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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iii TI V ii1 I L 1 Pubh Friday VOLUME XIX MT VERKON KOCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY JANUARY 5 1906 ThJ= I Ui I n n uuu u uunn n n n u u PreIInventory SA LE1TT- T tttt JJttJttttttMountains Pyramids Barrels and ends WeVe founda lot of them while prepar ing for our In ventory We dont rant to invoice the n in the usual w vyv too many littV items w e want you to help u r tet them in voiceds in the right wayCash in the bankso muchrosier Well pay you liber il for ycur help every time you take home some of these odds and ends youll be paida g d deal of moneyin some cases a fourth of the regular value in some a tin and in sjirio even a half Worth he1jingus isnt it Glance over the items quot ed belowyou neeed some of them right now nndyoulli ne d llof them before a short while now you can buy them for less thaiijiny other lime suits 2 co rClearingAllto l5o stock of have N re flDUGLAS SHOECOI 5OO4OOI EVIfl I iORIIEWI25O2OOi F 3EsAjFtOItt L Douglas shoes and see for yourself that they are just asj good in every way as those for wiiic1i you have been payng to For style com fort atici service they cannot be surpassed by custornacad shoes FOR SAtE BY Clearing all Odds and Ends Dress Goods Notions Iin Shoes and Hats Mens hats i hat retailed tor 125foiI25 tO Soc g1IStgarIIHJ IJ a ALj Solid COJiFURTIn Stylish LJ ADiess 1iiIIs what you will have if you buy pair of the Celebrated W L DOUG LAS Shois They are made over th3 foot form the last and combine Fit Style Wear and Comfort in the BestShoesYou SawIn 250 3 and 350 This shoe stands for all that is best fn the making of Shoes We have our winter stock on the shelves in all the different leathers styles and widths If you want to get the worth of your money andmake your feet glad give us the opportunity and we will dp thereat We sell everything but if there is one line more than another which tickles our vanity it is acorn plete line of DOUGLAS SHOES LJ of wr i v r p TORNc i N2 I Kentucky State News I THE CLOSE OF THE YEAR Two Murders in Different Parts of Henderson Marked the Event Henderson Ky Jan ITwo mur ders similar in the way in which they were committed occurring hours apart thecltymarlcedcriminal annals of this city Axes were the weapons used in each case one be- Ing fatal almost instantly and the other resulting in the death of the vic tim after hours of agony At an early hour Sunday morning Charles Wills colored entered the house of LOll Bailey also colored They quarreled Wills picked up an ax which was lying iu a corner of the room and wielding ir with both hands struck the woman a terrific blow on her head She died at night In the afternoon in the other end of the city Levi Childs colored was killed by Isaac Gibson white aged 17 the boy using the ax in the same manner as Wills used his Gib son was under the influence of liquor at the time According to his story Childs entered his yard and after a few words advanced on him with a knife He grabbed an ax and with a fearful blow broke the darleys skul death beinginstantaneous MURDERED IN HIS SLEEP Richard Washington a Hostler Found with his Head Split Open Lexington Ky Jan 1 Murdered in his seep Richard Washington a hostler at the Mansfield stock farm was found by the police with his head split open with an ax His wife is un her arrest charged with the crime The police hurried to Mansefild place early in the morning in response to telephone message from Washingtons wife saying her husband had been killed A bloody ax and a dress be longing to the Washington woman stained with blood and having the ap pearance of having been washed were found concealed She alleges that two white men entered the house each having a club and beat Washington into insensibility The detectives have quizzed her relentlessly all day but she adheres to her story of the killing J T Curtis master of Mansfield place has moved ard the coupe occupied the basement of the house A S WINTON RETIRES He Quits From the Head of the Fir t National Bank of Lexington Lexington Ky Jan 1The clear itTss of thEe national barks of this ity- fOiit05 are the largest Th Ehethistbry of the city The total clearings for the year were 3324067501 while the total for 1904 was 32081 41588 Aver S Winston for many y3lilil lbyiifen of the First national bank and one of the bestknown business men in Ceo tral Kentucky has tendered his resig nation to take effect the first day the new year A meeting of the board of directors will be held the cominf week to act on the resignation and while no steps have been taken to ap point a succe car it is likely that W AvVjSsttll one of the directors will b tendered the position Mr Winstons resignation is due to a desire on his part toretire from active business Engine Hostler Crushed to Death Lexington Ky Jan 1 Forgetting to throw a switch caused Sam Cow an oft an engine hostler to be Idlleu in the Q C railway yards Signal lug for the engine to back to enter the track ass gnel he mounted the real step When the switch was reached the engine swung into a train of emp ty cais and Cowan was crushed to leath I The Gift Turned Down Paris ICy Jan 1Theeaanty mag Sstrates voted to give Judge Henry C Smith 1000 for extra services ir building the 200000 cOrt house dur ing his term of office Hepositive refused the tempting offer and wi retire from politics for gool and re turn to his blue grass farm ISnt to New Jerssy Lexington Ky Jan lTile noted broodmare Enchantress by Longfe low dam ilirp Encore by Oymba owned by Atgr P lmoht of tlu Nursery stud has ben sent to tut breeding establishment of Harry Payne Wuitney in New Jersey Called to Louisville Louisvile Ky Jan 1RevDr W Francis Irvin pastor of the Second Presbyterian church at Springfield Il has been called to the pastorate of the Fourth Avenue Presbyteripn church one of the wealthiest and most influen tial congregations in the city Louisville Armory Dedicated Louisville Ky Jan 1Tbenew armory at Sixth and Walnut streets was dedicated in the presence of 5 000 people The building Js an impos lag