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IHp Published Every I Friday LflUUi etndti Ignul ati VOLUME XXI MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY AUG 14 1908 NUMBER 46 I TALKSLOUD AAI AND s Dont forget your cash asthese are cash prices BEST 7 t CALICOES 5 Gentsf For the next 30 clays iI wil sell all H 10 cent rtaicles at 7 cts 25 4 rq cts 50 u U 39cts i uJQO 7Qct- I50 v wf e W H t IIIO TJ I MENS Suits worth 1600 now 1300 ISuits worth 1500 now 1200 1 fSuits worth 1200 now 900 l Suits worth 8 0o now 650 fISuits worth 550 now 400 CHILDRENS I iSuits from 80 cents to 2 I Boys Corduroy pants werew f50 cents now 39 cents Prices J on Shoes the same as j Bother goods Come while O ffADont forget the CashS I SKIRTS I A lot of Ladies Skirts wereg to qnow 150 to 25058 la great bargain f- ft A lot of Linl1imCarp thand fRugs v I COME NOW 1 jGfJOHNSONJlo PROHIBITION GAINS IN FOUR YEARS Alabama i9o4 20 prohibition counties dispensary counties 85 licensecounti sI90SState prohibition In effect December 31 Ig0- 8Arkansaslg0444 prohibition counties 2H license counties2 partially license counties 1908 57 prohibition counties California 1904 170 proh ibit ion towns 19108 200 prohibition towns ProhibitIion1908 Nearly 100 prohibition towns State local option law passed 1907 Denver half pro hibltionConnecticntIg04Halr of State local prohibition iyo8 I ciease in prohibition vote Delaware 1904 Few small pro hibition towns i9o8 Twothirds of State under prohibition Florida i9o4 30 prohibition counties Ig0830 prohibition prohibit I cities 1908 aw State e law prohibit towns wholly cities in of State countiesMinnesotaJ90440o territory 190825 counties State jqp counties 37 pro State pro 230 pro 1908 = cities against pro towns 700 prohibi tion towns 1908 1611 prohibi tion towns Mississippi lg0465 prohibit ion counties IgoS77 prohibit ion counties Montana 1904 No prohibition territory i9o8 One prohibition countyNebraska19o4200 prohibition towns 1908 600 prohibition towns 22 prohibition counties Nevada 1904 No prohibition territory 1908 Local gains New Hampshire 1904 444 prohibition towns I908I3 pro hibition towns New Jersey i9o4 License State Sunday closing and vigor ous law enforcement Agitation for county option New Yorkrgo4285 prohibit ion towns Cities licened by State 1908 Some local gains North Carolina19o4Local option bill passed 1903 1908 State prohibition carried May 36 by 40000INorth Dakota 1904 State pro hibition Lax enforcement in some sectionsI90SState pro hibition State wide emforcem- entOhio19o4145 prohibition towns First State local option law passed 1908 i6m prohibit ion towns County prohibition law passed Okl homalg04Few prohibit ion towns 1908 State prdhbit ionOregonrgo4No prohibition territory 1908 21 prohibition counties out of 34 PennsylvaniaI9o4Prohibit Ig08Imovements county prohibitionRhode Island I9042 prohibition towns 1908 Some local gainsSouth Carolina 1904 State dispensary i goST State dispen sary abolished 1907 8 prohibition counties South DakotaigluScattering prohibition towns 19o83 prohibition countie- sTennessee19o48 license cities i9o8 3 license citie- sTexas19o414o prohibition counties IgoSI5 prohibition counties Utah 1904 No1 prohibition territory Igo8152 prohibition counties Vermont 1904 138 prohibition towns 1908216 prohibition towns Virginia 1904 Local option 4hibitionWashington19o4Few pro bibition towns 1908 General local prohibition gains Vest Virginia 4904 40 out of J 54 counties dry 1908 State cam paign for constitutionalprohibition Wisconsin 1904 300 prohibit ion towns i9og 789 prohibition J townsWyoming19o4No prohibition J territory 1908 Some local gains Arizona1904No prohibition territory 1908 Two prohibition districts New Mexico 1908 State pro hibition asked for when admitted District of Columbia 1908 Prohibition campaign in progress CURED HAY F VET AND SUMMER COLD A S Naubaum Batesvllle Iud writes Last year I suffered for three month with a summer cold so distressing that it interferred with my business 1 had many of the symptoms of hay fever and a doctors prescription did not reach my case and I took several medi cines which seemed only to aggra vate it Fortunately I insisted upon having Foleys Honey and Tar It quickly cured me My wife has sinceused Foleys Ho nejr and Tar with the same success The loss by fire of the Green baum distillery and warehouses With other property at Midway will be near 1OOOJ ooo The Greenbaums who operated the distillery it is said are covered by insurance The big losses will come from outside per sons who had whisky stored in the warehouses Many of these no in surance WHY JAMES LEE GOT WELL Everybody in Zadesvile 0 knows Mrs Mary Lee of rural routeS She writes My husband James Lee firmly believes he owes his life to the use of Dr Kings New Discovery His lungs were so severely affected that consumpt ton seemed inevitable when a friend recommended New Dis covert We tried it and its use has restored him to perfect health Dr Kings New Discovery is the King of throat and lung remedies For coughs and colds it has no equal The first dose gives relief Try it Sold under guarantee at Chas C Davis drug store Soc and 100 Trial bottle free Wilbur Wright the American aeroplane inventor gave his ma chine a public trial at Lemans France and sailed twice around a field in one minute and fortysix saconds The distance travled was a little over ia mile The machine behaved well and the exhibition was accounted a distinct HOW TO AVOID APPENDS CITIS- Mostvictims of appendicitis are those who are habitually cons tipa ted Foleys Orinp Laxative cures chronic constipation by stimulating the liver and bowels and restores the natural action of the bowels Foleys Orino J4xativedoes not nauseate or gripe and is mild and pleasant to take Refuse sub stitutes Sold by Chas C Pavis Established DE iOoO i i Being overstocked on certain lines it is necessary we run our stock down and in order to do so we offer our entire stock ofi Shoes Cfofhing and i 20 Per Cent Discount iDress Goods and Calicoes Our entire line of Dress Goods and Cailcoes go at a discountof 15 PER CENT i L LFKRUEGERSOH Mt Vernon Phone 87 K KentuckyI VVW vrv V PROGRAM J For fifth Sumday meeting of the Executive Board of the Rockcastle Association to be held at Poplar Grove church Saturday and Sun day August 29th and 30 1908 SATURDAY to A M Singing and prayer 2 Meeting called to order and the mission of the Board stated by Bro H C Gentry Chm 3 Welcome addresses Rev James