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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i ir t- w i9- 1Established 1887 VOLUME MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY DECEMBER 1ti1901 XVM1JEK 12 nI e r rY x t r I XmasANDA f I t T i i r to Never has a bigger or better stock of TOYS andnever so fine CHINAWAREt Wei feelsure we can please you better than ever before Come before the rush begins You Itavea more complete jstock to select Jr from betteratten-tionDOLLS AND DOLL HEADS Dolls until you cant rest We tan sell you more doll for your money than ever before big dolls for little price Fine dr sjed dolls good kid body dolls and numerous other kinds of dolls GIRLS TOYSi ti Dull Houses Tables Chairs Beds Cradles Furniture Sets Pastry Sets Bureaus China Closets Sideboards Fur nished Beds Trunks Pianos Fans Parasols and no end of other things We can set yonr doll npin housekeeping from cellar to carroteI V BOYS TOYS Steel Wagons Wooden Wagons and Carts all Steel Lanternmany thisgs useful r TOYS FOR EVERYBODY Books Building and Alphabet Blocks Birds and Animals in Cloth and China orns Elephants Monkeys Lots of Iron toys the hardio break kind Mechanical Toys some of the funniest things you ever saw Automobiles Ac robats etc Garden Sets Shovel Hoe and Rake 10 and 25 cents per set LAMPS Nothing is more appropriate for a nice Xmas gift than f Va good Lamp and in this line our stock is unlimited MANICURE SETS of all kinds at the most seas- onablePrice These are only a few of the many things we hove J Early and Avoid the Rush c i t HoukAdamsMtl 1PAPEi1 13 TORN Iib I 1i nltftn i jign lt = I 1TA GROUP OF LIVINGSTONS Prominent Business and Professional MenI H W BOWMAN E L COCKRELL Bowman Cockrell is one of the largest lumber firms in Eastern Kentucky Besides this they also c irry a large stock of general merchandise JOHN W BAKER One of Livingstons most prominent business men Mr Batter recently sold the store room in which Be is now doing business and there has been some considerable anxiety felt among his friends whether he intended to remain in Livingston or not But whatever his steps may be knowing him to be the splendid busi ness man that he is we are sure that it will be for the best DR W 7 CHILDRESS Who is making a great success with his chosen profession JOHN A MULLINSI Who since closing out his store a short lime ago has been tatting life easy ButJohn is a natural born hustler and by putting in half time can do more than many who put in the full year J C HOOKER Of the firm of I C Hooker R Co They carry ladies and gents furnishings exclusively and for high grade goods and hones dealings their many patrons wilJ bear testimony to their motto R AWfiITEHEJD Junior member of the firm of Baker Whitehead one of the strongest aud best in that thriving town W W WRIGHT IWho is known among the rail road men as the headlight meet ing point dispatcher There is not a man in the serf ice of the company who can get the trains ithI W c MULLIKS v Livingstons druggist propo fry owner and capitalist But few men have teonas fortunate as lit in the accumulation of tins worlds goods and there are lose more liberal than he in dotfa tions to any worthy cause JR STUCKEY Local conductor 9n the K 0 anclalsoIday School Association through whose good work ul ne the Sun day schools in this county have made a most complimentary showing during the past year T r SINGLETON Representative of CableBasye 3 Co for this section of the State and there is not a more successful salesman on the road than he ol titfollowinge T J1 Smith John H Walton Brack Graves Dr John S Cooper Geo Howcll JJ Clancy WoodenJake fCONtEp ON SECOND PAM r 1r Published Every l Friday XVIII Come 7Jj m j7ffrlt1 iJ r im t I r F141 G a i I ra V To s- FROM iyrI4tI fJ Y7c i 4 Hhristmas but once- aomes year and ilie little folks always look forward to that time with UIH hope that OLD SANTA will remember them witha toy of some kind a Wagon some nice Candy orRl1itaJ a all t nest we have at the very lowest prices PeopleIsots we cordially invite you to come and examine our stuck It costs nothing to look and we are always more than glad tt show what we ha- veClosing out to QuitIn tlticonnectionfwe wish to state that we are closing out our large stock of General merchandise at costifha jl cq v to quiting business and if you will only give usa chance we will show you that we can sell you goo lat least 2o per cent cheaper than you can buy them elsewhere Come and see us c H FRITHSteTLSIW BRODHEADKti AS IJ N o l c 0 + c X 1iCv Cl 9 I The Hustling Cash t r 1 STORE4- our v r t The Only Place To Buy J t Iklr SEE OUR LINNE OF Xmas000dsa t r BARGAINSBARGAINS1- i oaH Look for BARGAINS f1 HDAVIS1 LIVINCSTON KY at3fcx 3ifr f tI XCDJE JTrVJrV v II r To Cure a Cold in One Day Take Laxative ttromo Quinine Tablets Seve koxe sow in post 12 mouths This signature MT VERNON COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE BUILDING At morellourishing recommendthe CHAfi X DAVIS l Just opposite the court house cn till your prescriptions wit as much accuracy as any dru gist in the State Your attention is also called to his Xmas ad elsewhere in this issue OUTtSome weeks ago during the btoth rny wife and myself contracted severe co di which speedily developed into the worst kind of la grippe with all iN nisenbe Eynzptctns says Mr t J S Egleston of Maple Handing Jo ra Knees and joints aching muscles sore head stopped up eye and nosr running with aUcrnae spell of cbills and fever We be gan usintj Chamberlains Cough Remedy aiding the same with a floe of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and by its liberal use sInn completely knocked out the grip ttIt is a good plau to tak of the Tablets when hay 1BettOnneys which is always benefice- when the system is congested by cold or attacktf the grip For sale by Chas C pavlSl PAPER 13 TORN f BEWARE OF COUNTERFEIT DeWitts is the only genuine LIjTurker of Centre Ala I havt used it in mv family for piles cuts land burns for years and can recommend it to be the best sieve on the 1touldkeeFitremedy and should always be kept on hand for immediate use Mrs Samuel Gage of North Bush N Y says 4I had a fever sore ion my ankle for twelve years the doctors could not cute thatI salves and blood remedies worthless I could not walk for perIto try DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve which has completely cured ueh It is a wonderful relief DeI curega scar Sold by Mt Vernon Drug Co BEST FOR THE BOWELS If yon c roenUr of tbeeTetydayyoarolUorwillb Intbochapaotviolentsmoothest eMlcst most perfect of lepltEthe clear and clean is to take CATHARTIOI SIe wwii CANDYPleasantaickenlyeakeaorGdpeteLSandto let on health Address ca TcHcKEEP busteness whatsdyours pickaThe Other GoodT Come on s take something rICTUR8 I3 FADED Cures pI- n Two Days 7I cm eVe box25ce t FIGHT WILL BE BITTER Those who will persist in closing their ears agalm t the continual recommendation of Dr King New Discovery for Consumption will have a long and bitter fight with their troubles if not end d earlier by fatal termination Rdad what T R Beallof Beall Miss has to say Last fall my wife hrd consumptionI failedIfour bottles entirely cured hers Sold and guaranteed by Ml Ver nose DruS Co Price 5oc and 1 Trial bottles free You let FeoPIto domineer over you too much Fe rr said Mrs Enpeck You should earn tosa no occsionalhISnpiCk and I wish to the land you had said it on a certain occasion REVOLUTION IMMINENT A sure sign of approaching revolt anti serious trouble in your system i is nervousness sleeplessness or stomach upsets Elecjric Bitters will quickly dismember the trou bl some causes It never fails to tone the stomach regulate the kid neys gild bowels stimulate tbe liver and clarify the blood Run down saytems benefited particular ly and all the usual attending aches vanish under its searching and thorough effectiveness Electric Bitters is only SOC grid that is re turned if it dont give perfect satis faction Sold and guaranteed by Mt Vernon Drug Co Tliodiords Black comes tUhresptemwdan other medicine made It is always ready in au emergency to treat ailments that are frequent iu indigesJionbilioI1Snes1 stomach achesjstanda1n erfailin remed for kidneytroubles rommontheaa it is for persons A dOte of this medicine CTcry day will soon core the most obstinate ease of dys wlient1kena3AL tyILLLItLDecY3I leedotirfsmly weIfordoctorBack bt IRA n ofThedfordedoes not keep itscod2k ta TbeChatta noogaMedicineCoChattanoogaTenneu VfftEDFORD t ORAUGHT is o The way the tooL in Io kensrle win apral bo ore the wither is over I theipeople of the county wool only turn ther attention to good road JUDGE n G WILLIAMS Who is making a brilliant succass in tha practice of law in Coy iingtm The Judge is here tbs week being interested in an im portant tlaoiagesuit in the Rockcaslle Circuit CourtI= G T JOHNSON Who is selling dry goods by wagon loads at Wildie DR J W SAMS A former Rockcastle boy who making a success of his chosen profession medicine at East Bernstadt 1 JWMOORE One of the most successful of Rookcastle farmers on not will and REV A J PIKE tent One of our best pulpit orators Lotsyf men express pinions w omen have formed S and which has the past We call their two issue which the of THE KKY THAT THE DOOR TO LONG LIFE The men of righty ninety years age are he rotund Wlll fedand thin spare tutu who live a slender diet He as careful as midIdltmuch or of some of food suited to his and need a dose of Stomach and Liver to cleanse and his stomach his liver and bowels When tqis is done there Is no reason why the average man should live to old sale by C Davis isi tJC RINEHEART POlIiruns a meat market in with his grocery LIVINGSTONS PROMINENT PEOPLEI PAGE T C E Rice W IIW Owens W N Riggs W H L M Westerfield W Ctirnes R G Moore J B Hayes Capt A N RenMoy K S r OliverICarter Tames Taylor W B Sig man her F P Gates David Griffin Do Bryant C H Rice jlIon Sam ttard G W Griffin McCarthyLCope B F Lamb W M French Joe Dickersoh J F Davis R B Sams Jake Pike Tom Daniels Ed Shea W W Strong Frank Morris L D Steels Said Farmer Green JII ed c1iyAnd I need it prett bad So n d1flU vvili frr cd hadI G GRIFFIN mn IA successful farmer politician J E EOUu J T Honk R Adams a firm for 5 continueing to do an extensive General ADA1Stlspecial attention to large is of kind business UNLOCKS Gveinti of not articles constitution Chamberlains Tablets invigorate regulate ageFor Chas J connection Merimee evidence Men and WANTED woolen in this county and adjoining territories to repre sent andadtrnse an old