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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1i01L y t Published Every Friday = l nunI erRdrl ignI VOLUME XX MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY MAR 22 1907 NUMBER 26 U R4 llisrhest Class Ready Tailored l Clothinga1 V Like Pigeons FlyingX Ready Roasted In Your Mouth Style rI Perfect Quality Fitting 7 1a w wGreatestw LiheiFtlothing w Ever shown outside the cities Here you do not find a few cheap suits thrown on the coun = E ter or wadded upand laid in the shelves w but instead you find on our 2nd floor a reg w Eular uptodate clothing department containing 3- E Finest Coat andPant Suits for the Young Me n = Finest Regular Suits for us Married Men Ex Etra Size Suits for the Big Men Youths Suits = for the Boy about as big as a man Knee Pant = = Suits for the little men Prices from 98c to = 2 0 a suit- LongheadedE uptodate people who know 3 = and appreciate style and good value are all com b Eiug here for their Spring Suits Thats why I 3 am a busy man w w w Big ReductionsM In the new Calicoes and Dress Goods for = SpiingE = I have just leturned from the markets My = w Spring lineof Dry Goods aren my shelves = w Mywife says Iam certainly an artist when it comes to selecting Dress Goods My wife 3E= good = = Well anyway I shall offer the new Spring 3 lines as low as I had them years ago EIhave been years in building a reputation forw= High Quality and LorE maintained cone what may 3 E Come in and we will shake hands and talk it w over E Dont forget about my Douglas Shoes 3ww UUU1UU1UU11UUUUUUUUi 1UUIUUU1UU11UU1UUUUUU U 1 What Congressman Gilbert Has Done In Eight Years Under the Republican Rule Our Representative in Congress Mr Gilbert has returned home to stay after a service of eight years in the National House of Represen tatives Some ofand particular matters of local interest in which he has taken an active part may be recited as follows He found the Govrnment Build ing at Richmond uncompleted and and wholly unfit to be occupied for the United States Court and pro cured an appropriation of 20000 for the purpose of completing this building He procured an appro priation of 50000 for public buil ding at Danville Ky and it is un derstood that this appropriation will be supplemented by one or two more additional sums so that city will procure in the end a very handsome building Indeed three appropriations have been made for the building of Richmondand there is still another bill pending for 10000 for an elevator and some other smaller improvements to be placed in that building- It is very rare that the entire sum for a government building is appro priated at the first instance Mr Gilbert made a laborious effort to procure a Government Building at Lawrenceburg and gave the city preference over every other town in his district for the reason that the Government collects more than a million dollars a year revenue in Anderson County and he felt that on that account they were entitled to be first considered But the town itself is small and the receipts of the Post Office were thought to be insufficient to justify the Com mittee in making a favorable report on this bill Mr Gilbert has also been active and successful in aiding in the establishment of quite a large number of Rural Mail Routes and we see wagons delivering US- oninostottheMail leading roads now throughout the district specialMto Capt Phil Thompson of Har rodsburg and Capt Thos Todd of Shelby County the only two captains of the Mexican War from Kentucky that now survive It is needless to mention that he has procured numerous acts of Con gress for sundry old veterans who by reason of sue technicality or another had been deprived of any pension for their services in the Civil War Mr Gilbert was regarded as the leader on the Democi atic side in opposition to Ship Subsidies and his speech against the HannaPayne Ship Subsidy Bill in his first term in Congress attracted wide atten tion and his speech during the last Congress in opposition to the Mer chant Marine Commission Bill has been in such demand all over the country that the entire supply has been twice exhausted We call attention of our readers to still a third speech in opposition to Ship Subsides made only a few days ago which is well worth th attention of anyone who desires t be kept informed as to the pernic ious tendency of the extreme protectionists in Congress His speech in defense of Kentucky has been selected as worthy of being printe- in a Book of Kentucky of Eloquence recently published by Col Bennett H Young containimu many of the famous speeches made by Keniuckians living and dead Mr Gilbert has a volumn contain ing his speeches made in congress which ot course cannot all be men tioned here He made a strenuous effort during three terms of Congress to procure a National Park at Perry villebut the location was too far South to succeed Ifsuch a battle had been fought in Maine or Massachusetts a magnificent park could and would have been established many years ago He made an thefarmers stoodforpeopleShelbyville Sentinel For weak kidneys and lame back BladderPillstism bla lderandother trhuble Theycleanse byChlif B1t0 rEAD WHutchsou MaudeIs are expected to arrive today for a weeks visit prior to Miss Maudes leavingQfor Liverpool where she will study nursing Dr W E Wednesdayhas returned home after spending a week in Louisville visiting his daughter Mrs Robt Hix Owing to the enclemen weather the fiddlers contest which was to come off last Friday night was de clared offFL Durham was the guest of Edgar Dunn at Danville last weekWe are glad to say that all of our sick are on the mend Egbert Wallen of Somerset is spending a few days with his fami lyWalter Miller of Lebanon Junction was with homefolks Sat nrday and Sunday Our clever operator H L Tharp is again slinging lightning over the W U Telegraph Cos lines after being off for over a month on account ot sickness One of the saddest deaths that ever befell our community was when the death angel slippedQdown last Saturday morning at 805 oclock and took from usour be loved teacher Joshua Bpreing Jr Josh was a young man and it cer tainly hard Ito give him up He was one of the brightest boys the wrighter ever knew His loving wife father sisters and brothers certainly have our heartfelt sympa thy A large crowd from here at tended the funeral at Maretburg last Sunday at 13 p mBoth of our schools are doing nicelyMiss Susie Hilton of Lancaster visited her parents here first of week Miss Sallie Evans has returned home after a two months visit to Miss Lem Fay Jones at Bedford IdandfyrtleAdarris at lEebaj non Junction John Nevius of Stanford was here Sunday calling on one of Brodheads bellesC H Erith has added butchersbop to his al ready fine business Call on him for all kinds of fresh meats The new Baptist church is nearing com pletion and Contractor W A Ty ree