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Wte tc 1 J r t vr w wr fji q 1 I 1 h rJtI J tl J ern 1 i it I0VOLUME XV MT VERNON RQC1 CASTLE COTOTYK KY FRIDAY tUNE 6 lJJ NUMBER 37 i S TEipMYP wiNJJS7OBEBRAVAlllJFFARLESS AND LOYAL TO THE GREAT COMMON PEOPLE A Kind Oldever ere ourse or any other store I have come in rantach with SAYS SHE to her Imsbaacl James everything is cllea here aid ira to i R I What Have Done for tliethwe can Do for YQui I t THE SUCCESSFUL THE MOST THE MOST POPULAR STORE in ROCKCASTLE 0 Lizrie Tharp daughter of H L Tharp is visiting J R Cass Misst Susie Hilton is with u for a while enlivening our town with her presence Joi Cherry weut to Lancaster Saturday and bought a line saddle and harness mare for Mrs Cherry Joshua Wilson and wife of Bee Lick were in our town Monday trading with our merchants Frank Brinkly from Louisville is stopping in our town looking af ter his landed interests here r Messrs J L Robins and John Robins are visiting relatives in Lincoln and Garrard for a few days Granville Owens returned home after a five months stay in theI South in the picture business The Judge is looking well and his many friends are glad to see him backc again ffi s r MissLizzie Painter and Mrs L Ll arrived here Monday from Cincinnati where they had been for a while Miss Lizzie was quite sick but is much improved at this time Messrs John and Sam Sayers Robert Dowel L L Jarrett Eg bert Owens Jothen Brown and others took advantage of cheap rates excursion to Cincinnati Satur day Mary Shivel wife of Ezra Shivel and daughter of John Flynn Mrs Snivel had bat tled with disease for a long time but finally had to surrender and bid farewell to earth There was a large crowd at the funeral services StiuInsympathy of the entire community A south bound train struck some thing at Kings Crossing Tuesday night When they arrived here the pilot of the engine was covered with blood and had a boys saddle nit which created considerable ex citement The marshal and oth ers went to the scene and found a horse torn to pieces and while searching for the rider Mr Lutes came up and said it was his horse which bad gotten loose while he was at churchtA SPLENDID REMEDYI Neuralgic pains rheumatism lumbado and sciatic pains yield to t being absorbed into the blood its healing properties are conveyed to every part of the body and effect some wonderful cures Mr D F Moore Agent Illinois Central Railway Milan Tenn states I have used Ballard Snow Liniment for rheumatism backache etc in my family It is a splendid remedy We could not do without it 25C 502and 100 Solp by all drug A t i rrl tts i hzt In his Memorial Day address at President Roosevelt devoted his time to an elaorate defense of the war in the Philip pines and the doings of the arm Y Arouze bustof the late Presi raettt McKinley was un vailed a t business has been growing larger anti larger each Season and out l lltt been andla ices e cut more more e are in better position to quotelower prices than ever in our history and our history shows that we were very good at cutting prices long ago L we MOST RELIABLE BRODHEAD night- DEADMrs Washington Philadelphia 2T CRAB ORCHARD 0 Sam Magee is spending a few days with his mother thse of Dexter Ballou a daughter R L Riddle of Rockcastle is visiting his relative Miss Fannie LangfordMrs Carpenter and little visitingfrMrs L S Elder has returned home after spending a few days with friends in Richmond regularchurch on the first Sunday Mrs M E Rigsby and sister Miss Maggie Holtzclaw of Preach ersville visited Mrs Patten first of the week Iedspending some time here among her many friends Rain is badly needed as we hav not had sufficient rain to wet theI ground thoroughly since the first week in April The crowd on Decoration Day was small Services were led Rev K D Noax an old soldier o the war of the rebellion Stuart Myers who has been i Kansas with his daughter has returned to Crab Orchard in very poor health He is stopping at the feover house Mrs Geo Elam of Hammock who has been in poor health fQra year past is staying at the home of Dr J D Pettus taking treatment under the of Dr Pettus IProprietor J B Willis has everything at the Springs Hotel in apple pie order and is sending out 1000 invitations to the opening ball which will be given on the even ing of June 20th Crab Orchard will now have a night mail for the accommodation of the Springs beginning on June 6th The postoffice will be open till 9 p m instead of closing at 7 p m as heretofore M J Harris and wife have gone to make their home in Louisville he having been given a position a- watchman at a distillery Thi many friends wish them prosperity in their new home as they have- i large circle of acquaintances here where they were born and eared They will be missed D B Rigg of Franklin Ind who spout something over a yea here teaching music is visiting his old pupils who are very happy lo have him among them again His proficiency as teacher is shown in the rapid progress made by his pu pill especially the Southern Mili tary Band consisting of 18 young men who now have several calls to playedICommencement if HAPPY TIME IN OLD TOWN JMb felt r erx happy writes R N Bevill Old Town Va vhe LBuckjens Arnica Salve wholly cur d= out daughter of a bad cas wIiItrCdts Corns B 1Bruises Boils Ulcers Eruptions Infallible for Piles Only 25C all druggists t game Hoods Less Goods game money LEVEL GREEN o The weather has rearmed up and the frost has melted leaving corn and a few othtr farm and gar den products badly singed tho no very serious damage done Farm ers are well up with their work and rLina good soakeris very badly needed Oats and meadows are being cut short and pastures are suffering From a letter just received we are informed thusly Born to the wife of G A French on May 24tb South McAlister Ind Ter a boy havingbeenyears ago This will make him one of the first native born white citizens in that Territory Uncle John Hamm of near this place died Saturday morning of cancer on the head old and a of diseases Uncle John was about 84 years of age the son of Ezekiel Hamm who was xevoluehero Who emigrated to this country more than a century ago Uncle John was one of the pioneer members of the Christian ChurcH having been a faithful and honored earsfother Hamms were and are a kind thenmost and best that can be said for anyone He was buried on Sun day inMt Pleasant Cemetery at tended by a host of loving friends andweeping relatives His moth er aunt Kizzeah preceded him only four years aged 103 What a contrast in the assemblies at Mr Pleasant on Saturday and Sunday Surely the place of moth can soon be changed into