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T ass rs t i r ii oun r eru u 1 VOLUME XVI MT VERNON OCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 3 1902 NUMBER 1 5 TELL MY FRIENDS TO BE BRAVE AND FEARLESS AND LOYAL TO THE GREAT COMMON PEOPLE iiDOKnow YOU CAN Buy Bakers No I Flour 225 per hundred Bakers White Swan FIOl1O a zs per hundred Meat WJL I23cents Sugar per pound r vr t 5cents Arbuckles Coffee per poundc- lLo ro cents Green Coffees per pound 8 z3 to zo cents Baking Soda per pound 2 I2 cents Q go to Lion CRAB ORCHARD 0Bud Payne made a shoat visit to homefolks Saturday and Sundayv John Shaw Hdmiston of McKinney is visiting his brother Dr Va J Edmiston The bride and groom Mr and Mrs Tatum have returned and are at with his mother Dr and Mrs Stapparenningling Tvith friends here after an absence of several months Miss Myrtle Stubblefield of Lon don is visiting the Misses Holmes daughters of Mrs E Dick Miss Dessie Albright passed through a few days ago to visit her sister Mrs Gentry at Lebanon Junction Miss Averilla Livingston who spent several months in New Al bany Ind has returned to he home here We have a photographer in tow nova W W Greer having pitched his tent on the corner of Main and Stanford streets Mrs J W Cook of Westport Ind who hasbeen with her mother Mrs Gaumby for several weeks returned home Sunday J F Manuel the barber who had his sbpp next door to the post office has moved about 100 yards north still on J Main street Miss Mattie Beasley has just re turned from a pleasant visit to her brother Dr Walter Beasley another d friends in Lancaster Mark Holmes and son Donald and daughter Miss Jean are making their annual visit to Rockford Ill where they have many friends George Hunt and Miss Mar James of Cedar Creek went to Stanford on the 25th of September and were married in the cour hue Jordan Middleton son of S Middleton the oil man left here several months since writes to his friends that he is in Oregon fish ing and killing deer He says is making 3 per day selling h gamePhil Pettus son of Dr J D Pet lus who lived last year in Garraia county and got so badly scared u when the cyclone struck him and blew aU his chickens away has returned to his native town and livingwith his father Monday evening the 2qtb Cam bell Alexander who was about fifty years old and made his home with his brotherinlaw Wm Stuart was walking through the yard a fell He managed to get upat went into the porch and sat ow said he felt very badly He w helped into the house and put on a feed but was dead before they could get a doctor The physicia pronounced it heart dropsy was apparently a stout man of his dime tieforebediedO i LONDON The county Sunday school con- ention met here last Sunday The State secretary Fox was present delivered an interesting ad dressThe Democratic convention held Corbin Tuesday resulted in the nomination of J B Harrison of Wayne county for Congress of the Eleventh district The smallpox has again visited London Geo Eewell is the vic tim He had been to Washington taking an examination for the office of Second Lieutenant in the army where he contracted the disease The Pioneer Oil Gas Co or ganized at this place has secured a lease on aboundary of land in Knox county lying in the immediate Richrland not far from where the pipe favorable for this company Frank Brady who was seriously cut on i3th died Sept 28 A child of Frank Dyre died Sun day last The wife of James Nelse Bullock died Sept 15 and was buried atI Line Creek church A M Pitman the Bloss corres pondent was in Mt Vernon Mon day Rev Harper fillled his appoint ment Saturday and Sunday W P Hood sold his crop and moved to Somerset yDO YOU WANT TO YAWN Feel cold shiverings aching i great symptoms ache high fever extrenie nervous ness a condition known as malria Herbine cures it Take it WI work a cure In any stage J A Hopkins Manchester Kan vritesuI have used your great years There is nothing better for malaria chills and fever headache- is billiousiiesSj and for a b oodpurify ing tonic there nothing as good 15oc at all drugstores His Preference Would you Eke to be President asked the youngke the Presidents little boy And why name In the papers IdonJv- r scratched my nose or ha my pic ture then Chicago N ews r w c CONWAYo W D Kelton was in Richmond Monday D C Pullins was in Paint Lick Monday on business Mrs Polina Shockley was here from Berea last week Mr and Mrs Harrison Branna man were in Berea Sunday John Blazer of Scaffold Cane was in our village Tuesday on business John Sigman and wife were in Bererea Sunday visiting relatives- L L Jarrett of Brodhead was Mr and Mrs Robert ofr Scaffold Cane were in Berea last MondayR Johnson was here from Richmondwith his family Saturday and A party of U S Surveyors are J is holding services at Scaffold Cane was in Berea Tuesday F M Carter the oil wizzard of Cartcrsville was here last Saturday and took in the show Sam Mason and Luther Fish bought some nice cattle from J C j Guinn and others this week price unknown I understand that Uncle INim rod Kelton has laid in his wintetst meat and taken the gun home he had borrowed T J Hayes went to the show In IU daughter performed U S Berry has finally stepped from behind his big plow and is neighbors sugar cane Frank Adams was here last Saturda and give a nice little show which captured most of the minds of our little town The Rev J W Peterson will commence on the 24 of Oct and give twelve sermons 4We are in hopes that a good attendance will be had Mr and Mrs Jesse Dykes were in Richmond Monday f o see Dr Gibson with their little daughter witgh scarlet feve- rGuestSee i here waiter youve charged me5 forthis steak while its listed on the bill of fare at 2 WaiterYes sir You see sit the price of beef went up while tire steak was oh the fire I t 2 0t D s4 DQVV YOU Understand YOU CAN Buy fine Suits from 3 to 650 300Childrens j from 1 S 3 12 to 5 cents Good Brown Domestic ag 5 cents Shoes from 75 cents up Womens Shoes from 25 cents up i- Lion Coffee cents ForAbove Bargains Coffee gcentsa ii BAKERS Great Bargain Establishment Mt Verno KyVV I shg seemsn1BLOSS antheadA thougis severalP parka basyH wasjhere ofl1spokes Sundayt 11tl especiald hise Mens Calicos Mens Land Stock and Crop o Wheat went to 95 cents Tuesday which is higher than it has been since 1898 Earl Ferguson has purchased HIThe Woodford Sun says there is a disposition among the farmers of that county to sow less wheat and more barley this fall Oliver Howell sole to Rogers Anderson a car load of 1350 pound cattle at 510 per hundred 1Seventyfive barrel ofnew sold at 150 in Bath county ast week Another lot of two hundred barrels sold at 2 per bar el to be delivered Mt Sterling GazetteJudge Hughes bought 34 1000 pound cattle from Ben Sanders at cents Mr Sanders will take them