establish fed house ol solid fnancial standing t Salary to men 21 weekly to wo men 12 to sig weekly withexpen c1ckIand buggy furnished when neces sary position permanent Address t Blew Brov 4 Co Dept B Mon on Bdg Chicago III Japan has accepted tLe invitatihn of the United States to take part in the proposed peace conference A t proviso is inserted in the accept ance to the effect that the rulings of the conference must not affect the present conflict t l = C NErf SO COM PLETEJ c T t15iir I q U We are showing the most conpbte line of Ladies and Gents Furnishings ever brought to town SHOESThere tc nu brand of s thanhotethe DOUGLAS or HAMILTON BROWN These brands we have In encles qumtjties gull at the most reasonoble price- sComeand bee US JC HOOKER CO LIVINGSTON f KY 1fJ llt P1L I rt SHEltS0ItsWine r Factor Loared Shelts Its the re l J suIts s jtrs uieu enure otSD1y ness Mid uniform shooting Wiz vla L fJ leaded with smokeless povds are the st shells en the market Winchester Repeater shells loaded with smokeless powdsr are cheap in price but not in quality Ainchest3r New RiVal black powder shells are the favorite black powder load on the market on account of their shooting and reloading qualties Try either of these brands and youll be well pleased They arc SHOOTstin6Ln IjrI1 yn h ive ni cms wa sa d the burbard dutrg the spnt Unit when y m tIe cms s a bear calnih rejoirtd the bet n halfot lle combine Some ii en are nominated And some are Tejecitd Some mere are hori great And some are elected Sat pI queued huh Fhnnv Bumpimic le wlmiV a fiuau cierIAfi cicr niv sect ripped the kmw njj trenthiJ niau whf i capahi t i Hncir er men tit pih Ill n fru P jtrIniK r Slete e hiu irt Ctillecir It i n must I calls lie dJme due on this bill My dear sir replied Ardnpp if you never call again I will no- be offended MUST BE QUICK Pains in the atom icli and attacus of the thllimmediate There is no necessity of sending for a doctor in such cases if a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is at hand No doctor can prescribe a better medi cine For sale by Chas C Davis CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Boars the71P Bkcaature of r It is reported that Port Arthur t frifire FRY1 r FADED lttiI ulcerid MIJS E tt leish IoughUI for d nifc a nt vaults Silf fc r c sn i flC us ipijn her Je So he dd Lit she lust e caeFredShe did en What km of a defense did Shapey put up- JoeHe proved to the satisfs lion of th jury that he wart bright enough to cast a reflection Miss trillitgYou are a oils I btlieve Mr Loneegh Yes s WirIIiRut of tour yon wily tnrrr even Mi IdlvfahI really camv upitm n f me to be su foolish MISTAKEttrs are s very ex pensive Occasionally life itself youInever be wrong if vou take Dr Kings New Life Pills for Dvsp p hia dizziness headache liver bowel troubles They are gentl yet thcr ugh Only 25C For sal by Mt Vernon Drug Co iM ri ndsaid the longhair passengtr addressing the man the seat across the aisle to wha end has your life work been rected cTo both ends was the cur reply I conduct the only fir class hat and shoe emporium in o villageHeI dont think Mjss Singleton shows her age doyou ISheOf course not She scratch the family Bible yean ago I CONWAY Irs I H Smn ad Mrs D C Pullins are on tie sick Itsl the stream dont look nature th running water m ahem afte ing div so long 11arga crowd attended Dr k Lewis sale on Satufaa of las ek and every tiling brought r priceIic ime new tiling fluesand some titer improvements Charley Drew who is workings Harvey CbenauU stuck a nail one hand while at workwhich las given hidi considerable pain Mr R E Moye of Scaffold Cane has enlarged bs store Muse which nibles him to handle a larger toes of goods Bob is a fine fel low and knows how to treat people and draw the trade The bird hunters contuue to come and go They report game carce we dont wonder at this- for the Roundstoue bottoms has been almost a continual bombard ment since Nov 15 gettugweek It caught from a defective flue from a heating stove in one of the rooms It was discovered in time to save the house Mr J M Buhn andfarniby have rrived from Texas and taken pos session of the farm he rec nth bought from Dr Lewis Tom Bun- Ion who occupied tine place this year will move to Madison county this week J J Wood and Harvey Chenault returned Worn Chicago last week ftm SIYS he can tell anyone all bout Conway but not much abou- thicsgoonly people walk mighty 1St there and go a heap different irections Oapt McClure has jus finished wing the new steel rails on his cion here Capt McClure notes just how to place a tie to make a train ride easy The cf ictals say he has one ol the best pt up sections on this division Harvey Chenault is preparing to nextlsee can ot male a success ont This is a i tobacco country and we never ew him to make a failure at any g he ever undertook except Harrying Miss Fannie McClure who is s teaching the public school here preparing to have a Christmas re the last day of her school for he benefit of her pupils Let every ne take a hand in it so the little nes may enjoy the last day of heir school tiA CERTAIN CURE FOR CROUP symptomsferiment with new remedies no natter how highly they may be onta pre para that can always be de p ended upon It has been in use or many years and has never been known to fail viz Chamberlains astquick FutTexas says of it I have used Chamberlains sough Remedy in severe cases of roup with my children and can truthfully say it always gives ChasC C C WILLIAMS One of the ablest lawyeiw i Eastern Kentucky He is alse President of the Bank of Mt J rnon an institution which caking a splendid sliowih g DR M PtNNINGTON One of our most successful practitioners A 0 DUNS of Lincoln In whom there is more genuine democracy than aim any one we know of It matte not what the circumstances conditions may be when duty demands it he is always ready to answer his partys call R L RUBBLE Who will soon be known Senator Hubble of LincolnI Took as he is familiarly caned by his many friends was born and reared in an old fashila school of democracy Ev inch of himof which Cher an ample sfflcieucy is democrat less The democracy f his district are to be congratulated in selecting such a noble leader AN EMERGENCY MEDICINE For sprains bruises burns scalds and similar injuries there is noth ing so good Chamberlains Pain Balm It soothes the wound and not only gives instant relief iroin pain but causes the parts to heal abontone third the time req by the usual treatment As it antiseptic all danger from b poisoning is avoided Sold by Chas C Davis You cant name one of the lower animals that I cannot immitate boasted the amateur vantriloqmst Perhaps not1 replied the weary maid Neither can I name au animal that would lower itself by trying to imitate yoq n 1l r 7r J it i XittjJh wrSL- RAPWr n IBYJET r Aiowaynebt is causing Skitap leigh a great deal of trouble now Jennings Is that sc IwasjLt Ware that he owed a dollar AllowayHe doesnt and thats ust the trouble nobody will give 5m credit The Lady Now that I have given a dinner are you equal to the tsk of sawing some wood The Hobe Equal is not the roper word madam Im superior o it Druggist Im afraid I made a i mistake in tiling that prescrip don you gave DeSmyth last week DoctorWhy do you think so i DruggistI hear lie is getting letter Hello Uncle John exclaiiredit he village nephew as he warmly rasping the old farmers hand Im awfully glad to see you look ug so well How is my goodaunt nd dear little cousins Here boy interrupted the wise- ld ruralite as he pulled out leis pocketbook how much do you Qed this time- WogginsBlowitz the pugilist ost 30 ooundsof flesh while train ing for the last fight SnoozemGet out What te you trying to give me anyway Woggins Straight goods His wife eloped with one of his trainees Ni11rlm going over to Clara this afternoon bessIndeed I dont see how dINellOh shes going to give a swell party nest week and she flaked me to come over and help send the invitations dOlils that so Well dont- forget to give her my best love Look here exclaimed the irate customer as he entered Ramseys neeatshop that steak you sent me this morning is no good its fom the back of the neck II Veil d tas ill right aiad it answered Ramsey All dot peef vat I seils vas of der neck pack Dere vas nottiugs but horns by defend of dot neck ajreaty Huh The longer a tv oman s tonge the shorter her wings A presty woman without sense is like a flower without perfume- lVhatpoordefeitaeless creatures women would be if they couldnt odcry ostAn enraged man tears his hair husrshairorMarrying for wealth is agood deal like seeking honey in a hor nets next A woman is not only a r good deal better than ber Ueighhor bit she always kuowe itrMen are seldom charitable on at empty stomache i Some timds its to aciata s credit to forget what tie knits Almost every melt I Snag iIwilling to admit thatl e wss once a fool s But few teen haveenough confidence in themselves a btlteve all they say y The broadness oil mans mind is often exceeded byj the shallow ness thereof A wise man neverjmts off till morrow what he slro ild have done yesterda vX Joinyastniasttde1 t 1 The Chr5stjinastied replied getne25 crycomber ii g Looks like t ain doesnt it remarked the fat man as he drop ped with a dullahud into a vacant seat in a down town car Excuse mesir rejoined the party behind Ute newspaper but IaevertalkshppT Later in the day the obese gen tl man discovered that the party of the newspapipiir was Mr Bass ler guessore intjoistfiredoccupation sirr ftleignccupattonloud r 1 slwhat do do for liviigF IIformYWlfe r potato salad must be pit Jeast three weeks old Isnt it Waifer + Deed dunua Aha oilti hta W wetiCSir l J A WOOD the Orlando merchant Bige as he is familiarly called is one of the most sue cessful business men in the cotta His annual sales are no surpassed and probably ors equaled by any of his notI rATEIVICTOR C Deputy sheriff under his fat h er j j DR R II LEWIS Who enjoys a lucrative prac tice in Wild ie and surrounding territoryWADE H BROWN Having retired from the Gen eral Merchandise business will turn his attention to stock of winch he is a splendid jndgeI i R BM ULLINS Traveling salesman for Co McClung Co II t If mens faults were written on their foreheads they would never remove their hats Women may be partial to tight wearing apparel but they draw the Une at tight husbands rd fA wornaus curiosity viiSl glJ as far as her pin money Many a trre word is spoken when two xvtimi ngage in gear relThe prettiest hood is chitdhoml the mos expensive is womanhood Babies are the interest