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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 i 1 iii FcJ F ic iii s eub1shed Eyery fn Iriaay- r n l XXIJ MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE OUN1 Y KY FKHkYf JAN 1909 NUMBER 16 IN HISTORY A Brief but Comprehensive Review of the Important Events and Tendencies of the Year Past For Busy Readers Who Want to Be Well Informed By EDWIN 5 POTTER Ed iUniversal News Analysis Despite irfe Depression i Republicans Retain Control Rays of Hope Follow Year of Business Distress Everything is relative While business conditions in this country nre stilt far from what they were two years ago the end of 1908 presents ar encouraging outlook in comparison tc that which capital and labor face I last January Then 338000 freight cars were idle thousands of mills and fac tories were closed at least 200000 wage earners were unemployed othem millions worked on part time or re rtuced wages goods on hand could not be sold at a profit railroad and Indus trial stocks were battered In price most beyond recognition and at high rates of interest little money could be enticed from hiding Fear possessed the business community on the eve of a presidential campaign in which botl the old parties were considering null ral measures for scaring off the bog Df socialism Processions of the unemployed marched in the larger cities and gave authorities a case of nerves A large number of strikes resulted from wage reductions but few wero successful The railroads were between the dcv il of reduced traffic anti the deep sea g a threatened general strike Their t9n1apparent llief If they hoped to paysa1v an llYlt1endu was Jo raise freight rates Here they met theopposition of the shippcis backed r bythQttrcHniinary investigation of fi- u1I1t1t0 iOmiuerjtcQrnissionThrS- oiit1iwestern assOiatiou did advance t rsites in July and some southern lines reduced wages while nearly all lines laid off men In December came the general announcement of a 10 per cent Increase to take effect Jan 1009 V E H Harriuiau in March took full possession of the Georgia Central I which with a new connecting link gave him a cross continent system On April 28 Clevelands three cent tHc municipal street railway system wont into effect but hardly was it started when a bitter strike was called to enforce a former contract for wage Increase r liiots aud car dynamiting tied up the lines for weeks but the city finally won A deficit the first two months gave way later to n sur plus but the public dissatisfied with tIc service voted In theOct refer endum against the municipal fran chise and a few weeks later the com pany was thrown into a receivership Secretary Wilson reported the value of all crops to the farmer to be 7772 000 X0 a new record corn heading the list with 264300000 bushels Jan 9 New York celebrated the corn pIe on and operation of its first East river tunnel and of Its first Hudson river tunnel from Hoboken Feb 25 Philadelphias 20000000 Market street subway vfas opened July 30 The ocean speed record was lowered repeatedly by the big British turbines the Lusitaniaifinally doing the best western trip in 4 days 15 minutes R ulation of Trusts and Pursuit of Grafters The American smile of 1907 when 1Judge andis fined the oil trust 291 240000 for taking Alton rebates cer tainly came off July 22 last when Judge Grosscup and associates of the court of appeals at Chicago reversed LandIs on the assumption that the fine was excessive and riot based on good law What the chief hunter of the big octopus had to say of that particular turn In the road was that the merits y of the case had not been touched and he would regard it as a gross uiiscar riage of justice if through any technl pallties thquarliouid escape The president at once had the motion for a rehearing made This was denied and the famous case goes up appeal to the supremecourt But Inthe meantime the government pack was in fuU cry along other paths the chief of which lcd toward the d1s solution of the Standard 011 company Sept 10 at Philadelphia Judge Gray and associates on the circujt bench sustained tha rlglrt of railroads to own and operate coal mines holding the commodity clause ofliie Hepburn bUt to be despotic and confiscatorytFederal suits were also started against the Harriinan railroad trust and against the powder tryst whjte numerous flues wierig ftoposed on nlUl roads and ot tcorporildns unhiithe Elkins law for On JIarch 23 the supreme court v Ji luvjfllsfateft txAeaiitho ak I il v t J c dun Ier l iRul1J LVOLUME 1908 tlie Aimnesotn atiu North Carolina rate laws holding that federal courts7 had the right to review and to stay execu tion to protect stockholders The Alabama rate law was held up by the cir- cuIt court pending reasonableness of rates Peumylvnnl1I two cent rate law was the state supreme court On Nov 31 the United Stntes supreme court ruled that the order of the Virginia railroad commission fixing a two cent passea ger rate was subject to review am must be tried before the highest state court before seeking federal iiiterviM tioii In December the circuit court appeals enjoined the tobacco trust from continuing interstate traffic Early in January the supreme cour knocked out the employers liability law because it was not confined 10 terstate corporations On Jan J3 it ruled that membership in a union might justify dismissal of interstate railroad employees On Feb y in the famous Danbury batters boycott case it decided unanimously that the boy cott as a method of fighting capital is illegal when declared against goods in interstate traffic President Gompers and other A Ii of L officials were en joined from publishing an unfair list On March 9 the California supremo court vacated the conviction of former- mytschmn1tZ and he was freed on heavy bail covering other charges after having been confined ten mouths When November his pal Boss Ruef was brought to trial the desperation of the graft forces showed itself in the aerot one discredited saloon man Hans who shot Ijeuey In court Though Honey was seriously injured he recovered to continue the fight wltl increased public sympathy Ruef was convicted Dee 11 and faced a prison term Four of Pennsylvanias capitol grafters were convicted in February and sentenced Dec IS to two years in prison and 500 fine each On Nov 6 at New York Charles W Morse the millionaire whose illegal banking practices were believed to have started the financial panic of 1907 was brought to stern justice with conviction nnda fifteen sen tence At the sanieit nesentence for his banking associate President Curtis of the Bank of North America was suspended Plttsburg was shocked by a series of banking explosions and defalca tions two of which stand out as col lossal crimes On March 23 Henry Reiber teller mid John Young audi tor of the Farmers Deposit National bank were arrested for the misuse o over a million of the bank funds In June they were sentenced to ten years each On May 7 William Montgom ery cashier of the Allcghany National bank was accused of diversions which ultimately raiuunto 13500QQ luchul ing some state funds He was sentenced to fifteen years in prison Kentuckys tobacco Night Riders made additional raids in spite of the troops sent out to check them and on Oct 20 n band of dispossessed squatters on Keelfoot lake Tennessee kid naped Captain Rankin and COlonelJTaylor of Trenton They former but the latter escaped by swimming the lake Troops were call ed out and many arrests were made The most serious race riots of year occurred at Springfield Ill AugI 14 and when a wild mob killed nine persons Injured eighty and burned houses occupied by negroes Troops were called out and the leaders brought to justice The last of the Idaho cases against miners officials ended with the ac quittal of George A Pettibone in Jan nary Harry Orchard the confessed murderer of Governor Steuueuburg whose testimony Implicated the millers received a death sentence which later was commuted to a life termI Caleb Powers four times tried in eight