uiourn tug On Saturday hundreds of men women ypuths and children with festoons of flowers to decorate the graves of departed friends this nearisinatng andta very prayer y Mrs Jennie Broyles Gibson Rev Win Martin preached a short but eloquent sermon then came more beautiful and well sung songs next on program was Sam Brown who speechsnecesrbountifulcoandsorts of good things was spread upon the grass in which all had a riga The repast being fragIiaudience repaired to the M E churchnear by a very commodi ous building tho not half sufficient to hold the people Here the ex excises were completed and every one went home satisfied that it i was good for us to be here The entire audience without a single exception was wen behaved not a single drunken man there not ajar or discord Much praise and honor is due Mrs Gibson and E c McQueary the promoters and engineers of the entire celebration a111rJt tflottglit when I gazed upon thee sea of heads and faces before me while Saul Brown was speaking thoughtssinterred here were it possible for tvtJieni to come forth Surely it j allir 4 r r I can Ladygmany of tlemosttemptingvalues parusIOlt BalIlards eJoWiFor money fore For complication lhone No 82 these people come from for thi country was very sparsely 90 years agoIMany persons m usPreacherslawyers i ers and our editor who seemed to be gathering one to his list at short intervalsIt now the purpose of the Woodstock Lodge F A M to celebrate on the 24th instant Betsy had a mess of pease and SundayoherI have read five great deal in the newspapersI square meals salted horses and cattle made a visit set some tobacco plants spent much time conversing with my old friend and nabor M W DeBord and did muchI else besides writing this article end werht kept very busy even then It is now 500 pm and lia rained a good rain m Possum Hol ler since I began writing Praise the Lord I ani undergoing a course of treatment prescribed and furnished by Drs Larkin Hicks aod James Crawford of Brodhead and I must say that no one ever experienced a greeter change for the better in so short a time If I continue to im prove at the same ratio Geometri cal progression for another week Ill be well stout and hearty I can cheerfully recommend this medi cine to S H Martin and all such fellow sufferers I went all over my farm this a m with ease something I have not done before in many months I experiencedre lief from the first dose Yours respectfullyBUCK KENTUCKY FAIR DATES 0 Richmond July 1419 Georgetown July 2226 CynthinaJuly 30 Aug3t v Danville August 68 ItLawrenceburg Shepherdsville August 1922 Maysville August 2023 Shelbyville August 2G 29 London August 2729 Florence August 2730 Germantown August 2730 Bardstown September 26 Elizabeth town September 912 Bowling Green September 1013 Glasgow September 1013 Ewing SepteinlBer 1 113 Louisville September 2227 Hartford October 14 Brodhead Aug 20 22 f SAVED FHOM AN Awyui FATK- Everybody said I had consump r tion Writes Mrs A M Shields of Chanibersburg Pa I was so low after six monthsof severe sick ness caused by Hay Fever and Asthma that few thought I could get well but I learned of the marvelous lteritof Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption used it and was completely cured Fo desperate Throat and Lung Dis eases it is the safest cure in the world a lis infallible for Coughs Colds and Bronchial Affections Guaranteed bottles5oc and too Trial botllesJree aball druggists BIGGER VALUES LOWER PRICES LARGER VARIETIES- STRONGER LEADERS NOTESdOrus Bower the oil well driller was in town Monday CoIf Dr Lovell was over at Junction City Wednesday on oil business The deepest oilwell in this country is being drilled at West Elizabeth Pa It is down now 5600 feet and will be put to 6000 The cost will be about 40000 iThere are many lines of business more or less time to get started up The oil line is one of them Our local oil companies are going at things in a business way hot just letting matters drift grinsfor the work and when drilling be gins they will not stop for the lack of funds The Rockcastla Oil and the original promcters in this counI- ty has within the past week an accurate map of their leases covering ten different localities in this and pulaski counties running from 175 to 1875 acres amounting to something like 7000 acres of choice oil lands The map was made by our townsmen James Maret who is an apt hand at the business This company is negotiating with com ponies who will begin work in the near future developing our territory a Adjoining Counties 0 Somerset is to have a fair The following from the Rich moiid Climax shows the town of Berea to be on a boom Berea is on a boom In spite of the heavy losses by fire during the past year the little town is enjoying a rapid and steady growth The has been subscribed for a handsomeI new church to take the place of the old chapel which was burned a few weeks ago A large brick yard is being made the machinery for which is now on the ground A 40000 electric plant will soon be installed which will give the town a metrop olitan appearance Many other impravements are being made so that Berea will take a front seat among the towns of this section CONSTIPATED BOWELSI To have good should be kept in a laxative couI dition and the bowels movedat least once a day so that all the poisonous wastes are expelled dally Mr G L Edwards 142N Main St Wichita Kansas writes I have used Herbine to regulate the- liver and bowels for the past ten j years and found it a reliable j drugremedygists Edison the Wizard has perfected r a storage battery that will revolu tionize the electric business- many in lines v c t t IIiIATT Jshere again 1 Ife Mrs Mar Jl Hbas been quite ill for some erylowJ- last J Smi sh Creek week iMiss Ida is spending this week w s in Berca fl V Smit nd your correspondent were in Lancaster last Monday Mr Burdett Houk of Mt Ver non was here last week looking for a school Quite a number from this vicinity attended the Commencement at Berea Wednesday Rev J C Carmical fine his regular a PPointment at Oak HUb Saturday and Sunday r 4t IElijah Brock and wife of Cop were the guests of J Boyd Sr and family Sunday Mr Fred Johnson of Berea was visiting his grandmother Mrs Mary Duvall Saturday and Sun dayMr Lester Hilton one of Brod heads brightest young men was the pleasant guest ofH B McClary Sunday Miss Etna Hayes and Mr Sand ford Coffey of Wildie attended church here Sunday wearing the lovers smile Miss Florence Pritchette has re turned to her home in Danville after a months stay with her sister Mrs Mollie Hiatt J Mr Harry Giovauoli private secretary to Commissioner John W Yerkes writing to