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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1T ub Fridayouu1 etii iOuIVOLUME XXIII MT VERttON RQjCKQASTLE JQUNiY r FRIBAy NOV26 1909 NUMBER 9 i v ft i y r IfE1r r jf i JSaSr jsjjfc m Hl Santa Clause with Toys at Chas c Davisi DollsIDoll Beds Dolt Hats Doll Buggies fDoll Houses V Doll Pianos Doll Trunks Doll Furniture Toys Toy Tool BoxesAToy Merry Goround Loopthe loop Toy Stoves fii2lt Toy Everything Books Dishesx I p t J Jtt j M I t r L 11iO li7ii i x to is a of man the J b to is are to our for the or to tell us we it for sell it to I r l 0 K Y The interests with plan to bring about a merger of the large copper made it known that the decision of the Federal Court in the Stan dard Oil case will delay the the merger Vwi e I j it A j ii er the not Mrs Pb Pip the ender the was to Taft Monday and had a few minutes him woman s WIt T the pro gef and will play the f best tilarkef rrice add will paY cash T M DIEs 4f hiving top iir f i ifu I 1f his 4 v f in t p v in 3 of Lowneys Candies from 10 cents linetI 1 ij i i Ii Leading Druggist Vefnorv Ky rJc THE PLACE 10OOV m The place buy any article from the Beat who make specialty the article youwarit You buy shoes from the shoe clothing from the clothing dealer and your dry good from dry goods merchant and when you want FUBMITUBB the place buy from the Furniture dealer We constantly adding line the very things you need and want When you want something home and dontt know exactly what you want whett gent come and your wants will get you and you right fc Is B McKENZIE CO FISH MT VERNON c progressbl vesterday properties identified Toy Toy Toy Siowdeh of Persuasive Suffragettes of England presented President conversation regarding rights J tt DJlIilt all duetc hi Oct72 J Cut Glass Fern Bowls Cut Glass Celery Dishes Cut Glass Cream and Sugar Set Every thing Cut Glass you want Presents Ebony Stagg Silver and Leather and handsome line Y Medallions Books books books books Toilet Cases Military Brushes Touirist Cases to BKODHEAB Mrs W E Spraul and children are here from Paris the guest of Mr and Mrs F FranciscoChas- R Pike of Knoxvile Tenn and John D Pike Ipf Lebanon June tion spent a few days here with parents Mr and Mrs A J Pike Hon E R Gentry is at hq ne from Louisville for a few daysThe Baptist Sunday school will giye a Christmas Tree on Christmas night at the Baptist church Every body invited M B Bowling ot Livingsroj was down Tuesday night to see omaralan huntlwhileat home for Thanksgiving and will return to her school at Mt Vernon Sunday Dont fail to see operaihousego for a good causeMiss Alma McAfee of Harrodsburg spent g portion of last week here with her sister Mrs J W Hutcheson Mont Roberts and Henry Brooks are at home from Shepherdiivillev for a few daysMiss Gertrude Martin entertained quite a few other friends Thanksgiving AU report a good timeW L Howe and family have returned home after a weeks visit to Mr and Mrs E B NewlfcndMrs C Bfritli is very sick at preseptfrMri and Mrs JThoS Cherry spent last Sunday And Mo udstywith Mrs CherryTs Sister Mrs H rjv Hilton at Stalotd4Mteq fin le s ad Myrtle Shumate visited Mrs RJL Collier at Crab Orcbardireni Friday until SundayCleo Wheel koh and infe S f vS nSav and Monday at Quail Wito Mrand Mrs J W PrctQr i YOtJNGGIRWARFVICTIMSof women but all get quick relief and prdmpt Urerott Dry Sings NewEie Pills the w4a best remedy f olc sick sd4 pejrtjsifcHf1 head aches They pa blood Wd sttong vervoailbqild up Tjoar vk iHh Try tbem 25cat Ghas C Davis t r i t QUAIL Quail hunting is the order of th- edayA protracted meeting is g- oingonat Providence conducted by Rev Spouse ot TexasOra Frith of Brodhead was in this sec tion Sunday George Taylor is very low with typljoid feverW- H Brown Dr Eugene Brown and- S M Warren Stanfords merchant were in this part leadingI the week bird hunting Proctor will soon be ready for the mercantile business A protracted meeting is going on at Poplar Grove conducted by Elds Wilson and CumminsMrs Sarah Herrin and daughter Miss Ris le spent first of the week with John Acton of near ClarenceRobert Ta y lor has his new dwelling completed and moved inW H Owens teacher of Owens school is getting along splendid with his school Mr Owens is indeed a fine instruct orCleo Wheeldon and wife of Brodhead spent Saturday and Sunday here with Mrs Wheeldons parents Mr and Mrs J WProctor John Stringer Sr is talking o selling out and going westSam Proctor the famous hunter has purchased Winchester shot gun and says brorabbit and sister quaifcwill have to look outHer rin Brothers are doing some plas tering in Mt Vernon Owens and Elder say they are gettuig1 along splendid with their singing schoolat Wilmotts chapel They bane been there six Saturdays d Sundays they will close Su sia next Morris Proctor Of Stanfordis With botnef oiks for a few days Mesdames Mary Brown and Etta Rabble visited the family ofW H Bjown of Preacbersville the past weekNew is as scarce as hens teeth this week If you have noticed symptoms of kidney trouble do not delay in taking themost reliable and dependable remedy such as Pe 11Theseused with great satisfaction by thousaBiis of people Try De Witts Kidney and Bladder Pills today Sold by Chas C Davis Itt ii jlt ri rr tYo Established 1887 r all Mt BUILDING A senior at the Colored State Normal School at Frankfort attempted suicide when he failed in delivering a declamation nightL SPLENDID BUCKEYE WOMEN Married and Unmarried Praise the Buckeye Remedy Peruna Miss Nora Kelley IjNIIIIJlllllllllllm Internal Catarrh Miss Nora Kelley R R 1 Box 121 London Ohio says I write to thank you for the wonderful good your Peruna has done for me I was a sufferer from kidney and other internal trouble for twentytwo years Two years ago I began to take Peruna and Ionly took about three bot ties and today I