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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 TM Si 41ay iJlf I it J I 01 ff JVUOU IVgna T J y- i f LhiVOLUME XV MT VERNON RocI CAS1LL COUNTY KY FRIDAY JULY 181902 NUMBER 33 Y a 5 u hu = Js TELL MY FRIEND TO BE BRA VF All 1 FlfARL SS AND LUYAL TO THE GREAT COJli110iV PEOPLE t j V h rfl BAKER S BIG Clearance sAL1 Sc c Y u uu IALLBEST I L12 T o 5c I MEWS QJJjJN d Nine Negligee Spurts Pnttrvns Jlinif fi nfJH6jMi Ut t vyyrr ap Whole Line 50 CENTS MOST SUCCESSFUL i THE MOST RELIABLE I d MOST POPULAR ROCKGASTLECr sl J N LEVEL GREENI QIRa4n iis needed badly the corn i generally clean laid by and looks well oats nearly all cut and flee yield fairly good wheat all thresh ed and the air was short in bush els bra well matured W H Uncle Bill Brown threshed 55 bu front 4 acres This was the boss or lead Possum Holler Sheep lambs and all sojd and at fair andjubUdisposed of only a few milch cows 3ret for wel saleJtwo cryifoo 0 1i inilirfaces upon v my vision Theyare fubStJylnoo having cum to the fruut in the asir h j two years and another veny notice = f i able change ij the women God bless them were in the when 1 first attended mstitootsr only from 3 to sib girls was in it And now it remains to be see Ii whethep the woman will as teachers advance the causeinthenext quarter of a century as we did in the last quarter of fife igth if they do they must not only work but they must study to show them sele5 approved master builders TBsrJnstitoot was run on about the same plan and Tom foolery asI in former days benefiting bu fOOillexc pt t6ePiii ssrs ihat rem the shabaugathey iuade fit pa them of course owmuchflonger will our Legislature permit this lo go on the fee the board and ncidentals one whole week isI fgone and not one of every half do2eu is benefited The vOrd tfd sentence lnet Q versus the alpha betmethod was brot to the frunt zgipt a majority ov our teachers Lace learn twisdum from expearauce and therefore pay but little or no to sitch durud foolishness attentionany Word and sentence advoI cates remind me ov the boy wanted to climb a tree he got his companions to place him 6 feet up tree for a start and then climbed a t i bout a fqot higher slided down an started troui the bottom lies ascent was gradual tho beautiful andibyJt iguru the ha o pass rimt o Set the very samSpace on the tree hat hefcbin wiggling on and it did nqt seem to be any easier assent tli- thkrtest ail uv the saplins tho bed beennonit ndfslihSover the bark Q N6 difference fellow teachers r what kind uv a fabrication you air gowingto build always begin at the bottpmilaya good foundation uv proper material then you f c 11 construct substantially and speedi ly In structures we leave tour cornerstones viz Al phabet SPellin Readinand Vrti n these fourt butthe greatest these iz the Alphabet Anyone bayjt these stones properly 4aid can even educate himself with but s little hejp from others if hell try My daypof erecting educational J m lIens sriGO Suits at 3QO Mens 750 Suits at 45Q t Mens 1000 Suits at 65O Qhildrcn s uiat 75 Cents Beautiful onr THE THE wIn beamed Besides edtfcatioual structures lie now in the shade or the most of them at least and to what extent or degree of perfec tellibut of one thing tho I am Positive ly certain I never placed a boy aPart of the way up the bush andI madeliim climb both ways tie Cell lout rand then had tostart from he foteachers tinwboST r home t We will l avribeauiiful new school house ready for our te heiI Mrs Ia erva Brown to begin school iu I on the 2 ist instant twill cost us 325 and then some WJ ic Jis outractor and he deserves credit for the progressive and effirieiifliltadfieriii which tie perfonnead 1fisrtart bh town hasI lastIs Dr Prices beautiful new dwelling painting and overhauling others has given our town a different ap pearauce indeed Cant we have a little rain Our roastIta oc are s iw t Very truly BUCK VARNON L KENTUCKY FAIR DATES 0tGeorgeto tnlulY222 =zG ln WII4Janrenceourg 1622 1922IShelby ville August 26 USt2Z29Florence 29IGermantown August 27 30 Bardstown September 2r6 ItElizabethtown September roelrs 1013 Ewing September rt3Louisville September 227 R1 rHartford tobeIfiIl Brodhead Aug 2022 Crab Orchard July 2325 Barbourville Sept 35 3 a wadRepub- lican conventton Ve Say4W head the ticket A WT he BelgtaiiKmg recognize d theCubanRepublic C1 SAVES A V OMAN s LIFE To have would have Jrfmeant JCof Dorcheetei Mass For years shebad endured untold misery froma PVf rf lung trouble an d obstinate dugbc0ft nJ she thetand sometimes could lnotspeak All doctors and remedies failed fi I used Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption and wascomplet CoughoCords Phroat and Lung Troubl ueedthisrgrandttelfedyf i nev ij disappoints uSa s guaranteed by all druggists Price soc and 100 Trial bottles free PERCALLESAND worth 10 to loo now AT712CTS GOODYARDWIDE DOMESTICS AT SOTS MENS HATS- at only 25C 35C soc 75c 1- BARGAINS BARGAINS YJ g lli J J CRAB ORCHARD 0 Miss Addie Holmes is visiting at LivingstonFMiss Fannie Redd is visiting friends in Manchester Miss Annie Bronaugh is visiting in Richmond this week Little Arthur Watson of Stan rd is with his grandparents here Joe Magee is in Pineville and other mountain cities advertising the fair Miss Sallie Ray of Buckeye Garrard county is visiting Mrs Curtis Gayer Miss Mattie Beasley leasgone to Main mouth Cave with a part r Of Lancaster friends ii tvIissBryantsville is spending aw Tewl days with Miss Allie Fish1q MissEva Beasley will teach the public school at the Abraham schoolhouse on the Stanford pike T K Watson who has been so= jouriilng in Indiana returned ji few daysaince ta his old honle Cf A Snyder traveling saTes man Jor drugs is stopping a few RichardsS days with his mother Mrs Mary Miss Sena Napier has just are i turned from a threeweeks visit withfriends in Pittsburg and Jrei ports a delightful time Oscar Kersey and brother vtwbv bright little boys of Wilmorei are spending a few weeks with th ir relative Mrs Huff Turnbull gaud her two r little boys Miss Fannie King has returned home after a protracted visit to Manchester She was accompanied home by her uncle attorney Wm Hansford and Miss Vicy Deed i Mrs J R Brooks and her lovely little daughters of Atlanta Ga have arrived to spend the summer with Mrs S E Brooks and many friends here who are delighted to see her j Miss Sallie McWhorter one of Lincoln counties prominent teach ers has decked to give up teach poIsitionoperator for the Bastin Co rThe amphitheatre at the fain is completed and Crab Orchard folks are on the sqievive Thge Southern Military Band will furnish the maser F Francisco ofj Brodhead will serve dinner on the grounds The rje nut standssofV drinks c will all be on hands also the merrygo rdurid 11sFortune tellers and clairvoyants CIequit business or get fiout of town Twenty three trades unions are on strike at Clenfuegos Cuba At Chicago July corn dropped from eighty to seveLty cents in the first hour of trading IS1zeI Mens 2 00 Shoes at 140 Mens loOShoes at t LADIES KID- GLOVES Worth 123 Special Price 75 cents moneyhore lhoneNo HIATT We are glad to see Mrs M G ish but again f JJv Smith went to Livingston Tuesday trading f f t Swina Morgan was here Monday gathering up lambs 4P Dan Holman of Crab Orchard vas here Tuesday t tMr William Fish is visiting her rsonl RevI4i G Fish irsSlrDl91all