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I J IPukhshed Every- jI jFriday I VOLUME a f 7 it5XXIIVERNON COUNTY KY FRIDAY JAN1 1809 N12M j Tii 1u 0l d 1O8 IN 1 HISTORY A Brief but Comprehensive Review of the Tendenciesrof the Year Past For Busy Readers Who Want r to Be Well Informed By EDWIN S POTTER Editor Universal News Analysis Despite the Depression Republicans Retain Control Looking now calmly and dispassion ately back across the field of conflict ing interests and balancing forces which shaped the American presiden hal fflflpfgfl of 1908 one incontest able conclusion forces itself on the open mind It is that a majority of the people became convinced in one way or another that if Is better lear the evils that they have than to fly to others that they know not ofIanti to give the trust regulating poll eies of President Roosevelt a longer and fairer trial in the hands of his favorite adviser William Howard JTafr How the people became so minded is a question to which no an V fItl can bo found to suit all kinds of artisans The salient facts can how fever5 be recounted briefly and with historical impartiality On Jan 31 Was issued the challenge Of the dominant personality and offi cial of the party in power which was to determine in many ways the plans of battle of the different parties for the capture of the American electorate namely the message of President TUHSfivelt to congress advocating his program of radical legislation 4i On June 16 at Chicago the itepubtic ganvgQi together They cheered foitjr when Chairman Lodge eulo jtSized the president jud se tnddIth-ej Taft contestants The thoroughness of lu6jr v Ktli ni caused It to be described as the iidmiuistration steam roller jf which Frank II Hitchcock was the engineer The only fight was on the jtburt injunction plank Samuel Goin vperjj head of the AF of L and other Bonders of organized labor confronted with numerous court decisions unfit vorable to their methods and facing njvorkersvopen for the partywhose labor plank suited them best Despite the Varn hugs of the Oompers cabinet before the platform committee the plunk final ly adopted at Chicago was not to their liking Vita Cleave Cannon Crane mid other Itepubliean leaders insisted upcm upholding the integrity of the courts bUt assorting that thr rules of injunction procedure be more accu rately defined by statute and that ni injunction should Issue without tile no tice except where irreparable ii jurj would icsult from delay William n Taft of Ohio was nominated for pvesL ient on the first ballot and JaueS Jsherman of New York fQr vice pres thit OnJnly 7 nt Denver the national con vention of the Democrat parfj as sembled with the knowledge that an overwhelming majority of its delegates were pledged to the nomination ofWH Ham J Bryan of Nebraska Tile big gathering broke jiH records for contiuu ouscheering when the blind Oklahoma senator Gore eulogized the Nebraskan fhe demonstration lasting eightyseven minutes Bryan was nominated on the first ballot although the names of Johnson and Gray were presented John W Kern of Indiana with the rap provaljpif Bryan was named for second place As In the R puhJl1H convention tlie main contest lund to do with the word lug of the iijjunctlonor labor plank ot the platform Cioiapers was present and cave his assent to the plank finally agreed upon While asserting that the courts of justice are the bulwark of our liberty it demanded a modifica lroidedirect contempt It declared against treating labor organizations as illegal combinations In restraint of trade fa vored the eight hour day and promised a general employers liability law Bryan at once Induced his executive committee to say that it would reject all corporate gifts would limit Individ ual donations to 10000 and would publish on Oct 15 and daily thereafter the names of givers oflOQ and tip iward The final total published after4 75000con1tributors to work under the New publish names and jitors after the election Their funds totaled 1055818 tJFrank H Hitchcock who had engi neered the Tart canvass was chosen chairman of the Republican national committee and George IL Sheldon wns made treasurer TheDemocrats elecj- v ed Norman JLMack theBufTalo new s paper proprietor n8 their national chairman and Governor Haskell of0k lahoaia as holder l lhe purse Whel 4 Treasurer iHaskell resigned his place J q8C Jaiarathtj Lt 3 JUa j elt r v 5 iitT r J i v t Ivnu I ROOKOASTLE Important YorkllJwandI was filled by HerinauIIIMacr editor of the New York StaatsXeituugr July 2S at iuuciihuiutfitft delivered his speech of acciijitaiice lie raudj accepted the roIotfmetoo by de feuding the RpOseyltpoJcies Jn their eutIret andcxpIaiulifhat wbrli If elected wouldidie iotcjirryon thoite reforms in detail s Aug 12llt LincU1i4NiI Bryan was notified of his nouimtiutand Bounded the keynote qtIiicattiiaiguu in lh qucstioq baljhj lItirnIC In subsequent speetihchepgave great prouiineace to thejuiink guaranty plan to the popular elet0h fenatoits and to campaign puliH yfrberbrei election He made a SEecJa J1or the labor vote on the njuIlUon plank He would destroy aJMusts controlling over 50 per cent uusttj Regarding the deprjsIon as the be ginning of the breagKijvn of the capitalist systemand ming the army of idle worlcersasjHc 1i WSet the So cialists of Amerlcaj viit into the cam paign with betteryjtiis than ever before On May1OljeSocialist convention met at QfilSago For the first time the Soclali t lv QtAmerica af firmed their positionionjspeclfic ques tions of policy Tlie cpnvent5on nom inated on the firsttbiiI t unanimously Eugene V Debs fOfipresldeutan Ben jamin Hanford fqr y president the same ticket put r TJy the Socialists in 1904 V The ProhibitionistSjrcpnscious of the great strides theirivSiuse had made on the local option issuIu many states nominated Eugenef pnaflii of Illi nois and Aaron S Watkins of Ohio July 13 at ColumbusK on a platform containing mariy nulical proposals besides tl1atnSins7 fethe sale or manufacture On July at Cbicathe first na tional convention pf ihjludepeadenec party outgrowth l organ ized by Editor Henr4n13ined Thomas L Hisgen of Massachusetts and John Temple Graves of G rgion a pUtt form containing most ofltiuo radical Ideas of the Deraocratsand some more radical Opposition to Bryan Wtls Its keynote V TIle Peoples party April 8 at St Louis again named Thomas E Watson of Georgia as its standard bearer along with S W Wllllairi f Jndfiimv al though it not put a ticket up In all of the states On Sept 15 at ColumbusrO Hearst stirred up the hitherto calm current of the campaign by reading1 into his speech tile fitstlJcton Aeries of delters which ca JJf11o tbe panyandViltivities of various imbue Wc notably Forakerr Builey MacLiVtitiu Slnley certain PennsylvaniU udges and ex Governor Stone who urged to ap point them Most ofpthe loiters were written by Vice President Arehbold ol the trust and contained divers certif cates of deposit for large sums of money At the same2UQ1e Hearst re petted the story of theialleged attempt to bribe former Attorney General Mon n11ocrnhcwas nc pr ji branch of the Standartl Foraker egnlI once withdrew from the canipalgi the president issued a hot statement condemning the Ohioan and gave out an old letter showing how Taft hal refused to deal with Foraker then 1tm pared this course to that Of Bryaniand Haskell Bryan replied acInnndingft hearIng for Ilaskcll and hen ehsiieda bitter verbal duel on grspnal and party Issues Haskeli resigned but i nulPont tfaftnames of contributors tiefdre electiotj would be to Invite unfair ami partisan criticism of candidates ff- Gompers appealed tp iall unlgnin the A F ofL to give mqrafaiid lana clal support to Bryan SpfcakerXJaunon was the special target of tiziGornpera battery and CaimonJsur beejino JJt national issue many caudldatasif t congress being pledged agains Qdunoii Its tho next speaker On Nov 3 the voters of the nations had their say The extent of fthe fle publican victory can be bestreinirP ib red by tue statement that Taft ni fled every state that Roosevelt YdjpfiJ 1904 except Nebraska Colorado and Nevada Furthermore Taft Inv dtrc tile solid south with small plurallffe in JMaryland and Missouri