years for the murder of Governor Goebel was pardoned by Governor WHIson of Kentucky Science Sociology Religion and Other Data Continuous mechanical flight its 3 human feat has been publicly demon strated to the satisfaction of the world by the two American aviators Wilbur and Orville Wright giving as surance of new military weapons and promise of practical commercial ap plications Having finished their secret trials at Kill Devil hill North Carolina last May and having receiv ed patent protection here and abroad the Wrights made public the details of their work Wilbur then took one machine to Le Mans France and Or yule another to Fort Myer Va for official trials in September Orville scored first making a record flight of 1 hour 14tominutes20 seconds prior to the fataItrlaJofSept 27 when the neropla e carrying the inventor and Lieutenant Selfridge fell with a broken propeller killing Selfridge anti breaking several of Wrights bones Later Wilbur sailed the air alone 1 hour and 31 minutes and on Oct10 took lolbng one inhn for 1 hour 9 min utes 45 seconds winning lOOODO 4f6rj the Invention from a French syndi cate Farmaix and Delagrange amp niade successful aeroplane flights In France the former winning the Arch Des prize orthe first circular Unite while the tirahedron machine of Bell hhd Baldwin atHammonds dlsthl1lC8Iled trio world in the dirigible balloon field although his series of flights 1rn d Aug 1Jnthe burning of ids the rigid jgas airship at Mayehce where lie hadpjfsedIna storm iuc repairs aftera rcoitlhuous journey of 261 niiles in 11 hours With popular ald1 built another ship in which he made more flights November wjni ning the kserf s riisttnd selling Itisf in mention iff the ftpvermueiat abeairlgiulbiiatiDoa built byChoinV e CfmHtmgd oil fourfopajrgj oAJTOn af n I 1wsts IIpaWnc t t WITHDRAWS FROM RACE I want to say to my friends owing to the illness of my wife and to m business confinement at home I find it impossible to make the race f r Circuit Court Clerk so I have decided to withdraw I am sorry that matters have turned out thus but I thank my frieuds and appreciate what they have already donefor me and I hope jth3t in future years Itwill buyable to make the race I wantus citizens to elect men to fill our county offices who are moral sober upright citizens Your friend SHERMAN CHASTEEN QUAIL Earnie I rrinleft for Berea Tuesday to enter college Will O vensis still improving Robert Taylor bought of G M Parsons a farm of about 60 acres for 4 35 Mr Taylor sold his farm consisting of about 70 acres to A M Metcalt neat Maretburg for WednesdayIa r s Allie Taylor The Rev Dock Gooch officiating In reply to our Brodhead correspondent criticism in last weks issueloTtheSiGNAi relative toRF D Iwill d lithat I havenever lived on a Rur l route hut have had the pleasure of meeting with those who live on them and they say their mail is one day later than when the star route accoinodated them It is a fict those living on the F D will get their mail every day except holidays and Sundays but everthe less it will be one day later on account of the rural carrier having to depart frcm the town or city as thecase may be before the trains arrive with the mail of that theirImail daily Sunday excepted from the star carrier whose contract requires him to carry maii to all parsons living at certain distances from theroadas wellas thos r theyIt under the star system will have to ibe replaced bv boxes approved by the pos master bringing on ad ditional expense without additional profit and so far as trudging the mud is concerned I suppose there will be rain and snow mud factors in R F nas in star route Then how are the j eople going toavoid it What suits one community does not always suit another For us the star route service answers a better purpose Cpmejagain WISE COUNCIl FROM- THESQUTB II want togive some valuable advice to thpse whosuffet with lame back andkidney Irouble says J LR BlaQkevshlpgf Be kT nnI I have proved to an abolute cer tainty that Electrc Bitters will ithelv cure this distressing conch tion The first bdttle gave me great rel ef and after taking a fw more bptties I was completely cured so Aompietely that it becomes a plea c tire to recommond this remedyy1- Sftld under guaratee at Oas C- ps1rug store Price 50 rv committee ftdm the Birming ham Ala Commercial Club Sat 4urd ylexterided ari invitation tQ oPt sid elecf Ta1in Augusta lo revisit Birmingham judge Taft Jiiar servediv promjsed that he wc uld visit the Vqityt but saidie 6uidbe impossible totk tbe l dateat preen- lie I1H AT nAM e J t f LIVINGSTON Messrs Egbert Hayes and Geo Griffin were in Jellico Term this weekRumor says there will be two passenger trains turn here Rev W C Campbell filled his regular appointment here Saturday and SundayMr and Mrs O R Foley have gone to hue keeping in one of Bowman and Cockerells hQusesMaleu Sumners sold his house and lot on Gauley Branch to James Hall Win Nichols who was shot at ort in last Saturday night is Ret- ting along nicely at this writing MrsCelia Owens and sister were heie between trains Saturday to visit the grave of her husband Mr Steve OwensMr Abe Penning ton has moved out of the Eight Gable hotel into his own property known the old drug store Mrs G D Cook is visiting her mother near Mt Vernon JtT Chewning has moved into the Sight Gable We wish him much successW- w Wright will move into Mrs Sue Mullins property on Main StMrs Rowsy andi Miss Essie Pike are visiting in ikaretburg Miss Angie Poynter 3s better at this time GeOrge Mounce of Middlesborfo brought bis baby to his mother Mrs Allem Mounce Ao take care of during J his wifes illnessMrs T D Mullins and children are visiting relatives and friends at this place Bob Ohildress and little Mattte Chestnut visited in Conway last week Bobwill leave for Oklahoma in a few days Omer and Lloyd Chestnut visited their aunt at Pine Hill last week Mrs Moss Mullins is visiting her brother Mr George M unce at Middlesboro Geirg4Mui1ius has gone to Tex of Cincinnati is visiting his parents of this placeR A Whitehead has bought the stock of goods of Dock Oliveraud will oapve itheC- allowaystcre h Ue sr Mrs Ada Fishback uas returned from a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs B B King in Lincoln countvAunt Ann Owens has returned home after a two months stay with her brother Mr and Mrs Jacob Sambrooks entertained quite a crowd of young folks in honor of their son George New Years dayI just want to say that Livingston isnt dead by any means for there is noi an empty house in townVH Bowman of Owensboro Kyt if here visiting his motherMrs Lizzie Bowman is going to Lake Land Florida to spend the winter also Mrs J P Mounce will go with her You would not delay taking Foleys Kidney Remedy at the first sign of kidney or bladder trouble if you realized that uegleot might result in Brights diseaseor diabetes Foleys Kidney Remedy corrects irregularities and cures all kidney and biadder disorders GOOD HOME RCIPE Get from any prescription pharmacist the following Fluid Extract Daudelion one half ounce Compound Kargon one ounce Qompound Syrup Sarsaparilla three Ounces Shake well in a bottle arid take ateaspoonful dose after each meal and at bedtime The above isconsidered as the most certain prescriplion ever written to relieve BackacheKiduy- Trouble Weak Bladder and all forms of Urinary difficulties This mixture acts prpmotiy on the elimsnative tissues of the Kidiaeys enabling5 them to filter and strain the uric acid and other waste matters fiom thebkxd whicb Rheumatisjii Some pereons who suffer with the afflictions tbay not feei inclined to Place much confidence in this simple jnixtnre yet those who heve tried itsaytle sesults ate simply surprising the relief being effected wIthout the slightest injury to the stomach or other organs Mix some and give Ira trial It certitily comes highly recommend ledf It is the prescription of an emiqent authQrity whose feputa tipn1 itis said waa e t blisbed by it Adruggist here tbonjjt irhen flaked slate4 tk4bcould either supply the lrTi l ij