can say I am a well person Could Not Eat Without Suffering Mrs H A Weaver Somerset Ohio writes I can safely and truly say that Peru I oa has been a blessing to me I had catarrh so badly that I had lost the sense of smell and taste I had stomach trouble so bad that I could not eat anything without suffer jug afterwards My friends advised me to try Peru la I bought one bottle and wasgreatly benefited by it and so bought onehalf dozen bottles and will say that I am completely cured of stomach trouble and catarrh HI cannot say enough for Peruns AppetiteJ writes trouble and brought her a good appetite Dr Haldane Cleminson who has been on trial at Chicago for wife minder was found guilty last and sentenced to life imprison ment Now Has Best of Health Mrs Victoria M Pickel 130 fe Mound St Columbus Ohio writestI have been using Peruna for catarrh having had a very aggravated case so bad that it clogged the nasal organs When did get the nasal organsopened the mucus would drop into my throat and make me very sick A friend advised me to take Peruna and after using four bottles I was cured- I have no trouble now and am fcappy to say that I am enjoying the best of health and attending to my lodge du ties being a member of the Rebecca Lodge of Odd Fellows I would recommend Peruna to those suffering with the same obnoxious troubleCatarrh for Several Years SLsIIIwant to inform you what Peruna has done for me I have been afflicted with oaiarrh for several years I have tried different medicines and none seemed to do me any good until I used Pernna I have taken six bottles andean praise it very highly for th good it has dose me I also find it of great benuflt to my children Perunar An Honest Family Medicine 3 H 7 TIA IiCCttiOOiJO sh 0 We are offering to the people of Rockcastle county the largest and most complete line of Goods from hich to make your Fall1 and Winter selections ever broght to Mt Vernon Our large tsore room is full from top to fbottom with the best selected stock of good and which we are selling at the best price offered by any store In Mt Vernon We have the goods and to verify our statement that we have a full complete and well selectedstock we invited all to visit our store examine our goods get prices and see for yourselves whether we are right or wrong It costs nothing to lookand we are only too glad to show what we have whether you buy or not Y We quote a few prices i 7 Overcoats made with regard to fit and service These two essentials as well as style are found in the Shield Brand garment built to meet every possible requirement demanded by either weather or wearer Correct lengths full width andartful designing furnish the style A cold winter day will prove the reliability of the Shield Overcoat Shield Brand Overcoats The top notch of style and quality Sold in seven grades rangingfrom i 2000 the highest Each garment bears two pricetheLook for the Shield It means satisfaction jll1 GUARANTEED atIII1 IIIIIMENS SUITS From 1000 to 18 00 I BOYS SUIS From 150 to 500 MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY Nov 26 1909 a 1Ii Published every Friday oy EDGAR S ALBRIGHT f SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR Lot Zi l Advertising rates made known i ap V application MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION MR TAXPAYER MAKES SUGGESTIONSrtr r r Mt Vernon Ky Nov 24 igog Mr Editory i IWont you publish these few thoughts The puroose of them is to call attention of the people to the needs of our Town and County We go stumbling about in the dark when night comes on The citizens of live thrifty towns have long since gone to work and se cured modern ligbts What are we doing toward lighting our streets Where are our waterworks so very essential to any town Do we expect to continue making slaves of our women and impeding the progress of our men Do we want to make our burden and those of our loved ones lighter by having water in our hqlDts and olaces of business Then the health and cleanliness of the family and town demand itl What is home without a bathroom and plenty of hot and cold water If andwetodaYthey are deemed the world over as necessaries we must bestir ourselves I for one am not satisfied to grope in darkness and be deprived of the benefits of a bthroom with plenty of water The fact is we ought to be ashamed to lock cur wives fie lace because we do not strive to have light water and other conven iences for their and our own bene L j1 fit This is the very k reason why our progressive young men leave us because we are too slow too pokeyto unpr gressive We have not those things whichever an ordinary town has had for many years Our people deserve better things and we can have them The trouble is that the men who ought to be most interested who ought to want a Commercial Club a Good Roads Organization a Farmers Association a splendid College crowded with pupils good sidewalks on all the streets a beautiful park seems to be the least interested If you go to them they say Yes we are for it and it ought to be done But what work are they doing to bring it about The very men who could do the most andhavethe greatest amount at stake are the very ones who are apparently doing the least An opportunity is presented to have a pikea movement which should appeal to every mans business sense as well as his pride For every dollar invested by our merchants business and professional men a hundred will return thereby In addition it would plant in the breasts of our young men a hope ol future success It will fill our girls and boys with noble aspirations From the country they can come to the high school and to our college Our churches will grow trade will increase and our town improve And yet what are the business men doing to accomplish this great work which means so much to them Cant we all pull together Cant we meet and