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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t i t fJj i 57i Published Every Friday E XXIV MT VERNON COUNTY KY FRIDAY JANUARY 20 1911 NUMBER 17 IIS LI V1NU8TOA Mrs G D Cook is slowly im- provingg and we hope will soon he out again Chief Dispatcher Lem 1ondtook his little daughter Eliza beth to Lo isvtll to place her in sd bolWe ale sorry to learn that RW Bales freight agent who vas taken to London has typhoid fever at that placeHugh Stewart night clerk at the depot has stoed his household goods in a room at Jim OwensGeorge Howell has P moved into another house of Mrs Sue MulliuS J M Foure hrs moved into his store house These are the three I families disposessed by the fireJohn Cummins of Mt Ver non was in town Sunda Mr and Mrs W H Oliver visited relatives at Maretburg Saturday and Sun I dayCapt A N Bentley informs to stump the district from one end to the other that he will maishal his forces and enter the battle to win He says he wants to mingle his voice in the Legislature with I the rest and help make the laws I Charley Rice who has been very sick is abie to be out again Mrs W T Merrimee of Paris is vi it I ing Mrs George Pope this week R B Sams who i running f hotel ai OBrodfaead was in our mid- stThurdayI L Thompson of Mt Vernon a night of the grip was here Monday George Pope who has been sick so long slowly improves Joe Spires who has been working at the depot here returned to his home at Parksville Monday Frank Dees traveling salesman was in Brodhead Tuesday J B Coleman of Louisville who isa partner in the restaurant here has has been here for a few days El merLe hleitea the man that never a sleeps was here between Tains- alfit iiY He a1way meets every njr with a smile and a handshake pt Take him as YOLIFplease Jie 9SJI splendid Dutchman Mr and Mrs Jonnie Baker of Cedarville were in our town MondayJ W Ba ker was in Mt Vernon Sunday Mr and Mrs J C McGuire were down from East Bernstadt Sunday Misses Ida Chewning and Ruthie Painter of Jfarriston have been visiting Misses Essie Pike and Eth HayesPlot G M Ballard was TJ iH w I i I Iui4TiCtOfl ionll IIIVOLU ROCKCASTLE campaigUIin u here Monday and infprms us that he is Legislative timber and that he intends to go to Frankfort to help make the laws after the elec tion is over Well Mat as we all cill him is a good mab and would no doubt fill the place with credit R A Whitehead went to Mt Monday Mr App Taylor was in London Wednesday Willie Ang lin has enlisted as a soldier and MtICall HelisMaretburg was here Tuesday en route home from Nelse Griffins at Conway Mr Griffin wife and child have typhoid fever There was a large delegation of Masons from Mt Vernon attended the fu neral of W C Mullins Hard Ma haffey of LaFolJctte Tenu was here TuesdayMrs R J Lem onds who is at London is very sick Mrs J H Browning and children have returned from Crab Qrch aIdwhere she has been visiting relatives for the past week Miss Mollie Miller has been vis iting relatives the past week at Pine HiIBoston Durham and Bud Graves ot the White Oik Branch section were in town Tuesday W N Riggs vas in Corbin Tues diy on business Mr and Mr Ban ord have gone to housekee p jug in the Dr Webb property John Magee of Danville wa here Tuesday Mr and Mrs J D Hallwere at Conway Sunday to see Mrs Halls brother Nelse Griffin who has feverL G Fa Hn was in Pipe Hill Sunday Jim Walk Mullins is on Crpoked Creek fox hunting Jim believes liteie just what you make it and he says it is a pleasure to hive a good race The Masonic ball is earing com pletion the root is on and they hre plastering it1 b few more days and it will be doneRftv1Vatsoa of- Mt Vernbii filled his riegular lap pointment at the Presbyterjgn chttfch Sun d ayaudSiifnday u ig ht ster ofTrains Morris was in Paris Wednesday When buying a cough medicine for children bear in mind that Chamberlains Cough Remedy is most effectual for colds croup and whooping cough and that it con tains no harmful drug For sale by Chas C Davis The Tenderfoot Farmer It was one of these experimental farmers who put green spectacles on his cow and fed her shavings His theory was that it didnt matter what the cow ate so long as was fed The questions of digestion and nourishment Hatj not entered into his calculations Its only q tenderfoot farmer that would try iuSb an exnerinientwith cow But many a farmer feeds hittis self regardless pf digestion and nutrition H might almost as well gat shgv jogs for all the good he gets out of his food The result Js that the stomqch grows weak the action of the organs of digestion Hnd nutrition are impaired and the man suffers the miseries of dyspepsia and tis ponies of nervousnesj To strengthen the stomach restore the activity of the Qr gans ot digestion and nutrition and brace up the nerves use Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery It is an un falling remedy and has the confidence ot physicians O9 well as the praise ot thousands healed by Its use In the strictest sense Golden Medical Discovery Is a temperance medicine It contains neither intoxicants nor narcotics and is as free from alcohol as from opium cocaine and other dangerous drugs AU ingredients printed on its outside wrapper Dont let a dealer delude you for his own profit There is no medicine for stomach liver and blood just as goodas Golden Medical Discpvary rc3 Ci 3abC c HOW TO PAY I ACCOUNTS i By paying bills by Check and not by effreicy 1 5 Old greeks are permanent receipts Open a checking account with us even if f it is small r You can start an account with us with as jsmall amount as one dollar i Askyour neighbor how he like doing business with us vf ri Come in and talk with us Glad to see 5 f V you at any time Ii 7WE WISH YOU A MERRY XMAS f l 4IPEOPLESI BANK j lQ 3pg xxJY11 r- r B1101MIEVAD Mrs Henry of near here died of consumption andwas burried last Tuesday J J Painter has beentelegraphing in Lebanon Jet since first of the month Rev A J Pike filled the pulpit at Freedom Sunday and here Sunday night Jop McCall now of Maretburg was seen here first of the week says if anyone will come to see him he will have Aunt Lucy kill the fattest hen on Ihc place Walter Cloyd of Hazel Patch W here Sunday Miss Riila Moore who has been withrelatives here has returned to Her home in Indianapolis Miss Lizzie Storms of Ktavy Laurel county is with home folks here for a few dasFrank Sutton will leave in a few days for Danville where he has accepted a position as brakeman on Southern Ry Egbert Wallen of Oakdale Tenn was vith hic family here over Su- ncliyjames B Frith was in Louis vijle on business first of week Edgar Tajem of Rijeys was here during week Marshal Prank Brooks after being confined to his bee focseveral days is able to be out againTop Albright will go to housekeeping in Lebanon thk week Mr and Mrs C C Cable and babv are with home folks here Last Saturday night a little afu i dark Jessie Vaughn about 14 year oldason of John Vaughn wa fund aloqg sjde dIe railroad track with both legs cut Seems the boy had been picking up coal and in some way was run over by a passing train Dr Southard of Mt Vernon was calledand assisted by Dr Cotter amputated the crushed limbs of the boy bui he could not survive the shock and dedaboutr oclock in the morning It dont pay to fool around the railroad when trains are cISleBurrliarwiir erjbe tbvisiting Miss gli abetb Tharp has returned to her howe in Danville Miss Cora Griffin has returned to her home near Mt Vernon after spendinga few days with her aunt Mrs walter Turpiu =Tho play given last Saturday night by the Hiat Dramatic Club was quite successMrs Jop AlbrighUisited her parents in Maretsburg last week A latge crowd came down from toIa L Col Her and Mrs Sid Duke of Crab Orchard visited Mrs J R Cass last week Miss Grace McCall who has been visiting relatives here has returned to her borne at Marelburg Henry Brooks who has been at home for quite a while returned to his work at Baxter Ky last weekMrs M E Wiluiott