structure and with the grounusand furnishing will cost more than 500 000 Aged Man Burned to Death Shelbyville Ky Jan JL Peter Lee aged 77 one of the bestknown citi Zeus of Shelby county was burned to a crisp while alone at his home two miles eastjof SelbyviiIe The char red body was discoveredby his son The R bbers Got 5500 Louisville Ky Jan 1The grocery store of Villiam Ising Floyd and T streets was entered by expert burg lars two cash registers taken the safe opened and 500 iucuirency and coin made way with THE LEGISLATIVE CAUCUSES Apparently the Supporters of Judge Paynter Dominated the Situation Frankfort Ky Jan 2 When adjournment was reached in the democratic house and seta e caucuses of the Kentucky legislature Monday night the supporters of Judge Thomas H Paynter who aspires to succeed J C S Backhurn as United States senator apparently dominated the situa tion In the house caucus a Paynter man was elected chairman cf the cau cus and a Paynter man was nominated for speaker by a vote of 29tb 30 In the senate caucus the candi dates for chairman and president pro tern were nominated by a yote of 18 to 13 Adding the votes polled for Paynter candidates in the two branches gives a tolal of 57 or four votes more than enough to nominate Judge Paynter if he receives a vote equal to that polled by the men he put forward His supporters also point with jubilation to the tacital advantage they have gained in organizing the two houses Set over against these claims are the flat assertions of the managers for Senator Blackburn and W B Haldeman of Louisville the opposing candidates that a number of legislators who voted for Paynters candidates will not vote for Judge Paynter for senator in joint caucus With these cross overs they also in chide six members who did not vote on the races for speaker and president pro tem The Paynter managers how ever say that their candidate also will receive the votes of several cross overs Neither side showed any sign of giving ground after the caucus the Paynter managers claiming his nomi nation in joint caucus on the first hal lot while the Haldeman and Black burn forces which combined in an at tempt to organize the two houses steadfastly asserted that there would be a deadlock The democratic joint caucus on United States senator will be held Tuesday night at 8 oclock The republicans who are in a hopeless minority will also hold their caucus Tuesday In the caucus of democratic senators Henry George an adherent of Judge Paynter was chosen chairman by a vote of 18 to 13 The selec tion of a democratic nominee for president pro tern of the senate also resulted in the choice of a Paynter supporter D WHickman THE WOQDLAWN FARM ET Barnett a Wealthy Mine Owne of Alaska Purchases It Lexbigtpn Ky Jan LE T Bai nett iiiillionaire mine owner of Fa mnlu Alaska ffifrcl1used the note Wortdlawn farm from the heirs of th ate 11 B Mectffe for 62000 TV r1i ccnains 3tJ rcsfli will ipsn ted by Pnrnett as a breeding ef ablisnment for trotters Earnett no- wJ1foiahaIr dozen choice brood mare mil he vsill gath r JDget1rerl Jfii and6Ptud nmtronsantJStalUonsaue egin operations the 1st of MarcL Aoodlawn farm was formerly one c he best known breeding establish nenls In the state being the home o he noted stallions Artillery an nteo HEADON COLLISION Two Louisville Cars Came Together and Five Men Vcre Injured Louisville Ky Jan 2In a thc og two Fourth avenue street cars co ufled headon ac Thprnpsxias switch fourth averut ant Q str st Unit tin following were It jure John Forbes 719 Seventh etrcet SIne injured knc cut ab uttJi1ItLd aio face serion A J Unyd 2129 Congress street back strained and cut aOout the head seri Frederick Chids 2203 Third avenue conductor artery in the wris cut by broken glass Henry Jameson i810 Fourth avenue motorman cut he face by flying gass J E Steph ens 2810 Fourth avenue conductor cut in the face by flying glass Official Sworn In Dayton Ky Jan 2Polihe Judge Mailer was busy administering the ath of office to the recently eected olucias who assumed their duties at he beginning of the new year All swore that they had not fought a duel or aided or abetted one forthe past five years Had Many Prisoners Covington Ky Jan 2 Covington Jailer Joseph Brosmores report for 1905 shows he hsrtl 57 prisoners Janu ary 1 1905 while during the last 15 months 1545 prisoners were COmmit- ted At the close of the year he had 23 prisoners in charge Saved By a Mouth Organ Newport Ky Jan 2George Rid dIe of DayToa carried a gun which he thought was rot loaded He heM it against his breast and snapped the trigger It exploded but a mouth organ in his pocket deflected the bullet and his life was saved Street Railway Strike Ends Paducah Ky Jan 2The strike of the street railway employes after be ing on for three months was declared oft by the General Labor union None of the strikers will be taken back the result being claimed as a complete vie lory fog the company Boy Accidentally Drowned Newport Ky Jan 2MartIn Hammer 16 while playing on the ice at Lake Albert with several companions broke through and was drowned The body was not recovered for several hours after the accident rh Ibest tobacco in Macedonia jch is noted for tha growingOttha crop iff and around bramau fth3iIQrTA1JMNdihlailt s sr E i X t UB l1b1 fIRoL- f ai FinanciallIasV 1 CITIZENS D Ici iJ OF BRODHEAD KY J Offrs to the a safe and conser aBankingSystem IIt m ACCOUNTS OF liidvdual Firms ajid Corporations Solicited1 1 JmPay 3 per cent inter st on ill depo its of 1OO 1 IJ m ol more when left in the bank and not eheck ed upon for it pea iodofsix months tJ 1 JW HUTOHESON Casher I jt1trrij c Sheriffs Land Sales I or one of my deputies will sell to the highest bidder at the front door of the court house on Mon day Jan 22 1906 being county county day the following tracts ol land for taxes for the year 1905 V C Tate S R C DISTRICT No i Name No acres Tax Land cost Doan Henry A lot Piue Hill 325 DISTRICT No 2 Bryant Geo lot Mt Vernon 4 yrs 650 Jones Mrs J M 236 2 yrs 3306 DISTRICT No 3 Chenault Co 40 497 Doyle Jas heirs 220 582 Estridge Felix 50 391 Hamilton Mat 43 1060- Hlgginbotham Thos