You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Mount Vernon signal Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1911 mou1911102001 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. -- TA aatiijnniiiwvwiM , ? , ' '. r. ' i i4.. ? w 1887 - xe """ST "v t . .. ; - sv , -- - t -- Published Every Friday VOLUME XXV. L1 PpiflHWli MT. VERNON; Mwm ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, Louis-attendin- S)lil OCT. 20. 1911. zr vjWvW .J. ' L. '--, Established &K " .' 4 NUMBER it' Princeton, West Virginia. He BUODIIEAD. in Cincinnati a few days last week. " holds a good po ition wt'h the Miss Georgia McFerron of Mt. N. Clark was the guest Vernon was the guest of Mrs. C It. Miss Clyde Wilmott has returned. Armour Packing Co., of St. Louis Mr.John Miss Ehel His is home from Westport, Ind., where Mo. ,We wish them much success of "v'iis Annie Walton at her home Rice, Sunday in thecouutry Sunday. Mrs. Maty visitsng her sister Mrs. Ed. Quinu, phe has been, visiting. Henry through life. Madam Rumor. says there will be two more real soon, in Paris-Walter Browning, who is Brooks left Wednesday for Payne of AlUinot is visiting school at Crab Orchard, ville. Dr. and Mrs. W. F Garter but whether they will get off as bore this week. Mis Martha Brown and son, Henry, of Ojiail are was at home Sunday and Monday. and SOn are in Shelby county this easy as these did, we can't tell. Miss Ella Mae Blanford has been! Week. the guests of Mrs. Sue Mullins.- Mrs. Daisy Hunt AVERTS AWFUL TRAGEDY. and Mr. G. C. with tousili in. Mrs. Miss Letie Uirk a number of her friend's last Timely advice given Mrs- C (Jolemau of Lebanon Junction were ward Mullins, formally Lottie Monday .evening. Edd Owens i.J Willoujhby, of' Marengo, Wis., witn Mr. and Mrs.JUne Lindsay, Owens, departed this life Saturday, ' Qt,e to be out again. Mrs. J. G. (R. No 1) prevented a dreadful Mr. and Mrs. Bourn October 7th, at 9:10 a Sunday. rafter an pr th is visiting relatives in Stan- - tragedy and saved two lives. Dr returned to their home at illness of four weeks. She was au ford and Danville. have had said her dreadful cough was after a pleasant visit to their amiable sweet woman and was the Mr. and Mrs. J. Thos Cherry, "consumption" cough jnd could After many daughter. Mrs. Fred Nabors Mr. comfort of her widowed mother. Mrs. Linda Benton and John Rob do little to help. and Mrs Arthur Kinser of Corhiu Though often away from her she ins ure attending the Grand Lodge remedies failed, her aunt urged never forgot the weekly letter she at Louisville this week. Joseph her to take Dr. King's Newit'Dis have been visiting lelatives here. fo coverv, "I have been using baby knew mother was exoecting. Ruby Scott is the name of the She Carter has returned home after a some time," she wrote "and ibe girl who came Friday to brighten Was the mother of two sweet rhild two months visit in Shelby county. awful ccugh has almost gone. It the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wilt ren, one who crossed the river before Dave Webb bought a farm from also saved my little boy when Rice. Mr. and Mrs William Clark her The other remains to mourn' Sim Sailor for 81000. Homer taken with a severe bronchial of Knoxville, Tenti., are ttie guests nor loss but to comfort the grand Walleu was over from Danville trouble." This matchless medicine has no equal for throat ' and lung ol their daughter, Mr. J. P. R. mother in her mother's st. ad. The first of the week, Miss Judith troubles. Price 50c and $1.0 Drummond. Mr. Chas. A. Blanford usband, too, is sadly bereaved. McCall, ofMaretburg, is visiting Trial bottle free. Guaranteed bv was with relatives at Parksville this May tho Father of the lonely her sister, Mrs Jop Albright. R. Chas. C. Davis. j week George Martin and family, bun as he faces life alone. H. Hamm recently sold ti cow who have been visiting relatives in Albright and PELLAGRA VICTIM NFARING A. E. for 825 Lebanon have returned, Mrs. Geo. daughter, Niua, were in Louisville THE END ' ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Cook and daughter, Miss Lydia, Tuesday. James Coffey left Wed SHELBYVILLE, Ky., Oct. 71 1 were with relatives in Mt. Vernon 'COURT. nesdiy night for Indiana. Oscar" Attending physicians have aban several days this week. The Bap. Spoonamore sold a team of mulcts doned hope of the recovery of John Whereas on the 28th. day of Aug tiit revival will begin on Sunday to Sim Sailor price unknown. Quire, who has been ill of pellagra petition .was 'filed in the morning, October 22nd. Dr. W. X iqn a Jop Albright is having a house at his home in Cropper for several the Count Court Clerk of Amyx Wbs in London, Wednesday. oflke cf on the Henry Addition. Mi. months, and his death is expected Rockcastle County signed by 20 built Mrs. Ed. Woodill of London is and Mrs. Thos. Evans have gene at any time. As this Is' the onl qualified voters of the fifth assisting Miss Ella Stanley in the legal magisterial districts of Rockcastle to house keeping on Main street case .which has occured in the coumillinery 6tore for a few days. Will Tom Francisco sold to Craig Sl nty, it hasekcited greit interest in County asking a submission of Ward has labeu charge of the RiverBrown a pair of oxen. the madical profession. Before the W. H. Brown and' the question whether cattle or any side Hotel. Dave and Walter Miller visited mtn's condition presented his shall be permitted family have returned to Mt. Vernon species thereof week. John leaving home he rippeared before in said fifth magis- in Cooper creek last to ruu at large alter pleasant visit to the iamily home from a meeting of the County, Medical district of said county. It Sigman has returned of A. Pennington. The L.&N.R R. terial Corbin. The many friends of Society for examination, and sioce is now oidcred by the court that are improving their property con ot each of the Miss Rose Pike were surprised last then nearly all of the local physicsiderably by giving it several coats1 PoU be Pened Sunday when they heard that she ians have visited at his home to . Mnl. Crouch hnsre-- ' v'inB Precincts or places of voting and Mr. H. E. Christie had eloped. observe the progress of nln the case. magisterial district at tht turned home after spending several ia sM Since August the patient has The bride was the youngest to he,fd, in sa,d days with her daughter, Mary Edna, 8enefal cleclon daughter of Rev. aud Mrs. A. J. positively "declined to take medicine " lu r . who is attending Nazatath Academy ,u,s,l"cl . r .u .... years Pike of this place. She was teach- in any form. He is fifty-tr 1U1 UCT lyi IUC puipuac Ul U3LCI at Nazareth, Ky, Roy Magsuder ing at Hickory Grove and Friday of ace prior to his illness was taiuiug the will of the voters of has given up his position as copicst went to Berea, aud ed as a teamster. He has a wife said district upon the question afternoon she in the dispatcher's office and re. from there to Winchester the fol- - and eleven children. whether or not cattle or anv -- (. turned to lib home in Lebauon Ck - she jnet .Mr Jw,permitted.toli0V? busi- specie thereof shall go into Junction where they went to Jeffersonville Christie large said district. Gtry ness Mr. and Mrs. E. C. "Grot- - run at- iti t)- in . ... r n r . r-. where they were married late Sat,.