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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 5 i 9ra by FridayTEvery VOLUME XX MT ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY MAR 29 1907 NUMBER 27 rl UII l BAKtr Z Z Highest Class Ready Tailored Clothing Like Pigeons Flying Ready Roasted In Your Mouth Style Quality Perfect ftting fG MwwwCIog I dowEnot find a few cheap suits thrown on the coun Etelor waddedUp and laid in the shelves 3w regwaP to containing 3 E Finest Coat andPant Suits for the Young Men o Finest Regular Suits for us Married Men Ex = Etra Size Suits for the Big Men Youths Suits Efor the Boy about as big as a min Knee Pant toww E 50a suit- LongheadedE uptodate people who know 3w ww and appreciate style and good valueare alltom E ing here for their Spring Suits That s why T =w = am a busyman t o ww rww wrwr a w w Big Reductionsw E In the new Calicoes and Dress Goods for = ww Spiing = w marketsMywE Spring line of Dry Goods are rn my shelves 3- E My wife says Iam certainly an artist whenit =w comes to selecting Dress Goods Mywife handsomew 3ww w thingsshe married me because I was w w good Spriugw 3 E lines as low as I had them years ago v =J I have been years in building reputatiorL fpr ZS havew 2- jnaintainel w E come what may 31 E Come in and we will shake hands and talk it = over i 3 E Dont forget about my Douglas Shoes 3 ww i U UUU1UUUUUU1U1UU1 U1U lU1U1U1U1U1U1UUUUU1UUU 1 f J- GUU t1 t BRODHEAD On account of Prof Dickerson serving on the grand jury this week there is no school in his room Quite a large crowd visited W H Benton in his palatial home Willie Oakland Sunday afternoon and the evening was spent very pleasantlyAunt Judy Ches nut is visiting her daughter Mrs F FranciscoMessrs Chas Da vis Burdette and Chas McKenzie E S Albright Will Fish and F L Thompson Jr were here be tween trains Sunday C H Frith J W Hutcheson A B McClary M C Albright and Mrs Mary Albright ail in Louisville this week attending the exposition Rev A J Pike filled his regular appointment at Kirks yule last SundayMrs Jas W Hutcheson and son Jas Ed ward are visiting Mrs Hutche sons parents at Harrodsburg and stay over till after EasterA C Kith ell of Lebanon Junction was in town last Sunday calling on one of our good looking girlsH- H Hutcheson of Kirksville was also here calling on one of our belles last Sunday Mrs Marie Dunn offcDanville is here for a week the guest of her sister Mrs J G FrithMisses Maude and Myrtle Thompson of Lebanon Junction visited their cousin Miss Elizabeth Cable last ol last week Dr and Mrs W E Gravely were in Louisville shopping last week John D Pike of Lebanon Junc tion visited his parents Rev and Mrs gA J Pike Sunday until Wednesday The Christian church has employed the Rev J W Mas ters to preach for them the following year and on the fourth Sunday morning and eveningin each month there will be preaching there We are glad to say that Mr Testerman Sr is able to be out again after being confined to his room since last September iss Maude Forbes left Thursday a m on 24 for Liverpool Ohio where she will take a course in nursing Quite a number of Miss Eliiatyetti Ca blea mostirltimatc friends surprised her by going up last Monday evening and we were all entertained royally On lat Tuesday night Miss Maude Wat SOD entertained a few of her friends at a eucher party in honor of her guest Miss Willie Benton At the proper time supper was announced and a table laden withall the delicacies of the season were in waiting fc r us This was one of the swellest affairs I have ever had the pleasure of attending All departed saying God be with you all till we all can meet at Maudes again Dr Walker Owens o Pongo visited his brother Gran- uley Owens last WednesdayH B McClary went to Louisville Thursday morning to attend the exposition In 1897 I had stomach disease Some physicians said Dyspepsia some consumption One said I would not live until spring For four years I existed on boiled milk soda biscuits and doctors prscrip tion I could not digest anythin 1 ate then I picked up one of your Almanacs and it happened to be my lifesaver I bought a fifty cent bottle of KoDoi and the benefit I received from that bottl all the gold in Georgia conldnot buy In two months 1 went back to my work as machinest and in three months I was well and hearty prosperC6 thwe where by Kodol For Dyspepsia it is sold here by Chas C Davis Joel T Harts will iu which he tells the history of his famous piece of statutory Woman Triumphant has been found and a copy of it Jdteral Assembly appropriate money with which to have reprodnced in marble the figures by Hart and that piece be placed in the new State Capitol The will confirms modrel of the carving remains intact A cross and pevish child is n natural There is something wrong Usually its ihest tnache Use Cascasweet arid putt the stomache right and the sunshine fac0tscasweet e j centSold OTTAWA rQuite a number of friends and relatives attended the funeral of ThulsdayGarI the people of this sectionSever- al of the farmers are sowing grass If the people would sow most of their land down in grass andnot raise so much corn I think it would be much betterRev Wit son of Brodhead is holding a pro tracted meeting at Zion church Mr John Wallen and family will move into the George Ballard property in a few days Jas Thompson we are glad to announce is improving J W Brown was in Brodhead Friday on businessMrand Mrs James Hayes visited relatives in Lincoln county a few days sinceJohn Sowder was In Brodhead Thursday on business James F Proctor visited J W Brown and fajnil y SundayJ W Proctor of Quail was iu this part Friday Mr Geo Ballard sold to Mr Vol Thompson a cow for 28Mesdames Steve Proctor and Lincoln Stringer were here SaturdayMr and Mrs Eugene Rogers and family of Pulaski county visited Mr and Mrs Tart Proctor Saturday and SundayJ J Brown sold to Daniel Brown Sr a cow for X28Mr James Lawrence of near Bee Lick visited Charley Sowder and family Tues daytJ J Brown had an oat stack destroyed by fire much to the regret of the neighborhood for feed is mghty scarce Charlie Brown visited relatives and friends at Krueger SundayS T Proctor was in Mt Vernon Saturday on business Mr Steve Brown visited his son Billy Brown Sunday lastJ T Brown lelt for Cincin nati a few days since J S Cash the Ottawa merchant is doing a splendid business Fred Wallen will leave in a few days to work on the railroad The sick are reported a little betterMr and Mrs iff Frank Cash and family visited MTJ and Mrs J W Brown and family Saturday and SundayMiss Clara JeLaneyvisite relatioesr and friend at Krueger Saturday and Sunday Mr Tom Pierce and Miss Ella Hayes of Lincoln county visited relatives at this place Sun dayMrs Tart Proctor is in very poor healthMessrs J E Sutton and Charley Sowder attended court in Mt Vernon MondaYJ S Cash sold to George Marler a mule for i roMrs Mary J Brown will soon have on her new line of Spring batsF L Thompson the hustling drummer was in this part Tuesday LIFEfhapitst mother in the littlle town of Ava Mo is Mrs S Rup pee She writes One year ago my son was down with such seri ous lung trouble that our physician was unable to help him when by givingery and I soon noticed improve ment I kept this treatmant up perfectlyily since at carpenter work Dr hisgc t cough and cold cure by all druggista 500 add Trial bottle free The total exportsof meats dairy thte year aggregated over 250000000 in value accord ing to a statement issued by the Bureau of Statistics of the Depart ment Commerce and Labor For weak kidneys and lame bad use DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills Best for lumbago rheuma tism bladder and other trhubl arising from bad blood The Y cleanse the kidneys and clear th byChlYou should be very careful of colqNearly conn taming opiates Kennedys Laxat ive Cough Syrup moves the bowelss contains No opiate Conforms to National Pure Food and Drugs ofmotherseverJwhere soldbyChasCDa ofFormer United States Senator Burton of Kansas just released from jail where he edasent ence for grafting declared that he was offered a pardon by President Roosevelt but thathe declined to received clemeucy atfhe ire idents hinds v L A SWELL BOOT for fashionable people i tid 1887 VERNON j SHOE leathers styles Our Leaders f We have just received a large shipment of the American Gentleman and the J American Lad SHOE Sf Manufaot l1tiredLouis Mo A positive guarantee goes with every pair of AMERICAN GENTLEMAN or AMERICAN LADY Shoes If you are look for uptodate footwear dont fail to call and see our linecCLOSING 11We are closing out over 2000 pairs of other brands of Shoes new and goodin order to r wmakeroom for our Spring shipment on which we can save you 25 to 75 per cent We are not talking through our hats but mean just we say Whether you want to buy Shoes or not visit M Our store get our prices and we will convince you that we are selling Shoes cheaper than M were ever able to buy them before KRUEGER SONr5f LAND STOCK AND CROP Auctioneer H C Jones reports- a large crowd in attendance at E A Adams sale Wednesday and everything selling well Horses sold from 94ton8 twoyear old mountain heifers sold from 12 25 to 16 50 twoyearold steers 18 50 each one shorthorn bnll calf 38 cows from 26 50 to la3o 25 hogs went low down yel low corn 3 75 per barrel white cor 300 hay 940 per hundred oats 45c per bushel Household goods sold at good prices- A H Hamlin shipped in here Wedneseay a car load of fine rattle which he bought in Tennessee Mr Hamlin will graze them for several months on his farm near Level Green before placing them on the market Send yourjack and horse bills to this office to have them printed Best of werk prompt service and at the very lowest price Quite a number of horses chang ed hands here Monday ranging in prices from 75 to 125 a GIVEN UP TO DIE B Spiegle t204 N Virginia St Evansville Ind writes For over five years I was troubled with whichkme worry I last flesh and was all run down abandoen e best physici ans who did me no giveyn vas recommended and tne firs bottle gave me great relief and af ter faking the second bottle I was entirely cured Why not let it helg you FARM FOR SALE For sale one farm located betwee Pine Hill and Sinks Good running spring two common houses young orchard 13 acres good grass Pasture and corn land 50 acres Cheap at 350 For informa tion call on JT MEADOWS rPineHill Ky The Navy Department is inform edof the arrival at Havana of the United States ship Dolphin with Secretary Metcalf and party on board The party will next visi sthe naval station at Guantanamo Cabinr hr Ia fgEstablished AHANDSOME all all This is one Y 4 coing OUT what youI JTF1 FISH AND GAME LAW 0 The following is the Fish and game law as found in theKentucky StatutesIor persons shall place or cause to be placed in any of the waters of this State any of the following dr gsexplo sives etc for the purpose of killing injuring or poisoning fish shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and on conviction thereof shall be fined the sums hereafter indicated for such offences Section 1895 Drugs poisonous substances or medicated bait less than 20 or more than so notI Section 1253 For placing stream damn pool or pond any liquid berries powders medicine 3r other thing or explode dynamite tor cause to beexploded fines not to beless than 10 nor more than 100 and imprisonment in the twenItySection 1904 Minnow seine less than ten feet in length and four feet in depth to catch min nows or bait may be used Section 1899 Unfawful to lo rate any wing net set net gill or trammel net or any other contriv once for the purpose of catching ffsh fine not less than 25 nor more than 50 and cost of prosecu tionSection 1940 It is unlawful to kill any black gray or fox squirrel between the 1st of February yeart1944 Unlawful to kill a quail partridge or pheasant between the 1st day of January and the 15th day of November of each year HOW TO REMAIN YOUNG To continue young in health and strength do as Mrs N K Rowan saysThrecudme of chronic liver andstom 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 dotease my husbands rGuaranteed tt aril drugstores Price 5od HOW THEYSTANDTHEN NOW t The late decision of the State Appellate Court in the Legislative district matter simply leaves the counties concerned just as they were at the last election which is as followsBell Perry and Leslie itF Breathitt Lee and Magoffin Clay Jackson and Owsley Estill anPowell Bullitt and Spencer Floyd Knot and Letcher v Menefee and Montgomery J Morgan and Wolfe f Laurel and Rockcastle C Greenup Lewis n and Edmiston Johnson and MartinzPikeyUnder the act of March 1906 the counties were redistricted as shown below but no election has been held under that arrangement Bell and Hardin t BreathittEstill and Lee Floyd Knot and Magoffiu v Clay Estill Laurel and Rock castle j4 Bullilt Spencer Wolf Menefee and Rowan Montgomery Jackson Letcher Perry ani 1ButlerJohnson Martin and Pike Morgan 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 stomacbe dizzi ness 4RamonsjHernakesPrevents ad cures these troubles Aids doesent force Entire treat igtstct T0 Ji MjilwsW- ThiKUYwHMJUMfi M f 1 So 9 1 r MT VERNON SIGNAL Mar 29 1907 JFRIDAY Friday byevery frEDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR 100 Q Advertising rates made known on application MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS A SOCIATIO DEMOCRATIC TICKET For United States Senator J C W Ilcckham For