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I t Fridayouni flevnon iRrills UisVOLUME XXV MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY OCT 27 1911 NUMBER 5 f Art OPPORTUNITYTOSEECITYSTYLES r And BUY atI4E8S than CITY PRICES I 4nod LadiesU1 MA Jo A 1VL V v yvv V Tailored Suits if fancymaturescall especial attention to our allwool Serge Sand fancy mixture suits satin lined at 1175 stores get J 500 for these At 1650 to 2500 we save yqu 3 to 5on t k the suit These are made by New Yorks best H tailors and are gems f Coats Fine Black Cloth and Kersey Coats from 5 to 35 Lany of them with the new large collars i Fancy Mixed Coats There is a rage on these and we show you a swell j a line of ladies and childrens 5 to 1850 1 t rct W 1 2J 8rte L f + 7 t IJ au- e H t H s Mi f Is 5 555 5ee5551ot 55 eef 1ee-s s s sN r t II n n s e ooaoeeeeooes women ob to Rubbers- on account of weight and clumsy appearance but rJ oeeOG Oy 6- v 1 c oVE ca This Rainbow Sandal fits like a glove and has high Cuban heel They are neither cumbersome nor heavy but add greatly to the appearance of pair ofshoes on wet day No can afford to get her feet wet It is the foundation of many a serious dGoodyear Glove Brand See above trademark in shank Sold by b had better be about your i Weve Got Every size and nothing but New to to show you Old Rubbers carried over are no good Weare showing a big line of Mens HEAVY ARTICS tC1C11111tll1Ct Rl1RR1l ldlrinritlritlClriRri lritll 1C1CR11t1 JL71llILLiIIJLJ Ladies and sses Long Coats I e 005000 SO r o their e Womens woman 7Qo O30 iJ Q r QQQQ a Q t f t LOOK FOR THE BRAND u itEl I When you buy Hosiery if want the best on earth t You have no darning when 1 you use EIFELJt Hosiery TRY A PAIR t ric r to n n mac t c nn rr n i iXLn godrsiandJ g so many you have no trouble just the style suitable to you We have made here and we wont let a 5 poor fitting leave our store Our Wear section is full of hundreds of garments bought iii the great New York I market Our motto is Your Worth shopbforef Come and spend a day with us and take home more goods for a dollar than ever before C vvvv bran r eI 0 The first people to ever handle U M in this town Because ve areIe first to show a line with all the 1 Fine Fine and all i thetiNew Styles yon would find in Ii any of the large cities Theses e I Suits are the IVof one ftf tHe grefit East Ieern concerns rfJ D Suits every day and aU the will be our Suits Call 5521 soday or tomorrow and we will take 5522 in you the line 5522 e e fJ 10 e tooA 4 o f ate eS s ee eeeeee eeee5e ssae eree e ro rooro ieaeeeeeas s 1SSsb s s s 000 s s a s s sss orrI II I 1 s II J t BB 8 ee I Silk 5 5 e e S ASSS 0 0 s oe0 e i e sS SJ1 e 1 s e n ttl n If JIU q t3 I are very new and you can use side out One side one dark 1SilkfGuaranteedBlack Silk Petticoats = 250 Petticoats at 300 with l on very new 450 a line of in 1SEVERANCE SON 1 o Yr117 Main and StreetsTi- n I MANY a a illne- ssDainty Rubbers A thinking Rubbers Goods b giou EIJ- iHosiery PEL youf selecting alterations garment Readyto fashionable Moneys profitable 01eWHY IARE lADIESSUITSlili Successfully 4weai Tailoring Quality productions ujWE ARE SELLING iim welldressed ltAomen wearing pleasure showing through Price 3QiP cQon eelTHF EMPORIUM Petticoats Fancy Blacks Values 295 e Reversible Coats These light Petticoats Moussaline Blackand Colored Moussaline Petticoats fringe the OnePiece Dresses rWe OnePiece Dresses 2500fI Corner Depot LlTlNGSTOiN Mrs Jamey Burton and little daughter Lola and Mrs Alice Griffin of Va are the guests of Mrs Ruth StanleyMrs W m Bogart has returned to her home in Cincinnati after spending several weeks with her niece Mrs CE Rice She was by Lawrence Rice and Willie Gray S C Franklin and little son Bernard of Mt Vernon passed through here Wednesday enronte to Lexington to see his sister Mrs Margaret Grimes who is quite sick Mrs O A Frith of Brodhead is pending the week with her mother Mrs A PenningtonMrs Roy Fenwick is visiting in Lebanon Mrs C M Griffin of Louisville has been the guest of Mrs J B HaysBen Fishback of Mt Ver non was here with friends Wed and Mrs Jake Pike are rejoicing over the arrival of a five pound baby girlS E Penn ington has sold his restaurant stock and rented to R B Sams Samuel McDaniel and Miss Thena Morris were quietly married at the brides home on Tuesday evening Oct 24thHardin Haffey has bought the property of C M Griffin on Gauly Branch Mrs Fred Nabors is visiting relatives iu Middlesboro Earl Rice who is attending school at Williamsburg was home several days last week on account of thee sickness and death of his Mrs Elizabeth J Rice Miss Ella Stanley has moved her millinery stock to Bowman store house on Main StJE Woodall was here attending at tending the revival Wednesday Miss Bertha Hicks is quite ill at this writingMiss Ida Hamlin entertained quite a number of her little friends Monday evening Mrs John Gentry has been quite ill the past Carico has moved Into Bowmans prop city on Main StMrs W Birdwell of Louisville is the guest of her sister Mrs Mat Crouch MrsyJ R Llewellxnlof McKee is with her sister Mrs J A Oliver improvedtpnirinRiThosepot attending the Baptist revival are certainly miss ing some fine sermons r j Mrs L B Hilton of Stanford is with her parents Mr and Mrs J Emma Frith and daughter Ruth are visiting in Livingston this weekMrs Ellen Mabaffey visited in Crab Orchard Mrs Frank Sutton and children of Mt Vernon are visiting home tolksPer Sheltou has taken charge ot the lunch house vacated qy Mis J M Clark Mrs Clark moved into the house vacated by Orea Fritby He will move to his farm next week Homer was in town again first of the weekMiss Lillie Farris placeland groom Rev A J Pike officiated The groom is clerk in J M Adams store They are now on their honey moon They will make their home in Brodhead Success to themMrs J M Turpln of Jellico Tenn is visiting relatives hereE S Albright was down from Mt Vernon last Tuesday on business Forest Coffey who has been ill for several months