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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r tt Wi fat J Ii lF Published Every Friday 1Q v I = v MT VERBS ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY NOV 10 1911 NUMBER 7 I THE ONL- YClothing Shop For Ladies In This Town Ladles Suits 3 Have you decided where you are going to buy your new Suit Have you ever called and inspected the styles the workmanship These suits were L bought in that EAT NEW YORK MARKET 11 11 the nwest styles and workmanship aitc be bad Fancy Grays Browns Tan and Blue Serges are certainly winners Call today and see for yourself Price 10 to 30 ar3o 1 Skirts t 1 We are showing a big line loffine Skirts all made in the ever newest Pana iSerges Veils etc in Grays Tans andJBlacksi jI j Price 250to 1350 r w vv I Long Cows WOMENS AND MISSES At Reduced Rates We have a lot of Womens and Missess Coats to sell at a great reduction 1500 COATS FOR 995 1200 COATS FOR 795 1000 COATS FOR 695 Misses at a mere fraction of their true worth X y WalkOver Shoes The ChubMODEL has all the features that r go toward giving the small foot effect Has a very short forepart very full ball sweng high arch and a medium narrow high toe and the beauty of i therroom is there There is a CHUB on display in our win 4Button pattern fdoSUTTONk M iMEEr y efe r D D PRINrPr INr S HOWS rHAOUGH fR kr ELECTION DAY HAD SURPRISES There Were Several Political ReYars KENTVCKYNOTABLE EXAMPLE McCreary Democrat Carries the State For Governor by One of the Biggest Majorities Ever Given In they Blue Grass StateCox Gang Loses Cincinnati Dix Gets a Rebuke and Maryland Goes Republican New York Nov 8 Tuesdays battle of the ballots brought out several significant features In this state Governor Dix has been rebuked by a complete reversal of the general as sembly A year ago the New York state assembly stood 87 Democrats to TuesIdayswill stand Republican 102 Demo E C OREAR Unsuccessful Candidate for Governor eratsr47r Socialist 1 In Nom York alty the fight between Tammany and the RepublicanHearst fusionists was renewed Tammany again coming out on top the highest plurality for any of Its judicial candidates being about 8000 In Brooklyn however the fu lIon county ticket was victorious Kentucky also gave a reversal the Democrats there again coming jnto their own giving former Senator James B McCreary the Democratic nominee for governor a majority of about 25000 the largest that any can didate for governor Hag received in that state for many years Both branches of the legislature wU be Democratic thus insuring Congress man OJHe Jamess election to the United States senate New Mexico at Its first state elec Lion polled the heaviest vote it ever cast Many scratched tickets made the counting slow The Democratic central committee claims the state for McDonald by 4500 and the election of McDonald seems assured The most strenuous efforts of the Republicans of Massachusetts to pry Eugene N Foss put of the governors chair failed He was reelected by a majority of about 6000 over Louis A Frothingham lieutenant governor Foss carried his state ticket with him Governor Pettier was reelected governor of Rhode island without difficulty the rest of the ilQ eJ going along with himcarThe situation In the slate of New Jersey seems to be one of battledore and shuttlecock The returns change- as often as the wires will carry them The latest returns available Indicate that the Republicans retain control of the senate ya majority of one and retain the kowte which was Demo ql il 97 IkfJY J rp vljilIM Bl n fICTURS 13 FADED jc CREARYi= Former Senator Elected Governor of Kentucky ratic last year which ogive Governor Wilson an opposition assembly to work with For the thirtyryears M ryl elected a Republican Goldsboroughdefeating jority of irpy3 or more The Republican state chatman clangs the state by 8000 and over There were several interesting may oralty contests Henry T Hunt the young Democratic prosecutor who fu tilely prosecuted Boss Cox on the charge of perjury was elected mayor of Cincinnati by a decisive majority over Mayor Schwab Cox organization candidate for reelection nut card the entitrQ Democratic city ticket with him- Rudolph Blankenburg independent Republican and Democrat elected mayor of Philadelphia by about 10000 over George H Earle organization Republican candidate For the fourth time Brand WhltlboH was elected mayor of Toledo while Newton D Baker styled the political heir of Tot L Johnson four time mayor of Cleveland was elected may or of that city by a plurality about 20000 Schenectady N Y elected a Social 1st for mayor who carried the entire SnllI CDWARP J McDERMOTT Newly Elected Lieutenant Governor they elected a board of supervisors almost solidly antiunion- In Pttt burg all the Republican can didate for county offices swept everything before them the average major ities in the county running close to Columbus 0 G J Karb Demo crat defeated Mayor George S Marshall reform Republican for reelec Lion by a plurality OI 6000 on a total vote of 43000 Marshall lost thou sands as a result of his attitude dur- Ing the streetcar strik a year ago The legislative electipn In Virginia produced no material change in the complexion of the general assembly At least 85 out of the 100 members of the bousp of delegates are Democrats The erection passed off quietly in Mississippi a small vote being polled because of lack of interest and for the reason that it was raining all day In the CoOk county Chicago judi cial elections the parties divided even judgeshipsF propqsitipnFrom Indications the election In Ne braska was a Republican victory though the only congressional dlstrlQt to dan election went Democratic by a large majority Three members of the supreme court elected were all Republicans IN KENT FKY McCreary and the IfTHre Democratic i State Ticket Elected United States Senator Ollie M James of Crittenden county Governor James B McCreary of Madison Lieutewi GovernorEdwardKe Children OrY V FLET Im i= 1 J l j 1 t 2 1 i Dernvrtt of Jefferson county State Treasurer Thomas G Rhea t f Logan county Auditor Henry Bosworth of Fay ette county Attorney General James Garnett of Adair county Secretary of StateC F Crecellus of Pendleton county- Superintendent of Public Instruction Barksdale Hamlett of Christian countyCommissioner of AgricultureJ W Newman of Woodford county Clerk of Court of AppealsIt L Greene of Franklin county Railroad CommissionerWilliam F Klair of Fayette county Louisville Ky Nov SAn eleventh hour landslide toward the Democratic ticket in Kentucky gave James B Mc Creary the Democratic nominee for governor 1the largest majority that reIreach 25000 Both branches of the legislature will be Democratic Insur ing Congressman Ollie Jamess election to the United States senate Q F CREQEUUS Newly Elected Secretary of State Judge ORear Republican candidate for governor refused to give up hope until the upstate vote giving unprec edented Democratlo majorities had been received A3 the returns came In it became more discouraging for the Republicans and the fight was given over at oclock One remark able feature of the election was the iceof shooting in the fountainc- ountfes A DETERMINED FIGHT Both Parties Claimed the Victory Up to the Last Moment Louisville Ky Nov SUp to the very hour the polling places were closed the managers of both the Re publican and Democratic parties claimed the state the latter by 21000 while the Republicans pointed to the fact that four years ago Kentucky went Republican by 18000 and that condi tions were even better this year than they were then Their claim was 15000During the last week of the cam paign there had been much activity on the part of Democratic leaders while there had been more or less lassitude on the part of Republicans Republican leaders declared thousands o- fdZirs were thrown Into eastern Ken tu y They claimed that the Democrats were trying to buy the state In a proclamation issued at the close of the campaign Governor Willson prom ised Immunity to the man who inform ed against vote buying or vote selling This created a sensation over Kentucky but leaders state that It did not Influence voters one way or the other and that It may have Insured a cleaner election Every Republican organization put forth all its strength as it was believed by leaders of both parties that if the state went Republican this fall It would remain Republican for years to come The campaign has been a vitupera tive one and it was feared that the factions of the mountains which broke out years ago at each election might agaih bring Kentucky Into the lime light Every precaution was taken to dayI L L BRISTOW Defeated for Lieutenant Gover- norChlldrsrt Cry FOR FLETCRERjIS STORIAij4 fYI jm tf rfIi 1 il t OLLIE JAMES Tuesdays Election Insures Him a Seat In the Senate AT CINCINNATI Hunt Completes tho Downfall of t5 Cox Organization Cincinnati Nov 8Henry T Hunt the young Democratic prosecutor of this county who vigorously and efS