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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ti iiJ Jio trry f = rlii Published Every r Friday 1 XXY Mr f1 VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY r KY FRIDAY OCT 6 2 LIYINGS OJV Marice Brown of East Berstadt v as in town Saturday J B Donnelv as returnedVfroiri Knoxville r Tenn where he Has been at tending the Appalachian Exposit ionMiss Nancy E Burdett wh6 has been the guest of Mrs Chas A Stanford has returned to her home in Washington D CMrs Henry Browning is on the sick list this weekMr and Mrs J r E Drummondwho have been with relatives hi Knoxville for two weeks have returned qomeA Pcnniugton was home from Mt Vernon Sunday J N Clark was in Winchester ew days this weekMr and- Sd john Griffin of Jejhco Tenn were here with friends between craws MondayMrs Maurice Jenkins and children are visiting relatives in Paris and Berea B Hagan and Walter Rice were in weekiEarlschool at Willianisburg and Geo Sambrooks a student of Sue Ben net School London were hom- eSundayDr and Mrs W A Brown after a pleasant visit to their daughter Mrs Chas A Blanford have returned to their home at Parksville the Dr seems to be feeling very wellfnd we hope he continues to improve Dad Pope is doing nicely and gets out quite often of late Mrs ANBentley of Louisville daughterMrs Buckner of Mars Hill N C is here clerking in the store of his uncle Mr Hamlin We have just received the sad JaleyMullinsdeceased which occurred Sept 25 in Kansas where she has been making her home the t few years Site was the daughter Ivlaretsburgand of Stanford The family have the Jt c I nui fJetflUu IVOLUME 1911NUMBERdeepest sympathy of her many friends Willie Gray is spending- a few days in Cincinnati Oscar Bryant is spending the week with home folks in MtTeriion Russel Proctor is filling his place as freight agent Miss Lula Nel son of Templar is with her aunt MissElla Stanley and will help her in the millinery storeMisses Lydia Cook and Eva Fish will go to Cincinnati Friday to be the guest of Miss Margarite McClary Miss McClary is there attending the conservatory of tnusicJ H Dickerson wac in Mt Vernohon business Monday 1 Joe F Olnary and family have returned from a visit to friends in Jellico Knoxville and other Southern pointsWM Owens the allaround man at the depot has been oft a few days taking much needed rest Bill is O K but would like to marry if he could find some old maid that suited himS C Franklin watch inspector began his quarter inspection Monday The following named gentlemen citizens of our town will be the boardof trustees C E Rice App Taylor War Hicks Tommy Jones Daniel Pon der No room to kick on these gentlemen They will do the square thingDr Clothier and family of McKee vere with Dr and Mrs Amyx last Saturday and SundayR B Sains of Lebanon is here looking out a l caHojWm Rider was in Berea Mrs Lula Durham and children of Pedow Ind have returned home alter spending several weeks with her parents Mrand Mrs JessPikeMiss Flora EarUPenn iunton has been quite sick the past week Dont trifle with a cold is good advice for prudent menaiid5 women It may be vital incase of a cXiid There ish6jthrng Jet ter than Chamberlains Cough Remedy for coughs and colds in children It is safe and sure For Sale by Chas C Davis BEODIfJBAJ Mrs J M Clark who has been quite ill is some better nowUn- ele Dock Woodyard has returned home after visiting his daughter in Stanford =Jop Albright has mov ed his family from Lebanon here Dr GM Frith left Monday Jor Louisville where he will finish his last course in denistryB C Anderson and son who bought J Thos Cherrys store house took possession last Monday W H Sowder moved his merchactile goods into the house just vacated by Anderson and sonad Mr Cherry moved his goods into the house vacted by Mr Sowder M ss Juo Eva Hilton of Stanford visited her aunt Mrs Susie Cherry the first of the weekTbeIHoly Roller meetirg still continues at Hiatt large crowds attend from here evry nightMr Tyce and family have moved into one of Mr Cherrys houses on Silver Street Mr Type will start a poultry he use z in the old Albright houseThe- wire foot bridge will soon be completed over Dixs River near the planing millLast Friday after noon Thos Evans of this place and Miss Sailie Laws were married at the home of the brides parents atIf ons Kentucky The bride was the beautiful daughter of Mr and Mrs Joe Laws who have lived here f r the past three years but a few week ago moved to Lyons The groom is a prosperous young man and Jjplds a good position with the L N R R They will make their home in Brodhead We wish them much happiness Mrs Mcllie Durham has moved from Silver street to Mr Casss ho se on the hill Mrs uaisy Hunt moved to the one she vacated Andrew Osborne the young m n wl o passed himself off as Chairman of the Board of Ed ucatk t hle addressing the Brod r vr f head Graded School two weeks ago thetrI to church but instead of going to foundIthe next morning at where he was arrested aitd retuned to the Mt Vernon jailj =W T Evans and family have ImbveS to Chicago Illinois C b ROCKCASTLE COUNTY COURT It Whereas on tho 28th day of Aug filed in the 1911 a petition was office of the County Court Clerk of s l Rockcastle County signed by 20 legal qualified voters the fifth magisterial districts of Rockcastle County asking a submission of the question whether tle or any species thereof shall be permitted to run at large in said fifth magis terial district of said county It now ordered by the court that a poll be opened ar eackof the votingprecincts or placed of voting in said magisterial district at the general election to be held in said district on the 7th day of Itbyem ber 191 for the purpose 1of aster taming the will of the voters of said district upon the question whether or not cattle of any specie thereof shall be permitted to run at large in said district L W BETHURUM JR C C Copy Alt S F BOWMAN C yR C C Cct 64t SP k AVERTS AWFUL TRAGEDY Timely advice given Mrs C Willoughby of Marengo Vis CR No i prevented a dreadful tragedy and saved two lives Dr had said her dreadful cough was consumption cough and could do little to help After many remedies failed her aunt urged her to take Dr Kings New Dis covery I have been using it for some time she wrote and the awful ccugh has almost gone It also saved my little boy when taken with a severe bronchial trouble This matchless medicine has no equal for throat and lung troubles Price soc and 100 TrjalJaotUe Tree r Guaranteed by Chris C Davis cmiciron cry FOR FLETCHERS ASTORIA i H H aeooeoreeeseoesoeeebooeseae eesoeeaseeeeoo eeoeosreeeeeeemseaeseet eeee eeee eeeeeea eeeeeeeeeee feeee eeeeeeeee e e se es e s It eee 0 OIII FAILItNlSiUUd r 8eo a vgi Ie- J jbee 5 rr e J j e V if e ee ee- ee t eor 41 e e a 6t w er e w ee s 00 e eel- e tI ee e 5 e WINPEEf ee- e a rc t a e e u e 1ijiI i SI Iqs0 e e9 SEE OtJR TLINEHJGH GRADE SHOES BEFORE YOU BUY Jse ewr f i i y BC 0 ir e e 111111e ere a1ir e dlJ I i Uli tv IVIbtJtt l c 1 vc2 X4 tfitl VMA Ii 0 y r34vihr a i eseeesee= eagees seeoaoe e l eaeeeaeaee e H sM isil Ms TtJrr M j n i II u r N ftt f i iriJIttP nU UIII- PRINT SHOWS THROUGH J r i SCHOOLS AND GOOD ROADS Three miles of Turnpike ii assured says Madam Rumor and the county officials By the was will some of our readers Rive the original of the word Turnpike Will the three miles of road be a model for future road building or a job for whats in it The price per mile as reported should build a good road where material is so near by and abundant Will ourbroad minded citizens proffer to contractors material and every