prescription for t er also recommends sit harmltii WILDIES Miss Stella Bonar has returned home after several days visit with friends of this placeMiss Minnie Hiatt visited friends and relatives here last we kMrand Mrs A C Towery were down from Berea SundayMr Allen Fish who is here from Texas visiting relatives is very sick of pneumonia fever Maurice Phillips who has been very sick of pneumonia fever we are glad to say is better at this issue Mr John Fish and brother Jones were over from Buckeye Sunday Mrs Allen Hiatt and son Alber were over fiom HIatt one day t we kMrBert Hayes who t1j been gone from here several spent Xmas with relatives of placeMisses Julia and Addie Elliott have returned home after a pleasant visit with friends and relatives at this placeMr and Mrs W S Br namau visited his sister Mrs John Crawford Brodhead last week Several Buckeye and Hiatt attended romj party at Mr Jesse Proctors 1hasTowery has returned home after a = veais visit with his uncle in Texas He says he expects to make his home there A RELIGIOUS AUTHORS arATE tEN Fotseveral drs I was afflicted with kidney trpuble and last winter I was suddenly stridken witfca ser were pain in my kidneys ana was confined to bed eight days unable get up without assistance My urine contained thick white sedi went and i passed same frequently day giid ja ght I taking Foley Kidney Remedy and the pain gradually abated and finally ceased and my urine became norm 5 l I cheerfully recommend Foleys Kidney Remedy Sold byThasCDivis- Pksid ntWfl1iani DewittHjdeV S of Bowdoin College announces the rtteipt of a holiday gift to the college of about 300000 The iremainFOR SALEA lot 100 ft front by 370 deep located on southI side West Main street joining s H Martins property JAMES T MEADOWS ci 25tf Mt Vernon Ky Caucusses both the Republican and Democrats have beep canedI for members of both houses of the Indiana Legislatue The Republi cans are preparing to adopt rules in the Sanate that will take away much of the power of the Lieuten ant Governer as presiding officer COUGHS AND COLDS I Took Pernna I JPSEPH1tALtt TENTH DSWAS1t1MGTON rUnDrug oCo1tnbui io Gent1nieiI can che rfalljr rdcoin mend Peruaa aan ftteoUT ours for coughs and cod9 You are authprizod to use my pbqt Wm testlUQnll jn any publlcatlon JIrs Joseph Hall Chant fctt Tentl jt asiWngtou DQ1 C nM NtHci1IltMe Mrs ALWtze19Ohlo8tTera saute md j writes When Ibegan to take yoni picdlclne I could not smell nor hear a church belt ring 2Tpv I can fcath iape11 an4 bear Whei J eg J1oit eatrnent my head waf terfibla Iat zing SUQ phirping npisea iji my head t l1 wedY r P4Ti t tbfu11i fi Wok funa ag r9JlQJ1l0 NoW tWigh fl Jlyftnl qijstv and 18it my mothfr ilid se the doptoy who said was not Icgft hta w4Tld I wiU telikim j V ui n8MtIM1CflrH Iff f tl People who ebjeottoliqaid edic- IsanRoweaRbIt HniK an W l Uxath r T Established r fr 1887 j 8 at on in 15 on in 01 R as to it C P r P JJEcU G BAKER Pres MB SALIN CASHIER Asstae AttorneyPEOPLES CAPITAL 2000000 iMT VERNON KY DEC 15 1908 Dear Sir The Peoples Bank which has been doing a very sue cessful business at this place has been reorganized and cap italized at 20 00000 and is now an independent institution Ithaserectedanewbuidingon Main Street of Mt Vernon is far the best and most commodious building in the town to say nothing of its architectural The holders of the stock in this of this county and are considered among beautyir ness men of Eastern Kentucky The of sterling business qualifications and and integrity We will have our opening in the new building December 31 1908 and you are hereby extended a cordial invitation to be with us on that day and it would be gratifying to the ofi icers of the institution if you could make it convenient to depositInfluenceand be with us atthis opening see our new building aud spend a pleasant day f prOSiperous 3uE3c3cc33 11111111111tI1111111111111111t111111tt1t11t11tt fo AT VERNON DmET CD 1 PRACTICAL = UNDERTAKERS DIRECTORS EMBALMERS 1 Mt Ky 3 COUCH METALIC CASKETS Coffins and Robes LicenedEmTbalincr will have charge of thatlinc of work for the company vr = Orders by wire promptly tilted Hearse sentto all points 3 AaBFUN1SHWHKRUECER 3Pnone Proprietors UUUUllUU11U1U1U U1U1UllUU11U1U1UU1U1UllUU1Ul11UU ilMh Old Reliable fiJ Most any Drug or Patent Medicine you see advertized in the SIGNAL can be foundat t THE OLD RELIABLE Cheapest Drug Store in the countyv S CDAVIS SSouth Side Main Street l MT VERNON w y 1 A = t n- Ittl UNDERTAKER lJ uasketslJIis to all partof Ii the county f i All IWI LPhone 94S VERNON 3 c3 iConvenience of the Savings Account i Ied v iManypersonsr Small amounts may be added at any time A savings account offers a profitable means to realize on funds that are idle awaiting investment You may withdraw a part or the j entireamount at any time a determination tasave you jare always welcome here Why not lend your money to thej ij bank As borrowers we stand ready to receive amounts as you can save fromtime to time We will pay you a regu lay rate of Interest on tnoney Well explain in detail if you will call at the bank r X THE BANK OF MT VERNON n INCORPORATED h VERNON KENTUCKYLcEcw 3 X 1 Mrs J Clayton Erb who with her sister is accused of murdering her husband tolda remarkable of ill treatment on the witness stand at Media pa FUNERAL AND Vernon Hearse sent MT KY tely With such your MT story OA TOa 34- J arathelh AMayskugi slnatue y lRheumatic PaIns re1Ived D 11M ItMU AUPai It1 4ia 3lS g5fc- if a y I V- VII 1Xar t I 3e8eD5Q Dp c r 3 II I i f Walk Over for Minw These Shoes walk over all They have no equal None as J good 350 and S4OOiI American Lady andmore and I it r r r 33PC3e3 RUBBERS R 111 RUBBERS X3CD tb i I L1I P363c v Men Women Children t We have best To buy you from sickness To buy them from us saves you m- oneyCLThTHINGl j L t sell the Come and buy your Christmas Suit frorrius and then you tesure of latest and correct styles We buy only the best clothing on the and buy them Game give usa Ib kwe have clothing store of the town ZJ F rightKIIIV T E rVlVT l yii j G K o fPhone S7 r Opposite Depot i I UT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY Jan 1909 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT 3 4iSUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on application MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASS0CIATIO HUMAN SKULLS HIS tARGET Claude Stalker was the original bad boyof the Mt Washington neighborhood if half of what the neighbors said about him is true What they said was plenty twice over to send him to Boonville here the state of Missouri has a feforntotorv Judge H L McCune made the order in the Juvenile Court yesterday It might not have gone so bad with Claude had he not shot and killed John Parks a playmate on Christmas Day The neighbors many of them said that Claude was- H and that he had been accepted for enlistment in the army subject to physical examination But the young man said he was 15 and so it was the reform school Put him away somewhere Judgepleaded the mother of Parks He has kMled my boy and there is danger for every childI in the neighbcrhood as long is there And then they began to go into Claudes past There was the story of many dime novels only the matter offact refer to them atI fiye cent novels for thats what they cost in these days Thf re was another tale of how the dad bad picked out a box car for his very own making a home and a fortress out of it And then there was a narrative of how the boywassetn with a gun Why sid A R 5g ad i y Ji7 4 justice of the Peace in Sugar Creek this boy dug skeletons from an old burying ground near Mt Washington He took the rings off the fingers The skulls he set up for targets for his rifle Some times he put a cigar or a cigarette in a hole in a skull and tried to shoot away the tobacco I have bad him in Court on complaint of the neighbors- A storekeeper of the neighbor hood related how he was going home one night when the boy halted him at the muzzle ofa rifle As soon as he saw the merchant plainly enough to recognize him