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W Published Every Friday tYVOLUME XX MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY EY FRIDAY MAY 31 1907 NUMBER 36 tttttttttTtttttttttftttt1tt 9 Q 5 wD QUEEN SHOES For t WO1eEt pr E PRICE is a good salesman = QUALITY is a better one E Buy the 5 Shoe and get E QUALITY = If you wish to catch fish goEEE= in it If you want goods you must go to the store house EE that has goods in it = Sucha store is ours i E- i have too many Dry Goods Hats Etc aud have i = Taken the bridle off of Prices and have turned them loose E I am on the road Eto success and do want to buya r return ticket = GRANT w OTTAWA James W Brown sold to John Rogers a mare a few days since for wheat crop be on the decline in this Howard Cash of near Grove visited relatives and friends here Sunday Mr and Mrs James W Brown visited relatives aud friends in Lincoln county Saturday There is a great deal of sickness in this at this Mrs Sarah Long visited in Lincoln county Saturday and did considerable damage to garden vegetables here last Tuesday night Mrs Mar garite Brown visited relatives here Saturday Lincoln Stringer was in Brodhead Tuesday on business SoW Proctor of Quail sold his farm at this place of about 135 acres to a Mr Barnett for 1800 Miss Ella Hayes of Lincoln county visited friends here Satur Brown and family visited Robert Brown and family B Sutton and family spent Saturday night with Tart Proctor and fatnilv Miss Lizzie E Sutton of re turned home Friday after a weeks visit with relatives and friends at this Brown of Lin coIn county visited Robert Brown Saturday A TEXAN Mr E W Goodloe of 107 St Louis St Dalas Tex says In the past year I have become ac quainted with Dr Kings New Life Pjlls and no laxative Iever before tried so effectually dispoes of malaria and billiousness They dont grind nor gripe 25c a Chas C Davis drug store According to a report by the State at Washington the tobacco monopoly in Japan cleared over 1 600000 profitslast year It you will make inquiry it be a revelation to you how many succumb to kidney or Madder troubles in one form or another If thepatient is not beyond medical aid Foleyss Kidney Cure will cure It never Clias C Davis druggist ouut vnoi tnnnnJnnttntnnnntntnnunnUntnlntnnnn 111l11Itt144t1T- 1S 1 a s WE CAN HELP YOU Giving You Better ValuesLoWer Prices w TAKING THE BRIDLE wTe Clothing r Enot UUUiUUUUUiUUUiUU 12sThe sectionI neighborhood issueI SundayFrost dayDaniel Saturdayj Preachersville placeGeorge FORTUNATE receive- Tuesday Department disappoints llllttlilli6liilllilt11i1lt1i111illiltillillkllilli1i111il il lkiiii1111iitilliii ll COATWAY Monday looked like winter had returned againWm Harden and George Owens have bought B A Riddle Sons saw mill and are running it now on the Hart tract of laud cutting lumberfor J Cand Joe WoodC H Smith and D C Pullins male a business trip to Berea this week The Lear family is being visited by their brother Eliga Lear from Indiana who has been away 2T years and to show his devotion tow S Beldon his brotber in law ot this place 32 of the family ate a fine dinner with Mr Beldon Sunday and all parties enjoyed the din ner and day very much with Uncle ScottMiss Zelma Jones of Mt Ver non is visiting her sister Mrs J J Wood this weekA Post office Inspector was through here last week looking after Uncle Sams tricks along the lineJ J Wood sold a work horse to John Lutes of Jessamine county for 9sBnrton Beldon caught thirtysix large bull frogs one morning last week Burton says Chris Wood could learn the trade if it did not look so much like work to follow one when he got him started on a chaseIMr George Cornelison is trying to learn io pick the banjo but we fear George has waited until he is too old to take up music and will make a failure in his new under takingMiss Gertrude Pullins enjoyed her fifteenth birthday on the 27th inst by giving a birth wasverysP spent 15 or twotyearold baby of Mr and Mrs U stomachdHE FIRED THE STICK 2I have fired the walking stick Ive carried over 40 J earson ac everylBucklens Arnica Salve that has healed the sore and made me a hap oflfor piles burnsetc by ChasC Davis druggist 50 5X pz LEVEL GREEN Robert Hamm son of George Hamm died consumption on the 18th inst and was interred in Mt Pleasant cemetery on the 20th His sister Miss B died the 25th the same disease and was interred in the same cemetery Mrs Wm Hurst is visiting daughter Mrs Coleman Brough ton of Somerset Mrs Wade Brown has been visiting herparents Mr and Mrs Wm Debordof Wal nut Grove The colored people had a basket dinner in Africa Sunday and of course had a very en joyable time as they always do Quite a number of their colored- friends from Mt Vernon atfended Born to the wife of W F a fine girl baby on the gth and baby are both doing well Also born to the wife of Bullock a boy Rev Farley held services at Bro Jonas Pitmons residence on the eve of the aoth B B Hatcher has returned hom after visiting his son Otto who hurt at Lebanon W J andwife of Quail have been guests of the formers parents Mr and Mrs Wm Brown Mr For bes and sou who have been employed at Somerset visited home folks Satnrday TheSunday schools at Popla- Grove Mt Pleasant and Burnetts Chapel are progressing nicely Some of the boys and girls of place attended the teachers exami nation and report the verv difficult to answerGeorgO- wens proprietor of the mental works of Mt Vernon A For up stones at the graves of J Brown Mrs Flora Say lor and Mrs Jane Duncan in Friendship ceme tery last week which add greatly to the beauty of the cemetery as well as showing how well we love bur departed ones Miss Frances Forbes was the pleasant guest of Mrs W F De bord on last Sunday afternoon G D Sutton of Mt Sunday with homefolks =0n ac coun t of a severe attack of rheuma tism Mrs J cNBrQwn was unable to return home with her son Thost ttttttt1ttW L DOUGLAS and THE BROWN SHOE COare without a shadow ofa doubt the worlds two great est Shoemakers MDesirous of giving our customers the best there is to be hadwe are at showing bQ iof these 1great lines s When it comes to a andb= Price WE TAKE OFF oOUR HATS TO NO MERCHANT IN- RUBKCASTLE COUNTY = I By OFFt 4i Q WHITE HOUSE FULL DRESS SHOES Vrnotispent visited relatives in I TMrs H P Brov her parents Mr and in Knox CuThere services at Mt cemete y in the forenoon in the afternoon conducted by Rivs and FarleyMrs W A been very sic- kQUAIL child of Dr Proctor at this writingMrs continues very low will be conducted at at io a m conduct WomenJustice ToddElijah Herrin sick for some time worse at this issue the decoration at church Saturday June recent cold spell is the corn crop very much badly