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Mount Vernon signal: October 18, 1912 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1912 mou1912101801_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: October 18, 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. v 4TT !"?.--- - Published Every Friday VOLUME XXVI. iitit MT. VERNON, 't Established 1887 COUNTY KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER ' ROCKCASTLE ff 1912. Wednesday W. Tate is in Louisville this week. Mrs. G. C. Brooks is visiting in Crab Orch ard hist week. -J. NUMBER 4 the farmer and the welfare of the nation, in general, depend, to great extent, upon the condition of the roads, and this being the case, we should all be interested: in this great movement. The farmer should be interested because good roads would increase the value of his land, would enable him to market his crops wilh less expense, would enable his ' children to be more punctual in attendance to their respective schools, and would enable those who live within any reasonable distance of a high school oe graded school to send their children to them without being burdened with a board bill. It would, also, help both young and old religiously by placing churches within reach of all. Of course goed r .ads would bo a greater blessing to the farmer than to any other class of people, but I wish to say that good roads, would be encouraging to the dot: tors and to the ministers in their great work. But roads often de-la- v them on their missions an. I thus cause them much sorrow and disappointment. If we had good roads it wouid encourage commerce by bringing the farmer and merchant in closer contact and I am sure it would prove beneficial to both. I wish to appeal to all of my friends and voters to support the issuing ot bonds for the purpose of building good roads in our county, and in my opinion, all who do not support this cause are vot-iu- g against the welfare of the peo pie in ourjeounty in general. ZZ. Yours for better roads, HH95SEZ33S WGEZZMmZaET t73ET .T3 IT TAKES A LEVEL UKEEN. Mrs. John Robins and little 'daughter, Mildred, are visiting Girdle the Globe Rev. John Ware, of Science Hill relatives at Pineville. Mrs. N. ls conducting a series of meeting J. Reynolds returned to her home. The people of all civilized nain St. Louis, after spending the at Friendship Vic Price who is tions have come to know such a summer with her daughter, Mrs. teaching school at Mullms Station Shoe by name The Walk-Ov- er J. F. Watson. A. M. Hiatt, W. is at home for a few days' sck. Call to day and see the new styles E. Graveley, Julian Btrdes, W. Miss Zelina Brown who is intendH. Anderson, R L. Smith- - and ing School at Mt. Vernon spent Prices John Robins, are attending the from Friday till Monday with Jt Grand Lodge of Masons in Louis- homefolks here Mrs. Sallie A. ville this week. John Evans was Loug, of Quail, is spending a few days with her brother, W. F. at home the first of the week. here. Most of the farmers Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Hiatt .John of this community are done sowing and Walter Robins spent Sunday road lectme afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. R. wheat. The that was given last Tuesday night L. Smith in the Hiatt section. Mr. and C. C. Howell was down from was larglv attended. of week. Mrs, Eugene McWilHam, of Bee Livingston the first part Joe Riddle of Walnut Grove Lick were with relatives here last was in town Monday. A. E. week. Mr. B. F. Catron, of Albright and daughters, Misses Puiaski, "generaJ horse trader" Lena and Nina are in Cincinnati was in this part a few days last remember this when you to make sure of this week. Joe Carter has re- week Mrs. G. E. Price and little all-wool clothes: Cotton mixtures are so skillfully turned home sftar visiting rela- son Clyde spent from Thursday Because Selby have the style, tives in Shelby ville. He returned till Sunday with Mrs. J. L. made now-a-da- ys even an expert eye cannot distinguish quantity and comfort that women home, by himself this time. P. Thompson. F. E. Gentry who is of today demand in Shoes. cloth ' them from all-wo- ol cleverly woven A. Shelton and little son. Reece, teaching at Wildie was a pleasant cotton is so S4by are style leaders in all was dowu from Williamsburg visitot in this part last Sunday. a fashion centers. the wool the only absolutely sure way of detecting first of the week. Mrs. Frank Misses Viola DeBord and Ora its presence its presence is by a chemical test Brooks, of Harlan, is with home-folk- s Brown were in Mt. Vernon last for a few days. Mr. and Saturday attending teachers asMrs. J. B. Farris spent a few sociation. This test consists of dipping a piece of getting clothes if they bear Rev. Chas. Carintcal filled his days with relatives atWaynesburg VO fcO50 J cloth into a boilinc: solution of caustic the Clothcraft label. regular appointment at Mt. Pleaslast week. Misses Minnie Gentry potash, which completely dissolves the Every Clothcraft suit or overcoat and Clyde Watson and Profs. ant Saturday and Sunday. Dr. t i ii wool and leaves the cotton intact, if present. is guaranteed all wool, nil llns tguarLikins and Teuton attended the H. H. Isaacs pu. chased of O. J. antee found in the inside pocket of Meeting Teachers at ' Crab Mullins a nice young horse for Every piece of cloth used in Clothcraft every Clothcraft coat also insures $120. A. F. Lawrence was in Orchard Friday of last week Clothes must be able to withstand this lasting shape, satisfactory wear and Misses Mary Proctor and Mattye'j Science Hill last Friday. Miss searching chemical tet. Therefore, you service. At Clothcraft prices $10 visiting her sister Owens were in Mt. Vernon with Martha Jones can know positively that you are really to $25 can you ask for more ? Mrs. W. B. Spivey at Covington. C. L. Riddell, relatives Saturday and Sunday. s - C. E. Mullins the drummer was Cove, Ky. Mr. Granville Owens attended t through th s part last week. Miss the Teachers meeting at Mt. A LOG ON THE TRACK. Vernon Saturday. Mrs. J. H. Lucy Mink who has been attending cli-rt- l of AT I TTarnAM Ti? Vanttia1 of the fast express means serious Francisco, of Lafolleue, Tenn., trouble ahead if not removed, so is spending a few days with her home. Mr. and Mrs. Mordecia does loss of appetite. means Cummins, of Walnut Groue have lack of vitality, loss otIt sister, Miss Jewel Francisco. strength Mr." and Mrs. J. E. Sumner have moved in the house with M. M. iand nerve weakness. If aroetite returned to their home in Ashe-vill- Brown as the latter is not able to fails, take Electric Bitters quickly his farm. Johu to overcome the cause by toning N. C. after spending the look afier up the stomach and curing the summer with their daughter, Bloomer who has been sick for indigestion. Michael Hessheimer i Mrs. J. M. Clark. The Basket some time is improving. Clay of Lincoln, Neb., had been sick Ball team of this place played Thompson was in Mt. Vernon last over three j ears, but six bottles against the team at Mb. Vernon Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. of Electric Bitters pat him right They have Saturday. They returned hon? DeBord attended the sale of Mrs. on his Xeet again. They give Do you kno .. Minnie Catron, deceased, last helped thousands. with a fad look, BKODHEAI). pure blood, strong nerves, good why? Misses Gertrude Martin, Saturday- .- Mirion Meece, of digestion, Only 50 cents at zed E. J, Hamm has returned to rivio vr.tcnn nnri VTJnnio Hontnv .keggs croeic section nas Chas. C. Davis his homo in New Hope, after were in Mt. Vernon between !tto our neighborhood. George spending the past week with trains Saturday. Miss Nancy N. Bray, of Wabd, spent Saturday House Needs homefolks. Willie Yadon was Vaughan and Roy Renner were night and Sunday with his cousin, down from Livingston last Friday married in Mt. Vernon on Fri- Edd Brown. Mrs. Katie Owens is visiting day of last week, their many her son Jas . Owens a few days ' friends, wish them a loug life To Chas. C. Davis : Step off and take a look at this week. Lela Albright was of happiness. Miss Hazel Rey- - Having read a great deal in our your house. Doesn't it need down from Mt. Vernon, where nolds was down from Mt Ver county paper, The Signal, in re Painting? Now is the time gard to good roads and, also, be- - to have it done. Paint before sile is attending school. Mrs. non from Friday until Monday. H. H. Hutcheson is spending a Tames Pike entertained a number i cause I was born and reared ill "fho uinfot wiin oni OllVM irk crk.r KJ .v ifiUlUl t til Tuesday night, the good old county of Rockcastle, (ins to. ttv. few days with her husband at of young Hanna's Green . 