Cummins and Rev Godby 4 Home and Foreign Mission Revs Dock Gooch and W M BrockI5 Adjournment for dinner which will be served at the church 6 The needs or benefit of this Board to the cause of Christ and the Association Geo E Painter Open for general discussion SATURDAY NIGHT 7 Th t true Church of Christ when and where established Rev C C Wilson SUNDAY 8 The design of Baptism and what it is for in a literal sense Rev A J Pike 9 Final perseverance of the Saints Rev C C Metcilf C Gentry Executive Board 1H E Painter M Hurst About4uo former employes ofthe Government printing office bindery who were dismismissed by former Public printer Stillings cannot re enter the service without submit ting to another examination I EXCELLENT HEALTH ADVICE Mrs M M Davidson of No 379 Gifford Ave San Jose Cal saysiThe worth of electric Bitters as a general family remedy for headache biliousness and torpor of soyroJbenefit of those seeking relief from such afflictions There is more health for the digestive organs in a bottle of Electric Bitters than in any other remedy I know of Sold under guarantee at Chas C Davis drugstore soc 1887 At r I untnnttnnnnnnnnn tnnnunnnnttntntnnnntntn I 10 WATCH FREE I To one out of the first twenty five 25customers 3EwbQ trade 12 with us we will give absolutely free =E 10 watch Coupons will be issued to each customer =E until his purchases amount to 12 and these coupons =E are then exchanged for ticket The number on one 3EEtocall for your coupon w = SUMMER GOODSIn order to close them out = we are making exceptionally low prices on all kinds of = ESummer goods Bargains = w JI J STOKES w on Bast Fork Skeggs Creek = Three miles South of Mt Vernon P S Remember that in connection we have goner 3= al blacksmith shop Wagon making and repairing a == specialty ilUUHll1UU1U1U1U1H1U1UllU U1U1U1U1Ul1U lUIllUluilUU1 Bureau ofSols U S Department of Agriculture announces that un der the new and limited appropria tion for soil surveys made the last congress it will be impossible to undertake any considerable amountof new work during the en suing two years that in the stateof Kentucky only onenew county vyill be takeu up and that county is Rockcastle Our county owes this important distinction and probable benefit to the non Haney Helm congressman from this district when the subject of this appropria tion was broached last spring Mr Helm went to the chief of the Bu reau of Soils and got his promise that ii any new work was done in Kentucky part of it should be in his district The Chief has kept his promise and announces that the beginning of the soil survey of Rockcastle will be on April ist next When he found that he as well as the state was limited to one couu tyMr Helm chose Rockcastle tor the reason that its topography made its survey more interesting more likely of good results and more a a w r a a important of early accomplishment than any others of the destrict which have not been surveyed A BOON TO ECDERIDY PEOPLE Most elderly people have some kidney or bladder disoider that is dangerousFolds asitcorrects irregularities and tones n takingJ401eysand be vigorous Sold by Chas C Davis Senators Faraker arid Dick have been invited to attendbut not speak at the opening of the Taft cam paign in Ohio The principal ad dresses will be made by Gov Bar ris Senator Beveridge ane Gov Hughes No one is immune from kidney FoleyaKidney ofkidneynot beyond the reach of medicine For sale by Chas U Davis MT VERNON SIGNAL SFRIDAY Aug 14 1908 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on application MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATIO DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Congress HON HARVEY HELM- ANNOUNCEMENTS For County Court Clerk Weare authorized to announce C T JOHNSON as a candidate for County Court Clerk abject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announc FELIX BOWMAN as a candidate for County Court Clerk suject to the action of the Republican party FOR JAILIHI 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 Jaile 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 At sensor of Rockcastle County subjec to the action of the Republican party Hon Harvey Helm congressman from this districts will certify the U S Navy Department th nominations of Messrs Henry Poynter Burnett of Shelbyville and David Powlaud Lee of Danville for admission as cadets at Annapolis Their examinations will take place next Spring and if they succeed in passing the very rigid mental and physical tests now required they will become the Eighth District embryonic naval officers am representatives during four years of training at Annapolis and two years at sea Both of Mr Helm appointees are representative son of representative families and an very popular boys in their respect ive counties Each of these principals must have three alternates to take the place of the principal or of each other if for any reason one 01 more should fail to qualify Mr Helm has not finished selecting the alternates for either vacancy Mr Helm informs us that while it is very easy to find more than enough ambitious young men it the district who want to serve the Government in its army and navy he is impressed with the fact that few if any home boys in this day of the specialist are taking ad vantage of the opportunities offered for the education of our future diplomatists consus and p feded heads of the government departments Few seem tpjbipw that a principal part of the George Washington University is t1 College of Political SciencesI i wher all svtch specialties are taught and in which special in ducemeats in the way of cheap tuition board etc are made for ambitious young men Mr Helm will gladly put any such in com munication with the proper officers of the college mentioned NEWS ITEMS Count Zeppelin has given orders for the construction of two new airshipsWilson Law a wellknown oil op erator of Cleveland Okla died from the effects ot a sunstroke at Muskogee HugS Gibson of Los Angeles Cal has been appointed secretary of toe American Legation at Hon duras to Ell a vacancy Harry Thaw through ib4s at torney Cfcorfes Morchauser Chas filed ar petkioa in bankruptcy in the Federal Cowrt at Pittsburg When the annual army shoot opened at Post Sheridan Fdday teams from four divisions of the United States and frame Cuba and he Philippines were present The contestants are the picked rifcemes of the United States army The Grand Aerie of the Frate nal Order of Eagles will cpvene it