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I s Published Every Friday t rffliiiWt etQ iObi1 I VOLUME XXV MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY OCT li 1911 NUMBED 3 IVIOTORY AHEADFOR DEMOCRATS Campaign Chairman While Optim istic Over Outlook Cau lions Party to Be r Alert NEVER STOP FIGHTING l Chairman R H Van ant of the Democratic State Campaign Com mittee this afternocn gave out a statement of the progress of the campaign Irom the Democratic viewpoint Chairman Vansant sees the signs of a splendid victory in the registration throughout the State but warns Democrats to be ou the alert and never stop fight ing until the polls close on Novem ber 7The statement in full is as follows The Democratic campaign is just about half over Iud I deem it proper to render an accounting to the Democrats of the State at this time We are presenting to the people the strongestticket that was ever nominated in Kentucky It is riot only made up of able honest and true Democrats but it represents every section of the State The platform meets the wishes of the maority of the people and it is a sincere earnest expression of their views and when the Democrats win they will carry out its provisions A thoiough organization of the State has been made We have gone into the precincts and enlisted the support of the rank audfile and they have answered every call that has been made upon them In a wide experience Ibave never seen more enthusiasm among the Demo cratic voters they realize that not only the election of Governor and of the State officers are at stake but that a United States Senator ship is in the balance also Suc f s rjiaxKeritucky this year will vgive encouragement to the Demo crats ot other Stales in the great fight that will be made next year to elect a Democratic President aAl rlsea sssss eesssesl r r o r e e 1 ill 11 it f t 1t 1r The opening gun is to be fired in Kentucky and it must not give forth an uncertain sound do not want to be guiltv of vain boast ing but I can truthfully say to my fellow Democrats that the chance of success in this State is assured It there has ever been any factional feeling it no longer exists for the leadrs of everv wing of the party are working harmoniously together for succes With th s unselfish feeling spurring every man to earnest work the favorable results are shown everywhere The throughout the State shows Democratic gains and gives evidence of the great in terest that has been in this contest It is only necessary for the work to continue as it has be gun However it will not do for us to feel that we can rest idly and gain the victory The only way is to put new energy into our work so that the victory will be com pletely won There is an oppor tunity this year to make Ken tucky Democratic for all time and should take advantage of it Louisville COUNTY COURT Whereas on the 28th day of Aug IQII a petition was filed in the office cf the County Court Clerk of Rockcastle County signed by 20 legal qualified voters of the fifth magisterial districts of Rockcastle County asking a submission of the question whether cattle or any species thereof shall be permitted to run at large in said fifth magis terial district of said county It is now oidered by the court that a poll be opened at each of the precincts or places of voting said district at the general election to be held in said district on the jth day of ITovem ber I9I t for the purpose of ascertaining the will of the voters of said district upon the question whether or not cattle or any dt11runCopy Att S F BOWMAN C R C C Get 64t i Brosoeo eooeeoscoe-eee eeseaeeaee oeaosee esooeeesooooseeoeomeeseee efiILeSae-g AeA s i5 8I 50 90I 125U or 085 I BUYS A SUIT WORTH eA oe A sir I2 I5 s IffmA NO Ole ALL THE MODELS gii Blacks Browns Tans GraysAa es We have just the Price just the Styler lust the kind you wiIlwant when you see the line a Come today or tomorrow and let us show you tosaA BUSTER A BROWN e SHOES BoyseeAa A A ansr S iAitAAAilietiA e i i i t c I registration aroused we Times- ROCKCASTLE voting in magisterial o A Ladies Fine Suits We Have Cot Right In the middle of town with a big line of LADIES SUITS Skirts and Long Coats Throngs of women visited our opening and found it easy to make selection because we have all the latest styles and workmanship that can be had Come Today Y and Make Your Selection Prices 10 to30s SUTTON MeBEE Always the Best Fot Less iAA AiiAAAA Arl AlAAAAliiAAlillA rilllAiA iAA- IIssssssssessssasaasssssssssss eeae-eseSS SSSS SS e Seaefee e J s I Ml H 1 t n s MANY DOGS OVER 143588 DOGS IN THE StAT OF KENTUCKY The dog industry in Kentucky is holding its own The County Assessors report for 1911 a total of 143688 dogs and it is reasonably certain that a good many dogs were not at home when the assessors called Some of them were out kl1lingsheep Some were visiting on neighboring farms and some of them like Brer Rabbit were layin low and not sayin l1oth Includingtbe wild dogs which are discovered from time to time by the rural cor espondents there must be something like 200000 canines in Kentucky Most dogs are hungry three times a day aid then some It requires a big lot of bread and meat and fresh mutton to satisfy the ravenous apoetities of 200000 dogs It probably would not cost as much to feed 200000 sheep and the average sheep is worth a good deal more in the market than the average dog Spring lambs sell like hot cakes at 15 cents a pound and is likely to be good meat at that while spring pups of the ordinary brand are not worth i5 cents a dozen either dressed or on the hoof There are 1 19 counties in Ken tuckv and accepting the face of the returns there are more than 1000 dogs to the county There is a big economical waste in feeding that number of dogs to say nothing of paying taxes on them and the vast majority of them dp not earn their board and keep Many of them not only eat up their owners substance but on occasions eat up his neighbor or his neighbors property There are numerous products of which Kentucky needs more crops and bigger crops but Kentucky would be better ofiwith fewer dogs and smaller ones There are some industries which require boosting but the dog rais ing industry is doing well without r j fl llA lAAAAAIi N NIs see s n t any extraneous assistance In fact is flourishing and is pro gressing with a perseverance that would be worth millions to the State if were exerci edJnabetter Watt isbu in Cou rierJournal r Editor of SIGNAL It has been a longtime since I saw a piece in your paper from Hansford The little village is on a boom A protracted meet ing ccnducted