remains about the same Little Willie Gravely Newland has diptheria Last Tuesday about eleven oclock the Frith Hotel caught on fire and have burned down had it not been for the quick response of some of the good people in town who ought bravely No one knew how it originated although the loss was not verymuchE L Cantrel as bought the poultry house from Mr Tvce Mr Cantrel and his family are at the hotel Mrs Thos Evans is with her parents at Lyons Station Edgar Tatum was up from Rileys first of the weekChas Gibbon of Corbin was in town calling Mrs Judith Chesnl1tlsIdown from Maretburg bedaughterChrs Chandler of London was calling on the merchants here Monday a dryFORt ASTOR I A 4 4 Esta b lis h edAl 1887 I Sk t r VI either ruffle show pretty r r r I e a o r r 5 accompanied nesdayMr grandmother weekAvin LII BKODHEA1 RCassMrs a 1IJ t ilIin His infinite wisdom and love has seen fit to remove from our midst our friend and fellow En deaverer Hilton Adams be it that oui Christian En deavor Society has lost not only a faithful attendant and a charter member but a warm friend and co worker in the interest of the that we extend our deep regret and heartfelt sympathy to his parents brother sister and circle of friends THIRD that a copy of these reso lutions be incorporated in the minutes of the Society a copy sent to his parents and a copy sent to the MT VERNON SIGNAL for pub lication LUANNA WHITEHEAD JAMIE THOMPSON Com LEWIS MILLE- RROCKOASTLE I COUNTY i COURT Lt s Jd Whereas on the 28th day of Aug ign a petition was filed in the officefthe County Cgurt Clerk of Rockcastle County signed by 20 legal qualified voters of the fifth magisterial districts of Rockcastle County asking a submission of anyPspecies thereof shall be permitted to run at large in said fifth magis terial district of said county It is now ordered by the court that a poll be opened at each of the voting precincts or places of voting in said magisterial district at the general election to be held in said district on the 7th day of Novem ber 1911 for the purpose of ascer taining the will of tbe voters of t said district upon the question whether or not cattle or any specie thereof shall be permitted tot run at large in satd districts iLW RETHUKUM J R C C Copy Att S F BOWMAN C R Cc aSIThebest plaster A piece offv flannel dampened with Chamber sins Liniment and bound on over the affective partsis superio ton plaster and ocsts ooh on f tenthas much For sale by Uhaa Davis VH r itt l MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY Oct 27 1911 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT J SUBSCRtPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on application MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION DEMOCRATIC TICKET For United States Senator OLLIE MJAMES For Governor JAMES B McOREARY For LieutenantGovernor HOWARD J MoDRRMOTT For AttorneyGeneral JAMES S GARNETT For Auditor HENRY BOS WORTH For S ite Treasurer THOMAS G RHEA For secretary of State C F CRECELIUS For Supt of Public Instruction BARKSDALE HAM LETT For Commissioner of Agriculture- J W NEWMAN Par Clerk of Court of Appeals ROBERT L GREENE The most significant thing which has occurred in educational affairs in Kentucky for years is the great night school movemet originated by Mrs Cora Wilson Stewart President of the Kentucky Edu cational Association and which was adooted in Rowan County in the month ol September Those schools were carried on allover the County the teachers doing volunteer service Persons from 18 years of age to 86 were enrolled numbering over 1000 in all After two weeks night school the clamoring for a longer session influenced the teachers to teach two weeks more during the moon light nights of October In Rowan county about 100 persons learned to read and write and many others became so interested that they have entered day school to secure a better education also it has created a demand for pri vate schools for adults when the public schools shll close A number of persons who at the be ginning oi the night schools could not even write or read their names were ablear the close of the two weeks term to write the County Superintendent a letter and she has = J fy many of such lettero as her ireasim B possessions This c1eriori rdies the fact that adults learn with remarkable rapidity and that it only requires a vigorous united effort to abolish adult illiteracy iu KentuckyAs of the Kentuck y Educational Association and as County Supetintendent Mr sI Stewardwill appeal to b t Ci nn v Superintendents and teach s Kentucky to establish a gilt school in every rural school Every teacher will be solicited to educate at least one ONE FOR EVERYONE will be the logan and if ten thousand Kentucky teachers will aim at ten thousand illiterates Kentuckys position in the educational world will be vastly different in the couise of a very few years TO THE VOTERS OF MT VERNON Advertisement Having been solicited by many of the good citizens of the town of Mt Vernon to become candidates lor the office of Trustees at the November Election 1911 and baying accepted said invitation and consented to run we desire to set forth and make public what we believe should be the policies and principles of the Board of Trustees for said town and which if elected with the aid of the people we shall expect to carry out We favor strict compliance with the law in regard to monthly reports of all fiscal officers showing in detail all money that has been collected from what sources and how expended The law requiies that these reports shall be made monthly and we favor its being strictly complied with Since there is now no necessity for the levying of what is common Iv known as an occupation tax so fi r as the requirements of the town are concerned the object tor which one was levied having been dispensed withwe therefore oppose the enforcement or levying of such a tax We favor the very lowest tax rate possible that all expenses shall be kept as low as possible and the public funds used only for