- W. UKTJIUKU31 J. K FOR FLETCHER'S, teutliraller are rejoicing over urday evening at 9:30. The groom ' arrival of a fine eleven pound girl. , Ct. , is an upright young man and lives Mr. and Mrs L H Davis were VlNUHTOM TEACHER'S ASSOCIATION The Teacher's Association of EducationalDivision No. 1 of Rock- castle County, met at Mt. Vernon Uiuued School ou October '14th with Prof. Ti A. Houston presiding as chairman. The(e were in attendaucesabout twenty five teachers, besides a number of citizens' After the singing of the opening song, Battle Hymn of the Republic, Rev. Geo. S. Watson conducted the devotional exercises in his. usual earnest and impressive manner. Prot. Houston's address, "The County High School," was an urgent appeal to teachers to have such pupils as were finishing eighth grade to take examination for Common School Diploma, and if prepared, to enter High School. The appeal extended to teachers to broaden their menial vision by taking up Hty;h School work, rather than keep in the narrow rut by continuing to take reviews. " The Central Count) Library" was the subject of Miss Ida fay Adams' address. The subject was ubly handled and veiy interesting. Several points ot in terest were brought out and in the general discussion which followid. Changes in the management of tin County Library were suggested for the convenience of teachers. At 130 the house adjourned for lunch. The ladies of the Woman's Club served lunch at Langdon Dormitory. The lunch was most delightful, be ing tastefully prepared and daintih served. All present appreciated the hospitality of Lancdon Dormltorj and the effort made by the ladies of Woman's Club for the welfare of the teachers. At '1:30 the house again conveuid Miss DodJou pre ided at the piai o and rendered a most pleasing solo. Then, the subject of Teachers' Re lation to School Sanitation and Health was taken up. isl. Personal 1 1 !l yixsasvv Children Cry for Fletcher's tela-tive- s . g enter-quitesi- ck Ed-jtain- 111 Lan-cast- e, The Kind You Huvo Always Bought, nud which has hecu In use for over 30 years, lias horno tho signature of and has been mado under his sonal supervision sinco its infancy. pcr-rZjt.yf- c,y VSK$S$335$55S?3SS5S$$5$$55$$$$$ All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-gooare but. Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health ot Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. d" , 1 dom-fo- rt Castorla Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare- - . gorlc, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Fcvcrislmcss. It cures Diarrhoea and "Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates tho Stomach and Dowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. What is CASTOR! A GENUINE -- CASTOR I A the Signature of ALWAYS i Dy fBears -- The Ejad You Have Always Bought In Use Fop Over THI CENTAUR COMPANY. TT MURRAY STREET. NEW YORK CITY. 30 Years 11 !HI!!n!!n'""M!!m!l!H!!!!nW!!n!!l!!!!n!I!!!!!!!?!!!!!!!!!!!! .M,. te &;. VJSJiftUN UKiiT AND LIU- - f ",.. wo PRACTICAL UNDERTAKERS, 3 i 2 3 I em-pl- 5 laaaaaaaaSlffl FUNERAL DIRECTORS, E3IUAL3I118 Mt. Vernon, Ky. . be-wi- JLle cleanliness'bv 2nd. " Mrs. 'Fishback -. Children -- t. CASTO RIA TefrAt"; I Yonnf ::ss::ssj::s:::::;::::2::::;:;:::::::s::::::::s::::5::::::::::::::j::::::::::s:::;:::::!::::::::s::::j:::: I K ! Q50 $ IMMHHHHMMNMnBJMMBNMM IIU $I2 WORTH $ m$-- :l?W'a1aaaaaV-l' t . ' aaaaaTB- - -- dl ao... o- Mcn't Clothet.1 (K- -' o. ao .. 0 B0 r BUYS A a IJ " .au 0 $ 10. $I2. $I5. & 18. Blanks, Browns, Tans ALL THE NEW MODELS :SUIT and Grays tliV Price, ow to-morr- . ,.x. 'aaaal . - .,e , 'tmmJt. v&mz&x ao :ct ' 0t. 0 . '" J 1 VaaaaaaV&jBBBiaBHaT Jl"i..KSS. tf?!'?J.'- aaaaaaM TTJMrliHBMMi a ao ?'' " ;.. .';--" M aBsaBBBBBUBMKSfeanCsSHc Mm "r'n; iSft l, sx?&&t eo" 981 ao ao ao &&$&:?: eo. m ao. 0.-0- . '?:rZMlmWBggmMmf.& VSXWsCKi,mMMmKmBMMWi:t!i fei it.-.- as a " . aWaf .t ,T.immmmtmmW iTV We have just ec just the Style, just ,f - &"&.' i , o- ( - ao eo e o the kind you will want when you see the line Come and let us show you. or to-d- ay " T flaaaaHl XA " - ' a - JrtV',' - 'V . r s , jMk bbbbbHR TbbbbbbbbbbbKI "' T ? t 7. ttiXlSWii: cot. 0Oao - oa .M0 ' ' Ladies Fine Suits We Have Cot Right P S', - ' . s ,. nBiaBBidfiVBBBBY. -""' ..' ."' lf5SBaW "viJSmwWxt C' t.BBBBBBBBBm t'lff. V a c e. . ' s ""BBBBBBB1"M'-VS aBBBBBBBBBKliV ir .t:j & AracsjfcF" .. '!.'??-- ! . "vsr 0" a" a - ',4." f ft at" &' 0" " a a ao a if B ' In the middle of town with a big line of LADIES SUITS, Skirts and Long Coats Throngd 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. SELBY SHOES . (fir 8 a os a a a a a a ) oa oa Vf I (3ome fa ;: We have tho only Specially Line of Ladies' bolby buoes are "ol Shoes in this county. Shelby ordinary Shoes but ordinary prices. Shoes wear bettor, fit tho foot bettor and.look ((! For Women Water supply and School Premises, by Miss Frances Forbes. 3rd. Contagious Diseases, by Mr. Roy Rader, and general discussion following. In these discussions the impoitance of cleanliness was com mented upon; first; in relation to the health of the individual; second, In relation to the health of his assa ciates; thiid, in relation to the in. fiuence wielded upon the inner man Some very interesting talks were made regarding water supply, otc.V and ways of avoiding spread ot con tagious diseases. The comraor drinking cup found no one to advo caie its use, so, was forced down and out, as being one of the most potent bearers of disease germs The subject of Good Roads and Pub lie Scbooli in their relation to earb other, introduced bv E. R. Gentry, was one in which all present were deeply interested. All seemed to thoroughly understand tlrt better roads meant better schools. The Woman's Club have, at Langdon Dormitory, two gross ol pint drinking cups. The dtbjre that the teachers of the county call for enough of these cup to supply the pupils of their schools If there are children who cannot bu ihetn at two cents each, the Wo man's Club will gladly donate cups to such children. A vote of thanks was tendered the ladicsof the Womau's Club for their interest in the Association, and their thoughtfulness in preparing lunch. A vote of thanks was also tendered Prof. T. A. Houston for using every possible means o making the Association a success, and for the programmes which were gotten up at his expense. Mrs. Fjshback, Sec ote-bal- f I COUCH METALIC PASKETS Coffins and Robes. Liconed Embalmor will have charge of 3 2 " -- v. that lino of work for tho company. Hearse sent to all points Er Orders by wire promptly tilled. GEORGE OWENS, Office Mt, Vernon Mannger,3 ! ' it Monumental Building c PHONE lly 3 - vfiiaiimiiaiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiuiiisiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuuiuiiiiiiiiK ,' x&x$&cftx j:i-r&c&y- . p&" 5 ChSr JXXX)PCXX DXXJCOtPXi There are lots ol Drug Stores in this land of ours that sell Drugs,, but the Drug Store for the people is the one that gives the purest drugs obtainable. Try us and let us prove ourselves the one, Yours, --- i 0 3Cfc3iC3oe & Chas C. Davis, Druggist l I'liono No. 39 MT. VTKiN'UiN, K Y. ; iXXDDX 1W DDXDdfctC ABOUT YOUR GIVE AID TO STRIKERS. Sometimes liver, kidneys and bowels seem to no ou a strike and Then "Vou refuse to work right. need those pleasant little strikeDr. King's New Life breakers. Pills to give them natural aid mid gently compel proper aotion. Excellent health soon follows. Try them. 25c. at Chas. C. Davis'. bettor than ordinary Shoes. WATCH? DOES IT KEEP CORRECT TIME? IF NOT, WHY NOT? trial. To-da- y and Make Your Selection Prices u IP3 a a a a a a BUSTER BROWN SHOES Prices $10. to $30: $2.00 I ? ' The men who are bound tor the ! I front'do not wait for New Year to a a voa .......f;!;;;;;!i;i; -- IN KiSm r for Boys aVraaftt. a and Girls a Always the Best For Less ea Baaaaar a Maaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaavavv2225avvj2!i:a... M a oa SUTTON & McBEE $3.00 at a- flannel dampened with We cimranteb our work, Givo us u Iain's Liniment and bound on ost vou nothing. over the affective parts is superior We do nil kinds of soldering and repair work. to a p!as er and costs onlv one tenth as m tch. For sale by Chas. C Davis. The best plas'te" A of'If y0U aVa 1,,lvinS an 8,,C,, ,ronbl nbout '0Ur Wntch ' ?cc Chamber 'just turn it over to ns and if it does not run all 0. JC. it wil piece .; VldOJLSVO . M . FRANK MOORE, C. AT DR. S. DAVIS' DRUG STORE, 1 v 1 sit. S,U3H0JL31i HOJ MT. VBRNON, KY, . ij J. I i -- f w.iu Mini SilW and ferist GOUNTRY VERSUS TOWN. t gmiiwimmmmmmmmnw ty inexi i.eKisianueoi is.ciiiui:kv wiu ,,m;Ss Katharine Hobart Hare'"""" HniiMurd, K' e Democratic, and that 011U Js wCBrnR a froci 0f embroidered Oct. 20. 