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' S f VOLUME XXV. ,J7 .vbmvv ,.,. , - 1887 TW-Tr-T- artxrtaofa- - Vi'i'i' " pWffl MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY.. FRIDAY, AUGUST '30. 1912 DUMBER 48 . :. savs:-- To committees waging a campaign. "pppflpppw '. ;&,. Pike Rocket stle v mid r 'in the equal of which has never rTBv' v &4pKVS?'iBN-- ' pppppppW p, more to our county in liars d been known in Eastern Kentucky. vv jfe et n s, than any otluJuHW Will &EGSSrral H. JNow tnat everv one mav I now puS: t irmvi just what is wanted, wc will state briefly the full facts. This electWin Sowder says: mm contributed $25. to h 'p bui. ion is for the purpose of taking the three miles of pike .souih of the census of the voters of the Mt Vernon- - In one month I have county on the question whether y made 25. inoio than I would have or not the.Fiscal court shall issue sell bonds not to exceed 5j made., hud I buen hauling over the and ' ?sarcvtnHKc;9 TOr $100000.00 lor the purpose of 3 old road. I am for anything that I will get another mile of pike in the b. ilding turnpikes. Where shall ' fctsMgk'fcr--'TffTMkv these pikes I county Give us good roads and questiou. be built is the next Remineton Cubs Te up a new jacotin; record Shoot to Hit The first would be bane 3 then we can live like ueoule. from the Laurel to the Lincoln More Their Use Guarantees the Life P. M. Rash says of the Bond the Continued Accuracy of your Arm. countj and from the Maris n e: 50 years o! cartridge-makia- g 96 years of county line to the Pulaski line have taught us for the bond issue because "lam with such connecting lines as fund' To make cartridges noted for straight-shootias the result of having the few sure-firTo attain would justify. When are these ammunition accuracy without impairing gun acmiles of pike south ot town. I am bonds to be paid and how? These curacy. To make for each kind of arm the able to earn 75 cents to $1.00 per cartridge it requires to shoot its best and to Don'ds will be 4 per cent bonds, keep shooting its best. ,uay mure wagoning man It 1 Had payable in thirty years, and will There is a Remington- - UMC cartridge specially made to haul over the old road. for your rifle your pistol. Every Remington-UMbe paid by taxation. The latter cartridge is tested in the arm for which it is made. bug-bea- r question is the great to Our Guarantee is behind these cartridges and behind, any standard arm, to the full extent of the maker's so many, taxation. How much own guarantee, when these cartridges are used. tax can be levied each year asks Shoot the cartridges that shoot straight. Shoot the cartridges that keep your gun shooting straight. Shoot another. The statute provides Remington-UMcartridges. 9 that only. 20 cents can be levied t Remington Arms-Unio- n Metallic Cartridge Co. for this purpose and not a cent TpiRirj-'infi.239 Bros Jwsj a"-. Sew York Git ?jkltiyMkttiiuMij more, not even a poll can be our first year's business we were forced to enlarge levied for a bond issue. Therefore That Rockcastle county must the man who has a farm worth quarters have pikes is the slogan that is $1000 can only be taxed $2.00 a House of Stone or The cause of this steady growth we believe is due to the policy of this store, heard from the lips of ninety nine year, for the pike bonds, and the It is not so apt to burn. Repairs cost les. Cooler in summer. and the quality of merchandise we carry . We have always felt that Ave owe a duty nut of every hundred men you man who has no property at all, Insurance Painting costs less. cots less. Warmer in winter! meet in Rockcastle. Last week, will never pay a cent of tax. Your property is always worth more. to our town and country as Clothiers as well as citizens. Our value to our town as a Does not depreciate in value. from the visitors at court, which Now what is the solution. These Costs very little more than frnme hniMmj when von huild wih the business enterprise is measured by something more than the way we give our support WINCHESTER GRANITE BRICK. Ask us for price. citizens bonds are sold to parties out of our included representative to the welfare and improvement of our town and country. from eveiy section of the county, own couuty, the money brought We have a definite and important function as Clothing Dealers ; supplying our about the only thing that could here and paid out to our own T" . - n. f fellow citizens with a class of merchandise that's as necessary as food and shelter. ij Jl p. be heard discussed was better people for work on these pikes, f. A t have put your iiiteiest above ours, that every transaction would be an We roads and the plan f)r securing tho countv will hive the pikes, a them. The demand was so great "blessing which no one can expression of good will. We believe our policy has made a place in the hearts of that a number of good roads ad- estimate. Who is for the bond the many hundreds of satisfied customers. They realize that this store has rendered vocates including representatives issue? A careful survey shows puiii;wpgep!j'JiiuiiiiLiWiipJjSSM them and the community a service in handling such merchandise as from nearly every section, met that 95 per cent of the largest tax !ppppppppppV BppppppppppI$T"T.''pppI pppH it and decided to circulate a petition payers in the couuty are strong pppH "fpjjjjjjH Mpppppppppppp.iMppppi ' H asking the County Tudge to oI for the bond issue. BeWhy? ppB 'iPppBpppI' HBh'Sw'ppR attjpRjpppL. sEzJppBi f cause the benefits of good roads an election for the purine of or pifces will be worth more to voting on a bond isue Walk-Ove- r for. the purpose of them than the little bit of tax they $100000.00 building pikes throughout the would have 10 pay. Those who We have always kept two profits in view, a profit for you and a profit for !tpjkj-- couuty. Instead of having to have less property for taxation are us. No business eye really becomes great which is simply a profit:making machine hunt for- signers, farmers, busi- for it because the amount of tax for its owner. men were they would have to pay, would be ness and professional Works at Manaacturcrs of Driok, Sand and Umo. We want your business and our policy to touch a responsive chord of underhunting for the petition to sign nothing compared to the benefits DUDLEY. KY. "WINCHESTER. KY. a;id in less than twenty four hours which they would derive ftom standing and appreciation in you that our future relation will be even more pleasant after the petition had been placed having pikes and those who own than in the past. in circulation more than double no property should be for the the requirt-number of signers boud issue man to a man. It extend to you an invitation to call and inspect the had boen secured, and to the would not cost them a penny, an 1 new Clothing and Shoes which are now beginning to arrive great astonishment as well as de- they u uld be the ones principal., light, those who circulated the who w. aid get the money io You've Got lo Acknowledge It. petitions only found gut qf over work o the new roads. Think five hundred men approached only gentlemen, look other what by seven who refused to sign the counties are doing. Let us get in MMMBiBBiSBBgresgasaraeaaaag MMstir Vi HBBHriiMiTim' ttTatirTTTfJi 1 petition and only three who said the wagon of progress and do that 1 they would vote against the bond which we can and which will mean Nio-h- t tiled so much to us and the rising The petition was issue Saturday . and Monday being generation. regular county court, Judge L. W. Bethurum made an order calling COVE the election for Saturday Oct. 26 1912 as provided by the 1912 acts Mr. and Mrs. Charley Helton, of IN RAINY OR FAIR YEATIIER, without any curtailment anmmy of the Kentucky Legislature. We Virginaa., are visiting Mrs. Heltons urnaen w'lb teaius will be able to Judge B. T. the haul twice tha Bethurum says of need better highways and the parents I ; Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Owamount on good the proposed bond issue for Rock- people throughout th,e county are ens. John Tredway has moved to pikes that he hauls on our poor castle: j$K Bond Issue & QQW DO Mm determined that we shall have Pine Hill. J. N. Riddle and roads at present, and not kiil his WH You ask what I think of the them, for never in life have we daughter Mattie Mae, attended