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I t it AiI4r v7 1 f 1 j7 I M car Published Friday EveryntilUf tt1r J 10 llJ 1II Established 1887 nvy II VOLUME XXV MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY DEC 15 1911 NUMBER 12 An w T 6 X K c LA o 3iV f y iXr r V V iJj CHRISTMAST1ME is Comi n iv f r and Old Ssmta willsoon be here y c i See e1hra 1 r I3 L UrftMzvY1 JJLvr y i Handsome Cut Glass 150 to 400 i Hammered Brass 25c to 500 t t Dresser Mirrors 100 to 400 5 So me handsome pieces of China + 500 J L Large pair of handsomely decorated Vases 1 00 J Manicure Sets 100 to 500 Collar Boxes 50c to 250 m Music Rolls from 50 cents to 250 I DflcKaG ae rr rr1 f l 8J1JJVff OHJIHYPAY JJflJYREI v IIf High Arch High Toe High Heels Short Vamp makes foot look Tne High Toe Just thing the young 4 ai eae-t PRESENTS AND 1 Tj 5zi 5x I Books 75c Girls Series 1 5c 4 Boys J 25c to 75c I Toy Books to 25c B C Books and Block JO- eBIBLESl3IBfES i BIBLES All = om cents to X400 Padded Poems 50c to 200 ALL OF AtaC3 e8e50oeS I CHAS CL DAVIS YrJl5l leading Druggist I 39 oe8s y9 7 NM lJafOKRA1HTJJAY8 JiIJI dt all which the small gives ampleroomfor the toes the for man Silk Hose JOe AND LOO FOR Xmas 5 O Ci 1OO 574L29rycr Popular Copyright Series 5c A 50 KINDS BOOKS esuussaoeesea oosesoess THE BIG AX I yHas Hewed Its Chip offjour LADIEStSUITS TE ulPrice Suit Sale Last wee was tremendouslysuccessful Every wmanwho was for Great Suit Reduction has tiken advantage A few more days and every Suit will be swept from bur stock want to save from S5tO 15 come today and make selection Suits and 1750 Suitsrs and 995 1450uits I Suits ajld 796 I We dq npt payn at these eJ SllTTON MCBEEt eitlSfllrf we JF s Toys Toys Toys Toys i Toy Trunks Toy Wagons Toy Furniture W Toy Banks Toy Guns Toy Stoves Toy Washboards In fact everything found in w Toyland Dolls Doll Beds Cradles Toy Engines and Iron Toys galore i u u n iL a r Ji r1 o 1 V M i Vii f Jii 1 2i Ji ix 1 1J + 1 PHONE t d i 0 0 0 e t I il sb p t i t U j 5 vj v i I o r t Ii io i i e ss last this you your 25 t3 aE I 12 3 l io js r SS as as ss s i y GRIFFINS MILL Bird honing hog killing and corn gathering is the order of the day here now Everybody seems to be enjoying themselves splendidly- t during this great feast but do you think all of us ever stop and think from whence all these bountiful 1bl willbsoon close regardless of how we have spent it How many can conscientionpiyly say the world is better by his having lived in it during the year IQII How many have broken the resolutions that they made at the beginning of the year that will soon close Well dear reader you had better not make any New Year resolu tions this time if you aim to break them But how about everybody making only a few good ones End then fulfill them An epidemic ot bad coldsseems to have struck us in this part of the vineyard Among our real sick ones are Larkin Hicks and Willie Cummins Dr G C Pri e of Wabd was called to see Willie Cummins Saturday uigbtJ W Brown and J B Cummins attend ed the Bjble reading at Friendship Sunday H 11 Brown went to Mt Vernon Saturday J W Ping and wifeand little daughter Cecil visitedatJ B Cumwins SatuidayInight Joe Brownand visited J W Br wn Saturday nightMabelle and Roy Cummins visited their cousins Berry and Isabel Ping Sunday The public school at Poplar Grove will close Jan gth 19I2J B Cummins contemplates teaching a subscript ion schppl Poplnr Grove be ginning Ja isth IQI2 A few farmers hve commenced plowing for nerkt years corn crop Early and deep plowing surely does mean more and better cornWm Hurst of near Level Green has been inquiring for prices on tobacco for you know Bill didnt get scared over last years failure like all the other boys Hence the rule If at hrjityou dont succeed try try again Rid A Jihas been called as the t Grove forthe ensuing yearUncle Mace Brown is some worse at this time Mrs Minnie Cummins was the guest of Mrs Susan Hicks Sunday afternoon Jas Adams aiid family of near Brodhead visited L F Hicks family Saturday night and Sunday Miss Ola Hicks visfted her schoolmate Miss Lula Cum mins Sunday afternoouJ B Cummins bought of W B Poteet combined saddle and harness horse for 110 If you dont want to trade you musut run up against Bill for hes always ready when you name trade A Merry Xmas and happy New Year to the SIGNAL and its many readers Mr LIVINOSlONI left last week for Louisville where they expect to make their home until their son Geoage finishes Medical college Whihrit is only a temporary move vet we regret very much to give them for a short time as our town alreadyI has too few such people Mrs Will Rice is visiting relatives in Crab Orchard Miss Carrie Farley is spending a few days inEebanpn Junction and LouisvilleMrs Georgia McClure and Miss Georgia Amyx spent from Friday until Sunday in Mt VernonMrs C A Blaudford has just returned from Parksville where she has been with her father Dr W A Brown who is danger ously illMrs Mat Crouch has returned from Louisville where she has been the of her sister If its Fresh Fruit and Candies you want for Xmas see O F Wallin The candyman Mrs W A BridwellMiss Eva Fish spent Saturday with home folks in Mt VernonM rs Bart Sam was numbered among the sick last weekMr and Mrs Fred Pike of Oorbin are with Mr Pikes parents Mr and Mrs Jess Mc1Keozjeto Livingston ol late We wonder iwhrMroilr Hall oRowlandis with hissisterMrs George Martin forajfev daysMrs John Pope 7 tA l y and daughter Miss Alma are 1 visiting relatives in Somerset J W Fowler of Berea is here in interest of the Ford Lumber Co Mr and Mr Grottenthraller will take their little daughter Mary Magdoliue who is very sick to a specialist in Louisville next Friday Mrs Geter Falin has about re covered from an illness of typhoid fever There will be considerable moving n town this week Mr A Penniugton