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"UMBER 49 VOLUME XXV. MT. VERNON, KS33KIS8WSKS3e2S22S3SS ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER i sj. 191- - School had ttmiq. grounds last Sunday Water moilons; lei cream and cake were a &5 at the lair thu assessor at $o,000. fti r oik does it cost him, placing . What the- - tax Our First ss!fe3fesaiiS3asss?isa n very ploasanttimew: 'jJMI)' t .TMniJlnnn imiiiM t it..-- - H '- our first yearrs business we were forced to enlarge AFTER quarters The cause of this steady growth we believe is dw .to the policy of this store, We have always fell thai we owe a duty anil the quality of merchandise we cany. Our value to our town as a to our town and country as Clothier as well as citizens. business enterprise is measured by something more than the way we give our support to the welfare and improvement of our town ami country. We have a definite and important function as Clothing Dealers; supplying our as food and shelter. fellow citizens with a class of morchaus.ie f hat's as ncce.-sar- y ours, that every transaction would be an We have put your inteiest above We believe our policy has made a place in the hearts of expression of good will. the many hundreds of satisfied customers. They rea'ize that this store has rendered 111 tne them anu11 community a service in nan mug sucn lneiviiandi.M as " 1 ..1 I).. Morris Bailey, Walter were hero fi n Mi.. Roberts Mrs. Robert wood, Sunday. Brooks, of Harlan, is with her , ... i M! .? miss Hi parents nere ims weerc. H.Lonora Par rot tl of Mt. Vernon, wjus the g nest or, Mrs. CI A. Frith, M. Hiatt and Wal- this week. ler Robins wije in Mt Vernon, Tuesday, to see Sun Bros.'s show. Miss Mary SJich. of (Jhatta- . i . ft . . . n:nooga. Tenn., is visiting relatives here this week. ' - Claud Owens, 15 R. Wilmott and Urbin Cass were in Mt Vernon, Tuesday, to Mr. Allen witness the show.lliatt was a visitor at the London fair, Friday. Mrs Dortha Means and her sister. Miss Myrtle Cuni mins, of U ichita. Kansas, and Mr. Champ Mullijis, of Osawatoinie, Kansas, were the guests of Rev. and Mrs. A. J. Pike and other Tv. g pjj relatives here this week Shivel is moving the store room of J M. Adams this week so it will sot square with the pave n.ent, and when it is finished and K the concrete walk put; down in front it will add greatly to the . . - .co "at the highest point possible. It ladi rN d, id cannot cost him over $0, the rate ep .! i ' being 20 cents on tthc hundred . ; W'SESWT" T -- M- 1 : dollars, or$2 per thousand. Now then, you seej that man as it is with an old muddy road in front of him, and he has to hire ......... some man to put in six uays every year, year after year, and never have roads any better, thus spending more than six dollars every year, and having nothing, .when on tho other hand he could spend his $G for bond issue and have a nice job at exactly the same cost. Now, farmers, business' men, professional men, professional and laboring men, think seriously before casting your vote 20, 1912. Give this on question due consideration and you will be compelled to cat your vote for this noble cause The organization wants you to join 'n this tight Write us. Gome to see us or telephone us whnjou want a bunch of speakers and the brass band to visit you in behalf of this great campaign. Oh, we are coming through old Rockcas-- ' to-da- y O-to- ber ., Baa,.. mw ' ItJktK; ' - . JJolid-bre.eei K T&i Sure Safe Shooiins for Man op Boy Anci a Simple Kiiie to Care For The Remingion-UM- C .22 Repealer is rifled, sighted and tested for accuracy by expert gunsmiths. It shoots as you hold. The simple, improved safely device on every Remington-UM- C .22 repeater never fails to work. Accidental discharge is impossible. a ciute c Rf iiiDt'lon Cub has bcaulji loo ! 2 REPEATER. Hamnierless The Remingt on- - UMC .22 Repeater is easily cared for. In takingdown, your fingers are your only tools. The breech block, firing pin and extractor, come out in one piece permitting the barrel lo be cleaned from the breech. The action handles .22 short, .22 long or .22 long rifle cartridges any or all at the same time withctit adjustment. Remington-UMC--th- e Arms-Unio- n perfect shooting combination A Reminaton 299 Broadway Metallic Cartridge Co. tfcw York City appearance. ... IT "Number. Bill Poynter? uo.be has no fone." Is train on time? Will it rain I don't hear AVe have always kept two profits in view, a profit for you and a profit for V)U- - ..JtJ1.Q(l- - tll?.s -- rJnorning. machine us. No business eye really becomes great which is simply a 'profit-makin- g What time is it? U:4L'. Is that for its owner. Mtiiiufacturirs of Bpfok, Sand and Lime Works ct correct? Where is Dr. Southard? DUDLEY, ky. We want your business and our policy to touch a responsive chord of under- tea' try Not at tho office. Not there? WINCHESTER. KY. EG Davis' drug store. This old fone standing and appreciation in you that our future relation will be even more pleasant tiint no count. Get off the line, thau in the past. dont you see its in use? Hatched What's the pass word to dispatch- or hunt with dog or gun: that's extend to you an invitation to call and inspect the fourteen out of fifteen that was in ers office? "Well, udo sob." The tho law. Ice cream from Bine-GrasSHALL THE RSGHT PREVAIL nest. Meet you at Pine Hill t pass is right, walk into this sanctucreamory, Lancaster; yes, new Clothing; and Shoes which are now beginning to arrive noon. Send by first train. Wait ary of wind jammers and be duly it's mighty good: the best made. Do (fone don't .answer). I could Pike Rockcastle county is the iug? All done? Cant you senu received upon the sharp-pointe- d check : day; I need the money. tongues of thesrtcliteo, the sounds talk over a string better than over slogan of every public-spirite- d our ears this fone. Well, get out your man, woman and child, and what Yes, there s lots otners in same; therefrom piercing everybody wants should be had. fix. What w:U Cull do next? Has which is to teach you that when strings. I haven't talked more-thaHB3&toKB gSm&!8m WSiiSSi2SiS3SitainmSSSSSSMm This question of bonding old .Jim Houkgone back to Jimtown? you start out to be a liar get there two minutes and yon are beat you to it. charging for four. Isaacs acquitKockcasllo in her 10J5 year is the Hang up your receivers along the first: don't v the mjster-ie- s ted. Man indicted foe chasing issue and the only thing that is line;cint ring when they .are down. You wi'f"iilso-"recjeiv- e of the noble and ancient decree up a street where no street had resting on the minds of her people Haveyou seen Bill Bullock say that there You children get off the line. How of Humility which will lower that ever existed Solve tho riddle. I want to has been an organization perfected about Uncle Tink and his potatoes. stilted pride you have sported lo It's easy when you know. Tell whereby tho bond ' issue shall be Neal Parrett beat him to it. Who these many days, as every other Dr. Chestnut I am better. How EmXEffi:SFSffiflaS3ea32E3Ses! heralded to every nook and crevice. is that but 'in' in? What are you unworthy man that has gone this many people did you raigTPfTTfflHfftWtM MMMilliHI say knew Lest has been made, and thcfiscal them unbounded success in thtir We expect to hold up this noble doing this morning? Just got din- way before ou. The shin of this how so talk oyer a telefono? One IiKOUllK.U). iiiyi. li.u- nuifji ftinn. wedded life--. Mrs. I. R. Storm cause And endeavor to hold it high ner put on. vmiim. Where have you degree is reaching out into tho air in ten, probably. How about op .. ...., ' London fair last . eiIOngh thnt a mJln sm know been? I been calling an hour? with a partly closed hard as if in erator.s"? a few of ooo will build, The people m attended the them know t.r:imnles over such Prevaricators are not all dead. the act of grasping and turning a their business. Get the mush out this end of the county are for week, and is visiting ineiids ami call later. Who are dis- relatives in Keavy this week. The Let what he is It saems that there is consider good roads, and are fairly road Miss TemiJest Ward was at, home causes man join this about. work Line busy, voti should have told door knob. givenpass word of this of your mouth and talk. You talk vou? well, degree is great at low breath youiself. If you can find other every able enthusiasm being aoused in gusted with the present J. am paying for this fone words system. Thousands of. dollars Thursday until Sunday from ner and post himself so ho may bo that without being asked. Intro-- . never yell out "Who is this end of the county over the where she is able to explain to his neighbor in dnc2 yourself when