1 11 a ,1 C I mm t i 4.4... n 4. t ,.!?nueresteuT oefll. Al- - in nonor 01 uis pretty aim ut- - i nave oeou MISS Jliva Miaaiesooro. The. matte - to Weal cousiu, Miss Roberta in this subject and feel that it is Puiivts are. the riht kind to bright begun her school at Pongo. tractive and One-Ha- lf and Voted omv in Misses my duty to say something hi e. Miss Tempest Ward wks up Pike, of Oklahoma. Formula on every pack- Captola Tyree were in'gard'to this matter. from Tunnel Hill wi h hcmefolks Pearl and 'aQ. For sale by Months Session We all know tint thfi. eAncatinn Orah Orchard last week. Miss a lew days last w f children, the prosperity of LB Anderson, of Pari , jwQt uuday Doll Owens vn,s n Mt- - Vernon of is found a copy of Congressional record as to the number of times Caleb Powers was Below u!'!P"P,(lTJV present and voting, and number of times absent, which shows that Good Shoe To with his cousin Henry Anderson Mrs. J. J. Albright, Misses Grace and Lena McCall spent Sunday with their parents at ' Maretbutg. I ij -- De-Bo- rd j,d All Selby SB8IS For Women Wool in Clothcraft Proved by want Test JUST that The with that all-wo- ol - $350 c 1: SUTTON & MCBE ffiS-ElS2323i I e, Powers' Congressional Record yj Times Four . Your PAINTING tll-kV- . Out of Total Vote of 249 He Was Absent 150 Times t. TT 1 " I 1 -- T . T 1 Present ( re-'us- Aff-.lm- or InOE out of the total number of 249 votes taken he was present and voted! enly 99 times, rnd was absent 150 times hy was he not present and voting on matters in which the people o'" the El 'vvnth District are tc;ested? Why was he absent when he is receiving such a princely sum to work for 1n-- people? i Whether you be Democrat or Republican you want someone in Congress for tho llth District who win auenu to ms ciuties. rower uus. jjol uouf it. i lis i.ungit;ssionai recoru proves mat. V, 1 Vote for-BE- V SMITH, who will look after your interests Special Tcni., April 4th to August 21st, 1911. . Apr. 4, 5, 13, 14. 21 aud 27th, Total 0 ..May 8, 16 and 30th, 3 . Present and not voting Present and not voting Absent aud not voting . if ..June 9tb, ' ' 1 - 10 - ttttftr 18 45. ..May 23rd, " . 1- - 1 .. (i i .i it ( .i i. May 8 and 12. June 6. In, 20 and 2 1st, " July 20, 28, 29 and 31st, Aug. 1.8, 4, 5, 7. 8, 12, 14, 15,17,48, 21." ' 2 4 . 4 12 90 Roll Calls. 63 Absent Present Regular Term, December 4th, 1911. to August 2lst, 1912. Dec. 12 and 13th. Present and voting II I. II l ! (I l . CI .Feb, 2, 3, 5, 5, ,.Mar. 8, 8, 12, Jan: l ( (I i( , I. (I ii , ' (I I 11, 15, 20, 24, 25, 27. 29. 30, 31st, 6, 6, 9, 16. 21 and 23rd, Is,-19, 21 and 28th, .Apr. 1, 18 and 29th, May 2. 4, 7, 8,10.13,14,15, 20,22, 23.25. 28,.29, -- la - l )' " (I i t June K? v II 'Absent and not voting .... . ii (i ii tt i and 5th, Dec. 4, 6 and 16th, 1 ? Jan. If th and 25th, 'jr ' , , i Feb12, 13, 14, 15, 2223, 24 amL28th;, A-" &-- " "i II . ii II It ti U II 'it II II "" ii il Roll Calls, 186. Voted 81 and Absent 105. TotarVos, 249. Voted 99 and Absent 150, Mar. 6tb, ' v .Apr. 2. 10, il, 15, 25 and 25th : , May 3, 10, 11, 24, 31, 10, 13 and 18th, i June July 2, 8, lo, 11, 12. 16, 17, 18, 19, .22. 27, i30th, .Aug. 1, 2, 3. 6, 8, 12, 13I.141516I 17, 20,' .21, . ii it ' '. ii ii it The above picture stiw, t.ie Pi u family reunion held at Brodhead, on Sunday, September 2Qth, showing one hundred and one who were not present. It was the effort of Rev. A. J. Pike in bringing members of that large family pr ent and there were eighty-fiv- e 7" aud at his home in Brodhead the reunion was held The members here represented are decendents all the members of his family this, county in 1862 from the state of Tennessee a.rd, who until his death not so many years since, of the late Jacob B. Pike, who came to was an honored citizen ofj.the county. He was the father of a large family of children, all qE whom are still living, viz : Rev.A. J. Pike, 14 2 -- 46 of Brodhead, Ky ; W. C.Pike, Pulaski, Ky ; B. M. Pike, Frederick, Oklahoma Mrs.. Mary Jane Brannamon. Uupp.Tenn.; Mrs. Sarah E. Releford, Pine Hill, Ky.; M. J. PikeJ Livingston, Ky.; J. B. Pike, Pine HiU, Ky R;. P. Pike, Blanch, Ky.; Rev. E. K. Pike, Taylorsville. 3 .3 Ky; Mrs. Margaret Coo"ke, Los Angeles. California; Jqcob E. Pike, Livingston, Ky.and G. W. Pike, Lebanon Junction. All the above named brothers and sisters, with their wives, an.d chttd.ren, and grand children, were present, making the total of the one hundred and one 8 shown in the group. From eyery part tftey came to attend this reunion and for several days before hand, nearly every train arriving at 1 Brodhead brought from one tc ten members of the family to enjoy that blessing and happiness which had not been experienced for many ,6 years, and which will never be again, as it was'upon' this occasion, as one of the number shown in this picture has since passed to his 5 reward. On Sunday was the reunion proper which was held at the Brodhead fair grounds, consisting of a basket dinner, music art1 3 22 preaching, whicn was enjoyed by hundreds of people. No one was ever happier than the Rev. A. J. Pike, who cansed the coming togethe1" -- 53 and it is the sincere hope of his many admiring friends in this and other counties, that the life of this useful and ardent advocate of the M owly Nazarene may be, spared for many years to come and. that in his declining years he may be the recipient of mHy such., jkasa 5 2 9 9 THE PIKE FAMILY REUNION. occasions. v, , VSiamS2mazL n-"2?K& !aiswy.'.'rv.'a. .; ' hydrated limcj the commercial gives his orders, and as a conse,,,... ,n iViO-f.int nf .iiiilwl'il . .... tuiblk) MT. VERNON SIGNAL outlook, atili with the progress of I 1V 4V W preliminary work it is seen that alue of which is will known, as quence of this intimate association field at work for the piano eiven the hidden lesources of the old Is the big demand lot1 this product with the property and the work away by B. 0. Anderson '& Son. Friday, Oct. i8, 19 12 Commonwealth are coming imo will be available by April 1 next. Ibis judgment is ot big value He There should be one hundred their own, and Kentucky is slowly A costly phase of coal mining is enthusiastic over conditions or more by ext week. The list Published every Friday by but surely advancing to her right- - is the timber which must be used which obtain. is as follows: ful place in the production of those in greater or les quantity in The rock, also, is low in mo'sture Name of Contestant s No. votes. EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT, m demanded by the" advance ing the roof of e: tries and drift's, though the plentiful supply of ' Lillic Hiatt 12414 ' B of civilization. This cost is obviated to the Ken- - coal would make drying processes Mattie Wilmott 4749 Yesterday the proprietor of the tncky company by reason of the cheaper than with less favored Mildred Rohius $I.OO UBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR 1117 Kentucky Portland Cement ana good value of timber with which plants. It breaks in a cubical Lizzie Gentry 1630 Coal Company, covering more its hills ate wooded. Its mile or form, which is ideal lor manufact Bessie Hamlin "75 Advertising rates made known on than 2 000 acres contiguous to the' more of standard gauge railway lire, according toO. S. Corneliusen Sallie Reynolds moo application Knoxville branch of the L. & connections if built upon cross ties the engineer at present in chargej Mary Proctor N. railroad, was inspected oy a uf an excellent type which tost of the field work in the construction Etta Cable 1275 party ot prominent Louisville ' eight ceuts each upon the of the plant. Mr. Corneliusen is Minnie Hiatt 1000 people, who went to Pine Hill property as against sixty cents a Nc rwegian, schooled in the pains Clyde Watson MEMBER OF 1000 ot tne each upon the open Dollte Johnson KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION upon rne investigation market. taking caie of the old world, 3693 ly "kavened with the eager- Eva Albright operatingcompanyforthepurpo.se Sevtral thousand feet of tramway II(i2 of seeing the latest big exploitation using, of course, a much smaller ness for result acquired in the New Katie Price IOCO of Kentucky's natural weilth; it tk have been obstructed at a and he also has enjoyed a broad iLela Albright 5339 being the wish of the company to much less timber cost. With experience in the construction and Lena Albright 3338 show the representatives of various timber, coal, shale and limestone reconstruction of cement plants, Gertrude Martin 7337 interests within the city and State ai band, the company is hastening viewing the errors of others and Susie Cabel 1545 what is going forward. The party its construction work in order to devising plans by which to obviate Mary Leai Virginia "75 Spotsylvania county. was composed ot Charles a. Not- - pet into a market which is now them. Reca Brooks was the scene of the battle of ton, Charles W. Milliken, George some thousands of tons short in Bessie Shivel Outline Is Surveyed. lOno Fredericksburg in December, 1863 G. Fetter, Milton J. Tbalheimer, its supply, with no stocks on hand. IOOO For the pleasure of,the Louis Rilda Chandler of the battles of Cbancellorsville Dr. Ben L. Bruner, City Engineer Even in the Lehigh Valley district ville visitors, Mr. Corneliusen sur Katie Price TOOO and Salem Church in May. 1863, David Lyman, Main Street Jacob B. Judah, one must order from thirty to veyed the entire outline of the Ethel Payne 1052 and of the "Wilderness in May and D. H. Bowman. John J. McHenry sixty days in advance in order plant on Saturday and had its Pearl Purcell 4765 No other given June, 1864. Chester H. Norton, J. A. Mc- to be measurably sure of deliveries. outline marked in lime, so that Annie Mae Sargent 6 15 territory the world amount of Carthy, J. W. Dreisbach, A. S. iniHffiriYinmiii each process could be visualized. Mattie Owens Enthusiasm is Roused. 