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Mrs Wm who is very and to Mrs H A Mrs who has her Mrs Nat for has to her in are to ts has reo r from a to Mt Dr R and has be iJ S of is for a few w Sat y Mc of Ml were j was in ly = is a in z t wft oa want to who it ra1t has ohn ing his Mr f Bur onJ pi ift r S Sld and li Ivl 1 1887 Toys Toy Trunks Toy WagonsT oy Furniture Toy Banks Toy Guns Toy Stoves Toy Washboards In fact everything found in Toyland Dolls Doll Beds Cradles Toy Engines and Iron Toys galorei KJf i2 ri 7i PHONE f aeWateasseoaBrs IF nyon enorniJiis 50c anirs better LOSE LIY1NG8TOJS Lawrence Price Lebadon Junc with home folks daysMiss Lauda Barber KYlis guest sisTer Miller PrestonW1iand Cbas Blanford spent Saturday Sunday with Brown Parksville Fahin with typhoid fever writing Angeline Owens week Paris where intends mike future home many friends regret give that their Paris gain Frd Owens taken charge phoneexchangeMr French frotlfGulf Miss week mother French sickHarr Frank Orndorff have returned Louisville after spending several days with their mother Orndorff Win Bridwell been with sister Crouch several weeks returned home Louisville v1e glad know thather health very much improved Miss flora Earle Pennington turned viSit Vernon faidiBrodhead GWebb generalaHimlins stock taken Judge newiMlgTfifriii Will Webb Magee JpPH Woodall London ijfitrt davsEarr Price juiHsnie fromi Williamsburg tjtnd SundavMisses fiorftrr DSdson Vernon eTtetweentrainsMondayConn 1toiffi IdtVeenon town There visitor know BJW bbMiSSEliza Orchard mOfM tungtJ Harry uncle Miss Ruth nville visiting rillJ Ruth Statf t ltQu1 te6Jk Mullins r 1 Established iR Toys Toys Toys 04 residence of T M DeesA H Hamlin was in Cincinnati last week buying dry goods Miss Ann Tate- lan4 Walter Miller of Mt Vernon were the guests of Mr and Mrs Will Kruger SunravMrs Mol lie Miller of Mt Vernon was here between trains WednesdayMr- end Mrs Batt Sams had as their guests Sunday Mr and Mrs R E Ham and Prof and Mrs A W Wright Mrs Joe OMaryand children spent several days in Louis ville last weekMrs David Lind say who has been the guest of relatives in Cave City has returned home Miss Cleo Pennington was at home from Brown Memorial School Mt Vernon last weeky Mr Marion Beets of LeBanou Junc tion was with Mr and Mrs Thomas Farley several days last weekB Hagan is in Louisville for sever- aldaysMrs L H Davis has re turned home after spending two week with her parents at WaU c- etonMr Thomas Farley who has been working in Bedford Ind has resigned his position and returned home Bromo Ky Nov 20 IQII I DITOR SIGNAL Iwas appointed a delegate to the Greater Kentucky Convention I left on Nov i3 to attend the convention which was to be held the 14 and 15 I had the pleasure of hearing Henry Waterson make a speech on Morals and Christianity which was quite interesting The next morning I went to the Gait House where the convention was held It was opened with prayer and the first thing under considerationvasI betier schools We had many warm and interesting speeches on the subject They drafted a bill to be presented be f re the next legislature for better schools throughout Ky The nextiWas the good road prppp ftibn H A Summers made us a speech in favor of State Aid vihch he was heartily cheered The next speech was made by the Gdmrnissibhelect bf r- iton how to make good l t roads His idea was to take the convicts out of prison and take them to counties where turn pikes were to be made and let the county grade the roads and the prisoners quarry and crush the stone which will be presented be fore the Legislature The next was the amendment of the Constitution we had a speech from Senator W O Bradley on it and also a speech on tax reform and one one by Governor elect Mc Creary who presided over the convention the last day We had many other speeches on tax reform The Commercial Club took care of us at the Galt Bouse and at the close of tIfe convention they gave us a banquet which they served into courses and kept us at the table 2 hours Ihey bad many more speecnes on various subjects we adjourned then it being 100 p m This Convention was held at Louisville Ky I regret very much that I could not stay to hear W J Bryan speak The delegates had a special invitation Yo urs respectfully GEO W MAULER State of Ohio City of Toledo jVsuFrankthat he is senior partinerof of the firm of F J Cheney Co doing business in the City of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum bf ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every c seofCatarrh that cannot be cured by the use ot Halls Catarrh Cure FRANK J CIIENRYI Sworn to before me and sub scribed in my presence thiss6th day of December A D 18867 iSeal AW GLEASON v Notary Public Hams Catarrh Cure is takan internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of thr system Send for testimonials free F J CHENEY Coy Toledo 0 x Sold raTaketip jin1 qbs 14 n CYrr t fOI FLET CHE SJCAS LQRIAr V SSc tJ J Ai Mfc VERNON SIGNAL 1 FRIDAY Nov 24 1IIt FublishaieveryFridaybyEDGAR T fS UBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR IOO 44dvetiing rales made known on application t MEMBER OP KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION A WORLD OF WARNING The direct primaries plank in the Democratic platform his been construed by the parts s leader as a pledge that the people will be given the rigi t name their representatives municipal county district aud State by a direct voe the expense of such primaries to be borne by the municipality ihe county the clistr ct r the State as the case may he and the law of the State to insure a fair field equal opport vyand swift pun ishment vi ere these rights are de nied On the strength of that con struction the Democratic party has been plated in power It has come to The Times that in certain congressional distrrts men desirous of the Democratic nomination are seeking to have conventions held in the hope that through combination and ifneed be manipulation their personal ambition will brt gratified The Times has no personal interest in the outcome of any congressional campaign but we donbt seriously it