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Digital page images are linked to the text file. j E A c i 6CAo e UuuI f f Y DrrWu poFT t7 VOLUME XV liT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY APRIL 11 1902 NUMBER29 TELL MY FRIENDS TQ BE BRAYS ARll FEARLESS AND LOYAL TO THE GREAT COMMON PEOPLE f DO You EAT DO You WEARJ I0 IhaveI Hwe YOU WILL FIND eVeRYTHING YOU WANT TO EAT AND WEAR I DONTflliltoeomeandseeG TourpriccsonMEATCOFFEESUGARFLOURANDLARD IGreaiet J argainp Can be Obtained at THE MOST SUCCESSFUL THE MOST RELIABLE THE MOST POPULAR STORE IJ1 ROCKCASTLE Wind Whistles rice Talk Money TakY WE HAVE JUST- RECEIVEDD ONE OF THE NICEST WHATYOUIGET Pretty Dry and to Also Have a New Line of Mens Youths and Childrens Clothing Ranging from 650 to 10 00 We ask all to come in and examine our line of GENERAL MERCHANDISE We MAKE PRICES on SHOES Have one of the most line of Shoes in BRODHEAD KY ShoesPrices from loc to 450 per pair A gents for BEAR and Fertilizer 105 per hundred and Upward GROCERIES pricesfafaforRemember the place Your Trade respectfully solicitedIC H FRITH BRODHEAD KY CONWAY 0 L C Smith was up from Wildie last Tuesday- Dr Cornelius was here from Berea Monday buying hogs Jesse Dykes was in Richmond Monday and Tuesday on business James Early was here from Berea first of the week on business Little Mary daughter of Mr and Mrs J S Arnold is very ill at this writingLittle Flora the daughter of Mr and Mrs J H Si man is very sick at this writing- J H Sigman was in Berea Tues day to see the physician in to his sick baby Mr and MrsE Hill of Scaf fold Cane were here last Sunday visiting relatives Miss Sarah Lawson of Wallace ton is here this week sewing fo Mrs Lizzie Jones Little Ellen Johnson the four yearold daughter of Mr and Mrs Andrew Johnson died last Satur day evening and was put away las Monday in the Scaffold Cane CemeteryOur and neighbor D C Pulling has the most complete beehive on record of his own inven tion and it would be well for all who are in need to call and look at this wonderful hive before lay a supply for the season U S Berry has armed himsel- with a new Oliver Chilled plow and neveEplowed with anything but a bull tongue before and he is tickled to death to see the soil turn bottom side up and often remains in the field long after dark and his wife tHIs to hunt him up 4A Maryland negro used a crow bar to tampa dynamite charge A few mutilated remnants cf him weie found OUR QUOTATIONS APPEAL TO YOU IN PowerfulLanguage AND COMPLET EST LIVES of Goods Notions fiver Brought godhead WILL CLOSE complete OX PricesJFrom regard ingin IBRODHEAD Mrs Bettie Brooks is on the sick list this week Charley Pike is home from Louisville this week Mr J M Hurst of Richmond was in town Sunday and Monday Mrs C H Frith entertained the Junior Game Club Thursday even ingMrs Henry Tharp and children of Stanford are visiting Mrs J R Lass Mrs Dannie Owens has just re ceived a beautiful line of millinery goods Mrs Billie Burdette and little son David have been visiting i Crab Orchard Dr Benton has returned fro Philadelphia where he had been attending lectures tr0 Lancaster Tuesday morning afte a pleasant visit with homefolks 3 Harvard the infant son of Mrs D W Gibbs was buried at th TiestMr C C Howell after a visit of a few weeks here has returned to St Louis Mo where he has position Mrs Patten and daughter who have been visiting Mrs Percy Ben ton returned to their home in Cynthiana Monday STRENGTHf g and vigorous when your blood r s pure Many nay most women fail to properly digest their food and so become pale sallow thin weak while the brightness fres tiessand beauty of the skin and complexion depart Remedy this unpleasant evil by eating h ing food apd taking a small dose fTerbine after each meal to tlige what you have eaten 500 at Chas C Davis drugstore UJGBakFBame JXore Hoods For game money GREENSEditor Signal Sir I notice that your other correspondents give the doings and whereabouts of thei nabors and for fear you shoul- come to the erroneous conclusion that I am a hermit Ill do likewise at this writing- First Jep Mullins tho three score is sorely afflicted with meas les but is pulling for tbe shore Henry Catrou looks in day time and dreams at night about cattle and sheep Alicr Sowder bot the C D Burnett farm for 32a1 tho he has hundreds of acres more than he will cultivate fog he just wont work and I dont blame him I wont nutlier f Uncle Bill gave Henry Catron- I good ewes and throde the lambs Morganiis to r at 40 per JarvIsrjs forIweek and turned 3 shoes whil Jack McMullin took up nine grubs cut six groundpoles and burned some sedge grass and shooa bossOrison Lawrence moved to the aunt Surrilda farm and firmly settled for 1ifeBrad Cummins had measles but it never broke out W L Cummins visited his lathe a Mt Vernon last weekj J DeBord has made 9 rails hauled load of wood and broke a tate patch John Thompson has planted his iugons Wade Brown buil 20 pandles of fence and then wen to town on business while Sam Brown by the help of his wife has planted his garden Bill Todd hewed a log and went to the store and I well Ive done nothin but I had 175 peach trees transplanted and vines trimmed an- direadjustedJack t Towery took his intended out Sunday in a buggy prettynsoon so says Johnmto Price BrosBetsy has sot 2 hens and Sams wife sot anothera different henAunt Liz Lawrence yearrpreparing for a good crap but his hoss wont work Uncle Bob Tay andenow score stoutest and healthiest roan iii the Union to his age and he says th quitting of the use of tobacco di it Why cant more of its goand- l do likewise Tobacco kill z men where whisky only cripples one = Joe Brown is in milking 8 cows and dying the house work Overton Brown is in Missouri running Boss Hastys farmWad e Brown has the best Hoss and Jack in Rockcastle county Cam Sow der has bot a bone cutler in oils r to snake his hens lay more eggs He feeds tlietn the bones when cut fine Just any oltf bones will do the work Lots of pasnips taters and ingerns thihs has fenced his farm and will stoc it with sedge grass the best cow on this side Of the earth urtuudornt1mytany have supplanted the place of cos acid art1legal teiider fo Possunv ft Holler except duties on imports and intrust on the public debt They beat possum skins to all herl ulII swopped bosses and my new hoss has gone back on me notafor the men have a right or they take it at any rate This will show you that we have populous town of thrifty energetic people mostly men wimmin andchildrenPeach trees are blooming aqd there will be plenty of fruit to load the trees if not killed later Apples O yes ap ples by the peck We have a good fruit country here if it dont get killed and we can beat SamHill for rabbits and pessums