back November ist at5U cents Mr Sanders says good cat ie wont bring less than 6 cents between now and Christmas but next year cattle thatare now bringing 7 cents will sell for 5 cents Harrodsburg Herald Thos F Dunlap of neat Fay wood bought a bunch of 50 mules from BoHtp Bros of Mercer at ioo each F P Lairbought 52 stock hogs of Will Hawkins Lar kin Garnett and Bush Bishop at 6j4 cents Charley Carroll sold abuneh of 40 hogs to Talbott Co at 680Clarlie Talbott of Jacksonville sold to Lair Houston 20 fat hogs at 63centsJos Evans of Newtown vicinity bought of George and James Levi of Harrison county 7 yearlin calves atz3 per headCYnthran DemocratJ sold 52 common stock sheep Monday to Sanders Hunter at 140 a headJohn F Cohen sold 16 short year1i gcalvesI Monday to John B 2550 per head Ernest Dtiulapj bought 17 head of ioooIb feeding cattle from A F Shouse of Fay ette county at 460 to go NovemberA fine young Here lord bull of WL Graddys died last week at Hardin Fields farm from eating clover that had been frosted AB Johnson of neat Mortonsville sold 6 calves to S Nt Branhanl at 1760 each 3 calves to W A Boston at 17 and 7 r M Hifaer at i8W L Ar nold bought Monday from Simeon Weil 50 good grade yearling cattle at tj cts the seller retaining an option on the purchase for the lat ter part of June i9O3 WoodforJ urn 5 0 v QUAIL o James Thompson has arrived from Indiana John Carson sold to Patent Padgett a farm for 250 Mrs Martha Brown is somewhat improved since our last letter We were ble ssed with a good rain but not enough by any means yet A number of mule colts have been sold out of this vicinity at prices ranging from 25 to 50 D R Centry was in Jessamine last week hunting a location He will possibly move to that county W G Proctor Dr Proctor and family were in Louisville last week attending the State fair They report an excellent time RELIGIOUS o Rev James Riddle closed a pro tracted meeting at Chestnut Ridge Sunday night with I4 additions 12 being baptized Rev Hartsfield will begin a meeting at Maretburg on Monday night October 6th to continue until Saturday October iSth Elder J L Davis will preach at Buckeye church on Saturday Oct 4th nt 3 oclock p m He will also preach on Lords day morning atthe Purcell school house Oct 5 that 10 oclock a m All are cordially invited to come out and har the gospel in its simplicity 4IT GOES RIGHTTO THE SPOT When pain or irritation exists on any part of the body the applica tion of Ballards Snow Liniment goesgmanawho was rubbing it in to cure his rheumatism C R Smith Propr Smith House Tenaho Texas writes 1 have used Ballards Snow Liniment in my family for several years and have found it to be a fine remedy for all aches and pain and I recommend it for pains in the throat and chest 25c 5oc druggistsnMart Collier convicted of pois oning fourteen personsat Bedford Ind was sentenced to from three Ito fourteen penitentiary years in the Michigan OUT OF DEATHS JAWS nearkPII1 r trouble that I had suffered with for years writes P Muse Durham N CCI Dr Kings New Life Pills sav edmy life and gave perfect health Best pills on earth and only2Sc at duggisls drugstore POLITICS and POLITICIANS 0aPresident Roosevelt signed the order for a Philippine census u Simeon Cook of Shelby has an nounced for commissioner of agriVcultureJ Frazee of Maysville has announced as a candidate for Com mssioner of Agriculture on the democratic ticket Anyhow ifDavid B Kill doesnt s land himself in the Presidency he is likely to do a great deal to put some other Democrat thereInn quires The Connecticut StatedenwcraticVV convention nominated a fnll ticketrand in adqpting a platform refused to make any referene to the Kan sas City declaration The civil service commission has dismissed as unfounded the charges recently filed at the instance of Col D G Colson against Representa tive Boreing and Dr Edwards and Geo Young of Lebanon Gen Russell A Alger was in dorsed for United Ltates Senator r in the Michigan State judicial con vention The forces of Setter M Ferry resisted indorsing anyone but were defeated by a vote of 588 to 427 Speaker Henderson who is now at Atlanta City declares the repub licans will soon have enough of such disastrous medicine as they propose to administer to cure the trust evil He said the presidents Cincinnati speech was splendid IV The democrats of the Eleventh district met in convention at Cor bin Tuesday and nominated Mr JP Hart icon of Wayne county as their standard bearer Mr Har rison is a young man of excep tional ability and will no doubtVrT ceive alarge vote in the Eleventh A Shelbyville dispatch says that W Lawson Sumrall the republi can nominee for Congress in this district was there for sever 1 days last week He came to get acquainted with the people and look over the situation which he found anything but fattening from are publican standpoint While there the gave out that he intended to conduct t a vigorous campaign s for L MOTHERS Y v Who would keep their children in good health should watch for the first symptoms of worms and remove them with Whites Cream Vermifuge It is the children s best tonic It gets digestion at work SO that their food does them good Und they grow up healtliyf Taud strong 25eatall druggists 2f R t fiUtyernon Signal t FRIDAY OCTOBER 3 1902 it IsPublished every Friday by DGAR s ALBRIGHTto L J SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO HJ I Advertising rates made known on A application DEMOCRATIC TICKET r 0 FOR CONGRESS i HON GEORGE G GILBERT OF SHELBY H H HENNINGER- f Of Wayne county is a candidate for State Treasurer subject to the action of the Demoaratic party Wo are authorized to announce the HON T Z MORROW As a candidate for Circuit Judge in this the Twentyeighth Judicial district sub tojcct to any action of the Republican party THE edict has been sent forth 1iat the tariff must be let alone and thatthe Republican party wil i defendthe Dingley bill against all f iI comers There can no longer b any doubt No one will now standv 0 witti the Republican party believ ing that that party stands for tariff k revision It stands committed to the present tariff Although the tPhiladelPllia Press itself a staunch organ and exPostmaster General r Smiths own paper trying to get into the tariff revision baud wagon which it thought would head the itiprocession has said that the declar ation of the Iowa platform rep resented the progressive element ofthe party and although the Re publican organs throughout the j cOuntry echoed the same sentiment l the Baltimore American going so far as to brand the present tariff as tariff for trusts only the adminis t tration has seen fit to ignore thi t just demand It has seen fit to ally itself with the forces that ar e i oPposedtoanY1evisioDwhateer t of the tariff And you may look the country over