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Mount Vernon signal: October 11, 1912 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1912 mou1912101101_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: October 11, 1912 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. $& atf IMBMWBM mmmmi Published Every Friday VOLUME XXVI. MT. VERNON, fettMii ROCKCASTLE $3 PS ff Hfil I STJ) 11m mm I i Established 1887 MBMBMMI 'VJ thf Vlflnrlc COTJNTYj KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11. 1912. T'Itovo ic . NUMBER 2 rn nvftt'icinn rf Ifinr flint ill ment to the sheriff of any per cent or amount, whatever, lor eol" lfirrtini' tlip '2D rfnt with urliinh tHr. honrl :ir tvm1 . ....... ....... ... - .... Thu C,.n. 111 .ill, VJUUll .. nnt-Vinrii- !.-- . TO THE VOTERS OF ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. As promised in the ! .st issi. 'of this paper, we submit statistics lo sh jv the taxable valu;. ion ul ..lie property of this county, the law relating to the levy of p 11 tax unci to the issuing nd payment of b mds, and statistics relating to those who pay the taxes of tiie county and those who have been furnishing the labor with which the toads hu.o been worked under the present system of road working In case the proposition to change the system of constructing a id maintaining rouds irnvts wih the approval of the voters of the v.iunty at the special olection called for Oct. 2Gth, the system of r ad working will be radically changed, resulting, as Ave hope, for the better and ultimately riiding in a splendidly built and equipped system of roads in this county. Under the present system of working the roads, all able bodied male persons between the ages of IS and oO, not citizens of incorporate towns or licensed Ministers of the Gospel have to work si. days in the year on the roads and more if the emergency require?, and the taxpayers have been paying about S3.00U, annually for the purpose of painu for the hauling, tools, material lor culverts, and other incidental expenses, these expenses being paio on sworn statements of the Overseers. Hence, it can be seen that the roads have been kept in repair principally bv labor of the labor ing class of the citizenship of the county. On examlng the Assessor's list we find that the male citizens of the county over 21 years of age numbea 2.787. Of this numbei 1.057 pay poll tax only and do not pay one cent of property tax. Under the present sjstem these men give six days free labor, and more if necessary, to the county each year. Under the proposed syhtem they would not pay one cent. The Assessor's list also discloses that 517 men pay tax on $100. and less an average of $55. of taxable property to the man. Under the proposed system they would pay only 11 cents additional tax each per year, and under the old system they give the county six days labor each year, which is well and reasonably worth $100 per day. The Assessor's list further discloses that, we have 615 men in this county who pay on less than $300. and over $100. worth of taxable property an average to each man of $225 00. Under the proposed systm they would pay 45 cents udditional tax each per year, and under the old system they give the county six days free labor, and pay, of course, their part of the levy for road purposes. Attention is specially called to theso three classes, for the reason uiiuL ib una onen nrgnuu uiuccuraiuiy tuau u uitj proposeu system prevails they would be oppressed because of increased taxation. 1 stale with emphasis and the foregoing facts bear out the statement that the above named classes of citizens of our county are now being oppressed under the present system, and will be granted a reliel needed, both to themselves and the county, in case the new system preva-ls- . These men as a whole, numbering 2,189, who are the smallest tax payers in the county, under the present system give to the countv six days of free labor to the man. at SI 00 per day, or a total of 13, 134.00. Under the proposed system there viH be 1.057 who will not pay one oent nor gtvo to the county any free labor; ol7 will pay a total of $5(1.8? and Q1& men will pay $333.73, making the highest amount of additional taxes that can bo collected off of the above number of tax payers and citizens, only $390.50 per year. Under the present system, the laboring class of our citizens bears the burden; they perform the labor and a great many of them do not use the road to any extent, own no prcperty and are not perspnallv interested in improving the roadj If the system is changed und good reads are built "in the county, they will only pay $390.50 annually, a saying to thjs cla.--s prne.n jn ffoe. way of fobm. of S12,7.l3:5P paph VW, There are P9.8 taxpayers who pay on ainoufltsin excess of $300. Those who own property in excess of $3fJ0., and the corporations of the county, including the railroad company, will pay for building the roads and all the people of the oourjiT will reap the benefit of them. The assessed valuation of the ontire property of the county for taxation this year is $3,482,565, itemized as follews : Valuation of property of the county, $1,763,055.00 Louisville and Nashville R. R. Co , 1,039.255.00 tangible and franchise valuat'on 4,002.00 Western Union Telegraph Co 12,020 Qp Aamg iSxpfPfQ Company IT Tjiree' Bahjcs ..'. 4?,tt4.00 . .. . r,950.00 Pullman Palace Car Co '. . 10,000.00 The Telephone Cempanies I black-smithing, h v- -. I All "Wool Clothes TASTE . Giomcmn all-wool I and good judgment are both served when you buy Clothes. The fabrics cover an attractively wide range. TJieir style is pleasing and distinctive Their fit is accurate and satisfying. Combined with all this they give an unusual degree of wear and service. .,. . larca? v responsible. But there is also the expert workmanship which insures dependable tailoring, lasting shape, and that quality, which with ordinary care and pressing, keeps theui J.oojvng fresh and dressy to the ejul. Remarkable values are Clothcraft Clojtf js at $10 to $25. We've never seen better at For th's the fact that they are is the price, and we can safely recommend I them to vou with our personal guarantee. In addition, you have the makers' signed guarantee in the pocket of every Cloth-craf- t Coat. Buying Clothcraft Clothes is a safe and sane proposition for you. Think it over and come in anil see what we have for you in these clothes at $15, "' $1$. tffltJ Appeals of Kentucky recently held that where a levy was m ide for a specific purpose, the sheriff collecting the ta under same could not be paid for his services any amount out of that particular fund. We have examined tht- - sheriff's settlements from lSiMJ in t.lio present, covering a period of 22 years, and find that there has been actually spent in casti on the roads ot this county, to say not.ung ur the fr.ee. labor, $61,0(50.19 It will be a conservative estimate to say that in eight years longer wo will have paid out on the roids of this county, in actual cash, a sufficient amount to raise this exoei diture to $120,000 00 Had the taxpayers and citizens of the emm y looked to their best interest in 1890 they would have Voted upon themselves a bond issue lor the purpose of improving the road system and building turnpikes in fie county, and. woual have, all the time since and now, been blessed with good roads in the county, but as it is, the aboveamounthas been expended with no good results, leavin-th- e roads practically in the same condition as th y were 22 years ago! In the way of labor there has been extended uoou he roads. :on- servatively estimated, in the past 22 years, about$22o,o0o 00. With all of this expenditure of money and labor under the present system, we are right where we started, so far as building up a good road system in the county. The question bus also been asked, how wi'l these bonds be sold Already the County Olerk and Fiscal Court have been receiving from banks, trust companies and other moneyed institutions is to the sale of the bonds. It will b no trouble to sell them at 5 per cent, and the money re.eived will be brought to Rockcastle countv, the labor employed in building the pikes will be Rockcastle county labor and practically the entire sum wtll be expended in the county, so that wo not only have the roads but also have the money used in building them. The question may be asked, how mu3h pike road can be built with the money realized from the bonds. It is claimed by expeii meed pike builders that pikes can be built where a large contract is .jivon. at a much lower price, estimated by them from twelve to six-ee- n hundred dollars per mile. The law requires that contracts le et to the lowest bidder, after being advertised as provided by 1a.. m the plans and specifications furnished by the state. Theseplans md specifications are made up by the authorities at Frankfort and .refurnished to the county, engineering and all, free, which means a great savirrg to the county, as engineers usually charge for their services $loo per mile. It is sufficient to say that with these prices there could be budt with the amount of money, pik enough to benefit every section of the county. The Fiscal Court, by a recent order, after being petitioned by the voters of the county, directed that in oase the bond issue carries, an equal amount be prorated to each magisteri il district, with the provision that the roads be constructed systematically. The belief that this movement is for-thbetterment of our 'ounty, financially, educationally, and in every way, is the incentive for our activity and interest in the causu C C. Davis. Chairm'n Good Roads Ass'n. The undesigned having beenapp inted a