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Digital page images are linked to the text file. j j Published Every Friday TT7 n 0 un e r iguI = VOLUME XXIV MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY DECEMBER 2 1910 NUMBER 10 s Ii I5i Q HRISTMAS GOODS L f 1 1 have been buying Christmas goods and bring I ing to Mt Vernon for several years but I 1v 0 have on display now the most elab 0 Vib iorate stock I have ever had I 1 7 ft Come in and see r r t copyrightstt IAnd r C1everet lassiest Presents riThe Young and Old iLl FjJr1 i g it12 Ie WE n dJSr i iltJfSHOWING YE IN STIRLING EBONY STAGG SOLID SILVER 1 pLITARY TOIKET BRUSHES MANICIJRE J LWNEYS CANDIES FlsOM iOc TO4OjQ r EVERYTHING FOUND IN LAND iffi 4 J CHAS G DJOOS Lead ing Druggistt tasss t l VERNON7cKENTUCKYd l it im8R UHA D The twomcmths old boy baby of Mr and Mrs Morris Proctor died and was hurried in the Baptist churchyard Monday Mrs Proctor r Was Miss Erma Tharp Hermon Frith who has been very sick for several days with rheumatism is some better but unable to sit up Rev Green Fish preached an ex cellent sermon at the Christian church Sunday That church is again pastorless- A Mr Huston of the Maretburg section has purchased for 100000 the farm at Cummins Station known as the Aunt Lucy New comb Burk is conducting a series of vocal music lessons at Oak HlllRev A J J Pike advises that he will preach the dedicatory sermon oi the Oak t Grove Baptist church next Sunday Ezra Testerman has moved to Louisville and will likely secure a position with the Louisville City Railway Co as street car conduct or He held this position before coming to this place about a year Proctor has moved to Bee Lick Mrs Mary Johnson has moved into the property vacated byProctor W G Cooper now lives where Mrs Johnson lelt i V rI W H Tucker will move into the property vacated by Mr Testerman J B Laws will go into the house Tucker moves from and Mrs Sallie Barnes will probably move back into her own property where Mr Laws has been living Some one 4 will hav to mope as we are out nowMr and Mrs Ora Frith spent of er Sunday with relatives in Livingston Mr Annie Graybeel of London has Returned home after a few days visit with her brother Granville Owens of this place and sister MrsJ oe Cash of Ottawa Miss Amy Proctor of Mt Vernon visited her uncle I W Proctor here first of weekMiss Clyde Watson a pupil of Brown Memorial school spent Thanksgiving and until Sunday with her parents hereMiss Elizibeth her cousins Mrs Clyde Hit DIof Stanford and Elizabeth Vermillion of Danville first ot week Misses Edith Moore Lena and Eva Albright accompan iedr her home and spent Thanksgiving with Miss Nannie Mc Whorter at Berea Mfr W H Lyons of Lyons Ky firstrsiteFthe week Steve Proctor was in town Tuesday In police court 1 DOYon Way Do feel all tired out Do you sometimesyou cant work away at your profession or nervesssl awake sad et your stomach too Has ambition to forge lteadin the world left you P Ifso you might as well stoP to your misery You can do itif t will iercesGolden Medical Discovery willyou aditrerentindividH It will set your lazy liveryou stomach sail It will set in your back Itwill purify your blood consumptionRit will that dread awaykeep gamed a foothold in the form Of a snmptionbilll twill bring about a Icieg cough bronchitis ingat the lungsor Dr R V Pierce ears ai HisLof tice great eae6ise has come Dee t be wheedled substibyIorDrPlerccs mediJIIC l Thefreveryingrediaptprinted efliedWithout no taraiiag 66 drugs WorldsAaeo +wtios B a lo N Y 1S ir f here Tuesday in the case or Matt Stevens sueing Nelson Messer for obstructing public passway Messer was fined 27 50 On Wednesday in same court John Roberts and sons Charley Luther and Clarena were tried and held over in the sum of 25000 each excepting Clarena Roberts awaiting the action of the Grand Jury for assaulting Oscar Spoonamore last Saturday It seems that on last Friday Clarena Roberts who is 12 years old was trying to get two children of Arch Browns to fight when Spoonamore interfered caus ing the Roberts boy to use some very ugly talk whereupon Spoona more threatened to paddle him if YoungRobertsparents that Spoonamore attempted to whip him This irritated the father and two brothels so much that on Saturday they all fell upoi Spoonamore but were beaten off One of the boys used knife cat ting two ugly gashes in Scoona moors back and otherwise bruised him up considerably County Attorney Sam Lewis came down and C C Williams de fended the case- CATARRH CANNOt BE CURED with Local Applications as they cannot reach the seat of the disease Catarrh is a blood or constitutional disease and in order to cure it you must take internal remedies Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter nallyt and acts directly on the bloodandmucous surfaces Halls Catarrh Cure is not a quack medi erne It was prescribed by one of the best physicians in this country for years and is a tegular pro scription It is compo edofthe best tonics known combined with the best blood purifiers acting directly on the mucous surfaces The perfect corhbinatiori of the two produces such wonderful results in curing Catarrh Send for testimoni Is free J F J CHENEY PropsToledo Sold by Druggists price 75V Take Halls Family Pills fot con StiPaLiontLT Cr 1887 we will also show you a nobby line of goods such as bags music rolls lap pads purses and pocket books fqfcf i Z look for them i tr ARE THIS trXlVw NEW AND SETS HAT AND SETS TOY placeAndy agoChas Tharpvisited Feel This 1makc prosecutedand ingredients leather Dont AND LIY1NG8TOJS Cam Mullins arrested Jim French Hobe McClure and Dan Mason and they are in jailat Mt awaiting circuit court VernonI connected in the last trouble at Livingston Pine Hill and Mullins Station One of they boys swam Roundstone creek to get away from Mullins After he was on the opposite side from Mul lins he was ordered to stop by Mullins who could not cross the creek The boy was about to chill 1to deathand Mullins sympathies got the best ot him and he let the boy proceed but got him the next dayS E Hellard has purchased the Overbey blacksmitliing outfit and will try his luck aj thatH W Bowmau has returned from Cincin nati where he went to purchase the roofing