Brush Creek and Big Skaggs have both been on a high recently do ing some damage to fencing where they carne in contact rWe see that Marcus Marcuriojis Arousing declaredsin very emphatic language that he Presir dent in 1904 Well Hanner neith er will I for the same good reason andeso do I but then who cares a con tenental if you be a candidate Many bigger men than you have run and been left Now you just try it if you wish acid if the repub licans dont beat in the first round well do you up in the second BUCK VARNON ORLANDO o Livringston withtrheumatism J B Reams has two children sick with pneumonia fever John B Childers has moved from near this place to Wm Owens farm Mrs Henry Hundley of Man Chester is visiting her parents here this week Fishing tackles are in demand and the sport will soon commence in earnest A J Baker is opening a coal bank near David Laswells on northside of Brush creek Sol Ball of our town has moved to Red House Madison county to take section foremans place WALKS WITHOUT CRUTCHES sciaticadwick Co K nugoing about on crutches and suffering a deal of pain I was induced to try Bollards me1Igreatest liniment I ever used have recommended it to a number of persons all express themselves as being benefitted by it I now walk without crutches able to perform a great deal of light labor ou the farm 250 soc and 100 at Chas C Davis drugstore 1We are told that the company that is to control the American rights of Marconis wireless system aof telegaphy is to be capitalized at 6000000 but what we would like hto know is tiowmrich real money is t6 iJe but in the scheme r I AT IyouNext Week Will Ri9e A Beir Load oflall KmEs f Firirmtiar aad will Kill FbI FMpelitiFi WITH OUR LOW PRICES BEE LICK o Mr Elmer Payne of Albia is very low of pneumonia fever Miss Addie Brown is visiting Miss Dissie Albright this week Mr Mack Barnes and family visited relatives near Quail last Saturday and Sunday Mr aim Cummins and wife of Jellico Tenn are the guests of Mr and Mrs Jackson Scott Sunday school was organized last Sunday at the Baptist church with an enrollment of forty pupils Mr James Brown sold to Geo Estes two nice heifers for 34 an bought a buggy from Mr Estes for o- Josh Wilson and W H Blown bought fifty hogs last weekWrom various parties to be delivered the st of May J M Reynolds of this place and Willie Mullins of Maretsburg went to Preacbersville Monday on im portant business matter Rev David Gentry filled his ap pointment at the Christian church Sunday and delivered quite an interesting sermon onC Faith Messrs Willie and Hugh Mullins and their pretty sister Miss Maggie are spending the week with their sister Mrs J M Reynolds Messrs Emmet Gooch and Gen try Weaver have gone to Indiana with the intention of spending the remainder of the year in the Hoosier stateMr John W Ramsey and Miss Myrtle Daily have returned from Buckeye after spending easter with their many friends and relatives at that place Mr George Parsons has secured a position on the C O railroad with headquarters at Lexington His wife nee Miss Mollie Brown expects to to Lexington at an early date to reside Mr Gillis Colson came home from the northern part of the state last week where he has been can vasiug for a portrait company Hs and his wife have gone to house keeping near here THE GREAT DISMAL SWAMI Of Virginia is a breeding ground of Malaria germs So is low wet or marshy ground everywhere These germs cause weakness chills and fever aches in the bones and muscles and may induce dangerous maladies But Electric Bitters I never fail to destroy them and cure malarial troubles They will sure ly prevent typhoid We tried many remedies for Malaria and Stomach anti Liver troubles writes John Charleston of Byes yule 0f but never found any thing as good as Electric Bitters Try them only joe Satisfaction guaranteed st all druggists LIi3c N stock went to 109 4 in ie rorl 5aturdaS CRAB ORCHARDS0El- ias Baker of Gum Sulphur is in town selling booksrMiss Alice Green spec day last and Sunday Jj brother M D Greets D G Holman and law Miss Hazel Slat returned to Mobile A Mrs Newland and I er Annie are taking at the Gover House nov Mrs Ruth Coffee anc Miss Lina are spending ys with her sister Mrs Mage r conda y but we are glad to say is better at this timet 1f 0 i Miss Mary Rogers of Small5 1 ePI i I Kentucky is spending the wedtJjIJI with her brother Mr Galen Rogers and family Born n the 4th to the wife of J Wren a sonAlso on the 5th to the wife of Marion McFadden a daughter S P Gray who has been in Bluefields West Va selling oil stock is with his wife and little daughters at S A Middletons Miss Alice Fish has been very sick with jaundice but is repqrted better at this writing Little Man tez Fish has been having chills The oil fever is high just nowAand men women and children are taking stock Dr Doores jatBurnside speculating in oil fields Emigration still continues and S J Harris left on April ist for iTacoma WashyM D Green leaves next Saturday for Salina KansasofC C Johnson son of W H Johnson who has been in California for his health has returned to his fathers not much improved He has throat trouble This is rather a dull time for Crab Orchard very few people at the hotels except a few jags at the Springs where they pay too to be made quit drinking Some sickness in this vicinity and Andrew Foley who is in his 88th year has been confined to his house for several weeks with a severe cold but is improving Winter lingers ou the lap QISpring Did you ever see such weather for the time of earn is the exclamations of every one you meet but think we forget one year Iyearwarm weather some time iu July if not sooner HERBINE CURES Fever and Ague A dose will usually stop a chill continuancee always cures Mrs War M Stroud Midlothian Texas May 31 1899c writes We have used Herbine in our family for eight years audiound lit the best medicine we have ever used for la grippe fever and malaria 500 at Chas C DavisV drugstorer x liZf j MtVernonSigna4RR1Dix l r Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR ioo Advertising rates made knotapplication H II ItENNlNGER Of Vayns connty it a candidate for State Treasurer subject to the action ef the Democratic party REPRESENTATIVE GRIGGS the new chairman of the Democratic Congressional Campaign committee is a believer in deeds rather than advance advertising of what he in tends doing When asked to say something about the selection of the Executive committee which is to assist him in managing the cam paign he said Not one of the committee of seven now knows what the other six men have in wind about the personnel of the executive committee yet to be agreed upon We intend to get the parts of our machine ready in a night to set it up oil it and have it