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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ei b1ished n l Od P Every kFriday at nun ictnaW qa3VOLUME XXV Ml VERNON ROCKCASTLE KY FRIDAY TAN 5 191L NUJVLBER 15I Continued 0n account of rain Isst Saturday I was unable to offer my farming tolsfor sale So concluded to have an Additional Sale Qie883e3 Saturday January o Ig12 3fc 83 I will offer on this date for sale 2 Disc Harrows i Corn Drill lowing Machine 1 Hay Rake f Cutting Box f Tobacco Screw 1 TwoHorse Wagon and other farming tools Also some Houses NotionsGroceries SaleAny ssthisthe three days of our Sale last week Sale will at 9 oclock a nrain or shine This is the last day JJt1 0I S ItI E R R Y BR0DHEAD r P CHANDLER Auctioner rii= i p 1 s r fv 7 tl r na l r f vr U qual nowSM q J 98 lp jI ii nits 11 e H t Uiiioir Suits 98T li 1J J J 69 1 f i 49 it 5 f u 37 It f rV J rr 15 t 12 16 efns old Mke t 1r 7 k i i 3 J i E Iy r I 275 r 850 298 400 2 9s serge 5JiO 398 690 48b- t v voil 750 59 7QO 598 Jf S 9S BR0HEAI iMiss Kate Wells r tune to her home Nebraska after a week here with relatives Miss Ora Brown ofvel Green was in town C 0 Cable of Marcellus is wi hhis mother MrsI Laura Cable this week Mrs F L Durham toner home in Mt Vernon Monday she was ac by her sister Miss Clyce Warson Mrsr Tilman little Nelne of Louisville is visiting Mrs tRt H Hamm Robt Owens and Mrs Albert of Indiana have returned to ther home after a week with i place Miss Mary Owens of NJ t Ve non was the peasaut gutS of Mattie Owens the first jaf the week Miss Judith McCall returned to her home in Tuesday Mrs Maggie Hamneiis visiting relative at this W F Carter the real estate man louse and lot from TJ Helton consid eration about rnoo The Helton family will go to Attorney E R was in tovn Tu sday Doc Chandler of Marti bu x Tuesday anJ inf timed us tbofc lie would soon WO e his farm to this place Doc thjere is lots room Jn rodbead good men as W E Grat ely and John Ro ins wtre in Mvt rnon on busi ness Tuesdrt f2M is Ms visiting dn London this My cf Crab Orchard vsitfjjg relatives near IIauirn of and EJ Hain of New Hoje were wUh this their play to a srftal fix to very audience at It Vernon i s r dal ted h r to goiCllarl1in 1t Vernon the first of the week aniwis hirn by hi 4 I I i U4A I STOCK REDUCING SALE-ga aaiMBMai 7 io reduce cur Vcck tbctgh tie of January to make room for our Spring Stock and to end we make prices so low it will seem absolutely unre nabfe i tD pJIEA 1 6fli3rvstore ii1thjs county Mt1JThltI14Utiqe 200 139 4t IS joo 0H 69- 1ens iiSh f FirSU39 il36tWOMENSUNDER WEAR Womenys fprice J50now u 00l Ij 75l Misses Union Suits UPt9 14ah a11r39e ourars Coont WijHU Can l VVJvl COUNTY begin Shirts in J3S We hive at your own l I v I II 1 u C1 H t c t ll Ss2 atf H V I tea rrr Serge u spending Mondayl returned companied Gilpinand daughter Simpson spending MaraLtirgf placeDr bdnghta Gentry W3S1DtQwn Welcome fUt7bch yorDr Tempest MttEllistot HekIhe presented seemingly 1 aPertie nightE iOntr feadoftt11i accomoanied aBgMiBmaHpaiaB We wish that will DV E RCOAI S I Overcoas almost price COATS Price for 998 798VV850 for 598 750 for 498 650fot 398 Sm for 298 BOYSp QVERCQATSS Coats prfce500 for 298 400 for 298 300 for r- SKLKTS Piwe npwI98J tT7l Voil1375 reltismart Louisville dweek teVvMurray homeJfJlkK AmaauthGIQJ month 1350 198 SWEATERS Womeris 3 50 for 275 150ll16 kns 2f50li 149 f 200 H 98 ttoo r 69 4 Eit TON MCBEHE WE no NOT PREPAY EXPRESS AT 1HESE PRICES c 1Jl ii t y t1 little niece MIldred Sutton Dave Roberts of Maya ood tsas in town last weekThe residence of Brad ford Albright with its entire contents was destroyed by fire Monday He and his wife and most of then family Were at Mt Vernon at the timeMiss Sadie Richards is the attractive guest of Miss Willie Ben ton Shirley Tate and Tuck Bowling are spending a few days at thIs placeMrs Cass the aged mother of our hail Road Agent J R Cass dkd at her home in Louisville last Sunday night and was buried fn New Haven Tues Lebanonrwas RogersId his regular appointment rt the Christian Church Sunday Mrs Linda Benton and daughter Miss Willie were in Mt Veruon Monday and Tuesday In last weeks letter a small mistake oc curred and as a great many mis takes are laid at the door of the Fditor we are not inclined to ac cuse him of this and take pleasure in making the correction It was Miss Etta Frith instead of Mis Mattie Wilmott who had been visiting in Stanford Danville and other points and we Intended to mention that Miss Mattie Wilmott had returned from West Port Ind where she had been visiting Mrs RL Slater far several weeks Or E J Brown of Stanford was it town Wednesday HOWS THIS We offer One Hundred DuuReward tot any casr u arrh that cannot be curedby HaWs Catatrh Cure VL CHKNEY Co TokdoO We the undersigned have knw F Jt Dbeney for tBe las 15 years ard believe him perfectly honorable in oil hiisinosstransacttons and fin arcirily tile to carrvoiujiny obli gations Jriade by his f WALPWG KAXIXAN S MAUVIX rroledoOLfuntlr lallyactg di ectly upon ih a a i Pl tsa surfaceof tai system Testimonials sept tree Price 75 cents pet bottle Sold b nfig1sts Family Pills for con stipation OUA1L After being absene for some tin through the colums of your pipe I will try to come again MisV Docia Reynolds remain very ill at this issue David Proctor was in Mt Vernon Monday on business The Owens school closed Tue day with Mr J L Thompson as teacher John1 Elder has closed the sale of his farm to a Mr Cordial a Lawrcuce county mat for 2000 oo Mr Cordial will take possession in about 60 day George Taylor has sold his farm of 76 acres for 900 oEvan Wheeldon a progressive Pulaski telephone man and Miss Iva Bvown of the Ottawa section were united in the holy ties of wedlock Sunday last at Bethel church thC Eld Godsbv officiating More wedding bells expected to ring soon in this secticu James Albright and wile have returned from Crawfordsville Tr Eld John Elder held services at Bethel Sunday lastElmer Scott has returned from Indiana laM Owens had a good mare to direElbert Elder has a very sick baby Mr Jarob EUsr of Brodhead is guest of relatives in this sectionJohn A4 Brown who has tuberculoais pi the bone con tinues no betterW A Owens proposes teaching a series singing at Mullins Station Jde will be there Saturday night Ja- r6thMrs Sarah Herrin is guest of her daughter Mrs John Acton tIfthe roadfto Carlo jllino- isoonW g R Brown has gone Highland Park to cutler the uie rI- ch tilebusiness Do you know that fully nine out of every ten cases of rheumatism are simply rheumatism of the inn s des due to cold or damp or cbroti ic rheumalism andrequire no APplyChamsee how quickly it gives feiief For sale by Chas C Davis Tne Prussisn budget for tgiz s tJe1ch approximate f 1 tS3f 7J J t 5 i t J ui 1rr d 1i 1 t uffrJ d Ef3t abr ef c I887TSf l v t CONfERENCE IN LOUISVILLE National Child Labor Commit tee Win Hold Next Meeting In Kentucky To DISGUSSIMFOBTANTMEASURES The Conditions In Factories and Mills Employing Children Will Be Studied and Remedial Leislatipn Suggested Frankfort The eighth annual con ferouco of the National Child Labor Committee will be held iu Louisville Jaayary 2323 The program will be devoted to Child Labor and Education and preparations are being made to bring together experts on the subject from all over the country Representatives of twentyseven affiliated State committees are expected tc attend and the Governors of all the States have been asked to send dele gates to the