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NUMBER 50 PIKE ROCKCASTLE. I i A meeting unprecendented in jdUfci Aft TbtVmmQakOM . warmth and enthusiasm was heid fcfluHMtti'lvl Monday afternoon by advocates of the bond issue for turnpike budding. On the call of chairraau C. C. Davis for expression on the subject the responses were many,' warm aud to the poiut. One b.g hit was made when oue of the .speakers bald 'This is oue great euterpri.se aud undertaking in which, thank goodness, politico cms no figure Our county has !K r diopped polities until the bond ryjjv on Saiuidij, ltbUe is put over For singles trap or field fust toss in a shell, press the button and "PULL." The side bolt JaaaB aaB Oct. 26th. Iu the meaiiume MtifUf makes it easy. You don't have to tug at the barrel or watch an Teddy, Woodrow and Bill will device. The action stays open alter each singlt shot is fired. It always stays open when the magazine is empty. have to paddle their own canoes Five shots three to get the cripples each under absolute conwhile our people are putting in trol of the trigger finger. The recoil reloads for you kicks another shell in; takes the strain off the gun the discomfort out motion aud carrying thru the of the kick all without diminishing the drive behind the shot. greatest undertaking and more n Simple a few turns of the readily handled magazine screw-ca- p makes cleaning, carrying and inter greater value to interest and change of barrels quick and easy. Rockcastle than any proposition Send for a motion picture booklet telling how the ever launched within her borders kick is used how a friction device found only on tomsMT the Remington- - UMC Autoloading Shotgun takes duting our history not even exJ tne pumsnment out of heavy loads. &Gzstfm Gm&np cepting the raihoad." Every oue Write REMINGTON ARMS - UNION mip at the meeting were enthused auu METALLIC CARTRIDGE CO. wssC a good number made speeches or New York City 299 Broadway 7 v the stiort talks encouraging It takrs a good sho to girdle the globe ! proposition. Among them weie William Adams, Squire Armstroug The people of all civilized nations have come to know such a John J. Martin, Win. H. Linville, shoe by name the Walk-Over- . House of Stone or G. S. Griffin, W. A. McKinuey It is not so apt to burn. Cooler in summer. Ripa:r, cost le.--. "Walk-Ove- r are worn the world over more than seventeen H. C. Gentry, Dr. A. G. Lovell, Insurance costs less. Painting costs less. Warmer in winter. thousand pairs are bought daily by the wise folks of tne" earth 1 Dees not depreciate in value. C. Your property is always worth more E. R. Gentry, Col. Al Beutly, very little more than frame building when ou build with the O. Davis, A. B. Furnish, Hugh Costs shoes have years the makers of Walk-Ove- r For thirty-eigh- t WINCHESTER GRANITE BRICK. Ask us for prices. Miller, C. C. Williams aud many established the styve for the shoe world. Walk Over stores others whose names we lailed to are the fihst to show the newest original patterns, with a full get. Miss Rose McCord spoke and widths. run of sizes tioui an educational standpoint standard prices. Other makes For all feet. $3.50, $4 and-$5- , snowing an intimate connection down to $3 anJ up. bitweeu good roads and good bChools. It was brought out that You ought to be almost ready for your fall shoes. Drop in and see the newest styles. To those of some of our main highways ate today or you who have never been here the same cordial invitation is sj not in as good condition today as they were 25 years ago; worked We will be glad to show extended. Come get acquainted. by militia and from 12000 to you around. 15000 per year in add ion to "I the labor is applied to road purposes yel many of the mam times, are at thorough fates almost during the winter months impassable. It is to overcome CO. such conditions that this pike or Works et Manufacturers of Driek, Sand and Llm DUDLEY, KY. bojd issue is being now agitated. WINCHESTER. KY. was also shown that no poll tax It will be added and the only taxation that can be legally levied on the $100 valuation of taxable property. The man owning no like this: that you can turn Pide property pays none of the. ta. quarters in Danville, was at home LIV1NGSTON. BRODHEAD. and Lill out and they can bruise besidts the militia duty of s the first of the week. Mr. and over the hills and eat peavine on days o it of the year which now i Mrs. A. E. Albright, Mr. and Shade Thomas, who has been the mountainside and come home Mrs. J. J. Painter and R. L. him, will be done away John E. Evans, traveling Smith, are attending the Sunday-schoo- l at ' Crab Orchard for the past when they get ready. Those are worries with after the pikes are built. salesman for Colgate & Co., of convention at Poplar Grove twelve months, has moved back our sentiments and we don't give The biggest portion, or nearly all New York City, was at home Sat- this week. E. L. Tharp and to Long Branch. Edgar Mullins, a rap whether they please or not. the money for which these bonds ' urday and Sunday. Jesse Fish, daughter, Miss Elizaheth, attend- - 'who is traveling for a grocery Miss Georgie Amyx left Tues- are sold will he spent for labor of Mt. Vernon, was in town Sun- - nr tVio ctnfo fni-n in T rmicvillp VinncQiiri Tsmlctnlln wno lti nnr day for Mt. Vernon where she and material along the proposed uqu in ji D.l-kuy.-Bcnu- iin. if.n Mrs. T. J. pikes. Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. city Monday. J. H. Olliyer left wil euter school. Rowland a few days last week Hiatt, Mr. and Mrs. R. L.Smith Monday for Knoxviile to buy his Penmngtoa lett Saturday tor a Additional chairmen were apWiliie Yadon was down from Liv- fow day's visit with her parents pointed to assist in some of the and Mr. and Mrs Sam Maharg. fall and winter stock of goods. . ingston. wiummy ana ou, -,. Dock Jones, who sold his farm in Oklahoma. T. M. Dees and precincts. spenfc Sunday in Cincinnati. lurts. ftiorris irruutui ia miuicio Owen Cass was up from Stanford to Gabe Marshall some time ?go W. M. Poynter have returned from tlves near Quail this week. Wal between trains Sunday. A M. for $225 , has purchased the same Covington where they went as An organization of precinct All pretter Robins was in Mt. Vernon,' Hiatt, W. H. Anderson, James farm again for $200. Altho Dock delegates to the state council of chairmen was effected. "D .3 cincts have their chairman who D 1V t f aunu.-w- i.. xvuuCJu xwwuu T eand j0im Robins attended had not given possession of the the Jr. 0. M. A M. Ben Hel-lar- will organize and bold meetings f Maywood, was the guest of her Mason.c odge of McKee, is visiting his in every school house in the Crab 0rchardi farm yet the lesson cost him parents, Mr. and Mrs J W. Mond AttorneyC eni $35. Dr. W. T. Amyx has pur- parents. Mr. and Mrs. S. E Hel-lar- d co unty at various times. These Painter.-WilHR B Sams has secured a precinct chairmen will meet at Bethurum Dr. chased a fine mare from a party Judge 0iWuuUU,uHB,pn.uu..A G Lovll. Will Fish, C. C at London which cost him $225. position as brakeman at Paris, court house Mt. Vernon on every l. folks this week. bllSH Uina Davis, E. S. Albright and T. J. S. C. Franklin the watch car Ky , and will move his family 1st. and 3rd. Monday at ij p, m. The above is a spleudid likeness since which time he has been attending Niceley, of Maretburg, is were in town Monday penter of "Mt. Vernon, was in our there in the future. Alvin Rey until the election is pyer on Satur- of Judge Ben V. Smith, Somerset practicing law in Somerset. scfaool here and is with her sister Mr. Smith was for years Chairevening boosting the bond issue. midst Sunday. If you want to nolds and Clyde Clancy have Kentucky, the Democratic nominee Mr, J. J. Albright. Miss Min- - Mr. and Mrs. J. Hf Likins, of get. a fight out of Sidney ask him positions at Paris as locomotive day October;, aftth to compare for Congress in the Eleventh Con- man of the Democratic Committee nie Gentry spent Sunday in Mt Caneyville, are the guest of their if he ever buys any doughnuts at Jirenien Miss Annie Walton left notes and devise means for of Pulaski county and also was prosecuting the good gressional disttict. Mr. Smith is Vernon the guest of her brother, son, Prof. T. H. Likins, this week. Livingston. The fairs and shows for Barbourville, Sunday, where making an active campaign and State Central Committeeman from work. Miss Attorney E. R Gentry. Shropshire the air ship are all over and now we will have she .will inter college. Karl Rice he is confident that he will be the Eleventh district. James Hazel Reynolds is attending 1 man, left for Middles boro. Wed- - to turn our attention to the cam- has returned to Williamsburg to Notice: There will be a Good elected. The conditions in the He was a delegate to the Demo-Crat- ic Brown Memorial school in Mt. jnesday, where he is to sail among paign which will furnish gossip enter school there. N H. Oliver Roads speaking in connection vvith Eleventh Congressional district at National convention in "Vernon. Chas. S. Lyons and'fam-i- y the clouds the 25th, 26th and a 189.6, voted "lor Bryan and has 27th. until Nov. 5th. Altho it is a fore- has returned from the teachers meeting at Boiling this time, makes his election look spent a few days at their home Mr. Shropshire ha4 to cancel a gone conclusion that Wilson will visit with relatives in North CaroSpring school house on clear almost certain, and the hardest been one or his close followers an Junction City last week. They contract with a fair association at