by Bro Whelps has just closed at Pisgah with 14 ad ditions and there iJ one going on at Sand Springs conducted by Bro Clouse and Bill Owens is teaching asingirg school at the same place Salie Doan of Lincoln county is in this neck of the country buying cattleMr Editor J seen school ahd good road item in your lust weeks issue by Mr V I think ever body in this neck of the woods are in favor of the bond issue for pikes In answer to Mr Vs article I dont think that any teacher in Rockcastle county had to buy brooms fuel buckets and dipper for any school last year The county is taxed the limit for school purposes and vthe school board deeply in debt or improvement and school houses in the county If Mr Vis a going to kick because he had to buy a box of chalk we will ask the trustees and the school board to return him the amount expended either by donation special legislation or work with I of my own personal knowledge know that the best was heartily agree with Mr Vs sug gestions but dout accept his criticism in this particular case because we know the circum Now Dear Mr Editor if I see this in print will try to write your another item I have read the SIGNAL ever since its birth I was S E Y 1S H A We have the only Specialty Line of Ladies Shoes in this county Selby Shoes are not better than ordinary Shoes Prices 200 25O sssassosssssasss YI N II it it causeHenry I KyOct or cflmouey WeIstancesriI LB SHOES APh roForA IShoe the first one in Brown Precinct to vote for the bond issue to build pikes Inave been trustee and road surveyor for 20 years I have served on the county board of education one year and was road commissioner four years I have tried to do my duty in every par ticular I am for good roads and better schools and anything I can do to improve the conditions of either am ready and anxous to cia it Always striving fora greater Rockcastle I am- Yours verytruly It BULLOCK BRODHEAD Mrs Cleve Cable and little daughter Margaret of Marcellus are with Mrs L B Cable this weekMrs Maggie Tucker and children have returned home from a visit in Corbin Mrs Tucker is now quite illMr and Mrs Frank Sutton and childreu of Louisville have been the guests of Mrs Jim OwensBart Sams and John Mullins were down from Living ston last MondayMisses Etta Moore and Nannie McWhorter spent Saturday and Sunday in- BereaJ G Frith was in Pine Hill Wednesday Mr and Mrs F L Durham and son of Mt Vernon visited relativer here first of the week Ed Newland who has been working at Rich mond was at home first of the week Mr Ike Storms is in London Mrs Ellen Ma haffey is visiting relatives in Garrard county Egbert Wallen waS at home first of the week from Danville Miss Carrie Frith is visiting in Louisville John Benton was at home last week from St Marys AcademyStoke Helton sold Mrs Hettie Burton a farm fort IOQ Mrv and Mss Jr MillobeFlsand Heuiy Brooks are at home from Henderson Ky Bodle Thompson was in tow WednesdayLEYEL REEL The revival services which have been going on for two weeks at Friendshipcouductedby Rev L Clonse closed Sunday morning Those who have some wheat it this community will rejoice aftei the rain which has been coming it voluinns for twodaysLittle Mis Gladys Price who has been suffer lug from throat troubles is im proving Drs Price and Southard have been attending herEdc Brown left Sunday for Indiana After remaining there for a time will likely go to Nebraska when his brother U locatedGranville Hurst also went to the laud 0- 1HoosierNot only the olde but young people leave the count seeking a better farming corn raunity and realizing the indifference and careless methods used t make ours a better county bette roads schools and in not trying p make home life sociable and th community ingeueralwhat it should and very easily could be made As the flying machiag m Rhine is not the safest mode of traveling and the automobile nI made to pulverize lime stone rock the people shall have to wake ui to the necessity of good roads There is entirely t oo much energi spent on aircastles through the press and not enough on Rock castle over the roads O J Mullins rccently drcve bunch of cattle to Stanford market Uunt Marv Jane DeBord continues to suffer from rheumatism being at times unable to wall without aidWade H Mullin sold a horse recently for no J M Broyle recently purchase the Toni Wfcitis farm which ad joins that ofd rBroylegpric paid 150000 Miss Lottie Me Quary of Plato visited her aun Mr J N Brown at this plac first of the weekMrs Wm Spivey is visiting her father M B Jones on little S eggsWmF DeBord recently sold a suckiO mule for boooMr Wra Huns one of our most energetic farmer has the finest crop of tobacco no doubt in this county Those nib have seen grub say itis as goof- S that grown ia Lincoln county r i tn tJ h i 1887 Children Cry for Fletchers Wv x yy X aXVg CASTOR IAi beenin0 and has been made under his per r1o sonal supervision since its infancy thisAllofInfantsWhat is CASTORIACastofia is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare ItcontainsRiifcstance Its are is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhrea and Wind Constipationnnd v Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep TIle Childrens Panacea The Mothers FJlendhGENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS y Bears the Signature of qs The BoughtIn77 Ennn n fnn tntnnnntntntntntnnnnnnnnnntnn s1x1I VBRHDH DflSKET CD i to PRACTICAL 3UNDERTAKERS r2 FUNERAL DIRECTORS 2 AND 2- EMBALJIERS = itMt Vernor Kyr I COUCH METAL1 CASKETS 3 E Coffins and Robes = Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of = work for the company = ST Orders by wire promptly filled Hearse sent to all points 3 3EDili ulnlUl1UlUU1Ul1U1UiUH11U1UHUU1UlUUHUU1UlU1Ui C act lf ALL OUTDOORS INVITES ti r YOUR g KODAK i 200 500 1 ASK Q l FOR CATALOG IV Kodak means progressive pleasure the pleasure of tak ing the pictures plus the greater pleasure of possessing O them u I GHAS C DAVIS r1 LEADING DRUGGIST KYFAXl NOW ABOUT YOUR H 4 WATCH DOES IT KEEP CORRECT TIME ltF NOT WHY NOT jfn you are havingjiny such trouble aboutyour watchof clock- ust turn it over to ns and if it does not run all OKi1tWJ1 ostyou nothing We guarantee our work Give us atnalr t vVedQ all kind s of soldering and repair work A t IfeS Ui FRANK MOORE J 5 t pp 8 Q DAVIS DRUG STORE ijf y M Vm NQN tty t MTKERNQN SIGNAL FRIDAY Opt 13 1911 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR ioo ii Advertising rates made known on application k r MHMRRR OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION yv5TRtcr DEMOCRATIC TICKET v NFor United States Senator OLLIE