GovernorS W linger For Attorney GeneralJohn K Hend ricksFor State Superintendent ot Schools M O Winfrey For Commissioner of AgricultureJ W Newman For Lieutenant GovernorSouth Trim bleFor AuditorH M Bosworth For Secretary of StateHubert Vree landFor Treasurer Ruby Lafoon For Clerk Court of AppealsJohn B Chenault The Journal of Political Economy in a recent issue presents some instructive figures bearing on wo man as engaged in the useful occu pations The figures were gather ed by two women connected with the Chicago University They re veal not only a remarkable inva sion bv the gentler sex of new fields but an unequal remarkable shifting about so to speak The basis of the showing is the tenth census according to which there are 303 occupations In two hundred and ninetyfive of these women appear and it is only in the United States army and navy in fire departments and as helpers unskilled assistants to roofers slaters steam boilermakers and brass workers that are not repre sented In 1900 more than five million women were earning wages and for the decade covered the n umber of the sex engaged in re numerative industry increased fast er than the female population while the rate ot increase inrespect to employment was greater than the corresponding rate for employ ment of men A peculiar exhibit t is that in some of the occupations more usually associated with wo man man outstripped the erstwhile domestic slaves For example women milliners increased in ten years 405 per cent men milliners 340 per cent Women dressmakers increased 178 per cent men dressmakers 150 per cent Again i women seamstressess increased only 04 percent while men seam stresses increased 20 8 per cent and it is also found that men have been crowing the women out of the saloon business the launL dries and in a certain measure the mills Women however increased In all departments of trade and transportation 1203 to mens 376 per cent and distanced the stern er sex in all but one of the five large groops classified in the cen sus As a contemporary says it is well known that certain sociologists and writers on political economy l hold the theory that lace suicide the decreasing marriage rate the t increasing divorce rate wife aban to donment the disappearance of the cook and various other domestic ills are ascribable to the tendency r of the modern woman to struggle outsidetmay rjitis a fact that woman is becoming J an important factor in the business world THE WHITLEY COURIER McKenzie Browns paper made its- Williamsburgfirst appearance at ijlastFriday The get up of the paper in every respect would be a L credit to any town a seven column quarto filled chuck full of attract ively set advertisement and well chosen reading matter nicely print 4 ed infect a thoroughly uptodate county paper of which the citizens of Williamsburg and Whitley coun ty should be proud and which they r supportojl WHATEVER happens dont be J i come a sour old man or woman rOldage should be a cheerful period 5 tortife when the lengthened arlshadowssoften by the setting sun when quiet twilight steals on apace soon to be followed by the IOUR nights of rest which remains tonn IivinRIADJOINING COUNTIES Lawrenceburg voted in favor winIuingthree votes A movement has been started to ask the County Judge to call an election in the county when it is hoped that the saloons may be closed R N Wathen president of the Kentucky Distillers Association and thirteen other prominent men in Lebanon were arrested on war rants charging them with bribery in connection with the local option election which was held iu that city on Tuesday Mr Harry P Jones President of the Big Hill Coal Company was in town Monday introducing Mr JH Vitchestain to the coal trade of Richmond Mr Vitchestam has accepted the position of mana ger for the Big Aill Coal Company of this State and has located in this city It is the intention of this company to open offices here this being a central point for distribu tion and near the new mines which will open at an early date This company has purcuased coal fields at Sturgeon and will begin immedi ately to develop sameRichmond Climax TEACHERS WAGES The weary and careworn school teacher has been enjoying a few weeks of needed rest after a term of eight or nine months of tiresome mental and physical labor Many persons who have had no experience in the teaching line seem to think that any common school teacher whose wages are from 25 to 40 per month ought to make an independent fortune in a short time Let sucha one stop and consider wnat is expected of a teacher In the first place she is expected to be well dressed at all times which is no small item of expense She is expected to buy all the latest books and subscribe for all the popular educational journals of the day attend teachers meet ings whenever and wherever held and to spend from three to five weeks at an institute during her short vacation All of these re quirements are attended by no small expense and the teachers who complywith them will find at the close of the year that they have a very small portion of their earn ings to lay up for a rainy day Do not understand by the above assertions that such requirements are useless But when it has be come almost absolutely necessary for a teacher to attend all such meetings as those who have supervision over them shall appoint it should be also required of the board of education and directors that they pay their teachers such wages swill enable them to attend and have enough of their earnings left to last them until the school term begins again THE NEWS IN BRIEF The Union State bank of Hunne well Kan was wrecked bysafe blowers Gov Deneen of Illinois desig nated Friday April 26 as Bird and Laborday Three men were killed by the explosion of a locomotive boiler at Metucheh N J A huge icicle fell from the Niagara gorge cliffs onto a trolley car killing motorman Lawson Emerson former clerk of the supreme court of Ohio was indicted for embezzlement Robert B Olliver and his six foreman were acquitted of the charge of peonage at Knoxville TennSpeaker Cannon andother congressmen who are on their way to Panama arrived in San JuanP R M CasimirPerrier expresident of France died suddenly of em = bolism of the heart at his residence- in Paris Princes Edward and Albert the eldest sons of the prince of Wales will tour the world shortly in a battleshipCapt Behrens was fatally wounded In a duel near Berlin with a personage of high rank whose identity was concealed Clinton Babbitt Democratic member of congress from the First Wisconsin district in 1591 and 1891 died at Beloit aged 75 years POLITICS ANDPOL1TICIAliSII There will United States Ssnator to succeed John C Spooner until May 14 according to an aggreement reach ed