your party and I'm going to use it. Yes, you there " Better say "Is it Teddy, jiroposed $loo,oao bond issue to are being spent every year i'pr Klizabethtown, teaching. Misses Lena and Eva a few short words what it means answers; dqnt keep hjiu guessing. have already used it ten minntes Woodrow or Bill?'' voted on Oct 26, and we find repairs, and there is no material In such a state Albright., Tempest and Ada Ward to liim to have pikes in this grand Lino "ad (out of order). How is and the limius live minutes; there most of our people 6trictly for it, betterment is the. only and Mrs. Mary Albright. Brack old county of ours. Where, oh, Oscar , this morning? Como over are others who also are paving for MANY DRIVEN FROM HOME but we also fimd a large majority of affairs a bond Durham, Wallace Haggard and where is the argument against it Goodbye. Just back fones who are wanthiu to use the of tho voters are going to be way of bringing about permanent Every year, in many parts of Frank Ward attended the Loudon Think for one moment if you irom Louisville. Wasn't the Mt line. John accidently killed; re- the country, thousands are driven neainst it unless the Fiscal Court and speedy imptoveinent If the- fair last Kriday. Mrs. Bettio from their homes by coughs and please what other counties all Vernon fair the goods. Well, yes mains arrive there noon in authority w ill specify voters of Rockcastle county inor those Tharp is visiting Mr. and Mrs. around us are doing. Have they and to spare. That "goat chute" xre they still talking'?; lungs, diseases. Friends and busijust where these pikes are to be dorse the proposition which will be presented to them in noxtjThos. Baker, at Wilton, and will the industries made to unload billies for the fair Women you say. Well. wake, me ness are left behind for other clithat we have. jbuilt. If the pikes are to be mates, but this is costly and not as to benefit one town month they are not likely to also visit relatives in Corbin.be- Well, I should say no, many. times came in handy in transferring the up when they got through. Mes always sure. A better way the Ibuilt so home. Miss no. Stop and think who it is that 40 head of returning fore d horses senger fee did. you, say? I wont way of multitudes is to use Dr. ,rnore than another, or a few indi- regret their action in the future. Minnie Hiatt and B. R Wilmott pays for these roads Isn't it the that came from a distance. Old pay it; there is a fone right next King's New Discovero and cure viduals, to receive benefit over No sensible taxpayers should be attended church at Buckey, Sun- man that has the money? You Cull should be fired from the liars.' door. You wont call it? Why? yourself at home. Stay right tflie general masses of the people, satisfied with such inefficient of applying the public day. Earl Phillips of Wildie, was are compelled to siy yes. Well, club. Something wrong wjth this. Tired of autsidecal's? Who said there, with friends, and lake this alien the voters in this end of the methods same medicine. Throt and county are against issuing bonds funds as we now have, and our in town Saturday. Mrs. J. J. if it is left to the people that tone; send out and fix it. Tom-nii- e so? J will report you for this find quick relief anclhealth Pajnter, of Lebanon Junction, is Do yon You don't care? Can be lead but returns. Its help in coughs, h worse tell father. in any amount for the , construc- people are for the bond issue with her mother Mrs L. N. Van- - alreadySpay the high tax, it will colds, Well, did you' ever? grip, croup, whoopidg cough anil w.in with hands down, tint.) for the thiuk the K. P. will do the big not driven? We can see no when we know where the money-tion of . pikes. used.-T-Th- o many friends hook this week: David Webb is man that just pays a poll tax, it things promised. Locks like it. When was total eclipse of sun? sore lungs maue it a positive reason 'why the Fiscal Court is to be very lowr with typhoid 'at his resi- canvt cost him one penny. Now, Who is working a.t Pine Hill while 1809. Don't answer? Nobody blessing. 50c and $1.00. Trial should not make it Unown now of Miss Loretta Frith were sur bottle free. Guaranteed by Chas. of her marriage dence three miles west of here. is it right and just for the man Bryant is off? Have they started in? I don't see why, they ought C. Davis. where pikes are to be built in case prised to hear Robt. H. Hicks foreman of a con that absolutely pays not a oent to to build the concrete dam at Cor- to be in. I don't believe you tried tho bond issue carries, thaiuhe' Monday of this week, to Mr. L crete crew, Cull McClurewas discovered in who is working for tell.ttie"L. & N. R". R..Co, the W. nelius? or do they- propose to call to ring them. You needn't get They people will know what to expect M. Brown, of Louisville. L. & NT. R. R. Co., received a J. S arks Co., the Granite Brick tile place Cormivis?. Will there be huffy about it. Whn does the his favorite situation yesterday, and to vote. A short time ago left be'r home Monday morning the ahalfmtleof pike was builin presumably to go to Crab Orchard very painful injury last Saturday Co., and the many coal companies a' presentation speech when Maret one o'clock train come? Sixty asleep in a rocking chair at hotel while assisting his men unload of our county that they shall not gives tbat"b.ig' gourd to Judge minutes past. 12'. Left my um- office. In his hand was grasped orker to sec what it would c&t Springs for dinner, but instead some lumber from a moving train.. spend iheir- - moneyv for piking Lewis that he is growing for him? brella on the train; telegraph tho his faithful alarm' clock wich he to construct pikes in this county, drove to Stanford where they He was struck by a heavy piece of Rockcastle county. I cannot see Hp( hold party).' Henry Wood conductor. ..Give me the depot. carries fsr the purpose of having it and tbe fiscal court bad that half were married at the court house mm un- - llow man n he se disused to could talk over a grapevine. What Cau I make connection at Joppa awaken htm from Lis daily slummile built beginning at the cor- by Judge J. P. Baily. The bride timber, which rendered some time. Weare'oven eutertaiiusuch ideas, and I time is passenger train due going for Jerusalem? Why' didn't Brad bers in time to go home to supper. porate limits of the town of Mt. js the attractive daughter of Mr. conscious for glad to report him much improved l(lonot honestly 'believe Chere is to Louisville.- 5':46 p.m. I'thought head's aeroplane sail up to Mt. WHAT WE NEVER FORGET Vernon and extending tp the and Mrs. J. G. Frith, and is very and- - hope to see him out againm a such a one after he thoroughly it came af 14 minutes to 5 Has Vernon? H.awhs the Bull Moose ,grou nd s of the , M t. Vernqri ;Fair popular. Mr. lirown is a promt ' according to science, are few days. understands, but on the other Dr Lovell-- j been in this morning ) outlook is your Jconnty? That's associated with our early, the thinks Association. We are not finding nent salesman of Louisville. This home life; ' with the fiscal courjfor seems a case of kve at first sightsl Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Brown left hand what does it mean to the' Hurry up we need the Hue. Where what you say every time I call. such as Bucklen's Arnica Salved fault Mat Four, the blind man, beat a that mother or grandmother n?ct as they met for the first time on y for Louisville. Mr. Brown1 man that just pays a poll ; why,, it ! is Dr. Chesnut? Give me the doing this because thej-peoplbefore the Brodhead "has a concession at the Stale! means work at a good price-perfecto get time. Rock fell and hurt man. Livingston party in a boss trade. to cure our burns, boils, scakTs- had to have a good aiul had to be dayj right at yj eruptions, Who is that Bill Man wanted to trade me back. sores, sKin door, and it send doctor. cuts, to the fair, but our people would fair. We understand they will- Fait next week, sprauesor brnises Fortv years' pro make their future home in Louis- there a few days in advance to means better times in every par- - Owens at Livingston who whoops Mat refused. Result, law suit. of cures prove tiia like to know just its Unrival;r jt ... iirt 4.1 i u.... n iA n ji.tua., irvnni inin "' ii.H,.ii n J"'" in Avujj.uuumiiuu wnm ii"i nnnrtctoriMrr uiaiJjjcDlCUlUX. J.11KU Ui.llUtimiUUn.Lnau HUUlga up.llliuujju ihiu uiguui; Don't kill rabbits between Sep- ed Tar piles, cornsmerit.cold sore?. uiunc nr ucocaisaijf are fWiJPlfl Vine. or posed pikes The. Baptist;.Siflllft on a farm that hi gives in to Well, he goes after 'em for sure.' tember 15th and November 15th, Only 25 cents at CImm. G. Davis the happ ' event aand- wish-- ; mants. ill