clently but futilely prosecuted Boss George B Cox on the charge of per jury thus apparently causing the veteran Republican boss to announce his retirement from leadership was elected Democratic mayor of Cincinnati by a decisive plurality over his competitor Dr Louis Schwab a Republicar of lifelong prominence In this city and Cox organization candidate for re tiCkIetvigorous even almost frantic efforts organlzaiUon factithatFleischImannthe entire Republican ticket thus in effect repudiating his famous speech at Akron 0 denouncing the Cincin nati boss- Republicans iftEBUKETo DIX Capture the Legislature of New York State New York Nov 8The Republicans in the state of New York have cap the only redoubt that was possible to capture lu this election The only state ticket in the field was the assembly ticket for election to the lower house of the state legislature A year agothe Democratic landslide year the Now York assembly stood 87 Democrats to 63 Republicans 1 year the assembly will stand Republican 95 Democrats 54 Socialist 1 This means a stinging rebukeap parently to the administration pf GOT prnor Dixln spite of Democratic protestations to the contrary the people of the state seem to agree that with all departments of the state govern men in the hands of the Democrats little or nothing has been accomplish ed It Is probably for tills reason more than any other that there has been such a marked reversal over the result of last year The most interesting features of the election in the state are the victory of the Socialists to the municipal election In Schenec ady and the defeat of Thomas Mott Osborne one of Governor Dlxs most ntimate friends for mayor of Auburn Isborne Is the leader of the DemO cratic party of Cayuga county and is egarded as a reform Democrat of the ilk stocking type He has always teen a bitter opponent of C F Murphy nd Tammany Hall and all that Tam many Hall stands for and was one of the most actltve supporters of the late Edward M Shepard in his candidacy for United States senator before the legislature last winter It was said efore that time that Murphy would an for Osborne until begot his scalp pparentU the Osbprne scalp IsOiang r pt the lt of the ar uioi CryFOR O ASTORIA r 1 t 1 = oEstablished 1887 ra r JEFFERSON COUNTY SCHOOL =Kentucky Out of With the March of education If you bad nM drt en twelve miles from big throbbing pulsing Louirv- ine along perfect roadways spriuklrd fiV- with oil you would thinl fie far out in some rural iommuujty r UY tseemshouse to be tolerated Jn a Bounty lit KItslpCfrrKDSi hP tre BOCKT HILLBCHOOI simple This idea of extreme sIm- plicity t Is carried out in the veranda of red corrugated iron supported on plain 2 by 4 studdiug- If the building the nuiiv I5 lacks beauty the olde i much worse It looks ss x of wear and tear this thi ii Mfelt sorry for it and hud tints r thing of a donation party T l course Is merely a surmiu vt it the only possible solution rn rP eral makeup of the build Mri dently one neighbor had donafd some old red roofing tin Another neighbor seeing the need of a door had sent over one that had heou cut kinder whopper Jawed and would wTIm DOOR WAS KINDER WHOPPER JAWED not fit anywherethen having no tilt 1i hinges It hud been tackedon anyway and left standing wide open for the weeds to grow about It t Jefferson county With its trolley t = lines its splendid roads Its wealth should be an object lesson to the rest of the state in schools and school equipment but she is Just where tile r others are The whole state is out of step withYthe march of education MOVED THE LECTURER Church Too Good For Him but School house Was Just the Place The man who was to give an thus trated lecture at Deer Creek sat on the steps of the Deer Creek church with his grips and gas drums about him Seventhirty came and went the early summer twilight deepened while a family of screech owls discussed their affairs under their breath 8 oclock came and still no audience A buggy rattled on the road below and a voice called shrillyHello Anybody up there Yes and I want to get in to put my lantern in place answered the lec turerDidnt you hear that we had changed the place queried the voice we did You better get your tilings in your wagon and come down to the schoolhouse half a mile down the road for the folks is there waiting for you How did you happen to change the place of the lecture at the last mo went It was this way You see we knee you had to have A big light in you lantern oil of sumthin er other and we knew too that you had t have a sheet sumthin1 big and whit ItO throw the pictures on to and It would have to be tacked on to the watt We have Just bad put down brand new carpet on the church and papered the walls so we were afraid you would spill oil on the carpet or punch holes in the new wall paper tacking up your sheet You see we were afraid youd hurt the Church some way so we mov ed you down here because you couldnt hurt the schoolhouse at ailIThe Boy Understood One of the educational committee In Louisville had pinned on his button and went out onto the street fora paper While the boy was counting out the pennies in change he caught sight of the white and blue button He Yi smiled and got onto his tiptoes and read slowly irMy for improvement Kentucky r schools k Again be smiled and reaching out R grimy paw exclaimed aA Put it there and shake Im with j you Tellers all right t v CryFOl f r l PASTOR I 1t ts i 1 hit IT LT1 wr ERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY Nov 10 ign Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Advertising rates made known on application MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION vi TRI a wG MR PULITZERS REST SCHOOL Joseph Pulitzers school of fi journalism at Columbia University is to be established according to the plans of the great journalist who endowed it and much good may come of its establishment but the best school journalism left by Mr Pulitzer was that which he built with the work of his tireless brain and at the expense of his relentlessly driven body in Park Row The late William Nve once told the truth in jest when he wrote an essay upon preparation for journalism in which he set for the aspirants tasks that would occupy JOO year The student should then spend a few vears in reading and travel after which he will be prepared to begin journalism at the bottom and gradually work up 10 the editorial chair said Mr Nye Into his list of branches of learning that should be mastered the humorist put a great nnny of fiosc that would he useful to an editor admitting at the same time that the list was not complete The kernelof truth in the humorous article was that no kind of knowledge that is not mere half knowledge comes amiss in journalism and that no journalist 6need hope to learn all that the ideal writer for the press should knowSchools of journalism may teach young men rauh of that which they should know but there wtll still he loom at the top and a roal to the top though not a royal one for royal roads are rare for the bright young man who has a good general education plus a nose for news a leg for the chase astomach for work and a job upon the local staff of a strong and sane news papr Those who attend the school of journalism at Columbia should be benefited The young man who learns plain and fancy hook Keeping at a commercial school has a ertain advantage over the sweepjing 7 =position of salesman makes entries in the day book and learus to advance them to the journal and the ledger but at fifty there is1it eIdifference in the equipment of two provided they were equal ini general education mentality and industry at the beginning A school of journalism was rather a hobby oi Mr Pulitzer who knows how many reporters begin without suitable equipment and how few editors even among the most successful rJo not togrc t that they havent four times as much stored up knowledge as they possess But as witness of that genius and grit may do without a special education tor special work there stands the World b gilding Ard as a practical school of journalisrajjthere is the World President Taft was the guest of honor at the unveiling of the statue of Abraham Lincoln in the rotunda of the Capitol at Frankfort Henry Watterson delivered the address presenting the statue to Kentucky on behalf of its donor James B Speed of Louisville The gift was received for the State by Gov Willson An immense assemblage in which were manv visitors from outside States attended the exer cises Mr Taft was Louisvilles guest Wednesday night speaking at a public reception at the Armory and later at the Press Club bar qnet TOWN TALK One trouble with our be oved country is we are doing a lot Of big work that doesnt amount to anythingIf dont say No pretty often your money wouldnt last longEvery little wbiie a good gentleman appears with a state ment that death under the age of a hundred and fifty e Irs is unnatural Heres where Doc Wiley comes in people believe they become