M JAMES For Governor JAMES B McCREARY For LieutenantGovernor EDWARD J McDERMOTT For AttorneyGeneral JAMES GARNETT For Auditor HENRY BOSVVORTH r For Brnte Treasurer THOMAS G RHEA For secretary of State C F CRECEL1US ForSupt of Public Instruction BARKSDALE HAM LETT For Commissioner of Agriculture- J W NEWMAN jor Clerk of Court of Appeals ROBERT L GREENE THE PRIMARY MUST COME The editorial in the Louisville Times of Sept 28th strongly com mending the direct primary election law which the next legislature will enact in accordance witb the plankon that subject in the platform of each party is one of several articles that show how strong a fight that always influent ial Democratic paper is prepared to make for that righteous legisla tftion 4make5i leaLibatiis the will of the Democratic party and the partys mandate to the party authorities as well as to the le islature that all democratic nominations shall hereafter be by primary election in which every democratic voter shall have a vote and have that vote counted There is a strong current as evidenced by the increasing popu larity of the initiative and referen dum the enaction of Senators by popular vote and the universal directatl legislation back into the hands of the people Th Times in dealing with the subject now has doubtless heard of the rumored grave err r being P r made by spine aspirants lot next years nominations and by their friends in trying to arrange his far in advance for an evasion or defiance of the party will Ae refuse to believe that any of the talked of candidates tor office would this early be so bold or so suicidedly unwise as to attempt by a combination or conspiracy of any kind to frame up a nomi nition c nvention instead of the primary method to which thr party is pledged and by whici the party authorities are bound When the time for the next nom nations rails round each u e r democrat will want and demand the opportunity to vote lor tht man of his choice and every demo crat who wants to run for office will hive the opportunity of doing so without paying the expense o the primary but be should seek the nomination in the the party says it must be madeI Would any democrat seeking office dare were he a member of the next legislature to vote against the direct rimary election law for which the present patty pit t forth declare If not how can he now or later ask his county committeeman who is bound by the same platform to vote for a convention The honest disinter ested county committeeman with which the party is blessed will never vote to deprive their demo cratic neighbors ofa voice in these or other nominations and sould not be asked to do so ANNOUNCE FOR TOWN TRUSTEES Advertisement We the undersignedannounce ourselves as candidates for Trustees of the Town of Mt Vernon subject to the action of the voters of said town to be voted for at the regular November election 1911 and if elected we will stand for the fulfillment of the following platform We oppose the license tax or special privilege tax pn trades occupations and professions 2 We favor the reduction of all property tax consistent with the best interest of the town The owners of in the conIiJexpense which constitutes practically the only improvement made in the town for a number of ears We now favor that the streets be- niecadamized at the expense of the tlelgeneralvidual tax payers as the sidewalks were paid for also that crossings where needed beconstructedat the expense of the town 4 We are not opposed to the further construction of sidewalks but favor the extension ot same or the further construction thereof within the corporate limits oj the town when and where needed 5 We favor a monthly report made by the Collector of Taxes and the Treasurer of the Town showI tug the amount of toady collec 10 and the amount paid out and tor what pirpoe sane tire disbursed 6Wu will require that the collector of Taxes whether the lrShall or other person shall he re quired to give bond with appioved surety or the faithful perform nee of his duty as collector 6f tuxes We also favor and will reqnirii the Marshall to give bond as required 1y law tor the pi election of citizens gainst any wanton or willful sault inflicted on them by tht Marshall then attempting to maki in illegalarrest ie Javor the enforcement o1 tile ordinance which is intended prevent stock tram running at ltii upon the streets of said twn r within the corporate limits thereof 8 We favor n reasontle tax ho- be vending of soil chinks within the corporate limits of the town anda special tax against the sale of Malt Mead E B BROWN ROBT COX Jj LAWRENCE M J MIILHR R A WELCH ITS EQU A L DONT EXIS P None htS ever made a salve ointment or balm to compare with Hncklens Arnica Salve Its the fne perfect healer of Cuts Corns Utirhs Bruise Sores S aids oils Ulcers Exzema Salt Rhe um For Sore Eves Cold Sorts Clapped hands or Sprains its supreme Unrivaled for Piles Try itOnly 200 at Chas C Davis IFAR1EOR SArE25o acres situated in Boyle county nine miles South West oi Danville Kv A splendid larmlor corn oats or blue grass Lies on toIe BrigIperfectly good W T EVANS Oct 6 tf Brodhead Ky You are not experimenting on bertainsthat preparrtion has won its great reputation and extensive sale by its remarkable cures of colds and can always be depended upon It i equally valuable for adults 34jd chicFen andtawV begiven young chidreh with implicit con fidence as it contains no harm nl drug Sold by Chas C Davis Listen doht by mistaken and think that T iutend to have a public sale I am only advertising to sell privately and will not sell publicly Call any time you want ii buy and I will sell you just what YOU wart on easy terms Tract No i 138 acres 4 miles South of MtV Vein n vitbiil one mile of the new pike that is now being constructed Remember this is the coal land Tract No 2 144 adjoining above track Tract No 3 244 acres and 160 additional 6 miles from Mt Vei F I SOME J LEFT i We still have s01pe few articles in the list of bargains r Tg quoted last week left on our shelves We have made j5 these prices in order to attract others and thoes who take advantage are the ones who will be benefited W Ladies Lowcuts and pumps in paent leather t vicir Jtunc tf metaland velvet price cut onehalfI r- Mens Shoes at prices never before offered by ths prWany other store m Mt Vernon V All 100 Underwear for 89c fMensIJI rz FADED 1 Best calico at 4 J2c yd Ginghanis 5c to 1 Oc per yd M Korean Silk in white and lavendar sale price 35c cut to 19c Waistgoods 30c values go at J7c per yd Pure white linen at 19c per yard V We ire offering many other bargains