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VERNON, ROCKCASTLE NUMBER fi FTT-Tr!- , If JUDGE WILLIAMS WRITES ttainlwbd light loads, the company other children and we must at ON GOOD RO.D3 FOB cuts down the heavy grades to least provide them with equal ad ROCKOASTLE AND HOW TO GET save coal THEM. In our neighboring County of Lincoln where they have good per cent, of tut roads, sixty-fivchildren attend the public schools In the County of Marshall, when splendid roads prevail, six'yeiyb per Cent of the children attend In Rockcastle, where the school. roads arc a curse and, abotninu-tioper cent of only the children attend. Rockcastle is also known as a "Pauper County". This condition is the fault of the people because with bad roads our farmers have not enriched themselves and the children have poor means of education because of the very rough and rocky roads to the school houses. Where you see good roads, you find the farmers with plenty in the purse, neat looking and productive farms and the Our citichildren well educated zens have been painfully slow in demanding better highways. Even our good women do uol realize their power, or, doing so, fail to exert it for a cause that will greatly benefit the home. The only way to get good roads is to work for thetu. A Good Roads Association should be formed in Rockcastle for the purpose of an effective agitation of this question. People must fully realize that to make the farms profitable, we must have improved roads. Such an organization will produce an effective agitation and develop a desiro for better roads. It will also encourage the Fiscal Court to construct roads and bridges. Good roads will create a demand for better school liouao. larger school districts, more and butter qualified te tellers Ittfccailrqad encounters a high grade over a bill, which means excessive use of coal and slow e u. tbn-tvnin- e 153 Something themselves and to furnish the best people""nway, must be done to invite. capital and children an opportunity lor better labor to locate here and to retain education. our best class, of citizens. It is Mr. Laboring Man, strike and to good roads and better schools, to strike hard tor better roads, the proper development of the. while the merchants and professionfarms and ottr vast mineral re- al men should wake up and drive sources that Rockcastle must look borne to every voter this all imlargely for her. growth and prosper- portant question. Gentlemen we ity. The members of a Good can have better roads in RockRoads Association would know castle, so Jet's go to work aud get the truth of what we say, but them and rest not until wc have Respectfully, there will be many not members them who do not appreciate or underR. G. Williams. stand the true value or advantage A WORD OF SCANDAL, derived yearly from improved NOT marred the call of a neighbor on highways. At these we must keep , Mrs. W. P. Spraugh, of pounding that they, too may join Wyo., who said; "she told the association of road advocates, me Dr. King's New life Pills had struggling for better highways, cured her of obsjinnte kidney ... i, mn.i.. 'i,trouble, and made her feel like a .1.... ... i ii ii y iuukc muuuy ' Eagv but sure faster and easier and that their' ne .woman. stoma ,,ver and . . .... may have opporiunities remedy for KiHtlP:, troubles. cmidten liClv. z5c. at C. Davis. equal to'tucMUfiJntjtherstntes and oilier counties In "01dKatu-tufck- ". Rockcastle children are 'S as worthy of care and attention as Mans-vil'er- I in response to a suggestion made bills, to move freight vantages. To do so, the citizens bv tlie Signal some time since that faster and to carry bigger train of Rockcastle must be up and we should have a wnttun of some loads, It borrows money to make doing, with a hand and heart lor of leading families, Mr. D. Tr stronger culverts and bridges to every thing that will improve our Chesnut. of Oklahoma, who was at bear heavier trains' and the rail- ceneral condition. We have been tnat time visiting in Oorbin, conroad officials all agree that it is paying a mud road tax long enough t'd utes this splendid article. itood business sense and ecotiomj Let us begin to pay a good roid j Albright: 'o borrow all this money, if need tax. We will nuickly seethe aa- -' I have lust read in Signal be, to make these improvements. vantnee ol it. At this time we your suggestions about .history ol So the people of Rockcastle must find the people of Rockcastle want Rockcastle county and I will be They must get iug roads. Hence the best; the glad to render any assistance I can nave better roads. money with which to build them quickest and most businesslike in way of getting up such facts as With them the farmer can get wav is to submit to the voters of will be of interest I can. only refrom his farm to market or the Rockcastle the question of a bond member back to about 1854 and not shipping station much quicker and issue for the construction of them, very much that transpired till after carry a much bigger load. In the amount to be equally dis that time as I was bora" in 1849. other words, "Time,. saved is money tributed in the five magisterial My grandfather Little AbeChesnut Or an lived on the old farm at Pleasant made." Not only does the farmer districts of the county. save time by having good roads, other plan, could be used success Vallev now Cooks. My father but he actually saves money that fully. Let tho Fiscal Court agree Ben Chesnut was born there in is now paid out on broken harness, to give $1000.00 on .each mile of 1830 aud there were several childdistinction of pike to be built, the remainder of ren older than he so .that my broken wagons, horses and additional feed for his the cost to be made up by private grand father must have lived there work stock. Yet all ,the time he subscription. Next year we will as early as 182o or possibly behauls only half a load on bad roads. have state aid aud with the help fore that time. W. P, James, The roads are so bad in Rockcastle of both, our prospects for better Bennett, (my father) Ben, Abe Jr., that they keep progressive home roads are brighter, it our people Lucy (who married Jonathan New-comseekers out and drive many ol our but wake up and vote to leaefit aud Mary the youngest who hill" going south from Mt. VerWhile living at Brush non. BEREA COLLEGE1 Something 319 jr .:::: : : . -- !!! . I..!. .. t rt :.::.::::.::::::::.:: t .::: .a , l. .,.....,. - - II... t : . II - .a 'a a :::! c a Modern Priced Display of J! CASTORJA :::;:::::: iiii iiii ii iiii :::::::::ii::is j 55522! 522S22222222222aaSS2SaaaMM9a, .ii i i Z2ZZ222S222! I. B' married Capt. R. L. Myres were My grandmother the children. was Summers Hiatt before her marriage all those named' I knew aud remember well except my My grandfather uncle Bennett. on my mowers siuc wasi v,uun Colyer and his wife MariKFoily; Renfro. Thev began house keeping sometime I Uunk qbaut 1814 or 15 settlea the place now Known as bru.su ureeic va resiueu iUCic till 1854 and moved to laurel county; my grauaiamer Colyer represented t,aurei una Rockcastle counties in the Legislature sometime in the 40's at the time the first act of Legislature establishing public school funs' and providing a tax of sets on If I the tyioo worth of property. am not mistaken it was gie that got an appropriation of some lands on Green River to be sold and the proceeds was nsed in building the ,.lt seminary at1- - London aud got an appropriation Hint nnirl fnr the maUiriE ot tne f.i,lirprt nnrl fill at SOUth 3nd of town of Mt. Vernon and the gradingthe. road "around the - : !; a. -' ,1 ; .