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I f 4wUU2q p = =o i IV MT VERNOST ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 26 1902 r DUMBER 52 TELL MY FRIENDS TO BE BRA VE AND FEARLESS AND LO YAL TO THE GREAT COMMON PEOPLE QI o t j Sr r i A 1 1J DO YOU Know = 5 f YOU CAN Buy perhundredeBakers 6 Meat per pounda H II cents Sugar per pound H 5 cents Arbuckles Coffee per pound 10 cents Green Coffees per pound 813 to zocults Baking Soda per pound f 312 centsrr= IIdI1 CRAB 0 Mrs M E Borders ands n Will C1 have moved to Mrs lys farm R L Riddleis on the sick list has not been able to attend school br several days D B Edmiston f of spent and Sunday ming ling with his many friends here Mrs Dr Burdett of Brodhead spent last and Sunday with her lathers family D C and Mrs J F Holdaui and Miss Ila and Miss Kath to on It is a certain fact now that this on the corner of Main and Maple streets will soon be in progress A little child of JJ Z Carson and wife was brought here from for burial This is the second one they have brought to their old home to bury since they left here four years ago Messrs Hicks and Focetz of Bluefields W Va and S A Mid dleton and S P Gray of CrabS Il sinking a well on Mrs Sue Holmes farm about two miles from town They say the prospect for oil is good Mr C H and wife and pretty little Georgia also James Sigler all of whom spent the summer with Mrs M V Sigler left last night Mr and family for their home at Frankfort Indand Mr Siglar for CofFey ville Kan Mrs G W Miller whose hus Jband runs Ranch 101 Bliss Okra is visiting her sister Mrs S E Brooks We rejoice with Mrs Brooks and hope her sister will make her a long visit as we have an only sister our baby sister who is many miles away and we may never meet on earth again but hope to meet on the other shore where there will be no more V Crab Orchard wasa little sur prised to hea- of the of Sam Tatum an Miss Jennie Payne She left home to go to for the of laying in her fall Tatum leaving at the same time Next the family of each read a that they wet married in Cincinnati They had been lovers from childhood but it seems they were in no hurry to lake the fatal step They are both liighly and have man friends herethe writer wish them a long Ii re Hof and Mrs Mary Adams is visiting her son Per Adams Miss Susie Adams was with Sunday K J Smith went to and returned Henry Parkerson went to Lin coln county Sunday on business Per Rigby went to on the excursion night John M Lear was the guest of Sam Maharg and family Sunday Mrs Robert left here to join her husband in Mrs Mary Duvall has been quite ill for some days but is better at this writing Mr Ed Smith went to Scaffold Cane Monday to take lists for Assessor John Kirby- A C Hiatt and family were visiting relatives at Sunda y and Monday J R Martin sold his farm near Grove to Matt Coffey of Conway price not known Mrs Julie returned home Sunday after a few months with relatives in Mr Albert Hiatt is again able to take charge of his school after bung absent seven weeks with fe ver Quite a number of our people attended church and the basket dinner at Grove Sunday where they will stag some months a BY often cry not from pain but from hunger althoug fed The entire trouble arises from their food is not but devoured by worms A few doses of Whites Cream will cause them to cease crying and begin to thrive 250 German Socialists claim that s n tion A Having pains in crag without appetite I began to use Dr Kings Pills writes W P of Ken d soon fel like a ch r I c 0 AE is iii buying goods Mrs Shubert of Ohio is visiting relatives here Mr and Mrs Josh Dunn are visiting in Garrard county Rev A J Pike is detained at home on account of the sickness of his son Gcebel Mr and Mrs J T Susie Hilton are in e the State Fair this week Robins Fowler will the Vanhook monument this week which is one of the linest pieces of work I most ever saw v The Red Man R P Pike has moved his stock of goods into the store the R Rand is doing a business Dr I S Burdett a very skillful on J B Yoncess eye a few days since Mr Yonce will remain with us for some days and take a treatment for catarrh The colored Baptist met here last week They are try ing very hard to found a school at this place A of the of Laurel county has been called for the 27th to select to at didate for Court has been in session for several days g trouble arising between the ionaud miners at Lily the result is that two have been held over to answer before the grand jury and two bound over to the peace A BOYS WILD RIDE FOR LIFE With family around him to die anda son riding for S New Disco ery for Coughs and Colds WH Brown of Leesville Ind ensured deaths agonies from asthma but this won derful medicine gave instant re He writes 11 now sleep soundly ever night Like cures Bron chitis Coughs Colds and jGrip prove its matchless merit for a Throat and Guar anteed bottles free at slh e Mass s t r i IDOUnderstandcjjwj2S sE SS S2 flMf II jvtifa Nn= Fr rn I I ne v- rl 3 to 3 r to AL f v 7 toe i ji v o L centsI H WomensShoesfrorn2j up Above Bargains go to I BAKERS Great Bargain Establishment Mt tIL ORCHARD Kelr Louisville Saturday Saturday PayneMr daughter tripJbUildIin Alabama yesterday Orchardare Cashddllar daughter Saturday Cashdollar partings Tuesday morning marriage Cincinnati purposeI morning telegram respected anio- nthemcrho happiness prosperity HIATT homefolks Lancaster Saturday Tuesday Cincinnati Saturday Spoouamoore Saturday CincinnatiK Preachersville Hickory Singleton Cincinnati Staversons accompaniedbyCovington Saturday DEVOURED WORMSi Children abundantly inattention assimilated Vermifuge surpriseIdruggists huudredseatd FORTUNE FAVORS TEXAN distressing beeNeAVLife Whitehead nedaleTexUa stomabdruggist BRODHEAD Albright Cincinnati relatives Clterryattd- llliss Louisville