be elected we oelieve that well pleased with his creek next Saturday Sept. 14, fight ever waged in the District ever since. In 1897 he made a Taft lina. He.is reside- - temporarily four miles Ashland, Kansas, for two flights, and Teddy (the republican's trip and the kindness shown him Atty. C. C. will be made for Judge Smith race lor County Judge of Pulaski i91a at T o'clock. west of tare, where Mr. Lyons is! for which he was to receive Moses) both &ee defeat staring while there. J. M. Four, Jake Williams and Judge Bethurum and the Democratic ticket. and lacked only 297 votes of working a large boundary of tim- iS1.200. Thomas Mayfield re inem in tne iace. cut wnat is Pike and Wade Graves are attend-ir- will endeavor to explain the Road Ben. V, Smith is a pioneer winning, whereas McKinley had ber. W. A. Tyree, who has been turned to his home in Black weil. worrying us democrats is dividing a Holy Roller meeting at Issue that is before us today lets among the Democrats in the received the year before a main Louisville for a few days, is at Okla , after spending a few days up the spoils after Nov. 5th, as to Graves Station. Ky. Arthur Rice, every body go and give these Eleventh district. He is 53 years jority of 2,000 votes in the same Mrs. R. H. with relatives here. He was achome ithis week, the yictor belongs the spoils. So of Paris, was here Saturday and men a good hearing on this old and is a native, of Pulaski precincts. He made the race in Hamm is with her sister, Mrs. companied home by John Payne, my dear friends the eneniy, J guuclay with homg folks. There great cause coui.t3'. He attended the com- 1900 for Congress, and polled the Maggie- - Davis, in Nicholasville, a son of Robert Payne of this mean the republicans, dont worry; will be four new residences built C. Davis. mon schools at Somerset and largest vote th,U a Democrat ever Chas. this week. She will visit rela- place. Ray Colburn, of Caney- you will have nothing to do but in this town in the near future, as Chairman. later tui National Normal Uni- got in the Eleventh district up to tives in Lexington before return- ville, is with his uncle, T. H. step down and out. We demo- each of the following gentlemen versity at Lebanon, Ohio, and that time. Ho was an alternate ing home. Brack Durham was Likins, this week. Mr. and Mrs crats are good hearted folks and will erect one; L- H. Davis, C. H. from the State at large to the MANY DRIVEN FROM. HOME Transylvan a University in Lextup from Crab Orchard, Tuesday. J. W. Moore and daughter, Miss our sympathy will go out to you Rloi, G. D. Cook aud E. L Cock-evelington, Kentucky, and secured Democratic National Convention Every year, in many parts o Mies Elizabeth Gentry, of the Edith, Mr. and NMrs. J. W. Tate all, The last thing on program to the wife of Hugh Born is the A. B. M. A., LL. B. degrees. at Baltimore and was a Wilson CA .Spiro section, has entered school and daughter, Miss Miranda, a stock law which is being dis- Stewart, on the Mifa, a tine girl. the country, thousands are driven was for several years Prest supporter Irom the start. by coughs and at Mt.lfemon. Miss Etta Cable Cashier A. M. Hiatt, and Dr. W. cussed a great deal in the neck of Mother and babe both doing well. from their homesFriends and busi- He of a private college in Toxas Adv. dent diseases. left Moiay for Richmond, where F. Carter are attending the state the woods. Well, they put us in Miss Carrie Farley Is visiting lungsare left behind for other cliness she will enter the utate normal. fair this week. the eleventh district against our relatives at Middlesborough this mates, but this iscostly and not A better way the . J. Prd, the Danville piano man Notice: To every chairman of Diarrhoea is always saore or ks will and now they want to shoulder week. Mrs. John Jackson, of always sure. way of multitudes is to use Dr. the Good Road a move in the preyailent during September. Miss WHAT WE NEVER FORGET off Be was in Jtowc Tuesday. a stock law on us. We guess Farriston, is visiting Mrs. J. H. King's New Discovero and cure prepared for k. Chambeitahi, Frncis, left Wednesday according to science, are the thinks the seventeen-yea- r re.Jewel countv, you are especially Browning Pope has moved locust will Stay home. visit in Wil' associated with our early home life, next. Talk about a stock law be into one of John W. Bowman's yourself at friends, and lakeright quested and urged to meet in Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea rfor a three-week'- s this Remedy is prompt and effectuaL H. there, "with in a iiamsburg, Ky., LaPolIette and such as Bucklen's Arnica Salve, country where the hills are so houses, and Mr. J. N. Tyree, of same medicine. Tb'rot and lunr courthouse Monday Sept. 16th. It can always be depended upon Mrs. G. F. that mother or grandmother used steep Keoxville; Tenn. is pleasant to take. relief and: For sale that you have to plant your Woodbine, has moved into the troubles find quick in coughs, health 1912. There is some very im- and Chas. to cure our burns, boils, scalds, Ver-tnocolds, portant business to transact. So by ts help returns C. Davis. children, of Mt. Sttonand eruptions, sores, skin cuts, corn by shooting it into the Eight Gables hotel. L. G. Faljn Ejrip, croup, whoopidg cough and are witn her parents, Mr. spraines or bruises. Forty years ground with a double-barre- l shot was in Louisville, Tuesday. a posauve please hear in mind the date, sore lungs maxe Men from out in the couatry let :and Mire. J. M. Owens this week. of cures prove its merit ' Unnval- - gun. We will tell you the kind John Mullins was in Mt. Vernon, blessing. 50c and it$1.00. Trial Sept. 16 1912. us hear from you why you are fox special agent lor ed for piles, corns or cold sores, of a I Chas. C Davis, stock law wc want and one Tuesday. U. C. Howell was with bottle Iree. Guaranteed by Chas. this good'xt4 move. ttbe Q. '&JP,JlCQ.,:witk,headr Only 25 cents at Chas. C. Davis. C. Davis. Chairman, (Continued on 2nd page.) that will meet with the approval MOST MEN COME TO THIS STORE FOR THEIR FALL SHOES IT'S A FAC mLuM'M.' SriSZdX29Z -- -. IflBB WW 2?SU7rWmi on-and-- !.. :Emsu. SH0TCDN MV'vVP take-dow- r&r (iMr' 'mminc smmm m to-da- y. UILD Your BRICK 11 Sutton & McBee WINCHESTER GRANITE BRICK THE ST ORE THAT SATISFIES -- i I .- ! I fmml- - W 4" "- -. d, a j BEN V. SMITH Mc-Cal- suc-cessfu- ly -- ten-day- 's g - l. - n, E.'-Walh- i PEINT SHOWS THROUGH i M Mt.lnil Tf MTfT 'TSp&ZXXZ .students work: WliB v .. WfriTT?ii jrpsxc... . isssarfs.afo 1 Skill ncciuiieb in the use ot the HI: ess of her gran daughte', l.i-- l in, . 11, he8 ii MT. VERNON SIGNAL the scissors and paper. All 01 lit'le Annie Quinn Uncle Geo. field at work for the piano given Tub pupils tiptoed into1 the these things sire not given Pope is very low at this wrbing away b' B. C. Anderson & Son. Friday, tept. 13 1912 every and merely for intertainment but with and not expected toiive long chapel morning There should be one hundred slipped Into their seats while she : purpose tho at times, one can Dr. W. T. Amyx and little, s m or more by next week. The list stood rigidly on the platform with .'cnrcrly discern any at all. It is Cliffoi-- were in Corbin Friday is as follows: Published every Ft iday by the book of Proverbs before her. till for the development of the Little John D. Pope has typhoid Name of Contestant No. EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. See always read from the Proverbs child. To make him unselfish and ieur uui is guiung aioug niceiy uilie limit We hear a great deal said of late Mattie Wilmott the passages that praised wisdom. helpful to the group, to teach kim extolled diligence and denounced to think truly so that he will concerning the bond issue and Mildred Robins $I.OO DESCRIPTION ONE YEAR fools. The bravest boy or girl in .speak truthfully, to make him almost every seems to be for it. if Lizzie Gentry pointed .sympathetic, ml foraet.ful and it starts on one side of the coun Bessie Hamlin school trembled when she Advertising rates made known on an accusiuji finger. But under all always selt re'iant. He is taught ty and goes to the other. al1i.. T?o.n-.1.1OHIIIV J.VV. y iiwiw submission smoldered absolute obedience ic order that he this craven application Marv Proctor her injustice, may grow up to be a law abiding AN APPEAL TO THE LABOR Etta Cable indignation at ING MAN. threatening an upheaval that might citizen. ' Minnie Hiatt There comes a cry for better In the kindergarten a love for wreck the really marvelous re Clyde Watson ; r."v MEMBER OF good music is fostered, he learns roads from every school district in Dollie Tohnson sults she had accomplished. KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION One morning she closed the to appreciate the value of the the county, so what shall we do Eva Albright Shall we Katie STRjj, book of Proveibs and turned to beauti'ul and what is of great im- is the greit qudstiou. Price the lesson portance, wishes to do things in continue to leave our work and Lela Albright the school to impress upon our already tired by some personal example of a thorough workmanship manner. Lena Albright With these influences during snoulders the burden ot the pick Gertrude Martin failure. Mag5 This time she chose little Ivan the tcuder years of childhood we and shovel and o forth to work Susie Cabel see that life 13 bix long days on the road, when Mary Leai Hitchcock, whose duty it was to can readily arid en- often times we need our daily Reca Brooks Gov. Wilson, in advising the sweep the chapel. Ivan