such schemes are carriedout whether the nomination will repay r t1P cost The Democrats of the State have been promised the righ 7 cuKect primary and the man iwlointerferes with the exercise of right is more than likely to receive his just rebuke at the polls If le loesnot the chances are all in fiyor of the probability that his first term will be his last The Democratic party in Ken lucky is now a unit for first time in almost twenty vears The term on which it won victory are too plain tor misunderstanding The E diity to redeem its promises can neither be escrpid noravoided The Dtcvat wh believes thut the oc casio is one in which his personal will cn with safety or protit be I oprod to the full performance of i of the pat tys obligations plan ning most effectively for hTh speedy and permanent retirement from j out il activity W K O W t LL THEY BF noon iirr atis e 6 aaiiivted throujiout fStti as to ho yiil be the apj oinctes of the newl y electedj Democratic State officers saysW S K in the Louisville Times Most of the latter say that they have not fully decided upon the men who will occupy places under them As might naturally be supposed there is a lively ucramoic on tor nearly allthe places in the S ae department State Auditorelect Henry M Bosworth who was in Louisville yiiterday said that two Louis yule men would get clerkships inI bis orfire They tire Chas J ng and H Z Churchill AuditorI Bjsworth said that he finally determined who would be that11itt brother Clifford Bcsworth would b State Fire Marshal It is also uo lerstood that John Rice ol Lawrence county John PillLand Charles J Howes both nMoit ilbttaken cue of bv the new Auditor tor j was candidate for Assistant HowesI of the Hon e of Representatives has withdrawn horn the race which is taken to he that he has been Ih provided lor in the Auditors office j4ivsantttAttOrneyneral let lia decid d upon two ap Mills1IcMintv will he the Second Assist ant Attorney General Mr Logan was the first candidate to announce for the Democratic nomination Attorney General hut lorI from the race reveral months fore the State primary As hereto Joie ann Jnceif Charles H Morris t l t Lkp I J present law clerk in tat svfice will be the Third Asistant Attorney General It is understood that the place of First Assistant Attorney General was tendered to Judge Charles R McDowell ct Danville but he declined The salary attached to the places ol First and Second Attorney Gen eral is 3500 each While udge McDowell is one of the most astute- political managers and ardent nany workers in the State it is known that he does not hanker sifer tle fleshpots and his friends say these is hardly an office that he could be tempted to accept While Robert L Greene the incoming Cleik of the Court of Ap peals has made no statenlent as to his appointees it is expected thai he vll iime his son Bent Gen Chief Deputy Clerk It his about been defiauel settled thit no LlJuis ilk man will have a place in this olfice Tom Byars of Shelby conn y is slattd for one of ths best places ill the Secretary of States office lohn W Newman the new Com missioner ot Agriculture will name Ben Sand of Louisville oresent Councilman from the Twelfth Ward State Labor Inspector James G Dent of Gra son comity is tipped for Secretary of the State Board of Agriculture Gov McCreary so far has noti indicated who he will appoints private secretan There is r strong tip out that RoLert G Phillips of Elizabeth will receive the appiintweut ol State Inspector and Examiner Mr Phillip was the Secretary of the State Cam paign Committee Henry R Lawrence of Trigg county who had charge of the speakers bureau is also prominently men tioned for a good place under the incoming Democratic Administra ition It universally agretd that Col Tom Smith of Richmond can have anything he wants BOOSTS FOR CLARK Charles F Highsmith who has stated that he will be a candidate as delegate to the next Democratic Natioul Convention said Spe k er Clark has always been a close friend of William J Bryan politically speaking and otherwise HeJs and always has been an earnest adocate of his policies part of which he thinks best for the American people Hearst has come back to the fold and has lately declared for Chi k His great chain of newspapers from the Atlantic to the Pacific will get thousands of votes for Clark If Champ Clark is nominated for President the three greatest fact ions of the Democratic party the Bryan faction the Clarkadherents and ihe Hearst advocates will all be thoroughly united fr the coming gtruggle the greatest political con fLct the world has ever known Pensacola Florida Metropolis Dodge City Kansas Nov nth Champ Clark was injrsed for the nomination or Pr did nt by a convention 01 thU irngressionall district here this district consists of thirtytwo countjes Sixth District Congressmani Robert C Wickliffe oni LouisiauaIdelegation sized uj the National Lemocratic outlook from a presidential view point interestingly concluding with the dec ration that Champ Clark the Mirabeau of the coming political revolution seems destined from all present appearances to step as did James K Polk from the Sjeakers chair into the White House New Orleans LaI lItemiIIn reply to the question as to he favored for thi Demo cratic nomination for ibe presi dency Senator Graham aidWell I 2m a southerner and I am like every other true Southerner I gue s I do believe that Champ Ch11kj s the beat uuu lor be South On that account I keep saying to everyman that Imeet nextJPresident Leader Champ Clark stands as the em bodied spLit of the Democratic congress He represents in hi own persons its manhood ijs courage and its progressiveness He is one of the men who in tbe drIOYaltytOjPUblic 01thecomes bearing the Democratic ii = J message ul ts arm and pio rtss and lie cor es further oe one qualified by reason of Ilk ex perience his great anility his simple earnesUtss and his innate love and righteousness to bear the Democratic banner next year In the event the National Convention of his party should entrust linn to ttiot exalt d dutyOniinN- bvW Herald There is no doubt bulthat today Champ Clan s the jtrongeal