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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 ra f L aS s l lJ2f 1 7 h dIIYn I etnt- P T n l IonaJ i7t L fiLUiE xv MT VERNON ROCKOASTIJECaUJSrTY KY FEIIDA JUL X1J902 J B R 42 l U TELL MY FRIENDS TO BE BRA VE AND FEARLESS AND LO YAL TO THjiGEAT COMMQN PEOPLE i rc BAKERS I BIG Clearan eSALE I ALL CALICOS BEST I 72 T o 5c I MEWS uun u u nunn l CLOTHINGMens Fine Negligee Beautiful Choice of our Whole Line 50 CENTS THE MOST SUCCESSFUL RELIABLE i STORE IN ROCKCASTLE rStkB ORCHARD Prank Watson left a few days since for Indiana Varrior Wallin is very sick with something like dropsey Miss Effie Ewell of Louisville Ts visiting Miss Bert James J D Steinbergen late of Row laud has moved to our littleicityii FrinklinrJiid hasjoined11er husband Prof Rigs here i Mrs J lr Guest is visiting her da lier tr lirs H piTass of MobifeMa t e Jiiatt return edfliotneTaeSr c1a frotiia r3Jir r3ioiuefolks at- mast rrnst dt Ii faIda Holdatnisatrhotue again after spending a few days with friends in Stanford Mrs Lal kin Chuniley of Ander con lad is with her mother Mrs J L Anderson who is very sick Miss Annie Evans of Manchester spending some time with the Misses Annie and Kate Brouaugh- A W Buchanan secretary of Crab Orchard Fair Association spent several days in Louisville this week MissSalJie Carmical of Mt Vernon is visiting Mrs M E Rigsby and sisters the Misses Holtzclaw of PreachersvilleIGeorge Martin of Cartersville was here on the 4thwhich was a quiet day at this place not even a fire cracker was heard J C JSIcWhorter undertaker has been enjoying a visit from himother who leturnedto her home Tuesday at McWhortorTjoShailnonand family are visit lJirstautof town since he was shot MT Valter Walliu and Miss Em ina Everts two popular youudpeople of Gum Sulphur were mar tied in Stanford on June 26th Tit writer extends congratulation Miss Mary Wilson of Bee Lick opened school at the Holmes schoolhouse first Monday in Jul Miss Mary is one of Lincoln cou ties firstclass teachers and Icon tratulafe the patrons of that dis frict 6f securing so efficient an instructor The katydids are here and sot are the schoolmarms one makes a jsioise at night the other in day time I dont mean any reflection 90 the schoolmarms for I handled the rod for thirtyfive years myself but whether 1 was an honor to the profession or vice versa I leave for other critics to say If this is locust year as some say it is they are several years alie oftime Your correspondent seen three locust years one in 1855 one in 1872 and pnein 1889 so they are not due here until 1906 Prob ably they have caught the spirit of the times aud adopted some of our speedy ways of locomotion the automobile or bicycle for instance and arrived here four years ahe tof their regular timer t 500 Suits at 300750 Suits at 45OMens 1000 Suits at 6 5O Children wits at 75 Cents Shirts Patterns QUAIL o John Marler was in this part Sunday Mitchell Norton wasin this part TuesdayVincent Poyiiler continues about the same WraSowder Sr is very low tI this writing P lir Griffin is some better at this writing Steve T Proctor has been very sick this week prince Adams was on Skaggs creek Sunday TIle thermometer stood at 103 in the sun Monday Dr and Mrs D E Proctor were in Brodhead Friday 11 Ava Brown has returned home from Lincoln and Garrard John and William Cheek were Livingston the first of the week inI Jack and James Sutton sold a part of their farm to G W Brown for 350 The teachers of this section are attending the institute oaf Mt Vcrf non this week eJoseph Oliver and son Liff from the river were in this section theI first of the week BT Adams Wm Clout and family were visiting John Adams Saturday and Sunday Misses Alza and Ellen Brown have returned home after spending a week most pleasantly with relatives aud friends at Preachersville S Morgan of Garrard has been n this county in company with G A Morgan gathering up lambs hey have bought in the surround ing county about 2 car loads at 4 cts a AILIENtSi leel ing the liver bowels and become sluggish and inactive th- igestion e impaired with little or n0it anythingeand a feeling that the whole boa and mind needs toning up The trouble is that during winter there vastYe nmatter in e system tVl 11 remove it secure to the secretions a right exit and by its tonic effect fully restore the wasted tissues and give strength In place of weakness Sold by all druggists Cholera is spreading at a frightful rate in Manchuria It is stated that riguinaldo w visit the United States and go 0 the lecture platform NEED MoicE HELP aOften the overtaXed organs of digestion cry out for help by DJTS pepsias pants Nausea Dizziness Headaches liver cons faiufs bowel foriIproPills They are geUtJe thorough atadall dr1iggi drugstore a PERCALLESAND worth 10 to 15c now AT712CTS GOODYARDWIDE DOMESTICS AT SCTS HATSat5oc 75C S1 BARGAINS BARGAINS I I ijr EJb A I Q E mltLJ I tv vl V j emoseyJ DISPUTANTA o 5unIday i Mr and Mrs TornGadd hav returned from Jellico r n- nldrs Annie An lin of Berea v liomefolks a few days ago Madame Rumor saysthat J E Hammond will get married soon i Miss julia Cruse is visiting her grand mother Mrs Susan Shearer Mrs A TAbney and little Son BereaiveeK There will be preaching at th- Clear Creek Baptist church Satur day and Sunday Lumber hauling is all the go now with J E Hammond and Grover Thomas leaders Mr and Mrs J W Lambert of ReyI ltta ago e summer with Miss Grace Clark on her farmeIMiss Parrie Lee and Miss Nora Owens were the guests of your correspondent Sunday Mr and Mrs Willie Mullins and Sherman Swinford have returned troll White Oak branch where they have been visiting relatives CURES WHEN DOCTORS FAIL lMrs Frank Chiassoii Patterson La writes June 8th 1901 I had malariafever in very bad form was aiS soon as r medicine the fever would return I used a sample bottle of Herb ne found it helped me Then ought two bottles which completely cured me I feel grateful to you mesforI cine and can honestly recommend to those suffering from malaria as it will surely cure them JJIIer drnYj The coronation stands will not removed and it is expected tlt will be used for their original pu rose A heavy frost which formed ice visited San Luis valley in Colorado IIrEigiven up would have meant death for Mrs Lois Cragg of Dorcheetei Mass For years miceillry troublen and oughcOften she helIfor Consumption and was complete ly cured Sufferers from Coughs Colds Throat and Lung Trouble errneeddisappoints Cure is gua a feed by all