and daughter Miss Mattie are visiting in West Port IndBane Carson has accepted position as assistant cashier of The Citizens BankMrs J G Frith and Mrs R S Martin have bebn sick for several days Miss FlorEnce Pennington oi Livingston is visiting her sister Mrs O A- FrititMiss Etta Cable spent Saturday and Sunday with home folks There was a temperance lecture given at the Christian chrchlast Sunday by Rev Louis Fuller Miss Sadie Richards ot Mt Ver non was the guests of Miss Willie Benton =Miss Ida Smith was up TuesdavITaylor of this place has bought the old Martin farm at Double Springs near Maretburg aid witJmvethete next week herlbrotherweekLittle Willie Gravely New land is l rystckwitl1diptherial Mrs Ben very sick is improving John ITevius 11cabboseat injured Mrs Liza Green wife of Henry Green died Monday and was burned at Christian church Tuesday aftern- oculChIIdrs Cry f C At sltFTEOt I THE MOODY BIBLE INSTITUTE AFTER TWENTY FIVE YEARS BY- HQVARDWPOPE D L Moody wasonce seen tbeIng was praying for said that it was for money with which to erect a building for a Bible Training School This prayer was answered in part bv the erection of the present mens building Continued answer was given in the purchase of buildings on LaSaille Avenue for womens dormitoriesandrstill further in the mens new building dedicated February 5th 1910 and the womens new dormitory which is in course of construction the out side is now complete and the con stiuctors ate busily working on the inside construction in the hope of its partial occupancy by Founders Day February 5 1911 These builcjingjs born of prayer find btiil by prayer lave been consecrated by th prayer ql nearly poo students who have here teamed the deep tingsof God and especially The Wceeding great ness of His power to usward who believe i Someone has said that a bo without a fortune iV a fortunate isImanylVouMoody was born poor for it led him to sympathize lieartilv with every other young man who like himself had small means and large aspiratiQn NfiEp oPLiV WOBESRS He early recognized that a con siderable part of our religious work must be done b J lay workers He also saw that there were thousands pf young inen and3jb4ngwomu a 5 fAti i s i tot fpossfWe but Hvho within a year or two of training in tIe Engltsh Bible personal work anti music might be able to fall mapy posit ions of usefulness which their gifts and galling might indicate This led him to found The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago which affords perhaps the most re markable combination ot study and practical work that the world has ever seen It is in no sense theological seminar or rival of the seminaries It does not teach Hebrev or Greek but it has five different methpydsiof teachipg the English Bibe The trajnjng is so practical and the reigious atmosphere so inspiring that hundreds of ministers and theo logical sttdntscol1Je here to sup plement their course Some Miss ionary Boards aso advise all their candidates for the foreign field to spend at least a few mOuths at the Institute METHODS OF TRAINING The method is to combine prac tical training with lectures and study Mr Moody being pre eminently a man of one book and having achieved his marvelous success with that alone naturally felt that the English Bible to occupy the first place in the training of men lor Christian work Accord ingly the students are required to study the Bible as a whole aud each of its parts in particular They are taught to analyze the books and to dissect each chapTer so as to discover the principal subject andJeadng lessQ- nIfurthennore they aye shown how to Vis the Bible in leading Wen to Christ and In meeting the various excuses which arise in Christian work Each student has from three to five assignments a jailSmissionsservices and they are examined on their personal work as ell as on their studies In this way they get lira all round ixperience which the c1i sro m alone tuld never give EFFECT UPON THR STUDENTS Nothing d yelopesi a worker like meeting difficulties and if one can conduct an openiair meeting where ot1qrIOD tI4 ii6wd witi- tht11I Lsi Pt- i1 t + t iit 0 i the Cross and actually lead men to Christ he is bound to grow in grace and knowledge and spiritual power Vork like this drives men to their knees and no student who is living a careless prajerless life will dare attempt it This combination of religious work with classroom training is very helpful to the spiritual life of the students and the r ullisIthat the atmosphere ot th sChool is like that of a continuous revival No object is more constantly emphasized than the importance of courtesy and tact in approaching strangers or in introducing the subject of religion anywhere TheI manner of presenting truth is often quite as important as the matter and every ambassador for Christ should be first of all a Christian gentleman The Institute j can not furnish common sense of course but it aids to develop and train the gifts of each student and it is doubtful if any school can show a greater contrast between its raw material and its finished prqdvjct THE DISTINGUISHED FEATURE The Institute has often been called theWest Point of Christ lan work Certainly many Christ ian warriors have received their training here and have gone out to fight valiantly in the army of the Lord j But it Js also a great SPIRIT PAIL POWER HOUSE This is shown in several ways In the first place the day starts with The E Quiet Hour Then comes public devotions after breakfastand a general prayer meeting after sup per Furthermore ever lecture faculty gathering or business meeting is opened with pray ere Again on Monday mornings EdonorsFriday evenings for alL former students andicU the firslLTuesday 4 Jl r et apart for prayer by faculty and student To tins should be added the weekly hall meetings on each floor and the halfdozen or more weekly bandmeetings composed of those who are going to various mission fields and the group meetings which spring up all hours and In view of all m ore known only CALLINGInot abovtGoo justified STILI4 in The number of students is con stanly incraasing and we never had so many applications as at present Allover the world Gods calling men from the farm and faculty the office and store and in some cases from the legal and medical professions and is filling them with such a passion for souls that secular work no longer satisfies them Many of our students have made great sacrifices tj come here One student walked eighty miles to reach the Institute and arrived here with fifty cents in his pocket He graduated as president of lis class A young girl came all alone from Bulgaria worked her way through Oberlin College and then came here for training in the Euglish Bible and Music While here she worked up an interest among the Bulgarians of this city so that she hid an atvendance of over tWQ hundred men each Sunday List ytir the enrollment was x hundred and fiftyone of whom Continue on 4th page HOWS THIS We offer One Hundred Dollars reward for any case of Catarrh iIF J CHENNEY Co- Toledo O- We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last i5 and believe him perfectly honorabie in all business transactions and financially able to carry put any obligations made by his firmWALDING KINNAN MARVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo CC Catarrh Cure is taken- internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the svstejiuv Testimonials sent free- Pr1ee75bents per bottle Sold by all ts t Halls Ftmily fH tQ ir i l Established 1887 J cortiE SEE FOR YOURSELF 3 PAYS SALB g f Whit Leather Hose for Lathes Gentlemen and Chid ren lOc a pair worth double for wearS i SHOES to fit all kinds of feet at very low prices f HEAVY UNDERWEAR Manufacturers cost We have about 4000 pieces Queensweai left at one j half priceV b 64 piece Dinner Sets only 4 50 worth 750 Dont fail to see our 5c lOc and I 5c counters you surely u ill be pleased with them Our stork is too large and you will finda great many