$ aaaK, AfafafK, jrirHBR,, .' ; r . . a wmk Awm iihMiSh lATIIEllh IV X MlflIK I h I High-Price- d I I Al I I A Jw E litei E 1.1 ' With All The Distinction of III If Models. ii II. Wiw&l'Mi 'JlffiM!" H'UI 'I I llwrJ I f - , a We have chosen with much care together an assortment that will appeal to every purse as well as every smart dresser Never before has a Fall Showing of Ladies' suits embod" ied so many features Jof interest for the critical woman as does this one. PRE-EMINEN- II 'III' .Ii m III iff ,tf r " H ill a STYLE IS a T: models are manifest. The most ment in a dressy tasteful manner. ' Hi:: U A ii:1 :::::! THE WORKMANSHIP INVOLVED BESPEAKS CARE AN; VOTION ON THE PART OF THE TAILOR AND SURELY THEREb:::." SULTS JTSTIFY THIS ATTENTION. THE ASSORTMENT variety. Each suit potrays ::::j every woman to rest assure ::: complete and every new style cvy large SELBY The Range In New SELBY SHOES FOR WOMEN Sutton & McBee Always The Best For Less s k:Hll!tH!fi!!li!Ft? :!:!::!!!?: "J"J'-IK - s s ! Iif Giveos .Carson Iett Sunday, for CATALOG aaal Sv9 Guthrie. Okla., where he will enter lit Hi'ul Miss Alma school under his aunt, Carson. 'Misses Elnora Frith and Kodak.means progressive pleasure; tho pleasure of tak Jvl. Susie Hicks visited in Corbin last tho pictures, plus tho greater pleasure of possessing ing week. Mrs. J. M. Roberts is i I them. visiting in Stanford. Mr. and Mrs. riewest 5::::.-- Cleo Wbeeldon were in Mt. Verdistinctive details of All eve:tv'car--- ' s::;:: non. JinvFranciscu, of LaFollette recent novelty effect are incoporated Tenn., was here Jast Saturday and KA. LEADING DRUGGIST, combine effect Sunday. ' MT. VERNON, KY. Jk.G. Frith is shipping several Phono 39 , car loads of logs this week. A. E4 $DC$D!C$30 M. Hiatt was in Stanford Jast week Misses Amelia and' oa business. Bessie McWhorter Mrs. Richard M Harris of Berea visited their sister last Sunday. A. E. Albright at" tended the convention at Langford. selection Mr. and Mrs. Walter Turpin ate will abdJSHjj visiting at Buckeye: Jno. Benton some individual conception left Tuesday to enter school at St. is in while the Mary's and Jim Barnett at George- of exclusiyeness. towd. Little Dortby Albright of LJUA KrKjdr idea is complete. Mt. Vernon visited Misses Anna Cass and Marguerite Tbarp first of the week. Miss Elizabeth Gentry ; of Price is has entered school at Mt. Vernon. lay ra f n 1 rsa 1 Mrs. Fred Durham and little son ' Ilr of Mt. Vernon visited here first of the week. Mr. and, Mrs. Albert Fall Styles Hiatt. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Tate - " .I a VO vv F 4..f and daughter, Miranda, and Miss If you are having any such trouble about your watch 01 clock I .V- Lena Albright are attending the just turn it over to ns and if it does not run all O. K. it wil . viSvKLWVT. State Fair. Mr. Joe Laws has cost you nothing.4 We guarantee our work. Givo us a 'trial. "R.CriV 4 V oiJ&T- m moved his family back to Lyons ' , 7K. bKV- Jf We do all kinds of soldering and repair work. We regret very much to Station. V x ja.M give up Mr. Laws and family. I Don't forget to atten.l the "Pie aa Mr'' Slipper" at the School bouse next AT .DR. S CDAVIS DRUG STORE, Saturday night. Sept. ,23rd, Chas. Lyons 9! Jet, City, was Ja town mm Mit Wednesday. ' .4Ii! 1191 III 9 3 ffl I .' aaajajv Creek (Roundstone) my grandin the goods father engaged business using as many as six, GOOD Coiner! six horse teams (with those old, Do you wish to gain in earning power, and in the enjoyment, beds low front fashioned high wheels and high hind wheels) in of the higher things in life? Berea offers the best opportunity. hauling goods and selling tetween The expenses are fixed for those who are not rich you can Louisville and poiuts in Va., and get an education if. you will. Toun.,audon return trips load Fall Term best time to start begins Wednesday, Sept. 13. leather., with couny produiie, ginseng, beeswax, wrapping twine Write today telling you age, advancement and aims, to etc., he also made mill stones and Secretary hauled thm to distant points. I D. could have known enough of my Wfc ancestors to have filled a large book had I cared to before it was too late both my grandfather posted men and were well of all the sickness of women is due to some derangement or dls case of the organs distinctly feminine. Such sickness can be cured is cured gladly have told me a would every day by hundred times more than they did if I had asked them or even let them know that I was anxious Makes Weak Women Strong, to kuow but I did not add now Sick Women Welt. too late. My gtandfather Colyer It acts directly on the organs affected and is at the same time a general restorative tonic for the whole system. It cures female complaint right in the privacy was in the war ot i8i2 and his of home. It makes unnecessary the disagreeable questioning, examinations and father with 6 brothers 7 brothers local treatment so universally insisted upon by doctors, and to abhorrent to every modest woman. . in all were in the Revolution We shall not particularize here as to the symptoms of and I am very sorry that I do those peculiar affections incident to women, but those wanting full information as to their symptoms and not know more about all of them. means of positive cure 'are referred to the People's ComMy grandfather Jacob Chesnut mon Sense MedicalAdviser 1008 pages, newly revised and Edition, sent frtt on receipt of 21 and three brothers (4 brothers) stamps to cover coat ot mailing only; or, in were the first settlers where London 31 sUmps, for Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N.Y. now stands. I have traveled a good deal and in every state I have found Chesnuts and Colyers. and can always trage Chestnuts back ta Kv., and usually to Laurel county the Colliers (Colyers) are a little more difficult to trace back but if I knew names of my creat grandfather and his six brothers I think I could find where nearly all the Colliers (or Colyers) were akin. I could tell many anecdotes told me by my grandfather Colyer SolcP but will only tell one as told by was elected to the him when he Legislature. He was opposed by If you want to buy a home in town or a good farm Wilson of Laurel and I think call snd tee ourliat. Smith of Rockcastle. On one ocList your property with us for sale, casion my grandfather told Smith ' thatrthev would lie to about'22 Venice m ivuiBonicr J3unuiig .rgi.S-,1" votes in Laurel and sure enough Smith had claimed a they did. mnioritv in bothounties butjosl tu .icction st ttiat.ttme was lor July LIVINGSTON. KY: 3 days after my grandfather was some of Smiths friends" told elected hint about what he said about winning the election when Smith replied "Don't you think that the very last day ol the election and p3$$C:-AC$ZrlX$DCC&3CC late in the evening seventy five of the best friends I had come up and voted against me". I only started to write, a few words to tell you when you got ready I would help you to what I could learn and now have .wrote enough for a column and could tell as. much more about other families in Rockcastle as about my own but Sincerely, must stop. 3 D. T. Chbsnutv Five Departments for Every WALTER MORTON, Berea, Ky. Fads for Weak Women Nine-tent- Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription It one-ce- nt cloth-bindin- rw. lprycyy DELPHI WEBB Real Estate DecceDDceDrCrp Town and Farm Property Bought & , a-- . -- -- DECPH & WEBB, 6-2- i3C30qjCCC, DJCXrCCci ALL-OUT-DOORS .," INVITES YOUR KODAK $2,00 to ASK FOR ' ts i:::::- - ,. BKOUlIEAl). ; 9 1 , $65.00 iSfJTT " the All things the in a stunning who ', :. aM CHAS. C. DAVIS, 3c3e3!C&roa I1--::::- :t I . PRESENTED: For your em ) w T that Come assortmt ,,,-1 -- E a WATCH? From $15 to $30 V .1 S'if - '. !. DOES IT KEEP CORRECT TIME? IF NOT, WHY NOT? I XVs- .