attending complete fronting flourishing performed operation LONDON association meeting Democrats delegates orIJbincongressIconstantly investigatin- the NonUnion expecting KingeConsumption lainimarvelous Pneumonia Lungtroubles oUlessocandLooJtriar alldruggists wasl zf- 4X YOU CAN Buy Mens Suits from 650 JMens fine Paatsfrom 75cents 3oo Children Suits from Brents 00ifCalicos from centsV cents For Vern ja Ky Consumption SCRAPS IBYJET A circus joke is like history it repeats itself You will probably be sorry some times for forgiving an enemy but not often Speaker Hendersons method of jumping from a balloonis about the most sensational of the lot Themost precious sword in ex isteuce is that of the Gakwar o Baroda Its hilt and belt are in ciusted with diamonds rubies and emeralds and it is valued at the famulous sum of j ii 10000 Twenty St Joseph women cut two blocks of weeds after dark one night last week They became tired of waiting for the Council to order the work done and took the scythe and sickle in their ownj hands Mr John H Engl man brought us yesterday sample of his sweet potatoes which take the cake so far One measures 23 inches in length another weighs 334Ths and the third has very much the appearance ofan opossum Mr Engleman is the boss potato raiser Interior Journal H R Bright colored had on exhibition here Tuseday three pumpkins that aggregated 3041 pounds He raised them on T P Hills fine farm on Hanging It Fork The largest of the three pumpkins weighed no poundst Journal Lord Avesbuiy better known as scientistbhas been teaching his dogto read He has progressed so far that Va finds a card with out printed on it when he wishes to go for a walk and picks out other words in the same fashion To D B HWhat in the do you mean by retirnig worldI race for Congress Answer To T REven with the best of tr tvoulcj7have to get into condition Iconic not get in shape to last four rounds And I never could dodge an upper cut Must wait unlil we elect a nonpugilistic Congress yStanley Spencer i the aeronaut has been cruising above London and its vicinity in a steerable air rship of his own constructions He started from the Crystal ailed cber St Paulswent as far west ask aling circled above that- sl1jurbt11t nce he altered hiscourse in a northwesterly direction and Ysailed well against the vind JttJie direction ofharrow IIheard your brother say this that I showed my age Do you think so trrIcould be completely happy iu a wilderness with him shehasnoVIgone hun Uitiverfa collector of human brains On the shelves of the museum are many brains of crimi nals while In his private laboratory are the brains of many college professors and eminent scientists who have willed their brains to his colI lection Yas said Tattered Tad onct Iwas caught steal in a ride on freight goin through Philadelphia Did the perlece run you in1 asked Weary Bear in mind Weary dat dis happened in sleepy old Philly I was arrested all right all right but you kin bet I waznt run in I wuz walked injso slow I went ter sleep The volunteer department had responded to a man when the cry of Fire was scattered over the wireless telegraph system of the village The conflagration proved be in the top story of the hotel See exclaimed one of the bucket brigade the fire is in the thrd story and our ladder will reach only to the second Thats all right replied th eof noble Chief of the department drinknwhile waiting for the flames to comedown to our level The Gettits are on the roach to wealth says the sage of the grocery MI understand they was doing right well observed the grocer Yes They had a big wheat crop and their corn turned put twice as good as they expected the oldest daughter ran away with a summer boat der that owns an o well in Texas the younger daugh milliollIaircautomobile and gets accident in sura nee and damages from the chauffeur and now they are going to move to the city where the old colhcele car a e com Damr settle Attorney General Knox arrived at New York He refuses to dig puss the result of his investigation of the Panama canal tittle at Paris iO 0 S Land Stock and Crop 0 Y Seventyfive barrel of new corn sold at 150 pr barrel in Bath county last week Another lot ofrtaro hundred barrel sold at 2 per barrel to be delivered Mr G B Turley Jr bought Tuesday of Mrs G J White 26 head of 800 pound Polled Angus Ihelffers at 475 ctsW C Fitz patric soldon Wednesday to M j Thompson Collins of Washing ton Coiirt House 30 head of cat tlee at 4yf cents Average wt 1080 pounds Ricniond Register r J A Ramsey auctioneer reports t the sale Saturday morning of B F Curtis as fairly well attended Among the prices obtained weie r the following Four milch cotr S7 30 to 46 i fresh Jersey cow and calf 70 3 weanling heifers 950 1350i13 Winchester Democrat Friday JE Clay sold to Joseph 100 export Cattle averaging 1425 lbat 6 At Mt Sterling tcourt R B Hutchcraft bought 4 890 pound cattle at 385 English r Anderson of Sideview bought 30- iioopound cattle at 475iWednesday L Joseph for S S t Co bought 130 export cattle 30 of1V K Griffith weight 1450 at h 1 6 looof C n1 Clay Jr weight 1450 at 6Paris Kentuckian J Young Brothers of Cumberland sold 100 head of feeders to Bond l i Lillard of Lawrenceburg at 4 cts Torn Rankin sold 32 head of 750pound cattle to Willani Tuggle tGarrard county for 412 per hundred B F Sanders of Harrodsburg bought Monday of M J Farris 438 export cattle at 565 They averaged 1400 pounds Also three car carloads from JC Johnson at 6Iits Danville Advocate A PARSONS NOBLE ACT I want all the World to know writes Rev C J Budlong of Ash 4 away R rwhat a thoroughly good and reliable medicine I found in Electric Bitters They cured 11the of jaundice and liver troubles sufferingIcure y I ever saw Electric Bitters are the surprise of all for their wonde ful work in Liver Kidney