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FRIDAY , SEPTEMBER 27. 1912 DUMBER 52 TXX2 II KG lip lip 1L '3 Ml f l " i Pi Spiro. Little John Francisco bus been on the sick list this week Mrs. Margaret Cook, of Los Angles, Cal., is the gur-s-t of her brother. Rev. A. J. Pike She will be here v ntil after the "Pike Family Reunion," which is to bo held Sunday the 29th Everybody is invited to attend. A grand time is being planned and a crowd is ox pec ted It it, i large planned to meet at the fair grounds' park at 9:30 a.m. And after devotional exercises, the Reunion Sermon rill be preached, and after that some good Htig'mg and then comes the good old-fashion- ed vmmmi NITRO CLUB mttoj.u J 17 zzmnw a vj XV S2a 1MB? Q HELLS K -- VP kf 1 CLUB OT lz t lzj M-?:- - x f I .Sir basket dinner. EveryTrouble ahead for the Ueminoton Cubs aUo the dog. fe tv i(( 4 , .V M ill .MfrjAVf&MZl&7l&&jf-.vM0i(f, a come and bring a The good basket. roads advocates are especially inyited, as this will bo a good time to talk bond issue as the people of this part of the county will be benefitted by good in ."or from ination tint can e Ihifi meeting.--ThHolmes meeting that is being held by Kev. S. body is invited well-filled t- - known as the "old reliable yellow shells" for over 50 years set the black powder standard. JMew Club Shot Shells The No. 2 Primer gives a sure, quick, snappy ignition seldom found in black powder loads. Or if you prefer smokeless powder, shoot Nitro Club Steel Lined Shot Shells for speed plus pattern in any make of shotgun. Jemlnglori-UMC G Perry, of Lrmrion, will clo-.- e REMINGTON ARMS-UNIO- N wlsiHllslI about the latter part of this week -- Kev. E M. Armitage will begin a protracted meeting at the Methodist church one night this week. Mrs J. W. Mink, of Richmond, is with her parents a few days this week. H. L Tharp was in Shelby City. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Painter are with their parents here this week. - Homer Uallin was in town this week. 299 Broadway .... METALLIC CARTRIDGE CO. New York Cty H IIHIV.WW s?tUJU'Muwii'i'iWttt4Wfcl'WuurUsC CLCVetANO.Ol-II! wm so apt to burn. Repairs cost . Insurance costs less. Painting costs less. Does not Your property is always worth more. Costs very little more than frame hivlding when WSf CHESTER GRANITE BR.CK. Ask le.-h- BUILD Your House of Stone or BRICK It is not us for pr ces. Cooler in summer. Warmer in winter. depreciate in value. von build with the ei i .. b smtm You're Mi with X I. fclile Guarantee Insist on Betting 16 lIEN.tlio inside pocket of the next suit or overcoat you buy contains a Cloth ppointmeut in material sati-factor- craft Guarantee you are safe against any defect or or making. wear ami hcrwuc - JUDGE W. R. CRESS SPEAKS FOR THE BOND ISSUE Mo-iticello, Ihe Clotlicraft Guarantee absolutely assures KJ. 23. IO12. nil-wo- ol cloth, honest tailoring, lasting shape, F y Sept. H I Mt. Vtrnon, K.y., Dei: Mr. Albright: t un..n i.n n,nini,:,, ;d, ;nnr LOOK FOR THE GUARANTEE IN THE POOKET GRANITE, est the fight that is being made in jJamujcUin-rr-i liockcastle"for a bond issue to of Driak, Sand and Limo. Works ct DUDLEY, KY. build pikes in the dear old cour,ty. WINCHESTER. KY. I want to say that I heartily enTHE CLOTHCBflPT STOBB dorse this progressive movement aud I want to add that if this bond &' LEYKL g keen. NOT SO BAD AT UNION imsxz .s.- a ICS'.vC issue carries and good pikes are AS IT WAS REPORTED WJ&L built with this money it will maUe & On leaving Mt. Vernon last Sai The farmers are most all done nt least fiftv tnilps of pnnd re. . ving fodder and are preparing to nrday morning Sept. 2 x, i92, I whiclM.'ill not only double l5 sow their .wheat. Several from felt as though 1 was bearding a all tjn.i4s i has been one of our most .editor of this paper, and value f the property along tL loyal supporters. When we needed n,ssManup we nevor hesit'tted to lines oi these roads but will be a ' here attended the good road lton in his den from wha: I had call upon him and to every call ho hits pmmpily and gladly responded hiv an.! a nleasnte to the citizens meeting at Union last Saturday heard, hut before I had time to and to our readers we wish to sav that in the future we ore . soured of that County that inonev value 'most everyone is in favor of the hitch my steed I was met by those pikes, of course, some one has tojgiod people of Union School that we will from time to time be honored with other articles fiom could not be places upon. object for argument salQ Mrs, house and they extended every thi. King of the Tripod. In this progressive age the W F. DeBord went to Leroy i courtesy that a people could do Conntv can not afford to be withItltODl! KA I) (low n i M j Vernon. Saturdnv. out pikes. The County of Wayne Saturday to attend the burial of to make us feel good and easy. 1 Mrs. - Win. want to ?ay, that all the people in on Miss Claudia Dod- - is conceded to be the' best mount- her step mother, V c Price and sister. Miss that part of the county are not Miss Louise Wilson, of Indian- - Ron was down from Mt. Vernon ain county in the State. We have Catron. Katie, snent from Friday until against this great move, of better apolis. is with" her sister, .Mrs . lst. Thursday and Friday. She a good pike trom the railroad at highways, as was reported Monday here. miles, to T H. Likins Mi.s Lola Albi.itrht gave her first music hsson on Hurnside twenty-on- e and I only hope th it our Miss Zelma Brown has entered Ins entered Brown Memorial .Friday. -- Prof. Frank Teuton is Mpnticelio, a,i.d, there are now five among those good Bryr,p automobiles that daily meet all Brown Memorial school at Mt short stay Schnnl at Mt, Vernqn. Miss du the sick list this Vernon Miss Lizzie Hurst spent poople, will more closely unite us Annie Tiuterson left Situ'd:ty for Ptrlrins, Gfaut Mnllins, Lews trams with passengers lrom our wc will be more able to .lanie.siown.Nnnh Dakota, where. MjJer, David Craig and L retries, town. Tljeirip is. made in au Saturday night with her cousin, and that h)ld up this great cause than we Miss t Jiarlip; Tlt(iipson,pf she will leach schoo it Vern.on.jdtendpd hour and. ten or fifteen minutes in O Ruth Plummer, at Ouail. L. Hatcher was in Corbin first were before going. And again 1 Juljness mpotipg here lust Lear has rrtnrned 10 Unipinnnti-thc- comfort. Good roads in you, good people of wdl develcpe the! of tne weok on business. Mrs. want to thank after spendinr a few. days wjtjj Wtpk. - Forest Colt'eo, who ljas for the hosH. H. Isaacs and children are Union one and all his parents, Mr and Mrs. J M. been oonltneU so long remains county as nothing eho can and Brack jaboul the same.- - Monvoo Sutton Will improve tho social condition visiting Mr?. Isaacs mother. Mrs pitality extended to us. Lear, near Hiatt, Ky. Yours for good roads. Durh in was up- - f.om Crabjatid Miss ,itm Kincer, both of by making hotter schools and Lou Poynter at Leroy. Miss Chas. Q. Davis. Orchard, Sunday G 13. Hroks, phis place wete quietly married at cuurehes, and will make it a county .hrva frice. ot Judson, hid , was Chairman. charming guest ol her cousin j J.N. Marlow and Chttihe Ursi the hmne of John Kiuccr, Satur-wer- e that we will all be proud of. the Katie Price Friday and &atA TEXAS WON'DER up from Boston, Saturday day ovoni. Mr. Sutton is the I sincerely ,hope the bond issue Miss urday. Mrs. W. H. Brawn and The Texas Wonder cures kidney on was .son of A. .1. Sutton, and Mis,qjyill carry qnd w-Yu and Sunday to urge all daughter. Miss Ora spent Satur- and bladder troubles, removing down from Livingston, lu'iday.- - UVinPer ts, cuUhter of Vt p j of my Jriends and the good day with Mr. a, id Mrs V. J. gravel, cures diabets, weak and G S. Durham spent Bundty with Kitumr. Tlio happy pdr left that people of the county to work lame backs, rheumatism and all his mother. Mrs Mollie Durham nijjht for Crbin and other points, earnestly for the success of this Brovfn iu the Glades. There was irregularities ol the kidneys and yours truly, several irom hero attended the in bcty men and women. Regu: Charles Chandler, a traveling The Educational and Good Road worthy cause, debate at Etna between Bro. Holt lates bladder troubles in chibren. sale-ma- n of London was in town meot4ng, held at tho Union RidjjQ W. U CJkkss. and Bro. Robeits. We have only If not sold hv your druggist, will Hchool house, was largely attended. the latter part of last week. heard one side talk- - so haven't be sent by mail- on receipt of Rev. W. F. Rogers, of Louisville, Those hat went from here were $1.00. One small bottle in two MANY DRIVEN FROM HOME been hie to, learn the decision. filled his regular appointment at the following: Misses Clyde Wat months treatment, and seldom Every year, in, many parts of O. J. Mullins who has been con- fails to perfect a cure. Mpinie Gentry, Messrs. son Send for is a splendid likeness of our worthy townsman the Uhrjstjan churcl, Sunday. The above fined to his room for three or testimonials from his and other To nearly every man who knows any tl)in of Mrs. Walter MjlJep and" children, J. H.'ward, II. B. Chandler, Fred the country, thousands are driven Mr. Tames Maret. from their homes by coughs and four months was able to be up ;n states. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926V needs no 0f Lebanon Junction, are in town Sowder, Gny Roberts, Rals. Mt" Vernon and her people the subject of this little sketch lungs diseases, Friends and busi- town last Saturday. Wo are glad Olive street Louis, Mo. Sold T1. H Lilfins, Frank Teuton, ness are left behind for other cli to see him introduction, as he is well and favorably known to them all. Mr. this week. U. B. Casg is at home out again. Little Vella Morof woe tbP founder of the Mt, Vernon Signal and was for many from Etowali, Tenn. Mrs. C. C j W. H. Gravely, and Carter, Dr. mates, but this is costly and not A better way- - tjjelHatchor spent last Wednesday Mrs. LoveU, Mrs. Cleo Brown always sure. vpats its editor and we are proud to gay that many of the very best Howell and children are witnbus-'.anHouse Needs j Way of multitudes is to use Dr. night with her Aunt Essie Brown. articles which appear in its columns today, are from the pen of this band and father jn Livingston- Misses Rose McCord, Rebeeqa King's New Oiscovero and cure J. .D. Bloomer is very sick, he mmffl lejD fcun- wa'soq, iLUzauecu Actams and v vQursel! at home. nleasine writer. Mr. Maret was one or. tne originators tuts weet. tf, and A Stay right t im n w, r r county, now tne iTr j. oparics day lor Liucmnar.1. tti WJIP wui Fis'n and Messrs E. S. Albright, there, with friends, and lake this has just returned from Kansas tjts i of the stone ballast business in the was called on account of years be join him at Lexington where she F, Ij. Thompson, Jr , Charles Tbrot and lung where he same medicine. Step off and take a look at Co. and the county's largest enterprise. For a number of and F. L, Thompson, troubles find qutck relief and health the illness of his brother Mrs. your house. Doesn't it need has been at the head of the Rockcastle Home Telephone Co. and has been vjsiting for tfce last Mrs. Emma Farris, of Sr.. of Mt. Vernou. wereMKwn returns. Its help in coughs, colds. Mercer ot Illinois is with her "Painting? .Now is the time manager of the local exchange, and for courtesy to his patrons, bis week, and 'daughter, Mrs. J. B. Cummins for grip, croup, whoopidg-coug- h found, we have nlvays believed tnat what- - Crab urcnard. is tne guest pr Mrs. Saturday p m. on their way 'irom jsore lungs equal is nowhere to be tnaie it a positive a few weeks. Hamp Meece has to. havo it done. Paint before we had to say of another should be said at a time when IL L. Tharp this week. Mr- - and the meeting at Union Ridgo. - blessing. 50c and fci.oo. ever of e trial few weeks the .winter rain and snow be something to that person and not to beheld in' Mrs. Walter Bpyd, 0f Corbin, are Wfll Edwards and little daughter, bottlo tree. Guaranteed by Chas. returned homo after a Hanna's Green it would-b- worth Miss Rose, Gentry gins to tly. stay in Okla. Catherine, are the guests of Mr. C. Davis. history for the benefit of his or her posterity visiting homefojks this week. to go down-iSeal. " The made - to wear xecerve, of Quail, spent Saturday night and therefore we take this opportunity of saying these few words of A. M. Hiatt wag In Livingston and Mrs. 0. W. Turpiu Miss with Miss Ora Paints are the right kind to Being out of a job is not always and Sunday use. Formula on every pack- deserving praise of one, who stands to day as one of tUe most useful,' between trains Sunday. Mrs. E. Delora Byd, of the Hiatt section, ' There is Poynter. men of our little city. In every public enterprise p, Christie and son, F. R Christie delightfully entertained 'twenty-liv- e a matter of hard luck. age. Jb or sale by .and most patriotic fighting for the of Blueville, W. Va., are Visiting of her friends Saturday night. usualy some other reason lor a :no matter how small or how great he is always found have a worfd of confidence in "I Mrs. Fruite we're served and a most man being always looking for Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for and with his convincing arguments both by word and pen, is Mr- - and Mrs Hf in, every matter Christie will be here until after delightful time was had Mrs. '"work. I have used it with perfect suc3ooked upon as one of our most important factors cess," writes Mrs. M. I. Basford, of the ' Christmas. David Webb, who Lizzie Sowderhas returned, after .which presents itself for the wise and careful consideration Eoolesville, Md. For sale by Chas. we can claim him as one of has been ill for some time is im-u- r spending the summer with her FOR FLETCHER'S people. We are proud of the fact that FOR .FLETCHER'S C. Davis. as proving. Rev. Geo. Watson was daughter, Mrs. Bill Owens, of closest personal friends. The writer succeeded Mr. Maret The makers of Clotlicraft Clothes with their reputation of CC years' good clothes making to maintain could not- givi .sueh a binding guarantee if the clothes did not measure up to it. Neither could we affoid to hack up the makers guarantee as we do if thi'uu clothes did not fully justify our confidence in them. in Clotlicraft ctothes at $10 to 20. They're bOuud to There's nine satisfaction and a paving for give you full one hulidred cents' worth of insuivd value for overy dollar you spend. Editor Mt. Vkknon Signal, SUTT o &, gSi T"i ' II m yvj MCBEE n-- t WINCHESTER " ... BRICK ...... CO. 1 -- I I I c-on- bu-i.io- ss by-so- vo-el- ab-o'tu- te Ruo-kcjlstl- e illie h ( te - JAMES MARET. I -- a-n-d Wil-mot- t, d Your vm-Qiiil- e t. . -- I PAINTING Ma-Kenzl- e, ( n e. J: B. KNOE Children Cry Children Cry CASTORIA OAST.O.RIA 'fJU Mr" -- t -- C ?2SjBSb ..ia--i . rZZ KT" auiBgigi - -; -- "- -- '- -l aJMaiadiAiri'- - ; ...iKtrrr.. : "nnTriTT Ti t ..r.rt timM MT. VERNON SIGNAL 1 the deeds, cduveyances, leases and Sunday, conducted by Rev. Thos. papers secured on these lands to Durham. Harrison Drew and he legally perfect and the owners vife have returned from HamilFRIDA.Y, bept. 27. 19 2 still expect to ton, Ohio, where they have been of the propert realize from $3 to $5 per acre on most of the summer. these rich coal and mineral rights, Published every Friday by IN MAMMOTH CAVE. much of which can be reached by S. ALBRIGHT. EDGAR railroad. a sjven-mil- e The ar rest of Allison, or Allen, will The Dry Fall Outing to Ken cause but little delay, if any, ' in tucky's Great Subteranean $I.OO UBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR the negotaions which are on with Wonder, or 20C Miles Underground eastern and southern parlies who known on have been here more than once to Tuesday, Oct. 15. Advertising rates made look over the grouuds. application The business end of the matter Arrange for private and select was turned over by Allen several parties, home people and their months aeo to interest narties and visitors. River .rmmeu low, .echo grand, since that time he has been act- - and cave dry. The time to see PRKSS ASSOCIATION1, KENTUCKY ing as ugens m securing mure Mammoth Cave when at its best leases, completing deeds and Round-trirailroad fare $4 35 abstracts. from Mt. Vernon and all way r-a p J L'st of candidates now in 'he at work for the piano given away by B. (J. Anderson & Won. There should be one hundred of more by npxt week. The list field 1I!1II a 1 is as follows: Name of Contestant Lillie Hiait Mattie Wilmott Mildred Robins Lizzie Gentry Bessie Hamlin Sallie Reynolds Marv Proctor Etta Cable Minnie Hiatt No. votes. 9054 4634 11 17 9JB1 U sell ; 163c 1175 WAGONS toon 12. 