the Danville Advocate has the following to say of Alaska Alaska is the coming country Some of the finest wheat land on earth is there This hasj been demonstrated by actual ex perience and as the country is more and more explored its magnitude and resources become more and more apparent Says a gentleman who is conversant with that territory Alaska is going to play an important part in the history and the development of the United States In area it is almost as big as the country east of the Misslsj p pi and its resources are not con fined to mining a large section of it is adaptable to agriculture and big enough to make two or three farming States while its wealth im fisheries is enormous At no greatill distant time there will be a large population in Yukon Valley and people who think that Alaska is only habitable for icebergs and polar teBrs are very muchmistaken The region has the largest river in North America the Yukon and the highest mountain Mount Mc Kinley No white man has ever reached Mount McKinley its altitude was measuredby triangulation at a long distance away but when we have reached the North Pole it will offer a new field for our ex- Plorers V President Mitchell of the United 4 Mine Workers says the anthracite strike stems as farfrom settlememfc i as everk r 9tJ20 MtVernon Signal FRIDAY JUNE6 1902a Published evsry Friday by r EDGAR S ALBRIGHT t ZSUBSCRIPTION OUR YEAR I 0 Advcrihing 1z1smade known on VS 3 application H H HENN1NGER Of Wayne county is a candidate for Stat Treasurer subject to the action of the Democratic partyWG G GILBERT Of Shelbyyille is a candidate for the dem viEighthbe held Saturday August 9 laO0 By Our Associate Editor THE foolorator was at large again last week with the usual result inappropriate speeches f TSDDY doesnt have to put his ear to the ground now to know that the Hanna machine has taken the roaddNOTWITHSTANDING his Southern j blood Mr Roosevelt has shown that lie is not averse to shaking th bloodyshirt IT is a great consolation to sensi ble Americans to know that they are not respons M the ian Europe IT is prob end his a drainistratii aelp re publican can Congress that Mr Rons to make stump speeches Seuator McLaufl be give a life job on the bens fur tryi ig pantty in South Carolina He will be large ly overpaid considering the result T of his attempt SENATOR HOAH hit the republi cans hard when he said the olic they were defending in the Philn fines vas supported IIby all the ked precedents which can be found in the lives of good men II oattS Tie has quarreled with his prime minister for refusing to recommend a male favorite for a peerage and with the mistress of the robes for refusing to invite a female favorite io dinner T SENATOR CARMACK is rigl jThe real question at issue is wheth jtr the charges against Hellroar ing Jake Smith and other officers in the Philippines are true or n No amount of republican jugglery r either on the part of the President W Senators can change the issue OH 1301 the republicans are n Afraid It was confidence vhi Caused them to decide to wait for 4 the democrats to make the issues of the Congressional campaign Democrats will simply force the issues that have already been made by the republican Congress a administration SECRETARY MOODY was frank enongh in a partisan speech to s of the administration policy in the Philippines We cannot point accomplished facts We can on hope and strive and believe One of the reasons why the voters are going to elect a democrats Congress this year is the republicans cannot point to accomplished facts inthe Philippines TKDDY is about to give his Xcnuy another boost up the am ladder In Washington it is regarded as a certainty that Gen Leonard Wood will be promoted to one of the vacancies that will be made by the retirement in July gtf Major Generals Wheaton and iBfrooke It will be necessary to jump Wood over the heads of man capable and deserving officers rda this but that has already been d yne several times JJJr Frank W McKee of JVood ford county on Monday delivered 207lambs averaging 70 lbs that he sold to Mr Jones of Georgetown at 610 Frank matured 3 lambs frouiTQ ewes an average of fiaore than i lambs per ewe which is the best showing we have heard of rx J v t t 9 7 uzr LIVINGSTON 0 Mr George Reynolds and family visiting in East Bernstadt J E Singleton made a short trip to Brush Creek and Mon da SIketongim took in the excursion to Cincinnati Sunday 0A J Faris and A E Reid 0ILondon were guests at the River side Mansion Sunday H L Boles representing The Paris Milling Cu of Paris was a guest at the Mullins Hotel Yednes daY14iiss Helen Singleton is visiting her parents on Crooked accompanied by Tipton and illie Singleton Mrs Henry Browning and son Walter and tiles Carrie Baugb are siting at Crab Orchard OtteEynolds and Walter daylastwas here last week visiting Mrs Ma yQuinn and other relatives ICharley Cooper is visiting hi cousin Jim Tucker Redd at Cr- aOrchardliiss Mattie Heath after an extended visit with Mrs J T Blankenship is visiting a Bereahfiss Bessie Lakes who has been visiting friends here re to Lebanon Junction Mon- ay Mrs Mar Carson and Mr John Hewitt of Cincinnati are visiting relatives at the Sambrook thee K C R R is layiugoff and Fran Webb is running in his Capt Thos Matloek is Tunics one of the race trains to t ujiinj 1and popular Jule Herrick will lake his run for a while Mrs James Bruce Morson Birmingham Ala who has been visiting her sister Mrs Phil Allin at Lettered Rock returned to her home Monday Mrs Susan Lytton and daughters Misses La yens and Cora of East Bernstadt were the guests of Mrs Sams Sunday Mrs Lytton came this far to meet her mother Mrs Lucas who way on the way from St Louis DzputUY of Crooked creek has a well developed case of smallpox con tracted while at Catlettsburg Ky There has been quite a number of WarrenPjay 30th in honor of her sister Miss Della Huffman of Geths mane John Magee and family Mr and Mrs James Panel near JaneOwensMrs Torn Francisco at Brod head Mrs George Griffin w very sick Sunday Miss Lena Gri fin is growing weaker with a very Jitoe son of Cedar Creek were at t SmilingDave andof L were in town TuesdayDisp Frank Fishback and wife 0f Louisville- are guests at the Rice Hotel tofa chpleasant visit with relatives at Rowland and Stanford Mr and Mrs A J Sams were the guests of jfln and Mrs Samuel Sams SundaYi71lrs Each Clark of Pittsburgh was the gue Sundaynd t near town has been very sick this week W R Dilliou Russell and WIB L6Iiiays ooper and Archie visited relatives at Crab JohnSilversn tives at Pine Hill Tuesday Mrs Sympson and daughter Miss Elizabeth have moved here