we ask is a squwwpwpe I T - 'I rv --Mrs to-dav- ? CLOTHCRAFT CLOTHE Walk-Ove- r Shoes awd Stetson Hats The wedding that was announce ed a few weeks ago by Mrs. M. E.'Wihnottof her daughter Mattye Givens to Mr. Orville IX Sampson, of Rushvilie, Ind,, was at the. home of the bride Jlt jSc p. in; Wednesday, the Icw J. A . Sawyer official iug. The happy pair left on the u o'clock train for Rushvilie, Ind., where they will make their future homo. They of their nmnv have the best g f rien Is for a lopg ami hippy union. Miss Jcnfu'e Davis, of Mt. Vernon, , the guvst of Mrs. W. Mary F. Carler this wee:. Hughes, of Stanford., and James Lee. of Knoxville, Tenu , were tho' uests'of "M rs''Ej!rrkmsHickT last weelc. Miss Pattiu Perkins returned to her home in Mt. Ver noil, after spending several days with her grandmother Mrs-- S. A. Barnes. con-sumale- d iNebuchadnezztir, of old, when he, Insurance costs less. Panning costs le-with battering rams, tore clown Your property is always worth more. Does not verV litt1e r're th.in frame bniiding when the walls oi Babvlon. yet WINCricSTER GRANITE BRICK. Ak people held out for tbe right and at last sav their enemy eat grasp with tbe lowing herds on the gieen mountiiin top. Now. my fellow conntrymen, in time of war is when we need soldiers so rally up and join in this fight for the riirht. Chas. C. Davis. s. th'-se!Costs tie with our banner unfurled' fighting for the right. Though 'BUILD Your our enemy is as formidable as was It 1S not M apt lo burn. House of Stone or BRICK R CQSt Coolgr in &umm Warmer in winu-r- . depreciate in value, us tor prices. you build with the wi-dij-- s HEARD at the SWITCHBOARD and Over the Lines i.-- ...'... W3ftICHkSTER GRANITE BRIOK CO. . We s n let-Tedd- SUTTON THE II III to-day- ? to-da- STORE THAT I SATISFIES -- "" .,,. i, I blue-bloode- -- Inno-trouble- s , - J '- 4 -- - -- -- e to-da- cor-Saturd- ap t&H 3Rof . roi wre t ?m t '- 11 I'linnr-iMiiniin- mj-m.- i.. 11 . t. - - , l. ii?3i.i-- a .l jy 6 jsu? ft." H53l MT. VERNON SIGNALIr OBITUARY. s In memory of our deir mothey Friday, &ept. 6, 19 12 Flurry Jane Laswell, who departed this life, on August 10th. iai2 at She was the hour of' midnight. Published every Friday by born on May 28th 1843, and was EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. the daughter of Mary and Wallace Name Clark, who it is claimed was a decendent of George Rogeis Clark. vlildied Robins 1 17 $1.00 UBSCRIPTION ONE YKAR P. O be the last Lizzie Gentry She is supposed to 1630 member of the family, of several Bessie Hamlin "75 Advertising rates made known on brothers and sisters.- - She was 3allie Reynolds 1000 married on Dec. 29th 185s, to ifary Proctor r 2: r application 1225 David LasweJl, who liyed 5i years Etta Cable 1275 The Execution Board of the Rockcastle Association will meet after this marriage aad was ever a Minnie Hiatt IOOO with the Livingston Baptist Churrh, Livingston, Ky., to carry out devoted compauion thiougk all Clyde Watson IOOO MEMBER OF the following program. Meeting will be called to order by chairman years. "Uncle Dave and Dollie Johnson those 3137 KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION at 1:30 p.m. on aunt Flurry" as they were known Eva Albright II02 were ever ready to lend a hr lping Katie Price IOOO SATURDAY. 1912. hand to those in distress, or other Lela Albright 5079 1 Devotional exercises conducted hv Rev. T. C. Duke, wise, and we feel that the man Lena Albright 3338 Rev. Fortner. many kindnesses done by them Gertrude Martin 2 Roll call and report of churches. 6722 will dwell long in memories l Susie Cabel 1545 3 What is meant by alien immerticn': aud why do Baptists reject it? who kuew them. To this couple Mary Lea: I075 , Rev. A. J Pike, were bom thirteen children, eleven Reca Brooks In politics the malodorous trial 1565 Rev. I S. Goch. who are living yet, four sons and Bessie Shivel IOOO of the Standard Oil company is '.he Rev. T. C. Duke, seven daughters, one son (Oliver Rilda Chandler trial of the serpent. In the palmy 4 The scriptural method of dealing with IOOO church Preston") died at the age of 2r Katie Price days of its power, now happily IOOO members. Rev. Dan Phelps, Main Street years, on the day of his deah Ethel Payne Rev. C. K Cormicalj passing.it bought legislators like 1052 9 Rev. Jas. Barnes, another haviug died in infancy. Pearl Purcell cattle and had on its payrole rep 4765 Rev. Jas. Cummins, The living are Wallace Jery, Dr Annie Mae Sargent resentatives, senators and even 6 Sermon 1065 730 p.m. by Rev. L. S. Gooch. W. D. and Tack M. Laswell. Mrs. Mattie Owens judges. It ruled like an oligarch 11229 Will Adams (who reside at Jeaks Bertha Bustle ol the Middle Ages and in those SUNDAY. 1391 Okla.) Mrs. B. G. Mullins, Mrs. Roberta Brown cynical days itscorruptinginfluence 8:30 a.m. Singing and confereuce or pastors and laymen. 2430 I. A. Chasteen, Mrs. Willmer Blaneh Howell was taken as a matter of course. 2210 9:00 a m. Discussion: The bes,t way to meet heresy and win the Chestnut, Mrs. Geo. Evans, Mrs. Orlie the time came a few years ago Ponder But 1744 -- heretic to espouse the truth. Rev. Moberly, Henry Smith and Mrs. Effie Bal. Ada Ward when the brand of Strandatd Oil 1075 Rev. Samms, lard, all were with her when the Ella Harp was sufficient to send a public man 3988 Rev. Dan Phelps, end came. She had been in bed nine Rosa Brown into political oblivion as in the IOOO Rev. Geo Childress. case of Foraker, en" Ohio, andBaily, 10:30a.m. Sermon: "The Supper of Our Lord," by Rev. T. C. Duke. weeks with a complication of DoTtha Owens IOOO MAKE an earnest diseases which had been dragging Annie Cass of Texas, who goes into retirement 12:00 1175 m. Adjournment for dinner. effort to accomodate all her down for several years. She Mattie Adams this year. IOOO classes, Our aim i& to make in 1:30 p.m.- - Discussion : Selection and training of Sunday School had for many yeans been an active Emily Sutton The present controversy 6500 ' officers and teachers. The importance of their member of the baptist cnurch. which Senator Penrose and Col. Brodhead Graded School this iu every respect the 1339 efficiency. There are about foitv two grand Belle Kincer Lee Reynolds, Roosevelt are involved illustrates People's bank; a bank where 6380 Mrs. Georgia McClure, children and seveial great grand Birdie Johnson the change that has come over the 2987 all may feel at home a place Rev. C. K. Carmical, children, besides a host of other Florence Harris national conscience within the past 4080 Rev. A. J. Pike. where those of moderate means relatives and friends to mouru her Delora Boyd 2ojrears. Then the proof that a 7686 Rev. Samms. may expect the same treatdeath, which seemed to effect the Ollie Brock senator had financial dealings with 3:00 p.m. Singing, general talks, adjournment. 1025 whole community. ment as those more favorably After a short Bertha Brown the Standard Oil would have been IOOO All churches urged to send messengers and 1.00 to defray ' but impressive funeral service con- - Bessie Brown greeted with a general laugh of situated. IOOO expenses. ducted bv Rev. Billy Chasteen, she Myrtle Shumate Now it makes him indifference. 1 no f R. L. Smith, BANK WITH US was laid to fight for his very political existrest in the family Lena McCall 1075 Executive Board I. W. Hilton, ence. It is a healthful and en( S. B. McClure, hurrying ground, beside her bus-- ' Every new subscriber to the U. G. BAKER, President. band, who preceded her to the Signal gets 1000 votes and every S. B. McClure, Sec. and Treas. couraging sign of the times. J.P.E. DRUMMOND, Viee.-- P F.L.THOMPSONJr., Cashier. grave, one year and eight months , renewal 500 votes, The present controversy, precipi- R. L. Smith, Chairman. ago, all we can say to the griet . CLAUDE C. COX.Ass't. Cash tated by the split in the Republican party, makes very interesting stricken ones, is to seek that sal- reading for the independent voter vation, which leads to life eternal THE PEOPLES' BANK where we can meet with, all our L.