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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rPublished Every Friday iiurai1EstablishedVOLUME XXI MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTS KY FRIDAY JULY 24 1908 NUMBER 43 i AOi i LOUD y Dont forget your cash as these are cash prices BEST f1 3 1V5 Cents 5 n- f s For the next 30 days 1 I wil sell all j i 10 cent rtaicles at 7 cts il 25 IQ cts 50 39cts p J 100 u 79 cts 1 150 c 110 jyi 1 MENS i Suits worth 1600 newL3OO Suits worth 1500 now 1200 Suits worth 1200 now 900 Suits worth 800 now 650 1 Suits worth 750 now 550 YOUTHS f t Suits worth 550 now 400 I CHILDRENS5 Suits from 80 cents to 2 I Boys Corduroy pants were fOPrices on Shoes the same as fother goods Come whilef fISA t I SKIRTS I- J A lot of Ladies Skirts were p3 to qnow 150 to f25ol a great bargain A lot of LinoliumGarpetfand fRugs COME NOW I- IGTJOHNSON SO K STORE Mt VernotSCy EH LIVINGSTON Your correspondent and wife last week in Crab orchard their mother Mrs Kate agee and other relatives =Bro be the pastor of the Baptist church at tIlls place with his wife and little dai g iter have located at have taken rooms tintEight Orndorff and hoard Gables We are cer tainly pleased to welcome them in our midst and they remain MrindefinitelyI and children are visiting rel tit in Stanfordand attending the surrounding fairs Miss Mae Magee has returned to her home in Lancaster after visiting relatives at this place for the past two weeks Ed Hayes night pumper is on crutches for a fewdays the result of a tram car loaded with coal running over his foot a few nights ago William Baker who has been is we are qmebeout again There will be a union Sunday school picnic at the Sambrook grove next Saturday July 28 given for the three Sundayschools of the Baptist Christirn and Presbyterian churches Let everyone come and have a royal time and be sure you bring a well filled basket of good things to eat Mrs Laura Johnson G W M of Louisville and Mrs Bryant A G W Mof Corbin visited the Eastern Star Chapter at this place Tuesday last Delightful refreshments were served and the meeting was as usual a grand success in every particular The visiting ladies were entertained by Mesdames C H Rice Jacob Sambrook and J R Carter We wish the ladies much success in their workand may they reap the harvest of which they are so deserving J F Neighbors of Louisville was shaking hands with his many friends at this place Tuesday and Wednesday I wish to say to the patrons and voters of Livingston school district that on Saturday August i st there will be an election held at the school house for the purpose of electing a school trUSt tee to serve for this district There is two candidates for this office Dr W I Childress and your correspondent H D Magee with both of whom you are all well ac quainted I wish to say as to Dr Childress there can be nothing said by me or anyone else detri mental to his standing or ability lo officourse ii I could say anything about myself I would not be likely to say it We are not opposing each other for any personal reason or because we have any personal interest in the employment of teachers but IamI nterested so far as having a good school in our town which is badly needed and I assure you that if elected I will discharge the duties of the office to the best of my abili ty 1 will give you my opinion as to my plans for employing our teachers and it is this Have applicants make application in writ ing and when all applications are in then give ample notice to the attthe school house in mass meeting and put the applications before the meeting aud let the majority select the teachers wanted and then rec omend this teacher to the board for approval This is a duty we owe the public and I think it would meet with the approval of all pat rons and voters and I am sure it will keep the trustee from being accused with having an ax to grind I dont know my opponents views in regard to the plan but am sure be will give good service In the ca pacity and while I would feel highly honored to serve the people as their trustee yet if the majority of the voters think my opponent could serve them better I submit without a word Hof protest but earnestly solicit your support not for any personal gain but I would like to have the honor of being in strumental in having a numberone school instead of allowing this hon or to go to my worthy opponent I nsk you to voteasyou think best but take enough interest in th welfare of our town and the scho i children to vote for one or e other LEVEL GREEN The farmers are rejoicing over the recent good rainVarnd Uncle Bill says the nomination qf Bryan and Kern is beginning to work miraclesThe series of meetings which were ably conducted by Drs Hudson and Riddell at Friendship dosed Sunday with uventytwo dditionsJ M Craig of Quail oflthismules for 2bo Red Mullins the Trading K ingot Level Green still buys Jersey calves and Banty roostersItired of livinga bachelor life eloped on last Friday night vith Miss Lura Baker the beautiful andaccomplished daughter of Mr and Mrs Andy Bakerof Plato Grover and his bride were given a warm reception on their return Saturday evening when the youngsters of the village gathered with horns muskets cowbells dishpans washtubs etc and made the evening hideous Here is hoping that their future will be as happy and peaceful as the present is promising Mrs W F ONeil who has been sick is rapidly improving The school at this place will begin next Monday with D R Gentry as principal Tames Lewis representative of the Sue Bennett Memorial School London Ky was in this vicinity Saturday in the interest of his schoolD R Gentry purchased from O Mullins a calf for 750 On account of unfavorable weather blackberries willnot last as long this season as usual Mr and Mrs W J Brown of Science Hill visited the formers parents at this place Saturday Miss Flossie Isaacs of Elgin Has been visiting Miss Katie Price at Level Green the past week Red Mullins purchased from Mrs J N Brown a young Jersey lowRev J B Brown formerly of Level Green but who is now located at Manor Tex Writes that he is well pleased with the Lone Star people climate and general surroundingsMrs Sallie Gentry of Quail visited Mrs J N Brown Sunday last This is what Hon Jake Moore State Warden of Georgia says of Kodol for Dyspepsia E C De Witt Co Chicago 111 Dear SirsI have suffered more than twenty years from indigestion About eighteen months ago I had grown so much worse that I could not digest a crust of corn bread and could not retain anything on my stomach I lost 25 lbs in fact I made UD my mind that I could not live but a short time when a friend of mine recommended Kodol I consented to try it to please him and was better in one day I now weigh spore than I ever