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A fSfe t r i fe ISo J i L i t r Published Every 1 Friday r r s 10anfetumi ignllVOLUME XXII MT VERNON RQCKCASTLE OOtNTY KY FRIDAY DEC 11 2jIt 1908NUMBER i 1 L- f 1 MASt J tY j4v And Take It To Chas C Davis At Once I 1 i CIA1L Manicure Sets 1 toJO F Toilet Sets r 150 to 750 Cut glass il 1 ifi 3 Jewel Cases U flftO5 Cuff and Collar Boxes Tourist Casest f 75 ttst 6 jr if tt Complete Tourist Cases 500 Music Rolls Leather i9Stagg= o f t llIIti t H f t J wnt HUGH MILLER I I have voted and worked forthe upholding of the principl of the party I propose to make a clean unbisedunprejudiced many Imake this an nduHcemient I want it that I was n- influenced b7 auy body or faction to enter this race I simply co u d ve y o t date W M Fish cue of the best of men and clerks that evertillfd the In cage I receive the and elected I promise ta S5e the duties of the 9ffice and Und r theseconditio s rurgeutly request the support pi thee people HUGEfIltlInit Li ltFDlkg ReM This Grefflly i yDollsr IfMerrygorounds y Horse and BuggiesI F tsI100ToyToy Dishes u r Toy Furniture rToy GoCarts I k r f 8 Toy Cradles and Beds x t sl 3Jijc Toy Books galore t Picture frames Books Books Books Clocks Stagg Cigar Leather Cigar Gases Bear Dogs Elephantsy nile ean 1t iOctto54Come early and make you selection i i jfI c U IHJ U tiM V K Leading Druggist countsulijecttomajority generalhavedistinctly understood dePeuponhavinghadp6siron nomination Promptly efficiently QUAIL Wm A Owens who has had a serious attack of pneumonia is some betterEarnie Herrin is inMtIhas returned from IndianaCleo Wheeldon and wife spent Monday with his parents Mr and MrsA- J Wheeldon of the Buckcreek section We made a mistake in last weeks issue about the Xmas tree being Xmas day The Xmas tree will be Xmas Eve nightA protracted meeting has been going byEldersWell boys Xmas will soon be here with the old year going out an lebust aUMcIsectionIThe little infant son of Edward Taylor died Saturday evening and was burried Sunday in the Provi1 groundEugenTodd 9nWednesdaya m the death angel visited the claimsys diseaseconsnmedYI She was twenty years of age and tofleavesme a father one sister and two brothers devotveegbeartfeltiympThursday afternoon in the Pro dance burying ground to await the summons of the Iast5great day V useDrot r eta 1 COVE Mrs Vina Cook has returned to her home at JellicoMiss Cora Griffin will close her beI8tuSam JWLeeBlanchRev Logan Owens preached here last SUndayRev Jones will begin a protracted meet Sundayt SCourtTuesday Dr Lee Chestnut has Medicalkscboo1Leste have moved toRedfork Oklahom homeMrdNlarshallSmith of Mt Vernon wa Smithlast week J C Coffeys laud yearnClownn his old barn and building a ne one IThe correspondencebetween the United States and Japan in declarationis s ns mitted to the Senate Tuesday and referred to the Committee o Foreign Relations A HOME M DE HAPPY BY CHAM- BERiAiNfs COUGH REMEDY baPtrlher lungs and at last resulted in a Vhadas obtained Everybody thought she would die I went to eight differe stores to finda certain reme recommendedx ofIavtnd SPENCltaoHyCough Remedy cures and is s pleasant and safe to take For sale by Chas C Davisl v Ji ijv LEVEL GREEN Mrs Katie Catron who has en critically ill for several days ingfbeducted at Popular Grove by Rev James Cummins and an associate gteatbtnefit partySaturdayof the young folks which was a Mrs Johnson how to am use the young at a social and is usually alljoban r of this place recently personas Mrhr5t a s no Western fever afiff willremain in KentuckyDR Gentry the present teacher of the intendwS a two or three months term this winter beginning im mediately after the expiration of the fall term The children of Level Green have been suffering recently from a severe attack of Whooping cough nVars Lizzfe Brown wife operatorVH Brown now at Danville in the service of the Q thbfiniteUnrs een our part jQJkir agersarch for game From a l rgepart of those come from the Bjugrass in this usualdly guntoas PeoPIo of enilSlhUghtering for a while and in view of the fact that Christmas ttvilli soon hexer fn 8 Medallions Cases t t Teddy r t Teddy Sic LddvFvPv rowr I dknows The sensational nightrider cases in Tennessee will come up indefinite form Monday for trial ot the indictments recently reported for the murder of Capt Quentin Rankin and assault upon Col Taylor The State will try to press the prosecution forthwith the defense will seek delay It Is believed that the trials will be postponed An appeal will be heard by the United States Supreme Court of the American Confederation o L boycottaborinjunction of the District Supreme Court of the taincase It was out of this case that arose the still pending contempt proceedings in which President Gompers and other officers of the Federation are defendants France s reception of President Castro of Venezeuela who ef Caracas for Bordeaux ostensibly to undergo serious sergical operatio isa subject of international curiosity The strained between the Castro Administration of the VenezuelanCovernment and the French foreign office make the oftto when Castro expects to tetarn to thIe Venezuelan exective stat MEOICINE THAT is MEDICINE hoI have suffered a good deal with stomacbcomplantsbut tsElmedicine for stomachand liver trouble and for run down condi HaJ13dvand enrich the blood tone up the nerves and impart vigor and ener gy to the weak Your money will behe refunded if it fails to help you drtoreB r V Established 1887 thing USDISPEIMSATORY V Describes the Principal InjretfteRts Contained in Peruna Are weclaiming too much for Peruni when we claim it