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Ft iiiiiuiiC 1 Published Every- FridaylI o I JVOLUME XXII MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY NOV 6 1908 JUDGE L W BETHURUM I Who lost the fight for Congress in the Eighth but reduces the majority in the district and gets a vote uriparalelled in his honie county Offca Vote of Rockoasf Fe j Ij a Q 0- o 0 0 0 01 1 S e td 8 Q 0 Q rIjS tOO x = trj I IPrecincts N NRZ 1 IT4trJ IIro s 8tS o Mmv ro fg = f 7 7- rx EiMt Vernon04 231 95 239 95 233 23i W Mt Vernon IfiS 163 118 175 123 171i66 J Sounds tone 69 1977 4 79 19 diO i96 197 Scaffold Cane 42 15241151 41 151 151 Crooked Creek 20 143 17 147 17 147 143 Orlando 73 123 76 l21 77 117 128 Livingston 116 245 106 255 116 4a 25 Walnut Grove 1eA nl cI55 lv 75 57ij76 147 148 Browns v 134 141 D32 143 131 143 141 192 182 194 i77 194 180 183 BrodheadPowers Ii 77 6 77 Q 77 77 Total 955 1809 930 1839 946 1807 1805 Majorities 854 909 861 QUAIL H G Sutton and wife returned home Tuesday fromGrennell Iowa and report a fine time while in the west Mr Sutton will sell his property at Quail and probly locate in IowaWrn Scott remains some better at this issueThe protract ed meeting at Bethel conducted by R E Todd is doing splendidly with large audience at nightThe Hansford Telephone Co will soon hace their new lines complete from Brodhead to WbeeldonsElmer Scott of Crawfordsville mad was called to the bedside of his father Mr Wm Scott who is not expected to live but a short while Most of our farmers are about through sowing wheat and corn gathering will soon be the order of the dayLauri the little daughter of Wade Proctor is reported better at this issue A RELIABLE REMEDY FOR CROUP With the dry cold weather Qf the early winter months parents of croupy children should be on the alert for ominous symptoms There is no cause for anxiety how ever when Chamberlains Cough Remedy is kept in the home If this medicine is given as soon as the child becomes hoarse or even after the croupy cough has appear ed the attack may be warded off Mrs S Rosinthal of Turner Michigan says We have used Chamberlains Cough medicine for ourselves and children for several years and like it very much I think it is the only remedy for croup and can highly recommend it For sale by Chas C Davis IBryan carriedSomerset Ky by six votes The city has heretofore been Republican by ISO to 200 votes r JUDGE R G WILLIAMS I xr Who was elected Commonwealths Attorney of the Kenton Judici il thindistrictand Rhinock the Democratic cngres Min Of th enhtdr4 victory Rn his many freuds i hid rtyext q a rte rty hind oj Irfrq r fv ll1I lt IUJt f tno i1igu4L1 NU13ER71 BROOHEAJ Brodhead did herself proud in Tuesdays Election as she way the only precinct in the County to go for Americas greatest man I am ready to vote for him in 1912 Walter Miller B R Wilmottjno D Pike and Horace Benton all came home to vote Tuesday1 he Young Mens Clnh willl give a rhefrclnbmaqcorns to night John Ji W rand Thos W Evans were all in to vote Tjesdav Mns Ellen Ma h tfey is visiting in Crah Orchard Miss Clarence Albright of Barboursville was a charming visitor to our town last week and while here she was the guest of Mrs Mary Albright Mi s Parks of Missouri and Mrs Stewart of Silver Creek Kv visited Medanes Cas Tharp and Albrieht here last weekMrs G W Brooks has returned to her home at Williams burg after a few days visit here to her mother Mrs MJ E Wiluiott Items carried from list week Judge W R Cress of Monticello spoke here Monday night to a very large and enthusiastic audience and it can be truthfully said to be one of the best and cleanest speeches ever heard in this town in a political campaignMrs J W Hutcheson spent from Saturday until Monday with Mrs M B Sal in at Mt VernonWeextend to Mr Albright editor of SIGNAL our heartfelt sympathy in the death of his mother A large crowd from here attended the funeral at Maret burR Wednesday afternoon Rev A J Pike of this place officiated at the funeralR L McFerron was here Tuesday collecting tax Dr Percy Benton received a very high honor at the hands of the grand lodge of masons for Ken tuckv when he was made Grand Senior DeaconMrs P 4 Shelton has returned home = fro43 a ten days visit to Shepherdsville mu- dBostonMrs L B Hiltcn of Stanford is spending a few days here with her mother Mrs j R Cass a Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup is used nearly every where because it not only heats irritation ot the throat and stops the cough but it drives the cold out of the system through its laxative princi pie by assuring a free and gentle action of the bowels and that is the only way to cure a cold You cant cure it as long as you are constipated Insist upon Kenne dys Laxative Cough Syrup Sold by Chas C Davis The terms of thirty United States Senators expire the fourth cf March next aud the Legislatures which will choose their successors were voted for Tuesday James Jennett the alleged slayor of Cleveland Farmer of Simpson county has been placed in jail at Bowling Green to prevent probable mob violence Argument was begun Tuesday in the Supreme Court of the United States in the case ot the Interstate Commerce Commission vs Edward H Harriman involving the right of the commission to compel Mr Harriman to answer questions concerning the purchase by the Union Pacific Railway Com pany of the stocks of competing companies At any time when your stomach is riot in go d condition you should take Kodol because Kodol digests all the food you eat and it supplies health and otrength for the stomach in that way You take Kodot just for a little while when you have slight attacks ofI Indigestion ant you take it just little longer in order to get relief from severe attacks of Indigestion or Nervtous Dyspepsia Try Kodol today Sold bv Chas C Davis Mr Bryan heard for the third time the news of hisdefeat in the chiel ambition of his career surrounded by a corps of newspaper correspondents and many of his neighbors He showed bitter dis appointment Over the support he- receivedm GreaterNewYork At lo oclock Tuesday night be retired He withheld comment on he result Tired mothers worn out by the peevish cross baby have found Cascasweel a boom and a blessing Cascasweet is for babies and child ten and is especially goodlor the ills so common in hot weather for theingredtentsprinted on trio bottle Cpnlains no harmful ideugL laid bv Chas C Davis c Y f s i HON HARVEY HELM f Who wins for Congress in the Eighth district by 1800 LI YIN HSlO t1 U G Baker of Mt Vernon was in town last week Engineer Bob Clair of Corbin has moved into the Leichleiter property on Main streetRev Ogle and wife are in LouisvilleMr Urban Chewing was in Mt Vernon Monday Mrs Kate McGee has returned to her home at Crab Orchard after a pleasant visit with her daughter Mrs J H Browning Mr and Mrs Jake Pike were in Mt Vern on Thursday and were the guests of Mr and Mrs S W Dais1I Mr J W OliversPeft irtewday at McKee last weekMr John W Baker and Mrs Sarah B Dees were quitely rnarreid at the home of the bride Sunday the Rev Ogle officiating Best wishes to the happy young couple Mrs J R Hayes entertained at dinner Tuesday the followiug Mesdames George Griffin Jake Pike J T Chewing Egbert Hayes James Anderson Rebecca Minter 14R Rowzee Sue Mullins Essie Painter Mary Payne and Aunt Anne Owens Mrs Hayes proved herself to be an excellent cook and the dinner was enjoyed immensely Mrs Sue Mullins willentertain the same crowd at her home on High street Saturday a fine time is expected e Look out for a panic after all these big dinners especially if W J B is elected but of course there isnt any danger of that Mrs Cora White visited in Corbin last weekMiss Helen Singleton visited her uncle J E Singleton here last week Money Mullins was here Friday from Mullins StationOmer Chestnut visited homefolks here Saturday and Sun dayThe ladies of the Baptist nhurch save an oyster supper last Tuesday night for the benefit of the church Miss Baugh ot LaureI county was the guest of Mrs J H Browning Sunday and Monday Mr J M McFerron spent Sunday at the home of Dr and Mrs Childress Dr W J Childress was called to Lebanon Junction Sunday tosee Walter Rice who is very sick with feverTno Mounce was here from Middles boro visiting homefolksMrs JunctiontWhlter= Mr Charlie Anderson of Dudley was in town last week SEVEN YEARS OF PROOF- I have had