and you will see that the Trusts are without exce tion the strongest opponents tariff revision The President appears to be hostile to the Trusts He seems to want to strike them bljew He pronounces them menace to our government says he is seeking a remedy for the evils of the Trusts He professes to be after them with all of h- I i rough rider determination Slit regrettable as is the neces sit pr the people will have to ask themselvesthe question is he sin iccrej He cannot be the statesman the people give him credit for being and be blind to the fact that the tariff fosters Trusts The Iowa farmers see that Republican conventions have declared that the tariff fosters Trusts and shelters monopoly Until the President admits those facts facts enunciated y iby his own party he will have to see his motives questioned The leaders refuse the direct reiiiedy the effective remedy tl immediate remedy and pretend to be looking for something else They cannot in doing so escape s the imputation the just that they are putting up a game in which the people are t victims Tariff revision is absolutely t first step in the fight against the Trusts That party which ignores it4allies with the Trusts it pr tends to fight and all of its talk mere buncombe 7 TIE SIGNAL is 15 years old dY o Its publication was begun i i3fe James Maret was its first editor W R Cress was next in charge After him came J W a Brown E B and James Maret f a time then E B Smith too w charge and ran the paper under the name of Mt Vernon eagle until Oct 1896 when he sold the pla r to James Maret who held the hel rn until December ist 1 899 when t present owner took charge At 7 gether the paper has had Pret MalI sailing though like other btis sorty1e 7 45f heavy jolts along the line but it still lives Opposition papers that have been started to down it found a rocky road and didnt travel long nor far The SIGNAL has the storms andison a firm basis today and we are excusable in using the old hackneyed phrase weve come to stay REVISION AND ANTIREVIS ION REPUBLICANSt 0 Not only does the abdication of the Speaker because of the tariff reviews of his constituents show division and schisms in the rank of his party but the following ut terances from Republican sources show it as well REVISION Shall we continue a tariff on articles that yield no revenues need no protection and are articles of export How can such a policy be defended It simply inures to the benefit of those who secure control of any such commodity since by its aid they can fix exor bitant prices in the domestic mar ket Congressman Babcock ayiinvolvs adjustments of the tariffon Seceretary of War Root We favor any modification sf the tariff schedules as will prevent their affording shelter to mouop slyIowa Republican Platform It must be confessed that it many instances protection has been made superfluous so far as the WhII f industry are con cerned OPPRESSIVE SO FAR AS THE PEOPLE ARE CONCERNED Baltimore American Rep The people who cast the votes have the power to enforce the or der that they be protected against foreign business rivals whom they are already underselling in the foreign market And every proofs of the misapplication of the high tariff system such as Mr Schwab furnishes will incite the voters to xercise their authority at the pollsExPostmaster Genera Warnimaker ofWe favor such revision of the as will place upon the free list every article and product con monopolyIdahoa plgtforma dHenot take matter in hand and ad just our tariff to prevent inequah sties and abuses we shall not have the opportunity Mr Foss the Republican candidate for Congress in the Eleventh Massrchusetts DistrictThere seems to be but one way to deal with Trusts honestly an that involves the adjustment of th tariff on the products of the Trusts Secretary Root ANTIREVISION I have never advocated putting Trust goods on the free list nor do I know any Republican who has We have always antagonized this proposition which is of Democrat ic origin Chairman Babcock- le Tariff revision is neither a lo foal nor expedient way to get a the Trusts Congressman Little field adminisff tlihee i toIemake an issue out of the allegation that the manufacturers are selling goods cheaper abroad than at home BabcockiSIt would he suicidal to revise the tariff Congressman Hopkins There will be no revision of then tariff Aurhorized statement given to the press by the President t after the conference at Oyster Bay The Republicans willnot re comingkg Congress Representative Can non Chairman of the Appropria 11Jion Committee of the House of Representatives heThe real evils connected with byyIy dent Roosevelt in his recent speed cat 11cmllat1 it J r From the above expressions of leading Republicans it is manifest that there i5 a difference of opinion vhichtthehandle the tariff and Trust ques ton during this campaign The decision of the Oyster coufer IIoflie revision of the tariff is forcing people of the country to think that the Trusts have been some what influential in revising the Presidents opinions and editing the Republican tariff revisionists past present and future political statements The President says All insincere advocacy of the impossible is dangerous Which side of the expressions is dangerous The revision is dangerous to the Trus- alone and the antirevision to the people only Is there a lice of de 111arca ion upon which the Repub licans can stand The echo answers noneSCRAPS 0 BY JET It is better to avoid the faults of another than to talk about them One gossip in a neighborhood is enough to keep everybody by the ears You cannot make a fortune by grumbling about the success of other people lMr Straitl ace Awful to se Indians drink so isnt it Prison Pets You bet Its a clean waste o good liquor J Pierpont Morgan will not an uihilate President Roosevelt durin the next 10 davs At least he ought not to ump tin a cripple When two judges decide th same question differently gild third finds them both wrong men naturally marvel as to the myste rious processes of legal reasoning tThe Mayor of Brookfield Mo has threatened to fine every one in that city 25 who allows a weed to row over six enches high on the 1premisses Such a rule enforce- in Mt Vernon would sendmany of us to the county poor farm The Presidents hurt was not bad enough to give the doctors half a chance Cin Enquirer Well just wait and see Too notch doctors of the brand who have waitee upou wounded pees dents and other noted personages in the past have shown their skill to rather a disadvantage Presi dent Roosevelt is not out of tjCi woods yet The eagle was first used on American coins in 1788 on cents 1and half cents issued from the Mae sachusetts mint It was adopted in the plan of a national coinage as a design upon all gold coins and on the silver dollar half