kinds of Merchandise in this sale that you will f buy at sight for price talks and talks loud 1 b HB AVISIVIN STON KY cccinHmnmtmwmiHimwnmmmmmfnmmmmniWfc Mt Vernon Kentuck y BARGAINS for SATURDAYJ AND ALL NEXT WEEK 1 1 flsi 25c E 25c 25 new butter = 2 whole grn rice seeded raisins =Co sorghum = llsytnp apple butter v 25c = If phone us your 5 E Phone No 75 53 Now I I UMDK25e 1500 500 6 to 12 ws that if tit W t JI KY I 1 ttt1t flit Our line of Couch Caskets UU is unexcelledI All orders by Wire PromptlyFiled IW A COX I MT VERNON KY rt- n f 3 al 0 q i tl2n i t MT VtHNUN SlviNAL FRIDAY Jan 2CI91I f Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT F SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on application MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION 4 ANNOUNCEMENT We are authorized to announce G M BALLARD as A candidate for Repre sentative of Rockcastle and Laurel coun ties subject to the action of the Repub lican party We are authorized to announce R G WEBB as a candidate for Representative of Rockcastle and Laurel counties tub ject to the action of the Repub1icat1 part We are authorized to announce E B Thompson as a candidate for Representa tive of Rockcastle and Laurel counties subject to the action of the Republican party FOR STATE SENATOR We are authorized to announce Sen ator JOE F BOSWORTH as acandi date for reelection for State Senator from the Seventeenth Senatorial district subject to the acetion of the Re publican party AT the last Good Road Con vention in LouisvilleaMrot d legation from Rockcastle was tr present and participated in the d iugs of the convention At the last Good Roads Congress held in Louisville in last month another l4rge delegation was present This is a good sign and speaks well for our County and in all gatherings of the State District or Ccunty we should take an interest and en deavor to have a large delegation jn attendance Bv that means the J0dlates themselves become more enlightened and enthusiastic and transmit their information and enthusiasm to those who could nut attend There will be a State EducationalJ Convention in 27th and 28th of June Our Superintendent and teachers shouldI now begin to get ready that convention we also might 2 hive representation We call the attention by this means of the educators of the county in order f thatrj gathering might be aroused i Great reforms are brought about through organization WE reed more good road advo cafes like Peter Shutts and Judge L W Bethurum F iliKi The LounueautLaiiowa3 anti Marshall have within the last ten t ears made wonderful strides in improvements County Judge vVells when elected took a bold and aggressive stand with the FIScai Court that the highways must be improved and pointed out the way by which it could be done fV as Rnown as the halfway pliuu And wtitn any community pi citizens In the County vould advance half ot the money the 11lgl WAY vould be improved T his was the brfcinuiug ot good roads in Caflo way aud Marshall The orkIiuoVbeiLg kept up sfctetuaticatly and in a lew years more all the important highways will uGtua a ate of substantial Itu xjcmUa Each ear the jtafmrrs and Business men have u eonlc more enthusiastic in ther Ld sue to getoutot the mutt By reason ot better roads the farmers are improving their farms and their stock Their buildings are made wetter and niorebeautitul tbey are wearing better clothes raising wore and better crops and with it allare putting more money into the banks Practically all of these thins are due to the improved roads and agiiculiural progress We hope to see Kuckcastle county soon have an aggressive Good Roads as well as an Agricultural Association Trig people oi Aiouiu Vernon and Rockcastle have a better oppoi lunity for reading than ever be tore We have a splendid public library at the Laugdon Dormitory in harge ofa competent person who willbe giad to Jet out the books fret of cost for a limited tune Ail you got to do is to go aud make the request Some ot tilt most entertaining booRS that can possibly be fouud are in this library We call the attention ot the people to this tact that they might take advantage of such a splendid opportunity WHIUS the papers In the Blue Grass Purchase and Penny rile are talking about politics the papers of eastern Kentucky should keep right on boosting this part of the State aud inviting capital to invest among us Eu courage the construction better highways and the improvement of our schools A continued agitation of these important questions will make the eastern part of our State the most valuable section of Kentucky THERE are three candidates in this county for the legislature which will bean important sessiOn Ve wonder what they riink about thegood road bill prepared by the State Congress in Louisville last month which will be presented to the next Kentucky Legislature The people want to know A RE you talking up the schools in Mt Vernon Are you doing anything to encourage them f Y THIS Town JJuurdbf trUStees nee d uUJhey that snore improve ments shay be made Be it said to the credit fblirCountY and City officials that they have a broader conception of their duty to the people thou ever before They are the promoters and build ers ofall publlcinpruvemtntsI They can because of their great power and authority to any community or they can be a great drawhack and handicap Our present officials of barb county and City however are wakjng up to a proper real zuion of their powers under the law and ate striCt believers in general im provement but this cannot be done without money no more than you can run your home and maintain ou iamily without money some method should be adopted by which money can be put into the City Treasury and through the City authorities put into public im provements Every fine that can possibly be made should be assessed and collected Every ordinance with reference to the collection ot fees should be strictly enforced At this time the City has no regular license system but one should be adapted by which all classes of business and professions should be collected andmuch more good accomplished MT VERNON ha some good men Why dont they take more interest in building up our com munity GOOD schools fine streets and sidewalks and splendid public buildings together with an aggressive people constitute the very bulwark of any communit Busy should we be to assemble in harmonious meetings for an earnest discussion of questions which effect the welfare of Mt Vernon as well as Rockcastle for growth of Mount Vernon depends to a certainextent upon the progress made by the county But the City Dads can set a healthy example THE question is some times asked what will Rockcastle do for Mc Creary Tbe answer comes quickly almost solid phalanx for the Grand old Statesman The democracy of Rockcastle wants to see a man nominated who can lead the party to victory in the final race and McCreary and not Johnson is the man to do it A big mining corporation paid ofIIeveldoubt but what the land of this section of the State is increasing in valne because the people are taking more interest in the culti vation of it ISIX boulevard gasoline lights would illuminate Mt Vernon The cost of maintaiiing them is very small indeed a wlx PRICEIsi SHOES SHOES ir i BEGINNING SATURDAY JANUARY J4TH 1911 we will offer some genuine Bargains in SHOES in order to make room for our Spring line We are making the following f prices regardless of cost 7jvy F Men s Shoes Prices 275 for X198 i250 for J69Sl ll H c 260 for f Women Shoes Price 2 Ofor 198tOV- ERCOATS t II Sl + 200 fort59 SI t dZ ckll J 50 for1 98 f Justleft which we will sell at a box ii r lain listen 1250coats for 900rO Goat tor 8 00 axed 800 coats for 600 i if 7 i Wi idlki jf I jktJi i Ly C CUILERSBUST ONDELAARE Eight Scalded To Death Eigh teen Injured OFF TREACHEROUS HATTERAS Ships Paying Honor to Chili Have Suf fered DisasterThere Was No Es cape for the Men Who WorKed in Small Space Norfolk VaEight dead and 18 in jured tell