrels of Texas oil has been sold to St Louis parties The fiveyearold daughter of Prent ice Scott was burned to death in Trimble county- Snowstorms are playing havoc with traffic in Scotland and in many parts of England McKenzie Moss is in Washington to prosecute his contest for Con gressman John Rheas seat Three crooks robbed a bank at Archbald 0 of 2000 and escap ed after wounding a citizen William A Benedict of Kanka kee Ill blew out the gas in a hotel at Indianapolis and is dying Maj Van Tets Queen Wilhel niiuas aidedecamp wounded in a duelwith her husband is dead The Mahsuds attacked a British punitive expedition and killed ten of the British and wounded fifteen Luther Thornton charged with attempted assault was taken from Paris to Lexington for safe keeping Twentynine union coal miners charged with rioting at Vincennes Ind surrendered to the authorities ti It Six of the contestants irj he big bicycle race in New York were tied at the close of the first eight hours runTollgate raiders destroyed agate at a bridge over Kentucky river between Mercer and Jessamine countiesA of Catholic societies of America was formed at a con vention which met at Cincinnati Tuesday It is stated that Andrew Car negic is to give 10000000 to the cause of university extension in the United States- Postmaster Baker of Louisville has recommended an improved Sunday mail service for the post office stations Bud and Bert Knight union miners were arrested in Christian county on the charge of shooting nonunion miners The weeks bank statement is rather unfavorable showing an in crease in loans and a decrease in deposits and reserve Officers in Wolf county are searching for Broadhorn Bill Taulbee charged with killing his son Andy Taulbee Judge Barker sustained demur rers to indictments against railroads charged with running trains too rapidly through suburbs Rostand the French poet makes a Christmas appeal for the Boer women andchildren in the British concentration camps in South Africa Auditor Coulter signed a warrant for 606060 tile second 40 per cent of theschool per capita now due which was the largest warrant ever knownITerry Hall a smallpox guard in Washington county shot Henry Spaulding a negro Who was at tempting to force his way into a quarantine camp A description of the clothes to be wornhy the King England indi sates that the spectators will be forced to look on at flip brilliant sight through srnokediglass t1 t trJ CON WAY o Grover Johnson is able to be out again Bud Dunn was out from Madison buying cattle last week R M Johnson who is at work at I Richmond was at home Saturday and Sunday U S Berry and son were in Jes samine first of the week visiting relatives J M Coffey has bought Ed Lakes property in our town and has moved to it J S Arnold has moved agft in He has taken up his residence in Scaffold Cane neighborhood F L Thompson the 1It Ver non grocery drummer was with our merchants last Monday Born to the wife of Samie Johnson on the 6th a girl The mother and babe have been reported as getting along nicely We are glad to welcome our new friend and neighbor in to our county Mr D C Pullins We learn that he a stanch Democrat let us try and emigrate more like him The questipir has been asked your correspondent several times how did you get back from Rich mond I will answer now I walked on my head and what is it to you Colby Haggard colored was out from Clark county last week winding up the estate of his Bro Harri son Haggard who recently died Colby has about wound it up and as nearly all the windings go all for Colby G W Jones was in Wildie last t Sunday to have Dr Lewis exam1 in his eye Dr performed well and when he poured a large dose ofred looking e water in a glass and mixed it with a little warm water and sugar and ordered the old gen tleman to take inwardly right then the old man objected but by a lot of Drs moral persuasion it was devoured The old man came home like a two year old and said that Dr Lewis was the best Dr in the land for the stomache but he now know how he was on the didI but wouldreportlater e PINE HILL o LauiellcomMr Jas Dolan was home last Sunday from Neva Kentucky Mr H Honeycutt moved to East Bernstadt this week We are sorry to loose such a good steady man as Mr Honeycutt Miss Mattie McFerfou closed her school at Orlando last Friday and is now at home This adds a great deal to Pine Hill society Miss Amanda Berry and little Jessie Meadows son of Mr and Mrs Jas Meadows paid Livings ton a pleasant visit last week Everyone is looking forward to next Friday night when Miss Georgia McFerron our able teach er and her well trained pupils will entertain the public Miss McFer ron has succeeded in pleasing all the patrons and we hops she will be able to secure this school next year Society circles were stirred with the news ofa quiet wedding last Thursday evening at the home of the bride The contracting couple Mr Wm Reynolds youngest son of Mr and Mrs Gilmore Reynolds and Miss Glyda Baker the eldest daughter of Mrs Mullins The bridal party were sumptuously entertained at the home of the groom May their lives run sniootli ly and their love grow stronger as the years grow longer e t A dynamite explosion at Greens burg fatally injured a ne tq and i j i 5fiifig t r WILDIEo Oscar Hayes is on the sick list again J A Wood was up froth Orlando- Tuesday Ike Coffey and family have moved to Valley View Willie Jones has gone to Berea to enter College We had several drummers with us first of the week L C Smith was up from Liv ingston first of the week GT Johnson has taken pos session of the Fish property Mrs J C Bullen is very low not expected to live at this time Willis Johnson was up from Withers Sunday between trains We dont see why we could not have a Christmas treehere Xmas L T Stewart made a business trip to Lexington first of the week G T Johnsons mother came up from Withers Sunday to visit him Misses Dove Fish and Sarah Stewart spent vacation with home folksBig Logue Thompson was in town talking groceries to our mer chantsDr Cornelius was down fromI Berea Thursday on professional business Grover Fish and friends were down from Berea hunting first of the week John Haley of Montana was the guest of his uncle A T Fish first of the week Clay Aldridge and Jesse Proctor went to Winchester Tuesday on a hunting trip Mrs A W Stewart was in Berea first of the week visiting relatives and friends The hunters have slaughtered nearly all the poor little birds in this part of the country Unite Eli Coffey went to the central part of the State Monday to visit relatives and friends Miss Ellen