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Digital page images are linked to the text file. lr i Published Every Friday1t 3- Lfll VLIIVIS l lN VOLUME XXV MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY DEC 1911 NUMBER 10 o i CHR1SiMASTtME iS Coming iiiiandOldSaiataawiHsoon be here f tft it n 1 See rr jIL t 8 r trn Lr J h tl r L rA t t w TCMUar Ric9P Handsome Cut Glass 150 to 400 Hammered Brass = 25c to500 Dresser Mirrors 100 to 400 Some handsome of China 500 Large pair of handsomely decorated Vases 100 Manicure Sets LOO to 500 Collar Boxes 50c to 250 Rolls from 50 cents to 250 iJYt L iL 1i + 2YSvahSdS j G C to f j I ti i E IPhAIt Fi y i c f y t- t 1IJW lr t 39 f x 2 ollmlsiueSllaslloeelaesElsllaollls slsllllllallelllellalslet aeooero oee eeseeeeeSNHe o e ee ere H ereerr erect ereelere err lre erer rre ereea eu-a ee eel lN ol- Soo 0 DOWN DOWN Jell- loo e t loe Se l looS aSe le 00c Lr0 leeoe povit11 Sryf1 iSeS See o l I ihGlisSo s lee r j 5ileS legS iil0e Suits If lee S Vera Suits T J I E CQ Jc jAll Iy We are to every Suit in our in next 30 r And to that end we have cut the price on r our entire stock Every Suit is 1 of cost as we must make room when we make we have values the most cannot I 113L vr 25 and 830 pisand SI55Q e Eel IfN eeliw H illlSt l4ly pieces Music Popular Copyright Books 50IrBoys Series 25c 75c Tod Books 5c to 25cr ABC Books and Block JOc BIBLES BIBLES BIBLES WPaddedALL OF BOOKS ceAs11c ivisryitf Druggistn peesooooeooeaeoe oeooese DOWN CRASHl5ee ILiS Womens fine Tailored SUITS fftdetermined sell house the days slaughtered regardless gYouannouncement aggressive competitors equal I vALUES OVERCOATS KINDS 17J0 I Suits 1750 and S1850 ee seteo ol af eel et see ee0- y oS 4 el rneeYMyely e e yel-e l j reelss i t eels oS- z oS l- is iteesp a reel 11111 II S i us e 1 MIXTUREStu 9951 Suits L J E BEAR ARE A FEW PRICES THAT WILL START THE BALL ROLLING 11 gel HAVE SOME EXTRA GOOD JI SI Overcoats 75c oor 1250ana 1300 S PIsUUroe 795 gel WE HAVE SOME EArR tlet1 VALUES IN OVERCOATS eel r r i s k5 J E tr SUTTON o MCBEEIf aI r 1 e1 a NOeee rect ee ee sseb we e e k1 t rof Established 1 jo Toys Toys Toys Toys Toy Trunks Toy Wagons Toy Furniture j Toy Banks Toy Guns Tov Stoves Toy j ir In fact found in j Toyland Dolls Doll Beds Cradles Toy i Engines and Iron Toys galore Yf- i PHONE XX3C rereo5 Washboards everything DEMOCRATIC AND FAIR Itwould appear that the favorite sons who are attempting to de feat Congressman Helm are start ing off badly The platform adopted at the State Convention stands for the primary method of making nominations it was ratified at the recent election by a over whelming majority and is now the party creed The question n tur ally arises would net those who will disregard or attempt to evade obligations ofa State Platform also refuse to respect the pledges f a National Platform Just alter the election the Interior Journal called attention to the fact Lthat there was on foot a movement to precipitate a meeting of the district committee for the purpose of calling a snap convention to nominate a congress ional candidate before the legislature could meet and enact the promised primary law That they tried to get together enough ot the district committee to effect this callfor a meeting was shown when a part of the members of this con gressional district committee were meeting at Lexington to attend to the Carroll matter and an effort was made to get the other mem bers of the congressional com mittee who were not members of the Carroll committee and not concerned in the Carroll nomina lion to come there This attempt was what started the action in Anderson county The Chairman of the Anderson County Committee is not a member of the Carroll district committee but is a member of this Congressional Committee as are the Chairman or Shelby and Spencer When the Chairman of the Anderson Committee mindful of our partys platform obligation found that he and other outsiders were wanted at Lexington h e smelt a musec ll dthe pre duct members 6f liis county corn mittee together told them that he was about tpljeaskedjlo vote for a eotivep r instead of a pri m ir y for the nominatiqn of congressman ani askeU them to instruct him These rprecinct committeetneu 1Mr o 1887 r L ti L i rs ey J r l oonsidelruig the interest of the party superior to the interest of any candidate in spite of the fact that they had a home candidate who they knew wanted the con vention voted by a virtually unan imous vote to instruct their chairman to vote in all district meftings for nominations by primary instead of convention because as they explained and as the Chairman heartily agreed the party stands committed to that method and to do otherwise esoecially now in advance of thtf legislative meeting would be tc plainly set aside the party will evade the law in advance and cheat out cf a vote the democrats who have Del n promised th primary method The action o the Anderson Committee demonstrates due regard for platform obligations and sets a good exam pie for the other counties If it is being sougath to getany other county chairman in this district to so misrepresent his party and county the precinct committee men and every democratic voter in his county should hold up his hands in doing what is right fair and democratic It has always been considered by the people1 that the candidate who opposesa primaryadmits his weakness and they will be slow to place confidence in the candidate thaI doe not heed the obligations contained in his partys platform BRO MO r Building seems to be the go in this section PR Shutts is con structing a nice residence which is progressing slowly on account of isoldolsc erecting a liouse JimMc Kinney js also building a residence Sheltotr Poynter was up from Plato Ky and took home with him Mrs El C Stephens to teach his Children privately this winter Ad L Pope remains a candidate f9rn a r triontfj Corn gathering i5 the go initbispartrrListen to tbe weddIng ti l1st next week 7r n lBRODHEAD Thanksgiving Entertainment The Thanksgiving Entertain ment given by the Brodhead Graded School Wednesday night ivas quite a success in every i respect A splendid was rendered in which programmeI ot the pupils pupils showed bv the way in which they presented their parts that they were well trained and the teachers should be complimented for their splendid work and the manner which everything went off The opening address was given by Prof C W Wright in which he spoke of the origin and the meaning of Thanksgiving comparing this with former Thanksgiving The following Programme was rendered Thanksgiving Song The Good tOld Pumpkin Pie November Crowns If Every Stars an Angel W T Brooks and Pearl Newland Piano Solo Anna Cass Topsy Turvey Piano Solo Miranda Tate Uncle Peters visit to the school Piano Solo Rlizabeth Gravely Contet of tie Nations Brownie Drill Solo Edith Moore Arabellas poor Relations 4 Piano Solo Elizabeth Tharp Good Night song and tableau LIGHTNING KILLS FEW In igo6 lightning killed only 169 people in this whole country lightfuiilgThe chance of death from liver kidney or stomach trouble is vastly greater but not if Electric Bitters be used as Robert Madsen of West Burlington Ia proved Four doctors gene him up after eight months oL suffering from virulent liver trouble and yellow jaundice He was then comoletely turtii by Electric Bitters Theyre the nest stomach liver nerve andz a t kid leg remedy and blood pur fieo Chasi C yt t L MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY DEC i 19II Published every Friday IJiEDGAR S SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR 1001 T4dVtZSi7ig rates made known 0 application M1MBIR OF KENTUCKY PRI SS ASSOCIATION TRic J c There is nrich sp iiliiHI a tr who willle named iv Pnsiccnt fit t Otil Ui Jttl de Justice Harlan u n the Supreme Court bench Insistent ten Vid viII lit nit e thtt the Presilii qaoi it a liw ol uiiqnestio d projiesiv ideas atil a mm V n is kin tvii to 1 ee from corporation jffi innon lJ ih Dem or it and przr ve Republic n s tinios will intimate to hiu I if uti sbilitv ui e r confirm u n a nominee of fe criohay uteas ir outSwere to be named Gois I Ins it Mnt the new rnfnibr ul the court will come froui ill cahine an those men tione1 are Atmrn General vjick ersham ti st butter Secretary ofStite IOK il isecotary 0 Ci iiiirrce and lyibor iael 0 thee Secretary N gel conside ed tohe the teSt c uce havnp been previously mentioned for z pIke upon the bench ilk rei niLe in Missouri by many in o u i lud 10 make him eligible Having only three member up on the Supreme Court bench at present Chief Justice White anr Justices Lurtorf and Lawn the Democrats insist that anothei should receive the appointment Most promiuent among the candi dates of thispntar Solicitor General Lehmann a native 0 Iowa and District Judge Gordoi Russell of Texas- Progressive Republicans nrj the selection of Senator Keuyoi of Iowa and his name will probabl be given careful consideration the Pjesident who is said to favoi a candidate ol this caliber It is definitely rumored that th Presjru nt will do Attomey Genera Wickti ham the courtesy oi offer ing the judgeship but that it will be declined Ultimately tin choice may he fur a New Jerse man The circuit which include ieuus4 Kauia Delaware and Ne- tJerev not represented on tin Supfeae bench However friend of he western men named will no ithx their ffits lmmedhelyutoti his return t P Washington from his Westeri trip President Tdft will considei the qualifications of the variou eligible candidates in order tha confirmation of his appointinen inignt bo secured irom the Senau immediately alter tnat body is ii session permtiing the new justice to take his seat after the Christina recess rbwiJi be in time to allow him to sit in the important Interstate Commerce ases which involve 4heconfl ct of constitutional pow ers between the States and the Federal Government in the matter ol rate making These cases imebeen set for argument on January 8th The appointiii of Cecil V- ilic the genial edi or of the L fi m rset Times a sistant Insur 1c Commissioner By Anditr r Iect Henry M Bosworth is a deserving honor pibperly bestowed J M Bwnrth certainly owed the r htu1 giaittude ior no uie oiud harder Ao secure the gI nomination of the Auditor and the fr Min Qt whole ticket in the 4 fiual race than did the editor of IktileTimes May his new field of labpr prove blessing and joy tta liira Butterflies in countless number hive invaded Rouen France They are ofall sizes and colors S vanning around the arc lams of the city in myriads they are said at a little distance to reemble s heavy snowstorm The invasion is attributedto the abuormablly hot summer experienced by the 4isWct r3i t ET U- l OFFICIALS VJSlT FT THOMAS Hopes Are That Beautiful Post Will Be egarrisoned as Result Ft Thomas Soaring are the hopes or the residents of this vicinity whc are in favor of the government reservation in Fort Thomas being reoccu pied by troops as Inspector Duncan of the department of the lakes and two assistants were at Fort Thomas inspecting all the buildings and the rifle range along the Licking pike Since the departure of the two men of the Second infantry Fort Thomat has been a replica of Goldsmiths De serted Village and was left to as thE author said the destructive mole the inquisitive owl and the festive rat Only one man has beep seen inside this beautiful post that being Caretaker Yeager who has charge ol the buildings When the inspectors were making their inspection efforts to obtain in formation regarding the future of this beautiful reservation were futile ThE inspectors refused to answer anyques tions It was hinted by one of then that it is the intention of the war de paVtment to send a battalion of thE Seventh infantry which is now in thE Philippine islands to this post as soor as they arrive in Frisco the first the coming year May Make It Recruiting Station It also was hinted that the war de partment intends to make this a re cruting station for this section of thE country The little post at Columbus has for the past several years beer used as a recruiting station but ha since been abandoned and the troop sent to Fort Benjamin Harrison Ind If the reported intention of the win department is carried out Ft Thomas will be an infantry recruiting statioi and preparation school Ft Thomas is said by army officers to be one of the most picturesque res ervations in the governments possessions Lieut Gen Nelson A Miles retired once referred to the local posl as The West Point of the West This name has since clung to the mous post- DISCOVER OIL AND IRON ORE Georgetown That Kentucky if rich in mineral products has lonr been a conceded fact but untoldricb es may be the lot of two millers ii Scott county who run one of the plo neer flour mills of the Bluegrass rc gion When the waters of the Elkhon are low at the establishment of Grac Co there is so heavy a deposit c oil that the water can not be seer the oil appearing to actually seep on of the rocks About the banks ther aas been found a black powdery sut stance of which the owners have take a quart to state college for analyst This has proved to ba pure iron N further developments have as ye been made All about Gergetowi large quantities of phosphates hav been found These are largely use as fertilizers Barytes has been dir covered in such large quantities tha capitalists have come here and lease land from Harrison Smith Al G Crumbaugh and other adjacent farms BYRD TO ASSIST IN PROSECU TION Lexington A Floyd Byrd of this city the prosecutor who made a state wide reputation prosecuting the noto noun Hargis clan in Breathitt county has been engaged to go to Pwhuska Okla to assist the coiqmojvyealfh it prosecuting Baker the slayer of Elvis Wilson a former Kentuckian fron Wolfe county murdered there severn weeks ago C B Wilson the son of the mui dered man who has employed Byrd writes that there has not been a conviction for murder in Osage county where the tragedy occurred sinc the territory became a state The trial of Baker is set for December 6 CROWS VICTIMS OF STORM PerrvIlleThe terrific windstorn which swept the country performed novel feat five miles north of her on Chaplin river There is a large Edar thicket near the banks of th Chaplin in the Stewart neighborhoo where thousands of crows have roos 3d for years and it was in this thickf that a farmer discovered hundreds crows scattered over the ground ft vestigation showed that the ston had blown them against tree an fences CAVEIN DELAYS WORK OF L N BarbourvilleIt now looks like th laying of steel on the L E ext sion of the L N Railroad Cos lin through Perry and Letcher may b delayed by the long tunnel just belo Hazard known as the Hazard tunpel There has been a serious cavein ir this tunnel and this has postpplieo the day of its completion The othei two tunnels below this one will be fin ished by December 15 and will not de lay the work of laying steel Steel