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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ii dBZ Fridayai I J IVOLUME XXIVMTi VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY SEPT 1911 NUMBER H i i amilv will rivie N C this week L in d relativesS- l watch inspector is here week T J Pennington is clerking J A Oliver he is a hustlerMiss Nettie Rice is recovering from an illness of fever L H Dayis is moving into residence on Main StJohn Waldroupv of Greenville S Cis here looking out a location will probably remain among us N E Grey Chas H Reynolds and Joe Childress in Mt Ver non this weekJohn Sawbriers Mullins attended Landrum Council meeting at Vernon Monday night outIhisand when finished will leave Oklahoma a short visit to rela tivesMrs L H Davis been quite sickFred Nabors been quite sick with tonsilitisJohn- M Clark was in Mt Vernon a days oIAvingstou is on a boom pool rooms running day nightA crowd of young folks surprised Miss Alice Ward on Tues day evening Those present Misses Nettie Rice Carrie Ponder Carrie Farley Ethel Hays Essie Pike and Bessie Hamlin Messrs Walter Rice John Mullins and Luther Hamlin MrsG M Ballard of Vernon is guest of Miss Lyda Cook and Mrs J P E Drummond are in Knoxville with relatives Drummond is back a few days in Lemonds place as chief dispatcherMart Hicks and daughter Miss Bertha Mrs Sue Mullins are in Knoxville attending Appalachian ExpositionMiss Lenora Parreltwas guest of Misses Pennington SundayMiss Nola Jones of Winchester was with Miss Ella Mae BlanrxLbeJtsyeen trains MondayMiss Annie Rice Walton have Barbours ville where they are attending Itis e a t ei N9 e v r 9 I I lei oo ee-1e ae e te e a e J rU II r I In n r f 1 f Union College Miss Flora Penn ington who been visiting Miss Lenora Parrett at Vernon returned homeMfs C A Blanford returned home after a visit to father at Parksville The following girls boys week school Cleo Penn ington to Brown Memorial Vernon Mary Edna Crouch to Nazareth Earl Rice to Williams burg George Smbrook and Eliza beth Lemonds to Sue Bennet at London John Walton is a candi date Representative he says he is going to stay with boys LEVEL GREEN The farmers of this vicinity have begun to take of fodder as almost matured Wheat sowing will be next in order we have had sufficient rain to soften earth so plough ing may be doneH L Mann ing of Coibin recently gave a moving picture entertainment at Level Green Lodge Hall which was a great feast youngsters G C Price of this place purchased store and dwell ng property tram R L Bray at Wabd Bray will continue to run store however dislike to have to give up doctor family as their friends are legion neighborIhoodMrs R W Texas is here a several weeks visit while husband is preaching in this eastern section of State Two of their are also here on a visit Red Mullins trading of place will begin a nice dence on farm one mile South of Level Green would like to furnish some additional information to gentleman who gave writeup of weeks issue in regard to origin of towns post offices in one instance of our village Level Green gotits name from beautiful lawn where C D Burnett lived at time office established he knows there are places level and large enough to play ambles on where around hereE d d Brown and Vic Price in Lancaster week with a bunch of cattle marketMari- on Fields will take brother place at store this week give him a days restLevel Green Lodge 2678 M B A will initiate a large class in mysteries of order next urday night BRODHEAD Miss Dora Nevilles of Corbi n t e guest of Mrs R H Hamm last weekMrs Susie Cherry is ting in StanorJ Misses Clyde Mattie Wilmot Tuesday West Port IndJolln Mullins of Livin in town Satur dayMr Mrs John Jnrrett Monday Durango Colo Walter Robins G M Frith in Vernon Sunday calling Mrs R H Hamin is visit ing in Lancaster this week Misses Kate Fanny Wells Mrs George Conder baby of Crab O chard was with Miss Jewel FranC- ISCO Saturday SundayF Land E B Thompson H Fish pleasant visitors in town SundayMrs Jasper Thompson children have returned to their home at Crawfordsville Indiana visiting Mrs Jim Owens Misses Harris and Nannie Whorter spent Saturday and Sunday in BereaUncle Yaden returned from Louisville where he been at work past months Misses Etta Moore Frith in Crab Orchard Sunday L forget Supper Saturday night Sept 23rd at school houseMisses Elizabeth Storms spent Saturday and Sunday with parents Monday Tampa Florida where wiJL teach this yearMrs Monie Dunn of Danville Ben McRoberts of Leb Ianon Indiaua guests of of is In lft lirr MU SSSSSiSi Mrs G Frith first of week Aint Judy Ctestnut is with Mrs Fanny Brooks Mrs Kate Roberts in etburg Sunday Vick Francisco made flying trip to Berea T rooks is having mill moved from Copper Creek to this plaeePrauk Phillips up froni Stanford Serena Owens and daughter Margie are Walnut Grove this week Mrs tton of Stanford is with hirParenas Mrs R CasUrban Cass in Stanford Tuesday Tuesday of this week Bxodhead Graded Scho6Twas hon ored from gentleman who gave name Osborne Chairmanof crape Board of Education from Fran sfort The citizens BrodheT should regret that their faculty behind times to know that Osborne is chairman and that nine year old sister is Secy of same Board Osborne said he from Frankfort of Richmond to Conway and walked to Brod head we think that Grand Old Commonwealth of Kentucky should provide transportation its made very short he especially anxious to visit fair ground before he NOT A WORD OF SCANDAL marred call of neighbor on Mrs W Spraugh of Mans vile Wyo who said she told me Dr Kings Hew Pjllls had cured of obstinate kidney trouble and made feel like new woman Easv stomach liver and kidney troubles Only at Chas C Davis For Infants and Children The Kind You Have AlwayHJought Bears thedSignature oseosooeogooeeeoeeoeeeeeoseeoooooeooModern WOMENS SMART FALL SUITS With All The Distinction of HighPriced Models Wehavechosen with muchcare 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 of interest for the critical woman as does this one STYLE IS PREEMINENT All the distinctive details of the newest models are IIThe most recent novelty effect are incoporated in every gar ment in a dressy tasteful manner All things combine effect a stunning whop Ii THE WORKMANSHIP INVOLVED BESPEAKS CARE AND DE VOTION ON THE PART OF THE TAILOR AND SURELY THE RE I SULTS JTSTIFY THIS ATTENTION THE ASSORTMENT PRESENTED For your selection embraces S every large Variety Each suit potrays some individual conception that will enabel every woman to rest assure of exclusiveness Come in while the assortment is Ii complete and every new style idea is complete L ELThe Range Price From 1to3ON- ew Fall Styles SELBY SHOES FOR WOMEN Sutton McBee Always The Best For Less ooeseoeeoeeeeeseeeeeSe It I J a TuesdayW SundavMrs IB B a a as ot so as j inspectorsMr a as Brodhead a P remedy CASTORIA of together t M e oe = J SELBY ee 0 0 fa Se e o S se tssee Ite oee EEiiSiiiii iiiiii r ANNOUNCEMENT I desire to announce myself as an Independent candidate State Senator in Seventeenth- S natorial District composed of counties of Bell Knox Laurel Jackson Pulaski