12369 over has known to a like extent the Halle aud Jonn F. Lynch. Bertha Bustle 5656 The materials at hand to The big plant will extend a lull horror and cost of war since Valley Faced by Hills thousand feet or more along the Roberta Brown 2430 the Pine Hill plant must be of modern warefare was instituted. 2210 The property of the company un unasually high order, because valley mentioned and alter the Blaneh Howell is any county in the South If there 1744 Dislike to enter the that can with reason plead poverty consists of a little valley some they aroused the enthusiasm of the material starts it will make no Orlie Ponder doors of a Bank. I075 If will be Ada Ward for lack of progress 2,000 feet in length within the Louisville visitors when Superin- retrograde movement. as an excuse 556S company's lines, laced upon three tendent Dreisbach pointed out the conveyed into storage at the com- Ella Harp Why? it is the county of Spotsylvania, IOOO where an impoverished people sides by the round hills which British Thermal value of the ocal pletion of the process, ready to be Rosa Brown Because they feel 1000 that tlieii small busihave tor 6ity years been struggling stand sentry to the neighboring joeams by certain traits discernable loaded upon cars aftir the period Dortha Owens 1 75 The one containing to the expert eye and the myriad of se son. Storage capacity will Annie Cass ness is too trilling to wrest a living from an im- mountains. for the banker to IOOO yet Spotsyl- an inexhaustible supplv of a very phehistoric crustaceans imbedded be provided for far more of the Mattie Adams poverished land. And bother about. will be faced in the limestone these shells be product than ever is likely to Emily Sutton 9995 vania, to the shame of the majoiity high grade limestone Brodbead Graded School 1369 We invite such peoof counties in Kentucky, is making by the crushing equipment ot iDg almost pure lime, and com accumulate. ple to come in and The Louisville visitors went to Belle Kincer the cement plant a matter of only posing a high percentage of the 8706 no plea of poverty. Three years use this bank. 3031 people voted a bond issue a hundred or so ieet away, which bulk of the rock itself. Whole the plant under the lead of J. A. Birdie Johnson ago its We are in business fact will obviate an expensive mussel shells are outlined in McCarthy, who is resident director Florence Harris 4390 or the building of good roads. purposely to be bothDelora Boyd 10131 To day Spotsylvania county is handling of the mass of material. chunk after chunk of the rock, of the company with local headered. u Ollie Brock '1025 About at right angles, cutting a and not merely in one spot but in quarters. Mr. McCarthy is sving nearly 100,000 yearly in Every man, woiastic over the prospects for Bertha Brown corner ot the valley referred to, each phase of the outcropping. 1000 haul bills. man and child should 1000 The testimony of Spotsylvania stands another bill, rich in coal of Theie is a thin coat of earth to Kentucky development, aud he Bessie Brown have an account of Myrtle Shumate 1 no im- cover the mountain, which is above believes that the visit to thu some size. would seem tosupply a convincing a high quality, and shale in 1605 county mense veins the other main a mile in thickness, to use an spleudid property will cause the Lena McCall argument that there is no men prominent in Louisville's Every new subscriber to the Samples of commercial life to see ways and in Kentucky that cannot afford to constituent of Portland cement. amateurish phrase. We PAY 3 PER CENT vSignal gets 1000 votes and everv About 1,000 feet of entry work has rock and coal lumbered the car means for greater interest in build good roads. renewal 500 been done in two coal veins, one in which the party moed. BANKWITH Kentucky development iu the near a of which average about thirty-seve- n Nathaniel Deaion has found As Supt. Dreisbach's chief future. U. G. BAKER. President. sure remedy for the tobacco habit Lame back is one of the most inches in thickness, while lieutenant is man behind the gun J.P.E. DRL'MMOND, Viee.-PreF.L.THOMPSON.Jr., Cashier. common Nath says that for years he was a the other is not quite so thick at the works is MUes Steckle, of forms muscular A TEXAS WONDIU CLAUDE C. COX.Ass't. Cash A few applications slave to tobacco, and after trying The coal is of a serai-cannThe Texas Wondrr cures kidney rheumatism. engineer, and one who electrical and bladder troubles, removina of Chamberlain's Liniment will a. number of so called "cures" character, well adapted to the '.ad a big par-- in the erection and gravel, cures diabets, weak and give relief. THE PEOPLES' BANK For sale bv, and getting no relief, he threw pulverizing process necessary to operation of the two latest and Ky. Chns. C. Davis. Mt. VkrnoXj lame backs, all bi tobacco awav and quit a the manu.acture of cement, carry- most modern plants on the Le-- . irregularities rheumatism and and ol the kidneys remedy which never fails to effect ing no excessive percentage of high Valley district. Mr. Steokle in boty men and women. ReguC. a cure. moisture and admirably suited to sees each step taken in the organi- lates bladder troubles in chibien. EXPERT WATCH MAKER Ifnotsoldby your druggist, Things are getting so cramped the domestic market when it shall zation of the big, new plant, and be sent by mail on receipt will & of in the Ananias Club that the un be mined in quantities over and keeps in close step with it. He $1.00. One small bottle in two Glasses Fitted Free Tested fortunate inmates are sleeping above the needs of the big plant, has very little time to talk about months treatment, and seldom EyesAll kinksand Jewelry Repaired. of Send for Only Plant on System. it, but sees in the Pine Hili fails to perfect a cure. two in a bed, and even the bath All work guaranteed. COX BROS. STORE plant a eiavnerchl god thin of testimonials from his and other and pool tables are doing tubs Thus it seems that the plant is states Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 tot duty. situated in the center of an im- the first importance. Mr. Steckle Olive street Louis, Mo. Sold by Nesbitts Golden Ointment cures mense visible- supply of the raw is the man to whom Mr. D.elsbach Druggist. all skin diseases, eryesipelas, ec- - & There seems to be quite a material from which Portland Ky scald-heazema, tetter, ring-worTmtnber of voters roosting on the cement is made. It will be the burns, old sores and the fence as respecting congressional only plant of its kind on the L, itch. 50 cents per jar. Mfg. and Probably the race in the nth. COMPLETE LINE & N. system, and will have to sold by. R. R. Beaslky, air will be change some-wha- t purchase only one of the ingre Coffins, Caskets and Robes, Mt. Vernon, Ky. within next two weeks. dients of its product, that being Build Bond Issue Mail, Telegraph or TeleDou't trifle with a cold is Johnson, of California, declares gypsum, a sort of rotten limestone phone orders Promptly good advice for prudent men and he would rather be a live governor which is uged to a very small ex Rockcastle County Court. August Term, August 26, 1 91 2 It may be vi'al in case of a child. Filled. than a dead vice president, and it tent and which is cheaply available There is nothing better than is among the possibilities that from mines in the northern part of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for Hiram will have bis choice fulfilled. Ohio. On the ground nearly the 'coughs and eclds in children. It appearing that a petition, signed by more than 150 legal voter. it is safe and sure. Foi sale bv 3c&3c96doc entire bulk ot raw material can be The registration in the Grand placed at the door of the primary who are free holders of Rockcastle County, wai filed in