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EverytFriday lern ignlll VOLUME XXI MT VERNON ROCI CASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY NOV 1 1907 NUMBER 6 tt tto IIP u u =tatnritrt tt I ttttttt ttttntt n rHIHHnnnnUHHHHnnnHHHtHnnHnnnnnnnnnnn1nttnnnnnUntnnunnnunnn nnYH MI = U tj tl l 7y1r r E S J M= = B i 1jf = I 4Ii i7 I X Iw NEW GOODS 1J1 r t 3ww r 4- r NEW PRI CEf 1 I F New tCverything 1 I I 3Eg Everything for Fall and Winter that i N w 1 f EdUptodate Bl 3= t Y t =E Havent time to write ads g 3 3Ew Come and see the shown in C 3 w this country Tlinesever I e I= rr vz v t V Ar 4 rv GrIrn N Igf r c c a 711i1iilliliil 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111IIUIl1 1111111111111U111l111 ORLANDO Mr Geo Anderson is very sick at presentMrs Hacker Williams is numbered among the sick this weekMr Tom Hickey and Mrs Mary Sullivan of Pleasant View Whitley Co were visiting relatives and friends here last weekMrs- D G Clark is reported very sick Miss Minnie Anderson and Mrs Dr Childress were the guest of Mr J C Childress from Saturday until SundayProf Reppert was reported much better Wednes dayThe meeting at Maple Grove closed Sunday night with four additions Mrs Nellie obinsou of Clay Co was visiting her mother Granny Ball of this plabe from Thursday till Saturday John Shell and family accompanied by uncle Will Clark and wife Therma Hampton and Mrs Celia Clark left Friday for Red Fork ITwhere they expect to make their future homeD B Langford has uiuvcd to his home Oil Cove Branch recently purchased of Joshua Bore ingMrs Rosaline Nesbitt who was attending the bedside of her father Mr Rcppert was called bome Friday on account of the illness of of her husband xMiss Ila Proctor is the guest of her sis ter Mrs J AVoodThe three year old chid of John Bales was so severly burned Monday evening that it died Tuesday at 4 0 clock p m The child having on an outing cloth dress had got too near the fire and its clothes were set on fire and before the mothe r who had gone to the spring could teriiblylbarned face having inhaled the blaze which probably caused its death It was burried Wednesday evening at the Camel graveyard The famiy have our deepest sympathy DeWitt a Little Early Risers ar the best pills made They do not gripe Sold by Chas C Davis DeWitts Carbonized Witch Hazel alve penetrates the porers ealiingarid oun BltODHEAJD Mrs J W Hutcheson and sn James Edward are visiting Mr and Mrs M B Saliu in Mt Vernon A large crowd greeted the Hon WmJ Pnce of Danville who delivered one of the best Demo cratic speeches we have ever heard The Spiro BB Team played to a tie with the home team at this place Score n to 11 Mrs M E Wilmott has returned from a weeks visit to Cartersville W T Evans has returned from a two weeks trip through South Eastern Kentucky B R Wilmott has returned to Lebanon Junction after a weeks stay with homefoltisMr reIturnedfriend and relatives in May Wood The infant child of Mr and Mrs Maurice Frith was laid rest in the Methodist church cemetery last Friday morning at 1030 after an able funeral discourse Mr and Mrs McBarues visited at Jice LIck fist ofweekRev J W Masters of Corbin filled his regular appointment at the Christ ian church last Saturday night Sunday stud Sunday nightThe Modern Brctherhood of America was organized here last Saturday night The following officers were elected for the ensueing year John Robins Pres C H Frith Vice Pres M B Bowling Sect Dr 0 O Stone Treas and Miss Carrie Frittt Chaplain and Eugene Gentry Conductor Rev A J Pike and son Charles have returned from a weeksstay in Louisville Miss Katie Cass conic up from Stanford last Saturday and remained over with homefolks until after SundayW H Benton of Lebanon Junction is at home for a few daysMrs Eliza Roberts dear wife of John Roberts passed into the great beyond last Thursday aedevoted husband she leaves one son to mourn her loss Deceased 60 years of age anda devout member of the Methodist church She was one of those grand old women that all Rockcastle mourn when we loose such a grand and good woman as she was She was peacefully laid to rest in the Methodist church emetry at 230 Friday afternoon orrowingI sympathy in their dark hour of trouble DOWN oN ADAMS In futherence of the purpose of a large number of Pulaski Republicans to discredit Napier Adams Chairman of the Pulaski Republi can Committee and nominee for Clerk of Court of Appeals sixteen prominent Republicans joined in a card to Republicans of the county denouncing Adams as unworthy of theIcommissionand endorsing the position of The Somerset Republican in reference to his candidacy and calling upon old soldiers and Republicans generally to scratch him Those signatures appear to the appeal are followingiT Z Morrow James DUoi Walter Elrod Lincoln Denton Simpson Phelps E M Porch T F Nell J A Coleman J C Par ker J J Paule T M Scott N L Barnett J A L Jasper Clark Moor HH Smith J P Randall It is reported that a similar ap veal is in preparation with several hundred signatures attached Somerset Journal There is nothing better for stomache troubles than KODOL which contains the same juices as found in a healthy stomach Ko planforence sour stomach belching gas nausea and all stomach troubles So at times when you dont feel just right when you are drowsy after meals and your head aches or when you have no ambition and you are cross and irritable take a little KODOL it digests what you eat It will make you healthy Sold by Chas C Davis The people of Kentucky must continue to look to the Democratic party for all laws and reforms It is the dominant and the responsible e party in this state and it is willing to tang on its record which isIbrilliant one No party wi tit a long record of service ever made so few mistakes as the Democratic party has made in Kentucky Any party with the responsibility of power and legislation is subjecf to especiallyfrom but the Democratic partys record in Kentucky for the past eight years has been one of which any party might well be proud Its administration of economic affairs its conduct of State debt created chief ly under a Republican administration its steady building up ofan excellent and rapidly improving school system its giving theJpublic school teachers the highest per capita ever known before and its building magnificient 1506000 State Capitol arebut some of the many great benefits of our people owe to the splendid Democratic ad ministration to its great credit- s+ HE FOUGHT AT GETTYS x BURG David Parker of FayetteNi YJ who lost a foot at Gettysburg writes Electric bitters have done me more good than any- medicine I ever took For several years I had stomach trouble and paidcut much money for medicine beganItaking Electric Bitters I would not take 5oo for what they have forIfemale weakness Great