necessary purposes such as improving and repairing the public street and crossings and so as to result in the greatest good to the greatest number ct our citizens We are in favor of the stock law as it now stands we do not believe that stock should be allowed to run at large on the streets of the town We favor the strict enforcement of the penal laws We oppose lawlessness drunkenness arid the discharging ot firearms on our streets ought to be suppressed and we believe every good citizen should lend his aid to the officials of the town and County to this end and in furtherance of that view we positively appose the sale of all intoxicating liquors such as Mal t Mead Near Beer and kindred drinks I The taW Hqliires ttidt the Mar stilt befutb he enier UrkHi the di3chnrg of his duty shall give bond with appro securiry for the protection of all citizens against any wanton or other illegal mistreatment on the part of toe Marshal or for other misdeeds or im proper conduct on his part He cannot enter upon the duties of the office till this requirement has been complied with SWe favor the advancement anJ progress of our towuTe ate proud of the rapid progress it has made in the past few years and we sincerely hope that the good work will continue we pledge ourselves il elected that with the aid and doIall in our power to keep the of progress in motion We respectfully solicit your IDR R W DYCHB M POVNTEK R A SPARKS S T PROCTOR W T DAVIS RICKETY EN F FAME 0 Many of the mcu whose name we revere today n science art itature and suffered from rtsnltilg1intal violence which can only he ribed as superacute mania descI The poet Cooper had strong idal tendences yet he wrote John Gilpm when suffering from inten se melancholia Shelly had an insa W1SIand his sister Mary stabbed hl r mother to the heart while insane Wbrdsworth and his sister Dorothy are almost a parall to Charles and Mary Lamb At the age of thirty Coleridge was broken down and he died a wreck ixtytwo Southev came of an insane stock The mother ol Richard Brinsley Sheridan th dramatist dted demented at forty o Pope was defomed and ricketo and Keats was neuropatic to his fingers tips Bryoas mother Aas unbalanced and so wos his maternal grandfatherAuswers Lon donAVERTS AWFUL TRAGEDY Timely advice given Mrs C Willoughby of Marengb Wis CR No i prevented a dreadful tragedy and saved two lives Dr had said her dreadful cough was consumption cough and could do little to help After many remedies failed her aunt urged her to take Dr Kings New Discovery I have been using it fo some tine she wrote and the awful cough has almost gone It also saved my little boy when taken with a severe bronchial trouble This matchless medicine has no equal for throat and lung troubles Price soc and 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed bv Chas C Davis Children Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTOBt i 3gaGgae 1OvivAJWjWe still have some few articles in the list of bargains J quotedlastweektleft on our shelves We have made y 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 t vici gun 1meal and velvet price cut onehalf Mens Shoes at prices never before offered by this prh any other store in Mt Vernon B All H1 OUnderweat goes for 89c 8 Mens 125 Hats for 75c W t MiLs 1 00H H 50c i Best calico at 412c yd Ginghams 5c to JOc per yd Korean Silk in white and lavendar sale price 35c cut to 19c I Waist bods 30c values go at 17c per yd Pure white linen at 19c per yard Wt are offering many other bargains not quoted in this j list Come in andexamine All sales at these prices strictly c sDJI n l Chas B McKenzie il MT VERNON KY kd J i36P iKM jit r I Listen tidnt he njs ikpM and hink that t iucild tu have n juhlic sale I hm nlya 1 ertisiiig to sellPrtvaleIand Will not sell publicly Call any time you want r II buy and I willsett yen just what volt want on easy ternn0 Tract No 138 acres 4 miles tiouth of Mt Vernon within one mile of the new pike that is now eing constructed Renumber to ih totractabove track Tract No 3 74 acres and 160 f iidikiomil 6 miles from Mt Ver lion The Hausford standwill sell part or allof this tract Tract No 4 250 acres 8 miles from Mt Vernon near Level Green Tract NY 5 n j acr sold IalsoMv two complete stores for sale and one complete saw mill with hand saw and grist rocks Insfut1 IS PIIE 1tiOtLIi BEIlE tHOVINGI itlIsThthem Mrs W W Gnp oi Pia field N H Fnidiiig kind heihh hy taking Electric Bm rs she now advises other nfic rs everywhere to ofrieM Knrj years I Buffered with stomach and kidney trouble she writes Every medic e used fa ed 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 n ade Try them Youll see soc at Chas C Davit FARM EOR SALE2O acres more or less situated in Boyle county nine miles South West ol Danville Ky A splendid farm for corn oats or blue grass Lies on the pike from Junction City to Lebanon and is in a stone throw of the L S N R R As I shall be Hagigard of Brodhead Ky The farm will bs sold at a sacrifice Title perfectly good W T EVANS Oct 6 tf Brodhead Ky You are not experiiiiciiting on yourself when von ttke lains Cough Remedy fork a cold as that prepnrrtioi has oits great reputation rind extinsmif sale by its remarkable cures of colds and can alvpvs be depended upon It ieq nllv valuable for adults and chi dren and may be given to young children with implicit con fidence as it contains no harmful drug S1d by Chas C Davis A pneumatic rug or shake down has een invented tor the convenience of motorist Who must lie on their backs beneath their cars while making repairs J tttt tfttttTtft1tt 4t4f1Etit1iIi11SliitiFfi ii141litlilif tqE 1ii il4litftififit11tiilit9tii111w 4 I GOING SOME I pV ThE FURNITURE WIT KY 3 z ill tftlitidillttliilldiitlliililldlftlillliliiiliil l GIVE AID TO STRIKERS Sometimes liver kidneys and bcwels seem to go on a strike and refuse to work right Then you treed those pleasant little strikebreakers Dr Kings New Life Pills to give them natural aid and gently compel proper action Ex cellent health soon follows Try