dollar and quarter dollar The design of the eagle was at one time suggested for the national flag but was aban doned A company has been formed at Lafayette Ind to manufacture a pocket telephone The receiver ravid transmitter are so shaped as tot fit the mouth and ear An alu inmuni box is fastened to a tele phone pole a key fits this box and when instated calls the telepho exchange The caller gives the number he wants and the inser tiou of his key cuts off all persons on the line until he is through A Kansas wido i er who got ma ried again in two weeks after h wife died went out and tried to hush up the charivari crowd by tel ling them that they ought to be ashamed to make such a noise around a house where a funeral had Declined so lately This is pretty near equal to the story a fellow who killed both his father and his mother and then plead e d for mercy on the ground that was an orphan Out in California an irrigation ditch was beingdug and iron jipe for it was strung along the line to be placed in it When the men began to lay the pipe they were found to be full of rabbits An ex animation showed every pipe to be- inhabited The rabbits foundthey h I were safe from hawks and animals which payed upon them andtookI refuge in the pipes The men failed to scare the rabbits out by a beatinG on the pipe so tried smok inglheni but the bunnies weret crowded in so tight the smoke finallyIA drunken man staggered into a church one Sunday and sal down in the pew of one of the deacons The preacher was discoursing about prevalent popular vices theIwas just far enough gone to think the call personal so rising heavily replied Here I am and remain ed standing while the drunkards character and fate were eloquently latertthe preacher reached another head of his discourse and asked Where is the hypocrit Gently nudging his neighbor they drunkard said in an audible whisper yourtbiSlime The Wayland Horn e stead give the following condition of crops on the sand ridge in Clark cotin tyMo t The corn on the sand ridge is getting nerrly thirty feet high with aiTearat each joint It is feared that thee ears cant mature because thestalks take up so much room and if they do the corn will have toe be shelled at the yaw mills as or dinary elevators cant handle their size Then there are those big ap ple trees hangiug full of jucy fruit cabbage as big as a Colorado mown sg fastthat the boys cant keep up and everybodys getting as fat as Col Shouse the colonel had to mosquiatoes are as as are so hungry for lean meat that when fellow came back from Ohio h had to be kept in a wire cage a few days to prevent the mosquitoes from eating him upbones and all idtThe people of Ohio county should for their loyalty to the Home Telephone Company Four years ago some of our enterprising citizens recognizing the need for a telephone system i Illonerpand in au exchange in 1Hartford with lines reaching out to every important section of th county Soon after the organiza lion of the Home Company Cumberland Telephone cz Tele graph Company a foreign corpora tion entered the field and offered various inducements to our peoples to give their patronage to that company but Ohio county people very sensibly reserved their patronage to the Home Company It is fortunate for Ohio county people that they took this sensible view of situation If the Home Company were out of the way this foreign corpoaation would rats their toll rate to prices exacted i other towns where it has no comp tition The Home Company is ownedand operated by home peo pie and should have the patronage e of home people THE COLLEGE NEWS leOne month of the term has gone The class in Caesar is just learning that All Gaul is divided into three parts Nevertheless some are o the opinion that there is some gall that never should be divided forthise erection a o asking the authorities in this ma ter to expedite the business being circulated by Mr F Krue ger and others this week1sl Dormitory ought to be pushed caPtwatofing presentation of Dickens Christ mas Carol at the College chapel charhacters were adroitly impersonated and the highest degree of anima tion was thrown into the unique scenes which characterize Dickens writings It was a pity so many did not hear the announcement of this entertainment Prof Hale will com realizeba snug little dfviMghd frointhe i c 6 ceiptH i 1 4 BRODHBADV Born to the wife of John Robins boy vUncle Dan Holman was in town rethisMrs John Newland is visiting in Cincinnati Rev Livingston filled his regular appointment at the Christian church Sunday A E Albright and wife were in Cincinnati this week F L Thompson was with our merchants Wednesday W H Pettus visited homefolks at PreachersvilleVTuesday J fI Albright is in Adair county in the interest of the Latch Co Mrs F Francisco went to Hazel Patch Wednesday to visit her daughter Miss Many Dtirmau spent Sun day with Miss Sallie Purcelland Mrs Lou Purcell v Mr and Mrs John Fowjer were made glad Sunday over the arrival of a laughter at their home Miss Etta Pike the eldest dough ter of R Pr Pike left lrotlda Jar 1l1essrsand families attended the funeral of tilts Dr OBannon at Stanford TuesdayJ Wallen left Tuesday for Arkansas where he has a position as collector for the Wrought Iro Range Co An ice cream and oyster given by Miss Neville Carson was enjoyed by many young people Saturday night A B Furnish and W H Krue inaour town Saturday night Archie the young widow says come again 8 W1LDIE oaeOscar Hayes has entered school at BereaW Hammond was down from Disputanta Monday Charles Bowlin went to Panola Tuesday to buck staves 35ke Dooley and family were u from Withers TuesdayI L C Smith went to Richmond on a business trip Tuesday 1DIEDThe infant son of Mr J C Wood and wife Monday eve Sam Mason was up from Mad son first of the week buying cattle Boweer were in Cincinnati first of the week eRev Hartsfield filled his regular appointment here Saturday and Sunday Uncle John Pennington went to Richmond Tuesday returning Wednesday Rev Hampton was over from Jackson county first of the week buying cattle Mdss Alma Brooks of Lafallette Tennessee has been visiting friends here this week yonnI put paper will have it put in Mrs Dr Albright of Barbour ville has been visiting the fannil of A W Stewart the past two weeksWe had the honor and pleasureI of emg at a big a dinner a big baptising and a big wedding last Sunday fJoe Gatiiff and Miss Lizzie Mc Guire were married Sunday evening at the residence of Mr and Mrs William McGuire on East side of county tOur merchants have returned- s from the city where they have been buying goods andiron we have three as full and pretty stores as there are iu the countyI The EGGS the coffee roaster uses to glaze his coffee with would vou eat that kind of eggs Then why drink them Lion Coffeeh- as no