- "-- 'V'" If" ' - t -- v 'JaJ, , FRANK MOORE, :' utiti iiiiiiiiim iiiiiiiiiif thtif uliltiii till .Jiii 'l "fci-HJ- MT. VERNON, KY, rx. S -- m j. .. - 3 .f T- r V . J , ' If k. aaw S- sAr mJ (' ! . , iL Hi , AWi i fe' ry 'V!' ttiis-iJ-- -t T T VV r.wu Tit $fr I "Judge O'Rear, in liis speech the old wattr mills, or horse mills fortut.ntvs in the jconiminiity, aid 1 M at NnytielJ, on the 81st duy of which was in use at that period. believe disease nut to be contagious August asked me to unswer the The boy returning home with his unless science proves it to be other-w- l Friday, Sept. 15. 1911 following questions: t irn assured the household of pure Dr. M: Pennington. you in favor of the exten-- and holrsomc hrend, "Are Kv. But today, tue mill boys are lew, sion of the county unit law in Published every Friday by Kentucky, etc., and when did you 'the uaer mills have vanMied in EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. decay, the grist mi Is in the country O'REAR WANTS TO' CHANGE come to that conclusion?" Guess it's going some "I have already said in my aie run so fast th it the meal is still SfJBEOT THE to have reputation of l speech today that I indorse every hot when emptied into the biiel at $I.OO ONlt YBAR SUBSCRIPTION section of the Democratic pint, li.une selling the BEST No matter what policies the jj Com 's scarce and much faulty form adopted at the State con l Republican national aiid Sin e ad- Advertising rates made known on vention at Louisville on the luthjrorn is sent to mill. ministration are committed to, 5, day of August, 1911, but I will One cause ol bad corn in this application they must not be(discussed in Ken 5' say now'sptcilically I am in fin or country is ihe eager desire to mi e it miht j tuckv this )eac,becau-.of the extension of the present teed, causing the farmer to cut and flVnd .ludge y O'Rear. whose jS ocol option law as applied 1 the sh ck his corn too sappy and m MKMBKKOI' peculiar mind caii only shelter one t KENTUCKY PRKSS ASSOCIATION sale of liquors so that the citixe s man cases mold develops, the 111 idei at tune, and whose highh j of each and every county in the. und nutrious part is destroyed, and sensitive organization is so easil) jj State may determine for them- meal made from this corn is not , disturbed. . v.. selves whether spiritous. vinous, healthy. But this is not all of the When President Taft comes out js or maltliqnors maybe sold thero ston ; as in the west where much for reciprocity aiidlias to rely on j in; These are the exact words com is grown for the market, both Dttnocr.it 10 votes to pass tie j of the State Democratic platform, ct home and abroad, the fanner measure, and Congressman Lang "I came to th's conclusion some vishes to market his corn early, lty, O'Rear's Campaign Manager time ago when the question of tht needing the money and desinug to votts against it, no mention DEMOCRATIC TICKET must j and House Furnishings extension of the county unit law get the job off his hands, the pre be made of the ipatier, because it became prominent, and I regard duct is gathered and thousands ot For United Sta'es Senator the super sensitive judge. in thjs section of Ken- - . it as the best plan to settle an bushels are piled in the field?, some auuo)s President Taft utges ReOLLIE M.JAMES When of it not mature important question. tucky publican Senators to piss the H For Governor ltf "If Judge O'Kearhad read on After the shucks areiemovedit .Mbitratton treaties, and Ex Prcsi I B. McCREARY JAMES gpffl the day of the State Democratic shelled by michiiiery, not in the dent Roosevelt appeals to them to what they all For Lieutenant-Governo- r convention the published account manner in which we used to shell deiuai iiiem, no rcierence must lie EDWARD J McDERMOTT of tho views of the State Dem- .vith bare hands when ever) ear say, ai d I am proud to year because made to the . For Attorney-Genera- l ocratic candidates for office, he was closely inspected. Judge O'Rear wints to change the JAMES S. GARNETT would have known that I and the state; I can prove it It is then loaded inio tight box subject ; Auditor to the mills. If For other candidates for State offices cars and shinned When a Democratic house were in furor of extending the it slu uld heat whilo in transit, HENRY BOSWORTH I'll take pleasure in passes bills reducing tfie tariff on county unit law. which quite a lot of it does, it is wool, and For Sfte Treasurer the farmers and laborers showing you the T Governor McCrcary's bold ac rushed tbiough dryers before grind tree list bill, THOMAS G. RHEA. and the Democrats of coptance Of O'Rear's challenge ing and bolting, so, when the con- the Senate For secretary of State witluthe aid of RepubNEWEST that's .NEW. will shock that distinguished sumer receives this meal, nicely C. F. CRECEL1US lican insurgents enact these meas jurist. He had hoped to put his put up in sacks of uniform size and ures into laws, 4 and a Republican For Supt. of Public Instruction Democratic opponent in a position branded in large colored Utters, President vetoes them, every Ken BARKSDALE HAM LETT where he would repudiate the with no assurance that it has not For Commissioner of Agriculture solemn declarations of his party been shipped damp, heated and tucky speaker must keep silent on MT. VERNON, KY. the subject for the reason that Wm THE FURNITURE MAN '' J. W. NEWMAN platform; but he evidently does molded in transportation or in ele" 1'or Clerk ol Conrt of Appeals not know tho leader from Madison vators, nor having been dried be She'h ROBERT L. GREENE When his party takes a stand he fore grii.ding. heard ot the vetoes. oters to want the minds of the never falters, and when, as in this Whtle tlu eact cause ot pella When the official records show dwell on tbesedisturbiug questions. SiiiHiiniHiHminniiHiHHiftniiHiHiHmiHminiHwiHiHg GOVERNOR McCREARY ANS- case, it is in line with his convict gra is unknown, indications point . XhQ. Republican pintlti.n in ions, he enters the contest with to corn products as being not the that Governor, Wilson spent in' dorsed itt, and it endorsed u ! WERS JUDGE O'REAR. nun :t 11:111 fiirr tstii "" " Son. o . Kear dominated tliat t. n( Judge O'Rear has but one string renewed courage. least contributory to its existauce. uiit'f ' riii 1 000 for State militia, Judge O'Rear vention. He could have repudiate! unif'-andJudge O'Rear will have to put What shail we do? Must we stop to his objects to Gqyernor McCreary's both there administrations, but he thumps on it all day and far into anothtr string on his harp. using corn for bread purposes? I i although cLoss to support their every act, the night. Although every law think not, as it is one of the staple discussion of the matter, audit be lias nut the courage, for the promotion of temperance PELLAGRA vs CORNBREAD food products and would be much the Republican platform, which he honesty and sincerity which he . and Caleb Powers wrote, unre- boasts of hav'ng, he will couth ue in this State has been put on the missed from our tables on acceunt r iK servedly endorses Willsou's ad that support ?'i hit.pu lie speeches, g: f Barboursville Adyicatf Statute books by tho Democrats; 'of its popularity, as well as being ministration. "This is a much disuused ques Nur does the Re he claims to be the original disthe leading crop of this countr) , pubican candidate think it polite FORCED TOLEVE I OME. tion of today. The pellagra exists i coverer of tho "county unit" idea hence, uiakiug it a cheap, as well dollar,"' ni Jnrgo as tlious.iiulo As small ns for anybody to quote from the Every year a niimbf o and that he. alone must be trusted in this county, is an established as palatable food. i ; of dollars. ns(a?;ishing fact that poor sttfTers, Whosflkngs are sore fact. The first case reported was JlF