from Pine Hill and will occupy one of Reuben Mullins new cottages L C Smith of Wildie was in town Wednesday Mr and Mrs Marion Parker and Maggie Cox visit Sulmyat Rowland this week Irs B N Roller visited friends at New Haven Sunday and Monday Dr M Penningtou of Mt Ver non was here Thursday in con sultaljou with Dr W J Ch- iIdressMrs James Davis is in Louisville visiting and also buyin Bazaar3y Letoe are on Little Ada King Fishback who w a quite sick with congestion of th lung isable to be out again Reuben Mullins of Mt Verso was here MonrlaySam walked in from Crab OrchardTae day came in early so lie could take Ma7erruu daughter Mrs W J Childressv Mrs Lewis and Miss Ot l17rahere visiting Mrs VR Perkins 3 4 and Miss Laura GreerMrs-Wm Carrol died Tuesday June 3rd after a long illness of cousump lion She leaves a husband and several children to mourn he- rIowsA C Rnch Tennessee an entertainment of Hypnot Slight of handc whitluJ very good at the school house Monday and Tuesday evening There were good crowds out and everyone seemed to enjoy theqlI selves Interested but not con vinced but what it was air shame About forty members of the Iri 9uois Tribe ot Red Mem of Pitts burg visited thisplace Sunday for the purpose of decorating the grave of their deceased brother JohnB Clark HANSIORDcQ Eggs are worth jc this week at Niceleys J W Kirby makes a splendid mill boy For this community Lasalie Doan of near the Pulaski side was over to see his girl Miss Sundayb in home contemplates Strawberries are not so plentiful but Dud McClure says he counted 125 in one patch Saturday E Bullock Sr who is sufierin with cancer on the breast is reported to be in a very serious condition G Nicely had fresh fish Sun kday last some refused to buy on lag5t were A new school house is to be bull at this place Here isa job for some good man who is a carpenter SaturdaylJ une There were severel of our girls and boys attended the Decoration of the graves at the old Mt Pleasant church Saturday exercises were all carried out nicely as we all expected as I was along with the boys In the issue of May 23 from Liv iugston was a mistake Green KIrby has no wife just wants o and he is not the only one Wa Graves is watching on every corns says he cant finish his crop without a cook depunts constable and town martial who went through the civil warand was noted for his swiftness on foot let Jas P Barns get away last Mot tldle WARD fC W Mason was here Friday James Norton pealed 125 cords of taubark this Spring wPeople are up with their work but rain is needed very badly Squire John Hibbard has been sick but is better we are glad to say Albert Teague will probably agaihen J Lewis Cooper is smiling There is a very nice young lady nearly a week old at his house Mother doing well acciSton river Rubin Fourtner a prominent farmer and good citizen of this section while exhibiting revolves r one Nathan Burdiiie for the purpose of swopping guns acci dentally discharged the weapon a 38 caliber and the bullet entered the face of Burdine one and a half inches below the right eye and ranged down into his neck inflict ing a very dangerous wound VIRULENT CANCER CURED Startling proof of a wonderful Ygbeth W Va An old man there had long suffered with what good doctors pronounced incurable can cef They believed his case hope less till he used Electric Bitters Salveawhich treatment completely cured him When Electric Bitters are used to expel billions kidney and timetskinnsores vanish drugsexploitingr l on alawithIoutprej11di Yc Jt4 r r3 tand Q Stock and Crop It Is sajd that Morris Therelkelds wheat will make 30 bushels to the sere He has led the county on wheat ieldfor fifteen years jNIessrs Basil Mitchell and J G Mallon tell us that the average yield in the county this year will not exceed 5 bushels to the acre Harrodsburg Herald Last Saturday W T Phelps sold to Greene Turtey for delivery last fifteen days in beadbof fat cattle THe cat he will weigh about 1450 pounds and brought 6 50 percwt It is riredicted that cattle of this kind will bring 7 per wt in this coiittty before Septem berMt Sterling Advocate The changed conditions of stock raising in this country are well illus trated by the dispatch printed be low A few years ago the Texas steer was a hissing and a byword The dispatch says Another new record price for cattle at the Kansas City stock yards was recorded averagingI475 highest price eer paid here Thir ty prime heavy steers averaging ata7 40 which was the highest price reached on this market since 1882 Two car loads of 1100 pound steers sold for 6 So a record breaking price at the stock yards highestt cattle were sbpped from Walnut Grove Texas HOT WEATHER WEAKNESS If you feel listlesa perta effects of summer vfeather These symptoms indicate that a tonic is needed that will create a healthy appetite make digestion perfect impardHerbine will do it is a tonic laxative and restorative H J Free gard Propr Grand View Hotel Cheney Kan writes I have used Herbine for the last 12 years and nothing oil earth can beat it It was recommended to me by Dr Newton Newton Kan 500 Sold by all druggists II On Jelliespreserves and pickles spread a thin coating of PURE REFINED PARAFFINE Will keep them absolutely moisture and Acid proof Pare ltetlned llneIs also m thehouseSold everywhere ISTANDARD OIL CO PostmasterPalmer t of So Glen Falls N YJ des cribes a condition which thous and of with Read fcrd end menI says and note the similarity of your own case Write to him enclosing stampedad drplltc1pntpL L D Palmerope for reply k and get a per sonalcorroboration of what is her given Dr Hesiysregardingf Heart Cure leftbreast t heart trouble heart would palpi tate flatter then skip beats until 1 could no longer lie in bed Jtfc t r tcr night I the floor for to lie d t1would have meant sudden death henrbut it helped me from the first utero r I to Dr Miles Kervine with the Heart Cure snd the effect was ishing 1 earnestly implore astonI to e rcmedies1 trial soldby all ist3Ion guarantee r tik MJ sYodJgI Co takharEnd r c tpXv roio 3 1 ca l Speclal AIL jF MENS BosANoCHILDR1NI SLOTHING Will Last Only Tills will be a chance for you to get late styles aiicl3eri goods at 25 to 50 per cent reduction So whetl iu head dont Jail to visit bur store Mens suits coat vest and p hts 200 to 750 Boys suits coat vest and giant iJ150 Mens odd pants 35 cents tcil 200 I IDO SALCSMAN NOT miss this sale if oil neethftr new suit anything else General Merqfrandiso at the right kind of prices Cherry the Brock head merchant will gladly h pricesJ 1Brodhad Kv SPECIESALES MT VERNON KY WARM WEATHER BARGAINS jolt WARM WEATHER SHOPPERS Ladies or Gents