and Stomach troubles Dont fail tov try them Only 5octs Satisfac lion is guaranteed by all druggists The International Union of Commercial Telegraphers was or rgauized tits Chicago The Unions is patterned afterr the Typographie al Union r 4 1 1 Mt Vernon Signal =t FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 26 1902 tr =Publstcd every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT I =SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR anJAduetisin8 rates made known on application MrJo i FOR CONGRESS yJ daysZOF SHELBY t H H HENN1NGER Of Wayne county is candidate for t Treasurer subject to the action of Democratic pat f We are authorized to announce flib liON r Z MORROW As candidate for Circuit Judge in this distrnset sub j ject Io any action of the Republican party 0 =tO TIn Kentucky State Fair which is going on at Louisville this week yI is proving to be all that the promoters had hoped for andall doubt as to its becoming a nent institution is entirely removed intisuccesrs and Ientuckyfstand so far in the background this respect as it has in the past Tp some it may seem strange to say that every section of the Meven the remotest part of the tarn section will be benefited the permanent establishm such an institution but neverthe less such will be the case ho with greater benefits for Some tions than others In every stance and particular it should al ways be the aim and purpose ofat a every Kentuckian to do eve- r power to build up and z mate the interest of those things wfiich pertain to making s our State and to This end it should be tne desire and purpose o f 1 cit z nof KentuckYir o ma State Fair a permanent organization i RICHARD CRQKER for mauy years 7 leader of Tammany Hall is out for all time to come says the new lead er Charles F Murphy If leader of the Croker kind w e en a Hack seat lethim be crat or Republican we would have so much rotten politics President Roosevelt in his Cmt daycoalthe New York Board of Appraisers holds a duty of sixty seven cents a ton on all coal containing less carbonFt ioPOLITICS and POLITICIo Representative Clayten of Ala bama after a trip through ware predicts a Democrat- tory at the coming election StateSpeaker Heudenson wh route to Atlantic City said he was still firmly resolved not to recon sider his withdrawal He stated that President Roosevelts views of the tariff as presented in the Cin cinnati speech coincided with his Cyrus Leland Republics Na tional Committeeman from Kan 10 0 sap took strong ground reversion He said he couldusee no sense in keeping a tariff on alot x ftruck which we do not produce men simply to enrich the Eastern f trustsdead hasFle l tJ theymeasure to the President at the earli estipDrtunity He proposes in case artist ofa strike to have a Gove rl leceiver appointed for the operationsr until a settlement t Capt Walter McKay agent for indi the Quebec Steamship Company in gotsoIlhernfull bloom and is thriving that there is no need of food su forallwillingJr gists i u Jry IlGST N MrsJbinie iVletcalfe and sig ter 1leof East Bernsfadfc were visiting Miss Clara Griffin SatQrflay Miss Lira Cook is clerking for Ward Magee while air Magee is in Louis ville Craves is out i Paris spending o few days LnohOluefOlnsMrs Richard 1L d little son James are guests of M rs Francis Mer sbbnD S attend yeedof Maretbur g is relatives Tiers this week M S Dickerson and wife are in Fai mouth this week Mrs Tom Linnehan returned to T Farley seSv visit with relatives Jennie Hammonds of Lanca is visiting Mrs Jas DavisHucllby plhereSam WltiOlCreturned from a Visit to Hull Miss Cora Adams entertained a number of youngfblks Satur day evening Mrs W G Stark and sister have been to their home at Gethsel on account of veryA1lie low typ fever Mrs Lova daCar mical is very low at this 1pernlast a pound boy Miss Nellie Ti son who has been visiting for a few days is spending hisIS week at Mrs McPorrons near Pine idiliGoo Preston who is downiIlyJack5n1lth is build addition to his residence Dr purchasedlteproperty itbyvisitinge their er Taylor Arthur ofveranon are taking a friendsinAdams and family were vi s Mfc Vernon and Maretburg Adamsything manyIrohe didnt even o to Mt V SuudaySammie Sams hasIgone to Brush Creek to build a chimney for Bige Woods J C innketr iii tW rtWhiteheadSaturday and Sunday U leerherechalet j was Nellie 011every Tues SarahDemot1 ullin- s10tBotelDad Jones is ulHnsWe didnt miss him but Joe Oliver was in Mt Vernon Satur Snight TheM ullins Hotel ning over with boarders a IdsM smilingIE filled GraIerlall 4SEl S ITEMS M 0 The bank deposits of the areDea 8500 Treasury 4232oisoo oooY 000 twenty years agoDeminentire his willingness to attend the GatlmCongress of Tuberculosis which will be held in St Louis in 1904 TpointsThe report of the Suraeo Dr rateforthousand Fourteen cases of yet S 4ortyeight fatal were reported The11Lstrength of the army was 92 M Charles C l1it1sat one time found t ly successfuLartist was Win his idbm athis boarding house in New York Coro ers verdict is thatdeath was duet Dr agasIM as lie slept i DYSiEPINines IG StunderHbeengestion for 21 years tree jobgotarjjlgLaroEppeG recom ciringlinen r LitJ J r SHERIFFS SETTLEMENT o ROCICCASTL t COUNTY COURT June 5th l J W Brown ha inl902Ieen ljlir appointed by the Roclccastle Fiscal Court ItS special Ccjuiniis Hayeswit11 foltreport v I find that there was assessed for ar 1901 2689 polls of umber 775 were returned quent leaving I9T4 for Jelinhe is charged one dollar each lOIn1h assessed value of taxable certifiedisswaserr07478200the Assessor and yhi hwas as sessed by the Sheriff pro rtyF railroadliasassessmea 59735000 mak logs total valuation of property assessed in the county for taxation 167578200 of this amount there byneatls1472700 were lands sold for taxes which were assessed at 55200 