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Digital page images are linked to the text file. j L Published Every F Friday r r I- 1Uu tnnn ionIJ iVOLUME XXII MT VERNON ROOKOASTLE COUJSTY KY FRIDAY JAN 1909NUMBRI7 ir r III Ii Kentucky Qle ning 1 Most ImportaBt News Gat redrro All Prt f the State r CAPITAL NOTES FRANKFORT Grand Jury Probing Judge C E Booe who was sentenced to the penitentiary for stealing from the state was taken before the grand jury Considerable anxiety is felt to ascertain why he was taken be fore the jury and further sensations are expected Auditor James Wants Extra Session State Auditor Tames declared that Gov Wilson should call an extra season of the legislature free of any en tanglements to pass a county unl local option bill He says the republican party in Kentucky is pledged to pass the bill- Governor Issues a Requisition Oov Willsoii issued a requisition on Oov Marshall of Indiana for the re turn of John ih Richardson to Louis ville to face a robbery charge It waa expected that when Indiana elected a democratic governor the first requt sition from Kentucky would be for W S Taylor and Charles Finley but in the change of offices the governor ot Kentucky is a republican Will Cause Radical Change J G Crabbe superintendent of pub lie instruction has received opinions approved by Attorney General Breath Ht that will make radCal changes in conducting common schools In one it is held that no teacherhas the right to share in the school fund unless that teacher has a certificate of qualifica lion from a board of examiners In another it is held that it is the duty of the state superintendent to withhold any part of the school fund due any city or school district for noncomplt nee with all tile school laws Chinn Ta L fok After Racing Interests Col Jack P Chinn of Harrodsburg has been nominated for representative on the democratic ticket As chairman of the state racing commission he will he able to do valuable service to the Horsemen He drafted the racingcom mission bill and bad it passed Clean milt Given Insurance Company l e t JuJslte J1 tnftted to Insurance Commissioner C W Bell the result of his examination of the Inters ut ern Life Insurance Co ot Louisville in which he says he found the company in good condi Lion Chosen Te Carry Electoral Vote The democratic state electors selected Rob L Thornbury of Campbells yule messenger to carry the 13 votes of Kentucky Washington to be cast in theelectoral college for Bryan and Kern They adopted resolutions com mending the partys leaders Reports of a Break Denied It has been strongly intimated lately that members of the governors otti cSal family were ready to declare war nn him because they have not been advised with about matters that have recently come up but Gov Willson ays such repprts are groundless Booe Found Guilty Judge C B Booe of Flemingsburg former assistant auditor and claim clerk was sentenced to the peniten tiary for five years in the Franklin cir cult court on the charge of forgery He waived arraignment confessed his guilt and asked for mercy Traction Companies Score a Victory Traction companies won a sweeping Tictoryin this state when the state railroad commission ordered the CIa cinnati Southern Railroad Co to make suitable connection with the Blue- GrasS Traction Co at Georgetown The effect of this decision is that the steam transportation lines throughout the state must make connections with the electrlc traction lines and in the future car load lots and half car load lots will be delivered along the lines of the electric roads Louisville KyThe Louisville Bowl- Ing association elected the following officers for the ensuing year Flaming G Harper president E B AddIson vice president Joseph Kuhn second vice president Jesse Vollmer secrer tary and treasurer Louisville will probably vote for Milwaukee for the 1910 tournament and for Garry Herr mann as president of the X B C Lexington KyThe fiscal court for Fayette county foceo the rate of taxation for 1909 at 47 centson ea h 100 taXable property with an additional 3 centS per 100 for school purposes om all prop rty lying outside the ity- iImItand county expins w17355O Burkesvllle Ky Lillborn Phelps an attorney of Jamestown has an nounced hisiicandldacy for the repubr llca nomination to represeat the Six teenth district In the state senate So far he has no opposition q Owen boro KyT iS Anderson om def Indictment for wrecking the Ja vless County Bank and Trust Cb gave notice to CohunohWea1ths Attorney lilngo iht Jtewill apply for a change of remfe atrthe special term of co rt tjiat convenes Owenahoro to try the charges affxihfit him = twOR- d 3IXitiifrIl Paris KyAsixfOot rise in Stoner creek as the resultcf recent rains has ytit the water supply of Paris on a sure oasis The treek is sfill rising Owingsvill KyFIre here destroyed three buddings a clothing store furniture store and barber shop wIth contents Less is 25000 Insurance about 15000 Somerset KyDr Samuel Scott a prominent physician and nephew of Senator William O Bradley was ad judged insane and taken to the Central asylum Grief over the death of his brother is probably the cause Covington XyThe annual report of police department shows 1548 ar rests safekeepers 1132 misdemeanors felonies drunks etc 1534 fines collected 1516 The department has hut 46 night and day patrolmen for a population of abcut 60000 people sal aries 5278150 Louisville Ky Believing that the passage of the proposed postal savings bank law would be prejudicial to the smaller banks concentrating too much money in the government vaults the Kentucky Bankers association will oppose its passage and a committee was appointed for that purpose Stearns WyThe LxTngton com pany of the state guard under Capt Jones who have been icing duty here were relieved and returned home Careful investigation caused officers to be fully convinced that Brry Simp Son and his gang have left the state and no further trouble is feared Lexington kyThe shocking news was received here that Clarke Tandy one of the most brilliant and widely known young men of this city anti nephew of Dr Clarke had been found dead in his bed at the Collegiate Preparatory school at Lawrencevihle- N J in Mr Tandy had ten days ago assumed the duties of an in structor Lexington KyIn circuit court Bill Britton of Breathitt county charged with the assassination of James Cock rill at Jackson was dismissed the rosecutcr believing conylctionlmpos 5iule This wipes out all indictments or murder in Breathitt county casea on the Payette docket having been brought here on change of venue Brltton was sentenced here to life im prisonment fOr the Cockrin murder but the appcllat court gave him a new trial Lexington CyIt1aj David H Cas tleman owner of Clifton farm Shaker town Ky and son of Gen John B Gas lleman of Louisville will leave here for Cuba to become the general man ager of an extensive plantation cated neat RahiaHonda 50 miles west of Havana The plantation is owned by a company of American capitalists and is to be devoted to the breeding of saddle horses and mules and to the raising of tobacco and citrus fruit on an extensive scale Paducah hAlf H Cardin cf New Albany Ind until recently a resident of Crittenden county Kentucky filed suit in the United States court hero against William Neal and 100 other al- l ged night riders of Marshall Critten den Caldwell Trigg and Lyons cotta ties for 16000 damages Cardn claims the men burned his tobacco warehouse at View on the night of February 8 1908 and compelled him to leave the tj1te Cardin ten years ago ran for governor on the populist ticket Paducah Ky Under Section 160 of the constitution Circuit Judge W Reed decided that George Walters democrat was legally city treasurer of Paducah and John J Dorian repui lican was an usurper Both have been filling the office After Dorian was