conference The conference will be the guest ol the Louisville Convention and Public ity League and the Kentucky Child ljI1ndMrs Jqhu Little compose the loci epmniittee in charge of Arrangements The conditions in which children work ill cotton mills glass factories goal mines sweat shops oyster and shrimp packing houses street trades and other industries will be described In Addresses and by an exhibit ol charts and photographs There will be discussion of proposed measures for reducing the abuses of child labor and for keeping children in school un til they are r IUiptSedfor efficient citi jienahip Local Bar Guests The banquet given at the Frankfort hotel by Col James Andrew Scott to the members of the Franklin County liar association was a most notably occasion and was attended by nIl the attorneys of the city Judge EdC ORear acted as1 toastmaster aAtl la Ji51 uitt nbJE Jn tkll lfrQ a Speeches were made by Scott J edge ORear Gov B ckliain Robert TrsFrniyiu aHdW erpl otliers an- the d occasion was one long Ijo fre remembered by those present as the viands served were most delicious and the speeches most enjoyable Takes Good Position Charles J Weitsel has accepted a Pepeyer assume new tulles next week Mr Weitzel was or a number of years one of the sue ssful dry goods merchants of this ity and has recently been employed y Kagin Bros at their drygoodr stern He is competent Than an Learsn a Prof Regenstein Gsts Painting As a token of their affection for him the office force in the Superintendent of Public Instructions office Regensteins a handsome painting done by Paul Sawyier the famous artist of this city Prof T J Coates made the presentation speech and Prof Rege n stein responded with feeling T painting is in water colors and is re garded as ono of the best Mr Sa yier has done Kcntu ky Banks Statement of the resources and lia bilities of 136 Kentucky national banks exclusive of Louisville asV shown by the report of condition made Currencyd at 5 Resources Loans and discounts 433GO933 gold coin 777650 spe cle total 2398386 total 72311932r Liabilities Individual deposits 38 953129 legal reserve 1692 per cent Suits Filed j Twentyeight suits were filed in the franklin circuit court by SH Kash state revenue agent against com pontes for failure to report to the state auditor and pay their license eaofch of each company Insanity on Increase In Kentucky Insanity is largely on the increase In Kentucky according to a report of the census bureau In 1904 the lull her of insane persons in Kentucky per 100000 population was 1859 j in 1910 15to4 i FireTosses in Kentucky Incendiary fires are on the decrea in Kentucky This Is thee report ma by the retiring Insurance Conim Is sioner C W Bell The general com theinsurance fire es sustained by tIre insurance companies 191QT1teamoiutted J2l586244 representing a thfstn companies of 41J4 per cent tOhil1ireQ Ojrv t S tt S O RI A 7tr Meeting bf rimiltei The Legislative Committee of the Kentucky Educational Associattion net here to pass upon bills that will submitted to the next legislature to mend 11m resent publicschool laws lost of the recommendations are en tiling and not compulsory acts Vmoux them are the following Tllat the present State Board ol Education and the present State L oaraoCiExaininers be abolitlied and tliat1Statc Board of Education shallfbeVsubstituted therefor consisting of seven members as follows The State Superintendent ef PuiHc Instruction ex officio Chairman the Attorney General the Commissioner of Agri cu are three professional school men and one layman to be appointed by the three elective officers That school ngpeetrs be appoint ed by the State Beard of Education whose duty It shalltbe to inspect the expenditure of the county and state funds and the general conduct of the office of County School Superintendents and repqrt the same to the State Board of Education That the minimum salary of the County Supcrinteiident6f School shall be 1000 and ttbe rnajcimum salaryf2000r suld salnri slQ e fixed by the C ounty Board of Education and paid but of the cbtnlis tioo fund that the County Board of Educa lion be giyenppwerfto provide Super visors for the ruraf schopls That the State Board of Education shall nave powdr to determine the xjualiflfations for teachers in public high scfioqls j Vi That an efficient compulsory at tendan e taw be enztcted That legistatimrwili be provided which will enable the county to vote upon the proposition of ionding itself for building and equipping school douses That the teaching of agriculture domestics lence and music in titer rural schools be made compulsory af ter 1914VThat the CountyBoard of Educa lion be given the power to lay pffra boundary including a number of sub distrIcts aiictto subunit to voters in that boundary the proposition of a tax sufficient to prbviderfor consolida lion gild centjaUiatipn of the schools within that boundary f For Better Bed Sheets Providing for two clean ssheefS to the bed each feHeetlQ e at leastAjIS inches long t bill se ing to re t to- thi iperatlanss of toteJs iii lJI use been ri3 ae klir KeMttIittide Committee orPostlJ Protective Association and will be in atrthe comfhg session of the tJ iKr il Assembly TheTneasure also provides fgr the office of Hotel IiP spector to be filled by appointment yliie Governor the inspector to re tiekve 5 andaciual traveling xpensesWhilinlthiy actual discharge Jf his Duties 7 t r V DrVf3enL Brurier soon to retire from the office of of State tlltlrameder pertaining to hotels Provided the bill is enacted socall id roller or endless towels may no svasliroonlsdmeasure mate means of escape front hotels in ase bf fire and deals with hostelries rom the standpoint of sanitation and comfort To Serve State V iDr J N McCormack of Bowling Green has retired from the Committee of OrgrtnfzationtoT the Amen an Medical Association which he las been chairman fpr leven years r McCormack stated that he rep The the chairmanship in order that e might give his entire time and i VnTe has been secretary pf the State oard of Health for thirty yearsVV The Legislature two years ago in reased the annual appropriation to She State Board qf Health from 5000 SGO000 and added theMiew bureau f vital staMstdcs bacteriological la oratory and sanitary engineering aid he As a result there has been uch an expansion of the business of he department thhffl ffind it requires n my time I desiritfotfve the clos mywwn State t Whisky lazesfor December tGrant L Roberts Mleputy collector of internal revenue of this city col heeled during the month of December the sum of 5223G4t07 in taxes on vhisky taken out qf hond which is a Jdecrease of 2944 as compared with December of last yeSr id Novembers 1910 the collections it the Frankfort t deputy collectors office amounted UalF 275069G3 on whisky and for Novem her this year tile anrbdnt collected was 27146791 or degrease from last year9fj36014iAlthQugh the two fromtmstmillion dollars was collected in rev f showstillers must be doing a Vigbusiriess r i lThEobtaindof collecting costs in cases that are Pending hi court for a long time It is declared thst te present system of taxing costs is antiquate and has riot kept pace with the evolutions in the iiractice of law X numberVof clerks met with Louis Summers Circuit Clerk of Jefferaon county and destirVcusged the situation DiI Summers is president of the Kentucky Circuit Clerks Association f 1350 CordaroynPrntsforo t r tr 4 lifE r fT Mt VERNON SIGNAL 1 11tIDAY JAN i 1912 Published