seven years of proof that Dr Kings New Discovery is the best medicine to lake for coughs and colds and for every diseased condition of throat chest or lungs says W V Henry of Panama Mo The world has had thirty eight years of proof that Dr Kings New Discovery is the best remedy for coughs and colds la grippe asthma hay fever bronchitis hemorrhage of the lungs and the early stages of consumption Its timely use always prevents the developement guaranISoc and ioo Trial bottle free No material change will be made by Tuesdays election in the political completion of the next House of Representatives Late returns indicated that the Repnbli cans could count on 209 members and the Democrats on not less than 166 Congressm en with the result in doubt in nine districts De Witts Little Early Risers the amous little liver pills They are mill sure safe pills Sold by Chas C Davis HON B J BETHURUM f Who wins for Commonwealths Attorney counting his majontj in the districtbv the thousands and not by the hundreds His ma jority over F 3R Harrison the Democratic candidate by over 5000 lrc = Xt rEstabl i hed f 1887 t 4 f Peruna asa November RemedYm ITho month of November in temperate regions especially requires of the body a very radical adjustment to climatic conditions The hot CIRCULATIONmatter of common Irrnwlsflfra And lorder that the body may be protected against the lowering temperature a vigorous circulation of blood in the skin must be maintained It is not so generally known however that til a inside of the body also needs protection THE MUCOUS HEMFRAIO8 OF THE BODY that line very passage and cavity and duct also scifer from the change from hot to eold weather A medicinal comQ1llicl that gently tones up those mucous membranes enabling them to ADJUST TO WTTBR WEATHER is not only valuable essentialtoWhether Peruna is i liledicinnloompouml that meets the Jeq uirements can be judged by a hsty glance at some of its principal ingredients PerunaTheas a cure for DEPRAVED MUCOUS MSMBXAIiSS not only of the nose and organsHydrastisclassed by the highest authorities as a valuable remedy wherever the mucous membranes of the body are in need of a little modieinsl help recognizedbya TONIC OP TIlE GREATEST VALUE It is also an anti periodic and anti malarial remedy and is therefore frequently used as a SUBSTITUTE FOR QUININE It is a remedy of great merit somewhat overlooked by the medi cal profession oflate butits undoubted tonic qualities are sure to reinstate this remedy in its original highclass rank as a safe and efficient tonic and appetizerAnother Ingredient of Peruna which is of manifest benefit is cubebs Bartholow in his excellent work on therapeutics states that cubebs PRO MOTES THE APPETITE ASSISTS DIGESTION and increases the circula tion of the blood He also goes on to recommend itTor catarrh not only ofthe t organsLAST remedy for many years has enjoyed a great reputation in southern states as a panacea for many diseases such as dropsy indigestion cramp sick headache and the like Dr Scudder awriter of great fame also recommends this herbal remedy for chronic diseases of the lungs and heart These are some of the principal ingredients of Peruna compounded into a single remedy by skillful and experienced pharmacists The compound has been so devised that each remedy retains its full therapeutic value one assist ing the other in their beneficial action upon the human system MAKING OF PERUNA A VERY EFFICIENT AND VALUABLE REMEDY People who pass through the month of November safely and find them selves acclimated to winter weather generally pass through tho remainder of the cold season withoutany serious difficulty Fut NOVEMBER IS A CRITI CAL MONTH Tho adjustment of a large multitude of people fails to meet the exigencies of approaching winter No safer or more appropriate remedy than Peruna could be found Taken according to tho directions on the bottle not only would catarrhal ailments be varde4 fbut catarrh already acquired to corrected Itis with the assurance of knowing that we are right that we present to the public Peruna as an IDEAL TONIC AND CATARRH RBL E- DYUNrK S 1 0 lfll r 9 1 ttj S now Ie l k Mt S in ire a al a S I A LAINS s Remedy in our for seven years and it has to be a We that it do m ire the for it It is for and vwh A s sold by C X Rd The halo Bsii t 4 n Our line of Couch is Handmade Hearse to all county Orders by Wire Promptly Filled UU ItAll w A MT VERNON KY ttttttttftttttttttttt fttfttt1 tJ ttttitttttititt1 H Winfr lineI My Frill mud Winter i DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS = Are arriving also 3- H Shoes for Fall and Winter aEEpE JI STO KES = Q hast er kgg eroa 3 = Three miles South of Vernon EP Rehiember that connection have gener3 E blacksmith shop Wagon making and repairing specialtyF7lUU1HUU1UUUU1U1H1U1UHU HHUUHUUUUUU1UIHUU1HI METHODIST MINISTER RECO IMENDSCHAMHER COUGH REMEDY IWe have used Chamberlains Cough home always proved reliable remedy have found would than manufacturers claim especially good coup oping cough REV JAMES DEWIS Pastor Milaca MinnME Church Chamberlain Cough RemedyJs Chas Davis OAsazeo1 Maya l Caskets unexcelledIGoffinsfurnished the sent parts of II IF and LiveA HOW IS YOtTR DIGESTION Mrs Mary Dowliog pfNo 228 recOnltl1CtJdS Pitter in the caofacute tndij- Le tion prompts thisttestimonial I am fully c6hvnced thatIQ ElectricBiitersmarket today This reat tonic and alterative medicine in vigor llatChasSpeaker Joseph G Cannon was reelected to Congress iavthe Eighteenth Illinois district I I iT MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY Nov 6 1906 Published every Friday by EDGAR S AL RIGHTI SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on application I MEMBER OF K ENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATIO ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR COUNTY JUDGE We am authorized to announce G M BALLARD as a candidate for County Judge of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican part For County Court Clerk We are authorized to announce G T JOHNSON as a candidate for Coun ty Court Clerk abject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce FELIX BOWMAN as a candidate for County Court Clerk suject to the ac tion of the Republican party tJORJAILER We are authorized to announce CAr MULLINS as a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican party we are authorized to announce w A TAYLOR as a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce CHAS K CARIICAL as a candidote for JAI ER of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce TIP LANGFQRD as a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle County snbject to theaction of the Republican Primary We are authorized to announce V SWINFORD as a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle subject to the action of the Republican Primary FOR ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce W H BAKER as a candidate for Assessor of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican party WE regret very much to learn that our good friend Louis Lan drum hes severed his connection with the Lancaster Record which was one of the best editedand cleanest sheets In the state Mr Landrutn is a wholesoul fellowjand can claim many warm Trends and especially so among the newspaper fraternity We sincerely hope that whatever business he may engage in that success will crown his ef forts FOR the third time Mr Bryan- has been defeated for the Presiden cy That he should ever be named as the leader again is improbable but that he shall continue to be looked upon as one of our greatest leaders and one of the nations greatest men there is no doubt With Bryan as i4was with Clay and Elaine his greatness his puri ty ot heart and nobleness of pur pose is not appreciated POLITICS AND POLITICIANS Authentic information from from Creston la confirms the defeat of Congressman Hepburn for re election from the Eighth Iowa district by W D Jamieson Democrat by lOt votes John D RockefeUow Had to stand in line in a New York tailor shop for forty minutes belore he had a chance to deposit his ballot Almost directly behind him in the waiting line stood Judge Alton B Parker the Democrat ic presidential condidate of four years ago Bryans majority in Kentucky will be in the neighborhood of II coo With twentyeight precincts unreported the Democratic ticket has