Rockcastle and Whitley subject to action ot voters at regular elections November 19 n In making this announcement I it due to people of this district to that I am a politician and I will to elect me to Senate without knowing some of things which I stand I favor enact ment of all good wholesale laws which will make our State a ter Kentucky Home laws which will check crime and which are almost void so long as we have intoxicating liquors sold in our counties where fourfifths of people are opposedto sale of same The fact that liquor directly or indirectly is in 9o cent of cases responsible ucrimes cemmitted in counLesof district I feel that it is high time that people sbould take matter in hand and send to Legislature Senate who favor enact ment of laws governing sale of liquor in State of Kentucky I favora on this subject such as will give to people of entire county an opportunity to their ballots whether liquor shail be sold in their county or I shall vote and do all in power adoption of a law known as The County Unit Bill I also favor enactment ot a lawgiving State in con struction and building of Good Roads in this State- I am in favor of legislation leading to better educatbnal advantages and will vote jfof looking to that end I am in favor of will vote a direct election ot United States peopleII am in favor of a square laboring and will measure to better conditionsI favor of a direct Primary Election to nominate candi dates State District and County pffices payable of public funds under proper prescribed penalties regulating same thereby making merit and qualifications standard of can didates instead of boodle and bossism This will place nomination of candidates various offices in hands of people instead of party machinery this platform I respectfully solicit your active support and in fluence in behalf HARRY HENDRKN rTeachers Association of Magis tonal District NO4 will meet at LivingstonSaturday September 30 Everybody cordially invited- PROGRAM 9oo a m Devotional Exercises Conducted Rev Bell Welcome address Prof Dickerson Response Pigg Recitation Miss Minnie Gentry Interest of parents Mrs McClure How to teach Stock and Bond Prof Dickerson r Adjournment 100 pm Address Supt Kincer The Cigarette Boy Miss Bertha Robinson How to gain attendance of pupils Ponder Essay Miss Clyde Watson Writing in Rural Schools Miss Eva Fish II Spelling in Public Schools II Miss Mary Price II General Remarks Adjournment I W R Dickerson Chm I Miss Eva Fish Sect A DREADFUL SIGHT to ii J Barnum ot Freeville N Y was the feversore that bad s plagued years in spite many remedies he tried last he used Bucklenssrnica salve and wrote It has entirely healed with scarcely a left a Heals Burns Boils Eczema Cuts Bruises Swellings and C Chas Davis N- 1 ir 7 7 J Established f887u f 22 52 10 md dn this for and his new and were Mt for for has has few two and were Mt the Mr Mr Mr and the the the and left for has Mt has has her and left last for Mt for and the care the the corn has and the for the Dr has the Mr the We the and for her and the the sons the man this resi his We the the last the and the the the the was and any war were last for his the and few No the the Sat was vis and left for ston was and left for and Dr were Mt last and and and and W were and fter Kit Mc Ben has has for the few and were ont the Pie the her she left for she and Mr and Mrs were the 2his the was Ma saw was Hil Mr and was On the by isit his Mr its far the not even Mr his As Mr came via Va our for call was the left the life her her but sure for 25c I S I I I g fi his I aE- t for the the the the the feel the say not not ask you the the for the bet the the per the for the the the the the men the and the the the law the the say by not and for my for the the aid the any any men sure and for dea for the man vote for any his law for out the the the for the the the On my by Mr Mi his life for of At scar iE II P M II J FlourCoFor Against Combines and MonopoliesOur is To Sell them Low and send and Get More Every body said the i boys wouldnt stick but they have moved to the Masonic brick with a car of Old Hickory Wag ons Car of Field Fencing WireGar J of- Finishing BuI1aitRgaf1I j t nails Car of Flooring andr t finishing lumber C aiFlourmeal S- yV i i CO rniilf hay JfH p i r buggies 1 cement 4 Big four plaster t All kinds of paint hard li ware and groceries Stock is complete WehavenojurikN Our shoes are sold fot J a legitimate profit anlt guaranteed You mus l be satisfied or your mon backWe vea complete line and our guarantee is you must be satisfied 5 or your money back Connie and See Us RMKIiourCQ i LIVlNO GNJKYi J 7ft r F = h i1 j L w MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY Sept 22 1911 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONS YEAR IOO Advertising rates madeJtnowri on application 1i MEMBER QP KENTUCKY PRESS t SOCIATION DEMOCRATIC TICKET For United States Senator QLLIE M JAMES For Governor JAMES B McCREARY For LieutenantGovernor EDWARD J McDERMOTT For AttorneyGeneral JAMES S GARNETT For Auditor HENRY BOSWORTH For State Treasurer THOMAS G RHEA For secretary of State C FCRECEL1US For Supt of Public Instruction BARKSDALE HAM LETT For Commissioner of Agriculture- J W NEWMAN For Clerirol Court of Appeals ROBERT L GREENE ROCKCASTLE people are slowly being aroused from the slumbers of a century One eye they have opened while with the other they are beginning to see Our officials are even waking up Our leading men have been indiflerent but are now showing signs of life Even our young business men are see ing the dawn ofa better day audI beginning to realize the betterlroadsbetter schdofsr more profitable farming greater opportunities and ciViliZalHon If you are a teamster teaming pays poorly because of bad roads Your farm may be highly product ive and yet the income yields you only a scant living Wh Bad roads The school attendance is less than half and why Tne children have 4d wadethrough mud shoemofth deep and trample over rough roads to get to a cold damp and gloojJ4yt schoolroom Do you want property values in Rockcaslle to increase one hundred per cent Do you west capital to invest in this locality and put wheels cf industry inovufg Du you want desirable people to lo cate here Do you v a t the cease ess llow of our best peopleo other counties and states to ceisc Do you want to make money more easily and pleasantly DJ you wint to see our tich minera developed In fact do you your self want to prosper D you want progress refinement cdtua tion and advancement to becojj sisters and parlnets in this deaf old County of Rockcastle ifFeu do lets get busy and pray for good roads advocate good toads but best ofall work for good roads Jr IVsSeDI The Louisville Herald S ator Bradley will not bt able to take an active part in the Republican State Campaign because he will be busy investigating Senator Stephenson of Wiscojsin who is charged with securing his election to the United States Senate by corrupt means Bradley trying Ste henson for buying his way into the Senate If the wopccock has not lost his voice entirely it is up to him to make a few sulphurous remarks