every Friday by EGAR S ALBRIGHT UBSCRIE ION oNE YEAR IOO I Advertising ties made known on taAAlieaiion MEMBER OP KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION 1Representative Helm and the Democratic members otthe Committee of which he is Chairman ire smiling broadly over winning first blood in the general demo cratic bghagainst the monumental extravagances of the republican administration of affairs in Wash ington His Committee on Ex pindituresin the War Department has ben quietly and unostenta tiousl at work since last spring digging into the affairs of the War Department and he result of what they had found was given in twoII speeches in the House by Helm just before the holiday a journrnenc What Mr Helm told toe House about the annual waste in the War Department made the members especially the members of the new CoLmittee on Affairs situ and take lilitarI He told them that for wool had been pulled over the Military Affairs Committee which had annually recommend and Coigress had appropriatedever year from ten to thirty million dollars more than was necessary for an economical businesslike support of the Armv A special from Washington to the Cincinnati Enquirer December zjth stated that i be Military Affairs Committee has now decided to report an Array appropriation bill carrying row 8e ento ten million dollars less than the last vearsbiJt The Louisville Times of December 28 also states that the saving apiS J t uponail1ment of many of the large number of Army Posts more concentration of the army and the administration of its affairs Mr Helms Com mittee in exposing the extrava gance that the Department has heretofore put over the Com mittte and the House has paved the way for nearly as great sav Cins in several other business features of the Department and they are naturally gratified that their vestigation of the big De partment iB to so soon bear con crete resultsresults that mean the saving of many millions annually to the Treasury Senator Aldrich stated on the floor of the Senate that three hun Tlred millions could be raved an nually by proper management of the Governments business Mr Helms Committee has found several large sized leaks in the I wi11jbecharacter that talks and it can be truthfully said of Mr Helm that he is earning his salary Tins Democratic Central Cow mtdeeof Hamilton county Ohio ot which Cincinnati is the county seat at a recent meeting unanimous lv indorsed Gov Harmon for presi dent This is the Democratic or s ganization which assisted Mayor 1 elect Henry T Hunt to defeat the i city ticket put forth by the notOI f ious Republican Boss Geo B Cox ff Cincinnati is normally r5ooo Re publican and the Democrats aS sistedby personal efforts by Gov i Harmon won despite an indorse went which Pres Taft gave to the Republican ticket Pres Taft and Gov Harmon are both citizens of Cincinnati r f The Enquirer CiocinpatiOhio3 ycnrried the following report of the ireeting A special meeting of the Ham ilton County Democratic Central Committee held at the Grand Hotel ii dorsed Gov JudSon Harmon as tie Democratic candidate for president and promised him the undi f vided support of the party in this di f OUittyAU but tjiree of the forty presentfwith Ohairmiu George Dwyer and j tf i strYCliDton Collins at their i l r t The resolution indorsing Gbv Harmon reads as tollcwsi Be It Resolved by the Demo cratic Central Committee of the City of Cincinnati and Hamilton County Ohio that we heartily in dorse the candidacy of Judson HarI mon for President of the United States The exposure oL the former unbusinesslike rotten and fraudu lent m thods at the Capital of the state of Ohio ad their reform tht establishment of a state tax commission and the compelling of the public serviceand other corpora tions to pay taxes upon the actual value of their properties the reduction of taxes from rates averaging 2I percent toa unifoim i percent throughout Ohio the estab lishment of a public utilities corn mission the nonPartisan election of the judiciary the nomination of U S Senators by direct vote of the- people the establishing of the initiative and reterendum in all mu nicipalities the enactment Qf a law providing for the compensation C injured employees regardless of the question of negligence by a state fund subscribed to by employers nonpartisanIstate constltutlona convention t e limiting of the working hours for women the establishment of a wo mers jetormatory the teaching ol agriculture in the schools the strict regulation of dictions anr the currupt pra tices and the ratification of tile j roposed income tax- amendment to the Federal Con i tution We submit the foregoing as a record administrative and legislative accomplish nt rarer e lualed in the annals of this oI any other state We also recal with pride the record cf Judsoi H rmon as lawyer AttorneyGen era of the United States and pii vate citizen When to the foregoing is ad d the fact that he has carried the State tff Ohio on plain Jeffersonian Democratic principles in two ejec ions at the second ot which be received the largest majority ever accorded a Democrat in the state of Ohio we confidently claim that tie is not only the logical but the ideal Democratic candidate for President LEVEL GREEN Well the Old year has gone out and the new year has come in We wonder how many have set new resolutions and will kee- pthemA number of our citizens attended court at Mt Vernon Monday and Red did some splendid horsetrading Al Samp sonvof Maywood spentvjast week with his friend J W Fields H vas accompanied home Sunday jjy Mr Fields fSeveral of our young people left Monday for Berea where they will enter school Among them Victor Price and sister Miss wCreI There are some that will go to Vernon and some to Richmond so as to prepare themselves for better teachersJ J Brown who has been confined to his room for some time with an afflicted limb is im proving slowlyJonah DeBord who has been a resident of our little city for some time Ins mov d to Skeggs CreekRev George Thompson of Eubank preached at Burnetts chape1l last Sunday anc we are glad to say he was appointed to preah tor them this year again Edd Brown and sister Miss Of a were in Brodhead last Friday and Edd purchased from R S Martina fine young mare Manon Field is holding fort here this week while his brother John iwith hcraefolks Master Richard Hampton Gentry ot Quail is visiting hisS grandmother Mrs JN Brown from Thursday till SundayClav Thompson was in Berea last Mon day and Tuesday he was accompanied by his sister who will enter school thereMiss Viola DeBordwas in Mt Vernon Mon dayBub Cash of the Ottawa section has moved into DrD B Lawrences property recently va cated by John Lovings Uncle Bill spent last Friday with his daughter Mrs Eugere Me Williams over in Pulaski W J Brown of Brodhead has moved his family uear Walnut Grove he will take charge of Riddle Sons roller mill at that placeMadam Rumor says we are soon to have a wedding near hereLloyd Owens visited his sister Mrs G W Shells last Saturday and Sunday J N Hatcher has returned to Middles boro after spending a few days with his mother here rBririkliVi thitpr ois ii risitin his r j t f ILwas in the Glades Saturday on busine WABD It has beeu some time since we have seen any news from Wabd so we will try to let every body know that we are stilJaliveA C Sowder has moved into his property purchased from A Norton He is also adding to his property which when completed will add to the looks of our little townR L