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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tsikc v kV x j i a 0 tlllJ f 0 c1tMnuVOL- U I 7 t I y Ign I = o 1Lr XVI MT VERNON HOCKOASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 28 1902 NUMBER ft TELL MY FRIENDS TO BE BRAVE AND FEARLESS AND LOYAL TO THE GREAT COMMON PEOPLE J OLJ I NzIm 4 sF Ii 20lbs Best ii Granulated Sugar For 100 Arbuckles Coffee lOcts LION COFFEE 10 cents 3 Bars Soap For 5 Cents Fore and Hundreds of Other MATCHLESS Bargains Go to Sheriffs Land Sales For TaxesB 0 I will on MONDAY DECEMBER 22ND 1902 at the front door of the Court house in Mt Vernon Ky expose to public sale to the highest bidder the following tracts of land fortaxes due for the year 1902 7 DISTRICT NO r Name No Tax 8c Acres Cost Adams J J 50 g Bryant Polly Ann 9 4 441 Coffey W P 10 2 8r Cummins Catharine 90 44- 4HardyFHnr 75 10 40 Jones GWur 125 2 73 ICinnard Alice i j 75 Kirby Jerry 1 3 06 Owens JW 30 4 04 Patten Wm 19011902 31 4 26 Payne A L 30 2 85 Pease Martha 50 2 98 Payne Andrew J 50 451 Poteet Jas and F Wloo 8 36 Riddle J Ws heirs 212 14 45 Rickels John n r i town lot 3SS- Snodgrass G W n r 24 2 81 Sowder R S 75 4 04 DISTRICT NO 2 Adams Mrs Jane i 2 oo J Ambros Charley 3 451 Ambros Eliza 75 2 44 Ambros heirs 300 9 34 Barnett heirs 75 244 Beldou B B 5 3 05 Blazer Bros Hart 53 2 98 Carpenter Wiley 42 3 80 Coffey Wileys heirs 50 8 14 Dowell Mrs E15 x 89 Doyle James heirs n r 180 5 42- Estrige Feibn r 45 3 96 Huff Taswell 85 5 02 Isaacs Albert 10 i 9 Isa csJVR 100 4 52 Lakes Ed 2 town lots 429 Levell John 80 5 o Martin J R 150 548 Nance W W 3a 4 52 Northern John J 86 3301- Nuckles J H 20 31 Phillips Wm 60 404 Pullins Alvasheirs 1 2301Ramsev Smith Jack 30 i So Soards Haves heirs 100 Soards Harves heirs 62 517 391WoodaHAdams W G 0i3o 3461 Farthing John H 3 3 46 Hughes George V 125 5 50 DISTRICT NO 3 b17lJiSi Walter 50 355- Bi 3 un Fank n r 5O i 88 CodJin ton Bert rir 40 6 i 6 ylfB Cni 54r iri 36 Qrli5jQr sland nr zoo 5 47 t i z 1 Flannery heirs n r 30 I 80 Gadd Mary J 50 2 25 Hardin John R 150 6 48 Holman Charles 50 3 55 Hosken heirs n r 602 Io Higginbotham J Wn r 80 i 30 Jackson Mrs Annie 50 3 46 Jordan Houston 75 4 04 Cane S S 40 317 Kinnard Harvey n r 30 2 98 Lester Chas heirs n r 275 400 Malicoat Hardin 25 3 05 452I3 McGuire J W 40 3 17 Northern William 50 3 05 Ramey Henry Cn r 40 2 10 Reynolds Thursday nr 67 3 96 Saylor A 25 2 81 See C Mn r 40 12 36 Sheppard Riley 25 5 05 Stephens J W Cn r 266 13 26 Smith W B Johnson N R 600 9 34 Waddle J S Cn r 50 2 00 Williams Jonathan 83 3 30 Young Thomas 50 3 55 DISTRICT NO4 Allen Wyatt So 3 46 Anderson M J Cn r 50 2 69 Baker Braddock 75 5 50 Bishop Sissy n r 50 2 49 Coleman heirs n r 100 445 Daugherty Thomas 250 p 07 Durham J N 40 3 05 Durham Sarah 35 2 00 Durham Wm 65 3 80 Hensely joe 2O 2 SI Jones John 40 305 Mason Noah i 3 05r Money Fred 30 3 55 McGuire J G 149 5 42 Sexton EP 40 305 Singleton Sherman 40 298 0SJ 5021eincinnati hDISTRICT NO 5 Alliu Phil Tn r 336 I6 20 Allen Jennie 2 town lots 4 45 Ball B H 2 305 Bali Sanders 4 3 05 Bodkins James n r 50 2 00 Boles Thos n r 96 2 00 Bronstpu J G n r 50 2 98 Carpenter Willis 50 3 5 5 Carpenter Feldon 75 434 Centers D R xio 3 05 Centers Wm 10 3 05 Collins J Ii J6 4 5iDeese John 75 501 Delph Henry L 12 452- Durhani Morton K 40 3 5 349JFarHil 8iirs any 2 T75 French Jeptha i town lot 5 or Ga Jennie fni r 75 43J J AlilSbYJM 25 t o5 20f4IOltJ J r 1IK r S 50 Sheets PaperFor 50 Best Envelopes 5 cts Best Needles 1 cent a Paper CALICO 3tzc TO 5c A Yard Best 5 cent DOMESTIC on Earth UNa BAKER j1t Vernon Ky Gresham Mrs T ACn r 200 50 300- H 40 25 2853 Jones John 50 3 80 Jones Henry nr50 2 00 Lawson Mallie V r 75 445 May Charlie 50305Maricle Wm 30 305 Moore Ben 90 3 05 McNabb W 1 r i6p 5 6g Overbay J M v 50 3 30 Owens W M 75 3 30 RPoJnterPingleton Jas r 249 Reece Hagan 15 2 95 Robinson J W 3 2 go Rutherford Alex 50 3 55 Sullivan J Anr 75 4 45 Scott James 12 3 55 Townsend D WtI 3 05 Trox well J M 50 3 So Waddle Wm 50 3 05 Walker Sullivan n r 400 5 42 Wyrick Hamey 65 3 55 Walker Mrs DL n r 125 3 46 Leavell JB Sally 600 445 EISCRICT No6 Arnold heirs n r 25 I 75 Carr Burnett 70 3 55 Dyre John F 50 330 Evans Gentry 2 355 Goodin Ezekiel 44 355 Hall Eli 80 3 35 Jones Sarah J 130 3 46 Mink Win Samuel 57 2 98 Mink Rosalind 7 60 z 49 Moore John 50 355 Oliver E C 35 330 Sams Reuben 300 5 42 521TyreeWickliff heirs nr goo G 39 Whitaker Elizabeth 30 r So Whitaker Giles E 40 2 95 DISTRICT NO to Cash JN 1 86 942 DeBord W J Cn r5o 2 49 Hasty Catherine r25346 Hayes Josiah J 125 7 46 Head Thos Cn r 50 2 49I Henderson Susan 362 98 Hunt Jesephine 86- Meece 396 Lorinda 140 2 9 Mize Tilford 13- McXfemore 648 J S 100 5 50 Owens M C 60 50 Percifield pwco 32 405 DISTRICT NOS Baker Wms heirs 3 200 Blanton John 200 104 42IFarmer J B i town lot 5 02 Hall P J v r45 648 Hiatt A hi 50 274 2Houk49 Lunceford W Ji r 2 66 May field Thos f 60 3S o Mnddux heirs A 1So 42 JTitt sr Eliua heirs J 2 sab Jc9 Potts John Cn r r8 2 00 Reeber T A 65 298 Ross L D 75 3 55 Saylor W S i town lot 3 55 Thompson F 11Cn r S7 2 35 WaldenWH 1 I2 35 Wilraott N D 50 5 IH 200 350 f6 4 DISTRICT NO 1COLOR I IST Baxter Spicy n r 75 s 9S- Biatt Wm n rI town 2- lot t 2 49 Smith George j 66 4 77 Thomas RiclrdI 305 TTR IrATE S RC f HATT i T J werefin this vicinity Sunday Mr Henry Parkerson attened court at Lancaster Monday Mr Allen McHargue returned home from Wilton Ky Saturday John Boyd Sr who has been ill for some weeks is reported bet Miss Susie Adams a student of Berea College is with Home folks Mr Clemmie Sigman of Wildie was the guest of Tom Gentry Sun dayMr A C Hiatt has moved into his new dwelling near his store roomThe two year old child of Mrs Lou Jones is very low with brain trouble Mr Rice Frencl1of Copper Creekwas here Monday buying poultryMiss Sallie Fautner of Hazel Patch is the guest of Wm Adams and family George Jordon who has bee quite low for some days with fever is improving Miss Annie Parkerson and the Misses Hiatt were the guests of Miss