127 THE MEN WHO SUCCEED regular train 3:45 of large interprises are as he-ids to-rln- 7 1 a""u "" rlitteri- n- dagger into the bosom Saturday and Sunday. Rev. of his old political mother, and ""-- " l"3 ,BU"" that he wanted to boss the whole """&J """ of the United States and the appointment at Kiver Hill, Saturday and Sunday, (,harjey May, world at large. of the Gatiloy section lost his The question now confronting house and most of the contents our people is of the greatest mo- by fire one day last week, and the ment, that is good roads. Every- writer can most assuredly sympaone should study the situation over thize with him as we have had Misses carefully and pojt themselves be- the same experience. thinking of casting a vote Sallie and Ada Mullins, and Pearl fore .to throw away one of Rockcastle's Anderson, were the guest of Miss Thos.l greatest, opportunities of advance- Lillie Mullins, Sunday. ment. Work and vote and induce Clark has typhoid fever. Mrs others to vote for the bond issue. Fanny Suttles was the guest of Mrs. Spencer Mullins last week. Marriage license were granted Mrs. Tom Allen who used to be at Mauuch Chunk. Pa., to a Miss Mary Daugherty, and sisters polished pair named Simontchzoen-tcMisses Etta and Bessie, of near Aaronetiskivestaskigio aud (Vntorsvillfi. hnvp hepn visitrncr .. . ......., "-- " Seventrevitiaiskaska Dianowrsteza- - thplrfather Mr.Thos.Daua-hertv, .. ,, ... . j, j. 1 he appellations proper- raskiko Sav;g fo(lder is the order of Iv broken up and well napped the day now. There were ser towards vices at Cove Ridge, Saturday would go along wavs and building good roads. rf 1 " Gov. Wilson is surpnseu p eople the interest shown by the ?n m.p. nrpsidential race, while the .J Taft men are equally surprised at , tcu lack ot interest. Arranprements.Jiad been made at Lexington last Satuiday night, when Senator Bradley fired the years of suffering with rheumatism opening gun of the Taft campaign liver troubles, stomach disorders, and deranged kidnes, I am again, in Kentucky, for overflow meetings thanks to Eiectric Bitters, sound but it is noted that the opera idwe., Trvthera; Only jo was amply sufficient to ac cents at Chas, C. Davis. house comodate everybody that came and that the amount of enthusiasm WITHERS wes also somewhat limited. 'The Senator took his text almost exC. E. Mullins was it Mt. Vernon clusively upon the Big Bull Moose last week. Herbert Anderson and his new party, forgetting for has returned from Clintonville, the timebeing his own enemv, the he has been at work in the Democratic party, and sayiug where tobacco fields for a while. Victor nraonfe- other shots he fired at the Tnlonnl that "he Had thrust a Price and sister, Miss Katie, ' a ... on Board at Cave Hotel from arrival for dinner men of great euergv. Success, dpmands health. T n nil is tn uutil alter dinner following day, faji. it's utter tolly for a man to also including the two trips through endure a weak, rundown, half the cave for $5 50. Limit on alive conditionwhen Electric Bit- - tickets 10 days. Write or phone r n11 faf.t- 1. M ; rv " """ " e Cfr Four bottles did L. & N. -Agent. luiiiiuiiuiuir me more real good thaa any othe VOTE FOR medicine I ever took," writes Chas B. Allen, Svlvania, Ga. "After a. m. v n-- stations on regular stations THERE IS NO QUESTION ABOUT IT YOU OUGHT TO WEAR Clyde Watson Dollie Johnson Eva Albright Katie Price Lela Albright Lena Albright Gertrude Martin Susie Cabel Mary Leai Reca Brooks Bessie Shivel Rilda Chandler ioo ioo 313' no: 1001 507 333 672 154 SOLD BY - tm 4" - V 107 156 100 10c JOE NOE North Main Street H. H. SEAVY Candidate from 11th Dsstrict For Congress o n FISH'S GUARANTEED PROGRESSIVE PARTY TICKET C - wa f ""' 1 a "vuwu' 1 A I As usually treated, a sprained ankle will disable a man for three or four weeks, but by applying Chamberlain's Liniment freely as soon as the injury is received, and observing the directions with each bottle, a cure can be effected in from two to four days. For sale by Chas. C Davis. Dortha Owens make no exceptions Annie Cass when saying to you Mattie Adams that the equal of ' 'FISH'S Emily Sutton $15 SPECIAL" SUITS Brodhead Graded School lot hes Katie Price Ethel Payne Pearl Purcell Annie Mae Sargent Mattie Owens Bertha Bustle Roberta Brown Blaneh Howell Orlie Ponder Ada Ward Ella Harp Rosa Brown roc io 476 lot 112: 131 24- 22; 17. SOP PEOPLE 10 39 10 10 1 1 Dislike to enter the doors of a Bank. Why? Because they feel WE 10 651 13 A Vw For Sale: One house and lot ot four acres, located in the town Good house, good H ot Brodhead. well, barn and smoke house, coal house and chicken bouse, will sell at a bargain, if sold at once. Mrs. L. K. Evans. Sept. 54t Brodhead, Ky. AND OVERCOATS is not to be found in America Birdie Johnson Florence Harris at the price. They are made by master Delora Bovd tailors from guaranteed Ollie Brock fabrics and made Bertha Brown Bessie Brown so well that they are all-wo- ol Belle Kincer 63 29 40 76 10 10 10 11 ness is too trilling for the banker to bother about. We invite such people to come in and use this bank. We are in business purposely to be bothered. that their .mall busi- Myrtle Shumate Lena McCall Every man, woman and child should have an account of some size. C 10 GUARANTEED TO GIVE YOU SATISFACTORY Every new -- UGKAi. subscriber to t gets 1000 votes and eve We PAY renewal 500 PER CENT BANK WITH USZZ 3 s. U. G. TiAKF.R, Mnvr WEAR L.&N.R.R. WATCH INSPECTOR President. J.P.K. DKUM.MOND, Vice.-PreF.L.THOMPSONJr., Cashier. Ifar&Pl ADVERTISE the best thin? you have In stock at your (tore in the nct Issue of this paper. Feature It. Push it strong. Then sit In your store and harvest the pecuniary fruit of your wisdom. :: t: :: KfepitlgM. 1W. by W. N. U.) The New Franklin WaEcli Shop CLAUDE C. COX, Ass't. Cash TI1E PEOPLES' Mt. Vernon, BANK Ky. k - PPC!8X& & . F -- ft' s4? $&C&3& GRANVILLE OWENS 1 UNDERTAKER John D. White, former Congressman from the nth. district now claiming Hazard as his home, is after the Bull Moose nomination from the 10th. for Congress ORDER FOR ELECTION For Bond Issue & Brodhead Ky district. To Build Turnpikes I. throughout the State indicate that Taft will get Rockcastle County Court. August Term, August 26, 1912 90,000 votes and Roosevelt 1 being The Bull Moose especially strong in the nth. It appearing that a petition, signed by more than 150 legal voters disuict. who are free holders of Rockcastle County, was filed in the office of the NEVER ask a dealer if his goods Clerk of the Rockcastle County Court and with the Judge thereof on are fresh. This question has been the 24th day of August, i9t2, asking that an election b. held in said asked 10000 times daily and has county, October 26th, 1912, for the purpose of submitting to the legal never heen answered in the voters of said county the question of whether the Fiscal Court of said negative yet county shall issue and sell the bonds of said county in an amount not Teddy has lost hope? Not on to exceed the limit allowed under the Constitution and the Laws of the your life. His only hope was to State of Kentucky, and under no circumstancesfor an amount greater than$ioo,ooo.ooj said bonds to be sold and the proceeds arising therebeat Taft. from .to be used in building and constructing turnpikes throughout v3 1 1 Frankli- 5. Allison, Alias J. F. Rockcastle Ccunty and through territory to be herealter designated by GUARANTEED To be All wool Allen, wIm was arrested in Mt. the said Fiscal Court, and the Court being sufficiently advised, orders To wear to oxtr that said eletion be held at the time and for the purposes stated in said Vernon this week and taken to satisfaction. to Rockcastle petition, and that T. J. Nicely, Sheriff of Rockcastle County, be and he Danville, came March, 19 10, from is hereby directed to cause a poll to be opened and an election to be county in Bristol, Tennessee, locating at held in the County of Rockcastle ou the 26th dav of October, 1912, Wesley Mink's on Skaggs Creek which is more than 60 days after the filing of said petition in said office Styles seven miles south of Mt. Vernon. as aforesaid, and he will cause the poll to be opened in each and all of He usually dressed in ordinary he voting precincts in said county; and. he is directed to advertise said are all here and you working clothes and came to town election and the object thereof at least 30 days next before the day thereo' are most cordially in"often and didn't appear to be in some newspaper having the largest circulation in the county and also vited to come, in and dodging. He seemed in high by printed hand bills posted up at not less than fcur public places in see them. If you spirits and indicated no evidence each voting precinct in the county and at the court house door Al are not ieady just of worry. He visited Bristol, legal voters of said co. nty shall be privileged to vote at said election nowito.iljuy your Suit cities other Knoxville and It is ordered that court adjourn. or Overcoat, select it frequently. L. W. Bethurum, and let us put it Judge Rockcastle County Court. Some two years ago a reporter A true copy attest: aside until you are asked him if he was not the Allen S. F. Bowman, C. R. C. C. ready. tsville railway noof Danville-Sco- t he was toriety. He replied that Notice is hereby given ttiat in obedience to the above order of the not but said that he was acquainted aud knew him to have County Court of Rockcastle County, I will cause an election to be held with Allen Other. . Good Suit man. at the time and place indicated, from six o'clock a. m. until four o'clock been a badly treated for the purpose