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LETEL GUEEN. IT TAKES A 1 The meetiug that was being con- ducted at Friendship by Rev. John 1i , StafrJi Wj r 5 Ware closed last Sunday. -- R. B. Hatcher, of Corbin spent last week with his mother here. Mr. and Mrs J. L. Hasty visited their daughter, Mrs. Sam McWilliams, 1 of near Bae Lick last Wednesday. George Isaacs spent Sunday with his brother Ihe Dr. here and a TT6 RMPU VW&SMdrJV A7. M&iU !! iftlffiaLJWVWISS. T -was a:cotnpeiiied home by little Elizabeth. T. J. Brown; of Somerset, spent Sunday with bis mother here I&iK3yHlMEAinKEDi3RIPfi 3 Mr. ra1lf W I fill m IHmSm R I and Mrs. D. R. Gentry, of Quail, visited relatives here last Satu.-danights Mr. and Mrs. G W. Shells are the proud parents of their iirst born, a girl. Miss Ora Poynter who has been with her sister, Audry, two months has returned home. Mr. and Mrs Eugene McWilliams and children spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Hatcher. W. T. Todd, of remember this when you Mt, Vernon, was in this part last to make sure of all-woweek. Mrs. Jeff Price spent the ol clothes: Cotton mixtures are so skillfully latter part of the week with her made now-a-da- ys even an expert eye cannot distinguish sister, Mrs Chas. Vanhook.-Litt- le Gladys Price has been suffering them from all-wo- ol cloth cotton is so cleverly woven for the past week with tonsilitis. the wool the only absolutely sure way of detecting Dr. and Mrs. G. B. Lawrence spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. its presence its presence is by a chemical tesf W. H. Brown. Several'from here were in Mt. Vernon Tuesday to This test consists of dipping a piece of getting clothes if they bear hear J. C. W. Beckham speak. cloth into a boiling solution of caustic the Clothcraft label . Elisha Bullock, the drummer, was potash, which completely dissolves the . . Every Clothcraft suit or overcoat in this .part last week. Little wool and leaves the cotton intact, if present, is guaranteed all wool . This guarMiss Zula Catron after spending antee found in the inside pocket of two weeks with her cousin Jewell. Every piece of cloth used in Clothcraft every Clothcraft coat also insures DeBord has returned home. Mrs. Clothes must be able to withstand this lasting shape, satisfactory wear and Jonas Pitman who has been sick searching chemical test.. Therefore, you service. At Clothcraft prices-$- 10 for some time remains in very can know positively that you are really to $25 can you ask for more? pior health, her daughted is also in a very critical condition. E. B. Thompson was with homefolks last week. III Good Shoe To Girdle the Globe The people of all civilized nations have come to know such a Hioe lv name The Walk-OvCall to day and see the new styles er MM J3l ifi HBte vrausHBftsHarHarai Prices L Q 50 .a tsI pL WJ Jit kesr sm r LJ.. CJmi -- i i Hfl in dismal forest, and leap from crag to crag, while philanthropy and Christianity travel upon beautiCorn cutting is all over with hi this vicinity. Hugh Ltnville, son ful highways, where the bright ofW. M. Linville, is getting along sunshine has kissed the sparkling s from the grass and nicely. Joe Croucher. and Lee floweth, and happiness and prosMcGuire, of Richmond were visitin? in this nart Saturday and perity abound. While this ppporbunday. Henry Bowman and witei tunity may pass forever, may the Dcoplo of my home county, -think and Robtrt Bowraau and wife were! . anu act intelligently, and vote tor visiting at W. T. Linville's the bond lhbue to make good roads and in no wise can they ever Isaac Martin is drilling a well' Yours, for his father. J. T. Martin. T ireret it. . E. J. Brown. M. Ogg and family, Mioses Ora Carpenter, Violet and Sallie Ogg COVE and Egbert. Anderson, of Berea, R00KF0RD. dew-drop- y $450 jjljpjg All Selby SS8IS For Women Because Selby-- have the style, quantity and comfort, that women of today demand in Shoes. Silby are style leaders in all fashion centers. Wool in Clothcraft Proved by want Test JUST that The with that CO50 TO I S u' all-wo- ol a $350 SrCi?V visited them and reported a nice time. Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Bullen left Tuesdny for Illinois to make their home. Mama Todd is very-il- l at this tin.e. Dalt Waddle, oi Hamilton. O., is visiting homefolks in this part. L. and B. E. Martin Sunday eve mother, Mrs. Eliza P. Little Georgje Toda, son of C. .Cooks L Cook, at this place. . ,. H. Todd is visiting his grand-- 1 i tx ,f. &ow .UUhbJU UHU1 auu xv.l( parents, daddie aud mama Todd Shepherd took dinner with Mias this week. Helen Hackney Sunday. Mr. and Well we people of this part Mrs. John Tredway, of Pine Hill, haven't been bothered with Mr. visited relatives at this place Sun-- d Jack Froit any yet The I. O. iy. Mr. and Mrs. George Par ret I O. F. Lodge oi Berea had a supper spent Saturday night and Sunday Saturday night and speaking by with Mr. and Mrs. Flinri Parrett. O. P. Jackson and others. Some Emery Eageu's dwelling house of the Brothers in this Dart ! at Orlando, was burned with all until Monday. Conard Curisman (Sunday. Mr. and it Mrs. Jarvis and Luther Ogg were visiting C. Cook, of Blanche, are ,7 , .. .....v. .1..., .n ,c Mill vjuu.j,., BirMl. f f. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Cauneld, of were the guests of Mr. '...Vernon Ohio .and Mrs. C. M Canfie d and Mrs. J. w. Riddle Saturday of Berea, were visiting Mr. and, n,gut and Suudny Miss Oaie s Huktt from Saturday Silvers visited friends TT." , Pme Hill " ... Mrs-Jame- ... 1 ... u nsiting ...., DR. E. J. BROWN SPEAKS FOR SunJ.ay. THE BOND ISSUE. Dt-a- r Mr. Eagen and family were not at home. The infant of Mr. and Mr. Henry Treadway has been very sick but is much better at this writing. Ha mm Dalton, of Conway, visited his daughter, Mrs. Jack Treadway, at this 'place its contents Sunday night. Men's Men's IN.THE DISTRICT COURT OF Editor: THE UNITED STATES Having eagerly watched the fight in Rockcastle, lor good roads and XL' my intense desire to see it vic For the Eastern District OF' BROWN MEMORIAL. SCHOOI torious, causes .me to break the Kentucky. silence.' What motive could I, x--' In Bankruptcy. JL-Mr. and Mrs. Lemons, of Liv- Judge Williams, Judge Bethurum, J t ingston have been recent visitors or Dr. Childress or any other icitizen have except In the matter at the dormitory where they have of 1 A Bankrupt placed their daughter. Elizabeth, the betterment of our dear old Samuel Miller, home county? It is to the interest far the school year. On thii7 day cf'Oct. A. D., Recently the girls went to of every citizen, regardless of 1912, on considering the petition chestnut ridge on an all day picnic position in life, to be for good of the hforeseid bankrupt for disand chestnut huut. Another ev. roads. It is the opportunity ot charge, filed on the 17th. day of they ate their supper in tl. his life for the man on whom good Oct. A. D. BKODHEAD. 19 12, it is ordered by woods upon the hill behind tht fortune has smiled, to farther ad- the court that a hearing be had vance his prosperity, help to upon the same on Miss Mary Adams, of Crab Or. dormito v. the 26 day of Mary Mae Lathim and Sallie build the mo.als, intellect and re- Nov. A. D. Orchard, is with her parents, Mr. 19 12, before said court and build at Covington in said and Mrs Smith Adams, of near Stewart spent the week end at ligion of district at a lasting monument to the future this place. Mr. and Mrs. B. M. their homes. 