to oe an efiectiTt remedy for catarrh Haveabundant proof that Peruna is inreal- ity such a catarrh remedy 1 let us see what the United States Dispensatory says of the principal ingredients of Peruna ingredienthydrastic saysfemployedin thetreatment ofdepraved mucous membranes chronic rhinitis nasal Catarrh atonic dyspepsia ca rrh of the stomach chronic intesti catarrh catarrhal jaundice catarrh of the liver and in diseased mucous membranes of the pelvio organs It is also recommended for the treatment of various firms of die eases peculiar to women corydalis alsotatonic for the mucous membranes ofnPeruna an excellent drug that baa been very largely overlooked by the Sftynvery few store Tie United Statti DispeBMtpry says tf the actio ofcedroa that it iaUei as a bitttr onic and in the trest treat of dysci tery and in intermittent diseases as ft substitute forquinine OIL of copaiba another ingredient of Peruna is classed by the States Dispensatory aa a mild stdms last and diaretiCi It acts on theatea acH and intestinal traotIt acts as a stimmknt omthtgenitoiri iary t cranes Useful in chronic cystitis chronic dysentery ani diarrhea sad locikidneysSend to us for f free baY of testi monials of what the people think tf Peruna as acatarrlrremedy The best evidence is the teatiaoay tfthose Rite have tried it 108A3 zIIpue tt i ru = = irR ftil fl 17 1Vif2 = II 1 X It t = SHOESI cr UCE I Walk Over for Menu M 3iese Shoes walkover all They have no equal Ionei r t s K ijie 1 a fttgoi1 S35O and 400 American Lady comfort 300 and X350- We American I pe8e3Kg 5 3ie8JS3e RUBBERS se t ill Ift3e W Vr For Men Women and Children G fci CV ji 4 1 iiJiIiVi hYehave only the best To them you from sickness To buy them from us saves you money it CLOTHiNGW- e sell the Best Come and buy your Christmas Suit from us and then you sure of the latest correct styles We only the best madeup clothing on market buy them right and sell them right Come give us a look we have tbeclothingstore town FKRUEGERSONPh- oneW Sfe 87 Opposite Depot j MT VERNON SIGNAi FRIDAY Dec II 1906 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR 1001 Advertising rates made known on- application t f MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATK ro G1 o ii r 1t ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR COUNTY JUDGE ifc tx We and authorized to announce G M BAITvARD as a candidate for Count Judge of Rockcastle County subject t the ctbriof the Republican party 1For County courtClerk r We are authorized to announce G TtJOHNSON as a candidate for Coun r yCourt abject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce J5LIX BOWMAN as a candidate for County Court Clerk suject to the ac tion of the Republican party We are authorized to announce W T FRENCH as a candidate for County Court Clerk of Rockcastle countysub jeer to the action of the Republican par ty FOR JAILER t We are authorized to announce L CAM MULLINS as a candidate for 7 of Flockcastle County subject t t6lheaction of the Republican party 1 we are authorized to announce w ATAYI OR as a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle County subject to the action pf the Republican party J We are authorized to announce CHAS f K CARMICAt as a candidate for JAT ER of Rockcastle County subject to the l action of the Republican party Veare authorized to announce TIP 11 i LANGFORJ as a candidate for Jailer yi f Rockcastle County subject to the pfI iK of the Republican Primary We are authorized to announce M V ii SWINFORD as candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle subject to the action of the t b1ican Primary te i Weareauthorirecl announce DAN JJ IEIC PONDER as a candidate for jailer ivfRoclxastle County subject to the ac tion of the Republican primary t vPor Superintendent of Schools iWeare authorized to announce J YcrERRON as a candidate for Superin RockcastletoFCountysubject tothp action of the 1e publican primary t FOB ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce H BAKER as a candidate for As sessor of Rockcastle County subjec to the action of the Republican part For Circuit Court Clerk IVe are authorized to announce GEO R ROBINSON as a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican PriI mary We are authorized to announce HUG MILLER as a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Rockcastle County subject to action of the Republican primary We are authorized to announce SHERMAN as a candidate foi Circuit Court Clerk of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republicai primary THE last session of the Sixliett Congress is now sitting in Wash ington It will adj ourn in three months simultaneously with the end of President Roosevelts administration It may be predicted with much certainly thatty there will be little or no new legislation at this Session For three orfoui weeks the Ways and Msans Committee of the lower house has been listening to rhetoric OD tariff revision but no bill will be reported at this session Mr Taft is expected to calla special session isIthat this useless rubbish before the Committee on Ways and Means Is heard and recorded The Monetary Commission ap pointed at the last session ofwhich Senator Alddrich of Rhode Island inIprobed the finopdjaJL guefition at financial renters abroad In as much as it has six years in which to do this socalled work there is no probability that it will report a bill this winter The President backed hv the more progressive officers bf the Navy is anxious to have a new law passed reorganizing the Navy Department but inasmuch as only hree more months remain to him end to this Congress he will jrqbably have