Typhoid lover germs are known records the with its enforcement. and racked with critic are urged 11 3,.l2& Governor Wiflson's Board of And no mnftur how' largo anjiipcount may tie, Vhen the Democrats put the three years ago. to exist in drinking water, still we But to go, to anotherBiate. ' Equalization raised the value of this is ostlv Cornbread has been prominent drink the s we realize that it is inado up of a curtain num. plank In their platform, Jurge n i.A u:n ,.r r : 'anuKv.ivi: Rtirrwater. Tuberculosis farm . tr r OUHly lauds for assessment purposes Therejs r","D'etlcr Let Dr. lUC.u,J1C1UN1,)X O'Rear was quick to proclaim it a beci1. iskD wn tQ be jn mi,k Btj bcr of single dollars. iNew Uiscovtry cure you k IntBnatler .6i, 000,000 torbelp lying device to catch since the first log cabin was erected fraudulent, drflk ewi treincureo V. rtiilug out the at home. "It c ired me of lung This fact ought to oncounigo thoso who earn modendtvorjVavofd the conratn votes. He oven went further and and the oven was placed in front of ) trouble." writes w. .R. -Nelson. . erate incomes. the broad chimney fireplace. Tj,Jthlll mp rnie nnniv troops , . charged that Governor McCreary of Calamine, Ark., "frhen all elre . Judge O'Rear will not rermit Now, if the corn products of to- - to corn products Patronize home . a .,n;n ...ic :.. It ouyht to induce thorn to do something toward did not favor the "county unit"; MWUilU1 AOKVUUtlU t uy uay were iue same as r .,,,.,-,- . .. nossible. : the discussion of national quest- - weioht. Its LUIUU the kinp of all surelv mneh accumulating a worth-whilthat he did not want it in tho provision for, the fu Thous- "c iunun wuuiu onXy Kentucky raised corn, ground ions in this Can: paign, although he cough and lung cures." ture. platform, and that ho would not i owe their lives and Health to Re- - ""ds ,n order' '' h d,d no1 thev de at the mills in tbeV vicinity of yoar is urging the election of a dare to stand on it. Wo maintain that a savings account at this bank it. It's positively guaranteed for nut tuev are homes, even if the wheels tuin publican Legisl ture which will Coughs Colds, LaGiippe, Asthma, But Governor McCreary, bide- - vel0Pe P'agrar (an account in which tho owner is REALLY IN ing his time, very properly, until' not- rlhe corn ,hey used was slowly and the time passes with sfcnd tothe Un ted States Senate a Crcup all Throat and Lung TERESTED) is nn investment hard to beat. bere- - PBt uPafter il was ma' -- ar Trial bot some impatience felt on account of mau who, like Bradley, will vote trouble 50c & $1.00. his opening address, gave tho lie 8rown Yours truly, against the recuctioj of the tariff tie lree. at Chas. C. Davis. on tured and we" dried- and allowed waiting to these assertions. He stood Leave com syrups and evesy plank of the Democratic to lay in the shucks until starches off the me,nu. Every and will linFUf with the predatory I farmer should keep the very best trusts. In reference to tho ter, when the old fashion short-inFor Infants and Children. question, andgiv bee was in order- and the corn out of his year's crop, placing Judge O'Rear will not permit a an explicit answer to Judge and decayed ears were thrown aside it in a dry and well ventilated crib, discussion of tie issues that have The Kind You Have Always Bought piionj: 4(5. O'Rear's sneolting question, he and only the sound a,ld wdl matur for bread purposes. Trying to been raised bw an incompetent, Bears the ea,s went int0 the crib' Tllis made the following frank, sincere ed help the Pellagrains in every w.i extravagant Republican State adSignaturo cf was ground in smau quantities at riiaiatimiitiiiiiaiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiutiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiig' prssible, if there be ony of the tin- ministration, lacause he does not answer: MT. VRNON Vi SIGNAL 1 1 B-rJ- H "GOI NG SOME" I -; e Furmfure RUGTS 11 1 - - Carpefs g 3 - -, That's fact'-thi- s I S. S. McKBNZIB, - J- - -- harp-"coun- ty ho lWE RAVE 11 I 1 . A 1 1A COUNTS ln-- ...-- B - payth.e-yjpl-'0,"K:iug- 's ' - u-- eu I "". -- ii A 44. 111 e - - 3 husking-"countvunit- " - CASTOR A PEOPLES,. BANK. 3 - $yc&x$oyc$&c$ x3cx&3tX 2bJ SOME LEFT We still have some few articles in the list of bargains BAKING POWDER Absoluiely Pure The only Baking Powder made from Royal Crape Cream of Tartar NO ALUM, NO LIME ROYAL Siubborn Case A --Z. Home Institution ., - 1 Zl Jj )! quoted last week, left on our shelves We have made these prices in order to attract others, and thoes who take advantage are the ones who will be benefited Ladies' Lowcuts and pumps in paent leather, vici, gun metal and velvet, price cut one-haMen's Shoes at prices never before offered by ths or any other store in Mt. Vernon All $J0O Underwear goes for 89c " Men's $1,25 Hats for 75c " Men's $J.OO " 50c yd Ginghams 5c to JOcper yd Best calico at 4 Korean Silk in white and lavendar, sale price 35c cut to J9c Waist goods 30c values go at4 7c per yd. Pure white linen at J 9c per yard We are offering many other bargains r.ot quoted in this list. Come in and examine AlFsales at these pri:es strictlf. J-- PHOSPHATE TIiIh bank la a homo institution, Our lomm iiro niado right hero at nomo 10 our tfoou iitriuurH auU IiuhIiicss mun. It in a homo Institution our homo iwojilo. Wo will pay you good Interact on your idle ff.Tmi Muku a deiioxlt mill limn iiilv J nin. Iilllu II .VII . Ui ill. ...... ...w.. ...... ..... U..IO chuck. It Is very aimp'.o, oonvoiilnnt anil eafii. Call and wo gladly ex- C: plain tho many advantage of a checking iiuuoiint. i'oii will alwavs Srhavo a receipt tthlch eaniiotlw disputed. Tlui endowod' check, which vlll bo returned to you Is IniioiitcHtlblo proof of tho payment of tho bill Vonr money In safe deposited in thin bank to your orotllt If vou ear- te v t fn vllllr llnr.Vi.t. ni l.inwi W ni li.... 1. ....... l... i.. . ... . TZl Conio In and let un talk i.lirun tnnttnpuw rw.... .clii. ..v..w "- ...v.. ...v.. y r -- V1 3 S )). M ...w. .RAMI TUT DHHf.,ur1- int IVI I . (iNCORroUATKD.) - .... VLhNUN, 3 jrii. r "I ..,, MT. VERNON, KENTUCKY. Jj 71 2c ir the treatment of two doctors," writes iMrs. R. L. Phill s, of Indian Valley, Va., "and they pro nounced my cas! a very stubborn one, of womanly weakness. I was nc able to sit up, when I commenced to take Cardul. I used it abfit one week, before I saw much change. Now, the sevejt'paln, that had been In my side for years, has gone, and jj don't suffer at all. I am feeling better than lit a lcfiigJ,inBrJWhcannot speak too highly of Cardul." um "l was ac3c9e33oc9eDoG WxcS&c$x xcxci mer Goods Must TAKE Tk- DU ( I Woman'sTonic -- GOthorn. . -- I . ly cash. CRA5. B. McKENZfE, MT, VERNON, KY. $:$goc$D!C cp-:r. -- . .;-.. of purey;egetabl' ingredients) it acts quickly on the womanly istem, building up womanly strength, toning up the womaw nerves, and regulating the womanly system. Cardul liaAeen in successful use for more than 50 years. Thousandjpf ladies have written to tell of the benefit they received Mm it. Try it for your troubles. Begin today, ' lot Sptcial In jmuont, aJ Wrltt If you are fne of those ailing women who suffer from any of the trollies so common to women. Cardul Is a builder of womanly strength. Composed Wo will samfico ovory piece of Snninior Goods in our hoiiRO to get roiuly for Fall Trade. JMl goods are X '' coming in nvery.dny and wo want to niako loom for K i fining in nrid lnnb- tlirmwu'li im. qiutn, ne .1 j " w" " "... ui yuuuH can plcai' on iii irijo mid qunliry. """, ttr . & V0 t,i.tilt' Advisory Dent. Chittiiinnn Medicine Ca.. OuttinnnM TVnn 84-pbook.'Home TcutBcot lor Woatn," ttnfiroc j H , X XOCJKM L. L. SANDERS Crab Orchard, Ky. (CXXD ""V , r" t -- V if J J r. ? Wipr?