running the next morning Then there will be no unnecessary talk about it- REALR ADMIRAL SZHXSY has ac cepted an invitation hjgpught him by a committee r the citiz ens of Me ssee to visit that ci of this month raved on a silV t wide fastened d oak and makmuchprized addiIon of popular souvrAdmiral Schley t CArL OBERIIN 3 BpER who is in Fort Leaveaworoi Military Prison serving a sentence for rob jrL4jug the government passed the danger point of his attack of typhoid h fever suspiciously quick The sympathy dodge is a very old one V and the fact that Carters former j business partners are fugitives from justice limy have caused him to try it on TIlE Civil Service Commission in a report called for by a Senate resolution says there are now 30 t 584 names on its eligible list As this is a greater number than could J receive appointments in ten years it is surprising that the commission goes right alongholding new ex i animations 1 ELSEWHERE in this issue will bet found the announcement of Mr H- IlL Henningef of Wayne county I H candidate for State Treasurer Mr JIeirainger bears tlfe reputation of Pinga man worthy of the office to which he aspires and will no doubt b actoog man in the race = =1 SENATOR QUAY was inclined to be humorous when he proposed an amendment to the Chinese exclu sion bill excepting Chinese Chris tians from its provisions It would 4not keep out a single Chinaman PAYING more for every necessity and getting no more for their labor is one of thr sorts of prosperity that is helping to make the election of a democratic House this year and a President in 1904 a certainty REPUBLicANS in the Rouse have a Philipginerbill that Differs radically from the Senate bilLtIt provides the jfjolfl standard coinage instead of silyeriasproposedDy the Senate bilLs for the islands i TirE bill providing for a bodyguard for the J President DQtI havipg passed the House no diets guarded Mr Roosevelt during his visit to the Charleston Expo sition PAER mill workers in Wisconsin are on a strike for1 Shorter hours If this sort ofthingrkeeps uj news gaper workers will be striking foraday of fourteen oififteenhours tJ roo THE toadies of the New York chamber of ComuTerce will invite the Pi mciilot Wales to attend the dedicatxm of their new building 3 he Prince habit is catching IO T t vf f lID kA 7 1t OLD HICKORY CHIPS OT By Our Assopiate Editor i The oyster trust is a Iihllatein getting into business as this is the last R month until fall Oenlew Wallace now has a grievance against the English Ben Hur was hissed in London Republican leaders of the House are showing themselves to be old men afraid ofthe Ship Subsidy job byIdays after thecrime was committed Cecil Rhcdes accumulated 25 000000 for himself and a very troublesome lot of territory for EnglandSatan masqueradingin a monks cowl wasnt in it with Mark Hanna masquerading as a friend of the working man Powell Clayton pulled off a vindication during his visit to Wash ington and will retain his job as Ambassador to Mexico If the friends of the Nicaragua Canal bill in the Senate do their duty they will get action on the bill at this session or keep Congress in session all summer The republican steering com mitt e of the Senate made sure of another delay for the Nicaragua Canal bill when they decided that the Phillippine bill should follow the Chinese bill The pneumatic tube men are to be taken care of in this years Post Office appropriation bill They must have squared themselves with the republican bosses since the last session of Congress NEWS ITEMS 0 President Kruger has been in vited to visit Chicago by Mayor Harrison Seymour Ind has given 27 000 to three factories to induce them to locate at that point President Roosevelt and party left Washington Monday to attend the CharlestoiTIJxposition 4l The reciepts of the Louisville post office for the year ending April ist were 526002 40 The Worlds Fair will be post poned until 1904 on account of not being able to get ready against 1903James Whitfield President of the Western Baseball League committed suicide Monday morningat Kansas City Henry V Lane whose father left him 2000000 was releived of a 40066 debt by the oankrupt law at Chicago Dr Agnew a colored physician was held over at Danville to the Federal Court at Frankfort for sending a criminal prescription through the mails A man in Michigan claims to have located hell at a subterranean depth of five miles but there are still philosophers vho insist that it is more apt to be carriedaround under a hat Will Randle colored of Tus cumbia Ala killed the sheriff and four of his passe and wounded four more two of whom will die Ran die was wounded and then burned to death in his own house LIVINGSTON oWm Baker js in Cincinnati this week l J CRineheart went to Mt Ver non Tuesday J A Oliver is with his wife at Wabd this week W A Shepherd moved to Leba non Junction Tuesday Tom Argenbright is inCdying ton this week on business Mr Oliver is visiting his sons Dock and Joe herethisweek Mrs C A Moore left yesterday to join her husband in Louisville j R B Mahoney of Stanford was here writing insurance Wednesday IvisitigT D Mullin Jacob Sambrobk and G D Cook were in Mt Ver non iron day r J I L t4r f y 41 t J j l Senator G T Farri was here Friday in the interest of the Frank fort Chair Co r John Howell has to house jjirkeepingG W Dryliouse Qapt Matlock has returned from a visit to Florida and is on his regular runs over the KCagain IJarry Lee who has been at home with the measles is back be hind the counter at Houk Adams Spencer Mullins and wife of Big Hillare here to attend Mrs Mar tim Mullins his sister while un dergoing a medical treatment by Dr W J Childress J Drs Pennington and Ghildress performed a surgical operation on Mrs Martha Mullins Wednesday afternoon removing a tumor from her neck She is getting along nicely DIED Sunday April 6th at the residence of his parents near town James Henry Mpunce aged 27 years He was the eldest son of Mr and Mrs Allen Mounce and was loved by all who knew him The funeral services were heldat the Christian Church Mr and Mrs Allen Mounce de sire to extend their most heartfelt thanks to their many friends who were so kind to them in their sad bereavement So many were so kind to them through the sad or deal that they would if they could thank each in person but that be ing impossible desire in this way to let all know that they appreciateS beyond measure what them x There was quite an excitement at the Mullins Hotel Thursday morning The house caught fire at the flue in the third story but everybody responded to the fire alarm and by heroic efforts saved the howe from the flames Mrs Mullius wishes to express her thanks to all who helped so faithfully and especially those who faced