Seattle Wash next Tuesday Dispatches to Duns Review in dicate further progress in the right direction although improvement is slow Not more than 500 will spen by the local committee Linroli on August 12 when W J Bryan I formally notified of his nominator After burning fora week the for eset fires In Calaveras cotny Cal are under control Thousands C dollars worth of property has beet destroyedThe TravelersIutei state Prosperity Congress vill beheld in New York City today under auspices of the Traveler Protect v Association and the United Corn mercial Travelers Without waiting for the Repub lican politicians of New York to de cide whon they want as Governor the friends ot Gov Hughes have begun arrangingforamassmeetin- to boom his candidacy A St Petersburg newspape prints a special from Teheran whirl says the Shah of Persia has obtained a loan of 250000 from the Russian Bank having depositec the crown jewels as security President Roosevelt conferrer Friday with Secretary Wright am Col Scott in regard to the West Point cadets found guilty of hazing No statement was made as to the result of the discussion The statement ofthe New Yoil clearinghouse banks for the past shows that the banks hold 59224 272 more than the requirements of the 25 per cent reserve rule Tis an increase of 140700 in the propor tionate cash reserve as compared with the previous week Governor Wilson openly denoun ced the County Judge and County Attorney of Bracken county He accused them ofa most shameful disregard ot their oaths to perforn their duty to the people in relation to the recent disorders in Bracken county growing out of recent night rider outrages Even if the Louisville syndicate succeeds in raising the money nec essary to exercise its option on thi majority of the stock of the Provident Savings Life Assurance Socie ty it is not believed iu New Yorl that the deal will go through Monday as policyholders opposed to the transfer will probably appeal to tbl courtsMr Brvan gave out for publication Thursday his reply to a circular let ter sent business men of country by James WVan Cleave president of the Manufacturers Association Mr Bryan accuses Mr Van Cleave of having a narrow idea of what constitutes a business man and enters into an elaborate defense of Gano Kelley proprietor of the Wellington Hotelat Georgetown has started a hotel keepers fund for the Democratic campaign He has sent his check for 5 to the treasurer of the Democrat ic National Committee with the hope that every other Democratic hotelkeeper in the United State will forward a similar amount Capt Kelley believes thatif the papers ofthe countrywiltckll attention to the possibilities iti such a contribution from every DemoCrat- ic hotelkeeper in the United StUes enormous sum can be raised for drs iemminating Democratic doctrines and he confident that uo hotelkeeper who is a Democrat and recieves his patronage from his Democratic riends would decline to give so nodest a sum as 5 To THE INSURING PuBucrOn April 8th 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 ofvery dollar called for in the policy I can heartit recommend Mr ilbrighhand his companies toany one wanting fire insuranceVery C H FRITH FOR SALEMy farm known as the Micajah McKenzie farm con aining 138 acres situated I3 miles vest of Mt Vernon HENKY HENZMAN ly3i3t Mt Vernon Ky FOR SORE FEET =I have fond ttckkeps Arnica Salve to be the proper thing fcp use for sore feet as well as for heeling burns sores cuts and all runner of abrasions writes Jr W Stone tOr East Poland Maine It is the roper filing too for piles Try it lol d undsr guarantee at Chas oJ- D4Wis diet sto e 2C HON B J BETHURUM Who was declared the Republican nominee for Commonwealths Attor ney at Somerset last Saturnav without opposition COMMISSIONER S SALE ROCKASTLE CIRCUIT COURT Citien Natl Bank Lancaster Ky Plff vs Commissioners Sale R G Ward Laura B Ward W H Hoskins W B Smith and J H N Singleton Defts Byvirture ofa judgment and order of sale of the Rockcastle Court rendered at its June tern thereof 1908 shall proceed to offer for sale at the front door of the court house in Mt Vernon Rockcastle county Kentucky to the auc1tiona m and 4 0 ptn regular county court dayon a credit of six months the followin described property to witA of land located in Rockcastle county Kentucky mostly on the waters of Copper creek and bounded and de scribed as follows Beginning at a stake three pines and a hickory pointer corner to a survey in name of N D Wilmott of 70 acres and 6 12 poles N 78 E from E D Kennedy locust corner on the narrows of the Chestnut ridge thence S 78 12 W 6 12 poles to said Kennedys locust corner N 82 W II poles to a small pine with chestnut oak and locust pointers on top of ridge NCs W25 poles to a pine and hickory and pine pointers S72 W39J poles to a gum on said ridge NSj poles to a small gum with gum and pincI pointers S8J4 Wj6 poles to a stone on a ridge with two small chestnut ters Is 120 poles to a stake with two pol lar pointers on a ridge 836 Wi24 poles to a stake with hickory pointers N6S VT33 poles to a walnut with pointers in aI hollow S353 Woo poles to a pine stump with pointers 836 Wloo poles to a hickory and a dogwood on a branch pointer NSO Ws6 poles to a chestnut oak with hickory pointers on a point 825 Ei8 4lo poles to a C 0 snump on a ridge with hickory pointers S62 W23 poles to a fallen pine 840 i W46 poles to a pine NS9 W59 poles to three white oaks S71 Wsii poles to a gum at the mouth of a drain S89 Wi6 poles to W 0 stump and Spanish oak on South of the branch thence croesing the branch 27t W8 poles to a W 0 stump Si6J E32 poles to a small chestnut SIt W at 75 poles pass two C 0 lines on top of thejcnob iu all 113 poles to a leaning S62 W at 195 poles pass a corner to Rothwell- in all 722 poles to a stake in the Hazard line known now as J C Boatmans near the road in lampblack hollow 858 poles to Elmorcs on the bank of a near a branch white oak now gone cliffI V66 poles to a west line of Kennedy Wilmott first 600 acre survey near poplar and gum S38 Eo poles to a small ory corner to land 600 acre survey thence with same ES3 E at 190 poles across Mud Lick or Spruce Pine branch in all 210 poles to a pine aed hickory on a point 838 E74 poles to two pines on a flat in Rainesline N52 Ejo poles to a hickory and dogwood near a ledge of rocks corner to Malhy N3c WS poles to a white oak Nto VSS poles to a white oak near a drain N87 E55 poles to a white oak stump N8 W32 poles to a poplar