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VERNON, LSSsSZMaSSBii Slit I (tl'l'f OT If mm mi hm i Ut -' S J IBhk. z " nail B3aHEhnWaaaHEfli9as Established 1887 NUMBER 1 V maf .ue .ra mr m ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY L 1 , OCTOBER 4. 1912 BKOUHEAI). i td till r rf V 1 N i S T O N. C1DTni PR All "Wool Clothes . and good judgment are both served when you buy TASTE t Clothes The fabrics cover an attractively wide Their fit is accurrange. Their style is pleasing and distinctive ate and satisfying Combined with all this they give an unusual degree of wear and service' , ,, ,. . is the price, and we can .safely recommend For til's the fact tlmt they are there is also the them to vou with our personal guarantee. largely responsible. But , enert workmanship which insures de- In addition, yon have the makers sierped ' . J? f. nendable tailoring, lasting shape, and that all-wool ; guarantees in the pocket or every Cloth- .f? ,tt f oualitv. winch with ordinary care and press- - craft Coat. Buying Clothcraft Clothes is , . ... them looking fresh and dressy a Mife,ivu3uom Q uu aane p,.0pOS,tion for 3ou. to the end. Think il over and come in and see what Remarkable values are Clothcraf t Clothes we, have for you in these clothes at $15, at $10 to $25. We've never seen better at $18, and 820. ? The Biggest $1 8,50 Suit Vafue you ever The Clothcraft Blue Rerge Special yitfiff'jwfiMMU'T11 saw-41.3- 0, SUTTON & The Clothcraft Store THE CITIZENS BANK BRODHEAD. KENTUCKY 7THE FOLLOWING IS AN EACT STATEMENT, IN CONDENSED THE CITIZENS BANKi BRODHEAD, KY. FORM, OF AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS MONDAY. SEPT. 30i 1912 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts liabilities' Capital Stock $40,566.61 $15,000.00 1,000.00, 1875.77" Nothing -- Banking House, Furniture & Fixtures Overdrafts Secured Expenses 5.525.00 696.21 Surplus Fund Undivided Profits ,Due to Banks 1.101.57 i f Due from Banks $6,580.07 Cash on hand .2,412.65,8,992.72 Individual Deposita 39,006,34 f Total l. A. M. HIATT, $56,882.11 $56,882.11 Cashier or the above named bank, do solemnly swear Or MY KNOWLEDGE v that the (SEAL) ABOVE STATEMENT 13 TRUE TO THE BEST AND BELIEF. A. M. HIATT, CASHIER. JOHN ROBINS, ; .SUBSCRIBED AND SWDBN'TO BEFORE ME THIS SEPTEMBER 30. 1912. ." ' -- V ( NOTARY PUBLIC, ROCKCASTL-- CO., ICY. The above statement of the condition of the Citizens Bank. Brodhead. Ky.under date of September 30, shows the splendid condition, of the bank, at the time the statement was mudo , Cashier A- - M. Hiatt informs us that there h s been' added to his already good list of depositors, two hundred new accounts .since July 1st, and that business in general is almost double any previous record mde by the bank. With the officers now in charge of this institution being some of the best and oldest business men of the count-- , accounts for the splendid success which is being achieved.' A great future is p edicted for the institution so' long as the present management '4' . continues at its heid. . vt-- and Mrs. R. H. Hamm has been very sick for the past week but is some better now. Mr. and ZEISS littended the Pike reuni-naMrs. G. C. Brooks and little son NITR head irom thi place .a;ru . ;. were in Crab Orchard a few days and Mrs. Jess Pike, Mr .iiia.Mit last week, they were the guests CLU Mat Pike, Mr. niidv Mrs. Jake of Mrs. Daisy Hunt. Mr. and" Pike, Mr. ami Mrs. J. M. Koure Mrs. E, R. Gentry, of Mt Ver Wade and Mrs 6ue Mullins. The'Remington. Cutu nou, were tJie guests of Mr and cut into a good one. Graves, the telephone man has Mrs. A. M. Hiatt from Saturday run a line lo h M. Ponders ai the until Monday. Ech and Every One a Speed Shell Mrs. Robert S. L. Has tin, (Jsiuley post office Pike, of Livingston, is with her The speed that breaks your targets nearer the oi East liernstadt. who is l mining trap. That s why Remtngton-UMbteel Lined sister, Mrs. O. A. Frith, for a a line from Berea to London, has few days this week Shells have won 13 out of the 15 Handicaps held in Miss the last three years. it almost completed Caleb Poiv Marguerite Muster, of East "duck" with a shorter The speed that gets that n ets suuke hee the 25th to a full Bernstadt, was theguest of Mrs lead that's why it takes over 50,000 dealers to handle the demand for Remington- - UMC Steel Lined Shells. N house of Democrats. Bull Moose W. J. Owens first of the week The Shooting fraternity are speed wise. They know loose j Republicans, and old Miss Irene Lyons was up from smokeless powder won't drive shot. They know that the drive We do not think p" Republicans depends on the compression. Junction City from Friday until The powder charge in Remington' UMC shells is gripped in I, hi-- , sneaking will prolit him Monday. steel. This lining is designed to give the exact compression and we hope to set' him in necessary to send the lead to the mark quickest. It insures Miss Angie Hunt, of Maret-burg- , speed the same speed in every shell. Tiiwfii)i ri In urn ill flrff!l.t; I'""-""- -o" was with Mrs. J. J. Al The steel lining is moisture proof no dampness can get through. '1 he new .oal bins here are a suro Jar proof no powder can get out. Waste proof no energy is lost. br'ght a few clays last week Arrow and Nitro Club Steel lined Expert tinner. The surveyors have sur- - MUs Shoot Remington-UMLena McOall spent from factory loaded shells lor Speed plus Pattern in any make of thotfan a ve ed them and work will start Friday until Sunday with home-folk- s 3 this week Metallic Cartridge Co. They are to be of Remington Arms-Unio- n at Maretburg. Mrs. Molly New York City Broadway 299 a concrete Mr. and Mrs Walter Durham is visiting relatives and Wade left last Thursday for frieuds in Crab Orchard. Mr J. Sbahon, Ky., where thev will R. Storm is visiting relatives in make their future home. The London and Keavy. Mr. Allen i R. M. K. Flour Co. has estabished House of Stone or Hiatt and daughter. Miss Minnie, a branch store in the south part are spending a few days in the It is not so apt to burn. Cooler in summer. Repairs cost le?. oc town and placed Fill Carrier fainting costs less. Insurar ce costs less. Warmer in winter. country with Mr. and Mrs. R L. Does not depreciate in valne. Your property is always worth more. Mr and Smith. C. behind the counters. 0. Howel is down Costs verv little more han frame building when vou build with the J. H Neighbors have 'returned from Livingston a few days. WINCHESTER GRANITE BRICK. Ask us for prices. from a pleasant visit in Louisville. Mrs. G. F. Sutton returned to The three new houses spoken her home in Mt. Vernon after of some time ago are now going spending the past week with hi r up and work on the streets U be paronts, Mr. and Mrs J. M g3 asfcjiBM sfT1 , P Vfc ssaslssW TtJl 1 sTyi miss vjyue ing purlieu. Owens. Mrs. J. C. Gibbs, of visitwith Miss Phoenix, Arizoni is with her J'jMT'flflsVsHsssHbi. a tsB sB sssssHsKkksssssssssssssssK ifl after l1 iS a Lda Cook, has returned to Mt. parents, .Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Vernon. Seme one is sad. Arn't Moore, wo right, John? George Delph, Miss Lula McCoy, of Mt Verof Louisville, is vMtiui' relativos ron, was tho guests of Mrs. A. Mrs. .Limes Walton, here. Hiatt Sunday. Prof, and Louisville, return n jidiiio Aion Mrs T. H. Lilcins are rejoicing WX wi'h day, ul'tfTr a oyer the arrival of a little son i l;.s Joseph her parents, the mother and babe are getting W. H. MahalVey has Sam brooks 1 wr- -t along nicely. W. O. Yaden was in. returned from a trip to Tennessee. down from Livingston Sunday. CO, Mrs. App Taylor has returned J. E. Wallen ,was .with .home- fronaLiouisvilleand.nrd'ports 'her4 folks a tew days last week. I lie of Drtok, Sand and Lime. Worfto ot " Manufacturers dudcy, ky, mother, Mrs. Lepbew much bet- little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. WINCHESTER. KY. ter. Mrs. J. W. Sums and child- - Julian Bordes died Sunday, a.fter ren, left Wednesday for a few a lingering Uln.ess f several day's, visit witi relatives at ORLANDO the yards. Ben Allen made a trip rjionths, the bnnal took place qt Qwens,, who Iy. Joe to Crooked Creek Sunday. Crab Orchard Monday after has been ojj the puny list, is bet- noon. Mrs. Larkin Hicks is Grandma Troxell continues very Julius Kobinson got hurt very Jeeble, ns visiting relatives in Madison a .! Cam Mulling uifor-rnter. that he has arretted seven bys Garrard counties. Mr. and Mrs bad one day last week by a falling at London for hoboing or train-ridin- V. P. ligsty are now located rock in the sand quarry, at Dudle.yx BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOOL The rock struck him on the back They weye all tried and on a in near He is doing very nieely, Corn Uned $15 qt Lh'jngstQi. H.e. i Mr. and Mrs. John Robins' crops are good iu this part and Prof. E. P. Childs, president of s..u.s rt.i n jhiiu u the Normal and Collegiate Institute lmve