the office of th: "has. C. Davis. Commonwealth does not Clerk of the Rockcastle County Court and with the Judge thereol 01 Old process of manufacture by the e of hold out a the 24th day of August, i9i2, asking that an election be held in said . bo ism force ot gravitat.on, reducing the county, October 26th, 1912, for the purpose of submitting to the legal hope to the stanapat wing of cost of carrying equipment by a voters of said county the qnestion of whether the Fiscal Court of said the G. O. P. large percentage. county shall issue and sell the bonds of said county in an amount no Roughly speaking, the above A Missouri editor says Wilson to exceed the limit allowed under the Constitution and the Laws of the standing on his record; Taft is outline is what the Kentucky inis State of- - Kentucky, and under no circumstancesfor an amount greatei sitting on his, and RooseVelt calls dustry starts with. John W. Cost the hog raiser nollions of dollars last yeae and nothing short of vaccination than $100,000.00, said bonds to be sold and the proceeds arising there you a liar if you mention his. Dreisbach, expert in the manufact seemed to offer the slightest promise o f ac tire. from .to be used iu building and constructing turnpikes throughout, ure of Portland cement, and Prevention, however, is the logical solution of the question. Dr. Hess. (M.D., D.V.S.) Republicans are hoping that builder of many plants, besides Rockcastle County and through territory to be hereafter designated by has always maintained that by giving Dr. Hess Stock Tonic to tone up and strengthen every the said Fiscal Court, and the Court being sufficiently advised, order the physician who are doctoring being observe' ot three score organ in the system, to regulate the bowels, liver and kidneys, expel worms ; and also thoroughly s that said election be held at the time and for the purposes stated in said Roosevelt's throat will prescribe disinfect the premises, sleeping quarter and runs with Dr. Hess Dip and Disinfectant, would or this cbaracte. in the petition, and that T. J. Nicely, Sheriff of Rockcastle County, be and he several years of quiet. prevent an outbreak of this disease. United States aud Germany, is GpOKGE Ade's advice will soon the general superintendent in is hereby directed to cause a poll to be opened and an election to be Read what one of the big hog raisers in the country says : " During 1911 jour country was visited by one of the worst hog plagues ever known. of the erection of the plant held in the County of Rockcastle ou the 26th day of October, 1912, "Claim everything charge be utilized: which is more than 60 days after the filing of said petition in said office . We fed Dr Hess Stock Tonic, and only lost two head out of a herd of two hundred and until the last paecinct is in and ad carries the 1 esponsibllity of ten." Alex. Nevius, Modesta, 111. gettingout ot the property of the as aforesaid, and be will cause the poll to be opened in each and all of then shout fraud." company the best and quickest he voting precincts in said county; and he is directed to advertise said AI$o note what bulletin No. 182 of the Kansas State College says If candidates were required to results. Mr. Dreisbach said that election and the object thereof at least 30 days next before the.day thereo about preventing Hog Cholera: prove every campaign utterance there is no end to the limestone in in some newspaper having the largest circulation in the county and also 'When we recall the conditions which favor the disease and the manner in which its infection there would be fewer campaign the quarry mountain above re- by printed hand bills posted up at not less ithan four public places in takes place, it will be en thatfeedingand caring of hog has much to do with the prevention of the speeches. Cholera. Premises should be, cleaned and disinfected regularly. The hogs themselves should be dipped ferred to, and that so long as the each voting precinct in the county and at the court house door A every few weeks. Maintaining these conditions helps to keep np the vitality of the hog and jn this way to vote at said election troublss of all kinds are warded off. To aid digestion and circulation and 10 preventworms. the bulletin When David said, "All men mountain gives tortb limestone, legal voters of said co. nty shall be privileged " reeommeuda a formula of Wood charcoal, Sulphur, Salt, Sodium Uicarhonate, Sodium Sulphate, Sodium It is ordered that court adjourn. are Liars," did he have the present there will be shale and coal upon Hypoaulphate and Black Antim L. W. Bethorum, hog raiser about the property wherewith to campaign in mind? This formula, given in tablespoonful doses would undoubtedly be benefical but would cost the Judge Rockcastle County Court. pound. Now compare this with the formula for Dr. Hess Stock Tonic which is vastly superior and has steed processes of manufacture. 10c per A true copy attest: the test of 20 years. QUASSIA. Digestive & General Tonic. Expels Worms. S. F. Bowman, C. R. C. C. INTERESTED PARTIES VISIT Owns Ppoperty in Fee. NUX VOMICA. Digestive and Nerve Tonic. SULPHATE OP sODA,Laxatwe & acts upon theLiver. Blood Builder & Expels Worms. SULPHATE OF IRON, PINE HILL. EPSOM SALTS, Laxative, The hill1 of which the property COMMON SALT, Appetizer. Expels Worms. CHARCOAL. Prevents Noxious Gases. POTASH, Acts upon the Kidueys. (Louisville Times. NITRATE OF is composed belongs to the comNotice is hereby given that in obedience to the above order of the TTENUGREEK, Tonic and Aromatic. pany in fee simple, besides which County Court of Rockcastle County, I will cause an election to be held Pillowed upon the bosom ot This preparation is compounded by Dr.Hess,(M.D., D.V.S.) and sold to you on a written county's hills has been mineral rights are held upon hun- at the time and place indicated, from six o'clock a. m. until four o'clock Rockcastle guarantee and only costs 3c per month fbr the average hog. The definition of the ingredients for the purpose of Jbund a great wealth of limestone dreds of acres udjoining assuring p. m , for the purposes set out in said ordjr ; are taken from the United States Dispensatory and noted medical authorities. shale and coal suitable for the the continued supply of raw ma submitting to the legal voteis of said county the question of whether Feed your hogs manufacture ot a perfect grade of terials against many long years the Fiscal Court of said county shall issue and sell bonds of said county Portland cement, and at Pine to come. It is the hops ot the in an amount not to exceed the limit allowed under the Constitution Hill work is now under way for company to see the entire property and the Laws of the State of Kentucky, rnd under no circumstances for quarters with a solqtiOn of to prevent disease and expel worms. Sprinkle the runs and sleeping the election of a modern plant under service within five years, an amount greater than $100,000.00 ; said bonds to be sold and the with a minimum capacity of 2.000 whereby the output can be in- proceeds arising therefrom to be used in the building and construction barrels daily. While the pre- creased len-fo- l 1. While it is not of turnpikes throughout Rockcastle Countv and through territory to be one of thaf oremost coal tar, creos6tetf i'sinfefctatfts known. Also dtp your hogs with this solution liminary wprk, has o for been believed that Portland cement hereafter designated by said Fiscal Court. when the weather will permit, and you will'have'no loss from disease. All legal voters of said county shall be privileged- to vote at. said completed, the origins- - tors of can be produced within less than loo-lbS5.00 tke plan for cement in the foot fourteen months, it is hoped that election. a capacity of 30,000 brrrels anThis Sept. 19th, 1912. T J. NlCELEY, bills of the Kentucky feel well pleased with the nually of an unusually, high type Sterif Rockcutl!cpMLty. taittt -- taftatt& -JE- Zht-mJ&ffftj,,- fT&'1$m$. . -rr-??-?l?J of T' I EI11BB1I1 WAGON 1 shor-thing- J I Birdsell SOLD BY North i ad-mi- ra 65 JOE NOE SOP PEOPLE 1 r-i- 1 , , en-th- USZZ s. t J. MOORE Optician fgx&x$x& mxmxxpxx GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER Brodhead I - d, ORDER FOR ELECTION To For Turnpikes :obc$Gc super-abundanc- THE HOG CHOLERA SCOURGE OF manu-actorie- com-plete'th- e to-w- it, Dr. Hess Stock Tonic Dr. Hess Dip and Disinfectant 5ib PaU.......