and white oak on a hillside N 7 Jpoles to a white oak near a branch S38 WSo to a poplar and hickory pointers to Hazerds 400 acre sur vey No Ei 2 poles to a Spanish oak in a deep drain S79 E36 poles to a W 0 poplar corner to Brooks N83 EI42 poles to the Hazard Corner now James Brooks N39 Ei8o poles to J H Lazwells line N35 W at 40 poles pass Lazwell c cor ner iu all 92 poles to a stake in Turg Trakes line on the chestnut ride S66 V38 poles to the beginning containing Fourteen hundred and eighteen and one fourth acres more or less For the purchase price the purchaser tiiust execute bond with approved surety bearing legal interest from day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply these terns G S GRIFFIN Master Com Rockcastle Circuit Court II SHE LIKES GOOD THINGS Mrs Chas E Smith of West Franklin Maine says I like rood things and have adopted Dr Kings New Life Pills as our family laxative medicine because they are rood and do their t work without raking a fuss about it These painless purifiers sold at Chas C Davis drug tore25 c Mrs Margaret Castens an aged St Louis woman has received 15000 as the result of a compact entered into by the girl students of q German convent Each girl greed to deposit a certain sum early the whole to be paid to the last survivor FoafluoNwrrASties BLUE GRASS FARM FOR SALE As Executioner of J W GiUis pie deceased the State Bat k Trust Co of Richmond Ky will on Thursday September Toth 1908 at 10 oclock a m offer for sale to the highest and best bidder the fine Blue Grass farm of said Gillis pie located near Lowell Garrard county Ky The entire farm consists of about 626 acres more or less and has thereon a splendid dwelling house containing 8 rooms a fine barn aud all necessary outbuildings and is convenient to church and school being located on a turnpike and about two miles from Lowell sta tion on the L N Railroadand eight 8 miles ftom Lancaster Ky by turnpikeThe will be offered for sale in three 3 parcels separately then the two parcels on South side of turnpike together and then the farm asa whole and will be sold in the manner bringing the oneIthird1will be due and payable and the balance of the purchrse money will be intwp equal installments due respectively Jan 1st i9io and Jan ist 191 all bearing legal interest from Jan 1st 1909 A lien will be retained for the deferred purchase money and notes with good security for all the purchase money must be executed on day of sale STATE BANK TRUST Co Richmond Ky By J A SULLIVAN Pres july is 3t- SUNFLOWER PHILOSOPHY- You scanometimes sell prosnects but you always have to discount them a good deal The way to succeed can be boiled down to one rule make a specialty of your buainess- It is possible to be a perfect lapy md eat cort off the cob but it impossible to look it Ark a baby wnats its name is and its mother will wipe its nose and say Tell the gentleman- A girls natural instinct is to run away from everything she sees and a boys is to throw at it No man ever made a fuss about his wifes dry goods bill that she lid not say that she was positively aggedFRRTILIziiRUse the Fish iuano Brand Fertilizer on your wheat For sale byF R ASHER lug 73t Mt Vernon Ky CASTOR IAFor Infants and Children The Kind Nor Hnvi Always Bought Bears the- Signature of tZ HTE8Cream Vermifuge TIE iUUUNTEEl WORM REMEDY THE CHILDREN FAVORITE TONIC er TMI CNUINI fMflMKB BallardSnow Liniment Co- sT tfOVimf MO Chas 0 Q avis I Women sufferers should use fAgDL MggK DONTl- et yourself to be miserable Why suffer from severe headIaches have fainting and be fretful Your liverIneeds attention Try Herbine the great liver regulatorI Ie URES Constipation Bilious ness Chills and Fever and Iall Liver Complaints Mrs E C Morrison HousIton Texas writeshI have suffered foryears from headaches dizziness fainting spells I severeI no relief until Itried and was completely use it always PRICE SOc Ballard Snow Liniment Co ST LOUIS MISSOURI Sold and Recommended by CHAS C DAVIS The headquarters of the Demo cratic National Committee in Chicago were formally opened Friday on the arrival from the East of Norman E Mack the national chairman John W Kern the Democratic nominee for vice Presi dent called at the headquarters and held a conference with chair man Mack regarding the outlook Summer complaints and other serious ailments common in hot weather can lie traced to the stomach nine times out of ten Keep the stomach in good order right now by keeping a bottle of Kodol handy in the house all the time but especially through this month Take Kodol whenever you feel you need it That is the only time you need to take Kodol Just when you need it then you will not be troubled with sour stomach belching gas on the stomach bloating dyspepsia and indigestiou Sold by Chas C Davis The new State Board of Elec tion Commissioners was named last week by Gov Wilson Judge C R McDowell of Danville is reappointed as the Democratic member of the board while John T Shelb of Lexington is made the Republican member of the commission Clerk of Court of Appeals Napier Adams is the third member of the board- ATTENTION ASTH MA SUFFERS Foleys Honey and Tar will give immediate relief to asthma sufferers and has cured many cases that has refused to yield to other treatments Foleys Honey and Tar is the best remedy for coughs colds and all throat and lung trouble Con tains no harmful drugs Sold by Chas C Davis CASTOBJABear the Bigiaturo of A 1J Mount Vernon Monumental WORKS M anufacturer ofand DEALER in Marbles and Granite Monuments of all kinds Estimates furnished on applicationALSO FOR Stewarts Iron Fences J lstJY fewatts Iron Fence II tifetlcneYI 1ro ARt 1RWlr IS tK firer taut CINCINNATI trot Tees biM low Ciu Bill e4 Oju jGKEO OWENS Propr We can furnish you this beatiful highgrade f folding bed at prices from upIWe can furnish you anything you want for your home from the kitchen to the parlor CI Ca coxBrick Bid opposite Courthouse iOld Kentucky Phone 941 or 97 DeG3C3gDiC3 G C= =r I SUMMER GOODS jll For the next few days I will offer some of theUU i best bargains ever offered on Summer Goods t Such as ISilks 1 White Goods Lawns EtcIIAnd in fact all kinds of dress goods have a largo stock ofgLIPPBS that must go regardless of price Highest price for country produce A C HIATT III- I I HIATT KENTUCKY fi 5 3 Accountdpersons keep their money here as a permanent in IMauy because the risk of loaning to individuals is avoid investment you can compute the net returns accu n Small