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LI Published Every Friday t t 4 t fftt t Q i dun Litnni iDnaI II VOLUME XXII MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY AUG 13 1909 NUMBER 46 I FREE FREE SAVE GOLD STAMPS and furnish your home absolutely FREEwith Numerous Use ful and Ornamental Articles They cost you nothing andcan be secured with every tOe pur chase at the following stores Ask for them a JR FISH Mens and Boys Fine Clothing Shoes and r Furnishing Goods R B MULLINS SON t Staple and Fancy Groceries Call at either store above mentioned and se cure a saving boot and start saving Gold Stamps todayBanks pay interest on what you save Gold Stamps earn premiums to beautify your home on money you have got to spend Trade only with merchants who give you GOLD STAMPS FtRcLE= Py ANNOUNCEMENT Of an important fact that we i irfurniture springs matresses bedroom iBeds pieces of furniture any kind iWe cart furnish anything you and for your home in and see our line Wop c c coxh C MT VERNON KY q3g V tFf L f f t SOUTHERN LIFE IN SURANC E From time to fime there comet along a substantial testimonial of the Souths financial progre s Developement is a word constantly increasing in usage in our vocabulary Opportunities that were once permitted to come and go unheeded are now cmtght and nailed down Languid indifference more freequently than formally gets a jolt from aggressiveness and the Southern business world profits as a result of the encounter A striking illustration of this latterday tendency to curb sus picion of enterprise and welcome Southern progress came recently with the announcement that plans are under way or the organization of a great life insurance company for the South with headquarters in Kentucky It is significant that the proposition has been received by as many as seriously as it was launched by the few sincerely Twenty teu or even live years ago the announcement would have met with scant welcome Today it seems to have been received with a cordiality not unmixed with enthusiasm Men recognize in it an agency of benefit for both Kentucky and the South and consequently a personal friend The moment the swaddling clothes were ripped off the Citizens National Life Insurance Company an organization which is to have 5000000 of capital stock and 5 oooooo ot surpluspeople began to lift up their hands and take notice Since then it is declared letters and telegrams have poured in on the promoters from every section ofthe Southactually wishing Godspeed to the enter prise That the interest has not been limited to merely verbose sentiment is demonstrated by the substantial financial support proffered with every arrival of the mail The man who is evenmore than a ceusual tudearofcrinfnl eVei3fs- is impressed when introduced to the magnitude of the life insurance business in the United States Out of apparantly bewildering volumes of statistics he can readily gain however a conception dazzling in impressiveness and particularly useful in an under standable contemplation of the territory south of the Mason and Dixon line of the establishment therein of the proposed Citizens National Life It is well to bear in mind that the East in particular has until most recent years enjoyed almost be described as a monopoly of the lifeinsurauce business While Easterners have drawn with tremendous profit to themselves the money from Southern policy holders they must also be credited with possessing increasing faith ip life insurance In 1873 the total amount in policies reported to the New York Insurance department was 2086 027178 This total had increased at the end of 1908 to 10623733 785 New York Citys life in sarance assets aggregated in 1908 1725000000 Hartford Conn has a population ot 80000 It had life insurance assets in 1908 ytbas1908 had life insurance assets of 44000000 or 6428 per capita These figures however do not convey their full significance until contracted with Louisvilles aggre gate life insurance assets in icjoS of about 2000000 with a population 250000 There is no end to the evidence that life insurance business is proiitable for a community We are wont to turn eternally to New York when we study things financially One prominent New York company twenty years ago had a little over 6000000 of assets Its statement showed assets in 1908 of 236000000 and the assets have probably increased to about a quarter of a billion of dollars today Four prominent metropolital life insurance companies in 1908 had a total income of 337 837 1 tg Allowing three hundred business days for the year this means that these four Continued on 4tbPMe ji BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOOL Brow Memorial School will open SeptftL e theIschool has donefor the mmunitv and especially upon the record of our last years work we come to the people of Mt Vernon and vicinity asking a continuance of the cooperation and support which contributed so largely to the success lot last year While we had a large attendance and good work last year we expect a much larger enrollment this year and feel sure that with a better knowledge of the conditions and needs of the school and acquaint ance with the pupils we can look forward to i ranch better year of work even than we had last year Brown Memorial School is here to serve its patrons in the best manner possible and it will even be the earnest purpose of tbe management of the school to maintain the hiihstandard of excellence in scholarship and character for which Brown Memorial has ever stood That education which does not develop the child along all sides of his nature physically intellectually and spiritualy is not worthy the name To establish right principles strong conviction oa questions of right and wrong firm adherence to duty in short a Christian Education making men and women who axe thoroughly furnished with all good work rightly dividing the Word of truth is our aim to this end Daily systematic study of the Bible is required of all grades The course of study will be practically the same as last year conforming as for as possible to the course of the Louisville Public School and the County High School Course of Stu9yIt looking toward the establishment of a Counlv High School in Mt Vernon few changes have ben made jn the personel Jof the faculty although some changes have been found necessary in the assignment of work as Miss Thorton and Miss Lee will not be with us this yearMiss Waddell who has beenvery successful in primary work will have charge of the first second and third grades Miss Louise Hotchkiss whose work in the Intermediate grades was so satisfactory last year will again have charge of that depart ment having the fourth fifth and sixth grades Miss Laura Wiley of Greensboro oftheIAshville and of Wooster Univer sity Ohio has been secured for High School work After gradu sting at the Normal Miss Wiley taught very successfully for two years and has since taken a four years course at Wooster University where she was graduated last- June Knowing the character ofwork done in both these institutions we feel we are very fortunate in securing the services pf Miss Wiley The classes in Mathematics in the High School will still be in charge of Miss McCord and Miss Ruth Smith will have