druggists Price Sot and 100 Trial bottles freel i QesII Mens 200 Shoes at 140 Mens Jl50 Shoes at 1 I LADIES KID- GLOVES Worth 123 Special Price 75 centsj Phone No 82 dSCRAPS BYjFTI A study of tIle list of blames of diev many r Appellations of which the reading public have hardly even dreamed and no doubt many who scan this article will not be convinced of the truthfulness of it until they have further proof up ou the subject Such evidence cat be furnished by any postmaster w oPciahol Postal Guide One of our citizens has been reading up the matter and inevestigatious In the United States are found 6 122 post offices with names ending with theaffix yule 733 with the prefix Nest 6 o North 558 South and 557 East Mount is used as a prefix to the names of 445 offices Saint to 324 Where are 33 Wash ingtous with many others ustn the name as a preor affix Mount Vernon shows up with 23 and Vernon has 23 to its credit almost everything on Earth movable and immovable and even the firma went above and regions below have been called upon for names to de onf Uncle Sams vast mail There are the familiar names of Brown Jones and Smith with their innumerable troop of relatives all join in to assist the postal author ities besides furnishing the patroI uymics of the cousins their neighbors uncles and aunts John George Sam Bob Joab Nehemiah Jabez Luke Eli Boaz etc The CharityIz Mollie and a hundred more itIlow the committee on such matters up doubt did the best they could with the materialat hand when they perpetrated such odd names as Red Bet Pon Ida Rig Egs LaSpa Ep See Joe Horn New andus abemenageriey iti1Iil1kIRaccoonTigep Bison Calf t Killer Leopard Monk Bear r Horse Pasture Crane Crow Eagle Redbird Swan Lark Dove jayrj bird Grouse Guinea Haivk Sparj IToadCowpens Oxbowaud Cattail In case our country is again cair ed to arms to defend the rigl ts conferee upon us by our forefathers the following states can furnish supplies for the mobilization ofx troops Georgia could start tlfe ball to rolling by donating a Pistol Mississipi Gunn Pennsylvania a- Rifle Gonneticut and four other NorthDakofaKentucky the onlY Powder mills t n or 4 iJ 1nnd Ladies and Misses Hats 1 CbOSINGOUTPRICES l 5 J15C TO 100 1- TIKE NOTICE c I Virginia and Georgia could senda Cap each North Carolina could spare some Lead Virginia a Lance and Swords creek The Toma hawk has not been buried in We Virginia Texas and Maryland havei a Bowi up their sleeves Dirkstown North Dakota should be able to render same aid Shields are yetI used in Michigan and other states There is a Battle in Virginia Alabama has a Battle Ground Indi ana forces may kill more than others A flag is procurable in Ohio Arizona troops could bring a Flagstaff Georgia a Bayonet Alabama a Shell and one Warrior For repairsKentucky ought to furnish a Trigger and Lock South Dakota the Stock and at election time some of the candidate might furnish the BarreL t For transportation of the forces and supplies a Wagon is found i Tennessee and you dont have t wagonetgOregon will bring out its steamboat Pennsylvania a railroad Kentucky horse care North Carolina the only horseshoe and Oregon its solitary mule a saddle and bridle creek will come from Virginia Texas can furnish a blanket aud pack saddle and in case of a creakdown of the wagon Maryland would loan her wheel Among the thousands ofpeculiar names with which enoffensive com beisucht as with Hope and Dismal Arkansas Sunshine and Sunset Califprnia Paradise and Noubet Colorado Love and RufrV Connecticut Cascobb and Bantam Delaware Bunting and Cannon District Columbia Twinig and Terra Cotta F Georlorida gia Delight and Lax Idaho Gimlet and Sweet Illinois Allright and Blood Indiana Cyclone and Good bye Indian Territory Jimtaw and- Goiugsnake IoXa Wax and Pros per Kansas Coal and Neutral BadKentuckyk burg again Louisiana Alma IIIlenand Monument Beach Michigan Bravo and Leisure Minnesota Lit tie Cobb and Big Bend Mississip Lake and Hillside Missouri Z and Vet Glaize Montana Belt a Sixteen Nebraska Rain and R Nvdda Tonelocks and Duckwat er lew Hampshire Rye and Little Baaishead North Carolina Arni NorthDakotaCnch basco and Tariff Oklahoma Coin GraeIPennsylvania Sun daleMoouJ Star light an Turn iphole Rhode Island Titiert Four Corners and Canesett So Carolina Nix and Kena Tennes see A IrC Joy and Void Tex Seclusion Content Glory and fate Utah Drum anti Bluff ginia Sunlight and Shade Ver I ldies Sleeve less Vests at 4CTSIa Garment THE Prices on xjfe the Hundreds ofi articles In our store ARE GREATLY REDUCED moot Breadloaf and Waite Wash ington Haka and Steptoe West Pleasantir scoisin Lookout and taShakan and Ketchi k ti 11andDogwood arethe ofIis prominently teen tilItSlave ry is not known or anything neaaer it than Bond There are nine offices beginning with a capital X Maine has the greatest number of places using the prefixes North South East and West r Bullock county Georgia has more offices with short names than any other county It has 38 offices ij qpng ls than six letters to spell each name including Brag EmitI Jimps Jash Sane and 11mato presumed theres a continual scramble for the postmastership at Soque Ala Spirit Lake Iowa Drinker Pa Brandy 1e Del Wineland Ohio Gin Arkansas t gge S Dak Sugar and Horn Ky Splceland Ind Boozer Ala Bowl Tenn and Spooner Ga as t KENTUCKY FAIR DATES 0Richmond July r419fGeorgetown July 2226 Cynthiana July 30 Aug 3 fDanville August 68 7 Lexington August ni6 f Lawrenceburg August 1622 iShepherdsville August 1922 Ma3sville August 2023 Shelbyville August 2629 e London August 2729 Florence August 2730 Germantown August 2736 r Bardstown September26 filizabethtowD September qr Bowling Green eptember Io r3 Glasgow September 1013 Ewing September rri3Louisville September 2227 Hartford October 14 Brodhead Aug 2022 Crab Orchard J 11131 2325 Barbourville Sept 3 0 Forty years after his death the heirs of W A Bethune of Abet deeu N C have filed claims to nearly the whole of that place enlntatantio Territory PiFrederick W Vanderbilt gave dollarsu ofesThe town of White Horse fri firety100000 t Betweeneight and ninethousand freight handlers at Chicago went on a strike mattdoonFIDELITYn INSURANCE SalaryasC0111U1 to man Ad = alVirii2 St Philadel pbiJ Pa S r t b ItVernon Signal FRIDAY JULY it 1902 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHTc SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR pi 00 Advertising rates made known on application DEMOCRATIC TICKET o tI CONGRESS HON GEORGE G GiLBERT SHELBYA = H II RENNIN G ER iOf Wayne