and Dave Butner have returned from Illinois Dave is improved in health very much- I dont believe Leatherheads prescription would kill Buck Varnon Rastus wouldnt re to take a lit tel of itabout a pint j COVE Chas Riddle was in WUdie Tues day on business G A Proctor sold to Kennel Smith one calf for 8 50 Jacob Pike sold to Moses McNew a wagon for the sum of 34 SMiss Mattie McEerron closed her school at Maple Grove Friday W T Woodall will preachat the schoolhouse Sunday at Ira m Mr Crdtner is teaching a sing ing school at Chestnut Ridge this weekMrs G M Johnson is visiting her son George atC Wildie this week Mrs Minnie Chesnut was visit ing at J S Langfords the first of the week visitItngday and Sunday The fiveyearold child of Mr ancLMrs Martin Falin died Mon day night of throat trouble N TICEIAll parties indebted to the firm ofI MartinProtheroe Co will please come in and settle at once Asa firm we will be compelled to settle up our business by the first of the year And as I have shown kindness to you as my frindsi the past in kindness T ask you to re spondt6thi3 alLj j S9wderj i fL nd Stock and Crop c Sam Hysinger sold a nice bunch of steers at S3 65 per hundred j W M Hysinger sold a mule for 475 and John Hysinger a mule colt for 40 Montgomery Bros sold to Mr Will Knight a bunch of rooolb cattle at 3jC also their Igor crop ofwheat at 780 Woodford Sun While in Lincoln county last week Cyrus Cal mes and Dr Henry Nunnelly bought of various par ties 42 cattle weight iigotts at- 4ctsVinehester Democrat Mess s Frank and John Jameson delivered to Janas Weil Saturday 23 head of fat cattle averaging 1263 pounds at 5 cents per pound Cynthiana Times R B Wilkerson bought eight 2oolb hogs at 50 a fat i2iolb cow at 2CJ S Owsley Sr sold to Harvey Chenault of Madison 75 i2oolt cattle at 4ccs- Mr Chenault wilt feed them for the foreign marketLincoln Dem ocrat A press dispatch of Thursday saysScores of cattle are dying in Christian county from a pecu liar disease supposed to be smut colic Thomas H Elliott of Ken nedy lost fifteen head James Fer guson of Casky a dozen and many farmers have lost all their milch cows In nearly every in stance the stock had been eating fodder from corn stalks on which there was much smut and were poiseued L L Harned of Boston shipped a carload of cattle to Jersey City last week The cattle averaged 1140 Its and brought 5 95 per hundrd Frank Harned of Bel mont shipped two carloads of i2oolb cattle to same place which brought from 5 34 to 5I zCts per tt Arnold Co of Bards town recently purchased of Wayne Wells of Coxs Creeka number of nice cattle at 3 40 per hundred Bardstown Rocord SAYS HE WAS TORTURED- II suffered such pain from corns I could hardly walk writes H Robinson Hillsborough Illsrbu 011Jsptains heaierlofguaranteed by all Druggists Head acheeSick headache nervous headache tired headache neuralgic headache catarrhal headache headache from excitement in fact headaches of all kinds are quickly and surely curedwith DR MILES Pain PillsAlso all pains such as backache neuralgia sciatica rheumatic pains monthly pains etc Dr Miles Pain Pills are worth their weight in gold says Mr W D Krea rner of Arkansas City Kari They cured my wife of chronic headache when nothing else would UDr Miles Pain Pills drive awcy pain as if Ly magic I ant never with out a supply and think everyone should keep them handy One or two headachewillMRS JUDGE JOHNSON Chicago IiI Through their use thousands people have been enabled to ofItend social andreligious tions travelenjoy amusements etc with comfort Asaprevent atiye when taken on the approach fa recurring attack they are excellent I Sold by all JDrucgists rS Doses 25 cents jpr Miles Medical Co Elkhartjnd Rrf1 f ITH MM OF ML VERN- ONJtTVeRNONKYrL Ie OPENED 1900 7 CAPITAL STOCK 15 000 VICItPRESI FishFritzVe solicit accounts of firms and individuals Caretul attention is given collections entrusted to us lOur friends and patrons are invited to call when in town iFirst National Bdnk OF STANFORD KY Capital Stock 35100000 Surplus 1804078 DIRECTORS J W Hty len W P Walton J H Collier M DJ31rnoro 0 Hied T P Hill S II Baughmaii TIT A Tribble M J Millet and S T Hauls o We solicit the accounts of the citizens of Rockcastle and adjoining counties assuring them prompt and careful attention to all busi ness intrusted to us Personal application and correspondence with a view to business relations invited J S HOCKER Pres JNO J McROBERTS Cashier A A McKINNEY AsstCashier DANNIE OW ENS UNDERTAKER Caskets Coffins TelephonEtc Kept in Stock Orders by Mail Telegraph or Promptly filled 1 BRODHEAD KENTUCK tau r WilliS GRIFFINiPractical Utidertlser and FUNERAL DIRECTOR Mt Vernon Icyr Stock Complete 11furnishEmbalming done on short notice iComeand see me anything I have not got can get for you ourfirst train that leave the city ft OR DERS by wire Promptly Filled V f ASTHMA CURE FREE0 1 ASTHMALENE And Cure All CasesI 1SENT ABSOLUTELY FREE g Ct 1FORYEARS 1 BRINGS INSTANT RELIEF WC Permanent in ON 11stantwhen all else fails The REV C F WHIRLS of Villa Ridge Ill says Your trial bottle of Asthmalene received in good 9 condition I cannot tell you how thankful I feel for f the good derived from it I was a slav chained with putrid sore throat and asthma for ten years II despaired ofever being cured I saw your ads er tisement for the cure of this dreadful and tormenting oilersPokenyourselvesastonishment the tnahacted like a charm Send r I me a fullsizebottleR 1 IvE want totsend to every sufferer a trial treatment afAS1 II rAr 1 LENE similar to the one that cured Mr Wells Well fii jLit by mail PO TPAID ABSOLU1 ELY FREE OF CHARGEto i 4It any sufferer who will wi ite for it even nEapostaL Newer mind though you are despairing however bad your case ASTHMALENE will relieve and cure The worse your case the more glad ve are to tisend jr Do not delay Write at once addressing DR TAFT 3 BROS M ICr ECOf9 EaSt 130th St N Y y s SQ1d V all lru Mats J c a iJi I i ti itVernon Signal NFRIDAY DEC 13 IQOI Published every Friday by 1 EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IQOJ I 011iJapplication OUR friend Joe F Waters of th Lincoln Democrat strikestlie Mor i nions a heavy blow in last weeks J edition of his paper Had Joe been with the press boys on their West Fern trip where he ought to have been he would never have said th- place e for Mormons was in hades The worst abused and misrepre sented religious sect on earth are the Mormons We were in Utah and know that the Mormons do not tea b but on the other hand cori rfdfcmn the doctrine of a plurality of wires The State