10 o'clock, in the forenoon, or The second and third year High generations to follow. I will as near thereto as practicable, and Pike and daughter, Miss Eoberts, returned'to their home in Freder School girls Rae Hunt, Bertha frankly admit, I am prejudist in that notice thereof be published ick. Okla., after spending several Litton, Mattie Huff, Elizabeth wanting to see the old county in The Mt. Vernon Strnat weeks with the Kev. A. J, Pike, Gentry and Winnie Hinkle pre- climb to the top morally, socially I a newspaper punted in said district pared and served six o'clock dinner intellectually and religiously b.Q and all lcnown creditors and other ana other relatives near here . Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Montgomery, on Tuesday evening. Covers were cause I care not where I live or persons in interest may appear at die it is my home. What are its saia. time and place and show grand parents of Mrs. T. H. laid for nine. a and Qause, if any they haTe, why the Mr. W. B. Adams, Auditor of possibilities commercially Likins, returned to their home in r rilTSii Caneyville, Ky., afcter spending a the Board ofHome Missions, is a Qtbei'wi&e? Its valleys and table- prayer of said petitioner should lands are fertile and productive. not be granted. few days here last week. Mrs. guest at. the dormitory. President Acheson, of Ooldwell Its forests abound in va uable tim M, E. Wilmott is very low and not Witness the honorable A. M. College visjtelkthe school last, bers. Its hills are bursting with J Cochran, Judge of said Court expected to live but a few days. Wajtey Robins was in Mt. VernpQ Week and gave a most interesting Ncoal, valuable stone, and probably and the seal thereof, at London in other and many valuable minerals said district, on the last Friday. Mr. .n 1 Mrs W. J. talk at chapel. 17th. day ot The Rev. Mr, Bvers. of Hyden, only awaiting valuable develop Oct. A. D. 19 1 2. Owens were the guests of Mrs. G. F. Sutton of Mt. Vernon, last Sat- Ky., held the undivided attention ment. She has within her borders J . W. Menzies, Clerk.-B- y urday and Sunday Mrs. Jennie of the school on Tuesday morning ag noble people as live. You must Geo. C. Moore, D C. invite citizenship acd capital to He spoke .ot SQtne peculiar Brown is here from Louisville this when resources of SAVED LEG OF BOY. L- Tharp was up from Japanese customs observed duping develop these vast week. H. wealth. Voters remember that no Junction Citvlast Sunday. Miss his thjee yea.rs residence in Japan. "It seemed that my Miss Irene Voght, of Louisville, stream can rise above its fountain bov would have to lose his leg, on Mattie 0vens left Tuesday for a' weeks' visits of friends and rela- who has been the guest of Miss head, it is just as impossible for account of an uglv ulcer, caused and Shirts, full Iineof Ladies' and Children's Hose, tives in Junction City, Danville Robertson, concluded her visit a county to rise above its avenues by a bad bruise," wrote "D. F? Howard, Aquone, N. C. "All of intercourse. and Ladies' Handkerchiefs Big Bargain in Towels and and Louisville. Quite a number Monday. Kjmedies and dodtors treatman, Good roads will open fields of Misses McCord, AYatson and ac Mt. Vtr-no-.3 Lineni Clocks, Umbrellas, Ladies' Skirts; Ready-mad- e Sheets, big bar- attended the speaking Hon. J. C Rowlee attended the Teacher's weaisu, give employment 10 ine failed till we andtried Bucklen's r" Tuesday", by the rnrpH.him Sialve. Jt.h Arni gain in .School Bags, half regular price. W. Beckham. John H. Johnson, Association at Pine Hill Saturday. laboter, uudreamed of by the most one box. "Cures burns, boils and sin skin eruption, piles. 25 cents, at Avarice optomistic. The basket Overalls, Composition Books, Suspenders, and Neck--' who3 lived near Ottawa, was killed reorganized ball teams have been travel rough and unbroken paths, ' Chas. C. Davis'. and are beginning by train in Louisville yards last Friday, where- he was employed. pi actice. wear half regular price , He was brought home Friday One class in the Domestic Sci.r-night. Givens Carson, a son of ence Department has taken up fy. A. Carson, who has been with House of Stone or ; his aunt m Guthrie, Okla , for the the subject of manicuring and has It is not s apt to burn. ". Repairs cost less. Cooler rn summer. past year returned ho'the the first fitted up a, parlor on the second Insurance costs less. Painting cbsts less. Warmer in wintsr. of the week John Rbbijis spent, floor for its work. Does not depreciate in value- Your property is always worth more. from Saturday until Monday with Costs very little more than frame huilritn$ when you build with the A. Mps. Robins, in Pineville,' it the WINCHESTER GRANITE BRICK. Ask us foe prices. home of Rev. W. D. Gibbs. OTTAWA. Mrs died Gome and see Goods and get Prices trouble to show the home Hattie Burton section at her The Sunday school at Union in the Hiatt Tup Everything marked in plain figures sale will be on for day ot last week.' She-i- snrvh l Rijjre is progressing nicely. by a'sou and a numbSbof rt igh Sorfciim making is the order of days fail to get Selection ers. P. C. Henry, tKuUteM-jjthe- day. A large, crowd went laid out aud sold what section to Mt Vernon from this us, tue nenry addition, wawBwn Tuesday to hear will find me camped in the tneiasi ot week. Beckbam speak. Mr. J. H. John-so- u IMPERISHABLE- - GIFT! BOR departed this life Oct, 18. SON-- , OR DAUGHTOlf his death was caused by .a ail road Si Is a scholarship at the "Wilbur accident in the Louisville yards. R.:Smith Business Colle MlLljes He was 39 years old. Be leaves ", ' to & lufciuu, ivy, cotlJ, 3WHVUS a wife and three children College wilt 'be an iBkflMbte mourn the loss of a devot'sd father capital, and will qualify Mgfor and husband. Be was a member a nae position, for n sn of the church at Uuion Ridge nd WNCHSTER-CRANIT- L ; i j ana innuHiHHuiL. 'Bmrim&mmatvMLi.-- mfettd by U . m way i. 1 . " mm ; ::r.:: SUTTON 1?A AJ JLj .r-4- , The Clothcraft Store r- BIG x, D Men's, -- I eeiitMa8oeeiotie: '!.i!aitii(iit!i!a!oOA .i.i.il.I.I.I.ii!!!!!::: have just received from an Auction Sale a Line. of t,(itiai(iitft J Shoes, Dry Goods, UN ERWE AR - Boys' Table n, Tablets, Traveling at Pantsand Men's Gent's - Gihg.hams,Prints& Linen Dress Goods Don't First AN UNUSUAL BARGAIN IN BUILD Your BRICK w;-- '-- .' goods' 30 No This s Yo KIRBY OLD RESTATRANT .li isSfn - Ex-Govern- or Charles Broadway Rider r v a MT. VERW0N, KY. ..-.- IK KY. wKE T'HHHH Ot 55 SH MttIC - K m - oJr,,'&3F -- -- ht. ,. - j mkmmf 'f& . . - ft lowm i f T1MH jcar r ' . u..,: fm BUDLHY. JKMluitlLHirerS .,- A . i,.'camr; swu t. rjimr mWJ8TElt,ie, RRIHK lad hJ LlV . t rfmmgpm "jr rJ" MT. VERNON SIGNAL FsidjLt, "Oct. 25, 1912 f" " '- - ..-,- m . n -- ...tr.rm... r.13t rf -- n ndlrl'.l t.J m u it. ! Vi :'"r"' Pblisfo.i every Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. WBPCRIWION ONE YEAR I '!' k. t c 1; . :? 