not quote+inthis it list Come in and examine All sales at these prices strict lycash v Chas B McKenzie I I MT VERNON KY v 3 i xxx f 27iI I lwr iic 4u tordstead l11J JiTract Ni 4 250 tcfc i niles fro ni tVll Vyillon near Leal vv lreetilraot NCs rr ire nIl iiltithate rtwQ complete stores for safe iuclnit cojnulxA S rev Iniill with hand saw and grist rocks WMIluitOCKzHm fod Kv LIVE AID TO STRIKER rmet lines 1hr kidns n i i bowels seem fo o on a stiict nnl r fit e to wink tI jiu Tiuu you In ed those P lea lit lr sirisr breakers Dr Kinds Nw Life Pills to give th in n ttia aid nTH gently compel proper action Ec TryfFire desltored the Jiichrvond Va branch of tie 1errain si H restTiGo npatiyciusmg a lojb of 300000 A change of venue was grant d Dr R Clarke Hyde charged wth the murder of Col Thomas iL SOD AVERTS AAVRJL TRAGEDY Timely advice ivtMi Mrs C Willonghby of Murer or Vis R No i xgrevrnttd a dreadful 7 llrifhindconsuiup JQJI cough Iud enid do little to After iiMiiy remedies tkdhor nrnt urged her to take Dr Kings New Dis covert I have been using it a some time she wrote and thel awful ccugh has almost gone It i also saved my little 1whentaken with a severe bronchial trouble This tnachless medicine has no equal for threat and lung troubles Rricc SOl anrlloo hl11CI iai ftt1fttttTtf1ttTitTT1fttftlfttt1 tt ttttt1tt1tt114 1i tlittPtittiltltiilE1991i4llii4liiifttl11t1Ittlll r ioIrK SOMEI E MC KtjJ I I ui FURNITURE MAN MT VERNON KY 3 ltlftll4itli6l PROGRAM Ilie claehers Association of Educational Division No1 of Rrtckcastle Gouiity gill meet nu Mt Vernonbrraded School on Oct 14thtill the Teachers in the County are invited to attend thislmeeting and are urged to come and bring their patrons The Ladies of the Womans Club will serve lunch to the teachers at 1001Lut i ut ium Dormitory lrol1owingis the pmtWl tr1m it Battle HYmri of the Republic D QtSf t crcises conducted by Rev Geo SVatson 1045 ani Address The County High School T A Houston 1100 a iu ILThe Central County Library lAddress Miss Ida MayA tins Tlloa in 2 General Discussion llCOu ni Adjournment for Lunch 1SO YHI Music Miss Dodson 1 4Dmaeachers Relation to School Sanitation and Health f Personal Cleanliness Mrs Ada Fishback 10 minutesi 2 Water Stppilv and School Premises 10 minutes Miss Frances Forbes1 3 Contagious Diseases Mr Roy Rader mmutesl 20 minutes 280x MusicT v v Miss Sparks 2i40p m Good Roads and PubHc Schools iri their Relation to ft Each Other i t General Discussion led by E R Gentry 132jfu Child Labor in Rural Kentucky v FIShia v Closing Song Auld Lang Sync Vv y t Fortune Telling Does riot take into consideration the one essential to wom ans happinesswomanly health The woman who neglects her health is neglecting the very foundation of all good fortune For without health love loses its lustre and gold is but dross Womanly health when lost or impaired may generally be regained by the use of Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription This Prescription has for over WO years been curin delicate weak paioivrachcd women by the hundreds of thousands and this too in the privacy of their homes without their having to submit to indeli cste questionings and offensively repu narit examinations Sick women are invited toconultDr Pierce by lettefr DispensaryMedical5Da PIERCES GREAT FAMILY DOCTOR BOOK The Peoples Common Sense Medical Adviser newly revised uptodate edition 1000 pages answers in Alain English hosts of delicate questions which every woman single or married ought to know about Sent free in plain wrapper to any address on receipt 21 one ccat stamps to cover mailing only or in cloth binding fo31 ofj i1 +W NYIV VdWb V NVVM WV1MM Ism = tnnm1 t iLf OfiDBBTAKBB Our line of Couch Caskets H5 UIHandmade Hearse sent to all parts of 3 the County jijl t fn ArI orders by Wire III W1 AL A t PLohe 948 MT VERNON ICY IIf= cI Guess is going sortie to have reputation of 3 1 soling the BEST Furniture I Ruqs 1 Carpets 1 m and House Furnishings in this section of Ken tuckyThats what they all say ai d I am proud to state I can prove it Til take pleasure in 3Ililltl111Hfi661Z1btllItlidldlltlliilfliiilkltllitltil lildtllt1tlltililifliUiUiiiilltii PromptlyFilledf t1ttt1ftttttttttttttttttt ttfftttttttttttttttttt1t1ttttt IWE HAVE iA COUNTS I0roo c EAs small as a dollar as large as thousands g M of dollars i Andno matter how large an account may be 3 we realize that it is made upof a certain num 3E00 ber of single dollars = fSThis fact ought to encourage those who earn moderate =incomes = r It ought to induce them to do something toward 3accumulating a worthwhile provision for the fu 3- t ture gS EIWe maintain that a savings account at this bank = m1 an account in which the owner is REALLY IN =EE TERESTED is an investment hart to beat =o = Yours truly M PEOPLES BANK rPIIOTlJ 46 3 iUiUiUfiUUUUUiUlUltUUltUiUUllUUlUUUUiiUUUUUiiS nHn nnn nHH g itn tntn tnn1l mA Horn Institution I2 This bank is a home institution Our loans are made right hereat home to our good farmers and business men It is a home institution 1I for our home people We will pay you good interest on your idle = IIILwill be to you is proof of the payment of the bill =b Yonr money is safe deposited in this bank to your credit If you car =i ry it in your pocket or leave it at home it may be lost or Come in and let us talk these matters ovec with you stolenItY- I THE BANK OF NIT 3K INCORPORATED w MT VERNON KENTUCKY f11 J iUU1 U1Ul HUi E lh r UUr lU1U ji4 3Jcc 333C Our Motto i i More Goods for Less I Money fJ Now is tale time that everyone has to buy some Fall and Winter Good We have them Clothing CloakslI Gndei w eat Outing Cloth Dress Goods of all i kinds Coat Sweaters Blankets and Shoes fraU the family Come and let us make you some prices Will make you open your eyes rTTSANDERSt CRAB ORCHARD KY 3 f J I MT VERN N SIGNAL MT VERNON KY Oct 61911 79 Call up No 79vhenyou wan to Comm rate with SIGNAL 79 r touisvtLC a R Co TIME TABLE g qrthv 453 Pm fJ ffth u 352 a m r H onth 1138 a m jrf 1219 a m TAS LANDRUM Agent vions No 58 filtered nt the bit Vernon Ky Postoflic as secondclass mail matter 1EItS01AL- A J Haggard was UD from Brodhead Tuesday Herbert Kinnard was here from Stanford yesterday Mrs John Shepherd who has been so very sick is better Miss Mattie Butner has been very sick but is much bettor Lee Norton has about recovered from his severe attack ot fever Mr and MS W G McBee will move to the rooms over store Mrs Eberhart has moved to the old Albright property on West Main St J F Griffin and little daughter Lilian were iu Louisville first ot the week Miss Rose McCord left Monday