majority of 10953 The miss ing precincts are not expected to greatly change the majority Eight Democrats and three Republcans have been elected to Congress the Republicans carrying Ninth Tenth and Elcventh districts Congress man Bennett barely escaped defeat at the hands of J N Kefcoe and it is possible that the official count may change the result The first district gave the biggest Democrat ic vote in its history going for Bryan by 13000 while Ollie M James r majority is even greater The Re I publicans rolled a tremendous ma jority in the Eleventh When the twelve missing precincts in this district are reported the majority will probably be over 22 ooo expresseaIthe Bryaus defeat was due to unlimited amount of money and an in warranted lack of confidence in thi pinciples and pledges of the Demo cratic platform Big Jim OLeary of Chicago made the biggest bdbk on the result of the election He lost but one wager and that related to Br a s home precinct OLearv admits that his winnings surpass 100000 Judge Judson Harmon claims that his plurality for Ohios governorship will reach 50000 The Republicans refuse to concede his election Tafts majority in Ohio is believed to be about 25000 The mystery surrounding the disappearance of Willis E Smith a student from Kentucky State University deepens and a Pinker ton detective has arrived ia Lexing ton to work on the case The British Colonial Office it was learned Tuesday recently offered President Roosevelt the freedom of the Government shoot preserves in Africa Mr ling replied that he wished to treated only as a private citizen and did not desire special privi leges At Republican headquarters in Indiana it is conceded that the Democracy of that State has made a clean sweep concerning the party candidates and elected Thomas R Marshall Governor over James E Watson by 25000 majoritv The Democrats will control the Legislature on joint ballot This will enable the Democracs to name a successor to United States Senator James A Hernenwav Ten Demo crats havebeeu elected to Congress The official count is necessary to decide the contest in the First distdctI MEN PAST SIXTY IN DANGER Morethan half of mankind over sixty years of age suffer from kidney and bladder disorders usually enlargement of prostrate glands This is both painful and dangerous and Foleys Kidney Remedy should be taken at the first sign of danger as it corrects irregul rities and has curedmany old ineu of this disease Mr Rod ney Burnett Rockport Mo writes I suffered with enlarged prostate gland and kidney trouble for years and after taking two bottles of Foleys Kidney Remedy I feel better than I have for twenty years although I am now 9 years old PREPARING FOR WAR In the fall and winter is the time for the farmers to prepare for war on predaceous insects infertile soils aud the coming adverse seasons When it is too wet or to cold to do outdoor work is the time to lay out the coming seasons work You have alread outlined the system of rotation of crops you will follow and now you can calculate on wLat you will do with the outlying land which you have and which must bear crops in order to retain its vitality and prove profitable For you should no more have idle land than you should have idle hands or idle people on your farm In the first place see that all land vou intend using the coming year and that all the land you have in cnllivable condition is flat broken to a depth of not less than four inches and fully one inch deeper than at the previous breaking Before doing this scatter all the manure you can scrape up on your place evenly over the land Dont burn any thing off your land Turn all under that it may make humus for humus in the life of soil The deeper the land is broken the greater the protection against drouthnext year Many agricul turists deprecate deep breaking but dont you believe them save in wet season Do not confine yourselt to single crop such a farmer is always poor Plant corn oats cotton ana no matter whether you live in Kentucky Tennessee Alabama or Mississippi plant cotton for cotton will grow in all these States and make a profitable crop It has made a good crop this year on the Ohio river near Cincinnati plant sorghum and when you give the corn its last plowing plant cow rnlpartSpray your fruit trees during the winter One of the best sprays is aidfashioned homemade soft soap Asa insecticide it is better than mos ofthe patent nostrums sold In the stores and has the additional vistuevof costing riothirik If your trees a re infected with insects writetme an 3 I will help you mHtis to destroy them Above al- things plant a garden and feed the eood wife and kids on fresh vegetables They will make the wife smile sweeter and the kids learn easier And finally plant a few hogs That you cant put down for the winter eating you can sell for spot cash Your friend W M Bamberge Agricultural Superintendent Q C Route REV I W WILLIAMSON TESTIFIES Rev I W Williamson Huntington W Va testifies as follows This is to certify that I used Foleys Kidney Remedy for nervous exhaustion and kiduey trouble and am free to say that oleys Remedy will do all that you claim for it- FINANCaANDIMMlGRATION Financial depressions in the United States have largely to do witha decrease of immigration and an increase of emigration The New York figures for the year up to an including Octsber 1908 are said to show a decrease as against 1907 of 956 329 also that there is an increase for same time in emi gration are of considerable interest From 1820 when records were commenced to the close of 1907 the immigration amounted to 25 985 237 persons Add o this 250 000 as an estimate of the immigra tion from 1789 to 1820 andwe have a total of 26235 237 For all practical purposes of compariso n these figures are correct If we are to presume that economic con ditions including financial depressions in the United States have to do considerably with immigrations we are supported by some peculiar figures for a calculation This falling off during the year soon to clos in supposed to be due to what in New York has become kuown as the great panic of 19067 We find according to the tables that in 1873 the failures amounted to 228499900 while the immi ration that year was 460803 more by nearly 50000 than in the preceding year But in the following years ot 1864 and 1875 the immigration was only 313339 and 227798 1 4respectfully There was annual decrease of immigration down to 1879 when it fell to 1778z6 During those years failures were very heavy reaching 10478 instances involv ing 234383132 In 1884 and 1885 there was another increase of failures being 10968 and 10637 respectively with the amounts estimated at 223343427 and 124 320321 The immigration in 1884 was 518592 but for the years 1885 and 1886 it dropped to 395346 and 334203 In 1893 the most disastrous in totals in the financial history of our country there were reported 15242 failures for 346 779889 In 802 immigration had again reached a high tide being 1893I279 948 for 1895- Following recovery of the country from those disastrous times the immigration incredsed wonderfully 1027421in1285 349Enquire WATCHED FIFTEEN YERS For fifteen years I have watche the working of Bucklens Arnica Salve and it has never failed to cure any sore boilulcer or burn to whtch it was applied It has saved us many a doctor bill says A F Hardy of East Wilton Maine 25cat Chas C Davis drug stor 0 Doctorssay take Cod Liver Oilthey undoubtedly mean Scotts EmulsionIt be just as sensible for them to prescribe Quinine in its crude form as to pre scribe Cod Liver Oil in itsI natural state I- nScotts Emulsion the oil is emulsified and made easy to takeeasy to digest and easy to be absorbed in to the body and is tfie most natural and useful fatty food to feed and nourish the wasted body that is known in medicine todayNothing can be found to take its place Ifyou are rundown you should take it Send this advertisement etherwlthRaMe of paper in which it appears yoW address and four cents to covet postage and we will send you a Complete Haady Atks of the WwW SCOTT ft DOWNS 409 P ari StjNcWYerk w BRONME10RIALSSHootI The match hasLet half gime btWeen the hos last Saturday was a good oue Both teams are to be congratulated on their good team work and playing We were sorry to be unable to hold the reception Tuesday as bad been announced but on account of the serious