alternative and bodybuilder best of all for lame back an eak c 1DavisITH EDITOR IOn of our school girl friends away somewhere cold calculating unsympathetic Southeast sends us a little apology for the editor which she has clipped from the Ladies Home Journal It reads las follows takeheIhas burGsIit If an editor makes one there is lawsuit swearing and fjtbe smell sjone COATS AND JACKETS 1 Light and heavy weight Jackets and Coats for Ladies from 3 to 15 We have a nice assortment Come while our stock has not been picked over and make your choice as we have only 75 of these coats andat 5 IWe150 per yard It will pay you to look our stock over We will be more than glad to show you you You are under no obligation to buy but we do in sist on you giving us lo- okHEAVY i i DRESS GOODSOur dress goods range in price from 22c to 2 per yard We sknow that our styles and shades are the latest Our prices are consistant with quality OVER COATS Our stock is complete in this line and are selling them at onehalf the regular price Also nice line of winter in fact everything that good dresser might want to keep off the cold Phone 87 I rv i KRUEGER SOt1 J r Mi Vernon Kentucky i nVrand a smell ofvarnish A doctor can use a word a yard long without knowing what it means but if an editor uses it he has to spell it Any old college can make a doctor You cant make an editor he has to be born Nothing truer was ever written Its as true as any passage in the Bible or any of the philosophy vhich we use to guide us in every day affairs Editors make mis takesthey are humanand their mistakes appear in bold type where they may be seen of all men and women who read If the doctor makes a mistake there is use for the ambulance and the undertaker The doctors make as many mis rakes as editors The only difference is that the doctors mistakes as this clipping says are covered upby the grave Why do people hold an editor to such strict account for his mistakes when they allow the mantle of charity to cover the mistakes of aj great many other pe pJeW can answer th question only by saying that editors are the greatest and truest people on eartliI8hey make a mistake th whenI dience is wonder struck THE CIGARETTE SMOKER Elbert Hubbard isnt the best authority in the world on all subjects but he is unquestionably correct in pronouncing against the use of cigarettes especially by the young In a late number of the Philistine he says As a close observer ndemploy er of labor for oye twentyfive years I give you this Neverad vance the pay oT a cigarette smoker never promote him never trust hinTtc carryd roll to Garcia unless you do notoare for Garcia rollandt Cigarette smoking btegiris with an effort to be mart It soon becomes a pleasure a satisfaction and serves to bridgelover amo ment ofYi ousness or embarrass ment Nextit becomes a necess lof lifea fled hajbiV This last wYstage soon evolves into con lttipn a stage oi feVerlind unrest full mind accompahied d r Nf Established 1887 and the a a underwear a r wandering by loss of moral and mental con trolInevitably cigarette smoking impairs health lessens usefulness and jeopardizes happiness and all with out compensation worthy of the name All smokers are not effect ed to the same degree but thereisi offlwith01tt LEBANON JUNCTION KY OCT 20 1907 Mrs R B Hatcher and family Dear friends It is with sadness and a heavy heait that I attempt to write to you Toneys letter to me was delayed and has just come to hand The sad news it brought has cast a gloom over our home and to speak of consolation under such circumstances seems almost vain It is a wound to our hearts which time alone can heal Little did I think when I bade him farewell at your door that it was farewell for lifeV Thjsmost forcibly reminds gai of the uncertainty of life rind alsoof the Masters words told that Lazuras was dead his answer was Be ye also ready is The short time that I have inspirjationpf the beautiful home life and leis love and tender regaid for his loved ones and wished that I could emulate his virtures He has left the greatest legacy to us all That of a pure and spo less life and we in turn cherish foud recollections of him as a lund friend a noble father and a faithful husband cord that ties human Slifetoeartb bufstrong is the bond that closely binds a spirit to our souls At any moment may the call that surely tbe answered thesuinmons takes waya roved one andWushes with a crueli sorrow human heartsDeath takes some dear ones and iqhis place leaves sorrowsadnesssadnessan d Pain but though this life cord so easily is broken and separations aresbquickly brought aboiijtithere is a hearti tiey that no deathan break Once only once but surely once will come to everybody the call that takes a soul from earth to the great beyond We cannot know why one rather than another has been chosen One greater and far wiser than ourselves has full control ot that great question It is our duty with the best grace we can command to bow submissively to the will of God And though he has been taken from us and we will never clasp his hand in loving friendship again en earth yet we do feel that some where or somehow we willmeet him again and iu that better world where will be no more pain by cruel pvr jugs and sad farewells With eyes that are moist with tears and with hearts that throb with deep emotion we extend to you all our sincere sympathy and point you to the blessed sympa thizing Jesus and remind you of Gods word that he will be nigh unto they that are of a broken heart In the time of sorrow and trial we instinctively turn to Him forconsolation and help andwho in such a time has ever turned to Him in vain Take comfoi atnd cons o anon from Him who is able and willing to give There is no death the stars go down- To rise upon a fairer shore And bright in heavens jeweledcrown They shine forever more YOUR SYMPATIZING FRIEND Published by request You cant be well if you have a weak unhealtby tired out stomach Neither can you feel good if by some little irregularityin eating you have caused the stomach to get out of order These little stomach troubles are signs of indigestion which may and very often does turn into a very bad case of dys onea y same thing to overcome it Take some good reliable and safe digestantlike- Konol for Dyspepsia KODOL is todayfortroubles arising from a discordered takelandby Chas C Davis OArOft 1 St IhtCiM w trAllllliIIIIt t fvt r VEHNON SIGNAL FRIDAY Nov i 1907 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOC Ailve thing rates made known on application MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PMESS ASSOCIATION a DEMOCRATIC TICKET For United States SenatorJ C W 3eckham For GovernorS W Hager l Attorney General John K Heml r cks 4 For State Superintendent ol Schools Si OWinfrey For Commissioner of AgricultureJ V Newman For Lieutenant Governor South Trim ble For Auditor II M Bosworth For Secretary of StateHubert Vree and For Treasurer Ruby Iafoon For Clerk Court of Appeals John B Chenanlt ANNOUNCEMENTS Weave authorized to announce G T JOHNSON as a candidate for Coui ty Court Clerk ebject to the action of the Republican party We aie authorized to announce W H Lowid as a candidate for County Court Clerk subject to the action o the Republican party Man has been attending horse races for thousands of years and will probably continue to do sc centuries after the automobile shall have heen succeded by some other invention The horseless age wil never appear iI its coming is de pendent on the automjbile or another inanimate invention sup planting the horse in the affection of the people The beauty of hi limbs his arched neck and quiver ing uostrils his haughty move ments ail appeal to the eye toda even a they did thousands of year ago Men with sufficient funds U gratify their pleasures will con tinue to pay fabulous prices for horses until the end of time Filtering the air to be breathe in the public school buildings h one of the latest experiments in St Louis and is said to result in great er mental alertness and activity ir the pupils The suggestion ha been advanced that the text ook in use be filtered next for the rea son that mental activity is wasted in tacking the trash with which leo many arithmetic and grammar publishers have flooded the country There is no doubt real jieed forrefrm in many books now in the schools MAKE IT YOURSELF There is so much Rheumatism here in our neighborhood now that the following advice by an eminent authority who writes for readers of a large Eastern daB paper will be highly appreciated by those who suffer Get from any good pharmacy vonehalf ounce Fluid Extract Dan delion one ounce Compound Kar gon three ounces of Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla Shake these well in ahottle and take in tea spoonful doses after each meal and at bedtime also driuk plenty of good water It is claimed that there are few victims of this dread and tortour oils disease who will fail to find ready relief in this simple homemade mixture and in most cases a permanent cure is the result This simple recioe is said to strengthen and cleanse the elimina the tissues of the Kidneys so that they can filter and strain from the blood and hystetn the poisons acids and waste matter whichcaus not only Rheumatism but numerous other leaSeS Every main or woman here who feels that their kidneys are not healthy and active or who suffers from any urinary trouble whatever should not hesi tate to make up thismixture as it is certain to do much good and Krriay save you from much misery and suffering afer while Ohoine druggists say they will either supply the ingredients or miX the prescription ready to lake if our readers ask them FAMOUS FEUDIST DEAD Uncle of Judge Hargis and Fatheww Law of Sam Jett Expires Lexington KyAfter escapiiT death at the hands of the feudists ot Sreathitt county William Spencer 80 former jailer and most noted character of Eastern Kentucky dropped dead at Oakdale Breathitt county Spencer was closely connected with the warring factions of the Breathitt county feuds as his sister is Julge lames Hargis mother and his daugh ter married Sam Jett whp furnished practically all funds with which to prosecute the Hargises He vas also an uncle of Jas Cook rill assassinated at Jackson Spencer was the first man to invade the courthouse to search for Cockrills assassins after the crime and regard ess cf the threat that he would get iis head shot off if he went into the circuit court room broke down doors but did not find the assassins SERVE BUZZARD AND DUMPLINGS One Italian Is Dead and Three Others Are At Point of Death Corbin KyAn Italian section hand employed here by the Louisville Nashville railroad killed a buzzard and cooked the bird serving it with dumplings He Invited three other ftalians to attend the spread and with great gusto they fell to and helped themselves Immediately afterward all four be ame violently ill An hour later the lost died in great agony and his three ountrymen are now at the point of leatih Physicians attending the men say helr condition is due entirely to hav ng eaten of the buzzard flesh The names of the victims are not known to the authorities as they ap ear on the Louisvile Nashville rec ord by number only Son Must Pay Damages Hopkinsville KyIn the suit of S J Mercer against his son Spence Iercer and his soninlaw Dr F H Thomas for 25000 for alleged as ault and battery the jury returned a verdict which assessed 100 damages against Spence Mercer The assault was said to have been committed on the night when Mr Mercer returned from a trip to Clarksville and to Guth- rIe in an automobile and at which time he was married to Mrs Kenneth McRae Girl Student Attempts Suicide Bardstown KyMiss Florence Ful on of Chicago a student at Nazareth icademy in an attempt at selfdestrac tion jumped from a window in the third story of the building and broke ier legs She had been in a state of high nervous excitement for several lays and was under the care of one of he nuns The girl took advantage of her nurses momentary absence and leaped out of the window More Money For Soldiers Frankfort KyGov J C W Beck ham has received a communication from Capt C C Calhoun enclosing drafts for 194322 collected for Span ishAmerican war soldters under the acts of March 3 1899 and April 27 1904 for pay to additional rejected members of the First Second and Third regiments of Kentucky Spanish American war veterans Another War Hero Dies Louisville KyHumphrey Castle man 64 died in this city He was a brother ot Gen John B Castleman and distinguished himself in the confeder ate army as a soldier In Morgans command Mr Castleman was a resident of Columbus Ga but had spent the last three years in traveling in an ef fort to restore his health Want Local Option Election Marrowbone KyA petition con taining the necessary 25 per cent of the legal voters of Monroe county has been filed with County Judge Joe S Miller asking that an election be held under the county unit law todetermine the will of the people of that county as to whether or not liquor shall be retailed there Oppose Joint Debate Louisville KyAt a meeting of the democratic city campaign committee the challenge of the republican cam paign committee for a joint debate be tween W M Bullitt and Congressman Shirley was declined It was not be lieved by the democrats that any good could come from such a debate CaptOred At Hopkinsville Hopkinsville Ky Officers Outlaw and McCord captured Alex Bausley 20 who is wanted at Legate Tenn on the charge of shooting his brother and stealing a horse on which to escape into Kentucky He is in jail pending