fire and sparks to save her proverty PINELHnt 0 Mr Freeman Joknson is home for a short visit Miss lola Jones of Hazel Patch is with homefolks Mr L J4Tarrettof Brodhead spent Wednesday here on business Mr Walter Rose cf Louisville was with Mr Jas Meadows Sun day Mr Frank Poteet was out from East Bernstadt the first of this weekMr L Metesser returned home from Philadelphia Pa Sunday morning Mr Smith filled his appointment here preaching Saturday evening and SundayIMr and Mrs L M Rose and Thomas Hurley spent Sunday with relatives here Messrs Frank Farmer and Wm Sympson were up from Livings ton this week Miss Mattie McFerron spent Saturday and Sunday with frienjs at Mt Vernon Mrs L Metesser and sister Miss Asliby were in Mt Vernon Wednesday shopping- Mr E L Ware Express Route Agent paid Pine Hill one of his flying calls Wednesday Miss Ashby entertained Friday afternoon The main feature of the entertainment was pulling can dy which was thoroughly enjoyed by all present Mrs Moore and Jjttle son of Livingston left this week for Louis yule where they will make their slherenews WANTED Reliable man for Manager ofa Branch Office we wish to open in openinggood reference when writing THE A T MORRIS I WiIoLEsAL HOUSE Cincinnati Ohiosi Illustrated catalogue =cts stamps The public high school at Som erset burned yesterday Loss 20 opor insurance 15000 ii k r rt 5 5S1Ss IN = r THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES FOR THE EASTERN j DISTRICTDFKEN i TUCKY I 0 JIN BANKRUPTCY In the of Matter 1 JarnesC Mullihs j Bankrupt RICHMOND KY Apr 7 19021 To the creditors ot James C Mullins of Livingston in the districtlaforesaid H Notice is hereby given that on CIMl1lJrupt and that the first meeting of ot his creditors will be held at teoffice of Dillion Hotel in uivings ton Ky on Wednesday April 30 1902 at 3 oclock p in at which time the said creditors may attend prove their claims appoint a trus tee examine the Bankrupt arid transact such othei business as may properly come before said meeting R W MILLER Referee in Bankruptcy SPECIAL TRAIN TO DALLAS TEX ACCOUNT CONFEDERATE REUNION APRIL 2225 Lealring Louisville via L Sr N R Rf 1130 a m SUNDAY APRIL 20TH going via Memphis thence the IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE through Little Rock to Texarkana and the Texas and Pacific Railway to Dallas Free Reclining Chair Cars Coaches Pullman Tourist and Standard Sleepers will be operated on the Special Train to go through to DALLAS WITHOUT CHANGE arriving 600 p m Monday Apr 21 Connection will be made with the Special Train from points on the L N R R between Leba non Junction and Middlesboro Rate one cent per mile in each Direction for the Rouud Trip Cir culars giving full details of Spe cial Train scedule rates etc will be furnished by calling on any LOUISVILL NASHVILLE R R TICKET AGENT SPECIAL TRAIN WILL BE PERSONALLY CONDUCTED BY RAIL ROA Representative The TRIP of ALL TRIPS at the Lowest R- atelEvTicket Agents or address R T G MATTHEWS T P A Iron Mountain loute- Louisville Ky On Jelliespreserves and pickles spread a thin coating of I PURE REFINED PARAFFINE Will kelp them absolutely moisture and acid proof Pu re fll1ed laramne also ueful in n dozen other ways about the bouse packageSold STANDARD OIL CO HOUSEWORK Too much housework wrecks wo mens nerves And the constant care of children lay and night is often too trying for even a strong woman A haggard face tells the story of the overworked housewife and mother Deranged menses ieucorrhoea and falling of the womb result from overwork Every housewife needs a remedy to regulate her menses and to keep her sensitive female organs in perfect condition WINEOFCARDUI is doing this for thousands of American women today It cured Mrs Jones and that is why she writes this frank letter Glendeaue KyFeb 10 1901 1 am so glad that your Wine of Cardui Is helping inc I am feeling better than- I hare felt for years I am doing my own work rithout any help and Iwashed last week and was no one bU tired That shows that the Wine Is doing megoodt am getting fleshier than I over was b3fore and sleep takingWiaedown five or six times but rougJ1theJ1e AT DRI1GGISTstTor adrlee and literature I i t5ThLaesAdviaorT DepartmeittTb Teas 7 c ARE YOU DEAF I f I ALL CASES OF DEAFNESS OR HARD ARE NOW by our new invention Only those born deaf HOMEML HEAD NOISES CEASE y F A WERMAN OF BALTIMORE 1701 Gentlemen Being entirely cured of deafness thanks to your give you a full history of inv cast to be used at your li rctioii t years ago right ear began to sing and this I lost mv entirelyI catarrh for three months without a nnm bcr of physicians among others the most eminent ear specialist me that only an operation could help me and even that only would tutu cease but tue hennng m the ffeded ear would be lost I then saw votir athertisement iccidei ally in a New York treat nieut After I land used it only a few days according to your ami lodav after five weeks hearing in the diseased ear hag been you heartily and beg to remain Very truly yours F A VKRMAX 730 S Mfl Our treatment does not interfere with your IUxuninntion ana YOU CAN CURE YOURSELF AT AURAL cLINIC 596 LA SALLE AYE fflJAGO ILL IINTEffilJiliAL 1111 rtnon Iibowels but regular action cannot be secured until the f secretes enough bile to make the intestines execute their natural functions rf Unnat ural agitation caused by cathartics Igj isecontinual and increasing doses to attain the results comesi 1actson the Chills e and Fever ande ery form of Malarial Bilious Renritfiag and Inter mitting Fevers and by going to TS seat of the j trouble works permanent cure vFIFTY C125TS PUS BOTTLE At Chas C Davis Drugstore Horse Shoe Brands HIGH RFERILZERS BOftE AMD POTASH Grade No2 1 per hundred CORN AND WHEAT Grower SI 30 per hunched Notes with 6per cent lPIrVedsecU itypaJj onSfofcjfeefoiio December 25 1902wdl be accepted ew JI JI SJBHTfl S JI Fi WATSON BrdbeadJKy ASTHMA CURE FREE ASTHMALENE BRINGSINSTANT J And Permanent Cure in All Cases RELIEFI SENT ABSOLUTELY FREE ON RECEIPT OF THERE is nothing like Asthmalene It brings in even in the worst cases It cure when all else fails The REV CF WELLS of Villa Ridge 111 says Your trial hottle of Asthmalene received in good condition I cannottell you how thankful I feel fa the good derived from it I was a slave chained yearsItormentingdiseaseyourselves but resolved to give it a trial To my astonishment the trial acted like a charm Send me a fullsize bottle 1JE want to send to every sufferer a trial treatment of ASTHMA yt LENE similar to the one that cured Mr Wells Well send it by mail POSTPAID ABSOLUTELY FREE OF CHARGE to any sufferer who will wi ite for it even on a postal Never mind though you are despairing however bad your case