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Digital page images are linked to the text file. k4 lI1 Published Every I Friday I XXIV MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY JANUARY 27 1911 NUMBER 18 h41 TINGbTOii George Hellard was taken yen sick Monday but Is better now Dr Webb has purchased fine horse from H M Mink for 240 So E Pennington was in Mt Vernou Saturday What do you say about that johnMisS Ida Chewning returned to her home at Farriston MondayMrs R A Whitehead and Mrs J P E Drummond were in London Mon day to see Mrs R J Lemons who has undergone a surgical operation but we are pleased to say will sc on t be able to come home Section Foreman Sam McHargue was in London SundayIt has often been said that a mothers love for her children was the great est love of the human family In the last week we have had cause to j l dispute this Insomecases we be 1hlieve a mother will go further for and do more and even go into the Very shadow of death yet there are some exceptions A cer tain woman the mother ot thteej bright babies their father and htr husband being where he could not come back for a while she volun tarily walked off and left them There is a cause for all this but no remedy In the beginning God created man in His Own tmage but only look what that image is doin It is a shame and a dIsgraee There are a certain lot of hovs roaming over the country that should le taught a lesson and put to work andthen they would not have so much time to study meau ness This is straight talk but plain English A N Bentley was in Louisville Saturday and Sunday W H Cot J tongim of Pine Hill was in our town Monday Bill Smith has moved into the house vacated by Cal Baker Cal Baker has moved his family to Four Mile Ky ii George Pope r mains agout the 4rsameiR We speakS vj of casting his lot in fwest rid r is making preparations to take a tip to Oklahoma in the near future Henry Hink and wife have ref a rated again WeHIt do beat the nation how some people get along JOh it I were so lucky as to ever possess one of those lovely crea tures called a wife But I see no other alternative only to travel lifes rough road aloneW M Hicks and myself held a matrimo nial caucus the other day Hicks says has played his last trump that he has advertized for a wife arid used all honorable means but about the time he is ready to announce the wedding some other fellow shows up or she changes her mind So he says that if he does not get married in this year 1911 that he will not be a candidate for matri molly any longer Mrs W T1c Cullough left for Crab Orchard Tenn last Thursday bra week- svisitBorn to the wife of W M Preston a fine boy on last Thursday christened Wilham Owen Preston for each of its grandfathers J P E Drummond will start in a few days for Knoxville to spend aII week This is Mr J P E D home townP B pires of Parksville was here between trains Monday Ester Elkins and Miss Cora Cope were united in the hiv bonds of tnatrimouy Friday A little boy of W M Napier is very sickA little child of Mr and Mrs J B Jones is very sick U J Rice who has been sick for some time armed veryI suit case and gun left for for a few days huntMrs S E Hellard is verysickHarry and Rrank Orndorff who have railroad in Louisville are here visiting relatives thisweekDr W T was in ojr town Tuesday W O Dilly qf Lebanon Junction Master of Trains of the L B Division was in Livingston Monday SOLVES A DEEP MYSTERY I want to thank you from the bottom of ray heart wrote C B Rader of Lewisburg W Va for the wonderful double benefit I got from Electrict Bitters in curing me of both a severe case of stomach trouble and of rheumatism from which I had been an almost help less sufferer for Un years It- uftednv casessihngbn just fme- g P 1P dijiestipri jaundice ard to rid the system ot kidney prisons that cause rheuuiatism Electric Bitters has no equal Try them Every bottle is guaranteed to satisfy Only 50C at Chas C Davis The old guard of the New York Republican organization regained controle by eecting William Barnes Jr is said to be a notice to Roose elt to keep out ot theway in 1912 I Over Man Womans most glorious endowment is the power to awaken and hold the pure and honest love ofa worthy man When she loses it and still loves on no one in the wide world can know the heart agony weaktganism soon loses the power to sway the heart of a man Her general health suffers and she loses her good looks her attractiveness her amiability and her power and prestige as a woman Dr RV Pierce of Buffalo NYwIth meritsmanythousandsIt i known ta Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription It is a positive specific for the weaknesses and disorders peculiar to women It purifies regu lat strengthens and heals Medicine dealers sell it No honest dealer will I 1advise you to accept a substitute in order to make a little larger profit IT MAKES WEAK WOMEN STRONG SICK WOMEN WELL Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets regulate and strengtbea Stomach Liver and Bowels 3EC3octac9P 3 HOW f ACCOUNTS i By paying bills by Check anc Cncy fit P aid checks are permanent receipts i Open a checkIng account with us even if i t it is small t You can start an account with us wUhas ti ismall amountuS one dollar r t Ask your neighbor howhe likesdomgr t J business with us Tf i t Come in and talk with us Glad tb gseefe you at tIme f f f WE WISH YOUA MERRY X4ASi ir Yours truly b PEOPLES BANKTrV f at 3 3 3 ft Itwl Iaegfioieaic = n T t 4 IstccT tfv- 1ic4Ton1 1VOLUME jobs Saturdayt Womans JJJ3-ci TO PAY pptbyi BKODHEAD We understaud a large real es tate deal is on foot in our town Miss Lizzie Storms after several days visit here with her paren s went to London Wednesday where sbe enters ClS11e Bennett College R G Dodd the singing school teacher who came to this county from North Carolina several years ago will soon take his family and return to the place of his childhood We understand Arch Albright wil- laccompanyhun We wish to apologize to Dr W E Gravely that in last weeks letter we failed to say that he too assisted in the amputation of the lower limbs of Jessie Vaughn who wis run over by a train here Opie Herron and Miss Lyda S-eCtiotJjlw Al Elijah Herron deceased and Miss Albright is a daughter of Ben Albright Willie Owens informs us that he will likely begin teach ing a series of singiug lessons in the Baptist church at Mt Vernon next Saturday night Mace Brown of the Level Green neighborhood is very low with heart trouble Mrs Will Johnson of the Chest nut Ridge section is very low with fever Miss Sarah Adams of this place is quite sickToth Evans of Lebanon junction was here first of week JVJiss Rachael Nicholson East Bernstadt is here visiting her sister Mrs Luther Farris John Newland came up Tuesday from Lebanon Junction He is suffering with a sprained ankle he received in Corbin a few days ago Allen Barnett returned hon e last Saturday night only to leave again Monday for New Hampshire to accept a position as teacher in one of the best prepatatory schools in the IiewJ jaaieaM- iss Etta Cable hasfinishehesc- hOol at Withers and entered school here Misses Ruth Painter and Lena Pike of Livingston have been visiting Mrs G E Painter Miss Willie Bentun attended the dance at Crab Orchard last Friday night Jack McCall of Franklin Tenn was iu town last week George Reynolds of IlL has been visiting his sister Mrs J F WatsonMrs Maude Sproule and children of Paris are visiting relatives here Mr and Mrs John Robins were in Mt Vernon MondayMonte Roberts left Sunday night for Baxter KyMjsses Jndith Mc Call Jewel Francisco Bessie Sproule and Mr Urban Cass were in Maretsburg SundayHenrv Anderson was in Crab Orchard Monday Maurice Proctor is tiring from Oakdale Tenn to Danville KyMrs L B Hilton Of Stanford is visiting home folks Mr and Mrs O A Frith were ia