- - 1 How some of our cpuntApost officej and rail road station cot III Cove, Uo James Winstead. y Livingston was Mt Vehnon, Ky. Sept 6, i&ii Read the bi,j closing out sa'e ad their names. Livingston a ran ( ( named for lid of J. Thos. Ubei ry found on fast i road conductor who was on the 11 page. TTQ Coll up ''No. 7" whan L SyyouwanltoCominunli ground when the track was laid to S3 1 onto with BIQNAtr 1 Anyone tniereited in stcpnd Rockcastle Riveis edge way back hand furniture will call at Miller in the 70's. Ho was a relative of 5" house the late R L. Myers, of Pleasant A. C. Hiatt nab purchased a oue Valley, a station 2 miles east of half interest iu the store ot T. M Mr. Vernon; name was changed to Nee and the stle of the firm is Cooks and later called Cove but LOUIIVILLC 4 NMVIUC n R.CO now erased entirely from railroad Noe ii Hiatt. station list Pleasant Valley at TIME TABLE. Mr. H. 0. oeutry authorizes one time wis an important con I 22 north 4.53 p m us to say that the long talked of shipping poiut and was a stepping in front of the Geutry 24 north 3:52 am place often for days for the prha"o of these fine hand-tailor- ed 2 I south .. 11:38 a ui property will be ready to walk on coach of H. C. Murrell. a director 21 South 12:19 am next Monday. of the L. & N. who was a great Jas, Landkum, Agent. in assorted sizes and colors The contract for the new pike friend ot M. J. Cook, a prominent Phone No. 58. was on Monday awarded to E. A citizen who owned lands in and Chilton, who will begin work at around Pleasant Valley. Brodhend Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. l'ostofllce and three-pie- ce come in two-pie- ce once on the construction. Mr. was also named for a construction as tecond'Olnts mail matter. Chilton expects to have the three constructor by that name who did miles completed before Xtnas. tbe building of several miles of the PER80NAL Maret railroad in our county. P. B. Asher was here Tuesdiy REVIVAL MEETING'S burg, whose station name was Mt on business. A service of meetiugs will be- Guthrie before post office was as. of these as on a are our regular Hilton Adams has been verj ifcV gin at the Baptist Chutch Sundaj established there was named for ' for several days, '. goods. Sept. 17th conducted by its pastor Signal's former editor and station $ Willis Hysinger, who has been Rev. T. C. Duke assisted by pastor igent. Withers (at Mulltns sick for three mont hs is no belter evangelhh, Rev. W. F. Jaggers of Station) was named by David is CLEAN-U-P for this seaMrs. C. H. Wh'le is with her Vii.e Grove Ky.. who will do the Withers a railrord contractor, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rome Adams. preaching Rev. Jaggers is a man Orlando (Brush Creek Station) wa for son; is to sell and you to F. L. Durham and F. L. Tbomp ot God whose character, ability named by the late D.N Williams sou Jr., were in Louisville Iron ind devotion to the cause of Chris as well as Wildie. The title is a md his fellow man have beci' combination of the names of Will Saturday until Monday. 1? thoroughly tested; whose labors and Dee Albright who were citizens Mrs. P. L. Durham and little h ive been crowned with success nf that locality when tie K. C son, Austin Spirks, were in Brod herevcr he has labored. Child rond was built through there. head from Snturdsy until Monday if God, 'tis your hour to d Lingford (Hummel Station) mfltrl Mrs. Ab Sparks is in Louisville Uusavers omcthing for Jesus! for Moses N. Langford. and there is sure lot to be Mrs in this week with her sister, nan, or woman, 'tis your oppor Conway took its najne from SRtterfield. mid atteiiding the Stale unity to .seek ' His face" Re heirs who owned largt for season. Fair. neniber the hour of service, it tracts of land in that locality when Will H. Fish and P. L. Thorn p o'clock a. in. and 7:30 p m Con K C. .was built. Boone at NorthV "?r .son Jr., spent Satuaday until Wed High-clas- s ider ) ourself personally invited ern part of the county takes its nesday in Louisville, doing the RRV T. C Dukr, Pastor name from Boones Gap which ol for fair and city in general. choice. early got its name from ''Daniel Another good citizen has moved course H. H BeaU is here this week killer", (not Ike Bowman) of Mr. E G the bar and informs us that he will move to town in the person Mt. Vernon, we suppose got its his family back to Mt, Vernon in Creech, a farmer from the Walker name in honor of George Wash School House vicinity. Mr. Creech the near futu.e. igtous home in Virginia but the came to towu for the purpose of Dr. 1. Ilarry Hendren, Indeoend man who gave it the appellation is educating his children, and will b ,8 ent candidate for State Senator unknown on the pages of histor connected with Conn Bros iu tbe in Ihf was Tuesdav here today, 101 years after the count) hardware business. The nuinbei it lli j was organized. The fire of i87i interest of his candidacy. w of people that move in to Lancaster Frank Longmire will move his every year is proof conclusive ol in county clerks office piobably the evidence if it was ever family here hi about three weeks. tho value of the Lancaster Graded . Zhou's tiy placed on record Wabd, four He will occupy the Asher property School. yA Lancaster Record. miles South-wesof Mt Vernon fc.now iiyjp&liMU. is having the same ot W. B. Sigmoutfnd Letfoy Mul experience, uraueu ouuooi .was named from the - initials . . III '. r ' J2s- .and be was William Darts' ti. lifts attended lire Ferhbahk Data and the fifowaMenioriaPbool M ow Level triiLJiUtgi ti a hftrtSreaflTglQsprJd work tot its first Tost mast ' ipi'.iiiLryrf' f '! have been Green got its wee., They saw mauy things of town and count v. 'The recent T. A to lear here being TEACHER'S ASSOCIATION. ' For bowel complaints in child- For Saw: At a very low price Intercut md profit. A GOOD SCHOOL HOME added building to the graded school unable any "level" there large The Teachers' Association of a desirable and well located rest r?n always give Chamberlain's and Mrs. IJ. G. Baker, Mrs giveJgreater facilities for the ac enough to play aTgame of marbles division uo. 3. to be hehUat Blue dence, in the town of Livingston. Berqa College,"whose Fall Term Colic, Cholera ai.d diarrhoea Rtm: commodation of the,, influx efpu GTS. Hiatt, Mr. on we didn't find M when there Spring,3rdSaturday in Spt. For further information address J. begins on Wednesday, Sept. 13, edy and castor oil. It is certain J&r. and Mrs. S. P. Bowman, Ed- - pits. The trustees hove, in theii some years agp. effect a cure and when reductd " The locality is Opening exercises nine o'clock. E Woodall, London, or J. S. has proved a good school home to to a practic with wn'er and sweetened is nleas-an- t Vg&r, Giant and Everett Mullins, principal, a master'iiud, fine and lots of good farms are Welcome address by E Bullock. Caloway, Livingston, Ky. No physician can to take. thousands of the best young peo C. D, Sutton, Bryan Perkins, Rob al worker in his line and he gets found there and mightygood people S9pt.