ASTHMALENE will relieve and cure The worse your case the more glad we are to end it Do not delay Write at once addressing DR TAFT BROS MEDICINE CO 79 East isoth St N Y City JSTSold by all Druggists GO TO JONAS MCKENZIEMT VERNON KY for Everything in Dry Go ds Clothing Boots andi Shops ana General j Merchandise IBEST GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES A NEARLY FATAL RUNAWAY Started horrible ulcer on the leg of J B Orner Franklin Grove III which defied doctors and all remedies for four years Then Bu dens Arnica Salve cured him Just as good for Boils Burns Bruises Cuts Corns Scalds Skin Eruptions and Piles 25c at all druggists drug store Six Princeton students were fined 250 each for defacingpropertyiu Trenton N J iJ II 1 WIELDS A SHARP AX r Millions marvel at the multitude of maladies cut oJF by Dr Kiugs New Life Pills the most distressing top Stomach Liver and Bowel troubles Dyspepsia Loss of Apv petite Jaundice Biliousness Fever Malaria all fall before these wonder workers 25c atall druggists drug store i6ooUnit d5Utes soldiers ai- OY soon to be cncanipci xm Chicka maugua Prk 0 e j 6t ta CI Mt Vernn Signal Mt VEiu 0NK AR II i9o2 I LoureVLLC NASHVILLC R R ccjI TIME TABLE 24 north 1105 a 26 north j Iii2 a m 23 south rftt + tvv 260 p n 25 South r fe i4Sa m 1 AS LANDRts Agent Entered at re1endelan MASONIC Ashland Lodge No 1A0lIIeel 4th Monday 10 A 2rMT VERNON It A CHAPTER No 140 MEETS every FOURTH MONDAY at 2pm CHURCHESj Services at the Chnstian Church Preach ing 1st do 3rl Sundays at 11 am and at 730 p m snuday1Prncr all cervices DAVID IIARTSF1ELD T Pastor the2ndlnndSaturday night and Sunday Sunday School at 9am every Sunday Prayer r neetinz on Tuesday nights- PERSONALS 0 U G Baker is moving tod yjv Dr W J Childress was here Tuesday W J Sparks a vent to Louisville yesterday C C Williams was in Stanford WednesdayJoe and J A Oliver were here Wednesday W W Saunders was up from Stanford Sunday Supt G M Ballard was in Richmond Monday Mr J W Baker was here from Livingston Sunday Measles have visited the home of Mr J A andrum Mr and Mrs L Metesser were here from Pine Hill yesterdayr A W Soward of this office spent Sunday last in Richmond Charley Lyons was here Tues day and Wednesday taking up lumberW Rider returned Monday morning from a trip to his old home at Upton Miss Mattie McFerron spent several days with her grand mother Mrs McFerron W J Sparks will move next week to the house recently vacat ed L W BethurumjUncle Rob Taylor Level Green fell from his barn loft yesterday and was seriously hurt Prof Ewers was able to walk upI town Wednesday for the first time in about three months J C Hayes passed through Wednesday en route to Laurel county to buy more cattle Mrs R E Thompson came Sat urday to spend a few days with her mother Mrs W M Poynter Mrs Ida Payne Scoble of Nashville has accepted a position as stenographer for Sparks Williams and Bethurum Bathurum Fritz Krueger left Monday for Lexington and Louisville thence he will go to Pikeville where he has a contract to build a large brick house Mrs Warn Gillespie a class mate of Miss Dove B Lethers at Cen tral University Richmond but now living in Tennessee spent Sat urday until Monday here with Miss Letcher Mr J L Joplin left Monday for Pleasant Hill Mercer county toj spend the summer with his daught er Mrs Chas Spillman MissEll will go as scon as the Institute closes and remain until July Mr Allen Sutton from Laurel county has moved into the house recently vacated by J ALandrum Mr Sutton intends opening a stock of clothing right away in the room adjoining James Houks resi dence F L Warren of Level Green- Ssends the SIGNAL to R S Cress h soninlaw Mathew Warren his son and J D Bloomer hisgfand sou Rev Warren is one of our most substantialdtiieus grid allf around good man aud a special friend to the SIGNAL f tL r x1 T h LOCALS r or i OLD FIDDLERS CONTEST COURTHOUSE i r TOMORROW NIGHT Iksley and Hayes Stanford Ky is the place 16 buy your new carpets apcii tfs STHe e SzGNAL and Twicea Week CounerJournalrpne year for 50 i themseason will be run to Cincinnati Saturday nightApril ipthV OFFICE Dr Davis has had cut off ancl nicely fixed up an office in thelbackpart of his store room dDont forget the entertainment hC College Monday night lat are on sale at Chas CJ vis drugstore FOR SALE Two 5rooin tages just built pays 20 per cotI on investment Cheap forca J F Ky LOST A bunch of keys includ ing a post office key on a heart shaped key ring Finder of same will pleaseretunl Signal office and recel ve To NASHVILLE The L N will sell tickets to Nashville May 56 and 7 limited until June 2 for 765 round trip account the Quadrennial church Conference C M EI Rugs Carpets Matting and every thing found in a first class furniture store Also a full line of Undertakers goods- BEASLEY HAYES apr ii tf Stanford Ky To LOUISVILLE The L N will sell tickets to Louisvile April 2122 and 23 limited until the 24 at one fare for the round trip on account of the Louisville Musical FestivalAD1nNISTRATOROrville Cope has been appointed administrator of the estate of Cordelia Emily and Robt Auglin deceased with W M Liuvillfc and W A Hammond as sureties CORRECTION Mr W A B Davis has not rented his store room Mr Allen Sutton as was reported in our last issue Mr Davis is still very anxious to sell his property TELEPHONE The Telephone pay station has by mutual consent been moved from the drugstore to J Fishes Mr Franklin who has recently movei his shop to that place will have charge To BE OPENED UpTle oldt public well on the corner between J Fishs store and the Court House which has not been in use for many years is soon to be open up again and put in use GREEN BRIAR SPRINGS SOLD Mr J P Chandlier for Mrs E BI Chenault of Versailes sold Green Briar Springs to Mr E B Kennedy for 500 cash Mr Kennedy will run the springs in full blast thist season The following boys were fined this week i and the cost each for riding the trains Den McClure Walter Mullins George Fredericks Jr George Hastv Thomas Gen try Elmer LechleiterLlojd Maret Willie Krueger Charley Martin F L Thompson Jr and William Prewitt Harry Taylor colored also belongs to the list INCORPORATED The Rockcas tIe Mutual Oil and Gas Co was incorporatedat Frankfort last week with Drs John M Wil ILlLewlWBethurum as incorporators Pre parations are nowdtieing made to sink a well in theJFreedom church neighborhood o The Boonville colrespo dent of the London Echo says that a man the name offiroongot ma V triedIS months ago 7tbat was a change of Moon After a while his wife pre1 sent dl1iniwith a daughtertha t was anew Moon He went out and got drunk Ion joy =that was a full Moon When the sobered up h only had 25 centsthat was th last quarter When he got home his nlotlier