facility with in easy reach for building the model road or shaH tax payers in remote sections be taxed heavily for assessed damages for material neededMr farmer are you injured or benefitted by sharing with your less fortunate neighbor who has no farm the benefits assured lo any community having roads Nuts to crack Which class the farmer or merchant derives more benefit from Good Roads which the- greaterbenefit the taxpayer or nontaxpayer CIA Poser Which is better for all time a burden come tax to build piece meal a few miles of turnpike in poorly developed communities or a bond issue that will secure at once means to secure good roads good school houses etc in all parts of the county at once To be more explicit It it better to tax the whole county for one three Qr a dozen miles of good road requiring a generation to reach all parts of the county or a bond issue bringing a sufficient money to improve sim ultaneously all the leading high l vays of the county Good roads in Rockcastle county twenty years ago would have put out of the way some knottya roliTemstliaton froYtlus property today in Mt Vernon and throughout tte county would be worth 100 per cent more it twenty years ago the roads had been what they should have been How is your school attendance fellow teacher in fodder pulling time Is the bean crop good in your deestrict Lets have an apple peelin next Saturday night and a set back party afterwards and join in singin- I von tgo home till mornin I wont go home till mornin r wont go home till morn n Until its broad day light Are there any Cricks in the way to and from school Do you ford them cross wise or endwise East Fork has one ford about five miles long Teacher at Hopewell fords it twice a week from Mc Clures toiBuddiH Rashes Again fellow teachers are you under contract to furnish fuel buckets brooms crayons etc see that the floor is regularly swept or are you depending on the school board to meet these ex penses What sait 1 the law Again How are your closets if you have th emandwhat is the sanitary condition that confronts and your children five days seven Once more dear fellow teachers lets stimulate our Spinal Column with an ounce per hr of optimistic enthusiasm and feel hat in arefhe best in the county Are you kicking or boosting your school your church your pastor Arp you cultivating generous and kind impulses toward your pupils your patrons and your neighbors in general regardless of religious or political affiliations r On the latter depeuds in a large measure as a usefulmember of society and a successful career as teacher minister or public ser= vant F i1innlhis we must prove failures more or less all the f ineIn hope of a briehterffutiire TOr out educational and religious activities these lines are penned Hopewell Sept 22nd V a CSTORIAFor Iflfents and Children The Kind Y QHaYi Always Bought dears then Stpatv r 5 a 1 i Established 1887 r h Children Cry for Fletchers v xxvxxvNVVSXVV CASTORIA The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been in use for over 30 years has borne the signature of 7 and has been made under his per y sonal supervision since its infancy thisAllofInfantsWhat is CASTORIACastoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregoric Props and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant Iteontalns neithex Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the t sleepThe n GENUINE CASTORIA ALW- AYScti Signature ofif f The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years Tr tl111f4111 111mmmmmtJmmmmmnmmnmttm I= tA1 VERNON MET DO iPRACTICAL UNDERTAKERS 3 FUNERAL DIRECTORS = AND EMBALMEBS =5 t IMt Vernon Ky =5 7 m COUCH METAL 1C CASKETS 3 CQffinsapdJRobes 3Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of work for the company Orders by wire promptly tilled Hearse sent to all points == E GEORGE OWENS Manager 3Office Mt Vernon Monumental Building PHONE llii fffffif iflfffffffflff lfffff riff fff f f fffly ff Ifl1 fillf fIl ffff it fff f ALLOUTDOORS INVITES YOUR KODAK I 200 to 5 00 ASKFOR u CATALOG i r Kodak means progressive pleasure the pleasure of tak WC i f the pictures plus the greater pleasure of possessing lJ g CHAS C DAVIS Ii LEADING DRUGGIST Phone 39 MT VERNONa p UON ABOUT YOUR a WATCH DOES IT KEEP CORRECT TllVEpV C IF NOT WHY NOTf If you are having any such trouble bout your watch oi clpc just turn it over to us and if it does not run all O lSiPwill cost you nothing We guarantee oUr work Give us a trial W d i3lkinds of solderingand repair work T i t jg FRANK MOOREri4 2 j a 5gs 4 A3VKrSC DAVIS 1ROG STORE Qf MT VERN NttY t 3 t 0 =2 I Ml VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY Oct 6 1911 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO tfdvti Using rates made known on application 4 MBMBHR OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION ii jt DEMOCRATIC TICKET SenatorEOLLIE MJAMES For Governor JAMES B McCREARY For Lieutenu Governor EDWARD McDERMOTT For AttbrneyGeneral JAMES S GARNETT L For Auditor HENRY BOSVVORTH For State Treasurer THOMAS G RHEA For secretary of State C F CRECEL1US For Supt of Public Instruction BARKSDALE ITT For Commissioner of Agricultuie J W NEWMAN For Clerk of Conrt of Appeals ROBERT L GREENE i AMONG the remarks made in re ft rence to newspapers the Lc ncas ter Record saysuWe sometimes bear of some person saying there is nothing in that piper we can read it through in two minutes Now we are well aware of the fact that one rain does not make a har vest neither does the opinion of one person make or mar a news paper hut we had rather have those persons who are wont to pass such such criticism to pause and con sider a moment befor making such a remark Do you read our ediII torial colum first coluni second page wealway sstrjve to put some thing interesting there and a peru sal of thrt column alone will con some more than two minutes or perhaps it is the personal column to which you allude Did we in advertently over look the last trip you made shopping to a neighbor ing city perhaps ojp society editor was net cognizant of your journev but had you telephoned us we would have gladelyrmade mention of the fact We consider it our wad are ahvaysglad to publish 3ttl giij s of you and ur irs a dIfl visitors you rl hsve and mention is izfs J rUtm ritHsyouroWtl fault fur it worldthe work of a moment to apprise us ef any little personal by pnone Or maybe it is the space allotted to our adt er Users which you overlooked Do you ever glance at the advertise merits in your home paper Per haps a closer scrutin of these teat ures would save you one of those little aljQpping trips yon take ida rrneighb4rigyou toJsome mail order house Try it onceany way it might benefit you II jobservations IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF KENTUCKY In the matter of James BankruptStanford i9n A meeting of the creditors oc the above named who has bt en ad judged Bankrupt will be held the office of the Referee Stano d Ky on th 14th day of October ICJM at oclock Asl to elect Trustee for the estate of said Bink rupt and for the transaction of oil t er business as may come before t meeting Comply with Sec57 01 the Bankrupt act concerning proof claims otherwise your claim ca not be aHowedIJ N Saunders Referee in bankrupt- From Louisville Evening Post For the impotant office of State Auditor the Republican party has nominated as an associate of Judge ORear Judge L W Bethuram ot Rooccastle county and the Demo cratic party has nominated Mr Henry Bosworth of Lexington The Evening Port has no disposition to say anything disagreeable about Mr Bosworth who is person ally