Bray has his resi dence nearly cnn peled which will be one of the nicest homes to b found in the country anywhere Miss Maraud Baker of Plato lis visiting her sister Mrs G C Price Mrs C W Dailey Miss Mai Bray Messrs C W Dailey and Geo Bray enjoyed an oyster stew with Dr and Mrs G C Price Saturday eve Henry Burdine and fimily are contemplating moving to Mt VernonDee Cummins is able to be out againE L Payne made his usual weekly visit in the Hansford section Monday The nimrods in this section have been very blue since the 1st But we think they will be alright in a few weeks Herald Luesy spent a pleasant week with his cousins McjIfirst trip this section we are glad to know that he placed a large order for Hdw witi our hnsl ng SonWmIr JameS filled his regular appoint nenfat Skeggs Creek Sunday last Jessie L Norton says that he be ieves he can get all his corn gathered by June ist provided he can get enorgh pens to hold it Elu rah for Josh as he is tamil arly calledRP Norton Sr made his usual rounds jn the Glade sect On Su day We fear that he bas ils eye on a young widow mine jvhen SamIWabi were united matrimonyjFriday e a ppy one Our school taught by J O Veifor his work HS it has ben the best school in many years Miss Allie Moore is with homefolks this week Quiller Payne is on theim wiln his father to keep house for him W D Lhc aandfamily visited his sister MrsrR i4B ay Sunday eveuinglJ this sqipfs the waste basket we will try againyWhen buying a cough medicTne or children hear in mind that Chamberlains Cough Remedy 1I host effectual for colds croup and r hooding coughand that it contain 10 harmful drug For sale by JhasC Davis EIQ Mi Verso Ky JauublJ 3 iq2 Enrrofc MT VEWNON S GNAL I ubset ve in an issue ot yon valuable and appreciated p pe that Judge T Z Morrow ad sent icaYBooklet Aii old time Democratic mass meeting at Lexington My sentiments as to the merits of the book accord with ours and my experience in reading the bok is just as vu say the man who c Im mences reading the btok wi want to finish It ere he quits and then he wants to re read it again and even to the tuird time Judge Morrow wi Ids the most facile pen of any writer in Kentucky or anywhere else He is the ables- tBlackstnian lawyer betwteu the two oceans perlecth at home in the element maxims and the priu ciple of thejaw the finest most eloquent andmost Utasio OrdhrI that ever adorned the Bar and the first of the time lawyers aiid orators that the gt m Reaper Death that mows tht bearded gram and the flowers between has suffered to remain in her once blooming garded oi oratory His bOKhts revived my sonic what lugging ambition and lam now de ermined to make myself worthy of calling him mj preceptor and bean ideal His qjd pupil and admiring frieud FONTAINE Fox B0BBIT- TCEDAkVILLE We have had hen y of rain anc high water but the pew year seem to make a change in the wather as its cool rWelt wedding audv ending Miss Lzzie hunk ws married to Elza Row last Thur cln Miss vh rtle Mink was married to Wille last M tG1lJ10 old sayings next year vT U be a hard Near too many vveadings thisyeur D O Dack woo has been very low with pneumonia and every body thought nad that dread ful disease consumption li rapidly improvingHenry Gibbarc1 has h n on the sick list for a few days li gel s nd Elmer Rentier are here on a visit fromGlarneldTeiin T J Nicholsj soldkis lowe la rip ago to Crawfj it P r s of Lfevel Green lor 700ooUrValker Oveus bjiight Tom Mices farm on Eo e Creek for 25000 cud isIHe has two other mills which is riiuning J H Taylor is cw looking fjranothr mill for the Doctor Jasper McGraw is putting in a gisohne grist millMrs- Martha Hall is visiting her son J E Hall ct Chrfied ltnncAI- It ough there have been so many weddings through this part I still see several candidates yet for iptJrimony and several think they will be elected Children CryFOR FLETC- HERSCASTCRIA S f y I Fi h i J4 ii j T IANIS Whave given us heir patron age in the past and we re ing you at all times the best gains in furniture Let us sell you your Hardware Yours very truly J I f S B McKENZIE 1f if IiIWa general Real Estate business handle town and farm abstracting and Ipass ontItles Va It tu sclllist yo lr IIIfYOU if you want to propIII = cap save you money =A GIRLS WILD MIDNIGHT RIDE ITo warn people of a fearful for est fire in the Catskills a young girl rode horseback at midnight and sgvedTmanjr lives Her deed was glorious but lives are often Discovervincolds which might hhve ended in consumption of pneumonia It cued me of a dreadfu cough and lungs disease writes W R Patterson Wellington Tex after four in our family hsd died with consumption and I gained 87 pounds Nothing so sure and safe for all throat and lung trouble Price Soc and roo Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Chas C Davis a When given as soon the croupy cough appears Chamberlains Cough Remedv will ward offan attack of croup and prevent nil danger and cause ofanxie v Thrusands of mothers use it sue cessfully Sold by Chas C Davis i cac wccFtux ewiu cebt II JONAS MCKENZIE fl- I Jr C t EEP AN EYE ON THIS SPACE I L EACH WEEK where you will A T always find listed the be t of goods which 3 are sold for a fair margain of profit Goods gbought right and sold right are the kind of goo s it always pays jo buy x Our Motro hasalways been to give to our customers the very best goods F possible for the money J y Thanking my customers for the pat M ronage in the past and asking a continu stance in the futuretam r T Yours very truly T l 5 in McKENZIEa JONAS t iMt Vernon Ky I yi fc 3 300362 s r 3 t IEWLSH continuonce moneyWatch = J To Those Who Work You have heard the story of the far mer who chalked his accounts on the barn door which later burned You are inalike rutif you Jpj t use JIlodetr methods yourbookkeeping and work A bank account will give you safety and credit Checks are your personalcoinage system 1spositallmoney with us and pay your bills by creditIRi r 6 ird seaegeaegD o botOE IF YOU WANT A twaessaej SUIT I 0 Fl CLOTHES 0 j8xh Without an equal that insures a fit corn f t fort and durability a trial will convince 4you we mafci the price and sell the goods W- S c8 3 p LMLVV SANDERS I- y CRAB ORCHARD ICY F 3 30 FURS AND HIDESHIG- HEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES Wool on Commission Write for price list raenUoHtaq this ad JOHN WHITE C0ILOUIVILLEKY pr Tt t I X JvLRNO SiGNAL MT VE NON KY JAN 5 I l I Call dp No WhZ- yoiAwat Copn1uniito cote WI SIGNAL 7el 21 4 R R Co TIMETABLE 22 ucvtn 4146 p m 2nortn 353 a m 5J3 south 1138 a n1 21 South 1219 am IAS IvAN DRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postoflice as secondclass mail matter PERSONAL Miss EaFihhaS been sick hiring the week Mrs W T Francis is vishing relatives in Monticello rWalter Francis was here from during the week John D Miller was at hora i from J Lebanon Junction during the week Miss Francis Forbes leaes today for Detroit Mich to join her parents Earl Phillips of Wildie was with 10bis cousin Shirley fate first of the week jlMiss Clyde Watson is with her sister Mrs F L Durham for a few days visit F Mr and Mrs Chas B McKenzie Shave returned from Knoxville TennesseeVictor and Clay Thompson were up from Level Green Monday Tuesdayand I Wheeler Meadow was with the family of his brother Jim Meadows I a few days this week- Mrs Linda Benton and daughter Miss Willie were up from Biod r tiead during the week Miss Rose McCurd entertained a number ofoung people at Lang don Dormitory Tuesday