to leaved this iooseveltian policy with oJ many theh1o His successor There will be opposition fait jstas there was to the bill for the reorganization of the Army which Mr Root hen Secetary of War was notable to have enacted until after two ears Qf strenuous effort There is belief in some quarter that a Rivranc a Harbor bill wil be passed before the fourth of March There is urgent need for the improvraentof the waterways but economy is the slogan that is hearh from al sides The defici last year amounted to five million a month and this year it is not far from ten millions a month The Pres and the advocates for a greater Navy are insisting on more money fur dreadnaughts and the closefists of the House are de in their opposition In a few days the Postal Saving Bank bill will have the floor in the Senate and Senator Foraker it is said will call up the Brownsvilh affair on the 16th of the month He has returnad to Washington with his belt full c f artillery and cutlery and a sensational speech filling of the Congressiona Record is expected BBODUEA0 Miss Eliza Pike is attending the protracted meeting at Mt Vernon at the Baptist Church0 A Frith was in the Bee Lick country last Sunday Walter Miller was up from Lebanon Junction last Monday night D B Rambo was in Maywood and Stanford first partof weekrMiss Cora Sigman entertained vety royally Tuesday night in honor of her guests Misses Smith and Wilder of Coibin Ky A free entertainment will be given by the Christian Sunday school dn Gbjstmas Eve night at the Christian cuurchr4 evA J Pike is assisting in the protfac e4 revival at the Baptist church in Mt Vemnn Dave Hurt attended the funeral of his brother John Hurt at Lancaster last weekJ fhos Cherry was in Louisville last Monday purchasing windows for the Christian church The members of the Christian church will give a box and measuring social at the Opera house on Satur lay night Dec 26 at 7 p m Be mreaud come and a good auseA M Hiatt was in Louisville last SaturdayRev md MrsC C Wilson have re turned from a tcndays stay in the Level Green neighborhood Mrs L B Hilton of Stanford was up to tee her mother Mrs J R Cass who is laid up of rheumatism Dr O 0 Stone is visiting friends an4 These Shoes have more more style and more wear for less money than any other shoe on the market f have a pair of Lady Shoes in our show window that are mthU We do not want to sell this shoe but come in and ask to see them buy saves are and buy the and of the Wailer CHASTEEN termined pages help t relatives this week at Cumberland a Gap and Tazwell TennMrs M E Wilmott End grandson Dave Miller spent last week on Copper Creek with Mrs Wilmotts brother Mr Granville LeeceM C A- lbright went to Louisville Tue day on JnsinessMrs W T Evans and daughter Miss Verla have re turned home from a weeks visit at MitchelsburgEdd is in Louisville this weekThe Young Mens Glut met last Saturday night and elected the following officers C H Fritt Pres J Mont Roberts Vice Pres F L Durham Secy A M Hiatl Treas Henry Brooks U B Cass J J Albright Guy Roberts R E Albright committee on entertain anent =W J Owens returned las Saturday from a ten days stay ir Louisville and Lebanon Junction =Dr and Mrs Percy Berjton apd son John were down from Mt- Venl9n Wednesday and spent tb day hour town The Harqiltoniat Society of the Christia churcfc have decided that Brodhead will be well supplied with plays enter tainments box socials etc so they have decided withdraw 1S favor of these andwillput forth the strongest effort to give one lot the best home a shows ever pro ducedin thisrcty about Feb 14th Igoe Dont fof get these dotes i Fts entertainment by Christian Sunday school Dec 241 7 p m Great Five Act Force Comedy Josiahs Courtship By Brodhead Dramatic Club on Dec 25th 7p m Box aidMeasuring social by members ot Chrstiari Church iii Opera House off 26 I 908 GUILTY of CO T RF ITIN Pain pi yonfedKx js no worse than snbstl ptlb s unknown worthless remedy fq Foley Honey and Tar the great cough androld remedy that cures the most obstinate coughs and heals the lungs Cbas C Davis Officialdenial sbeen given in Paris to dispatches emanting from Berlin to the effect that France Great Britain and Russia are about to conclude a formal alliance AoREABLy SURPRISED Many sufferers from rheumatism have been agreeably surprised at the prompt relief afforded by apply Chamberlain sPain Balm It makes sleep and rest possible For sale by Chas C DavisS WILLBUR R SMITHS BUSINESS COLLEGE Successor to Commercial College of Kentucky University Lexington Ky A thourough honored influentia and responsibe college 6500 to gooo has paid for the tuition and board for many young meaand wo men at this College who are now in banks mercantile and other off ices receiving 100 OQ and more a monthWe assist Young men to make a successful careerwe know no other college that can do as much for young men Many have come to this College as Clerks Mechanics and untrained country boys etc who were earn ing 3500 to 3000 per month We trained them to hold and secured for many of them position paying now 75x10 to 300 00 per month Bookkeepers Stenographers and Telegraphers of this Gotleg t have received the best paying positions because they tire the best trained and are worth n5ore to their employ eis R EFERElCE Thousands suc cesssful graduates in 45 States and 10 foreign Countries including 3oc in banks and adwards at two Worlds Expositions INSTRUCTION INDIVIDUALLY im parted enableing one to begin at any lime any dipgfee of advance rant and without examination on entrjaace For illustrated Catalogue Free giving details oCcourses time cost etc address WILRUR R