amounts may be added at any time A savings account offers a profitable means to realize on funds that are Q idle awaiting investment You may withdraw a part or the entire amount at any time With a determination to save you r are always welcome here Vhy not lend your money to the 5 bank As borrowers we stand ready to receive such amounts as you can save from time to time We will pay you ft regu X lar rate of interest on your money Well explain in detail if you will call at the bank i THE BANK OF Mr VERNON l INCORPOUATRD KENTUCKYr 111111ttww fAT VERNON CJ53EBT CD 3 PRACTICAL = UNDERTAKERS 3 FUNERAL DIRECTORS 3 AND =5 EMBALMERS 3Mt Vernon KT Ea gj COUCH METALIC CASKET = 3 g Coffins and Robes = S Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of 3 wwork for the company s- ES Orders by wire promptly tilled Hearse sent to all points = gA B FURNISH W H KRUECER g gPnone Proprietors r i l11111111111111111111111111111111111111J111111111111111111 11111111111 S ML VERNON SIGNAL MT VERNON KY AUK 14 190s 79 Call up No 79 when you want to Commuei cate with SIGNAL 79 3 R Rco TIME TABLE J2r north i24pm 24 north 340 a m 23 south 124 P tvI 21 South 1220 a m JAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postoffice as secondclass mail matt- erPERSOi1AL lr Mrs Kitty Smith is very sick with typhoid Miss Georgia McFerron is visiting relatives here Dr R W Dyche spent Sunday with homefolks at London Morris and E B Brown spent Sunday with relatives here Misses Walker of Louisville are guests of Miss Frances Sparks Robert Bowman is suffering from a fractured bone of his left arm Mr James Vanwinkle is in Irvin looking after some business matters Miss Sallie Vowels of Louisville is visiting the family of her uncle R A Welch Mr Noe a brother of T M Noe is here from Harlan with a view of locating Miss Roberta Davis returned Tuesday from a pleasant visit with relatives at Stanford Casnier Walter Smith of the Bank of Sherburne is here this week and attending the Brodhead fairMrs J Moyer of Middlesboro Ky is visiting relatives and friends here and in the county this weekG T Johnson accompanied by his little daughter Hazel spent most of the week in Louisville bnying goods Made Swanuer the London brick mason is doihg the brick work for Atty C C Williams on his new houseIfL B ville spending has a splendi position with Belk nap Hardware Co Dr E J Morris the lady eye specialist of London was the guest of Mr and Mrs Sam Cox Sunday until Monday- J G Riddell and sister Miss Minnie have returned from a pleasant visit to relatives at N icholasville and Logana H H Hutcheson spent a por tion of the week with Cashier and Mrs Salin Mrs Huicheson is visiting her parents in Virginia- A E Albright the Brodhead merchant came up Monday and qualified as the administrator of the estate of the late Capt A H Evansfudge L W Bethurum was in Somerset Saturday to attend a meeting of the Republican Execu tive committee of the 28th Judicia districtF Thompson Jr J T Bow ling W H Fish Will Kerby Floyd Lewis and Scott Miller took advantage of the excursion and spent Sunday last in Louisville Mrs Nannie Harp was called home from Barboursville on ac count of the serious illness of her sister Mrs Kitty Smith Mrs A W Soward who was Miss Sallie Carmjpal came also Charlie Bowman who went West several weeks ago on account of his health found no relief and has returned home soon as he re turned he began to improve and i very decidely better Mrs Sue Butner and two daughters Misses Mattie and Fannie ere at Richmond attending the burial of Mrs Butners nephew J F1 Monday who died at Lexington Wednesday of consumption Mesdames D N Williams Nan uie Albright and Cleo Brown re turned Monday trom a two weeks visit to Mr and Mrs A W Stewart in Madison They were accompanied home by Mrs Ann RichardsonThe announcement of the marriage of Dr J F Bangh to Miss Alma Carson of Campbells yule which was solemized on the 6th was received a few days ago They will more than likely go to Guthrie Okla to make their future homeJohn E Pearce who is well and favorably known to Mt Vernon people and who is something of an expertmusician as well as a com poser will give a musical and lect ure at the court house either Mon day or Tuesday night Exact date to be given later LOCAL Read announcement of Farmers Institute found elsewhere in this issue McClure Fuqua hava sold their livery stable to Morris and E B Brown S B Ramsey has his new resi dence on West Main about completed J T Proctor did the carpen t r work IIDont fail to attend the Farmers which convenes at the court house in Mt Vernon August list and 22nd CHEAP 1908Iwill Sell lI Ky August 19th to zest at 201 tor the round trip on account of Knox County Fair The three bear old child of Mr and Mrs William Sowder struck his thirteen mouths old brother on the left band with a hatchet cutting the two front fingers entirely off The little fellow was bro ugbt here Sundav morning to have the wounds dressed and is doing very nicely Mt Vernons to have a new three storyMasonic Temple Work of ccnstruction will begin at once The three branches of the Masonic lodge the Blue lodge Chapter and Council have united and will build jointly The second story of J Fishs store and the space of ground between the store and Dr S C Davis has been purchased A store on the first floor will bee ected reaching the secondstory the entire space over both build ings will be converted into offices and the third floor will be for lodge purposes the hall proper library etc occupying the whole of the third story When completed this will be one one of the most beauti ful lodge rooms to be found any where in Eastern Kentucky Mt Vernon can boast of having one cf the most prosperous lodges in the State Come and bring your family to the Rockcastle County Farmers It s itnte to be held at Mt Vernon Ky Aug 21St and 22nd 1908 under the sups ices of the State De partment of Agriculture and Rock castle County Farmers Club The Ssate has secured the services of the folowing lectureis W T Kane of Fallsburer Ky whose subjects will be Purpose and ben efits of Farmers Institute soil fer tility on hill lands pastures sheet Angora goats breeding and development of kogs and their diseases alfalfa how to grow it alfalfa as a feed and soil reserver farm sanita tion the milk cow on the farm care feeding aud development of young live stock on the farm farm sanitationtM F Johnson Beuchel Ky his subjects Small fruits and how to grow them plant ing an orchard an