&.N.R.R. WATCH INSPECTOR and throws a vivid light upon the ' loved ones to part no more There inner working of American Ky. Mt. Vernon, J is a world of comfort in this one thought and to her memory I can e New In his speeches from the stump find nothing more appropriate! this-fall- , will stick to the Powers than this little hymn. STiotj American Flag, and the grand old Years ago when but a child, singing" By JOHN B. M'fERRAN. Chairman Educational Committee. Things ' fathers of the republic. songs was mother's joy. Louisville Commercial Club arc too much mixed for him to When my rather dear would favor either Bill or Ted to be! leave us there so lone. placed as boss over the pie I can hear her voice so sweet, as I1L I counter; so he proposes to paddle she'd sing, "when shall we FRIEND of mine interested in schools happened in Boston Caleb's cause alone and let the fat meet. not long since and in going about investigating the city's mm and the. bear fight it out. Ky I can ne'er t'orpet my mother. The moose man is capable of raisschools, on reaching the lowest and poorest part of the city, though he's gone. ing a mighty duat which, Powers was surprised'to see going up a splendid, beautiful school (Chorus) will successfully dodge if he possi-bl- v building to cost $375,000. He said, COMPLETE LINE "Why on earth do you put such a My dear mother she was true can. llis feeling for Taft can't handsome and eostly building in this part of the city V The answer to her children and her home. Coffins, Caskets and Robes, be very warm as a mighty few was, "We want to make good, intelligent citizens out of these chil- She was ever teuder kind and Mail, Telegraph or Telecrumbs from the pie department dren, and wo think this one of the important ways of doing it." loved us all. has been allowed to come Caleb's phone orders Promptly I should like to know why we pursue the unbusinesslike, illogical I praise God for her sweet name. way. Filled. She was ever the same. and absolutely unfair method f offering three kinds of teachers' cerThere is now some prospect that tificates, especially now as the counties have the right to tax them- I can ne'er forget my mother though she's gone. the game laws recently enacted by selves up to 20 cents on $100 for general school purposes. ARE MA NiSTREET Father he was good and kind. Legislature will be enforced WE DELIBERATELY TRYING TO the MAKE THREE CLASSES Oft he MCKENZIE'S NEXT DOOR ToV JONAS told us we would find Lot and that dynamiting and seining OF CITIZENS THE INTERIOR, THE MODERATELY GOOD another that would share of the streams and the reckless AND THE BEST ? In a true democracy there is no use or room for our ills and woes. slaughter of birds and other game classes. 0ught not our efforts to be addressed to the one object of Twas her hand that presed my will cease. If such can he made making an average intelligent good citizenship ? brow, I can almost feel to be the case, it will not be a great Under proseot arrangements we are compelling the poorer sections them now. while bofore they will bean abundof our counties to employ third-clas- s can ne'er forget my mother teachers whose capacity will not I ance of fish and game in Kentucky though she's gone. and you will not haft to travel over suffer them to go above a wage of $30 to $40 per month, while the four counties in order to get a shot cities and towns and wealthier parts of the counties are paying $60 L. C. and W. D. L. or fisu all day without getting a to $75 per month. Of course this higher pay and better environment VOTE EOR bite. attract the best teachers, those holding the first class certificates. H- The Pp'f ressivesof the Eleventh Now, this is manifestly unfair and very unwise. THE BOYS AND GIRLS IN THE LES8 WEALTHY PORTION8 OF district 01 unized. J. C. Bird o Candidate from 11th Dsstrict Whitley county. was elected OUR COUNTIES ARE ALREADY SUFFICIENTLY HANDICAPPED BY chairman; Sherman Spears secre- THEIR POVERTY AND IGNORANCE. WHY, THEN, UNDER HEAVEN, on tary J. V. Rowlett, treasurer. ARE THEY FURTHER HANDICAPPED BY CHEAP, IMCOMPETENT TEACHERS? PROGRESSIVE PARTY Every county in district except two where you will There ought to be, as soon 41s the proper legislation can be had, were represented. only one certificate granted to all teachers andthat of the first class. of goods, which always find listed the Execution of the Colonel's an- If there are districts unable to pay in full for a first class teacher let THE MEN WHO vSUCCEED of profit Goods nounced plan to "smoke out the county board make up the difference out of the county fund, for jshetsof large interprises are are sold for fair euergv. Success, tomen of great Woodrow Willson" has been de- which it waa intended. THESE POORER DISTRICTS PAY THE" day demands 1 ealth lo ail is to ferred to give the Colonel a chance SAME RATE OF bought right and soldjlright are the kind of TAX SO FAR AS THEY HAVE TAXABLES, fail. It's utter tolly for a man to to stamp out the fire built under AS DO THE WEALTHIER SECTIONS, AND THEY SHOULD endure a weak, run down, half always pays to buy goods bim by "Mr. Penrose. alive conditionwhen Electric Bit HAVE A FAIR AND LLBERAL DEAL. tens will put him right on his feet Parcels post will be established This is not only generous and unselfish, but it is Christlike, and in short order. Motro has always been to give "Four bottles did Jan. 1st 1913. This is a beginning it is a wise business proposition to make good and intelligent citizens me more real good tbaa any othe of the cutting of the claims of the out of these less fortunates. I think when the people consider this medicine I ever took," writes Chas to our customers J the kvery best goods Svlvania, Ga. "After B. Allen, rapacious express companies. question deliberately they will see the, folly of present methods and vears of suffering with rheumatism possible for the money. It seems that the standard Oil demand a change and will get it. Therefore it would be wise forv liver troubles, stomach disorders, and deranged kidnes, I am again, people were supplying free axle teachers to prepare themselves to get first class certificates, and customers for the pat- thanks to Eiectric Bitters, sound grease for the Republican band think they have no time to lose because the change when started will, Trv them. Only 50 and well." and asking continuwagon, in the 1904 campaign. come quickly. The state has two normal schools and the university cents at Chas. C. Davis. rohage in the whose business it is to prepare teachers. Bees have been quite destrucWhen a man tells you he is I ance in the Not 25 per cent of the teachers of the state are taking advantage tive to the grape crop this season. thinking it over that means he has of these opportunities, and many of them will be left out when the ' Cull McClure got quite "woozy" decided not to do it ours very truly, change comes. I am hoping to see the day when our teachers will be from eating honey, made from CaDiarrhoea is always more or less better paid, but when that day dawns it will bring with it also an un- tawba grapes a few days since. prevailent during September. Be deniable demand for better prepared When the neighbors heard of it teachers. Vernon, Chamberlain's prepared for it. they overrun Cull with requests Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea and orders for some of, the same Remedy is, prompt and effectual. -kind of honey. One party waeted It can always be depended upon and is pleasant to take. For sale for al week's FOR FLETCHER'S ten paunds-enougFOR FLETCHER'S NOMINATION BLANK GOOD FOR 1,000 VOTES List of candidates now in the &m field at work for the piano given away by B. U. Anderson & &on. There should be oue hundred or more by next' week. The list is as follows: Name ofCoi.testant No. votes Lillie Hiatt 9054 Hattie Wihnott 4634 1 rrr l TTr-r- e. II BIRDSELL PLOWS r 0 am SEPTEMBER 29. SOLD BY Noc & Davis North non-attendin- g SEPTEMBER 30th. The People Bank AE i j Necessity For "Best" Teacher In Each School District Th Fran klin Watch iyc3$3& 3f$m$P3& Brodhead GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER H I jst $G$ao&Qc :ofec$3ca h&jc&x:9 jonas Mckenzie KEEP AN EYE ON THIS SPACE EACH WEEK, -- H. SEAVY TICKET For Congress bet a margain -- that it Our I' Thanking my past future, a am JONAS McKENZIE, Ky Mt Children Cry Children Cry h by Chas. C. Davis. OASTORi A C ASTORIA V Mte jag. feirgbgfoca s .ai nr Vi v- - m. &JLJBi fefc teft liitti nJtfr wt :w. toViw hmm k Clothes .fit If . 'Good rotids'benefifc evervbod ;.-well, look well and wear well. . State Fair ppeusat Louisville, : -- ''an "is Silk Sox at Fish's. Mt. Veknon, Ky., Sept. 6, 1912 on Monday Sept. gth; holding six Phoenix 7 Four pairs guaranteed three days. "No. 79" when mouths i w'ear PROBe progressive. v anltoCommunl - to SIGNAL with Services at the Presbyterian GRESSIVE Pants. Get the new morning and fall styles in the sizi you want at church, Sunday . evening. Fish's. Taken Up. A red bull calf, face The interest on 100,000 at4 per cen is 4000. The tax which the partly white, about 4 mouths old. W. A. Cox. Mt Vprnon, Ky. county will receive at 20 cents on Louisville A. Nashville R. R. Co. Sept. the hundred is $4500. "Whitiey county is going to vote TIME TABLE. A. J. Fish, New Fones. Rockcastle 4.46 p m restaurant No. 1, becond street. $300,000 for pikes. 