- - 153U Response. Sam Chandler, rt his effort-Th- e Twenty years hence many prescribe a a better remedj ple. Mckenzie, Chnricy Thompson satisfactory results from along with them but the ground My method ef teaching reading, Brown Memorial sehool, now Some weeks ago Dr. S. C. Davis will be rejoicing because they startRamey Richards, "John Albright Who will be the next to take "aint level ' by a whole prssel. Marfha Ping. told the writer that ,Fiank Moore, ed out for an education in 1011. on matrimonial vows.' and ye Editor were those who putting'up an additional building, Bromo the post office of that Put on Advantages of professional, teach- the jeweler, had pellegra but under , your guessing cap and see how far went in'Tuesdav to sec the State is doi"g great work and our people good roads advocator, Peter Sljutts For Sauk: A frrm of 40 acres Jing, Hiatt Miuk. areproud of the institutions that treatment was on road to re Fair. r took its name from Bromo Quinine How secure good order, discussion his located in Rockcastle Co. Ky. , one you will miss your calculations. are accomplishing such great recovery Tuesday, Dr. J. H Hen 1 The writer, Jinit has a straight tip LOCAL Copley is tablets, so we are told. mile east of Level Green, near sults. of what will 'occurr in this pardren independent candidate for the name of a sijng just nortii'of schoql and churce, three room ticular line within next thirty I RFXESSir" Havejou read Cherry's ad. in this district, -- was V Sinks tunnel; 7ears ago, it was Advantage of a good library, Irvln house one half uuder cultivation, V.U1UUJI3BHHICI 1 IIC HICWIIUIl parties are litre and upon investigation "oil balance timber The right place das of legal nge Mrs. W. H Baker hTs purcnased (Dr D. B Southard Conn UrovWi' as Roundstojne.r"At prelent .known both and there'll be JTBullock. Moore s case pronounced it a For no elopement. . File your guesses the Mt VernoHj hofej, consider ana anerui tn for a man with small family. ii ;rr 1 r . XTl..l.. wcif? Ronndstone is located oue mile Recitation by Miss ClaragDeBord tipical case of pellagra. iii:eit:y The atiou $2250.00 followyv north of Wildie movedjtself as it How secure interest) patents,-further particulars and terms call with Jim. Wednesday and selected the doctor sass he has treated more The Gradedschoo!ppeued Mnn-di- y ing officers to ho)d the November were. Quail was given its name GeuSx,F'elds-M- than a hundred caes In hwpnic'jice on orUddress. "Mt: Vhunon Signal, by the fate W. G. Proctor who w ith a !ar;e attendance, and eleleclion: method ot teaching Jpuguage; iu South Eastern Kentucky and FOR FLETCHER'S . Mt, Vernon Ky. ran a country store at that point with bright prospects, for a' most PRnciUCT No. 1. J W.TIarler, ILee Chandler that more than ninety per cent of Sept.-i&-successlul'ycars work. R, D. C Poj liter, D, Judt.es; and iu season purchased and Discuss common mistakesmi teach the patients recovered. He also handled great numbers of quail, W. R McClure. D, Sheriff; Win. ing;"Faiinl!peDord staled very forcibly that our peoWo collect notes and account John-ettusually called partridges, NOON. look after claims any where, in Hansel. R, ,Clerkv ple should not take any scare at and Essm was named for John and Etta Pkkcinct No, '2. J. T. Proctor, and make no the United states: the case in. town here as , iuis FanciSf Rash. of Richmond, who had Recitation D, S. S. Dpilv, R. Judges: Gus Chenault, neither infectious or contagious charges unless we collect. Object of the recitolidn; 13an Staversoo.Jt, Sheriff;' Jas. Marot. landed interests in that locality 't 45 Bullock. and tha,t Dr. Davis' treatment is on May's Com.bction AditGCv; when Big Hill mines were in SoMKRSRr. Ky. D, Clerk Sept STC"" correct lines. operation. Hansfqrd got its uame Address by Supt. Kincer? PrkccncT NO. 3. Wat. Uays, R, In scllnol: The auction sale of lots by the Wi H.Jones, D. Judges; Fdgir fioin Will Hansford who was How secure intereit The Brown Memorial School was 1 Mrs yhijaker established here some yecrs ago Henry Realty Co. was well at- Hays. D. Sheriff; Chris Wood, R, running a store at that point when ptattenlion; under the auspices of the Pre.sby-tthe post office was established. How secure tended yesterday and every lot sold, Clerk. ' Isabel Ping. riausi The funds' for starting the as vet the selliug was not as brisk (p. Prrcimt No. 4 R A Swin W. M. Owens was m. g.) at Burr What preparation should1 .teachers school, as well nStlie church buildr it might liave been and niauy of. 'f pot named for sas his office Judge.1-'JHio Kind You Have Always Bought, anil wlriclx lias been vd, R, Orville Cope, D. tbe. lots sold piettv low down; John Hamilton. R, Shtriff; Win a patch of weeds that use to grow make for tho recitatiou: llotf con ing and manse, wete furnished by in iso for over 30 years, lias liorno tho slgnatnro of duct; Sam Chandler, two members of the Brown Me and has been niado under his pcr- along there before he built his Every one who purchased lots te Lidville, D; "Clerk. sonal supervision sinco its Infancy. 'Jp uo you Allow wuisperpg: now ii.onal church of Baltimore, from ' welrpleascd. V Thos. Phil- - .store house. Pine H'll gets its PKnciNerr No. s. '"VvvCv Allow Tin ntm tn iinovn vnn In flit. pievent if; the school takes its name, cognomen from n hill just ooutHof which The M Brown ,Meraoiial opened beck', R. "Albert 'Allen, 'D Judges; All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-yoonro but nd the Presbyterian synod of New RECE.3S. F (il..lff. Ull.. the .station. Spitb probably gets Experiments that triflo Aitli and endanger tho health o Wednesdav'.wilh tho fu)t allotment, " s" York City. The .school was carried its queer appellation from Tboiuo What are the aims uf the chool; Infants and Children lSxpericnco against Experiment. of pupifs. Onnccotint of .the new nrlfTinfii.AfCiefk.V on some years in' the building pup - Mulljns. drug or possibly "spiritsfrumenti." EjBullock. B. G,, building now1 inprog"rcss, area-lit- ; RRKCi(9T Nd.6i chased of Mt. yeruon Collegiate Reams, 'Di ..Judges McCrackeu, in eastern part ot Recitation bylissGermKencer. Institute. Last year this building JpZ. 'tie crowded loroom at present! JLV.Geo-'- R' county, gets its name from the Mc- - AVhen should you begin., teaching Castorla H a harmless jjubstlUito, for Castor OH, Parebut u)e buildinggjwili be, coniplete John'Fartliing Rf SheiifT: Win ; was disposed of to the Graded goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It Is Pleasant. It Cracker, family. Hiatt post office to the child; HfaMink. Scbojl trustees and the school has MeHhfguDFdlerb TL u auuri iiuic wumu contains nuithex Opium, Movphino nor other Narcotio called by that name for A, 0, Hiatt Best method" of teaching? history since been conducted in Langdon in every v panleHj?onder nodious and substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys Worms has school This W failed to ' and geography; Mrs. Wliitaker Dormitory. particular. and allaj JFeverishncss. It , and "Wind '.i R"f. V. Bowman D, Judges; J. its first postmaster. Pougo got its Vf and' proved so successful that the BaColic. Jt relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation Hew beautify R, C4lloway. D. Sheriff; Jacob Sam learn where and how New York originators ltimore and Dr. nnd Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates tho peculiar name, possibly in .ame groUnds; Fanuiej Dliordu. "b.ioolr, Rj, CJerk, j are having a.large additional build-it)while here Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. . date for State Senate, Bromo came into Primary plan8; Dan Bullqck in connection to dor10 "8 Napoleon manner Spiro and erected PRHXJJCy, Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. jrTDesday pointed out to the writer; Vhitaker.R-- . T-increas-itu- r existence. Disputauta is the handFannie DeW $?