Lina Coffey Sunday Mrs Mary Duvall and daughter tso at tersville and Berea STARTLING BUT TRUE If every one knew what a grand medicine Dr Kings New Life Pills is writes D H Turne- Dempseytown Pa youd sell all you have in a day Two weeks use has made a new m nof me Infallible for constipation stomachI and liver troubles 25C at gists There are 2655 counties in tl United States Texas has the largest number and delaware t smallest number three f BUV7G00dS CHEAP 1 Mens M Fine Corduroy Suits 55O to 600 Men sFine Overcoats S500 SuitsCheap Ladies Capes From 90c up MoneySameJ f LEVEL GREEN i Noon the Twenty 5th 1000900 jSttoro toMday yes and it raned al nile I bfur Betsy sed it didand she note al about sich things Now ef itwit only turn cold quit rainen sno so i can kil hogs ill be az thankful a mortel az you ever seed frer 2 good reazons mi corn hazI run short an iam outeu Uncle Bil kild a hog tother da it wer a plum corshun to se Bil 10anj in it out to hiz nabors Bill iz a mity generous harted good old sole so he iz espeshally so when he kilt a big fat hog in warm thar iz danger ov it spilen wetherII hands Now i tell you ces haz more to do in guveruing mans acts than habit this iz aI positif proof ov it We hav few local hapeniug to report The djuruIedover ElzyBub They furnished a mity heep ov amuzement fur the young peepil her but disgusted the better informed O i tell you one ov them cood out jump yes out holler a Bull Frog when he got ritely warmed up Well ef sich iz acceptable with a God ov decenl cy orde ill not It iz now hazapreparillldinner keeps on 111 pull turnips i hav sum ov the bigest you ever secd scusin ov punkins Wheat never looked prettyer- only we just haint got enuff ov it sone Corn iz so scace on the mar bushelnMay be theyll tote in sum ater a while to by kaughphy You see kaughphy like terbaker iz no longer a luxury but an absolute pretyestda with a chaw in her mouth This has bin anole fashiond wet day and the rane wil do good too Stock even drinkin water haz bin scace al fallA Sum springs hat bin dri a long time but the drool h Wellrwell its rainin again i am sorter afraid it will over do the thing yit afore it seaces I11any of the public schules close the exiles wil return i feel like i oughter hav teache d abutfier very tti me a i eveheZfGSAROh i7- r ORCHARDto W B Hausford of Manchester is here with friendsj r fqrIMiss Mat tie Beasley is in Lan caster the guest of Miss Annie Austin incessantlyfor the bank is at a standstill Mrs Rill Burdett of Brodhead visited her fathers family D C C tPaynes a few d ys since i Mrs Will Hughes of Mc Kin uey is visiting her father and moth er Mr and Mrs Win Watson Miss Sallie McWhorter who has KyisC A Snyder traveling sales man is at home for a few days with his mother Mrs Mary Rich ardBen Mason a colored boy was adjudged insane and taken to the Lakeland asylum by Marshall Rid die yesterday W C Pettus and bride who was the handsome MissAllie Fish fatherslMrs M E Branaugh formerly of Stanford has moved to ber sons heriin the future D B Riggs the cfficien music teacher of Thornton Indaccompanied by his wife and Jittle son Oscar are visiting the family of P M Condor The Baptist church is receiving a coat of paint which will add much to the outside appearance I thifik some of the members the writer included would be the better off with an inward cleansing Mrs Frazier of Madison county hasmoved into the property pur chased from D J Smith Mr Smith will have his new building completed in a few days till then his family will remain in the house with Mrs Frazier Mrs Macauley Mr and Mrs Steve Estes Mrs Patten and Miss Ermie Meiiifee spent a delightful day on Sunday last with Mr and Mrs Grove Cook and son John R who is familiarly known as Sub and who by the way is one of the best boys that was ever raised in Lincoln county He never left home but he told his mother where he was going and when he was seatIhasut tine S 1111 o- Yr 1 MtVernon Signal FRIDAY NOVEMBER 28 190 1 Jrublhed every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advcrthingrates made known n i application JI H HKNKINGEU Of Wayne county is a candidate for State Treasurer subject to tits action of the S r Democratic party iS AT a meeting ofthe State Demo r crafic Executive Coimiiittee held at Frankfort Rion lay and Tues day it was decided to call a Stale primary to be held on May the Qth 1903 to nominate the Democratic candidates for the nine State office- to be filled at the election in Nov ember 1903 Within an hour af ter the committee had reached its decision to call a State primary Mr Charles IvIMeacham execu tive committeeman for the Secon district who with Mr Ben D Rin go voted against the primary plan of nomination had secured a tem f orals restraining order from the Couuty Judge of Franklin county upon the grounds that the State Committee had no authority for t calling a primary that said pri r mary would entail an expense for which the committeemen would be liable under the statutes The = question will be brought before 1Judge Cantrill sometime within the next ten days and until then theeI will be no further steps u the matter The State Committee in its resolutions estimates at i 6000 the maximum total cost of a State primary the estimate being bused on their belief that in nearly eve y county in the State the elec tion officers would serve without compensation the usual amount 4 bting 2 each The committees estimate of the expense when prorated would amount to about one half the first years salary attached to each office to be divided among r 1 the candidates for such offices or in round numbers 3000 for Governor 2000 for Attorney General end the larger salaried offices and about 1200 for Superintendent of Public Instruction and Commis largeryy the number of candidates for any theofficeJ amount to be paid by each Under the rule a candidate without oppo- sitionp 1 would have to pay the full assessment against the office delivered in PhiladelIn a speech r Phia last week Senator Lodge said in part New questions and