discuss these local questions of such vital importance to each and a1l The man who excuses himself by saying that he has not the time to take pushItotally indifferent His muncipal pride has not been sufficiently aroused He is lacking in some of the Very essential elements that go to stake upa first class Ameri can citizen In Mt Vernon at night we have nothing but time Certainly the busiest of us could give one evening in each two weeks for the discussion of ways and means to build up our own business and that of the community You can contribute to the pros perity comfort and pleasure of family as well as the bY1laboring OVERCOATSy m Have you examined our line of overcoats t especially our line fHRainCqatstWe have them from j V 800 to 1500 J P i lii ODDPANTS- We it t L have them in endless quantities to fit all sizes from 200 to 500 UNDERWEAR Mens Underwear 50c to lLadiest Underwear SOcto 125 Childrens Underwear for all ages F very necessary improvements The first thing to do in order to have a pr oprrius county is to build good r ails The first es sential to a progressive business doing town is to have clean and perfectly kept streets well lighted modern side walks pure and convenient water May we join hands in a united effort to bring about these much needed improvements that life might be worth living cleanliness and health might thatI had that nodern might drive away drudgery and fill us with hope of greater prosperity higher education and better things WABD raxpayerI Samuel M and Moses Payne of Tazewell Tenn are visiting their sister Mrs Nancy Jane Searcy also Mrs Matilda Houk of Mt VeroonMrs Searcy gave a Thanksgiving dinner in honor of her brothers and Mrs Houk inviting other relatives and neighbors Forty ate dinner of which twenty nine were relatives of Mrs Searcy After partaking ofp delightful dinner which was highly enjoyed by all present Rev SM Payne made a talk on the origin and design of Thanksgiving Day which was very appropriate for the occasion and enjoyed by all- Twentytwo entonbfcd miners were rescued Saturday from the St Paul mine at Cherry Illand over seventy others in another section of the mine are reported to be alive Rescuing parties are prosecuting the search with great vigor The whole atmosphere in the little town was changed by the news and grief was changed by the news and grief was changed into joy for some and hope tot others The eager women crowded about the shaft entrance to learu the names of the menas they were brought to the surface Mrs Allen F Read was Satur day found guilty of attempted extortion by a jury in Judge Sheafers court at Denver Col A year ago Mrs Read attempted to force Mrs Genevieve Chadler Phipps to give her 100000 threatening to bio x her up with dynamite unless she complied Thee defense was in sanity IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT Fort THE EARTKKN DISTRICT KENTUCKY the matter of IInWillis Bankrupt Allen Notice oi Sale By virtue ofan order of the District Court in the above proceedings I will on Monday the isth day of December 1909 it being the first day ot Rockcastle Circuit Court offer for sale at the front door of the Court House in Mt ernun Rockcasile county Kentucky at public outer to t e highest and best bidder for cash in hand the following described trict or prrcel of land the property of the Bankrupt Wiilis Allen Said land is located in Rock atl County Kentucky on the waters of Crooked Creek and Buck Lick Hollow and bounded as follow On the West by the lands ot Richard Singleton now owned by Martin Vancet Beginning at a stone Ina drean thence North to black oak on top of ridge thence East to a black gum thence Scuth to an oak corner thence with the drean to the beginning containing one hundred acres more or less Witness my hand this the nth day of Novembtr 1909 D C POYNTER Trustee rSamuel Gompers was unanimously reelected president of the American Federation ot Labor at its convention at Toronto Saturday After deriding to hold its next annual convention in St Louts the convention adjourned sine dielr Scoffs Emulsion is a wonderful foodmedi cine for all ages of man kind It will make the delicatesickly baby strong andwellwill give the pale anemic girl rosy cheeks and rich red blood It will put flesh on the bones of the tired overworked thin man and will keep the aged man or woman in condition to resist colds or pneumonia in the winte- rI SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS Send name of paper and thIs ad for our beautiful SaYings Bank and Child SketchBook Each bank contains a Good Luck Penny SCOTT BOWNE 409 Pearl St New York J S Parrish traveling ss eJmna for a woolen mills firm of Pal imore and Jefferson City Mo committed suicide in a hotel at Winchester bu shooting Ova Bu- yFURS Hides and Wool Feathers Tallow Beeswax Ginseng Golden Seal Root May Apple Wild Ginger etc Were dealors established In 1B56Over half acentury Louisville and can do better for than agents or commission merchants any pricelistSabel Sons 1M Market St Womans Power Over Man Womans most glorious endowment is the power to awaken and hold the pure and love of a worthy man When she loses it and still loves on ao one in the wide world can know the heart agony she endures The woman who suffers from weakness and derangement of her special womanly or ganism soon loses the power to sway the heart of a man Her general health suffers and she loses her good looks her attractiveness her amiability and her power and prestige as I woman Dr RV Pierce of Buffalo NYwith the assistance of his staff of able physicians has prescribed for and cured many thousands of women He has devised a successful remedy for womans ail meats It is known as Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription It is a positive specific for the weaknesses and disorders peculiar to women It purifies regu