will move to ihe house just purchased from T M Dees Nathan McWhorter and John Mullius will take possession ol the house vacated by Mr Pennington T J Pennington will move to his house which is now occupied by Mr and Mrs McCulloh We have not learned where they are going Mat Fordis going to move stock of groceries to tae storeIbis of Marion Hamlin will also occupy the dwelling Mr and Mrs Hamlin will move to the house vacated by Mr McWhorter Lawrence Rice of Lebanon Jct is here filling the place of Walter Rice who is still unable to work Mrs Newton Riggs continues to be quite illMr and Mrs Will Kreufcer have taken rooms ati the Farley HouseC A Blandi ford made a flying trip m his areoplane to Parksville Sunday You could not spend Wednesday evening to better advantage than by coming to prajer meeting at the Baptist Church SAVED HIS WIFES LIFE My wife would have been in her grave today writes O Hi Brown of MuscadineAla if it NewDiscovery helpSheand a dreadful cough I got her a bottle of Dr Kings New Dis covery and she soon began to mendandwas well ina short time II Infallible for coughs and colds its the most reliable remedy on earth for desperate lung trouble hemorrhages lagrippe asthma whoopingcough CDavJsCryFOR C iq- tlA h ii MT VESNON SIGNAL FRIDAY DEC 15 1911 Pa I I Publish every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT UBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOC IAdvertising rates made known on r application MEMBER OP KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION IiI EGt AFTER AN ABSENCE OF THIRTY six YEARS Mft REARY Is AGAIN INAUGURATED AS GOVKRNON AT THE AGE OK SEVENTY Two Frankfort Ky Dec 12AtteI- an abseuceofthIrtysix years Jas B McCreary today came back t- oN tne Capitol as Governcr of Ken tucky for the second time in a third fa century taking the oath of office as chief executive ol this State At the age of seventy two he tooc the oath ot office for his second terra being the only man t I in this country to serve as Gov ernor of a State twice with so wide j an interval of time elapsing be tween his terms of office Kscorted by twelve of the survivors of the old McCreary guards the company militia which enlisted under him when he was Governor in 1976 and by five thousand shouting joyous Democrats from all over the state with the entire National Guatd of Kentucky in line the new Governor headed th parade through the streets ol Frankfort to the new Capitol whfre the oath of office was administered by Chief Justice of the Court OJ Appeals Judge James P Hobson Vith the swearing in of the new Governor there went out of office Augustus E Wilson When he went into office four years ago Gov Wilson said he expected to go out of office the most di liked man who was ever the Governor ot Kentucky For a time during the night rider troubles in this State when Governor Wilson used the military to patrol the troublous districts the Goyernor realized his unpopularity But during the last few months the sentiment has changed and Gov Wilson went ouj injhisthis State of the Democratic party after beiny out for four years Guv McCrerry was elected Gov ernor of the State by a majority of 3i335and the Democracy of the Sate cuie to the Capital today to celebrate The inaugural parade t was the longest and largest ever j I known in Frankfort It is esti j 1mated that 5ooo men marched through the street behind the Gov ernors carnage anda store of Iibrass bands added snap to the occasion A feature to the paraje was the marching of the men who wore the gray and the blue men from both the Confederate Veter ans Association and the Grand Army of the Republic joining to honor a man who had served with distinction in the Confederate army where he was a captain Following the inaugural cere monies which were held In front of the capitol the new building which the State has just completed af a cost ot two millions of dollars w thrown open to the visitors and a public receptionwas held hv the newlyelected State officials 1 Fr two Lours a long line of nit t and women passed by tha new Governor shaking hands with him and congratulating him on hh ieKctiou Got McCreary has a re markable memory for names and faces and he called almost even man bv name as he shook hand with bun r Tonight the inaugural ball w- il1I3beheidFI 5T It will be one of time nio t a tractive which has been held in Frankfort jvheae inaugural balls haye been teatured every four years for hnlf a century The grand march will be led by Gay- McUreary with Mrs Thomas J Smith wife ot the Governors pn vate secretary Following tht lidingcoupleviill be hundreds of = i nif =handsomely gqwned xvpmeq and the leading men of Kentucky who have taken an activepart in politics ju this State Gov McCreary who Js a widouer will live at the executive mansion which has housed every Governor ot Kentucky as a bachelor He has employed K housekeeper and will have m one living in the mansion with Int except his stenographer ItI the first time except when for few months when Got J C Beckham was in the executive chair that Kentucky had no mns tress of the mansion Got McCreary has been one o the most honored ot Keniuckiau He was elected Governor of ibm State in 1876 his opponent t that time bt1U6 the late Juno John M Harlau During that campaign the candidates engaged in joint bebate speaking from the same stump for two months but no bitterness ever crept into the speeches and there was never the usual indulging in person alities Gov McCreary served- several terms in Congress from the Eighth District after he went cut of office as Governor and was elected United States Senator for one term He was defeated tht only time in his life in a Demo cratic primaty or convention by former Governor Bec kham who was nominated for United States Senator in 1907 After his retire ment as Senator Gov McCreary