for Baltimore and New York to be gone about two weeks Conn Brown was best man at the Cecil Krueger wedding yes terday at Dublin Va Miss Ida May Adams informs us that she will open her school for boys on next Monday Mrs F L Durham visited her parents Mr and Mrs J F Watson of Brodhead this week Miss Marion Oscamp of Brown Memorial faculty spent a portion of the week in Cincinnati Ohio fl Mr and Mrs Jones Proctor Conway have been with Mr and Mrs S B Ramsey most of the week Fred Mullins the efficient manager for Bartlett Griffin Co at Withers was here a few hours TuesdayR Sainms is representing the Cumberland Grocery Co Lebanon and will likely wave to Mt Ver non soon George Owens and Buck Cum mins were delegates to Louisville Odd Fellows grand lodge meetine this week Frank Sutton and family who have been making Louisville their home for some time have come to Mt Vernon to live Mr and Mrs J T Meadows and children spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr and Mrs John Meadows at Middlsboro A C Hiatt has moved from the Asher property to the house re cently purchased of W L Rich ards on West Main street Rev TD Mullins has been a very sick man for the past two weeks He had an abcess on the left side which required a slight operation to r move W H Cummins made atrip to Cairo Ills last week with a view to locating there He says his home place in Mt Vernon is tor sale I W M Owens the Burr mer chant was in Louisville several days accompanied by his wife who went to take treatment under a specialist F R Asher was in from Laurel county last week while here he sold his house and lot m West Mt Vernon to Frank Longmeyer of Tennessee who willmove here r rRobert Walter of Lancaster who came over last week to assist in getting out our issue proved the right man He did good work J and made a favorable impression Dr James F Pennington for merly of this place but more re cently of Blanche Bell county is taking some special work in the f Jefferson Medical College Phila delphiaS Franklin will represent j Ashland Lodge at the Grand Lodge 1of Kentucky Masons which meejts a in Louisville next week The Grand Chapter and Grand Coun- cili s meets at the same time and Mt Vernon Chapter and Council wilt be represented by Atty J W Brown X c Hicks and F Fraiidsco ILurkln from Brodhead Monday T J Jacobs of the Rose Hill section is visiting his brother at Georgetown Chas E Mullins of Withers has a position as raveling salesman for Arnold Hamilton Luxon Richmond W D Laswell who moved IDr Wildie to Moreland Lincoln recently was with his mother at Orlando during the weekDrs Carter and Gravely were up from Brodhead yesterday to at tend a meeting of the Rockcastje County Medical Society Hilton Adams who has been sick most of the summer was taken very much worse Wednesday and his condtion is very serious Dr E J Brown was here yes terday to see Mrs John Shepherd in consultation with Dr Southard Her condition is very serious LOCAL Only five former slaves live in and near Mt Vernon wish is showing a big line of Ladies Coats and can save you some money A try on will convience any man that Fishs Guaranteed Clothes are the clothes to buy Mt Vernon will soon have another moving day and when it starts there is no telling where it ends NEW PHONES Chris Mullins Richmond road No 69 M Luther Manis Store West Main street No 41- The WOmaus club will entertain the teachers of the Educational Meeting it Lacgdom Dormitory to morrowa Mullins has purchased the farm of Jonas McKenzie located at Maretburg which is one of the lest farms in the county Frank Longmire has purchased the Asher property oto West Main St consideration 1875 Mr Longmire will move his famil here in the near future Mr J W Baker was in Louis ville the first of the week buying goods for his new store which he will open in the building recently vacated by his son U G Baker Mr Baker was inbusiness in Mt Vernon several years ago before going to Livingston and no one enjoyed a larger part nage thau he George Mullins horse makes a riderless trip without bridle or saddle to Mt Vernon and takes its stand at the old hitching place almost daily where the owner ue to tie up the animal when he came to town In the afternoon the horse returns home Mullins has been seriously ill forsome weeks BIG THINGS The Sparks Co in their several quarries in this county usually put off a big blast once a week using from four to seven hundred pounds of dynamite not counting pop shots for break ing up large blocks after the hig shots are made the latter shots are made the latter shots averaging sixty a day at each quarr The company is now considering a move towa ds putting in drills and ma chinery of sufficient dimensions that one big blast will furnish a years supply of stone to keep crusher going One of these shots will require 25 000 pounds of dyna mite and some thousands pounds of blac powder The explosion will give but a little great r jar to the community than is now ex perienced from the weekly blasts now put off The writer Jm believes it wrong to wait until a mat is dead to sing praises of his goodness and worth and we propose to now and then say some things about the lio met those who are a benefit to the community and county in which they reside W J Sparks who came to this county years ago form Madison county has made good in the stone ballast and sr nd business Employment is given to more than two hundred men and the twice a month pay day puts into circulation large sums ofmoney Mr Sparks sees to it that his employes receive proper treatment and they appreciate tHe good will shown He takes in terest in all movements for the betterment of our schools churches roads including county and town affairs Our people are proud to have a man of his worth and extend a welcometo others of his kind who will locate in our county t 1Follow the biyle wear one ot Fishs new Fall caps 25 or 500 County Superintendent Kince informs us tint themoneY is here for the teachers Anyone interested in secondhand furniture will call at Miller l house 98 tf Marriage license were issue d Tuesday to Ben Mullins and Miss I Mary Parks of the Withers section IRe J F Phelps was here Wednesday on his way home having just closed an interesting re vival at Pisgah with 13 additions to the church by experience and baptism All citizens of Mt Veinon are asked to attend a mass meeting to be held at the Courthouse ono Wednesday evening Oct 18 at 7 The purpose of this meeting is to discuss the needs and welfare of Mt Vernon List of letters advertised at Mt Vernon post office Oct 1 1911 ANNA E MILLER Postmaster Samuel Damron