History and BibleMiss Keys will again have charg of the music The teachers need no intro duction to the patrons of the schoolAnyone wishing further informa sion concerning the school should call on or write to Miss McCord and it will gladly be given It is important that applica tions for enrollment in the school be made as early as possible as from present indications the school will be full- Those who have already made application for a place in Langdon Dormitory are asked to write at once to Miss McCord making definite arrangements as to terms otherwise the placewill be given to some one else Those who have not yet should send in applications before August isth as any vacancies will be filled in applicationsAny take students to board either in the regular way qr to work for their board will please communicate with Miss McCord as early as- able LlYlNflSTOK Little Grace Jones is som- ebetterMrs J D Brewer aud- children of Nashville are visit SIgone for a months visitBorn to the wife of W N Riggs a fine boy This will add one more to the Democrat partyMr Sam Ward has returned from Hiatts villeMr and Mrs Bill Shelton have returned from Gilberts CreekLechleiter Broache the new restaurant men seem to be get ting along O K They have a good trade and both seem well satisfied Buck Howard and D C Alcorn will leave today for Clear creek and other points to look at timber for the Livingston Lumber CompanyMrs Joe OMary has returned froth Louisville where she has been visit lag for two weeksJ H Walton left Jo Cruise Ferry Momday to help build Bowman CockerelPs big tobacco barnA Doods worth representimg Straus Co Clothiers of Chicago is with us this week Elza French of Mt Vernon passed through here Tuesday en route to Richard Moores on a fishiig trip J A Mullin3 made a business trip to MiddleSboro this w ekB H Brummett who has been very sick for some time is slowly improving H Conley the tie inspector is here taking up tiesW G Riv ers is slowly improvingMrs- w H Rice has gone to Stanford for a weeks visitBart Sams was with us yesterday He will move down about the 20thH- L Deiph has sold a onehalf in terest in his store to Bart Sams of Mt Vernon and the style of the firm will be Sams Delph G W Parsons ot Quail passed ithrtUghbere Tuesday en route 1aIearfiThedr- ummer boy is attending the Berea fair Livingstons base ball boys played Wildie here Sat urday and the score stood 10 to 12 in favor of Livingston Be fore the game was over there was a fight It is aot necessary to give names but will say both men are prominent men and this is why we withhold their names We would be glad to see the time when we could be like other towns that is have a big day without a fight or some ndsdo infoWe live in a civilized coun try and under the blaze of the the gospel and why oh ivhy cant we do better Lets get ashamed of our selves and try to mend our ways Uriah Adams remains about the sameA Pennington is in Jackson county visiting the old homestead How sweet to my memory are the scenes ofmy childhood Richard McDaniels who has been an invalid for sev oral years died Thursday night and was buried Friday onGrauley branchMiss Nettie Rice has been on the sick list this week Mr and Mrs L H Davis have taken rooms at the Pope Hotel and will board for a month W E Gray is back working at the new office at LivingstonJ- B Donley has returned from Danville where he has been at tending the fairMrs Monroe is working in the L office at Haeel PatchMrs J E Woodall has returned from Stan fordMarried at the residence of Mrs W DOwens last Thurs day Mat Mink of the Skeggs creek section and Miss Emma Carrier May their journey through life be one of pleasure J A Oliver and family have returned from McKee and yesterday he passed through town in a buckboard en route to the mouth of Skeggs creek on a fishing trip He will return when the roses bloomThere is a hot contest being waged in Laurel county now at almost fever heat and next Saturday will decide it But just let them fight it out We lire like the boy the calf run over we haTe nothing to say But what we look at is how they earl saS such hard things about each other and then when they hear tie crack of the party whip they all fall in line k Established 1887 ROCKCASTLECOUNTYFAIR i A- TBRODHEAD KY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY AND FRIDAY AUG18192009This Reduced Rates on all Railroads Every day a good day First day Ladies Day Jlaces each day of Fair Balloon Ascensions each day JUDGE R G WilLIAMS of Covington will speak second day GOOD BAND MUSIC Dont forget there will be an Ocean Wave Swing something new and entertaining Expect to surpass all previous Exhibitions This is every bodys Fair and we want everybody to come Special Coach on Local from Livingston to Brodhead each day PHONE YOUR WANTS TO No89If you need medicines of any kinds call S3 When you want prompt service f in case of accident call 89 If you want the Doctor call 39- j When you are ready to paint W your house call 89 jrj If you want ice cream call 89 In fact make 89 your servant you will always find ready and willing service at our endof the line All Phones lead to HAS DAVIS Leading Druggist g All Orders Wire Miss Lizzie Fishback has returned Louisville after a pleasont visit with Miss Ethe- lMuddMiss Stella Reynolds has been with her sister Mrs Will Graves who has been very sick this has been a new organized at the Baptist church known as the B Y P U They held two Meetings Their membership is rapidly increasing Following are the officers Lawrence Rice President Miss Anna M Waltoa Vice President Harve Gentry Secretary Miss Minnie Quiggins Treasurer and Miss Nettie Rice Organist Mrs Smith Kelly has returned a in Owsley Cockrell r J3PHONE YOUR WANTS TO No 891tIfa body need a body call Q9 Get your Hammocks no- w9fse to 300 Get your Croquet Sets now 125 up Get your Base Ball Goods now Young ladies now is the time to buy your toilet goods of all kinds Please call in and let us show you Dont forget the numberri i 8g DAVIS 8qi Itll UNDERTAKES I countyBowman LeadingDruggicb Our line of Couch Caskets I1II is unexcelled Handmade Coffinsfurnished Iiitheby Promptly Filled WACOXPhone 94S MT VERNON KY I t = 5 from weekThere society have from visit are rebuilding the wire bridge across Roundstone Mr Will Ward will soon move to Berea where he will make his future spentSaturdayon the KlondykeMiss Loretta Saturdaynightall reported a good lime Little Gertrude Howell of Corbin is visiting her grandpa J A Mul lins this weekH D Magee has returned from Louisville and report a good timeDoctor Childress is having a walk built from the school house to the side walkRev Vanwinkle began a protracted meeting here Monday night which will continue several days t I tC p 4 I Ftp KR UE U E R 1 S 0 N t f iji1i l fij i V flif5S 1 ii1 5 I ShoeforMen v Hannah Oxfords 350 and 406 Walk Over Ox 350 and 400 American GentlenSi 34and45 f j Y Itj f II f f 4 lJ r r f f I American Lady Shoe American Ladies Shoes in Oxfords are worn by all good dressers They have the style comfort and wear that no other hstry a pair 3 to 350 Dress and Wash Goods Uur line is complete Silks in all shades and H j it pricesHosiery iil i Our line of Ladies Gents or Boys- Hose are guaranteed Come tryyR pair i MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY Aug 13 1909 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT F SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising application rates made known on MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION I J The BosworthWyatt Good Road Amendment to the Constitution of Kentucky which passed the last Kentucky Legisature by its almost unanimous vote and which is to be voted on at the next November General Election of lOog by the voteTs of Kentucky is as follows towit The credit ofthe Commonwealth may be given pledged or loaned to any county of the Commonwealth for public road purposes and any county may be permitted to incur an indebtedness in any amount fixed by the county not in excess of five per centum of the value of the taxable property therein for public road purposes in said county provided said ado ditional indebtedness is submitted to the voters of the county for their ratification or rejection at a special election held tor said purpose in such manner as may be provided by law and when any such indebtedness is incurred by any county said county may levy in addition to the tax rate allowed under Section 157 of the Con stitution of Kentucky an amou- nttt1tt exceeding twenty cents on the hundred dollars of the assessed valuation of said county for the purpose of paying the interest on said indebtness and providing a sinking fund for the payment of said indebtedness H Section 177 of the Constitution of Kentucky forever prohibits th State from lending its aid to are in ar J any way helping the counties in road building or taking any part whatever in behalf of the cause of Good Roads Section 158 of our State Constitution limits the power ofany ountry to become indebtedmore than two per cent of the assessed valuation thus making it im possible for the greater number of our counties to raise sufficient fnnds to do any road building at all Section 157 of onr State con stitution provides that a county cannot levy exceeding fifty cents ou each One Hundred Dollars of taxable property therein for any purpose whatever thus making iti impossible for many of the counties to provide sufficient means to create a sinking fund and pay interest on the debt created to build roads As a consequence of these limitations and restrictions of the powers of the counties and also of the Commonwealth of Kentucky good road building in Kentucky has been a thing of the past since the adoption of OUT present Con stitution This Constitutional Amendment will remove these restrictions which are a barrier to the passage of such a system of Road Laws b our Legislature as will enable our counties and our State rand per haps our Federal Government to join hands in this important work of building and maintaining a system of improved highways in parts of Kentucky the accomplish ment of which Would do so much for the advancement progress and development of Kentucky and wonld mean more than all else for the comfort convenience and im proved condition of all our people If this Constitutional Amendment receives a majority of the votes at that election it will then be possible for Kentucky to pass such a system of Good Road Laws as are in effect in the States of New York New Jersey Connecticut Michigan Massachusetts Califor nia and Pennsylvanie and in fact every other State where progress and advancement is being made in building and maintaining good roads while our own Kentucky is at a standstill If are in favor of good roads BosworthIWvatt hand in making it possible for everv county in our State to have the very best improved highways Hats ri7 s iI gtt Stetson a sr i 4 oo Green I 0 r tis tttfYS orf d xatcY p s 300 nrar rw Cirg r Shirts r Our line of shirts is the best in lnsizes from 5Octhto2e 1 iLlJeYnty e Gold Medal Flour We sell Gold Medal Flour best patent 815 per barrel in wood and LOO per sack If is the best flour made by anynlill t Order a barrel or a sack cii h j i i SHEEP QUARANTINED Governor Wilson was notified by Secretary of agriculture at Washington that Kentucky in the near future will be quaran tined to prevent the spread of scabies a disease of sheep Dr F T Elisenman state veterinarian is in receipt ofa letter trom A D Melvin chief of the bureau of animal industry stating that this action to be taken because of the prevalence of the disease in the state and the absence of state control over the movement of sheep in interstate commerce As Louisville is probably the largest sheep market in the state and as Kentucky is a sheep breeding state tin quarantine will Dr1Iwill be action on the part of the county fiscal courts throughout the state to kill off the disease in the various counties Denny B Goode editor of the Focus published in Louisville was assaulted by Adjutaut General P P Johnson who struck him several blows with a heavy cane breaking the stick in three pieces Goode was sitting in his office when Gan Johnson entered and asked him if he was responsible for an article appearing in that paper in which Johnson was referred toas Peacock Johnson and being answered in the affirmative he Struck him with his cane Gen Jdhuson was given an examining trial on the charge of malicious assault and held over to answer to the grand juryioflPulaskiNational Bank While Spain shows calm in the interior the situation in Morocco is still serious Spain is assembling reinforcements to carry out the purposes of her campaign in Africa while the Moore are gathering to resist the Spanish advance and this week is likely to see en countelrs of more or less gravity liissaidthe tobacco warehouse men are fending agents to the Burleydistrictsolicitbng the groWers tQk ep out of the Burley and Equity pools and of their tobacco through the warehouses The agents ate said to have met with considerable success j FARM FOR sALEI desire to sell my farm of 500 acres located near Livingston on what is known as Trace branch about one half farm in timber balance in cultivation good two story residence barn and other outbuildings never failing orchard of nearly 500 trees A store house and a splendid location saw and grist mill located on farm On account of age and health not being able to work the farm will sell at a bargain ifsold at once A J SAMS Julvi64t Livingston ShtJo tffi8 tk 1HERBINErUDE MARK I 2What Is It Cure For BILIOUSNESS CONSTIPATION I- fj DYSPEPSIA MALARIA CHILLS AND FEVER AND ALL LIVER tq j jq COMPLAINTSi tq the child and the family now keeps Herbine othersaIx omel I know o- rtlPrice 50 Cents per Bottle j BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO a ST LOUIS MO OC gO Sold and Recommended by QCtfft CHAS a DAVIS Mrs Mary Copley Tnaw mother ofH try K Thaw Saturday made public a statement in which she compared the testimony given by alienistsin behalf ofThaws effort to free himself from the insane asylum to the evidence given by Mr Jeromes alienists The closing arguments at the insanity hearing were made Saturday at at White Plains 1C YM and a decision handed down Thursday In defiance of the protestations of China Japan Saturday began the construction of the Antuug Mukden railroad Work was started by Japanese engineers and constructors simultaneously ateach end of the line They acted on instructions