of Allison put in good time as a p. m , for the purposes set out in said order ; submitting to the legal voters of said county the question of whether laborer, earning sufficient funds with which to support himself, the Fiscal Court of said county shall issue and sell bonds of said county and some surplus, which he used in an amount not to exceed the limit allowed under the Constitution in leasing cod and mineral rights. and the Laws of the State of Kentucky, rnd under no circumstances for He worked diligently at the leas- an amount greater than $100,000.00 ; said bonds to be sold and the ing business for more than two proceeds arising therefrom to be used in the building and construction years and in the meautime got of turnpikes throughout Rockcastle Countv and through" territory to be others interested in the project hereafter designated by said Fiscal Court. All voters of said county shall be privileged to vote at said until he had secured something like 70,000 acres prior to Mav, election. . This Sept. 19th, 1912. l9l2. T J. Niceuiy, HOME of GOOD CLOTHES Prominent attorneys pronounce Sheriff Rockcastle County. from 10,-00- 0. - Reports The immense .owoin.itlve drivin wheel, traveling a mile a minute, make 03.361 revolutions in 24 hours. Ths !?lieate balance wheel of a wathe ikes 432,000 in the same time. The n omotive wheel is oiled and cared for eral times during 24 hours. Should ot your watch receive attention at least iv. a year! The wonderful precision . easily affeqted. Let us examine it. 1 v" COMPLETE LINE Coffins, Caskets and Robes, Mail, Telegraph or Telephone orders Promptly Filled. 'XT MAIN STREET DOOR TO &frz&3$ttyc ifccfecafc spc$3C$3e pce$u JONAS MCKENZIE'S 3I KxpP!C3C yC$FrfrX&3&j JONAS EEEP Mckenzie 3 The FALL AN EYE ON THIS SPACE EACH WEEK, whefe you will to-w- it, $l8rto 20 always find listed the best of goods, which are sold for a fair margain of prof it Goods bought right and soldHright are the kind of goods that it always pays to buy. Our Motro has always been to give to our customers sthe very best goods possible for the money. Thanking my customers for the patronage in the past and asking a continuance in "the future, I am Yours very truly, JONAS McKENZIE, Mt. Vernon, Ky. vEXXxacx&peSkxZ U-g- 4i .. tU;i ..... US& jfe-- '-. ?Sy-fc- - AfaiP - "jSC. i. .A rl W fW! " W'TjT' WMW,MlMMMMMMWMWpiIWWMMg I CEDARVILLE. guaranteed NEW AUTUMN MILjifNERY. At Mis Cleu W .Brown's . Sutton . McIlRE's. Latest in Trimmed Hatsi Shaoes Trade at Fish's ana save tne. Harvesting todder is the order Underwear aud Sweaters of ali and Fancy Feathers.'; Head- of the day iu this part. Mrs. J. E. Mt. Vernon, Ky., Sept. 27, 1912 difference. kinds and sizes for everbody at quarters for the best in ''klillinery Norton is visiting her daughter in Uncle Georce (Dad) Pope died aud Notions sm the v ght price. Fish's No. 79" whenT7f tit ,i'w aa Ito Cotnmun t, XJ at Livingston last night. Clairfield Tenn. G. W. Renner is y1 Nesbitts Gdden Ointment curqs having troubje with his eyes, he te with SIGNAL ' J. C. Moore, expert watch makr Trunks and Suit Cases at, and optician, has located in C- x all skin discuses, enesipelas, ec- has beeu almost blind lor the last Sutton & McBee's. scalu-burn- s. zema, tetter, ring-woradv-i- t Bros.5 store. 10 days. Hiatt Mink is teaching and the the Buffalo school, district no. of ladies old sores nead, The largest assortment 23, TM-JU 1n.);,ll.. n. . . xue LaI nuy.-- , uiu sicuiiiu. nt- ' ltcn 50 cents fe" jUr. Mtg tnd u.iuu and children's coats can be seen and as he is using every effort the Union School liouse picnic. so,j bv j "r Qnx v, . at Fish'si to bring the scholars unde- - conThey sure made music. Mt. Ven 1, K' & Nashville r.R.Co. Louisvillc trol aud 'doing his best for their A. H. Hamlin sold his farm SHOW DAY Livetay for tip that lead to ie- - r good it seems as though some of 'Ihe at MaretbuJg to Ben i .TIME TABLE. at Mrs. Uleo W. Brown's Saturday of J. P. Allen alias . 111 ik. the pareuts think he is too hard on $46. 50 4.46 p m iSept. 28th. This is the day to Allison in this county la I'l tiorttiV the children, but 1 am glad to sre F. F. Robins, of Brodhead, sold i am S see the beautiful Pattern Hats. 3:53 24 north on writs from Danville, wsis guvn Hiatt hew to the mark, for if the to B. D. Holtzclaw 20 Lead of 11:38 a it 53 south.: In south west corner of the new by'a Somerset citizen who while other teachers had done what he hogs at 7 cts. . 12:19 am 21 South Hotel at Main and Richmond St., at the Mt. Vernon fair in August is doing probably this part of the If half of the big bean crop is will be an ideal location for the claimed that he recognized Allen country would have been better off. i Jas. Landrum, Agent. gathered this fall no one need go I3U11K. Ulr Mt tt i while the latter was exhibiting Buffalo is a first class school and PhonePTo. 8. iVll. VCILIUII. hungry this winter. has been for many years and has stock in the ring. are going to wear the R. A. New Telephones: Entered t the Mt Vernon, Ky. Pohtoffice old straw never turned out a teacher. If Fish is buving all the mail matter. Wanted: The Cosmopolitan Dailey, residence, Asher addition, is second-clas- s best your good money will buy, hats he can find at 25 cents each No Group requires the services ofa the school law was inforced- to 57 S. S. C. Franklin, resitoday- full extent there would be more He wants yours in- - Mt. Vernon and buy a dence West Main Street No. 57 I. representative PERSONAL and sirrounding territory, to look young men and women who could The various crushers are putViae fartntt-ilxThe for! But it is the W. Fish was m London a ting in some good iicks on both got his hands full and old Cull ' ...alter subcription renewals, anc to read and write. circulation by special object of the majority of the teachnight and day work few hours Sunday. thinks he will escape him for quite extend proved un ers to get the money. Miss Dell Jones, oi Middlesboro, For Salk: Fifty three head of awhile yet by swift dodging at methods which have Salary and The news has reached this part usually successful. is with relatives here. W. M. Bullock, times. catt'e. Commission. Previous experience that the Allison R. R. has shut Hansfoid, Ky. John Shepherd and family have Sept 20 2t. It didn't say Ladies Suits, or long coats, or desira'ole but not essential. Whole down for awhile. moved to Lebanon Jet. One of the btore rooms in the Misses coats or baby cloaks, in time cr spare time. Address, with whether it was on account of the Miss- Leila Albright of Brod new Miller building will be used fact anything for women and references. Charles C. Schwer. President election or forgery. hMd has entered Brown Memorial for a drug store; the other by M. children cau be bad at our store. The Cosmopolitan Group, 3S1 The King of Pain man was through School. this part last week shaking hands J. Miller as a general store. Sutton & McBee. Fourth Ave.. New York City. A- - H. Eentley is foreman and talking up '"his medicine. Capt. You are c miially mvited to at A. B. Furnish says if any one K. P. folks at Pine Hill are of construction on the Miller teud ray fall and winter opening doubts that pikes cau be built at The Union School house, now Ottawa pushing their coal and other building. of Millinery, Saturday September 1 200 per mi'e in Rockcastle that They post office was enlivened by a big works at the plant there. and a Mr. 28th We'll ou only O. R. Hancock Mks Ella Hiatt. he would like to have the contract have completed alargecommissarY turnout of the people at the good at Pine Hill August, of the K. P. theI be K Wneri you wk It has been suggest. d that an of building :oo,ooo worth at that building and are filling, it with roads meeting aud teachers aswere in town Tuesday. L appropriate name for the new price. supplies. .. A car'load of electrical sociation held tbere last Saturday to see the hew Edd Deatherage, the exp-r- t hotel would be "Montrose" a name For Rent: One two story machinery and supplies has ar The teachers exercises held them horse-shoe- r has been on the sick composed of sylhUes or letter-frobuilding, Asher addition, M.t. Ver- rived and will shortly be installed boards till noon with an interesting list during the week. After the names Mo(u)nt (Vernon) non, just back of the dormitory to furnish power mining and other program well carried out. Hon. E. B. Thompson was in Ro(ckc )s(tl)e. some good music by the Mt. Another pretty also a one story honse on Old machinerv and litrht. The com have decided to extend our offer Saturday to hear name is made up from the names Main street, back of Court House. pany is needing more hands on Vernon band at noon a splendid Lexington of 25 cents for old hats one Senator Bradley speak. t,he works Those