among legislative leaders in WisconsinThe from Washington containing Secretary Roots proposal fora settlement of the quest ons in dispute between the United States and Canada are the subject of considerable comment at London Following a heated debate the New York State Assembly ad vanced to the order of final passage the bill providing for a recount of the ballots cast at the Mayoralty election in New York City in 1905 The Tennessee House passed the State Pure Food Bill after one of the hardest fights which has been seen in that body in years The Legislature defeated the Bucket Shop Bill and it is now a dead issue PROGRAM FOR EASTER I Prelude 2 Processional 3 Reading of Resurrection Chap ter 4 There is a Green Hill tar away Gounod Mitts Bessie Sparks 5 Hymn by congregation 6 Softly Softly Solemn Measure WeberAugusta B von Eichen 7 Solo and quortette Thou Art With MeThomas 8 The Palms Foure Mr James McDonald 9 Hymn by congregation 10 Prayer Benediction n Recessional The March high temperature tec ord for twenty years The period the Government station has been established at Lincoln Neb was broken Monday when the thermom eter marked 91 in the shade for a period of three hours A liquid cold relief with a laxative 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 eough that is Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup Safe and sure in its action pleasant to take and conforms to National Pure Food aad Drug Law Contains no opi ates Sold by Chas C Davis leading druggist In hisjoy at hearing of a com mutation of his dea h sentence Red Daniels leaped in the air in his cell in the Hattlesburg Miss jail striking head against bars at the top He was rendered unconscious by the shock CA gT C R LABears the flljsatnw ar AI Bough Advices received in Washington show that the cause oi the present war between Honduras and Nica ragua was a dispute over the owner ship of one mule which it is claim edwas stolen by Nicaraguan cavalry in Honduras territory Wl CARSON PAFNTER AND PAPERHANGER WALLPAPER ROOM- MOULDINGS ETC Let us make an estimate on work before placing your order- All Work Guaranteed REDUCED RATES VIA Queen 1 Crescent Route ON THE First and Third Tuesday- of each month to 1Wintersale good gitillMay 311 1907 1HLexington Ky O c BARGAINS 1 C1lCO 0 5c per yd The bottom slashed out of the whole fix SPRING SHOES LOW CUTS in White Pink and Drab MISSES and CHILDRENS SANDALS Cut to the Bottom Come in while at Court The Low Prices will continue the whole FOUR WEEKSof llBig Court H Highest Prices for 1 Produce and Country Hams r OUR a Trunks Dress Goods and Little Boys Suits yit4 G T JOHNSON1 IIOpposite Court House BARGAINS 3Q fCOMPLETE LINE OK a NEW cud COMPLETE Line of GENERAL I MERCHANDISE Remember that We have the Best at the LOWEST Prices r A FULL LINE ae ae Of Clothing Boots and Shoes Hardware and Queenswaare Groceries and Dry Goods w H RICH I Andrewssae ac Kentucky Spring is Here jlndW H Baker the Langford Merw can furnish you everything you need in the way of Spring Goods Ladies Readytrimed Hats Dress goods Calicoes Ginghams Et- cSHOES 1 c W SEE UR line of Shoes is second to none in the county and UR prices on everything right ifI E pay you the highest market price for your pro Calla 1 see ns Yours for business mH BAKER t FLANGFQRD KENTUCKY fcicx ae c3 THIS IS WORTH REMEMBERING Whenever you have a cough or cold just remember that Foleys Honey and Tar will cure it Do not risk your health by taking any but the genuine It is in a yellow p ck ageChas C Davis drug gist The post office department will not draw the color line in the mat ter of white and negrd mail clerks working together on the same runs as the white clerks of the middle west had plauned to ask Six persons were killed and seventeen injured some of whom will die in ahead on cohesion be tween a special train carrying students from an intercollegiate track meet an d outbound limited in the city limits of Los Angeles All of the dead were stud- entsCASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind YotHiii Always Bought i Bears the Hignatareof t4L4il 2 8S j a THREE DAYS SALE i II1 3 III dVEARr Must make room for my Spring Stock and the above must of EveIningI r 23IiA C HIATTI HIATT KENTUCKY t1j = U YOUR BANKING No matter how small HO mattter how large THE BANK of MT VERNON 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 100 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 fWillisPRACTICAL ifUNDERTAKER 3AN- DFUNERAL DIRECTOR y- Mt Vernon Ky = r Stock Complete Can furnish on short no S 3EdoneORDERS by wire Promptly Filled 3Phone No 63 I3J rU1UUUUUUUll111UlU1Ul111UU1UlUU1l1111Ul111U l111UU11Ure BRING YOURiJOB WORK TO THE t SIGNAL Mi VERNON SIGNAL I MT VERNON KY Mar 29 190 7 I 79 Cull up No 79 whenyou want to Communicate with SIGNAL 79 3 R R Co TIME TABLE 22E north 124 pm 24 north 340 a m 23 south 124 p rr 21 South 1220 a m TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postoffice as secondclass mail matt- erPEItS011AL Ike Snodgrass is here for a few daysMrs Martha Lewis continues very sick Rev R B Mahoney was here this week Atty Elmer Evans of London was here yesterday- E Bullock the harness and bug gy man is in Louisville this week LaiweekwW M Bnllock is in Louisville buying goods for his Hansford storeAgent J A Landrum is able to resume his duties in the L N officeReasonably good sized crowds have been in attendance at court most all the week Elza Lan ford says he expects to leave forthe West at an early date to make his future home Hon B J Bethurum is acting Commonwealths Attorney J N Sharpnot being present Oscar Walfen of Somerset was here Sunday calling on one of Mt Vernonssociety bells Miss Frances Sparks is at home from the Conservatory of Music Cincinnati for a few days Capt M F Smith spent Satur day until Monday with his daub ter Miss Elizabeth at Loretto Mrs W J Sparks and daughter were in Louisville yesterday Mr Sparks was in St Louis Satur dayJames 1 White vas here Monday and Tuesday Mr White is in the real estate and insurance business Misses Ila Proctor aud Ann Brannaman were over from Wildie yesterday shopping and having dental work done Judge Alcorn Hon F F Bob bilt W McC Johnson and E V Puryear of Danville are the visit ing attorneys this week- J H Gallagher T P A of the Henderson Route was here yester day to fix up the tickets for E A Adams and Elza Langford to Okla homa Mesdames M C Miller Jr and C C Davis were called to Lexington Tuesday on account of the death of their uncle Rev E Snodgrass 4Conu Brown has returned from California where he has been so Mourning since last August Conn is very mucbly taken with the West but with all this he did not forget old M Vernon which he says is the best of all- LOCAL S Easter services