from Tokio Cant Oscar Eastmpnd of the National Soldiers Home Dayton 0 was shot and killed Saturday by Edward Leonard another veteran The murdered man was Colonel of the First North Carolina Infantry in the First North Carolina Infantry in the Civil War r OA tB XW onlABeua tieTheSignature FOR SALEOn eesv terms 7 room two story house large lot good stable and other necessary outbuildings This is very de sirable residence prooerty on Stanford St Crab Orchard Ky For fnrther information address SiC KING Enslev Ala our FL3 WEBS FOR SALEI I can furnish the public with the best as well as the fresest of cut flowers plants of all kinds bulbs potted flowenr on short notice Also make a of wreaths for funeral purposes In connection with the specialtyi all kinds of vegetables on hands onable prices CHRISTMAN GREEN HOUSES ED HUBHARD PROP Stanford Ky J SHERIFFS SALE By virtue of execution No 610 direted to mp which issued from the Clerks office of the Rockcastle h Circuit Court in favor of LiT Steward against W D Mullins Decd I or one of my deputies will on the 23 dav of August 1909 between the hours of 9 oclock A M and 4 oclock p m at Court House door in Mt Vernon Rockcrstle county Kentucky ex pose to public sale vo the highest bidder the following propery or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the amount of Plaintiffs debt interest and cost to two hundred and twenty five J acres of land more or less on the waters of Wolfe creek Rockcastle T county Ky and known as the W D Mullins farm This land will be solisu jeer to his widows life l time dowry Levied upon as the property of j W D Mullins deceased TERMS Sale will be made on a credit of three months bond with approved security required bearing interest at the rate of six per cent per annum from day of sale arid 1 having the force and effect of a judgementrThis August 3rd 1909 R L McFERRON Sheriff RC By G S GRIFFIN D S CASTORIASFor Thi Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the dcSipature of C J1WfIT i j Dont wear Ordinary clothing when it costs no more to wear well made asb stylish clothing If you buy Shield Brand NOTICE the tailor made effect of the garment shown above especially the natural set and hang of the coat the results of artful designing and high class tailoring Shield Brand Clothing for Men and Boys is shapely to begin with and is so well made that it retains its shape Sold at seven prices which are attached to sieve within the following ranges MENS 1 0 the lowest 20 to highest BOYS 300 the lowest 600 the highest Its your privilege to look our pleasure to show i 8Q C t tAKE NOTICE z I Beginning Saturday 17th our flour inn mill will start and will run everyday 7T in the week unless unavoidably S hindered in which event the public will rrcei ve notice Try our Meal Flour and Shipstuff i f sod see if in is not equal to anything on W market r We exchange flour for wheat Ji7 12 f pounds good flour for 1 bushel wheat K If you wrnt your corn ground bring ft it to us we can please you rf If you want the best shipstuft send r your order to us- loT Yours very truly aK Proptfr J5 MT VBNSN r KENTUCKY l r 43cc A 3E yar jccIj1ROAD TO PROSPERITY r Small sums will open a bank account with us Your bank account will estalish your credit Good creclit pens the u ay to all things Open an account today with the Peoples Bank and lay the foundation of a successful career Money turns thewheels of the mill of prosperity Without t money you can not even start the wheel but once started it turns easier with every revolution There is but one way to accumulate money ibyssaving A little money anda good good credit established constant saving willaccom push wonders v We WR 1tiSu oget aheadrand stand ready to help you Nothing opens the gateway to success so uicklv ac money saved by being deposited in hank Nothing gives you more satisfaction than to know you Itve a nice account with your bank It f adds to your goodcheer and brings contentment So start witbusatonce Yours truly PEOPLES BANK ti M VERNON SIGNAL MT VERNON KY Aug 13 1909 I Call up No 79 whoayou want to Communicate with SIGNAL 79 d RR Coj TIME TABLE 22 north 437 pm 24 north 352 a m 23 south 1158 a ro 21 South 1219 a m TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 v Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postoffice as secondclass mail matter PERSONAL Mrs Ab Sparks is better A B Furnish was in London Sunday Mrs W O McKenney is very sick with fever john M Fish is teaching the Hickory Grove school Miss Maggie Hansel is with her brother at Lebanon Junction- J W VanWinkle has ja fine school at Duluth Madison countv Gilbert Dailey L N Agt at i i Conway was over Sunday and Mon dayMiss i Waddell of the Brown Memorial faculty arrived Wednes dayMiss Lottie Miller of Louisville is with the family of her uncle F Krueger at this place Mrs C D Sutton of Withers spent Sundav with her parents Mr and Mrs J V McKenzie Miss Ida May Adams has ac cepted the principalship of the schooliMrs F M Graves and children of Fort North Texas are visiting t Mrs Graves sister Mrs R B MullinsAssessor and Mrs Joe Wood of Conway spent Tuesday with Mr and Mrs Tip Langford on Rich mond St Mr and Mrs J T Nicely after- a three weeks visit to relatives left yesterday for their home in Indianapolis Mrs Mattie Elliott and two daughters of Corbin will arrive Sundav to be guests of Mr and Mrs T B Lear R B Sams has sold his interest in the livery stable also his house and lot and will move to Livingston and go into business Mr and Mrs F Meadows and Mrs Georgia McClure spent Friday until Sdnday with relatives at Corhin and Livingston W Hand James H Branaman and Dr Laswell three mighty good men from Wildie were here on business first of week Mrs R L Joplin is home after a two weeks stay at Crab Orchard Springs and a visit to relatives at TimesrDr an are with relatives here Mrs Williams with Atty and Mrs B J Be thurutn will leave tomorrow for Niagara Falls Robert Allen buyer for The Big Store Allen Sons proprietors Robinet will leave this week for Boston to buy goods He will spend several days in Washington on his return home Mrs Cora White and baby aftera plea ant visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Rome Adams at Livingston left yesterday tor her home in Missouri She was ac companied by her brother Casper J Adams r sLOCALY Try a pair of R J R shoes for men for 5 oo at Fishs Are you getting ready for the BiFairat Brodhead next week FOR S leA first class milch cow P W A FISCHER barber H Miss Mae Miller has purchased 4t1JiR B Sams property on New 4 comb Ave The Rockcastle medical Society C met here yesterday afternoon carrying out program as previously y arranged The L N offers a rate of 283 to Middlesboro and return Sept est to 4th limit Sept 6th J account of Tri State Fair Sunday hours Mt Vernon Post office8 A M to qgo A M MIM 7tOJ8iPM 05 P M7 P Mrs L BAdams has purchased the Albright property on West Main Street- Livingston and Mt Vernon ball teams will play here tomorrow Saturday afternoon Next Wednesday Thursday and Friday are the days on which the Brodhead fair takes place There will preaching at Sam Mc Clures grove Sunday Aug 22 con ducted by Rev Barnes Dinner on grounds The local freight will carry a passenger coach between