an ami ble and attractive man but no elf ubt exists that the Republican nominee is for many reasons the best man for the placethe s c ond in importance upon the State ticket as far as the actual busmen of the State is concerned little iti any lest important than the o of Governer Mr Boswo th is a rough and eady Lexington politician of the dilly Klair faction He has always Jeen closely identified with the li luor tdt rests in politics and In 1901 wheSj as noV he was the nominee of his party for Auditor he eharatdwith entering into Eel JiaSj coinbinations with the liquor interests that in the end proved di irons to Democratic ticket M llosworth has hen Sheriff of rlrate county and a spoke in the hiair Machine that the voters Istxington repudiated in part two Y ars ago and will probably repu cjute in tull this fall Mr Bethuruni on the other hand js thoroLglxJy in sympathy with udge ORears platiom rind Judge Rears Jolides and ib himself filer jj equipped tcr this po iiion He fiis auianof solid characteristics s possessedof excellent judgement bv no means a corporation bait r and yet firm for the rights of the public in the matter of assessments and taxation The duties of the Kentucky State Auditor are numerous and varied atIn the fir t place the Auditor is at the head of the bookkseping system of the State Kentucky needs a shejmould promote a uniform system throughout the country In the actshas of the State Board of Assessments the board that fixes fran Stant and this is one of tl most important places in the Sta Ica playCf e f the revenues of the State appoints the revenue agents with au t lority to restrain those officers at checks up the payments of Sheriffs and County Clerks Mr Bethurutn is therefore a candidate for a State office t1 e importance of which has never been fully realized by the State and he is the best man for this position Republicantics Orear Adv it Coxs store and Proctors store jiunds just alike over the tele b hare teamffilefeated the Brodhead team at Brodhead last Saturday n to 7 Thejeatures of the were dlthTOMACN LIVER LUNGS itsweakestwhich maySnap socalled diseasoofDrPierceswhichhaveorgans digestion nutrition stomaellTakea strong a strong body GIVEN AWAYDr Pierces Common Sense Medical Adviser new revised Edition on receipt stamps thebookume Address Dr R Pierce Buffalo Each of the body is in the Chain o A chain is no stronger its weakest the body weak link in chain of at time Often of are also and may have stoma Bell and is free of to V N Y chief organs of the link Life than link the life any this other and cured flYu you sent pay iL OjI ftMELEFTIf gXle still have some few articles in the list of bargains q if tJe ktleft on our shelves We have made p ces in order to attract others and tho 23 who take kadvantage are the ones who will be benefited t r Lowcuts and pumps n paent leather vicitgun metal and velvet price cut one calf visas Shoes at prices never before offered by ths- vpr 4 ijAllMens 125 Hats for r TSc Menfs JooH H SOc B ydKoranI tlislistydPure J iyrash V Ht S B IcKEI Eiwj 1 MT V VERNON t KY i t3C3 q LAST NOTICE TO TAX PAYKRSV OF ROgRCASTLK COUNTY iVKet m or mv deputy at tne toiloving pb ces to settle y our tax f rllIItrove 9 A M to 3rMConway Thursday Oct 12 Abuey Owens Store r 3WiJdleClimax Monday ig Oilaudo vVednessluy I 18 Livingston Friday 20 Juhnette Tuesday 24 MuUins Station Thnrs 64xPongo WtdueMlay Nov T Lt el Green Thursday 2 Quail lIridayuBrodheail SaturdayI 3IThis is the lat notice All who havent Settled your tax for tgiIla will save time penalty and cost nieetingtat the above named places and settle T J NrcELV SRC Posi office hours at Mt Vernon post office areas follows Week days 7a m to 7 p ro Mai for night trains itiS4at 7 P miFront door of officevremains open fornccOmOdltionoflIhJ hours for general delivery is as follows 83 a Jo 930 m ti3o a m to I2jOpm 430 p in lo 5io p in toEder A C Griffith will preach t the the following places Wil monthof nnt sOhappel second Ss turcay Gum Grove third Friday Satur day and Sunday IFred Mullins and Ed Owens are holding things down in store and depot lor Bartlet Griffin Co at Mullins Station Try Uncle Sam I atl e x drink scts at Wallens Restaurant J y 7c D nnnnrn ftlfliltttltitl1tlltlfl11itt4iit4911tltltt4111tIIl1lif lt144 tt414ti1i1tlE111t4t 44tliil14s I GOING SOME I p 0 p d r p a l OF j a His key and His as the of the of HIS If He Is the the at His Hands VDr J Harry I h t November In making this announcement I feel it due to the people of this people are i lat and favor the enactment of laws the of r iu J its someJto of 3 the and in thjs of Ken all say atd I am state I can prove it Ill take in you the 3 IS ITHE FURNITURE MT KY 31111111111 lllllllllllllilllllllllll1111111111111lilllllllll111111111 1111111111111111111111111111illlliillll11 BOSWORTH THE FRIEND AND UPPORTERI THE UQU6R Read WJi Record Votes Thereon Shown by Senate Journal l910 Legislature Kentucky EFFORTS DEFEATED THE COUNTY UNIT BILl ReElected TemperancePeopJe May Same Treatment Hendren ySANNOUNCEMENT forStateandWhitleyr1911 1mei3rectiythattheSenate who governing sale subjectContinued Guess going have reputation selling BES- TFurnifure I HCarpets House Furnishings section tucky Thats what they proud to pleasure showing NEWEST thats NEW SMcKSMAN VERNON Expect mmmmmmmiw nntnHnnnnnnn WEMiA COlJNTS I thousandswof dollars = r largeManaccount may be = numw = rofw single dollars = modberate nA incomes f EIt ought to induce them to do something toward =accumulating a worthwhile provision for the fu ture =We maintain that a savings account at this bank au account in which the owner is REALLY IN 3TERESTED is an investment hard to beat = Yok- wAw w PEOPLESwPHONE 46 3 UUUUUUUUUUlUUiUUUUU UiiUUiiUUiifiiUiUiiiUliU R nHYJBThis bank is a home institution Our loans home are made right here at its institutionfllf onv safe Call and rwe gladlyplainthe many alvahtages of a checking account You will ahvaytf r=have a r iiihwill5S payment of the bill UU Yonrmoney it is safe deposited in this bank toyour credit If you car 3f stoiruComeilllTHE BANK OF MT VERNON yauu = INCORPORATED V EMT VERNON KENTUCKYfi7l UUU iUU1 UUU Ull n I Summer Goods Must jrGOJAVe will sacrifice every piece of Summer Goods in our house to get ready for Tall Trade Fall goods are V coming in every day and we want to make loom for them X r Come in and look through our stook of goods We f f can please you in price and quality j5 v LzL1SANDERSJCrab j QC JO ccj f r f1 J r Mr VERNN SIGNAL MT VERNON KY Oct 61911 79 Call op No 79 when yoiji wan I to Communicate with SIGNAL 79 0 4 R Ct TIME TABLE 22 north 453 P m 24 north 352 a m 23 south 1138 a w 21 South 1219 a TAS LANDRUM Agent Phony No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postoffice as secondclass mail matt- erPERSONAL Conn Brown was in Louisville f WednesdayJim was here from Berea Wednesdaj Miss Anii Fishback is visiting in StanfordTom was here Tuesday ditto Tom Bowels Luther Hamlin was here from Livingston Monday Miss Bertie Brock is with her sister Mrs E S Albright Mrs S C Davis is with relatives at Junction City and Shelby City Misse Willie Francis and Virginia Davis were in Orlando Sun dayJ P K Drummonds was up from Livingston a few hours Tues day Chas C Davis was in Junction City Friday evening for a few thou rs Robert Walter of Lane ster came over to help us out or our tuslu Logan R Hughes was down from Stauiord between trains SundayMr Mrs J B Reams of Dudley were in town Tueday shoppingChas Adams and sister Miss Estella were over from Berea first of the week Jack McMullen a mighty good citizen of the Bromo section was