had not necessarly broadened earning to stop the cry of butter Bessie Shivel people to study politics, does not put in appearance that morning. riched at the start. from a sick child lefc behind with popular sense, He may be sick," Miss Hardin Rilda Chandler mean politics in its LEYKL GHEEN. a patient mother? Is it just and Katie Price as a mere ignoble struggle for repeated, in her smooth, sarcastic Street right for such a man wnen he plunder, not tones. "Does that excuse him? Ethel Payne spoils .and public absolutely owns not a hoof of The meeting that was being controversial, office seeking politics If you have a duty to perform, it Pearl Purcell stock, nor a shelter for himself Annie for selfish ambition; but is your business to perform it, conducted at Poplar Grove by A. Mae Sargent pursued family to have U and little Mattie Owens politics in the noble sense that it whether you are sick or well. If J. Pike closed last Sunday with Dr. G B. perform such tasks, wheu on the Bertha Bustle lias had since Aristotle: as the you can't you should certainly several additions. other hond it often times happens Roberta Brown science which considers the rela- send some one to explain your Lawrence and Edd Brown were in Somerset Monday. Miss Kate the man of wealth is sitting on Blaneh Howell of man to man in society, absence. tion I "Carry this into your business DeBord is very sick with pneu- his lounge ol ease watching us Orlie Ponder the best forms of goverment for poor laborers as we go by to serve Ada Ward securing peace and equal justice, life. Suppose some man, the monia. Miss Dahlia Bailey spent our time as it is often called by ' administration station agent for a railroad, were Saturday and Sunday with her Ella Harp and the method A the men on the roads, and says to Rosa which will bring the greatest good to shut up the te'egraph office mother at Plato. Brown Mrs. Sumner McQueary of Mo., himself poor fellow he has a hard Dortha Owens and not go back nor send any to the greatest number. A7E MAKE an earnest Would spent two weeks with her father, time of it. I am sometimes glad Annie Cass word the next morning. I am too old to work it, but a proposition the company retain him in their H. P. Broyles. O. H. DeBord effort to accomodate all There was never Mattie Adams and Hobert Brown visited relatives listen 011 never get too old nor Emily Sutton put forth that was worthy of employ? Of course not. classes. Our aim is to make support but there were found some "Walter" Miss Hardin pointed and friends at Mullins Station last too wealthy to pay your tax so Brodhead Graded School this in every respect the who opposed it. In this turnpike to a boy who rose, frightened and week. Edd Lathim who has why, oh why, ray fellow laborers Belle Kincer Pkople's bank; a bank where movement, which is the greatest embarrassed did you ever hear been confined to his room with don't you see this like I do and Birdie Johnson all may feel at home a place undertaking: for the benefit of of a railroad taking such a man malaria, for three weeks seems to ive wJl put the burden on the Florence Harris where those of moderate means Rockcastle that has ever beeu put back?" be improving slowly. Mrs. Jane shoulders of the men lint aie DiMora Bovd often both financially and amply forward, tire found some supposed French was the guest of Mrs W. 'Wo, Miss Hardin." may expect the same treatOUie Brnck ible to bear it in short make the night-M- rs. intelligent people Who ought to be She turned to the other side of F. DeBord last Saturday ment as those more favorably Pertha Brown Lou Poynter, of Leroy, spent man pay for the roads who has Bessie Brown to know better than to lend their the room. situated. throwing aid in destroying and Sunday and Monday with her the mouey, another thiug did you Myrtle Shumate "Leta May, did you?" ever stop and consider how much away one of our; greatest opporLeta May, who had only seen daughter, Mrs, H. H. Isaacs. "ZZ BANK WITH US - ona McCall .. . tunities for adding vast improve- one telegraph operator in her life, T J. Brown and W. T. Todd were u costs us 10 put in our times n TJ. G. BAKER, President. Everv new subscriber the roads? If I don't work it my sTOVAT. Offt.tS TOOil Vnl.H titirl to- pri' ments and conveniences to our assured her that she uever had. up from Somerset last week. . . -- -- .... J.P.E. DRLWIMOND, Viee.-- P ...- j ..if .. . n ... county. This undertaking is going Prof. James Ping was vei'y sick a sci: 11 win cusr me $11.50 per aay re- - wnl 5C0 votes. "Mike" and big eighteen-yea- r F.L.THOMHSON.Jr., Cashier. in be pushed to a successful old Mike rose at the back ot the few days last week. Mrs. J. N. or 9 tor six days work which CLAUDE C. COX.Ass't. Cash regardless of any and all room and held on to the seat for Brown spent Sunday with her would be enough to pay my tax L.&N.R.R. WATCH INSPECTOR Now lellow opposition. support "did you ever hear of daughter, Mrs. D. R. Gentry and ftr several ears. New laborers look into the matter and THE PEOPLES' BANK a railroad taking a man back who attended church at Providence. J. E Pennypacker, executive was not at his post of duty on The wedding of Miss Sarah Hasty see if I am not right, suppose our Mt. Verxox, j J Ky. secretary of the American Road time or did not send any word?" and Mr. Sam McWUIiams was schools of today were kept up by Congress, estimates that if 20 per the militia as we'-ca-ll it woulden't es Mike solemlzedat the home of "No, Miss Hardin." cent, of the public highways of the they oe in a prttty fix if we Cummins, the officiating gulped and sat down. country were improved not less worked at that like some do on Then she looked straight at clergyman, they went from there than $200,000,000 would be saved Chester Landou; a straight, cleir-face- to their home near Bee Lick hero ids. The man that has the ;:ccpq3cc$; y$&c$3C&$px in the cost of hauling the crops ot dark-eye- d reside Miss wealth is the man that pays the boy, the brightest where they will 19I2 gentlest, most chivalrous boy in Mary Mae Lathim entered Brown tax which keeps up the schools Memorial school at Mt. Vernon, md why don't the same rule apply The Courier Journal says school. to our roads as school and roads "Chester Landon, did such a last Wednesday. possibly the equator has melted 1 go hand and hand, and again I Miss Ora Poynter is visiting her slid northward as thing ever come under your its rivets and sister, Audry, at Mrs, J. N. have been told by the sheriff thtt observation?' ' far as Kentucky. Rail Road Company and the Ky Chester stood, as pale as death, Browns'.- - Mrs. Eslill Price and .he farnchLe to will pay something located? his lips working. little son, Clyde, spent a few days Where is Armageddon Beyond the Jordon or at the head last week with her sister, Mrs. C. like half of all the taxes of the (Continued next issue.) Now lets be smart T. Riddle, at Walnut Grove. Mr. county. of Salt river navigation? COMPLETE LINE enough to vote Oct. 26 t9i2 to and Mrs. Charlie Thompson, of GOOD ROADS REPORTS. Coffins, Caskets and Eobes, The immense locomotive Clearance spent Saturday and loosen our fetters and put the wheel, traveling a mile a minute,driving CZAR of thz CUMBERLANDS Mail, Telegraph or TeleWell we continue to get words Sunday with relatives in this part. burden on the shoulders that are 403,361 revolutions in 24 hours.makes The By MISS GRACE SISSON delicate balance wheel of a wateh of encouragement from all parts phone orders Promptly There is a great deal of sickness able to bear it without a groan. makes 432,000 in the same time. The of the county in relation to the in this community, it keeps both Yours for pikes, locomotive wheel is oiled and cared for Filled. (Prom People's Home Journal.) beveral times during 24 hours. Should Good Roads move and men from Drs. Lawrence and Isaacs busy. W. F. Cress, not your watch receive attention at least Hansford, Ky. once a year ! The wonderful precision A story founded right in Mt, out of the county who claim dear .s easily affected Let us examine it. Vernon and will be interesting old Rockcastle as tneir home. LIVINGSTON. MARETBURG. (Cantinued from 1st page.) MAIN STREET readine to those who remember Judge R. G. Williams, of CovingNISXT TO JONAS DOOR MCKENZIE'S Mt Vernon ton, Ky., Judge Burgess Bewell the school days of Mr Edgar Griffin and son, Rex, home folks at Brodhead, Wedat the time Miss Sisson was a th, rum, of Somerset, Kv., both nesday. Marshal Pennington of Corbin, stopped off here for a jcGvTtocy.xspecgeacag C$DCi send their best wishes for the teacher in our schools. They are on their arrested three men here Monday few days. No doubt at fiist Miss Hardin great move that is being made by night and Cam Mullins took them way home from Fort Worth. found it necessary to rule with a the progressive people of Rock- to Mt. Vernon, Tuesday morning. Texa, St. Louis and other points, When she took castle and say they are for it We did not learn what was against rod ot iron. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Hunt ol The telecharge of the school in the Cumber-laud- s both soul and body. Owensboro, have returned home them, but will say they can beat it had fallen into chaos or phone line running into the band running. Mrs. Dollie after a pleasant visit here. Miss are kept busy wanting to It took rather pandemonium. Cook, of Richmond, is visiting Grace McCall returned to Brodsudden . -- d heroic measures to get information ou the great her sister, Mrs. Edgar White head after a two weeks vacation. untaimed mountain question of working the roads by Miss Bessie Daugherty of the bring thr-sr-i Mrs. Lottie Means and sister, youths ri. to a state of discipline. taxation, everybody seems to want Big Hill section, is visiting Mrs. Mertie Cummins, of Witchata, Miss Hardin brought the charge to know whether if the resolution W. H. Mahaffey. Mrs. MatBal Kans., are with relatives here. wrought it by pure force of will. passes they will have to continue lard, of Mt. Vernon, is visiting Miss Ray Hunt left today to In less than a week every pupil working the roads by the militia Mrs. Geo. D. Cook. Born to the enter school at Brown Memorial, V walked lightly on .tiptoes, trembled we say NO mostinfatically. The wife, of Dr. W. H. Joyner, a fine Mt. "Vernon. Miss Lena McCall WE-EK- , at a piercing look from her Gyes, resolution denounces the idea of girl on the 8th. Mother and babe left last Saturday for Brodhead where you will and jumped at her word of com making the rouds by the malitia. both doing well. A.C. Carpentur to enter school, always find listed the best of goods, which mand THE PURPOSE OF THE Mr. John Hunt has been very to attend the Baf tist left y But even then there must have KINDERGARTEN. association near Brodhead, G. sick for the past week but is im of profit Goods are sold for a fair been some attractive power in Brown Ethel proving. Miss In speaking of Kindergarten we W. Martjn, the Miss Hardin, some force besides often think of it only as a place brakemun, when not on his runs visited homefolks last week. and soldjright are the kind of bought discipline and tear; for the school where the little child spends a few Is riding through town behind a Champ Mullins, of Oscawanta, is increased steadily from twenty hours playing and lose sight ol 125. Shetland pony. Attorney visiting his grandfather, Mr. Nelae always pays to buy goods pupils to two hundred. J. W. Brown, of Mt. Vernon, was Griffin. Marion Hamlin, of Mt, the real value and" purpose. But power, like ambition, feeds The early years of childhood at the dispatcher's office Monday. Vernon, has been visiting his Motro has always been to give upon itself and is likely to come ought to be so spent that they will Guess he got the passwoid as we father, Mr. A. H- - Hamlin this to grief. Miss Hardin had grown kprove of value to him as he grows kept him there once before until jveek. Mrs. Bettie Whitehead to our customers sthe very best goods o ri?idlv tyrannical long- after older and this the kindergarten he missed his train. Mrs R. J. and daughter, Miss Louana, spent - C3 " possible for the money. such iron rule was necessary, tlrt endeavors to help him dc. In the Lemonds and little daughter, Sunday with her sister, Mrs. J. J, both in the school and the nearby child lie all the elements which if Elizabeth, have returned from a McCall. Little Vearlie Hamlin customers for the pattown she was called the Czar of we interpret and Feed properly visit with relatives at Louisville. who has been sick for some time the Cumberlands. will some day be developed and Messrs. J. P. E. Drummonds, s slowly improving, Mr, T, M. and asking a continuthe ronage A tireless worker herself, she will be of service to him J. B. Donally the Irish operator, Marshbank has been on the sick 'drove her pupils and teachers The love of play is the are spending their vacatiou in list for the past week. I ance in the She was scathing in predominate interest of the child Chicago, 111. Mrs. David Rambo mercilesslv. For Saxe: One house and lot the denunciation of failure, and his play is his work, just as, a and children are visiting relatives very truly She allowed no man's business is his work, so it is at Maywood and Stanford. Mrs. of four acres, located in the town seldom excuse, and ".tolerated no whining upon this that the kindergarten Ji H. Browning has returned of Brodhead. Good house, good . wellbarn and smoke house, coal A soldier worthy of Napoleon a builds. from a visit te relatives at Mt. ' Vernon ; chicken house, will sell woman of wonderful ability ' Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cox, bouse and . Because of his love to play no Vernon. if sold at once. But her love of power carried coercion is needed to bring the after a weeks visit with relatives at a bargain, Mrs. L.'k. Evans. ber too far. A sense of injustice child to kindergarten. He is at Lily, Ky , has returned home. 4t Brodhead, Ky. Sept began to rankl in her pimMs facinated by the games, blocks, the Mrs. J. B. Hayes was 'called to jjflfbtdfc tartipr; Her scorn for sand table, and is charmed by the Paris, Sunday, on the account of If you buy it at Fish's its good. an very! iailure often burned the bV&t He null-date- s had dotle iu'e - 2ffi2 iiisiia! WlIIl d BIRDSELL I WAGONS - ae OLD BY Main OE NOE North I i P The eop e Bank con-Hubi- on The Franklin Wafcrti.Slwp Re-Jam- d, GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER Brodhead 3G$D$0I ??&C3t& bead-quarte- rs JONAS MCKENZIE K AN' EYE ON THIS SPACE EACH to-da- good-nature- d margain right that it Our - mi -- Thanking my past in future Yours am JONAS McKENZE, Ky Mt 5-- 1 PRINT SHOWS THROUGH J 'Zsmm&r' Wfc f ftfaMMUuufi4M - &2U Miss Willie -- f.'; CMHWllMantfe)taMI iwwwi gwgwi wmawngB uj mt iwcaawmpww"ywgTwqg3WH'.'iwMaMcoBMwgiMMpngreWM f ,.tVi WMMWWaMBBWWIII - r"" . IUjIH ZZ. JmmmmXm.tiffiM MT. VERNON SIGNAL Mt. Veunon.Ky., Sept. 13, 1912 q :. .x i te No. 79" when w nnltoComraunl. with SIGNAL 79 fcfmsr Louisville & Nashville R.R.Co. TIME TABLE. 22 24 23 21 ucrtn north south South 4.46 p m 3:53 a m 11:38 12:19 am am Jas. Landrum, Agent. Phone No. 8. Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice mail matter. as second-clas- s PERSONAL Little Edward Cox is better. George Taylor, of near Buckeye is seriously ill. Mrs. W. H. Cox is numbered among the sick. Dr. Childress was here from Wednesday. Miss Grace Cox has been away sick for the past week. Ance Boreing is here from Cincinnati visiting relatives. C. A. Furgeson was in Paris and Lexington this week. Oscar Bryant who has been down with typhoid is improving. Roy Beazley took some stock over to Stanford Monday. Richard Ward was here from Cincinnati "Wednesday and Thursday. Dr and Mrs. D. B. Southard are rejoicing over the arrival of a fine boy. Mrs. B. P. Eberhart was i'h Crab Orchard and London first of the week. Mr. aud Mrs. 0- - F. Wallin and children were in Cedar Creek first .of the week. Cam Mullins special agent L. & T, was with home folks Sunday and Monday. Mrs. J, W. Rider and sons, Lewis, Wilburn and Julia attended the State Fair. We are under obligations to G. E. Painter, the sorguai maker tor some fine elder. Mrs. Sarah Weber is here from Ckrtianooga visiting the lamily of Hus-tonvill- e, Francis is with Quarter sizes in Arrow Collars relatives and .riends at Monticello. at Fjsh's. MibS Claudia Dodson, ihe popuBeelstake is now 20 cts a pound lar music teacher of the Brown at thfc place. Memorial, arrived Tuesday. Local views and all kinds of Post Mrs. Georgia Ann Franklin has Cards at Fish's. returned from a visit to her! New fall shoes for ladies are on nephews. Green and Alex Igo's display at Fish's today. ol near Richmond. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Millerare Bates shoes is the new fall style in Louisville this week, to a tend in all leathers for men at Fish's. the wedding of their sister. Mae On tae face of the great clock of I. Miller, and taking in the State time there is but one word ow-Work Fair. for bond issue. Dick Pennington, brakeraan, of near Wildie, who lost a leg by a Most of the leading Republican Falmouth last week is newspapers have abondoned the train at getting along fairly well at Cov- hopeofTaft's election. ington hospital. D. D. Sutton and Arch Furnish Lloyd Maret, who has been have ben trying the mud baths telegraphing at Livingston for past over in Hoisier tate, for the past three weeks stop off at home, a week. part of Wednesday on his way to Ccit and Lebanou. Wanted: Six or seven gocd John W. Mullins, expert tele- miners. Also have two or tbrf e graph operator, was heie from good houses for rent. W. M. Bullock, Living;on Tuesday. He has the Aug. so-3Hansford Ky. pass uord to dispatchers office , so has Franklin and Judge Brown. GOOD ROADS. J. E Shoop was up frcra DanLet every man that has his ville last Friday consulting wi h Town Board in reference to sale county welfare at heart consider of franchise for an electiic light himself a commiltee to be a great plant for our town. An ordinance standard bearer for this warfare ot good roads. And has been ordering the sale of a in every conceivable way to franchise or permit to be sold on Tuesday September 17th in front make the people understand why it is better .or them to work the of courthouse door at 1. p, m. roads by taxation. -Nt. en-dev- IHHHHHHHHW1 Yesterday You may have made up your mind to buy a new suit for Fall and Winter wear I U-Uc- IY You may think ' Now, where will I get that suit and what kind will I get' Don't let those things cause you the least bit of worry. Simply come in Tomorrow And let us show you the snappiest line of er LOCAL R. A. Welsh and family have moved into their handsome new residence on West Main. Joseph B. Noe has purchased the interest of his father, T. N. Noe, in their store on West Main street. Material is being placed on the ' Ug ground for the double storehouse The Good Road people in West to be erected for M. J: Miller on Rockcastle extended e pressing u THE East Main. Oy What; invitation to our people to attend Send us your J. W. Miller started