for the Masonic Hall Uncle George Parsons of the Big Glades was hereup till Sunday when he left for Berea to Visit his son James Parson Rev Frank Walton and wife of Lebanon Ky visited Mr and Mrs John Walton Saturday Mr and Mrs T W Spires of Rolling Forkvisited their daughter Mils A W ThanksgivingI carrier at Parksville Mrs J BiJ Hayes received a message Friday that one of Ed Quinns children was seriously ill arid she left at once for Paris She reports later that the child is muchImproved MrWHt Merrimee andchild renlor Paris who have been yisit ing Mr and Mrs GeqPepe re turned to their home Sunday Mr and Mrs R W Bales were in London Satur a Mrs Trae 3rTaylorj ter fey days visit with Mrs J D H llhave returned to thei- rhomeL G PaIJlI as in Pine Hill SaturdayJH Bower of and pu sjierTel Si tardajr sti ht iCrSHi COrott nthrdetis T t spending few days at Lebanon this weekMrs Geore Livesay of tbeVabdsection spent Thanks giving with the family of John Walton John Magee of Lancaster has been here several days visiting his brother Judge Magee and sis ter Mrs J H Browning J P HJ Drummond was in Mt Veinon Tuesday on business Mrs G M Ballard was iu Mt Vernon Sat urday Rev A j Pike of Brod head was here between trains Sat urdayJ A Oliver of jthis place and his father of the river section were in Mt Vernon Tuesday We are very sorryto hear of the illness of Mrs G D CookMr- and Mrs T J Penuington were in Mt Vernon from Saturday until SundayS C FranklLi who has been located at Bertha bribe past week is with us again J H Dickerson was in London Monday on Business Bill Graves has moved into the house puichased from Brack Graves Bill Moore moved into part of the same house WO Rivers has moved into of Mrs Sue Mullins houses 1JenkiIn the last few been a great deal of stealing going on near herecars have leenbrok- en open and robbed depots have been robbed but at present we will not give any names as some pt the parties have not been arrested yet and have ben asked to hold our peace for a spell until the band of the law could fasten on them But will have this to say Parents twill have a great deal to answer for way they let their children ro Y i1canCbmelntotivingston almost anyhurin the night arid y uwi11fi dgngJ boys Irpm the age of 12 t016prowU1gaJ over towit when they should be under their parents roof But instead they are tnlllrsottso bad CQm1 tpanYJItll p rensj eu are to blante I 1 f iiJ r1f I- Establishedils I 2 j PATTERNS r BRUSHES apecredo t a a J i c to i f33fc3 HOW TO PAY- ACCOUi NTS By paying bills by Check and not b- yt Currency Old checks are permanent receiptstOpen a checking account with us even if it is small You can start an account with us with as I small amount as onq dollar SiiAskyour neighbor how he likes doing- y business with us 7 I Game in and talk with us Glad to see you at any time WE WISH YOU A MERRY XMAS Yours tru- lyPEOPLES t BANr t I i i f So if they are not at preaching or some other place where they will be in good hands lets keep them out of town and off the streets Bad company has ruined many a man and brought sorrow to many a family V ENDS WINTER TROUBLES To many winter is a season of trouble Thi frost bitten toes and fingers chapped hands arid lips chilblains cold sores red and rough skins prove this But such troubles fly beforeiBucklens Arnica Salve A trial convinces Greatest healer pf Burns Boils Piles Qutjjiv Sorest Eczema and Sprains Only 250 lathasrC 2 k j IIL l I Bu RBALESTATE I hails it present some t very desirable gar lan d some mineral andtim berlaudndsome town property its ajl for sale come in and see irie before YOU buy I will sell or exchange with you You winfin imeat the Bank of Mt Vernon A B FURNISH Mt Vernon Ky BANKS ON SURE THING NOW t DrKingswrites A Schirigeck 647 Buffalo N ywr y turedJn of chronicconstipationwbenall others failed Unpqualed for Biliousness 1anadi thdiftetttoB analtDebility 3 V V i t J r J r1 4 MT VERNON SIGNAL 1 FiuDAitJ Dec 2 1910 t PubBsfad every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT t i IUIBCtIP7I0 ONE YEARL00 rAJttisin rates made known OH application a MEMBSROP r r SQatfftfGBfir PRESS ASSOCIATION rh t ANNOUNCEMENT 1 We are authorized to announce If BALLARD as a candidate for Repre sentativ of Rockcastle and Laurel coun ties subject to the action of the Repub lican party f We ate authorized to announce R G WRBBas a candidate for Representative of Rockcastle and Laurel counties sub L ject to the action of theRepublican par 1 We are authorized to announce E B Thompson a candidate for Representa iver Rockcastle and Laurel counties subject to the action of the Republican party Special from Washington says k The Supreme Court Justice Lurton rendering the opinion JtOOBY dismissed with cqsts the case n ref jbharlfcs Richardson plaintiff in error vs Scretarvot State H L V McObesuey This case was an u attack upon the validity of the ap I900Iand certain amendments thereto The averment of the bill was Aistricta are grossly an unnecessar ily unequal in population The Supreme Court does not piss upon the validity of the act it dismisses the bill because the thing McGhesney was to be pro hibited from doing related to the j election of November 1908 long since held ro The court says The thing- I sought to be prevented has been r done and cannot be undone by any- j1dicialaction Under such cirI vcumstaoces there is nothing but i a moot case The duty of the court ia limited to the decision of aotual controversies it should not pronounce judgement upon abstract questions however such influence furtheropinions might t action in like circumstances This ingloriously ends the effort 19001ierrymander Judicial proceedings were begun by Republicans in Kentucky in 1907 to test the alleged KerrY mander of the State for Congress zonal election purposes Charles Richardson in the Fourth conIgtessioual district filed a asking that the Secretary of State f 3 all his successor be enjoined from printing on the official ballots iu I9 8 the names of certain candidates fpr Congress j RICHARDSONS CLAIMS oiithatndeJedIof Congress and the constitution Such discrepencies exist in the appointment It was claimed that a voter in the Eighth district averaged in voting more than one and fourfifths times