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Mount Vernon signal: September 20, 1912 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1912 mou1912092001_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: September 20, 1912 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. - - .1. ! ?" l.. I' .vflj-" b2MtatiuiU&ifiiaaafajr jV'Xv Published Every Friday VOLUME XXV. MT. VERNON, Established 1887 ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY ISESSffiE2B-J8f5- si yj , SEPTEMBER 20. 1912. NUMBER 51 f ! ' A lO MOST MEN COME TO THIS STORE FOR THEIR FALL SHOES CV A FACT m "51 . xmiZZMhZr Sf9 S'Sl-.''- . mm mlmi ffimfMjWffmm Bl wiffitfifu&M' wm. iiiwtfsr'-.-Wl a V - .Kssai o n, i' the way a person is re- ceived at the dispatcher's office, and we claim if ever a man was royally entertained it is bv that lugust body of men up in that office. You will be met by Mr R J. Lemoiids, chief dispatcher, who will give you a hearty hand shake and a royal greeting and present you a plush bottom chair. Then if it be in the day time you will be asked to meet Mr. J P. E Drummonds, dispatcher, and Mr L G. Falin. copier, who are both nice gentlemen, and you can pa-- . the hours in a gcod jovial way. and then if you wish to meet the second trick men, Mr. J. F Neighbors, dispatcher, and Mr. W. M. Pre-ton- , copier, will arrive 3:30 and we will vouch you will at TTieRanrenGis - dmcretralr the onl bacon tjec&ng FWp, Gen; Pump Gun Solid-Breec- h, Hammerless. Safe. dfjgsr &&&Mmf w&w mJ&r jgs s-- sarsCfeia It takrs a good shoe to sfii'dle the idobe r ! The people of all civilized nations have come to know such a shoe by xajie the Walk-Over- . Walk-Ove- r are worn the world over more than seventeen thousand, pairs are bought daily by the wise folks of tne earth 1 shoes have years the makers of Walk-Ove- r For thirty-eigh- t Walk-Ove- r stores established the styve for the shot; world. are-thshow the newest original patterns, with a full fiiwt to ' run of sizes and widths. ?ov all feet, $3.50, $4 and-$5- , standard prices.- - Other makes down to, 'S3 an 3 up. ". ' ." . t You ought to be almost ready for your fall shoes. Drop in today or tomorrow and see the newest" styles. To those, of you who have never been here the same cordial invitation. is We will be glad to show extruded. Come get acquainted, you around. e - - -- ' C''H-Wit- f Q A a Hlfc wk. imir c II X VILrUfStS THE. SI ORE THAT SATISFIES f i-j& $$? A! r$c S9 be well repaid to mingle with them and forget your troubles for a few hours, and if you wish to still remain at 11:50 p.m. you will meet Mr. J. W. Samms, dispatcher, and Joe Childress, copier, and you can remain the rest of the night with as jolly a crowd as you ever met, and if you are rot then satisfied, just visit the office down stairs and you will strike a bunch that love to show a stranger a good time, Mr. C. A. Blanford, the agent, who is always ready with a good joke and there you will see J. B. Donally, the Irish operator, who is as full of fun as a monkey is of pranks, and tie writer you will meet in both offices, ever ready to help enter fain any one that may arrive, sj thjs is only a partial history of the bunch at the dispatcher's of They don't believe in going flee through the world with long faces. They believe that sunshine fol lo.vs rain and that there never w.is a cloud so dark bnt what had W. M, Hanks, a silver lining. who had the misfortune to get 'his ankle sprained some-weekago is able to go back to work-M- rs. R. B. Samms and children are visiting Mr. Samms' parents Mrs D. K. Argen-brigh- t, If on Gauley. Mrs. James Woods, and -- BoltomE"ecbon empty shells are thrown downward smoke and gases must go the same way, too insuring unintenupted sight rapid pointing always. Solid Breech Hammerless perfectly balanced a straight strong sweep of beauty from stock to muzzle. Three Safety Devices accidental discharge impossible. Simple n a quarter turn of the barrel doe it carrying, cleaning, interchange of barrels made easy your fingers are your only tools. Take-Dow- For (rap or field work the fiatett nitaral peimUr. Your dealer has one. Look it oyer today 299 Broadway Remington Metallic Cartridge Co. Arms-Unio- n 5 New Yerk City BUILD Your House of Stone or BRICK not so It is apt 10 burn. Repairs cost les. Cooler in summer. Insurance costs less. Painting costs less. Warmer in winter. Your property is always worth more. Does not depreciate in value. Costs very little more than frame building when vou build with the WINCHESTER GRANITE BRICK. Ask us for prices. H iH j!- HHi Iflliilr faKB s WIWCHSSTER GRAWITE BRICK CO. Works ot ManufacUirtrs' of dudley. ky. WINCHESTER. KY. TIKE FAMILY Brisk, Sand and Lima. ate visiting relatives ia Lexington this week. Miss Mat tie ' FISCAL ABOLISHING ! ,r Rev. A. J. PiJre js planning one nagram Editor Mt. VernonSign al: , to be held Sept. 29, 1912. Recently I had occasion to be in What is expected to be one of your countv and while there I the largest Miss Clyda Lear, of Mt. Verfamily Reunions ever heard a great deal about the voting held in the vicinity non has been visiting Miss Lyda of Brodhead of bonds for the purpose of build- Kv., is being Cook for the past week. Mrs. arranged by A. J. ing pikes This movement I Pike. has returned from J. heartily indorse. Being reared in The reunion will be held the Gravse Station where she has Rockcastle county and having 29th, day of Sept. There ity .Oscar JUgenbrlght went to been visiting relatives. 1912 at the cojjufpy Ljexlngtpn, Tuesday, en business, practiced medicine there for ten Fair grounds, the Park of Brodwas . au years 1 realize much more than dance" last Saturday night 'at tjie head. C. C. HoweU was in Brodhead, the average citizen the necessity residence of John Mulling on the Sunday, visiting home folks. Our plan is to meet at 9:30 a. noted Wild Cat mountain, Sev- There are three candidates here of good roads and especially do I m. After devotional exercises eral people wenfc from Livingston. for Poljce Judge, viz: Judge Calo-wa- realize this after having lived in we will have a Reunion Sermon a county and community where preached - Mr. E. J. Anderson was called at 10 o'clock. After Hiram Wilt and John Sebem. good roads abounds. I consider that we will have some good to Ku'fa, Sunday, on account of The voters hero wlll'wago war at the illness of his mother, Mrs. the polls against the proposed this the greatest proposition ever singing, a social meeting and submitted to the voters of your greeting and vV F. Anderson, who has typhoid then serve dinner on stock law. . Now voter, is the time county and I feel that every the ground. At one o'clock we fever. Mh-- Lvda Cook is visiting to do your work and every voter relatives in Knoxville and lotin should be put next. We are, or a honest right thinking man will will have another sermon followe d son City, this week. Mrs, App majority of us are against it and vote for this great measure as it bv singing and talks. ( Taylor was called to Louisville, let's vote it down in this part of means mo?e 10. eacn ana every We invite everybody to come Saturday, on account of the ser- the county. . There is nQt timber-pnoyg- individual and citizen than any- and bring well filled baskets so thing else could possibly mean. that every one ious illness of her mother, Mrs. may have plenty to o fpn.ee h of the Good roads will enhance the value eat and we will see that we Mrs, B, U Cookepell land and Lephew have the wire trust has put of property s.i?e you time and is visiting relatives at London- plenty of cold water on the grounds. the wire .so' high we can't uiy it, give you comfort in travel and We especially invite the good During the stprfti Tqesday njght So you raPVinta.iu vpters. think the besides open up different 'avenues roads advocates to be present, it a tree was blown' ph Mr. T- - M. matter oer and you will cryt foy- speculation and prosperity. 'while he was try- ''Down with will be a good time to talk bond Dees barn, and . the stock law," ' -ing to got it off he fell and was Uncle George Pope seems to be So nere'a wishing success to issue for our people in this part this movement ony wish I could badly hurt, Mr. (J- - Cv HoweU, somp better. Little John D. be thero and allowed to cast ray of the county need information on of Brodhead, came down Tuesday Pppe, who lyas this subject typbpld fever, is So we ask all our friends to to be with her husdand, Mr. C. c, slowly Improving. F. &. Thomp- vote far this great cause which to:say to the'people ikes, will iiot''6e built and to Howell, a few days.