elected in November 1907 the vas tier of his eligibility arose Walters was etectPtl last Novenber anj suel to oust Dorian Judge Reed held that no official handling public money was eligible to succeed himself An appeal was taken Barbourville KyThe United Mine- Workers of America may take charge of the defense of the miners at Stearns charged with defying injunction and engaging in a battle with federal officers on Christmas day Attorney B B Golden who has had charge of the litigation involving union miners in this end of the state went to Stearns at the solicitation of the Unied Mine- Workers of America and will investlt gate the situation It was an attempt to tiaionize the Stearns plant that led to the difficulty Christmas day CoYington KyJudge Harbeson sustained a demurrer to the petition of the delinquent tax collector in the s ait of the collector against the Unit 4 States Express Co holding the city of Covington tins not the right to at BffiSta franchise tax against the com pany Sharpsburgr KyJolmapcl PJk Manley farmers of this sectIonl12v received word that the government bi issued vouchers for 135forhonts they surrendered in the civil war They were in the confederate army O AJUwys BwM t QjD t LANGFORD Thomas Eagan and family will iqve to Dr Lew property xudwn as the Prewitt fanh in the learfufure We regretto lose such a splendid family from our nrdst hut trust that the change will be for their welfare Miss Myrtle Bryant closed her school at this plate last Saturday and was a most successtul term Mrs T A Cqfley who has been on the sick tit for several days we are gird IP say is better She has been confined to her bed since 1t August AV H Braker is selling lotsvpf got dand doing a good business with his saw mill Little Margerie and Mamie Baker are reported ei v sick with whooping cough The little babe ofMr aid Mrs Elmer Coffey is reported very sick but better at this time =Our gocd citizen Geo Tdylor who has been sick for many months continues about tbe sameElmer Coffey will soon have his new house completed Some little preparation has been made for the repar work to be done on church house at Humel We hope to see the house fixed as it should be LitttleWiliie Kirby of Mt Vernon spent last week with her aunt Mrs W H Baker William Jor don has gone to Dauviile where he expects to makehis future home Little Clyde Baker spent Sun day with relatives in Mt Vernon SB Ramsey and familyfof Mt Vernon spent several days with relatives near here Jesse Proctor is erecting a new dwellingBub Tuipin will be the the Mill boss for the Kentucky Freestone Co next seasonMr and Mjs Mar vel Cofley are both veiY feeble The little girl of Mr and Mrs Geo Griffin stuck a needle in its foot about two weeks ago and so far hve been unable to get it out but f rtunateJy it notgivingthelit tie one any pain t ISTOMACH DISTRESS ought to keep some Diapepsin in the house as any one of you may have an attack of Indigestion or Stomach t ouble at anytime day or night This harmless preparation will digest anything you eat and over come a sour stomach five minutes afterwardsIf meals dont tempt you or what little you do eat seems to I fill you or la s likea lump of lead In your stomach or if you have heartburn that is a sign of Indi gestion Ask your Pharmacist for a 5ocent case of Papes Diapepsin and take one triangule afteJ supper tonight There will be no sour risings no belching of undigested food mixed with acid no stomach gas or heartburn fullness or heavy feeling in the stomach Nausea Debilita ting Headaches Dizziness or Intestinal griping This will all go and betides there will no sour feed left over in the stomach to poison your breath with nauseous odors Papes Diapepsin is a certain cure for all stomach misery because it will take bold of your food and digest it just the same as if your stomach wasnt there Actual prompt relief for all your stomach misery is at your Pharmacist waiting for you These large 50 cent cases contain more than sufficient to cure a case of Dyspepsia or Indigestion If opportunity offeis either to day or tomorrow Senator Carter will call up the postal saving bank bill and either then or some day following will attempt to have the Senate fix a day for voting upon it In this effort he will not be im mediately successful There is sharp opposition to the bill in the Senate WISE COUNCIl FROM THE SOUTH I want to give some valuable ad Hice tp those who suffer with lame back and kidney Irouble says J R Blarikenship of Beck TennH I have rrpved to an absolute cer tainty that Electro Butters will pos tiely pure this distressing condi ion Thp ffrt bottle gave me grea relief and after faking a few mon bottles I was completely cured so completely that it becomes a pleas utQ recpmmond this remedy Solicit per guaratee at Chas C Davis drugstore Pricc5Pcvf BKODHEAD fMiss Ada Wesley has returned to her home at Liberty after speed ing three weeks nere with her grandmother Mrs MS Durham C C Cable left tpdy for after speeding fouiweeks CubaI his mother Mrs L B Misses Katie and ji Annie Uass visited their sister Mrs L B Hilton at Stanford this week The Citizens RInk at this place declnred their uuajB per cent dividend and also placed a good amount to surplus John E and Vm T Evans lef Tuesday fora three weeks trip through north eastern Kentucky Mrs Arch Brown and children returned to their home at Corbin after spending two weeks here with friends and relativesMiss Elizabeth Storms of Keavy Ky is a charming visitor of Mrs Lou StCtrmsM B Bo vliug spent a portion of last week in Richmond and BereaW A Tyree is now greatly domiciled as proprietor of the Frith hotel and males i No hostWe are glad totsay iha Mrs Susie B Cherry stable tobe out gain after two weeks illness N Giles Carter formerly of this city but now of Friendsville Tenn was here a few days of last week to see his brother Dr W F Carter Giles has resigned his place as Cashier of State Bank at Friends yule Tenn and will take charge of she Tellico Bank Trust Co at Tellico Plains Tenn with a very large increase in salary We certainly are always feiad to know of our boys doing better Rev and Mrs C O1wilson are preparing to leave our town anjd will move to Lincoln county We certainly can recomend them to their new place The supper at the Masonic Hall last Monday night drew a large crowd and a big time was had RELGIQUS AUTHORS lATSMEN1 For several years I was afflicted with kidney trouble and last winter I was sud nly stridkeu with a se vere pain hmy kidneys ann was confined ti bed eight days nniible to get up without assistance My urine contained a thick white sedi ment and i passed same frevuently day and nght I commenced taking Foleys Kidney Remedy and the pain gradually abated and finally ceased and my utine became nor mal I cheerfully recommend Foleys Kidney RemedySold Chas C Davis recommend Perana a good lOAN for chronic catarrh of the stomach and bowels I been troubled with iteyerely for over ayear and also a cough Now my cough is all gone and all the distressing symptoms of catarrh of the stomach and bowels have disappeared I will recommend it to all as a rare remedyMrsP E Little Tolpno Ill Ifr HAD catarrh of the stomach bowels and lower interaaVprgans Had great deal of pain in my right hip which felt like Also pain la jr internal organs The water was highly colored my was weak wae epwitipated and rerr restless jcommenced to tefce Pernaa accord in1Q directions and began to improve I have taken tea feottliw btPeruna and think I We apk- 1iIlalLI1xc ii w who The iJOHN Tenn John is one of noblest sons we to see him make a Rockcastlesi vhich he so greatly ODD BY PRODUCTS OF CHEESE Champaign paper pearl buttons in the manufacture of cheese From the casein or whey from the skim milk cheesemakers have evolved a means of manufacturing an article aqual to the best imported champagne a button equal