t very grave questions confront us The movement of the world is to ward consolidation The last cen tury was a century of political con jsolidation The United States Italy and Germany all consolidated in that period by the rude hand of war Now the economic forces which underlie the political tenden cy are moving in the same direc tion and during the last 20 years t With a vast accelerated speed Capital is consolidating on one side and labor on the other If extrem ist become masters of the move I smelltt we shall go spinning down ithe grooves of time to a disaster no man can adequately depict If the attempt is made to arrest theeco noniic forces in their natural move went by sudden and violent Incas ures there will come a crash which will shake the foundation of society If the attempt is made to say that a11 is well and nothing shall be done by anyone in any direction to control or regulate the operation of these forces the explosion and the wreck which will ensue will be even more violent In the magnanimity of his the editor of the Lexington Demo f crat thus speaks of a contempora ry which hadmade a most under + handed fight against him since h became a citizen of that place 47 There is nothing malicious intheJ cprorxjisilion ofne editor of ti7af trl l1ddolthing s oil tat FiiiirbL1 the mop ent thathe would trot do on calmer reflection hut he does wish a soul Jn the universe harm ilo matter how mUCH he may have Scott wronged Therefore he takes no delight and experiencesi no satisfaction because that the Herald proprietors havei LvhheIOn the contrary he deplores a re i thett can be easily settled outside of willikt1 ittapproached to make due puiends Interior Journal LIVINGSTON J E Singleton made a business trip to Pine Hill TuesdayF L herse Wednesday J C Hockr and W Mullins visited the Hocker fam 1C at Pittsburg Miss Hattie is visiting her sister Mrs Nellie Haver at Newark O WilliamdTubbs were hunting near Maretburg Monday 1V W Wright and A N Bentley were in Stanford Vedursda3 Mrs Mahala Carson returned home from Level Green Sunday Miss Sarah Wailen was the guest of Mrs Lou Howell last yeekI Mr and Mss D Cummins of Maretburg arevisiting Mrs J C Mullins Oscar Catron was a guest at the Mullins Hotel Tues day en route from Berea to his home in Pulaski county Uncle Ashley Owens is on the sick list this week and is very feh1eUn cle Joe Sambrook ana Slat Ford are sickThe Woolsori Spice Co flooded our town with samples of Lion Coffee last week Would be glad if they would come every day Dan Quinn and family left Wednesday night for their new home in W VaMiss Annie Ba ker is visiting friends at Mt Ver nonProf Fulton has organized a cllass in penmanship and will remain here for a couple ofweeks All the land surrounding the old Piney Branch coal banks have been optioned and prospecting has com menced They have found coal in several places 36 and 40 inches thick The coal is very fine grade some of it being cannel coalThe dance at Callowar Hall Wednesday evening was well attended Everybody had a good time Grant Ba ker wife and son Fredof Mt Vernon were the guests of Mr and Mrs J W Baker Sunday Charles Chandler of Pittsburg was in town Monda Jihi Hunt and R B Mullins of Mi Vernon were here last ridayLutlier Jarrett of Brodhead was in town WednesdayS Bob Wilmott of Brodhead is in townBill Baker is attending U S Court at London this week R L Deen collector for Brooks Mead Co was here Wednesday Mrs Ollie Murphy is visiting friend and relatives at Rowland Miss Aiigie Poynter has returned home from Oswego Tcnn Misses Nora and Villie Tubbs returned home from Altamont Saturday Mrs Ed Woodall visited Mrs Atherton at Louisville Sunday and Monday After a pleasant visit with her many friends Mrs Carl Moore returned Sunday to her home in Louisville Miss Bertina Mullins is suffering with av verv painful finger caused by a fellon Mrs Jos Meirs of Stanford is here visiting her mother Mrs Francis Mershon and family Bishop Burton of Lexington was the guest of Dr J S and MrsI Tuesday He held Episcc dlpalservlcesevening at the Presbyterian church visitingr Loutisville = diss Lela returned to her home at Edenton last Saturday after air extended LewiseDiliion JMiss pearl Cable returned lo her Ql1 eat Rowland SaturdayMrt And Mrs lullAI children spout Ihxn sbt ling day with relatives a Videlips Jolt Magee t it incd Mrs J Ci Rinehaitaiid r id Mrs rI dtnterIuesay 1Lt i ry nevds o f JohnrGrav l Kiry io heart of hir ser cu 1t of tsohoid fercr at PAIS Juis cHickthe runiuingwho is ill of typhoUl fevfer n this home ni Covington MhS IrreH of Allamont was the guest of Mis Doan at the River MansionMissr Miss Jennie Hiunmoncihas been quite sick this Week but is souu acidfcl a visit at Eiizibethtovn Russell Diliion visiled his family at May wood Sunday and MondayMiss Ella May Saunclers was a guest of her aunt II sV R Dillon a few days this veeV z CASTORFor Infants and Children BoughtISignatnro of tlrG a1 M McHany Greenville Tex writes Nov 2nd roeFI had rheumatism last winter was down in bed six weeks tried everything but got uo relief till a friend gave me a part of a bottle of Ballards Snow Liniment T used itsalid got two more bottles Itcured me and 1 havent felt any rheumatism since I can recommend Snow Linimentto be the best liniment on earth for rheumatism For rheumatic sciatic or neuralgic pains rub in Ballards Snow Liniment you will not suffer long but will be gratified with a speedy and effective cure a5C SOC and 1 at Chas C Davis 000Willis J Bailey who was elected Governor of Kansas at the last election wants a wife to preside over the new 70000 executive mansion but he cant find one Mr Rail y claims to have extend ed his search into every county of the State in his campaign tour but without success It 15 said that he made an antielection promise to marry a Kansas gill when he be came Governor but that he has been released from his promise and toitlt iofitIli i lMiiil ii l will find a wife Governorelect Bailey claims he cannot even vith State restriction removed but