needed and Wife of Nina are spending the his sick mother Mrs Jacob Elder and are teaching a singing MaywoodW H wife of Preachersville with CONSUMPTION Eld Martin Herron Finch Ark Foleya Honey and Tar preparation for coughs lung trouble I know cured consumpton in You never heard using Foleys Honey Davis not being satisfied JE Cantnll Tuesday tendered his resignation from the bench ot the Court of rtrppeals and Commissioner J D Carroll was appointed his successor by Gov Beckhami WR Ward ot Dyersburg Ilhaveu5edOtinoSyrup for chronic cbustipation and it has proven without a doubt to remedyforpleasure I offer my conscientious reierence jhasC Davis druggist r F l PPICE Ai1 r SAJEll BO ior fashionable people J leathers stylesf fV i Our Leaders 1 thoi11 e have just received a large shipment of American Qemleman and thc American Lad SHO ES Manufact ured by the HamiltonBrown Shoe Co St Louis Mo A positive guarantee goes with ev ery pair of AMERICAN GEKTLEMAN pr A rEUICANLADYSjlOesIf you ue look i r ing J6If uptodatu fodfivear dont fyil tq call f and see our iifie7 J v et CLOSINGOUT4 We are closing out over 2000 pairs of brands of Shoes new and goodIn make room for our Spring shipment 011 otherfJlwe can save you 25 to 75 per cent We talking through our hats but meitn just we say Whether you want to 15uy Shoes or not visit our store get our prices and we will convince you that we are selling Shoes cheaper than you were ever able to buy then before iiF KRUEGER SON A re LAND STOCK AND CROP The indications point to higher prices for this years crop than for several years past The Chicago market for futures in this cereal has been very active during the last week July September and December delivery have been selling around the 100 mark Some predict that it will go to 125 But Wall street generally manages to hammer the market downI about the time farmers are sell so dont build your hopes too strong on present quotations on wheatAggregate marketing of live stock at the five principal western points Chicago Kansas City Oma ha St Louis and St Joseph during the first four months of 1907 indi cate that consumption is keeping ahead of production if volume aud prices afforda criterion Supply was heavier but prices materially higher At the five points 2649 000 cattle 5000000 hogs and 3 126000 sheep were marketed during the four months against 2439 ooo cattle 5908000 hogs and 3 2soooD sheep during the corres ponding period of 1906 It is entirely safe to say without fear of contradiction that every successful farmer living in the corff belt is a great believer in hogs as source of wealth And furthermore successful faruies are showing their faith by their works and will breed every sow they can get hold of barring only the old sows Dwight Funk of Bloomington Ill who is a member of the famous Kank Jam ily known widely as great stock- men and Uar und farmers as well as breeders of high classed corn was on the Chicago market on last primefatwho Putt their faith in hogs as great moneymakers and he remarked ll bat he Imd two hundred sows to farrow this spring The May pig are doing well and counting a average of five pigs to every sow not an unusual large showing he will have Toob to market late ifeasYJopetIab tuto pork d lardEx c w SHOE all all This ioS rk WILDIE Wildie is ona boom have two newstoresMis5 Anna Brana man has returned home after a pleasant visit with her friends at Mt VernonMrs Ellen Gillion of Nebraska is visiting her sister Mrs A T FishMr Willie Bran atnan of Berea was with his par ents Mr and lyIrs Abe Barnamau last Saturday and Sunday Mr 0 O Established 1887 AiiANGSOME a f t r Jesse Fish was over from Hiatt lMrhis sister Mrs r M Crawford at Brodhead last Saturday and Sun dayl4frDillard Farthing who has been very sick with measles t am glad to say is much betterI Miss Ellen Wild has returned home after a few days visitwith her friends at this p1aceMiss oflherBerea this weekYIr Albert Fish made a flying trip to Hiatt last SaturdayMr Charlie Adams was iu Mt Version Saturdayi People are getting along uicely with their crops r For scratches burns cuts insect comIl1110ntne best remedy It is soothing cooling clean and healing Be sure you get DeWitts Sold by Chas C Davis druggist The Government tHIS received bids for the printing and litho ographing of the new map of the United States 25000 copies ofI which will be distributed to people through their Senators and Representatives There is nocase of indigestion no matter how irritale or how ob stinate that will not be speedily re lieved by the use of KodoL The main factor is curing the stomach of any disoicderjis rest and the only way to get rest is to actually digest itselfsascientifinpreparation vegetable acids con taul1ng the very saute Jut =es found in a healthy tomache Iton DruaLaw by Bavis druggist V H r i IGRIFFINS MILL is visiting her j grandparents at Mt Vernon Mrs Wm Hurst is visiting her daughter Mary A Braughton of school at Popular Grove is progressing uicelyRev Reu bin Hurley preached at Popular Grove last Sunday The dedica tion the 2nd Sunday was largely attended PROGRAM Singing by choir 2 Reading and prayer by Eld J M Cummins 3 Sermon by Eld A G K6sker 4 Dinner on the ground 5 In the afternoon the funeral of Wm Lawrence was preached by Eld A G Koker Bert Barber of Elton Wis says 11 have only taken four dos es of your Kidney and Bladder Pills and they have done for me more than any other medicine has ever done lam still taking the pill as I want a perfect cure Mr Barber refers to DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills which are un kidneysinflamation urinary troubles A weeks treat ment for 25C Sold by Chas C Davis druggist Because of the failure of the Common weath representatives to attend court and the lack of interest shown by the relatives of the late Dr Cox in the cases specula countylasHargise aud callahan for alleged icon plracy in the assassinations in county will be pushed Corporation Counsel Ellison of new York City has filedsuit to oust the Consolidated Gas Company and takefiawarpermlts use of the streets r of the metropolis During the terns Or the United State Supreme Court which bell t gan last October and Las jnstclosed 438 cases were disposed of leaving 343 cases on the docket as coin = J0 pared with 305 last year 1 r Mi 4J 0 r i I I cssiram 1 MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY May 31 1907 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on application MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION DEMOCRATIC TICKET For United States SenatorJ C W IJeckliam For GovernorS W Hager For Attorney GeneralJohn K Rend ricksFor State Superintendent ot Schools