as much as a voter in the Eleventh At the election in 1908 it was argued before the Supreme Court the Republicans carried the Eleventh by over 21000 while the Demo crats carried the Eighth by about 1700 and the Third by about 500 The Kentucky Court ot Appeals held that it had no power under the State constitution to reviewI the action of the districting the State for Congress ional purposes and it questioned tie power of Congress to daso Memorial services for two distinguished Lincoln lawyers fattier and son who but recently passed over the dark river of death were held by the Stanford bar at con clusion of the recently term of the Lincoln circuit court Saturday afternoon Gathered with the local lawyers were Judge Lewis L Walker of Garrard Jommoi wealths Attorney Charles A liar Din of Mercer and Attorney Rol ertj Breckinridge and Morrison Breckinridge William J Prii e and Lanier of Danville thus git big representation to the fot r counties of the judicial district in the tribute paid to the late Judge M C Saufley whosat so long and so ably oo the bench of the district and to his son Geo B Saufley who was making such a brilliant reputation at the various courts A number of women Were present in the court room to hear the tribute to the memory of this remarkable pair of men and many spectators sat throughout the cere moniesJudge W Alcorn was chosen as chairman of the gathering Judge Walker spoke first paying beautiful tribute to his predecessor and his son and was followed by Judge Breckinridge who spoke as one of the old oaks left in the forest He had been intimately associated with Judge Saufley through u their ld ngcar ers and spoke feelingly Congressman HazY Helm drew a beautiful parallel of the lives of father and son Fountaine Fox Bobbitt paid them high eulogy and Mr Hardin spoke touchingly of his intimate association with Judge Sauflev when he was on the bench and of the very pleasure it was to have been associated with such a man William J Price K S Alcorn Dr J G Carpenter T J Hill all paid r1 high tribute to the memory of U e departed and Judge Alcorn closed with a feeling uuwte to the memory ot his lifelong friend ad the latter s son Appropriate resolutions were adopted but space will not permit our publishing ol them STRIKING FEATURES AT THE WENDLING TRIAL Weudling shows emotion for the first tim since arrested Miss Elizabeth Weitzer aunt of murdred girl identifies stocking shoe and glove found with bones as articles wurn by Alma Kelluer onthe da she disappeared from her home Mrs John Vall 1Jr Mrs Annie Grahle and Mrs Kcse Strubles testifies that Alma Kelluer reached St Johns hurcbIon December 8 199 and that janitor was casting glances at the little girl kneeling- at the altar Mrs Rosa Struhle testifies that when she left the church no one was in there but the janitor and the Kellner girl ofIing the girls disappearance and says that Wendling explained tiby saying Me burn old rags the furnace 1UI James M Peyton a meter spectoJ for the Louisville Gas Company swears that Wendling at first refused to allow him to enter muMc room under which the mutilated body ofAlma Kellner was found but gave his consent after inspector had tl r averted to appeal to Father Schuhtnanu Dr Ellis Duucjan Coroner de clares there cant a no doubt that the skeleton found in the cellar ot the music room was ttiaCofa white female cJld betweenthe ae oi 6 to 8 yearsJDjr Duncan also swears that the Body was hacked to pieces and then burned by fire i i 1 A Missourian who had forty hogs sold them last spring at 95 cents a pound They averaged 250 pounds apiece so he received 23 75 for each hog or SgSo for thelot Now the price has declined to abut 65 cents A consignment of the same size and same average weight would bring only 16 25 each or 650 for the lot This represents the reduction in the price of meats from the stanpoiut of the consumer there is nothing to add to past statements on that subject While price to the producer has declined to an extent making it keenly felt the price the consumer pays hasnt declined enough to be perceptible St Louis Republic AForThe Kind You Have Always Bought Bears thedSignature of SANTAwrTOLD SANTA CLAUSE is no longer a myth but is a real live SANTA He visited our STORE not long ago and has left the l most beautiful things for CHRISTMAS Such as suspenders ties arfs fi I I pwefry For Chnsfmas v Shoppers f Isn t Jewelry a boom for Christmas Doesnt it help to solves t the t5u ipg question what to give splendidly And isnt the Mack I f Jewelry department the best place in the world to buy We fr I have some fascinating designs in bracelets gold rings hat pins watch chains articles suitable for engraving Do not delay in coming in and i looking these items ove- rOVERCOATS I Well we have the latest things in overcoats andwe guarantee to save every man m2 to3 on every coat i T THE PRICE IS ALWAYS RIGBTr I 2 4 s Mx ciK tC c MegIO i i Royal is the only baking powder madeI from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar RcYAL13king PowderHighest I LeaveningEfficiency Makes Hot Breadsof tJIT JinIet some I Tnetflnlerior Journal reports two big judgments in the Lincoln CircuU Couit against the railroads Sla Owsley was given judgment for 5000 against the Louisv lie Nashville Rail road Cbnpanj for injuries alleged to have been sustained by being knocked offa track near Hazel Patch his old houie Attorneys Robert Harding and Pv M McRoberts represent ing the plaintiff Mrs Pearl Daniels of this city was warded a judgment against the Cincinnati New Orleans Txa3Pacific Railroad Company known as the Cincinnati Southern for 7000 damages for the death of her jhusband which took place at SonY r5et where he was em- PloYedeliYthe railroad some time ago SEe was killed in the railroad yards at Somerset Attorneys Harding Det ton Btireri Rawlings rS1Danr Col Mose C Wetmore died in St Louis as t1eresulttof injuries suffered when he was ruu down by a Jtvagon He was national Democratic committeeman from MissouriFEVENS DONT BUY A GUN until you havh seen our New Barrel ITsdda fitted with Stern presscJ Forged Steel Barrels CeaI DEMIBLOC SYSTEM l Tlw modo of constructing these upcrfiTrap and Field Guns is fully set forth in our Now Shotgun Cata