there must be more than one eligible women in the United States willing to be the wife of a Govern or and occupy a 70000 home e In e h pound package of 0 i i t ti Ncrhya I 9 n ne V until Christmas will j i i irco game musing tractive ro different I r tswl a Frsc Game C r 01 6Ixcr 1T = ADDITIONAL LOCAL The little 9 year old clmsjhfer of Mr and Mrs D Bryit dud at Lebanon Junction csttrdvy and will be buried at the Bryant bury inn groundwo tulles East of town at 3 ocl uck this p m 0Mr tttt S inss Pearl Mullins weremarriedhere ester day Judge Lewis officiating AtJ ers of the county They have the very Jest wishes of the viiGtfAi At the Master Commissioners sale Monday of the real estate of the late James Houkthe dwelling ion Main street between Mr J L Joplin and Dr S C Davis was 63Ststreet was purchased by Judge S D Lewis forIi3 and the 13 acre tract lying back of the homestead went to H L Tate for 100 tA Fayette woman according to Ithe Salisbury PressSpectator suspected that her husband was in the habit of kissing the hired girl aiid resolved to detect him in the act passigirl was out and the kitchen was dark The jealous wife took a few matches in her hand and hastily placing tne1back a shawl over her head as seized and kissed and embraced in an ardent m neJAlit7 heart al most bursting the wife prepared to administer a terrible rebuke tp the faithless spouse and tearing herself away from his fond embraceI she struck a match and to face withthe hired hand 1Yr7 JehrF LJ rI7lh ip yourjellytheta by the new way SealI iibeoiutcly snro wayby thin coatini or Pnro j 1noair tlht and acid ro rf FLisilvunrsliorf Iwn3Full directions with IIlg OIL CrI BRODHEAD 0 Dave Hurt one of the best sec tion foremenon the L eL N sys tern and so regarded by his supe Mr and Mrs Grant Sigman of Corbin are visiting the family of Mr John Sigman r Mrs Josh Dunn attended the funeral of Mrs Gaines at Lancas ter Tuesday The Methodist church will give box supper on theniht of Dec Ia G S w Snapfi n 0I I mfo3S IAer waWe know theV make wood cct i s theiwi Svcvaald rict cce1t t their exclush c local a 1CY cr t are tz order from he h late Tve guarantee clothes r sde by Scrtuss Bros i ill give sstlsfacffen ljt They fit end wear well Prices areJar 4I t us takcyour njeastire It IPHONE66 manf iuspeci ItCOXr J W ra r y f1ti The 1thd Ten tistT AIrrry JmIlt auti ivilcii iaa been lu TI5a fer over O yru jrj bomo the sijrnatwrc of y = iqis been mrdo F1tltiCikt3l i peir hf semi Sttti viicfli since its iufkiicy a 5 1r AUavnooiietcdeccfv au ill this AJJ Connterfoiis TrmteitJor aiul Jifttas ffo ate but Msperiafeepis tLrt Ul Iis tvith u endanger the Ii a tli ot Izi atii aiid aliaayct t licperimeat TWht ft Is CASTORgA Ciastori S3 a lumtcss substitute for Castor OU3 Pare g orie 1Drops anti CuoiDthigr Syrtsn It hi tanatl11tdGiuhiS i cciBtcr Opfcra 5= rphiie nor other rcesu- 1IMtaalet Its ae in it1 J caarautcc It destroys Worms and allays Per ii3i c3s It cures Dlarrlcea and lYind Colle It relievos TeeUiing Troubles curt Constipation anl FJataiescy It assimilates the IFoocl regulates tlio Stumach and Bowels giyiu Iicaltliy and natural sleep The Childrens jfcauaceo T2ie BJotliers Frlcaid CSSKUiKIS CATORA A WAVS Bears the Signature of isa fZt44 t7 ij The Kind Yon Have Always Bought n Use For Over 30 Years TSZ T7 KUSRY 3 q at 9f rft i tt j z iFl ferrI nrt i 3fJ7 ft Ji iS if itJ trn N Ht11 g A 4 MtJt1 Itt il1 t t 1 no ot fix- f itt 1 t rIJAk 1 a f i il9 r r ttM rtpTuJi rttl i J 11aor iMemphisfirstFor oneway tickets I I ilaff the Oiu Way Rate Dks 24w Iro nd trtp tickets one fare plus 200 to points in Missouri n s Louisiana Texas Oklahoma and Indian a 1 rite for partIculars and cost of ticket from your home Tha Cotton k1t run soa tbronch tams rr T xaseo with toWImost WestImodern and comfortable cart reed trains raaka ncs our hnndwc lratrsted booklets llomtli to the nthweet aid ClmettnPawns si Aflcri Cis ciiiiati Q kG crai Pass and T Cert At4 StLGtip iII ra V r or ft 8 I12il Jrj on5 t J pIIEws They cure constipationa bowes but regular action cannot be secured until jai the secretes enough bile to make the intestines E liverDI execute their natural functions 4ST Unnat 9attainoral itaticnm d byCatitartyConlrCls H J I1 II 4artson the ChillryCfYandFever every form of IntrrInutting Fevers by going to the seat of the t1jI trouble works permanent cure i FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLEf At Chas C Davis i Drugstore 7 ry m D I RrO ed toIPHysician and Practical WILL BE AT TH- EHes r HotelWEDNESDAY DECEMBER ONE DAY ONLY arrwsltlgivein eye iwtu op temple smarting or burning sensation ihr or I libou eye DON T aotfteirt your CHILDRENS Y S Difficult tapes 50 ted OFFICE houro9 am to 4 p m HciI IMILLER HOTKU Mt Vernon LUCK IN THIRTEEN By sending 13 miles Wm Spire of Walton Furnace l fe ata box f Buck ns Arnica SftiveT that AvhoHy coxed o lioprifale Fetei cre fl his l ITQtlii else fItsitvelUlcers Eruptions Boils B r S- Corns and Piles Qnlyssb Gugr- anteed by all druggists James S A Gibbs inverntor of sewing rllilnlearlih his 1s letid YOUR JOB WORK TO kkH SIGNAL OFFICE 5 temporarily ty agitating the and and the t fi JONeS Watchmaker and Jeweler iI ALL JEWELRY REPAIRING NEATLY DOt E An Apprenticeship of 3 ycnr tinder i skilled work nail is my recommendation TERMS rt sort ible and All work warranted Ciit D C Poynters Store Main jtrcc FFH ytutXralYOuc atIJt Mt Vernon Sign a- qa I VERNON KY NoV28 190 781 r can up No 70 v1 hori you vVMit to Cointxiutii cato with SIGNAL 79 t a O mLOUISVILLE t NASHVILLE R R Co TIME TABLE 24 north 1055 a 26 north 122 fl J23 south 200 p m 55 South h 122 ami 7 AS LANDRUM Agent I Phone No 58 Entered at tbs Mt Verntj Ky PcstoSce us Ice onoclass mail matter 1r PERSONALS 0 I jH Fish is visiting relatives in Lexington Mrs Cleo Brown spent yester- f day with homefolks Burdett Whitehead was up from Livingston yesterday Rev A Ewers has been in Indi ana for the past few days rbt Mrs Johnson of near Orlando remains ill of typhoid fever Mrs SL Whitehead of Nortonh i Va is