M O Winfrey For Commissioner of Agriculture J W Newman For Lieutenant Governor South Trim We For AuditorH M Bosworth For Secretary of State Hubert Vree landFor Treasurer Ruby Lafuon For Clerk Court of AppealsJohn B Chenaultwe authorized to announce OV JARRETT- as a candidate for Jailer to fill out the unexpired term of two years caus ed by the death of his brother L L Jarrett to be voted for at the Nov election 1907 subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce W M BARNETT- As a candidate for Jailer to fill out the unexpired term oftwo years to be voted for at the next November elec tion 1907 subject to the action of the Republican party i We authorized to announce JOSEPH F BOSWORTH as a candidate for the nomination for State Senator for the Seventeenth Sen atonal district subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorixed to announce- R M JOHNSON Repafrom this and Laurel counties in the i ijlfcxt Legislature subject to the action of the Repulicah Primary July 27th 1907 A woman may do her level best tom ke a happy home for her hus band and children but if she is treatedas a slave and only given her board and clothing in payment for her service as mother wife cook laundress nurse girl chambermaid and seamstress is it any wonder chat little or no happiness exists in that home If a mother spoils her son by pampering and waiting on him all the years of his childhood and making him think that a man should always be waited on by the woman of his household it is strange that he expects a wife to do the same and that in all likelihood she either wears out in a few years such service or else becomes bitter and disheartened There are very many reasons why a home may not be found a happy one and the hap piness found therein depends fully as much on the wife We are of ten told that in every true and ideal marriage both husband and wife must learn to bear and forbear In every home where happiness exists there must be perfect trust confi dence aud love between husband and wife There are two kinds of sunshine in the world and both quite necessary the one which is caused by the suns shiningoutdoors and the other by its shining in our hearts Happy homes abound in vthe heart sunshine and whether it shines without or not there Is naught but brightness within doors It is the loving deeds the cheery helpful words and the kindly thoughtfulness that each member of the family shows toward the others that makes an ide lbappV- bomea perfect heaven on earth How many of us do our share in making such a home that shall be a heaven of rest to all who may come within its influence a AN alarming epidemic of insom nia and stomach trouble in Kansas would seem to be indicated by the number of certificates filed in order to get prescriptions for whisky or beer filled Some 14000 a month are now being put on record it is stated There is serious danger of this same disease or something similar to it requiring the same treatment become prevalent in Kentucky r r v NEWS ITEMS The funeral of Mrs AViJHam Me Kinley took place Wednesday at Canton Reports from the West tell of unusually cold weather and conse quent damage to growing crops SixJurors have been secured in San Francisco for the trial of Mayor Schmitz on the charge of extor tionNew high records for the crop were made in the Chicago wheat market Tuesday July selling at T03 andx December at 105 The Wisconsin Assembly Mon day passed without opposition a bill prohibiting the use of tobacco by boys under fifteen years ot age Noble Robinson atobacce grow er of Caldwell county was taken from his home by masked men and forced to dig up his own plant bed the men standing by while he used a hoeThe Supreme Court of the United States has postponed until October the motion to advance tIle case of William Adlair charged with the violation of the Interstate Commerce Act It is said the Republican ma chine in Mississippi will not have a walkover in delivering the kind of delegation to the convention that the President wants The main source of trouble is said to be the negro voter who is exhibiting a tendency to act independently of the machine Ata meeting of negroes in Washington Tuesday night vigor ous protest was made against the candidacy of Secretary of War Taft and in a set of resolutons the Republican party is given warning to protest against the nomination of any man who says the enfranchisement of the negro was a mis take OF INTEREST TO THE FARMERS The United States Department of Agriculture is to establish a horse breedi g experiment farm at Way bridge Vt on land given for the parpose by Joseph Battell the wellknown Vermont horseman The government will start with nine mares and two stallions of the Morgan strain- Remember that it is only the amount of food in excess of that which is necessary to maintain animal heat and repair the waste of animal tissue can possibly be a source of profit Hence the more a cow can be induced to eat above this amount within safe lim its the larger the profits she should return in the total amount of food consumedThe on the plow moldboard did not make the work any easitr this spring now did it A few minutes last fall in coating with grease would have made things go easier this spring Remember this when you put up the impliments next fall A good feed for young pigs is recomended as consisting of two parts middlings two parts corn meal and to every pound of this mixture add in feeding one or two pounds of skim milk Oil meal can be used also to good advant age using a little in each feed Mold on the walls and cement floors of cellars can be llls01ution eftiectIiveounce gallons has been placed will do the work The department of agriculture has scored again It is said that experts have prefected a machine for the removal of fuzz from cotton seed and the separation of light from heavy seed This would per mit planting with an ordinary gravity drill and would be a great boon to the planter Out in the wheat belt of Oklahoma wheat plant lice or sbcalled green bugs are doing much damage even to total destruction of some fields of grain Oats are also attacked Kerosene emul sion is being used as a spray with good results where the spray is able to reach the pests but itis too ex pensive treatment to be used overlarge ereas Long distant rifle ranges will be established for the Kentucky State Guard at Louisville and Frankford where the men can be taught the use of the modern high power gnns Suitable locations were hard to findon account of the necessity for a backstop for the bullets SIRES AND SONS Thomas A Edison carrie a dollar watch A European scien tific society some time ago gave him one worth 2700 