andi large gains in other southern states glpopular vote stood Taft 7fi377G Bryan G3931S2 Debs 447Ci510hafiriv 1 mcrrnu Ot 1Ort TUnf Sl1 totil11JS52230rnory Harmoi1 In Ohio Marsiialiin ln diana and Johnson in lnnnsot Taflt paptured the Democratic stropghbld pf jfew York city The Republicarirma otr fly in congress was reduced to i7 the total being 219 and the o1iPffi cratic 172 The senates Republican complexion was unchanged X iThe early months of the long espjon of congress were devoted chIeflyto4he i9fameasure finally went throughtheenV tate Mar 1i 28 despite the alt lilgnlf ilf buster of La FoIlettCi to propltjfate whom the railroad bond featur hnd been cut out La Follette nanied dn oligarchy of fourteen wealtliy tujpH who he said actually ruled fiena tlonv The Vreeland bill ln wBich Tearing house associations were mage tbWnscompromise between that and rIcIi bills with provision fo IIcomnmissIfiui to report on perl13t j forms was adopted by bothl and signed by the president Binder the preimlulentsiirothngjiE A I ontinuedoniounh p tio o X theT4 AhHfel tl f DUO D REA D Dr OO Stone has returned from a thr e weeks stay in Virginia andlTennessee7MiS5tkSs spent several das here with Miss Inilater part of last week Mr and Mrs Spraule and children of Paris spent a portionoflast week in WilHniM uK and oi thei- rr urn honie stopped off here for a few oas to seeMr and Mrs F Futiicisjco is IMihas returned to her home in Lincoln county after a three vetks say here the guest of Mu Carrie Frith Your humble t servant hd thflilmlr as well as the pleasure ofe un g turkey on Christmas with our good friend H a Tharp Covers reaid ft r eight and the enuewas fine Certainly glad to have beep there Henry andalt I wmtto return is just hint ofan invitataion Miss Emma Tatum of Rt leys is visiting friends and relatives here Miss Elizabeth Tharp will leave Sunday for a two weeks stay In Danville as the guests of Misses Georgia and Elizabeth Vermillion Ro Minks of Moreland spent Xmas here with his cousin Miss Beitve Hicks Misses Susie Ethel and John Eva Hilton of Stanford were the guest of their aunt Mrs Susie B Cherry during the hollidays Walter Miller ofLeba non Junction is spending a fev lays with his family here R Wilmottand John r Pike were up from Lebanon Junction and spent a portion of the week hereMrs Emerson Rice of Lebanon Jet was here during tile holidays to see hetI lather and mother Mr nd G E iPainter v Miss Ada Weslev of Liberty is spendiqg grandmnthtr lewiyeeKs4wih hifJ Mrs M S Durham RevS and Mrs C C Wilsonsare visiting in Lncoln county this weekLr O 0 Store attended the Leap Year dance at the Crab Orchard springs Wednesday night Miss 0 irrie Cramof Lexington is the charming visitor of Mrs J W TateW T Brooks came up from Brooks Station to spend Xmas with his family hereQuite a crowd from Mt Vernon witnessed Josiah Perkis Courtship at the opera house Christmasnight among them were Mr and Mrs 0 D Sutton Misses Eva Fish Jennie Davis Montye Martin Messrs Burdette and Willis McKenzie Jno Pith Tucker Bowling Willie McEee Jas Beaty F L Thompson Jr Robert Harry Miller O V Jarrett Cha C Davis and others Mr and Mrs Robert Hicks and children or Copper Creek spent the holidays with Rev and Mrs A J PikeGeorge M Frith ard Frank McClary are at home from Berea to spend XmasMrs Susie B Cherry is visiting her sister Mrs Harry Hilton at Sanford Miss Bettye Hicks spent Saturday andSunday with M iss Jennie Davis aX Mt Vernon r Miss Matte Wilmott is at home from Williamsburg where she has beenatschoolO G Wilmott of noxville Tenn B R Willmott Of Lebanon Junction Ky R G w illmptt of Nepton Ky Mr and Mrs G W Brooks and Miss Mattie Wilott of Williamsburg Mrs Arch Bro nand children of orbin R L Slatbr Miss Liza Yaprer and Mr Thomas McRoberts if Indiana were among the ones who were very royal entertained yMrs ME WJlmottduringtbe holidayThos McRoberts of Indiana is here for a few days the guests of his sister Mrs G- PtIthThe post office was moved stoday jl its new quarters on Main Str and it is one any town should Q proud of and Postmaster Robins jkohe ngTatulat don his efforts taplease the people icirlu1 ndlinK ttJnyeSamsbusiriess in our town +At the I annual elcection of hfStersot Brodhead Lodge No 566 npyiSt A Al Iast Saturday the fpllbVinff rswere elected p5HWE Gravley Master f Fred Lr 1 Durham Senior Worden jJuiiantBbrders Junior Wcrden tM HiattSecv J Thomas Cherry reasblvan Borders t Senior 4fij Oeacon MB Bowline juriibr peacon vJofiti Sigman Tyler T Sunday school entertainment iF EDWARD R GENTRY Whose announcement as a candidate for Superintendent of Schools ap pears in this issue QIashe is familiarly called is one of Rcckcas ties very brightest young men and is recognized as one of the countys best teachers 7S 7 V nn at the Chiistian church on Xmas Eve night The pMavat opera bouse by Brodhead Dramatic Club on andlheb ic lterfwrel1IOrus Bovvers havea 1lrs S urday JanQ 1909 She sale i cojvand a bi Jotof1 f hbuseholdand kitchen iuruitnre Inimedeately after the sale she will leave for Oklahoma We notice the Quail correspondent is fighting Rural Free Delivery of mail and we can assure you that be has never lived on a rural route or he would be a hearty supporter of R F Ds He says they will get their mail a day later which is a mistake Howmany people at Quail get tbimail five days late why a gooily number of them A man woman or child who would not favor R F D must either live in a town or city Is it not better to have your mail deliveredat your door daily than to have to go to the pest office whkh is four miles away through the mudand rain Come agari Quail An earthquake has caused heavy loss of lite and widespread destruct Jon of property in Southwestern Italy The city of Messina has been almost destroyed and Cantania was overwhelmed by a tidal wave The gravest news also has been from the province of Reggio where the earthquake wrought great havoc Details however are lacking EASY TO MIX THIS What will apbear very interesting to many people here is the article taken from a NewYork daily paper giving a simple prescription which is said to be positive rem edy for backache or kidney or bladder derangement if taken be fore the stage of Brights disease Fluid Extract Dandelion one halfounce Compound Karg none ouace CompoundSyrup of Sarsa parilla three ounce Shake well in spoonfuldctime A well known druggist here at home when aSKed regarding this prescription stated that the in gredients are all harmless and can be obtained at asmall cost from any good pharmacy or the mixture would be put up if asked to do so He further stated that while this prescription is often prescriedin rheutnatio afflictions with splendid results he could see no reason why it would not be a splendidremedy for kidney and urinary troubles and backache as it has a peculiar action upon the kidney structiie cleansing these nost important or gans and helping them tosift and filter fom the blopd the foul acids and waste matter which cause sickness and suffering Those of our readers who suffer can make no misiake by giving it a tria Sold bo Chas C Davis O STQRAoBea a ty KlcatlavaAlwzysBouglt- re e a 4 IJJEVEL GREEN c Christmas passed ofFquietjy here everyone seemingly eujoyed them selves but there are none of us grateful as we should be to an las Providence tor giving us com fort and allowing the many i t tle es we enjoy from one year to another Miss Vira De Board of this place and Lafayette AndcrTiin of Wildie were married at the home of the bride Thursday last RevS D i R Gentryoift iatipJ Miss DeBord was one ofthe countys foremost inIthat calling tor nine years Mr Anderkin is one of Rockcastles noble young men and all who know him speak in the highest terms ofI his gentlemanly inanjpers and thai acter They will reside at Level Green this winter Here is hoping that their fnture will be happy prosperous and contented R L Brown of Somerset spent Xmas holidays with home folk3L 2 this place ThejChristian chub at thirplace bas secured Jtlie serIof Rev John Todd of Wood tock for the enstyng yibar Tbe Rev Todd is an able clentious mInister apd ever one are glad towelcome him as their leader Mr Woodby who moved to Lafollette Tenn last spriughas