county is a candidate for S fate Treasurer subject to the action of Iinocraiic piety KINGSTON f 0 Sam Magee and Bob Cole are in town tbisweek Joe Magee of Crab Orchard was here Wednesday advertising the Crab Orchard Fair Charlie Cooper returned from Crab Orchard one day last week Dr E J Brown of Stanford was here Wednesday F L Thompson and little son of Vernon and W T BrooksJI of Hazel catch spent the 4th here Miss Birdie Estes of Mt Vernon WJ the guest of Mrs MBLuolds last week1 Ktirs Liza Mullins J KSta Visited friends and re Last week MIss Cordie MullhJB Bfcss BBLaura PS at J Lebanon Junction Miss Lula Mullins is visiting her sister Mrs Chas Harris at Midd lesMiss borough Dr Sams and Miss Kate Dcstnmany went to Mt Vernon Tuesday Mrs Martha Franklin of Mt Vernon spent several days here t the guest of Mrs JEr Mrs Emma Reynolds Miss Byrd Pelir and Leona the little daug V df Ijbgau Salyards are on the s listi f Mrs Thos Lasley left Wed es dyt for an extended visit with her daughters at Middlesborqugh Mrs W- Georgia J Childress and Miss McFerron are at Mt VerMrs non this week Born to Mr and Mrs W F Tubbs Tuesday July 3rd a lifileMr sonFranklin Childress weight andahalf pounds fiveI Born to Mr and Mrs Howell Yednesday July 9th a r pasJ1thighland say there is no uame good enopgli Miss Addie Holmes of Crab Orchard has been the guest of Miss Hattie Orndorff DMrCrestline O were pleasant guests- at the River Mansion last week bliss Mary Doty returned to her home at Richmond Tuesday a i llt visit with Mr and Mrs R A Sparlk Joe Lyn CofFey of Stanford prvisitingW R Dillion and Bill Pie took a party of 9Jup the river the Boat to ofTuesdayMrs W R Dillion went to Stan ford Monday to attend the wedd togbeenreception of Mr and Mrs Ar Broddus at the rresidence ofvtsmphass Bettie Broddus Misses Daisy Hattie Lula anda Leoua Parsley of London spentej the 4th with rana Mrs E So Elmcre f JM sses Lucy Coffey SieHa Adams J tliet and Maud Reynolds J of br Wildie visited Mrs Ijlila Pet tit fair the Jatterpart of the week AjB1 Grant Hilton and lii iiaughter Hazel of Elmwood 0 are visiting Henry Reynolds mil the r lYJrsaarry Magee and Mrs Will xehtrhors is JTlts jas Hilt an t daughter a Miss Rxo wMrJFd 7 IX Mr and Mrs Red Farley are visiting at Lebanon 1 Louisville and Bowling Green Win Fields of May wood a 1ded Q L Sparks are in town Miss Ella Stanley returned ho meto Saturday after an extended visit with Miss Carrie Burton at Pine vine Miss Cora Reynolds of P laski- is visiting Mrs Geo Doss Misses Lizzie and Annie Fi back and brother Ben are visiting their grand parents Mr and Mrs B F King at Moreland Chas Redd and daughter h Fannie were the guests of Dr a Mrs Cooper Friday while on their way to Manchester Mrs Geo Reynolds is visit relatives at Brodhead theJohn Magee was at Mullins Sta Monday and Tuesday on bustne not professional wriborough SattheProf Dickerson and daughter Miss Sallie and Miss Bertina Mul ins are attending the teachers stitute this week Mrs J S Cooper and Archie are visiting Dr and Mrs Manning at Manchester Whitehead Baker have pur chased the store of Houk Ada and expect to do a laudoffice business Somebody said that Harry Lee aud his sweetheart had made up again MARRIED On Tuesday July 8th at the St Vincent De P parsonage by the Rev FatherhiBogemam at Bedford IndrBert Fisher of Orleans and Nannie E Maddux of Bedford Madduxvisited her motherJ Mrs Lou Maddux of this place through the past winter and made friends here who wish her a life of happiness BRODHEAD 0nVern Berry is visiting J R CaSS bierilia Ella Dunn has returned a car of beer countyJ placecwent to Mt on business Owen Jarrett of Cincinnati AlbrightforO A Frith has returned CollegeIcrop in this vicinity is most Pro m15 yieldsMiss M M Watson returned from Garrard county where she has been vi for t1Capt JOdrinksPrDrs Edmiston and Philips Messrs Johnson and Sheph were with the Masons of this town tor fterSaturday nightIeThe trustees of the town of Brodhead kindly asks everybody sidewalksIs and tie ledldssel Everybodyoncan anyone nie our merchants stands tie Mr Albert Albright has returned from the Philippines where ho for quite a while and says he had enough of that country Miss Berta Hilton is at home for few days zest after having clerk for Mr R H Batson Lancaster Hns aILfirstdassThe Glorious Fourth was c ated here by a large crowd on the d grounds where the Horn F F Bobbitt Rev Gibbs and Rev StinB EtieThere will be a boxsupper atWMethodist Hiatbnodinvited and expected to stir bpx or buy oneX i t w W 3sPettus gran veito Preachersviile Sunday evening to see the hbmefolks and look rafter some business matters but return before 7 oclock Monday morn ing Mr Petlus knows what it is be on time Dr Percy Benton bought ofnGranville Otvens the property the west side of the railroad a south side of Main street f Dr will at once equip his offi lulnfuture build a nice business house Married July 4th Miss Nora beautiful and accomplished daug Evansiiss to ofndone of Laurels firstclass teachers and at present holds a position with Tngthey have a nice home SSwhn u S Berry is very sick at this ting I H Jordan was in Wil lie urday BA Riddle was in Richm last Monday M H Jordan was InBerea TuesdaywitMrs J H Sigman is not sty better at Present T A large crown attended services at Scaffold Cave last Sunday lSDr R H Lewis was up frantof Wildie Monday to see U S Berry T J Hayes has decorated his store here with a new computing scaleproT J Hayes and M L KeltonJwill in order to keep cool order zoo taMlH Jordan bought a bunch of steers from B A Riddle Iin MissinBring your produce to Conway and get the highest market pr Jand goods the cheapest Mrs John Ramsey has returned dadaughterHarry Blazer is loading a car pre paratory to moving to Portsmouth ohio His many friends wily rte gret very much to give him up The 8most oufeatureTeachers Institute was a magnifi banquet given by Miss Ida May Adams on Tuesday evening from 8 to n oclock It was one of those grand and beautiful syihasthis county Early in the even in long lines of beautiful gowns leaning softly on strong arms moved slowly toward that home of ho tality and kindness The was pro idedwith easy chairs the tliragrantbeautiful After chatting a wbilemated rtheed by a series of connundrums which all took part A picture OpProfyeear5 tic A flowing bounty of delicious were then sec The following is a list of those who of registered A B Furnish Misses Carrie Frith Susie Thompson Aland Owens Ellen Butner Iola Han Sallie Bickeison Georgia