applying can dinner was spiead by the good Lej(tucky) Mo(unt) (Vernon) W. M. Bullock ladies in attendance. secure plenty of work. William Bryant who has been T (ockcastl)e : "Kenmore''. Sept. 20-tHansford, Ky. more week When dinner was" over and on K. C. is on a telegraphing Please remember the revival tWE WANT YOUR OLD STRAW J. F. Allen alias Franklin visit to bomefolks at Bryants mill. Allison who was arrested "here Some are against the bond issue begins at the Baptist church, Mt. cleared away, speaking-- ' began. just because they are "agin" it; Look for the Sign of the Pish The speakers-'werC C. Davis, Miss Rose McFerron was here last week and taken, to Danville motives, Vernon. Oct. 6th. conducted by chairman, D. R. Gentry, C. others through' selfish . Sunday from "Breezy Hill" the jail was held in thf sum of S4000 and Revs. R A. Barns and T. C. Dukr , Williams. Ashley Owens E. Georgir. to be tried on an indictment and some from personal guest of her sister, Miss prejudicial leanings against parties All are invited to attend and Miss Rose McCord and W. T. Davis is erecting a resi- charging him and a man named who favor the progressive move especially thejBaptist people.' You Judge L. W. Bethurum, in the who have not been cotning'make dence on the land he bought from burns with having swindled a for better things. Thefact" pike. Danville bank out of 2500 on a won t order mentioned. an extra enort to come. T. N. Noe on the Brodhead It is said the Western Union you please do your dut? 1 bid brought out iu .the . discussion Miss Ethel Davis who had her forged draft nearly four years telegraph will withdraw from the vou God speed and pray Gnd to- showed that. the proposed bond collarbone broken, by falling from ago. Burns was captured and L. & N. railroad lines and string move you all to get in line. It is issue could be easily paid within a wagon, last Thursday, is im- sent to penitentiary where he wires over the poles of the your duty dear people now come 30 years without any hardship their died. Allen escaped. proving rapidlv. The Home of Swann Hats upon anyone: that it was no added Cumberland telefone-route- s t 'and Mrs T. H. Shepherd and child, Among thOie from Mt. Vernon put in but one telegraf office to the meeting one and all holder-hardship to A 1?TtlT?D?t i.miUifV ofCbicaeo. Mrs. Walter Kinder, attending the good roads meeting in the county and that at, the off-"thut a relief as it takes Miss Tempest Ward, daughter of of Venice, 111., are with Mr. and at Ottawa Union school house county seat and will distribute militia duty of six or more days . Mrs. Bingham Shepherd. Saturday last were Misses Rose the business therefrom throuout Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ward, ' of and cannot add any poll tax; that Brodhead passed a successful exRalph Poynter, a son of John McCord, Tea Fish, Elizabeth the county by telefone. the larger portion of the tax will amination in Hardin county and oe paid Mrs. Poynter, of Jamestown Ind., is Adams, Rebecca Watson, bv the railroad corporations Remember the good roads meet- has been awarded a state certificate his uncles, W. M. and D. C. lleW. Brown, Dr. Lovell and with that this 100.000, or the bigger wife, "Dr. Southard, Judge L. W. ing at the court house next Mon Miss Ward is one of the most part thereof would, be expended Poynter for a few davs visit. day. The agitation to get an Successful teachers in Hardin right h''fe at home for labor a d Fulius Robinson was seriously Bethurum, James Maret, 0. C. equal division for each magisterial county and her success is due to L. Thpmpspn, Sr., constru tion of the proposed pikes injured at the Dudley brick works. Williams, F. district will be brought before the the fact that she does npt lack in quarry a stone E. S Albright, Ashley Owens, W. While working that the low rate of interest, 4 G. McBee. John Albright, E. B Fiscal Court, asking them to make fur energy. She is pleasant, soci perceu'. at which these bonds feil striking him on the back. are showing the best line F. L. Thomp- an order that in event the is.su able, refined and deeply interested can be floated, gives easy sailing Oscar D. Bryant who has had a Brown, Jack Brown, being-- a former carries each Magisterial district in Education, of .Furniture ever in tnat line; tnat tne militia syshard siege of tj phoid fever is, we son Jr., Fred Baker, Paris Sowder, shall have $20000. Let every pupil of the Eastern State Normal Mul tem is a failure for several reasons; are glad to say, impioving and George Clontz, Mendel to Livingston. of Kentucky. It comes without Victor 0. Tate, Aden Ogg, district.be represented. that when the court, house' was will be able to get" out within a hns, saying that Miss Ward is endowed show you before you make your Jamie Thompson, C. B. and S. B. Rally Day next Sunday at the with that indefatigable energy built in 1S73 at a. cost 17,000 the week. McKenzie, T. J. Nicely, J. S. Presbyterian Sunday taxable property was but little in fall purchases school. All have everyWe overlooked the personal lat Langford. Mr. and Mrs, C. C. scholars who have been absent for that knows no failure. Herwork excess of $100,000 and today is at , Shirley Tate had rethat week-has been largely confined' ftp the thing for the home from the Davis, W. L. Richards. the three million mark, which any reason during the summer are signed bis position at Paris, to rural districts and she is in touch shows how much easier1 .we could Now is the with the more' progressive ideas basement to the attic. Good Meeting: One of the urged to be present. accept a similar one at Morristown time for new members to" begin. which- coucern rural improve handle ..the proposed issue of best good roads meetings that has Tenn. 100,000 thau' could 17,000 be V:. Kader who has been been held, took place Wednesday A special program for the day?has ments. ' Pov taken care of when court house Do not miss itteaching in Bryant & Stratton evening at Chestnut Ridge school been planned. Teachers Association of Edu- was built; that all .progressive ' Ashley Owens, the good 9:45 is the hour. Business School, Louisville, for hoase. n -"Stewardship" will be the sub- cational Division No. i, to be held counties that have succeede'd-'isome time is here on business for roads apostle of Sparks- Quarry Graded School procuring turnpikes have 'dope sq ia The Mt. Vernon telephoned over to Chairman Chas ject of the Sunday morning serschool. mon at 1 1 o'clock. Evening sub-- j Building, Saturday, Oct. 12th. at by bond issue; that a man today Logan D. Taylor is doing good C. Davis Wednesday that ' the who puts ia six days on the roads ct: "The Perfect Life, Can Any- 10:00 o'clock. vstjrk in around telefone exchange crowd would be there and wanted as the law require,, would' receive PROGRAMME. body Hv3 it?" All members, stringing wires, installing Tones, to bear some good road speeches. go for his work- if the. bond- friends and strangers are invited. 10:00 Song by " Association; ... running switching and other So Chairman Davis, began at OLce was ia v lorce instead issue to get up a bunch of speakers and 10:15 Devotional Exercises duties. '"In the matter of the State' Fair Rev. G. S. Watson of being compelled- - to donate his back was ready to "pull who has been tele when toe secretary's refusal to permit Rock J. A. Bryant, labor and board. .himself; that it out, in it was to be found such ro:20 Song of Welcome castle county to be represented in graphing at Morgan on K. C orators as is the duty of everyone to work Capt, A .N. Bently, 10:23 Welcome Address .. division, came home on a visit a the bey's encampment held at Prof.Irvine. and push for better roads and to attack Cashier W. L. Richards. Chairman the Fair during exhibition week. few days since now has an J. M. Fish throw away the words "we cant"; Chas. C. Davi- - Cashier .F. L. 10:30 Response, : 3-- . Every other county in the state" of typhoid fever. that the Ladies Aq.xilary good Thompson, Jr., C. D. Sutton, Dr. 10:35 Address was accorded this privilege with Lloyd Maret was telegraphing Supt. J. W Kincer roads committee with Miss.Rose On F, Green and the writer. Tuesday. J. expenses paid by State Fair. at Pittsburg Monday and The School as a Socjal McCord as president and Mrs. A. arriving at the little school house 11:00 is kept on the hop. skip and on the hill we found the bouse Owing to the bungling of secreHe .. Miss McCord $. Miner, secretary are doing Center, s jump, is first here then there and filled to over flowing with people tary the credentials failed to" arvaliant service in the cause. General Discussion u'25 gander. Extra operator and a eager to know more of the good rive here or be received by John 11:35 Teacher's Duty Jess Fish Quite a number of opponents L. Lair, the boy accredited to the good one too. The Sparks roads movement. 