S MJHVPRESIDENT Lttxu oTPlt Ky CONTRAIYrEDIa a fchjcft deyelQpe4 into djptheria yHjen was that the cold had kit little one particular ly susceptabje to the wandering diphtheria germ When Chamberlains Dough Remedy it quickly cnres the cold and lessens the danger of diphtheria or any other germ die sease being contracted For sale by Chas C Da- visCASTOR IA For Infants and ChiHre- nriKWYM Hive Always BwgM Bears the di tnatxraof The officials of the Burley Tobacco were in session lsst week al Winchester Reports from most ol the counties were received Wednesday which portends an early delivery of the tobacco recently purchas led four fifths of the 10 per cent reserve fund accruing from former sales ofthe 1906 crop will be distrib uted at once Money for the recent sales will be disbursed from time tc time as fast as the tobacco can be delivered A banquet was tendered the society by the Winchester Com mercial ClubIThe statement of the London Board of Trade for November shows decreases of 36188000 in imports and 33573 5ooin exports More people are taking Foleys Kidney Remedy every year It ii considered to be tbe most effective remedy for kidney and bladder troubles that medical science can devise Foleys Kidney remedy corrects irregularities builds tip worn out tissues and restores vitality It will male you lostI well and look well Cbas C The National Exchange Bank one of the largest financial institn Lions in Springfield Mo has closed its doors Capt William Marshall Lyons custodian of public buildings at Frankfort died suddenly Monday fine Union Coal Miners of the United States and Canada voted Tuesday for their international officers A DANGEROUS OPERATION is the removal of the appendiz by a surgeon No one who lakes Dr Kings New Life PillS is ever Huh jected this frightful ordeal They wont so quietly you dont feel They cure constipation themI biliousness and malaria Chs C Davitsdrug store belhaugefor the murdej of MaryVrzal was granted a reprieveby Acting Gov Sherman until January 29 John D Archbold vice president of the Standard Oil Company closed his testimony in the Federal suit to dissolve the oil combination THIS is WOUTH READING Leo F Zelinski of 68 Gibson St Buffalo N Y says CI cured tbu most annnoying cold sore I ever hadwith Buckkns Arnica Salve- I appled this salve one a day for two days when every trace of the sore was gone Heals all sores Sold nnder guarantee at Chas C Davis drug store 250 s POSTED We whose names appear below strictly forbid any hunting on our land and will prosecute all violators of same Florence Ponder John Winkler Smith Pruitt J W Moore John Leece J J Smith Simeon Saylor Thomas Burk Alice Moore J C Gibbs J B Chappel W D Livesa J G Frith Tilden Frith Nancy P Smith J J Cook Mts Eli a Cook Gus Staverson Hoarse coughs Hud stuffy colds that may develop into pneumonia over night are quickly cured bf Foleys Honey and Tar as it soothes inflamed membranes heals the lungs and expels the colds from the system Chas C Davis The statemrnt of the New Ycrk Clearing house banks for the past weeir show that the banks hold 2017I7more than the require ments of the 25 per cent reserve rule This is a decrease of 7958 875 in the propoitionate cash re serve at compared with the previous weekFoleys Orino Laxative cuses chronic constipation and stimulates the liver Orino regulates the bowels so they will act naturally and you do not have to take purga tives continuously Chas C Davis Does the BabyThriveIf wrong with its food If the mothers milk doesnt nourish it she needs Scotts Emulsion It supplies the elements of fat requireg for the baby If baby is pot nourishe4 by its artificiaj fgpd t1um it requ- iresSCOTTS EMULSION Half a teaspoonful three or four times a day in its bottle will have the desired effect It seems to leave a magical effect upon babies and children A fiftycent bottle will prove the truth of our statements Send this advertisement together with ease efpaper in which tt appears your address and few cents to cover postage and we wM sod yen a Coaftete Handy Attec aCUte World L SCo1T19owN 49ePeirlStNtwYat jwTVc i T T T T- tT Ii T T i r = hH irll liSIGrAL I l VTSY1ItNKY Dec II 1908 f 1 f n1 o whbryouwnntto cite with SIGNAL 79 F f r aL G 1f fRR Co 4 TIME TABLE 4 22 north 124 p m fe24 north 348 a m 28 south 124 pn 21 South 1220 a m TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Ppstoffice as secondclass mail matter PERSONAL The little l of Mr and Mrs i John Taylor has chicken pox D C Ponder was in Tuesday and announced that he is a candidate for jailer 1Mr and Mrs R L Collier came 1upFriday night to attend the Old Conferencedt A W Stewart was over front afterAsome business matters i MaretburgvisitedI i weekc1Mrand Mrr W S Brannaman were over from Wildie Monday having dental work done Mr S H Martin has his new cottage on West Main completed and ready for occupancy Mr and Mrs J T Gentry are spending a few days with relatives here and atLevel Green Mrs Elizabeth Walden visited the families of her brothers Dr S C and W A B Davis Mr and Mrs J S Edmonds are visiting Mrs Edmonds parents Mr and Mrs L T Welch Dr5 Southard and Lovell have been kept busy for the past day or two vaccinating the young and old Mrs Catron of Lincoln returned to her home Tuesday after a pleas ant visitto her sister Mrs H H Beaty Atty Dan Chenault and J J Wood of Conway spent most of the week here looking after ogre legal matters Mr W J Sparks and daughters Miss Frances and Bess went to Louisville Wednesday for a day or two shopping Everett Mullins son of Mr and iMrs T D MulKns has been verv sick several days with something like chicken pox Misses Lou