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Digital page images are linked to the text file. moo VOLUME XX MT VERNON ROCK CASTLE COUNTY IiY FRIDAY JUNE 7 1907 NUMBER 37 sltt t4ltiglfCflllllSgilllllti4till 9 c Q Qt QUEENSHO For ettVoJf1 E PRICE is a good salesman E QUALITY is a better one E Buy the = getQUALITY FIf you wish to catch fish E you would very naturally go to the stream that had fish i11 It E If you want goods you E must go to the store house E that has goods in it Such a store is ours W g E We have too many Dry Goods Hats Etc and hnle Taken the bridle oft of Prices and have turned them loose t IE I am on the road i Eto success trod do wantto buy ticket GRANT w 11 111111 l n rr Round Stone Land Co have their shingle machine in first class order here now with a new edger the latest improved and they are now well prepared to cut shingles to finishMiss Nannie Fritz of Waco Malison Co visited Mrs George Corneilson here last week Miss Nettie Oldham is visiting ins attended county court at Richmond Monday The shooting affair which took place here Sunday morning about oclock created a great excite went We do not know particu lars therefore will not undertake to bees have had a hard row to weed this spring they have to hustle between cold spells and rain to make ends meet Judge J C Chenault of Richmond was here this week on business This is one of the greatest places on earth for watch trading most all the boys have a watch of some kiudand are continually trading them thats right boys trade among yourselves and keep the boot money at homeMrs D C Pullins bought a little kuoty jersey calf from a neighbor last fall for 300 paid for it with butter at 15 cents per lb She sold the calf last week toGib Alexander for 1500 cash pretty good deal IN MEMORIAM On the night of May 28th 1907 the little spirit cf Beulah Berry took its flight to a brighter and better world Another one of earths choicest flowers has bee taken and in Heave- to bloon forevermore She was child of unusually bright mind an- a favorite with everyone being the youngest child of the beloved parents Her loss is deeply felt and the whole community extend to them their heartfelt sympathy All that medical power care an attention of friends and parents was of no avail God in his infinite love and tender mercy saw cause to remove her to a far happier hone where no sorrow can come Her little hands are now folded iu silent she has bid earthly FridayTnun1 iTvvnnn iRnall 4itl4R9l41ft1tl1111f4f11F411114f1t3lEtl4l11 411tlff1f1114tt 1 f pleasures an eternal goodbye Death when it summons the aged is sad but doubly so indeed it is when it calls for the pure and inno cent bud of childhood May the father and mother feel that the loss of their Darling is only a shining light ever calling them to come Oh weep no more for Beulah the angles now shield her from all harm Heaven has your treasure Earth the little casket keeps But the golden sunbeams will linger WLere your darling babv sleeps GERTRUDE PULlINS BEE LICK Rev RE Todd filled his reg ular at Bethel Sunday lastMr E A Herrin of Quail continues about the sameMorris Taylor and Elbert Elder visited the fair sex at Kruger last Satur dayMrs Claudia Adams re mains about the same at this wr- itingA large crowd is expected at the Decoration at Providence June 8th there will also be services held by Rev J L Davis The farmers are rejoicing over the good raiuMrs R G Taylor continues about the same Wheat crops are looking very favorable in these parts There will be a wed ding in this part soon W E Taylor will soon start a new dwelling J M Reynolds our hustling merchant doing a splendid business at this place RESCUE That truth ir stranger than fic tion has once more been demon strated in the little town of Fedora s s failed to hely me and all hope had fled when begun taking DrI Kings new discovery The instant reliefcame The coughing soon ceased the bleeding diminish s for cjugs and colds Chas C Davis drug store Trial bottle free Mra the Signature G A JUNE WEATHER Weather Propht Marsh of Win ton Place Ohio iu his noted predictions says we will have many storms in June some ot which will be quite severe he further says High will prevail daring the month the heat being relieved temporaril by thunder storms and heavy rains The storms during June will be quite severe but a short du winds at times with damaging occuring over the lake regions Accidents wrecks on waters and rail labor and other disturb ances throughout the Uuited States and foreign countries are most likely and damaging from the 5th b the 13th of the ist Generally Between 2d and wind Between 5thand 7th Unset tled stormy weather slightly cooler Between 8thand rath Rain and wind occasional thunderstorm 14th to fair until afternoon or night of 16th then cloudy probably thunder 17th and 20th Thunder storms rain wind and hail 2ist to stormy 24th and 26thStorms windandrain 27th and 28th rSenerally fair 29th and A TEXAN Mr E W Gopdloe of 107 St Louis St Dalas Tex says In the past year have become ac quainted with Dr Kings New Life Pills and no laxative ever before tried so effectually dispo of malaria and billiousness They dont grind nor gripe 25c at Chas C Davis drugstore federacy was unveiled at Richmond Va Monday with approp riate ceremonies and in the presence of agreat gathering of the Lost Cause rtttttttt1t M W THE BROWN SHOE COare without shadow ofa doubt M the worlds two great est = M Desirous of customers the best there = is to le lead we are 3 both of these great lines y e=n When ifecpnies to big Stock QSalitv and = Price WE OUR HATS TO NO ar i I WE CAN IriLLr j By Giving You Better Values Lower Prices M fHTAKINGTHE BRIDLE OFFt Clothing 0Enot a greturn 11111Hl1h1 CONWAY- The wetkiHarvey 8 explainThe transplanted Sleepand i9ttt11f11 U UUU1U1HHUUHUUH1HUUllUU1U1U1U1UHUU1Ul llitti111tlitliliiil appointment is REMARKABLE Pepnhemorrhaged I ovad5ocandcoo oSIrpOBAtIi temperatures occasionally rationHurricane thunderstorms conflagrations monthI 16thGenerally stormsBetween 23Unsettled weatherBetween 30thStorms FORTUNATE I I Jefftofyeie- raDs LDOUGLASand a Shoemakers givingour showing a TAKEOFF MERCHANT IN- RUCKCASTLE COUNTY e Q YIjH I TEs HOUSE fULL DRESS SHOES jForWomen t r BREADWINNING OCCUPA TION OF SOME WOMEN Washington May 27The variety of occupations in which women may make themselves useful is probably not appreciated by many who lead the sheltered life A census report just published discloses the rather surprising fact that women according to the last count made are engaged gainful oocupations as motormen two being reported so employed as pilots five being in that profession and as baggagemen on steam rail roads ten reporting themselves in the baggagesmashing business Iu other lines supposed to be mon opolized by men it is found