to the best pearl ever found in the Mississippi River and a gloss paper which rivals the product of Wis consin paper mills Only in the last year has this new field been opened to cheesemakers Formerly the casein was thrown away or given to hogs When the seventeenth annual convention pf the Wisconsin = Cheesemakerss Association opens in Frei Gemeinde Hall the manutacture of the new bypro ducts will be discussed = Andlher product comparatively = new In the commercial in connect ion with the dairy interests is an article known as whey butter This is a butter that has been made from skim milk and as a substitute for real butter is said to answer all tests of the real article except that it does not pass the present pure food laws Otherwise whey butter is said to contain all tht beneficial ingredients supposed to be found in the best creamery procuct Milwaukee WisconsinI STAUNCH FRIENDS OF PE RUNAI MPWCHEMPHILt 5MITII5R jj- i tMR5 F E L Grutaetken art CrawKitfcers Ww BeUeTC Ii Peraia as have rheumatism back ameurElCi1I O and byproducts MRS H G GREEN and family of Creek Ind Write We cannot express to you our thanks1 for what Pernna has done for mother When she began your medicineshe n9Wfhopresent has gone on a visit Her health is improved in genqral JIo discharges Gbod appetite Steeps well and look well 3 T Y following yoHr instructions and X3 taking yo Puiruaa and ManaliJi I am cured of crvtarrh I had catarrh fbr welvs years arid 4lte a bjftd cough so Ifcottld not sleep nights I4Bot hLeoughnowi- flfeel any thing ip Uu Hroat I takes swallow of Perawtiiid 1ftni all right IW J 5iith Sr 0 Eoes- tPrtRar ii tlek T II u Established 1887 3Jcj 61 TT G BAKER Pres MB SALIN CASHIER DR W J CHILDRESS V Pres F L THOMPSON JR Asst W R A WHITEHEAD V Pres JUDGE L W BETHURUM rPEOPLES BANK I Attrn Yi CAPITAL 2300000 tCQme and see tis in our newhome and or give us your business Start a savings account with us and youM will be surprised to see how rapidly it willll t grow by laying aside such amounts eachi week or month as is not required for busiH j nessor living expenses no matter how small f f ml it for one year at least and be coh ryy fvmced 4 fWe pay 3 per cent on time deposits of too or more when left with the Banksix months or longer cJd cc nnnnnnntnnntnnnnt1tnnnnnnnHtntnnnntnnn fAT VERNON DjISKET CD PRACTICAl = UNDERTAKERS g FUNERAL DIRECTORS =2 AND Z EMBALMERS = Mt Vernon Ky COUCH METALIC CASKETS3 j Cffins and Robes 3 Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of work for the company 3 Orders by wire promptly filled Hearse sent to all points 3 = ASB FUHfllSH Wf H KRUECER 3 tPnone Proprietors 111111111111111111111111111111111 11111111J1111111111111111111111111111111 II The Old ReliablelIlt UN4IMost any Drug or Patent Medicine you see advertized in the SIGNAL can be found at i I THE OLD RELIABLE j Cheapest Drug Store in the SCDAVIS tyIISouth Side Main Street MTVERNONY0 = ro = f = = = SC = S 23 iR mY ittr lit UNDERTAKES II Our line of Couch Caskets is unexcelled I Handmade Coffinsfurnished Hearse sent to all pints of the county m IIIAll llW= cc3 1l 1 Convenience of the Savings Account Many persons keep their money here as a permanent in iivestment because the risk of leaning to individuals is avoid ed As an investment you can compute the net returns accu rately Small amounts may be added at any time A savings 4 account offers a profitable means to realize on funds that are idle investment You may withdraw a part or the saveyouIIas rate of interest on your money Well explain in detail it will call at the bank THE BANK OF MT VERNON V INCORPORATED MT VERNON KENTUCKY rf 4 xx LccAxc t ftI Z OAIJIcnXAhnti KinlYw AlfaysBoughl z y T akf w c r = O IF i t c 1hL 2 r LJ t I11iWalk Over for Men These Shoes walkover all They have no equal None as F good 35O and S4OO t other a American I fl fl r 3 RUBBERS ill I RUBBERS SfceeSiSDJ I Li I LI D3esK cc t Afy S 5 Men Women and Ohildrenc J f s 4 We have only the best To buy them saves from To buy them from us saves you money r J c L11o i r r L r We sell the best Come buy your newSui from us and then you are sure ofthe latest and correct We buy only the best madeup Jttclothing and buy them sell them Come give a IO have clothing of the town v f 1- jt ii KRUEGER SON y Jf Phone S7 Opl sDeot1t MT VERNON SIGNAL 1909tr Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on application MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATIO THERE is no battleship in the United States Navy that would fill and siuk in one hour because of th damage done by three twelveincb shells on her water line armor no matter whether they made a gates or holes as big as a door de dares Rear Admiral D Evans replying in Hamptons Mag azine for FEbruarv to critics of American battleship construction Henry Reuterdahl and other crit ics have charged that all our ship old and new and under construc tion are faulty in design in the matter of water line protection and would crumple as did the egg shell Russian fleet under heavy fire We are not in the condition of the Russian Fleet in the Sea of Japan either temporarilly or permanently asserts Fighting Bob TIlE verdict of the Tennessee jury convicting six night aiders fo the murder of Colonel Rankin is a refeshing indication and prestages a better condition in that section It is also encouraging to note the Southern press is emphatic i its approval of the verdict The jurors in doing their plain duty in the lace of great personal risk is al so an inspiring indication and wil strengthen public confidence in the abilty of the courts and the law to overthrow the anarchy which nas longbeen a disgrace to parts of Kentucky and Tennessee thestagHismind Tillman and his pilQhfork wiiieThe WE are glad to see the steps which are being taken looking to the erection of the County High School NQW that the county must establish this school and mutt erect a suitaole building for the carrying on of such a school it is to be hoped that it will be done upon a basis which will be the mightIseem at present What citizen will ever miss the few dollars he will pay for the andIone e building is erected upon a cheap scale or whether we have a building which will be an ornament to the county and a credit to the citizens who build it WHERE is that son of a who predicted that the automobile and the trolley car would retreth horse from business The price- obtained at recent horse sales indi Thee horse bids fair to surviveeveri the flying machine as he has long survived sfeam locomotion NEWS ITJBMS Senator Tillman has received many congratulations from Sou tb Carolina on his speech replying to the Presidents letter to Senator Hales The Statewide prohibition bill passed the Tennessee Senate Mon day by a vote of 21 to 12 The House is expected to pass the bill today The Illinois Senate has decided to hold a joint session with the House for the purposeof canvass atatelelectionc Perkins was reelect ed United States Senator from Cal lornia on the first ballot at Sacra memo by a vote of 56 to 22 in the thne Bundles of switches ann threaten olf s are thought to have been Tiberwort meapprehension acceptAustroHun2arys orf and Herzegovina This ctonis believed to have any ppssib51ity ofwar 7rJ Secretary Root and Ambassador Bryce of Great Britian at 8 clock last night signed a treaty for the settlement of differences between CanadaItreatySeventy new cases of Asiatic cholera have been reported in St Petersburg during the three days following the Russian Christmas Up to the present time the epidemic shows a total of more than 9000 cases and 3599 deaths NOTICETo the taxpayers of Rockcasile county please look up your tay receipt and see if you have one the year 1908 and if not it would pay you to settle at once erItisementcountyecountysInformation was received by tel ephone this morning from Dunn viII Casey county that George