he apologized for the case of mistaken identity In sentencing Judge H L McCune showed his enmity to the guntoting practice Said the Judge it ought to bea crime to point a gun at any one Im going to put a stop to thislcarrying of guns by boysKansas City Journal NEWS ITEMS The work of counting the 150 000 ballots cast in the national elec tion of the coal miners union in December bas begun at the United Mine Workers national headquar rs in Indianapolis The fight against the Alabama prohidition law was opened Satur day ina petition filed by lawyers of Montgomery in foe United States Court The petitioners are the Cook Brewing Company ofIndiana who allege that the law will mean a loss to them of 125000 a year in business Officials of the American motive Company in New LocoI nounced that the company had pur chased a plot of 730 acres of land at Gary Ind and that plans were being drawn for a new plant which when completed will give employI ment to from 12000 to workmenContributions to the fund fo the relief of the Italian earthquake sufferers which was started in meetingOfltbe No canvass has yet been made b the committee on solicitation an in less than two days there has TbeoI40rehis personal check for 200 The first contributor to the fund was a man rof Jewish faith r YurY t cI Representatives Patterson Lever and Legare Democrats of South Carolina will retain there seats in the House This decision was reached by the unanimous vote of the Elections Committee No i TuesdayAfter holiday lull the Gov ernments fight looking to the dis solution of the Standard Oil Corn pany of New Jersey was resumed in New York before Special Exam iner Frank no Ferriss The Franklin county grand jury returned thirty five indictments a gamsf Judge Charles E Boe form er claim clerk in the office ot the State Auditor charging forgery uttering forgery and defrauding the State with false vouchers The commission named by the to reccommend regulation for carrying out the pure food acts provisions as far as the labeling of whisky is conCernedwill report nex t week Important changes in the present rules probably will be reccommended but may not meet executive approval A dispatch from Greenburg says E E Perkins has resigned as Sher iff of Green county because of the decision of the United States preme Court making Green county liable for 250000 worth of bonds voted td aid in the construction of the Cumberland and Ohio Railroad inr 8 7I The State wide prohibition bill was introdrid in tie 1eubesee Senate by Senajurilady The bill is a practical reaffirmation of the fourmile law inow force with the exceptions tnfthe old law omitted Later it is understood a measure will be introduced prohibiting the liquorslinrenneseee d aiin the Police Court at Jackson motherrpeacee doII thdHargis has decided it is not to interfere with her sons pun ishmeol for the laws fr ctioJis since his returi lo Jackson young Hargis will remain ln jail J These Sheshave more comfort more style wear for ssmonev than any other shoe on the market 3OO 35OWe have a pair of American Lady Shoes in 0iWe do not want to sell this shoe but come in and ask to see them j i h z For and only the them saves We best the madeup market the L Courts t Claude I President Su alleged The leaders of the Burley Tobacco Societv voted themselves nice salaries at their meeting at Winchester which adjourned Wednes day The president is to get 5 ooo peryear anl expenses seven exec utive commit teemen 2000 each and expenses and fortythree dis trict chairmen jUpo a y ear each COMISSINERS SALE ROCKCATTLE CIRCUIT COURT James Proctor Admr of GA Proctor lecd Plaintiff Vs Com Sale Jones FishcrDefendants virture of a judgment and or Ider of sale of the Rockcastle Cir Court rendered at the Decem ber term there of 1908 I shall pro ceed to offer for sale at the front door of the court house in Mt Vernon Rockcastle County Ken tuck to the highest and best bid 2Strday of January 1909 between th hours of 9a m and 4 oclock p being regular county court day o credit of six months the following described property to wit A certain tract of land lying and being in the County of Rprkcastle State of Kentucky on the waters of Roundstone Greek and bounded as follows Beginning on a chest nut in Richard Proctors line thence N W astraight line to a large rock thence west withsaid rock on south side of IH Dooleys line now Robert Legeers lineI or11Tiferor Legeres line in line of J W Riddle thenc SLE with said J iV RjddlejS line where a corner was made a stone with two dog wood poplar hickory and beech pointers j 1kencesouth 5 poles W 10 poles with Riddles line to a cor ner of Soloman Griflinsa gum dogwood and black oak thence toRichardKW Riddles line thence with Rich ard K Proctors line upthe ridg north to the beginning and contain lug 40 acres more or less For the purchase price the par chaser m ust execute bond with ap psoved surety bearing interest from date of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a preepared to comply these terms G S GRTVFIN Master Cow Hockcastle Circuit Court cjLmr c aet ij Ohla0tf INDIGESTION ENDS You can eat anything your stomach craves without fear of a case of Indigestion or Dyspepsia or that your food will ferment or sour on your Stomach if you will occasionally take a little Diapepsin after eating Your meals will taste good and Anything you eat will be digested nothing can ferment or turn into acid or posin or stomach gas which causes Belching Dizziness a feel ing oT fullness after eating Nausea Indigestion like a lump of lead in stomach Billiousness Heartburn Water brach Pain in stomach and intestines or other symptoms Headaches from the stomach are absolutely unknown where this DiapepIa healthy stomach It digests your meals when your stomach cant theeleavesmsournGeta large 50 cent case of Pape si Diapepsin from your druggist and start taking today and by tomorrow YOU will actually brag apont your healthy strong Stomach for you then can eat anything and everything you want without the slight est discomfort or misery and every particle of impurity arid Gas that is in your stomach and intestines is going to be carried away without the use of laxatives or any other assistance It is announced in Paris that the Russian loan of 225 000000 recently authorized b theJUouma will be issued simultaneous at St Petersburg tarts and London QU January 23 The price of issue it isstated will be eightynine or ninety The rate of interest is 4 per cent andesUagthenjngt o the laws- for the protectionof then purity of elections were chief amp the recommendations in the annual message of Gov Hughes presented to the New York Legislature at its opening sessionf NATIGII aliagent for Danville Steam Laundry forwerlyrepresent- ed Jiv 0 Pr Sutton So leave your laundry at J T Adams store for Irst class work j WG McBs Agent Dauviile Steam Laundry 1 i Ii BARGAINS IN EVERYTHING AT A CHiatts Bargain Store Come and see what you can do for m cashor produce- Look out for Santa Clause He is coming A C HIATTfHIATT KENTUCKY i jC3 X3 GRANVILLE OWENS I IL1 W P dfts piapepsin to the digestive juice wp There will be no belching oia5or eructations of elump a t heartburn sick headad a abd biz ziness and rout food will njHei ment apd poison your breath with nauseous cders Papes Djapepsin costs only oi storeheestinatfr casu of Indigestion and IJp yet Stomach in five minutes There is nothing else bettter JQ take Gas from Stomaph and cleanse the stomach and iniestlnes and fep sides one triangule will digest ana prepare fpr assimmilation into the blood all your food the same as 3 sound healthy stomach would 4o U when Diapepsin works your stomach restsgets itself in order COMPLETE LINE Coffins Caskets and Robes All Mail Telegraph or Tele phone orders Filled Promptly i cleans upand then you feel like eajtiug when you go to the table arid what you eat will do you good Absolute relief from all Stomach asyduj sin Tell your druggist that you want Pipes Diapepsin because ofIndigostioir4 Sohibv Chas C Davis CASTQRIAr tQ Till m YM lla i A r 111B- gars tha lt