is now being laid fifteen miles below Hazard KENTUCKY GIANT DIES Paris John Conner knojyn as the Kentucky giant is dead at his home near this city at the age cf C2 years His death was due to paralysis Conner was 6 feet 6 inches in height weighed about 240 pounds and was possessed with almost super human strength During his younger days he is known to have performed feats of strength that were unequaled isUCh as pulling a twohorse wagon loaded which taxed the strength of two anmals to move When our feet are wet and cold Jtd your boJy c tilled through from exposure take a big dose of Cham hErlains Cough Remedy bathe sour feet in hot water hef r going o bed and you are almost certain to ward off a severe cold For sale by Chas C Davis Children CryFO- RrFLETCHERS CASTQR IA- r j i fla CUPIDS ARROW HITS JUJ Little God of Love Plays Franks an Defies Jurint- sLcuisrilleCupid being a juvenile naturally might be expected to put in an appearance at a gathering ol judges whose business it is to try youthful offenders but it was hardly to be expected that while on trial such n young culprit would while away the lime by committing fresh offenses against the grave and austere jurists who were considering his case Nevertheless two of the judges who have een considering youthfnl follies at e ccnvcaticn if Juvcnio Crur udges and Officers of the Middle ostern States which adjourned tote niive fallen victims to Dans ar JWS Judge Roscoe C Tarter of Somer ct who presides over the delibera Sons of the juvenile court of that city ins married to Miss Maude Craig Iso a resident of Somerset by the lev Dr E L Powell at Dr Powells partments in the WeissingerGaul ert building Sheriff J M Weddle- f Pulaski county acted as best man or Judge Tarter and signed the mar iage bend when the license was se ured at the courthouse The wedding of Judge Tarter and Miss Craig was the second affair ol the kind to occur during the conven ion of juvenile court judges in Lou sville Theflrst marriage celebrated was that of County Judge William A Caskett of Meade county and Miss Earle McIntyre of Brandenburg which was solemnized at the Willard hotel NEW TOBACCO CROPS ON SALE 215000 Pounds Sold at Prices Rang ing From 3 to 17 Lexington The loose leaf tobacco market opened here Sales were held at five of the six warehouses The sales aggregated 215000 pounds The general appearance of the new crop shows some improvement over the 1910 crop although it is decidedly lacking in high color The red tobac cos in the new crop show a much better complexion and the character more to the liking of the buyers There seems to be less green nonde- scrIpt stuff in the crop than last year hence less selling under 4 and few piles sell under 3 making a better crop average Some fair to good crops sold at to 10 and a few lots rau as high as 15 to 17 the latter being the top notch at this sale There weuo fancy high colored tobaccos on sale and anything wiSh a show oi color attracted special attention and brought out keen bidding All former buyers including the American Tobacco Co were on hand and buying with new ones added With the liKe ihood of two large manufacturing ac counts not heretofore buying in this market which are said to be repre sented here Lexington will have the est and most extensive buying repre entation of any market in the west JURY DISAGREES IN MURDER CASE LexingtonThe jury in the second trial of fhomas F Dolan for the mtu der of Patrick Mooney was dismissed by Judge Kerr without having reach ed a verdict The jury stood it is said nine for conviction and three for acquittal Foreman J Hub Prather C E Railey and A J Lovely being given as for acquittal Of those who were for con viction seven were for electrocuti and two were for confinement in the penitentiary for 21 years Dolan was returned to jail and argument for a renewal of the bail will be made ARRESTED ON CHARGE OF MISUSE OF FUNDS Mt Sterling George W Miller postmaster at Fagan Menifee county was arrested by Deputy Marshal Lewis and brought before United States Commissioner W od here when he was released on bond Miller is charged with misuse of postal order funds and was removed from office He is an old man and stands high in this section When Miller was apprised of the shortage he promptly made it good and claim ed that he thought he was entitled to the money and that ignorance was the cause of his trouble MAY BUILD TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Scott County Growers Are Discussing Plans For On- eGeorgetownWhether they are to have a loose leaf tobacco warehouse in Georgetown in the near future rests with the tobacco growers of Scott county The Burley Society of Kentucky are willing to convert the old tobacco warehouse into a modern uptotheminute loose leaf tobacco warehouse on the condition that the peoplethat is the poolers of Scott countyare willing to support it FAVOR LOUISVILLE PLAN LexingtonAt a conference of representatives of the ductional Jnter ests of Kentucky clUes of the second class it was decided to present to the legislature practically the same bill for reorganization of I the public schools of secondclass cities which was defeated before the last legisla ture This bill provides a public school system similar to that recently adopted in Louisville It is believed that this system will meet the re quirements of the local conditions POSTED We whose names appear below strictly forbid any kind of trespass upon our lands any one guilty of same will be prosecuted to the full cjTGus Staverspn Mrs Josie Deault Jj HYsinger V i1 az NOTE1eOJ92b NEADOWBROOiDiThFARN j y1it411 td1 i Use care w thsratoriThe farmer ilfalling the winter j r Cold milk will not separate as completely as warm milk A suffering frozen hog or pig cannot be making profitable growth r Fall is the best season for planting all deciduous trees and bushes For best results separate the milk as soon after milking as possible Locate the separator ona solid foundation in a place free from dust fhe soy bean has been grown very little north of the latitude of southern Iowa Having secured a tester and learned how to use it weigh the milk and test it Cows afflicted with the disease of abortion convey this disease to their offspring The mare wlth4he fall colt should be kept most oj the time in a roomy warm box stall tr c Concrete vats in the milk houses ore reasonably heap eternally durate and highly sanitary on Early autumn is a very trying ti e the ewes on the account of the shortage of pasture If the farm as a wholedoesnt pay make some part of ita garden spot for gardens always pay Never breed a nervous highstrung sow that is always ready to jump and lun at the drop of the hat Besides the white grub thrre are several other pests which trouble the roots of strawberry plants All breeds of iogs look good when taken care of all of them will yield good money if rightly handled Owing to the scarcity of hay and the high price of all kinds of grain farm ers having plenty of straw are fortu nate Drafts under the floors should be prevented by placing boards over the openings and then banking with straw or chaff The germinating power of the mid dIe kernels oftaheaiotcora is much stronger than that of the tip and butt kernels i No matter whether the corn is bought of saved from your own farm it should be stored In a dry well ventilated place to A good ratign for rams during the breeding season is oats bran and lin seedmeal with such fodders as rape the vetches and alfalfa Prepare