was in Brod h ead Tuesday ion business v A K McClary still remains verV illwith rheumatism Mr G D Moore went to Stan f ordvMonday on business Dras4Bowers went to Ohid MonT y dad lo sell his patentgtelatch Mrs A CHi lost37 chickens in three days from limberneck- f Andy Adilli sis vis ting his moth er who is very ill with rheumatism r Mr A M Hiatt went to Wildie Mouthy to fiegin his schooT at Cedar Hill FMisses Ida Parkerpn and Nanie frYsinger commenced their schools at Oreeri Hill and Hickory Grove Monday Master Urfain Cass returned iioine S fu day after a visit to his f irelatives in this neighborhood The public schodl coinme iced here Monday with H B McCVary tjeacher Albert Fish of Wildie wal visit 4ing and Sunday 0 Miss Jerifiie Hiatt of Louisville is visitingher niaiiy telativeshere tt rMiss Annie Pritchettj of Danville is visiting her siste15 Mrs Cash Hiatt Quite number of our people attended the Sunday School Con veh Lion at Maretsburg Sunday and as usual Uncle Rev Hiatt foulidered f von mutton If thieving is not stopped in the s vicinity the coroner will have to hold an inquest at some gene s Rfst d 2 hams of meat Frank Adams 3I sides also some one entered ithe house of J J Smith and opened a ppcketbook that belonged to his twife and took ib 10 arid a rng itnaVbelouged to her mother tSfRING AILMENTS There is an aching and tired lee1 fug the liver bowels and become sluggish and inactive the digestion impaired with little or no appetite no ambition for anythingV and aTeelibg that tl1e whole body and mindnegds toning up Th troubleVis that during winter then wasteImatlefiU give strength in place of weakness Soldby all druggists f Men s Shoes worth 3 and350r our sale price 225 radiesatidMi s s CLOSING OUT 50C C TO 100 4 r TAKE NOTICE QUAILI on the sick list John Denny was inCrafi Orchard r Saturday Isaac was visiting his mother Sunday Born to the wife of James Herriii onthe t3tba boy Vincent Poynter is a little improved in health Josiah Sutton of Brodheadfwas in this section Sunday Mrs E A Herriff was1 inMtr1 Vernon last George Matter sold to W H Brown 4 IGO lb shoats atsta c1sd 01Ptilu t B ji Brandy Hays has sold his farm near Freedom to Mr Mink for 4bo Ii J C Hayes and Albert New if FridaYIhl11JtnglOg Miss Joan Craig left Red Hill toitake charge of the Red Hill school J z 0Rev J O Daces filled hisap P ointment at Saturday and Sunday The public school here which isI being taught by J W Proctor was begun Monday W H Browh and A J Thompson of Preachetsvil1eJwere inthis vicinity Friday and Saturday hunting hog s Thomas Taylor isat Crab Orchard d making a fine hack for Galen Rogers which he will use for the conveyance of his Rockcastle friends atthe C Q Fair CURES WHEN DOCTORS FAIL Mrs Frank Chiasson Patterson Lawrites June 8th r oritI had malaria fever in very bad form was under treatment by doctors but as soon as I stopped taking theirr medicine the fever would return I used asample bottle of Heroine found it helped fife Then ought two bottles which cured me I feelgrateful to you for such a splendid rnedi cine andcan honestly recommend it to hoiCt sufiferihg from malaria rIbine 5oc bottle Sold by all dnig gistS v 7 oiIo Consul Genzrahraagg says his about Cubans slds forted DOCTORS esay Consumption canoe curedl ItneedseScotts Eriitiisidi sate best help But 1uxsYcontinue its use ven 11n hatt weather v If you have not H fr Fniple 409415 scoTsPearl SErSet eWlork soc 09djrco all druggist Ladies Sleeveless j arment Vests ti I Tats PRICES 75 Snbdgrass Saturday Saturdayfor Provideiice completely furnishing sStatfemeut THE Prices on all the Hundreds of articles in our store ARE GREATLY REDUCED BYTHETY TEACHERS INSTI 2TUTK 0 W iraittee present the folio tions Resolved ist yTli d our thanks to therSup toq secretaries and the or their faithful audi eflicie vices 2nl1Tat we most sincerity thank Mr Mrs and Miss Ida May 3Adams f6rthe most delightful ban4 enJbyedlastgreat pains lp make the Wednesday evening lecture both pleasant andikpfbfitabler nor do we forget to ex pres our r rant tdfYor thee delight JfUln lsic furnished bylhe strirfg band on these4occasipns 1 3raThdt w pert a special ef fort to teach a better school this i year than we have heretofore by selecting some onepr two of the new methods which haye been so1 Instructorslandnee s 0 our school r r4tbTliat we will heartil enterento the work of thetTeaphers as coinahemYrwere intended 5hThat wefor et elections books and predjuces and give our entire time and energy to our schools that we bind ourselves in closer brotherhood and raise the standard of our common schools 6chThat we respectfullyaask the library committee to expend the gtthe r cheofs make a l vigorous and persistent efibrb to establish a district library in our schools f1TT1 i mighty God since the last session of our Institute to take from uj one of our best andjnost successful teachers R L Porter Therefore be it i Resolved Thatjpe r loss of him a teacher prepare both by nature and training is gone i fromt = our ranks a respectedancL highly honored citizen from the j1qtyr an agreeable and Sineables 3n audf h brother frorman affectionate mqthj er and fatherand devoted brothers and sisters h kesolvedT thttJ wtitute ex tends its Heartfelts YmF Sties J therbereaved familyP t tIt JLRA H Car- P H + SHUTTS SEC 5 There being no other candidates1 the Hon J M Lassing was declar r ed the Democratic nomine for Circuit JudgCiOf the Owenton sdis1 lC 1birty peiso1s cvere drotrtrodbyt- hie iA1ilgOtf a passenger Steamer RUSS11 Jf b jt1 fire aC PliiladelphJ cause a loss of 160060 7 f MtVernon Signal FRIDAY JULY 18 1902 Published every Friday by EDGARS ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR 100 l Advertising rates made known on application DEMOCRATIC TICKET 0r FOR COKGRUSS j rN GEORGE G GILBERT OF SHELBY H If IIENK1NGER Of Wayne county is a candidate for State treasurer ftbject to the action of the Democratic party f SCRAPS I 0 BY T- BegsAnd are you still doing it NellOh no We havent spoken toeach other for 29 days Directors of the St Louis Exposition voted to close the gates on Sundays B Erickson became insane Moil j day from snow blindness near Tells ride Colo Wise folks pay more attention to burying their own pasts than ton tffgging up those of otl K Whenever a man gfl Hoi of himself he will be fjfl By to blame some one else Nell Just one mon ay Stella and I agreed t out each others faults witho rve Women used to believe that hearts were always trumps Its diamonds now clubs laler and finally spades Lifes E railway on its train many people some nil go some like ex Prevs trains are fast others most immensely slow r J G Fritb of Brodhead pro cured three Belgian hares last fall He now has 21 iu his pens They sell at from 10 to 25 per pair eVicksburg Miss is to select its most popular minister by popular vote ond send him to the St Louis Exposition with all expenses paid Messages have been successfully exchanged between suhruarine vessels by wireless telephong through watei by the French war department Ferdinand Linka wealthy Chicago carriage builder and his wife celebrated their golden wedding by praying together in a 10 ooo tomb which they have erected for their last resting place THE Lincoln County Telephone Co has strung its wires between Stanford and Lancaster and the lineis ready for talking The office for the present will beat I M Bruces stable on