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I 1 L7i1i1I v 2 t f I 1TVOLUMENUMBER 41 TELL MY FRIENDS TO BE BRAVE AND FEARLESS AND LOYAL TO THE GREAT COMMON PEOPLE T L- AK S BIG Clearance SALE I I ALL CALICOS BEST Ie12 M 5c I MENSu LOTHINQ r L Fine Shirts Beautiful Patterns Twice of our Whole Line 50 THE MOST THE MOST THE MOST STORE IN w CONWAY o Mrs J H cSigman is very sick atHhis writing Samie Johnson has moved from Snider to Conway- M H Jordan delivered sonic hogs last week at 630 Sam Mason of Berea was hereI Tuesday receiving John Sigman were here Tuesday on business relaIIti5B A Riddle and Wm Phelps were here from Brindle Ridge Tuesday Thomas Baker M H Jordan and Mat Coffey were in Berea a few days ago on business George Catron of Scaffold Cane delivered a nice bunch of hogs here Tuesday to Sam Mason J H Sigman had a corn crib to upset last Saturday night on his v way and smashed a wheel Mr Harry Woodall and family were out from Whites Station first of the week visiting relatives The heavy wind did a great deal of damage to orchards and shade k trees in this part last Saturday night T J Hayes has been a resident of Conway so long that he cannot tell anything that can be called the truth John Parks Steve Halcome Mr Ball Jno Campbell George Mitchell and Woods Walker were out from Madison county last week and had a fine fox chase Mrs James Hayes of Round stone who had been ill for some time passed away on the mornin of June 25th and was buried at Scaffold Cane on the following v day v Mrs Ponder and her two passed through here from Brus creek Saturday on their way to see Mrs Ponders brother who wasI caught in the tarnado near Wallace ton I DONT FAIL To TRY THIS Whenever an honest trial is given to Electric Bitters for any trouble it is recommended for a permanent cure will surely be effected It never fails to tone the stomach regulate the kidneys and bowels stimulate the liver invigorate the nerves and purify the blood Its a wonderful tonic for Iun positivefly cures Kidney and Liver Troubles Stomach Disorders Nervousness Sleeplessness Rheumatism Neural aand expels Malaria tion guaranteed by all druggists Only 50 cents Brock Railsback bought Satur qdayof Iewis Woodford a lot of good butcher stuff at 4 cents News Ii M ens oOO Suits at 300Mens 750 Suits at 45Odens 10 00 Suits at 650 I uitat 75 CentroIu r n Negligee CENTS SUCCESSFUL RELIABLE POPULAR ROCKCASTLE hogsI Children MATRIMONIAL 0 BOAVERSGOODALI The follow ing account of the of Miss JIIIinterest by the many warm friends of Mrs Bowers hereIIVith a beautifully simpe and impressive ceremony Miss Anna lastInumberIMrs Anna J Goodall She is a charmlaudan enviable one Mr Bowers is a prominent young lawyer of Charlotte His family is an Old and oneI home on Russell daintyflowerof daisies in the reception apart meats In the parlor where the service was said by Rev J W Har dy the decorations were emphasized An improvised altar of palms and of asparagus ferns was brightened with stately stalks of yucca plant The bride and groom entered from the rear and crossed the hall through an aisle of broad white ribbon carried by Misses Cornelia Goodall and Kendrick Hughes who were simply gowned in white mull with insertion and lace Little Miss Sara Stone the grooms niece bore the ring on a silver salver She wore a dainty little frock of organdy and lace Before the entrance of the bridal party Miss Caslista Baily slngcO Fair Sweet and Holy Mrs Overton Fulton- at the piana played her accompaniment and the wedding marches The bride and groom stood for the saying of the service beneath a Ingruffled deeply on the skirts and having a bodice of tulle in puffs with narrow ribbon insertion the Shensunhand her veil was thrown back and caught with a single bride rose In her arms she tarried a boqaet of white carnations After the ceremony reception ices were served to the guests in the diuingroom in which sweet peas were employed for decoration On the renaissance lace cloth a graceful basket of sweet peas with a shepherd crook handle rested The silver candelabra held tapers shaded in green and white A beautiful handpainted register the artistic work of Miss Martha James was kept by Misses Jennie JamesnFrappe was served by bliss Frances Stark of Kentucky In receiving her guests Mrs Goodall was assisted by her daughl ers Misses Blanche and Jessie MisscBowers Miss Alberta Fite Miss Calista Bailey Mrs Overton Ful ton Miss Martha James Miss Jen nie B Nichol Mrs Green Benton and Miss Mattie Williams of Ken tucky After congratulations Mr and Mrs Bowers left for a stay at Ash PERCALLESAND worth 10 to 15c now AT712 CTS GOOD YARDWIDE I DOMESTICSAT MENS HATSat only 350 35c 5oc 75C 1 BARGAI NS BARGAINS LU =a f wills N C The brides going away gown was of black tailored whitik e and white straw hat On the return from their honeymoon Mr and Mrs Bowers will DC at home in West Tennessee ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT- Rand McNally Co Plfs vs Tern order G lL Ballard j DefdtI Plaintiff having presented a no tice duly executed on defendant and made their motion in accordance therewith for a temporary or der according to the terms of said notice and the Court having heard saidmotion at the Court House in Somerset Kentucky this June 25 1902 it is now ordered that defendant G vL Ballard be and is hereby enjoined and restra his individual capacity and erintendent of Common for Rockcastle County Kentucky from in anyway interfering until e the further order of this Court with t the adoption of School books alleged in the petition herein to been made August 24 1901 haveI far as the same will affect the purlchase of new text books by the patrons and pupils of the Common Schools of said County and is hereby directed to establish and maintain said adoption with respect to books embraced in said adoption and published by Plaintiff that are hereafter purchased or acquired b said patrons and pupils for use in said schools but this order shall not be construed to require said patrons and pupils until the further order of this Court to purchase or new books for use in said schoolsIgoing motion and order I T Z MORROW Judge Rockcastle Circuit Court June 25 1902 CURES WHEN DOCTORS FAIL Mrs Frank Chiasson Patterson La writes June 8th 1901 I had malaria fever in very bad form was under treatment by doctors but as soon as I stopped taking their medicine the fever would return I used a sample bottle of Herbine found it helped me Then ought two bottles which completely cured me I feel grateful to you fo furnishing such a splendid medi cine and can honestly recommend it to those suffering from malaria as it will surely cure them Her bine socbottler Sold by all drug gists NEED MORE HELP Often the overtaxed organs of digestion cry out for help by Dyspepsia s pains Nausea