was elected president of time American Peace Society and served in that capacity until last summer when he resigned to prosecute his campaign for the Governorship He says this will be the last office he expects to hold and declares he will serve the cause of the people BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOOL While it is not the utenlion of Brown Memoral School to de primary work two hours woil in that department is being done each afternoon at the dormitory in response to the urgent reques of patrons After Christmas there will be moning work added with supplementary busy work at the kindergarten Encouraging reportscome from Miss Maxwell School will close on Wednesday night December 200 reopen on Wednesday January third All students will be expected to be here by Tuesday night Since the dormitory girls will not be here for the S S Christmas celebJation they will have a Christmas tree on Wednesday night The jjirls are looking forward also tb decorating the kindergarten tree The literary society will give a Christmas program this week Song Hark the Herald Angels sing By Society Bible Reading Luke 2 721- Minerva Pensel Recitation Rae Hunt Duett Bertha Litton MaRie Huff Reading A Christmas Stry Julia Fish Piano Solo Jennie Morrow Miller Recitation Elizabeth Gentry Essay Christmas in Other Lands Arizona Colderon Song By Societ M ABUT BURG Mr nd Mrs Dnglas Brown and son L loyd vas up fro n Lehano Jct to visit their father Mr Jonas BrownMiss Clarice Flock will enter Brown Memorial school after Christmas Lee Chandler and father were with home folks Saturday and Sunday JToe McKenzie will move back to Mt Vcrnon Weallregret to give up such good neighbors rr Miss Angle Hunt spent last Tuesday in Mt Vernon with Mrs Sadie Moore Miss Lena McCall is in Mi Vernon with her cousin Mic Louauna WhiteheadMiss Sallit Reynolds was at home last Saturday and SunclayP Y Hunt wai SnmdayAIattending church at Freedon Mrs Ralph Bradley remains about the s ieMrs Lucy McCall whc fell and senonsly injured hersel is improyingMiss Angie Hunt will leave soon for a visit to her brother P Y Hunt at Lebanon II Junction A TERRIBLE BLUNDER lito neglect liver trouble Neverjdc it Take Dr Kings New Lif Pills on the first sigtlof const pation biliousness or inactivi t bowels and prevent virulent indi gestion jaundice or gall stones They regulate liver stomach aud bowels andbuild up your health pIY2 catCh sC Davis I w ErT 4f r Frankfort Ky Dee I 1fYproclamation issued today Gov Vilsou grants pardon to eve j soldier and officer in the Statt GuHid who is under charges j rally court in the Stats growing out of the Night Uider troubles Governor specific Jol Bassetl iieut Stanley B ssott andthl oliowiug enlisted ei Bernir ouch Rile Butlt t Frank M ric d T Hta e S nTh an of when vere idmeted while d nisi duty u r jig Christrtn Lyon oId Cillo vay under orders iro the Gov rnor and Japt Gal Sergeant C Franks McF raud Kenneoy ml Uonk in Caiuvvell RndLon ouniie also tj officers and mem iehfol Sctte Guard who arrester S H Lester In course of his aidon proclamation Guy Willsoi siys Whereas in some counties disorderly elements have such influence and power they migh hereafter institute criminal pro ceedings against such officers anc members of the State Guard foi obeyanclIcause it is over a year since the were relieved Irom said duty anr it any were just criminal prosecu tions could have been instituted before now he giants pardons The coa mixplosion at Briceville Tenn is one of the most se ions mining disasters known for some years in that State Pres reports indicate that the loss of life is heavy Until the depths of the mine are fully explored the exact number ol fatalities will not be known lu i9 2 there was an explosion in a mine at Fraterville in the same vicinity in which 164 miners lost their lives The two accidents were similar and probably were due to the same cause The disaster is attributed tt lId ust explosion The cause hat assigned as responsible foi many ol the big mine accidents of recent years The Bureau olf wines created by te Federa Government bas been makinj diligent investigation with a view to lessening the number of fatilitiei 1111 connection with the mining in lustry The experiments that have been wade are sufficiently conclusive to demonstrate the menace of coal dust as an explosive agent and there is good reason for believing that many of the mysterious explosions of the past has been due to the presence in large quantities of coal dust ill the mines The explosibility of this substance having been established it remains to discover practical methods 01 dealing with it that the occupatioTi of the miiier may be less hazardous The remedies that have been suggested are all open to some objections arid the problem js one that presses for solution The loss of life in coal fumes is to1 heavy and occurrences like that at Briceville are too frequent T conquer the coal dus menace is a task that is wel worth the best efforts of the States and the nation Courier Journal Bill Henderson the oldest 011 the rescued men came out of the mines smoking his pipe and resisted carryiwalk11eprotestedj mug statement of Ills experience in the moines Under m direction we bratticed up the entrance to the mine room With our oats we fought back he afterdamp that came through andIarticles of wearing apparel in the hole of the brattice We had lights bur dinner aiia each of us had front a half tothreequarteri 14 a gallon of coffee and water jn dinner pails GAS FORCES THEM BACK We remained in this room quietly for severa1 hours Iurnine one light and taking turns Lt eating Late Saturday evening rthur Scott and Dore Irish left theroom and attempted to maker their way back and reach the entrance ofthe mine through the overpass That was the Jast ws saw of them The next morning we