the story of an exploding boiler on board the battleship Dela ware The accident happened while the big ship was making her way up the coast in the teeth of a blinding snowstorm The Delaware was just rounding Hatteras the graveyard of American shipping when one of her four boil ers burst the steaming hot water catching the men like a sudden cloud burst and scalding them to death That only eight men were killed is due solely to the fact that most of the fUeroom crew were working around the other boilers Capt C A Cove commanding or dered the ship under full head of steam and the race for Norfolk hos pitals Jn the snowstorm was begun Capt Gores message read Three backheaders blew out explosively killing eight and injuring one who will die these being all the men on duty in the fireroom Board of offi rem appointed immediately to investi gate and reported One peculiar incident in connpctiop with the explosion is that all ships ordered to take home the body of the Chilean minister who died in Wash ington recently have met with dis aster SUBMARINE SUNK Test of Modern Appliances Proved Satisfactory to Officers KielThe sinking of the German submarine U 3 in the harbor gave the submarine telephone and the nCtw salvage vessel Vulkan an opportunity to demonstrate their worth wihfcCj they ddd to the satisfaction of officer of the navy who witneseskl the opera tionsThe U 3 carried a crew of 25 men all of whom were aboard when the water tanks filled accidentally and the craft sanlt to the buttom and became securely lodged in the mud In three hours the boat was brought to the snip face none the worse for the accident and its crew alive Hear Laid Bare New Orleans After sowing up a gask tnvov inches long in Edward Ma honeys left lung surgeon say he has a bare chance to recover Mahone was stabbed the knife cutting a rib missing the heart only because it sated at that instant TUie pulI heart was in plain view while the physicians were working on the wound Seven Killed By CaveIn Silver City N M Caveins cause the deaths of seven persons near here On the ranch of Francisco CafoeHert the adobe house was bunied and thf husband wife and four children per isbed A similar accident to a Santa Fe construction force kiled Oaarle G Ross Diplomatic Chang- eNashingtonAlthough the legation here 4s not officially advised of the act it is reported Dr Francesco Car rera Just the Cuban minister will not return to Washington when leaves in the course of a few days far Havana but that he wil be eucceediK by Senor Antonio Martin Rivero preS- ent Cuban minister to Mexico OIL PRODUCTION This Country Now Supplies Twc Thirds of the Worlds Petroleum Washington The year 1910 wa sufficiently eventful in the develor wont of new oil supplies in the V ted States to more than keep up tl countrys phenomenal production the last three years In fact the Auction increased to over 2000004 barrels which is twothirds of th worlds production and snvral Won barre s more than the who world produced seven years ago 7h most snrprising developments were California KERN ELECTED Will nitStatIndianapolis JndJolm Wor Tern fame back when the hr lid senate voting saparVplvrff tin as a member of the Unitid =t enatc Bueros Ayres Advice sav ftManuel Gdndra anti Juan J3 Gr r rectively theo president and virr Went of Paraguay have cten hto rcrd n bvGol Jara tre riiwar Jaa liaa a3ar edt a pro N w O isOre tte p rLcfle Cues on Tr i ddiftQfm a broken reck was art hn a piaiar cast was from thee nspk of Phillip Tnfjn years old An Xray ahoy a the tebme to lekcdtted rcrfJ jr KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New DIscoyeys j FOR cSUCHS THaI PIUCX1 APlD ALL THROATAND LUIT BUBL- EGUABANTFBD SATISFACT0 QB OXBY Bz1vwDID t 1I1t J w i 4 tc q c- cIsEE FOR YOURSELf I by a personal call that we sell exactly what we advertiseB That our stock is the largest in town and our prices quality considered are the lowest to be had ai y where Thats whyo i McKENZIES is the most popular Furniture house Rockcastle initJU co U SS r i ORIENTALS EUROPEANS DOMESTIC 3 This department ha been a delight to every customer who has seen it Thes Rugs have been bought right and are sold at the right price AIR TIGHT HEATING STOVES that will heat one room two rooms or the vhole house and will hold fire over W night Price 375 and up IS B McKNZ i 0 THE FURNITURE MAN Phone 113 MT VERNON KY OLD SOLDIER TORTURED For vears I puttered ursoeak able tortue from indigestion con stipation and liver trouble wrote A K Smitha war veteran at Erie Pa but Dr Kings New Ltfe Pills fixed me all right Theyre simply great Try lOX any stomach liver or tbernI trouble Only 250 at Chas Davis IM PERISH ALLE GIFT FOR SON OR DAUGHTER ISa Scholarship at the Wilbur R Smith Business College Lexing on Ky A course at thfs college vill be an imperishable capital and will qualify them for a fine position end fora successsul life Declaring that the adoption of the amendment to the Constitution providing for the flection of United States Senators by a direct Vote of the people would annul the Fourteenth Amendment and make possible the disfranchisement of legroes in the South Senator Dpew Saturday gave out an inter iew strongly opposing the legis mon as now proposed Declaring that the adoption of he amendment to the Constitution providing for the election of United States Senators bv a direct vote ot the people would annul the Fourteenth Amendment and make possible the disfranchisement of legroes in the South Senator epew Saturday gave out an interview strongly opposing the legislation as now proposed Tueodore Roosevelt Saturday night sent a telegram to Speaker Walker of the Mascach tells House championing the cause qf Senator Lodge who is a candidate for reelection and charging Congressman Butler Ames with de liberately misrepresenting facts in connection with the purchase of of colliersiThe foreign trade of the United States daringthe year IQIO was almost 3 goo 000000 the greatest in the history of the United States 3 C McCLARY UNDERTAKER and EMBALMEfl Anforl K vl-C C Williams AttrORNFYArLAW NLT VERNON KY OF ICE On and fjtooT b ant ofMt Vernon on Church ivenItoexj GRANVILLEOWENSUNDERTAKER i Brodhead Ky I R Coffins orders NSW ABOUT YOUR DOES IT If you are having IF clock just turn it over to WATCHt6 it will you nothing a trial We do still kinds of 1AT DR MT j S ENDS WINTERS 1 To many winter is trouble Thi frost fiu lipsrchilblains cold sores redand to rgh skins this But such troubles fly before Bucklens Arnica Salve A trial Convinces Greatest healer of Burns Boils Piles Cuts Sores Eczema and Sprains Only 25C at Chas C Davis Mount Vernon Moniimenja WORKS Mof and and Granite Moniiirients qf all kinds Bstiniates furnished on application v cfGLOO TIS g 1R Phone 112 r t y = II COMPLETE LINE Caskets anC All Mail Telegraph or a phone Filled Celf 1 cost c S prove l v now7 thanks to Dr Miles Heart Remedy The same relief is ready for you Are you sure you do not need it If Dr Miles Heart Remedy helped Charles Holmes why wont it help you I was troubled with heart disease and after reading about Dr Miles Heart Remedy I got a bottle Be fore I got the Heart Remedy I had to sit up mot of the night and felt very bad atmystomach Whatever Iwould eat made me feel worse and my heart beat very fast But thanks to Dr Miles Heart Remedy lainall right now I eat good sleep good and feel like a new man alp though I am almost 68 years old I have been a soldier in the late war of the rebellion dVaS badly unded CHAR ES ftqprnfPrivate p B SjUj 1J qNYV Dr Miles Heart Remedy is kept in thousands of honesas a ugonlltimeSold by all Druggists If the iitutt bottle falls to benefit yeuPrnwy Is returned Ask any DfUiitot MlLt MEDICAL CO ElkXari lsd1 i i j f ff MT vERNON SIGNAL MT VERNON Y Jan 20 l jII I 9 Call tip No 79 When you watit to Corn rntinl cate with SIGNAL 79 jLffiJ 8ooisvLtc 4 R BCo TIME TABLE 22 north 455 Pm 24 north 352 am 23 south 1144 an 21 South 1219 a rn IAS LANDRUM Agent IThGn rocS atered at tilt 1ft Vernon Ky