Miss Nell Gibbons Mrs N K Hiatt Mrs Mary Luis Rob McRoberis Mrs Maggie Richards Allen Sapp Judge L W Betlrurum and Dr D B Soutbard have their concrete down the walk along the Miller estate and Brown property are also compieted which fills in all gaps and completes work on West side Richmond street almost to town limits- Louisville Ky Oct toElght hundred members of the 404 in dependent lodges of Odd Fellows in Kentucky are here to attend the annual convention of the Statt Association today The Board o Directors of the Odd Fellows Widows and Orphans Home at Lexington held its annual meeting last night and reported that tht institution was being maintained in good condition and that the number of inmates had increaser considerably over last year So me of the telegraph opraton have been feeling shaky over then jobs when they learned that a tele phone system was to be installec by the railroad company Its a needless scare no telephone op ra tor who attends to his business need bother about work O course he must have enough intelligence to tell the difference between a cheese and a grindstone aven if he can telegraph The telephone will be an assistant 0 opeators instead ofa jo killer Because of mv long and seriou illness and consequent removal t the Pacific coast for recuperation WelchMorrow School for Boys i six weeks late in opening We re gret the delay but as s hoolwil close June 17th instead of May lyth only two weeks time will be lost There is one important advantagt in the late beginning boys why have been busy harvesting corr and preparing wheat lands will be enabled to begin witb the first day of school f We are now in position to give the boys every a tvantage including all needful personal attention from a large and competent faculty- It is our belief that Welch Morrow School for Boys will meet the long felt need of the boys of this section of Kentucky Mos careful home training will safeguard the boys during their entir course at this school Strictest discipline w be maintained and every consideration will be given to the backward boy Expenses have been figured down to the lowest possible amount and the gifts to the school of generou foiends havenabled us to make the charge to the pupil for less than the actual running expenses We ask every boy in the county who is over 14 years old to come to see us personally and see what the school can do for him School will open Monday Oct i6th After Nov ist our reading room will be open on Tuesday and Thursday evenings free of charge noonly to the punits of our school but to any boy over 14 years of ageWe wish to take this opportunity of publicly acknowledging our ap pre iatioa of the generous gift to the school from Miss Edith Ramsden HUlof Cincinnati o fitty volumes of interesting litera ture for boys and to say that any librarywillRemember the opening date Oct 1 6 IDA MAY AoAJts I Wi THE FINEST DAIRY How It Compares With Nearest Schoolhouse DAIRY COW VERSUS CHILD Great Contrast Between the Care and Thought Bestowed Upon Each Near Lexington Palace For Jerseys School Out at the Elbow I had not had time to get my lug gage together and draw a long breath after leaving the train at Lexington was asked been out to Haggins IEver1 answered rather breathless dazed Then gathered together and answered at a ventureIOh you mean time place Lexington where Henry Cl born dont you wasI Heavens not Its the biggest finest thing in the way of a dairy farm in the world You know its owned by Mr Haggin of New York city J went out to the great dairy farm on the trolley carwent past Lexing tti FOB THE JERSEY tons beautiful new Country club and splendid residences surrounded by magnificent old forest trees Too much cannot be said or written about this wonderful dairy farm of Mr Hoggins The creamery where the milk is cooled bottled and double sealed for delivery in Lexington is anJ artistic building of rough stone The huge dairy barn is of concrete brick and tiling which gives it the appearance of some splendid county tion Men In immaculate instltuI forms were moving about the ting ready to milk the 425 registered Jersey cows that would soon be brought in from the hundreds of acres of blue grass over which they roam Glancing at the doors and windows IIsaw that they were covered with screening to keep out the flies while water pipes and hose were everywhere to insure absolute cleanliness 1I was very much impressed with the beauty comfort and magnitude of everything saw so as I left the barn I asked Where do you get this tremendous supply of water I saw hose and piping everywhere and a huge tower by the reamery We have a complete pumping plant across country on the far edge of the farm at Russells cave I drove to Russells cave and found a perfect pumping outfit even to a double filter that the water might be as pure as it was possible to make it Suddenly I remembered that I had not come to Lexington to admire the beauty of the wide fields the grand old ron TUB CHILDREN homes or Mr Haggius great dairy farm but to look carefully at the schoolhouses turned to the man In charge of the engines and pumps and asked the distance to the nearest schoolhouse It was not an eighth of a mile away from the pumping sta tion and was a decided contrast architecturally Although had seen walks concrete walks in every direction about the Haggin barn there was no semblance ota walk from the front gate to the badly patched wooden steps that were intended to lead the chIl- dren along the primrose path of knowledge Everything was out at the elbow The contrast between the care and thought bestowed upon a dairy cow and a child was here sharp and dis tinct The dairyman could see and figure the direct an immediate return in hard dollars and cents when his cows area luxuriously treated but ho could not or would not try to see Into the future of the children and meas ure the return Prom an investment in citizenship of a community sg lildoras bad as its schools make IL Biliousness is due to a disordered condition pF the stomach Cham berlains Tablets are essentiaiy a stomach medicine intended es pecially toact on that organ to andfliver and to banish biliousness positively and effectually Fo sale by Cbas C Davis CIiilclrrY CryF- OFTFLETCHEFTS i CATS TORI Ar t DECIDE o FISHSH 6llaFilllteed CLOTHES And you will make no mistake Tile Suits and Overcoats we are showing right now are the talk of the town and country Our stock was never so oflithese garments are unequalled anywhere Them e is a Suit and Overcoat waiting for you at this store Perhaps exactly the type you have pictured in your minds eye