11:40 Trustee's Duty "C, C." Davis to the proposition were found but Berea, was over Quarry Choir favored the audience encampment aud who had com- n;45 Parents Put-when the' matter was properly Aden Ogg, 'of steak, for hii short neck. Driven up by sole 'leather Weary of plied withall necessary requirelast Saturday and assisted the with a few choice selections and Mrs. W, J. Sparks explained in many instances, they petrified biscuits,.. and galvanized the fall to the floor. became enthusiastic-supoorlers- . band boys in making music at we want to add that we are ready ments. When secretary was ealled 11:50 BusineRs cake: oysters tnat sleep in a J Union. Aden was named tor Dr. to be.' r witness to the fact this over telephone relative to the 1 2! 00 Adjournment. as strong Public Sale: Owing to con- watery bath, and- butter Weary I A. G. Lovell and is the son ot choir is deserving of the reputation matter he arbitrarily, peremptorily Afternoon Session. of. as Goliath of Gath. and discourteously refused to tinued ill health and being .obliged Nora Maret Ogg. Por Infants and Children. which it bears ot being the best in 1:00 Exhibition of School Work, to seek another climate I will paying ior what I can't eat, chew-i- n lately the county. After the music was correct his errordr permit the Dr. James P. Penningtcn, er up rubber and calling it The Kind You Havi Always Bwght ' Assembly Song, Association offer at public sale at my place boy to come to Louisville aud se- 1:3 from Jefferson Melical over the oratory began. Capt returned Bears the cure credentials. , Our people are i:,35 Primary Reading one mile north of Level Green on meat. College, Philadelphia, where he Bentley led the way followed bj Backward, turn backward, how Signature of Miss Waters Somerset road-- 7 miles from Mt. jJ&ZtZs. more than indignant, and a strong wr-rm 4took a post graduate course, is as- Mr. Ashley Owens in well poised weary I am; give me a swipe at Discussion protest with the correspondence on Saturday September,' Vernon, sociated with his brother Dr. M. arguments followed by others of my grandmotner s jam; let me in the case will bo laid before the 2:00 Song by Primary Dept. w r28, igfi2: 1 pair good work mules Pennington, at Bertha. Ky.. where the Mt Verpon delegation. What Boosters Club and Commercial 2:05 Relation of Good Roads.,, to drink milk tiat. hasn't been For bowel complaints in children S'head 2 and 3 year old horses, 1 he is having remarkable sueces in was lacking in oratory and real Club of Louisville to ascertain if .; skimmed, let me eat butter whose always give Chamberlain's Colic, our Schools , splendid mfl.qh.eow, i.farm wagon, such shameful the practice of medicine and good speecn making was made up thev endorse whiskers.,ai;e - trimmed; let "me" Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and i buggy ana narness, rtarming castor 01L It is certain to effect a. surgery- in enthusiasm and jtbe meeting treatment as the secretary placed Song "Kentucky Schools" implements, household and kitchen once more have an upon Re ckcastle county, a county 2:30 cure.and when reduced with water was in every way a most profitable . Brown Memorial School. furniture. Also the' fine saddle r pie',' then J'1,1 be ready to curJ up and sweetened is pleasant to take. that is supposed to have equal one. Out of tin one hundred or privi'eges with all others of our 2:35 Address' and. d,ie. Mrs. Weaver ,and harness stallion Togo LOCAL No physician can prescribe a better more present only one man. spoke State. Mr. Dent, the Secretary of 3:30 Adjournment ' remedy. For sale by Chas. C. .,.-- . Q. B,, Lawrence 2t. Davis. usaal Sutton & McBee are against the road issue and when he Fair, will surely have reason Basket Ball GaxnftsjJri' As Cull was told at one time that mm KouKcasue. is en ryt&vi, ?' r?' : T ,. . BACKWARD. . headquarters for Men, Women Capt. Bentley took the vote for the to Deueve of Kentucky by putting tar on bottom of their ; before the . wompn, the vote was the map and Ohildrens good shoes. Don't good MisSiSpatks, Backward; turn ' backward "oh 'shoes a person11 could 'walk on the a closed mciceit or our matter T" unanimous on the bond issue for citizen's iswill' know fail to call arid' inspect them this Mrs. Miller time, In your ngutj teed me on, ceiling liite a tly. The old sinner : FOR FLETCHER'S the reason Vocal Solo, roads. why, Addreis, RQtettsj-ftfflwk&gafFall. for tonight, I am so tryed it one "time. That accounts .x. hvffi'" IC T MiMr i ihihwi in tti fowttW jts MT. VERNON SIGNAL Work on the hotel has begun Clothcmft nnriiinp fit all-wo- I ' I i--vC MEN Mind - j. -- -- Make Up Your Tu-da- y BV4 ..-- l THAT yet hat - 1 - r SWANN HAT "7 B"' The Newest FALL STYLES Are Here We hMl SWANN HATS. straw f. e - , - non-property' s 1 .t- ' he FURNITURE E , - brought Let us We - '- - i- - e; 1 l. cogkrell ; Livingston, Ky. L .1 - CASTOR A LXV o ', Judge-Bethuru- ojd-fesbion- I "H..6F7!gjn Chirirnu Cry I ! 2T CASTORIA mm ismSaetK3.4tLi , JflHKIHHHHIHIHHBHHBHHHiiilBBHPlI sj8p' -- Makes a great difference in mtt women. They aro tfDublCd theV suffer from bockachc, licdilache, sleeplcMrtUss, a Ifcnsatlon 61 irrifHtuliiy of utlHf tymptoms of KfrUle,reakflcjSS. twitching, hot flashes, dizzy spells, of disorder and inflammation should B treated with Dr. Fic,rctS Lcttoa The local 'corrected and Tablets and the irregularity and Weakness f the female systemupoa the young strengthened with Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. The strain the woman of middle age upen the nerVC- - and blood forming structures woman or may be too great for her strength. Thi is the. time to take this restorattYQ.fbsua nervine and regulator. For over forty years sold by druggists ond strength-givin- g perfect for woman's peculiar weaknesses. and disiessing ailments. The one rtmedyso warrant ,r.-:;nr: anA .n nnrl in curative effects as to its makers in printing its every ingredient oir- its outside, wrapper. The cue remedy which absolutely contains neither ' alcohol nor injurious or habit'forming drugs. J Following letter selected at random from a large nUmberl of similar ones and cited merely to illustrate tnese remarks: Ix-ny "i,'j5fhV - TraiS the hofife cat'etiilijF. Piles Cut dotfn tno ifiilk. aup'Ulyi MRS, TOM'S PART IN THE ELECTION - BouiB m m 'rfeiiy thuUrEf beiir'" iucard und of the handahttklnt take ; Tou cannot begin to feed and train k colt too early. t " - The cow that gives much milk must havo plenty to drink. Climate Is an element In the cult art of turkey raising. diffi- Governor Marshall's Wlfs Has ' the Memory For Names. 4 Alfis. Scott. bocamu irrcotly run down and Irrejrutar." , I writes Kits. Humr Scott, of Swan Inst, Mich.. Kouto LBox 43. resolved to anDly to tbe doc nt i...i.. .., cniv iui atr,Tu- - and. inflammation, enlargement nrit Uccr- tors for help. The doctor sji J I had lion. I was in bed eleven .weeks and l listen. Ify.nus- i,w ,,. i,.ivn ,ii. mx - ratlon. but to tliat I would I.m.,,1 nurrha.,l Lwo buttles of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. Whetr I utarted to take this remedy I could not walk across the floor. butMlor I had token three bottles I could feel jnjteM Earning, so I dropped tha doctor and took Dr. Pinrcc's Favorite Prescription. my Only for it I 'think lit ef I fed Utter 1 would have boon dead- -I really beMevo it svt4 v .. uowtimii in tWtnty years." In Uio winter of 1003. 1 Cr-ck- -- ...i.i JR Continue the spraying of grapes ROMANCE UVES. OF THEIR with bordeaux mixture to prevent rot. i . . ... - ft nfiW. ExTime of year cuts no The Notification of the Indiana born animal. y ecutive Por Oemocresio Vice figure. Honors a Reoord breaker. When chicks stand around listlessBy J. C-- HAMMOND, ly and peep, lice are very often to Of Democratic National Publicity Bu- blame. TMUJt ., Prae-deno- ))) ta?T.T5sasagwSgsaftags5ig )ii Ml UNDERTAKER t? 5k sw;K9iBjaBK2TrKTOBj 3vWS5rMi4tvKJ VBfei Hearse sent to all parts of the County Indianapolis. Just about the time In hard times or prosperous years Govof the man with a few good cowb Is well that tbousunds Riley friends of were Marshall ernor Thomas Insured. anxiously wanting to shake 'his hand in t! over his acceptance as A Kood cream separator with sev congratulation good cows win soon abolish a candidate of vice president on the "' ' f'f! eral Democratic ticket a smiling woman Our line of Couch Caskets w S mortgage. stepped before him. and if one could ) Be patient with the cows .They have beard what she whispered in bis is unexcelled . like ' Hand-mad- e can't help giving you a swat tn tho ear It Would bare been somethingyonr Cotiinsfumisbed "Now. hurry in. Tom, and change with their tails. -.