-Dle- d, Section 4308 of the Kentucky means so much for my homecounty . come and spend the 2gth day of son was here Monday and he la Statutes gives the Fiscal Court of this connty that if the pr'opo- - also maintain and keep in re Very respectfully, 12, little Robert Maxey, strictly Sept. with us in this reunion in for tho pikes. -- There will power to 'require all able bodied sition 'carries, in the- - future we pair the' pil&s when built. The son of Mr. and Mrs F. Maxey. . W. J. Chjlwess.. anticipation of that day when we be held here, about October 1st, a male citizens of the county, over will not require any militia labor authority to require free labor on all hope to meet in He&ven where He was laid to rest in the Ward series of meetings conducted by 18 and under 50 years of age, ex- - on. the roads, but will maintain the roads is vested in the Fiscal to await the hurrying ground the Holiness" people. The farri- MAY PRJVEN FKOM HOME there will be a renewal of the cept licensed ministers of the same by taxation this to beqorae Court, as heretofore stated, and resurrection mprn. Mr. and ers, in Every year, in many parts of virtuous and endearing friendships this cop nunityhftVO begun gospel and citizens of incor- - the order of the court and take if the people approve by their children, are Mrs. J. W. Sams and saving foddgr and by having the the country, thousands are driven of earth and time, where a pervadporated towns and cities, to pro- - effect and to be in f ull foraewhen votes, a change to the system of visiting from their homes by coughs and ing oneness relatives at Pittsburg- of principle and vide themselves with necessary the bond issue has earriotf at building and maintaining the Jphn Cqckerell, pf Pars, y., is exppr'en.cp pf last winter, n.ot a lungs diseases. Friends and busi- sentiment, and unbroken identity i r tools.and implements to work, on said electiofi". Ourexpefience.fof public roads of tho county by visiting relatives here this week. hlade will he left. to vat, The - i i r w anection and feeling will the public roads of the county a number of vears in attempting taxation, then the militia will be Bom to the wife pf Thomas Livingston lumber vCQtnpany are ,atpc fcnt th? i rnstiv always sure. Abetter way theilorever unite in undisturbed in running their planning mill six not exceeding: two days in - the to build and maintain j6ads by ja thing ojf the past in this county, Jones, on the 12th, a line grl. days out of the week. Mr. and way of multitudes is to use Dr. dissoluble bonds in the great week and six days in each year, the militia has shown ns that King's Nqy? Discovero and cure fraternity of Heaven's A. Whitehead, of Lewis, Mrs. Mrs. It. d J.F. Neighbors have returned Yoursali at home. amd in cases, of unusual emergency the system is bad, and it is im-thL.W.! Stay Tight family. Where there will be no burg, Tenn;, Is visiting- Mrs. Gea from Louisville after a few days' may be required to work a possible to improve the Judge, Rockcastle County, Pope. Born to the wife ot Alvin there, w.ith friends, and take this; visit. W. E. Gray is h Johnspn, same medicmo, Thfot and lung possibility of division and discord number of days in the dition- of the public highways of ' . .Lagan Arnold. JaHco, a fine boy, W the 5th". and where all erring r nd opposing City, Tenn., Magistrate, 1st. District. week... J, P. E. troubles find quick relief and health seekof a greater number of days the county under that 'system. Mpfher and babe botoing wpll. :Qrjminp.nd.s this . aud-JB. DonaNy returns. Its help in coughs, colds, creeds will be done away but where iu the year. A petition having We have put forth every effort J. 3. JvAMBunp, grip, croup, whoopidg-coug- h Ws foiled to gQt tlii item in and the children of Christ from every hav.e returned from Chicago, 111. been'filed with the County Coufi, along this line to improve the. Magistrate, 2nd. District. Jastletfpr,-bu- t sore lungs mase it a positive fold will meet to regret the frailty will gvp wsure Champ Williams, who has lived in blessing. 50c and $1.00. Trial signed by a number of citizens condition of the roads, but find ..' Hakdin Moore, the new if we hear it- - Fibbing county, asking that the it impossible to do so under, the Magistrate, 3rd. District. seems to be the order of of tliis thwest for some time.was here bottle Iree. ' Guaranteed by Chas. of earth and rejoice ia the oaaoess he' hour, last week and friendship of Heaven. visiting relatives,. My. C. Davis. County Court call an election by system now in use. We know h L. Arnolp, now, but so far' Bernard Haga'n So we again invite all to coate and Mr. j; W Terry baue taken, which the sense of the wotei;s.that vthe roads'qan be much better Seems to be the champion fisher. rooms, at Mrs. and be with us r Diarrhoea is always more or less .queJtiotfc&"ffepl--ttna,tfrfch may be taken on-th- e Sue Mullins. and CHAS, S. ARMSTPONQ. 1W more nruch -Mrs, J. C, McOuire, after a Respectfully, prevalent during September. Be has gone to housekeeping. Magistrate, 5tlr. District. month's visit with issuing bonds for the purpose of satisfaction, by maintaining them prepared for it. her daughter, Chamberlain's' A. J. Pnot. ponstructing turnpikes iu the by taxation. As provided, by the Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Mrs. Alvin Carico and Mrs. Hu"-Remedy is prompt and effectual. 9IS&1 and an election to that general law, there will be an Copy Att. : Jenkins has 'returned home to i effeocoiayiaijabeen ordered to be ample amount of taxes to main-- s S. F. Bowman It can always be depended upon, 3 East Berqstadt, There has been FOR FLETCHER'S and is pleasant to take. FOR FLETCHER'S CoKtbTl9l'2pwVtake tain those section of road where For sale c; C. lield i r. id grea,t deal said here of late con- by Chas. C Davis. COURT MAKES ORDER Baker, of Skeggs Creek, d.a.ugh.V4 or Air nqq Air. a- - J. oaicer, ditd fcjepterobep 14th, and was buried in the family grave yard on Skeggs Creek,- - Sunday. She was twenty years old, died of that dreadful disease, heart dropsy. Tne bereaved parents has the sympathy of the eritire. commun- Hustonville, Ky. Sept. 10, 1912 REUNION" old-fashion- IF y, BOND ISSUE CARR EM h one-tent- Rockcastle Fiscal Court. ..Call Term. September 12, ,1912. - - Spp-terab- 1 r- 1 on!01" long-divide- ey Be-thurp- - con-great- er - Pr -- "- -" a Children Cry CASXORiA Children Cry GASJLO.RIA- - PRINT SHOWS THROUGH X &; VVjUF - af? .-.., h w ,$ . : wtfwrStrfiig ML "VERNON , ljw y, ,,,.,. Mk-i ir I - jl si passing his piace Will hav to put VOTB FOR List ut candidates now iu iu. aw ii nuvai llpsomt money to havd it there. ( at work for the phno given Arch Mason?, held its annual This he can affor-- i to do, and if e away by B. C. Anderson & b'on. Friday, bept. 20, 19 12 election of officers last Monday. does not want .to dp this let the Candidate from 11th Dsstrict There should be one hundred were man on the other side of the dis- The following officers or more by rext week. The Ym elected: John Robins. High w.ui vuax, wants 11. ana is wiiliag to Published every Friday by is as follow..: on Priest; W. E. Gravely. King; J. pay for it, have the road. Name nf Contestant No. voles EDGAR'S. ALBRIGHT. F. Watson, Scribe; R. L. Smith, "If this is not a good plan let PROGRESSIVE PARTY Li Hie Hiatt 9054 Treasurer, H. L. Tharp. Secre the "people that can suggest apian Mattie Wiluiott 4034 tary; .K S hnivel, bentinel; Syl or something better speak, what Mildred Robins $I.OO UBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR 11:7 van Bord s, Captain of the Host, we want in this part of the counWO K STARTS ON DIX Lizzie Gentry 1630 O. A. Fritk, Principal Sojourner; ty is every body satisfied as much RIVER DAM. Bessie Hamlin i75 Advtrtising rates made known on A. M. Hiatt, Royal Arch Captain, io as possible, aud the way to The following press notice is Sallie Reynolds IOOO Edd Smith, Master 3rd Veil, W. have it isto give all an equal application 1 2. 5 sent out from Danville: Work Mary Proctor H. Anderson, Master 2nd. Veil; how. has begun on the dam which is to Etta Cable 1275 Julian Bordes, Master 1st Veil Trusting and believing this will bt built across Dix River at Minnie Hiatt IOOO If the people that are against be done, Jam, Yours very truly, Kennedy's mill, south east of Clyde Watson IOU) "MEMBER OF the issuing of bonds for the A. M. Hiatt. Burgin. It is estimated that tke Dollie Johnson KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION 3137 building f pikes in this county dam with equipment 1 102 will cos Eva Albright are only just the intelligent wc MARKTBURG. $3,000,000. L. B. .Herrington of Katie Price IOOO have lots of ignorant people Richmond, took a leading part iu Lela Albright 5079 Mrs. Galathia Todd and daugh-er- , Postmaster about Brodhead securing funds with which to Lena Albright 3338 Miss Anna, of Paint Lick, and Mrs. John Robins and little carry on the great undertaking. Gertrude Martin 6722 daughter, Mildred, are visiting have beeu visiting relatives, Miss It was not anticipated thit the Susie Cabel 1545 relatives in Garrard county. Angie Hunt and Mrs. Helm work would begin at such an early Mary Leat 1075 Whitley City and Pine Knot They will return about October Griffin, of this phce. Miss Mattie aate. iNew YorK capitalists are Reca Brooks 1565 are in a squabble pver the result of the first. 