did in my life and am in better health than for many years Kodol did it I keep a bottle constantly and write this hoping that humanity may be enefited Yours very truly Jake SMoore Atlanta Aug 10 1904 old by Chas C Davis PINE HILL Mr Jesse McFerron of Hamil ton 0 is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs A H McFerronBro appointI John LunceFred Cottongim Lily is with homefolks for a few daysMiss Byrda McHargue left for Blanche Wednesday to visi her sister Mrs J J CookMr and Mrs Tom Manuel also Mr and Mrs E B Manuelattende the Crab Orchard PairW R Thomas was in Mt Vernon on business Friday There will be a pie supper o the lawn at Mrs Will Cottougims on next Tuesday night the 28th for the benefit of the new churc house Everybody invited REVELATIONI It is a revelation to people th severe cases of lung trouble tha have been cured by Foleys Honey and Tar It not only stops the cough but heals and strengthens the lungs L M Rugeles Reas nor Iowa writes The doctors said I had consumption and I got FoleysHoneeit stopped the oIhemorrhages and pain in my lungs and they are now as sound as a bullets f OK3eC IY I o 1r oir Being overstocked on certain lines it is necessary we run our stock down and in iw order to do so we offer our entire stock of Shoes Cfofhing and Motions At 20 Per Cent Discount Dress Goods and Calicoes- Our entire line of Dress roods an d Cailcoes go at a discount of iM 15 PEJ2 GENT s- ry KRUEGER S SOrt Mt Vernon Kentucky I w Phone 87 r 3KDK3S3 S 1V I L DIE Born on Monday to Mi snd Mrs Clell Mullins a girl Mother and baby both doing wellSchool opened at this place Monday with Miss Nettie Oldham as teacher Mrs Jane McNew is quite sick at the home of Dr and Mrs Laswell The whooping cough has about subsided at this placeMrs Mary Chasteeu and little daughter Ruth have returned from a several days visit with Dr and Mrs Monroe Pennington at Bertha The infantoLMrs Mary Wardloe is very sick at presentMrs Jack Baufle of Berea was the guest of her sister Mrs Eva Haves Saturday and SundayMr Harrison Reams of Dudley visited his sisters Mrs Jane McNew and Mrs W D Laswell Tuesday Tom Hayes of near this place is on the sicK list Miss Mary Jones was with home folks from Friday until Sunday She is teaching the Climax school Dr Baugh was in our town last WeekMiss Beulah Coffey was the guest TuesfdayThe infant of Sherman Chasteen is reported very sick ChasteenThetson Mr James Reynolds typhoid fever The infant of Mr Orlandoddied Sunday of whooping cough DEAuMr Ike Legeer died Wednesday at 130 oclock after a Henleaves a wife and four children besides father and mother some hishdeath The eldest son is also down with typhoid WAR AGAINST IIPTIONtAll nations are endeavoring to check the rages ofconsumption the white plague that claims so many victims each year holey Honey and Tar cures coughs nit colds perfectly and you are in no danger of consumption Do not risk your health by taking some unknown preparation when Foley s Honey and Tar is sate and certai- in results s1tttttttttttttfittt1tJYttyttt tJttttttfttJttttttftttttttttt fIEE who trade 12 with us we will give absolutely free a 3 customerEonewof the twenty five tickets corresponds to a number = in a sealed envelope which draws the watch Dout fail couponw 3 w SUMMER GOODS In order to close them out Eweare making exceptionally low prices on all kinds of = Summer goods Bargains = JRJ STOKES e EOn ssat Pork Skeggs Greek wrltlee miles South of Mt Vernon E P S Remember that in connection we have a gener =al blacksmith shop Wagon making andrepairing a 3=specialty = 111111111111111111111111111111111111 11111111111111111 111111111111111111IS KENTUCKIANS GRATIFIED All the Kentuckians who travled to Denver were gratified over the fact that from the tap of the bell until the convention was adjourned the Bluegrass State set the pace The others followed On every roll call Kentucky was there and led the way During a great part of the time the convention wasl actually Urun by Kentucky the important motion s and all the big moves on the board came from Kentuckys delegation The vice presidential race was unsettled until Ollie James cast the twenty six votes of Kentucky for John W Kern of Indiana That settles it murmured the various State delegations who were at sea and within five minutes the n ames of all other candidates were with drawn and Kern was named thde on f Pennsylvania but it was determined when Kentucky without falterin went on record against the Key OIhne James thrilled 20000 men and women with his oratory and mad e themall tired worn and sleepy sit up at the break of dawn and go through with every gesture tha t he made like so many cigar store Indians that had been converted into wild Indians by an electric spark Nearly every newspaper in the Jamesloforator in the Democratic party and some said heCCstoodhead and shoulders above them all inall parties treatmentfor FoleysKidney FoleysKidneyout tissues and strengthens these todayreversedi thatgnot continue to pay alimony to his former wife who is now hrs Louis V Bell- v Ar MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY July 24 1x908 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO f Advertising rates made known on application MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATIO DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Congress HON HARVEY HELI1- fANNOUNCEMENTS For Commonwealth Attorney We are autorized to announce B J Be thurum a candidate for Commonwealths Attonier TwentyEighth Judicial District subject to the action of the Republican Primary Election August 15 1908 For County Court Clerk We are authorized to announce G T JOHNSON as a candidate for County Court Clerk abject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce FELIX BOWMAN as a candidate for County Court Clerk suject to the ac tion of the Republican party FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce CAM MULLINS as a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican party we are authorized to announce w A TAYLOR as a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican party FOR ASSESSOR We are authorizep to announce W H BAKER as a candidate for As sessor of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican party Hou W T Bryan and Hon John W Kern the Democratic uominees for President and Vice President have asked that the farmers business and professional men who desire to see their elec tion next November contribute such amounts as they feel disposed to give for the purpose of defray ing the expenses of the national campaign They go further and say that contributions will not be accepted from the corporations or money powers and it is therefore necessary that this money be made up by small subscriptions Feel ing that the Democrats of Rockcas tie