Stanford SaturdayJ H Hilton of Stanford spent a few days with Mr and Mrs J T Cherry lust weekC S Lyons hrs returned and started his mill to running again James B Frith was in MtvVernon Sunday calling Miss Cleo Pennington of Livingston is visiting her au tMrs 0 A Frith Cashier R G Wil mott of Nepton is with home folks BOWS THIS We offer One Hundred Dollars reward for any case of Catarrh that cannpt be bored by Halls Catarrh Cure 3i J CHENNEV r Co- Toledo Q We the undersigned have known F J Cheney fpr the last perfectlyhonorable Actions and financiaUvrable to carryout any obligations made by his firm WARDING KINNAN MARVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Hams Catarrh Cure iiS directly upon the and mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent free Price 75 cents per bottle Sold by all Druggists Take Halls Family Pills for constir CASTORIAv For Infants gind Children Thi Kind Yw HIM Alwiysjji it 7t tVR SCHOOL NEWS The schools of the county in rural districts b6ingclosed for the year so ice notice of what has been done the past year might prove of interest to those interested in education- In district No i9 Division i some very interesting things may jhe tiunedregarjingthe location the people and the school In the first place location of the school house 5 miles from Mt Vernon is on the margin of a never failing stream fed by numer otis clear cold springs gushing out on either si4 T of the channel from its source trcand btyondthe School house East fork ojj Skeggs creek is the channel through which drainage of the ipper levels find an outlet into Rockcastle River The school sub district em braces probably tSq miles up and down the from the school house alng the rocky slopes of the inflowing streams usually dry Behind the Spurs and over the adjacent ridges lives a school populationof 73 as shown by 1910 census This being in the Eastern belt qfthe Cavern our limestone region of Ky makes it of unusuaf interest from a j standpoift It accountsioitthe unusual number of clear c la springs of pure water since tl ley are natural outlets of from tho upper levels any the valley itself is one for interestiug study of the mighty forces ofErasion fBut w digress from our subject As before stated the school house is situated on the margin of the steam protected from Summer heat by a high ridge on the South wooded to the very waters edge The stream itself during the entire 1riJl tel fi ltaitaliztng coolness tQ t1eduslY haefotedbby or tdr1inthe Summer months and as tantaliz ing refuses to bfcome sufficiently coated with ice to afford skating in the winter months To this ideal spbt came 53 boys and girls part of the time fifty and over some days forty and upwards for many days dropping into the thirties and later to twenty and below yet no month lower than an average of twenty one and as high as fortyplus for one month so that considering the rainy season and the impassable con dition of the creek roads or road creeks the average is not so bad In passing one of two things is imperative for this section Mo e the roads out of the creeks or the creeks out of the roads and abolish the custom of fording the streams endwise Those who attended school every day of the term are Viola Kirby Ottie Rash Clara Harmon and Opha Adams all ofwhom were promoted to higher grades and are well advanced lor a second promotion Special mentions of many of the pupils migntbe made but spice will forbid ail It may be said however that most srenuous effortswereput forth to advance the primary and inter mediate grades in Spelling reading and number work The result was in a high degree satisfactory in most cases TPhi contrast between those who came regularly and those who did not was veiy npticabje and this alone irregular ity amounting to npn attendance iu many individuals is one of the crvinaevils of our system mention is made of Sijhronia Carmical Lillie Pitman John Harnon and Willie Logsdon sixth grade pupils doing however eighth gradework in some studies In fourth and fifth combined Maude Stokes Flora Pitman Ola Robios Ellen Kirbey Bertha Carmical and Leonard Hines ma- ybementionedfQtaithful work- and good deportment In third 3D11Jurthcotnbined grades were Viola Kirbey Eliza Sowder Erank Harmon R bt Fletcher Clifford Pitman Fred Gentry Mary Har ron Hugh Bobbins Dan Robbins Ooa and Millie Sowder that made accordinglSime of the boys especiajlv being toItii Iduced several to put forth uu msual energy HfrOn the whole it may be said that considerable number of pupils gave encouraging promise of andtgood the ipfiinary purpose ofour State system pjppublic schools In conclusion the teacher who theJrtit rages who in the light of this experience absolutely knows the b g ting and withering effects of the on our boys especially takes this occasion to express in emphatic terfua condemnation of thetpractice of futnishing to our school boys the articles prohibited by lawand to recommend the adoption fa plan that shall prohibit the use of harmful practices refe schoolsJIiIword ess and- appreiation i of the good people of dist tioiig and the children who attended school the present Year the t foregoingJMt ernon IQII 5 M JWVs iLANGFORD Mr James Reynolds and little daughter Vulah are very sick Last Friday morning at ten oclock the fifteenyear old daughter of Mr D L Carter Departed this life with that dreadv disease consumption She had ben a sufferer for more than a year and seemed that nothing E loving hands could do gave any E relief Blanche was a sweet girl and loved by all who knew her She was laid to rest Saturday in the family burying groundnear Mr Carters home There will be services a1 Huni mell Groye chjirgh the first Satur day night and Sunday in February conducted byvRev Jones of Laurel QuJitr riiil oii j f = daughterof Mr and Mrs Frank Adams is sickMiss Ellen Wild is getting along nicely with her school Joe Dooley s children have whooping cough The chid ren of Louis McGuire have whoop jug coughTA and C W Coffey i visifed their uncle Eli Coffey on Cleat creek last SundayW T Sharp has moved to the farm of Uncle Anse Proctor James Car terwas here from Berea Saturday to attend the burial of his sister Mrs Della Baker has put in a line of groceries and expects in the near future to add a line of dry goods notions and millinery When buying a cough medicine for children bear in mind that Chamberlains Cough Remedy is andILOn tains no harmful drug For sale by Chas C Davis THE DAILY COURIERJOUR N AL AT ONEHALF PRICE Through a special arrangement this paper is enabled to offer the Daily CourierJournal by mail in combination at aplcejust onehalf the regular rates for the Courier Journal The regular price of the Daily Courier OUI nal is 50 cents a month 6 uo a year See the clubbing proposition in our advertising columns and read about the brgan This special offer igoq only tar subscription orders given us during the month of February The offer will beI withdrawn the last day of the month and norbrders can betaken after Under this offer CourierJournal will be sent to subscribers only through the postoffice not through CourierJournal agent No Courier Journal agent orders for a full year will betaknat this rate Subscription must be fornot less than four months or longer than eight months The Tanff question Congress lettersfromiEurope Will make the Courier JpiVrnal especially interesting tor tlii next few mouths DEATH IN RbARINp FIRE nay not result from the work of firebugs hut often setfere burns are caused that make a kneed for Bucklens Arnica Salve the quickest surest cure for burns wound bruises boils soresnj subdues ptiitlHsootberuptions ulcers o- r2tOhUCtMViS piliiiJ 1 S t r i jt Established 1887 1lKYFRIDAY taken- internal1iacting thatI O j J3ECOME SEE FOR YOURSELFII g 3o DAYS SALS f Whit Leather Jlose for Ladies Gentlemen and