Dizziness Headaches liver complaints bowel disorders Such troubles call for prompt useof Dr Kings New Life Pills They are gentle thorough and guaranteed to cure 25c at al druggists drug storeI resoluIlmitted a statement from Wood who acknowledges spent 15626 to boost Cuban re jciprbcity r tL i1 J ShoesMens 2 00 Shoes at 140 Mens loO Shoes at 1 LADlES KID- GLOVES SpecialiPrice 75 cents j1t moneyjiore nedinl rhone No 82 ROCKCASTLE COURT CIRCUIT PJaintiffsfGinn tSr Co vs Tem order G 11 Ballard Defendant Plaintiffs having presented tice duly executed on defen nojo and made their motion in ance therewith for a temporary der according to the terms of sai notice and the Court having heard said motion at the Court house in Somerset Kentucky it is now ordered that defendant G M Ballard be and is hereby enjoinedand restrained in Isis individual capacity and as Superintendent of Common Schools for Rockcastle County Kentucky from in any way interfering until the further order this Court with the adoption o school books alleged in the petition herein to have been made August 24 1901 in so far as the same will affect the purchase of new books by the patrons and pu pils of the Common Schools ofsaid county and is hereby directed to adopionbraced in said adoption and pub hereIuse Schools but tfcis order shall not be construed to require said patrons and pupils until the further orders of this Court to purchase or acquire new books for use in said Schools attorneyIT IRockcastleJune 25 1902 HANSFORD 0 The moles are catching Dud Me Clures chickens Hog buyers are too numerous to mention two to every hog Gardens have resumed a hardy rainsiThe most convenient wagon to gather corn off of a hillside is a onelegged wheelbarrow Goto Lincoln county in abou- ten or fifteen years from this time if you want to get fruit JW Kir by having gone there to sell th trees GeorgrDeatherage is a workingman and a friend to the birds The wren with a nest of three was found in his vest pocket 1Proceedini of Squire Kibleys court Sat ifi1 f June 2819b2- Whiteacre vs Whiteacre tried by jury defeddant acquitted The Commonwealth vs Rener aad Nichols tried by jury Renei ac quitted Nichols fined 20 and the costThe Commonwealth vs Nor ton whereby the presiding court WlM arlor duly sworn to try the case The defendant Norton arraigned in two different cases acquitted in one fined Soc aud the cost in Commouge were the principal witnesses a a 1 Mens Shoes worth 3 and3x1 our sale price 225 Ladies Misses OUT AKE NOTICE QUAIL o Vincent Poynter is not any bet ter at this writing W G Proctor was in Brodhead Friday on business tD R Gentry sold his farm to 500dMary Catharine Gentry has been very sick but is now improving Charlie Proctor and Squire Cum ruins Were in Mt Vernon Saturday AIr and Mrs John Craig visited S H Martin Saturday and Sunday Johnfson county a 450 W H Brown and Josh Wilson are in the country taking up lambs H G Sutton and family visited SaturdayIRev D R Gentry preached a- very interesting sermon at Providence Sunday Mrs Mahalie Carson of Livingston is visiting her daughter Mrs Mack Brown near here G A Morgan is taking up lambs in this country at 4cts He will ship them to Jack and James Sutton bought of George Sutton and A J Thompson the Green Sutton farm for 130000 Mrs Elizrbeth Parsons left for Livingston Saturday to visit her daughters Mrs John Walton Mrs Geo Doss and Miss Anna Parsons Finis Calvert Farr who was pri vate secretary to Gov Thomas T Crittenden has given out an authentic account of the killing of Jesse Tames which we publish below and which serb es to clear throwtnew light on his assassination It has been frequently stated said Crittendene ofiJesse thies statement The Governor had no authority to incorporate any such terms in an offer of reward He offered 10000 for Jesse James and a like sum for his conviction of in the Winston robbery on the Rock Island railroad and the murder o the conductor and a passenger cBob Ford killed Jesse James through terror of being killed himself I He told Gov Crittenden so and we never had cause to suspect the truth of his assertion He was hiding iii his house waiting for James when his guilty fear born of the treacherous act he was about to commit persuaded him that the only safe course was to kill his I man firstand lake thin afterwards t t I Ladies SleeveN less Vests at 4CTSa Garment and Hats CLOSING PRICES 50C 75C TO 100 Cincinnatimarket apprehension participation THE Prices on all the Hundreds of r articles in our store ARE GREATLY REDUCED Land Stock and Crop 01 Baylor sold to Weil 93 ex R Tkidr ck hoge at6Icts ford sold 85 hogs w s to J W Bales at Oliver bought Saturday of H Meyers of North Middle town a 4yearold mule for 125 The mule is rt hands high a re- t r markable sire for so young an ani mal and weighs 1500 pounds in thin order When in prime con dition it will easily reach 1700 pounds It may not be generally known that skimmilk or buttermilk readi ly mix with kerosene forming an emulsion which destroys insects without the danger of injury to animalor plants on which they might be that might result front t the use of the pure oil or of oil and water Use a gill of oil to a gallon ofmilk A number of hog raisers have re ported this spring that they have lost a number ofyoung pigs through the cannibalistic tendencies of the r mother sow When the sow eats her young it is her method of notifying her owner that she has been neglected The sow that has an abundance of green food and clean drinking water will rarely ever tat her youugFarmers Home Journal J L Brown sold to Sim Well a P iniAugust and which willweigh 1350 to 1400 pounds at 634c Messrs Cotton Bealmer of Net sou county sold to Chas Burnsj for a Chicago firm 134 head of cattle averaging 1196 pound at farmI70iwoolI a ThisIpro tected from dogsTDanville News o SPRING AIIMEHTS There is an aching and tired led ing the liver bowels and kidneys become sluggish and inactive the digestion impaired with little or no appetite no ambition for anything and a feeling that the whole body Thefhas been an accumulation of waste matter in the system Herbine will remove it secure to the secretions a right exit and by its tonic effect fully restore the wasted tissues and give strength in place ofweakness Sold by all druggists Backed by the United States China refuses to pay late July inistalluientof the indeinnity except vailuigIt ti f l MtVernon Signal FRIDAY JULY 4 1902 Published every Friday by EDGARS ALBRIGHT I SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on application DEMOCRATIC TICKET o FOR CONGRESS HON GEORGE G GILBERT OF SHELBY H II IIENN1NQER Of Wayne county is a candidate for State Treasurer subject to the action of the Democratic party fr f SCRAPS0 BY JET Rockcastle will be one hundred years old in 1909 Old