man lie UC4 S i IlI1Presidency oc the Democratic ticket fur 1912 He neims to be as equallv strong in ihe K island Wet as he is in the Middle States Ira man can Ie chosen wliis HS strong in the East and West as is S eaker Clark the Smth will never Inl to support him with hii brital m jtllC Sa pbur Okla Democrat COlHSlOEirS SALEg ROKLAaII4E CIRCUIT COURT vrp Purcell Plaintiff VS Commissioners Sale W T Bull ckJnrl Sam Ciiaiiiil r Defimdants By virtue of a judgniint and order of silo of the Rockcastle Circuit Court rendered at the Augusf teun rgur thereof I shall proceed to offer for sale at the fvorit door of the Court House in Alt Vernon Rock caste Couiity Ky to the highest and best bidder atpulicauction on Monday the 27th diy of November 1911 batween the hours of 9 oclockam and 4 oclock p in being regular County Court day on a credit of six months the following de scribed real estate located in Rockcattle County Kentucky on the waters of Skeirgs Creek and bounded as follows On the north by tile lands of Gran Crorner on the east by ho lands of William Doan on the south by the lands of William Doan and HVmry JCronier and on the west by thi lands of Gran Croiner and William Doan and containing 5o acres more or less For the purchase pridey tlieJ purchaser must execut0 bond with approved surety bearing interest from the day oC sale until paid and having the force anil effect of a jiidgment Bid ders must he prepared to cum ply with these terms G S GRIFFIN Ma tea Commissioner Rockcastle Circuit Court 0 C03OriSSIONKRS SALE ROCKOASTLE CIRCUIT COURT Lucy Livesay c PliiiiiifTs VS Commissioners SJIe Jomh Bryant Def ndl11t By virtue ofa judgment sind order of sale of the Rocu castle Circuit Court rendered at the A gut term lUll thereof shall procefii1 to off r for sue at the front door of the court House iii Mt Vernon Rockcastle County Ky to the highest and best bidder at public auction on Monday the 27th day of N vem ber 1911 between the hotirs of 9oJocka m and 4 oclock In being regular County Court day on a credit of six months the following described real es tate located in Rockcastle County Kentucky and bounded as follows On the north by the lands of W B Whitehead and 0 P Bos tic on the east by the lands of W B Wbitehead on thesouth by the lauds of W B Whitehead and p L Bryant and on the west hy the lands of R S Scwd r and Adam Bryant The interest of Jonah Bryant ouly in the above depribed land will be sold o- rt of said tract For the purchase price the purchaser must execute bond with approved surety bearing interest from day of sale until paid and Jiaving the force and effect of a judgment Bidders must be prepared to comply witjV these terms G SGRCFFIN Master Commissioner hRock castle CircLit Court Cham erlains Stomach and Lvrr Tablets do not sicken or g io3 and may be taken with prfect safety Kv the runch dli cvte women 01 the youngest child The old and feeble wiJIalsofind them a most suitable remedy for a ding and strengthiug their weikened digestion and for regu lebyChas i r l Follow the fashion wear one tifj t Fishs mw FliTIJl1ZZv Hnls jui l uoseryatimi teacrie hat u pav to advertftetand vthat n dI rEorstreett well pled andviLkepi a g L tioiei uptodaie lighting andrespfectvtor jdW an xa Ita rfg iqa taU tam is as good ns hangeda city with a ha tuie s dc Iqd rtdILW ho iiibM t Vcrion cpncrele pavements is one of its biggest advertisements lalong wit ii itsfitschool ai cl IiIt A IfATHERS VENGEANCE oneInut he wa povtri s5 hIretacks uf Kidney irmibie Do f tors could nitiidp him lie wrot so at last we give him E ectric Iiitler3au he unproved wonile fuUyfrom taking six bottle It the best Kidney medicine rever i saw1 Backache tired feeling Nervousness toss of Appetite warnjsf Kidney trouble tint miv end in drops diabetes or Britfhls disease R ware Take Elect icj Bitters and be site Every hattie CIEOa15Sturm on Lqkes Michigan and Superior did great damage to shipping CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Havo Always Bought Bears the d t4Signaturo ct 44 I do not believe there is any whoopI FrancIslrcolds and croup For sale byl Clis C Davis o POSTED We whose names appear below strictly forbid any kind of iespassl upon our lands any one uiltYof auje wig beprosecutfd to the full etent 1iPJthe la TD M s Ninnie Hunt Gus StaVerson Mrs Josie Devault J J Hvsinger Not Sisters Now and again you see two women pass tessYouraotlur u3i Jaugliter and you realize that a vocifi at forty or fortyfive ought to at hilt fitust and fairest JVhy isnt it so The general health of woman boo in timntely associated with the local health of the essentially feminine organs that ther can be no red cheeks and round formrhere tliere is female weakness Women who Lave suffered from tin 7 trouble have found rrompt relief and euro in the use cf Dr f J = = e tHtntnnnnny lHHt Jnfl1 tHJnntnnntJftHUn nnnnnn nnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnt I 601N6 SOME 3 iMT 3 J U nU1UU1UUUUUUU UUUUlU1UUU1UUl UUU t IN BROWN A B FURNISH l BrownFurnish Realty Co- Ve do a general Real Estate business handle town and farm property do abstracting and pass on titles f you want to sell list your 11I us if you want to propIcan save you money Italy wants the Powersto intervene and bring TqrKey to terms the basis ofthe settlement tb be the annexation ot TMpolitania pierces Favorite Prescription It gives vigor and vitality to tho organs of womanhood It clears the complexion brightens the eyes nqd reddens the cheeks No alcohol or habitforming drugs is contained in Favorite Prescription Any sick woman may consult Dr Pierce by letter free Every letter is heldas sacredly confidential and answered in a plain envelope Address Worlds Dispensary Medical Association Dr RV Pierce Pres Buffalo NY cp3tE GRANVILLE OWENS lJ ti I Brodhead Ky I Ij COMPLETE J Coffins Caskets and Robes All Mail Tel graph or Tele phone orders piom LFilled ptIyi HUW ABOUT YOUR WATCHq DOES IT KEEP CORRECT TIME L IF NOT t WHY N TiIts you arei havingtiny such trouble about your Ayatchoi clock just turn it over to us and if it does not run no Kit wil dost younpithing We guarantee OuiMvorko Give usit tri l- V