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LIT t 4It j erUOJn f fl4L 0 J VOLUME XVI MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 2419OFiBER 4 rTELL MY FRIENDS TO BE BRA VE AND FEARLESS AND LO YAL TO THE GREAT COMMON PEOPLE Tl1el1ost pENDUS Ip0SIT I ONF EVER MADE TO THE PEOPLE OF ROCKCASTLE J Take Advantage of st at ONCE as Theae Special Prices May be WITHDRAWN at any Moment f COME THIS Week if POSSIBLE fNo1 Flour 425 a Barrel White Swan Patent 415 il Barrel Meat 12i cents a pound Lard dOe to 12tc a pound Arbuckles Coffee WlA f lOc a pound Granulated Sugar 5ic a pound- SFine Green Coffee cv to lOc 3 Bars Soap for 5 cents Fr NV1 1Di EDS and Hundreds of Bargains Like Above Mentioned Go toU tBAKERS 3 GREAT ESTABLISHMENTMt Vernon Kentucky I RocfccasfFe7s Largest Enterprise The Big Hill Coal Company Which is Developing the Resources Of Brush Creek Valley dJW Bpish Creek station on the K C of N 6 miles tlR r Hill Coal Com pauYri from the L N up Brush creed distance of five miles where are located the richest coal miaesvinIockcastle Among the gentlemenV who are I pushing following this enterprise appear the G W Malone VicePresident Pittsburg Pa J A Sullivan Secretary Richmond Ky Edward Stewart Superintendent Pitts burg Pa J Stone Walker Treasurer Richmond Ky Judge John C Chenault whose name will aptpear further along in this kIwasone of the original promoters organizers of this enterprise- was Ifound still hard at work at Creek and over the new line the SIGNAL representative IIIwhen d that locality a few days to take notes ofwhat was go ing on To say the SIGNAL man was surprised at the magnitude of the enterprise is putting it mildly indeed Tke construction grad ing etc is being done by Mason Hoge Co Rodman who did the biggest part of the work in put ting the K C road from Rich mond to Livingston Six Theo bald Co are doing the bridge and culvert work It is expecte to have the line ready for layin track within thirty days High waters have caused some delay inputting in bridge piers over Round stone The road starts out front northend of switch at Brush Creek station crosses Roundstone in a diagonal direction strikes the hill side on west bank of Brush creek and hugs the hills most of the way The construction is not very heavy and a good grade prevails over the route It was back in 1887 fifteen ear lyIingone mile from the station by that name The next year he and oth ers purchased a 332 acre tract an began prospecting for coal Since 1888 they under the name of the Big Hill Mining and Investment Co have gathered in various bodies of laud containing from ten several hundred acres The cot Pany las today 10600 acres of laud lying along Brush creek from the station to Jackson county A good portion of these lands are valuable for mineral and timber while soiree of the tracts will he worthless as far is any reveuiie is to be derived jr them the company needed H a srPRc BARGAIN tight of way and was willing to pay for them Jt i er fifteen years work towards yer establishing a big enterprise in c 1etnQge Chenault andtiis col are to see their eff rtSerownedwith success Some eighteen months since they inter on ested some Pittsburg Pa capital for ists and practical coal operators in this territory and sold to them a half interest in these lands The company was reorganized under the name of the Big Hill Coal Co with headquarters at Richmond Since that time they have been at work towards developing their ter ritory The railroad being built is the property of the coal company will have their own locomo ive and be furnished with coal cars for their output by the L N Mine No i now in operation is one mile from Brush Creek station from which they carry to railroad by wagon and load 50 to 60 tons of coal per day The output will of course be considerably iucreaS ed as soon as track is laid over new line The main works however will be at Chenault the end of road five miles from Brush Creek station named in honor of Judge Chenault the main mover in this big enterprise At Chenault the coal company will build a town in stall a 50000 electric plant fo running mining machinery mow dpother needed purposes A system of waterworks will be put in portion of this work is already unt der way The plant will be pat terned after that of Wilton Knox county Ky w irhjs pronounced to be the most uptodate one in Kentucky or in the United States The capacity of Mine No 2 will have a capacity ofi3OO tons or 50 cars per day Both mines require an inclines railroad for lowering coal down the atINOTES raildagency at Chuff Clark is kept busy loadJ ing the product from his sawmill r Rockcastle extends a hearty wetej Corut its managers After the business is started up telegraph office will be put in tat Brush Creek station Rockcastle welcomes such enter prsesasthe Big Hill Coal Co is pushing withiii our borders 50 Sheets Paper 5 cents 50 Envelopes 5 cents Ralf allow Bucket 5 cents 3 Papers best Needles 5 cents Ladies lOc IInnkercl iefs7 5 cents 2 Bars Big Deal Sahp 5 cents 3 Bars Lead 5 cents 12 Lead Pencils 5 cents Go The extension of railroad to Jackson county has been abandoned and will go no further than Chenpc ault It requires no powder to blow coal in mine No1 Mine No 2 willbe operated by electric mining no machinesCMr and Mrs David Martin are running a firstclass hotel tnd boarding house at Brush Creek station Jand have a large customblhe The Coal Companys Secretary A Sullivan is a successful law of Madison county and has practical experience in business tin terprises Theyard of new railroad east side of Rouudstdne creektl the reason that the west side p presents to much steepness forI grading A hotel boarding house and ala big mercantile establishment at no Chenault are among the things that are on the program of the coal company The piledriver in use at east end of new bridge at Orlando is something that would interest many of our people who have never seen one in operation or otherwise The coal company is having a telephone line erected over their road which will connect with the staItion a Edward Stewart Pittsburg 1atsuperintendent Big Hill Coal Co young in years but old in experience is keeping up his end of the Jbusiness in good shape and all is moving like clockwork Prof S the sage vrorkcrrthinker and friend to enterIi rise was one of the good writer met Wednesday of last week when he was at Brush Creek sta ioncThis vast enterprise of the Big Hill Coal Co is destined to be of 1more benefit to our county than anything started in many years Most of