Coffey and Maud Reynolds of Wildie spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Maggie Hansel on Richmond St Our good friend Mr George Taylor of near Buckeye remains about the same We hope to see Mr Taylor a well man soon John Hysinger and Wade Lives y will reengage in the restauran bnsjness as soon as J T Adams get his pew building completed C L Baugh and Attv Dave JJammock of London were passen gers Wednesdays train enroute to New Mexico to look out locations Mr Baugh is going on account of his wifes health Mrs C C Williams entertained yesteaday afternoon from 3 to 5 oclock in honor of Mrs S L Whitehead of Norton Va De lightful refreshments were served l tz Hon Fontaine Fox Bobb tit will Speak in the Court house at this place promptly at i oclock Mon day on the subject ot stock raising The farmers should try to hear him C B McKenzie one of Mt Ver nons young business men left Tuesday night for Oliver Springs Tenn to accept a position as bootc keeper for a large coal company Mr and Mrs WM Kinley oft Nelson were cajled here this week on ai count of the serious illness of Lf Mrs Kinleys mother Mrs James MeEJ1 rson yhp is b tter at this time Mr and Mrs Holmes returned from their honey moon trip and came on to Mt Vernon Wednes MrsHolmesM PovnterWe to lose from our county that splendid good citizen Mr J W Lee who with his family has located at Blanch Bell county where he has a good position with the Big Hill Coal Cp We certainly wish him wellx r j4 ii m ofIcwn Memorial faculty hat e returned to their homes for ivacation iKi ItI LOCAL Next Workday is Circuit court Agency for the best Tailoring bouse In America jL Taylor Co See J Fish- Several schools of the county close today Among these is the Buckeye school taught by Miss Eva Fish Green suits Green ties Greens and everything else new at Fishs Come inand get posted on the new stylerWm Bullock the clever Hans ford merchant had a good horse badly injured by a fall on the frozen ground Wednesday Rev J G Livingston of Crab Orchard will preach at the Christ ian church at this place next Mon day night Dec 14th Read the display adv of JP E Drummond found on last page This is your opportunity to get the leading magazines at rednced prices Give him something to wear for Xmas We have suspenders and neckwear put up in fancy poxes for Xmas Come and see J Fish The State Commander of the Lidy Maccabees is here assisting in getting the Hive at this place n a working basis again About a dozen new members have been added Bro IA Karr will preach at Maretburg church next Saturday night Sunday and Sunday night subject Saturday night 7th chapter Daniel Sunday morning 20thchapter Revelations and Sun day night The future recognition Notice Those owing usaccounts are earnestly asked to call in at once and settle The first of the year will soon be here ad we want to be ready to start new with the new year This means YOU if you owe us J McKENziE SON We are always glad to have good articles on any of the topics of general interest but sent in on Thursday morning are usually to late and it is impossible to get in such articles All such communications should be sent in not later than Wednesday morning The report is crculatel that Court will be discontinued next week on account of small pox While snch may be the case yet there has been no order to that effect and unless the situation be comes very different from what it is at present the court will go on We call attention to the an nouncement of Mr Daniel C Ponder as a candidate for Jailer which appears in this issue To us Mr Ponder is almost a stranger but those who know him well speak in the very best of terms They pronounce him a truly good- man and citizen in every particular and a man who is afways faithful to every trust Mr Ponder says he has always been a true and loyal republican and that this is the first and only time he has ever asked any recognition at the hand- of the party SMAIX PoxMt Vernon is at las infested with that dreaded disease small pox however it is in a very mild form and those who have it are g ttingal gexceeding1ywell Those reported at this time are W H Brown s entire family S S Daily and Miller McCov Proper precaution is being taken and Drs Southard and Lovell says there need be no special cause for alarm except such as is necces to cause proper precaution in pre venting a spread of the disease Most all are being vaccinatedal here has been no order to that effect The Brown Memorial and Pub ic school because of the short time until Xmas vacation any way have adjourned until after the holidays One Sell Lawrence who hails from near the Bulaski county line credited with having brought the disease to town and we have every QcquisiIhim having a physician examine suspicious sleepLawrence sease so it is reported We regret very much that such is the situation but every precau tion will be taken to prevent the spread and the physicians say there is no reason why business should be effected 11 t f = iifijfa c o Aliet I n Itt 11 i e e e e e te a e tes oo eoeol iDe eeeoo o 30 a e SHOES ARE BETTEIZ SEAR BlA SHOES ARE BEZTEA Nee e fl THAT WILL BE APPRECIATED Ii 1 fev oe 1 t XWhat would be more appropriate for a holiday gift than a Ii I e m pair otar Brand Shoes Shoes can be worn always and a im m i gift of that nature will be appreciated Why not give a pair oflirS tors I U r o 0 anIRays wear in Im mi e Mt Vernon and have J lots of nice things suitable for Xmas presents im u for Men and Boys Ii gii 1 appreciatei im Ie Some see us ft e it hY t t iIf i ii eve ee A A 0 0 r ee e a oeea oe 611eeo eoeeooeseoeoeaoeeeaeeee-e oeveoovsoooo e Hogs are selling