coupons attached to the bonds of matrinnv nyFew women are expert pianists but many women are exptrt chin musicians Wise is the woman who thinks large feet preferable to a small ui derstanding Even ifa woman IS as young assure claims to be no other woman will believe it It is easier to love a poor girl than a rich oue because there is less competition When o girl accepts the hand of m aged suitor it is because there is otnething in it Tbe manly young woman aid ie effeminate OUHI man are mote to be pitied than censured- A girl may be both pretty and ignorant but she is never ignorant of the fact that shes pretty The average man relieves in ture punishment only for his neigh borThe man who is given to self praise owes an apology to his ac quaintances It is mans inhumanity to man hat enables the policeman to draw tis salary Every old bachelor thinks it is the easiest thing in the world to manage a wife MMen who say money will do anything may be suspected of doing anything for money NO MORE SUFFERING IIfyou are troubled with indiges Beta bottle of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and see how quickly it will cure you Geo A Thompson of Snenceri la says Hive had lyspepsia fir twenty h ear My case was almost hopeless Kodo Oyspepsia Cure was recci mend and I used a few liottlesc r it and it s the only thirig that liar relieved ue Would not be without it Have loctored with local physlciahs and ilso at Chicago and even went to Norway with hcpcs of getting souls rtrlief tint l odor speiiaCtn ljhs only remedy that knits done tlieank good andI IjcaiCiy re= mIvend it Every person syrferintt vith indigestion or s1 epsiL1uidrise it Sold b 11t Vcrno1 Drug Co I 1TO CALIFORNIA Colorado or True Route Daily Through Pullman Standanl Sleeping Car St Louis to San Francisco via i Missouri Pacific railroad rind Scet Colorado Elegant Tourist Sleep ing Cars Service overy Tuesday and Thursday from St Loui Daily Through Pullman Stantnrfl Sleeping Cary St Louts to Loc Angeles Cat via Iron Mountain Route tell True Southern Route New lour St Steeping Car Excur sions via Iron Alouutaia Route and El Ptso leave SL topis everj rue day and Saturda The servke and eqipmenl is strictly uptndat WIIlicketstain or Missouri Pacific Railway from all principal points in nlu EastrFur berths reervatioi s and full information address R T G MATfiRWS T P Aand Lc isville Ky or Hr C Toy errJ G P anti TI At St Louis Mo I vaiifageatte horn for ny wife to drue saM the prospective purctlaseiCitilstu recommend this one S reYlingrcpHed the owner tS not a r horse for a lady td be found ttnyw here au l there is but one thing hes afrail of And what is that queried tlC other He is awfully afraid1 answered the conscientious owner tint some one will say whoa and Ite wont hear it He talks a great deal about his family tree Yes answered Miss Lacimrsc oca family tree is much like other trees The smallest twigs do most of tie rustling laxwStomach and Liver Tablets For save 1y Chas C Davis In the presence of a large eroFf Sheriff Mitchell of BourbM smashed a number of slotinachi s found in the saloons at Yarns Tfs smashing was done by order c f pedal J udge Carroll tit I MT VERNON SIGNAL 1901itan AY DEC 1C Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHTI SUBSCRIPTION OJJB YRAE ioo- 4dvcrthin rates made known application The New York Times compare the attendance sd Seances of tilt j St Louis and Chicago fairs in tht following editorial Itseems that in round numbers the Cbicago Fair cost its projector a ont 88oooooo and took in in admissions and concessions about half of that amount TheSt Louis Fair has cost about 22000000 and taken in rather less than hnlf of that amount In each case the ex penditures of the general state arid meal governments are excluded The total admissions at St loui f ireven months are announced lure been 18317457 The loI admissions at Chicago for mouths were something over 21 OOOCKXI At St Louis September wis the best month with a total of 3651873 At Chicago the month was the last October with its paid attendance of 6391340 This is the result we should bave expected from the comparative size of the towus It is very creditable to the managers of the St Louis Fair that they should have suc ceeded in carrying out their ainbi tiuiis program without finding tliemsi es confronted at the eic with n luge deficit And certainly no thinVhjj American will think of denying with respect to either fair that it was worth to the country all its cost- 1rofescr Wilis of Washington rd Lee University has recently traveled 2700 miles in the Phil jpines lie says Things are very had there economically politically atd mortily Irresponsible author ity never works well Every bus ires man in Manila says business isbad Agricultural conditions rate severe Our tariff is very bur densome Secret service police are busy terorizeing people Our 5rTc r rot given good roads or schools or admiaistrations Isnt this I In accordiree Yhhwgcc4 n tl peeckes thai were made in Otc- her The good people of Philadelphia think their commerce will stagnate if they cannot obtain a thirty foot channel in the Delaware river To this tnd they want about five mil lions of dollars and the Committee on Rivers and Harbors proposes t give them 500000 Naturally there is a howl in the Key Stone Sate wh uh gave snch a tremend pus inajv rity for the Republican party Pennsylvania must have F what it wants and there are others GOVERNOR BOUTWELI of Mfl- Sfachnsetts faid in a speech last week If a vote could be taken Massachusetts would denounce the Philippine policy of McKinley and Roosevelt by a majority of three to oue n tile Boston CoiirjgatjQuali5ticroa ks that w e ought to accept tlje ijpblicy of M- riciineyfOr he i fso near the gaofGod Governor Boutwell should be careful S3JKATQR HOPKIKS of Illinois tfJcdares in a loud voice that un less the Republicans revise the tariffnow I do not see how they can afford to go into the next campaign and discuss it Representative McCall of Massachusetts and about a hundred other Repub licans of the present congress ear nestly say Amen Theres a heap of trouble ahead It is worthy of remark in pass ing that the three principal Repub lican newspapers ot the United States the New York Tribune the Chicago Tribune and the Philadel phia Press have all joined th tariff reversion chorus and announce that if the party refuses to revise the tariff the people will revise the party Tint Piesident inow very anxi ious to visit the Southern States declaring that he has been greatly mi tiDder8toodThe whites anc the blacks of Xorth and South wil- wait with undisguised impatience to hear the new interpretation of it The Atlantic Journal earnestly advices him not to come 4 ra t The Arnold Shoe The Best on The Market riccs and Quality considered Try a pair for winter and be convinced Drygoods and Clothing in abundance jt the Very lowest prices AVe pay tbe very highest prices for country produce ACHEATT H HIATT KENTUCKY The Congressionl Committee of Fourteen has returned from Pana1- na to Washington and its spokes nau Senator Kittredge says they ravor a tidewater canal This nvolve a cost of additional Villi Sut will greatly facilitate the gage of ships and may be more economical in the long run or sail The decision of the New York Court of Appeals declaring iincon stutional the state law which prohibits a contractor from employing his men more than eight hours a Iandother courts concur tVe are now told that Mrs Chad wick the Oberlin operator cauuqt be convicted of forgery because although she signed Mr name to notes amounting CarnegiesI 750000 she did not within the meaning of law POLITICS AND POLITICIANS HunterEdwards congrej 11sional contest will be taken up by the House this weekIMrs Lucy sessor on the Republican ticket in Owsley county She is the widow ofthe late Assessor and is the onlyI woman holding that office in State It is said that Win Henry Jones Republican who was beaten for Congress by J M Richardson Democrat in the Third District and J N Kehoe Democrat who was beaten by judge Bennett Re publican iu the Ninth District will not contest the elections of tliI successful opponentsiA special dispatch from Norfolk Va to the Washington Post says that the leading republicans of Virginia and other southern states want John W Yerkes in the cabinet as the souths representative The special says that no republican in the south is regarded higher than the Kentuckian and the President could not make a better selection In pursuance of President Roose velts policy in opposition to Gov eminent employes banding togetherII to secure increased seller president of the National Letter Carriers Association an Frank Cunningham president 0 the Rural Carriers Association has been dismissed from office There are still some notes in the national sunbeam The and most troublesome of largestI the Treasury deficit campaign the fact of a growing dei ficit was frequently pointed out only to be turned down by the Republicans with a laugh Why of course they said Dont know that we have hadyunusual and extraordinary expenses forty dfcififty millions for the Panama project five and a half millionsforj the St Louis Fair and so on But if you are a pessimist just read Secretary Wilsons statistics about the cotton the rice the corn and other crops Never anything like it Ve are the richest people in the would and are not to be fright ened by a temporary deficit in tinrTreasury Well the election over and we find Speaker Cannon going about the capitol saying Bojs economize Theres a thir ty million gap in the Treasury We mustnt take out more than we put in If we dont practice rigid economy Mr Shaw will have to Issue bonds or we shall have to in crease the revenue by additional taxes This is the Republican anetheeno to moral Slow progress is being made in the Marcum damage suit at Win Chester Mrs Marcum was the first witness called testifying that her husband had told her of threats on hislife Capt B J Ewen re sayingIa revolver in his hand after the fatal PatInckson also testified in the case i lJvr F f r u JLDJOISING COUNTIES r At the opening of Knox circuit court Judge Faulkner madeswce irIIty officersrecOJurnendin the rej turn of indictments against nil whom investigations might prove to be guilty of bribery Judge Faulkner also stated in his instruc tiqus that more men had been killed iu Knox county with fewer convictions than in any county in the district and tint in certain sec lions of the county life is insecure it being impossible to convict men charged with murder NEWS ITEMS Marion