our people appreciate the undertaking and believe the results will prove valuable and profitable to all concerned A wagon bridge will be needed badly at Brush Creek station this winter If none is builta ferryboat will be required to acco mo date the traffic It is probable the coal company will apply to the county for an appropriation toward a bridge While said company would lively contribute liberally toward the Expense of the structure Many rumors have gone forth that there was not coal of sufficient thickness on Brush creek to justify any company to work it to ad van age The Big Hill Goal Co says hav all the coal in sight that they expected and is perfectly sat isfied with the situation having no doubts of quantity aud quality of the product in sight or comeatable J Stone Walker treasurer Rich mond is a banker of long years ex erience and his business standing throughout the county is at the top With such men as mentioned herein b ckin an enterprise there is cfoiibt of its stability and suc Ss G W Malone vicepresident who is yet uuderHhirty is old in experience and is well up in his and knows a thing when sees it He is an affable gen Iewillber rist Jto get things properly moving when he returns to Pitts burg to resume important duties re which he temporarily drop d to come to the Brush creek Right here we register a kick of proportions The writer sees sense or reason why two names shouldapply to one and the same place Brush Creek and Orlando Considerable confusion and annoy ance and sometimes an expensive annoyance is caused on these different accouJ1tofI writer suggests that apply at once to the L N to change the name of Brush Creek station to re d the same as the post officeOrlando 1There have in the past been many promoters who have invaded Rockcastle but their ventures usu llyaway to sorrow and oftimes losses to our local people so our friends the Big Hill Coal Co when they understand the situation will not- eel jolted because of the conservatism they have found here that soon passes away when its found an enterprise is straightforward and honest which our people consider the B H C Gos undertaking to be Brush Creek station has two J A Wood familiarly alled Bige by his numerous s friends runs a good business in the mercantile line as well as trading in lumber ties poles etc He has lately built a nice residence of six rooms adjoining his commodious storehouse He has a good run of trade is also the handler of Saris mailr4ciities at his UncleI The other stpte is that ofJ C Chenault who runs a general line Mr T H Karr is the clerk and manager who looks after the busness and answers tele phone calls coming over the lines This firm has a very large trade In designating thiscoal the name of alnite has been decided upon for the reason that it brnsall night Several Ricbniond parties who have used this concf for past three years testifiy that itis the best they have ever used ope family that their kindling wood chadnt cost them as much as twen tyfivecents during any whiter for the reason that when they arose in the morning it only re cI aired a little stirring up of stove ors rl One and Onehalf Gallon Bucket 10 cents One gallon best Coal Oil 10 cents Gents best Collars 10 cents Gents Nicer 10 cents Mens Good Suspenders 10 cents Mens Nice Sox 5c to 10 cents Ladies Nice Hose 10 cents A Good 2 Foot littleor 10 cents grate and the fire was there in good shape There has been something over twohundred men at work for past five months on the construction of the railroad extension and there has not been a call for the arrest of a single person connected there with as far as we can learn for diturbance of the peace This is a comparedithCentral was put through the coun dhisionIalonghise BRODHEAD 0Miss Berda Hilton of Lancaster visited homefolks Sunday Mrs Floy Francisco returned from Williamsburg Tuesday VaIF Francisco sold to Mr Parish a bunch of hogs at 5 IS cents J R Cass and daughter Miss Clyde are in Louisville this week Mr H L Tharp of East Bern stadt was in our town Sunday mixing with his many friends Rev A J Pike has been conducting a meeting on Negro creek for qnite a while Daniel Holman was in town Wednesday looking after some stock R L Brown bought of Phillip Shivel some nice heifers Mrs Wm Potts is still very sick Mr Keisling is moving into his new lunch house Mr Josh Bun ns fine gray mare was stolen from his stable on the night ot the 21 Mrs Stone and family of Lan caster visited Miss Sallie Purcell of this place and her father Mr Joe Purcell in the county this weekJohn Mur of Danville spent last Sunday here Mrs James Griffin of Mt Ver non and mother Mrs Vallen of Gumsulpher spent several days here with relatives and friends this week tlGOES LIKE HOT CAKES- t fastest selling article I have in my store writes druggist C T Smith of Doris Ky is Dr Kings New Discovery for Co sumptionI Coughs and Colds ways cures In thy six years of sales it has never failed Ihav known it to save sufferers fro Throat and Lung diseases who could get no help from doctors or any other remedy Mothers rely on it best physicians prescribe it and all druggists guarantee sate factioivor refund price Trial bo ties free Regular sizes 500 andi t9 T 6 1 I 7 i t J j wJ CRAB ORCHARD 0Miss Kate Redd is in London Lewis Billion is visiting the family of A W Dillion P M Condor has returned from a business trip to Mt Vernon ICot J W Guest and wife are in Danville this week Mrs W P Beldon is spending this week with relatives in Casey W M Stuart has returned frciii a two weeks trip to North Carolina rThe protracted meeting at the colored Baptist church closed last Sunday with 18 additions Miss Ruth Ellison who is herein the interest of Georgetown Col legs is stopping with Mrs R H BronaughMrs Carter and children of Lebanon Junction are spending this week with her parents Mr and Mrs C Gover George Pollard of Calvert Kan who has been visiting his father Thornton Pollard of Bee Lick will leave tomorrow for his home Work on the bank building seems to be lagging which is annoying to the loafers as they have all left Perkins corner and stationed themselves on the building groundMrs Sam Tatum has returned from Livingston where she combined business with pleasure and made several sales of millinery goods as well as enjoying a pleasant visit Thfc teachers meeting at the Christian church last Saturday was made interesting by talks from Dr Hickle our teacher here Dr Philips W T White and oth ers who all seemed wide awake on the subject ofeducation Our milliners Mrs Kitty King