team or tear up his wagon. A Yir. A-- G. Lovell says: proposition to vote a bond issue to seen such enthusiasm on any of our present ! teamster's wages will be much build turn pikes in this county. I great question as there is for church at Buckeye Sunday. Mrs. Every feature M. Ballard and little daughter, A G. eivilizatiou demands good roads. larger on account of the increased think the voters of Rockcastle will bettor roads in Rockcastle. Geneva, aud Miss Mattie Chesnut size of the loads he will be able to "We can get them only, by sincerely regret it if they allow second meeting of theoe good have been visiting Mrs. Eliza P. haul. issue. this movement lor real progress, road advocates was held Tuesday Cook, Mrs. Sam Bryant and Because I believe in being pub to fail. It 19 an- - opportunity to evening in the office of Judge L. children are visiting relatives near Ed Fletcher says: lic spirited, being a. man, being for secure turn pikes at little cost, There Bethurum. were to W Certainly I am- for the bond anything thit will build up the the individual voter, and present farmers, business men Wildie. Edd. J. A.Todd of Puabsolute issue. I have bad a little taste of county, make better citizens laski, will preach at the school and ly the only way to extend them and. professional men for the a pike and I know what it will promote house Sunday night. Mrs. R. B. prosperity and happiness. Every purpose of perfecting an organisa- Shepherd visited relatives at Mt. mean if we get them all over the I coujd fill up your entire paper, throughout the county. one knows the t'alue of pikes, tion for the carrying of this all Ciunty. Mr. Editor, with good reasons for hence further comment :s Importaut campaign into every Vernon Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. be'ng for good roads. section of the county. Judge B. Grover Johnson were the guests of Chint Lear says: Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Johnson SatLet every good citizen in RockJ. 3othurum presided over the J am for the bond issue to get Chas, C. Davis was urday and Sunday. The "Bible M. C. Sowder says meeting, good roads. I am tired of riding castle be up and doing and the J. can make more hauling and reading" continues with very good as the elected county chairman over lime stone cliffs and mud. victory is ours. result of the three miles of pike Jas. Maret and E. S. Albright attendance. Mr. and Mrs, Pal holes, and never able to get any Atty. E. R. Gentry says: ftnd hurt, my team Precint chairmen tor Moore of Mt. Vernou, arb visiting where. Give us the bond issue I am for the bond issue, because I can make from and wagon less. secretaries. precincts were chosen, relatives $ this viciuitv. The because it will never hurt any one it is the cheapest and 50 cents to $1.00 fhe several quickest per day mpre. Certainly am for as follows; East Mt. Vernon,, W. school at this place is having a ever body. J and will help way to benefit all the people the bond issue to build pjkes. I M. MeHargue aud W. M. Sowderj large attendance. NOW. U. G. Baker, says: esn't see how any body could be W- - Mt. Vernon, Gus Staverson issue and the I am for the bond FLYING MEN FALL Marcus Sigmau says: against it. and A. B. Furnish; Roundstone pikes in Rockcastle county, be"lam for the bond issue, beJ, ij. Lambert and Ed Sextonj victims to stomach, liver and cause the corporations doing busi- cause that is the only way to get Harve Chaney, Post master at Scaffold Cane, J,. W. Todd and W, kidney troubles just like other ' ness in. our countv will have to pay roads. We have no roads as it is Bloss say: people, with like results in loss of M. ,'nville; Crooked Creek, Jones nnnetite. backache, nervousness. of the cost of a very large part The quickest and best way our Durham and and under the present system, we Albert Allen; ; headache, and tired, listless. run- building of all our roads, because will never I ave any. Men will couuty can he, developed is bv good Orlando, Johnny. Griffin and down feeling. But there's no need our Jarmers can pay the little in- not do free labor on tho roads, pikes. I am certainly for the bond Louis Reams; Livingston, H. W. to feel like that as T. D. Peebles, crease in taxes for much less than their only- aim is to make the issue and will do all I can to carry Wild Beast Exhibit. proved Blue Ribboned Horse Fair, "Six Great Tran-Pacin- c Bowman and Dr. W. T. Amyx; Henry, Tenn., they can afford to work the 1 oads time. Give us the bond issue so it. ' Latter Day Vaudeville Juoilee. Collosal Garnival of Novelties Electrk: Bitters" he nrnvp. Mil.oh' bottles of more to uroi and European Trained Animal Exposition give me new writes, "did six days, in each year (and then we can have roads and then you Browns, P. H vtrpti.crrh and pood anoetitn than G. S. Grifiin says: I could as- Willis Bustle; Because the For na.r-l- a Quarter of a Century a Tented Exhibitioa, the favorite of all the have no roads). will pee our county begin to grow sign several reasons why I am for Shutts and J. M. Craig; Brqd- - a 0ther stomach remedies I used" officials, clergy, press and the whole amusemeut going- public. Because f iV money expended to huild roads and our people prosper. Its newness, at all times. Its great purity, cleanliness andibe able aad boaeraUe the bond issue for pikes, but head, T M. Adams and C. S. So thev help everybody. . mannertof its manasement. will all be brought from other Johnetta, Hardin folly to suffer when this great A. H. Hamlin says of the band shall mention only one, and that is Armstrong; in our counties, and will be spent p.m. Doors open ose kor Rrlkr. , fu remedv will help you from thei 2 Big Performances Dnily, at 2 and 8 SX soloist will appear, preceiiag- tbe .uk.ij.3K2k 1 , Prof. John SheJiy's Muskat Maiecties' T ur f the benefit pike will be to the Moore and kjaui to0 thereby giving plenty issue: Only 50 cents Trv it own countv, r musical festival. regular performance, rendering a htglf-clas-s of these several precinct nvS "One of the greatest joys of my farmers. Farms wages for our will almost duties ,i .. at ciuis. C. Davis. . .of work at good '."". 1 ii lite will be to cast my vote for a double in value. Brother farmers pnairmen are to seiecc suq comfarmers and their teams. Because Cloth-craf- t mittees of as many men as they clothing will be the On the Show, Ground., every day at i9; p,i., will Wppfered a series ot extr bond issue, to build pikes in Rock- - let us go to wo-for the bond . tthe pikes will easily make our .rdinarv free exhibitions. Absolutely t ir 1 T'l HpIIiIpUpi tiipi iiirnitli 1 il mmmm bring double what castle. I appeal to my friends issue it is to our own interest' to do see nt, organize:. bnei respetitte.,til dfthi.tpwn this",Fall;.nd y6u to thepublie. PONT FA1C TO SBj tarmingllands mjHoct'fcWipi fiad any. size or any pattern at aaa ric ; . districts Because,) to join with us in this giert fight; it. Date. ComfHg &ur iXjty wotid sell for now. rtV.5' Keep Posted as to, Chas. C. Davis Our First Year . , - i - V v.?i 'I 1 METALLIC CARTRIDGES is-51- 1 gun-maki- ng hard-hittin- g e. C ! iIL, Rockcastle C !i PA THE SLOGAN -- AFTER BUILD Your BRICK r - .v-. . jB CLOTHCRAFT CLOTHES Shoes and Stetson Hats ijr -- WINCHESTER GRANITE BRICK CO. We T HE BEST YET! One Big Day Afternoon & X COMING HERE u SPECIAL TRAIN s UTTON tbe-bon- d TUEa, SEPT. 3rd AT MT. VERNON ao jSIl r THE STORE THAT SATISFIES Why Am For jw?$ WrSt aMM 77 - -- Sun Brothers' ' Worlds Progressive Shows - - - rw I l v j. - FBEB pbermv rar.r. ' I k, -- z exotliaya. C - -- f.. , ... -- K '.I j?. - iiv, 'W, n y - K. t -.