at the Christian church Sunday Born to the wife of Wade Live say a fine boy baby Remember the Concert and read ing in the Fish opera house next Tuesday night The Skating Rink continues to draw big crowds and Mt Vernon Js rapidly developing some expert scooters OpENiNGThe ladies are invited to see my display of Spring and Summer Millinery Saturday March 30th 1907 MRS G S HIATT The Norton case will be called today There is speculation as to whether or not the case will go to trial however we get it that the defence will announce ready I will take in exchange for tomb stones and monuments any produce that there is a market for in Mt Vernon at the highest price George Owens 3 223t Mt Vernon i OPENING Visit my opening of spring millinery tomorrowMRS CLEO BROWN GREAlOFFERThecinnati Post daily Human Life monthly Farm News monthly Spare Mo meats monthly and the MT VER NON SIGNAL weekly all oue year for only 2 60 This offer is only good for one week longer- UNIRECIWENTRD SNAKE STO RYJohn Bowles a farmer living near Dango post office says that he has a horse that was biten by a copperhead snake on the 29th of list January Who ever heard of snakes real snakes in the winter time John Bryant of Barboursville who came here about two weeks ago to visit the family of his rel atives B B Taylor of near Sparks Quarry was taken down with pneu monia soon after he arrived and died Sunday His remains were taken back to his home for burial LOsTBetweEn D N Williams dwelling and Mrs Sue Butners Masonic Pin with both the Royal Arch and Knight Templar Em blems with the appropriate letters for each The finder of the Pin will be rewarded by the return to Mrs Boulaware at Mrs Butners MRS LOU HaUL WARE Every little while we read in the paper thatsomeone has run a rusty nail in his foot or other portion of his body and lockjaw resulted therefiom and the patient died If every person was aware of a perfect remedy for s ch wound and would apply it the such re ports would cease The remedy is simple always at hancr an be ap plied by anyonewhat L better it s infalible It issiinpH to smoke the wound or any wo nd that is bruised or inflammedlith a wool en cloth in the smoke will take the pain out of the worst case of inflamatton arrising from such a wound People ma sneer at this remedy as muchn they please but when they are Afflicted with such wound let then itMr Jas C Hayes of the East End announces this issue that he is a candidate for jailtr of Lincoln county subject to the action of the Democratic party Mr Hayes has a wtdeacquaintanceitvthe county having been prominent in farming and stocktrading circles for a number of years He is a high toned geutleman an unswevering democrat and hs many friends who will be gratified should he be suc cessful in his aspirationsInterior JournalHere is hoping that our iriend and former Rockcastle citizen will laud the plum Many of the tru est and best officers Lincoln has ever bad were Rockcastle men as can truthfully be said of two of the present officers the jailer Mr Ike Herrin and the chief of police of Stanford Mr Robert Jones Tru er braver and better officers than they aae not to be found If Lin coIn honors Mr Hai es with the office to which he aspires and which we believe she will do the same high standard in the management of the county jail will be maintain ed in the future as it has in the past Rev Eugene Snodgrass 48 years of age died at his residence 425 East Sixth street yesterday after noon at 6 oclock after a protacted illness of consumption Nineteen years ago Mr Snod grass went to Japan as a mission ary under the auspices of the For eign Board of Missions of the Christian Church Later he severed his connectiou with the board and worked there independently Four years ago he returned to this county on account of ill health Rev Snodgrass reached home yesterday morning on the 833 Qneen Crescent train from Sabinel Texas where he went accompanied by his wife in November of last year Rev Snodgrass is survived by his wife and daughterLexington LeaderFor several years he had been a sufferer of lung trouble but nor until last fall while at the head of the puplic school at Brodhead did his illness become so serious having to give up his school on account of afflictionRev life was spent as an educator and a child of God Besides his wife and daughter he leaves an agtd mother who lives in this county and one brother Isaac Snodgrass of Wigwam Colorado all of whom were at his bedside when the end came 1 j r L t fJ y ao MfY4x SdiYA6WLOViRr6i 9 GLa47Y trif i1fY ifY 7 f1 r Q = = I I II IpartStar Brand shoes wear well because they are made from the best leather money can buv they 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 I Brand Shoes j LeWalk on Stars so can you y J Stars dont hurt your feet like ordinary shoes but fit and feel good from the start It f f Dont think this is a slash price sale for it isnt it is our Opening Sale on the seasons snappiest styles in Shoe I tdom and there are no cut prices We are listing our four leaders V j IPatriotShoes I All the leading styles in the most pop ular leathers for men 350400 Society When you have tried these shoes and they have given you the satisfaction all Star Brand shoes always JI we know then you cannot help and say Star Shoes better These shoes ready for you to them III now Our most courteous attention is given every visitor We return your money and dont lock A G Koker will dedicate the church at Popular Grove 2nd Sunday in- May Dinner on the ground His many friends at this place will be grieved to learn ot the death of Wm Weber formanY years a citizen of this town who diedat home at Chatanooga Friday and was buried Sunday For more than three years he had been a sufferer of Brights disease We join with other friends in extending to the bereaved family our deepest sympathy CIRCUIT COURT Circuit Court commenced day account of the detention of regular Judge M L Jar vis Judge L F Johnson of Frankfort is special Judge This is Judge Johnsons second court to at this place and he makes a splendid court before whom all attorneys are pleased to practice charge of Judge Johnson to Grand Jury was strong and im pressive presented in few words as possible to cover the various viola tions of law The following gentlemen were selected as Jurors GRAND JURY W H Sowder Sam Ward J L Thompson Henry Mink George Thompson J E Blackburn Geo Deatherage Alex Harrison J S Rowe Fletcher J E Bullock W R Dickerson PETIT JURY Martin S L Durham Sam Bryant Jarvis J Brown James Chaney T J Harper James Head Josh Ball Sheila Fuqua Solly Griffin J W Marler Willis Johnson L J Scott M G Mc Kinney Jesse Childress J H Reynolds Allen Burdette Joel Pitman I S Langford William Arnold Samuel Fields J W Mink W H Gentry