Chid l ren lOc a pail worth double for wear 3 SHOES to fit all kinds of feet at very low prices HEAVY UNDERWEAH Manufacturers cost I We have about 4000 pieces Queens wear left at one r- iJ half price 64 piece Dinner Sets only 4 50 wonli 750 Dont fail to see our 5c lOc and 5c counters you surely ill be pleased witji them f Our stok is too large and you will finda great i 1 many kinds Merchandise in this sale that yon will Q buy at sight for price talks and talks loud I I1LIvINroNr r y ccxtttttt1ftttfttt1t tt ttttt tt1ttttttttttttttt1 I PROCTORS I GROCERY SPECIALS Best Flour Per sack 7fc 3E Country Hams per pound 15c 3Swifts Skined Hams pet pound 16c Swifts Premium hams per pound17c = Breakfast Bacon per pound iOc 3Pure Pork Sausage per pound 15c3Country Sorghum pel gallon 45e = Corn Syrup per gallon 35c = Maple Syrup per tjuait 25c i TELEPHONE YOUR ORDERS WE WILL DELIVER PROMPTLY PHONE NO 75 = ev 44 ii t TfleCro ery igffr JMVfernQJV imgL fl UUUUllUUHUU1HUUUHU1U HHU1UU1H1UUU1UU1U1U1Ul ckcTKODAKSAREOC What Weare Showing Now I JOO to 500 IfBrowniesfrom 500 to 1500 r of camera from 6 to 12 exposuresRemembering atwaws that if i it isn t an Eastman it isn t a Kodak I CHAS C G1IS f LEADING R i Phone 89lliT VERNON KY dJE UHDBBTAKK8 I Our line of Couch Caskets mJ is unexcelledI II All orders by Wire prOmPtl L W1A1COX rFilledII Phone 94S MT VERNON ICY = = t j1 1 q st1 1 1 w JviT VLBNGN SIGNAL FRIDAY jan 271911 Published every Friday byfEDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR 100 Advertising rates made known on application MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION ANNOUNCEMENT We are authorized to announce G M BALLARD as a candidate for Representative of Rockcastle andLaurel 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 sub ject to the action of the Rep1ib1ical1 par ty We are authorized to announce E B Thompson as a candidate for Represents 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 a candi date for reelection for State Senator from the Seventeenth Senatorial dis theBeEVERY man woman and child in Rockcastle should adopt the follow ing resolutions and keep them daily before them J will work for the improvement H Mt Vernon I shall strive to give my family mote comfortable and beautiful surroundingsI wore active interest in our schools I will be kind to every man woman and child with whom I come in contact I will advocate better roads in Rockcastle I will urge the organization of a Business Mens Club in Mount Vernon and a Farmers Association jor the benefit of Rockcastle t r J wH trust in God and bravely face the future Cut this out and pin them up where j ou see them often J PAUL DALEY was given an examining trial in Police Court yesterday on the charge of libeling John H Whallen and James P f Whalien and held to await the actoL of the grand jury following the waiving of further proceedings gatetJx sum ot 500 sentatives of the Louisville Herald hecfered that Daley did not cause J yTt J tht pubiiehlj0u oi tie ttlleh d iibei iStfe Whrtllfcn brothers dazed the charges in the published story false CourierJournal If Daley formulated a storythat really con stitutes a libel in this particular instance then he must be a glorious liar KENTUCKY POLITICS William Henry Jones one of the elder statesmen H of the third district doesnt think much ot theYoung Republican move ment His paper the GlaSgrov Republican says We note in the list given the names of some wht have been heard long and loud in c inventions for almost a generation land among them some chronic office Seekers and holders and Isome who might find difficulty in being sent as a representative from their county much less the con gressional district which they were there selected to represent I miVht be well for these men to rege icrate themselves before spread lug over somuch teraitory DemOlr tic members of tbe Senate Committee on Privileges and Elections have taken the posit ion that the presence of the fifteen Republican members of the upper branch of the West Virginia Legis lature is not necessary to elect two members of the United States Sen ate Senator Carter of Montana speaking in opposition to the proposedamendment to provide direct election of United States Senators charged the Northerners with ignorance and the Southern theInegroes committee considering the proposal to reward Commander Peary with the nations thanks and promotion to the rank of Rear Admiral re tired decided that the explorer came so close to the North Poje that he is entitled to the honor A call has been issued for a eon ference of the National League of Democratic Clubs at Indianapolis April 12 and 13 Chairman Prewitt has changed the date for the Democratic State Committee meeting in Louisville to February 4 IIn a speech at the Pennsylvania Society banquet in New York President Taft defended the administrations policy in regard to the fortification of the Panama Canal He said the work would cost 12000000 insteadof 5o ooo ooo as stated ITbe Seventeenth Senatorial District Republican Committee met at Corbin and issued a callor primary to be held on Saturday March nth to nominat a Republican candidate Ip mftkp the race this fall to succeed Senor Joseph F Bosworth who is at preset the only candidate u When ypjj have some good fit good price we feel like telling our good friends about it such as flpnr at cents per sack or per hundred makes no dill ereoce svjiep woget thit flour nor how vegetjf so we sell it the way yte uYWp- do I t die American St eliiKl Wie- CtimjJahy has advaticol tfte prices of all wire and wire produ tsSbt- OQ r Declaring that sun spolsinfluei ce weather conditions scientists 01 the Carnegie Institu ion predict t it it soon will be possible to forecast with absolute certainty the atmospheric condictions to come days aLead n1hintCorbett will be candidates next time for Congress in this district to succeed the Hon Ollie James This we cannot believe because they both D mucras but in the event one was l Democrat and he other a Republican these two distinguished brothers might un dertake to Corbettize this district as Tennessee has been Taylorized IT the past Of course we be eve all such talk is bosh but in reality there is a likelihood of Mr Jake Corbett heinY a candidate OLD SOLDIER TORTURED For years I suffered unspeak able tortue from indigestion con stipation and liver trouble wrote A K Smith a war veteran at Erie Pa but Dr Kings Ltfe Pills fixed mean right Theyre simply great Try them for any stomach liver or kidney trouble Davis Only 250 at Chas C The Somerset Journal inde pendent in politics in recent years is hereafter to preach Democracy under the editorial man ofGT Humfleer News The removal IBardwell Peck from the courty will make the position as chainmn of the Republican County Con miltee vacant It is likely tint his successor will be elected hy the COtnmj tee before a great while and the matter is being discussed some at present Wm L EJHstpn of this city is being favorably meptfoned for the plaice Winchester News Gentlemen candidates Democrats and Repflbli cans you who want the Slate offices Where are yott tftJIJ the live questions Elkton Times We hope Judge Breathitt wont run on the Repub iigan ticket for Governor Hes a clever lkpble gentlemen and we donjt carp tp sep him slaughtered When g1yen as as thee eroupy appears Chamberlains Cough remedy will Ward off an attack of fJJpiJJq prevent all anxietyIJohn C C Mayo who is in Charleston W Vaisaid Saturday night that he was not a candidate for United States Senator from Kentucky and was not expecting to lie Ajfr M yp said he had his choice bug hex0N11not give t- hein4pYcx D3t- i3I A JLIts An III Wind That i Blows Nobody Good i I i and while one may bring a shiver to many it will bring dollars to you if you buy Sek Sboes Keep your feet dry and get you mon 1 