Depot StreetI Interior journal THE Bastin Telephone Co has bought the J S Van Winkle Tele rphone lines in Boyle county Th- ishes that company an exchange at JJanville and also enables the Lin cotnCouutyTelep1tone Company patroas of this place to talk to f that cityInterior Journal Nothing is more indicative ofthe j thrift ofa people than good roads and nothing is of greater con veniciica at all seasons The watched dirt roadsthat prevail in so many states are a disgrace to the enterprise of the country anda constaat souite of annoyance and- hiss to those who use them It could be that every community had that kijpd ofspirit which would first YoEal jpake good roads to let urouad on and then have the other things that good roads leads to The church the school house the- neighbors home the store and t po5tofi5ce should all be easily ac ceseible in bad weather is wellas c jdiis and every malt wotnau rind child ou ht to ck all they can to secure roads that air be traveled j 1omfdrtablV at all seasons ITp section can develop and be worth aylMiu ir its roads are bad i One of the rich men of the later day millionaires is John W Gates who made his money in steel iron and tiu consolidations and he has been having a great good time with his surplus He has not only up set Wall Street in New York a time or two but be has done a hole lot of other things which lr1Gateswhich added about eleven millions of dollars to his other millions He is aItgood fellow and his money has not spoiled himiThe most remarkable accomplish ment which the flea possesses is its ability as a longdistance jumper It holds the worlds championship against all other athletes of its weight and size for the longest and highest standing jump On record When a flea spits on its hands and leaps into space theres no telling where he will light because he never looks before he leaps No flea that is in love with its art will potter around trying to find a soft place to light before it doubles itself up and begins to throw somersolts into space The great objection to flea is that they will bite No amount of civilization has served to cure the flea ofthis vicious habit Frequently a flea will lose its temper about something and bite an inoffensive person all night The man with the telephone Habit is about the worst bug in the bunchsaid a business manHand really these fellows are alarmingly on the increase No wonder the pay telephone has become a popular institution Business men do not as a rule object to having persons use their telephones providing they Jo not insist on staying in the box I all day Telephones are a business necessity now We have to keep them in order to accommodate the trade Our patrons have occasion to call us up sometimes and they dont do it for fuu cither They want to talk about some business matters or to get information whichI we are in a position to they call for some other reason ofa strictly business nature But along comes tim telephone bug He wedges himself into the box shoves the receiver into his ear and begins to bombard the transmitter with a long string of loud and useless verbosity He will stand there and jabber until the wire actually swags with his meaningless utterances I suppose he never would quit un less the man at the other end of the wire hung up the receiver He seems to love the thing He seems to delight in the sound of his own Voice end it never occurs to him that other people might want to use the telephone for a more serious and more important purpose He rather inclines to the idea that the telephone was invented for his ex clusive use and that the wires would actually coil up in a mute sort of protest against the chatter of any other mans voice The telephone bug is a fierce proposition and if he doesnt get the medal he at least deserves honorable men tionDONT FAIL To TRY THIS Whenever au 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 rundown systems Electric Bitters positive ly cures Kidney and Liver Troubles Stomach Disorders Nervousness Sleeplessness Rheumatism Neural gia and expels Malaria Satisfacl tion guaranteed by all druggists Only 50 cents China through two of its Vice- roYs bay appealed to the United States through Secretary Hay to intervene tie the payment of the foreignPowersit shall beptdis otdo silver and as some are insisting tlwtifbepaidip gold his asserted- that this is an impossibility on ac coumtofthe impoverished condi tion of the Governments Treasury andtlie people Vr DISINFECTING A SHIP Heiit Heat a TbdroHefc Qereiteidal- A tQa Ia Cued TThen the vessel haatiedup to the ifjhjirf In New Orleans the first step Is the removal ot the bedding clothing and cushions and other cloth fabrics to the quarantine shed Here they are hung on a framework consisting etaI series of racks suspended from a ng car running on a track and lionrruucdI that when the racks wh jle thins may be run Inside one of the three great disinfecting cylinders with which the station Is equipped These cylinders arc enormous steel boilers fifty feet in length by eight feet in diameter and fitted inside with continuous coils of steam pipe The cylinders arc covered wjth asbestos and wathed in felt and when the cylinder caps fore on they are airtight When the clothing has been placed inside and the cylinders closed dry heat is forced through the pipes at a temperature of 180 degrees and this is followed by moist heat raised to a temperature of 230 degrees The pressure of from six to eight pounds put upon this steam heat is sufficient to force it through heavy mattresses or bundles of cloth lngIa thirty minutes to an hour the cylinders are opened the racks arc run out and the rapid evaporation which follows causes the clothing to dry almost im mediately The clothing is unharmed by this process and the moist heat is a thorough germicIdal agent It is an in teresting fact that if n freshly laundered linen shirt or collar is put into the cylinder it will emerge thoroughly moist and apparently in need of another starching The evaporation is so rapid however that it is Immediately re stored to its original condition not even the gloss being removed Leslies Monthly YOKOHAMA BY NIGHT lftter IllnmtBKtloH Makes the CUT Akta to FalrylKa A row of paper lanterns in the black shadow of a wall is the first impres sion the newly arrived traveler has of Yokohama as he steps from his sam pan on to the wharf at night The lanterns hang low and almost motionless but at the word rickshaw they begirito sway and witk a silent almost rhythmical movement they come rushing toward him A moment later he discovers that each lantern is attached to a rickshaw which offers for less than half a yen an hour to con- ey him anywhere hisfancy may lead him But go where he will the lantern Is always there dangling and swaying and dimly flashing The lantern on the rickshaw Is a characteristic detail of the night Vie tune of Yokohama It is a series of brilliant dashes of color tinder a cloud less starlit sky fanned by n soft breeze which seems half of the sea and holt of the tropics with smiling gQli like people gliding about everywhere It hardly seems real It isnt fairyland exactly because fairies are not supposed to bo always as picturesque as are these Japanese Certain it is that few things anywhere in the round world can be more beautiful than lantern lighted Yokohama As the occidental crosses the bridge over the canal