allthe x way from 6 to 7 cts Wear Green Hats they are the latest Get em at Fishs This office has just completed a sixteen page joint directory for the Mt Vernon and Brodhead telephone exchanges It was arranged by our local exchange manager Mr James Maret and we believe one of thebest we have ever seen In this issue of the SIGNAL I wish to whisper to the women folks and tell them how I want them to electioneer for Hugh Now when you are all seated around your big bright fire just after supper you say to the men folks as follows Tell them you want them to sure vote for Hugh Tell them be knows how to do the work in the office Tell them he has badex perience in the office Tell them Tellsthem if his friends dont hold him who will Tell them be is one Teltthem they will have better crops by voting for him Tell them their corn will grow better and make more Tell them they will have better wheat Tell them they will have 10 bundles of oatSj where they woulb only have i bundle bj voting for him Tell them their meadows will make more hay by voting for him Tell them there will never be such a drouth as we have had this summer and fall if they will only vote for him Tell them rain will tall wheu it is need ed if they will vote for him Tell them the pigs wont follow at their heels and squeel for slop so bad if they will voteTor him Tellthem the chickens will do bitter and crow louder jiffthfty iUvJt for Hugh So Lies go to worjctodai and talk to yourhusbahd and soar for me Now to the young ladies J would be so glad if you would heir me to win this clerks place You tell your sweethearts if be dons vote for Hugh you can finda fellow that will Scare him up and nine times out of ten it Wilwork like a charm fpj you know he dont wa tto quit coming to see you L ram fours truly HUGH MILrER 4 t i foMT Vm =NONS L AcING CLOTHIER PHONE 77 8eeteeoeoooseseoeoeeoeseoseo There will be a union Xmas tree of all the churches on Xmas eve nighttLet Taylor Tailer you once and Taylor will Tailor you always Fish takes the correct measure See the samples There are on the docket for the coming term of court 58 Equity cases 26 Common law 8 Criminal prosecutions and 71 Misdemeanors The Old Maids Conference which was given at the court house last Friday evening was simply great It was good from first to last and if there was a single person out of the large audience who did not feel that he had got his moneys worth we have him yet to find The ladies about fifteen have worked faithfully for the past three weeks to make the playa success and well may they feel that their efforts were not in vain Quite a number have asked that it be repeated during the holidays and should it be decided to do so we are sure that even a larger crowd than beforewouldwrtnessthe Old Maids in their endeavors to get a man We understand that it will likelv be given at Livingston some time in the near future It is with pleasure that I maker candidacyifor Superintendent of schools I have considered the proposition that confronts me in making this race I have also considered to an extent the problem that would have to deal with should be elected and it is certainly no altogether for personal interest that I enter into this campaign I consider the work of Superintendent no light undertak ing when carried out in a prope- manner r though I feel that to certain degree I am fully prepared for this kind ofworBesides m experience as teacher in the count lad special school work done a Lexington Ky I have completed the four years Normal course at Berea Ky actingas teacher a good portion of the time while in that institution I shall make this race strict y upon my own merits siding wit nojcliques or Hoping to receive your hearty suPpartIa u yours truly TDMC1 DRN N oT r t Rev McCarter State Evangelist began a two weeks series of meetings at the Baptist church j Sunday in conjunction with the 9 pastor Rev A J Pike Prof Willitte of Paris thee noted 9 cornetist of sacred music hasr charge of the music and is making it a most interesting part of the everyw9rniOgI v oclock Isalenow being constructed ty Sparks Davis If these lots are not sold within thirty days no sale will be made fora year at least as the land will ba cultivated For further j partciulars price etc address i F R ASHER OR T N NOEJ Mt Vernon Breathes there a man with deadWho souloi to himself ha My trade of late is geitinjgiiiSad Til try another ten inch ad If MForswell No angel watch the golden stair i To welcome home a millionaire 1J The man who never asks tor tradej By Ideal line or ad displayed worldlyIgainI v X himti paintlightly friends let no rude sound aDisturb his solitude profound i Here let him live in calm repose heaowes himvhisyi lWhThequiet that he loved so well t And that the world may know its loss Place on his grave a wreath of moss 1 hAnd on a stone above Here lies ATchump who wouldntadver tise iL i yt- j ee 0 Ne THE J 9 iig SHOE e e For Men SGee er ooi 1 Fi I SALE HiFOR ONE MONTH ONLY TWILL OFFER FOR SALE AT t t COSTv AND LcipThanCostl all goods which went through the fire tThese goods are not damaged either by fife or water andare as good as the f day I received theme are offering sound goods at fire prices Come in and examing them and get a bargain for cash GT iOfl1SON7iP- honeL 98 Opposite ConrtHouse C i il i I TvTL 3 i ht I1 111TT1 j ic c = t7 n i fr IJsefChrWrnas Giffs fJ Vf t l vi gtomost frequently answered Let us suggest an ans Q weiv Your Christmas present must be attractive 1 beautiful if possieand certainly pleasing i years subscription to some Magazine would rj jA attractive and pleasing Ladies Home Journal 150 AI lr QBroadwayRice