EalMcFerron Anna Thompson NsucWells Rachel Pennington Mat of Dyre Nannie PTYsin gar Ida Parkerson Helen Singleton Bessie thasFieldsJ Mattie Pen get uington Ella E Lake Ella JoP Lillie Battler hula Dyer Fannie Culton Cynthia H Coyle Vita DeB id Minnie Lake Pearl Iulwar Lou Ella Jarrett play Brown Abney Bertina Mullins Em Pennington and Mesdames SePur haomgImenMullins W R Dickerson M toChestnutH Brown TvJBall A M H B 1vIcCl ryTJLake One Simmady OnS Chn1Sh1S wens Victor Tate at Henry Bowman and Connnfow t TTS if r r I i 7T73lQ 3 tS3LY3 rOcIc A 1 l STABLE r STOuy CF VENTILATION OF INTEREST TO STOCKfylEN Vecenalty r Clou nKnrns IVcHli lit end SniI2ft to Procure thy Beat nut SjKtrm to Ke lHed a Pin tsrnxalonon ti11ndtoheproper care Intern question that appeals vIth gn t force to every farmer who Is anxious duestinn11tproper building of this necessity Un tanaiely some of the early examples good stables were built by men pf large means regardless of WI1llfhe cost might be As a result practical farmers were stow to tape the matter up as the Idea of a properly constructed stable became at once associated with great expense One object of Mr F A Converse o has charge of the live stock and dnJry products at the Exposition ii building a model stable at tho Expoai tlon Is to counteract this erroneous 1m- pression A properly constructed stable Is not necessarily an expensive one Cleanli withaa may tained Inn building of ordinary cheap arrangedinnp covered h paper which Is protected with a sheathing of very common boarding and covered with a good roof makes very good start Thin should stand oi ground that Is well drained and ex posed to the sunlight but protected from cold winds The floor should be cement and carefully designed to fa cilltate cleanliness In every particular Double doors fly screens and dark blinds should be provided and made fit properly toI system of ventilation should be vided that will ventilate Anything not do By excluding the cold and outlhscan thrive Many stockmen are foodniceconnection wb the stable In tnla they are protecting their atop one direction while leaving them exposed In many others iceStable atr Is devitalized by passing through the lungs It Is alto being con laminated by chemical decomposition of the excrcmentum as well as the fumes arising from the fermentation of mp bedding properly etcisary to study changing temperatures which Is gov easilyunderstoodcold air Generally speaking foul IB heavier thfln fresh pure air from th even at the same temperature rting from this well known prlncl rile ventilation should be arranged ne cordlngly Fresh air should be let in at the top and the foul stir taken OIK at the bottom By experimenting we find If we roomDCa air In tb other the King draws the foul air out Aa Converse prefers the latter that atgit consists of an air stack with a hood the opening of which Is turned away from the direction from which the pipeaparts of the stable These feeders have ortrR near at of the stable Fresh air Is ad through a central opening in tho As the draft that is created by the hooded stack Is sufficient to draw the bottom air from the stable fresh air must go down through the central nlng to take Its place and a change air is a certainty To prevent the Intake from striking the animals toe strong a shield is placed under the tponlng which assists In directing the flow of fresh air along the ceiling In warmved an the stable and all Is intermingled and diffusedjgood feed intelligently fed the winter care of stock should be profit e as well as pleasant hare no bndctrectson h stock and a visif from the boar health has no unpleasant conse Snences for the owner HJEHBEKT SHEARER pay his respects to President Km of the Boer Republic While he SpanishAmericanlin THaledabout Captain Slocunf knew of none being In that locality Lie flip partly replied No but let us keep together for mutual protection thesSpray cast anchor at the moorings site left on her voyage around the 1globeclrclilgwhich all Exposition vigors will want enjoy EGBERT L LEWIS OUTDOOR MACHINERY Glass of FngireTitntuty Net HoH cd to Protect It Front the Weather The oldest type of engine represented tlievPinAnjerlcanfExpoaitJop i rIJe tvInlmUl flit e1lH ul Iivx p D H t rL l I t O tir enter L ittriI iiur Jlodr stead ticiltet 1 tiiephrre ex charge stir flsrpYitLili be co tneijced yuhi tla xt sixty daysv pOfIT Some DeasoSS l h s Why You Should Insist on Havingh UUnequaledRenders hard leather soft J preprrcdkeeps A heavy bodied oil HARNESS An excellent preservative Reduces cost of on harness Never burns the leather its Efficiency is increased Secures best service Stitches kept from breaking OIL I BS sold in all Localitiesfnnni1cturell t y Standard Oil Company 3 r M c t t AVHieTKpnipson i he ungesij s1t1 tr m our town j Ghnrley Stewart TVS lcre from lavIngiis Mrs Jerome Aclain id pretty ls ghler Miss Cora Of Livingston ReubemiW 8 ji fJtIN In summer can be prevented y crip ri kit4iki Isjon1 l j is beneficial in summer as iwinisr If you arc weak or rtn down it will buiSci you up Send for free sr nn It SCOTT JIOV ir Iinitt iiiKiil St ttttwYorle end Ico ail nr sH 7 fir Lt First SighJ will describe your sensations when you receive the garments made for you by STRAUSS BROS Americas Leading Tailors Chicago Theyar- emasters in the tailoring business Their preeminent position has been at tamed by satisfying t their customers They never fail to please because they guarantee satis faction and live up to it Their tailor ins creates an impressiongraceful elegant perfect fitting LYou will wonder how we can afford to charge the low prices we quote for it e Call on us and sea our great assortment of trustworthy woolens iOXBROS tfATeVERNON MT VERNON KY OPENED 1900 1 as CAPITAL STOCK r 15 000 I C C WILLIAMS PRES JAS T ADAMS VICEPRES VL RICHARDS CASHIER A B FURNISH ASST CASH FishitzWe solicit accounts of firms and individuals Careful atten tion is given collections entrusted to us Our friends and patrons are invited to call when in town Phone No 55 WARD AI AGEES ANNUAL CLMKNC SftLe Hats BBig line Greco Railroad Panama Golf and z Alpine shapes t NICE CRUSHER n yeter9ayif FLESNj daysIfFor 48cts 125 HATS FOR 98C All others in proportion Hatsd WARD It MAGEB CalloAvay building Livingston Kentuckyr CHAS C DAVIS he Place to Obtain Fresh Drugs ALSO = KindsPatentPerfumery Stationery V Toilet Articles1 CIGARS AND TOBACCO Paints and Oils i r ffipUhours cit at lt I Pnone No 64 ir JSj K I = vm Mt Vernon Signal t ViR r Rte JULY r t9o liB Coil upiNo 