from the foreign quart ter and enters the native city be tees a bewildering maze of lights Throughout Yokohama gas lamp posts are few and tar between a fact which makes the lantern illumination all the more conspicuous They aro not hung at reg tlar heights or intervals but make a sort of tangle of soft colored lights over the front of the buildings and even across the street New York Mall and Express A Case ef 4wl Clerical Customer arousing himself from a nap in a barbers chair All through eh Barber Yes sir quite some time agoClerical Customer Indeed Then I must have been indulging in a quiet napBarberTon surely have sir Clerical CustomerIt was certainly very kind of you not to awaken me The rest has done me good and I am very thankful to you for what was really a very refreshing sleep BarberDont mention it sir Its only n fair return I attended service at your church last SundayBoston Courier Irvlar a a Tipper Sir Henry irvins prodigality toward servants was well illustrated some years age when he was at Bluff Point Lake Champlain Ho gave the driver of the break which daily ran to Au Sable Chasm g50 in twoweeks and feed tile other servants with like reck lessness The guests of the hotel grew very indignant because there was po getting along with the employees who j almost literally fought among themselves to minister to the needs of the English actor and sadly neglected the rest of4e guests Lady Helm Aplenty Mrs Rangle Ive advertised for a servant for a whole week wltbnore Gulfs Mrs Cumso Well I Advertised for a good looking lady help and had thirty four to select from the first dayBal timore Sun Itead 7 Fey the Experiment fticDSand I were poor JieRTerseJ1rconditioniandtr71me1Iarlem Satan ruts another gridiron en thai Ire when he sees a man buying bee with the motley hIs wife earned At the bt b ehf K i h r PROFUSION OF LIGHT Were Taa Three Itvndrrdl Tbonscndl Lpa at PamAmcrlcJun IIt has been said that the Pnnimrr scan Exposition will be a Rainbow City IT lar and City of Lijfbf by night and If tliis be true it should prove the most bpnutifu sight of its kind ever l1uIMuch has been written about the illu ruinations of the Ex 5osition but the public Is scarcely aware of the mag nificence of the scene which Is to be created by the use of Incandescent lights In snch generous profusion about the main court of the Exposition and the buildings Immediately surrounding It When one says that 300000 of these lights are to be used the figures lack large but they are nevertheless true Nor does this Include all the lights that are to be used In the general Illumination of the Exposition for on the Midway several concessions such as the Thompson Aerie Cycle Street of Mexico and some others will use as thImany individual exhibitors Thus the figures 300000 will be considerably 11 creased The Illumination of the Elec tric Tower is going to be not only astonishing and novel but truly artistic Automobile Exhibit The automobile has won such favor that the construction of these Vehicles has become one of the Important new Industries of the world In any new and prominent field like this the Unit ed States with its wealth of attire In ventive minds Is expected to take thu lead That this country does lead will be demonstrated by the exhibit mu4e at the Pan American Exposition have of a windmill being employed to do any work was In Alexandria 150 B C when an Invention driven by wind power was employed to operate a musical instrument As even this must have been the product of evolution it leaves us entirely In the dark as to the actual origin However we know that windmills were employed In use ful labor In many parts of Europe Ions before Columbus discovered America These old windmills were quaint affairs Some of them floated on wa ter and were turned by band to meet the vagaries of the wind A later de velopment was built on a post and stilt liter the roof of the building was olvot ed which allowed the building Itself to remain stationary- It remained for the engineers of the nineteenth century to construct s wind engine that was at once simple useful and practical The amount of power developed and usefully applied by this time honored Invention amounts in the aggregate to hundreds of thou sands of herepower At the PamAmerican Exposition a group of windmills wilt be lathered together and planted la a corner of the grounds where they will be required to pump water and In other ways demonstrate their usefulness Thesef will comprise many different types snowing the evolution of the engine from the old fashioned four sail pat tern down to the ordinary multitudi noun sprocket plan la which the sail area Ia automatically adjusted to the wind pressure and the speed la regu lated by a governor Some of these engines will develop a tremendous power while others are simply devised as a cheap ant reliable meaasof work- Ing a farmers pump Experiments extending over a period of years have been conducted for the purpose of generating electricity by this means Developments along these lines so far have not been entirely sat- Isfactory though indications point to ultimate success The difficulties met with are principally owing to the In constancy of the wind which must be overcome by storing up the energy of the gale to be given oft as required Itoralebatteryment we await with Impatience the improvements In this direction that we know ought to be made The time will undoubtedly come when electric light lug will be done In this manner M fact the electric light plant In a vil lage In Scotland Is now partially op rrafrd by a wind wheel which Is built on tbo horizontal principal To those un familiar with the pro- ductIon of the wind engine as nsed atI the present time a visit tq this sect not the Exposition will be a revelation Hitherto this earlyv Invention has been useful merely to the farmer and stock man Possibilities In the Immedla future point to a much wider and mora extended usefulness when power from this source will be bottled up In storage batteries and shipped to distant points to be used Im the mechanic arts HZRBXXT SinBAIUCR- w pay Bis respects to President Km ger of the Boer Republic While he was cruising the SpanishAmerican war broke out and his fret intimation of the fact was gleaned from the Unit ed States cruiser Oregon which sIg- naled Are there any Spanish menof war about Captain Slocum knew of none being In that locality He JUt pantly replied No but let us keep together for mutual protection- It was on June 27 1S08 that the Spray cast anchor at the moorings she had left oa her voyage around the globe To see the skipper and the craft of glObe elrclirg cclcbrity will be a treat which all Exposition visors will want to enjoy KLnERT TJ LEWISI OUTDOOR MACHINERY One CUM of aatae Tkaiis list HcmitsA t Protect It Pres tTrr Wvsther IThe oldest type of engine represented at the PanAmerican Exposition Is the WlauUl The earlles mbutlop 3 r t t t NEWS ITEMS 1 roThe Democratic primaries for State and county officers Congress and United States Senator are being held in Florida The contest for the office of County Attorney in Edmdnson county has been decided in favor of M M Logan the Democratic con testant Joseph H Choate United States Ambassador to Great Britain was mentioned as a possible candidate for the presidency by Don M DickinsonThe City Council has granted the Knoxville La Follette and Jellico