and A J Norton The following cases were tried including yesterdays business George Capps breach of the peace 150 and cost Little John Mul lins John Carrier Nath McWhort er James Southard George Mc Cormic James Taylor Joe Smith Tom Mullins Bill Durham G L Wren Shermon Mink William Reece C Rector Pate McClure JohnBaker PerryDurham Hiram Mitchell and Alf Mink were each Shoes Ladies who want the best of all things- in foot wear willstop here 300 of see Baand are are see new the Mr his On ths the the the Ed Andrew 150 Major Ball giving whisky to a minor 25 and cost Rufus Men efee tresspass acquitted W F Anderson for tearing down the Flat Rock chnrch building acquit ted This church had been abondoned as a chnrch aud ques tion involved was the question of who had the right to sell and who owned the building The case against Lowery dismissed Pryor Dalton for shooting at an other dismissed Nath Doan for presenting a pistol at George Fred ericks acquitted Higgie Baker for shooting at another without wounding fined 50 andcost James Dyer for striking hiS brother inlaw Dock Nicely giving one yearin the pen James Floyd the thief who stole Jonas Browns horse about two months ago plead guilty and was given two years in the pen Eugene Spires charged with murder the case continued nntil next court Graden Ball malicious cutting andwounding 25 and cost William Johnson the negro who broke into C D Sutton Bro store at Level Green one year in the pen Andy Mason malicious shooting continued Ed Owens gaming 20 and cost W J Sparks is getting in read mess to begin shipping the conglomerate of sand and gravel which he has in endless quanities on a tract of land near NO5 tunnel about three miles north of Living ston Mr Sparks will erect a crusher for crushing this conglom erate which has been pronounced by experts to be the finest of ma terial for making all kinds of con crete Mr Sparks has ever reason to believe that he has found a nice fortune in this material and will spare neither time nor expense to give the matter a full test 4LITINGSTOJS Mr and Mrs Joe Oliver are in Knoxville buying Spring goods John Stucky was out from Cov ington visiting George Sambrook The little children of Mr and Mrs Alvin Argenbright are quite sickMrs Sue Mullins and Miss Bertha Hicks have returned from =66 Our FamilyuI Shoes A Shoe for every mem ber of your famil made cross ghel I Mon hold ni ffin 1Mens 2001Misses r = Louisville where they have been ttending the expositionHoward parkSVilleIhaving erator at on account ill health Miss Georgie McFerron is attending the Louisville exposition Mrs Clara Hayes has rerurned from Cincinnati and is prepared to show the latest styles in Spring and Summer Millinery Dispatch er Preston and wife have moved into the house vacated by Howard BowersMr and Mrs Nelson Griffin and children of Pine Hill were visiting Mr and Mrs James Hall from Friday until Sunday ofI last weekEdith Bertha and mer Ray Mahaffey have the meas lesThe entertainment given last Friday evening by the Jubilee Minstrel Co was a grand success Miss McFerron is visiting her sisters Mr W J Childress and Miss Georgia McFerron John Mullins was in Mt Vernon on business thefirst of the week Mrs Cleo Howeli and Miss Bert Mullins have moved to Ma- rethurgMrs John Mullins is visiting Mrs Eugene Brown at Stan fordWill Owens is calling on a pretty oung widow of this place Mrs Mary Hagan has purchased the house aud lot on Maiu street belonging to Mrs Jesse C Roller of Louisville Consideration 1100 Mrs Bessie Browing and two sons have returned from a visit to Mrs Brownings mother at Crab OrchardMr J C Hocker was in Mt Vernon Thursday on business Mrs Lena Sparks returned from Hazel Patch Wednesday where she has been epending a few days with her husband Mrs Carrie Clutts returued to her home at Pitisburg Wednesday She was accompan ied bv her sister Miss Ruth Burton A interesting revival is be ing conducted by the well known State Evangelist Mr W J Cocke and great interest is being shown Princton students presented a silver loving cup to exPresident Grover Cleveland in commemoration of the passing of his seventieth birthday anniversary Mr Cleve land was much affected and in broken voice expressed his grati tude for the token tj I ShoeIshoe made of box calf the kind of leather that resists wet weather and stay nice soft pliable andIM ens 2 50- BoJysS175 and 225 m t some hut Rev The Vm Rose very Col Henry G Shaw 65 Sears old a former newspaper man recen ly connected with the customs house in gan Francisco is dead Col Shaw was a vetern in the civil warThe Iroquois hotel in the Michi gan Soo was destrayed by fire causing a loss of 200000 It was one of the finest hotels in northern Michigan and did a large tourist business Knoxville Tenn by a majority r of nearly 2000 votes decided that the saloons must go Six months time will be ollowed them to close President Roosevelt stated that so far from granting a pardon to former senator Bnrton of Kansas he would lenthen his term of imprisonment if he could President James J Hill told a Minnesota legislative committee that he would be glad to have the government take the Great North ern railroad off his hands Respectmac1 it food that will not irritate or GIVE the performance ofits natural functions and it will reciprocate in a way agreeable and comforting No single ingredient contributes so largely toward wholesome nourishing agreeable food as Royal Baking PowderJ Royal Baking Powders active ingre dient Grape Cream of Tartar is the most healthful of the fruit products This is why Royal Baking Powder makes the food finer lighter more appe Itizingand antidyspeptic a friend to the good health 4c Imitation Baking Powders Contain Alum i IThe use of alum and salts of alumina in food should be PROHIBITED The con Z stant use of alum compounds exerts a deleterious effect upon the digestive organs and an irritation of the internal organs after absorption J EDWARD S WOOD M D ii Professor of ChemistrySrHarvard Medical SbooJBotto t g I iOYA1AKING POWDER NEW r qJJ l0C3 r J0 ri l b 7J hiHf = 7 dr 006000000000000006006 00000 00 0yoo o Its a heavy strain on mother o 0 0Hersystem is called upon to supply 0- o nourishment for two 0 0Some form nourishment that will 0 be easily taken up by mothers system 0 o is needed 01- o 01 o Scoffs Emulsion contains the 0 o possible amount of nourish 0 2ment in gasily digested form z 3helpedoALL DRUGGISTS AND 100 0oooooooooooooooooooooo LEVEL GREEN After a few weeks delay on account of sickness your writer will now pen a few as our health isim proving The grip has almost ceased its raging much to the plesstre of its victims and now the farmers have gone to work with great zeal since spring has returned in all her loveliness and beauty