1911 Friday, eara whitecbit7onthroujh which.eleamsl- James will servo the six Youaro.no; experimenting in' States sen ne. iii iiiiiii'init'sx in iimr i.i.. iliiii term m the uinten i..j ..r i uiur yourself wheu you iak.'e I'liaipnir-Iain'- s Published every Friday by & ugh Rt ue'dv lor n cld as rmmucipum muni; iCuK. . Hon .lAM US OAR NUT P IS prm- Brown is paintniR his that prepurtio'i has wo its grtat "Mr. John to the EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT, iiik a tower of hlrem-tteputittoii mid nxte is ve ,,ile by some uartv. not onlv in the Hle.e.ith barn. -- Typical item n. tue country its remarkable cu o( coif's, and correspondence ci imn of a county can alwavs he depended lip n. District, where his following among of to It valuable for ad ms SUBSCRIPTION ONK YRAR $1.00 hoth Democrats nnd Re u ili.nns weekly. I jT selling vety large, hut in every oth. r There is notlihs; so delicio lsly an .'lu Jreii und inn be gixen n con of the State. He is comtc to the mfropolitaii as the yoing children wirli jnipl-ct- ' Advtt thing rates made hiourn on o her section u m of i y. ti.Uiu c as it contains hof ,ul ml in Hems in tiu country columns drag rcoemed ns Sold by Chas. C. Dav . amplication But the proved nliiiity, and a man ol the ol tlie io intv papery. The c tnitry editor knotxs wlnt h.-highest perMinal integrity. Farm hok SAI.10--25- 1 ST office he .steks is one ol the most aho.ti and he piinH us news to his m ire or less, situated in Bo le E MltMlllilt OK county nine miles South Wc-- t Ol ZZ important in the Sure, and the resdt-rs.- ' KENTUCKY JRESS ASSOCIATION The painting of a bagi, which D.nvtlleKv. A splerdid larm If r S Democrats are fortunate to have as their candidate, a ui.it. (f Jim is in a measure a public improve- com, oats or blue gra-s- . Lies on 5: t farm "he pike from Junction 'City to 5 ment, since every Gnrnett's standing and talents. to I X J"l in a community is tin advantage Libinoii and is in a stone throw ( f Thr announcement of the deafclr o (hat comimu)ilyi j, news i the the L. & N. R R As I slmll Harlan, wa 'cnmtn of Justice John M 1 refer anyone to A. f. Hi The cow t y editor, often revived with much regret bv 'well informed gird, of Brolhead,NK"-- . 'as weU educlteJ ad The Kentnckyians, who were always as the average city newspaper man vill h. sold at ai sacrifice. Tl.le1 DEMOCRATIC TICKET proud to own and do homige to and rarely an ignoramus, is per- perfectly good. ', W. T. Evans. and this greatest of men, who stood haps a little more interested in Oot. 6 tf. E Brodhead, Ky if not the peer of any tlietq'inl, For United States Senator the impro erne it of real eMiiie in section of Kenin nan of his country, as a Jiiris-tOUJK M.JAMES his county than the publisher of I have tea iy, ini Port 'in idrr s For Governor the Philadelphia I'utilie Ledger n' whi'P I nltempt'in Since the last term of the Whitley e uld be JAMES B. McCREARY in the color cr in.terial Circuit Court there have bten mi som nr t j imus'in nil lu all i.r a gown worn by Miss Hare For Lioutenuiit-Govenioless than fifteen homicides in this in .or tan t tmtio s thjiJiave iiiu,.. But he publisher of the Public EDWARD J MoDhPMOTT county. They are becoming more sav ai d I Udgtr puts into his columns red to him Ptofle.ue o impolite For Attorney-Genera- l numerous. Who is to blame lor the v filling about interttip'ing hat is news to his readers, I JAnii- - - .jAKaKIT si uation? Let us see. Tom Meal When i futnei ie emit tie various 0 ilunins satistactonly For Auditor was put on trial here Fridav tor o 'er-'- o t c ' o -to various clashes HENRY BOSWORTH the murdtr of his aunt, an invalid I'll pleasure ters soup, and fiom 'drjuking of the couuir the editor woman of over 7O ye.ir. Three of ? '"TV For Sf.ite 'J reasurer ''V. we. kly nor the publisher of the much cofht? you his own children were pit on the THOMAS G. RHEA. daily lacks the sense l news city Uihousness isdueftoa mud and thev detailed one the For Secretary of State NEW. NEWEST . . values or a sense of humor. Read condition cl the stomach Cham most briital and horrible in uraersi C. F. CRECEL1US ers in the country are interested to berlain's Tablets are essentially ever listened to in the i...n... Unt f rfA...r.c him lirllipfl stotnnch medicine, intendud For Supt. of Public Instruction that was county courthouse. " ; " Whitley These, -'to B,p cleanse it, act on tint it organ; u BARKSDALE HAM LETT "" nnrrnUr3U1 hv '" ac,"u " strengthen lone witnesses were is being it, to regulate tin For Commissioner of Agriculture other witnesses. It would be impos a certain country road, KY. MAN psinted and will improvs the ap liver and to banish hiltousnes-positivelJ. VV. NEWMAN sible to conceive a more heuious read and effectually. pearance or the farm. Some Fo Jfor Clerk of Court of Appeals crime than this one. No defense iiiilHiiiliiiUiliiiiiliiaUiiUiliiiliiiiiiiliiiiiiliiiiUiiiiUiliiliitiiUiiiiiaiiiiiUiiiiiliililliiliiliii ers in a great and progressive sale by Chap C Davis. ROBERT L. GREENE vas offered whatever. When the knowing city are interested in prosecution closed its cise. the de whether Miss Hare's frock is fense closed without any proot Tub presence of Oscar Under- Everybody who heard the proot made of chiffon aud what fleams cf wood has given a fresh impetus thought the jurrors would be out through it although a majority A IN those readers never sa." As to the Democratic Campaign only u few minutes before thev rea- UACHF.I, E. BAKKR Oy and never expect to see t' e Chairman of the Committee on died a death verdict. Thev were out frock. Is the country idea of Ways and Means, and as a leader only a few minutes, but they only AT GRADED SCHOOL BUILDING less creditable to 3 in the great fight for tariff reform gave him a life sentence. It does what is news : intelligence and mental balance 1911 lie has been recehed by his fel-- not mean much those days to send iu a manner be a man to the penitentiary for life than the city idea? fitting. his station and ability. Mr as thev usually get out after a few TIME An autumn d iv. aud Listen don't be mistake Underwood has not come to this years, especially if they have money. Sr'i:fG -- Home of M m Itdlwcua Luke, ainal(lLn Liuiy with apreillleotlon As siTiall .'is n dollar, nt largo ns thousands cr for e;ys. State to interfere in our home There have been two or three men tiijnk that I iutend to have a of dollars. 7T affairs, or to tell p1 how to con- paroled from the penitentiary with- public uale, I am only advertising ' v t'"" CHARACTERS And no matter how large anjiroount may bo, duct our goveijhin nt, or what in the last two or three venrs who to sell privately and will not sell publicly. Call any time yon want AIS i BE 3K Y policies are the wiliest to pursue. wo realize that it is mado up of a, eortain mini- ..