0. H. Frith made a Owens and Miss Bess Hamlin, of backing the enterprise. Bessie Shivel A test IOOO the election held last week on the lucky catch Tuesday night. He Spiro, were visiting, Mrs. F. M. lasting through three years has Rilda Chandler IOOO location of which of the two places had been of the opinion that some Marshbanks the first pf the week. proven satisfactory. Katie Price TOOO Power will Miss Judith McCal 1 was visiting Street should be the county seat of the one was going into their store and be furnished to the electric plants Ethel Payne 1052 It and Roller Mill at night, so he in Brodhead first of the week. McCreary. new county of at Danville, Lancaster, Nicholas Pearl Purcell 4765 appears that Whitley City has the had been watching for the past Mrs. Opp Taylor who has been ville, Harrodsburg, and Richmond. Annie Mae Sargent 1065 advantage, having a majority of three weeks, and on Tuesday visiting in St. Louis. Mo., reIt is thought that a net work of Mattie Owens 11229 night he caught ne Sam Lowery turned to her home last Sunday the votes on face of returns. interqroan railways will be in Bertha Bustle 1391 coming out of the mill. He at night. We are glad to have them operation in this section in a Roberta Brown 2430 Last Wi3ek the old church at once took the gentleman before back. Miss Ella Robinson, of short time alter the dam is Blaneh Howell 2210 Columbus O., where the Rspubli-ca- n fudge Haggard, whoordered him Rose Hill, is visiting relatives at finished Manager Fish, of the Orlie Ponder 1744 party was born, suddenly searched, and found in his pocket this place. Dislike to eater the Danville electric plant, is making Ada Ward doors of a Bank. collapst. The party came ver a key to the store. 1075 Fred Myers, of Mt. Vernon was Mr. Frith arrangements with the promoters Ella Harp 3988 near "beating it to it. Why? was satisfied that when he ordered in Maretburg last Sunday. Mrs. to take the power for the local Rosa Brown IOOO Becauee they feel The gratifying thing about the Lowery to throw up his hands Sallie Owens accompanied her plant. The dam will be about Dortha Owens IOOO that their small busi that he threw away a key to the brother, Mr. Ance Boreing ot 160 feet high and will be con- Annie Cass 1912 campaign is that itapparently ness is too tnning 1175 mill, and some parties went with Cincinnati' home. Lee Chandler doesn't interfere at all with for tht banker to structed of steel md concrete. A Mattie Adams IOOO formely of this place, was here Mr. Frith to the mill next m bother about. dozen engineers have pronounced Emily Sutton 6500 and found the key. The Sunday, He was on his way to the project a entirely feasible. Brodhead Graded School 1359 We invite such peoofficers landed Lowery in Mt. Livingston where he is teaching ItltOUHEAD. ple to come in and The above notice clipped from Belle Kincer 6380 Vernon jail, and he will have his school. We are glad to say he an exchange use this bank. gives hopes to the Birdie Johnson 2987 examining trial Saturday. On can not pass through Maretburg idea c" "We are in business that probably sooner or later Florence Harris 4080 Mrs. Bettie Tharp has returned Monday evening at the Holy without stopping. Little Tommy purposely to be both-hrean electric line will be built Delora Boyd 7686 home after spending- .two weeks Roller meeting that is in progress Chany is improving slowly. through the mountains. Wil-ioIf we OUie Brock .. 1025 m with relatives in Corbin and here, we understand that Lowery Every man, woIOOO T. E. Wallin and Miss Sale; One house and lot get one any ways soon It will Bertha Brown Mrs. prayed long and loud, man and child should but of For IOOO Jour acres, located in the town betha result of this great enter-priz- e Bessie Brown Gertrude Martin spent the day judging from his fate on Tuesday have an account of Myrtle Shumate now begun to harness the II w some size. Sunday at High Bridge. Arthur night, we doubt that his petition ol Brodhead. Good house, good Lena McCall 1075 Anderson, of Richmond, spent a was answered, but are of the well, barn and smoke house, coal waters of Dix river. Every new subscriber to the few days last week with his opinion as a reward he will soon house and chicken house, will sell We PAY 3 PER CENT aiGNAi, gets iooo votes' and everv cousin, Henry Anderson. Miss D9 wearing the stripes within the at a bargain, if sold at once. THE MEN WHO SUCCEED renewal 500 BANK WITH US Mrs. L. K. Evans. as hedds of ' large interprises ai e Pearl Tyree spent a few days in walls of the penetentiary, ept. 4t Crab Orchard last week. Miss Brodhead, Ky. men of great energy. Success, toU. G. BAKER, President. J.P.E. DRUMMOND, VIce.-PrA. M. Hiatt. cashier Citizens day demands health. 1 o ail is to L. & H. R.I. WATCH'JNSPECTOR e Owens spent a few days Matty F.L.THOMPSONJr., Cashier. As usually treated, a sprained fail. It's utter folly for a man Io with relatives tfa Walnut Grove Bank, Brodhead, speaks out on ankle will disable a man lor three CLAUDE C. COX.Ass't. Cash e New FfiAM endure i 'weak, run down, half last week, she was accompanied the bond issue : or four weeks, but by applying " If you will allow me just a lit- Chamberlain's Liniment freely as alive conditionwben Electric BitTHE PEOPLES' BANK home by her uncle, JohnC Riddle. soon as the injury is received, and ters will put him. rieht on his feet Ky. ftuse.lj, EiPpM, of Mt. Vernon tle space in your paper, I believe Mt. Vernon, in short order. "Four bottles did pwn .galling Sunday night. I can express the sentiments of observing the direwtions with each me more real good Uiau any otbe, va hi bottle, a be jarrett. of Durango, the people m and around Brod- from, two cure candays. effected in medicine I ever took," writes Chaa to lour For sale B. Allen, Svlvauia, Ga. "After Colorado, was with his grand- head, Ky. .rclatlre to the proposed by Chas. C. Davis. years of suffering with rheumatism father, J. H. Jarrett, Saturday bond issue, which is beinsr so yC&pe$X& & liver troubles, stomach dUorders. and Sundav. He Jeft Monday for much discussed, at present. and deranged kidnes, I am again, " In the first place I beg to say thanks to Eiectric Bitters, sound Ceroa uiiere he will enter FOR FLETCHER'S Try them. Only 50 and well." the people of f his part of the county school Chas. C. Davis. cents at Misses Lena and Lela Albright are not against good roads, but on I l were in Pine 'Hill between trains the other hand are in favor, of Sunday. Miss Elizabeth Storms pikes, and the majority, in favor Ky has returned home after visiting of the bond issue, as 'we believe relatives and frieuds in London, this the only way to. get pikes, U will by this method; but what thejpeo' Corbin and KeVvy.' COMPLETE LINE for Dunedin, pie here oppose is the proposed leave in a few days Bond Issue Build Florida, where she will teach plan, to run two pikes across the Coffins, Caskets and Robes, The immense ldebuintfre driYin wheel, traveling a mite a minuto, mak e W. J. Owens is county, in opposite directions, re school. Mrs. Mail, Telegraph or Tele403,361 revolutions in 2i honra. Tbs spending a few days with her gardlees of the fact that these prodelicate balance wheel of a wathe phone orders Promptly same time. Tio sister. Mrs. Julian Bordes, on posed routes will not benefit as Rockcastle County Court. August Term, August 26, 1912 makes 432,000 in theoiled and locomotive wheel is cared for Filled. Copper Creek; this week. Miss many people as if r"un in other diseveral times during 24 hours. Should not your watch receive attention at leant Claudia Bodson, of Mt Vernon, rections. once a year ! The wonderful precision Clyde "True that this method, will was the guest of Miss It appearing that a petition, signed by mors than 150 legal vottrss s easily affected, ipt us examine it. &$&c$3C&3ic: Watson Tuesday. Mr. aud Mrs. give the people all a better road who are free holders of Rockcastle County, was filed in the office of the MAIN STREET in all directions ;to Mt. Vernon, Clerk of the Rockcastle County Court and with the Judge thereof on NEXT DOOR TO JONAS MCKKMZIK'S Likins and Master Ray Golburn returned to their home in Caney from all over the county, but sup tiie 24th day of August, i9t2, asking that an election be held in said 3cgg3iGc8Rxapc86Dcgg ville, after spending a few days pose thfe people in general, that county, October 26th, 1912, for the purpose of submitting to the legal with Prof, and Mrs. T. H. live closer to other towns, travel voters of said county the question of whether the Fiscal Court of said Likins. Jacob Elder