- .-....-.. M f (( i face All orders ty Wire " ' Promptly Filled lit V W. A. COX,: Phr.neiHS MT. VERNON, KY clothes." And Tom Marshall forgot to shako Wet mashes are better for fattening hands with the enthusiastic friends fowls because they are more easily until he had carried out the orders of digested than dry feeds. Mr. Tom. Indiana has honored four of her sons StrlDS of cane sown at intervals, near as vice presidential candidates on the the cow lot, will come in handy when Democratic ticket, but the crowds that pastures fall In early fall. No land is so rich that its owner can afford to waste the manure that Is made by his farm stock. Yesterday To-morro- The work of lie is often mistaken When a fowl seems to for disease. be ailing look for lice first. Tc-da- y w K When cultivated cowpeas are to b cut for hay, tho ground doe not want to be ridded uo very much. YKSTERPAY is but a dream, ouly a vision, well lived makes every yesterday a dream of hapbut a vision uf hope. Therefore piness and every briiijyour account to not yesterday nor TO-UAY to-dato-da- y If Mnva thn colonv houses and brood nnno nn tn fronh arrmind every day or wo and the chicks will grow faBter. ' THE B,YTK OF MT. VERNON7 Then our hope is that all your moneys will brin? you happi nss, and prosperity, and all your renollectious of yesterday will Virinjj J'ou jreat satisfaction and all your dealings and relations with this Bank will bring j'ou great prosperity. Feeding the chicks too much is worse than waste, as feed lying about will soon sour, and then comes trouble. aSBBBBBBBsV '''SHiUHbBBBBBbSbBBBT of bis health flrat. Bo when you find him making a speech he does not stay around to hear the applause of tbe audience, ftather. be burrlen to his rootd and change his clothing. j "Some people buve bald that Tom Marshall Is not nL handshaking politician. Ue Is not. His wife thinks It Is I more Important to gunrd bis health ' thanJ to "curry otir the old time jioliey. and she is correct, as she is In most all other things " "Horns Air" Prevails. The Marsh II hutiu N. typical of the mistress. It N a home of books, and still one does not feel "booklsli." Oue ojf the Marshall friends said he always felt like etUlnj: uhen he entered the Marshall home lu Columbia City or the eavcutlw uuiusiou at Indiana noil. j Mrs. Marshall believes In a home tlrst, and the "home air" prevails j "If Governor Marshall ever occupied the White Uouse people would not know that historic Institution." declares an admirer. "Mrs. Marshall would have it a real borne. People feel comfortable even lu the j would midst of the gold and glitter" But it Is not ouly us u wife and tbe mistress of a home that Mrs. Marshall shows her ability. ,Sbe Is a polltk-iaand a clever one. She also nan a remarkable memory. Governor Marshall has earned the reputation of being In n class of story tellers all by himself. He can rememA ber stories, but he forgets names name Is something to be cast aside witb Governor Marshall, and this Is one of the regrets of his life. If he has any regrets. The governor Is not a worrying man. He Is somewhat u fatalist, but If he could he would like tn rememlier names; but. not havlm; that ability, he does not worry, for Mrs Marshall Is the new reineinlMTer of tin family She has a peculiar ability alone this line. Not ouly does she remember tbe last name, but any combination of uameH comes as second nantre to her and she curries this ability ou down to and cousins of any oue tbe seeking thy governor. While the governor Is shaking bands and trylnp to remember whether his caller Is Jones or Smith. Mrs. Marshnll is busy supplying the information and asking about all tbe relatives. Ideal Partners. 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VERNONI THE BANK OF KENTUCKY C. C. WITXTMS, the broiler market and they ought to weigh two pounds by that Tor Chickens at ten weeks old are ready time. - President. W. h. RICHARDS, Cashier- Crops must be gathered In proper :ondltlon and sent to the market 'reah and clean. Careful grading is essential. Old Cull while in an argument over the Bull Moose question, got excited and called bis antagonist a J. P. GBBEN Dentist His twenty three sided dunce. opponent gave Cull just five minutes to name the twenty thiee sides or take a genteel thrashing. If there is any thing Cull dislikes more than a snake, its a whipping, po he scratched his pall, suddenly gathered up the contents of his thought box and put them to work over his olueback spelling book days and every other saving device tmagineable. He gave the 23 sides and then some for good measure. Here they are: Dunce, simpleton, fool, ignorant, witling, blockhead, thickhead, block, numhskuil, thickskull, dunderhead, dundepate., clatlpoll, rladptle. beetlehead. bull addle-head- , head, dull-healagger. lack-braichuck-head- , jolt-heahead, shallow brain, moon-cal- f, half wit. oal, channeling, boobv, sroonv. tony, ninny, ninny iiatuuiers, goby, fiat, sawney, driveler, noodv, natural, innocent. Inut, stick, jackass, donkey, owl. goose, calf, noncorapus, stupid fellow, and silly fellow. After the man recovered from a flinty fainting speel, he gentlv led old Cull down to Willis Mcfcenzies and set tin the snia pop, to the house. Ym can't down uncle Cull except on honey made from grapes d, d, n, a satisfactory team. In most cases this can be avoided by the fanner raising his own. Two pounds of mixed shorts and bran per cow per day is not sufficient for cows that are expected to give liberal flows .of milk. It costs a good deal of money to buy Over U. G. Baker's Store. Crown and Bridge Work a specialty. All work guaranteed. W. T. FRANCIS, The breast of the Indian game is very much like that of the pheasant or the prairie chicken. The heft of the meat lies on the breast. Veal calves in hot weather will grow better if kept during the day In a dark, cool stablerbut the stable must be cleaned out and. well ventilated. JSgla tttiSC Dentist Mt Vernon, Ky Unless the little turkeys are allowed free range all the time, they should Home arid oftlce in the late residence be kept shut in on rainy days and Dr. Myers formerly occupied on 016 mornings when there is a heavy dew. MainSt.,;Mt. Vernon. If the peas are obstinate about using the supports provided for them, C. C. jglve them a start up to the brush or ATTORNEY-AT-LAWwire, and they" will cause no more Williams, V t.'f-dl- e. VERNON. KY. In order to gt tbe greatest profit WOFFICE. On 2rd. floor o The Bank of Mt. Vernon, on Church from the pigs on the farm, it is necesstreet. Special attention given sary to encourage them to consume as possible MT. to collections. "trouble. Phone No. 80. much of the cheap feeds as , early Ik life. , J. C. McCLARY UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER ,1 Don't expect the hired man to work in hay and harvest till dark, and dozen cows after dark, then milk and bo.verygentle about it. He isn't built thai1 way. Clover should be cut for hay when in first bloom. 'If left much longer than this, the seeds form and weaken the plant, and there is also a Iosb, due to the shattering of. dry leaves. To Insure the highest per coot, of fertility in the eggs, stock ducks need bathing water, but this does not necessarily mean, that; thej must have a stream1 or la'ke on 'which to disport BfV 3rLJffjW B always more or les Be prevaileiit during September. Chamberlain's prepared for it. and Diarrhoea Colic. Cholera Remedy is prompt aud effectual It can always be depended upon and is pleasant to take. For sale Diarrl.or-H is Sranforrl." K themselves. The peanut is becoming more important as a feed for stock, especially in by Chas. C. Davis. What do you ask for those shoes?'' aslred the dashing young lady of the shoe clerk at Fish's the southern states." The' vines with" the nuts attached are often cured and they make a palatable- - hay for all kinds of farm 'stock. . : store "Five dollars", he replied. "Aren't you a little dear?" tbe d. y. 1. "Well", answered the shoe clerk blushing, "that's what the girls all tell me." Then she giggled, and he blushed, and took her money also her address queried One of the safe things to tie to on the farm is a good broody sow purebred. In-- tejr years she and her offspring, if properly cared "for, "will put many' dollars, la pockets of the farmer cf the country. a tp-th- Mount Vernon Monumental WHAT WE NEVER FORGET The alio will' supply the animals with succulent; fooi .during winter or in times of severe; jirouth when paflfe iures(liaii. jsvery iana woere a tew animal 'are lepC shoiild have a silo to save 'the .entire an plaaCf or? feeding purposes, Why ,not Jbulld a silo and plantucorir'io ilf rft? -- Governor Marshall's friends are en tbusiastie over his home life When be bus