instructions from Tennessee Wail of Jim Herndon Louisville KyWhat would have happened had I killed the right man was the wall of Jim Herndon in the criminal court when he was sentenced to 14 years in the penitentiary for murder Herndon was shooting at Henry Price and Jno Johnson got in the way Negro Had Hanged Himself Hopkinsville Ky Failing in Ms per sistent efforts to become converted like other youngsters at a revival meeting Phil Morse colored 16 committed sal chic by hanging himself from abeam izae stable His neck was broken This is what your gotcl wife will say when you buy her a new Fisher buggy You take her out driving she will gently lay her little hand over on your shoulder and say Dear this is sucha tr e buggy Dontit ride nice Oh I fev1 ro years younger right now aud I am so glad you bought it from Hugh APPENDICTS Is neina large measure to ar use ofthe bowels by employing rustic pugafves To avoid all danger use only Dr K ngs New Life Pills the safe gentle cleansers dud invigorators Guaranteed for headache biliousness malaria and jaundice at Chas C Davis drug store 25c During the 1904 session of theI Gel of Kentuckyra Assembly Fe rnary 26 I then beinga RemI ber of the Senate prepared reso J ln ion of investigation which as iirn ued by Senator Georgu Jis resolution will be found on pagts 187 and 688 of the Senate Jmnat of 1904 The resolutien proposed that a committee of five be appointed with full powet and authority to investigate certain ch irges made against members of the Senate in the Louisville Herald of date February 26 h 1904 This resolution was adopted und the following Senators were appointed on the committee ot investigation namely Senators George CanI trill Booles Cox and myself Sen ator Cox being the present norm nee of the Republican party for Lieutenant Governor j The article which caused this investigation iu substance charged that attempts haG been made to in duce certain whiskey and tobacco men in Louisville to send to Frank fort money for the purpos of in fluencing the Legislature upon certain subjects affecting the liquor and tobacco interests When the committee organizedI was requested to conducE the examination of such witnesses as wtre summoned to appear before it This I did Quite a number of witnesses were examined among them R K Smith at that time connected with the Continental Tobacco Company I believe its manager in this State On the 15 of March 1904 this com mittee made its report to the Sen ite which report will be found on rages 1183 and 1187 inclusive rf Senate Journal for 1904 This re port was a unanimous one ard signed by every member of the committee of course including Senator Cox The report full exhonerated ue members of the Several Assembly and in sever huguige condemned the Louis ville Herald for making tin charges and then for spiriting away the witness a reporter o the Herald who wrote the artkl which caused the investigation and who apyeared to be the only person who Uaimed to have any knowledge of the acts The report claimed the following The record of tills c te shows a wilful and delk erate attempt on the part of th Louisville Herald to circulate bro cast an article which would cas discredit upon the General Ate u blv make each member an objet t of suspicion bring humiliation ai d piiu to the members of his famih an 1 then refuse in any manner c substantiate the charge and ptt every obstacle in the way of the committee in its efforts to maler th rough investigation Suchr duct upon the part of n nevvspan r orofanj person shuiiid tie Co demned by eveay decent and fail man When the committee mode its n p irt it was received by the Senate a id filed There was no request mede to publish the testimony by any meirber of the Senate Democrat or Republicati The commit ee turned over the transcript 01 he testimony to me and I have it cw in my possession I would gladly permit this testimony or aii crtiou of it to be published except or the fact that as the Senate die t order its publication and tIlt muiittee placed the transcript lit ry possession to bold I do ito feel I am authorized to publishan part of this testimony except bj order of the Senate and for thi reason must decline to publish any portion thereof In the Evening Post of Tuesday Oct 29 1907 in an article header Hagers Demand of 5000 To bacco Check Not True In the the body of the article is the follow ng purporting to be a long distance telephone insage from Fen w Is Your Hair Sick Thats too bad We had no ticed it was looking pretty thin and rough of late but naturally did not like to speak of it By the way Ayers Hair Vigor is a regular hair grower a per feet hair tonic The hair stops coming out grows faster keeps soft and smooth Ayers Hair Vigor cures sick hair makes it strong and healthy The best kind of a testimonial Sole for over sixty years oMade 1Alaotiers PILLS 4f J J- rir i A ft r 1 I c i 00 i I IW a 001 1I i riW C t v rfi jjE- BARGAINS Just From The City3 VVRn Bargains Th f Qualtty With Prices Out1ng9c peryardo patterns UNDERWEAR ft- dfes1S Misses Childrens and Mens Cotnr wliile they last The newest nclmost complete in town Trunks Suit Cases and Traveling Bags leather and canvass tt Come now t t I5 G T JOHNSONI o IC sTORE Opposite Court Il- ouscBARGAINS P at or W HCox Senator W H Cox vv s aske over the long di tance phone for Ins statement of the matter 11The Senate Committee did nake thi investigation mentioned md during the course of it Mr mi ill did mike the statement un der oath that the American Tot ac Company had contributed 15j oo to the Democratic campaign fand The transcript of the evit deuce is I think now in possession of Senator Carroll- I have the highest respect for Senator Cox both in his official capacity and personally andabso lute confidence in his honesty but Siiintir Cox is mistaken in every particular in his statement as con timed in the Evening post Mr Smith did not testify before the Committee gutdcr ca h or other wise that the American Tobacco diHemittee liner oath or otherwise that inv amount had been contributed hy the American Tobacco Com pany to the campaign fund or by any tobacco company He did not directly or indirectly state that any mony had been contributed to the Democratic campaign fund by eny tobacco company corporation or individual and whatever infor mation Senator Cox may have on this subject he derived it from other sources than the testimony of Vlr R K Smith There is noth ing in the testimony of R K Smith which would induce any reasonable peison to conclude that uch contribution had been made and there is nothing in the testimo liyof Mr R K Smith or of any witness who testified befor Committee which directly or indil rectly implicates or connects I Hagcr then Auditor and now Dtftnocratict nominee for Governor with any campaign