-- .. CF3. who is oxpocting an archilecb t.nt Vm Wcaci iium XH1itln1r fnr mtirrtftr He very properly' leaves these aud thev shot some one else soon i buy and I will wll ou Just I"1'!' fonverting her homo into a ttitj) tiM13 bor of single dollar. vexed questions to the Candidates, after they were released. With what vou want on easy terms. f(H,!,,(p6tifif cat," and desires to keep This fact ought to encourago thoso who earn modTract No. 1. 138 acres 4 miles who if elected, will be able to these conditions, criminals do uot . Miss Noi,a Jonhs Ins v Hit li secret from Kitty ajjd PJ)jlp erate incomes. ptomised bv within one carry out the reforms care much for going to the peni riouth of Mt. Vernon pike that is now MISS KATHERINH, otliorwjpe Imnwn fis ''Kitty," their platforms. tentiary. Conditions will never oe mile of the new ft oHglitrtO'induco them to do something toward Misa Honey's niece, who tulcefl udvuutugo of llPP Remember appumiilltinfjawoftli-wlijlprqvisjon for any better in Whitley or murders being onstrncted. cou.v i Pliillip's impression that "Mr. Bob Visit." i'X Whbubvbr Ollie James has any less frequent until juries gu 'to this is'The coal land, man, to piny a "good joke" on him Miss Annk Tatu Tract N01 2 144 adjoining spoken he has created the greatest doiog their duty. In this case the Wo maintain thai a savings ftocouut at this bank MISg fWA$ BRYANT, alias "Mr. Boh," who enthusiasm, and the crowds that attorneys for the State brought ou t above track, (an account in which the owner is REALLY Tract No, 3 74 acreg and ijo have come to hear him have been the proof, made out toe case and assjsts Ifjtty n plnyjn,' a joke on Phillip investment hard to boat. . jNIlRS Makoaket Loviju. numbered by the thousands. His urged the jury to do its full duty adJkional 6 miles from Mt, Yours truly, The Hansford stand will arrangement of the Republican The court did its duty and saw PATTY (the maid) interested in "Dfamatjc Art 'an(J of this traut. party and its l'resiaeni ior that the defendent had a fair trial sell part or all " Mr, SJiakespeare," ppd pining for a ' Rojueo " failure to live up to their platfonn but the jury, as usual, flunked Tract No 4. 250 ocres 8 niile Mjss Vntr.iiA Davjs Vernon, uear Lev;l pledges, has been received with the In Whitley county the jury system from Mt MR. PHILLIP ROYSON, Miss Becky's nephew, who greatest favor. The people are is a failure and a farqj. Green tln'nks i'Mr. Bob" Is a man, and who is Interdiscuss1M10NR JO, eager to hear he fullet Tract No s m icrji. sold. Wiliiamsburg Republican B. B. Thompson ested in.yacht racing uuestious, and Mr. ion of' national have two complete stores ajso Rockcastle jurors are you free iiitiiiiiaiiiiitiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiii iiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiii James has covered the ground in a .rom such a criticism? lor sale and one complete saw MR BROWN, clerk for Bfnson & Benson, attorneys convincing way. most eloquent and r for Mis Becky, who "came down" with imptirt ajlt fflpfxk, njid who is mistaken by Miss Becky for tho architect with tho mans for horc.it hos pital; by Phillip for ." Ml'.' Bobji by Kitty for III Mr. Saunders, a college chum of Phill ip.'s, and . . has fallen among lunatics who thinks he C.D.Sutton This bunk is homo Institution, Our loans itro mado rlujit ,U3NJJNS (the butler) of noblo blood, interested in iZ liomo to our good fiirmcrs nnd Imslucss mon. in n iiwiiiu IIIUIUIUIOII I'r.nvn Mir.r.nu Patty for our homp puoplo. ovlllmy you good Interest on your ldhT- "ATukf! il ilenrmtt - .anil tlinntm fnnriH. ....,.... jw... lilllu trl, juur liutDiiuui vniti. .....a ...bit ..n. " iVjieht'clc. It Is very simple, convenient anil safe. Call and wo (rlnrfivnx. t list of few articles in MT VERNON SIGNAL Nollli"K is l'urel' tllJ" lh"1 ll,D 'dl I ....,' OME" .1 Furniture, yors. h - 1 1 eq-iall- 'Guess it's going have reputation the BEST "2 1 n.s 11 -- s a"s I well-kep- l.- g- tir.r.S . House Furnishings thjs tucky p-l-'- r That's what they state -- eader-Neither I i'' f?ii ( iiiftpw. am prouS to can prove it take showing n the 2 -- & " '" y i THE FURNITuRE u 5. Mckenzie,lWE RAVE 1A COUNTS ' that's - MT. VERNON, i a pininirnnminmiiniinnnininMnmniinniinniniin Mis-Ha- re COMEDY TWO ACTS 1 1 Wednesday Evening October 25; ' ' ' ' :J hos-plw- i! .... o to n, Vet-non- uei B SS PEOPLES BANK. b R 3C3JCXXaC3C9B3 xrtfcKx&x n!!!!!!!!l!!!!!l! O niHHt!!!!!n!K hei-ola- SOME LEFT the lf. , fHpfn 11 w fristjtution t I 11 -- 1 bargains We still have some quoted last week, left on our shelves We have made these prices in order to attract others, and thoes who take advantage are the ones who will be benefited. Ladies' Lowcuts and pumps in paent leather, vici,gun metal and velvet, price cut one-haMen's Shoes at prices never bgfpre pffered by ths or any other store in Mt. Vernon, 89c All $ WO Underwear goes for Vi Afraid of Ghosh . " Ginghams 5c to tOc per yd Korean Silk in white and lavendar, sale price 35c cut to I Waist goods 30c values go at 7c per yd. Pure white linen at 19c per yard. We are offering many other bargains not quoted in this list. Come in and examine. All sales at these prices strictJ-- Men's $1,25 Hats for " Men's $J00 " yd Best calico at 4 2c . 75c 50c . v . Mnjjy peuple ore afraid of ghosts. Fefv people the 1,osi j8.a lan7 .lnd, - t.Yf Me slrniil of 6frmsmagnified (be erm if B fafti 11 flie 6erm to a ilzo equal to ft? terror ij n?u,J appear more dni(!oni Ge.rms terrible than any can't be avoided. They ore In tho flirwo breMtlia, the water we drink. The germ can only prosper when tho condition of tho gyjtem gives it free scope to establish itself and develop, When there is u deficiency of vifnl force. laniiuur. restlessness, n sallow cheek, a hollow eye, when the appetite is poor and tho sleep is broken, it is time to gujrd against the germ. You can fortify the body against all germs by the uso of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It increases tho vital power, cleanses tho system of clogging impurities, enriches the blond, puts the stom sell nnu organs 01 ingestion anu iiumium in wuriung cunuuiun, u VtiitUle ($W find no weak or tainted spot in which to breed. V Oolderi .MeilicaJ piscqvery" contains no alcohol, whisky or intfreiiiL-ntprinted on its outside vvmppe r, It js not a secj-enostiim jirf 0 mcdfciie of pyqN t cctp f)6 dOMCOSITIQN and with a record p( 40 ffaf-- pf jtci-ther- c Js nothing "just as (!opd," A?'f yuf peighbpf; s f s tm-'cf- s Avi w U3 I d in7 plain tho many ri'lvahtui:es of a checlcinL' uecount. Vnn win iwnu. jivv6 it receipt wjilcjj cannot bo disputed. Tho endorsed cheek, which HIM uy (chikiuu iu M' l Ijrooi oruio nnyrnent of fhQ bill Your money is aaf Q aauQjlltCll ill this bank to Joup crci . iKb'u o'iffi iiii ry it In your pocket or leave it at home t lnny Ik) lost or alolou. " yr- - Como In a'nd lot us talk these matters over with you. SST !) ',) X3 j?3 .frff t " THE BANK OF MT. VERMON, W . niiui I MT. VERNON, KENTUCKY, 1 IUUIUU iluwiililiiiliU yrtipcx$!gx3a8Xi A 2w x$xfrx&x$x -- v fftf S3 v Oyr MQttd: Undenypffr. Oqjiig Olofli, Dress Goods of all ci)i()8, Unut Swcatprs,' Jlai)kots ajd gjiQgs for fill tljo family. Cpmo nntl lot m iiiitko you some pHcee. Will mafce ' you open your oyes . : &I UtHDriTAK !P Our Uno of (Joucli Ca&ves IB untixceljeil .. Uana-mutio M rU 'A' More ..Goods for Less Money the time that everyone has to buy samo Fall nnd Wintur bootls Wo Inive them. G bthin. Olnnks jjj U? --- j( V Wow is m Q f uoilin8U)niisne(i - ly cash jiiuarsu HUllltho County. Ij) , H." IU jHUl-- JL in s v. Chas. B. Mckenzie MT. VERNON, KY. i) All I J) by Wi re Promptly Filled ' orders 'W. A. r1' COX, hrpe$ae$3 xP3cjcc Phone r' 94-- 3 M-- yjj$NQN, KY iw L. L. SANDERS CRAB OKOIIAUD.