DROP IN TODAY try some of these fine Clothes W e want IAnd yo- uSuits and Overcoats 5 up I LOOK FOR THE SIGN OF THE FISH I Yetnons1 rot THR GOOD TILT m Q The holders in Mt Vernon of stock in the Henry Clay Fire In surance Co recieved checks yes terday morning for an 8 per cent dividend Lame back is one of the most common forms of muscular rheu matism A few applications of Chamberlains Liniment will give relief For sale by Chas C Davis ROPHCASTLE Peo pes Savings Bank Trust Com pany of Covington is erecting a new banking house in that city out of our beautiful Rockcastle free tone This stone is growing in pop ilarity all the time Bill Lewis wasin town Monday and told us that he would leave the first of next week for Colorado to make his future home providing in the meantime he was able to ocate hjs cousin Ben Cummins whom he had lost on the way to town IMPORTANT SUBJECTS At the last Teachers Meeting at Blue Springs Miss Fannie Debord dis cussed How to beautify the school house and grounds Miss Genoa Fields talked on the important sub ject of How to secure the interest lot the parents The Signal would be glad to publish what the two excellent teachers have to say on these questions which are so vital to successful school teaching in this county The best plaster A piece of flannel dampened with Chamber lains Liniment and bound on over the affective parts is superior to a plaster arid costs onl one tenth as much For sale by Chas C Davis CASTORIAFor Thi KM Yoi Have Always Boo hf Bears the cnatvof i f The Louisville Post Atlas of the World just issued consists of a new series of over too maps in colors based upon the latest official surveys accompanied by a Gazateer of allcities and towns A historical sketch of Louisville and Kentucky Maps of American cities Maps of the United States History of Panama Canal with illustrations 1910 census reports Printed on fine paper Price 51 by the Evening Post Louisville Ky See a copy at Mt Vernon telephone Ex change Judge ORear hi a speech at Williamstown Saturday declared that he had been attacked viciously by the machines of both parties because he stood for cleansing Kentucky of the lobby and other political ills that had bound it aas L Just Received Another Supply of tie Famous BallBand Rubber Boots Overshoes and Arctics liningsdouble quality iand pick your 9 size and style This is the footwear that 8000000 people find best You will swear by it too after you find out how long it wears what comfort it gives and how economical it is Double wear in every pair I FASlilONABLEI We are proud of our assort ment of Mens Fashionable Neckwear Nowhere in country will you find a variety of stylish shades andthisI signs suitable fr all FURNISHINGS HOME OF CLOTHTS PARTICULAR STONEThe Vi Evening a Dispatches says that Austria has notified Italy that she wouldI send a squadron to makea demon stration on the Italian coast unless there was made satisfactory ex planation of the bombardment oi San Giovanni Democratic candidates on the State ticket were busy hthe hustings Satu day Former Sen aol McCreary spoke at Wickliffe E J McDermott at Somerset and Congressman OHie James atFlem ingsburg Fifteen hundred families are homeless damage of 1200000 has been wrought and the town of Black River Falls Wis facesa famine rs she result of the burst ing cf the great dam CryiCASTOR fA RoyalBAKING Absolutely Pure Usedandpraised by the most competent and careful pa try cooks the world over r The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Gream of Tartar made from grapes JIIt 1lli l i W cn t jf f Dr J Harry Hendren- OF I V BELL COUNTY lIndependent Republican Candidate 1 ForIa STATE SENATORON THE COUNTY UNIT PLATFORM JT Against JOE BOSWORTH 01 Middlesboro To the Democrats and Republicans of the 17th Senatorial District Both Republican and Democratic platforms adopted this year indorse the County t BiU1 Job F Bosworth pretended Republican nominee for State Senator counties of Jack son Rockcastle Pulasfci Laurel Whitley Knox and Bell is an avowed opponent of the onnty Unit Bill and it is a wellknown fact that during his services in the Legislature as Senator from this distriet he did at all times cast his vote and use his influence to prevent t tie passage of the County Unit Bill DR J HARRY HENDREN of Bell County who is an Independent Republican candidate in this district for State Senator against Bosworth has always been temperance and a temperate man r 3 1 NCertaintyt no Democrat or Republican can afford to ypte for Bos worth whn bnth par ity platforms indorse things for which he does not stand and for which he is unalterably op t posed We are appealing tomall citizens regardless of party affiliations tohelp us rid thi district of this whisky tool who tells you that he should be sent back to the Senate because ol his great Good Roads record but he fails to tell you at the same time way after he was electedon the Temperance ticket he suddenly became opposed to the Cojtmty Unit Bill when he got I to Frankfort and did all in his power to defeat it Surely a man who misrepresents his constituents as did Bos worthy doesznotdeserve the y support of the good people of the J7th District we say NO I i You can vote under the LOG CABIN or under the ROOSTER land vote under i Dr Hendrons picture and you have voted for every min on the Republican ticket except Bosworth or everyone on the Democratic ticket and against Bosworth asthey is no Demo cratic candidate against him f j V Yours very respectfully t t f HEN1DREN CAMPAIGN COMMiTTEE cf I i t RESOLUTION t ADOPTED BY THE WOMANS CHRISTIAN L TEMPERANCE UNION itAt a meeting of the Womans heldfbep6th 1911 the fol1owingresp 19ins were offered and unani mouslyadopted Whereas Dr J Harry Hendren ol ibis county has announced him jdt an Independent Republican candidate for the StateSenate in tie Seventeenth Senatorial District qfcKentpckYicgmposed of the 7 4 counties of Khog Whitley Laurel R itcastle Pulaski Jackson and Y 1Etell against Joe F Bosworth v2i laepiublicaa nominee ij VheasDV Hendrens re jp card 5fn private r and public life on 4S thelwbiske1 question has always J peen riglit r 7 r lif L PRINT SHOWS THROUGH I y And Whereas it isa wet known fact that Mr Bosworth isa tool ofthe liquor ring of Kentucky and s thereby an enemy of the good woman and the temperance cause ot this Senatorial District And Whereas it is a well known fact that at the meeting of the last legislature Mr Bosworth did a11I in his power awd did bhis vote help send the County Unit Bill to a whiskey committee of which he was member and which corn mittee did not report the