fI tTts worth M SELZ ROYAL c BLUE r FOR MEN 1 SOMETHING GOOD thing a Marguerite 7o 275 It are New gtraightfromtheshoulder soon GET THE HABIT of coming inGET THE HABIT of seeing pondsGTHE otrS1us we save Son money h pier CMM MIJ EEI2NTzHI EP ICZMW C C QEEKC Yi l r 1 j 11 J 11 V1i J t 00j f WI 1l1NT BLJR3ED c Z Yut Noti e tr i tJK ifiittlanic Stock MUlt fce Paid UjJ Wlthfi Twelve Months Flrankfort ta1stockof all state banks in Kentucky must be paid uip within 12 months is the ultimatum that Secretary of State Bruner sent out to the bankers The letter says You are required to immediately corm ply with Section 580 Kentucky Stat utes which provides that all capital stock shall be paid up within 12 months after the banks organization Another letter warns the bankers to beWare of letting one indebtedness of a single individual company or firm beccctte greater than allowed by law Attention in this instance ie called to Statute 583 RIFLE ASSOCIATION Incorporation Asked by Men Who Have High Ideals in Mind Frankfort Articles of incorpora lion have been lodged with the met e ary of state for the Kentucky State Rifle association an organization form ed to promote and encourage the pa riotic spirit of the young men of Ken icky and more especially to enccxir ge tbem in practicing tte use of the military rifle ivand revolver and lit as the right under its articles to ac IIi re and hold property to soliok sizes medals coups and subscriptions md to hold meets and tournaments or comptjtioii in rifle and revolver shooting Jor AVilo t roenvbers of the state used and civilians generally will be asked to affiliate with the association and if properr encouragement is given it one of its first important objects will be to hold a shooting tournament on the rifle range of the state militia at Orell near Louisville at whioh prizes trophies and cups will be given for individuals company and regimental teams clubs and other organiza tlons and the state teams of all of the Southern States will also be Invited to stop at the tournament on their way to the national shoot at Camp Perry 0 and participate in an imterSouth cm championship team match GQ TO HIGH PLACE Kentucky Much Interested in National Ways and Means Committee Frankfort Three members of the new Ways and Means committee c the house are well known to Kent ck ians Ollie James Cordell Hull o Tennessee and Lincoln Dixon of Indiana Of Ollie James little need bel told H eighthzpbeenin this connection it Is interesting thegAlabama fs ft former resident gl Lpuisvllie NATIONAL gYARg INSTRUCTION Gov Willsons Plan to Be Put Into Practice interestlrumong Will2deraisotflbe tq put into effect the fol Wl plan The efect1ffe 0710 DrPla tram gcmmand in the state for three flights andto ply fie pfllcerf and igen g smallamount to ovep Ujeif ex Ppfrsea fgr leach instruction The earl J tiJ coma nr dars w i e allowed tc designate a inafl cfeafl and par hl r the arms at a salary- DELEGATES APPOINTED GOY yillEQii has appointed as dele gates lo thb Southern Commercial congress to be held In Atlanta Ga March 8 9 and 10 1911 Capt George 4 Norton Logan C Murray Col A rIJS fltidgi flex P HumPhrey A RearpgiabCftson and Cpl Harry Weissinger all pf vay1iPN0jj Eariington C U iris dree iL J Cnnyfprd JfewPOFt W H MacKojr evhjgtenj 0 Gray ifal- coiierand R 0 Stoll Lexington Frankfort Traced to Ocala Fla William DuEavant wanted in Laurel p inyoL the Charge ttf X11pro tunten FfjWPP r pvY Wiiison filled I1ie vaoawey paused llYht peffpyajl It Judge W LJtttbr fiPplir Alfti Joseph M Wdnaack of Louisville csrfi pilerof Confed icute recrfla The po sition has a ealary of 1200 attached Birfcourspille John Grills 26 con J inted TOurcIerer of William Ciaoms tt lfca t ki tlgFrankfortpeni illAptira Csbc1i e Fnanljfdrt Gov Yirc 3on e scCr ed P P JIinl le police judge of EienV HBay as l minted a JudJ r1C vl the pea hi Wa1cin atik =Dover Ihe IIa nbur gm1elic jYtrikfgrrWNeInctJIUaloboth oleaimcrs suffered dacmgs The LJncoln5 paaecgers had a very excit tug experien The collision has due to a fog r1cpucH1 wlT Dr krngsI New Discovery I FOR c 8i1lPRICEI AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROD JL1 GUAB AHTEJBD SATISFACXOX 4R MONEY BEPBND LiA r K w s X t tabyThat our stock is the largest in town and our prices quality considered are the lowest to be had at y where Thats why 1 McKENZIES is the most popular Furniture house in Rockcastle i BUGSORIENTALSEUROPEANSDOMESTIC I This departmrnthas been a delight to every customer who has seen it Thes Rugs have been bought right and are sold priceS4 AIR TIGHT HEATING STOVES that will heat one room two rooms or the whole house and will hold fire over night Price 375andup t S B McKENZIE i- tTr1 fURNITURE MAN t Phone 113 MT VERNONfKY J 33Ec3c 39PM9P 4 4R FEBRUARY BARGAINSDAILY Eoorierlournal r AT ONEHALF PRIOE Jf you will bring or send us vour subscription during the niontb of February we will send you THE SIGNAL CND YEAR AND THE DAILY gQ1JRIJR = JOURNAL fOUR MONTHS FRR QNLY L75 Or this paper ONE YRAR and DAILY COURIERJOURNAL Eight Months forJmQ 50oJ Subscriptions received at thi price onlyduring the mcnth of February The State and JMjonal cam paigns pre opening and you want to keep ptjstedon political events Read the CourierJournal editorials And Mr Watersons letters from Eurppe will be inleretng Sunscriptiqu orders undef thfc couIterJolrnaJ R Wa DYGHE rt14wMT VEH Tw OfflGP at Residence Op Main Crown anti Bridge Wor ft Specialty guaranteed 0 McOLARt UNDERTAKER and EM8ALMEH Stanford Kiv IAMt lerOFPICE On 2CG floor o The Bank of MtiVernon on Church sireet Spccial attention given to c ct Phone N o11A r 2J til 111j GRANVILLE OWENS H I A- KIrhadKyh JijO- offinfi S Robp el phone IW fe b fo XX IH AW A ij UYOUR WATCh DOES KEEP CORRECT TIME IF NOT r WHY NOT If are Jiayipg any such trouble about your watchoI does just it qvqrto us ancf Id9cnpttl isjjntgjj p IIJ jt wjlp cost YOU nqthiuQTIle aqtee qur wQ1e u a tri a do all kinds qf er1 and repair worlf FRANK MOORE feC DAVIS DRUG STORE MT VERNON KY I r ENDS W1NTFRSIllJQTJBlvBQ r j t t u To manywinkr is a season of tjroubl rIp frost bitten toes and lipsivtyilblqjns gglcj sores red and ongh sldna this But uch troubles flv before Bucklens Salve A trial convinces Greatest healer of Burns Boils Piles Cuts Eczema and Sprains Only 25C at Chas C Jais Mount V11floi1 famiib W URKSl N anufacturer fan bliA111R ii Jraijlte Monurneiifs ofaU furnishedAndson application L p GEQ oW i tQPtI1 Phone Jr 111111 P Mr LI = Qasketi and An MaileIe rp r or orderfP Filled romptlyi IT t you turn fit Qqf1 WQ sole qs AT DR S pyove rnica Sores and 112 P mall right n Wt th 9 r M I f Heart Remedy youAreIf Dr Miles Heart Remedy helpediCharles ljojmes why wont hel8 gjfH 111 L 1r J was troubled with heart disease MilesHeartfpKlcot the Heart Remedy I had l to sit up most of the night and felt Whateverlwould 1 rfly tart ry fast llqt t11RfstR ir14iit eideu agood slee 100 an q fee like a neiy man alJ old1ia 1 i tl ille rebellign n yas ittr rgtlndedt gIAJU E fh1 r ilr nyolurEteets Nl Dr Mlles Heart Reiricyr 2 i tn1rms NtwtIwttle t1JtlIjfI r rN1w raft 4 i t j ioC Srr I jlc 4jr r i1q J1 k S1 JtII K Mi TEidN KY Ian 2r IJIj F J79ic i iypuw f1 thJINALZ91c t vy J i i jj = 7 j Loui8VLict RR Co t TIME TABLE- t 11 22north i 455 p m x24 north vi o 352 a m f 23 south 1 144 a w- T21P Southr 1219 a mI jjAS LANDRTJM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Aft Vernon Ky Postoffice V BS secondclass mailmatt- erPERSO AL- FCol JohnW Miller ishert irom Lancaster this week L if Elmer J Lechleiter was fig from Lebanon Junction Wednesday MiS85Annie Fishback will close i hers c olat Callow y tomorrow W T Hicks a prominent lumber tmanoe Richmond was here Tues has r Marion Hamlin has been trave ln- fWest gf6r two weeks lDVlrgmlaand Virginia NIt was over during the week Mr and