79 whenyou unttoColUrnunlCute with SIQNAI 79 LOUISVILLE A NASHVILLE R R cJ TABLEI24 north 1105 a m 26 north 104 a m 23 south 200 p n 25 Solith 139 a TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 5S 7 tr Entered Bt the Mt VcrnoJ liy PottoOSce ns sec F adclass mall matter i PERSONALS 0 Mace Miller is visiting home folks 4I Born to Mrs S N Davis a fine girl baby Walter Turpin has moved to i Brodhead Mr and MrsJ T Gentry are visiting relatives Tiere Mrs W F Champ of Paint Lick is visiting homefolks Mrs M Hartz has returned from a visit to relatives at Piueville Tom French is clerking in J r Fishs store He is alright too Miss Bertie Brock of London is the guest of Miss Risse Williams Dr J W Samms was one of the visitors to the Institute this weekI Charley Whitebead was in from Williamsburg for a few days this week Miss Lucile Hawkinst of Willims burg is visiting Miss Risse Wil liamsMisses Bessie French and May Coffey were guests of Mrs J Fish this week Mrs Dr Childress of Livingston was visiting the family of J A L ndrumJMiss Ida May Adams gave a re y ceptioii Tuesdayr night iu honor of teachersAttorney John W Brown was in r Livingston several days this week on legal businecs Mesdames M C Williams and Cleo Brown drove up from Stan ford to spend the Fourth Hf Mrs W R Dillion was on yes terdays train returning from a visit to friends and relatives in Lincoln Mrs W L Richards is at the bedside of her father Hon B F Furnish of Napoleon Ky who is sick 1W F Ames a young banker from Glencoe Kyis assisting Cashier Richards in the bank this week fiJeweler and photographer Joe realestate broker J F Cooper of Livingston were in town yesterdayt Mr J N Brown was here Wednesday and told us that he was in better health than he had a been for a long time Messrs Logan Hughes George Saufley and George Menifee three of Stanfords nicest young men were here Sunday A B Furnish returned from a visit to home folks in Gallatin county and says his father who had a paralytic stroke last Friday is very much better Mr J C Thompson Lancaster jeweler was here Wednesday and Thursday visiting S C Franklin fsi for the purpose of gaining information in regard to ginseng culture Mr and Mrs F H Hardy lef yesterday for Ala probably to re main permanently Mr Hardy s father who is an extensiVe lime dealer in that state has been seri ously ill for several weeks and it t v + very necesssary that his son come there and lake chaVge of his busi 2 ness but we trust that future de velopments will be such as to cause Mr Hardy to return to Rockcastle tllJ county besides we regret very1 ia u htoiooseh t and his most admirable wiFe from our iilimben I rMissesSalIie Ir r 4- r J and Ada Shelton Davis of Rowland ate visiting lis C C LOCALS r Dont forget the Crab Orcirafd Fair The public school willopen Mori day week July 2 i st IW M Poynter sold to J M 19 hogs for 19247 IXhe L N will give a 175 Cincinnati tomorrow night The old soldiers reunion will be ofUAugust The dates of the CraB Orchard Fair and Racing Association is July 23 24 and 25 Jones Fish is making some im provement on his residence in the Northern part of town CORRECTION =Miss Pearl Mul lins requests us to say that our announcement last week of her marriage is all a mistake KIHED Clayton George of Laurel county was killed by a train at Orlando Friday night He was supposed to have laid down on the track and gone to sleep The news has just reached us from Nelsonville Ky that the Rev Hartsfield pastor of the Chris tion church here has just closed one of the most successful meetings ever held at that place Miss Eva Fish brought to S C Franklin our jeweler who is gathering a collection of bugs a very fine specimen of the bug kingdom It is nearly four inches long and has horns nearly one and one fourth inches President Bastin and Secretary Maret were in Brodhead Saturday looking over the situation with a view of putting in an exchange at that place Fifteen phones will get the exchange and several Brod head people have already told us that it would be no trouble at all to twenty or twenty five phones so what else is necessaryto make it go The Livingston base ball boys proved themselves to be warm members last Friday when they defeated the Junction City team by a score of 8 to 6 Both teams played good ball but the visiting team al though composed of the very best players to be found in Junction City Danville and Harrodsburg were entirely too slow to handle the Livingston nine Mr Joe Moore Sr got his leg broken Wednesday afternoon while trying to alight from a passenger at train just as it was pulling out from the depot Mr Moore is the fath er of Joe Moore Jr who is wanted here for the murder of Mrs Jewel at Withers some two or three weeks ago and also of Henry Moore who is now in jail here charged as being an accomplice to the dee- dHouxMr James Houk SrIage 8IJ died Wednesday morning at 2 oclock He had been very feeble for several years but had only been confined to his bed forI about three weeks Short services conducted by the Rev J C Car mical were held at the Christian church yesterday morning after which the remains were taken ton the Maretburg burrying ground and laid to rest He leaves a wife and three children Mesdames Joe Purcell and Nannie C Albright of this county and L THouk oft Jamestown Ind U G Baker and Bert Whitehead have bought the stock of goods belonging to Houk Adams at Livingston An inventory of the stock was taken this week MrJ Baker is already one of the best and roost successful merchants ins the county and young Mr White head possessed all the qualities necessary for fa uptodate bust l ness man endowed with plenty of common seuse combined with lots of push arid energy There is every reason to believe that this wilt bea most successfu 1 firm and one of which the town of Livings ton and the countyas w liWiUI proud to boast l ty t II Jack Carter a 14 year old son of Mr and Mrs Lee Carter deceased of Ibis cou nty was drowned at Erniueiice Ky on Wednesday evening He had been an inuiaie of Masonic Widows and Home Louisville for past fo years here he had learned the printers art A position was given him in a newspaper office at Emi nece only a short time before his sad taking off No particula have been received as to how th accident occurred The remains were brought here last night an will be burried today at the Lewis hurrying ground TEACHERS INSTITUTE 0 The Rockcastle County Teachers Institute convened in the tour house in Mt Vernon Monday July 7th 1902 The house was called to order