Mitttou night watchman was killed by falling slate at Mid dlesboro It is believed that Gov Beckham will call an extra sesion of the Legislature for January 15 Great South Bay Long Island is frozen over for the first time ever known before Christmas IThe gold production for the entire Alaskan district for the present year is estimated at 26000000 iCapt John H Westerfield US is dead from swamp fever alleged to have been contracted at Frankfort Ky Herlsbei a welltodo mer IFritz Hajedon N J just died bequeathed his ashes to his sweet neart in Germany Asecond venire of forty men has beenlirJere4 at Rising Sur 1n4 iu the hope of getting a jury to try the Gille me murder case McGee who says bejts IWimam survivor orthe Cus massacre is under arrest in New York charged with homicide J Five children in the absence o j their parents at KirwinKans uujdertook to start a fir e with Kerb sene and four of them were burued to death According to statistics there is 26000000 worth of property ex empt fiom taxcsin Louisville all of it belonging to religious charit and educational institutions IIabIe Se at Port Arthur an that further bombarding o f the Russian fleet there is unneces sary as il has been sufficiently dis abled James Gillespie who is accused of firing the shot that killed his sister Elizabeth Gillespie at ing s Sun Ind demanded a separate trial which was granted by special Judge Cornett An effort is being made by some iriContnce o f promotingjresentation of the Southern States in the House of Representations William Osborne who killed two men iu a fight in Johnson county eighteen months ago has been arrested at Jackson Are ward faoo had been offered for his arrest and return to Johnson county dcotIIot LSW rence county Alai have suggested that onemilliou bales of cotton be burned to reduce the surplus They agree to furnish their pro rata share of the cotton to be destroyed to start the movement IIn the custody of United States Marshals Mrs Chadwick left New York Tuesday ghtfor Cleveland where today shu will be arraigned in the United Stafes Court Bond fat least 40000 will be required it is said and possily the amount may be placed at 52000 the latter sum contingent upon a third indictment being returned against her by the Cleveland grand jury be fore her arrival in the city Before leaving New York Mrs Chadwick stated that several offers for bail had been made but that she refused them because she desired to re turn to Cleveland and face her cred itors r Ifigncdporter of he revolution I The trial ESasoneffwho threw the bomb which killed Minister of the Inferior Von Plehve on July 28 last was hsld Tuesday in St Petersburg aid the defendant vas il sentenced to life imprisonment at hard labpr Sikororfsky the complice tjs given twenty 3cI imprbsonnient There was no disturbance dureng the trial which was held behind closed door A few arrests were made on the streets at night but the threatened revolutionary demonstrations were not ittynpted The so called securities left by Mrs Chadwick with Irl Reynolds were secured by Receiver Bell at Cleveland Amorfg the papers was what purported to be a copy of a trust agreement between Andrew IGarnegie and Mrs Chadwick wherein the former acknowledges holding jn trust for her property of the appraised value of 10246000 and which property was assigned CarnegicII months to Mrs Cassie L Chadwick It bore the signature Andrew Car negie A special United States grand jury was drawn at Cleveland to investigate the case- WhenPresident Rocsevelt was at the St Louis Fair about three thousand people who had paid the regulation price to see the sights were crowded out of the Filipino reservation at the point of the bay onet It is said that this was done at the instance of President Roose veto himself Thttrehas been sonit vigorous kicking in consequence CaseIwas Icompelledto make way for tIleI brought his indigna tion back home with him He not only tore off his Roosevelt button but rushed into print and veutilaled his grievance inn very vigorous way He cant understand wh fcc Aincricrth people should tlriveniitom nY public place beI amusement or entertainment pecially HSfheh they hind paid a price for the privilege to accom modate even the President of the lUuitcdStatesjand those whe enjo even the privilege of swinging to nghtIt looks likeive are degenerating into a nation pftoadies and worshippers ofmen who have been made con spicuous in the affairs of life Georgetown Times ITlieLadvNow that I have giver j you a are you equal to the task 0 tsaiUgSOmeVOOd The Hobo Equal is not tin proppoUitnidduifIm superior to It WANTED 22 inch heading holts at all point the K C and K D divisions o Ion L N Railroad in Rockcastle county Will receive same Grad head wagon load all other points car load lots Will pay 5 pet r iAlso all the socond growth white oak hutts 30 inches long S inches and over in diameter ljCRA OI SMITH LUMBER CO 1dec 9 3m L C SMITH Gen Mngr iilyersI iJtiiU calp shiny and thin Then its probably too late You neglected dandruff If you had only taken our ad vice you would have cured Hair Vigor the dandruff saved your hair and added much to ireIf not entirely bald noW is your opportunity rrriprpve it Ih nietl rert for over Ia lam r r a lienrr Lnowthot rich lowt haIr due I tIiIiikeu flnIr Yior ala 0LA Karra BeDeyIle 0lGood Hair IBALCS 1 The Quarterly Review Suay School Less12nfor Dec 1819M Prepared toy the Hlglvway and Byvroy Preacher ICopjrfiM JM J iilson GOLDEN TKXT Thou shalt worship he Lord thy and Him only abat serveLuke The 8IThe legs ns of the fourth ter have carried us over 175 years of the history of aboutI and Israel from S96 to 721 Years that tire strikingly iigui and suauo by tile revelation of God through His prophets and the persistent and rapid decline of the kingdom of Israel It was only about 133 years after Israels removal that Neb uchadnezzar laid Jerusalem waste and carried her inhabitants captive to Bab- Ylon The Kings and Prophets The two prophets Elisha and Isaiah ilgiirc largely in the lessons of the past quarter The first five are devoted toPElisha and incidentally Involve kingdom of Israel Jcram the son of Ahab was kIng over Israel when Eli r aha became prophet in place of Elijah Slishas ministry extended over a period of at least 50 years including the reigns of Joram Jehu Jehoahaz and bash or Tohoash kings of Israel The incidents of the lesson on The Wid TITS Oil Increased took place during the reign of King Joram as did also hose of the lesson on Elisha Xaainan and probably those of andIlesson on Elisha at Dothan of the lesson on Elisha and the ammite occurred probably much in unknown his ministry alth mgh the laterI Isaiah was distinctly a prophet of Judah as Elisha was of Israel and began to prophesy about B C or 3pme 50 years after Ellshas death Jonah Amos and Hosea filled in the in tervening years between these two great prophets Two lessons are taken fromIIsaiah one concerning Judah other Israel Two kings of Judah are given special place in the lessons of the Quarter Joash to whom two los tons are devoted and the good king Hezekiah The Kings of Judah and Israel The following diagram is a continua tion of the one given in the last Quarter ly Review The length of the reigns of he kingsis given In parentheses follow ing the names of the kings AHtz 0y- luZtKlH h3p3 1JORAMCJtOSAl JIttUSuf jtssonz Ilyrs Io0n2aiietLlsL j14Mil iyr- st4usMvuoyr l tsAfts 0505 JIadImj Review Methods There can be little continuity in the treatment of the lessons of the Quarter save in the case of the first five which concern the history of Elisha A re view which would not include a charac ter study of this great prophet would certainly be defective A comparison of the characters methods and distinctive services of the twp prophets Elijah and Elisha would be interesting and profit abie Let some one prepare such a paper to read to the school For a blackboard exercise let the strong and weak points of the charac ters of the twoprophets be enumerated by the school and placed upon the prophet Isaiah who gives us two of our Icssonsshould also be given special study Some ono should be se lected to prepare a brief paper on the thisIInasmuch as he history of Israeli closes with this Quarters lessons a brief 51lngdomway as to bring out strikingly the rela tion of cause awl effect the beginning and the tlevelopment of the moral ace spiritual decline and final destruction The lessons on Joask and Hezekiah may he used to point the contrast tveen the moral and spiritual condition of tho two kingdoms and to explain the reason why Israel was destroyed and Judah continue The geography of the lessons no be aeglecteiT As preliminary IhouldII review work In class cr general the school let an outline map country he drawn on paper or the blackboard and then marl in the places antf probable places Wt with in the lessons as they are liam d by the scholars 7icu shalt WorShip the Lord thy God and Him only shaft thou serve Worship serve tho Lord I Wor ship Involves the attitude cf the heart towards God service the expression of the life Worship is the hearts storage battery Service is the dynamo set in motion by the power within Worship alone Is sentiment and feeling without result like escaping steam with idle engine and waiting train Worship plus service gives the total of Gods requirements of man The elements of true worship are faith submission aspira tips those of type service are willing rtediesce and unwavering faithfulness men nrmes unknown were ISix by an explosion of nitro on board a steamboat en route Irma Hstersville W Va to to Maysvilie Ky VEGETABLE SICILI- ANHairRenewer 1 Perhaps you like your gray hair then keep it Perhaps thenr member Halls Hair Renew r always restores nocI gray hair Stops falling haIrlsoco i = 2 iAsij2 X 1I oooccococorcooooooc COMES BUT ONCE A YEAR r oooooooooooooooooooo And every one likes to give their nearest friends and relatives some little token of Remembrance We have just what you want Come in and see our Line RESPFAJLFULLYROBT COX No 66 Mt Vernon Kv O JASTE end1i5iThTAIDELaoe enbuces ni qu allies 1lede by me The IA preferable ftyle superior JONAS ENZIE Agent =lJrr n GRANVILLE OWENS Brodhead Ky f RJuta4 IRE AND OtJhCKST SCHEMJLE- ianivu Cincinnati Lexington Chattanooga Knoxville Asheville Charleston Savannah Atlanta Jacksonville 1 Birmingham NewOrleans Shreve Texas Points KTt E w Ai EN Tray Passr Ast 89 E Main St sxinjrton Ky GAR TTT Gen Mgr W C cjr PaSwt CWLIi A FRIGHTENED Running like mad down street dumping the occupants or a hmidnil other accident are