TALK about j bur yaller gals and sing your Rosa Lee as our old friend Jim Cummius used to say but that verd CII a Lincoln Conn ty jury in a Pulaski County case fixing the punishment of James Ellis at death beats all the verl d cts in this section of the State in many a day This will set an exI ample worthy of emulation Queen bkirts in all the nt w patterns at SUTTOX it McBnE a A Western preacher received the following note This is to give you notis that I and Mis Jemima Arabella Breaily is coming to Our church on Saturday ale noon next to undergo the operation of ma i stony at your hands Please tJ- epumyt as the cab is hired by the hour Wigwag I never knew such a fellow as Bjones He is always looking for troubl- eHenpeckedThen why dont he get mairied Ifou weld count money at rate of a dollar a second and if you worked eight hours a day Sundays and altocoUllt a billion dollars would require ninety years No Man is Stronger f1 Than His Stomach A strong man is strong oil over No men eon be strong who is suffering from weak stomach with its consequent indigestion or from same other disease of the stomach and its associated organs which im pairs digestion and nutrition For whca the stomacheis weak or diseased there is a loss of the contained in food which is the source of all physical strength When a man doesnt feel just right when he doesnt sleep well has an uncomfortable feeling in the stomach after eating is languid nervous irritable and despond eat he is losing the nutrition needed to make strength Such a man should use Dr Pierces Coition Medical Discovery It cures diseases of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition It enriches the blood Invigorates the lIver strengthens the kidneys nourishes the nerves and so GIVES HEALTH 21KD STRENGTH TO THE WHOLE BODY You cant afford to accept a secret nostrum as a substitute for this non alcoholic medicine OF not even though the urgent dealer may thereby make a little bigger profit Ingredients printed on wrapper r Are You Nervous What makes you nervous It is the weakness of your womanly constitution which cannot stand the strain of the hard work you do As a result you break down and ruin your entire nervous system Dont keep this up Take arduiv the Romans Jonic Cardui is made from purely vegetable ingredients It acts gently on the womanly organs and helps them to do their proper work It relieves pain and restores health in a natural manner by going to the source of the trouble and building up the bodily strength IeARDUI TAKE The- WomansTonsc I Mrs Grace Former of Man W Va took Cardui This is what she says about iteel was so weak and nervous I could not bear to have anyone near me I had fainting spells and I lost flesh every day The first dose of Cardui helped me Now I am entirely cured of the mfainting spells and I cannot say enough for Cardui for I know it saved my life It is the best tonic for women Do suffer from any of the pains peculiar to women Take CarduL It will help you Ask y6ur druggist Write to Ladles AdvlsoryDcpt Chattanooga Mcdidne Co Chattanooga Tenn for Special Instructions and 64page book Home Treatment for Women sent free J 50 t Z j x SOME LEFTt We still have some few articles in the list of bargains quoted last week left on our shelves We have made i these prices in order to attract others and thoes who tale advantage are the ones who will be benefited Ladies Lowcuts and pumps in paent leather vici dun Jmetal and velvet price cut onehalf 1VIens Shoes at prices never before offered by ths or any other store inMt Vernon AllOO Underweatgoes f6rr f 89c Mens 125 Hats for75c 50ctyd f g Korean Silk in s price 35c cut to J9c r irerlyJF sJk l CHAS B McKEZ1E J MT VERNON KY IW IPRI1 T 13 FADED fJO z l rMenscloliin 7 bran r nev piled iii stock will he c ea 10 make room for other goods r SU140N M C BElI They were inn nicely room on Mai street initiit Vet i mt TheY approached each othe a a ofIe lir bu hlig1 red as a cherry P e entlv they met and careless t Vie fact that dozens ot eyes were i watching them they kissed etch other The meting seemed to r bring them perfect peace but alas beenir man approached yith fire of battle in his eye U ith cool insolence he raised the stickhe carried ard then oh horror He struck a sharp quick blow and the pale o e was sent spinning several feet away The othei never screamed nor fainted There vas no heart breaking no resentment nor e en a murmur Pool bals are used that sort ot a thing 1 Rememher W M Bullocks list of land for sale Get in allieadof monerlTrackSouth of Mt Vernon within one mile of the ne v pike that is now being constructed Remember this is the coal landtTrack No 2 144 adjoining above tract Track No 3 244 and to6 ad ditional 6 miles from Mt Vernon The Hansford stand will sell put or all of this track Track NO4 250 acres 8 miles from Mt Vernon near Level GreeII Track No 5 iio acres 1also have two complete stores for sale W M BULLOCKI nn tutnnnnnHHtntnnttn tntHtnn1ntnHntnnnnntnt unn tntnnHnnnHt1Hnnlntnn I GOI NG SOME I 12B FURNITuRE MAN VERNON KY e 11UU1U1Ul BOSWORTI THE FRIEND AND SUPPORTER OF THE UQUOR INTERESTS Read His Wbicksy Record and His Votes Thereon as Dawn by the Senate Journal of the 1910 Legislature of Kentucky illS EFFORTS DEFEATED THE COUNTY UNIT BILL If He Is ReElected the Temperance People May Expect the Same Treatment at His Hands Dr J Harry Hendren p i ANNOUNCEMENTvL I desire to announce myself as an Independent candidate for State Senator in the Seventeenth Senatorial District composed of the counties of Bell Knox Laurel Jackson Pulaski Rockcastle and Whitley subject to the action of the voters at the regular election November 1911 In making this announcement I feel it due to the people of this district to say that I am not a politician and I will not ask you to elect me to the Senate without knowing some of the things for which I tang I favor the enactment of all good wholesome laws which will make our Staff better Kentucky Home laws which will checkCrIme and which are almost void so long as wehave intoxicating liquorssold in our counties where fourfifths of the people are opposed to the sale jndiirectly is in 96 per cent of the cases responsiblefor the crimes committed in thecpunties of the district r feel that it is time that the people shduld take the matter irThand and send men to the Legislature and Senate who favor the enactment of laws governing the sale of liqupMruthe State otKentucky I favoralawon this ageandconcludedo hr ieJ1 i ftti Guess its going some to have reputation of selling the BES- TFurniture I RuqsI Carpets I= and House Furnishings in thjs section of Ken tucky Thats what they all say atd I am proud to state I can prove it Ill take pleasure in showing you the NEWEST thats NEW McKBIHZlB THE MT 3 H1Ul1UU1UUU1U1UUHU1UUHUU1Ul1U1UU1U1U1UUUUUU11UUUHUUUUUlUUU high subject 1t s1tttt1tt1tt11111tt1t1111tttttt1tt1 tttt1ttt1t1tt1t11tt1tt1t11ttt w w WE HAVE I ACOU1TSw== == As small as a dollar as large as thousands 3of dollars Andno matter how large an account niayv be E we realize that it is made up of a certain num Mw E ber ot single dollars E This fact ought to encourage