ddaliiinds of soldering andIe air work i 1 FRANK MOORE q t SOT DR s a DAViDRue STORE i r t ct i IVT VRNONY rr j 1 ftft I L i Guess its going some to have reputation of seUing the BES- TFurnituret Rugs 1 rpef51Iar d H use Furnishings IV 3I= Tha s what they all say aid I am proud to stateIcanproveit Ill take pleasure in g showing you the 3 NEWEST thats NEW B McKBHZlB T1EFURN1RE MAN VERNON KYL- ULU1ULULULULULLIULUiUiuLU1ll111111U1U1 UNDERTAKER LINE M tttttttttttt1Tfl tttttt1ttttttttttt tttt EWE RAVE E ACCOUNTS I= g As small asa dollar as large as thousands IE of dollars =I hin hO tri7 tdrl tt J r l v9rwel1 =E her of single dollar = This fact ought to encourage those who earn mod == erate incomes E It ought to induce them to do something toward zaccumulating a worthwhile provision for the fu == lure = EVe maintain that a savings account at tls bank == an account in which the owner is Rl ALiY jtf =E rBREST D is an investment hiirrtto 1I == nis jiy E l = F 3 fl z PEOPLES BANK pITrXE IC =aumu tiiiuiutiuiuuu aiuuuauuuiuumuuuu T1nT tHJn nnn g itn nun nn A Home Institution= This bank is a home institution Our loans are made right here at 111 home to our good farmers and business men It is a home institution rS rl idlefundscheck It is very simpe convenient and safe Call and we gladly ex Wf alwayshavewill be returned to you is incontestible proof of the payment of the bill T5 Yom money is safe deposited in this bank to your credit If you car =ry it in your pocket or leave it at home it may be lost or Comejti and let us talk these remitters over with you stolent 3I1111lXoo E iIFYOU WANT A 1 SUiTOF1CLUTHEt I x Y Without an equal that insure a fitt corn L fott and durability a trial wllfconvince i you we make the price andsell th goods l 3 cd L L SANDERS 9 RABon2TRDT1 a Hi t m I 7Ir vERNN SIGNAL t Mi1 VERNON KY Nov 24i 11 LiCallup No 79 wlaen waatto Cozxitxiticii with SIGNAL l91 0 A R R Co J tEITIME TA 2 tiortfc 453 Pm 4 north 352 a 3 J southon38 a D1 M vSouth 1219 a JAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 18IEntered at the Mt Vernon Ky Poqtoffice as secondclass mail matter PERSONAL James Henslev is moving back to Pineville Jim Eyersole was here from London Monday Mrs John McKenzie has been very sick this week Miss Leila Mae Lovell is visiting Judge and Mrs B Bethurum t in SomersetC has gone tot Knoxville Jo go to work for C B McClung Co Lee Rash will erect another residence in the Asher addition in I the early spring Mr A N Bently tells us that he expects to build in Mt Vernon and make this his home Mr and Mrs R A Sparks spent 4 Saturdayuntil Monday with relatives at Richmond Mss Rebecca Wats n entertained a ew dinner t her friends at a Crisco Tuesday evening Willis McKenzie rnd Charle Thompson have been hunting in Garrard county this week J J Lawrence is taking a hunt and Russel Proctor is the new night owl at the JePot Mrs W J Sparks and daughters Misses Frances Bess and Martha are in Louisville for the week Miss Cora Griffin who has bee suffering from iheumatlsm for f some time is improving slowly Mr and Mrs F L Durham and tit leson Austin Sparks sere in Hiodhead from Friday until Tues dry We are glad to know that Mr j A Pennfngtbn and family are soon to become residents of our town againMr M B Tones informs us that his brother who has been sick so long at his home at Williamsburg is deadC Frith the clever drummer and flour man of Brodeadwas hereon his weekly trip to see his customers t Miss Rhoda Bowman of Kingston is with her brother County Clerk SF Bowman for a few week visit Prof T A Houston isin Lex ington this week while the repairs to the Graded School building are being made r Walter Miller and Miss Anne Tate were with Mr and Mrs W H Krueger at Livingston Sunday between trains Clarence Furguson went over to LebanonJunction to take the agency but one night did him and he is back working second trick in the Mt Vernon office Mr and Mrs GfM Ballard have adopted a two year old girl baby which they got from the Kentucky Childrens Home Society Mrs Ballard was in Louisville last week r and got the child l Miss Dodson will have a music class tat Livingston She 1 and Miss IcCord were in Living f ston Monday perfecting arrange merits for the starting of the class tlMiss Mary Maxwell theefficien Kendergarten teacher of the Brown Memorial left fCr her home im Indianapolis Tuesday on ac count of her health Her father lt came for her Miss Rebecca Watson will have charge of the g Kindergarten until she returns 4 v Davy Craig is learning to be a rf typoand Davy is made put of the jJMfcujjjjgjit kind of stuff to makea good one Besides putting in from one 1tothree hours in the office each day he handles the Danville laundry Z basket and then puts in full time- Ssi sva A bo Ythe of his age whO t3 push and energy he has is t snreto succeed Just watch him A7 i1iink is our prediction iNrt rr r Mrs Sylvan Bordes of near Brodheadis with her Daren ts Dr aud Mis Frances t Miss Flora Karl Pennington was the pleasant guest of Miss Lenora Parrjett Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs T SVr Branauiati and Uncle Harrison Branaman were here from Wiloie Tuesday W HyCoitoigim of Pine Hill recttiJtSy appointedL 8 Ncpal inspector has med to Lixing sion Mr and Mrs Roy Beasley are uow residents of our town They occupv the residence recently vacated by Arthur Dailv near the South switch LOCALr Have you seen that new neck wear at Fishs Go to Fishs for the new Fuzzy Hats and Gaps or Men and Boys LOST or strayed Two pair ply ers one la ge one small marked with three file notches on handles Also three screwdrivers Return to telephone exchange Every one takes sc me Newspaper or Magazine and when the Sub scription expires just write or phone me to renew it for you This does away witha lot of trouble J PoE DRUMMOND Livingston Mr Bob was presented to a fairly good sized audience at Brod head Friday evening by the Mt Vernon Dramatic Club There would have been a crowded house had it not been for the inclemency of the evening The Welch Morrow School for boys will devote every Saturday morning from 8 to 12 oclock to the Mens class Every man in the county