ideal supply of fruits for farmers possibilities ot an acre in fruit good roads selecting and testing of seed corn our timber interests how to hold the boys on the farm The young people and ladies especially are in vited There will be something of interest to all G S GRIFFIN M G FISH Prest Secy Rockcastle Co Farmers Institute The following special from Frankfort dated Aug II says Secretary of State Ben L Bruner having discovered that several small State banks were operating branch banks without any separate or additional capital stock and that these branch banks were no making any quarterly reports to the State wrote a letter to At torney General Breathitt askin righst to establesh a branch bank in an other town or another county The Attorney General rendered h i opinion today and holds that it is absolutely unlawful for a Stat bank to conduct branch bank The principal complaint cam from Daviess countv where on bank with only 15000 capital stock has been conducting several branches that has no capital stock Several complaints from othe counties were also received The branch banks will have to discontinue or be protested The opinion will create a sensation i banking cities Since the Peoples Bank ot Mt Vernon is a branch it will of course be effected by the ruling When asked by a SIGNAL represent ative what the course of proceedure would be Cashier M B Salin said The Peoples Bank will be zed at once as movements are alreadyon foot to that end There is some talk of making its National Bank J TSp sT 11111 111111 I t t i roerreeerroeiiiiiiiiiNOe 184it fiex tlea 00 It 4J GET THE HABITe 0 0 L TRADE ATash- e00 e sf fl oee 00 oeyX005 8 Il 0 Ij t a eG a J gi v Sil WE CARRY A FOCL AND COMPLETE LINE OF e Im a cali t M EN S and BOYS i e ert e 8 AtNI- N 00N te a CLOTHING Nr1 e r SHOES HATS SHIRTS it m FACTe 4 t mi EVBRYTHINGTOWEAB i m LET US SHOW YOU THE NEWEST THINGS I e or t s SffOfsAbeBerre Ctothie1O I PHONE 77 ee- 8 H OeOe0000e0000e000sS 00 5SSS- S0e0o00005SS01000 r0 000 0 0etc0000t000VOS0 e0 e000 00Ot0000000e000000000000000100 JOOOt0000000- Se 00000 SSS ROCKCASTLE COUNTY FAIR Wednesday began the thirteenth annual exhibition of the RockcaS tie County Fair Association The unlucky isMsnot proving so in this intance but on the other hand is showing itself a favorate number with the Fair Association The crowd in attendance the display in the Floral Hall and the exhibit of good stock far exceeds any for liter year More than a score of good horses some having come as far as Knoxville Tenu are on ex hibition the fruits and vegetables and field products of every vat iety show the marvelous improvement along agricultural lines through out the county The following is the list of pre miums and showing to whom awardtdWEDNESDAyFIRST DAY FARM PRODUCTS Best one peck wheat J C Gibbs first Sam McHargue second best 12 ears white corn Henry Hysing er first R L Smith second best 12 ears yellow corn G W Marle pectk oats s Sam Mc Hargue second best pick rye J secgn first N I Blanton second swee potatoes J B Livesay first Mrs potsstoes Julia Ann Lunceford neHysinger first Clell MetomatoeseR L Smith second beets G M Sigmon first Clel Lunsford second dried apples Emmra second cucumbers Mrs Minnie Hayes first Mrs Robert Hamm second cabbage James Saylonapples H C Tones first Mrs Mary E Coffey second peaches Rev A J Pike first J M Sigmon second pears H C Jones first Mrs Bettie Jones KinJnrstgrapes Jerry Chestnut first WLKing second water melons Ance Messer first Mrs James Johnson JamesI cantelope Mrs James Johnson first pumpkin J W Owens best FrankIhnfirst tear second broom corn G W Sigmon first Mrs Ella Blanton second sugar cane Gill Lunsford first Sim Saylor second millet Gill Lunsford first J C Gibbs second timothy Jack Sutton first Sam McHargue second clover J T Tate first J C Gibbs second alfalfa Fred Shivel first W T Shaffer second CUUNAUY DEPARTMENT White cake Mrs John Cress first Mrs Granville Owens second golden cake Mrs Minnie Hayes first black cake Mrs John Craw ford first Mrs W L King sec ond cocoanut cake Mrs Dug Brown first Miss Ina Roberts second caromel cake Miss Ina Rob erts first old fashioned corn pone Mrs Wood Petrs first Mrs J H Barnett second biscuit Mrs J H Barnet first Mrs Wood Peters second saltrising bread Miss LU Mahaffyrsecond yeast bread Mrs Dug Brows first Mrs Minnie Hays second PRESERVES Peach preserves Mrs J H Bar Owenstsecond pear preserves Mrs Gran W1d G Mrs S C Franklin first Mrs Granyille Owens second kpple preserves Mrs Granville Owens first Mrs Maggie Bowman second best display of preserves Mrs Granville Owens fir t uiisecond J LIIES Apple jelly Mrs Granville Ow ens first Mrs J H Barnet second grape jelly Mrs Robert Hamm first Mrs Granville Owens second porn jelly Mrs Granville Owens first Mrs S C Franklin second grape jelly Mrs Wood Peters first Mrs Robert Hamm second HANDMADE ARTICLES Hysrngksecond comfort Mrs Robert Hamm fist Mrs Sigler Leece sec ond coverlet Mrs Harve Bpwman first counterpane Ms Ohas Arm strong first Mrs Geo Stevens second worsted quilt Miss Ro LeeceIsecond door rug Mrs Emma Capps first Miss Ella Dunn second yarn socks Mrs W L Godman first Mrs Mollie Hiatt second glemans gloves Mrs J A Hope ins first Mrs J B Livesay second ladies gloves Mrs Ellen Mahaffy first Miss Georgia Miller second table cover Miss Lucy Thomas first Mrs D N Williams second silk embroidery Mrs J T Murphy first Miss Carrie Lair second cotton embroidery Mrs Ella Dunn first silk quilt Mrs S C Franklin first Miss Mattie Wilmott second cotton crochet Miss Mary Shivell first Mrs Mary Carter second drawn work Miss Mary Shivell first Mrs Tabitha Roberts second battenburg Mrs JW Hutcheson first Miss Ella Dnnn second pin cushin Miss Ella Dunn first Mrs J W Hutcheson second sofa pillow Miss Mollie Hiatt first Miss Minnie Anderson second chair cushion Mrs Tabi tha Roberts first and second sun bonnet Mrs Susie Saylor first Mrs Olie Williams second display cut flowers Mrs Ellen Mahaffy first Mrs Granville Owens second MISCELLANEOUS Nicest honey comb H S Bran naman first N 1 Blankenship sec ond sorghumG E Painter first W L King second butter Mrs Wood Peters first UrsW L King sweet pickles Mrs John Crawford first Mrs Floy Erancis co second display canned fruit andIberrry wine W L King first J A Harmon cucumber pickles Mrs John Crawford first Mrs Wood Peters chowchow Mrs Sallie Owens first and second apple vinegar Mrs Mary Shivell first G E Painter second Hitch up race for ladies Mrs L B