relurned home after visiting very busy saving their tne next piaees win De mui- - in Garrard county for the past people at Ashvilie, N. C, was a guest st fodder. Mrs. Flura Jivans ,and the dormitory Tuesday and Wed lius and Pine Hill. Now, boys, he . Miss Elizabeth Tb,apv Mrs. Efiae Ballard wore in Mt. is camping on your trail and is the beautiful a'd, attractive Vernon one day last week shop- nesday. On Tuesday he gave a sure to get you . A few years ago dughteit pf H L- - Tharp and helpful chapel talk. ping. Mr. and Mrs J, B. Proctor T.ivmgfiton had mp.ye peg-leIn the monthly grammar test Rjchard Etnery Albright, a sen-p,- f and Miss Mrv Ramsey were boys than a dpgen pomrnqn tpwns, Julia Landrum and Litlie May Mrs. Mary Albyighi, left for al caused by train-ridjn- g This JeflersdnvlUe, Jnda,uat Wednes Visiting relatives in Mt. Vernon Daniels, both fourth graders, made last week. IS a very uangerpiis namij ana day mormu.g: where 100 per cent. tftey were Mr. W. Y. Anglin was down parents should help the officers tnarried. Ah oin u congratulaGeorgia Amyx spent the week put a stop to it. Miss lljyda tion of the happy event and wish from Disputanta Saturday aud (end at her home in Livingston. to Sunday, He expects to begin to Cook hap retuvned roU vlsitto them much success their finish up in telegraphy in a short Sallie Stewart wasy at her home Pied, relatives in Tennessee. and Sunredded life, Iqe Carter is in time at this place. Mr. R. L. in Wildie over Satu-dagoth", Mr. George D, September day. HhelbyviUe this week and from Pope. He "was born and raised in what we have- been able to learn, Ball (better known as Sap) and The mothers of the town were Danville, Ky. Married Miss Mary he is n- -t lik.ly to return home Miss Lucy Grey, daughter of Mr. Miss McCord's guests on ThursS. Hunt, of Lincoln county, in the alone. We hope to be able to, Dave Grey were married Friday day Sept. 26th to meet Miss year 18(54. He leaves a wife and guv. a full nnn.Minf u tla- TaiV af ternopn at the home of the bride. Robertson of the kindergarten Ti tf a n li.l.vV l mil uyi,uuuu Unde John Kobinson is" making department. two children, John Pope and Mrs. tftoh; place here reunion whcl molasses this week and is having y, T. Merhnee apd a host of The first regular meeting of the i au.nda.y, iu tiies columus good attendance at his stur offs. frjends an.d Relatives, .o tRoqril next weak. Not being abe &t Mr. J. M. Hall has returned to his Mothers Club will be held in the )ps. los,s. He yas lad to rest in Kindergarten Room, Thursday tend ye kn,o,w bvt little tQ say off the Buffalo cemetery at Sitan.ford, the affair, and. prefer- to waifc work a telegraph operator on afternoon, Oct. 3rd, at three the Q. & G. R. R. after a visit to o'clock. Ky., to await the lftst day. The Miss Robertson will Vintd we can, learn the tactM. He speak of the purpose of the his mother at this place. following attended the fqneral wrhes that he is dispatching and meetings and the work of the club A WtQ ON THR TRACK from this place; Mr. a.nd Mrs. is making good. Mr Joe Jackson ,T, P. B,. Drummonds, Mr. a.nd for the year will be discussed. of the fast express means sonous Mrs, O. 5 liioe, Mr. J. B trouble ahead if not removed, so L. & N. operator at Sinks was, The mothers and friends of the ond It means calling on his best girl at this, place kindergarten and primary, also Donally, W, Ft Gray, Mr. and does, loss of appetite. of vitality, loss of strength Sunday. anv other mothers of the town Mrs. L. P, Uray. of Lebanon laek weakness. If appetite Mrs. Hacker- Williams and Mrs. j who desire to become members Junction, Mrs. Ben Parker, of and nerve Electric Bitters quicklv of fails, take Paris, and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. lo overcome the cause by toning Pattie Brooks of Conway visited the club, are most cordially invited Fisher, of Louisville, and Rev. T. up the stomach and curing the relatives at this olace Sunday and to attend. C Duke of Mt. Vernon, Ky. Mr. indigestion. Michael Hessheimer Monday. Mr. Nim Ramsey, of The beginning of cool weather and Mrs, R, A. Whitehead, Qf of jjjncpln. Neb., had been sick Wildie, was in Brush Creek Satur- has aroused the interest in Jewjsburg, are wtyh; Mys, Gporge over three sears, but six bottles day and Sunday visiting relatives. athletics again among the girls. of put him right Miss Mary Ramsey is with Ml. Pope this week. W. B. I$ice, p,f on Electric Bitters They have and Mrs. J. B. Proctor for a few Tennis is being played and baskrt his feet again. Paris, Ky., is visiting relatives helped thousands. ball teams organized. They give weeks. Mr. J. B. Owens has here this week. Mr. and Ms pure blood, strong nerves, good bought the property ot J. A. R. j, Lemmouds has returned digestion. Only 50 cents at Cbas, C. Davis Wood, in Brush Creek, and now House Needs from a visit to relatives at Paris, lives in town. Mr. L. J. Reams J. A Tenn., and Louisville. Taken Up: A deep red cow a few came to my place Saturday Sept. was in Hazle Patch Sunday and Childress left days' visit in Cincinnati, O., and 28th. Part of tail gone and dry. Monday. Mr. Barney Anderson, Step off and take a look at Louisville. Ky. S. T. 'Proctor, of I live about one mtle below the of Logansport, Ind. has been your house. Doesn't it need visaing hia sister at this place. Mt. Vernon, the expert carpenter, ford oi Copper Creek. Painting? Now is the time Mrs. Dora E. Ball. Miss Dora is building a house for Mr. E. L. Paint before J. J. Mobhrly. H II Viae rnhirna1 linmo afffV t to havo it done. Miss Georgia Amyx, Oct. Cockerel. in and snow ie Brodhead, Ky. visit to her sister in ParisMrs. Ithe NinteJ who is attending school at Mt Hanna 8 Green, Ev m. of Richmond, is I"13. to Vernon, was with home folks, ' The best plaster. A piece of ear AUO, """"?visiting relatives in this vicinity t?1' Saturday and Sunday. flannel dampened with Chamberntl , Myrtle Mason t?e nSnt th s week'.-- Miss lain's Liniment and bound on use- y. Emilia on every was the guests of Miss Leia Owens over the affected parts is superior or sale by Mr. Pal Moore left aSe- v to a plaster and costs only one Monday for Paris where he FOR FLETCHER'S tenth as much. Forsaje by expects to accept s posititm ia Chas. Gt Davis I Mrs. W, H. Malm y h:is i ivi it' turned irom a visit at Bert a. Kv. Tin..- that t l n ARROW Sleel Lined - SHOT SHELLS C mile-a-mfnu- te fai-hione- any-!,tlii- J C i BUILD Your BRICK ir, two-week- 's - i "f'j pl-asa- Mr.-am- i fc-- WINCHESTER GRANITE BRICK Shep-herdsvill- e, s g. u i a-- ten-days- g 1 - - - 1 Your PAINTING 4-3- L be-Nelt- pack-Monda- Children Cry CASTOR A j J. B. KNOE j(M ftttwr SH0s m ti 4 ! Sv'Ssyts&s 72e , ' 'xrtgrf-i- - .. : ? - . i- - f . i ai- m. v i w ; v ;rii-'- ,! . fcitiW. : )K I fvrsrswrnTTiivftf-- MT. VERNON SIGNAL at work for the piano given buildings by fire. A movement tile1 6lll. dav o away by B. C. Anderson & Son 19, 1912 at 10 o'clock. Whereas 011 FRIDA?Y,,Oct.J21 1912 .Was begun fpr .a ."safe and sane Sept. There should be one hundred a petition was filed in Song 1912 it has progressed to the office of the County Court invocation Fourth" or more by t ext week, The libi such degree that the yearly death Clerk of Rockca.stle County signed Address of Welcome is as follow: Published every 'Friday by rolls and damage bills in Ameri- by 20 lepal voters of the voting "i- Granville Owens Name of Contestant No. votey. EDGAR $. ALBRIGHT. can c'rties have been cut down to pteunct of Rockcastle Count Paper Attendance and Punctuality Lillie Hiait 9214 a mere fraction- - of what they asking a submission of the question Dan Ponder Mattie VVilmott 4749 wereiu former years. This re whether cattle or any specie thereof Discussion Mildred Robins $I.OO 1117 UBSCRIPTION ONE YKAR suit indicates the possibilities Jor shall be permitted to run at large Theo Pigg, and Mary Price Lizzie Gentry 1630 good t'aat lie in concerted effort. in said Pine Hill School Bessie Hamlin 4th voting precinct of said Exercise ii75 Advertising rates made known on The people are just beginning to county. It is now ordered by the Paper, The Relation of the School Sallie Reynolds 1000 realize the enormity of the fii e application to the House, Mrs. McClure Mary Proctor poii ne opened in limn m;u 125 waste in the United States. When the voting precinct at the general Paper, The Value 0'. Industrial Etta Cable 1275 they are thoroughly aroused to election to be held in said Training in the Public Schoc 1 Minnie Hiatt 1000 precinct action they will take steps to on the Byron Owens Clyde Watson day of Nov. 19I2 for 1000 5th MEMBER OF reduce it Dollie Tohnson General Discussion the purpose of ascertaining the 3693 KENTUCKX'ERESS ASSOCIATION Last year the people of Ken- will of the voters of said precinct Paper. Beautifying the School Eva Albright in 2 tucky paid out more than five upon the question Katie Price Buildings and Grounds whether or not 1000 and a quarter millions for fire cattle or any specie V. C. Price Lela Albright thereof shall 5339 insurance and the companies paM be permitted to run at large in Paper, The Rural School as a Lena Albright 3338 out more than three and a half said precinct. Social Center, Gertrude Martin 7182 millions in losses. This of course Lee Chandler Susie Cabel L, W. Bethurum, J. R. C. C. 1545 takes no account of the immense Copy Att irinrgaais Song, Pine Hill School Mary Leai II7S Reca Brooks Noon. S. F. Bowman, C. R. C. C. reason why so many amount of property destroyed on 1565 'The which there was "not a dollar of Sept 28 Bessie Shivel Basket Dinner on Grounds. 