visiting relatives Mrs A Penning hat been very sick for several says with fever J E Honk and E B Cox went to Louisvjlle Tuesday to buy goods Mrs W W Grimes of Lexing ton is visiting her brother S Cj FranklinIa meeting Fish Smith of Paint Lick are building up a nice trade in timber in this county Miss Risse Williams came home from Lexington Wednesda to spend Thanksgiving 1 The little daughter of Mr and Mrs R L Jones has brain fever and t its recovery is doubtful Mrs Mary Carter and Miss Georgie Creed left Monday for Bessemer Ala to visit relatives Fritz Krueger has moved into the house formerly occupied by James Houk Jr on old Main st Cashier W L Richards and oth ers went to Livingston yesterday to eat turkey at Riverside Mansion Mrs T J Hackley of Lincoln and two daughters have been on a six weeks visit to relives at Cleve land Va Col S G Sharp U S Marshal t for the Eastern Kentucky district r spent Friday and Saturday here hunting Attorney John W Brown was in Lexington Wednesday and re ports the condition of Judge Me Clure unchangedsH Norman the Paint Lick negro dwarf was born in 1798 and there fore has the distinction of haviu lived in three centuries Mr George Hiatt was in Lau caster Monday He seems to have lots of business over in the goodly state of Garrard here of late The Rev W B Estes of Rock hold who has been in a meeting in iEulasi county stopped here on his t way home and left his subscription for the SIGNAL C C Colmesnil for many ears t naail agent on this division died at the Lakeland asylum first of theI week He brother of was a c iiam Colmesni anold conductor s whom many of our people remem bet as one of the first pass conductors to run into Mt ngerI c more than 30 years ago John Nevius of Stanford w Here Wednesday John was i about1arranging occurance wjiich took place while here some might think he was rjyjcta little off his balance b fv4such was uot the case and we war to say that noching was done to p J1 show him anything else than th t high type ota noun g man WhCllti lie has always proven totbe III zn Mrs Rigsby of PreachersvilleI was up first of the week the guest of the family of Rev J C Carmi = cal Miss Sallie Carmical accom21 parried her home Wednesday to spend two weeks i I LOCALS 0jenterprises Ping has typhoid fever Federal court began at London Monday 1Fresl1 at6Ir an am7r 2 cents RpckcastleIt snow of theseason fell here Thanksgiving day The First Kentucky soldier boys will get their money in about three weeks LOST =Blocks tackle and rope Please return to telephone exchange Ben Sutton of this county was convicted of perjury atrLondoirv Wednesday Mrs J A Landrum divided a great pumpkin among ticr neighbor to make pumpkin pies Aunt Katie Bullock of Skaggs presented Dr S C Davis er family physician with a turnip weighing S poundstoA special term of the Rockcastle Circuit Court will be called Dec nth to last one week Nothing but civil business will be tried Considerable delay is beingl caused in shipments throughout the country on account of so much business and the scarcity of cars Judge Lewis had a case by telephone from Brush Creek a few days since party confessedand was fined to amount of6 Drunk on the highway Patronize your home merchants as far as possible by so doing you have a 9aa portion ofJ your money again Ifyou send it away you dont r ctheniture to be found anywhere i pastern Kentucky If you don nlime believe it go and set for yours lf 1024 tfaIn this issue appears the list of the Sheriffs land sales for taxes It would be well for those who have not already settled their taxes to read the list carefully and see if you are included in the list An eight year old child Of Jam Bradley living in Level Greent Itkneeand Lawrence were called in operIabonS C Franklin jeweler ginseng nurseryman and expert garduer has the thanks of the writer fttobunches of excelleiit colorw of his own raising He and Dr Ewers are successful growers of gaIf anyone has found where meteor of Nov 5th fell theI notify this office Several bpedBred yards ireJUl our court bons morningReports State and from Virginia and Penn sylvauia show that the visitor ap pearcd to fall at more than 1vochundred different places Editor Louis Landrum ever q1straNmes pretty that the Louisville Southern viii eztendit line into Danville yet Louis i still of the opinion that if pie sin ihat1TGarrard foriif asdamilYjIS in Pincluding thte Catan family should be cctthotaott tx r more especiTIy their 1ofper 4 Look over the ads of liier chants and others in ojiir paper Patronize them Slid you will be benefited We regret to ever have to leave Dirt anrofour correspondence but owing to the late hour which on Conway Pine Hill and Wildie nosy S arrived it was impossible to get it inVe would suggest that correspondents get their news in as blearly1itappears that the town Board 6f Trustees has gone into the work dtuvery citizen to lend a helping hand toward assisting in carryln out the plans of work for improve inent and betterment of our streets roads etc Every law abiding citi zen should assist and uphold the trustees in their efforts to improve the town and its interests as they the trustees receive nota cent for their services giving their time when it is often sacrificin adIvaucingDont be a kicking before you ju 5atr the situation While some of the administrations in the past are alleged to have been 1ax or negligent iu their duties is no reason for any citizen to attempt to throw stumbling blocks iu the way of the present board We are informed that the board is proceed ing on legal lines under advice o wn attorney and propose to carry teIgardlegrumblers who are always against progress law and order Better proglress Lsloneings expenditures etc which r will be open asu public record The gentlemen composing the Board of Trustees are solid busiI ness men and will do every thing in their power for the upbuilding of our town and community A new route for a read out Vernon leading to Skaggs cr eks under consideration by the laTheer of D G Poynters lot on old