log Send for it its free Ask yoW Dealer for Steveu DemiElse Gus Insist on our take Itr J STEVENS AIM- StTOOtCO J f Ir iqj = Clkejw FA MM w w X8XS TI d SEE fOR YOURSELF 6 by a personal call that we sell exactly what we advertise pricesqualityIRockcastle t RUGSORIENTALS EUROPEANS DOMESTIC This department has been a delight to every customer who has seen it Thes Rugs have been bought right and are sold at the right price AIRTIGHT HEATING STOVES that will heat one room two rooms or the whole house and will hold Jireqver night Price 375 and up a I 5Bo McKENZI j i THE FURNITURE MAC- Phone i 313 t MT VERNON KY OOI i b6 w WJ W When Hitchcock gets his parcels post established and the express companies of this country have some competition the people will keep a great deal more small change in their pockets than they have heretofore been in the habit ot doing They have submitted to being robbed uncomplainingly long enough Mr J L Hutchin the Atoka stockrarr purchased Friday 50 heal of io5 Ib hogs from Capt T D English at 6 25 per hundred He also bought 25 head from Joplin Tarkington at tine same price and fifteen head from Mr James Arnold The hog market has been at 9 standstill in the price for several days Danville Advocate KIDNEY TROUBLE ThreeAlonths C 8Is jj B PIZER att Sterling Ky says andbladderusingPerana feltaHon Ben Johnson will open bis canvass for the Democratic nomination for Governor of Kentucky at Bowling Green on Monday November 28th The splendid race he made lor Congress at the last election in which he carried every county iu the district by largely increased majorities demon strates his popularity at home and the esteem in wliich he is held by those who know him best He is a man of ability and learning and vould make Ken tucky an deal Governor Leba non Enterprise An attack on President Tait was thwarted at the tinal session of the Lakestothe Gulf Deep Waterways Association convention when Gov Derieen of Illinois appealed to the delegates to eliminate section of the resolutions of what he termedu an insult to the head of the nation The population of Seattle Wash is 237194 an increase of 156523 or 194 per cent over 80571 in 1900 Portland Ore sioweda of 1292 per cent with a Population 2072 14 an in crease of 116788 over 90426 in 1900 CMldTOii Gry FOR FLETCHERS OABTOR1A r GRANVILLE OWENS I UNDERTAKER I BrodheadKyd 1 i The Kentucky Court of Appeals in au opinion by Judge ORear delivered Saturday upheld the constitutionality of the act creating the State Boardot Equalization injunctionIville be dissolved This means that the increased tax assessment in Jefferson county will standi The bodies of ten m1D rs white and eight uegroes all that were in the mine Saturday were recovered from the wretked shaft ofmine No 3 of the Providence Mining Company at Providence Ky The last victim was taken offrescueblack damp which filled the workings The disaster is said to be due to a windy shot P Secretary Durand of the Coal Handlers Union of France was sentenced to death at Paris Satu day on a charge of instigating the murder of a nonunion man j Samuel Gompers was reelected president of the American Federation of Labor at St Louis At lanta was chosen as the next place ofmeEting KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNCS- WITH Dr Kings New Discover I FOR c8 usa PRICE 100 ITtIII IiWe Fret An ALL TNROAT AMP lUNG TROU ILES Gtr B1lITZZD STIaFAOd03i 0z Yom UJIDE COMPLETE rim Coffins Caskets and JlobeerfkJ All Mail Telegraph or TeleL phone orders PromptlyIFilled Q At a meeting of Democrats in Baltimore it was decided to cele brate the recent Democratic victory in the Monumental City on Janu ary 17 the date when Andrew Jackson was first nominated in tb t city as a Democratic candidate for President There will be no noiCryII A Albert H Hanson passenge t traffic manager of the Illinois Central will voluntarily retire on a pension at the close of the year t LSjt at a table of I persons on Friday the 1316 of the month CLet a black cat cross your path CBreak a mirrprV Walk under a ladder eLAnd bad tuckwont touch if19UachertiHin LTradeadsknQW no super stition 1Jlyoul a goods to sell the addb it t JI t jMLVLRNON SIGNAL MT VRNQNSKY Dec 2I9IO I 79 r Call upNo 79 Whcn you wantto Corn rntiril oate with SIGNAL 79 2touisviLLC R R Co TIME TABLE 22 north 455 Pm 24 north 352 a m 23 south 1h 1144 a m 21 South 1219 a m JAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postoffice as Secondclass mail matter PERSONAL Charley Bowman continues in poor health Edgar Moore was over from j Berea Saturday i E B ITnompson wasover from Lexington Saturday on business Piultt Thompson of Lancaster has been with relatives here this weekProf Houston spent Thursday rjButlerDr WJ ChUdress of Houston yule was here fora few hours r TuesdayMiss Mattye Wilmott of Brod 1headwas here Saturday having dental work done MissSadie Richards has returned 91fromGeorgetown school Wv dc r coun pf her throat r r jS Lee Muliins who was struck by a trait near Orlando on Oct 14- iis slpwIy recovering Mrs D N Williams was very 1afew days this week 1bdt better at this time t Logan D Taylor is learning ptelegraphy under pur efficient night man J J Lawrence H N King was down from Gum I f Sulphur Saturday visiting his daughter Mrs Will Kirby Jesse Fisha prominent youngJ J farmer of the Hiatt sertionlniade ta living trip to Brea Stiday J ZC D S ton ip spending tile J week with the family of his uncleI ndrew Thompson near Danville fOI F R Asher was here frpm 9Laurel this week Pie says he and Mrs Asher are very well pleased Mrs Joseph Harkins who use 1to be Miss Reca Baker is the charming guest of Miss Frances Sparks f Mrs E BCoxis spending a fel day with her sister Mrs WJI J Childress at Houstouville c ln countv 71JDr and Mrs M L Mvfer wefe in Cincinnati last week buying the furniture etc for the Doctors office Winchesterat Miss Gertrude Martin of Brod head was the attractive guest of her cousin Miss Montye Martin Saturday and Sunday r Mr and Mrs John Riddle of Walnut Grove were with Mr and Mrs Frank Catron a few hours Tuesday on their way to Louisville Rev Anderson of Lexington a class mgte and room mate of Rev- Schafferpreached a splendid sermon at tlitL Christian church last Friday evening