Hilton and Miss Ella Dunn first MissesLou Phillips and Miss Myrtle Adams second most grace ful horseback rider Miss Lou Phil lips first Miss Maud Watson second best running walker J T Cherry first Kin Anderson second mule race Harrison Burdette first Tom Mink second Bill King thitd combined saddle or harness mare or gelding N W Rogers first and J R Beasley second TAKEN upA black bore weight about 60 pounds with white feet came to my place in May Owner can have same by paying all damages- J W ROBERTS July 30 31 Brodhead 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 Small donations is what Mr Bryan is asking for Reported last issue3200 oooooooooooooooooooooooooo OoI Scoffs Emulsion is powerful nourish g a ment highly concentrated rd It makes bone blood and muscle without o putting any tax on the digestion- ALL o DRUGGISTS 50c AND 100 OOOOOOOOO QOOOO OOOOOO v k i1l JThe OIRe1iabIeJj Mst any Drug or Patent Medicine see advertized in the SIGNAL can be younil THE0LD RELIABLE III Cheapest Drag Store in the county liB S C DAVISSo- uth Side Min Street lil MT VERNON KY GRANVILLE OWENS = I UNDERTAKER iI I Brodhead Ky I I COMPLETE LINE ilrit Coffins Caskets and Robes J All Mail Telegraph or Tele phone orders Promptly Filled I I have no auction goods or lottery schemes to offer you This is my 2th year in the buggy business in Rockcastle county That is ample time to prove to the people what kind of vehicles I have been handling When you buy buggy buy a good one You can save a few dollars by buying a Cheap John vehicle but it isnt economy in the long run nor good sense in the short run If I cant please you go where you please But for your pocketbooks sake give me the first whack A flossy looking vehicle built to sell at a tempting price is the poorest investment you can make It is an expensive economy Even the horse becomes ashamed of such a vehicle I DONT SELL THAT KIND I know you are a believer in the old saying thatUmisrepresentation is the thief of trade I am not here to sell you a vehicle today and gone tomorrow I am here to stay I am just an old homespundyedinthe wool one of Rockcastles sons and you can rest assured I will be selling buggies righthere until I am carried to the old field to rest I will trade you a buggy to your old roan redor blue cow If you havent got the cows bring on your little wormy shoats or any old thing Ive got the largest office in Mt Vernon it takes in Main Street Old Main Richmond St Somerset Ave London Boulevard You will have no trouble in finding me when you call youll always find me lum bering around in the office some where Will be glad to have you any time Yours tru- lyHUGH MILLER aa= s r UNDBTAKSR f All Orders by Promptly t W1A1COX FilledI Phone 94S MT VERNON ICY 38S = = oJ CHAMBERLAINS COLIC CHOLERA AND DIAR RHOEA REMEDY BETTER THAN DOCTORS Three yeaas ago we had three doctors with our little boy and everything that they could do seemed in vain At last when all hope seemed to be gone we began using Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and in a few hours he began to improve To day he is as healthy ta child as could wish forMrs B J Johnson Clinton Miss For sale bv Chas C Davis The Asiatic cholera continues to make steady althoug as yet not alarming progress in the Volga re gion of Russia The chief centers of the disease are at Astrakan and in Saratov province i OASTOBiAaBeantbo Signature of A Bourif CRL4xECOlJCHAN- D CURE THE LUNCS rWITH Dr Kings I IiIAND ALL THROAT AND LUNGTROUILES GUARANtEEDSATIBFA ORj Oil MONEY REFUNDED FOR SALEMy farm of 200 aI cres in the Eastern part of the county ISO acres in cultivation 80 acres of which is in grass Good buildings splendid orchard well watered and under good fence Will sell at a bargain vvf ALLEN Withers Ky Our line of Couch Caskets J is unexcelled Handmade Coffinsfurnished Hearse sent to all parts of iJI the county Wire f parents Address WILLIS When the baby is cross and has you worried and worn out you will find that a little CASCASWEET the well known remedy for babies and children will quiet the little one in a short time The ingredients are printed plainly on the bottle Con tains no opiates Sold by Chas C Davis DRINO 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 stoma ach liver and bowels Raf UB substitutes PriDe C- OoWACARSON PAFNTER ttlN- JUPAPERHANbER WALLPAPER ROOM- MOULDINGS ETC Let us make an estimate on work before placing your order V All Work Guaranteed READ ME HAD AN AWFUL TIME BUT CHAMBERLAINS COLIC CHOLERA AND DIARRHOEA REMEDY CURED HIM It is with pleasure I give you this unsolicited testimonial About a year ago when I hada severe case of measles I got caught out in a hard rain and the measles settled in my stomach and bowels I had an awful time and had it not been for the use of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I could not have possibly liWl but a few hours longer but thanks to andwellthrough simple gratitude and I shall always speak a good word tor this remedy SAM H GWIN Con cord Ga For sale by Chas C Davis A special session of the Georgia Legislature may be called to give the committee investigating the conduct of the State prisons time to complete its work DeWitts Little Early Risers safe easy pleasant sure little liver pills Sold bv Chas C Davis A Mild Laxative For Babys Bowels The infant or the child should not be harshpiUs medicinerememberthateffective remedy for childrens stomach CaldwellsSyrup youngpeoples manytonic sys1temCaldwells Syrup Pepsin Is Mrs Spalding ofMayfield Ky and she writes that she gives it to bewithouttime and ought to know Mothers will find this an invaluable remedyfor old and young in constipation dyspepsia thepianyc1aimpadeasily brought aboutIdiswasesdp not care to eat orplay when all that is really thatryour druggist today and buy a botUe and pee againIt to use 5QcentFREE TEST Those wishing to try Dr wells Syrup Pepsln buy homebyaddressln2 UIosewhoQentiestyetTHEVERDICTas SYRUP PEPSIN This hears purity cPESINt1t1 Caldwell i I1 MwitIesUe Ill THE EAST AND THE WEST The difference between the old view of the East and the new one should be noted Formerly the Ea t was Wall street It was th lair of the money power wi ose tentacles stretched west and ew braced the nation It was the abiding place of parasite financial kings who took the Western farmer by the throat It brought Western Legislatures and ruled thpI states through the railroads It gambledand the rest of the country had to pay But that state of affairs is