bought a other roads, all the year, except county shall issue and sell the bonds of said county in an amount not house and lot from P. A. Shelton some two or three times, he or she to exeeed the limit allowed under the Constitution and the Laws of the on Maple Avenue, consideration might need go to Mt. Vernon, then State of Kentucky, and under no circumstances'for an amount greater Dr. John 0. Moore, of it would be best for that person to than $100,000x0, said bonds to be sold and the proceeds arising thereSjii.oo Chicago 111., is with his brother have the pikes where they travel from .to be used in building and constructing turnpikes throughout Rockcastle Ccunty and through territory to be hereafter designated by James W Moore near this place. most " We beg to say that the pike the said Fiscal Court, and the Court being sufficiently advised, orders Mr. Vn re is a prominent physician of the" windy city. P passing over the route proposed! that said election be held at the time and for the purposes stated in said A. Shelton has moved his family namely, the old state road running- petition, and that T. J. Nicely, Sheriff of Rockcastle County, be and he to Williamsburg, Ky. Mr. Shel- through Brodhead, will not bene- is hereby directed to cause a poll to be opened and &a election to be ton is foreman of a railroad crew fit the town, nor be little benefit to held in the County ox" Rockcastjeon the 26th diy of October, 1912. and moved his family close to his the people, because this road is which is more than 60 days after the filing of said petition in said office part as much as aforesaid, and he will cause thepoll to be opened jin each and all of work. We regret to lose this not used where you will as any other road leading om-o- f family. estimable the voting precincts in said county? and he is directed io advertise said Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Durham, the town. election and the object thereof at.least 30 days next before the day thereo' beat of goods, which always find listed and little son Austin Sparks, of "I doubtj not that the same in some newspaper having the lar'gfest circulation iu the county and also Mt. Vernon, Cashier and Mrs A. would apply to Wildie, Livingston ,. by printed hand bills posted up at not less than four public places in of profit Goods are sold for fair M. Hiatt, Mr. and Mrs. John and other points in the county. each voting precinct in the county and at the court house door All Robbins and- - little daughter, Wow, what we want isUfor each legal voters of said co. nty shall be privileged to vote at said election. and soldjright are the kind of Mildred, spent a very pleasant ; magisterial district to receive its It is ordered that court adjourn. day with Mr. and Mrs. R. L proportional part of this amount, goods always L. W. Bethurum, jSmith, of the Hiatt section Sun- brought in from the sale of these Judge Rockcastle.County Court. always been to give day. Rev. A. J. Pike is attend- bonds, and let the pikes be built A true copy attest: S. F. Bowman, C. R, C. C. ing the debate near Science Hill', where the people say they shall customers gp, in that particular district, that ivery best goods between Rev. Holt a baptist and ' W. 6. Roberts, of the can be determined by the people Rev. Notice is hereby given that in obedience to the above order of the possible for the money. churchof Christ. The debate that want the money spent in County Court of Rockcastle County, I will cause an election to be held will last some three or four days. their direction, putting up more at the time and place indicated, from six o'clock a. m. until four o'clock customers for the patmoney than those on some other p. m., for the purposes set out in said order ; at A. E. The contest for the purpose of store'every Saturday is route. Thw you see will raise suf submitting to the legal voters of said county the qggstjon of whether continu-anc- e ronage ficient funis to build several addi- the Fiscal Court of said county shall issue and sell bjfljds'of said county orawinp large crowds. He gives tional miles of pike in the county, in an amount not to exceed the limit allowed under the Constitution away each Saturday, a the &et and'x.we' judge , the crowd aud it will encourage the people and tbe Laws of the State of Kentucky, and under no circumstances for will number 150 that '.regularly to' make better roads to connect an amount greater than $100,000.00; said bonds to be sold and the very attends JoeOarter and Wallace with these pikes, and in this way proceeds arising therefrom to be used in tbe building and construction Haggard sperit S3today afternoon we will have the pikes where tbe of turnpikes throughout Rockcastle County and through territory to be 'most people are benettted and the hereafter designated by said Fiscal Court. the- giiests';4f JR'i V-- Smftk Vernon, Barnes is ' very" sick most money raised to assist in Mrs. W. H. All legal voters of said county shall be privileged to vote at seid at the home of her parents, aear building this pike. election. ' ''Then the farmer that receives Bee Lick. MrvJaQh; Elder is This Sept. 19th, 1912, T J. Nicklky, Js visiting relatives near Quail tltefit, atfyantage of this route Sheriff Rockcastle Couaty. tu-fiel- d SIGNALISS-?uuu. wuui.. : jpftgra --sv rvii 'J 1 .g?.- - ,gr-3- . H. H. SEAVY For Congress ... TICKET Birdsell wagons SOLD BY North Main 1 r JOE NOE 2Q$E PEOPLE rn-in- g dj - n. ZZ 5-- e. Th klin Watch Shop ge Children Cry SL CASTORI A ORDER FOR ELECTION To GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER Brodhead 3XXX3CCXX he For Turnpikes At Mil yc$x$x$$3c ,13C$DeX3 JONAS JMENZIE Keep an; eye onthisspace - one-tent- h -- EACH WEEK, the margain a bought right pays to buy. that it Our Motro'has ithe to our Al-bright- 's to-w- it, nice-dinne- r - Thanking my in the past and asking a future, I am in truly, Yours JONAS McKENZE, Ky. Mt. $ pax shous EHHOUCjH 1 V- - ' k! ., jr. h.s 't, n ! tfsSB''1 f V, ,- - :'.4?,a li?. - I tJZft7W$-2?- reajdy. for you- all the up to date Mt. Vjsunon.Ky., Sept. 20, 1912 Jack Hysinger sold to Emmet slyjles for fall. SutTon & McBee. Burton 3 head of cattle for $121.5 For Sale: Fifty three head of W. M. Bullock, Read the order onnhe first pag cattle. t y w an tto Communl- nT7n Hansford, Ky. away, with the present system Sept 20 2t. doing te with SIGNAL of road working. "W. M. Bullock bought a fine i that', new Hampshire Down buck in LexNow is the time for Fall Suit and Fish's is the one ington for which be paid 25 00. U-- fK fo?ptt&"xn u --$?& r' JV""J."u MT. VERNON 'SIC Mt k. VearssBatasiSUoessitfRJHiysa Fish's - Vr"', . - 3 fiiiinlrrfifirMniiiiitrr .Ttr.lt..r..M - - , f - ii1W'tiitWitlt)ffl'itfWfT1rig'iEttrf'iJi n1.n . n mmTmfYmFmBwammEtBMxmaam mmmmtmamsmmsmmm ?.:! 9i. WANT straw Hats ing lo oav vou '25 cents for vnur old Steam Hat. We ant : buy every old Straw in the country. We will-notell you wivt we are going to do with them, but we will tell you that we are tired of seeing you wear them everybody is. They are-- public nuisance at this time of year, so we have planned to gather them in every old seedy straw-heapiece in this county. " .! good place to buy it. LOUISVILLC & N A1HVILLC R. R. CO. Diop in and see lhe new thing in Ladies Suit.- - at, TIME TABLE. 22 uortn 24 north 23 south Sutton & Mc3ee's. 4.46 p m If you wan t to work the Jroad 3:53 a m by taxatiou in place of working six days each year, vote for the ":38 a 12:19 2i South am bond issue. Fed Mullins, aged about 65, died Tuesday at his home near He leaves a wife and Hiatt. several children. SHOW DAY at' Mrs. Cleo W. Brown's Saturday Sept. 28th. This is the dav to seethe beautiful Pattern Hats. E are r t a J as. Landrum, Agent. You'll find ''more 'fine clothing 'Henry DeBord of near Crab than eVer this Fall ' at Sutton & Orchard died at Pine Hill Tuesday Phone No. 8. McBees don't fail to call and in- after an illness of two days. He Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice spect the new suits. was working for the K. P." mail matter. as second-clas- s Dr. S. C Da-- is sajs: School shoes in Selby and I am for the bond issue because Buster Brown, with low heels for PERSONAL good roads or pikes are educators, girls all sizes and all kinds of Henry Anderson was, over from moralizers, civilizers, and leather. Sutton & McBee. Brodbead Wednesday. -- over-work- ed 5warm Ha m d In order to do this we are going to " pull off " the most novel Hat stunt ever tried in this .country Chambers Oldham Jwill tske death. charge of the K. P. commissary at Cox who has tyA sister of W. H. Cottongim phoid is doing very nicely. died yesterday. We were unable We are glad to report Mr. S. to learn whether she was married H. Martin very much improvad. or .single, or the cause of her Miss Grace Club for the year will be held at Mr. and Mrs. Eberhart were in the home of Mrs. Albright tonight London Saturday. They at' 7:30. 