Mr John Magee has gone to Laurel county where he has sold a large tractof timber land The Jand is beipgx surveyed this week Danville Advocate Miss Lefler domestic science teacher at the Brown Memorial has been compelled to give up heKworfe temporarily on account 1 ot herhealth She will go to her home mMissburi and remain until the frst of the year when she 9tliopes to return and resume her work Lclllj1 Three weeks from next Sunday is Xmas C j Special sale of Coat Sweaters today and tomorrow only at Eishts Cash Store r Cal11imyplace Saturdayf and 1 look gt my display of Holiday lI gifts CHAS C DAVIS All cmce holders voters and P Zk others interested in civicvimpfove nient are invited to hear a special f87mPnron Civic Durytat the Ir Presbyterian church ri jf55 nda- YfjJpecia1musEven3Dg a 7o clock i ctI3 TORN PHIt 0 r i1 Buy your Christmas presents frjm CHAS C DAVIS Rubbers rubbers auu snoes at MCKENZIES MrBRESiNew Presto Collar Overcoats at Fishs Cash Store See them W G McBee and A B Furnish will start a wholesale flour and feed houset Over boots over shoes gloves everything for this cold winter at McKBNZlES McBEES Loosen up get some of that warm underwear at Fishs audi keep out the snow and wind Stop your marrying so much and buy those handsome Xmas presents at Chas C Davis Drug Store If you buy your overhoots from us we guarantee to save you money MCKENZIE Me BEE An 8 pound boy came toHenr y Henzmans house Sunday night Henry says he is the finest boy he ever saw and thinks he will keep him There have been some few who have said to us thatwear ready to pay in our subscription for the pike at anv time Itytnrare therebyIBall ot Orlando oh last IMrs ad two large hogs killed away in her smoke house That night some tb ifor several thieves entered the mat house and took every piece of both hogs 8000 per month straight salary and expenses to men with rig to rntroduee our Poultry Remedies Dont answer unless you mean business Eureka Poultry Food Mfg Co Incorporated East St Louis Ill 9Rev Watson will deliver a sermon on Civic duty at the Presbyterian church next Sunday morning We trust that a goodly number of our people will avail themselves of the opportunity of hearing him on this important subject MottoDo it for Mt Vernon Let thi be our motto Moved bj Such Jeeling our surroundjngs will Se mrpjfiear bur home beautified andthe business inter ests of the town greatly increased If youarenut already assisting- in this great move get busy Battle CryUp ve people up Let the battle cry be a grander- more beantifnl and more businesslike Mount Vernon a wider awakt andmore aggressive citizenship The time is here when we must be more labor loving home worshiping and business getting Up and onward should be our daily song and let all join therein Awake If our leading citizens will put forth their best endeavors Mount Vernon can be made a beautiful town as well as a are trading andeducation center To do so there must be an organization and friendly conference with a general pull all together Wont you help BAZAAR =The ladies of the Christian church will have a Bazaar in the directors room of the Peoples Bank on Saturday December loth There will be on sale many beautiful and useful articles appropriate for a Christmas present The proceeds go for the benefit of the church Nov 2631 Mrs Langdon of Baltimore the lady who furnished the money for the erection of Langdon Dormitory was a distinguished visitor at the Langdon home this week Mrs Langdon has always taken an active interest in Brown Memorial and besides financing theerection ot the home which bears her name has contributed liberally to the school in the way of scholarships Mrs Langdon was very much pleased with the conditions in which she iouud every thing at the Brown Memorial so much that she doubled the number ol scholarships and when the question comes before the board as to the future of the school she will heartily recommend that the Brown Memorial Industrial school in Mt Vernon be made a permanent institution Quite a number of our people had the pleasure of meeting Mrs Langdon and her words of encouragement for the making of the school a permanent sfihttion will be a scource of great joy t those Of our citizens who are interested in edu- Iatibn ana the upIuildmg of our Li CJ J0j N r SHOWS lHROUGH I Round trip tickets to Lexington for 2 70 January 2 to 7 inclusive oflThe Baziar to be given by tl e wiHIThere will be a Christmas tree at the Christian church and we takt it that the Baptist and Presbyterian churches will have a tree or some thing of the kind still there has been no announcement made We have on hand assortment or secondhanded clothing of the very best quality Mud are going to close them out at a small profit in order to buy more Come and see them and britigme your furs and produce and get the very best cash price for same T M DKRS FOR SALEM residence on Old Main Street Lot 97 feet wide and 327 feet long nine room house with furnace two cellars good cistern coal house and smoke house good barnandcorn crib and plentyof fruit Call and see the property ad get pricesIf Oct zitf Mt Vernon Kv The following invitation has been received this week Mr and Mrs Charlton B Clift request the honor of your presence at the marriage of their Lettie Mae to Mr daughterI Williams on Wednesday December fourteenth nineteen hun dreJ and ten seven oclock First Presbyterian church Covington Ky JanuarYJentbTl What about that subscription It is now nearingthe close Jth yeir and those we owe expecustj j i100kinus We need the money and WfJ1 need it badly If you doncone to town iust put a dollar bill o whatever you owe us in an envelop and write your name on a piece o paper and enclose with it addresse to SIGNAL drop in post office anc you need have no fears about i coming through 0 K Let ud IIweWash Barnet once a residtnto this county but for several year past an employee of the North Je lico Coal Co at Wilton Ky wa thrown from a buggy last Thur diJ near the corporate limits of Corbi and was killed instantlv The deceased was driving a pair of tw yearolds which were not full broke and just as he was enterin the town of Corbin they becam frightened and st rtedto run Completely losing control he jumped for