contribution from any Source The following is also in the same issue of the Eveningpost same ar tide which contains the statement of Senator Ccx purporting to be a question and answer of R K S nitlO before the Committee Question Did your company contribute to the Democratic campaign fund AfserIIt di It gave 15O o and in return US given promise of protection No such question was asked Mr Smith aud no such anser given by him either dinctly or irdheoth I neither from the testimony of witnesses befoie the Committe or personally have any knowledge cf any campaign contributions CHARLES CARSOLL Oct 29 KJO7 When the baby is cr oss and you have worried and worn out you will find that a little CASCASWEET the well known remedy for babiesand children will quiet the little in a short time The ingredients are printed plaint you the bottle Contains no opiates Sold b Cha U Davis Having sold my stock ot good at Orlando all parties owing ac counts to memust call and settle same at once either by cash or note I must wind up the business and you will do me a great faor by responding promptly to this call J A Wood Oct n 4fe Orlando Ky When you are in town aud want to see Hugh you will always see him lumbern and stavetf down the other talking about the Fisher buggy 1rifAi FLORIDA AND- NEWORLEANS CHM GE iFVIA QUEEN a CRESCENT ROUTE Winter Tourist Tickets tff1iOUT 1Goodfaforsjation and list ofloteis address IIJ H C KING C P 8 T JL 111 Mala St Kediftai Ky iIi DJM 01 i- I i- IfI I I IC s- ilEveryffnq r1W 1 t 1 U gg4ggggHt g i 1ist from the with new anti new rcest MtIS new we for we have the price that is in reachof all l fullest stock of Winter Underwear we have ever lliThe Prices to suit all mliy Call and see our latest styles 1GIVE us a trial and let us show you what we will do is we 111 AG HIATT Ij HIATT KENTUCKY loo 1= s rtSavings Account i Many persons keep their money here as a permanent in vestment because the risk of loaning individuals is avoid jed As an investment you can compute the net returns accurately U Small amounts may be Jtldel at any time A savings account offers a profitable means to realize on funds that are idle awaiting invefjtment You may withdraw a part or the J entire amount at any time With a determination to save you Q Iiare always welcome here Why not lend your money to the bank As borrowers we stand ready to receive such amounts W as you can save from time to time We will pay you a regu Jar rate of interest on your mon y Vell explain in detail if i ft you will call at the bank X THE BANKOF MT VERNON tINC01POHAIED j X MT VERNON KENTUCKY 1 = 9t1 t1ttttrr9tt9t9 t1 lt7 t1tY ttt1tt s YJ1t1ISS II II II 11111 1111 Willis Criffin aa PRACTICFUaUNDERTAKER AWD 3FUNERAL DIRECTOR = Mt Vernon Kv 3 E Stock Complete Can lurnish on short no = tice Metalic Coffins aLd Caskets and have Embalming = Edone Fine Hearse attached E ORDERS by wire PromptlyFilled = E Phone No 63 7lnnnUUUU1UUU1UUUU 1UUUU 1lUUIUHUU1UiU1 IUUU Subscrtheforthe SIGNAlw MTVERNON SIGNAL MT VERNON KY Nov 1 190 ze Cntl upNoyou wartto SIGNALZ9cate with Jt 0 I RCOJfTIME TABLE 2g0north 124 pm 24 north 340 a m 2fL south 124 pit 21 South 1220 a m TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at tlss1It Vernoi Ky Postoffice as colldt until utter PERSONAL Josh Parrel is visiting in Clay county Miss Bessie Miller is very much better Allen Lewis has returned from the West Mrs j W Hutcheson was the guest of Mrs M B Salin Miss Mattie Butuer has been very sick since Tuesday night The two W Hs Fish and Krueger visited Stanford Sunday Neal Parrett is able to be out again after a relapse of malarial feverMiss Fanny Redd of Crab Orch ard is the guest of Miss Risse Williams Rev B S Davault returned yes terday from a business trip through Eastern Kentucky Mrs R B Mullins and Miss Beulah Smith have been in Louis ville since Wednesday Mrs P H Shutts and little son and Mrs Vill Livesay were pleas ant callers at this office Saturday Mrs E B Brown and children have returned from a several week visit to relatives in Cisey county Miss Bessie Mullins will leae in a few days for Pagosa Springs Colo to spend the winter with her brother Walter The five year old child of John Harrison which has been so very sick for several weeks shows no s ti hn of improvement- Mrs Anna Shumate has rented the property joining the People Bank and will move here Dec ist to run a boarding house- S N Davis is here this week laying off in lots the farm of W Sparks and S W Davis recently purchased of R B Mullins Mis G H Albright was a passenger on Thursdays afteruooi train returning from Lawrenceburg to her home it Harboursville 4V Stewart of Wildie neigh boyhood his bought the Fields famor 2854 acres lying on Kirk ville pike north of Paint Lick Kr 2189750C the handle man writes from Bluffton lnd that he is very comfortable located and well pleased with his new location He closes by saying Let the Signal come on I cant do without it Ike Bowman better known rs Daniel Boone living on the Joplm place has more corn than Carter had oats at least is so thick in one field that it would be difficult for a rabbit to run between them Looks like he had rented out the ground to his neighbors for shock i r prpoe A B Furnish assistant cashier of Bank of Mt Vernon IS back from Washington and Jamestown Expo While taking a side trip on one of of the big steamers Mr F saw the operator of wireless tele graph station on the vessel receive- a message a few minutes after the wreck occurred on C 0 east of Lexington on which Carrie Nation was a passenger and who immediately after crawling our from the debris delivered a temprance lec ture4Dat Maccaroni wiless tele graph sno is cuis thing remark ed an old darkey who was an ot server at time Mr F was also an vonlooker at its operation LOCAL Call on Hugh Miller when ir town and buy a Fisher buggy Hugh can show you in e yen few minutes why you should buy a Fisher buggy IT Mrs Ping the aged mother o Mr Buck Ping of near Level r Green died Satu1day of the infirm ities of old age Theres no slight of handwork in the Fisher buggy because they are made of honett material Dont forget the Alain fugament Hugh will trade you a Fisher buggy to any old thing The Signal carries the good news to you all So Hugh can tell you a out the old reliable Fisher buggy 3ru sour od bhots to Fras k Bryant second door from Signal office and have them repaired strictly first class work FRANK BRYANT Uncle Sam pay rent amounting to 400000 every year And the burden is not even mitigated by the joy of being able to get out occasionally and hunt a flat Only a fair sized crowd heard Hon W J Price for the Demo crats and judge Kennedy for tin Republicans in the joint discussion in the Courthouse here Monday F R Asher has sold his inter est in the firm ot McLemore Asher to his partner John Mc