leaving anet valua ofIns were sberifferecharged vith3o cents advalorum for the general expenses of theJ county and 15 cents advalorum the Road fund of the county sheriffIu with his General fund as follows To 1914 Polls at neon 191400if30 cents advalorum on 165750300 50H To 15 additional Polls 00R To additional collectionsr 750Lasr of Courtngder 30 15 By Commission for col 49607ny638277J1JBcharge him with the Road Func as follows To 15 cents advalorum L1svlIleBy Commission for col 53GFund 230772 Net totaldue county thePetitas reBY CLAIMS PAID Vchr A N Granville Leece i 9 50JL Durham 2 9 6o J Miller lvS i 95 Jatnsey C s 4 3ta0 L SL Durham 5 i 300nville Leece j5 3 00 20 op 7I3 J268 iiC Miller V 250 90 W ropeople 100 00 Jii 20 10JJames Miller 12 19 00 M Luncford 013 Ooo r4Dr ThetJ7 9fi50tV I5 oE 200LTB Cairo r II Znr I5 C9 WE JVjGravely 22 33 00 James Pruitt 23 8 00 r L 17LA00 Pruitt 26 J Miller 27 66 J Miller 28 zo oo 522 iz R Thomas 29 I2 00 30Mrs z as t 50 IS Pil f50 00 1I V S1R00 Da1Nealr 7 JJ VlHC100M 00d40 z co G Montgomery 41 24 oo fir Croiuer 42 325 45 kin II jcks 462 00 T AJr 13 Jones 46 6 00 larics ira n s 47J 2O0Jaei t J R Gatliiff 48 9 00 Jones Fish 49 z 55 Frank Jones 50 5 57 W H Jones 5 6 70 VH Jones 52 2 oo Josiah Mullins 53t z 00 R A Set iufora 54 3000 Wood 55t 3 So Wood 56 600 L A Davis 57 i2 00 Dr A G Lovell 58J 6 00 7thatJ F Griffin sg I 10JJohn R Cope o 2 W B J TackINTJ N Brown 63 2 OO J F Watson 94 JF Vatso5n 65 r2 55 P E Snivel 66 z 56 S Phillips 67 2 WA McKinney 68 z 00 Dr A G Lovell 6g 53 2 3 Wix Dillion 60 2 80 W D Hellard 6i 7 50 R G Williams 62 R G Williams 63 350 Willis Griffin 4 2 ooII P 65H 600 W 2 coD Thos J Frith 67 G S SC 50FranklinT J Nichols 70 2 R G Williams 71 100 J C Rmetz 2 oo C Rymel 13 r for15i Norton 74 E B Bmitlj 5 9 2Loo D B Southard 77 r5 00 J i KirbyCo 7O z ooC 0n75 73 50IL Tate 86 rt 70 G Williams 81 250 00 J W Tate 82 2 OO Henry Catron S3 4 00 P D Collier 8416 oo 75J64J50TR PI Lewis 2069E- W 00 MV Croutcher 92 i 00 2X Peunington 93 Qo 1BradleyGIloert Jones Fish 97 10 0E SS6SS4g 3 32 32ral3 32 8sThos103Cts 2 00 104 2 00SP Lechleiter 105 4 50 Dr J S Cooper 106 I S0 John J Brown 107 Proctor Io8I Qo T M L Craig 5 199 I ooRC Chi dressJ10 00 rIIlIJ 2 5 LC Mullins 112 00 J Clancy ILo goo c Grubs IId 30 00 Arch McGuire rIS 2 00J I600o 211 24 VcRleyIi7 2 o Vesley lIS 50 65J tlter Mullius ilg 3 0 S Albright 120 57 0T k iu Hicks inr 2 GT Johnson 122 3 Tt1te j 13 2i 44Jn Japln and others = 114 4010V Pctar xsJ 100Jfir tills sctcieujentr r 15 00 H J 3I5co63Tcroild less Sheriii sGpin 771Surpluscredit jiinr ragainstTlthe Road Mat tirosi fdllbtvs John jP chi John No Cts QF outer I 1000 fayne AJ14 oo r Ecausr W3 6 oo ScoJahnW OWens 66QO H uls IrQns 71 70 J JuriJRiddellIo 12 00 t I lTCarinical IL 2 00 K 1rnlittln Ii- K IO po 13 6 75 John Elder 14 10 oo r J C Childress 15 6 oo Van Swnnagan r6 r 50 Jas B Delp hIi z oo H O Houston x8IWM Williams i W F Warren ao 5 50 Harrison Pitman 2r 50l W S Cress 22 W F Craig 238D G Bullock 24 3 W R McClure 2S + Jas W Riddell 26 g oo L Arnold 27 6 00W L Delph 2 I Yorkzg 7 oo t i 201 05 r 4 soLg 6 co J JWren rI 3 00 J S Reppert 3 4 00W Falin 53 to Ramond Dowell 3fl r2 Frank Mullins 35 4 Jas W Moore 3 14 00 John H Coffey 31 34 00 003J00ash Herin 39 S oo Wood Co 4it 72 00V A Mulling 4r 8 00IF S McKinney 42 2S oo WI5Sol Griffin 44 50 John Griffith G oo 00W RDillion 46 30 43 00V J JasF00V A Cox 49 5 oo PY0oW Baker jI g oo J S Jarrett 52 r6 25 Wm Hysinger 55 2 10 T Lair 5 WestiW L liller5S 5 50 450GeoClef Smith 5p l 00 P E ShlvelTho0 J D Abney 6ra S R B Harmon 61 g 00I HL Mink 6 I5 G M Sigman 65 I5 a J T Cherry 5b 71 go 25oU S Berry 69 4 Wm Sowder qr g co Bray Gadd 65 25fO M tPayne 6v r ocr 4RWm Linville fh J J Martin 72 Bullock7GM RV JToneseJ M Btllliuna 6 oo iw LCash 7 h S 3JROGBlack igo Jas Ballinger So S 25 D H3singer Sr S 00 Wm Mullins S 2 q 30 ToISriIQ loo S6S9 F 6 0o G Williams 3 T 4 o SurWIlT Scott 891 I 25 14PerJ M Proctor 9 ic JW M Rich gr io 00tj 94J 6 0obowed Rymel 9J r 2 oq J Purcell 96 rs o0theG Reynolds 97 3 oalire 46FunJ Hampton LaO 5So f DNArrlin LotI 50 F McClary 102 10 00 H rish 103 10 oo Blazer 104 6 coi Reams LOS 6 01 rGW Parsons 107 6 00 j ttJRobt50AllenPanne1L2 r2 oo I Adams ji3r 4 50 Harris 114 8 op ViIIIams ri5 6 00 HamtrP 1 ri6 4 00 Harvey ChaneyI7 6 06 1 McMullen 118 6 oo m McClure I zg 5 Ofli I 83rSa 1 M Gfpkier 2L r N Iaant22 j S5rW rawlt I 7 40Crum 125 itjl Kinney 126 S oo t rf SamCiiar lie 27 so oor a Ll1 Joseph Fredricks 128 g oo GiisStaverson 129 Io ao 30JDavid Webb ii- oo t4 co r L E Honk 32 I2 00 o0oovjr1 Hiatt r7DO Wm McHargtie 135 Io 00 WC Thompson 136- o 9 00 G W Cress 137 Lr 20 a 00 13boa jg00 Jii McClure 140 Goo 6 00 141bo 5 75 David Clark 143 6 00 O A Gentry 144 5 25 A J Long 145 6 00 W H Brown 146- oo 5 25 00J00J00H P Dattbn 149- oo 6 00 r 235 10 W A McKinney t3o6 Io C M McKiuney 15 F Lz co R N Towrey 152 4 00 j Auibros 153 zoo Thcs Bales 154 2 oo W Anderson 155 7 50 Henry Cox 1516 liO 00 P Haysa7 50 J W Bullockr58 6 Go I Ben Nicely 430 6 00 G W Decker itfo 7 00 H CoffeyIfiL 20 ao C Johnson I62L6 68 T C Johnson 163 ro 50 rtll Dnnji IdA 6 00 L D Ross 165 5 UO Gran Jle Leece6Gi 21 2 ft M P Kinser 167 5 30 ley Mink 166 G no W G Niceley 189 38 16 Johll J Harpeiu 170 6 uo W M Hurst 171 6 00 RL Bray 172 6 IMJ s Stn1lsWorth I r3k bJJ6i 3 V7 M McCJoUum 175 5 HJ Henry Hibburd 176 6 uo VS Braunaman 1f 8 00 0GA Morgan 178 4 0 JW Mink 17S 8 t 2tt7 19 tHooA P Right t isi 8 00 B C Anderson liS2 21 75 Alex Harrison 3t90v613ohrn a Co 187 13S 02 J obt Woodait 183- po 100 00 C M MeCteg Co tag S93S Nicbolds 190 m 00 375LoW G Brown 19S 4 00 423 41 By total claims ipniM 2148 53 fatal tzix coltected oaRottd Fond less 72rigSarpinshi Rood Fund 164 17 Surplus in Gen L Fund 73S 14 plus in Road Fond 161 17 Total Surplus in hands 31Tote in