his life but struck on hu head ona concrete side walk crushing his skull and breakin his neck Two men who were i the buggy with him escaped uiiin jured The remains were brough here Friday and laid to rest in th Hansel burying ground Saturday He leaves a wife and several child ren The State Geological Survey had an expert in here several weeks this summer On account of the position and prominence he selected the Town Hilt as an exponent of a definite and im portant geological formation In renderledof sandstone the Lovell sand and described it in detail He also noted a 4 ft vein of superior plastic fireclay and a 3ft vein of fire clay with c4 inches ofcoal over it besides a good deposit of ganisler The 14 inchveinol coal will probably run 21 to 23 inches By this you see we have all the natural elements grouped together for the manufacture of fire brick Moreover practical men say that our sand right here within the corporate limits of the town is first class for the manufacture of common brick fancy face brick andwith the time added grani toid brick Now the question is shallwe remain self satisfied and inactive waiting for strangers to come in and get rich off the things God left in our hands for generations Unless we improve the talents given us it will be vith us like it was with the poor wretch who buried the talents his Lord had given himthe little we have will be taken from us and given to those who can see ago thing workfriiv 1 JfP tr SELLS THE VERY BEST THINGS lt t JI i Fl 1 TO BE HAD IN THIS C MM Nl vWjJ fr 1ifi SUITS OVERCOATS HATS SHQ k J MANKIi 1i r 11 1 i i 1r itjimt ecia1 Sale of Sweater Sigtl For Friday December 2nd n fji q urday Dee 3rd only Bawsfc toIoat4t1 fine display of Sweater Coats in our window today j C IeS M1i You e Select that Christmas present for him 2 Come in today and see the gooij things we are offering IJ 1 bslYout1 something you wafrtr ELOPEMENT rEGIRLMARRIED IN PARis- MAKEHOME IN CINCINNATI Miss Cora Wright the sixteen earold daughter of Mr W W Wright who lives on East Main c1ParsonsThursday night to Paris where hey were quietly raairied at the nrsonage of the Christian church iy the Rev Carey Emmerson Though Miss Wright had at tempted to elope previous to this t is understood her plans were discovered and she was prevented They will make their home in Cincinnati Danville Advocate FURSJOHN eces- The The Iron Afcheei The A tittle of the Rich h Pt g i 4LEW ALL AROUND CORNER NEXT TO COURT HOUSEL PHONE 77 MAIL ORDERS FILLED P1tO3IPULY n t j i I will be in my office until Nov loth and then my office will not close as there will be another dent isl t takVmy place and continue j with thr practice Respectfully Oct 2itf M L MYERS THBiRBV IRA R HICKS 1911 ALMANAC The Rev Ira R Hicks Almanac for 1911 that guardian Angel in hundred thousand homes is now ready Not many are now willing to be without it and the Rev Irl R Hicks Magazine Word and The two are only One a lE are The Almadac is 36c prepaid No home or office should fail to send for them to Woid and Publishing Com pany St Louis Mo AND HIDESHIG- HEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES Wool on Write for price list mentioning this ad Established 1837- LOU1SV1LLEKY 3k3c= BARGAINS I W BOOKS This line of Books Will Sell forJ5c chI1 This Week i i ThaRpundUpAunt Crisis i FrJ1itofth1re BirotKer NOTICES Works Dollar Works Commission iTho 7 m- CASCDAV1S w c2 Ttf r i IfDIN hRGGIS t f iPhone4 t 2 nuT vERNON K- YEX m4 1 Fw rl ff I stJJusti KeceivecuAnther Stippl Of tiif Famous BBdbixLrctics Iln1ngsdoubl stt ngheelStijequaIr II ili ColJti anc1pic1 yoir5 Y size and sty17 1A1CForthpI i III This is the fbbtweraT that 8000000 people find best YotCiU swpaiT by it top lifter youfind 9Jljf9wJN11J it wears what cqinfpjrtit n econom ical it is Double wear fui irairSiSi ty IV V c s f a Jto d XA II l S J cc 33 BARGA1N1SII ilP IS f3VJQxg yy prices ever offered in Mt Vernonr j x 3 Below is a M that wifl give yousanie idea- 8 ofmy pnces loIl 4 i 2 Best Flour r iivpry sack guarariteeT It HJI c O Meal per sack S5c t 2 Best dry salt Bacon per pound 13c Hams per pound J 16c g Lard per pound i 42fc O Best Granulated Sugar 18 poundsIoi1OO- No 6 Brown Sugar 20 pounds for 100 3 Coffee per pound l5c Just received sHipi odriedsai evap4B CT orated fruits i Call in and ce convinced s r PRQGrqTR HERc3ERYMAN r Ph KUonr i4A J tSHOW BOn i WA E DOES IT EEJtOAAFjf11M IFNOTWHYyOT I If you are having any V Such trouble aboulfyour watch 01 clock just turn it over to ns dit itdWsti qt Slgn al Q Kt will cost you nothing We guarantee our work Give us a trial We do all kinds of soldering and repajr wprlc StjFRANKMORS AT PE S C DAVIS lRUGSTORE1 i tM irF VERNON KYti t 1 I14fiJr J I P o A1 i I j1 r jJI t j i jtIn Bad Fix I had a mishap at the age of 41 which left me in bad fix writes Mrs Georgia Usher of Conyers Ga I was unconscious for three days ancTafter that I I would have fainting spells dizziness nervousness sick headache heirt palpitation and many strange feelings suffered greatly with ailments due to the change of life and had 3 doctors but they did no good so I concluded to try Cardui Since t iking Cardui I am so much better and can do all my housework I I Take TAt CARDUIj The Womans Tonic Do not allow yourself to get into a bad fix You might get in so bad you would find it hard to get out Better take Cardui while there is time while you arc still in moderately good health just to conserve your strength and keep you in tip top In this way your tro conditionIually grow smaller upgrade instead of the downand by and bye you will arrive at the north pole of perfect health Get a bottle at your druggists today SAVING PART OF YOUR INCOME Isa good habit and one that should be cultivated by all carerul and pru Zl dent persons but the fact that the comfort of your wife and children is de pendent r n your earning capacity should not be overlooked and this earn ing capacity should be insured for their benefit ii 1The Participating Income Bond Policy Affords ideal protection in that it provides FirstA prompt payment of the amount of the policp in the event of death SecondIf totally and permanently disabled and your ability to earn a living for your family is destroyed the company d without