who is 21 years oldor more and cannot read or write is urged to take advantage of this opportunity There is no charge IDA MAY ADAMS Pres A full force is at work repairing the Graded school building which was damaged by fire last week but it is hardly probable tha the building will be ready for school to open Monday Watch for announcement of opening LATERMr Chas C Davis the treaurer of the board of trustees authorizes us to saythat the building wilt be ready and that school will open Monday Nov 27 Henry Bloomer and Shelt Poynter each plead guilty on last Saturday to a charge of failing to list their digs for taxation There are several others whose trials are set for tomorrow Judge Bethurum read the law on the question of listing dogs and he spoke as though be meant it when he said that section of the statute was going to be iriforced To be on the safe side list your dog or dogs no matter how worthless they are or disposed of them It is a whole lot cheaper We think the Fiscal Court acted very wise and judicious when the order was made that no claims for an amount greater than 5 00 would be allowed for any sheep killed by dogs Since the law went into effect allowing the owner pay for sheep killed by dogs payable out of the dog tax money it has been marvelous how valuable every sheep was that was killed by dogs The claims were never for less than 7 50 and from that amount on up It is true we need all The Mepfive have in the county and more too1vet it is un fortunate that cur sheep are not of a higher type as they should be and when placed on the market do not bring the best of prices and that being the case there is no reason why those who should be unfortunate to lose their sheep as the result of some worthless cur should ask the county to pay two or three times as much for a sheep as it would bring ii placed on the market for sale It only straight business proposition and the court is right in establishing such a rule In the next place any surplus of the dog tax goes to the public schools and if money is needed anywhere it is in onr public schools And a third reason why the court acted judiciously is that when some of the verY same sheep which the county is asked to pay 8 and o per ead for when killed by dogs when listed for taxation are alued1 to iso per head The Incbnsist ncy in such matters is just a litt ehud to reconcile but many are the men who anonlysee thing in the light whirl best suits them 1 Will Hansel Chas bees appointedI postmaster Pine Hill Lucy Coitongiin resigned WEATHER FORECAST Rain followed by snow and cold wave Thursday night Fair and colder Friday V Sutton McBee are thinking of building on the lot where their present building stands They will do nothing until spring The new addition to Langdon Dot mitOry will be ready in a short time and after Xmas Miss McCord expet ts to have forty girls in the home Contractor E A Chilton for the new pike requests us to sav that he wants rock bieakers as many as he can get and just as Soon ashe can get them One of thl hi best duties and privileges of an American Citizen is to pay a just and reasonable tax for the support of this Govern menteBut how few are they who so regard it Rev George Tinsley of Lex ington has accepted a call to the pastorate of the Christian church at this place beginning Jan 1St Rev Tinsley preached two sermons here a few weeks ago and made a most favorable impression He is a young man just finishing school but is an able and fluent speaker The citizens in neighborhood of Sparks Quarry and Burr have de cided to put up a church building on the hill just South East of where crusher is located A build ing and finance committee have been appointed which have gone to work making preparations to push the matter to completion W J Sparks Co proposes to donate a lot for the building Offerings from others are being suggsite be Onarrydell BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOOL Several applications for entrance to Brown Memorial School have been made this week As an added goodrwork in the eighth grade reading class the teacher Miss Watson offers a book each month to the girl who reads tne best This class is also ready to begin work upon a playette wbica will be produced before Christmas- A hymn learning contest open to all members of the school is in progress Alist of sixty church hymns of the best type has been divided into groups as follows 1 Hymns of the jiig best rank 2 Standard church hymns ot recognized merit 3 Best missionary hymns 4 Well known childre hymns 5 Select gospel songs In selecting the hymns to memorize st least two must be chosen from each group The contest will close at Commencem nt at which time a copy of Davis Bible Diet ionarv will be given to the one able to recite correctly the largest number of hymns The one hold ing second place will be given a copy of a standard hymnal to be selected by the winner The Philathea Bible class hnds its midweek prayer meeting held at the dormitory after study hour on Tuesday evening a source of strengthOn accouut of illness Miss Maxwell has gone home fora short time It is hoped that the restat home will enable her to return to her work soon During her absence Miss Watson and Miss Bernice Landrum will have charge of the Kindergarten Miss Lela Sumner of Ashville N C was a guest at the dormitory from Thursday until Monday noonOn Saturday evening Miss Rowlee entertained the girls and teachers of Langdon dormitory comolimentary to Miss Sumner After the guests had played shouting proverbs had their pictures taken with spoons nd their fortunes told with pennies two manikins appeared to entertain the Company for a time Refreshments and song closed an in formal but mirthful evening The literary societY presents the following program on Friday afternoon of this week Song Annie Laurie r v iQuotations on Thanksgiving societyScripture RecitUion Jennie Morrow Miller andrxium Essay op n Raeunt Piano Solo Sadye Ric ards Son iLr Bj thesociety- r J j t ai- A STAR BRAR0 OLRt ET1 ERHA 1 WHEN YOU SIT DOWN TO YOUR THANKS6IVINfi DINNER YOU OUGHT TO BE WELL AND COMFORTABLY ftDRESSED IN A SUIT OF FISHS GUARANTEED I