$l.o. - JONASMcKENZIE, I dealer MT. VERNON, KY i I . -- na K fi- tLj v Jt ' .3U$0 w- v1 . - i . fgr. D. C. rDKsj . WanMi KiMMBiUl aoaaiifi&ii '..,-w- - ,vr- - ' Tfr--l; S.T , ''' awaWiEHi .. cr ,"- - MT. VERNON GRADED Poynter spent Tuesday in SCHOOL. Louisville, very We wish to take this opportunity Mt. Veknon, Ky., Get. 18, 1912 Miss Sallie Reynolds is Mrs. sick at the home of Iter sister, to thank the good women of our E. R Gentry. little town for the splendid dinner Coll ap ' No. 79 wtaen you waQ Ito Communis Mr. James Maret was in Louis- which they served at the school cote with SIGNAL ' ville the representative of Landrum building Saturday also to thank spend your need Brown Memorial for the interei-- t Couucil No. 69. Mrs. Anna Miller and Miss she showed us and for the aid she hard-earn- ed money for Alza Thompson were in Louisville gave us. The basket ball game was shopping this week. railway tickets to interesting and exciting thruout Louisvillc & Nashville R. R. Co. Atty. J. W. Brown and S. C. Franklin attended the Grand altho, Brodhead had no showing at Louisville or any other " any stage of the game. The final " TIME TABLE. 5M'&. T Lodge of Kentucky Masons. W 1 1A A "? ? ! XvY.rX score was 21 to 1 in favor of Mt. .4.46 p m 22 uortn J. C. Moore left Monday for his Vernon Graded School. city to buy your We are 24 north 3:53 a m home in Illinois. He will return A- ksi M 11:38 a ro n a week and bring his wife with very much encouraged over the 33 south farst victory and expect to have 2fi South 12:19 a m him. ; W'V n VAX is cn splendid year. a Later we will Tas. Landrum, Agent. Mesdames W. J. Sparks and give out a schedule of the games Phone No. 8. Fanny Adams are in Louisville at- for the year. We expect games ;r tending the Sunday School Con- with London, Corbin, Berea, at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice Entered vention mail matter. as second-clas- s Richmond, Stanford and Brodhead. ev. G S Watson, High Priest, The girls are being trained daily It f1 ilr-- l of Mt. Vernon Chapter No. 140, and will be in form soon. PERSONAL " 1 I IW M wt$l K'Mw I represented that body at the Mrs. tMsnoacK has a class in Atty. S. D. Lewis was in Louis- Graud Chapter. sewing on Saturday afternoon of ville Wednesday. each week. Several are taking LOCAL John E. Taylor is here from St. advantage of this opportunity. Louis on business. Ladies Suits at prices to suit Others may join. It is free to all Lloyd Maret was telegraphing you at Fish's. pupils. Mothers see that your you can find a complete all last week. children are members. in Stanford Classes Ladies Rain Coats up to $15 and will be started in Manual Training assortment of all colors, styles and Geneva Ballard has been lew as Little wont allow a suit of Clothes 3.50 at Sutton & McBeeV. and Domestic Science soon. very sick for few days. Dr. M. W. Phillips, of Stanford, These will be free and will meet sizes Mrs. Willis McKenzie has been a perfect to leave our store unless and Miss Fannie Redd, of Crab on Saturday. very sick for few days. Orchard, were married on the 10th. fit in every point of fine tailoring Our present enrollment is about Mrs. S. C. Davis still remains Buster Brown Shoes for boy for two hundred seventy. Eight new in a very serious condition . pupils came in Monday. We girl best school shoe in town at, Lum Riramel, of near Conway, expect to reach three hundred Sutton & McBee's. towards you or going from this is on the sick list this week. store you will find twenty-fiv- e this year. Martha Griffin, age 13 years, W. Brown was in Mrs. J. who wears our clothes you a daughter of Geo. Griffin, of near Ladies Coats and $7 Louisville during the week. W. M. BULLOCK SPEAKS FOR Hill, died of tvphoid fever. Green well-dress- ed will be pointed as a Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Albright GOOD ROADS. $.15 some stores sell much Men, women and children's in Louisville this week. were Dear Editor: union cuits or anything in the Joe Brown, of the Poplar Grove I feel constrained to say somehigher prices section, was in town this week. . underwear line at. thing to the good people of RockSutton & McBee's J. W. Van Winkle was with his castle county and the readers of you .to. We VV e make a; specialty of fitting' men Dave Jackson the retiring Grand ; tne Signal in reeard to the eood and sister in Louisville. brother Mrs. A. G. Lo veil and daughter, Manter, of Masons cf Kentucky roads movement. Now. I am for see these before who are hard to fit, and we'll guarMiss Marguerite, are in Louis- was elected Grand secretary at the good roads and the bond issue to meeting in Louisville this week. build them, becanse it is the only ville. us next time antee to fit you you buy The International convention of way to get roads. I will try to W. H. Fish attended the Sunday School Convention in Louis- the Disciples of Christ held in tell you in a few words whyl a'm Louisville this week was attended for good roads. I think we are' as ville. Neal Parrett wife ind little by delegates from nearly every much entitled to them as we are the gold paved streets above and FOR THE SIGN daughter are in Cincinnati this country in the world. Telephone No. 27 as responsible if we fail to get OF THE FISH tveek. Spectacle and nose glasses them. Without the effort we Mrs. VV. H. Baker and daughter fitted while you wait, at are sure in both casestofail. Now Maytne, were in Louisville first of living rates by S. C. Franklin at dear taxpayer before you cast'your the week. new Main Street shop, Mt. Vernon, vote agaiust this issue, think how Express on $5 Orders J 00 Miles Fill Mail Orders Promptly and it J. A. Wood the prosperous next door to Jonas McKenzie. adv2t little it will cost you and what, a Conway merchant, was in town l 'You are not experimenting on The Rev. Z. J. Amerson , State relief it will be when the burden ROCKCASTLE COUNTY during the week. yourself when you take Chamber-ain'-s evangelist closed a two weeks is lifted from the poor poll tax ' COURT. Cough remedy for a cold as little Mrs. James Griffin and meeting at Oak Hill Snnday with payer and the man who by reason Sept. Term Sept. 23rd. 1912. that preparation has won its great daughter, Lillian, were in Louis Twenty-on- e of the of his .six days wor,c on the road 24 additions. Whereas on the 26th day of reputation and extensive sale by first of week. number were by confessions and pays the largest road tax of any Aug." 1912 a petition was filed in its remarkable cures of colds, and can always be depended upon. other class of people in the county George Keynolds, L. & N. car three by letter. the office of the County Court It is equally valuable lor ad ts Nearly every man says give us inspector, of Corbin, was here be Gov. J. C. W. Beckham will good roads aud if you waut good of Rockcastle County, signed by 20 and children and may be given r this week. tween trains Magisterial voung children with implicit con legal, voters of the-tW. N. Thompson, of near town speak upon the issues of the day roads, you are certainly not voting Dis. of said County asking a sub- fideucc as it cbntains no harmful is in Liucoln county this week in Mt. Vernon at i o'clock p. m. what you preach, if you vote mission of the question whether drug. Sold by Chas. C. Davis. Tuesday, October 22nd. 1912. against the Bond Issue. laking care of his corn crop. any specie thereof shall are showing the best line Come one, Come all. The ladies Now my friend tax paver, if we cattle or Our local telephone exchange Kanacmitm f.r Tun, at- larcr in Mrs. Alfred Wallin, of Danville re .espachllv 'nvitel. issue a new directory next don't vote' for the bond issue. I of ever brought Ky.. is with her brothers, Dr. and 01 snia feel like we have not voted our saia Magisterial uistnci week. Notify manager if you are W. A. B. Dsvis this week. The report from all over the It is now ordered by , going to have a fone installed soon, to Livingston Let us will, for our will is for good road. Counjy. he Court that a , poll .be opened at so your name may be included Mrs. Sarah Weber and daughter county show noted, improvement aud it we fail to vote in .that way the show you before you make your Mrs. S. D. Lewis are in Louis- in relation'to the gooi road move. almighty dollar in view must have ach of the voting precincts in said the book. fall purchases ville this week vifciting Dr. Harry Voters are telephoning, writing swung us to the left on the issue. Magisterial District on the 5th. have everyand coming into headquarters to My day of Nov. 1912 for the purpose Biliousness is due to a disordered Weber. dear friend poll tax payers; thing for the 'home from . ChamMr. and Mrs. Graves and brother offer what ever assistance possible Iicts. to 45 cts. tax payer, who of ascertaining the will of the condition of the stoma-hupon the berlain's Tablets are essentially a basement to the attic. Willis Johnson, are in Louisville to promote this great move. are more benefitted than any body voters of said District stomach medicine, intended esquestion whether or not cattle or "jthfsweek attending the Masonic pecially to act on that organ, Good Road speakers have been and who counts in