Review andone pattern 150 f S- 150DelhieatorSt Nicholas for children 285 5 A nice Xmas card will be sent to person designate r- jf with your name r jiIi LIVINGSTON ICY JI I 3 M M = t UNDB TAKBIS I UOuris unexcelled Handmade Coffinsfurnished Hearse sent to all parts of i the county ffllAll Orders by Wire Promptly Filled II W A COX Phone 94S MT VERNON KY I t = = nntnnntnntnnnt tnntnntnnnntntntnnntnt I CUT PRICES= FOR THE NEXT CO DAYS I WILL SELL Shoes Hats Clothing 2 E Dry Goods and Notions At Lower Prices than has been offered before = I t Come and get your share of these Bargains JmJfl =ij E Santa Clause is Coming = with presents for the children I J JI STOKES On mast Pork Skeggs Creek Three miles South of Mt Vernon E P S Remember that in connection we have a gener ial blacksmith shop Wagon making and repairing a =specialty 1LLLLLLU1ULLliLLLLLULULLU- LI 11111111111111111111111111111111111 = c r BARGAiZIiI IN EVERYTHING AT ii iC11 Hiatts Bargain Store I Come andsee what you can do for I cashor produce I Lookout for Santa Clause Me is coming 1 A C HIATTz rit JHIATT5 KENTUCKY5 f = fu J Ji h Gohvieifince of t the Savings Account 1 Ma persons keep their money here as a permanent in 1vestment because the risk of loaning to individuals avoid it i ed As an investment you can compute the net returns accu rately Small amounts may be added at any time A savings t account otter a profitable mews to realize on funds that are v f idle awaiting investment Vou may withdriiv a part or the entire amount at any time With a determination to save you f eahvayswehOthehere r Why not lend your money to the baink As borrowers we stand ready to receive such amounts jfluregQlarwill call at the bank 1 r jjf THE BANK OF ilT VERNON v I + MT VERNON INCORPORATED l iT1 KYAO i f I K w I ShERiFFS SALE FOR TAXES or one of my deputieswill of IIfor sale at the front door of the l House in Mt Vernon on Monday Dec 28th 1996 being county court the following tracts oIandiortaxes for the year 1908 R1 McFERRON Sheriff Rockcastle County DISTRICT No i Buckner Y C 23 acres adjoining John Lunce tax andcost34JCarpenter Wilson 30 acres adjoining J C Johnson txI IaudMink Luc one town lot in Mt Vernon 3 56 DISTRICT No3 ft Bullin Jane 133 acres adIjoining Ely Coffey tax rc 5 561 Doyle James heirs 220 f acres adjoining Rube ViI 1 mot tax and cost 7 63 f Dobbs Agnes 50 acres ad jqining J J Wren taX- and cost 303 Isaacs John n O adjoin ing Geo Rodger 4 67 Richardson heirs one town x lot at Conway tax and 7 cost 2 50n s DIST No 4 Richardson James 100 acres adjoining Walter J Abrams 4 56 Lesley Chas 200 acres in adjoining Henry Hamlin tax- and cost 5 59 Smith W B n r 400 acres adjoining Henry Ham lin tax and costit 64 J D n r 10 Willis Shears 1Thomas 2 53 DIST No 5 i Soloman John W 70 acrs adjoing Caul Hail tax and cost 660 3Baker Harden 40 acres 3 adjoining Wm Durham tax J3 andcost3 06 3 Baker Robert 75 acres ad 3 joining Lum Cbappel tax a- ndcost42 04 2 Lain James 100 acres ad 3 joining Walter Abrams t- axandcost93 15 3 Morris W F 75 acres tax 3 and cost4 45 3 Di5T No6 3 Miller Geo 50 acres ad 2 joining G L Mullins 3 65 3 DISTRICT NO7 3 Sullivan J An r 320 3 acres adjoining B Moore 3 tax and cost u r I 341 3 Allen Phil T n r 360 2 acres adjoining Jasper Dur 3 ham tax and cost 17 21 3 Cash Mat 30 acres adjoin 2 ing Sam Sams for the years 2 19060708 tax and cost 6 04 V Elmore E S n r one town lot in Livingston tax and cost 4 56 Hocker JC n r one town lot in Livingston tax and cost 9 65 Mullins Heirs 360 acres adjoining Elisha Mullins tax and cost 525 Jewel John n r one town lot in Livingston 3 o5 Preston Geo at one town lot in Livingston tax Iand cost 4 54 Rich W H 120 acres ad joining R L Payne tax and cost 567 Scott Jas 2 acres adjoining Same Jones tax aud cost 4 14 Chadw U W Mnr 25 acres adjoining Joseph Sambrooks tax and cost 3 03 DISTRICT NoR Bussel Heirs 100 acres adjoining P French tax and cost 5 57 Haes Mary D n r6o actes adjoining Jasper Mc Graw tax and cost 4 06 Johnson R M 50 acres adjoining G W Decker tax and cost vs 20 Kinly W J 50 acres ad Lovingsr 776- Mi7e Humphry n r 50 acres adjoining J L Cooper ax andcostuiu2Rogers John nry6o 521 adjoining GW Decker for the year jSoj 08tax and cost u 3 52 Taylor Daniel nr 75 acres adjoining W M Nlc tax andley cost u3 02 DISTRICT No 9 Dowel M G n r 35 acres adjoining Brent Brown tax and cost vv 5 70 DICT No jo vCasteel James heirs 75 a adjoining WraJleynold tax and cost iv 3 57 Lawrence heirs 35 acres ad joining Alf Owons tax ard cost 00 Iacresadioining tax aiid cost 3 57 Smith W B nrToooacr adjoining Jeff Aoberly tax andcost 2i QI 4lisNoijPerry Thomas 40 acres joining Jack Abney tax adIcost Scott W C tie acres ad- jiiiiiIgJohu W Chasteen tax and cost 1666 LISTIBronston Henry ur 70 acres tax andcost2 80 MRS McRANEYS EXPERIKNCK Mrs M McRaney r r ntss Miss wri1 SUl confined to my bed for three months with kidney atd bladder trouble and way trated by two physicians but failed to get relief No human tongue can tell uphopebegan taking Foleys Kidney Rem e dy After taking two bottles I felt like a new person and feel it my duty totell suffering women what Foleys Kidi ey Remedy did forme Chas C Davis Haytislalst revolution continues to thrive since the redudation last week by the people of Port au Prince of President Nord Alexis and his narrow escape from violence at their hands oy fiight to impossibleII the island A PERSONAL APPEAL If we could talk to you personal ly about the great merits of Foleys honey and Tar for coughs colds and lung troubles you never could be induced to experiment with un known preparations that may contain some harmful