Mrs David Cottingim were with relatives at Pine Hill Sunday and Monday l Mr and Mrs John Robins and uptJudge L W fJethurum and Circuit Clerk Hugh Miller were in exWashingtonW B Spivey and W B Jones were in Whitley county Wednesday buying cattle for the Richmond t marketGeorge Reynolds of Illand Henry urbafPof Brodhgad were jfith fh and Rrs F L Durham fDay E9scarWaiJenn who js clerking a rirlJ s l re a ak ale Tenli rsp nrte wegkwithiiis wife 4- tbtspllcer Mrs Qleo grown returned from iQinGinnati WednesSay and reports her mother as doing as well as could be expected R G Wiirnotti the popular cashier oftbe Citizens Bankat epto1oy was here between trains Wednesday tt ll CQra GrHflliang rotnert nPileft Ndayurpipg for ovlng qfee llfPe r d Asine sCoile xrs13o littt eafley spet t last i9epk li1iCofbl dtltl1Qilltereslof nr boot Vrgimia RosieT and was quite successful Mesdames Cfira White and Montye Adanjsfeft last Sunday arri3biir Ill where tjiey wilt i9illlh1r1busi itT j3f Davis LWlakerj Jacob atff8Bks a r oe li yerrQ i haveJeb e l bertidU wge1folQl1i s Prof T A Houston was ealleg- ie his home near eynthiana on account ot the deathof leis lathe who has been sick for quite a Whit c v g H ailof Petersburg e1bi will no i preach t tke butTwifl be here the Second S1 df Yin- t February 4 ln RhelanttrrfQnof h1nu1Q alass qf ihet fsvflif Jaw school only laver maiteau average of orinore u ands one fthe number was our townsman W H Kruegei Rev J T Qifati q qf ieMax xIJchurch h re iittngaym rphlg an o tcvc nn Vo uarecordiallytnvit s attend theseservicesis Rep4r g fromrt 1of Mrs 2t NJ VVal- itvjio a isJnts e oto4 f SawArltgnH0 pstaliri Ciricmnkl i tthat she Ts L 4libtlY l roe d gtsdthat there vv lwaut ifH tf herermaste nt r egv1Ff Pr F q ij pk XuQd eta erinteM4utrQf J l church of3stocky I I Sunday and x sched cellent sermonrM they Pf church Sundat WhatD- Cheek r4ti rec pmJ alt eta alht t1fTg pfBrQd till have1re 4loardaudfr tiDlto state that ehghtedYljiiIBc eryparticular r tie BLURtED PRINT t mr l c1 t I jt2 i 7 j r i i tc 1 si I3Y tvJUio jS r ya l y Ite w jo1tt I J 3JC VMrriA 3 OfVv V AA itl VrV V JiB3KJ C 3 jJC X g ft ITS QUllLITYrHAT COUNTS i r i CheapLii2fc I rH2 I igucan buy a mule for 50 c u can buy one for 200 II isint S the price you pay but the mule y m i get that countsi f Our line of menClothing and o s is lon olis gAthisv IS P P LOCAL 25 Penny Pictures 25 cents in 5 positions at Eberharts Studio The street committee is having same much needed street crossings put in When ringing for telephone change waitat least five seconds ringing again 198 gets a mighty fine Boys v 400 overcoat today at Fishs Ql1lyaJw left at this price Bingham Shepherd closgd a dQ j yesterday for the Riddell farm nest Cove schopihouse Price fuoop All classes ofrst class phptqs at 1berhafisstudiq Call and see sainpleg Iieteatr l4 s onlyy AG statetneiG ol the financial toVeruin this issue NEW TELEPHONES T Mead ows residence section house No ro David Cotto ngim residence Adams St No 64 S Round trip tickets to Kuoc silk 11 35 June iz 35 July r g r limit dtpI days trout date of ale Ac ont summer Schppl 9hp Sot lSveryhqdy isexpctiqg a fOc time at the penny Social in tilt Presbyterian Church tonight The price ot admission is one foot o pennies 16 All nvited WheD ITpring coiues gentle AtinieV there will be something d btOlnglnle to ivnsCil h ill fj Htown CARIl TlAN S lij tbg njahy kind friends raembers of the Masonic fraternity and es pecially to Messrs J W Brown and W J Sparks do I desire to express niy hearty appreciation for the many acts of kodness hwnme- an my dear husband during his test hours Very sinterelI I uno W 0 Muuutst I havertgentjy drg to my stock orf harness saddles and bridle a fun line and good assortment to select srom and above all I have the right kind of prices CCmlE in nd see ahem R pANgFOK f I The Zichtfipnd St merg l13nt tan 72tMItVer ont sadledin need of a Publicity Club such is could come through a business astmsie theiIfarmsandct tlVernnhwill have mote Thie te ourcgs t4egQUlitYt8Hjltlfafepm t1 E3itehe hoatb Jnoney and brains Thg staXo tatitrt s9r11 a ove cut eft tif efy i thro ib j B s- 1oor nel1 chi a rpublicjty brea wa give serious thong ht Ctbl s su ekibB fort is In r t t 1 u f r f v world affords for the price This store iiiown everywhere gas jSS35V THE QUALltSTORE COME and SE- E3Ed3i There is a face factory in town Watch Fishs big show windows for the new things for Men and Young men to wear Regular preaching services m aborningPresbyterianChJJrch Sunday a When you buy Selz Shoes you get a guarantees Just received new lot come in and look McBeeITalk Forget the mistakes and bickerings of the pest and Igt ps all work and tqjk for the better agent of this ppmmunity emem tier the mottto rvQo U for Mount Veruou Ii r I uther Manus h is part of the lu mber alreadvonthgrotdabd 3 soon as spingQpens will Start gn the erectiqn qf his building on the lot which he purchased from R A Welch The board of supervisors met again this week to hear complaints beetl1raisedappearance as they evidently realized that tHetalsewas just Mr and Mrs Qran Cummins were guests of Mr Qipk Qgty ins and HWHy UMd yt a hich was als otiprepared a most delightful birth diy dinner Sjl cc QJd In His ganness I his seemed lit to take the fathEr oi tur esteem a coworker and princ s1sI fb t we q e faculty and pv ails do her plw extend tp him yur sincerestsympathy JP bis bereave mentandItown paper the MT y5 o rSlQ NAl r i Signed KATHLEEN PLDMEH MZiMFP4 rtTc 1I81 etc j4 N 3- IThepom milieu of te Seyen1eentC etatQFial ct e Bell TacksonKnox Roctz ca site Pulaski and Whitley counties met InC rbin last Friday and organized by eleciiqg Judge R f Q tr fart rlof uitQoqrtV enApt q cnr et IrYioftb v Elec tiv CotuIPiUQe A primary was called for Saturday March 4th to nominate a candidate for State Se nITxSnatofe lackof Bafboursvilie t so eV Vrnes spoken 01 assj pro abe can i4aj0 Blot a ddiit js ifR14t1 mkqnwho m tnt r Hwr eag den g top BQwoFiiYit is almost Ban hanoodnsit a pponent te b d just w uot av Senator Bo ca orthts ghrfoi drda h e 1g red l nithjCQqftttuencY auu pero g road e th1L they are graing ltrtCgrn hr u to theSenatfe tlel IDay a cs complish tatC wh euht bas bega eta 1- t Ball Band First Quality Overshoes for Men at Fishs Misses and childrens rubbers at a reduction McKeuzfe McBee Uncle Micajah Southard age out Seventy five died Tuesday of a complication of diseases Raymond McFerron nine years of age of Breezy Hill fell from a coal wagon on Tuesday morning one wheel passed Over his leg Just above the Jkle breaking it slur splendid civil engineer W A B Davis is in Lincoln doing some surveying for our former Bounty man I enry Catron who si prospering in his new home TowltCouptyIt is to the best imere rortKe5 people in the county to see rMt Vernon improve and it is likewise poPteItemore fine andweU equipped schools it will be a great esing asweU as a cpnYeQiencg for altj our in the MtflVernonassortment and better goods EJenee it becomes of the greatest importance to both to see that the her improves FINANCIAL REfgIp pK THE Cql DITIOiO FTHE 1ORECBiPTSi i t1J ctT xes cc ligcteld felr f Ijo15 pages eoUeqted by Marshal 107608 raxe 1corpLicense fees 6aJoo Fines in Police tor 53 oo Borrowe froru Banks 40000 h p SI9f32 DISBURS Il tar lIs jfa4ifQf v o Concrete ulverts cro J ings etc ici itl 1ook v i v tcSi lo old judgments andcostS 5 QWdebts 01 38 b 7 anditcosts M iCondemne aaurveYlug r ir Jta A q aQqr 1 atreetsand q t 1 y ge lll u oJt fi nCaRA t 6yt r f1it u s tdia rlsonersut siloao Dots for Police Court TaraiidYehorse licen w AIIrAof Wq alb 1l9n x 1Si ogy 0a1 forO1 ceof lI stee 2 lotiu J1verdrat ea ire sJan L F9aO ik1 QUIldU1 T yr J J JJ ttlrf8 t71 T R r M ia T fj I9b203 ThCtowtf owes on notes inthe two lacalsSanks to amount of 400 dueinJ 19 tI There is jn