the soil for your bedding plants which are to be planted next spring You cannot take too much pains in preparing the soils No man that is inexperienced should undertake the business of raising hogs unless he expects to make a study of it and to profit by his mistakes Better run a dairy without a dog than have one that is irritable to the cows Many kicking cows are caused by the dogs nipping at their heels Sheep that are well kept and fed dur ing the fall season so that they enter the whiter quarters in thrifty and vig orous condition will keep easily over winterIf are a beginner with sheep go slow until you have mastered the dustry As in poultrying or any other like business experience is the safe sure teacher One of the most general methods adopted for cooling milk is to place the cans in a vat containing water which reaches a point slightly above surface of milk This years sprouts may be pulled from the peach trees with ute hands if it is done this fall when It should Be which v il save cqns5derabe work next spring Z Cleanliness in handling in strain ing and in separating the milk is a thing that cannot be too rolLlot sit adhered to tor prevention is thekey wordto quality in all dairy work I bad been troublecUjviJh constipation for two years and tried all of the best physicians in Bristol Tenn and they could do nothing tor me writes Thbs E Williams Middleboro Ry Two packages of Chamberlains tomacrf and Liver tablets cured tie For sale by Chas CDavis CryFOR OASTO R 1 A a= 5 = Li tLV IWIi inn nnnn ntHtnnHnnnHlnnnnnu HHt HrUH ttHH tHtHtUtnn1t1nntn nnH1 = 6ONIOMt I L 1J KY 7 n UIUi A w OONNBHOWN AF RNSlI l Brown Furnish n Realty Co We do a general Real Instate business handle town and farm property do abstracting and pass on titles Tf you want to sell list your witn us if you want to propIII can save you money = =There is a fahibu grapevine ear Cumberland ledge in the Gret Park of Winds r England the pride of the loyal family Itsbearing th s year about 6no fit e hunches of black Hamburg grapes the bunches weighing about five pounds each ASTORAFor The Kind Ynu Have Always Bought Bears thodSignature cf r Aw mans smile seldom mears what a ravii thihksitdoesv One good thing about poverty is the taxes you dont have to dojge Ii wonder whit th doctor aw ys wivts you tostici out your tong Ut vV II Possibly tcut short a lot of gab my den Hbgwaliovv Ketiekiat- The ballot Ixjxts for HcgvvfiljoU and vicinitv heing in use at present for something else UK voters uter in the State election Tiiesdiv b holding UIi heii hitds When tIt couut was over it ttz4 nl inre iCI1 that McCreaiv vVOulc1 i e ele t dt an overt helming m j it r heidi voting fur hm i cpr r c postn7a te who hada isina excuse Iis the highest type of womanhood SriJt S Emulsion is the highest type of curative food IThe nourishing and curative elements in Scotts Emulsion are so perfectly combined that babies children and iaU are equally bene fiUl up- Be sure to get SCOTTS Iit the Standard and always the best DRUGGISTSI 1117 n ft t iJL a Gtess itt s going some g to have reputation of sdfing the BES- TFurniture Rugs I Carpets j Iand Huse Furnishings in h S section f Kentucky 0 That s what they all IIsaval d I am proud to g I can prove it jIll take pleasure in you the LWLST thats NEW MKNzThErFURJl1RE MAN MTVRO1 lUHUU1U1U1HHU UHUUU1HUU1HHilUUUU1Ul LUU U1HHUUHUU1H1UH1UUUHll t s1tttt1ttti1tt111ttI1tt tttt1 t11t1ttt11tTt1tt1tt1ttttt1ttt IWE RAVEe IACCOUNTS Itgj i j = F3-g As small as a dollar as large as thousands of dollars 1 0 fcji s rAnd npmatter liolargeah accountl niajibiB s 5 we realize thatit is made upof a certain num ber of single dollars = r This fact ought to encourage those who earn mod Eerate incomes r Iti ought to induce them to do something toward 3 L accumulating a worthwhile provision for the fu 3ture E We maintain that a savings account at this bank an account in which the owne is lEALi V 1K TERESTJED an investment haw to be EIiLi ii d i= s= llN FiEOPLE3 BAN KI g p PHONE 4C 3 = HHnlHUUHUU UHHUU1Hl lUUHUU1U1UaUU1UUUUl re = nnt n n tntn itnn tUtH = ntn io1T InstitutionberetIII 2 This bank is a home institution Out loans are made right = home to our good farmers and business men It is a home institution Z yr for our home people We will pay you good interest on your idle 33funda Make a deposit and then pay your bills with your personal jF check It is very simple convenient and safe Call and we gladly ex = plain the many alvantages of a checking account You will always E have a receipt which cannot be disputed The endorsed check which v will be returned to you is incontestible proof ofthe payment of the bill S3 ISJ Yom money is safe deposited in this bank to your credit If you car jry it in your pocket or leave it at home it may be lost or E Come in and let us talk these matters over with you stolenI nlTHE BANK OF NIT 3INCORPORATED r3 E MT VERNON KENTUCKY Jill itl111 1111111111 11 111111 11111 ts- i f DeQe 8D x x IF YOU WANT A l cr Q tfSIJITIOFICLOTHES i f wBgasSe 1 Without an equal that insures aJit cofnV It foit and duf ability t a trial will convince we maE the price ndseII the goods W iigxfax L L SANDERS SIP GRAB ORCHARD KY joi3 1 l t j n iVllNON SIGNALI IMVEi NON KY DEei i lI I Z9NO79beDIocate wuli SIGNAL 91 OIi A R So TIME TABLE 2ucrtn L 453 pI4 nortn 352 31 south v II38 d1 n South 1219 am lAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Ml Vnion Ky Postoffice seromiolasR moil matt- erPERSONAL F B Endiepit the piano mans a here this week Miss Etta Moore was up from Brodhead Saturday Will E Smith was beret from Middlesboro Monday George Rogers WPS here from Cartersville Monday Judge an6 Mrs R G Williams are here for a few days Little Mina Bess Dyche has been very sick for several days Paris Sowder has moved to the Kincef properiv on Newcomb AveMiss Nola Jones spent Tanks giving with bomelolks at Vin chester Will Thompson and Miss Eugene Fishback have been visiting in Stanford DrBradford Warren of Bee Lick was here Monday on business F L Thompson Jr went to Lexington to witness the foot ball game yesterday WrH Fish and Flovd Miller are in Lexington and Louisville for a day or two Profand Mrs Roy E Rader of Burr were with Mr and Mrs G M Ballard Sunday Word comes from Indianapolis that Miss Mary Maxwell has a seer at ack of typhoid lever Gene Taylor Jrwhobts been Mjftermg frotnleer for some tris isiunoLgiapidly- o1 and Mrs Havry Weber of Louisville spent yesterday with Jurlge and Mrs S D Lewis Misses Marie and Bertie Brock and Ethel Baker of London are guests of Mrs E S Albright Miss Lavinia McGraw of J nciion City is the attractive vis tor of Miss Elizabeth Adams Walter Wallen of near Crab O chard was with his brother O car of this place for a few days John Shepherd left Monday 4forLebanon Junction to accept a position as brakeman for the L N Misse Amy Proctor Emma Davis Rae Hunt aid Elizabeth Gentry spent Thanksgiving in Brodhead Miss Edith Oskamp of Wyoming Ohio is with her sister Mis t Marion Oscampat Langdon t Dormitory JMrs A 0 Sowder is very sick I and s been for several weeks suffering fro l1 a severe attack of r rheumatism Master William Britton enter- tainedr all the little folks last Monday evening in honor of his r third birthday c Mr and Mrs Bragg Thompson and Mrs Hal Holman of Crab Orchard are with Mr and Mrs W M Ppynter Miss Susie Thompson of Mt Vernon and Miss Ella Thompson of Boyle are guests of Miss Hallie Brown near Lancaster Interior Jouinal Mrs Chas C Davis left Wed