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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 2 1 Published very Friday int vunu i TLL5 = IvottJM xxv MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY DEC 22 1911 N UMBER 13 j t IAL1d 1IIII Thursday Friday December 28 1911 qir I will offer at my store Brodhead Ky on the above pamed dates to the highest bidder tAlot of Shoes Clothing Hats Ladies and Mens Underwear Groceries Hardware Furniture Qucensware Glassware c Also during this Sale I will offer the following t 2 Disc Harrows J Corn Drill J Mowing Machine 1 Hay Rake 1 Cutting Box J Tobacco Screw J TwoHorse Wagon and other Farming Tools Terms SPOT CASH AH Settlements to be made on Day of Salle J Ths eiERRY BRODHEABI KYry o t yj PGHANDL E RAlJ Gtion eta s eflUre tyeesoodateeiaeaaesemeeeaeas aee sereeeeoooeoeeooeonoe 0 0 0 f 00 00 v The CMMrfea li Crusade Today I goes upon good shoe leather shod in ll the dressiest cleanest neatest uptodatest toppiest shoes that small feet ever wore BUSTER BROWN a I RmBONSHOES FOR BOYS FOR GIRLS really they are so I IIAnd and workmanship everything that and l first pick of best ma terials can contribute to make these shoes right is done Theres real saving in Buster Brown Shoes for you Your young ster will look bet ter be better dressed and the shoes them selves willM outwear other kinds CHRISTMAS PresHnts We have Christmas Presents FOR ALL THE FAMILY such as Ties Handkei chiefs Silk Scarfs Silk Hose Table Covers Dresser Scarfsr And A BIG LINE OF JEWELRY 4r 7SWEATERSat Low Prices i e f f e i sesssssssseseiN t T ii 11 2930 ssrrasoa LI V1NOSTOK Th re will lea CltrstniasJree- and also a short e rerta nmeut at the Baptis clot ttnightlV St i e recently moved to Paris Ky was here a few da a s lat wee on business She seems to be delight led with hr ew home Irs W H Joyner will spend Christmas in CorbinRoy was here i from I ebanon Junction M jndty Miss Ella Mae Blandfpid attended the burialof her grandfather Dr W A Brown at ijgrksvilleGe rge Durham of Bfbdpead is night clerkat the reainurmt iii Hart Sims Mrs Orndorff and irs gary FJagMn and daughter Mis Nellie were in Stanford shopping ist Wednesday Mr and Mrs Geter Palin have returned from Louisville B Owens has been quite sick with acute indigestion Mr and Mrs Bert Whitehead of Mt Vernon were the guests of Mr and Mrs George Pope lat weekMrs Charley Rice spent several days in Stanford this we k1h Brodhead Dramatic Club will give an entertain ment here Tuesday night Dec 26 The play is a very laughable four act drama Proceeds go to a worthy cause John Lair was here from Mt Vernon Tuesday visiting his aunt Mrs George COikMiss Mary Edna Crouch student of Nazareth Academy and Miss Cleo Penning ton of Brown Memorial arrived yesterday to spend the holidays with homefolks Dr E J Brown of Stanfordwas here Sunda on professional businessMi and Mrs H D Magee are with rela lives in Lojisville this week Services were held at the Presbyterian church last Sunday by the paslo Rer Geo Watsoii A J S flce was a rendered by C E Rice and Mrs Will Kruger Miss Annie and Rice Walton of Union College came home Wednesday fortht holidaysPierce Cottengini i iseseee oeeesaeeeoae tenedseeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeel e- tssoseeotsoe eeeoososoooee eeeoesoos esoYrsoeaoferoeooooooeoeoooosooooeoesso ofA1eesee f f eHt i OLD SANTA HOPESTHE BOYS B GIRLS WILL HAVE A TlR BRO11 ii SI A O- E2O DISCOUNT i e trylll BROWNI BOOTS t For Rny fit For Girl I Just ohelpt make Christmas Brighter jOr Ones we will offer this week and weekour MUSTER f HIG1VI TOP SHOES ATa ifi i 0 tt 20i 0L DISCOUNT 1 I Nj M g oe f errrsrssssssasssssasseessaesaas tI morninIg BROWN 51Oc Silk Petticoats at 295 e e4 e ea Isti t RX11rW r tt q suffering from a sevetely sprained ankle caused from au accident in toe yards Elmer Lechleiter was down from Lebanon Junction Mon willileavespend Christmas with her childn n Earl Rice is expected home today from Williamsburg Academey to spend the holidays with his parents Walter Browning who is in school at Crab Orchard ialso expected home this weekMrs George Martin and little daughter Louise are visiting relatives in Rowland = Mr and Mrs J P E Drummond and Mr JN Clark will go tot Knoxville to spend Christmas with Mr and Mrs VVillum ClarkMr and Mrs Fred Pike have returned to their horne in Corbin after a pleasant visit with relatives here Mrs Fred Neighbors left Sunday for Louisville to he gone several daysAH Hamlin and Walter Buckner were in Mt Vernon last week a POEMS WORTH WHILE THARS MORE IN THE MAN THAN THERE IS IN THE LAND I knowed man whicu he lived in JonesWhich Jones is a county of red hills and stones And he lived pretty much by gittin of loans And his mules was nolhiu but skin and bones And his hogs was flit as his cornbread pones And he had bout a thousand acres o land This man which his name it was also Jones He swore that htd leave them old red hills and stones Fur hfecouldent make nuthin but yallerish cotton And little o that and his fences was rotten And what little corn he had hit rVwas boughten And dingec1 et a livin was in the land jr T5rr upemalesSPertestin that folks was might big fools That ad stay in Georgy their lefe time outI Jest scratchin a iivin when all of em mought Git places in Texas whar cottoi would sprout Bv the time you could plant it in the land And he driv by a house whar a man named Brown Was a livin not fur from the edge o town And he bantered Brown fur to buy bis place And said that bein as money wa skace And bein as sheriffs was hard to face Two dollars an acre would get the land They closed at a dollar and fifty cents And Jones he bought hlma waggin and tents And l adedbis corn and his wimmin and truck V And mjved to Texas which it trek His entire pile with the best of luck To git thar and git him a little land But Brown moved out on the oldv Jones farm And he rolled up his breeches and bared his arm And he picked all the rpcks from ofifn the groun And he rooted iLupandhe plowed- it down Then he sowed his corn and his wheat in the land Five years glid by and Brown one das- Which hed got so Jattbat he wouldnt weigh Was a settin down sort rlazily To the bulliest dinner you ever see fJumPedWheon1i5 knee rV Ands Vans Jones which you bought his lani V And tliar was Jones stan info tat the fensAn- d he hadijr no waggin nor F mules nortents jfT Fur hehadleft Texas a olaid t um j To Geor gy tot see Tf hejcoudnt ii sum s ICi iaoar J Established s 1887 Y FEASIBILITY OF ACCURATE SHOOTING FROM AEROPLANE DEMONSTRATED BY UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT Flying at MileaMinute Clip Ueut Fickel Throws Two Successive Shots Straight Into Target Uh Bridgeport Conn was recently thi Scene of a most remarkable aeroplane achievement Not only did it thrill tle vast army of spectators because of the thebirlI111en curacy as when on tho ground Army officers have been anything but Satisfied with the results obtained the service rifle atjd the flight withI planned as a test of a repeating other than government male 4keIpaid admission and a far greater num who occupied points of vantage upon neighboring hilltops housetops and trees When Beachy came upon the field a violent wind was blowing Undeterred he mounted his seat and was scon soaring high above More than once it seemed to the spectators that his frail craft must surely turn turtle and come crashing to the earth but every time thetreacherous wind threathened clever manipulation by the aviator held the mn hine straight and true Afterhaving been in the air a number of minutes Beachy pointed his craft in the direction of the grandstand encircled it twice alightsbroughtTo every one present it seemed cer taint In view of the dangerous antics of the wind that no more flights would Employment and he was lookin- as ham Die as ef he had never owned any laud But Brown he axhim in and he sot Him down to his yittles smokin hot And when he had filledhigselfapd the floor Bronn looked at him sharp and riz and swore That whether mens land was rich or poor Thar was more in the man thai than was in the laud or Sidney Lanier r A MaconGeor is i86f r SAVED HIS WIFES LIFE My wife would have been in her grave today writes O H Brown of Muscadine Ala if it had not been for Dr Kings New Discovery She was down in her bed notable to get up without help She had a severe bronchial trouble and a dreadful cough I got her a bottle of Dr Kings New Discovery and she soon began to mend and was well in a short time Infallible for coughs and colds its the most reliable remedy ou earth for despratelung trouble hemorrhages lagrippe asthma hay fever croup and whopping cough soc too Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Chas Go Davis 4 Gifford Pinchot declared last Saturday night that Mr Tafts renominationjjy the Republican party had been made impossible during the past few months and that the country was rapidly turning toward Senator La Follette inographyrWik RSMIIHBUSINESS COLLEGE ud 8rrewry tom r r Ilrf Clttn tJ Its President has yearn of experience in mercantile nnd banking years Hncating young men and women for incc H BSEnter now WILB11BIiJUE Et11esJ ltruHd f Uederaed be attempted that afternoon but to the amazement of all Beachy as soon as he landed hailed Lieut Fickel who was standing nearby armed with a RemingtonUMC rifle and invited him to take a seat alongside This Lieut Fickel did and aviator and passencrer were soon on theirway To make the trip all the more hazard Otis the machine had been shorn of all extra supports invariably carried with passengers for balance Time art again the big planes could le seen to tremble as if they were about to snaowhen contrary gusts of wind thetiltingplane were forerunners of certain de struction to the aviator and his pas r r tt1r When the machine reached the farther end of the field it suddenly turned and came flying back at light ning speed At the other end of the field in full view of the spectators a target had been rigged When within firing range Lieut Fickel raised hisrifle and sent two shots straight to the mark It was a wonderful performance and a fitting climax to a meet that was re plete with sensational features In an interview after the demonstra tion Lieut Fickel said that he found the speed and accuracy of the Auto loader a distinct advantage over the service rifles hehad previously used in Similar tests and that he considered it the only practical gtjn for use under such conditions QUARTERLY REPORTS Of the condition of the Bank of Mt Vernon doi ig business in the town of Mt Vernon County of Rockcastle State of Kentucky at the close of business OQ the 5th day of December 191- 1RESOURCES Loans and Discount 07681392 Due from Banks 457566 Actual Cash on hand 478664 Overdrafts Secured 812 a oo Unsecured j 302040 182040 J Currentexpenses and f i taxes paid- Furniture 444718 and Fixtures 42025 x Total 9414405 LIABILITIES V Capital Stocitpaid in 1inSurplus 7300 00 Undivided profits 1005279 32027 1in i 6464126 Deposits on which interest is not paid 3341356t Notes and Billsyre discounted 4ooo oo Total 9414405 STATE OP KENTUCKY County pt Rockcastlsct v I W L Richards Cashierof the above named Benk do solemnly sweat that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief W t RICHARDS Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before tns byWL Richardsthis 16 day of December tort My Commission expires Feb 2 i94 A B FURNISH 5 Notary Public C C WILLIAbiS w RICHARDS S HI MARTIN Dkgctwr r IV p1iI j MI VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY DEC 22 ign Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT i of UB CRIPTION ONE YEAR tOO I Advertising tales made known application f MEMBER ASSOCIATIONf KENTUCKY PRESS 4tm E 1G06 ftIr o The Sta e Restriction Com mission will conclude its meeting t at Frankfort today and formulate ireport of recorrmendaMins i i1h a pportionntntof cunyiesionai jaiieia senateriatan legislative ui triCtKlo be preemed to the comiiiK session 01 the Gee pi As s m ly As fort cast in thir column aurtaN changes art nude III neailv every congressional rdistrit and many judicial chstrfc- tbeides crew ga new judrei a district to e confcofeed of Fran tin and Aid rsMi counties An- otherJ new j ithcial district is com of hr lI1111Lo Critten ryden nd Livingston counties Other changes are as follows Hal lard anj Carlisle counties taken out of the First and put into the Second Handcock taken out the Sixth and put into the Nint McLean taken out of the Sixth aid put into the Fourth Adair taken out of the Ninth and put into the Tenth The changes recommended the congressional districts are follows Christian from the Secon and put into the First Ohio taken t front the Fourth and put into Third Adair taken from t Eleventh andput into the FourtS- q Hart and Green taken out Fourth and put into the Third t Casey out of the Eleventh and i put into Eighth Clark taken o of Tenth and put iuto Trimble Carrot and Gallatin out of Sixth and put into seventt- i i Montgomery Menifee i and Elliott taken out of the Tent Ii and put into Ninth Perry Owsley rJickson and Letcher taken out the Eleventh and put into the 1entlruTwo districts only are changed in the