i CLOTHES II T1 ri m IIESE FISH GUARANTEED CLOTHES are made better and wear better than any Clothing sold at any price in this community t The quality of the materials and the superior of scien j tific accurate workmanship make possible the unreserved quality that a a FISH Suit win wear to your satisfaction f f 4 rkjcw if Nothing Like These Grades at 15FinerSuits for the Price 0 andsJ t- t This is the store that sells the good clothes and nothing would lease tlJ hose k thaw to have an opportunity of showing you the new styles Iy 11 LJOK FOR THE SIGN OF THE FISH t THE BRIGHT SPOT IN MT VERNON Telephone station has been moved from post office Pine Hill into railroad depot in chargeof Emmett Br rantxvrT Meeting of the YoungtPeppies Minsicinary Leagueof Mt Vernon at the Domitory Saturday night at 7 31 oclock If you have not already joined now is the time At tat Presbyterian Church Sun day The Victorious Life will be the morning subject Evenings 1rl ctI Palestine and in tie Worlds Historv t A CORDIAL WELCOME TO ALL How are you going to spend Thanksgiving Dv Plan ight now to attend the service of song and praise ai the Presbyterian Church Thursday mdrniug at 10 oclock Appropriate music and decoraticn a hearty welcome for everybody Did you forget on four or five occasions in last few days to ring offor did you ever form the habit Take a think or so and show that your mind is at least partially in your possession ori telephonic subjects Mt Vernon Kv Nov 21 19 TO WHO I jrgMAY CONCERN The State 0niwrsitx of Kentucky has notified me that the County Judge of each County is authorized to appoint two men to the Department of Civil and High way Engineering who will be given a ten weeks course in road building tuition free Heretofore no person has availed Himself of the opportunity of attending this free course and I take tbis method of giving due notice to the public that such an opportunity is open and if there are two persons in the counts who are willing to take this course ane are anxious to gain some knowledge of thtrbusiness of highway construction I assure them that it will be a great pleas tome to ma ethe appoint inePt I trust that In a county of the area of Rbckcastle witha iporul tipri of 15000 people J there wlll be found two persons anxiiaus IJo avail themsalyss of the qppor tttirrity ofieredtbear by the State rUniversilty of entucky 1 W BETHURUM CountyJudge ttff ji NoTicEUnti1furtfiernotiee I will sell pork hams at i2 I cts sides 12 cts and shoulders n cts for cash W ACx Nov = i74tj Town asjsessorvtjr S G Davis has finished the list He also made a careful census of the population and shows Mt Vernon to have 1010 inhabitants LEVEL GREEN The big revivaLsecesatPoplar Grove last weeK conducted by Rev A J Pikeof Brodh ad and the loalpastof Walton Meece closed Sunday morning with a number of additions Giljts Shell recently took unto himself a help mate the bride being Grace Owens the only daughter of Mrs Martha Owens of this place The happy couple will reside at the beautiful home of the groom at Level Green Heres hoping mat theirs may be a long happy and prosper ous welled lifeWilliam Hibbard of Garrard county is visiting his cousin Swaunie Price at this lplace These cold frosty mornings have dried the shock corn and the farm ers are now busy getting their corn cribbed The job of gather ing corn this ear however is not so great in some partsWm Fields and son Henryjfrom Stanford tog etle with some friends are here this week enjoying a hunting expedition Mr Fields little son John was overjoyed to see his papa as he had been away from him two weeks Harve Brown and Hobert visited the htters uncle on White Oak Saturday andSundayWm J Brown of Brodhead who is miller for Frith Roller mills at that place was in this part Saturday buying turkeys The residence of O J Mullins is nearing completion Hiram Bfpyles is the head caipen ter and his architectural designs show him to be an XpertDr Lawrence has treated his barn to anCjw roofc F i r Essie the youngest daughter of Vim H rQ p hasbeen suffering from maluriat complications is ofniDr has moved into a house ofGiles Shell where heformerlywi dErF1 jJi Gentry of Quail was hi Leve Green last SundayMiss Kate Price and John Fields spent sun- day with Dr and Mrs G C Price bf Wabd V 0 KV v S SATED MANY FROM DEATH Wx L Mock of Mock Ark believes he has saved many lives in his 25 years experience in the drug businessHVhat I always like to do I he writes is to recom mend Dr Kings New Discovery for weak sore luugs hard coldsIhoarseness obstinate po grippe croup asthma or bronchial affection for I feell 6therI that a number of my live and wall today because they IonIestlyand lung medicine thats madea Easy to prove hes right Get trial bottle free or regular 5oc orI 100 bottle Guaranteed by C Davis Children Cry FOR FLETCHERS OASTO R I A f MM LOUiSYtLLEKY f f 1 SOLD THE WORLD OVER l Itg IIJiI ft II 1JJ11Ac I R E A7HIIIi 1IIit the or chet dampen a of witltr Chamberlains Liniment bind it over the of pain There is nothing better by Chas C DviS tr t ROYAL o tBAKING I POWDER Absolutely PUF t Economizes Buffer Flour Eggs makes Oie food more appetizing wholesome only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar fURS AND HIDESHIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES Wool on Cemmlwlon Write tor lilt mentfonlng this ad Established 1837 WHITES CO1 51 i fiJ 1a z a For paid side piece flannel and seat For sale he price J lr TSTs11 J KCASTCE CIRCUIT 1 COrRTIPnEfder tPMrt Jolthan Plaintiff VSy Cororaissioneis alcI GeOrglclikett aJias Mcpsrts etc Defendants ItV virtue of a tidgmeat and order Of sale of the RQckcastie Circuit Court rendered at its Augot Tetra lOll I sball pro l of ed frioffer fo saletfci tbefront door ofthfe Court gousein Mt Verjipn Epckcastfe County Ky jtothe highest and best bidder at pIeaucrn on Monday he f7tb dy orpye bel 191- bet eepthe hours of 9 oclock + a m im 4 p mo beiiftg regular j COuhl y Court day on a credit of six Ionths the Mowing de scribed real estate located in Rocjjc astl Coputy Kentucky bein three tTJpt which are desedbf as follows Tract No J Knmvn as the Peter HoJdm