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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t It dUU li- UUU IU4LI 4Iv VOLUME TVA MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY IY FRIDAY DECEMBER 6196 NNUMBER li II TELL MY FRIENDS TO BE BRA VE4AU FEARLESS ANn LV AL TO THE GREAT COMMON PEOPLE BRODHEAD o We will try and do better in our next and find more local news Mr F L Thompson the fat drummer of MfXfefiion was with us again Tuesday locking as well as usual Mrs Davies of Lancaster is visiting Mrs Win Potts of our town Mrs Davies was Miss Mag gie Gilpic Rev R R Noel of Stanford has just closed a two weeks meeting at Oak Hill in which he re ports about 12 confessions and baptisms I Mr T S Frith and wife Lar kin Hicks and wife with their sons and new d daughterinlaws all took dinner with Bro A J Pike Sunday last The Rev R Noel of Stanford anticipates holding a series of meetings at the Baptist churchat this place beginning on the 3rd Sunday in December Miss Sallie and Mrs Lue Pur cell are running a successful mil linery and dress making business over head in the MartinProtheroe store building They invite the patronage of the pubJicjWe had some oforatory at our Literary meeting last Thursday night Each speaker selected their own subject Mr Claud Sutton selected Thomas Jefferson as the greatest man of all the ages and to prove it he read nth Declaration of Independence Our Prof Mr Boreihg said Abra ham Lincoln was the greatest man and delivered fine oration Then came Mr Willie Mullins and affirmed that Mr McKiuley was the greatest man that had ever lived since the days of Christ He said he could see in the martyred Presi dent McKinley not only the noted characteristics of Jefferson Washington and Lincoln in founding and upholding this government and givjngtto suffering humanity hu man freedom but that he could also see the spirit and mind of Moody Talmage and even Spur gen and almost the Christ Spirit and to justify Ins statements he repeated McKinleys dying words and chanted the hymn Nearer My God to Thee c It was a fine sp echoBut last and not least came young Mr Gentry who introduced himself by saying he was not a school teacher nor an ora tor but he could and would tell some plain facts and then affirmed that George Washington was the greatest man that had ever lived He said that almost any man could do what Lincoln acd McKinley had done with a Congress and Senate to back them and the grandest nation of people in the world to do their fighting But he said Washington was his own councilmen his own general his own fighter his own statesman his own congress and senate and was a v head and shoulders above then all and he told one fact after snottier so fast that he captured the judges and audience so quick that Dr Davis of Stanford and the young Professor ofvlt Vernon said we will give the verdict to Gentry so Bro Pike had to yield and say all right rk United States gunboat during 5N6vember destroyed 147 boats engaged iu smuggling supplies to the insurgents in Samar FOOD CHANGED To POISON l Putrefying food in the intestines produces effects like those ofarsnic 1kr but Dr Kings New Life Pills ex 5pKt the persons from cloggetf bbftels gently easily but surely curing Constipation Bffcoushess Sick Headache Flyers IIL1yerIKid Heyand Bowel troubles Only 25- Cfatall Druggists f MARETBURG 0 Mrs Charlotte Jarrett is visiting her parents fThe writer made a flying trip to stock the first of the week Mr J A MullIns and wife visited relatives near here Sunday last Cornscarceand high 3 per bbl and hogs are slaughtered and salt ed awayMr editor you will excuse my being so delinquent and Ill come once more Miss Sadie Martin made a trip to Mt Vernon Saturday last and returned Sunday Miss Lizzie Painter entertained a good number of her many friends Friday night last A goodly number from this section attended the debate at Brod head Thanksgiving night- S H Martin the helmsman of our school will have finishedat the dawn of another week We will soon hear the reverber ation of sawmill wheels The mill will be placed on the Sayers tract Miss Carrie Hunt gave a recep SaturdayIoccasionMiss Fannie Thompson of Preachersville visited Miss Sadie Martin Tuesday last and returned home Wednesday- A series of meetings begin at Freedom Saturday night next Bro Smith an able boanerger will conduct the meeting W T Mullins visited Ottenheim last week and was accompanied back home by his cousin Miss Re becca Mullins who is now enjoying the pleasant associations of her usetobe schoolmate friends Mr Harts the depot agent of this place is now rooming in his store in order to protect it from the thief or thieves who have stolen much here of late The gallows are too good for such thieves Mr Ed Gentry one of our bright est young men will start for Berea next Monday where he will burn the midnight oil for three months gliding out into the educational sea As he is a young man ot sterling worth we gladly hope sue cess will crown his many efforts J C OV EtR E Bell closed his school Fri day Little Mattie Riddle has pneumonia feverThe S S at Buckeye is progress ing nicely Mrs Elza Langford continues very low with fever Mrs G IvI Johnson has recover ed from a long siege of sickness- A singing school is in progress at Flat Rock conducted by Mr Cromer Mr Jacob Pike has bought a farm near Livingston and will move to it soon Mir and Mrs acob Pike were visiting at Mr Vernon the first of the week Mr and Mrs D B Langford of Crooked Creek were visiting in this part the first of the week Mr and Mrs J L Riddle have returned to their home at Logana after visiting relatives at this place SAYS HE WAS TORTURED I suffered such pain from corns I could hardly walk writes H Robinson Hillsborpugh Ills but Tlcklens Arnica Salve completely cured them Acts like Dlagcon sprains bruises cutSj sores scalds burns boils ulcers Perfect healer of skin diseases and piles Cure guaranteed by all Druggists CONWAY 0 M R Jones was in Berea last Tuesday Geo Hardin was out from Ford again first of the week Mr Wm Hayes son of James H Hayes has moved to Berea Jesse Dykes was in Richmond first of the week on legal business M H Jordan and family were visiting friends in Berea last Sun dayW H Jones the hustling mer chant of Wildie wa in this part last week W B MoGuire and wife were visiting relatives first of the week at Goochlaud John S Vanwinkle and his son were in Richmond last Mon day on Jockey street David Thomason was in Rich mond last Monday trying to sell his horse and buggy- D C Pullins will be through moving to his farm here from Madison in a few days Thompson McGuire was in Paint Lick last Monday hauling a load out for Mr D C Pullins- J W Lambert has sold to his son Jas H Lambert over half of his