coating of storage eggs give etc is coffeepure r Unadulterated fresh strong and of delightful flavor aromaI quality and JroshnQHs are Insured by tea sealed package Y SOf rCja r 71 1 iif L it Like the running brock the blood that flows ttiCllrrlLilY veins has tb somewhere V the springs of red blood ar found in the soft Goirorf the bones called the marrow ncr some say red blood also come3 from the spleen Healthy bony marrow and healthy spleen are full of fat Scotts Emulsion makes new blood by feeding the bone marrow and the spleen with the richest of all fats the pureicod liver oil For pale school girls and invalids and for all whose blood is thin and pale Scotts Emulsion is a pleasant and rich blood food Jnot only feeds the blocdAViang organs but gives them Strength to dot their proper work Scud for free sample SCOTT i nOW E Chemist 49415 Itarl Street New Yorlrn sue tuil ioo all druggists T EWS ITEfilS 0 The State of Kentuckyreceive an additional 5290003 making total of 12086069 to be devided among the officers and soldiers of the Frst Second and Third Ken tucky regiments The Fourth Kentucky regiment receives no 1fthis because it was not one of the State Guard regiments- s Director Geo E Roberts of the United States Mint has made a final estimate of the production of gold and slyer in the United States in the year rgoi the amount being 111795100 The value of gold produced was 78660700 and of silver 33128400 This seems to be an enormous sum to be dug from the earth in twenty States and Territories but the farmers of a single State like Iowo produce from the soil double that amount in value every yea A disastrous freight wreck with a loss of several lives occured at liti WyoP in London that the British and American tobacco interests have merged and will seek to dominate the tobacco trade of the worldyAfter holding a meeting of Iris cabinet President Roosevelt wired an invitation Tuesday to the coal road presidents of the anthracite region and to president Mitchell of the miners union to meet him inn Washington today at a m for a conference looking to the end ing of the long strike G Cte Jellies spreLdJil PURE REf E 1P R FFi iS ITJ wa win keep them absolutely moisture and cga PurNReHaedYaraLineisalsosa earo1 package r4STANDARD OIL CO BlackiILjCl JI have used your Hair Vigor rearIylB stores the original color tc gray J hair It keeps juy hair jii Mrs j Helen Kilkenny NenPorl trd Me oqou Ayers Hair Vigor has 1 Ibeen restoring ril+ r to a hair for fifty years I it never fails o dorIand work either You can rely upon it i hairIifrom falling for hePfn1scalp clean nrui for j making your hair g ov SIC3 a tattle11nra I ir If yon dnigjriat canwt lV tv you 1Iyou a sure t pnuio Poiyour ucrest cxrr i5i ufik v Wiciw J C AYEK CO Lor elf MSS t r7 r Mt Vernon Signal MT VERNON KY OCT 3 1902 79 Call up No 79 when Sou worst to Communicate with SIGNAL 79 G L I LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RR Co TIME TABLEJ 24 north 1055 a m 26 north io4am 23 southr L 200 p rr 35 South 139 a in TAS IANDRUW Agent Phone No 53 Entered at the Mt Vernuj Ky PostoSce us sec oaa class mall matter ri ooPERSONALS IV o 1 V v Miss Beulah Smith Chas tv hog fevert rAtty John W Brown is in Lou isville today v Mr JamesCloucher is here on a visit to friends Fish was over at Crab JOrchard Monday Charley Whitehead was in W liamsburg Sundayi nv I James Maret made a business trip to Stanford Monday 4U 4ring a big line of flew goods Atty JR L Brown of Somerset washere a short while Wednesday C B Henderson L N brake man spent Tuesday with home folks Misses Helen and Celia Smith of Paint Lick visited relatives here this week Senator John L Whitehead will arrive Sunday to see his sisterI Miss Clara Joshua Parrett of Jackson coun- tyi has rented W B Whiteheads farm near CoveJ C C Williams was in London Wednesday looking after some legal matters R A Welsh and little daughter Margarite are visiting relatives in Louisville this week J W Smith has a force cutting cedar which he bought on the lands of G S Griffin and G C FishI John Renner who has been loca ted at Akard Mo for some time past is back on a visit to home folksSquire J N Brown H J Mul lins and J W Baker are three good substantial citizens who were here Tuesday Mrs Emma Fish and daughter Miss Margarite are visiting her son John H Fish at Edgefield Junction Tenn John Graves who was very badly cut up in a fight about a week ago isimproving and r the doctor says will recover r Mrs Logan Salyers died at her home in Livingston last Friday morning after an illness of two weeks of typhoid fever Mr and Mrs W J Sparks and Mrand Mrs J Bethurum will i leave today for Washington City taattend the G A R reunion H H Henniuger of Wayne county democratic candidate for State Treasurer stopped here a short while Monday while en route to Corbin to attend the con ventiont which met there Tuesday to nominate a candidate for Congress in the Eleventh district We will have more to say of Mr Hen nin ej and his candidacy later rT 0 LOCALS TBeasley Co Stanford will furnish coffins caskets and robes on short notice septJ93t Mr Z T Hansel has bought of W Baker his property in the northerripart of town for which he paid 500 We are glad to wel come Mr Hansel as a citizen of on town The wise man has his clothe- made toorder They look better feel better and in the end are cheaper than Teadyx made goods Cox youLr STSATSSS BBOS Chicagor- L s 7 jI Beasley Co Stanford for fur niture carpets rugsetc sept 193t GiadinS on Brush creek railroad is progressing Contractors expect to finish in next sixty days r Ml Vernon will have a canning factory next season if U G Baker remains in his present notion wadeIterday S C Franklin shipped Wednes day 5000 ginseng roots to parties in Central Kentucky some going to Ohio MARRIED Ezra Shivel and Miss Maggie Butcher were married in the court house Wednesday byI Judge Lewis Mr R1L Baker says that J J J McCall has done the best work on his section of the load ofany over t Seer in the con ty W Powell Hale reciter and en tertainer was at the College chapel Tuesday It was an evening of enjoyment to all who attended MARRIEDMr W S Taylor and Miss Maggie Walters were married Wednesday at the home of Mr G S Griffin the Rev J W Riddle officiating This office has just printed notices of a call for the 4th annual meeting of the Kentucky Independent Telephone Association which takesplace in Louisville on Oct a 28th and 29th Supt of Public Instructions H V McChesney has notified Supt Ballard that there will be a special examination for State Teachers certificates held in his office at Frankfort on Friday and Saturday October 10 and Ilth- OPENING On Saturday Oct nth you are cordially invited to come and see my display of stylish Fall and Winter Hats Furs Gloves Combs etc Everything the