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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r 1 1 7 If I v JII L J i ettlt l n Ar IIJ 1v y41Ji i MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE OPNTY iuuEY I I3I13AYAPRIL 18 1J0 UMBER 1nfZ1 + ScTELL MY FRIENDS TO BE BRAVE AND FEARLESS AND LOYAL TO THE GREAT COMMON PEOPLE T rarc l YOL1E TDYOtlWEARJ F 0UR PR ICES Ii1C liketio NIGGERS f POSSUM too good to talk about We have LOWER PRICES Next Week t tl atn Ihave ever been given by any Merchant in Rockcastle county tleRe YOU WILL FIND EXJIYThIN YOUWANT TO EAT AND WEARr Fir a t il DONTt3i1tocomeanlsceGET our prices OIlMEAT COFFEE SUGAR FlOURAIJDLARD I=r Greate t jargam s Can be Obtained cd1 THE PSt SUCCESSFUL I t THE MOST RELIABLE rv THE h10STOPULARS ro1o I Wind Whistles a prieep Ta ifon2yTakI WE HAVE JflST- RECEIVEDD ONE dPTHElilCEST BUT WHAT YOU GET OF US FOR YOUR MONEY TALKS MORE y UJ4 QUOTATIONS TO Ever Brought to Hrodliead Iso Have a New Line of Mens Youths and Childrens fr 1z 650 to 10 00 jt i Weask all to come in and examine our line of GENERAL f We MAKE CLOSE on SHOES Have one of the V most line of Shoes in KY from loc to 450 per pair Agents for BEAR and OX Fertilizer 8 From 105 per hundred find iiiGROCERTES at the LOW SHjghestprice5 paid t + for f3roduc4 = 6c per jfr for butter jo t the place Your Trade respectfully solicited A C H FRITHs x i v BRODHEAD KY 1 g HANSFORD o Rev Jas Barns for the people again at this place Sunday t ExrShefhi1 Henry Catron was in ft Stfiis a week buying pigs shoats and hogs O J Tower that energetic merchant of East Fork paid us a d menygorourd visit recently on his big black mule W G Nicely handles more eggs than any one merchant hi our knowledge Some days he counts out 200 dozen for the good old ladies Prof Sam of Wabd took dinner with your humble ser vant Sunday and talked of our farmer class and told us plenty which we were glad to hear W S Cress lauded himself at this place in the fore part of last week wanting information as ha to get back home He lives about one mile southwest of Quail Rock castle county We are glad to see H H Hen i uingers announcement asa can pdidatefor State Treasurer Beingr personally acquainted with I t vHenninger caiisay no better npr more gentleman can be found if f t t j THE GREAT DISMAL SWAMP Of Virginia is a ground JVf Malariagerms So is low wet or marshy ground everywhere These germs cause weakness chills and fever aches in the bones and musclesand may induce danger ous maladies But Electric Bitters never fail to destroy them and cure malarial troubles They will sir 1Y prevent typhoid We tried many remedies for Malaria an Stomach arid Liver troubles l writes John of Byes Tille 9f but never found an thin as as lrlectric Bitters Tryithemoflt Soc Satisfaction guaranteed At albdruggists i r OUR APPEAL YOUIN Pretty Powerful Language rAND COMPLET EST LINES of Dry L Goods and Notions Clothing Ranging from MERCHANDISE WILL PRICES complete jV BRODHEAD orShoesPrices Prices Upward ES PRICI iRemeuiber preached unlylast Chandler competent breeding Charleston good Gum Sulphur 0 Jack Frost seems hard to give up the struggle with spring The writer was at Wilts Chapel last Sunday afternoon to attend Sunday schcfol steppingIaround in Gum Sulphur quick as afleaafter a tick IRev Thos Stinnett will preach Sunday afternoon at 3 p m All are invited to come out and hear him Uncle N D Wilmot is still able toJourneyto and from the and pbstoffice using his cane as a guide after the ruckand obstruc tions and gullies as he is almost blind Mr Wm Giles has reuteT andI moved part of his house1ioldgoo4s to Brodhead We regret to give beswt citizens On last Monday night his infant child was called from this world to its home above iVehere last Sunday with good mate riaLas offer and if the people Zhere1 ivilliy realise the gre at need andifnlp rt l1 e at d Jend fa helping hand to this noble work in bringing up the young in the way they should go and advance Christianity morality and temperM aIces a BEAUTY AND STRENGTH Are desirable You are strong and vigorous when your bloodis pure Manynay most women1 fail to properly digest their food and so become pale sallow thin and weak while the brightness fres bI- l ness and beauty of the skin a9q complexion depart Remedy thisi unpleasant evil beating nourish doseYof Herbine after each meal to digest what you have eaten soc at Chas C Davs drugstore v S Lio G Baker J I onesfore I I SlIfi ar M LAWSThe following is a synopsis of the school law as passed by the last Legislaturei examination for common school graduates will be held the last Friday and Saturday in Jan uary and second Friday and Satur Gay in May instead of last Thursday in January and Junac before The applicant will have two days instead of one as under the old law 2 The Payment of Teachersal lows the payment of only 20 per cent in October 20 per cent in November 20 per cent in Decem ber and the balance in January The old law recommended the pay merit of 40 per cent in October 20 per cent in November 20 pet cent in December and 20 per cent in January but the difficulty was in the October payment of the 40 per cent which was met bit taroorthree time 5whc the law was in effect 3 Requiresthe County Superin tendent to give bond in duplicate one copy to be filed in the office of the County Clerk and the other to be forwarded by the County Clerk to the State Superintendent 4 Requires County Superinten dent to make their annual to State Superintendent by August the ist instead of Sept rst as under the old law 5 Is in regard to payment oi County Superintendents Under the old law the lowest salary that the Fiscal Court might allow was 250 per annum and the highest was 1000 The new law makes the lowest unit 400 per annum and highest 1500 This filleffect only nine counties in the State as there are only nine that pay below the 400 while there are only tenI ret that pay as little as 400 while the majority of the rest p from 600 to rboo There ar tIiauioooper7f NEWS ITEMS ayo President Francis says no action has been taken postponing thefopen frOUiSIInThe oldest man in the world is Noah Rabyof New Jersey who celebrated his i29th birthday ret cently t- CarretSnyderslloneat VillL was xplp sion of a lamp caused tie confla gration James D Brou a prominent farmer of Christian coSritw1was sLot and killed by William Palley a tenant A jealouF husband at Anaconda Mont shot and perhaps ataliy in urea his wife and then committed d suicide In a fight at