now over The West no longer fears Wall street though part of the West distrust it We have been suffering panic but the Mississippi Valley farmer declares that he panicIhis own hands He can regard us dispassionately and when he de livers judgement against us it i not because of the harm we do him but of our failure to live up to his idea of good citizenship We Ore a drag on the wheel of progressThe has been radical in two ways a good way and a better way as the West sees it The East has been conservative in two ways a inithe West the radicalism which we mav call economic It wanted free silver in 1896 it has pursued the trusts since then it has tamed the railways it has hankered after the joys of ph sical valuations and bank deposit guarantees But there is also the equally potent radicalimofthe idea which is mainly politicalthe cleaning out of the houses of Legislature the elimination of the boss the destruction ofthe party fetich through primary reform and the principal of direct nominations in a word the movement toward more and more democracy Against this what has the East to show The West might forgive us our conservatism of the market our insistence on rigid financial standards our more lenient counte nance to the railroad and the cor poration our patience under a tariff system in which theoretically we have all ceased to believe But it is that worse conservatism which patiently accept the old abuses of party and boss the resultant public corruption that stirs the West to contempt And if it be true that to aspire in the right direction is to be justified how far wrong is Western radicalism in vaunting itself above usNew York Even jug Post Does your back ache Do you have sharp pains in the side and the small of the back This is due usually to kidney trouble Take DeWitts Kidnev and Bladder Pills They will promptly relieve weak back backache rheumatic pains and all Kidney and Bladder disorders Sold and recommended by Chas C Davis Boston will entertain during the week the seventh National Con vention of the American Federation of Catholic Societies which will be a notable religious gathering The National Convention of the Catholic Total Abstinence Union opened in New Haven Conn on Wednesday ILIFE INSURANCE For twentyfive cents you can now insure yourself and family against any bad results from an Bttack ot colic or diarrhoea during the summer months That is the price of a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy a medicine that has never been known to fail Buy it now it may save life For sale by Chss C Davis Germans throughout the em pire have been aroused by the dister to Count Zeppelins great airship and subscription funds have been started in nearly city already 375 006 has been raisedwhich will be given to Count Zeppelin to defray his expenses in building a The little attacks of stomach trouble and stomach disorders will undoub ly lead to chronic dyspep sia unlbss you take something for a sufficient time to strengthen the stomach aId give it a chance to get well If you take Kodol in the beginning the bad attacks of Dy spepsia will be avoided but if you allow these little attacks to go un beaded it will take Kodol a long time to put your stomach in good condition again Get a bottle of Kodol today Sold by Chas C Davis Kentucky Fair Dates Lexington August 10 5 days daysUniontnwu BRODHEAD August 12 3 days Springfield Aug li 4 days Sulphur Aug 14 2 davs Columbia Aug 184 days Lawrenceburg Aug IS 4 days Shepherdsville Aug 18 4 days Leitchfleld Aug T8 3 days daysIBarboursville August 194 19 3 days Vanceburg Aug 19 4 days Ewing Aug 20 3 days Elizabeth town Aug 253 days NicholasvilJeAug 25 4 days London August 25 4 aysJShelbyville Aug 26 4 Gern antown Aug 26 4 days Florence Aug 26 4 days daysI4 days i 4 days Alexandria Sept i 4 bays Bardstown Sept 2 4 days Fern Creek Sept 2 4 days Monticello September 84 days dayss9 4 KentuckyState Fair Louisville Sept 14 6 days REMEDY FOR DIARRHOEA NEVER KNOWN TO FAIL I want to say a few words for Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I have used this preparation in my lamily for the past five years and have recom mended it to a number of people in York county and have never known it to fail to effect a cure in any instance I feel that I can not say to much for the best remedy of the kind in the worldS JEMI SON Spring Grove YorKcounty Pa This remedy is for sale by Chas C Davis Elmer Dover who resigned as secretary of the Republican Nation Committee to George R Shelton treasurer of the campaign fund William Hayward of Nebraska has been chosen as Dovers successor and will have charge of the Chicago headquarters Foleys Kidney Remedy will cure any case of kidney or bladder trouble that is not beyond the reach of medicine No medicine can do more Sold by Chas C Davis Capt Thomas Balt hints airship built for the army signal corps was examined asd accepted the Govern ment experts as complying with th specifications The machine must undergo sbeed and endurance tests before being fina 1y accepted There are many imitations ofDe Witts Carbonized Witch Hazel Salve but just one original Nothing else is just as good In sist on DeWitts It is cleansing cooling and soothing Sold by Chas C Davis R W DYOHE DENTISTMT VERNON KY Office in the J T Adams brick All Work Guaranteed Satisfac toryCrown and Bridge Work a Specialty Brodhead Marble Work S BODHEAD KY Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents for Iron Fence D B ALBRIGHT Manager M L MYERS DentistAt on Old Main Street MT VERNON KY Work nteedoI C C Williams ATTORNEYATLAWMT OFFICE On and floor o The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church streetSpecial attention given to collections Phone No 80 3 C MeCLARY Undertaker Embalmer Complete LINE of Caskets Robes c Orders by Telephone attended promptlyj The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been in use for over 30 years has borne tIle signature of and has been made under his per sonal supervision since its infancy Allow no one to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare goric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhrea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Panacea The Mothers Friend GENUINE ALWAYS m The Bought 4 X3K In i Pine Go Prunes M r Figs Evapi T All lien you t want 561 et W COi I J Mt CASTORIACARD E our we want to county1where more W J stylish LADIES MISSES Call show you whether J 3oc 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