that there are thirtyone women brake men saven conductorsof streetcars fortyfive engineers and fire men twentysix switchmen yard men and flagmen fortythree hack drivers six ship carpenters two roofers and slaters 185 blacksmiths 508 machinest eight boilermakers thirtytwo charcoal coke and lime burners and eleven well borers Women are employed in 303 breadwinning occupations of which domestic service embraces the largest number of the 4833 UnitedIions in 1900 one fourth or 124383 were working as servants The next most important occupation for woman is that of farm laborer no less than 456405 women are following this occupation These figures will be better understood when it is added that most of these farm laborers 98 per cent of them are reported from the Southern States It is also shown that 277 727 of these women laborers Are members of farmers families the ass21st in w Threefilths of the total number of women reported as bread winners were found in the six mor important women occupations viz dressmakers teachers laundresses servants farm laborers and farmer After ddtqegtic service and farm laborers the most4 important dressmakersi t ere Wo w 1D A SWELLBOOTfor people A- IHAtiDSOMEl feL Our Leaders therLmerican Gentleman and the American LadJi SHOES Manufactured by the HamiltonBrown Shoe Co St Louis Mo A positive guarantee goes with ev ery pair of AMERICAN GENTLEMAN or AMERICAN LADY Shoes If you are look inrfor uptodate footwear dont fail to call and see our line OUTAWe are closing out over 2000 pairs of other brands of Shoes new and good in order to make room 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 whatrwe say Whether you want to buy Shoes or not visit our store get our prices and we will convince YIou that we are selling Shoes cheaper than you were ever able to buy them before cEcs KRUEGER SON 1 occupation As independent farmer 307706 were employed The total number of women reported as textile mill operatives is 231458 or oneseventh of the total number of women employed There were 142265 women em ployed as salesmen and 138724 women employed as seamstresses Of teachers there were 327206 and 2of 935 The figures of the census might be interpreted as chewing that the greater independence of women as independence of women as indicated in their increasing employ merit in gainful occupations con tributes to the popular institution known as divorce Of the number ofdivorced women reported by the census more than half were found to be supporting themselves by their own earnings The total number of women sixteen ye rsof age and over in Con tinental United States when the census was taken was 23485559- A little over one fifth of this number wereat work in gainful occupations There isn case pi indigestion no matter how irritale or how obstinate that will note be speedily relieved by the use of Kodol The main factor is curing the stomach ota disorderis rest and the only way to get rest is to actually digest the food for the stomach itself K dolwilldo it It is a scientific preparation of vegetable acids con- gtai theyfersr found in a bealthystomuche It con fdftos to the Pure Food and Drug Laiv Sold by Chas CDavis druggist All the linemen in the employ of ihe Pacific States Telephone and Telegraph Company of San Fran ciso have quit work in sympathy with the striking girl operators HE FIRED THE STICK I have fired the walking stick accecount of a sore that every kind of treatment until I tried- Bucklens Arnica Salve that ha healed the sole and made mea hap PY oif d foSpilef burns etc by basq Davis druggist 2SC I Established r 1887 t J t r f OTTAWA The recent rain was badly need ed in this sectionFred Wallen who has been confined to his room for several days with measles is able to stir out againMost of the farmers of this section are through planting corn some have com menced plowing over the first time Reubin Wallen who has been at work on the railroad for some time has gone to work for J J Brown I M Craig was in this section Friday lastMessrs J B Sutton and Gradon Proctor visited relatives and friends at Preachersville Fri day nightMisses Rebecca Al bright and Pearlie Ping were the pleasant guest of Miss Maud Cash FridayCharlie Brown visited friends near Krueger Friday and Saturday vislitedWinkler of near Brodhead Su- ndayJ B Sutton sold to Mr Andrew Thompson of ville a sow and five pigs PreachersI Mrs Mary J Brown and little daughter Roberta visitedrelatives and friends near Krueger Saturday Dont faii to attend the decora tion at Providence church tomor row JunelthMiss Ella Hayes of Lincoln county visited relatives here Saturday and SundayJesse- W Brown and family visited J B Sutton and family SundayVes sie Brown left Saturday for Cincin natl1dr and Mrs J T Brown parentsMr1and Mrs Daniel Brown visited friends at Ottenheim Saturday and reiIativesMr and Mrs Tart Proctor spent Sunday with the latters sister Mrs John Cash of WabdRan som Brown and family visited J B Sutton Sunday Mrs S T Pro Brodheasd y F L Thompson the drummer of Mr Vernon was in this Tuesday D E Iilr DJckxSmith former y of this place but who restdtdagitia at Kings Monntainat the time of his death died Tuesday after an ill ness of only a few days with that dread disease pneumonia fever Mr Smith leaves behind him his wife and severalchildren besides a host of other relatives and friends to mourn their loss But weep not dear friends it was Gods will to call him home and your loss we hope is heavens gain Mr Smith was a social upright man and al ways stood for the right His re mains were brought back here Thursday and laid to rest in the family burying ground to await the summons of the last great day ORLANDO lThe recent wet weather has given weeds a very nice start and put behindMrs is ThereIat Grove Saturday and Sunday by the Rev footwashring J M Laswell is spending a few days iu Lexington visiting his sis ter Mrs Effie Ballard Stephen Holland soninlaw of Robert Jones of this place died at his fathers home In Gartersville last week He leaves a wife and TomIsick this week with measles Jack Treadway son of Marion Treadway is on the sick list at present Mrs E J Williams was visiting her sister Mrs James Brooks yes terdayMr Wm McNew is on the sick list again Dr W D Las well was in Mt Vernon Sunday HillIentIs were at home Saturday and Suadaj Mrs Rhoda Evans was visiting Mrs Dora Bail Tuesday Richard Croker denies the pub lashed report il1 the is ambitious Britishjjtentionr of ever entering politics t d MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY June 7 1907 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on application MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION r DEMOCRATIC TICKET For United States SenatorJ CW Beckham For Governor S Hager For Attorney GeneralJohn K Hend ricks For State