them 2ic at Chas C Davis Wilbur Wright states that the new flying machine he and his brothers retesting in North Carolina has for its object to mount in the qirshut off the motor and stay floating for an indefinite period as the buzzards do The present aeroplane inusl come down as soon as the motor stops The new machine is de signed to continue floating in definitely after the motive powei has been shut off Walk toward a big mirror and ten tc one you will remark that you have a more awkward walk than you imagined When You Think Of the pain which many women experience withevery month it makes the gentleness and kindness always associ ated with womanhood seem to be almost a miracle While in general no woman rebels against what she re gards as a natural necessity there is no woman who would not gladly be free from this recurring period of pain Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription makes weak women strong and sick women well and Jives theta freedom from pain It establishes regularity subdues intlam matlon heals ulceration and cures female weakness Sick women are invited to consult Dr Pierce by letter J free All correspondence strictly private and sacredly confidential Write without fear and without fee to Worlds Dispensary Med ical Association R V Pierce M D President Buffalo N Y curethemIn handsome clothbinding 31 stamps DANIEL BOONE GREASE II Martfa in Louisville by CHAS C STOLL OIL CO III tnn 00 I UNDBRTAKBB Iff iIIOur line of Couch Caskets is unexcelled U Handmade Coffinsfurnished Hearse sent to all parts 6f 2 JmIfnmt I WI A COXIPhone 94S 1517 VERNON l Guess its going some to have reputation of KUr J selling the BES- TFurniture 0 Vv I v RugsI Carpetsi Sand House Furnishings in thjs section of Ken tucky That s what they all 1say ai d I am proud to state I can prove it 5 Itll take pleasure in j f showing you the NEWEST thats NEW B MKMZ1MAN VERNON lstilltti3t6lillitl6ili3it61lill6ti11l1i1tESiiltldtlbiid6llt illustratedCommon AXLE nnnnnnnHtHtHHtntntn nnHnHnn nnnn1tnnnnnu WE RAVE I COUNTS I MnMAs small gas a dollar as large as thousands of dollars = Andlto matter how large an account may be- E 3we realize that it is made up of a certain number of single dollars M This fact ought to encourage those who earn mod erate incomes = It qught to induce them to do something toward 3= accumulating a worthwhile provision for the fu = ture = We maintain that a savings account at t1 lnk an account in which the owner is Rl j r = TERESTED is an investment lint to h = 41 j = I Fr3L T 13 Fti D FEOLL3 rf 1 PPJO E if 3 i ltlfllsl4k 111111111111111111111111111111111 nHn r 7n nHn nnng nHH Jntn w ij 14r vv This hank is a home institution Our loans are made right hereat home to our good farmers and business mon It is a home institution Z3- M for our home people We will pay you good interest on your idlefjji funds Make a deposit and then pay your bills with your personal iii check It is very simpe convenient and safe Call and we gladly ex plain the many alvahtages of a checking account You will always IIjhave a ttceipt which cannot be disputed The endorsed check which will be returned to you is incontestible proof of the payment ofthe bill 2SS Your inoHoy is safe deposited in this bank to your credit If you car = IJCome1 V INCORPORATED Sn 5 MT VERNON KENTUCKY ill HUU UllU UUU luu i l1r UHli k r r Our Motto a rk More Goods for ssw Money J dowJs the time that everyone has to buy same Fall arid vs Winter Goods We have them Clothing Cloaks f Underwear Outing Cloth Dress Goods of allkkinds Coat Sweaters Blankets and Shoes f for all the family Come and let us IX I make you some prices Will make youy open your eyes i L L SANDERSa i CRAB ORCHARD KY o i51 pjcSi Yf t I trwT t + h LI 1 TiT VERN N SIGNAL ITVERNON KY Oct 27 1911 IL 79CGU tip No 79 hen you wn tto Comttirii cate with SIGNAL 79 JJ2Lrn R Ft Co TIME TABIE 22 north 453 P m 24 north 352 a m 23 south 1138 a m 21 South 1219 am TAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postoffice as secondclass mail matter PERSONAL J M Norton was 1ifirst of week CD Atty Conn Brown spent Wed nesday in Louisville Ben D Catliff of Williarashurg was in town yesterday Judge L W Bethurum spoke at Barboursville Monday Lnther Hamlin was here from Livingston Wednesday Mrs Jim Bellof Burr has been quite ill since Wednesday Rev George S Watson is at tending Presbytery at Harrods burgHomer Wray telephone manager Stanford was here Monday going over lines Miss Georgia McFerron attended the burial of Mrs Rice at Stanford MondayMrs C Franklin was an Eastern Star delegate to the Grand Council Louisville O V Jarrett was over from Mul lins Station yesterday and reports business rushing Herrin Bros are doing the plaster work on the new addition to Langdon Dormitory Miss Ethel Baker was with her aunt Mrs E S Albright Sunday while enroute to Louisville Judge L W Bethurum and Hon E B Thompson were in Corbin ard yesterjdavOwing to the pastors absence at Synod in Lexington there will be no preaching at the Presbyterian church Snnday Misses Alice Ward Bessie Ham lin Ltda Cook and Eva Fish came up from Livingston Wednesday eVening for the show S C Franklin and son Bernhard were in Lexington this week visiting Mrs Grimes who has been sick for some weeks A H Hamlin one of Rdckeasde Drogressive business men was up from Livingston twice during the week on important matters Chas Chandler the telephone magnate of South Eastern Kentucky was in our town some several time during past month looking after telephone affairs Cull McClure tells of one or his big footed pensioner friends whose foundation is so long he has to back up to bank window when he gets his checks cashed M B Jones one of our good substantial farmers who migrated to this county from Whitley was called to Williamsburg this week on account of the serious illness of his brother LOCAL Get your good warm underwear for all your family at Fishs to4ay The Womans Club meets wttfe Mrs Cleo Brown this evening and the C W B M meets with Mrs1 W G Sparks