So 280 Howard Rosa j 3 230 Hughes Geo W ioo 688 Lambert Sam 86 3 yrs 805 Migee4Gsephio 359 Potts tJep 46 2A36 Settles Ceo W 950 1290 Shepherd Geo nr 27 248 Shepherd Alfred n r75 487 Smith Jack n r 30 259 Walker J B nr 50 389 Guinn Jno W50 401 Handy J T town lctConway 497 DISTRICT NO4 Abrams Walter 75 4 50 Anglin James 64 279 Dobbs James no 2 yrs 1626 Evans Wm 50 481 Gadd J G 25 3 yrs 809 Gadd Caleb Ho 72 Garrett Dave nr 140 52Gainpton J Vt1r 75 391 Hollingsworth Wm o Hoskins John u rjbQi677Hansfield Machin 200 391 Miller TTj 70 381 McGuire Andy 120 487 Oldham Dr 75 487 Parris Kahn 30 453 Shearer James n r 50 439 Simpson Mrs JCi300 6163 Vanwinkle Ada 80 439 Waddle Jno u r5o 354 Anglin Richard 30 401 Gadd Waller 20 507 Hammond Pj 50 484 Hill Exekiell 75 545 Miller WL 30 436 Pigg Zelphi 236 582 ShednerTodd 50248Swinford heirs 50 248 Wilson John N57 401 DJSTR1CNO 5L 248IHensley John 37 3 yrs 862 402IMuJlin frsJ C 8 391 McGaire Johny 15 322 Ponder H L 2S 4P2 Singleton Willis I o2Irrs 549 Woodsou Geo 65 248 Allen CE 8o 450- I Baker Hardin 5 430 Barnett PT 50 4oI CottonG n 391 Dbu hlery rhosJ7S2ys 1143 iQIMO1evMoney Mullins G Iti 50b 43- M uir mO rYS 1329 75tCarpenter WUey JA 4 G- OtEansWm il 2 r 475 RerimsJ j 496 Mih1erAidrew tiI f 449 Rutb rfordAlex IO 4 3 PeuuingtonJ K114cI 1069- IIsTRrI7 VAn JHJLoEstn 1S l 4ttr tfWln l- 3t t tUt r A t r f ipi rCarson Joe Lot Livingston 315 Hilton heirs 30 248 Hendrick L D 45 2 yrs 605 Martiu Geo 40 295 Moberly W 25 635 Mullins Bat heirs 25 245 Mullin J C lot Livingston 1069 Ouerbey Logan 180 402 Rockcastle Oil Land Co 446 1357 Shere Wm 25 497 Smith Nannie lot Livingston 391 Steel L D lot in Livingston 863 Stuckey J Ro lot Livingston 95 Withers J E nr lot Liygv 295 Whitt Alford 25 380 Voodson J W 82 yrs 07 Forbes Jane one townlot 54 Hampton E F 20 5507 Hocker JC Co town lot 44 45 805941Mulhus 971McKmney Panel James 150 783 Quinn Mrs Lou one tdwnlpt342 Riggle D W one town lot 497 Stewart Ike Tom 12 497 Bull JnoT9 354 Clancy Martha town lot 295 Clark V R 20 401 30carnnsCoffey Joe lEoHwKlt 920 Cooper JF jowniotD- 1STRIC5NO Bussel Nathan 53Yrr 797 Cromer W N 5itt 558 Gupps Jack n r qo 34j Deaton Louisa go yrs 1 Dyer Richard 20 3yrs fJR7 DverJ F 25 2frg Q Hamlin John 46 f 4T4uRogusSonthard Daniel 3O2yrs 641 DISTRICTy1O J fJBrown C J n rJ 25J Owens Andrew n r4 y 482 3grIt r 15 Wallin Louisa 140 391 Wallin Sophia 83 i 554 Buckner Y C I35 J 1265 Jones Sally L95 o 343 ONeil Francis 2O 7Q Owens Andrew Cn r54vv rS DISTRICT Nc i it Adams Sally A IOO 29gj- Hrinkley M F tfrr90Gross W T 2B7 3g Jiles Mrs Rosa b Kiig Mary E 63 5 Lowrey Vm 75t I 44 02 Madox h lrs5Ff s 53 Owens Jal1essr 5 itr 54 Ruber Andy 69 3t Brown WT V t6c wNewcoaib M N 80 d lTi t DISTIuCTN0 rrriJoli- nsoti R M So 33yrS25cIL Owens Mr lidnie 75 4- Peinmgton Heiry 3O 4o2- Saylor Chris n rj81Nescomb Jtnes Redd W N THGRL1B- efoYO we canVythjothers we must b yeifrIseles No one- suffcringnltendant upo itta- of the al experiencTheIsa probb1y 110 disesebattcaiis inucb 1whichsosucalaid Alidaugrfz th rip however mayb aitiededpthep- rohipt Remedy sands whbiw p not ethtte TpOI z tQUARTERLY REPORT w Showing the financial condition ofc The Bank of MC Vernon at the close of business Dec 3Qth J pjfc RESOURCES i tS Loans and discounts 4822753 Overdrafts secured 65388 r 076AQMprtgages Specie 96282 Currency2730ob 369282 Furniture and Fixtures 42o25 Current Expenses last Quarsaivso Total 8734348 LIABILITIES Captal stock paid in in cash 1500000 Sujrplus Fund 400000 Undivided profits I7695 Deposits subject to check Con which interest is not paid5 198 93 Dep subject to check on jvhich interest Is paid 1459000 SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of Indebtedness tpbilitj of the co yo 1t1habllItyo fe1DdlVldual em be Jh jdirectly qr indirectly if- uckindebtednes floP per c ntojCiapital stock 9 amount of stirplus jf the bluk J No t Highest ounK bf1 indebted 1 Hess btany director or officer ifi 5nipunt tif such indebtedness x1ceed s io percent o paidjup capi iattockdf brink NoF Poesatn6uni of indebtedttesSfpf 1any 1efstm company or firm in ieluding in the liability of the corn r 1diyptpCntO1 paidup capital and kial3pip1us r No Amqtiiitoflastiiividend id pet ceiit dooo 1 Were all exp ise i losses inter if estand taxes dethited Jtnerefrbm bfQr larngdiYJena1iidw i notlesstbaI1Ioee cent of thntprontsnh1tba k for the period c te tedividbnd carriedto- hestuplw f J fund belor said diiz 4- dedasklclared dYes fl t I 01Teet 873448V rstXTEtO XErmtcKom s i County oIRqekcsile J f i t t i 1 ch fdcc sbiero JitheBankof Mt Vernona bank J ttownh f IbiDi l1Vi YStt tri ii jug statementbf t1ec11Itlonof tl siid B IlL attla 46geor busins Dec knoledgehuid be1iefaucItitier sasattbe busene I 1ddkhas telewberaiihtbat i miitle icon- ceItbM1ffiwn1Dlce r ceivedi thqScretary 15tegmgIygh da De p A pi- FLret1s If 2SW5 k11Pfr- cNbwr sAi1q- Rvcyotb g- 1V1sbev1nn OoL1L it1efQjjta coin men ol Amore se seat on the shell the remainder qi his rhnsisall that he tan possibly hope for To say that his success or is his peer no one will argue and lies most ardent supporters car not deny that his own rash acts are largely the cause of his overwhelming defeat We are now and have t always been a Blackburn follower but we have seen his mistakes and some of his acts we did not in- dorse KIND WORDS From The Newspapers Every where About Our Souvenir Edition The newspapers generally have beer speaking in very complimentary terms about our Special Souve nir Edition which is duly appreciated We quote a few this issue as follows Danville NewsThe Mt Vernon Signal last week issued iron its press rooms one of the handsom est and most artistic souvenir edi tions recently published in Kentucky Editor Edgar Albright ii making a great success in the jour nalistic field and his numerous Danville friends join in congratulating him upon his successful ef forts He was formerly a student in Centre College He was assist ed in the undertaking by Mr Joe F Waters who edited a special edition for the Harrodsburg Herald sonje months ago The e r that paper unite with us in declari ing Waters a wonder as a special edition editor