Cuudiff a wellto do farmer was attracted to his barn during the night by a rumbling noise Takin his shotgun in hand he pi ceede to the scene and was fired upon but the party who did the firing took to his heels Cundiff proceeded to his barn and discovered a man loading his wagon from the crib Cundiff took a shot at him and iij alleged to have filled George errs face with shot Berry was arrested and his examining trial will take place tomorrow before Magistrate Shelton The extreme sensitiveness of the theIthe liklihood of further occunences situationjsessions of both Huend Sena this week Senator Tillmans ipee chargebrougbts dents latest specal message is not ig official at mosphere of the Capitol Senator Tillman will take the floor immedi ately after the Senate convenes to day win make reply in detail to the various allegationst contained in the Presidents letter to Senator greatlengththat anyone will reply to him Jf American Lady These Shoes have more comfort more style and more wear for less money than any shoe on the 3OO and 35O 3 lie have pair of Lady Shoes in our show window that arewoith i20 fe We do not want to sell this shoe but come in and ask to see them jeeSpecac Tt For you sickness 7 it and styles on the right and right us kwe the store it F Robley if eGeorge for div market market 1SLThe bill to prohibit the sale of intoxicating liquor in Tennesee passed the lower house of the Gen eral Assembly The vote was 62 to 36 The Governor is allowed to hold a bill fiive days If at the ex piration ot this time it has not been returned to the Assembly it becomes a law without his signature Statewiders maintain that the Governors action is not material that ii be disapproves it his veto will not be sustained The bill provides that prohibition become eff ective Julo i 1909 The fate of Judge Booe we are sure worries us more than it does him To think that a man who but a few months ago enjoyed the high est respect of the community in lodge in church and in every rela tion should now be clothed in a convicts garb and the occupant of a felons cell stirs every feeling of trustedIin his kind and leaves him ready Ito say that there be few who can trusted That Judge Booe wore the livery of heaven the better to to conceal his nature of wolf and odf is not however a new one Bad men have it in allagesState lourual Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil is the means toechildren restoresitlifts the burden shWhen work is hard and duty is heavy it makes life bright wedgethewhat is the use of food when you hate it and cant digestit Scoffs Emulsion of Cod Liver youforget SeadtUft aimtittmtnt tefeer with ttyee aadIeW iyu a C8 M44eiyMisce the World SCO1T ilOl I M PlSteNtw Ylft 147 COMMISSIONERS S ALE ROCKCATTLE CIRCUIT COURT James Proctor Admr of G A Proctor decdPlaiutiff- Vs Com Sale Jones Fish cDefendantsB- y virture of a judgment and or der of sale of the Rockcastle Cir cuit Court rendered at the Decent ber term there of 1908 I shall pro ceed to offer tor sale at the front door of the fcourt house in Mt Vernon Rockcastle County Kentucky to the highest and best bidder at public auction on the 25th day of January 1909 between the hours of 9a m and 4 oclock p m being regular county court day on credit of six months the following described property to wit A certain tract of land lying and being in the County ot RoCkcastle State of Kentucky on the waters of Roundstone Creek and bounded as tollows Beginning on a chestnut in Richard Proctors line thence N W a straight line to a large rock thence west with said rock on south side of IH Dooley line now Robert Legeers line thence S W with said Dooleys O Legereslineto a corner of Dooley or Legeres line in line of J W Riddle thenc S Ewith said J W Riddles line where a corne was made a stone with two dog wood poplar hickory and beecl pointers thence south 5 poles W 10 poles with Riddles line to a cor tier of Soloman Griffins a gum dogwoodand black oak thenc with said line S E to Richard K Proctors corner in the said W Riddles line thence with Rich ard K Proctors line tip the ridge north to the beginning and containing 40 acres more of less For the purchase price the pur chaser must execute bond with ap psoved surety bearing interest from date of sale until paidand having the force and effect ofa udgment Bidders must be prepared to comply with these terms GVS 1RCckcastleCircnit TO KEEP WELL t The whole year through writes L A Bartlett of the Rural Route Guilford Me I andmy family use Dr Kings New Life Pills They have proven most satisfactory to all us They tone the system and cure billiousness malaria and onstipationGuaranteedatCbasCJD Taking the Brownsville affair as 3m t xtSenator Foraker again idbis resgectstoPresiden- tRO veltin a IengthV speech in ifce enate if BARGAINSIN n I ir n vtnrhACome and see what you can do for H cashor produce Our Winter Line is complete Our Shoes and Chothing are the best A C HIATT HIATT KENTUCKY IS Vi X3K X3C 1 GRANVILLE OWENSI- UNDERTAKER J i I Brodhead y I IYI V You would not delay taking Foleys Kidney Remedy ac the first sign of kidney or bladder trouble if you realized that neglect might result in Brights disease or diabetes Foley Kidney Remedy corrects irregularities sail cures all kidney- iatJdtbiacIdexdisordElr Fo ttt1NTStorehouse located KyfofitierlyWhitehead The business hereto fore has been io boo to 15000 locationformerchandise business For further information address ADAMSJanOver toonteu were killed by an explesion in the Lick Branch colliery in West Virginia Two weeks ago fifty miners were killed by an explosion this piue COMPLETE LINE Coffins Caskets and Robes All Mail Telegraph or Tele phone orders Promptly Filled C r Ifr If yov will take Foleys Laxative until the bawels become regular y uwill not haveto take purgatives constantly as Foleys Orino Erx atice positively cures chronic constipation and tluggish Giver tpleasant tojtake l1a irint etatea aqnrplNltJeJ Wuivdnuy attf jam lIi ttet f KILL THE COUCHAND CURE THE LUNGS YtTHkings Djsconry II FOR Qa tllm fttBN Ms I xe Au 11NYAT AND LUNETOUNLIt sactosos iirT rI I c ML VERNON SIGNAL I s MT VERNON KY Jan 131909 II l9Call upNo79 whoa you want to i cate with SIGNAL lei R Co 437 P m IoPEILSONAL 352 a m 1201 pro 1219 Postoffice Agent a m D G Roch was here Wednesday for a few bouts Morris Brown was down from Pittsburg Suhday John Colyer is reported very low with fever at Grab Orchard Dr W J Edmiston was up rom Crab Orchard Wednesday Wi A Fisher and John Mead owds were in Louisville Saturday Mr and Mrs Roy Britton spent I Friday and Saturday in Louisville Ramie Shepard has returned from a two weeks stay in Hamilton Ohio I Mrs Ab Sparks has as her guest her mother Mrs Bentley of Louis I villeMr Daniel C Yonder was up from Livingston Wednesday on bus inessMr Steve Teters of Crab Orchard is the new clerk at the Miller HouseMrs C D Sutton visited relatives in Garrard county last of weekWe glad to see Mr H H Daily able to be on the streets once more Miss Rissie Williams 13 the guest of Miss Fanny Redd at Crab Orchard Mrs A Maretof Wildie who has had an attack of LaGripp is repart I ed much better ii Horace BentonJias resigned his position in Master of Trains office and is now at home Miss Eva Fish is teaching a Winter school near Rentro creek con the Richmond pike Dr and Mrs R W Dyche have taken rooms with Mr and Mrs Britton on Main St We understand Mr Henry Benton will move his familj here from Livingston soon Miss Bettie Pennington of Livingston spent last week here the guest of relatives Misses Cora Griffin and Linda Ballard will inter the State Normal at Richmondnext Monday G T Johnson expects to move next week to his new residence erected just back of his store Jesse Agee of Hamilton Ohio is visiting his uncles Green and Chas Riddell near Orlando Miss Nell McFerron of Pine Hill will le ave