is doing all in his power so they will be able to dedicate by 1st Sunday in MayAug 1415 and 16 have been set as the dates for holding the Brodhaad Fair Dont fail to attendMattie the beautiful daughter of Mrs M E Wil mott royally entertained a number of her friends at a birthday party Tuesday night in honor of her fifteenth birth day Elaborate re freshments were served in due time ana all departed saying they were glad they had the honor of being there Those registering were Misses Clyde Wilmott Roberta Frith Elizabeth Tharp Clvde and Maude Watsou Sadie Evans Mi randa Tate and Leila Roberts Messis Fred and Brack Durham Earl Tharp Oscar Graveley Wm Evans John Benton Joseph Carl MisePresoents visiting her parent at Ashville N C Jack Leece of Knoxville Tenn spent Sunday and Monday with Brookds PopeMMadison counties this week In 1897 Ihad a stomach disease Some physicians said Dyspepsia some consumption One said I would riot live until spring For four years I existed on boiled milk soda biscuits and doctors prscrip anythinglateyour Almanacs and it happened to be y lifesaver I bought a fifty cent bottle of KODOL and the benefit I received from that bottle all the gold in Georgia conld not buy In two months I went back to my workas machinest and in wellandheaJtyMayyou 1906Tlicabove everyIwhereis sold here by Chas C Davis FARM FOR +SALE For sale one farm located betwee Pine nnfugspringJwo landetwncaUpn Jt MEADOWS it Pineill Ky J XcccA SWELL800T ror fasioriabie people J HANDSOME SHOE allstyles Our Leaders We have just large shipment of the h American Gentleman and the W American Lad11 SIIOE s Manufact ured by the HamiltonBrown Shoe Co StrLouis Mo A positive guarantee goes withev I cry pair of AMERICAN GENTLEMAN AMERICAN LADY Shoes If you are look inK for uptodate footwear dont fail to call andsee our line CLOSING OUT 4 iWe I are closing out over 2000 pairs of other brands of Shoes new and goodin order to w make room for our Spring shipment on which ive can save you 25 to 75 per cent We are not talking through our hats but mean just whatrwe say Whether you want to buy Shoes or not visit f our store get our rites and we will convince oJ4tyou that we are selling Shoes cheaper than you t yer ever able to buy them before Yr i i tR II F KRUEGER SON r i i rC 3 J PUBLIC SALE I will on Wed nesday March 27 1907 at the Katie Dolings or Jerry Frith farm I y mile South of Hiatt postoffice and 3 miles Eeat of Brodhead sell to the highest bidder the following propertyi horse 9 years old 2 bay mares 7 and 9 years old 3 milch cows soon to be fresh 4 heifers and 2 steers 2 years old i steer and i heifer calf t fine shorthorn bull months old 10 hogs i ex tra good wagon i new vulcan plow i set plow harness i ladys and i mans saddle About 250 bushels corn 70 bushels oats and y2 stack bundle oats Also my household and kitchen furniture TERMS OP SALE All sums of 5 00 or under cash in hand Over 500 credit of 6 months with approved security bearing 6 per cen promptlysat 10 a mE A ADAMS H C TONES Auctioneer SAVED HER SONS LIFE The hapitst mother in the littlle town of Ava Mo is Mrs S Rup pee She writes Oneyear ago serfdwas unable to help him when b our druggist advice I began giv ing him Dr Kings New Discov cry and I soon noticed improve ment I kept this treatmant up nerfily since at carpenter wQrkDr Dings New Discovery saved his life Guaranteed best cough and cold cure bv all druggista 500 aid i Trial bottle free United States and British flags to be made by Mrs Roosevelt and Queen Alexandria will be used to decorate the bust of Nelson which has been presented to the Naval Acatemy Annapolis by the King of England You should beery careful of your bowels when you have a cold Nearly all othercougbsyrupsrec- onstipaatug especially those con taming opiates Kennedys Laxat ive CoughSynip moves the bowel contains ftp opiate Conforms to NationalPure Food and Drugs f omotherseverywhere its pleasant teIQ1d by Chas C Davis j A all 0 THE WIFE Two opposing views of the status thelmiddlein some womans column by a sentimental writer that it is a fonddream of mine to become a farmers wife and meander down lifes pathway drew this comment from a country editor Oh yes that is a nice thing but when your husband meanders off and leaves you without wood and you have to meander up and down the lane pulling splinters off the fen e to cook the dinner and yon meander around in the wet clover insearch of the cows until your shoes are thet color of the setting sun ind each stocking absorbs a pint Jof water and when ybu meanderput across acres Vf to bucktwheat and tear your dress on a wire fence and when you meander back to the house iid find that the goat has butted your child until it resembles pumpkiri and find the old hen and sixteen c ickens in th Parlor the cat itthe cupboard an the dog in the milk you will realize dear girl that his meader business niS not what it is cracked ub to be The other view the optimistic onecan be set forth as follows A cheering person can picture farm life so the farmer on rising in the morning does not Established 1887 a leathers Thisel receivedaa FARMERS idyHcthat disturb his wifebut says good photographHe would like to have for breakfast when he returns frum his automo bile ride about the farm At eight oclock the maid call the farmers wife and by half past nine she has a telephone call from her husband over on the north west quarter saying that he will join her in five minutes At breakfast the morn ing papers are read having come by rural delivery a few minutes before and the wife announces the program for the day It may be cultureorspackage of the latest novels a ride across the country on skaUJiointefgQJin thesetbtnrsareset for the pleutocratic farmers wife in this state And in the evening the pianolia puts Bethoven or Handel at the ladys finger tips The children are put to led the governess dismissed and a telephone con ference with the neighbors over the days gossip is begun The farmer reads his favorite poet and the night glides on GIVEN UP TO DIE B Spiegle 1204 N Virginia St Forlover whichII lost flesh and was all run down sand a year ago had to abandon work entirely I had thres of the noIup to die Foleys Kidney Cure was recommended and tne first bottle gave me great relief and af ter taking the second bottle I was entirely cured Why not let it helg you Full conlession of the details of the shooting up of Brownsville Tex by the negro soldiers of the beendmen who was dischargeded The raid was not deliberately planned butresulted from a fight in which a white citizon knocked down a ne gro soldier The whole body of men assisted in the cleaning of the guns immediately after the shoot ingH OW TO REMAIN YOUNG To continue young in health and strength do as Mrs N E Rowan McDonough Ga did She ThrebottlesofElectrlcBitter3cutedme ache trouble complicated with such an unhealthy condition of the blood that my skin