& mitory to accomodate the Balder, D, tnougu twp cases ot "hooltworm Datronaee, It is believed by Judgesf J.CopperrR. Sheriff; iwork of the late D. N, Williams ALWAYS GENUINE LAND STOwK? AND i(2,QP the friends of the Institute that if ' Clerk. hefdidn't tell the persons of their who was called in to settle, the Ovyefi'i V the school continues il uirishing says it is an Walter ualaj. The Dr, , "dispute over what the nanje of PKKCiKcTfNo'i'-b- , Bears the Signature of W. M. Hysjnger bought p"John jhat a college building will be actual affliction and ent a joke by jltBrdtyn, D Judges; t'.ie office should be; sLortly after Fuget, one three' year old nrnle U r erected within next . two yeurs. R vony means, as manyeom to think," B. ward came Climax a few miles dis $i5o. y, O ' Hysinger pta J, T, mucircredjt is dio i the present Prober sanitation is the prevent- Cummln.s-lerlc- .. to . oer hadtK 1. pHnclpal ali'd mqniiger of the Affair Miss McCord. Jve, jind its.treatment is nov Wanthd--Agent- s c (either meniorrrlysinger sold Ballard sLicinip; h0j- PRKbiNeaNqajw; v 0 fied since experts under the y J per," lieV.V caVves at pr 'c s WDiuen") 10 sell Florida land in? son 4 (7 Diarrhoea is alvyhys more RockefeUer tu.id'have inVf ?tigntcd k'uSfR.. A$pJJ . . "t.B Rockcastle and adjoining counties., Ballard & Thompson, boughUoHirkvalent fJurm bepteinoer. m nijOTMiioHH.HA - l One afllicte'd with Jonn the subieclv " jmf3,4nj,i y' Henry HysingefgoCca Wetat t"Pn recL on .ll,e eai,y payment plan. : the troubles cets that tired , . ; ' i&'fsfeb Ci lco Cholera and. JXarrhoea ' ua- penence not Goodt i!4cts. r ir 45.J .In .Use Fop Tjr OverCTRCCT, Years KtPmt'llVIII .a- a ,w listless feeling shtuvjjrig' vprk-- pr ., :,"' ; 'Jr-UlUIULfL'1tlU1i L'UULtU'Ui 0111a 1 bouehfof J, B..Levisyrib! BRP - AII pnn ift 'JCflVR .tr"i wYMi.w ' t ' Un t 3 MURRAY 'llk&R.StWieeNJAtfn ,. NW YORK CITY. KlK, v fit (1 fcRfcTKlPa .' mimics linger, - ,,Rh:JM?(a!SfciniPsfU proposition, ,. xnr r '' r r'-" exertion "whatever. The "'I "'V"' ' I J' f" . rf WW', SCWrVfii' AoKNCVi cent tid .very short, thread .like. Judges; - --vaw$g"iiniWLjpeieuMKswT Rhal Estatb Wifr fromv a . 1 J ,J.. rk n .1 (tlw.i SombrsOT,Ky same price. . 4' tlnit ota into the svstem. r ' w lson. JiPUieritjjiti sFMqtiHiipj, o pit nr MT.VERN ' N SIGNAL' w.T.Dl,vhidhi. &, V ! vm Wzmmizm fflnifflnnfflinnnfflnnmiimfflnffflni f (; J -- T- -O YOUR LAST CHANCE YOU'LL HAVE TO HURRY TO GET ONE OF fibtSF 1 . i FISH'S FOR GUARANTEED suits 15 SUITS suits. side-wal- k We have just about 53 They NOW IS THE TIMS much to save $6,75 suit. Some FB YOU 53 suits I 650 This our FINAL and the time SHORT; both our stock us buy THE PRICE SPEAKS FOR ITSELF to a suit this any was-ame- WMfPiimik SUIT YOU; just right Wmmm ill WmwK I'M 4m $9.75. $15 and $16.50 GUARANTEED SUITS Come and get first 1. k 1 .- -4. I I fc II w Look For The Sign of the Pish W 1 (rJed t'.iy.M t, And Highlass "i Gene's Furnisher. I KSB1"- -' I -- 1 1 1 m- ir, k.k IH 2SSliiiil55i snmmiisttHHHuuiumiitHituuK . '" "yi.-.- r - T- r i ullins, ! K - t - Staie-Seua- te f Children Cry 3tr CASTO RIA a $ bV-.Mi- ss ""' Children Cry for FBetciier's J' v "J wm -. ; IrvirV-Bullock. Tri d" t$. JC -- What is CASTORIA curc.s-plarrhcc- a 111 e PRK'-iijq'ro- ri schqol-hpus- e Hendron.-inUepsndenfcand- " w g t TB. Chan-dler- m-- pl M.CralJho. ttJ 1 , Hentrv-toewes- Si T ' YV iBxv,,.Hi9e.2SiCQ-H. J-- l. rtftWi, . PJiiWMeD , . - Et 'it-- r ', - T ': Z 71 J" 1HP-.- mtS"T - . 'i u f i..l .J &1$tTri J.V -- ".itz s .. "iwi.. '.' .Ji'mw$mmJC ....!. y? 3 k 6i , 1 &mamF i. YT'i -- - f AT .JtvA m&$ Jr a;j - v 1 f4, :- t ..s &t Mf S 1 n'T : - 11 jrr . it&. ; mfrj The Kind You Have Always Bought .m 30 WmMMMM BBifgf ...;.l,.. , sy s&2-- s$tjj?jf . COMPANY-, . &&?&& fate. 'fijlL - ?-- l il J - I i H,V . t XP'i . A ' U It, c& ( s J "'? rK. ?i VfA' .3 f- - rJfi r " f .. 'all ' i I!k1 .V.ifl ESlJ i . H COSSIE SU1TON WHITES AN INTERESTING ARTICLE 12 DAYS LONGER 51 AND MAKEb ASEN' bIBLE Being SUGES-- " Only J 2 days more of this Big Closing-Out-Sa- le at J. Thos. Cherry's Store. TION. engaged in the general merchandise in llus town and interested in the growth and prosperity of it, as well as the develop ment ot my own business, I desire to offer a suggestion to the business e men 01 Mount Vernon ana kook-castl- R. M. K. sale positively will close September 30 We will sell all staple goods at cost, and a great many less than cost as long as this sale lasts; As we have told you, if you want bargains now is the time to get them. Being compelled to give possession Oct 1st We This Count). I am in favor of the rormotkn of an organization to promote, en: courage and advertise the develop ment of the commercial, uiauulnc-Hiring- , indtistnal and civil interest of the citv of Mount Vernon and the County of Kockcastle and to the end that the club's usefulness may not be misunderstood orimpiiitd, 1 would suggest that the organization shall by resolution announce and declare that the Club Shall never be committed to the support or en dorsement ol any candidate for public office and that no subject or measure, sectarian or political, shall be considered or discussed or voted on by the club; that the mem bersbtp of the club be divided iuto two classes, active and associate; that the membership fee of the active members shall be ten dollars and that the annual dues shall be fixed by the club, not to exceed fifteen dollars per year, that associate members be admitted tinder such regulations as the club may provide but that they shall have no right to vote or participate in the management of the club's affairs; that the club select a secretary and Treasurer, who shall hold office one year and whose salary will be fixed by the club; that there shall be the following committees, on membership, on city aud county develope- ment, a committee on press, who' shall have charge of the publication of all documents and articles suited for publication and shall secure such notices in the news paper or papers as they may deem advantageous to the club aud who shall have charge of all printing, etc. That the money collected from the dues and membership fees shall be expended in defraying the salary of the secretary aud treasurer and in the deve!opemetuby publication, through pamphl trds and many ad various advertising mon and vautaees of M01 Rockcastle Count need of We are very m advertisirg to the world what we have at home, what Mount Vcrtion offers and what Rockcastle County has, the initing of manufactures to locate among us; to advertise our splendid schools, our farming in terests, shipjng facilities, our beau tiful aud excellent quality of free sto'ie, lime stone, our splendid sand and gravel, fiie brick, cement, pottery, saltpeter as a fertilizer. Mount Vernon should Ja've a pop ulation of ten thousand instead of one thousand. She can easily have a taxable value of ten million in stead of two million dollars, but this can only be done by proper advertising The manufacturers attention need be culled to our in viting fields. We need foreign capita1, push and brains aud this is the wav, in.my opinion, to get It. By increasing the population of Mount Vernon and Rockcastle, all of us would be benefited. It would not be confined to any one mer chant or businessman, but all would share in the profits. It would cause an awakening of every industrial interest and bring into our midst much more money and a high class ofpople. Prosperous towns and cities have adopted this plan and great have been the results. With the establishment of such a club, lher will be a new dawn of civic pride, an awakeuing ol municipal patriotism aud the bringing of many industrial plants to this county, which to day are our greatest needs. Iu conclusion, I would suggest that the organization, when formed, be called the "Industrial Club". Respectlully, C. D. Suttou. Avt-IT- Flour Co. want to run our stock down as low as possible by that time.. Bargains are too numerous to quote prices, but for your consideration we quote you a few of our bargains as follows: Dry Goods Best Calico, per yard, Children's Underwear, Children's Uunion Suits, Men's shirts, Men's Socks, per pair, Ladies' Hose, por pair, Bed Blankets, per pair, Men's 50c Uunderwear, $1.50 Hugs, $2.50 Rugs, 50c Rugs 4c Hardware ,. lie i up Nails, 10 per pound, . - 2Ja 8 inch files 19c to 89c 7c and 8c . 