Payne Smith is spending a few A weeks with relatives and friends t in Frankfort and Versailles i i f f Bia i Crawf rd AI ver l Ttoday for a two weeks visit in Richmond and Madison count Mrs J T Adams and little f taece Antie were visiting at Brush Creek Sunday md Monday Will Stewart of Knox county has been with his brother L T ijtewsrt at Wildie for a few days Chas A Stewart who is a nephew of L T Stewart of Wildie 1i very sick at the Kings Daughter i Hospital Louisville Little Miss Ruthella and Doris Henderson were the guests of the t family of their grandfather AB Davis thisweek Rev Will Hopper from Burnside was the guest of liis friend Rev Geo Watson Sunday and while here be preached two very iuterst ing sermons at the Presbyterian churchIr Mrs Mary Wil1i m accompanied by her daughter M rs Cieo W Brown after spending the holidays with Judge and MrsR G Will iams in Coviugton left last Tues day for California byway of St Louis Kansas City Topeka El Paso and on to Los Angeles where they will spend the next two or three months In the spring they will go by steamer to San Francisco to visit Cot Robt Friedricks family after which thy will go to Salt Lake City Utah from there they will sojourn i Denver and Colorado Springs and from there travel to Omaha Nebraska and on into Chicago from whichplace they will return home through Cin cinnati Mrs Williams is feel ing much better and hopes to completely regain her health and strength by the stay along the Pacific coast- LOCAL Preaching at Presbyterian church next Sunday morning and evening Sb05 soc Knickerbocker heavy weight pants for 3y cts as long as Sthe lot lasts at Fishs r The open meeting of the Womans Club will be held this evening at the home of M rVat son The fubject wiU be Modern Drama The discussion will be l raied by Miss Rebecea Watson O 1lltQWingth programme there w a r lF I fSuit cases and truiiks 04 aii Kind at Fishs Read the auction ad of J Tbos Cherry on first page Get your penny pictures 5 po sitins2S for 25 cents Eberhart Clothes do not always make the man but Fishs Guaranteed Clothes will help yon A small chiltFbf J G Fern of Pine Hill is very sick Heis thought to have pneumonia Mr W j Clark gave two inter esttng ectures at the Christian church in the interest oi the Adult Bible Class luoveuien in Kentucky At the Annul election of officers of Dixie Camp No 12444 Modern Woodman of Amerfca the following officers were elrcted for this year W H Miller Consul Will HFish Cleik F L Thompson Jr Banker and W S Fields Advisor The board of Supervisors corn posed of W B Whitehead J C Mize P H Shutts W M Hayes and R G Mooie met HiWle So far as reported the raise has been very small and considering the extremely low valuation placed it is thought by some that the state board equalization will make a general raise for the whole county County Clerk S F Bowman reports the following marrage license issued withii the last ten days C C Sowder and Miss Isabell Sbiplell Tohn Tread way and Miss Bessie Tayloi Isaac Herriu and Miss Minnie Slusber Evin L Wbeeldon and Miss Iva M Brown Sam Price and Miss Stella Norton Willie Dugger and Myrtle Mink A F Bradley and Miss Nellie Roberts Charley Giancy and Miss Melia Adams CIRCUIT COURT The January term of the Rock castle Circuit Court ccnvened Monday with Judge B I Bethurum on Ihe beech The charged dee liveied to the Grand Jury was one of the strongest and ablest ever delivered to a Rockcaslle Grand Jury The Judge does not mince his words when he outlines the duties to the Grand Jurie and not in this hut in the ether counties of his ciruit the charge delivered JILd af etlt9ulll p hsgta dJ lcomlllthe immediate vicinity but throughout the state Judge M L1jarris Commonwealths At torney is at his post of duty look ing ofter the states interest in the prosection of all violations GRAND JURY Ahel Pennington Nelse Griffin Fred Hayes Please Ramsey Grant Thompson W H Brown W F Sowder F A Burdette H C Jones William Renuer Dee Cum mins cud Bill Scott Sr PETIT JURY Lee Bullen Geo Livesay M V Swinford Gonley Hale W H Baker George Burton G C Fish B G Mullins Wade Livesay J R BallInger J H Barnes Chint Lear John Tayor John Fletcher Lewis McGuire Bright Chasteen Josiah Boteing B I Mullins Booth Purcell Z JT Hansel Milt Deaton Jim Barnett Lucas Otferbey and S E Hellard The following oases bave been tried WalK Prewitt breach of the peace fined 20 Lemmie Mullins injury to property plead guilty and fined 20 George Fredericks gaming 20 George Wren for gaiming 20 John Roberts and Luther Roberts aiding and abetinj 20 each Jol n B G Miller sellin waiskey 60 Wicker Bill Chasteen gaiming 2o John B G Mil er and his wife Lou came next with seven successive cases and in eachcase the fine was fixed at 60 Bob Lee selling whiskey 60 Js French house breaking not guilty Tames Drew malicious shooting and wounding 100 and cot Chas Philbeck 250 for contempt of court the ease against Owen Tur pin charged with the murder of Bogie Phillips continued until the next term of court Jas Cash per jury case continued Will Kirby selling liquor not guilty Robt Childress grand larceny case filed away W M Kirby for selling liquor fluid 20 WM Kirby breach of the peace acquitted Fred Elk in tor robbery convicted Elkin is 17 years old and under the new law will be sent to the House of Re form until he is 21 years old The penalty s froui2 to ioyears r it SiS 7 Brown Memorial schoolI open its winter term next Tuesday There is aIair ol 4 shoes await j ing for you at Fishs bargain counter fcr 298 Mrs Flora Bales of Etowah Tenn is visiting her sister Mrs I is T Adams this wee Eberhart tne uctcre man is in town this week and will be here t until the 25th Studio over Manns j store FoiSALEUne five room house aud lot in Brodhead Apply to D M PRESTQN I Jan 53t Broduead Ky I WILL DYE FOR YOU All kiiiGS f Dyeing Cleaning and pressing done at a reasonable I jgoodDej 30 3t gehron Crtucha prominent citizen of the Qisputanta section accidentally dropped a 44 pistol j Tuesday and the Hall passed through his arm and then through 1couditionLerMr Croucher died Wed I- nesday I The Brodhgad Dramatic Club presented Uncle Retibin a foul 1brather small but appreciative audience It was a very laughable play well presented and thoroughly enjoyed The play was put on forJ the purpoe of raising money to finish payinga small balante due on the Baptist churob erected at Brodhead two or three v ears ago i Regular services at the B aptist Church Jan S Sat IISUbam a Christan this being a com panion subject of the one discussed I last Sinday night viztWhat in a Christian Ever body come and welcome Strangers and visit ors are especially inv tediT C DUl The W J Sparks Co have been Rstruction 1thefcontract 1s toe completed bvl Aug 31 igi and will ambntto something liKe 20000000 Messt W J Sparks R A Sparks Frank Longmire and A G Bartlette are in Tennessee this week looking over the work which is to be begun about Feby 1st 1912 We are glad to know thatthe W J Sparks Co who are equal to the task Lave been awarded the contract The new town board was sworn in Monday and met Monday even ingin the Police Judges office and proceeded to organized and get dowfa to business The board is composed of R A Welch E B Brown Robt Box J I Lawrence and M J Miller Jr R A Welch was elected chairman of the board and Jamts Maretwho has since there has been anything like a corporation served as town clerkand has made a good one is the clerk The board at once got down to business and stirted off