nesday to visit Mrs M L Myers at Winchester and will go from there to Lexington to spend several days with Mrs Fied Clothier Charley McKenzie who has gone with C M McClung Co is at home for Thanksgiving He will be in1the house until Jan ist to learn the stock at which time he will go on the road Judge L W Bethurum Hon E B Thompson Circuit Clerk Hugh Miller and Dr D B South rd were in Louisville Tuesday in the interest of the candidacy Of representativeelect E B Thompson who is a candidate for ivihonty 4ea er of the next Ken t ttcky Legislature rm Mnlhns took the Comb IJohn at Lebanon yesterday Shirley Tate and Robert Harry Miller are at home for a few day The Brodhead Dramatic Club will give an entertainment at the Brodhead Ran Monday night December 25th Mrs Della Rowzee and little Daughter Pearl Thomas will leave in a few days for the west on the the account of her health Mr and Mr Sam Cromer of Mil an Mo are visiting hissister Mrs W iM Arnold Mr and Mrs Cromer will spend the winter with riends and relatives here LOCAL Sweaters for everybodyat Fishs Ladies 15 long coats for 10 at Fishs tcday Only a few left Most of these hairy hats and C1pS you see come from Fishs Get a box of 4 pairs Wondei hose guaranteed to wear 4 months for roo at Fishs today and stop darning WANTED A good girl to do light he use work Good wages for the tight kind of help Apply at this office All stores except the drug stores and restaurants closedfor Thanksgiving an entirely new precedence for Mi Vernon News was eceiv d here recently that Geo Clontz son of Brother Clontz had killeda man at Jellico and escaped We have not been able to learn the par ticulars in the case I have my shop over U G Bakers store and will do all kind of cleaning and pressing at a reasonable price Wcr gjatan teed Dec i 3t W M MUUINS The Womans Club will meet PI Langdon Dormitory Friday Dec 1st Program as follows Current Events Mrs J W Brown Art Leader Mrs W J Sparks Juvenile Court Miss Djdton The Ladies of the ChristianII church are arranging to Christmas Bazaar on SaturdayI Dec i6tb in the Would be glad if every member of the church would give something Is YOn Subsliption paid If youd keep a prize worth coming pay it now Drop all waiting and postponing pay it now Say I will and then stick to it choose your purpose and pursue it there is but one right way to do it pay it nowEx Sheriff Nicely arrested one J E Calhoun here Saturday and escorted him over to the Casey county jail at Liberty Monday Calhoun admitted that he had been selling whiskey without license for years in Casey and adjoining counties The largest shipment of rabbits ever shipped from Mt Vernon and probably from the county anywhere was shipped by W M Bullock the Hansford merchant this week to the Cincinnati market and they weighed 850 pounds There were 382 in the bunch 7r Bullock says he has nearly that man y more ready to ship next Monday Col W R Dill on whom everybody knows and Ibves was agree ably surprised Monday on the occasion of his 69th birthday anniversity when his sons Wix oi Paris Harry of Richmond Russell of Lincoln county and placeIwas genial colonel the youngest one of the crowd made the boys all glad that they had given him this happy surprise Here hoping Col Dillion will reach the century markLondon Echo Col M F Elkin has been in town for the past two week assisting in the rejuvenation of the local tent of accabees Ht had a splendid meeting last FridaA and many new members were taKe in and old ones reinstated Ht will have another meeting jthts Friday night and has a lot mem ber and at each one he made more new condidales to ride the goat While here ColElkh visited all the lodges of the cilj all of which he mad 6 a splendn talk Col Elkin is anenthuiasti- order man and has the happ knack of being able to say th right thing at the rigbttirpeat every meeting he attends La- ncactRecord JI I 1 t rZ 0r7 T F 7 1 Get your boy that overcoat to- ddY at Fishs Born to the wife of Arthur Daily H fine girl baby onithe 25 Wear Bates Shoes for Men all leather and will last J Fsh FOR SALtS A wardiobe good as new and if sold at once will sell at a bargain Apply at this office Santa Claus left a lot of pretty tes Sox suspenders belts aid other useful presents al Fishs for OU W B Whitehead has his home nsar Buckeye about corn leted which is one of the best country homes in the county NOTICE Until further notice I will sell pork hams at 124 cts sides 12 cts and sbuuldeis 11 cts for cash W A Cox NOVIi 4L NOIICE11 sold at once wil sell at n b rgain my concrete stateroom and cottage on Main St Mt Vernon G T JOHNSON London Ky The official count gives Mc Ureary for Governor a majority of 31335 over ORe r The official count for Rockcastle was the same is reported in these columns as lie unofficinlcount County Clerk Bowman changed 1is old custom having a groUt d log on Thanksgiving day bj sur rising his family with a big turkey He claims that his friend Maret had ground hog sausage for dinner Judge Alcorn and L R Hughes were here Mondayon legal business being interested in the sale of the three tracts of land sold by the Master Commissioner which is lo cated near Bee Lick It was tbt Holman trac1 and was bought by Mat Adams for 1296 Many Rockcastle citizens believe that the first pardon to be issued by Gov McCreary should be to Henry Youtsey whom they think as a scapegoat has suffered long enough for his part in the tragedy and its unfair to carry the load longer for those guilty ones who escaped a just penalty NOTIC At the March tern of the castle Circuit Court i904I Rockt convicted iu said Court and given fortY two years in the penitentiary Notice is hereby given that I will on the 7th day of December 1911 request Governor Augustus E Wilson to grant me a paidon on said charge This Nov 25th 1911 WILLIAM NEWCOMB I the undersigned will on the 25th day of Dec 1911 expose to the public sale 83 acres of land adjoining the lands o Eliza Olivers for taxes due the State of Ken tu kv and Rockcastle county for the years 1908 and 1909 levied on as the lands of W H Forbes said land is situated in Rockcastle county Ky on the waters of Negro Creek District No 10 total amount of tax and cost 1700 R L McFERRON Ex Sheriff of Rockcaste co unty One of Roc kcastl s remarkable characters is Monkey Bill Owens post master at Burr He started on a mercantile cateer a few years ago with a capital of two small calves two watches three or four old sew iuginacLiines and twenty dollars in cast build lug a little store house on a big flat rock near tunnel No 3 By at tending to business Ind using honest methods anda l tof hustling he is today one of the I counties leading merchants Mr Owens is known for hisbig hearteduess His neighbors can always count on him tor aid when in distress in fact he volunteers bis service on ill occasion for the good ot his community Only a few of his friends have known that since the election of Hon Barksdale Hamlett as Superin tendent ol Public Instruction on the Democratic ticket it is assured that Prof J W Ireland of this city will be named as a member ot the new State Board of Examiners to he appointed by the new State Su perintendant of Public Instructions The State Board of Examiners is composed of two members who with the Stat SuperiOlendal1t from the body which has charge of the examinations for teachersofall the ate It is a very high position in- he educational work in the state nd the friends of Prof Ireland will ongratulale him upon the 300011 t