re turned to the Hamlin fattnVni- am j J Brown purchased from Chas Herrin a milch cow for 2500 Bill has moved to Egypt his old toIrs not be molested by the h ool of the owl or the trains of the nigihKn gale The farmersof this com mu nity are taking advantage of the beautiful Weather and preparing corn ground and buildiug fences Granville Hurst son of William Hurst who has been confined to S his bed for several weeks from if pneumonia isyrn proving and 11- 15physithtisas he will soon beoutc Mrs Nancy Owens of Liuiugston is visiting her m6tberr Aunt7ent nie Todd of this place j Christmas was celebrated at the Chaffifcl by a nice Xinas rel and appropriate recitations by the child ren Mr DanjBrown ofMisspurf bnt formally ofthis county is visit ing relatives and friends at this placek 2 WISE COtlNCIl FROM TiESOIJTFI dIvback and kidtfey Irpuble1 says ji t R Bjankenshipr of Beck TEnnr I have proved to ant absolute certainty that Electrc Bitters will pos itielycure this distressing cphdi tion The ffrst bottle gave me treat moreIuretr recommond thfs retil dY1 QOh1sJblDavl r tr I a it I C s I7 JS 3 io r pA 7 xr UQ BAKEI4 Pres M B SALIN CASHIER P 1JCImJR rV pros F L THOMPSON JR AS R rEfIEATJ Vei s JtimiE L W BEH RUMtJA neyit p CAPITAL 2000000 ft VERNON KY DEC 5 laps vi DearSh xf f tit r w M l The Peoples Bank viiicli has been doing a verysuc capitalizecla120O0000 J0T It has erected wi w building on Main Street of Mt Vernon ft that is by fay the be ta1dmstomm9dious building in theio L town rto say nothing l Ci The lioldei Qk hex sthAkiu tlik Bank are all citizens vj of this comity a c considered among the leading busf1f r ness men ofEastern Kentf lirrfll Directors are all meitJfe of sterling business qualine tions and unquestioned l and integrity V honestYl rNeWIU have out opiiing in the new building alt 1903 and you are hereby extended cordial invitation to be with u on that day rind it would be gratifying to thfc ofi yg rf eelS of the institution if you could make it convenient to depositcn CL and be with usatthiSiOjpening see our new building and Sp9nd ppiai1t diy Wining yotia merry Christmas and a happy and pros perous new eariW are Very respeatlully yours d PEOPLES BANK c4 By Prt BAKER Presr ccjc- Is nUjm nmmmmmmmttISnjmmmmmmmmmmm AT1YERNflN D BET DO PRaGTIGAb 3 W1DERTIKERSIS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EIBLE1S = MU Vernon Ky 3 CtbUCH RHETALIC CASKETS Coffins and Robes i d Ernijalintn will have cliarge otthatine J k dTKfbr the company M vre w vabtaflpointsL AB FRilHWH KRUEGER Pnone Proprietors 1UUUU11U UUUHUUUUH1UU IUUfUU1UIUI1 HllU1U 1UU vt F The OM Reliable Irv C Most aiiy Drug dr Patent Medicine you EeetcI ell 3fl ill the SIGNAL cnn be found at fiFO RBLIABLE nI strDrug jtOle In the count v f S11 C DAVIS j ir South Side Main Street I MT VERNON Y IH i i c 1kOur line of Couch Uask ts is nexcellecT naud IIml Cofllnmifui rnshkt Hearse sent to all t s oJtl the county tf iiAII Orders by Wire PrOmptly Filled ViA ILLPhone 94S Ml VERNON KY- It 7 4 s vSliltlk cjtg lGonvenienqfeM the Saving Ii g T Maayper4ousrJceep their money here a S y vLvi vestmont because the risk bf loaning lorn ted As an investment jrou can comput ra ely Snuallamnotimits may be addc aCcoiyit offers a profitable means lidle awaitlfig invest inent Yoj entire amoflnt at any time are always welu ne hero bank As bOltowefj n as you can save from larrate of interest 01 i you will call at the b THEBAIOTc7 t1I- tt rck Nathariiel Butler tally burntlat Wi iryitig tkrLre tbt hcaiight iiwWr 1 r1 J it 7 2 Ii r t IIrIIIo Wa1k O erfor Men These Shoes walkover all They have no equal None as good 35O and 4OO r BotiAmerican IadytThese comfort more styletand and 3 I V pf3 IJ i 1 I fl r r V 3oe3ea Y RUBBERS fi If I I ill h Ii RUBBERS I 3 xcJc3 I L L I L For Men Women and Children r y We have only the best To buy them saves you from sickness To them from us saves you money i iiit J 2 L5ji V k j f 1111t TII it i- jc We sell the best Come buy your Christmas Suit from us arid then you are sure of the latest and styles We buy only the best madeup clotheg on the market and buy mem right and sell them right Come us a look we have the clothing of the town 4 FIKRUEiERSONsegt I ii rpF MT VERNON SIGNAL a FRIDAY Jan 1 1909 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT ISUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on application iMEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATIO r THIS country has about onefourth ot the aggregate foreign tade of the South Republics In the year 1907 it aggregated 8100000 ooo Kurope gets threefourths of this trade Mr Barrett chief of the Bureau of American Republics suggests that in order to compete withEurope we must establish better mail and passenger service on both Atlantic and Pacific sides as well as to secure interbanking li ties and send as commercial lers refined and tactful men an speak Spanish fluently tno doubt well and in fact We out Mr Barrett has dicate tbemost import ich will be the repeal navigation and tar to expect to sell refuse to buy trans ada n t 3rt r a rhrv ADDITIONAL LOCALS Cox Bros have begun clearing away the debris from their recent fire and will begin at once the erection of a handsome two story brick business hous- eNoticeThoseowing us accounts are earnestly asked to call m at once and settle The first ot the year will soon be here and we want to be ready to start new with the new year This means vou if you owe us McKENziE SON INOTlCEI am agent for formerly represen t jed by C D Sutton So leave your laundry at J T Adams store for first class work W G McBEE Agent Dauville Steam Laundry LOTS FOR SALEWe hive 10I nice building lots which wewill ofi fer for sale for the next j n1WestMaIDtbe opened connecting with sLang don street and ruoDingIthrough to Sparks Davis street leaving 8 lots in out square For further particulars call on F R ASHER OR T N NOE- NOTICEThe second term of our school will open January 4th in school building Special attention given those preparing for teachers examination A number of teachers have already been en rolled Our school has never bad an applicant to fail or make a third class For term board etc Ito Miss IDA MAV APAMS applyI Mt Vernon SUBSCRIBERS HELP TELEPHONE SERVICE BY READING ANPIOBSERVING RULES While telephone men know how great an improvement service can be effected by the intelligent cooperation of subscribers the average telephone user is indiffer eat to tbs subject which so closely ik hls own interests The- ng from Tele contains many valuable k anners at the telephone as elsewhere Let the first fe want our moneys s nut good raaaners e than our moneys stance by using thee minutes or longer Je conversation Il spur duty to the mot t TJ r r r operator Let us not forget to be kind and considerate Answering thousands of calls a day for all kinds of people Their work is exacting monotonus and nerve racking Some women are very im patient with them and some men use rough language to them over the telephone Would you believe it When asking for a number speak each figure seperate like five one three instead of five thirteen When the called party answers tell vour name He has noother way of knowing who you ere unless he is familiar with your voiceRemember to ring off when through talking It is a great help to the operator Yes and bear in mind not to talk longer than two minutesIbeing long enough for good manners The other party may duty very important to attend to just then If you talk longer than three minutes on some lines vou will be charged extra timeWhen the telephone rings answer by speaking your name farm residence or store thus Mrs or Mr Jones Jones Farm Jones Residence or Jones Grocery Sl whichever the case may be eliminating all the Hellos or whos this cWe can readily comprehend the advantage of this for almost im mediately the parties are ready for conversation Talk directly into the transmitter distinctly Do not speak too loudly nor too low r is very annoing to the one listening QUARTERLY REPORT Of the Citizens Ban qfrbusiness on t13e 3 t41YQt Qecenjbei 1908 RESOURCpi Loans and discounts 3J Q4532 Overdrafts secured 32047 pue from NJltiottk alBwikV 1868548 Due from State 2068548 