turned red as flannel I am now practically 20 years younger than before I took Eclectric Bitters I can now do all my work with ease and assist in my husbands store Guaranteed at all drugstores Price Soc Two persons were killedand nine were injured when a three story building in Cincinnati cpllsp seb The foundations were Weak ened by the flood in the Ohio river and the Malls gave way without wGring One wan is missing andsmaybe dead in beruii MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY Mar 22 1907 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on application MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASS OCIATIO DEMOCRATIC TICKET For United States SenatorJ C W Beckham For GovernorS W Hager For Attorney GeneralJohn K Head ricksFor State Superintendent ot Schools M O Winfrey For Commissioner of Agriculture J W Newman For Lieutenant GovernorSouth Trim WeFor AuditorH M Bosworth For Secretary of StateHubert Vree landFor TreasurerRuby I afoon For Clerk Court of Appeals JohnB ChenaultEASTEROne week from nex Sunday is the annual festival ob served throughout Christendom in commemoration of the resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ but the fact that there is no trace of the celebration of Easter as a Christian festival in the new testament or in the writings of the apostolic fathers we are forced to the conclusion that in observing this day as the most sacred Sunday of the year we are not following the teachings of Holy Writ but are simply fol lowing a custom which belongs properly to the Catholic church the origin of which dates back far as 68 A D At a very early date the observance of the Paschal festival became the rule in the Christian church but soon a differ ence sprang up between Christians of Jewish and Gentile descent which led to a long and bitter controversy and an unhappy severance of Christ ian union Thus far there had been no rule as to Easter festivals and each division allowed to follow their own instincts which naturally were different between the Jewish and Gentile churches The prin cipal poit at issue was in fealty not the beginning but the termination of the Paschal fast pertaining to the passover With the Jewish Christians whose leading thought would be the death of Christ as the true Paschal lamb this feast would end at the same as that ofthe Jews on the 14th day of the moon mean ing the 14th day from the first day of the first full moon after the equi nox and the Easter festival would follow irrespective of whatever day of the week it might be With the Gentile Christians the first day of the week would be identified with the resurrection festival counting the first day of the week in the same way from the first full moon and the following Friday would be kept as the commemoration of the cruci fixion irrespective of the day of the month With the one it was the observanceof the day of the month with the other the observance of the day of the week the chief point being the keeping or not keeping the 14th day of the moon This diversity of usage was gradu ally brought to an end by the church at Rome in 197 A D when the Bishop at Rome and the Bishop at Ephesus controverted the matter in a very different spirit to any of their predecessors and the settle ment of the controversy led Emperor Constantine to summons a counsel and the consent of all the assembled prelates was unanimous all agreeing that Easter should be kept on one and the same day throughout the whole world and none should hereafter follow the blindness of the Jews Hence this custom has been followed ever since on the same throughput the world except by the Jews who observe Saturday The time is gov erned by the moon the first Sun day after the first full moon after the equinox is Easter It may come as early as March 22 and as late as April 25th THE editor of to day has to get his nose down to the grind stone and keep it there sixteen hours per day and 365 days in the year or he fails by the wayside There are men who quit work Saturday night and rest until Monday morn mg They lay aside business cares at five or six oclock every evening and do not resume them until seven or eight the next morning Not so your editor Hehas no elegant leisure He knows no hours no Sunday no night When he goes to a party or tc church or on an alleged pleasure trip it is all in the line of duty Withal your editor man is a cheer ful longsuffering soul going abou doing good in his own humble way He returns good for evil H writes long puffs of church sociable and in return there of acepts a chunk of cake that would sink an ironclad He notes the arrival ol all the babies in the neighborhood and eternallv tells how pretty they are He rejoices with the gay and mourns with those who art sad He booms every enterprise which makes his community rich goes about himself clothed in gunny sack coats and one suspender He glories over the fortune of his neighbor and meekly eats his own repast of boiled corn cobs and colored labels off tomato cans He can write a sermon on an ac count of a prize fight a political speech an obituary notice poetry split wood pitch hay wash dishes preside at a camp meeting curry horses quote law or gospel or anything else at a moments notice POLITICS AND POLITICIANS The Record notes the announcement of Maj E W Lillard as a candidate for the Democratic nom ination ot the Legislature fiom Boyle county Major Lillard has taken great interest in political matters during recent years and has done splendid work forhis par ty not onlv in his home county but out in the State He has always stood hitched in every bat tIe and never deserted his party on any of the issues which have so frequently divided the party of late His time and means were always at the disposal of his party He is thoroughly capable and will put forth every effort for that which he deems best for the people of the State regardless of party when it comes to a case of what is best for the greatest number His long faithful service should not go un awarded Lancaster Record In the appointment of exSenator Joe Blackburn to a responsible po psition on the Panama Canal Com mission Precident Roosevelt has again shown this broadmindedness and the fact that he is not led by the nose by Republican party bosses Now we are not a prophet but mark this prediction When Senator James B McCreary retires from the Senate next winter Mr Roosevelt will make hot haste to give him a good berth It may be the President will place the Madison county Senator before that timetheres no telling He is a staunch admirer of honest reliable competent men and is es pecially deelighted to meet with a man who will fight in an honorable way to the last ditch for what he believes to be ri htIIt- he President does so honor and recognize the ability of Senator McCreary the people of Kentucky that Is those who are for honesty and a square dealwill say amen Lancaster