at 93o a m by- lsuptBallard Rev J C Carmi Baptist church COH devotional exercises J J Ping was elected Secretary and Miss Iola Hansel assistant Secretary of the Institute The teachers then came forward enrolled and paid their fee The following committees were appoint ed 1Co11mitteeDinsmore and Marsh DR Gentry P H Shutts S H Martin andf Miss Ella Joplin- Committee on ResolutionsT- T Simmons Lee Rash JA Chas teen L H Lynn and Miss Carrie Frith Committee on Entertainment Miss Susie Thompson Miss Anna Thompson Miss Lillie Butner Miss Emma Pennington and J J Ping Supt Ballard then introduced Profs M E Marsh and W 11Dinsmoreinteresting talks on the purposes to and intention ora teacher Adjournment until 150 p mtMonday afternoon After music and roll call the subject of school management was taken up and interestingly discussed at length by Prof Marsh who was followed by fiIdamore 245 p m recess The subject of Environment tllengthson How teach diacritical markst was well presented by Prof Marsh Hon F F Bobbitt of Crab Orchard was made an honorary member ofthe Institute hTbe830 a IDJ by Supt Ballard 1jectdiscussed by Prof Dinsmore and Mrs Frank Coyle Mrs J Lester of Berea gave a very instructive talk on the value of myths fablesC and fairy stories 1030 recess After recess the subject of Arithmetic was introduced by Miss Georgia McFerron followed by interesting talks from Profs Dickerson and Dinsmore Miss May Adams then very concisely and beautifully presented her method of teaching multiplication Tire discussion of Grammar occupied the remainder of the fore oon and was participated in by Prof Marsh and others 1200 adjournment TUESDAY An R ooNIAfter opening exercises at 130 Institute was favored by a highly entertaining speech by the Hon F F Bobbitt of Crab Orch ardcMiss Kate Dickerson of Fal mouth Dr Samms B J and L W Betnurum and James Griffin wer made honorary members of the Institute Physiology was then thoroughly discussed by Prof Dinsmore Miss Ella Joplin R 3 Bell A J Cress R W Strong and othersJSome practical and highly appreciated experiments in the laws of hygiene1 were made by Prof 1ilarshWEDNESDAYMOR ING Ballard called the Iristi ttiteto order at 83Pa tC r J iL D After the opening exercises the subject of Composition was in troduc d by Miss Ella Joplin fol lowed by ProF Marsh Mrs Lester HIll 1r9f Dmsraore TT Siiri Martini trand diseased by Prof Marsh R E Bell and others lo 5 a in recess The remainder of the forenoon Aritlirsemetic which was able presented by Prof Marsh dI2oo noon WEDNESDAY AFYERXOON House called to order 3t 130 p m The subject of Child Study was thoroughly andably presented by Prof Dinsmore fol lowed by Prof Marsh- t 245 p m recess J N Brawn was made a social member of the Institute The subject of Geography was then presented by Mrs Lester Hill who by her original and instructive manner of taeatment showed herself to be master of the subject 400 p m adjournment- THURSDAYMORNING House called to order at SUbIjectProf Marsh after which the Institute indulged in the parsing difficult sentences which brought some spiritedarguments 1030 to 1100 a in Adjourned- out of respect for Jas Houk SrJ whose funeral was preached at the Christian church at that time The reading and answering queries occupied the remainder of forenoon 1100 oclock adjournment- THURSDAYAFTERNOON House called to order 130 p m Prof Marsh took up advanced and showed to the Insti ute the prerequisites ofand how become a good reader Mrs Lester Hill then presented subject of Mathematical Geography and clearly demonstrated- by the means of the tellurien and other instruments the causes of the change of seasons different lengths of day and night the dif phases of the moon the of the zones and why located where they are The remainder of afternoon was given to the organization of the- eachers Association The following isa list of the teachers in attendance at the In stituteJ by districts Mt Vernon Miss Ella Joplin Miss Susie Thompson R E Bell Miss Ida May Adams Miss Mag gie Hansel J J Ping S E Chand Miss Lillie Butner G C Fish Iola Hansel Miss Emma Pen nin ton Lee Chestnut Mrs M Penningtou Miss Mamie Jones A B Davis J O Scroggin Miss Anna Thompson J H Bowman Miss Nannie Wells Quail Miss Lillie McBee J M raigJ J W Proctor Joan Craig Level GreenSam Brown Mrs Mauerva Brown Miss May Brown Miss Vira DeBord D R Gentry Miss Pearl 1 ullinsJP H Shutts Wade Brow- nHansfordA J Cress J L Rash Mattie Dyre hula Dyre L H Lynn D G Bullock LivingstonW R Dickerson Miss Sallie Dickerson Miss Ber tina Mullius N H Oliver HiattA M Hiatt H B Mc Clary Miss Ida Parkerson Miss Nannie Hysinger Brodhead Dannie Owens Miss Ella Jarrelt Walker Owens Miss Alta Owens William Owens Gum Sulphur Miss Carrie Frith OrlandoT J Ball Miss Helen Singleton G W Chfklress V D Laswell ChasteeneJohn McCracken J A Chasteen BereaT J Lake Miss an- nie Bales Miss Ella Lake Mrs bneyITEttaMoore Pine Hill =Miss Mattie McFer ron Miss Georgia McFerron John McFerron S Conway W B Sigtnan retburgSI IVI tfiUJYt I4lulhns Z 1i Crutse =RW HronoXJ l7 y V xrs fT KRUEGER SONSJfM T V ERN 0 N K 1 THE PLACE TO DRIVE GREAT BARv4 i HOME COMFORTS PRICES CHOPPED IN TOO SHOES LADIES GENTS 75c to 400 CHILDRENS SHOES 20C tO 11 5 CALICOS worth Sc- SALE Price 37fc PERCALESworth roc- SALE Price SJk FLANNELS worth roc- SALE Price 9c GOOD loc HOSEBIG Stock at 5c BEST Soc UNDERWETRat NOTIONS all at Reduced Price LATEST Styles LADIES Trimmed Hats Worth 200Sale price 150 FIND u u 1= 4 ACTUAL ALXJtoolTIESI PRICES WITHIN KKVCII OF Aw ISUGAR lchi GRADE 1r 5cts 4 ARBUCKLE lj ti JOPFEE IOC FRESH CANNED ivUITS A L SORTS CHINAWARE slid viassware THE Very Best 1 SADDLES BRIDLES and HARNESS Saddcs 6 to 8 1COOKING STOVES and TINWARE FURNITURE ALL SukTs BEDROOM SUITS c ALL These Goods are New Arrivals to beSold at Low Prices TRY US for Some of These BARGAINS and he Convinced y INICE LADIES AND CHILDRENS HATS worth 150 Sale PnceI oo US and get low prices in the Big Brick next tdVVthe post office near railroad crossing f2liBetter Now I f A rs and s Will 0wise at L Mens Shoes Price 135 to 150 Now at 90 cents and DONTNO Complete AEver Few Heavy Mens Ladies Sell Greatly Re duced Prices the Reductions4 Regular upVFail to Come While these SHoe Bargains are offeredtJ Goods and give prices and you can this SHOE BARGAIN SaleyYourtrade is Solicited p C H FEITH Brodhead Kyr t GO TO JONAS MCKENZIEk i iMT for Everything in r j Dry Goods plothingj Boots and Shoes ana Genral f Merchandise 6EST GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES i Phone No 83 1 i DAN NIE OWENSUNDERTAKER Caskets Cons Robes EtccKept in Stock Orders by Mail Telegraph or Telephone Promptly filled BRODHKAD K NTUCKY WILLIS GRIFFINPractical Undertker and FUNERAL DIRECTOR V Mt Vernon Ky Stock Note FINE SEAKSE Attached r Ciir lurnish Metalic Caskets and hire 3 Embalming done on short notice j ttiComet 1t train thatJeavethe city f X II ORDERS Y r Jronl titFilled2 F t iPhone No 63 c 1r rri i f iVW t EoTiicsu WHO LiAEuN FAKMS yj5rt Berlin Panay Jlls writes cI have used Ballard Snow Liivi rnent Always recommend it t o my frin lsJasI am confident there is HOftetter nt deIi Ts a Handy for imrns Those who live on farms are especially liable to many acci dental cuts buns and bruises which heal rapidly when Ballards Show Liniment is applied It should always be kept in the house forcasesof emergency 259 soc and too Sold yalVd rtiggbts RlLEY ROUSE FB ILEyProp T0NDON KY HEADQUARTERS for Com melrcjal men Good Sample Room andconvenient to Depot Rates r 2 00 per day Th Veranda HotelVJK i joi1HCOFFET PROPR Stanford K5r 2P cially equipped for traveling fv r meli Sample room on first floor Bathrooms free to guests RATES 200 per day a JHoteI Frith f WltLCOLLIER Propr Eocated at the Dep BRODHE GOODLS VERV D fi f Met all Trains lit D traveling Mett and men Solici IvV Willfurnish Lunches foi ins V tf M Francisco If MONUMENTAL WORKS Brodbead Ky I Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones ALL JV ORK FIRSTCLASS J +TSATISFACTION GIVEN Ihl PPenriiriRton D DS M Dj I DENTST r NYJCor Third and Chestnut Sts j LOUISVILLE KY Will be at Miller House Mt ernon during all Circuit Courts npplYbiifo plOmpt1 obtaUl U 881fi1 Foreign PATENTS NTIRE or photo and vra send an EjEDIATE giverSWIFT COO Patent t2YiISOpp US Patent 0ficeWsshington DC y fastJhcfw T- QCjLRADO z ANDITHE A frcPQIn afftmda May Jofli 9 The new train will leave St Louis 1900 a m daily the evening train r daiJytfhroHghtwetn Si Louis San Francisco and Northwestern points kqy line that does a twice daily Excursion tickets now ontsale informationragdressR c Louisville Ky tAH C4OW SnND G nLPas r and 11 T t AgL St Louis InSurance of all 4ind- sy J Call at the Sismil offifeet Mt Vernon t j i 4 d b IF AlIAN LIE To You 4Iitl Say some ether sah eoinl ment lotion oil or alleged healer is as good as Bucklens Arnica Salve tall him thirty years of marvelous cures of Piles Burns Boils Corns Felons Ulcers Cuts Scalds Bruises and Skin Er lieesttimi cheapest 25C at all druggists drug loreIWOULD WIDE REPUTATION Whites Cream Vermifuge has achieved a worldwide reputation as being the best ofall worm destroyers and for its tonic influ ence or weak and unthrifty chil dren as it neutralizes the acidity or sourness of the stomach improves their digestion and assimilation of foodstrengthens their nervous system and restores them to the healthy vigor aud elasticity of spirits natural to childhood Sold by all druggists YOllrH irl Two years ago my hair was falling out badly I purchased a bottle of Ayers Hair Vigor soon my hair stopped coming ardiMiss Minnie Hoover Paris Perhaps your mother had thin hair but that is no reason why you must go through life with half starved hair If you want long thick hair feed it with Ayers Hair Vigor and make it rich dark and heavy 100 a bottle All druggist If your druggist cannot supply you send us and we will expressIyou a bottle Be sure and give of your nearest express Add- ressLJ C AYER CO Lowell 11155I MT VERNON DIRECTORY COURT CALENDAR COUNTY COURT Fourth Monday in each month- QUARTERLY COURT First Monday in January April July and OctoberCIRCUIT uvR TSecondl2on- day in February Fourth Monday in May and Third Monday in Sep temberMT VERNON POLICE COURT Third Monday in each month ESIChurch Preach a m and at p I- UlundaYchool30 a in every Sunday Prayer Meeting Every Thursday 730 pm The public are cordially Invited to attend all services DAVID HARTSFlELD Pastor Presbyterian Holds services on the 4th Sunday morning aud evening Methodist will hold services at the Ares byterian church on the 2nd Sunday morning andevening in each month Baptist ChurchServices on the Third Saturday night and Sunday Sunday School at 9 a m every Sunday meeting on Tuesday nights MASONIC Ashland Lodge No 640 meets 4th Monday 10 A m SMT VERNON K A CIIAPTER NO 140MEETSevery FOURTH MONDAY at 2 pm MACCABEES K OT M TEST No 21 meets every 1st and 3rd Monday at 730 p m JAS E IIOUK Com J J PINGll K I PROFESSIONAL i C C Williams ATTORNEYrATLAW MT VERNON KY JGOFFICE On 2nd floor of TheBank of Mt Vernon on Church streetSpecial attention give to collectionsPhone So F M L MYERS j 1Jirifist MT VERNON KYIIFIRSTCLASS WORK OFFICE In the Krueger pew brick 73iMiller House HUGH MILLER PROPRI- ECUitHeadquarters for en1Ji rr 1tJ C iN ROC rtOURRand McNally Co Plfs vsr t Tem order G M Ballard Defdt Plaintiff having presented a no tice duly executed on defendant nccordI3ncder according to the term notice and the CuuU having heard said 1110 ion at the Court House in Somerset Kentucky thisjune 25 1902 it is now ordered that de Pendant G 11 Ballard be and is hereby enjoined and restrained in his individual capacity and as Superintendent of Common Schools for Rockcastle County Kentucky from in anyway interfering ttntJl the further order of this Court with the adoption of School books al leged in the petition herein to haVe been made August 24 1901 in so1 far as the same will affect the pur chase 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 acquire new books for Use in said schools Defendant appeared by attorney and objected and excepted to fore going motion and order T Z MORROW Judge Rockcastle Circuit Court June 25 I9u2- ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT Giun CoPlaiptiffsvs Tern order G M Ballard J Defendant Plaintiffs having presented a no tice duly executed on defendant and made their motion in accord ance therewith for a temporary or der according to the terms of said notice and the Court having heard said motion at the Court house in Somerset Kentucky it is now or dered that defendant G M Bal lard be and is hereby enjoined and restrained in his individual capa city and as Superintendent of Com mon Schools for Rockcastle Coun ty Kentucky from in any way in terfering until the further order of this Court with the adoption of school books alleged in the peti tion herein to have been made August 24 901 in so far as the same will affect the purchase of new books by the patrons and pu pHs of the Common Schools of said county and is hereby