made our way the air having been purified by the Jan into the entry and passed over into No 18 endeavoring to find the way out We ran into gas and were forced to go tack to room 2 in No 19 where the air was pure VIer mained there until discovered to night We ate the last ofour food about the middle of Stinda fafternoon but still had some w- aterlull J = r left and plenty oHighi We veiej endeavoring to reaov the niHiii entram again when we ver di icovered bv miue rescue men IT bout 815 tonight QiS IN THE DITR1TCQURTh liE U EJ IAl 18I FORTIIK EASrrERN JJlSTklCT or E KE NTlCK PiS iKRLPl lu themailer rE tov1t1On tin 8th diy of Dc AIIigil on c sidering the petition the aforesaid bankinp lur lis charge filed on the 2yh day o E SeptAU i9u it is oidereo IOj the court tnat a hearirg be hue npon the jjame on the gin daoIJan A D 1912 beore said at Covington iu said iliutnct ai E 10 oclock in th fore nOr or a near thereto as practitab ate ttnat notice1 thereot be pn 1lbh d in the JAT VERNON SIGNAL a newspaper printed i isaid district E andtil known crtditors and other persons in intentst may appear at said time and place and show cause it any theyhave why the prayer of said petitioner should E not hegmaimted VITNSS the Honorable A MI J Cochran Judge of said CourtI and the seal thereof at IEDecJ W MBNZIIJS Cleik By GEO EfIN THE STRICT COURT OF T H KU NITED SiTES FOR TIm EATKKRN DISTRICT OK KENTUCKY IN BANKRUPTCY 1 o In the matter V ol a Bankrupt lames W Sams this yth day of Dec A IX Ill 1On on considering thep tit nof aid bankrupt fur disJli charge tiled on the 28th day ofj Oct A ft 1911 it is ordered by the court that a hearing beJiadA uthe same ou the gilijfiAy ofl- Jan A D 1912 tefoie sai icourts at Covington insaid H CltI110 oclock in the forenoon near thereto as pnuMi cable and that notice thereof be published in the MT VERNON SIGNAL a news paper riotedjn siid district and all k 1crtd ors and other persons in interest may app aI all said time and place and show cajse if any they Lave why the prayer of said petitioner should not be granted WI INVSS the Honorable A M J Coclmu Judge of said Court and the soil thereof at London in said district ou the 9th day of Dec AD 1911- J W MENZIES Clerk B GEO C MOORE DC i t CTt T BE CURED with LOCAL APPLICATIONS as they cannot reach the seat of the disease Catarrh is a blood or ronstitulional disease and in order to cure it you must take internal cemedies Halls C tarh Cure is taken internally and acts directly oa the bood and mucous surfaces Halls Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine It was prescribed by one of the best physicians in this country for years and is a regular prescription It is com posed of the best tonic known Combined with the best blood purifiers acting directly on the raucous surfaces JThe perfect com bination of the two ingredients is vvhat produces such wonderful reo suits in curing Cafarrh Send for testimonials free F J CHENEY CO Props Toltdo Ohio Sold by Druggists price 75C Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation GET YO- nilQhristmas Candies and j Fruits at WALL INS RestaurantHeres Where the Good Eafns come from Y WE SATISFY You all roundeven your purse OF WALLIfsl TheCandy Man church StMt Vernon Ky ahiNinoryF4iETRERS CAO R I A ntH In HHHiHtn U1n1 tntnnnnntnunnttn nntHHnnitHtH nHHtnnnntntnnf 1fHn1t H t G0Iif Li SOiitF I r Sp i m = TI RE MT KY II Hi OONNHUOWN FURNISH BrownFurnish Realty CoIWe do a general business handle town and farm proportv do abstracting and las8 on titlesIIf you wantto vitlr if you want to buy we can save you money t The quicker a cold is rid of the less the danger fro ii monia and otter serious pbeuII Mr W L Hall of Va sass I firniely believe Cham herlaihs Cough Remedy to be ab soluiely the best preparation on tlimarket fo colds I have mended it to mv friends and they all agree with me For sale biChas U Da tis POSTED We whose names appear below strictly forbid aiiykind of trespass upon our lands any one guilty of same will be to the full extent of the law T D Mullins MS Nannie Hunt Gus Staverson Mrs Josie Divault J1 Hvsinger G C Fish G S Griffin ENDS TROUBLES- To winter is a seaso of trouble The Irost bitten llC Land fingers chapped hands hlO lips chilblains cold sores Hi aid rongn skims prove this Hu such trouliles fly efore BucklenV Arnica Salve A trial convinces Greatest healer of Burns Boilsv Piles Cuts Sores Bruises Eczema and Sprains Only 25C at l hast C Davis By This Sign you know that you are the one preparation that has stood the test for over thirty five years and still re mains the Standard tonicFoodmedicineused by the medical profes sion the world over Soold3I is the of elements that make for good healthandsfrength AII DRUGGISTS 1123 CASTORfAFor Infants and Children The Kind YPU IIaye earstho 1jlgnatnr of E I Guess its going some = to have reputation of sdiing the Kuors 3 and HJuse Furnishings in ths sectin f Ken = y Thatts what they all say ai d I am proud to state I can prove it Ill take pleasure in 3 showing you the NEWEST thatts NEW fiiB tCa N FURNll MAN VROL UlllllmlimlllUUUU1m IHlIlIUllHlUUU lUUl11I111I lIUml11I1UllmlUUUUlmll prosecuted WINTERS many getting Emulsipn embodiment Always Bought tuck Sl1iltt1t1ittrtftt11itt1ttt1tt f11t1ttti ftt tt 11tttt1tttttt 4 E 3 f you want to bring an Iacceptable present for all the Good Hays and Girls in this County Deposit as L much as one dollar in this f bank and we will give you a E nicelittle Bank Book to drop E iu their stockings and as all 5i 1 children would like to have 1 a bank account they wi 1 add 1 to it regularly hind wtch E it LMMW 3 TIhe Peoes Banki i UHHltLHHUU1HHHH1 HHHUUUHHHHUUUU1U I I FURS BE- STjrornifore CarpefsI Sallta Ciause AND HIDESHIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES Wool on Commission Write for price list mentioning this ad