-KY- . 5di$k& Y&95C1!!Z-&:- $pc$pc x:xx$p&$o3cDt r i TTWf - -- Vf- V .1" " 3" J1 King Off wheri through talkIf it comes from Fish's it' ing over telephone. always be all rightr Kentucky wins a national banRom to the wife of W. T. Davis ner for largest number front rank a fine girl, on the'14. Sunday Schools. Listenl Doi'tou hear more That crowd of young lellows you wedding bells ringing? We do. saw in town last S iturday were The Willing Worktrs vtll meef nearly all wearing Rail's l with Mrs C. C. Davis next WedClothes. nesday afternoon Mr. But), by local tufent, . at The Communion ol the Lord's Graded School building next WedSupper will be obseived next Sun nesday eteniug. Don't fail to be lOUICV'UC ANASHVIILIR n co tlieie. Au.evening' ol real enjoy day morning at the Presbyterian LOCAL Church. Preparatory service will TABLE. 1'IME ment is assured !b; held on Saturday evening at The election comes on Nov. 7. Onll. .... to1a.lirrtk ... Mm .. P m north, ...! . at iw,...vin- - tAWIIUIIKC Hill! ' 21 north If you enjoy a good hearty laugh s;e a copy of Louisville Evening 7 o clock. 3:52 a m 11:38 an' don '1 fail to witness Mr. Bcb Post's atlas oHhe world. ' Contains On last Thtirsdiy afternoon at .uth illiams a "Si Smith .... i2:i9n.ni next Wednesday eveuing. maps of every place on the globe thehomeofMrs.ee. Ias. Landrum, Agent." day that and a world of general information fano work club to be known as Start something each the Lofting Club, was organized la will be of good value and keep it of vita! interest. 'linn: No. 58. The with nineteen members. going at a good .strong clip T HATS During nfereil nt the Mt Vernon, Ky. Poitofflce club will meet weekly matter. as Friday and Saturday Oct. 2o and the afternoon delightful .refreshLast year election Notick officers who havp," seals or kevs in u is the day to get your hats. ments were served by the hostess PERSONAL their possession, are requested to Will have a new line just from the assisted by her daughter Mrs. please forward same to, city. Come WHO-''GE- TS James West of Louisville. THERE" O' D Bryant.. was up from LivS. F. Bowman, County Clerk, Mus. Annik Hkndrickson ingston Snnday. The object of the ciliens meetWEARS OF Mt. Vernon, Ky. Realty Com ing at the court house Wednesday i Ben Parrett is located In San .QUALITY & COM FORT ? Read the program of the play pany is the name of the new firmJ night was for the purpose of get. , Antonio, Texas. posed of Conn Brown and A ting the and eople togetlur ' S. B. McClure was over troin entitled, Mr. Bob, to be given at v IN HE the Graded School building nex.t B Furnish for the purpase of reasoning the matter over in reConway Mondav. " Wednesday evening at 7:30 p. m. c nducting a general GO (ID real estate gard to the unfortunaie .situation Charles Adams was here from The proceeds go fo- the benefit and abstracting business at this our town affairs has been phed in GEAR" AND CONSIDBirea Sunday. of the Christian Church. place. You will see their adver- and to make an effort to meet on Scott' Pitman, of East Hernstadt ERS APPEARANCES A. C. Iliatl has bought the en- tisement elsewhere injjn's paper. a middle ground and agree upon a was in town Sunday. tire interest of T. N. Noe in the AND EASE BEFORE Subpoenas issued by Sunday good selection of candidates for a James Hamm was up from None of the stock of goods, on West Main. C. school superintendents for new board of trusteed. COST fir t of the week. propose- d- candidates, who anof Mr. scholars and tardy H. Mulliusa students is a Charles Chandler .vas here on a Hiatt will run the business and novel scheme to attract nt and com- nounced last week, showed tip Two ticKets will flying trip from Middlesboro. a splendid man he is for the place. mand attention the meeting. One was served L GUARANTEED 4 Judge B. J. Bethurum was over Our good friend Dr. U. J. Brown on the writer a short while since therefore be placed on ballot aud from Somerset first of the week. was the., man who named Quail and of course he had to report so as may the btst fitted men win. , Fritz" and Prank Catron "Oom Vernon's population inMt instoad of W. G. Proc- to stay contempt proceedings. were iu Uichraoud Saturday. last. tor its first postmaster. The Di. Jt pays to advertise if you ad creased 120 per cent between 1900 ARE NOT FOUND IN EVERY STORE was a noted "quailist in that locality vertise right, Buildings and enterV. F, Thompson deputy collectyour and 1910. and that is in GIVE YOU Atf . YOU ENTER, BUT WILL HELP YOU IN just after the war when birds were home paper. or was here from Somerset-Saturda- y. A merchant insa prises kept pace at an almost equal IRON-CLAGUARANTEE WITH MADE YOUR CLIMB. plentiful and ammunition "scearse" certain city used to write Improvements in way of his ad- percent. cyncrete sidewalks run up to more a I. T. Adams has constructed Mt. Vernon of looo inhabitants vertisements on a piece of pasteOVER than 1000 per cent, church affairs greenhouse lor the care of plants has 41 square feet of sidewalk to board and hang it in his storo SHAPE " LASTS OF THE a large per cent, streets, 'culverts "One of his ads. read: and flowers. Is there another each citizen. Last roads 600 per cent, and great MATERVERY Jeremiah Frith, the Brodhead town in the State that can equal year we bad the best vinegar iJT and AND IF THEY DO NOT STAND THE progress w&s made in all lines. lumberman, says there is no donbt it? But for the unfortunate delay towu, and we still have it yet. IALS L STYLES Our people want a continuation of TEST W E WANT TO KNOW IT In the work, caused by injunction I lia men bging elected. For the benefit of the voters TO SUIT such progress aud to do so it is 5th Magisterial district com- necessary George Burdette telephone line- suits last Spring, the average Wo Soil Mora for all to try to stand was up from Stanford during square feet to each inhabitant, posed of Brown and Brodhead man together, pull and push the good this fall, would have been 52 feet. voting precincts, we the week trimming trees. copy that vork; no to hold back and hinder W. T. Sparks is putting in water- section of the Kentucky statute by Rev. T, C. Duke and family We and can sliov you a larger and better stock than any two ax "do nothing" policy. Water relating to cattle, so that those have a good town and the hustlers to the M. G. 'Fuh works at his residence. have moved stores combined in Rockcastle County will be pumped from a concrete voters inav know that when they property on Richmond St. be at tbe helm and see should To-d- ay Logan R. Hughes, prominent pool at "buckeye" spring just have voted a stock law for "cattle" that it continues to grow in imwas in North of railroad to a largo elevated or any species thereof, they have provements and to allow' no backbusinessman ofStapford tank near his house. Water wil voted a law which prohibits any ward step. town a few notirs suntiay. LOOK FOR THE SIGN 'OF THE FISH furnished the' two Kind ol stock from runnino- it Miss Mary Jane Blackledge, of probably be Tbe Farmers Institute j was held and some private dwellings large. Section No. 456 of the Kokomo, Ind., is the attractive schools Kentucky Statutes reads as follows: here last Friday aud Saturday t lire ugh pipes by gravitati n from JUmmmmmmmBtmmmSi guest of Miss Francis Sparks. 