next Wednesday evening The L N parkman is here putting the park just opposite the depot in tiptop condition an hajt improvement this will be to onr little town But for the daring deeds of Morris Farris and splendid work of ttye- bu f cet brigade the Frith Hotel at Brodhed would have burned MQH day The loss was very smajl thg roof being the principal damage With the various new houses finished and going up there is not a vacant house in town and a number of people are asking for houses to occupy in our place The prediction made twoyears ago i by some that many of our bUildings- AWU d later be vacant aud serve only asbat roosts has proved 4 otherwise LTEi it r you read Fishs add IHave line of sweater and Phoenix mufflers at Fishs Rev Geo Tinsley of Lexington will preach at the Christian Church Sunday morning and evening FOR SALE Three fine bird dogs One old dog and two 10 months old JOHM BENTON- ct 27 2t Brodhead Ky A steam heating plant has been installed at the graded school building A big improvement over coal stove heating If our town gains in population between 191020 as it did between igoolo our inhabitants will num ber 2040 A pretty big jump from 422 in 20 years There is a prospect of a railroad being built np Horse Lick trom Livingston into JacKson county reach 70000 acres of coal and timbered lands owned by Kentucky and other capitalists There is every prospect ofa big deal in coal banks being con sumated in Scaggs Creek Vallev Papers are being covering 65ooo acres and if no hitch comes in the proceedings there will soon be something doing in the valley dearIkindly assisted in the sickness and death of our dear boy and those who tenderly wove together the beautiful flowers we offer our sin cere thanks MR AND MRS JEROME ADAMS About one in five ever thinks of ringing off when through talking over the telephone yet it is one of the most important rules to ob serve in giving good service Perhaps ifa person would keep a string tied on a finger or a tin can hung around the neck they wouldnt forget it Which would you prefer Either will be furnished on appli cation to any telerhone company The whys and wherefores this that and the other not mentioning the otherwise or whichness thereof provises and so forth Mt Vernon with all her progressiness somewhat halted in its push for greater work by the injunction proceed ings last spring is still in the ring it only requires her pushing Ian progressive cit cns to come to tae front to resume aid continue thegoodwork In casting your vote for a new board Of town trustees study the matter over carefully dropping all foolish prejudice and whether you make one cross mark on your ballot or several vote for men you think will give their best thought and work towards improving and bettering the conditiou of our place Dont simply vote for persons you are under the impression that belongs to any certain faction gang or clique our town is too small for people to encourage such but is large jenough to encourage good men as trustees to push improvements anti betterments for our community Miss Annie Fishback apd Mr Clyde Huffman were married Wednesday at Lexington by Rev I 1I Spencer pastor of the Central Christian Church that city Mrs Huffman is a daughter of Mrs Ada Fishback of this city and an excel lent young woman She had only heen living here a little more than a year but has made many friends Mr Huffman is a young business man of Huntington W Va and judging from all reports he is worthy of this young lady They will reside in Huntington This paper joins with fheir many friends in wishing tljem a Jong and fcappy married life C7ctA As we have maintained fo soup years Rqckcastl is rich in miner als and only lacks development The stone and sand business has made a good start and the output ion the increase by jumps and bounds and not many years will pass until our county will be far ahead of any portjqn of qur state in this line iuclu4ing cement The coal business is going fo be developed especially is Skaggs Valley southern portion ofour domains As mentioned elsewhere the prospects are good for tlie the fruition of a tjig enterprise in that line in near future Parties have had an agent in the valley for past twjo years investigating the mineral resources and taking options on lands It requires out side capital for development of our resources and it appears now is a mighty good time to encourage capitalists to take hold s E 2 rt Its better to wearS Fishs All Wool Clothes than to wish you had T N Noe who recently sold his stockof goods toA C Hiatt de cided he was not so anxious to quit the goods business and repurchased the stock LOSTA leather hack day book containing valuable records Also two f2 bills If finder will return book may have the 4 NEAL PARRETT Mt Vernon Kj Woodyard J Owens a son of Jim Owens and Miss Lillie M Farrir a daughter of J B Pains both of Brodhead were married at that place last Saturday They left immediately for a trip to Cincinnati and other northern cities LIVERY SPABLEI have just ret11i ned from Cincinnati where I purchased a number of gopd horses and buggies and have opened a first class feed and livery stable When you need anything in that line give me a call Rigs sent to any part of county Lanrel or Jackson J M FOURE 102731 Livin ton Ky The Graded School was dismissed Mot day and Tuesday on account of not having the heating olant in operation About 9 oclock Tues day evening the first fire was started and we are glad to know that the plant is starting off in great form J Do Eads of Stanford had the contract of installing the plant Mr Bob the twoact comedy pulled offat tbe graded school building Wednesday evening was well handled by the seven young wasIpart but the star was Miss Virginia Davis the maid interested in dra matic art About 37 was realized The same play will probably be given at Brodhead What is wanted in any line of business must be worked for including town affairs By sitting around and saying what ought to be done never accomplished any thing