and Mrs Jennie Tatum have both a beautiful supply of mill erY So our Crab Orchard girls afHbY the way there are none handsomer will soon be decked ont ra all the- headdressnewest paraphernalia which our competent milliners can invent and the young men will say hShe looks so sweet Nutting seems to be the order of the day It carries us beck to our childhood when we roamed over field and forest robbing squirrels of what seemstheir natural rights How tired and hungry the homecoming and yet how pleasant with vessels filled and a warm supper awaiting us after partaking of which weed seek our pillows and soon be lost in childhoods sweet est slumber BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXIONS kindeporesofmway secure a clear complexian free from sal lowness pimples blotches etc is to keep the liver in good order An occasional dosevof Herbine will cleanse the bowels regulate the cleartdrugstores J 4 MtVernon Signal FRIDAY OCTOBER 24 1902 Published every Friday b vmuEDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known application DEMOCRATIC TICKET o FOR CONGRESS NON GEORGE G GILBERT OF SHELBY J n H HEXNINGER Of VTayna county ia a candidate for Treasurer subject to the action of Deraocratia party broWeclaiIIONAi a candidate for Circuit Judge in this tke Twentyeighth Judicial district sub feet to any action of the Republican pawee We aria expRONAsa candidatefor oramonwcalths Ai tor monetpary THE HON G G GILBERT make three speeches in our con next week at Mt Vernon n Itter dayBrodheadyears Mr Gilbert has served his people faithfully in the Congress of the United States We all kn wing what his record has boen and judging from the past we can know pretty well what if redl ed it will be in the future roan who is a true and faith t representative of his people is o 4ve should all want to represent us and such a man do we find in the person of the Hon G G Gilbert who now comes before you asking for your support on the 4th of next month He has been tried and = found true Dont fail to hear him r at one of the above named places shoTHEattorney is beginning to wax al warm and from thepresentind tions is going to get pretty hot lawthreeclaJarvisdie of Pulaski and J N gaWhitleyRockcastle man whose annou meet will appear in our next is POLlTI POLITICIAN S 0 Col R J Breckinridge is out jnand an address of considerable length twolugand public outrage of his fating AttorneyGeneral being the leading incentive to his yGovernorhis admirers and friends as it thefcompeljurisdiction ues eat lion the roorwhen a watch was in the controa adversySomersett Well said James D Black is the only man that should be mentioned he t as a candidate in the racehiOLD LINERS SOREmOldline Republicans are not taking so much interest in the campaign for the reason that all good offices are now held by erst while Democrats Take the office1n of Internal Revenue Collector the remDemocraticmost of the persons who hold choice places under hint are Democrats like Bob Tyler AsW Times heretofore fifty who are entitled under and have a preference of the oldsoldiersr for gaugerships and TO places were laid off f for renegade Demo word of Gen Basil fIDuke a did Attocratf ub Replican the been words of one of the oldtime Rep ub licans if the party is not beaten by 10000 in this campaign it will has r 1u1wil1ill be surprising I dont know of afor ship ofGeorge Weissinger Sir and John B Baskin recent pro eJ1iei Jytes from DemdcracyLo 7iJle TJmcs E y T j IJ 1i1 S C R APS0 BY JET A Jrlansas paper announces the eng of Mr Swallow and Mis impsst be an early bird HSarp Ann H sighs the Higgi boy in tremulous tones if I git red ear at the huskinbee todig Im agoiu to do somethin nAre you asks Sary Ann HI beif What are ye agoin to do If I git a red ear Im agoin to take a kiss fm you If you take a kiss fm me a serts Sary Ann giving her head saucj toss you kin be sure th youllgit two red ears right away A Celtic cook asked her mistress absencellithe following Sunday to attend her thers funeral Why ex med the mistressHtbis is only Monday Surely nobodys to keep a dead body a whole Rklained the cook No Well may die to day or he may live a nth No doctor can safely say tha evettha Jtintotexplanation Oim sure Snn 11 by all roight frhessintinc be hunk Friday One night as the de lsat mus alone in the midst of his cozy warm fire trying to figure the difference in guilt tween theft and an ectHfulJand turned to a page dated back about six thousand yearsu I suppose he exclaimed he glanced tlirou g the book Im doing the best I can for my business denotes a con tinual increase ever since the tion of man Ive cribbed a goodand harvest for six thousand years a uld be content with the yie permissione leavel In beaboyers galore Ive bound poll ti ns in bundles until the end r Unofmen Ive sngresacnut pop put the fires Ive railroad conductors and doctors to spare horse trade preachers to spend republicans democrats tories and whigs and or three newspaper men But is one class Im happy to say can never gain entrance here dfbatear I refer to that thing nejth carryrolonas crow who nevei is happy unless he can feast on the wreck of an innocent girl A mil lion of years in my warmest of ms his slanders would nev so I give him a match and vise him to start a select little C hell of his own With his fingers lit an asbestos cigar and placingB book on a shelf mutteredHI all be a very bad man but Ive =some respect for myself eyagood health should watch for first symptoms of worms and ove them with Whites Cream childrenst atexrk so that their food does them good and they grow up healthy strong 25c at all druggists TIlE REPUBLICANS OF THE 38TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT hereby for the This orney ublican madeat OfficeOfcommonwealthsf Gwcandidate for that position Since he declined to become a candidate that office 1 now feel that it is not JOt me to carry out my ginal intentions I shallat a fu publicationithof this district should give me u omi nation 4 He pcctftl1 J i L tft1vhi W Jf r t r J1 J CONWAY 0 J F Sims of Scaffold Cane went to Louisville Tuesday P S Calahan has made quite an M wissvisiting the family of J H Sigma- snsMr Conn of Lancaster w here Saturday repairing Blazers millht C Smith is repairing the road leading from this place to Copper creek J J Wrens family who have most all been down with fever are better GL Wren was here Tuesd andreported to ustliat he was call againaSigLhas been very dangerous for so daysIsuit that was entered in Squire Durhams court against W Saylor by