lates strengthens and heals Medicine dealers sell it No ktnest dealer fill advise you to accept a substitute in order to make a little larger pcofit IT MAKES WEAK WOMEN STRONG SICK WOMEN WEIL Dr PtfK s JttMirMrt fWfote rafulmte aai treagtSna Stem ack Liver and Bemto r SHOES We carry the Hamilton Brown and Walk- Over suoes and there are none better made as every one knows and will testify who has ever worn them FOR MEN 350 to 500 FOR LADIES 200 to 350 NOTIONSI- fit is notions youwaht we have them and our price is right If you dont see what you call for itt we will supply your wants r KRUEGER SON DANIEL The Celebrated Slightofhand Artist and Ven triloquist will show at the MT VERNON COURT HOUSE Thursday Evening DECEMBER 2 2 HOURS OF FUN AND MYSTERY Children I Oc Adults 20c irA I SpeaSeW We are offering a Special Sale on Clothingand k in his lot of clothing are some of the best Bargains ever offered in the county I Mens 15 Suits go for elf Boys Suits in proportion Every customer who buys anything from us gets ift a coupon which is afterwards exchanged for a tickes g on a SU5 talking machine Alwash ask for coupon J J sTOKEs P S We have good Shingles for sale at 2 50 i per thousand Z 3 a 3eS GRANVILLE Oi iTt t UNDERTAKER ENSiW I Brodhead Ky I COMPLETE LINE Coffins Caskets and Robes AU Mail Telegraph or Telephone orders Promptly Filled X J4 Tttr i t t EMT VERNON SINAL A4 KY Ncv 26ol909i 1 713 Call up No 79 whamyou want to Communicate with SIGNAL 79 r I I R TIME TABLE 22 north 455 P m 24 north 352 a m 23 south 1144 a n 21 South 1219 a m TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postoffice as secondclass mail matt- erPPRSUNAL J Bob Pike was down from Corbin TuesdayAtty C C Williams was in St Louis Saturday Miss Louana Whitehead was in Stanford Mpnday Miss Ann Baker of Livingston is with relatives here Mrs Josie Perciful bas moved from here to Pittsburg W M WalJen expects to leave for Texas next week Supt G M Ballard is in Central City Ky on business a few days Claud Cox has been very sick since Monday but better today fe Hall Pryor of Louisville is here this week and will remain till MondayMiss Elizabeth Adams came home from Caldwell College for ThanksgivingMoore Jeweler has moved into one of J Fishs residences on Isfc1 Newcomb Ave Henry Cozatt assistant L N Agt has been hunting a few days f near Parksyille Af Mr and Mrs L R Hughes rate up from Stanford to eat Thanksgiving dinner Miss Rhoda Bowman of Conway is with her brother Clerkelect S F Bowman near town Misses Annie Tate and Jennie Davis spent Sunday with Miss Cora Griffin at Rnc eye Charlie Adams of the Cove section who has had fever for two months is improving rapidly Quite a crowd from here wert over to Brodhend Wednesdaj evening to attend the contest Atty J W Brown and Uncle John Reams spent vesterdav in Lebanon with Marion Commandery W M Owens our splendid Livingston correspondent spent Thanksgiving with Mr and Mrs P W Durbin- L Warren Hughes Dr R L Davidson George D Florence and Wm Taylor were up from Stanford a few hours Sunday W A Cox S S Daily and S F Bowman Rev A J Pike of 1Brodhead and B C Mullms of Pine Hill went to London Monday JurorsiWill H Fish the clever young clothier spent Thanksgiving in Lexington with his sisters Misses Daisy and Julia who are attending Campbell Hagerman College LOCAL iFOR A PERFECT FIT and perfect suit go to J Fish When you want doors and windows come to us S R MCKENZIE Co There will be a box supper at Maretburg tomorrow night The proceeds for the benefit of the church I am calling on you my last time for what you owe me Please take notice Settle at once Nov 19 2t G T JOHNSON TAXPAYER Every one should read Tax Payers article in this issue It contains many truths from which we should all profit By experience and training we are prepared to do the best of watch and jewelry repairing If you need anything in our line give us a jcall Shop over Peoples Bank We jfuarantf our work Novi9t F L MOORE Beginning Saturday November 27th I will sell all my trimmed hats at greatly reduced priced Nowis your opportunity to get a a handsome hat for a small price Drop in when you are in town would be glad to see you MIiS CLEOWBROWN ni 0 Two weeks from next Monday is circuit court A smallchild of Mr and Mrs W M Sowder died ot scarlet fever Saturday Have you seen our new line of Rockers They are beauties- S B MCKENZIE Co The Bob Whites have been suffering at the hands of the nimrods since the law went out Mr G W Gentry will have a sale on Monday Dec 6th and two weeks later expects to leave for the west The remains of little Minnie Audrey Pennington the account ofwhose death appears in the Livingston correspondence were brought here for brial Thanksgiving exercises by the children were held at the Brown Memorial chapel Dr Lovel hnd Mr Van Winkle made short but appropriate and interesting talks Marriage license were issued this week to John Singleton age 21 of Lincoln county and Della Singleton age 18of Brodhead and to Andy Singleton age 18 of Lincoln county and Hattie Singleton aged r9of Hiatt Johnny the ten year old son of George Bullock of near Sparks Quarry attempted to climb on a heavy loaded wagon Saturday and fell the wheel passing over his neck killing him instantly It occuned so quickly that the driver John Herd was powerless to save the little fellow Friday Dec 3rdwitl be laid the corner stone of the new Govern ment building at London arrange ments are being made for a great day which occurrence will mark a new epoch in that prosperous and uptodate mountain town There will be several distinguished visit ors present on that day Mr W J Gilmore the noted Danville nimrod is located in the Flat Rock section and the game is living trembling in its tracks He has been highly successful and has bagged hundreds of birds The people out in that locality think so much of Mr