old at seventy because storekeepers sell them adulterated foodDid any one ever pay you a com pliment without adding a stinger of some sort- Honesty not only means that the other fellow should be square with you it also means that you should be fair with the oth T fellow I have knowu a certain man thirtythiee years and when lie is not drinking whiskey he is circuit ting a temperance pledge And so far as I am able to make out he divides his time about equally helnever n to decide which suits him best In country towns we are often fooled by opera bouffe com panies The story gets around that the girls in the chorus wears almost nothing the men talk of the show in a mysterous way and the women are jealous But when the show arrived it is a wretched affair and we find w have been 7i 177sold again I suppose everjohe imaginsj that he is greatly misunder5to6di There ls probably no fact more creditable to this countriy than that the buffalo has been driven from the Western plains in order that the plains may be o ciipied bv farmers Yet some people are always complaining because the buffalo has been exermintued It is a poor writer who has not nt some tinif in hireer hen likciicil li M ivMiivnl hI ail posed to be an old wretch second cnly to the devil in meanness ED HOWE Democrats and RepudliCitns respectively scored in the election ha tie outside Eugene N Fo s Democrat was le eUcted Governei by a plurality of about 7000 The remainder of the ticket is cUimvd by the Republic in Tammin Hall won in Nw York county b greatiy reduced pluralities while the Rpublicans gained control o the lower house of the New YorK Legislature Democratic Mayors CincinIse Ithe smaller cities At a late hour the in Maryland was in doubt with the Republicans claiming the election of Goldsborough candi date for Governor At midnight the returns indicated e general RePub- licans victory in Rhode Islaud STARTS MUCH TROUBLE If all peoj U knew that neglect constipation would result in- severe indigostion yellow jaundice lor virulent liver trouble they would soon take Dr Kings New Life Pills and end it Its the onl safe way Best for biliousness headache dyspepria chills arid debility 250 at Chas Davis There isa mot torbus service between Jaffa and Jerusnltn in Palestine 1I Scotts Emulsionkeeps healthful and happy Give them a few drops of this strengthening food medicine every day and watch them grow IT PREVENTS I Croup- WhoopingCough Bronchitis Loss of Flesh and many other troubles ALL DRUGGISTS itis E Yl SOME LEFT We still have some few articles ii the list of bargains g quoted last week left on our shelves We have made these prices in order to attract others and those who take g advantage are the ones who will be benefited Ladies Lowcuts band pumps in paent leather vicit gun meal andvelvet price cut onehalf Mens Shoes at prices never before offered by this or any other store in lVJt Vernon AU 100 Underwear goes for 89c Mens 125 Hats for y 75c i Men s 100H II 50c Best calico at 412c yd Ginghams 5c tolOc per yd Korean Silk in white and avendar sale price 35c cut to 19c qWaist goods 30c values go at 17c per yd l linen at 19c per yard We are offering many other bargains not quoted in this t list Come in andexamine All sales at these prices strict ly cash aChas B McKenzie I4 MT VERNON KY 1 i8xfc xfrclc93 t 3 J il55iSr t r = 7 S RNgS 1 oIn t iCUotliastear the e t were X50serioii aceidenis rue to- astuan v tea m holler ex yosinns Posters are so named because o- fte old English customs of separating roads by lines of posts on which notices uf direction were written A boat rfilit onicn have exclusive control ot all the city parks in Juarez Mexico said to he the only case of th i cine1 The crowd that witnessed the navalreviewed from Riverside Daive New York was estimated at 2000 QOO A French improvement of te microphone is able to detect tc wing water by noun i 50 feet underground It is hop d the instrument will be of sere ie in the rescue of entombed miners fAlaska has its first diningcar made out fan old ccach in the Cordova STOPS and managed by a man aud his wife It is en the Copper River Northwestern road running between Cordova andthe interor LIVERY STABIItI have jus returned froth Cincinnati where I purchased a number of good horses and buggies and have opened a first cla teed an lIVer stable When you need an thing in that ane give me a call Rigs sent to iny part of county Lanrel or Jackson J FOURK 1027 31 Livington Ky IListen dont be mistaken and think that I it tend to have a public sale I am only advertising to sell privately and will not sell publicly Call anytime you want o buy and Iwill soil you just what you wart on easy terms Tract No i 138 acres 4 miles tjouth of Mt Vernon wihin one mile of the new pke UM now being constructed Remember this is the coal land Tract No 2 144 adjoining above truclf Xv T Titr acres and 160 ad liional 6 mivs trim Mt Ver non The Hajifurtl stand will sell pan or all of this tract Tract Nj 4 250 acres 8 miles from Mt Vernon near Lev J Green Tra v iio acres sold 1 also htVe two complete stores for sale and one complete saw mill with hand saw and grist rocks W M BULLOCK Hansford Ky I am pleased to recommend Chamberlains Cough Remedy as the best thing I ever know of and safest remedy for coughs and colds and bronchial trouble writes Mrs L B Arnold of Denver Colo We have used it sepeatedly and t has never failed to give e et for sale by Chas C Lai is b t1t11tttlttt1ft ttttt1it1tTttft ttt tttttttt1tt ttTt1tttttttttttt1ttttt1tt1f1111 I 6ON6 SOME I = MeKElHZIB ThE FURNITURE MT KY 3 111U1 HHUU1UUUUHUU1UHUUUUU1U1H1U1UllUl11U1U1Ul111UUU1UUllUUUUUUU nn CONN BROWN FURN- ISHBrownFurnish i Ii Realty Co We do a general Real Estate 1 business handle town and farm property do abstracting and 11pass on If you want to sell list your prop i with us if you want to buy we can save you money Prof W C Robitson dean of the law school of the Catholic University of Amercadied of apoplexy in Washington Francico 1 Maderowas monday inagurated as President of Mexico No disorder occured in Mexico City during the exercises sfaCASTORFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears t- heSe of The science of air pressure was buildingrcompressed air to prevent the inrush of water when a ship hasI a collision or pierced by shot GRANVILLE OWENS IUNDERTAKER I I Brodhead Ky I a COMPLETE LINE J Coffins Caskets and Robes All Mail or Tele phone orders Promptly Filled i X 3J4 r HOW ABOUT YOUR i WATCHI DOES IT KEEP CORRECT TIME IF NOT WHY NOT If you are havirtjSUC trouble about your watch oi clock just turn it if it does not run allP Kit wfl cost you nothing We our work Give us a trial We do all kinds of soldering and repair work 5 FRANK MORE fftSyOS S C DAVIS DEUQ STORE V i WIT VBRNON KT v it f H eGuess its going some 3 to have reputation of selling the BES- TFurniture I RuqsI Carpefs I and HJuse Furnishings in thjs section sf Kentucky 3 3 Thats what all savaid I am proud to 3 state I can prove it 3 Ill take pleasure in showing you the NEWEST thats NEW = B MAN VERNON UUi1UU1 Telegraph guarantee they tttttttttttt11ttttttt1ttt1 1tt1111t11t11tt1tt1t1 I 1tt 41 o w v WE RAVE ACCOUNTS ow 3Er Andno matter how large anaccount may be = we realize that it is made UPof a certain num 3 = ber of single dollars = r This fact ought to encourage those who earn moderate =incomes = 3FM= ture c EWe maintain that a savings account at this bank 3= an account in which the owner is REALLY 1 = = TERESTED is an investment haul to td = V urs illv oFEOPLSLANK + +1PHONE 16 = li1ilil l i tllil111111111il1 11111111111111111111111111111111 U nHn tnn1 nHn 1tHn nn nytnu jfj A Home Institution We iThis bank is a home institution Our loans are made rightherejat i home to our good farmers and business men It is a home institution V N for our home people We will pat yon good interest on your idle =STl funds Make a deposit and then pay your bills with your check It is very simple convenient and safe Call and we gladly =plain the many alvahtages of a checking account You will exIt E have a receipt which cannot be disputed The endorsed check tfW will be returned to you is incontestible proof of the payment of the bill =uil yonr money is safe deposited in this bank to your credit If you car =0 ry it in your pocket or leave it at home it may be lost or stolen = Come in and let us talkthese matters over with you m 3IMT VERNON KENTUCKY t w Idl UHU U1Ul UllU lb il 1U1U UUl1 r r Our Motto H More Goods for Less ii Money f Now is the time that every one has to buy same Fall and Winter Goods We have them Clothing Cloaks i Undenvear Outing Cloth Dress Goods of all kinds Coat Sweaters Blankets and Shoes for all the family Come and letus r make you some prices Viilmake tit p you open your eyes L L SANDERSCRAB ORCHARD KYtJ JiX f 5r tA IM1HITVERNtiN8HaNAL FRIDAY Nov 10 1911 Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO Adve1Jmtg Tales made known on E1afttlicalion ASSOCIATIONL fl E MR PULITZERS BEST SCHOOL Joseph Pulitzers