G L Wren has be withdrawn Dr P Cornelius of Berea onng h er at Anville emember that the Rev J Peterson will preach twelve select sermons at this place commencing on Friday night the 24th Come rybody esse Dyke has moved to Rogers e Madison county and gone the mercantile business Con ways loss is Rogersvilles gain bJesseQUAIL o Mrs Martha Brown is some better D R Gentry has bought a farm enry Sutton of near Bee Lick is r better ohn M Brown has about recovered from malaria fever manis ishvisiting friends and relatives here Willie Sutton the eldest childof G B Sutton has betn very sick continues no better J Thompson of Preachers firstldholdingo a campmeeting near the Brown vot precinct and will continue ut a month Jotham Brown and G LCum toofnear ion schoolhouse Lee Broughton are putting in sawmillnear the Snodgrass farm considerablelotThe election is the quietest known hardlysrem quiet but let the people exercise that great privilege of suffrage on November 4th James Cash was hurt very seri horsefaHinghis ankle bruising his and hurting him in several more places He is getting along well as could be expected sa = OUT OF DEATHS JAWS When death seemed very near from a severe stomach and liver ertrouble that I had suffered with fo years writes P Muse Durham N Dr Kings New Life Pills sav edmy life and gave perfect health If e pills on earth and only 25C at druggists drug titers T 1 Commissioners Sale Rockcastle Circuit Court Cabell Basye Co Plaintiff vs M Meadows etc Defendts andnor Circuit Court rendered at the Sept term J902 in the above styled cases for the sum of 20172 with interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from the 1st day of April 1902 until paid and 40 cost herein I shall proceed to offer for sale at the front door of the Court house in Mt Vernon Kyf pubaylie a on ay 27th day of October 1902 between the agdescribmee property to Onehalf interest in a lot located in Livingston Rockcastle Co Ky Sambraocat a stake second corner to lot No 4 in the lihine rd thence S61 W goo to a stake thence W feet to a stake thenWce with the line of lot NO4 N61 B 200 feet to the beginning containing 229 1000 of an acre and t same property deeded by W C Mullins to W M Meadows on the 3rd day of March 1902 For the purchase price of said land the purchaser must execu bearinglegaluntil paid and having the force andeffect of a judgment Bidde will be prepared to comply with these terms RL McFERRON = Special Commissioner Lion Soft HarnessYou ness as soft as a glove I UtomnkeitJast byusingnesB Oil You can ordinarily would EUREKA harness Oil mates a poorlooking harness like new Made ofpure heavy bodied oil es pecially prepared to with stand the vrcatber everywhere1n fflsfc bj STANDARD Oil CX AMERICAS FAMOUS BEAUTIES J Look with horror on Skin Eruptions Blotches Sores Pimples They dont have them nor will anyone who uses Bucklens Arnica Salve It glorifies the face Eczema or Salt Rheum vanish before it It cures sore lips chapped hands chilblains Infallible for Piles 25 cents at all druggists Charles Van Arsdale a farmer living near Hustonville was called from his house Monday night by unknown parties knocked in the head and robbed of X40 A tele phone message to Nicholasville trailred two different times to a tenant house Tfiree men and two wo were arrested and lodged Imen tion jail to await an inI IIn JavaNatives do not glaze coffee with Theyhavewell as fQr the naturally delicious flavor of their popular berry The very American roasters who glaze glazetheir II Coffee is never glazed or fjJUSTThe sealed package inoarea uniform quality and freshness s DrR Goldstein Physician and Practical Optician WILL BE AT THE Miller HotelWEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 12 ONE DAY ONLY HERE are numerous conditions vhere glasses are required and giye rnlinf UIATiA1TTC DIZZINE 8 DAH1lNG PAINS Jabout4sollcrtedtf r tf1 11I t 1 CIOO nrr C z= I pc J ThE Kind Yon Have Always iiouglit and wiiieli has been in use for over 30 years has borne the signature of 16andTins been jjjade nnclor Ins per cyfAll Counterfeits Imitations ard Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with sad endanger the wealth of Inihnts and Children Experience against 3Sxperiracnt CASTORAof Paredgoric Drops ami Sootlihs g Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Xarcotlo substance Its ago ii its guarantee It destroys Worms kand allays Fevcrisliucss It cures Diarrlioaa and Wind Colic It relieves Teething troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving licalthy and natural 51cepJThe Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Friend t GENUINE CAST0R1A ALWAYS j Bears the Signature of hea Q u gThe Kind Yon Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years r5TNQ 77 NSW hl r Have your measure taken j for your new Fall garments Itis lie and rti5factoryMake your selection from the failnrinf ling of Strauss Bros9 Est 3877 Chicago C1 Good tailors for over a quarter century Youll find a w r1dof pleasure in wearing the stylefitthan the ordinary run of clothes yet prices are astonishingly low and youre perfectly safe in ordering because if garments are not satisfactory you neednt take them We will be pleased to show you samplesCall N0X BROS t tr t 1 l 1 1I t via the Cotton Belt from St Louis Thebes Cairo and Memphis 21stForHalf the One=Way Rate plus 2e00 MissouriArkansasWrite for particulars and cost of ticket from your home town themostand direct connections for all parts of the Great Southwest ofonr I Through Texas With a Camera- L O SCHAEFER MoE I rnon9tTalee PillsJ Icureliverecretescxsoite their natural functions m Unnat compelscontinualattain tile results f 44W I 1acts on Chills the and Fever and every form of Malarial Bilious Remitting and Inter mitting Fevers and by going to the seat of the trouble works permanent cure rFIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE r If tYr DrL t Davis i J r r t r Mt Vernon SIgnal NT VEUNONKy Oct 24 1902 Call up No 79 When- you vnnt toColuluunl- C to with SIGN L 79 I a- a LOUISVILLE 4 NASHVILLE R Co TIME TABLE 24 north 1055 a rn 26 north fo4 am 23 south 260 p n 25 South y 139 am JAS IANOKUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernoa Ky Post of ce fit set endclsss mall matte- tPERSONALS 0IGeorge Baker went to Louisville todayDr Clark was down from Brod head Monday Willie Krueger went to Louis vine Tuesday Andrew Thompson was out from Garrard Monday Mrs U G Baker has been very ill for some days C C Williams attended court at LILondon Wednesday went to the city