just like they mean to do some thing The first offici i acts were to instruct the marshal to see that all cows or other stock found upon the street be dealt with strictly in accordance with the stock ordinance The license on Malt Mead joints was placed at 5r 6 and on pool rooms 2oo for one table and 50 for each additional table This constituted the first nights work but there will be another meeting tonight when other important matters will be considered The new board promises to do the very best for the town that they possibly can and it is up to the people to give them your undivided support without which they cannot hope to do anything This paper has always supported the town boards whether good or bad and we believe it is the duty of every good citizen to do likewise It is an ungrateful place to fill and instead of abusing assist ttueboard If there is a mistake made go tie fore the board and discuss the question in a friendly spirit and ask for a correction of the mistake instead of sitting around beefing about what you yourselfwould have done if placed in the same position There has been enough kicking in the last few months now let us airrpull ytpgetEerJand get our town again started bn the upward march sLIi 1 9 Mil a AET5 SSJ JIia = + i j I Yill Bilugaill Siluprises Ever Cease llr Not as Iong as we know how to buy and you s I SS continue to show your appreciation ofour efforts IiI f JL1TURDAY SELLING We Offer Digger Bargains Tnan Ever MENS FINE SHOES LEATHERSI400 SHOES going at 298- Ji51 SHOES g ing at 249 QQSOESgcingat 198 1iIL THEycIJT J CLOTHESIyr Ia FOSSAIETVVO good mules six years old apply to D L BRVANr Jan 5 8t Mt Vernon Franklin Clatter No 117 Eastern Star installed the following officers Thursday night for the en suing year Mrs S C Franklin M Mrs Cleo Brown A M A B Furnish VP Miss Ida May Adams Cpnd Miss Virginia Davis Asst Cloud Cossie Sutton Treas g c Franklin Sect CARD TuNKsTo the good people of Mt Vernon and vicinity who were so exceedingly kind to us during our recent misfortunes and we miht say good fortune as wen we wish to express our sincere thanks Our little one which for several days it seemed impossible for him to recover is now getting along nicely ye shall ever ap preCiate what wisdone for us MR AND MRS D M HAMPER Jake Dud and Earnest Wallm had tbeii eximing trial at Stanford Monday and Tuesday for the kill ing of Lige Hos ins at Crab Orchard on Saturday before Xnaf Earnest Wallin was discharged JakeWallin1whom it is claimed fired the shot that killed Hoskins was held under a 1000 bond under a charge of manslaughter and Dud Wallin vaSla1so held under a rooojbond as an ac com phC The Amaranth Club of Brod head for the benefit of Brodhead Lodge Eastern Star presented at the Graded School building last Monday evening the four act comedy ntitled Jerry the Out casttbe audizfrice was not up toI the standard in number but those present were very of the splendid complimentaryI Amaranth Club talk that the troupe will return to Mt Vernon in about thirt days and should they decide to do so areassujedoraiarger attendance than they were given on last Monday evening alIwaysIt allays the cough relieves thel aidsjnaturea healthy condition Thousands cll t h J t s i311 L d rr LADIES FINE SHOES In Most Styles and Sizes SPECIAL 300 SHOES for 198 250 SHOES for 1 49 BOYSt OVERCOATS I ClOSE1QU1I SPOT 1475 CASH YOU NEED THE GOODS WE NEED THE MONEY LETS GET TOGETHER i tI We Have TOO MANY FINE SUITS OVERCOATS AND THEY MUST GO IGOMBTO OUR STORE EARLY SATURDAY AMD LET US YYQJ THAT WE CAN YOU iv t4 525ona SUITtrYE GUARANTEE ALL OUR15 20 AND 25 SUITS 10 BE iLLVOOLII I AND TO WEAR TO SATISFACTION THE SIGN OF THE FISll l Mt Vernon Ky Jan 8d 1912 Very naturally I have been asked why I appeared on Thursday of the late trial in Lincoln of the homicide taere and did not appeal afterwards Answer I was employed by a member of the lamilyjm the presence of the widow to prosecute the case and after attending or Thursday I returned to Crab I was in formed that an attorney who was a cousin of the deceased said that he would take my place and prosecute for nothing au mid the rejoicing of the de fendants and the weeping and mourning of the widow and orphans and the lamenting of the Com Bonw lth I retired But it did ook like Esculapier ready with his keen delicate lancet going to open a boil and rude Old Vulcan rushing up with sledge hammer and tongs and shoving him aside and taking hisplace FONTAINS FOX BOBBITT FRIGHTFUL POLAR WINDS blow with terrific force st the fai north and play havoc with t eskin causing red rough or sore chapped hands and lips that need Bucklens Arnica Salve to heal them It makes the skin soft and smooth Unrivaled for cold ores also burns boils sOre ulcers cuts bluises and piles Only 20 cents at Chas C Davis With gonyerrjble Collars TQ 650 V 500 OTl I4 00 M and SAVE YOUR Orchard H n1Is RHEUMATiSM1Dr RREUMATIG REMY For 15 years a Standard Remedy for all forms of Rheumatism lumbago gout tore muscles stiff or swollen joints It quickly relieves the severe pains reduces the fever and eliminates the poison from the system 50 centS a box at druggists Wtrfio for a Free trial Box Dr Whitehall Mogrimino Co 188 9 Lafayette St South Bend Ind Mrs Frederick T Haskell wife the vice president of the Illinois Trust Saving Bank of Chicago killed herself on the thirtyfirst anniversary of her marriage Dr Charles W Eliot has been pronounced out of danger at Col om 0 Ceyon A HE 0 IN A LIGHTHOUSE For years S Donahue So Haven Mich jicivil war captain as- a lighthouse keeper avertedawul wrecks but a queer fact is he might have been a wreck himself Electric Bitters had not prevented They cured me of kidney trouble and chills he writes after I had taken others so called cures for years w thout benefit and they also improved my sightNw at seven ty I am feeling fine For dys pepsia indigestion all stomtce liver andkidney troubles theyre 5IWhen you have a languid ctretchy reeling achpy sensations In the legs sallow complexion bad breath disordered stornachcconstipated bowels and you feel no account blue and discouraged IiOOIv OUT FiRJ 1 0 SEE OURI I l BARGAINI Ihi I T1iJ5k i kEDEIh Iit 41 The Texas Vonder1cures kidney f and bladder trotible4 removing gravel cures oMabets weakand bime backSi iheumatisin andal1 irregularities of the kidneys nod I in jbotv men and women Regu Jates bladder troubles i chibren If not sold bour druggist will be sent by luauon receipt ofiou v One small bottle intO mouths J treatment and eldora fails to perfect a cure Send for Jcsti monials from liL and other states Dr HT Hall 2926 Olive street LouisMo i Sold bX druggist According to Rome the Italians V 7y and Turks are talknig a resr no5 f v it encounters of emporjance having occur red Curing the past tsvetfty four hours The NationalLst part of Russia has prepared a bill of retaliation against America oh account of the abrogation of the RtiS6o Ame can treaty SiOOPERTpCTE was paid at a badquei to Henry Clay in New Orleans in 1842 Mighty costly fpr thqwitb stom ach trouble or indigestion To day people every w fie re use Dr Kinks New Life Pills for these troubles welt asJiver kidney and bowel Ias Easy safer sure Only cts at Chas C Davis 1 ICJLLS You Have the Symptoms and If You Do Not Do Something You WM Surely Have the Disease 55j HERBiSIt Is a medicine of marvelous power in ridding tho Eystcm of Malarial jrarnis Tejian prompted NJ- the first dose brln s imprpvemtn a few days use drives out tfe discus ccIfreIv