fpr Richmond next week to enter State Normal Mrs Harry McGee of Livingston spent several dy with her sister Mrs Ab SparjcS last week Walter Mullins will put in groceries in the room where the Peoples Bank was formerly locatedWe are glad tc see Mrs Ina Miller and family out again after being kept in for five weeks with small pox Mr and Mrs A H Hamlin are rejoicing over the arrival of a new Born a fine bov Mother and babe hoik doing rteli Miss Annie Tate is on the sick list Burdette McKenzie is assisting at the Bank of Mt Ver non during her absence Elbert Hansel came down from Crab Orchard yesterday and reported John Cqlver slightly im roved but still a very sick man R L Collier was over from Crab Orchaid Mr Collier says he expects to begin work on his new home at that PglaceJjust as soott as the weather will permit LOCAL fi r fit came from FISHS its the Best illt Vernon is to have an Eastern 1 Stir Lodge I Big bargain inIadtes Coats at lf li J FISHS f f t4 4 0 Solomon Ballsoldto vVni Heau a houseand lot inOrlando for 750 Wm Head sold to Theopolis Pigg a farm near Orlando for 375 John and Willis Hysinger sold 14 head of young cattle at Stanford Monday at a fair price Dr M L Myers Dentist win be in office only Saturdays and Mon days until April 15 E B Brown expects to begin at once the erection of a large livery stable on his own property on Old Main The deal for the hall over the Christian church by the Odd Fel lows from the Masons has been consumated the Masons will begin at an early date the completion of the new hall over Fishs store W M Bullock closed a deal Wednesday with J W Marler for a seventeen hundred acre boun ay of timber consisting of black and white oak poplar etc It is esti mated that there is over a million feet of lumber including all kind on the tract Price paid 1000 Mr Bullock will start a large crew of men at once to work out the boundaryIMPORTANTA few telephone subscribers have read the new directory and are abiding by in structions thereby facilitating the service Others it seems simply hang up the book or throw it aside with buVlittle ifany attention This article is for the purpose of again calling the attention of all to the importance of reading the instructions given in thf directory It not only aids tht operator at central but brings quicker and better service giviug better satisfaction all around Read up post yourself and show that you know HOW touse a phone BROKE JAxtJobnB G Mil ler and a man by the name of Flynr from Pulaski county serving long jail sentences for the illegal sale o whisky made their escape last Saturday night These men wen in the second story and to force ai exit was a very easy matter as the upper part of the jail is better suited for most any other purpose that for a jail The officials should be and are no doubt glad that the are lear1 the county and stay away Mill r has served numerous sentences 01 similar charges and has been source of considerable worry anr annoyance to the officials Hi now stands indicted for anuissance and wi h the large number of whis ky indictments hanging over him be is not very likely to return un less brought back by the officers ol the law and this would mean more t ouble in thesend and nothing gained During the fiiscal year 1909 the Bureau of Soils in addition to tht usual detailed areal surveys will prosecute recounoissance surveys on a scale of 6 miles to the inchn the Appalachian region over that portion of North Dakota situated west of the one hundredth meridaii in southern Texas and in eastern MontanaIn to make possible a raor detailed inspection of the soil sur vey areas in prO Tess and to secure at an early date a complete recon noissance of all of the more impor tant soil provinces and series tht field work of the Soil Survey ha been divided into five sections anr Kentucky is embraced in the Eas Central section with Mr J E Lapham in ch ge- Rrckcastle which will be tak a onIIyountvsurveyedDied Kingston Madison couut Ky on Tuesday Jan 5th 1909 Williamson Boulware in the ninet fourth year ofhis life He married as his second wife Miss Marv C Williams sister of David N Williams and Mrs J W Van Winkle of this place who preceded him about four years He leaves a son R W Boul ware ot Solan o New Mexico Mrs John Buckhan an residing at the old homestead near Kingston and Mrs J R Cox near Richmond to mourn lossWilliamson Boulware was well known in Madison connty asa good citizen and a consistent Christian gentleman having been a member of the Christian church the greater part of his well spent life also as a good husband and father He was at the time of his death as he hd been for a great number of yeais 4 member in g od standing of the order of F A M He will be missed by his many friends and neighbors by whom h was so well and favorably know ttIf t t vA 4 I h Ir i J FISHii t rcf jcfiniSces and Gents FurnWns 1Phone 77 MT VERNON KY TO MY FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS I beg to extend thanks to my many friends and customers for the patronage given during the year just closed I appreciate to the fullest Iextent the confidence and loyalty shown by the public and for the com ing year will strive harder than ever to improve my service still further t feeling that the best is none too good for my customers GOOD NEWS FOR 1909 It gives trle pleasure to inform my many patrons that beginning 0 with the Spring of J 909 this store will be headquarters for the ready forservice clothes tailored by the Schw bs of St Louis 1909 will bec inepoch in the history of mens dress in this community The clothes made by the Schwabs of St Louis can do much toward developing better k taste and smarter style in mens attire I am certain you willrecognize this fact after you see the arrival of the first styles of Springthat are now rbeing made for me in Schwabs sanitary shops Watch for future an nouncements for betier clothes for J 909 MAKE MY STORE HEADQUARTERS WHEN IN TOWN I f MTVBRFiONS LEADING CLOTHIER d Ransom Coffey Jr sold a fine year old mare for 175 oo then ought of G P Burdette another r 14000 The livestock firm of Burton sroyles Latham of Level Green ild 86 head of cattle and pair of ine mules in Stanford Monday at ood prices A play The Union Depot will e given at the court house Feb 2nd by Miss Ida May Adams chool Proceeds to be used to uy uniform for the Junior ball yam WANTED White oak and hick pry timber delivered at Mt Vernon- or prices see L T WELCH Agent Turner Day Woolsworth Han He Co Rev Frank E Moore of Louis ille Ky will preach at Presbyter an church next Sunda JanI7 oth morning and evening Every ody cordially invited to attend his services The County Board of Education net last Monday in office of Supt G M Ballard and decided upon the location for the new High school huilding which will be on A H Hamlins farm on Richmond street and back of Brown Memorial Plans and specifications for building will soon be ready and same submitted to contractors so that the work can start with the pening of the spring season The Masonic Lodge of Crab Orchard elected the following officers M M Philips Master G B Lyne S W W L Bell J W A B Bastin S D J B Gilkerson J D J M Wallin secretary J T Roberts treasurer Ollie Baker tyler The Odd Fellows elected J P Jones noble rand M M Phillips vice grand H L Wells secretary T T Chad wick treasurer Interior Journal A Lancaster special says Louis Landrum the popular former president of the Kentucky Press ssoctation and late editor of the Lancaster Central Record received fromthe Womens Christian Temperance Uuion of this place an elegant gold watch foband from she Ladies Aid Society of the Bantist church a handsome leather traveling case as tokens of ape preciation of his many gratuitous services to these organizations during his 14 years connection with the Lancaster newspapers BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOOL Those first in their class for December were Primer Raymond Myers 1St Leila Powell2nd Christeen Joplin 3rd Ralph Griffin 4th Will Thompson 5th Emma Davis 6th Emma Hamm 7th Jamie Thompson 8th James Beaty 1st H S John D Hen derson 2nd H S Robert Harry MillerThose who have been neither absent or tardy are Blanche Crawford Daisy Fish Robert H Miller John D Henderson Ber nice Landrum Fl y Miller Ethel Davis Ben Griffin Julia Fish Virginia Martin Lincoln Penn ington Bryan Perkins Ruth Lan drum Jennie Morrow Miller Patty Perkins Will Thompson John Landrum Maggie Jones Aubrey Martin Christine Jdplin Lillie Hanks Christeen Davis Ada Brown Julian Miller Wilburn Miller Leonard Persifull Mc Kinley Persifull Sbetman Persi full Edith Drew Sally Hank Miss Keys will conduct a Teach ers Training Class in public school music which includes sight reading song study and school room methodsDaisv Thomas from Level Green and Ray HunfromMarets burg are at the Dormitory The enrollment has increased much since Christmas v Bromo Ky Jan 12 1909 EDITOR MT VERNON SIGNAL Dear Sirlf you will allow me space I will have a little to say about Rural Free Deliverv of Uncle Sanis mail as the subject is being discussed by two of your news writers It is not my intent ion to lock horns with any person on this subject and get up a series of debate through your columns But am a hearty supporter of all worthy improvements Our beloved Uncle Sam has been like all other children had to crawl before he could walk He had to content himself with wooden war vessels till inventions have made better ones of modern type The flint lock rifle has long been in the background The swift express trains have taken the place of stagecoach Electricity5the liceofthea jtc ir crs mule or horse in propelling the street cars And thousands of other things have been shelved by the enginuityof man with modern appliances Then why should the country of Rockcastle content themselves with postoffice and star route mail service when remotest parts of all states have R F D service I could not seriously object to our Quail friend opposing the installation of R F D through the Quail section as he might have to make his bread and meat some other way besides carrying mail on a star route I have a post office at my place and make some money from cancellation of stamps and receive my mail at my place of business from a star route but would be very proud to have a RF D1 route started at Brodhead go by way of Ottawa to Quail from thera south to cross roads near Logan Hastvs thence north east to Bromo thence to Spiro and from there to Brodhead by way of Fount Harrises a distance of possibly sixteen or eighteen miles iu all And by so doing would wipe off the map four postoffices and tiiii star routes Why oh why should Rockcastle be so far behind everywhere else Trusting that I have not said anything that anyone can take exceptions to and possibly have said some thing that will be for the betterment of old Rock castle I remain yours truly P H SIIUTTS LEVEL GREENi Winter school opened here Mon day with D R Gentry as teachef with encouraging prospects for a goodly attendance The school is principally intended for those preparing to fit themselves for teachers but the kindergarter will erceive close 1alsoTl e singingschool which is in session at Burnetts chapel onducted by aMr Thompson from PulaskVIs progressing nicelyThe culd weather which set in Monday has been the onlY genuine winter temperaturewe have had jih this part thisseason Miss Fannie DeBordof this p1aceleft Monday JastXor Okla hma for toiler sister Mrs Wade H Brown of McAIester Overton Gentry of Quailspent Monday until Tuesday of this week with his brother D R Gentry of Level GreenNow that Mr Taft will soon lake charge of the big stick the price of hogs has risen all the way from 2Mcent to zero We hope and trust that the poor ignorant fellows who voted for protective tariffwill vote for another scale of protection to restrain the meat trust from starving their hogs to death Joe Hasty who has been in the West for over a year is at home again mixing with relatives and friends Toe says be it ever so humble theres no place like Ky RHEUMATISM RECIPE A wellknown authority on Rheumatism gives the followingvaluable though simple and harmless prescription which any one easily prepareat home Fluid Extract Dandelion one halfounce Compound Kargon one ounce Compound Syrup Sarsapa rilla threeoUnc s Mix by shaking well in a bottle and take a teaspoonful after each meal and at bedtime He states that the ingredients can be obtained from any good prescription pharmacy at small cost and being of vegetable ex traction are harmless to take This pleasant mixture if taken regularly for a few days is said to overcome almost any case of Rheumatism The pain and swelling if any diminishes with each dose until permanent results are obtained and without injuring the stomach Wnile there are many socalled Rheumatism reme dies patent medicines etc some pf which dosgive relief few really give permanent results and the above will no doubt be greatly appreciated many sufferers here at this time- Inquiry at the drug stores of this neighborhood elicits the informa tion that these drugs are harmless and can be bought separately pr the dpugists here will mix the prescription for irears if asked to h i I d f ffrdJd o Sriio U c M Pi rn r 4 oa a a 5 E- 1C d2 0 oJ c Q 4 COMMISSIONERS SALEJ ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT Nannie Huntlc Plaintiffs Vs Com Sale r Virgil Hunt c Defendants By virture of ajudgmenf and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court rendered at the December term thereof 1908 I shall proceed to offer for sae at the front door of the court house in Mt Vernon Rockcastle county Kentucky to the highest and best bidder at public auction ou Monday the 25 day of Jan 1909 between the hours of 9 oclock a m and 4 oclock p m being regular County Court day on a credit of six months the tot lowing described property to wit Located in Rockcastle County Kentucky bounded on the north by the land of George Burton on the east the lands of john S and James Purcell on the sdiKhby the lands of Nannie Hunt arid on the west by the lands of George 0 Burton and containing 14 sues more or less and known as the Jesse Dameron tract ofland For the purchase price the pur 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 be pre pared to comply with these terms G S GRIFFIN Master Com Rockcastle Circuit Court- S TT i useII AK let yourself DONT to be miserable Why suffer from severe headaches I have fainting spells and bo fretful Your liver needs retention Herbine the great liver regulator II gcUSES Constipation n =ss Chills and Bl051ell Liver Complaints Jilrn E C Morrison Hous f Iica writes I have fcered foryears from severe I headaches dizziness and fainf ing spells I received nor lief u tilItried Herbine and was completely cured I alwaysE Liniment SOc MISSOURI Co Sold and Recommended by ChasU Davis Many little lives have been saved by Foleys and Tar for coughs colds croup and whooping cough It is tie only remedy for infants and children as it contains no opiates or other narcotic drugs and childJen like Foleys Honey and Tar Careful mothers keep a bottle in the house Refuse substitutes Sold by Chas C Davis FOR SALEA lot 100 ft front by 370 it deep located on south side West Main street joining S H Martins property JAMES T MEADOWS I25tf Mt Vernbn Ky CURED OF LUNG- TROUBLE It is now eleven years since I had s narrowescape from consump aleadingbuhad 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 when my cough and lung trouble 0 tlWere entirely gone and I was re storrd to my normal pounds Thousands of are healed every year personsI at Cnas C Davis drug and 100 Trial bottle free 0 F0uNDA circle saw For par ticulars address or