1 Pay Only $ 1 S.OO and get a good suit. If you want an ol extra good quality suit, style and fit go to the clothes dealer who specializes all-wopar-excellence $1.00 Advertising redes made known on tpplitiiion at work for the piano given away by B. U. Audersou & Son. There "should be one hundred or more by next week. The list is as follows: Name of Contestant No. votes. Lillie Hiatt 136 4 Mattie Wilmott 4S64 Mildred Robins 1 17 Lizzie Gentry 1630 Bessie Hamlin 1175 Mary Proctor 12 5 Etta Cable 1275 Dollie Johnson 3748 field 1 m Birdsell I WAGONS eiii s OLD BY 1 1 MEMBER OP Schwab's $15 Special Ready-to-wear KENTUCKY PflESS ASSOCIATION Suits for men and young men I Eva Albright Lela Albright Lena Albright Gertrude Martin Susie Cabel Mary Leai Reca Brooks 1102 534 3338 82b?. TKS betting odds are now four to oae in favpr of Wilson and Marshall and every poll taken by the most prominent newspapers of to their points the country triuDphaar election, but these and like things should not be allowed to beget a spirit of Tha price of liberty and the price af election as well as eternal Tigilaace, combined with hard work intelligently directed, and there should be no let-u- p between aow and November on the part f Deaiocrats. The old cry of the taad pat Republicans about the ruination of business and the clap trap put up to win votes by the Ball Uoose cohtignant will surely bate to naught this time it every Democratic voter does his duty, and nothing in the future can be f redacted more certainly than the 4ucceaa of the party and the glorious triumph of the people if it is .well, performed. over-confidence. "Ybu will find tliciri good cutis in every sense of the word hend tailored well lined neatly trimmed and no end of clever styles from which to make your selection. They are the original set price suits of America. We have been specializing on them, for seven j'ears and each season have been able to produce baiter values. The styles and values for Fall 1912 are ready look up the dealer in your city who sells them you will have the assurance of being able to get the best suit $15 will buy anywhere in America. for $15 that is "just as good" because it is not to be had. Go to you dealer who sells Schwab clothes and you'll get the suit you want at the price you want to pay. Values of equal merit in Schwab Clothes 1545 117 156: 1032 Do not let anyone else talk you into buying a suit at $18.00, $20.00 and $25.00 ST. LOUIS, U. S. A. I Ethel Payne Pearl Purcell Annie Mae Sargent Mattie Owens Bertha Bustle Roberta Brown Blaneh Howell Orlie Ponder Ada Ward Ella Harp Annie Uass Emily Sutton Brodhead Graded School . Belle Kincer Birdie Johnson Florence Harris Delora Boyd Ollie Brock 476 16 if i454 565 247.' 22 1 JOE NOE North Main Street 1744 107; 5565 117; 1015c 1301 12811 32-? SOP PEOPLE 4700 10706 1025 1000 Schwab Clothing Co. '&. it- - Makers of Guaranteed Clothea You will find Schwab Guaranteed Clothes at J. FISH Cull had br.d luck fishing. On PUBLIC I will at my recent home neir'n'swav home he stopt at Steye n.nd B.,.71 Maretburg, on Tuesday, Oct. 29, Rami's meat tnm-bo- t 1912 offer for sale to the highest ''Stand over there and throw me bidder the following personal five of the biggest perch you have property, having decided since in that barrel". "Throw ihem? What for?" asked selling mj farm to dispose of same. It is too numerous to mention all Steve in amazement. can tell the family I "So articles so I shall mention only a em. caught few as follows. I may be a poor 1 pair work mules, 5 and 6 fisherman but I am no liar." years old; one saddle and harness horse 5 years old: 3 good milch cows and calves; 14 head of hogs Our telephone exchange has just 15 head of sheep and other stock; issued a new directory and the I. Bessie Brown Every new subscriber to the signal gets 1000 votes and everv renewal 500 common Dislike to enter the doors of a Bank. ' Why? Because they feel that their small business is too trilling for the banker to ple to come in and Lame back is one of the most fortes of muscular A few applications rhenraatism. of Chamberlain's Liniment will give relief. For sale bv, Ohns. C. Davis. bother about. We invite such peo- use this bank. We are in business purposely to be bothered. ;! SALE. Young 2 r. Hilles and brother Taft have now' got into the habit f iasaing daily ''statements" in arder to bolster np their warning V I . .'1.' i- - cause (in their imaginations,) and BANK WITH COX EROS. STORE are working the '"cornucopia TJ. G. RAKER. President. raeaet'' for all and perhaps more Nesbitts Golden Ointment cures J.P.K- DRUMMOND, Vice.-Prethat it is really worth. This same F.L.THOMI'SOX.Jr., Cashier. f all skin diseases, eryesipelas, ecCLAUDE U. COX.Ass't. Cash A TEXAS WONDKR Id chaumt puts in ith appearance scald-heazema, tetter, ring-worWonder cures kidney The Texas overy'tirae there is a presidential burns, old sores and the and. bladder jtroubles,. ltftnovin.i THE PEOPLES' BANK election, but, as the Colonel gravel, cures' diabets, weak and itch. 50 cents per jar. Mfg and JCy. Mt. Vernox, would, bt disposedtosay.it has lame backs, rheumatism and all sold by, R. R. "BEASLEY, irregularities ot 'he kidneys and beca worked to a frazzle and the Ml. Vernon, Ky. Reguin bcty men and women. pe?plo have begun to realize that "No, No, "ou rausn't kiss me," in chihren. the Republican 'party is not the 1 hay baler, 1 mowing machine, manager makes the request for lates bladder troublesdruggist, will by your she said as he drew her close to If not sold 4 dty controlling the weather and hay rake and binder, manure the 'steenth time that subscribers besent by mail on receipt 01 & him "mother objects to kissing," . ... .. s crops'' and the exclusive 6 turning and users of the telephone head Si. 00 spreader, corn-drilUne small bottle in two , "Well dear I'm not going to kiss of, what is called "pros- plows, 1. two horse wagon (Cox the instructions tound therein. mouths treatment, and seldom her. UVVELINO Send for fails to perfect a cure. perity". It is now the Macedonian make) with new bed; a e They are few and it is verv testiimonials from his and other cry and the last resort of the VOTE JB'OR 1 carrige, hairow and other necessary that they be observed states. Dr. K W. Hall. 2926 I representatives of a hopeless farm implements; lp.000 ft. of if good service is expected. Call Olive street Louis, Mo. Sold by H- cause. good lumber for house 'pattern, by number. Druggist. Ky 3,500 ft. weather boarding dressed candidate from 11th Dsstrict L is the final test of ready for use; 100 rods of woven the Good Roads question. We wire fencing and 2 yard gates to on COMPLETE LINE Relieve a firmly as .that election match wire: a lot of store fixtures 4ay tball come that the Bond Issue including a PROGRESSIVE PARTY Coffins, Caskets ana Kooes, Litchfitld lighting will carry and by a good safe ma- plant, in good condition, now in Mail, Telegraph or Tele Build Bond Issue jority. It is true there are some the town of Livingston; three pair Don't trifle with a cold is phone orders Promptly agaisst it, but there are eaough for of scales; ood ad vice lor prudent men and desks, one of which 3 Filled. il to win, if they all come out and is a folding desk, the other one is Rockcastle County Court. August Term, August 25, 1912 It may be vital in case of a child. There is nothing better than vote and we want to urge upon suitable for a typewriter and books Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for tricud of the Good Roads with new typewriter everj attached c;lds in question to be on band and cast The other fixtures It appearing that a petition, signed by more than 150 legal voter.