1000 small towns.'.fail. tt) grow is because 4t. Rilda Chandler Song to pro- insurance." Fire losses in the citizen's 1000 their ROCKCASTLE COUNTY is no country at large amount to more Song, Lullaby, Katie Price There TOOO mote Main Street COURT. Primary Grades, Calloway School Ethel Payne public spirit and. - therefore no at-- v than 200,000,000 a year, and a IO52 J . big percentage of this heavy bill Sept. Term Sept. 23rd. 1912. Paper, Consolidation of Rural Pearl Purcell tempi lSUJUae IO tUUWD luuuamco 4765 is due to th.e negligence of the Whereas on the 26th day of Schools, Annie Mae Sargent or ;niprovev.condiiions. I44O Miss Rose McPhero t Mattie Owens "If any&iie .suggests something people who fail to take proper Aug. I9 12 a petition was filed in I2164 precautions against hre. U is the office of the County Court Good Roads. The Most Importan Bertha Bustle calculated wivlevelop things he is 5656 possible to save much property and of Rockcastle County signed by 20 Factor in Consolidation of Schools Roberta Brown calledaiLdmar.yiLnd a loud cry is 2430 much distress by timely diligence legal voters of the 4th Magisterial Judge Bethurum Blaneh Howell also made that improvement means 22IO expense. Yet these' same ;people in eliminating hazards, and clean Dis. of said County asking a sub- The Relation of the Public School Orlie Ponder Dislike to enter the 1744 up day should be signalized bv mission of the question whether Ada Ward to the Business World doors of a Bank. cannot understand why the census In75 cjUentltoow for!" such some effective work of that kind." cattle or any specie thereof shall Mr. Dreibback Ella Harp Why? returns s$ 5563 This is forcefully put and should be permitted to iun at large in Song, Plantation Melody stationary or declining Rosa Brown 1600 towns a Because they feel Calloway School Dortha Owens population. ' Vertfy'there are peo appeal to the people of our State said Magisterial District ot si id iono that their small busiin preserving the wealth thereot. County. It is now ordered by Address, J. W. Kincer, Annie Cass ness is too trifling pie who. living tjn.. the age of 1175 ' We are addressing you, hoping the Court that a poll be opened at for the banker to The patrons of this district are Mattie Adams electric: light, content themselves 1000 to have your assistance in the each of the voting precincts in said jrged to attend this meeting and Emily Sutton bother about. with the tallow dips of their fore6960 direction of calling the public's Magisterial District on the 5th. every teacher in the cpunty is Brodhead Graded School We invite such peofathers." 1339 ple to come in and newspapers are consistent attention to the importance of day of Nov. ig 13 fur the purpose requested to come and bring Belle Kincer Most 8706 use this bank. Birdie Johnson boosters of the towns in which conforming to this proclamation, of ascertaining the will of the school work for exhibition. 33i Trusting we will nit be dis voters of said District upon th e We are in business Florence Harris they. are published, but many of 4270 You are not experimenting on purposely to be bothappointed in our expectations, we question whether or not cattle or to- - do their tbemj ate coitfpeHe'a 8646 yourself when you take Chamber- Delora Bovd ered. Yours truly, any specie thereof shall be per- lain's Cough remedy for a cold as Ollie Brock boosting under adverse conditions. beg to remain, 1025 G. Snyder, Every man, wo- - . mitted to run at large in said that preparation has won its great Bertha Brown Frank The fact isJhat most of the ;tij 1000 man and child should Presldeut. District. reputation and extensive sale bv Bessie Brown a fafr percentage of totvnsJiave 1000 have an account of L. W. Bethurum, T. R, C. C. its remarkable cures of colds, and Myrtle Shumate inhabitants who are contented with 1 1 to some size. FACES FORTUNE IN v can always be depended upon. Lena McCall "things ass they are" and who There's often much tiu h in the Copy Att. I5"5 It is equally valuable for adults S. F. Bowman, C. R. C.C. and children and may be given to Every new subscriber to the are tather disposed to resent the saying "her face is her fortune" 4t. We PAY 3 PER CENT appearance of .iVSw? industries and .but it is never said when pimples, voting children with implicit on signal gets 1000 votes and tverv Dou't trifle with a cold is renewal 500 BANK WITH new. citizens...:. Lrfce,. the gifted Skin eJuptions, blotche', or other for advice... prudent men and fideucc as it contains no harmful blemishes disfigure it. Impure1?... ... . drug. Sold by. Chas. C. Davis. f barTwfio immortilized, ,Jhe little TJ. G. BAKER. President. blood is back of them all. and! xi may uc vi'ai in (jasc ui a uuuu There is nothing better than J.P.E. DRUM.MOND, Vice.-Pres- .. of Tailholt," theyvaie satistown L.&N.R.R. WATCH INSPECTOR F.L.THOMPSONJr., Cashier. shows the need of Dr. King's Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for MT. VERNON GRADED fied with their environments" and CLAUDE C. COX.Ass't. Cash Nqw Life Pills. They promote coughs and colds in children. SCHOGL e Ne w believe inthe'txtouridf. strongly healtti 'and. beauty. in Try them It is safe and sure. For sale bv the theory that the town is "good 25 cents at Ohas C. Davis. The first month of the Mt. VerTHE PEOPLES' BANK Chas. C Davis. Wafccli localities' this eriougT" Ky. School closed Friday non Graded Mt. Vernon, Our farmers surely have reason a working ma . class constitutes the 27th of September, with an VOTE KOR for thanksgiving this year. Good jority, through generally averse to crops. enrollment of two huudred forty-nin- e work, aud those who would labor H- pupils New pupils are beand betterment find C. for progress "Watch us Candidate from 11th Dsstrict ing enrolled dai'y. & themselves sorely .handicapped v- EXPERT . WATCH MAKER to month. grow from month . No town is;so $od. that it eriji . The following pupils were . 0n not be made better. Iu this shift Eyes Tested and Glasses Fitted Free ueither tardy or absent and made All kitflo? of Jewelrj' Repaired. perfections is of6"ou PARTY an average per ce 1, of ninety or PROGRESSIVE ing world All work guaranteed. I There is always never attained. more. : COX BROS. STORE room for improvement and the HIGH school. " town that does trot "improve '"is Lucinda Parker. Ru:h Mullins, merely periiubig ofdry rotw.-It-iand Homer Proctor. of small avaiUnat a few men push PRIMARY DEPARTMENT. COMPLETE LINE if the majority 'of their fellow EfBe Fredrick, John Harper, Bl H S S B 'back:- - "Getcitizens are 'pulling Martha French, Mauri e Brown, Coffins, Caskets and Robes, The immense locomotive Bond Issue Build ting together" js absolutely esJohn Sowder, Edna Davis, Lela wheel, travelinji a mile a minute,drivin make Mail, Telegraph or Tele103,361 revolutions in 24 hours. Ths sential it there"'is"'to be material MayRenner. and Sallie Hanks. lelicate balance wheel of a wathe phone orders Promptly There municipal advancement. KINDERGARTEN DEPAKTMENT. nakes 432,000 in the same time. The Filled. are many towns in Keutucky Rockcastle County Court. August Term, August 26, 1912 Homer Livesay and 'Hubert Cui -- ocomotive wheel is oiled and cared for everal times during 24 hours. Should which would be bigger and better mins. lot your watch receive attention at leat but for the lack of public spirit and Mother, 'is your child's name nee a year! The wonderful precision us the disposition of so large a portion It appearing that a petition, signed by more than 150 legal voters here? Why not? Does he stud s easily affected Let examine it. j MAIN STREET of their population to resent all who are free holders of Rockcastle County, was filed in the office of the at nights ? Is he at school on timn MCKENZIE'S! JCXT DOOR TO JONAS uplift. endeavors tor the general Clerk of the Rockcastle.County Court and with the Judge thereof on all the time? Will you help us put the 24th day of August, i9i2, asking that an election be held in said his name among the number th.s m new feature of the presi county, October 26th, 1912, for the purpose of submitting to the legal month? One of the voters of said county the qnestionof whether the Fiscal Court of said We wish to thank the people u r dential campaign is that both old parties are running advertise- county shall issue and sell the bonds of said countv in an amouut not their interest, for their encourag ments in the daily and weekly to exceed the limit allowed under the Constitution and the Laws of the ing words in behalf of the school newspaper calling attention to the State of Kentucky, and under no circumstancesfor an amount greater for their visits, and for their talks merits of their respective cand - than $100,000.00, said bonds to be sold and the proceeds arising there- - 10 us in chapel. We feel that vou Cost the bog raiser millions of dollars last yeae and nothing short of vaccination This; is fn .improvement from .to be used in building and constructing turnpikes throughout helped make this spiendid record dates. seemed to offer the slightest promise of a cure. over the M' system 'of promiscuous' Rockcastle County and through territory to be hereafter designated by We are glad to know that we have Prevention, however, is the logical solution of the question. Dr. Hess. (M.D., D.V.S.) wind jamming over the-- country. the said Fiscal Court, and the Court being sufficiently advised, orders no "chronic kickers" in our town ? has always maintained that by giving Dr. Hess Stock Tonic to tone up and strengthen every everybody is foi) the school. 