Established 1S37 1JOKN WHITE CO I LOUISViLLEKY o AXT cJor H oo g IFYOU WANT A f LJ flh LLUinES t ff 4SS2at rJr 5 Without an equal that insures a fit com Ifo t and durability a trial willconvince you we iiiaki the price and sell the goods 1 ric I ojccctOJ L L SANDERS1 OKCIIARD KY QRAB FbcrVv S i ly 14YiiiVERNON SIGNAL MT VSRNOX KY DEC 8 y lII r whenHyou lei Jiar 4 LouisvLLE 4 n 00ITIME TABLE J 2 46Jpm 24 nortn 353 a m C south II3a ir 21 South 1219 am TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postoflice as secondclass mail matt- erPERSONAL C C Davis was in London between trains Sunday F L Thompson was in Louis yule Tuesday on business E B Brown is moving to the Coyle prooerty on Old Main street- S B McKenzie witnessed the inauguration of the Governor Tuesday rAttys Brown and C C Williams attended the inaugura tiou Tuesday- A H Hamlin and Walter Buckner were up from Livingston Wednesday on business Frank Kirby and son Vill were among those who went to Frank fort for the inauguration E B Thompson representative elect was in Frankfort Tuesday toattend the inauguration Russel M Proctor has been doing i Agency work for the L N at Parksville since Saturday Mr and Mrs Chris Mullins were with Mr and Mrs Have Bowman at Hiatt during the week S W Davis was here from Mystic this week and says the Rock business is fine with him r Emmit Sowder has been verb sick for the past Jew days being threatened with pneumonia Misses Sadie Richards Anne Tate and Virginia Davis were in Brodhead Saturday and Sunday Mrs Chas C Davis and children returned Wednesday from a two weeks visit to Lexington and Win c hester Miss Bettie Hardin was here from Berea during the week the guest of her sister Mrs F L Moore Mr and Mrs J A Dyche of London spent Saturday and Sun day with Dr and Mrs R W Dyche Mrs Georgia McClure and Miss Georgia Amyx were the guests of Mr and Mrs J T Meadows Sowder has been in Winchester since Sunday lookinfafter his shop which is new McEldowney building Judge L W Bethurum was in Frankfort Tuesda The Tudge gives a pretty good solution now of why the republicans were so badly defeated since his return from Frankfort Mrs Mary Williams will leave Monday for Covington to spend the holidays with Judge and Mrs R G Williams Mrs Cleo Brown will join her on Xmas day and it is their intentions at this time to leave Jan 1st for Los Angeles California to spend the winter t nth Mrs Williams son John I who has made Los Angeles his home for several years LOCAL i Give him a box of PHOENIX VBILK hose Big assortment at JiFishs j lont forget to see the Noble Outcast at Brodhead Saturday night the 23rd Jim Barnes and a Miss Kirby daughter of George Kirby were married Tuesday Lots of Mens fine suits as well as the womens fine s its you see Worn today come from SUTTON MCBKE- SvIn addition to the Noble Outcast the Brodhead Amaranth Clubs will present The Black Bachelor the place will be over Citizens Bankthe time Saturday the 23rd Scott Fishan aged and respected forImany years two tyearsago died a few days ago jn Lexington He had been para j d fdrwsome time y t = 1 l arr rd I B t YII Q j I HATS HATS OF HATS Fish is giving Hats Get yours today Born to the wife of Charles Johnson Tuesday a girlr Kid Gloves for Ladies and Gents Xmas Gifts at Fishs county is to have a whiskey on Feb ro B F Eberhart has moved over Manus store where he willalso have his photograph gallery Eph Penningtoh landed the much sought for plum and was appointed Master Commissioner of the Lincoln Circuit Court Uncle Cam Menifee of the Hiatt section died last Sunday morning About two weeks ago his home and most every thing he had was destroyed by fire and in his effort to save his goods received a rather serious burn about the head which it is thought was largely the cause of his immediate death Mr J Thos Cherry is closing out hisstock of goods at Ky preparatory to moving to Crab Orchard soon after the first of the year where he willre engage in the mercantile business We regret to know that Mr Cherry isgoing to leave the county and the Joss of such a man means much not only to his immediate community but to the entire county as well Our sister town of Crab Orchard is certainly fortunate to be able to acquire such a splendid business man and high toned gentleman as one of her citizens 4 The Womans Club will meet Friday evening Dec 15th with Mrs Ada Fisihack The following 1 rogram will be given 730 Business 800 Mrs Annie Miller 830 Literary Topic Art Mrs W J Sparks a Italy the Birthplace of Mod ern Art Mrs Adams- B The Early Painters I Cimabue Miss 2 Giotto Miss McCord 3Fra Mrs Sparks 4 Botticello Miss Williams 9oo Civics The Juvenile Court DodsonM l h Yhi w j 500 hATs FREE11E =T JJ r FISH tSGIVING AWAY HATS COME GET YOURS TODAY V v We have too many FINE SUITS OVERCOATS and HATS for Vi and Winter and we will begin Saturday December 1 6th giving a J r New Fall Hat with every Suit or Overcoat atOand up S YOURCHOICEOFOURSTOCKOfs I Guaranteed Suits Overcoats at 10 to I 20 BIG DISPLAY OF XMAS GIFTS FOR MEN rf Neckwear in every style and color 25 and cents I ll Afl Neckwear put up in holiday boxes lif Give him one of our Silk Ties for Xmas Just 50ck Vt WE HAVE THE CLOTHES AND HAT FOR YOUiRemember this offer is not good after SATURDAY DECEMBER 30th FISlll1aI I DERBY HATS TELESCOPE FUZZY AND ALL KINDS or Lincoln election Brodhead Current Events Leader Rowlee Angelico Fall 50 Get him one of Fishs PURE SILK Ties for Xma Willis AJcKenzie has bought the restaurant of E B Brown J B Livesay bought the Nathan Arnold property just West of No i tunnel W G Hysinger and George Rogers sold their Brindle Ridge farm this week to a Mr Ward from Ovvoley county for2 roo The Mr Wood whom Morris Faris shot last Friday morning died Sunday Faris is in jail awaiting his examning trial If you cant laugh you ought to learn