Superintendent ot Schools M O Winfrey t For Connnissioner of AgricultureJ W Newman For Lieutenant GovernorSoutlt Trim bleFor AuditorH M Bosworth For Secretary of StateHubert Vree landFor Treasurer Ruby Lafuon r For Clerk Court of Appeals John B Chenault We are authorized to announce O V JARRETT as a candidate for Jailer to fill out the unexpired terra of two years sans ed by the death of his brother L L Jarrett to be voted for at the Nov election 1007 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 of two years to be voted for at the next November elee tion 1107 subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce JOSEPH F BOSWORTH OFFx aa a candidate for the nomination for State Senator for the SoventeemnSen atonal district subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorised to announce R M JOHNSON- as a candidate fortlie nomination for Rep from this and Laurel counties in the next Legislature subject to the action of the Repulican Primary July 27th 1907 r JUDGE JAMES HARGIS will short ly begin the publication of a weekly Democratic newspaper in Jack son to replace therecently destroy ed Jackson Hustler He has secured estimates from a Cincinnati type foundry and will equip a plant at a cost of5ooo What the Judge will have to say about the papers and individuals throughout the State who have wanted to see him get justice will be a plenty OUR old citizens tell us that the present cold snap is blackberry winter Wonder what they call all these other winters weve been having all pring POLITICS AND POLITICIANS Senator Elkins of West Vir ginia in1 Washington said he is watching the weather now with a great deal more solicitude than he ispolitical waves and says a few daysof warm weather will mean millions of dollars in the pockets of the people of I his country Gov Beckharn held a conference with several Louisville men regarding the appointment of officers for Louisville and three men were recommended by their friends Clarence Dallam was proposed for County Judge J J Fritzgerald for City Judge and Dr Pope for Health Officer M 0 Winfrey nominee for Superintendent of Puplic Instruct ion on the Democratic ticket was given afarewell reception in Mid dlesboro where he has been super severalYearsplimenting arid indorsing him were adopted by the meeting Judge John D Carroll recently appointed a member of the Court of Appeals to succeed Judge Jas Can trill has announced himself a candidate for the Democratic nomination UK fillout the unexpired s time of JuSgeCantrilU It is sail to be prbblable that He will have no opposition in the Fifth district j THIRTEEN YEAR LOCUSTS This is the year of the Visitation jfthe Sputhern thirteenyear brood of locustsiand the Bureau of Ento molbgy of theDepartuientof Agri ac= o circular designed to benefit the sections of the county which will suffer from it The brood this year is the largest of its kind on record the annals of the Goverment go back to 1803 Every time it has appeared since a record of its mi grations has been made the last one in 1894 It is announced by the bureau that thisyear the brood will come in May and June and the States in which it will make its appearance are throughout the Southern States East of Texas ex cept Florida Northward in the Mississippi and Ohio valleys through Missouri to Southeastern Iowa over most of Central and Southern Illinois extreme South western Indiana Western Kentucky and more or less of Tenn essee with extensions across the Carolinas into Virginia On several occasions in the past when the brood has been studied carefully it has come in conjunction with some ot the brood of the Northern seventeenyear race arid there has been some overlapping of territory But this year there will be no Northern or seventeen year brood so that it should be possible to clear up any uncertainty as to distribution The counties in Kentucky which will be visited by the locusts this spring are Carlisle Graves Lyon McCracken and Marshall In Tennessee the counties of Bedford Blount Cocke Davidson Gibson Giles Greene Hamhlem Hamil ton Hickman Jefferson Knox Lawrence McMisn Marion Mon roe Montgomery Rutherford Sevier Stewart Wayne William son and Wilson PROGRAM For District Meeting ofthe Execu the Board of the Rockcastle As sociation to be held with the Flat Rock Church on June 29th and 30th 1907 I Devotional Services at 1000 A M 2 Address of Welcome by Rev W M Willians 3 What did Jesus mean in St John 3rd chap 3rd and 5t i verses by Revs W R Briscoe and James Cummins 4 Also Acts 2nd chap 38th and 4ist verses by Revs C C Metcalfand A G Coker 5 The needs or benefits of this Executive Board to the Asso ciation and Cause of Christ to be discussed by Revs James Barnes Jason Robinson and W R Briscoe Preaching Saturday night at 700 P M by Revs C C Metcalfand James Cummins Preaching Sunday at 1100 A M by Revs W R Brlscoearid A G Coker H C GENTRY O E GIBSON Com W M HURST Sect PROHIBITION TICKET Party Leaders Meet in Louisville and Name Candidates for State OffiCes GovernorRev L L Pickett WilmoreLieutenant Governor Rev J D Hocker Owenshoro Secretary ofStateC A Singer Louisville State Treasurer J P Easley Harrisonville Shelby county State Auditor O T Wallace Point Level Gtrrard county Attorney GeneralWayne Coop er Saylersville Commissioner of Acriculture A W Carpenter of Liucoln county Superintendent of Public instruc tionB F Hayes of Wilmore President of Ashury College WASHINGTON D C June i Justice John M Harlan one ofthe associate justices of the United States Supreme Court enters up on his seventyfifth year today He was appointed from Kentucky and has been on thesupreme bench thirty years br eleven years longer than Chief Justice Fuller who comes next in pointofservice Jus tice Harlan is seemingly as full of health as the best of men and though he has been eligible tore tirement for several years he ap parently entertains no idea of quit ting the bench at any very early date A change in administration is probably about the only thing that might bring about his retirement very soon He is a Republican and a pretty strict party man the Democr prObablygiVelpreSi Chief Justice O Rear of the Court of Appeals the other Judges sitting withhim Tuesday afternoon heard a motion and argu ment to dissolve a writ of mandam us granted by Circuit Judge Frank Peake of the Anderson Circuit Court to require County Judge Shelby of Anderson to give the citizens of Lawrenceburg a separate election recently ordered for the entire county The Chief Justice renderedim mediate decision upon the motion sustaining the ruling of Judge Peake The motion was argued jhyL W McKee L H Carter Lawtrenceburg County JudgeI will now have to theItown of Lawrenceburg a rate election on the same day tht cOun1 ty votes upon the question of the sale of liquor The ruling