directed to establish and maintain said adop tion with respect to books ern braced in said adoption and pub lished by Plaintiffs that are here after purchased or acquired by said patrons and pupils for use in said Schools but this order shall not be construed to require said patron- and pupils until the further orders of this Court to purchase or acquire new books for use in said Schools Defendant appeared by attorney and objected and excepted to fore going motion and order- T Z MORROW Judge Rockcastle Circuit Court June 25 1902 NEWS ITEMS o G W Clark who beat the r Salt Lick Bank has been arrested in Chicago Frank Sanrier was drowned ilon day morning at Gratz Kyi William JFranqiSj of Warren county died at tlie age of ninety seven A syndicate has purchased 3oo acres of Whitley lands Politicians oppose a State pri mary and say it willineau an ex Peuditure of 20000 each by candidates for State offices The race between Rhea and Helm for the Democratic nomination for Congress in the Third district is waxing warm Ilhe L N will let contracts a once for their road from Knoxville to La Follette- Jesse Rule an innocent bystaud er was stabbed to death at Catletts burg by Fred Burchett r Colsons friends are claiming Clinton Wayne Russell Adair an Cumberland counties for him i his race against Boreing andParker for the Eleventh district Cougres nonunatlOnI battleships author izted by Congress wjil beBuilt at th New York tiavy yard s t Land Stock and Crop 1 =No industry in the county of rapidlyIa more the cultivation of ginseng There are three of the largest ginseng nurseries in the United States there1ISince 1900 the value of ginseng gardens has increased from 12000 to 160000 These gardens are furnishing the product seeds and roots for the starting ofnurseries all over the North and West One of the largest of these gardens has ndens Qocrked for September and October to tile arnount of 10000 another for 4000 worth of seeds alone A stock company is being formed composed of growers oniy to establish a central supply nur seryin the city of Somerset or nearby This company willcultivate the acquaintance of the Chinese shipowners aiid endeavor to deal direct with the merchants of the OrientrThe bulletin issued by the Cen sus Office gives some interesting statistics of the agriculture of Ken tucky Of the 25600000 acres of land surface 21979422 acres are included in farms These farms June 1 1900 numbered 234667 and were valued at 382004890 Of this amount 90887465 repre sents the value of buildings and 291117430 the value of land and improvements other than buildings On the same date the value of farm implements and machinery was 15301860 and of livestock 73 739106 These values added to that of farms gives 471045856 as the total value of farm proper ty The gain in the last decade in the total value of farm proper ty was 42875590 Toe increase in the value of land improvements and buildings was 35565530 in that of improvements and machin ery 4395254 live stock 2814 706 The value of the farm products in 1899 was 869 per cent greater than that reported for 1989 FOR SALE TWO fine young jacks WADE H BROWN julyn3t Level Green Ky 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 thesnerves and purify the blood Its a wonderful tonic for rundown systems Electric Bitters positively cures Kidney and Liver Troubles Stomach Disorders Nervousness Sleeplessness Rheumatism Neuralgia and expels Malaria Satisfac tion guaranteed by all druggists Only 50 cents Headachekills but SURELY It preys upon the intellectual powers more than we realize It consumes the vitality faster than nature can replenish it and we cannot tell just what moment a temporary or complete aberration of the mindvillresult Headache and- t pain should be promptly re ManyejJa1 cures are more than the pain Beware If you would be safe take 11Dr Pain Pills I a result of neuralgia I lost the tsight of my right eye and the pain I bedDrnpro re lieved me I then purchased abox and now my trouble is gone They have also cured my daughter of nervous headache and I heartily recommend JCoitiEBicmondlexas 25CeDr MHss Medical Co Elkhrf Ind 1T t jontTak Pills rp I They cure by agitating thet j IlJQ ethe FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE At Chas C Davis Drugstore r L Loisvi11e Hend 1Stf1 nd t Lo UiS way i ooieseekers Excursion AT d LOW RATESvTO THE r WESTir t i Ticked o n Se leF rsX ar rr r 1 rd Y Tuesdays in MARCH APR2I ard MAY 1902 r T a1WSTlo WWfw7 t Wrtii ilM p Also Low U Colonist JIOne Wauy Rates to the Northwest and CaHf9rnr x Points Nsv v x Nev For Further ifnrration Addres L GARRETT IJO Trav Pass Agent L J IRWIN Gervl Psxsc l LOUISVILLE KY 1 E rlrr4rl r1Td krtyd Ha tWHo n j t You should take a at the D 1 Massey Business College I r I LOUISViLLE RIot1 It is the leading CCmercialS llfo in Kentucky t 2 Its courses of are thorough and systematic 3 A1 written contract backed by a special deposit of 100000 liJ givfcn f ft 1 Qi We PtFy students railroad fare to LOll sII2Oot 5 We refund upon graduation every cent of tuition paid to us if th pupil is not satisfied x t Write fort ElegantCatnlcguc and Special Discountso t4tu1u 4r ri t qata orot ubtu4aulsCjutututrt rr e i i r + 4 3i Ktkt- g ANO INDIAN I Are bstreach by the Co ton rselt y icli liner ruittwo trains dad fro M mpht to Texas without change these t ai ei er reach cir djrecoor make close nnec o PttP focal parts of Texas 0 oho st An antl Indian 1FTWORTH P I LTAMFORDroe If on want to flu d a od home In Texas where bll crops are raised and where peonle prosper write ror acopy df booklets Homes in the South west and Through Tejxas with anybody FR rp k f LaBEAUME P 4 T4 ST LOST STRAYED OR STOLENA bore hog mostly black somewhite spots about head ears droopat point unmarked will weigr about So or Good stock and eeks1Athe return of same or any informa lion leading to the recovery JPNS 1I KEN I1 Mt Vernon Ky Cheyenne Indians ill Oklahontat 1cillJe ed2 fl 1- a t o temporarily constipation Rail Agent 1 tntYftr4 t 5IRASO1S i t t- I Coursq study perxthoroughly t il1otqioJI TER s Territory IHREVEPORT tCALtiNAt ourVhandsorao JE r condition The local authorities are threat ening to ask for troops in then 1iregion Floods have caused great damage J to crops in New York State I Botha and other Boer leaders will write a history of the Boer war Frederick W Vanderbilt Iias iv given land to Yale worth halfar million T t The progress of King dward toward imprbvenfehtcbntinuesi tab atitunwsessiouof the British Parliament will beheld j 7 r