drugs Foleys Honey and Tar costs you no more and has a record of forty years of cures Chas C Davis I WomenI sufferers should use DONT let yourself to be miserable Why suffer from severe head aches have fainting spells and be Your liver needs attention Try Herbine the great liver regulator lURES Constipation Bilious ness Chills and Fever and al Liver Complaints Mrs E C Morrison Hens on Tonas writes I have aifiercclf or years from severe headaches dizziness and fainting spells I received no reliefuntil Itried Herbine and was completely cured Iuse it always PRICE SOc Ballard Snow Liniment Co r ST LOUIS MISSOURI EL i 71 Reromniended by CHAS C DAVIS VVHITES Jrearn Vermifuge THE GUARANTEEI WORM REMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TONIC OP THE BallardSnow Liniment Co mr LOUIS MO ChasC Davis 0HI HD Laxative fruitMoJ Pleasant to iak Thenpw laxative Does root gripe or nauseate Cures stomach and liver t troubles and chronic con t stipation by restoring the natural action ofthe stom t ach liver and So jv els tuWitltItutH Pisoeo Soldby Ch as C Davis NEWS ITEMS I Reprisjniative Champ Clark of Missouri wue chosen minority leader of the Hoise Falurdaj night at a caucus of the Dempcrrtic members of that body H w as placed in nomination by John Sharp Williams his predecessor Liquor legislation past and prospective and the trend cf popular sentiment in the direction of sentiment in the direction of prohibition was discussed by tbel National Liquor League at isI sxtecnth annual contention in Washington on Tuesday and the- N W York Stats hotelmen who met in New Y irk Citon le j following day were likely to have said subject something on the same A clash between a probation offi cer and a party of street preachers in KmsJs C ty developed into a general fight between the fana c anda party of officers Before the battles was ended one patrol and a little girl was killed John Sharp a preacher known as Adam God1 and two other policemen were fatallywounded and a brob tion officer and a policeman slightly hurt About TOO shots were a ed during the affray whtch occurred in front of the rity hall MARKED FOR DEATH Three years ago I was marked tor death A grave yard cough was tearing my lungs to pieces Doctor failed to help me and hope had fled when my husband got Dr Kings New Discovery says Mrs A C Williams of Bac Ky The firist dose helped me and improement kept on until I had gained 58 pounds in flesh and my health fully restored This medicine holds the worlds1 healing record for coughs and colds i and lung and throat diseases It j prevents pneumonia Sold under guarantee at Chs U Davis drug store soc and ioo TriLl bottle free Kentucky game laws were pronounced ineffective and useless at i meeting of sportsmen held in Louisville Monday night An organization looking to more satisfactory laws in projected WHEN TO GO HONE From the Bluffton Iud Banner When tired out go home Whet you want consolation go home When you want fun go home When you want to show others thaiI you haue reformed go home and let your family get acquaintedwith- the fact When you want to showt Iidoextra go and practice it on your wife and children first When you to shine withextra brilliancy go hcme and light up the whole household To which we would add when vou have a bad cold go home and take Ehamberlains Cough Remedy and byChao t R W DYOHErir D B K v MT VERNON KY Office in the J T Adams brick All Work Guaranteed Satisfac tory Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty jrodhead Marble Work BODHEAD KY Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents for Iron Fence D BATBRIGHT Manager M Ils MYERS = Dentisti At Residence on Old Main Street MT VERNON KY Work guaranteed C C Williams ATTORNEYATLAWMT eOFFICE On and floor o DheBanfcpfMt Vernon on Church rtreet SReck attention given cpjlectioiPhon 8h jo McCLf Y Jndcrtaker Embalmer amplete LINE of Robes CaskPl11 Ondgis by Telephone attend ed promptly T Stanford Ky sss Sw5K55S5Sc5wc 55 5 IS55 CASTORIA The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been in use for over 3O years has borne the signature of d9 and Juts been made under his per sonal supervision since its infancy Allow no one todeceive you in this AU Counterfeits Imitations and Jiistasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Custom 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 Diarrhoea 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 ALW- AYSatAh e Signature of 6 The Kind You to Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years i WINTER GOODS When you want good Shoes or good Clothingremember we are headquarters for the best Badshoes cause wet feetJand wet feet brings on pneumonia Buy your shoes of us and avoid this trouble and danger McKENZIE fe SON Phone 93 c3c X3 ccIccc31 The New Store Go to Carmicals for Fresh Oysters Coconuts Grapeniits PineApples Cocoa Table Jelly Prunes Figs Raisons Shreaded Wheat Evaporated Pairs Ice Cream JellO Baked l Beans kinds Beefsteak and Meats of all i All goods delivered in town When you lwant groceries call Phone 561 tN CARMICAL COidoor to Bank of Mt Vernon Mt Vernon ccc- T Pi Every Month writes Mrs E Fouruier of Lake Charles La I used to suffer from headache backache side ache pressingdown pains and could hardly walk At last I took Cardui and now Ifeel good all the time TAKE IiRUUIIt Cardui is a medicine that has been found to act 6trengthningcause their work is too hard for them It is not a pain killer but a true female remedy composed of purely vegetable ingredients perfectly harmless and recommended for all sick wo men old or young Try Cardui Womens Relief A ALL DETO STORES I 4