law forbids it- t the church condemns it and makes it a ground of expulsion for any Mormon preacher to marry an person having a living husband o wife without beicg legally divorce- f thtin RBPRFSENTATIVE BAIL of Texas l thinks the trust bills that were in troduced in the House of the last I Congress did not receive the atten tion they deserved One reason for this was that they were divided among several committees Mr Ball himself introduced three anti trust bills in the last House and each was referred to a differen committee He thinks there should be a special committee on Trusts and has introduced a resb lution providing for one It is good idea but the friendship of the republican bosses for the trust will probably line up enough of the majority against itto prevent it Jl adoption SENATOR J C S BIACKBURN F rt was married on last Wednesday in Washington City to Mrs Mary E Blackburn widow of Judge W G Blackburn of West Virginia who was a distant relative of the Sena ton All of the Senators children ther remarriage ot their father and r there has been iio social interourse between them and his bride ALTHOUGH Ben y Howard has been a member of the Legislature land a prominent man in eastern Kentucky that is no reason why h e should not be arrested on the charge of a conspiracy to kill Gov Goebel and given a trial to deter mine his guile or his innocence Prominence should excuse no man who violates the law ATTSVT S Pryor and John Ray have fileci lsuits for the r GJotnmonweallh of Ky against former Auditor John S Sweeney ex Treasurer Walter R Day and their bondsnien to recover 28 224 52 the amount illegally paid out for keeping the militia at Frankfort during W S Tajlors administration BERRY HOWARD writes a letter proclaiming his innocence of the crime for which heis charged and says he would have surrendered long ago had it not been he was afraid he would have to lay in jail aloug time It is to be hoped this is true but it looksIIr is said that Judge Boreing is t to have opposition in his coming race for reelection to Congress CoLD G Colson Hon W R Ramsey Judge T Z Morrow are spoken of as possible entrvs while Hon Ed Parker has already an not 1ced himself A FRANKFORT correspondent figures the Senatorial race as fol CatltrHI15 McYCreary u uncertain but probably against McOeary 12 wholly doubt fulr BJADLEYistiiea ji he ismakinguiis old Aeue tnhloop shy is a sight w rc QUAIL David Herrin 0 has locatednear here Miss Luna Herrin is not any bet ter at this writing Charlie Proctors health continues l about the same Rev Smith of Berea College weekiA few fat hogs have been sold at 6 J cents neat in the country John Craig bought of R F Ham 4eieThere was a social at J M Rer nolds Bee Lick last Monday nightM G Dowell is at home again having been off on the picture business The public school at this place taught by Miss Joan Craig close last Friday Rev J L Davis filled his appoint meat at Providence last Saturday and Sunday Messrs Perry Walker and oth ers of Nicholasville have been in this section on a hunting trip for a few days MaretrMullinsdof Ottenheim attended churce at Providence Sunday Rev D R Gentry of Level Green was visiting relatives i this section last Sunday and attend ed church at Providence C A WOMANS AWFUL PERIL There is only one chance t save your life and that is throng- an operation were the startling words Heard by Mrs 1 B Hunt of Lime Ridge Wis from her docto- after he had vainly tried to cure her of a frightful case of stomach Galastones had formed and she constant ly grew worse Then she began to use Electric Bitters which wholly Stonnsach Liver and Kidney remedy Cures Dyspepsia Loss of Appetste Try it Only 50 cts Guaranteed For sale by all Druggists SAW DEATH NEAR If often made my heart ache writes L C Overstrtet of Elgin Tenn to hear mv wife couge tin til it seemed her weak and sore lungs would collapse Good doc tors said she was so far gone with Consumption that no medicine or earthly help could save her but a friend recommended Dr Kings New Discovery and persistent use of this excellent medicine saved her life Its absolutely guaranteed for Coughs Colds Bromchitis Asthma and all Throat and Lung diseases 5oc andIoo at all Druggists Trial bottles free herittpLand ae On the Fourth Monday in Dec 1901 I or one of my deputies will sell at the front door of the Courthouse in Mt Vernon the following tracts of land for taxes for 19001901 JNLutes tax and cost 4 04 i town lot in Gum Sulphur list ed in the name of H E Miller tax and cost i 85 JELutes tax and cost 648 ofETin tax and cost 640 230 acres listed in the name of JRofJosephSmeers tax and cost 073 50 acres listed in the name of JohnBlazerI 100 acres listed in the name of Nuley Parker nearest resident Jas 52iW B Smith Johnson tax and cost 9 3d 12 acres listed in the name of Wai Young tax and cost 2 90 150 acres of laud listed in the name of Jas M Creech nearest residence Thos Head tax and cost jg 5281 5 acres of land listed in the name of J C Childress Ella Franklin nearest residentJ C C liar teel tax and cost2o6 of1NCotton tax arid cost 2 97 j f 25 acres listed in the name of T D Durham nearest resident G B Cotton tax and costJ4 75 acres listed in the name of JasGriffin25 acres listed in the name ot Jonathan Kelly nearest resident John Griffin tax and cost 297 50 acres listed in the name of Hardin Malicote nearest reiident- John Phillips tax and cost 343 150 acres listed in the name ot J T Mullins Sr nearest resident H K Mullins tax and cost 5 39 50 acres listed in the name o William Shell nearest resident Lark Abney tax and cost 2 97 4 acres listed in the name of Sanders Ball nearest resident G A Howell tax and cost 2 97 2 acres listedin the name of W H Burton nearest resident J C Stanley tax and cost 5 28 50 acres listed in the name of Thos Clark nearest resident Jas Durham tax and cost 2 odf Felix Carrier nearest resident Dan Clark tax and cost 3 90 40 acres listed in the name of J B Childress nearest resident G W Anderson tax and cost 3 2 100 acres listed in the name o Bob Delph nearest resident Tohu McHargue tax and cost 3 35 2 acres listed in the name of Nancy Fields nearest resident D Argenbright tax and cost i 74 i town lot in Livingston listed in the name of Jeff French tax andcost 4 82 i town lot in Livingston listed in the name of Fields Herrin tax In3 7 acres listed in the name of Dan iel Griffin nearest resident J N Griffin tax and cost 5 28 30 acres listed in the name of George Gorden nearest resident 9h7 GeorgeGorden orT 97b5Joseph Menton nearest resident I Dooley tax and cost 3 90 JMnolds tax and