committee, at a recent meeting of the Good Rotds Assoeiatioa, for the purpose of compiling the law rolating to the issuing of bonds and statistics; showing the re sources of the county relating to its taxable valuation, statethat we assisted in the preparation of the foregoing article, and that it contains a correct statement as to the statistics relating to the taxable... valuation of the property, also- - statistics showing amount of money spenCdurihg the past 23 years upon the roads, including an estimate of the value of $ free Iahor which has been done upon the roads. a We with the spirit and sentiment of the article and state that we most heartily approve the movement, believing that the interest of our county win be best served by a change from the old militia system of road working to one of constructing and maintaining roads by he more modern and progressive system of taxation E. S. AuuMtflT E. R. Gkntry C. O. Wiwjams J. Nicely ies e alsQ-qgre- E. B. Thompson. j, W. Brows t. w. l. Bhcburcu .8?0.. '" '. The Biggest $18,50 Suit Vfllue you ever saw 4130, The Clothcraft Blue Rerge Special . . rffr' .Ws wmi ,, 7 . ., ' SUTTON & MCBEE The Clethcraft Store iniODlIEAD. visit to Junction City. Miss Eva Albright was in Pono, Monday, BURR -- TPtftl f 3.4a2,5fjn.0Q By p. recent decision of the State Boayd of Asseament and Valuation, tlio franchise valuation of the Railroad Company was increased in this county by 033,700, lilMrt " - - izsnii 1 There is no guessing about these figures. They aro taken from the recapitulation sheets and the certified values of the franchises of the various corporations, made to the County Court Clerk by the Auditor of Public Accounts. Now, if the proposition to issue bonds carries, how can we, under the law, pay for thorn ? Paragraph 20, Acts of 1912, page 319. reads : "If bonds are sold to enable the Fiscal Court to build or coiLitruut or reconnot exceeding 20 cts struct or niaiiitttin rouds the Fiscal Court shall levy a on the one hundred of the assessed valuation of said county, wluih shall be collected as other county taxation, and appropriated asfol'ows; (Firsti To the payment of the interest o'n the bonds; (Second) The balance to be placed to the credit of a sinking fund for the redemption of said bonds." 'B .flfe.VMH 'P 1NX J AUTOLOADING tx H. L. Tharp was up from June- - trying for the school over there, Misses Clarice Hotik and Birfle Twenty cents on the hundred dollars of the assessed valuation tion City, Sunday, between trains. She was very successful and will Chandler, of Maretburg," visited the would amount to 0,905 18 aunt ally. The interest on the bonds for Simple action simple The Little Misses Hattie Ma - leave Sunday, and will begin her now Chestnut Ridge school Fri the tirst' year, if issued and sold all at once, will be 4,000.00, leaving Send for a motion picture booklet explaining the Mrs. L M. day. The girls all wentv on a a balance of SS.J'GS.lS to.go into the sinking fund for the redemption den and Elizabeth Stamper of school Monday. Remingt on- - UMC Autoloading Rifle's big points. of the bonds. Paragraph 25 of the same Act, page 318, provides : Brown, of Louisville, is with her chestnut huut, and Romintrfrtn-TTMLebanon Jet , were visiting Little 'M.t.li vxrmages comoine .ine - ; w" Misses Mary t. ".ksmuuv. n i. J r: redeemed within 80 "Said bonds Virginia Lee Painter at her grand- - parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. G and Katie Kain joined them, they attho plensiireof to run not moretothan soldyears and hethan par value." that time .highest velocity with the greatest shooting accuracy. be atnot less the court, and maae in all cajibres tor every standard irearm. parents, Mr.and Mrs. G. E. Painter imtn, tor a fpv weeks Mr. and had a spelling match, and Mrs. It can be readily seen that as the sinking fund increases we are When Remington-UMcartridge are used, week. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Mrs. O. A. Frith attended the Sam Chandler gave out the spell- auth rized under the law to redeem such of the bonds as we are last tho arm is guaranteed ta the fu8 extent of the lawns son, Austin funeral of her brother-iany time at the pleasure and direction of the court, thus law at ing. Chestnut ridge certainly has able, Durham and little manufacturer's guarantee 'liffllllllfei'i Mrs. M E Wilmott good spellers. Mrs. A. J. Gentry decreasing the amountof bonds, and as the principal is decreased the Sparks, were with home folks Livingston in ni liifhM Remmgton-UMClperfect trifmHnf Ns&ki&a interest will likewise decrease, leaving more money each year to be is very sick this week. Mrs. Josh from Saturday until Monday. and children have been visitii.g apolied to the redemption of the bonds. Reminilmn Metallic Cariridfe Co. With our valuation, with 299 Broadway Miss Judith McCnll. of Maretburg, Wilson, of Crab Orchard, was the Mrs. W. C. Thomason. Mr. Wil- the zO cents authorized by law, the bonds can be redeemed easily. fev Yk CWy a is with her sister, Mrs. J. T Al guest of Mrs. J. F Watson, Tues bum Chestnut has finished the You will note from the law quoted, that the only levy for the bright, this week. J. N. Mario w, day and Wednesday. Mr. and house be has been building for purpose of paying bonds and interest thereon is 20 cents on the hun, Charles Soard and Charles Rash Mrs. J. M. Cress, of Peachens- - Mr. W. C. Thomason. Mrs.. dred dollars valuation. No poll is provided-- hgnpe UQ poll tax can be jeyipd against thptaoe payer for- this purpose It has been argued, ville, were in town Wednesday. were up from Boston, Sunday. Hiram Kurd's baby is very sick, it however, that th poll would he greatly increased, for the reason that BUILD Your House of Stone or Mr. Allen JEliatt and daughter, Mrs. John Robins has been very is not esf peoted to live, Cooler in summer. when our court house was built? the poll tax was increased. That is It is not so apt to burn. Repairs cost less. Miss Minnie, attended the baptiz sick for the past week. Brack true, hut they were operating at that time under a different law Insurance costs less. Painting costs less. Warmer in winter. Mrs. George Chjlders visited Miss Durham was in town Wednesday. Mrs," Steve Burdine Sunday- .entirely. Since then the new Constitution of Kentucky has been Your property is always worth more. Does not depreciate in valne. ing hear Hiatl, Sunday. adopted, and unde,r it taxes are levied principally on property and not Costs very little more than frame building when you build with the A. J Pikeaud his brother Ben, Misses Lizzie Gentry was down from Katie and Mary Kain on the head. Seotios 180 of the present Constitution provides : WINCHESTER GRANITE BRICK. Ask us for prices. Governor of Oklahoma, were In Knoxville visited Miss Nannie Taylor, Mr, Mt. Vernon, Sunday. "The General Assembly may authorize the counties, cities or towns to levy 4 l Frith left last week for Tellico last week. They are in Pine Billi George Bell is at home, on ac- a poll tax not exceeding $1.50 per head." good and Livingston this week. Mr. Plains, Tenn ,where he has a no This section of the Constitution is quoted to show that under count of sickness but is improving. Mr. and Mrs. Walter and Mrs; J. B. Pike and Mr. and position. Mrs. Julia Falin has been sick, condition nor for any purpose can poll tax exceed 1 50, but you will 'iEmmmwlJaMVBmW$m3Es3mwm Boyd have returned to their home Mrs. R. H. Hamra attended the but is belter at this writing. Miss note that the law quoted, providing for the payment of bonds and the Corbin. They were accom- funeral of Robert Pike at Pino Gracie Fredricks fell from a swing interest thereon, issued for the purpose of constructing and mainin il''ySIMSMmmmmimmWmmmmmmmWt taining turnpikes, provides for a levy of only 20 cents on the hundred panied home by his sister, Mis Bill, Wednesday. John Sigman Saturday and was very badly hurt dollars of taxable property and does not prcvide for a poll tax. Delora . John Sigman has re was in Corbin, Saturday, to bear If you want fresh bread or buns Therefore, under the law no poll can be levied for the purpose of paying the bonds and the interest thereon. turned home after spending a the Hon, T7. Q. Bradley speak. call on Mr W. M. Owens. The Fiscal Courts atra meeting, Sept 12, 1912, made an order to week in Corbin and Middlesboro . A. M, Storm, of Corbin, is visit the effect that if the proposition to issue bonds for the purpose of B ""niB'"" "i IBV G, S. Durham was at home Sun ing his father, I. Ifc. Srorm. FORTUNES IN FACES constructing turnpikes in the countv carries on Oct. 20th, in the 9 4ay Mrs. L. B. Hilton, of Stan Biliousness is due to a disordered There's often much truth in the future tho sections of road where pikes will not he built are to hej' ford, is spending a few days with condition of the stomach. Cham- saying "her face is her fortune" maintained and kept m repair by taxation, and free or muUia labor j iier parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. berlain's Tablets are essentially a but it is never said when pimpks, Jw.ll not be lequited on the roads, the eUmjnation of the militia blotches, or other j, being a matt r of discretion vested in theEMsoal Court by Sec 4308 Cass, and with her sister, Mrs. J. stomach medicine, intended es- skin Mis.