cost to you will keep up your insurance or will pay the amount of the policy to you in ten equal annual Yiutstallments 4t ThirdShould you live to be seventy 70 years old the amount of the policy will be paid you in cash thns protecting you t against poverty and want in your old a- geeommonwealth iIn surance Company HOME OFFICE Commonwealth Building 312 W Chestnut toJ LOUISVILLE KY J D POWERS President MATT ODOHERTY Vice President DR o J W GUEST Medical Director L G RUSSELL Manager Industrial Department DARWIN W JOHNSON Secy and Treas r SMITH HO MANS AsstSecretaryand Actuary4iD G ROACH Gent Agt London h Ky hi TICKETSfAND ALL SOUTHERN RESORTS ON SALE DAILY 1i1 yl I i I1 GOOD RETAINING UNTIL MAY 31 1911 For Full Particulars call on or wrfte H C KINO Passenger aad Ticket Agegt E Main St LEXINGTON KY j f c ATTWTt Prize Offers from Leading Manufacturers fcon patents Hints Inventors Inventions needed rie inventors fail Send rough sketch or model for 5 atent Office records Our Mr Greeley was formerly r commissioner of Patents and as such had fill charge of LCStatent Office GREELEY M INTIRE PJ1NTATTORNEYS WASHINGTON D C L W 7 ic hienGeQfm =M Mauyp sonskeep their money here as permanent in because the risk of loaning to individuals is avoid t ifiyestment you can compute the net returns accu a1tamountsmay be added at any time A s a e ans tor realize on funds th 3Stvestment ir withdraw a nartmvesttieflt You may Unt at anytime a determination to vingsI welcome here Why not lend your money borrowers iwe stand ready toTeceive such as can save frdm tlme to time WP will pay you ayou on money Well eplarn in detail if touwi11cillatthePn1t j THE BANK QFMT VERNON ficoRFoRArBDYA VI e3TVERNON KENTUCKY r o r X r 1I J I NBLAW V Gofi s INTO hlFJLr E FIRST OF I THE YEAR KENTUCKY is GRADUALLY COMING TO i 1 HE FRONT HoWling brten KvN6v 28 f Active prepar tins are eng iiiaao here for Ut aeration 11 toe Bureau of Vita Statistics law I gtes luiu effect January i 1911 I This WpJ ovides lor the importing and recording ot all births and dcaihs aid tn r colleclinji of 11101 departIlluuLtof ai d i uue larreacAtug in Its uu uoilance to tha ueifare and lives I of the people of Kentucky Kentucky has pltced herself in the n out rink ot Mates doug most lor the preservation ot heaitli aud ib the establishment of a Bureau ol Vital Statistics she is the first of iLe entire ioutu to take this long v neglected step Ohio Massachusetts Indiana Pennsylvania Wisconsin Mary land Missouri California and nine i other states have in successful r operation suchd department for the petmanent mahaenance of records of births and for a more successful fight against the ravages of disease by means of the cer tificates of deaths return to the State office The State Registrar Dr W W L Heizer who will inagurate and t manage the Bureau of Vital Statis tics has just returned from an ex tended visit in Ohio Michigan and Pennsylvania and Washington D C wheie he studied the opera touof the law in those states which are declared by Dr Cressy L Wilbur chief statisti an of the c Federal Government to he the best in operation in the United States Kentuckys Bureau will be a combination of the best features 2t of these states with some suggestion yiof the Census Department added W Under this law befoie a body is buried the undertaker must pro cure a burial permit or removal permit which shall be issued only by the Local Registrar who will be placed at convenient localities This permit can be secured only 2 when a certificate of death has f been LIledout bythe physician I and in the event the person has f died of an infectious orcommuni cable disease smallpox cholera diphtheria scarlet fever erysipelas before a burial permit is issued the bod must be IS0 prepared for burial that there is no danger rof a spread of the disease in the community This not only safe guards the public but by means of these reports of deaths comma in from all over the State properly tabulated and classified the State Board of Health is able to learn the Infected districts and spots tha need cleaning up Through its engineerI Ineedlesscitizens of the Common entire force of the Bureau IIThe Board of Health is en in appointing suitable men = at distances ofa few miles over the entire State These are the Local Registrars who cot only will report births and deaths but arrangements are being perfected so that they will report the cases of infectious and dangerous diseas es that occur in the district and which dOllot necessarily die When this system is in operation Kentucky wtUbe on Jin equal- footiugfor procuring these vital facts as the stateof Pennsylvania which spends the sum of 3000 000 each year for health work The Voting Precinct is being used as the unit for the territory each Local Registrar will cover in his reports When two or moie units can be combined to advantage resulting to nor inconvenience to the people this arrangement is i made Already hndredsofac e i ceptances have been received from men all over the State and include bankers lawyers teachers farmers jclearks and in nearly all instances people who are interested in pro i moting public health work It is mainly tile work ofsendttiK the llproper blanks andJiistLdfOnTs that will occupy the time t1Jl I tHiei operation i of the law on Janu ary i 19 ii cr XOEII1 isic DiI ladYo I4is l L j 1 Ii nT MAl HTHURO ft ATr Egbert Griffin god wife of Stt Louis are viitiog hi of this place Mistes hila parentsI and Ray Hunt of Brown were with homefolks hst wet Mr Edgar Griffin wife aidson of Corbin are visiting their parents at this pIacMiss Roe Pike of Brodhead spent last Sunday with Miss Sallie ReynoldsMessrs T and Alf Griffin and Hugh Cress of Jelhco Tenu hive bcei viaianj their grandfather Mr Nelse Griffin Mr S E Chandler is able to Legin his school alter an illness ot two months of typhoid fever Miss Sallie Reynolds was in Living ston last SaturdayMiss Rilda Chandler entered school at Brown Memorial last FridayIWANTS TO HELP SOME ONE For thiityears F Bower of Fertile Moneeded help and couldnt find it Th tts why he wants to find some one now Suffering so long himself he feels for all distress from Backac Nervousness Loss of Appetite assitude and Kidney disorders He shows that