railroad which is part of the Louisville and Nashville a right of way within the city limits Contracts for depot buildings will oon be awarded Walter Gray aged eleven years committed suicide at aria Ky by hangingFOR fine vauntii iv U jacks i WAil H 13 or1 5ulyn3t Level Green Ky 0 lSome Coffees are Glazed with a cheap coating If glazing help coffee tJJd why arent the high priced Mochas and Javas glazed also w Gdjf88is fectly pure and has a delicious flavor ft wpy InrIms a3 01 T J u 4 Love at First Sight will describe yoUr sensations when you receive the garments made for you by STRAUSS BROS Americas Leading Tailors Chicago Tlieyar- eMasters in the tailoring business Their lJreeminent- position has been at tnined by satisfying their customers Thoy never fail to please because they guarantee 8 a tig 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 ui and see our great assortment of trust worthy woolens COX BROS T A THE HJfflK OF lAT VERNON MT VERNON KY OPENED igooJ CAPITAL STOCK 15 ooe C C WIUIAM3 PRES JAS T ADAMS ViCEP8 W L RICHARDS CASHIER A B FURNISH ASST CASK DIRECTORS Jonas McKenzie Geo LivesAY A T Fish Fiitz Krueger Rod Perry Vincent Boring J E Houk We 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 WARM MAGEESt 1CLeftItftNCe Hats a A specialty for the next FIFTEEN dajSr If you need a nice HAT this is your chance Big line Greco Railroad Panama Golf and Alpine shapes A NICE CRUSHER Si1Tiwo For 48cts 125 HATS FOR gaG All others in proportion Come in and see this nice display of Hats WARD X MAGEE Galloway building Livingston Kentucky CHAS c DAVIS The Place to Obtain Fresh Drugs t =ALSO Patent Medicines of all Kinds Perfumery Stationery r Toilet Articles S CIGARS AND TOBACCO Paintsand Oils PRESCRIPTIONS ny Compounded at slt day or night vPhone Nrf 64 J V Y r I J ITlilT IitVernon bignal KY JULY 18 1902 I S 79 Can up No jq when you wunt to Cornmiirkf cote writs SlGI4L 79 a i i LOUISVILLE fc NASHVILLE R If Co TIME TABLE north 1705 am L 26 north 104a m 23 south n 200 p m 25 South 1139 a m JAS LANnRtr Agent Phone No 58 Kiurttattk UC Ysrea Ky Postefice sa MC isd class man MfttUr PERSONALS 0 T S Miller was out from Lancaster M M Purdom was here this week J J Munday was here from Ford Sunday Miss Pearl Mullins will teach at Withers U G Baker was in Livingston a few days this week John Pearl of the London Dem ocrat was here Sunday- V F McClary went to Indiana Monday on busidess Henry Catron was here Tuesday looking hale and hearty Mrs Dr Peuningtou opened the Langford school Monday Attorney J W Brown is attend ing the Elks fair at Richmond Mrs A E Neat of New Albany Ind is the guest of relatives here Mrs D S Purdom visited rela fives m Marion and Boyle counties JW J Purdom of Lincoln came up Sunday to visit hisbrother D S Mr Heisman of Cincinnati is visiting Attorney B J Bethurum W M Poynter will move into his new store room the first of the week Mrs J L Whitehead and little son are visiting Mrs C C ViI hams Miss Sallie Linton Louisville came Monday to visit Mrs R A WelshDr Percy Benton is taking much interest in a telephone exchange for Brodhead- J J Ping and Dannie Owens will commence their school at Brodhead Monday Mr T S Miser aid daragliters of Lancaster are vispthig relatives here this week Mr Guy Fishr of LosAngeles weeLIvisiting relatives Mr and Mrs E 7 Hansel and children of Lawrenceburg are visiting homefolks WarenHughesGeorge Meuifee and Cecil Williams were up from Stanford Wednesday night Miss Ella May Saunders passed through to Livingston Wednesday to visit friends and relatives J A Mullins J F Cooper Dr John S Cooper JC Hkoccr and D S McKinney were here Tues day Mrs Hugh Miller entertained Wednesday evening from 8 until II in honor of Miss Frazier of New Albany Ind R eVe William Williams now holds- a clerks position and telephone operator in the Store of Chenault Co Brush Creek Mr and Mrs G M Ballard went to Livingston Wednesday night and to Richmond yesterday to at tendthe Elks Carnival Will Kruegcr received a slight wound in leg from accidental dis charge of a pistorliria the hands of yank Miller Monday night MrAirand Mrs G M Ballard Miss Lair Conu Brownt Iinor Fish an A W Sowar spent Sunday in CincinnatiMr Mrs J P Murray of Indianapolis are visiting their brotherinlaw W T Schaffer of near Brodhead Mr Murray may probably locate in RockcastK Mrs Kmma Fish has moved to Judge Williams residence recent ly vacated by F H Hardy j Mis Samuel Ward of Livings ton passed through yesterday en route to Lancaster to visit rela I lives contractedIto Hiatt twice a week for 60 per year Miss Mary Stewart daughter I A Stewart of De Land Fla wa the guest of Mrs W F McClary from Saturday until Monday LOCALS 0 Rpckcastle will send good crowds daily to the Crab Orchard fair S C Franklin is reciving some large orders for ginseng plants and seeds The proposed railroad lip Brush Creek to Jackson county is a go this time The county well furnishes a good deal of water but the demands are so great upon it that it is often pumped dry PRIVILEGEsSealed bids for privileges at the Brodhead Fair will be received untilI oclock Saturday August 9th E A Herrin John Proctor and R H Livesay the carpenters are nearly ready to turn over the keys to W M Poynters new store houseLAUNDRYPrompt payment of all Laundry bills must be made every month as the company de mands it Patrons will please be governed accordingly Tuly i83t COSSIE SUTTON Agt Rev Hartsfields subjects at the Christian Church Sunday morning Angry with his Brother Night How am I to be Saved Staver sons Grove 3 oclock in the afternoon Beauty in Religion If the Signal does not come tip to its usual standard this week we most earnestly ask the indulgence compelledoin order to get out the Brodhead Fair Catalogue on time whichiby John Pearl of the Mountain Democrat It is not known whether Mr Pearl will take the outfit to London or continue the paper at Stanford Matt Ford John Mullins and Charley Martin were tried before Judge Lewis Tuesday chargedwith breach of the peace Ford and Mullin3 were acquitted Martin was fined 25 and ten days for con cealed weapons Willis Griffin Most all but one of his hives of bees A brick kiln was burned near them when the bees rose for flight they were caught by intense heat that reach ed high abo e the kiln scorching the bees to death J C Hocker the clever Livings ton druggist was tried here Tues day charged with selling intoxi cating liquor He proved that he handles malt a non alcoholic beverage that is sold in many prohi bition counties and on which the government charges no tax The jury promptly acquitted Mr Hock er The Lincoln County Telephone Company has run a line from Stan ford over Lancaster pike connecting with Bastin Cos switchboard at IUdejpeudents Bruces livery stable until the newl Stanfordexchange can be built which is being done as fast as the work can be pushed J R Robinson aged about 30 was arrested at Livingston Tues havingarape on person Miss Susie Milburn aged 16 Trial was called here yesterday and was continued Tuesday next In default of bail he was sent to jail Robinson claims to be a son of Alfred Rbinsona Berea mer chant LIVINGSTON Q Mrs J H Tucker is visiting friends at London 1f Mrs J R Stuckey and son went l to Stanford Tuesday toILher homey at Rowland J F Cooper is visiting his father at Johnson City Tenn werefTuesdaysMiss Cora Morris of London is with Mrs Will Wright