SuptHamteice thfirst of the eRr Those whdsknowProfv Irelandrar J Furnishings For f Particular Men anytMngberethat satisfaction w want you to come and tell uSI and give us a chance to II make goodfl Thats the way weve builf up a steady trade No matter how hard you are to please we guarantee to please yputryus PRESIDENTSUSPENDERS Jf youyq never wpm Htresh dents1 dont know what real Suspendersdont buttons like the ordinary kind Jt us fit you tqa pair K SHIRTS Juthoered cur shirts are the lowestpriced In tcarwith NECKWEAR We are proud of our assortment of mena ynsfindsuitable for ill occazIonzfor nets dress and evening wear And yoa will fiai our price equally latUfactory 1f to HATSus for your new hat and we 1to suit bob your taste andycur We bare all the new stylish and shadesand our bats not only but wear well hr well and are cognizant oi the gre t work he has done with the Stanford Graded and High school will also congratulate the new State SuperJn tendent upon his splendid selection Prof Ireland has made the local school the best known in the state for a graded and high choOI in a small city and has made it about the best school in the state for aI town anywhere near the size of this one His local friend will be be glad to know that Prof Irelands work asai member of the State Board of aminers will in ho wise interfere with hisdutiesas a Superintendent hereI J PrQf Ireland has many warm friends in Mt Vernon who will rejoice to hearof his appointment IAs predicted by ilielnlerior Jour week Judge Charles A Hardiannounced the appointment of W H Brown as Master Conunis sioner pf the Girrard circuit court at Lancaster this week Mr Brown will take charge of the office ai once Everyone concedesihmt the lection of Mr Brown was an adciir able one on the part of fudge Har din He has an untarnished recod as a democrat andrecently piloted toe party to n splendid victory in Garrard in the re ent cunpaijjn a feat which has hitherto been very rare of accomplishment in a year when there was a state election In addition to that Mr Brown has no beenindentified with any of the fac thejfrieudshipsides He will undoubtedly make a splendid Commissioner Interior Journal The many friends of Mr Brown in Rockcastle rejoicetpThear ot his good fortune BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOOL Mrs Letchsr Riser of Harrods burg President of the Tfansylva nia Pre bjtenal society and Mrs Porter President of the Louisyille Presbytertal society were guests at Langdon dormitory Tuesday and Wednesday and spolce at chapel on Wednesday morning Miss Oskamp ii entertaining hei sister MISS EdiihOkiffiip1 ofCin rc1nnau t sLr j r nn Are You One of the 8000000 Who Wear Ball Band Rubber 4Boots and Arctics 1Youworth if you arc F 2 ccBalI Band areLookbedrockofqualjtyRedBatlyear extra to make them so strong and durable butp you get the benefit The test of time proves that it pays to wearV them They couldnt be made better pricepafldpAllknit and allwoolthe kind that last Be sure toask us to show you the Combination Boots and Overs withSnow Excluders iifi1t WE CAN SHOW YOU= B the most uptodate line of THINGS TO WEARzt r 1 i= You will find in any town of this size iI anywhere vj l i nE YOU WANT THE BEST4 LOOK FOR THE SIGN OF THF FISH lirE MIGHT SPOT IN MT VERNOISV Miss DoJson Spendj Wednesdaj and S iturday aUernoons with nuIsic lessons in Livingston The reading classes combine work and pleasure by reading CurI ailernoon1Miss evening from seven thirty to ten thirty to about sixty young people During the forepart of the evening a gussing contest charades and songs wereprepared for the guests Following these came the McGinty stunt or dance or the manikins Alter ice ere mi cake and mints had been served by the junior girls of the dormitory a playette by Misses Gentry MIC Howard and Messrs F Miller 0 Laudruni IT Fish and H Cox concluded the po ram The quicker a cold is gotten tid of the less the dangr from phiu ti onia iricl other serous diseases r B W L Hill of Waverly Va sasII fannely believe Ctiatn rlains Cough Remedy lo bab IS luiely the best preparation on the n arket fo colds I have teccoth ended it to my friends and theyI- I agree with me For sale by Chas U Davis Rev GeoTatsen preached a Mr inttn tin Thanksgiving errnon Better tlotlTes ibf the same money an be had atFkhs kt Vernon itc Want LongHpirJ And you would like longhair Rich heavy hair Beautiful luxuriant Hair That isperfectly natural and we are here to help you Ayers Hair Vigor is a great aid to nature in producing just the kind of hair you de sire Do not be afraid to use itNo danger of its col ring your hair Theingre dients are all given on each label thus enabling your doctor to wisely advise you concerning its use Consult him freely Ke knows rX do by tba J diYEB ifMB I SCRAPS Last year New York City con sumed 51000000 pounc7s of poultry History records that in London June 1817 one John Tower tried to sell his wife Elizabeth at public auction but the tower authorities interfered and pre vented the sale Great number of children are being sept from England tlo Canada through the agency of the Barnardo homes So far the numben is esti mated at 23906 The movement relieves the congestion in the mother country and aids in build ins up the settlement of the colony The breeding of ostriches he III GUARANTEED To be all wool iTo Wear to your satisfaction u I rn 1 GLOVES L reare I jgloves 1berHandkerchiefs I The kind that give service We Ij IIpiin white handkerchiefs at dIffer ill values fancy f1colored Lzndkerchiefs for dress wear l i 1Y i 1lit StH J Sit i k longs chiefly as a business to Sourll Africa It has been undertaken in good earnest of late by the colony of Las Beyla in south west Baluchistan i r An English brewery reports t that last it sold 18006 Abarrelsprevious yet the profits veret V 20000 less j rH Every family has need of a good y reliable liniment For sprains rvj bruises soreiiess 6f the muscles 14 and rheumatic paine there is none f better than Chamberlains Sold by Chins C Davis r s N The fairest exchange you can make is to pay 15 for nepfit Fishs r5 special Special Guafau teed Suits or Overcoats ROYALBA- KING POWDERAbsolutely Pure IThe only Baking Powder made Royal Grape Cream ofTartar Jt NO ALUM NO LIME PHOSPHATE 3a 3ccpcC1-r GRANVILLE I R VNSJi j W I Brodhead Ky c9H W1ITECO1 COMPLETE LINE iitCoffins Caskets and Robes All Mail Telegraph or Tele phone orders Promptly Filled cuc AND fljflSETtPRICEPAIDFOR Wco on Committlor Writo for price ist mentioning this ad di Established 1q37I rOAMPllGNClOSES WA WELL ATTENDED BY MEM BER8 FROM ALL OVER COUNTRY Was Sane Rational Movement to Pui- Christfan Activity ona More Permanent anfjdent li The Ken and Religion Porwarc Movement campaign in Louisvill closed with a mass meeting at the new First Christian church Pourtl and Breckmridge Streets attended b3 nearly 1000 men and boys at whicr team leaders told of the work of th organization along different lines it short addresses A delegation of sev eral hundred workers from New Al bany entered tn6 church just as th exercises began and occupied a sec tion that tod been reserved for them They marched to licpmeeting from Ibt Interurban t the musl of cornet TBe speakers were the Rev Dr Clarence A Bafbour the Rev John L Alexander the Rev Williarr A Brown the Rev Charles D Drum the Rev David Latahaw the Rev Dr J Lansing and the Rev David Rus sellThe Rev Dr Barbour explained that the Men and Religion Forward Movement is not an effort to add on