illness of the late Mrs Albright it was postponed to some future date Julia T Fishs name was omitted lastweek from the list of those not absent or tardy for last mouth Blue and gray Shave been chosen for the school colors MrSj G M Lee of Danville has been visiting his daughter Miss Elizabeth Lee at the Dormitory The Literary Society will hold a Halloween program this afternoon Miss Barbee a well known elo cutionist of Danville will give an entertainment Friday evening November 6 under the auspices of the Atheletic AssociationS LAND FOR SALE 1000 acres of wild land coal and timber six tracts one track of 300 acres located east oi depot in the town Livingston Kentucky and the other tracks in the vicinity of Livingston in Rockcastle and Laurel counties and all on the Louisville Nashville R R ex cept tracks 2 and 6 and these two are within a half mile of the rail roadTRACK i i5o acres located on Piney Branch Land fairly well timbered and contains about a 25 in vain of coal Well watered most of it adapted to cultivation TRACK 2 50 acres adjoining the lands of Jim McGiiire Lee Arnold and Henry Owens Some timber coal good land TRVCK 3 300 acres in town of Livingston Some timber coal good mineral spring land well watered can be cultivated TRACK 4 250 acres located on west side of Rockcastle River Fairly timbered well watered coal a good portion can be cultivated TRACK 5 200 acres located on Rockcastle River Well watered some timber coal adapted to culti Sfatfoii TRACK 6 200 acres located in Laurel county ou county line between Laurel and Rockcastle and near Livingston Coal some timber well watered adopted to cultivation For further information call on or address L W Bethurum Mt Vernon Kentucky 14 S T OE XABean I the BlfMtUTi What Would YouD If three good physicians should pronounce your case hopeless If they should decide that you could not live longer than six weeks And if you should get well after us ing only 1200 worth of Dr Miles Heart Cure and Nervine what would you advise a friend in like con dition to do I have to thank you for saving iny wifes life two years ago We hart continued with the doctor until tho third doctor like the two previous ones said that nothIng could be done for her that she had better be taken home from the hospital to quietly wait her time which would not be over 6 weeks at the most I brought her home and then I thought probably Dr Miles Heart Cure and Nervine might help her so I got a bottle of each and some Nerve and Liver Pills and commenced to give them to her We soon seen an Improvement and glvingbottles in all of the medIcineS She takes it occasionally now if she feels the need I am In the ministry and have been for 44 years REV P MILLIGAN Gcnda Springs Kans i Dr Miles Heart Cure Is sold by your druggist whp will guarantee that the first bottle will benefit If It falls he will refund your money Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind W AI CARSON PANTE AND PAPERJ1ANiER WALLPAPER ROOM t MOULDINGS ETC Let us make an estimate on work before placing your order All Work Guaranteed 6DJ Women sufferers 1 shoulduse 1LIXkHDONT J j let yourself to be miserable Why suffer from severe headaches have fainting spells and be fretful Your liver needs attention Try Herbine the great liver regulator 1 Constipation Bilious l CURES and Fever and tComplaints Mrs E 0 Morrison Houston Terns writcG I have H for from severe iffaintingJj no relief untill tried and was completely cured I a use it always i PRICE SOc J J Ballard Snow Liniment Co 1sv LOUIS MISSOURI J2Sold poinmended by CHAS C DAVIS CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Umatureof LIThis is the season of the year when men without any experience whatever in the handling ot fire arms go forth into the woods and fields in search of game and through their carelessness and ig uoranca contribute to the tragedy records and the work of the hospit els Now the huntsman shoots a comprnion mistaking him for game Again he shoots himself perhaps dragging his gun after him as he climbs the fence maybe failing to observe the common precaution re garding loading and unloading Scarcely a day passes without bringing the news of some such unnecessary disaster attributeable in almostevery case to the reckless ness of the hunter So often are men shot by others through mis take in the woods that this has come to be recognized as a distinct form of casuality and every yeear a certain number of deaths and wound ings in the woods may be anticipa ted Men go into the to hunt without experience with the same readiness they go into the water The sum mer beating accident Is almost in variably the result of inexperience Some parents allow their children to go out with guns without any thought whatever for the possible consequences Thev learn too late the truth that firearmns make poor playthings for the young- STIMULATION WITHOUT IRRITATION That is the watchword That is what Foleys Orino Laxative does Cleanses and stimulates the bowels without irritation in any form Mount Vernon Monumental WORKS M 7 =anufacturer of and DEALER in Marbles and Granite Monuments ofall kinds Estimates furnished on application ALSO AGENT FOR Stewarts Iron Fences WiitJt1cl Fo i heaper than woyd a IfcthneIWxtiz f ai laii i9- 4MarJItwARr JRO4iPW CINCINNATI O fir lesijw at Peace la esr cati bfre prices will saiprise a call ael Q GEO OWiNSProprS I c d i UAM1Ir OUR LINE OF HOUSEHOLD KITCHEN FORNITURE Comforfs Counterpanes and BTankefv Garpef5yMaffingrsy and Rus t Window Shades and Lace Ourfains Ranges and Sfovesa g and see for yourself that our line is firstclass iand uptodate and that our prices are right X We also carry window sash and doors ii i Give us a call tQQ cox iOld Brick Bid opposite Courthouse Mt Vernon Kentucky i Phone 941 or 97 3 3 3 yr A b 311 I SJMMERGOODSFor I best bargains ever offeredon Summer Goods j tSilks White Goods Lawns Etc I And in fact all kinds of dress goods have a largb stock of SItIIp J2 S IIIalso go regardless of price U price for country produce I A5 C HIATT KENTUCKYt I J f Convenience of the Savings Account ied iManyrately Small amounts may be added at any time A savings i account offers a profitable means to realize ou funds that are Widle awaiting investment You may withdraw a part or the fi entire amount atany time With a determination to save you 1 rf are always welcome here Vhy not lend your money to the J n bank As borrowers we stand ready toreceive such amounts was you can save time to time We will pay you a regu lar rate of interest on your money Well explain in detail if you will call at the bank X THE BANK OF MT VERNON i INCORPORATED y MT VERNON KENTUCKY T- j3C3K 3e83C =tntnnnntntnt1nnnnntntnnttntnnnntn n nnnnnn JET VERNON DjMBT DO 1T S PRACTICAL 3UtII3ERTPKERS 3 UNRAtDI1ECTORSAND EMBALMERS 3Mt Vernpn Ky COUGH M ETA LIC CASKETS 3= Coffins and Robes 3 ELicened Embalmer will ha charge of that line of = = work for the company EOrders by wire promptly tilled Hearse sent to all points rs ABFURNISHWH KRUECER 3- EPnQne J Proprietors = i flWWU1111WUWWW1Ul1U1UlU1U1UWWUl11111WWWW Si r tNIfl 1j kL ghI 1 MT VERNOiN SIGNAL I v MT VEENOIF KY Nov 6 1908 Z9ftt L i Call up No 79 wberiyou Want t Communicate With SIGNAL 79 I 0 c 4 RRCO t TIME TABLE 22 north 124 p m 4north 340 a m 23 south 124 p Ui 21 South 1220 a Ui lAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postoffice t as 8ecjnd lass mail matter PERSONAL Mrs S S Daily is reported very low Mrs Susan Henderson is visiting relatives here Mrs Mary Hayes of near Wildie has moved to Berea Supt G M Ballard was in Berea QusinesstWalter Mullins has gone tot housekeeping on Adams street oJ B Cummins was in town Monday on important business Mr and Mrsto Clyde White t visited relatives here this week Will Arnold has his new residence on Adams street completed L Cbas Riddle one of Rockcastles best young men is telegraphing at Fariston t Conn Brown left Wednesday for Texas for a few weeks visit and vacation t Tip Langford has moved to the t property recently purchased of Marshal Smith Emmit Hansel spent Tuesday ZrL T Welch was in London Monday looking after SOme T businessninttersMrs Mrs W J Sparks and daughter Miss Bessie were in Louisville this week W G McBeerW H Fish and Tucker Bowling made a flying trip to Brodhead Sunday afternoon W R McClure was down from London Tuesday and says he is getting along