of the court follows the recent decision- in which the highest court held that where the city asks lor it it is entitled to hold sep late elect ions 1 Two Louisville and tour Lex ington national banks have filed suits at Frankfort asking an in junction restraining the State Board of Valuation and Assessment from making permanent the assess ments made against them The suit is based on the recent decision of the Supreme Court The Lancaster Record says Everyman woman and child in Lancaster and Garrard county has cause for rejoicing and being ex ceedingly glad The necessary money has been raised and a mod ern uptodate hotel will be erected at once It was a hard struggle but energy and public spirit won The hotel will be erected on the old site covering all the ground formerly occupied by both Rote andopera house thus making a much more roomy and convenient hotel Attorney R H Tomlison Lewis L Walker and J E Rodin son were appointed a committee at last nights meeting to draw ar tides of incorporation and other committees appointed to select name and attend to other matters necessary This will be arranged at tonights meeting a ainthenext issue of The record you will read ofthe final plans All honor to Laucasterfs publicspirited cit izens Were out of the woods so lets give three cheers and a tiger CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- efitgnature of d What to do DyspepsiaDieting and just as years ago we as undereatingMan needs food and plenty of it to sus competeinyoumay eatAndsupplyyoUISyrup Pepsin contains the very ingredients s awhileaccording andanyheartburn sour stomach bloated stomachhives stomachlute guarantee to do what we claim It is a gen = tie pleasant effective laxative and will likeits actionOne is ChIcagoSantiago While In the wet trenches and eat contractedseveredefend in the regiment called his attention toDr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin which he promptlybegan to use It not only cured his dyspepsiabut increased his weight pounds centsorthat to you FREE TEST Iwellshomilyaddressing thosewhoQantlestyetTHEPUBUCproduabearsPEPSIN SYRUP 118 CahlweJlntI HI WIA CARSON PAfNTlR t AND PAPERflAfliER WALLPAPER ROOM- MOULDINGS ETC Let us make an estimate y on work before placing your order All Work Guaranteed trAia t i11 i J lL q 4 it Ir BARGAINS 11 l ct G mJ i My Present Prices will continue the H Same as Last Week as we still have some of the GREAT BARGAINS y y PLEASE COME J and- BECONVINCEDa G T JOHNSON O K STORE Opposite CourtHouse f 3 BARGAINS 1 IATELINE GENERALFORj St at the LOWEST Prices A FULL LINE c c x Of Clothing Boots and Shoes Hardware and Queenswaare Groceries and Dry Goods w H RICH Andrews a c Kent- uckyIo3 t c3 c3P- BargainsO t Q I have ust received ncline off Dry Goods i Clothingj At lower prices than you can find any wherein the county Calico 5 rents per R yadl Meat perppund Sugar 5 pound fnelythillg ese as cheap accordingly Produce same as cashi tome and 1 can save you eyiery yoursP iWr H BAKER F LONGFORD KENTUCKY jpcc1 l WANT pMen and women in- eaehecoupty as field managers to represent advertise and distribute samples of goods Salary Sao permon thpaidyveeklyandcasba- dvanced for expenses Nocapital or experience necessary Position NORTHWESTERN WalaashAve Chicago Ill IO cents cts per i see me money on our When yufeel the need of a pill take a De Witts Little Early Riser Small pill safe pill sure pin Easy to take pleasant and effective Drives away headaches Sold by ChasC Davis druggist Plantbedscrapers have invaded Simpsanc uu yandthehedofa leading planter was ruined during the night The farmer was forced to plant corn in the field in which he had intended raising tobacco as Jte was unable to secure additional plauts J l r i OJ D cG D 2cni x3fce L 1= r ATTENTION I 1III- I Listen to the best news of the season What is itjI Why Summer weather of course and Summer Goods are now on display at at ocr Store ou while our line is com P 9fetesACN HIATT HIATT KENTUCKY MMwnny 1-r w MNww rM YOUR BANKING No matter how small HO mattter how large THE BANK of VEiRN TED N will give it careful attention This message applies to the men and the women alike Remember we p y3 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 OFFICERSSC C WILLIAMS Pres W L RICHARDS Cashier J T ADAMS VicePres A B FURNISH Asst Cash tntnttnnnnnnttnnnu Willis Griffin 3PRACTICAL 3UNDERTAKER 3 ANDFUNERAL p fit Vernon Ky = = Stock Complete Can furnish on short notice Metalic Coffins and Caskets and have Embalming = rdone Fine Hearse attached = 5 ORDERS bI wire Promptly Filled 3 5 Phone No 63 3111111111111111111111111111111111111111111J11 11111111111111111111111111l BRING YOUR D i JOB WORK TO THE- t F h s rE SIGNAL fri MT VERNON SIGNAL fMT VKEttON Kt June 7 190 79 Call up No 79 whenyou want to Communecat with SIGNAL 79 t w 1LOUISVLIC 8 R R Co TIME TABLE 22 north 124 p m 24 north 340 a m 23 south 124 pn i 21 South 1220 a m TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 t Entered at the Sit Vernon Ky Postpffice as second class mail matter JPERSOflAL D C Poynter was in Stanford TuesdayTip has gone to Cincin nati to work- I A Bowman is in Jackson county looking after his cattle Supt G M Ballard attended Berea commencement exercises Mrs Lou Boulware will go toj Kingston todayto visit relatives Raymon Dowell is able to be out again after an illness of several weeksID G Roach came yesterday to assist in C C Williams till after courtMrs Sallie Birdwell of Taylors vile is visiting her niece Mrs W R Briscoe Circuit Clerk J F Griffin and family spent Sunday with his moth er near Wildie Mrs Jonas McKenzie after an illness of several weeks is very much improved Mr and Mrs S B Ramsey attended commencement exercises at Berea this week Mrs WJ Sparks and daughter Mattie Bare with relatives at Middle sboro this week Mr and Mrs H McFerron spent Wednesday night with their son Sheriff R L McFerron Al Evans a son of Nate Evans of Knoxville spent a few days with his cousin Walter Miller Mrs Cleo Brows spent Saturday until Monday with her son McKenzie at Williamsburg- Mrs Hutcheson and daughter of Owenton are guests of her daughter Mrs M B Salin A Dolan and of East i1ItWelch Mrs D N Williams will leave today for Covington to spend some time with her son Judge RG WilliamsJames L White was np from Stanford Monday and Tuesday shaking hands with his many friends here Misses Sallie Evans and Myrtle Adams of Brodhead were guests of Mrs G M Ballard and Miss Lizzie Adams this week SW J Sparks was in Louisville this week to see about buying the machinery for his new rockcrusher to be installed near Nashville The many friends of E A Her rin will be grieved to learn of hi sericus condition He is a very sick man and much uneasiness is felt about him D W Howell of Bowling Green special agent for