farm near Sniders Switch Dr R H Lewis of Wildie and your correspondent of this place were in Richmond last Monday Mr and Mrs G W Jones are in very poor health but they are better at this writing than they have been for some days mefriendsIfrom Lexington last week who were out on a hunting tour and of course Pap Nave made it very in teresting for the boys There seems to be a tangle in the deal between Major Harris and Dan Chenault for Mr Harris in terest in the Conway Mercantile Co at this place Doors are closed and there may be an appeal to the courts to settle the matter WABD o Miss Sarah Wallen having clos ed her school at Caloway returned home Saturday J- here N Brown closed his school Thanksgiving much to the regret of the pupilsI J U Wallen has his new store house about completed and says he will be ready for business by Christmas Mrs B F Sawder after an ill ness of several months passed quietly away Monday night of that dread disease consumption Elmer Payne postmaster at Albia who has been sick for sev eral months is able to eout again and is spending this week with the family of Mrs Nancy J SearcyMrs Frank Bullock died Saturday night of consumption She leaves a husband and one little sun 8 years old besides an aged mother and three brothers to mourn her loss The bereaved family have the sympathy of the entire com munity SAW DEATH NEAR Ifoften made my heart ache writes L C Overstreet of Elgin Tennjtobearmv wife cquge un tit it seemed her weak and sore lungs would collapse Good doc tors said she was so far gone with Consumption that no medicine or earthly help could save her but a friend recommended Dr Kings New Discovery and persistent use of this excellent medicine saved her life Its absolutely guaranteed for Coughs Colds Broinchitis Asthma and all Throat and Lung lire eMtfc trlAat all lIIn 1r POLITICS and POLITICIANS 0 Congressman H S Irwin has secured rural free mail delivery for the whole of Jefferson county The Fiftyseventh Congress con- Vened at Washington anti adjourr ed as a mark of respect to the late Senator KyleIMr Roosevelts message to Congress is decidedly spacewriterish in spots and suggests the need of good editor at the White House John Feland Republican filed n ticeofcontest against the Rev D S Edwards Democrat for the State senatorship in the Christian Hopkins district We have heard lots of talk about the republican party punishing its own rascals and we are glad to know of even one case where it has actually done so Tariff revision and reciprocity are the bones over which the re publicans in Congress are snapping and snarling and which may eventually split the patty A scheme is afloat to challenge the right of the Louisiana congressional delegation to its seats on the ground that the disfranchisement of the negro nullifies their election If the kick administered to Oklo Kbmas boughtandsold governor was the result of his interest iul football the country hopes Mr Roosevelt will attend the game reg ularlyThe Secretary of the Treasury transmitted to Congress the estimate of appropriations required for the fiscal year ending June 30 IQo t tSPhe total appropriations asked for are 610827688 The number of prominent repub licans in Congress who have openly ranged themselves in opposition to the administration on the question of reciprocity with Cuba is not cal culated to enthuse the Cubans mistakItive legislative body is no more so far as influencining ledislation concerned under the republicang rules than the proverbial Knot on a log- Mark Hanna talks as though he expected to take a hand in bossing the republicans in Congress as usual When asked what Congress would do he waived his hand grandiloquently and said Its too soon to talk wait until the leaders get together and survey the fieJdI A Medicine for Old PeopleRev Geo Gay Greenwich Kasis past years of ape yet he says I am enjoying excellent health for a man of my age due entirely to the rejuvenating influences of Dr Miles Nervine It sleep and rest when nothing else wIll and gives strength and vital ity even to one of my old age I am an old soldier writes Mr Geo Watson of Newton jl1ld I have been a great sufferer from nervousness and spinal trouble Have spent considerable money for medicine and doctors but with little benefit 1 was so had my mind showed signs of weak ness I began taking Dr Miles Nervine and I know it savedmv life1J I MilesNervine I asylumSpring Mo rites 1 was so nerv ous t I could scarcely control my norrestwoulUevenforgeltbenamcsnf tines I using Nervine and it helped nie from the first raid now Iam perfectly well Sold by all Druggists on Guarantee Dr rlG Mcttf Co StlhnrtIrdw- N rMf l ITHE BARK OF MTj VERNON l MTVeRNONKY OPENED 1900 CAPITAL STOCK 15 000 PRESIDIRECTORS Jonas McKenzie Geo Livesay A T Fish Fiitz Krueger Rod Perry Vincent Boreing J E Houk We solicit accounts of firms and individuals Careful atten tion is given collections entrusted to us 1 1 Our friends and patrons are invited to call when in town First National Bank OP STANFORD KY Capital Stock 100000 Surplus 1804076 DIRECTORS J W Hayden W P Walton J H Collier M D Elmore 0 Hied T P Hill S H Baugliman W A Tribble M J Millet and S T Harris We solicit the accounts of the citizens of Rockcastle and adjoining counties assuring them prompt and careful attention to all bus ness intrusted to us Personal application and correspondence with a view to business relations invited J S ROCKER PresTlfO J McROBERTS Cashier A A McKINNEY Ass t Cashier DANNIB OWENS UNDERTAKER Caskets Coffins Robes Et Kept it Stock Orders by Mail Telegraph or Telephone Promptly filled BRODHEXAD K11ITiJCKY WILLIS GRIFFINPractical Undertker and FUNERAL DIRECTOR Mt Vernon Kyt t HEARSE Attached Can Metalic Caskets and have not got can get for you on first j Promptly Filled AST1I1101ALENEFINE CURE FREE I NG INSTANT RELIEF lAnd ermanen Cure in All I CasesISENT ABSOLUTELY FREE ON CHAINED ORTEN 1 lW YEARS T inIstantwhen all else fails The REV CF WELLS of Villa Ridge Illsays Your trial bottle of Asthmalene received in good condition T cannot tell you how thankful I feel for the good derived from it I was a slaw chained with putrid sore throat grid asthma for ten years I despaired of ever being cured I saw your ad er tormentingdlscseasthma yourselves but resolved to give it a trial To my I sendlmeaE SrHMX1Ljit by mail JJU6Tf Aiu ABSOLUTELY FREE OF CHARGE to any sufferer who willisiitefor it even on a postal Never mind though you are despairing however bad your case ASTHMALENEj wiltre1iveand cure The worse your case the more glad ire are tqr iFBRQSMEPICINEW p Dnc c1 SJI WwtJ litIn tWT 4 + 1j X 1i 4 M tVernon Signal FRIDAY DEC 6Igor ==Pnbtisfad every Friday by t EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Adverthng rates