in town yesterday Mrs John Shepherd was very sick Tuesday being threatened with Septisaemia poison Miss Mae Miller has returned from a pleasant visit in Knoxville Williamsburg and Corbin- R A Sparks was in Columbus Ohio during the week on business tfor the W J Sparks Co James Durham the big farmer of the Horse Lick country was in town Tuesday on business A J Thompson formerly of this county now living near Denville was here this week Miss Ida May Adams has re turned from a trip to California ver much improved in health Mrs A H AlcFerron and son Frrd ot Pine Hill were with R- lcFeru and family Sunday U Cyde Watson cBrodhead w 3 ue guest of her sister Mrs F L Durham Saturday and Suu QI tt number from here will iTord tomorrow evening Use Hon Ocar Uuder d j eak- A i Furnish was in Cincinnati td y to see his brother who i n the hospital having under gone an operation W H Miller is suffering from a scratch received on his right arm It was thought at first it would develop blood poison Shirley Tate and Robert Harry Miller two of Mt Veruons best young men are taking a course in the Louisville College of Pharmacy After a week pleasant visit to the family of their brother James Maret at this place Mrs Ann E Hackley and Mrs Belle Cayce re turned to Lincoln County Monday Mrs Fred Cothierwho has been with Mrs C C Davis for past three weeks has returned to her home at Lexington Mr Cloth- Ier came up after hei and the babies Tuesday- S C Franklin began his second quarterly inspecti on of watches and clocks for L N at Living ston Monday A record is kept os the names and numbrspf all watch movements and cases and variations to the second Copies of these records are sent std chief ns ectors ttiqi k aijjf PRINT SHOWS THROUGH ii ea V1pA L Rev Shelton Masters of Corbiu Is conducting meeting at Buckeye t is week He is a son of the Rev J W Masters Hubert Niceley of Berea a former Rockcastle county boy was here Wednesday representing a Cincinnati Clothing firm Dave Talent and family former re idents of Southern part of this county has returned from Spokane Washington where they have ben lc cated during the past three years LOCAL Blue Serge suits for men from 5 to20at FISHS NKW PnONFJ f Adam residence White street No 45 I The Womans Club will meet with Mrs Adams this evening The new pews for the Christian church are in and certainly are beautiful Soup hot soup and everything good to eat at VAL LRNS Restaurant We have some genuine bargains in wens clothing Sutton and McBee The Christian Endeavor Society will have a business meeting to night at the Christian Church W M Bullock sold to Soly Doan 9 head of cattle and also sold to J H Bullock one 2 year old horse for 9000 The teachers of the First Edu cational Division will hold a meeting at the Graded School building Saturday Oct14c Look for program flndHfturtber announce ment next week Hats HatstWhen 1tt town dont fail to call on Mrs Cleo W BroiHanMftlhe hashta hat already trimmed to suit you in color wilaYtrim you one you watt j- OPE LING Ladies Suits Monday October 9 ereaHouse will have a man show Ladies Suits and Skirts and take special orders We invite you to call Monday October 9th Sutton McBee It has been suggested that the following ticket would be a good list for board of town Trustee to be voted for at November election C C Cox S B McKenzie F L Thompson Jr W H Fish and W G McBee all young business men Tomorrow promises to he a big day here for the boys in the Rock castle county Base Ball League A doubleheader game is scheduled to be pulled off here on the Jones field between Brodhead and Mt Vernon The Wildie team will play the wiuners First game will be called promptly at 130 p m This may be your last chance to witness a game this season Come out and give the boys a boost Ladies admitted free N ate Evans who learned the teelgraph business at depot hereunder Jra many years ago and who was afterward train dispatcher at Zonesville and Columbus Ohio and later at Knoxville writes from St Joe Missouri where he has been doing insurance business since last February for ten of the leading companies under the firm name of Evans Brown Nate is making a success at the business his railroad expeience quite a help in his new work Miss Alice Manor end Gregory Thomason surprised their many friends Sunday by driving to hope well and being united in the holy bonds of matrimony by the Rev James Barnes Mrs Thomason is the eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs Luther Manor of West Main St this city and Mr Thomason is a prosperous young farmer of the Chestnut Ridge section where they will reside The SIGNAL extend to them its best wishes for a happy future One of the biggest surprises sprung on the people here for sometime was when it was learned Sunday that Dr Lee Chesnut had taken unto himself a better half The now Mrs Chestnut was Miss Bessie Hiatt daughter of Andy Hiatt a prominent farmer of the Oak Hill section They were quietly married Sunday afternoon at the home of the bride with only a few friends arid her family present Rev M G Fish was the officiating minister They have taken rooms in the Cox building until their new residence on Williams LSQs finished FPRL ZiS j i Anyone intereutei in second- handI furniture will call at Miller house 98tf Some one borrowed a set of rubber type fromjm so ne time since Kindly return it to telephone exchange so it can Lt loaned to others awhile The attendance at ths three Sunday schools here on September 24th numbered 264 A pretty good showing for a town of noo population and indications are that tile number of attendance will be greatly increased The Hou Oscar Underwood of Bermiiigham one of the Souths greatest statesmen andan Orators of National reputation will speak at Stanford tomorrow evening ati 730 in interest of McCreary and the Democratic ticket Our telephone exchange advises ts that some improvements have been made on swichboard and requests that all telephone users RING OFF when through talking It thereby improves the service- D nt forget it please Mr BonMr Bob is the title of a two act comedy to be given at an early date by local talent the proceeds go to finish paying the balance due on the new pews at the Christian church Some of our very best talents are taking a part and the intertainment promises to be especially ood Watch for announcement later as to the date- Italy and Turkey are at war It is hardly possible at this late date fQat it wiljkreach that stage called a holy war Turkey is marked for dismemberment and division between the European powers Let it comesThe merchants ofI Mt Vernon are not at war with- Safch other but seem to be battling against high prices Read theirI adds in SIGNAL J i When sickness in the Editors family occurrs which takes us from our work or on any old occasion where help is ueeded for items from fiftv to one hundred lines our old stand by James Maret former editor of SIGNAl never fails u He is right there with the goods and his work is always readable and interesting to our readers The Baptist protracted meeting proved quite interesting and was largely attended Services were conducted by the Revs Jaggers and Duke A number of additions to the church was gained Eight was baptized Sunday afternoon There were other additions by letter Much good was accom plished and the Baptist members as well as their friends in other denominations are much pleased at the outcome of the meeting By an ordinance passed by town board some time since the appointment of a town marshal lies with the board of Trustees acree able to this the board to be elected in November will have