bill to the Senate for passage And Whereas at the last local option election held in Middles boro Kentucky Bosworth worked for and did all in his power ito retain 4hesaloons 1i t reit Now Therefore befIt resolved first tbatBoswortbsacts and deedsdo not iu our estimation make him a tIt representative of the good people of this district- S y cond that we commend Dr Hendren to the decent law abiding people irrespective of party of this district as a man well fitted to represent this district in the State senate and pne who will not misrepresent his constituency and who will vote for the County Unit Bill nrn 1 ijj all the time Third that we earnestly ask both the Democrats Republicans and people ofall pbli ticaUparties dlhr 3 Lp t nefaripu3 liquor tool Fourth that a cpy oi this resolution be sent to all of thf Wgmans Christian Temperance Unions in this district and then special aid solicited in the figh for temperance r Fifth that a copy of these resolutions be printed in all the papers throughout this Senatorial District MRs js JH SHY President MRS P R WARE VicePres MRS AUCE FUSON MiSS YNTHIA AUSTIN MRS ijUcyHosKJNS VtMRs Nnt EtWOOD e VIRGINrAG STKVENSON MRS SARAH T RICHARDS i i Ci x ik JffAr = VITAL WASHINGTON NEWS By C H TAVKKNfeh Washington Oct J 3tSPeciaIJ t roe president has been n thej the West The people have lis tened to his defense And they still believe he d d wrong in vetoing the honest effortsjut boh branches of Congress to reduceI the awtul cost 01 living United States Such is tue tenor of the news that has come over the wires from the special correspondents who either accompauied or trailed Mr Taft on his 13000 mile swing Arthur Henning Washington correspondent of the Chicago Tri bune intervie ved hundreds of westerners and found that the people generally like Mr Taft personally but absolutely disap proved his record as President Angus McSween the celebrated Washington correspondent of the Philadelphia North American also republican X wired from To peka Kans as follows President Tart did not make a dent in the surface ot strong progressive sentiment in the state of Kansas during his visit here It developed too that a great many men in all walks of life candidly admitted that next year they proposed to vote for a Dem ocrat A great many of these referred to the magnificent record the Democrats made in Congress last session and frankly admitted that since the Democrats had shown real ability to govern and govern well it was no more than betDEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED tbeyIway to cure deafness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed con dition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube When this tube is inflamed you have a rum t ling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed unlesseand tis tube restoaed to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine case out of ten are ciused bv rrhwhich is nothing but an inflamed condition ol the mucous surfaces We give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused catarrh that cannot be cured sby Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free fFJ CHENNEY Co Toledo Ohio Sold by all Druggists 75C Take Halls Family Pills for constipation Secretary of State Bruner has ordered all State banks to submit to him b October j2 a report of their condition as of Septembe 28 Dont trifle with a cold is good advice for prudent men and wmen It may be vital in case ofa cliid There is nothing bet ter than Chamberlains Cough Remedy for coughs and colds ir children It is safe and sure Fr Sale bv Chas C Davis Eli50l1rctnrningI Germany leads in electricity how ever IS THE WORLD GROWINQ BETTER Many things j0 to prove that it is The way thousands aie trying to help others fcj proof Among them is Mrs W W Gould of Piiffield N H Finding good health by taking Electric Bitters she now advises other sufferers everywhere to take themII For years I suffered with stomach and kidney trouble she writes Evary medicine I used failed till I took Electric Bitters But this great remedy helped me wonderfully Theyll help any woman Theyre the best tonic and finest liver and kidney remedy thats Lade Try them Youll see j soc at Chas C Davis C C Williams ATTORNE YATLAW MT VERNON KY lerOFFICE On and floor ol The Bank of Mt Vernon on Church street Special attention given to collectionsPhone 80 Court and Lodge Directory coinrra Circuit Court 1st Monday in Januaryr f4 veeks 4th Monday la April weeks ira Monday in August threeweeks Quirterly Court lat Monday in each nopth1otjCounty Ml Vernon Police CourtiiSrd Monday ia each montk lEJ a Q irki rr JftJ r Q LjW uri W ANE DONE AX1 fOREASE13- 3tltl0 SSS Ci i And have grease Made in Louisville by CHAS C STOLL OIL CO if Young Women Read what Cardui did for Miss Myria Engler of Faribault Minn She saysLet me tell you how much good Cardui has done me As a girl I always had vf to suffer so much with all kind of pain Sometimes I was so weak that I could hardly stand on my feet I got a bottle of Cardui at the drug store and as soon as I had taken a few doses I began to feel better d Today I feel as well as anyone can ICARDEUl The I IAre you a woman number of troubles and I which in time often lead to A tonic is needed to relieve weakness headache the signs of weak nerves For a tonic take Cardui You never regret it Ask your druggist about Write to Ladles Advisory Dept for Special Instructions and 64page book G I WomansTonicCOMPLETE II XIB rod i Mail orTelei R Yyr = r DELPHI WEBB i I Real Estate I JTown and Farm Property Bought So4 If you want to a home in town or a good farm call End tee our list List your propertywith us for sale in Masonic Bui Ulilg DELPH WEBB JulyBam LIVINGSTON KY Iw T ERA JC1S Dentist- M Ky Home anal o Ttc5 in the late residence Dr Myers formerly occupied on Old Maui St Mt Vernon R W DYCHE DENTIST MT VERNON KY Office at residence on Main S Crown and Bridge Work Specialty Work guaranteed PNEUMONIA left me with a frightful cough and very weak Ihad spells when Icould hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 minutes My doctor could not help me but Iwas completely cured by KINGSNew Mrs J E Cor Joliet DI 50c AND 100 AT ALL DRUGGISTS Chliclrsn Cry FOR FLETCHERS CV ASTORIA dont to but once a m week young will a Coffins Caskets and Robes All Telegraph phone orders Filled buy Office Bu Vernon Mount Vernon Monumenta WORKS Manufacturer ofand and Granite Monuments of all kinds Estimates furnished on application GEO OWENS Proprl Phone 112 ij s IdC McCLftRy UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER jjtanjjjKjjVjjo