3 orean in the system, to regulate the bowels, liver and kidneys, expel worms ; and also thoroughly be held at the time and for the purposes stated in said that said ele-tiI disinfect the premises, steeping quarter ana runs witn ut. ness uiy auu uiaimiom, muuiu TO REDUCE FIRE DANGER. petition, and that T. J. Nicely. Sheriff of Rockcastle County, be and he Let's make this month better tnau prevent an outbreak of this disease. last. Let's visit oftener and talk October the 8 has been officially is hereby directed to cause a poll to be opened and an election to be : day in held in the County of Rockcastle 011 the 26th div of October, 1912, school tnore . Read what one of the big hog raisers in the country says plagues ever known. designated as a clean-u- p 1911 our country was visited by one of the worst hog During which is more than 60 days after the filing of said petition in said office Kentuckv for the purpose of SAVED LEG OF BOY. We fed Dr Hess Stock Tonic, and only lost two head out of a herd of two hundred and as aforesaid, and he will cause the poll to be opened in each and all of fire dangers. old ten." Alex. Nevius, Modesta, 111. "It seemed that my. obhe voting precincts in said county; and he is directed to advertise said If this day were religiously bov would have to lose his leg, on Also note what bulletin No. 182 of the Kansas State College says served throughout the Coramon-veaftfithe- election and the object thereof at least 30 days next before the day thereof account of an uglv ulcer, causer wouia be fewer'fires in some newspaper having the largest circulation in the county and also by a bad bruise," wrote D. F. about preventing Hog Cholera: "All "When we recall the conditions which favor the disease and the manner In which it infection to record within the next twelve by printed hand bills posted up at not less than fsur public places in Howard. Aquone, N. C. of the takes place, it will be seen that feeding and caringr of hog has much to do with the prerentlon dipped Al .emedies and dodtors treatment month to come. The general re each voting precinct in the county and at the court house door Premises shonld be cleaned and disinfected regularly. The hogs thenuelres shouldxnbe way Cholera tried Bucklen's this jand 'about legal voters of said co. nty shall be privileged to vote at said election failed till we everv few weeks. Maintaining these conditions helps to keep np the vitality of the hog.and moval of rubbish Arnica Salve; and cured him with troublss of all kinds are warded off. To aid digestion and circulation and to prevent worms, the bulletin . It is ordered that court adjourn. OUSineSS UOUSCS, idLluura, reeommeuds a formula of Wood charcoal, Sulphur, Salt, 'Sodium Bicarhonate, Sodium Sulphate, Sodium one box. "Cures burns, boils, V. Bethurum, L. Hypoaulphate and Black Antim dences and other places would skin eruption, piles. 25 cents at tfce box about Jpdge Rockcastle County Court. . , el yen in tablesDOonf ul doses wuW undoubtedly be benefica! but would cst Chas. C. Davis'. d hao steed amount to a big reduction in fire formuta for Dr. Hess Stock Teak wbkh k vos.lv. superior d copy attest: SSSTtot ,0c per WzaVd.' The putting in 'order of A true F. Bowman, C. R. C. C. , S. TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION. QUASMA. Dlgestire & General Tonic Expels. Worms. SmnCW.restlve kou3esaad premises in advance PSraOT15B3lLrExpel.WrBM. SULPHATE IOP sODA Laxative actsupontheLiyer. Association of The Teachers' of winter wouldsave many losses EPSOM SALTS, Laxative, c at is hereby given that in obedience to the above order of the Educational Division No. 1 will be Notice CHARCOAL. Prevents Noxious Gases. sure''fco income otherwise StKXSb OF 3rSwH Acts uSthe KiXeys. thtare": the Mt. Vernon Graded FENUGREEK, Tonic and Aromatic. through defective flues, stoves and County Court of Rockcastle County, I will cause an election to be held held inbuildineSaturday, October and sold to you on a written the time and place indicated, from six o'clock a. m. until four o'clock School This preparation is compounded by Dr.Hess, (M.D., D.V.S.) other heating arrangements and at ingredients t, for the purpose of 22th. We havefome of the best p. m , for the purposes set out in said order ; guarantee and only costs 3c per month for the average hog. The definition of the through tbej neglect of those on the pro state and noted medical authorities. 'whichy wmler simple and submitting to the legal voteis of said county the question of whether speakers of the are taken from the United States Dispensatory Thereare many other good the Fiscal Court of said county shall issue and sell bonds of said county gram. are ofmuch Feed your hogs in an amount not to exceed the limit allowed under the Constitution things you cannot miss. See to personal and general and the Laws of the State of Kentucky, pnd under no circumstances for a program. We are going to make welfare. Sprinkle the runs and sleeping quarters with a solution of "record to prevont disease and expel worms. of an amoant greater than $100,000.00 ; said bouds to be sold and the this association the . Some veaaigk ttfe' 'people arisjag therefrom' to be used in the building and constructicn breaser " in Rockcastle county for the United8ttei? -- became aware proceeds year, or, all past years. Help of the fact that Eoutf h of July of turnpikes throughout Rockcastle Countv and through territory to be this known Also dip your hogs with ttiis solution . us in this attempt, teachers. Come bereafterdesignated by said Fiscal Court. one of the foremost coal tar, creosote disinfectantsno loss from disease- celebrations of tyejibolBfej-o'tswill have All legal voters of said county shall be privileged to vote at said and bring some of your pupils. when the weather will permit, and you powder burning sort were causing S1.00 o. You cannot afford to miss it All SBlb Pall a heavy annual loss in lue and election. county are expected teachers of the This Sept. 19th, 1912. T J. NiGELBy, propertyi The injudicious use of po attend as it Is pay day. Sherip 'Rockcastle County. fireworks resulted in many deaths field Mgiff5?ji Vf,, ffiyn ffgrgi ;wa& jasasaa and serious injuries' dud in the oRDER ROCKgASflili Program lor Te.icher'8 AssociaCO., destruction or damage nf many cQtJRT Sent. Tei:tH Sent 5. ioi2 tion to be held at Pitte Hill, Oct. ..j: -. r , 4TT ifrgl-.rtf7i-- l, vf --" - -- s? v, frr rfffigSfirir Lit of candidates no,v in the rgg; atTP'fffiTw riffvrf Birdsell SOLD BY North ! WAGONS JOE NOE SOE PBDPLE do-nothi- tnr'grth. ... -- '''' -- i' J .J USZZ ,j Th Fran l Shop J. MOORE -; jOptician H. SEAVY For Congress TICKET &3J3C&$? T853C3gK8633EX33: GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER s ORDER FOR ELECTION To Brodhead Ky' For Turnpikes I -- $eccoc jcifedfcc:!fc SCOURGE THE OF HOG CHOLERA1 on -- re-duc- in 14-yea- r re -- ir !- - to-wi- pre-cai&- $asij-ra'ctfca- l, Dr. Hess Stock Tonic Dr. Hess bip and Disinfectant JONAS McKENZIE, loo'lbs dealer MT. VERNON, KY PRINT SHOWS THROUGH ( 1 rf-- V r Z V,. f jffiggiirrVn MT.,'V!RNON:-SieNA- iftif L KY-.jGc- r.S.-.-T- i fflfniTai ; " i ii '-- 7 w2afeM "L. A- aiW)gwaMij'iWM -A- i'i ' AfTnf tf JaiS?! Bfjijii iiriVaniTMffMiTMfa 7- - TTfTrr mm Mt. VkitKON 1 t 4, 1912 9Cn at whenHQ waaitoCommunl- , 7 With SIGNAL . "fid. 79" louisvitxc & Nashville r. R. Co. TIME TABLE. 22 uortn 24 nortn 23 south 21 4.46 p m 353 a m 11:38 a id 12:19 South Phone No. 8. am Jas. Landrum, Agent. Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice mail matter. aa second-clag PERSONAL "Bub" fever. Bryant has typhoid Little Edward Cox has about recovered. Dr. John M. Williams is here from Arizona. Dr. D. B. Southard was in Louisville Monday. J. Fish was in Louisville du'rin o the week on business. Chas. D. Anderson was over from Richmond Sunday. Miss Grace Cox, who has had typhoid, is rapidly improving. John Mullins and J. A. Oliver were up from Livingston yester 7XK rson'ieelsret'tynohesome rTOT Has.C Davis': when all alone in the world, but ' I have read a greattlenl of late-iyour county paper.vTHE Signal relatives are not Fresh fish every Thursday, Fri- too raauy in regard to thu goodi roads moveLivingston, desirable. day and Saturday at Baking Co. Spectacles and plain ment tbat is being talked of in Rockcastle, and I feel a keen The average wotnan.'s idet of and bi focal made and fitted while interest in the success of this domestic economy is to darn her you wait. Drop into Franklin's great measu.e. husband's hosiery and buy herself new shop and see the work going Being born and reared and on. new ones. having spent the beht part of my A regular business meeting of1 The ladies of the order of the life in this good cop y. I feel ' Tl . .1. the Women's Club will be held eastern star win give a social at that the best is none I. . good 'or this evening at the home of Mrs. Masonic Hall on Tuesday evening, jher nobe penple. IaI. , tei lilt Oct. 8th. All members are request- - if there is any one tha . re ibv, Willis Adams. pA tn hi nrpupnt Tt.an.h urp nrif.tir1 . .. At Tuesday's primal ies in Water- -' ,. aB .,7C the greit need of better highwav . , ivs uliu a uuujuq piaj o in Rockcastle, it is mysel . having town, N. Y., only one prohibitioniand refreshments. practiced medicine in the county st, voted. The town isn't living M-work bein in v Nesbitts Golden Ointment cures e gQt years- up to its name section where roads were the all skin diseases, eryesirelas. A union service will be conductvery worst and the creek beds scaK zerna, tetter, ring-wored by Revs. Watson and Tinsley wete used for public highways Sunday evening at the Christian head, burns, old sores and the because some citizens didn't think itch. 50 cents per jar. Mfg and church. Everybody welcome. hi could spare thirty feec ol road sold by. R. R. Beasley, Excavation for the foundation bad through his farm. .1 am glad Mt. Vernon, Ky. and basement of the new Montrose however that this spirit is dying Dr.. Max Baff has loosed over Mr. Rider out, and being replaced by a more tel is being pusht. h millinery styles and draws says he needs more hands m "the the unselfish one. That what will be the inference therefrom that good for my neighbor, will be work. woman is still a savage. Chicago All' merchants in neighboring News. We must admit that the good for me also. Turnpikes can be built in Rocktowns, don't fotet to order your LOCAL ' u (TtfJLJ HL-rrias-- iii 2? eye-glasse- s; iflKriVifs Notice the h a . .... ,. Afif n crotch of Union Suit It is I ! ? -- id Mm ec-'l- he THERE IS NO QUESTION ABOUT IT YOU OUGHT TO WEAR No seam, buttons or opening in the crotch. Perfectly smooth, elastic, comfortable. No binding, bunching or chafing. The i Closed like a Dair of drawers. closed White Cat Unick Suit with Klosed Krotcfa Patented) dy. bread, rolls, cakes, etc., from ingston Baking Co. Special price to dealers. There will be preaching at the Presbyterian church next Sunday morning. In the evening there will be a union service at the Christian church. One way for a girl to tell when she i.c in love is for her to feel like she wants to work for her board and clothes and make soniebodj happy. Dallas News. Liv-Demin- g, Dr. W. D. Laswell of Kings Seveial automobile loads of DanMountain speaks for the Bond ville Masons went over to Stanfoissue: rd-last night and conferred a began his quar- degree upon Congressman Harvey S. C Franklin terly inspection of L.& N. watches, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Miller" weffe in Madison county Friday and Saturday. Chambers Oldham" is moving things along in the K. P. commissary at Pine Hill. J. W. Rider is in Louisville con tracting for material for the con struction of the Montrose hotel. B. F. Eberhart has moved his family to London. We regret to this splendid family of lose people. J. J. Martin, of Rockford, a good roads advocate was here Monday to attend the .meeting of the good roads committee. has a position Miss Zelma-Jone- s a telephone operator in the branch exchange of a large dry goods establishment in New York City. J. E. Snoop, president of the was in Mt Vernon Light Co., New York last week looking up electrical machinery for his plant. Paris Sowder was in Cincinnati first iifJthe week- We understand that be.is looking out a location at6ewhere and will leave Mt. Ver- -- Helm Danville Advocate. It has just about gotten so in this country that a woman can always tell when she is getting stout by the hard time she has in getting her skirt on without a shoe born. There is a great demand for laborers in ths county. The K. P. folks at their Pine Hill works could use 60 or 75 more men; the quarries could give employment to a number more. Invitations have been received here to attend the Fourth annual convention of the Soutnern Ap-p- ; lacbian Good Roads Association to be Jield.at .Atlanta, Ga., on Nov. 20 and 21st. Specials for Saturday; only, at Livingston Bakery, Napfha Washd ing Powders, package. cts.. Lenox soap, 8 bars 25 cts., 15 pure apple vinegar, 25 cts. per gal. Come, early. We only have a small amount.-- ' tour-poun- present millinery styles are far castle at naif the cost of many from tame and we've often seen For the Lord other counties. a woman go wild over n new hat. knows you have the material to The K P. Plant at Pine Hill had build them with. a coach-loa- d of prominent visitors, Why should a teamster want to consisting of business and profess- drag eight cross ties bver a mud ional men, including some of the road when he can pull twenty-fiv- e city officers of Louisville last Sun. over a turnpike with the same day. They armed in the private team? coach early Sunday morning, reIt takes nearly two hours to ride turning late in the afternoon. In from Wildie to Mt. Vernon over another column will be found a list the present road while the same make no exceptions of their names and other matter of distance could be made in forty when saying to you much interest in connection with minutes over a pike. that the equal of "FISH'S this great enterprise being estab- jjNow what you want to do is to $15 SPECIAL" SUITS lished in our county. vote for this bond issue, and AND OVERCOATS is then see to it that the roads at e not to be found in America Wanted: The Cosmopolitan way that they will profit at the r'ce. Group requires the services ofa built in a the greatest per cent of the people. They are made by master in Mt. Vernon representative I most sincerely hope that each tailors from guaranteed and surrounding territory, to look every, voter will tgarch as one 13 fabrics and made after subcription renewals, and to and. manr to the poles and.- - cast their L&4 so well that they are extend circulation by special methods which have proved un vote for better highways the thing usually successful. Salary arid' that will increase the'' value of Commission. Previous experience your farrs and briug, you more desirable but not essential. Whole comfort th n anything you could is the first really comfortable union suit You will never know real underwear satisfaction till you try it Come and let us show it to you. 1. FISH'S GUARANTEED Clothes WE For Men $1.50 and $2. The Bight Kind of I NDERWEARD At the Bight Prieti po Our assortment of "Winter Underwear is so large afld Tarietie many that urely every taste can be satisfied. Cotton Ribbed and Sanitary Fleeced SHIRTS and DRAWERS 50 c Look For rf?QV K all-woo- l- the Sign of th Flh .mmrmw time cr spare time. references, Charles C. Schuer.. The Cosmopolitan Group, 381 Fourth Ave.. New York City. Hugh Linville, aged 17, a son of W. M. Linville, was accident shot last Friday. The young man was at work in a field .when one of the neighbor boys came aloug with an old pistol ., and while young Linville was examning it, wa in some way discharged the ball striking' .him in the groin passing through the body.' .'The young man was taken to Berea where; the ball, was extracted aqd the lasl report he was doing very nicely. . 