456. "CATTLE AND COW" and so far as our farmers are conthe tank. MissEstolla Adams, of Berea. just as well not been "Cattle ' includes horse, mule, cerned had In our previous issues we overwas the guest of Miss Virginia ass, sheep, hog or goat, of any agp held, for there wprp quJv a few looked the marriage of Miss Roxie Davis, from Friday until Sunday or sex, bull, cow, cqlf, and ojf, of them present. Mr. Kijkpatrick Mr. Lloyd Livesa'y ?. potsqn rjqd jolju Sig Thompson and the conductor said he had never Cow includes heilet. John manifested 'prominent, farmers p fov Rev. D. R. Langford, Mj, seen so little man (wo Some three dozen of our citizens Livesay is the oldest daughter of and expressed himself as being WHdJP section were here WedUlC Mr. and Mrs. Wm, Thompson were sumraoued before Judge Be- absolutely disgusted. The attennesday, OTHERS FOLLOW WE LEAD near town and Mr. Livesay is the thurum at Court House Monday dance at each session averaged Logan Lynn a former Rockcastle only son of Mr. and Mrs. W. afternoon for the purpose of gainabout 20 or 25. Tbe hoys corn Lincoln b y, now n prominent lT'S EQUAL DON'T EXIST. D. Livesay and a prominent young ing information against and for growing contest seems to have Senator Joe F. Bosworth spoke TOBACCO CROP IS SHORT. was here on busicounty farmer, farmer. The Signal joins wfth prosecution of persons who have hrounht about as little interest here last Saturday to a No one has ever made a salve, says- tho The Cinciunat Enquirer ness Tuesday. t)ieir m any (fiends in wishing been breaking the peace or guilty and although 6( the United ointment or balm to compare with the county and audience in the interest of his 1911 tobacco crop 4 Bucklen's Arnica Salve. It's the flan p. Miller, of Somerset, oj luiruciious or me jaws ot our them much happiness, business men of Mt. Vernon had candidacy ior senator aud the Re States, while large as compared wi- - one perfect healer of Cutc, Corns-- , fnWllHl I'l"'!" 0. V Jarret wore over eastern land. The inquiry nas aimed offered ,James Kennedy, of Linco'n $103 10 in p iz'js for the publican ticket. He mado several th the average crops of former ye- BurnS Bruises. Sores, Scalds, pnit of county last week inspectmor,e especially toward night pistol nearly 2O per cent short Boils, Ulcers, Exzema. Salt Rhe died in Frankfort, produced yet there were speeches in the. county. county last best corn ars, will be ing timber laud. shooting around town and drunk only Liir, a son ol week, after a surgical operation two boys Jo ol the crop of 191 o, and both the um. For Sore Eves, Cold Sores, Misses Eva Nance and Mae Kennedy and his brother, Will, enness investigation was conducted T. B. Lair, and Eiftu, Thompson, The regular meeting of the acreage and the yield will be con Chapped hands or Sprains its Uurivaled-vfoPiles. Blackburn were here Wednesday were inmates of State prison. by Judges Bethurum, Griffin aud son of W.N. Thompson whweip Wonians Club will be Friday siderably less th .n was predicted supreme. Only 25c at Chas. C. 1 ry it. Lewis and Attorney Conn Brown. from McHenry to atteud the burial the only exhibitors an catried eveuing at the home of Mrs. E. early in the season. The remains were brought back to Davis. Sufficient information was gained away every im0 James D. Pr.octor, his father's G C. Kennedy's home. Report of the Enquirer corresprize, Shame on the S. Albright. As business of Prosecutor Nolte of Tacoma. Hon. E. 9. Thompson, Republi- This unfortunate family has had on 'which there will, be warrants young boys of tle county who portance is to be transacted all pondents in the various counties issued for some halfdozen persons have no more energy or get up. members are requested to be pres- of Kentucky, Ohio and Indiana Wash., claims to have evidence can nominee for Legislator of this four meuibeVs ylio havp bemi The'course of study for and all the important produciug that Jay Fox, anarchist-editor- , .diJript, spqke to r good proyd in, of tho hrankfort bastile in- The investigation will be con- No wonder we aie paupers aud the ent. helped McNamara buy dynamite London Wednesday. cluding the father, G. C. Kennedy, tinued under police Judge Gnfiiu indications so favorable for us to the onsuing year will 0,2 aeon' centers indicate a total harvested to blow up the Los Angeles Times a Judge Bethurum will necess W. H. Cottongim, of Pine Hill who killed his uncle E. B. Keun continue as such. Since all the tinuation QfAtn.erioa.ti history, its area of tobacco in the United State building. arily be away in his canvas has succeeded I. N. Riggs as L edy in Lancaster in 1877 and was of 877. 68q acres. As contrasted premiums have not been awarded Literature, Art and Civics. The Jailer and Sheriff siy they will we will said the & N. coal inspector, with head convicted iu a Rockcastle couri, not pu.h.lish list until next Hilton Adams, aged 17 years, the with the large plauting of loio.thls gJUsually Oliver Cronwell give their assistance amj put fq'rlh, quarters at Livingston. week when we hope to be able to youngest child of Mr. and Mrs. is a decrease of 272, 209 acres, or following before meals: MR. BOB. effort? to bring guilty 'purlieu to per cent. "Some people have food, but no give a full report. Dr E. J. Brown was up from Rome Adams, died yesterday morn shShtly more than 23 A copngejy in two actsj lobp gjven justice and if necessary u dozen this large decre- appetite, others have an appetite, seven, tqnforj Wednesday to see IJiJtoii Notwith,tudmg There was a goodly number as ing, just as the clock struck Wpd.npt.d9y, October 25th,, 191 at or two deputies will he sworn in T havo both. The Atyum app, in pqnsu.uuupu wmi s,einbkd tit the Court house of a complication of diseases which ase in the acreaga total apparent but no food. the Mt, Vernon GradpJ to aid in bringing in lawbreakers. be praised." Lord in the pasp. to the best medi- viald in the United States iu vi Wednesday evening to dtauss the has been a ptuzle Dr. Novell Tick3$ and 35 cents. Although taken approximates 7427 060, 500 poundst James; Procter, aged 24 years, a tQWn situation. Dr. Davis called cal profession. Mrs. James Boone and daughter, ets on sale at C C. DaviV drug explained sick in August, yet his appearance, The 1910 yield wos estimated a' son o) Mr, and Mrs. 2ack proctor, tho meeting to order-anof Maywood, are stqre, Mrs. Campbell, FOR FLETCHER'S Incidental musip furnished won with. Mr. Boone's daughter, Mrs by Mrs. Annin E. Miller and Miss died Tuesday after an illness of the object. Prof. T. A. Houston showed that he was anything but a 93O, 778, 68.1 pounds, and this severa.1 months of consumption. was then elected chairman aud E. well boy many months before that, d make a decrease, in the crop of JameK Rickols, who in very sick. Leila Mae Lovell. Receipts to be on the decline for S, Albright secretary. Dr. Davis, and no doubt kept to himself many this yw amounting to 18S 718, He had Clyde Watson and Uila MisSes & in assisting in paying for the A. II.IUUNISI! of1 Brodhnd,. were the new pews recently Installed in'tln more than two years and hpd done Atty. C. C. Williams, J. Fish, au ache and pain, which he .suffered, jqa pounqs, or about 2O per cent. iui OONNHUOWN Carson, Brown-Furnis- h as The difference iu the ratio of decguests of Mr. and Mrs.P . L Dur- Christian Church of Mt. Vernon. everything within bis power to Wm. Poynter, Rev. Geo. S. Wat- in the meantime. "DjutftyuV ham on Newcomb Ave. Sunday. Everybody come and enjoy this regain hjs health. Tbe deceased son, S. T. Proctor, R. B. Mullins, he was aftecti'auato.ly called, was rease between th? acreage and the the production is accounted for by the Wo do ii general Real ltato Mrs. J. C. West is with 'her par bright and laughable play and con- naa 'or several years oeen an em- W T. Davis, V. L. Richards, C. exceedingly popular with business; haiullu town and faun many friends fact that in many sections, particulywder made yonnger set and had ploye of the Railroad company