IInterior Journal After mention te Jeral p shad issued Cniisiiytt Souvenir tious the Stanford Interior Jour ual said PBut the one issued b the Mt Vernon Signal eclipsed them all is a thing ot beauty and a joy forever Quotations from a list of news pa pars will be printed next week rr a Mrs P FvCafcieis visiting her parents at Dayton Ohio George r Frith has returned to area after spending the holidays with home folksMrE OW Brooks has re turned to hex home at Knoxville afttrspei ng a vexy pleas n t week with friends and relatives here fG WiUnoft returned to his worn at IiabershAUt Terin after Jspeuding the kolldays with his tmother Mis M E Wiimott Miss Bessie Sparks spent Xmas Miss Willie BentOA and Mrs Granville Leece IMr Xmas with his sister Mrs Wilmbtt Miss Cora Wes Liberty KY is visiting her grandmother Mrs M 5 Durham Misses A unie Tate and Bobbie Davis of Mt Vernon and Miss Carrie Crane of Lexington sentt- he holidays with Mrs I W Tate Rals Wiimott has returned to Lebanon JunctionWH B nion was down from Livingston Monday The annual election of officers for the YouBg Mens Club will be held Monday night All members are requested to attend The two entertainments at the opera house were a success in every respect Packed house both nightsM C 1 was in Lebanon Junction first df tbeweek J W Hutch son is in Cincinnati on business A fHiattofLouisyileispent the hoUdays with hemefblks H sjinlLquisviUe cm bus ih from Louis fCt Wiimott nds atia rela uny thanks as pres elV f r l d to ipending Ibays with home Bastinof Lain aer mother Mrs J A of the week H n of Kirksville rind Ith of New Hope SpIt Snday with J W Hutcbesonl C Cable the best orld left Saturday to resume his duties as erecting engineer for The Ryan Dudley Contractors who are building government docks r t Havana Cuba If we ever hand to see a boy leave itwas Pet The Young Mens Club are nib us the best officer they ever had and many of our boys shed tears when they gave Pet the parting shake We hope to again see him return and be with us longer next time The stockholders of the Citiz n Bank will meet Saturday Jan 6th at I p m to elecl their officers for the ensueing year All stockholders are requested to attend Mi and Mrs J G Fiit i have the thanks of the Young Mens Club for their hospitality in givhtgus a pasty which was one of the swelle t I ever attended The refleshment were all that one could desire anr let me here just add that Mrs G W Bro ks certainly knows how to serve them There were 36 thtt enjoyed this hospitality Those a tending from a distance were Misses Bobbie Davis Anna Tat and Bessie Sparks of Mt Verrot Miss Carrie Crane Lexington Mis Cora Wesley Liberty and Mist Carrie Frith Gum Sulphur and Mr John Nevius Stanford LIVINGSTOA Sam Ward Jr of Louisville spent Christmas with his parents Mr and Mrs Samuel WardJ- Ii Browning has a position with the Railway Company at Paris and will move his family there soon Mrs J H Browning and children are visiting in Crab Orchard Miss Georgia McFerron is visiting her parents at Pine HillMiss Mary Pope entertained the young set with a party Friday evening Miss Bert Mullins visited rela tives in Corbin During the holidays Mrs George Howell of Corbi is the guest of regal UJfHriends here is Mrs Stanley and daughter Miss Pearl spent a few days at Gravel Switch last week Mr John Hilton of Baileys Switch was the guest of his daughter Mrs Dema Tubbs last weekMr any Mrs Egbert Hays have moved to- ParisMiss Ella Stanley is spend lug a few weeks with her sisters Mesdames Will Ward and Henr Burton and brother Wm Stanley Mr and Mrs J C Hocker returned to LaFollette Sunday The were the guests of Mr and Mrs James Orndorff Eugena Orndorfif returned to Newark Ohio Sunday Miss Nannie Stewart of the ex changevisited relatives in the coun try this weekMr and Mrs Rob ert Mink have returned to Lebaqo- nJunctionMiss Leila Argenbright visited Mrs Will Hilton at East Bernstadt and Miss Edith Cres at Corbin last week Misses Bessie Mullins and Margarite Fishof M t Vernon were guests bf Miss Cora Adams last weekMesdames carry Jenkins of Lebanon Junction and Ed Quinn of Pans have returned home after a pleasant vis it with their parents Mr and KrsJ B Hayes during theholi Jays Dispatcher Parsons is very Dw with typhoid fever with few hopes of recoveryEngineer Jas Drudorff was struck by a caboose ijikerfof Corbin and DrPeyt ti were called here and decided am jutatiooiiwas Dot necessary Mir Mattie McFerron returned home TUe5dayMessrsRoht Parisnd Durham of Valley View and John Brown of Mt Vernon ere guests at the Eight Gables Wednesday GREATLY IN DEMAND Nothing is more in demand than medicine which meeets moderS ivuirements for a blood and sys m cleanser such as Kings ew Life Pills They are juit hat you need to cure stomach and ver trpuhles Try them at MtT rer on Drug Gog drugs ore age uarainteed i r1Aa t r IJ I ITE FLAGS P Bear Mute Witni End of the December Uprising in Mosco- wtGOs OCCUPY PRESNA DISTRICT Vast Majority of llpniUers of thee ililijjlitiiigLpffions SuiTemlrred or Threw Away Arms The Last of the Revolutionaries the Guard of the Committee Surrend Bred Sunday Morning to the Government Troops Moscow Jan 1 White flags flying from a dozen factories in the tenement houses of Presna district where the revolutionaries made their last stand now bear mute witness to the end ol the December uprising in Moscow The entire district is now occupied by troops During the night the vast majority of the members of the Fighting Legions ether surrendered or after throwing away their arms endeavored to escape in the guise of peaceful citi jcens Only the members who acted as g guard to the revolutionary committee of this handful Sunday morning fur nished the last act of the sanguinary drama The staging of this last act was ad mirablea snowcovered landscape tie small black residence with a tiny rfl flag fluttering from its gable the end of Corbatoft bridge black with tnc guns of the artillery and a thin encir cling line of the Seminovsky regiment of the guard broken only directy ir the line of fire Suddenly there was a flash of red fire from the mouth of one of the guns and a