would be glad to assist in some measure whether it be great or smsll a subscription list has been started The names of all contri butors will appear in these columns showing the amount of the contri bution but should anyone desire to contribute and have name with held just say so and it will appear as so much cash received Mr Jonas McKenzie will act as treasurer and at the proper time will remit all money received to the proper authorities showing the list contributionsr If you feel inclined to make any donation report same to Mr McKenzie at once and if not convenient to send money now send later The com mittee in charge is very anxious that liberal and prompt responces be made Narrowness may bring popularity to some but liberality has worked out best with those practiceing it SCHOOL ELECTION OFFICERS At a meeting of the Board of Election Commissioners for Rock costle county held July 22nd 1908 the following were appointed as Election officers to hold the election in Rockcastle county Aug ist 1908 for the election of School District Trustees Dist No r Mt VernonH- H Daily W A Cox judges Hugh Miller clerk Dist No2 Mt VernonS B Price C C Jones judges C J JL veil clerk fst NO3 HansfordGran Price Wm McKinney judges E Bullock clerk Dist NO4 WabdR L Bray J L Norton judges Buck Cum aains clerk Dist No6 MaretburgC C Metcalf P Y Hunt judges S E Chandler clerk Dist NO7 r BromoGeorge Marler A J Owens judges Peter Sbutts clerk X jl Dist NO9 Hiatt Allen Hiatt Sam McHargue judges K J Smith clerk Dist No 10 CinwayW C Brocl E W Baker judges T C Viars clerk Dist No ii Mt Vernon Gus Staverson T M Noe judges Sam Hysinger clerk Dist No 12 McCracken T j Ballinger Jasper Bowman judges Larkin Abney cltrkIDist No 13 OrlandoFrank Mullins Richard Proctor judges clerkI J T judges J E Singleton clerk Dist 15 BrodheadHenry King Arch Roberts judges P H Robbins clerk Dist No 6 WildieHenderson Hamilton Frank Anderkin judges Ed S exton clerk Dist No 17 BrodheadF Francisco J Thos Cherry judges J W Tate clerk Dist no 18 Level Green Jarvis J Brown William Hurst judges Dr T J Price clerk Dist no 19 Mt Vernon Chas Carmicle J R Logston judges W S Robbins clerk Dist no 20 BooneG L Wren G W Poynter judges J H Lambert clerk Dist no 21 ClimaxJ A Sexton W A Anglin judges Sam Rose clerk Dist no 22 Withers Charles Mullins Richard Barnett judges Callie Baker clerk Dist no 23 pongoGeorge Barnes Wm Nicely judges J E Bumgardner clerk Dist no 24 Langfordf John Farthing Frank Adams judges T S Branaman clerk Dist no 25 Mt Vernon John Coffey Lee Proctor judges Elmer Dowel clerk Dist no 26 SpiroFred Hahn H G Owens judges J H Mc Kinney clerk Dist No 27 Level GreenI George Hamm Wm Cress judges Dan Bullock clerk Dist no 28 HansfordWm Kirby Wesley Minks judges A W Adams clerk Dist no 29 Wildie Robt Langford A J Hiatt judges Freeman Calvin clerk Dist no 30 Brodhead Gran ville Leece Mat Hoskins judges J Bordes clerk Dist no 31 DisputantaJ A Anglin R A Swinford judges W A Hammons clerk Dist no 32 Mt VernonS- D Lewis Dee Cummins judges T J Nicely clerk Dist no 33 Pine HillJas Dolan S J Robinson judges John Helton clerk Dist no 34 Ottawa W P Hays Jesse Brown jud ges S T Proctor clerk Dist no 36 BredheadJoseph Saylor E B Brummett judges W M Osborn clerk Dist no 37 HiattWm Hy singer M C Saylor judges A J Saylor clerk Dist no 38 RockfordIsaaC Martin Isaac Todd judges W H Stephens clerk Dist no 39 Cedarville John Nicelev J J Baker judges W E Rash clerk Dist no 40 QuailBea Al- bright Jas Herron judges M H Brown clerk Dist no 41 Wildie Mace Anglin Lee Bullin judges J E Pennington clerk Dist No 42 Withers Jones Durham Jerry Roberts judges E Mullins clerk Dist No 43 Mt VernonJ A Renner Harlan Doan judges Lee Rash clerk Dist No 45 CooksburgW A Vanzant Solly Griffin judges Chas Scott clerk Dist No 47 DudleyJ H Reams Henry Owens judges J A Chasteen clerk Dist no 48 Johnetta Wesley Abney Jack Abney judges J W Chasteen clerk Dist no 49 DisputantaLewis Roulett J J Berry judges Sher man Chasteen clerk Dist no 50 Pine HillJ S Griffin J L Arnold judges J B Pike clerk Dist no 52 Orlando Uriah Drew Jeffie Jennings judges John Cummins clerk Dist no 03 Brodhead Mat Brown John Harris judges M C Tyree clerk Dist no 54 GauleyWm Sams Henry Pace judges John Griffin clerk Dist no 55 CpnwpyJ W Guinn J W Taylor judges C Wood clark = oo 4 c 1 Dist no 56 Pongo Jesse Child ress Allen Bullock judge J i e Renner clerk Dist no 571 Goochlaud J F Dooley J W Pmllips Judges J C Phillips cletk Dist no 58 Brodhead W P Kiucer Wm Johnson judges J A Sutton clerk IDist no 59 OrlandoT M David Clark judges J J Owens clerk Dist no 60 HansfordJ H Rowe Dayid Cromer judges A J Doan clerk Dist no 61 QuailW E Tay lor J W Stringer judges David Proctor clerk Dist no 62 Livingston W M Ponder Hiram Cox judges Chas May clerk Dist no 63 WildieW W Coffey T G Reynolds judges J R Dodson clerk Dist no 64 Livingston H M Mink Uriah Adams judges James Jones clerk Dist no 65 Mt VernonB S Davault J W Kirby judges Jas Arnold clerk Dist no 66 Gauley Dick Mor ris H L Ponder judges D M Ponder clerk Dist no 67 LangfordD L Carter W H Pennington judges J H Reynolds clerk Disl no 68 Ottawa W M DenneyjJ H Hurst judges Frank Morgan clerk Dist no 69 VildieL T Stew HIVDist no 70 Orlando J L Ball O E Gibson judges Wm Williams clerk Dist no 71 DSsputanta Tay lor Abney Granville Owens judges O M Payne clerk Dist no 72 Mt Vernon W C Thomason W MLovell judges Sam Fields clerk Dist no 73 McCracken Lewis Owens L J Scott judges C C Clark clerk Dist no 74 Withers Spencer Mullins Squire Singleton judges Wm Rowlett clerk Dist no 75 LivingstonRobt Hurley Reubin Moberly judges Jake Pike clerk Dist no 76 Brodhead W C Hoskins Levi Estridge Judges H C Turner clerk Dist no 77 LivingstonJohn Tones A L Niceley judges Buck French clerk Dist A colored Mt Vernon Harvey Owens John Frakes judges Sanders Smith clerk In testimony whereof we have hereunto signed our names this 22 day of July 1908 R L McFERRON Sheriff G T JOHNSON Com J W BROWN Coma CASTORIAFot The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- 1ignature of ct District Attorney McPherson of Cincinnati yesterday obtained a stay of ten days in the operation of the injunction by which Collector Bettmann and his gaugers are ordered to cease branding accord ing to the new rules of the Treasury Department at the plant of the Union Distillery Company The branding is still going on The function of the kidneys is tp strain out the impurities of the blood which is constantly passing through them Foleys Kidney Remedy makes the kidneys healthy They will strain out all waste matter from the blood Take Foleys Kidney Remedy and it will make you well FOR SALEMy farm of 100 acres near Wildie known as the Elizabeth Hayes farm Well set in grass has good houses good orchard good