It is in safeWalter S Tarvis who has been a champion in this country and England in amateur golf has gone into the stockbrokerage business in New York 1E H Harriman the railroad magnate has purchased 100 acres fronting on Broadway Scarboro onIthe Hudson for8ooao It slid he will build a big manonI William J Bryan speaking be fore the Cincinnati Democratic club said that he expected to live through five more president cam paigns I went into politics by accident an I stayed in by de sig n were his concluding words Senator Pelt ue was a lieutenant in the Mexican war he rode horse back in California with the forty niners and was advanced from the rank of major to that of briga dier general in the Confederate army He was admitted to the Gainesville Ala bar at the age of twentyoneDr M Peebles of Battle Creek is Americas oldest trotter He is nearly ninety years old and has circled the globe five times Saveral monts ago he was summon ed to the court of the rajah of Lahore Indiana to confer with the ruler on theosopjy of which they both are students Three of the younger generation of the Vanderbilt family are serv ing the New York Central Al fred G Vanderbilt has his desk in the financial department Corneli us finds his greatest in the shop and construction department and is said to know a raihoad from the roadbed up His cousin Villiam K Vanderbilt Jr has combined both the financial arid practical training A DEBT OF GRATITUDE The people of Kentucky owe a debt of gratitude to the Hon Clar ence E Woods mayor of Rich mond for succeeding in establishing the State Law Order League put on foot in Louisville recently The object of the organization is told in its name but the principal fight will be made in securing the enforcement of the local option laws Mayor Wood is deeply terested in having the laws of the land enforced without fear or favor and if there were more like the big hearted Clarence Kentucky would be higher up in the estima tion of the countryLancaster Record How to Cure Constipation disorderovereat overdrink worry too much not exercise enough or do a hundred and constipation itInDrCaldwells drugstore istohouse You take It at night on retiring for morninjlat llirhteryourI takenmorebadwheQDr Wilson Brown of Metropolis Ill has no SyrupPepsin usedit isibiliousnessjaundicediarrhea and similar digestive ills in old oryoung It is a thousand times better than salts Ispleasantpermanently serbottle aJdnbyaddresslnlr thoseWhoenUestyetTHEPUBLIC ProductbearsCOU8OalIen III wIACARSON PAWTER AN- DPAPERHAHER r WALLPAPER ROOM- MOULDINGS ETC Let us make an estimate on work before placing your order A rVork Guaranteed t t LiIiIA rf 29 BIEJiARGA1NS i U- W ZR ti ia tm M My Present Prices will continue the Same as Last Week y as we still have some of the GREAT BARGAINS PLEASE COME I and BE CONVINCED I i r 20 K f t G f JOHNSON OK STORE Opposite CourtHouse ii BARGAINS e3cL c 3fcae ii COMPLETE LINE I IIIFI i st at the LOWEST Prices A FULL LINE ae Of Clothing Boots and Shoes Hardware and Queenswaare Groceries and Dry Goods W H RICH AndrewsecC Kentucky Bargains Bargains WI have pst received new line of Dry Goods Clothing At lower prices than you can find i any Calico 0I11c And everything Producea th san on eV1pnrchi KKENTUCKYLANGFORD 5 WANDMenand women in each county as field managers to represent advertise and distribute samples our goods Salary 80 per month weekly and cash advanced fotexpellsesNocapitalI- T experience necessary Position Address NORTHWESTERN CO Depot W C Wabash Ave Chicago 11I CferOB ttm tw 11 s A r f r i T e e I of t Yw Milt Meat 10 cents per pound Sugar 5 cts per pound When you feel the need of a pill- take a De Witts Little Early Riser1- Small pill safe pill sure pill Easy to take pleasant and effective Drives away headaches Sold by Chas C Davis druggist Fifteen actions against Klaw Erlanger for a total of 250000 growing out of the IriquoisTheater ffre in Chicago were dismissed in the Federal Court in New York tacticsYSon the part of the plaintiffs noun sel r p D D WIS t t R E ATTENTION I I Listen to the best news of the season What is itj Why Summer weather of course and ij Summer Goods I r are now on display at at ocr Store Come in and let us show you while our line is com plete ACaHIATTKENTUCKY HIATT l I1 1YOURBANKING vNo matter how small HO inattter how large THE BANK of MTVERNONINCORPORATED 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 111flltl4l111tlft4fl411111TGWillis PRACTICAL =3 UNDERTAKER 3AN- DFUNERAL 52 DIRECTOR =1 Mt Vernon Ky s Stock Complete Can furnish on short no tice Metalic Coffins and Caskets and have Embalming Edone Fine Hearse attached s- ORDKRSw by wire Promptly Filled 3 = Phone No 63 = 7lUUUUUUU1U1UllUUUUU11UUUUlUU1UUUUUU1UUllU1U BRING YOUR JOB WORK TO THE- SISNAU f f MT VERNON SIGNAL MT VERNON KY May 31 1907 Call upNo 79 when you want to Communi cate with SIGNAL 79 i J 0 tLfR R Co t TIME TABLE 22 north 124 p m 24 north v 340 a m 23 south 124 p IP 21 South 1220 a m IAS LANDRUM Agent Phony No 58 Entered nt the Mt Vernon Ky Postoffice as second class mail matt- erPERSONAL R A Welch is at Chester Tenn this week Dick Cummins children have measles Henry Catron was up from Lin c iln this week Mrs E S Albright is visiting relatives at London Mrs L R Hughes is with home folks here fora few days Chas S Lyons was here Wed t nesday taking up lumber Jack Adams was in Lexington and Harrodsburg this week Miss Fulcy McGaire is the guest of her sister Mrs S Fuqna Mrs Rowzee of near Livingston is spending few days with friends here The pike out Main street has been completed a great improve mentMrs A W Soward of jBartour ville is visiting her mother Mjs CarmicalMiss Richards of the Brown Memorial faculty left Tuesday for her home Miss Anna Tate visited relatives in Crab Orchard Saturday until Tuesday D N Williams is having con siderable improvements made on residenceMrs Bethurum and son Jake of Somerset are with relatives here this week Mrs Marion Denham atter an illness of several weeks is very much Improved Mrs G S Hiatt is having a new side walk laid in front of her prop erty on Main St Mrs W M Poynter is visiting her daughter Mrs R E Thompson near Crab Orchard Cashier W L Richards is very much better and his recovery is assured if he has no backset George Proctor who recently had an attack of fever got out too early and is again confined to his room W C Mullins was here from LoFollette from Monday until yes terday He is the same old Bil as of G T Johnson is spending this week with her parents on Clear creek Mr Johnson and W H Rowe went up and spent the day Sunday Wade H Brown and OJ Mul lins of the Level Green section went to Pineville Tuesday