atlliQtrf t rellevMIlitUee 1 r rII I hi r rn 1 Ao iLc RNON SIGNAL ItMTV KY Jan 8 1909 I 19 Call up No 79 when you want to Communicate With SIGNAL 79 0 f A rUaHVILLIt R11 ee TIME TABLE 22 north 124 P m 24 north l 348 a m 2south 124 pm 21 South 1220 am IAS LANDR ThI Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postoffice aa secondclass mail matt- erPERSOIIAt Dr M L Myers was m Lpuis yule yesterday GeO T Johnson made a business trip to Knoxville this week J C Adams made a business trip to LFoUette this week SuptG M Ballard made a business trip to Berea Monday Dr P Benton spent most of the crablOrcbardWilliam Mu1linS is soon to return to Mt Vernon and be a resident of the town Mrs W H Carmical spent Sunday with her brother Bart Sams at Pine Hill Hon Sam Ward was here this week looking after some important busi ness mattersjM-rs O V Jarrett returned yesterday from a visit to relatives t BrodheadCharlie the hustling N Agt at Livingston spent unday here Miss Ida May Adams is conduct ig her private school in puplic chool building- Dr DB Southard will open a new office in the Peoples Bank building in a few days S Fuqua the London liveryman came down Saturday and reports business good in his line J T ClotttzlssooVtbvbegin the erection ola nice residence in the Sparks and Davis addition Miss Katie Cass of Brodhead spent a few dPYs with her cousins Misses Butner at this place Miss Louana Whitehead returned Monday from a weeks visit with her brother Charlie at Livingston Mr and Mrs J H Reynolds of the Wildie section were in the first of the week having dental work done Robert Cbildrcssa son of the late John C Childress of Orlando will leave Sunday to locate in Okla homa R H Hamm and Granville Owens were pleasant visitors in our town between trains Sunday afternoon i i C D Sutton has resigned as clerk for U G Baker and Edgar Mullins has his place Marion Hamlin and his young wife will leave in the near future for Speedwell Tenn where they will go to housekeeping- Mr and Mrs Meshac Gentry spent Saturday and Sunday at the hospitable home of Mr and Mrs R L Smith near Hiatt I i W Wt Winkle was c ailed to Pensacola Fla last Friday by the serious illness of his son but on reaching his bedside found him betterlMr E R Davidson General Superintendent of the Turner Day Woolsworth Handle Co is here to see L T Welch the local rapresentation Mrs C R Baugh and childrern of London stopped for a few hours Monday while on her way to Deaf ming N Mexico where she will join her husband and make their future home Mrs Hunter who eras Mrs Ad kins widow of the Late Dr S W Adkins with her husband spent part of the week pith Dr and Mrs M L Myers lr Hunter is a wejltodo farmer of Tennessee- Frof F M tlbbankli wh has been vjsifing the ftimttYQf fqrtqb is home nejf Uarsbil W C last Saturday 4r Mars Qagksis successful tejchse and will to han ikely rakey his florae gays if he can fjnd him a wife he will sure oM r g ffi We are glad to see Fred Krueger out again afer weeks illness Master Bill Johnson was very sick for several days this week Mrs Kitty Smith is visiting her sister Mrs A W Soward at Barbdursville Miss Alire McCall of Maretburg has been the guest of Miss Montye Martin fora few days Miss Mary Jones of Wildie and her visitor Miss Penn of Illinoi s were in town shopping Monday Ms L T Welch received a let ter yesterday that an operation on his son Lary could likely be avoid ed Misses Georgie and Rose Mc Ferron spent a few days with their sister Mrs Edd Cox first of the weekMiss Bessie Miller has about recovered from small pox There are no new cases and absolutely no dan ger of furthur spread LOCAL 2oo buys a nice Black Derby Hat at J Fishs FOR SALEAsecond handed shingle machine Dec 253t Gus STAVERSON Ball Band rubbers and overshoes are the best On earth Get them only at J Fishs A biglot of the latest shades ot Mens Fat y Shirts just received aLl Fishs Best in town hit Vernon Lodge No 319 I O O F will purchase from the Ma sons the han over Christian Church Dr M L iVlyers will move his office over the Peoples Bank as soon as the building Is entirety completed t Mir and Mrs Neal Parrott are rejoicing over the arrival of a fine girl baby born last Saturday Mother and babe both doing well The board of Supervisors cotii posed of Messrs W T Smith W M McKinney j J Martin Peter Shutts and W M Adams are in session this week Hugh Miller is acting clerk of the board Mrs Annie E Miller postmistress has purchased from W T Smith his property on plain St opposite the P O and will re Arrange the Jmildtpg and move the post office in it about March ist We call attention to the an nouncement of J W Kincer for Superintendent of schools which appears elsewhere in this issue Mr Kincer is tine of the countys best young men and one of the countys most successful teachers Our town n arshall is having some good work done on Richmond St and Xewcomb Ave We hope toseemore improvements like this Let us suggest that Main St be covered again with screenings from Miller hotel to corner of court house yard In last weeks issue we failed to mention two weddings One was Mr Latayette Anderkin of Wildie to Miss Vir DeBord of Level Green The other Mr Ransom Coffey Jr of near Wildie to Miss Etna Haves of same place Bothof hese weddings occurred on Dec 24th The Signal wishes all these young people much happiness We overlooked the item of the accidental shooting of Golden Cummins a grandson of Mr Dick Cummins which occurredon Xmas eve night The ball struck him near the shoulder blade and so far the doctor have been unable to locate it but jit is not giving him much pain and we understand that he will soon be able to be out tagBtD Mr Bgrrispn Ramsey and Miss Bessie Gentry eloped to Jelico on the night ofctne 2ist and were married Mr Ramsey is a son of MrJoseeP1i Ramsey and ia splendid vpiitig man Mrs Rajnsev is the daughter of Mr and1tf8 Geo W Gentry and isa Very attractive CQuplehISiguatFOR RENT Store house located in the center f of Livingston Ky formerly accupied by Baker Wbitehead The business hereto fore has been roooo to 15000 per year This is a fine location for anyone wanting to go intothe merchandise business For further information address J T ADAMS Jap 32t Mt VernonKy Nefw e new building for the Peoples Bank rigs demonstrated his ability as tip architect as well sa contract QT The Peoples Bank building is orramenet IQ e a instrumental in its erection We hope how soon Mt Vernon may haveseycral raorelikejt iteL H I k I I iFIsI1u 4 f itjlothinShoes and Genfs Furnishings Phone 77 L MT VERNON J KY ii t TO MY FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS 3 I beg to extend thanks to my many friends and customers for the ICpatronage given during the year just closed I appreciate to the fullest extent the confidence and loyalty shown by the public and for the com c ing year will strive harder than ever to improve my service still furthes = feeling that the best is none too good for my customers GOOD NEWS FOR 1909 beginningIwith the Spring of 1909 this store will be headquarters for the ready forserviceclOth tailored by the Schwabs of St Louis 1909 will be an epoch in thehistory of mens dress in this community The clothes I made by the Schwabs of St Louis can do much toward developing better taste and smarter style in merits attire I am certain you willrecognize this fact after you see the arrival of the first styles of Spring that are now ant nouncements for betier clothes for J 909c d MAKE MY STORE HEADQUARTERS WHEN INTOWNc ia c 1c MT VBBNOWS LEA DIrIG CLOTHIER t n I = Overcoats at a bargain Up to to date styles at Fishs Good warm underwear at reduced prices at J Fishs Ask to see it- Be kind to vour feet Put them into a new Pair of Star Brand Shoes Get them at J Fishs They are best and cheapest Mt Vernon Ky Jan 6th 1909 fromIState Inspector W H Thatcher BradleyI to participate in the inaugural ceremonies of President Taft which promises tobe the most brilliant iu our history and to witness the initiation into membership of the United States Senate of our own gifted Bradley