up his a good roads meeting and picuic big power cider mill and press at Union School House on Saturyesterday for making vinegar. day Sept. 21. The Teachers He has contracted for 350 whisky Association of the 2nd Educational . Tifcr- WWVW3&J irjtiSXft'iZ-- ySyVartWgF-''-- ak--- . weFz'&t5 wv's&VJenzz&j&k barrels to put the product into. . Express will also have a meeting J j.. T For Fall Are Here District T vr : L I y X. : 45?fc1 ef'Tg Let every body keep in mind at Union on the same date and &&y&" Jm THE STYLES 5rr',;3h 100 Miles on Orders of rsw- - fk$sb5& li!. the Good Roads meeting at Union have an excellent program of ARE RIGHT LVteiivet mok's xASSSft The invitation was School House Saturday Sept, 21, exercises. K MT. VERNON There will be several accepted by C. C. Davis, county THE HOME OF GOOD CLOTHES 1912. the Mt. Vernon Brass chairman and pike bond issue speakers, Band and a big day for every enthusiast, who promisedTto bring d Miss Eila Carson is hone The wo. Id piefers an along a good number of fine body. After old Cull had used his ive countries and has been found free booster to a pins cross cut saw in cutting up his to be the only method by which matron, Miss Francos Forbes rs. and boosters with a brass W. A. McKinuey was added to speakers band. There surely will be skinflint. pumpkins to a size small enough roads can be successfully con- office secretary and teacher of list of chairmen in Walnut Grove; writing. structed aud maintained. something doing at Union on J. J. Hysinger, West Mt. Vernon, A New York woman makes her to load into a wagon he loaned the designate our D. Lewis. During the summer the im- ?rd. That we jJudeS. day. Keep the date in mind and J. J. Martin, Scaffold Cane that husband sleep in the chicken-hous- tool to Uncle Tink Mullins to use selves The Auxiliary to the Good provetnents about the bnilding Mrs. J. B. McKenzie is spending and be on hand, as that is the time in cutting up his big corn stalks were added to the list of chairmen. Talk about when the campaign for pikes and a. few weeks with relatives in into c rdwood leugths for us. : Roads Association, and pledge our and grounds have been pushed The workjs being systematized hearty in an en- - until everything is in good order, Eurngide and Somerset. and literature, hand bills, etc will better times for old Rockcastle The Mt. Vernon band which firing Kruegers lime kilrn. deavor to bring about this change1 Hot and cold water are now in all will be opgt) wit;) a vim and James Thompson and John M . soon be issued giving all uecr-ssarused to make splendid' music and are willing to use all means parts of the dormitory and also in Att C. C. Williams says: Cress were here from Garrard information on tHis most im- vigor. In the mean time post somedme ago before yisbinding yourself aud talk from now on Yes, I am for the Bond Issue within our power that this result the laundry. the latter part of last week, was reorgan iz ed for the purpose portant subject. bond issue and pikes. It is my may be acheived. Jonah Bryant is home from of furnishing music and aiding at worlds without end. QUAIL. In pursuance to the above resoTommy, the six year old son of " is the best Morgan Ky., where he ha? been It was through burgling care the various speakings etc in the candid judgment that it can ever lutions and after the election of. Cy Chaney, living near Maretburg telegraphing for a few months. canvass for voters in pushing the aud only way our county Protracted services have been was attack by hogs last Sunday lessness of the secretary of the have srood roads. Good roads are the President and Secretary afare Misses Ina McCoy and Jennie State Fair that Rockcastle county bond issue. in progress for ten days at it was agreed tnar. steps oe afternoon and was gashed in 32 of industry, thrift the was deprived of the privilege of Morrow Miller arrived Wednesday places taken to extend the Auxiliary so Providence Church of Christ and body that required about bis They bring the Judge J. W. Alcorn says of the and success. sending a boy representative to to enter Brown. Memorial School. stitching by a doctor. He was and w..-.- c,.a1 Vmnco ... nTmrrli Hn.Pt tn'asto iudude all of the ladies iu will probably continue for another bond issue for Rockcastle: VJ. Mrs. Fanny Hauks went to literally covered with blood wjep the exhibition with expenses paid and looking to this week. The meeting is being conRockcastle should carry the our door. They bring the market the county, son, bo tlje State. This privilege was Louisville to take her Jittle a, committee consisting of ducted by the Rev. W. G. Robcarried into the house. Ho stood by a to our hand. They will pay in a and, Robert, to place ilim in the blind the the sewing without any anes- accorded every ot,her county in Bond Issue for pikes Mra. erts, of Kemp Illinois. He is a W. L. Richards, financial way, and surely, they will Mrs. the Sta:e. No credentials having unanimous vote. Nothing will do school. S. D. Lewis and Mrs. Annie fluent speaker with a marked thetic, better than most would, more to build up the county and bring pleasure to those who travel Dyche and little only asking the doctor to rest now arrived up till Wednesday, the Mrs. R. W. E. MiUer was appointed and personality and although the Secretary yas palled qver lqng pall fourth the hidden resources of over them. .daughter, Mina Bess, aie here and then. The child, we ate glad delegated with the power to attendance has been the largest in distance telephone on the subject. your people. The man wljo votes guests of Mrs to say, will recover. A number of the ladies of Mt. select two ladies from each voting the history of the church and the (Itpm London, the He claimed to have mailed the against it, votes against his own Vernon met. Tuesday evening at .. B. Mullins. precinct to organize the ladies in weather intensely warm perfect By some oversight or burgling papers to John L. Lavi, Mt. Ver interests. Mrs. E. S. A1- -' tho respective precincts, and to order and strict attention have held the residence ol fctenrv McFerron and wife, who on the part of manager of State non. JNo one nere ever heard of and Sparda have bright and organized a Ladies secure the assistance of the lady sway. Sunday night there were Sparks Quarry .was Mies Mary Tabscot, of Louis Fair or some one else Rockcastle Lavik John L. Lair is the boy been having a streak ot hard luck Auxiliary, to the Good Roads teachers tnroughout the county. probably a thotisand people. The a eek ago were here failed to get any credentials for ville, until who should have been addressed. during past three weess by break Association, electing Miss Rose And this committee will report the yard was almost tilled w'th the Wednesday with relatives. sending one of her boys to the The ugly feature in this was the . :. 4.1 l riTtm flniif tY4 in machinery. The Mullins McCord as their President and personnel of the county com-- , VWI11",X auu " 3CC,UCU a Py "" prominent exhibition for the week, all ex- absolute refusal of the secretary downs William Ballinger a Station works have also had its Mrs. Anna E. Miller, Secretary. mjttee at the next meeting of anotnox sermon could not be icltizttt Of the' Jobnetta vicinity penses "paid. It seems that all the to correct his error and allow Lair The purpose of the meeting was Auxiliary, which will be in con- preached on the outside of the. troubles. The expense for repairs was in town yesterday and says other no counties made con to come for the remaining three is a great big item not counting to consider the question of better nection with the Good Roa.iU ehurch since so many were deThe examination or days. To our people are time lost. Its $150 loss to em- roads for Rockcastle County and the bond issue will carry by ten to nection. Association, at 1:00 p. m., Monday prived of hearing th one in the provisions of the offer, it seems, sore over the matter is putting it one in bis section. for bringing September 16th. All .he ladies! church. ployes and the company every the method suggested were complied yijth here and mildly. They are indignant over The music hps been an attractMrs. Dorothy Meaas and sist er, day one of these crusher plants this about, and after being advised of the county, interested in this .of Wichita papers forwarded to secretary of such shameful treatment. system of movement, are urged to be pres- ive feature of the meetings. The as to the present Miss Mjrtle Cummins is idle. fair but nothing came of ft. A special was sent from here to Choir of abont 00 voices led and building and maintaining roads ent at this meeting. Kansas, are the guests of Mr. and Courier Journal complaining of To the Ministers of Rockcastle: conducted by Mr. Will Owens has E- - R. Gentry on West Maui. suggested change, the Hicjcs-anand the Mrs. Wilson, the purchaser Rose M. McCoiu secretary Jjents action. To a re sung the gospel with marvelous were At a meeting held in the Court following resolutions They are daughters of William of the Gus Stewart lands near President, power, organ or other who formerly lived near Wildie, haye gone into the goat porter he gave as a reason for his House at Mt. Vernon some few adopted. Cummins Ana E. M11J.ER, musical unaided by refusal to anmit the Rockcastle (Jays ago by people from al parts, instrument. Rves.olyed, 1st. That we are ot Maretburg. and sheep raising business on a Secretary, boy was that it was useless for him of tlje county there were resolu- lhe qpinkm tha;t our county's Quite a number of additions youngest son of 4a rge