iiwhichflowing with a fine eell1Sot vigor strength and cheerfulness Pries 50c per Bottle JAmS Po BALLARD IYItOlItIETORS f LOOTS HO Stephens Eye Salve In a remedy of gent 5OW r lu seases of the eyei orryeids it aIcckO fih itTLISOLD BY CHAS G DAVIS bliUGGIST 5 t 4 Ei 1F5 r jTt c Y wfPi ehl 4YiY pf JT rJiltAL Thee rc unhappy marriedJUcfb tQ L g pcrccbo oZ iifih2pj1 ccccs ae due the illness of th wi2 mco cuhtcv Ihe I1iL thepcftf cdrlJ the tenc ili pe uLd rL taII rtcrvousneS5 circled result thor often In n thi3C Giadc3 t j t wo sod eyes heLog he R the woman to be happy ULi good4dkiig 4 iut ra3lie flass C y down Jr5ZcriDragging Jmg3 t ai ri 1r ijtomeyonanbespret9Q roln tFavorite Prescnpton restores weak aid it Womc1 t clLaLi byC WIJ nqal y tCCS1tQ fotLting end correctiut tpe local LzsorLe3 t above distiessinycPtOmS I Sllffcrc srntIZ fc tC1 c3 1 f t o an u B F D- itvrit Mnsl8n1r tor 1bd 7a1 aroyears co of tiClOhio Route 4 Tludcctltn lclJ lOlculd thahoptti biorn wOiliCYU bo14 r A cir Lg mch pciioI I m1ttrctllAtLccrero than ever ed t l8sprns bad d six cLildren I wo so nn the iiiohcrin tonn1one It- 1ierco I wrototL Droteththg rust te done ro five xionths tI ncw could hOT I euirciL lie ctitUnIthUT him ns t1elrr 31 Lot or trcatrnct whh J 70lowcd to tg ktr I tvocourse DlslovcV ira iie cLen i41CR tcwr ti m1chfii ftyttht wn V 1 crI wish I couLt tell aitctd- cctoing Dr Pices c n nr There is io uewtU3 111 I1rthing wcoral cnt cisc The MeJcl AdifC 11 RV Ptce M DDtffcl NYUrWPT icctte neti U about vrL i jrt O1 VW Sent ftWOW1every ouiScOIl reCIOL 31L r WlJlpln c1 1TTTllTflTfliT YPfl1flT TTTfl HiM Hm Institution TI s h LaJ is a horn j initutio Out loans aro m vJa right lutvs ai Ult hone to our goad faryi 11 and bluings men It is a horns institution fo our ho le Wo will plC you good inter st on your idle i Y funds Miks divosit nnd then pay your hills with your p rsonal tthtk It irf vury si npe coivjni nt ari1saf j Gall and wj jjladly ex I j plain the many alvahtages of a checking account You will always U d rjwij t Ahioh ovvio bj lijp itijl htn lowed Chick whlhU h will hfl returned tovouis iMcohtessible proof of thi p lym it oft1t1 bill Yonr moa is f dtJP iUi1 in ihkThank to yoir Ii ulio If voi ct =4+ yit Youpo torUa iSat Ji mi is maybj lot or st deQ Joinein Billot us t ilk sh euaWora over with yon l IETEBNOT VEROi 4 i J t lINCORPORATED =4 JL i MT VEHNO KENTUCKY if 1 F dou nql ln i If ft cSe1fLoading Shotgun 12 GAUGE MODEL 1911 I irI rThis new Winchester has all the good points AT of other recoil operated shotguns and many distinct ive features and improvements besides Among them are Nickel steel construction which gives surpassing strength and rIst and a reloading system that will handle allsafe loads without readjustment Look one over at your dealers or tend to the Winchester Repeat- 1InArms Co Nesi Haven Conn for a Jacriplise crt star IT WORKS WELL WITH AI I LOADS t 1l 1iC t tack cver I cJ F 4 fii v Repea1in RifIe- iI rt rit 1VndtESMOKCill1ide rShaots 22 short 22 long and 22 long rifle cartridges without adjustment Solid Breech Hammerless SafeIIBuilt by the same expert gunsmiths as the RemingtonUMC big game rifles A If you want to shoot your best shoot Reming JJ I 1tonUMC Lesmok 22s Their accuracy enabled Arthur Hubalek to break the Worlds p Record in 100consecutive shots scoring 2484 out of a possible 2500 combination emrngtonTUMC the perfect shooting Remington AnnsUnion Metallic Cartridge COI 299 New York City ti V RESORTSI I ID1ItGARTE EALS CARS 1 GOOD RETURNING UNTIL MAY 31 SFOR fUll FARTICULARs CAlLON ANYTICETACEHT 1912Ion wnm- i IIf C KINO Passenger and Ticket Agent 101 E MalnSL SSSS IISi c A i m =l etllif SUI UNCEjzTAI w jfistlancimadejCoffinsfurnished J Hearse sent to all parts of1 h Couu1T is Alt orders byWire Promptly Filled Tt WI 1OX 1Cy1tA SF 4 U kL L J JS 5S r i HrfJRl pi AY The new Manager of the Cincinnati Reds will be in actual charge of the team fIAFI EcflEs 8000 Great Throng at White House New Year Reception Fine Weather Adds to Size of Crowd Line of WellWishers Reaches to Treasury Washington Jan 3Eight thousand American citizens the diplomatic corps representatives of the army and navy and hundreds of government offi cials shook hands with President Taft and wished him a happy New Year at the largest New Years reception but one in the history of the White House apIPresidentIbracing weather had much to do with the enormous crowd The line of well wishers reached beyond the Treasury theyIGathered in the blue room awaiting the arrival of the receiving party was representaIeluding Miss Mary Wilcox great granddaughter of President Andrew Jackson Mr and Mrs Robert Todd Lincoln of Chicago son and daughter Inlaw of President Lincoln Miss Mar thena Harrison granddaughter of President Harrison and Mrs Alice Roosevelt Longworth daughter of for mer President Roosevelt POSTAL CARD ABUSES Found Am9ng Effects of Mrs ii1 Palmer a Suicide ChasV Phelps of Ossining N YIMay be Asked to Explain Rela tlonsWith Dead Woman Newburgh N Y Jan 3Apostcard cf Mrs Minnie pictureII committed suicide by shooting oi the steps of the superIintendentOssining may result in a request by Coroner Fred D Buss asking Phelps to appear before the coronerS jury The postcard Vas found last even ing in the dead womans effects and bore this inscription Charles V Fhdps Ossining N YII hope you wont break any hearts as you have broken mine ii hope you and Miss Lamphier are happy I hope and pray you will suffer as i have before youdieIAnother postcard found on the body suicide bears a picture of and on it was written laminjPhelPs after living with this party years Am broken hearted He has another Electra Lamphier froili Ohio has taken my place in his heart so I expect I will be put outdf the way as I have been warned I would am ready and waiting My heart is with him and no one else Minnie PalmerS Palmer was a woman of about 35 years of age of fine figure and comely appearance At the time of committing the deed she was well at appearanceistancesSIConflict In Argentina IBuenos Ayres Jan 3There isani mllltaryiand civilians The latter complain that the nominees fbr governorship of lsjorCnattanooga Lets Burch Go Wilkesbarre Penn Jan 3Mana ger Clymer of the Wilkesbarre club has completed the purchase of Simmj Burch from the Chattanooga team dl the Southern lea- guefPNEVMONIA left me with frightful cough and t Icmlldhardlyminutes My doctor nothelp me but I was completely by KINGSNew frsJECoxJOljtflLS 50c 100 ATALL bFtUGQIST i 1 5IttJ J TSV L = = REFUSE OwK TO LA FOLLETTE BOOM conferIfto Defer Action WANMAKER TURNS TABLES Looked For Time As If Wisconslr Man Had Lead But Pinchot Waves the Big Stick Against Move Organization Is Effected Columbus OliioIn a stormy ses f ion which threatened for several hours to founder upon the shoals ol dissension between the respective forces of Roosevelt and La FolIetU supporters the conference pf tht Ohio progressive league held here re fused to formally indorse the caroli dacy of Senator Robert M La Follece of Wisconsin for the presidentia nomination in 1912 by a vote of 52 tc 32 and left any indorsement of a can didate open to be decided later eithei by a referendum vote of the rank anc file of the Republican Progressive leagueor by a representative state conventionThe of the progressive movement in this state were herE in full force and becauseof thai reason the conference assumed con siderable importance in its relation tel political conditions in this state- Discussion Is Turbulent vartiousdiscussion