'It is hoped that a" large ' there next week. number will be present. Mrs. Jalia Cooper is here from Eastern Star: Members of Crab Orchard the jruest of Mrs. Chapter No. 117 Order of Eastern C. C. Williams. Star are .earnestly requested to be Sheriff T. J. Niceley spent a present at next meeting Thursday portion of the week in Indianapolis Sept 26th at p. m. Matters of 7 with his father, B. F. Niceley. importance will be riscussed. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Mullins, of The first friction match made Newport have been with relatives in this country was at Zanesville here and in the county for ten Ohio as well as the first photograph daj's. produced, in America. Zanesville A. B Furnish and C D. Sutton is .the home town of Mrs. A. E. have returned from Martinsville Mjller Mt. Vernon's post master. Ind , each looking ten years For" Rent: One two story younger. building-,- ' Asher addition, Mt VerMr. Joseph. Surber is here from non, just back of the dormitory Junction City to see his sister, honse on Old Mrs. S C. Davis, who continues also a one story Main street, back of Court House. very sick. W. M. Bullock Mrs. Cleo Brown has returned "Sept. 2o'-tHansford, Ky. from Louisville and Cincinnati An enthusiastic good roads where she purchased her "fall meeting was held in the court styles in bats. A number of Monday. Will and Jonah 'Bryant have house This made. good speeches-wsrbaen home for few days from meeting of the Spring Lake and Morgan where was a committee. . . Remember .they tbey hatfe been telegraphing meet again in two weeks from Mrs. W. M. Poynter has re ,.; .. will-movr. e semi-monthl- y A-Tt-v. Pine Hill. , The firt meetjng of the Woman's Deputy U.S. Marshall, Frank Mullins, Deputy Sheriff Hermon Scoville and Chief Police Jonnson came down from London Saturday suspicious .and took three The characters to London jail. men are accused of the. robbery of Porters store in London two weeks ago and are being held awaiting tbe action ot the Laurel County Graud Jury. -- LISTEN, MEN! t Bring us the old straw you are wearing and we will allow you 25 cents for it on any purchase of one of our New Fall Styles. Bring in your old straw scare crows and help us rid the couatry of these unsightly objects. Remember, this offer is good only from now until Saturday night, September 28, J9J2. -- TEACHERS ASSOCIATION. Meeting of Teacher's Association of Educational Division No. 5 will be' held at Johuetta Sept. 28. PROGRAM Devotion, J. W. Lee Welcome address, J. W. Van Winkle Song, by association, The purpose of meeting, . . W. R. Dickeison Reading, Ethel Brown , . Discussion on reading, J. W. Cox and I. A. Chas.teen Recitation, . , Bailey Sampson Methods in, SpebMng I. A. Chasteen Mullins Essay, Knowing .Efow, J. W. Cox W. L- - Osborne. Recitation, .1- This FISH'S Store is Hat headquarters for Rockcastle County. We show the swellest shapes and colors for the young men and the most stylish and graceful for the older men who want to stay young. it We Stand By What tou Buy" -- vT.. v-iHTJi- nt v.?,i7r' -ns j .&1 uaifZs Livingston, -- ' Ky.; wann ats 1 for-two- or Editor j SepK 19, 1912. We Are Showing Twice As Many Styles In New Fall Hats As Any Store In This Connty. re-Alto- Franklin Allison, jlias Frank captured tonight. as be was pie must nave Better roaas an 1 who ha,s beenileasing coal, turning to his boarding bouse after he laborers need the money which lbatdayv . .... '..1 . . all day with a tarded from a visit to her "daughAl- - lands iu the southern- - part of the having worked ,jthe construction will bring. A large crowd heard Judge Thompson at . Crab three years, and paving gang. The detectives county ter. Mrs. ,t'aough I .taxpayer in C. C Orchard, who. accompanied he1" L- - W Bethufura'and ..Rockcastle, I shall Vote for .'he presumably promoting 'a railroad, followed" Miss Maude Iroler, of Williams speak at Boiling Springs home. in was arr ited and taken .to Danville, Mount, Airy, Va., where she en ie bond issue Und sHalf' . last 'Saturday on the good roads to answer an indictment to De' Moines to he with lil-- " ed every way possible . to belp ' QKr rv John Brad Cummins was gnestionw-- It' was an enthusiastic she was to ha'e for fo'gery. "He is now on the wards, whom insane by a jury in Judge this questjOBto : victory, ;for it meeting and nine out ot every. wherejhe-fough- t Wh'en she marriVl tonight'. to road to the pen Beihurums court Wednesday and ten men tHey? met were for the I was sent to State hospital Lexto build' pikesr 'Th-Jbe- t way', to have been several yiars' ago and stepps. into the hording house bond issue to build roads. where the two men lived this of some of our citizens would have ington. .benefit tuVreatesLTv-nutnb.e.V- ' ,v488wifefMSwkfeft:&-- .i. been better off. morning, the officers entered hist 1 jjcujjic uuwMS-- i iuc JE. BuUfcckK representative ' for J'Th'mjrfncNbly" will be the jdui behiuc' h.?r and arrested Allen, Eeh Beaverson & Co.. returned subject of the 'pastor's sermon at bonds, get the money in circula. Church next tion and to have all the additional BROWN 'MEMORIAL" SCHOOL who surrendered with no show of from Louisville, where has bee'n the Presbyterian fight. Allen declared the courtEverybody benefits the pikes will bring. for tbe past two 'weeks, and says Sunday morning. ' " Several new girls have entered house tragedy was the fault of the H. W. Bowman. evening there that he Has had a splendid busi- welcome. court officers, who, he said, began school during the week. ' '" wULbe.a" ..union .meeting at. the ness. " The tenis court is being put shooting. The two men say they Conway, Ky Court House in the interest of . J. A. Landrum went as far into good condition and the girls bid in the mountains for awhile Sept. 9. I912 KuojeviJle with his daughter Mjss Temperance, addressed by Supt. after the tragedy, and then got have begun practice 'upon-itBeraice 'Wednesday, on her way to Pjilmepof the AntirSaloon L.eagiie.J Editor Signal, stopping Mrs. Frost, wife of President over into Kentucky, Mt. Verppn, Ky., ""." , Lloyd the Miryvtlle College. - Berea, Jailor J. S Langford says of the Dear it-- :days in Louisville. They visited the several Frost, of Slaret held thiags down at depot eood roads tnovemenfcf-r-- . . M dormitory last week "and gave a alsb visited in St. Louis. I am pleased with the move that during his absence. I heartily endorse the" move now the good people of Rockcastle most helpful chapel talk on'Thurs &Ceshack Gentry and wife left being agitated to get good roa, ds WHAT WE NEVER FORGET turn day morning. Wednesday morning for Hiunts-vill- in our county. This is the only r."'unty are making toward On Friday morning Rev. N. A. according to science, are the tbiuks Toads in Ohio in answer to a telegram way to get roads and I earnestly pikes. Have been talking n associated with our early home life, Palmer, President of-- 'the stating that Mrs. Hosack the appeal to mv friends to join in; the, my section for the last three years Ljeague, Qf --Kentucky ad- such as Bucklen's Arnica Salve, mother of Mrs. Gentry bad her. fight and cast your vote for-- the besides )ave spent $50.00 for a dressed the students -- at chapel that mother or- - grandmother used npw! road in my section which is to cure our .burns, boils, scalds, hip broken bv a fall. bond,issuQ onv Oct. - 26th. 1912. ' not 'yet complete, but am still on Wednesday morning- and told sores, skin . eruptions, cuts, Judge R. G. Williams accompanus ot his trip"to 'NewYork-- in sprainesor brnises Forty years Landrum Cc uncil" No. 69 at-- its working. ied his mother home from Coving meeting. Monday- - of cures prove its merit. Unrival last elected Jbe t Have not met but ona man in an interesting- - talk. ton and spent fiom Saturday until It has come- to be ed for piles, corns or cold sores. following officers:. James "Maref, mypeighborhopd that is opposed Monday here. The Judge feels a that a- -' training in"-- ' Domestic Only 25. cents at Chas. C. Davis. Master; Rev. Geo. S'. Watsonj to the bond issue and his reasun very great interest in the success Deputy Master; Dr. D. B. South-ard- k is that we are axed too high now. Science is a, most., essential- part The first revolvers made were question in Rockcastle. of tbe road ssince the P. 0. W.,; A?.;: B. .Furnish', Hi,s.taxes 'onthe bond issue would of a. girls educations of the old ''pepper box or come W, R, McClure, while helping treasurer; S. C. Franklin; recorder; be perhaps less than 2.00 per highest idea a girl .cairwhave is guick pattern". .There was no laid a telephone pole, was caught James sEroctoV ;C. x:oi: :G; fr A' year arid yet be pre.'ers to work 6 thatiof being a." real accuracy in their shooting and it in a way that his leg was broken Dailev C. of