0; ," -- Address, with possibly do. And the next time I come to Rockcastle I will not be compelled to ford Renfro Creek lengthwise. And you will be saved the humiliation 'of having it said that Rockcastle is a back numder. You nave resources to make Rockcastle one of the oest counties in the common wealth and I am glad to see its good people aroused to .ee its worth. Yours for good roads, . GUARANTEED TO GIVE YOU SATISFACTORY WEAR S4VZHn 4wfed The Store' That Sells Good Qlothts W. D. Laswell. FURNITURE WE . SPEAKING DATES. The following is a!H3t of Good Roads speaking dates tor next week and t.ie followirigf'gentlemen will address the people on that impofttitTt subject: -- x!)n Tuesday night Oct. 8th. at the following places: Level Green: Rev. D. K. Gentry, O. C. Davis and P. H. Shutts, Maretburg: Atty. E R. Gentry Rev. G. S. Watson and E. S. Albright. Pine Hill: Judge L-W. Atty. C. C. Williams, Atty. Ashley Owens and A. B. Furnish Langford: Cashier W. L Rich ards, Will H. Fish, Geo. S. Griffin aud Hugh Miller. Red Hill? A.ttv- Ef. "B. Thompson, 0. D. Sutton,. Dr. R, G. Webb and Sheriff T. J. Niceley. -- i' f ' The good roads meeting held in the Court House Mbuday was largely attended:-- . and, many enthusiastic speeches made. The order made by the Fiscal Court that in eveut the Bond issue BOB. carries, that each Magisterial disMiss Bertie Brock stopped for a trict shall have $20000 should right with bfitcister, Mrs.Albright, certainly put an end to the talk en route to Denver, Colo , where that it is only a move for Mt. Vershe wilt spe'ntt several months with non to get a few miles of Road. ber brothers. The united Christian Endeavor It is true Mt. Vernon wants roads W. H. Graves, of Livingston Society of Mt. Vernon will hold but at the same time Mt. Vernon Telefbae'Co., " advises that we a Yotjng People's Rally Sunday wants the rest of the county to now ,have teleibjje connection with evening at the Christian Church have them just the same, for Mt. Gauiey post office four miles out ar 6:30 o'clock. The leader of Vernon and the rest of the towns from Livingston. the meeting will be Rev. Geo, of the pounty will prosper in proMre. J. E. Vowels, 724 S. Fifth, Thjsley. Special plans for the portion tp tlje way tlie whojg Louisville, accomodates visitors to fljeoting bave beeu made, and an county prospers.a our next the city with board and lodging. tnterestiug meeting is assured. issue wilj appear a full and coin: Rockcastle citizens' and friends AH former members, all present plete statement of the whole situFRIPAY NIGHT. OCT. 11. carefully- - looked after. members and all "other yqung ation from a tp z. pon't fail ;o Livingston: C Will-jamlrjad itapd above all let every body Miss Mary Richards returned people are invjted.. Jqd.ge L. W. Bethurum, A. be up and dping for tftebQnfl jSsue. B. .Furnish, Dr. R. G. Webb. " Wednesday to her home at Glen Revival meeting will begfn at coe atter a month's visit with the Qak Hll: Ashley1" Owens, E the Baptist church Sunday Qct. G0OD ROADS MEETING AT R. Gentry, Dr. A. G Novell. family of her uncle, W. L Rich' BL0F, SPRINGS, 6'h, Rev, R, A." Barnes will be ards, at this place. Pradhead; Atty. q W- - Brown, Promptly at 1 o'clock last Wed; gol. Ws J. Sparky and. P., S. Craig" is agent for the- here and will assist tbepastor, by Davie Danville laundry and Ramie preaching morning and evening! nescjay night, the gavel was throughout the comjng week, soynded. at Prof. Jryiq Bujlopk's. Richards looks after the basket Freedom! Chasier-L. RichEveryone is acquainted with Scfcqql Hpuge fcqown q everyone Both for the London laundry. ard?, P. H. Shutts, Geo, S, Griffin Bro. Barnes, begin with him at as Blue Springs School House, by nd W- - Q. Qwens. are good business boys.. , (he first service and get' the Chairman and we are glad to Scaffold. Oane? CaotainVA, i.N, Beqfley, Mrjs, Atty. E. B. benefit "ol the services!. ". Come to say tha people bad filled the Thompson, W. H. Fh. Sheriff T. Ab Sparks and daughter, Margret, the fir$f service Sunday morning bouse-bth.e time speaking bega. 4. NJpeley, Chairtna,a Mrs. T, C pike', Misses, " Julia Chas. C. ij P. PPE, at 11 o'clock. want to say that th.e crovyd vyas Davis, ana M?. W. JH. I J ones. Ruth Clark, Mollie Waters, Mattje pastor. the inosji enthusiastic qf aqy people, .Butnerl .Virginia Davis," Blanche Saturday' night Oct. iath. there we have ever tnet. 4tty. 0. C, will be speaking at Gum Crawford, Messrs Russel Proctor, Spring Reader, this means you, When WUHams, Jqd.ge Bethurqm. and gch'jt 1 house. .Everett Mulltas; David Craig and you wish to get fcelefont exchange There will be a Captain W- - It-- Rioharda were many Will H. Fish were in Livingston over the wire give crank two or uuniltcj "of good speakers present. times loudly applauded by the en. between trains Sunday. A good crowd is expected and three turns, if you are in town, tbusiastic.hearers saying, go, on; desired at each of the places Dr. E. G. Webb was up from then listen for "number" from go, on, we are ail for good roads named. Monday and made a operator. DONT ring again for Livingston Yours very truly, and the bond issue. We want to most- enthusiastic good' roads ten seconds if you dont get reply thank the good Chas. C, Daaus, Chm. people for their speech before the good roads' at once. Operator will look after hospitality shown us while in their Biliousness is due tpTa disordered meeting. When the Fiscal court you without so much aggravating midst and especially that Prince conditfon pf the stomach'. Cham made the order that each magister ringing. Three separate calls or gpoa ieiiows, W. M. Bullock berlain's Tablets' are essentially a ial district should have an equal made in succession. ' over toll who is always intended es- for the rie-hn,nd . stoniach medicine, apportionment of the $100,000 if lines is sufficient, then if no reply who :if w ' aei on- furnished an elegant supper cwiany organ, the bond issue carries " the Doctor in fen5 seconds make three more tor the crowd from to cleanse it,- strengthen it, tone a distapce. said, Livingston could be counted calls. By observing these direct and- - invigbrat'd it, to regulate the Yours for better highways, onto give almost a solid vote.- for ions you save your own temper 'as - ' liver and-.'t- o Davis! r 1. Chas.' positively aud , effectually, . For ;u. well as that of the' operator. ' ' Kti if 'Chm.. sale by Chas, C. Davis.'" - Hon. Ben V. Smith, democratic candidate, for-- Congress made a 'T 'V j" strong ana convencing argument to a small but appeciative audience here yesterday setting forth the reason why he f should ba elected to Congress. Mr. Smith, is a good speaker, makes a win'- ning speech and he is confident of his election. are showing the best line of Furniture ever brought mmm WW J 1 fill i i'Jf m w imm Wig mtik II ft a lMf s lmm ft B f I to Livingston, Let us show you before you make your fall purchases We have everything for the home from the basement to the attic. - I 111 IF IB - f E. L. COCKRELL - AttO GUARANTEED To be ol wool To wear to yovr s, satisfaction. 3 Livingston, Ky. - -- - The FALL Styles are, all here and you W. the-entir- e are most cordially invited to come in and see them. If you are not ready just now to buy your Suit or Overcoat, select it and let us put it aside until you are ready. Just arrived a full and complete line of Ladies', Misses and Children's Cloaks, The best lint Other Good Suits ever, shown in Brodhead See them before you buy to $20 The men should. examine $10 - m ... our line of Beddey- - . wvoy-Bca- or imc t 0I UOtflnj: 1 V - "& 1 ? a baqisbr-.Jbiliousnes- , s t .j v f , m. AQAMl , liOME of GOOD CLOTHES v Artfl I . ' BRQDHEAD. K rf ,, OS ' -- tPci-- , - s'K .J I xi -- .i .'4 ? v t $ "t ft V . '7 s L rivVv-!- ' f 1 '--- w r c' 1' '.. J? jaiaijiniflxjrj 'i iijSryiTifLlwi-tNi?ST"iiiiirri- i TT , .., norfcct lTomVwe obey litem, bul disease follows dliooidi' -h i.n r.i ... . - ...... . v. .... . thefe are mvstcnes lucre. . ... mi ....... tree. ke th? hark of !he fU;,h W ...M fatho... , r.tone rootj ijuccr's- root, bicnarooc ana ., Or.--, .n w:,i. imntlraKc rr" ..." J rfnMn Ofll r)Ol . ". .ftC U TCICKIiaC, C CW Cwr.l.t. f lii-proportions, and y ii svc . ivt -- AT J&&1S5JS i,c . E -X . AWBS. li.i-.f. - Tr i . .,. .,I T ,. t.i ......... :il I.lllli f- Ml Wl- - for-yo- u. ! in1 fwffTii-?-- i riMJiwui-ir- ""fiiffru Wi four hoursi as the law rcquirfesj . with the and he will physician and tnmily to keep the! i . fc I ALSO ' Wild-cl.err- y . d;.eae from sr)adine. & ro-f- -- - DOC7iS PJiSSSCE'S GQLPEH IWE34CAL. WESUVfcKY. ch' mists and pharma- sco of two Ir took He. Fierce, wth the ; ' AT-..'.- t f j.- .Ai" - . ." (, . 'HfflSffi5. JE3iv ksmaut 'ii.a rlJfc livf Hl ,' cta;vif!t'mo :h. ol h.nu work raper.mcnting to pe.itcc , thin H,tible alterative ana tonic sxtract of the greatest c!i.r.itrtiy. ur.PAWLnv,of Millvillc, Calif.,vritcs: "I wish ;' in.. U. ....'..?. " : ' Cnldnn 'Medical Dis- i !..,.? .1..-, U,... u J . III Will . -E 1"- . coyci) js. my ..lniny ior iwciuj- juius. m h.hu "I havo a family iroin oiher dishos and should re : dofto:(4iHi in but onco during that time. '. : ;l:;'divt!. all well r.iul hc.irty, for which, to a great r main some time in boiling water. '"- 'n,. i thanks to you and your 'Golden Medical . 8. Disintect all bed and bod UiAvcrj at' I'clIoSs, whiih vvo use when sick. jdoMi ng, and other like thing.