D. Sutton and Pti-and Mrs. C. C Will- tribute to this good cause. ents, Attv. piopuity, do rthstriwtlnjr and arly throughout the burley belt, p.isd 011 titles and when his health bjgan to fail' shcrt talks on the p:st and future amoug the older class. The Mr a two weeks visit. iams for If yo.it want to soil list your prop- sister, Mrs. C. H. lhecrop, being composed largely The wave of hoodluinism that wen, West qnd. woikcd fqr a of leavesone The question of Mt. Veri'on. West, came up and spent Sunday, with ub; If you want to buy wo b'een oji nere for past few una ani vou monev length of time thinking a board of trustees was then dis- White, arut a brother, Casper of a coarse, heavy leaf, will weigh "vj'ctpr Tate, whp isstijl ffi't-- thp has wui iiKuiy uc uuecKCd p'arhaps the change would do him cussed, and on motion, which Adams, of Hanisburg, III., aud a out heavier, than last yaar, niOIHII X Lyceum Comedy Qo is now in when it is knowu and good, but all of no avail, and a few carried ununiinousiv, Mesbis W. father and mother who are crushed Alabama, is journeying to tho far officers wont stand for it. It is months miice realising that his J. Spirks, W M. Poy'nter, S. T. because of the loss of their only South, where he will spend most plaimed by some that this condays were numbered, returned to Proctor, W. T, Davis and Dr R child at home to comfort them iu -- of the winter. v dition of affairs would not have his home near Wildie, to spend W. Dyche were named as suitable Mioir declining veara. The burial A. B. Furnish spent most ot arisen bad not the board of trustees his remaining days with his family men and a committee appointed will take place this morning at He wa iho week in Louisville. X town had their hands tied and loved ones. We have never to ascertain i( the gentlemen would Freedom burial ground, b:side his ofthe t ie representative o: Landrum by the, injunctions served on them known a ipore upright y0nng man tnako the race All of the gentl&- - little sister who preceded him many co mcil to the Grand Cquncil last pfing, and were tumble there- than hp, and the uritlmply death men named-exceMr. Spajks, years to the grave. Vvljich mpf Mpnday. by fo enforce t.iejr ordinances or of one whosetfutue was so bright, who was out of toyvtii wer.e present Mrs. S. D. Lewis is in Chatta- make any Improvements on account makes it only the harder for his and consented to be camlidates and I nooga to b present at (ie wedding of lack of funds, and that owing family and friends, Tho burial so fur as vo have been able to Tor Infants and Ohilareu. of her sister, Miss Annie 'Weber. to this 0 certain element got the took place yesterday nt the family laaVti Mr. Cn.rlrc tvill alcn nc to Mr. Machlr J. Dorcv, of Colum- fool notion into their heads thaj burying ground near Buckeye cert b Place on the ticket, vet that Tfl9 Kind YPU HaYB AlVJaVS BOUgM bia, Mo. The wedding will be at thev could do the hoodlum act with Masonic honors of which is not assured, a he is now in Ohio I Boa, 0 NO ALUM, NO LIME PHOSPHATE the Weber home in Chattanooga, especially at night firing pistols he had been an honored member and'will not rtturn for a ny orl aignaturo.of 2nd. ' Nov. and carousing. ' for years. T tvyrj, Itia Miller of Frankfort, is with relatives here lor a few days. John Walker Chas'een the merVlT Vkinon, Ky. Oct 20 It,ll chant of Jo'hnetta was in town up ".No. 79" when I, r f Cnll wnlloCommunl T? Q Wednesday. XJ rJ you U. G Baker was in Louisville onto wlihHIONAI this week buying more goods for his mammoth store. Marshall Owens has moved to his new resideuce which he recently erected in the Asher addition. . ML VERN IN SIGNAL). " rs All-Woo- &.T? T57, 1 infill llHliS' Ever Notice J I Recoml-clnss.ma- THE MAN 'SHOES Wm rrM .tflp Brown-Furnis- h IV ."v f -- -- I'-- 1 BELIEVES - "RUNNING Brod-bea- d sou-in-la- The Bates SHOE For Men , Young Men's ALL-WOO- post-office- SUITS and Overcoats WE 1.1" "NATURAL win-d&- Suits or Overcoats at $15. and up GOOD CLOTHES BEST in-th- e We Are Ready to Fit You Slvles 1- - 1st 4. Let Us Show You tw b inU-res- t good-size- - d r ' 1 School.-Admissio- n -- 1 d Children Cry O ASTO Rl A Realty Co. n i the-pfop- le v I pt CASTOR A BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure made The only Baking Powder Tartar from Royal C rape C ream of ROYAL ZM Ufj 'V- - ,3r : 'X "'J L. -- C7 3 o iffi a A"- H .Mr tl VVr t .if V & TO Dr. J. Harry Hendren j THE DEMOCRATS OF THE SEVENTEENTH SENATORIAL DISTRICT. ' Wis USE 6 1 DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE. And don't 1 :i .. OF BELL COUNTY Independent Republican Candidate For V .f " ' "!' . STATE SENATOR ON THE COUNTY UNIT PLATFORM 1 hii B I IBB W i 111 it JOE BOSWQRTH. of Middlesboro of the j Vf r . To the Democrats and Republicans 17th Senatorial District , The Evening Post believes the Republicans have nominated in the Seventeenth Senatorial district, large 1. Republican, a candidate who ought not to be elected. Mr. Uosworth's opposition to the county unit law diMHialifies him for service in the Senate at this time. Wo have set forth heretofore the obiec ions u Mr. Bosworth's emdidaey, the objections to Irs po'itical affiliations in the Demo cratic pariy. and that the praise, for efficiency has c une to him- Irom the Louisville Times, a newspaper praisVs no one, Democrat or Republican, who has followed un unselfish, pitriu"iiic course. The Dim .cr.it lave not nnmed any candid tes, but there n an independct candidate, Mr. Hendren. and he ought, to have the vote of independent men, Republi .Mr. can or DeuiDCiiUh. Heiutren is qualified for the service and moreover hw noMtion is so clear!) known that no one can make a mistake about what he would do it he wore at Frankfort. He has no entangling alltane: in either party, Uy character mid by prevailing conditions he is es peciallv fitted for service in the senate this time, and we urge in dependent voters of the Seventeenth district tp make his election certain. Post. - have fo grease but once a week. Made in Louisville by CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO. 6 Couldn't Walk! '1 ' ih-i- "I used to be troubled with a weakness peculiar to women," writes Mrs. Anna Jones, of Kenny, 111. "For nearly a year, I could not walk, without holding my sides. I tried several different doctors, but I grew worse. Finally, our druggist advised Cardui for my complaint was so thin, my weight was 115. Now, I weigh 163,Tand I am never sick. I ride horseback as good as evcrV?I am In fine health at 52 years." 1. Cardui womln'stdnic We have thousands of such- letters, and more are arriving jlaily. Such earnest testimony from those who have tried It, surely proves the great value of this vegetable, tonic medicine, for women. Cardui relieves women's sufferings, and builds weak women up to health and strength. If you are a woman, give it a trial. It should help you, for it has helped a million others. It Is made from pure, harmless, herb ingredients, which act promptly and surely on the womanly organs. It is a good tonic. Try it Your druggist sells it 1 K.