every liy occurrences It behooves every Vidv to have a reliable Salve bandy HId theres none as good ss Btck cutslsoresOnly 250 Sold by Mt Vernon Drug 1 2 At One Half the Cost andflavored fancy brands Bulk coffee at the same price is not to be com pared with Uonin quality In Ilk air tight sealed packages Fredl understand MIFS Elder leigh brought suit for damages against young Sapley for casting reflections upon her JoeSo she did but she lost her caseFredSIre did eh What kind of a defense did Shapley put up JoeHe proved to the satisfac tion of the jury that hewasnt brigbtenoughto gast a reflection Celebrated Tennant Shag LYVAYS Foi nice fitting and Dnra bSHty they have no MCJ Sole Mt Vernon Ky 4 UNDERTAKER FCLI Coffins All Mail Tlephon Queen rctSHO- TES I ort and RINEARSON CoI LionCoffee LINEi CThCLNNATL5oTdComforf in TRAVEL Means The Henderson Route Free Reclining Chair Oars on all trains betwee- nLOUJSVILLE Kentucky Points and ST LOUIS COLONIST AND HOME SEEKERS RATES TO THE WEST AND SGUHWEST If you contemplate a trip or a change oflocation in the near ture Get the HENDERSON ROUTEHABIT It is the COMFORT MNR and a comfortable train in traveling is al ways a good habit to acquire At least give us us the opportu nity of naming your rates We have the equipment the train serv ice the fee chair cars and the rates What more do you want GEO L GARRETT Trav Pasngr Agt fL J IRWIN rCen Pasngs Agt HENDERSON ROUTE LQUISVILIK KY i illii Uh rAV SIT VERNON Ky DEc 1619C I Z9 Cull up No 79 whenyou wont to CQlUrnunl cute with SIGXAL 79 0a CoLTIME TABLE 14 north 1206 p m 26 north 257 am 23 south + 129 p t 25 Suuth 110 a n IAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58Icatered at the Gcu matl matter PERSONAL Milt Cummins is vi itiiig his sister at Corbin Dr J O Carpenter of Stanford was lere Mo day Contr atc r Fritz Krueger was in Stanford Studav Mrs J J McCall is with her husband Jit Hazel Pate h this week Tomorrow will be Mrs Sallie Williams la t day in the millinery store Rev and Mis F P Gate of Livitg n vert visiting friendu here esttrdayJMri d trsR E Thompson are well pIe rd with their new home at Dtcatur Miss Kate Redd IllIard us tl e juts Thomson tins wt eke Miss Grace McG ill her fathers able Assistant at Hazel Patch is spending this week at Maietburg Dr A H Melcom and attorney John reing of London and Dr J M W lliams were here Sundaday W A Marrow Somerset Robert Harding nd C K Rawlngs of Danvill n tt v it Attorneys this week J B rciiitj J ha e led h connection a sine rauager IIi State College and itturned to hbI fathers ear Brodhead because u failing healthf4W A Cox Burdttte McKenzit and Roscoe Colyer went to Shep herdsvile Tuesday to ktiIagainst Charley Martin who ia uou on trial there for complicity it thoJ killing of Marshal Haley of Leb non JunctionrH H Bakers son William andd wife have just returned from a tOtmonti visit to Northern Mo Mr Bake is so pleased with the coun try that he expects to move thereS as soon as he can dispose of his farm In Pulaski Elmer Leichleiter who fell from a box car near Williamsburg a short time ago by reason of a hand bar giving away has recovered suf ficiently to be brought home He i bruised up considerably but his condition is not at all serious LOCAL Cal at the SIGNAL office for blank deeds Born to the wife of J Boreing Sr a fine boy The L N will sell their usual cheap rate tickets during the Holidays The rock crusher at Sparks Quarry has closed down Jor the winter The night office at this place ha been re opened with J L1wJ rence as agent I John McPhersons daughter fell at Pine Hill Saturday morning and broke her ankle At Lancaster Henry Shirley thenegro who sued the Southern Railway for 1000 damage for false arrest was given a verdict of 1500 A railroad detective in search of another negro arrested the man placed him in Jail and the negto claims kept him handcuffed and imprisoned for several days before the right man wis arrested At the Temperance Confe conducted by Miss Beth Sympson at Pine Hill on Dec 9 the judges were Messrs W R Thomas John Williams and Harry Houston Contestants Misses Judith Symp t fon Lula Pike Virgie Dolan Lula McPherson Lillie Sears and Cleo Berry The judges decided it was a tie between Lula Pike and Lula McPherson Vut the medal was given by change of program toM Virgie Dolan Y 5 Ei f 0 1tc NVV r lie 3 ght office what is the matter with our post master giving us a night mail IDud McClure has bought of Judge Lewis the small cottage ad joining Dr M L Myers property neaIthe mines of the Big Hill Coal Co Address D G dec93t CIARKI Rev O M Huey a Bapthtllchurch olleIIthird a The Sunday schools of the Christ muteI EnIpurchaed the stock of drills of the 1tilt Vernon Drug Co Mr V R Beck will continue to manage the toteitSome th of or number of thieves entered tIe smoke house of Mrsoj Jim Jones a few irghts since and of took the greater portion of there large hogs Krueger had a fine horse IFritz morning by back a cart off of the trussel leading p to the lime kiln d The horse fell R 25 feet From ah reports the gold craze his reached a fever heat in the Eastern part of the county If all the cla ms are true Rockcastle will L ulna assu dlt develop into a great gold field GOOD BUSINESS FOR fALEAA nice stock of general merchandise in a good town Good reasons fmWi eliing AddressR INGS dec 2tf Paint Lick Kyso It is reported that Editor Wpto Wai on of the Lexington Demo crt will purchase the plant of theID ix I1 dunio Haraldand cousoldate two papers lrso Dcsbi Brec eird e re inns froai he liUMness ve datthafoilowllgspHouk Adams C H Ftith Geo- L Penney Robert K Powell C Frith W M Owens Mt Vernon Grocery Co U G Baker andn Thomas CherrycLOST Between Mt Vernon and P PethuJubis a so id gold case watch without am and not running With it were some ladies lunkerchiefs andb small change A liberal re for its returnB RETHURUilIVI Miss Munson principal of thfJBrodhead school will have a at fitbatA small admission of 15 and 10 cts will be charged for the play the proceeds of which will go for the benefit of the school The Signal does not do the fight if plentyIPlease discontinue my paper was the response we receiver his week to a refucal to publish a ton scathing art c e which one of our relativeIhim To this all we have to say is we will fight our own battles and you must do the sameelTo our list of prominent business aresmany others we would have been glad to have added had we been able to secure a cut Without more complete representation of thet1 splendid business men of Baodhead we feel very gaeatly the incom pleteness of our efforts for it is in tint thriving town that Rockcastle can look to for some of its most enterprising and up to date business men CIRCUIT COURT The suit of Alien Mounc against the railroad company fOt the killing of his son James is now in progress The company is represented by Judge Alcorn and At tornev John W Brown while Mi Mounce is represented by C C Williams of the locrl Harding and C K Rawiingsof Danville and Judge R G Wil hams of Covington The breach of promise suit against R B Mulljns resulted in a verdict in favor of Mr Mullins Thedamige suit of Fannie Sow SissIi tjr LIY1NJSTOA Miss Ella Hilton is visiting in Louisville this wEek Mrs Mahala Carson was quite sick a few days last week Mr R C Wade was in Mt Ver- r non between trains SaturdayI spentIa w TenuIIJobn Penningtons baby has been ill but is some better at this writing Charlie Harris was here Tuesday for a short while on his return home from Ozark Mo Muss Kate Redd ofCrabOrcbardI was the guest of Cooper last weekiUrban Bertha are spending the Holidays Southern Indiana Mrs R A Sparks and children High Cliff Tenn are the guests Mrs Harry Magee Mrs Arch Mullins and Miss Nannie Griffin of Mullins Station were in town Tuesday Mr Clrrence Elmore ot Stanford is now an employe of the R Co at this place Mrs C A Moore and son Algy i returned home Saturday after a visit with relatives in Louisville Mesdames F P Gates and E Cockrell were visitors in Mt Vernon Wednesday and Thursday W C Mullins Jacob Sambrook Mounce Mrs Susie Mullins attended court at Mt Vernon this Messrs Roscoe Colyer and Willie Fish two of Mt Vernous hand oung men were in our little Sunday Our sick people are all improv Little Ethel Hayes Charlie ooper Mrs Oliver d others will on be able to be out Through mistake ra the printer have been in bad fora few ys Mrs Edgar Hayes new is not named Milbourne Arney Wilbourn There will be services Saturday veiling Sundov morning and eve ng at the Presbyterian church ucted by Rev Dr Weaver of Richmond Everybody welcome BllODHEAD to Walter Miler is with homefolk week Ed Sprawle has gone to Louis this week Louy Cass was with his brother R Cass first of the week L C Smith was m Moreland of the week on business Rev R R Noel filled his regul r appointment here Sunday last Joshua Boreing of Lexington k with his parents for a few dayslMiss Carrie Frith was the gues Mrs J G Frith Sunday last Miss Sallie Dickerson was will uomefolks Saturday and Sunday FulIen Francisco was in Living on business Thursday and Fri day Will Pettus of Crab OFhard wa among his many friends here Sun dayJ M Cress was up from Preach Tuesday to attend the burial of Mr Hiatt Sirs Lou Storms of Kea y Ky was the guest of friends and rela eves here last week Mrs Pugh from Pittsburg wa guest of her sister Mrs L Smith Monday and Tuesday Mrs Parsons and sister Mrs Piker of Lebanon Junction is th guest of relatives here this week Rev A J Pike was called t Crab Orchard Saturday last t preach the funeral of Mrs Davy SmithEd Hurt L N brakeman wa brought home Wednesday fron Lebanon Junction afflicted wits rheumatismMiss Keisling of thfc place and Mr J M Blair of New lope eloped to Jellico Tues say night and were united in tk noly bonds of matrimony Wednes day morning at the Glynn Morga Iotel Miss Keisling is one of flrodheads nicest young ladie while the groom isa tehgrai operator and a promising you nan They wilLspend a trey d New Hopeafter which they w ovate in Rowland Cora short while t W l 1ts M 7Ir0J We extend our congratulations to this young couple and mjiy their pleasures be enact are the fis1Efof their many frieJ Mr Perauder iliatt u4tbf RockI castles most beloved 1 respected citizens who lived three miles East of Brcdhead passed quietly out of this life last Monday night Was buried in the Oak Hill cemetery in the preten e of a large crowd sorrowing friends and relatives Wednesday at 12 oclock Rev A J Pike preached the funeral ser neon from the text in Jofc Ift a man die shall he live again Bro Pike said in