In compliment to the Senator the train will be known as the Bradley Special and the delegation will forma marching club to march in the inaugural parade on March 4th On the day following the delegation will witness the taking of the oath of office in the Senate chamber by Senator Bradley and on that afternoon or night the special train will leave Washington for Louisville 01I would like for all those who expect to go from this county to let me know at once so tnat I may be able to report the same to Mr Thatcher It is expected that all who make up the marching club will wear dark or Prince Albert coats white vests black ties white Bradley hats and each marcher will also wear an appropriate badge which will be furnished him and will carry a cane cutfrom the Lincoln farm The hats H11 be furnished as you board the train at Louisville Hjce the size of hat should be made known in desiredII First class be furnished and at seemingly nowI about twenty dollars Let me bear from anyone that desires to go so that I may give Mr Thatcher your name and apdressLet us h vetot good crowd from Rock astle and show great honor to our own den Bradley yei y truly yours GM B LiD r ft i Buy your Collars and Ties at J Fishs andy 1U will gat the new est and best FARM FOR SALE Located near Maretburg Ky containing ioo acres more or less with good dwelling house and out buildings 5 acres in orchard 15 acres in grass 8 acres in timber the remainder in good cultivation andasgood water as there is in the country C C METCALF JanJtf BEE LICK Rain is all you can hear from the farmer nowRussell Scott is on the sick listMisses Mamie and Minnie Chappell and Sarah Vren of Lincoln county visited their teacher Mr W L Scott and family Saturday and Sunday WE Taylor has gripOttie Delaney and wife will leave for In diana soonChas Lewisand wife of Garrard countv spfent the holidays with his brother James Lewis Morris Taylor calls very frequent ly at James Cummins He a candidate for matrimony or a dear lover of chicken you know we cant always some tfmes tell fames Lewis visited his mother Martha Coleman at Cincinnati la- sweekM E Owens and James Albright are taking a course iu blacksmithingunderour able smith John StringerW L Scott closed a very successful term of school in Lincoln county on Dec 31St His school was among the largest in county having a census of 98 pupils of which 93 wereenrolled during the term leather Owens con templates building some dwellings in the near future William Scott thinks he is the leading farmer i this section because he began plow lug Monday and was the firstrto ut ter the gee haw at the hegii din of the new year Lewis Foster and wife fprmeriy Miss Alle Taylor left for Lancaster Monday where they will make their future home The entire omm unity wishes the m succ e and happiness Miss Docia Rey pold and mother are very feeble st t this writing It seems that the correspondents from Brodhead and Quail are about to lock hirnsovei the R J theway B-rodheadt r accuses Quail of not knowing anything about R F D y because he never lived on one It seems as though the same cat gave Bro head ai scratch Rev Todd failedto fill BetheliSundayJ ues selling merchandise he says at costJackson Scott is making an addition to his dwelling James Harness got his face badly burned by experimenting with powder dur ing the holidays Elbert Abbott has moved from the D BSouth ard residence to his home near Buck creek Mr Abbott taught school in this section QUARTERLY REPORT Of the Bank of Mt Vernon at theclose of business on the 31st day of December 19 8JRESOURCES 78ooU4qverdrafts Due from National Banks 1299626 1443209SpecieCurrency 442600 f f5649154 42025Current Total 115 75966 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in in cash 1500000 650000tDeps subject to chk on winch tn is pd 45 286 23 J Time cert of dep on which in is pd 4628865 f 9157485 Bills rediscounted 160000 SUPPLIMENTARY 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 annor o c r su indebtedness exceeds lOpeI cent of paid up capital stoclcof bank See See NogDoes amount of indebtedness of any person company pr firm including the liability of the company or firm the thererof exceed 30 per cent of paid up capita and actual surplus No t5ovs00 Were all expenses losses interest and taxes deducted therefrom before declar ling dividend and was not lest than ip per cent of net profits of the bank fort thePeriodcaveredbythellividend car tied to the surpllua fu lidocesaid divi rend dcIared s4e Sec X JStatit A rs 4 Are any branch institutions being con ducted by your bank No Hasyour institution yet started busi ness in its trust department No Total a 11575966 STATE OF KENTUCKY Count of Rockcastle J ss W L Richards Cashier of The Bank Mt Vernon abank organized igoolocated and doingjnisiness iu the town of Mt Vernon in said county being duly sworn says the foregoing report is in all respect a true statement of the condition of said 31dayknoledge and belief and further says that the business of said bank has been transacted at the location named and not elesewhere that no branch banks are being conducted by said bank and that the above report is made in compliance with an received from the 3lstdaysuch report shall be made W L Richards Cashier- C C Williams Geo Livesay and S H Martin Directors byw1909 A B FURNISH Notary Public KyMy Jan 6 1910 Born to the wife of J S Ed monds a fine girt baby WANTED White oak and hick ory timber delivered at Mt Vernon Eor prices see L T WELCH Agent Turner Day Woolsworth Handle Cos How To Gain Flesh Persons have been known to gainapoundadaybytaldngan ounce of Scotts Emulsion It is strange but it often happens Somehow the ounce produces the pound it seems to start the digestive machinery going properly so that the patient is able to digest and absorb his ordinary food which he could not do before and that is the way the gain is made A certain amount of flesh Is necessary for health If you have not got it you can get it by taking SCOTTS EMULSION Send tbadvertisemeat teoeer with name of paper ta which k appears your address and cmte to cover eu and we Will send 1Ieu s wWertj y Aths eE the World BOWNE 4W Pearl St New York J f C03IJIISSIOMRS SALE ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COUR IV Nannie Hunt c Plaintiffs Vs Com Sale Virgil Hunt c Defendants By virture of judgment and or r der of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court rendered at the December term thereof 1908 I shall proceed Jto offer for ae at the front door of the court house in Mt Vernon Rockcastle county Kentucky to the highest and best bidder at pub 4 lic auction ou Monday the 25 day of Jan 1909 between the hours of 9 oclock a m and 4 oclock pm being regular County Court day on a credit of six months the tot lowing dtcTibedproperty to wit Located in Rockcastle CountyjKentucky bounded on the noith by the land of George Burton ou the east by the lands of John S and James Purcell on the south by the lands of Nannie Hunt and on the west by GeorgeiBurton and containing 14 acres more or less and known as the Jesse landMFor the purchase price the phr chaser must execute bond with ap proved surety bearing interest from day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a judgment Bidders must he pre pared to comply with these terms G S GRIFFIN Master Corn Rockcastle Circuit Court 0 In twenty four hours after being leleased from jail at Irvine on bond Bach Hargis recently tried at that place for the murder of his father yroceeded to his home in at Jackson and made things lively It is alleged that he eot drunkand shot up the town He was arrested after an all night debauch and pla ced in Jail VViIJrrES r am Vermifuge THE WORIi REMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TONI IMITATIONS AYBiI Ca- 4T LOUD MO r r If jX jjc I I r t Continued from first pagerIas w isafdWrriroiidi Fort Myer Va in August a speed of 1916 miles an hour on n two hour trip and was bought by the war department for 0000 Both the panAnglican conference and the Lauibeb conference at London