Chicago between saloonkeeperand eight robbers two men were shot and two others boar y r ouuded Gen Wade Hampton soldier and statesman died aVC6lurnbia SVC He had but recently elebratedfehis tiqhnbitJld 1r I o The alliel whisky interests of America will send a petition of 3 000000 signatures to Congress asking a reduction of the tax Mrs Levi Weideg j of Kenton O has been sneezing for three weeks and cant quit Her case has completely puzzled the doctors Total valuation of the late Philip D Armours estate in Chicago and New York has just been arrived at It amounts to 14751 105 At Carrollton the ioyearrold son of Elliott Lawrence committed suicide because he was locked in a room by his parents as punishment for a small offense The sentence of Herr Most for publishing au anarchist article the day President McKinley was assas siratedryas affirmed Most post serve a year in prison M Henry Flutcher a Negro whovrr killed a boy at St Louis was J angf ed for his crime Halfan hour later a Dockeryaranting a respite was received James Harris aged 26 years dropped dead in the postoffice at Herbert Ohio county He had called for his mail and fell dead while the postmaster was handing him a letter The game of base ball between Kentucky University and the State College at Lexington was played under police surveilance There was no attempt at disorder by the college cadets JimtWright wanted in Hancock county on the charge of murder in Scott county Va five of the sheriffs posse were killed and two wounded wasewounded and captured Joseph M Miller the selfcon fessedmurderer of his music pupil Carrie M Jemiett in DetroittleadIed guilty in court thie crime was within the walls of th penitentiary tobegin a life term James A Violetta prominent attorney of the Franklin county bar and former member of the was convicted in iFrankfortof malicious shooting The Jury s verdict imposed a flue of 8500 and a jail sentencetof six monthsi t CHRESI se toil lIusually stop achiUa continuance always cures Mrs Wm M Strand Midlothian Texas May 31 rSgcp writes We have used Herbiue in our family for eight years andfouud it the best medicine we have ever used for la grippe fever to Davias drugstore Eugene Ware the new Corn expettIpbpr freezeout once but one pf 4hev 11 ppers pre eixted hiSigeiUngyr t ITHE AT Prices that will make Ivote open your eves I Next Week Will KeeeKe L rilSlGlsIJ I- AL L CoFFipelilJFi J WITH OUR LOW PRICES i a n Zr 2 1I i F1iom Factory I HAT SALESMAN W A COMPLETE liNE OF THE l iseEVPo ONE GU RAN wl test few AT POPULA ICES HFRTHsBrodhead ySOLE A eTs BEE LICK Sti fpT 1Bl Bayne IrasrecoverecPfrom pneumonia c iJt G lJ Sutton was in Brodhead Tuesday on business Bradford Albright of Brodhead was here Tuesday on business Dr John C Brown is in Crab Orchard on professional business J M Reynolds went to Louis vine Monday to buy a new supply of goods An effort is being made to estab lish a postoffice at W B Harness in Lincoln county Eld J S Davis filled his appoint ment at The Church of Christ Providence Sunday Messrs Victor and Garfield Isaacs were here Sunday enjoying the smiles of their best girls Mr E O Gooch returned homei last Tuesday from Science where he has been attending school The Sunday school which was organizedat the Baptist church a few Sundays ago is progressin- nicely eGeo Parsons fu riec from Cex ington last week b rbe Ira been as au employee ofthe Vexing ten Eastern RR 1 v WALKS WITHOUT ORUrnQH S hlwriteswick CovJCani going about on crutches and suffering a deal of pain I was incfcced to try Ballards Snow Liniment which relieved me used three soc bottles It is the greatest liniment J ever used have recommended it to a number of persons all express themselves as being benefitted by it I nuts walk without t performi tlide C Davis drugstore No amount of wriggling can fromrcivil officials in the P1iilipp i tics were suppressed by the War Department because theycpri tradictjedYeports given tHe public by that tlepajrtn n t CRAB ORCHARD 0 j ars Dr BI ckrrrrllT7 ill Teen is visiting her mother Mrs r Fish Will A Brooks is mingling with friends here after an absence of weeksA of Small pox is reported out on the Somerset toadnear j Holmans mill i Miss Bessie Brewer of Hammock spent last week with her aunt Mrs Elam J C Rhineheart and family of Livingston speut last Stiuday with Mrs 11 E Fish and familyjMisses Lizzie and Mattie Beas ley have returned from a visit to their brother Dr Beasley in Lan caster Miss Fannie Austin of Lancas spendingother friends here Charlie Snyder who is traveling salesman for a drug house is hisgJ T Roberts and daughter Miss iiistown recently Miss Annie was explcreing dry goods stores and millinery shops Jo Sba n nwho was shot by Aleck Beasley about two months lastSatudaythe XRays in locating the bullet which they were successful in do ing Several doctors were present to assist in extracting the bullet Geo Lee James who had been sprirgditd aawar had a t sunstroke while in the service and homeOme never recovered from the effects of it everYthin find it profitable to bring the com minderv of the rRanosJvei tp t ell his side tr r = on MtV croon Signal I FRIDAY APR 18 1902 Published every Friday byIEDGAR S ALBRltitif SUBSCRIPTION ON YMR 100 t l AdZlerljitlg rates made known on application Y II II iiEXN1NGERj Of Wayne county is a candidate for Treasurer subject to the action of the Democratic party SENATOR PETTUS cast the only vote against the bill passed by the Senate providing for the payment of 5000 one years salary to the widow of the late Judge 1 Cc Parker of the western district of Arkansas for extra services render alethough Senator Gallicger warned the Senate that the bill would es tool is11 a dangerous precedent It is customary to give the widows of Senators and Representatives B sum equal to one years salary but this r iathe first time that the custom has been extended REPUBLICANS of the House are t2ccused of trying to dodge the reso Lotion for 4m investigation of the Beef trust offered by Representative Thayer Representative Hep burn of Iowa chairman of the committe tate Commerce to whic ion was first referee it be taken fro and referred t6 t ttee and it wah Sr said he Ilidn littee con stasis mt ifit was botePr time he would ash take action Tine maul9 Hp1Franker than the master Having been sent by Secretary Root to testify before the Senate Military committee in favor of the till for the reorganization of the army in such a way that the President and Secretary of War can f provide