Gilmore that they wont let anybody hunt upon their premises but him and naturally he has a very prolific game field inIwhich to operate Danville Ad rateAll the ladies of Mt Vernon who are interested in the organization of a Womans Club are requested to meet at Langdon Dormitory next Tuesday Nov 30th at 330 p m The object of this meeting is to discuss plans decide on sub jects for study etc Everybody is asked to come with suggestions It will be the purpose of the club to take up earnestly those quest ions of interest to all of us the betterment of our homes schools and community Taylor brothers prominent young men residing in the east end of the county were given a penitentiary sentence ot six months by a jury in the Pulaski Circuit Court on the charge of ku kluxing Judge Jarvis immediately gave the gentlemen a new trial and hundreds of the most prominent citizens stood ready to go their bond It appears that much pretty thievery had been going on in the locality where the Taylor brothers reside Suspects were cowhided bya band ofalleged kuklux and the Taylors are thought to be innocent however and it is not believed that they will ever be punished Danville Advocate ONE OF NATURES NOBLEMEN GONE TO THE GREAT BEYOND Dr John S Cooper formerly of Livingston died at 6 oclock yester day evening af Norton Infirmary Louisville H had been suffering from an organic trouble for sone time and went to the infirmary where he underwent a surgical operation ten days ago and from the effects of which he never fully revived Dr Cooper was an old Army Surgeon where he had served years with credit and dis tinction He had been located in Louisville the past ten years where he held a position in the Government service Dr Cooper was 69 years of age and leaves a wife who was Miss Jalia Redd a most charming woman and two sons to mourn the loss ofa devoted husband aucl father The burial will take place in Louisville tomorrow Peace to his ashes glory rata his- immortalsouhr T 1 u Oee G60 OO saeoaoooeowe oooewoteoe saoeoQraooosooesoeoeooo oooeoaeseeoreosooo0ooooeoooo0eoeosoeeoooooeoroeaaaoo0oa0oo 4ia0t1 id E9t79Qi00 i ieOLsSCfStJ0009sOSDQrOui9 50039o- a0 cti8tfl1ifl eoeileltaic 0 i 1j8 iiDVX000 8AOta SOmClfal Q60- o0 t GOo a Goo roe- eey fie ft 0 ell 0 ele j aco e 1 pee 0 ta- tJo t 0oe if OGo 1 e 0 0 a C i o o 0 1 cJo eoe 0oa e iI ae- e e tiei oo 0 5000C c9D ac ea0is a QQ a Aoo i 00 co- e00qs0 TO BUY THIS MANY AND MORE Qoae 000 fe Cv5 eo0 oe r 0e oo e SUITSOVERCOATSa0 Otse G 0 18- oe Oil tloe 0ee- se8 giiHATS SHOES SHIRTS TIES 3 SOX and Cl- m ce 000 4900 gii 80 RJ NISHINS GOOOSi tiro doe 00 oee oGl0 gi We need money and we are cutting down deep im eoo eea cop 000- oeinto our profits to raise the cash oe IIoe8- Oee 0oeee0p Ieso goodsoeOEinOGomii sedondhand or auction stuff to offer 1 i Q m s0 i 300 0o0 m 1 SHbES and HOSIERY for all thefamiYAooGte i 0 eo0- eOL e FOLLOWe0 I Q m e oC e0STAR BRAND oaA o0p cot SHOES ARE LEATHER000 ea aQ WE SELL THEM ooh o0 oo0CoaoQitiOfl0 A0m 00JOat900g0 0a- eeoooeoeooooeoooc oeooaeoaoooaooooo eYe0e0e0i0i0i0000000e0eeThey Hats at Fishs SALE- I will sell at public auction on Monday December 6 at my home on Renfroe creek the following 75 barrels of corn 2 good mares i cow i good mowing machine and rake disc harrow andmany other farm implements I will also sell my household and kitchen furniture Terms of sale will be known on day of sale G W GENTRY SR H C Jones Auctioneer BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOOL A praise service was held yes terday in the school chapel Mr Cox offered two beautiful prayers and Dr Lovell and Mr Van Winkle made very helpful and appropriate remarks Mrs Annie Miller Miss May Miller Mr Bowling and Mr Eber Mullins accompanied by Miss Liela May Lovell gave a beautiful Thanksgiving quartet The primary and intermediate pupils sang some of their school songs appropriate for Thanksgiving Day The report cards for the second month of schol will be given out next week Parents are requested to be on the lookout for them and to sign and return them a prompt as possibleMiss Smith has gone to Level Green to spend the holidays with Viola DeBord Louise McCoy is spending Thanksgiving with Blanche Crawford at Brodhead LIYlNGSTOfl J H Oliver has purchased the store house and lot known as the James Adams property from the Masonic order The Masons re served a lot on which to build their hall Price paidloooTheE- ight GableS Restaurant has changed hands again Lechleiter Broche having soldto Lee Johnson and James Coleman Pricepaid 5od the amount of the invoice Fred Owens who has been working in Louisville is with home folks this week and some one is glad V thisIW THE LARGEST SHOW ING OF GOOD CLOTHES IN MT VERNON IS AT THIS STORE etiinomraooimo QGe eO3tiet0ilti0- oooooaoooooo00oo0osoooovosooeoooooo0eee00000000oe00o0 ee Varnon Jr H W Bowman W H Burton and W N Riggs were in Mt Vernon FridayJohn Poynter who has been in Cincin nati for two months has returned home Deputy Sheriff Tom Nice ley went to Corbin and arrested Ben Lewis and took him to Mt Vernon Monday Lewis is the star witness in the Mize murder caseJ H Walton will give a dinner Thurs layW M Hamilton a dwife of Tyner Jackson county have been visiting the family of Wi N Riggs the past tveekr Galloway church gave a free dinner to its members and Sundayschooland free school Thursday Little Harry Jenkins who was so badly burned with lye is some betterEd Quinn and family of Paris who have been visiting J B Hayes have returned home They were accompanied by Miss Ethel HayesJ M Four the blind man is in London selling halter chains of nib own makeW F Sherridan chief manager of trans poration for the L Nwas here last weekThere is some talk of the L N putting on a yard en gine hereMiss Maggie Martinis in Cincinnati this weekMrs George Howell is visiting in Cole mont this weekMr and Mrs