Virginia Twist put up by S S Martin is having a big run Dont indulge in luxuries if therew tisJ a mortgage on the house you call our own YrElectric mortors are now exten sively used for runniu gma orchines They cost all JoshAbners th1 ad er here at the Corn at haint all he acts on ds- r The yyear locust ue here this year or got ed They were in Louisvill the States to trie north If June could have had a few rr more days that two weeks rain i j Buck Varnor had hearn tell of would have been duplicated Roosevelt and Hanna are said to Ii begetting closer together but l themselvesThe good thing about women is i twat they can do so many things without knowing how while th men of the family knows how but cant When you come across a person who appears to be posted in every thing you may be certain that he j or she doesnt know much of any M thingFranklinthe jeweler Mt Ver Zion has secured a prehistoric grindstone shaped something after the order of a battleax See tit with other Indian relics at his rit shopMartin fs Van Buren was the onlyI z man who held the offices of Vice President President Minister to and Governor of his own EState and member of both hou oi Congress Men who refuse to abide by the verdict of the people at the polls are traitors to Amercau institutions if matters not what they call themselvesrfouisvtlle Post Re member 1876 sTo Inquirer Thle practical bi cycle was invented in Paris during t 1860 though as early asti8i5 tney had a rough model of ucma chines which was propelled by trolley along the gipund white astride it The Barbourville New ih ad vertising old papers for sale lias two prices 20 and 26 cents per hundred Probably the latter price is for oilsoaked i periodicals and the lower price is far the dry arti cle or dusters Candidate Parker jjf the nth who threw a glass jflt the head of Chairman Cooper at Somerset grabbed the pitcher for the same purpose when bystanders stopped him would probably have jerked Qfftbe stove topnext had the dita ficulty continued a No suffragist believes that the ttilleniutQ will came as son as wo men ofa enfranchised but when ever justice Is done good will fol 4 101rtidt is has been the casein y Colorado and wherever women are allowed to exercise the right of ry lfg VSfpment x tft t t iy c r 7 Tyr ++atta IThe first house ever built by men was erected iu Knox county four miles south of where Bafbourville now stands Dr Walker was with the men who did the building The doctor was an ancestor of the Walkers of Madi sou and Garrard counties At Wopdorbus in Norway the day lasts from the twentyfirst of May to the second of July the sun not geU nghelow the horizon for the whole time but skimming along very close to it in the north At Spitzbergen the longest day lasts three months and ahalf LigeYew bet lie does Now last week ter my certain knowledge he answered two advertise ments of matrimonial bureaus sent for three packages of love powder au a book on hypnotism an he also sent a dollar ter a feller in New York for seventeen ways ter git rich in three months It is to be hoped that the family fight inaugurated by the Congres sional candidates of the Eleventh district will not reach that stage where they will suffer the same re suIt as that said to have occurred in Kilkening cat fights long ago re sulting in the loss of their caudal appendages Literary men confuse acquaintance with books with inteligence and efficiency It is a serious mis take Books may widen and deep en a mans intelligence if he is originally intelligent butno amount ofreading will of itself make a man intelligent On the contrary ex cessive reading may injure him by weakening his power of thinking The Couriei Journals account of of Attilla Cox having saved the life of Ole Bull when the steam boats America and United State- collided and burned in the Ohio river opposite Warsaw in Dec 1868 reminds us that D G Slaugh ter and his father of Kirksville on Over in Madison cotrnty Lee tea company composed of John C Chenault F Brother and a Mr Oppenheiner of Louisville a tract of land near Clays Ferry lying in Fayette and Madison for a period of 25 years for the purpose of bor ing for oiland work will begin soon This is the first lease made for years for this purpose in tha locality W B Hudson was here from Barbourville Monday with no grease or oil on his clothing He claims to have two suits of clothes Says that much of the credit for rapid development of Knox county lis due Mr Sampson who sends th Barbourville News to all parts o ofsnews and showing up themany op portunities for investors and hurt lers who know a good thing when they see it- Rockcastle county is as good au oil field as Knox or any other county in Kentucky and it is be lieved to be bet er It only lacks development Our people who are interested in the local companies should put a little more ginger in theif undertaking and get a few wells down This would start the ball to roiling and the result would be far reaching It would attract promoters capitalists 4 investors etc as it has done In other ljf5f Whatever ihetneritsjriay ein the controverSy Over the sclibol books that the school hjPlrn o Kockcastlejirerio iise It 1sa fact- that the pub islIDk o 1ies1a ve been and are charging feentuckians more andJii miy instances much more than ithey change for the game upplies The last legislature had u opportunity to charge this state ofaffairs but for unaccount ble reasons refused to do so It is pity our State cannot elect men who will legislate in favor of the people and turn a deaf ear to rash lobbyists t A The plugged oil welj at Mul lins Station and Brodbead this county no doubtr tlemoustrated to fy the prospectors that oil was there they sere loo iirg f rattd are i+ TSf simply playing a waiting game which the backers presumed to be one of the rich oil companies of America that knows all the ins and outs of manipulating oil ter ritory to their own advantage It is known they are keeping up leases and what else they are doing too wards securing control of surrounding territory through other per sons names is beyond our knowl edge but sve know this much ther is a large sized hen on A little boy was requested to write an essay the other day and The Newspaper washis subject Here is the result IeI dont know how newspapers come to be in the world I don think God does either He hasnt got anything to say bout them and the Editor haint in the Bible I think the Editor is one of the missing links you hear about and stayed in the brush until after the flood then stepped out aud wrote it upand has been here ever since I dont think he ever dies I never saw a dead one and never heard of one gettin licked Our paper is a mighty poor un The Editor goes without underclothes all winter dont wear no sox and paw haint paid his subscription in five