school of journalism at Columbia University pIIIfi is to be established according to the plans of the great journalist who endowed it and much good may come of its establishment bnt the best school journalism left by Mr Pulitzer was that which he built with the work of his tireless brain and at the expense of his relentlessly driven body in Park Row The late William Nve once told the truth in jest when be wrote an essay upon preparation for journalism in which he set for the aspirants tasks that would occupy loovear The student should then spend a few vears in reading and travel after which he will be prepared to begin journalism at the bottom and gradually work up 10 the editorial chair said Mr Nye Into his list of branches of learning that should be mastered the humorist put a great nnny o roe that would he useful to an editor admitting at the same time that the list was not complete The kernelof truth in the humorous article was that no kind of knowledge that is not mere half knowledge comes amiss in journalism and that no journalist need hope to learn all that the ideal writer for the press should know schools of journalism may teach young men muh of that which they should know but there wtll still he loom at the top and a roal to the top though not a royal one f r royal roads are rare for the bright young man who has a gcod general education plus a nose for news a leg for the chase stomach for work and a job upon the local staff of a strong and sane news papr Those who attend the school of journalism at Columbia should be benefited The young roan who learns plain and fancy hooksweeping at a commercial school has a ertain advantage over the young man who begins by sweeping out the store works up to the position of salesman makes entries in the day book and learns to ad vance them to the journalaod the ledger but at fifty there is little difference in the equipment cif the two provided they were equal in general education mentality and industry at the beginning A school of journalism was rather a hobby ot Mr Pulitzer who knows how many reporters begin without suitable equipment and how few editors even among the most successful donotiegrtt that they havent four times as much stored up knowledge as they possess But as witness of that genius and grit may do without a special education tor special work there stands the World b ilding Ard as a practical school of Journal smthere is the World President Taft was the guest of honor at the unveiling ofthe statue of Abraham Lincoln in the rotunda of the Capitol at Franklort Henry Watterson delivered the address presenting the statue to Kentiidky on behalf of its donor James B Speed of Louisville The gift was received for the State by Gov Willson An immense assemblage in which were many visitors Iron outside States attended the exercises Mr Taft was Louisvilles guest Wednesday night speaking at a public reception at the Armory and later at the Press Club bat qnet TOWN TALK One trouble with our be oved country is we are doing a lot Of big work that doesnt amount to anythingIf dont say No ptetty often your money wouldnt last longEvery little while a good gentleman appears with a state ment that death under the age isfs c Wiley comes in jeople believe they become old at seventy because storekeepers sell them adulterated foodDid any one ever pay you a compliment without adding a stinger of some sort- Honesty not only means that the other fellow should be square with you it also means that you should be fair with the oth T fellow- I have knowu a certain man thirtythiee years and when he is not drinking whiskey he is circuit ting a temperance pledge And so far as I am able to make he divides his time about eql outI between the two occupations he has never been able apparently- to decide which suits him best In country towns we are often fooled by opera bouffe com panies The story gets around that the girls in the chorus wears almost nothing the men talk of the show in a mysterous way and the women are jealous But when the show arrives it is a wretched affair and we find we have been ii 1soul iDeslththe tbat the buffalo has been driven from the Western plains in order thar the plaius may be occupied bv farmers Yet some people are always complaining because the buffalo has been exenvinnied It is a poor writer who has not at nine ti1N in hi freer ppnl likeiicvl U Alicliiiv iil tl1J tIJ posed to be an old wretch second cnlv to the devil in meanness ED HOWE Democrats and Repudlicans respectively scored in the election FosIremainder of the tic et is claimed by tht Republic ins Tamnvin Hall won in Nw Yrk county b t greatly reduced pluralities while the Rpubllcans gamed control o the lower house of the New YorK Legislature Democratic Mayors CincinIse of theIwas with the Republicans claiming the election of Goldsborough candi date for Governor At midnight the Returns indicated e general Repub IslandISTARTS MUCH TROUBLE If all peoj b knew that neglect constipation would result in severe tndigostionyellow jaundice tor virulent liver trouble they would soon take Dr Kings New Life Pills and end it Its tile only safe way Best for biliousness aridjThere is a mot tor hus service between Jaffa and Jerusaltn in Pal estwe Scotts Emulsionkeeps healthful and happy Give them a few drops of this strengthening food medicine every day and watch them grow IT PREVENTS CroupWhoopingCough Bronchitis Loss of Flesh and many other troubles ALL DRUGGISTS iiis acSgDEiB x4Jc DoeSae SOME LEFT i We still have some few articles ii the list of bargains j g quoted last week left on our shelves We have made these prices in order to attract others and those who take g advantage are the ones who will be benefited Ladies Lowcuts and pumps in paent leather vicit gun meal and velvet price cut onehalf i Mens Shoes at prices never before offered by this orW jAllx Mens 125 Hats for 75c Mens JOOH H 50c Best calico at 4J2c yd Ginghams 5d to lOc per yd aKorean Silk in white and lavendar sale price 35c cut to 19c goods 30c values go at 17c per yd Pure white linen at 19c per yard We are offering many other bargains not quoted in this t list Come in and examine All sales at these prices strict ly cash v o Chas B McKenzie I MT VERNON KY 1 y3e3K S c JC35s a feeb tpRTlT I3 FADED I r tl t t S kAPS t ln this couniiy last year the e vtjte 550 serious Jjcci dents tiue to a man team boiler ex osious 9 Posters are so named because of te old English customs of separat o ing roads Ijy lines of posts ono which notices of direction were a written e Ahnprrif fht n rmcn have exclusive control of all the city parks in Juarez xJxicosaid to be the only case of the dnc1 The crowd that witnessed the navalreviewed from Riverside naive Ntw York was estimated 2000 QOO atI A Frencb imorovement of tf eJ microphone is able to detect ta wing water by noun i 5J feet under l ground It is hoped th instrument wilt be of sere ie in the rescue of entombed miners- Alaska tf has its first diningcar made out If an old ccach m the Cordova sops and managed by a man aud his wife It is en the Copper River Noithwestern road running between Cordova andthe interor TLIVERY Smnttst have jus returned from Cincinnati sihere I purchased a number of good horses and buggies and have opened a first Gas teed an liven When you needantitiliug stableI ane give mo a call Rigs iny part of county Lan OT Jackson J M FOURFI 1027 3C IListen dont be mistaken and think that I ii tend to have a public sale I am only advertising to sell privately and will not sell publicly Call anytime you want o buy and I will soil you just what you want on easy terms Tract No i 138 acres 4 miles tjouth of Mt Vernon wihin one mile of the new pike thT is now being constructed Remember this is the coal land Tract No 2 144 adjoining above track 7 Tract No 3l acros and 160 adduional 6 tit Injm Mt Ver non The Haifini stand will sell part or all of thistract Tract Vo 4 250 acres 8 miles from Mt Vernfju near LevQJ Green Tra 5 no acres sold 1 also lrive two complete stores for sale anti one complete saw mill with band saw and grist rocks W M BULLOCK Hansford Ky 1 am pleased to recommend Chamberlains Cough Remedy as the best thing I ever know of and safest remedy for coughs and colds and bronchial trouble writes Mrs L B Arnold of Denver Colo We have used it sepeatedly and t has never failed to give e ief ror sale by Chas C Daxis t11mmmnmtH tn fiilnnif1H e ttix 41111lii4SIf9t1114fl1t144i4St41illltltltt11 li11111111 I GOiNG SOME I s MeKBHZlB Vv ThE FURNITURE MAN KY =3 z 11111111111tl1 1111i1111111111111111i111111111111111111111111111111111111 11ilil11111 A B FURN- ISHBrownFurnish Realty Col1 We do a general Real Estate m business handle town and farm m property do abstracting and pass on titles If you want to sell list your j with us if you want to propI can save you money Prof W C Robinson dean of the law choc of the Catholic versity of Amerca died of apoplexy in Washington 1 Maderowas monday- inagurated as President of Mexico No disorder