number 2i8a any specie tuereoi snail be per- fneeting. day and night for the past persons, who as a whole would mitted to run at hrge in said to cleanse it, strengthen it, tone going Mrs. Bessie McClure is spending ten days and from every section only pay $390.94 tax and to value and invigorate it, to regulate the t few days with her sister, Miss comes most flsttering reports ex- six days work each year at $1.00 District. liver and to banish biliousness a L. W. Betiiu .ail, 1. R. C. O. positively aud 'effectually. For very sick cept one precinct that of Brodhead, each, makes a total of $13,134(00 Sallie Reynolds, who is Copy Att. sale by Chas. C. Davis. , at this writing. where the sentiment is very strong that this same class o people pay C. R C.C. S. F. Bowlv 4t L. D. Taylor is holding down against the Bond issue. A poll road tax. Now can you stand for Solomon says that the borrower No, 1 see that we are telephone office while the Manager of the county has iust been com that? Rev. J. W. Lee, fif Johaetta, has is servant unto the lender. If this Maret is attending Grand Lodge pleted which shows conclusively benefitted and I believed that our not been favorable to ths; bond applies to .one who borrows ideas in Louisville. that the bond issue is going to people will see it that way on issue, has, after yiwog tin matter says The Commoner, Mr. RooseYours for good roads John Savers, a leading ci'fcen pgrrv aud by a good safe majority. Oct. 26 velt does not recognize the obligaproper study, cann mit W. M.BuLtOCK. of the west end, aud Mrs. Bayers However we want to urge upon all tion, for he has not only borrowed advocate o the prop were in town this week with Mr, good road advocates to keep up Many others are g the light from the Democratic party as few the faght, don't gefc over confident ORDER ROCKCASTLE... CO., after investigating. and Mrs. Riddle. public men have borrowed from an Ohas. C. Davis was in Pine Hill and lose any ground that has COURT Sept. Term Sept 23, igi2 opposing party, but he has shown ii Vj. &ep on Whereas on the 6th. dav of Wednesday hand aireauy Depn won. SAVED LEG UF BOY. .and Livingston himself strangely ungrateful for Of course, it ing out the good road "dope" of fighting till the last and victory if; Sept. 1912 a petition was filed in year old the ideas taken. "It" seemed that, ray just as certain as that .the day the ofttce of the County' Court bov would have to lo-- e 14 leg, on will not be contended that au- idea is "chock" full. whicn he his Clerk of Rockcastle County signed account of an faglv ulcer, caused can 'be patented it is the only Brown, of the Walnut follows the night. J, Thomas wrote D. F. thing ,in fact that is no t subject to' by 20 lejral voters of the voting by a bad bruise,' Grove section, father of W. H. "All monopoly. Attempt to assinate precinct of" Rockcastle County Howard, Aquone, N. 0. Even Mr. Perkins, Brown, left Saturday for a visit :emedies and dodtors treatment Theadore Roosevelt on leaving his asking a submission of the question with his son and brother in Iowa. we failed tried Buckien's with all his fondness for the trust hotel at Milwaukee, Monday night, whether cattle or any specie thereof Arnica till Salve, and. cured him with would not contend that a monopoly Dick Moore of tbs Livingston for the auditorium where he was to shall be permitted to run at large one box. "Cures burns, boiLs in ideas could be formed and made partof the county says the bond speak at 8 o'clock just after taking in said 4th voting precinct of said skin eruption, piles. 25 cents at subject to regulation by a bureau issue ritt carry and is very enChas. C Davis'. in the automobile which county. It is now ordered by the bis seat appointed by the president. Mr. thusiastic over thfi present situwas to take them safely through court that a poll be opened in Roosevelt, however, has won his ation. VOTE hVR the anxious crpwd. There rang the voting precinct at the general by the advocacy of Misses Jagte and Katie Parsons, out with loud report the shot from election to be held in said precinct Hth: ts ureviously advocated by two of Buckeye section's most at a would-b- e atjsasin by tfre name of on the 5th day of Nov. 19I2 for the Democrats, and still he is all arrived a full and complete line of Ladies', t tractive young ladies haye re- Schrauk as the ex president raised the purpose of ascertaining the caudidute from 11th DstrL-- tl.e while - assailing the Demccrats turned from a pleasant visit toj to recognize the many cheers, from wilj. of the voters best line of said precinct bitterly and has shown toward Misses and Children's CloaKs Crab Orchard and Rowland. the wailing crowd. It was thought upon the question whether or not OTl' them a hostility that; is hard to ever shown in Brodhead; See .before Misses Clyde Watson and Minnie for some timp by those who wer pattle or any specie thereof shall PROGKE-SSIVPARTY explain. Gentry, and Professors, Likens and in the immediate crowd with Mr. be permitted to fun at large irj you buy ;. . faculty of the Brodhead Roosevelt, that tbebullit ba missed said ppecinpt. Teuton, The best plaster. A piece of Graded School, were among those him, and it was after some of bis l. v, BtfrauRUtf , j. 'r. c. e;' . FORTUNES IN. FACESin flannel dampened with Chambermen should examine our line of Becktey.attending the teacher's association friends noticed a whole in his over- Copy Att , often much truth the lain's Liniment and bound on r fortune" McClure wuiiu-uca- ta frere Saturday. . coat that Mr Roosevelt himself S. F. Bowman, c. R. pp" saying "her f acai5J or but it is never said otvhen pimples, over the affected parts is superior Deputy Sheriffs Mullins and knew of bis wound in the right Sept. 28-4skin 'eruptions, blotches, or other to a plaster and costs only one .Ortfiin have returned from Lex- - brekst.. It is regretted by everyone uiemisnes aisngure iu. impure "tenth a much. For sale by ": , Chas. G. Davis.' 4ngtoB wbera they went this week that such dastardly ddsds can ..L.- &N. watch inspector,' S. 0. blood is back of them all, and ' ,. with Roy Bundy and James and be perpetrated by a sneak like iraniciin, at nis new Main street' 'shows 4be need bf Dr. Kings . They promote "Henry Dalton, of Orlando, to Schauk. It is hoped by all that hoP Mt. Vernon, ivill sell you New Life Pills. ' he wilf immediately recover. any of health and beauty. Try them. FOR FLETCHER'S J ?' standard, makes of ' lace them iq the reform school. KY. ; WtchfilwdYeyoU-raduey4""BM . tidvat j?T hAI tA MT. VERNON SIGNAL 9 79 IF ITS NOT A FIT IT'S NOT FIT 4V4 YOU not i a trVWy ter srW fm $ljm t-- I 1 BUM IL V ri H r-.- li 1 In Ladies,' Misses and Ghildren's Cloaks at FISH'S When WE it's RIGHT HERE Fish's at $5, doming at man out man. that $J0 at want jSMiMSfi COATS Try scier-tifical- ly Look jpWW IHHflK Pay We 'a FURNITURE Furniture W1 We the .. E. L COCKRELL Livingston, Ky;; - r Ex-pieside- nt ppr-tt'nri'- H. SEAVY For Congress Just The them The - . , umz woinmg t; - 3 " , - .. Oliildreii Cry I ;;; -I- ; uwirmra, CASTORIA BRODHEAD,; v taj? : t t .. ar ...- i'hi itlllAJSr v1 1 ' 'jr jp &: &: . Wornin i:A- " iTlioaa.re many time, over nrn.the possession of blood cells. nvc mil- -tlmt .he normal mnc has en an is nnr mum so cuii.iui &,.-- , .. ...- :.. Jo ,. er.btc millimetre of. blooa. i 1...1 .. looks Daie " " woman oi.iy .our ...... hon-t- ho , ia nerfiQn .- TEi7-- ,, "vSI7"--tr?i- o 3t vr IftUfX'i'. u'''rr: "',;,;;. ...... .. - .disorceicd. extract of golden seal and -. - .... ; -- ; "7.Dr. it. V. -- fierce muni. v lit t.X.Wfc ,,.rrvhnrk. would hclo . .. uregun B.ui: ,t.. mi.vn'5 rn.ir 2nu di- uuruui . ,. . i:WP ill- -, nnd in INlature's owa - .u. assumption ot ie loou in the medicine hs y n.. . inu . finiiiM itfcd:cnl Discovery. , By nss.mi- . . CC1ICU . r x """" lhc svs,f ',n ,s nour,sn?u u"u food cnlIatinf; t only the cry takes or. a wdi r.d color. Nervousness is the neryesare food." ,nd of the served wrves for person oos.eswS.cn those rich red b'.- d .he Id en ."it r.r-- l is icfrcshcd in the morning. ' .'rf.lsrr.! wll a', 'ili ovpro nsrvoas disease, was caused 'S . .- -. """.,,...:" w ,ij l.-l- ).- ,iv;P s :ev S :,, ,- ,,. v..--- - Will You Spend ONE DOLLAR to Elect Wilson President? Hoyv K&fi .,,, deep is your conviction - ...-- "....!...t an.l !i .. T.c ..... (It Wfifill- inmac!i "... J.'j, Vfn'es Ml .(w. n IlVPIV .1 .iiWirdcrcsJ All rr.y trienrts Uiousnc i wouhi uiu mm. SS. J,uTn. Tenn- - !lo.itB X to try Dr. PierceA.a . . ..w l.. txt ii'uvcuiih r wo nn up. !.is mlviscd nothin.: would eiTect mucu i'i..vrv,unil tienvwichronic that f.i.l.l.n V.. to so !.,.'. t l,n and r, S 'anJi.l Jn.1..i.l)r. n.tdicino has done much for 'no iM d vie ita use as a spring tonic, nnd I ? 1. v before their I.r.Picrcc-'si'mn U. -! '- -- 7 1 ucm.-ui.jju.