Living ston and Brodhead each day of the Brodhead fair Boys before you go to the Big Brodhead Frir let us sell you some new shirts collars ties and sox J Fish The next Fifth Sunday meeting of the Rockcastle Baptist Associa tion will be held at Flat Rock on Saturday and Sunday Aug 28 and 29 The L N wilt sell tickets to Louisville Aug 30 and good for early train morning of Aug 31st and return for 3 98 account of Jeffersonian Barbecue Surveyors have been at work for two or three days getting a proper grade ofthe streets for side walks etc The board of trustees are to be commended for having this done so there can be some system and uniformity in the con struction of streets and sidewalks The next thing in order for the board to see that side walks are built where needed and that they are built on the proper grade Mr Richard Gentry of Kansas City Mo has prepared a history of the Gentry family of America which will soon be ready for distribution The book willretail at 525 The Gentry family is one of the largest families in the Unitid States and are very numerous in the Southern Western and Central states Messrs H C and G W Gentry Sr are belong to this long chain In 1684 Nicholas and Samuel Gentry settled in Virginia and with singu lar uniformity says Richard Gentry all can trace bacK to a Virginia ancestor Prof J S Ktjppertdied at his home Ravenwood in the East side of the county Sunda night It is said that Prof Reppert brought about his death by an overdose of morphine taken with suicidal intent For months hE- ldh been more or less demented at times and only a few days ago took a dose of morphine for the purpose of endijg his life aud as soon as he took it sent for Mr S Griffin to come to his house when he told Mr Griffin just how to make his coffin Prof Reppert when at himself was a man ol extraordinary ability and hada wide scope of information but like all men who prefer to weigh in the balance ot reason the teaching of the Holy scriptures his usefulness among neighbors and friends asa teacher and educator was lost in obscurity Although Prof Rep pert so ught to live and die in that light of Gods teachings which his better judgement told him was right yet we have no doubt but had he realized the approach of that awful hour like the great Voltaire his last words would have been If there he a God have mercy on me Peace to his ashes glory to his immortal soil Judge L W Bethurum t has called tht Fiscal Court together for next Tuesday to consider a proposition of installingsafety file boxes in the County Court Clerks pffice This also includes steel racks with rollers for the books We want to commend Judge Bethurum for his action in calling the court to consider the matter and we feel sure that if the court acts favorably on the proposed im provement that it will have the hearty indorsement ofevery citizen in the county and especially those who have valuable papers in the clerks office With the present arrangement it is almost an im possibility to keep the office in anything like order while with the systemmatic arrangement which these safety boxes o ffords it would be an easy matter to keep the office in perfect order and there would be no reason why any document left there should ever be misplaced The county clerks office is one of all places that every landowner business mpn or person who has any business at all is particularly interested for there his important records are kept Nothing that will add to the safety of records and conven beicertainly a needed arj I ft i J I t oLUETT PEABODY CO Hakeli of Arrow Cella BRAND COL LARS two for a quarter tYLL NEW Since they are too thank personally wish through the SIGNAl to express my hearty ape preciation of the patrons who pledged me their substantial sup port in my school at Mt Vernon and to those who for the last two years have given me their patron age I have already been pledged 55 day pupils and 16 boarding pupils These are certainly bright prospects to abandon but having been called to the principalship of the Brodhead Graded School with out even an on my part- I feel that a larger field ofuseful ness has been opened for me by the people of my own county Catalogues of the Brodhead Graded school will be out by Aug 25thTo the good people of Rock castle who have stood so loyally by me I would like in behalfof the Board of Trustees of this the first school of the kind in our county to extend a hearty invitation that you send your cnildren to us It is no longer necessary to send your children out of the county for High School Education Yours tor larger service IDA Mvy ADAMS Fox SALE A good second hand buggy for cash or will exchange for young cattleF L THOMPSON 63t Mt Vernon Ky NOTICE Member of the M M Frazier post 127 G A R will meet in the court house in Mt Vernon on the 4th Saturday in Aug 1909 the object ofthis meet ing is for the payment of dues to date an J those that cannot attend please send dues This Aug 12th GEO COPE P C FARM FOR SALE Containing 41 acres more or lss sjtuated on the headwaters of Paint Lick creek in Garrard county one mile from pike 4 miles from Berea 1r miles from Wallaceton f mile from school r5 miles from three churches good houses barn and out buildings extra good orchard good well in porch and stock water 15 acress in grass 10 acres in timber The rest in cultivation good fencing For further infor mation call on or address MAT A CUMMINS Ii Brodhead Ky I A CLUETTj fit any occasion just as wellas7 it will fit any man ARROW application 150 andl1JOj J SHIRTS STILESLancaster MT ALL AROUND CORNER NEXT 7r came over and again defeated our SaturdarI time by a score of 8 to 4 Up toI the ninth inning it looked as thongh our boys would win theI score standing 4 to 4 but when the visitors went to the bat in the ninth the home boys went up in the air Lancaster scoring four r1ns on Mt Vernons errors The following is the line up and score by innings Mt Vernon Beck 2b V Tate 3d 2d C McKenzie 3d OMara c A Barnett ss Williams p S Tate ib Beat If- Proctor rf J Barnett cf TO Lancaster Bur aside ss Watkins p Logan 2b- McRoberts ib pillion cf- Pumphrey If Joseph 3b 123456789RLa- ncaster 00301000 48 Mt Vernon 20106001 04 B1tODHEAD Geo M Frith has returned after an extended trip stMiss Eliza beth Carter of Gratz Ky is here the guest of Dr and Mrs W F Carter Misses Lillie and Anna Albright of Barbour ville are visiting at the home of Mrs Mary AlbrightWe are in formed of the candidacy of J W Woodall for Magistrate in this dis trictMrs Thos Smith wife of Ccl Thos Smith Principal of Beaumont College Harrodsburg spent two days in our town this week in the interest of the school and guest of Mr and Mrs J W HutchesonRoy of Moreland is visit ing at the home of Dr Carter Monte Roberts is at home for the fairMlss Rosa Pike spent Sun day hereThe Hamiltonian Soci ety will present three plays here during the fair Everyone who will stay each night will be amply paid and will be helping a good causeThe Secretary of the Rock castle County Fair Association says be expects to make the first day of the fair the best Previously there has not been sufficient entertainment on this day This year you will miss a good exhibi tion if you fail to be here on this day Come each day r Our special effort is