those who earn mod =erate incomes = E It ought to induce them to do something toward k accumnlating a worthwhile provision for the fu = ture bankw 3 Eanaccount in which the owner is REALLY IN TERESTED is an investment hard to beat == Yours truly I PEOPLES BANK 1 = PHONE 46 g- iiUUilUtUUUUUiUiiUiUUnti UUUtUUiUUUUiUUUUiiU n1tn nnninnn intn nnn nnn MA Horns Institution II is a home institution Our loans are made righthereat home to our good farmers and business men It is a home institution J S for our home people We will pay you good interest on your idle g ffll funds Make a deposit and then pay your bills with your personal TT check It is very simple convenient and safe Call and we gladly ex alwaysEwill be returned to you is incontestible proof of the payment of the bill =ml Yonr money is safe deposited in this bank to your credit If you carM ry it in your pocket or leave it at home it may be lost or stolen =Come in and let us talk these matters over with you in ITHE BANK OF MT VERNON 1 INCORPORATED E2 w MT VERNON KENTUCKY I fi 111111 1S111111 11111 5 111 i 111111 = 11111J tSllfflmerii our house to get ready for Fall Trade Fall goods are X w coming in every day andwe want to make looin for W them Come in and look through our stock OfgOOdSWe 1 i can please You aii price and quality 4 i L L SANDERS j Crab Orchard Ky 3c3 3 3 i f FI rT MTVERN N SIGNAL I MT VERNoN1KY Sept22iii Call up No 79 wtaen you wail ttoCozxlmttnI cate with SIGNAL 7 l 4 R R Co TIME TABLE 22 north 453 p m 24 north 352 a m 23 south i 1138 am 21 South 1219 am JAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postoffice- as secondclass nail matter PERSONAL Paris Sowderwasinjellico- Saturdy Tenn George Cappsis clerking for Noe and HiattConductor J T Gentry was with his parents here a few days this week Shirley Tate will leave October 1st to enter the Louisville school of pharmacy Judge and Mrs J B Lair of Rose Hill spent yesterday with Mr and Mrs 1 Fish Cashier AM Hiatt and Walter Robins were here from Brodhead Wednesday en business Edgar Mullins has quit the road for Zinsmeister and will sell scales for the Stimpson Co Mrs Hendrickson has opened a millinery store in the room recent ly occupied as a barbershop Wade Ballard who is a Motorman in Covington was with his mother near Robinet last week T D Mullins and son Meudell have returned from a trip through the Eastern section ot the Snate Miss Mat Williams has returned from a visit to Somerstt and Mrs Fanny Adams from Middlesboro H Clay Thompson of the Wal nut Grove section was in Berea Monday and Tuesday on business Frank Miller who is now on the toad for one of Indianapolis biggest wholesale houses was here Wednesday Johnny Bullock and Miss Daisy McKinney of the Hansford section eloped to Jellico Saturday night and were married Mr and Mrs J Thomas Proctor and Miss Bessie McFerron spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr and Mrs Ben Martin at Rowland- H H Beaty has purchased the Roller Mills at Science Hill and will locate there instead of Mt Vernon which we very muchre gret W R Scott the Danville archi tect came out Tuesday accompan ied by plumbers IQoking after the work on Langdon Dormitory ad dition Mrs Frank Catrbn was in Louisville last week to have atlnoids and tonsils removed from her little daughter Bertie She is doing niceley Mr Thomas Evans of St Jo seph Mo an uncle of Mrs Anna Miller and her sister Mrs J T 5 Johnstone of Pittsburg Penn are with Mrs Miller this week Mr and Mrs Fred Clothier of Lexington are the guests of Mr and Mrs C C Davis Mrs Clothier was Miss Lina Kennedy and once lived here before her marriage Logan R Hugher of Stanford and his brother L Warren Hughes who is Traveling Passanger Agent for the L N with headquarters at Memphis were withF L Thompson andfamily Sunday Mr and Mrs U G Baker E B Thompson Hugh Mit and Floyd Miller ss Daily Judge L W Betburum Dr A G Lov ell Dr D It Southard T J Nicelev and H J Mullins were tuose who went up to London Monday to hear Judge ORear speakM B Salin has resigned as cashier of the Peoples Bank and will leave October 1st for Stan ford to accept the Cashiership of the State Bank Trust Co at that place It is with a source of regret that the people of Mt Vernon give Mr pnd Mrs Salin up for during their stay in our town have made many warm frends Stanford people are cer tainly fortunate to have sue- estimab1peppelQcaWi9i i them J I John Lair has returned from a fishing trip near Livingsten John Prewitt the big Lumberman from Hazel atch was here yester day John Flinch m of this office will spend Sunday with his mother at LondonMr and Mrs Willis McKenzie will go to house keeping at Crab Orchard soon Mack Brown a mighty good citi zen of the Big Glades section was in town Tuesday Mr and Mrs E B Cox are preparing to move jto the rooms over Cox Bros store for the winter Mrs James OMara and little grandson Tom Echoff of Besse mere Ala are with Mrs Mollie Miller Chas P Reynolds and John W Mullins were up from Livingston Monday evenirg to attend Masonic Lodge The Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor meets next Sunday at the Courf House at 630 YOUIareLOCAL Sutton McBee have purchased the store room of R B Mullins which they now occupy Con sideration 1200 ix persons can now talk over two pairs of wires at the same time that eight telegraph operators send eight telegrams over the same wires FOR SALRTen acres of land adjoining Z Emerick and James SpoonamoreMRS MARY CARTER Sept 223t Mt Vernon Ky FOR lSALEcA good folding bed a side boa d snd several other nice pieces of furniture M B SALIN Mt Vernon Ky I have just returned from the city with a new and uptodate line of millinery Will have my open ing Saturday Sept 23rd Come audexamine my goods MRS ANNIE HENDRICKSON If you are hard to please when it comes to clothes step into Fishs Clothing Store and let them show you the new Fall and Winter styles You will find exactly what you want and they are all guaranteed to wear to your satisfaction The Kindergarten opened Mona day with Miss Maxwell again in charge Those who pationized the Kindergarten lasyear were more than pleased with the result and we certainly hope to see all little folks given the advantage WANTEDAgents either men or women to sell Florida lands in Rockcastle and adjoining counties on the easy payment plan Experience not necessary Good proposition SOMERSET REAL ESTATE AGENCY Sept 8 41 SOMERSET K- In our last weeks issue we failed to mention the marriage of Miss Gracy Taylor dud August Kreuger They were married on the yth just at the home of the bride wit 1 only few friends present Rev Geo S Watson said the word hat made them one These splendid young people have our best wisher HC Gentry advises us that Mt Vernon and Rockcastle county were named b William Henderson the grandfather of the late David and William Henderson Climax was named by U G Baker There appears in ppst office directory the name of Billows this county This isnew to us Can anyone tell us its location Cary Bell Cc Ky Sept i8th 1911 ED ITOR MT VERNON SIGNAL Mt Vernon Ky Dear Sir In the last issue of your paper you made a statement that I had