appellaie districts Web ster and Union counties are taken out ot the First and put into the r Second district Clark Powellf ct Estill and Lee counties are taken fntr the fifth Times It has been said that the Kentucky fanners rises elrl yin th morningand steps into clothes made in New York shoes made in Massachusetts he cuts his wood with an axe made in Pennsylvania an ax handle made in Wisconsin f he builds a fire in a stove made in Michigan and his wile dresses i in goods woven in New Ramp r r shire proceeds to fry bacon that was packed in Illinois and potatoes that were grown in Colorado She makes biscuits with lard rendered in Kansas and wheat grown in J FJa breakfast he eats from dishes made in Ohio uses tables f and chairs from Minnesota he plcIw from Indiana a e reRst he blows out a lamp made in Chicago and falls upon a bed whose springs were made in Pittsburg and whose blankets came from San Frauciscp and we prosper in 1spite of ourselves SAME INKSTAND HE USED BEFORE Gov McCrearv isuow using the same inkstand he used when he was Governor of Kentucky thirty six years ago the members Sucietofy having presented to the Governor hiis F former administration n Grov McCreary went out of off e r31 tr I3 FADED ttLiSjQhe gave the inkstand he had during his four years as Gov dfYr i ernor to the Kentucky Historic ii Society little dreaming that after thrtysix Years he would again assume the reins of State and have use for the selfsame inkstand Gow McCreary was much affected j with the sentiment that attached folthe gft from the historical r eoctety t tf Lj BEIrAKEN The platform upon whit h the democracy won its great victory 1JI November gave assurance to the people of the State tbat the election P ison Commissioners would bt tttken from the Legislature and thi power of appointment be given i ihe Cover nor Tbs ptrtl ill plank was approved with prcclera unanimity by the press and hue McCreary gave it his unquilihtci approvalNo Jfih or partisan motive in fiuenceil the Governor in ur inn this change in the system of prisoi management He nas no desire n rewardan7puliticians who may e in the new pr posed hliriii opportunity to bUlla up a machine that will try to control party uomi nations and seek to distil butt official patrouage The class of men selected by the Governor would answer any criticisms and silence any fears that might be- n aroused by iransferring the con Legiseto e responsibility would centre upuu him Whenever anv member 01 the new Hoard Proved himself in competent or corrupt or hovtcd poluhc1sl theknaming the tbi riot way o get rid of an incflicictr of dishonest member would be lti indictment and convictiuhUr hi impeachment Under the proposed plan the Prison Commissioners wculd bear the same relation to the Governor Presihwo e to him and would have rue benefit of his wise counsels They would have the benefit of his wise connsel They would have no influence On perpetnas ddnot or duty would be to conduct th pri sons in such t way as to refl c thehcan theovery highest type of citizens t 0 do otherwise would be to reflet t tlhsuccess am thehpresenthhave brought about many reform- of in the conduct of the p niientiarie and have managed their business affairs with are and skill Ni personal reflection is deserved 01 intended y anything I raav say here They are Ud fortunate in serving under a system which has caused so much condemn 6n and to the extent that they are seeking to perpetuate themselves in office they are bringing criticism which eau nothelp them personally and which does serious injury to thee party whose success should be paramount with all of us When the Legislature has the right to name the Prison Com missioners then it follows that the Commission will eventtally try to name the members of the Legisla- n ture one good turn deserves another untlan eudless chain is formed and the State will be ex rosed to the open scandal 01 pubiic offices being bartered tht lawmakers and the Commissioners subjecting themselves to suspicion and distrust The vast patronage of the prisons is a powerful weapon in the hands of men unprincipled enough to use it with no power to check their repacity or to call then toaccount for their offences They can not only Rive themselves a life teuure in office but they can create an army of retainers paid out oi the State treasury whose devotion would last as long as they remained on the payroll every party obliga tion being lost sight of in their de sire to serve theirgenerous masters The evil of the present system even mule far reaching It makes the Legislature an appendage of the Prison Commissioners It creates a vassalege that is foreign to our democratic institutions and takes from the people tha right to gayeru themselves through their chosen representatives Such a condition will work irreparable harm to Democracy to the prisons and to the moral wellbeing of the whole State It poisons the very fountain he 9 of leggy anon sending contamination through all the arteries of the body politic The Democratic party is pledged- to the destruction of this system root and branch It cinonly be- accemplished by the repeal of the present law and giving to the Gov the bWclto tale a Cord dlasiou on otiose iilembelS wilt lie answeriblb ilirSctiy to him and Hrcjugh him to the whole people Ode of the first acts of the General Assembly should be to breik the shackles that have bound their predecessors and proclaim them selves free from t e contiol of any manor set ot men ho may be tempted to use them to promote their own sethh interests The dtmrattC p esc ofthe Sta e Can do no greater service 10 tie puny and to the people than to urge upon the menbers of tie Legislature that they redeem the promise ot the platform trrt the prisons be taken out of politics H A 1SOMMERS in Ehzabethtown News Listen to what McCrearv says on the party pledge to the people The platfrem on which the Democratic party won a great ictorv at the las election places important respoasioilities on our party and thc luty of comply g wily with the platform pledges ard ot only rest on every democratic retied on the tate ticket but theIne interested in a faithful compli irce with tie platform atd the iiRNuni g dirinist ration and the General Assemby stouleei em powered cMipelled to carry rut the pledges of the platfnrtr Iam in favor of complying with every declaratian of theDcmo critic platform adopted at the last state conveniion and to those who are charged with the sovereigt functions of legislation I to 5k with confidence and satisfaction foi prompt coopercition in the enactment of laws required by