cost 3 20 20 acres listed in the name of J D Mobley nearest resident Liv ingston tax and cost 3 71 15 acres listed in the name of W H Morris nearest resident J W Robinson tax and cost 3 2 25 acres listed in the name o Johe May nearest resident Theo Pig tax and cost 274 I town lot in Livingston listed in the name of J C Mullius tax and cost 225 75 acres listed in the name of W C McDaniel nearest resident W H Carmical tax and cost 390 7 acreslisted in the name of W JhonOverbav2 town lots in Livingston listed in the name of Ashley Owens tax and cost 620- I town lot in Livingston listed in the name of Mrs Einly J Owens tax and cost 520- r acre listed in the name of Jas Pingleton nearest resident Win 29iIthe name ot Harriett Arms tax and cost 3 96 i town lot in Brodhead listed in the name of Martha Owens tax and cost 5 42 AIJi town lot in Gum Sulphur list ed in the name of Gilbert Sa3lor tax and cost 4 23 i town lot in Brodhead listed in the name ot J M Ballard tax and cost 3 05 50 acres listed in the name of tWDiWilmott90 acres listed in the name of Duvalls heirs nearest resident Jno Blanton tax and cost 4 97 WilliamB Purcell tax and cost 2 oi MrLucyD P Bethurum tax and cost 640 AlfredBryant tax and cost 776 40 acres listed in the name of Jas JosephHansel GW354Oneed in the name of Lee Kiuard taxI and cost 282 essieKirbyestax and cost 306- i town lot in Brodhead listed in the name of ViG Tharp tax and cost 64tniuesCunl111ins1Price tax aud cpfcf V t ir t u il II i town lot in Livingston listed in the name of John C Powell tax- and Cvst 4 28 i act e listed in the name of W G Reams nearest resident Widow Paterson tax and cost 287 3 acres listed in the name of W M Proctor nearest resident j b Griffin tax and cost 2 62 30 acres listed in the name hHarden Durham nearest residen 28lOnelisted in the name of J S Cil 23f38 acres listed in the name of Mat Cash nearest resident W T McNabb tax and cost 4 72 So acres listed in the name of David Garrett nearest resident Jas Baker tax and cost 4 45 75 acres listed in the name of Thos Gadd nearest resident Rou bin Abney lax and cost 4 02 45 acres listed in the name of John S Gadd nearest resident A Gadd tax and cost 3 00 160 acres listed in the name of Sinney MoClure nearest resident H G Edwards tax and cost 9 921 AfAdams 1900 tax and cost 6 61 of3rO J Abney nearest resident Jack Abney 1900 tax and cost 5 20 70 acres listed in the name of JimGriffin100 acres listed in the name of JSr acre listed in the name of F M Smithnearest resident James Mc Guire 1900 2 years tax and 06I40 acres ti name J SquireSingleton 30 acres listed in the name o Df3 40 acres listed in the name of A RItax and cost 4 52 3 acres listed in the name of E J Adams nearest resident J M Lear tax and cost 2 67 60 acres listed in the name of Sarah Coffey nearest resident Thos Branam tax and cost 7 38 n acres listed in the name of W P Coffev nearest resident Thos Towusend tax and cost 2 82 affMartin tax and cost 2 co 40 acres listed In the name of Annie Johnson nearest resiaerrt1 Thos Hurst tax and Lost 2 48 60 acres listed ihe name of Er L Koehler neaiest resident R A Wihnot tax and cost 5 67 i town lot in Conway listed in the name of Ed Lakes tax and cost 4 00 130 acres listed in the name of Jo Stone Walker nearest resident P Q Asher tax and cost 6 40 4 acres listed in the name of Thos Rigsby nearest resident W G Ccpps taxxarid cost 197 One town lot in Livingston listed in the name of James Argenbright tax and cost 452 HENRY CATRON S R C The Georgia good roads conven tion began at Atlanta Tuesday The Government receipts Wednesday were 1770246 and the expenditures were 534000 LOUISVILLE HENDERSON ST LOUIS RY DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS BETWEEN lOllisviie 21d Sf louis Parlor Cars on Trains P lman BufetjSisepera on Nght Train For rates andfurtheritvfonnrition address L J1 RWINhp A v LOUISVHrLE KY A 0 1221 is ty it iY r y from Lsu i Beckhiti u Co ij iI e ttlliLrt 1 J lIS 11t n m Jellipreserves and pickles spread a thin cf f IfiWill kopp them absolutely moisture and rcil proof Pa re Iteilned Paraffine is also useful in a dozen other ways about the t house Full directions in each package Sold evclJwhereLi ARE YOU if lJb l advice I Coughed thada most stubborn cough 0 for many years It deprived me cf sleep and I grew very thin N then tried Ayers Cherry Pectoral H and was quickly cured R N Mann Fall Mills Tenn f =Sixty years of cures and such testimony as theI I above have taught us vhat l PeetoralIvill dom We know its the great i est cough remedy ever made And you will say antetr you try it b Theres cure in every drop fj Three sizes 25c tl All druggists 3 Consult doctor If he take it otuoDottota Leave are c AYEli CO Lowell Mass LJ T r fie Y 1Jt 9 ALL CASES O ft rpJ ti tt Br KcP O F5L ti lri lI ill u4 HM at 11 l ff r f r if1i ii a l iW r Jlor i i 11 i ri- by c r Tier iventioi OJ tLosri bom taf are ll ill abC na tf1 ifc isn jenC lu Btt A Elfl titn vr3 tiibiJNi tl Ulhj Q r P E ft U C wlt riSiar SAYS tJ1tcJ Md1ltrch o toGentlemen Kcijipr cistircly cisrcil t dcV tI is io your trcamitnt vill novr give yoy a full history ci iiycae to lwj vdit yov li iv years rgu iiy right Car jiU to ij lid ilils Jic ton jjctliiitt vfcrse mail I lost my ii tlir ear entirely I underwent a trortinent for cattrr for thr c vionths vitaoitn l2t MICCS cointltcdn num ber of phy inns sino5 rj ct ers the ot eminent tarspccutlist of this city who toldie that only an operation cuuld help ne ittid esfp tlut only temporarily that the head iioiccf voil then ease out the iicavin 1t the fffcctcd ear would be loreycr I then saw your advertisement accideivalH ha tics York sad ordered your treAt hemiiiy and beg to tally vovrs F A VSRilAX 730 S Broadway llaitiinore Md Our tleaincut does not il tn1tlr with llfiifi uniExamination free and YOU CA i CURE YOURSElf AT HOME ANY Ha fiD n l1L nxsifremahicry OCCuption at nominal cost INTERNA tAL AURAL CILIWISJ 596 LA 3ALL5 AVE CHICAGO ist r e vm M LOVe t dJlsil llgJl1tf1 vriii describe sensations youri you receive garments mania for you by BROS STRAUSSI e wBea lihg t Chicago They are masters in the f tailoring business Their preeminent j position has been it twined hy satisfying the i r customers They never fail to S please because they guarantee satis faction and live up to it Their tailor E ing creates an impressiongraceful elegant perfect fitting You will wonder how we can afford to charge the low prices we quote for it Call on us and see our great assortment of trust worthy woolens Cox ilkeeo GO TO JONAS MCKENZEIMT VERNON KY for Everything in Dry GoodSj