Wednes day to buy more goods Mr and Mrs W J Rider left Monday for Upton Ky W T Smith is seriously ill of hemorrhage of the lungs Mrs W L Richards is visiting homefolks at Glencoe Ky Minor Fish is at home for a few days on account ofsickness Miss Delora Fish of Wildie is visiting Mrs D N Williams Scott Miller spent Sunday last with Fred McFerron Pine Hillj Seventeen passengers went from this place to Cincinnati Sunday Joe Newland worked at depot during absence of Mr Landrum Mrs J E Houk was one of the number who went to the city Mont day James Argenbright and Ap Tay lor were up from Livingston Sun r dayMrs J Thomas Cherry was theI iuest of Mrs J W Brown this weekJasper r Reynolds was here visiting his uncle Willis Griffin last weekJ Wats Brown spent most of the week at Clover Bottom Jackson county Dr Price of Level Green and R L Brown of Wabd were in town TuesdayLee jrcent to Cincinnati Saturday morning on the teachers excursionMrs J Sparks isited friends and relatives in Livingston the first of the week Miss Addie Taylor was thrown from a horse Wednesday and pain fully injured- D S Purdom and little son Omer spent Sunday and Monday in Boyle countyf s Miss Lida Hilton attending college heie spent Sunday with homefolks at Brodhead Miss Rosa Dolan has returned from a protracted visit to relatives and friends at Louisville s Mr and Mis B J Bethurum and Miss Mat Williams went to Louisville first of the week J J Lawrence is trelegraphing IuIIat Grays Point Mo the terminal of the Cotton Belt Route Walter Sargent has secured a position with the Pullman Sleep ing Car Company at Covington Mrs Ella Franklin and Misses Mary and Ann Brannaman were over from Wildie Monday shopping Mesdames W Ht Moore and W F Champ of Paint Lick came Monday for a short visit to relatives Dr M L Myers went to Cincinnati Saturday night to meet his xaotuerinlav Mrs Thomas and daughter Miss Lucy who ail 5pend tlc winter yritH Dr an Mrs flyers v vf ri C Miller who has been loca ted at Jellico for several months past is at homeHe will go West shortly Mesdames C C Williams Nan nie C Albright Georgie Rice and C C Davis went to Louisville Tues day night John C Graves is able to walk around after his several weeks con finement on account of knife and gun shot wounds Mrs E B Miller will move to town during Mr Millers absence who has gone to Lincoln for a sev eral weeks stay on business Mart Hix was up from Living ston Saturday and told us that he was thinking of locating near M ttVernon We heartily welcome him into our midst R B Mullins took in the Carni val at Knoxville last week and says there were more people in the city than had been there at anyfi one time since the civilwar The protracted meeting at the Baptist church conducted by the pastor Rev J C Carmical prom ises to do much goodPreacherstyule Cm Mrs Wallen of Gum Sulphur after a visit to her daughters Mes dames J F Griffin and H L Tate has returned home She was accompanied by Mrs Griffina Among the delegates to Masonic Grand Lodge Louisville Monday were Willis Griffin J A Lan drum G S Griffin Dr J M Williams Sol Griffiin C H McKinney and Sam Brown Miss Bessie Poynter a natural artist made a splendid pencil sketch of Mr Alvah Mares a few days since while that gentleman was sitting in front of her fathers store Mr Maret and others will readily recognize the picture when it is seen p A seven year old son of Reuben Thompson ah L N brakeman of Lebanon Junction was thrown from a horse near Level Green on Monday and died from the injuries some heurs later The family was visiting that locality when the tragedy occurred LOCALS a =0 to Remember the entertainment at College tonight Good goods and and low prices is what Beasley Co Stanford give their customers HALLA small child of JepI Hall was buried at Maretburg day The Rev J C Carmical conducted a short serviceIForeman Soward had a remark able dream a few nights since Ask him about it You will col lapse when you hear it told JBSHOUK ADAMS Mt Ver non Ky will take all the scrap iron you bring them and pay you it 25C a 100 oct24tf BOYSBring us iron all kinds scrap iron will pay you 25cts per hundred Roux ADAMS oct24tf Mt Vernon Ry Mr Harry Allen Dennis will J give UliIrs Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch in the College Chappel to night Dcnt fail to come Ad mission 25 cents Beasley Co Stanford carry the nicest and most upto4ate furniture to be found anywhere in Pastern Kentucky If you dont believe it go and ses for yourself 1024 tf On the total obscuration of the moon there was a strange phenora ina occurredahigh wind prevailed and a heavy rumbling noise pre vailed aUthis place for the space of one minute iU1nessmorning at six oclock and was burried in the Freedom burying ground Wednesday He leaves a wife and six children T W Parsons has purchased the livery outfit horses wagons buggies harness etc of J W j Rider and will continue the busi ldltlep01lHyott a rilldo the rcttH o Bern to the wife of Logan Thompson Jr a fine boy Logan is stepping high Preachersville Cor Lancaster Record The case against Andrew Doan charged with killing his wife was called Tuesday and passed on ac count of absence of commonwealths witnesses A son of Harve Poynter was killed near Level Green Wednesday afternoon by a gun tube flying out and striking him in the head while out shooting ducks Those knowing themselves indebted tome will please call and settle same at once asI desire to get my business wound up within next few days J HENRY FISH AGENTS WANTED o Energetic men and women to take orders for Books on a guaranteed salary of from forty to fifty ve dollars per month- S RiDDELL Genl Agt oct252t Mt Vernon K- The Bastin Telephone Co offers 50 reward for arrest and convic ion of any person cutting shoot ing or in anyway injuring or tam pering with its wires cables poles crossarms pins or insulators Section 1231 Kentucky Statues makes of these acts a telony MARRIED Mr H J McClure and Miss Bertha Barlow were married in Lexington Wednesday Mr McClure was born and reared in this county and is a son of which Rockcastle is proud They will make their home in Paris where he has a nice position with the L N Hon G G Gilbert will speak in the Court house here next Monday the 27 at 1 p m At Livingston Tuesday 28 at 7 oclock m and at Brodhead Wednesday the 29 at 7 oclock pm A division of time will be given the Republican nominee if he so de siresIt is remarkable how little the congressional race is being discuss ed The election is but a few days off Our Republican friends are saying