22 aorta certainly fall in line with i& JL- JL "JLi-24 norm 3:53 a m J. G. Anderson residence, No. 35-- S. should her $ 100,000. '23 south 11:38 am Newcomb Avenue. 21 South 12:19 am We sMd we were going to have Don't sow any wheat this fall a hotel. Now we want . take it Jas. Landrum, Agent. until you see J. Fish for some old Phone No. 8. It back before it gets cold. It was reliable GLOBE Fertilizers. i pays to use the best and you kuow al' talk and no work at all. Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice the Globe. George Tohnsou has traded his mail matter. us second-clas- s IS coucrete storehouse and lot on Before 1S82 there was not a PERSONAL persons living in Rockcastle named East Main Street to U.G. Baker, to Llod (given name). There are the concrete store "building and lot Oscar Bryant is improving rapnow twenty. There were as yet a on West Main Street. idly. few Jims, Johns and Bills. It you think there are no !,Bull Louis Miller has entered school Neal Parrett has the contract Moose" in this country ask anj at Berea. and will begin work at once on man you meet and ou will.' see C. C. Williams was in McKee story brick store who is who, but no one knows how double two this week. building for M. J. Miller, on the things will be in November. Williams is with rela- lot where Miss Mat Mr. Miller's store Born to tlw wife of Mr. Rosco tives at Somerset. recently burned. Griffin, of St. Louis, nee Miss Curtis Gover of Crab Orchard, Why does Fish sell more Good Reiki Hyatt, a twelve pound boy is at point of death. Clothes than any other house in baby, on July 29, 1912, christened The baby of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. this community? Answer: Because Woodrow Nelson and a democrat. Cox, continues very sick. Fish's Guaranteed Clothe. have no J. Fisb is adding some new Walter Browning is here from equal. New fall styles now ready porches to his Newcomb Avenue Livingston to attend school. for you to put on. residence which, when completed, Grimes is at home Mrs. Margaret U. G. Baker has purchased of will make this one of the most from Lexington, for a lew days. the Miller heirs, the lot between homes in the community. Clinton Bastin of Lancaster, his store aid Mi. G S. Hiatt. Disputanta, Ky. was here a few days during the Mr. Baker is also having a concrete started selling Good Shoes, have been doing it every day since and September 2, 1912. week. walk run the length ol bis store we sell the best Dear Editor : as long as we sell shoes you may rest assured I am for the Mrs. C. H. Mullins visited rela- building, on spring street. bond issue. I am a teacher and shoes in our community and tives in the Hiatt section, last Be the first man in your com- always hire some one to make my week. munity to wear a new fall suit and time on the road. I have paid Buy Stand By S. C. Franklin and son Bernard, be sure it carries the FISH label. $30 in eight years flit t. && and the road were in Lexington, Saturday and They are fully guaranteed to be looks Mrd&-, just like it did. If we do yW r?. L J&'rj.mJ. r.VTa. JSOr-- tt Sunday. and to wear satisfactory, not get a pike in one neighborass, 5&BsiSes$s3&. bv J. Fish, Engineer John R. Carter was hood in my life time I would like-tMt. Veruou Lebanon Junction here from have it for my children. yesterday. When the people of Rockcastle Sherman Chasteen. Victor C. Tate and Grant realize that the entire county must ,. Sri J. M. Craig Says: the prosper together or fail together, are attending Mullins, I am for the bond issue because Barbourville Fair this week. then the people will unite their I think it is the proper way to H Mrs. Durham of Brodhead, has efforts and work tor results of a baild Turnpikes. In almost every been with her son Fred L. Durhrm general interest. A vote for the couuty where they have Turnpikes bond issue is a step in that and family during the week. and two sets of work harness nearFor Sale: A cottage house on ARE YOU GULITY Would you call a man a piker thev have been built bv voting ly new; and just before the cere-- ; West Mam Street. Miss Ida Mullins was here from Terms very Undoubtedly the people who wasn't favorable to turnpike? bonds. Few readers of the weekly news- mony.was pronounced Mendal & reasor able. I also have five shares Withers, Sunday and Monday, the Judge L. W. Bethurum and C. tavelled over the bad roads, long If for them would he be a pikist?: papers realize how encourging it Is Son's- wedding march was rendered of stock in the Bdnk ef Mt. Verguest of Miss Letha Mullins. C. Williams, pike pushers, have enough that they will give this Ringling's- shows passed through to an editor to now .and- - then see "by one millc'cow five vears old, one non, which I desire to sell. Frank Gregory is here from arranged to speak at twelve d'ffer-eii- t matter careful consideration, and herefrom Richmond to Lebanon some mark of appreciation from Jersey cow and ope sheep, who S- - H.Martw. Aug. 23-- 3L in points in the county for the by so doing they.-wil-l London, assisting C. certainly de- yesterday morning, It required Uhose whose names aTe mentioned carried" a bunch of brides roses bond issue; each vieing with the cide to vote for the bond issue. his cleaning and pressing shop. in the most complimentary terms, four trains to move it. in her hand, was very beautiful. Charley Helton and tamily, of other in making the best presenta either in the society, wedding or - Dick- Pennington, brakeman on She wore one light spring wagon, Alexandria. Va . have been with Hon of the subject to the votes. GOOD ROADS RESOLUTIONS K. C, los; a leg at Falmouth yes local columns of the paper. It is two crates of apples, three crates Good with The Signal always painful o relatives near Orlando for two For Sale: One house and lot terday nu ruing. He is a ' of potatoes, three racks of hay, one learn of sorrow in auy form, weeks. ot tour acres, located in the towu Adopted at Mass Convention grindstone of moisoline desole and Union School House Saturday t''D.. L. Carter at Langtord. when tl. death angel invades tin Mr. and Mrs. Cam Mullins aud ot Brodhead. Good house, good trimmed with about 100 bushels of style, more Uer- - home .You' Big Good Roads Meeting at Unour readers aud chills t family, have leturned Jrom a two well, barnand smoke house, coal citizens aud We, bridal couple left ':JlJ a "vrcetrfa.satfslaction in Bates Shoes with do h the form. of loved ones.. spuds.. The an extended trip. ion School House on Saturday, weeks visit with relatives at house and chicken house, will sell representing all ..Oft-Tfl.nRtffjBoGk.' l.iUll U1L nnv nlhpr nrnnri we send 10 our suusuriucia a. ,iuai . .. fnr Hen . .... September 21st. Plenty to cat, v...w. w. ua. at a bargain, if sold at once. Mullins Station county, in mass con ifdn'tioit.: .f , ., . ,, castle as everybody will bring baskets. at Fish's. Lr,.K-.ijueueu to tne aeceasea, auu ieet, iciuia oaoii 5o..S4".fHV$4 50 Mrs. ' Evans'. assembled: in the court 'house 'ijf Scott G. Miller, who has become Plenty of good speaking and plent-o- f even at best, that our sympathy BmdJifcad.Xy. Sept. 4t an expert Auto driver and now 'music by the different choirs and Prwcrv gc lOd has not' been expressed in language WlSSS! Cryholding a good position' at 'Verthe Mt. Vernon brass band. EverySun Brothers Circus'as in Ml. the purpose 01 considering .aiiclHminfr,st Aiso have two or throe FOR FLETCHER'S adequate to the occasion. body come. Union School House, sailles, was home Monday. Vernon Tuesday and a large crowd discussing lhe availability'of;"a good ho'ufes for rent. some friend expresses .. near Ottawa. Saturday, Sept. 21. ?'