honte place which i bounded ont1 north by whatjs nownasi ttfe RO Rey Dol Sj91J Bower farm and the faruLQf G B on tie east fcry what is known as the j DeuintrBCt of lind owned by O n Waddle and C C Williams audt Q the west by the lands of Sar h A Biv nesr and Jesse- Reynolds and containing about 105 Acres Trick No 2 Known as ther i Denn tract andis bounded on the north by the lands of G B Suttoii 01tbe cast by the lauds of Qavid fProctor and on the fioutbby the land of WAI Colifan on the rest bwhat wn as the Peter Holman homeIteadVftnd containing about 4oaisl TtlrN 3 Known as the i W A Colyer tractis bounded J on the north by landof David proctor OB the east by tberlands of David elder and Gab e Hunt on th soulii by the lands of GabfiHun1j and O H Waddle and 5 C WilliaTiis and on the west wliut is kuown as the euI mtr1t coutainiug about r lX5 a fes Foe the purchase price the purchaser nusfc execute bond with approved surety bearing interest from day of sale until paid and rbaving the force and effect of a judgment Bidders r must be prepared to comply pwith tHese tdrms CSniFFzN Mo3 r Cora missibner Rockcastile Conntiy Con rt ti COR1SLONE1V SSEE 1rCKCAS1Ll CIRCUIT JJRT I Hay s liP wt l Plaintiffsl VSJ u mirSaIeTJ yaAdmr et al feenauBy virtue ofH judgment atidj ordei of sale of thefRqjskcastle Circuit Court ren4e4t the August Term 1911 thereof I r shall proceed to offer for salat the front door of the CoirtBause lir nMt VernQny Rockcastle i ountyKyi to thebJghesb and best bidderat public auction on Jf Jdoadafo tbe27 day of November 1911 betoeibe hours of 9op a tn and i6p p m being reg1County Curt day on a credit of sixpfp tb5Jthe foUowrinS describe real estate la1JV5 Rockpksjiie County on the watersi ol Konadstone Crcel rad bounded as follows B ping at a fit with b1ackak pointers tpce1 43 W 5jptiies to a sfakeat afAylre m7 ll l fencer ence N Q a sta1 thance S 4fsSP 56 poles fcp the beginning and con tainigacres For the purchase price the purclr must execute bond with iiJE roved surey bearing iutertLfrom day of sale until S l ldW1fhfiV1ng tlftdnd2 tec tikBu1ders IflUStib 11 vte e ry tl GRIE m Master Comjnjsjlonen r I jD9a1 E ckcastle Cirfitiit Cdiirt t c1ssoIzEH8sA1k RkCAsGtEUIT sJ COURT 4 f1 1iq WiLmott 6f C5rPlaintiffs fi VSV G ft1sBi ivsal l t1 Lindtiit rxtrxof ifp Beztn D e nt8 By vtu 4L udginen tr and 2 oreWl9f the Rokcastl jtrreidrrMt th- eZ2 Ang ff I L1 r lji 1 co41o theCourt house x 13r 5 t t J1r 1 in Mt Vernon RottkcjiJttl Cousty Ky to the lilgllesfc and best bidder at pnblic aricfci tt NutIlemoclock p tn3being uegnlar County Court day mia cre4it 9f sijr months the following 3e scribed real state locatjpdvjn Rockcastle County kentYccy on the waters of Copper reek and bounded as follows On the rxorth by the laudi cf James Brock on the eustbythel- ands of B D south by the lands of Kobejt Peters and on the west by the lands of and containing Sooaores For the purchase pricej the purchaser must execute bond with approved surety haring interest froni day of sale until paid and having the force And effect of a judgment Bidders must be prepared to cOJ ply with these terms INII am pleased to recommend Chamberlains Cough Remedy as ndIand bro c1 trO e write IdB Arnold of Denver Colp We have used it sepeatedly fnd it has never failed to give relfef1 For sale by Chas C Davis THE FINAL BLOW A to to I I 15c Percale Sale 9c 23c and 3qc ri 104 Shying 19 Ladies Union Yoc at 38c Mens Fleece Under e50cat 38c Childrens Underwear 132 per suit Mens Kig lies St5o values 98 j 69 Shoes now 260- AIJ269 SKbes now 178 Shoas now 119 Shoes now Mens 6 arid 7 Sale price 369 M I f1rinQ5 Shoes v Sale price it 1eji3 nqe a Sale price 239 MeRs 2 Shoes V Saleprice 169 A large tf eu- sShps I 2 8 Sale price 139 Jargd nupi er of s 75 cents and o t fifiift SArL- Eic ItcATrE ciPuip COURT E Smilh Plaintiff VS Cjnraissioijcrs Sales F L Thompson A ltor of Marion Fmith c Defendants Bv virtu of a indgment and order of sale of the RofTtcastle Circuit Court rendered atits August Term 1911 j shall pro- c ec to offer for sole at the fft iit dtTor rrhe c urt flo ice in Mt Vernon Rockcastle County Ky to the highest and best bidder at public auction on Monday the day of Novem ber 1911 between the hours of 9 clock a m and 4 p m being- regUlarCounty Court lay ona- credit of six mouths the following described real estate located in Rockcastle County Kentucky and bounded as follow On the north by the lands of lands of W N Thompson and on the west by the lands of Richard Mullins and W Do Live say and containing 2o acres more or less For the purchase price the must execute bond with surety bearing interest from d yof sale until paid and having the force and Ladies 5 Shoes price 269 Ladies 3 and 3 50 Shoes price 1 39 2 and 2 50 Shoes Sale price 1 10 Ladies 150 and2 Shoes ale price 98 Boys Shoes 2 and 3 price froni98 cts to 189 some as loYl1s 50c to 75c dollars lOcand 15c puce from 3 to 70 Mens 2oe Sale price 19c Mens 150 and 20c JEose 7c Ladies 20c and 25c lie Ladies 10 15c Hose- 7c We have a stock of OaHco All and Calico price per yd 3ic 15c 5c 7c i t SALT an orrter d rerterf o nip1 which isiiei horn in4 IerI office of the Rockcastle O urrrTly Court in favor of Howard against James Honslev 1 or one of my deputies will on ths JaY of between the hoars of 9 oclock am and 4 oclock pm at the mill cite near TB V iRockcaecoun1fCcniuckr expose at public sale to the highest bidder the fo lowing propert ir so much thereat as may be necess ary to satisifv the amount oj Plaint ifs debt interest and cosi to one saw tnillj boiler two engines one saw rig one cab and all fixtures bt longing to the saw mill levied upon as the property of James Hensley Terms Sale will be made oa a credit of months bond with approved security required hearing interest at the rate of six pr cent per annum from day of sale and having the force and effect of a judgment 1410 dy of Nov 9U T J NicEEFY SheriffRO iTeOLD STEEL UI wonldr4 test a doctor cut my f ot off said H D Ely Bantam Ohio a horriable bad been the plague of my life for ears Instead I used Bucklens Arnica Salve and m i foot was soon Heals Burns Boils Bruises Eczema