treated quite a number of patients with peliegrawith 90 per cent recoveries This is very misleading to the average reader and I think should be corrected One peculiarity of the disease is that in the Fall of the year all of the symptoms become better and the patient remains practicilly well throughput the winter What I stated or petImedicalIscience recognizes no cure lor this trouble and while I have treated quite a number of cases I do not claim to have cured a single one Yours very truly JciIHARRY H1UibRot Fish is almost giving away low cut shoes Anyone interested in second hand furniture will call at Miller house 98tf W M Bullock sold one pair of mules to H H Bradley for 240 andone mule to Joe Norton for 8130 U G Baker has all his goods moved to the Adams building where he is showing a large stock of goods and qbigassortment BUSTER BROWN BlueRibbon Shoes for Boys ana for Girls with high tops and high heels at SUTTON McBEEs We are now showing an immense line of SELBY SHOES for women SHELBY SHOES are alwas the same in quality yet always differ ent in styles See our line of high top button shoes sUTTON McBEE FOR SuEAt a very lew price a desirable and well located resi dence in the town of Livingston ror further information address J EVOOPALI4London or J S CALOWAY Livingston Ky Septis 3t ATTENTION DEMOCRATS Hon W J Price will address the voters of Rockcastle ciuntv in the Conrt House Mt Vernon at one oclock Monday September 2Sth 1911 in the interest of the Democratic ticket Come out and hear him J W BROWN Char Dem Campaign Com Fine Potatoes The finest po tatoes seen that were grown in Boyle county were sent to the Ad vocate office ths morning by Mr F M Hunt They are as large as those shipped in from Michigan and no doubt better Mr Hunt was asked his process of raising this excellent article and he stated that he planted them only about two inches under the ground and then covered them over with straw His great success ought to lead others to follow his good example We have some of them on display at this office Call and see them Danville Advoca- teINSTITUTEThe farmers of Rockcastle hold their annual meeting in Mt Vernon on October i4th and i4th for the discussion of those things which will build upthe farms nd benefit the farmer Special representative of the State Agri cultural Department will be here and give instructive lectures on important subjects relating to scienti fic farming Every farmer in Rockcastle should attend and noth ing should interfere with their be ing here on those two days The business and professional men of Mt Vernon should also take an in terest in this meeting that a large attendance mightbesecured By numerous pistol shots almost nightly in town it appears that the lawless element are taking advantage of the urfortunate situ ation the town board has been placed in by injunction proceedings instituted against them some months ago relative to an occupa tion tax which they leviedf Their efforts to get a trial in two past Circuit Courts having failed seems to have led some to believe they can do unlawful acts with impunity Only at night however except in one instance has any shooting been done and then it is usually done on OurIlaw abiding citizens should frown down such work and see that the laws are enforced and give their moral support to any movin that direction We carry in this weeks issue tbeannouncement of Dr J Harry Hendren as an in lependent candi date for State Senator of this dis trict Mr Hendren was born in Madison County Ky and is 38 years old He graduated at old Center University in 1894 gradu al ddt State A M College in 1897 and spent one year 1898 b t1eUnited States Geological Survey one year 1899 on the Pacific coast He is also a graduate from the Hospital College of Medicine Louisville andisa member of Ashland Lodge No 640 F A M Mt Vernon K member of Board of Control Pythian Home Lexington Ky member of the ofI348 Blanche Kyand has lived in Bell count for the last yix years Dr Hendren isa citizen exemplifiesit I Ti 1II ItJf I I I I III III III I II IIBring Your Boys Mere I 1Train up a child in the way he should go andwhen E he is old he will notdepart from ittt WetvegIquarterofa century We are still at it Their parents suchrilltheyII11If YOU have never started with YOUR children we 00 invite you to DO IT NOW for Fall clothes Ask to see our theillitllEIT TESS and TED School Shoes In all the correct shapes E and leathers for this ourjr These shoes are fampua L throughout this section appearilll E YOURII 111111 111ill 11J in you come to Mt SPOT IN MT A U = lU1U lUU1 Continued from 4th page The 25tli Rule adopted by the at the instance of Conn in were referred Among the members of that committee was Mr Joe F The number of bills which were intro Can the voters of the Senatorial District to his we answer NO Hendren who is an candi and thereby rid the district of whiskey is foi ninety per cent of the committed in offered and adopted Dr J Harry Hendren of this county has an AND Dr Hendrens record both in private and is a tool of the Liquor and is thereby an to the good women and the cause of this Senatorial District AND It is a well fact that at the meeting the saloons there be it resolved first that act and deeds do not in our estimation make him a fit of the good of this district that we commend Dr Hen dren to the people of party of this will vote for the County Unit Bill first last and all the time third that we ask both the Democrats and people ance fifth that a copy of these resolutions be printed in all the this Senatorial District MRS J H SHY President MRS T R WARE Vice President MRS SARAH E Cor MRS ALICE FUSON r MRS SARAH T A nps Diarrhoea is always more or less prevalent during September Be prepared for it Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea and is pleasant to take For sale by Chas C Davis Go to Sutton McBees for Ladies fine tailored sujts The latest styles ft ii Furnishings SWEATER COATStin all Colors and 25c up RAIN COATS that shed water all sizes HATS AND CAPS OF ALL KINDS When Vernon LOOK FOR THE SIGN OF THE FISH THE BRIGHT VERNON I111111 1111U 1111U1111U 111111 IDR HENDRENS ANNOUNCEMENT Senate andMiningKentucky Bosworth sleepbySeventeenth afford theCountyandtsopposedpamAgain Independent Republican forhjmwhich responsible crimes Southeastern Kentucky heldinunanimously WHEREAS StateSenateJacksonWHEREAS rightANDRingof Kentucky enemy Temperance WHEREAS known byhisthebillMiddlesboroNOW THEREFORE Bosworths representative people second decent lawabiding irrespective StatSeiiateandearnestly Republicans thisdistrictUnionsinpapers throughout MOSS Secy AUSTINtJRICK Chamberlains fftduQ1It frornzooou Boys Combinations Wo collect notessand accountses and look after claims any where m the United states and make no charges unless we collect MAYS COLLECTION AGEGCY Sept 8 4t SOMERSET Ky OASTO R1A Charles McDowell says an ol Ii man in Casey county advised him to have nothing to do with politics The Casey COUlty man said to Mr McDowellHI have been in poli tics for forty four years and all I have got to show for it is a few cold friends and a lot of blamed hot enemies FOR