Record ORLANDO The gripp is still raging inthes- epartsThe revival conducted by he Rev Koker closed Sunday tight with fifteen additions ten of vhom were baptised Sunday afternoon at Brush creek Richard Adams of Red Fork 1 T is visiting his grandparents Mr and Mrs David Laswell Miss Sallie Barnett and Mrs Mary Mullins of Wolf creek are still very sick Messrs McNew and Bryant who were reported very sick last week are nov any better Wallace Las veil is just recovering from a very evere attack of the gripAbija Jalicotte of this place and Miss Abiams of Jackson county were married at the home of the bride last Thursday Mr and Mrs J A Wood are on the sick list H C Owens and family were the welcome guests of Dr and Mrs taswell SundayS S Ball and E J Anderson attended the Chapter meeting at Mt Vernon Saturday evening Joel Anglin an old and esteemed citizen of this place is moving to Richmond Ky where heintends to make his fu ture home Jesse Cotton and faro ily have returned from Belle county where Ihey have been during the past sinterVerna Anderson was calledito see herfather at Livingston who was severely hurt by falling from a bridge where he was at work LAND STOCK AND CROP E A Adams who came here from the West a year or two ago and bought the Katie Dollings larm has sold out to V S Brock of Harlan county for5ooc Mr Adams will go back to the West A liquid cold reliefwith a laxa live principle which drives out the cold through a copious action of the bowels and a healing principle which lingers in the troat and stops the eoughthat is Kennedys Lax ative Cough Syrup Safe and sure in its action pleasant to take and conforms to National Pure Food lad Drug Law Contains no opi ates Sold by Chas C Davis leading druggist District Attorney Jerome sprang a surprise Wednesday by declaring his belief that Harry K Thaw is insane He did not make formal application for a lunacy comission but appeared in an impassioned speech to the conscience of the court Justice Fitzgerald after hearing Mr Jerome dismissed the jury until Friday morni ngand adjourned court until 2 oclock Thursday afternoon when he will decide whether the trial shall go on or a commission shall be appointed to pass upon Thaws mental con dition In his address to the court Mr Jerome accused the defence attorneys of concealing evidence and said he would call the matter to the attention of the Appellate division of the Supreme Court a An investigation of the reports of the dispatch of the many Rus sian troops to Persia shows that while it is true that a few Cossacks have been sent to strengthen the consultation guards the whole nu mber does not extend a hundred The Russian Government however regards the Persian situation as ex tremely serious and is prepared tn concert with Great Britian to take necessary measures at any moment to protest foreign interests and prevsnt anarchy FOUNDAl LAST J A Harmon of Lizemorer W r Va says At last I have found the perfect pill that never disappoints me and for the benefit o others afflicted with torpid live and chronic constipation will say take Dr Kings New Life pills Guaranteed satisfactory 25C at alldruggists In his proclamation conveying the Missouri Legislation in special session Gov Folk names as a subject for consideration the sup pression of race track gambling Many other importaut measures are to be considered OASIiZOR3 m Baum the Signature of A liars W A CARSON PAFNTER AND PAPERIIANIERWALLPAPER MOULDINGS ETC Let us make an estimate on work before placing your order All Work Guaranteed REDUCED RATES VIA Queen Crescent Route ON THE First and Third Tuesday- of each month to many points SOUTH Winter Tourist Tickets sale good returning full MaYBl1 1907 For particulars H C NGCx P T AILexington IlF oc c JI BARGAINS CaIic I f 5c perydT- he bottom slashed out of the whole fix SPRING SHOES LOW CUTS in White Pink and Drab MISSBS and CHILDRENS SANDALS to the Bottom Come in while at Court The Low Prices will continue the whole FOUR WEEKS ofSSBig Court Highest Prices for Produce and Country Hams I SEE OUR Trunks Dress Goods and Uittl e Boys Suit- sGTJOHNSON b7c iji i c Opposite Court House Ij BARGAINS ckDe 3a3c JI ocr IAa COMPLETE Il LINE 1g =OlTEV and COMPLETE Line of GENERALIMERCHANDISE Remember that Best at the LOWEST Prices A FULL LINE K c c Of Clothing Boots and Shoes Hardware and Queenswaare Groceries and Dry Goods I W H RICHIAndrews e I 3 jc Spring is Here nd W H Baker the Langford Mer chant can furnish you everything need in the way of Spring Goods- Ladies Readytrimed Hats Dress goods t- K Calicoes Ginghams Etc S H 0 EStr W Cut you line of shoes is second to none in the county and OUR prices on everything right M E pay you the highest market price for your pro duce Call and see us lw Yours for business W H BAKER II LANFORB KENTUCKY THIS IS WORTH REMEMBERING Whenever you have a cough or cold just remember that Foleys Honey and Tar will care it Do not risk yonr health by taking any but the genuine It is in a yellow package Chas C Davis druggist Carrie Nation iu discussing the removal her temperence publication The Hatchet to Washington declared esterdaythat It will be the South that will free the North from the rum slave The citizens of Austin Tex in a general election have voted to re build the Austin dam destroyed in 1900 by flood The rebuilding of the dam it is estimated will cost about 2500 opo CASTORIA-For Infants and Children Hi Kiwi Yoi Hire Always BIll Bears he- 1Uzatm of JHCrl lElcf u THREE DAYS wr SALE It lt pMARCHof Goods Consisting of i J OVERCOATS MEN AND BOYS SUITS LADIES AND CHILDRENS WRAPS LADIES AND GENTS UNDER I WEAR HOSIERY SHOES AND RUBBERS rmustN BSpecial Cash and Produce Sale Saturday Eve ning March 23 on Men and Boys odd Pants Ladies and tfREMEMBER A C HIATT t HIATT KENTUCKY 1 = a YOUR BANKING r No matter how small HO mattter how large iTHE BANK of MTVERNON 7 INCORPORATED will give it careful attention This message applies to the men and the women alike Remember we pay 3 per cent interest on all deposits of X100 or more when left with the bank and not checked upon for a period of six months or more OFFICERS C C WILLIAMS Pres W L RICHARDS Cashier J T ADAMS VicePres A B FURNISH Asst Cash 1t 11 11t tIItttttttWillis Griffin =2 M l UNDERTAKER AND = 2 FUNERAL DIRECTOR = Mt Vernon Ky noE3= Edone Fine Hearse attached =MM ORDERS by wire Promptly Filled 3= =Phone No 63 = llUU1UllU1U1Uil11UUUU1UU1U1UllUU1UUUll11U1UUUU 1 BRING YOUR JOB WORK TO THE SIGNAL MT VERNON SIGNAL e MT VERNON KY Mar 22 190 79 Call up No 79 whenyou want to Communicate with SIGNAL 79 0 J L R R TIME TABLE 22 north 124 P m 24 north 340 am 23 south 124 p 21 South 1220 a m JAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky PostofGce as secondclass mail matt- erPERSO11AL Mrs D N Williams continues very sick E B Brown has recovered from his attack of grip Dr and Mrs M L Myers are in Louisville today G T Johnson is in