Lemore Mr Asher will go in business again in the Smith storeroom 9n Main street The sister of I W Rider who recently visited him here died very suddenly of apoplexy at her home in Illinois Mr Rider left for that point as soon as he received word of her illness SCHOOL TEACHER WANTED A position for a young lady school teacher with some exper ience is now open The school i private and is controlled by a caolmining company For further particulars address this paper The Brown Memorial school succeeds as it never has before As it will soon be time for the public school teachers to decide upon some school to attend during the winter and spring months we would say to them remember the Brown Memorial before you make tny positive arrangements The Coal question is not a burning one simply because we havent got it to burn and the prospect of getting a winter supply for many ofour citizens is not bright at all for the rr ason that hut little can be secured from local auks and the big mines south oi us cleiin their entire output is sold There has een a general shift in eal estate in Mt Vernon this week Marshal Smith sold his jroperty on Main stet t to F R sher and in turn bought Mr Asher s property known as the Or Pennington property which Mr Smith again sold to Mrs Alice rate Mr Smith talks of locating tt Pine Hill W H Dewis whose announce tent has been running for sone time as a candidate for Count Court Clerk authorizes us to with lraw the announcement and sa- to hs frienJs who graciously tend pred him their support thtt he ap preciates the same and isvfry thankful to each and everyone Mr Lewis will go to Birmingbm and again enter the railroad biUi nessMr Willis Griffin aged 75 died very suddenly at his home in dui little city Wednesday rue hurt took place yesterdiy afternoon in Elmwood cemetery after short services conducted at his home The Iasonic order of which he had long since been a member officiated at the burial As time and spacewill not permit ofa full d cjropliitc write weerwe will in our next issue give R brief history of his life The sudden and untimely death of J W Renner which occurred it his home near Pongo this county on Saturday is deeply mourned by his many friends thorughout this county Little Joe as he was always desiginated was one of the countys best and most upright citizens and could claim many warm friends where ever known For several days he had been suffering from what bethought grippe but continued to go about his business On Saturday morn inghe had been at work as usual although he was feeling very badly and it was during the no nhour that he was seized with aCQngesI tive chill which lasted one hour followed by a temperature which ran exceedingly high At 3 oclock p m he breathed his last just three hours alter he was taken afM Bradley The burial took place Sunday at the family burying ground s i C PL ET coming and goingallthe time hers Star Brand Shoes draw pe plelolmy store season after These shoes end the other good things WON JALSTARSThese shoes are so good so perfect fluting so stylish that they satisfyi RGRANDsee them Rto fTRnDYfOR ViNTFRfAjfl1ff SHOES BETTER ifyou are not alreadywearing a Suit it will to your interest to can SHIELD a thing to wear until you see my irJeI handle a first class line of W ibuy thing to wear andcan save you moneTonevery deal i 4aTSHJND LIVINGSTON Mrs R B Hatcher of Level Green and daughter Mrs Wili Body of Corbin are visaing tIp- J F Woodall this wesk = Mrs Mary Williams is visiting relatives it Hazel Patch for a few days heonaid Woodail is quite sickat hs writing Has symptoms of tvphoid fever1r and Mrs Will Wright willjmove into the residence belonging to W C Mutlins on Main street recently vacated by Mr and Mrs Egbert Hayes Dr Childress and family wiil move into their beautiful residence on Main street recently purchased of Dr Jno Cooper of Lou ville Mr and Mrs Charlie Griffin are rejoicing over the arrival ofa fine girl baby the 26 Christened Ag uesThe little children of Mr ind Mrs Ernest thompson have vvhoopingcough and chicken pox Tom Burton is ij very poor health Has lung troubleT M Dees children have whooping ougbThe Ladies Industrial Association whose charter members ire Mesdames Geo Griffin Geo Cook James Anderson J B Hayes j T Chewniner Jno Clark Egbert Hayes and Miss Bettie wench and others are doing quite n extensive work in the way of quilting chatting and eating big dinners More names are being limited eachweek J T Johnson of this place and Ms Mattie Bowels of BryauJs ville were married at that city the 21 The bride is a sweet and lova ble young woman and well worthy the love of this noble young man whose character and nobleness of heart would be an exrellent example for most all our young men And hereswishing them happiness for all time to come and may the angels of love and bliss fold their protecting wings around their homeland guide them down to a peaceful old oge and at last at the gates of Paradice may they be uni ted again for all eternity Arthur Bowers was here last week calling on a popular young ldyThe prayer and praise at Christ ian church Wednesday evening was conductecby Mrs Clara Hayes Miss Myrtle Chewning will lean the prayer meeting Wednesday i 5 itLAt or t n r f r IfJ 1E t season 5TAR 1RP iT ARE be f t i WJr Y f J fo Jt 2 I I iA j z Jr8 b 3 3 c al1rlreadment to the faithful few who meet every Wednesday evening to sert the Creator wlio is through Hi own love and mercy allowing us lc live on in our tutltan kfui ness aHd sin Eug ne Orudorff is here visit ing his reU ivs and many friend Glad to see you back again Gene Mrs Mary M Hayes has return el to her home at Wildie after a peasant visit with her thee boy here Also the families of G W Griffin and Egbert HayesMr- Mr and Mrs U G Baker came d iwn from Mt Vernon Friday to attend the speaking ofour future President VicePresident Charles Fairbanks Messrs Be thuruin and Griffin were also down to attend the speakingMr and Mrs Ed Quinn and children we e down from Paris Sunday and Mon day visiting relativesMrs Harry Jenkins and little son came down from Corbin Saturday to yisit her parents Mr and Mrs J B Hayes Sam Penningtou is having two new rooms added to his restaurant besides other improvements Henry Delph has moved hisstore into the big store house belonging to W C Mullins recently vacated by Dr R G WebbBen Brut mitt has movedinto his house on Main street recently purchased of W H Sigmon Rev Cambelt will conduct services at the Christian church Saturday evening and Sun day morning and evening Ernest Thompson was visiting homefolk- sSundayMrs Susie Hicks is no betterMrs Sallie Jones is quite sick at this writingMrs- W M Preston has spent the week in Louisville Mrs Pete Drum mond has returned after a pleasant visit with relatives and friends in Knoxville She