made known on apjiicationt UNDER the most auspicious cir cumstances and with most impressive ceremonies wasthe South Carolina Interstate and West In pies Exposition officially opened at Charleston Monday evening The purpose of the Exposition is to show the marvelous industrial and commercial developments of the Southern States during the last quarter of a century When one thinks of the wretchedcondition in which the South was left at the close of the civil war and then note the position which itoccupies today wese that a wonderful advance ment lias been made A country which only a few years ago was almost bankrupt is now a home of thrift and plenty That there is prosperity in the South is fully demonstrated by the successful at tempt of such a size city as Charles ton to have an exposition as great as the one which is now going on even Senator Depew was surprised that Charleston would undertake such a great enterprise THE Presiceuts message to Con gres3 has been the subject of great comment throughout the country In it the President pays a beauti ful tribute to the life of the late President McKinley He then discusses at length the question of anarchy and recommends vigorous action for its suppression To our great surprise he defends the concentration of wealth and the formation of trusts Pres Roosevelt thinks there should be no tariff changes He recommends amend ments to our Interstate Commerce law wants the Chinese excluded and advises measures for the pro jection of American labor and vigorously calls for army reforms and additions to the navy JUDGE TALBOT of Nevada scores a jury for returning a ver dict of assault and battery against seven men accused of participating in the hanging of a negro when they were instructed to return a verdict of guilty of an assault with intent to kill or an acquital If there was just a little more stiff ning in the back bone of our jurors everywhere the number of times would be growing less instead bi larger and just as longas such men are chosen to set on juries just that long may we expect crimes in almost countless numbers to be committed PRES MILToN H SMITH of the L N in a letter addressed to he CourierJournal sizes up the strike situation in Hopkins county arid says there is but one side to the case proclaiming the right of the employers to hire whom they please When the time comes which seems like it is fast approach ing that a baud of men because tbey belong to some labor union can say to the employers of the tlcountrywhom to give employ ment and whom not to then we can no longer say thatfcwe live in a free country 7 Casey Owsley the youngest son sUjt the late Judge Mike Owsley died at the home of his mother Mrs Ellen Poor in Lancaster and was hurried last Sunday He was a graduate of Centre College and of the law department of the Uni versity of Virginia He was a boy of bright mind and charming per sonality and had he lived he wouldiiOAoubt have stood inthe very front rank of Kentuckys greatest lawyers CONGRESSMAN DALZEIX of Pa wielderl the whip unmercifully on the kickers at the republican House toVshow their sores on the floor pf the 7 lj t 1 OLD HICKORY CHIPS 0 By Our Associate Editor Congressman Hitt has jumped into the Illinois Senatorial scrapI but his chance for hitting the job tOll t be rated A- Nevertheless I a iti notwithstand ing there are many things left un said that iihghc lave been said in that message to Congress There seems to be a rivalry be- tW7enKing Eddy and Gen Buller as to which shall be the whole thing in the tight little island The republican Congressional is how to loot the publie treasury without allowing the people to catch on It cant be done Republican bosses are dazed to learn that Mr Roosevelt really be lieves in civil service reform they have grown so accustomed to the fake article in that line Charlestons Exposition was opened with a sample of Chauncey Depews best prenuptial oratory Heres hoping itjbetter luck finan cially than Buffalo had There are a number of gentlemen not confined to one party who would be wise to protect themselves by taking an antidote for the sting of the Presidential bee The Ship Subsidy job has had a few of its ugly spots coveredup but it is the same ol steal in principle and the democrats in Con gress will be excusable for resorting to any sort of tactics to prevent its getting through- Congressman Hepburn of Iowa made a brave attempt in the repub lican House caucus to liberalize the Reedrules a little but the highest vote given any one of his several iberalizing propositions was 41 toISpeaker Henderson presses the buttonThe movement alleged to exist in Congress to force the Cubans to ask for annexation by refusing them favors is not creditable to those en gaged therein It has been believ ed by many American statesmen from Jefferson to the present day that the annexation of Cuba was inevitable but that offers no excuse for unfair methods to bring it about Really Gov Savage of Nebraska ought to feel ashamed if he dcesn t of dismissing his private secretary because of fear of his rivalry when the next republican State conven tion meets He has taken the surest way of giving Mr Lindsay a boost for the republican n mina tion for governor andas he is chairman af the State central committee he is in a position to take full advantageof it A little consistency on the trust question would improve a considerable portion of the press Al though continually saying that it is the States that should controle and curb the power of the trusts within their borders as soon as a State execution moves against the big railroad trust and invites the cooperation of other State executives these papers sneer at him as though he had committed crime- S A WOMANS AWFUL PERIL There is only one chance to save your life and that is through an operation were the startling words heard by Mrs I B Hunt of Lime Ridge WJs from her doctor after he had vainly tried to cure her of a frightful case of stomach trouble and yellow jaundice Gall stones had formed and she constantly grew worse Then she began to use Electric Bitters which wholly cured her Its a wonderful Stomach Liver and Kidney remedy Cures Dyspepsia Loss of Appetste Try it Only 50 cts Guaranteed For sale by all Druggists NOTICE All parties indebted to the firm of MartiuProtheroe Co will please come in and settle at once Asa firm we will be compelled tosettle up our business by the first of the ownkindrtepast ii kindness Is you QJe sppncl to tHis rcallr 7 dofer lic Land Stock and Crop 0BOblAdamswhich he paid 300 Dick Cummins has purchased the residence of R H Livesay in the western part of town Wherever there is stinting it should tot be of the mind and in no respect does the farmer of today differ from the farmer of