latest on the market Respectfully I MRS SALLIE WIWIMS Sheriff H L Tate and deputy sheriffs G W Clark and R L McFerron took four to the pen last Saturday Wyatt Allen for murder Y 7arsHaIP Mize manslaughter 2 years Silas Hardin housebreak iug i year and John Burnside colored stealing i year The Bank of Mt Vernon will about the loth of this month de clare a y percent dividend besides carrying over 3 per cent to the surplus This is sufficient evidence in which IIibusiness W F McClary has sold his farmI near town to Mr Jonas McKenzie price paid 200000 Mr McClary has bought a farm near Jamestown Ind and will move to theJ Hoosier state sometime in November It will be with much re gret that the people of Mt Vernon and vicinity loose him from our number The following which has been preserved for nearly a century winI doubtless be of much int rest es pecially to the older cftizwis some of whom were acquainte with the parties Know all meuJ y these presents that I Thos Rowe of Orange county and StaVe of Virginia for the consideration of fifty dol lars in hand paid have this d i bargained and sold unto Ricb Williams of said county and State one negro man slave by the name of Captain two beds and furnicure twelve chairs two tables oneI chest and one cow and yearling and heifer which slave and other prop erty I do hereby warrant to main tain sufficient right and title to the said Richard Williams his minlstratorr s and assigns from the claim or persoiissi 1i have liereunto to set ray hand and seal thjs 23rd day of April 1808 SV THOS ROWK CadtonRowft i s j = U Z tMWalter Southards and Mis Ma tibia Stokes were married here yesterday morning JSTW ANTED Old iron 25C per hundred for it delivered at HOUK ADAMS big rick on Main street Mt Vernon Ky Beasley Co Stanford always keep on hand a full supply of the latest style furniture They can please yoi in quality and prices septi93t FOR SALE OR TRADESome- good work horses and one good saddle mare r II ALBRIGHT sept 193 t Brodhead Ky For the one hundred and steenth time the attention of telephone users is called to the importance of ringing off Olead the instructions on directory When through talking RING OFF OFFICERSAt a meeting bf the stockholders of The Bank of Mt Vernon on last Saturday the follow ing officers were elected for theI next year C C Williams Presi dent J T Adams Vicepresident and W L Richards Cashier The directors are Jonas McKenzie Geo Livesay A T Fish S H Martin Rod Perry Vincent Boreing and J E Houk A numberit Rockcastle boys will be pleased to read the follow ing lThe controller of the treasury sustained the contention of Capt C C Calhoun relative to Kentuckys Spanish war claim and warrant for 120860 63 an excess of 52900 03 over the original allowance was drawn en the Unit ed States Treasury The money will be disbursed to the officers and men of the first three Kentucky regiments about Christmas each private receiving approximately 50 Wednesday was the Jewish New Year It was the 5663rd since the beginning creation and was cel ebrated all over the world as it is a day of great rejoicing among the Hebrews The orthodox Jews celebrate the occasion by holding services from sundown Wediiesdaj until sundown tonight Friday the Reform Jews held services for only the first twentyfour hours Today Yum Kipper the Jewish day of attonemeut and the most sacred day in the Hebrew year will be celebrated during which time the orthodox Jews will fast and pray GOOD ROADS CONVENTIONAr rangements for the Good Roads Convention which will beheld in Lexington October 2ist and 22nd were made Friday by the Execu KentuckyI that each County Judge each commercial organization and each Mayor in the State be requested to appoint five delegates to the Conven don All manufacturers of road machinery are invited to send their representatives to the Convention and exhibit their machines The local committees in Lexington will arrange for the building of sample road near that city during the prog ress of the Convention OBANNON Mrs Dr W B OBannon died at Stanford Sunday night after an illness of five weeks Mrs OBannon was Miss Ellen Frith of Brodhead a sister of T S and L G Frith Early in life she united with the Christian church and was a consistant follower and a most untiring worker in the goodlSheleaves a husband two sons and two daughter A portion of the death notice in Interior Journal reads Saturday night the good woman called husband and children to her bedside and after short talktold then all good hye It was A Apathetic svelte and one that wil1 linger long in themerna ries of that family Shortly after noon Sunday she sank into uucou ciousness from which she never irevived After services at tile f ChrisriaTi church at 10 oclock this Imornhvld B JiPinkerton the remains Bufialtveeo Springs Cemetery r l6dLttPtF3rtF Y7ieLS3 We have been informed that our 1 report df the trouble between John Graves and Mitchell Norton as given in our last issue was in part incorrect We stated that Robt Norton Mitchells son got Graves pistol and shot him with it which is a inisakc He shot Graves with his own pistol after which he did get Graves pito but no further injury was done Graves after his pistol was taken fromhim We are also told that Parks Reynolds had no pistol on the occasion and that ube threw his hand on his pistol arid told Bullock to staad back isa mistake RESOLUTION =O Jackson Lodge No 731- Livingston Ky WHEREAS It has pleased theT Grand Architect of the universe to la call from this earthly teniplethe beloved wife of brotherLogan SaK yers who died September 28th Be it Resolved That this Lodge extend to brother Logsn Salyers their heartfelt sympathy that a copy of this resolution be spread on the minute book of this Lodge a opy sent to brother Logan Sal yers and to the Mt Vernon Signal for publication W R MOUNCE JR STUCKEY f Commj JACOB SAM BROOK LIVINGSTON o Egbert Hayes was home from Paris Sunday- Mrs Jane Owens is visiting Mrs Sarah Owens Phil T Allen was out from Lou isville Sunday Mrs Mollie Bunn returned to Rowland this week J V Brown was dovn from Mt Vernon Sunday Jasper Durham who has been very low with fever is about well George Preston has moved his family from here to Jellico Tenn Alf Owens has returned from Pineville and other towns on the C y John Magee and wife have re turned after a weeks stay in Louis ville W C Mullins made a business trip through Tennessee and Vir ginia last week J T Blankenship has bought the Dave Preston property of Mr James Frazier Ballard Mullins has moved from across Roundstone to one of John Waltons houses Mrs E S Elmore has returned from the city with a beautiful line of ladies hats Mrs Steve Carson is visiting in the glades this week before going to Jellico to live Mrs Judge Thompson of Lexing ton is visiting her grandfather