8c 49c 37c 98c $1.00 88c inch tiles Handsaw filos Loaded shells, por box Stovo pipo per Joint, Sheep bolls Cow bells VW "T 7c 10c - 8c 87c 8c T:' " Oc igc wf Harness" i:f Collar Pads, each l Wind Bridles, $1.25 Buggy Bridles " " 85c Trace chains per pair, Clothing Men's Suits, Boys' Kneo Suits,' Men's Coats and Vests Men's Odd Vests, Men's Odd Pants Men's Overalls Men's Overall Coats $2.98 up 98c up $1.95 15c to 35c 55c up 83c 27c 5" -- 4r f f .. 24c 28c 79c 98c 59c up up up Glassware and Queensware 14c Set good table glassos 34c Lantern' 24c , Set plates 19c oil can Glass lamp chimjsys, each, 5c 7c t' 10c Lamp chimneys.' each 37c .t 50c Lamps, oach 0c 10c corn nonners. each Don't miss this opportunity of getting goods at (sacrifice. Yours for Busines, Good Shoes Men's Brogan Shoes ' Men's Pine Shoes Ladies, Shoes Children's Shoes per pair, Men's and Ladies Rubbers per pair, 1 $1.05 $1.25 to $2.49 up 25c up 69c 25c up .' Hats Men's flats, Men and Boys' Caps 25c to $1.15 19c J. THOS. CHERRY f KENTUCKY', v NOTICE. I will give a more complete description of the 988 acres of land, which I am offering for sale privately, located on Skeggs creek, in the Southern part of the county. I will sell any part or all, and .same will be checked from this list as sold. thing complete with band snws, grist rocks and some good orders, If it is farming I can furnish one, two or five farms, crops, stock lor same. For further information call on me. Wit. Bullock. Sept-8-t- f Hansford, Ky. " NOTICE To The of First, 4 miles 138 acres mostly coal land 12 South of Mt. Vernon. mines opened in good shape and working every day except Sunday, and cannot be competed with in price or quality, ask the people of Mt. Vernon. Well watered, 20 by 30 store buildiug and new and complete stock of goods, one dwelling near by, 4 tenent houses, Walding, Kinnan & Makvin a lot of fine lruit trees, good public Wholesale Druggists, outlet and a pike to soon be built Toledo. O. e of same. A cave near In Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken the store door that saves you ice internally, acting directly upon the bill on all cold storage and keeps blood and mucous surfaces of the Testimonials sent Iree. cold drinks colder than ice. It system. a zero temperature in Price 75c. per bottle. sld by all stands at Druggists. August. Second. A farm of 44 acres A good adjoining the 138 acres. home for you. Two story home building not completed, 2 barns, 1 tenant bouse, good orchard aud a left mo with a frightful cough and very weak. I had spells when I could lot of blue grass land. hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 Third. 244 acres additional 102 minutes. My doctor could not help me, but I was completely cured by acres 6 miles South ot Mt. Vernon known as the Hansford stand and hotter known as the lucky stand and the best stand in the county. Airs. j. ii,. uox, joiier, 111. E Well situated, school aud church g BOe AND $1.00 AT ALL DRUGGISTS, mile from home building. One store house 20 x 66 ft with side A complete In long pnst ages it was cusroom (2 x 66 it. merchandise. 2 two story tomary for a bridal couple to drinl stock of bnildings and all necessary out diluted honey until the moon under doer buildings, with five tenant which they were married bad fillec out its cycle. Our phrase "honey buildings, good orchards. Fourth. 250 acres 8 miles South moon" is supposed to be an echo o of Mt. Vernon, near Level Green this custom. a good farm, good buildings 1 He who goes far from home foi tenant house, good water, orchard his wite either means to cheat 01 and good outlet. will be cheated. Fifth no acres 8 miles South Make haste when you are purof Mt Vernon, a good piece of chasing a held, but when you art land. Come and buy me out on to marry a wife be slow easy terms any part or all. Will As usually treated, a sprained sell just to suit the purchaser. I ankle will disable a man foi have got your business, come on. three or four weeks, but by ap If it is merchandise business come plying Chamberlain's Liniment twice I have two stores for you, or freely as soon as the injury i one for you and one for the other received, and observing the dire fellow. If it ia turning come sure ions vvitu eacn oottie, a cure cm four two I've, got a life time job. I' it is be effected in from Chas C.to1 avi? milling, come pow I have the days. For sale by saw one-mil- THIS? y We effer fc)ne Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh Tax-Paye- rs that cannot be cured by Hall'ri Catarrh Cure. F. J. Chrnnfy & Co., Toledo, O. We the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, Meet'ino at the following named places to setjle your Tax for aud believe him perfectly honor the year 101 1;" From 9 O'clock A. M to 3. O'clock P. At. able in all business transactions carry out and financially able to any obligations made by his firm. Conway September 12 "t&ll Tuesday HOWS Rockcastle Cofrnty: 1 For The People and Against Combines and Monopolies. Our Motto is To Sell them Low and send and Get More. Every body said the boys wouldn't stick, but they have moved tc the Masonic brick with a car of Old Hickory Wagons. Car of Field Fencing Wire Car of Building and Finishing nails- Car of Floorings finishing lumber Car Best Flour meal i corn ' hay buggies v s... v t ao1 . ."Sty- y .. f . ":: -t. s. - Thursday Abney & Owens' Storo Friday Saturday Wildio Hockford Climax Orlando Livingston - 'f u 14 " .. is I 18 Mondny Tuesday ' r " " " " 19 - PNEUMONIA DR. KINC'S Johnettn Mullins Station Pongo Level Green Quail Ottawii Brodhead & Wednesday Thursday Saturday Tuesday Wednesday "f iL 'l .. 20 21 23 '' " " ',u 26 27 03 " jS u& New Discovery Thursday Friday Saturday ' ' . 29 " 30 At tho Court House on all days Please meet mo at tho above named places and settle promptly as 1 must collect thesoTax and settle with tho Auditor So with due notice all t txes lfot .paid by De cember 1st, will have to pay penalty and cost of advertising. and County. T. .S. SIGHT, A DREADFUL to H. J. Barnum, ot Freeville, N, Y , was the lever sore that had llagued his life for years iu spite of ic used Bucklen's'Wnica salve tnd wtote: "It has entirely healed with scarcely a scar left." Heals Burns, Boils, Eczema, Cuts, Swellings, Corns and Uruises, C. Chas. Davis. many remedies hejtpil At last CASXO.RIA Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S NO NEED TO STOP WORK. When your doctor oiders you to "I stop work, it staggers you. F0r Salk: A farm of 40 can't ' you say. You know you acres located in Rockcastle county, are weak, run down and failing one mile from church and school: in health, day by day, but you 'must work as long us jou can About good neighborhood. What you need is Electric under cultivation balance timber. staud. to give tone, strength and Bitters Three room dwelling. If sold im vigor to your system to prevent mediately this farm goes at a breakdown and build you up. For"terms and turtber Don't be weak, sickly or ailing bargain. ' information coll on or address, wheu Electric Bitters will benefits 1 you from the first dos. Mt. VkknqN fallSNAL, bless them for their glorious Mt Vernon Ky. Try them. health and strength. is guaranteed to Every bottle at .Chas C Only satisfy. hous-nnd- R. C cement Big four plaster ' All kinds of paint, hardware and groceries Stock is complete We have no junk Our shoes are sold for a legitimate profit and guaranteed. You must be satisfied or your money back We have a complete line and our guarantee is you must be satisfied or your money back. ' , v - . e Come and See Us. . R.M. K. Hour Co. LIVINGSTON, KY, .j-- T. Children Cry FLETCHER'S CASTO Rl A FOR Davis. 5c ' -- rTtt-- - - -- ,' ' i -- A teZa