scale, They have recently Samuel Prewitt, there just for one day. tions read, and adopted by tjjat interest can be iu no way. better to the church have already been focome Steve Prewitt, Cincinnati, was turned out on their hill lauds, Now in fact it wpuld have been by the building and BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOOL received and more are expected. here with relatives a couple days which cover a thousand acres or three days, Thursday, Friday and foody of men" to plfln if possible served than An Attendant. of good roads throughfirst part of week, leaving here more a herd of over 300 goats in Saturday ana the secretary knew some way in which our dear old maintaining county is to be improved in regard out its entire length and breadth; Brown Memorial school opens several for the State fair Louisville. Sam eluding Angoras and it when be made the statement. to her roads. Now we all agree that we are of the opinion that under unusually favorably circum Miss Mae I. Miller and Mr. A. is now engaged in the glass blow-ta- g different species. In addition to He says our secretary got angry that the present road system is an this , can never be brought about stances this year. It is felt by D. Underwood were married in two this they are grazing more than running business, aud threatened to ''blow up" his abomination to oar county so lets by the method now in vogue in all that this will be a banner Louisville Monday evening, Sept. machines that turn out s'xty 100 fheep of different kinds, office. This is apptber false state- get together and devise some way this county, tho old worn out year in the history of the school. 9th. The bride is a daughter of bottles per minute. The new hotel question for ment, W hen the secretary per- by which we may have better high- system of working the roads by The faculty has been enlarged and the late M. J. Miller and one of The following Mt. Vernon some moptbs has been like emptorily refused to receive the ways aud I want to ask that every the malitia six days out of the the dormitory will be full, with the most charming and popular people were in Louisville this week section foreman Flannagin's brief i oekcastle boy in an abrupt and minister ot tho gospel In this grand year. This is regarded by all many girls on the waiting list. ladies of Mt. Vernon, and the seeing the fair and attending to report of a train wreck "Off again unnecessary barch tone, the reply old county of purs, will preach progressive people as being a groom is a substantial! and highly Among the new teachers are business matter, Mr. and Mrs. on again, gone again, Flannagln", to same was given In plain even upon this one gieat question of system under which the roads Miss Robertson, of Louiville, in esteemed citizen of Corbio, Kv. J. Fish aad son. Jack, Mr. H. Week before last prospects were business tones from, the talker at Good roads'. What It will mean to cannot be improved and has charge of the Kindergarten; and After spending a few days ra J. Mullins and sons, Gxwt and easy for the erection of the build- - Mt, Vernon in the following the church and school to have been generally abandoned. Miss Wanjer of Urbano, Ohio, Louisville, Mr. and Mrs. Under Last week it seemed to be language; Edgar, Mr. Jo&as Mc&enzle, Jog, wood will leave for a: three weeks good roads. Now I am depending 2nd. That we approve the has domestic science. Ckarley Thompson, Davey Craig Sipjy a mzttpr of wind, but this "We will remember you and the on the good people of Rpckcastle suggested method of roa.d buildTheir Miss Rebecca Watson having re- trip through tfee 'west. Mr. V. L. Thompson Sr., Mrs. G. week hope is again revived and we Fair." The whole matter resolves county to lend every bit of ing in this, county? that cf con- signed her position in the countrj many friends here extend to them S. Hiatt and daughter, Mrs. Mattie are assured tnat papers have been itself into the fapt that Mr. Dent is Assistance possible to promote this structing the roads by taxation because ot ot going heartiest congratulations. Mullins, Fred Krenger and Mi,s signed for the construction of a; too big a man for such a small office. great cause, and the issuing of bonds for that back and 'forth, has consented . tc Another big six inch drill,' Rissie 'McFerron, Mr. and Mrs. $15,000 building which we are He ougbttojiaye Gov. McCreary's Chas. G. Davis, purpose. This system has- been fill temporarily the vacancy caused operated by gasoline has been Dut jR. A Sparks, Capt A. N. Bentley. told will be begun hext week. ,. ? plcae of Mr. Tafts1. Chairman, progress byMiss.Kefauvers resignation. . J to work hub Sparda quarry adopted by all ' "s Vf l MIt never lains but it pours". Here we are just over with our fair and right into the turnpike election, new hotel building and electric lights for our county seat as well as four new brick store rooms for the same town. It is said one enterprise brings another seems to have brought a bunch of them this time sure. High That WE Grade FOR MEN CL OTHING YOUNG MEN AND Will Be Shown In This Town This At $10, $15 and $20 Season HAVE ENERYTHING NEW And Its a Pleasure for FROM EVERYWHERE t ghow Yu Stand fou Buy" Mail Orders We Pay SHOES ATES AJ-- HiT L. t Ti . - - - r S K4. -- $5 or more $3.50 to $5 open-hande- e. hen-peck- t! y fore-runn- er iia, .v. ., I -- 1 J the-'difficult- y - the-mor- e -- i " - 7&.,ar fc PRINT SHOWS THROUGH ' Jf .'1 !Ui' "Cm A .' :niifctx4 (etbrfSif .Xffljit. tUk ?& -- vmjs" 5ar'! I,! r &&fiSES tttadttfefcn 'uweSSmSSmdmmmmim For T&e Nervous Woman, - quieC Or the woman who experiences hot fiishes nothing is so good to soothe, and calm ths nervous sotctn as a put glyceiic extract of native medical plants, past forty and maic without alcohol, which has bscn sold by drugj'.isis for the In and most favorably known as 1 octor Pierce's Favorite Prescription. veais, voam'cr years sonic women suffer fi m dizziness, or minting spells, hysteria, All these headcic, bearing down feeling and :!. jin. use of thissymptom of irregularity famous Prescription tne and female disturbance tro relieved Pierce. . of Doctor ' imparts strength As a powerful, invigorating tonic " avonto Prescr.pt.on distinctly feminine. to the organs o- -d ii i to the whole system, I. ...., nut- " riTn.ilfiii.ii- ncmlifnf ifi seamstresses, teachers, milliners,, mothers, and feeble women generally, it Ii an cvtcllent spptnizing coitfial and rcitoralive tonic. writes Mrs. Lydia McDon-Ai."i'v ii:jva n'ss call VI rctrovarslsn."nervous chills end numb spellsn " I hM I .Allot g Unii BURIED TALENT HELD TO BLAME Educated People r Responses ? - shop-girl- s, for the Illiterate. OPPORTUNITIES NOT REALIZED t In an Awakening Address Delivered n by Harry A. Sommerat, of the News Before the KenEliza-bethtow- 'ffi-l'.- ! "D.'.'l'K-- wM lciv cWtcrtuU 1 l..d a IhaiiHiryw-"- ., Alv i.i.(.rii- VvV jjr ) ssri'i -- .. I UtS. UCUONAIJJ. ,. cr ,i tw Ti...'i . ... ........ m... 1 lH.lll'U"U l'slkts ) for nervousness and weaK. CoUeii Mediiul litv. irii mk mnK In ft ftKnrt .rM" lieso lirJ IWllllt-Ii- .V J JflUl ri?iuiin--IU iij uioi. cities for femalo troubles." ICIIU JKUI linii. l.'O t Ptitete, Induce u:lU natural bowel movement. Cr. iVww'A nam'niir , n tV "&lh - n- I . liad iiillanimiwioii mid tlio ) Ki.lney teven months with our an operation. Then li said 1 vciiU I.jvu lo have bottles ot Dr. Pierce I tnlhur tl.m his n.cJ...i..e. After I am bettor i ul i.: y nrrvous ci.i.i- - or weak spills. Yh-c- me veiy went, 1 cn-rore- now muinir s .. ,. I '. tucky Educational Association, the People of the Commonwealth Were Forcibly Reminded of a Duty Long Neglected. UiHDBSTA&gg All Orders ' - --I ' At a recent meeting of the Ken- I Vcm'N-'- W. A. COX.i Pbone9-i- Educational association at Louisville, Harry A. Sommers of the Elizabethtown News charged that the educated people of the commonwealth Our line of Couch Casket! are chiefly responsible for the uneduis unexcelled cated and that Kentucky has been asleep for fifty years on the public Hand-mad- e Coffinsiurnislied school situation. Mr. Sommers spoke In part as folHearse sent to all j)arts of lows on ihe subject of "The Press and i .i ,1, the Public School": tueuouiity I charge that the educated of the hvWirP Prnmntlw iFillorl -j w . commonwealth are chiefly responsible f WW III )' for the uneducated, that the learnel are responsible for the illiterate. Wo have been given talent which we have I tucky for laws without public sentiment wiU DEMOCRACY MUST BE not solve our problem. We need a public sentiment which will impress the fact that a greater obligation rests A WORTHY INSTRUMENT upon the parents to educate their children than upon the state, and that they ought to be willing to pay moro for It than the state. People Trust It, Says Woodrow , That the best way to create a local Interest in the local school is a local Uiilonn onrl It Unet tax and as proof of this. It should be miouii, uuu it mudi shown that all the best schools have a local tax and all the worst schools Make Good. are without It. That the district trustee should be as much interested in the teacher Sea Girt, X. .1. Woodrow Wilson at and his teaching as the teacher is in the "Little White House" at Sea Girt his school. That the school house should be as good and as attractive Is dally called noon to demonstrate bis ability us a ready speaker. as any home In the district. In not a day passes but what That when we know under the new be meets various delegations who cull school census where the illiterate children live, It will become the duty of V