Banks and Bankers 200000 L Banking house 325000rSpecie 1076 24l Currency 2500004 357624 Furniture jandfixtures 248550 Total 16136301 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in iii cash 1500000 Surplus funds 75000 Undivided profits r 151026 subecttochkonSvhlch 5 o rv i Timeacertofdepen41 ckI i3 7r11fM t5u i i6 Shoes have more more wear for f less money than any other shoe on the market t S3OO O We have a rain of American Lady Shoes in our show window that are worth O We do not want to sell this shoe but come in and ask to see them jii r I buy fj anc correct fi give store c American Danville public clipped havesome SUPPUMENT ARY Highest amount of indebtedness of any stockholder person company or firm in eluding in the liability of the company or firm the liability of the individual members thereof directly or indirectly if such indebtedness exceeds 20 per cent of capital stock actually paid in and actual amount of surplus of that hank No Highest amount of indebtednes of any director or officer if the amount of such indebtedness exceeds 10 per cent of paid tip capital stock of hank See Sec 583 Ky Statute No Does amount of indebtedness of any person company or firm including in the liability of the company or firm the liability of the individual members there of exceed 30 per cent of paid up capital and actual surplus No Amount of last dividend 120000 Were all expenses losses interest and taxesdeducted therefrom before declar ing dividend and was not less than 10 per cent of net profits of the bank for the period covered by the dividend car ried to the surplus fund before said divi lend was declared See Sec 596 Ky Statute Yes Are any branch institutions being con ducted by your bank No Has your institution yet started busi ness in its trust department No Total 6136301 STATE OP KENTUCKY County of Rockcastle ss J W Hutches on Cashier of Citizens Bank a bank organized 1905 located and doing business iu the town of Brod head in said county being duly sworn says the foregoing report is in all respect a true statement of the condition ofsaid Bank at the close of business on the 31 day of December 1908 tothe best of his knoledge and belief and further that the business of said bank has transacted at the location named beenI elesewhere that no branch being conducted by said bank and that the above report is made in compliance with an official notice received from the Secretary of State designating the 31st day of Dec 1908 as the day on which such report shall be made J W HUTCHESON Cashier J Thos Cherry R H Hamm John Jigbifis Direetqrs byIMy commission expires Jan 21 1912 LlVINOSTO r Mr J E Singleton the shqe drummer will leave the first of the year to be gone a month Miss Leila Argenbrightj ofEttawa Tennis visiting her grandparents Mr and MrsD K ArgeubrightMr- and Mrs Quigins Dr Childress and Miss Georgia McFerron are gone to attend the banquett at London KyMr W C Mullins IbtrMlJ MullinsStation and on his way home stopped off here to see his mother Mrs Susie Mullins and brother J A Mullins Mr Andy Howell and wife of Covington Ky and Mrs Lou Howell of this place visited her son John Howell of Corbin Kyv this weekMr tnd Mrs James Anderson visited in Mt Vernon this weekThere- was quite a crowd attended the burial of US Marahall John C Mullins last Sunday Mrs Ida Webb of Louisville visited her sister Mrs Harry Magee this weekIMrs Nora Jenkins and children returned from Paris KyMiss May Magee of Danville Ky was here last week visiting her many friendslJohn Griffin and wife of Jellicp Tenn Xmas with his aunt Mrs George Griffi- niMr OrR Foley is visiting Mr Foleys parents at Mic dlesboro Ky Mrs Lula Masou and Miss Lela Argenbright will visit their sister and aunt Mrs Ben Price at Lex ington this weekMr Moss Mullinsandwife Mr Arch Mullins and wife were in Mullins Station- this week4Mrs W T Merimee and childreqot Paris is visiting Mr and Mrs George PopeMrs Bud Anderspn and children are visiting in Brush Creek thus week j PE Drumraond is visiting tin KnoxvillJ tenn thisweek Matt Foure says he will open upa first class grocery store firstof the yearMiss Angie Poynter who has been very sick is better at this writing Mrs James Ponder is visiting her daughter Mrs Henry Delpb of thus place Mrs Roger Pry or is visiting in Middlesboro this weekMr and Mrs Edgar Albright stopped here between trains Sunday Mrs Dee Bryant and children of Lebanon junction ire visiting their many friendsI here Sidney McGuire of vibe spent 3 mas witn his parents Mr and Mrs Mcgruire Messrs Egbert Hayes George and Jolin Griffin were in Maretburg hunting tbisweekIts xmas you know and everybody is visiting Quite a crowd of young people of Maretburg was in our town this week iMISERYiN STOMACH Why not start nowr todayv and forever rid yotiraelf of Stomach trouble and Indigestion A dieted stomachgets the bluesand gfumb IesGtve ifa gopdeatjthea h iZS == d t i I I t BARGAINS I IN EVERYTHING AT jj R C11 Hiatts Bargain Store I Come and see what you can do cash or produce forIII t Lookout for Santa Clause He III is coming IIUI= 11 GRANVILLE OWENS 1 I UNDERTAKER I I Brodhead Ky In digetivejuicesbelching of Gas or eructaiians of alumpheartburn sick headadhe and DjrV mess and ygur food will not ter flentand ppisop your breath with nauseous cders Pgpes Diapepsin costs only so cents large case at any drug store here and will the most obstinate ease ofindigestion and JJp set Stomach in five minutes There is nothing else bettter to take Gas from Stomach and cleanse the stomach arid iniestlnes and be sides one triangule will digest and prepare for asjiimrnilatfon into the bloodall your food the same as a sound ealthy stouiach would do it ashen JJjsygepsin woiks your stomach resw l tselfnr order I J J COMPLETE LINE Coffins Caskets and Robes All Mail Telegraph or Telephone orders Promptly Filled ccleans upand then you feel like eating when you go to the tableland what you eat will do you good Absolute relief frontall Stomach Misery is waiting for as soon as pepsinwant Fades Qiapepsifl bepanse you want to be thoroughly card of Indigestion iSo by Chas C Davis CASTOR I AFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Boarsthod itictssature of Ckl Rheumatic Pains relieved Ar Annti Pain Pula as IiJi 4 it rt f 0 a IfS N IT 7ERNON SIGNAL I M r ViERNONK Jan i JLgQg II 1 t Jiotr CaU N b f iV4 t CqtnU i aJ t 3I 11 r i totiisViUX 4 N4HnLuR ico TIME TABLE T r fCL 22 north i1i SM pm 24 north T 348 a 28 south 124 pi 2i South 1220 a m JAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postoffic as secondclass mail matter PERSON AL Mrs Della Rowie has been very sick for several days Jack Laswell was over from Orlando last Saturday night Earl Britton of Somerset spent Xmas with his brother Roy Lee Coffey has moved to the Hiatt farm in the Hiatt section Mrs Booth Purcell and children spent Christmas with relatives here Joe Forbes of Ford Ky is visiting his sister Mrs W A B Davis Mr and Mrs L R Hughes visited relatives here the last of the weekMiss Daisy Fish spent Monday with her cousin Miss May Jones at Wildie Miss Georgia McFerron is visit ing her sister Mrs E B Cox at this place- S C Franklin left yesterday fur Bertha to be the guest of Dr M PenningtonMrs Webb of Louisville visited her bister Mrs Ab Sparks during Xmas Jake Willams of Somerset is spending Xmas with his aunt Miss Matt Williams Messrs Charlie Adams and Will Branaman were over from J3erea during the he lidays Pretty little Miss Bernice Lan drum has returned from a visit to lelativesat Pittsburg Dr Richardson ofCorbin speu Thursday in town looking after some of the fair sex Mrs Elmer Houk of Maretburgj spent Xmas with her parents Mr and Mrs S H Martin F R Asher wasiiJ Laurel county Monday looking after some im portant business matters Miss Tanna Thompson of Crab Orchard is visiting her grand mother Mrs Kitty Poynter Mrs W A R Davis is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Henry Forbes of near Richmond Ky Miss Gertrude Martin of Brod head visited her cousin Miss Montye Martin first of the week W H Brown and family have entirely recovered from small pox and are going anywhere they please Mrs Holmes who was Miss Lillie Thompson is the guest of her