the more markedly than in the superiorI provision which the farmer of today is making for his mind One no longer hears sneers about book farming as of old and so the man whose business is farming is nowhere looked down upon as form erlyICause and effect enter into all this and it is the fact now as probably never before that many are looking to the country as to a place of test in the hope and ex pectation that their best days may be ther spent The young people on the farm are no longer as of old deniediliberal supply of good wholesotnp reading In a large country homes may be found as regular visitors three or four current periodical publicationsthe local paper because of the impor tant advertising service it is rendering to the particular section for which it exists the agricultural paper that should and does tell all about tqe latest improvements in the farming business and the prin ciples of that business in their vari ed applications as brought out in every firstdlass representative practice the daily paper that keeps its readers in immediate touch with event the wide world over and the monthly magazine which treats of the larger events springing out of all the facts and details in the most capable wayeThe wideawake farmer of toda is thus kept up with the entire sit uation No fact no truth no larger joining ofmany truths calcu lated to make for progressive agri culture and help the agriculturist is outside of the province of Home and Farm and the best literary and practical skill is at all times in its service With all these helps and others that are constantly being had from good books it is no wonder that the old term of contempt is gone and in its place the man who is known not to be a bookfarmer is looked upon as one not in tpucl with the vital problems and con trolling forces of his day and generation as one not taking advant age of the opportunities open to bim on all sidesHome And FarmW H Fletcher auctioneer reports the sale of A W Stofers peJsonalty Tuesday as follows II 2yearold cattle 4 06 per cwt milch cows from 15 to 30 steer calves 13 25 head yearling heW ers 16 head bulli 25 yearling mules from 26 to 67 25 i 4 year old mule 102 ased mule 52 saddle mare 60 sheep r 70 to 3 65 per headriiat hogs brought 5 26 per cwt 19 i6cilb shoats brought 6 50 per head 2 brood rows brought 15 and 16 i boar sold fork n 25 7 small shoats sold at 6 per head Farm ing implements brought gaod prices A large crowd was pr- eentMt Sterling Gazette Wade and Oliver bought a fat cow from Mrs Nannie Albright for 21 J S Joplin sold to A Pehning ton a much cow for 30 NEWS ITEMS 0 China has dispenied with the bow and arrow in favor of the gun as an army weapon There are eighty cases of smallpox at Jackson and its suburbs One death is reported Retail grocers of the Statey held a convention in Louisville to or ganize a State Association The American marines tire work lug havoc with the insurgent cause in 3he southern part of SamarVvp 2iih STAND BY YOUR TOVNI It is not the size of the town but its character that makes it a de sirable place to live in A live and prosperous townis desirable one and a town may live and prosper and yet be smalL Every citizen in town should be interested in its prosperityOne the ways te help your town is to speak well of it It is true patriotism to stand by your town and self interests as well As a man speaks ill of his family low ers both himself and his family in the estimation of others so does a man who cares little for his own town and community seldom care for his country The man who is respected by others respects him self and his neighbors and patriot ism begins at home Another way to help your town is to do all you can to beautify it Beautify your own property all you can and then beautify the street Be friendly to everybody and courteous to strangers Your civility will help to make good im pressions and will be carried away and cherished Never forget that you are a part of the town and that your deportment helps to make up placeSellan If pou have means invest it something that will give em- loyment to somebody Always cheer up the man who goes in for improvement Do not kick on a proposed improvement simply because it is not at your door A town that is improving is also spreading out Ifa rich man starts a project encourage him If a poor man starts help him Dont be atraid to thrust your hand down in your pocket to help a public enterprise More towns have been killed by suchrefusals than in any other way The citizens of any prosperous town are always public pirited and united togetherforAlways stand ready to do your best Dont grumble and spend your time prophesying failure but spccessEverycommunity for his success be it gret or small Be energetic be enterprising and your example will be followed The annual convention of the National Live Stock Association is being held at Chicago v i r Five hundred natives in Samar volunteered to fight the insurgents and one hundred of them were ac cepted for scouting duty The Bulgarian sent an impudent DiplomaticAgent sponsiblity for the capture of Miss Stone CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always BeD kt Bears the- Signatre of heriffLandcte On the Fourth Monday in Dec 1901 I or one of my deputies will sell at the front door of the Court house in Mt Vernon the follow ing tracts of land for taxes for 19001901 30 acres listed in the name of Harden Durham nearest resident Grant Loving tax and cost 2 85 Livingstonlisted loway tax and cost 19 23 38 acres listed in the name of Mat Cash nearest resident W T McNabb tax and cost 4 72 80 acres listed itt the nameof JasBaker75 acres listed In the name of Thos Gadd nearest resident Reu bin Abney ax and cost 4 02 45 acres listed in the name of John S Gadd nearest resident A Gadd tax and costf3 oj1 60 acres listed in the nune Sin pey MoClure nearest resident H G Edwards tax hud cost 9 92 12 acres listed in the name of A Clontz Jr nearest resident Ben F Adams 1900 tX and cost 6bIi 350 acres listed in the mime of jackAbney oflJaGriffin 1900 taxand cost 442 TOO acres listed in the name ot JSacre listed in the name of F JL Smith nearest resident James Mc Quire 1900 2 years tax and cost 4061 JJSingletoni taxand costs 3 43 HENRY CAl rSR C j jF hti t War between Chili and Argentina is impending j The redwood lumbermen of the Paciffic coast are forming a corn bination Rain and sweat j lave no effect on i harness treated xvith Eureka Har ncs Oil It re II damp1keeps p11bIe do not break II roughsurface nd cut The namncss hot only keeps A looking like new but wears twice as lonjjby the use of Eureka Harness Oil Sold i everywhere in cans alt sizes Made by V IStandard Oil ARE YOU DEAF LP KAII J1MZs II mL zzI t HafrSJD1ItSI for thirty years