Nathan McWhorter went to Jack son county this week to attend the funeral of James Baker There yet remains two pieces of concrete not done We would like very much to see this finished Come on bovs do your paat it would look so much better if itwas- doneMrs D H Owens mana ger of the Livingston exchange is very sickYour correspondent was in Mt Vernon Sunday and while there got a birds eye of your city Oh the change it has undergone in the past ten years It al most reaches from hill to hilland the huts or shacks have been re placed by nice cottages The streets are piked and another thing education has kept pace with the times But I will say no more for I am partial to our own dear LivingstonThere been added in the last week one more doubleheading crew at Livingston Bert Kelley who was down with pneumonia is some better Agent C Po Key 00 000 poe co pire rdogesr- hoe eoo me t 00s pee 1 OoaCn AGOQe o fJoQtae 0oe000000oU0H00000099020ee0eePJeOosC 0000000oes 000e eo nolds and wife are visiting in Hamilton Ohio this week and R L Johnson is holding down his place at the depotLast Sunday was payday here and everything seemed livelyThe Holy Rollers have concluded their meeting and gone to other fields of labor From what we are able to learn they did a good work We will say to them come again there is plenty to do in their line Died November 24th 1909 Little Audrey Penuington daughter of Mr and Mrs T J Pennington She was taken sick Saturday and died Wednesday with that dread disease tonsilitis She was five years old and a bright and loving child The bereaved family have the svmpath of the entire commu nity Weep not for me dear father For I have gone to rest To be with my dear Savior In the land of the pure and the blessed Weep not for me dear mamma Though my body is under the sod My soul it is in heaven In the Paradise of God Blessed are the children that die in the Lord They aretaken home to heaven to reap their reward Then dry your tears and listen to what the Savior didsay And Prepare to meet dear Audrey on the resurrection day LEVEL GREEN As there has been no news from Level Green for several issues of the SIGNAL we shall beglad to chronicle some items of recent occurrenceD R Gentry is on the sick list this week but will soon be out againThe protracted meeting at Friendship closed Sunday after a week of much good work by the Rev Prouse ot Texas There is also a series of meetings at Poplar Grove Master Harve Brown has about recovered from a serious attack of heart trouble which seized him recently the cause of the trouble is known but it would take a physician to diagnose his case Floyd Gentry who is attending Brown h Memorial School spent iiiThanksgiving with homefolks R L Brown of Somerset spent Snnday at Level Green with home folks J DeBord recently suffered a small damage to his dwelling and furniture by fireA- H Debord sold to Thomas Dehord a snap of young mules at 25000 J J Brown is erecting a fine sto barnM B Jones has his tobacco stripped and in the hand ready for marketHobert Brown O H Debordand T J Brown spent Snnday afternoon on Scaggs creek fishingMiss Ola Debord and Katie Price who are in School at Mt Vernon spent Thanks giving at home Misses Lela Mc Quary Velma Mize Alma Burton and Losie Levesay spent Sunday at Level Green at a Biithday dinner i CASTORIIAYrFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Utifinature of POSTED We whose names appear below strictly forbid hunting or tres passing on our premises and will prosecute to the extent of the law anyone guilty T H Coffey J J Smith D L Carter Ky Freestone Co P Y Hunt Tihnan Frith- J C GibbsAnte Boiein J BCummins J H Reynolds Jos W Moore Mrs Alice Moore Lee Coffey John Leece p I GFrith Smith PretvettI H S Joe Coffey Alvah Iaret David Hysinger Mrs Josie Davault The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Ta- rtarakingPowdq xAbsolutePURE The Docr9s o QstioirHow are your bowels This is generally the first queS- tion the doctor heirs He knows what a sluggish liver knows what a long list of distressing com headachesplaintsbilious attacks debility ar pilleWe wish you would talk with your own doctor about this subject Ask him at the same time if he approves of Ayers PilIsDo 3S he says JC11uerCoLowcitas J j r T twYJ tffti1 r Better Not Get- Dyspepsia4 If you can help it Kodol prevents Dyspepsia by effectually helping Nature to Relieve Indigestion But dont trifle with Indigestion A great many pE4Iple who have trifled with indigeson have been sorry for itwhen nervous or chronic dyspepsia resulted and they have not been able to cure it L Use Kodol and prevent having Dyspepsia Everyone is subject to indiges tion Stomach derangement follows stomach abuse just as naturally and just as surely as a sound and healthy stomach results upon the taking of Kodol When you experience sourness of stomach belching of gas and nauseating fluid bloated sensation gnawing pain in the pit of the stomach heart burn socalled diarrhoea headaches dullness or chronic tired feelingyou need Ko dol And then the quicker you take Kodol the better Eat what you want let Kodol digest it Ordinary pepsin dyspepsia tab lets physics etc are not likely to be of much benefit to you in digestive ailments Pepsin is only a partial digesterand physics are not digesters at all Kodol is a perfect digester If you could see Kodol digesting every particle of food of all kinds in the glass testtubes in our laboratories you would know this just as well as we do- Nature and Kodol will always cure a sick stomachbut in order to be cured the stomach must rest That is what Kodol doesrests the stomach while the stomach gets well Just as simple as A B C Our Guarantee- Go to your druggist today and get a dol lar bottle Then after you have used the entire contents of the bottle if you can honestly say that it has not done you any good return