- - coughs andand sure. F01children. sale by consists 01 It is safe your Yotf. Let us join in the many things needed in a general who are free holders of Rockcastle County, was filed in the office of tin Chas. C Davis. Progressive imveraent that is with the Judge thereot on store: also one 35 horse power Clerk of the Rockcastle County Court and sweeping the country and do for engine election be held in said a IXEZ7ME and 40 horse power boiler the 24th day of August, i9i2, asking that an submitting to the iegal j of our county one of the absolute now in the town of Mt. - Vernon county, October 261b, 1912, for the purpose MBded to make it what it of said county the qnestion of whether the Fiscal Court of said and neai the spout spring, will be voters a should be. amoantf Df sold at a bargain. Gj and look at coUnty sha11 issne and Sel1 the bnds f said C0UDtV in before this sale. Also have 800 i to exceea tne limit auowea uncer uic vjousmuuuu auu imc ia.o ui mt Okly eleven more days. Lord it an amount greater Regard State of Kentucky, and under no circumstancesfor Cost the hog raiser millions of dollars last yeae ancl nothing short of vaccination fill tke old Democracy with the shocks of cut up fodder. $100,000.00, said bonds to be sold and the proceeds arising there than seemed to offer tfie slightest promise of .ic uve. stea that is needed behind the to household goods, everything from to be used in building and constructing turnpikes? throughout Prp.vfintion. however, is the losicai solution ot the question, ur. tiess. (m.u , u.v.s.; ptiBca tb it it is expected to deliver will be sold that you will usually ll Rockcastle Ccunty and through territory to be hereafter designated by ! has always maintained that by giving Dr. Hess Stock Tonic to tone up and strengthen every find used for housekeeping, con"Presld.-n- t Wilson," Get In the sisting of bedsteds, folding bed, the said Fiscal Court, and the Court being sufficiently advised, order ft orean in the system, to regulate the bowels, liver and kidneys, expel worms ; and also thoroughly would be held at the time and for the purposes stated in said 8 disinfect the premises, sleeping quarter and runs with Dr. Hess Dip and Disinfectant, habit You will " be. writing it dressers, washstands, side boards, that said ele-tiprevent an outbreak of this di ;ease. ' after a little while. chairs, tables, &c, and also one petition, and that T. J. Nicely, Sheriff of Rockcastle County, be and he an election to be country says : poll to be opened and Read what one of the big hog raisers in the of the worst hog plagues ever known. A St. Louis dispatch says piano in good condition, and one is hereby directed to cause a organ and many other things tool held in the County of Rockcastle on the 26th day of October, 1912, During 1911 our country was visited by one Tilnon Gilpin, of Louisville, road-sastand filing of said petition in said office We fed Dr. Hess St03k Tonic, 'and only lost two head out of a herd of two hundred which is more than 60 days after the of the .Kentucky & Indiana numerous to mention ten." Alex. Nevius, Modes ta, 111. in each and all o be Sale Teraiaal railroad, will carry home o'clock. will begin promptly at 9 as aforesaid, and he will cause the poll to is opened, to advertise said he voting precincts in said county; and he directed Also note what bulletin No. 182 of the Kansas State College says witbiiiai from St. Louis a scarred Terms: $5.00 and under, cash election and the object thereof at least 30 days next before the day thereo'' left haad, which he can explain in band; over $5.oo six about preventing Hog Cholera: months 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 prevention of the t Us Iouiitille friends by, time with approved security. with the to by printed hand bills posted np at not less than four public places in takes place, it will be seen that feeding and caring of hog has muchnogsdo Ob, a rabbit kicked H. C. Jones themselves should bed'pped A. H. Hami,in. shonM be cleaned and disinfected regularly. The Cholera. Premises A way of the in. each voting precinct in the county and.at the court house door. Auctioneer. every few weeks. Maintains tfiese conditions helps to keep np the vitality preventhog and thethis letm e".' worms circulation and 10 legal voters of said co nty shall be privileged to vote at said electionl roublss of all kinds are warded off. To aid digestion and Gilpia is the guest of G. S. Sodium Sulphate, Sodium Biliousness is due to a disordered reommeuds a formula of Wood charcoal, Sulphur, Salt, Sodium Bicarhonate, ". It is ordered that court adjourn. Brooks, roadnuster of the St. condition of the stomach. Hvposulphate and Black Antim ChamI,. W. BETHURUM, undoubtedly be benefical but would cost the hog raoer about Terminal Association, at berlain's Tablets are essentially a .Lou r Tonk: which b SSTRr Dr. He Judge Rockcastle County Court. 1 Us hone, 2739 Ellendale avenue stomach medicine, intended es- A true copy attest: the test of 20 years. oUASbIA. Digestive & General Tonic. Expels Worms. Brooks raises rabbits of the strong pecially to act on that organ, S.F. Bowman, C. R.C.'C. sUewy kind, and when Gilpin to cleanse it, strengthen it, tone .showed a interest lu the pets, he and invigorate it, to regulate the liver and to Notice is hereby given that in obedience to the above order of the FENUGREEK, Tonic and Aromatic. ..warned his Quests not to treat positively aud banish biliousness County effectually. For and so d to yon on awntten Court of Rockcastle County, I will cause an electipu to be held tkeaa with too much familiarity. sale by Chas. C. Davis. preparation is compounded by Dr.Hess, (M.D., D.V.S.) at the time and place indicated, from six o'clock a, muntil four o'clock .uarltee and only costs 3c per tnonth for the average hog. The definition of the ingredients Gilpia went on playing with the p. m., for the purposes set out in said order ; purpose of the The best plaster. A piece of and noted medical authorities. "pretty creatures'' and presently from the United States Dispensatory to the yoteis dampened with Chamberthe question of oe of tbera let fly with his hind flannel Liniment and bound on submittingCourt of legal county of said county sell bonds of saidwhether Feed your hogs the Fiscal county said shall issue and lags.jriduing the beck of Gllpins lain's to exceed the limit allowed under the Constitution over the affected parts is superior jln ao amoUnt ha4 act three pt- - his fingers the Laws oi tb State of Kentucky, ?nd under no circumstances for and sleeping quarters with .solution of the Tite injured haad was dressed to a olaster and costs onlv' on an ,o prevontdise.se,!!!!! espel WormS. Sprinkle amount greater, than $106,000.00 ; said bauds to be sold and the teutU as much. For sale by atd baBdaged, aid Gilpia Chas. 0. Davis. proceeds arising therefrom "to be used ih the building and construction that he would take his of turnpikes, throughout Kcfckcatfle Contv auk through territaer. to be known Al dipyour kogswith this utaUa. Col. Roosevelt is going to" be cfcaMta with the heel of a Missouri om brtfefer.nio.ti co.lt.K creosote disi,fect.nttr hereaftet designated bysaid ,FiscalxCort. ''. writ before he would annoy a staggered three weeks hence when .oo au iegai voter 01 said .county shall bejkivilegeji ojmf$ ism he beholds the dimensions of, the ' J ' t election. , arrayed against N. B afcow a skioMd Ikr vote which is " DCALCR '' This Sept. 19IW, 1912 bBtVtffre the, 4ory. word in the English language rne nri kuki u. signify a male, the first which three a female the first four a great man and the whole a great woman. The Word is "heroine". There is a iu EXPERT MOORE J. C.WATCH. MAKER Optician Eyes Tested ancl Glasses Pitted Free All kinks of Jewelry Repaired. All work guaranteed. AVe man and child should have an account of some size. Every man, wo- PAY 3 PER CENT USZZ s. - d, .' -- ; K3cqx tnauu-fectarer- l, two-hors- .., UKAIVIL.l. m I ye&x&x&y .tM. ff To-voiro- w ORDER FOR ELECTION To H. SEAVY For Congress TICKET UNDERTAKER Brodhead For Turnpikes j &fa&X&3C 3bc3fccdfe Jo ne-otssii- THE I HOG CHOLERA SCOURGE OF ' on tr ,..,....,. ,. JSS1& SSSEftffS -- fo-wit,- or S nt an-VB- cd Dp. Hess Stock Tonic Hess Dip and Disinfectant Dt toe bi. " -- V tf 1 ' ' . '' WSlm it . iH"ur. .1.o. JONAS MpKEINIt "M'lb FH Mi.vcmwKi rV'V MT. VERNON SIGNAL Mt. Vernon, Ky., Get. Call ap 25, 1912 Big stock of Ba for men at Fish's. 1 v, - - - .jf -- . . . " Band Rubbers "" ' The laying of brick on M. J. ' Millar's store house was begun alWMiBilMliM M PHI II II lJ t 79" when Ito Communis 9 you woo'No.SIGNAL 79 ca te with Louisville 4 Nashville R. R. Co. TIME TABLE. 22 ucrtn 24 nortn 23 south 21 4.46 p'm 3:53 a m 11:38 12:19 South ...... Phone No. 8. am am JAS. T,ANDRUM, Agent. Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice mail matter. as second-clas- s Hear Judge R. G. Williams on yesterday. the Good Road issue at the Court Five of Uncle Sams dollars gets house tonight. an extra good, heavy, long, black Boys Suits with two overcoat at Fish's. pairs of knee pacts for $5 n Fish's is the place bi buy the " Schwab Guaranteed Clothes you Fish's this week. J. W. Kider has purchased ten see advertised in this paper. car loads of Langford sawed Franklin is kept busy as a bee stone to4e use in construction ii repairing watches, clocks and of Montrose hotel. jewelry. Next door to Jonas Mc- 2t. Judge B. J. Bethurutn made a Kenzie. splendid Good roads speech to a Rev. D. G. Combs the well crowded house in fne court room known Christian Evangelist, of last Saturday nigct. Morehead, is conducting a meeting The Courier Journal of Monday, at Rose Hill. last had a splendid picture of the Mr. G. O. Evans and Miss remembers of the Pike family Martha Ping, of Pulaski, were union recently helcl at Brodhead. married in the court house here yesterday by Judge Bethuruni. The protracted meeting at the All-wool IF f. ,0 ITS NOT A FIT ITS NOT FIT ' YO hard-earn- ed jdj .i - U Br need not spend your fe Jr .fjr 11oil ' ftPrcSr - a, I, J V - ? . r v ' t Vu l ; 1 "' l money for railway tickets to Louisville or any otaer city to buy your I , ItOnsJEWi. t f- Trt'M--P"l pi Vhi 1 f Jp" r r "'3 '.''U V V-.- " KrifniL. TO1 If' R PIrlvt ri 1 5 f- - k"i- I" I I V. "I - iv "";? t" n it I f -. ! T f il " n rS. I I TT",T? TTWyPHl 1 1 H T" v 'e-- P tl I I closed Sunday Baptist church night. Although theie was only PERSONAL one addition, It was a most Mr. snd Mrs. S. Riddle spent profitable meeting. Sunday, with friends at Cove. W. J. Sparks Co., has contract Miss Francis Sparks is visiting for grading tor the pas'ing track in Louisville and Chattanooga. which begins just East of Mt. W. E. Smith was here Wednes- Vernon depot and will be almost day from Middlesboro on business. half mile in length. Wm. Livesay Tr., of the Wabd All people are invited to thi section, has accepted a position in services of the Presbyterian church Cincinnati. Sunday, The Sunday morning Brown, of Salem Ind., was sermon subject will be "Lifeless Jeff with his cousin, W. H. Brown, Religion. '" Evening subject: Monday night. Mrs. Anna E. Miller was in The L. & N. has tour Mt. VerLouisville several days first of non 's stations on its lines. One week shopping. each in Illinois. Indiana, KenBen Purcell and sister. Miss tucky and Tennessee with popuRoberta, are visiting relatives iu lations as follows: 111., 8007. Ind , Burnside Kentucky. 5563, Ky., 1200, Tenn , 50. Burdett Brown, of Level Green, It is claimed that in some telespent Tuesday with the family of phone exchanges subscribers dont his uncle, Will Brown. know their own number and pay Holbert Bastin and John Wood so little attention to instructions were out from Lancaster last week that after years of using they repairing telephone lines. dont know the proper manner of Mr. Greaver was down from handling a telephone. Are you in Corbin Saturday looking after the that list Mooose herd in Rockcastle. The Western Union telegraph J. A. N. Davis was up from has moved its offices from the L . Burnside, Monday, to attend the & N. stations That at Mt. Verburial of biS aunt, Mrs. S. C non is now at telephone exchange "Elder-Brotherliness. At theS. W. corner ot Williams & Poplar streets, nailed to a coal house, is a sign board rejding as lollows: "Posted. Keep out. S. D. Lewis." and glasses properly fitted, the latest styles of frames kept on hand at Franklin's new shop next door to Jonas Mc-Kenzi- 4 If t&- S uvi I I 1 I k! Pv 1. V 14 111 I I I I i ''.( illi t-i- Ik rla -- Ladies,' and IT - '' " - - r" Ti I 1 vr I Misses Vffli" -- ; $ktti'l -I x'rJi V i 1 ir '- f fr I i ll WA' H , tK'J I' V Children's Cloaks -- 1 v. ; - 'l - 1 ' c t I , -. E M : - ') -- The eves tested ' I '. - m 2t For the next ten days I will sell shoes and dry goods at cost and under. An opportunity for those who take advantage of the sale. These prices are cash. VV E wont allow a suit of Clothes to leave our store unless it's a perfect fit in every point of fine tailoring When you can find a complete assortment of all colors,- styles anHti sizes at FISH'S - I- ZfmHU. r RIGHT HERE' at this Fish's store you will" find"; Ladies Coats at $5 $7 $10 and hi $15 that some stores sell at much' s i m - - Luther Manis. Oct. 25, 2t. Seven years between visits to well-dress- ed metropolis Louisville by the writer forcibly impressed him 1 ...1 of the many chants that have i s !" I- - t taken place within that period in higher prices '. and around the Falls Cities. The rebuilt union station as well as the VV e make a specialty of fitting men you to L. & N. office building on Broadway; the L. & N. shops; the who are hard to fit, and we'll guarsee these before Seelbach, Henry Watterson and lS" antee to fit you us next time Tyler hotels, palaces in fact, the you buy First christian church, the Masonic and many, many other immense and splendid buildings have been erected. A new style of street car. And there is the big Red FOR THE SIGN Davis. Telephone No. 27 office and the business is be.ng cars of the Louisville & Southern OF THE FISH Mrs. Bessie Chestnut is making sent and received by telephone Indiana Electric line running v hi into slow out satisfactory progress to nearest telegraph office, Dan- and from tha heart of the city berecovery of ville, until wires are "cut in" at toward complete tween Indianapolis and Indiana Fill Mail Orders health. and Express on $5 Orders 100 Miles here. telephone central points including Jeffersonville and Brown and family, of Walter Automobiles inLevers for interlocking switches New Albany. Bandy Ky., spent Saturday and You are not experimenting on ROCKCASTLE COUNTY and signals will be placed in depot cluding motor trucks and other yourself when you take Chamber-ain'- s Simday with his brother, W. H. 