to look after some business matters Mr and Mrs Ramus who spent several weeks with Mrs Freidri h and Mr and Mrs Von Eichen left Monday for Louisville where they will be located for several weeks- S N Davis is here this week for the purpose of giving his deposit ion in the suit of B B King of Lincoln against W J Sparks His little daughter Mary accom panied him here Cashier M B Salin is visiting homefolks in Owen county H B McClary the splendid assistant of the Citizens Bank Brodhead and who will open a bank at Dunmor Kjy about July i has charge of the Peoples Bank during Mr Sa lins absence Mr and Mrs K Lear of Brazil Indare here on a visit to his brother W T Lear of the Oak Hill section Mr Lear left this county twentyone years ago and located in the Hoosier State where he is doing welJMr Lear with fortyone of his relatives had- a regular oldfashioned reunion Sunday at the home of Mr ard Mrs B A Riddle which wasa day of real pleasure and enjoyment to to say nothing of the good dinner cyvbic was carefully prepared by Mrs Riddle vv w J W H Rowe the singing clerk in G T Johnsons 6 K Store has returned from a trip to Eu batiks Ky- Walter Miller went to Nicholas yule Sunday to deliver a horse sold by J W Rider to a Nicholasville man The horse is a good one as that is the only kind Mr Rider will have and was sold for 225 LOCAL Gus Jarber one of the most highly respected ofour colored citizens died last Friday morning There will be a pie strawberry and ice cream supper at Brodhoad Saturday night Junei for the benefit of the Baptist Church Mr George Hood and Miss Mamie McLemore were married Tuesday at the home of the bride The Rev B S DaVault officiated J W Bond and Mrs Susie Bar nett were married at Withers Wednesday Rev J B Baker of Jackson counrv performed the ceremony STRAYEDOne bay mare with three white feet and blind in the light eye Last heard of was near Livingston Liberal reward for in formation leading to her recovery LONDON SUPPLY Co maY242t London Ky In the proper column in this is Sue will be found the announcement of R M Johnson as a candi date for Representative for this and Laurel counties This places two candidates in the field for Legislator LAND FOR SALROne farm of 124 acres on the waters of Bee Lick Creek near Bee Lick Post office Pulaski county Ky For further information see F L WARREN Bromo Ky The following phones have been added to the connty list mostly in the Feedom neigborhood 1 N Grabeel Fred Hahn J W French Ed Gentry William T Southard and W M Mink The two last are on Skeggs creek Some of the more interprising farmers have begun to agitate an other vote on the good road ques tion but along a different line to what it was last vear They urge a vote to build roads by levying aI certain tax each year and not by issuing bonds It does not matter how it comes last so we get good roads DATE CURIOSITIES One ofpur citizens in delving among dates finds that it will be in years from A D 1888 before three figures of same denomination come in rota tion again in datings1999 and but one day afterward until itoc curs again the year 2000 It then appears regularly every II t years for a period of 1000 years up to 2999 and 3000 where they jam up together again only a second apart and so repeats itself every in and 1000 years- LocusTs DUEThe thirteenyear locust which made its appearance in 1894 is due throughout the South next month The Depart ment of Agriculture is sending to its agents orders to carefully report upon the territory it covers and other maters of interest The brood of this year is expected to be large The first record of it relates to its occurance in 1803 and it has been recorded every thirteen years sinceThe local newspaper man may devote a half column every week for months saying nice things about some individual and that person will see every other line in the pa per except the notice about him self but just let the editor stick a two line local in some obscure cor ner calling the same individual a liar or some other appropriate name and in less than ten minutes after the papers are placad in the post office the devil is to play the editor must either be ready to run or fight The attorneys in the case of B B King vs W Soarks have spent a considerable portion of the week taking depositions as the case will come up for trial at the next term of the Rockcastle Cir cuit Court This is a suit for 75000 alleged damages done the plaintiff by the defendant taking stone from land clamed by plaintiff at Mullins Station Both parties claim the the deed held by Mr Sparks traces back more than one hundred years The fact that the plaintiffs attornenys tried to shift the case to Lincoln county to avoida trial in the county where the trespass is alleged to have been committed and within a few miles looksverymucblike when life is almost gone and an everyPaSsing P r 1V i Jo E r CLOTHESTHATSATISFY r certainly a pleasure to IItsa Suit that satisfiesa t everyas if it fit you perfectly Fab J ric the Iatestcut and tailor ing absolutely correcta suit you can examine from the top of the collar to the hem of the trousers and find no defect Clothes that you never wish were differenti U I Regular 1500 Suit now 1333 are on of and they tmove at once prices are and the sizes are 34 36 line of Ties is to 2r g E S J 3i Miss Sallie Falin who was sent to the asylum a few years since is dead and the remains were brought here last night from for burial She was a sister of Mart Falin The L N will sell tickets to Owensboro July i4th to 20th in clusive limit Aug 16th for 952 round trip Also on August 10 to 14 inclusive with five days limit for 7 30 account of the Seven Hills Chautauqua The Rockcastle County Teach ers Institute will be held in Mt Vernon Ky Monday June 24th 1907 and continue for five days It is the law that each teacher in the county certificate or those who expect to be examined during the year shall attend the full time I request each Chairman Board of trustees to notify their teacher accordingly as stated above Respt yours G M BALLARD Co Supt HANDY James Mar et of this place manager of Rook castle telephone lines has evolved a system for ascertaining the day of the week for any date during 1907 as follows 17 24 34 41 56 63 7185 92 r07 114 122 By memorizing these figures one has the week days beforehis vision The first figure representing the month the last figure indicates the date of the first Monday in said month thus 63 stands for June 3 its first Monday and 14 for Nov 4 etc The date of other in the months is ascertained by the addition of the necessary number of sevens frothwhich it is easy to find any day between For ex ample to find day of week on which Aug