calculating the Sheriffs 10commission I took the sum of all s collected by hull and al Mm 10 per cent on 5 00000 of the sand and 4 per cent balance and apportioned commission between the eral Fund and the Road taresdcollected X W BROWN Coaa R R Coma L r BlacR LJaIr iR tI have used your Hair Vigor grcatifpC4sStorer the original color to pray sotr3g ii IIfibeen restoring color to yearsato do this yorkeither You can refi11airfrom forStU8 a oft All inijjisls If yourB0 sare nl lvo the namer your rexxret CXT1t otltoo Address J C X F CU Luwelt3fs c yam rpw- It Itlu 1iN7r WI t Vernqll Slg f JMr VERNON KY SE n 1902 Ii 9f r Call up No 79 whens ou tvanttoCOnjn1uli catctiyith SIGNAL Z9 t J 1 f 4c ti0 LOUISVILLC NASHVILLE R R CO r j TIMETABLE 4 north 1055 a m j 26 north 1 04a 111 ttf Z3 south 200 p I 25 South h 139 a tUJ TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 I Esterctlat the Mt Vcrrioj Ky PostofHct ns sec r ondclass mcll natter PERSONALS 4 I 0 R L Collier the notatnauvas up Chss Bethurum L N brake man is at home this week W J Sparks and family are at tending the State fair today s Prosecuting attorney Sharp has done a big work during court Judge J B Fish and son Ed were down troth Williamburg Sunsday f is Miss Bessie French ofnear Wil Jdie was here shopping Saturday last Sheriff Tate and deputies are be ing complimented for good work doneAssessor J W Kirby was here I during the week pusing his work a along J T Adams and U G Baker verein Livingston first ofathe weekIMiss Mary Peas has returned Jfrom the Massey Business College Louisville Young Mr Hagan of New Ha rven worked at depot Jiere Sunday and Monday Mr Bower of Parksville is vis I iting the fatally of lhissoa will i railroad agentat WildieplJudge Morrow is the picture of health and his genial smile is as welome as the sunshine be Misses Allice and Rosa Dolan are in Louisville this week attending the fair and visiting relatives Mr Jasper Rickels has returned from a two weeks visitjto his daugh ter Mr H B Spratt at Hamilton Ohio Ernest Ewers returned to Louis yule last night to pursue his course in the Bryan Stratton Business College leadiugdrummer tucky is now traveling for OuT backer Gilmore Co of Louis ville A good man anda good Louse to Yesdames C C Williams and trTopekaing with them Miss Clara Whitehead who is only slightly improved f in health She stood the trio fair- e ly wellijodonprobably be called to fill out the un expired time of the Rev Clay T pI Runyon who will leave on the 29 inst for Oklahoma to take charge of a church i LOCALS 0 a When in town come and see us andThursday Professional jurors sometimes rDrvending chewing gum I JfhlS1S N Dtwic 3s doing resident 1 ciiigiuefer work oh Brush railroad CreekJ ISiangford a1Iecordbreakness done J or Beasley Co Stanford for fur iutureijcarpets1rugsretc sept I93t r I LJJ tiriproveinent5r1li av fully e tIiPA Wor doing 211R iidsof job work lt reaso0tattle rates c j O eal Pairett and Will Cox are building aji addition t6 Mrs N f Albrights residence4 apipearanceLet the good work proceed Its rumored that R M John son WA B Davis and J JCook will be candidates for Legislature t1easleY Co Stanford will furnish coffins caskets and robes Ion short notice ti sep 193t Telephone users would secure better serviceif iheyr would readtl regulations andcpay spine heed to directions A splendid program has been arranged bythe literary society for this evening Everybody cordially invited to attend The sorry telepone service Soinerseris not chargable to our local company but the fault lies on the Somerset end S7 C Franklin has many curious things iu his show case at J Fish Among the new additions a petrified rabbit Brakeman E B Brown is here arranging to snore his family to the Henderson farm which he purchased 4 some time since The L N will sell tickets toy Louisvile Sept 29 till Oct 6ate3 fare round trip account of the Louisville Horse Show M- irWANTEDOld iron 252 tJHOUKMain street Mt Vernon KyyThe L N Will sell tickets to- M of Hopkinsville Oct 13 and 14 lim iteduntil Oct iS at iyi fare round trip account of the Grand Lodge Odd Fellows a tlBeasleykeep on hand a full supply Df the jtpleaseftseptI93tThisdivision the L N will the main stem after the gap is finished beteen Jellied and Knox ville when throughtrains will bea1 run from Chicago to Atlanta Frit Rueger is at home for a short time from his Pikeville gsareCo railroads building to that pointIt FOR SAIB OR 1 RADESom good work horses and one good saddle mare JH ALBRIGHT septi93t Brodhead Ky TheLS NWill sell tickets G Lexington Oct 6 to 16 limited Co until Oct 18jone fare round B account of fhe meeting of tben suentuckyAssociation 01IIJ1r miles from Mr Vernon ad ining the farm of George Levisay known as the firs McFeron ce9ood houses and farm in good condition Wilt sell cheap R M BAKEit P Mt Vernon Ky the The Royal Arch Chapter held n election at their regular faceting R foHoWitinRofficer Hams Ili ls Priest G S Griffin tTJKingWillis Griffi17Captain of Hosts on rNIJIhjyoodf illiams Scntnclt and J A Lau u ta Secretary c IpaniOllf W Harailtou audjfc R lEord of Rhmondeaine ever 4nd Insisted in cdnferriiig the d Ir oftOIStarifordDrthWShCPher of 2rat Orchard Cdmpii Shackelford installed the nasfiJiover a lev ld stippr v3s 5 rC3- djlod OU r broauiartl enjoyed 6 fnii21J hers of ibetiraft u LT J Its claimed by parties jiving in the Northeastern part of this cbun ty that they liavo discovered a feedet in thickness 30 fee t ids gnd es thug ahillUajf a niliattcoug TARM FOR arlZ hWe for sale a hum cifray aci esY lion o the waters of Brush Creek tw miles north of Levl Green Goo OrcharP 3 easy For further information call on- SEenry Catrdn Level Green Ky tf There are st number of people who persislently refuse to subscribe to this paper but make a scramble each publication day to