and if you will see Jerry the Tramppresented by the Amaranth Club you will certainly learn The Noble Outcast jjr Jerry the Tramp will be worth twice the price you will pay to see it Remember the date Saturday the 23rd NOTICEA black andwhite spotted dog came to my home bout Sept ist 1911 Owner will please call and get same Dec 152 Op LASWELL Leave your laundry at Sutton McBee s store for the Danville e Steam Laundry Co Get your jxt1week There will be preaching at the Livingston Presb terian Church bv the Pastor next Sunday morning and even ng Specialmusic has been ai ranged for the morning service atH oclock Everybody welcome nQfllMila very senous acct waylhomewith his shotgun beside him with his handover the barrel The jun slipped off the log and the 1fmptation was necessary which per tiOtr was prformedby Drs Southard and Lovell late Wednes lay evening The boyis doiiig very nicely ki fits i i FREE LA IV H Brown bought Luther Cummins residence In the Sparks Davis addition There will be a union Xmas tree at the Curt house en Saturday evening Dec 23 rdIPreaching atthe Baptist Church byIa IIThe Black Bachelor a Negro Farce in One Act by the Brod head Amaranth Club Saturday 23rd We cut the price on Ladies Suits early just to clean upand make room for our itn mense Hue of Mensclotbing Have you taken for a few days anvantage yet SUTTON MCBisE James Riley Perkins L N conductor while helpiug his crew double Rileys hill last night was attacked by a vicious bull dog and his arms and legs horribly mangled Since no one knew oi such a dog in the Community it is feared it was a mad dog A CHRISTMAS DONATION PARTY In order to make Christmas both pleasant and materially helpful the Graded School at Mt Vernon will Give on Friday evening Dec 22 at the school building a Christmas Donation Party trthe benefit of the destitute of Ute community An appropriate Christmas enter tainment will hegivtn by the school to which all are invited and urged to come Each one is asked to bringscmesubstantial gilt suitable for those who might not otherwise be able to have a Merry Christmas These gifts will be turned over to a committee of the town people who will distribute them to the those who most need them We believe that what we are planning is in harmony with the Christmas spirit as wellas beneficial both to the giver and those receIving the gifts We toI not wish any one to think that is simply un aflair of the Graded School children and teachers but rattier of the community and for ingllaHave Sour gifts ready however little or great itt maybe T A HOUSTON Principal k ffi F WE PAY EXPRESS ANYWHERE ON PURCHASES 15 OR MORE MAIL AND PHONE ORDLRS FILLED PROMPTLY Our store is chucked full of Xmas presents for Men Women and children SUTTONT McBEK Mr Faris had his examining trial yesterday and was held over under a 2000 bond which he will fill today The Rockcastle Medical society met here yesterday and aftei carrying out the program as arranged closed with a big banquet at the Miller hotel The Brodhead Dramatic club origIacts Hall BrodheadKY Dec 25 1911 at 7 45 P M NOTICE Until further notice I will sell pork hams atI24 cts sides 12 cts and shoulders n cts for cashV A Cox Nov174tNoTIcEIf sold at once will sell at a birgain my concrete store room and cottage on Main St Mt Vernon GT JOHNSON London Ky I have my shop over U G Bakers store and will do all kind of cleaning and pressing at o reasonable price Work gjaran eed Dec i 3 WM MULUNS HOLIDAY FARES Low ROUND TRIP RATES Via Queen rescent Route Ex cursion tickets will be sold Dec 15 6 i7 2021 22 2324 25 30 and 31 1911 and January rst i9i2 Final limits to return January 8th 1912 Ask your Ticket Agent for partic Wars W A Beckler General Passenger Cincinnati Ohio There ino better Xmas pre eat JournalInkindness all the year 300 for both 1 5 pch DRt11iNONDf v JE you have acoJd get a Lotpe of Chamberlains Cough Remedy It will soon fix you up lalldghtanlwillw rd off any ten delicv toward pneumonia This remedy contains no opium or other narcotic and may be given as confidently to a babyaS to an adult s61da Chas Cv Davis tIit i BRODHEAD t Mrs Slyvan Bordes is with her parents Dr and Mrs Francis George S Durham was in Liv ingston between trains Sunday Russell Fan is of East Bernstadtis with his parents at tbispla eTomi McClure who Cincinnati Ohio about a month ago has moved back and will fF main here this winter J Thomas Cherry was in Stanford Monday on businessA M Hiatt and wife were with home folks Saturday and SundayMisses Jennie Davis and Anne Tate of Mt Vernon were vis iting in town Saturday and Su- ndayJ F Watson was in Mt Vernon Suuday between trains E J Ford the piano man from Danville bought four lots in the Henry Addition from John E EvansJames W Brown has been appointed post master at Ottawa Ky Miss Elva Brown having re sibgnedLast Friday morning a difficulty arose between Maurice Farris and a Mr Woods boh living on the farm of j J McCalland W T Brooks on NegroQreek and Mr Wood was shoot twice with a shot gun by Farris which resulted in his death at about mid night SaturdayJ VV Wood ll sold a part of his farm near this place to Sim Saylor who had re cently sold his farm to David Webb2Mrs J Monte Roberts who has been quite sick is able to be out againMr Dan Woods was buried at the Methodibt Ceme tery Sunday afternoon George- S Durham has accepted a position in R B Sams Restaurant at Liv ringstonVi T Brooks sold a of work cattle to Wm Hysinger o near Hiatt Tne Brodhead Amar anth Club will present the Four Act Drama entitled A Noble OuttCast on Saturday night December s 23 everybody invited to attend 7 The Brodhead Dramatic Club will present Uncle Rube on Xmas night and it is hoped that every body will patronize these plays as the proceeds are to go for a good causeW T Brooks was at home Thursday on account of being a witness