for their pets even better than at present a bill that has not recovered since Gen Miles jumped on it Lieut Gen Schofield retired went further and frankly acknowl cdged in so many words that one t of the objects of the bill was to get rid of Gen Miles MTJCH has been said and much fi interest manifested in the recent inVgreat c vine and Nashville railroad system- S That the management has reverted from the hands of August Belmont Co to that of J P Morgan Co is all the general public will ever Icnow and so far as the management is concerned the pub Hc will never on account of any change from the piesent be able to realize that any thing has happened SENATOR BLACKBURN can call a man a liar without getting called down even under the amended Debate rules He said of a state ient made by Senator Depew con kerning the Goebelelection law of KyCeIt goes without saying that the truth is innocent of any appear ance in that statement BEN MCARTHUR upholds the republican policy in the Philippines H the gives the Filipinos a much faigher status as a race than most republicans do and his opportuni ties for knowing them have certain ly been as great as those of any r tother man Tills River and Harbor bill which is now on the Senate calen der had about 10000000 added to it by the Senate Commerce corn nittee and now carries more than 70009000 THE North Atlantic squadron got to the Danish West Indies ahead of the Danish ratification of the treaty for the sale of the islands to the United States CUATOTCEY PEPEAVS announce tmcnt that he did not desire reeler tion had a sour grapish sound i Was that his reason for dragging out the bloody shjrt v J v r1 w OLD HICKORY CHIPSor o By Our Associate Editor Joe Blackburn should not have lflhiisb inconsiderate as to tread tile toes of the corporation Sen dtorgGbV Taft defends the arrest of Plti i pine editors under the sedi ti111aws Of course He is large y responsible for those laws The deeper one goes into Philip pine affairs the worse they are showr to be and the more reason for Filipino hatred of our soldiers Dr Talmage has preached his last sermon and has gone where guessedImainsThe railwway systems of the country are slowly but surely being merged into trusts which will soon begin to put the screws on the peopleGood morning Have you chipped in your dollar to the 70000 000 River and Harbor bill and how much benefit do you expect it will be to you Ifthe Beef Trust is bigger than Congress it s time for the voters to know it Action on the House resolution to investigate this trust will tell the story It would be interesting to know how much it cost the bucket shop proprietors of the country to get the prohibitive tax imposed upon them repealed and how much of the money will be turned over to the Republican Congressional Campaign Committee Hon Don M Dickinson who has been rather inclined to favor the republican side of the Philippine question seems to have had qis eyes opened by the operation of the sedition laws Speaking on the subject he said I would rather give up those islands lose all they cost us lower the flag a thousand times and get out of Porto Rico Cuba and Hawaii than to see our civil authorities note I say civil authoritiesrevive the sedition laws the like of which were so abhorred and so hated and whose existence on our statute books was so brief and so ruinous to their authors in the administration of John Adams Glad Mr Dickinson has recovered his democratic eyesight QUAIL o Squire Cummins solda 500 Ifo steer for 20 VerInonJohn Adams attended court at Stanford Monday W G Proctor sold to Wade Mullins 2 fat cows for 5250 O A Gentry bought of D R Gentry a 70 acre tract of land for 150Miss Lillie McBee was at home from ML Vernon Saturday an SundayA Sowder and Wade Mullins of Level Green were here on busi ness last week W H Brown of Preachersvilie was here buying cattle and hogs Friday and Saturday Mrs Sarah J Riddle of Mt Vernon visited relatives in this section Saturday and Sunday Salesman Chainy of Somerset was with our merchant W G Proctor the the latter part of las week Thomas McBee and Miss Mollie Wiser of Pulaski visitedithe family of John E Craig last Friday and SaturdayRob an aged man fell from his barn loft a few days since and is very seriously hurt as the result ofthe fall Richard Lewis brother of Mrs D E Proctor was here from Louis ville last week and leased 600 acres of land for a Pennsylvania Com pany r Rev MifHn Owens who j been a minister of the gospel fod many years possibly longer than any other man in the cotiMty has l married369 couples Hisfirst was j that of Alfred Proctor in the year Can any other man in Rock Icastle or djoiiiirgdbt1tfes bunt- lhl5 f t i vfooa M CONWAY o There is a dailymarl between this point and Climax at present U S Berry wits in Berea last Saturday to prepare for gardening Mr R 15 Mog the enterprising herelSundaRobt Riddle Jr was here Sunday to meet Misses Bessie and Mary Bowler Dr Elmer Northcutt was here from Nicholasville last Friday on1 business There was a good attendance at Fair View church last Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs G W Jones audit Miss Eliza Jones will start to Ill the first of the week Mr and Mrs Geo Jones were visiting relatives near Berea Saturday and Sunday last 7 Mr Marion Carter was over a few days ago and said he would be drilling an oil well in a few days Mrs Lillie Hill of Scaffold Cane daughter of Mr and Mrs G W Jones is visiting her parents this weekMisses Bessie and Mary Bowler of Whites Sta Madison county are visiting Wm Philips and family this week We are very glad to note that Little Mary Lee daughter of Mr and Mrs Jesse Dykes is able to be againMr Chenault of Rich mond is here attending to business for the Roundstone Oil and Gas Company this week Allcontractors have quit carrying the mail between this part and Climax and Henry Mobly has tak en the job himself again Mr James Linville received a very painful wound in the arm last Saturday by accidently sticking the shank of a file through the mueles of his arm Mr S Parish of Richmond here this week making a survey the Haris and Chenault land re cently sold to the Roundstpne 0il and Gas Co Allen McKenzie traded his fine cow and calf to a horse last Monday gild it now looks as if Mrs Jjifc Kenzie and the babies are compelled to live or die without the aid of a cow PINE HILL 0The Misses McFerron were in Mt Vernon Saturday shopping Mr Stinnett tilled his appointment at Caloway last Saturday and SundayMrs Joab