Blainstreet passing along the of the property of the late James Honk and Mrs Ann Fish thence through a 13 acre tract now owned by H L Tate reach ing the top of the bi lon an easyI grade This is a very important tV move for our town and should be pushed for many reasons one the main ones being the amount of litsUhasccuragemeut to lumbermen con tractors teamsters and others who wished to do business with our town much of their traffic going to other points for ckofroad f cil encouragr e our u could and should offer illour at people do Let the Mt Vernon business and progressional men get together on understanding that they are working for the upbuilding of the ton and their business of course not of a dog eat dog affair We alls oreIteebhis chance or show and everyone e1uo THe jealousies between mer chants and other business meutipeoijiily in the small tovj n sMi7 t aJidea and should be abandoned tlsII aSJ Iof rei and to pay it but proc cdail along the line thai IcotherIio some better by his customer than others who dont keep atep t h the line of pr grcsslf taks dUally line of business 1 The hen has proved agT a peacemaker in thousands ofjfaruii throughout this great country for many months on account of f h big prices for her product Ph Good housewife cant afford to use ttjgm on tneablebt5euds tbelirmarket wh chi Qrte of privileges and the oldvman keeps miini iecause lie knows he his tot11 t +Q fI0S + ++ee r gO n11 fc 1 r- Ott 1r J R- PN SOCIETYIr rli WALTER A TICE r t ODYlig iDOl by Y7 A TCetf10 i 1t Major Wvfcit hurl always been considered n odd old chap He invaria y did tlios e things which were not expected hull left undone those things for which his friends felt they hail a right to look Even on the Stock Ex c lUngt vbere he lad amassed a for ne Uo speculated ou lines directly opposed to current reports iliagior year at college an unconscionable amount of debt iustdad of adoptiugthe customary parental tactics he prompt ly paid the hills and doubled the young fellows allowance Wiser the boy have his fun he de clared This is his last year iu col lege Why I sowed a few oats my sclf at that age and look at me owP Cut when a few years later Bertram cagheld their breath and waited for the deluge of fatherly wrath Srrely Major Wright who traced his geneal lverii ly pride aid parental affection ail would relxJ against the iaesnllia ce- But again did the majors proverbial contrariness assert itself He received the bride with open arms Not so the social set in which the Wrights had always snored Conserv shionIreceivefyoung Mrs Wright in spite of the fact that the majors wife uovr gene to her long rest had been their lender in her day and the old Wright mansion a favorite rallying ground before Bertram was born The new Mrsr Wright had once played boy roles had worn II ere the speakers voice would be discreetly lowered and a feeling of prosIpeetsAs for the major he seemed to grow young again In the invigorating society of his new found daughter who raga charming girl and felt a genuine af fection for the dear Dillchap who had IlisIpy became her objqct in life Their wishes were first in the household and the major became her devoted slightestofon l husband was promptly reseated and atoned for by some delicate courtesy w on tine part of the littloI olttfwoman in the city sirs And the menwho tact her agreed anai11PCIlIrand carefully iefrafned from leavfiig cards v The major for the time was so hap y that he did not notice the social ostra gasobeing subjected and the younger mem hers of the family were tai thoughtful Ito bring the condition to his atteu Halt When he finally woke up to a realization of the situation he was Yolinny olio least of all with the two peo lie essential to his hnpptaess Instead of talking he wrote out a handsome etEtratnIa t suinmerr 3 I7E felt sure some solution cf the proUloin weild piese dlvseTiee Rut alas the Jay of their honioeoihs jorithQtlyoung nop In the society columns of the daily pa pets he teal read that Mrs Edmund A Gilder was to give the first impor taut social function of thC ensuing sea a dancing party The Gilder ball room was the pride of the s dnl world oaexIt trio beauty of the yotingtst daughter tinsetor newspaper gossip And ilajoj Wright sat in his library lingering an oblong creamy envelope directed to Major WSuslow A WrfRhfcf Only ione invitation and Btrtfran and Ber thatItHe tossed the Invitation tin leis desk and walked down to his tttstormf wrath seething illlisTarin loving heart Before he settled dnvru to busi nde1trant a l tcith jn riant Deliver Lniiuediately written acrtws one Major Wrtgiit fIe jtop Hy int rjiad itt hurl ic11r thoii ajjain c reru l and third timp ritareilrber6Tsls fhin before L These virds met Ws cyeai J3Iy Dear Wriglit JForr Qed a s fe Ll ate b C N and lil amsiort but 3JO sttor retadd if I nt got theta Im a ttjnstli iQttv iPyWy price Make vpar own terras FBnjNoA GIIn 1IMajor Wright told the messenger o jwait lye minutes iu the main officer thanghteFor a long tinie thecc had been ru aurs on the s rct that tilt firm of Miler C Son hatliosthonTHy In the oi pre of a Belgium syndicate Jut invitations for rise ball hafl dontf v 5 z ACTAT ONCE t t Ruo 10 f e IfJOOt Hav You Heard of 1 The I- 20rri I Oenfory lowPticesl T IFNOT CALLAT Jf Kru 0 er f SonsI No RoDin P jierg to QuoteI 1 tSUFFICIENT TO SAY I Ever tjilpg il Ladies I cW fl Beats FuiTiisiis I AT lowest PricesI Complete y Rii 7 s IVnter vomlri2 SC g IHow sYour Boy or tA 1 r- AaeI theyFlxedfof the Winter i ir fju 8liNIi iIIiJ RioPd General Line best Gro ceries and HARDWARE v nugIllIAt Reasonable Prices THE B NK OF flT llElLfION fMTVERNON KY OPENED 1900 l CAPITAL8TOCKJ 15 000oonutejn C C WILLIAMS PRES JAS T ADAMS VICEPUBS W L RICHARDS CAS R A B FURBISH ASST CASs DIRECTORS =Jonas McKenzie Geo Livesay A T Fish S H Martin Rod Perry Vincent Boreiug E Houk We solicit accounts of firms and individuals Cmreiul atten tion is given collections entrusted to us Our friends aad patron apoinvited to can when in town Phone No 55 GO TO