read it and often depriving a subscriber of his copy put your name on this lisrG and stop annbyiug jour neighbor beanoecrat candidate for Congress tviI 1T make three speed eS in Rc clcastl during leis campaign t Verr non Monday Oct 27rth Living sloa TuesdayOct 28th mid Brod head Weduesdny Oct agar Be sure dint remember the dates oOFENI G D I have just returned from the city with a fell and complete line of falland winter millinery Aliie 1 latest styles Iwill have tits opening Satur3ay September 27a1 Everyone cordially invited to call gird see my excellent line of111N the latest pattern hats J sept =I92tMRS HLTA B k1tI Mr Edwin P Morrow a son of Judge Morrow was one df the attorneys who sttcceeda in acoquitling the negro si by charged with the murder erchant Hal ldn in lex iug orin Col Brecken ridge in the Herald to sap L We sincerely congratulate these lawyers upon their conduct this defense and particularly r Morrow upon the skill pertiu deity and eloquence displayed by M him Reared in this Blue Grass section where pedigrees are held peofiI f the possession cf these ualities to heredity fir Morrow Cljlder and the nephew of a skill and eloquent lawyer anjigives ronsise of increasing the rjtpiita son lion of his name and blood The school book question which has been 4rconsiderable was tit3oit the partof the teachers peandthattoryfor Giun Co and Rand Me Nalley against the American Book was totJudge Morrow sustains the- andamus grouted sometime ago which prohibits the further s leOlin the kind of text books that have of been in use far the past five years is and requires that parents in par chasing new books for their child reu shall buy those furnished byHI nntLCo and Rand McNalley as adopted by exSupt W A Davis and his board All child now having books on hand ch ashve been in use heretofore ker will be allowed to use them with t the purchase of these new which makes r very vice arrangement for those who already have their gookson hand and do agiu not feel able to biij new ones in A rather serious difficulty took yelaceSprings between John Grayesori one side and Mitchell NprtOn and his son Robert and Parks- eynolds on the other Just how clime up we are unible today o ever it was toe result of an old i Graves fiVed one shot atat orton winch made avlesh wound rrt the right tide Klhe head orton cut Graves pomeSthreeor r tidies Robert Norton while cey s Geo athcr and Graves tvere nacfiagj it tiustlirs t Graves pjstol art one shot at him xyhieli took effect in the back Frank Bullock viIU Sl tug m iupoii Hs pistol told B pock ot stat J backgrid let then fight ltf The grand jury found au l n t aittst1Iitchell Zrorton tel LItIlti l t s ate outI Lfnl li Is fctvirc iudlslb tatiCeS ftf rNCOlY y good JPt i 1 MEETING OF BOARD O F ELECTRO COMMISSIONERS xThe Board of election corn miss tihv Brown on theIGth of Sept 1902 nand organized by electing H L Browndall the members of the board being present The county election com mission ers selected the following gentle men to serve as election officers at the November election 10niT VifRNOK NO rVillis Griffin R Jonas McKenzie judges DrJo11n11 Williams DI lerk and Av Pen tingtol1D she iff RQUNDSTONE No 2 William Hayes R JJVP Tear D judges J Hayes D clerk and B gue R sheriff v eSC FFOLD CANE No 3 Joseph Bullen D OM Payne R judges W M LiuvilleD slter and Fa lie Scott R clerk 4RIjudges Sol Griffin R sheriff and JS Reppert D clerk LIVINGSTON No 5W E nlins R WYC Mullins D t judges Jacob SambrookR d John Magee D Sheriff WALNUT GROVE No 6 Jah- icely R J i Baker D Judges I Rash R Sheriff and A W Norton D clerjc LEVEL GREEN No iRehr CatronrRt Jarvis Brown D judges Dr T J Pric D sheriff nd W G Nicely R clerkK BRODHEAD No 8J G Frith j Thos Cherry R judges R Hamm D clerk and I W a e R sheriff CIRCUIT COURT7 ISince our last issue the following cases have been tried Haurp izejlor the killing of Robert Whitaker was given 2 years in the nitentiary The following gen tfenien situ as jurors in the case DJE Pojider W G Hiatt MF iJ M Crceoh Jauies Barrieit ali Ballard H G Griffin Geo Ketron J AfIiatt G T John Bogue Phillips and William Head Silas Hardin 17 years old plead guilty to P charge of stealing and sentenced to one year in the- nitentiary preferring to go to penitentiary rather than th school of reform Wade Smith sent tothe school of reform one y ar- VyattAllen was given six years the penitentiary for the killing Squire Gatliff The following the jury that tried him John Cummins J A Delaney William Brown George Pitman Dan Chas Cummins John P Williams J J Cummins TBChandler E 1 Brown and Stephen Brown Walter Baker sou of witlow Ba living on Crooked Creek was given two years in thee school of reform for breaking into Parkie Scotts store at Climax The case against William Cun for the killing of B Ash is now the hands of the jury They have had the case since i oclock sterday and a report is expected byl2O locktoday 93olmng jury in the Cuuagini case Court adjourns to day RELIGIOUS = o The RevC R Huiit Vvillpreach the Presbyterian church Sunday orning also evening RevJ C Caruiical Rev Fort of Kaael Pitch gnu deacon B Painter met in the Callow y IIallat Livingston and organ i4ed2 Baptist church Rev Harfejfield hid double ser at taVerS41iSGrove Sunday e ut JiecloctTand other atx2p Dinner was hadon the ground r Good crowd attended Arcl1bisl1bp Ryan in laying the connerstoueof a church in Philar hta denounced the divorce law saiu that without the sanctity inarriager society wouIcL become polygamous lot heathens fake your Watch W rkcto W- lL lo S the JeNee t D eItiter s store t What will it profit a Man f He Gain the Whole World lee I n DO = NOT CALL AT KRUEGER SONlSTO BUY HIS Furniture i 1 JUST RECEIVED A CAR LOAD OF NEWEST AND LATEST STYLES QoodBeds rAl r- CZ OO On Up ATff225AND ON UPas OBELISK FLOUR