nothing thereby may hang tale It is possible they mean work on the gum shoe route and give out candidate a tussle he is probably not looking for Keep your eyes open go to the polls and put your mark under the game bird PISTOL DUEL AT PAINT LrCK a fight between J C Siler pro prietor of the Veranda Hotel at Lick and Dr C Edwin a prominent young physi cian of that place Monday night- seach iva shot t nee times Mr Siler caught a bullet in the ear hip and groin w He Dr Poyntz was shot just below the heart and had both arms brokers The trouble is said arose over oyntz kicking on Silers hotel Vare They met and after a few sharp words began shooting A message atates that Dr Ppyutz died Tuesday morning and that the chances are against Silers recoveryInterioro- urnal Members and delegates who attend the meeting of the Kentucky Independent Telephone AssoC tion and the Independent Association of Southern Indiana in Louisville at Exchange Hall Board of Trade building October 28th ana 29th should secure certificates from railroad agent where tickets are purchased which entitles them to a rate of onethird fare on the return trip If through tickets cant be secured from starting point take ctrlificate from each agent where ticket is purchased Present your certificates to Janies Maret Secretary K 1 T A at Louisville meeting for endorsement Headquarters for the K 1 T A and the 1 TA of Southern Indiana will be at the Louis r ville Hotel CASTORIAFor BoughtllSlgnattar o- fL r 1 LIVINGSTON i o Wiz Dillion made a short trip to Maywood Wednesday R e li b e n Mullins was in town Sunday Er nest Wearen was down from Mid dlesborougli Sunday itasee a visitinghereWaiter Miss Ella flay of Stanford are guests at the Riverside Mansion Miss Cora Adams visited relatives at Mt Vernon this weekBilly Poynter of Mt Memo was Jiere SundayMr and Mrs Ballard Mullins return l ome fuoni Brush Creek Monday Miss Byrd Peters Yh0 has been the guest of her sister Mrs Mag gie Dillon retuniedtb her home at Ma3wpod Tuesday Miss Virgie Morris has a severe attack of chickenpox Miss Fannie R ed d returned to her home at Crab Orch ard Tuesday after a pleasant visit with Dr J S and Mrs Cooper Mrs Ben Parker is again at the Eight Gables Hotel after an ex tended visit with her parents at Bluefields W VaMrs Mary Payne of Altamont is here visiting her sisters Mesdames Susie Mul lins and Wilmot Poynter Miss Madaline Mitchell of Knoxville is the guest of her sister Mrs Har ry Thompson Mrs B N Roller spent several days in Louisville this week Mrs Houston McFerron and daughter Miss Georgia were guests of Mrs W J Childress Sunday Mrs James McGuire re turned home from Wildie Satur dayMrs Martha Hyatt Emmet and Miss Nellie Hyatt of Villa Grove Ill are visiting Mesdames Lucas Smith and Hi ksMrs W R Dillion returned home Tuesday from a pleasant visit aj Stanford Richmond and Kingston Billie Syuipson and sisters Misses Eliza beth and Judith returned from their Pine Hill home Tues dayMrs Effie Pike and baby daughter Silvia of Louisville visited Mrs Lawrence Rose at the Eight Gables the first of the week Miss Ellen Butner is visiting friends at Mt Vernon after a visit with Mrs W R Dillion Mrs Mahala Carson returned home from Quail Tuesday Mrs Rolla Harris of Madison county visited her parents Mr and Mrs James McGuire this weekMrs C 0 McKinney and children of Lebanon aud Mrs 1L AArgo of Paint Lick were the guests of Mr and Mrs James Davis last week Dr Lucas moved into Salayers residence on Plum street Wednesday Jack Smith has im proved his property adding a new coat of PaintDr J W Sams will locate at East Bernstadt Heres hoping him success Everyone will miss the Drs cheerful ways and pleasant smiles John Pope and family have moved back from Danville and will occupy their proper ty on Main street Their many friends are glad to welcome them home againW C Swinford of Ford is the new barber Bill Mullins says he is married and of course the girls are not interest ed W C Mullius Charles Rry son Shannon McKinney of this place and R R Perry of Win chester are up the river fishing with plenty of bait and snake antidote a s Gray U My hair was falling out and turning gray very fast But your Hair Vigor stopped the falling and restored the natural colorMrs- E Z Benomme Cohoes N Y Its impossible for you not to look old with the color of seventy years in your hair f Perhaps you are seventy and you like gray hair If not VigorIf f If your dnigcist cannot supply yon t send us ona dollar and we will express n Sew a liottlc Be sure and give the namo of your nearest express offlca Address S J C AYER CO Lowell Mass W Ii JONeS Watchmaker and Jeweler i ALL JEWELRY REPAIRING NEATLY DONE An Apprenticeship of years under a skilled work rnan ismy recommendation rERMSt1feasonablearidall Scar warranted Call aLDC Ionl rs gore Mainstreet v J c p 7 What wi it profit a Man f He Gain s the Whole World AND DOES NOT CALL AT KRUEGER SONSTO BUY H- ISFurnitureJUST6RECEIVED A CAR LOAD OF NEWEST AND LATEST STYLES i Good BedsAT 200On Up SOFAS AT 225AND ON UP OBELISK FLOUR BEST ON EARTH 45o perbbl ALSO IN SACKS At Corresponding Low Prices COTSAT I5O OnUpI BED ROOM surfS 1850AND OW U P EVERYTHING IN LADIES s AND GENTLEMENS FURNISHING GOODS r THE PLACE TO DRIVE GREAT BARGAINSCALL AND SEE OUR LARGE STOCK 5Opposite Depot Near Postoffice SVIT VERIMQSM KY THEBfflK DF JRT VERNON r MT VERNON KY OPENED 1900 c CAPITAL STOCK 15000 C C WILLIAMS PRES JAS T ADAMS VICEPRES W L RICHARDS CASHIER A B FURNISH AssT CASH DIRECTORS Jonas McKenzie Geo Livesay A T iFiah S H Martin Rod Perry Vincent Boreing J HHouk We solicit accounts of firms and individuals Careful atteniWtipn IS given collections entrusted to us 1 v9 f Our friends and patrons are invited to call whenIn town Phone No 55 GO TO JONAS MCKENZlE3 T- eMT VERNOM KY 5 for Everything in t t Dry Goods Clothing Boots and Shoes ana qr R lMerchandise r BEST GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES Phone No 83 WILLIS GRIFFINPractical TJndertlter and FUNERAL DIRECTQR r Mt Vernon Ky Stock Complete IjEmbalming done on short notice Come and see me anything Ihave not got can get for you on first train that leave the city f f ORDBRS by wire Promptly Pilled Phone No 63 CHASqDAVIS The Place to Obtain Fresh Drugsv ALSO Patent Medicines ofall Kinds Perfumery Stationery Toilet Articles aCIGAR AN D TOBACCO Paints and Oils Comp0u1editaJIkrL y Phone No 64 a zI = 7 5 r- c S w 1 4 y S = I T = 7 = h = = i + = = UntoldPleasuretoth F1ouseho s e Furniture Bedsteads From 175 to 450I BEDROOM SUITS 1250 to 2250 l