caring for those things the Men Young MenIand Boys wear If you want the NEW THINGS and NICE THINGS always come to us and you will get themWe slashing the prices on il SUMMER SUITS in order to make rcom for our FALL CLOTHING and can save you from 200 to 500 on any suit you buy of us EVERYTHING NEW- t COME IN ANDTRY THEM ON t VERNONS LEADING CLOTHIER COURT IlOUSE- PIIONL charming Mr F L Moore our new jeweler and Ethel Hardin of Berea eloped to Jellico last Tues day uight and were married Mr and Mrs Moore will go to house keeping in house now occupied by R B Sams SCOTTS EttUkSION stops loss of flesh in babies andchildren and in adults in summer as well as winter Some people have gained a pound a day while taking it Take it In a little cold water or milk Get a small bottle now All Druggists THE STAN CARD OFTHt W 0PUD RED CROSS anl- MONARCH SHIRTS S10= A Clean Man Outside cleanliness is less than half the battle A man may scrub himself a dozen times a day and still be unclean Good healthmeans cleanliness not only outside but inside It means a clean stomach clean bowels clean blood a clean liver and new clean healthy tissues The man who is clean in this way will look it and act it He will work with energy and think clean clear healthy thoughts He will never be troubled with liver lung stomach or blood disorders Dyspepsia and indigestion originatejn unclean stom achs Blood diseases are found unclean blood Consumption and bronchitis mean unclean lungs Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery ll prevents these diseases It makes n mans insides clean and healthy It cleans the digestive organs makes pure clean blood and clean healthy flesh It restores tone to the nervous system and cures nervous exhaustion and prostration It contains no alcohol or habitforming drugs iV Constipation is the most unclean uncleanliness Dr Pierces Pleasant Pel lets cure it They never gripe Easy to take as candy t Believing that the people of Kentucky will be interested in the organization of the Citizens Insurance National Life 3J Company Believing that they WANT such a company believing that theywill SUPPORT such a company by subscribing for its stockwe will publish in this paper every week the amount of subscriptions to date The work of getting subscriptions was begun Monday July 26 and below are the amounts subscriptions for each week First Week August 2- H0696000 H r i AgoniesILAnd Most Women Do This Not Knowing the Real Cause of their Condition These poor suffering women have been led to believe that their misery of mind and body is entirely due to ills of their sex Usually the kidneys and bladder are re sponsibleor largely so And in such cases the kidneys and blad der are the organs that need and must have attention Those torturing enervating sick headaches dragging pains in back groin and limbs bloating and swell ing of the extremities extreme nervousness or hysteria listless nets and constant tired wornout feelingare almost certain symp toms of disordered and diseased kidneys bladder and liver DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills have in thousands of cases been demonstrated as remarkably beneficial in all such conditions of female organismaffording the most prompt relief and permanent benefitAs illustration of what these Pills will do Mrs P M Bray of Columbus Ga writes that she was very ill with kidney trouble and that she is now welland that these Pills are what cured her They are very pleasant to take and can in no case produce any deleterious effects upon the system as syrupy alcoholic liquid prep by CHAS C DAVIS COMMISSIONERS SALE A E Albright Adm of A H Evans decreased PlfFs vs- Nathan Evans Reullare Evans Coultou Thomas Coulton Elizabeth Des granges Peter Desgran ges Mollie V Johnsou John T Johnson Anna E Miller Edna May Ev ans Lucinda Evans J T Cherry Granville Ower s W H Sowder J W Tate and C C Williams DeUs By virture of a judgement and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court rendered at the une term thereof 1908 I shall pro ceed to offer for sale at the front door of the court house in Mt Vernon Rockcastle county Ken tucky to the highest and best MonIdayular county court day on a of six months the two creditI ing tracts of land Rockcastle county Kentucky and bounded as follows FIRST TRACT The first tract is located in Brodhead Kentucky and bounded as follows On the North by the lands ot John Flynn on the East by the lands of Mary Albringt on the South by the A H Evans Home stead and on the West by the Louisville and Nashville Railroad right of way- SECOND TRACT The second tract is located in Rockcastle county Kentucky on the Long Branch and bounded as follows Beginning at four beeches in a small beech bottom on the East side of Long Branch about one half mile above its moutb the beginning corner of the patent for 484 acres thence by the patent N 17 E 64 poles to a stake with a hickory pointer in a cliff thence N 10 W 26 poles to a stake in R W Prices line thence with this line S 7o W 10 poles to two black oaks with pointers on a ridge the nce N zo4 W ir7I4 poles to a chestnut oak on top ofa ridge thence N loE 72 poles to a spring thence E i6 poles to a pine and white oak corner to R P and W M Grahams 400 acre survey thence their line N 49 W 63 poles to a maple and white oak thence N 6 E 59 poles to a gum and pine thence N i W 53 poles to a hickory and fallen chestnut oak on ridge just west af a path thence N 64 W 87 poles to a pine at the head of a hollow thence down the hollow S 8iW 43 poles to a white oak and beech on the North bank of John Griffins Coal Bank Branch thence down said branch S 26 W 68 poles to a hickory and popular saplin with pointers close on the bank of said branch with an ash and beech marked in additicn thence S 25 W 7 poles to a thence W 8612 poles to two beeches one on each side of Long Branch and in line of Marets 3000 acre surves thrnce S 14 E at 62 poles across Long Branch at 156 poles across it again at 184 poles pass one pole East of branch marked right for Marets corner in all 244 poles to a beech and white oak MaJets beginning corner 10 said 3000 acres about 3 poles East of said branch also corner to John Griffins 100 acre survey thence with Griffins line N 14 I W 214 poles to a white oak being over Long Branch on Bank of same thence S 8854 E 32 poles to a white oak and beech on both sides of the Branch near John Griffins coal bank thence S 21 W 25 poles to a beech and fallen white oak thence 821 W 25 poles to a beech and fallen white oak thence S 29 E 40 poles to a poplar and white oak thence S 5234 E 30 810 poles to a white oak about three poles South from the bronchi thence S 13 14E 420 tales to the beginning containing 390 acres more or less For the purchase price the purchaser must execute bond with rarations are apt to do E C DeWitt Co Chicago HI want every man and woman who have the least suspicion that they are afflicted with kidney and blad der diseases to at once write them and a trial box of these Pills will be sent free by return mail postpaid Do it today Sold East approved surety bearing interest from date of sale until paid and having the force and effect ofajudgement Bidder must be prepared to comply with these terms G S GRIFFIN Master Com