Fostoffiop- s secondclass mail iiitte- rPERSOTAL Miss lUHa Hiatt is with relatives in Rowland C D Suttoo is in Western Kr on business Judge L W Bethurum is in Louisville Frankfort and other points Logan Taylor is acting private secretary to App Taylor supervisor LivingstonMrs H Cox has been numbered among the sick for several days J G Anderson has been confined to his room for past week Irom an attack of the grip Jim Cooper the popular young Candy Man of Knoxville was here during the week Mr and Mrs George H Smith of Livingston Mont are visiting their cousin Mrs E B Brown A B Furnish is gieatly improving I his residence recently purchased from Mr J C Taylor TomOMira who has a splendid position with jin Electrical Co of Evansville Ind is here for a short visit Butch McClure who has been telegraphing at Boston is at home for a few days Butch has made eco John W Brown pects- visitther Lone Star Statein the near future where he has valuable interests l Miss Cora E Griffin will leave Sunday for BowlingGreen Business University to take a course in BookkeepingW the prince of young merchants went over to Wildie the first of the week to see his cousin Dr Jones Mr aid Mrs M C Williams after seeing their raothej well on her way to Cincinnati left on Monday afternoon for their home in Somerset Mr JW VanWinkle closed his school on Skeggs Creek on last Friday His work was very suc cessful and the people have been well pleased with his efforts Jack McCall of Franklin Tenu who s visiting his mother and other relatives in the county wg here Wednesday shaking hands y with old friends and acquaintances Dr W A Jones was brought over from Gibson Infirmary to his father s home at Wildie last Sunday where he is rapidly improving from the effects of his recent injury Nelse Griffin and his wife are dangerously ill with typhoid fever at their home at Conway but slightly Improved over a few days ago Their son is also down but not so sick F T Parks who has traveled fnr J P Franks Grocery Co Danville was here Monday on his last trip for the house he hss been traveling for for the past ten years He will establish a business of his own in Danville in shoes and gents furnishing goods Mr Parks made many friends in the territory he worked over- Mrs Mary Williams was on last Monday taken to the Good Sa maritan Hospital in Cincinnati v here her children and local phy sicians hope she can fiud some relief from her intense suffering She had tp be takfnQn s pot anH jt is he earnest wjsh qf the ReqRie that she may return in splendid health Dr A G Lovell Mr C C Williams and Mrs Cleo Brown accompanied Mrs Williams to the hospital Judge and Mrs Williams preceded the day before to make r Til arrangements for the coming TiVO Cincinnati Specialists cori frred with Dr Lovell as ftbe History of the case and will treat FF her while she is in CincinnatiI I = Ci PW Jr 4 iiii STAR BRAND SHOES ARE BETTER WNO OTHER STORE IN ROCKCASTLE COUNTY SELL STAR BRANDt SHOES LOCAL Jm Maret says bring his wheat stone home if youare thru with it Star Brandshoes are the shoes for you Get a pair today at Bishs Sal1frdUoffev is Smiling over the arrival of a qew girl at his house Fritz Krueger has an old Bjble printed in Nassau Germany in the year 1666 which makes the age of the book 244 years NEW PHoNEs Chas B McKenzie residence No 70 Mrs Fishback residence No 40 Prof T A Houston residence No 59 Rev M R Baley of Petersburg Tenn willPtea bat the Baptist church the fifth Saturday evening- and Sunday Come and here this brilliant speaker Rev J T Watson of Lexington who conducted a meeting at the Christian Church last summer will preach here Sunday morning and evening the 29th at the Christian Church In tearing down the old section house on corner of Main and Richmond streets Fritz Krueger found in Qne of the window casings a large pocket knjle when opened it measured thjrtgen inches in length It was in a good state of preservation and had been ceiled up in the window casing more than forty years The celebration of the Lords Supper will be observed in the Presbyterian church next Sunday morning The Pastors sermon on What aje the Duties of Ohurrh Members will be a message for church members of all denoraina tions special music 15 being pre petTed for this service Come Dr Frank Cheek the Synod ical Supt of the State will speaK at the evening services on Home Missions A splendid address and a strong message is assured The Social mee inJof the Womans Club will be at the home of Mrs Watson Friday evening All numbers requested to be present PROGRAM Instrumental Solo Miss nod oI1 Paper History of Good Roads MissM B Williams Trio RiMillerReport of Good Roads Convention Judge L W Belhurum Solo Miss Maxwell Good Roads Discussion Solo T Mr Victor Tate Sq Chesley Payne who is the right man in the right place was in town the other day and whl here said that he was strongly in favor of improving our highwa- ysHesaystbere should be a clock on the County Court House fir tbe benefit of all the oeople who come to town that the Fiscal Court in all other Counties provide one for the Court House and as it is so very important should be jdonex here1 We jelieye the other n a gis r ales t Ujbirrwi t ti tijmji in haVingv oie placed ioni r the CourtHouse in thenearfuture l J I know this from experience that only good solid leather goes Into them The manufacturers ofJlStar Brand Shoes the Rob erts Johnson Rand Shoe Co of St Louis Mo are doing their best to get a Pure Shoe Law passedwhich will protect youfepnv Dishonest shoes i They alone are makingthis fight for a Pure Shoe Law No other manufacturer is helping them MY STOCK OF STAR BRANDt SHOES IS COM PLETE AND I WANT TO SHOW YOU di REMEMBER the Towns motto Do it for Mt Veruon Rooms for rent with or without board MRS L B ADAMS CommonI JanuarY27Iat 045 on ThereIfiddlers in this and adjoining counties to take part beautifiIp and harmoniously with a determination that the town and county must imp ove On Fid Y of next week a Penny1 sbY1terianRepair and Improvement Fund All persons having penny slips filled are asked to hold them until the time of the social The Vomans Club ask that those who have borrowed articles from the Reading Room over Mr Adams store return them to the Secretary Mi M Williams who will see that the ovyners re eeive them The missing articles are one Rochester lamp two sofa pillows and one coal oil can A few enterprising people have already put up street lights in front of their property withJothers yet tIto follow Itis now pto the Town Board to imtafla1ew lights- on some of the dark corners The VVboard action at its next meeting 11d we trust the board will consider taematterf- avorablv and resnnrm to rhfo call We need the lights and soI12are sufficiently determined aye them that tiwytare paving the- lig1ts pui ju at their own expense The Womans Missionary Soci ety of the Presb3 terian Church will meet at the house of Mrs Willis A tams Saturday afternoon January twentyflrbt at three o clock The following program willb given J Hymn 3 Scripture reading 3 Prayer 4 Roll Call by Secretary 5 Reading of minutes of last meeting Foreign Mission topic for Jan j The General Field 6 Foreign Missions of today Miss Claudia Dodspn 7 Questions and Answers conducted bythe president Mro Adams 8 VVomans Worjf in Foreign La dsV Miss Ida May Adams 9 Solo Miss Mury Max wel Home Mission Topic The Lure of America r Incoming Peoples what I they h seek whatll cygel sJ Outgoing Peoples what they Vakeawav the emigrant a ruis siouary i r I i ason MiSS11 rIrnJrl J j VJ f t ct ijI t WITH a kindly feeling and a determination let every thing be done for the good of Mt Vernon I have for sale alot of Regular Pittsburg perfect fencing at Maret burg Ky The 47 inch fence at 26 cents a rd the 55 inch at 29 cents a rd cash P H SHUTTS Jan 20 31 Bromo Ky IMPORTANTTO AMBITIOUS YOUNG PEOPLE 6500 has paid for the tuition and board fora Business Course at the Wilbur Smith Business College situated in the beautiful and healthful city