fine In the livery business Uncle Henry Branamanand Alva Maret two of Rockcastles best citizens were over from Wildie Wednesday Mr Casey of New Castle Ky the contractcr has begun work on the new bank building for the Peoples Bank Mr and Mrs J Thos Cherry came from Brodhead Sunday to spend the day with Atty and Mrs J W Brown Mrs J A Mercer of Wayne county is here visiting her daugh ter Mrs E B Brcwn and sister Mrs W B Smith Mr David Henderson who has been an invalid for several years was able to come over to see Gov l Willson last Saturday Hon and Mrs B J Bethurum were over from Somerset last week visiting relatives andto attend the speaking of Gov Willson t Mr George W Doan of Pine Hill who has been afflictedwith 7 paralysis nearly two years was able to come to town Tuesday to vote t i Dr P Benton is soon to become i Va resident of onr town We glaBly welcome the Doctor and his most estimable family as one of ou- rfnumber Mr W H Williams sends us another dollar and s jdiLet the SIGNAL come I can not do without it it is like a long letter from home week SMrsrelatives in Mt Vernon and wili iremain here several days wheqshe j will go to Barboursvllle to visit her brother Dr Go H Albright DI G HT Albright and daugh f ter Miss Clarence of BarbourviJle and Mr and Mrs A W Stewart of Silver Creek were present at J the funeral of Mrs Nannie Al bright J LOCAL 1 SPIcruREsBank you can Shave your pjctures made Good work at reasonable figures rr j Oet232ttJ FRKD OWENS 4ft F 7I d Pay less and dress better at FISHS v Just received a shipment of Fall Hats for men and boys priced from 1 00 to3 50 T FJSH Ball Bapd rubbers are the best that money can buy therefore the cheapest Get them ouly at Fishs Clothing and Shoe Store Marriage license were issued Monday to Logan Ping of Plato Pulaski county and Miss Lula Denney daughter of Mr and Mrs H N Denney of the west side of the county Mr J P E Drumrnond the popular Livingston dispatcher was up Monday to have some printing done He has starteda newspaper and magazine subscription agency and those who desire to subscribe for any of the standard uo to date publications should see Mr Drum mond before placing your order He can save you money on any magazine or paper published F R Asher and T N Noe have purchased the property of H H Daily on West main consideration 7600 Mr Asber gets the prop erty on the South side of the street including residence which he will occupy The large field on the Northside is owned jointly by Mr Asher and Mr Noe and will be devided into building lots and sold A street will be opened at once ALBiT1GwrOf all sad words of tongne or pen the saddest yet are these mother is gone Just a few minutes after the clock rang out the eventful hour on Tuesday Oct 27th the Godly spirit of our good mother Mrs Nannie Catherine Alright took its flight to Him who gave it Mother was 54 years 5 months and 19 days old When only 15 years old she was united in the holy bonds of matrimony to John C Albright and to this union were born three children the youngest a daughter which died in its infancy end two sons William and the writer For fourteen years father mother and brother weie with me and at that old country home near Freedom church were spent the pleasant hours of an unbroken family circle All was peace happiness and comfort But alas the silver cord was loosed the golden cup was broken the home had lost its charm for father was gone Only a few years passed when the grim reaper death bent down upon that manly form and brother was called to join the loved one gone before A few years come and go when we must standby the bedside of mother and see her breath out her last All that skilled physicians and loving hands could do to alleviate her sufterin g was of no avail and with anguish hearts could but only wait the fateful endGNone but those who have sat in the shadow of a great bereavement can justly weigh such a sorrow as this Her life was gentle but like the still waters it was deep In her heart of hearts she carried those she loved and her hand was never weary her step never failed in ministering unto caring for waiting upon those who were in any way dependent upon her None ever entered her home without a warm welcome nor left without feeling the warmth ofa genuine hospitality She was a faithful member of the Christian clfurcb She was not only faithful lo her church but just as faithful in believing that it washer duty as a Christian to do the will 01 her Master at all times The floralofferings were beautiful presented by the Willing Workers The Lady Maccabees and admiring frindsBesldes the writer therj left an aged mother now in her eighty foUl Ui year who is broken hearted because of the loss of her only child and with the strain of so many years weighing o heavily upon her it is stemingly than she can bear The funeral services were con ducted at the Christian church by RevsA J Pike and Walter Brock and Mr W HCoxafter which the remains were laid to rest in the Maretbarg cemetery beside her husband and son our father and brothel to await the glorious resurrection morn Fare thee well mother oh thou to memory dear Dust to dust and lulled to slumbers sweet Sleepon forever in 4the priso a drear But in the realms ohigh shall Tour spirits meet t il S r II 55QSSSS4Ss o IeS e 0ee 15 1W 5S K s c 5e rfl- 0esi rI1 Ge S 0 C 0 viSs 0fV ri C te CeW 0 5S e C Q t1 p f e s lios o isSS eS aa S r i i 15 555 S S S S a S S S S S S SS SSS SSSSe SSSSSSOS S S S S S S S SS ooo0 0 5 t- ae5g8S S 0 5 0 5 5 0 Thanksgiving will soon be here are you prepared to drees up If not see r v Fish about that new Suit HERTS TO OUR ti tt r V y NEXT PRESIDENT t I We know the countrys safe no matter who is elected Well all keep on doing business and hard times will be but a memoryftl c We have the largest and best 2 selected stock of Clothing Shoes fiJ rij ji1 ernon orne see Look the town over and you will comeback here and bny ij rJ1t l ri tt r r J r3tMl YBBKOKS LBADIPiG CLOTHIBB c2v l PHONE T7 i Get your Overcoat here and save money OQOg8aE if iri iiiiii 1rif vvv ffff g Born to the wife of R L Mc Ferron afine boy baby Mother and babe both doing well The railroad company have completed the concrete steps leading upI on the west side of the Main crossing These steps are to connect with the new side walk to be built out West Main St On Saturday Evening Oct 13 pupils of the High School and rammar grades enjoyed a very pleasant evening at Langdbn Dormitory in celebration ot old Hali loween The faculty are to be conIgratulatedon their way of entertain inff rPOSTEDWe whose names appear below ltHctlyland and will prosecute all vi laters of same Florence Ponder John Winkler Smith Pruitt J W Moore John Leece J J Smith Simeon Saylor Thomas Burk Alice Moore J C Gibb s fpokelast week was given a cordial reception by all the citizens re gardless of party affiliation A large crowd was present to hear the Gov who spoke from a plat ourthousejyardfurnished the music and the day passed quietly RESOLUTIONS We the undersigned Wilting Workers of Christian church Mr Vernon Ky desiring to pay out respects to our departed sjster Mrs NannieC Albright who in the Divine Providence of Almighty God has been called from our midst do hereby publicly express our sorrow at the loss to sour Society of put beloved sister and ex tend our sympathy and condolence to her many friends and bereaved relatives and we hereby lve That a copy be spread upon the minutes ot our society a copy sent to the family and a copy to the MT VERNON SIGNAL for publication Done at a special meeting1 Nov4 1908 jkcY JlRS MIL ALIN Pre Mks3MARGARr GRIS Secyft ii LAUNDRY Leave yor laundry at Fishs o ciutTDhursdayGILBERT DAILYAI 63t Agent Lebanon LaundryK To THE VOT RS OF ROCKCASTLE CUNTYIn announcing my candidacy for jailor pi Rockcastle c a Rlwaysthe Republican party and have been willing and re at all times to advocate its great vital and fundamental principles which have immortalized its name If elected shall endeavor to the best of my ability to perform my duties of office according to law and make ecord of which my party shallnot hereafter be ashamed Hoping supportIM V SWINPORDi CARD OF THANKSWe wish to return our heartfelt thanks to the many generous friends who stood by us with such unwearving kindness duringthe time our dear mother was called upon tosuffer before entering upon the rest