EItlr1lf for Everything m r1D C9e I Glbcliiag Boots and Slices arGenera1 Merchandise BEST GOODS AT LOWEST PRICBS Phone No 83 vvLLJ GRiFFlNPractical Undertime and FUNERAL DIRECTOR Mt Vernon Kv Stock FINE HEAKSE Attaslea Gfen furnish Metelic Caskets aindt liave Embalming done on short notice Come audsee me anything 1 havenot got can get for you on first train that leave the city RDERSbYlile PrmptlyFillcclJI Phone No 6 yl i AQaVe DM- Te g i iliace to Obtain F fe l1 prugEl 4AtSO Patent Medicines ofaIl Ivin Ferfeniery Stationery Toilet Articlesr 6r ABS ND T0BACCO i1ill tricl is y allhoursPholie Ho 64 rwl L Bargainsr 9ffeEt t trc7-g1 ounds granulated Sugar 25cts 2 pound roasted coffee 5 cts bar Rig Deal soap 2 I2 ets t gitl10n bucket 10ets 2 pounds sodau 2 12ct 12 gnllon lest oil e 5 cts 14 pound best tea i5cts 12 pounds good lo111w 25 cts pound lald I0cts IL r Total sioa r Hotel Frith R L COLLIER Propr Located at the Depots gzco BRODHEAD KY j GOOD LIVERY ATTACHED Meet all Trains Day and Night Traveling Men and Railroad men Solicited Will furnish Lunches for all trains i The VerandaHotel t JOSEPH COFFEY PROPR Stanford Ky Specially equipped for traveling men Sample room out floor Bathrooms free to guests RATKS 200 per day W M Francisco MONUMENTAL WORKS Brodbead Ky =Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones ALL WORK FIRSTCLASS SATISFACTION GIVEN J Ii M L MYERS Dentist MT VERNON KY FIRSTCLASS WORK r OFFICEIn the Krueger new r brick i PHONE No 73 zs C C Williams ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KY JSSOFFICE On 2nd floor of The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church street Special attention given to collections Phone No So Miller House HUGH MILLER PROPRIE- TORHeadquarters for Commercial Men fiSTPorter at all trainsS t Insurance of all kindsCall at the Signal Mt Vernon RY1ftTf Under ciJc r T Embalmer I cl5QIDjlete LINE of Caskets Hobesjc Qrdeis by Telephone attend ed promptly v Stanf1af d Ky julyiS tr M3 VERNON DIRECTORY COURT CALENDAR COUNTY COURT Fourth Mon day in each month- QUARTERLY COURT Fiist Mon day in each month CIRCUIT COURT Second Monday in FourthFebruary Monday in May and Third Monday in Sep tember MT VERNON POLICE COURT Third Monday in each month CHURCHES Services at the Christian GburJIT Preach lug 1st k 3rl Sundajs at 11 am and at 730 p Sunday School 930i IJDU every Sunday ji Prayer Meeting Every Thursd ay 730 pm The public are cordially Invited to attend all services DAVID IIARTSFlELD Paster Presbyterian Holds services on the 4th Sunday morning and evening prestand evening in eachmonth f Baptist Church Services on the Third Saturday night and Sunday Sunday School at 9 a m every Sunday Prayer meeting oa Tuesday nights IMASONIC Ashland Lodge No 640 meets 4th Mon day 10 A m 2S9MT VERNON Ji A CHAPTER No 140 MEETS every FOURTH MONDAY at 2 p in MACCAQE- EKOT MTEST Jfo r1 meets every 1st and3rd Monday at 730 pm JASEIIOUK Com J J PING R K r e i New Fast Train T- OCOLORADO UTAH PACIFIC COAST In effect Sunday May igth The new train will leave St Louis 900 a m daily the eveninglrain to same points 1010 p m daily Through sleeping car service be tween St Louis San Francisco and Northwestern points Only line that does a twice daily Excursion tickets now on sale For further information address R T G Matthews T P A Louisville Ky H TOWNSEND Genl Passr and Tkt AgtySt Louis Mrs George Doan died at Pine Hill Monday of hemorrhage of lungsThe contest over the will of Mrs Ellen L Ditto has been withdrawn for the present The estate goes toMrs James V Ga rison ai d js worth QVer20OP i t t v tlit 2 v BARGAINS INS Furniture Shoes and Boots Clothing Ladies Jackets DRY GOODS GROCERIES FLOUR Feed Saddlery and Harness r 10UR STOCKis complete at prices to interest theIclosest buyers lOur Terms dash or Produce lOur Motto Houk Phone 75 OLD IRON WANTED ITHE Land Stock and Crop 0A correspondent in the Indiana Farmer says he has mearured thousands of bushels of corn by the following rule and in cases when it was afterward weighed proved satisfactory There is no rule by measurement that will prove exact as so much depends upon the vari ety and quality of the corn Re duce the inside measurement of your crib to cubic inches and di vide amount by 4300 and your quotient will be the number of bush elseThe rule is based ou the fact that there are 2 ISO cubic inches in a bushel ignoring a small fraction Now estimate 2 bushel of ears for i of shelled corn there fore divide by double the amount of cubic inches in a bushel 4300 and I have always been willing to buy or sell on this basis where it was impracticable to weigh Your crib 20 by 10 by 5 by this rule would contain 401 bushels plus a fractionJno and Joe B Robinson sold two car loads of 1350 ft cattle to B F Saunders for Nov delivery at 560 per cwtLancaster Rec ordHenry Hopkins sold to Mr Hedges of North Middletown 40 feeding cattle 14 10 and 5 to Fox and Aldridge of Winchester at 3 25 Owingsville Outlook At Hutchinson K H Clayi brook purchased 200 barrels of corn at 2 deliverod of J Sanders H V Thompson and J T Estes bought of Smith Ship 600 shocks of corn at 2 15 per barrel Pens Kentuckian Lloyd Ashurst bought of difier nt parties 40 feeding cattle weight 1100 pounds at 4 20 Brooks Clay has bought of Thomas McClintock Son of Millerburg 20 head of 1050 pound cattle at 454 cent51Ir Kenton of Nicholas county bought of the same parties 4 at 4 2 ctsParis News Earl Ferguson bought of Jonas Veil 100 feeding cattle weight premiIumbought of Simon Weil 20 head of i 050 pound cattle at 4 20 Thos Henry Clay sold to L Joseph 367 export Cattle this week They averaged 1150 pounds and brougt sUe or about 33ooo for the lot Paris Kentuckian- M J Farris bought this week 23 head of 6oolb cattle at325 pe- rcwtVmHudson of Adair bought 34 8oolb cattle here Monday of Dave Dunnof Richmond at 3 25 per hundred Thomas Metcalfe sold to the Curry Grocery Co 75 tons of mixed hay at 12 and to Meier Huffman of Danville some butcher stuff at 334 centsDanville Advocate John Pal sons sold three