was visited while there by her friend hire R G Lemons of thispfaceTheLiv ingston telephone exchange has been moved into the house belong ing to Mrs David Owens J W Baker is having his store house re painted J A Mullins lasgone to Ettawah Atred Pointer and wife have moved injlo the house belonging to Joe Dickerson ori Jeff erson streetThe little child of Mr and lrslTriahAdmsha ty vA 1 i t c c haoidrisGeoJPope has been uteudiug the Methodist Convert Mon in Louisville returning to her home here Weduesdav Jimmy lcPherson an L N man cow turned sulfide at Louisville Vtt week He was formerly of this ljce He leant sa host of relati vs nd frietillj besides a lovable wife Md Jhildwho are prostrated vith grief The cause for such au set is qui e uuknbwnMr and Mrs Chas Graves leave to day for Cincinnati They are leaving Livingston for good and we are very sorry indeed to lose them Mr and Mrs James Hall and Will O Dell attended the funeral of Mr Willis Griffin at Mt Vernon yesterday They will visit the family oi G S Griffin while thereMrs- A H McKerrcn and son Roy are visiting relatives in BereaMrs Jacob Sambrook are visitnrela tives in Cincinnati and Newark O Mr A B Furnish stopped off here a few hours on his return from New York Washington and JamestownMrs A N Bentley and Mrs H D Magee leave to morrow for Louisville where Mrs Bentley will spend the winter Mrs Clara Lucy of Waldesh spent a few days last week with her nieces Mrs W J Childress and Miss Georgia McFerronMr and Mrs Geigel of Crab Orchard returned home Saturday alter pleas ant visit to Mrs Geizels parents Mr and Mrs Dickerson Mr W i Miss Lula Mnllins Gilson of this place years old was solemnized at Louisvilt the 2 and of last month Magistrate Keigwln officiated May their pathwa he strown with roses minus the thorns of adversity a 8 PUBLIC SALEIwiJl sellntl public utcry on Saturday Nov 16 1907 all the housthold goeds kit chen furniture also office fixtures books instruments etc of thelatei Dr SV Adkins Terms cash Mrs Emma D Adkins Nw 3tj POSTED tyi cents lor eaclinaia to h Uttfim JaiC 1JI8ash rnutnccompany an atlverUsc mqhtuuilor this head We whose names appeiar bplow strictly forbfd hunting fishing oc any land of trecspassingon out places mind will prbgeeutc violatorss totliQ- full jxtetitcfte law saYB or BRNDft and try on one Dont 7fDiWr marridgellof A bi 50-t AND 4O0A SHOE uP SHOD1tkl i f tl I tl p IonrimfirlowerinThis TKarn the made lot It is owlsfoxesmilledfreentTlrcfnJircarms Co 42 Willow Street New Haven Conn 1Offup J7 pfta7b7af7l7ft2F7CTJ 7Jn 7 l a 1 BROWN MEMORIAL SOHOOLW 3 StrongO School GramI tmar Intermediate Primary Music Cooking and Sewing p3f Only three places left in the dormitory and cottages out K good homes in the town are open to students Terms Uz ti Board and tuition 10500 Tuition alone 3000 2000 Kt 1500 catalogue addressiAq iilSS IDA 3L TAYLOR Principal Rf- d Mount Vernon Kentucky f M t1J4Jafada tr 7Lfa aLZfLarafiC1Lo COLLAR LABEL I LD N u llTl r4 K To buy ctothes from a general appearance stand point as all gladeslook iT9S SA To buy clothing with the Shield Libel as shown above attached to colhu The litail price is also attached to coat sleeve ITS G1J1 RATT relive r FOR SALKBY jCA OLIVER Livingston y J J OOOOOO1 OOOO tGtooo OOOO t O 4 A Boston schoolboy was tall weak andsIckly AIh flabbyPhisQ ear oentire body t gThephysician who had attended Rthe family for thirty years prescribed 4 Scott J Emulsion O NOW 0- fi a 1To feel that boys arm you 4 would think he Was apprenticed to a blacksmith 0 100cfALL DRUGGISTS 50c AND 9 9 OO O OOOOO O METROPOLVTMtT- IIj BEST PLACE IN ROGKCASTLE TO BUY Pructs taUoney Qigarp Yobcco painty Oil and Patent ftedieines Diseases of Children A SpeciaFfg s C DAVIS Prop PHONE No 53 MAIN STREET MT YBRNONrKI gG Yr 3C3QK i GRANVILLE OWENS LUNDERTAKER 1 i I Brodhead K i W- UrNi A M IF COMPLETE TeleIphone F COMPLETELINE a NEW COMPLETE of GENERAL theIILIa at the LOWEST Prices A FULL LINE Clothing Boots and Shoes Hardware m and Queenswaare Groceries and Dry m Goods 7 W Ha RICHII Andrews T I rqaFA PROMPT EFFECTIVE REMEDYFOR ALL OF RHEUMATISM jg g AleuralglaKidney j Hlnrl dDlesasos QUICK RELIEF g it affords almost in v stant relief from pain white permanent results are being effected by taking in ternally purifying the blood dissolving 3 the poisonous substance and removing f from the system ffl DR SD BLAND v or Ga writes KJ K yearswith couldtfoundwpracticeforraeumatliinand DRCLGATESH- nncockl nn writes weakbaekcatllledbycould not stand on her feet The moment put her dawnon the floor tba would scream with pains I treated her with and today beIIt practiceFREE RheumatismLumbago Trouble or any kindred disease write to us for a trial bottle of 5DROPS 1PURELY VEGETABLE SDROPS is entirely free from Olum cocaine morphine alcohol laudanum and other similar ingredients Large Stzo Itcttlo 200 JoiefclOO For Sale by ISruscleU SWANSON OOBPAriri t Dept 4X 174 Lake Street Chicago LINE = x Coffins Caskets and Robes W All ITX4 M rE x5 a OR and Liiie r Best Of FORMS GIVES Applied externally it Brewton SDUOPS Kentucky 1 n2= Mount Vernon Monumental WORKSI 1M anufacturer ofand DEALER in Marbles and Granite Monuments ofaU kinds Estimates furnished on applicationGEORGE OWENS YOUR LIVER is your best friendor your worst enemy Active its your friend Torpid its your enemy and its BiliousnessSk1 DAMOWS1ILLs AND TONIC PELLETS healthyliversliver troubles Complete Treatment 25o OHAS C DAVIS 4 WAY BACK IX THE 79S Tf CourierJournal recently in itt news columns devoted consid erable space to the declarations of Miss Pheobe Cousins as tit prohibition which are in accord with those of Henry Watterson Her name couplet with Vr Wattersons aecalls a chivalrous act on his part In 1876 he was ihe Presiding officer oi the Nation al Democratic Convention which nominated Samuel J Tildm Hav ing in charge a inesudrial of the Womans Asocuition of Missouri Miss Couzins desired to be herd belore that I oly There was man ifested impatience at the request and when put to the Convention by t Chairman a storm of opposition arose Being then young land beautiful of person Mr Wiitterson had her esc rte to the stage an ticipating the effect of attractive young womanhood upon an audi- anceof men though coldblooded politicians Her prepossessing pearance at once had is effect As she was in the act of beginning hf r speech one and obstreperous dele gate shouted that he rose to a point oforder As quick as a flash and in happy in hippy repartee Mr Watierson said The gentleman will take his seat no poiut of order is in order when a lady has the floor This compleely squelched the disturber and Miss Conzh s had a respectful and attentive hear ingIn this hurrying moneygetting aggressive age there is a disposition to leave off some of the refinements which help over