- i-. m T' Ui, I&MppPCIppppbppE-ppppt. ii' 'MmmMW :A -- ' MT. VERNON SIGNAL Friday, Aug. 30, 1912 f Name P. O iifei&dLil&SMJtMa&a wtakmLM jBLMimmimmmaomm --M- OMINATION BLANK Published every Friday by GOOD FOR 1,000 VOTES EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT, INSCRIPTION ONE YEAR $I.OO . d fv Kwtt'V 1 'X' W . t .. , ' El j&? Mtob" Mnjfr-- KL- Sfei1 ill 'IflWliiri HiHBiHh: J 1 W L'Ak Tlr , with Hon. H. H. Seavy, t le candidate for congress on the Progressive ticket, and after gaining all the information that we can we will say that ho has Powers 1000 TENTED ENTERPRISE Clyde Watson Dollie Johnson beat a block. Almost all the railIt takes a regiment of laboring 2517 1 102 get the church's consent, allowing road people will vote for Mr. men to set up the Great Sun Broth Eva Albright 1000 him to be an evangvlist he withdrew Si'iivy, and there are none that be- er's vVhite City, commonly called Katie Price come acquainted with him Lela Albright tents, in less than three hours, 5098 and began' preaching on the street like him. There are lots of mhich is pronounced remarkable Lena Albright 3338 corners, of old London. There are democrats that will vote for him by those who have watched them. Gertrude Martin 6792 now members of the army in every t beat Powers. We would like to The building andtedriug down of Susie Cabel 1520 civilized "country. Within one ciaxsrvr.H.Tatssgarcyg; see Powers step down and out, a tented city like this is one of the Mary Leai 1075 Cant. 11. B. Grant, one 0f tiie year, more than six million persons and if Mr. Seavy beats the demo- most interesting sights in the Reca Brooks 1565 were supplied with bed, and uur- mast noted masons in Kentucky.) Bessie Shivel crat, we will still consider that we world. 1000 and for thirty years secretary of ing the same time twelve million are well Rilda Chandler 1 000 represented in the elevAmerica is the great show countthe Grand Lodje, died at his home were fed. enth. Mr. J. E. Woodall, of Lon- ry, because nowhere else on the Katie Price TOOO Street in Louisville, Monday morning as The Big Bull Moose is the clever- don, was here Tuesday, j en route to globe are the people supplied with Ethel Payne 1052 the result of an attack of pneu- est r our country has Mt. Vernon. Pearl Purcell William Krenger so much money. 4763 He became a Masou in monia. ever known. He is infinitely left Sunday for a few day's visit Annie Mae Sargent The seal of approval has been 105 1 861! He was 75 years old. i.BSStSSSa"S2J ceful and those who think that iii the south. Thomas Eliott and placed upon this big tented enter- Mattie Owens 10059 ha-- written many texts and He he has enteied the campaign a de- Fill Carrier has rented a room in prise in all of the ading towns and Bertha Bustle 1391 compilations of Masonic law and feated candidate will be awakened the bakery, and Fill says they are cities, and those who have neveJ Roberta Brown 2430 lore and is regarded as the highest frntn tVipil' ufo'icant Htnam nrlioii keeping I 2210 bachelor's witnessed the performances of the Blaneh Howell .MitlinritiMn tin. rntin1.rv imnn these J , ,' , Orlie Ponder precious time has been lost. Nor hall. Mrs. A. Taylor, who has Sun Troupe ot Post ,T 1744 SlimPfMiS. lit U.llJHt: 111 LUC 1UUUU- - will much it anything be gained by been visiting relatives in Eouis-vill- School Elepants willGraduate High- Ada Ward be astonishedi75 ersofthe Masonic Widow's and (attacking Col. Roosevelt's insin- has returned home. Fred They are now appearing for the Ella Harp 3988 Orphans' Home in Louisvile, and cerity or trying to inculcate the Merimee, of Paris, who has A'een first time this season, snd with the Rosa Brown 1000 was for forty years secretary opinion that his platform is a mere visiting his grandparents, Mri and assurance that nowhere can their Dortha Owens 1000 of that MAKE an earnest of the Board ot Trustees bundle of bids for votes. Whether Mrs. Geo. Pope, has returned equals be duplicated. They are ' Annie Uass "75 military effort to accomodate all tnat be true or not will mane very home. Mrs. Salhe Owens, of a study for the naturalist, a theme' Mattie Adams 1000 and Masonic distinctions have little difference 11 classes. Our aim :s to make the voters believe Brodhoad, was visiting her sister, of thought for the philosopher, a Emily Sutton 5030 jbeen .snowerea upon mm in pro that he will fulfill the attractive Mrs J. B. Hase, and Mrs. J. M. source of pleasure for the children, , Brodhead Graded School this in every respect the 1207 fusion both at home and abroad. Kou re, Saturday and Sunday. Pkoplk's bank; a bank where in fact, asourceof suprise for every Belle Kincer 6019 T TflJfar rt promises he now holds out. Tn.t.n.. Birdie Johnson Died. August 22nd, Mr. Sam Ward body. 2987 all may feel at home a place Some of the republican brethren Kentucky Masons was called to He has been in poor health for The other "Big Top" feature are Florence Harris 4005 where those of moderate means Louisville, from here here by tele-- ! express the fear that if the bull some time. He leaves a wife aud all huge hits, eapecially the Elec-triqu- e Delora Boyd 71S1 ac-- . moose congiessional candidate is phone one dav last week, on may expect the same treattwo sons, W. R. Ward, of this De Komas, High Air or But Ollie Brock 1025 the iliness ot the Grand elected in the nth. district that count of ment as those more favorably place and Sam Ward, Jr., of Chi- terfly Equitation Artists from the Bertha Brown 1000 Secretary whose death is men- some of the county offifiers may be situated. cago, 111 , and a host of friends to Coliseum, London; the Cevene Bessie Brown 1000 The burial took later filled by democrats and to tioned above. mourn his loss. He was laid to Troupe, from Paris, France: a Myrtle Shumate 11 x prevent such a calamity, then proplace Wednesday in Cave Hill. 7IZBANKW1TH US rest in the cemetery at Paint Lick, quintette of sensational high tight Lena McCall i75 pose to head it off by attempting to TJ.G. BAKER, President. Ky., to await the command of the wire scrobats; Hermau Griggs and Every new subscriber to the John D. Archbald, chief mogul show that Seavy's great-gransignal gets 1000 votes and everv J.P.E. DRU.M.MOND, Vice.-- P of the Standard Oil Co., corobor-nl- o lather, once traded jack kuiveS Saviour to enter through into the Miss Blanche Reed, in a new riK-wa-l F.L.THOMPSON.Jr., Cashier. 500 votes. by Senator Penrose, says his of the Lord, prepared from the equestric departure; twenty first with a neighbor, on a Sunday joy CLAUDE C. COX.Ass't. Cash company contributfd $125,000 to foundation of the world. Mr. Sam class clowns, among the bet. in away down in Tennessee. Uooscvelt's campaige fund in 1904 Ward: Jr., of Chicago, 111., is with the arenic profession appear at and because the amount was not Danville Advocate man k home folks this week. - - Uncle stated intervals; the Roval Court L.&N.R.R. WATCH INSPECTOR The THE PEOPLES' BANK raised, on request, to a quarter of a ments: "If the old man is lonely George Pope is verv feeble at this Japanese Company, direct from ihe Ky. million," that the president put because his wife has gone to the writing. There were services at laud of the Mikado, present many Mt. Vernox, on foot, out of revenge, summer resort, he does not neces-sarl- y the Baptist church Saturday and new and diversified Oriental novelprosecution New which forced tbe dissolution of need to give a party in honor Sunday, conducted by the Rev. ties; Comical Clnrh-Harnett, Oil Co., Teddy comes of his stenographer. the Standard Better have Cornelius. Mrs C. E. Price is champion hurdle mule rider in new "foack at 'em and calls them "liars.' the deacons of the church up to visitingher parents at Brodhead. ideas; fifty other men, :romen and r a prettio kettle of fish, a nasty talk over plans for thepra ;er Mrs. John Magee, of Danville, was children performers take part, the Irs here to attend the funeral of Uncle pick of the show world. mess along with many other delinquencies of the party so long in Sam Ward The menagerie and wild Ben Lamb, of the Senator Bradley has secured Brodhead section, was in our town department is augmented thisbeast np a stench reaching power sends year The peoples from the government two old can- Monday. J A Oliver was in Mt. with manv select specimens and is Ltyosid the clouds. I nons which will be placed in public Vernon, Monday. W. H. Oliver more instructive and interesting pnivers for relief will be suitably square at Lancaster. Probably the is visiting relatives in North Caro- than heretofore, the will animals answered next November when I Ky to use them to rid will be triumphantly Senator means lina this week. Mr. A. Taylor. are a feature of this show, in fact. Gov. Wilson mooseites. the countv of Dave Rambo and the writer, were Two complete performances are elected to the presidency and given. In their big scrap the regjla s in Louisville, Jefferson ville and offered daily, afternoon and night. pioper alleviation COMPLETE LINE The exact day and date here is are being so badly