grandmother Mrs W M Poynter Mr and Mrs J W Hutchesou came up and spent Sunday between trains with Mr and Mrs M B Saliu- Wheeler Meadows of Lebanon Junction spent Xmas with his brothers Messrs Jim and John Meadows here Messrs Edward Welch and W J Reed of Alabama were guests of the formers patents Mr and Mrs L T Welch Not a single case of small pox has developed where there had been successful vaccination even with those who staid in the room and watted upon those afflicted Miss McCord Principal of the Brown Memorial received a fall several days ago which has given her considerable trouble but we are glad to know that she has about recovered Mr and Mrs Qscar Wallin spent a few days with Dranef Mrs S C Davis Mr WaJHn is pow L k H agent at fcJuni ulpljur and wilfgpin the grocery business at thatfplace- Mr L T Welch received a telEgram from Richmond this morning that his son Larry who is in the hospital at thaiplace would have to undergo an operation Mr AVelch will leavethis Afternoon for Richmond w f3 i Ztf 1 lrsn it1Jrowui 6e nery sick for the cast week t teR b ftrs it Xm s t with relatives a iMrs Ian J09merr ting rher sister Mrs Matilda Huulf r r tqvn a iyoun- gbJJnessm1tn pr Knp yl rII speQt 1esYFrld J it St tq il our ton 1 tf tf a J lIJ t i brtf erenJ9m iQl1at ectlon Wednesday and Terjdijt ever th ng J o1 Ii SteeC1irp t s u H froni jdeDtttaki gx It ti1 Walter Miller arid S 4f Tale have not been victims of sma11 pox bat vaccination which they say is some worseIHorace Benton clerk m Master of Trains office Lebanon Junction spent most of last week with his parents Dr and Mrs Po Benton J G Frith L A Testermac Wa T Brooks avd A J Haggard prominent citizens of Brcdhead were visitors to our town this week Sheriff R L McFerron left for Frankfort last night with Robert Mason who will have two yeas in the pen for forgery Mrs Henry Catron of Lincoln County spent a portion of this week wiith her parents Mr and Mrs A Maret near Wildie Prof Allen Barnett who has just finished a very successful term of the Brodhead public school is the pleasant guest of Victor C Tate Will H Fish the popular young Clothing and Gents Furnishing man spent Xmas with Iriends iu Norton Va and Richmond Ky Miss Elizabeth Adams ot Carnpbelle Hagerman college is at home for the holiday vacation and has as her guest her classmate Miss Peak Dr A G Lovell returned from Princeton and reports a most deI ightful visit He says Miss Ida M aylor is making a great success of th school at that point Miss Stella Adams of Berea Miss Bettie Hicks ofBrodhead and Mr Roy Minks of Moreland were guests of Misses Jennie and Annie Davis during Christmas Roy Lewis a brother of Judge- S D Lewis who left this county nineteen years ago and located in Iowa is back on a visit for the first time since he left John Mullins spent Friday and Saturday oPlast week in Louisville John is making splendid progress learning telegraphy and will soon be ready to take an office Chas B McKensie has returned from Oliver Springs Term where he has been assisting Prince Adams in the commissary of the Butler Coal Co during the holidays We are glad indeed to infoim our readers that Dr William A Jones of Wildie who has been down with typhoid fever in Gibson Infirmary at Richmond is improv ing Mr and Mrs H H Hutchison of Burnside were guests of Mr and Mrs M B Salin last week Mr Hutchinson is cashier of the Burn sibe bank a splendid iustistution and a splendid man in charge LOCAL Ifyou are planning a strip get a leather Suit Case at J Fishs JM Craig sole fifty head of cattle rangiug in price frpn 2 104 ct FOR SAJEAsecond handed shingle machine Dec 2531 Gus STAVERSON J H McKinney of the Fredom section sold farm of ab6ut 200 a cres to a North Carolina man jsfor 2loo v t Jack Sutton of the Quail Section sold his farm of about Iso acres to a Mr Blanton pt Harlan county for 2000 Star Brand Shoes Are Better Ask your neighbor about them Sold in iJockcastle County exclu sively by J Fish MtVernoh FopND A circle saw For par ticulars address or pall on M SINGLETON Jan 131 Mt Vernoh Ky Ne v line of SpringSamples fropi Tavlpr the Tailor are ppwon dis play at J Fishs Drop in and take a look Every sample they shove for Spring is guaranteed Au WOOL FOR SALH A lot loblft front by 370 tt deep located oiolj South side West Main street joining S H Martins property V JAMES TMEAi3ovfsVv 22j Mt ir r ve8nJ r i tI r BRAND jSMQES BBTTEJfcs IR 2 l eo 0 Ci UIU 11 it iJu l I cES D 0 N eT lJ J i I q J1 u j ALWAYS SE tbJj 1II11 j jY iiiil h 0 GOO D8 rit r S lilti Style quaitx and assortment count more withthegetietal pB I j f Ag lie than j uo prices i 8 You have been in stores where you felt yod ha3 to LoOk OUtc for yourself and where they were so anxious to get your mon Q ey that if you didnt buy promptly they would turn you OV0rtf og to another salesman idea is to sell not to serve s You dont get any of that here we have nolltuinovere system if you dont want what see here we dont try to make you take it ve 8 Everything new and stylish we have no auction trash to offer 0 you 00lVIQSEE US FANCY SUITS and OVERe COATS for 10 16 and 1800 SEE THEM 8a s CIa e Get our Umbrellas at Fishes and you will keep dry The recent grand jury did more business than any grand jury for many terms past They returned i5i indictments FARM F0R SAUE Located near Mar tbulg Ky containing 100 acres more or less with good dwellinghouse and out buildings 5 acres in orchard 15 acres in grass 8 acres in timber the remainder in good cultivation and as good water as there is in the country C C METCALF Jan rrtf IIOPENEDThe in their hand Bank yesterday as an independent institution For more than two years the bank had been running as a branch and was doing a splendid business but the laws of the state prohibiting branch banks necessitated capitalization which has been done at 20000 Presided over by such splendid set of officers as the Peoples Bank has a great future is evidently awaiting that institution The Brown Memorial will open next Tuesday Jan 5tb with what promises to be the largest enroll ment the school has ever had At no time in the history ot the school has it been in a more flourishing condition than at present and to leave home to get the advantages of a thorough course of training is no longer necessary The Brown Memorial has done much for Mt Vernon and Rockcastle county and promises more in the fature than it has been able to do in the past and the people owe it to themselves to the school tqwn ando nty tp do alL they can for the schqoj Here the teachers should come for their normal course instead of going elsewhere and we sincerely hope to see many of them in atr tendance during the ne ttermt The Bro wu Memorial is growing and will continue to grow but by lending yoUr assistance it will only make it grow that much faster The principal Miss McCord wants to cooperate wim the psqple and wants the people to cooperate with he 1 this gret wort of edu iE J t STAR ARE the you Peoples 0 9 Better Cloths for Less Money at Fishs J M Craig bought of M G Dowell 35 acres land near Quail for 350 Rev C W Campbell has been called as paster ot the Christian church for the coming year He will make Mt Vernon his home and just as soon as he can get a Douse will move his family W J Sparks hss been awarded the contract for putting in a large concret culprit for L N near Jacksboro Tenn Ab Sparks with a crew ot about fifteen men from this place and Pine Hill left Sun day night to begin the work SMrrHBoREiNG VIr Ed Smith and Mrs Boreing of Virginia widow of Joshua Boreing Jr were married on Xmas day We under stand that they will make Brod head their future home May happiness and prosperity be their portion through life is the wish of the SIGNAL We understand that there is a probability that the passenger train recently put on between Richmond and Louisville will be changed to run between Livingston and Louis yille For Nos 22 and 23 to do all the local work between Rowland and Livingston is very un satisfactory to the company and a change is pretty sure to be made Mt Vernon Lodge No 319 I O O F elected officers last Saturday night Dr M L Myers Noblp Grand S F Bowman Vice Grand W A Cox Secretary and W L Richards Treasurer