Clothing Boots and Shoes anct General Merchandise BEST GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES cao A TTHE AMEROAN INVESTMENT COMPANY IncorporatedCAPITAL 25000 00 RESERVE SURPLUS 12500000 AMOUNT PAID COUPON HOLDERS 200000 00 Address all correspondence to HOME OFFICE LEXINGTON KY GOOD TERMS TO FIRST CLASS AGENTS FIRE INsuRANCE HAVE your Houses insured in the OLD RE LIABLE New York Underwriters Agency E S ALB HIGH NT Mt Vernon lyh Galhat Signal Office i I i s LI r i HHH Ir i- iS2Mt Vernon Signal ln tERvW KYf DEc I3 901 7 J 00Li touisvLLC 4 NASHVILLE R R Co TIME TABLE 24 north 1105 a m 26 north 1120 in 23 south 200 p ixv 25 South 148 a m TAB LANDRUM Agent Entered at till Mt Vcrnfcj Ky Postoffice as sec oaa class mall matte- rraasoutc Ashland Lodge No 540 meets 2nd Satur t1ay10 A m flfiTAlT VJ2RNOX Jl A CHAPTER No 140 MEETS every FOURTH MONDAY at 2 p in CHURCHES ChristianHolds services 1st 3rl Sunday at 11am and at 630 p in 2ndian SecondISaturday night and Sunday Sunday School at 9 a m every Sunday Prayer meeting on Tuesday nights PERSONALS t 0 Torn Gentry has fever Villis Hysinger is reported very sick Little Margarette Fish is much better Herbert Cox is very much im proved Mr J Fish was over from Wil die Wednesday Harry Dillion was up from Livingston yesterday Atty John W Brown was in Stanford Tuesday Mrs Mahaly Carson returned to Livingston Tuesday Earnest Ewers fell Wednesday and dislocated his arm Mrs Henry Catron is visiting her parents near Wildie Mr and Mrs E B Miller went to Lancaster Wednesday I1r 11 Peunington pent a fewI days this week in Richmond JE Houk wasin Louisville Monday buying Christmas goods LexIingtonR L Porter was in Louisville Monday buying Christmas goods for Chenault and Co at Orlando Mrs Southards returned Satur day from a visit to her daughter Mrs E D Hansel at Lawrence burg Saturday Miss Ellen Butner was here yes terday and reports her brother Dave improving nicely Says he stood the trip home first rate W M Fields one of the best business men that ever struck Rockcastle was here yesterday en route to his home in Lincoln Miss Daisy Richards a beautiful young lady of Peoria Ill arrived Tuesday to visit the family of her brother Mr W L Richards Mr Samuel F Brown closed his school today and will go to Nashville the first of the year to attend the law department of Vanderbilt University Ed Hamilton of Louisville and a bother of Mrs R M Baker who has been here for the past two weeks recuperating from a severe attack of fever return to his home Saturday Mrs VS Cummins and four daughters of Livingston stopped off here yesterday to visit Dr4and Mrs E J Brown They leave iia few days for Springfield Mo gelinDemocrat Mrs W R Dill iolt of LhiltI ston spent several days daughter Miss Linda Dillion Bud Dunn of Madison a brother of our Mr A C Dunn was here yes terday and bought some 5oodd cattleMrs J11 Vanhook who was so badly hurt by being thrown from a bridge near her father Mr 01 Crows is still in a precarious condition Mr W J Sparks wife and two pretty daughters of nit Vernon were QM Saturday nights train returning from Louis buyXmasr fi i Louis Jones of Middlesborough is spending this week with relatives here W 1L Hysinger was kicked by a horse last Sunday and very badly hurt Frank welsh returned Wednes day from a trip through Jackson county W T Brooks of Hazel Patch was in town Monday on legal Ikis messR BMuliins is making a trip through Central Kentucky this week s Mr H J Mull ins one of Rock castle best citizens was here Sat urdayJohn W Marler went to Jellico Wednesday to look after his inter ests there Editor E C Walton passed through Wednesday afternoon en route to Corbin Mrs Addie House of Fountain Head Teiin is with her daughter Mrs Emma Fish James Maret was in Lancaster Wednesday in the interest of the telephone business Miss Jalta Colyer closes her school today and will probably leave tomorrow for Aiton Mr and Mrs J H Fish arrived from Oliver Penn Sunday morning but too late to see his father alive Buck Ball of Orlando fell from the top of a house at 9 oclock this morning and was very seriously injured e LOCALS 0 The public school will close next Wednesday Call on S W Davis when you want a bargain S W Davis can furnish your home with furniture All kind of Xmas candies can be found at S VV Davis The C LS C will meet with Prof Ewers next Tuesday night Remember the L N will give cheap rates during the Holidays The Rev Barnes preached at the Purcell school house last Sunday When you have a saddle that need a pad bring it to S W Davis S C Franklin has a nice line of rings and hearts Call and see them A high arm rocker for only r75- at S W Davis call and see bar gainSupt W A B Davis he is forItyDEAD The people of our little town were made to bow their heads in grief about one oclock Friday when the news was hurled from one part to another Hiram Fish is is dead Only a few days before he could be seen walking the streets apparently in good health and in the best of humor but all of a sudden that horrible disease pneumonia siezed him and eight days later he was called to pay his re ward He was the oldest son of the late J M and Margaret Fish and was the thirdchild of a family of six children three of whom survive him Mrs SL Whitehead G C and Judge J B Fish and Mesdames Spradlin and J K Mc Clary who preceded him to the grave several years Mr Fish was married to Miss Emma House of Fountain Head Tenu Dec 1880 fourIMargariteIt1tl the age of two months The re FountainIburying ground which is near the old home of Mr and Mrs Fish The remains were accompanied jby JMr and Mrs J B Fish Mrs Ed Brady Jpaud Minor Fishand G C Fish and little son and nevernprofessed a ny rejigitm yet his every da walk thjough life showed hint tnhea goqcl mui Tile bi Vrea ved fa nrih J ejttS till pa ihf i fa1 r I UIDO vIrv lIextlMndayfor settlement with the sheriftjCall and see 1113 nice line of Ladies and Gents watches from 125 up S W Davis A nice rocking chair would be aI nice Xmas present for yoiu wife they are cheap at S W Davis INJUREDRev Oliver Vallen was thrown from his horse near inIjuredLARGE WOMAN Alice Ray colored of Lancaster who weighed 475 pounds died last Thursday night of heart failure MEETING A protracted meet fug will begin at Gum Sulpher Dec 21 conducted by Revs Geo Jackson and Andrew Johnson A J Thompson sold S Morgan 22 shoats at 4c Bogue Brown sold him a bunch of heifers at 3c and J IVI Cress 35 hogs at 4 65 ACQUITTED Charley Martin was tried Tuesday before Commis sioner J R Cook of Somerset for selling liquor unlawfully and was acquittedENTERTAINMENTThere