ac companied by the notes of the happy spring birds Eugene Me Williams and family of Bee Lick were the guest of the family of Wm Browm fiom Saturday uutil Sunday IAfter several weeks of illness Toney Hatcher has now gained health and gone back to Lebanon Jet to resume workMts Otto Hatcher and babe Vella May are the guest at Wm Browns Mesdames Katie Catron and W F Debord who have been on the sick list are better at this writingMrs Vade Brown and Miss Fanny De bord spent last Saturday in Somer set It is reported that Sam Brown of McAlister I Twas nominated for Police Judge in that city by a large majorityMiss- Ora Brown is spending this week with her cousin Mrs Jas Broyles of Plato Little Grace Broyles en tertained with a tea party quite a number of her little girl iriends last SuudayG A Chaney of Bloss was in our city last Sunday Rev Haggard is conducting a series of meeting at Burdetts Chappel commencing on last Lords DayRev Coker passed tluough here on last Friday on route to Flat Lick Church to fill his regular appointment at that place Saturday and Sunday Rev Colyer will preach an Easter Ser mon at Mt Pleasant on next Sun day WE GUARANTTEE SATISFACTION J A Bognen of the TCationa Sign Co Daton X writes under I nato of Oct 12 1906 Nosea is the only preparation Ihve ever used that relieves my affection so speedily and pleasantly I am get ting the first real pleasure out of breathing that I have experienced since I contratcted catarrh six years ago Money would not buy ray tube of Nosena if I couldnot get another Buy Nosena from your druggist and get your money back if not satisfied Sample tube andbooklet bv mail eo cents BKOWN MANUFACTURING Co St Louis Mo Greenville Tenn Anew ruling under the pure foodand drug act is said to threat en the business of those selling opium alcabol and morphine cures by mail as it requires all medicines to plainly state the quantity of those articles contained therein Oiino Laxative Fruit syrup is a new remedy an improvement on laxatives of foi mer years as it does not gripe or nauseate and is pleas ant to take It is guaranteed Chas C Davis druggist Harry Thaw Monday issued a statement denying that there is any dissension among his attorneys He gives details ofthe preparation of affidavits used to combat the motion for a lunacy commission Mr Jerofuespenttwohoursin his office preparing a statement which he will make to Justice Fitzgerald when the case is resumed The prisoner spent a quiet day and was visited by his wife t WANTEDMen and women in J each county as field managers to represent advertise and distribute samples of our goods Salary 80 per month paid weekly and cash advanced for expenses No capital or experience necessary Position t permanent Address NORTH CJ38 WabashAve Chiagol11 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF KENTUCKY IN BANKRUPTCY In the C 1ot A Bankrupt- S STANFORD KY Mch 25 1907 A meeting of the creditors of the above named who has been adjudged Bankrupt will be held at the office of the Referee Stanford Ky on the 5th day of April 1907 at 10 oclock A M to elect a Trustee for the estate said Bank rupt and for the transaction of other business as may come before the meeting Comply with Sec 57 of the Bankrupt Act concerning proof of claims otherwise your claim can not be allowed J N SAUNDERS Referee in Bankruptcy The Court of Appeals by a un animous opinion declared uncon stitutional and void the act of the Legislature passed in 1906 redis tcicting the State and creating 00 legislative districts The court holds that the act does not give equal representatives to all and or ders that the next election de held under the old law The congress ional districting bill of 1893 was sustained as it was thought it would cause confusion to ovei throw the present law now- Representative Scott of Kansas just back from the isthmus says the men on the canal work think it will be completed within seven years and at a less expense than is now generally estimated FOUND AT LAST J A Harmon of Lizernore W r Va says At last I have found the perfect pill that never disap points me and for the benefit o others afflicted with torpid live andchronic constipation will say take Dr Kings New Life pills Guaranteed satisfactory 25c at alldruggists WEEKLYCOURIER JOURNAL AN- DSIGNAL Both one year for only 150 The Presidential election is approaching 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 is la year The winds of March have no terror to the user of DeWitts car bolized Witch Hazel Salve It quickly heals chapped and cracked skin Good top fir boils ar d burns and undoubtly the best relief for Piles Sold here by Chas C Davis ii I flEyS KIDNEY OIJREW- ILL CURE YOU ofany case of Kidney or notIbonce not risk hayingBrights Dis ease orDiabetesThexeisn- othing gained by delay SOc and 100 Bottles REFUSE SUBSTITUTE CHAS C DAVIS A Chicago paper says Chicago and its suburbs hate gone crazy over roller skating Not in many years has the fad been so popular as it is today Eaven John Far son champion of the automobile has threatened to fit out his entire family with the latest styleofrolleri slues and forsake his cars for the more exhiterating sport From Jackson park to Evenston and even as far west as Oak Park the craze has its followers De partment stores hardwear stores and spotting good manufactures are unable to supply the demand made for the lOner skatesI ChildIrenseen sweeping up and down the boulevards With the advent of spring and warm weather the sport is expected to become even more popular Chicagos many miles of boulevard snd asphalt streets together with its hundreds of miles of cement sidewalks make it possi ble for the sport to be carried on in almost any locality WORKED LIKE A CMARM Mr D N Walker edttoa of that spicy journal the Enterprise Lou Va says I ran a nail in my lisa last week and at once applied Arnica Salve No infla followed Ithe salve simply healed the wound Heals every sore burn and skin disease Guaranteed at all druggist 25c The question whether a Congress man can be arrested when his presence is required at Washington during a session is brought to the Supreme Court in a case from Oregon which it is sought to have advanced because of its importance Little gloDules of sunshine that drive the clouds away DeWitt V Little Early Risers will scatter di gloomof sick heabacde and bilious ness They do not gipe or sicken Recomended and sold here bj Chas C Davis fOLEYSIIONEYANDTAB Cures Colds Prevents Pnnumonla Am better prepared than ever t test and fit the eyes with glasse Have all the latest appliances foi testing A fit guaranteed- Do all kinds of watch and clock repairing Make your old spec frames look like new Repair your gold and silver rings etc etc All kinds of machine needles