occured in Mexico City during the exercises CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears thedof The science of air pressure was buildingIcompressed air to prevent the inrnsh of water when a ship has a collision or pierced by shot pccj GRANVILLE OWENS LUNPRTKERI I Brodhead Ky I j COMPLETELINEI Coffins Caskets and RobesI All Mail Telegraph or Telephone orders Promptly Filled J 1l5x n V HOW ABOUT YOUR 4N ti WATCEMS DOES IT KEEP CORRECT TlryIEli It IF NOT WHY NOT If you are havinggkiiy such trouble about your watch 01 clock i just turn it over tos and if it does not run all 0 KIt wit cost you nothing We guarantee our work Give us a trial S We do all kinds of soldering and repair work I FRANK MOORE 3MiiDR s c DAVIS DRUG STORE j MT VBRNON KY Guess its going some to have reputation of selling the BES- TFurniture I= RuqsI a- aCrpefsand HJuse Furnishings in thjs section sf Kentucky Thats what they all say as d I am proud to 3 state I can prove it Ill take pleasure in showing you the 3 NEWEST thats NEW i MT VERNON 11111111111 Uni Francisco Signature 3p J tttttttttttttttttttt1tttttttt ttt1tttttttttt1t1 EWE RAVE A+ ACCOUNTS I t EAs small as a dollar as large as thousands r dollars r= And no matter how large anaccount may be 3= we realize that it is made up of a certain num = Ebel of single dollars 3 E This fact ought to encourage those who earn mod erateincomes = E It ought to induce them to do something toward E accumulating a worthwhile provision for the fu 3Lure EWe maintain that a savings account at this bank = = an account in which the owner is REALLY 1 + TERESTED is an investment hard to sl == i tils tl IV =E PEOPLES CANK = PHONE 16 3w Ji liiiliJ uiuuiuuiuuuuii uiuiuauuiuiuiuuiuiaii K UanHn r n1U1 nnn un nnnr r nn InstitutionS n1r M This bank is a home institution Our loans are made rightherejat jjjj home to our good farmers and business men It is a home institution J3 lfor our home people We will pay you good interest on your idle S Make a deposit and then pay your bills with your check It is very simple convenient and safe Call and we gladly plain the many advantages of a checking account You will exI = have a receipt which cannot be disputed The endorsed check Swill be returned to you is incontestable proof of the payment of the bill 5 money is safe deposited in this bank to your credit If you car =saw ry it in your pocket or leave it at home it may be lost or stolen j77 Come in and let us talk these matters over with you H aw o THE BANK OF MT VERNON s 1 INCORPORATED 3ssss MT VERNON KENTUCKY w fl HHU Ul111 HUU h o1 I UUU ra r Our Motto e More Goods for Less t Money rl- t WinteraUnderwear Outing Cloth Dress Goods of all kinds Coat Sweaters Blankets and Shoes for all the family Come and let us d make you some prices Will make t you open your eyesgL- ILSANDERSICRAB ORCHARD KYtjfijSSSiQisJg rt JZt I MTVERNN SIGNAL MT VERNON KY Nov ioi9ii Z9 Call up No 79 when you wan tto Communicate with SIGNAL Z9 r tmA R R Co TIME TABLE 2 Lottn 453 p m 24 rortn i 352 a m J3 south 1138 a m ti outh 1219 a m JAS LANDRUM Agent Phony No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postofcce as secondclass mail matter PERSONAL C D Sutton was in Berea Sunday Miss Susie Thompson is visiting friends in Stanford Miss Ella Frances was in Louis ville first of the week Frank McClellan is here this week from Winchester Miss Frances Sparks iswith friends at Chattanooga- W C Bullock was at home from Lexington to vote Mr and Mrs Jop McUall were up from Maretburg yesterday Jim Cooper the candy drummer was with our merchants yesterday Mrs Anna Miller was in Stan ford during the week on business- J Tucker Bowling and W H Kruger were at home from Louis yule Tuesday to vote Miss Anna Tate was with Miss I Maude Elliott at London from Saturday until Monday Mrs R W Dvche and little daughter Mina Bess Were in 4Livingston Wednesday and yester day Miss Cora Griffin who has been suffering with rheumatism since last August was able to be iu town SundayMr nd Mrs T S Branamar TG Reynolds and Mrs Albert Reynolds were over from Wildie Wednesday shopping RevS H Masters of Corbin is conducting a meeting at Rose Hilt and will continue probably 1tutul the middle of next week a Clinton Bastin the expert electrician was over from Lancaster during the week doing some work on the local telephone line Dr A G Lovell has been named as a delicate to the Greater Kentucky Convention which meets in Louiville November E Jt4I5 sLOCAL Ladies and Misses Coats at low MCBEESMThe Dramatic Club will present Mr Bob at Brodhead a week from tonight If you want to laugh and see the funny side of things see Mr Bob The election passed off quietly leastLtany section That is the way it always goes when there is not a big lot of Bust head whiskey afloat The first open meeting of the WowansClubwill be held tonight Friday Nov loth at the home of Mrs Willis Adams The program will consist o music and discuss ion ofthe Good Roads and Child Labor and compulsory Education in Rural Kentucky All members i and guests invited to take part in the discussion The town has elected anew board of trustees composed of good men and we trust that the squab bling backbiting and knocking is all over that the people will let it stop and go towork to put the bylance which they have to have if anything is aecorapished Back up the trustees marshal and police judge and then if they fall short of their duty then is the time to kick Let the past be the past and go to work for the future The columnsof this paper are open to the new board for any assistance that can be rendered them and will strickly support every act for the betterment of our town Lay aside any prejudice that might exist and lend eve Y act or en cpuragemeut which will be onlya fulfillment of the duties of every goolcitizen 4- rr h r GoodSuits bur UUj o 1o IV at Fishs Cash Store Overcoats Sweaters and Rain ICoatspfall desc iption at Fishs Big line of Mens Overcoats little boys and big hoys overcoats SUTTON McBEE Mt Vernon Dramatic Club will the popular comedy Mr l1Jrlt Brodhead Friday Nov i7th received car load of salt in sacks and barrels SUTTON McBEE Paris Sowder has bought a barber shop in Winchester and will opt rate it and the one at this place alsoIt was Mr Cossie Bullock in stead of a Mr Black as reported last week who was married to Miss Lulle Doan Dont forget the play to be given at Brodhead Friday Nov 17th for the benefit of the Christian Church of Mt Vernon Fritz Kruger has purchased the bankrupt stock of the R M K Flour company at Livingston the tock invoiced 650300 Everybody should hear the Childrens Sermon at the Presby terian Church next Sunday morn ing Eve imp service at7 oclock Just as necessary as laying in the winter cjal is the selection good Magazines for the Home Write J P Drummonds Livingston Ky for his prices before buying Send for catalogue now The residents and property own ers of Newcomb Ave have shown the proper spirit by all joining to gether and making two pieces of screen wall on that street which were badly needed Eld A C Griffith will preach at Gum Grove on the third Satur day night Sunday and Sunday night Elds Griffith and Clonse will begin a series of meetings at Walnut Grove the 2nd of Decem ber Alfred Owens and Miss Mary Shivell of the Maretbuig section were married Saturday at the residence of Rev M G Fish near Hialt Mrs Owens is a daughter of Philips Shivell a prominent far mer of the West End and Mr Owens is a prominent farmer They will reside in MX Vernpn a few months and then move to their place near Maretburg The u official count of Rock castle in Tuesday election gives O Rear for governor a majority of 694 over McCreary Bethurum for auditor carries the county by 745 over his opponent Henry M Bosworth and in the Senatorial race Joe F Bos wort ran away with himself carrying the county P39 over his opponent Dr J Harry Hendren The stock law carried in Browns precinct bya majorityof 104 and in Brodhead the majority to keep lip the cows was 86 making a total ofiqo majority in the two precincts From the general talk it will not be very long until the stock law will be voted upon in every mag isteral district in the county In the representative and railroad commissioner races the republican had no opposition and of course the candidates ran along with the rest of the ticket The Prohibition Socialist Socialist Labor and Peoples Party of America Tickets received only a few votes in the county The Womans Missionary Society- of the Presbyterian church will hold its r gular monthly meeting- at Langdon Dormitory Thursday afternoon November i6at three plannedIa course of study using the text South Americaby Thomas B Neely All the ladies desiring to know more of our sister continent- are most cordially invited to attend this meeting which egins the study of South America PROGRAM Scripture reading Psalm loo Prayer Song i South America Topics Georgaphical Sketch M Kefauv r Natural products and resources Mrs Dyche Commercial development Miss