SALEA frrm of 40 acres located in Rockcastle Co Ky one mile east of Level Green near school and churce three room house onehalf under cultivation balance timber The right place for a man with small For further particulars and terms call on or addressMT VERNON SIGNAL Mt Vernon Ky SepJi53t Richard Moore and Jesse French prominent farmers ot the Rock castle River section were in town yesterdayIf want a swell up to now hat call onMRS CLEO W BROWN buys a box of 4 pis Wunder hose for men women and children guaranteed to wear 4 months without mending at Fishs At the Presbyterian Church Sunday night The Young Man and Drink will be the subject of the sermon This is the third num ber in the series of talks dealing with A Young Mans Problems and the subject will be treated from a young mans standpoint Owing to the Evangelistic meetings being carried on at the Baptist Church the Presbyterian will unite with the Baptist in their morning service Miss Mattie Joplin of Hamilton Ohio and Mr John Redmond of Winchester were married in Cincinnati on Sept 9th They will make their home near WinchesterI where the groom farm The indications are that Mt Vernon will have some big build big before many weeks have passed The burned district is the site and the proposed building will cover the entire space It is only speculation at present but we omethingdefiniteinaterialbe Ii Wunderhose 3FOR Boys and are made to stand hard mf Vwear They are the best wearing hose mon3 in tey can buyip I four pair- sWUNDERHOSE W and we give you new WUNDERHOSE for every E 5 pair that wears out in m 4 months 3 TRY BOXiUHU U1Ul CryFOR family Girlsg For bowel complaints in children always give Chamberlains Colic Cholera and diarrhoea Rein edy and castor oil It is certain to effect a cure and when reduced with water and sweetened is pleas ant to take No physician can prescribe a a better remedy The series of meetings being conducted at the Baptist churck are progressing nicely with six additions so far The meeting 1rlikely continue through next week You dout want to buy you i Ji hat until you see Mrs Cleo Browns Then you want to make your selection at once Hats Hats Hats Dont forget Mrs Cleo W Browns display of beautiful hats on Saturday Sept 3flh Dr W F Carter was up from Brodhead Sunday BIRTHS t To the wife ot Ed Gray on the 16th a girl To Mr and Mrs Jas R Taylor of the Quail section a fine boy and to the wife of John Hilton a boy baby premature The Delineator will advance from a 100 magazine to 150 on Sept soth You may renew or subscribe for one or mor years at Io per year by mailing your order now totJ P E DRUMMOND Livingston Ky j Dont forget the time and place Saturday Sept 3oth MRS CLEO W BROWN s OPENING r- On Saturday Sept 30th I have on display a beautiful line of Pattern Hats You are invited to see these hats and I feel sure you will buy MRS CLEO W BROWN There was a meeting ot the di rectors of the Peoples Bank yes terday to recieve the resignation of M B Salin who goes to Stanford as cashier of the State Bank Trust Co The question of z cashier was considered andIalthough there were several ap plications no one was selected but for the present U G Baker wilj perform the duties of cashier until the board of directors can have vd more time to consider the election l of cashier Jt ti 1 PI w I n I jt t q ifffJ fliJ 1r 1 = J 2i t 3 z i Kt Wr = r j DR HESDRENS ANNOUNCEMENT Continued from 2nd page S oPPorttmituchto say tsv their ballGtS whether liquor shall be sold in their county adoptionofa law known as The County Unit Bill I also favor the enactment of a law giving State aid in thecon struction arid building of Good Roads in this State I am in favor of any legislation leading to better educational advantages and will vote for any measure looking to that end Iam in favor of and will vote fora direct election of United States Senators by thepeople I am in favor of a square deal for the laboring man andwill vote for any measure to betterhis conditions lam in favor orf afdirect Primary Election law to nominate can didate for State District and County offices payable out of public funds under iq proper prescribed penalties regulating same thereby makm jt i td qualifications the standard of candidates in s ofpfcandidat Ihe1 various offices in the hands of the people instead of party riach1nery On this tatform I respectfully solicit your active support and influence in irfehaif J HARRY HENDREN f L ANNOUNCES FOR STATE SENATOR I J H Hehdreh Announces As Independent Popular 1Di Man and Member of Fraternal Orders We carry in this weeks issue the announcement of Dr J Harry Hendren as an Ind candidate for State Senator of this dis istract38 years old He graduated at old University m grad uated at State A M College in 1897 sPent one ycar 1898in the United States Geological Surrey one year 1899 on the Pacific coast He is also a graduate from the Hospital College of Medicine Louisville and is a member of Ashland Lodge No 640 F and A M Mt Vernon Ky member of Mountain Lodge No 189 Kof P Blanche Ky member of Board of Control Pythian Home Lexing ton member of State Medical Society member of 1 O O F Big Hill Lodge No 348 Blanche Ky and has lived in Bell county for the last six years Dr Hendren is a citizen of the highest type andexemplifies it in his everyday life Thousandsticks On page 11 January 4thafter the election of Pages of the Sen ate Lieut Gov Cox President of the Senate vacated the Chair whereupon Oed H Peters Chief Clerk of the Senate took the Chair and announced that nominations were in order for President pro tern of the Senate Mr Thos A Combs nominated Conn Linn as a suit able person to fill this office They took the vote and he received 26 votes in the Senate whereupon the Chief Clerk declared Mr Linn duly elected President pro tern of the present session who took the oath as required by the Constitution of the Commonwealth On page 12 on the same day Gus Brown proposed the following resolution Be It Resolved by the Senate of Kentucky that the Chairman of the Senate Democratic Caucus and the President pro tern of the Senate are hereby authorized and directed to select and appoint a Committee on Rules of which they shall be members They shall afeo prepare and adopt a set of rules under which the Senate shall operate and do business until the next succeeding regular election of the Senate in 1912 They are further authorized and directed to appoint such committees as the rules may provide for which standing committees shall continue until the next regular ses sit of the Senate in 1912 On January iith page 92 of the State Journal Mr Combs of tht Committee on Rules presented report entitled Rules of the Senate Frankfort Kentucky January loth 1910 By this report the rules of theSenate are fixed by which the Senate is to be gov erned in the transaction of business and they fix the power of the Lieut Governor the presiding officer of the Senate and take from the presiding officer of the Senate the power to appoint all standing committees Rule 14 is as follows The following standing committees each to be composed of five or more Senators shall be appointed by the