the bottle to the druggist and he will refund your money without ques drugIdstforgoodThisand to but one in a family The large bot tie contains 2i times as much as the fifty cent bottle Kodol is prepared at the labora tories of E C DeWitt Co Chicago Sold by CHAS C DAVIS rWideAwake PeoplefAre the ones that buy theYneedat the time j it So bear in mind we have every thing you i need in the Drug r way 1ZI W- L Drugs lVledicinest Stationery Toilet Ar 1 tides Perfumes Paints and Oils Hot or cold So ft R da water jjj CHAS C DAVIS 1 Leading Druggist Phone 89 x Irk UNDERTAKE IJ Our line of Couch Cask tsIis unexcelled Handmade Coffins 11thej f IfiAll ordersby Wire Promptly FilledIW A COX Phone 94S MT VERNON KY J =tn1nnnttntnnnntnntHn1nntnnnntnnn t 1 JftT VERM DjKKBT CD PRACTICALUNDERTAKERS mFUNERAL DIRECTORS AND- EMBALMERS It Mt Vernon Ky g COUCH METALIC CASKETS = Coffins and Robes sS Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of Eworkfor the company = STQrders by wire promptly tilled Hearse sent to all points gerir = Office Mt Vernon Monumental Building 4mUUUUmlmmU1U1U1U1IIIU1IIIIIIUIIUlmUUlUllmll yfe ihat Have You to Show kYour LABORS t f The only witness you have is tie money you saver A persdii able to earn money is with the Peoples p Bank also ctPab1e of saving a part of it J A1 The righ waris to send or biing what money you can spare to tl1 bank for safe keeping The right time is when you get your pay for your labor count out what you owe and send balance to Peoples Bank rather than carry it about with you and after having started bankac count you will feel far more independent for you Will be ably to lntretfilture obligations and emep I gen leq andsleiness f Y ours very ti ulyI PEOPLES BANK iypi3 JtC h tqw 0 Rl r 1 U s V A ii lj Ti 17itftpt PINE HILL RE Langfoid visited his CovtfCarpentertat Pine Hill SundayMr Frank Leigh who has been in bed for a few days with asthma is able to he out again Mrs Albert Grifiu was in town shopping Monday Mrs Julia Doan of Corbin was the guest of home folks last week cjieave Carpenter of Mt Vernoti vistCed relatives at this place Sun day W M Hansel of this place ha moved his store closer to his house Joe Reams was in Pine Hill Sunday Mrs Charlie Thomas visited relatives at Pine Hill Satur d fy and Sumay Lincoln Doan was with home folks Sunday Official confirmation of the ex ecution of Leroy Cannon and Leonard Groce Americans by the Zlaian Government in Nicaragua was ollowed by a statement from the Nicaragua Legation at Wash ingtou justifying the action od tht grounds that the men confessed to locate mines in order to blow up two vessels carrying Government troops STATE OF Onto CITY OF ss TOIFDO LUCAS COUNTY Frank J Cheney makes oath that hf senior partner ot the firm Frank J Cheney Co doing business the City of Toledo cuiiijv y i ii state aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum oj ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each andevery case of Catarrh that can not be cured by the use of Halls Catarrh Cure FRANKJ CHENEY Sworn tobefore me and sub scribed in my presence this 6th day of December A D 1886 SEAL A W GLEASON Notary Public Halls Catarrh Cure is taken M internally aud acts directly on the bloodand mucous surfaces of the system Seud for testimonials free ii F J CHENNY CO Toledo 0 Sold by all druggists jSc Take Halls Family Pills for constipation Asserting that a sixmonths trial as ordered by the courts has shown 4 rat to be without t profit to the railroads the Louis afasking that to tlie njunctions against j the enforcement of the rate be reinstated The petition is in the hand of Judge TG Jones now holding court in Birmingham Ala KILLS HER FOE OF 20 YEARS uThe most merciless enemy 1 had for 20 yearsr declares Mrs James Duncan of Haynesville Me was Dyspepsia I suffered intensely after eating or drinking and could scarcely sleep Alter many remedies had failed and everal doctors gave me up I tried Eleclrid Bitters whichcured me completely Now I can eat anvtbhig I am 7o years old and am overjoyed to get my health and strength back again For Indi gestion Loss of Appetite Kidney Trouble Lame Back Female Com = plaints its unequaled Only 50C at Chas C Davis For the first time for almost a year the National Monetary Com mission met Saturday at Washing ton Saturdays meeting was the first offa series which probably t will continue throughout the weet It is not expected that a final re- porti will be made before Decem ber 1910 tA SCALDED BOYS SHRIEKS horrified his grandmother Mrs Maria Taylor of Nebo Ky who writes that when all thought he J would die Bucklers Arnica Salve l wholly cured him Infallible for f Burns Scalds Cuts Corns Wounds Bruises Cares FeverSores Boils Skin Eruptions Chilblains Chapped hands Soon routs Piles 25C Chas C Davis il Buy The Best r BALLARDS SNOW lliUNIMENT Always makes a hit when used or- RHEUMATISM SPRAiNS CUTS WOUNDS BURNS i STIFF JOINTS CORNS BUNIONS ETC Price 25c 50c and 100 BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO ST LOUIS MISSOURI SeltlltlMlllec ninn drby CHAS C DAVIS r t ftl t iH ii GAP The rfitich needed rain at last has comeJohn Weaver who has been an invalid for some time is gradually growing worseSeveral from this place attended the Odd Fellow March at Union Thanks giving dayRev Griffie preached at Mullins Valley near the late Taylor Mullins rest ence last Sat urday aud Sunday iThe Pusi Office at this places getting along nicely Miss Stella Adam visited her mother and sister at Berea Saturday and Sunday William Griffiu Sr has his farm and stocx advertised for saleGran Griffin aud family have moved from this place on John Cummins farm near Near New Hope Miss Chelcie Mullins is visiting her cousin near Blanche Ky Henry Ovens and little son R so visited his sister Mrs Rosa Payne Sunday Miss Dove Morris is suffering from Tonsiluis Rob