It is elegant for a hair dressing and for keeping the tf frJitfriendshipssplitting is done on your 1 own head t loses friends flyourAyers Hair Vigor advance will prevent i inI splitting If the has begun it will stop it I100 a bottle All 6csnista your dniggist cannot eupply you us ono nrd wo will I IIfa bottle Be sure and give tin lU nfIt nearest express oflue Address JCAY RCOlowet Mar nmrnNa1aI f P iiiht ft l1u atU 4kiL y ALL CASES OF DEAFNESS OR HARD HEA RfC ARE NOW CURABLE by our new invention Only those born deaf are incmanc IMMEPiATFPVIfiaSTiP a F A WERW1AH OF BALTIMORE SAYS ytIGmtltI- t full history of my case to be used at your discretion t five years ago my right ear began to sing and this kept on getting worse until I t my hearing In ear entirely I underwent 1 treatment for catarrh for three months without any success corau atItrbet of physicians among other the rJost eminent ear specialist city who tohluo t only an operation could help me and even tlmut only temporarily that the helci nomc u i then cease but the hearing in the nfcctedear would be lost forever I then saw vour Rdvcrtisemcnt accidentally in a New York and ordered 091 l meat After I hd used it only a few according to your irectioni thciioiirCsiVfTs s to nv after five weeks hearing in the diseased car has been entirely restortn I y heartily and beg to remain Very truly yours F A WERMAN 730 S Broadway Enltimortf 2ld Our treatment does not interfere with your usual Gccupatia i Examination advice free and YOU CAN CURE YOURSELF AS riUSvib ntanosaieBfe nsa INTERNA QNAL AURAL GLifalG 596 LA SALL5 AVE GHI6AGQ ILL I LdFirst Sgb T will describe your to aoiinationay01 when t tli fr garments matte for STRAIJSS r IeLes Their preeminent position has been at They tnined please their hYS1ti6fYingI q faction and live 8Ito itrfllejr ing creates an impressiongraceful elegant perfect fitting You will wonder how we can afford to charge the low prices we quote for it Gall oil us and see our great assortment of trust worthy woolens I Cox Bros Main Street i GO TO JONAS MCKENZI Ejj MT VERNON KY for Everything inf y Dry Goods Clothing Boots and Shoes and Geii oral Merchandise f BEST GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES = w = AMERICAN INVESTMENT GQMPMW IncorporatedCAPITAL 25000001 RESERVE SURPLUS 125000 Oil AMOUNT PAID COUPON HOLDERS 20000001 Address all correspondence to v HOME OFFICE LEXINGTON KY GOOD TERMS TO FIRST CLASS AGENTS W FthE 1NStJRArOiB tJ HAVE i tU youir HousesAisurrtt Inr the 0 L1f flwU LIA31 S York Ul1tfJWr1tj f Agency E SALi1t GE N ivv+ 7 Trt e no1J j J Calltt Signal Office 4iilj WJ f6 l t Mt Vernon Signal Mt VERNON KYiL DKC 6 1901 l v i iLouIU4LHA8HVILLCflRC0jTIME IlJIoam26 north Y 112 am 23 south 200 p w 25 South VUU 148 am fi T AS LANDRUW Agent mured at the Mt T rma Kyt Poito Sc M c tadCUii man matter MASQNICS Ashland Lodge No 640 meets 2nd Satur lay 10 A no JlllrYT VERNON n A CHAPTER No 140WEETS erery FOURTH MONDAY attp m CHURCHES Christian Holds services 1st 31 Sundaj at 11am and at 630 p in Presbyterian Holds services oh the 2nd amd 4th sunday morning and evening Baptiit ChurchServices on the Second Saturday night and Sunday Sunday Sflhbttfat 9 snt every Sunday Prayer eetiug OB Tuesday nights r PERSONALS 0 Little Herbert Cox has pneu monia fever Minor Fish was flpwn from Jel lico Sunday J W Baker spent Sunday with his son U G Miss Sadie Martin visited friends here Saturday and Sunday Deputy Sheriff J J Wood reports his wife improving rapidly Mrs Jacob Pike spent Sunday with her mother Mrs Rowsie Ike Bowman who bought the farm of J S Joplin has moved to it- Mrs Sam Chandler and children left Sunday morning for Ashyille N7C eiiarleyGecilrofM iddlesborough was herea short while Friday aftef h1 noon Mrl Hiram Fish and little daught er Margarette are both very sick with fever Miss Arthusa Cloyd of Crab Orchard will leave in a few days for Montana Shanon CJMullins were here Monday on important businessT Mr and Mrs F H Hardy left Tuesday for Calera Ala to be gone until January ist C C Williams ahct H W Bow y mai went to Jackson county yes terday to take depositions Miss Bertina Mullins of Livingston was the guest of Mrs Dr E J BrownInteriorournal The news come from Bakerfkld Slo that Uncle Ashley Owens is veer low and not expected to live George McCarthy was here Wednesday and while in town paid theSiGNAL office a very pleasant call Miss Fannie Thompson after an extended visit to relatives here re turned to her home at Preachers yule Sunday Mr A Pennington is on the sick list and Eugene Mullins is filling his place behind the counter at U G Bakers store Judge and Mrs G W McClure are the happy grandparents of a fine girl baby at the home of Mr and Mrs W F Champ Miss Ellen Butner writes from Villa Grove Ill that her brother Dave is much better and will bel at home in about two weeks IJoshua lloreing Jr was up from Brodhead Saturday and told us he 1 three months subwould teach a scription school at Brodhead this winter commencing January 6th Mr Chas Forester and family will go to Knoxville Terin about Christmas lo make their home Mr Forrest ef vUL go in business there having decided to quit the road During the stay of this most excellent family in our town a many warm friends have bean fmade who win very much regret to see the day come for their de parure I l John and Samuel Hysinger attend ed court in Richmond Monday Miss Dove B Letcher attended the burrial of her cousin Casey Owsley at Lancaster last Sunday Dr John M Williams and Mrs W J Sparks and daughters Fan Hie and Bessie went to Louisville last night IJolu Haley of Montana fgrmer ly of Somerset who was called back several days ago to attend the burrial of his daughter Mrs John Newell is spending a few days with relatives here before his re turn home e l LOCALS rO Buy your Xmas candies from S W Davis NO7 Step stove for 600 at- S W Davis V CSill on SW Davis when you want a bargain 1 S W Davis can furnisiLyo r home with furniture All kind of Xmas candies can be found at S W Davis DEAD Mrs Frank Bullock died Sunday of consumption When you have a saddle that need a pad bring it to S W Davis A high arm rocker for only 175 at S W Davis call and see bargain The Small child of Chint Lair fever died last Sunday of pneumonia Call and see my nice line of Ladies and Gents watches from 125 up S W Davis DISCHARGEDJim Denny who was tried Saturday fcr horsesteal ing was discharged W S Renner had a splendid mule to die from some unknown cause Monday night Jeff Lovell will move to dayto the farm purchased from William ercificld near Pine Hill A nice rocking chair would be a J i iiice Xmas present for yotu wife they ate cheap atS W Davis I MJTINGA protracted meet ing conducted by the Rev McGar ity began at the Baptist