BEST ON EARTH 450 perbbl ALSO IN SACKS Pricsc I COTSrAT II5On Up 7 BED ROOM SUITS 1850pAND i ON UP DIBSjFURNISHINGI SEIrnOURMT VERNON KY r TEQ B1TNK OF fAT VERNON MT VERNON KY OPENED igoo s CAPITAL STOCK 15000 C C WILLIAMS PRES JAS T ADAMS YicEPsESV W L RICHARDS CASHIER A B FURNISH ASST CASH L DIRECTORS Jonas McKenzie Ge9 Livesay A T Fish Fritz Krueger Rod Perry Vincent Boreing J E Hotik We solicit accounts of firms and individuals Careful attention is given collections entrusted to us Our friends and patrons are invited to call when in town Phone No 55 1 GO TO JONASwMT s VERNON KY ineDl J Gp9 Clothing Foot rind Slices anct General Merchandise BEST GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES Phone No 83etiWLLIS GRIFFIN q w Practical Undertker and FUNERAL DIRECTOR Mt Vernon Ky Stock Complete IFINEEmbalming done on short notice Come and see me anything I have not got can firstatrain that leave the ciey ORDERS by wire Promptly Filled Phone No 63 CHASnCuDAVIS The Place to Ubtaiii p Fresh Drugs ALSO 1ajent MedicinesY fe U Ert StatioheryToilet Artcis J CIGtRStflD TOBACCO l Paints ancl Oils t PiESCR lP scaiefi ll rCo1xipoui dedat all It6ursday orniglit Phone NoK t r i tr TT iTTT c C Tr rc i 1riri- J Ii a k p II i Q 1F ff1 II ibjsIijni f l J III Ul 1 JimIt1 lii 4 u r r1t r i THESE BARGAINS ARE HERE TODAY AND F AWAY TOMORROW r BECAIJSi Sore lucky per- Sons with a keen judgment have taken them up These are Sept Bargains and must go at very small margin profit BUT We have more Bargains Loy ely patterns in dress goods i with the prices chopped half in I two JUSTOnevisit to our Store and the knowledge of these money- saving I values will bring you lack again r jOBELI5K Flour 450 s u L t t x Biggest EST of all is the r JiI = ur vr U Hotel Frith R L COLLIER Propr Located at the BRODHEAD KY GOOD LIVERY ATTACHED r Meet all Trains Day and Night Traveling Men and Railroad men Solicited Will furnish Lunches for all trai- nsThe r t Veranda Hotel JOSEPH COFFEY PROPR t iJIIIJ t Stanford Ky 31 Specially equipped for travelln a men Sample room on first floor Bath rooms free to RATUS 200 per dayI vli Franciscoj MONUMENTAL WORKS j r Brodbead KyJ t Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones ALL AORK SATISFACTION GIVEN w JJ ti M L MYE RS Deritist MT VERNON KY FIRSTCLASS WORK OFFICE In the Krueger new I brick PHONE No 73 e Pr Fast iraiI= xo r OLORADO PACIFICy in effect Sunday May igth 1gooto same points Io10 p m daily rhrough sleeping car service be tween St Louis San Francisco and Northwestern points Only line that does a twice daily Excursion tickets now on sale For further information address rRT G Matthews T P A Louisville Ky H C TOWNS ND Gen Park and Tkt Agt Std Louis r t tittaph and Fancy Groceicp Have found lodging on our shelves On our counters and our floor Under our counter in our barrels Known to exist by our many buyers AND all who conic will get the benefit of reduced prices bargeinsIDont My Old Kentucky Home Store Sold you the cheapest and best bargains n rrrra wrvmar Shingles Two grades 50 SI 90 A THOUSAND EST and Stock low prices Depotsggccc FIRSTCLASS New ANDUCOAST n MT VERNON DIRECTORY zCOURT CALENDAR COUNTY COURT Fourth Monday in each month K COUET Fiist Mon day in JaflBBE April July and Octobers COURT Second Mon day in February Fourth Monda lIn May and Third Monday in Sc temberMT VERNON POLICE COURT Third Monday in each month ICHURCHES Church Preach am and a 730 pmS- unday School 930 a in every Sunday Prayer Meeting Every Thursday 730 pm The public are cordially Invited to attend all services DAVID HAIlTSFlELtv v nPastorPresbyterian Holds services on the 4th Sunday morning and evening Methodist will hold services at the pros byterian church on the and Sunday morning and evening in each month Baptist Church Services on the Third Saturday night and Sunday Sunday School at 9 a in every Sunday Prayer meeting on Tuesday nights MASGHIC Ashland Lodge No G10 mccls 4th Mon day 10 A sSMT VERNON r A CHAPTER No 140MELTS every FOURTH MONDAY at 2 pm MACCABEES K OT M TEKT No il meels every 1st and 3rd Monday at 70 p m JxVS EHOlfK Comi J J PING R K PROFESSIONAL C C Williams iATTORNEYATLAW VERNON KY BSTOFFIQE On are floortor The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church street Special attention given to collections j Phone No So- N n w Miller House HUGH iMILLERPROPRIETOR 3 Headquarters for Gommercial Men Porter at all trains a T Insurance of all kinds Ioffice JI McCLARY jnd rtcrke OtmbalmerJ LJ CompleteoDINERobes c H Orders by Telephone attend ed promptly Stanford f Ky July 1 8 tf 2wiGBred in Old Kentucky AVhere the Bluegrass is the greenest t Where our Groceries are the c cleanest t And our Bargains are the supreniesj In Old Kentucky Hr AreShirts and Shoes the finest Laces and Embroideries the nicest Our suits of clothes the tidiest t Our Low Prices the sublimest d In Old Kentucky rr esJ HOUK I Big PhoneBrick 75a I r LII gcj= Marconis recent successful t1 mission of messages by space iele graphy between Poldliu England and Cronstadt RtssiaJa distance of 1400 inile the message cross anad a portion of Denmark has a deep significance when the difficulty of transmitting e lee t r oin agnet i c considereP d It has been the general opinion that wireless signals could not be carried for any great distance ove land but Mr Marconis success and some observations thtRoyal Society of England tllro new light on the subject especI when the signals are sent at sea acrbs5in terventTng laud Captain Jackson finds that some of the waves are capable ofpass big through over and possbly around the land thorgh in doing so their energy is reduced to an extent depending upon the height extent gild nature of the obstruc tiou He describes a remarkable ease of an extremely presipitous narrow but high promontory jut