th platform which are as impcrtan and necessary as weie every con sidered by the members of am General Assemby Kentucky is fortunate it having worthy intelligent and well equio ped Senators and Repres 1tati e AstEve make a record which will h regarded by all as satisfactor and honorable Among the most important meas ures endorsed by the Democrat l platform and supported by thE candidates for office at the las election and to which both statE offices and members of the General Assembly are pledged are the fol tirosI must not discuss which at th Revision of the tax system b submission to a vote of the peopli whether or not they desire t adopt an amendment to our Stat Constitution broadening the power of the General Assembly so that i may classify properly for the pur pose of taxation Change in the present metho of selecting the Prison Commiss ioners of the state and the emova of all politics from the manage ment of our penal institutions H I KEEP JPII g t dFcaiiiii 1d dclarttnl t of Banking bvidrng ftjf etiujle = ihspcrt on ui all outca ehua cial tnstit tOns Electron of United Saes Sr tors by the direct vote of ifo p i pie sOrganizationamong farmers arid orgtnz tio andirooperation 1rtlOng lalx rii g Inert Such laws to wiU utder ppT priate penalties destroy all c trnj lobbying Extention of the present loial option lac- vDirect r primary lection law ExjHcii and itive corm It practice law The finances of the sjte shall suffer no detriment wlncri itmy n tI Gl tJ nor II preyei t MOTe effi ient and hi re piFCitai cijmon scn nl s steal v d edit catJQnal instiruttors ot the state wisely Jin economtally adn int er- ad and vvuuai a suffge in school elections Wise and conservative laws as will edroursige road a IIi brdge jiiildint and aeason i le SUIt aid whee each county firs does its part ENDS WINTEl T OQ 5LC To many winter is a seas n of trouble The Irost bitten toes and finorpr chapped hands end lips chilblains cold sores ed archrougn skins prove this 1ut such irouiles fly tefore Buckler Arnica Salve Arial convinces Greatest healer f Burns Boils P lei Cuts Sores Bruises EczPrn jaid praius Only25c at Chas Davis IIC Lee Conner mmer andIoc U hitthe Cum erlane River at Bnrkes ii1e COdlatekoure HIke a ht dose of Ch nit berains Ci ugh Remedy bathe 3M3ur feet ir hot witer before ioing to bed and you are almost C2 Uftn to ward offr edt iolo Fr sale Davise GET YOUR Qhristmas- t Candies and jFruits at J e jWALL INS RestaurantHere s Where the Good Eutns come from t WE SATISFY YourIa CXF WALLIN i The Candy Man church St Mt Vernon Ky i = i f iw ti 111 nUntUtnt1tHnu1ittUtHtnnUHhHnttttit1tH1 tt1ff1 fHfnt thtnitltHntntHfttn1n n I GOlliG SOME I ig tm SK =Nj NZ l tJ vi FURW11 MT IHllmU1U1mlummmlllmUllmmU1UmHUUII IlIUm HUUU1mIU 1mmUlH1l11iiilmU tCONN BROWN A B FURN IS- HBrownFurnish Realty Co We do a Real Estate business handle town and form do abstracting and pass on titles If you want to sell list your prQp I with us if you want to buy we can save you money The quicker a cold is gotten ti of the less the danger from pheu monia and other serious disease Mr B W L Hall of Waverlj Va says I Srmely believe Chat berlains Remedy to be at solutely the best preparation on tit market fo colds I have teccom mended it to inv friends and the allagree with me For sale by Chas U Davis ChildrenFOR FLETCHERS O A S Tr R i A POSTEp- We whose names appear Belo strictly forbid any kind of trespas upon our lands any one guilty a same will be to the ful extent of the law T D Mullius MS Nannie Hun Gus Staverson Mrs Josie Divaul J J Hvsinger G C Fish G S Onfii 1 2tq l3cCti3cE J 0 NA S McKENZIE il- c i EYE ON THIS SPACE EACHWEEKtwhere you will j itl- J always find listed the bent of goods which i are sold for a fair irTargain of profit Goods tl- bought right andsold right are the kindof i goods that it always t Our Motro has always to fI to our customers the very best goods possible for themoney Thanking my customers for the pat 2 ronage in the and asking a continu laitee in thefuture I amcl Your very truly g m JONAS 1VIcKENZIE t if w M iemoPti y i J r Ttt I H ji IJ rj IJI M Id Guess its going some = to have reputation of the BEST hirrifureM= IIrpefsy- o anruse Furnishings in thjs section if Ken == tuchats what they all savt ai d I am proud to state I can prove it 3 Til take pleasure in showing you the 11c1Y z i K 7e RE MAN VERiee9Ci6d KY general property Cough Cry prosecuted AN 1 pays buy been give tilin mmmin mm mmmmm mmjimnmimmmmmmfe IJllSanta Clause 11 F Iacceptable gail the Good Roys and Girls ii Sn in this CJt111ty Deposit as much as one dollar in thisy f bankand we will give you a 1 nice little Bark Buok to drop in their stockings and as allr g children would 1ie have- S = a bank aceaunttliLyail add is to it regularly and watch mit = it far 3 I The Peoples Bank I m xd dliltdift6lll4 ldtsldlllltl liftllLUbtltlltlllliUltfbitliilfi a c s CA0 yr x o p IF YOU WANT A I3l SUITIIOFICLOTHES Is rw g Without an equal that insures a fit corny j fort and durability a trial willconvince 1 Jj you ve make the price and sell the go- odsLILISANDERS i I cc CO GPW I j 4 CRAB ORCHARD KY 8 FURS AND HIDESHIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES Wool on Commission Write for price list mentioning this ad wt JOHN WHITE COLOUISVILlEKY T i ff MT VERNON SIGNAL I MT yERNON KY DEC 8 1911 Call up No 79 when you van tto CotiiiMunl cute wlih SIGNAL 79 JiruLou cv 4 BCo f TIME TABLE 2tartn v 440 pin t n4 iiortii 353a m I 1 south 1138 am iiiHJ TAS LANDUUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Alt Vernon Ky Postoftce 1ItSsecondclass mail matter Mr PERSONAL Chas A Adams was here from Berea Sunday DM Harper has a child vets r IMV with pneumonia Mrs R W Dyche was in Lon- dont Tllesrlayshoppillg Miss Anne Tate was in Brodlead from Friday until Monday John D Miller was home from Lebanoi Junction during thewr- ektMissNola Joiusis spending the holidays wi tidier mother in Win chester iiMi Frances Sparks has return a visit to friends in Cin cinnatiMiss Charlotte Watson is at home trom Caldwell College for the holida s Walter Robins was up from Biodhead Friday to have some printing done Miss Bertie Stone of Monticello is the guest of Misses Ella and Willie Frances lA Stevens B B Hagan and DV A Jones were over from Wildie yesterday DrE J Brown of Stanford spent a portion of the week with Dr Southard hunting Mrs Watson returned Wednes day from a months stay with her daughter in PiUsburg Penn Misses Bernice Landrum and Blanche Crawford and Chester rt Landruii were in Louisville first of the week Toe McKenzie has returned to Mt Vernon and is living