Brewer and children of Mingo Tenn spent last week with her sister Mrs John Lunce Mrs Sympson and daughters wentto Mt Vernon Monday to attend the recital given by Mrs Gill iMr L Metesser returned to Philadelphia Tuesday to perfect his plans for starting his business here Mr Jas Lay who has been with his parents Mr and Mrs H Lay for some time returned to Jellico Monday This kind of weather makes us all go or want to go flower hunt ing and fishing all except the farmer and he roams over the hills but not for flowers and along the side of the1 babbling brook but not to fish be isbusy following not his tancybut his plow and how much wiser for he is making hay while the sun shines while the rest of us are only satisfying our desire of the moment POLITICS aad POLITICIANS o Attorney GeneralRobt J Breck enridge steps down and out and turns the keys of that office over to Mr Clifton J Pratt President Rose 1t Announces that Gov Dole will continue as Governor of Hawaii The1 case gainst Caleb Powfers bras been set for argument before the CotiFot Appeals May 22 The Central entucky Fair As sociation wjll hold its fair at Dali the theifirst weekf t Atlgustz r r I COVhtMrs G A Proctor continues about the same W P Clark has moved his sawmill to Vnu McNews place Mr Joshua Boring who has been very sick is much improvedI i James and Chas Riddle attended court at Richmond Monday the 7th RennerIwere visiting at G Ax Proctors Sunday last IThe Bible reading at Buckeye is progressing nicely with Eider Lee the teacher Elder 1 XV Riddle will 1rer at Laugfords school house next Sunday at 3 pni There wil be prayer meeting si the Cove school house every Friday evening at 7 p m VisitIings this week MATRIMONIAL 0 In Letcher county a couple mar tied whose combined age aggregate 160 years The groom was 8 1 and the bride 79 The former had been married three times and the special says they had been lov ers since youth Talk about your old flames heres one that has been burning quite a while Win chester DemocratDEATHS Wade Hampton formerly Gov ernor and Senator of South Caro lina and a prominent exConfeder ate died Friday aged 84 years Dr T DeWitt Talmage the noted Presbyterian preacher whose sermons have been read by more people than those of any other modern preacher died at Washing ton City Saturday of inflamation of the brain aged seventyfive years WANTED Reliable man for Manager of Branch Office we wish to open in openfgood reference when writing THE A T MORRIS WHOLESALE HOUSE Cincinnati Ohio Illustrated catalogue 4cts stamps Soft Harness You can make your bar nesa as soft aa a Novo and as tough as wire by ualns UUItEKA Harnesa Oil You can lengthen Its life mako it mat twice as long us It ordinarily wo- uldEUREKA Harness Oil makes a poor looking barness like new Made of pure heavy bodied oilea tyerehweatherelland hold everywhere IB caaa all oizea Made by STANDARD OIL CO HOUSEWORK Too much housework wrecks wo mens nerves And the constant care of children day and night is often too trying for even a strong woman A hai gird face tells the story of the overworked housewife and mother Dera gcd menses leueorrh a and fulling of the womb result from overwork Every housewife needs a remedy to regulate her menses and to keep her sensitive female org nsi in perfect condition WlfE CRDIJI is doing this for thousands of American women today It cured Mrs Jones and that is why she writes this frank letters Gleadeano Ky Feb 10 1901 CarduiisI have felt for years I am doing my osrn work without any help and iwashed last week and wits noT one bit WneislOiDg goodandJaydownthroughtkeday 9109 AT DRUGGISTS For advice sail Weratnre annw toying O Theitaoogai j i IIP iAREYOU DEAF t t s ANY NOISES ALL CASES OF Ii DEAFNESS OR HARD HEARING ARE NOW CURABLE by our new invention Only those born deaf arc incurable HEAD NOISES CEASE IMMEDIATELY F A WERMAN OF BALTIMORE SAYS BALTIMORE Md March 30 r CeniJemen Being entirely cured of deafness thanks to your treatment I will now give yea afull history ohuv cage to be usedat your discretion About fire years ago iuy right ear began to ting and this kept on getting worse until I lost ray hearing In ear nude ent a trcatnieiitor catarrh for three months without success consulted a nwm herof siciaus aUl n lira tie most eminent ear of this who told me that then cease but the hearin in the affected ear would be lost forever I then saw your adveftiiifement accidentally in a New York paper and ordered your treat After I had used it only a few day according to your directions the noises ceased and today after five weeks mv hearing in the diseased ear has been entirely restored I thank yea heartily and beg to remain Very truly yours F A WERMAJT Tjff S Broadway Baltimore Md Our treatment does not interfere with your usual occupation i IJtxaminaUou and YOU CAN CURE YOURSELF AT HOME at a COHt INTERNATIONAL AURAL CLINIC 596 LA SAL E AVE CHICAGO ILL rfnJJtTales PillTheytemporarily cure by agitating the bowels but regular action be secured until the liver 5 secretes enough bile to make the intestines execute their natural functions lm Unnat ural agitation caused by cathartics Bl compels continual and increasing doses to I attain the results r r r i acts on th liver cures Chills e and Fever and every form of J Malarial Bilious Remitting and Inter- mitting I Fevers and by going to the seat of the trouble works permanent cure FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE At Chas C Davis Drugstore 7 HorseShoe Brands HIGH GRADE FERTILIZERS BORE A D POTASH Grade No2 1 per hundred hundredaNotes firiit116 per cent and approved security payable on Ior iDefttfe December 25 1902 will be accepted Sold by y JI JIWATDJJ f Brodieai1 Ky MONEY GOESar t FURTHeR At the torte i KRUEGERSONSMt THAN ANY OTHER STORE in ROCK CASTLE Piece of our is New shopIEverything be found our IIMOUR tHEADJ wouldout IIisgreat opportunity to save money if to visit ourIIplace before making your purchases FIND goodsin NEEDED III 1thejGOTO JONAS MCKENZIE MT VERNON KY for Every tljin in jp Dry Goods Clothing Boots and Shoes ana Generals 4v v Merchandise BEST GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES lA NEARLY FATAL RUNAWAY Ilitremedies for four years Bucklens Arnica Salve cured him Just as good for Boils Burns Bruises Cuts Corns Scalds Skin Eruptions and iIes25c at al- lduigiistsdhtg store jh nominal constipation cannot of house by the peo ple can in bier you fail Then WIELDS A SHARP AX Millions marvel at the multitude of maladies cut off by