Louisville this week buying goods Charlie McKenzie was in Lou isville first of the week Miss Katie Cass spent Sunday until Monday with relatives here Miss Alza Thompson is visiting her sister Mrs Hughes at Stan fordAgent J A Landrum is able to be out again after a weeks ill nessM L Denham L N brake man was with homefolks this weekS N Davis is at Chester Tenn looking after the interest of W J SparksC Sutton and Willie McBee are taking in the big Louisville ex L W Bethurura was in Lexngton yesterday on legal businessAtty and firs J W Brown are att n Hug the Greater Louisville Exposition f E Wallen Q C Detective with headquarters at Somerset was here Wednesday Mrs R E Thompson visited her mother Mrs W M Poynter first of the week W H Carmical has sold out bis property on Gauley branch and is now a citizen of Mt Vernon W M Bullock the Hansford merchant was in Crab Orchard Tuesday to buy a car load of hav Mrs Martha Lewis mother of Mrs WB Whitehead has been very low for several days Will Rowe is behind the oun ters at U G Bakers Mammouth store during C D Sutton s ab senceMr and Mrs G S Hiatt and daughters Misses Mattie Baker and Rilla Hiatt are in Louisville this week W A Carson the painter and paper hanger was here Tuesday making contracts for spring and summer work Miss Mollie Brooks of Crab Orchard was here Tuesday in the interest of the Concert and Read ing Co which is to exhibit in the Fish Opera house McKenzie Brown was here Sun dao Because of his gasoline en gine refusing to work he was una ble to get his first issue out last FridayDre S W Adkins and M Pen nington were called to WmMc News yesterday in consultation with Dr Laswell Mr McNew is very sick man LOCAL Hundreds of Souvenir Post Cards at Fishs cash store If you want the latest thing in caps call for the Skidoo 23 at Mrs Cleo Browns OPENING I will on Saturday March 31st open a beautiful line of Ladies and Childrens Hats MRS CLEO BROWN OPENING TUESDAb 26THEv erybods iqvited to see my stock of Hats Flowers Belts Collars Ruchings Etc Respectfully MRS J E WOODALL Livingston Ky The question has been asked many times why the pike up town hill has not been opened to the lie for travel We can not answerI the question but we know it is needed badlv enough I will take in exchange for tomb stones and monuments any pro duce thatthere is a market for in Mt Vernon at the highest price George Owens 32231 Mt Vernon Ready trimed hats in all the latest styles at1 T Adams IS 3ta 1 hose who expect home to pat ronize them must be willing to patronize home The pike out main street north of railroad will soon be completed o Ta bur avenue Visit my Opening of Spring Mil linery Goods Saturday March 30 MRS CLEO BROWN We call the attention of our read ers to the advertisment of W H Baker the Langford merchant whichappears elsewhere in this issueThe marripge of Miss Lina Ken nedy to Mr Frederick M Clothier of Somerset is announced for sometime in the early part ot next monthJ Dickey of North Carolina opened a skating rink on the sec ond floor of Fish s new store and it is useless to say that it is the center ofattractions R P Nortons house and most all the contents were destroyed by fire Wednesday the origon of the fire is unknown as all the family was away from home except the woman who was washing on the opposite side ofthe house to where the fire originated KENTUCKY STANDS FOURTH The State of Kentucky with a total of 24 469 084 was the fourth State in the Union last year in the amount of inte x revenue paid into the United States Treasu ry according to the report of the Commissioner of Internal Revenne just issued Mrs Sarah Payne wife of Uncle Andy Payne died Wednesday at her home in the southern part of the county at a ripe old age For some time she had been a sufferer Lf heart trouble The burial tookI place yesterday at the old PayneI graveyard more recently known as the Willard graveyardIA H Hamlin and J M Norton bought a farm of 350 near Wells Springs in Powells Valley Tennjfor which they paid 5000 About 150 acres of the land is timbered ofIthe very best quality while the re mainder is fine for farming Mr Hamlin feels that he is at least a 5000 gainer on the deal The telephone line has been ex tended from Wabd to Maretburg and phones will be installed there on by middle of next week at the following places Steve Cash res idence Sala Doan residence Wil liam Owens residence S E Chand ler railroad agent Maretburg Rev Metcalfe store Maretburg This line connects with Mt Vernon va of Sand Spring A switchboard will be installed at an early date into which the various lines of the Hansford company will be run A Concert and Reading by Mrs Anna R Rentz and Mrs Nellie Cincinnatibe given in the Fish opera house Thursday night April 4th the pro ceeds to go for the benefit of the Crab Orchard Christian church It will be remembered that the church at Crab Orchard was de stroyed by a cyclone about two years ago and the good people of that town are striving to rebuild the church We trust our people will be liberal in their patronage since the money is to go for such a worthy cause LOST OPPORTUNITYA young lady working in a stocking factory fearing her chances small for a life partner wrote the following and slipped in the toe of a gentlemans sock A young lady good looking and of some means would like to correspond with the wearer of this stocking if he is single with a view to matrimony A young man bought the sock and said There is my chance He wrote himselfIfamily of five children The man from whom he bought the sock had never advertised consequently they had laid on his shelves for eight years Atty C C Williams has returned from Marshall Mo with a check of 14070 31 for the heirs of WH Mullins who live lin Rock castle county WR Mullins re cently died in Saline county Mo leaving a nice estate Hehadl1o family and his estate goes to his brothers and sisters and their de cendants His brothers Calloway Mullins and Elrsha Mullins his sisters Mrs Susan Mullins aud Mrs Elizabeth Barnett and the heirs of Marshall Mullins and John Mull ns will get nearly all this money Under the law the bank which had this mon ev on a time de posit could have held it for two years but by a special effort on the part of Attorney Williams he was able to secure the money at a much earlier date than he had expected when the matter of winding ud the estate was placed in his hands l H iO a5 J R AA Tt GIGANTIC SHOE SALE lIII Your interests are ours that is why we have one of the most complete lines of uptodate service giving shoes in this of the 75000000behindfactoryStarmoney can are put together by experts in big specialty factories and these workmen watch every single detail which accounts for the absence of flaws in Star Brand Shoes fWe Walk on Stars so can youlSta- rs f dont hurt your feet like ordinary shoes but fit and feel good from the start Dont think this isI Shoedom IIII IPatriotShoes