of Lexington Ky Many of the graduates of this College have positions paying from 7500 to 20600 per month No vacation TEj jARTTAt 720 this morping Rev father M F Callar nan performed the ceremony which united in marriage Mr George Teis of this city and Miss Verna Jarrelt of Aztec The bride was hand somely attired in a dainty dress of white silk elaborately trimmed with all over lace and embroidery Her bridesmaid Miss Lizzie Real wore a cream net dress over cream silk Mr Charles B eal was best man The groom of course Iqoked his best in tile cqnveutiouril black wasIrepaired to he residence of Mr and Mrs B A Cornelius where a dainty wedding breakfast was served and the newly weded pair received friendslThisleft over the Southern for thoir ftpneyrflnau Durango friends ex tend congratulations and best wish es ftr a happy aid prosperous fu tureDurango Colo Herald Mrs Teis is a daughter of the late L L Jarrett who diediu New Mexicp some years ago She is a oweetlovable young lady who claims many friends ti Rpckcastle The young man who has won her is a prominent clothing merchant of Durango Cobay their lives be one of happiness and con tentment BROWN M MOR4LSCHOQL Browi Memorisil School opened Monday Jan 9th with an increas ed attendance Among the newboarding pupils are Misses Winnie Falin and Chris tine McPerron who were in school last year and Misses Leila Mae Hunt of Maretburg and Ruth R poert of Orlando Those who have entered as day pupils since Christmis are Misses Tabitha Hiatt Sarah Hiattj Daisy Fish Annie Mae Miller of Mt Vernon Miss Mary Puce of Pine Hill and Willie Coffey of Mt Vernon We iiegladte welcome all these student The chss reviejEving the common school brncehs began at the firslof tho term and much enthusiasm is manifested in thts worlc Special care is being taken1 noj 1ltlO prepare for 4 exmjption feiiti fr- I ekiiig i Y Ili 9 t 1J fl fthu COME 7 Look or buy Y04tll- be just as welcome in either case aoo the last term of the senior devoted to review of the yearsI school branches members of the senior class Misses France Forbes Blanche Crawford and Clyde Watson are taking this review and with them six others Misses Eila Carson Viola DeBord Winnie Faliu Daisy Fish Leila Mae Hunt and Mary Price Others are taking part of the review work so that some classes number as many as 20 These classes tax our seating ca pacity to the utmost and make evident that we must have larger quarters next year but by careful management on the part of the teachers care on the part of the students and good nature on the part of all we qre getting on beau tifully in our crowded quarters This is not saying we will not gladly welcome the new building which we hope will be possible anc ther yearIn order to take cue of the extra work of the review classes and al so to strengthen the work in the housekeeping department it was necessary to add to andmake changes in our teaching foree Miss Mary Clarkson ot Rocj- gersviUeTenn2whb comes to us highly recommended has been secured as teacher in the Academic department and Mrs W T Craw ford has been engaged as assistant matronWe were glad to welcome Jack Fish and Fannie McFerron back in the Kindergarten Miss Sadie Richards is assisting Miss Maxwel in the Kindergarten Miss Ruth Reppert has tieen ad ded to the list of music pupils and we hope soon many others will avail themselves of the opportuni j ties offered by our excellent teacher Miss Claudia Dodsoa TAKEN TJpA blackroan yearling steer came to my place in October igo9 Owner can 4jave same by paying all expenses BEN CHILDERS Jan 20 3t Plato Ky Scotts Emulsion is a wonderful foodmedi cine for t11ages of man kind Jt will make the del te sicklyb strongf and well will give the pale anemic girl rosy chegks and rich red blood It will put flesh on the bones of the tired overworked thin man and will keep the aged manor woman in conclitiQn tq resist ej lds qr pneumonia In Jhe vjnter ALL D1UGi5TS 1Mi1IeMa8o1IQ1Ir Bad liaa MoU betifii SvIn I8 OiIi 545ook- MIc R f J Iw z On Monday night January 23 Boone Lodge No i I O O F of Louisville will give all Odd LouisvilleIbeen given in thissection for mahy yearsOn that night the 1st degree will be given to ico candidates in the Armory at Sixth and Walnut Merrick Lodge No 31 of Lexington Kentucky by its degree team will do the work This team has gaineda national reputation for good work in this degree Every Odd Fellow Ledge in Kentucky and Southern Indiana has been invited and it is expected that fully 4000 members will e present Special arrangements have been made with the Railroads and Interurban lines so thafc every member who withes to attend can do so GRAND SIRE COCKRUM AND W H LEERY GRAND SECRETARY OF INDIANA WILL BE PRES ENT All the Grand Lodge Officers of Kentucky have been invited and will be present Boone Ledge is the oldest lodge west of the Allegbauey Mountains having beep established February loth 1833 by Grand Sire Wildev the founder of the order From Boone Lodge came all of the older lodges m Louisville Boone Lodge also established the1 order in Indiana by instituting New Albany Lodge No i iu Newt Albany For these reasons Indiana mem bers are particular1 inteiested in this meeting feeling that in the true sense the Mother is calling her children Home DOCTORS FAILED RESTORED BY PERUNA Catarrh of the Lungs- Threatened Her Life Miss Ninette Porter Braintree Vermont writes I have been cured by Peruna I had several hemorrhages of the lungd The doctors did not help me much and would never have cured me I saw a testimonial in a Peruna almanac of a case similar to mine and- I commenced using it I was not able to wait on myself when I began using it I gained very slowly at first but I could see that it was helping me After I had taken It a while I com menced to raise up a stringy sticky substance from my lungs This grew less and less in quantity as I continued the treatment I grew morQ fleshy than I had been for a long time and now I call myselt well YOUNG MEN WANTED GOVERNMENT PAyS ItAliAYAY MAiL CLERKS 800 TOC 1400 A1 YKAR FreeScholarsbips are Offered Uncle Sani holds examinations for railway mail clerk post office clerk Or carrier custom house and departmental clerks Prepare at once for the coming examina tions Thousands of appointments are to be made Common school education is allvon 1iedcityand country people have equal char ce Start to prepare now free infof nation Frfe seholarships this month Write Immediately to Central Soh1Dept B t- olii HEN a man gets a Ifancy shirt back from the wash minus most of its color he doesnt stand on niceties of language Ihes likely to come in here and demand a new shirt J Its to avoid that sort of thing that we carry the SHIRTS They are colorfast y 150 up ttr LANGFORD Delayed Letter Miss Ellen Wilds of Jpckson county will begin a subscription schoolat this place Monday Miss Blanch Carter who has been sick for some time continues about the satneW H Baker the traveling salesman is in Jackson this week Frank Adams has moved to the farm vacated by Sam Alcorn known as the Bob Leger farmMcNew Bros have moved their saw mill near the Hummell church D L V Carter informs us that Mr George Hummell the President of the Kentucky Free Stone Co died jtysuddenly Sunday Rev F M Jones pfJLaurel county preached at Hummel JW Saturday and Sunday and will be here on the first SatUIday and T Sunday in February Mr Marvel Coffey is very sickSeveral of this section attended court at Mt Vernon last week Miss Ethlyn rlDowell oi this plce is visiting Mrs Luther Cox of SniderA series of meetings is going on at Buck vi eseLlttle Mose Dooley son of John Dooley who fell in a barrel ofwater and came so near being recoveredI Mt Vernon Saturday having dental work doneMrs Ance Proctor and grandma Kelly are sick at this writingSunday School was organized at Hummel grove last Sunday DEATH IN ROARING FIRE may not result from the work of firebugs butolten severe burns are caused that makea quick need for Buckleus Arnica Saive the quick est surest