tossed by the New Albany, Ind., last week Our friend Toab Haggerty only Coffins, Caskets and Robes, boms of the mooseites that neither Miss Annie Walton entertained Sept. 3rd. viows the pike question from one f. Mail. Telegraph or Tele- - & faction has much time to spare up with a moonlight party at her STORIES OF TEN POOR. BOYS He says pikes would inside. on the democratic camp. country home (the Klondyke) last phone orders Promptly "rf crease the value of property and .John Adams, second President, Saturday evening Refreshments was & Filled. lands therefore taxes would be the son of a grocer of very LIVINGSTON. were served. All report a good He should understand moderate means. The only start hither. time. The following were present: advantages accruing at he had was a good education. the many Sam Stallworth has moved his Misses Nettie Rice. Ella Mae Blan-forMAIN STREET Andrew Jackson was born in a c3-:3the same time. Markets are open- family from Highland Park to our Ethel Hayse. Nora Hayse, log sale of surplus products. town and will make this his future NEXT DOOR TO JONAS MCKENZIE'S ed for the hut in North Carolina, and was Carrie Farley, Nettie Farley, Essie reared in the pine woods for which You have a way to reach the mark home. Mr and Mrs. James Mc- Pike, Florence Pennington. Flora the state is famous. ets aJl the year around instead of Guire, of East Bemstadfc. are Pennington, Maggie Argenbright. . Mrs. Initio debarred five months out of visiting their daughter, James K. Polk spent the early ft B. Hagan, year by impassible roads, and Alvin Carico, at this place. Miss Carrie Ponder, Messrs. part of his life helping to dig a livthe Clark, John Mullins, Jessie John ing out of a new farm in North but light loads can be hauled, the 0. R. Foley, of Paris, is" visiting McCoy, Joe iChildress, George seven months owing to con- relatives here this week. Master Carolina. He was afterwards a other highways. George Sambrook, of Louisville, Sambrook, Will Gilford, Willie clerk in-- country store. dition of the neglected Ycden, Osckt Mahaffey, Mrs. Mary Millard Fillmore was the son of The actual money value to be gain- is with relatives here. Miss Sallie Dr. D- - B. several Cook, after a pleasant visit with Hagan Ohaperone. a tartner ana his home was an ed would viy vour her ccusin, Miss Lyda Cook, has Southards, of Mt. Vsrnon, was humble one. He learned the busi times ove- - nd then some. returned to her home at Tellico, called here Tnesday in connection ness of a clothier. to please all the While miible Miss Nettie Ri6e and with Drs, Webb and Anryx. Mrs. Tenn. James Buchanan was,bornina members of his party in his writ- Miss Essie Pike has returned home E. J. Anderson and chileren vis small town in the Allegheny mounings or even trying sui:h a difficult SunHis fattier cut logs and from Brodhead. The road sur ited relatives at Brush Creek tains. feat, it is an evident fact that Marse veyor has called the hands to- day. Mrs. Thomas1 Moore and built the house in what was then a Henry Watterson is the greatest gether to serve six days breaking children are visiting relatives wilderness. and brainiest Democratic Editor rocks in the mud holes fon our near Mt Vernon. The Wild west where you will Abraham Lincoln was the son of in America. At times he says and division of the countv road . How show exhibited here three nights a wretchedly poor farmer in bedoes things that many ot us do not of goods, which long, oh, how long will this piece and left for London. We truly and lived in, a log cabin always find listed the sanction, but that doesn't appre lieve that the American people " of foolishness goon. O, you Mt. until he was twenty one vears old. ciably mar or dim his renown as i Goods like to be humbuged. Wm. War was apprenVernon pikes, what a contrast. are sold for a fair margain of Andrew jacuson He is one man ms.n or writer. ren who got his hand broken some Mr. John Prowseand Miss Louisa ticed to a tailor at the age of ton by that can see farther into a grind- Kirby were married at the resi- time ago is slowly improving. right and soldjright are the kind of mothar. He was unstone (the future) and predict Inman, of Lebanon Juncdence of the bride's mother on Irwin able to attend school and picked always pays to buy- coming events political, than any goods Sand Hill, August 25, Rev. Jason tion, who had the misfortune to up all the education he ever had. writers. other of our illustrious Ulysses S. Grant lived a village Roberson officiating. May peace lose all his fingers on one hand Motro has always been to boy in a plajn house on the banks except one was here Tuesday a miss the regulars and joy abound. Died, August Well what W. M. Hicks says he will attend of the Ohio river until he was " and meeces are making of it before 17. Mrs. W M. French, after an the London Fair, as a great num Seventeen years of age. to our customers the "very best goods the congressional investigating illness of several months she leaves ber of Mother Eve's fair daughters James A. Garfield was born in a possible for the money. committee. Pots kettles and pans a husband and eight children, two will l?e there and perhaps he will log cabin. He worked on a farm each others throats. Liar girls and six boys, and a host of he was strong enough to use flving at be able tovmake a selection. Luok until my customers for the patthief, villian and scoundrel are friends and relatives to mourn her to you Mart, bnt if you ever get carpenters tools when he learned the trade. He afterwards worked lighter epithets passed loss She was laid to rest in the some married it will be without my on a canal, and asking continuronage in the family burying ground at Earri ' and repassed. assistance. Judge Sambrook, of Grover Cleveland's father was a son Bustles, on Rockcastle river is claimed that ninety per lo await the resurection. Mar- Louisville, is here for a few days Presbyterian minister with a small ance in the future, I am. It salary and a large family. The cent of the republican vote of Boyle ried, August 20, Miss Laura Sams visiting relatives and friends. : boys'had to earn their living. very truly, On August xsth, Mrs. J. W. Sams county is Bull Moosey. and Turner Overbay, at the resipresented her husband with a fine Rocky Mountain Advocate. Wilson and dence of the bride's parents near ten and a half pound boy. Mother . Kentucky will give An ordinary case of diarrhoea HilL May a long and happy a plurality of 52,960111 Sand Marshall babe both doing well. Mf. C. can, as a rule, be cured by a single-dosVernon, life be theirs. Our town marshal and ' , November 19 12. of Chamberlain's L. McDowell, of East Bernstadt, is working on the streefs again but and Diarrhoea Remedy. was in cyur town Sunday. Mrs Gov. Willson will not mak? sn flifv ran never be what thev xtT m f This remedy has no superior cT t i a w. x. mcnuies. 01 iruri,, is v.sit the pikes. complaints. For sale by exteaawe sgeakiue tour. Beliewes sbuWjatiUve-g- et inK "er parents, ' - ' I " lllifBillWTrTh '' hasrC. Davis. Advtr Using rates made known on application UMMfcJWhf,Mna XJMMMtC General William Booth, who died in London, England, last week, accomplished wonderful work for mankind, e was the fonnder of 3IEMBKR OV the Salvation Army. He was a KENTUCKY i'RKSS ASSOCIATION Methodist preacher and failing to J irg hands Geo. Pope r. L. H. Davis wa j List of candidates uow in tnti in Mt. Vernon, Monday, on bnsi-- 1 field at work for the piano giveti ness well, the Worlds Jc'air, at away by B. (J. Anderson & Son. London, begins (the 27th) There should be one buLdred and a great time is expected. R. or more by rrxt week. The list B. Sams was in Paris, Monday. , is as follows: D. C. Ponder is atteuding court at Name of Contestant No. votes. Mt. Vernon this week. On Aug Lillie Hiatt 8174 ust 22nd, Mrs. L. G. Falin pre Mattie Wilmott 4484; sented her husband with a fine ten Mildred Robins 1 17 and a half pound boy. Mother and Lizzie Gentr 1555 babe both boing well. Mrs. C. H. JJessie Hamlin "75 Rice and daughter left for Pans Sallie Reynolds 1000 Ky., Wednesday, for a few days' Mary Proctor, 1225 visit with relatives Etta Gable 1275 Minnie Hiatt 1000 INTERN ATILALY GREAT j to-da- y 1 'r V,?.,,.m - ; a. , -- ..cl-fSif m BRDSELL I 9Ii$lI$lllle PLOWS m bu-wh- SOLD BY & North Main Noc Davis vote-gette- re-so- s 1 