started on talking of bis wife rA a new light lu the Hoosier executive THOMAS R, MAnsaujib "' romes to the surface They come uear belli; Ideal marrtefl greeted Governor Marshall in the blp coliseum In the state fair grounds here partners. "I was talking to Tom one day.' today were the greatest In the history explained one of bis most intimate of the party. The west wanted to show tbe east friends. "We were leaning back, and what could be done In notification bon Tom had been telling some of his good ore, and. while Mrs. Marshall was hap- stories to Illustrate various topics ot We were waltina py, of course, over the honors for ber our conversation. husband, she was atso worried, for ber for Mrs. Marshall to come back from husband comet mljrbty close to being a shopping tour, and I buppened to refather, husband, son and partner all In mark that I liked Mrs. Marshall betone. And when n woman has that com- ter every time I UHt ber. " 'Well, uow that's the way she bination ou ber timid to cure for she strikes me. Jim. he said 'We have has every right to be worried. Governor Marshall will uever gain beeu married some sixteen years, and any honors us a hammer thrower. Be as time goes that Is a long or short period. Just as you think. To me it ! Is not built that way. While all tbe country was rending but a fleeting day. Then I think back the vigorous words of Governor Mar- over my married life uud Und I buve shall which told tbe voters what be grown to know Mrs. Marshnll bettei expects- Ih'inocracy to do In carrying every day. A mun must not only lovt out tbe pli'dpK for the next four years but he must ulso respect his purtue it's worth while to know what part a lu this life respect her In all thiui:!-Sbmust have wonderful qualities tn womau is taking In the affairs of tbe make the love und respect grow deepei -- bow Tom Marshall hapcampaign pens t tn In .the position in which be und better each day That's Imhmi ui history stands today. "The fact that Mrs Marshall ha City. The inn! people of Columbia Ind.. jii'vlt thought Thomas Itlley Mar- been In sympathy In my work. m shall was n "uiurrylin; iiiun." For for- play, my life. Ls good Hut 1 have been ty years he hiHl'tlved with his parents, nursing both 'his fnttur und mother, who were Invalids, whlrh was the reag son Governor Marshall was not a mun. He felt bis ilrat duty was isiiiMi ' ' to bis imrtyitH. Martina Mrs. Marshall. After the deuth of bis prents Governor MarabnH dived deetier Info bis K JSP- - i y taw practice, and one day an urgent case took bim to Angoln. Ind. His du tJua culled him to the county clerk's of Hce. and there he met Miss Lois Kim sey. daughter of the county clerk, who was ussistlnj; tier father In the office. From that .dny Governor Marshall iam at' bud .more business around the couuty Bkiiiiiiiiiiitt.?'"-- v? 'Ws ' asiclerk's office In Angola than any law yer in half a down nearby counties hBBBBBBBBBBhBBSPjBiiBahBBK 1BWKiH Governor Marshall was forty-twyears of age wnrn b was married Mrs. Marshall being nearly twentj years his Junior. VUB. MAltSUALU bad been married In The Marshall sympathy with hern. Ours is not a only a few weeks whtn the future vice one sided Ufa. We have been port president was called to an adjoining uers. and that's the way it should be county on a case that would consume iu this world.' " souietlvtf or six weeks of bis time. Mrs. Marshall bus watched over bis "Slow. I did not want to be starting administration of tbe affairs of Indiana off like that" Governor Marshall ex- with a Jealous care There bus been plained to a friend oue day, so Just notblug of tbe spectacular In his ad told Mrs. Marshall that I thought she ministration. It bus. been a sane gov should go aloug. And she did.)' t eminent. The laws that be hn Since then Governor Marshall fought for und won show the spirit ot mode a trip without Mrs Mar the num. Tbey are'upllftitig. They deal ahali going along. They have trnvelea with the improvement of man. woman II ever the country together; they go and child. to banquets and iolltlcal meetings to While Governor Marshall la. describ'pettier until the friends of tbe Indiana ed, as a "tender? hearted, executive, executive refer to him and his wife as nevertheless be U ' a fighter He be.J&0 .rpards." ,Vlr C"Tom Marshall Is not ovcrstrong,' longs to- the old fighting stock of alaUu Explained one of his friends. "While , , Governor Marshall Is not a dodger mot a delicate man. his" constitution I He baa Bis opinions, and be lets thorn sot of the most vigorous type. be known. While be ls an organisation! (Wben he get Into a political battle man. he knows" that organizations are He- gives all be forgets b weakness not perfect that they can make misthat fs in him. and that will tell on takes.1 If 'they, .make mistakes be any man'. 'Mrs. Marshall soon dlscov thlpks It is his duty to, say so and red that the governor would become get tbe saying over at the first posheated In making a speech and tbe sible moment Bext day bis voice woald be husky. Mnc Marshall Is not satisfied with - tives PRACTICAL UNDERTAKERS FUNERAL DIRECTORS, AND 3 3 S s S 'l ElIIULXERS Mt. Vernon, Ky, OUCH METALICCASKETS E5 Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of work for the company. 5 . Hearse sent to all points Cr Orders by wire promptly tilled. Z r I CoffmsndRobes. 3 GEORCE OWENS, Office Mt. Vernon Monumental Building M annser PHONE 112 aiaiilillllliilllilliiilllilllilllllllililliillililllilliliillllillUliS e Pains All Over! "You are welcome," says Mrs. Nora Guffey, of Broken Arrow, Okla., "to use my letter in any way you want to, if it will induce some suffering woman to try Cardui. 1 had pains all over, and suffered with an abscess. Three physicians failed to relieve me. Since taking Cardui, I am in better health than ever before, and that means much to me, because I suffered many ycais with womanly troubles, of 1 tried, helped me different kinds. What for a few days only." other-treatments mar-rylnt- S-"- !Ba CARDU I WomanlTonic Don't wait, until you arc taken down sick, before taking care of yourself. The small aches and pains, and other symptoms of womanly weakness and disease, always mean worse to follow, unless given quick treatment '1 You would always keep Cardui handy, if you knew what quick and permanent relief it gives, where weakness ind disease of the womanly system makes life seem hard to bear. Cardui has helped over a million women. Try it Vrttt te.-- Ladits' AdrUorr Dcpt. Ctatuaooga. Medidae Co.. Chattaaoosa. Teas.. ter SMdal iMtnuMoM. aa4 book. "Hose Trwiment for Women." seat tree. 51 U-p-ai iaiiiiHtPWuV 'W ",D - o 1 1 3cc3rpei &rrfcx$3cc $p&&rr bat-neve- cms. C. DAVIS SAYS THE DRUGGIST 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 $9,000.000 -- that's capital and this ration ot ours can take an ounce and a quartea of gold and stamp upon it an Eagle-bir- d t's and make it worth money and some of our 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, bat it wouldn't be worth a dime-tha- t's rouge. But some people will tell you that they can t's serve you as well as Chink nonsense-tr- y me. $20.-thabut-tha- - - of and according to science, are the tbiuks and associated with our early home life, such as Bucklen's Arnica Salve, Granite Monuments of all that mother or gran'dmother used kinds. Estimates furnished to cure our burns, boils, scalds, eruptions, sores, skin cuts, on application. Forty years spraines or brnises GEO. OWENS Propr. of cures prove its merit. Unrival- Pnne 112 ed for piles, corns or cold sores. Chas, C, Davis. Only 25 cents at Manufactrer UNCLE EZRA SAYS DIGESTION - ,4 PHINP CASTOR1ASHOWS THROUGH Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR Chil&Ten Ory FOR FtfTPJWf takep but the amount digested and assimilated that1 giVes strength and apd vitality tri the'system? Chamberlain's Stomach'and" Liver Tablets invigorate and liver' toj perform their functions natujally. v,For the-sloiftac- h i It is not the quantity of food AND ASS I MI LA TION PNEUMONIA hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 minutes. My doctor could notheln me, but I was. completely cared by. left me wfth a frightful cough and very weak. IhadsnellRvhen tmiilrl Niw Discovery Mtb, DR. KING'S $1.00 to git folks into'a peck of trouble" and a little neglect of con stipation, billiousness,, indigestion oif other liver derangement will do the JsaraQ. .If .ailing, take Dr. Blink's New Life Pills for quick Easy, safe, sure, and results. tnly 25 cents at Qhas. C. Davis, effort, 4. 'Itldon't take more'n a gill uv Yours truly jGe G i D.AVISvr .Mt. Vernon, Ky. PHONE. Ko. 39 - 8a'eby0h'as1lt;.tSltvis:. Its AND J.R Cex, Joliet, 111. AT ALL DRUGGISTS. 4. CASTORIA Children. Cry FUR FLETCHER'S . isc&acafcic - I . . J&SiSfr' jfcaL