church Saturday night HOLIDAY EXCURSIONS The L N will sell tickets during the holidays at one and one third fare to all points on the system MOVING There were ten mov ings in the town of Vildie during last week and yet some of the folks say it was not a good week for moving either J H Hibbdrd deputy sheriff of Jackson county delivered Mary Carpenter to the authorities here Tuesday on a charge of selling liquor unlawfully DrM Pennington says he wishes his friend who helptd himself to his last quarter of beef would be kind enough to invite him around to eat one ness any way CHRISTMAS GcoDsRemember Honk and Adams Js the place to come to get your nice Christmas presents We will have any and everything suitable for a nice pres ent NEARLY COMPLETED Mr W t T Taylor of Bee Lick who has been doing the carpenter work on Mr G W Genirys new bouse has it about completed Every one says it is splendid work IMPROVEMENTV W Davis has mace a kcidedrirnprovethet by building a nice gravel sidewalk in front of his property ThreE axe several others who should take warning along this line i y i is BOARD 1s Having retuitl d to Ml Vernon I have decided to open a firstclass boarding house Regular boarders especially de sired Rates reasonable Miss ELLA JOPLIN ARRESTED Jim Pruitt was lIs sheriffIsworn out lnI Metesser A icompomiss Was made between Pruitt iandMeteiier Tue daVi and proceediiig lit1Ve eenflr1c during peace negptiatioS t IS C iraiiklin has a nice line of iandhearls Call and see them T J Ping closed his school at Oak Hill last night with a nice exhibition The band boys went out to furnish the music ARRFSTED John C ull ins arrested Charley Martin and took him to London last night ona charge of selling liquor unlawfully CONTINUED The case against John and William Hysinge charged with shooting Millard Bethurum was called yesterday and continued until the iSthjj on account of Bethurum not being able to testify THIS WEEK Misses Sallie and Mae Brown Fannie Mullins Vira Deborde and Wade Brown J J Ping and T T Simons will each close schools this week Miss Maggie Hansel will close next Wednesday We understand that Among the Breakers which was played at Stanford Thanksgiving is to be in Mt Vernon in the near future Thetroup is composed of Stanford people and those who saw the play- a week ago pronounce it firstclasstt WELL PLEASED TT Adams of the fism of Houk Adams who has hdd charge of the business at Livingston for the past two weeks is well pleased with the amount of trade they are getting and says it is rapidly increasing each day- BIRTHrAYMrs Willis Adams celebrated her 4oth anniversary Sunday Dr and Mrs A E Ewers Dr and Mrs A G Lovell and Mrs Nannie C Albright were invited to partake of the delightful dinner which Mrs Adams had pre pared This office has just printed a lot of large circulars for Judge P D Colyer in which he advertises his many bargains at his store in Alton The Judge has made a good start and shows his goocl busiiiess5ense by liberal advertising whick al ways pays PiKE TA YLOR Miss Lille Taylor daughter of Mr and Mrs Jim Taylor and Mr Joe Pike went to Somerset Monday where they were married Monday night the Rev Dodge officiating Miss Stella Taylor a sister of the bride and William Arnold accompanied them William Hilton a representative of the Standard Oil Co was here for a few days this week complet ing arrangements for locating an oil tank at this place for supplying oil to Mt Vernon and points throughout the county The de liveriwill be made by tank wagons MONUMENT A beautiful mon utnent was erected Saturday to mark the resting place of the late J J Williams It is of dark barre granite and stand 6 feet the base of which iS5x9 feet and weighs 10500 pounds The work was done by the CentralKentucky Marble and Granite Works of Richmond and is a most creditable job to PIN HILL oG Win fer is here crisp andcoldc Miss 1Ul Meadows wasin town last week n Mr J Thompson is hereon business from East Bernstadt Mr Win Sympspu camc up to see home folks Saturday last Mis Rose McFerron spent the lay Sunday with her friends the Misses Sympsons The Christian Endeavor Society has contributed to the pleasure of our prisoners in Frankfort with letters ahcl s5mething inresub tstantial Messrs Fish back Moore Sam brook and Sympson of Livingston injbyed a wild turkey huntjone day this week in the mountains beyond Livingston I tlnri r not tp have an 3itJiciitiarfccouut such as furui3c1i1- 1cr I J J1s but uea fsriot the outcome JtJY1X if t LIVINGSTON 0 W F Tubbs was at Berea be tween trains Monday M C Williams is here this weekselling drugs J Jim Champ Mullins is again workin on the K C division John Mullins visited relatives and friends on Big Hill Sunday Robert Tyre of Pittsburg was with Charlie Henderson Monday J B Bowman of Pineville was at the Mullins Hotel Wednesday- W C Mullins and Mrs WF Tubbs have been on the sick lit this week lUl1linsSunday J F Cooper building a cottage for R B Mullins near the school building Mr and Mrs John Silvers are visiting relatives on Skaggs creek this week Miss Effie Meadows entertained a number of her young friends one evening last week A W Sowards ofvlt Vernon was here Sunday visiting his friends Mr and Mrs John Walton on the Klondike Mrs L P Sholl of Campbells ville returned home Tuesday after a two weeks visit with her daught er Mrs George Pike John Reynolds Harry Dillion andQ L Sparks went all the way to Billions Switch Saturday night to attend a dance Mrs Sue Mullins Mrs Poynter L T Bradford and several others attended the Protracted meeting at Calloway church Wednesday evening V Mrs Henry Pettus and little daughter of Crab Orchard who were tile guests of Mis WT Merimee returned home Vednes dayArthur Botner was injured while working on the Railroad this weekly falling over a switchstand and being thrown under the wHeels bf the train He came out with the loss of his toe nails for which his his friends are very thankful Mr Orndorff Pap killed six very fine hogs this weeknet weight 2 140 tbs Every part was used up except the hair Pap offers a reward to the person who can prepare the hair so that it can be used for food Say Pap why not ask Windy Adams He knows all things Adjoining Counties 0 Judge Stansberry of Laurel county has resigned as Judge to take effect Monday The magic trate met yesterday to fill vacancy for the unexpired term Three cases of small pox are reported at London WOMAS RELIEF A really healthy woman has lit tie pain or discomfort at the menstrual period N woman needs to have a iWine of Cardui will quickly relieve those smarting menstrual pains and the dragging head back and side aches caused by falling pf the womb and irregular menses t IIWBIEOF CARDinl has brought permanent relicf to 1000000 women who Qrcdn