running water Will sell at a bargain Call and see me before buying HAYES julyio Mildie Ky vHITESCream VermifugeTHE WORM REMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TONir Or THI BallardSnow Liniment Co T LOUIS MO Sojdby Chas C Davis i64 I n = i ATTEND iJ OJ TH- EBRODHEAD FAIRA- UCUST 12 13 14 1908 Judge Taft will leave Hot Springy Va for Cincinnati next Saturday but will return to the resort after the official notification of his nomination by the Republican party William R Hearst will arrive from Europe on Saturday and will leave at once for Chicago where the following week the Inde pendence party meets in convent ionBert Barber of Elton Wis says I have only taken four doses 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 pills as I want a perfect cure Mr Barber refers to DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills Sold by Chas C Davis Incensed at the State Guard for camping on the property of the Illinois Central railroad at the little village of Cobb in Caldwell county night riders by precon certed action Wednesday morning burned three depots on the Illinois Central railroad between Hopkins ville and Hrinceton Ky The stations burned were located at Gracey Cerulean and Otter Pond The loss of the buildings and other property will be about Sooo- COURIERJOURNAL CUTS A SPECIAL RATX OF 125 FOR THE CAMPAIGN AND ELECTION For the first time in its history The CourierJournal has made a special cut rate on its Daily for the campaign The regular price is 6 a year or 3 for six months For the campaign a rale of 125 has been made to apply to orders received during the months of June July and August After August 31 the regular rates will be in effect Subscriptions received during these months at this rate will be entered on the Courier Journal mailing list until December i next when all will expire Send in yonr orders at once through this paper The earlier you get in the more papers you receiveHenry Wattersou has announced that the Courier J urnal will support the Democratic ticket from end to end and he believes the ticket will win in November The Louisville Times edited by Jot W B Haldeman has made the same rate 125 under the same conditions The Times is the best Demcratic afternoon paper printed anywhere By unaninous opinion of the United States Circuit Court of Appeals of the Seventh district the case of the Governmeut against the Standard Oil Company in which the latter was fined 29240000 by Judge Landis in the District Court must be retired This oppinion concurred in by Judges Baker and Seaman was delivered in Chicago Wednesday by Judge Grosscup TO THE INSURING PUBLIC On April iSth I suffered a loss of my entire stock ot goods by fire which was insured in the New York Underwriters Agency represented- by Mr E S Albright of Mt Vernon On May 5th I received- a check in full settlement of every dollar called for in the policy can heartil recommend Mr Albright and his companies to any one wanting fire insuranceVery C H FRITH A careful wife will always keeplsu 1 e ti BAL LARDS SNOW LINIMENTA Rheumatism Cuts Old Sores Sprains Wounds Stiff Joints Corns Bunions and ell Ills SHE KNOWS Mrs C H Runyon Stan berry Mo I have used Snow Liniment and cant say enough for it for Rheu matism and all pains It is tho most useful medicine to have in the house Three Sizes 25c SOc 100 Ballard Snow Liniment Co ST LOUIS MO Sold and Recommended by CHAS C DAVIS JJClIwish to say that have sold my interest in the Hans ford Telephone Co to Messrs Granville and W H Owens and that I am no longer connected with the company W H GRAVES There is one preparation known today that will promptly help the stomach This is Kodol Kodol digests all classes offood and it does it thoroughly so that the use of Kodol for a time will without doubt help anyone who has stomach disorder or stomach trouble Take Kodol today and continue it for a short time that is necessary to give you complete relief Kodol is sold by Chas C Davis The Campaign Is On WHO WILL BE PRESIDENT To form your opinions and keep in touch with the progress of the campaign you will need firstclass newspapers We have made a special arrangement whereby you can get the- DAILY COURIERJOURNAL 125 DAILY LOUISVILLE TIMES 125 WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL 35 From now until December i 08 This gives you a live me tropolitan paper through the cam paign and the election Order to day as subscription will start with issue of day order is received No back numbers can be sent Or you can have the MT VERNON SIGNAL for twelve months and either of the above Dailies until December i for only 200 This special campaign offer is in effect only during June July and August and no subscriptions will be received at the reduced rate after August 31 under any cir l1m stancesSend your subscription order to this paperNOT to the TIMES or COURIERJOURNAL Mount Vernon Monumental WORKS M anufacturer offind DEALER in Marbles and Granite Monuments ofall kinds Estimates furnished on applicationALSO FOR Stewarts Iron Fences atnr ewart Iron II 1ence fCheaper than wood Will last alifetime llihllt ririF MtlclilH4 aW Iffgt I1 1Chu GEO OWENS Projd H V Jp fcJM G IJF f r r r IAi I Iii 1 f Judging from what our long list of customers have to say we must be showing a line of furniture which both in quality and price is satisfactory If you need anything in Furniture WUI BOOKERS This beautiful willow Rock er for only I 400 We have all kinds af Rockers from the cheapest to the best We can furnish you anything you want for your home from the kitchen the parlor cIccoxI4 toI Old Buick Bid opposite Courthouse Mt Vernon Kentucky Phone 941 or 97 r 3e3c lIt Great Bargains m WIjjI Ill Just back from the city and have some of the m bargains to offer the people that have ev er been offered them in Rockcastle Dress Goods Clothing Men and Womens Hats In m fact everything kept in a firstclass storem ITetmsCash and Produce m And to those that owe me will n IIIfortillAKENTUCKY TATConvenienceofthe sce c f Savings Account i Mauy persons keep their money here as a permanent inivestment because the risk of loaning to individuals is s ed As an investment you can compute the net returns rately Small amounts may be added at any time A savings account offers a profitable means to realize on funds that are W idle awaiting investment You may withdraw a part or the 3 ientire amount at any time With a determination to save you r cf are always welcome here Why not lend your money to the j bank As borrowers we stand ready to receive such amounts was you can save from time to time We will pay you a regu X lar rate of interest on your money Well explain in detail if S you will call at the bank 8 THE BANK OF MT VERNONr INCORPORATED j- a MT VERNON KENTUCKY T 4 Ennn1ntnnttn1ntntnlnnnntnnn1nntntnntntntn