M T Freeman of Flat Rock isIi the guest of J E Singleton Born to Mr and Mrs J AIOliver a daughterRissie B Mrs W R Perkins and children are visiting relatives at Jellico Mrs I uiehan is visiting her daughter at Lebanon Junction Mrs Ed Woodall visited her mother at Maretburg Sunday Miss Vinnie Pike of Lebanon Junction is visiting friends here Miss Carrie Lair of Mt Vernon is the guest of Mrs George Cook Fate Payne of Altamont is visiting his aunt Mrs Sue Mullins A Mr Jenkins of London is the guest of Mr and Mrs Tom Jenkins Mrs CD Meadows of Parks yule is visiting Mrs Will Wright Misses Lula and Lurissi Carson are visiting relatives at Maretburg Mrs J A Mudd will leave Fri day for a visit with her mother at BonevilleMrs Adonis and Miss Cora Adams have returned from Mt Vernon Egbert Hayes Andy Howell and R A Sparks are brakeing on the IX C R R Miss Berta Burton returned Monday from a visit withrelatives at Pittsburg Mrs J S Cooper and Archie have returned home after a pleas ant visit at Manchester Miss Mayme Jones of Mt Vernon was the guest of Mrs Stile p Mullins one day last week Fred Grn stlntwife iOf sir mingham Ala7 are visiting his parents Mr and Mrs Brack Graves f Miss Mattie Owens of Barbour ville returned home Wednesday alter a pleasant visit with Mrs Sue MullinsMr Mrs Red Farley have returned from a visit at Lebanon Junction Bowling Green and Louisville Mrs R A Sparks and little son Bentley and daughter Margaret Turley are visiting Mrs Doty at Richmond Will Ward and daughter Miss Cora and Mrs Emily Soaper of Lancaster are the guests of Mrs John Magee Rev Masters a formerpastor of the Christian Church here preached a very interesting sermon at that church Tuesday evening Mr Chas Redd and daughter Miss Fannie of Crab Orchard were the guests of Dr and Mrs Cooper- Wednesday Thursday Bishop Burton of Lexington Revs McCready of Winchester and Hancock of Corbin held Epis copal services at the Presbyterian church here last Sunday Elijah Abner an honorable citizen of Brush Creek was the guest of Uncle Ashely Owens last week They spent several happy hours talking over olden times Mr Abner is 86 years old and gets around as gailey as a young man f = BRODHEAD o=John Fowler is visiting near 1ntIIayes cnvi die was id town Hon J Mdrt Rothwell was in town Wednesday R P Pike has the soda fount privilege at the Crab Orchard Fair J G Frith our lumber king is rallying his men and says he needs more lumber j Brown Thompson bought of McKinnev Morgan a nice bunch cf stockhogs L 1 Rev Stinnett has returned from the mountains where he had conducted a protracted meeting- C C Cable who has been in the Lexington Business College for some time is at home for a while The greatest rush that we have how is the blackberry rush every one racing to get to the field first Misses Etta Pike and Lizzie Ow ens of this place attended the S S convention at Maretburg last Sun dayOur friends the public should not forget the BoxSupper at the the Methodist Church Saturday nightMr and Mrs Tilden Frith Jno Robins and others went to Cincinnati last Saturday night on the ex cursionMrs Dr Clark has returned from Ashville N C where she had been for quite a while with her relatives Mrs Hicks mother of Larkin Hicks ot this place died July i3th Interred in the Brodhead Christian church Cemetery Rev A J Pike officiatingSquire Leese held court here July i2th The most importantI case was the Langham trial The defendants were fined one cent and cost lion F F Bobbitt and C C Williams were attorneys in the case a NOTICE ON and after date and until further notice we will pay the following prices for Split Hickory Spokes Second Growth Butts and Singletree Billetsclelivered on any of our yards between Crab Orchard and Livingston and between Liv- Ingston and Brush Cre- ekSPOKESI f longABi on heart j3 deep 28 in long G grade 500 per M i longCf i t on heart t 1i deep 28 in long A grade = 500 per M longTrAB42 on heartr2 i deep 30 in long C and D grade 9 oo per M 2j on heart z 4 deep 30 in long AB grade 3006 per M 24 on heart 2U deep 30 in long Cand D grade 1200 per M All AB spokes must be made from good HEAVY SOCOND GROWTH timber andall spokes muat be made from good live hickory free from knots birdpecks wind shakes and all other defects Wr will accept spokes made from eith er scaly or shellbark hickory but we will not take spokes made from oignut hickory SINGLETREE BILLETS 2 Ben heap 2j4 deep 46 in long 3300 per 11 2i on 1ldeep 42 in long 2800 per M 2M on heart 3 deep 38 in long 2300 per M 23 rheart 3 deep 36 in long 2000 per M madebfrom good live forest timber free from all defects and they must be the same grade of timber as D spokes WE are also in the Market for HICKORY RIM STRIPS Pries for which will be furnished on application For any further information call oil or address THE ROYER WHEEL CO LEBANON KY OR L L JAI RIsTT Insptr Brodhead Ky On Jelliespreserves and pickles spread athia coating of PURE REFINED FARAFFINE Rill keep them nbeolnttly moisture sad Mid proof PU re useful In a house Full Bold evsrywhersi KRUEGERSOSNMT VERNON KY THE PLACE TO DRIVE GREAT BARGAINS HOME COMFORTS iwiiS CHOPPED IN TOO SHOES LADIES GENTS 75c to 400 HILDRENS SHOES zoc to3ig CALICOSworth SC- SALE Price 3iZC PERCALES worth lOC- oSALE Price 8Sc FLANNELS worth roc SALE Price 9c GOOD Joe HOSEBIG Stock at sc BEST 5oc UNDERWETRat NOTIONS all at Reduced Price LATEST Styles LADIES Trimmed Hats Worth 200 Sale price 150 FIND NO I ACTUAL NECESSITIES PRICES WITHIN JREACII OF Au SUGAR IIATARBUCKLE LION COFFEE ice FRESH CANNED FRUITSALL CHINAWARE and Glassware THE Very Best SADDLES BRIDLES and HARNESS Saddles 6 to 8 COOKING TINWARE FURNITURE ALL SORTS BEDROOM SUITS c ALL These Goods are New Arrivals to beSold at Low Prices =TRY US for Some of These BARGAINS and be Convinced it NICE LADIES AND CHILDRENS HATS worth 150 Sale Price i oo US and get low prices in the Big Brick next to the post office near railroad crossing Dont Rush Better Plowan Ever A Few Hea airs Mens and Ladichoed Will Sellat Re duced Prices Note the vIens INoWatDONT Greatly IShoeBargains Inotc H FRITH Brodhead Ky GO TOIJONAS MCKENZIE MT VERNON KY j for Everything in r t DryodsJ Clothing Boots and Shoes ana Genrai f Merchandise i BEST GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES Phone No 83 DANNIE UNDERTAKER OWENS I Caskets Coffins Robes Etc Kept in Stock Orders by Mail Telegraph or Telephone Promptly filled BRODHEAD KENTUCKY WILLIS GRIFFHAPractical er and FUNERAL DIRECTOR Jg Mt Vernon Ky j Stock Complete STOVESand Reduction IiurnishEmbalming done on short ttotiee Come and see mej any tlri x I have not got can get for you on 2rsi train that leave the city 1 ORDERS b sire Tron ptly Filled Phone 063 J Y J v Tt7I1iii1iIIIii TiTTI IT FOR THOSE Wiio LivijuX FAR ttDr Berlin Pana IIiwritesidtv i At ive US j IlliientI 5alwaysfriends as I am confident tierfi no better made It is a dandy fOt burns Those who live on farms are especially liable to maiiy acxi dentalcuts burns and bruises which heal rapidly when Ballards T bnow Liniment is applied Ill should always be kept in the house for cases of emergency 25C 50c and too Sold by all druggists l RILEY HOUSE B B RILEY Prop 2 LONDON KY r i HEADQUARTERS for Corn E mercial men Good Sainp1eRoorn and convenient to Depot j Rates 2 00 per day r he Veranda 4 Hotel I JOSEPH COFFEY PRQPR t Stanford Iy Specially equipped for traveling men