ting out from the mainland and consisting of hard rock containing iron ore Its height was 800 leer and signals were sent from a tiesse jS miles off to a shipcruising about the promontory The distance a which signals could be exchanged iiii theopen sea was 45 miles but the promontory cut off en tirely It cast inaeeda sharp shadow the signals ceasing abruptly as the receiver disappeared casesIstone was tive and sandstone still less so A cliff of porous coral sandstone 250 feet high and six miles across re duced the signaling distance from 25 to 20 miles It has also been thown that aniim Poctant influence on space teleg Iraphy especially in subtropical regions Monsignor Guidi apostolic del COIliThe British Government has de aided that the new South African colonies must pay 3000000000- toward the co Africa-n War HOWS THIi We offer One Hundred Dollars Howard for any case of Catarrh that cannot be curcfl by Halls Catarrh Cure FJ cu1 TL Tr O We the underslgisedjjhave known P J Cheney for the last 15 years rind believe him perfectly honorable all business tronei actions and t IiWacting directly iipou the blood and mucous surfaces of file sy tam Price 7i u per lot f tie Sold by all Druggists Testimonials free Halls Family Pills are thtf best l 100 REWARDI- s the usual sum offered for A HUMAN BODY Who may be FOUNDIN MT VERNON And has heeuJrtu tate enough to obtain otfr bargains before he i TH E VICTIM 1IOf high prices and low values r SUPPOSED TO HAVE BEEN Cheap but deer atany price So come and find that we have i MURDERED High prices that our stock is yonithrough our big stock BY FRIENDSI Who are ever ready to show goods l and quote you our low prices i ADAMS a them ableto stCi ezj 0 Corn gathering and sugar mak ing seems to be the order of the day in this locality The little daughter of Jesse Dykes who has been sick so long is greatly improved in health uu der treatment of Dr BurddtIConway looses one citizens J vI Coffey who Thought a farm on Brindle ridge is moving- r today sondSundayeIiJaliles Wolf and wife of Scaffold MYCoffey Sunday 1rsJMHSigll1an returned home Sunday from her sisters Mrs Viars where she had been visiting for several days M L Kelton WHOSE csir name js Nimrod has been slaying the squirrels the last few days going and coming Tazweli Huff will move into the house vacated by J M Coffey 11 R Junes ye correspondent is so busy hauling crosstries that he could not stop long enoug to write the news so I therefore dot 1the few items that Ican rill to mind under the spur of the I moment uRAISED FROM THE DEAD- C W Lanis Porter for the Oriental Hotel Chanute Kan says I know what it was to suffer with neuralgia deed I did and I got a bottle of Ballards Snow Liniment and I was raised from the dead 1 tried to get some more but before I had de- Posed tof my bottle I was cured entirely I am tellin ne truth too 250 50c a ldLoo at all Druggists Premier Combes at political ban quet endeavored efface the effects of the recent utterances ofiIr Pel= letan and Gen Andre He insis ted that PrancEs foreigh policy aimed to strengthen friendly rela tions with foreign nati lsIV CROUP Usually beginswith the symptoms of a common cold there is chilliness sneezing sore throat not skin quick pulse hoarseness and impeded respiration Give small doses or Mallards l Horehound ithn child will cry for it and athe first sign of a croupy cough apply BalUrds Snow Linimentexterlla ljto the throat 3oc at all drug t gists NOT DOOMED IfOR LIFE IIgooPn4 Fistula but when all failed JJl1ckhnsArmcaSahe cur edmey two weeks Cures Burns Bruises Cuts Corns Sores Eruptions Salt Rheum Piles pno pay arc at all druggists Lo rJ r w 1Ie PARKSVILLE flour makes the nicest pies When made in light bread never I iItlia and Dewey I Upon which the housewife always relies I And the husband the best always buysI i I PATENT 455 tPerMAGNOLIA 435 f DEWEY 415 J bbl J1EE5i7cts l ii sw = == ShoeeIt6J I gE have the largest r u cst- fr r andmost complete sck ofe SHOES and BOOTS ever len duB to Rockcastle county ri prices 6 lower than were ever heard of You have only to call and exsined- our stock and get prices to convince Iyou of these facts u E sell FLOUR MEAL SHp1 proIIEg5o ml a o iiioPER BARREL Ia 4 r B IGH Grade not Shoddy a j IGH Quality good Values i IGH Quality low Prices I Jf O q J + 9r 1o 3 ah itreMft5 Eox atre Feling V t E Cv I1iii uu 1 ooQ1CL bi r Y07 fll i IaC iA 1t Fros3 fA C TitS 3 J2h h Tsifers fa 4vtiAd chat Kilrifeate iurci to liappi R1IL Ym rah u PCit in Strauss Bros- it gktrnient T y a o riaia scieittif call s to ypjr wGUit leac jLrc by highly 8killcd tailor m Dregs MAj1iVlIH Every detail mm first to rasa rh cs the iuittrtwt attention the result being fpirrasnts distinct iy ax vc the ordwaiy ondllisr I COX BROS IEFFEcI Iz ih It r1T Lflras 4ki O n JO fA ti M d V jr JJ I rf W1iY You should 4ysiz a Cottrsn at ono of th eyl Jf uiiries CokIeesr r1 f li Blrmsnghani Aa Eiouon TeMs f yilia f Jachsonviils Fs Counibaa Oa r r a t + u Grout Coininerfiul Schools of the South IHijjpj 4L P isooo former pupils in successful Imaincse 1 y u iMntSibacket byt special deposit of trooouo uiryiuua tic r4try in ixisitiapE paving nor Ics than 5oo ptfrv lfiigritdiintioi f tttrmfest Cooec i rtibtiht evetn Acnt f luitiua 9 m to us if the pt n fieltli T t rsr C aa a d gp ia1a7fcoant a ii6ti ro 44o = rrVoniTikrPiiiiJ Iit TheyteiBriorarily cure constipation by agitating the bowels but regular action cannot be secured until the secretes enough bile to make the intestines i execute their natural functions fUnnat a compelscontinual livereI attain the results tr trleiiand Fever and every form of A Malarial Bilious Pemitting d Kc i mitting Fevers and by going to the staff oi ouble works permanent cure It FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE At Chas C Dayis Drugstore r i