iiiaatainethim with 1hngptnlhentnerewas f total lfps is1dle sav a1sf r f st0Jny W Remember the Old Fiddlers contest at Court House tomorrow 111g hitbadItl1JJJ new Atlanta 1 et gupson Poynter of near Berea Madison county were married in the County Judges office Monday afternoon MARRIED Napoleon Whitaker son of William Whitaker and Miss Swanigan daughter of Van Swani gan were married in the County Judges office yesterday afternoon NOTICE All members of the Mt Vernon Tent No 21 K O T Mare hereby notified that al dayIJ J PING R C NOT IN THE TRUST We will sell Eagle Fertilizer Best corn and wheat grower 100 per hundred Eagle Phosphate 9 cts per hundred ALBRIGHT ADAMS apr I I 4 t Brodhead Ky DEAD Monday after noon near Level Green John Doan aged 3Sj fell into the fire and was so badly burned that he died that night He had been sick for some time i is thought he fainted and fell into the fire He leaves a wife and several children Some thief or thieves who had a key to suit unlocked the door to S W Prewitts grocery storeS Monday night taking some tobacco and a few groceries They were rather generous and let Mr Prewitt off rather easy and carefully locked the door behind them a CRITICALLY ILLThe many BIHavtthe Democratic convention in 1900 willregret very much to hear o o his serious illness at his home in Pineville He began hiccoughing hgveheenSTRUCK OILOil was struck on M S Baughmans farm 2U miles from Stanford at a depth of 620 feet C C Williams brought a bottle of the oil from the well Wednesday and it shows up to be of a very high grade The average flow is about twenty barrels pe day The oil fever is now beginning to grow very rapidly in Rock castleBURNEDD B Langford lost fire Saturday night about tw stacks of hay several bushels o oats and grass seeds which he had stored away in an old house The fire was caused by au explosion of lantern Mr and Mrs both ran a narrow escape of being burned to deathand had to run through the flames to make their escape Two farmers were killed near- BernstadLLaurel county Wednes day The details of the killing cannot be obt ned butit is said to have been on atcount f a dog A man traveling art toe road killed a dog belougingSta two farmers who were plowms a field Th owners of he dg thetofarmhouse for their guns on theicreturn were shot and killed by the man whohad killed the dog CONTEST Remember the Old Fiddlers Contest at the Court House tomorrow night The fol lowing contestants have alread entered Larkin Hicks Foun- Tyree and HG Howard of Brod head Alex Martin of Rowland M S IcKenzie Highland Wilse Carpenter Pine Hill John Anglin Withers aid tee Arnold of Liv ingstpn John C Cummins and Adamr Bryant Dont fail to come and we will injure you to get your moneys worth ONE SHOT 4A crowdVof q Won shiners and moonshine witnesses who were coming from Cdyiogton to London the case g bee changed to the latter piac loaded with plenty of the wttite fluid IfSand a plehty of44s were having as they thought a jolly me r all of one coach to themselves tween Richmond and Rowland the other passengers preferring to anllatY Mr George Thompson of London wasLalmospQwer1 hand cutfing 1trmqQwn J t S 0 1t e iC anD i a J i SJQUo AIL John Proctor has been sick Joe Brown bought 3 calves at fGtI7 John Thompson sold 9 hogs at f 43tVm Dywell has been on the sick list vf Isaac Snodgrass is here visit 1lg his mother c MF Craig has recovered from the measles Rice Gooch sold to John Elder a filly for X50 S L Cummins and wife has re turned from Jelheo Henry Sutton and family all have a very bad cast of sore eyes 1Aron Bay of feGarrard bought partoHugh and WillieMcBee were in Preachersvilie Saturday and Sun dayFrank Stephens and son Oscar were in Pitsburg the last of the week 0Brown and Wilson bought a bunch of hogs in this vicinity at 4 t 6ts W L Myers sold to J C Hays of drab Orchard a pair of mules for135rrs Mollie Lewis left a few days jointhusband Wm Logsdoni age 39 died of Appendicitis He leaves a wife and 8 children- S T Proctor is home from Shelbyville where he has been telegraphy Bruner ofJessamine bought in this vicinity 8 mules at prices rang ing from 60 to 100 1L F Craig sold to Dr Southard mare forIoo and bought of James Payne one for 9250 Married John Carson and Hattie Cash were married at Logan Cashs OwensfA G and J M Craig sold to John Green of Garrard a combin ed Geldi andbbought a young pair of mules from G Bo Brown for 100 and sold to R H Long a mule tor X45 WILDIS 0 Orlaardo SundayL is now a resident pf littlevillageW made a flying trip SundayfJ H Hayes bought of Green Fish 4 sfeer calves for 42 OrchdMrs Belle Coffey and daughter May were in town shopping Satur day Erank Bray and wife of London visited the family ot WT Baker this week There was a crowd of young folks went to Hummel Grove to church last Sunday Jonesewere in the city first of week buy r ing spring goods Mrs Myrtle Tharp of Winston visited her father A T Fish Saturday and Sunday G T Johnson the clever mer quitetdays Miss Mantle Jones was over from Mt Vernon first of week visiting her sister Mrs J J Wood M Meadows has accepted section orem ns place at Silver Creek and has moved to that place Mrs Ann Richardson is assistant clerk in George Johnsons store during Mr Johnsons illness candynparty given at the residence of H Branaman Wednesday night Willie Brauaman Jr left for workbeas an operator for L NR R Pak Scott of Climax took train here Sunday for Louisville to buy his spring and summer goods Mrs1 JIi Hayes who has been an invalid for more than two years sisagreatdeal worse at this tinge RichStInirmay in the near future I t HRtH ADAMS MT VERNON Ky HOUK ADAMS H AVE Everything usually handled by all firstglass general merchants any human body can be itisiiecl in 3 prices and quality rH 10 IUIK JivA ID IA 1MIS HEADQUARTERSFOR osiery N tionsfiesIats gents uting cloth Oilcloth I nly too cheap I 1nderestimated nobby and binds of stylishI 1soldgoods guaranteed andIprices reas o not miss th aily e3eIII people vail houldIens suits to ajior boy suitI Iel U t O 4 JHOUK DAMS sfrKy j r b LAM PS in all the styles and will be sold at almost cost Hard ware and Queensware Saddles Bridles Harness colars and hames We are constantly ing new arrivals of goods And will supply you very promptly call and learn prices COAL CORNand Hay Agents for Best Brand Fertilizers also all kinds farm tools Goods delivered in any part of towilPromptIK What Do You Want to Buy Anything you should need in our line are well worth your notice and should arrest your attention if you are looking for Bar gains Bring s your country produce and get tihe highest market priceIPhone 75 3rdngs HOUK Big bric CHAS c DTTSUCCESSOR TO THEO WESLEY The Place to Obtain Fresh biigsALSO PatentR1o ti Per umer