leadingipop ular leathers for men 350400 When have tried some j are for you to them Our most attention is We return your and dont lock cross I V y t C = i a We have the largest assortment of ready trimmed hats for ladies ever brougt to Mt Vernon 383t JT ADAMS RESTAURANTI am now located- i the Fish store room next to the Bank of Mt Vernon prepared to serve all kinds of lunches en short notice Call and see me while at tending court Carlos Menifee There is talk of the Christian church congregation making a deal for the second story of the church building which belongs to the Masons and used by them It is to be hoped that something will be done that will bring around an im provement as the delapidated con dition of the building is an eyesore to the town and shows up very badly tot the good Christian people of the town It is said that panics have a habit of coming with considerable and startling regularity They were here in 1818 1837 1857 1873 and 1893 All arrived unexpectedly and Under this twenty year law of periodicity an other panic would be due in 1913 From the enormous way prices have doubled in living necessities it looks as if the panicevent would hurry along some years earlier than 1913 W G PROCTOR DEAD Died at his home at Quail post office this county Wednesday morning at oclock Mr W G Proctor aged four score and one year For more than two years he had been a sufferer ofa com plication of diseases and the end has long since been expected Mr Proctor was a man of gener ous impulses and never forgot the hospitable ways of the pioneer The stranger even though a beg gar never failed to find food and shelter if he sought it at his hands and he was at home by the bedside of the sick and in all kinds and neighborly offices He had borne adversity bravely and prosperity quietly He had filled the various relations of life as son husband father broth er friend and filled them well Who can do more But he isv gone Another name is stricken from the ever lessening SocietyShoes Ladies who want the best of all things in footwear willstop here S300 see roll of our old settlers and the once happy home is left to attest how sadlv they will miss him It must be so these tender human ties can not be severed without a pang Yet in such a death there is really no cause for grief His life work was done and well done He had passed his golden wedding day and wearied with lifes duties and cares weary of suffering and waiting he lay down to rest He was a man who united sound sense with strong and a candid temper emi nently fitted to mould the rude ele ments of pioneer society into form and and in raising a high standard of in our young and growing state How much his owes him and such he it is to estimate though it would be a grateful task to trace his through some of the direct chan nels to hold him up in these de generate days in his various characters of husband and father of neighbor and friend to speak of the sons and be has reared to his name and emulate his virtues But it comes not within the scope of this brief article to do so Suffice it to say he lived nobly and died at the advance age of 81 years The stern Reaper found him las a shock of corn fully ripe for the him be our tears rather let us crown his grave with gar lands few of us will live as long or as well andlfewer yet will the An gel of Death greet with such a lov ten children five boys and five girls Messrs George J W Tartlis J A and Dr D E Proctor Mesdames Andrew Her rin E A Herrin Mace Brown Henry Brown and Mrs Hubble to mourn the loss of akind affection ate and dutiful father The re mains were laid to1 rest melning at lo oclock in Providence cemetery beside his beloved companion who preceded him to the grave only a few months Mrs Sue Mullins wasin Mt Vernon on business Our Family A Shoe for every mem ber of your family made of Serviceable box calf Mens 275 aud 300 Womens 175 and 200 Misses 175 now courteous given everyvisitor money unheralded delighted enjoyed convictions outspoken consistency citizenship community as impossible influence daughters perpetuate peacefully harvestNot touchHe yesterday LIY1NtSTON Saturday Shoes Miss Margarite Overstreet is up again after a siege of measles Chas Rice Jr is down from Lebanon Junction visiting his par ernts Mr and Mrs Chas Rice Better look out CharlesjDick Hamp ton was in town Wednesday morn ingMiss Cleva McGuire return ed Sunday after a pleasant visit with her sisters Mrs Nettie Par sons and Mrs Lewis Harris at Be reaMaster Arnee Hayes is very sick with measles Mrs Sue Mul lins and little niece Bertha Hicks are in Louisville attending the ex position A big revival wjll com mence the last Sunday in this month at the Christian charch Mrs Ed Woodall is in Louisville attending the expositionThere- will be a minstrel show at Galloway Hall Friday night given by the young men of this place Every one is cordially invited to attend Tom Jones is improving his property on High street Let the goodwork go onGeorge Pope has been very near deaths door for a few days this week He had some teeth extracted last Thurs day and came very near bleeding to death but be is able to be out in town at this time The cottage prayer meeting was conducted by Mrs Chapple Wed nesday evening at the residence of H Elzy shoe made the kind of leather that U IaMens 2 50 Boys 175 and 225 giveW 111iil 5 Mrs J R Carter Mrs E M Sinkhorntr of Junction City ac companied Mrs Stella Whitehead to her home at this place Mondav Mrs Sinkhorne is in very bad health and will spend a few weeks with her sister Mrs George Pope and niece Mrs Stella White headMrs Susie Hicks is some betterT W Baker is continuing his big saleMr and Mrs Lucius Herd of Cincinnati are visiting Mrs Herds mother Mrs Nannie McWhorterMrs Dishon of Lancaster is vfsiting her daughter Mrs R A Whitehead and sister Mrs Geo Pope Mrs Maha la Carson age 85 spent last Friday with her sisterinlaw Mrs Ann Owens aged 77 Both are widows aud say that should any one mention matrimony to them that the unlucky one would leel the weight of a chair on his head Oh went now your humble correspondent was not eavesdropping just accidentally listning and heard one say Well Ann Grandpa Bruir is a mighty likely looking man Yes Haley and so is Lisha Car penter and he draws a pension too I am telling this as a secret for if it ever should become known that I told it my life would not be scratchIedLeslie and Reubin Anglin have ftoyal RIf the measles Mrs R A Spark and children were visiting in Lou isville last weekMrs L H Da vis returned Saturday after a short visit with relatives at Paint Lick Mrs A H McFerron returned home Tuesday after a months stay with relatives and friends at Knoxville and Waldensia Tenn She was accampanied home by her niece Miss Mamie LittonMr J E Anderson who was employed companyI acciIfalling thirtyfive feet and striking alIare not ous they are very painful and it will require some