the tough places and smooth the rough edges As an evidence of a high clli1izat n and as a test of sterling manhood chivalrous bearing toward woman kind will always rank first let us hope and believe Miss Couzins is a middleaged woman now She has Changed some of her opinions since then But it is safe to say she will never forget that glorious summer day way back in 1376 Knoxville Sentinel = Ti1 a tLmlr Sur JHt Arm CU THE fiU S r IWITH Faf IIAND AiLTiltClisAr r ZllfcTiOJI3L s OB11ORIn Ulile Ills it Ohildren Mothers and all others who have chil dren about the house cannot do their families a better service than to learn of simple and reliable remedies that correct childrens ailments Many grown peo ple are suffering today for the ignorance or negligence of those who had charge of upChildren to constipation and if it isnt corrected early the bow els get in the habit of not working nor mally and soon chronic constipation results that may last off dud on all through life Then children eat almost continually and as a consequence indi gestion sets in soon followed by worms or stomach pains or diarrhea or any one of a rightitselfptesentandA better way is to give the child a dose of somethlur intended to cure that very trouble and nothing better for ths purpose known than gripesIa cen childfromchild whose stomach is in goodworking order diseasesMrs the remarkable health of her child to Dr Caldwell- Syrup Pepsin which shecivcs regularly in thes disorders lira Eversole of Hinsboro is ofherderful remedy Try it in your own family an Everybottleend the purity of ingredients is also vouched for FBEE r STThosc wfchiac to try Syruo buy lag have t tree sample bottle y usir bore addressing the This to ttatUie remedy as to those Jiro taken it for symptoms livr or diseaci Gertlest oldfeltsSure as Tills bears guarantee jFEPSiM SYRUP GO i1ta OaSdwcn B3dg KcntlccHc HI Sold by elIAS C DAFIS IFOR SALEOue house and lot located in Livingston Ky The house has sx rooms and hall good out houses and cistern all in good condition Also a farm of 13 acres located en Big Hill part in Rod castle and hart in Jackson county louse contains nine rooms good outbuildings welt improve well watered and snflkent timber l run the farm Address BALLARDi =I I ARSONIRI WALLS PAPER ROOM- MOULDINGS ETC Let us make an estimate on work before placing your order I All Work Guaranteed vuf c0 CO cn zMIr 2 9 FTI J Tt 1i Z I1 C NY a rc XJ c I in rn o oIYIJnCflI iIIJCfl zt v- p5ss I tmG I I CI m I 11t I eI1Ak2 0 1ifo ii tearr J t li3r v J t Ars f 3 1yY t Zt 1J r 4J yt itietlQtr 1 L fE jW r tr tfY DClLr f aJom- ZI jrTI f U b I tw z o rC 0 a Rr to ca IDNr r II Great assistance in relt viug the finantial stringency is expected ro result from the large engngem nt of gold fir import and front e further large en jnfj nv t which it is believed will he made within moveImentan markets together with the revival ofa ieuian i for copper abroad will give the United States large credits with forejgn bankers and these can be availed of in bringing in gold it is confidently believed to the fullest extent that may be nece sarrfX HARDDEBT TO PAY eI owe a debt cf gratitude t t can never he paid off writes G S Clark of Westfield Iowa for r y KirgasNew Discovery Both lungs were theseemed imminent when I comrren Thedoaiiuous dry hacking cough quit andIDiscovery for coughs colds and all throat and lung complaints Guar mteen by Chas C Davis druggist jjoc aud 100 Trial bottle free A SIGNIFICANT PRAYER May the Lord help you make Bucklens Arnica Salve known to ailwrites J G Tenksns of Chapel Hill N C It quickly took the pain out of a felon for me ind cured it in a wonderfully short time Best on earth for sores hums and wounds 25C at Chas C Davis drugstore c6S 0it3 Aseals Signature of zIThe Post laster of Gasconade Mo Daniel A Bugh says of De Witts Kidney and Bladder Pills I am doing so well and improving so fast in health that I can not say too much for your Kidney and Bladder Pills I feel like a new man DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills are sold by Chas C Davis R W DYOH E DI Ii pf li 1 S a 9 MT VERNON KY Office illbId brick opposite Courthouse All Work Guaranteed Satisfac try Crown aud Bridge Work a Specialty jrodhea Marble Work KYBODHEGranite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents for Iron Fence- D B ALBRIGHT Manager M L MYERS Dentist Mt Vernon Ky FirstClass Work OFFICEAt residence on Old Main St known as the C C Wil liams residence PHONE No 73fC C Williams ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KY OFFICE On acd floor ol The Bank of Mt Vernon on ChU street Special attention rchI to collections Phone No 80 de MeCLftR Y Undertakertiai EmbalmerLINE Complete Robes cIOrders by Telephone attend ed promptly Stanford KyV p 11New Store Sr a Our new Grocery store is now ready for the 1inspection of the buying public and we invite 1 you to call and see our line Our goods are Qranything ev a propose to supply the wants of our customers in every Groceriesi yourlT 56IA iW H CARMICAL CO 11 Next door to Bank of Mt Vernon Mt Vernon Kentucky tif dJC 6 rcsl CLOTHING time think o- fOvercoats Our stock your and look modelsAll newest in Every perfect wide back The price reach of SUPERIOR TO TAILORMADE Because a better garment money made better wearingand ready to w- ear1byJ5i1i1 JONAS MCKEZ1E I You cant afford miss the old reliable for SPRING and SUMMER Storei Dry Goods Staple and Fancy rWecarrJno shoddy secondhand auction sale goods only the such as con r scientiously recommend customers and us when ofanything line Phone No 8- 3JONAS McKENZIE ini Female Weakness Fallwrites Mrs S Bailey of Tun nelton W Vatt I was going down by inches from female disease with great pain After tak ing Cardui Oh I How I was benefited I am not well yet but much better that I will keep taking Wine Cardui till I perfectly curedDespite the envious attacks jealous enemies and rivals Cardui still holds supreme position today the past 70 years for the relief and cure female diseases stops pain tones up organs regulates functions and aids Ithethe replacement organ of IIAt Every Drug Store in 100 Bottles I WINEOF aleI981tcrescreek near slate tunnel No improvements and only such as necessary to supply the necessary use on the land 40 acres ridge land leVeh Would make an ideal stock farm 297 to new is for at the new over coats line is full vel vet or full is the any man you get for less and its Jf to i we can to our see in our G am so on of am of as in of It and Write FREE us a your symptoms Free Advice in ADVICEIThe Address Ladles nooga Tenn CAR DUIJ bounddryaress R L McFerron Mt non Ky or this l3TOY tBean the Signature Its ready things Long lapels Inlaid collar velvet collar within better your best Call need Last My timber Chattanooga Ver office CA let MtZ8ff144 rig