Go in and do your part Put in trustees that have the back bone and business views to do work and have no wishywashy guess wgrk Staqd by ttiem 35 long as they work for the gen eral interest of the town NO VOTE ON LIQUOR A petition filed by the wets of Lincoln countv asking for are submission to the people of the question of saloons or no saloons was thrown out of court by County Judge Bailey at Stanford The drys have made a hard tight and got enough petitioners for an election to take their names off the paper to bring the number in some precinct below the 25 per cent of the vote required by law Lincoln voted dry about four years ago by r 200 majority Less than two years ago West Main street ann railroad street was roadIp y PPO crete waJk are there try and clean for pedrlstrlans to reach their homes minus of the mud Did property holders volunteer to do this work Not much Town board of trustees caused it yet some imIitIsure you are right then go sayingjSCRAPS 4 fullgrown elephant Wilt carry llPOflitThere are known to be at least loo different kind of plants that eat flesh like animals UnitedlSlalesdied last April China ig building a railroad line Ithe SzecljwanHufeh which gives employment to 50000 coolies Before servIng sardines always nIVjgop io it is estimated tat 21ocQQ cOl1nfryIsign qf mourning in Turkey violet in Persia browi apd in Chip white Com mod toads are sold for r a doaen on the streets of Paris t4beJ it t ljM 1iJVd tt N i If ou run a motor vehicle in in Prince Edward Island ou tiinst IIifora period ofSIX months California is building an oil reserIvoir of concretetbe the worldseach holds a million barrels of oil at a cost of 500000 Japan is constructing a network of narrowgauge railways designed to cover the country estimated tb ccst when finished 21000000 RESOLUTIONS Livingston Ky Oct 24 rgn Whereas the supreme ruler of the universe has seen cause in his In finite Wisdom to remove from our midst Mrs Elizabeth J Rice age whoIchurch for the past 53 years beirg loved by all who knew her Therefore be it resolved by the organized bible class of the Christian Cnurch in the town of Livingston First That our president and vice president has lost a good and faith ful grand mother Second That all the good people of our town a true motherly and de voted friend and coworker Third That we extend to the be reaved family and friends our heartfelt sympathy in this their sad hcur of bereavement pointing them to the Almighty God tie giver of all good things Fourth That a copy of these resolutions be spread on our miuutes a copy be sent to bur president for the bereaved family End a copy sent to the Mt Vernon Signal for publication IN MEMORY Op GRANDMOTHER On October 1tJgu the Death Angel came nd took from our midst Mrs Melviney Reams She leaves 5 children 38 grandchildren 26 great grandchildren a devoted husband and host of friends to mourn her loss She was born in the year of our Lord 1841 and has been married 56 years and been a constant member of the Baptist church Amore congenial couple were neve rknown than Grandpa and Grandma No better example of a loving mother Devoted wife rind consecrated Christian could be found than this goble woman always kind and gbaritable she won the love and respect of alL The most we pan say jp praisp of sqqh a character is too little Tn the words of her husband this ha lonesome home without a mother and wife We wi to thank all for being so kind during her illness Tnough long she abode this weary lite at last passed away to join the host who redeeme and lived in endless day May the following lines be ddicated to her memory Grieve not for her as one that is deadfThe soul that God has given Has only passed the turbid stream And sweetly rests in Heavep She knows no more of earthly care Ofearthlyjoy and loye But dwells with toyed ones gone rhefor Jn that bright land abnvp Qofl knows von miss her precious one And the parting gave us pain But which seeing your loss so sad Was only Heavens gain The husband love her childrens 0 kiss Will never greet her more Shes basking in a Saviors smiles On that eternal shore Live Oh live all whom she loved 1That when the urn mons comes Youll live with her forever more In that bigbt Ee4venly home Writteu by a Granddaughter rt B =Biliousness isdue to a disordered condition of the stomach Cham berlains Tablets are essentially a stomach medicine intended es organjtolto litoerand to banish bilipusness pbsitiveiy and effectually Fftr Sale Cha C Davis ITne coal area ofTexasIs TC Since 1884 when the PiOOQOOQIwpretes- timated to contain 31009000 obo tpus of which 8000000000 tons ligni e Dont trifle with a cold is gqod advice fAr prudent pep and women Jt niuy be vital in case pfa oliid There is nothingvbet CoughIjI = rtffft 1 Lr ii 7I j f1it4fflSPEAKINrlOf OVERCOATS t n u IP I Dont overlook the fact that this is the Overcoat Store of this tovii We alone are showing the new I Presto Collar Overcoats which can bworn two nyund looks good both vays We show i them in a wide range of colors and sizes and can fit any man in I Roc caste or adjoining counties at prices ranging fromZ5 up to 20 iar Style VIT Good Workmanshipaiid Long Wear they have no equal 1 FiVE WANT TO SHOW YOU LOOK FOR TIlE SIGN OF THE FISH IIaMASTERLY CONTRIBUTION An exchange says In the Lex ington Heraid of Sunday Judge Thomas Zaninger Morrow of Somerset writes one of the most charming and masterly reminiscen cea we have ever read from his scholavjy pen entitled HKecollec ton of an Old Time Democratic Mass Meeting in LexingtonSome Antecedants and Aftermath It is a eulogy filled with warmth with out a sting in it unless it be the tender setiments inspired by the removal of the monument which once stood in memory of Wm T Barry over which he grows tender and pathetic Judge Morrow writes almost as felicitously as he speaks and his mind is as clear and strong as when he was a candidate for Gpverney and campaigned over the State There was nothing but sunshine jn lim tben and time bris mejlawed him the more