old-fashion- I I e, The eop e Bank ... WE j I d The Franklin alrlt jllm;j$ UNDERTAKER Brodhead -- d, c ycoc!to8pc&x t&CX.U3 Jto&X&X&X&l n til-xo- s jonas Mckenzie KEEP EACH WEEK, AN EYE ON THIS SPACE. Ken-UGk- y. bat a-- profit bought that it Our givt Thanking of-th- e past a ;: Yours JONAS McKENZIE, Ky Mt Colic,-Choler- a - for-bowel 11 rSs.. Wgbtcabca ,i him iv A'JM-'J&- - - 'intjfcimiiiiin MMIiiMiliifi'iiiii ' W ' T1W1 iSmftti ,--- t & . . aSsS3SsgfelS&i ,'MT. VERNON SIGNAL i : Mt. Vernon, Ky., Aug. 30, 1912 W T& T 1 1 THEREYAS A Y3UNG KJDDO NAMED PETE "W are - 7'he boys- and a;man!s s pi m v 65 m 1 j ta M. our state ft m b a a "Wk05e'cL0THS ALWAYS .OOKEDVRYfEAT those who know hitii least. iOv live in the greatest age that Because the protection $L i 1 Wo have reached W. A. Uox has bold out his ice has ever been. C all n 'No. ?o " 'lien T"7 ( Or CLOTHE eiiED "PERFECTOM Ito Comm uni. y business to v on the time who'll it can be said no J. G. Anderson. cute with SIGNAL IH5URED HIM HE eOULDf7 BE BEAT moielhatl would oilncate and be A story minded woman is one TO-DA- Y la factor in the upbuilding of my who doesn't caie a darn, whether county, my state, and my nation i her hat is on straight or not. if I only had a chance. Tlie day John E. Craig of near Quail, had (ijas come when it is within the 24 dozen bundles of oat's threshed, reach of every boy and girl, tho' I? announ. i ou: Opening Exhibit and sale of our famous , Louisville &. Nashville R.R.Co. and they threshed out 27 bushels, ie vcs n the remotest part of his 13 TIME TABLE. Judge J. T. Griffin haspurclnsed-- ' county, to receive the besteduca j 4.4G p m the half interest of the Adams tion that can be had, and to receive '22 ii&rtn n.uul.- - u......, . 24 north 3:53 a m neirs in tne ieea store 01 waamb price. Poor boy and girl, it's for II:3S a m & Griffin, on West main street. Jlffl south What better opportunity 2l South 12:19 a m Onlr nine nprtnii'; Virile tnlrell do you want? What more can you Jas. Landrum, Agent. out hunting license 111 the county Walk Away Ag nn in this time. The nil mbel will Phone No. 8. ,, , ,. This nas not been so in the increase mucti tasier wueu com PERFECTION Suit. 1 past. We have often heard our Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice weather sets in. mail matter. as second-clas- s parents relate the educational con- - !i and our can confidently say The stockholders o. the Mt. ditions of their childhood days in We've studied ho?v to showing this season surpasses anything seen in this PEBSONAL Vernon Fair Association will meet the poor school houses, poor seat-a- t make this the Big Store the Court House August 31st 'iug, poor heating and short terms the ,Ed Cox's babv is very sick, p. in. they had finished the and when at 7 30 for the "little man." E. R. Gentry, Secy. common school there were bu few, Chambers Oldham is in from they Oklahoma. Clothes just chuck full of Do you know who will have to if any, higner schools, where in Louisville. pay more than half the tax if bond might attend and if there were C. D. Sutton is snappy style that's what will ..buying goods. building turn- higher schools only a few of tne issue is carried lor appeal to him. very attractive, and when you have a were able to enMiss Clarkson, ol the Brown Me- pikes?. Its not Rockcastle people. wealthier children tuition. ter becaure of high morial faculty arrived Wednesday. Make inquiries. you'll 5Z2,boys clothes are suit on you can be sure you boys and We are glad;to-tel- l Jones, of Middlesboro, Dr. Louis different and the In the sweepstakes roadster ring girls, that these conditions are past well-dres- t" be referred to as man i here lor a few at Brodhead fair, C. C. Davis' bay and we now have good school 1 is with relatives won't take away your breath. ! davs. gelding, driven by Roy Bealey, buildings, well heated and venti" GOOD CLOTHES Mis. M. L. Myers will arrive took the largest premium awarded lated, more books and better books L--. this afternoon to visit Mrs. O. at that exhibition. better teachers, and ldnger terms Davis. An error crept into our report of and when you have rinisned tne Mrs. Fanny Adams and little premiums, awarded at Alt. Vernon llJC v,uuuiy ".b" Are the greatest suit values you can possibly get It is your w t Tevis Bethurura, are visiting i n lair. For best bread, old fashioned school is open tq you. ay l s ' anywhere in this or any other country. Come and Middlesboro. corn none. Sis Hiatt. Culored, school and you can attend it with- 1H you have finished j m out cost. When see for your self that they are. Mrs. Chas. C. Davis and cari ied off the prize. L S3 J the County High school, you can l are- vimtinor friends at Wanted: Six or seven good go to the State normal at RichLondon, and taking in the fair. miners. Also have two or three mond or the State Uuiversity at I O. T. Bryant rail road agent, kood houses for rent. Stand By Lexington, without paying a penny! t Pine Hill has I een at home lor a W. M. BULI.OCK, So you see there is! for tuition. week with Oscar his sick brother. Aug. 30 3t. Hanstord, Ky. 0&&&gfaL- no excuse iur tne poorest, ooy or 4i SHOES JL U "Squire" T. N. Noe looks natua t his girl of Rockcastle county. Mr. Sam Ward, who died ral back at his old stand at corner home in Livingston, last week, As you know, your County High of West main and Williams streets was chuchyard at school is located at Mt. Vernon. It burried iu the A. H. Hamlin took his little ten old Paiut Lick, Garrard- county, begins September 2nd. and con year old daughter Vierla, to Dr. where some of his children were tinues for a period of nine months. Pennington, at Bertha, last week, lain many years ago. It offers many advantages thus for treatment of throat trouble. We have a library in each r During Mt. Vernon year. Found. HOME OF GOOD CLOTHES IN MT. VERNON I l TH Born to the wife of Alfred Owdepartment; athletics such as base Fair, at depot, a violin and case. Telephone No. 27 J ens, of Maretburg, a girl baby, but Owner can recover by paying for, ball, basket ball, tennis, track the little one only lived a few this "add" and proving property. work. etc. for both boys and girls; KZSSarfEHOfiSSHiSSSasaEKi seconds. Mother doing very well vocsl and instrumental; Lloyd Maret, Te'.ephoe Ex- music, W. T. Davis sold his home on agriculture, so if you expect to Dr. Pennington, ot Bertha, was change. reward for his long and faithful qld Main St. to Wm. Bullock. Mr. of mankind, to be used in a variety ltKOUimAI) 3 rtrli cc farm you will be prepared to make in the Big Hill country, Sunday services. Miss Lizzie Gentry Davis will commence at once the nf rprv intprPQtinor trirt-- c For Sale: A cottage house on automobneS aeroplanes, see Mrs. Rader, crops; some domore and better and Monday, to was in town Friday. Mrs. Linda erection of a house, on Terms very West Mam street. the land he wimlrailIs, corn sheIlers and hear. who has been seriously i.ll for some reasor able. I also have five shares mestic science and manual- trainC. C. Howell, tho Livingstou." Benton, Miss Willie and John re- bought of T. X iNOe. ses. and the academic course which restaurant man, was at home Snn- - turned to men- - mime m muim time. of stock in the Bank 01 Mt. Ver- ing; prepares you to enter' the Normal day. Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Car- burg, after spending several days' Cuts and bruises may be healed Mr. S. H Martin is very sick non, which 1 des:re to sell. or University without examination. ter, of Wilmore, are visiting rela- with friends here and Mt. Ver Jin about one-thir- d the time re- and hasbeeu for several days. We 1. S. H. Martin, Aug. VOTE FOR quired by the usual treatment by All common school graduates tives here .Jhis week. Miss Katie non. this splendid good man may hope Chamberlain's Liniment. j applying "Dan'l Boone" came in from may have thee advantages with Bunch was visiting in Crab Orch soon be restored to his usual It is an antiseptic and causes such Tuesday morning out paying tuition. We hope all avd, the first of the week. Jackson county health. I.EYEL GKEEN. injuries to heal without maturation Candidate from 11th District disguised. He left his coonskin will take advantage of this oppor- Misses Elizabeth Storm, and This liniment also relieves sore- Mr. Uolt Richares was here this cap and fence rail rille under a tunity. We urge all teachers to Dell Stapleton, are attending the is ' ness of the muscles and rheumatic Rev. J. Pike of Brodhead. week, to see his brother cashier, on He was ac brush pile by a big persimmon tell their pupils of these advantages XoU'doii fair.''"tljs week. Lloyd conduct- g a series of meeting at paius. For sale by Chas. C. Davis. W. L. Richards. just beyond uncle Tink Mul-lin- and insist on the eighth grade pu- Chestnut was Vd'own from Mt. Poplar dove, this week. They, PROGRESSIVE PARTY companied by his daughter, who tree and slipped into town before pils taking the examination for Vernon Sunday. J. N. Marlow are working some sections of the Old Cull says gasoline is a clear, will remain over for a short time. Guesshe was coiumon school diploma and euter-ih- g was at . h'ojne Siiw'ay. Ingall road in community and find that nervous liquid, which is composed auybodygot up. W. Taylor the oldest darkthe work is badlv needed. Mr. John the impression he' gra'nd-jur- y the County High school next Baughmari hiik turned to his and Mrs. W. L. DeBord, of Som- of speed, tfoise and trouble in equal; three under ey in the county enjoyed the had adjourned and thought it yean. Others may enter schcol homo in Aurora, lud., much to erset spent last week, with Mrs. parts. It is made of kerosene re-- 1 weeks visit, of his Louisville grandI would be safe to make the venture. here by' paving a' small tuition. regret of one of our fair sex. FSR FLETCHER'S DeBord's parenls, Mr. and Mrs. duced to a more violent stage, and children, who returned to Louis- We hope many of you boys and Homer Chestnut who has spent John McKinney. Clay Thompson' is supplied to the restless portion ' Don't lail to read our column of yille, a few days since via Wilton. "Why I am 'for the Bond issue for girls will make prepaiation to enter several months in Bensenville, was in Mt. Vernon, last Friday. LOCAL Pikes." We hope to have a lew school Here wnen your scuool is Ind., is with home folks this Mrs. D. R. Gentry and little son out in December. week, and will probably remain Robert, of Quail, are spending a Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Dry words from every man in RockJ.S. Iuvine,- publish in this here for some time. -- Miss Grace few days with Mrs. J. N. Brown. Goods, the best in town, are found castle county to Principal. McCall who is chief clerk for B. Miss Kate DeBord was very sick, calumn before the election, is over. at Sutton & McBee. 3 We only want a few words, iu fact C Anderson & Son, is taking a a few davs this week, but is better Sanford leases who was on trial, long windy articles are not want- BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOOL two weeks vacation, and Miss now.' Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Mul- I take this means of announcing to the at the last issue of our paper, for ed and will not be published, if Eva Albright is filling her place lins, and Mrs J. M. Broyles of "Pall term opens September nth. killing Jones Allen wa6 acquitted. sent in. We want just an expresbehind the counter. Brack Dur "Plain ennnt. .iinrlov ttmMi ATr orA I have public returned from the Boarding pupils, unless otherwise ham was here from Crab Orch Mrs, O. J. Mullins. Mrs. W. B. & McBee, the Lending sion from you in the fewest words Sutton notified are expected to arrive city where I purchased a car load of high ard the first of the week. P. A. Spivey an'd children, who have clothiers, are now getting in their possible. September 10th. Shelton was at home Sunday. been visiting relatives, here for full clothing. grade which is now on The Mt. Vernon Kindergarten opens September Notice: Mrs J. M. Owens is suffering tVirpf inrmtht: ll:ic imnpfl hor V111McNew's thresher drawn by Graded School hogins Monday i6tn. in Langdon Dormitory. with hav-- f ever. Rov Robins, a band at Ford, Ky., where he has a exhibition in large ware room for intraction engine, passed through September, 2nd, All mothers and At the earnest request of pat brother of Postmaster John RobMr. and Mrs. W. ht. position. town Wednesday afternoon from fathers and persons, who are inter rons of the school, arrangements ins, who- has been in Merkel, spection I showing the most up-to-d- ate Brown and daughter Essio, were We expect to have been made- - to take a limited threshing Gus Staverson's wheat ested are invited. Tex., for the past lifteen months, guests of their daughter Mrs. and best line of furniture ever brought crop which resulted in 529 bushels. hay; some addresses by our good number of ,pupiis in Primary is with relatives and friends here the 0 L. Hatcher Sunday. W. L. . His crop last year from a less citizens of the town. The recent grades. Gertrude Todd and Thos. J. Brown of week. -- Miss this Bed room suits Davenports to town , Hour.-?average produced 650 bushels school law says all children between a m. to 3 p. m The J Anderson, of Paris, is- visitiug 9 here a few days last Some of this crop was late sowing the ages of six and thirteen must Primary pupils will have the ad Couches Dining tables Center tables her uncle B. C. Ahde.rson this week, breaching the country' air. and didn't do so well. attend every day. vantage of, Kindergarten story week. Dave Roberts is at home Mrs. G, B. Lawrence spent last Chairs Rockers Wardrobes Safes in fact hour and gmie period, but will from Williamsburg this week. Mrs. America S. Ward and famSaturday with her sister Mrs. J. .Some enemy says Cull McClure have regular lessons during the Mr and Mrs. J. Thos Cherry, of Mrs. everything in the furniture line needed to M. Maret at Mt. Vernon. vH pend a whole day whitin' out ily ot Livingston, desire to express remainder of the day. Crab Orchard, were in town Jeff Price was withhor sister, Mrs hickory peg for a suspender but-ton- , their heartfelt appreciation to kind A The policy-- , of our school has Tuesday. Prof Prank Tueton Chas."" furnish and beautify your home ?fi"T then get so overcome with friends and neighbors, who were so Vauho-- k, a part ot last been one of friendship for, and co- was on the sick list the first of week, and attended the interesting laziness that he won't reach around helpful and attentive 10 them dur operation Remember wehave Carpets with the work of the the week. Mrs John Elder, of That ing the illness and passing of the suspender. and get the lectures given at Friendship, by Graded School. We expect to and the Bee Lick section, was the Prof. John Ware of Science Hill, husband and father Samuel Ward. a large and well selected assort:beats Sap Owens,, the "one continue this policy and ' ope more guest of her sister Mrs. will ever cherish in J. P. Ky. rMiss Flonnie Todd is spendwho sports but oue The family man," and more to be able, cooperate ment Watson last Saturday. She was ing the week, with her auntMs. Says that two is too their memory the sympathy and suspender. with its Board in accompanied home by her mother condolence extended during their Sallie Logston at Quail. J. D. anuch trouble to take care of. this space each weekfor prices f uthering the educational interest Mrs. N. J . Reynolds, of St. Bloomer is in Kansas, with his offliction and sad bereavement. of the community. Mr. J. E. Shoop, of Danville, will interest you Loui?, who is spending the sum brothers who ha-- e typhoid fever; Mr. D, Because we desire to act con- A.Mt. Vernon citizen claims and his father-in-lamer Ik re Jim Wallin is ''hello the last account was they were imPhelpp, of Eubanks, were here that his potato and tomatoe vines sistently with this policy we havs boy" at the telephone exchange and. he would soon return. Tuesday looking the situation are being overrun and destroyed never solicited day pupils, nor do for the present, and is certainly proving Miss Ora Brown was the guest over with a view of installing an by hordes of fleas and he daresn't we expect to do so, bur we will on to his job.' Rev. E. M. Arm-itag- e of Mrs. G. B. Lawrence last SunThey were go into tbe,patch for either yege- - j welcome those who desire to enter electric light plant. is at home from Livingston, day. Miss Hallie Sowder of Etna. verv much pleased with the ot- - table, having been forced out' our schcol. where be has been holding a few soent last week, yi h her grand -- . look and will be back on the several times by attacks from days meeting. Miss Delia, Flynn mother Mrs.' A'. C. Sowder. Mrs. night of Sept. 6th to meet with myriads of the pests. "Dontmen- Good tOads IXiaSS is vieitwg in Louisville this week. Joe Hasty visited hor parents at our town board at which time it tion my name," he said, "but just , Walter Roberts, of May Mrs. Robt. definitely put it on cuii Mcciure he can meeting will be e'etermined. court house was in town Sunday. wood, Hansford, last week. were with her Uncle Saylor and children . whether or uot they will locate the stand for anything and every- - "- &f 1 1 t ClOCK John Flynn, whohas been a faith- mother Mrs. Dahlia Sag last IO We cer- thing." . He proved his assertions LVAOnacty plant in Ml. Vernon. ful rail rotd section,. Jjaryl for week. Thechool at thi!tffifc is tainly need itjand Mt. Vernon will on the vermin question, by dis- - Every body v COme La- - about for ty.,y ears, was' released-fro- progressing .nicely. Projapiting To-da- y extend a cordial greeting to these jjiajruiK ji ilea uiucs ui vanuuo further duties a few days seems to be doiBZ'tiie-tbiMVtiatdies invited. gentlemen. dimensions. enteiprising ago, and placed on a pension as a 'right. - .1'! &.