nsKiirt? him of their support. In tip:ikliijj of political to the people of that district to see that these children are sent to school and tbe Brooklyn Democratic club Goverprovide clothing and shoes if the nor WINoii said: "Machines are bad. parents are too poor to provide them. but un organization may be very essen. I have been surThat the teacher should be more tial. For iustniK-erounded by an organization here in commended forwhat he is able to accomplish and less criticized for what New Jerryvhlle doing my ttest work mut-hine-s turn. lSrzz rusoM, 0(M2A T.'i iBMLp1 ' I"1 iTTTW 1 CAST0R1A For Infants and Children. I 3?.?r rasa ' The Kind You Have Always Bought f ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT. AXegelabklteparailonfbrAs. o- -, similatlngiteFoodarRlRegtita-imgUteSiomafiBaMBotfelsc- ixfi if 30 j si Bears the Signature 3SW Promotes H'Ml erfiir- sii:,!i!i afc'i- 'i'flrt' fl ."Xj 11 DiicsHonJChf ncss and Rest.Contalns NOT NARCOTIC. iteiUw n:r -i Opiimi.Morphine rtorJIiaeraL M$t$eofOlIDcS242lffl1MR BatfJca Sitd" xieltt<-jbsstStsd ot Hi1 il he is unable to do. That moonlight schools for the adults will pay better than moonshine I. '" MT. VERNOtf, KY L Yesterday Tc.day To-morro- w stills. That the office of county school superintendent is the most Important in the courtry. That it is more important to educate all the people some, than a few of the people a great deal. That we do not need to teach dead languages in a live country except within the walls of a university. That those things which will be of most valup to a boy and girl after they leave school should be the things which should be taught first and best. That the children's minds should not be puzzled over Greek roots when they do not know the difference between calamus root, and poke root. That the conjugation of the verb "amo" need not be taught in the school because the boys and girls learn It soon enough outsjdhe school. but YESTERDAY i but a droain, ouly a vision, well lived makes every .Ye&turthiv a droain of a virion uf hop.. Therefore and every not yesterday nor bring your account to TO-DAY to-dato-da- hap-piiit- ti y THE BA.MK OF MT. VERNON7 s, Then our hope is that all 3'our moneys will bring yon happi-n"sami prosperity, mid all your recollections of ye&terdiy will bring you great satisfaction and all your dealings' and relations with this Bank will bring you great prosperity. THE BANK OF MT. VERNON! MT.VERNON. KENTUCKY C. C. WILLIMS, President. W. L. RICHARDS, Cashier HARRY A. SOMMERS. SOME GOOD ROADS PROVERBS- (Placards were hung up iu tha lecture cars of the Santa Fe Good BMftpifjJBHBKgsw Roads train.) If you want to know if good roads are a good thing, ask a Over U. G. Baker's Store. liorse. Good roads promote prosperity; Crown and Bridge Wort a specialty. All woik guaranteed. bnd roads provoke profanity If roads around a towu are bad W. it might as well be on an island. In considering- roads, remember that there are few towns that look so good to the farmer that he Mt Vernon, Ky' will kdl a horse to get there. Was it tn your township that Home and office in the late residence the ignoramus pulled the sod into Dr. Myers formerly occupied on Old M ain St.,J Mt. Vernon. the middle of the road? Good roads will decrease health, C. Cv happiness, education, religion aud morality. jATTORNEY-AT-I,AGood roads will decrease pro' MT. VERNON. KY. discouragement, back fanitv, l&OFFICE. On 2nd. Boor o taxes, sheriff sales, sour grapes The Bank ot" Mt. Vernon , on Churcl and grouches. street. Special attention givei Improved roads are a good to collections. Phone No. 80. trademark for any community. Good roads invoke a blessing upon anv people who build them. Good roads will keep people in the country, and will bring the i UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER city folks out for fresh air. " Did vou ever hear this? "The bad that the only-waroads were so he could get to town was by telephou '' J. P. GBDDN Dentist buried Instead of using for our more unfortunate follow man. We have marvelous opporunities, but we have not realized or accepted the responsibilities which go with the oppor- tunity. T. FRANCIS, Dentist Williams, CMoCLARY Tor Infants and Children, llie Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of "FW bowel CASTOR I A Stanford. K-- . A&ffiadj&t: complaints in children always ive Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and castor oif It is certain to effect a cure and when reduced with water and sweetened is pleasant to take No physician can prescribe a better remedy. For sale by Chas. C. Davis. Mount Vernon Monumental small concrete stable with rather narrow doors. He had half a dozen calves therein. In the 6pring it was found the animals had grown of and too large to pass out through the and door ,so Uull had to tear down the He Granite Monuments of all stable to get them out. didn't think about cutting the doot kinds. Estimates furnished larger until the building was a on application. wreck. GEO. OWENS Propr. Cull McClure took his annual lath. last Saturday, in Skaggj Pone 112 creek, near Bullocks mill, a cereBut mony of some magnitude. The game few fish survived. worden mnv Diosecute the old FOR FLETCHER'S Destruction of T?scal for wanton. Che finny tribe. Last fall Cull McClure built a MKS Kentucky, the first state In the South to establish free schools, has been asleep, for nearly fifty years on public school education and now wakes to find herself lagging In the rear of most of her sister atates In this important matter. We were asleep when we allowed our rairal schools to retrograde. We were asleep when we did not keep the school apace with the development and growth of the nation. We were asleep when we left the whole matter In the hands of the school teacher and neglected our responsibility to assist him and stand by him. We were asleep when we sent men to the legislature unfit to grapple with this question and most generally indifferent to it," Thank God we are awake now and before it is too late. Awake and on guard, and, 1 we as sentinels for education on the watch towers of progress goito sleep until the school house Is made a thing of credit Instead of a thing of reproach, until the stain of illiteracy is wiped out, wo ieaerve the fate of any sentinel who goe to sleep at his post. A man who does wrong and does not know he has violated the law is not exempt from the penalty, but the man who knowingly violates the law is more culpable. While wo were Ignorant and indifferent to the lack of advancement in our nchoo's we were nevertheless responsible, but now that we are fully aware of our unfortunate condition we are doubly responsible if we do not respond to it. The precious Jewels of the common" wealth aro Its children. The future of the state depends upon them and they depend on us. Are we going to polish them with an education to fit them for life's duties and obligations and citizenship, or are we going to allow them to grow up In Ignorance to become paupers and criminals? It is a burning question which appeal? to manhood, which appeals to intelligence, which appeals to our hearts. Have we heard the cry which comes from the mountains and from the ipolated sections all over Kentucky? I, for one, have heard it. It has been ringing in my ears for ten years or more and neither my pen nor voice shall become silent in answering it until every educated man and woman in the state realizes our needs and recognizes the responsibilities. As the aged Hamalcar in his camp fires wore the infant Hannibal to eternal "hatred for Rome, so I would nwear you now by the intelligence . which beams in your eyes, by the enthusiasm which runs In your veins and by the love which Is in your hearts, Mi swear an eternal hatred (or ignorance and illiteracy until we have wiped it from our borders. What we need In Kentucky is public sentiment for the public schools, That the unknown quantitfw?ral-gebr- a had better remain unknown than that s boy should remain Ignorant of the Boil quantities of his father's farm. That the time spent in making indifferent performances on the piano could be better utilized in abolishing bad biscuits from the breakfast table. That the public school ought to get in the newspaper and the newepaper in the public school. While you may not agree with me in all of these things, you will certainly agree with me in most of the.r.. The questlrn is how are we going to create this public sentiment. The school teacher is powerless to do it even when he doe3 his oest. He Ib handicapped by the very nature of the case. We must look to the educated people of this state. Men and women who will give their time and talent and means to create a better sentiment for the rural schools, and we, must look to the press. The newspaper and the public schoojs are the tvo ureatejt forces at work in this country for Vfil prog- ress and enlightenment. The newspapers' influence depends upon the number of readers it has and the number of readers depends on how many people are taught to read. There muBt be a combination between the press and the professor, a united interest between the newspaper and the public school. If the press of this state would give half the thought and half the space to education that it does to politics the schools would be revolutionized iu less than a decade. The press must first be made interested in this groat question, then it must be educated to the needs of the schools, then shown how the needs may be supplied. The editor and the school teacher must be brought within closer