Rockcastle Circuit Court COMMISSIONERS SALE ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT R L McFerron Plaintiff Vs L E Houk Guard ain of Mary Houk and Allie Lee Houk Defendants By virture of a judgement and order of sale of the Rockcastie Circuit Court rendered at the June term thereof 1909 I shall proceed to offer for sale at the front door of the court house in Mt Vernon Rockcastle County Kentucky to the highest and best bidder at public auction on Monday the 23 day of August 1909 between the hours of 9 oclock a m and 4 oclock p m being regular county court day on a credit of six months the tract of land in which the defendants own a twoseventh interest of onefifth of same is hounded as follows On the north by Old Main Street the lands of W A B Davis and M J Miller deceased on the east by the lands of W T Davis IL Myers Mrs Anne Poynter and Mrs Anne Fish on the south by the lands of R L Mc Ferron and on the west by Skeggs Creek county road the lands of M J Miller deceased and W A B Davis and contains nine and threefourth acres more or less which tract of land is located in Mt Vernon Rockcastle county KentuckySale be made subject to wid ows life time dower For the purchase price the pur chaser must execute bond with ape proved surety bearing interest from date of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a judgement Bidder must be pre pared to comply with these terms G S GRIFFIN Master Com Rockcastle Circuit Court e WASHINGTONS PLAGUE SPOTS lie in the low marshy bottoms of the Potomac the breeding ground of malaria germs These germs cause chills fever and ague biliousness jaundice lassitude weakness and general debility and bring suffering or death to thousands yearly But Electric Bitters never tail to destroy them and cure malaria troubles They are the best allaround tonic and cure for malaria I ever used writes R M James of Louellen S U They cure Stomach Liver Kidnev and Blood Troubles and will prevent Typhoid Try them 5oc Guaranteed by Chas C Davis OA S T C aEaper theihoSignature TWAS A GLORIOUS VICTORY Theres rejoicing in Fedora Tenn A mans life has been saved aud now Dr Kings New Discovery is the talk of the town for curingC V Pepper of deadly lung hemorrages I could no worker get about he writes and the doctors did me no good but after using Dr Kings New Discovery three weeks I feel like a tew man and can do goodwork again For weak sore 0ordiseased lungs Coughs and Colds Hemorrhages Hay Fever La Grippe Asthma or any Bronchial affection it stands unrivaled Prie 5oc and too Trial bottle free Sold and guaranteed by Chas C Davis l r r INSURANCE Continued from ist page Companies alone pumped through the arteries of New York Citys financial and business system last year upward of ii2f5ooo every- d y Indianapolis which is only a little over 100 miles from Louis vine has something like Iweuiy life insurance companies and the luisineys in Indiana hs been growing very fast The amount paid for life insurance premiums in Kentucky last year was 7275822 and the South is now paying out for life insurance about sixty millions of dollars annnally Kentucky should have a big life insurance company It is the first Southern State to offer to policy holders the guarantee of a compulsory reserve deposit law The statute now in effect way enacted Match 24 1906 It pro vides that every domestic life insurance company must deposit with the State Treasurer for the security and benefit of all its policyholders an amount equal to or greater than the ascertained net cash value of all such companys policies in force It is worthy of note that the men who fought for this law were the managers of the Citizens Life Insurance Company and the same gentlemen who are now promoting the Citizens Life Insurance Company and the Same gentlemen who are now pro moting the Citizens National Life The plan in brief of the Citizens National Lite Insurance Company is first to merge into it the Citizens Lite Insurance Company As already indicated the same men who during the past five years have made life insurance histoiy through the exceptional develop organizaItion new company is to take over other companies of the South and else where which may decide to dis continue business or may find it more profitable to consolidate with a company of great strength There seems to be nothing impracticable about the plan nor does it appear when anything but ad vantage can come to the policy holders aud stockholders of the Citizens Life or any other com panies which may be merged into the new company No doubt the stockholders will see to it that a thoroughly equitable arrangement is carried out for the exchange of holdings in any existing company for stock in the new corporation It is pointed out to policyholders of the Citizens Life in particularand the same conditions must apply to the policyholders of any other company merged into the big companythat the consolidation will meon to them insurance in one of the strongest companies in the country and for that matter in the world There are purchasers of life in surance who do not care par ticularly for abig company Some on the other hand will insure in no other hand will insure in no other kind but no one objects specially to a big company when seeking life insurance protection Thus the new company will not only secure business from those who are content to buy insurance from a small company but to those who want to those who want to pur chase very large or even small policies and demand great financial strength it will stand the severest test But there is a deep interest and significance to the general public in the organization of a ten million dollar insurance company in the South and an added local interest when it is considered that Kentucky wil be the home office of the company Mr W H Gregory president of the Citizens Life and one of the guiding genimes in the advancement of the new company Mr W H Gregory president ot the Citizens Life is one of the guiding geniuses in the advancement of the new company has in a recent letter to the policyholders of his own company called particular attention to what might be styled the Southern phase of the situation The points cannot be wellstated more clearly and we quote from his tremendous power gained by Southern people in the organization of this company is the check it will put on the flow of millions of dollars annually in iife insurance premiums frointhe South to the North and East I believe confidently that this will be one of the greatest things ever done financially tor the The South is SouthI front It is making more progre s than any other section of the country Southern people have been awakened to the great power they have once they band together Take other lines of business the cotton mills for instance The South once sent its cotton to New England There it was manu factured and sent back and sold at a goodly profit The South paid the freight to New England QC the craw material paid the freight back On the finished product and paid the manufacturer in New England a profit on the goods handled and capital invested to say nothing of the millions of dollars left there to pay Northern labor But it is changing the order of things The capital of twenty one millions