his sermon that he had never preached the funeral of any Ulan whose life be could rec commend as an epistle to be read and exemplified by men that would surpass the life and characteristics found in the deceased He was a warm hearted Christian and true hucbaudanda loving father He leave a widowed wife and one son They both with all the bereaved relatives have the deep sympathy of us all Their loss is Heavens gait COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE The Winter Term of the LEGIATE INSTITUTE opens January 8th and closes for the Spring cation March 31 This later date has been given in order that those coming from the public schools may begin the new subjects with the classes Teachers will not be- n the Intermediate Department as in former years but by themselves under a special instructor Tuitions will be paid by the month in advance as usual Collegiate Department 3 oo per month Teachers Reviews 300 per month- Intern1ediate Department 225 per month I Primary Department 150 per month Music per month 300 Any one desiring to pay by the term will be given a small rebate Do not forget that this school with its strong faculty can do more for the individual student than many a larger institution can COLLEGE NEWS The word Honesty was discussed in chapel this week We agreed that honesty includes faithfulness uprightness diligence and every other virtue that goes toward making the right kind of student We are sorry to have so many absent this month yet we are glad notice two points with regard to to absences That pupils rarely eta out except for sickness 2d That the best of us get behind if we lose the teaching of a single recitation The higher algebra class broke its twelve weeks record Friday when Walter Miller was unable to 1 rome to school Every day since school began there has been a good quotation upon the board in each room The on the board in our room to ay No I more so dark but Stars may shine t- cNhen evening gathers ever all One that we like is Not failure but low aim i- srimeLowellJunior Class LAND STOCK AND CROP The general impression among farmers seems to be that the rains if last week hive materially helped he prospects for wheat next yeart Vhile there are some people who till fear that the long drouth ha majoriiyauditions are of the opinion that he prospects have be n greatly nproved by the rain although th mount of moisture whibh the round received was very small nother condition which is regard d as favorable to the wheat is that vhile before the rain fell but little sad sprouted an examination be ow the surface shows that the roots are growing healthily ail3ithat the grains are still aliv- e1IEL1GIOUB 4 At the annual dinner of the in eruational committee of Youn leas Christian Associations o forth America the Secretary of he Navy said I believe that pice the sentiment of every roil oad man in the West when I speat f the associations work among tl 1ilr ads It has been better f ie railroads better for th11I1 d best of all for the public Ur Jrsuchmnll etntasitha not e association ibound to pt teas t t J f1 fJ 1 f t t lVi dIOj We are exhibiting the the most complete line of Winter Apparel ever brought to the town Our line of Mens Heavy Suits never equaled Ranging from 250 to 12 5O a suit fv V Jt OVERCOATS We are offering unusual BARGAINS OVERCOATS all the latest styles and quality guaranteed from 250 to 1006A J Mens Fleecd Underwear No other department of our Large Stock is more complete than this and we are Mens Heavy Fleeced Underwear at 90 cts a suit worth 125 E have the Goods you want and are making the priee to suit i For Sale offer for sale privately my welling Lot Store- House and stock of Gen eral Merchandise Good Stand Good Improvements Conveniently Located Big Cash Bargain for some one For lull particulars address C LPRUITT Middleburg Ky Show me some Rip Van Winkle rugs please said the lady shopper Pardon OJP saidthe puzzled salesman but Idont think I exactly undsrstand Rip Van Winkle Hvreplied the lady slept for twenty years Yes I know assented the salesman but Well she interrupted I want look at some rungs with an un usually long nap It Diggsby Poor old Meeker I feel sorry tor him After his wife died he married her dressmaker Waggsby Thought he would et rid of paving dressmaker bills Yes but the plan did tot work He rnot only has to hem but they are larger than Esraarelda Yes hetold meeverl was the only girl hewer Cordelia Well dont judge harshly dear His grandfather lied in a lunatic as vjum HeA man usually treats a wo tian right i She Yes but thtre are excep ions to ail rules jJ pouknow He WhatsjUte exception to this me SheHe sometimes maries Item Some men tedm to think they a perfect fighf to work less hemselves and at the same time swork others more jJ It is said that President Roosevelt has deterniinedj to call an ex ra session of Congress for next September or October to revise thee atilt POSTJSD We whose names appear below ttrlctly forbid hunting or soy kind of resapassing our farms and yrillj troiecute violators to the full extend f the law F Broughtoo G W Parsons Mrs 8J Wright W G Proctor W A Owens John Stringer D E Proctor E A Hearln WANTED 0CASH PAID FOR PRODUCE I will pay the following CASH PRICES for Poultry delivered at Irodhead Ky until Monday Dec alb Bens 7centa per pound poundTurkeys G eseui centsper r BRADFORD ALBRIGHT i1 Swilradvance prices if rtj8t swm receive produce u a1 Ft r HOUK ADAMS tu f t lltl tl COMING COMING 18 SANTA GLAUS AND I Chas GJDayis Drugstore 7 IWill be Headquarters for everything in his line 1 Plows Worlds Fair Candies lin Burnt Wood Boxes I ra4sr vhta WILLIS GRIFFINPractical Undertker and FUNERAL DIRECTOR Mt Vernon Kv Stock Complete and base done on short notice Come and see me anything I have not got can got for you on is ain that leave the city OR by wire Promptly Filled Phone No 63 E7ri ATTENTION y BY YOUR DRUGS FROM t DR DAMSf You dont have to pay for a Prescription Extra Special Attention to Children The Purest and Best Drugs only used in my Practice WANTEDIndustrious man or woman as permanent representa ive of big manufacturing company to look alter its business in this county and adjoining territory Business successful and established Salary 2000 weekly and expenses Salay paid weekly from home of flee Expense money advanced Experience not essential Enclose selfaddressed envelope G neralll Manager Como Block Ch TIAE HEAK6E Aclred Can iurnish Metalic Caskets Embalming UERS BUYING SC COUCHIAN New Disc nreI1Y i Io Hm and Pricetl Surest and Quickest Lure for ni THROAT and LUNG ntOUE- LES or MONEY BACK i cL Only T IasimplyTake I i of Dry Goods Clothing Shoes I Hats Caps and Groceries H I We are going to let them go If swing 25 50 per cent on your purchases of these- goDds toI is any object to you thin do nor be content with merely reading this ad but come and get the goods for no where else in allthis country can yon ever hope to match these prices I CALlCOESofatr kindsJ- ISr KO BLUFF RED GRAY BLACK and WHITE Apron Ginghams lie Gc Cotton Checks 4c 830 Cotton Chocks Oic Best Outings Vs 75c Fascinators 0c Fascinators 35c- WOJf DEIJPUL BARGAINS IN HENS LADIES and CHIL DI7EXR HOSIERY UN DERWEAR Cut froai tOt to 5c Baririhi in Shirt Waist Goods OVERCOATS Shirtwaist I Dojit Deceived We Lead Them All Always Have Always Get Tie labit rf trading at G BAKERS WAnD Mrs R P is slowly improving sirs G L Livisay and Mrs P r Payne arc on the sick list i iSt e Cash says says he is no readyifor alt who ark looking for tie frODlfMrs Torn to the wife of G S Cress on the jth a boy James William fcradley CressIMrs Livingston one day last week to see her daughter RirsGeo Sow dcr who is very sick S K DAVIS County surveyor onr most successful tcacnersI GKO W DEOKEil Who was a candidate for the Republican nomination for Jailer but defeated has filed a 1Lregularities which existed in many of the precincts Clifton Hello old seen you for an age HOYIareyotl1 Lmlow Im not as raivht Ive eujoveJ very poor health durh fjthe past 3 car CliftonWell Im glad you en jot it most people d tmJknow hdt t t ICrUR8 IS x f CLOTHING 5 Suits go for 350 750 Suits go for fci 00 10 00 Suits go for SS 00 BARGAINS that will SUR PRISE YOG in Mens New and Upto date goods Boys Suits Childrens Suits At Way down Prices Handkerchiefs Neckwear Mufflers Patterns Kid Gloves and Dozens of nice things for Xmas Presents Be We Will IJucLSeveral from this place attended church at Saud Lick last Friday vorrs Mattie left for her home in Louisville last week Mr Albert Wilson was at irvin last week smiling on bis best gtrl School closes here Friday Christmas with a grand enter t tin meat Hurrah for McKee We have an exchange here now and Mrs amyxis hellolady Little Miss Clot Gilbert from Boo evi1le is visiting htr uncle andaunt Dr and Mrs Amyx Mr Messer who has been herein the interest of the college build ing has returned to his home Misses Nina King and TiLJe Cook of Berea will probably spend Xmas visiting friends litre Miss Ionic harmer visited lie cousins Misses Nannie and itattie Morris at Waneta S turdai and Sunday Misses Lucy VlchLuIaliann iner Lpui candSdSau Johnson will enter school at Barea the firs of the year Mrs Nannie Clark and little daughter Lucile will leave shortly to visit Mrs Clarks sisterr Mrs H G Sandlin at Richmond Mr and Mrs Willie Fowler have moved to our little town to spend the winter with Mrs Fowlers parents Mr and Mrs W HI Clark Miss Mollie Farmer who basI flDrRichmond liar horiJt smiling as usual The candy party given at Mr and Mrs John Fowlers was a area sucess everyone reponlng 2 jrly time Those present were Louise and Sarah Johnson Mi Kastiue Miss tnniMr Miss Brad CartRM Bradshaw Jim Hoyd and Leonard Harrison City Attorney Stone has to accept the offer of the L ecjdl to act as its attorney ata salary of duoI1at some of his assistants may enter the service of the road e salary is 1000 more than the roan aid heretofore I r pAD IpI ruR SANTA CLAUS GOODS Dont care whether they bring anything or not We appre ciate the big business you iuvo givwn us this year and expect to snake hundreds of rifts to the children of Rock castle this week and next Wo want all the little boys anti girls to come with their par onts and visit us Vile U Carpenter returned possible Ils long as a man is of a forgiv a woman doesut care a rap whether he pays lIh debts or not IHusbandWheu wj were mar jried you confessed entire faith ii my vera ly but now you toni jsctni to believe a woid I say WifeYes hut this is a pre rei sire age yon know and even s rreoccasionally j A PLEASANT