wer elected The enstallment will take place tomorrow evening Distrtct JReputy G S Griffin will do the ihstalliqg Last Monday night was the election of officers in the masonic lodge resulting in the following selection Chas C Davis Master Atty J W8rownS W George Owens J W SC Franklin Secretary John H Coffey Treasure and M C Owens Tyler Victor C Tate was appointed S D A H Hamlin J Iand Dr H L Myers and W T Davis Stewards The annual feast furnished by the newly elected officers will be given in the masonic halt next Monday f it j tJ iji iiiiii iiiiiiiiii There will be a Bradley special 41Dtuckians who desire to go to witness the inauguration of Pres Taft and the induction into office of Senator Bradley Full par ticulars of the trip will apPear in our next issue HAMLIN FRENCH Mr Marion Hamlin and Miss Bessie French were made one yesterday at 3 PM at the residence of Mr and Mrs T B Lair near this plac Mrs fiamlin is a daughter of Mr Buck French one ot Rockcastles best men who lives near Livingston Mr aa linlis the son of Mr A H Hamlin this place and a bright young man This young couple have our bsst wishes MULLINS The news pi the un timely death of Marshal J C Mullins who lost his life at Stearns Ky on Xmas day while in he dis charge ot his duty caused much re gret throughout th is county Mr Mullins was a fearless officer and was never known to back down when in the discharge of his duty On Xmas day he with tree other 1 Marshals Messers I Rayan and Tate of Somerset went to Stearns to serve some papers on the striking miners in all injunction suit now pending in the Feoeral Court As the Marshals approacned the hotel in which three of the leaders had br rricaded themselves they began fling on tbe Marshals Mullins falli mortally wounded and Tate reqeived a slight flesh wound Marshal Massengale contin ued his fjre upon the 3 men inside but finding his efforts were wholy ineffective set fire to the building As the miners attemped tp escape t Ross was killed Slavin wounded and later captured while the third member made his escape and joined 1 the other members of the gang in 1 cluding Berry Simpson the prime leader iu the mountains where it is said recruits of sympathizers are being gathered and preparations made for any attack the officers might make i 1kentionand SaudBy afteriioQn were lroundt itStf r WE HAVE JUST RECEIV I ED FROM ST LOUIS THE i LARGEST SHIPMENT OF tt 8 s SHOES EVER SENT TOe f r MT NERNON lOREojSTARS i r4fllh1Q- QSO i tII II i II Hi I mill i i i IHi mtt Ii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiii ii jiiij i iii f f ro A 1 J tJ f r l tf SALE h i z qpJ riI ft FOR 1 rU C3u C4 lJt ONE MONTH O lV iJO rf th t Is ilWILL OFFER FOR ALE fn t Ltv 01 o HoJ e J fJ a i J Cf N I i tw luIi oZ ii tu lsnii tx tiiftiti vj uijy AND tw uid r v jjt Less Than Costoi ti all goods which wen tetJ i tf11e 7Jto J ilil These goods are iiotoamag ddiir4 ltby fire or water and are as good as the uv day receivedth uW weoff rlli 1tf r sound goods at lire pnees it J it ttO Cortie in and t mhigth adtget il 2 a bargain for casfiv rr Ji 11 GiJOMN SC yfJr oJ YI 16 PhO 98 1FpppCIit COOrtJ ttblkf1f t ii x ifelW jkr C tI t I a 4 Continued from first page Sterlluff liability bill was kdsaueed by the majority u ul passed unanimously lu both louie Tills holds interstate carriers liabte for Injuries to employ cees and abolishes the nIle barring Jt compensation when the negligence of a fellow employee can be proved The Democratic filibuster was met by a gag rule and daily recess until the majority had accomplished its purpose This included provision Xor two new battleships instead of the four urged by the president higher pay for army officers and privates and a liability law to protect employees in the service of the government The house failed to pass the antiinjunc tion and antitrust amendment to the Sherman law desired by the president In the interest of labor In God We Trust was restored to the gold coins The total appropriations of the ses sion reached the record figure of 1 reassembled Dec 7 and received the final Roosevelt message In which executive control of legalized trusts was advocated and judges were iVK urged to heed the will of legislators ac- cordingfC to present day standards A bitter controversy arose over one pas sage which intimated that congress had confined the secret service to the treasury department because members did not want to be Investigated The enate moved an investigation of the secret service and the house demanded proof of the presidents assertions Uncle Sam Insists JUpon Carrying a Big Stick The administrations foreign policy has exemplified well this year a fa vorite saying of the president Speak softly but carry a big stick Thi nation has preserved good feeling to ward other nations hat at the same c time has sent Its battleship fleet to the antipodes and devoted much thought and money to navy and army better j 11 at Magdalena bay the fleet ended its voyage around the Horn in command of Evans and was wildly welcomed all along the coast to San Francisco Evans then gave up the command to Sperry and on July 7 the fleet sailed from San Francisco on Its record breaking naval practice c cruise visiting Hawaii New Zealand Australia Japan China and the Phil ippines before the years end The war department changed heads July 1 Luke E Wright succeeding Taft On May 5 the state department con eluded lJ five year arbitration treaty 4with Japan On Nov 30 notes were zi signed containing as agreement with t I Japan for concert of action in main talnlng the status quo in the orient a r0 + virtual alliance 5 The treasury in January had a defi ttr E cit of 10000000 which grew to t i J 000000 by the end of the fiscal year The postofSce department by order 4k of the president ruled that papers in c foreign languages must submit trans Rations and authorized postmasters to exclude papers containing incitement t to murder arson and treason In May totbe parcel limit to England was raised j to eleven pounds and Oct 1 the postal P flrateto that country was lowered to 2 cents later the same to Germany On Aug 14 the president appointed a commission headed by Professor LH Bailey of Cornell to gather data look ing to betterment of farm life May 13 to 15 at the White House the flrst conference of state governors and noted men met the president to discuss the conservation of national re sources the conference making a new t it element of national unity This body reassembled Dec 8 and approved a great scheme of waterways by a bond issue 5Old World Rulers Had a Nerve Racking Year GREAT BRLTALNThe government of King Edward began the year with a program of radical legislation in cluding old age pensions frankly in tended as a sop to socialism which showed signs of rapid growth along itwith the increase of the vast army of the unemployed Asquith took the reins April 5 when Premier Banner nan retired on account of continued lllness Afequlth carried through the ll age pension bill July 20 the van of which is 125 a week to alLiivcr sev enty years of age whose Income Is un tIer f150 a year to take effect Jan 1 1909 The Asquith government encoun tered a boisterous campaign for wo man suffrage the suffragettes organiz ing huge parades and rushes on the parliament to attract attention many WQmen choosing prison terms rather SI peaceAlarmthroughout India has increased with numerous nets of violence against the ruling Britons CANADA felt the ef- fectsfc1 of the American depression in decreased exports and in a halt in her Industrial development The general celections Oct 26 sustained the Laurier government A great historical pag eant marked the tercentenary of Que bee the Prince of Wales attending GERMANY TJie German people i will remember the year 1908 as mark Ing the end of their kaisers absolute personal rule and the beginning of Il ministerial responsibility to the relchs1 itag This revolution through the power of public opfnlon voiced in the radical press and in parliamentary ac r tion of nearly all parties came to a y head in October the occasion of the i outburst being nn authorized inter iif vlew In the London Telegraph In 1It1IC which the kaiser told ot his refusal to rjoln a