at the trial of Maurice Far ris for the killing of Dan Woods Quite a number attended the trial ivof Maurice Farris at Mt Vernon rhursday Mrs Dora Rice of Livingston is visiting Miss Willie Benton this weekMr Eberhart the picture man is located at this pac- eChildren Cry FOR FLETC- HERSOASTORIA A TEXAS WONDER The Texas Wonder cures kidney and bladder troubles removing gravel cures diabets weak and lame backs rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and in boty men and women Regulates bladder troubles in chibren If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mail on receipt of 100 One small bottle in two months treatment and seldom fails to perfect a curt Send for testi monials from hL and other statest Dr E W Hall 2926 Olive street Louis Mo Sold by druggist I had been troubled with con stipation for two years and tried all of the best physicians in Bristol Tenn and they could do nothing for me writes Thos E Williams Middleboro Ry Two packages of LiverfChas C Davis ROYAL i BAKING POWDERAbsoute0y Pure Te Powder made I fromRoyalGrapeCreamofTartarNO t O t 4 FIELDS RO5 j CLOSING OUT- YTO QUIT BUSINESSf r i Chancetor Save Our Entire Stock at Cost Beginning Monday Morning December Uth1 we will close out our entire stock or General 4Merchandke at Le ell Green Ky and as soon as this stock is sold we will quit business at Level Gioen Now in order to ineve them quick we have marked everything right around cost LOOK AT THESE PRICES SHOES MEN S 300 Values for B 350t 59I 400c t i Mens Heavy Brogans 139 GOODS Ibe UALICOat WOOL SCARFS 39ct We ire going to sell everything and business These Goods will ba divided among the good for miles around who are to reap this grert harvest We have the goods and they going j Hook Up Your Team and Come EarlyI S AN D TAKE BACK with you the most goods yon ever bought any where for the same money Sale Begins Monday Dec It Rain or shine Come early and grys 61i bargains Bring this circular vV i you also your cash r d Begin- sMONDAY H Dec HI at SHERIFFS I or my deputy will on Monday Dec 25th 1911 it being regular county court day at the front door of the court house jn Mt Vernon Ky offer for sale to the highest and best bidder the following tracts of land or a sullicient part thereot to satisfy the tax due the county and state for the year 1911 T J NICELEY S R C Name No acres Tax cost DISTRICT NO 1 G M Frrlericks 35 553 J H Hnsel 1 425 J W Kirby 115 067 J F Kirby 1 4p5 W M Mprdfs 18 426 John Norton 37 807 W E nr 83 532 one town lot in AIt Vernon listed by Mrs J H Ramsey 627 50 acres listed by WVM Reynolds 798 11ii uJ GCTRiddle 1168 DISTRICT No2 WEST MT VERNON 4d acrefr listed by J C Brock 977 Boyd hock 45 977 Cluefown lot in i tIt Vernon listed by Wils Carpenter 685 165 acres 1is ljy W Bi J Minghaiu r v 4o34 3 acres Jisted by G A Hayse T5 7 t6- Onz 3OWn jot Mt Vernon ii tedTyWilson HtI larsc9457- bi ares listed by Elmer Ifouk tax and cost 24 4p lot inhlt Ver v FnOJijtel11yS ogler nti 214 A i prBh 30 t 914 Term lot Mt by sj T of 1 h01listec1byz7 M T Smltli 1549- i r DRY 4c SUITING at 39c GINGHAMS at 8c zaow l ILiLEVELL GREEN KY byItone 13 95 Ambros 40 5 59 Sherman Baker 5 5 48 J W Berry 43 6 17 Elizabeth Bratchern r g 32 Nancy sullen 45 f tJ Byrd Green 70 7 Eli Cotfey 350 J6 M H P Dalton 15010J w Durham 40 4 00 W II Durham 1S88 Martha Hayes 303 28 GT Hurst 7400-W H Fish 200 31 07 A D Knuckles 254 26 Samuel Lambert 25r 8 84 jerry iaswell 5 7 80 j T LinVille 1616 60 J R McCjjJlmn 306 SW Parker rS 191o 116218 60 Hattie Poynter 09 R W Riddle p 181 l2 50 W B Saylor 00 7 So H T sa for 110 JS jI C JJaytor i il 18 31 M ins lnis25468-E C Thomas 13 4 06 A W Titnsn r 9oo 1013 E D Trtiett v 20 JJ20 N YUmolt 1iri 20 4 Os Lee Wren rVV 507M- ar o y Voiice heirs 413 2 4 Scaffolil Cane R IiandJ WAanglin652 80 R L Ariglm 0011Savanah Baker Bal inger Ii2 6915 Della Broughton 5o 215 S S Cain i9iorll 8o 1161 S B Cookv2oi 491 Jas Cloudier V 47 jJB John ft GM4Sr2o T 425 832iTazWel1Charley Gadd i 80 i7 i7- Harrison Gadd 6o i p W J34 arris n r 3o 6o0 I iIf 100 VALUES for 79c Thet Itf9c 50c I q5ct tt I9c in stock quit people fortunate enough are rat th Sale LAND SALE Price VernoniHated CQmJtim tlo7S I Eliza DISTRICLN0 60915A- ndy Ivniina Hensley 9 4 05 Granville Ilollingsworth 532 M L miller 1161232F F Miller 40744EW Miller 60616L- ee Montgomery i125457Vi- rgil McClanahan 2 46 8d Mf Hone r25 553- Ct1IJ Parr1Ml 50235Harvey J iiey m 4 57 P fT lZectoy i 4 25 Krank Seals 30 j w A Seals 000 7 23 W H Stephens 117 toonJ4John Swintord heir5o 2 W H Thomas 7o 723- DISTRICT NO 5Crcoked Creek J F Adatiis2r 5 05 C E Allen 73080N g Ash heirs 24o1422r-C Carpenter 8o119 49 Boyd Carpenter t 40521B-ury Coffey loo 662 J F J B Cox 23922 00i Thos Dougherty boo 13 47 W H Drew754 277ftLewis Hnlit fop O06 44 Jtuss Howard 101193 577fSgliliGyM11111 A McCracken 1125 9 02 Chas J r go4 92 T Owens n 15 b a2 G Philbeckr 755 95 John Reece 7 707 R 78Iee S lrpherr J3sW G Singleton 595 Bill Spdonamore iv bd1395B- cv Thomas hr 80G 60 IiJane25r2J 77 DISTRICT NO jOrlando J H Anderson v 1i jvv509WF A dersonn r72 i780R R S key i 1 8 92 5ft Bryant liV 40 0 9 77 l l Sale Ends- Saturday Dec 23i Doia Bond 9214G- ill Reynolds1485 L A n n rT 41 Op Law 160lo 18 Miunie l eger 3010 oo Alfred Mason 25 5 64 A J Miller 75 5 52 Mary Mulllns 39 0 53 mrs W D Mullins 2oo 5 32 A G Proctor 507 80 G G Robinson 1 4 D- fRc tns1001037J-op Robinsjn 3o4 60 PIfRICTNQ Livingston rsJMAljen AR 2 7j8 C I13alier Ifl 1 15IP F Bullock 12516SGeo Bustleilre 80lrW R Clark i 25490 JauiesCollins l 40 5 9o J H Collins i 727 65 J hn Cromer 246 7o G W Clark Bo 616 ii Ficucir 0010 oc Fowler 3214111 Gentr town lot Livingston 6 15 Graves u lo CM opllpc 16 f8 GeofirilJJj n 7 80 j E Gri itlw 1 acrgs jfJ8 fieo HeiJardiP f32 A ijtl1ft 150 j 9 Mprgan Jbjjinson v v0i 6 27 Nancey Keljy vJg 47p j P KeJJeyl U 