C: 0. A. Ferguson, days on a county road on which he Tolthat - end our classes in Home was often ,sa.id "vou coulden'thUt just above ffce .ankle., ; It .was a rStewardj-J- . i&X'andtf&'n. Sentinelcari'onJy-traveUabou- t four months Economics have been arranged to the side ot, ,a, barn with jkh.enaj jneth'ods of bad break, bjjt re are glad to say in the year costing him aboutf give the best practical uid Cull thought he Avpuld 'have a decare of the home that he is doing as svflll as could be : George Taylor,..a;gopd,citfceu ftf cinch on a bet that he could do it. expected. the Buckeye section died Sunday ..This is aboutf as good excuse as partment and some of the? most He went 1ntQ the For J, M. Reynolds the prosperous' morning after suffering four years . anyoneoppos'ed could make and important . underlying principles door shut Wseyesbarn closed the alwaysbowel complaints in children give Chamberlain's Colic, and fired. On He leaves a that is not a very good one for me. governing them. Not only does, fcowa with lung trouble. Bee Lick merchant was in Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and searching for the lodged built on Wednesday on business. When widow, fcjpo 'sons' and three' dahgn-- ' " You ca'ri count on me being for the course .deal with cooking and castor oil. It is certain to effect a sewing but includes "also he. "the side of the barn" he fonnd cure, and when reduced with water asked about tbe roads out bis ters to mourn the ?pss. The two, the bond issue. laundr wprk, cqre of children, tLa,t it had passed through a knot a'nd sweetened is pleasant to take. way he said they were in "such a sons', Gene, who is growrj,;and yours trujy, invalid qookery, first aid to the nole striking and killing one of No physician can prescribe a better condition a p..rt of the way that be Johnny, aged I2, are at ..hotnev . M. A. Chastepn, Cull lost remedy. For sale by Chas. C. inj".ry, care of the sick, home his fathers lat shoats. had to take his horse out of his Tbe three daughter, Mrs. Alfred' h.is bet, a "pepper box" and his 'Davis. dec at Ion, and tableservice. buggy, borrow a saddle and con- Bryant, Mrs. Elmer .Dowell .and v SAf.B: Owing to coh father a hog. tinue the trip on horse back. Mrs. John Treadway all live in tinuedj-il- l health and being obliged COURTESY. 4 You can easily guess how this man this county., OF VIRGINIA OUT- .:s :. -. jvill LAST to SBek" another climate I w 1 ' ' LAWS CA.UGHT. "I have a world of' confidence in Courtesy advancement, to, those. stands on tbe Good Road question. must be light, franchise was offer at, public sale at my place An electric Ghamberlain.'s Cough Remedy for Who desire . , . is essential ues M,omes, towa, sept. 15 sold Tuesday," Mr.T. E: Si orfp," one mile" horth of Level Green on I have used it with perfect suc- accepted as a fact. It LOCAL of Danville being the n.urcbaser. Somerset road . 7 miles from Mt. 1 Sidna Allen, leader of ,the clan cess," writes Mrs. M. t. Basford, not only " thV transaction of We understand 'that Mr. 15hoop Vernon, oK Saturday September', that.( shpt up the Carroll county Poolesville, Md.' For sale by Chas. ordinary 'business, as between z Fish is paying 2 s cts. for old Davis. officials, but as a 'employes will commence at opeghe er gctiou; 28, 1912: 1 pair good work mules court house, at Hillsville, Va.. C straw rhats. ptoCk InrTrade in dealing with year old horses, 1 killing JudgeAMasind . of the plant. , Electric lights are ; head 2 and 3 thers ;SS. c . in on that old straw hat. one of the'lbng'i fel wants' of. Mt. splendid milch cow, 1 farm wagon, and his nebhetw;WeslejSdwards NEW AUTUMN! MILIilNERY wilhhVpublicQf valaenot only Cash sste r. " a Xt6 fceod for a quarter aty Fish's e,rnon asdwith this one great' 1 buggy and harness, farming are in jail herefasXlult of love fmntoyebM to ,i , he Mrnpanj$-- W1 today t it addition .'weVill confidently look implements, household, and kitcbej affairs which led the (f detectives Liajesti.in jjifimmea-.tiarjil oaa T 3 Heal IwitM. other of Dr. forward to other industries which furniture. Also the fine saddle 0 them. Both announced their and Faiicy Feathers. geepotice in this issue lww8: sm iw-secnvingl Togo , .wfllingness to Teturn 10 Virginia quartersor tbe.besr ja .Milhnfejfe G, Bf Lawrence's sale of live have been kept out by reason of and harness stallion withput .reqUisition.- - tiiittrordc vac .! aMytrvAUAnf arjs rw Y.iarnzt i5f f . i I nnrfifi G. B. LAWRXttCg not having thehgfcts. -t. . stocetc. on. Sept. 28th. Tn, am-a-latge de-ilV- .good roads The .bdnd ; issue for should win. The peo- - Tiu-jHiiy- Look for Special 17 uy;-?ciiui- Announcement in this space next -- . -- a-- ? !..'. . week . e, Anti-S,alQo- -- "' - E. L. COCKRELL -- Livingston, Ky. tfteH .in--ever- 'i many other ways hav been successful. Extract from Bulletin, Illinois Railroad Co. Hon. H. H. Seave, candidate for Congress on the Progressive ticket in the Eleventh district, attended the Fair here two days last week. It was his first visit to Moaroe county and be was very favorably impressed with our fair aad our county generaJU:-WbJlk-- re be met many votenrpof the coMaty and laid his case belon; tbesr. He is a. very affable geatJeaMi-an- d made a good mpnWo--axi- ng his sbojt stay s as. to fee very coafideaC of. hi electa yl since tae district JorRoosevolt ad e t -- -- ... Puiic 1 x -- C- .. w- j? ad iMf He-seeta- -- is-stS- '"" mK&i&iijm&pvfy. :k y r r 1 Prpgr-ftye-llck.Topkia- sve ,:'? t"s' '' 1l j&&?.jrioinww&m -- . j- y . rt-&s&- . :-- m . . -- ' w . . ? u rvr; em SWj!WW V. I- - - w m v- 't iT CAfiT --, rji- . - C2'-- :cry Cry " r- eTu.ZL rf i- - ' Km I V -- ' X . A. 1 i 3.CT3 O'A PAP- - 'i ! rriMtirfii?iiiir-VifttiirirtrrriifiT- i 'i'yrA BEHMUrek - f l w l .a: ' - " Mrs. Woodrow Wilson Has Jue back." Tor Infants and Children. 0 Miss Hardin' arose hastily and 'slomaLli and orfiaaj of diction and nutrition cided Views on Subject. . uativuo i...n.,.'iI Kind You Tht school wadurah with horror. asked if she miyht see the sick li- - m U.o ttomat- arj cur. a wuuyi rno rrnTTTiiun. Elm . u ,;-- ,,i, up "boy. As she entered the room of on eCbrt ir.sda by the Irvcr to eaten alt No one had ever questioned any -- , 1 have 1. ouad Iha li.jcovcry io uc Irh . iiteu.ent of Miss Hardiu. Tins Chester was tossing feverishly on AN ,, , it NAMES. IN ERROR Lliis pillow. When he caught "I H hero aaa myIndhrestion was i evolution indeed! .. . ct ic.'.,iw...Lr" ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT. J .ni.il with . W )om.uiK.;i "O .' r..TwMAaioWnj.mimpr- - . ;.,.. '. a worn ightof Miss Haidin he said, in a AYcgclablePrcparalionforAs-sirailaiinn 1' w uhiouc is ? she gave the dpfd 'i::t ", reecivou " j.-"- : iteFoodan(IRcguli-lini nTtnrapleading voice: "But they really Wifa of Democratic Candidate GWmI i i rac.iv: Lh t in urtin in sharp signal for the school to rise cuu&cu u " nearly tr. t Uic Siomadis aMBovelsof lit slcop ;,,e alUouirh I was hungry lid take him back, Miss Hardm !" Out Letter Taking Strong Stand on; V;V tnkhi!; vour ' Golden jUetncai uiscov-?Vn- ''l and march. stomach troubla Smoking Habit. bo'tlw am nearly ciiml of Half an hour later she came into And the Cz.ir of the Cumber''fn'.'-'-'.t:-"-!! .vr .r:iijiod fifto"ii pounds In weight, good work." . all nwress la your wls-the class room where Chester sat land bent ove. him aud gently JJew York. For the first time sine! r y j" rn Promofes DteestionJCfce erfd- .ii miserably over his bonks . smoothed back his hair, murmur Woodrow Wilson became the Demo--i poring ness and Itesriontalnsreittacrutlc presidential candidate has Mrs. jOpiuniIorphiae norfrtaral "Chester Landon", she said ing tenderly, "I know they did, Wilson appeared. She attended in WOT NARCOTIC. sharph . ''vnuhavc disputed rav Chester. It i nil rio-htWe person her husband's daily conference1 tF W m &' reporters, although heretofore EeapeofOlilkSMILFIinm word; vou have deliberately told want you to hurry and Ker well with she has made special requests that sho Bsef&b Sad' m a falsehood. Such a thing can 'enough to come bick to school. jUxSama be not quoted nor written about in the: m& bw JtxMeSM- tTake your A week later as Miss Haidin papers. i.ot be coutenanced. rn JbweSicd Fft' ftfvmnh- tWhat Mrs. Wilson wished to have, books and go home and do not loosed down the aisle and saw m Our line of Couch Caskets iSiCaikaakiaa v fully understood was that if she beItem Seed-qome back until yon are ready to that Chester Landon was in hi.