went on record for socialism The Methodist general conference at Balti mor took advanced ground for indus trial reforms and prohibition but re fused to change the code of discipline The Episcopal diocese of New York made a working arrangement with organized labor On the other hand the American Catholic society sharply con demned socialism The first assem bling of the Catholic hosts in this country took place in Chicago in No vember the occasion being the celebra tion of the transfer of the United States from a mission country to a IIchurchwere seen first in the warm inteIchanges between the Methodist Episcopal conference at Baltimore and the Methodist Protestant conference at Pittsburg in the union motions be tween the latter and the Congregation al and United Brethren in the union favored by the Presbyterian general conference at Kansas City with the Reformed church anti finally in the first meeting of the great federal council of the Churches of Christ in ATner lea at Philadelphia in December This council also took advanced ground for practical social reforms American athletes won a majority of the events in the Olympic games at London in July John Hayes being the Marathon winner In November he was beaten by Dorando in Madison Bquare Garden New York and on Dec 15 at the same place Dorando was eaten by Longboat the Canadian In Clan The baseball lenders were the thlcago Cubs and the Detroits Famous persons who lied in 1908 were Charles Emory Smith Edmund G Stedman Edward A McDonald August Wilhelmj Louise tIe la Ramee Oulda Redfleld Proctor senator from Vermont William Plnck ney Whyte senator from Maryland William B Allison senator from Iowa Francois Coppee Henry C Potter Murat Halsted Joel Chandler Harris Bronson Howard Ira D Sankey Dan lei Colt Gilman Charles Eliot Norton Donald G Mitchell Grover Cleveland Henry CampbellBannerman and Vie torlen SardonICURED OF LUNG- TROUBLE It is now eleven years since I had s narrowescapefrom consump tion writes C O Floyd a leading business of Kershaw S C 1 had run downin weight 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 kwhen my cough and lung trouble t 7T Were entirely gone and I was re stbrrd to my normal weight 175 ponnds Thousands of persons are healed every year Guaranteed at Chas C Davis drug store soc and 100 Trial bottle free FOUNDA circle saw For par ticulars address or call OUt M SINGLETON Jan i3t Mt Vernon Ky Mount Vernon Monumental WORKS IManufacturer ofand and Granite Monuments ofall kinds Estimates furnished I on application GEO OWENS Propr COMMISSIONERS sJJKOCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT John Owens Alfred Owens Sara Sowder C C Owens Dora Cummins Della Adams M E Owens Andrew 0 Nens Rebecca Hysinger Emily Grif fin Gal Owens and John Owen Admr of WI Owens deceased1 v plaintiffs Vs Com Alfred Owens SaleIBy virture ofa j or der of sale of the Rockeastle Circuit Court rendered at the Dec term thereof 1908 I shall proceed to offer for sale at the front door of the coust house in Mt Vernon Rock castle County Kentucky to the highest and best bidder at public auction on Monday the 25th day of January 1909 between the hours of 9 oclock a m and 4 oclock p m being regularcounty coUrt day on a credit of six months the following described property to wit A tract of land bounded on the north by the land ot the Louisville Nashville Railr ad Company right ofway on the east by the lands of Cal Owens J B Livesay and Joe Roberts on the south by the lands of S D Lewis Giles Whitaker and M E Owens on the west by the land of M E Ow ens and containing about 160 acres And is located in Rockcastle Coun ty KvFor the purchase price the pur chaser must execute bond with ar proved surety bearing interest from date of sale until paidand having the force and effect of a judgment Bidder must be pr par el to comply with these terms G S GRIFFIN Master Com Rockcastle Circuit Court HOW TO CURE- CHILBLAINS To enjoy freedom from chil blains writes John Kemp East Otisfield Me I apply BucklenS Arnica Salve Have also used it for salt rheum with excellent results Guarteed for fever sores indolent ulcers piles bums wounds frostbites and skin diseases 250 at Chas C Davis drug store Why Suffer If you suffer pain from any cause Dr Mies Anti Pain Pills will relieve it and leave no bad after effects Thats the impor tant thing Neither do they create a habit More often the attacks become less frequent or disappear altogether Dr Miles AntiPain Pills have no other effect except to relieve pain and quiet nerv ous irritation- We are never without Dr Miles AntiPain Pills My husband and son aged 15 were always subject to sick headache until we began using these Pills and they have broken them up entirely Dont think they have had to use them for six months I recommend them to every one A few weeks ago I heard an old lady friend was sick 1 went to see her She was down with LaGrippe and nearly crazy with awful backache I gave her one of the AntlPjiin Pills and left another for her to take In a short time They helped her right away and she says she will never be without them again Last winter tny husband was taken with pluerlsy on both sides and I know he would have died If It hadnt been for the Pills In less than half an hour he was sweating and went to bed and slept MRS G H WEBB- Auftinburg Ohio Your druggist sells Dr Miles Anti Pain Pills and we authorize him to onryIfMiles Medical Co ElkhartInd WilBUR R SMITH BUSINESS COLLEGE Successors to Commercial College of Kentucky University LEXINGTONt KYt EDUCATE FOR A SITUATION BOOKKEEPING BUSINESS PHONOGRAPH TYPEWRIT ING TFLEGPAPHY taught REFERENCE Thousands of successful graduates including 200 in banks 200 officials A GRAND OPPORTUNITY for ambitiusand energetic young men and women to qualify themselves ford higher and more lucrative1 field of usefulness BUSINESS COURSE consists of bookkeeping business arithmetic penmanship commercial law merchandising7bariiJing Joint stock I manufacturing etc ectures business practice mercantile correspondence SHORTHAND TYPEWRITING TELEGRAPHY are specialties have special teachers and rooms and can be taken alone or with the business course SPECIAL COURSE of merchanes bookkeeping 35 oo No vacation Enter now Graduates successful Three roomsfor ladies Lady teachers Over 100 ladies in attendance the past year including j the daughters of merchants ministers bankers Tarmers etc Good boarding homes College open day and night Begin now jrJf particulars address v30 WHXBURR SMITH Pj i Lexington sf ti ro Ji cANJSOUNtJE Jjrrs t FOR C6UNTTJUOCE We era authorized to announce G M BAttAHD as a caiylulate for County judge of Kockcastle County subject toj the action of the Republican party For County Attorney We are authorized to announce W A HAMMOND as a candidate for County Attorney of RoCk astle County subject to the action of the Ropublican primary For County Court Clerk Weare authorized announce G T JOHNSON as a candidate for Coun ty CourtClerk abject to the action of the Republican party Tear o authorized to announce FELIX BOwMAN as a candidate for County Court Clerk suject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce W T FRENCH as a candidate for County Court Clerk of Rock county subject to the action of the Republican par ty Ve are authorized to announce VICTOR C TATE as a candidate for County Court Clerk of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce J F NICELEY as a candidate for County Court Clerk ofRock castle County subject- t the action of the Republican party FORJAILER We are authorized to announce CAM MULLINS as a candidate for Jailer Rockcastle Couhtv subject to the action of the Republican party We arc authorized to announce A TAYLOR as a candidate for Jailer of Rdckcastle County subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to ajmounce CHAS K CARMICAL as a candidote for JAL ER of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce TIP- LANGFORJ as a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican PrimaIIWe are SWiN ORD as a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle subject to the action of the Republican Primary We are authorized to announce DANIEL C PONDER as a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle County subjectto the ac tion of the Republican primary We are authorized to announce W S ROBINS asa candidate for Jailer of Rockcrstle County subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce CAR ROLL MARTIN as candidate fo Jailer of Rockcastle County subjectto the ac tion of the Republican party For Superintendent f Schools We are authrizedto announce J D McFERRON as a candidate for Superin tendent of Public Schools of Rock astle County subject to the action of the Republican primary We are authorized to announce E R GENTRY as a candidate for Superintend ent of School Rcckcastle county subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce J W Superintendel1t ty subjecto the action of the Republican partySFOR ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce W BAKER as a candidate for As sessor of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican party For Circuit Court Clerk We are authorized to announce GEO R ROBINSON as a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican Pri are authorized to announce HUGH MILLER a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Rockcastle County subject to action of the Republican mary We are authorized to announce SHER MAN CHASTEEN as a candidate lot Circuit Court Clerk of Rockeastle County subject to the action of the Republican primary SIMPLE REMEDY FGR LAGRIPPE Racking lagrippe coughs that may develop in pneumonia r night are quickly cured py Foleys Honey and Tar The sore and inflamed lungs are healed and strengthed and a dangerous con dition is quickly averted Take only Foleys Honey andTarin the yellow package Sold by Chas C Davis Representative Theodore E Burton was Saturday chosen Republican nominee for United States Senator from Ohio by the joint caucus The election will be held January 12 There is no case oi record of a coughcold or lagrippe developing intorpneumonia afer Foleys Hon ey and Tar have been iaken as it cures thu most obstinate and deep seated coughs and7 colds Why take any thingelce Sold by Chas C Davis OArORXAJIll Hais ilt =ft KILLTHi COUCH AMP CURE IHB LUNGS lSNaill FOIJ cgeBr r ol I GUi2AXTZDIThJEjQkONi3it r ol ti Th 2 Cairo Ky of Ille HejTdersnn Gleaner basl- ft1ndoutmore about December tfiaii I hadever dreamt wm icno vn but L believed it all to he true be cause iris description of those born in December is an admirable pict ure of the winter whose birth dis tinguished that month and whose oareer h sheen one of its longest frosts But why didnt 1 hear about that goose before The glorious December with the dear Christ child in her arms mistletoe in her hand and the holly on hT bro v is the queeti month of all the year This month is very interesting in many ways The name December comes from the Latin word decern- meanipgten It was formerly the the tenth month of the year but 713 B C it was made the twelfth month The Angl Saxous called it winter month Capricornus is the zodiacal sign for December Hereare two quaint proverbs relative to Christmas day f If Christmas day on Monday be A great winter that year youll see And full of winter both loud and shnllr If Christmas day face Upon Friday know all That winter shall be easy Saver great winds aloft shall fly The summer also shall be dry According to the calendar Christmasday falls on Friday in this 1908 and the summer was certainly dry If ycu were born in December your taste would be artistic and generally so luxurious that you will find it extremely bard to live within your income You will be highminded honest sympathetic and generous You will u thesitate to start the greatest undertakings and you will crave appreciation above all things else Married in days of Decembers cheer Loves star bnrns brighter from year to year The December birth stone is the turquoise which signifiespros perity Tne holly meaning do mestic happiness belongs especially to December You are warned that at will be extremely unlucky to taste of goose or partake of an y kindof medicine whatever on the last day of December Winter be gins tuesday the 22d II Many little lives have been saved by Foleys and Tar for coughs colds croup and whooping cough It is the only remedy for- infittitsand children as it contains noopiates or other narcotic drugs and childJen like Foleys Honey ad Tar Careful mothers keep a bottle in the house Refuse substi tufes Sold by Chas C Davis Baby jo won cr if yoix liveHID1B- AtLARDS HOREHOUND SYRUP Pleasauttotake ld results nothinglnjurioualie IALL PULMONARY DISEASES Mrs J C Jenkins Denver Colo say enoqgh forBallardB Hore hound Syrup It has cured my baby of croup and my children of severe Coughs I know no better medicine 2lc SOc and 100 Ballard Snow Liniment Co ST XOUIS MO Sold and Recommended by ChasvC Davis aRrH Laxative FraU 8yrtip- PIaiantto tak Doctr cone tipation by restoring tht naturalactiori of ieiitoin ach liver and bowels lIefu u1iuss IOee SS4yCbsCDaviLI RISULU f1ON S OitthSPELT 0 Wheieasjtbe great and Sl1I remeI Ruler of the t1Dierse1i 1s in His infinite wisdom removed from amon and esteemed J1Meyersthe long and relation held within him it is appreeldation First that the sudden removal of such a life from our midst leaves willibemembers of this tent Second That with a sympathy with the bereavedI relatives of the deceased we express the hope that even so great loss to all may be overruled for good bY1 Him who doeth all things well Third That a copy of these resolutions be spread upon the records of Bnllitt Tent a copy be sent to the bereaved family and a copy be sent to the Mt Vernon SIGNAL which is published in his home town TONEY S HATCHER Record Keeper J T GENTRY J T PAYNE Bnllitt Tent 46 Ky If yov will until the bawels you will noihave constantly as ative positively constipation leasant to take Typhoid fever at1 =Messina and fear that an t a start that will be ond the e Ireports say that dis entary which is as dangerous as f WeuyFURS Hides and Ban any t tUpctng 1856 caa St ll oa Boiip of KE MYERSpastcom L A ij Me use They to all and and C Office tory All D weolMT No V J and Also Cl j and A by a Dentist At Residence- on Old Main Street VERNON KY tW guaranteed IcMT VERNON KY JfirOFFICE On 2nd floor o Th Bank of Mt Vernon on Church stteetSpecial attention giverr tocpllections PhQneNoSo L 3 G M CilfT Undertaker Embalmer Complete LINE of Caskets Robes c Ordels by T iepnone attend ed proniptly Stetnfprd 3y 5L II cim4i Promotes Digestioncl1ee w ness and RestContainsne1thct OpiuntMorphiite norhu ta- LNOTNARCOTIC I Rgr4ok1JAs4M7zFrIUJlI kilyfrSdfa4vesenf rLci4Q A erfectBeiuedyforCansnpa racErS Exact CoPY of Wrapper j CASTORIA For Infants And Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature ofJt- Jo i U s e for Over 10 Thirty Year- sCASIOWA c 5cd t WINTER GOODS J s when you wantgood StlOS or good Clothing remember ware headquarters for the best j v Bad shoes cal1sevetfeMaDawetfeet Ii brings on pnbumonia Buy your shoes of usandavoid this trouble and danger J McKENZtEON I L Phone 98 1o The New IJ Stor4I t v Y iGo to Carmicdls for p Fresh O5rstersCoconuts Grapenuts j7PlneAppLeE COCO Table Jelly Prunesj Q Figs Raisonsj Shreaded Wheat Evap h orated Pairs Ice Cream Tell0 Baked Beans Beefsttakand Meats ofall kinds All goods delivered in town When 1 want groceries call Phone 56rlw H GARMGAL Next door to Bank of Mt Vernon Mt Vernon Kentucky s Cramps I Thousands bfladies suffer agonies everycmontli If you do stop aind think Is it natural l Emphati Ically and pogitiylljNO J Then make up your jolcd to prevent or cure needless suffering I JA E l cJRouIIi I5 32 it wm Help you I sffred 9 ys1jvrites irs SaliliJ HPS kips of Gary Ky tiou Jld wou1d- fliyn cralpp todeatp i 3iy btl k Jtpdfnil would Uarly jne wit ipajn J tried 9vrything 10 get rTef but failed and at last began to stake Cs dul Nw I call do iy housework oaseaird ITe 4 jav4ui the praise fpr th b 911J nJ9Yv rry AT Jtt L D2Vf STO ES r 5i t t 55