I1T VERNON DpKET CD 1 PRACTICAL UNDERTAKERS 3FUNERAL DIRECTORS 2 AND =3 EMBALMERS = Mt Vernon Ky 3 COUCH METALIC CASKET 3= Coffins and Robes = i Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of Eworkfor the company = E Orders by wire promptly tilled Hearse sent to all points w A B FURNISH WH KRUECER3 E Pnone Proprietors r1111111illil111111111111111111111111111111J1111111111l11il 11111111111111iS MT VERNON SIGNAL I MT VERNON KY July 24 1908 79 henIcate with SIGNAL 79 R R Co TIME TABLE 22 north 124 p m 24 north 340 a m 23 south 124 p 21 South 1220 a m TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postoffice as secondclass mail matter PERSONAL Mr Jasper Rickles continues in a very critical condition Mr T M Noe is visiting in Harlan county this week Arthur Daily left Monday for Illinois where he has a position Several will go from this county- to Mammoth cave next Thursday Jessie D Cook of Jellico spent Saturday and Sunday the guests of relatives here Misses Bessie and Mary Cald well of London are guests of Mrs G M Ballard Misses Ethel and Emma Davis went to Hamilton O last Sunday for a few weeks visit Miss Margaret McClary came Monday for a months stay with friends and relatives in Rockcastle Mrs J W Caswell who use to be Miss Lou Vowels and is visiting the family of her uncle R A WelshMrs W J Childress and little son were guests of her brother sheriff R L McFerron and sister Mrs E B Cox Messrs J W Baker and J A Olliver two ofLivingstons leading merchants were welcome visitors n town Wednesday- Mr T W Evans of St Joe Mo is at Brodhead with his brother Capt A H Evans who has been very sick but better now William Baker who is just recovering from a very severe attack of pneumonia was in town Wednesday looking almost him self again Mesdames D N Williams and Nannie C Albright will go to Madison county the first of next week to visit the family of Mr A W StewartMr Evans and sister Mrs Anna E Miller returned from Brodhead yesterday afternoon and reported their father Capt A H Evans bitter Dr J F Baugh is preparing to leaye Mt Vernon about the middle of next month He has not tully decided just where he will locate but will probably go West Miss McChord who will probably take the principals place in tbe Brown Memorial School was here Tuesday looking over the situation Miss McChord is from Van alia IllBland Ballard Deputy Collector of Internal Revenue at Danville Ky was stricken with paralysis while on his wav to lunch Mr Ballard is a cousin of Supt G M BallardMrs Edward England nee Miss Bessie Adams and daughter of Atlanta Ga stopped fora few days visit with the family of her uncle Willis Adams while euroute to BarboursvilleL was in Louisville Tuesday to see the Turner Day Woolsworth Handle Co The company is well pleased with the work being done by the mills which supply the Louisville branch The Louisville division made a better showing last year than any other branch of that large concern LOCAL f The school per capita for this year is 360 Are you getting ready for the Brodhead Fair Most every body we see say they are going to attend either the first three or the last three days of the Brodhead fair which takes place Aug 1213 and 14 Mt Vernon and Crab Orchard b ase ball nines will cross bats on Mt Vernons grounds tomorrow afternoon Game will be called promptly at 230 This is the tie game between them and the con test will naturally wax pretty warmI Sparks Davis have their big crusher in operation at Tunnel No The King hotel at Crab Orchard was destroyed by fire yesterday morning Loss 3000 insurance 1000 Isaac Legeer son of Uncle Bob Legeer died at his home near Langford Station Wednesday morning a little after one oclock of typhoid feverIThe Mt are running full time and yet notable to meet the demand It is expected that a night shift will be put on about August ist CHEAP RATES The L N will sell tickets to Cincinnati July 27 and 28 at 606 round trip on account of Hon Wm H Taft Notification Day Demonstration G B Sutton the Bee Lick merchant authorizes us to say that his auction sale announced for August loth will begin August 5th on account of the conflict with the Brodhead fair CHEAP RATEsRoundtrip to Louisville 250 for special train leaving Mt Vernon 255a m August gth Good returning only on special train leaving Louisville 730 p ro same date W H Brown killed a Rattle snake near Maretburg a few days ago which measured 6ft long and five inches around Tip Hurd and Luther Cummins each tell of a Similar experience also which they had last week The only difference their rattlers were not quite so large Each school district is supposed to furnish its own ballot box for the school election next Saturday Any ordinary box will answer providing it has a lock on it and not too heavy but that it can be carried without too much difficulty We would suggest that the officers appointed to hold election see that a suitabe ballot box is provided for their respective district See list elsewhere in this issue for ap pointed officers Hon Harvey Helm Congress man from this district informs us that he has until October next the appointment of a Second Lieuten ent in the U S Marine Corps which appointment he desires shall go to some worthy young man in his district The position pays 1700 salary per annum during life or good behavior with oppor tunity of promotion It can be filled by any young man of good character whose age is between 21 27 years and who can stand the mental and physicalexaminations that must precede the appointment The latter are quite rigid but anyone who would care to undertake them would if successful receive appointment to what is considered a very desirable position in the Navy Department of the U S Government Any worthy young man who so desires can be put into communicstion with the authorities who would arrange for his examinations by writing to Mr Helm at Stanford We understand that the school election is getting pretty hot in some of the rural districts The present school law is nothing but a politics breeder and if the peo ple do not keep politics out the schools not only in this but in every other county in the state will be nothing but political machines A splendid motto to adopt is not to vote for any man for school trustee who tries to bring politics into the race The public schools of Kentucky are several years be hind the times at the very best and to mix them up with politics which means they would be run and conducted on political lines then we had just as well do away with them and use the money for some purpose more advantageous to the people in general Another fact to be considered in the selection of trustees is the splendid opportunity which will be present ed for GRAFT The trustees who are elected next Saturday meet within thirty days