Dr Kiujsv distressinrItroubles Dyspepsia Loss of Ap petite Jaundice Biliousness Fever Malaria all fall before these wonder t rrstore r airS i h = 71JF Mt Vernon Signal Mt V1rRNON Kv APR I8 I 902 LOUISVILLE di NASHVILLE R R Cp TIME TABLE i4 north 1105 a a6 north 112 a 23 South 200 p 25 South 148 a m TAS LANDRUJI Agent EattrcdmttbkUtVfrobtiHj Post el ice its as o nddass man matter MASONIC Ashland Lodge Xo 640 meets 4th Mon day 10 A m S3TMT VERNON R A CHAPTER 140MEETS every FOURTH MONDA At 2 p in CHURCHES Services at the Christian Clmrch Preach atfp SnndaySchool930 a m every Sunday Prayer MeetingEveryThursday 730 pm The public are cordially Invited to attend Il4riceo DAVID IJARTSF1ELD Pastor Presbyterian Holds services on the 2nd andt4th Sunday moriffiigKnd evening Baptist ChurehServices en the Second Saturday night and Sunday Sunday School at 9 a in every Sunday Prayer 1 meeting OB Tuesday nights PERSONALS f J C Rineheart was here yesterday rj A Wood was in from Orlando Wednesday Miss Georgia McFerron was the i guest of Miss Ella Joplin Miss Annie Thompson visited friends and relatives in Stanford TuesdayCharley Stewart and David Buts ner were over to attend the contest Saturday nightPJudge Alcoru passed through Monday afternoon to attend court in the mountains Dr M Penningtou was called to Jackson county Wednesday on professional business James Maret was in Stanford and Lancaster this week in the in terest of the Independent Tele phone Association Mr and Mrs Theo Wesley returned to London Monday afternoon after a visit ofa few days to homefolks at Middleburg Mrs Sympson and three daughters wertfuji1 from Pine Hill Monday evening ta attend the entertain merit at the ollege Mt Sus full lI5 John A Mul lins and 1h Cooper came upI from Livingslfon Saturday specially to attend the Old Fiddlers Con test J J Wool wasMtf town yester day for the first time in several days Jim is making great prepa rations to go to farming later in the seasonCHenry Tharp was changed from Stanford to East Bernstadt as day operator Mrs Tharp and children stopped here to spend a few days with relatives Miss Ida May Adams who was thrown from her wheel at Grays some several weSks ago and very seriously hurt was able to be brought homeJohn Wafroft of Livingston was here this week to see his mother who is very sick He tells the News that pay oil has been struck at Level Green in Rockcastle county Barbourville News Mr W T Evans of Brodhead representing Floyd Bohr Louis ville accompanied by his son John was here yesterday and left his subscription for the Signal Mr Evans says be has beenhaYn a splendid sale of saddles and har ness Irof J W Ireland who has had rcbargeof the Institute here for tIle past six weeks will leave today fcr his hone in Danville Prof Eweis having Sufficiently recovered to take charge of the work Prof Ireland is a fine instructor auda perfect gentleman and during hi short stay in our town has mad many warm and lastingr Harry Blazer was in from Con= way yesterday Mr J J Deborde is visiting th family of Mr David Henderson James Rowzie brother of John Rowzie who has been in Cuba for some time is at home Misses Cox Letcher and Mitchell will leave this afternoon for Williarasburg to be gone until Monday mElbert Hansel will leave Sunday posimas o married Miss Ola Hansel Miss Mary D Cox Music teach er in the college says she will re main in Mt Vernon until June providing a class of as many as fifteen can be secured Misses Alberta Hilton Kate Sim andYDave Walker were gnests of Miss Helen Thurmond Bryan tsville SundayLancaster Record Judge James I White of Lancaster was here last week leasing oil land W H Brown has been in Rockcastle buying hogsC- C Williams of Mt Vernon was here last week on legal business Willie Mullins ofRockcastle was here lai t weekPreachersville Cor Lancaste Record LOCUS oDr William Owens was fined 50 for impericism We understand that Mt Vernon- is to have a banjo contestJ Read in another column the ad of Krueger and Sons and profit therebyIBeasley and Hayes Stanford Ky is the place to buy your new carpets apr n tf Stanford and Lincoln county will have an independent tele- hone system To LEXINGTON Sheriff H L Tate took John Idol to Lexington Tuesday on a warrant of arrest chargedwith felony C B Engleman of Paint Lik lied Tuesday night of heart disease Mr Engleuian married a daughter of Willis Adams Sr Measles have visited the homes ofso many that it is impossible for us to try to give the names oft all afflicted They are very light FOR SALETwo 5room cottages i just built pays 20 per cent on investment Cheap for cash J F COOPERt FAIRMr J Thos Cherry secretary of the Rockcastle County Assoceation tells us that Aug 20 2 1 and 22nd are the dates set for holding the fair this yearITo NASHVILLE The L N will sell tickets to Nashville May 56 and 7 limited until June 2 for 765 round trip account the Quadrennial Conference C M E church To LOUISVILLEThe 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 Festival A C Hiatt who has been man ager of a store at Hiatt which was owned by Dunn Hamm of Brod head has purchased the stock and will continue the business at the same stand Rugs Carpets Matting and every thing found in a first class furniture store Also a full line of Undertakers goads- BEASLEY HAYES apr n tf Stanford Ky NOT IN THE TRUST We will sell Eagle Fertilizer Be r rorn and wheat grower 100 perhundred EaglePhosphate 90 cts per hundred ADAMSagodliead Kv Mrs Elizabeth de Barrie Gill impersonator and singer gave an chapel1londayence greeted her and some parts of the programme were greatly en joyed The two local oil companies o this place are negotiating for drills daysitisThefirsLvellwll1ee t neighborhoodt f V Cox Bros are agents for the Garrard Marble Works Mont cleasS work at the lowest rites The Rockcestle Mutual Oil am Gas Co have rented a room at th e Miller House and opened up a n office They expect to commence boring just as soon as possible Within the next fifteen days you will be able to call most of Living stons citizens at their residences or business houses by telephone a heexchange at that point will be finished by that time James Maret the telephone man was over to Lancaster first of week attending a meeting of his com pany Important contracts were closed for extensions of lines t t various points and connections to be made with other comprnies John Burnside colored of Lex ington was tried here yesterday and held over under a bond of 550 for stealing which he failed to