call on 1 M SINGLETON Jan 131 Mt Vernon Ky Mount Vernon Monumental WORKS IManufacturer ofand and iGranite Monum mtsofall- j kinds Estimates furnished I on application GEO OWENS Propr E COMMISSIONERS SALE KOCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT John Owens Alfred Owens Sara Sowder C C Owens Dora Cummins Della Adams ME Owens Andrew ORens Rebecca Hysinger Emily Grif fin Gal Owens and John Ow ens Admr of W L Owens deceased Plaintiffs Vs Corn Sale Alfred Owens Defendant By virture ofa judgment and or der of sale of the Rockcastle 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 25111 day of January 199 between the hours of 9 oclock am and 4 oclock p m being regular county court day on a credit of six months the fol lowing described property to wit A tract of land bounded on the north by the land ot the Louisville Nashville Railr ad Companys 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 ME Ow ens and containing about Go acres And is located in Rockcastle Coun ty KvFor the purchase price the pur chaser must execute bond with approved surety bearing interest from date ot sale until paidand having the force and effect of a judgment Bidder must be prepar ei to comply with these terms G S GRIFFIN Master Com Rockcastle Circuit Court HOW TO CURE CHILBLAINS enjoy freedom from chil ITo writes John Kemp East MeeI apply Bucklens Arnica Salve Have also used it for salt rheum with excellent results Guarteed forfever sores indolent ulcers piles burns wounds frostbites and skin diseases 25C at Chas C Davis drug store Why Suffer ftyOu suffer pain from any cause Dr Miles 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 PiUs 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 I went to see her She was down with LaGrippe and nearly crazy with awful backache I gave her one of the AntiPain Pills and left another for her to take Iti a short time They helped her right away and she says she will never be myhusbandboth 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 Austinburg Ohio Your druggist sells Dr Miles Anti Pain Pills and we authorize him to onlyIfMiles Medical Co Elkhart lad WltQURR SMITH BUSINESS COlLEGE Successors to Commercial College of Kentucky University LEXINGTON KY v KDUCATE FOR A SITUATION BOOKKEEPING BUSINESS PHONOQRAEH TYPEWRITING TFLEGAPHY taught R FERESTCE Thousands of successful graduates including 200 itt banks 200 officials A GRAND OPPORTUNITY for ambitious and energetic young men and women to qualify themselves for a higher and more lucrative field of usefulness BUSINESS COURSE consists oT bookkeeping business arithmetic penmanship commercial law merchandising banging joint stock manufacturing lectures business practice mercantile correspondence etc r SHORTHAND TYPEWRITING TELEGRAPHY are specialties have special teachers and rooms and can be taken alone or with the business course 4 SPECIAL COURSE of merchanes bookkeeping 3500 No Vacation Enter now Graduates successful Three rooms for ladies T ady teachers Over 100 ladies in attendance the past year including the daughters of merchants ministers bankers farmers etc Good i boarding homes College opendayand night Begin now For partic laaddress i 1M T1TLLBUR SMITH t t i t Lexington Ky+ d ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR COUNTY JUDGE We ara authorized to announce G M BALLARD as a candidate for County Judge of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican party For County Attorney We are authorized to announce AV A HAMMOND as a candidate for County Attorney of Rock castle County subject to the action of the Republican primary For County Court Clerk We are authorized to announce G T JOHNSON as a candidate for Coun ty Court Clerk abject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce FELIX BOWMAN as a candidate for County Court Clerk suject to the ac tion of the Republican party We are authorized to announce W T FRENCH as a candidate for County Court Clerk of Rockcastle county subject to the action of the Republican par are authorized to announce VICTOR ci TATE as a candidate for County Court Clerk of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican party Weare authorized to announce J F NICELEY as a candidate for County Court Clerk of Rock astle County subject to the action of the Republican party FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce CAM MULLINS as a candidate for Jailer of Rockcaatle County subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce w A TAYLOR as a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce CHAS K CARMICAL as a candidote for JAL ER of Rockcastle County subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce TIP LANGFOR as a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle County snbject to the action of the Republican Primary We are authorized to announce M V SWINFORD 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 the ac tion of the Republicanprunary- We are authorized to announce W S ROBINS as a candidate for Jailer of Rockcrstle County subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce CAR ROLL MARTIN as a candidate fo Jailer of Rockcastle County subject to the ac tion of the Republican party For Superintendent of Schools We are authorized to announce J D McFERRON a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Rockaastle County subject to the action of the Re publican primary W are nut1oiizedtoannoullceE R GENTRY as a candidate for Superintendent of School Rockcastle county subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce J W KINCER as a candidate sor Superintend cat of Public hoo1s of Rockcastle county subjecto the action of the Republican party FOR ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce W H BAKER as a candidate for As sessor of R ekcastle County subject to the action of the epublican party For Circuit Court Clerk We are authorized to announce GEO R ROBINSON as a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Rockcastle County sub ject to the action of the Republican Pri mary We are authorized to announce HUGH MILLER as a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Rockcastle County subject to 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 in flamed lungs are healed and strengthed and a dangerous con dition is quickly averted Take only Foleys Honey and Tar in the yel low packageSold by Chas C Davis The sensational mnrder at Len nox Mich where the dismember ed body of a man supposed to be Gideon Browning was found partly incinerated in a stove and the search for the Rev Mr Carmichael furnishes one of the most mystifying crimes of recent months and and the police are doing their tmost to find the minister There is no case on record of a cough cold or lagrippe developing into pneumonia afer Foleys Honey and Tar have been iaken as it cures tho most obstinate and deep seated coughs and colds Why take any thing el Sold by Ghas C Davis O Asrr C XL JABrtie 8 1pbre l ct d IAlIIKingsI IIFDR cGUCHS OLDS TI MPRImI AU AU THROAT AD lUIITII GUtPLXTUD SATISPAOTOZ- Ioz kONZT 31ZUNDZ- Dii IIHHJ IJ Innnrri MOUTH Of 11NE BY FORCE QF EXPLOSION OF GAS WHICHSHATTERS GREAT COLLIERY OVER 200 MEN ENTOMBED One of the Most Terrific That Has Ever Occurred In Ths Section Second Disaster In Fourteen Days at Switchback Switchback W Va Jan 13This itle aiinng village of 500 souls was plunged into mourning ageJn at 830 dock Tuesday morning when the see uti explosion in less than two weeks jccurrd at the LickBranch mines less then a mile from here The exact lumber cf miners killed is not known mt His declared that the death roll xl rctch 200 The heat has been so enific ill thy in the mine that no res jfngr party dared to enter more than few ftet Late Tuesday night 10 Kdi s near the month cf the pit were nken out It is believed that the mine crIer is a total wreck The investi Hen so far shows