prepared the children of God V and cross ed to the beautiful home over there Seldom have any in teed of sympathy and the most devoted friendship received sO full a measure of the best fruits of the human heart From first to last it was one unceasing routine of kindness attention and the glodul of death was conquered by the warm radi ourdearAl that human power could do to alleviate suffering and mitigate our sorrow was done Nothing that skill could suggest or love supply was wanting and the altar of friend hlp was even laden with it holiest insense May the bread thev so lavishly and generously cast upon the waters return to them after many days and He who tempers the wind to the shorn lamb gjtectshield them from the sorrow sickness and death incident to humani tYi3nd when they come as come tbeybefriends as noble generous and de voted More we could not slt foitbem more fri nd5tij cot td riotgive J 4a ES AxarGir iT 1 The program at the Literary So etv this aft noon is as follows ebate Resolved that the Night iders are justifiable in their acts ff John D Henderson Willis Mc enzie Neg Floyd Miller John Beaty Pantomime Anna May Miller Virginia Martin Ruth Mul lins Julia Fish and Ruth Landrum Sadie Richards The culty entertained the High School and Grammar Grades Halloween Night WANTED Red oak and while anyitationJellico Tenn and Berea on theMK C branch or Crab Orchard on the K D Red oak strictly second growth White oak that shows a good annual growth and of good weight Dimensions 3 deep 2 longWitlyardbetweenJ LRASHCO- Oct 93mo Mt Vernon Ky WANTED SUCCESS MAGAZINE requires the services of a man in Mt Vernon to look after expiring subscriptions and to secure new business by means of special meth ods usually effective position per manent prefer one with experience but would consider any applicant with good natural qualifications salary Si 50 perday with commis sion option Addresi withreferences R C Peacook Room 102 Success Magaiine Bldg New York Mendel Muilins son of Mr and Mrs T D Mullins is suffering from a broken arm caused in a rather peculiar manner He was passing a base ball with one of his boy chums and while attempting to throw a curve ball twisted his arm in such a manner as to cause a complete break of the bone veryI fiueInecessary to put him under the infiuenceofan anaesthetic to set the arm be apse of the drawn muscles of the arm He is getting along nicely however and will soon heable to resume his studies iii ttie Brown MempriaK I J Miss Barbee of noted reader of will give an Memorial chapel on ning at 730 oclock to hear her and tette Admission 25 GREAT Send us the more performers Organ and silver or postage and you postpaid our M usic Roll Music consisting of arches and the Piano or Organ KNAIIERS famouss ButterfliesoMarch the latest popular Ive Seen POPULAR Music Indianapolis sSf Ge 1ffJtic 90II sc8S05 60 oS 000 tGoo QG3 ftaoso S v3 ce GO eO 005 000 Ig4OQOo t000 005 flO ceIcs lOQ 000ft0iU0ee It1rtIegee ete- s OCO CilooIi eo ci t oS 00 c o g Oe eorriD sea ci Qco GII S oSrr O0 80- fV eQeI111 c o 30 i ee0I 00 Q I 0oGe I e0 s e 0e 0 00 105fts S I 0 0 I caoTSSsoS o e saseosClClla 00 made it impossi last week Tohn McFerron Hill Hearst has transfer to tie Gov Haskells filed against Court of Nebras COUCH HE ILUNS Kings Trial PRICEI LUNG OUBlESI 3 3 IBrodheadKyICircumstances II The JIlt Most ne you 3 see TIlE found at itl l t e ri d M J v y 3 = v c 3 I W G I 1 COMPLETE LINE Qoffins Caskets and Robes AU Mail Telegraph or Tele pbonorders Promptly Filled t s Fii p 1 r JJ O i= L If APT CAPTURES THE PRSmNC WITH 238 ELECT01L VOTES fOHIOAN HflLLD THE VISTOa WITH PLURALITIES GREATER THAN ROOSEVELTS IN MANY REPUBLICAN STRONGHOLDSHE HAS CARRIED PHI CTiCAll Y THE ENTIRE T EAST AND MIDlE WEST THE ELECTION IS BIG WITH SIGNIFICENCE EVERYWHERE THAT MR BRYAN AND MR GOMPERS MADE A SPECIAL EFFORT TO t DEFEAT THE rAN HE HAD PLACED ON THE UNFAIR LIST HO CAME TO GRIEF IT WAS THE FIRST EFFORT OF ORGANIZED LABOR TO ALIGN ITSELF WITH A POLITICAL PARTY AND IT WILL PROBABLY BE THE LAST II t TArr1JAlfU J H lt EXECUTIVE HEADS OF NEXT NATIONAL ADMINISTRATION New York Nov 4lt is the same old Bryan tidal wave A tidal wave wept William Howard Taft into the white house just as it swept William- McKinley thither in 189G and 1900 Mr Tails majority in the Electoral college will be at least 100 Gov Hughes has been reelected in New York by a plurality of approximately 45000 The house of representatives I is safely Republican Even Uncle Joe Cannon despite the efforts ot t e Mr Gompers has snatched himself p like a brand thin the burning and is reelected in the Danville l11 disc trict by a plurality between 6000 and 7000The vistory for the administration and the Roosevelt policies is over whelming In a word Mr Taft has totkicioa pcsuiiJcaiiyjjia Jjntireeast from Maine fo Virginia and from Tin Atlantic to the Alcghanies He has carried practically the entire middle rr west His victory in Illinois is so great that one almost falls to credit 11 the reports Cook county in which the city of Chicago is situated and in wbicH Mr Bryan firmly believed he had started a political revolution was carried by Taft by upward of 40000 plurality In the state Taft beat Bryan almost two to one Michigan Wisconsin and Minnesota r have all gone heavily for Taft Both the Dakotas are Republican on the national ticket- Kansas is Republican by at least 20000 Taft has easily even given the Dem ocratic nominee a close contest in the border state of Kentucky Indeed so easily has the Republican candidate walked in that one wonders why the Republicans were so badly scared l 1 il1allr working Mr Taft and the white J t house stenographer to death and gen jfralI bending every energy to make rF i the victory so emphatic j The election is big with significance Speaker Cannon is reelected Repre sentative Dalzell is reelected Repre sentative Payne is reelected Every v ere that Mr Bryan and Mr Gom t pers made a special effort to defeat Hie man he had placed upon the un f fair list he came to grief It was the first effort of organized labor to align Itself with a political party and It will probably the last Another significant thing in the elec Ition is its probable effect on the for tune of Tammany hall Tammany has failed utterly to make good its prom ises to Mr Bryan regarding the Dem ocratic vote in this city That Bryan should not have polled a very large vote here approximating 100000 more than Taf will be a bitter disappoint ment to all the Bryan followers The f dyy before the election a delegation of enthusiastic supporters of Bryan waited upon one of the most prom meat men in Tammany hall and plain ly told him that if Tammany did not give Mr Bryan a very large plurality in New York vengeance would be taken on Tammany at the next mayor alty election and theBryanites would be used to elect a Republican mayor This phase of voting was causing the gravest apprehension to the more intelligent and conservative members of the wigwam There has been a slaughter of Re publican gubernatorial candidates in states which Taft has carried Olley Arnold Democrat is elected in Rhode Island Gov Burke is reelected In Ncrth Dakota Gov Johnson is re elected in Minnesota Some of the pluralities for Taft are enormous Maine gives him 50000 Vermont 18000 Massachusetts 100000 New Hampshire 20000 Wisconsin 75000 Michigan 100000 Illinois 200000 Pennsylvania 350000 There has also been an increase in the Republican vote in the southern states Twenty thousand more men voted for Taft in Florida than for Roosevelt four years ago Virginias plurality for Bryan has fallen to n OJO and the Republicans have gained a member of congress There has also been a considerable gaiii in the Re publican vote in Tennessee Georgia and North Carolina New Jersey like New York has in creased the Republican plurality It gave 80000 for RoosevelUn 1904 Taft carries it by more than that VALUABLE TIP After exposure or when you feel f a cqld coming on take a few doses pfippleys Honey and Tar and it will expel the cold from your system It cuies the most stubborn rcoufchs and colds and prevents J ypneumonia vl A 110 nAItrEtsYei Htw wttpi ijJ1Ie tl A dramatic feature of the fight for the governor of New York was the last rally of the bookmakers and racing men to Chanler Coming on a special train from Baltimore Monday night they drove the betting odds on