-- comes is unexcelled the flrst lady of the land she confess your untruth to the eat, .she instinctively turned tne will not. as has been-saiin a widely Hand-mad- e Collins furnished Aperfect Remedy for Consflpa: Ah leaves of her llible from Prov. rV distributed Interview, have packages assembled school". t inn Smir Smmach.Dlarrhoa m 1m mm9 of cigarettes in ber personal desk at Hearse sent to all parts of The boy dropped his head 10 the New Testament, and, with the White House and indulge in smokYornis.CoiivulsioTis.Feveiist quickly as it' a lash hadstrurk him a new and sof tmed light in hri ing them with her callers. the County IIBSS aiulLOSS OF SLEEP. Through Governor "Wilson. Mrs. WilThen he lifted his burning face and lace, she read slowly and n verentlv " TacSinule Signature of Eoja' "AITbrdsrs by Wire Promptly Filled son asked that publicity bo given to a met Miss Hardin's eyes with the wonderful Chapter ol tin ssss letter she had written to the editor of such an agony of shame in his own beatitudes. the State Journal at Columbus, 0.. lEverfi. :;;;: . Tux Centaur CompauX K322 that she turned away. When she When he came to the seventh repudiating an alleged interview with NEW YORK.. BCMWC looked hack from the class room ver.se: "Blessed are thu mercitti. her In which she defended cigarette 1)4 S MT. VERNON, KY KKftQi Phone smoklug for women. The interview liii..'' door, Ch sier was gone. for they shall obtain mercv", she had come to her hi a letter signed Thereafter the pupils tiptoed into paused and Iookcq over the sclmo "American Citizen," which said: ;dertheFoodSJ Guarantc Dear Madam 1 can the chape! wiih more than usual with a smile, the like of whtcu any greater calamity toscarcely think of the younff womcamion and the rule of fear was no one had ever seen on her face en of the natlvn than to read such a r1.- Exact Copy of Wrapper. TMC CtHTAUK COMPANY. RCW TOMS CITY. your Interview offers them. Hi severity than She was pale, but her voice was preachment as en'orced am a worklngman. and l'see men lose their Jobs almost because they ever. But even the scholars quite steady as she repeated dis- are Incapacitated every, day"by tha use of for work Tc-da- y the cigarette. It'smokins does this for noticed a troubled look in Miss tinctly: strong men what'-wUit do for girls and Hardin's face, as morning after ''Pupils, I wronged Chester women? To-morrow The "Interview" was 'Indeed a cor-dimorning she looked down the Landon. He told the truth. 1 Indorsement of the woman smokchapel aisle to Chester Landon 's beg his pardon." er. Here are some of Its assuring seat and observed that it was still ouly a vision, The school room was as still a phrases. aH credited to Mrs. Wilson: YHSTKRDAY is hut a dream, well lixed makes every yesterday a dream of hapbut "A woman writer for a syndicate of empty. death. And as Miss Hardin in : DD. a vision ufhope. Therefore piness and every Sunday newspapers r asked Mrs. bring your account to noL yesterday nor Word came finally just at chapel softened voice went on reading. if she agreed with ( smokopinion time that Chester was sick. That "Blessed are the pure in hearc for BANK OF MT. VERNON PRACTICAL THE they shall see God", some of the ing of cigarettes by women. She smilmorning only a lew verses of UNDERTAKERS ingly exhibited three cigarette boxes Tlien our hope is that all your moneys will bring you happiProverbs were read, and chape boys gulped hard; aud some of the piled in the corner of (her desk, all but ness, and prosperity, ami all your recollections of yesterday will FUNERAL DIRECTORS, Viring you Treat satisfaction and all your dealings and relations empty. was dismissed without any little girls were openly crying. with this Bank will bring you great prosperity. Th-- y and "'Why shouldn't a woman smoke if did not know wtiv. Bu sermon. A few minutes later Miss Etf KILMERS' they Were conscious that a nev she enjoys It?' she ojueried. WIT. Haidin was seen going down the " 'Why hasn't shejust as much right KENTUCKY XJBfc Mt. Vernon, Ky. iS5fcSijsaiJ hill path and across the valley spirit had touched Miss Hardin-- a to u cigarette as a man? Certainly 1 m" W. L. RICHARDS, Cashier" C. C. WIIJJMS, President. spirit which was to make ne. agree with Mrs. Atherton that any extoward Chester Landou's home. isting prejudice against women smokThe softness of summer linger-- as much loved thereafter as .u lug Is to the last silly and absurd. .iL. s She is m ed in the September air. "Wisps had once been feared. '"Smoking cigarettes Is a question : Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of of haze climbed slowly from the longer the Czar of the Cumber-lands- . of manners, not morals. It promotes COVE good fellowship. C She bears a bet'er tub work for the company. crisp, yellow grass of the meadow " 'Some women feel that a cigarette pasture, and drifted against a flame now. As queen of her school calms their nerves and helps their ErOrders by wire promptly tilled. Hearse sent to all points Mr. and .Mr's. Anderson of crimson on the distant hills realm she reigns Mipreme in her brains into working order. Personally and daughters Lula Mae smoklug diffuses my thoughts instead like a blur of sm ike over a pupils faithful hearts. Manager of concentrating them. I enjoy It as 1 and Addie'visflCd Mr and Mrs. hunter's camp-firThe path enjoy after dinner coffee. Both aro E Office Mt, Vernon Monumental Building A TEXAS WONUiift PHONE 112 Jasper Owens Friday until Sunthrough the woods was very The Texas Wonder cures ktdne pleasant ways of ending, and finishing Shepherd was day. Miss Docie still. Miss Hardin followed it and bladder troubles, removiny off; both add to conviviality and good iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiimmiiimmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimii fellowship.' " guest of Mi.s Helen Hackney Over U, G. Baker's Store. the automatically. It seemed a long gravel, cures diabets, weak aflThe editor of the Journal, Suudav. Mrs J. V. liiddie and Crown and Bridge Work a specialty. ame backs, time since Chester had raced down irregularities rheumatism and al it was clear, had been much Incensed All work guaranteed. of the kidneys anc. at the apologies for daughters. Maltie and Hazel have habit the narrow beaten trail, his books in boty men and women. Regu among women attributed to Mrs. Wilvisiting Airs. Riddle's father been under his arm. lates bladder troubles in chibreu. son, us he wrote on Aug. 10 an editoMr. W. M. Hayes at Conway. "You have deliberately told a If not sold by your druggist, will rial In "which be. called for the defeat Mi. and Mrs. R. B. Shepherd have falsehood. Tike vour books and Wser.t bv mail on receipt oi of .Governor Wilson or a repudiation home after visiting relafrom his wife. If. there wus no misletunu-go home and do not come back $1.00. One small bottle in two take about It he wrote. "Mrs. Wood-roAll women, who suffer from the aches and pains, due Miss in Owfiley county. tives months treatment, and seldom Wilson shouldn't be mistress of Mt Vernon, Ky' jintil you are ready to coufess your tails to perfect a cure. io female ailments, are urged to try Cardui, the reliable, Send for Winnie Falin has entered the untruth to the assembled scbooL' testimonials from his and other the White House." scientific, tonic remedy, for women. Cardui acts promptly, Richmond Normal school.--Mis- s office in the late residence Home and If the Ohio editor It was the command of the Czar states. Dr. E.r W. Hall, 2926 Wilson was certainlywas emphatic Mrs. yet gently, and without bad effects, on the womanly system, Vernon Dr. Myers formerly occupied on Old so. Aftnot less Onie Silvers was in Mt. of the Cumberland- - and Chester Olive street Louis, Mo. Sold b er the reporters had said they would relieving pain, building up strength, regulating the system, Saturday having dental work Main St.,; Mt. Vernon. gladly publish her tetter to the Ohio had obeyed. Was the door of Druggist. and toning up the nerves. During the past half century, done. editor sho asked for an hour's time In Chester's house closed? Miss thousands of ladies have written to tell of the quick curative C. C. The R?v. had am.uijpt his which to write one. This was what Mr. and MrfCEdgar Livesay Hardin caught at a branch of parishioners an elderly spinster. she prepared: results they obtained, from the use of this well-knomedicine. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. 2ATT0RNEY-AT-LAspent Dear Sir I have Just received a copy of Mimac that flung a scarlet barrier He desired to honor this spinster Geirge Parrett- .- Mrs. Cora Currv the Journal with your editorial entitled MT. VERNON. ICY. across the leafy path. by introducing her to the bishop. SmoklncWomen," and I beg leave to was the guest of Mrs. oi Olite Ky., thevstatement that I apOFFICE. - On 2nd. floor o! "Chester London, has a man The prove of smoking cigarettes. W. A. Falin Thursday.