CHAIRS SPRINGS TABLES AND ALL OTHER ARTI FURNITUREj VERY Lows OBELISK Flour 450 1t and Biggest V i all is the low L t R 1 COLLIER Propr Located at the Depot w ERODHEAD IY GOOD LIVERY ATTACHED L Meet all Trains Day and Night Traveling Men and RailroadI t men Solicited Wm furnish Lunches for all trains t rheYscan a1 n Hotelr t JOSEPH COFFEY PROPR Stanford Ky Specially equipped for traveling melts mp1e room on first floor tJatfr rooms free to guests RLtTKS 200 per day 7l1f Francisco MONOMEKTAL WORKS Brodfaead Ky Granite and Marble MouUments E and Tombstones l BALL YORK FIRSTCLASS SATISFACTION iiIM L MYERS MT VlvRNOX Xv FIRSTCLASS WORK JOFFICEIti the Krueger new cfbrickPHONE No 73 f J 1W Fast 3 s TO COLORADO 5 r UTAH Dentist IlHECOAST Jjtt effect Sunday Way iQth h The new train will leave St Louis Q00 a in daily the evening train- A to Th points lo ioP ui daily Through sleeping car service be tweenSt Louis Saii Francisco andINorthwestern points Only that d7es a twice daily Excursion tickets now on For furthjr information R T G Matthews TP A LdiiivU FCv HC TpWNSEND GsniPass r and Tkt 1 St Loup f t if lII o t sr yZ t I taplc and Fancy Qroeerte Have found lodging on our shelves On our counters and our floor Under our counter in our barrels Known to exist by our many buyers AND all who come will get the benefit of reduced prices All are not aware of these bargeiiiSy Dont buy offhand learn our price And you will find by so learning My Old Kentucky Home Store Sold you the cheapest and best bargains Shingles Two grades SI 50 SI 90 A THOUSAND EST Stock XT EST of prices Hotel Fritti Train PACIFIC saleI MT VERNO1S DIRECTORY COURT CALENDAR j COUNTY COURT Fourth Mon day in each month MonIdCIRCUIT COURTSecond Monday in February Fourth Monday in May andThird Monday in Sep tember COURTI i CHURCHES Services at tire Christian ChurchPreach Fing is 3ri Sunda L8 Wa in and at 730 p nit- Sunday School 930 a in every Sunday Prayer Meeting Every Thursday 730 pm The public are cordially Invited to attend all services DAVID HAKTSFlELD Pastor Presbyterian Holds services on the 4th Sunday morning and evening Methodist will hold services at the Ares byterian churchoxithe 2nd Sunday morning and evening ih baeh month IBaptist Church Services on the Third- night and Sunday Sunday choolat 9 a m every Sunday Pray meeting on Tuesday nights MASONIC Ashland Lodge No 640 meets 4th Monday 10AmMT It A CHAPTER No 140MEETS every FOURTH MONDAY at 2 p m meets every 1st IMACCABEES Com i PROFESSIONAL rC C Williams ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KY OFFICE On 2nd floor o The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church streetSpecial attention given to collections SoIc J u = Miller House HUGH MILLER PROPRI- ETORHeadquarters for Commercial Men ST Porter at all trains Insurance of all kinds Coro letQ Signaljoffi JC McCLARY t IJhcJcrtakcr ELL Embalmer LINE of Caskets Robes SceA Orders Iby Telephone dttend cd promptly StFnfordfK y fJU fft of j r I f aWe lgBrcdin01drGSentuckyM litfrp tCate EjueSass if the g ene Ri Where our Groceries are the cleanest f And our Bargains are the supremest In Old Kentucky r ll krShirts and Shoes the finest Laces and Embroideries the nicest Our suits of clothes the tidiest Our Low Prices the sublimest In Old Kentucky Lio HOUR ADAMS Big Brick Main St Phone Commissioners Sale Rockcastle Circuit Court Effie McGuire Admrx of Grover McGuire decd 1 Plaintfs vsI etcDefdtsa judgment and or der of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit court rendered at the Sept Term IIfront door of the Court house in Mt Vernon Ky to the highest bidder at public auction on Mon 1902itm 400 p m7 upon a 3crljjOntb sthe following de scribed property Atract of land heretofore assigned to the widow oft Grover McGuire decdas her esjtateBeginning at an elm on the east side of Crooked Creek the land being located on Crooked Creek Rockcastle county Ky near the mouth of Coffeys hollow thence down the creek SIJ4 ES97 poles to a beech on the west side of the creek thence N 8r E cross springrbranch 14 poles to a stone in the center head of a spring thence up a drain S 69 E 29 poles to a hornbeam thence S 87 E 39 poles to a stake in said drain about 2 poles southward from a spring and hickory thence N 34 E 238 poles to a stone with oak polesI170 a gum a fence thence S s7f W 177 poles to an elm and sugar tree near a thenceIQr IC Ia SO poles to the beginning 224 acres more or less For the purchase price of said land the purchaser must execute bearfuntil paid and having the force and effect of a judgment Bidders willbe prepared to comply with these termsB J BETHURUM Master Commissioner DO YOU WANT TO YAWN Feel cold shiverings aching in bones lack energy headache and great depression These symptoms may be followed by violent head nervousIiness the disease gets a good hold though it will work a cure iu any stage J A Hopkins Manchester Kan writes I have used your great medicine Herbine for several years There is nothing better for malaria chills and fever headachy fY1ingtonic5oc n PAL1Ive for sale a farm of 127 acres lying on the waters of Brush Creek two miles north of Level Green Good house and outbuildings Orchard and well watered Terms easy For further information call oil Henry Catron Level Gre I1 Ky tn SOld Stoves and all other old trap iron is what we are hankering after nets a 1J11dredIIouK oct24lf Mt r eriion Ky J ilOQ REWARD Isthe usual sum offered for A HUMAN BODY r Vho may be FOUNDIN MT VERNON And has been fortunate enough to obtain our bargain before he is THE VICTIM Othigh prices and low values TO HAVE BEEN Cheap but deer at any price So come and find that we have MURDERED High prices that our stock is complete throughout as you will find after being shown through our big stock FRIENDSI prices goods 75 containing SUPPOSED Commissioners Sale Rockcastle Circuit Court Bank of Mt Veruon Plaintiff fTDefendants By virtue of a judgment and or der of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court rendered at the Sept term 1902 in the above styled case for the sum of 20000 with interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from 7th day of July 1902 until paidand 2670 cost herein I shall proceed to offer for sale at the front door of the Court house in Mt Vernou Ky to the highest bidder at public auction on 1902betweena m and 400 oclock p m upon a credit of six months the follow ing described property towit Two lots located in Livingston Rockcastle county Ky and the first lot being bounded as follows On the North by