- J. T. Law- pecially to act on that organ, blemishes disfigure 'it Impure of the Kentucky Statutes. The intention of the order is to maintain M. Roberts. KlroH ic Kart rf trioTYi all, and the public of the county the future by taxation, abolishing rence was up from Gum Sulphur, to cleanse it, strengthen it, tone shows the need of Dr. Kine's lor a11 time rmds. militia or free in labor, the tax collected for general, tue GRANITE BRICK GO. Tuesday. W. A. Tyree left last and invigorate it, to regulate the New Life Pills. Manufacturers of Bri, Sand anal LIm They promote ruuu purposes oemg sumcienx; 10 maintain an roaus in mc wuy Work et liver and j week for Flint, Ala. Mrs. Charles positively to banish biliousness health and beauty. Try them. after the system of highways is once established. DUDLEY, KY, WINCHESTER. KY, and effectually. For It is rumored through the county that the sheriff would receive Uhas, C. Dayis; a few days' sale by Chas. C. "JLyous left Tuesday for 25 cents at. Davis. ajper akfor. collecting the tax levied for the purpose of redeeming take-dow- n. All the advantage of the big game arm with none of its discomTbij Reminifoa Cab can look t&rosft l&o barret ami see (hat II b clean. forts or annoyances The recoil does the work of reloading and ejecting instead of pounding your shoulder. Five cWq :ct pull and release the trigger. Your action stays open and warns you when it's time to shove in a fresh clip. You can never get in a tight place the gun never clogs. Each shot strikes a one ton blow. RIFLE &- H C siLMHMnSr-pK- j n ht Arms-Unio- n - - BRICK t - -- TOI aEU - ; WINCHESTER r .V'l.. - U "t1 kui, .tjr V iFvas.S- !m MSIgC 3w fl&fc&ttfa . -- "'fl.ljL , - -- S&xi ,:. . er . -. - u&i '-- . vs tf MT. VERNON SIGNAL Hmlt 12414 N children relatives in JatlIe Wiln,tt 47 19 U Corbm.R. B. Sams will move Midred Rohins 1 A 17 his family to Paris in a few days Uzzie Gemry 1630 -- -I W. Ketron was visiting home- s m 8eSsie Hamm oiks at Lebanon Saturday and m Revnolds 1000 Sunday: Lee Chandler was wUh Saie NIarv Prnclor 12 '5 homefolks at Brodhead from Fri Ftta Qahie 1275 day until Sunday. . Hiau 1000 George Hellard, section foreman c, de w 1000 u: Pofnt. at. MM. .au.u itt.. -Wl,u a3 .....u u. Uome johnson 3693 parents Mr. and Mrs. S. E Hellard Rva Alhf. ht 1102 Sunday. Russell Proctor, of Mt Katie Price iodo Vernon, was in our city Sunday. Lela 5339 Capt. A. N. Bentley, ot Mt. Ver Lena Aldr,Kht 3338 non was in our town Sunday. -- T. Gerlrude Marlin 7337 M. Dees last Friday caught the Susifi Cabel 1545 largest fish of the season an 8 Mary 1 175 l.salmon.-- W A. Rice ha, re Rgca 1 65 turned iron, a few days visit to) Bessfc shive, IO00 Louisvill- e.Gray will RIIda E Chandler IOOO leave in a few days for Cincinnati, Katje pri TOOO Main Street New York and Canada.-M- rs. R. Ethd I0.52 W Shrcader is visiting relatives pear, PurceII 4765 . Mrs in Mt. Vernon this week Annie Mae Sargent T.J. Penningto. and children h e Mallie 0wenS 1 2369 returned from Oklahoma where Benha BusUe 56)' they have been for the past two Roberta Brown 43' weeks visiting relatives. Rev. A. Blaneh Howell 221J.. Pike, of Brodhead and Ben Puce ,Orhe Ponder 174 Dislike to enter the of Oklahoma were here between Ada Ward 1075! doors of a Bank. trains Friday enroute to Corbin. hilla Harp 556S Why? Ky Miss Alice Ward is visiting Rosa Brown ioro Because they feel Miss Clyde Lair, of Mt. Vernon. Dortha Owens IOOO that their.small busithis week. Annie (Jass . ness is too trifling 1175 H. W Bowman who is making for the banker to Iattie Adams IOOO his home at Cruse, Ky.. was here Kuiily bother about. Sutton 9995 Sunday. Mrs. J. S. Davis, of ' Brodhead Graded School We invite such peo1359 Covington has returned home ple to come in and Belle Kincer 8706 after a few days visit with her use this bank. Birdie Johnson 3031 sister, Mrs. E. L. Cockerell of We are in business Florence Harris 4390 this place. Atty. C. C. Williams, purposely to be bothDelora Bovd . 10131 ot Mt. Vernon, was in our town ered. 01e Brock 1025 Mouday. R. A. Pike is verv low Every man, woBertha Brown IOOO with typhoid fever. Two cfLe man and child should Bessie Brown IOOO have an account of Arnold's children have tvphoid Myrtle Shumate I I 'O . .' is some size. fever. Mrs J H. Browning Lena McCall . 6, 1605 with rela ives at Mt. Vernon this x'.very new suoscnoer to the 1 j We PAY 3 PER CENT wcc.- - w , rx marun aua i. d. vMGNAi. gets 1000 votes and everv o. . Rice left today with "a wagon i renewal 500 BANKWITH US load of grub to spend a few dr.vs -TJ. G. BAKER. President. fishing at the Darham whirl up a tttvac lummro J,P.E. DRUM.MOND, Vice.-Preou the river. Mr. R. L. Thomas F.L.THOMPSON.Jr., Cashier. The'Texas Wonder cures kidne CLAUDE C. COX.Ass't. Cash 01 Winchester, ihe lumbtr Ling, (and bladder troubles, removing has been in our town fur a few gravel, cures diabets, weak and I THE PEOPLES' BANK !ame .ba?Hsdays-Mrs. J. E.Owens, o; Cm l.irregulanties- rhtumatism and all ol the kidneys and Ky. Mt. Verxox, cmnati after a few 0..ys with rela Hn bcty men and women. Regu-tive- s here has returned to her lares bladder trnnh! in M,ihrr, 5 Inrae John PresMin, of Elem Ifnotsoldhy vour druggist, will J i receiot of' wood. Ohio, is with lives here. heseut hy miil M-mm Une ?maU pcapc8eooe& & -- Mr. J. D. Hall who has been and seldom m.onths treatment, . ;e o.u., !ni, oil. a . .. Hi.i.. "--" tails to perfect a cure. Send for,-- : 1 MAr-ivif- A ' proving and we dope he will soon teswmo;ais frnm n;c nA !,, be well again. M'ss Mamie John- - states. Dr. E W. Hall, 2Q26. Eyes Tested and Glasses Fitted Free All kinks of Jewelry Repaired. 1 PR OGRES SIVE PARTY: son, the teacher of GfcU ey Branch, Olive street Louis, Mo. Sold by If the adherents of any of the All work guaranteed. was with home folks Saturday Druggist. political parties in this county COX BROS. STORE and Sunday. have contributed very largely There has been Ky some improvements in the Gauley this year to any of the campaign A GENTLEMAN. funds we have not heard of the Branch addition of our town, Mr incident. The Democrats are so J. Hanson has treated his house A man that's clean insida and ft COMPLETE LINE out; who neither looks up to t,,e MfeiAJLi to a coat of paint, Mri Stanley sure that they will win that they poor; who $ jfjfe ,'flIW3i5!S!JSlP' Coffins, Caskets and Robes, feel that it is not necessary to has also painted her house and rich nor down to the can lose without squaling and & Bond Issue put up any cash, while the bther J? or they now have two stores and ' Mail. Telegraph or Tele- Build vho can win without . .bragging; parties are so suie that they will ate talking side walks. Mrs. A. phone orders Promptly lose they do not want to invest. Taylor is visiting relatives it: who is considerate of women, billed. children and old people; who is Rockcastle County Court. August TermAugust 26, 1912 Louisville. Mr. E. J. Anderson no brave to lie, too generous to Thr prje&ident of the American reports his mother, Mrs. W. F. Road Congress declares that "more heat, and who takes his share Anderson, very low with fever. I hns been accomplished in road im3C5ferfccdI$3 Egbert Mullins, ot Mt. Vernon, of the world and lets oher people It appearing that a petition, signed by more than 150 legal voters provement during the past two theirs. was with our merchauts Tuesday, j iifve decades that has been done for who are free holders of Rockcastle County, was filed in the office of the C. C Howell was with home inai 2.000 previous." But there are Clerk of the Rockcastle County Court and with the Judg- - thereof ou the 24th day of August, i9i2, asking that an election be held in said folks at Brodhead Tuesday.-Die- d, still a few rough places left and Monday 7th., Robert Pikel county, October 26th, 1912, for the purpose of submitting to the legal we always hit them. voters of said county the question of whether the Fiscal Court of said after an illness of only a few days On Tuesday last Woodrow Wil- county shall issue and sell the bonds of said county in ot typhoid lever. tie was 3L' an amount not son was telling the people ot Kan- to exceed the limit allowed under the Constitution years old, married Miss Bette and the Laws of the Cost the hog raiser millions of dollars last yene and nothing short of vaccination sas what Democracy stands for, State of Kentucky, and under no He circumstances'for an amount greater Pennington Jan 7, 1910. seemed to offer the slightest, promise o fac lire. Teddy vt; in Michigan adding than $i 100,000.00, said bonds to be sold and the proceeds arising there- - leaves a wife and littlo daughter, Prevention, however, is the logical solution of the question. Dr. Hess. (I.n . D.V.S.) new mem r to his Ananias club; irom.to be used 111 building and constructing turnpikes throughout and a host of friends and relatives has always maintained that by giving Dr. Hess Stock Tonic to tone up and strengthen every William T. vas up in Vermont Rockcastle County and through territory to be hereafter designated by to niouru his loss. He was la d organ in the system, to regulate tin bowels, liver and kidneys, expel worms ; and also thoroughly where be visited the grave ot his the said Fiscal Court, and the Court being sufficiently hurrying to rest in the family disinfect the premises, sleeping quarter and runs with Dr. Hess Dip and Disinfectant, would advised, orders grandfather. n ground at Pine Hill Wednesday, that said be held at the time and for the purposes stated in said prevent an outbreak of this disease. petition, and that T. J. Nicely, Sheriff of Rockcastle County, be and he the Qth to await the summons of Coi.. Roosevelt s)oke to large Read what one of the big hog raisers in the country says : his master. Perry Waddle living crowds, in theSouth, bjt, what is hereby directed to cause a poll to be opened and an election to be During 1911 our country was visited by one of the worst hog plagues ever known. a few miles out ot town died last held in the County of Rockcastle on the 26th dav of October, We fed Dr Hess Stock ".'onic, and only