touch with each other. TLJs should be done through this organfelon. Mind you. I am not talking about a movtuooat through the prero for the baneflt mt the teachers, but a movement for the benefft of the peopJa'The school must be made the important thing and not the school teacher. The children's interest must be put in the forefront as the battle cry through the press for their welfare, and the welfare of the state. All great enterprises get before the public with the news bureau and there is no enterprise as great as the education of the masses. Most enterprises pay for pub" licity, but this- - is one of which tho newspapers will require no pay. It takes real newspaper talent to conduct any kind of publicity bureau." It requires the talent of first Interesting the reader with what it tells, next It must do more than interest it, It should get the reader in sympathy with the story, tben it must so toko hold of him that he wants a part In It. There should be selected a most capable man or woman with proper newspaper instinct to send a column onco a week to every newspaper in Ken- IBKk machine ues.its political opportunities fur the svltlsb ends of its members. Xo liieuibers of our organization would ever think' of doing that. I'ub lie opinion in Xhw Jersey bus drawn It has killed the mathe distinction chines, and it N going to keep the or v gauizatiou tiding "It seems to me that we are standing In the presence of something higher rhau allegiance' to the DeuuxTatle party The country ha? been disapparty, and It pointed in the Itepublk-ain turning to the Democratic party That party N wlllintr to show the way toward those things which must be re nlized "Some gentlemen seem to find it easy to make personalities out of ioli tics, but it seems to me that whenever that Is done politics is debased. "Men who are in search of reform are now resorting to tbe Democratic party, because for my own part. I do not know where else they will turn to expect the results. There is no dls counting the strength and serviceabili ty of a united party, and the splendid i part Is that the Democratic party Is united. "Speaking seriously, nothing affords me more genuine pleasure than to receive such greetings from men In Jersey who have ut least tested my qualities. Because ,you have known me at close range and if you will be kind enough to vouch for me perhaps tbe rest of the country will be credulous of your reporL MI have spent a great deal of time since i became governor of Xew Jersey defending your chnracter. it was supposed In the old days, when the board of guardiuns was in charge of the state, that you were all of you disposed to give the most monopolistic A u rnvfi turn mm w In BSSri ItiCattJSldtLii &a5ctd-CirtHtdSmr Apzrfeci Remedy for CtmsHpa-lio- vr , Sour Storaeh.Dlarrrm Yorras,ConvulsiflnsfevEri Ai Use For Over ness andLoss or Sleep. XacSim2e Signature Tub Centaur Compass; NEW YORK. Thirty Years iuarantccd under the roo Exact Copy of Wrapper. SASTORIA THE CKNT4UH COMPANY. NtW YOU CUT. I m jNL. JERHDN DBKET CD. . I ;- 1 PRACTICAL UNDERTAKERS FUNERAL DIRECTORS, AND 2 s E3IHALX OS g Mt. Vernon, Ky. g trusts of the country a great rlnglnc ST: Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of s welcome in New Jersey. 2 "New Jersey was known as tbe CT work for the company. mother of trust JJvery troublesome Hearse sent to all points 3 and questionable family and I bad to Cr Orders by wire promptly tilled. spend my time outside Xew Jersey assuring the people of the Union that it m ariager bad uot been tbe fault or the disposi"Office Mt. Vernon Monumental Building PHONE 11a tion of the people of Xew Jersey that tbere were certain gentlemen who had undertaken to curry tbe Republican lumiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimmiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii party in their pockets and to ndmiuls ter independently of the rank and tile of Republicans in the state. "New Jersey Is progressive, but the United States is progressive, and we have here merely a delightful sampJe of the people of tbe United States. "Now. these eop!e are not bent on destroying anything, but they are bent on setting everything 1h order; the; are bent upon Justice; they are bent For nearly ten years, at different times, Mrs. Mary Jinks upon seeing to it that the people lu of Treadway, Tenn., suffered with womanly troubles. She general are partners of the govern says: "At last, I took down and thought I would die. I ment. as 1 was trying to show the other day. And the Democratic purt could not sleep. I couldn't eat I had pains all over. The is now placed under a peculiar respon doctors gave me up. I read that Cardui had helped so slbillty.qrit has to prove that it i many, and I began to take it, and it cured me. Cardui tbe worthy Instrument of that zeal on tbe part of the people of the United saved my lifel Now, I can do anything." States. If it does not prove it now it will never bo given another chance t prove iLtirfo party that piores uu X inltoful'to thaMdoiH will ever again be trusted by the peeple of America And therefore we aro standing at n turnlug point in our politics. We must makegood or go out of buslnesa In or suffer from any of If you are weak, tired, worn-ou- t, tbe vernacular, it is a case of 'pat up or shut up.' because words are going the pains peculiar to weak women, such as headache, to be discounted. Nothing will be bou feelings, pains in arm, side, hip backache, dragging-dow- n ored except the actual carrying out of OUCH METALICCASKETS Coffinsand Robes. GEORCE OWENS, "Cardui Cured Me" The WomarfsTonic such programs as sensible men maj unite in for tbe common benefit." I :! ! M"M"M-M"M"M"I"- M 'I M AD- ! I THE GREAT DUTY OF JUOTMENT. - I or limbs, and other symptoms of womanly trouble, you should try Cardui, the woman's tonic Prepared from perfectly harmless, vegetable ingredients, Cardui is the best remedy for you to use, as it can do you nothing but good. It contains no dangerous drugs. It has no bad Ask your druggist He sells and recommends Cardui. after-effec-ts. T We are servants of tbe people, tbe whole people.4 The nation has been unnecessarily, unreasonably at war within itself. Interest has clashed with Interest when tbere were common principles of right and of fair dealing which might and should have bound them all together, not as rivals, Write to; Laditt Advisory kr&tciallnitractiosu. lad Dpt, Chattanooca gt Medicine Co.. Outtiaoogi. Teaa book. "Home Ticitsient lor Womre." Mat fete. J 54 S62C$3e Manufactrer tucky of such live public school matter tii at the editor will be glad to give it space. The Information should be gathered from the various schools all Wilson's'- Speech Accepting over the state by the teachers and Democratic Nomination. the sent to the head of their bureau. It should be facts and not arguments. M'V M I M I I M I i H The facts can be so written that they will carry their own argument and The Democrats are not taking the also carry convictions. Such an edu- election of Wilson for granted. They cational press bureau established in. are working and working harder than this city or Frankfort could and would in a score of years and working as a arouse more interest and create more united party. public sentiment for the rural schools than any other one thing could do. It is reported that papers which are because every week it would have a upportlng the' bull m'oo'ser have or thousand times as large on audience aered extra fonts of. 'Ta.". And they as this building will hold. With the will be press willing to help, I do hope that talking. needed when Teddy geti to such an opportunity will not b allowed to escape. w - but as purtnera As tbe servants of all we are bound to undertake the great dutyof accommodation and adjustment. From Wood-ro- XXDC CHAS. C, DAVIS THE DRUGGIST SAYS That Tennyson or Longfellow could take a worthless sheet of paper and write a poem on it and make it worth $75.000-tha- ts genius and' there are others who can write a few words on a sheet of paper and make it worth this r&tion ot ours can take S8.000.000 -- that's capital and an ounce and a quartea of gold and stamp upon it an Eagle-bir- d money and some of our t's and make it worth yoeng ladies will buy a hat for $1.25 bnt prefere one that 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 well as Chink $20.-thabut-tha- -- DIGESTION AND ASSIMILA TION Children Cry Ci A STORIA assimilated that gives strength and and vitality to the system. s Stomach and Liver Tab by Chas. C. Davis. lets invigorate the stomach and liver and enable them to perform their functions naturally. For FOR FLETCHER'S sale by Chas. C. Davis. Cham-berlain'- It is not the quantity of food taken but the amount digested and As usually treated, a sprained ankle will disable a man lor three or four weeks," but b.y applying Chamberlain's Liniment- freely as soon as the injury is re ceiyed, and observing the directions with each bottle, a cure can be effected in from two to four days. For sale - UNCLE EZRA SAYS "It don't take more'n a gill uv effort to git folks into a peck of trouble" and a little neglect of con stipation, billiousness,, indigestion or other liver derangement will do the same. - If ailing, take Dr. Kink's New Life Pills for quick Easy, safe, sure, and results. only 25 cents at Chas. C. Davis, Yours truly C- - C. DAVIS, Mt; . Vernon, Ky, Children Cry CASTOR! A CASTORIA j3IC383rpca83 -- Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR PHONE No. 39 X3ca83lC3iC6rCarplC f3CT30PA?SHj AA -- ttrAlrt -- , . j.ljata. -. i.