the ap pointing of Marshall on first Mon day in January Owing to the different views taken In the matter as to the legality of present board it is probably there will be some fpnr or five candidates offer to be voted forat November election Uncle J Henrv Fjsh has just had erected to the grave of his mother wh died seventy six years ago a fine monument at the Hiatt Lury ing ground He is now baving one exactly like it erected for himself in the cemetry at Crab Orchard Uucle Henry is the youngest of four children living whose ages range from 791687 The others are A T Fish of W il die W C Fish of Paint Lick and Mrs Julia Azbill who resides in Lexintgon Uncle Henry gets around as well as he did mans years ago- There are but few instances where the young men of Mt Ver non have not made good in all the lines of business and pro essions in fact asa rule Mt Vernon is away far and ahead in the general average of any old place on the lace of the globe in the number who have and are accomplishing something in the world Yet there are a few who have had all the opportunities to do and be some body yet have failed to do any thing at all approaching i suc cess Hookworm probably has something to do in some instances and the raising of children with out teaching them to work are the causes of most of the failures in life Learn them to work no mat ter how much the t parents own or ex ecttoown r II iE jF r KKi f EDj iX111 W M Bullock traded W H Bullock a mule to property in Mt Vernon FARM nOR SALE 250 acres more or less situated in Boyle county nine miles S uth West ot Danville Ky A splendid farm for corn oats or blue grass Lies on the pike from Junction City to Lebanon and is in a stone throw of the L N R R As I shall be away 1 refer anyone to A Haggard of Brodhead KY The farm will be soldata sacrifice Title perfectly good W T EVANS Octv6tf Brodhead Ky Listen dont be mistaken and think that I intend to havea public sale I am only advertising to sell privately and win Qot sell publicly Call any time you want 16 buy and I will sell you just what you w ant on easy teens Tract No i isSacres 4 miles South of Mt Vernonvw5thih fone mile of tbenew pike ttftii is now being constructed Remember this is the coal Jand Tract No 2 144 adjoining above track gs Tract No 3 244 acres androS additional 6 miles fronir I1Vr non The Hansford stindwill sell part or all of tIps tract Tract NO4 250 acres 8 miles lllGreenTract No sr no acres sold I also have two complete stores for sale and one complete saw mill with band saW and grist rocks W M BULLOCK Hansford Ky M l tc w1- IAItnnT atrt s iMiisaflflji swmi fnnt = NEW FALL SUITS READY How do you like this style at 15 Its a suit that any man would be proud to wear substantially tailored and trimmed perfect in fit choice select fabrics One of the many new 15 Specials i to be had at this store The best suits made at the price othiCI IPHONE THE PLACE TO GET YOUR HAT Do you want the latest style in hats then call on MRS CrjGO W BROWN Dont throw your good money away by buying oldoutofdate clothes Buy at Fishs and you get the newest thats new Fresh candies ofaU kind at Wallens Restaurant Announcements have been received here ct the marriage of W ofItbiSon twelth inst Miss Cecilvisited Mrs R W Dyche last Christmas and mode man I friends here For the last six weeks at each Sunday evening service Rev Geo S Watson of the Presbyterian church has preached a specially prepared sermon dealing with a Young Msns proplems These sermons have been very interesting and large crowds have been in at tendance at almost everyone of these services Rev Watson if a practical every day man and he is having a wonderful influence over our young people with whom he is very popular both as a man and as a minister Contractor E A Chilton is progressing nicely with the new pike He has the grading about completed and will soon begin putting on tone CryFOR ASTORIA c 1t III UHDBJSTAKBB II Ourliiie of Couch Caskets jI is unexcelled Handmade Coflinsfurnished- Hearse rs sent to all parts of 5s the County jjij All orders by Wire Promptly Filled llf W A Phone94S COXIjl r f I DR HENDRENS ANNOUNCEMENT Continued from 4th page j The 25th Rule adopted by the Senate at the instance of Conn Linn and Thos A Combs created a Committee on Mines andI mininginwas Mr Joe F Bosworth The number of bills which were intro sleepbyCan the voters of the Seventeenth Senatorial District afford to send Bosworth back to the Senate to again betray them onv tliV County Unit Bill We say NO I Bosworth is a whiskey man is not in line with his party and is opposed to the passage of the County Unit Bill Ishe bigger than his party Again we answer NO Dr J Harry Hendren who is an Independent Republican candi date for the Senate is an outandout County Unit man Vote for him and vote for a man who will work for temperance legislation and thereby rid the district of whiskey which is responsible for ninety per cent of the crimes cofnmitted in Southeastern Kentucky- At a meeting of the Womans Christian Temperance Union held in Pineville Ky September 6 1911 the following resolutions were offered and unanimously adopted WHEREAS DrJ Harry Hendren of this county has an nounced himself an Independent Republican candidate for the State Senate in the Seventeenth Senatorial District of Kentucky composed of the counties of Knox Whitley Laurel Roekcastle Pulaski Jack son and Bell against Joe F Bosworth Republican nominee AND WHEREAS Dr Hendrens record both in private and public life on the whiskey question has always been right AND WHEREAS It is a well known fact that Mr Bosworth is a toql of the Liquor Ring of Kentucky and is thereby an enemy to the good women and the Temperance cause of this Senatorial District AND WHEREAS It is a well known fact that at the meeting of the last legislature Mr Bosworth did all in his power and did by Jiis vote help send the County Unit Bill to a whiskey committee of which he was a member and which committee did not report the bill to the Senate for passage AND WHEREAS At the last local option election held in Midtdlesboro Ky Bosworth worked for and didall in his power to retain the saloons there NOW THEREFORE be it resolved first that Bosworths acts and deeds do not in our estimation make him a fit representative of the good people of this district second that we commend Dr Hen dren to the decent lawabiding people irrespective of party of this district as a man well fitted to represent this district in the State Senate and one who will not misrepresenfrhis contituencyandwhoIf will vote for the County Unit Bill first last that we earnestly ask both the Democrats Republicans and people of all political parties of this district to join with us and help rid this district of this nefarious liquor tool fourth that a copy of this Teso ution be sent to all of the Womans Christian Unions in this district and then special aid solicited in the fght1ortetnPer Erance fifth that a copy of these resolutions be printed sin gall the papers throughout this Senatorial District MRS J H SHY President MRS T R WARE Vice President If ItMRSMISS CYNTIIIAYMRS LUCY HOSKINS jHMRS LINNIE ELWOODr j1 VIRGINIA G SON or i i L MRS SARAH T RICKARDS i 1 i VOTE FOR DR J HARRY HENDRO 1 r A The pnlycandidate on the untyUnitPla t t form on November 7thv iYi i 1 f r 7 y r i- I =J DR UENDRENS KNNOTiNtiiEt fr Continued from 2nc1 page such as win give to the people ef the entire count an oppbrtUility to say by their ballots whether liquor shall be sold in their county f or not and I shall vote for and do all in my power for the adoption of a law known as The County