time for his re coveryMiss Nellie McFerron spent Saturday and Sunday with her sisters Mrs W Childress and Miss Gorgia McFenon Mr and Mrs James Lain nee Miss = Minnie Hightower arrived today to spend a few days with Mrs Lains sister Mrs Frank Long mireLittle glooules of sunshine that drive the clouds away DeWitta Little Early Risers will scatter the gloom of sick heabacde and biliousness They do not g ipe or sicken Recomended and sold here by Chas C Davis You canmakebetterrfood with BakiosJ rr ABSOLUTELY POREjjr v Lighter sweeter more palatable and wholesome jJ POWDER NEWYORK OOOOOO0060tCto006Ot6 +0+ eSGrippe or Influenza whichever you Jike3 40 to call it is one of the most weakening 9 known Q 1diseases 0- o Scoffs Emulsion which is Cod 0o Liver Oil and Hypophosphites in easily di 0 gested form is the greatest strengthbuilder Owknown to medical science 0 gItis so easily digested that it sinks into o making new blood and new fat 0- o andstrengthening nerves andmuscles o t Use Scottj EmulJion afterIIInfluenza o Invaluable for Coughs and Colds S ALL DRUGGISTS 50c AND 100 S OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO ft wai toive b itfMS SUBSCRIPTION to GOODALLS FARMER FREt To Every One of Our PaidinAdvance Subscribers DO YOU KNOW GOODALLS FARMER It is a large twentyfour page farm weekly profusely illustrated and every word In it is Interesting to thO farmer or raiser of live stock WHAT EVERY ISSUE CONTAINS 17EWS All of the general farm news of tbc week Is published and all agricultural de velopments are given in detail SPECIAL ARTICLES The leading agrlcul tural college professors contribute each week to this publication and the advice that they give Is beneficial to every farmer and raiser of live stock EDITORIAL The editorial page contains articles by men who thoroughly understand agricultural and live stock conditions in America The editorials are always written with the aim to benefit and assist the can farmer and raiser of live stock HOME DEPARTMENT There Is a department edited by Faith Felgar which Is de voted entirely to the interests of women Jive on the farm This department Is capably edited and contains much useful knowledge on the art of cooking and keeping a house sue cessfully OUR JUNIOR DEPARTMENT Conducted by Uncle Dudley for the benefit of the younger generation Contains letters from children from all parts of America aid Is a depart ment that Is of great Interest to every boy end girl MAGAZINE SECTION In this department prizes are awarded each week for the best MagailneIlditor patternvery useful to the housewife subscriptions Goodalls 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reporters on the Drovers Journal who make a study of the grain and who are always in touch wIth the exact ditions of that market COMIO PAGE Last but not least there a comic In GOODAUVS FARMER which Is a source of to both the old and young N BAll to Farmer when time expires your subscription to our paper Is paid July 1 1907 or later send in name and us to whom we shall send Farmer one year to yourself or to some one else and we will do so one cent of cost to you If your time Is not paid July 1 in your or new and we will I From Isaac to J C W ALL OF Time Been w I The Evening Post lias for several years endeavored to secure pictures of all Kentucky In order to place pictures in a permanent form they have been arranged in a statistical data history of the War also late maps of the United States Pan The Post publishes six or more editions daily and the latest is sent to each reader according to the time that it will reach them 1or all the people and against the grafter always For Home KY I on and Post with child is not There wrong its right return for babies doses 25 C of Santa in blames ident street states of down result of the in which are in world Orino new on of mer gripe is pleas ant It Chas C Davis THE ORIGINAL XeJ u Rose sa women in of 80 paid cash CO C 111 constantly stock other what which recognized also the trade PRODUCE constantly who understand Tne given trade also Is section amusement simply tell Goodalls without beyond renewal The these Evening the this Davis Fruit syrup A POOR ORGAN Dams the bile Thats what your liver does if it torpid Then the bile overflows into the blood poisons your system causes sick headache billiousness sallow skin coated tonge sick stomache dizzi ness fainting spells dark rings about the eyes wornout look etc kamons treatment of Liver Pills and Tonic Pellets strengthens the livermakes it do its own work Prevents and cures these troubles Aidsdoesent force Entire treat ment 25 cents Sold by all drug Rtst The Southern Railway will ex tend its line from Middleboro to Harlan Courthouse a distance of forty miles and will open up a rich coal territory in tha Kentucky mountains FOLEYS KIDNEYOUREJ WILLCUREYOU- of any case of Kidney or Bladder disease that is not beyond the reach of medi cine Take it at once Do not risk having Brights Dis ease orDiabetes There is nothing gained by delay 50c and 100 Bottles REFVStUISTItTUTSi CHAS c DAVIS Tte wind ol Mar cli navt IT r t rue vr Of Witts car r i nl quickly heals chapped and cracked Jvl j lul urn aiul unuoubtly tHe relief for Piles Sold here by Chas C Davis- According to reliable information received at Panama front Salvador that country has allied itselfopen ly with Honduras in the war with Nicaragua On March 10 25000 Sansalvadorean soldiers landed at Amapala and proceeded the next morning in the direction of Cho luteca WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL AND SIC N AL Both one year for only 150 The Presidential election is ap proaching Times have changed That is all Mr Watterson is a Democrat and has always been a Democrat never a Republican Essential differences out of the way Democrats are getting together The CourierJournal is going to suppost the ticket And there you have it- Send your order forthis combi nation to us not to the Courier Journal The regulal price of the Weeekly Courier Journal alone u i a year WORKED LIKE A CMARM Mr D N Walker editoa of lha spicy journal the Enterprise Lou isa Va says I ran a nail in tnj foot last week and at once appliet Bucklens Arnica Salve No infh mation followed Ithe salve simpl healed the wound Heals ever sore burn and skin disease Guaranteed at all druggist 2- 5cfOLETSliOITfA1 Cures Coldsi Prevents Pneumonia HJ Am better prepared than ever if test and fit the eves with glasses Have all the latest appliances foi testing A fit guaranteed Do all kinds of watch and clock repairing Make your old spec rames look like new Repair you 4old and silver rings etc etc All kinds of machine needles anr repairs kept Very truly S C FRANKLIN ITHE ORIGINAL COUGH SYRUP inItheIcroup whoopingcough Nearly all other cough cures are constipating especially those containing Opiates Kennedys Laxative movesIno KENNEDYS The Red Clover Blos som and the Eoney Bee on every