Sample room on first floor Bathrooms free to guests RATES 200 per day 1HeT Frith Propr to ttecLatJhe Depotm 1RODHEAD KY GOOD LIVERY ATT Met all Trains Day a4 Traveling Men and Rai t men Solicited Will furnish Lunches for all I = t W M Francisco MONUMENTAL VORKS rpdbead Ky Granite antl Marble Monumentsh Ian4 romq tQl ALL WORK FIRSTCL4S SATISFACTIQN GIVEN r P A Pennington D D S MrD 5 DENTSt I N WCof Third SlciLOUISVILLE KY t Will be at MilJfer House Mt ernon during all Circuit Courts to write for our confidential letter before ap muneyVoJlrg PATENTS ENTIMMEDIATEFRthe legal service and advice and uurIcharges are moderate Try us SWIFT CO Patent Lawyers Opp US Patent Office Washington DCI Fast Trjj INew TO DOtIIuI UTAII ANDITHE PACIFIC COAST InieffeQt StindayjMay 19th The newftraili willleave St J ouisJ traInjtoThrough sleeping car service between StLopis San Francisco and Northwestern line that does a twice Excursion tickets dailyIFor further R T G Matthews T p A Louisville Ky tyM H C TOWNSEND GenlPassfc and Tkt Agt St Louiss Insurance of ilI 1kinds theSignarlolpce TF A MAN LIE To Yoilt 4pdsaysome other a1v I1Ie4u1 oi e BUCkICI3 Arruc 7 jl1i1uthirty 3 01L tlresIL Piles Burns Boils Cd Felons Ulcers CutsScaldsErju 6 Jt rrvir iip an l Skin Eruptions prove jts i CL and cheapest 250 at all u f l hu store J R1D VIDE REPqT iJ Whiles Cream Vermifuge h ahiEn a world wide reputnt as hc frthelest ol ail WOM destroyers and for its tonic iniln eivce eli weakand unthrifty cri dreu as it neutralizes the acidity sourness of the stomach Jmprptv tiicir digestion and assimilation food strengthens their nervoin s stem and restores them to the health vigor and elasticity of spirit nalur Lto childhood Sold batdruggists Lost Hair u My hair came out by the hand ncreepand it stopped the hair from com ing out and restored the color Mrs MD Gray No Salem Mass Theres a pleasure in offering such a prepara tion as Ayers Hair Vigor It gives to all who use it suchsatisfaction The hair becomes thicker longer softer and more glossy And you feel so secure in using suchan Jold and reliable prepara tionbfte All druggists If your druggist cannot ou scud us one dollar and we will eXliresJI namebfJ C AYER CO Lowell Mass MT VERNON DIRECTORY COURT CALENDAR COUNTY COURT Fourth Mon montiki MonIdCIRCUIT COURT Second Mon day in February Fourth Monday el1tembet Services it the Christian hurehPreuchi- ng 1st 3r Suudajsat 11 a m and at 730 p Sunday chool930 a iu every Sunday Prayer Meeting Every Thursday 730 pm The pulilie are cordially Invited to attend all services DAVID IIARTSFlELD f fJ Pastor Presbytellld i1ervjces on the 4th Sunday morning and eveniiijj Methodist will holdiservices at the pres byterian church on the 2nd Sunday morning and evening in tacIt li1onthIBaptist Church Saturday ni htand Sunday Sunday School at 9 m every Sunday Prayer meeting on Tuesday nights MASONIC MondaySMT VERNON Jt A CHAPTER No 140 MEETS every FOURTH MONDAY at2pm MACCABEES Vx K OT M TENT Xo 21 meets every 1st and 3rd Monday at 730 p Iii ilAS E jrOUK Com JJPINGItK ilROFESSIONAL 2 G G illiamsA1- ORNEYATLAW l y V1T VERNON KYIJBSrOFFJCE On 2rcl Tile Bank of Mt Vernon on Church street Special attention given to col1ectiollsIY M L MYERS Dentist iMT VERNON Ky FIRSTCLASS WORK OPFICEi Krueger new Jt bci- PHONE N 73 It tnffi JIiWffse HUGH MILLER PjROPRiST6R He adcitaartera for Co m rne1ciatren PorJter tr ali trains t 7 ItiIIIr I tIIXIitrI tiMltt CORNERY RIGHTS i IN SOCIETY f J By WALTER A TICE 6 5 Copyright 1901 by W A Tice K 99119 I I tO I KM IttyM 2 Major Wright had always been considered an odd old chap He invaria bly did those things which were titexpected and left undone those things tot which his friends felt they had a right to look Even on the Stock Ex change where he had amassed a for tune he speculated on lines dlrectlx opposed to current reports When he round that Bertram HU only son had incurred during his srSi lor year atcollege an uucouscionabh amount of debt instead of adopting customary parental tactics he prompt ly paid the bills aud doubled the young fellows allowance Let the boy have his fun he d dared This is ILls last year in c lege Why I sowed a few oats myself at that age and look at me now But when a few years later Bertram married Edith Byrne a favorite on the light opera stage family fritmi held their lirealh and waited for Uir deluge of fa Ihtrjy wrath Surol Major Vright who traced his geucal ogy to the Mnyrtiiucr vuald useeu ovwUWl this AiJstoeraUc hlood rsi ailIBut ii jalu dll ti majus punrl1 COltii U u2Iss usiri ilsclf lli rotfivi the biide vitli opcij arms Not so tf t sotii yt in which Wrlj Ii L had a1tLllOVctl tfisVv ativi itfilip wtlivuu1 Wlt hold fshid td suspfliii of szt LlV nat tLillili rA 11 aI taInd v iliiiitl itailyiy lt firmly to ivtevl yoiii M A HvVivt iu pf uI l lit ftthin if ijiijjrs wruoV uuui u lay has nO iri ll iWH Iladl17 it di J U1 tfl jiti f IIiIlu m l fn es 1 ii 1tt HY lid rtIrtrunu v uj ii T eo v MiS tgzt iiH- oii pia ed hiiy nlks oUt vorsi Jiori hi Si iLrrsVviU xfould v dI Tfitly lovtMiil alu fffilhij f rl pr uvtr Burt rams pros ptci vt1tj tan fluIJAs iir thi iiijur lit siVlied to grow yos rilu in Uu In ixurAthVg sotkty 01 his iiw tuiiml iMitghreiV who was- l iI aid dami ft1 arlml1il nr WI1l llI1t t12ZjV15t bi ICtllil rirjivcn IUT for winning bis To make ilii to nun hjpy bfcami huhhtt in life rheir wishes were tlst in the housihoM iiQ 4tlieli idKjor bocinu1 hor dtvou laetu the ixtiut that the slightrrt laclc oLatteiiLrOn ost lu part of nlla iiusbaud ayas promptly resented nail atoned foV by1 sbuie fyliCJite little Courtesy ou the parr of the fatlurin law i Egad sir be would say to his old cronies at the club you dont know litUtIAnd the men who met her agreed with Major Wright cordially and openly The women however con tinned to raise their lorgnettes and their shoulders when she passed by and carefully refrained from leaving cardsThe major for the time was so hapvy that ho did not notice the social ostiu eism to which the house of Wright was being subjected and the younger mem hers of the family were too thoughtful to bring the condition to his attention When he finally woke up to a realization of the situation he was quickly transformed into a mimic vol cano that is internally Outwardly he disdahuul to discuss the matter with any one least of all with the two peo pIe essential to his happiness Instead of talking he wrote out a handsome check and sent Mr and Mrs Bertram Wright abroad for the summer He felt sure some solution of the problem would present itself during their ab sence But alas the day of their homecom lug arrived and the doughty major realized that lie was no nearer st01I11I lug the social citadel than young couple had sailed for Europe In the society columns of the daily pa pers he had read that Mrs Edmund A Gilder was to give the first impbK tant social function of the ensuing sea son a dauciug party The Gilder ball room was the pride of the social world in which the Wrights had moved The elegance of the entertainment the ex elusiveness of the invitation list and the beauty of the youngest daughter who was to make her debut on this great occasion all furnished material for newspaper gossip And Major Wright sit in his library fingering an oblong creamy envelope directed to Major Winslow A Wright Only one invitation and Bertram and Ber trams sweet wife would be home that