Uncle Ashley Oweiis Rev Hartsfield and wife of Mt VernoH were the guests of Mr A N Bentley Saturday Mrs Robert Payne who has been ill for sonic time is very low not expected to recover W T Merrimee has gone to housekeeping in one of John Wal tons house on Main street Mrs Sam McClure of Rich mond was with her brother Logan Salyers Saturday and Sunday Miss Nannie wells is teaching the Calloway school in the place of Miss Sarah Walliu who is sick Steve Carson has moved his household effects to Jellico Tenn where he will reside in the future Sam Magee is back behind the cotinter at Ward Magees Sam is a good salesman and everybody is glad to see him back at his old place MraPhil T Allen near the rqck was destroyed by 3 fire last Thursday night Loss about 2 ooowith 1600 insurance r Somehow your devil got Sourer set and Tom Farley mixed up last weekSipe item should have read Mrs Tom Linnehan icturned to Somerset after visiting Mrs Thoh FarleS of this P lace Also the item about Mrs Dicker on read wrong The item referred to above was Derilsicordingc r tcr r rISlfSLL SCSF1131dPXIHe731t ik r l r rYw What wij it pJ10fita jan f He GainS the Whole World AND DOES NOT CALL AT KRUEGEPSONSTO FurniturJUSTiRECElVEDACAR LOAD OF NEWEST AND LATEST STYLES t Good BedsA- T2odIi On Upi SOFAS AT X225AND ON UP OBELISK FLOUR BEST ONEARTH 450 perbbl ALSO INSACKS- At Corresponding Low Prices j Y 1 IAT i I Ic50I On Up vo BEDROOMSUITSI ANDiON UP rEVERYTHING IN LADIES AND GENTLEMENS I ITHETHE BjfflK OF T VERNON w VERNON KY OPENED 19003 0 CAPITAL STOCK o 15 000 C C WILLIAMS PRES JAS T ADAMS VIci PRES WrL RICHARDS CASHIERJoA B FURNISH ASST CASH DIRECTORS Jonas McKenzie Geo Livesay A T Fish S H Martin Rod Perry Vincent Boreiug J E Houk We solicit accounts of firms and individuals Careml atten tion is given collections entrusted to us Our friends and patronsare invited to call when in town Phone No 55 GO TO JONAS MCKENZIE NiT VERWQ KY f- for Everything in Dry Goods Clothing Boots and Shoes ana General Merchandise BEST GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES Phone No 83 WllLISGRI FFI N 9 Practical Undertlcer 5 and FUNERAL DIREClORcMt Vernon Ky Stock Complete i850t FURNISHINGGOODS IIiurnishEmbalming done on short noticeYCome and see me anything I have not got cau get for you on first train that leave the city ORDERS by wire Promptly Filled Phone No 6- 3CHASa CgDAVIS The Place to Obtain Fre Drugs ALSO lPatent Medicines of all Kinds Perfumery Stationery Toilet Articles TCIGARS AMD TOBACCO Punts jind Oils PRESC8IPTIONScareful Oompounded 1 ta11 or Phone No 6ic v I iiS J t t n c ntodfv r- 1ARCAIfNS ARE HERE TODAY AND AWAYT0MORROWB- ECAUSE Some lucky per sons with a keen judgment have a taken theta up These are Sept Bargains and must go at very small margin profit BUTTe have more Bargains Loy ely patterns in dress goods pt with the prices chopped half in twoJUSTOnevisit to our Store and the knowledge of these money- saving values will bring you back again tfv vr T OBELISK Flour 450 LB1 and all the low Hotel Frith R L COLLIER Propr Located at the Depot c gzw- i BRODHEAD KY GOOD LIVERY ATTACHED Meet all Trains Day and Night Traveling Men and Railroads s Solicited Will furnish Lunches all trains l TheJ Hotel COFFEY PROPR Stanford Ky Specially equipped travelin Sample room on first floor Bathrooms free to guests RATES per day l W M Francisco MONUMENTAL WORKS Brodhead Ky Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones ALL WORK FIRSTCLASS SATISFACTION GIVEN I L1 M PEES IJ KY FIRSTCLASS WORK OFFICEIn the Krueger brick l PHONE No 73 I AA L- Pi v H New Fast TO COLORADO urnAND PACIFIC COAST In effect Sunday May igth The new train wjlllleave St Louis 900 a m1 daily the evening train to same points 16 10 p m daily Through sleeping car service be tween St Louis SallFran iscoandINorthwestern points that does a twice Excursion tickets dailyIIFor further R T G Matthews T P c t Louisvil1eKy H C XO WNSEND Genl Passr qrkt Agt f13St Louis i Staple Qroeeriep and F ncyI Have found lodging on our shelves our counters and onr floor Under our counter in our barrels Known to exist by our many buyer AND all who come will get the benefit oft dijced prices are not aware oft ese bargeins Dont buy offband learn our prices And you will find so learning My Old Kentucky Home Store Sold you cheapest and best bargains Shingles Two grades SI 50 190 A THOUSAND EST Biggest Stock ESror is prices I men for Veranda zJOSEPH for men 200 r IM DentistMT new Train On All by the MT VERNON DIRECTORY COURT CALENDAR COUNTY RTFourth Mon day in each 6nth QUARTERLY COURTFirst Mon day in January April July an OctoberCIRCUIT CUURTSecond Mon day in February Fourth Monday in May and Third Monday in Sep tember MT VERNON POLICE COURT Third Monday in each month CHURCHES Services at the Christian Church Preach ing 1st 3r Sundaj s at 11 a m and at 730 p Sunday School 930 a m every Sunday Prayer Meeting Every Thursday 730 pm The public are cordially Invited to attend all services DAVID HARTSF1ELD PastorgPresbyterianHolds services on the 4th Sunday morning and evening Methodist will hold services at the pres byteriau church on the 2nd Sunday morning and evening in each month Baptist Church Services on the Third Saturday night and Sunday Sunday School at 9 a m every Sunday Prayer meeting on Tuesday nights MASONIC Ashland Lodge No 640 meets 4th Mon day 10 A m 2Z5SMT VERNON R A CHAPTER No 140 MEETS every FOURTH MONDAY at 2 p m MACCABEES K OT Mr TENT NQ 21 meets every 1st and3rd Monday at 730 p in JAS E nOUK Com J J PING R K- PROFESSIONAL C C Williams ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KY OFFICE On 2nd floor of The Bank of Mt Vernon on Churc- h15treetSpecial attention given Phone No 80 D Miller House HUGH MILLER PROPRIE- TORHeadquarters for Commercial Men ISTPorter at all trains a Insurance of all kings Call at the Signal office Mt Vernon JC McCLARY Undertak Embalmer CompleteLINE of Caskets Robes c Orders by Telephone attend ed promptly Stanford Kyv July 18 tf v v tJ We WnsBred in Old ntuckYI Where the Bluegrass is the greenest Where our Groceries are the cleanest And our Bargains are the supremest In OldKentuckyA Shirts and Shoes the finest Laces and Embroideries the nicest Our suits of clothes the tidiest Our Low Prices the sublimest In Old Kentucky REWARDI- s 1FOUND HOUR ADAMS Big Brick Main St Phone 75 iRJr by A New DangerWhat do you think we had better do about the trust business asked the appre hensive citizen I dont know answered Sen ougkdt i soon or get so powerful and independent that they wont think it worth while to pay for influenceWash ington Star GOES LIKE HOT CAKES The fastest selling article Ihav- in my store writes druggist C T Smithof Davis Ky is Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds because it al ways cures In my