the Turner Day Woolsworth Handle Co was here this week looking after timber r for his company He was the guest of the family of L T Welch Mrs R B Mullins will join her dajghter Miss Margarite here to day and go to Fountainhead to vis it her mother Miss Margarite will spend the remainder of th summer with her grandmother after she returns from a vist to he aunt in Texas J W Vahn of Livington the Sunday School lecturer spent Wednesday and yesterday here Mr Vahn will give his stereoptican views and lecture here next Monday night June loth It will be either at the Courthouse or Ghistian church LOCAL A message was received here last night stating that Will Smith got his handcut off in the Corbin yard Do you ever think about that subscription which you have not paid for along longtime If you dont vve do- WANTEDHickory and White oak Spokes Will pay the best market price Also Hickory and Whiteoak buts Will give prices on applicationW H CARMICAL jV Mt Vernon Kif Mr Oscar Hiatt of Cleveland and Miss Anna Pritchett ot near Danville were married last evening at the home of the brides sister Hiatt The groom fisa- 1 nephewof our townsman G S Hiatt 7 j h Stanford is to have a creamery and a laundry Hamlin Furnish is the style of a new lumber firm in town W H Carmical is buying timber for the Scobe Williams Co of Win- Chester Conuty Judge Reed S Nichols of Danville died suddenly Wednes day evening R L McFerron has his grist mill located near the old spout spring and runs every Saturday f W J Sparks has leased out his rock crusher at High Cliff Tenn Burdette MqKehzie has gone there to Iookjffter Mr Sparks interests Mrs Harriatt Carmical widow of the late Rev J C Carmical has eremonth She received 114 back pay The Bonrd of Medical Examiners recently appointed for this county is composed of Drs A G Lovell D B Southard and W J Childress George Adams a son of B F Adams died Sunday of typhoid fever at his home near Jellico His remains were brought here Mon day and buried in Hopewell grave yard Mr N I Buster Sr of Mercer county died last Saturday of par alysis Mr Buster who was connected with some business enter Pries in this connty a few years since was well and favorably known to many of our citizens l6TELEPHONE station manag ers have been instructed to enforce the five minute rule This is done for the better dispatch of business Subscribcre who wish to use lineI longer than five minutes can after waiting a reasonable time put in a second call and use line five min utes longer and so on Telephone users should keep this in mind and save paying for extra time over the five minutes Mrs John Cook who was here a few days since is having the lot in which her husband and other relatives are buried dug up and unsightIlydug up again this fall and sown in grass Ifallothers who own lots in the ceme tery would do likewise it would be a great and much needed improvement to the home of the dead We call attention to our adver tisers and urge upon our readers the importance of reading the advertisements each onlyrtakes a few moments and in nine cases out of ten you will always find quoted the very thing you want and many times at a reduced price Money saved is money made and the merchant who advertises pushes his business instead of letting his business push him is the man who is always looking out for bargains for his customers Advertising is a threehanded affair it pays the merchant it pays the newspaper publicsOerin Winchester the merchants have organized Protective Association which includes most of the prominent business men of the city Its principal object is to avoid bad debts and to limit the extensive and much abused credit system so long in vogue Eac member will be furnished each week with a list of ciuzens who are avoidepayment of their debt at all The thre first of June and it will be a diffi cult matter for people to get around paying their debts as on their flail promptlny refused creditDanville Advocate Such an arrangement would no doubt be a good thing for Mt Ver non John Hilton died at his home at Baileys Switch June 3rd 1907 ot pneumonia fever He was born in Owsley couuty Ky July 28th 1841 was a member of Mt Vernon F and AMlodge was a veteran of the Civil War Company D 8th Ky Volwas a member of the Baptist church in good standing He leaves a widow who was Miss Margarett Durbin and three sons James E John CCand William D Hilton and four daughters Mrs Will McCullum of Rockford and Mrs J T Bailey of Baileys ofjKnoxiilIeenship of Ettawah Tenn to mourn the loss of a kind and indul gent father and husband So man lieth down and risethnet till the heavens be no more They shall not awake nor ale raised out of their sleep t A FRIEND iI J t il I1CLUTHESTSATISFyJ if Its certainly a pleasure to have a Suit that satisfies fa suit you kriw is right in ev ery viay and that feels all over PabII lllg corred a suit II you can examine from the top of the collar to the hem of they trousers and find no defect Clothes that you i never wish were different Regular 1500 Suit now SISOS I Ill i line of and is to match c j = n 0 s r The will of the late M J Miller was probated last week His en tire estate is left his widow and his son Tom is named as his executor The County SundaySchool Con vention will meet at Livingston next Tuesday All SundaySchool workers are urged togo and take part Dr A G Lovell has been ap pointed from the eighth district as a member of theexecutive committee of the State Development Convention The committee will hold a meeting at an early date to make arrangements for the meeting which will take place in October The Rockcastle Spoke Co is a thing of the past although the entire amount of stock had been sub scribed and the articles of incorpor ation were ready to file with the Secretary of State A little breach between Mr Scobe the promo ter interestedhcaused the up Bright Chaste n shot an un known Italion at Conwav Satur day but the wounds are not serious The Italion had entered hasteens home during the sbsebce of himself and family taking Possession of everything the ho iseT yen going to sleep on the bed without removing his muddy shoes or clothing If the reports as given to us De true most anyone having the same experience would have done as did Mr Chasteen and many would have made more cer tain their aim CALL FOR COUNTY CONVENTION The of Rockcastle County are called to meet in mass convention inthe Court House in Mt Vernon June isth 1907 for the purpose of selecting delegates to attend the Republican State Convention to be held in Louis June 19th 1907 the ob Ijectofsaid State Convention being t e purpose of nominating ticket of Republican nominees for the State offices to be voted for at the regular November election of thisyearr EJlU19bmReCo 7C1 Regular 1350 Suit now S1149 organIizedRogers of