lost two head out of a herd of two hundred and is more to the point. Gov. Wilson 19 12, Monday and was burried Tuesday. - days after Alex. Nevius, Modesta, 111. ten." will have the large crowds jn this whict is more than 6the filing of said petition in said office He was a memher of the Juivor part of the country voting for him. as aforesaid, and he will cause the poll to be opened in each and all of Also note what bulletin No. 182 of the Kansas State College says he voting precincts in said county; and he is directed to advertise said Order and was burried by that about preventing Hog Cholera: Order. We have been asked The Moosites of the nth. dis- election and the object thereof at least days next before the day thereof several times why we did not say 30 "When we recall the conditions which favor the disease and the manner in which its infection trict are still bold, high antie-e- d in some newspaper having the largest circulation in the county and also takes place, it will be set i that feeding and earing of hog has much to do with the prevention of the something about the bond issue and strenuously after Tart, and by printed hand bills posted up Cholera. Premises shont be cleaned and disuifected regularly. The hogs themselves should be dipped at not less than four public places in every few weeks. Maintaining these conditions helps to keep np the vitality of the hog and in this way they will surely scalp him on each voting precinct in or pike question. Our answer is the county and at the court house door troublss of all kinds are warded off. To aid digestion and circulation and to prevent worms, the bulletin Al this, for the last six months we November 5 reeommeuds a formula of "Wood charcoal, Sulphur, Salt, Sodium Bicarhonate Sodium Sulphate, Sodium legal voters of said co nty shall be privileged to vote at said election Hyposulphate and Black Antim have begged for a bridge over It is ordered that court adjourn would Bull Moose people don't The This formula given in tablespoonful doses would undoubtedly be benefical but is vastlycost the hog raiser about Rockcastle river and not a blessed superior and has stood Now compare this with the formula for Dr. Hess Stock Tonic which W. Bethurum, L. seem to be doing mnch "whoopin 10c per pound. word could we get from others, the test of 20 years. Judge Rockcastle County Court. up things" in the nth as was A true copy attest: QUASslA. Digestive & General Tonic. Expels Worms. so we thought we would remain NUX VOMICA. Digestive and Nerve Tonic. SULPHATE OP sODA,Laxative& actsupontheLiver. promised earlier' in the campaign. SULPHATE OF IRON, Blood Builder & Expels Worai3 C. R. C. C. S. F. Bowman, neutral on this subject and if it EPSOM SALTS, Laxative, COMMON SALT, Appetizer. Expels Worms. CHARCOAL. Prevents I. oxious Gases. POTASH, Acts upon the Kidueys. at some future time passed then NITRATE OP Your Uncle Cull hasn't forgotFENUGREEK, Tonic and Aromatic. we might sail in again and win Notice is hereby given that in obedience to the above order of the ten how to hatch up an excuse. This preparation is compounded by Dr. Hess, (M.D., D.V.S.) and sold to you on a written He came in home a little before County Court of Rockcastle County, I will cause an election to be held besides we at present have other guarantee and only costs 3c per month for the average hog. The definition of the ingredients daylight, a few mornings since at the time and place indicated, from six o'clock a. m. until four o'clock troubles that are vexiug us that are taken from the United States Dispensatory and noted medical authorities. foreotten stock law Said he p. m , for the purposes set out in said order ; t, somewhat disfigured. for the purpose of never to be Feed your hogs had been out hunting and treed submitting to the legal voteis of said county the question of whether which we hope. will be voted nine possoms up a 'sitamon treeN the Fiscal Court of said county shall issue and sell honds of said county dbvn so low tfiarHt will never be on the Licesay farm and wishing in an amount not to exceed the limit allowed under the Constitution resurrected again or even thought with a solution of to prevont disease and expel worms. Sprinkle the runs and sleeping quarters to capture them all sat down by and the Laws of the State of Kentucky, rnd under no circumstances for of by future generations. Voters, the tree to await daylight; fell an amount greater than $100,000.00 ; said bonds to be sold and the think well before you cast your w asleep and he claims ..the possoms proceeds arising therefrom to be used in the building and construction vote and dont go' bliodly at this s&&ft-hF'- i Ke foremost coal tar, creosote disinfectants known. Alo dip your hogswijh this solution took undue advantage of him by of turnpikes throughout Rockcastle Countv and through territory to be and forge vour own chainsuybinaV you will have no loss from dis ease. your own hands. IjH&p'jf s&.Wmi "the weather will permit, and slipping down and attacking him hereafter designated by said Fiscal Court. j$fr'.'VK ,$5.00 ife Pall... Co. loo lbs ' All legal voters of said county shall be privileged to vote at said He was 'badly while he slppt. -. 7 x possom bit; at least Cull says he election. DEALER mCKt-INltL- t This Sept. 19th, 1912. was. T J. Niceusy, Sheriff Rockcastle County. 'M, ?'. ii&3ff&l& r,iHie 1 O&DER ROCKCASTLE CO., I ..nil I. Sept. Term Sept. One of tlie greatest needs ff oyr COURT 23, lgi2 Slate is good Eeiy' Whefes on the o'tti dav of roads. FUDAY, Oct. II, 1912 dollar wisely laid out for prnianei.t Sept. 1912 a petition was filed in roads will return to the taxpay, r the office of the County Court Published every Friday by five fold or even ten fold. Tin: Clerk of Rockcastle County signed Lnd of the farpiers will increase in by ) lepal voters of the voting EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. value more than thr cost of thr: prezinct of RoJccaslle Count road. In fact good roads will asking a submission of the question $I.OO cost less moner than the present whether cattle or any tpecic: thereof UBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR roads. shall be psrmitted to run at large in said Advertising rates made known on I knew a man, who held one county. 4th voting precinct of said It is now ordered by the thousand bushels of wheat in his application bin, waiting for a good Drice. He court that a poll be opened in was offered one dollar per bushel the voting precinct at the general election to be held in said precinct in March, but it must be delivered MEMBER OF on the 5th day of Jov. 19I2 for As the loads were so at once. KENTUCKY" PRESS ASSOCIATION bad he could not deliver it. When he purpose of ascertaining the will of the roters of said precinct he finally got the wheat to market upon the question whether or not it brought sixty cents per bu&bel. In this case the bad roads iost cattle or any specie thereof shall be permitted to run at large in him four hundred dollars. Now baid precinct. he is for good roads; before this L. IV. Bethurum, J. R. C. C. he opposed them. Even it you casaioaiiSKi Copy Att don't have a similar case to this STATEMENT OF THE S. F. Bowman, C. R. C. C. one, you can't haul as much over 0VXEi:SHir,MAXAGEMENT,ETC. 28 4t. the roads. You will have lo pay Sept OF THE more for hauling and you can't ROCKCASTLE COUNTY VERNON SIGNAL JUT. get it hauled when you want it COURT. done. So you see it is a money Sept. Term Sept. 23rd. 1912. Published weekly at Mt. Vernon, Whereas on the 26th day of llockcastle County, Ky. Editor, proposition to you farmers. Good ro ds will benefit the Aug. I912 a petition was filed in Husinoss Manager, Publisher and sole owner, It. S. Albright. Mt. farmers nrre than anyone else the office of the County Court They will connect him with the of Rockcastle County signed by 20 Veri.on. Ky. towns so he can put his produce legal voters of the 4th Magisterial E. S. Albright. on the market and get market Dis. of said County asking a subSubscribed and sworn to berore me tliis UioHOrh day of Sept., 1912. prices for it. They will save him mission of the question whether many dollars for repair? from cattle or any specie thereof shall Anna E. Millek, breakdowns. Notary Public. They will save be permitted to Jun at large in Mj commission expires many accidents and even lives as said Magisterial District of sid Jan 11, 191G most runaways are caused by County. It is now ordered by When we have good he Court that a poll be opened at s breakage. To day there are 12.500.Of10 roads our wives, daughters and each of the voting precincts in said The United in the world. States has 67 per cent of that children can safely go by them- Magisterial District on the 5th. number. Thirty million miles of selves to market, leaving the men day of Nov. 19 12 for the purpose wire are in use; enough to girdle at home to do the needed work. of ascertaining the will of the the earth 1200 times. Two billion In this way hired help can be voters of said District upo n the question whether or not cattle or dollars represents the amount avoided. any specie thereof shall be perinvested. Direct communication Good roads will not only bring by telefone was lately establish t money to the farmers, but will mitted to run at large iu said between New York and Denver a also give social advantages Under District. L. W. Bethurum, y. R. C. C. distance of 2160 miles, and it is present conditions it is often impredicted that Nev York and possible for his children to go Copy Att. to S. F. BOWMAN, C. R. C.C. Sm Francisco will soon be talking school regularly, for his family to 4t. direct. go to church except when the! Dou't trifle with cold is Talk o. your Irish bulls. The roads are dried out, for his doctor good advice for prudenta men and Louisville Times evidently has a to ieach him in titne to be of It may be vi'al it$"case of a child. native of the old sod in charge 0 f most help, or his mail to be There is nothing better than regularly. With better Ubamberlain's (3$ugh Remedy for its astronomical department as following in n rnrpnt roads this can all be changed, and coughs and clds in children. witness the issue of tnat excellent paper, in Rood schools and larger churches It is safe and sure. F01 sale bv Chas. C. Davis:' inference to the eclipse of the alwajs follow these improvements. y. S. IlivirfE. sun which occurred yesteiday the VOTE bVR 10th: "At points within this narrow strip only the sun will H- be seen completely hidden." The C. explanation or diagram showing EXPERT WATCH MAKER Candidate from 11th Dsstrict how it could be "seen" completely .hidden is not in evidence. .0 n 2-- &b&D Rt3Ai)S. ,. "H'st--" fgrv,- v? 