Unit Bill I also favor the enactment of a law giving State aid in the con struction and building f Good Roads in this State I am in favor pfjtny legislation leading to better educational Advantages and will Vote for any measure looking to that end I am in favor of and will vote for a direct election of United States Senators by the people I am in favor of a square deal for the laboring man and willvot for any measure to better his conditions I am in favor of a direct Primary Election law to nominate can didates for State District and County offices payable out of publi funds under the proper prescribed penalties regulating same there bv making merit and qualifications the standard of candidates instead of boodle and bossism This will place the nomination o c candidates for the various offices in the hands of the people insteac of party machinery On this platform respectfully solicit your active support and influence in my behalf J HARRY HENDREN ANNOUNCES FOR STATE SENATOR sJndependeJ1tPopularrf We carry in this weeks issue the announcement of Dr J Harry Hendren as an Independent candidate for State Senator of this die trust Mr Hendren was born in Madison Kentucky and i 18 years old He graduated at old Center University in 1854 gradated at State At M College in 1897 spent one year 1898 in th United States Geological Survey one year 1899 on the Pacific coast He is also a graduate from the Hospital College of Medicine Louisville and is a member of Ashland Lodge No 640 F and A M Mt Vernon Ky member of Mountain Lodge No 189 Kof P Blanche Ky member of Board of Control Pythian Home Lexing ton KymemberofState Medical Society member of 1 O O F Big Hill Lodge No nie Ky and has lived in Bell coun for the last six years Dr Hendren is a citizen of the highest typ and exemplifies it in his eyeryjday life Tnousandsticks On page II January 4th after the election of Pages of the Sen ate Lieut Gov Cox President of the Senate vacated the Chair whereupon Geo H Peters Chief Clerk of the Senate took the Chai and announced that nominations were in or4erfr President pro ter of the Senate Mr Thos A Combs nominated omn as a suit able person to fill tkis office They took the vote and he receive 26 votes in the Senate whereupon the Chief Glerk declared Mr Lin duly elected President pro tern of the present sessionswho took th oath as required by theConstitution of the Commonwealth On page 12 on the same day Gus Brown proposed the follow lug resolution Be It Resolved by the Senate of Kentucky that the Chairma of the Senate Democratic Caucus and the President pro tern of thi appointCommittealso prepare and adopt a set of rures under which the Senate shal operate and do business until the next succeeding regular election o tke Senate in 1912 They are further authorized and directed tc appoint such standing committees as the rules may provide for which standing committees shan continue until the next regular ses sion of the Senate in 1912 On January nth page 92 of the State Journal MiC Combs oi the Committee on Rules presented report entitled Rules of thi Senate Frankfort Kentucky January loth 1910 By this repon the rules of the Senate are fixed by which the Senate is to be governed in the transaction of business and they fix the power of the Lieut Governor the presiding officer of the Senate and take froir the presiding officer of the Senate the power to appoint all standing committees Rule i4 is as follows The following standing committees each to he composed of five or mote Senators shall be appointed by the Committee on Rule- heretofOt provided for by resolution at the commencement of the session arid no standing committee shall be changed unless in com pliance with a resolution introduced by the Committee on Rules RuleS of the said rules reads as follows towit Nohihlshall be put upon its final passage until it has been printed for the useof members has had two readings and has been reporte to the Senate with either a favorable or unfavorable recom mentation from the committee which had it under consideration Provide that the Rules Committee shall have the power at any time to call from the orders of the day any bill or resolution and pro pose the game to the Senate for considTtionandshould the Senate decide by a vote to consider it it shall be immediately put upon its passage The Rules Committee is further authorizedand shall have the rightat any time to call from the other committee or committees any bill or resolution in their hands and have the same advanced to the leading to which the same may be entitled Any report or expres sion of opinion from the Committee on Rules on any such bill reso lution or measure may be and shall be in lieu of the of an committee having had under considerationany such biltresolutiort or treasure Whenever a committee fails or refuses to return a bill before set out or fails or refuses for an unreasonable time ar io Senate it may be called up by any Senator and y v m the same manner at is would have been con t Ld b n reported by the committee Action upon all ar n o the Senate without either a favorable or st ty jmmendation shall be held to be indefinitely post h auiary I rth page 117 when 1rIin President pro tern caad the famous report in which the power of the o ncer of the senate was taken from the liands of the Lieu y not and placed in the hands of the Committee on Rules t following J Sto defer action on the reporttiron proposed an amendment by way of a substitute that tae do now reject the report of the Committee on Rules putTheaffirm ative And the yeas and nays being ordered thereon by Messrs Linn and Wyatt were as follows Those who voted in the affirmative Arnett BM VV Salmon R M Beard P J Graham J C Smith J T Bertram E Grifgby B C Taylor G A Brown Gus logg E E Thdmas Claude M Brown R JJJaI118 G T TJqhtnorDr B M Burnam A A J Vice JehnL CUr ton NatC Pritchard J R Watkins tJ J 22 DbwMng W E ThoSe who voted iij the negative were Arnett L WCo bs Thoa A Pyari Mark Bbaworth JOG P Linn Conn Taylor E M 4Ctlett J R NagleChas Wry tt G T 11 Chipman N B Newcomb R D The question wasthen taken upon the adoption of the substitute and it it was decided in the affirmative And the yeas and nays Jbeing ordered by Messrs Linn and Combs were as follows i Those voting in the affirmative we e 4rntt BY Grah mJc Smith J T Brtram E Grigsby B C Taylor q A Mown Gua 9gt EE Thomas Claude H wn RlBl Janria G T Tlcfierior DrJB F Cureton JJat C Pritchard JT WatkinS JrEton w V Salmon n B Wyt G T 21 Those votingon tIe negative were ChasWBMidBoeworth Toe P Downng W Et Ryan Mark UtJ1 Lihn Cowl TaylorEM12 TI3FADEDr u a k Mf V4U1TIOQII 16 t6Rtt1l1d i ii OrtMtotP 6f MlV Linn tlf hi1iiI that tH8 feOiVdtti uktblL fififiSS fof ted iHiniites The yeas arid n iing Ordered thefeo by Mr Cureton find MrlTatkins wer hs follow Those whti Abted in the affirmative were Arnett liti Cbltibfl Thos A r Ryan Mark Arnett L W Dowlirig W E SaInen Jt M Beard P J Hogg E E Tayltir M Bosworth Joe F Linn Conn ThhenoVDr B P Catlett J R Nagle Chas W Wyatez 11 ilChipman N B Those who voted in the negative ere Bertram E Graham J C Smith J T irown GusGrlgsbY B C Taylor GA trown itii Jarvis GJ Thomas C1atlleM lurnam A R Oliver A JVice John ureton Nat C Pritcuard J T Watkins JJ 16 laton W V i The Republican party in its platform in which Governor Will on was a candidate declared in favor of the County Unit Bjll This record of the Senate shows that on January 4th 1910 in qs message to the House of Representative page 46 of the State ournal he recommended the passage of the County Unit Bill On page 58 of the Senate Journal January 5th