- 1 1 J. Dr. r.ercc's I). LlV'W.Y. Rsq. Mji!L il ,wti4v.. 31 .u. - ..1.1.1' .'.lit 1!kt ,k tu e a s Ailw7. -- : r- - ii no clianco to bo cured. lor wrapping anu mailing umy. clean hands ? How much are you in favor of a clean slate from Wilson and Marshall clear down the line to the very, smallest offices in your locality? The Democratic National Committee has every reason to believe that every progressive voter is willing to spend to elect Wilson and Marshall and their ticket. And that thousands are anxious to contribute to the Wilson Campaign Fund in $5, $10 and $20. amounts of To such we make our appeal. To such we must look for victory. that this government ought to be in new hands, in 111 sSSliy The ALCOHOL 3 PEIt CENT. AVerjelabkPrcparalwn&rAs. similalingilicFcoaandRuti-lifilite StouEicris auiBowels of lMIIV 1 IIUlii SilL I llnlfl For Infants and Children. Kind You Have III:1 fe-- -J KJSfc Always Bought Time An Important Factor This is another case where time is money. The enemy have their funds supplied instantly by the Interests. We have only a few days and contributions to be effective must be received at once. There is no question of the money of the People being able to defeat the money of the Trusts. Because it is greater even in volume and will be used in straightforward telling ways. But to be effective it must be received and used within the next few days. Quick ".cticn is absolutely necessary. Let us have your contribution or the list you make up from your friends and today if possible, tomorrow sure. ra Head a ListNFor the Fund where there are Wilson voters, take up a subscription from all of them. Place your name and the amount of your subscription at the top of the list and get the o.hers to join you. . pit ESM hcji; MWO, .1. nJjjajgMMfl? IBa ProiuolesDisfionJCheenU nessandrtesLContamsneidur OpiunuMGrplune ncrJliacrd Bears the Signature of Jv TI If you know several Wilson voters, or work in a place AAt vt llr n I UHOB TAK Our line, of Couch 8 Not Narcotic. jRKijxcfOUIkSS-TELHnM- l Oabkets is unt'xcellei.l lluiid-niacl- e ffi ,V sfllfv Plume 1M Colli nsfurnislied Chairman Finance Committee, Democratic National Committee, 900 Michigan Avenue, Chicago, 111. This is the most helpful work you, as an individual, can do for clean government next to casting our ballot for Wilson and Marshall on November Stli. Mention the name of this paper on your list. Then mail the list and contributions to C. R. Crane, Vice Jhrpka Seed" JhzXojta JlilseSai A' JuCaric,iciSjx h'vnSitd' WZtjiainaKT. ?. In Ilonrst sent to all parts of All ord2rs by Wire Promptly Filled if i nu viiiiiiiiy How to Contribute to the Wilson CM A.' Aperfecl Remedy for ConsRp How Your Money Will Be Spent the time or disposition to talk about himself. Wood row Wilson, our standard bearer, has never had you give. irn ,Ni sao:,u FOrv? Worras.Convalsions.Fnili: t Ion , Sour StoraacIt.Dlaniioa Sleep. EiEss amlLoss TicScs!.! Stgatrcrc of Use or Over liirty Years Campaign Fund Sign the Coupon in this corner and fill in the amount Then attach your Money to ibis Coupon and mail today to the address given on the Coupon. of S.c aw. '' "IS S WWi? AIT. VKRXON, KY a: Yesterday To-morro- w TO-DAY w to-da- Tc-da- y He has never used spectacular methods to place himself in the spotlight. His greatest work has been done without ostentation, in the most expeditious, dignified manner. The great mass of voters do not know what a really great man Wilson is. They do not know all he has done. They do not understand all the features of bis platform. We must tell them. To educate this great nation of voters, especially the clear thinking Independent Democrats, Republicans and Progressives who choose their leader on his merits, means the expenditure of a vast amount of money. We propose to use your dollars in just this way judiciously, and without a penny frittered away for an unnecessary item. We know you have confidence we will do this thing and successfully. u- Issue all checks, money orders and address all contributions to C. R. Crane, Vice Chairman Finance Committee Democratic National Committee, 900 Mich9 Igan Avenue, Chicago, III.Then write a letter to this newspaper giving your name - ms u Xfc2u aeSStf lUX. CKHTAUIt CoMT.WCr, NEW YOKK. as a contributor and stating your reasons why you believe Woodrow Wilson should be elected President of the United States. In this way you will be listed as a Wilson contributor. A Souvenir Receipt, handsomely lithographed, well worth framing, will be sent to you. Your letter will i igm Guaranteed underthc tot .p-rir- laza Exact Copy of Wrapper. 'jimJh 31. Vy,XS3? w rc ? H I a liillU a Mi VSV tt 9 mm . THC CCHTAU.t COMPANY. NCW YORK CITY. help the fight by encouraging your friends. Do everything you can to hold up Wilson's hands in his clean campaign for the people who do the work and fighting of the country. wm VESTKRDAY in but a ilivniu. nuly a vision, woll liwd makes every yeslordav a dream of hap-piibut and every a vision uf hope. Thorefoiv brin your account, to uot yesterday nor to-da- Why the Dollar Counts In this campaign the issues lie between the forces of Representative Government and Popular Government. In Representative Government only a part of the people those with no political faith, who spend have influence fortunes in any direction where their own ends are furthered for money. In Popular Government all the people have influence, because their executives and legislators do not dare to thwart the expressed will of the people. Representative Government, as ever, this year is being supported by the money of the Interests. It is being spent lavishly to give the voters a wrong impression of Wilson. Popular Government, this year, to win, must depend on the truth being told about Wilson. We must publish his record and platform broadcast so that no one can controvert it. Your 81, your $2, your S5. your 810 or 820 will count and ount to win if spent in this work. To Woodrow Wilson Campaign Fund LOYALTY COUPON R. CRANE, Vica Chairman Finance Committee, The Democratic National Committee. 900 Michigan Avaaoa, Chicago, lllinoi. As a believer In the progressive ideals of government repreilson for President of the sented in the candidacy of Wwodrow United States, and to the end that he mar take the office freehanded, untranuneied. and obligated to none but the people of the country. 1 wUli to contribute thron:'h you the sum of $ toward the expenses of Gov. V.'iibon'b campaign. gummm ' n mimHfmnnwniiuniinnnmninmmmnK CD. y C TIIK BAN'K OF AIT. VERNON' that all your moneys will brinr you bappi-ns- , and pro&perit. and all yoar recollections of yesterdav will and all your dealings ami relations lirinr you irvji with this Bank v.U bring you rreat prosperity. Then our hope is . I MS jlL. VERM DMET $ PRACTICAL UNDERTAKERS FUNERAL DIRECTORS, 1 2 tr and THE BANK OF MT.VERNON, C RAT. C WILLIM5. Prsid-n- t. KENTUCKY W. L. RICHARDS, Cashier VERNON! Name. EMBALM KItS Mt. Vernon. Kv State. B R. F. D J. P. Endowed by g ST OUCH 5V.ETAL1CCASKETS CoffinsandRobes. g 2 2 SUSSN-Dentis- t -- & COMMISSIONER'S A SKETCH. house in Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle SALE. By Ed Houston, Plaintiff Connty, Ky., to the highest and Mary Kiixebrew Lockridge. vs- - COMMISSIONER'S SALE best bidder at public auction, on I am homesick, for 'tis Autumn ROCKCAS'J LK CIRCUIT F. L. Thompson, Gdn. Monday, the 28th day of October i?o homesick in old Kentucky. COURT,. of Elmer and Walter i912 between the hours of 9:oo U. G.. Baker's Store. Over that from the diamond sunbursts Weaver, ' Defendant a. m. and 4:oo o'clock p. m. in the jewt 1 r's windo v I urn off .Crown and Bridge Work a specialty. By virtue of a judgment and being regular county court day A. J. Haggard, Adinr. All woik guaranteed. with a sigh order of ale of the Rockcastle on a credit of six months, the of Win. M. Mink, Beartiful tht are but n t ha f Plaintiff Circuit Court, rendered at its following described real estate deceased, W. vs- - COMMISSIONER'S SALE so beautiful as the rays of light August term," 1912, I shall pro located in Rockcastle County, . fw from the dew drops, halfcrvslal-z:eceed to offer for sale at the front Kentucky, on the waters of the Jos. J. Mink, Andrew Mink, James Mink. inu hoarfrost that nature door of the Court House in Mt. East Pork of SUeggs' Creek and Alice Rash, Berky irom her jewel box di.played U Mt Vernon, Ky Vernon, Rockcastle County, Ky.. bounded as follows: Bishop, Maggie O i my childish eyes as I romped anc Bounded on the east by the ver, Martha Farris. w .... n1 nMna in trio lnte rnsidenee to the highest and best bidder, played on my way to school. Thomas Mink, and Dr. Mvers formerly occupied on Old," - public auction on Monday, the County road; on the south by the Mary Lynch, Defendants for I know