Stationery t i J f Toilef Articles u r CIGARS AND TOBACCO Paints and Oils u j RESC R I PTION Scareful Y Compounded at alal y r n hours day or night a j THE BANK OF MT VERNON j ts MT VeRNON KY c T Jk rOPE lB r9ooJ v t t CAPITAL STOCKM 16 000 C C WILLIAMS PRES JAS ftADAMS VICEPRES 1 W Jv RICHARDS CASHI RV A B FBKNISHi ASST CASH DIRECTORS Jonas McKenzie Geo LiVesajy A T Fish Fritz Krueger Rod Perry Vincent Boreing J E JIouk We solicit accounts of firms and individuals Careful attenJtion is given collections entrusted to us 7c Our friends and patrons are invited to call when in to- wnDANNIEOWENS 1f j UNDERTAKER tL 7 Gaskets Coffins Robes Etc1 Kept in Stock Orders by Mail Telegraph or Telephone Promptly filled BRODHEAD KENTUCKY WILLIS GRIFFINcPractical tJndertlcer- i t and FUNERAL DIRECTOR4 r v Mt Vernon Kv v Stock Complete GROCERIES FINE HEARSE Attached Cah furnish Metalic Caskets anfr have Embalming done on short notice V 1ittY4 Come and see me any thing I have not got can get for Y first train that leave the city v Vy v ORDERS by vit ffpl nptlylnca h Miller House t W J RIDER PRo- PRHeadquarters for Commercial Men lliiirPorter at all trainsL r The Veranda Hotel JOSEPH COFFEY PROPRI Stanford Ky Specially equipped for traveling men Sample room on first floor Bathrooms free to guests RATKS 200 per day Hotel Frith L L COLLIER Propr located at the Depot- BRODHEAD 05 KY GOOD LIVERY ATTACHED Meet all Trains Day and Night Traveling Men and Railroad men Solicited Will furnish Lunches for all trains Francisco v Tyree MONUMENTAL WORKS Brodhead Ky Granite And Marble Monuments and Tombstones ALL YORK FIRSTCLASS SATISFACTION f K 0 MtVeruaiis MT VER r MEETS every ist day in each mori JAS E HO j J PING REC COtJRT CALENDAR CofcKTY COURT Fourth Mon zaay in each month QuAitTJtRXY COUKT Fit st Mon day in January April July and OctoberCIRCUIT COURT Second Mon 4ty in February Fourth Monday in May and Third Monday in Sep temberMT VERNON POLICE COURT Third Monday in each month t WANTEDlNVENTDRS to ayforWe promptly obtain U fi aad For- eignPATENTS sad KS or return E H TIRE attorneys fee Bend model sketch orchotoand we send an IMMEDIATE FREE report on pates Ufty We rive e best Itftl serrioe and advice ad oar 1 charges ire moderato Try us COI9 J Opp US Patent OfflceWasliiot Hi DC New Fast Train TO COLORADO UTAH ITHEPACIFIC COAST n effect Sunday Hajr igth Uhe new train will leave St Louis 900 a m daily the evening train to same points 10 to pni daily through sleeping car service be twe i St Louis San Francisco and r2foj twestern points Only line that does a twice daily iExCftrsiou tickets now on saleIF r further information AItoHc t 0VN tNJ Gott Pass r knift Agt St LOuis c t iiiura nee of all SignIli1 1 cV A DOCTORS BAD PLIGHT fI Two years ago as a result of a were cold J lost my voice writes Dr M L Scarbrougb of Hebron Ohio then began an ob stinate cough Every remedy physijciangrew worse Being urged to try Dr Kings New Discovery for- Consumption Coughs and Colds I found quick relief and for the last ten days have felt better than for two years Positively guaralteed for Throat and Lung Sold by all druggists troublesII 100 Trial bittles free Memphis is preparing to do a little entertaining stunt to show it opinion of the attempt to muzzl- the Schley sentiment A POINTER FOR INVENTORS o If you wish your patent business properly and promptly done send it to SWIFT CO PATENT LAWYERS opposite U S Patent Office Washington D C The have no dissatisfied clients Write them for their confidential letter a postal card will bring it Iud i may be worth money to you See their advertisement elsewhere i this paper The German gentleman who wishes to sell us a unprofitable palace in Berlin for our embassy h ould have got in his offer whit the Prince Henry fever was raging How that we have cooled offa secondhand palace isnt so likely to appeal to us Weak I suffered terribly and was ex tremely weak for 12 years The doctors said my blood was all turning to water At last I tried Ayers Sarsaparillasand was soon feeling again Mrs J W Fiala Hadlyme Ct No matter how long you have been ill nor how poorly you may be today Ayers Sarsaparilla is the best medicine you can take for purifying and en riching the blood Dont doubt it put your whole trust in it throw away everything else SIN allettle All trealele Ayerafcarsapartllaold family Follow hli advice and wo will be satisfied J C JLTZH CO Lowell Xu r RILEYJp F B V IDKY PropL- ONDONKY HEADQUARTERS for Comm rdal men Good Sample Room and convenient to Depot Rates 2 00 prr day M L MYERS 1entietf MT VERNON KY FIRSTCLASS Woitr OFFICEIn the Krueger new brick PHONK No 3S P A PeDnln ton ft D S M DI DENTST N W Cor Third and Chestnut Sts LOUISVILLE KY Will be ait Miller House Mt ernou during all Circuit Courts C C Williams ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KY JOOFFICE On 3rd floor of The Bank of Mt Vernoi on Church street Special attention given to collcclions I MULL1NSHOTSL Mrs Sul MuiliHs Props LIVINGSTON KY RATKS rrt O PZR DAY Pleasant location every con ren ieuce and comfort Hack meets all trains Patrouoge of Railroad find Cpm mcrcial niet solicited t lWhat this Boys Mother Says jhas been said by the mothers of reeB and strengthening curativeI JID Nervine II HASTING NEB asmsIwe doctored continually he grew worse and atYInc and we began its use When he spasmsdisappeared pertsoldns on guarantee to benefit or money refunded Elkhattlndl ORDINANCEe 0The Board of the trustees of the town of Mt Vernon do ordain ap follows v That no hog shoat pig horse or mule shall be prmitted to run at large within the limits of the town of Mt Vernon and if any such be hereafter found running at large shall be the duty of the Marshall o said town to forthwith take up an impound the same he shall at once report said fai t with a description of the property so taken up to the owner of said property if he be foundand given the right to redeem said hog pig shoat horse or mule and ifnot redeemed which re demption shall be upon the pay shallIname of the owner of such hog shoat pig horse or mule to the Judge of Police Court of the afore said town or to the Chairman of Board of Trustees who shall immediately thereafter issue said report a summon against th owner of such property to appear in said Court not less than three days from the day of such impounding when the said Judge or Chairman aforesaid will hear and determine whether there has been a violation of this ordinance by such hog shoat pig horse or mule having run flt large within the limits of said town If the Marshall is un able to ascertain the name of the owner of such hog shoat pig or horseor mule so taken and im pounded he shall report that fact with a description of said property thus taken up