-is"t'P'f..f: ' T ' rv-. ... ""- . itt- - ,,brst-friends - Oitiiuit morrow. m,W wuiii.1. it'ill i.l urn ... m....... 1 ... In. i .,.. - .w. r,,..mrtrm, ,- -. . -- - - 1 ii-'- iiv"i'i-- i iv - .. - v iv " s "l) j - JTroJJ;&?w-'MtK-,"'";,ra : &Bmmmm5s&&m&$ s&aBSaisaggasiyrBi at,fcginfnT-"WMiBBiMHBHHI 'itussstssmaamm i - IK ir. 1 wr JL n. I j j r TlTl1! JL g JLjJl il JLX VA ; We j . j ' i With I For Fall past Winter Wear, We that town I THE NEW PATTERNS Are FISH that f M 71 7 "a prices Til AT W" FISH'S We 1 5 Patte rns $2 up to $8 !"'"" FASHIONABLE Jwesid? - fl HEADWEAR What You Buy" I jS$ lsMrA - j ". gW I ., - 23-3- 1 hL H. 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AYcgclablcPreparalionrcnls-similaiingihcFooJandRcgul- The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of i -- UMop-?uuca- q tingllic Sionac&s aiulBowIscf Mvw.iMM-as.iiiiii::- . 55133z,l Gl5 SMN3H1 OHM NVLJOA 3H1 MOJ mmm Promotes DigpslionkfiJness and ResLContainsneilter K)piimi.Morphine nor Mineral - NOT NARCOTIC. EtcyeofOMDcSSMZimmi JbMleMs-jiwtSt- UHDSSTAK5S Our line of Couch Caskets is unexcelled '.llCn ill I U1 .! td w In luCmienckSda Herat Stid-- rnn.14 iiSW All - Coftinsfumished Hearse sent to all parts of the County Hand-mad- e eitsi SB4fi! 70 CI I &!m . WuaTkKT. . Aperfect Remedy forConsftpi-tlo- Si , Sour Stomch.Dlarrtoa Wonas.CouvulsionsJewisk: MY All Use For Over ' - nessontlLoss or Sleep. orders by Wire Promptly Filled MT. VERNON, KY TacSiniile 'signature of W. A. COX,! l'lmno 94 S CtNTAun CompasT, las NEW YORK. Thirty Years u Guaranteed undcrthe Exact Copy of Wrapper. GASTORIA THE CINTAUH COMPANY. NCW TOHK CITY. Yesterday To-morro- w W TO-DAY w to-da- Tc-da- y YESTERDAY id but a dream, ouly a vision, well lied makes every yesterdav a dream of hapbut piness andevery a vision uf hope. Tlierufore not yesterday nor brinjf your account to to-da- y THE pro-,p.ritjri-eu- BAATK OF MT. VERNOX I m ft. - VERKDM CASKET CD. 5 Then our bojie is that all your moneys will brin? you happiness, and and all your recollections of will .satisfacticn and all your dealings and relations bring you t with this Bauk will bring you great prosperity. PRACTICAL UNDERTAKERS FUNERAL DIRECTORS, H S: and C. C. WILLIMS, THE BANK OF KENTUCKY MT. VERNON President. W. I,. RICBARDS, Cashier. E3US.IL SEEKS Mt. Vernon, Ky. rs 5 5 5 OUCH METALICCASKETS INDIAN KILLED ON TRACK. Near Rochelle, 111., an Indian went to sleep on a railroad track and was killed by the fast express He paid for bis carelessness with Olten Us that way his life. W when people neglect conghs and colds. Don't risk your lite when prompt use of Dr. King's New v Over U. G. Baker's Store. discovery will cure them and so Bridge Work a specialty. prevent a dangerous throat or Crown and woik guaranteed. All lung trouble. "It completely cured me, in a short time, of a W. terrible cough that followed a severe attack of Grip", writes J. R. Watts Floydada, Tex., "and I regained 15 pounds in weight that I had lost." Quick, safe, reAlt Vernon, Ky liable and guaranteed 50c. and St. 00. Trial bottle free at Chas. Home and office in the late residence C. Davis Dr. Myers formerly occupied on Old Dentist PwgagB Woodrow Wilson, Scholar and Statesman, Democratic Candidate For President. .;,ll.,:,lI:..I.I..T..I..i.t..I..I..I.H..t..I.,I..I,.I.,ITI, jsi Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of work for the company. rOrders by wire promptly tilled. Hearse sent to all points : : CoffinsandRobes. 5 5 3 the people and the RENCY. cur- - t T. FRANCJS, Dentist In dealing with the complicated and difficult question of the reform of our banking and currency laws it Is plain that we ought to consult very many persons besides the bankers, not because we distrust the bankers, but because they do not necessarily comprehend thebusiness of the country, notwlthstandlngthey are indispensable servants of It and may do a vast deal to make it hard or easy. No mere bankers' plan will meet the requirements, no matter bow honestly conceived. It should be a merchants and farmers' plan as well, elastic In the hands of those MainSt.,;-Mt- . Vernon. Strayed or Stolen: White and black spotted hound, yellow around the head, with collar on her neck, left my place about June 29th. ''Liberal reward offered" C. C. MT. -- Williams, 2ATTORNEY-AT-LA- VERNON. KY. OFFICE. - On 2"cd. floor o W. H. Gentry, The Bank of Mt. Vernon, on Church Spiro, Ky. street. Special attention given to collections. who use It us un indispensable part of their dally business. From Woodrow Wilson's Speech Accepting the Democratic tTiiT.iT. ARE FVER AT WAR. Phone No. 80. There are two things everlastingly at war, jov and piles. But Bucklen's Arnica Salve will banish It soon sub UNDERTAKER piles in any form. and EMBALMER itching, iiritation, in dues tile flammation or swelling. It gives Greatest comtort. invites joy. boils, ulcers, cuts healer of hums, bruises" ".ema, scalds, pimples, 0"ly 25 cents at skin en ptio is. 3.C.MeCLARY Chas. L ,vis. colored Taken Up: A sandy sow, weight about 115 pounds, came to my place abont six weeks ago, owner can have same by paying all cost and damage, W. M. Arnold, Jr. u lv, ig-- 3t tranforH, Kv For Sale: One new six room house and lot located on Richmond st:eet, just outside the corporation. For terms apply to, Edgar Mullins. July 12 4t. Mt. Vernon, Ky. constipation and indigestion till I of and began to use Dr. King's New Life n Marbles and SEEMED TO GIVE HIM A exPills which I have found an NEW STOMACH. Monuments of all cellent remedv". For all stomach Granite A well ' known Des Moines they are liver or kidney troubles I suffeied intensely at4reating woman aftar suffering miserable kinds. Estimates furnished unequaled. Only 25 cents at Chas. and no medicine or I for two days from bowel com on application. C. Davis. tried seemed to do tnVany good" plaint, was cured by one dose of writes H. M. YonncpoterS,"1 Editor GEO. OWENS Propr. s anu of The Sun, sow, Pone 112 Lake View, Ohio. unamberiain Qp: A black For sale by Takkk Diarrhoea Remedy. "The first-f- e doses of Cbamber-luin'- s Chas. C. Dais. weight about i5o pounds, came to Stomach andJLlvejf'Tabiets my place about six weeks ago. gave me surprising relief and the second 6ottle seemed to give me Owner can kave same by paying a new stomack and perfectly good cost. all damage and FOR FLETCHER'S FOR FLETCHER'S . health?'