Committee on Rules theIa pliance with a resolution introduced by the Committee on Rules Rule 50 of the said rules reads as follows towit No bill shall be put upon its final passage until it has been printed for the use of members has had two readings and has been reported to the Senate with either a favorable or unfavorable recom mendation Irom the committee which had it under consideration anytimepose the same to the Senate for consideration and should the Senate decide by a vote to consider it it shall be immediately put upon its passage The Rules Committee is further authorized and shall have the right at any time to call from the other committee or committees any bill or resolution in their hands and have the same advanced to the leading to which the sane may be entitled Any report or expression of opinion from the Committee on Rules on any such bill resolution or measure may be and shall be in lieu of the report of any committee having had under consideration any such bill resolution or measure Whenever a committee fails or refuses to return a bill as hereinllefore set out or fails or refuses for an unreasonable time to report same to Senate it may be called up by any Senator and shall be considered in the same manner at is would have peen con allbillspostponedOn January iith page 117 when Mr Linn President pro tem of the Senate made the famous report in which the power of the presiding officer of the senate was taken from the hands of the Lieu tenant Governor and placed in the hands of the Committee on Rules thftr followingMr defer action on the report thattheputTheaffirm ative And the yeas and nays being ordered thereon by Messrs Linn and Wyatt were as follows Those who voted in the affirmative MlJeBertram E Grlgsby B C Taylor G A 111BrownBurnam AR Oliver A J Vice John L DowlingWThose who voted inthe negative were MarkBosworthTHChipmanThe question was then taken upon the adoption of the substi yeasandnaysbeingordThose voting in thaffirmatiye were Arnett BV Graham J C Smith J T Bertram Ex Grigsby B C Taylor G A j Brown Gus Hogg a E Thomas Claude M Brown R B Jarvis GT Ticherior Dr B F Cureton Nafc C PrftchardJ T Watkins J JEaton w Salmon RB Wyatt G T 21 to riThps vogtinsintlie negative were r Armett IXAVY 3 i Chipman N BNagleChas W Beard P Ji JL tCbrab8Thos A Newcbmb H D Bosworth Joe i r Dowling W E Ryan Mark Giittitt J AT i V LtnfiC6nn Taylor Etbi 12 fct 1 i V 4 J b fIA71Mr Vyuu mtv ki ttir ftIQ I thijrijGi rt sr n xw On motion of MH ordered that the Seriztfi Uk l at c666 for ten minutes The and ordered thereon by Mr Cureton and Mr Walking Were as follows wereiArnett B M nibs Thos ARyan Mark Arnett L W Dowling W E Salmon R M Beard P J Hogg E E Taylor E M Bosworth Joe F Linn Conn Ticheno Dr B F Catlett J R Nagle Chas W Wyatt G T 17 Chipman N B Those who voted in the negative were E Graham J C Smith J T Drown Gus Grigsby B C Taylor G A Brown It ii Jarvis GJ Thomas Claude M Burnam A R Oliver A J Vice John L Cureton Nat C Pritchard J T Watkins J J 16 Eaton W V The Republican party in its platform in which Governor Will son was a candidate declared in favor of the County Unit Bill This record of the Senate shows that on January 4th 1910 in his message to the House of Representative page 46 of the State Journal he recommended the passage of the County Unit Bill On page 58 of the Senate Journal January 5th Senator Vice introduced Senate Bill No i An Act to amend Chapter 21 of the Acts of 1906 entitled An Act to amend Section 2560 of the Kentucky KenIvote against the advancement and passage of Senate Bill No i while Mr Smith if present would have voted for it if it had come before the Senate Senate Bill No i was introduced to regulate the whiskey traffic ir Kentucky and with a view to carrying out the recommendation of Governor Willson for the extension of the County Unit Bill as an amendment for the extension of the County Unit Bill as an amend riuat to Section 2560 of the Kentucky Statutes The record shows page 140 of the Senate Journal that Conn Linn Thos A Combs andJoeRCatletttheCommitteeOn page 221 of said Journal is Senate Bill No i which is an Act amendSectionIntoxicatingobjectedcommittee and appealed from such action on the part of the Presi tent to the Senate Signed CLAUDE M THOMAS JOHN L VICE J J WATKINS theChairside over the Senate pending the appeal Mr Combs moved the previous question and it was so ordered And the Chief Clerk put the vote and the vote was taken thereon and the decision of the Amongtheand refer said bill to said committee of which he was himself mem her and voting in the ffirmative was Senator Joe F Bosworth see pages 212 222 and 223 of the Senate Journal citiesfication of certain cities and towns in this state beingAnLiquors Intoxicating On page 394 it is shown that the following pairs were announced MY Bosworth with Mr Hilliard Smith Mr l b worth if present would vote against the advancement of Senate Bill No 44 while Mr Smith would have voted for it On page 397 Senate Bill No 44 An Act to amend Chapter 21 of the Acts of 1906 entitled An Act to amend Section 2560 of the Ken tacky Statutes entitled Liquors Intoxicating On page 398 the resident of the Senate Lieut Gov Cox referred this bill when in troiu d to the Committee on Kentucky Statutes Mr Dowling exceptedto the action of the President in referring said bill to the 44Iruled that Mr Dowlingwas out of order Mr Dowling gave notice of airiSaid 44toSenate Bill No i which was referred bythe Senate to the Committee on Religion and Morals therefore we the undersigned hereby appeal from the decision of the Chair Signed WILLIAM E DOWLING N B CHIPMAN On page 723 Senate Bill NO1 An Act to amend Section 2560 of the Kentucky Statutes a bill relating to Intoxicating Liquors same was reported without expression of opinion Under the rules heretofore adopted by Conn Linn Chairman and Thos A Combs and recommended by them further action on said bill was indefinite ly postponed On page 724 February 12th Mr Thomas moved that Senate questionbeingand nays being demanded by Messrs Linn and Combs were found to stand 14 in the affirmative and 16 in the negative Mr Bosworth voting to keep said Senate Bill No i from being advanced to the orders of the day On motion of Mr Combs the session of the Sen ate on February the 27th was extended indefinitely Asserting his Constitutional rights in which he was sustained by the President of the Senate on the same day Lieut Gov Cox sustained him Mr Thomas called Senate Bill No 44 out of the hands of the Committee on Religion and Morals to which said bill had been referred The President ruled that said bill should be placed upon the orders of the day Mr Combs and Mr Hogg gave notice of an appeal from the decision of the Chair In accordance with the rules of the Senate the said appeal was reduced to writing and then read by the Clerk and was as follows The Chair having decided that Senate Bill No 44 had been in the hands of the Committee on Religion and Morals an unreasonable length of time with no report thereon and having held that the Sen ator from Bourbon county could call said bill from the hands of said o jnmittee