in one of S H Martins residences on West Main- E i B Brown and sister Mrs M J Miller were in Parksville yester day to attend the burial of their uncle Dr W A Brown Mr W N Rice of Clover Fork who recently bought property at Conway has moved his family to his new home L T Stewart was over from Wildie yesterday to take his little daughter Sallie home from Brown i Memorial School for the holidays J Maurice Brown was here Tuesday fora few hours on his re turn from Parksville where he had been to see his uncle Dr W A Brown who is in a very critical condition and not expected to live i but a few days dWe ackowledge receipt of a copy of an old Time Democratic Mass Meeting from the pen of the brilliant Judge T Z Morrow vole and spicy ash is lew there 7 r TCir who read it who will not give it tile second reading Judge and Mrs R G Williams t of Ft Mitchell gave a dinner very choice in appointment last Wed nesday in compliment to Mrs John Storms of Lancaster Ky guest of Mr and Mrs Arthur Hubbard of Ft Mitchell Judge and Mrs Williams understand the art of dining well their guestsc Another pleasant feature was that It was the first anniversary ot their marriage Choice Killarney roses graced the center of the table The guest of houor wore a superb velvet gown richly embroidered and she was an acknowledged charming guest Mrs Hu bard j wore a blue satin gracefully adorn ed with seguins Miss Frances JrSparksgnest of Mrs Walter P Crail wore a pale blue chiffon t garniture of lace corsage knot of violets and valley lilies Her toilet was quite complete with a coquetish JuUetcapThefbgstess was gowned in pink crepedethine rMr Garland was also a guest Cincinnati Inquirer t LOCAL Dont forget to see A Noble Q lc3St at the Opera house at Brodhead tomorrow night TJ = tr=2 = i ON V OR ALL OF i AND I aa = I r Ump Bullock of the Skeggs Creek ectiou is dead Rev Tinsley preached to an interesting discourse at the Christ ian Ccurchlast Sunday The four act dra maA Noble Outcast or Jerry the Tramp will be given tomorrow night at Brod head Opera Hall Bub Green from tire Country will be a Brodbead Hall Xmas night and wants to see all the town girls At Livingston Dec 26 If you dont see Upson the New York dude and his gal Taggs you will regret it Bank Hall Brodhead Xmas night At Livingston Dec 26th We regret very much to hear of the death of Dr W A Brown of which occurred Tues day A good man and able physic ian gone to his reward The town board of trustees has passed a levy of 25Cts on 100 and 100 Doll tax for year 1912 They also had vouchers issued to refund thejspecial license tax to- thole who have paid same except in case of molt mead pool table SALE ORRENT One two story frame dwelling on Main St Brodhead Ky with goodwell two good barns andall necessary out buildings All in good repair on a two acre well fenced good garden and barn lots Also One two story frame dwelling on Main Street Brodhead with one large barn and barn lot Good large garden good out in cluding 40 acres of good land in town limits Apply to J THOS CHERRY Brodhead Ky Wednesday evening was the Xmas tree r nd Cob Web party at the Langdon dormitory when each of the students of that instj tution were made glad Anumber of nice presents were sent by friends of the school The Cob Web party was the most enjoy entertainImente anxiety tC r ach the packag at the end of the web became overanxious and broke the as the resultnever found the much sought prize until the very s- lIt was an evening th roughly en joyed by all 1 I 500 BATS FREEVl b ul rr a FISHIS GIVING AWAY HATS 1j COME GET YOURSt TODAY J We have too many FINE SUITS OVERCOATS and HATS for Falland Winter and we will begin Saturday December 16thgiving a New Fall Hat with every Suit or Overcoat at 10 and u- pYQURCHO1CHEOFOURSTOCK t W Of Fine Hats except Stetsons with any of Our Famous Guaranteed Suits ex rt Overcot at tifa 1Oto 20 BIG DISPLAY OF XMAS GIFTS FOR MEN Neckwearinevery style and color 25 and 50 centsiAf Neckwear put up in holiday boxes Give him one of our Silk Ties for XmasJust 50c WE HAVE THE CLOTHES AND IIAT FOR YOU Remember this offer isunot good after SATURDAY DECEMBER 30Th LOOK FOR TIlE SIGN OF TIlE FISH 1 DERBY HATS TELESCOPE HATS FUZZY HATS AND FREEYE PAY EXPRESS ANYWHERE PURCHASES MORE KINDS HATS HAIL PHONE ORDLRS FILLED PROMPTLY Parksville etcFOR buildings farming stringand Santa is at SUTTON McBEEs Overcoats and sweaters at a big reduction at Sutton McBees Don t forget the donation party atGiaded school this afternoon You can get a 2 Fuzzy hat at Sutton and McBees forr5o- Sox ties handkerchiefs suspenders belts tie pins cuff links all make nice Xmas presents for men SUTTON McBKES The Rev James Riddle will preach at the Cove school house the fifth Sunday in this monthat 230 P M If you cant laugh close your eyes when Ike the farm hand comes to town Brodbead Hal Xmas night At Livingston Do 26thNOTICEI want all my friend to meet me at Bank Hall Brodhead X nas night Your Uncle Rube AtLivingston Dec 26 NOTICEA blsck and while spotted dog came to my home about Sept 1st 19117 Owner will please call Dec 152 andgetsameI What are you graded school building this afternoon ha present for some poor but worthy child which otherwise might not feceive a single Xmas present A Christmas cantata at the Pres byterian church next Sunday night The ChristChild by Carl Bliss rendered by a quartet and chorus Do not miss ih The hour is oclock INOTICR On account of my eIJangone until March ist My store i be closed but any one desiring anything from it will please call on Mrs Van Winkle who will gladly wait upon you twill open my springt line as usual in March and hope to be able to supply ray customers as in the past Thanking one and all for your former patronage and wisbjng you a merry Xmas and happy New Year Iam VerY resPi Mi Brown t ifO iri 7r d QUARTERKY REPORT IOf the condition of the Peoples Bank doing business in the town of ML Vernon County of Rocky ca tie Stalest Kentucky at the close of business on the 5th day of Dec inRESOURCES 5848684IActual Cash on hand 546302 Overdrafts Secured 10iCurrent expenses and 134049IReal Estate Furniturey and Fixtures 816917 Total f 8279398 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in in cash 2booooo Surplus 90000 Un ldivided profits 62o46 J + 152646 Depositson which V interest isjpaid K 7000 L 59392 08 Deposttsonwhichinterest r t y 4239208 Int since July r 1911 188144 82 793 98 STATE OFYKKNTUCKS County ot Rbckasile se- tIUG Baker Cashier of the above named Bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief U G BAKER Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before