more to the already large number organizations and societies of tht l Christian church The Committee ol Ninetyseven which directs its activ Ities he said will go out of existence next Jay when the organization wit come to n end It is not so much an organizatior or society said Dr Barbour as it is a movement It is a sane rational teal effort to put Christian activity or a higher more permanent and mor efficient basis AB aTnovement it wil 1iveaB an organization it will ceas to live It is based on a foundatior of inquiry into facts As a surgeor must diaghosg ja disorder before h can act sowemake a survey to learr the coriditidnsthat we must fight WANT RECALL SYTEM Commission Government Men Will Ask Statute Amendment Lexington Attorney Bailey D Ber ry one of the leaders in the campaign for the adoption of the commission form of government in this city stated that Lexington would cooperate with Newport and other secondclass cit lea which desire commission government in urging the passage of an act by the legislature inserting a recall future in the statute providing foi commission government The recall r importantfeatnrcsof cities outside of Kentucky provides for the dismissal of officials from of fice when their acts are objectionable to a majority of the voters When the statutes providing for commission Ttfovernment for cities of the second class In Kentucky was passed the re call feature was omitted on the ground that it would be contrary tc the constitution of Kentucky which provides that an official can not be amoved during his term of office Upon a further examination of the question however it is said by the friends of commission government that lawyers are now generally agreed tbat this clause would not be uncon sUtuLknal and an effort will be made to have it inserted by the legislature this winter The commission is already in operation in Newport and was adopted for this city at the recent election Mr Berry states thai the initiative will probably be taken by Newport in asking for the insertion of the recall feature and would be heartily supported by the friends of commission government in this city HYDROPHOBIA CAUSES DEATH No Indications For Eight Weeks After Bite Hawesville Bud Grimes 4a ten yearold colored boy died under mys terious circumstances after an illness of a few hours Tie best physicians of the town and iwensbo o t the boys death was due to Jiydrpphp Wa The boy was bitten by a binTdp some six or eight weeks ago but wkir not sick until a few days ago The dog died about two wecs ago from an overilose of poison but iievei seemed to vebeeDni d atany time healthomeersof Police Mason notified all dog own ers to muzzle their dogs and keep them off tnSfteets iS FATALLVGORED BY BULL Lexingto Frank DeCean a native of the Isle of Jersey who has been employed in the dairy department ol James B Haggins Elmendorf farm iWas oredbya bull and died after much suffering BOYS NECK BROKEN When Window Falls on Him While Attempting to Enter Home Carlisle An eight yearold son of Alex Wright a farmer sustained a broken neck when a window fell on reIjio one at home and the doors locked be raised awindow and was climbing through when the accident happened Death followed almost instantly It vas a great shock to1 the family WLieu you have a cdd get a lottlex Gbamberhins Cough Remedy It will soon fix you up- nght1 and will ward off any ten d iicv towai4 gnetitnpn a This r medy contains no opium or other tvarcotie andmay begiveti as con toa baby as to an adult FId Henas C Davis r CMldren Cry F1 FLETCHERS Iie CATO RIAJ tr i 1 t AVrGoodaTt The yjrKitiJaia under iVbteh te portersate barred trwrn waitfvsn r u c ciccin Ltuiuit ul prois con ninen to ufftr CIl pnliieiit connot be objected tn upoi he score that it prevents the pti titration of legmate nes If eer trocution were tll In the experi nental stage reports of the jEffect of the current upon the individual placed in the chair Ifllhht have ome vaue in dftei mining th suitability ol tlie electric chat as a substitute lor the gallows bu1 inasmuch asit is pretty well estab shed that electrocution dcis not otihlitute cruelty in comparison itb OUter lorms o capital punish neat there is uo good reeson Itr he details of the death struggle fsach criminal being elaborated in the columns of tlie press tQY unusual event in connection with an electrocution will always fiid its va into print without the reporteis vitnessing the death scrne Execu tive sessions ol the United States Senate rarely coatain any grist foi he mills of the gods of publicity in the Press Gallery that isnot ground lose mills grind exceeding fine though exceeding rapid and what is trut of news getting in the Natonal Capital is true elsewhere Reporting executions has always been about the most disagreeable duty in the reporters list of the duties he would like to avoid dis c larging The boys of all ages who are engaged in reportorial work vould be glad to see the Virginia law upon the statute books bt every State It is a very good one and Fflgi to an end app otJi tuv tr depressing draiun 01 iejiid uuu 1 entile lih betnl1it Joag t BH CURED with LOJAL asthry caiiuut reach the tht u ibe Jibe i e7 Cat urn isa blocd 01 constitui Tibl Veae and in ociire il you must take tntfiiuii remedies Halls Catarrh Cure taVen iernally and acs directh on the b ood d uiic uOsu c Halls Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine It was prescribed by one of the best physicians in this cou nrv for veais and is k regular ItJS rom posed of the lest tonic known combined with the best blood purifiers acting directlv on tht- ml1O sura eJ The perfect com bination of the tw ingredients is what produces such wonderful re suits in curing Catarrh Send for F J CHENEY CO Props Tokdo Ohio cor stipation They have a Womans Club at and its members sre AmericaL English French German Bulgarian Russia Greek Ameni in arid Turkish in nation lality A TERRIBLE BLUNDER to neglect liver trouble Never do it Take Dr Kings New Life r Pills on the first sign of con ti pitiou biliousness or inactive bowels and prevent virulent incit gestion jaundice or gall stones They regulate liver stomach aurf bowels and build upour healil Only 25C at Clns C Davis are Needed Were we perfect which we ore net medicines would not often be needed But since our systems have be come weakened impaired and broken down through indiscretions which have gone on from the early ages through countless generations remedies are needed to aid Nature in correcting our inherited and otherwise acquired weaknesses To reach the vent of stomach weakness and consequent digestive troubles there is nothing so good as Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery a gly eric compound extracted from native medic inal rootssold for over forty years with great satisfaction to all users For Weak Stomach Biliousness Liver Complaint Pain in the Heartburn Bad Breath Belching pf food Chronic Diarrhea and other Intestinal Derangements the Discovery js a timeproven and most efficient remedy The genuine has on ltD O P I routslde wrapper the Slinaturc You cant afford to accept a secret nostrum as a substitute for this nonalco jbolic medicine OP not even though the urgent dealer may make a little bigger profit Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets regulate and invigorate stomach liver and bowels Sugarcoated tiny granules easy to take as candy IT IF f you are having any such trouble about your watch 01 clock just turn it over