horses 335IWill StoIi ham a miner overcome bygasvJJi1eatw9rk illl artiiirie In Belll counts and died 7 1IwYe Adams j STARTLING SURPRISE Very few could believe in looking at A T Hoadley a healthy robust blacksmith of Tilden Ind that for ten years he suffered such tortures from Rheumatism as few could endure and live But a wonderful change followed his tak botItIand I have not felt a twinge in over a yearThey regulate the Kidneys purify the blood and cure Rheumatism Neuralgia Nervous ness improve digestion and give perfict health Try them Only 5octs at all druggists A granite tablet remarked the moralist is a splendid thin to perpetuate ones memory Yes replied the demoralizer but personally I paefer a strin around rot finger v Mrs Wassling Did your bus band get anything from the rail road company for the scalp woun d he received when he was iij th wreckMrs PembertineNo The attorney of the road said it served him right for buying a scalpers ticket Loss of Flesh IWhen you cant eat break Scotts Emulsion When you cant eat bread and butter take Scotts Emulsion When you have been living on a milk diet and want something a little more nourishing take Scotts EmulsionTo fat you must eat fat Scotts Emulsion is a great fattener a great strength giverIThose who have lost fl sh- vant to increase anbody tissues not only fat Scotts Emulsion increases them all bone fiesh blood arid nerveFor invalids for convalescents for consumptives for weak children for all who need flesh Scotts Emulsion is a rich and com fortsbie food anda natural tonictScotts Emulsionjor bone flesh blood and nerve We will sencf7you a free sample Ppicturein thewrappcrof every bottle of JSCOTT 50c and f ell druggists t 5Wy f = i = ta 1 n ji rh UfJ ill sj y fitf1 OfJt pecaf2vOO Offer 10 pounds granulated sugar 50 cts 1 rfduiid best roasted coffee 15 cts 2 bats Big Deal soap 5 cts 1 anil a half gallon bucket 10 cts 4 pounds soda 5 cts I gallon best oil Io eft p i half gallon buckets M = f 5 cts 12 pound best tea ctsaI sack good flour 50 cbfJa pounds lard 20 cts Total 200 t SCRAPSo BY JET The Board of Women Managers of the St Louis Exposition has up to date eight VicePresidents and there are several prominent ladies not provided for It will be remem bered that Artemus Wards mili tary company was composed en tirely of officers land there is no record that it was not a great suc cess There is no middle road for vir tue to travel Men betray their daughter with sighs women conceal their sighs with laughter womansgfaith i her husband to hear that he has gone into politics hairgcan fix it up so that it down at the first possible chance Let a woman spend all the money she wants and if she has any other hereIn a clinic at one of the medical colleges yesterday afternoon the operating physician showed the as semblage of students a good way to cure instantly a cough or an at tack of hiccoughing A patient was wheeled in who happened to be coughing violently The physician said to him Push your tongue out as far as you can and press it hard against your lower lip and chin The patient did as he was told and his cough ceased This little trick gentlemen the physician said rarely fails It is quite as efficacious in cases of hiccoughs as in cases of coughing I advise you all to note it down New York Press Rep The exclusive report in last Mondays New York Press that the coal operators Were aware that they bad lost their case is confirmed by their action now in seeking to settle it lout of court They will not wait for the decision of the Arbitration Commission but are willing to con announcIedcent increase of pay and trade agreements between the miners and the companies employing them It is a complete backdown What then were the operators holding out for from the start Since they i do not await the decision of the Arbitration Commission did they ncfhave It in mind from the begin ning that the cause of the miners was sufficiently just or sufficiently strong tot compel the combine to gfaiit concessions to them WORN DESTROYER Whites Cream Vermifuge not only kills worms but removes the mucus aislime in which they build their nests it brings Jand thexuickl3body here worms can not exist 25c1alehasre Davis t t eo K Y N STATE OF OHIO CITY OF TOLEDO S LUCAS COUNTY J FKAXK J CHENEY makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of F J CIIENEY h CO doing business hi the city of Toledo county and State aforesaid and that eeid firmwill pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of CA TARRH that cauuot be cured by the use of HALLS CATARRH CURE FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed imypresence this 6th day of December A D 1SS6 1 i SEAL A W GLEASON Notary Public Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Senl for testimo nials free- Address F r CHENEY S Co Toledo O bold by all Druggists 75c Halls 1 amily Pills arc the best FLAMESI theIItsIthat way when you neglect coughs and colds Dont do it Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption gives perfect protection against all Throat Chest and Lung Troubles X Keep it near and avoid suffering death and doctors bills A tea spoonful stops a late cough per sistent use the mest stubborn Harmless and nice tasting its guaranteed to satisfy by all drug gists Price 5oc and 100 Trial bottles free BEST LINIMENT ON EARTH forithe waters of Brush Crek two miles north of Level Greene Good house and outbuildings Orchard easyForHenry Catron Level Green Ky tf BEAUTIFUL CLEAR SKIES infiuenceIpurifying and strengthening these organs and maintaining them in a normal condition of health thus re moving a common cause of yellow mothy greasy skin and more or less of pimples blotches and black beads 5oc at Chas C Davis Coughs I tIIiP coughforbottles of Ayers Cherry PvotoraT large size and it cured her com pletely J H Burg Macon Col ProbablyyouEtnaraF IIievecoughs except deep onevl The medicine that has been curing the worst of deep coughs for sixty CherryPectoral Three sizes 25e5 cI ntilf tttheaknaweLeaveJ C AYEIi CO Lowell Mass r