the lands of Sam Ward on the East by the lands of the L N Railroad Co on the South by Rockcastle river and the county road and on the West by the lot owned by Ed Smith and being the same lot purchased by defendant Mullins from Sam Ward The second lot is bounded as fol lows On the North by the lands of 1 A Gresham deceased on the East by the lands of Jack Smith on the West by the lands of T A Gresham decd and on the South by the county road This lot was purchased from Jasper Durham The first lot is about 225 square and the second is abou 50x180 feet For the purchase price of said land the purchaser must execute bearlingsale until paid and having the force and effect of a judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms B J BETHURUM Master Commissioner IT GOES RIGHT To THE SPOT j When pain or irritation exists on any part of the body the application of Ballards Snow Liniment will goesbright to the spot said an old man hiSjrheumatism Smith House Tenaho Texas writes I have used Ballards Snow Liniment in my family for several years and have found it to andIio the throat and chest 2SC Soc androo at all druggists HIS IFE IN PERIL I just seemed to have gone all to pieces writes Alfred Bee of Welfare Tex tbilliousness and a lame back had made life a burden r I couldnt eat or sleep and felt al IIbeganthey worked wonders Now I sleep like a top can eat arty thing have gain d in strength arid enjoy hard work They gi fe vigorous health and new life totveachly rundown people IVy Them Oil snC fttall drnE zirts FlcurPARKSVILLE flour makes the nicest pies I Vhen made in light bread never falls to rise It is the Daisy Patent Magnolia and Dewey Upon which the housewife always relies And the husband the best always PATENT 455buysIDAIS 415 435 EEiEiSiet5IVI w iIDZi L Per J bbl sZs aHtyippVaJp s Quality J Prices 100 REWARD 100 Ifhe readers of this paper will bs pleased ta learn that there is at least one dreaded disease tlhit science has been able to cure in all its stage and that is Catarrh Halls Ca tarrh Cure is the only positiye cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a cnstitutional disease requires a CatarrhIsystem thereby destroying the foundation patientI fhctDollars for any cu1hthat it fails to cure Send for list o Address F JBKNET C Toltio O bold by all Druggists 7oe Halls FijjiT j iUs are the be- stCommissioners Sale Rockcastle Circuit Court J W Alcoroi etcPlaintiff fLureua Defendant By virtue of Judgment aud or der of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court rendered at the Sept term 1902 in the above styled case for suinof 5000 with interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from the 1st day of February 1900 un til paid and 2700 cost herein I shall proceed to offer for sale at the front door of the Court house in Mt Vernon Kj to the highest bidder at public auction on Mon 1go2between uponting described property tOrwit A tract of landlocated in I Rock castle 0111thebeginning at a white oak stump in the widow Bethurums fieldnear a sink the beginning corner to Sweeney Carsons 125 acre sur vey thence with theirvline S r2I Wi10 poles to a chestnut and poplar thence S 2554 EIS3 poles to a hickory poplar and black oak thence S 41 W 79 610 poles to a white oak and dogwood thence N 64 W 26 poles to a stake two sapBugthe 33 acre tract laid off to A J Payne thence with the line of No 3N74r 6 W 42 81opoles to a chestnut and ash in the line of Sweeney and Carson also Levi Sowders line thence with said line N 2 W 122 poles to a stone with pointers on a ridge Sowders corj ner thence N 86 W I3 t po1 s to Sowicorner now polesIa corner of the William Adams 501 acre tract thence with same S 54 E 20 poles and 8 links to a chest nut with walnut pointers tehnce N 74 E 64 poles to a large poplar with pointers thence S 59 E2834 poles lo the beginning For the purchase price of said land the purchaser must execute bond with approved surety bear ing legal interest from the day of sale uiitir paid and having the judgmentBicfders with these terms v V SDLEWIS Secial CccimrstiJ r 1Ci f JSz Shoe I m E have the largest and just and most cotn lete stock o OES and BOOTSever brought Rockcastle county at prices er than were ever heard oL IwIw have only to call and examine stock and get prices to convinccg of these facts E sell FLOUR MEAL SKIP STUFF and all kinds ol pro duce lower than anybody Eggs a w lls- I CJ Ohio River airPER BARREL ISo not Shoddlj IGH s- rIGH low x Commissioners Sale IRockcastle Circuit Court J N French etc vs J F Cooper 1 Defendant PlaiLtlflsa By virtue of a judgment gild or nder of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court rendered at the Sept tern 1902 in the above styled cast for the sum of 26500 with interest ff the rate of 6 per cent per annum from the ist day of December 1901 until paid subject to the following credits 10 paid Nov 2 1001 50 paid Dec n 1901 and r2260 cost herein I shall proceed to offer for sale at the front door of tine Courthouse in Mt Vernon Ky to the highest bidder at public auction on Monday the die of October 1902 between thelqiirg of 800 oclock a rn and 403 oclock p m upon a credit of sbc months the following described property towit i A house and lot located in Xiy ingston Rockcastle county Ky on Gauley road and boarded oft the N E by a lot of Smith Kelley on the S E by the land of Samuel Ward on the S W byilot of Steve Gwens and on the N W by the old county road This lot fronts 60 feetbn Gaiiley road ssd runs backof equal width 1376 poles and contains i onethird acre more or less For the purchase price of said land the purchaser must executer bond with approved surt bearing legal interest from the dnr of sale until paid and having the force and effect eta udcnlest Bidder will be prepared to compff promptly with these terms B J BETHURUM Master Commissioner sUyIAkatShylock ss wanted a pound of human flesh There are many Shylocks now the convales cent the consumptive the sickly child the pale young woman all want human flesh and theya ittake Scotts Emulsion Scotts Emulsion is flesh and bloodfY bone and muscle It nerves strengthen = the digestive organs and they feed the whole body For nearly thirty years Scotts Emulsion hasljenth greatgiver of human flesha We will send you a couple of ounces free SCOTT BOWNE Chemist 409415 Pearl Street New 1fCtf6ar soc and Jioo mil droggigla 1 lWHustle out and tirIng us itli the scrap iron obtainable any oc scraps will do 23cts per ico HouR ADAMS i oct 24tf Mt Vernon Ky BRING YOUR JOB WORK TO THE SIGNAL 3FFICK j t