six years of sales it has never failed I hav known it to save sufferers from Throat and Lung diseases who could get no help from doctors o any other remedy Mothers rely on it best physicians prescribe it and all druggists guarantee satisfaction or refund price Trial bot tles free Regular sizes Soc and r Mrs IIoaxMy new servant girls a good one but she makes my husband so mad Hes a crank about his coffee you know Mrs JoaxAnd she cant make coffee eh Mrs HoakShe makes it just right but thats the one thing he likes to kick about and now heI hasnt any excuse dont you see Philadelphia Record HIS LIFE IN PERIL I just seemed to have gone all to pieces writes Alfred Bee of Welfare TexI billiousness andI a lame back had made life a burden I couldnt eat or sleep and felt al most too worn out to work when I began to use Electric Bitters but they worked wonders Now I sleep like a top can eat anything have gained in strenpth and enjoy hard work They give vigorous health and new life to weak sickly rundown people Try them Only 5oc at all druggists ICivil Service Examiner very sternly to Erastus Smith colored who aspires to the office of mailI carrierHow far is it from theI earth to the moon Erustus in terrorGollJboss of yos gwine to put me on dat route I dantjvaut de job AMERICAS FAMOUS BEAU TIES Look with horror on Skin Erup tions Blotches Sores Pimples They dont have them nor will anyone who uses Bucklens Arnica Salve It glorifies the face Eczema or Salt Rheum vanish before it It cures sore lips chapped hands chilblains Infallible for Piles 25 cents at all druggists FARM FOR SALEI have for sale a farm of 127 acres lying on i the waters of Brush Creek two miles north of Level Green Good house and outbuildings Orchard easyForHenry Catron velGreenKy tf i S1OO the usual sum offered for A HUMAN BODY Who may be IN MT VERNON fortunate enough to obtain our bargains before he is THE VICTIM Of high prices and low values SUPPOSED TO HAVE BEEN Cheap but deer at any price So come and find that we have MURDERED High prices that our stock is complete throughout as you will find after being shown through our big stock BY FRIENDS Who are ever ready to show goods and quote you our low prices An Unwilling JurorA New Hampshire judge has in his posses sion the folloping letter sent to him by an old farmer who had been notified that he had been drawn as a juror for a certain term ol court Deer JedgeI got your letter tellin me to come to manchester an do dooty OIl the joory an I rite you these fue lines to let you knoe that youll have to git some one else fur it aint so that I kin leave home btitcherineand sort over a lot of apples jist about the time the joory will be settin in your court Si Jackman of this town says that he wouldas soon as not go fer he aiiit nothin betteresend fer him I hate the wurst way not to oblige you but I aint Iraint much on the law never havin been a jooryman ceptin when old But Stiles got killed by the kars here some years ago when I wus one that set on the boddy with the koroner So you better send fer Si Jackman fer he has got sum kin in manchester he wants to visit goferback if yu want Si BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXIONS Are spoiled by using any kind of preparetion that fills the pores of the skin Tne best way to secure a clear complexion free from sal lowness pimples blotches etc ib to keep the liver in good order An occasional dose of Herbine will cleanse the bowels regulate the liver and so establish a clear healthy complexion 500 at all drugstores Five new oil wells were brought in in the Knox county fields this week 100 REWARD The readers of this paper wilt be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to care in all its stage and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally meting directly up on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroying the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors have so much faith in its cura tive powers that they offer one Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure Send for list os testimonials Address F J CHENEY Co Toledo O bold by all Druggists 75c Halls Family Pills are the best rW ft JONeS Watchmaker i- I and Jeweler IcALL JEWELRY REPAIRING NEATLY DONE An Apprenticeship 3 years under a skilled work man is myrecoln1nenclationl TERMS reasonable and all work warranted catD G Poynters store Main street FlOUr0PARKSVILIb nicest pies When made in light bread neveri fails to rise It is the Daisy Patent Magno I lia and Dewey ireliesAnd the husband the bet always buys I DAISY PATENT 4551Per IDEvEGGS llcts i1 iiioaZ Shoesl w t2rtrEand most complete s 1Cknl SHOES and BOOTS t rLOU 1itt o Rockcastle county nt inie t over than were ever heard of You have only to call ad exfiiuci iur stock and get prices lo cem iucej you of these facts Iw E IISTUFFduce lower than any bdy- 2co- eaay srcvaq j Ohio River gait j PER BARREL is 15 IGH Grade not Shoddy IGH Quality good Values j IGH Quality low Prices Jr CAUSE Fo th8t- Millionaire Feeling wear garments nadstoorder PJStraussoAmericas Leading Tai- lorsChicagoGood clothes contribute much to happiness You gain the point in Stranss Bros 1made garments They are made scientifically to your exact measure by highly skilled tailors in clean sanitary shops Every detail Jrom first to last given the minutest attention the result being garments distinctly above the ordinary and absolutely satisfactory You will wonder how it can be done atthe low prices quoted Call and see our line of 500 samples of choicest new wool- ensBROSCOXa EFFECT tttr tnlnt tnM 5Iit qh t t 1L s Ju V It fiHYou nhould take N a Couos at ciao or the 4 o t Massey uns0 Clle3 i i Tntxas t t Montgomery Ala JaeksonyHle fla CGSQS Ga to tI Theyare the Great Commercial Schools of the South 2 They have bver 12000 former pupils in successful hiSil SSf3A written contract backed by a special deposit ol to place our graduates in positions paying not less than 4500 per T x month immediatel upon graduation t 4 We pay students railroad fare to our nearest College 5 We refund upon graduation every cent of tuition paid to us if the V i pupil isnot thoroughly satisfied i fox Elegant Catalogue arid Special Discounts i IWritet i i i jcils tUt t 1i zFp pfat +t i4 itq fi 7Mduf f Gti +i i fifo+J intakePilii zc Theyteraporai cure constir t m by agitating tieg bowel but regular action cannot be secured until the liver se rt enough bile to make the e t toir natural functions ula itati r caused by cathartics intestines1Rfa sad increasin togaten the results 1 J2 1ty4 r I t t acts on the l liver cures ChilisP tr1le and Fever and every fern t f Malarial Bilious Remit rr end Int rp mittlng Fevers and by going to the seat df tie trouble works permanent cure O = FIFTY GENTS PEtJ TorI2 At Chas G Davis prugst6 b J 4