years Exchange BANK STATEMENT 0 Statement showing the financial condition of The Bank of Mt Ver non at the dose of business June 30 1902 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts 4071038 Overdrafts secured 31171 Due from National Banks 68540 Mortgages 796568 Other Stocks and Bonds 26000 o822Currency 5 I83s41 745 Current Expenses Last Quarter 50125 60148 JrI0373 Total 5343843 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in d in cash 15000 Surplus Fund 200 5IDeposits subject to check on which interest is not paid 342i55S Bills rediscounted 1700 Total 5343843 SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of indebt edness of any stockholder or thetliability of the company or firm the liability of the individual members thereof directly or indi rectly if such indebted ness exceeds 20 per cent of capital stock actually paid in and actual amount of surplus of the Nofin above item i secured See Sec 583 Kentucky Statutes No Highest amount of indebt edness of any director or officer if amount of such indebtedness exceed 10 per cent of paidup capi tal stock of bank See Sec 583 Kentucky Stat utes u JNp How is same secured No Does amount of indebted ness of any person corn pany or firm Including in the liability of the com pany or firm the liability of the individual mem bers thereof exceed 30 percent of paidup capi tal and actual surplus No If so state amount of such indebtedness No dividendfu 7650 Were all expenses losses interest and taxes deducted therefrom before de claring dividend and jyas jloffor the period covered by the dividend carried to the surplus fund before Jsaid dividend was declare e See Sec 596 Ken tfcckyj5tatutes Yes i TotalH v534383 STATE OF KENTUCKY K7 County of Rpckcaslie j IW L Richards CashierXol The Bank of Mt Vernonra Bank located and doiug business in the town of Mt Vernon in skid county being duly worn i S35 the for go T f 6 1ng J port is in all respects a true statement of the conditiollof said Bank at the on the 30th day ofJune 1902 to the best of his knowledge and belief and further says that the business of said Banl has been transacted at the location named and uqt else reportisficial notice received from the Sec 30thday madeeW L RICHARDS Cashier 1JONAS Directors GEO LIVESAY Subscribed and sworn to before me by W L Richards the 1st day of July 1902 CtLOST STRAYED OR STOLENA bore hog mostly black some white spots about head ears droop at point unmarked will weigh about 80 or 90 pounds Good stock and has been gone about two weeks A liberal reword will be paid for the return of same or any informa tion leading to the recovery JONAS MCKENZIE Mt Vernon Ky TAKEN UP = I have in my posse sion at my home 4 miles west of Brodhead the farm known as the Smith Adams farm a black bore hog with smooth crap off ofeach ear and split in the right will weigh 125 pounds has been at my place about four months Owner can have same by paying all dam ages and for the printing of this notice jun 20 2t GEORGE ALBRIGHT SAVES A WOMANS LIFE To havegiven up would have meant death for Mrs Lois Cragg of Dorcheetei Mass For years she had endured untold misery from a severe lung trouble and obstinate cough Often she writes I could scarcely breathe and sometimes could not speak All doctors and remedies failed til I used Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption and was complete ly cured JJ Sufferers from Coughs Colds Throat and Lung Trouble need this grand remedy for itnever disappoints Cure is guaranteed by all druggists Price 5oc and 100 Trial bottles fret TAKEN UpA sorrel horse with blaze face and white hind foot in good condition Owner can have same by paying all damages and for the printing of this notice W A TYREE Brodhead Ky LOSiNG FLESH In summer can be by taking preventedX Scotts m Its as beneficial in summer as in winter If you are weak or run down it will build you up Send for free sample SCOTT HOWNE Chemists 409415 Pearl Street New York Soc aud aoo all druggists What this Boys Mother Says has been said by the mothers of many other boys and girls regarding the wonderfulcurative and strengthening qualities ofI I Mi1 Dr es I Nervine 11 u NEBOurfor 3 vears and ttc feared the disease wedoctoredbadten spasms in one week Our at tendon was directed to Dr Miles Nerv use and we began its tue Wbe he had taken bottle the spasms disappeared and he has not hadone petfeet solddbybenefit or money refunded ndl t 0 4i f l irt i nrv w anotherlperhaps The Gejrgia Democratic State iGpnveuiipti in session at Atlanta nominated Joeph 11 Terrell for Governor md named candidates for the other State offices VICThe L p A tunnel on the Lake Erie Al rliauce and Wheeling railroadnear Minerva 0 caved iu its enure length burying workmen Joe Herbert the m rdrrrr vKib escaped jail with lull Kdro and tfji is behind the liars Her vas capturedat his homt In JavaNatives do not glaze coffee with a cheap and impure coating They x v have too high a regard for health as + well as for the naturally delicious flavor of their popular berry The r very American roasters who glaze their package coffees do not dare to touch or glaze their high priced Mochas and Javas Why Lion Iadulteratedsealed package Insures uniform quality and freshness v Love vt First will describe your sensations when you receive the garments made for it you by STRAUSS BROSe Americas Leading Tailors Chicago in the tailoring business Their preeminentVIVV position leas been at tained by satisfying their customers never fail to please because they guarantee faction and live up to it Their tailor ing creates an impressiongraceful elegant perfect fitting You will wonder how we can afford to charge the low prices we quote for it Call on us and see our great assortment of trust worthy woolens JrMAIN STREET Mt Vernon Ky TIIE Bjlffi OF MT VERNON i MT VERNON KY Ii OPENED 19001 CAPITAL STOCK IIJ iIPlO C C WILLIAMS PRES JAS T ADAMS VicEPxis W L RICHARDS CASHIER A B FURNISH ASST CASH DIRECTORSJonas McKenzie Geo Livesay A TFih- Fiitz Krueger Rod Perry Vincent Boreing J E Houk We solicit accounts of firms and individuals Careful atten tion is given collections entrusted to us i townI55 4- WARDMAGEESANNUAL A x CLeftIftNCeSftLe Hats Coffee Sight A specialty for the next Fl FTEEN days If you need a nice H AT this is your chance Big line Greco Railroad Paramai Golf and Alpine shapes A NICE CRUSHER again Tlieya- remasters They satis For 48cts 125 HAToS FOR gac All In J proportion Come in and see this nice display of Hats- WARDMAGEE l Galloway building Livingston Kentucky rij II- s CHAS C DAVIS The Place to Obtain Fresh tiDrgFi ALSO r f1ttitMedictnes of all KindS r Perfumery Stationery Toiletv Articleif- i CIGARS AND TOBACCO li Paints and Oilq J V JA I P R ESC J TI0N S careftill CoYi d 1 l aichours day Qr nio- 1hotibo J rLt i 5i 1 