after that time lend each Educational division se lects one of the trustees elected the Subdistricts as chairman o that Educational division Thes- six chairmen with the County Superintendent employ the teach ers for every district in the county If those six chairmen want to make it a graft proposition they can do it If they are men who have the best interest of the county and the education of the little ones at heart then we may expect the results For these reasons w urge the importance ofelecting men as trustees who have no political ax to grind nd men wjio are not looking for a grafttt OiJ IF THESE SUITS f WHATueac BUINGO50 8THEM BACK ts Send your donation to the National Campaign Fund to Jonas McKenzie Treasurer Mt Vernon- VANTEDWhite oak and hickory spokes Will give prices and dimensions onapplicationV julyio4t Mt Vernon Ky DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CAMPAIGN FUND Send your donation no matter how large or small to Jonas Mc Kenzie Treasurer Mt Vernon and proper credit will be given and your name recorded in this list the Friday following the date of the remittance SmalKdonations is what Mr Bryan is asking for C C Williams 5oo J W Brown 5 00 A B Furnish 250 W H Jones too Wt M Poynter5ooJo- nas McKenzie 500 E S Albright 250 Cash 5 00 While at the Crab Orchard fair on last Friday we had the pleasure of chatting for some time with qqr good friend J C Hayes a former Rockcastleite but now one of the well todo and progressive farmers of Lincoln Mr Hays is a candidate forjailer of that county subject to the Democratic primary and every indication points to the fact that he will prove himself a pretty lively racer He is strictly for Mr Robert CofFey for the short term since Mr Coffey is making the race in the interest of Mrs Heron whose husband died only a few weeks ago and who had been elected to fill the office for four years Mr Hayes speaking of the short term saidcaI am for againstfraceeMr Herron was elected to fill the office for four years and I believe that the emoluments of the office should go to his widow for the remainder of the term Lincoln has honored several men who have gone from Rockcastle and have havingeas it was with Isaac Heron and Bob Jones wouldalwayss be found a trueand faithful officer r = iuior i Jti Ii 1O oo0iLet Us Fit You Up t J t Dayour clothes fit you and make you look like a gentleman or do they hang like a sack on a post 1I III IICLOTHING The kind we sell fit from the first to the last and gives you that sureenoughwelldressed appearance Our prices for good clothes and good shoes are withinyour reach Come today if you want the best 1 A THE BUSY BIG STORE y- sssouaeseeeeesseseseesesssssseeesessseessesees Pone 77 y reoo0000eoooaacQeeoooesoeeovei0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000001s s s i s s s s r s i i s s s r s s Mrs Steve Jones ot Sparks Quarry died Tuesday of s tomache trouble The burial took place Wednesday at Pine Hill NEWS ITDMS The statement of the New York clearinghouse banks for the past weekshows that the banks hold 52728400 more than the regular requirements of the 20 per cent reserve rule This is an increase of 5675150 in the proportionate cash reserve as compared with the previous week L O Fay of Addyston 0asuburb of Cincinnati and a student at Georgetown Ky College was drowned Sunday afternoon in Elk horn Creek He was a member of a boating party of three A young woman of the party was rescued after having gone under three times The father and mother o f Fury were on the bank and wit nessed his drowning At Quebec beginning last Mon day and lasting six days the great est celebration in the history of Canada took place marking the three hundredth anniversary of the founding of the settlement by Champlain The Prince of Wales took part in the celebration His official landing was scheduled for Wednesday was a brilliant spectacle Vice President Charles Fairbanks was present as the representative ofthe United States Government Although the real opening of the presidential campaign is still some distance off the candidates of the two big parties and the various political campaign managers have a fairly active week in prospect While ostensibly resting in anticipation of the stirring times whic are to come allare combining conside rable work with their pleasures William J Bryan the Democratic presidental nominee on Saturday will meet the sub cptnmitteeof the National Com mittee in Chicago at which time the National Chairman will be selected William H Taft bental nominee of the Republica- party at Hot Springs Va will finish his speech of acceptance to the notification committee and to have it in readiness for their Cin ciunatti event the following week SHIELD B r a toi rt a Judge Taft in an interview Sat urday announced that the Republi can National Committee would accept no campaign contribution from corporations Since February the Government Bureau of Immigration and Naturalization hassent nearly 1000 immigrants to differant States where their services as farm labor ers were in demand w The Interstate Commerce Com mission has thus far received no official information concerning the proposed general increase of freight rates The commission it is inti mated may take action in case such general increase is proposed THE COLLEGE MERGER It seems to be definitely settled that the medical colleges of Louisville are to be consolidated into one gigantic institution We say gigantic but that is hardly the word That smacks too much of mere numbers while it is quality that is the important thing Strong were better One big strong college in the place pf the several weaker individual ones is the prospect It is a programme which the people of Louisville in general and the medical profession in particular may rightly indorse The old conditions have not been brilliantly successful either pro fessionally or financially The especial sort of rivlary which was practiced was not productive of the best results With the best features and most skilltul instruct ors of the individual colleges united in one institution the proposed college should be without a ishat the very top in the rank of her physicians There is material here accomplishedI the new college is expected to haveIt is a matter of congratulation longnare to so happy an end Times O B1111 OeXABeam the A Boiip b 3 jSAND 400 NOTICE We are overstocked with summer goods and are making exceptionally low prices on mens ladies and childrens low cut shoes dress ginghams calicoes bleached and brown cottons etc We also carry a full stock of scbool books tablets and slates 61031 ALBRIGHT ADAMS Brodhead K- yFoLEYIIoNITANDiAi CUrS Coldai Prevents Pnnumonia r SQ tiOE e 0- vu- a JiICESy e s iJJ ARE BETTER fln u In a quarrel over a girl at a camp meeting near Glasgow