mexby U G Baker this 18 day ol Dec 1911 1stlIql p WoarjHPublic WiBKTxvauMSn DB SOUTHARD Directors L The Baptist Sunday school will yearISunday school which will be given but just after Sunday school IFOR SALE Flve shares stock in Peoples BankiMt Vernon Any persotwishingfAfo buy will call on or drtsr P H SHUTTS Dec 22tf V BromOjKy 2 L tJ QUATRERLY REPORT Ot the condition of the Citizens Bank doing business in the town of godhead county of Rockcastle State of Kentucky at the close of business on the 5 day of December 1911 RESOURCES Leans and Discounts 392IS4r Due from Batiks 154695 Adtnal cash on band 361210 OvcrdraftsSecuredSjiooo Unsecmed2S62 83862 Current expenses and taxes paid 72631 Real Estat 32 000 Furniture and Fixtures 227500 552500 5146739ILIABILITIES Capital Stock paid inj in cash i5oooo Surplus Undivided 75000ll 69389 J 14438- Deposits tin which in terest is paid 958145 1 f 0235 tDepositsest is not paid 2544265 J t Total 51 46739 STATE OF KENTUCKY J County of Rockcastle set I A LIiiatt Cashier of the above nnmd Panl do solemnly swear that the above statement if true to thf best of my knowledge and belief A M HTATT Cashier Subscribed apd sworn to before me by A M Hiatt this ib day of Dec 1911 ROBINS Ntary Public My Commission expires March 4 1914 X J THOS CHERRY R H HArt r W EGRAVELY Directors A TERRIBLE BLUNDER to neglect liver trou le Nevtr dp Take Dr Rings New Life lit on the firstsig n of cdnMi patJon biliousness or fDactive bowels and proven virulent indj jiundree jor gall stones They regulateJiJ t stomach aur bowelsandbpildupotlr health Only 250 at Chas C DaVis Qhltcirory Cryt tFO FLETC RS S S F4 drR J Afir tiirt Srirr 0 rtFr TEXAS WONDER IThe Texas Wonder cures kidney and bladder troubles removing gravel cures diabets weak and lame backs rheumatism andall irregularities of the kidneys and in boty men and women Regu chibrenlIfOne small bottle in two months treatment and seldom fails to 9rtestjI conIstipation Tenn and they could do nothing for me writes Thos E Williams MidrlJeboro Ry Two packages of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets cured mel For sale hv Chas C Davis 9Many lawyers from V31 ions parts of the country attended a memorial meeting in Washington Satufdav in honor of the late Associate Justice John M Harlan Augustus E Wilson late Governor of Kentucky presided Haldeman wPi the feature event at Columbia S C SemiQuaver was second and Otilo was third = =R T ffg Hfj m B Drdip hitehaIIO R SEt TU Rra 1 Y For 15 years a Standard Remedy for all forma of Rheumatism lumbago gout Bore muscles stiff or stvoilen joints It qurcUy relieves the cevcre pairs reduces the fever and elimin tea the poison from the system 50 cents a box at druggists Write for a Freo trial Box Dr Whitehall rilcgrlmino Co I 188 S Lsfayctto Gt South DcnJ lid Wheti you have a cold get a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy It will soon fix you up all right anr1will ward off any ten This Inarcoticfidentlyto a bahy as to an adult Sold by Chas C Davis t a The veterans of the Cuban for independence adopted a resot Intion at Havana requesting thaq the cofferdam around the the Main be allowed to remain l is proposed to erect a monument on the site LloydGeoJge Chancellor of the Exchequer who made a speech womanSjsnffra fliLIBAKINGI POWDER Absoutely PUre EconoIlYl3zes Butter flour E99s makes the food more- appetizing and wioIesorne The only Baking powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tarlar- 7J t c f A TILOOD SiifticiNE WErjaotol AM 6161L e definitly proven by experiments oft ibimaH Ifiiii ftteohol 1owCrthfmicLl power of the body and that alcohol paralysis tB8 White cor pusc1es of the blood and renders there unable to take up and destroy disease geins- Disease cause the death of over onehaU of the human racegerms medicine made entirely without alcohol which is a pure glycenc tract bloodA Bloodroot Queens root Golden Seal root Mandrake anl- Stone of roots such as has been extensively sold by druggists for the past forty years as Dr root Discovery The refreshing influence of this extract is like pierces GoldenJdedical nfluen blood is bathed in the tonic which gives life to the blood Natures and their increased activity consumes the the vital fires of the body burn brighter rubbish which has accumulated during the winter tissue R V Picrcethe founder of the Invalids Hotel an zai Sursiicai Institute and a physician of large experience am f practice was the first to make up an ALTERATIVE ERAT roots without a particle of alcohol or narcotic His wiUi tho Krcatcstof pleasure that I write to let you know the great benefit received Iron the use of your medicines md se- s treatnlcnt at home writes Mns Vhf HEYES of Ldysmith B C Is r fered for three years from a rum n sore Consulted four doctorS V I told I was In con uJtthey tailed to niend or give relief Finally was zmd would have to consult a specialist concerning my car Cut tL llionbone must be cut out before the wound would heaL kind met advised ne to write to Dr Pierce which I did and after seven month use of the trcatmcnt the sote is nailed and I enjoy bettor health that did I drescd the wound with Dr Pierces AllHcalinB Salve Ievert Y the Golden Meiical Discovery and Pleasant Pellets for i troubles I shall tivuys recoi amend your medicines 1tRsyEsDr Pierces Pleasant Lellets regulate iiver and bo- welstTTflrT1fl = mm mm mm I A Home Institution Iff This bank is a home institution Our loans are made right here at 2 home to our good farmers and business men It is a home institution i for our home people We will pay you good interest on your idle m funds Make a deposit and then pay your bills with your Jw check It is very simple convenient and safe Call and we 5 plain the many atvahtagres of a checking account You willpersonallf have a receipt which cannot be disputed The endorsed check m will he returned to you is incontestible proof of the payment of the bill m onrmcmey is snfc deposited in this bank to your credit If you car- = ry it in your pocket or leave it at home it may be lost or stolen 5 Come in and let us talk these matters over with you II 1 THE BANK OF MT VERNON wl INCORPORATED = EMT VERNON KENTUCKY mi Rifle ndiiSMOKcarIride1 Shoots 22 short 22 22 long rifle cartridges without adjustment Solid Breech Hammerless Safe Built by the same expert gunsmiths as the RemingtonUMC big game rifles Ifyou want to shoot your best shoot Reming tonUMC Lesmok 22s Their accuracy enabled Arthur Hubalek to break the Worlds Record in 100 consecutive shots scoring 2484 out of a possible 2500- mingto1UMCthe perfect shooting combination Remington ArmsUnion Metallic Cartridge Co 299 Broadway New York City e WINTER OUR1 1 TICKETS I PLQRIDA4AND 10 ON SALE VIA DAILY I SiSSSS ALL I SSELECTRICALLY EQUIPMENT LIGHTED CARS- SERVING MEALS GOOD RETURNING UNTIL MAY 31 1912 ANYTICKETACENT t on wnrrx 4SHC KINO Passenger and Agent E Main St LEXINGTON KY SS I SelfLoading Shotgun GAUGE MOfiEL 11t This new Winchester has all the good points of other recoil operated shotguns and many distinct lye features and improvements besides Among them are Nickel steel construction which gives surpassing strength and safety and a reloading system that will i handle all safe loads without readJustmentI Look oat oPIrDI lour dealers tr ttitdlo the Winchester I tofArmt Co New Haven Conn for a Jetcrifilice cinular IT WORKS WELL WITKAI LOADS i DINING ALL A LA CARTE Ticket 12 Repeat I rr = JII 1ut1 tfUNCSiZTA zra fr Our line of Couch Catkets- ifnintxctiltti llaiidmadLI1iisfiirnishedHetrse III Le Count v All orders by Wire PrdmpUyFied g5fiy F Mi JIrW 1v r nNP1f4tg t I LlTI JoT intnlrra U DsAU i or my deputy Will oh Monday tiCQ 5th 1911 it being regular county court day at the front door of the court hou in Mt Veruon Ky offer for sale to the highest aud fctst bidder the following tracts of land or a Sufficient part thereoi to satisfy the tax due the couaty and state for the year 1911 T J NICELEY SRCName No acres Tax cusL NOG 5C3- J H Haisel r 425 J W Kirby 115 661 J E Kirby l 465 W i ordis 18 426 John Norton 37 807 W E Price nr 83 532 One tqwn lot in Mt VeJnoh 5o acres listed Ly W M Reynolds 796 115G C T I Ridde 1168 DISTRICT No 2 WEST MT VERNON 40 acres listed by J C Brock 977 Boyd Brock 45 977 One Town lot in Mt i Vernon listed by Wils Carpenter 685 i 165 a res listed by W B Dillingham 4o 34 J acres listed by G A Hayse 796 One Town lot Mt Vernon t listed by Wilson Hendarson 945 154 acres listed by Elmer Jouk tax and cost 244o lOne Town lot in Mt Ver non listed by Salli Mont gomery nr 214 A J Norton 30 9 14 Town lot Mt Vernon listed by C T Olbham 10 78 Town lot Mt Vernon listed by W T Smith 15 49 Town lot Mt Vernon listed by Giles Whitiker 13 95 DISTRICT NO 3 Roundstone Eliza Amb os 40 5 59 Sherman Baker 5 5 48 J W Berry 42 617 Elizabeth t3ratchern c 50 2 32 Byrd Green 70 7 08 Eli Coffey 350 1654 H P Daltonrl50 16 34 J W Durhan 40 4 W H Durham 1 3 88 G T Hurst7490-v U Fish200 31 u D Knuckles 254erry La well 5 7 i1 LitiVilleiot 61 R RMcCUllum 30 6 i W Parker yrs 191o 11 62 18 6 lattie Poyntr3 3 t W Riddle 131 125 vl m Sims 254-C 6 i 0 Thomas134TitusItW L 3 D Truett20 11 2 l D Wiluiott heira 204ee Wren 5072a-ry Yoiice heirs402Dl TRUn NO 4 Scaffold Cane L audif5V Aangln652S LAnglin9oflwan i udy JalUnger 26f e la Bronghton 5u 2 SCam z91ol13o 11 B Cook 26l 45 Croucher 476JIm S GkddSrf 2o4tat- tle Gadd loo 8 azWell Gadd 15o 1 harley Gadd So7 i iarrison Gadd 5o 16 8 ivmina Hnsley9 4 Jranville Hollingsworth 3o 53 L miller H6 12 3 SW 1Iiller806 Ik Virgil McClanahan 5024l- d McHone255 5 Can Parrish5o 23 darvey Ramey 18 45 D G Rector iojOi 4 2 rank Seals 36 p 42 A SealsH50 72- V H StephensGo11 U John Swinford heirs 50 2 i V H Thomas7o7 21 DISTRICT NO 5 Crcoked Creek E Allen755 681 D Ash heirs 2oo14 21 Carpenter 80 9 4l ioyd Carpenter 4p 2J- rIary Coffey t 1oo5F- JBCox 6V 23922ochps Douglierty Zoo 13 47 H Drew75 4 i M Edmiston 1oO2 T ewis Hampton 79064tuss Howard5ioofl9-v Metcalfo 57 i C Clinton 4o 7z 5ValterMullins8o 11 0 McCracken 125 90 has McGure 5o 4 9 rTOwensis53Philbeck75 ohn Rcece 7570TR- eece v55 4 7 CSbepberdlao93-J G Singleton 25r 759 UlSpoonamore5059mc DISTRICT NO 6 Orlando H Bryant 4o 97 iill Reynolds 145 A Johnson n r illSs 34 fred Mason 25 51 J Miller 7o vlaryMullins Hi39 7 6 nrsWDMutlins2oo V 5 k G Robinson 1 rt4 ft I V IteamslcO loS DISTRICT NO 7Xiving8ton frs J M Allen ix 5 27t TBaker72dPB-lack H 25r j44 ee Bryant nrtow1 lot tiyingstorij8o F Bullock H 1125 v6 V RClark i Vv 2s 4 atnesCo3s 40 5 9t H 727 6 jhn Cromer i 24 611 J W Clark Sov 6lt I B Fiench v Mf 1oot- tuiericaEuwler v h3 2 1 E Gentry 10wniot Liv1nston 61 rack Gravest 3 M GrIffin 5iS CA leouriffin 78- E r jiiimt11 i2lte9ii4ooO- c til Jlnrd W 2 9 A eiard ito 0 Morgn j hnscn io 6 Ji Nance Kelley lo470J- CICav iS Joe l ctiD r 25 4 lR ie veil 35oj 1422 H M rgan Jp 2 46 H IIartiia1o6 8 Co W BTpbley 115t 15 JolinMiuk ii r 47 MrsClias Morris 25 2 13 Ed McC 3imJc 6rMttctflue 1u3 S F Mcluire r li 2 WIM Nu ir 3ii Jackson Overbay2o 393- R R Perry n r town lot Livingston 4 uj H It Powder 75 741 H L Ponder j55 6 S- oVMPnder 75 4 Go A E Reynolds town lot tivingSton 7 44 WS Robinson75 5S5 Rockcastle Oil Mining Co 2oo 14 r2 G DSambrooks town lot Li vin ston 11 7o Tom Southard 2 4 13 Jack Stalsworth 1 5 JimWliitaker 10 533 J W Voodson 65 4 9p- CCVork 175 1015 DISTRIST No 8 Walnut Grove J R Bradley 5o 880 Jim Bullock 40 4 9o WM Clontz 35S 595 WCClontz v60 552 J W Cromer 9o 616 Ceo French 3o 4 9o J1Havett 40 5 95 H F Hibbard lao S 71 Henry Jones 5o 4 90 W A mink for 191o 11 300 331i2 Alex mink 107 S 71 WF moore for19lo 11 25 3339 Naper mcQueeu 20 426 TJ Nichols 12o 872- R B Nichols 183 9 35 TB Nichols 3p 4 90 A W Norton 175 40 31 A J Norton for i91oil 15oo 9243 Goo Pihmm So 90 milt R ames oq 4 9 John Rowe Too 6 Ie Jas R Taylor oo 5 34 Julia Vance 75 2 77 Henry Woodall 25 4 9 DISTRICTNo 9Bjiovh s H Bloomer loo 9 4o J A Bullock 55 80 FGCdmnims 15 420 J M Cummins 20 33 W IlDebord U f E Ileriia 3 4 4 2i Jane Log ilonn r 6r 340 C ttcaif 78 9t CIIMcKiiiney 50 4 tjJ Thos McLeicoro i5 9 B F Pre 10T HOo- Elislm Scott 25 4 90 LYoutg 65 9 DISTllICT Nuto Brodhead Smith Alims 2i 871 Thus tfuHc 6V 7 H- Un Oru Bowers n r town lot Urn Iliwul 53J arah lloyd M CAM Uoj i 44 Jus Boyd 7 4 9- 01hyallloek 50 724 ins Brof k fiiiOi 2G27 MuryBrinrii o f s3r 563 JTUrotvii 4 AVL fli 012U8WTKvinis tiwnlot Uiodlie d 15ti B L Harris 1HM t Oil at t 3f 4773- P Helton tmvii lot Broilhtad 494 J How nl 5 32 J Im f Uowanl yrs OA 400 951 liirj J Lixvrouce 60 3 45 Jk Leeee 70 tidy Jv field 75 532- JifejUcijeir 25 49o iiik heirs Cl 8 ui rut Owens 20 obt PU agon n r lot BFodhead 4 05 W H Profit 28 563 Harvy Prewit 30 341 H Renfroe 248t 81t3 eoM Thomas 40 73 vJ Tipton 55r31j imT tee iS 744 i 4N Vanhook 6 6 8l las Wallen 13 788 Lizzie Wallen rx6o ii 68 DISTRICT No ii POWERS Charley Abney S0 59 lames Allen 55 37 vlaitha Angus 46 38- J c Bowman 25 49 W Bowman 50 T 24 darlow Clark 75 5 95- vV M Durham 29 51 Julia Durham 50 214 Dimes 38 5 9 Xichard King4t 49 Rufus McGuire 60 49 W BR Peters 70 I 24 j LIGfHTNING KILLS FEW In 1906 lightning killed onl 169 people in this whole country Ones chances of death by ligh ling are less