cure for burns wounds bruises boils sores It subdues Itior 25C at Chas C Davis 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 barn and corn crib and plenty of fruit Call and see the property ud get prices M L MYERS Oct 2itf Mt Vernon Ky TA ENUPA black male hog weight about 90 Ibs white feet came omy place about three months ago Owner can have same by paying all cost and damage G M CHILDRESS Dec 6 3t Burr Ky When given as soon as the croupy appears Chamberlains Cough remedy will wjard off an attack of croup and prevent all danger and cause of anxiety Thousands of mothers use it suc cessfully Sold by Chas C Davis JR W DYCHErDENTIST MT VERNON KYf Office at residence on Man Cr nvl1and Bridge t Worlc mclatty Work jjturante I iIL 1L w L I t PaleFaced Women You ladies who have pale faces sallow complexions dark circles under eyes drawn features and tired worn out expressions you need a tonic The tonic you need is Cardui the womans tonic It is the best tonic for women because its ingredients are specifically adapted for womens needs They act on 4the womanly organs and help to give needed strength and vitality to the wornout womanly frame Cardui is a vegetable medicine It contains no min eraIs no iivn no potassium no lime no glycerin no dan gerous or habitforming drugs of any kind It is perfectly harmless and safe for young and old to use I 1 Take The Womans Tonic After my doctor had done all he said he could for me writes Mrs Wm Hilliard Mountainburg Ark I took Car dui on thE advice of a friend and it helped me so much Before taking Cardui I had suffered from female troubles for five years but since taking it I am in good health I think there is some of the best advice in your book that I ever saw Your druggist sells Cardui Try it L Write to Ladtes Advisory Dept Clnttanoopa Medicine Co Chattanooga Teun for Special lnstnzctions and 64page book Home Treatment for sent free L IiFURSJOHN WHITE CO CARDUII AND HIDESHIG- HEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES Wool on Commission Write for price list mentioning this ad Eotabllahed 1837- LOU1SVILLEKY iJ I fT11f1tttiftt1iftttf11f tlttttttttttt1tttttt E1TTTI MT VERNON GfLSIET DO PRACTICAL UNDERTAKERS FUNERAL DIRECTORSAND 2 EMBALMERS I Mt Vernon Ky E COUCH iVISrALIG CASKETS E Coffins and Robes ELicened Embalmer will have harge of that line of Eworkfor the compa y = Orders by wire promptly tilled Hearse sent to all points 0 E GEORGE OWENS Manager E Office Mt Vernon Monumental Building PHONE 112 il111111111i1111 ill 11i1 lilsril1111111 ll11111111111111I m HIATTS II H tmfhe place to buy your goods We sell you goods U cheaper than you can buy elsewhere and pay you 1 n higeest price for your produce Is Mans and Boys Clothing go mt for costILudies dress goods for cost and less Must clean shelves for OUI new stock whichwillEoon arrive LSIour goods sold on credit either cash or LACHIATT HiATT KENTUCKY l H i r Convenience of the Savings ccount Jte Many persons keep their money here as a permanent in4Wvestment because the risk of loaning individuals is 0e1 As an investme you can compute the net returns accu rately Small amounts may be added at any time A savings k account offers a profitable means to realize on funds that are idle awaiting investment You may withdraw a part or the 1 entire amount at any time With a determination to save you are always welcome here Why not lend your money to the bank As borrowers we stand ready to receive such amounts J 59 as you can save from time to time We will pay you a regu jtW lar rate of interest on your money Well explain in detail if jkyou will call at the bank ifr l HE BANK OF MX VERNON W INCORPORATED V MT VERNON KENTUCKY J3 Tt 3 3 cc syoPrize Offers from Leading Manufacturers Book on patents Hints to inventors Inventions needed t Why some inventors fail Send rough sketch or model for search of Patent Office records Our Mr Greeley was formerly Acting Commissioner of Patents and as such had full charge of the U S Patent Office GREELEY M9INTIREPA- IENTATTORNIWS j- r WA1iNGT0N l JtJr rr Ft5i J uuluII l c I Wt 111 fr I s tot i ROUNDABOUT ITHE STATE ii I 1 MOST IMPORTANT NEWS I I I PARTS OFKENTUCKYt + X +r+ I If + rI KENTUCKY BANKS Fourteen Closed Last Year by Fail ureslInspection Remarked by State Official Frankfort Fourteen state banks closed their doors during last year ir Kentucky according to Dr Ben Bruner secretary of state This is the first time that the list of banks which failed during a year has been made public Dr Bruner says the fact that so many banks failed in one year tShaW3 the need for bank inspection Kentucky and declares that there inI be only a few failure next year the two examiners at work all planif proportion or the banks which failed luring the year having gone under j oince the Inspection began Only two of the banks which failed were on the ist which agreed to the inspection by tho state examiners under the volun alT plan devised by Dr Bruner J Francis B Douglas formerly sport ng editor of the New York World has announced that he is a candidate for a seat in the house from Boyle county Mr Douglas has given up newspaper work in New York and has returned to his old Kentucky home to sniff the fresh air and to live the rest of his life in the heart of the blue grass His announcement is as fallawshI hereby announce myself as a candi date for the legislature of 1911 and 1912 subject to the action of the Dem ocratic party The first vote I ever cast was for Grover Cleveland and the 3last was for Harvey Helm for congress I have always been am now and will ever be a Democrat G L Drury of Morgan field has an = nounced that he is a candidate for = representative from Union county sub = ject to the action of the Democrats Mr Drury is a widelyknown business man George Wilson who represented rnior county in the house be- Camea speaker and Mr Drury will have a task to fill the Job as acceptably as Mr Wilson did 2 Col Harry Sommers the Elizabeth 2 town editor rises to remark anent the 3 rumor that former Senator J C S 3 Blackburn may come back as a candi 2 date for his old seat in the senate that V your Uncle Jo is fit and fine both physically and mentally and that he t might be persuaded to get Into theft race Campbell president ISturglsJames Co announced had d iUV nor t of the West Ken i to develop them The forces employed in the fields have been doubled Mr Campbell said the i output would be increased from 500 000 tons a year to 200000 toPe Th maximum will be reached within two yearsCarlisleJoe Crawford a black smith at Blue Lick Springs was shot dangerously wounded by R Shay Sand farmer I Member of Kentuckys delegation in the house are pf the opinion that lepreseutative Ollfe M James of the irst district will be a member pf the I vays and means committee when the cmocrats come into control of the ower branch of congress Lexington W 0 Vaughn formerly i resident of Louisville where his fa her Sanford Vaughn lives pleaded ullty to the charge of having murder d his wife Gertrude May Vaughn and vas sentenced to a life term in the 1cnitenUary FrencrburgThe Menifee County T Oeposit bank a state institution went nto voluntary liquidation The bani I las been doing business for several rears but has not been a paying in EEtment Frankfort A call for 400000 for statebearing Interest warrants has een issued by Capt Edward Farley state treasurer The call is for war rants Issued from April 5 to April 2U inclusive These warrants will be paid as presented Frankfort Gov Willson designated Judge W C Halbert of Vanceburg f to preside at the term of the Shelby f Circuit court tp try the Jndictmeats against the Ianatlonaj Harvester Co LexlngtonJrh Kent lck ffi1lai1dI Medical society met here There were forty fiv members In attendance and prominent members of tho profession from Louisville Frankfort Sheibyyllle Lexington VersaillessDanyme and = Midway took part in the meeting Te following officers were elected for 1911 Dr W C McQauley Shelbyvllle president Dr GeotjP Sprague