secret coalition against England ic during the Boer Ifar anot sending iwar plans to the queen It was like eahiedt3 HQW O CURE l j CRILLAINSI hTo enjoy freedom Jrom chit t lilaiSftrites1 Tohn Kemp East k Qti e 1MeI apply Bucilens 1f AruiiSal1ef v also used it for salt rheum with excellent results c Guarteed for fever sores indolent nulcers Rile bums wounds frost biies and slcin diseases 250 at Chas C Davis drug store Von Buhrvr to account anti YilUam1 made concessions TURKEY The leaven oftl JlolIracy showed signs of working the European stronghold of autocratic Islam The sultan of Turkey StW hIs army turning from him under the in fluence of the Young Turk party and thus powerless he put into effect the hitherto dead letter constitution of 1876 and called into being a national parliament at Constantinople This body wet amid rejoicing Dec 17 THE BALKANS On Oct 5 the whole status of southeastern Europe as fixed by the treaty of Berlin 187P was tiiiddculy altered Bulgaria prr claimed its independence with PrinCf Ferdinand as its czar and at tb same time by concerted arrangemen Austria announced to the powers tim she proposed tb annex completely tho former Turkish provinces of Hero govina and Bosnia while the Turk island of Crete moved toward a unlo with Greece War seemed unavoi able then and the clouds still lowe in the diplomatic sky as a gloom omen of what the new year may hav in store The prompt action of tu powers on motion of Russia in agree ing to hold a conference to read jus the balance in the Balkans the open- Ing of negotiations between Bulgarh and Turkey and the military impo tence of Servia and Montenegro com blued to prevent an immediate out break Later Turkey began a boycot of Austrian goods and all the Balkar states prepared for war PORTUGALThe ferment of Re publicanism in the Portuguese mon archy after long restraint found vent In the assassination of King Carlos anti Crown Prince Luiz Feb while the were riding in the streets of LlsbOli The younger son Manuel who was slightly wounded succeeded to tin throne and the hated Premier Franco fled the country Subsequent elections showed the Conservatives still In n large majority IOROCCOOn Aug 24 the oft repeated story of the defeat of Sultan Abdul Aziz by the forces of the pretender Mulai Hafid proved to be true and the latter demanded recognition of the powers as the sultan That was where the German emperor made a peck of trouble by recognizing Hafid without consulting the nations In the Algeciras conference France firmly objected Spain seconded and the kaiser came down Then they all bowed to Hafld togethe- rPERSIAThe Radical first parlia ment at Teheran under the constitu tion granted in 1907 was wiped out of existence in a bloody battle with the shahs soldiers June 23 400 persons be- Ing killed in the streets the parliament buildings battered down and some of the Radical leaders executed The rev olutionists captured aad held Tabriz JAPANThe JaprAiese government gave the American fleet a wondcrfu reception the mlkdo aud the president exchanging trait cordial greetings CHINA On Niov 13 Emperor Kwang Seu and the d wager empress who had been for a generation the real ruler of China died Pu Ti the infant son of Prince Chun had been designated as heir 6 the throne and the regency was seized by Prince Chun CENTRAL AMERICA hovered on the verge of war but finally the Issuer were laid before the new Central American court of justice which was set up May 26 at Cartago Costa Rica with all the states represented VENEZUELA added Holland to the list of her dont speak neighbors by expelling the Dutch minister for some indiscretion and the Dutch were hot for coercion They began war Dec 13 by capturing the Venezuelan coast guard ship Mix Sleeper the American minister finally broke off relations and quit the country owing to the failure of the Castro government responding to the overtures from Washington as to a settlement of claims The Vene zuelan minister later was recalled from Washington President Castro sailed for Europe the last of November CUBA rose to her new opportunity with orderly elections in December Jose Miguel Gomez the Liberal leader being chosen president HAITI was torn by two revolts that led by Juneau and Firmin fn January being crushed but the second under Antoine Simon resulting in the blood less capture of Port au Prince and the fall of the Nord Alexis government Dec 2 As the forces of tSinion apr proached the capital the officers of Alexis deserted and the people turned against him so that he was barely able to escape with his life on board a French warship Simon took posses aba of the city and on Dec 17 was elected president by the Haitian con gress MISERY iN STOMACH Why not start nowtoday and forever rid youraelf of Stomach trouble and Indigestion A dieted stomach gets the blues and grumb- lEs Give it a gooH eat then takes Pades Diapepsin to the digestive juices working There will be no belching of Gas or eructaiians of undigested food no feeling like a lump of lead in the stomach or DiZ1iinessa your nauseous cders x By burning his feet with matches two masked robber corn mpelled H A Srlnbovv of Curtis O to open the safe in his larm house and tern over over 180 The bandits then went to the parnstole a ho rse and buggy and escaped CtfREfJ OF LUNG- TROUBLE Tt is nowele hyears since I had s narrowesclpe from consump tion vtiies C Q Floyd a leading business of Kershaw S CHhad run downin wejght 135 pounds and coughing was constant both by day and night Finally I began taking Dr Krngs New Discovery and continued this for six months when fny cough and lung trouble Were entirely gone and I was reo stbrrd to niy normal weight 173 persons14reroo A NdU CEMENTS FOR COUNTY JUDGE Vyaru authorized to announce G M BALLARD as a candidate for County Julgeof Kockcastle county subject to the action of the Republican party For n Attorney are authorizeato announce W A IVc as a candidate for County Attorney of Rockcastle County subject primaryIfor County Court Clerk We are authorized to announce Gr T JOHNSON as a andidate for Coun tyihiirtltrk abject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce FELIX BOWMAN as a candidate for ounty Court Clerk suject to the ac ion of the Republican party We are authorized to announce W T FRENCH as a candidate for County ourt Clerk of Rockcastle county sub ject to the action of the Republican par ty We are authorized to announce VICTOR C TATE as a candidate for County Court Clerk of Rockcastle County sub parIWe are authorized to announce J F XICRLKY as a candidate for County ourt Clerk of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican party FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce CAM MULLJNS as a candidate for fuiler of Rockcastle Countv subject to the action of the Republican party we are authorized to announce w TAYLOR as a candidate lot Jailer of Hockcastle County subject to then inn of the eliAS11KER of Rockcastle County subject to the iction of the Republican party We are authorized to announce TIP IANGFORJ as a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the 1icait v1SWDnekttle to the action of the Republican Primary We are authorized to announce DAN IELC jFOJJDER asa candidate for Jailer of County lbjectto the ac tion of the Republican primary We are authorized to announce W S ROBINS as a candidate for Jailer of Rockcrstle Countv subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce CAR ROLL MARTIN asa candidate fo Jailer of Rockcastle County subject to the ac lion of the Republican party For Superintendent of Schools We are authorized to announce J D McFERRON as a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Rockat1e Countysubject to the action of the Re publican primary We are authorized to announce E R GENTRY as a candidate for Superintend ent ofSchool Rockcastle county subject to the action of the Republican party FOR ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce W H BAKER as a candidate for As sessor of Roekcastle County subject to the action of the Republican party For Circuit Court Clerk We are authorized to announce GBO R ROBINSON as a candidate for Circuit Gourt Clerk of Rockcastle County sub ject to