in his charming reminiscences If the eadr rand of classics did not see the article he should get it and take time to peruse it at one sitting It covers over three pages and there is isnt a tiresome sentence in it With such a preceptor as Judge Morrow it is Ijttle wonder that Sena cu Bradjeys raj ad was so wOll stored for orataryITS EQUAL DONT EXIST VfNo one has ever made a salve ointment o ta compare with Bucklens Arnica Salve Its the one perfect healer of Cuts Corns Burns Bruises Sore Scalds sBoils Ulcers Exzema Salt Rhe nY Fojr Spre Eves Cold Sores Chapped bands or S r8ins its supreme Uuriyaedfor Piles CIDavtiGermany spent for aeronautics in 1910 the sum of 2ooopoo Fr nc680000 and Russia 919 ioThe British air service for theiYJear nowtcurrent is put down to cost 565000 c III Secretary Meyer says the United States spends ten million dollars a month on its navy This has been the rate for the past five years thus aggregating the enormous sum of 600000000 By official record the men serving in the Union army and navy duiing the Civil War numbered 2213265 There are now no the pension rolls 526 884 of this number The deaths among them last year were 30243 The aver age age of the survivors at present is 70 years Glass buttons that glisten in the sun and attract attention to womens suits are now in high favor The popular buttons call ed Kohinoors are as big as that diamond and are cut like it They are worn on the back of the coat givingi I i 3ONNBRO A BFURNISH BrownFurnish Realty Co We do a n tclopmtpass on titles- IfyouwanUoselllistypurprop us you want to buy we I V an qavn von ney CASTOR IAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought e rsthed S1efDo scrub your w ckercfurniture with soap and water That always turns it yellow Give the articles a salt water bath and scrub the soiled spots with strong 1 salt water being carefnl to dry quickly in the open air and sun shine r 1tt t Royal has no substitute for making delicious homebaked foods 0 J 1 I ltoli4rA111ft It- BakingPowder i ABSOLUTELY PURE fL- Thepnly Baking Powder made from Royal drape Cream of Tartar a l rt f JT1arty f 7 i7dhf OF BELL COUNTY i= r i Independent Republican Candidate L s ForiSTATE SENATOR ON It THE COUNTY UNIT PLATFORM Against JOEt BOSORTH of Middleshoro 1 To the Democrats and Republicans of the 17th Senatorial District Both Republican nd Democratic platforms adopted this year indorse the County Unit Billy Joe f Bosworth pretended Republican nominee for State Senator counties of Jack son Rockcastle Pulaski Laurel Whitley Knox and Bell is an avowed opponent of the Connty Unit Bill and it is a wellknown fact that during his services in the Legislature as Senator from this district he did at all times cast his vote and use his influence to prevent the passage of the County Unit Bill DRJ HARRY HENDREN of Bell County who is an Independent Republicar candidate in this district for State Senator against Bos worth has always been a temperance 0 and a temperate man Certainly no Democrat or Republican can afford Jo vote for Bosworth when both par ty platforms indorse things for which he does not stand and for which he is unalterably op posed We 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 whys after he was elected on the Temperance ticket he suddybecame opposed to the CuhtYUnitBill when hi got to Frankfort and did all in his power to defeat it f Surely a mano misrepresents his constituents as did Bosworth does not deserve the support of the good people of the 17th District we sayNOIr You can vote under the LOG CABIN or under the ROOSTER and vote under Dr Hen on s picture and you have voted for every man on the Republica ticket except Bosworth everyone on the Democratic ticket and against Bbswprth as there is no Demo cratic candIdateagaiptbimt r j I Yours very respebjfufly Hendren Campaign Committ- ee1RESOLUTION I r 7 1 Y l 4 teVs ADOPTED BY THE WOMANS CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCEIUNION f F At a meeting Sr the Womatis Christian Tempefce Union held in Pineville Kenu6ky September 6th IQII the following resolutions were offered dnq unanimously idoofefr Whereas Dr J Harry Hendren o this i ounty has announced himself I Independent Republican can didate for the State Senate ia the Seventeenth Senatorial Dis trict of Kentuck u composed of the counties ol TJCnox Whitley Laurel Rockcasde Pulaski Jack s m and Bell against Jue Fr Bos worth Republicant bminee And Whereas Dr Hendren record in private and public life on i 1Jithe whiskey quesi u has always en ebt fflttij f 1PRINr SHOWS THROUGH ft And Whereas it is a well known fact that Mr Bosworth is a tool of the liquor ring of Kentucky and is thereby an enemy of the good women aid the temperance cause of this Senatorial District i dl And Whereas itjs a well known fact that at the meeting of the last legislature Mr BosworjhlcHd by his vote help send the County Unit Bill to a whiskey committee sof which he was a metnber ana 1 which cODmiitee did not report the bill t6 the Senate for passage Arid Whereas at the last local option election held in Middlesboro Kentucky Boswrrtb worked for at1da1dr alIiahts poet to retain ahe loons tl tAP- Ri1tTI3FADED1 Now Therefore be it resolved first that Bo jworths acts and deeds do not in bur estimation make him a ht representative pttbe good people of this district Second 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 one who will got misrepresent hiS CQ uency- and who will vote for theTjfbunty TJnitBill firsts last and all the timeThird that we earnestly ask both the Democrats Republicans politics parties lofIthis district to doin with us ancj Kelp rid this district rz oifftthis ti i + nefarious liquor tool Fourth that a copy of this resolutionbe sent to all of the Womans Christian Temperance Unions in this district and then specialand solicited hit e fight for temperance Fifth that a copy of these resolutions be printed in all the hroughout this Senatorial District 4 MRS TH SHY President MRS T R WAReVicePreF MRS ALICE FUSON