to ns and if it does not run all O K it wi cost you We our work Give us a trial We do all kinds of and repair work AT DR SC DAVIS DRUG STORE MT KY I 0 T AND ALL ON SALE DAILY VIA ALL EQUIPMENT dnacrxrelLhchPurg CAlAttRH CANNpr APPLICATION ordei prescription testimoninsfree 75cIConstantinople Remedies Stomachaftereating HOW ABOUT YO UR WATCH DOES KEEP CORRECT TIME NOT WHY NOT nothing guarantee soldering FRANK MOORE iVttNONp WINTER TOURIST TICKETS FLORIDASOUTHERN RESORTS 11 QUEEH8CRESCEHTROllTE I DINING ALL MEALS CARS- SERVJNGJ 1 A LA CARTE GOOD RETURNING UNTIL MAY 31i 1912 l OAtL TICKET WaITE Hc KINO P seatcr awl Ticket Agent E Main SL LEXINGTON KY 9I z I 11 UNDSIZAKrl1EjlJ frHandmade Coffinsfurnished f Heai e sent to all parts oft tho UQjty if = Allordersi Wire Promptly Fijjeid W11C XJ 1Plini MT VERNON KY II iili II i I1if I rT j i n r iT k 8AVEDHIWJFE S LIFErt 5 wou cti Cti thrgttt t1d xstesG h B h1s MnxMdtne Ala Ii h dnoi been for Dr Kigs Nc MSJorer Mie was liovvn in I rb d not aid to get u nvll an lid rI he had a ef re broch al ir P and a dreadiul cough lu r ialntile nf nrrKr ngs NVijcoverv and hf o in lgau t mend and was well ir a lime Infallible for cough raIcolds its the most rliable rem y on ennh for decprateiting tr iin1iihae i g II pi a tiiti hay fever croup aid whoopim cough 5is ro Trial hott t ree Guaranteed by eliasI Davis During the first nine months of the present year 670 automobiles were imported by the United States valued at a million anda half dol lars Of this number 227 came from FrancE 113 from Germany 10 rom EngUnd alJdSs from Itah ricI244 at anda naIl million dollars Of they exports ahcYe 4ooo cars went Canada B igiurnka sniail countrv hu the uiost densely settled in Euroj e Of all nations it ranks fifth in com merce and industry ENDS WINTERS TROUBLES To many winter is a season o trouble The irost biltin e and fingers chapped hands i d lips chilblains cold sores re and rougn skins prove this BUI such troubles fly before Bucklenr Arnica Salve A trial co jnces Greatest henler of Burns Bois Piles Cuts SoreyJJrnises Eczemn and Spraitis Q tly 25C at Chas Davis Iw T FRANC 3J Dexit- Mt VernOn C Home and ottjcein the late rei idence Dr Myra formerly occupied on Old Main St Mt Vernon ec Williams ATTORNFYATLAWMT f OFFICE Ox 2rd floor o The Bank of Mt Vernon on Churcb street l attention giver to collectionsj Phone No 80 J C McOLiRYN- ERTAER and EMDAUV1ER s Rnford tZv R W DYCHL DENTIST MT VERNON KY Office at residence on Main St Grown and Bridge Work Specialty Work guaranteed Mount Vernon Monumental ORS Manufacturer of uid I V lDEALBK Marbles and Granite Monuments of all kinds Estimates furnished on application GEOOWJNS Propr Phone 112 PNEUMONIAle- ftme with a cough aud v ryweak Ihadspellswhen Icould hardly breathe or for 10 to 20 minutes Hy dctorcou1d not help me but I was Sqmpleteljr cured by DR Kl NOS DiscoveryMrs i ttc AIB S1OOAT ALL DRUGGISTS lJP i urIlro thvOFTH UNITED i H KST1TUTIO i Q WVat i e onaiit ten if tirtcr iiiM i A It s tliev fnridamental law- 1tlietoUndiIOi cIwhich such suite or N tJ is tSefiand supe it ir tialispis4ed lris Icftis Intie iiod J Qi vV ihj m un object Mol ihublic othcior tbi pissa t of ppressive b4N A Conitiiution s the great i 1cguard ofthe minor V Q Whiivure the thirteen Jolonies in vineriji dedared by heir Contin ral Cnnaress to tales retBritii fret and indepei e t leI A OuJl 4 176Jy the Jecaratio ttI uiep ndence I Q Wleii dI tin Re olution ry War wilvGre Britain rmi ate A The ittMty of peace w igned Septesijir 3I73 Q What was the condition f the couuti v Inix 1783 to 787 A The att nd no farm bono Union a he future wisve c ruin it was a ctitica period 6 Q When vis the Constitu ion of the Ued States framed nd adopted A It was rim tl liv the Federal Convention in Pniladelphia adopt 4 by it vote ou September 17 787 and afterwards ratified by h several States 7 Q Who were some of te reat men in that Convention- A George Washington Tames vlAdison Benjamin Franciin and Alexander Hamilton among many uhers S Q Has any State a right to eparate from the Union or to Iake anv action in opposition to the minority ofthe U S Government- A No This question Wi s orever settled by the war of 8uVi865 9 Q How many amendments to the Constitution HEave been passed A Fifteen in alb Twelve of these from iijgi to 1904 which were practically filling out and completing the original Constitution anti three after the War if the Rebellion passed in 1865 1868 and 1870 respectively Ex cept lor the latter amendments rendered necessary by tile results of the War the Coistitution has remained unchanged since 1804 10 Q What is the preamble of the Constitutipr A We the people of the United States in order to form a more perfect union establish justice insure domestic tranquill ity provide for the common de fense promote the geueral welfare and secure the blessings of libe ty to ourselves and our posterity In ordain and establish this Consi tution for the United States o America 11 Q What is declared to be the supreme Taw of the land A This Constitution and the lawspf the United States which shall be made in pursurance there ofand all treaties made or which shall be Jade under the authority of the Uuited States shall be the supreme law of the laud and the judges in every State shall be bound thereby anything in the constitution or laws of any State to the contrary not withstanding Art VI Par 12Q What Civil officers mo it be bound by oath or affirmation to support the Constitution- A Senators and Rpree i i tivesof the US mcmhers Jf the several State legislatures and all execulive and judicial fficers both of the United States and of the several States Art VI Par 3 13 Q What is treason against the United States Government A Treason against the United States shall consist only in levying war against them or in adhering to their enemies givingthem aid and comfort Art III Sec 3 14 Q Ifa law passed by Con gttss or by B State legislature is not in accordance with the Cot stitution what remedy has the CitIzen lA In a suit at law any cOurt- can decide a law to be uncoDsti tutionaU Jd therefore void Ever Justice of the Peace Th everv village of the County as well as all judges ate as much bound to lregard this Constitution as the IT S Supreme Court itselt 1 j t tO it lLRU z L 5 7 f hiidren Cry for Fletchers ASTORIArill sss y5 y The Kind Yon Have Always Bought and which has been in use for over 30 years has born the signature of i and has been made under his per sonal supervision since its infancy I Allow no one to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but JExpeimcnts that trifle with and endanger the health of + Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIACastoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare goric Drops andSoothing Syrups It is Pleasant Itcontains neithcx Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrenjs Panacea The Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Signature of 17 cCThe Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years 77 f = r fY Ennn 1111 tntnnnnttnnttnntn1tnnHnnttnnnnnt fXkl VERSQR DflSKET CD iPRACTICAL 3 UNDERTAKERS 3 FUNERAL DIRECTORS AN- DEMBALMERS = 1I Mt Vernon Ky g COUCH METAJ CCASKETS g Coffins and Robes Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of Ha Eworkfor tHe company = EOrdes by wire promptly tilted Hearse sent to all points 3tGEORGE OWENS Manager Office Mt Vernon Monumental Building PHONE lla 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