give and was sent to jail He stole an over coat and other thing- from Engineer Sturgis at Livingston Joe F Waters editor of the Lincoln Democrat is now in a position where he can truthfully sayleI told you so He has for years argued worked and done everything a hustler could do to convince the Lincoln people that there was oIli and lots of it within their borders The striking of oil on Baughmans farm proves that Joe is a man of anagasity in large proportionsI Late Sunday night Mr J Hen y Fish saw two fsuspicious char acters perambulating aroundin his back yard which to him was a little strange occurance and could be accounted for only in one waya that they were trying to make a raid upon his store Mr Fish says While I could not see well enough to tell who they were yet had they tried to force an entrance they would have soon found out who I was James I White formelly of this place and by the way a mighty goodman has done well since moving to Lancaster He is gen eral manager of the Lancaster Oil and Gas Co It was through his efforts that his company secured Wages fattJ in Knox county that now has three gushers on- t There are ten persons in the company including Mr White have been offered 5Ojppo for enterests in the Wages farm The Lincoln Democrat secured the services of our townsman Jas Maret in getting up a map of Lin coln county which he finished up Wednesday morning The size of map is 18 by 24 and is pronounced by experts to be a fine piece of work The Democrat will have them on sale within next ten days at i each and a big run is pre dicted The oil interest in that county is being pushed Rock castle will be right along with them in the near future Mr C L Stone General Pas senger Agent of the L N announces that he has placed on sale with all ticket agents interchange able mileage brooks covering a distance of 13053 miles of railroad and steamship travel in the South This is a great convenience and a saving to commercial men and oth ers who do much traveling Mr Stone is one of the most energetic passenger agents of our acquaintance and in our opinion much of the credit is due him for giving this convenience tothe traveling public CONTE9TThe Old Fiddlers was given in the court house here last Saturday night was a grand success in every particular In the language of Mr Larkin Hicks who has attended ten of these contests There were more good fiddlers at Mt Vernon than anyplace I have been Tlie contestants were Larkin Hicks Fount Tyree and H G Howard ofJ Brodhead Ben and Alex Martin of Rowland James Anglin v Withers Garrold Bowles of Dis outanta Wilse Carpenter of Pin Hill Lee Arnold of Livingston and H F Green of London The judges Messrs JW Ireland oft Danville E GChathmeJof Louis Ville and DO Martin of Cfncin nati awarded first prize to Fou Tyree second to H F Green an third to Alex Martin A large auiiieace was present to teai tin splendid array of nick timfiddlcrs f v j UViXGSTOT Co Ked Singleton has a new hat Mother Mullins is quite sickat this writing Contractor Bradford went to Ke r Albany Tuesday John W Brown of Mt Vernon vas here Wednesday Miss Fannie Redd is visiting her aunt Mrs Dr Cooper Dan Mulli as of Withers was ins town Wednesda morning L L Jarrett of Brodhead was here this week on business Thoi Daniel went to HaZel Patch Sundayto see his best girl S F Sams little girl is quite sickthe Dr says its mumps Rev B S Devalt was visitingI his daughter here last R A Sparks was home last week from the Big Hill country Miss Dora Hatcher of Hazel Patch is visiting Mrs Ed Woodall James Argenbright is back here 30smenE Fishback was called to Bards town on account of the illness of daughterMrs N Bentley is in Louis vine visiting her daughter Mrs Ida Webb Mrs Mary Carson f of Louisville with her sister Mrs Margaret SambrookBill of Paducah was visiting his brother Hiram Jen last week Tom Burton had his hand badly cut with scutoffsaw at Bowman Cockrells mill Egbert Hayes is here from Cincinnati isiting his parents Mr nd Mrs Brack Hayes Mrs Stewart has moved here from her farm and is living with persons on the Heights Gt A Chandler was here Wednesday from Pittsburg Come again Charley you talk to suit us John Walton was called to the bedside of his mother who is very ill at her home at Barbourville Uncle Ashley Owens and wife are much improved in health and have gone to housekeeping again H G Grocheider is here this week looking after stave trade winch is quite large at this point J C Carson bought the residence property of Henry Delph Mr Delph will leave Saturday for Ohio Jim Tucker who has been brak ing here for quite a while has gone back on the farm at Cedar CreekJoe i Dickerson our clever ticket agent is holding down the yards and traffic department in Mr Fish backs absence W C Mullins D S McKinney Parson ljocker of this place and F L Thompson of Mt Vernon were in Hazel Patch Friday last Owing to the damage by fire the Mullins Hotel has closed It was full of boarders at the time of the fire and they all regretted very much to leave- J F Chewning and Logan Sal yers traded property this week Mr Chewning prefers a farm life and Logan well just any old thing to get up a trade Mr Jefferson the adjuster for the Continental Fire Insurance Co came around Tuesday and settled the damages to the Mullins hotelby the recent fire Sheriff H L Tate came down Monday and arrested John Idol and took him back to Lexington to explain to an irate father why he 1bad more wives than ole RELIGIONS r P o ThefChristion church next Sunday theehome Evening Christianity beautified At Purcell schoolhouse at30clqckHA Godless childhood V oorgandt Cummins as Supennteddent Jand W H Owens as asaidtauJU t 1l Kt HOUK ADAMS MT VERNON j HEADQUARTERS FOR BARGAINS J HOUK ADAMS HAVE Everything usuall handled by all firstclass generalmerchants any human body can be satisfied in prices and quality H o v K fM ID A M s osiery Notions rriesIats gents uting cloth Oilcloth I nly too cheap I nderwear not to nderestimated bej IindsIsold11 goods guarantee and I11 prices reasonable o not miss aily theseI Ivailens suits to an or boy suitIo come and elect and get bargains ILIVINGSTON LA Rfl PS in all the style and will be sold at almot I cost GROCERIES Hardware and Queens ware Saddles Bridles Harness r collars and Names We are constantly receive ingnew arrivals of goods And will supply you very romPtlycalland learn prices COAL CORNand Hay Agents for Best Brand Fertilizers also all kinds farm tools Goods delivered in any part of town promptly