--Jon- ah The Bank of Mt. Vernon , on Church ever been taken back by the rail- He meant well in this introduction interview.women which your editorial The upon was but he worded it thus: Bryant lias returned to Morgan street. Special attention given based Is a I intensely VfominTonic road after he once deserted h;s womthe cigarette smoking ''Bishop, permit me to present Uen In fact.' so strong Is myhabit foron theKy., atter speuding a tew davs to collections. feeling post?1.' to vou one of thy er one of my subject tnat my real danger lies in being Phone No. 80. with bomeiolks. Zack Allen is unjust and unklndin my Judgment of "They have done it, Miss Har- oldest sheep." Mrs. Jane Callehan suffered from womanly trouble for those who differ with me in this respect. doing some carpenter work for Why the brave sttady But certainly no woman in our housedin" nearly ten years. In a letter from Whiteville, N. C, she J. W. Riddle. Mrs. Eva Proctor hold ever ever wUl smoke. Quite I was not able to do my own housework. My voice of the boy was echoing now DIGESTION AND ASSIMILA apart, fromhas orbad taste of it. I believe says : the oi Orlaudo, spent Fiiday with with you that It has an extremely injuriTION through the breathless quiet. A stomach was weak, and my blood was wrong. I had backNtlson ous effect on the nerves. Mrs. James Bullock UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER sob rose in the Czar's throat. ELLEN A. WILSON. ache, and was very weak. I tried several doctors, but they It is not the quantity of fooc" Hurst, of Nathan. Ky , is visiting (Mrs. Woodrow Wilson.) did me no good. I used Cardui for 3 or 4 months, and now "He was the "best boy in my taken hut the amount digested anr Governor Wilson, In approvlngvthe his sister, Mrs. R. B. Shepherd I am in the best health I have ever been. I can never praise '! She repeated the words assimilated that gives streugth anc letter sent out by 'Mrs. Wilson, offered school Day Snvart is making molasses and" vitality to the system. Cham- what he thought might prove an exCardui enough." U is the best tonic, for women. brokeuly. They were flung back this weel -- Eld.- f . W. Riddle atberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab- planation for the Interview. Whether seriously sick, or simply weak, try Cardui to her in mockery, "The best boy lets invigorate the stomach anc tended tb- - i.urrying of Mr. George "I do not think It was maliciously Inin my school." Write to: LtdW Advisor Dept, Chattanooia Medicine Co.. ChattaBoon. Tau liver and. enable them to perforn vented." he said. "There is a rather Taylor, near Wild'?. Sunday.- -r ter Sfitcial butructiaiu. tad book. Home Treatment for Women." Mat tree J SS F01 well known writer who signs herself their function'? naturally. Mr. Landon met her at the .7. Bofeing visited relatives in Mt. Mrs. Wilson Woodrow. and she no sale by Chas. C. Davis. door and ushered her into the Yernou Saturday and Sunday. loubt has been confused with Mrs. little darkened parlor. Big Ben, tre clock in one of the Wilson." The Minnie Parrett was the Miss Mrs. Wllsoa Woodrow was formerly mountaineer offered her a chair, towers of House of Parliament gue.it of her sister, Mrs. Levi married to a relative of Governor Wiland asked with the gentle courtesy London was for many j ears the son, and it Is understood that her views Pennington Friday. There will if she would have a drink of water. largest clock in the world. It.' on the matter of women who smoke lie singing at the school house But Miss Hardin sat on the edge variation is less than one second are different from those held In the Saturday night. Mrs J. Boreing household of the Democratic candidate of the chair clasping her hands a week. The largest timepiece spent Saturday Slight and Sunday rigidly, finally speaking in a now on the globe is that erected The divided Republican party Is like Torn Eagan, with her .sisterthe 6oy "blowing trained voice: ior the Colgates in Jersey Cit , There wlU be,, a jlotagainst the wind." of near , Orlando. -- rMr. and- - Mrs. of bluster, but It "Is Chester very sick. Mr. Lan ;N. J. It requires a weight oi will not take votes away from Wilson Tenn Sharp and children have l . Tioo pounds to lift add carry one tmd Marshall. don? she asked. returned to, their home at Paris, "I am afraid he is" Mr. Landon of its hour hands. niter visiting relatives in this Winning with Wilson means more i replied. ''Ypusee, Miss Hardin vicinity. than a 'mere Democratic victory; it he has worried a great deal over means restoring real prosperity. The bby that trouble in school. That Tennyson or Longfellow could take a worthless Wilson Is the best 'equipped man sheet of paper and write a poem on it and make it worth reallv couldn't go back and tell nominated for the presidency since I $75.0OO-tha- ts genius and there are others who can you he had lied, for he hadn't', Lincoln. Mount Vernon Monumental write a few words on a sheet of paper and make it worth oh and take a look at Step For Infants and Children. was the man who Miss Hardin, 8,000.000 -- that's capital and this ration ot ours can fake Geqrge W. Ypu Have Always Bought report for duty at the your house. . Doesn't it need rogressire. Perkins to. sure a "bally" failed to The KW . an ounce and a quartea of gold and stamp upon it an Eagle-bir- d -? I '.WORKS jm jnow is the time nuntmpf railroad office. money and some of our and make it worth $20.-tba- t's ' ' Bears the to have it done. Paint before SAYS 'Lit happened this way: UNCLE EZRA I wa? yoeng ladies will buy a hat for $1.25 bnt prefere one 'that ;Tid 'Signature of . and teJej:r?Pb agent at a little Station the winter rain and snow becost $35.-tha- t's foolishness. I might sign ray name to a "It don't take more'n a gill uv Wp. herein. tbe It is gins to fly. Hanna's Green efiort to git folks into a peck of naountafii;-- . ceeque for a $1,000,000, but it wouldn't be worth a dime-tha- t's Granite 'Monuhientgof all iSeal. The made - to wear jjBa,switch and rouge. But some people will tell you that they can f" Estimates fuJnisfiiS hoe,'sthe one lived and one Paints are the right kind to rouble" and a little, neglect of con kinds. tipation, biliousness,, indigestion 'iGoing home 'rather late- the in. One I serveyou as well as Chink but-tha- t's nonsense-tr- y me. on annlicatibn.T. FtirmulaVon every pack- r other liver derangement will do b wMen rwenrhome after use. oVber bightspld "CU met 'in the law' v'W ailing, take Dr. he same. If top u. J w HjSS o rjopiy . cllifci r fehe office at teu o'clock I age. For 4ale y roadaEJThltntight was the link's New Life Pills for quick jaJw jt fc i fotffiof ';mv wife workinp-rwitMH'fig rooster escaped, from. ...Sun- Pone 112 Easy, safe, sure, and 'esults. " XftteflK & jH..Wasjust a. .baby and Erptfaers fibow 'Gytt :i?aPd into nly ,2s cents at CbaSi C. Davis, -- ' ui. ' sij., . .j .r,"i.ii;i; j i j. : i. r -j aensc aio. outhor I tL Iv dc?3 not ti.- - fanner treat his own i 12 puts USCK in pnua .nd would grow poor. 1 -- ops, or the jk into his b :y the Mtai oemems KM v dtii in. .cpd by come ciiromc ;t:c of :ny Doctor . .. i i.t'n nnwer. It gives strength: it IW .Li) lo . li ww..-.- (, .!.,. i'i'-which 1.1:2 lac phospuau-to t'..a l.l.?od. It is ucuuu.w.. lhc cca fiat buiW . lie crops. 1 ffiE GEL vrjgZZT--;- ttUt'l ililiinHnTmythWIgratrminrTltTr J ziZr. gmaMiBi Tn nilMiuTKl CZftR 6f tha CUMBERLANDS thirty miles away over in Lost LA.I?-iJ'f- mil nil r in - i 'XtJ ' ' ' ' - k, ':. - B?fitoimnnriMaB 2L By miss 6r&: $s6n From Peoplt'd Home jOuMial.) 'l.ji. ,-v? (Continued from last week.) Valley. I went for hira and Qidu't get back until late the next day. The railroad men heard .about piy abseiice, they dismissed CIGARETTES ARE BAD FOR WOMEN De- -' -- is - s y "Thev rT-jf'-- .., ir." r.-tr!le-al Discovery j-- Hiitdip' , Dis- unclasping his hands. lave done hesail. slowly me, and then, when the matter it. Miss was explained to them, they took clasping-an- m ftii lfySimm GASTORIA The Have " Ko-d-irck- uimu .,!? W-.ii,-; Always Bought -- "''rrri-rTwm- g g i- Va "'"".. Bears the Signature of urn, ?,.. I m iii. - AtF . hs iW'h i t& TAKSJS lis In i d J r Use I For Over 1 w. a. cox,i Thirty Years GASTORIA with-greate- r 1 sterday w to-da- l ul W gniinniin'MiiininiiniMniiiiinniniiiinininiiiiiiiiiiiiK TO-DA- Y to-da- Wood-roufljvils- on y n's of-th- e I xl. mm CMET - 1 3 j II : THE BANK OF VERNON H 5 ; I OUCH METAL! CCASKETS Coffins and Robes. g iS J. P. Bur-dett- ;. Dentist R55iV 3 j H GEORGE OWENS, e. 3 Ohio-Stat- e e W. T. FRANCIS, d Dentist Blood Was Wrong soffiy w Williams, wn pure-Inventio- dla-lil- to LA R D U I J TAKE J. C. McCLARY . xt Stanford. Kv. eSssS2 $3&pc&: - Mr CRAST Cy DAVIS THE DRUGGIST SAYS Your House Needs CASTOR A 7 PAINTiNQ -- f .. McHniufactrer; of - ot - -- T- "' . o:j - - .i tor an nour ji 'rr' r : .rLtl UHER J j omyiQ e doctoi fide zrrwr- uipuumiiis. - cre WHS in all the country had fbuch 1m FJ. B. KNOJE CKIIctrfein FOI FLETCHER'S , . t. Yours truly C. C. DAVIS, Mt. Vernon, Ky. . HHH er ' RIA CMldxen-jCt w ..PHOXE No. 39 V" CASTtO FOIUFXETCHEm rat ,4 RlHyw