Hughes almost to even When the returns began to come in from New York city indicating a large vote for Chanler they threw thousands of dollars into the betting ring As the night grew on the odds changed with the growing pluralities for Hughes up the state and when the result was finally settled most of the beting men were as nearly broke as they ever have been on an election The result in Ohio was most emphatic Although the early returns in dicated the state might be in doubt the latest estimates are that Taft has carried it by ailuralityQLanzvvhere from 100000 upward Cleveland CfiP cinnati Toledo and Dayton all large centers gave a very heavy vote for Mr Taft Indiana the scene of one of the most desperates truggles in the cam paign has gone for Taft by a plur ality of more than 10000 In this state as well as in Ohio the shift ol support from Bryan to Taft on the in fluence of President Roosevelts Jet ters and Mr Tafts pledges it is held caused the final determination in fa vor of the Republican electors PLURALITY OF TAFE IS 10000 In Indiana Marshall Looks Like Vie tor Over Watson Indianapolis Ind Nov 4lncom plete returns from throughout the state indicate that the Republicans have been struck by a landslide and that their nominee for governor Jam n E Watson has been defeated by 8000 Tile same returns indicate tint Judge Taft has carried Indiana by a plurality exceeding 10000 The re turns show that Judge Tafts strength was a great disappointment to the Re publican organization in particular and to his followers generally who had been counting on lila winning an easy victory by a plurality ranging from 25000 to 40000 While Chairman Goodrich and his associates have not authorized any state ment giving Indiana to Thomas R Marshall the Democratic nominee tar governor they stated privately that he has carried the state The Democratic leaders are insist ing that Marshall has carried Indiana by a plurality exceeding 15000 end that the result so far as Taft and Bryan are concerned Is in doubt It looks now as if the Republicans have lost control of the legislature on joint ballot which would mean the retirement of Senator James A Hem enway of Boonville RepublicanshaveMarion Vigo Vanderburgh Alleu Madison Delaware Wayne and Tippe canoe The reports from 900 precincts covering practically every secticn cf the state show that Tafts total vote is 120362 and Bryans l2382 Tafts plurality being 24GO There are S24i precincts in the state rrecin502 Marshalls plurality being 689j On the basis of latest returns Re publican Chairman Goodrich believes JutthrOUghBRYAN CONFIDENT TO VERY LAST But Realized His Prospects When Told He Had Lost New York =Fairview Lincoln Neb Nov 4 William J Bryan received at his home Pairview the returns which early tcld hlr for tje ihirtl here beMnd been defeated in the greatest amoi lion of his life Confident of victory to the very last he was not prepared to believe that his cause was lost until the pluralities of his Republican op PC EDt piled in such proportions as Id have no room for doubt When the early returns came In he made particular inquiries regarding NO CASE ON RECORD There is noc1seonrecprdof a cough orcoldrresulting in pneri mouia or consumption after Foleys Honey and Tar has been taken as it5 will sfopyour cough and break anybut ti1tains I i 1iiur Illii jtits of New tprlc gpd Around rniph encouragement In the gains lie pemoiclaticcontinued to tie received he relied on Greater New York to offset the heavy 11Evenpointed and he soon realized that the state was hopelessly gone and with It his prospects of being elected According to the predictions of his managers he was led to believe thal he would be elected without the aid of the Empire state and he turned his inquiries toward Ohio and Indiana The heavy Democratic gain In the Thirteenth Ohio district was a source that to him indicated that the propn ecies that Ohio would go Democratic would be fulfilled He also got much John1Eit1theprobably Democratic After nearly three hours spent In his library Mr Bryan came upstairs and talked to the newspaper men and others who had assembled in the workroom He read some further returns but they told thcvsame story glveloutHARRIS HOLDS OWN STATE Taft Carries Ohio By At Least 100000 Columbus 0 Nov 4Though the returns are the slenderist for a Quar ter ofa century yet they are sufficient to indicate that Ohio has stood by William H Taft for president contrary to the countrywide belief that it was doubtful His plurality as shown by the handful of precincts that have been heard from will be in the neighborhood of 100000 The indications are that he has earned the great labor centers of Cincinnati Cleveland Columbus and Toledo and that the agricultural districts have failed to return to the Bryan column with the expected strength Harmon the democratic nominee for governor is running ahead of the Yule given for John M Pattison the nomi nee of the same party in 1906 who carried the state by 42000 The lead however is dwindling with the returns from the rural counties and it is a fair presumption that Andrew L Harris the Republican nominee will be elected by a safe plurality Because of the streaked character of the voting the returns upon the congressional contests are confusing it is likely that Nicholas Longworth the soninlaw of President Roosevelt will be returned in the First district by a small plurality Taft Wins in Hamilton County Cincinnati Nov 4 Seventythree scattering precincts out of 321 re ceived by the local board of elections indicate that Taft has carried Hamil ton county by 5000 or 6000 that Harmons plurality in the county will frouiJQflQOtq 12000 and that the county ticket IsfflThbtitIth prob abilities favoring the Democrats DEMOCRATS WIN KENTUCKY And Captured Nine of the Congressmen Louisville Ky Nov 4 Chairman Ben Johnson of the Democratic state committee claimed the state tot Bryan ba majority of 18000 votes He said that D E Edwards in tiu Eleventh district was the only congressman the Republicans had elected and that Democrats would reprosen ten districts in congress next time Returns to Democratic state headquarters from Western Kentucky art coming in slowly but they show eno uious Democratic gains wherever re portedChairman Johnson believes thai Ke 11theJames had been defeated by R Y Thomas jr in the Third The victory In Kentucky said Johnson shows what United Deruct racy can do when it goes afier things and that Kentucky is safely a Demo cratic state At Republican headquarters It was claimed that Congressman Bennet in the Ninth Langley in the Tenth ant Edwards in the Eleventh had beet reelected and that the Democrats had won the state and elected R Thomas in the Third TAFT CARRIES WEST VIRGINIA By 20000 PluralityGovernor Also Likely Republican Charleston W Va Nov 4Conservative estimates by leaders of the Republican party based on incomplort returns received at the state capital gave the seven electoral votes of West Virginia to Judge Taft by 20000 Plurality They also claim W E Glass cock is elected governor over Louis Bennett by a plurality only a few byJudgeDemocratic leaders while admitting that the state will probably land in telbaser1ceisable to the election of Louis Bennctt probabiiitynon to the national house of representatives Owing to the fact that West VIr- ginia is a mountainous country it is almost an impossibility to secure returns that vould justify an accurate forecast of the gubernatorial race between Glasscock fnd Bennett but the counties from which returns have been received show that Glasscock isnot running far behind Judge Taft Kanawha county the largest In the state will give Taft and Glasscock 1500 majority Clay county which Terr yof rs ago avp Ornwell Dm j 200 oyar Dawson teuj has returned a majority of 50 for Taft and Glass cock Kanawha county gave Roose Dem1ocratfccandldate aBly of 700 four years ago TENNESSEE Memphis Tjenn Nov 4 Returns AGO p LINIMENT When you need a good reliable liniment try Chamberlains Pain Balm It has no superior for sprains and swellings A pieceof flannel lightlydampenedwithp- ainbalm is upeiorto a plaster for lame back or pain s in the side or chest Italspjelieves rheumatic pains and makes sleep and rest possible For sale by lSCDaya J TJr I l l 18ewill be eleQt d a second termfover his TfItID1U1byDemocratic congressmen will be re turned PENNSYLVANIA