Keavy Ky The lodge will have about twenty charter members Many telephone users fail to ob serve even the simplest directions and regulations in talking over the wires and cause no end ofannoy ance to others as well as to them selves Old telephone users are often as great offenders as those who first attempt to use the phone If you wish to get satisfaction out of the wires just remember to ob serve some of the plain directions When you call over toll line andre ceive answer first tell who and where you are then state your wishes When you are caled answer by giving the name of your place or phone In local exchanges it is not necessary to state where you are as the drop number on board tells that itself but you should call say uno 99 or what ever the number of the phone is Instead of saying who is that esk if it is so and so when you get an answer toa call With the closing examinations Tuesday the Brown Memorial School completed another success whichIpostponed on account o the serious condition of J M Mc Donalds throat who had a leading part in the exercises The musical will be given some time during the yesterdayMiss all the students who had been reg ular in attendance during th Spring term to Langford for a pie nic With banners floating repre seating the college colors between fifty and seventyfive boys and girls with light heartst proud of their successful years w rkand glad too that vacation bad come spent a mostplasantdavfishings- troUingalongtbe riverbankS tell ing each other of their little ups and downs familiar to all school I boys and girls Dr A G Lovell and Mr ion IU hen did much o andth Other members of the facuty in arrang igfor this p easantday j outing rib Suitbnow Mrs G W Brooks and sister Miss Clyde Wilmott visited their many friends and relatives on Cop per Creek this week =A visit to Albright and Franciscos Marble shop in our city revealed several things which we had never dreamed of They have addedanother room to their shop and have at present over thirty orders for monuments ofthe nicest quality They are certainy doing a good business They are both first class workmen WeH Anderson operator Spokane is at home for a few day on the sicklist Miss Myrtle Adams of Lebanon Junction is visiting her many friends here and at Mt Vernon Mr and Mrs T W Hutcheson and son James Edward are visitin Mrs Hutchesons parents in cer county this weekH B Mc Clary has gone to Pine Knot Ky to act as Cashier of Pine Knot Banking Co during Cashier Mc Afees absence Walter G Smith Cashier of Farmers Bank at Sum mersvill was here Tuesday to Cashier Hutcheson of O O Stone has re turnedafter spending a week with at Cumberland Gap TennMiss Francis Forbes Level Green is a charming vfsito fefw Mrs Percy Benton and daughter Miss Willie were up from Crab Orchard Springs Wednesday John Nevius was in town las- tweekJ F Watson is attending the bedside of his mother at Bee compliesetion of V Smith has accepted very lucrative po sition with Downs Rankin at Corbin and has gone there to take charge of his new duties Miss Lizzie Storms has returned to her home at Keavy after spending a week hereMrs WK Shugars and son went to StanfordWednes- day t to attend the funeral of Miss Nannie Vandiveer Messrs M C andR E Albright M B Bowling W TJno EThos Wand Conn Evans O A and JG Frithp BCa55 M Ballard and Bryan Owenswere among those who at tended the Bert College Bxcrcisr fIll mlwearing THEYRE HERE FOR YOUR CHOUSING We YOU to be of thesatisfied For the nextfew days we finin 34 35 and 36 only I Regular 3000 Suits now 349 Regular 850 Suits now74S IpricesOur Ties Shirts hard T- jjSTAR BRAND Republicans inansweringa assistMissTaylor S1049 BKODHEAD Citize- nBankDr horaefolks diseasesAmos want one Suits sizes Collars es from here Wednesday On last Friday at 1030 A M the Almighty i eached down his band and took from our midst our beloved brother and neighbor Joel L Robins aged 62 Three sons and one daughter are left to moura the loss Mr Robins was devout Christian a member of the Baptist church having made a confession while a young man He was also a member ofthe Masonic Fraternity at this place and after an able funeral discourse preached by Rev A J Pike he was laid to rest by BapsAll the bereaved ones certainly have our heartfelt sympathy in their dark hour of sorrow but they must remember God knows best in all things gLIY1N1ST41V Mrs Rowzee has returned to her home near Livingston after a short visit to relatives and friends at Mt Vernon and BrodheadMiss Fan nie Douglas and brother Fulton of Jellico bveBeen spending a Jenss Lida Cook was in Louisville Tues day shopping Mrs W D Grif fin of Jellico Tenn is the pleas Georgerand mother Mrs Ann Owens Mrs Liz7ie Bowman formerly of Owensboro Ky but now of Flori da is visiting Mrs Bud Cockrell Mrs Bowman will probably make this place her home Mrs Ann Owens has returned from a visit to relatives and friends at Mullins Station = Mrs Houston McFerron and sister left for Winchester Ky Saturday to spend a few days with brother living at that place Miss Lillie Carter has returned from a very pleasant visit to Mrs Geo Reynolds at Corbin Michel Owens was visiting his sister Mrs James Taylor Saturday and Sun day Mesdames G4 Wand WeD Griffin dent Monday and Tues day at MaretburfiWill ODe I and Ben Griffin were down from Mt Vernon from Friday until Sun day Messrs James Taylor and Jake Pike are in Corbin in the in terest of the rN Wilt Owen l t is down from East Bernstadt visit ing his mother Mrs David Owens Miss Nell McFerron was here from Mt Vernon last week visiting Miss Georgia McFerron and Mrs W J ChildressMiss Anna Bell Dishon is the charming guests of her sister Mrs R A Whitehead and aunt Mrs George Pope Miss Bessie Mullius has returned to her home at Mt Vernon after a short visit to Miss Cora Adams Mr and Mrs Ed Quinn have re turned to their home in Paris after a weeks vist to relatives hereT- T Johnson was with relatives and friends at Lancaster from Friday until MondayChas Preston has returned from a visit to relatives at CincinnatiMrs Chas Harris anda little Elmer are out from Cincin nati visiting relatives and friends Mrs Nan McWhorter was in Mt Vernon Monday on business Mrs Susie Mullins has been spending a few days with relatives and friends at East Bernstadt Henry Delph has moved his family back to old Livingston again He has purchased the house and ten acres of land adjoining Jacob Sam brooks storeMrs John Shearer and children have returned to their home at Paris after a short visit with Mr rnd Mrs J C McGuire Tom Francisco and son Nick are down from Brodhead visiting Mrs Alfred OwensMrs Delia Minkof LaFollette Tenn is here spending a few day with her mother Miss Cora Adams was looking after the interest of Uncle Sam while our postmistress was away J R Carter has bad his