treasu1i2I7283 and some cor poration taxes for 1910 amou iting to giso inffebru I raise balance in Tr 30283jES MARKT Town Clerk- SAN R lClSCO SENDS DOWNATION TO CHURCHjv PUND ClmarrqnJtKan Jan 23 1911 JamestaretMt Vernon KYP My DearJStr In1i1ieljSetice of n1yriit1 r1 Who is fn California your appealgjc thatt up is unique and catchy and 1 han lyola herewith fathers check for gisfeents payable to the order qfy trv treasurer for two Yards of pe R s rland am happy of the ohancetAhElP put a few shin gles on the jSold cburcband hope that yourjafmBitions along the re bre fully realized I rat IlaUyyours PKANCISCOV Th al ovelisauanswer to a copy e ppeal of fesbytcrian churchi iplace fbrfun s to defray ej pe seofe tlQQJ an4ther im r rqv ffi ats i r Jpranciscos fa tfeejrvn fea ifcQ ta native of hisQQuatVVand a brother of Fullen Fiana 8eJ o Brodhead PRESS SERVICE QFTHE p 7 N TUCKY SSOC iTIaN FORTH SfQllY AND PRE- TUBERVRNTIOWOF JUL SIS 1 Remarkable illsease IDsale of lrima r Sfeajsf throughout the g te over last ear 249743sold- up to date with few towns still to hear fromj The Kentucky Association for the Study anid preyention of Tic berqulosis reports frotp ids r turqsi u to date tlarfVtfi total number vJ C uitmgs Saj3 t1 linK n tijcky lsit mouth wei e 249743 as againstd66 9ioJtlast year not including Louisville a gain of moretKan 71652 There are still a 4JmhIe ntQB st Qt a ongr the in fi a ptif Seals sold Too Psd cooFl vensboro t4 z sndersonno- r tl gtiL n tS24 oyn- tq fn a Ills f entucky A odations pV Pitlitiltalr Croas z per colt of The reel foitbe i ted tt h itI e u eeito f liarfe Pl1 to JCri t t qi J it t tti willclear aout qVft tbis ivney willi be Pt Slwe tei tl- If9ntrn Qutpt ex et make wblcb can be u 5w19ettl l feCttiCit ti f k Sil 1i f i str leeturt s iii Rural wW gntiies ii ig W riS a l6tsiQi t J e c I ASK YOU 2 1VEIGHBORABOUT c3c jj Dc popular lectures to the pe pie making it clear to everyone just what Tuberculosis is and bow it can be prevented and cured Any community in Kentucky can arrange for having these lectures at practically no expense by writing to the Sec Eugene Kerner at 215 E Walnut St Louisville for open dates The State As sociation is especially grateful to Kentucky Federation of omens Club for the active part they took in the management of the campaign jo per cent of all money turnedin to the State Association by the Womens Clubs will be paid to the Federation Health Department to be used in their Health Campaign tri Ken itucky In this way practically all the monev realized from the Christmas Seals will be used as ammunition to fight Tuberculosis and other preventable diseases inI Kentucky Remember the picture than will be in town only io3ays Qjoiidy days as good as brighV TAKE JpA blackroan yearling steer came to my place in October 1909 Owner can have same by paying U expenses BRiv Cn1IiQIiRs Jan 20 t Plato Ky Chlldren cry FOR FLETC- BERSCASTORIA Iffthe bes w en I YOU ask EtoSWANN HATS vSrbv T w yr mFrecchburg Agitator We are informed to a certainty that Judge W L Craig will be a candidate subjct to the action of the Dem ocratic party to succeed himself as Representative in the next General Assembly from the counties of Menefee and Montgomery Judge Craig was our last Representative and did his duty well So far no other man seeks the nomination Somerset Times Squire Andrew Chaney is being prominently men tioned by the Republicans for RepMsen ative from Pulaski I rtovAiba WHG- PODERAbsoutey Pure pcwllepIas m of riu 1m ALUMNn lllvit PHOSPHATE nnunnnnnnnnnnnntfnntntn nfnnHU 1y n1nHH fnnY NOW IS THE TIME TO GET I PENNY PICTURES s- E Pictures for 25 ctsI = INFIVEPOSITIONS 3= cipositivelyprice is such that they are ivXthln the chof all yt1tso =E make all grades of firstr ass Pbotpgraphs at one half the pricesa E charged in the lyg ycrtles v yvH Vv j K Coinij find see arid be convinced bnnglyour friends and dont 3Cp forget the baby J o ONLfJKfll beat Mt Vernon Saturday Janti ty 1z 28 icKa teQv tPrQct rtsStort Dlowdydys1as good asbrighv Come early and avoid the later rush L c 1u BE F EBJ l TT J9 IunU1Un JttftttttittMAttllK z t r4U t t After The Grippe el am much pleased to be able to write arid thank you for what Cardui has done for me writes Mrs Sarah J Gilliland of Siler City N C Last February I had the Grippe which left me in I bad shape Before that I had been bothered with female trouble for ten years and nothing seemed to cure it At last I began to take Cardui I have taken only three bottles but it has done me more good than all the doctors or than any other medicine I ever took I 1 Take 142 r The v oman s ionic VFor the aftereffects of any serious illness like the I Grip useit improves the appette regulates irregularities and helps bring back the natural glow of healthVCardui is your best friend if you only knew it Think of the thousands of ladies whom Cardui has helped What could possibly prevent it from helping you Remember you cannot get the benefit of the Cardui ingredients in any other medicine for they are not for sale I in any drug store except in the Cardui bottle Try Cardui Write to Ladies Advisory Dept Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn for Special Instructions and 64pace book Home Treatment for Women seat free L 1 FURS II i JOHN WHITE CO CARDUI I AND HIDESHIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES Wool on Commission Write for price list mentioning this ad 11 Established 1837- LOUISV1LLEKY I gmmmml m1lHtmmn fnnt ntnnnnntntntnnJtnnnn i tTI VERNON GSKET CD PRACTICAL 3UNDERTAKERS 3 FUNERAL DIRECTORS =AN- DEMBAL3IERS Mt Vernon Ky = E COUCH IETUC AVV 3g Coffins and obesVV ELicened Embalmer will have charge of that line of = work for the compaiy = EOrdes by wire promptly tilled Hearse sent to all points 3 E GEORCE OWENS Manager E Office Mt Vernon Monumental Building PHONE 112 f711il1 ll111111111 1111 1111111111111111fii111111111111111111111111111 Mv v U lllIIfIllThe place to buy your goods We sell you goods I i cheaper than you can buyelsewhere and pay you higeest price for your produceVV t1 Mans and Soys Clothing go m for cost i Lalies dress goods for cost and less Must clean I Ii our shelves for our new stock which will soon arrive o sold on credit either cash or produce IA C1 HIATTV f HIATTt KENTUCKY f w o f x Convenience of the SavingsA ccount I Maay persons keep their money here as a permanent in i 0 vestment because the risk of loaning to individuals is avoid ed As an investment you can compute the net returns accu BLJRED be added at any time A savings 1 PRINTfffibI means to realize on funds thatLridle awaiting investment You may withdraw a part or the jentire amount atany time With a determination to save you jotare welcome here Why not lend your money to the amountsriipay youa regu lar riteof interest on your money Wfell explain in detail if you will call at the ErriJKyH bankag MT VERNON KBlsTUGycY xr1 ii fe x rP px r i7 i tg WINTER TOURIST TQ- TSFLORIDA TO AND ALL SOUTHEIi RESORTSON 8ALE DAILYVVL P IQmfNWttBtt i il t J N 1 J l 1 GOOD RETURNING UNTIL MAY 31 1911 fFDlFULL PARTIGULAilS M 6H M AKKT p CRESCENT wK j cxjfTkcnr H C KINO Pamager and TJcke Aeiit E MaIn StLLEXINGTON KY 1 f FKENTUCKY J i m i II GLEANINGS WHAT IS GOING ON IN 5 DIFFERENT SECTIONS OF 4 THE COMMONWEALTH KENTUCKYS DEBTVv The State Will Owe Less Than a Million By February Frankfort Kentuckys outetanding indebtedness of 1600000 in interssl bearing1 warrants at the first of tbi year will have been redcced to Jest tihan 1000000 before the first or nexi month if Treasurer Farley can ge in the interestbearing warrants thai have been called He has paid out about 600000 for interestbearing warrants and has 200000 more to devote to that purpose There must be more interestbear ing warrants issued however as tnt state will be broke again by March 1 Farley says that warrants