r i j j 5 4 I 1dJe rR y t fi 1 lVltTer SigtiX l 11 t ZtaN Ky I Cl 4 1902 Cttll up No 79 whenyou yaat tn Cnmrnuni cote yith SIGNAL Z =0 oItowsrLC 4 N AHV1LLK RR cJ TABLE3 J north uo5 amHt + 26 north 104 a 23 south i rptV ut 25 South 139 a nl TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 EaurtdaCthe Mt ernbu Ky Pcstofficr isc eoQclnss mall mcttcr PERSONALS 0 Jas Houk continues very poorly John D Miller is at home for the fovrth Judge McClure is in very poor health ljMissives here Charley Bellwruni is with home folks this week J J McCall has been very sick for several days H Burdette Houk is at home to spend the Fourth Frank Thompson was here ye terday buying stock Gen D R Collier spent fontday and Tuesday here R B Mullins is in Xnoxv leIngetting his new samples Mr Monroe Frazier of Louis ville is visiting relatives Master Chester Landrum is visi iug relatives at PittsburgsC C Williams is attending the Bar Association at Lexington John A Mullins one of Livings tons substantial citizens was in town Monday Mrs Ella Franklin and Miss Ann Brounainan were here Ved 25 alDrJCfota jolEmilthe Philippines for the last three years has returned home daSundayas brakeman Monday Dr Elizabeth Jackson visited friends here Wednesday night She in isnow located at Crab Orchard D L Carter foreman Langford quarries was here attending t trial of Millard Farthing yesterday A B Furnish our excellent assistant cashier is spending the F JacountyMr and Mrs Marshall Owens of Maretbiirg are visiting their daughter Mrs Annie Hendrick at P1nevillerBert Whitehead is in receipt of a fine Spanish dictaonary sent him by his South American iriend Senor Bottenus Hon Ed Parker of London was here Monday on legal business He is very hopeful that he will le the next Congressman from the Eleventh district in V7 H Albright of Brodhead says that his son Albert who It been in the Philippines has landed at San Francisco and will beshhome in a few days E A Herrin and J A Proctor are making some fine counters and doing some other firstclass inte rior finishing work in WMaPoynters new store Misses Alice and Rosa Dolan re turned home Monday afterTpleasant visit with friends Bernstatdthot McWhorter and Viva 1Saturdayssplendid likeness of the beauti fulostMiss Cody Jure3r of Pewee Valle3T who is now visiting her Mother Mrs Thos Lasley at Livingston Mrs Emma Fish tells us that sba is now grandma Her son i livesjotJhaf the mother and babe are both l dOJng yellrl i v i c t r F LOGAIS o The public well has been cotn 91orut the wife of Ance Boreing a ne g n baby County Teachers InsYimfe will convene here laext Monday v pFftr Richard Halcomb anti Miss Maud Proctor were married Wednesday Llvlngstonmtoday furnishing music for the Red Men Oue of the twin babies of Mr and Mrs F H Hardy died Wednes day night Marriage license was issued to J T Durham and Miss Belle Vansant ye sterdayoRead the ad of Krueger and Sons and see the many bargains which they offer V E B Miller has moved 50 ba rels of vinegar from Cox Brosi cel for early shipment MUST HANG James Dawson colored of Stanford was given a death sentence for killing his wifet teboundtime and due here now at 1055 in tiJas of Junction City has purchased the stock of goods at place which belonged to the late J S JoplinTthis issue appears the quarterly statement of the Bank of Mt Vernon which shows it to be in a- very flourishing condition hotof Henry Catron and Miss Pearl Mullins a most beautiful attractive and charming young lady both of the Level Green section were married this week The SIGNAL extends hearty congratulations 24fi1902 r ChatcoIgozcomfortably stands gild B ly good time is assured all who end the big Fair at Crab Orchard July 23 24 25 190- eDEADMiss Dollie McClure- ughter of Sam McClure after an ty of only a few months died Saturday of consumption This makes three sisters who haAe gone the same way in little over a year The burrial took place Sunday at the family hurrying ground heNOTICE RRITHsettle their accounts before rst ervare needing oneyaud heEdcannot wait any longer G FRITH S DUNN jun KsrL CTU EProfJohri I Coch will give a lecture at the con house Thursday evening July 10 Admission 10 and iscts His subject will be An Evening of Song and Story He comes highly recommended so let every one turnout and give him a crouded au encenThere will be a lawnfete given the court house yard Tuesday for the purpose of raising funds for asairing some of our sidewalks While we do not think that the ladies ould have to take a matter of this kind in hands yet we want to compliment those who have ma this start and earnestly request every body to come and lend theirc assistance and make it a success Millard Farthing shot and killed organ Burk at Langford Station uesday afternoon also fired one at a younger brother of Burks but only powder burnt lips chin trouble seems to be the salt old gVudge and ftom t reliable euformaHoh Ba had given Fanning umrl 12 o cl osflnTuesday to leaveNe county and if he didnt that he would kill him The defends came la and gave himself uPid was put trader guard Later The examining trial Was held jesterday and the defendant wasacqtmted on e he grounds 0 c L d Jr The annual outing fthe Ken lucky Press Association will take place July 2230 the first two days being spent in business session at Owen horo The different points to be visit are Cincinnati Toledo Put InBay Sandusky Detroit Port Huron St Clair Flats Sarnia Oafand Mt Clemens Mich LIVINGSTON O John Wes Bakerwas in Mt Ver non yesterday Walter Rivers has a position with Ward St Magee VerQonwr crrsfrom Louisville A S Reid of London was in town the last of the week Mrs Kate Dixon of Paris is the guest of Mrs Lawrence Dixon MrsJElla Magee and Mrs Will Wright are visiting at Parksville WaynerInd was here Sunday and Monday Miss Nettie Stallsworth visited homefolks near Pine Hill Sunday rMrturned to their home in Louisville dablissach the school in the Sams dis trictMrs Robert Burns and children left Sunday for their new home at Paris W C Mullins spent a few days this week among the mountains of ennessee Miss Minnie Salyards of Pitts burg is visiting her brother Logan Salyards Col J C Tipton an exile from me was a guest at the Riverside Mansion Monday Miss Bessie Lakes of Lebanon Junction was visiting at A Nco Bentleys this week Miss Alta Owens after a pleasant visit here has returned to her home at Brodhead There will be services at the ristian church Sunday the 6th nducted by Rev Jno Dict9nof London Mrs James Hilton and daughter Miss Ella of Rowland are visit ing Mrs Will HiltontCol D G Colsonrof Bell coon and the Hon Russell Dillion were in Jackson this week W C Mullins and J C jPittsburgMiss Fannie Sparks of Mt Vernon is the guest of Mrs R A Sparksand Miss Mary Doty Messrs Doty and Broddus of will be guests