will be an entertainment at the College a week from tonight whichwill be the closing exercises for the HolidaysORCHESTIAThe Orchestra which is now under the instruction of Miss Mary D Cox is progress ing nicely and making rapid im provemeutsBETTERWe are glad to report young Millard Bethurum much im proved sufficiently so to be removed to the home of his brother B J Bethurum FOR SALE1 have for sale one Jirst class Calagraph typewriter a number one Mandolin and a lot of good Christmas turkeys Bargains W F McClary CLOSED The protracted meet ing at the Baptist church con ducted by the Rev McGarity of London closed Wednesday night with five additions to the churc- hADVERTIskIf you desire to sell your Xmas goods you should advertise them Let the people know what you have through these columns as the SIGNAL is read in nearly every home- CHRISTDIAs GOODS Remember Houk and Adams is the place to come to get your nice Christmas presents We will have any and everything suitable for a nice pres ent BOUGHT Mr Charley Spillman who married the beautiful Miss Lucile Joplin of this place has bought 535 acres of land near Pleasant Hill Mercer county for which he paid i5 ooo TONIGHT Miss Georgia Mc Ferron will close her school at Pine Hill tonight with an exhibition Miss Peorgia is a good teacher and has given splendid satisfaction this being the second year she has taught her home school GOING AT COST This is the place to get your hats and ribbons for Christmas Hats at cost and ribbons at reduced prizes They must go in order to get ready for my Spring Opening Mrs Ella Baker DISMISSED The case against Samuel Ward charging him with embezzling postal funds was tried at London last week arid dismissed His son William who was also in dieted plead guilty and the sentence was suspended FOUND DEAD Melvin Frazier aged forty years was found dead on the Toad side about ten miles 111orn1iugheavily for several days Uand he isI supposed to have been chilled to death PLEAD GUILTY Judgeelect S D Lewis and Dr John M Wil liams plead guilty td a of breath of the peace committed on election day anti were fined 5 and cost each ET Fish and D P LSetiiurnm werejmefV r mild the cvst each ift aaifs nlfoi the ftH a J BOARDING Miss Ella Joplin expertIing will open a firstclass boarding house the ist of January Pupils entering College or others seeking regular hoard will do well to con sult this most excellent lady CARD OP THANKS We wish to thank the people of Mt Vernon and vicinity for the many favors shown us during the recent illness and dent of husband and father Mrs Emma Fish- Margarette Fish Minor F Fish J II Fish S C Franklin our jeweler has purchased a Cukoo Clock made in Swarzwald Black Forest Germany Instead of th4old time strike for time a cukcofcomes out and calls the ti th n a music box plays an airTiis will be quite a curiosity tome in this county All should cml and see it at Chas C Davis drugstore Mt Vernon Ky esLIVINGSTON 0 J R Cooper was at Brodhead Sunday Mrs Edgar Pipes is visiting rela tives at AlicetonI James Hrgenbright was with his home folks Sunday A little child of Will Sams is very sickwith scarlet fever Mrs J S Cooper is visiting in Crab Orchard this week J A Oliver was in Mt Vernon this w ekona business trip Mrs John Howell visited Mrs E J Brown at Stanford this weekJim Hocker went to Pittsburg Sunday and Sam Magee to Hazel PatchJohn Magee of Ward and Magee is in Louisville buying Christmas goodsMiss Bell Berry of Pine Hill was here Sunday visiting Miss Effie MeadowsMrs ry Burton is visiting her husband who is located at Pinaville t E S Albright and C CVil Hams of Mt Vernon were in town last week John Brown of Mt Vernon was over Wednesday on his way up Crooked Creek James Southard was here Sun day from Pittsburg to see a popular widow of course R L Porter of Orlando was with Ir Guilders Sunday while on his way to Louisville R A Sparks of Madison county spent a few days this week with his family at A N Bentleys Annp French after visiting his father Jonas French returned to Level Green Wednesday Mrs Mahala Carson returned home Tuesday after a visit with relatives at Mt Vernon Mrs W R Dillion of Livingston spent several days with her daughter Mrs Linda DillionInterior Jaqrnal Prof J N Principal 1ofhere this week in the interest of his collegerLarkin Chumley little Fred Mer rimee Miss Lena Griffin and Nan nie iadduxhav been on the sick list this week W L Martin of Louisville and Mrs Maggie Martin of Middles borough are the guests of Mrs Martins mother Mrs Patterson Mrs Minnie Chestnut and Miss Rosa Childers of Orlando and PipeIMrs Will Childers this week Mrs Thos Andes of Altamont who has been the guest of Mrs Dema Tubbs returned home Tuesday accompanied by Little Miss Millie Tubbs z IAIThe Kind You Ham Always Bough Bears the- Sifrnatura ofarfr A7Zzlz HOUK ADAMS MT VERNON KY iI S HEADQUARTERS FOR ST NICHOLAS HOUK LIVINGSTON Ky I J IoJIIvisittots A small outlay will insure the litte boys and girls grown up boys and girls A MER R Y CHRISIV1 amlIlAND HAPPY NEW YEAR SANTA CLAUS pleased to show you through his yrkoodsIITOYS OF EVERY DESCRIPTIONII DOLLSPretty traces and beautiful forms and dittf colored dolls for the girls I USEFUL pawl pleasing Toys that every boy should have for Christmas They are the pick of Santas pack und all must go by the end of the HolidaySI OC r Houk Adams is the place to get all the fin stick and nixed candles lire works etc l Then Houlv Adams riot only have Holiday orr aGoods in stock at both their sto rI5but and gen eral merchandise selected for the Holiday trade Co111 e and get the pick of our big stock Phone No 25 Ring 3 j QHAL Cal DAvnsSUCCESSOR TO THEO WESLEY 1 r- c The Place to Obtain Fresh Drugs ALSO Patent Medicines of all Kinds a Perfumery Stationery Toilet Articles CIGARS AND TOBACCO Paints and Oils PRESCRIPTIONS carefully Compounded at all or ICa HaFRITH DOT1E = ==today COME tomor timeiButterest be sure to come l DONT BUY FROM US until preillferdont fail to see US before you buy We will save You Time and Money1 Can goods Sc2 ft Rolled Oats cc Big Batgalos 1n CLOTHING SHOES HATS DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS w LLytU oohi top by Selling U at the bottom BETTER GOODS AT LOWER PRICES THAN YOU CAN GET ELSEWHERE ADAMSlj will bP groceries BRODHEAD KENTUCKY ItAJi1iayU2iL1 IvOv Prices arid High Qualities EACH WEEK BY C H FRITH Arbuckles Coffee i2J4c ILion Coffee i2 c 126CIGOOd Flour Mt Belle 400 Flour Plain Family 300 Sugar 16 lbs 106 Light Brown Sugar I7I tt sioo Syrups per gallon 3Oc 7 Cakes of D Boone Soap idc Coal Oil best