the action of the Republican Pri are authorized to announce HUGH MILLER as a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Rockcastle County subject to action of the Republican primary We are authorized announce SHER MAN CHASTEEN as a candidate lot Circuit Court Clerk of Rockcastle County subject to time action of the Republican primary SIMPLE REMEDY FGR LAGRIPPE Racking lagrippe coughs that may develop in pneumonia over night are quickly cured py Foleys Honey and Tar The sore and in flamed jungs are healed and strengthed and a dangerous con dition is quickly averted tTake only Foleys Honey and Tar in the yellow package There is no case on record of a cough cold or lagrippe developing into pneumonia after Foleys Hon ey and Tar have been iaken as if cures the most obstinate and deep- seatedcoughs and colds Why take any thing else beeQIMaved couglu It is the only remedy f r infants and children as it contains no opiates or other narcotic drugs and cirtdien the Foleys Hcmy Hld TarC Careful mothers keep a bottle in the house Refuse substitutes You would not delay taking Folevs Kidney Remedy at the first sign of kidney or bladder trouble if you realized that neglect might esult In Brights djsea or diabetes Foleys Kidrey Remedv corrects irregularities and cures all kidney and bladder disorders asogt snijl Jnuv sathlL fa- e q pMOnal SupSd OnBwnnUI l C w FUSHld we lJe IeTakZsWx CiMSealWeIleRetot Mal A Wi1der etc We ate aaJwa- eIkbli5bidisJSS WaCMlw1i fJ tbaa ei etcoea e1eMs R4Se weilyIMrket llUtlYtJLEtCV 1221 wQUAIL regInlar appointment at liovideiCt Sunday last II Barnes and Ora Prith of Broadiead wer tuo this section Thursday tnroute to BeeLick Well X nas passed off veryquietlveXCept a few little fights but Ihere was not any seriously injured Tilden and oneI Thompson have returned from i111soonspent the holidas iih his brother J W Stringer Johnson and Burk are doing splendid business with their saw milLSome talkof H G Sutton selling out and going Vest H P Davis has just com pleted a nice cistsrji for S S Pur cellThomas Todd purchased of IL G Sutton a horse for 75 oo Williani Todd and nephew Geo spent Kriuay night with his broth er T M Todd and family By ron Owens spent the nigrst with the writer A RELIGIOUS AUTHORS STATEMENT For several ears I was afflicted withl idney trouble and last winter 1 was suddenly stridken with a se vere pain in my kidneys ann was coutined to bed eight days nnable to get up without assistance My urine contained a thick white sedi ment aol passed same frevutntly day ant n4ht I commenced taking Foleys ividney Remedand the pain gradually abated and finally eased and my urine became F01eysI mal I cheerfully recommend Kidney Remedy If yov will take FoleysLaxative nntii the bawels become regular you will not have to take purgatives constantly as Foleys Orino Lrx Jiver1PJeIslllt Sold by Chap C Davis Hundreds of dollars will lost on nlmerchantswas a holiday famine this season the market was glutted I Women sufferers should use WAD DONT let yourself to be miserable Why suffer from severe head aches have fainting spells anti be fretful Your liver needs attention Try Herb the great liver regulator II URES nsss till ConstiPationBIlious11 E C Mornson Hous writes lil have d for years from severe 1Mrs dizziness and spells I received until I tried Herbine completely cured I s1 use always P ICE SOc Ballard Snow Liniment Co ST LOUIS MISSOURI Sold and Recommended by CH4S C DAVIS VaIT S- Cream Vermifuge THE 8UA8AKTEEI WORMREMEDY CHILDRENS FAVORITE TONI IITHE Bcwxne or qNtY BallardSnow Liniment COT LOUIS MO ChasO D- avisfljfl LaxatiVe fruitSyrup Plant to tak The new laxative Does not gripe or nauseate Cures Iachan liver troubles con j stipation by restoring the aturalactionofthestqrxv vachj liver mnd bowels Sold by Chas c Dls Valparaiso Ind 1Jcc 27 08 EDITOR MT VKRNOV SlAT ienr Sir- ThrouRh the irjerejt I have in IIshallValparaiso is situated fortY tourl- miles south and east of Chicago 111 The town itself is situated on a small strip of high land but is surrounded by low lands This low land contains many small lakes It ioilv eijthtcn miles to tbi southern part of Lake Michigan Tnese Lakes afford lots of amusement for the young people You can see two or three hundred en 1Itton to have to ride the last few miles of our journey on the milk train About every mile they would stop and load on can after can of milk Each can holding ten gallons The ground is so low and wet they cannot raise much corn so they raise grass and cattle One will wonder what they do with so much milk But to relieve your miud of that thought you have only to think of the short distance to that- city of Chicago and thereat num ofconsumers to be found there The university of Valparaiso to my mind is one of the best schools ii the United States It was found ed something like 35 year ago by Mr Brown who soon after formed a j a tuersbip with MrP A Ken sey They still own and manage the school MrBrown being President and Mr Kensey Vice President The school started with one pro fessor thirty five pupils and one building Now has hundred seventy six professors and an enrollment of five thousand students and a large uunber of buildings There buttyour work before leaving The work at all boarding halls is theirIwayis a fine place fur a fellow work ing who has not the money to pay his way through but is willing to work And Ibigiily reccommeud 4 it to all young men and women ot 1 that class also to those who are bletpaythirwayTo year E F GENTRY 11 TO KEEP WELL The whole year through writes 14A Bartlett of the Rural Route i Guilford Me I and my family use Dr Kings New Life Pills They have proven most satisfactory to all us They tone the system and cure bilHcusness malaria and constipation Guaranteed at Chas C Davis drug store 250 R W DYCHE P B NT 1STM- TVERNON KY Office in the J T Adams brick All WorJejuarauteecl Satisfactory Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty jrodhcad Marble Wor1c BODHEAD KYIGranite and Marble Monuments i and Tombstones manufacturedby j ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents for Iron Fence- D B ALBRIGHT Manager M H MYERS Dentist At Residence on Old Main- Street MT VERNON KY Work guaranteed iiC Williams ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KY jfiTOFFJCE On and floor p i The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church street Special attention given to collections Phone No 80 3 C MeCLAR Undertaker Embalmer l omplew LINE of Casketsr Robes ctOrders by Telephone attcnd ed StanforaKyeL f- IJL jI ALCOIIOL3PER CENT AgeablePreparajionf ling Hie Stomachs andBowelsof flq Promotes Digestioncl1ferful3 tIi ness and RestContaIns OpiuiuMorphhui norNiueraL NOTNARCOTICm- l RereaOfdDSAMIE1F1T17J27 lIt4kThma hWeIeShlpIo 1h je- T1AperfectRemedyforanj ija WormsConvulsiousYewris nsssandLOSSOFSLEEP FacShuik Signature or NEW yo Exact Copy of Wrapper TAKE 4 CAsiOmL For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of In- DSD For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA 3i c 3t 3tc jccjc WINTER GOODS 1 i When you want good ShoeS or good Clothing remember we are headquarters for the best Bad shoes cause wet feetJind wet feet JJg 9 wpn BII Y pur t f t us and avoid this trouble and danger J McKENZIE SON Phone 93 111 cxIc3JThe New Store Goto Carmicals for Fresh Oysters Coconuts Grapenuts PineApples Cocoa Table Jelly Prunes fiFigs Raisons Shreaded Wheat Evap orat Pairs Ice Cream Tell 0 Baked Beans Beefst akand Meats of all kinds lAU goods delivered in town When you want groceries call Phone 561 iW R CARMICAL CO Next door to Bank of Mt Vernon Mt Vernon Kentucky cEcx x 3c Suffering Ladies are urged to follow the example of thousands of theirs sters and take Cardui Cardui is a non mineral nonintoxicating medicine for women It is for sick weak ladies with sick female organs I1Z1 It Win Help You i It is a genuine urative medicine that builds up the female system and relieves female pain Mrs M A St Clair of Eskdale W writes Before taking Cardui I had given up all hope of getting well I had suffered for 8 years with my and was confined to my bed so Itook Cardui and now CJardui has about cured my female trouble AT ALL DEUa STORES J