Clarkson Cities Mrs Adams Economical outlook Mrs John Brown Why neglected Miss Rtbecca Watson Vocal duet 2 Missesi Oskamp andMaxwel- J r L1VINGSPUN- Miss Rose Hall who has been the attractive guest ofaersister Mrs1 George has returned to her home at Rowland Lawrence Rice of Lebanon Junction spent Tuesday with homefolks Atty C C Williams of Mt Voriion was iu town WedntdaYMts L tl Davis is visiting relatives in Wallacetown Mr and Mrs Will Krueger of Lonisville were here the first of the weekMr and Mrs Fred Neighbors were in Louisville Wednesday and Tlmr day Joe Childress spent Sunday in PennIGreen in London last wtek Fred Pike of Corbin was with homefolks SundayAn interest iug feature of the Bible Class of the Christian Church is a contest to be held Sunday morningMrs- G N Pittman and little ghter Nellie Elizabeth of Pittsburg were the guests of Mrs Wm Sams last week Garrard and James Burton of Danville are visiting relatives hereWltt Hall Rowland is with his sister Mrs lor Martin for a few days Hall has just returned home after serving four year in the navyMrs Wm Sams was in London between trains Tuesday Mr and Mrs Geo Martin entertained Saturday evening io honor 01 their guests Miss Ros aad Will Hall of Rowland All timeIF of tine firm of the R M K Flour Co Mrs J C Martin and daughter Nora Mae have returned to their home at Grays Ky after spending several days with Mrs Martins mother Mrs Ruth Stanley Miss Anna Walton was at home rom Union College first of the week Mrs Mollie Burton ot Leona Mines Va is visiting bet mother Mrs Ruth Stanley and sister Mrs Will Ward Mr A Pennington who has been time keeper for the W J Sparks Co atMt Vernon quarry has returned home He highly compliments the proprietors and laboring men fjr the courteous manner shown him while associated with themThe election passed off quietly at this place There was no opposition for town trustees Now let prejudiand envy cease to exist aud all pull together for a better town BRODHEAD ttiL Miss Eila Carson visited AILS Clide Vatson last Saturday and SundayMrs E B New and has returned home after visiting in Richmond and LowellSam Pen nington was down from Livingston one dav last weekOwen Cass was at home first of the week from New Hope where he has been working for the past few weeks Dr George Frith was up from Louisville first of the week Russel Brown was up from Stan ford Sunday calling Boole Tnompson was in town fist of the weekMiss Angie Hunt of Mar etsburg visited Mrs Daisy Hunt Saturday and SundayMrs Herr don Hutcheson ot Owenton is with sister Mrs W E GravelyMra- nd Mrs J M Roberts visited iu Stanford and Danville last week Mis J F Carter is visiting in- ShelbvCountyMr Bryan Perk ins of Mount Vernon visited rela tives here last weekSbirly Tate was in town first of the week Miss Elizabeth Tharp delightfully entertained a number of her friends last Saturday evening Miss Emma Ha mm of Louisville is with her cousin Miss Mattie Owens Mrs Rose Christie visited in Stan ford first of the weekMrs Harry Hilton and Miss Ruby of Stanford spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs Susie Cheiry Arthur An derson of Paris was here first of the weekJ G Frith recently sold a pair of mules to Owen Jarrette for 290 Mrs Alice Albright visited at Marctsbutg first of the week Miss Mary Shivehof this place and Alfred Owens a prosperous young farmer of the Maretshurg section were married at Mount Vernon last Friday afternoon Nute Marlow isat home froni Henderson Jno Robins was in CrabOrchard Wed nesday on buisness tdampen binditbyChas r AS BAD AS THAT Are Kentuckians Willing to to Tail Eanders 1 FINE CATTLE AND CHILDREN IIHeiferstysix Sixty and Even a Hundred PupilsI known for a long time that Ivontuckys standing In matters educa tional was very low 1 had known that she was in the grip of illiteracy with all its attendant evils but I had hardly expected to tlnd such a large number of hpr rural population willing simply to let things go One day while chatting with a member of a county board of education in a rich county he happened to say I tell you Ive been interested in education mightily interested for a long time Ive been on this board for mighty nigh ten year I am delighted to hear you say that you are interested I hastened to reply for you know Kentucky stands thirtyninth in the list of the states when it comes to education Thats not very far from the end of the listIWe nqed men like you to help us things moving The old gentleman stroked his griz zled beard thoughtfully and I felt cer tain that I had made a vivid impression A smile a very small smile wrinkled the corners of his eyes as he said quietly I reckon you forgot one thing in this whole business Homebodys got to be tall eanders aint they had a glimpse of rural Kentuckys attitude towardeducation Cattle and Children I was tired and discouraged after days of school inspection in Jefferson county so I had decided to take a day off and visit the State Fair and see the sightsBlue ribbon asked the man wearing a broad smile as he came down the main roadway You bet he exclaimed He caught sight of my camera and continued Dont you want to take a snapshot of my heifer As he turned the splendid young animal into position for a photograph I had a chance to look her over carefully I was certain she was of royal blood for her horns looked like pol ishcd ebony and her toe nails had been I ONE OF THE SEVEN HEIFERS manicured that morning Vhen she was led to the barn near by I knew she was a royal princess for the stable boy was waiting to throw her opera cloak over her and lead her to Tier stall How many heifers have you here haclIu I have my hands full this time he exclaimed I have seven to take cart of Thats about the limit when you are doing the State Fair all right- I left the barn and went out Into the roadway to think I recalled vividly a school visited only the day before where a young man in Jefferson county was striving to handle thirty six boys and girls in all eight grade and another school where a tired worn an worried with sixtyfive I have seen 100 In one room The roadway was crowded with splendid healthy boys and girls brown with the kisses of a summer sun They were laughing and chattering full to THIRTYSIX BOYS AND GIRLS FOE ONE TEACHER overflowing with the zest of living Watching them as they passed thoughtGoodness What is the matter with our old commonwealth when tin stockmen all know that it takes one man to handle seven Jersey heifers in a state fair and they do not know that one teacher cannot possibly handle from thirty to seventy young animals and have them in condition to take prizes In the show ring of life i felt that the children of Kentucky were not getting a fair square deaL There is little f auger from a cold or from an attack of the byIpn n never when Chrmberlains Cough Remedy is used This remedy has won its great reputation and extensive sale by its remarkable cur s of colds and grip and can bfe relied upon with implicit confidence For salt byGhas GDavis i + t i III = k Ifr 1 i3 1f1Xi 1lB a L A R PBbIffi Q r QrC i1nr 7stri lt7rr3n rTxxs AN I t DeioortIThis Thats your business If you voted the Democratic Ticket Thats your business If you want to commit suicide tJ That s the Coroners Business If you want to get married Thats the County Clerks business If you want the be- stCLOTHNG HATS Liii 3 HOE S LIJIA- NDFURNSHNG t GOODS EVER E f SHOWN IN ROCKCASTLE COUTJSIY tTHATS OUR BUSINESS FSHI4 A LOOK FOR THE SIGN OF THE I WE ALWAYS SHOW THE EEW THINGS FIRST 1 BIRTHS Born to the wife of Joe McKenzie a fine girl I Mr and Mrs Robt Langford ire rejoicing over the arrival ofa fine girl A fine boy arrived at the home f Goe Evans Orlando Wednes lay The Mt Vernon Dramatic Club vill present II Mr Bob the two at comedy at Brodhead Nov fth Should all arrangements e perfected and the troupe go lown we hope that our sisters town ill give them the patronage they o justly deserve The play is yell put on and will be ap1 reciatedwherever presented In the town election the first oard composed of Rob Cox I awrence R A Welch M J lillerandE B Brown won by jajorities ranging from 14 to 28 ver the last boardannounced hich was comp of R A parks WT Dais S T Proctrr M Poynter and Dr R W Dyche The town election was u emed of more importance haul the State and so tar as th otcrs within the corporate limit reconcerned was about the only jog considered The tacky partygiven at the tome ofDr and Mrs R W yche last Friday night was ong of he mcst enjoyable occasions of the asontte prize offered rr the ickiest couple was awarded to tiss Leila Mae Lovell and Mr mentswhiicherhert nsisted of red leinoriade served torn a pumpkin with a gourda linger snaps served from wooden rays were set yed by Misses Kola ones Anna Tate and Virginia avi About fifty were present Everyone reporta delightfur time 1 f i e r D Roy Beaslev tells this potato story Something over a year ago Mr Pleas Singleton found a potato in a rat bed in an old hollow stump He cut the