. For Chas. C. LXE MlDDLBTON, Davis. Mt. Vernoa, Ky July 26-3kti& THE TRIALS OFATRAVELER "I am a traveling salesman," writes E. E. Youngs, E. Berkshire Vt., "and was often troubled with Mount Vernon Monumental JORKS Manufac trer price Is fixed. But suddenly It. Is dlscov ered that the farmer is the sole cause foi the high cost of living, and what happens? The president (Mr. Taft) with a total disregard for the interests of the farmers, submits a plan to open up to competition with the farmers of the United States the products of Canada while being careful to preserve the tariff or. more correctly speaking, the tax on all the farmer has to buy. which as clearly as anything can exposes the hypocrisy and "humbuggery' of the claim that the tariff Is any benefit to agricultural as compared with manufactured products Now, the farmers of this country have an opportunity to benefit themselves that has never appeared within my recollection, as the Democratic party has been compelled by "the force of public opinion to nominate a man for the presidency who is the best equipped for that high office of any that have been nominated or elected since Lincoln a man that l speak of from a personal acquaintance with and a knowledge of his fitness; a man of great natural ability, splendidly educated, not theoreUcally, but practically; a keenness of Intellect remarkable for its grasp of every condition with which he la confronted; an Indomitable courage to do right, and, above all. a great, broad tend-- , ency with and sympathy for all classes, Ha will make one of the most accessible this that I am prompted to address you. For years farmers have Justly complained of being required to pull at the short end of the yoke because of unfair and unjust discriminations In legislation and transportation, and at the present ttme the farmers are charged with being tha cause of the high cost of living when as a matter of fact, taken collectively the amount Invested in their business, the hours devoted to hard labor and everything connected with the details of. agricultural life they are. as a whole, the poorest paid class of people in this country while relatively the most Important. During all recent years farmers have been told what a great blessing haB been theirs through the so called protective tariff, and yet to find a market for their principal crops they have had to compete In the markets of the world where the None can meet the splendid Mrs. Wilson and her three rellned. cultured daughters with their perfect natui.ilnebs but must feel that the whole family of Woodrow Best Equipped Man For PresiWilson .i preparedto till a Kreat nteil In the picbent crisis In the hisdency Since Lincoln. tory of our mutiny, as vere Washington. Jefferson. Jackson and Lincoln, and I "would advise the farmers upon my reputation as a man if jou want to protect your own lntcicsts and those of your famou to ilies. If good wantyour render the Brnatest SENATOR GARDNER'S VIEWS. possible country and future to ij generations. If jou want to contribute your purt to the end th.it popular KOiern-- j ment under God shall not perish from the .The Maine Statesman, Himself a y earth, then see thnt the Hon. Ydodrow Farmer, Declares That President Wilson Is elected president. Taft Would Continue to Tax Farmers of the United States and at the Sams Time Compel Them to Compete With WHAT REPUBLICAN PROS- - J. Canadian Farmers. 4" PERITY IS. The reasons why those engaged in What has the result been? agricultural pursuits should support Yes; If by prosper. Prosperity? Governor Woodrow WMson for presl ity you mean vast wealth, no dent are strongly bet forth by Senator matter how distributed or whethOhadiah Gardner of Maine In an ad er distributed at all or not; If dies to farmers. you mean vast enterprises built Senator Gardner Is n practical farm up to be presently concentrated er, oue who farms his own farm, and under the coutrol of comparahe is probably In closer touch and symtively small bodies of men. who pathy with country life and Its encan determine almost at pleasure vironments than any other man in pub whether there shall be competilie life. tion or not. The nation as u nayears Senator Gard For twenty-flv- e tion has crown Immensely ileh. ner has been actively Interested In She is justly proud of her Industhe national grange, and for ten years tries and of the genius of her he was the master of the state grange men of affairs They can master of Maine. A few years ago he came anything they set their minds to. within a close margin of being elected and we have been gieatly stimgovernor of the Pine Tree State. leadership and ulated under their A little less than a year ago. when command. Their laurels are Senator Frye. who had represented many and very green. We must Maine in the senate for thirty years, accord them the great honors died. Governor Plnisted honored Mr. that are their due. and we must Gardner and recognized the agriculpreserve what they have built up tural Interests of the country by ap for us. But what of the other pointing him to the United States senside of the picture? It Is not ate, where he 'has made a most credit-ubl- e easy for us to live as It used to record, devoting particular attenbe. ,Our money will not buy as tion to the welfare, of the great rural High wages, even when much. population of the country. He Is now we can get them, yield us no and will uni candidate for grear comfort. We used to be doubtedly be successful. off with less, because a better In his address Senator Gardner says: dollar could buy so much more. To the Farmers of the United States. The majority of us have been Greeting: disturbed to find ourselves growBeing one of you and for the greater ing poorer, even though our earnpart of my life having been engaged In the practical everyday duties of my own ings were slowly Increasing. farm, having been for twenty-flv- e years Prices climb faster than we can past officially at work through boards of earnings up. From push our agriculture and the national and state granges, having Berved four years as secWoodrow WlLson's Speech Ac- ond officer of the national grange and aa ceptlng the Democratic Nomina- master of the Maine state grange tea tlon. years, during which time the order in Maine added 35.55 members and attained a power and Influence never held before. 1 feel I am In a position to speak from the "Wilson and Marshall" looks good, standpoint of one who knows the farmer aad his need, aad It is solely bcM of sounds go5d, is good. I marvelow,s man, ar-wlrh every person In the Unltfd Statos roultl 'ttinxv lain us Vnd supplementing all thesf I know him qualities 1.4 the addition that his home Is one oC put feet balance. presidents ever In the While House and tnrough whom none will l.t ivfied a hearing, hdnvxir hiiir.V.e. nor full lo receive justice at his liirds lie Is truly a FARMERS SHOULD GEORGE OWENS, S M anager Office Mt. Vernon Monumental Building PHONE 112 SUPPORT WILSON iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiraiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiimii My Doctor Said " I was in a very low state of health, and was not able to be up and tend to my duties. I did 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," "Try Cardui," writes Mrs. Z. V. Spell, of Hayne, N. C Cardu 1 The Woman'sTonic Cardui is successful, because it is made especially for women, and acts specifically on the womanly constitution. Cardui does one thing, and does it well. That explains the great success which it has had, during the past 50 years, in helping thousands of weak and ailing women back to health and happiness. If you are a woman, feel tired, dull, and are nervous, cross and irritable, it's because you need a tonic Why not try 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. tor Special Instructions, snd Write to: Ladies' Advisory fe Dipt. CbatUnoon Medicine Co.. Chattanooga. Tea book. " Home Treitaent tor Women," teat bee. J 56 &x&x$x$x Z&dfipt&x: CHAS. C. DAVIS THE DRUGGTST . SAYS On July ist. a bay horse about 5 years old, 14 hands Taken Up: tiTent high, clear of blemish except those caused by harness . Owner can have same by paying reasonable charges. P. D. DeBord, 26-3- t Mt. Vernon, Ky. July That Tennyson or Longfellow could take a worthless sheet of paper and write a poem on it and make it worth $75.00O-tha- t's genius and there are others who can write a few words on a sheet of paper and make it worth this nation ot ours can take $8,000,000 -- that's capital and an ounce "and a quartea of gold and stamp upon it an Eagle-bir- d money and some of our and make it worth $20.-thfor $1.25 bnt prefere one that yoeng ladies will buy a hat cost $35. -- that's foolishness. I might sign my name to a ceeque for a $1,000,000, but it wouldn't be worth a dime-tha- t's rouge. But some people will tell you that they can t's nonsense-tr- y me. serve you as weiras Chink afs but-tha- Yours truly C C- - DAVIS, Mt. PHOKE No. 39 Vernon, Ky. Children Cry -- ChUdrn Cry . o t. CASTOR! A ft Wf e- - A STORIA f- Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S KWsW JO R A a 1 1 Vfci V f "? W v 33X$3l3 33CeXXiC ..""I fj