'vwjyj-Arvf- 1 . fST "JSsaeif r.jaiMiighjfaaysar-ff-j t . . .:. I 1 ...i-i- ." p .. .vwvj1a " pi 1 mm mnt i im mnj. 'ysefvvjv ' " s; Sssasss Elisha Bullock traveling Sales- . 11 Hiail onnrl rrae QWJ )a CkllU ci iUll 3 nA " wwv vtvJ fledged Bull Moose was here Sat urday. Dr. W. T. Atny'x and son, ..t-to v ( w T.-- o -- o. .' . .i are visiting A ., .. onnaay. "'n !... ana ArKeuurigiu 1 I iVitoMWflQ l.mr r.l rnn.lirl'itAn ti..-j.. ... , .. IJ..F.-i.() U ..V at work for the piano gWcu ;awrty by B. k. Anderson & Son. . there shuule be one hundred or more by next week. The list is as follow-- . tfame of Contestant No. votes. ! mmmsmnmmm field .ifi Ki3$ii$ieiieiiifti Birdsell i$iieiiiii h INS s u u 1? ii 1W v li -- H-iv- i All-righ- t SOLD BY North JOE NOE SOP PEOPLE pae ... - 1 I . tele-fone- t ' ;. . 1 ZrrZr:ZZZm: de-li-er- s. I I I - T J. MOORE H.JJSEAVY TICKET o-- f' Optician For Congress -.- :.. xagaeSeac Nn.aiwn r 1 UNDERTAKER I ORDER FOR ELECTION To '.I $ Brodhead Turnpikes WfePli x&3e&0 t w i It $ THE J HOG CHOLERA SCOURGE OF ele-tio- I i to-wi- .... Dr. Hess Stock Tonic Dr. Hess Dip and Disinfectant es EMi&ssm&BP JONAS !." .. .,...-..,- I....I1. VCIUNIN, Ml. TmmiTAM IX A"- -. whmuu-'aul- ? "f$FyS?1-- ' 4tfj mat. '& rs- - ti. . SsMZLIb See-thy-heCoi-dome- " ' "" ' V-- x r y - -. Tw f ( i ' i -- ynrniVTr w. "' ; rnii .'..Tf aa ;, Ji ,,..,... r j .. ty j ;ipi iW.h ........ L . . f.iiiirphiw;ii - Z" lTJ..' "Ii:. ' .. - : l "rrwii i m.m hi rm - wm. - - - .. iqMjttjtCfowOTifrtoii?j - MT. VERNON SIGNAL Mt. Veknon, kYj Miss Sadie Richards has ehtered . School at Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Durham Get. II, 1912 Walk-Ove- shots it Sutton & McBee's. to see Fish's $7 Special Suits for men. You ought Mh, n BUI r ill t'M- l)f "tliliflllW il 8?:v 1 "No, 79" when i, van tto SIGNAL Communis te with 79 LOUISVILLC & NHVILLC R.R.CO. TIME TABLE. 22 uorth 24 north 23 south 4.46 p m 3:53 a m 11:38 a m 12:19 2i South Ias. Phone No. 8. Entered at the as Mt Vernon, second-clas- s am LANDRUM,.Agent. Ky. Postoffice mail matter. PERSONAL r H. Snj'der is now for the K. P. at Piue Hill. Mr. and Mrs Wni. Taylor are the proud parents of a fine girl baby. J. H. Branaman the VVildie merchant has been on the sick list. Jim Adams, son of Al Ada ms near town has joined tbe U. S. book-keepe- spent Sunday at Bradhead.' Mrs. S. C Davis has been much worse for the past few days. Miss Minnie Riddel is here from Blast Bernstadt the guest of Mrs. J. G. Anderson. Willie Cummins will leave in a few days for Danville, 111., to accept . position. Miss Clyde Lair has returned from a two weeks visit to family of her uncle, G. D. Cook. Cas Cox, the barber, was called to Pittsburg, Wednesday, on account of the death of his sister. Wra. Poynte r the hardware and grocery man who has been with relatives at Jamestown Ind., has returned home. Mrs. H. H. Carmical and Mrs. Kitty Smith are in Brooklyn, N. Y. with their daughter and sister Mrs. M. T. Menihan. Richard Moore and Buck French two of the most prominent farmers and good roads advocate of the Rockcastle river section were in When in Mt; Vernon Sutton & McBee are showing a full line of Ladies and Misses cloaks suits etc. MAKE OUR STORE Madam Rumor rays there wi 1 be a number of weddings in and around town this fall. A. B. Furnish sold the Dr. Dvche lot on Main street to Mr. Thomas Rider, consideration un known. The bungalow of Chas. C. Davis on Richmond St. is nearing completion and will be a beauty when finished. Your Head quarters WKWmH -- take tLis occasion to extend a hearty welcome to our friends in this and adjoining counties to visit us WE Baptist The protracted meeting at the church attracts large crowds and the splendid setmons of Rev. Barnes are much enjoyed. Col. Roosevelt will be in Louis ville next Wednesday for a few hours and will make a two hours talk. Several Rockcastle people expect to hear him. Dr. A. G. Lovell has moved to the residence of Judge L. W. We want to talk to you about your new fall -- pa--'lll'- f nf fi riHra im sl jii'a xi 'xssM araL qvi xJ a 'a-J- i vrrd vrry I toun Monday. Rovey Mullins the efficient and popular Superintendent and General Manager of the Winchester Granite, Brick Co., at Dudley was in town Saturday. Bethurum on Richmond street where he will reside tempoiarily while his home is undergoing some repairs. have to trust to somebydy for the of these things and you might as well trust us. We offer you the best this country affords at prices as low as first-cla-ss YOU goods can be sold M any Know IS like to have gest values in America sermon at the Presbyterian church LOCAL Mrs. Joe Wood near town during Sunday. Evening subject will be you try on and examine some of these good the week. Mrs. W. F. Anderson, ot Hazel "The Call of the Mountains." Steve Gray has sold his farm Patch, is dead. clothes any time you have the time Everybody welcome. near Dudley and will move to That JUST NOW is a gocd Nesbitts Golden Ointment cures are exclusive agents for Rain coats for women at, laurel county. time for one. all skin diseases, eryesipelas. ecSutton & McBee's. Mr. W. C. Surber, of Junction ring-worscald-heazema, tetter, City, is here to see his sister, Mrs. Rubbers. You will need them burns, old sores and the S. C Davis. and Fish has the best in town. itch. 50 cents per jar. Mfg and Mrs. Fritz Kruegerhas returned Boys long pant suits, black sold by. R. R. Beasley, That wa have everything in Overfrom a pleasant visit to Ottenhein, double or single breasted style fo?, Mt. Vernon, Ky. county. Lincoln coats that any man could wish tor it will be to your interest to 3:50 at Fish's. we believe The Young Peoples Christian Dr. W. T. Amyx and J. A. You can get the Clothcraft Endeavor Society will meet Sunsee the styles we are displaying for Fall and Oliver were up from Livingston guaranteed all wool clothing at TSJOW that we all know day evening at 6:15 at the Presbyduring the week. before you buy wear what we know, come Sutton & McBee's. terian church. The leader for in 1111.I see how near riylit we are J. B. McKenzie has returned Mt. Vernon has jnst received its the evening will be Benjamine can buy these extra good Bstes home lrom Burnside where he has full car load of crockeryware, Fish back. You and your friends first been for a few week. Shoes here EST At the Sign of the fish any price from ; to are cordially invited. purchased by U. G. Baker. Underwood, nee Miss Mrs. Mae and every price you'll get the best shoe ever One of the most enthusiastic Digging for basement, and Mae Miller, is spending a few days Good Roads meetings ever held such a price made to sell vith relatives here. foundation for the Montrose hotel in this county was held Tuesday F. L. Thompson Jr. was in at corner of Main and 3rd. streets night at Langford be pleased to show you all these school house Louisville last week attending the attract crowds daily. There were short talks from and lots of other good things to wear Th Home of Good Clothes State Bankers' meeting. The Young Peoples Missionary several and it is thought that M O. R. Hancock, for some timf League meets at the Dormitory most of the men in that section K K. P. Co., Pine Hill has tonight. The lesson assignment will vote fcr the Bond Issue. with the Military authorities and big was given a rigid test and ' clusively proved its value is Chapter 1 of "The Challenge of gone to Fort Worth, Texas. Monday was the first unnual game Lunters are much interested utility. Livingston the City." Miss Alice Ward, of election of the Mt. Vernon Fair in a new rifle sighting s stem that has returned home after a few L. &N. watch inspector, S. C. Association, resulting in the elect- is designed to eliminate the You are not experimenting: on Miss Myrtle Franklin, at his new Main street days visit with ion of the following as officers and necessity for estimating distances yourself when you take ChamberBryant. lain's Cough remedy for a cold as shop, Mt. Vernon, will sell you directors: and adjusting sights in long-rang- e that preparation has won its grer,t: W. T. Davis represented the Mt. any of the standard makes of President C. C. Davis, Vice shooting. reputat' m and extensive sale y Of the emington negative angle its remarkable cures of colds, Vernon Lodge I. O. O. F. at the watches and save you money. adv2t Presidents F. L. Thompson, J. ami system, as the invention's called can alvays be depended upon. Grand Lodge which met at Somer scien W. Parsons, W. G. Hysinger, Spectacle and nose glasses a noted It is eq illy valuable for adults set Tuesday. Secre Sir George Greenuill, Fishand tifically fitted while you wait, at Treasurer "J. expert; says in and chil.iren