house papered and painted and oth er improvements made TheChristian church is being repaper ed and painted at lastL H Davis is having his house repapered and painted Will McGuire was here first of week visiting his par ents Mr and Mrs J C McGuire After fifteen days and the examination of 156 talesmen twelve men have been secured at Boise J Idaho to try the case of WilHai D Haywood charged with tie murder of former Gov Frank Steunenberg The opening statement for the prosecution was wade y atlTjuesday mornings session s court o 4 i ift S v O 60 iConsumption is less deadly than it used to be o and usually complete recovery o will result from the following treatment Ib 4 Hope rest fresh air and Scott s t Emulsion ALL DRUGGISTS SOc AND SlOO o OOO O O 60 O O Priority in the invention of not only gun powder but also ci the art of printing is attributed to the Chinese According to Du Halde and the Jesuit missionaries print ing was practiced in China nearly fifty years before the Christian era Books in the Celestial Empire were made out of slips of bamboo 500 years BC in 150 AD paper was first made by 745 books were bound into leaes and in qoo when Europe was just emerging from the so called Dark Ages print ing was in general use among the Chinese For scratches burns cuts insect bites and the manp little hurts common to every family DeWitts Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve is tne best remedy It is sQothing cooling clean and healing Be sure you get DeWitts Sold by Chas C Davis druggist President Roosevelt was Mon day presented handsomely en graved plate of solid gold taken from a mine near the home of the Presidents mother in Georgia tA Bilious AttackS- ymptoms Sour stomach nasty taste in mouth sick headache sallow complex ion the world your enemy Cause inactConstipation ive liver overflow of bile into the system Relief Treatment for two nights before retiring with pJ 1WERW TONIC PELLET8 One a night dont worry sleep well and Naturell do the rest Entire Treatment 25 Cta Sole by CHAS l DAVIS and get your money back if not satisfied Sample tube and Booklet by mail Inc COStThis little pig went to market dcesnt amuse tonight t Babes 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 GREAT BARGAINForsale 198 acres land on waters of Roundstone creek near slate tunnel No improvements and only such 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 AGKNTS AN OPPORTUNITY THE OLD WORLD AND ITS WAYS BY WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN jSgTNOW READY FOR SOLICITORS taIkenRecounts his trip around the woaldand his visits to all nations The greatest book of travel ever written The people are waiting for it The agents harvest OUTFIT FREE Send fifty cents to cov er mailing and handling THE THOMPSON PUBLISHING CO St Louis Mo REOUEED RATES VIA ueeii descent olltea t ONTHE First and Third Tuesday J reach month tollany points 1 SOUTH t Winter Tourist Tickets now on sale good returning till May 31 i I 907 For particulars writ M H CKING0T A- f Lexington Ky f THE MAGIC NO 3 Nunber three is a wonderful mas cot for Geo H Parris of Cedar Grove Me according to a letter which readsAfter suffering much with liver and kidney trouble and becoming greatly discouraged by the failure to fidd relief I tried Elecrjc Bitters and as a result I am a well man today The first bottles relieved and three bottles compled the cure Guaranteed best remedy for stomache liver and kidney troubles by Chas C Davis druggist soc A Jim Crow test is to come before the Interstate Commerce Commission the case being thatofi a Tennessee negress Georgia who claimed she was an interstate passenger and had to be moved by force from the coach far white people into that provided for negroes YOUR LIVER is your best friend or your worst epemy Active its your friend Torpid its your enemy and its army is Constipation Biliousness Sick Headache elc JI JlVERILIS AND TONIC PELLETS healthyliversliver troubles Complete Treatment 25o Sold by CHAS C DAVIS satisfiedSampleBROWN MFG co6t Louis Mo GrnvlfloTannIC- ENPUCIiY FAIR DATES The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1907 as far as reported Officers 61 fairs are requested to report to us any omissions or corrections of datesBRODHEAD Aug 143 days Crab Orchard July 103 days Stanford Julv 173 days Henderson July 235 days Lancaster July 243 days Madisonville July 305 days Danville July 313 days Georgetown Aug 64 days Fern Creek Aug 134 days Lawrecceburg Aug 204 days Shepherdsville Aug 20 4 days Ewing Aug 223 days Shelbyville Aug 274 days Hardenburg Aug 273 days Elizabethtown Aug 273 days Springfield Aug 284 days Paris Sept 35 days Lexington Sept 236 days WEEKLYCOURIER JOURNAL AND SIGNALBoth one year for only SI 5O The Presidential election is approaching Times have changed That is all Mr Watterson is a Democrat and has always been a RepublicanI The CourierJournal is going to suppost the ticket And there you have it- Sendyour order forthis combi nation to us not to the Courier Journal The regulal price of the Weeekly CourierJournal alone is a year FOLiVS KIBNEV CURE WILL CURE YOU of any case of Kidney or Bladder disease that is not beyond the reach of medicine j Take it at once Do DisJeasenothing gained by delay 50c And fliOO Bottles REFUSE SUBSTITUTE CHAs F DAVIS LAND STOCK AND GltOlll A H Hamlln bought Niceley one pair of mules for 350 J J Hysiuger bought a god sized bunch or one and twoyear old cattle at a good price Mt Vernon can boast of having more number one milch cows than any other town in the Army worms have StateIdamage to crops in Western Ken tucky and according to reports received at the office of the Commis sioner of Agriculture the destructive pests have made their appear in Central Centucky IIn a report issued by the De Agriculture it is shown that the cottonjproductiou in the United States made on June 4 i j 6 was too lowland that the area planted in 1906 was about 32049 000 acres There will be no scarcity of hogs at any time during the com ing summer said George Pratt chief buyer for Armour of Chicago The country is still long on big hogs of the winter crop and by the time their are cleaned up the summer run of grass widows will be due Spring litters will be weaned and the sows fattened and market led with all possible speed because I prices justify it The money hog growers are now taking down is of the glittering variety and they may tnnk their stars that the public is eating pork and able to pay for it do not look for cheap hogs at any tine but outside light stuff it is useless to talk of 7cent markets jecause the grower is stocked up with enough hogs to make such a price impossible C L Ryley this week pur chased from Cogar Co of Mid wav R A Todd of Vilmore J F Horine Co of Nicholasville C S Williams John B Wmn and others about 20000 