Shepherd and Chesley Payne have been adding the needed im provements to the school house Mrs Jas Cummins is very sick at this timeJack Drew and family are selling out and expect to make their future home in Hamilton Ohio Chesley Payne was in Mt Vernon first ot the weekMrs Mollie Singleton who has inflama tory rheumatism is no better The school at this place will dose tie 17th of Dec with an entertainment Every body cordially invited BRADLEY IN CINCINNATI I am here on law business said United States Senator William O Bradley of Kentucky when seen last evening at the Hotel SintonhYe I am in favor of improving the Ohio river and I presume that matter will be one rf the most important propositions which will come up before Congress this winter I do not expect to go to Washington until the beginning of the congressional session When asked concerning the present status of night riding in Ktntucky and the efforts of Gov ernor Wilson to put down these outrages Senator Bradley said I think that night riding in Kentucky has ceased to be an epidemic Of course there have been recent out breaks of that character but it appears now that the practice has ben pretty well suppressed FORCED INTO EXILE Wm Upchurch of Glen Oak Okla was an exile from home Mountain air he thought would cure a frightful lung racking cough that had denied all remedies for two years After six months he re turned death dogging his steps KingsSTher takins MX bottles I am as well as ever It saves thousands vearty from desperate lung disea ses Infallible for Coughs and Colds it dipels Hoarseness and Sore throat Cures Grip Bron chitis Heraorrages Asthma Croup Whooping Cough soc androotrial bottle free guaranteed by Chas C Davis- Continued improvement in the condition of John G Carlisle Ls noted at St Vincents Hospital New York where the former Secretary of the Treasury has been seriously ill for some time W A11 Carson WALLPAPERINGDECORATING ETC LARGE STOCK OF PAPER AL WAYS ON HAND Our work is guaranteed W A CARSON Mt Vernon Ky Mount Vernon Monumental WORKS 1M IDEALElGranite Monuments ofall kinds Estimates fUlnishetJ- on application GEO O WENS Prop ffi V l fli 1T1IAlti BURG a fhebunters in this section are quite plentifuLMessrs Edgar Griffin and Hugh Cress spent a part of last week at Mr Nets Griffins Ottie Reynolds visited his mother and hunted while here Mrs Lou Purcel and son Frid of St Louis arrived Tuesday Will remain till afer Christinas Miss Ethel Browns Ray Hunt and Judith McCall of Brown Memorial spent Fridav until Mondav with lomefolks The girls are much lu love with the sbool and facultj Si nee the rain waver is plentiful Sunday school reorganized last Sunday Bro Elmer Honk and A Burke Supt and Assistant Supt Logan McCa11Bible leachf Miss Jalia Reynolds ladies teacht Miss Mary Houk intermediatt Mist Mary Snivel Secretary Sec Miss Lena McCall TreasBeingi- n need of a few small necessities- at the church aud the inside work epainted the ladies of the cnurch will have a box supper Saturday night Nov 27 at the church All the ladies that will come and assist by bringing a box and the gentlemen by coming and buying them will be highly appreciated- by the church All churches are invited TOWN LOTS FOR SALEIdesire to sell my residence in Mt Vernon which consists of one half acre ground and a good eight room residence with all the necessary outbuildings Also a house and lot in Livingston known as the Coffey property a good five room cottage in good repair For terms address J P LEICHLEITER Sept 24tf Mt Vernon Ky In a kicking football game Yale defeated Harvard Saturday 8 to o Capt Coy dropped two field goals front the 35 yard line and Harvard on a crimson block kick made a safety behind its own goal line Yale made lew attempts at rushing and only once in the game was within touchdown distance of the Harvard goal line It was Capt Coys right foot which won the game DeWitts Lit Je Early Risers the safe sure gentle easy little liver pills Be sure to get DeWitts Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve the original Always refuse substi tutes and imitations The original DeWitts Cat boIized Witch Hazel Salve is good for anything a salve is used for but is especially good for piles Sold by Chas C Davis M L MYERS Dsntist At Residence on Old Main t MT VERNON KY Will be in office at Livingston every Monday Work guaranteed R W DYCHE DENTIST MT VERNON KY Office at residence on Main TtI Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty Work guaranteed Brodhead Marble Work S BRODHEAD KY Granite and Marble Monuments and Tombstones manufactured by ALBRIGHT FRANCISCO Also Agents for Iron Fence D Bf ALBRIGHT Manager C C Williams ATTORNEYATLAW MT VERNON KY irOFPICE 2cd floor o TheBank of Mt Vernon on Churc- hstreetSpecial attention given to collections Phone No 80 3 C McCLA R Y NDRTAKRaDd EMBALMER Kyi 1 of J a i3S CATORIA For Infants and Children The Kind Yo Have AiwaysBought tfy Bears theQSignature oft In- Use US For Over 1Thirty Year- sCASTORIA YOU 3KTK 33 ti I PRICES CUT Mw a ION ren s Low Shoes iJ Must go regardless of Cost Dont fail to see our line defore you buy m J McKENZIE SON Ii Phone 93 r rC rN0T1ELAll of my goods consistingof MEN stdOVER COATS w J LADIES CLOAKS fJ V WILL BE SOLD AT COST EROM NOWUNTIL 1909Isell at auc tion to following goods tDRY GOODS SHOES HATS ODD PANTS AND ODD COATS III AC HIATT I HIATT KENTUCKY I Why Suffer Are you one of the thousands of women wHo suffer from female ailments If so dont be discour aged go to your druggist and get a bottle of Wine of iCardui On the wrapper are full directions for use During the last half century Cardui has been remedyforcontains no harmful ingredients and can ba depend ed on in almost any case M Take CAR DU I 334 It Will Help You SuewritesBefore I began taking Cardui I could not do a days work I JOurmedicineAT ALL DRUG STORES