and may be given to Charley Adams and Miss Vir- living rates by S. C. Franklin at tary E. R. Gentry. Direc- Enelish ballistical are showing the best line 'The hew ?vs- - voung children with implicit con- ginia Davis diove to Orlando and new Main Street shop, Mt. Vernon; tors: James Cummins, Wm. a recent lecture: fidencc as contains no ever spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. next door to Jonas McKenzie. adv2t Poynter, W. M. Bullock, R. G. tem proves that since the origin drug. Sold it by Chas. C. harmful Davis. Moore. G. S. Griffin, T. J. Niceley of firearms our method of sighting to Livingston. J. M. Laswell. Chairman Chas. C. Davis will Judge L. W. Bethurum, Sam in active service rifle firing hasi "I didn't get much of a man." Mr. James Cox is here from show you before you make your address the people at Medical Pennington and T. N. Noe. The invention is snarled the wife. been wrong. California visitinff the family ot Springs school on Saturday night "Well, you wouldn't expect a fall purchases The second week in August likely to bring about a revolution have everybis brother, Mr. W. H. Cox whom is doing Oct. 12. Chairman Davis in the art of shooting." class man to pick you out, first 1913 was named as the time for has not seen since 1871. be thing for the home from a splendid work and we trust that In brief, the system utilizes the would you?" was the gentleman's Mrs. W, H. Cox continue. sick a large and appreciative audience holding the second annual exhi fret that the apparent comeback. basement to the attic. bition. but seme hetter tfcan she was. will greet him on this occasion. And then the row wa"s on full size of an object decreases as the Miss Grace , who had typhoid and We regret very much that we YOUNG Mtf, EDUCATE FOR distance increases as the distance blast. little Edward are both improving. SUCCESS MAKE MONEY increases. The user of the nega unable to print the picture Telephone operators in Egypt Jones Hiatt and mother, Mrs. ar AND BE HONORED family reunion Jheld tive angle sight is instructed to are required to speak English, of the P:ke Tabitha Hiatt, of near town have CITIZENS. Sight at a ppint the height of French, Italia, Greek and Arabic, at Brodnead Jon Sept, 29th. foeea visiting Mr. and Mrs. Andv If the arm in this weejs issue, but we failed the object under it. Baker, near Plato, Pulaski county. Two women are able to say The Wilbur Smith Business were the army rifle and the target to get the halt tone in time for Mrs. J. H. Browning has moved this week. We will have it next College, Lexington Ky., has a man, the point of aiming more in an afternoon than a man a Adams' property for the week with an account of that backing it a fine I'ecord of .35 would be to Home about 5 feet 6 inches can learn in lifetime. winter in order to have their most enjoyable event of that years, thousands of successful below the man's feet. With the SAVED LEG OF BOY. children in our splendid schools. large family of people. graduates, and incorporated by regulation ammunition, as furnish- old "It seemed that my Neal Parrett. the contractor and bankers, merchants and officials. 'ed for rifle, the negative bov would have to lose his leg, on Judge B J. Bethurum will be .expert craftsman, is pushing work you wish a course of Book- angle system will insure hits on account of an uglv ulcer, caused Rockcastle next Friday and It the Dayis bungalow on Rich' in on keeping, shorthand, Typewriting the man target at all ranges from by a bad bruise," wrote D. F, Howard, lAU street and M. Saturday and will address the or Telegraphy, write for a enflnd Ave., oa 3rd. is' an .emedies Aquone, N. C. 100 to 825 yards, which people at tbe following times and and dodtors treatment catalogue, free, containing increase of about 300 yards over failed till we J. Millers double tore on East places ou the Good IJoads question.: tried Bucklen's S.laiu. particulars, to W. R. Smith, the range of the present battle Arnica Salve, and cured hiru with 18 at 10 4. in. Brodnead, Oct, one box, "Cures, burns, boils, A number of our citizens from. Liviugstou, Oct. 18 at 7 p. m. Lexington, JEy. sight. town and county will attend the! Wildie, Oct. 19. at 1 p. m. 25 At first it would appear tha skjn eruption, piles. C. cents at Solomons Temple was, not s.q Chas. Davis'. Lodge meeting in Masonic Grand large as many have" imagined t gome' trouble might fae met; in Mt. Vernon, Oct, 19 at 7 p. m. Many next week. Louisville to be. It was 60 cubits long 20 sighting, However no difficulty If you do not know what a Hickory nuts. Walnutg, per will take advantage of low others is found in aiming at "besorn" is, do not allow the Jact cubits wide and cubits high. whatever simmons, chestnuts and wild Tbe cubit being 30 excursion rates. 18 inches srlves a point 5 feet 6 inches below a to depress you. Nobody seems to Mrs. Fanny Adams and Judge grapes plentiful, including the the di mentions in feet as follows; man's feet, particularly as the know. L. W. Beihurum took the Judge's possom crop. Tbe writer assisted 9o feet long, 30 feet wide and 45 men is conveniently on the spot Cull McClure, whose name little daughter, Tevis, to Louisville, in feasting on a fat juicy speciman feet high. Its cost is supposed to to afford a gauge, very much like appears once in awhile in these a few davs per of the latter named Tuesday; to have been millions upon millions a foot rule photographed with columns, has a copy of first issue on her throat. A message since and had Cull McClure huntformed another object to indicate 0: dollars. of the Signal published in 1887 says the opera; ing for others, but the old sinner received yesterday heights. anybody told you that deaf under the name of Mountain If has quit the search claiming he tiou was successful. The new system is the invention Signal. was badly bitten by nine of the mutes are now enjoying long telearrived a full and complete, line of George Owens, on advice of his of II. Ommundsen, an Englishman animals in bis last outing a few phone conversations about nothing Thomas Hargreaves, proprietor doctor, went out into the country best' line in particular like tbe rest of us, who vi on the King's prize at a of the Arcade. Hotel, Whose circus Misses and Children's Cloaks. , two nights back. last Thursday to remain recent English national shoot, and would you believe it? It's a fact See before is wintering atChester, Pa., carried ever shown in Brodhead. Judge R. G, Williams will ar- though Theyjpress weeks for the purpose of resting u tons tbtt iwbo has been high up in the same a cub lion in a suitcase to the He was rive in Rockcastle on Thursday up and recuperating. you buy. flish electric Alphabets at tba contest on several, other occasions. home of a few days since. back in town Monday somewhat Oct. 24th. and will make six other end of t6e line and get the That the system is applicable The young?.lion was permitte 1 to improved, and at work again, of gameshooting with speeches in the county on the message rather better i ".. than ordi-- j to all knds men should examine our line of Beckleyis evident, as to do away run anout me nouse nice a Kitten. Clayton, a prominent Good Road Question. Tbe dates narv folks. We can do a rifle Archie L. about, JMcUure "world-beate- r" with guss ng at distances must Line of Clothing real estate dealer of Jacksonville. areas follows: anything these days. The best plaster. A piece of Saturday and Sun Wildie, Thursday, Oct. 34, 1 P. M. .inevitable help the hunter : to in-- ; Fla,., was here flannel dampened with Chamberhelp the hunter to in- day. He w'Hk Mrs. Claytou and Hickory Grove, " ". "3:30 pm Lame back is one of the lain's Liniment and, bou,nd on common of .iwuuscuiar -- rPaep his.- - fif ri avcraoivi forms little son. who have been here Brodhead, Thurs.. " " 24 7 p m t a n over the affected parts is superior licatinnR!. . lew m-- m iuBMuiui., n. m o RVirW. n !. eritfe her umde G. 0. Fish. and the At'tne tournament ota.. New- - to a plaster and costs only one toiII 1 famWy during the Snmer left Freedom," 3:30 p: m. "give re!ief Jersey State Rifle Association last teuth as"' tnuch.. For sale by For salfiv. ?:.' . .: Mt. Vernon Frt. " " - 7:00 p. m. jfc, KY. Chos. C. Davis. for Jacksonville. ' Chas. C. Davis. wek the ucgiuuve , angle system :.Mt. Army. Joe Childress was with his sister "A Man after God's own Heart" will be the subject of tbe morning Our $15 Special Suits We'd are the big- THAT THIS STORE A Good Place to Buy Overcoats You Know We d, The Bates Shoes FOR MEN And that Winter You at We Know at $350 $500 at We'd -- 1 FURNITURE Furniture WE. brought Let us We the well-know- n o 14-ye- ar the-arm- y E. L. COCRELL 72-pa- ge Livingston, Ky. . have-an-operatio- n com-baratl- ve Just Ladies', The them 1 nd 1 - The - most-evitabl- r;i m tffe m & 4 A -- . m k 4 mk gm&mm I Jiiay . 1 BRODHEAD. ft i m:& jSffiTJ X FA 'i rf3 . .ZJ&t, ;jkfcXS3 .Mt mam. fWv i?&- - jjsa- 1 Wr?WJ!SJ5' r'w' ' a woman D?nend on her goncral health end frrcdoni from pain. Many essentially looks old feminine. which are before Iicr time bejauss of ihosa Sterling from early womailxr '.she euK s f r n frequently recurring derangements If she Lo beautiful she itmys into that mellow I12rwcma1.lyh1-.1that ti;.Lw -- I - tact eboel .he ey-- a or the blue circles underneath. ctfc Without t7 ; i'nvrinMv the rule that such womsi' suffer little, or not at all, from womanly e story ot pain derangements' which sip the health and Have in the face the Dr.R.V. I'Jerce.thc famoL-- . specialist in the diseases of women, found n- -d suflerin the organism peculiar to womann' prescription in his early practice that woman hood oUcd i!i machinery, as it were,c of 'he human system and helped the became and aged her face. This remedy Js that sccr-linto pass thosre painful s , j uit U'. . I Wilson Stands For a Princi Will You Stand By Him? Woodrow Wilson is a vasdy MJBT3 artT A?