solid shot plowed through the walls of the house A few spluttering shots replied from a win claw The cannon spoke again and again until a dozen shots had beer firedIt looked like murder to the specta tors on a hill and so evidently thought the officer in command of the battery which ceased fire A reserve companj of the Seminovsky regiment then ad ranted and fired volleys at the upper windows At the third volley a white handl erchief attached to a bayone was pushed through a shattered pane It waved franctically and all was over The little garrison of 30 marched oij and laid down their arras a strang collection of rifles and repeating shot guns All had revolvers Strange to say not one of the men had even been wounded and whet they found that they would not be immediately executed they appeared tfi be rather relieved that the end of the struggle had come They gatherer around the soldiers bivouac stretcher their hands eagerly over the cheerfu fires and begged cigarettes from tht number of prisoners is helm constantly augmented most of the nev arrivals being arrested at the brides or at other points of egress in tits Presra district which is crowded win refugees St Petersburg Jan JTt venor that Count VItte is hooked for rftirV ment In a fvv days s again tsing persistently circulated It is reporte that i1 Drraovo minister of the in torior will be elevated JLotSepreniier 311ip St Patersours Tau 2It is learner from a high source Premier Witt is again stroiyiy arrins the empsro to immediatfily pomiigate a moder ate corsMtHtoa for the JouVe par pose of reassuring th3 libsras tits the present war a alns the Reds does not mean reactionary blocking the attempt which urMloubtedly will bt made when the national assembly convenes to transform that body Into constituent assembly Moreover tin plan has other heavy backing and tin emperor is showing an inclination tr accept it The premier Is understood to have informed his majesty that suet an act would be a master stroke the present juncture and might rail the whole body of conservative am liberal opinion to the side of the government CO3SIE D SUTTON who accepted position with Mr ELJ MeRoberts at Stanford Qui town affords no more industrious and straightforward young man than he and Mr UrG Baker for whom he has workedthe past three years gives him almost enviable wishesIfor his splendid success gpes with him and to his new associates both ia business and social Circles we h rtilfcom ndhimI I bs t MARkSI IX- BootsShoes RuJWbers Yost LiastWNrYnip i l1NrnM poGos- J r 1 JJ 7 Szi1 tff fIcOAN J iikfi iGr DR M PFNNINGTON who has located in C rbin for the practice of his profesoi He leavt a splendid practice in Rockcastu anti a host of friends wlo had tit utmost confidence in Iris uietlic ability Wedding Present for Miss Koos vt Haleton Pa Dec 28Tire me bers of local union No3 United AH Workers of America has decide present to Mss Alice Roosevelt as wedding gift a carload of the bes ecr that can be found in the anthracite ix Lion Speeds to His Fiancees Side Washington Jan Congressnut Ix ngvorth arrived here and was a the whte house to see his fianc vithn a remarkably siort time uHcIarrived in the city Many fairs are billed for this month Avers ruegerSohsM- T VENONKYo OR MULLINS STATION For Bargains s r To Cure a Cold in Ore Dy Take Laxative Brqmq Quinine Tablets Seven boxes sold post 12 Signature WHY IS IT THAT I BUY AND SELL MORE PRODUCE THAN ANY OTHER STORE Simply because I sell CHEAPER GOODS the any store this side of therrJ on Works Mr place will 1e He Upiartors for SANT GLAUS Every thing in Tops and line t Vinter Clothing lid Shos at rnce alldipsI shock your modesty A C H I A ITIHIATT K S I I ir A JrQ r GRANVILLE OWEN S L UNDERTAKER J iBrod head KY t beard This COMPLEPE Coffins Caskets and 1 All Mail or Tele y Rhone orders c The YELLOW Front OLD RELIABLE BEST DRUGSTORE IN COUNTY Cfree pest Drugs Anywhere No Charge for Prescriptions Childrens Diseases a Specialty- All come for fair treatmen- tS C DAVIS Propr No 53 mBB HATS flats HATS a tt lJ r HAVE Just the n rcauti r fulI line of HATS JLt BY CAPS n s v School and invite the ladies of the county tfiHS give me a call I am sure I will plense you ULEO W BROW N fe Iijllra ECEEEfiEEiE1l I Pills Want your moustache or beautiful browm or rich black Use X BeMMTItkIt la t 1ffJ1rIJ Minion in months LINE fi Robes Telegraph Promptly Filled C R I THE THE PHONE resumed frotH city with liIlr HatS AyersPiils Ayers Pills saYinglthis BUCKINGHAM9S DYE nrri cis ot iiKtuuum It t co II Alr n= ABearx theThe glad Nate tBlgatlnr Lf et ti i Cures Grip tin Two Days ors every b x25c Itttllfiti1i11Pt1l1YI11I1t114111GWillis PRRCTICALUNDERTAKER I Stock Complete Cnn furnish on shore no I tice Metnlic Coffins and Caskets and have Embalming rs r 5 done Bine Hearse attached = 3 ORDERS by wire Promptly Filled S MPhone No 63 IS l111111111111111111111111111111111111111111fl111 11111111111111111111111 m JONAS McKENZIE COME COME WE invite all to come and see us At my store you i alwaysfinda good selection of Dry Goods and Notions CLOTHING We carrry a full line of Clothing that will suit all sixes and ages Our goods are right and our prices are right trulyPhone IE JONAS McKENZIE J YOUR BANKING No matter how small no mattter how large THE BANK of MT VERNON will giveit careful attention This message applies to the men and the women alike Remember we pay 3 per cent interest on all deposits of a X100 or more when left with the bank and not checked upon for a period of six months or more OFFICERS C C WILLIAMS Pres W L RICHARDS Cashier J T ADAMS VicePres A B FUUNISH Asst Ca- shOilFire Proof If you are looking for YOUR MONEYS WORTH Take your oilcan to your Deal cr and insist on having it iFilled withor h FIRE PROOF COAL 0It Fl e roof 0l It c ii c C r f p 5 J ryri i 4 I p 1 r rzvJ 4t = MT VERNON SiGNAL I MTVEKNON KY Jan 5 1906 II p79 Cult up NO 70 wii- vwint n you to Cointnunicut with SIGNAL 79 c c J4 R ITDIE TABIK 22 north I2J P m 24 north 332 a 23 south 124 p IP 21 South 1236 am TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 E1111at tlio Mt Vprrinii Ky Postoftice its secondclass mail