potato in several pieces and planted from which he raised 64 well developed potatoes Mr Beasley says that Mr Singleton gave him one of those potatoes this year and from the one he raised 264 Mr Beasley says he intends to plant the 264 next year and with the same proportionate increase he will have all necessary to supply his entireneigbborhood I do not believe there is any other medicine so good for whoop ing cough as Chamberlains Cough Remedy wlites Mrs Francis Turpinpjunction City Ore This remedy is also unsurpassed for colds and croup For sale by Chas C Davis POSTED We whose names appear below strictly forbid any kind of trespass 4 rR upon our lands any one guilty pf same will be prosecuted tothe lull extent tthc law T D Mullins MS Nannie Hunt Gus Staverson Mrs Josie DevaulL BALKED AT COLD STEEL I wouldut let a doctor cut m Yxfoot offsaid H D Ely Bantam Ohio although a hornable ulcer had been the plague of my life for four ears Instead I used Bucklens Arnica Salve and uiv foot was soon completely cured jl Heals Burns Boils Sores Bruises Eczema Pimples Corn Suret Pile cure 25c at Chas C Davis s 1A first class distributor in the d States postal service disused of of mail in eleven711rieces ROYAL BAKING POW ER Absolutely Puy- Absluf f bas no substitute Many mixtures are offered asLsubstitutes for Royal No other baking powder is the same in composition or effectiveness or so wholesome and economical nor will make such fine food i t Royal is the on1Y Baking Powder made rom Royal Grape Cream of Tartar 4 ji ti f 4 rM Ws I T2aJ COMMISSIONERS SALE y ROGKCAsTLE CIRCUIT COURTIJohn Eld r Peter Holuian Plaintiff VS Sale George Lockett aJiasIMcRoberts etc By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court rendered at its August Term 1911 I shall pro ceed to offer for sale at the frontI door of the Court House Vernon Rockcastle County Ky to the highest and best bidder at public auction on Monday the 27th day of November 1911 between the hours of 9 oclock a m and 4 pm being regular COunty Court day on a credit of six months the following de scribed real estate located in Rockcastle County Kentucky being three tracts which are describen as follows Tract No 1 Known as the Peter Holdam home place which is bounded on tne north by what is known as the R C Rey nolds or Bower farm and the farm of G B Sutton on tne east by what is known as the Denson tract of land owned by O H Waddle and C C Williams and on the west by the lands of Sarah A Barnes and Jesse Reynolds and containing about 105 acres Track No2 Known as the 4Benson tract and is bounded on by the lands of G B Sutton on the east by the lands of David Proctor and on the south by the lands of W A Colyer and on the west by what is known as the Peter Holman homestead and containing about 4o No 3 Known as the W A Colyer tract is bounded on the north by lands of David proctor on the east by the lands of David elder and Gabe Hunt on the south by the lands of Gabe Hunt and O H Waddle and C C Williams and on the west by what is known as the Denson tract containing about 65 acresFor purchase prict the 0purchaser must execute bond with approved surety bearing interest from day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a judgment Bidders must be prepared to comply with these termsG S GRIFFIN Master Commissioner Rockcastle Connty Court COMMISSIONERS SALE ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT Lucy Livesay ctPlaintiffs VS Commissioners Sale Jonah Bryant Defendant By virtue ofa judgment and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court rendered at the Atgust term 1911 thereIshall proceed to offer for sale at the front door of the Court House in Mt Vernon Rockcastle County Ky to the highest and best bidder at public auction on Monday the 27th day of Novem ber 1911 between the hours of oclock am and 4 oclock p m being regul r County Court day on a credit ref six months the following described real es tate located in Rockcastle County Kentucky and bounded asfollowsOn north by the lands of W B Whitehead and O P Bos tic on the east by the lands of W B Whitehead on the south by the lands of W B Whitehead and D L Bryant and on the west by the lands of R S Sowder and Adam Bryant The interest of Jonah Bryant only in the above described land will be sold o- rt of saifr tract For the purchaso price the purchaser must execute bond with improved surety bearing interest from day of sale until paid ttod haying the force vend effect of a1 judgment Bidders must prepared to conply with these terms G a GRIFFIN Master Commissioner Rockcastie Circuit Court COkLISS1ONJJtSSALErz ROC KCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT W rJL Purcell Plaintiff VSV Commissioners Sale W T Bullock and Sam Chandler Defendants By jltue of a judgment and order Of sale of the Rockcastle CircuitsCourt rendered at the August term 1911 thereof I shall proceed to offer for sale ab the front door of the Court- House in Mt Vernon Rock castle County Ky to the highest and best bidder at public auction on Monday the 27th day of November 1911 between the hours of 9 oclock m and 4 oclock p m being regular County Court day on a credit of six months the following de scribed real estate located in Rockcastle County Kentucly on the waters of Skeggs Creek and bounded as follows On the north by the lands cf Gran Cromer on the east by the lands of William Doan on the south by the lands of William Doan and Henry Cromer and on the west by the lands of Gran Cromer and William Doan and containing 5o acres more or lessFor the purchase price the purchaser must execute bond with approved surety bearing interest from the day of ale nntil paid and having the force and effect of a judgment Bid ders must be prepared to comply with these termsG S GRIFFIN Mastea Commissioner Rockcastle Circuit Court A FATHERS VENGEANCE would have fallen on anyone who attacked the son of Peter Bondy of South Rockwood Mich but he was powerless before at tacks of Kidney trouble Doc tors could not help him he wrote so at last we gave him Electric Bitters and he improved wonder fully from taking six bottles It the best Kidney medicine I ever saw Backache tired feeling Nervousness LOSS of Appetite warn of Kidney trouble that may end in dropsy diabetes or Brights disease Beware Take Electric Bitters and be safe Every bottle guaranteed 50C at Chas C Davis COMMISSIONERS SALE ROCKGASTLE CIRCUIT COURT- C C Williams Plaintiff VS Commissioners Sale Nannie Owans c Defendants By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court rendered at its August term 1911 I shall pro ceed to offer for sale at the front door of the Court House in Mt Vernon Rockcastle County Ky to the highest and best bidder at public auction on Monday the 27 day of November 1911 between the hours of 9 oclock a m and 4 p m being regular County Court day on a credit of six months the fol lowing described real estate located in Rockcastle County Kentucky on the Dry Fork of Crooked Creek and bounded as followsOn north by the lands of Sam Allen and Effie McGuire on the east by the lands of John McCracken and Conley Hale on the south by the lands of M J Miller and Ellen Davidson and on the west by the lands of L J Scott and containing I5o acres more or less For the purchase price the purchaser must execute bond with approved surety bearing interest from day of sale until paid and having the force qnd effect of a judgment Bidders must be prepared to comply with these terms G S GRIFFIN Master Commissioner Rockcastle Circuit Court A TEXAS WONDER The Texas Wander cures kidney and bladder troubles removing gravel cures diabetes weak and lame backs rheumatism an ml irregularities of the kidneys and in both men and women Regulate blabder trebles in chibren If no sold by your druggist will be sent by mail on receipt of 100 One small bottle is two months treat ment and Seldoms fails to perfect a cnre Send for testimonials from his and other states DrEW- Hall 2926 Olivestreet Louis Mo Sold by druggist FOR SALEThree fine bird dogs One old dog and two 16 months old JQHMBENTON ct 27 2t Brodfiead Ky Chamberlains Stca and Liver Tablets do not sicken or grip and may lie tak nwith perfect safety by the most deli cate women or the youngest child feeble willaTh find forjaidingIating4heibwelsi by Chas C Davis State of Ohio City of Toledo 1 Lucas County j ssi Frank J Cheney makes oath that he is senior partiner of ot the firm of F J Cheney Co doing business in the City of Toledo IIthatof ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for J eachand every cise of CatarrhIthat cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh CureIFRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me and sub scribed in niv pr qencr this 6th day of December A D 1886 Seal A WGLEASON Notary Public Halls Catarrh Cure is takan internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of thr system Send for testimonials free F J CHENEY Co Toledo O Sold by all Druggists 750 Take Halls Family Pills for conJ tipaiion COMMISSIONER SSALE ROCKCASrLE CIRCUIT COURT Hayes Wood Plaintiffs VS Commissioners Sale T J Hayes Admr et aI- Defendants By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court rendered at the August Term 1911 thereof I sholl proceed to offer for sale at the front door of the Court House in Mt Vernon Rockcastle County Ky to the highest and best bidder at public auction on Monday the 27 day of November 1911 between the hours of 9oo a m and 4oo pm being regular County Court day on a credit of six months the following described real estate located in Rockcastle County on the waters of Roundstone Creek and bounded as follows Beginning at a stake with black oak pointers thence N 43 W 56 poles toa sfake at a wire fence thence N 47 E 66 poles to a stake thance S 47 W 56 poles tothe beginning and con taining 19J acres For the purchase price the purchaser must execute bond with approved surety bearing interest from day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a judgment Bidders must be prepared to comply with these termsG GRIFFIN Master Commissioner Rockcastle Circuit Court SATED MANY FROM DEATH W L Mock of Mock Ark believes he has saved many lives in his 25 years of experience in the drug business Vhat I always like to do be writes is to recom piend Dr Kings New Discovery for weak sore luugs hard colds hoarseness obstinate coughs la grippe croup asthma or other bronchial affection for I feell sure that a number of my neighbors are dive and wall today because they took my advice to use it I hon estly believe its the best throat and lung medicine thats madea Easy to prove hes right Get a trial bottle free or regular 5oc or 00 bottle Guaranteed by Chas C Davis COMMISSIONERS SALE ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT W E Smith Plaintiff VS Commissioners Sale F L Thompson Admr of Marion Smith c Defendants By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court rendered at its August Term 1911 I shall pro ceed to offer for sale at the front door of the Court House in Mt Vernon Rockcastle County Ky to the highest and best bidder at public auction on I Monday the 27th day of Novem ber 1911 between the hours of 9 oclock a m and 4 p m being regular County Court day on a credit of six months the fallowing described real estate located in Rockcastle County rKentucky and bounded as fol lows IOn the north by the lands of W R McClure and F L Thomp son on thu east by the lands of Js rah Lee on the outh by the Jatids 04W N Thompson and Vm the west by the lands of Richard Mullins and W D Live 1ayand containing 2o acres more or less For the Ull Lj price the purchaser muecute bond vh approved surety bearing interest from dayof sale until id and having the force and effect of a judgment Bidders maist be prepared complywith these terms fr- ti G S GRIFFINj Master Commissi nor Eockcastle Circuit Coiirt- OOMMISSOKNEHS SALE ROCKGASTIjE CIRCUIT COURT W IIVSLinda Bentoe Extrx of P Benton c Defendants By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court rendered ut August Term 1911 thereof lteI shall proceed to offer for the front door of the Court in Mt Vernon houseI County Ky to the best bidder at public auction on Monday the 7th day of November 19 1 between the hours lof 9 oo oclock a m and 4oo oclock p m being regular County Court day on a credit of six months the following de scribed real estate located in Rockcastle County Kentucky on the waters of Copper Creek and bounded as follows On the north by the lands of James Brook on the eastvby the lands of E D Wilmott on the south by the lands of Robert Peters and on the west by the lancs of and containing acresFor purchase price the purchaser must execute bond with approved surety bearing- interest from day of sale until- paid and having the force and effect of a judgment Bidders- must be prepared to comply with these terms G So GIIIFFIN Master Commissioner- Rockcastle Circuit Court IGROVING ALFALFA IN KENTUCKyA PROFTABLE CROP WHICH Is A SUBSTITUTE 1Foa CLOVER HAY Present hay prices seem to necesitate alfalfa culture in rCia = ==c = EQUIPMENT fo f iJH t j2d4 tucky It hat been successfully grown by Mr W P Givens of Shelby City Mr Allen S Edelen of Burgin and other bv sown g nto ground prepared as fnrf hemp and preferable the seed should he secured fro the Kansas Experi ment Statio and inoculated with bacteria frou the Commissioner of agticnlti alter the soil has been coated with 50 pounds of lime to thacrt sown broadcast with manu s r rte nnrt covered W6tUlti wi h 20 pounds ofsttd one inch Sill in this locality in September MIS legume becomes cured on of eradicate we ds that the second harvest in six weeks may be heavier and tree of cuier growths Taere being tour crops annually the yield is Iron Unee to five timesIas great as rel clover a so rich in poteiir and of less food value ior horvjs as well as other stock Any one can grow alfalfa who will use lIe care in the inocu lation of soilId seed which is necessary in Kentucky since ourI land is not in us nature fertile to this plant nni propagation will not take ple without artificial means whic can be done here by monern scientific treatment The bactir a is sensative to light and the seed must be sown and covered in the dark or on a cloudy day or at sun down and for that reason the successful growers whose names are men tioned sowed only six to ten acres the first year and increased the average when the value of the crop was estimated from experience Those interested in better hay will learn the details of alfalfa growing as in addition to fertilizer lor thin land the yield this year per Here at 125 per hundred pounds will equal the value ot the laud on which the crops were grown or Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription Is the best of nIl medicines for the cure of diseases disorders and weaknesses peculiar to women It is the only preparation of its kind devised by a regularly gradu ated physician an experienced and skilled specialist in the diseases of women It is n safe metljciiie in any condition of the system THE ONE REMEDY whichcontains no alcohol mid no injurious habitforming drugs and which creates no craving for suchstimulants THE ONE REMEDY so good that its makers are not afraid to print its every ingredient on each outside bottlewrapper and attest to the truthfulness of the same under oath Itis sold by medicine dealers everywhere and any dealer who it can get it Dont take a substitute of unknown composition for this medicine OF COMPOSITION No counterfeit is as good as the genuine and the druggist who says something else is just as good as Dr Pierces is either mistaken or is trying to deceive you for his own benefit Such a man is not to be trusted He is trifling with your most priceless possessionyour health may bs your life itself See that you get what you ask for My Doctor Said Try Cardui writes Mrs Z V Spell of Hayne N C I was in a very low state of health and was not able to be up and tend to my duties I sid try Cardui and soon began to feel better I got able to be up and help do my housework I continued to take the medicine and now I am able to do my housework and to care for my children and I feel as though I could never praise Cardui enough for the benefits I have received ICARDUI aldItojsplit IWomans Cardui is successful because it is made especially forIwomen and acts specifically on the womanly constitution Cardui does one and does it well That explains 50yearsinHealth and happiness If you are a woman feel tired dull and are nervous cross and irritable its because you need a tonic Why not ky Cardui Cardui builds strengthens restores and acts in every way as a special tonic remedy for women Test it for yourself Your druggist sells Cardui Ask him TenlJforSptdatJratructioru t WIMTER TOURIST TO- KETSFLORIDA TO AND ALL SOUTHERN RESORTS 11ONSALE DAILY VIA I ALL been hasnt selfish QUEEHCKSCENT ROUTE DININGCA ALL SERVING RSI A LA GOOD RETURNING UNTIL MAY 31 1912 fULL TICKET ROUTE on WIUTD- If C KINO Passe ccr and TIcket Agent E Male St LEXINGTON KY l Hj t SS i J 1r STSScS51 Children Cry for Fletchers 1tLdiTu- eKind You Have Always Bought and which has been in use for over 30 years has borne the signature of and has lefl made under his per c21r1 sonal supervision since its Infancy Allow no one to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA mCastoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neithci 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 GENUINE CASTORIA AL- WAYSct e Signature of 4 The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years tHE ft STRICT CITf WE USE DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE I dont to grease a CO iA = RS S = 2 Ky =3 g 3- E E of 3 allpints 3 E Manager 112 = UbKAnd U1UiUU C o t w i I O fJA ii i Y I fr f S 1 AV l Our line of Couch Caskets is unexcelled Handmade Coffinsfurnished Hearse sent to all parts off the County n AU orders byWire Promptly Filledj 1 WIA1 COX Phone 94S MT VERNON KY rJIiG t irL iS 1LJ U- I