- Dr F "'c '." lsWs. .it Pellets rcj;idate and invigorate s si.on ps removed, by immersion J bnwcl- tiny granules. j";. . re-luu-e- . " ! the mouth and nose, which especially contain the gtrms of the disease. J should he received on soft clot' S jauC burnec', and Other discharges should be disinfected, and all irom the sii'k room burned. in ieeding All utensils tl'e from I I se r' " - -- y At ama&edbgn. rrii tli i'm iq . ' - - r ii", V'rtM CASTORIA For Infants and Children. 1 j-- - u" . II ..r..J - n 482 ttwnv mm w The Kind You Have Always Bought ALCOHOL 3 PriR CENT. Agclablerrcpnrationronls-similaiifKj ,iv.-- ( i.HVrJ KieFootf antlRcguta-lin-g ttites: tlie Stomachs andBowelsof Bears the Signature I -- x - I V- - ,ji j i '1 i ? M'F S P H WT R Our line of Couch Caskets I W 1 SS i feWfCliSl MmW; jSi-- JCSfr i"(L tv ).rs-K- t,j mt a. a Ij lor at least six hours in a solution 'ol chloride ot lime, Jour ounces o the ga n of water. They ii y t icii be wrung out and be .jui in the wash. Remember, ii, w ever, mat no oismtectant in he occupied sici roo u cttn o way with thi necessity h r abmid tut fre.sh air and sunlight. 1 r ci'il Promotes Dfcestionkerfur ness and RestContalns neither Opiuni.Morphirt2 nor Mineral of mm Not Narcotic. si ..ii AT In - K&Lji'! LW.f'i'l pa JhrpiHr td Sad" i- JhMcSJl- :( a ?MMi j . ifearse seut to all parts of if "- rf u ,hM f.w iiiijwvibiiiiv.' -- All orafers by Wire Prompt I v Filled i W i j.22? EC E Plume 94 S MT. VERN()iT,K7 I I Yesterday Tcday 1 - r. To"-morro-w YI5STKK.D hut not YO-IiA- V ouly a vision, drriam, well li'.eij makes every yesterdav a dream of vihititi uf hop?. Tlierefore today, W i. hut rt .1 to d.ty i bi-iiif- j your account to : jutIv,(3fmt. verltont MT. VERWON! KENTUCKY V. L. RICHARDS, that all your moneys will brinjj you happi-- n TI' :i!id projx'HU. and all our n.oollectious of yestenlay will and all your dealings ami relations brinir you with this LJainTwiir fiHnjj you yreat prosperity. n our hop is THaANK OF I C C. The lsjlrttiou of the patieut should cont'nue for ten days after 1 r ,ce f the disease has dis- ' appeared, and until he has had a di-i- n ecting bath and been clad in garments which have not been n the sick room. No person from a huure where there is diphtheria should be jennitied to go irto public a semblies, aud no child from a house where this disease has pi evaded should be allowed 10 attend school without a ci -ttficate lrom the health officer that it is sale to do so. Alter complete recovery, cr 10 death, always thoroughly disiufecL the room and its contents,, preter-abl- y with nascent formaldehyd. or where this is not available, by burning three pounds of sulphur, inoiMened with alcohol, tor each 1,000 cubic feet of space, pie viouMiy stopping all openings, and dampening the f ior, bedding and clothing and leaving the room tightly closed for twelve honr.i The room should be thotoughl) 9 to t WV. " " JuluivaaiSilx IfjaiSttd- VULyiciJimr. f 1 ftV Alt 'J Aperfect Remedy for Consflps-Hnn- . Smir Stanuch.Dlarriica "Yorras,ConTilslons.FeverisW Use For Over w fEMK J" ncs3atdLGSS or SLEEP. cf TacSinuk Signature J 11 Now York World. BK, r'. ti i ROLLA WELLS IS EARLY ONTHE JOB Democratic National Treasurer her domestic duties alone. She wants to do her share In problems of the political aud business world. Mrs. Marshall is said to have discussed In detail with her bushand his action on the Baltimore convention, and when It was seen that Marshall was the man who was going to go on the ticket with Wilson he wanted to know what his wife thought about It. "It won't be any harder than being Governor of Indiana, and if the party thinks you ure the man it only agrees with my opinion." she said, and that settled the matter with Governor Marbe- tt?f.: ;iv.' Tito: CcrrrAun Compaict, NEW YOKK. Thirty Years 8J TMr -. g.feuarantcedundePthSfSag g S-- as- Exact Copy of Wrapper. I 1 1 1 11 1 11 w eiTT. ctNJAun COMMNT. Ultlff Is After Small Contributor. THE PEOPLE TO HELP. shall. Marshall had the honor of Mrs. gnimnnnHnnimmninwnmminmm!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Thera Is to Bo No "Tainted Mono Used In Electing Wilson and Marshall. New York. A small, smooth shaved, middle aged man with a coat of tan that gave evidence of- - much outdoor life receutly came into the Waldorf carry I uk a suit case early In the afternoon and registered as "Rolla Wells, St, "Louis. Mo." The smooth shaved little man. who is to be the watchdog of the Wilson campaign money from now on. was asked for vital statistics, whereupon it was learned at first hand that he Is of St. Louis, a banker aud years old. was graduated at Is fifty-siPrinceton in 1870. or three years before Governor Wilson was graduated; that he hus two sons who are Princeton men und a grandson who some day will he a Princeton man; that he had no notion of seeing New York this summer until the Wilson organization selected him as its treasurer and that just at present the one thing that sticks out in the appointment in his mind is that the new job cut In seriously upon a most lieautiful vacation which he and Mrs. Weils had been enjoying in a camp at Little Traverse bay, Michigan. Mr. Wells believes In getting at his desk at 8 o'clock In the morning. "We are going to raise our campaign fund through the small contributions.' said Mr. Weils. "1 am sure that a large part of tin money will be raised by popular sub scriptlon. The people have confidence li Woodrow Wilson, and thev will glv what they can of their means to elec such a man president. "l am a great believer tu pnbHshlu. broadcast, before and after eiectloi the various eontributious made. There ure men who can well affov to give the committee $5,000. but want to assure the public that we an not going to have any tainted mone.i "We are appealing to the people, am' we are relying on them to help elect Wil.son aud Marshall. "1 have two boys who have leei graduated from Princeton, one ttvt year ago and one seven. But it is no benuise ours is u Princeton family thai I like Governor Wilson. He is a grea big man and the type that we shouli have In public life." x ing the first woman in Indiana to hold an office. She was appointed county clerk of Steuben county by her father and held that office for a number of 1 ix. VERNON DjISKET CD. PRACTICAL UNDERTAKERS FUNERAL DIRECTORS, AND years. WirjJMS. lJr.-,ide- nt. Cashier' ventilated, aud all ledges, wood work etc solutiou. , washed with strong bod soap aud nused with a disinfective When Governor Marshall and his wife were about to be married she decided that her last official act of the office would be to make out the mar ringe license. Governor Marshall accompanied his wife to the county clerk's office and watched her with care as she noted the records In the big hook and filled out the license and watched her as she carefully signed her father's name, with her own as itlilliip 'm-mmm 3 H EHBA.LXKIIS Mt. Vernon, Ky. S s E g r OUCH METAL! CCASKETS Coffins and Robes. J. P. BBSN-Dentist- " In some twenty odd counties of 11 In case of death, the deputy. Over U. G. Baker's $ lore.' Crovn and I'ridje Work a Sjff'cially. All work 5ii.u,anteed. 'W. T. FRANCES, the State statistical reports show that diphtheria exists in those rounties and Ihe State Board of Health has wisely addressed a circular letter to tho citizens of tbeState calling attention to the best known methods of preventing the occurrence and spread of this desease. PREVENTION OF D1PH THERIA. Diphtheria s both con 1. tagious and infectious, and is distinctly a preventable disease, beng ''WYihHr? Ml Virnon. Ky easily limited to the first case or cases. When it gets away from Hnmf. .inil oliUvTn iTie lauTc-idene-e Dr. My.'i'd formerly occupied on Old) the primary cases and makes its Main St.," Mt. Vernon. escape upon the community somebody is to blame. The sooner we C. C. as a sanitary maxim accept this ATTORFY-AT-LAthe sooner we shall begin to do our duties as individuals and KY. MT. VRRNON. communities. On 2rd. floor o 2. On account of its frequency The Bank of M t. Veruon , on Church Special attention given and fatality this disease is of street. importance to the people to collections. Phone N0..80. opltentuckv than smallpox, yellow i fever or cholera 3. When a child has sore throat, and'especially if diphtheria is in the neighborhood, it should UtlDERTAKER and EMBAiMEfi be immediately separated from other children until a competent physician has seen it and decided whether or not it is affected with :i contagious dease 4. II diphtheria, strictly isolate the case at once, in an up stairs room if possible, and as dison-necte- d ' 1. as piacticable lrom the Kv-living and- sleeping apartments of No one except oilier children the physician and nurse should enter the room, and they should take every precaution uot to carry the infection to others. urges the The board 5. use of a standard hypodermatic antitoxin, such as Alexander's, in doses, as soon atlPoRt s.oob-un" as the disease is recognised or seriously suspected, and that thjs dose shuuld be repeated or doubled within twelve hours if' Mount Vernon Monumental.' unless marked improvement has taken place. If case is seen after hours use .if the first twenty-fou- r S fiora 7 to 250.00 units the first mi - ' ir?" - - -- - of anu dose, depending upon severity. miID&ALER n Marbles and It recommends that immunizing Granite jMonuments of all dose.