every mouth It makes the men H atrual organ strong and healthy JS It is the provision made by Taw furtto give women relief ironxffi the terrible aches and pains which 1 blight sp many homes iGHKENWQOD LA Oct 14 1900 timoiwountilltdodrelievedibp lA YO T CrirAaTi ittii 4drz g fteit rvID2rve eitw 1ii 1U P rie c C t aX CHAS 0 DAVISSUCCESSOR TO THEO WKSIEY FOR L fresh t DrugsALSO t i Patent Medicines of ii Kind i Perfumery StationeryToiller Articles i t CIGARS AND TOBACCO Paints antI Oils PRESCRIPTIONShours CH FRITH H OOfAE nor11rovButt for your own in terest be sure to come DONT BUY FROM 1J S until youve looked around if you prefer it that way but in any event dont fail to see US before you will save You Time and Money Can goods S C2IbROlled Oats cc Big Bargains in l SHOESlHATSAND NOTIONS wILLput UOfli top by Selling Ui at the bottom BETTER GOOqp AT LOWER PRICES THAN YOU CAN GET ELSEWHERE mixture at all BRODHEAD KENTUCKY U Run jtfter Low Prices and High CORRECTED EACH WEEK BY C H FRITH Coffe 124 Lion Coffee I24C XXXX Coffee i2Jgci Good Green Coffee IOCtO I24c Flour N S per bbloFiour Mt Belle 4op Flour Plain Family 3oe Granulated Sugar i6lbs Light Brown Sugar 17 r6b Syrups per gallon 300 7 fl Boone Soap roc Coal Oil best per gallon iSc Calico bestGrades 5C TILL PAY HIGHEST price FOR COUNTRY PRO DUCE CANT Afford Paint j j t1 IltL fft t i 4 THE man wliasays that forgets that painting properly done is economy and the fact she cant afford NOT to paint HOW often you require to paint is largely dependent upon the paint you use The Sherman Williams paintsout last others They are the most you can use because they cover most and wear longest Add to this their good appearance and you have perfect paintsTHE SHERMANWIL LIAMS PAINTS They are made for many different kinds of painting What ever its you want to paint a house or anything in or of the- housew make the right paint for that particular purposenot one i slapdash for all 100 lbs out SOLD BY I C H FRITHI BRODHEAD KY I PEOPlE FOUND v IOUK ApAMs Mt Vernon Ky I TO BEEThe Compounded 2- JlhemT Qualities Cakesof IW TO econornicalOpaints rrh HAVE We place for Fai Dealing ancf Y Jtkeeping on hand what you want tte Agents for Horse Shoe brand fertilizers farming implements shingles coal lay and corn you want come to our Big supply house and be convinced 4l Our Stock of drocery1Suppe- Are si fr OUR SaCYESfi i Sh elves aregrpaning under the loads MgoocTh to suit UiQ general trade r OUR OUR iItWirry Complete of all grades hats and caps clothing ovOr t alls shirts collrsa1iLties and iu general t line ofmens frirnishings Ladies Wear of all Kinds 1 1 goods are firstclass motto laIrDea l g1i COM carefully jArbuckles lDok buy Etil bc satls ecl- iLica1 l tc whit wesayt aixi ydu wfJl dc Titiiiiie fa conic HdLk P ri 9i l tr 1 PHONE NO 251 RtJ vVSy t i t lt filler House i W J RIDER PROP Headquarters e for Commercial Men Porter at all trains The VerandaHotel JOSEPH COFFEY PROPR Stanford Ky Specially equipped for traveling men Sample room on first floor Bath rooms free to guests RATltS200 per day Hotel- P Frith FRANCISCO Propr Located at the Depot BRODHEAD KY good Livery Attached Meet all Trains Day and Night Traveling Men and Railroad men Solicited Will furnish Lunches for all trains powder Francisco MtoUMENTAL WORKS Brodbead Ky Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones ALL WORK FIRSTCLASS SATISFACTION GIVEN Big Four BUFFALO RO TE TO jffHE NORTH AND EAST J1J rtrt x tf1i 1901 f x l BEST LINE JJC 10 Indianapolis reoria and Chicago INFORMATION cheerfully fur nished on application at City Ticket Office BIG FOUR No 213 FOURTH AVENUE or write to S J GATESGeneral nt LOUISVILLE KY 1a New Fast Trai- nCOLORADO TO UTAH AND PACIFIC COASTt In effect Sunday May igth The new train will leave St Louis 900 a in daily the evening train to same points ioro p m daily Through sleeping car service between St Louis San Francisco and ortHwestern points Only line that does a twice dai1IExcursion tickets now on sale Nor further informaUbh address T G Matthews 1P A r Louisville Ify jfc prO NSENii Gent Passer ttdVSlift Agt St Louis tr t = Insurance of all k111 d Ster i fif5 THE nalldffic 9l j X II400 kH re THE FISH Restaurant i o the place to so when you f ant fresh OYSTERS FRUITS and NUTS at d a fine line ot TAFFEY CANDIES and all other STICK and FANCY Candies FRESHo bread and faintx 1fIcakes cIA full line of can good Staple and Fancy Groceries COME when you want hot Vegetable Soup and roast beef Warm lunch at all hours In basement old brick hotelJ H FISH IlrIIto write for our confidential letter bcfoi ijfor patent it may be worth pttcy We promptly obtain U 8 and Porei 6n PATENTSand TRADE MARKS or return EN T I attorneys feo Send model sketch or F IMMEDIATEEEhe best legal service and and Qur charges are moderate Try us gPatentOpp US Patent Office Washington Dlfc r iCOURT CAIjIvXDARC- IJUKTV COURT Fourth Mon day iu each month QUARTERLY COURTFirst Monday in January April July and October Ionciaiiilin May and Third Monday iu September MT ViiRNON POLICE COURT Third Monday in each month KO r I M JVIJ V RfnOn Tent No21r MT VERNON KY MEETS every ist and 3rd Mon day in each month 730 pIn GEO S GRIFFIN COM 1ARC FURNISH Rise KEEP RILEY HOUSE FB RILEY Prop LONDON KY ComIIand convenient to Depot Rates 2 oo prr day M L MYERS Dentist MT VERNON KY FIRSTCLASS W 111 OFFICEAt the Rice property PHONE No 38 P A PeumnRton D D S M D OENTST N W Cor Third and Chestnut Sts LOUISVILLE KY Will he at Miller House Mt ernon during all Circuit Courts R G Williams Attorney at La vy- MT VERNON KY StopIposite C C Wit Hams Attorney at Law MT VERNON iCY OFFICE On 2rcl floor of The Bank ofMt Vernon on Church streetSpecial attention given to collections Furniture and Undertaking A full and complete stO kAlli orders filled promptly Motto Best goods and lowest prices JA Mullin fib Son Successors to Blankfenship k Mullias LlVINGSTbNj KSNTUCKY MULLINS JIEITEL FurniBHed with every Cenveni lance and Oomfprt W r Tubs Prop u 0 LIVINGSTON JCy SAMPLE rooms for Commercial men t tf w = Washington t Letter Itnmi Ouc licijuiar uorrezpoudntli Vasiniigtou D C Dec 2 ryoi1 The Congressional wheels began to goiouud today out they only- owingmade a trvv revolutidus to adjournment as a mark of respect tu ihejintinory ot the late President Mclvinlcy The democratic caucus renominated Representative Richardson of Tciin House itj also decided to make a fight for a reform in the rule that would give a the House the con- trule ofIleitslation by making it pos3ibJelpfget a bill or resolutibt- mbeforeti House whenever a imi jority ofitgmenibers sign a peti tioiiaskng therefor This reform would be absolutely fair and would offer no party advantage to the democrats as it would be necessary forthem