Lox ingtoh Lqe pstcijDr C C Ckur 11TgConstipation is the cause of mans ailments and disorders that make life miserable Take Cham herlaiis atidLiver Tab ets kep toMwets regular and ypu will e diseases For sale by Chits U Davis orTr ChiIIrep r TOR i t16 IA FLETCKERiT II air RANKS A SUCCESS Suggestions Made by Traveling Men and Actors t Frankfort The postal savings harit at Middlesboro has reported a large number of deposits and the postoffice officials are greatly pleased at the suc cessful Impetus given to the system in the Blue Grass state A number of letters have been ra celved from traveling salesmen sailors and theatrical people sussestiaf that a system be worked out whercb money can be deposited at one ofik and withdrawn at another The trav eling class say that they would like to deposit in the postal banks but Le cause of the fact that they can not withdraw their money without goin back to the depositing office they can not afford to do so A FRIENDLY WARNING Frankfort Secretary of State Bru ner is calling the attention of corpora tions to violations of Section 571 of he Kentucky statutes which provides or the designation of an agent upon vhom process may be served A pen alty is provided for carelessness Warning is given merely to protect those who have overlooked this statute MILITARY APPOINTMENTS Frankfort Assistant Adjt Gen R N Krieger announced the following appointments First Lieut Cooper Smith to be captain at Bowling Green Henry Pirtle to be captain of Co H Louisville Linwood Chambers firt lieutenant promoted to be captain at Owensboro BONDSMEN LIABLE Frankfort Bondsmen of county of ficials are responsible for damages sus tained by citizens if loss is occasioned as the result of a mistake by the coun ty officials The court of appeals In an opinion by Commissioner Clay af firmed the judgment of the McCrack Sri circuit court in the case of The Title Guaranty and Security Co of Scranton Pa against the commonwealth in which Mrs Jennie P Ste jhenson lost money as a result of a mistake made by Hiram Smedley circuit clerk of McCracken county or by one of his deputies TO HONOLULU Ft Thomas Regulars Leave for San Francisco Late in February Ft Thomas The Second United States infantry stationed at Ft Thomas will leave for San Francisco on February 25 and they will sail from that city on March 5 for Hono lulu Hawaiian Islands where they will be stationed for two years Rail roads have been asked to bid for the transportation of the regiment- It has been reported that the See ond would be sent to Panama and to the Philippines hilt the orders deft nitely settled the destination of the soldier boys When the soldiers leave Ft Thomas It will be In charge of caretakers and visitors will be excluded from the reservation until soldiers are again stationed at the post which will be about IftlU SELECTED BY WILLSON Frankfort Gov Willson appointed officers Of the American Apple can gress of Paonia Cola as follows Col Bennett H Young Louisville state vice president W W Hillenmeyer LexingtQn George W Baldwin Cory don William Cook Bowling Green and f L Button Bedford on the executive committee and H Clayton ff ebron on transportation committee PANGERQUS PASTIME Frankfort PoUer playing even as a pastime is a dangerous occupation as is shown when the court of appeals affirmed the Judgment of the Kenton circuit court In the case of Joseph L Huh against the commonwealth in which th fine of 200 imposed on Ruh for permitting poker to be played on his premises is sustained STATE DEPARTMENT INQUIRY FrankfojrJ Restaurant Riot Assumes International Proportions Frankfort Official notice of the riot in the Greek restaurant in Frankfort on the day following Christmas has been taken by the state department at Washington and the Greek charge daffairs addressed a letter to Secretary Knox asking that such ac lion be taken as will insure proper prosecution of the men implicated SQcretary Knox has addressed a letter to Coy Willson falling his attention io the letter and GaY Willson has written vto R B Franklin commOn wealthsjattorney asking that the matte of the riot be given a careful in yestigatlon and urging him to take ucqlactIOnas will uphold the law fl1IY CHANGE FAIR DATE PtapkfprtCommIssioner of 4fTk culture M C Rankin has called a mpgtlug of the State Board of Agriirultjre Forestry and Immigration for January 19 at Lexington to discuss the mat ter of changing xf the date decided on for holding thev state fair The date of the Indiana state fair has been changed and it is likely that the Ken tucky state fair date will be changed so as not to conflict with it Many exhibits will be shown at both IIi UJ1gs Do you know that fully nine out ofevery ten cases of rheumatism ate sinrply rheumatism of the muscles due to cold or damp or chronic rheumatism and require no internal treatment whatever Apply Chamberlains Liniment freely apd see how quickly it gives relief For sale by Chas C Davis txA- ea i Tb Kd Ys h sws J t ct urY MOObY biBLE INSTITUTE Ooniinned horn 1St page about lour hundred jUt iiitn aid uo hundied and fifty were women These came from ivventx two foreign countries lepresented nirij inoniiiiunus and url out mttJ to t e enteen oIdf t 4S Ninetytwo ot our men hart rce elIcollege tr theol ica training WHAT OF THK FUTURE That depends upthy j s first the worlds n apd second our abil to suoply the neeo It we read the signs of the times aright the greatest need of the world is consecrated men women who can present audI Gospel in the power of the Ghost end exemplify it iu their II fe Does the Moody BIble Institute turn out that kind fw rkera That is for others to saVeOne thing however is sure that is that the three things for which we stand are Individual- S idy of the English Bibie Indi vidual Responsibility fur Soul Winning and WorldWide Evange lization These thj thatare are kept before our students con tantland the response is o eAger so hearty and so general that it is often hud to keep them here until they have finished their ourljudgment correct and if we supply the kind of workers that is needed may ue not reasonably hope to see within a few years one thousand students t iu residence at the Moody fiible j Institute The ohject of this anniversary j week is not simply o mark off another milestone of the history the Institute but also to inauj u oil i a vigoiuu OdUi aigit for awaicen ing interest In liile study and in individual effort to win men to j Christ jimnvj Chrisiiuns generally It is also hoped that thousands ot young men inspired bv the ex ample of the great founder of th Institute D L Moody and en couraged by the success which God bestowed upon a humble conse crated layman may beled to devote their lives to sortie form of Christian service j Every mission field in th world is crying fcr trained workers and j there are ten calls for every man that can be supplied If Christian young men and women knew these facts and real tzed the urgency of the ue2d and the richness of the reward which every faithful worker may hope to gain it is believed that many of them would choose this form ofJ lifework Furthermore pastors can render no better service to their churches taari to send young Christians here fo a short tine even if theyI have no intention of devoting their lives to Christian work A single term has often resulted iu giving one sucha working knowledge of the Bible such a deepening of spiritual life and such a discovery of his own spirit ual life and such a discovery of his own spiritual gifts that he has returned to his home church a dozen times mon valuable than wheu he left It is a great thing for oue to ascertain his spiritual gifts and to find his own proper place of service in the kingdom of God and The Mood Bible Institute is well calculated to render that service CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bough- tSignatareof Bears thed Elanor Zoechler the detective nurse who attended John O Schenk the 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