Phllb lphla Nov 4Itepublican brjmrlature thtycllm will be overwhelmingly lUfpubiican JJemotclaticclaims the state for Bryan by 40oi o VERMONT WhiteUver Junction Vt Nov William H Taft carried Vermont by about 27000 Jt turns from all the cities and 144 of tile 240 towns give Taft 27531 Bryan 8346 MISSOURI St Jo lsNov 4 Scattered returns indicate that Bryan has carried Missouri by 38000 plurality and that Cowherd Dem has defeated Hadlej for governor by 20000 ILLINOIS ChicAgo Npv 4 indications now are that Taft has carried the state by 170000 Deneen the llenublicau can didatefor governor has been elected by approximately 100000 The let lsla lure which elects a United Statessen ator will be strongly Republican GEORGIA Atlanta Ga Nov 4 Democratic OHndidates for congress elected in all of the Georgia districts numbering 11 Reflection of United States sen ator Clty Demis assured No state offices were involved WISCONSIN Milwaukee Nov 4The Sentinel claims toe state tor Taft and Davidson by an estimated plurality of 75000 MINNESOTA SL Paula Nov 4The indications based on scattering returns are that Johnson D mrfor governor carries Railway county St Paul by 6500 and the state by at least 25000 The returns so far received Indicate that Taft will carry Minnesota by at least 80000 States For Bryan Alabama 11 Arkansas 9 Vlorlda 5 Georgia 13 Kentucky 13 LouIs- iana 9 Mississippi 10 Missouri 18 Nebraska 8 Nevada 3 North Carolina 12 Oklahoma 7 South Caro dna 9 Tennessee 12 Texas 18 Virginia 12 For Taft California 10 Connecticut 7 Del aware 3 Idaho 3 Illinois 27 Indiana 15 Iowa 13 Kansas 10 Maine 6 Massachusetts 16 Michigan 14 Minnesota 11 New Hampshire 1 New Jersey 12 New York 39 XortHTDakbta 4 Ohlo23 reon 4 Pennsylvania 34 Rhcde IsIanoyTT South Dakota 4 Utah 3 Vermont Washington 5 NEBRASKA Liiiv0lneb Nov 4Nebraska prcbaJOly lbs gone Democratic by a de eislye pluralityWlth not enough lie turns cn governor on which to niake in estimate Bryan has made slight iaih S In the ceuntry precincts and in the cities the Democratic gain la heavy Bryan carried Lincoln bY600 overturning a normal Republican plurr- dllty of l600l LOUISIANA 4BrYIDswelltindicating a majority of 40000 Prov osty Dem was elected supreme court isty Dent was elected supreme court justice and Shelby Taylor Dew was elected railroad commissioner CALIFORNIA Los Angeles Nov 4The Repub licans claim the state by 45000 It la undoubtedly safe for Taft An un usually heavy vote was cast over the entire state In Los Angeles Congressman James McLaughlin Rep was reelected by a greatly reduced vote NEVADA Reno Nev Nov jfhe Democratic candidate carried Nevada by about 2000 Bryan was yery popular in same of the mining districts Tafts popularity lay in the larger towns but his influence was not powerful enough to carry the Republican party to vip tory i UTAH Snlt Lake City Nov 4Taft won out in this state with a majority ol 10000 The streets of the capital tre thronged with people and everyone Is joining in the noisy sports of horn blowing bad pastimes that go hand n hand with the celebration in honoi of the election of a new president NTH CAROLINA Raleigh NOV 4There will prob ably be a slight reduction from tii DiEiocrntic majority of two years atjc hi lhegtate The majprity probably will be about 40000 The Eighth and Tenth Congressional districts are foi Republican victory eARKANSAS LittleRockNov 4Bryan woii out with ying cclois in the state of Arkansas and his plurality will exceec 20000 A solid Democratic congrcs sionalr delegation has been elected CONNECTICUT NewHaveniNov4Taft has car xied Con cttcu by more than iOOlOl votes and George L LilIethRepuh lican candidate for governor wlt carry the state by over 10000Ali1- Tle Republican crnsressnien wer oisctcd FLORIDA Jacksonville Nov + vyblle rthf count tiss be nslow In hI5 sttthere is no doubttbat Bryan Has car vied it by 201000 Alt of th6JDema cratlc congressmen havfe been eleced Albert W Gllchrist is elected goT ernor Kod a corobinstiob orebaluraif diRestiW jtiicei and it dIgests all classes tif food and every kind of food1so vqusee itwill d tbe work thattbestoIndI tU does The pnlydifferencjebetwtfcg it andjtie is can gelbnfqifordefiinfl itodol can not but Kodol can ipuUhestomacb IB to Jool order Buy Kcklol tbd It is guaranteed Sold by Cbts C- Dvil 1k 1 nnfmvMmffrT miffwtMfitiiiiaiftt WJJJSIIB Misses avta and Samantha Fish were jvitlrhotTjefollis from Friday Laswou1was Franklin was over to see her sister Mrs John Crawford of Brodhead last Sunday who has been very siclThe ball game between Wijdie and Hiatt last Saturday morning was eighteen to twelve in favor of Wildie and Wildie also detVa td Conway Su l 1Thereplace next Saturday night Sunday and Sunday night Miss Ella Naph has returned to her home at Berea after two weeks visit wiih her friends afid relatives of this place Mrs Jane Coffey who fell from a barn some time ago and badly injured we anfglad to say is some better at this issue Mrs Ann Richardson an4 brother of Paint Lick was the pleasant guest of L T Stewart the latter part of las- tweekUncl Henry Fish has returned hom after several weeks visit with his friends at Stanford and Mt Vernon Mrs Sarah Martin was visiting relatives at Mullins Station first of the week LINGERING COLD WITHSTOODOTHER EAT1 MENT BUT CURED BY CHAMBER LAthS COUGH REMEDY fLast winter I caught a very severe could which lingered for weeks says J Urquhart of Zephyr Ontario My cough was very dry and harsh The local dealer recommended Chamberlains Cough Remedy and guaranteed it so I gave it a trial One small bottle of it cured me I believe Chamberlains Cough Remedy to be the best Ihave ever used This remedy is for sale by Chas C Davis TAKEN UA black and white spotted sow weight about 150 ponnds marked with smooth crap off eacbearCame to my place about two weeks ago Owner can have same by paying all damages Oct I63t J M MIZE Pine HillKy OASTOaxjtht A xlha HataAiways Bgiigtt of Burns btuipes and scratches big and little cuts or In fact anything requiring salve are quickest and dent soothed and healed be De Witts Carbolized Witch Hazel pilesBeby Chas C Davis R W DYOHE P E srirM-T VERNON KY Office in thJ T Adams brick All Work Juaranteed Satisfac tory J Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty jjrodhead Marble Work BODHEAD KY Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents 1or Iron Fence- D BALBRIGHT Manager M Lw M E SIDentist J At Residence on Old Main Street MT VERNON KY J Work guaranteed CC Wifliams i t ATTORNEYATLAWVRO jarQFEIOE On ardV floor 6 rheBanfcofMt Vernon onChurch street Special attention giver to collections Phone No 80 ic McCLiRY- Undrtakr Fmba1mer L 1 Conmlete L JifjE of Caskets Robes c D rdera by Telephone a t z ed promptly dJ StilnfotltWy c44 t t 1W l SS I r iI t w w S SS CASTOS SSESSK SNXSSX The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been in use for over SO years has borne the signature of and has been made under his per 4r sonal supervision since its infancy I Allow no one todeceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and entlangcr tIle health of Infants and ChildrenExperience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoaa and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Signature of cCThe Kind You toe Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years rr c3c-I SHOESS 0urSpring line Of Shoes are in and we want i there is no place in the county where you can find a better assortment more stylishuptodate line than ours LADIES GENTLEMENS BOYS AND MISSES LOW OUTS r7 J J Call and examine We are glad to sht vyou wlietheryou buy or not J MoKENZIEoVSON I The New Store Go to Carmicals for fIFresh Oysters Coconuts Grrapcnuts Pine Apples Cocoa Table Jelly YiFigs Raisons Shreaded Wheat Evap Pairs Ice Cream Tell0 Baked Beans Beefsteak and Meats ofall kinds All goods delivered in town When you want groceries call Phone 561 W H CARMICAL COiNext door to Bank of Mt Vernon Mt Vernon 06 ccc A Simple Remedy Cardui is a purely vegetable extract a simple lloniiitoxicating remedy recommended to girls and irregularityfalling0ther form of sickness peculiar to females TAKE t1ifillLJ 1 It Will Help You Mrs C Beaver of Unicoi Route 33o jt Mar bearingQoWnpains in shoulders nervous palpitation and other- troubles Icannot mention but tookWme of Cardui usedft1c4 I AT ALI mUQ OTORBI t U 4 SS tr j- tr5 Yr1k I- jCS