I4th falls use 85 the 8 stands for 8th month August the 5 means the date of the first Monday in August add seven days for one week which takes you up to Monday i2th then two more days you have the day Jno E Evans has returned spending 3 months in Eastern part of Ken tucky Clay Gentry is here paint P FW Htitchesons house 1 t Regular 1850 Suit now 1143 Miss Lizzie Storms of Keavy is the visitor of Mrs Lou StormsMrs G W Brooks of Knoxville Tennessee is here the the guest of her mother Mrs M E WilmottMrs J R Cass and son William Sheridan visited her daugh ter Mrs L B Hilton at Pine HillIli 0 O Stone is spending a few days with parents at Cumber land Gap Tennessee W A Parsley and Jas Russell of London were calling on our mer chants TuesdayH B McClary is acting cashier of Peoples Bank at Mt Vernon during Mr Salins absence Rev Andrew Johnson of Wilmore is visiting his uncle Lark- in A J Pike has been called away twice this week to preach funerals one in Marion Co and one in Garrard will be a and ice cream supper here tomorrow night Pro ceeds to go to Baptist Church Miss Eliza Pike is a charming visi tor of Miss Emma Jones at Hyatts ville KyShugars Soda Fountain is the place for all the cold delica dies of the season Mrs Dr D B Southard of Mt Vernon visited her mother Mrs Sarah E Barnes Monday and TuesdayMrs Conn of Mt Vernon is visiting Mrs Harry Hil tonMrs M3 Salin of Mt Ver non is visiting Mrs JW Hutche son this Ethel Parker has returned to her home at Martensville Va after spending 4 month here the visitor of her sister Mrs W E Gravely A letter from C C Cable says he will not get to leave Cuba for 4 month- syetMr and Mrs Robert Hicks are visiting their many friends and relative hereMiss Mvrtle Wells ofCrab Orchard visited her grand parents Mr and Mrs F Francisco first pt the weekChas of Wildie visited the family ofJno Crawford first of weekMr and Mrs A Smith have returned from a weeks stay in the country M Albright ahdMB Bowling were calling on two of Mt Ver nons belles last Sunday afternoon and evening Miss Mattie Wil mott has returned from a weeks stay Bt her uncle Granville Leece nCopPrGreekQuitea crowd of young folks spent last Sunday I 5 Regular 12 50 Suit now 1043 these B afternoon very at Miss Burdette OwensJ L Robins continues very low we are orryt- osayJ W Hutcheson was in Louisville on business last of last week BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOOL The following schedule will be observed in closing the work of the yearMay 31 Primary Exercises and Sewing Exhibit after which Miss Taylor will entertain children and 3 and 4 Examinations June 5Concert This is regu lar class work of vocal department PROGRAM I Gipsy SongBalfe junior Chorus 2 Serenade Stars of the Sum mer Night Male Quartet 3 Song Lascia Chio Piango Handel Mrs Miller q Oh who will oer the Downs so Ballad Senior Chorus 5 Beethovairs Son ata with the story of its composition Mrs von Eichen 6 SongliTo My First Love Lohr James McDonald 4 Spring Mixed Quartett 8 BerceuseGodardr Mrs Rider 9 Selections from the opera Martha Orchestra 10 Sailing Marks Senior Chorus Admission for students roc for others 25c The it is is but a English has been excellent It is especially encouraging that nearly twice as many boys and girls have heretoforeIJune and High School who have been regular in attendance Count Torueila to ItalionIpeace conference He will wear the cpl lar of the Order of the ranking him as a cousin pf the king Perhaps you have not wearing Clothes fy THEYRE HERE FOR YOUR CHOUSING We YOU to be one of thesatisfied For the next few days we willoffer something SPECIAL in the of Young Mens Suits in 34 35 and 36 onlyjfRegular now 000 Suits SS4SI Regular 850 Suits now 749 We overstocked considerably sizes suits must strictly cash only 35and Our and hard m- atchin A I 1 I L Lexington beginning holding CALENDAR Mondays I4thWednes BBODHEAD rbomeafter charming HicksRev CoThere strawberry weekMrs charming Branamon pleasantly parentsJune freeEnglisb Moonlight SongPinsute musicgoodas basI embassador Annunziata been that satis want way sizes These prices Collars Shirts LITlNGSTOft Mrs Frank Longmire accom panied her sister Mrs James Lane to her home at Coal Creek Tenn Mrs Mahala Carson has returned from a weeks visit with her daughter Mrs Cummins at Mt VernonMrs Susie Hicks and mother Mrs Will Hiatt have re turned alter a short visit with Mrs Logan Salyers at CorbinJames Vahn has completed the bridge just north of Livingston and has taken the bridge boys and his wife and children to Columbia TennesseeMrs J H Brown ing is visiting her mother Mrs Katie Magee at Crab Orchard Ky W C Mullins was shaking hands with his many friends and relatives here from Monday until WednesdayPurd Martin has gone to Versailles where he will accept a position for the R R Co Messrs W C and J A Mullins were in Mt Vernon Wednesday Mrs John Cook Mrv and Mrs Jesse GookTufd little child all of Jellico are sPpendiuga pleasant days with Mr George Cook and famUyMrs Lou Quinn and daughter Bessie left Wednesday night for Portsmouth OhioMiss Ida Chewning has returned Tionie alter an extended visit with her sister Mrs Dave Riggles atLeb anon Junction The Jr O U A Mof Woold ridge Tenn sent quite an expensive lot of flowers Sunday to the Jr O U A M here to decorate the grave Hardy Patterson deceased memberRev Campbell will preach at Christian church Satur day and Sunday Mr and Mrs Ed Quinn and children of Paris are visiting their many relatives and friends hereMrs Dave Argen bright anddaughter Miss Lula are visiting Mrs Price and daughter at Lexington Ky Mr and Mrs Hary Magee have returned after a short visit with relatives and friends at Louisville Mrs Will Hiatt left Thursday for Parksville where she will visit herdaughter before returning to her home in Illinois Mrs Jo E Singleton entertained her Sunday School class Tuesday evening Ice cream and cake were served Mrs Ann Owens is spending a few days with her brother Modd Mullins at Mullins Station Messrs Bob Burns Walter Scott and Joe Mink of Paris were here Sunday Steve Owens of Mid dlesboro was here last week visit iug his mother Mrs Ann Owens of this place Mesdames McCarty and Bullock of East Bernstadt are spending a few days with their sister Mrs Susie PatersonOldAunt Cmthia Brummett quietly passedxaway from this world Sunday eve ning after an txtended illness She was a noble Christian woman much beloved by everyone who knew her and will be greatly missed by her husband and children who are left to mourn their great loss The little child ot Mr and Mrs Geo Preston died Sunday of brain fever at their home in Corbin Just another choice flower that has been taken from this