at A N the lat of the weekt Parker of London Col D Colsons opponent in the race for Congress was here this week Mrs Margaret Sambrook and granddaughter Miss Maggie wit rlGweek Dr Sanis was called to Sand Hill Saturday to set the broken arm of George a little son of Will Overbeys diMiss Vinnie Adams of Mt Ver on visited Her father James Adams at the Mull ns Hotel Wednesday reThere was a babhere Saturday between Mt Ve r non and Livingston Livingston won 14 to 7 Isdehere last week visiting her laugh Mrs John Walton Mrs Geo Doss and Miss Anna Parson Misses Ida Sympson Maggie Sam brook and Master Archie Coop er and a number of young folks spent Thursday at Lettered Roc Mr and Mrs John Kelley wer called to Wallaeeton Saturday on ccount ofthe death of two of the I struckherhMrs Harvey Ingalls and litt Billie Mack who have be the guests of Mrs Thomas Lasley at the Riverside Mansion return to Middlesboro Thursday Mr and Mrs Thomas Lasley Mrs Sue Mullins Mrs Harvey Ingalls and Miss Code Jurey Dr at1rjpi1tl n L tf t r HIATT Louis George is able to be out again George Moore went to Stanford Tuesday Mrs Julia Singleton went to Cincinnati Saturday W J Chesnut made a trip to Alt Vernon Saturday Albert Hiatt made a business trip to Wildie Tuesday Cash Hiatt and wife are visiting relatives at Wallaceton Dr Benton and wife of Brod head were here Saturday A C Hiatt went to Copper eek Monday on business J M Cress bought of Per Hiatt a sow and nine pigs for 40 Crops are looking fine since the rain which was badly needed W R Boyd who has been ill for some time is convalescent William Cbasteen of Brush creek was here Monday buying corn Willie Price of near Mt Vernon passed through here last week Mr Wade Brown of Level was in this vicinity Monday Mrs James Woore is visiting her ughter Mrs C C Gibbs at Bee Lick Quite a number of our People attended church at Staversons Grove Sunday Richard Adams who has been working near Paris is with home folks this week KENTUCKYS GREATEST FAIR 0 Beginning at sunup Monday July 14 and closing at the heavenly hour of midnight Saturday July 19 the Richmond Ky Lodge cf Elks will attempt to break all re rds at their Fair The forty acres ofwoodland the magnificent campus of old Central University in the suburbs of Richmond will be the location A splendid race track amphitheatre and band stand have been constructed The mammoth gymnasium will be used as Floral itH ll for the Ladies Department Dressing rooms for ladies in Dormitory Commanding views from College buildings finestIever Some special features are Fraternal Day Ladies Day Governors arLouisvilletA 700 Olds Automobile will be raffled July 19 Premiums for all kinds of stock farm produce and dome ticware Large trotting and pacing purses and stakes handsome premiums on saddle and harness horses etc And many novelties will make this a memorable exhibition It is not a Street Fair hi any sense Admission 25 cents to all D R TEVIS Secretary KENTUCKY FAIR DATES 0d July 1419 orgetown July 2226 r Gynthiaua July 30 Aug 3 v Danville August 68 r L i6 v L wrenceburgAugust 1622 t c August 1921 Maysville August 2023 f Sbelbyvill August zit 29tLondon August 2729JFlorence August 2730 Germantown August 27 36 Bardstown September 26 J Elizabethtown September 9012 Bowling Green September 1013 Glasgow September 1013 Ewing September 1113 Louisville September 22 27 Hartford October 14 Brodhead Aug 20 22 Crab Orchard July 2325 Barbourville Sept 35 Rain and sweat have po effect On 1with Eureka treated 3ar LVKJJ ITOil It re ekeeptbeteatb Dsoft and pli dust 11fi byacerou to chafe h sur r 1barmsi 1 lelooking li- ketnnew but wtrars twicefpa eFiartcss Oil i Sold everywhere j in caiu aKsuc Made standard Oil Ctmpany h J 10 4 r f RutGLR 4i bNScM T VERNON KY THE PLACE TO DRIVE GREAT BARGAINS k HOME OQJ4FORTSIPivlJES SHOES LACES GENTS I 75c to 400 CHILDRENS SHOES 20C to 115 CALICOS worth 5c- SALK Price3Ic PERCALES worth ice- SALE Price S re FLANNELSworth 10CISALE Price 90 J GOOD ioc HOSE BIG Stock at 5c BEST 5oc UNDERWETRat NOTIONS all at Reduced Price LATEST Styles LADIES Trimmed Hats Worth 200 Sale price 150 FINDp Better Now Will ACTUAL NECESSITIES PRICES WITHIN REACH OF Ai UGAR IIATARBUCKLE LION COFFElTiocj FRESH CANNED FRUITS ALL SOt CHINAWARE and Glasswtt THE Very Best SADDLES BRIDLES and HARNESS Saddles 6 to 3 COOKING STOVES and TINWARE FURNITURE ALL SORTS BED ROOM SunCSc ALL These Goods are New Arrivals to be Sold at Low Prices TRY US for Some of These BARGAINS and be Convin l r NICE LADIES IIS31eUS and get low prices in the Big Brick next to the post office near railroad crossing = Of j Dont RushA it Eet A Iandat Men s 125 tor5op NoW at oo cents and up DONTNO Sell Greatly Re duced Prices Note the Reductions Shoes Regular Price Fail to Come While these Shoe fciarscains are offered Goods and give prices and you can this SHOE BARGAIN Sale Your trade is Solicited C H FRITH Brodhead Ky V GO TO vt JONAS MCKENZIEj WIT fEft WON sy ifor Everything DiY Goods CloJ higBoots and Shoes ana General l1IercHancliseY 2 I r i BEST GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES Phone No 83 DANNIEDWENS v F UNDERTAKER Caskets Coffi Mfes Bte jKept itSTelegraphlock or Telephone w a r Promptly filled f BRODHEAD KENTUCKY WILLIS GRIFFINPractical Undertlcer and FUNERAL DIRECTOR L Mt Vernon Kv F Stock CompleteFINE HEARSE Attached Can Metalic Caskets and BaTe Embalming done on short notice T Come and see me anything I have not got cangetfor12ou on fist train that leave the City ip ORDERS by yir Isomptl Filled- F i i kne No 63 2 r i r iFoR THOSE WHO LIVE ON FARMS Dr Bergiii Pana Ills writes SnowLinteutwends as I ain confident there is no better made It is a dandy for burns Those who live on farms are especially liable to many act dental cuts burns and bruises jRhieh heal rapidly when Ballards Ssojr Liniment is applied It Jomld always be kept in the house iJ jfor caseS of emergency 250 soc and 100 Sold by all druggists lt RILEY HOUSE k iOF B RILEY Propo i8 LONDON KY- HEADQUARTERS for Corn nercial meu JGipp4 Sample Room ttd convenient to Depot Rte 2 ooper day The Veranda Hotel JOSEPH COFFEY PROPR Stanford Ky Bjaeciallyequipped for traveling tlgielz Sample roomon first floor nth rooms free to guests SATES 200 per day- st s Hotel Frith L COLLIER Propr ll at th cm ROO Y GOO iJiJff CHED 3ita all Tra d Night ttariel ing Me ilroad v zaen Will furnish Luncj all trains W M Francisco WWMENTAL WORKS Brodbcad Ky Giinite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones 4 ALL WORK FIRSTCLASS SATISFACTION GIVENr TMA Penrnn ton D D S M D DENTSTPN W Cor Third and Chestnut Sts iii LOUISVILLE KY t Will be at Miller House Mt CourtsLMwrly for our onfldentlal letter befbr ap tIorPwmU may be worth menoy- e g1 bta1n U S tad Foreign PATENTS EYIsr w end an FREE report oa paten b1Y We