than two in a million The chance of deajh from liver xidney or stomach trouble vasth greater but not if Electric Bitter te used as Robert Madsen o Vest Burlington la proved otir doctors gave him up after ighLtu5atha 01 suffering frou ini1nl liver trouble and yellow jaundice He was then completely ured by Electric Bitters Theyre be best stomach liver nerve and ciUqey remedy and blood purifier on earth Only soc at ChasC Paj Fort SALE OR TRADErrYictor raphophone No i and 12 Records n good condition- GF SDTTON Mt Vernony Ky 14 Every family has need of a good iahl liniment For sprains- ruisessQreuess of the muscle nd rheumatic pains there is vnonV etter ttfan C1iatilb JlalnsS lr iy Chas O Dais cr wtrr istl Isiat HJ tiI MlfUfllrv Will inttll llbhac- 1th bin lii kilftil 8fA iii- f H t 1ri1kthlt tv ttlrlc fiat dhbi fnd h tad Christ Hh jiHintvalued at i OH6b it1ri In a rnort toCitv Ac esif r Bnechel lns1et Director Jones jof the BVirdijf Education esti mates tho totllane of Lonisv Ie public sohorij l roperty rid HHt g sites buiclijiBS furnishings and qiflmr1Il acft July r at2 1618 425 56 Cheaper rneat is predicted as tile result of the British Govern merits action harming under in dictment or Alleged violaton o the Shernnh anti trust law fro bidding on ronracts for Britis1 gamy canned meat supplies It is said trjer port of ihe Tariff Board on 11W cause Preside Tafts merr r ja Congress t reommpnd1trtductiun on rav wool as low as the rate propose bv Senator La Pollette lac summer about 35 per cent The Rusman Ambassador Geo Bankhmetnff called at the Whit House yesterday and formerly pro testel against the proposed abroga tion of the treaty of 1832 wi Russia on the giouud thit such iction would be inconsistent wit the long friendship that has existe between the two countries It wa announced in Washington las night that a resolution will pass the Senate Monday probably iv modified fort from the Sulzer lesolutiou abrogating the treaty BANKRUPTS PETITION FOR DISCHARGE In the matter BankruptcyWm To the Honorable A M T Cochran Judge of the District Court ol the United States for the Eastern District of Kentucky Wm H Carmical of Pine HOI in the County ot R ckcastle and tate of Kentucky in said District reapec fully represents that on tin S day of August last past he was duly adjudged bankrupt under tb acti of Congress tea ing to bank ruptc 4hat heihas duly surrendei clal his propafty and has full oinplied with all the tequit menI said acts arjd f the orders he court touching his bankrupt Wherefore he pays that he U- Ihe decreed bj the court to IM full dicchaige from all debts re excepted ly LW from si ischarge IDated his 27 day ot Sept D 1911 WH CAKUICAI s Bankrupt ORDER OF NO ICE THE REU Eastern District of KENTUCKY On this 8 day of Dec A DiO m reading the foregoing petitio t is ordered by the Court that tearing be had upon the same he gth day of Jan A D 191 efore said Court at Covingtp- aid district at io odockiu fore noon and that notice ibei e publi bed iii the MT VEKN IGNAL a newspaper lilrted said eistrict and that all knot reditors and other persons in i erest may appear at siid timea place and show cause if any tb lave why the prayer of sa jetitioner should nou begrante And it is fiitfher ordered bj ti mart hat the cjerk shall send iiailgjo all known creditors cnpi it said peiltion and this ord Addressed to them at their places estdence as stated- Witnessth Honorahle A M Jochran Judge ot sul Court an he seat thereof of London in sat district on the 8th diy of DecA D lyii- JAV MENZLES Clerk By SEO CMOOkR1 G C ATAltRH CANNOT BE CURED with LOCAL APPLICATION is they cannot reach the seat the disease Catirrh is a blood ronstltuliuiial disease andinordl Cure it yiii mu t takeiinteri jeraedies Halls Cataith Cure aken internally and acts directl m the blood and mucous surface laWs Catarrh Cut is not quack medicine It prescribt ay one of the lest physicians i this country for eats and is regular prescription It is con posed of the best tonic knowi ombined Siitb the best bloc purifiers cLing directly on tl raucous surfaces The ctcoJ oinatjon of the two ingredients what produces such wonderful 1r sultiTiu curing Calarrh Send fa ieStimoniLsreettcJ CO Prop TpltfioIrQhip1 foidt Vjy Druggists price 75cr fake Halls Family Pills for coK stipation J c ij V1 2 7 1Ek rTirChildren Cry for Fletchers S CASTORIAi The Kind You Have Alwayj Bought and which has been in use for over 30 years bas homo the signature of and has been made under Isis per 45 sonal supervision since its infancy Allow no one to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and ChildrenExperience against Experiment What is CASTORIACastoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It ontains iieithex Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic WormsandColic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the sleepTheGENUINE CASTORIA ALW- AYScC Ml e Signature of The KM You Have Always Bought V In Use For Over 30 Years ITHI 77 STReeT tnfliflflfu nnnnnnnnntnn1nttnnnnntnn1tnn1 VERNON DflSHET DO PRACTICAL UNDERTAKERS H t FUNERAL DIRECTORS tAN- DEIIIIIALMEIlS = I Mt Vernon Ky 3 g COUCH METAL CCiSKETS g Coffins and Robes SEE Licened Embalm r will have charge of that line of Eworkfor the company ErOrders by wire promptly tilled Hearse sent to all points 3n = GEORCE OWENS ran3ger3 =Office Mt Vernon Monumental Building PINE 111J = U1UUUIUUUUnUUIUUIUln11UlUiUUUUUUH1 IU1UUIU1 t Vtir Pains All Over You are welcome says Mrs Nora Guffe of F oken Arrow Okla to use my letter in any wzy ou want to if it will induce some suffering woman b try Cardui I had pains all over and suffered with an abscess Three phy 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 years with womanly troubles of different kinds Vhat other treatments I tried helped me for a few days only CARDUI IWomantTonic Dont wait until you are taken down sick before tak lug care of yourself The small aches and pains and other symptoms of womanly weakness and disease always mean worse to follow unless given quick treatment You would always keep Cardui handy if you knew what quick and permanent relief it gives where weakness and diseae of the womanly system makes life seem hard to bear Cardui has helped over a million women Try it Write to Ladies Advisory Dept Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooca Tenn for Social Inttructioru and 64paee book Home Treatment for Women sent free J ccbc xo4x i Chas cv Davis I3 3EQqc l There are lots of Drugi i Stores in this land of oursIthat sell Drugs but the fjf I fLI ourselves the one Yours DieifedbcSa DruggistJxgpC Q Xx 1