.. W. M. Bullock, Uncle Johnny Reams, who lives was present to witness the per bona1.issue tor the purpose of conof these efforts on the appreciation Hanslord, Ky. at Dudley and is probably the formances. Of course it is not structing and maintaining ma- Aug. . part of editors, aud if not outspoken , second oldest man in the county, ltke.Ringling Brothers, but it is cadamized roads in said county The Sun Brothers' show wnich let it be known by deed or action came to town Tuesday to see the a good clean show and is well by taxation, and after discussing1 exhibited here Tuesday last came that such words of praise or sym-- j worth the price. Some of the acts and deliberating circus. proposiup fully to the big advertisements, pathy have not tallen on deaf ears. Misses Georgia Miller and Lula are as good as will be seen, in any tion, adopt the following reso- being the first circus we have seen Yet, of all the tribulations that McCoy, have returned after spend- show, no matter how large. The lutions : for- - manv years that carries out all befall an editor the most cutting is I take this means of announcing to the 1. ing the spring and summer with performing elephants are the best to elaborate on events iu which its promises. qualii-ficatio- n we have ever seen any where. Thatweapprove, without relatives in Franklin, Montgomery they are most interested and in I have pubKc returned from the of Orlando, Mr. Clayton Gro-son- , or reservation, the propoNicholas county. and Monday evening was th annual a mail order house return send to city where I purchased a car load of high iSdgar Mullins has accepted a election of officers, Mt'. Vernon sition to construct macadam roads this county, is applying for U. S. orders for stationery, engraving and maintain- - them-b- y taxation patent for a new compost fertilizer. "and other work which can be pro position as traveling salesman for Chaptei No. 140, R.A.M. The grade which is- on H. Wedekud & Co., wholesale following officers were elected: and the issuingof interest bearing Mr. Cros?on has devised a process cured at the 'office irom which so bonds fo'ithat purpose; and we by which that he can recently originated a complimen- I grocers, Louisville, v covering this Rev. G. S. Watson, H.P ; P. H. exhibition in large ware room for in- -' apply twenty pounds of nitrogen, and four or fivn adjoining counties. Shutts, King;4V. C.Tate, Sciibe; denounce asr antiquated and tary notice, especially so when the the system of working twenty pounds of potash and eighty same class of spection I am-showin-g s the mostup-to-datea- nd Lena, Grace, and Judith A. 13. Furnish, Treas.; S. C. Frank. work could be se- roads by the'malitia andj(le61are pounds of phosphoric a.cid"'.to a'n : Secretary; W. C. Johnson, C. of H.; :; Marmburg, Miss of McCall cured t even lower .figures than . , best line of furniture ever brought the' "system'", if it' mav ' be acre 01, grouna at a, cost or one ask byi foreign firms. This recalls! Minnie Hiatt and B. R. Wilmott, J. A. Landrum, P. S.; Louis so termed, impracticable ""and dollar, aud be'is asking the governto mind how often ia.lile all- - of us of Brodhead, spent Sunday with Reams, R. A. C ; John Parson, to town Bed room suits, Davenports, ment to protect him in themanufac-ture- , valueless. ' J V-- ; lack Laswell, M. 2V; Miss get fangs instead of thanks-fror- u Whitehead at M 5 Louana "11 use andsale of his invention. Couches Dining tables, Center tables, W. U McCoy, M. 1 V.; Jim Rick-les- , "Whitehaven" those we want to befriend. Lifted pledge our time, our energy We Sentinel. Mitchell Norton who was inTeachens' Association from Danville Advocate. Chairs, Rockers Wardrobes, Safes, in fact and enthusiasm, with a sacred-nes- s jured while riding a mule in ft rarte Meet at Union Some few are against the pikes. b,ocn of ajtrue and patriotic When the Signal was two years .everything in the furniture line, needed to at the Brodhead iair is improving Listen to some of the reasons: spjrit, for tjie promotion and that was in the year" 1889, SamT rapidly. He is now at his father's High taxation. Prpgram of Meeting of Teacheri Associa- The taxes cap furtherance 'of- issue; "furnish and beautify your home McClure was its valued corres tlpn pf Education Division No. 2 to home near Wabd, rhaving been never be more than 20 cents on the contending earnestly for the obpondent at a postoffice down on be Held at jUnion, Saturday. moved from Brodhead, Sunday. 106 apd nO poll. Another says ject and purpose, knowing' that Remember wehave Carpets, September 21st. Skaggs Creek, named Culpepper these roads are ior a select few, and our country's interest will be best Cull" and signed his"articles-"01and Rugs; a large and well selected assortfor that reason are against it. served wlien" such'a pi' rp'os'e culLOCAL Devotion D. R. Gentry. He had a big wed'ding to write up, These r,oads will be built from minates in also a, large sale to report ,.for a ment It takes a smart man to look Livingston to Lincoln county and completion. victory. fulfillment and Welcome W. E. Dillingham Poy.nter. . certain issue of the paper. After Ideal Schools Hattie wise when he isn't. ' -. from Madison to Pulaski and if the this space each week for prices in. Miss imbibing somewhat .of the apple Value of attendance "Tess-Tedd- " School Shoes for people want it the Fiscal Court We agree that we will go hence Adams. juice, probablv cider, or . some will interest you will so designate the route in ad-- . intpthe byways and herigesthat boys and girls at FisVsJ Improvement of scliool grounds other "peartnin" he wrote as vance. Some are against it, thru we will work in season and out of Mis McWhorter. John Lair and James Griffin, selfishness and- - some are against season, on committees, off of Economic value q birds Prof. William Smith, the only son of rere the only boys who submitted because they do not understaud and in any and all capaci T. H. Lichen's. Mr. and Mrs. Josiah Smith and papers to county school superin- and appreciate what "roads will ties; until the'polls afe' closed on .Recitation Laura Isaacs. Mrs. Lucy Anderson were diposed Kincer' in competition for tendent mean to the county. Give us good the evenings of October 26. mi'2 Louis-viUValue of reading Mrs. Sailoiv of. at public auction at my farm, a free trip to State Fair, at roads and we will have a better j when tne result of such' effort Agriculture in the rural schools onemile,east in the presence' of . county and without a bond issue the bond issue will have carried Mr. Prank Teuton seventy-fiv- e guests, including two County Clerk, B, .F. Bowman there is no possible way of build- - overwhelmingly and this county Debated Resolved: That women mules. and 13 head of .cattle Rev. inquiries from ing roads. Xtiere never has been ; will' have taken an advance step should have ' sufferage has received Jackson tied the .nuptial nob for Chicago, St Louis, Cincinnati and any roads built any other way and 'in a substantial way to progress elections. Affirmatives, J.M.Craig,-Gu- y the parties, average 1,225 pounds other cities, in regard to sale of never will be:- -' It is nonsense to and prosperity. RobertsD. R..Gentr; nega- on the hoot. The beautiful "home Rockcastle pike honds. There talk road building, any other way j C C, Davis, Chairman tive, Eugene. Mc Williams, S.E. of the bride' was decorated with To-cLay- -, wild be no trouble sell tbem. except by a i?cn,d issue. James Maret, Secretary." Chandler, WiE Dillingham. ... ,. one sulky rake,' one feed grinder $7 ..;-- . 0 -- . XW-.T VFish's.-Guaianteed.1 MT. VERNON SIGNAL 9;:.' 79 6-- 6-- L. QUALITY WHAT YOU GET WHEN YOU BUY BATES & STAR BRAND le JUST about this time the whole family heeds Shoes and we are the people to see for good Shoes for mother, sister, father and the boys YEARS AGO We that SHOE "We What You -- all-wo- ol &r o , '-i- .v - - - RoadsMeeting son-in-la- w ':' gef',-jnor- e :I vl I T1 , 1 I 5-- conntnffiSix -- OHildre'h" Oc-asiona- lly J- 3o-3t- 1 on-th- e- ANNOUNCEMENT that just -- he-clai- semi-barbar- ic FURNITURE my now Mi-'Se- 1 1 fctie"-bon- 'd Mattings d -- Watch They A r cpm-mittee- S. L Cockrell e. a-- s -- LIVINGSTON, KY. Subscribe for the Signal n i r -- -- a i ... v- - vfrs- "msm3 -- rrvk.v I-" ... -- ' .i-i- i NO ONE STROKfcifc'.Kt. l opinion hru The celebrated Dr. Abernethy o! London was firmly of the the stomach were tl.c most proline- source of human admits rcj.r.rt. at the writer says: "every fceU,?, emotion and (throng the syMem of nerves) and that the stomach is . on onLh." Ja, "id 0 body. For weak stomachs and Che consequent 3nd.gest.0n of he the therefrom, no n..J the multitude of various diseases which result or agent that can be better suited ss a curat-vmedicine dison-derso- rnnlfet hjm4oM,ii SS:h STlSSS0) " dipeS toow tSJSSgk n, "& WILSON'S SPEECH HIGHLY PRAISED Press and" V t - WILSON STANDS ON HIS RECOR Josepiius Daniels Invites Close Study of Wriiings. SUNDER f LABOR AND THE RULE OF RIGHT. DC u Di: Pierce's Golden jVlctfca uiscovery. Public Men Join In $?,Ji32gmV Z RVtti - .7" "ffinrr Kxs. Mlt::m: "Several months cjrol s.iucrcil from a severe pain r'ght under the. Lreastrbono," writes Mils. G. M. Murki:.V, of Coroiia, Caiir. "I ad jsnftVml from it, off and on, for sotheart-burdid not know d vcArV I also suffered from 1 tried medicines wfeitwas'tho matter with me. my , thev dU me no good. Finally, I. was told It washen- W 1 did not dare to eat as it made me worse 'ver I sustluwwl anyllilnn it seemed that I would faint- -it W as jiiirk.". 1 rrew very thin and weak fromV. not eatiiiR. I took kmwm-v- . ,.,.i., M,4Hi of IL and could fee; uVyif Vtiln, bolU frou fa't Tonlav I am strong and well and ran do a In , c navo v's work with oas. Can cat ovorytliini; ami write jmi. '). to ..' h woiorfuily. 