PILI No Pill is as pleasant and posi rise ns DeWitts Little batty Ris ers ate co mild and effective that children delicate ladies and weal people enjoy their cleansing efTtci while strong people say they are the best liver pill sold Sold hy Vernon Drug C- oPROFIT ofrtremendous importance to the farmer Wrong feeding j loss Right feeding is profit The uptodate farmer know what to feed his cons to get the most milk his pigs to get the most pork his hens to get the most eggs Science But how about the children Are they fed according tc science bone food if bones are soft and undeveloped s esh and muscle fodd if they bloodefood U there is anemia Scotts Emulsion is a mixed fee the Cod Liver Oil in it musclessthe Lime and Soda snake bone and brain It is the standard scientific food for delicate hildren Send for free sample that the lonnoi a libel u ou ut a ipper b- uyScottBowne Ct1EMISTSd09Pear y SIc and tall drujglit BRED i Z MORROW Ii1LDGET man woman and child in Rock castleas his frend Since his retirement from the bench in Jan 1904 be has devoted his entire time to the practice of his profes sion Ii = SUPT G M BALLARD Who was jenoirinafed hy tho Republicans hy a handsome najority lION It C VARRENI Who was nominated by the jincoln democrats ou the 3rd lust for County Judge by a audsome majority Col War yen has served as prosecutor and at as Judge in the CircuitCcurts f this county and has a host of Viends here who were glad to jcaros his splendid cue ess R S MARTIN A successful tobacco raiser nd manucacturer who urges hat the Rockcastle armersd1ote at least a ime to the cultivation of it Mr dartin has given the Rockcastlei oil a fair test in tobacco raising nd knows it to be a fact that itf vill produce a high graee sob c Inon JONES An Qld Rockcastle citizen who is now Marshal of Stanford and a better one than he never wore the blue IDR WALKER OWENS Who is meetingwith sj l ndid success in practice of his profession at Pengo this county Lawyer examining witness Where vas your Laid at the time madam LadySite was in my boudoir arranging my hair- LawyerAnd were you thefe alsf V r Lady 5ndiKnantlvrr3ir Jfrlaiut p =r m BESUREta t i ToQtE IIIiJJt a very i both nit nnclmm Nthi1 yH convince yOUt i like n personal inspection that our Stock is full oft i IIIIII PENNYJS Dour STORF f U I EtanForfl Ken u1ty tS t = == zmn Goto cIHERRVS ToV1i Christmas buyers of Cherrys Store IIneedMerry Christmas and Hrippv New y PRESENT Suitable for man woman or child can be hulat very re s enable pricesniee presents tool iE have turned our store ovr to SMntn OlnusV during the IloMiy season an lOllr pr es will be 180 chsap you will buy and be satisfied J THOS CHERRY IISaBrodhead Keitucky PREPARE FOR That Xmas Dinner By placing yom Order Early for the things you want for your Xmas Dinner J- 1 Fresh Oysters Crau Berries Celery Fr sliFruits And complete line of Staple anti1Ft ney Groceries is what you will find atIH Mf Vero- J oroceru orv =0 I 7 l r to Every On T rraled3ice fE keep everything that is kept in a first cla s country StIlT SewiiiMachineAll kinds of rrceries Queeiwware Tinware Mantes arid Bridies and a ruB line of Patent Medicines and especially horse medicine for fistula sweny scriuh s saddle and collar sores anti colic cure mincy refund BJ f not suti fiei 11illmy good prices for all kinds of rouce one a vl ft price W1 Kg OWSN3 Xear Sp at3 Qa ry POWELl STORE Will btr the place to hup your Fresh FLU ts Fre hCainte ofitrolls nr Fresh Oysters Every thing toll be Fresh from thc t We will also have a coiipete line ol FIRE IOtJ Which will beon sale at 12 oclock Cds ntas eve Our reulative of Staple and Fancy Groceries arc all newand gncd and at the most re3gonable prkes CALL AND SEE US ROBERT K POWELL Next door to M J Miller v P S To the boys who expect to spend a portion of the Holiday bunters we invite you to try some of our new loaded shells Fr HON B1 BETHURUM A former Representative and ore of our ablest and most cucce- fa iawt rs JOHJ W PARONS Jailor of Rockcastle CountIt McFERRONIR L Present deputy sheriff under H L Tate and the nomin his party for the nit term C M CUM INS A splendid Rockcastle c izeV who has been think ng of goLg to Corbin and starting a he tel Ahairraising story dehglts the heart of the baldheaded Ulan rI TURE 13 BLURRED J fpj III J jjp y t jij Sp g IAa spl success as teacher over in Jaefourson The richbman are apt to be poor i LEVEL ttKBKX And the Lord sendeth his on the and the pastorjustcold and heat winter and summer seedtime and harvest but in no al eludinThechine when he made the Heav jand the Earth the working that machine creates or brings about all these changes day nigut cold heat rain drouth winter summer long day short om s and andItile righteous ayaileth muchaJer vent prayer for rain is not out order and if it does no good ii will do no harm but we will show lour faith in Him by so doing who Jdoeth all things tve11at least Yes it has rained and the clergy enIfor it for the last two months Now if the prayers of the people brought it or the Lord sent it in a sp ctlway why did it not come sooner Why not before so much suffering by both man and IilThe simple resin is the machine cossnatures wheel but when it did lawyorGod of order as well as of justice and mercy we should remember 11Ve andIa time They used to keep us posted to a large extent on the doings atdjmisdoings and going to does ov the Holler sich az weddings court ships siparations divorces quar rels drunks runaway trades c sc but those old women have andIare therefore excusable These old ladies air twin sisters and came into the word by birth or otherwize otherwise tho reckon just after Noeys find and have bin ou hand ever since and to save my life cant tel whether which is smarter than tother or tother iz ahead 01 d1icb They air both well posted circlesISum ov our wellmformed Christ stewIin biukboard because the brutl rn IUd sistein have an organ in tin in ui1lUe TIte or a IUS with the Lord pro and con I went lo David the sweet singer of Israel a man after Gods own heart and in the last Sam and the 3rd verse thereof we read vex sire as you live its righr thar Praise km with trumpet sound praise irdwith organs and the danceChap 150 verse 3 Now what do you t IOhm the old Bible Well well ad unit it is and you coat from tint old Book every time it soots your iilength and I think itsa mity good book yit o I do fer it says Fear Gcd and His 1menuCanVellYOil know 1W colsIreckon we all have an idol and hls ICVumofus tlYesthisfriends 1oJ demo nn 1m ofIeesame spex But I cant for the life ofme object to the use of an orgau X rightraccompanimentsi indeed a jenell I wonder who said it This is indeed a beautiful saying we use We nee nt look for a Thus saith the Lord for weiup con sistency common good sense and thC1wiUWell slay and eat seem to be the general order since Roy Velt was readIleugthWellIlong or little long Ill bet a coon r phendtdyears and not a Mark Hanna itOuraCincinnati Drs treatmenLand is to v improving John M Hurst threat omtinrs uu still lit Ipl ttsVa n sell iiis paso al IJectsor the 3tst Inst near Wabd and wit the rest of the famil ave here in g the grand mother migrau Jessensas- of health resort BrcK VAR ON JP Py 1 ls11 tea p t LOGAN R HUGHKS of Stan ford Ony of tie in t successful professionstt er and real estate anent and until recently a partner in tho ryrdutrromptly and careful looked r r j W S BUItCHIITLe democratic nominee for county attorney of Lincoln yffco had over a half thousand to spare and ib en some although his oppo Owsleay r one lawyers the county and a veiy l opu j1stlybe rSj S lf jp f ll p r n on j n Eta c t JAMES MAl Er Llanngerof the local telephone exchange in this county and Sec of the Independent T one Association of costsky powderitpermitted is nose tojet close a womans cheek t f t T arts = ii IFJ ifillU Jilj J IS THE PLACE TO BUY CLOTHING AT COST 12 00 Suits now j 005 00 Suits now 3 00 We have about 300 Suits that wH 00CoatsOur 1 Suits of Underwear will go at 80 cts from the 6th until the 13th Regular lOCo Outing will be sold atOcls from the 6th until the 3thafttJwhich time it will be sold for lOch IN LA DIES DRESS GOODS we have the Finest line of Winter goods townI STOCK F KRUEGER SONS Mt Vernon Kentucky P SVntoli this smci fr Special Barirains Sheriffs Land Sales Ior one of my deputies will on Monday December 26 IgOl that being County Court day sell to the highest bidder the following tracts of land for taxes for the year 1904 H I S R C IDIsTRTcr No i Barnes J H 60 acres nearest resident C C Sowder tax and cost 315 ydentcost 2 Jtimmins Geo 60 acres nearest resident G W Payne tax andj cost 3 IL 75 acres nearest Iresident W B Whitehead taxj and cost 9 48 Livesay R HI lot Mt Vernon gsMillerresident Win Owens tax and QrMcPhersonre iient C J Larue tax an resiIIdentPence Squire So acres nearest t resident Thomas Hansel tax alt 552iSumnerresident Mary Lantern tax alt cost50J 2rCummins Jno C i acre ueare resident Dick Sowder tax and 35Davidsonresident Andy Hiatt tax and cost 4 05 10tnear1estMenifee A Cre6 acres nearest icosOwens Dora 5 acres nearest resij qcostDISTRICT No 3 Adams Lenard 75acres nearest anKd Ambers Charley 55 acres nearest resident Eliza Ambers tax and costolJa Berry Jno n r 400 acre near 1est resident Henry Berry tax and costS 93 Stnaofnd 4ro30 near est resident Jno Wren tax and rut 6 91 Davault Sarah 60 acres nearest resident A K McClary taxand 96Guiunresident Dillard Griffin tax an cost 4 Higginbottoin WR nr So acres1- nearest resident J W Lambert tax and cost 2 So Boacref 80Iresident Rube Wilmott tax and cost 4 Large Susan TOO acres nearest aLnd 46 Mitchell J IL nr 124 acrest neatest resident Felix Estrid ge jtax and cost 3 Mobley Sarahs heirs 50 are ncaiest resident Win Kirby iand cost 3 Moore J Vo acres nearest res dent J W Kirby tax cost 4 Magee Joe 10 acres nearest resident Aha Maret tax A Mrs Sarah too acres nearest resident W Q frock tax rind cost d9t 1otts Goo n r 40 acresjtnearest resident lick taxa i cost 2 98 j 1 Uu Pullen Alva heirs 80 acres near est evident Harrsion Dagger l9Ramseynt Stewart tax and 56Iu r 3 acres near est resident Tom Hnrst tax and 30Smithest resident 111ran Winkle tax and cost yt neariand cost 3 96 en Lucinda 40 acres nearest lnrilcostDISTRICT No 4 and6tcost 2 f4J iAngliu Robert n v 40 acre nearest R C Reed taxi and cost 2 iciojCaacres gSCain 31dCal roll Martin tax and cost 3 So Calvin Henry Go acres nearest resident P Scott lax owl cost 7 92 neardand coil 3 49 nearesdt cost 135 Dizney Bob 200 acres nearest resident Mrs Pigg lax and StCost 5 