-"'"11 ' iter KWwW1. fcSSnfl S4H3 i ' "-- -'n M 0&f&& fc B fl B Q tell-tal- different order of man than you find among the ranks of many good men in tlST". p'-rio 1 iIBk U i J X 'n vy XJV, tIJICC b flic i iuv,i.jiivh, uui " benefited thousands cf women and saved them from misery cr.d cuacrlng at dilrer.t periods it life. " lis. IL".ki.y E. Pierce, of 241 Street. Samla, OuU. writes : woman alter tuaet:.vr to" three years and doctoriny c 1 oi..crcr.tt" ctcrs, rach cno sayinff it ras Bomethinsr dmer-cr- t, vrth r t'-a Uiorouch examination, :2' I c. .. or putting me Uircu-r.ir.d "ij I nroa su2rins mm a crowth. vhlch, in time, would result in I bocama hoiwWly discouraged but would not ! up;nrir itt ray. to" i.v o ion on a3 I was t.o x pik and too much afraid, but at i.-- i t. ',J .,,'., , r f n fnrnd. I triod Dr. Pierce's medicines, and rf two boxes Proscription ' I immediately a'fenirii- 1 o ILrtt!. 3vha-- the Tavoritc 'Ilealintr Suppositories' and n'i TabiPtr,' and ranoftafrty praise tlio name of Dr. fr'l a or'M bovs f 'IJtior: from any femalo disease, for these to all v ho Pi t. n'n r.vei-n- , l Ui re c'.tttcJ to be, and 1 liopo will help others as :) ' ' J -- ' 1 I "." V'C!l-K33r.-c- ht 3 o-- practical political life. Woodrow Wilson is not among the great majority of politicians and business men, otherwise estimable characters, who believe that the end justifies the means, who arc honest in a commercial or political sense. The candidate of the progressive voters of the country not only does not believe in the doctrine of "anything to win," but he insists on plain old fashioned honesty in every detail of his campaign. Woodrow Wilson proposes to win on the merits of his candidacy and platform or not at all. "Clean hands or no fight" is Wilson's ultimatum to his supporters thrrujhout the country. (YpRTT75is3S &ALLLLLK()V' mm & X Q0 ft. Por Infants and Children. I ' .i.. ch.-m1 Not a dollar of questionable money will be spent to elect Woodrow Wilson. The Democratic National Committee is heart and soul in accord with the candidate's views. And the corrupting influences, with no political faith, casting about to win a foothoW in the new governgains, have despaired of reaching Wilson or his campaigners. ment with bribes of They have gone to the enemy, whoever that enemy may be. It is a matter of common knowledge that the "Interests" are using all their political funds to defeat Wilson. This makes it your fight. a money-ridde- n nation. Such is only the case insofar as the People fail to get together and so permit the few to control the dishonest representatives they, by mistake, elect to office. The actual money power of the People is still greater than that of the Interests. The Progressive People of the country, if they get together, can buy and sell the Corrupting Influences and destroy their financial power. So Woodrow Wilson and his managers believe that not only is it the only clean method but the most practical method for the Progressive People of the country to supply the Woodrow Wilson Campaign Fund. is No Tainted Money For Wilson The Kind You Have iways Bought 33s. viu ALCOHOL 3 Pi.ll CIIN 1 AegefaWePrepsrc!on(brAs similaiingilieFoodamlRegufci ling lite Stomachs andBoMlsof Bears the Signature cs i .... Prorao(csDfeestion.Ckerfid- T The people have constantly made the mistake of believing that this What the American People Need to Know M ncss and I?est.Cor.taLis nciiivr Opium-Morphine j$ , 9 norliaeral. Not Narcotic. EKesfousisMimiasa. ? 7f fc 7 L. "fSR. 5S vtV Ibrpkh Sad" lkklUUk- tl'xaZfJ- Sapr -- SS S .StfS&Js!3Sfc S? feoAl iyjMMMLlS C. a. i Our line of Couch Casketb is umxcelIt-J lland - mado CoHiiisliiniisliKd C;,rS(l seut to a11 J,arfs ot" the County This year a popular president is to be elected with the People's money. The Woodrow Wilson Campaign Fund is to be collected from the rank and filejof the Progressive Voters of the country. of the Interests, but with the individual dollars of the earnest, eager voters who desire clean, efficient government and who are willing to help Wilson as he wants to be helped. The People to Fight With THEIR Dollars t.'o0 ft SWA pr.uLi? . i Apsrfect Remedy for Ccnsfi? sioii . Sour Storaach.Dbrnm 'SYcrras.CcnA-ulsious.revcnsj- 9 HcssaulIOSSQFLE TacSbnte Signature of i I AT iil r AN ordars by Wire Promptly Filled The bills of the Democratic National Committee are to be paid, not with W. A. COX,i I'hone s: '.U-- S IIT. VKIINON, KV Money thus needed is not spent in improper ways or in any manner similar to the way in which the funds of the Interests are disbursed' But we have to tell the voters of the country about Woodrow Wilson. We have,, to tell them. what he has done. We have to tell them what he stands for. We have to point out to them the important (planks in his platform. All this means that to hold up our end we will be obliged to spend as much money as those whoioppose us. This means that every man or woman who believes in Wilson should be willing io contribute toihis cause. Let the supporters of Wilson help us to spread the Wilson gospel to the four wmtJs. Let the Progressive Voters battle this year with th'eir pock etbooks as well as their'ballots. Of course, you can and you arc glad to support the cause in this way. Practically every voter can afford to give SI to aid the Wilson Campaign. A great manvcan.give S2. A great many can give $5. And there are lots and lots of progressive voters who will be eager to donate frutn $10 to 320. These are the kind of contributions we want. And we will be proud to receive from thousands, who can only afford $1, their SI contributions. We want to hear from every man who has a dollar to give. This year the man with the dollar must defeat the government traducer who spends his thousands. TllE tv-i- T IK&'i - Compact, YUiUv NEW CCNTAUn j US8 W ror over Thirty Years I i 1 K I II eoMNr. New cs M" ,l, Ojgpif Guaranteed und-1h- c i0(5 111 43. We Solicit Popular Subscriptions Can You Give From $1 to $20? Exact Copy of Wrapper. !&& Tr ccntuh & crrr. Yesterday i' o-morr- wmwwrnm Tc-da- y ow onlj a vision, w II liveil iniikes owry yesterday :i dream of lwit iion ufhope. Therefore brinjjr your account to uol e&Uji'da' nor VUSTMRHAY T)-OAY i, luit :i divain, to-da- to-da- y If you know many Wilson men, if you work among many Wilson men, head a list with your name and money and get the others to join you with their subscriptions. Then send your list with the money to C R. Crane, Vice Chairman, Finance Committee, Democratic National Committee, 900 Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. No loyal Wilson man can do more than this to assure Wilson's victory at the polls in November. Get Club Subscriptions ienimmn? zz. I ntmnnnjn!snHmmmnt!nmmfflniK Xi VERNON 5 GMET CO. 9 TIIK BANTK OF MT. VERNOX How to Contribute to the Wilson ! S Th"ii our hoj. is that all vour monpj's will briny you happi-ne-,-- ,. ami all your recollections of yesterday will ami irojfi-it- . lirintr ou tritat satisfaction and all your dealings and relations with tliib Hank will bring ou great )rosperity. Campaign Fund Woodrow Wilson Campaign Fund To C. It. CRAKE, Vie Chsirmsn, Hnaata Caput Thi OoBiocRie Halioiul Cccimiitsc, 330 MicMs LOYALTY COUPON tiss, 88 faa-dldc- y ' MT. VERNON THE BANK OF KENTUCKY N1T.VERNON. CC WlfJJMS. President. W. h. RICHARDS, Cashier J. P. (sl&gmN- Slim the Coupon opposite and All In the amount yea rive. Tben attach your money to tbts Coupon and mail today t the address given on the Coupon. Iuua all cliccUi, moroy orders and nddret all contribution to C. R. Crane. Vice Chairman, Finance Committee, Democratic National Committee, 900 Michigan Avenue, Chicago, 111. Then write a letter to this paper eivlnr your namcas a and stating your reasons why you believe woodrow Wilson should be elected President ot the United States. In this way you will be listed as a Wilson contributor. A Soutenir Re. celpt. handsomely lithonratihed.well worth tramlnsr. will Da sent to you. Your letter will help iu the fight by encouraging your (rionda. Do every thing you can to hold up Wilson's hands tn his alexa campaign for the people who do the work and flghtWtf ot th country. he may take the oftiee freehanded, nutiauirnotod.mo I obnaleU to none bat the people of the country, I wh tnrenirlliiitethrnu.ri.oou thusamot t toward tb aipenses of Got. WlUon'd campaign Aaabrliererln ttie ii'ires"iol(liraliiof oen mint r I rem ird In the of Woodrow Vilon for l'miitentof tliol'itiieil t Jf.nd to th? tnd thit a Jtn., Chicago. III. PRACTICAL UNDERTAKERS FUNERAL DIRECTORS, AND 3 2 : zz: or Address R.F.D...