Miss CYNTHIA AUSTINv MRS Lucy HosKiNSi MRS IiirNiE Erw6pDH cVIRGIN IAGSTKVENS9N 1 MRS SARAH T RJCHARDStT f t L T HOM AFRICAN EXPLORER GARN ilR THR MONKEV TALK MAN IP 881 Prof RL Garner a ratite of G ion ia after teaching number o iirs 11 Sou hem aI Colleges r me tn Kentucky rtcnimraiu iul jwrttkcn C pute wilier fun rn u iatn He remain t1tl Mt Vernon six months r win t ait and vir Wn e lie had charge of penman hjp lasses in White tieadAcace VIUM set w s Meld in tiu nVilinir now owned oy Mr Ji N Wh1I1 on E t Main St li mademany warm tic ds vhii ereI He later wtt to the wilds of Africa 10 study tilt Ilron of the chimpa 7 e ihe most intelligent species ofJI iiiev Inul He camped aim a ui hnne iron y ge out in the tj t rb mmths and it is claimed ham a number of words useo in these simians of the forest Sevrat trips in con nection with scientific societies d New York live heat made by this intrepid expr jr in o the trOpiC regibnsof ta lomains Below sa letter ti ot his old Ml Vernon frr d J w V rk Guy N Y Oot 15 i9u Dear Mr Mre IYour favor u ruth mst was dui received an iih10 appreciated Tnat it was aa ijgreeuule surprise to me I need not say for I take it as ranted that you expected it 10 be Yes 1 well remember you and many others wkptn Imet during my sojourn in your charming little town ot Mt Vernon and often my memory has reverted to those dear old days Since that time many events have taken place in the world ana noone perhaps has passed through more vicissitudes than 1 have I feel however that fate has treated me with a fair degree of justice and given me no more than a lair share of the evils that beset our pathways It really gives me great pleasure to know that in all these years have been kindly remembered by friends in whose life drama I have played so small a part as I have and every once in while or oftener I meet with some one whom I had known m the remote past or re ceive some kindly rememberanct of those distant friendships As you perhaps ktow I havt just returned from my flUb voyage to Central Africa and brought thl first and only living gorilla that ever reached the shores ol America with the exception of one very frail specimen that arrived in Boston some years ago It was a mere baby and was kept alive on milk the few days that it sur vived but it was too feeble to sit up and was only seen by a few favored people The one I brought was more than 2 years old ano weighed about 40 lbs The lack ol proper food was the only thing that led to its early death and the autopsy cleairly showedsuch to be the case I shall be very inucb delighted to receive the new o Mt Vernon through you Of course I have forgotten many of the names ol people I once knew there but no doubt if you mention them I shall recall them I could write a pretty fair list of them however from memory With kindest re gards and good wishes to you and yours I remain Yours very truly R L GARNER DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED by local applications as they- cannotreae the direased portion of the earit There is only one way to cute eafness and that is by constitutional remedies Deaf ness is caused by an inflamed con dition of the mucous lining ol the Eustachian Tube When this tube is inflamed you have aIuin tiling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed Deatness is the result and unless the inflamation can be taken out and tars tube resjipaed its normal condition be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused bv Catarrh which is nothing but an nflamed condition of the mucous surfaces We give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused bycatarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free F3 GHENNEY Cq OhiqSoldTake Halls Family PiUs for constipt iOu i t h Jt4 ryI W1 JIIII J rn Children Cry for Fletcheri I t The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been in use for over 30 years has borne the signature of and has been made under his per infancyTCbCCitySAll Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but 1 Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and ChildrenExperience against Experiment What is CASTOR1A + r Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare goric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant Itwcontains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Friend t GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS m Bears the Signature ofpo 9 64 A The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years 77 VASV q ccc 3d33C3 Chas Cy J Davis faThere are lots of Drug Stores in this landof ours I that sell Drugs but thex J M Drug Store for the people is the one that gives the i 4 purest drugs obtainable us and let us prove ourselves the one Yours ytc F 4 Chas CX Davis Druggist Phone No 3r KY Jf r Bad Spells I suffered during girlhood from womanly weakness writes Mrs Mollie Navy of Walnut N C At last I was almost bedridden and had to give up We had three doctors All the time I was getting worse I had bad spells that lasted from 7 to 28 days In one week after I gave Cardui a trial I could eat sleep and joke as well as anybody In 8 weeks I was well I had been an invalid fair 5 failed weary years Cardui relieved me when everything lcARDUI The I IIf you are weak and to you to recover as quickly than 50 years this purely has been used by thousands They found it of real value pains Why suffer longer and helped so many is ready use at once by you Try it WomanslonicPRACTICAL Write to Ladies Advisory Dept for Special Ipstructipns and 64page book Ennn ann t mmmmnnn 1 ixiIVERNON i= UNDERTAKERSE FUNERAL DIRECTORS EH AND- EMBALM RS =3 1ft Vernon Kyr3 E COUCH METALIC CASKETS 3 5 Coffins and Robes Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of =work for the company = EOrdes by wire promptly idled Hearse sent to all points ijGEORGE OWENS Manager E Office Mt Vernon Monumental Building PHONE ila I lUU1UUUU1U1UUUUUU1Ul111lUlHnUUUU1Ull1U UUUU1 t iiiII Chltdrn CrChUdren CryFOR FLETCHERS FOR FLETCHERS t 9ASO RI O ASTORIA