give e service and advice and oar tbargM are moderate Try us SWIFT CO Patent lawyers pp US Pateit OfficeWa8hlsBton DC New Fast TrainI T- OCOLORADOmi f i UTAH PACIFIC COAST fti inv effect Sunday May 19th The new train will leave St Louis r 3 00 a m daily the eveiiing train to same points1oIo p m daily Through sleeping car service be tween St Louis San Francisco and Northwestern points Only line that does a twice daily 7 Excursion tickets now on sale For further information address H T G Matthews T P A Louisville Ky H C TOWNSEND Geul Passtr nftTkt Agt St Louis w rZ allsrj kinds jcteJff ITHE Callat the Signal office Mf Vernon j 1r t k t IF A MAN LIE To You And say some ether salve ointment lotion oil or alleged healer is as good as Bucklens Arnica Salve tat him thirty years of marvelous cures of Piles Burns Boils Corns Felons Ulcers Cuts Scalds Bruises and Skin Eruptions prove its the best and cheapest 25cat all drug gists drug store WORLD WIDE REPUTATION Whites Cream Vermifuge has achieved a world wide reputation as being the best ofall worm destroyers and for its tonic influ ence on weak and unthrifty chil dren as it neutralizes the acidity or sourness of the stomach improves their digestion and assimilation of food strengthens their nervous system and restores them to the healthvigor and elasticity of spirits natural to childhood Sold by all druggistsDarA Hair Vigorforthough I am past eighty years of age yet I have not a gray hair in my headGeo Yellott Towson Md We mean all that rich dark color your hair used to have If its gray now no matter for Ayers Hair Vigor always re stores color to hair Sometimes it makes the hair grow very heavy and long and it stops falling of the hair too SIM a bottle All feYg1st- your druggist cannot supply you send us one dollar and we will express nameofJ C AYER CO Lowell Mats MT VERNON DIRECTORY COURT CALENDAR COUNTY COURT Fourth Monday in each monthQ- UARTERLY COURT Fiist Monday in January April July and OctoberCIRCUIT COURT SecondMon day in February Fourth Monday in May and Third Monday in September MT VERNON POLICE COURT Third Monday in each mouth CHURCHES Services it the Christian Church Preaoh ing let A 3r buudaja at 11 a ra and at 730 p Sunday School 930 a in every Sunday Prayer Meeting Every Thursday 730 pm The public are cordially Invited to attend all service DAVID ARTSFlELD Pastor- PresbyterianHolds services on the 4th Sunday morning and evening Methodist will hold services at the pres byterian church on the 2nd Sunday morning and evening in each monthi Baptist Churck Services fea the Third Saturday nigMaDd Sunday Sunday 3oltoel at 9 a IB every Sunk 1 Prayer Meeting ea Tuesday nights t r MASONIC Ashland Ledge No 640 meets 4th Mon day 10AmMT R A CHAPTER No 140 MEETS every FOURTH MONDAY at 2 pm MACCABEES K OT JJ TEXT No 21 meets eveujrliit and 3rd Monday at 730 p m JAB E IIOUK Cori JJPJNGR K PROFESSIONAL CC Williams ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KY J8rOFFICE On sec floor of The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church streetSpecial attention given to collectionsPhone 80 M L MYERS DentistMT KY FIRSTCLASSWORK OFFICE In the Krueger new bricksPHONE No 73 Miller House HUGH MILLER PROPRIETOR Headquarters for ComnzercieltVTen tPorier Jit all trains i f i ftio r y THE WORK DONE BY CON GRESS With the exception of the Cuban Reciprocity Bill most of the larger subjects of general legislation tinge been enacted as laws or will become such before the session closesI THE CANAL BILL Notable among these larger measures is the Isthmiau Canal Bill which consummates the efforts of a half century to link together the waters of the Atlantic and the Pa cific Aside from its national and international importance this bill probably involves a larger sum of money than that covering any other single undertaking by the Govern ment outside of war expenditures PHILIPPINE GOVERNMENT The Philippine Civil Government Bill is another measure of farreach ing importance extending to our remote Pacific possessions a system of international government together with coinage currency banking corporation timber and homestead laws Among the other important general laws enacted are those repealing the war revenue taxes extending and making more effec tive the Chinese exclusion laws establishing a tariff for goods to and from the Philippines extending the charter of national banks for twenty years establishing a permanent census office restricting the sale of oleomargarine by placing a high tax on imitation butter providing a consular and diplomatic service for Cuba establishing an extensive system by which the Government will aid in the irrigation of the arid sections of the WestR- EDtJCTTON OF TAXATION The repeal of the war revenue taxes reduced taxation 731250000 and is said to be the largest single reduction of taxation ever made in this country By this step the last of the taxes imposed at the begin ning of our war with Spain was wiped out The Philippine tariff act imposes 75 per cent of the Dingley tariff rates on articles coming from the Philippines to the United States and also imposes on articles enter ing the Philippines from the United States the rates of duties established by the Philippine Commission The oleomargarine act results from several years ofagitation It places a tax of ten cents a pound on substances colored to imitate butter 3f IRRIGATION The irrigation act is of special importance to the development of the West It creates an irrigation fund in the Treasury Department into which is to be paid the pro ceeds of the sales of the public in the arid States This fund i t turn is to be used in storing water and establishing irrigation systems the irrigation sections to be open to homesteaders who are to be charg ed a proportionate share of the cost of the improvement The Chinese exclusion law con tinues exclusion until otherwise provided by law and also applies the exclusion to the island terri tory under the jurisdiction of the United States ANTI ANARCHY LEGISLATION GOES OVER Aside from these important laws there are a number ot other meas ures of general importance which have passed one or both ho sesbut have not progressed to the fina- stage These include the anarchist legislation which gre out of the assassination of President McKinley Bills restricting anarchy and throwing safeguards about the President have passed both branches of Congress but it has been possible to reach an agreement i goesbverA- zona bill giving statehood to Ari New Mexico and Oklahoma kflqwii as the Omnibus Statehood thejSenThe Ship Subsidy Bifl secured early attention in the Senate bu the enc or the sessio4 ia1 com withouttiig measure beingurepbrted to the Iolise As itpassed th Senate tHk bill grab graded sub vesseIsjofthe subject go over until the