per gallon iScrCalico best Grades I W II 1FORcAr 9T Afford TO PaintTHE man who says that forgets that painting properly done is economy and the fact is lie cant afford NOT to paint HOW often you require to paint is largely dependent upon the paint you use The Sherman Williams saintsout last others They are the most economical paints you can use because they cover most and wear longest Add to this their good appearance and you have perfect paints THE SHERMAN WIL LIAMS PAINTS They are made formany different kinds of painting Whatever it is you want to paint a house or anything in or out of the- bousewe make the right paint for that particular ournose not one II slapdash mixture for all CORRECTED Granulated 5c SOLD BY i II p FLFRlfH BROOTEAIK KYIc 7 T r i J L I r tl 2G fr L t47 f MiI1er House V j 11 W J RIDER PROP R j H adquarters for f Commercial Menl Porter at all trains Ifjfhe VerandaHotel JOSEPH COFFEY PROPR Stanford Ky Specially equipped for traveling men Sftrtiple room on first floor j Bath rooms free to guests RATES 200 per day f Hotel Frith F FRANCISCO Propr Located at the Depot jBRODHEAD SY Good Livery Attachedt f Meet all Trains Day and Night traveling Men and Railroad j men Solicited Will furnish Lunches for all trains owder praneipeo MONUMENTAL WORKS vBrodbead Ky Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones ALL WORK FIRSTCLASS SATISFACTION GIVEN Big Four BUFFALO ROUTE TO THE NORTH AND EAST JOJ P JO f7 M rr I 1901 7 Xw B Sl L INEvJt r TO Indianapolis Peoria and Chicago INFORMATION cheerfully fur nishedon application at City Ticket VOffice BIG FOUR No 213 FOURTH AVENUE or write to SJ GATES General AgentL- OUISVILLE KY U I I I New Fast TO Train 3 COLORADO tr UTAHAND J PACIFICCOASTI- ji= effect Sunday May igth The new train will leave St Louis 9tOo a m daily the evening train It same points lofco p m daily NorthwesternbeItoeelpoints Only line that does a twice daily L Excursion tickets nowoll sale For further information address R TGMatthews T P tL t Louisville Ky JHfp TQWNSEND Geul Passr inTkt AgL St Louis C4Lnsuance of aH Jrc kinds tJaifaii the SinaI office Slf Vernon fj Li j7 Wr 4 r Look Here TfiK F SH Restaurant is the place to go when cou want fresh- OVSTERS FRUITS and NUTS CANIDIESFANCY Candies FRESH bread ami fancy eaC8C A full line of can good Staple and Fancy Groceri COME when you want hot Vegetable Soup and roast beef Warn much at all hours In base men told brick hotel 11 FISH to write for our confidential letter before ap moneyWePATENTS ENT IMMEDIATEFREEthe best legal service and advice and our charges are moderate Try us SWifT COC Patent LQWjJiPp Opp US Patent Oft5ceYashington DC COURT CALENDAR COUNTY COURT Fourth Mon day in each month- QUARTERLY COURT Fii st Mon day in January April J ly1t1d October CIRCUIT COURT Second Mot day in February Fourth Monday in May and Third Monday in September MT VERNON POLICE COURT Third Monday in each month KOT M Thit Veroji Tent No1 21 MT VERNON KY MEETS every ist and 3rd Monday in each month 730 p m GEO S GRIFFIN COM ARCH FURNISH REC KEEP RILEY HOUSE F B RILEY Prop LONDON KY HEADQUARTERS for Corn oomlandconveulent Rates 2 00 per day M L MYERSDentist MT VERNON KY FIRSTCLASS VORKj OFFICEAt the Rice property PHONE No 38 P A Pennln ton D D S M D DENTST N W Cor Third and Chestnut Sts LOUISVILLE KY Will be at Miller Houst Mt ernon during all Circuit Courts R G Williams AttorneyitLawMT OFFICE nn Church StOnIposite Court House C C Wil Lianas Attorn ey at Law wr VERNON ay OFFICE = On 2 cd floor of Tile Bank ofMt Vernon on Church streetSpecial attention given to collections Furniture and- Undertaking A full and complete stock All orders fiIedpromptly Motto Best goods and lowest prices J A Mullins SonSuccessors toBlunkenship Mullius LIVINGSTON KENTUCKY MtJtLINs HOTEL Furnished with every Gotiveri ience and Comfort W FTubbs Prop LIVINGSTON KY- AMPiErpoms r COm met i 1men l = = v Washington letferIw Front Our 1egu tar Corestyoml n tWVashington D C Dec 9 I9oreCan the rascal element in the assistIallSouth ot 14 seals it now has in the importaltutto the democratic party of the entire country as it means a reduc tion ot democratic electoral votes as weUas of democratic Congressman The attempt is already well under way as more than the r mnr ed number of republicans in the House have signed a request for a caucus to consider how this reduc tion may be accomplished When the same parties who are directing this movement started the same tIling in tht last Congress they KinleySot t poiivelyradicals are claiming that he is in sympathy with them It is in Mr Roosevelts power to kill this move mcnt as easily as Mr McKinley powerIcan trusted to put an end to the transaction of business ill that body during the life of this Congress rather than allow such legislation to go through The most significant portion o f the annual report of Gen Chaffee P1ilippineton lies in the following works I recommend that no further ma terial reduction of troops be made before January i 1903 They speak for themselves and it is need less to point out that they indicate the necessity of keeping an army as large as we now have in the Philippines there indefinitely Naturally enough the question of whether the prjce we are paying for those islands is not out of all proportion to their value to us will be askedmore than once during this session of Congress and to answer it in a way that will square with common sense and every day busi yetbeenExRepresentative Belford ofI Cobwho has been making fight on the republican machine of that State said on the subject after his last interview with Mr Roosevelt For the past four years the Re publican party of Colorado bay c been cursed with the absolute and tyrannical rule of the Federal office holders and many of them are per sons whose past careers are a stench eopleInDenver ISO Federal officeholders and members of their families were ydictatedthrough The State chairman is a Federal officeholder So is the county chairman and they largely compose the Republican State and county committees We are seek ing to terminate tbat condition of offairs and we are certain of success It has taken much effort to circumvent the wires of this crowd for tbey have nothing else to do than to attend to politics but we have been diligent ourselves ani the recent order of the Attorney olficialsoff of political affairs and our in convinceRepresentative Fleming of Ga gave Representative Moody of Mass who obtained some unenvi able notoriety last week by offering a resolution in the Hous for the investigation of the right of the Louisiana