bottle ime Reilste- retLAXATIVE HON EY AND TAR TIlL L 0 DaWITT A CO CHICAGO U 8 A Sold by CHAS C DAV- ISROCKCASTLE Real Estate Co MT VERNON KY 0 PAM No IThis farm of 317 acres located on Negro creek near Brodhead Ky is one of the best farms in the county and will be sold at a argainl the owner being unable to properly look after same because of his health The entire farm is under fence 170 acres in cultivation balance timbered three houses on farm good wells ar a springs and plenty of good stock water Also good orchard tf NO 5Ho acres of land be tween Brush creek and Orlando 2 acresin cultivation balance timbered two houses and well watered Will sellcheap NO 8214 acres near and1Jbargain FARM NO iT h3j tracts of land in one body consisting of 85 84 and 155 acres lo cated oh lade Fork creek in Lincoln county Ky and about 6 miles from Crab Orchard on Crab Orchard and Bee ick road These lands are located near the resi dences of eorge Hines and George Qooch About 75 acres of this land is bottom land and a good partof it is up land but level and is good farming land A bargain at 3 par acre One third cash the balance in one and two years J Does Your- HeartBeat Yes 100000 times each day Does it send out good blood or bad blood You know for good blood is good health bad blood bad health And you know precisely what to take for bad blood Ayers Sarsaparilla Doctorshave endorsed it for 60 years One frequent cause of bad Wood U a sluggish liver This produces constipation PoUouous substances are then absorbed the blood 1 Reap the bowels open with Ayers Pills Rrj Made by J Ayes Co Lowell MuslAlso manufacturers of 7 qers VIGORI We have no secrets lWe paoiui the formulas of all our medicines NOTICE TO OUR CUSTOMERS We are pleased to announce that Foleys Honey and Tar for coughs colds and lung troubles i3 not af fected by the National Pure Food and Drug law as it contains no opi ates or other harmful drug and we recommend it as a safe remedy for children and adults Chas C Dads druggist TAKEN upA black and white spotted boar weight about 50 Ibs Owner can hsve same by paying ill damages 2223t DAVID HENDERSON 04S TOE X 4Bears the A SeldomWear Dr Miles AntiPain Pills relieve pain not only once but as many times as it is necessary to take them Many persons who suffer from chronic ailments find in them a source of great relief from the suffering which they would otherwise be com pelled to endure Their uponfiiwrvpgweaken theirt For this reason they seldom lose their effective ness I am years old and have uttered troublesrheumatism breathiieepIessness Pillshaveknow what I should do without them haveeverout In less time than I have been us resultsWerecease their use MRS S C ROBINSON 27 Carter St Chattanooga Tenn byrfalls he will return your money 25 doses 25 cents Never sold In bulk Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind Mount Vernon Monumental WORKS andVlDEALER Granite Monuments ofall kinds Estimates furnished on application GEORGE OWENS Mount Vernon Ky jrodhectd Marble Work BRODHEAD KY Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents for Iron Fence D B ATBRIGHT Mnager c tiwart FronI4BFeiice 1 Cheaper than wood Will last a llfetlraM Ill BYtI1upoCINCINNATL o LOreiieeaesUttef lies FMC lan is esr clj v prices will soc fell art j O3T OTTAWA t Tile ck his utiiUi orhood ae o av cent H birvi ikm Uut 01 I1dav1iGeorge template going East der was in Bee Lick Saturday on business Will Adams of Krueger was in this section Saturday and said there was several cxses 011 whoopingcoug in his neighborhood Misses Jalia Brown and Alza Sowder wtte the pleasant guests of tieir grandparents Mr and Mrs Tart Proctor Saturday and Sun dayMrs S L Cummins and children of Krneger visited relatives here a few days since Rice Bange is selling out to go jto Illinois J B Sutton visited relatives at Negro creek Sunday Vessie Brown lu 8 returned from the rallroadMacIBarnes and family SaturIdayding expected in this part soot J J Brown bought of George Ballard a wagon and one jenny fo- roMrs Sarah Sowder contin ues very lowElijah Vallen came in from East Bernstadt Tuesday J M and M F Craig were in this section Tuesday buying hogs Christopher Sowder oi near Lan caster visited relatives at this place Frida last Farmers are putting in full time the last few days of pretty weatherMr Henry Las well has moved into his residence recently bought of Larkin Hicks On the 13 inst Mr James Hays and Alice Sowder were united in the holy bonds of matrimony the Rev Martin Owens officiating The young couple have the bes wishes of us all WE GUAR TT1tR SATISFACTION J A Bognen of the N ation Sign Co Daton O writes undo nato of Oct 12 1906 Nosea h the only preparation I have evei used that relieves my affection si speedily and pleasantly I am get ting the first real plasure out o breathing that I have experiencer since I contratcted catarrh six years ago Money would not bm my tube of Nosena if I could no get another Buy Nosena frotr yonr druggist and get your money back if not satisfied Sample tube anabookletjMLroaiI eoceats DllOTlrI MAr 1CrU RING CO St Louis Mol Greenville Tent A local option ejection has been called by the Count Judge foi Daviess count including the city of Oweusboro and a deermened effort will be made by the temperance forces to close the forty or more saloons now being conducted there PREVENT HEADACHE Force them No aids them Ramons treatment of Liver Pilli and Tonic Pellets strengthen the liver and digestive argans so that they do their work and fortifies your condition agaiust future troub le Entire treatment 25 cts at all drugstores M1 Iv MYERSDentist Mt Vernon Ky- FirstClassI Work OFFICEAt residence on Old Main St known as the C C Wil Hams residence PHONE No 73 Will be in office at BRODHEAD from MONDAY NOON to TUES DAY NOON each week C C Williams ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KY OFFICE On acd floor o The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church street Special attention given to collections Phone No S- ojc MeCLtRY Undertaker Embalmer j Complete of c by Telephone attend ed promptly Stanford Ky KILLTHOOUCHA F WITH II II c LINE Caskets Robes Orders rKing New Disc very It slONSUMPTION UGHSaM OLDS Prici 5OcSEOOFres a tan Quickest Pure foraU- TBBOATand LUNG TBOTJB IAS or XOmBY BACH CALL IfliIR5 Isimilating Promotes DigestionCheerful OpiumMOJ nessandRestContains phine nor Mineral NOT NAHC OTIC tJeolOUTSAlUELPTCRER i flatyn SeZ tIul s iwi jw rNtl J9- Aperfecl Remedy forConslipa non ea Worms Convulsions feverishness and LOSS OF SLEEP Facsimile Signature oP z NEW YORK EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER Va had call had my and and was very said was bear the the tak ing Can now my and pure cure and is a safe and re for sick women successful for over LWINEI ATORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have 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