matter PKRS03JI L v S V IVivm vfiit to Louisville Mnulny J W Parsons unveil to his farm Monday R B Mullins and wife spent las week in Knoxville Cashier JT flnteheson was tip from Brodhead Wednesday Miss Margaret Fish spent Xmas with her brother John at Blue Ridge Ga Miss Mary Colyer of Louisville spint the holidays with her parents Mrs V R Beck was the guest of Mrs G M Balard and other friendsRichard Williams and Manley Huey were over from Somerset on Monday Mrs Margaret Grimes has re turned from a visit to relatives in Lexington Carlos Menifee will go to Corhin tomorrow night to accept a j os tion there Misses Emma Pennington OTr1 Linda Ballard are attending school at LexingtonMr is general manager of Krueger Sons new store at Mullins Station Miss Rhoda White and Maranda McKenzie were guests of Mr and Mrs Jonas McKenzie Mr and Mrs A W So ward have returned from Cincinnati Mr Soward came in a very sick man Lytle Adams who will soon be Dr Adams and brother Jack spent a Sunday vithi heir parents Mr G C Williams took her daughter Miss Rissit to Louis yule Wednesday to put her under treatment of a specialist Albert HJatt one of RocKcastles noblest sons who has a splendid position in lonisviile spent Xmas with his parents Mr and Mrs Al len Hiatt D C Donan has resigned his po sition with the Mt Vernon Drug Co and will attend a medical tcLool Louisville He has already had two j ears W G Nicely has bought property in Berea and moved his family there to have the advantage oi the school Mr Nicely says that if his family is satisfied to live inBt rea he will dispose of his interests in this county and locate there permanently LOCALE dead M Denny Verona Mo is FSpiro is the name of n new pos office to be established at W A Owens store between Brodhead and Quail FOR SALE OR RENTA farm of Al1brightFrom 50 to 60 acres bottom corn land For further information call on or address F L Varren LevI el Green Ky Dec 223t STRAY SHgEPAt J N Gnf fi is ij miles south of Pine Hill two ewes and buck all white Came to my place in October The owner can get them by proving property and paying charges J N Griffin 2t Rev A J Pike Dock Penning ton M F Smith Bogie PhillipsI and Judge Jacob pose the Board of Supervisors of tax which is in session this week If we are correctly informed as to the number of raises made Rock castle will have more taxes than eyer beforetrhe1 M property on Main street changed hands twice in two days A B Furnish bought it from Mr Rallard and then sod it to W B Smith We understand T 4jiat Mr Smith will probibly move the postOffice and occupy a portion of ther om in which Mr SiC Franklin is locatedi i f tci lWfJ PA1 ER 13 TORN ll Mrs J S Reppert after ati ill ness of several weeks died Thursday She was a sufferer of heart trouble The annual election of officers of t ink of Mt Vernon was held Tuticla TIe only change made was the election of Dr Percy Ben t HI asdirector to take the place of J H Houk Mr Adam Brvim one of the countys most substantial citizens FriIground near the home of his brother David Bryant IsOTlCK This is to notify all who know themselves indebted to me to please call and settle their accounts If you havent got the money come and give me your note Short set tlements make long friends and of course we want to be frieuiii and dll business together in the future s we Inn in tIme past Respectfully IONAS McKENZIE Lrfward Spitt rrtd lidCin cinnati a son of Mr John Spire President of the Kentucky Free Stone Co was spending last week at Langford Station huntiiig On Saturday while attempting to cross a gullet his gun was accidentally discharged theload entering hih left hipg from the effects of which lie ditd Sittnday night His re mains were taken to Cincinnati foi Mirial have just received the finest ne of dry goods notions and fur nishing gcods that ever was in a firstclass countrystore andare full up to the brim wth all kinds of goods frtsh and up to date Han iljeall kinds ofsewing machine sup plies needles shuttles oil bands tic also sewing machines from 515 to drawer drop head up to 60 Conic to Owens store or write for sewing machines and supplies Ad djess W M Owens Burr Ky The new county officials were inducted into their new offices Mon d ly and after the few necessary preliminaries actively began the erformance their duties Tle following are the officers Judge L W Bethurum County Attorney- S D Lewis County Court Clerk M C Miller Sheriff R L Mc Fenou Superintendent or Schools G M Ballard and aiJerLLJ- arrett Mr jarrett being in New Mexico for his health the office is in charge of his brother Owen Jar reU WILLIAMS IJU11G The town is full of students again Both schools are full Villin msburg has about two miles ol smoothe stone sidewalksMr George Parker after spending the holidays with homeiolks here re turned to his studies ia medical college in Louisville Misses San ford Knox and Fuller of the Highland College of this place spent the holidays in Atlanta Tall apoosa and New Orleans Mr G A Denhaui who was elecle Mayor of Williamsburg Itt Novem her by a majority of one vote took the oath of office Monday evening and after serving forty five minues he tendered his resignation fin the ground that hi majority at the election was rot sufficient to warrant him in believing lhathe was the choice of the majority of all the people I hope his conscientious scruples will become epidemic J W Siler cashier of the Bank of Williamsburg was then elected unlillnextberofTheMt Vernon Signal is a thing of beauty and a joy forcv erM On receiving it I could scarce Iv believe my eyes I was glad to see the names and addresses of old friends whom I h dost sight of When reading these names Ican seeIIjim Maret scratching his head in a new place every time he wrote down a new name CON WAI Last weeks Signal reminded us of a Weekley Courier Journal Come on Bro Landrum with your double deck Central Record dont let our little mountain paper down you The work on the spoke mill here isbeing rushed now and Mr John B Smith of Ohio who is superintending it hopes to be ready fox business in ten days Christmas passed off nicely here except a few drunks and some loud