bearing interest stamp dates prior to January I 1911 may possibly be called for payment by December 31 1911 but that interest bearing warrants issued subsequent to January 1 1911 can not be called for payment until after De cember 1911 There will be no mon ey available for redeeming interest bearing warrants until the sheriffs pay each year which is never berore December 1 REPORT ON HOME State Inspector Says Nice Things About Louisville Society Frankfort State Inspector McKen are R Todd has filed with the govern er his report of the inspection made o ht Kentucky Childrens Home so ciety covering a period from June 1909 to May 31 1910 Kentucky appropriates 30000 an nually to the maintenance of the home at Louisville In addition to Vie 30 000 the report shows that between 16000 and 18000 annually is contrib uted by citizens tire total income be lug about 46000 The ineiKotor states that in addition to 1470 children received and the re r placiig of children who have been re turned to the home 2300 have been cared for since the organization of tlu society The inspector especially commends the work in the aid department in finding homes among the relatives or particuCar friends of the parents o the children He embodies a table in his report showing the cost of maintaining the work in Ohio and Indiana In comparison with the work in Ken tucky the summary being as follows Kentucky Indiana OhioV Number ot childrenV 2632 3032 5025 Cost of main tena nee t60OO 31600000 Average cost per child 1734 10351 The comparison se ms startling an at first unreasonable but one reason for this difference is due to the Inc that in lniiana and Ohio the work h done thrcugih a multitude of hOmos while in Kentucky it is done from one central pointV TO INSTRUCT NATIONAL GUARD Frankfort Lieut Paul B Malonc i f the 27th infantry stationed at For Sheridan lifts teen ordered to Ken Hicky to assist in whipping the Kf tucky National Guard into shape H will begin work in a short time anr will bein this state for severa nonths instructing the men and oK ers of the guard in their work Lieut ttalone has been assigned to the gen ral staff in Washington and will com o Kentucky during the interval ween tlie time he leaves Fort S beI lau and the time he takes up his won Washington Frankfort Judge J F Gordon wah he only one who could be found t itId court in Wolfe county All th thers were either busy or sick Thft 3 the first time since the new circuit curt act wnt into effect that such ondition has existcdV OIL DISCOVERED ON FARM S1cplctdrillOi1 has been dis overe un iv lards of J FL Miller fr Miller wilt organise a stock corn ally andbc r several wells A wet vas sunk llU vhre the oil has beer ourid and gas and oil were found uftae wall driller had no easing anf saltwater filled the wall and stopper ork ItjSVV VVMULE MARKET BRISK Franklin Trade in mule circles was specially brisk and foreign buyer itinaesd StM mules at an average of 190 per had SPECIALVVVJUDGES NAMED Frln fo via dgsitrd lFeB Bithurum of Somerset prcial ju gi 0 the We circult court at Qsmptoi and Ju ogeT FV Bitrft JvcC Oyyenoboro rocpi jude cf the Meacc circvlt CM to uke tba placeVf ffitdeShc1f afio dOVqVG ViIll JJ aj pointed Sareiv tL fE MiCa jinlIce OfVteV pence in Marfr VOUfltYFranktortGov WIHson TvlH cJled appointa ccubty j oe Pike c6xWy o Constipation is the cause of many ailments and disorders that male life miserable Take Chan herlaijs Stomach and Liver Tab lets keep your bowels regular and you will avofdthese diseases Fat saleby Chase 0 VDisV ChVVIdrnVV9rv FOR FLETCHERS C AS TORIAV- V VVVV J N1W TlNNteik t iikT ir eLuka Lea Edit6 8f 3stwd Tefij Vncssean Sbbures fbga =Nashville Term =Luke1 Lea won the United States semitorshiii in the ht before the legislature over the seat to be made vacant by James B Frazier At 10 am Mr Lea said he would not allow his name to be used At 1130 he gave his consent He was elected ait 12 30 Wlhen reIfusedumn and later two were changed giving him two more than the necessary 66 to elect Leas election came on line efeventlh ballot and after one of the most com plicated fights in Tennessee legisa tive historySLuke Lea will be the baby sena tor being but 32 years of age He conIes from one of the old 31l Tennessee families and is wealthy He is a graduate of Senvanee and began prac ticing law here 10 years ago Several years ago he and others founded the Nashville Tennesseean which later afosoited the Nashville American He served as dftorI NOVELIST SHOTV Supposed That a Character He Portrayed Offended Assailant New York David Graham Phillips author and writer upon sociological nrcblems was shot byV Fitzhugh C floldsborough a professor of the firing six bullets into the help less author Goldsborough turned his revolverUPOfl himself and sent a VII let plowing into his brain dying in stantlyVPhillips was hurried to the hospital where the surgeons said he might re over VChariton Goes BackVTrenton N JAfter hearing arguments on the application for a writ Qf habeas corpus to prevent the extra dition of Porter Charlton to Italy to stand trial on the charge of wife murder the United States circuit court dismissed the application and the de fendant will have to go back to Italy unless the supreme court reverses the decision Mrs Martin Given Seven Years New York Mrs Caroline B Mar tin who has been in jail for a long time under indictment for the murder of her daughter Mrs Ocey Wardlaw Martin Snead and who recently plead ed non vult to the charge of man slaughter was sentenced by Judge TenEyck in the supreme court Newark JN J to serve seven years in the state prison Victim of Melancholia St Petersburg The health of Em press Alexandra is again a matter of concern to the imperial family and her physicians Her Majesty suffers periods of melancholia The royal family is planning a long stay at Nau heim Grand Duchy of Hesse whore the emperor and empress might have the benefit of the waters Tobacco Frauds AllegedV New York1 A countrywide investigation which the treasury department has started has disclosed it is said discrepancies in the wrapper and filler statistics of tobacco imports front Cuba which have deprived the government of 3000000 to 5000000 annually for the last five years For Study of Pellagra Washington Because pellagra menaces the country and other disease are contributing to chronic invalidism and death the secretary of the treas ury asked congress for immediate legislation to permit the use of some ol the marine hospitals for study of infec tious and other diseases Fifteen Die in Wreck Cardiff WalesFlfteen passengers were killed or injured here when a passenger train collided with a coal train Three of the coaches were telescoped Established Girls Home Dayton OMrs Craig IcKerrcW of London England has donated 1000 for4he establishment a work ing girls home It is proposed to make it selfsupporting and governed entirely by the girls the donation being in tended merely to get the project under wayV Interred Twelve Days Rouen France Two workmen who were deeply buried in a cavein at clay pits of Vanesville on January 11 were rescued alive and well Since the acci pent comrades had worked day and lIght to disinter the men and some Hrpe agp Succeeded in sinking a tube through which food and drink were supplied themVr cotton Census Washington Cotton of the growth of 1910 ginned prior to January 16 according to the report of the census bureau was 11254115 bales counting round as half bales compared S787592 in 1909and 12686203 in 90aI Appeals For Peary ParlsDr Jean Charcot the French Antarctic explorer today tested an OUItrieaPeary the discoverer of the noripole f Do you know that fully nine out of every ten cases of rheumatism aie simply rheumatism of the muscles due to cold of damp or chronic rheumatism and require 10 internal treatment whatever