'ft ' -X COURT. here to work switches on passing vehicles ruu by gasoline and .iz Cough remedy for a cold as Brown. track when the new siding is electricity line the street so thickly Sept. Term Sept. 23rd. 1912. that preparation has won its great v Jarve J. Cook, who has a splen- finished. The agent or operator that it is difficult, at times, for a Whereas on the 26th day of reputation and extensive sale by did position in Belle county, is will do the switch throwing with pedestrian to cross the streets and Aug. I912 a petition was filed in its remarkable cures of colds, and here for a tew days visiting his these levers as operating signal miss getting bumped by tnem. the office of the County- - Court can always be depended upon. mother, at Cove, and sister Mrs. past arms, lights etc., placed some Many of the crossings, especially of Rockcastle County signed by 20 It is equally valuable ior adults and children and may be given 'o G. M. or this place. distance from approaches to switch along and out Fourth street, the legal voters of the 4th Magisterial voung children with implicit con '. retail district, traffic officers required Dis. of said County asking a sub- fidencc as it Our Livingston correspondent stands. f pjt. contains no harmh.l to be stationed to keep things mission of the question whether drug. Sold by Chas. C. Davis. was so busy last week working for Never ask a heavy fat man his regulated and moving. This was cattle or any specie thereof shall Good ro cs proposition he did the weight, or a person how he lost are showing the not have time to write his weekly an arm or a leg or how they got not seen there seven years ago. be permitted to Jun at large in In digging foundatfon for the The increase in these auto vehicles said Magisterial DisFrict 01 siid new hotel, Montrose, a sink hole of letter. Good for you Bill". ever brought crippled. They have been askt or small shaft was discovered Mr. and Mrs. Victor, of Indian- the question so tnany hundred of seems to have been at least one County. It is now. ordered by t to Livingston Let.:;;;;;j:-sho- w Mr, apolis, after a week's visit to times that it has become a brg hundred per cent within the above he Court that a polltfe opened at through the stone ledges. put down half barrel of salt you before you make yout u Attv. and Mrs. C. C. Williams bear to them by having their at period. A big improvement in all ach of the voting precincts in said Rider and three barrels of water as a lines of transportation. Moving Magisterial District on the have leturned home. Mrs. Victor tention called so often to their 5th. fall purchases have lesu iu aiscover wnere the cavern picture shows was an attraction day of Nov. is a relative of Mrs. Williams. 19 12 for the purpose deformities, losses etc. that drew many of Rockcastle of ascertaining the will of ' the led to. In a short time "Willis "r ior tne Home trom- - tne Misses Julia Clark, Mollie WatThe Court house was taxed to visitors. Big improvements therein McKenzie was swallowing salt '" Rebecca upon the voters of said District ,". ers, Georgia McFerron, basement to the attic . , its capacity Tuesday by citizens over the days gone by. The ten question whether or not cattle or water from his' well across the Watson and John and W. H. Fish from every section 'V. track some two hundred fept. 0 the county cents stores were simply jammed. Rose McFerron any specie thereof shall - be per were guests of Miss to hear Gov. Beckham speak. town and county sent many mitted to run at large in said away. : 4.. at "Breezy Hill" Saturday and Republicans as well as Democrats Our delegates to Grand Masonic Lodge District. 7ifT Sunday. pronounced it one of the best and and to the International Convention L. W. Bethurtjm, J. R. C. C. ORDER ROCKCASTLE Cecil Williams, chief clerk in the most convincing arguments eve Sept. Term Sept 23, igi2 of the desciples of Christ which Copy Att. S. F. Bowman, C. R. C.C. Insurance Cqmmissioner's office made in the court bouse. 4t. The was being held in the city during Whereas on the 6th. dav of r . K UiJiV, Frankfort, was here this week, on Governor m'ade many new friends the week beginning Oct. Sept. 19 12 a petition was filed in 14th. BEST GIFT FOR SON OR the office of the County his return home from the Eastern and some who were against him Court Our party including other delegates of the district where be had for the Senatorship in bis last race part DAUGHTER. Clerk of Rockcastle County signed . and visitors to the number of a been in the interest of Judge Ben expressed the desire to see him dozen were pleasantly located at Is a Scholarship at the Wilbur R. by 20 lepal voters of the voting V. Smith for Congress. succeed Bradley and every ind the residence ot Mrs. J. E. Vowels Smith Business Col lege,' Lexfngt&n precinct of Rockcastle Count Master Louis Hurst, aged 10, a points strongly to the fact 7 24 South Fifth stieet, where there Ky. It will be an imperisha le asking a submission of the question 1 son of J. T. Hurst and one of the that he will do it. -was found good rooms, plenty on capital, and will qualify them for whether cattle or any specie thereof A lk.1 1 XW JLmllMJ-- . V.i' Vl rising Democrats of the county the table and no noise at night a fine position against poverty and shall be permitted to run at large Mrs. Amanda Davis, wife ot Dr. came in Tuesday to hear Gov. from rumbling wagons or street for a successful life. in said 4th voting precinct of said He was ac- S. C. Davis, died at her home on cars to disturb the slumbsrs of Beckham speak. county. It is now ordered by the Main St., at an early hour Sunday Dyeing and CLEANiNG:-Tho- se companied by his father and while Street cars run court that a poll be opened in morning after an illness of several us countrymen. in town paid the Signal office a by the next corner. The location articles you are thinking ot giving the voting precinct at the general .. weeks of a complicition ot diseases. pleasant isit. is but a short walk from main away or throwing away can be election to be held in said precinct The deceased leaves besides her I use on the 5th day of Nov. igla for Judge B J.Bethurum and wife husband two sons, Chas. C. and W. business portion of city, theatres made ro look like riew. only the latest improved methods and Mrs. Fannie Adams came over