wtJrdsMr Taz Huff and iamtly have moved toSnyderMr jW Rupardwas in Richmond this ekonjbusiness Mr J H SlginrJ has moved tp his farm he recently bOpgto f jFrank Jques iDS aflbid C nel T5rf I Charley and George Harden have moved here from Ford to engage in work at the spoke nilLWe are glad to learn that our friend T J Handy will move back from Texas about Feb Mr John P Smithwho is engaged in the spoke business here move his family here from Ohio and will oc cups the Harvey Chenault proper ty 4 RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT Voodstock Lodge No 630 s F A M Woodstock Ky Whereas it has pleased Almighty God the Supreme Architect in His infinite wisdom to remove from our midst jon November the 12th 1905 to the Grand Lodje on High our late lamented and highly esteemed brother Jasper N t1Ilove for his brothers and friends Ms leal in our labors his unreinii Iing energy for the promotion ol till good and charity which won for him our veneration affection andregard Our departed brother had been a consistent member ol he Christian churcha Mason for more than 8 years and Master ot our lodge for six years The mem ory of his many deeds of kindnes shill flourish rs a fprig of acacia in the hearts of allwho k iew hitr Iherefore be it Resolved First That in the death of our brother Jasper N Brown our lodge has lost a worthy and faithlul brother the communi ty one of its best citizens the wife a loving husband and his children a kind and deoted father Second That this lodge extend to the bereaved family its deepest sympathy in this their darkest how of irreparable loss and tmy God ever guide guardand protect them Third That as a tribute to his memory we wear the usual badge of mourning for 30 days a page 1e set a part in the record book of this lodge as a memorial and that these resolutions be recorded thert on thata copy be sent to the fain iland that they be published in the Masonic Home Journal The Somerset Journal and The Mt Vernon Sigual H H Beaty J T Bmwn j Com Houston O born 1 ePLEVEL GREEN rLevel Green is suffering from severe grippe and colds which seem to he an epideiiiicJ P Mullins is improving slowly Our liltl town is soon to have a new pole factory under the management of H C Broughton W J Brown and Miss Julia Cummins of Ojail were united in the holy bonds of matrimony Wednesday at the of the bride The groom homeI second son of Wm H Brown a prosperous young farmer The hride is the beautful daughter of Mrs Mary Cummins Two of our citizens have gone to Hyden Leslie county to enter college While we have as good an institution d learning as the Brown Memorial School at our own county seat it- would help to upbuild our county and furnish better teachers as well as greatly benefit the morals of our young men to patronize hone paliltdardof our own fchools so long will our schools he secondary in stitutions of learning The Public School of this place will close the is of February Wade Brown is an extensive dealer in the handle business here Mose Broughtou of Ottawa has moved in with his father and cooperate with him in tie goods businessThere were services Sunday at the Chapel conducted by Brp Forbesjos B Brown from the K U Bible Col lege Lexington came in Saturday for a two days vacation andreturn ed Monday Coletmn Broughton is suffring from a severe case of the disease familiarly known as the Lawrence MARETBURG oIChristmas very hereMr M Hartz remains about the sameMrs Judith Chestuut is visiting tson J McCall Miss Montie Martin of byIMissat bomeMiss Grace McCall after a yisit with relatives at Stanford iffaUhQ tte Mrs J J McCall is at 1 tffit 01f 2 A Hazel Patch with her huhband o Miss Montie Martin gave a jsocial in honor of tier guests Misses Maud Scrivneraud Gertrude Mar tinMiss Eva Durman entertain ed Friday night and Miss Alice Mc Call Saturday night in honor of Vliss Jewel Francisco John Hunt spent a few days at Hazel Patc SIrs Den McClure will arrive to Jay fronTParfs to visit her motber Irs ReyioldsMr and Mrr Marsh Owens have rernrned trom a visit their daughter at Pineville D Jay Hunt made a flyipg trij to Corhin Sunday AU Griffin and Huhress returned home Sunday after aisit to Roscot GrxflinMrs Elmer Houk hps bee visiting her sister Mrs Jno VToore at Berea Misses Maud tcmiti M d y utIe Marin have returned to Berea much to the re refbf the young folks QUARTERLY REPORT Of the Citizens Bank of Brodhad it the close of Vussit ess on the 30 lay of December 190- 5RESOURCES I Loan and discounts 38775 88 Overdrafts secured265oiJue from Natl Banks 789877 Due from State banks and Bankers 195001 thinking hou eandot 325000 Specie 12459 Currency 127300 j 239759 Furniture and Fixturs 333224 5786956 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in cash 7 50000 Surplus Fund150OCUnditied Profits 138 45 Deposits subject to check on which interest is not paid6iDep suhject to heck on vhih interest is paid 1053150 Capital stock not paid 750000- SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of indebtedness of any stockholder person or com panvor firm including in the lia nilily of the company or firm the liability of the individual members thereofdirectly or indirectly if such indebtedness exceeds 20 per pakinof the bank No Highest amount of indebtedness of any director or officer if isrounc of such indebtedness ex oeeds to per cent of paidup capital stock of bank No Does amount of indebtedness of my person company or fiirm in eluding in the liability of the com pany or firm the liability of the in dividual members thereof exceeds 3 per cent of paidup capital and actual surplus No Were all expense losses interest and taxes deducted therefrom before declaring dividend and was not less than 10 pee cent of the net profits of the bank for the period covered by the dividhnd carried to dIe surplus fund before said divi lend was declared Yes 57 869 561 STATE OF KENTTCKY IssCounty of Rnckcastlej I J W Hutches n c s tierfThe Citizens Bank a cated and doing business in the town of Brodl ead in said county foregoingstatement of the condition of the aid Bnk at the close of business Dec 30th 190 to the best of his knowledge