dayHe tossed the invitation on his desk and walked o11to ufflcstotinp- of lrntlJ s his warm loving heait Before lie settled down to busl nessg messenger appeared andhankth teiwrImmcaiatelJcorner Major Wright tore it open and read it hurriedly then again carefully and a third time ihoredeliberately than be fore These words met his yes Miear Wright orCod sake let me have BomeJO N and It1 rm short about 500 shares andttlI dont getthem Fin a ruined roan I will pay ay prlceMakeour own terms4 Yours A GILBEX Major Wright told the messenger to wai fiveinlnutc in the main office thoughtbardF 1ii it1 Whid ru morson e 1Jtleet that the firm ot Glider 4uIiWiosthoavlly in the lapeofa I3elgtuni vIi 1 fe5bit the llta 1if Je l it g9 == = z = nf 1DISINFECTING A 8HIPTh Koiit Heat a Tboroojth OtermtolAal Agent Is Used When the vessel has tied up to the frtanrf in Naw Orleans the first step ia tna removal of the bedding clothing and cushions and other cloth fabrics to the quarantine shed Here they are hung on a framework consisting of a series of racks suspended from a long car running on a track and so arranged thetwIi1e thing may be run inside one of the three great disinfecting cylinders with which the station is equipped These cylinders are enormous steel boilers fifty feet in length by eight feet In diameter and fitted insile with con tinuous coils of steam pipe The cylin ders are covered with asbestus and swathed in felt and when the cylinder caps are on they are airtight When the clothing has been placed inside and the cylinders close dry heat is forced through the pipes at a temperature of 180 degrees and this is followed by moist heat raised to a temperature of 230 degrees fill pressure of from six to eight piunds put upon this steam heat is sufiiciout to force it through heavy mattresses or bundles of cloth ing After a period which varies from thirty ininutos to an hour the cylinders are opened the racks are run out and the rKpid evaporation which follows causes the el thing to dry almost im mediately TIlt clothing is unharmed by this prociss 1u1 ijie moist beat is a thorough g rminth agent I t is an in terrat lug fact hat if i freshly launder ed linen shirt or collar is pnt into the cylinder it vjM emerge thoroughly moist and apparently in need of moth er starcliing Tla rviporatson isJ rap id however that it is immediately re stored to its drijtfn titconiilion not even the gloss firing reirfbveJ Leslies Monthly i YOKOHAMA BY NIGHT Lantern Tllnminriton InTcs the clty AJIjj iti I ioTA lOW of paper tantprns in the bind shadow of I wall is the first iniprts aba thfncwly arrived travcliT has of Yokohama ss he slops frosts his snu pan on to tin vliarf at mixhi The lanterns lianir loy mul alirsi motionless Inn M the word ricksha they Lijriri n svy tnd with a siliMit almost rhytlniiiwil moveiuont they come rnsliinir ovr l hint A moinent isIfor less than half a yci an hoi to 0111 vey him anywhc rt li s fancy may lead him lint yo win re hi will the Janttrn Is always then danirlin u1 swaying und tliiiily Hashing nItart of Yokohama It is a series of brjlit uj lip of Ior untlpr a tIotni less Ktarlii sky lzcsi by a Vot brcrze vhirji s ins half f rjp sea amfhalf of tIn ivts vith smillnj like people gliliiig about everywhere It hardly siints real It isnt fairyland exactly lute tt fairies art not snp1 posod to be always as ictui art these Japanese Certain it is few tiling anywhere in the thatI world can be more beautiful than tern lighted Yokohama As the occidental crosses the bridge over the canal from the foreign quar ter and enters the native city he sees u bewildering maze of lights Through fewIzcgltI1Itort of tangle of soft colored lights andIJevenand Express A Case of Quits Clerical Customer arousing himself from a nap in a barbers chair All through oh Harbor Yes sir quite some time 1140CIeileal Customer Indeed Then I must have been indulging in a quiet iI5 pBarlerYou surely have sir Clerical Customer It was certainly very kind of you uot to awaken me The rest has done me good and I am wasIa very g Barber Dont mention it sir Its only a fair return I attended servicG nt your church last SundayBoston Courier TipperI toward servants was well illustrated some years ago when he was at Bluff Point Lake Champlain He gave the driver of the break which daily ran to Au Sable Chasm 50 in two weeks and feed the other servants with like reck lessness The guests of the hotel grew very indignant because there was no getting along with the employees who almost literally fought among them selves to minister to the needs of the English actor and sadly neglected the rest of the guests Lady Help Aplenty t Mrs Rangle Ive advertised for a servant for a whole week with no re suitsMrs Cumso Well I advertised for a good looking lady help and had thirty our to select from the first dayBal timore Sun 1Rea17 For the experiment His Fiancee Are you sure you would iivo me just as tenderly it onrcondl tons were reversed ityou were rich and I were poor HeReverse our conditions and rjj- me Harlem Life Satan puts another gridiron on tfcs fire when he sees aman buying beet withthe money his wife earned a thiI gynshtub Chicago Newsr t = =re T t v 7TiiiiiiiiiiiiiipellScurecons rlr H but regular action cannot be secured until the liver P1lI- ir enough bite to malc The iiltejnes 1l cir natural functions j Unnltto l5i i icsusedbycashartucs Lr coirpeis h dI nd inceasin dscc QroE f ItLe rcsuits 0 r rr 43 wJ ii r Itt J j kt r fa dL r mfl J lhc res Chit f rEk znd Fever ndrevery f m I 1 et e Malarial Bilious Remitting apzilntr id nutting Fevers and by giag ts the Etri j trouble works perrianent cure 5gFIFTY CP it L t Sl r At ihrS L lav c 1 = == 2 ii 79und s j orneseekers t Excin Urt AT f LOW DAT TOTHE L W E S J lJ T 1 C k e t1 son S 1 e It a p 1 tt Tuesdays in MARCH APRIL and FA iiO 2i IIAlsoNorthwest and CJforruia Points Ss For Furthe r 1 r orLcfl r M 6 10 L GARRETT L J J Trev Pnss Agent Get1 leae totLOUiSVILLE KY J 5LR- 4SOU I Massey Business College I I LOUISVILLE KY ti 1 It is the leading Commercial School in Kentucky systematicI 100000 is ginto place our graduates in positions paying not less than 4500 per 3 month immediately + 4 Wo pay railroad fare to Ji 5 We refund graduation LouisiJleIipupil is not thoroughly satisfied + Write for Ele att and Special Discounts + fi + + +iJi If + + ItII i CA RO TISOOHO AN INQIAN TERLg49 I Are bst reacieI by the Co ton cit ich Iine runs two trainshday Ito M mphi to Texas I without change Nhese t i s ci er reach direct or make close oonnecljo for parts of Texas O14ahoTi ci andlndianTerritorx N If you want to fin a good borne in Texas where biif crops are raised and where people prosper write for a copy of OUI handsome booklets Homes in the South west and Through XiS with anybodycondition- NEED MORE HELP Often the overtaxed organs of digestion cry out for help by Dys pepsias pains Nausea Dizziness Headaches liver complaints bowel disorders Such troubles call for- prompt use of Dr Kings New Life Pills They are gentle thorough and guaranteed to cure 25C at all druggists drug store IA settlement was made at Chicago with shorts on July coin Tiffs virtualljvends the cornet I f 0 J i i to + nb i WHY 4 You should talte a Course at the Dt upon graduation students upon Catalogue IIICTLTUEmbalmer Complete LINE of Caskets Robes c T Orders by Telephone attend ed promptly Stanford Ky July 1 8 ti m