Shoes Latest Styles 100 and up Ladies Summer Hats Nicely Trimmed At prices to suit you Tile Plrce to Get You Furniture A Bargain Call Fresh Groceries Arbuckle Lion Gaffer At io cent lb Extra Niceline Of Jewelry ILongef 3oaChildrens During Jurie KRUEGERSONS EVERY HIECEA WEARS A RELIA BLS IIINfact Iverjthiiig in General Mer hal ising II HOUR FIND o GUARANTEE IIiIIplacetlthepostCHAS C DAVIS The Place to Obtain Fresh drugs =ALSO ii i Kind8IPToilet Articles CIGARSANDTOBACCOPaints 11 r allHoursPhone No 64 t- ust Received From Fact c xHE MAT W 7 y are or in A COMPLETE LINE CFTri r SHIELDS f1 iTS EVERY ONE GUARANTEED EY TtiE MAKER Latest New York Stylet t T Po Jf itiiPl c s J J CH FRITH a t JErodfoeedI Se pi M t Vernon Signa Mt Vziu oN KY JUNg o 1902 l Cell up No q whenyou vonfto Cosncuuni cue rlth SIGNAL JI 79 x = t i LOUISVILLE A NASHVILLE R R cJ ITIME TABLE 24fnorlh 1105 a m z6 north 104 a m Z3 south 200 p n 25 o South u 139a m TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 EIIUIC at the tit Vrrtld Ky Post ollsce us sec i cdcless nail matte- rPERSONALS 0 Thomas Miller was out from Canard If 5V J Sparks was in Louisville MondayHenry Bales is doing consider able roof painting Miss Georgia Miller is visiting relatives in Mt Sterling James Honk Sr is visiting his daughter Mrs Joe Purcell Rev Hartsfield visited his brother iur county this weekIMiss Mary Colyer of Alton Ky isthe bIcal I JMisses Susie Thompson andI Reca Baker went to Berea Wednes dyr Irs G D Cook of Livingston is visiting her parents Judge and Mrs J B Lair F L Thompsonr our excellent newsboy is taking in the Berea c mmencementil J J Lawrence has resumed telegraphing at Corbin Mrs Law renceJias joined him there Misses Rissie Villiams and Alza Thompson visited relatives at Berea and took in Commencement Mrs D N Williams went to Stanford Saturday to spend a month withher son MC Wil liams 1V Mr James ORear after a pleas ant visit to relatives here returned to his home in Mt Sterling Wed ne day Eugene Mullins a member of ouV brass band has been employed to teach the recently organized band at Woodstock Pulaski coun lessonIf you will study your own faults more and other peoples less you will in the end inherit forgiveness Paste a copy of this in your hat and on itforrors about your house and you will not go wrong- S n McClure familiarly known as Old Cull who has been seriously ill is able to be around again accompanied by a walking stickII Ifa person had the blues and was thinking of committing suicide or soine rash act could hear Culls hearty good humored laugh he would change his notion and wish to1 live njMr Bowman who purchased and moved to the Joe Joplin place isa valuable citizen to any com munity He is a worker and be sides his hearty handshake and genial humor is sufficient to drive the blues from any crowd with Which he may be mingling There lsroom here for more like him Let em come f Mr F D Hart proprietcr of Cumberland Hotel Middlesbor ough was here yesterday looking over the ginsenggardens of S C Franklin with a view to negotiat ing for several thousand plants and seeds for a nursery that he contemplates establishing in his home town Ernest Ewers who is taking courseE in a Louisville business col lege is making fast progress Hi teachers say lie is a remarkable student having accomplished three weeks work within the space of seven days being the best record of any student thathas attended 4tnatnstl tution t t f J Ll IF L Thompson isin Louisville C Williams went to Williams burg yesterday James Dolan and daughter IIrstHliey of Pine Hill spett- Sunday wItH hfrr daughter Mrs Richard Welsh Mrs JR Cass stopped her Monday on her return froma nisi- to her sister MrsHel1ry Tharp z East BeYustadt Miss Minnie Mitchell having closed her sehool last Friday left Tuesday for her home at Limestone Tenn She will probably return this fall Conn Bro f rJIf L Thompson Jr J J Ping Burdette Houk James Dnvanlt and Supt G M Ballard attencedthe Berea com mencementUncle rt Fh carries the most elaborately carved talkin sick wehave seen for many a day Itcost 12 in tie City f Mexico and its a beaut Dr M L Myers our splendid dentist is an all around man HeI is an expert machinist which trade he learned in a number of years experience in machine shops in Covington He can make first class photographs and does Consid erable work in tHat line between his busy moments The Doctor is a citizen of whom Mt Vernon is proud to have remain in her midst George Fredericks has placed in the old public well at corner Main and Church streets court hoUse and is keeping it on the go s6 workmen can move mud and sand from the well This old watering place has been closed and out of use for past 25 or 30 years The County Court is having this mush needed work done which will pro a great conven to the public gtinefally t LOCALS o Court adjourned Wednesday af teruoou The grand jury returned 27 indictments are rushed vith orders Our three limecomnies are doing a good business Several from this place took rla Sundays excursion to Cincinnati This division of the L N is doing the biggest business in its history FOR Ri NTA dweling on South side plain street Avery desirable place Call at tHis office Beasley arid Hayes Stanford Ky is the place to buy y JrhewI carpets api i rf The post office at Barboiif ville was robbed MoiVday night of about 900 in money and stamps There was a hung jury itf the Wyatt Allen case charged with the murder of Squire James Gatliff SMAILOX John C Mullins has smallpox at his home near Withers Those exposed have been isolated and there is not much danger of dt spread of the disease Rugs Carpets Matting and every thing found in a first class furniture store Iso a full line of UndertakersgQOdS BEASLfiY HAZES apr ii tf Stanf rdKyj The t vice a month excursions I b tlie L t N are itito extreme ly low rate gives an oppartunity to the masses to see the sights of a large city steamboats electric cars the Zoo garden and hundreds o things they Hiay Have read of but never seen To see the s across the bhiois alone bridget more than the small fire charged for passageIOur local telephone people have given and are r giving accommoda tions to its subscribers beyond that given by any company any where the static flier are found knock 11in and kickers 4 who It IS believed be satisfied with free service arid a gold piece thrown in the first of every month It takes some com to run any business an aU shout t understand that tne Jl4Jfun there is ihiltc The roofs of th court house a residences of Drs Myers Williams and Lovell are shining up under a new coat of paint F H Hardy the lime man Wtiite Rock just East