and belief and further as that the business of said hank has been transacted at the location named aud not elsewhere and that the above report is made in com pliance with an official notice received from the Secretary of State designating the 30th day Dec 190- 5fthe day on which such report shall be madeJ Hutchpson cashier Directors J Thos Cherry R L Collier and Ru Hamm Subscribed and sworn to before me by JtN Hutcheson the 3rd day January 1906 E S Albright N P R C My commission expires Feb 14 06 AyersII Bald Scalp shiny and thin Then its probably too late You neglected dandruff If you had only taken our ad vice you would have cured flair Vigorth- edandruff saved your hair and added much to it If not entirely bald now is your IN opportunity Improve it I have used Avers HiiIrYiKorfiroTcr40 H years I am iow Ii yeHrnoUJanilliHVcaliCHvy rgrowth of rich tlitnU on tirely to Ayers Hair Vliror KEITH Belleville COAllllrllJrllststJIH Good Hair fOLEY3iilFEYDR 4 UI It = 1g Noticer oooooooQoo II have decided to erect a new building on then old site and must close put for cash my entire byAprilWe quote you some of our cash prices Smoked Bacon 9icts1 Good Lard 60 pound tubs f 7 ets Green Coffee fromP 1H to 16 cts Good Roasted Coffee from 13 cts to 25 cts Can Corn in case lots 6lcts Granulated Sugar 5oTbs for 100 2 5lbs Flour as good as money can buy 65 cts Next grade Flour 60 ctF Best Calico 5 cts Outings from 5 cents to 10 cts Fleecelined TJnderware at any old price t t t tt = Our Shoe and Rubber Depaltifieni Is one of the most complete in the county Bought right sized upright and our prices are right We buy STAR BRAND SHOES direct from the factory saving you the jobbers profit The makers of these shoes stand behind every pair and guarantee them to give satisfactory service We quote you a few of the specialties The Patriot Shoe for Men i T7i fT JH 50 fl W Shoe for Women 2 75 lei trily ohutjIQr Men 00 Our Family Shoe for Women t 1 A 1 iO Elzy R Shoe for Boys175 Music Shoe for Girls W SI 50 Music Shoe on extra wideiastsfor Old Folks 1 75 We have other Shoes in our STAR BRAND line that are honestly made and of the handsomest appearance Come lookexamineyou will find wre correct when we say STAR BltAND Shoes are BeteI Let your feet rest in a pair of these Shoes and you will have more pleasure moments v They are made from all good leath ers in a way thats right nun nun nun nun nnn ntt HHATSxC Mens tastes differas greatly I as do their heads It isnt easy toe o Jy pntjn a stock of Hats that vil1 meet e ery possible demand but we have come pear er doing this than any other store in town Ask about our 2 00 Mens Special For the uext t days we are going to sell you BETTER GOODS Ininety than youcan get elsewherep Our profits will be very small so we will not be able to give you a handsome clock ora set of furniture or a nice sideboard or eyen x a wagon and teal butwer will give you a square dalgood hJiiest goods at the very lowest prices We extend to you one andall If a cordial invitation make o ri ti V ft place of husines rplct6t 4 business So come to tn nnn nn = nt tnt retiComerCourt bqirej lt Vernon kY JPIOfle77 j 4 74 itI rAfrJ tRV 1 P Jjs f 4 11S t Iir 27Ei ii i r ii3 1I8risne soiii IjrjoXerishel soil like iinpov lriinuthe soilcan tell you wluit- fuiiilizer to llSG for lilTerenti pnuliiets 1fiourbhjodis tsj o f iihpovtTished1 your doctor illtllon wluit yQti need to ftfftil i QitmHl giVe it the rich red corpuscles that re lacking in ittmay bo YPu eid a tonic but I Ole likely Vott 5n edt concentrated Jatf6mlt and fat is the element lacking ill your system There is no fat food that is- os easily digested and Jivlm lated as Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil It will nourish and strengthen the body when milk and cream fail to do it Scotts Emulsion s always the same always J palatable and always beneficial where the body is wastingJFroni any cause either in children or adults We will send you a sample free Be sure that this picture in the form of a Subfl is thu wrapper of ocr bottle of EnmL bion you buy SCOTT I BOWHE CHEMISTS 4fl9PearISt Jew YOlk 5c and 100 Alt Druggists Pricentrary Practice limited to Abdominal and Pdvie Surgery General Surjjery Dis ases 0f1 y Nose Throat Ear Chest jenitourinary and Rectal Diseases Diseases of Nervous System Skinand Gastro Intestinal track This Insti is prepared to administer LgC Baths Hydro path Faradic Galvanic arid StaticCElectricity Make XRay Examinations No contagious diseases ad promptlrALL PHYSicrANs INVITED TO SEND THEIR PATIENTS HEUE FOR TREATMENT lorida iNcwGfleaiiL 4II Cuba readied in comfort vi- aHffllOBEfflI ROUTE AND SDUJI1ERNRv THREE TRAINS A DAY T Chicago Florida Special In Service January 8th Solid Pullman Train Leave CINCINNATI 925 TM LEXINGTON 1140 P MKANVILIiB 1240 AMDining and Observation cars for Jack onvlile and St Ansustlno via Cnatta noogaand tFlorida Limited Solid Train Leave CINCINNATI 830 A M 0 LEXINGTON 1O3S A M DANVLL1E 1150 A M Day Coaches Pullman Sleepers Obser ration and Dining Cars for Jacksonville St Augustine Shreveport and New Orleans via Chattanooga Atlanta and Birmingham Queen Crescent Special Solid train Cincinnati Lexington Dan ville to New Orleans via Chattanooga and BtrmlnKhara also through Pullman fccrrtee Jacksonville via Ashoviiie and Savannah and Charleston Winter tourist tickets now on sale at 7 reduced rates For information apply Chas W ZetJD P A P a T iexizigtoaKy LOaRRETT RUIUBOOH Ucnra Marr Gm Vutr AsCINCJSNTl KILLCOUCHANDCURETHE LUNGS WITH Dr NewDiscovlo IFOR M PTION CONS aU IIiOcSnrezt and QuickeatCuroforfl THROAT cud LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK J 4 TO CONS UMPT VES The u dersigmietl having been rstoreiI to health by simnilo means after siifi ring fo severmlver8 With a evere lung ali cthw iLiIl that dread iliteimse CONSUMITION iu ftIjmit stiller ers the means ef cure To those who Iesire it lie trill eheci fully eiici freeof charge aFcopy of 1rcseriptinL used whieii iiey ciii a Iire euro for CsuM ctt 1 ASTIIMt irARilI 1tiioxcimils ijthroat liii IALADIES lie sutierer ti1i ry his remedy as liable hose iesitig the prcscri i