45 Evans J W 35 acres nearest resident Frank Swinford tax and cost 4 9 Forsvthe Jessie 35 acres neares resident Bob Rigsbey tax and cost 3 41 Gadd Chas 62 acres nearest resi dent James Croucher tax nnd c s 3 96 Hampton I Wn r 75 acres PIJiIippstxIleiulcrson Adeline 60 acres near est resident Mace Anglin tax and cost 3 40 Ie man Richard and Charley 50 acres nearest resident Taz Gadd tax and cost 2 gS C 1hamV Its heirs 56 acres lnearest resident J S Gadd tax cj3iRigsby Robert 100 acres nearest resident hills Gatliff tax and cost 5 02 Sailor Chas 149 acres nearest resident V G McGnire tax antScost 5 93 Shearer Susan 100 acres nearest resident R A Swinford tax and cost 495 Waddle J S nr 50 acres uear est resident Joe Branaman tax and cost 250 5din Liv ingston tax and cos 6 42 Bishop Sissy 50 acres nearest resi dent S R Singleton tax and 93Bullenest resident jJ5 Durham tax and cost 2 t8 Black Oi Gtoo acreV hoary t resident J S Jennings tax std cost 5 02 Carpenter F C o acres nearest resident Jas Durham tax sod cost 552 Cincinnati Cooperage Co 70 acres nearest resident Albert Anenl 9ottx and cot 1182 nearest02ptOMartica 50 acre near est resident Sam Singleton tax oand cost x98 Holland Hen y 75 acres nearest andand4cost 3 So CcoperagecCo Sacres nearest resident O M Payne tax and cost 495 Owenst David 75 acres nearest resident Abner Balling ir tax andcot65i Rockcastle Oil Land Co 3J JoneFrem1tRO kc1Sk Oii Land Cc loft TiriDISTRICT No 6 Robinson Jas 20 acres nearest resident fno Halcomb tax IIIIt cost 3 56 Vaughn Jno 24 acres nejiret resilient Johnny Griffin tax ant ostJ5S DISTRICT No 7 resident r cost 5 5 Branson J Bo acres nearest resident A 1Icely tax and cost jjBiodhead henrys heirs ares nearest resident H Lamb tax and cost 5 r Joe town lot in Livingston tax and cost 3 ifCarrot W H 30 acres uearc resident B F Lamb tax atcyst- Cox 5 5 James heirs 60 acres nearer resident Wm Griffin tax iu l ChtzCrawfoJd heirs 30 acres nearest resident Mary Owens tax anl V cost 4 05ADurham J In acres neare resident Grant Lovings tax ar i cost 3 Fdmcnou heirs 127 stores jsaRr est resident Eo AlulJjiig tax aii SSi Grifiin Sarah a heirs 40 acre nearest resident J Ili Collin tax and cost 2 c3 Herley Mahea n r 30 acre Doleor5tHays Chester 3 acres nearest resident Henry TJrunimitt tai and cot 2 5 Leavell Sally and J B 600 acre nearest re idesit M F Jones t anl cost 13 s i Overbay Jerry 62 acres neare Gresident F la JIb tax atlcost 4 j Sullivan J Ano r 162 acre nearest resiIent Stove Moon too acres tear L C K R R InOcrheyfcONTINtEn OX HOrRTrt PACTvl r GEO W BROOKb A splendid Roc astl h1n Ivlu is loolciug after the brid on this division of tiE Lc XI W C SWII FORD Livingstons splendid barbs ATTORNEY L W HETHURUM himself able prosecutor and to day stands ICOiTYpartv for the office of County Judge n JUDGE M L JARVIS Of the 28th Judicial district The second youngest judge in the State who is becoming very popular throughout his district H L TATE Sheriff of Roekcastle and a number 1 good one i REV RB MAHONEY One of the Most successful insurance men in the State He writ fire life land accident with lire as his leader With the last mention there is doubtless an agency outside of thelarger citie titwhich does the volume of business inthe runofla year 7nsoes e his Stanford agence ifI i rI PUq lr 13 DJB lraJIN IS SUP CLOSE t EUGENE MULLINS Who is now in Aztec N M for his health which we are aw fntly glad to say is improving PSNNINGTON General manager of W J Sparks rook crusher plant at iMullins Station Of the four hunts now opened byISparks none have made a showing than this one and the splendid manner in which Mr P has conducted the work is v r pleasing to the proprietor 1V R JONES InowMart is doing well in his new borneI J F GRIFFI t Rockcastles Circuit Court Clerk- J J PING A formea Roclicastle boy who is making a reputation for himself as a teacher in Missouri sMany a mans charitable reputa tion is due to the fact that he gives pnbliciy audstealsptivately i t H B HOUR Who is now holding a position as clerk with Houk Adams W M KRUEGER General Manager of the large store and limekiln of Fritz Krue gar S Sons He is strictly busi ness from the word g and by keeping a close watch of his ad vertisement which appears reg ninny each week in the SIGNAL you will be able to obtain many god bargains T F COOPER Of Livingston who can build a house with as much accuracy and dispatch as any man we have ever seen COSSIE D SUTTON Salesman for UG Baker anc a good one he is T A STEWART A Rockcastle boy Who is study l ipglav at Danville Y mmvvsfe beeuIper sonal supervision since its infancy Allow no to deceive YOU in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justnsgoodare but TJrperirnents tlirt trZfle rilli nd cmlaHgcr the licaltli of Infants and ChildrenExperience against Experim- entWhat is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor 011 Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind C9liCIt relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy aunt natural sleep The Childrens Panacea The Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought- In Use For Over 30 Years THE BPK OF kT VERNON MT VERNONrKY OPENED 1900 CAPITAL STOCK 315000 C C WILLIAMS PRES JAS T ADAMS VICHPRKS W L RICHARDS CASHIER A B FURNISH ASST CASH DIRECTORSC C Williams Geo Livesay A T Fish S H Martin Rod Perry J E Houk We solicit accounts of firms and individuals Caretul atte tion is given collections entrusted to us Our friends and patrons art invited to call when in town PboneNo 55 LAND ALESI rCONTINUED FROM FIRST PAGE Sharp Frankn r 130 acres nearest resident Joe Minton taxj and cost 3 J9 Stalsworth Thomas 150 acres near- ests resident A H McFerron tax and cost 6 42 Wolfe W H 10 acres nearest 801VHazel tax cost 4 45 DISTRICT No8 nearIestand cost 2 26 Deaton Louisa ion acres nearest resident Green Renner tax and costJ49 Dyer J F 25 acres nearest resi dent Thomas Bowman tax and cost 3 5 Fortner Ruhin 25 acres neares resident E Whitaker tax and cost 2 50 Hammock Gen 100 acres neatest resident Elizabeth Harper tax and Cot 3 49 nearestlresident DISTRICT No9 McLemore T G 100 acres near est residence Joe Meece tax andi cost Poynter Ida 8q acres nearest resi1- dence Jno Hurst 20 acres near est resident Sallie Hurst tax cost andI DISTRICT No io Adams A E 5 acres nearest resident Tilden Frith tax and 051Adams itaxAdams Smith 5tcres 2 year 1nearstxe3ide t Hugh Johns tax and cost 6 60 Wanton E I 4ti5 acres neares resident W W Brock tax an cost 5 9 Brock W T n r I7 o acres nearest resident Sallie Roberts tax and cost 5 44 Caudy Margaret heirs 50 acres nearest resident A J Haggard tax and cost 2 75 Crawford S Jnr 75 acres nearest resident jN Crawford tax and cost 6 91 Cummins Chas 125 acres nearest resident Geo Thompson tax ind resdentlWillie Gilbert Savlnr town Sulphur tax and cost 2 98 Gilpin Tilman 4 hits in Brndhead 160 acres nearest resident R Adams tax and cost 16 76 Hunley Mrs nT 62 acres near I est resident M Newcomb tax and cost 495 LovinRsWrn 70 acres nearest res identBuifRQSS tax andcost3 Sj Hoskins J F 169 acres nearest resident Alfred Leece tax and cost 12 68 Lawrence R E 75 acres nearer resident Josiah Wiggins 40 acres nearest resident Alf Owens tax and cost 5 52 JMobley Wm Tn r 9 acres nearest resident Jno Osborne tax and cost 2 30 neartest resident A J Haggard tax and cost 2 25 nearesrresident Press Overbey tax an cost 3 96- Singleton Jesse n r 1400 acres resident John Blanton Inearest cost n Si jSowder Mnlvina 4 acres nearest resident W R Owens tax and cost 3 96 Thompson F M n r 87 acres nearest resident J Mobley and cost 3 75 6Riggis Green 35 acres nearest resident Wm Crank tax and 50Iresident H G Howard tax and artJ7S Phelps J B 104 acres nearest resident W C Hopkins tax and cost 8 49 Owens Mrs Amanda t I acres near est resident Robert Hamm tax and cost 2 50 Iunceford Win i acre nearest resident Joe Pnrcell tax and JClst 3 72 Mink Marys heirs 72 acres nearest resident Daniel Belcher tax and cost 2 Xcwcomb Marion So acres nearest resident B Purcell tax and IIcost 3 92 Hull Matilda 40 acres nearest resident Robt Paragon tax and cost 3 70 nearestreslIIKng Mary E n r 63 acres nearest attd 325d1A FOR PILES Itching blind bleeding or pro truding piles Druggists refund money if Pazo Ointment fails to cure any case no matter of how long standing in 6 to 14 First application gives ease an rest Soc If your druggist it send 500 in stamps gad it will b forwarded postpaid by Paris Medicine Co St Louts Mo CIAS OLD Ii 012 DY 1TJ LAXATINE BROMO Our NINE Tablets All druggists refundJ the money if it fails to cure Groves signature is on each box 25CtS Any honest labor is letter loafing but quite a number ofthanf seem to be unable t Jp reciate e fact that thisisafact= a J CC Williams AT ORNhYATLAW MT VhRMGA Ll tSrbttKL Ci e ficci il ibtlsaiikol AuYeiuofcci 1Lirtb olitet fcjtcitl aticitici fcvtu to collections SoIM L MYEIES EmbalmerUetitist ttendIThe VERAWDA HOTEL JOSEPH COFFEY PROPR Stanford Ky Specially equipped for traveling men Sample room on first floor Bath rooms free to guests RATES 200 ser day IW M Francisco NUUE8TAL WORKS Brodhead Ky Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones FIRSTCLASSGIVEN Miller House HUGH MILLER PROPRIETOR Headquarters fort Commercial Men te0 Porter at all trains j MT VERNON DIRECTORY COURT CALENDAR COUNTY COURT Fourth Monday in each month MondCIRCUIT COUHT Second Monday in February Fourth Monday SeptemberMT VERNON POLICE COURT Third Monday in each mt nth CHURCHESCU Church Preach atIa m every eeuugEveryTlturaday730pmThe all servire on the UhUDi morning and evening rfaptiat Church Services on the Third Sundayhooltetinc on Tuesday nights MASONIC Mondayf MMN CHAPTRNO- 140MEETS every SECOND MONDAY at 2 p m MACCABEES K T il TENT No meets every la and 3rd Monday at 730 p ui JAS E ITODK Com CIA1 C DAVIS K Indigestion Causes Catarrh of the Stomach thatIopposite Indigestion causes catarrh Re prated attacks of Indigestion inflames tha mucous membranes lining the stomach and exposes the nerves of the stomach thus cans ing the glands to secrete mucin instead of the Juices of natural digestion This la called Catarrh of the Stomach Kodol Dyspepsia Cure relieves all inJiamrniilon of the mucous membranes lining the stomach protects the rtsittgsddyspepsia and all stomach troubles EateEcttlsscrly Rseahr S 00 tee the trial sells for cents Prtparvd by EO DWITT A Chicago IL FOR SALE BY MT VERNON DRUG CO MOTHERS BE CAREFUL oj the health of your children Look out for coughs colds croup and whooping cough Stop them in isfDrug y