-- . . State g g E: L.UKRS Mt. Vernon, Ky. EMU A. OUCH EV3ETALICCASKETS Coffins and Robes. f Endorsed by - ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT. Over U. ti. Baker's bloro. Croc, u and Hridge Work a specialty. All ii oik . guaranteed. W. T. FRANOSS, s.jrfStX'X. -r- -. ueniisx Mt Vf,rnon . . Ky Trfjp& C. C. MT. &S-OFFIC- E. Home and ollice in the late Dr. Myers formerly occupied on Old Vernon. Main St., Williams, VERNON. ATTORNFY-AT-LA- KY. On srd. floor o The Bank ot'Mt. Vernon, on Church street. Special attention given to collections. Phone No. 8o. J.CMcCLARY UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER Kv. Mount Vernon Monumental LWORKS Manufactrer of ana and Granite Monuments of all Estimates furnished kinds. Taken Up: A deep red cow Josephine Devault, Plaintiff came to my place Saturday Sept. on application. vs- - COMMISSIONER'S SALE 28th. Part of tail gone and dry. GEO. OWENS Propr J A. Stokes and I live about one mile below the Pone 112 Margaret -- House Nee5s house in Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle SALE. Kd Houston, PlaintifT Connty, Ky., to the highest and vs- - COMMISSIONER'S SALE best bidder at public auction, on ROCKCAS1 LK CIRCUIT F. L. Thompson, Gdn. Monday, the 28th day of October COURT. Step oif and take a look at of Elmer and Walter i912 between the hours of 9:oo your house. Doesn't it need Weaver, Defendant a. in. and 4:oo o'clock p. in. Painting; I Now is the time By virtue of a judgment and being regular county court day A. J. Haggard, Admr. to have it done Paint before of Wm. M. Mink, of the Rockcastle on a credit of order of six months, the deceased, Plaintiff the winter rain and snow beCircuit Court, rendered at its following described real estate Hanmi's Green vs- - COMMISSIONER'S SALE gins to nv. August term, 1912, I shall pro- located in Rockcastle County, Seal. The matte - to wear ceed to offer for sale at the front Kentucky, on the waters of the Jos J. Mink. Andrew Mink.lFames Mink. Paints are the right kind to door of the Court House in Mt. East Pork of Creek and Alice Rash, Becky use. Formula on every pack- Vernon, Rockcastle County, Ky.. bbunded as follows: Bishop, Maggie r- or sale by to the highest and best bidder, Bounded on the east by the ver. Martha Farris, at public auction on Monday, the County road; on the south by the Thomas Mink, and Defendants 28th day of October, 1912, be- lands of George Livesay; on the Mary Lynch, By virtue of a judgment and tween the hours of 9:oo o'clock west by the lands of John IN MAMMOTH CAVE. of sale of tho Rockcastle a m. and 4:oo o'clock p. m , be- Clontz, and on the north by the ing regular County Court day, lands of Josephine Devault, and Circuit Court rendered at the August Term, 19 12 thereof, I The Dry Fall Outing to Kenon a credit of six months, the containing 50 acres more or less. tucky's Great Subterankan following degoribed real estate For the purchase price the shall proceed to offer for sale at the front door of the court located in Rockcastle, County Ky, purchaser jnuct execute bond Wonder, or 20C Miles Underground on the waters of Negro Creek with approved surety, bearing house in Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle County, Ky., to the highest and Tuesday, Oct 15. and bounded as follows: interest from day of sale until Beginning at a poplar on the paid and having the forde and best bidder, at public auction on Monday the 28th. day of October west side of farm, corner of Joe oTect of a judgment. Arrange for private and select Bidders! 1912, between the hours of 9:oo Purcell; thence an east course must be prepared to comply pa tics, home people and their a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m., being with his line to Butcher's lirje; with these terms viMtors. River low, echo grand. regular county court day, on a ar t cave dry. The time to see thence south to a hickory and G. S. GmrFiN, credit of six months, the follow- Mrnmoth Cave when at its best chestnut: thence east course to Master Commissioner. ing desceihed real estate located ""'otnd-triHouk's line; thence his line to a railroad fare $4.35 Rockcastle (Jircuit Court. in Rockcastle, County, Kentucky black gum; thence crossing the ; .11 Mt. Vernon and all wa nd. bounded and described as .: railroad to a branch. Carter's SAVED BY HIS WIPE. .fons on regular stations on follows: line to John Winkler s corner; gular train 3:45 a. m. Board at She's a wise woman who knows Beginning at a stake at" the C .v Hotel from arrival for dinner thence a straight line with his to just what to do when her husband's cummin's line; thence his line life is in danger, but Mrs. R. J. hitet section of the Stigall farm itil alter dinner following day, to the beginning, containing So Flint, Btaimree, Vr... is of that of 75 acres survey with Roberts' n iso including the two trips through kind. "She insisted on nv 200 acres survey: thence with acres, more or less. Limit o using Dr. King's New Discovery" the Roberts line N. 594 W 6IJ he cave for 5.50. Only a twenty-on- e fourth inter writes Mr. F. "for a dreadful ickets 10 days. Write or phone est owned by Elmer and Walter cough-- , when 1 was so weak my poles to a cut down white oak L. & N. Agent. Weaver will be sold. friends all thought I had only a and dogwood, his corner; thence' A LOG ON THE TRACK For the purchase price the 4iort time to live, aud it com another line to his S 76 W Go purchaser must execnte bond pletely cured me." A quick cure poles to a stake at the intersecti- of the fast express means serious with approved surety, hearing for coughs and colds, it's the niost on of Roberts' line with the trouble ahead it not removed, so means safe and reliable medicine; for loss of appetite. interest lrom day of sale until many throat and lung trouble line of Wm. Fish's loo acre does of vitality, loss of It streng'f' lack prid and having the force and grip, bronchitis, croup, whoop- survey, now Mrs. Lewis's; thence and nerve weakness. If appet e effect of a judgment. Bidders ing cough, quinsy, tonsilitis, with her line N 36 E 113 poles to fails, take, Electric Bitters quicki . must be prepared to comply with hemorrhages. A trial will con- a stake on a cliff, her corners to overcome the cause by toning vince you. 00 cts. and $1.00. with pointers; thence with another J up the stomach and curing the these ierms. Michael Hessheimer Guaranteed by Chas. C. Davis. Hue to hers N 46 W 95 poles to indigestion. G S. Griffin. of Lincoln, Neb., had been sick a sarvis and stone on a beech Master Commissioner, over three y ears, but six bottles corner of Osborne Smith's place, of Electric Bitters put him right Rockcastle Circuit Court his line, S 53 E 25 1 poles to an on his feet again. They have They give ash on a branch, Smith's corner helped thonsands. Tor Infants and Children. MASTER COMMISSIONER'S aud corner of StigallJs 75 acre p ure blood, strong nerves, good The Kind You Have Always Bought SALE. tract; thence with his line S 75 digestion. Only 50 cents at r Chas. C. Davis acre tract; thence with his line Bears the Signature of S 75 W 95 poles to the beginning ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT containing 71 acres, more or less j COURT. the front door of the court house MASTER COMMISSIONER'S Your zzz Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of ZZZ work for the company. ErOrders by wire promptly tilled. Hearse sent to all points r .PAINTING P GEORGE OWENSi, Managers Office Mt. Vernon Monumental Building I'HOXE lLtig iiiiuiiiiiiimiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiUimuiiumiiuiiriUiiiiiS MTV u nt-t- VI VxflvTPHJUrKdLElfiMBbHL&Bk i$3l fmmm Gave Up Hope "I suffered five years, with awful pains, due to womanly troubles," writes Mrs. AL D. AlcPherson, from Chad-bour- n, N. C. "They grew worse, till I. would often faint I could not walk at all, and I had an awful hurting in my side; also a headache and a backache. I gave up and thought I would die, 'but my husband urged me to try Cardui, so, I began, and the first bottle helped me. By the time the third bottle was used, I could do all my work. All the people around here said I would die, but Cardui relieved me." Si-egg- s' di ae - J. B. KNOE TAKE 4y372? fS WomaiftTonic p For more than 50 years, Cardui has been relieving woman's sufferings, and making weak women strong and well. During this time, thousands of women have written, like Mrs. McPherson, to tell of the really surprising results they obtained by the use of this purely vegetable, tonic remedy for women. Cardui strengthens, builds, restores, and relieves or prevents unnecessary pain and suffering from womanly troubles. If you are a woman, begin taking Cardui, today. Write to: Ladies Advisory Dcpt, ChaManooza Medic'nc Co.. Chattanooca. Tenn.. book. "Home Treataicnt lor U omen." sent free. J 49 for Special Instructions, and 1 3PeSp$Da$3Cfe- - Tfg3Cg3(C $pc&$)C CHAS; a DAVIS SAYS 20.-th- THE DRUGGTST That Tennyson or Longfellow could take a worthless sheet of paper ad write a poem on it and make it worth $75.000-tha- fs genius and there are others who can write a few words on a sheet of paper and make it worth this ration ot ours can take $8,000.000 -- that's capital and ail ohnce and a quartea of goldandstamp upon it an Eagle-bir- d and malce it worth mi.ney 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 ceequefor a $1,000,000, but it wouldn't, be worth a dim rouge. But some people will tell you that they can nonsense-tr- y t's me. serve you as well as Chink afs e-t- hat's CASTORIA I ? CASTORIA irt'- Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S Hift.'Ti'y & Stokes, Defendant ford By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of thn Rockcastle Oct. Circuit Court rendered at. the of Copper t. 4-3- Creek. J. J. Mobhrly, Brodhead, Ky. I August Term, 1912 thereof, shall proceed to offer for sale at I G-lld- rr Cry For the purchase price the purchaser must execute bond' with approved, surety, bearing' interest from day of sale uutil paid and having the force and. Bidders effect of a judgment. must be prepared to comply with these terms. G. S. Griffin, Master Commissioner, Rockcastle Circuit Court, , I PNEUMONIA left me with a frightful cough and very weak. I had spells when I could hardlv breathe or speak for 10 to 20 minutes. My doctor could not help me, but 1 was completely curea Dy but-tha- Yourstrnly DR. KINC'S New Discovery Mrs. C. C, DAVIS, Mt. PHONE No. 39 ?3iDc3r33a 1 Vernon, Ky. . i FOR FLETCHER'S J. E. Cox, Jollet, $1.00 111. BOc AND AT ALL DRUGGISTS. CASTORIA rAAyt - ' n4riir ntttH a i k .-