What Do You Want to Anythingti you should need in our line are well worth your notice and should arrest your attention ifyou are looking for Bar gains Bring us your country produce nnlchighest market price m j Phone 75 3 rings HOUK i Big bri CHAS C D SUCCESSOR TO THEO WESLE The Place to Obtain Presh Drugs ALSO Patent Medicines of all Kinds Perf meStationeryToilet U Article- CIGARS AND TOBACCO Paints and Oils PRESCRIPTIONS carefully Compounded all day or THE BflHK OF fAT VERNON MT VeRNON KY OPENED 1900 CAPITAL STOCK r 15 000 C C WILLIAMS PRHS JAS T ADAMS VicsPjujs W L RICHARDS CASHIER A B FURNISH ASST GASH DIRECTORSJonas McKenzie Geo Livesay A T Fish Fritz Krueger Rod Perry Vincent Boreing J E Houk We solicit accounts of firms and individuals Carelul atten tion is given collections entrusted to us Our friends and patrons are invited to call when in town DANNIE OWENS o UNDERTAKER Caskets Coffins Robes Etc Kept in Stock Orders by Mail Telegraph or Telephone Promptly filled BRODHEAD KENTUCKy WILLIS GRIFFINPractical Undertlter and FUNERAL DIR C1OR i r4 Mt Vernon KY Stock Complete FINE HEARSE Attached Can iurnish Metalic Caskets and hive Embahiiing done on short notice Conk and see me anything I have not got can get for you onlrst train that kave the city C PRplB RB Wwire Promptly hlleds t t Miller Houses WVj RIDER PRO- PRHeadquarters j s fort Commercial IPorter at all lrainsSa tiiii no The eraiid a l j HotelaJOSEPH COFFEY PROPR Stanford Ky Specially equipped for traveling men Sample room on first floor Bath rooms free to guests RAT S 200 per day Hotel Frith R L COLLIER Propr Depotacv n1 BRODfIEADKY GOOD LIVERY AfTACfIEDI Meet all Trains Traveling Men and Railroad men Solicited Vill furnish Lunches for all trains Francisco Tyree MONUMENTAL WORKS If- Gr le Monuments ones ITCLASS GIVEN M lVt itJSo 21 M N KY MEETS every ist and 3rd Mon day in each ninth 730 p in TAS E HOUK COM J J PING REC KEEP ii COURT CALENDAR J COUNTY COURT rlfourtli Mon cday in each month QUARTERLY COUKT Fiist Mon day in January April July and October CIRCUIT COURT Second Monday in February Fourth Monday in May and Third Monday in Sep tember MT VERNON POLICE COURT Third Monday in each month 4 M to write for our confidential letter before applying for it may be worth money We promptly cbtain U S and Foreign PATE 1fSend TRADE R1A52KS or return Efj TIPE attorney fee Send model sketch rt1MECiATEFthe best legal service and advice and our charges are moderate Try us COJPaeOpp US Patent OfnceWashing csf DC J tu c iNew Fast Train T- OCOLORADO UTAH ITHE PCIIC COAST Wn effcSt111dY Ma iglliy The new train will leave Sr Louis 900 a m aBythe evening train c to same ppmts io 10 p am rdaily Through sleeping car service between St LoWs Sn Francisco and Northwestern pojius Only line that does n twice daily Excursion tickets Tiovv on sale For further information address R T G Matthews Toj A Louisville Ky v y- cIIC 1 Va SEtD Geu1 Passrr aid Tactr Aiti St Louis i1 hrat1 5of aU kinds 0s12 at the Signal t office 5it Vt 2non r = Ul s A pqpT Rs JBAD PLIGHT Tarsago as a result of a severe p ll +I lost f rilr voice4 writes Dr VI L Scarbrough of- HebaIt Ohio thnbegau allOb stinait cough Ever remedy lYSlIDr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds I found quick relief andfor the last ten das liaefelt better than for two yeans Positively guar steed for Throat and Lung troubles Sold tfmill druggist soc and ioq Trial bittles free Peru F1s the New York Central Uailrod ihiuks it no longer needs a United States Senator in itt business ChJHnjj rebels either have con teal of the news dispensers or are licking the government troops with regularity Belgium is turning out a lot o riots and such for a little country and the turning machine is still in working order A P3INTER FOR INVENTORS o If you wish your patent business properly and promptly done send it to SWIFT S CO PATEN LAWYERS opposite U S Patent Office Washington D C They have no dissatisfied clients Write them for their confidential letter a postal card will bring it and il may be worth money to you See their advertisement elsewhere ii this paper Weavl I suffered terribly and was ex tremely weak for 12 years The p doctors said my blood was all g turning to water At last I tried Ayers Sarsaparilla and was soon againMrs Hadiyme Ct n youhavepoorly 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 9 I whole trust in it throw away everything else SlCO a boltis All druIsls sflyersSarsaparillaold tamhly medicine Follow his advico and vc will be satisfied J C AVER Co Lowell Mass RILEY HOUSE F B RILKY Prop LONDON KY- AHEADQUARTERS for Coin mercial men Good Sample Room andconvenient to Depot Rates 2 copper day M L MYERSDentist MT VERNON KY FIRSTCLASS WORK OFFICEIn the Krueger new brick v PHONEiN o 38 P A Penniuaton D D S M Dl KYi S15i Will be at Miller House tft ernondurinsr nil Circuit Courts C C WilliamsYtA- TTORNEYATLAWi MT VERNON KY OFFICE On 2rd floor of The Bank of Mt Vernon on Churc- hstreetSpecial attention given to collections MULL1NS HOTEL Mrs Sue i ulins Props J LIVINGSTON IY RATES ICO PER DAY Pleasant location every coriven isnce and COil1furt Hack meets all trains x Patronoge of Railroad and Corn mercial men elicited Jleadache lkills not necessarily suddenly but SURELY It preys upon the intellectual powers more than 1we realize It consumes the faster than nature Lan Iitality it and we cannot tell moment a temporary or complete aberration of theImind willresult Headache pain should be promptly re f IIla1II MilesPain Pills theIz conIMiles Pain Pills and it lieved me I then purchased box and now my trouble is gone They have Jalso cured my daughter of nervous headache and I he them to othersVmond Texas rti1Yrecommendi Sold by Druggists Mlles Medical o IDr ILand Stock and Crop o J C Hayes bought in Laurel county 52 head of yearlings at 20 pet head This makes over 500 held of cattle Mr Hayes has bought in that county since last September The first new crop wool of the season was sold today in Louisville by J C Hcskins who has a farm on the Bardstowu road The wool was sold to Isaac Rosenbaum Co and brought iSc the first price set this season Louisville Post Wharton Bros ofKeeue bought 2000 bushels of wheat from Tyley Hampton and 1500 bushels from W B Haydon at Soc Woodford SunFogg Bros delivered last week 20 head of a bunch of 40 butcher steers sold to Wm Green Co at 5 10 The 20 head averaged 1076 ills The remaining 20 headwill g about the 25th of this monthand will weigh about