Senator Vice itroduced Senate Bill No i An Act to amend Chapter 21 of the Vets of 1906 entitled An Act to amend Section 2560 of the Kentucky Statutes it being a portion of Article i of Chapter 81 of the Ken ucky Statutes entitled Liquors Intoxicating On January I7th age 180 the followingpairs were announced in the Senate Mr Hil ard Smith with Mr Bosworth Mr Bosworth if present would ote against the advancement and passage of Senate Bill No i while vlr Smith if present would have voted for it if it had come before he Senate Senate Bill No i was introduced to regulate the traf c ir Kentucky and with a view to carrying outthe recommendation of Governor Villon for the extension of the County Unit Bill as an amendment for the extension of the County Unit Bill as an amend n it to Section 2560 of the Kentucky Statutes rThe record shows age 140 of the Senate Journal that Conn Linn Thos A Combs lark Ryan L W Arnett G T Wyatt HermanJX Newcomb and foe F Bosworth were appointed by the Senate as a Committee on Xules and on page 146 of the Senate Journal Thos A Combs J R Catlett R L Hubble W E Bowling C W Mathers Joe F Bos worth N B Chipman Mark Ryan and Chas W Nagle were the Committee on Religion and Morals On page 221 of said Journal is Senate Bill No i which is an Act to amend Chapter 21 of the Acts of 1906 entitled An Act to amend Section 2560 of the Kentucky Statutes it being a portion of Article If Chapter 81 of the Kentucky Statutes entitled Liquors Intoxicat ng The president pro tern of the Senat referred said Bill to tIlt Committee On Religion and Morals The Senators named below ob ected to the action of the president in referring said bill to saii ommittee and appealed from such action on the part of the Presi dent to the Senate Signed CLAUDE M THOMAS JOHN L VICE J J WATKINS Whereupon the President pro tern of the Senate vacated the Chair and designated the Senator from McCracken c9unty to pre ide over the Senate pending the appeal Mr Combs moved the putheresident pro tern sustained and the appeal not allowed Amon he Senators voting to sustain the President pro tern of the Senate nd refer said bill to said committee of which he was himself a mem erandyotiilg in the ffirmatiye was Senator Joe F Bosworth sGc JournalSenate the classification of cit is and towns was introduced by Mr Bosworth to change the classi- c tion of certain cities and towns in this state On page 88 Mr Mathers introduced Senate Bill No 44 it being n Act to amend Section 2560 of the Kentucky Statutes entitled iquors Intoxicating otOn page 394 it is shown that the following pairs were an ounced Mr Bosworth with Mr Hilliard Smith Mr Bosworth if pres nt would vote against the advancement of Senate Bill No 44 while Ir Smith would have voted for it Onpage 397 Senate Bill No 44 An Act to amend Chapter 21 of he Acts of 1906 entitled An Act to amend Section 2560 of the Ken ucky Statutes entitled Liquors Intoxicating On page 398 the President of the Senate Lieut Gov Coxreferred this bill when in roduced to the Committee on Kentucky Statutes Mr Bowling excepted to the action of the President in referring said bill to the 44beruled that Mr Dowling was out of order Mr Bowling gave notice fan appeal from the decision of the Chair Said appeal when reduced to writing is as follows The President of the Senate having assigned said bill No 44 to the Committee on Kentucky Statutes which is identicalwith Senate Bill NO1 which was referred by the Senate to the Committee on Religion and Morals therefore we the undersigned hereby appeal from the decision Qf the Chair Signed WILLIAM E TJOWLING N it CHIPMAN On page 723 Senate Bill Noi An Act to amend Section 2560 of the Kentucky Statutes a bill relating to Intoxicating Liquors same was reported without expression of opinion Under the rules heretofore adopted by Conn Linn Chairman and Thos A Combs and recommended by them further action on said bill was indefinite ly postponed On page 724 February 12th Mr Thomas moved that Senate Bill No i be advanced to the orders of the day and the question being taken thereon it was decided in the negative and the yeas and nays being demanded by Messrs Linn and Cqmbs were found to stand 14 in the affirmative and 16 in the negative Mr Bosworth voting to keep said Senate Bill No i from being advanced to the orders of the day On motion of Mr Combs the session of the Sen ate indefinitelyAsserting was sustained by the President of the Senate on the same day Lieut Gov Cox sustained him Mr Thomas called Senate Bill No 44 but of the hands of the Committee on Religion and Morals to which said bill had been referred The President ruled that said billshould be placed upon the orders of the day Mr Combs and Mr Hogg gave notice of an appeal from the decision of the Chair In accordance with the rules of the Senate the saidappeal was reduced to writing and then read by the Clerk and was as follows The Chair having decided that Senate Bill No 44 had been in the hands of the Committee on Religion and Morals an unreasonable length of timewithno report thereon and having heldthat the Sen ator from Bourbon county could call said bill from the hands of said committee and that said bill is nOw in the order of the day the undersigned prosecute an appeal from the decision of the Chair therein Signed THOS A COMBS1 V E E HQGG The President of the Senate thereupon vacate4 the Chair and Mr Conn Linn President pro tern became the J rtidiQgQffica of the Senate pending the appeal The proposition vas put Shall the Chair prevail as the judgment of the Senate lrhe question being beingdemandedP J Beard and fifteen otlTf making sixteen votes to sustain the Republican Lieutenant Governor Those voting on the negative side of the question were eighteen in number of whcItL W Arnett was first and Joe F Bosworth ctfpjjd On page 783 Mr Bowling R1o ed that further consideratio nate Bi1lNo 44 be indefinitely postponed February 23 Mr ling moved the prevlous question on said motion SenaJeBtllNoi The qtiestion being taken upon the adoption of th substitute pro yeasandArnettj and u others voted in the affirmative Those voting in the negative were Mr Joe F BbsvortH and i4 others MrDowljnjfj I t f1 t lbeing aeirUwded by Mr Thoffifis and Mr Doviing Were as initoW Th8s6 voting in tlia affirmative were PI Bosworth and1 fifteen1 8thers and those votin lit the negative were Mr Arnett and li atlVeFs Mr Linn moved to reconsider the vote by which the Settle had adopted said motion Mr Linn moved to lay said motion on the table and the question being taken thereon it was decided in the affirmative The yeas ami nays being demanded by Messrs Linn and Thomas were as follows Those voting in the affirmative were Mr Joe F Bosworth and fifteen others those voting inthe negative were Mr Arnett and eleven others Mr Bosworth while elected as a Republicanptatformthe while in the interests qf the key On page 139 January the 12th Mr Conn Linn of the Commit ee on Standing Committees made the following report We the undersigned in obedience to a resolution heretofore dopted by your Honorable Code authorizing and empowering us o appoint the Standing Committees for the present session of the en ate would most respectfully report that we have to the best of ur ability Discharged our duty and hereby report the following tanding Committees towit On Rules iJliUHH npHBHThoslark Ryan Joe F Bosworth rf L W ArnettJHSRI On Religion and Morals Thos A Combs Chairman J F Bosworth J R Catlett N B Chipman R L Hubble Mark Ryan WE Bowling Chas W Nagle C Mathers MiningRH H Smith B M Arnett B Brown N B Chipman Mark Ryan W E Dowling JT Pritchard