world of suffering and been transplanted in heaven to bloom forever more Urban Chewning of Lebanon Junc tion spent a few days of last week with his parents Mr and Mrs J T Chewning Messrs John Cock veil Bob and Ed Graves all of Par is were here last week visiting relatives and triends Miss Bow man is the charming guest of her brother Mr Harry Bowman of this placeMrs Arch Mullins and children are spending a few days with relatives at Blush Creek Miss Anna rFishback left Mon day for WilHamsburg where she will spend thesummer with reta tives and friends Mr and Mrs James Neal left Saturday for Jas per Ind and will make that their home for a while at least Mr and Mrs Perry Durbin left Saturday for Columbia Tenn Your humble correspondent had a very serious case of spring fever and laziness last week resulting in no letter from Livingstonbut I suppose the many readers were glad ofa rest CASTOR I AFor lafamts lid Ckilfcta TU KiN YHID Aiws1SU11 Bears th- 1Yririat of fJ OO OOOOOO OOO oOThat hacking cough continues Because your system is exhausted and 0your powers ofresistance weakened 0Take Scoti Emtifofon 0 SItbuild up and strengthens your enhre system Cod Liver Oil and Hypophosphites 0- o4 prepared that it is easy to take and easyto digest 40 ALL DRUGGISTS SOc AND 100 0 000O0OO0OO000OO000 S WJ Bryan makes the Steel Trust the central figure in his monthly discussion of national affairs with Senator Beverage and shows that the profits of the trust are greater than the total amount pud out in wages He suggests revision of the tariff as the remedy and urges that the President should not confine his attentions to one trust only Finding thecorpse of a man in a trunkwhich was broken open by a police and which had been left as security for a board bill was the uupleasans experience of a New York landlady Monday The Cor oner gave it as his opinion that the man was alive when put into the trunk and that the lid was held down until he was asphyxiated This little pig went to market doesnt amuse tonight Babys not well whats the matter her dear little cheeks are so white Poor little tummy is aching naugh ty old pain go away Cascasweet mother must give her then shell bright as the day It is sold here by Chas C Davis druggist A Bilious Attack Symptoms Sour stomach nasty taste in mouth sick headache sallow complex I ion the world your enemy Caused Constipation inactive liver overflow of bile into the system Relief Treatment for two nights before retiring with DMON5h IV lmTONIC PELLETS One a night dont worry sleep well and Naturell do the rest Entire Treatment 25 Cta Sold by OHAS C DAVIS satisfiedSample COtTenn The strike situation in Santiago Cuba is serious Strikers are making open threats to burn prop erty and citizens are arming them selves GREAT BARGAIN For sale 198 acres land on waters of Roundst ne creek near slate tunnel No im provements and only such 1 timber as necessary to supply the necessary use on the land 40 acres ridge land and level Would make an ideal stock farm 297 or 150 per acre takes the bound ary For further information ad dress R L McFerron Mt Ver non Ky or this office FOR AGENTS AN OPPORTUNITY r THE OLD WORLD AND ITS WAYS1 BY WILLIA3I JENNINGS BRYAN INOW READY FOR SOLICITORS 576 Imperial Octavo Pages Over 200 Superb Engravings froni photographs ta ken by Mr Bryan Recounts his trip around the woald and his visits to all nations The greatest book of travel ever written The people are waitingfor it The agents harvest OUTFIT FREE Send fifty cents to cov er mailing and handling THE THOMPSON PUBLISHING CO St Louis Mo REDUCED RATES VIA jueen Crescent Route ON THE J iirstand Third Tuesday ofeachmonWtmanyp ints f dtMrH i Winter Tourist Tickets now on saiegood returning ttill MayJl 1907 For particulars write HCKINGOPTALexig 1 Judge Hargis of Breathitt was triumphantly acquitted yesterday of the murder of James Cockrell in the Fayette Circuit Court The jury was put but a few minutes and the verdict was greeted with lgeIing hero might be and uncom plainingly stood for the drinks for the crowd immediately afterwards He has now been acquitted of any complicity whatever in the murder of Cockrill and Marcum and has only one more case against hiin that of causing the sudden end of Dr Cox We are and have always been a loyal Domocrat and will always support the ticket but we have no hesitancy is sayiug we are heartily in favor of the acquital of Caleb Powers It is a travesty on justice to keep hi m cooped up guilty or innocent when he is accused of complicity exactly the same crime for which Hargis goes free when he is just as innocent as the feudal udgeRichmond Register A prompt pleasant good reme dy for coughs and coWs is Kenne dys Laxative Cough Syrup It is especially recommended for babies and children but good for every member of the family It ontains no opiates and does not constipate Contains honey and tar and tastes nearly as good as maple syrup Children like it Sold by Chas C Davis druggist AMON FOItNERVt OIL UTSSORESBUR1 RHEUMATISM 25 J KENTUCKY FAiR DATES The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1907 as far as reported Officers of lairs are requested to report to us any omissions or corrections of datesBRODHEAD Aug 143 days Stanford Julv 173 days Henderson uIY23S days Lancaster JU243 days Madisonville July 30SdayS Danville July 13 days Georgetown Aug 64 days Fern Creek Aug 134 days Lawrenceburg Aug 204 days Shepherdsville Aug 204 days Ewing Aug 223 days Shelbyville Aug 274 days Hardenburg Aug 273dayS Elizabethtown Aug Z73 days Springfield Aug 284 days Paris Sept 3S days Lexington Sept 236 days WEEKLY COURIER i JOURNAL AN- DSICNAL Both one year for only V 15O The Presidential election is ap proaching Times have changed That is al1Mr 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 orthis combi nation to us not to the Courier Journal The regulal price of the Weeekly CourierJournal alone is i a year FGilYS KIDNEY CURE WILL CURE YOU of any case pf Kidney or Bladder disease that is not beyond the reach of medicine Take it at once Do not risk having firights Dis ease or Diabetes There is nothing gained by delay 50c and 100 BottU REFUUkUBTITUTtSCHA The true solution of the marriage and divorce question lies with the homes note than with the legi latures It is more a matter foi education and training than ol legislation The girl who e early education has been gained on the street whose selfishness has been arIentse an auce with the common duties of the home keeper is a standing can didate for the divorce court The young man who has grown up without responsibility who has grown up without responsibility r who has wasted his youth and pawned his manhood