1 637 Jrc Jamb 25 4 38 B LeavtUi fr 1 act 142 H M Morgqfr lo 2 49 IlL MRrttn vfe Vloo 8 oo W B Moble f + 41511 34 John Mink nr k 47 4o5 Richard MobleyI 40 9 p3 Mrs Chas Morris J 25 278j Ed McCormiC f 6 boo Milt McClure v Iris f 5 53 L J i vj i ti1 k rSti a hire rt at Iii- 1V 11 ier 616 adksoil Oreil2joil 399- x R rerrj n townlot iiivingdlott 4 t 5 tl R Pjsvde 71 7 44 El I P ndef 55 6 So vVM Pjndcf 75 4 90 ER ynolls turn lot Livingston 7 44 vVaRbinsot 75 585 tockcastle iniiig C Zoo 14 22 G D Sambro is tot Livingston 11 7o rjm Sjuthiril 2 413 w t1 Sommers r 490 Jack Stalsw r ii 1 504 WMTurnT lo 553 Jim Whitaker 10 5 53 W Woods 65 4 9o C C York 1751015DI- STRIST No 8 Walnut Grove- J R Bradley 5o 880 Jim Bullock 40 490 W M Cloutz 35 515- W C Clontz 60 52 J W Crome190 616 Bill Cromer 5j 4 David Cronitr 55 11 98 Geo French 3o 1 o J L Hayes 40 f f5 H F Hibbad loo 8 71 Henry Jones to 4 90 A iiink for 19 lo C 11 3oo 3852 Alex mink Io7 871 W F moore for 191o C 1125 3339 Naper mcQueen 20 4 26 T J Nichols 12o 872 R E Nichols 180 9 35 T B Nichols 3o 490 A W Norton 175 40 61 A J Norton for i91o il 15oo 92 43 R W Oliver 150 8o7 Geo Pittman no 4 90 milt Reamed 5o 4 90r John Rowe loo 616 Nath Swiney 93 5 52 Jas R Taylor 5o 534 Julia Vance 75 277 Henry Woodall 25 4 fo DISTRICT No 9 Ricwn s H Bloomer loo 9 4o J A Bullock 55 80 F G Cummins 15 20 G E Cum iiiins 9 4 95 Cummins II 85 W II Debord 80 12 27 John Ham 70 00 O L Hatcher 88 u D g Herin 3 425 Jane Logsdon n r 340 C C Metcalf 7s 1392 CHMcKirmey 50 464 Thos MuLemoro 75 9 98 B F Prce 103 140o- W M Price 150 65 Elisha Scott 25 4 90 C L Young 55 tIll DlfeTiilCF No 10 Brodhead Smith Adams 25 871 A J Bailey i 5 998 Thos Burk 7 44 Mis Oru Bowers n r town lot Brodhead 5 34 arch Boyd 40 14 68 AM lloyd 10 744 Jas Boyd 7 4 90 Floyd Jract 50 724 Jas Brock 601 2627 Mary Brown 8J 563 J T Brown 4 388 W L Cash 40 120 AIrs Mitchell Delany 2 468 Levi Denny 45 5 89 W T EHS town lot Brodhead 15 66 E L Hams 70 1104 AC Hint 3 4773 T J Helton tovn lot Brodhead 494 C J Howard 5 3 20 K B HowarJ 75 7 88 John C Howard yrs 1910 ItO 95 Mary J Lawrence 60 3 45 Jack Leeci 70 Chas lisiurs heirs 15 Tildy Mayfield 7o 532 Jas Michell 25 490 VMiiink heirs 862 Mart Owens 20 533 Robt Paragon n r lot Brodhead 4 05 W H Profit 28 5 63 Harvy Prewit 30 3 41 A H Renfroe 2 4 86 Annie Shumate 150 7 64 J H Singleion 35 7 44 lexauder Smith 196 3484 yrs 191011 Jeo M Thomas 40 73 vV J Tipton 55 i 3 ira Tyree 18 74 N Vanhook 6 6 8t las Wallen 13 7 uizzie Wallen 160 it 6ir DISTRICT No u POWERS Charley Abney So 5 9 james Allen 55 3 7 vlaitha Anglin 46 38 i c Bowman j 25 49 21Barlow i51TuliaDimes 38 5 95 Richard King 41 4 Rufus McGuire 6j 4 go W B F Peters 70 7 24 LIGHTNING KILLS FEW In 1006 lightning killed onhII Ij9 people in t isWhol co Ones chances of death by lightning are less than two in a million liveidneygreater but not if Electric Bittersi be used as Robert West Burlington Ia proved Four doctors gave him upafter eight months of suffering from virulent liver trouble and yellow jaundice He was then completely cured by Electric Bitters Theyre he best stomach liver nerve and purifiercpD y 5 FAR SALE OR TR DpirrVictof Qraphophone JjTo f and ja lie ord 8 in good condition Q fSpfTgN Mt Vernon J y JS ery family hasueed oLa good reliable liniment For sprains bruies soreness of the and rheumatic pains there muscleJ better than C1t hber1 by GhasO Davis 1 r Ir tirairl Vro= Children Cry for F etchers The Kind You XTavo Always Bought and which has been in use for over 30 years has borne the signature of and has been made under his person 9 al supervision since its infancy 7Z Allow no one to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and ChildrenExperience against Experiment What is CASTORIACastoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare goric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither 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 Childrens Panacea The Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature ofp I The Kind You Have Always BoughtrIn Use For Over 30 Years 77 tiII h =tlfl11111lij4 n 1l1f1411f1l111lIlM4lI111f11141l1411tlI1tlil111IPltift- G1I f VERNON GLRET CO PRACTICAL 3UNDERTAKERS g FUNERAL DIRECTORS 1 Mt Vernon Ky = COUCH METALl C CASKETS 3- E Coffins and Robes ofrr= Ework for the company = EOrdes by wire promptly till dHearse sent to all points 3 E GEORGE OWENS E Office Mt Vernon Monumental Building PHONE 112 UUUHUUU1UlH11UH1Ul UHU I 1U1U1UllU1UllUU UUlllUU1 i Pains All Over You are welcome says Mrs Nora Guffey of Eoken Arrow Qkla to use my letter in any vy you want to if it will induce some suffering woman lo try Cardui I had pains all over and suffered with an abscess Three ply sicians failed to relieve me Since taking Cardui I am in better health than ever before and that means much to me because I suffered many yca with vgmanly troubles of s different kinds What other treatments tried helped me s for a few days only 1 TAKE rARDUI AN- DEMBALMERS Manager3 IWomans1 Dont wait until you are taken down sick before tak 1 ing care of yourself The small aches and pains and other symptoms of womanly weakness and disease always mean i worse to follow unless given quick treatment H You would always keep Cardul handy if you knew what quick and permanent relief it gives where weakness I and disease of the womanly system makes life seem hard H to bear Cardui has helped over a million women Try it Write to Ladies Advisory Dept Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn 5 for Special Instructions and 64paee book Home Treatment for Women sent free J X Ghas Cy Davis i There are lots 6i Drugi 4 Stores in this land of ours f that sell Drugs but the DrugStore for the people r is the one that gives the J purest drugs pbtairja le proveJf 3 3IC b Chas C Davis Druggist Phone No 39 MT VTRNON KY W t I i