T. Davis, and one daughter, Mrs. and places of amusement and the purpose of' ascertaining the from Louisville Wednesday in a Oscar Wallen, all of this entertainment. Rates very reason Send 'them to me and I'll clean will of the voters ot said precinct to satis- upon the question J. I. Case automobile driven by mourn the loss of a devoted mother able. It will be remembered the them up and guarantee whether or not C. H. Mullins, faction. B. Patterson a representative A. Vowels family are natives of our cattle or any ' specie thereof shall and companion. The burial took 1 o the I. L Case Co. The party place from the residence Monday town. While there we met Eugene Phone No. 34. Mt. Vernou, Ky. be permitted to run at large in was on the road seven hours, one said precinct. with short services by Rev Duke, Vowels, of Middlesboro, who for FORTUNES IN FACES and half hours of it Tvas spent on after which the remains were laid many 'years was in newspaper There's often much truth in the 'CopyL. W. Bethurtjm, 7. R. C. C. the slick mud where the roads to rest in Elmwood cemetry. business in the Magic City where Att ., saying "her face is her fortune" have recently been worked and he yet resides. Aden the youngest but it is never said when pimples, S. F. Bowman, C. R..C. C. The San Angeles daily Times in boy, who was a mere toddler, when skin eauptions, blotches, or other Sej t ITS dirt used m the grading. Another 41. arrived a full and complete linerof-Eadfieone of its last weeks issues made the family moved from here twenty blemishes disfigure it. Impure great argument for good roads. tw is back of them all, ami tie following mention of a "Rock years ago, is in the printing blood Mr H. Lay, who for many years Misses , and Children's Cloaks!'. iine LOCAL castle citizen. "The real estate business. Miss Kathrine, the shows fhe need of Dr Kite's sold goods at Pine Hi'l, died Sun- ever shown in Brodhead They prom te firm of L. S. Adams & Co have beauty of the fatnily, supervises the New Life Pills. See Halloween ost Cards at Fish's. health and beauty. Try thtuiT day at his horae; there after an sold to local capitalists the Parena affairs in the 'dining room and you illness of long duration. 25 cents at Chas. C: Davis. The K. P. folks at Piwr Hill are Ranch containing 12,000 acres for looks after the comfort ot visitors erecting their electric powerhouse. $500,000 for a town site. The andguests. J. E. Vowels who IMPORTANCE TO AMBITIOUS Jack Lawrence dug an irish men should examine our Seavy caadu ate property lies 50 miles north east has been in poor health for a good Hoa. H. H. YOUNG PEOPLE. potato from his garden, first of '" Line-- . of for coagress on Progressive ticket of San Diego. The firm is also on while is, we are glad to say, im - $65.00 has paid for the tuition week that weighed McClure world-beat- er 24 ounces ot a Rock the point of closing the sale ofrLos proving. will addrese 'the voters of Mr. Vowels and the and hoard for a Tliisinpcc Pmu-cpound and a half. Judge Lewis SUV. castle at following places aad Angeles property known as the writer originated and began the the Wilbur Smith Business College handed in one that balanced at 20 .dates: Livingstoi, Oct. 29(8; Ut, Normal school site ior $610,000 publication of the Signal ," Lexington, ity, 4 Many of the ounces. Some potatoes. The Vernon, Oct. 30th. and Brexlbead Eastern parties negotiating with 1887 1 ne, printing omce was in graduates of thisnColleee, have Lawrence earden was not nWH Speaking bajria a the intention of building a tnilltoa an upstaus,froqm: over, wkat is positions paying I Oct. 31st. lit potatoes" from $75.6o"'tofter' plantinahd-:th- ' doIlar hotel. ,7 j?. m. at each pUce. now Sutton & tf cBtfV store. '- - fcoa.oo' pet month, ' t ' wef e 'hoed :. M.( L tv our 'oming towards you or going from you a man who wears our clothes will be pointed out as a l: t- man. We want COATS Try Look Wm v :ir 'itt We Promptly Pay 1 i?r furniture: -- .v 1 JJ;: s 1 WE tning b&t'BnOIiN Furniture t'ii We everyrj CO-COU- RT R t v. nnnRPifi Livingston, IyiS' f to-v- Just s' rfh.e,bet "merh';ifede buy; The " fa&t&Mtifeyl a -- . - 4hr r 3Ly - bi oo; A - f ,t , i. M r,S -.- - 1 . .A-V- - - J? y KOW TO RRESEKVki YOUn. &tfD BEAUTY.momer or tne yonpg OMreat -well-being. . rS sriv5t rv..K- is vromjin secret of youth and beauty for the Every woman, undewtaadiajj of her womanly system und the Jfoper u .!...i t,.n, nd hrr nhvsical mate UP. A good way to this kaowledieis to get a good aoctor book, such tor instance, as "The MpHIcal- Adviser." bv -It. V. Pierce, M. D., which canB.Lfw.a rvwH - -VJUUHUWH- WM sending thlrty-on- c cents for cioth'bound copy, addressing rnorerf hv' Dr.ff rce, at Bwfala, iN.: Y. .t,vc,.m a mnrhtne which can onlV be compared 10 uic in- n meohaiii.nfcof a beautiful watch w tick will keep in gcod running order only trie r .ad the nroner oiling. at .he rfcht time, so that the delicate mech. Xf.i nJinir limM vn'lllrf 0(1(111) onism may not oc zpbtti am. uiw v..j, get.old or run down before their time through ignorance and the improper hanilhng of this human mechanism. Mental depression, a coiifused head, backache, headache, or hct flashes and raanysymotoms of derangement of the womanly system can be avoided by a proper understanding of wnatto do, in those tryinj times th&t come to all women. tnff Will The REAL FREEMEN Uphold Wilson's Hands? Woodrow Wilson has refused emphatically to accept contributions to his Campaign Fund from the Interests, from corrupting influences, from any questionable sources. He has given us, the Democratic National Committee, to understand that he will go into the White House with clean hands or not at all. only give one dollar. We believe in this kind of loyalty-- it's the kind that wins. Let every one contribute to the Woodrow Wilson Cam- paign by the first mail. Let's Lave as big a fund .is the corporations can supply the other parties. For the people are mightier even in money than the Combinations when they get together. - - vTCiiiI 1 i'T I OASTORA For Infants and Children. iTii 1 , pm iceu W mis wh'My, iffiumfc t Jrt O Ft?: P i IIIMiMiiil !i:: I SMsr:y i i3If The ALCOHOL 3 PER CEfT. AYcgeiablc IVeparalionfonls-sirailatU;e Stontaciis i Kind You Have Always Bought vmb&&&& W i; n Mis. WlLUAUS. years "It lies. G. II. WlLUAMS..of Lynnhavcn. Va.. wrote:and all ta Ironbla .Ince my health cave way. 1 to! femawas not able to dothe doctor my work, t 1 employed Uiree) said I would die. I l,ad to hire romeoins all the time. Finally. I read In tho papers about I took, in all. me found it had taken but one bottle until 1Prescription' done two Eood.Golden Medical of and five bottles of 'Favorite Dinovery. and now 1 am able to do all my housework, and havcgainoJ who suffer from female trouble fourteen pounds. I advise all ta try your iVvurim Prescription.' I fa the only medicine on earth. : Who Is Getting The Money of The Trusts? So sure has been Wilson's stand, so well known his incor- S?: cW. I (hcFocdardRegula-tin- JHi JifWM tJW, V,-- ardBiwclsof Bears the Signature 9 ruptible purpose, that no private interests have dared to approach either our candidate or his committee. I . 505! 