to idle and dissolute habits is another The minister who are asking the state to prevent divorce and repress marriage have their responsibility in these cases many of whom have been of their flock and under their spirit superviso The parents are mostly responsibe for the negligence and mistaken kindness that unfits children jor the duties of life Good fathers usually train good husbands and gocd mothers usually produce good wives Like prohibition the question of marriageand divorce seems to rest upon the early training of the individual than with the law Educate not legislate is the motto for the reformer c14LE T0 IABears the A A man whois in perfect health so he can do an honest days work when necessary has much for which he should be thankful Mr L C Rogers of Branchton Pa writes that he was not only unable to work but he couldut stoop oer to tie his shoes Six bottles of Foeys Kidney Cu e made a ntt man of him He says Sue cess to F leys Kidney Cure Chas C Davis druggist YOUR LIVER is your best friend or your worst enemy Active its your friend Torpid its your enemy and its army is Constipation Biliousness Sick Headache etc JITKP1AND TONIO PELLETS healthyliversliver troubles Complete Treatment 25c Sole by CHAS C DAVIS ws x0HAauatSlIO W sittoi 1C o3 DlN NAOd ooi Trera q tjapiooji pun sqnj ajdnreg patjspBS yra 2pBq Cauora atio 333 pna Am better prepared than ever to test and fit the eves with glasses Have all the latest appliances for testing A fit guaranteed- Do all kinds of watchand 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 COUCHAND WITH Dr King s New Discovery FOR cONSUMPTION Surest and Quickest Cure for all THBOAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK THE COUGH SYRUP For all Coujihs and assists In syoIsmbowels A certain relief Jot croup and whoopinzcoueh other cough cures are constipating especially containlngOplatee Kennedys Laxativ- eHoneyTarmoves bowels contains no Opiate KENNEDY II50C ORIGINAL LAXATIVE Tke RIClover tlGlDaH tH Honey Be TM7bottle rTadeuNetIIftL LAXATIVE HONEYmTAflATTHELABOKATOJtror L O DftWITT a CO OHIOAQO U L Jb o1dby CHAS Ci DAVIS r It When the Hair Palls Then its time to act No time to study to read to experiment You want to save your hair and save it quickly too So make up your mind this very minute that if your hair ever comes out you will use Ayers Hair Vigor It makes the scalp healthy The hair stays in It cannot do any thing else Its natures way The best kind of a testimonial Sold for over sixty years oMade C yer Co olJ MusAlto uers THE MAGIC NO3 Wunber three is a wonderful mas cot for Geo H Parris of Cedar Grove Me according to a letter which reads After suffering much with liver and kidney trouble and becoming greatly discouraged y the failure to fidd relief I tried Elecric Bitters aud as a result I am a well man today The first bottles relieved and three bottles compled the cure Guaranteed bst remedy for stomache liver and kidney troubles by Chas C Davis druggist Soc Officials in Washington are hopeful that the proposed investigation of the Pullman Company will eventually result in cheaper rates Dont Neglect It It is a serious mistake to neglect a weak heart It is such a short step to chronic heart disease irregularity ing short breath palpita tion fluttering pain in chest or difficultyin lying on left side your heart strepgthening ter remed thanpr Miles Heart Cure Its strength ening influence is felt al most at once MilesHeart thlngITuedoctor himDrItdidnow and while there is occasionally a ItIsuse of the medicine If I should get TakeDrI consider myself practically cured of my heart trouble- S H DITNNAM Livingston Texas byyourfallsheMiles Medical Co ElkhartInd Mount Vernon Monumental WORK M anufa turer ofand DEALER in Marbles and Granite Monuments ofaU kinds Estimates furnished on application GEORGE OWENS Mount Vernou Ky jrodhead Marble 1orkJi nRODHEADKY Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents for Iron Fence- D BJ ALBRIGHT Manager = J a tiwart Iron I llhlill Fence Cheaj er than wood Will lest a Wetkn 1luthwsWed4 uk It LeIS- 11144wArINI4PM CINCINNATI O we IN ttit f OlkiS rtce Am fa Mte jktfct IAwPdiuPtIe fOB Mi IOIUANDO News was received here last week of the death of Mr Henry Doan of Laurel county Mr Doan was up in ninety years of age and died with the infirmities of old age He has iiift y relatives in this county being a buother of Uncle George Doan an old and honored citizen of Pine Hill and was a brotherinlaw to Mr Harri son Reams of Dudley He leaves an aged wife and several children beside a host of relatives and riend to mourn his death 1 James McGuire is very sick and his recovery doubtfulMrs Flur ry Laswell has been very sick but is some Letter at presentMrs Bill Wood of Roundstone was vis iting at Brush Creek Tuesday Dr D B Southard was called in consultation with Dr Laswell Sun day to see the ten year old child of Dee Hines who has an abcess in the side They reported the case improved to some extentA Sab bath School was organized at Mc News Chapel Sunday with Mr I A Chasteen as Superintendent The many friends of Miss Sallie Barnett who have been so anxious for her recovery will be glad to know that she is convalescent However she has been almost at deaths door Mr and Mrs George Reams were the welcome guests of Dn and Mrs Laswell SuudaMrs Bettie Anglin who has been very low of typhoid fever is convale- scentMiss Margie Childress was visiting Mrs Dora Bell and Miss Allie Laswell Sunday D ADPearl the sweet little infant of Marion and Lydia Bryant died ol scrofula May 28 The bereaved parents have our heartfelt syupathy in this their greates sor row Though you should not w epdear friends for your lost darling for such was Gods will and His willnot hours be done He has said ill His precious word Suffer little children to come unto Me for of such is the kingdom of heaven There is much consola tion in that one passage and according to that promise your own little Pearl is to day a bright shin ing rngeland waiting to welcou e you home Ive gone up to heaven dear mother No more will I fret and cry For up in this beautiful city Theres never a tear stained eye I am waiting now with Jesus And others gone before To meet you father arid mother Upon that shining Shore If you would meet me in heaven And forever with me be Put all your trust in Jesus And he will pilot thee C M L REMARKABLE RESCUE That truth ir stranger than fic tion has once more been demon strated in the little town of Fedora Tenn the residence of C V Pep per He writes I was in bed entirely disabled with hemorrhages of the lungs and throat Doctors failed to hely me and all 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