to a sufficient number of republicans to join them in sign ing a petition to form a majority of the House befbrSa bill cotHd be forced out of a committee pigeon hole If the republican1 members who have talked ajjjainst the Reed rules would vote as they have talk ed this reform could be accomplished notwithstanding the opposition oJ the republican bosses but the chances are that they will as usual swallow their caucus menicine and that the business of the House will theIIf the administration attempts to compel Congress to provide for tariff concessions on Cuban sugar and tobacco as advocated by Sec retary Root Mr Rooevett and Ben Leonard Wood Governor of Cuba who is in Washington to help the administration it will have the biggest sort of a fight on its hands from the start Leading republican Senators and Representatives among the latter Mr Payne of New York who will be chairman of the Ways and Means committee of the House which must favorably report the bill before it can get before that body have publicly de clared that under no circumstances will they support Cuban tariffcon cessins It looks like a fight now but it will depend on the adminis tration Senator Bailey of Texas is one of a growing coterie of democrats in Congress who neglects no op portunity to talk upon the availa bility of Hon AP Gorman of Md for the next democratic nomination for President This sort of thing is not encouraged by Mr Gorman who has been in politics too long not to know all about the dangers attending premature booms but this boom is very seri ously meant by the gentlemen who are pushing it and with or without his consent Mr Gorman is put in the race for the nomination The AntiTrust League of Wash ington is after Attorney General knox again on account of his fail ure to take action against the big trusts as requested by the league early in th fall It has adopted res olutions declaring him conspicious ly unfit to be Attorney General of the U S and prtitioniug the Sen ate when the nomination of P C Knox to be Attorney General is reached to refer the same to the Judiciary Committee in order that a fair and full examination into the Leagues charges against Senate Judiciary committee will give it an opportunity to do so Representative Griffith of Ind says his constituents are opposed to the subsidizing of ships and gave the reasouWe build agricultural machinery locomotives steel rails and a multitude of other articles in competition with the world The some materials practically go into these articles that go into ships Why then do we need to subsidize ships We ought to be able to build them mho in competition with the entire globe Representative Crumpacker of Ind whose scheme for reducing the representation of the South in the House was sidetracked by the republican bosses at session of Congress b causetbeyl politicaldynamite to try to handle is talking it up hoW1muchduces it at this session It is too arly to say positively what will be the result but the chances are believed to be against the scheme The Ship subsidy job is already wboislallowed introiducedmade so as to try to placate enoug of the republican opposition to get a majority tq vote for ittibut vicious princjpl underlying the biBJ and all similar jobs will be the same and the bill will fee fought ill every way possible by the demo lqerablestanding the changes and ft1coming ajaw is far from certain V 6Y = eorw3 i So many resolutions as to the policy of the democrats during this session of Congress were cfleredat the detnocritic House eatteus tbl u vfak decided to refer them all to a committee to be appeiiitcd by Rep resentative Hay of Va vtfbo was honored with a unanimous reelec tion as chairman of the caucus which will consider them and report to another caucus to be held January IO1r Hay will make this committee a representative one as its report If adoptedas it probably will be will determine the democratic policy not only in the House of thisCdiiresir but in the Congressional campaign ofnext year Republicans are actively circulating statements calculated to create the impression that the cau cus was a regular cat and dog fight Such stotementsare untrue There were differences of opinion other wise there would never be any need for a party caucus but the were not more pronounced than those expressed at the republican House caucus and it can he stated on the authority of a doxen men who were there that no illfeeling whatever was shown in the expression of their differences and there is not the slightest doubt that the com mittee appointed by Mr Hay will succeed in making a report that will be adopted by a practically unanimous vote at the next caucus It may be stated in passing that there is much doubt whether the differences developed at the repub lican caucus can be aseasil adjust ed In other words there is much more probabilityaamong the republicans in Congress than among the democrats Just watch and see if this isnt true HOMEAND CHILDoes your horse feel his oats What a difference be tween the grainfed and the grassfed horse The first strongand full of ginger the second flabby weak and tired out before he begins The differencebChildren are not alike either One is rosy brighteyed fun of life and laughter another h pale weak and dull The feed ing again is responsible Sickly children need special feeding They dont feel thc i oats Scotts Emulsion adjust the right richness to their diet It is like grain to the horse The child gets new appetite and strong digestion Scotts Emulsion is mere than food It ba stronroJ medicine It rouses up dull children puts new flesh en tliii ones and red blood into pak ones It makes children grow Scotts Emulsion makes ore nary food do its duty Tl57 picture rjpp cnt the Trader Murk oi coU Emulsion aili5 r i tir wrn per of every Louie Send for free sample SCOTT B0VNjE 409 Pearl St NUV York hoc and i all druggists A Gallon of PURE LINSEED OILmiN with a ialloa ofl HtttrjPa mkea 2 gallon of the YuRY DESTP in the WORLD otAoCL or yonrpaint bill Is FAIt bUI ABLE thatPURE W SITE LEAD mill is ABBOLUTKLT NOT Poi SONOUS HAUUAB PAIMT is made of the BEST orPAINT MATEEIALS SUCh a3 all JpalntOTB and is around THICK VERT THICK No trouble to mix anyy icy can do it It is the COMOCBEND UzTrmpaintcanbalaadsat XOT TO CKACX BLISTXS PJCKL or Cxzr P StLsrIsMSold C lelS 1 Davis4r i f orT1 V ern Ofl s Iy Ave etablePre aratlonforAs- similating theroodandRegula- dse Stomovhs alulBowels of- ta Promotes DigeslionCheerFuK m ness andRestContains neither OpiumMorplunc norMmeral t NOT NARC oTacr OI llrSWlJELPUClEiIl Ri ur ScJ z4inasdIu tSNd ar ConsllpaUon Worms Convulsions Feverish ness and LOSS OF SLEEP Facsimile Signature or NEW YORK EXACT COPY OF 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