buihels of wheat at qoc to i orvD N Prewitt shipped last week to Cin cinnati 3 double dec of lambs con sisting of 434 held which cost hin from 6f to yc per pound The lotsoldgfoi 9 cents They were purchased B6yle and Lincoln counties Danville Advocate7J In his instructions to the grand jury at Hopkiusville Judge T J Cook directed close and careful investigation to the lawlessness in cideut to the tobacco war in Western Kentucky and told the jury it must return indictments if the evidentsjustified matter who was found to be guilty Judge Cook denounced the use of force in the fight against the tobacco trust and said if might could make right anarchy would soon prevail Am better prepared than ever to test and fit the eyes with glasses Have all the latest appliances for testing A fit guaranteed Do all kinds of watch and clock repairing Make your oldspec 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 KILLTHE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS ngsNew FOR cONSUMPTION OUGHS and OLDS Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB SJor MONEY 3A05 THE ORIGINAL LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP For all Coughs and assists In expelling Colds from the sys tem by gently moving the bowels A certain yells for croup and whoopingcough Nearly all other cough cures constIpating especially containingOpiates Kennedys Laxative1 Honey Tar moves the bowels contains no Opiates A kENNEDY Pricecll The Red Clover Bloc son eel the Honey Eec 011117bottle TId LAXATIVE HONEYaTARAT B a DeWI1TA 00 OHIOAQO U LA Soy CHAS C DAVIS i 1 IWe s- p2fic9rsr T If you are suffering from impure blood thin blood de bility nervousness exhaus tion you should begin at once with Ayers Sarsaparilla the Sarsaparilla you have known all your life Your doctor knows it too Ask him about it Unless there Is dally action of Ute bowels poisonous products are absorbed cuuslnir ache biliousness nausea dyspepsia and thus preventing the Sarsaparilla from doing its best work Avers Pills are liver pills Act gently all vegetable ffl MadebyJ AyeI Co Lowot1 7I8s1Also manufacturers of lJerS VIGORI We have no secrets We publish the forrmas of all our medicines It is expected that the Pennsyl vania Republican Convention which will meet at Harrisburg Thursday to nominate a candidate for State Treasurer will formally indorse Senator Knox for President A prompt pleasant good reme dy for coughs and colds is Kenne dys Laxative Cough Syrup It is especially recommended for babies and children but good for every member of the family It contains no opiates and doesnot constipate Contains honey and tar and tastes nearly as good as maple syrup Children like it Sold by Chas C Davis druggist HeadacheSufferers Do you want reliefin just a few moments and no bad aftereffects If so you have only to take Dr Miles AntiPain PillsIf subject to headache have them with YOU always No harm can come from their use if taken as directed as they contain no opium chlpral mor pliine cocaine chloro form heroin alpha and beta eucaine cannabis in dica or chloral hydrate or their derivatives Ask your druggist about them It gives me great pleasure to be able to refer to the Dr Miles Anti Pain Pills as the best remedy we have preventloiiwho has hen a constant sufferer for years with the above ruiiiil intf joins me in recommending Dr Miles Anti Pain Pills hoping they may fall Into the hands of nil who suriVr J I BUSH Watervleit N Y Dr Miles AntiPain Pills are sold by your druggist who will guarantee that the first package will benefit If it fails he will return your money 25 doses 25 cents Never sold In bulk Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind Mount Vernon Monumental WORKS Manufaturer ofand JDEALER in Marbles and Granite Monuments ofall kinds Estimates furnished on application GEORGE OWENS Mount Vernon Ky Jrodhcdd Marbe Work BRODHEAD KY Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents for Iron Fence- D Br ALBRIGHT Manager irI Cheaper than wood Will tat lifetime JfcfcMt Award Wends Fair St Unit 1H4 4over fatUMot less FMC ribotn h os ckJ bjce LowyricM trill MryriMTM GtU M c ii o b plNlNG COUNTIES L p A special from London says The jhty brought in a verdict of ten years in the State penitentiary against Dr C L Troutman who has been on trial here for several days in the Circuit Court ou a charge of having criminal relations with Miss Noja Adams a girl un der sxt en years of age r1 Troutman is a prominent physician of Eat Bernstadt this county wLere the Adams girl also lived Miss Adams forced an intrapce through window into Dr Troutf Mbns office during his absence same timeago and after taking a large quantity of a poisonous drug with suicidal intent died instantly The girl came to London the day before she took her life in Trout mans office and made an affidavit against him which caused his ar rest and started the prosecution against him Some of the ablest counsel in this part of the State were employed and ashard legal fight was made for him and be cause of the prominence of the par ties the case has attracted great deal of attention Nelson Creek Coal Cos plant will consist of two 150 horespower tubular betters twin hoisting en gine 18x32 one 28x30 air compressor and full completement of min ing machines Tracks are being constructed and building of tipple will soon be commenced When completed the plant is expected to produce 1000 tons of coal per day of 12 hours R S Lytle of Dan vitle Ky is president and John W Bastin or Pittsburif Ky general managerrMauufactnrers Record The prolonged search for Hock er the murderer oT farmer Veal among the caves of Dix river in Lincoln county vas unsuccessful and was abandoiicLas fruitless With a large reward ior hjs body dead or alive his escape is remark able Suit for 25000 damages has been filed against J S Gatliff mar shal of Williamsburg and his bondsman Dr A Gatliff for the killing of E Gilbreath recently The plaintiff is the widow ot the deceaed Taking in effect July i the fol lowing postmasters in this region will have their salaries increased Berea 1400 to r6oo Burnside 1400 to 1500 Columbia 1100 to 1200 Corbin 1400 to 1600 London isoo to 1600 Somerset2xoo to 2200 Bert Barber of Elton Wis sayshI 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 I am still taking the pill as I want a perfect cure Mr Barber refers to DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills which are unequal for backache weak kidneys infiamation of the bladder andall urinary troubles A weeks treat ment for 25C Sold by Chas C Davis druggist DAMON ERItOILCUTSSORESeu RHEUMATISM 2S= M L MYERS DentistMt f FirstClass I Work OFFICEAt residence on Old Main St known as the C C Wil liams residence PHoNE No 73 Will be in office at BRODHEAL 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