-- of 1000 uuits boused for l childrer, and especially for all kinds.. Estimates furnished inexperienced relatives acting as onapplieation. nmses who have been sen. usly H Williams, ESS-OFFI- CE. far-more J.C,eCUWY should be wrapped in a vsheit saturated in a disinfecting solutioi. shall. and burned without public service "Why. we are all fixed." explained In giving notice of death news-shoul- d Mrs. Marshall, pointing to the license "Yes. but I have to pay for It." re s'ate that it was from piled the governor "It's all right for diphthetia, aud that children, and you to make it out. but It's up to me those having care of , children, to pay the fee." And he did. should not attend the luneral. Mrs. Marshall is a keen student, and having established the practice of go 12. To be effective the prelug with her husband on all his trips caution herein suggested should be they short or long, they make it be rigidly observed. poiut to carry along home bonk Imperfect Mrs Marshall is as much of a tin isolation aud disinfection are inanitarian as the governor A glanci worse than useless, giving rise at some of the bills that have beeu ouly to a false and misleading passed by the 1011 Indiana leglslaturt .rives an Insight Into the governor: sense of security. To curtail child labor. County and municipal 13. To regulate sale of cold storage prod boards of health have full authority acts. To require hygienic schoolhouse under our laws to enlorce these und medical examination of children. rules, and will fall short of their To orevent blindness at birth. duty il they lail to do so. To regulate sale of cocaine and ther drugs. 14. Arrangement- - have been To provide free treatment for by perlected under which county or irophobia. city boards of health may procure To establish public playgrounds. To Improve pure food laws. Alexander's antitoxin at wholeTo protect against loan sharks. sale prices through this Board. To provide police court matrons. A constant supply of tresh antiTo prevent traffic In white slaves. To permit night schools. toxin is always ou hand at Bowling To require medical supplies as part Green. Details furnished upon f a train equipment. application. Governor Marshall has also played u active part in providing for protec-:o- n Copies of this circular, and 01 of labor, as is exampled by the similar ones in regard to scarlet nllowing acts: and typhoid fever and consumption To create a bureau of Inspection or workshops, factories, "mines and distribution, may be had tor free oilers. upon application to the Board at l'o establish free employment agen Brow'iug Green. es. i'o require full train crews. By ordet of the Board. i'o require safety devices on switch William Bailky, M. D, Pres. Woodrow Wilson says this is not h ugines. on I'o require efficient headlights J. N. McCormack, M. D., Sec. time to be ufraid to "speak out in meet SAVED BY HIS WIFE. She's a wise woman who knows just what to do when her husband's life is in danger, but Mts. R. J. Flint, Braintree, Vt., is of thai kind. "She insisted on m using Dr. King's New Discovery writes Mr. F. "for a dreadful cough, when 1 was so weak my tri'ends all thought I had only a short tine to live, aud it com A quick cure Pletelv cured .rae-'- ! for coughs and colds, it's the most gale and reliable medicine for many throat and lung trouble grip, bronchitis, croup, whooping cough, cfuinsy, tonsilitis, hemorrhages. A trial, will con5o cts. and $1.00 vince you. Guaranteed by Chas. C. Davis. " ES Licened Embalmer will have chai'ge of that line of Mrs. Marshall, having blotted the :r work for the company. Z Ink. said. "Now we can go." rr Orders by wire promptly tilled. Hearse sent to all points "Not yet." laughed Governor Mar- 3 x Office Mt, Vernon Monumental Building PHONE 11a 2 iiuiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimmmiiiiii HfcZJ GEORGE OWENS, M anaser Are You Nervous? What makes you nervous? It is the weakness of your womanly constitution, which cannot stand the strain of the hard work you do. As a result, you break down, and ruin your entire nervous system. Don't keep this up! Take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Csrdui is made from purely vegetable ingredients. It acts gently on the womanly organs, and helps them to do their proper work. It relieves pain and restores health, in a natural manner, by going to the source of the trouble and building up the bodily strength. TAKE Tk U I Woman'sTonic Mrs. Grace Fortner, of Man, W. Va., took CarduL This is what she says about k: "I was so weak and nervous, I could not bear to have anyone near me. I had fainting spells, and I lost flesh every day. The first dose of Cardui helped me. Now, I am entirely cured of the fainting spells, and I cannot say enough for Cardui, for I know it saved my life." It is the best tonic for women. Do you suffer from any of the pains peculiar to women? Take CarduL It will help you. Ask y6ur druggist Write to: Ladles' Advisory Dcpt, Cbattanooca Mtdidnc Co.. Cbattuooca. Tess.. book'Homt Treatment for Womtn." sent free. J 50 for Special Instructions, and se tanforrl. ing." That he was not afraid is dem onstrnted by his logical speech in accepting the Democratic nomination. - Roosevelt wns willing to crawl from " the White House to the capltol In 10O If he could help his friend Itoot. To day be would like nothing better than meeting Root up a dark alley. WI1-sq- n 'mines. To require standard cabooses. To provide weekly wage. etc. And Governor Marshall has con suited with his "partner" on all these Dills. He Is quoted as saying a man an't go far wrong in taking the advice of a wife If she is his purtner us well .is bis wife. ypKpcc c$zct&cx: CHAS, C." SAYS &x&xc$3c it Having exhausted his supply of ad The Democrats are depending on the Jectives In denouncing Tafr, Roosevelt help elect small contributor to and Marshall. The appeal is being Is now leading a campaign of denun made to the people, and the people are elation of every one who does not agree with himself. responding. Wilson will make the most accessible president who has ever occupied the White House, He Is typically a Dem ocradc man. DAVIS & THE DRUGGIST That Tennyson or Longfellow could take a worthless sheet of paper and write a poem on it and make it worth $75.00O-that- 's. genius and there are others who can write a few. words on a sheet of paper and make it worth $8,000,000 -- that's capital and this nation 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, but it wouldn't be worth a dime-tha- t's rouge. But some people will tell you that they can serve you as well as Chink but - that;s nonsense-tr- y me. $20.-tha- Farmers have pulled against the short end of the yoke long enough. Wilson and Marshall promise 'to see that tho pulling Is made more nearly even. Wonder how the colonel likes being mm Farmers hove awakened to tht folly of the so called blessings of a protec tive tariff. an outcast? annfar.trfir J Forjnfants and. Children, Beaxs OT"?! D AVW I lll I A I'lA TEXAS WONDER The Texas Wonder cures kidney A a-'- ijfJB Rind YOU HaVB AlWajfS BOUght '-GEO. OWENS Ptovji Pone 1124 J HxpoaeiJr B. signature of CASJORIA -.lT.' '.-.- Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR US i the house, and keep Lame back is one of the most all other children, all havine the common of muscular forms of children, and all who go A tatif onntirtnl (Ant rtiatimaftcm wl ere children ar, away from it of chamberlain's Liniment wil Notify the health officer of the giye- relief. .For sale bv. Chas. C. Davis. town or county within tventy I PlaraCfd - 'iyS' 1 - PNEUMONIA very weak. I had spells when I could hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 minutes. My doctor could not help me, but I was completely cured by left me with a frightful cough aud DR. KING'S New Discovery IWVs. .T V. Cnr- - 'j .Tnltpt Tit DRUGGISTS ,50c AND $1.00 It ALL removinS gravel, cures diabets, weak and lame backs, rheumatism and all irregularities ot the kidneys and Reguin bcty men and women. lates bladder troubles in chibren. If riot sold by your druggist, will be sent by mail on receipt of $i.co. One small bottle in two C- months 'treatment, and seldom H to nprect a cure. Send for testimonials from his and other states. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive sticct Louis, Mo. Sold by :&3ic8eDiG&& Diuggist. and bladder troubles, Yours truly C, DAVIS, :Mt. Vernon, Ky. PHOXE No. 39 wAj A-- fl 1 A. Jfatf- -. 5S" mm KaB, , l jra - ,. jC . .ViU; 3 . "iflfiJfcS- V- &jta .iTmni - . fX.j k