tothe aforesaid Judge or the Chairman aforesaid who shallat once mak an order upon said report being filed direct ing said Marshall to advertise the property aforesaid by written or printed notices posted up in five different places in the limits of the aforesaid town in which he shall give an accurate description and the day and date of such judicial hearing and notify the owner of such described property to appear and make defense of any he could said notices shall be posted at least three days before said trial Should the Judge of the town aforesaid or the Chairman of the Board of Trustees decide that this ordinance has been violated he shall forthwith make an order directing the mar shall to sell such property to pay the expenses cost and charges of all proceedings connected there with to the highest and best bidder for cash in hand after advertising said sale for at least two days by notices aforesaid posted up in three different places in said town After deducting the cost and charges of such proceedings the Tesidwe if any should remain from sgab ae shall be paid over to tke Treasur er of said fowni which hall be field subject to Je orders of the former owner of said property Tlheownenof all such property that may be flinpoanded by the marshals shall be responsible for sit expenses Inct ret by feasttn of tik is such property qp and JmgtHtnd Ing the Satnej aH siln fimpounding thfc property aforesaid the matsljall Sfyall be allowed 560 j M WILLIAMS CHAIRMAN S FRANKLIN CUSRK South Carolina has shows Mr tciRooseveltcome Cot i v im and his guests even v it it has no electoral voted him and his party I jViLand Stock anti Crop Gleanings from exchanges and secular sale notices confirm our belief that the top price is not near comingIsure jack and jennet stock are relatively two or three bids in advance of this date last year Recent court days throughout Kentucky report ad inquirywhen good animals are offered The day is near when such stock TheIhe is constantly sought for on the farm especially in the corn belt for the army he IS a necessity with out him the ammunition and commissary wagon could not move All the mule requires is a little encouragement he is and always will be in demandFarmers Home Journal At a Mercer county sale hogs brought yc horses 70 to 100 cow and calf 30 corn 350 per bbland sheaf oats i per cwt Clel Coleman bought 100 ioooK slop cattle at 4 to 4rzcHerald vI J Farris bought 55 head of cattle at Hustonville of Cambest = Allen The average weight 706 pounds and the price wasI per hundred0 P bought a bunch of 1500 HuffmanI this week of R T Burton rard at 4 cents Danville Advo cateAn American lady took a lot of poultry to the Philippines for the purpose of experimenting as to forfex satisfied with the trial and is of opinion that poultry raising for thatI Asiaticountry could be made profitable by good Yankee manage mentJ Ramsey auctioneer reports the sale of Mrs Mollie Locknane administratrix of J W Lockuane Thursday as largely attended and everything brought good prices Among the sales were the follow ing 2 broodmares X60 and 65 3 mulch cows 40 42 and 43 2 ewesewith 20 lambs thrown in 6 each i gilt 100 Ibs 7 2 shoats 80 lbs 5 each bacon shoulders n cts sides 13 cts hams I45 cts lard I75 cts folder 10 cts per shock Farming implements and household goods brought exceedingly good prices Winchester Democrat J C Hayes bought of J J Pur cell a pair ot mules for 85 slid a pair of J L Myers for 135 George Hasty bought of R L McFerron a horse for 20 SAVE THE LOVED ONES Mrs Mary A Vliet Newcastle Colo writes I believe Ballards Horehound Syrup is superior to any other cough medicine and will de all that is claimed for it and it is so pleasant to take My little girl wants to take it when she has no need for it Ballards Horehound Syrup is the great cure for all pulmonary ailments 150 500 and 100 at Chas C Davis drugstore oil for the- Ohildren Give them oilcodliver oil Its curious to see the resultxGive it to the peevish fret ful childand he laughs Give I t to the pale anemic child and his face becomes rosy and illof health Take a fin nested childora child the1 is stopped growing give hii be oil aitd he will grow bi id strong like the rest This is not a new scher itdone for I ufse you must use he6irte t oil Scbtts LI Scott s Emulsion nci loll nor tasted like oil becaust I e are 6 ireful in making it 1 pleasant tdfefe Send for free Sample 4 SCOyTShgi1VN AeteteqnogPairl5t ft sotn gista t i rroJ =l rIT fVTAttention Good Dressers f t wp Hxve a rAnl Thin fl Inri is L Want Everybody to Know it tleII IWe have secured the exclusive for this vicinity to take orders foru n famous tailoring of STRAUSS BROS Chicago We are now displaying their newest samples of Fine WoQltjns and urge everyone interetsted In good clothes to call and inspect them We show NEARLV5 i 0 PATTERNS 1 by far the largest line in the country listing of many exclusive effects in conI steds casaimeres Scotches clays etc STRAUSS BROS make the of clothes you like to wear kiaItailored perfect fitting distinctly the ordinary yet prices sire no higher than you have paid for inferior goods They guarantee absolute satisfaction and with it goes our unqualified endorsement We shall be glad to have you call and you will b glad yu dameVCOX BROS Mt VernonfKf 0 Louisville JJenderson 1 end St Louis Railw f H omeseekers Excursion A T LOW RATESVVaanaee I d TO THE WESTtt Tickets on Sftle Frs t tnd Third Tuesdays in MARCH APRIL and MAY 1902 Also Low Colonist nOne Way Rates to the Northwest and California Points v Nooo vrfe t For Further Information Address GEO L GARRETT L J IRWIN Tracy Petsst Ant Gen Pciss Afent LOUISVILLE KY 1 Vj A FreePicture of Lene LeeV Any veteran who contemplates attending the Reunion at Dallas t April 22nd to 25th rill receive s banduore picture of G Robert E Leo and a copy of his farevcll address sui framing if he wilt send us his name and address ant the nolIand address of the Camp to which he belongs Yoar btut routo to Dallas xlH lv viaMvin Th troaMeuapbichance These trains l ar MompltU nunilns and erehiBfaftcrlhorrrlTal of iris Tin all Base thus otferiaj yoa closo connection and excellent acrrloa 1 1twrE t aa 1 re1t i 5a4 t 1 5 1 RASOS1V I ii WHYtYana ahW 4kaeeatth Massey Business Colleae tLOUISVILLE KY I 1 It U tie kaiHf CoflfcrtXtf U1 Sddl la xtsekr S Itt course of study are thryegh sad syeteeaUatt3 A writ is contract reached hs tp eiai deposit t6JO Is sir fi to place or graduate is positions palin Rot IR than + 45 ptr JL monI immediately upon grftdttatien 4Ye1s1twtlenft rtiilfojid fete u LoMinillef5 Vt rtfntnl ofxm rretfnt n every a to w il th lfutl lcrnIlrY t rc heel o W fi tilt r1 fIrzht llestdla z1 3teealoTc Dscot t fr a t r t4h 44i Mr r4 + 4 h + fWiii