all brattices down Huge timbers were blown from the it mouth one piece 20 feet in length ndlng 200 yards down the mountain de Although the fans have been opt gcing all the afternoon they seem- c have little effect on the mine inte icr No cause has been specially cs ncd for this second disaster in tw voeks but it is asserted that a pocket f gas exploded Chief Mine Inspect lIng of Charleston is now on his wty here He and four assistants after an invesisaticn of the mine recently ironouneed it safe and in excellent condition It was in the quiet of the early morn ng when there came like the sound of hunder a mighty rumbling in the arht which reverberated long the miles of corridcrs and air passage crowd d with these who worked there Abovethe tonsof earth and stone that lay between the workings and the mountain crown giant trees quivered from the force of the concussion and from the mine mouth the forces of the earth set free belched forth a cloud of flame soot dust and debris heavy Um- bers broken mine cars and even a massive motor used to haul the heavily laden cars from the depths Scarcely had the detonation died away before a throng of frantic women and children rushed to the mine mouth and im plored those there to allow them to aid in the effort to save some of their loved ones who might still be alive Foreman John Bowers who was near the entrance was blown from his feet but managed to crawl out safely as also did Robert Smith a miner With the foreman was a miner named Holliday and he too was blown over but was lost There are supposed to be about 200 men in the section of the mine affect ed Nineteen contract miners with their crews were at work in new entry and it is feared that all of these men are lost The explosion was in a differ eut part of the mine from that of two weeks ago The rrain entry of the mine is four miles long running from one side of the mountain to the other Debris was blown from both entries which gives some idea of the tremendous force of the explosion The explosion was the most terrific that has ever occurred in this region PARADE GIVEN BY GYPSY SMITH In Blinding Snowstorm Attracts Thousands at Pittsburg Pittsburg Pa Jan 13The mid night street parade given by Gypsy Smith in Pitt burg Tuesday night was one of the most unique affairs that even Smith ever took part in The parade was given in the face of a blind ing snowstorm and bitter weather Women to the number of 3000 paraded and were the life of the whole affair The 1200 ministers and assistants who some days ago promised loudly to follow Smith on his parade did not an pesfr The parade started at 10 oclock and fr two hours the thousands tramp ed through the snow In Fifth avenue about 1130 about 30000 people on the sdewalks joined the marchers in sing- Ing Oh Where Is My Wandering Bo Tonight It was midnight when the Bljou theater was reached and froir 10000 to 15000 persons were turned away A praise meeting lasted until 1 a nu Kills Children Then Self Mankato Man Jan 13James York a quarry worker cut the throats of four of his children near here and then committed suicide by hanging himself bya small wire The dead children range in age from 6 to 14 years York was despondent over the recent death of his wife SantaFe Fined San Francisco Jan 13Tue state railroad commission Tuesday fined the Santa Fe railroad 5000 for illegal discrimination In rates The Southern Pacific wafe found guilty butwas not fitted IThree Quakes Recorded Jan 13Tliree earth quakes have been recorded by the seismograph at the Coast and Geodetic Survey Magnetic observatory at Cheltenham Md during the past 21 hours We Buy FURSHides aNd Wesi FtiTMMIaZ CitCeId3etYeLwReMayApiwiIJ 8111LiW1 Or War-rJL vd eta U better firyen MMMBaie MrckMta Rrfemee- Uav LonnVe Wtito fwsfrliIte4ihi1k MSosiXtll Market St LAMI iSlUUli l tSTD CKU1 A J Brown bought 20 yearling mules from John Horn Monday fcr 2400 J M Randell sold J T Curtis of Richmond 16 2year old mules for224o Harrodst urg HeraldJohn Peniston of Wilmore bought 25 cattle at Richmond for 360 and sold a hunch to T W Duckworth Tuesday for ic be also sold a bun hof 3 0 Ih hjy to J Pra her of Wilmore fo- r53cJesSamine Journal Hughes Swinebrtiad reporl tba hevhatejnt oli two more fanus They si to nih n 8 RnbinrD threnari J the Gilitspie farm of about 120 acre to 5 V Hetialey at 100 and also sold tor W S iienslfV hIaria on the Lcxir4ton pike known a isIWarren county has grown to he one of the Dost txtensive mule markets in Kentucky During December mules to the value of 100000 changed hands Last years mule sales aggregated nearly a million dollars Stockmen of Si u hern Kentucky are claiming an advadce in prices for mules and also say thnt the demand grows strongeras theseasom opens Many fanners have quiet numherof mules on hand having refused the price offered for them The first issue of the Kentuc1 y Farmer formerly the Kentucky Farmer and Breeder has made ic appearance in L uisville bei jg dated January 7th Iris issued by The Kentucky Farm Publishing Company with L B Shrop hire formerly of Lexington as editor and manager It is in every respect a most creditable journal contain ing many features of interest and ofvalue It is a high class farm and stock paper with a strong department devoted to the American saddle horse y A report coming from Hopkins ville states that the officers of the Planters Protective Association have closeed a deal by which the Imperial Tobacco Company pur chased 15000000 pounds of dark export tobacco The price to be paid is not named but the report says that the schedule fixed by the association is accepted The terms tlieIpurchasefifteen million pounds of the igoS drop and may include a good deal more OAi3rOEt X BearatbeThe Botip Signature fI4Jof R W DYCHE DENTISTMT VERNON KY Office in the J TAdams brick All Work Guaranteed Satisfac tory Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty jrodhead Marble Work BODHEADKY Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents for Iron Fence- D B ALBRIGHT Manager M L MYERS L Dentist At Residence on Old Main Street MT VERNON KY Will be in office only Saturdays and Mondays until April 15 Work guaranteed CC Williams ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KY IOFFICE On 2nd floor o The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church street Special attention giver to collections Phone No 80 3 C MeCk ty Undertaker EhaJm r oiimlete lINE ofCask ti- Robesc rdei s by Telephone attend ed promptly StarffordU K ALCOHOL 3 pjg CENT l1shlatintheFoodReg PmmsiiEwu norNiacraLj Iitiilaitffe4theSftrf i + WormsCoiwulsionsFcWflSh nesslLossoFSLEEP IacSinile Signature at NEW YOJ Exact Copy of Wrapper JAKE I CASTDBI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Boughi Bears the Signature of lir Use For Thirty Year- sCASTORIA cNTAu5 MJt P I WINTER 9 GOODS I GnWhen you want good Shoes or gpp4 Clothing remember we are headquarters for the best L Badshoescause wet feetand wetfeet brings on pnburaonia Buy your shoes of usand avoid this trouble and danger tTMcKENZIE SON Phone 93 i c ccK OJC or I The New Store Go to Carmicals for- Fresh Oysters Coconuts Grapenuts j Pine Apples Cocoa Table Jelly Prunes Q Figs Raisons Shreaded Wheat Evap orated Pairs Ice Cream Jell0 Baked Beans Beefsteak and Meats of all kinds All goods delivered in town When you lwant groceries call Phone 561 W H CARMCALGO Next door to Bank of Mt Vernon Mt Vernon Kentucky w C t fetheiItheir sisters and take Cardui Cardui is a non mineral nonintoxicating medicine for womeiu It Iis for sick weak ladies with sick female organs I Over LARUUII 1 It WIU Help Youa It is a genuine curative medicine that builds up the l m system and relieves female pain- Mrs M A St Clair of Eskdale W Va writes Before taking Cardui I had given up all hope of mrleftudeand now Onrdui has about cured my female trouble AT ALL ElUaSTORiCS