On page 942 February 28th there appears the following- Mr Line of the Committee on Rules proposed the following amendment to the Rules Iln view of the great number of bills now in the orders of the day and the number going into the orders of the day eachsucceed ing day and in order to make more certain and specific when YOUt Committee on Rules shall exercise the power of calling up bills and resolutions for passage We your Committee on Rules hereby recommend that the Rules be amended altered and changed only so as to read that said Rules Committee is authorized to exercise the exclusive right and privilege of calling up bills and resolutions and proposing same for final passage during the last twelve days of the session Nothing in this rule shall be construed as an abridgement 01 curtailment of any Senate Rule now in effect Signed THOS A COMBS MARK RYAN jG T WYATTci L W AR FTT JOE XBOSWORVPH On March 1st page 960 when the hour arrived 4p5 speci31or ders Mr Bosworth was one of the number voting tqsusta1l1 ai amendment to a rule offered by himself and other members of tlu Committee on Rules On page 1023 Senate Bill No 337 An Act to amend Chaptc 21 of the Kentucky Statutes entitled An Act to amend Section 256 of the Kentucky Statutes entitled Liquors Intoxicating same wa reportedwithout expression of opinion and under the rules of thi postponedOnMorals of which Senator Bosworth was a member aided by Con Linr Co had put to sleep all the local option bills that had bee offered at the instance of the Committee on Rules Rouse Bi No 30 An Act to amend and reenact an Act entitled An Act t amend An Act entitled An Act to assign the cities and towns of thi Commonwealth to the classes to which they belong was called u JoFwidening the teqritory in which the County Unit did not apply Un der the law as it stood then the County Unit did not apply to citie having the fourth class but by thii act to make matters doubly sun a number of cities and towns none of which had the populatio required by Section 126 of the Constitution of Kentucky which pro populatiOlfourthclassto 3000 population were transferred from the fifth class to th fourthand from the fourth class to the third none of which had tl required number of population By this bill the cities reclassifie were removed from the effect of the County Unit Bill and under recently decided case in Pulaski County the case of Griffith V Powell in which the city of Somerset in said county vas transferre from the fourth to the third class hada population of onl the city of Middlesborough in Bell County which was transferre from the fourth class to the third class hada population of onl 7305 and the city of Corbin Whitley County was transferred fror the fifth to the fourth class when it had a population of only 2589 when under said decision which can be found in 136 Southwestern page 625 it is more important now than ever hat the temperanct people have a man irt the Senate who will be governed by the Con stitution and the law and not permit the whiskey people to furthei enlarge the territory and transfer cities from one class to another satisfythe ROYAL BAKING POWDERAbsolutely Pure The only Baking Powder made from Royal Crape Cream ofTartar NO ALUM NO LIME PHOSPHATE Dont Suffer I aA been troubled a little for nearly 7 yearsa writes Mrs LPlncherlnalettec from Peavy AlL but I ww not taken down until March when I went to bed and had to have it doctor He did all he could for me but I lotJlO beer I Curtail over and I could not rut At Jut I tried CarbH aid won I began to improve Now I am in very good kealtti an4ableto do all my housework ICRDUIT t Tonic I You may wonder why Cardul is so successful after other remedies have f lledThe answer is that Cardui is successfui because it is composed oJ scientific ingredients that act jcuratively m the womanly system It is medicine for women and for women only builds strengthens and tstores weak and ailing women to health and happiness If you suffer like Mrs Fincher did take CarduL It will surely do for you what it did for her At alt druggists vmi LatIUAdkorrD t1iooii Medklae CocattaooTcnaIe- rbHM1Mka 1IeeThaestforWoe1 satkse I r r = IoGt t I The handwriting of a people var ies from age to age The writing of one country may be easily dis tinguished Irom that ot another Public ownership is popular in Canada The Government has just taken in hand nearly 200 grain elevators at various points in Manitoba Evtry inhabitant of Great Brit ain and Ireland consumed last year imported toods to thevgliiMis of27o8at least iht yr average per capita l In the processiou Ot L4 in New York six their shoulders a bat feet long Another big loa iug 200 pounds was df wagon by a pony Omaha has a popiuai about 25000 voters u adoption of the moderv ion form of governmem polls 5ooo voted for La4 2000 ogainst it while some 17000 did not care enough about the mat ter to vole either way DEAFNESS CANNOi bi CURED by local applications as tht cannot reach the direased portIon of the ear There is only oue way to cure deafness and that is by constitutional remedies Dearness is caused by an inflamed crn Jition of the mucous hDlngI the Eustachiau Tube When ttis lube is inflamed you have a run bling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed Deafness is the result and unless rhe inflamation can be taken out and tnis tube restoaed to its normal condition hearing will be destroy cd forever nine cases out of ten ire caused bv Catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condition if the mucous surfaces We give One Hundred Dollars or any case of Deafness caused y catarrh that cannot be cured iy Halls Catarrh Cure Send for irculars free F J CHENNEY Co Toledo Ohio told by all Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for constipation Paris held an unusual festival in he year 1797 Its object was to honor oldagethe grandmothers ind grandfathers of the tamil circle A great deal of time and uoney was expended in public unctions tending to show the ieverence and esteem in which old people should be held Brag- is a good dog Holdfast is a bet er one Going to tichool in New York City means the movement of a Urge army The children who entered the public schools number ed 700000 and their teachers 18 oo Those entering private schools not yet opened will total 50000 Besides college men there are 125000 students now at work in the night schools of the city This makes more than a nillion New Yorkers in her various institutions of learning DotorYou have been badly hurt and I must give you an alcohol rub Cull Are you sure I am not interinhlvPNEUMONIA v left me with a frightful cough sue very weak Ihad spells when Icouk hardly breathe or speak for 10 to minutes My doctor could not help me but I was completely cured by DR KINGS New Discovery MrsJ E Cox Ill SOc AND 00 AT ALL DRUGGISTS HimYou are the breath m life HerDid you ever try holding your breath IS THE WORLD GROWING BETTER t Many things go to prove that r is The way thousands ate trying tp help others is proof Among them is Mrs W W Gould of Pittrfield K H Finding good health by taking ElectrIc Bitters she now advis sother sufferers everywhere to take them For years rsuffered with stomach and kidney trouble she writes Evary medicine I used failed till I took Electric Bitters But tbis at remedy helped me wonder fully Theyll help any woman Theyre the best tonic and finest 1iv rand kidney remedy thats made Try them Youll see 500 at Chas C Davis Mr Jinks What a trusting little woman Georges wife isl Mrs JiuksYes She has never been married before Children Cry FOR FLETCHERS i CAST OR1A i tr