and repairs kept Very truly S C FRANKLIN THE ORIGINAL LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP For all Coughs and assists in The Red expelllne Colds from the sys Clover Bias thebowelsrelief for croup and is on every whoopingcough bottle Nearly all other cough cures are constipating especially those OpiatesKennedys Honey Tar moves VnoKENNEDYS LAXATIVE HONEYMTAR I O DeWITT It CO CHICAGO U L A Sold by CHAS C DAVIS ROCKCASTLE 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 bargain 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 d springs and plenty ofgood stock water Also good orchard f NO 5to acres of land be tween Brush creek and Orlando 2 acres in cultivation balance timbered two houses and well watered Will cheapFARM NO 8214 acres near Freedom church splendid residece and amost desirable farm Price 2 a bargain FARM NOIrhe tracts of land Jri one body consisting of 85 84 and 155 acres located on lade Fork creek in Lincoln county Kyj and about 6 miles from Crab Orchard on Crab Orchard and Bee ick road These lands are located near the resi dences ofeorge Hines and George Gooch Abput75 acres of this land is bet tom land and a good partof it is up land but level and is good farming lanii A bargain atS3 par acre One third cash the balance in one and two years The Taking Cold Habit The old cold goes a new one quickly comes Its the story of a weak throat weak lungs a tendency to consumption Ayers Cherry Pectoral breaks up the takingcold habit It strengthens soothes heals Ask your doctor abQut it The best kind of a testimonial Sold for over sixty years riMade by3C Ayer Co Lowell Haas manudcturoro of ilLilJers SARSAPARilLAI Wo have no secrets We publish the formulas of nil our medicines Keep the bowels regular with Ayers Pills Just one pill each NOTICE TO OUR CUSTOMERS We are pleased to announce that Foleys Honey aud Tar for coughs colds and lung troubles u not af fe ted by the National Pure Fcod and Drug law as it contains no opiates or other harmful drug and we recommend it as a safe remedy for children and adults Chas C Da vis druggist TAKEN upA black and white spotted boar weight about 50lbs Owner can hsve same by payng all damages 2223t DAVID HENDERSON O4STO IABears Signature of AIhB What Would You Do If three good physicians should pronounce your case hopeless If they should decide that you could not live longer than six weeks And if you should get well after us ing only 1200 worth of Dr Miles Heart Cure and Nervine what would you advise a friend in like condition to do I liavo to thank you for saving iy wifes life two years ago We hart continued with the aoctor until the third doctor lo the two previous ones said that nothing could be done tnkf1lIhome and then 1 thought probably Dr Miles Heart Cure and Nervine might help her so I got a bottle of each and some Nerve and Liver Pills and commenced to give them to her We soon seen an improvement and encouraged by this we continued giv- Ing thb medicine We gave her elevenI bottles in all of the medicine She takes It occasionally now If she feels the need I am in the ministry and have been for 44 years REV P MILLIGAN Gcnda Springs Kans Dr Miles Heart Cure is sold by your druggist who will guarantee that the first Bottle will benefit If It falls he will refund your money Miles Medical Co Elkhart md Mount Vernon Monumental WORKS M anufacturer ofand DEALER in Marbles and Granite Monuments ofall kinds Estimates furnished on application GEORGE OWENS v Mount Vernou Ky jrodhcad Marble Work BRODHEAD KY Granite and Marble Monuments andTombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents for Iron Fence D B ATBHIGHT Mnager titrirt1 lIronIflT1fl1Fence j Cheapctt1an wood Will last alifetime Annis Falr StIMI 19- 040seije wAfIRON CINCINNATIO Mu I less Vesceoweeik- Q JeiH 5t5515155T II MEMORY On March 12th 1907 the Death Angel came and took from our midst Mrs Katherine Albright She leaves eight children twen four grandchildren and sixteen greatgrandchIdren to mourn their loss She was born Nov 2nd 1826 being in her eightysecond year at her death She united with the Christian church at the age of sev enteen and bas ever since been a consistent member On Feb 1st 1846 she was married to Mr Albert Albright and a more congenial couple were never known Her husband being now in his eightyeighth year has been for forty years a member of the Christian church The children to bless their union were Messrs Uriah William Arch Steve ard Joe Albright Mesdames Cash Herrin W P Hayes and Mrs Campbell Houk No better example of loving mother a devoted wife and conse crated QChristian could be found than this noble woman always kind and charitable She won the ove and respect of all The most we can say in praise of such a char acter is too little In the words of ner son Archibald Tis a lone some home without a mother May the following lines be dedicat ed to her memory Though long she abode this weary life At last she passedaway To join tbe host whove bedn redeemed And live in endiess day Grieve not for her as one thats dead The soul that God had given Has only passed the turbidstream Aud sweetly rest in Heaven She knows no more of earthly care Ofearthly joy and love But dwells with loved ones gone before In that bright lancTabove G xl knows you miss her precious one And the parting gave you pain But which seems loss so sad Was only jleavens gain i The husbands love her childrens kiss Will never greet her more Shes basking in a Saviours smiles On that eternal shore Live Oh live ye whom she loved That when the summons comes Y nll live with her forever more la that bright Heavenly home EB GENTRY PREVENT HEADACHE Force them No aids them Ramons treatment of Liver Pills and Tonic Pellets strengthen the liver and digestive argans so that they do their work and fortifies your condition agaiust future trouble Entire treatment 25 cts at all drugstores RVIONJ UTSSORESfiURHEUMATISM 2S J 11 L MYERS j OFFICEzAt Main St liams PHONE No Will be in from DAY NOON C C street to heBankof collections MT o Phone No Und 30 DiscoveryDentist Conmleie Orders by ed KILL AND W New FOR cOLDS 0 PrlcI lj1rBBO mllrIIUuIMnI ni cI- ciffiinI uI J similating AXfegetablePreparalionfor UieFoodandHegula I ling theStoinachs andBowels of Promotes DigeslionCheerfur nessand RestContains neither OpiumMoiphine nor Mineral Nor NAHC OTIC JitapcafOUlJlrSAMUELPITCHER iyI 111tM r1BII11fntrml rw Ape ecl Remedy forConslipa itTormsness and Loss OF SLEEP u Fac Simile Signature oF NEW YORK EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER e =LTJ = For and 1 of II J CtNTAU Mrs Akers of Va writes I had what call and stand I had pain in my back and I bear the of the knife After tak 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