-enin- this County Unit Both Republican and Democratic platforms r Bill. Joe F. Bosworth, pretended Republican nominee State Senator $pedyc&jc xpqjrjDx 39rjDc$fc the an avowed opponent son, Rockcaatle. Pulaski, Laurel, Whitley, Knox and GRANVILLE OWENS T Jnt t RtlL and it is a fact that, the Cnnntv - J" UNDERTAKER and use his Senator from this distriet, he did at all times cast his to prevent Brodhead Ky ihri?flamatiiieca?Ubeukc!llS the passage of the County Unit Bill. , (Hid t is tube restoaed to its normal COMPLETE LINE DR. J. HARRY HENDREN, of Bell County, who is an Independent Republic? condition, hearfug will be destroy cd forever; nine casej out of ten Coffins, Caskets and Robes. candidate in this district for State Senator against Bosworth,has always been a temperance are caused bv Catarrh, which is All Mail, Telegraph or Tele- nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. phono orders Promptly '' and a temperate man. We give One Htuidred Dollars Filled. for any case of Deafness (caused Certainly, no Democrat or Republican can afford to vote for Bosworth whn both par- - bycatnrrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for " &ycyc&yc& KDtcS&dir r free. things for which he does not stand and for which h? is unalterablv ooJ circulars F. Chennky & Co tv olatfnrmsiindnrse J. well-kno-- wn w-- BE CURED. by Iacal applications, adopted as they year. Indorse the cannot reach the direascd portion There only one for (counties of Jack- of ihetoear. deafness, is and Mhat i. way cure by constitutional remedies. Deal Bell) is of ress i caused by an inflamed con dition of the mucous lining of Letylslature ns. the Eustachian . Tube. When this . Murine his service?; in ., - . , .., . i n iiuoe is iniiamen you nave a rum 'bli?K,,S0"D.f ?r ""perfect hearing influence vote ana is entirely closed. DEAFNESS CANNOT Write to: Udies' Advisory Dept, Chitlanoori Medicine Co.. ClultinooM. Tm.for Special Instructions, tad book. "Home Treatment lor Women," tent free. ) 61 j I - , are appealing to all citizens, regardless of party affiliations, to help us rid this 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, why, after he was posed. "Wife , Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all Druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Family Pill for coustipation. bird-man'- 5!C3!eX 3CDcXXp!C.) elected on the Temperance ticket, he suddenly became opposed to the County r when he got J to Frankfort, and did all in his power to defeat it. Unit Bill, Surely, a man who misrepresents his constituents, as did Bosworth, does not deserve the support of the good people of the 7th District; we say NO! The first map has ap peared in Paris. Missouri raised a million dollar." wortbof cottcn in 1910. Fish oil is produced by boiling and pressiug sardines. The total oil product of the United Sutes in 1910 was 204 000,000 barrels. s DELPHI WEBB Real Estate Sold' ft $Town and Farm Property Bought & If you wnnt to buy a home in town or call sua tee our list. List your property with ua for 3ae. Office in Masonic Buililil- g- the LOG CABIN, or under the ROOSTER, and vote under Dr. Hendron's picture and vou have voted for every .mm on the Republican ticket except Bosworth,' or everyone on the Democratic ticket and against Bosworth, as there is no Demo" , cratic candidate against him. You can vote- - under Don't trifle with a cold is good ndvice for prudent men and women. It may be vital in case of a cLild There is nothing better than "Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for coughs and colds in children. It is safe nnd sure Sale by Chas. C. Davis. girl lenrns that the men don't mean the nice things they say to her, they quit saying, them Uy good farm DELPH July 0.2m. & WEBB, K-Y- the tim n LIVINGSTON. . Yours very respectfully, l ' DDf3Gy W. T. FRANCIS, fryd$frc$DK&yz toon : I IS TH1J WORLD GROWING Monumen ta BETTER? Many things go to prove that it is. The way thousands aie trying Mt Vornon, Ky to help others is proof. Among them is Mrs. W. W. Gould, of Homo and oflleo In the lato rcaldenco Pittvfield, N. H. Finding good Dr. Myers formerly occupied on Old health by taking Electric Bitters, Main St., Mt. Vernon. "&.' vk she now advises other sufferers, everywhere, to take them. "For Sr years I suffered with stomach and kidney trouble", she writes. , JKT7" "Evary medicine I used failed till Jem I took Electric Bitters. But this great remedy helped me wonder-fullv- . ' ' "They'll help any woman. . They're the best tonic and finest liver aud kidney remedy that's DENTIST roaae. iry tuem. you'll see. MT. VERNON, KY. of and 50c a,t Chas. C. Davis'- Office at residence on Main S and At a meetiuR of the Woman's Now Therefore be It resolved, nifarious liquor tool, And WheiCdS, it is a well known Crown and Bridge "Work Granite Monuments of all Specialty. Work guaranteed. Christian .Temperance Union held fact that Mr. Bosworth is a tool first that Bo worth's acts and deeds Fourth, that a copy of this in Pineville, Kentucky, September of the liquor ring of Kentucky and do not, in our estimation, make resolution be sent to ail of he kinds. Estimates furnished C. C. 6th, iqir the following resolutions is thereby an enemy of the good him a fat representative ot the Woman's Christian Temperance on application. ATTORNEY-AT-LAwere offered and unanimously women and the temperance cause good people of this district. Unions In this district and then GEO. OWENS Propr. ( MT. VERNON. KY. ndopte: of this Senatorial District. Second that we commend Dr. special and solicited in the fight Phono 112 SrOFFICE. On 2cd. floor o Whereas, Dr. J. Harry Hendren And Whereas, it is a well known Hendren to the decent, law abiding for temperance. The Bank of Mt. Vernon, on Church announced him-j'npnnlp. Jrrpsniv t.iuo of narlv "nf o this 'ptinty has left me with a frightful cough and fact that at the meeting of the Fifth, that a copy" of these street. Special attention given very weak. I had spells when 1 could Independent Republi.an this district, as a man well fitted j to collections. hardly breathe or snoak for 10 to 20 last legislature, Mr. Bosworth did resolutions be printed in all the State Senate in for the minutes. My doctor could not help Phone No. 80. by his vote help send the County to represent this district in the1 papers throughout this Senatorial me, but I was completely cured by t the Seventeenth Senatorial ' Unit Bill to a whiskey committee State Senate, and one who will D.strict. tfc UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER coui posed t)f of Kentuckv, of which he was a member and not misrepresent his constituency T. tne coujitieH ot Knox7 Whitley, which committee did Lodge Dlrootory Court and Mrs. H.hv President, not report and who will vote for the County COURTS Laurel. ;Rockcastlef- Pulaski, Jack-.- . the bill to the Senate for passage. Unit Bill, first, last ,and all the Mrs. T-WARaVicePres Mrs. J. E. Cox, Jollet, 111. Circuit Couri, lit Monday in January, (4 Joe F. ii and Bell, against Mrs. Aucb FdsojTi time. WR BOo AND 11.00 AT ALL DRUGGISTS. weeki), 4 tli Monday In April (two weeks), Uep'ublican nominee. And Whereas, at the last local Third; that we earnestly a.sk 'Y Miss Cynthia Austin, 3rd Monday iii August (three weeks). - Mrs, juicy Hoskins, Dr. Hendroi's option election held in Middlesboro bolli" the Democrats, Republicans And Whereas Quarterly Court, 1st Monday' in "each M RS. LlNNIE ElAVOOD, month. rt cord in private and public life on Kentucky, Boswrth worked for and people of all political parties County Court, Uli Monday In each month. Virginia G' Stjwbnson, the whiskey question has always and did all in his power to retain of this district to join with us aud' FOR FLETCHER'S the siloons there. Mrs..SakahTi Richards. Mt. Vernon Police Court, "3rd Monday In' help rid this disirict of this been right; HENDREN CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE. Dentist. RESOLUTION BY -- 'ADOPTED THE WOMAN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE UNION i R. W. DYCHE Manufacturer I Williams, PrJFIIMflNlfl U can-cudat- e 3.C.MeCLARY JJis-Iric- r - DR. KING'S New Discovery Chlldrsn Cry R. Bos,-vi.rt- 1 each mouth. CASTC)RIA Stanford, Ky. ' , VT k va && . EL ?