1 will say to.alUuiIiarera Chorus of Approval. f :vral DISCREET, ABLE, SAFE, SANE. "Will Impress the Country Favorably," Declares William Jennings Bryan. Says "Admirable Pronouncement," Champ Clark "Appeals Strongly to Every Legitimate Business Interest," Declares John W. Kern. An Admirable Speech, lion. William J. Bryan. "Governor Wilson's speech of acceptance Is admirable. It is original in its treatment 1 am of the issues of the campaign. uie the address will impress the coun try favorably." K K l ,,.,.. The working people of Americaif they must be distinguished from the mluority tbut X the rest of It are. of Z course, the. backbone of the nation. No law that safeguards their life, that improves the physical and moral conditions under 1 which they live, that makes heir hours of labor rational and tolerable, that gives them freedom T to act In their own interest and that protects them where they tSSE , I II mT I - 11 U I It i con-sUtut- es IS! l jm IT JhLEi RKSG WON'T WIN NOW. .4 : - t i jbPfiuiqg ALCOHOL 3 PKIt w b ffB 5S dl ir J"11 " IUMJ Tor Infants and Children. u Wi flg'JSj "fcfiC The Kind You Have Always Bought fi'..i AXcgcfaWeftrparalranrMils-similaiinAiiicFouiIandltoul- .1 i 1 lorro. iits ui my uuujfiu fej.-.-- immj TAKES 1 cannot protect themselves can properly be regarded as class legislation or as anything but as a measure taken In the interest of the whole people, whose partnership In right action we are trying to establish and make real and practical. It is in this spirit that we shall act If we are genuine spokesmen of the whole country. From Woodrow WilDemM-j Chairman of Democratic Publioity Bureau Points Out Errors of Campaigns of Previous Years and Finds a Good Moral Roosevelt Also Write Books and Made Bitter Attacks on Various Men and Classes. New York. .losephus Daniels, chair man of the publicity committee of the aid Democratic national committee. today: "Eight years ago during the presidential campaign of 100-- I came to New York. and. being a member of the Democratic national committee. 1 drop-- I ped In at the headquarters of the com mittee. I found the literary bureau of the committee very actively engaged In peruslug the volumes of Theodore Roosevelt. When I saw on every desk The Winning of the West.' 'The Lire of Thomas II. Benton' and a half dozen others of the works of the then Republican nominee for president 1 won dered whether or not 1 had got Into the right place. "I was Immediately set aright, however, when I was informed that the llterury young men were engaged In culling from those books some of the many denunciations and hitter criti clsms and attacks mado by Theodore Roosevelt upon public men und measures and his aspersions upon great representative bodies of our people, such 'us worklngmen and fanners. "I found them preparing to send forth broadcast all over the land such excerpts from the writing of Theodore 1 iPe. 7a V&1 Sf- -i oct: teiSBSp Promotes Diiesfcnkcrful-nessandResLContalnsnciiiicr OpiimuMorpIunc nor Mineral. 1 lingllteSio.'mdBardBowlscr Bears the Signature fjtf In I, "Hit' NOT NARCOTIC. m EeafeofOUlkSMZLrnam Ifopkci jlTBtStttl Jiaitnnhf-BitarioztfiSds m. t&m son's Speech Accepting the 4. ocratic Nomination. I! smSBm All Phone JU-S Our line of Couch Caskets is unexcelled Coiiinsfiiniislied Hearse sent to all j)arts of the Couuty ETaiid-made J orders by Wire Promptly Filled 1 W. A. COX,! MT. VERNON, KY ' . ei: .... Yesterday To-morro- w TO-DAY w to-da- Tc-da- y Appeals Strongly to Every Legitimats Business Interest. John W. Kern. Senator From Indiana. "Governor Wilson's speech of acceptance Is a masterpiece, setting forth with great clearness his conception of the work to be accomplished by tho Democratic party under his leadership. It is in complete harmony with the progressive sentiment of the country, but also appeals strongly to every legitimate business interest." Will Take High Rank. Champ Clark. Speaker of the House of Representatives. "Considered from a literary standpoint. Governor Wilson's speech of acceptance will take high rank In the political output of the year. It will make pleasant reading und therefore will prove a fetching campaign document. He discusses the Issues of the day philosophically, clearly and forcibly. Its courteous tone will allay opposition and win him friends. It Is an admirable pronounce- tlon of the real issues upon which the campaign will be fought this fall. 1 think that it is bound to strengthen Governor Wilson among the thinking people of the country." Will Ring Through the Country. Governor George W. Donaghey, Arkansas. "It was a great speech. It will ring through the country. It Is just what he should have said. The people have never felt more confident of success since the first nomination of Grover Clevelund." Iowa For Wilson. Judge Martin J. Wade. Iowa. "For the first time since the state was admitted to the Union Iowa will this year give Its electoral vote to tho Democratic nominee for president" Jeffersonian to the Core. John A. Dlx, Governor of New York. "Governor Wilson's speech of acceptance is marked with broad vision and clear thought, expressed in language every American can understand. As a business man and manufacturer. I am especially pleased with his positive and statesmanlike position on the paramount issue of tariff reform .and his demand for au tomedi-nt- e downward revision. In sincerity, precise statement and comprehensive grasp of great principles and their application of the fundamental needs of the country the speech is Jeffersonian to the core. It contains no appeal to passion and excites no prejudice Governor Wilson has presented to his party and to the nation clear conception of the truth that the real struggle In the pending campaign I the concentrated jiowers of privilege and the aspiration of the American people to realize in their imvern-men- t and their economic industrial and socinl relations the full measure of the principles of freedom, justice and progress, upon which the repnblh' To ill the Issues and was founded every iintloiml need fJovenmr Wilson applies the 'rule ot riL'lit and eouimou idvnntiige.' The lefornix he advocates ire farreaehing. hut thev are necessary. souikI and practical. The speech will awaken and stir the national conscience and iead .to a triumph that w.ill restore to the people the control of their irovernment and Inaugurate a new and happier epoch In the life and development "f the republic." he-twe- taiw- 'anlktSUa tail We, Aperfect Remedy for Consflp Worras.Convulsions.Fe't-eiisli- tinn. Sour Stoimch.Dlarrta nessandLossOFSLEEP. Facsimile Signature Use cf s52J JrcltiV, vF r.Ml For Over s3tf I lUS CENTAUH COMPAXr, NEW YORK. hfrty Years Stench', USSIm BBinSfHrlAySS' rtinrlnlncl undoi'lllC roouuti ft IS 3E JSISrjif Vbiuita "nM in.lU'fMii'" Exact Copy of Wrapper. l"y ":'" V &HU L$Bl! Ml R i a THC CCNTAUH COMPANY. NIW YORK CtTT. EKXa Jtoosevelt as: ment" YKSTERDAY ih hut a dream, only a virion, hut well lived makes every yeoterdav a dream of happiness and every a vision uf hope. Therefore not yesterday nor briny: your account to to-da- Battle Hymn of Democracy. y THE BATK OF AIT. VERNON Then our hope is that all your moneys will hring you happiness, and prosp.'ritv. and all your recollections of yesterday will liiiii;.' you rre.it siitisfaeticn and all your dealing: 'ami relations with this U:mk will bring you rreal prosperity. Senator Gore of Oklahoma. "The closing sentence of bis speech will become the battle hymn of Democracy In the pending campaign: 'I thank God and take courage.' It la at once a paean of praise and is a summons of patriotic duty." Discreet, Able, Safe and Sane. John E. Lamb. From Indiana. "Speech is discreet, uble. safe and sane. Governor Wilson believes in the efficacy of the scalpel rather thnn the big stick. His dissec2J tion of trust and tariff evils is unique and convincing. His suggestions of reform in methods of government and reduction of tariff schedules will meet with approval of legitimate business and the laboring masses as welK" Points the Way For Justice. Hoke Smith, Senator From Georgia. "I am delighted with Governor Wilson's speech of acceptance. It is a " 'Cowboys are much better fellows and pleasanter companions than small farmers or agricultural laborers, nor are the mechanics and workmen of a great' city to be mentioned in the same breath. " 'Mr. Brynn and his adherents have appealed to the basest set In the land the farmers. " 'They (workingmen who object to government by injunction) are not in sympathy with men of good minds and sound civic morality.' Hits Quakers Too. "They quoted from what he said about the Quakers, that those who would uot 'fight were traitors to their giniHIIiniinminmiliminnW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I