of town is running his kilns on fulk time and oflte Co is at work on their Stanford plantand will put in one of tb finest outfits than money can pr cure CELEBRATION Woodstock Lodg F A M No 639 will celebrat St Johns day June 24 A special programme is being arranged arid a general good time is expected Henry Brumett was given one year in the pen for cutting W H turngCarmical it was reduced to a ioo fine Whiteheads planing and sa mills have been busy since the rains furnished water A pipe line will shortly be laid from the mill to the Adams spring after which the ma chinery can be run any day in tbet yearCONvENTIONThere will be a Sunday school convention at Flat Lick Pulaski county fourth Sunday in July The Eden and Pleasant a Run Sunday schools will he entertained by the Flat Lick Sunday school The greatest one man show that has visited our place fora long time exhibited Here Friday and Saturday nights ProfClark was the name given by the shoeman He gave the worth of the price ofr admission to his performances There are some respectable side walks in our place while there are others that are a disgrace and tofi walk over them after dark is a dangerous undertaking Unbroken niggerhead rooks would be an improvement over some of the so cooed pavementsQIRobt Ping has returned from a nine months tour with Sparks It shows lately returned to Indiana after making the rounds of the southern states including Florida Texas Two colored boys frOm this place George Hiatt andM Joe Joplin also made the triIABut few 17 year locusts have raised their voices in this locarty up to this date They have been yelling in Louisville and some other parts of the State for fifteen 1 days They will have to get a on themselves if they expect to take advantage of the forty day to limit placed upon their visit as Miss Bessie Poynter is a natural artist She has never taken a drawing lesson yet he takes up a pencil and depicfe pjctures of persons animals builds landscapes etc with remark le fidelity A sketch she make of JudJe Morrow and his jury before him during the past week was a plendid produc ion This little artist will be heard from Our undertaker Willis Griffin whom everyone knows to be on of our best citizens NdeserveX credit for his enterprise im ing th investment several months ago in a fine hearse wheX hV knew i would take Years toXcret the gttens as are benefit to any community in whi t they live arrivefd here Tuesday patiPeru South America to visit his friend Bert Whitehead with whom he had mush experience in eluding many dangerous adven tures in the far South in the min fug and railroad business Mr B will remain but a few days before starting on his return trip The friendship between these gentlemen periodwwhen they underwent many hard ships together in the pioneer days of railroad building in the South ern hemisphere Their experience lifwritten would filla large volume an ll rpvje quite interesting to al readers especially those of Rock rfastir tt is dnilMiss Purl Coffey were married last Wednesday The Rev J W Masters deliver Ited a very interesting lecture at the Christian church last night Johnny Green the footless someILAUNDRY The basket for thee Lebanon Steam Laundry will be inothe futureCOSSIE SUTTON Agt Rev Jeremiah Singleton and Mrs Margaret Brown were mar ried near Wildie Tuesday after noon Judge Durham officiating The parties had never met before last Sunday Their ages is said to be beyond the sixty mark He is a Baptist Judge Durham of tele phone fame tied the knot A partition has been run through grand jury room walls wainscotted oiledwThe grand jurys headquarters have been moved to the County Judges room The County Judge and County Attorney have moved into newly repaired offices andare fixed up snugly for dispensing Justice Bill O Buford accidentally shot and fatally wounded Elijah Morris sixteenyearold son of Robert Morris near Orlando Tuesday morning The boy lingered until Wednesday morning From in formation we can gather it seems that Buford was snapping a pistol under the impression it was not loaded The boy returning from work in field happened to come Iii of the pistol when it fired J J Baker was here Wednesday and says he will push a movement for establishing a telephone line down East Fork of Skaggs Creek Mt Vernon This enterprise was talked of some months ago and sufficient funds subscribed to build the line as far down as the Richard Southard place While all were to have the line built it was left to others to carry itotif requires some one to take tHe matter up In abusinessrway whfen ample capital and supplies will be forthcoming Two ncw phones were placed onday W R McClure 782 sand Pen i1igton 523 Poles of ample lengtH are on grounds for rebuilding Mt Vernon exchange and stringing many mote wires and our town will have 50 phones by Aug st Livingston will have as many Brodhead a dozen or more More wires will be strung from this place Brodhead and Livingston as well from Lancaster to Livingston The system1 is being improved and added to as fast as possible and RockcSstle is going to have as fine telephone facilities as are found anywhere and at very low rates There has never been a paper published that amounted to any thing that didtit apparently at times step on the toes of some one If it didnt it would be a soft potato and in the long run wouldnt amount to a hill of beans While theeefriendship of all it proposes to go justely and should any error or mistake ertplained or corrected We will give the news Ifiwoifies 561m petfple should understand that it is prejubdice at all but for information to the public which it is entitled to One of the model boarding houses in this place is that at the residence of Abel Penniugton near Baptist church Mrs PennIngton has charge of looking after comforts of the house from the fact that Mr Pennington is chief clerk in 13G Bakers big store leaves the man agement of house affairs in the hands of his wife who is one of our best business women and has the kuact of making her guests feel at home and furnishing any abund once of good things on the table duringtCircuit Court A telephojge in the house aids much to the convent ience a n dacco rainadation lo guests ay i- e i i c Dont Rushnn d = j etter Ftow I Than fiver IISell at Greatly Rb duced Prices Note the Reductions Regular Price 1 35 to i Q 90 cents and tap tf IIShoeGoods and give prices and you can this SHOE BARGAIN Sale Solicited C H FRITHBrodhead r Shoe Brands RADE FERTILIZER a K Grade No2 1 per hundred Grower 1 20 per hundred t 5 and an roved ge pItJ blQn 1902 will be aces ld b J F WAI Brodbe OF MTf YJN VERNON KY OPENED 1900 t 3 L d I 100 