Hayden James shot Clyde Ballard in the breast Later James in showing bis brother Sam James how he had shot Ballardaccidentally discharged his revolver and hit his brother in the same spot Both victims are probably fatally wound ed fOLErSiiO Y TAR far children scfc aur N 0 opiate 600000000000000 O OOO o o Scotts Emulsion strengthens enfeebled 41 31 5P nursing mothers by increasing their flesh and jf o nerve force b It provides baby with the necessary fattand mineral food for healthy growth ALL DRUGGISTS SOc AND SIOO 0OOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOO OOO 1 The told Reliable lm Most any Drug or Patent Medicine you see advertized in the SIGNAL can be found at un scss RELIABLE ICheapest Drug Store in the conntyflU C DAVIS r m South Side Main Street jll MT VERNON KY m c l t p3CDC 8S3 GRANVILLE OWENS f I UNDERTAKER I el e use I Brodhead Ky I w V COMPLETE LINE Coffins Caskets and Robes All Mail Telegraph or Tele phone orders Promptly 30 FilledI UNION COLLEGE BARBOURVILLE ICY This Institution is coeducational It is prepared to dive equal advantages to young men andwomen having separate Homes for them The following courses are offered I ACADEMIC II COLLEGE PREPARATORY III NORMAL IV MUSIC V BUSINESS We claim superiority forI The completeness of our courses 2 Efficiency of the Faculty 3 The Christian tone and life of the school 4 Com pleteness of home and care for young ladies and similar provisions for young men 5 The modern college building having very complete general equipment chemical physical and biological laboratories entirely new and uptodate equipment to meet all work required in course The schools sanitary condition is superior to the best city To secure this the school has its private sewerage system leading to the river Every scientific advantage in toilets baths deep well water It also has its own water system electric light and power plant together with central heating plant from which every building is heated by steam No charge is made to the student for room furnished lighted and heated Only for tuition and board For further particulars address JAMES W EASLEY President m InUNCi TAKB llll Handmade Orders by Wire Promptly Filled fAll WWI At COXI Phone 94S MT VERNON KY Prank H Hitchcock left Chicago Saturday for Colorado Springs where he will confer with Republican leader of the Western States Mrs Hannah Louisa Whitman Heyde the last surviving sister of the poet Valt Whitman died at her home in Burlington Vt President Davila of Honduras declares the revolution in that country has been crushed Just a little Cascasweet is all that is necessary to give your baby when it is cross and peevish Cas casweet contains no opiates nor harmful drugs and is highly recommended by mothers every where Conforms to the National Pure Food and Drug Law Sold by Chas C Davis KiLLTHE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS I WITHDr Kings II IIAND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY OR MONEY REFUNDED Mrs Isabella Sablen of Buffalo N Y killed her three small children and then attempted to kill herself She will probably die She poisoned the children first with Paris green and then strangled them with handkerchiefs OASTOnXBears Signatnro of A Bousil TAKE THE POSTMASTERS WORD FOR IT Mr F M Hamilton postmaster at Cherryvale Ind keeps also a stock of general merchandise and patent medicines He says Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is standard here in its line It never fails to give satisfaction and we could hardly afford to do without it For sale by Chas C Davis FOR SALEMy farm of 200 a cres in the Eastern part of the county 180 acres in cultivation So acres of which is in grass Good buildings splendid orchard well watered and under good fence Will sell at a bargain Address f WILLIS ALLEN Withers Ky REV I W WILLIAMS TESTI IRevFoleys Kidney Remedy for nerv ous exhaustion and kidney trouble and am free to say that Foleys Kidney Remedv will do all that you claim for it U Our line of Couch Caskets il is unexcelled Coffins furnished U Hearse sent to all parts of the county rr Henry R Prewitt chairman has issued a call for a meeting of the Democratic State Committee to be held in Louisville Wednesday July 29 at 12 oclock for the purpose of electing a secretary ap pointing a campaign ccmmittee and transacting any other business which may come before that body There are two candidates for secretary G G Speer of Law renceburg and R G Phillips of Elizabethtown DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve is good for cuts burns bruises and scratches It is especially good for piles Recommended and sold by Chas C Davis C STOB1ABears Slgnnture of A Ollie James was at Fairview last week discussing with Mr Bryan the acceptance of the chairmanship of the National Committee Mr James has been urged by the Democratic leader to accept the post but is not himself inclined to take up the work preferring to take the stump during the cam paign Use DeWitts Little Early Risers pleasant little pills that are easy to take Sold by Ohas C D- avisORINO Laxative Fruit Syrup Pleasant to take The new laxative Does not gripe or nauseate Cures stomach and liver troubles and chronic con stipation by restoring the natural action ofthe stom ach liver and bowels Refuse substitutes Prloe COo W A CARSON PAFNTER AN- DPAPERJIAN1rER WALLPAPER ROOM- MOULDINGS ETC Let us make an estimate on work before placing your order All Work Guaranteed THE REMEDY THAT DOES Dr Kings New Discovery s the remedy that does the healing other promise but fail to perform says Mrs E R Pierson of Au burn Centre Pa It is curing me of throat and lung trouble of long standing that other treatments relieved only temporarily New Discovery is doing me so much good that I feel confident its continued use for a reasonable length of time will restore me to perfect health This renownedcough and cold remedy and throat and lung healer is sold at Chas C Davis drug store Soc and 100 Trial bottle free The Republic Iron and Steel Company has signed a wage agree ment with the Amalgamated Association of Iron Steel and Tin Workers for the year ending June 30 1909 IFoleys Orino Laxative the new laxative stimulates but does not irritate It is the best laxative Guaranteed or your money back How to Cure Your Piles If sufferers from piles and rectal dis eases would first try a reliable laxative like Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin instead of using external salves and suppositories or having an operation performed they would save themselves a world of trouble expense and pain The reason is that in nine cases out of ten piles are the result of habitual constipation and when once the constipation is thoroughly disappearPiles what pim ples are to bad blood simply an out ward symptom