once invested in cotton mills in the South has in recent years increased to three hundred millions The people of the Soutb at one time did not appreciate just what the cottcn crop amounted to and I dare say some do not yet appreciate just what it means Some probably do not know that every panic this country has experienced in years has been checked and stopped by the cotton crop The people who raise cotton are a power And they are beginning to realize it And likewise Southeon people are beginning to realize their power in the insurance world The thing that we wish to accomplish now is to have a company strong enough to take care of the immense volume of business in the South You can appreciate just what that means At the time the C tizens Life was organized the Southern life insurance companies had practically no business on their hooks You may be surprised t jerefore when I tell you that the Southern companies today are carrying nearly one third of billion of dollars of life insurance The amount is stupendous yet it is only about 3 per cent of the total amount of insurance carried in the United States The big banks of the North and East have been built up largely by life insurance money with the south all these years paying the freight as it were and the banks themselves have in turn been a powerful factor in the commercial development of the Northand East Yet the South pays out enough money each year in premiums for life insurance to build up some of the strongest banks in the world in the South The business associates and the friends of Mr Gregory Mr Helm Bruce Mr Charles D Pearce and the other gentlemen who are striving industriously for the suc cess of this great enterprise have confidence in their ability to carry it out Kentucky will apparently have every good reason to pride herself on being able to furnish the company But greatest good will byIlay proud claim to one more great and powerful institution destined to go through generations to come as a monument to Southland development and enterprise Courier Journal BEWARE OF OINTMENTS FOR CATARRH THAT CONTAIN MERCURY as mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely de range the whole system when entering it through the mucous surfaces Such articles should never be used except on prescpip tions from reputable physicians as the damage they will do is ten fold to the good you can possibly derive from them Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio contains no mercury and is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system In buying Halls Catarrh Cure be sure you gei the genuine It is taken interallv and made in Toledo 0 by F J Cheney Co Testimonials free Sold by drug gists Price 759 per bottle Take Halls Family Pills for conetipation The Texas cotton crop is in need of rain The plant in Louisiana and Texas is reported in good condition and some im provement is noted in Alabama The best remedy we know of in all cases of Kidney and Bladder trouble and the one we always can recommend is DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills They are anti septic and once assist the kidneys to perform their important work But when you ask for these pills be positive that you get DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills There are imitations placed upon sale to deceive you Get DeWitts In fist upon them and if your defiler cannot supply yourefuse anything else in place of them Sold by Chas C Davis t WILDIE The school at this place is progressing nicely with Miss Bessie McWhorter of Eerea as teacher The two year old chtul of Mr andI Mrs Joe Todd died Sunday a few days illness of pneumonia teverMr and Mrs Geter Falin of Pine Hill were the guests of Mr and Mrs Marion Chasteen from Sunday until TuesdayDr WIDMr and Mrs E T Williams Orlando were the guests of Mr and Mrs Chasteen this week Miss Sallie Hasty visited Miss Katie Parsons Saturday and Sun dayDr Laswell has sod his store house and lot to J H Bran aman Mr Branaman will soon propertvlMrs Mrs Bogue Pn lips Quite a crowd from Green Hill and Wildie attended the services at Hummell Grove SundayMissC- lyde Lair visited Mr and Mrs W H Branamau SundayMiss Lura feIportedSeveral from this ce attended HIWoodare attending the Lexington fair Miss Lillie Riddle of Hamilton Oaio is visiting relatives at this plJceMr Mary Riddles daughter and family who hive been vis iting here for several weeks will return to their home in Indiana this weekBilly Sigmon is pre paring to leave for Illinois soon Take Kodol at the times when you feel what you have eaten is not digesting Kodol digests what you eat so you can eat sufficently of anv good wholesome food if you will jut let Kodol digest it yuid by Chas C Davis The board of tariff experts to be appointed by the President in accordance with a provision of the new tariff law may consist of five men instead of three oA S IJI Ct B IABears thehaSignature Y4of r THE CRIEM OF IDLENESS Idleness means trouble for any one Its the same with a lazy 1v r It causes constipation headache jaundice sallow com plexion pimples and blotches loss of appetite nausea but Dr Kings New Life Pills soon banish liver troubles and build up your health 25c Pt Chas C Davis M L MYERSD s At Residence on Old Main Street MT VERNON KY Will be in office at Livingston every Monday Work guaranteed R W DYCHE DENTIST MT VERNON KY Office at residence on Main Tt Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty Work guaranteed jrodhead Marble Work S BRODHEAD YrGranite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents for Iron Fence- D R ALBRIGHT Manager C C Williams ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KY JK9OFFICE On 2nd floor o The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church street Special attention given to collections Phone No 80 3 C McCLARY UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER Stanford Ky tfmmA r if j iiuiiThe Kind You Have Always Bought and which has in use for over 30 years has borne the beenIand has been made under his 9 sonal supervision since its Allow no one to deceive you inthis All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are butIExperiments that trifle with and endanger the Infants and ChildrenExperience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare gone Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys e WormsIand allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep J j The Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Signature of cCABears I The Kind You to Always Bought In Use For Over 3O Years TNt HtW XfrK 1 i U I PRICES CUT M ON g Ladies Gents and Childrens Low Shoes f Must go regardless of Cost Dont fail to see our line defore you buy JMcKENZIESON Phone 93 t 3tE- g v J You cant Go Wrong WHEN YOU GO TO A C Hiatts Store I He has out of the most comst comple lines of goods that ever brought to a country store Also LADIES TRIMMDD HATS Bring your produce and get the highes market price A C HI ATT HIATT KENTUCKY j Women Suffer Uarduiforrelieve headache backache pain in the side and diz ziness arising from deranged organs It does more writtenTAKE CARD UI JU If Will Help You 5S Maxwell Johnson Tampa Fla writes Cardui cured sufferingaaythat6 long and fair trial toPBuSTORESi