g g Ax. VEMDN CASKET CD. I PRACTICAL UNDERTAKERS FUNERAL DIKI'CTORS, AND 3 E H THE BANK OF MT. VERNON! WIT.VERNON, KENTUCKY C C. WrLTJMS. K3I1SAU1KKS Mt. Vernon, Ky. g EE; lVe,ident. W. L. RICHARDS. Cashier wi yum i WITHERS Mrs. E Mullins who has bpen &B?sljt 1 jtV. and invalid, for two years .shows The little improvement. hut good nuns still continue to conif , and the drouth, or scarcity ot Over U. U. Baker's Store. water Ins been felt, but very little in this )irt, this summer. Miss Crown and Bridge Work a specialty. All work guaranteed. Ida Kobe has returned from Cincinnati, and is with her sister Mrs W. Joe .Hampton. Miss Lill.e Mullins has been on the sick list, ihe past woeU--, Estill .Mullins also has been I on the sick list for a few days. Mt Vernon, Ky' There was a party of young folks of this place, went to the Salt Peter Home and office in the late residence The crowd was Dr. Myers formerly occupied on Old cave Saturday. Main St.,J Mt. Vernon. Messrs Victor Price, Bob, Emtnett and Otto Mullins and Emmett C.C. Andeison, Misses Katie Price ATTORNFY-AT-LAVictoria and Dora. Sallie and Ida MT. VERNON. KY. Mullins and Pearl Anderson. toolc lunch with them and They IOFFICE. On 2nd. floor o had a very enjoyable dav. Mr. The Bank ol'Mt. Vernon, on Church of Beroa. was witn the street. Special attention given Johm-omerchants of this place, last week. to collections. Phone No. 80. Green Carpenter of Datigo. was in this part Monday. John Freuch and family will return to their home in Oklahoma, soon. John Seem to be in a hurry to leave his UNDERTAKER and EMRALMER Fred Mullins has! old. Ky. home t"en on the sicl' list, but is some what improved. .vlis. John is ry sii-k- . J. FT. and F. Mulhi contemplate going . into the : p'jltG business soon. Miss Amanda Allen of Robinet. is Aja1y ivtTvw Vly mI visiting her sister, Mrs. Tommy Durham this week. Mrs. C. E. Mullins and Mrs. Thos, Anderson were the guest of Sarah A. Mullins Sunday. J. M. Roberts has put Thos. him up a black smith shoo Daupherty of the Big Hill section was in this part Monday. Miss Lula Philpot of Livingston, h?s been visiting her cousins Misses Amanda and Allice Martin the p.'i;t week. . J. P. GRSEfV intist T. FRANCIS, Dentist superb statement of the present purpose of the Democracy and points the way for justice to all through real progress by law under the constitution. With his election assured, it should give confidence to honest business and new courage to those who need a square deal.'' Lays His Soul Bare. John F. Fitzgerald. Mayor of Boston. "Governor Wilson's acceptance Is characteristic of the man. He lays his soul bare to the people and asks them to join with him. irrespective of party, in righting present wrongs without undue clamor or Injury to legitimate Interests. He lays emphasis on constructive thinking, and I believe this epitomizes one of the nation's greatest needs at the present time. It will be President Wilson overwhelmingly in November." Progressive, but Not Wild. Thomas Mott Osborne. Auburn. N. Y. "Governor Wilson's speech fits the occasion and the man progressive, but not wild: sane, strong and unmistakably Democratic. It makes an inspiring opening of the campaign, indicating clearly and nobly the spirit in which the leaders of our regenerated Democratic party must work; not one of mere 'partisan make believe, but of honesty and justice toward all men." Prophetic of Success. Governor William EL Mann of Virginia."! think It was an udmlrable speech. It was wise, conservative, comprehensive, prophetic not only of Democratic success, but of Democratic supremacy for years to come." Rings True In Every Sentence. Governor Frederick W. Plaisted of Muine. "It Is a splendid presentation of the Issues for the American people. It rings true in every sentence and in every word. It represents the spirit of the Democracy of today. It is the address of a statesman." An Admirable Presentation. Goverpor Eugene Foss. Massachusetts. "It was an admirable preseuta- - country. --3"They said that when the farmers Sr: Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of and workmen and the Quakers came to work for the company. know what Theodore Roosevelt had 5: written about them they would rise up CrOrders by wire promptly tilled. Hearse sent to all points ? with wrath and indignation and bury Theodore Roosevelt beneath an avaMano er lanche They said that Roosevelt would uot answer that exposure of Office Mt. Vernon Monumental Buikliiis' PHONE lit! 3 his views, and. of course, he never did. I agreed with them that It was the miuiiiiiuiuiiiuiuuiimuiuiiiiuiuuiiuimmmuuiiuim proper thing to do to herald these utterances through the country. "As to whether or not that sort of campaigning had any effect the result of the campaign eight years ago speaks s. OUCH METAL! CCASKETS Coffins and Robes. g . & GEORGE OWENS, -- Williariis,- C.McCLARY Hal-com- b 7f Stanford., Kv Worthy Leader of Progressive Americans. Louis D Brnndeis. Boston. "Governor WiKon's speech ot acceptance utterance of a twentieth centur statesman With keen perception he recognizes the evils from which tin people are xufferiug and the dangei With which threaten our welfare hroad vision he points the way b. which those evils may be removed and He proves the dangers averted alike of business and ot social needs and that he is a Democrat in fact as well as in name, and hi I'rogressivr courage Is undoubted. Americans have in him a worthy lead er." Equable and Moderate. Wilson's New York speech of acceptance has good luck as well as merit. It conies Just in time to contrast sharply with the In terminable bedlamite runt of Th. Den tatus Africa nus Kerox. And. if with out contempt of campus It may lie said, though written by a college presl dent very recently retired. It Is in the English language, not anaemic and seldom with suspicion of prlggshnes or donnishness, though It has an air a certain academic distinction of Its own. What will please everylwdy who has a living to make Is Governor Wil son's equable and moderate tone. Gov ernor Wilson Is for repair, not for de Sun.-"Governor structlon." Partnership of the People. New York Times. "It is applicable. The dominant thought, the very soul of his discourse. Is the common Inter est of nil the people, their partnership In our activities and our prosperity. The partnership Idea comes from his mind not as u sublimated political theory, but as a practical, immediate rem edy." Straight to the Heart. Wil New York son's speech of acceptance Is the ablest, clearest sanest statement of high pub lie purpose this country has known in a generation. Without passion, with out Invective, without abuse, without partisan bitterness, without denunciation, without egotism, without demagogy, he has driven straight to the heart of the supreme issue of American Institutions the partnership between government and privilege." World.-"Woodr- ow for itself. "The Republican party is attempting to do today the same sort of thing that the Democrats tried in 1D0S. The Democrats Mr. They were eight years ahead of him in this sort of thing. It didn't work with us then. an.d it will uot work with them now. Stands on His Record. "The attempt to attack Governor Wilson because of certain statements which he made in writing history and In commenting upon events of history as they appeared to him as historian will fall signally. As one great metropolitan newspaper pointed out. Mr. Ro donberg and his kind are simply 'Blowing against the wind.' Governor Wilson is running for president on his record as a public man. and with that word the public Is fairly well conversant, and it will continue to learn more as the campaign progresses. "He is running for president on his record as governor of New Jersey whnt he said and did In that capacity rather than what he wrote as a historian, chronicling events and commenting upon them as they appeared to an Impartial observer whose duty It is to Write of things as they are rather than as they should be or as he would have them. "Our Republican brethren are entitled to all the thunder they can make out of Governor Wilson's writings. 1 hope they will read them carefully and thoroughly. They will be able to guln a great deal of valuable information, and when the context is read along with the excerpts which have been . taken from his works for the purpose of placing him in a false light I have no fear as to the results. All that Is needed Is a thorough understanding. "Ingersoll sought to disprove Bible truths and to assail Holy Writ,by the same methods which the Republicans are seeking to assail Governor Wilson." My Doctor Said began to feel better. 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