Yes, I am homt-sick- , 28th day of October, 1912, be- lands of George Livesay; on the Jl aln St.,; :Mt. Vernon. By virtue of a judgment and the sumac berries are nestling n tween the hours of 9:oq. o'clock west by the lands of John ' a. m. and 4:oo o'clock p. in , be- Clontz, and on the north by the OJder of sale of the Rockcastle their setting of green and yellow C. C. ing regular" County Court day, lands of Josephine Devault, and Circuit. Court render.nl at the leave along the country read. I ATTORNEY- - AT-LAon a credit of six months, the containing 50 acres more or less. August Term, 19i2 thereof, I ' Plumes in the milliner's displa UT. VERNON. KY. following described real estate For the purchase price the shall proceed to offer for sale at window you sqy are beautifulant JSrOFFICE. On 2cd. floor t located in Rockcastle, County Ky, purchaser muct execute ootid the front door of the court .,jry. but" they art not half s The Bank of Mt. Vernon, on Church on the waters of Negro Creek with approved surety, bearing house in Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle leautiful as the feathery branche street. Special attention given and bounded as follows: interest from day of sale until County, Ky., to the highest and ol white clematis that wung trou to collections. best bidder, at public auction on branches of the now brown boi.-, Beginning at a poplar on the paid and having the forde and Phone No. 80. Monday the 20th. day of October d'i.rcd hedge, and tempted ni west side of farm, corner of Joe o7ect of a judgment. Bidders Purcell; thence an east course must be prepared to comply 1912, between the hours of 9:oo c.ildish feet into, dangerous places a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m., being J.C-McCLARwith his line to Butcher's line; with these terms. Talk to me not of brocades and Y regular county court day, on a i e marvelous compositions of the thence south to a hickory and G. S. Griffin, credit of six months, the followUNDERTAKER and EMBALMER chestnut: thence east course to wr's atid weaver's art; forl-aMas tar Commissioner. ing desceibed real estate located Houk's line; thence his line to a inking of the gorgeous brocade Rockcastle Circuit Court, in Rockcastle, County, Kentucky black gum; thence crossing the lure showed me when autumn & nd bounded and described as railroad to a branch, Carter's uds scattered with lavish hand SAVED BY HIS WIFE ollows: line to John Winkler's corner; ves ol crimsi n and gold ou She's a wise woman who knows Beginning at a stake at the . ikgrouud of .'oft blue grass. lMk thence a straight line wiih bis to jiut'what to do when her husband's . . i&H .. c .1 cl! .it e .. Cummin's Iin; thence his line Ijfe is in danger, but Mrs R I 11UUI section 01 inu otiynti o homesick for the sight i ot to the beginning, containing 80 Flint, Braintree. Vt., is of that .of co acres suvey with Koberts . 'nieurod and iron weed as they kind. "She insisted on ur 200 acres survey: thence with acres, more or less wave along the curves and corn- Dr. King's New Discovery" the Roberts line N. 59 W 03 Only a twenty-on- e JiT.riforri. fourth inter- writes Mr. F. "for a dreadful trs ol the old rail fences. No est owned by Elmer and Walter cough, when 1 was so weak my poles to a cut down white o k painter has tvtr blended colo s in Weaver will be sold. friends all thought I had only a and dogwood, his corner; thenc ; rmony sopifect as the ye low time to live, and it com another line to his S 7U W 0 For the purchase price the .id purple of those simple flowers purchaser must execute bond pletelv cured me." A quick cure poles to a stake at the intersect s they g'Ow bj the for coughs and colds, it's the most ion of Roberts' line with the with approved suetv, bearing: I know the gray, green mulleu sale and reliable medicine for line of Wm Fish's loo acrn stalks, like soldiers, are standing I ftai 9biiiiiiiiiiiiiHjvi-- interest irom day of sale until! many throat and lung trouble prid and having J)e force and grip, bronchitis, croup, whoop-effe- survey, now Mrs. Lewis's; thence stately and ta'l along the "big d9 flH rBiiiiH9 tonsilitis, with her line N 36 E 113 poles, to road" for now. there is 1.0 of a judgment Bidders i"g cough, quinsy, jhem down childish hand must be prepared to comply with hemorrhages. A Xml will con- - a stake on a cliff, her corners to test his love. ' 00 cts. and S1.00 with pointers; thence with another vince you. these lerms. Oh! if I could hear ogee again Guaranteed by Chas. C. Davis. line to hers N 46 W 95 poles t G S. Griffin, bright-eyehe patter of the a sarvis and stone on a beec Master Commissioner, as they scamper the dead corner of Osborne Smith's place jartridge Rockcastle Circuit Court leaves. his line.S 5.3 E 25I poles to an brown I - MountVernon Monumental ' From bisque and bronze stat ue ash on a branch, Smith's corner .For Infants and Children. turn away, for to my homesick MASTER- - COMMISSIONER'S aud corner of Stigall's 75 acre ey es the nimble squirrel turning r r The Kind' Ypu Have Always Bought SAIiE. tract; thence with his line S 75 the full fat nut in its furry little 1 acre tract; Whence with his line paws would be more beautiful than Bears the of anu Signature of S 75 W 95 poles to the beginning any statue man's band could 'ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT DEALER n Marbles and containing 71 acres, more or less fashion. COURT. Yes. I am homestcjc, and you Granite Monuments of all For the, purchase price the Up: A deep red cow ask what remedy to bring? Taken Estimates furnished vkinds. purchaser must execute bond Remedy to heal- - there is none, Josephine Devault, Plaintiff came to my place Saturday Sept. with approved surety, Rearing on application. Let me close my eye s save this: 'vs- - COMMISSIONER'S SALE 28th - Part of tail gone and dry. interest from day of sale until .nd drift' far, far, away into old ' GEO. OWENS Propr, . I live about one mile below the paid anld having the force and Kentucky and memory's land; 7."A. Stokes and Pone 112 Margarelj Stokes, Defendant ford ol Copper Creek. effect of a judgment. Bidders then by and by Dutyof will come, her hand one touch Moberly. J. J, By virtue of a iudgment and must be prepared to comply with and with will shatter the picture and I ct 4"t- Brodhead, Ky. these terms. order of sale of the Rockcastle r will come back from home and Circuit Court rendered at the G. S. Griffin, By permission of the dreams. , August Tem, 1912 thereof, I Bohemiau, Kentucky Place. Master Commissioner, FOR FLETCHER'S , FIR FLETCHER'S .Rockcastle Circuit Court, ffortworth Texas. shall proceed to offer for sale at I TvO, KOL'KCASTLE COURT. circuit the front door of the court house MASTER Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of ZZZ work for the company. SrOrders by wire promptly tilled. Hearse sent to all points Office Mt. Vernon Monumental Building ; S GEORGE OWENS, Manager 112 PIIOXE Hliliililillllliillliliilllilillililllilliilillliiillilliiliiiililllillill T. FRANG5S, .&. Dentist - d Don't Suffer! had been troubled, a little, for nearly 7 years," writes Mrs. L. Fincher, in a letter from Peavy, Ala., "but I was not taken down, until March, when I went to bed and bad to have a doctor. Ha did all he could for me, but I got no better. I hurt all over, and I could not rest At last, I tried Cardui, and soon I began to improve. Now I am In very good health, and able to do all my housework." "I Williams, QKJl .. The I WomarfcTonic scie-ntifi- You may wonder why Cardui is so successful, after other remedies have failed. The answer is that Cardui is c ingredients, successful, because it is composed of that act curatively on the womanly system. It is a medicine for women, and for women only. It builds, strengthens, and restores weak and ailing women, to health and happiness. If you suffer like Mrs. Fincher did, take Cardui. It will surely do for you, what it did for her. At all druggists. Write to: Ladies' Advisonr Dept. Qxtftanooca .Medicine Co.. Cbattanooca. Term.. book; "Home Treatment for Women." sent free. 60 for Special Instructions, and gc 'ifS 7lllBi iut-11- SE3to Kv. u.-in- I ct - to'-ben- d I I 1 cms. tv DAVIS. THE DRUGGIST SAYS . d CASTOR A . -- -- 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 this nation ot ours can take $8,000,000 -- that's capital and an ounce and a quartea of gold and stamp upon it an Eagle-bir- d t's money and some of our and make it worth yoeng ladies will buy a hat for $1.25 bnt prefere one that t's foolishness. I might sign my name to a cost 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. nonsense-tr- y serveyou as well as Chink me. $20.-tha$35.-thabut-tha- Vs Yours truly C- - C, DAVIS, Mt. PHOXE No. 39 t Vernon, Ky. Children Cry C A SJTIO R A I Chldrn Cry RA OAS zDte&x .j: 'Z& w -