Apply Chamberlains Liniment freely aridtSee how quickly it gives relief For sale by Chas C Davis O JLi m TO XL IA 8Ith Kd J ji i PINH HILLVtBra JoBSSfiiidhfc regular e PdlUtlliU J Rt t1VVpV here Simua MKs V ut jc Hargue is visiting htr sister Mr L G Fain at Lh ingstohr Mr and Mrs Uavid Gititongini OLMI Vernon iereVVV viis Alex Relsford at tIlts icetu L y Mrs Belle KiiJter lId thrVtttle daughters of Corbin viittdteL tives here this week Mister Ray McFerron fell front aadbroke his leg W ottvgim was in Statorttia e UIhUi1 ness GroverVV qBurr- WS herecalling on Iluit pret tiest girls Sunda Mixs LVulraV Lay was visiting relaites aLiv ingstnn from Fridq until Mirdav Miss Manha Buf n u isit ing homefolkjs here Sunday A1 ford Mason is on the sick list Lei Ion MeRIngue was iu Mt Vernon on business Monday Mrs Dolan AIVelchIC H Andersons schoolclosed here Friday EASTER CARDS FREE NOT CHRAP TRASH BUT iv BEAU 5V iIEurONEsV I want to send free to every reader of the SIGNAL 10 beautiful imported e bossed colored Easer post cards all different without any advertising on them whatever pfopteIjcairy at manufacturers prices If you prefer beautiful Valentine cards when writesay so you 41centspostage Address G Pres Dept 55 TJohnsnI Some 01 our Baseball or sit up and take notice after reading the following which was turned loose in the Qmncy ill Herald a short time ago The glassarm toy solders of this town were fed to the pigs yesterday by the cadaverous Indian grave robbers from omaha The flabby onelu ged Reubes who represent the Gem City in the ruh for the base ball pennant had their shins toasted by the basilisk eed- cattledrivers from the West They stood arouud with gaping eyeballs like a hen on a hot nail suffering the grizzle yaps from Omahato run the bases until their necks were long with thirst Hickey had more errors than Coins fianancial school and led rheumatic procession to the morgue The Quincys were full of straw and scrap iron They couldnt hit a brick wagon with a pickax and ran bases like pall bearers at a funeral If threebase hits were growing on lh back of every mans neck they couldnt reach them witha feather luster It looktd as if Amalgamated Union of South American Hoodoos was in session for work in the third deg ee The geezers stoodabout and whistled for help and were so weak they cduidnt lift a glass of beer if it bad been all foam Every hing was jejlow rocky wang basted Iitossed of doggie gamou The game was whiskered and frostbitten The Omahahogs were bad enough but the Quincy Brown Sox had their fins sewed up until they couldnt hold a crazy quilt unless itwas tied around thfr neck SAVEbTVYO LIVES Neither my sister nor myself might be living today if it had not been for trV Kings New Dis covery writes A D McDonald of- F etteville N C RV F D No 8 for we both had frightful coughs tli t no other remedy could help We were told my sister had con sump 01 Sheu very weak and had night sweats hut yoar w rder iul nvedioin ompleteiy cpred us both Is the est I ever used or hear F For s rp lungs cough colds hemorrhage la rippe asthma hay lever croup whooping cough all bronchial troubles its supreme trial bottle free 500 and St oo Guaranteed by Chas C Davis FOR SALltMV residence on Old slain Street Lot 97 feet wide and 327 feet ngnine room house with furnace two cellars good cisterns coal house and smoke house good barn and corn crib and plenty of fruit Call and see the property nd get prices VM L MYERS 6ct2itf Mr Vernon Ky TAKEN UP ritlaclcvniale hog weight about 9o Ibs white feet came my place about three months ago can bsn e sari bvpning all cost and damage G M Ciiti nsS Dec 6 3t f urrO J VVV 17 fW VV5V 1 Children Cy for Fletchers r Jj The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been in use for over 30 years has borne the signature ofVi and has been made under his per sonal supervision since its infancy Allow no one to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and ChildrenExperience against Experim- entWhat is CASTORIACastoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant ItV contains neithei Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverislmess It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleepVThe Childrens Panacea TheMothers Friend 6ENU9NE CASTOR A ALWAYS Bears the Signature of m i4 2 The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 YearsV77 =niL SAVING PART OF YOUR INCOME Is a good habit and one that should be cultivated by all carenil and prudent J persons but the fact that the comfort of your wife and children is de y peudent r n your earning capacity should not be overlloked and this earn ing capacity should be insured for their benefit The Participating Income Bond PolicyVt Affords ideal protection in that it providesVFirstA prompt payment of the amount of the policp in the event 3 i of deathVtotally and permanently disabled and your ability to p iSecondIf a living for your family isV destroyed the company cost to you will keep up your insurance or will pay the amount of the policyto vourien equal annualVV installments r 1 4TiurdShould you live to be seventy ryears old the ammmi rT the policy will be paid you in cash tints protecting youV VVagainst poverty and want in your oldage VV emmnwealth LifsIn sursne Company i HOME OFFICE Commonwealth Building 312 W Chestnut LOUISVILLE KY JD POWERS President MATT ODOHERTY Vice President DR J W GUEST Medical Director L G RUSSELL Manager IndustrialVDepartment DARWIN W JOHNSON Secy and Treas I SMITH HO MANS Asst Secretary and ActuaryVIDG ROACH Gent Agttt London wl KyVt- I Brush Creek Lodge No 6iF ECVWOfVAVOrlando KyI January 25 19 u Whereas we are again reminded of the uncertainty of life and the certainty of death by the sudden and unexpected death of our Bro A J Reames of Dudley Ky on ReIsJlvedReams our lodge has lost a true aud faithful Brother and hiwile and children a kind aridV lovinj husband and father his felluv citizens a peaceful law abiding member of the community wit was ever mindful of the welfau of his neighbor and who alwat manttesteJ a deep inteieai in tht improvement of toe comoiunuj in which he Ii ed 2nd That thus lodge extend ic his lamily and friends dadVreV lives our heartfelt sympathy ai commend them in their bereavt ntnt to Him the great constior- 31d That these resolutions b spread on the minutes ol our lodge a copy sent to the family of ie Ct aseH and be published in the MT VERNON SIGNAL tTHOSB Com 1ARVS Medicines that aid nature are always most efftciual Chamberlains Coujrh Reiredy acts on this plan Itallay the coughs relieve the lungs opens the fecretions and f ids naTure in resjorirg the system to a condition Thpus have testifitd to its superior excellenctj Sold b v XJhas C Davi- SVVVV I BUY AND SELL REALESTATE I have on hand at present some very desirableVfariningVlandsome mineral and timber laud and some town property its all for Sale come in and see me before von buy I will sell or exchange with you You will find me at the Bank of Mt Vernou A B FURNISH Mt Vernon Ky CASTOnJA Btbealj JUST PUBLISHED Websters NEW INTERNATIONAL Dictionary C Merriam Co Springfield Man surpasses the old International muchas that pililoudationthe reconstruction has been carried on througk many years by a large force of trained workers under the supervision of DrW T Harris former United States Commissioner of Educa tion andre nforced by many earnest special its Tke definitions hue been rearranged aai amplified The number of terms defined has bees more than doubled The etymology synonyms pronunciation have received asparing scholarly labor The language of English literature for over seven ceataries tine terminology of the arts and sciences and the everyday speechof street shop and Leasehold are presented with fullness and clearness la size of 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