Electric Bitter work wonders for such troubes Five bottles he writes wholly cured me and now I am well and hearty Its also positively guaranteed for Liver Trouble Dspepsia Blood Disorders Female Complaints and Malaria Try them soc at Chas C Davs Twentyfive girls are dead a half dozen are dying aud twenty three are in hospitals as the result ofa fire Which devastated a four story factory at Orange and High streets Newark N J Saturday afternoon Many of the dead were killed by jumping from the win dows and fire escapes and others perished in the flames their bodies being burned in the ruins when the walls fell Several firemen Were injured in Jaltempfihg rescue the terrorstricken girls and every hospital in Newark was filled withvictims last night The fire was caused by an explosion of gasoline Business was suspended during thQ funeral srrvices for John G Carlile in Govington last Tnesday NURSING MOTHERS show the beneficial ef feqts o- fScotts Emulsion in a v iy short time It not only builds her up- but enriches the mothers milk and properly nour ishes the child Nearly all mothers who nurse their children should take this splendid food tonic not only to keep up their own strength but to properly nourish their children ron SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS Send lOc name of paper and this ad for our beautiful Savings Bank and Child SketchBook Each bank contains a Good Luck Penny SCOTT BOWNE 409 Pearl St New York POSTED We whose names appear below strictly forbid hunting or tresspass ing on our premises and will prose cute to the extent of the law any one guilty I Thos Cherry Gus Staversbn Mrs Nannie Hunt J C Gibbs J W Moore Mrs Alice Moore John Leece J J Smith Josie Devault s WHAT A FAMOUS EDITOR SAYS The 9itrfof the TaylorTrot wood Magazine wrote to one of his Jrendsthesp words You arked me to notify you if I saw an opportunity for a good investment 1 have it for von I never knew until now what a good opportunity for a money making investment this mapazine afforded You asked me to let you in on the ground floor and I am doing So givenIalland a Life Subscriber to the Taylor sharekof stock per value 1000 and a perpetual subscription to the maga zineb tbJorrooo- Let usjiiiye your order npw This pppbrtunlfyvis limited Write T lorrTr wood Publishing Go tGNashville Term 1 THE FATHERS CARE Never a rparrow falleth Down through the frosty air But the loving eve of our Father Vlaks It with tender care Neer the we tkest biidUug Cries tor his daily bread But the open hand of our Father Shows him a table spread Bit dearer tar than sparrows Are the children of His love N weHKonert forgotten By tlu Father heart above He knows the bitter hunger He sees there are nn red Thousands of His loved ones In need of daily bread And lie who fed he thousands By Galilees blue sea Sends to His fainting children Portions by jou and me ThengUdlv do His errands Pas on the Heavensent bread Give freely of your substance Till all on earth are fed Selected Speaking ot the twenty railli n life insurance policvbolders in the United States President Gecrge E Ide of the Home Life In surance Company Saturday urged before the Interstate Commerce Commission that in its disposition of the pending freight rate increas es in Eastern trunk line territory nothing be done which will strike a blow at railroad securities SAVED FROM AWFUL DEATH How an appalling calamity in his family was prevented is told by A D McDjnald of Fayetteville N C RF D No 8 My sister had consumption he writes she was very thin and pale had no appetite and seemed to grow weaker every day as all remedies failed till Dr Kings New Discovery was tried and so completely cured her tint she has not been troubledwith a cough since Its the best medicine I evcr saw or heard of For coughs clds la grippe asthma Croup hemorrhage ail bronchial troubles it has noI equ l5OC 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Chas C Davis Children Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTORIAM Dentist At Residence on Old Main Street MT VERNON KY Will be in office at Livingston every Monday R W DYCHE DENTISTIMT VERNON KY Office at residence on Main Tt Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty Work guaranteed C C WillianlSi MT VERNON KY J6TOFFICE On 2cd floor o r The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church streetSpecial attention given to collections Phone NoSoIMount Vernon Monomena WORKS Manufacturer of and n and Granite Monuments of all kinds Estimates furnished on application GEO OWENS Propr Phone 112 3 MeCLARY UNDERTAKER and EMBAIM- RBtatifprd Kyv 3J t Children Cry for Fletchers 1i The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been in use for over 30 years has borne the signature of and has been made under his per rjsonal supervision since its infancy Allow no one to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and ChildrenExperience against Experiment What is CASTORIACastoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neithei Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep Tire Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA AL- WAYSat Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years C- im3JJ= WAN TSD EGGS POULTRY AND ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE At Mt Vernon Every Mondays I WITCHHEADQUARTERS AT LANCASTER KY W R GOTT C- Occ 3yj3j= HIATIS Jn The place to buy your goods We sell you goods cheaper than you can buy elsewhere and pay you higeest price for yourproduce and Boys Clothing ol1Mens for cost f II Ladies dress goods for cost and less Must clean our shelves for our hew stock which will soon arrive J o goods sold on credit either cash or produce IIA c HIATT tIAT KENTUCKY f a n 1tlt 1 r TAJS iI Our line of Couch Caskets 111Handmade irAll orders W bAre eXFiIedIf Phone 94S MT VERNONt oo KYI Inmiinniromwmffl 1n1tuntnttltnnitnnU1U11nt1ttnn JKLT YERSOI DISKET CD tPRACTICAL FUNERAL EMnALM AND KyIIMt Vernon COUCH METAtlC CASKETS U= Coffins and R bes S U- E Lic med Embalmer wil hov charge of that line of Z work fOrthOCompanyi = = Qrdcs by wirePrmptly tilled Hearse sent to all points e GEORGE OWENS Manager Qfiice Mt VelnoflMOnl1rnefltal 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