short session when it is expected that reportedtandThe bill creating the Appalachian forest reserve including a vast tract in the Appalachian mountains c tion of the South has received favorable attention in both houses buthas gone over for final adjust tnentof differences until next De cember Another bill passed by fjft x JJtf ni oV 7 vi f i L v I r rthe Senate and likely to become a law hospitaloservice to a National Health Bureau and gives the bureau larger powers and facilities for ccvoperat ing with the State health authorities in quarantine and health affairs The bill to establish a cable between the United States Hawaii and the Philippines was retired by defeat in the House of Representa fives x SENATR HOLDS UP SENATORS BILL Several other measures have ad vanced to a certain stage and have then halted without much prospect for further advancement These include the bill for the election of United States Senators by direct vote of the people It passed the House by practically a unanimous vole but in the Senate has received little attention and is not likely to passThe House passed a bill relating to the immigration laws codifying and amending these laws relating to important changes It has been reported to the Senate but there is not much prospect of its passage at this session The bill defining the meaning ofconspiracy in injunction cases passed the House of Repre sentatives but has not made much progress in the Senate On the other hand the Senate passed an important measure creating a De partment of Commerce to be presided over by a Cabinet officer but it has made no progress in the reportedirQmAnother bill of interest to the commercial world is the purefood measure which was drafted by the Pure Food Congress and after extended hearings was reported from the House Committee on Commerce but not passed x i FINANCIAL MEASURES The Fowler Bill probably was the most important financial meas ure which has been brought before Congress After considerable pub lic discussion and several conferen ces by the members of the House it has gone over for consideration next December Another financial measure known as the Hill Bill providing for the coinage of sub sidiary silver and for the retirement of the present standard silver dollar has passed the House but has not been acted on in the Senate Among other important measures of general legislation not heretofore named which have been finally enacted as laws are the following To prevent the sale of firearms opium and intoxicating liquors to the natives of certain of the Pacific islands to promote the efficiency of the revenue cutter service and itstto Porto Rico on articles imported thenmilitary occupation appropriating 200000 for the relief of the volcano sufferers at Martinique auth orizing the erection of Y M C A buildings on United States military reservations regulating the intro duction ofEnglish game birds for the purpose of prepagation pro viding for the protection ofgame in Alaska particularly the large game such as moose caribou etc ex IfrenchGovernment unveiling in Washington of the statue of Marshal de Rochambeau refunding the amount of legacy tax paid by charitable benevolent and eleemosynary institutions 3r ApPROPRIATIONSl unusualyrrequired to build the isthmian canal When Mr Cannon submitted a generalestimate of appropriations a few weeks ago he made the total 69r445000ncarrying a present appropriation of 40000000 for the franchise and enough more for the rights of Colombia and for beginning the 50eooo o nUdE rtakmg is approximately 184 000000 Mr Cannons estimate also omitted contracts for future expenditure included in the Omni bus public building and various other bills aggregating a large totalefor the quiteeup to the billion dollar appropriation bills have contained little general legislation being con needstof the various ernment The Naval Bill provided armoreddcruisers two two pronvision is still controversy as to whether one of each class of these ships shall be built in Government yards INVESTIGATION There severaLinvestin ti X 4 f t ic M nx ilrft I TJ llwnVt 7 Tltc ylemporrUy hovel but regular action orn 1t lJb eanvvi yniil the secretes enough bite to mooltt xu 1 exacutc their nitrsS nmctit vv rto- ral ivaOngiblion ca j ly car r= L lS continual ana inrretihiu tiuie to 1attain tl i result dr ttI f 14 i r t ladsoa the t t j U liver cures Chill = e f and Fever and every form M ff7 Material Bilious Remitting and Inter J nJttin Ever and by going to the seat of the fi trouble works permanent cure t I1TTY CENTS PER BOTTLI At Chas C Davis Drugstore m I ar ft a Hendasnlend r t omeseekers Excursion AT LOW RATES TO T- HEWEST 1 Tickets on Sc le Frs So n z bird Tuesdays In MARCH APRIL and MAY 1902 v w rLn y Also Low Colonist One Ws y Rates to the NortHwest and California Points x Z For Further Iformu Address O L GARRETT J IRWIN Tra v Psxss Agent Gerxl Pxa Agent LOUISVILLE KY tfP tlnWrlfnhtJ I 6 L L r 5kRAS- OPS WHYI Massey Business College LOUISVILLE KY 2 It is the leading Commercial School in Kentuckj S Its courses of study are thorough and systematic 8 girvntomonth immediately graduation 4 Vfit pay students railroad fare to LOW Tme 5 We refund wpoa graduation every cent e f tuition paid to us if rile pupil is not thr ughly satisft d 4- Wtea fr Iiliisas4 Ctal u s11 Dlaaoos- ta L HO AN IN AN PER Are b streac b he Co on eft ieh line truns o trains day fro M mph to Texas mwit change hese t ai s el er reach 1Nlf N N directior make close nnec o t Q for a1 its of Texas ah 0 n a t and dianTcrritory j tl oOraTawo HREYEiO a uo IILLS 0nOATESYIL wFKlraaworto an aInollfo If you want to tin a od homo M010M In Texas where are aKrutoa raised and where people prosper write for a copy booklets Hociea in the South west and Through Tesaa with a Camera Sent frecAo any who is anxious to bette r hisFFRWYAnTP tlticiNNAll Rill condition v E UBEAUME P E T1 ST WWS S3 tom i whichbhave attracted much attention An investigation of conditions in the Philippines conducted by the Philippine Committee of the Senate has led to the examination of many witnesses high in the conduct of civil and military affairs in the island Another Senate inquiry has related to the condition of affairs in Cuba especially as to Su gar In the house sensational charges made in connection with the purchase of the Danish West Indian islands led to an investigation which disclosed the groundless nature of the charges f You upon and DUKE The fine short horn bull will make the season of 1902 at mypplace i rz miles from Mt Vernon at r jun 6 3t DAVID HYSINGEK S D Hy singer bought of WG a fine short horn bull for 30 X Beasley and Hayes Stanford Ky is the place to buy your new carpets apr ri tf Fox RENT A dwelin gon South side Main street A verj desirable place Gall at this oBce 1 i 3 Z7