JAS T ADAMS Vlctr P t la 8Hl1t A B FURNISH Asa Cox McKenzie Geo Iivesay A TJ fie Vincent Borein J KHoufc of firms and individuals Carernj attJ r willstock to Us i patrons are invited to call when in town to MCKENZIE G0 TO VERNON KY Everything in Merchandise Boots and 8hoJaJii Gen AT OWENS LOWEST PRICES DBRX A KKR Robes EtaT rders by Mail Telegraph or Tel hene Promptly Jilled f I KENTU KY GRIFFIN Undertker i and FUNERAL DIRECTOR Mt Vernon Ky FINE HEARSE Attaebed cn furnish = Metalic Casket rand Late Embalming done on short notice Come and seems anything lfoe not got tan let 1 ir you tf tilt rain thzatleave tie citys j ORDERS bYYJr Prom ly1jlt d riPh one oo 6 3 t L 2 1 JJPt s I I J r 1 t 471 rr f TheKentiicky quarantine order I f against Indiana was suspended fo- r1ten days t t 4 The Louisville Club won the first game at Indiauapoh Scae 5 yjInOval J R DeWJtt of Princeton broke all intercollegiate records by throwing the sixteenpound ham mer 163 feet and ten inches The graud jury is imestigating the question of responsibility fo the mine disaster at Coal Creek Tenn TTVYrMAR1LEY R B RILEY Prop LONDON KY- JBerHEADOUARTERS for Cpm mercial men Good Sample Room and convenient to Depot Rates 2 oc per day 7 The Veranda 7 Note11rtrTr 3 JOSEPH COFF V PkOPR Stanford Ky traxelingjimen Sample room on first floor s Bath rooms free to guests k RATES 200 per day HoteLit1i i R L CphLocated a- BR 7l n GOOD LI CIIED Meet aU Tra rid Nglt Traveling M ilroad Soldall trains W M Francisco ION MENTAL WORKS Brodliead FTy Granite and Marble Monuments war ii andTombstoness tALL VORKFIRSTC ASS SATISFACXlOl1DrVR PA Pennin ton D D S MD DENTST EIttsN WCr Third and Chestnut SL LOUISVILL IY i Will he at Miller House Y It ernonfif fjtiof ill Circuit Courts I to write for tiur confidential letter before ap- r I for it may ba worth juoner We promptly obtain U 8 and Foreign I PATENTSrnd TRADE ARK8 or return EM TIRE attorney fee Seed model sketch or photo and we send an iREDEATH FR E E report on We give tho best legal service and advice and our charges are moderate Try us SWIFTIPatenfLawyal5ti DC New Fast Train TO CtJUO R A 13 U UTAH ITKEt PACIFIC COAST In effect Sunday May igtli r The new train will leave St Louis teJpo a hi daily lliejfeyeuln train- to same omts Io fiip tpdady iThrotigli sleeping ca service dbe tween St Louis San t fanclsco and Northwestern points Only line nl- t yExcursion onS le For further information tadc1ress R4 T G Matthews T P A jLoujsyilleKyv t H C TOWNSEND Cenl Pass r J and Tkt AgtSt Louis i Insurance ofl 411I t1kihd Call at the Signal office Mt Tertton h j w j i fc 1 t b TAX QX BABIES ht IC ht weather is a great ilie Ugstht poyerof ttth tniv and feeble they Thc t i tin H few coSesof Via yiOCirMii yeinjifuge the Vil to iv ft vill sthnulate u l tbtrVlitreslOu of their I i tlvtt tiey vsoon islit Jthy Hiul active a5ciIs titr1 gj ta WJr rGraHdI11 J I have used Dyers fiairVjgor for over thirty Yearsi kept my scalp free frqm dandruff and has prevented my from turn ing grayMrs F A Soule Billings Mont There is this peculiar thing about Ayers Hair Vigorit isa hair food j not a dye Your hair does not suddenly turn black look dead and lifeless old colorItButgradUallythe the rich dark color it used to have The hairstops falling too 5100 a bottle All druggist- sIf your druggist cannot supply you send us one o ar and wa will you a bottle Be sure aud tho name of your nearest office Address JJk AYER CO Lowell Mass 1 PINTER FOR INVENTORS 0 I f yon wish your patent business pi opcrly aid promptly dbiie send it tu SVIlT S CO PATENT LAWYERS opposite U S Patent Officer Washington D C They have no dissatisfied clients Write them for their confidential letter a postal yard will biing it and it may be worth money to you See their advertisement elsewhere in lilt paper MT VERNON DIRECTORY COtIRT CALENDAR n 111a1YQuAR r xL Fll st Ion = day hi January Apnl1 JTulyvandf October IftS111 i3RTSecdntl fon day in nWrY ourth Monday in iViin y and Third Mdudaj7 in September MT VKRNON TOIIQK Coiner Third Monday in each mouth vt t1s = CHURCHES Services tt tits Christian Cliurcli =Preach ing list k rl uJllKlfSat 11 a and a- t7Sppwt Sunda 3 cliool 930 it in everySiintlay Prayer jleeting EveryThursttyr30pa n Tljt jiublic are eorclially invited to atte ndili alt services DAVID irVPvtSFlELp Tatitor Proibyleriun llolda services on t 4th aunday Horning and evening Methodist will Jiold services at the fir bytei inn church oil the 2nd Surtday niorniog and evening in cneli month BapL t thurchServicesen theThirdJ Saturday night iud Sunday Sunday School at y a m every Sunday Prayer meeting en Tuesday nights V MASONIC Aeliland Lodge Ifo 64lT mecca 4th Mon day 10 Ant cfiJMT VEUNOX JiA CHAPTER No 140 MEETS every FOURTH MONDAY at 2 p m i MACCABEES K OT MlTEKtNo 2lineelti every 1st andSrd MondiiyJat 730 p in JAS E HOUJt Com J J PING It K PROFESSIONAL C C Williams ATTORNEYATtAW MT VERNON RY flThee u to collectionsPhone 80 r M L MYERSi Dentiet MT VERNON i lRSTCliXSS Kvf 4 OFFICE In the Krueger W brick RiI PHONIC No 73 i iJii Miller Souse PROPRHeadquarters r CommerclalMe11 JQ Prter at all trainsa Jrl 2 ti rVj 1 t LOCALS CONCERNING MT VERNON AS IT WILL nYEAR0 The Signal has moved into its handsome new Quarters on corner of Cherty and Poplar streets two streetenew outfit has been added including a perfecting press acces soties linotypes etc Foreman Boward and his excellent assistant Alex Penuitigtou are doing double duty to keep things oing Tbeir large force of well trained employes are kept on the hustle F L Tliompson Jr hassecured a ppsition as conductor on the Central Electric roa trunningfrom Monticello to McKee Jackson conntCBrotheris ahustler Mt Vernon tats as fine educa tional institutions as can be found in the State Bragg Thompson is now general manager of the Great Easte11 Oil Compau with head ukrters in Mt Vernon Their office Is in th Poynter building N Oil 43 Mulberry streetOwing to too much pressure being put on over the pipe line of the Mt Vernon Mutual Cos line from ueigborhoodgave waj near tunnel No i in the edgeof town and but for ekcellent telephone facilities there wot i have been a big loss of oil and probably much destruction of prop erty gild loss of life The Rockcastle O O Co iln three big wells tocome in thi week One near Comvay onp nea r Jep Mtilliiis just beyond Levet Green and another on the Jeff Nichols farm near Cedarville- The Oxford Refining Co has purchased of tr Lovell and Wi H Cocks tfieir ladsrlyag on town branch and are at Work putting in a big plant S C Franklin the rich old1 tu sting nurseryman refuses to sell his grounds at any price Says he don4 have to sell