which became extremalj turbuleIrt at times such national fig ures as Senator Clapp of Minnesota Senator Works of California Gifforc Pinchot and Louis D Brandeis thE Boston attorney were accorded tu privilege of the hoar Senators Clapp and Works led tht fight for the La Follette indorsement while Gifford Pinchot made veilec threats of the withdrawal of tin Roosevelt support of tne progressive movement if the conference made anj formal indorsement at this tine This was the big stick hid finally caused the La FcVHte en thusiasts to desist in thei lemauc for the Wisconsin senators indorse mont at this time but it was not unti Judge R M Wanamaker of Akron took the floor following the plea pl Senator Clapp that the tables wen turned upon the La Follette faction Judge Wanamaker declared that tc indorse La Follette at this time would be to drive Roosevelt Republicans tcI the support of President Tn and thai the principles of the progressive movement were greater titan the can dida Y of any individual and forthai reason the5 jidivdual should be moraeitarjly sjVcrTcetl flLliux pninjc5 pie Compromise Rescution As a compromise to the La Follettt forces a resolution was then adoptee declaring that Robert M La Follette was the personal choice of the delegates to the conference for theii standard bearer in 1912 Organization was effected and tIt following officers elected president John D Fackler of Cleveland vice president C F Brotherton Ashtabv la secretary Harold Brown c Columbus treasurer Pearl Sigler o Daytoii Republican State Chairman Walte F Brown came to Columbus and ha a conference with Gifford Pinchot dur ing the day but did not participat in the convention- Among the spectators in the visa tors gallery was Republican Nationa Committeeman A I Vorys Presiden Tafts manager in Ohio He w there to see at first hand what tt enemy was doing and what strengt It was mustering The conference a journed subject to the call of th president of the league ADMIRAL BBEAKS NOSI William IP Potter Aid To Secretarj Meyer Falls Down Steps of Navy Building Washington Rear Admiral Wm P Potter one of Secretary Meyers chief assistants suffered a broken nose and severe bruises about thE face as a result of falling dowr the steps of the State War and Navj departments building When the nava officers were starting for the WhitE House to take part in the New Years reception Latest evening physicians reported that Admiral Potter had not sus taine d any serious injuries and being of robust Health it is believed he wit be able to resume his duties within i week Form New Turk Cabinet new cabinet hConstrntinopleA being formed to take the place o the one recently resigned As fai as the formation has been completed it showV that the ministers of wai marine and foreign affairs will retail their portfolios White House Guards Gone Washlngton Tprders were issue to the 22 policemen now doih Inside work at the White House to r port tosthefr various precinct captaiu WeinsdayCASTOR1A Sot Infants and Children The KM YnirHaYe Always Bought Bears the Signattire cf IIh FiL tive shares stocV n Peoples BnnkMt Vernon ny person wishingtob v will call bn or addressj 2VE SHUTTS C22r BroniXyf- SS 1S i I r1 FARMERS WEEK d- AT LEXINGTON Great Interest Manifested A State University Af Meeting Of Agriculturists PROGRAM OF GOOD FEATURES Jcrn Show On Tuesday One of the Best liver Held In Kentucky Aculs By Noted Expert Xexingtca Farmers week at the Ygficuliuiai College of Kentucky iafe Unjvctsity began Tuesday with he tatiri Snow and will continue ntii SatiuuayT inclusive The wee U ell b1C tuatuies of interest to all sses of oweiuuccy farmers rues ay was beg nlng of the big corn lOW and corn school for which the argast uu uer ot entries ever made jre recoiled The exhibits for the rzas in t corn show were judged y tile fam us IcLcna corn specialist rof G I Lnnty who also delivered lecture 01 corn growing Weanesdisj Vvs swine day and ad Tesces we1 ielivered by experts anc Hicacal edcrs on the differen iiulsof hogs ad the best method earing and fattening them and pro ociing then ircm disease Qn Thuisdty the Kentucky Beel attle Breed Association holds its iceting an ncng those on the pro ramme for diiCS are R J Kin er of Kans s City Mo secretary ol he Hereford Cattle Association Iharles Gray fccrcrary of the Aber leenAngus icciation John W Jrove of co secretary of the jhorthorn ssGciton and State Jomihissionf r of Agriculture J W Newman the Inter speaking on Co operation of Railroad Rates At 2 p m the meeting adjourns for the purpose of permitting the members the association to visit J B Haggins Klmendorf stock farm On Thursday also is held the meeting of the Horti cultural Society at which subjects ol vital interest to growers of fruit and garden products are discussed by var ious experts including a representa tive of the United States Department of Agriculture at On Friday will WashingtonI the dairymen and ers of the StateSSaurday will be devoted to a meet ing of the Kentucky Horse Breeders Association Capt C H Conrad U S A who has charge of the Unitet States Remount Depot at Front Royal Va will deliver a lecture onthE Army Horse describing the type ol animal which is desired for the cay airy service Matt S Cohen and Her bert J Krum will discuss the Ken tucky saddle horse while other speakers will deliver addresses on the thoroughbred the trotting the hackney the heavy draft anthgnrafutiIitjOhurse SNAKE AMONG BANANAS LexingtonA live rattlesnake twc and a half feet long was found coiled up in a bunch of bananas which were hanging up for sale at the grocery ol 0 T Pollard in East High street The snake was discovered by the lit tie son of Judge O H Pollard The boy was standing in the grocery wher he saw the tail of the snake He excitedly notified Mr Pollard and his clerk Ernest Bradley The snake was then pulled out from his hiding place with a pair of tongs and dispatched with a broomstick Mr Pollard does not know where the bananas and the snake came from but supposes from some part of Central America I j GOVERNMENT WAR HORSES Lexington Prof J JHooper o the department of animal husbandr of State University has received telegram from the United States W Department notifying him that Cap C H Conrad of lie Quartermaste Department of the Governmejit ha been designated to address the Ken luCky horsemen at their meeting herr1 on January 6 Capt Conrad who wi ome on the important mission to te the horse breeders exactly what kir jf horse the Government desires f officers mounts and artillery pu remountIKILLED IN TENNESSEE Stanford Charles F Dedderer 49 who met death a few days ago in the yards ofI the Southern railway a Chattanooga Tenn his body being terribly mangled went tc that cit ten years ago from Stanford havlnj formerly lived in Lexington H leaves a widow and six children The daughters are Mrs G W Val lin Misses Mldred and Lillian anc three sons Charles L Jr Willarc and MarshallSKILLED IN CELEBRATION Middlesboro Edward Van Bever nephew of Chief of Police George Var Bever of Little Clear Creek abou four miles frhm here was blown t jtoma while discharging dynamfte Van Bever with a party of friends wa celebrating Christmas Thinkin that the fuse attached vto the stick p edllLwaellght it IIi a second the powde Exploded throwing him high in flit airy TYPEWRITING TELEGRAPHY wuLu RSM1TH USINEICDLLECIS then1t1tsnd bankiDKTHisinosg sloe yean edncatlnK oung Hifn ftHrtirom n for M9 Katfr 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