And just as face lotions goodbloodarent half as good for piles as a reliable laxa tive like Dr Caldwells SyrupPepsin A 50 cent or bottle will prove these claims and every druggist is authorized to guarantee results Hundreds of people have written us that Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin is the best pile cure they know of and it is surely worth a trial from you Not only will it cure the piles but it will permanently correct bowel trouble so that you will have regular movements It will tone youDredy for constipation dyspepsia biliousness flatulency and all resultant troubles such as piles arising from disordered stomach liver or bowels Its gentle action and pleasant taste make it especially suited to children and all who are too kptgwdpurgative waters salts and griping tablets physic is not what pile sufferers need but steady easy bytheabout a permanent home cure at a minimum of expense FREE TESTThose wishing to try Dr Syrup Pepsin ing can have a tree sample bottle sent to their addressing the This to that the remedy as is to those taken It Send for It symptoms or disease yet most for folks THE So Sure producttearsPEPSIN SYRUP CO 119 Caldwell Bldg Monticello III J JUST EXACTLY RIGHT- I have used Dr Kings New Life Pills for several years and find them just exactly right says Mr A A Felton of Harrisville N Y New Life Pills relieve without the least discomfort Best remedy for constipation bilious ness and malaria 250 at Chas C Davis drug store LAND STOCK AND C1MJ FOR SALE Cedar posts any size or length H J MULLINS Junen3t Mt Vernon Ky No TIE My yearling bull Moberly will be permitted to serve a few cows at 100 MODE CRAWFORD June 263t Brodhead Ky BEST THE WORLD AFfORDS It gives me unbounded pleas ure to recommend Bucklens Arnica Salve says J W Jenkins of Chapel Hill N C I am con vinced its the best salve the world affords It cured a felon on my thumb and it never fails to heal every sore burn or wound to which it is appned 25c at Chas G Davis drug store WOMAN TO DON STRIPED Being convicted of an accessory- in the murder of M B Snyder CountySurveyor of Whitley county Mrs Sarah Steely of Williams burg was sentenced to the peni tentiary for five years at the Whitley term of Court last Thursday The conviction and sentence of the woman is one of the swiftest acts of justice that has been meted out to a criminal in Eastern Kentucky in many years for the murder was only committed on the afternoon of July 4 As far as could be learned the crime was an atrocious one and the woman is lucky to have escaped the gallows It seems that Mrs Steely bore a grudge against Mr Snyder although she and the family were on good terms with him He was invited to go to her home on July 4 and the murder shows that her purpose was to entice him there Whitley county is a local option county and Mrs Steely always had beverages on hand sometimes selling them and sometimes giving them away She planned to celebrate the Fourth however not only by drinking but also with a carnival of crimeMr went to the Steely house as he had been invited and after a few drinks had been taken Mrs Steely became very insulting to him and quarreled with him because she said he had tesified against her in the Federal court Mr Snyder endeavored to resent the abuse and at that moment Mrs Steeley signalled her I6year old son Granville to attack Mr Snyder which he did with a knife stabbing him so badly that he died the following Monday morning The bitterest feeling existed in theIr bar prosIIAttorney of the 2oth Judicial District and brotherinlaw to C S Wilson employed as Clerk in the office of the Court of Appeals He was also a member of one ot the most prominent families in Eastern Kentucky THE DOCTOR AWAY FROM HOME WHEN MOST NEEDED People are often very much disappointed to find that their family physician is away from home when they most need his services Diseases like cramp colic and cholera morbus requires prompt treatment and have in many instances proven fatal before medicine could be procured or a phpsician summoned The right way is to keep at hand a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy No physician- can prescribe a better medicine for these diseases By having it in the house you can escape much pain and suffering and all risk Buyit now it may save life For sale by Chas C Davis A dispatch received at St Petersburg from Teheran says that several arrests have been made at Liakhoff in connection with the discovery of a plot to kill the Shah of Persia OA SIJI 0 ELxA Beanthe Bigoat of d Bough Aenlucky Fair Dates Georgetown July 28 5 days Henderson July 28 4 days Lancaster July 29 3 days Winchester August 4 4 days Russell Springs Aug 4 4day5 Madisonville Aug 4 5 days Danville August 5 3 days Lexington August 10 5 days Burkesvill August n 4 days Uniontown Aug n s days BRODIIEAD August 12 3 days Springfield Aug lz 4 days Sulphur Aug 14 2 days Columbia Augr8 4 days Lawreuceburg Aug 18 4 days Shepherdsville Aug iS 4 days Leitchfleld Aug 18 3 days Richmond Aug 18 4 days Sanders Aug 19 4 days Erlanger Aug 19 4 days Barboursville August 19 3 days Vanceburg Aug 19 4 days daysI4dayS 3 days 25 4 ayS Shelbyville Aug 20 4 days Germantown Aug 26 4 days Florence Aug 26 4 days Liberty Aug 26 3 days Somerset September i 4 days Paris September i 5 days Harrodsburg Sept i 4 days Alexandria Sept i 4 bays Bardstown Sept 2 4 days Fern Creek Sept 2 4 days Monticello September 8 4 days Hodgensville Sept 8 3 days Glasgow Sept 9 4 days Kentucky State Fair Louisville Sept 14 6 days BEST MEDICINE IN THE WORLD FOR COLIC AND DIARRHOEA 01 find Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy to be the best rembdy in the world says Mr C L Carter of Skirum Ala I am subject to colic and diarrhoea Last spring it seemed as though I would die and I think I would if I hadnt taken Chamber lains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy 1 havent been bothered with it since nntil this week when I had a very severe attack and took half a bottle of the twentyfive cent size Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and this morning I feel like a new man For sale by Chas C Da vis William J Brvan Saturday de livered an address to a visiting delegation of several hundred people made up ot teachers and pupils ot the Fremont Neb Nor mal School CURED THREE OF THE FAMILY WITH ONE BOTTLE OF CHAMBERLAINS COLIC CHOLERA AND DIARRHOEA REMEDYI a bottle of Cham berlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and found it to be all claimed for it in the ad vertisements Three of the family have used it with good results in summer complaintH E Howe publisner of the Press Highland Wis For sale by Chas C Davis R W YCHE DENTISTMT VERNON KY Office in the J T Adams 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