fund that said bill is now in the orders of the day the undersigned prosecute an appeal from the decision of the Chair therein 5 USigned THOS A COMBS EE HOGG andMrthe Senate pending the appeal The proposition was put Shall the beingtakendemanded thereon stood as follows P J Beard and fifteen others making sixteen votes to sustain the Republican Lieutenant Governor Those voting on the negative side of the question were eighteen in number of which L W Arnett was first and Joe F Bosworth second On page 783 Mr Dowling IYIpostMjiflfeon jijuSenateBillprop0and nays being required thereon by Messrs Combs and Eaton M Amett and II others votedin the affirmative Thoe voting in tiff negative were Mrr Joe F Bosworth and 14 others 14fiADowltng tir S lib v H7iliJf 411 J 1 beUKclom I1Qd lli Mf tin P ma aid Ml 1D9W hiJjt e a9 kilo iQI indTiffBothers MF Linh moved to reconsider the vote by which the Senate had adopted said motion Mr Linn moved to lay said motion on the table fid the question being taken thereon it was decided in the affirmative The yeas and nays being demanded by Messrs Linn and Thomas were as follows Those voting in the affirmative were Mr Joe F Bosworth and fifteen others those voting in the negative were Mr Arnett and eleven others Mr Bosworth while elected as a Republican voting against the County Unit plank in the Republican platform and though claiming to be a Republican he was voting all the while in the interests of the whiskey people On page 139 January the 12th Mr Conn Linn of the Commit tee on Standing Committees made the following report UVc the undersigned in obedience to a resolution heretofore adopted by your Honorable Code authorizing and emppwering us to appoint the Standing Committees for the present sesSion the Senate would most respectfully report that we have to the best of followingStanding 41HPConnThos A Combs Herman D Newcomb Mark Ryan Joe P Boswortb L W Arnett tlBBBOn Religion and Morals Thos A Combs Chairman J F Bosworth ChipmanRNagleCMiningRArnettiiDowlingJOn page 942 February 28th there appears the following followingamendment thedayyourCommitteeresolutions for passage We your Committee on Rules hereby recommend that the safeRulesfOIfinalNothing in this rule shall be construed as an abridgement or curtailment oPany Senate Rule now in effect Signed THOS A COMBS MARK RYAN G T WYATT L W ARNETT JOE F BOSWORTH orderstheCommitteeOn page 1023 Senate Bill No 337 An Act to amend Chapter 25oftheIOn page 1163 after this famous Committee on Religion and ConnLinrBIllNothisCommonwealtlito Joers apPlylUIdera number of cities and towns none of which had the population required by Section 126 of the Constitution of Kentucky which pro pppulatiol1fourthclass thefourthrequired number of population By this bill the cities reclassified were removed from the effect of the County Unit Bill and under a recently decided case in Pulaski County the case of Griffith V Pow transferredIonlyj73oSonly89when i temperancepeople furtherIlOYALBAKING POWDERAbsolutely Pure The only Baking Powder made from Royal Crape Cream of Tartar NO ALUM NO LIME PHOSPHATE Se CDC 3L3SP3j- AALLUTDOORS A INVITES YQUR It 1sssi e 00w to 6500 ASKFOR CATALOG Kodak means progressive pleasure the pleasure oftak jug the pictures plus the greater pleasure of possessing X th- emCHASNfv a DAVIS I LEADING DRUGGIST 5 Phone 39 MT VERNON EYC t c- n r iiEJ5- 6 I m = 41 =fiQWS THIS We efier One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh CUte F J CHENNFY Co Toledo O- We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years aud believe him perfectly honor able in all business transactions and financially able to carry on any obligations made by his firm WALDING KINNAN MARVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure is tak n internally acting directly upon they plood and mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent tree Price 75c per bottle soldby all Druggists The Long Island suffers constantly from the stoning of its passenger trains by mischievous boys Lives of passengers have een repeatedly endangeredand ilty boys have been arrested within lie past twelve months but the evil is worse than ever The rail oad officials have asked the public chools oi Long Island to intro uce a course of instruction on the rights of private property Kepler said that there are probably more comets in the sky ban there are fishes in the sea and mother astronomer Sir G Airy lecjared that there was probably lore matter or substance in a ricket ball than there is in the largest comet The neouity or thinness of comets is enormous Their matter which is spread out nd made visible for millions of niles may be gathered in the palm ifone hand NO NEED TO STOP WORK When your doctor orders you to stop work it staggers you I cant you say You know you are weak rundown and failing in health day by day but you must work as long as you can tand What you need is Electric Jitters to give tone strength and igor to your system to prevent upDontwhen Electric Bitters will benefit ou from the first dos Thousands bless them for their glorious stealth and strength Try them Every bottle is guaranteed to satisfy Only Soc at Chas C Davis PNEUMONIA left me with a frightful cough aud very weak Ihad spells wheu I could hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 minutes My doctor could nothelp me but I was completely cured by KINGSNew Mrs J E Cox Joliet Ill SOc AND 100 AT ALL DRUGGISTS Chicagos vice commission sent 1000 copies of its report on existing conditions in that city to the post office addressed to public men throughout the country The books ware promptly seized by the postal authorities ot Chicago and heir transmission through the mails arrested on the ground that they were unfit ie too obscene for the mails The commission has appealed to the Postmaster Gen eral at Vashington for his dec is ion As usually treated a sprained antue wit disable a man for rhreeor four weeks but by ap plying Chamberlains Liniment freely as soon as the injury is received and observing the direct ons with each bottle a cure cane effected in from two to four days For sale by Chas C Lavis Wrightly or wrongly the lead ing aviation schools have up to the oresent steadfastly refused to teach women their art at any price But now comes Mrs Ralph John stons of Kansas City whose husband was killed at Denver while practicing the art and begs to be taught at the school on Long Island and licensed as a professional pilot There are now but two licensed female aviator in this county Miss Moisant and Miss Quimby FORCED HiO LEAVE HOME Every year a large number o Door suffers who e lungs are sored racked with cr ughs are urged to go to anoth i climate But dcis costly and n always sure flier sa better way Let ur Kings New Discovery cure ybt at home uIt cured tie of lung trouble writes W R Nelson of Calamine Ark when all els4 failed and I gained 47 pounds ir weight Its surely the king c = ail cough and lung cures Thous ands owe their lives and health to it Its positively guaranteed for Coughs CqUs LaGiippe Asthma Orcup =all Throat and Lung trouble 100 Trial bot tie free at Chas C Davit I