Representatives to hold their seats owing to the disfranch isment of certain voters of the State a reminder that those who live in pracltiseofa resolution for an investigation of the right of the Massachusetts Representatives to retain their seats owing to the disfranchisement of certain voters bt the educational qualification imposed bv its State constitution Ex Congress111an Tarsney of Mich speaking of the alleged lack of harmony among the democrats republican Y011IbornIhamperedbycratic conventions which to the Republicans appear uproarious are in reality simply thje result of differ ences of opinion among the various members each one of whom is striving to advance the general in waySOsense the Democratic party is a Stanch bulwark of independence in the United States and does the coii n try a vast amount of good by Ior a indeIpeldenhile Senators Bacon and Money mocratic members of the Senate ominittee ou Foreign Relations were unwilling to appear as obI structionists they pointed out that the new Isthmian Canal treaty with England which has been favorabl reported to the Senate contained clause that would be ryinhas a stroig navy The clause in t deprivehiscountry the use ofthe canal to the ships a country that we might be at wart with illvateone the St Louis Commissioners called ExpositionI R osevelt in company with fourIof his fellow commission irs a o objectfiheir dropfugplied The object of our call VeIany anxiety he might have had that there were any vacancies in this commission The President has the reputation of acting quick ly when making appointments and we thought it better to set him right about the members ofour comntsion desiring to stay on until the work of the fait is completed Thete are some radical differ ences of opinion between the ad miuistration and members of Congress as to the Philippine tariff legislation that the recent decision SupremeCourtsary and daily conferences are be ing held to try to agree upon what is to be done Senator Lodge in troduced bill but the members of the House Ways HUrl Means Com niittee wont touch that because they say that even if it was in ac cordance with their ideas the House and not the Senate is the proper place for tariff legislation to originateFollowing is the emphatic con clusion of the report of the mixed army and navy board which tested the Gathtnaftngun in accordanae throughCongressThere is nothing in the Gathmann adoptioninStates or to warrant further exper iments ar FOOD CHANGED To POISON Putrefying food in the intestines produces effects like those of arsnic exApel the persons from clogged bowels gently easily but surely curing Constipation Biliousness Sick Headache Fevers all Liver Kid ney and Bowel troubles Only 25C- at all Druggists lOCI A DOG Kick a dog and he bites you He bites you and you kick hiin1 The more you kick the more he bites and the more he bites the more you kick Each f makes the other worse A thin body makes thin blood Thin blood makes a thin body Each makes the other worse If there is going to be a change the Kelp must COniC from outside Scotts Emulsion is the right help It breaks up such a combination First it sets the stomach right Then it en riches the blood That strengthens the body and it begins to grow new flesh A strong body makes rich blood and rich bleed makes a strong body Each makes the wayScott1sbody on its feet Now it can get along by itself No need of medicine jThis picture repr t tf the Trade Mark of Emulsion andit on 1tSJ wrapper of every bott1ec Send for free rcirplcr SCOTT JyNF dt jO9 Pearl F New York Soc 1ca1drugh i t J i N u7 7 = E1iA1I lp ft ijjrfr Iixst S i The Kinl You Lave 11l Z 4ft nril 1vit ItIS been jul us for over 30 rc 3 orno the nfttnre of A g l boon untlcr his chiee iii lLlV no nc C1CCiP Otl in All Counterfeits Imitations and J ntns oocl but Experiments thai trifle with and entlaiigci the Iicaltli of Infants CliOdrci r perienee against Exyoriraeate illiume3 substitute for C u cdoAil Pare goric Drops dopl f yrups Tfc ij Pleasant Ifc contains neither Opn Moryhhic nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is i j jrtuiraiitcc li destroys Worms and nllayrs Fcvcrishiics li cures Diarrhoea ami Wind Colic It relieves Teeilihig Troubles cures Constipation and CM jiiatcs the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving1 healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Panace i The Mothers Friend CENUGNi the of i P sgc3i 1 1t j Z L1tyW LeL1 ff t E c F t1 r ra Q Illh L u c 4J TA T- OEXAS eftwfhj EM Stan the State in losses I r to 13erI Whit CASTORACas- torii It CASTORBears Signature BoughtI cgi- emphi to on iyou avoid and of cars on other routes Belt trains run to with Sleepers at riight Parlor Cafe Cars the day and FrebChafr Cars day and night nod us where you are going nd you wiUIsave and we wilt tell ycu the cost oft a tfcketanl send you a complete schedule for the Wo willalso send you an little book Trip to Pt Gfldautl V 6 P T lSlIDlIs utMt+ 51RA- SONS i 4CoursefMassey L Business College I I LOUISVILLE KY 1 L It is the lending Commercial School in Kentucky f 2 Its courses of study are thorough and systematic lJ5 A written contract backed a special deposit of is fto place our graduates in positions paying not less than 45i0 per month immediately upon f Q Vfc pay students railroad fare to Louisville t Ve refund upon every cent of tuition paid to us if the fia pupil is not thoroughly r 0 Write for 2Lloj aTit Catalojftae arid Spccinl Discount DJfe r i j1e ji j j fi jj i j11 rtvr = T ELL THE- TELEPHONE WILL RANSMIT Mess ages Mt Vernon to Wil liams burg Bar bourville bin London IILivingston Fine Hill Brush Creek Langford Vildie Brodhead WabdLeveICreen Hanford Crab Orchard ford Lancaster and all central Kentucky points at low rates theSIGNAL and get all tlienews all time from all over county and INSURANCE Safe reliable andprpmpt adjusting E S ALBRIGHT J ia1e rk fiji e f ifj inafio 3l1I fccxvervliou i3 ore and Flatulency ALWAYS II ving ing Texas the- RcntegjSSQn Belt the discomforts annoyances changing necessary Cotton through frdMrnphis Texas but change Tnee trains carry Pullman during both Vrite tell when exact trip etTA Texas iU tWIaSEAUML t1ttJtt1ttPbrtniflff1tJttti1I WHY by 100000 given graduation 5 graduation satisfied fj Cor Take interesting sc FRANKLIN0 WATCHMAKER MT VERNON KY DO all kinds repairing gold and silver soldering neatly done rings cnt fit Eyes tested and glasses fitted Call atmy shop at Chas C Y Davis drugstore and have your vbrkneatly done at ieasoDa9e prices atit01dnewspapers for S l office 25 cts per Pandred i f j i J