Pimples Corns Suret Pile cure 25C at Chas C Davis s a our a Lined AltS Shoes large 50c and 60c Dress Goods priq 35c 20cand 25 Dress Good g 4 Sale per jd J lOc and 156 Dress Goods price per yd 7 i 12s and 15c Bleech per 9c jOe and lie per 7c lOc and 15c Outing per yd 7c A large of and 15c values 7c r Mens S100 and 1 SOn 38c d gar me t cr 75c a Dress Shirts 1 price 75c 500 Dress Shirts at 25ft a 1 and 1 10 75c Boys 50c rid 75c price 38c Boys 35c Sale 19c r M7 r1It1tTi 2 11lr Br dbeadKy EDITOR Mr VERNON Sid I olisda ten with Ptiplar iriove churcu last Saturday b which w ffl11CCfl ai 1ioiis to the church Eleven ufessi n iul baptMii two by tft iit and ole by t n and t e ch ITch was re Ised in a number of homeswb tI vi in tiut neigh Iborboodanl foundigreat o tn wrt oiUt cim vf rs v o The n the land h s been mud and it fS increased vtxn at feast 50 percent Fa no hit sold for from five hundr J t a thmsand dollars are now w th tw thousand dollars There has een quite i num of- new resid and the peo pIe seem r i j v life and livibgat h rt q u t m mv say th back woo s like the re if the county it 16 Wt hive a summer road from to Poplar Grovi but at this of this year i almosf issiHe And I do vytslh von do or saysometbigtn get the people of this i something tin the ronds So on booming ii1 mal question Respectfully A J FTER two weeks rushing business day and night with our Big Sa1e have decided close our store for one day Nov 27nrk down everythingnot sold and ready handout these goods at lower prices thanwe have ever offered before We wish to say to people that we have purchased solid carload of wrecked good which we wjll put in this sale Thlse goods are pme Qf them slightly ndthe way we have ur hased these goods we caii them to you at less than onehalf value We will large amount of these goo onsale next Tusdav BSDont fail to cpme early The big sale will commence Tuesday Nov28thand continue foroneweefc Com early to getgood selections We will hayeafree lunch for customers Tuesday on Below we quote you few prices bhb hh Qciu iiJ glEl DCTHTDC7DIDJ74J71 fjCauco ydt1234cprieepryd J25cIAIl JiSgjtsValues wearsVal SHOES fil69- AU Ali119 ji98c SHOES 289 Qho4s and5O quaaiity running fromt And ISho COM1tIlSlONERS 27th Thompi purchaser approved make soiled Now t1TTDfP rqP77TTi1 LADIESSHOES fland Sale Sale Ladies BPVStSHOES from Sale and NOTIONS Sale Hose Saleprice LADIEStoSE Hose iand 8jpleprice CALICO andj3ingham American Simpson Sale lOcand ginltbaJP Sale prlcepya SHERIFFS ByViitneof Berry 24h 3Sfpvembetv J9ti Live- S three This BALKED although ulcer four completely cured Sores the the give have Saleprice Q77LJf7SJSJSJUsJ DRESS GOODS Sale price Sale JJ BLEECHES yard OUTINGS- All Sale price stock PercaleiOc Siale price Mens Underwear winter Underwear suit Sale price suit DRESS SHUTS and4l50 Sate pie- ceMENSOVERALLS Oveaalls Sale price BOYS OVERALLS Overalls Sale 25cand Overalls price jist flays meeting niht rector much vived county inre- ll11elttn LyJ chaqe lines njnDved Hnilt they arelu11in when comes rld good Brodhead season imp could cOunt prove keep PIKE remainder ol new their Bleftoh WfentsWorkShirts Mens 50cVorkShirts Sale price 38c or 2 for 75c SWEATERS Ladies 3 and 4 Sweaters P Sale price 239 Girls 5Jc and 75c Sweaters Sale price 38c Menrs Sweaters- Mens 1 and 1 00 Sweaters Sale price 7r MENSHATS dens 2 and 3 Hats Sale Price 75c to 1 MENS PANTSN- ens 5 and 6 Pants ilSaleptite 339 M nsaand Sale price 239 Mens 2 and250 Pants Sale price 13P Mens land 50 Pants Sale price 08c MENS SUITS Mens 18 nd20 Suits Sale price 1300 Mens I5toJ18Suits Sale price 1050 We also have a large num ber of Suits running from 8 to T2 a Suit Sale price 2 to 3 MENSVESTS Mens 50c and 7c Vests Sale pice 7c ritt3t itWl1III 114t A r Remember this Sale lasts one week fymtT eairtb get these Bargains anrrqniber the date Tday November 28th I Alee tEe bi Red ail White Sign i feont jifthe Store II HAMLIN llYINfiSTgN KY1 J anc1fOl WanteIrl JleCtQ1rKCr n f f l f i i IJrj Children Cry for Fletchers Liiiii1 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 r sonal supervision since its infancy Allow no one to deceive you im 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 CASTORIACastoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare gone Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neithei 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 ALWAYS e Signature of CABears The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years 77 STREET Et1fl- tL15 ttttttt1ttttJlttttttttttttttt ttttttt1tt1 VERNON DPEET CD PRACTICAL 3- UNDERTAKERS FUNERAI DIRECTORS AND 0 E5I1JALME11S 3Mt Vernon KyE5 COUCH METALICCASKETS 3 = Coffins and Robes= Licened Embalmor will have charge of that line of 3work for the company 3EOrdes by wire promptly tilled Hearse sent to all points I GEORGE OWENS Manager 3 Office Mt Vernon Monumental Building PHONE 112 t 7iiuuiul111111Ul1U1UlI1U1UllU1Ul11111111Ul1UU1Ulll11IiliiU Cardui Cured Me T i For nearly ten years at different times 1 3 Mary Jinks ij of Treadway Tenn suffered with woman troubles She says At last I took down and thought I would die I 5 could not sleep I couldnt eat I had pains all over The doctors gave me up I read that Cardui had helped so many and I began to te it and it cured me Cardui saved my life Now I can do anything lcARDU I WomansTonicI If you are weak tired wornout or suffer from any of the pains peculiar to weak women such as headache backache draggingdown feelings pains in arm side hip or limbs and other symptoms of womanly trouble you ij Jfecnyremedy for you to use as it can do you nothing but goodcIt contains no dangerous drugs It has no bad Ask your druggist He sells and recommends Cardui Write to Ladies AJYi Qf Dtpt Chattanooga Medidn Co Chattnooga Tenn for Special InttractiontpndWi 64paze book Home Treatment for Women sent free J 54 cbcct ChasT c DaviII d3c II i I There are lots af Drug fy H Stores in this landofOUTS W J1 hptis the one that gives thtr 1 L purest drugs obtainable 1 r i1 Try us oid let us prove v 4 ourselves the one Yours f 3x CXX 2 8 Chas C Davis Druggist fl5Phone No 39 x MT VTRN0N E- YCJJ3 fJ i I t 1 4t J