iioolbs Fog Bros bought these cattle last Oct ober and they 85capounds and cost them 3 cts R L Guy of Clark county has sold butcher steers to be delivered April 26th to W B Greene Co 55 at 4 75 and 20 at 4 25 These cat tle will weigh 1000 pounds when deJiveredCGrtves bought last week 40 yearlings steers of Wtn Scobee at 5 cts These cattle will be delivered April lyth and will Ster1iugIThe Harrodsburg Democrat notes the following court day sales J J McGinnis sold 20 6oopound steers at 3 65 percwt Soopouud heifers at2650 per head IS 650pound steers at 27 75 milch cows 25 0S o 4 M Campbell sold 2 yearling heifers at 12 35 each 12 steers at 4r6 each 35 twoyearold steers about 700 lbs at 42 75 10 yearlong heifers at 15 35 per head Diamond Bently sold 40 year ling steers of about 800 lbs at 24 75 per head 45 sheep 3 65 per headJ A Robinson sold to hempIGen John B Gordon command erinchief of the United Confederate Veterans has appointed Miss VaI rina Davis of New Orleans spon sorinchief for the forthcoming reunion in Dallas Miss Davis is a daughter of Gen Jos Davis of New Orleans and a grandniece ofex President Jefferson Davis Albert German was sentenced in the United States court to seven U1l1tedIa book keeper Ira the Third National Bank at Louisville Judge Evans told the accused that he gave no credence to his claim of insanity TIre Civil Service Commission WashingtonI differfstcil got after Postmaster General Payne its members might Idsethdr a Job a 4 EXTRA SESSION I 1N WILLtBECKIIAM NOT I The following letter from the Governor addressed to sonic Gar rard count petitioners asking for an extra session shows the position which he occupies State of Kentucky Executive Department Frankfort April 8 1902Io T B Robin ou Chair LanIreturn to the last Saturday I founda petition signed by yourself as Chairman of the Democratic County Committee by other merit bers of the Committee and by a number ol excellent citizens oi y tour county asking me to calla special session of the Legislature lurihe purpose of passing a bill similar 10 11Generalsession and lost and also fvrdt purpose of passing a school Bill I wish to assure you lJckI other gentlemen who signed this petition that I shall always regard vith the greatest respect a request or suggestion comiag as this es f from worthy Democrats ot Garrard county and men in whose character and Democracy I have such great confidence It would be a pleasure to if possissible conform to your wishes However Iam of the opinion that the passage ofa Regis tration Bill is not c f such extraord iuary importance as to justify a call of an extra session of the Legislature and as for the School Book Bill it was clearly shown by a vote in the last session ofthe Senate that there were enough Democratic Sen atoys voting with the solidly Re publican vote make impossible passage of such a bill by the Sena as now constituted I admire th spirit that prompted you gentlemen to sign this petition and it would always be a pleasure to me to have you express your views and wishes about such matters But I am of rte opinion that it would not b wise at the present time to rail tnis General Assembly in extraordinary session With high regards for nil 0of you I have the honor to be very truly yours BeckhamgI SAVE THE LOVED ONES Mrs Mary A Vliet Newcastle Colo writes I believe Ballards anyIall that is claimed for it and it is so pleasant to take My little girl wants to take it when she has no need font Ballard Horehound Syrup is the great cure for all pulmonary ailments 75c 5oc and lrugstoreIThe ney Commissioner of Pen sioiis is said to be a humorist but if he findsany fun in that job he will do more that any of his predecessors have been able to do According to Gov Taft Col Gardner was worthy of belief and thedry eeds the Philip pine pro viuceVof which he is acting civil governor 1fgiJsdTiger withthirdsJ1otoIt doesnt hurt the tiger any and its awfully risky for you Consumption is a tiger among diseases Tt isstealthy but once started it rapidly destroysIicine Thats only birdshot It still advances Good heavy charges of Scotts Emulsion will stop the advance The disease feels thatyScotts Emulsion makes the body strong to resist It soothes and toughens the lungs and sustains the strength until the disease wears itselfout v iSend for free sample SCOTT S n wNEChcmistA TcarMSt NT- Sytand iuoo all dro j I if 1 ti l 1toij Uood Dressers I fl 1 adt11 Want everybody to Know it jj- Wo 1mt secured the exehstve righti Ifpr this Yfbnfy o tale orders for the ii ta m o u s t of IChilrago displaying their newest l samples of Fin o T Woolens and urge j everyone interested in clothes to call andj IiNEARLY by far the largest line in the country consisting iI of many exclusive effects steds cassimercs Scotches clays etc STRAUSS BROS make sergesI of clothes you like to wear tailored perfect fitting distinctly J I the ordinary yet prices are no higher than you have paid for inferiorgoods They guarantee absolute satisfactionI and with it goes our unqualified endorsement 7 We shall be glad to have you call and you will be glad you came OX BROS atVernon Kv i ro ar i POO 1 LosiisueHenderson is ReiIwa andt 40 u 1 5 I IH TIOmeseekers9 Excursion 1 LOW KATES T o T si Cs We S T Tickets o sir S p I FJ rst sxnd Third f Tuesdays in MARCH APRJDL and MAY 1902 t Alsoe Loael Co cfnist v7 One Way Rates to the Northwest SLiiS taIifOrnaiPeints vj 4ve For Further iiafirant34 Jan Address GEO L GARRETT L J IRWIN Trzuv Pas Agervt Cant Pass Agent LOUISVLLE KY I A Free Picture of Bens Lee Y Any veteran who contemplates attending the Reunion at Dallas l April 22nd to 25th will receive a handsome picture of General Robert E Lee and a copy of his farewell address suitable for 1ifrnmingif he will send us his name and address and the name of the Camp to which he belongs tIt Your best route to Dallas will to via Memphis Tha fromMemphischange Thee trains leave Memphis morning and evening after the arrival of trains via all lines thus ollarin g you close connections and excellent service Jftf iiM tit tlr i 1 rIntti 5 fo VJ RASONS I WHYiYou should take a Course at tine a + Massey Business College I tLOUISVIL E KY t r I It is the leading Commercial School in Kentucky iF2 Its coiIrses of study are thorough and systematic tY mouth immed1tcyupon graduation 4 r 4 1eanti ttidents ralrt ad fare to Louisville i c TV r rHupd upoii sr ttiflitJbi aver cent of tuition paid to us If the fP thCroU ll f d ON iJe r s E1P2tC a a cs rl SJori 1 iscouats to t H tyol +t