Some think Mr fought sell others say he has a right to doas he pleases with his own property The Oxford Company y wants it for purpose of erecting an immense office building The Crab Orchard aiid London Electric road is doing an immense business Claud Cox is gener manager John Watson Brown at one tI r leading lawyer at this bar ca from Aransas Pass Texas e uesday on his automobile the gLeon came a weosand will look over his vast oil in terest while here broughtJmorning from the Goochland mines Several accidents have accur to electric vehicles on North East side of Town Hill where the turn in pike is very abrupt Suits against the county will probkbly be bro ghtoliJthe d iuithat uthe curvature is vet up to legal specifi cationsbmerlPurdom has been Puin charge of the OverlUndv wifeless telepHone s atioh tfh spoint Luckily nb1ives were iW when thev explosion of nitfoglycrine oc afterInoonseyentyfivetug props in good shape faced about and remarked you didnf touch me Chester Landrum has charge of the big dynamos at the electric light plant One of the telephone subscribers fafseda big rumpus because his call waS not answered by the ex change within 2 I seconds after turning in the call Conn Brown Refuses to take a slow wagon like the Mustang tdpsfrothtakes the fast flyerair ship line rcbnn dropped off here this afternoon front the Metor belonging jtothe company in which consider ofIplace t B l niatrett cook keeper for the ens tlidated Oil Company was over at McKee Sunday A f0 L 1 rj 1 r I 5 tL WAob The National Oil Company lies secured the services of Abel Pen n tdtt Jr as field manager to after leases and other work Sherley Tate and Logan D Taylor have Trice positions on the flew electric title from Richmond to- tM Vernon and Somerset Thereis considerable complain againstfhe oil refineries and storage tank people oil account of the springs and wells around town lie mjjsfronglv impregnated with a oilyfeste Thesepeople claim tha itsnofault of theirs but conies fOl the welllately drilled on a lot Heal Griffins old mill The matter ir being investigated and the troubk will be traced to itss6urce Jerry Frith an old time merchant and lumberman come into town ala rapidgate yesterday afternoon ot a brand new automobile and dis mounted in front of court house Bystanders Called his attention to they fact that his machine was minus one wheel It is thought by mangy machiitEea single wheel or even will no wheels at all The famous Miillins band gave concert last night at opera houe tr a1 crowded but delighted audience Tickets for tonight have all bic7 sold and tliere will not be standing robni left streetdpeople and the L R N over thecrossinjronRichards strte1 has been settled and the lii aIdsMr Arch Furnish for wart bears withthe Bank of Mt Vernou One oft uf solidIutions is ntitt c stfier of thiOi1 National Balk x nbio Elm street this city Dora Bdrtlett a notorious woinr was giveri at life sentence for ki11Li l JAseph Mahalek at Terre Ha- ute1fv m 1 0 iIJi Ft Ffl g B R Persons have been known to gain a fsousssi s day by taking an ounce of SCOTTS EAUJL SIGN It is strange but it often happensSomehowlhe ounce produces the pound it seems to start the Palerly so that the patient is able ordinarym gahidis Ishtnecessary you yekln StOn fmulslonI You will find it just as useful in summer uponed5oc and top all druggists SCOTT DOWNS Chernovs N w York TOPS PAIN 411101Dvermenses they vcrs very irregular hind Isuffered with great pain in my hips terribebearing beantaliigWtuo monthlyin years KAKKIE DATJS What is life worth to a woman suffer ing like Nannie Dayis suffered Yet there are women in thousands of homes today who are bearing those terrible menstrual pains in silence If you are one of these we want to say that this iiNEOfARDUII will bring you permanent relief Con sole yourself with the knowledge that 1000000 women have been completely cured by Wine of Cardui These wom en suffered from leucorrhoea irregular menses headache backache anti bearing down pains Wine of Cardui will step all these aches and pains efIior adriM MSlltwatnre addrew gMag ump artmentIonn r t t qr 5 4 hl Iu U u fn tpu7 rrrL UwSYh ea lasGa fL l 1- t4 1 rrllyitr it yv l 1 1 ralat19 i2 tJ4 r1J t tr Jt dOn i t J sr ib i 1 v aQ y J 3 11J 0 tle ttteis l aIrt crib ttti Lii lfi th4oJo iivti t t L uw t tariot lttit hct tfat- alattluJil i IS IIUtwn itilt 1J f Jl11 1 t a a rU i t i it1 r i t fi erInterIb trouble worles permanent cure FIFTY CENTS PER nOTTL At ChasC Davis rugst r fJI e Louisville Hendersurt andStLouis Raft1Y Y I orneseekers Excursion AT LOW RATES1 LL TO THE t I W EST = 4 fiT 1 eke fi 5 G n Sa ie Itr s i a sv ci uh T d TueGdsvys in MARCH APRIL and MAY S9tf2 1- t Also Low Colonist One Way Rates toth1 Northwest and California Points xvgxv v For Further Information Address GARRETTMri Trav Pass Agent L J LOUISVILLE JeT yr J tf Itf l Io + IIotoIoM T k ter ri iwltHM bdnYrbtle llait 1 t tWHY tCoarseI Mssey Business College t LOUISVILLE KY 1 1 It is the leading Commercial School in Kentucky 2 Its courses of study are thorough and systematic r 3 A written contract backed by a special deposit eliaooee w tna- t to place our graduates in positions paying Rot less than a fsoo er or month immediately upon graduation 4 We pay students railroad fare to Louisville t 5 We refund upon graduation every cent of tuition paid tows iXtbf CA a 0 TER4L LAN N IAN Areb streach by theCo ton eli ich liner- runs two trains daY Pro M mph to Texas + witho MNf1lnnec o F for alparts of Texas aho and lpdianTerritory XA i jNOpTaCOw OATESVILLE1 sNANactoWFKIH If you want to tin d a c6od borne M04DlONtin Texas where bijf crops are avuTO raised and where people prosper write for a copy andsome booklets Homey in tBe South- West and Through aswltb- a Camera Sent freeCAo any tllfGbllATItflsconditionE UBEAUMB 6 P tT L ST IMtt t FILTHY TEMPLES IN INDIANA Sacred cows often defile Indian temples but worse yet is a body thats poluted by constipation Dont permit it Cleanse your sys tem with Dr Kings New Life Pill andavoid untold misery They give lively livers sctive bowels good digestion fine appetite Only 25C at all druggists Dr Jones a Louisville electrical inventor has made a successful test of telephoning from a moving train bceu1made IIaen 51Rk- SOk51 JtDUKE The fine short horn bull will make the reason of 1902 at my place If miles from Mt Vernon at i jun 63t DAVID HYSIKGER S D Hy singer bought oHV G a fine short horn bull for 30 Churchill Downs has been select ed as the place for holding the first Kentucky State Fair Mrs Rose Fieginow asphyxiated her six fearold daughter and then committed suicide by taking car boric add