3: PronDfesDirfe3l;onkeifi-nessandRestCcntaLisneiltxr Opium.MorpriLi2 norMincraL 1 Xur In w-- UftbBRTAKSR Our line of Couch Caskets is unexcelled Hand-mad- e Jj ''w' 'I I(i (jy We have not been offered a penny by the trusts, and t we certainly have not solicited a penny from them. The money of the Interests is being spent against Wilson. No matter for whom we need not discuss that here it is now common go3sip that the money power of the nation is being , used in an attempt to defeat Woodrow Wilson. Effik ! A Call To Those Who Will Club . Contributions rs :S !mi pQAM )zifi SSfltH i ITf NOT NARCOTIC. SuipeoFCllBcSSZZLHMm Seed" Jhqa What Is a "People's Campaign?" m y m BiRgiiifcir Yjl i m Hearse sent to all parts of !! Coffins furnislied the County : m All orders by Wi re Promptly Filled S M. 9 J EbW94-III! illMT. VERNON, j, ".."...l Tc-da- y To-morro- w KY SttS '' u We ant addressing ourselves to the real freemen of America, the upright, Progressive Voters of the country who are doing the work of the nation and not the work of trusts and bosses. We realize that the salvation of every righteous cause ? rests with you. Often this cry of a People's Party or a People's President is raised by the very forces we seek to defeat and whom we " must and will defeat. But look to our standard and our standard bearer and decide yourself as to which is the People's Campaign and must, therefore, be fought with the. People's money. -- No live progressive voter can do more for Wilson's cause than to head a list with his own contribution and then to and Iriends swell the total with have his their names and money. If you work in an office or factory, mill, warehouse, on a railroad, ranch or farm, start rhe ball rolling. Line up the 3 Wilson men. Sign up as many contributions as you can. jAnd mail to us. fellow-worke- Um JtxttteSs-jttetSe- al mm r. A.I jllCmitaSJd3 Jjfltf- - M r'nT'i 'iV. . Aperfect Remedy forConsla lion Sour Storaadi.Dlarrtoa Yorms.Convukians.Fer.s!i: TacSiuik Signature o? CompahT, EIES3 OF SLEEP. M J THCCIDTAUn rv Jfv Use For Over HoW To Contribute To The Wilson . iW.,r Campaign Tuna .,- -, kU r:M"H MifL'li the CouPon in th!s corner and fil1 in the amonnt yu Sive- - Then attach your money to this Coupon and man today to the address given on the Coupon. SiSn a11 !t: mnwf rfr(.o' ' W$F' MSiz::J The CEKTAun Thirty Years l(( WodrOW WllsOn HaS Clean Hands i I,,ue C. check, money orders and address all contribu- 7 tions to R. Crane, Vice Chairman Finance Committee, Woodrow WHson is the cleanest.man in national politics i He came of illustrious forefathers, who laid by blood and heredity the foundation of a future President through gen- . . I eration after generation of upright record. If Wilson is to must money and f mere is oniy one source 01 sucn money irom tne voters 01 . ,, t i. tne country wno realize me importance oi naving a govern- ment uninfluenced by the almighty dollar. Wilson's hands are clean. Will you uphold them? -- Yesterday &dt hap-pi&9s .1 ,,.,.,,... A Democratic National Committee, 900 Michigan Avenue, Chicago 111. Then write a letter to this paper giving your name as a contnbutor and stating your reasons why you believe Woodfcw wiIson should be e!ected pre,ldent of the United otates. In this way you will be listed as a Wilson contri butor. A Souvenir Receipt, handsomely lithographed, well worth framing, wHl be sent to1 you. Your letter will help the fight by encouraging your friends. (gSlG Iiarara.eeil under the Mod Exact Copy of Wrapper. LngllKIA COMPANY. NCW YORK CITT. yesterday nor YESTERDAY is but a dream, ouly a vision, well lived makes every yesterday a dream of a vision uf hope. Therefore nd every to-dato-da- gmmmm ' inwmmnin wnimmnmnimmmfflmmK y bring your account to -- Wfecyoj trreat satisfaction and all your dealings and relations Vritb this Bank will bring you great prosperity. THE BANK OF MT. VERNON Tken iur hope is that all your mom's will bring you and all your reoollectious of yesterday i4rpf08perity. How Much Money Will You Give? How Much Can You Raise? There are big campaign expenses to be met if we are to win on Election Day in November. We must tell the voters of the country about Wilson, what he is, what he has done We must show them his record. We must show them his platform. We must point out to them the features ofhis platform which mean so much to this nation. This great work will cost a lot of money. We must meet the usual heavy toll necessary to present a platform and a candidate to a hundred million. Your dollar, your S5, your 810, your $20 is needed. And don't mistake we want the man who can only afford th- eone dollar. We need him. We need the woman who can Woodrow Wilson Campaign Fund LOYALTY COUPON To C R. CRANE, lmppi-"frtj- will CC. -i-- MT. VERNON BANK OF KENTUCKY HT.VERNON, WILWMS, President. W. L. RICHARDS, Cashier' Chicago, IUinou. As a believer in the progressive ideals of government represented In the candidacy of Woodrow Wilson for President of the United States, and to the end that he may take the office freehanded, nntrammeled. and obligated to none but the people of the country. I wish to contribute through you the-suof $ toward the expenses of Gov. Wilson's campaign. Vice Chairman Finance Committee. The Democratic National Committee. 900 Michisaa Arenae, I KVx. VERNON CJ5SKET CD. PRACTICAL UNDERTAKERS FUNERAL DIRECTORS, H Sz: E3ISALXItS Mt. Vernon, Ky, and Name. Address rs k RBBIV F.D br Endorsed by R. State.). g--- - OUCH IV1ETALICCASKETS . Coffins and Robes. CMintist T& ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT. Plaintiff vs- - COMMISSIONER'S SALE F. L. Thompson, Gdn. of Elmer and Walter Weaver, Defendant By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Rockcastle Ed Houston, ..OrerTT, G. Biker k& Store. Crows aad. Bridge Wort a specialty. 4U w'orlt guaranteed. . i V "i - Circuit Court, rendered at its August term, 1912, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the front door of the Court House iuv Mt. Mt Vernon, Ky Vernon, Rockcastle County, Ky.. to the highest and best bidder, HeBe asd office in the late residence Br. Myeri formerly occupied on Old at public auction on Monday, the 28th day of October, 1912, beMlaSt,,atMt.. Vernon. tween the hours of 9:oo, o'clock a. m. and 4:oo o'clock p. m , beC. C. ing regular County Court day, JAtTORNEY-ATnLAon a credit of six months, the MT. VERNON. KY. following desoribed real estate On 2cd. floor o' located in Rockcastle, County Ky, Th lank of Mt. Vernon , on Church on the waters of Negro Creek atreet. Special attention given and bounded as follows: to collections. Beginning at a poplar on . the Pkone No. So. west side of farm, corner of Joe Purcell; thenco an east course twith his line to Butcher's line: thence south to a hickory . and UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER chestnut: thence east course to Houk's line; thpnee his line to a black gum; thence crossing the railroad to a branch, Carter's line to John Winkler's corner; thence a straight line wilh. his to Cummin's line; thence his line to the beginning, containing 8o acres, more or less Ky; Only a twenty-on- e fourth interest owned by Elmer and Walter W. T. FRANCIS, the front door of the court house MASTER COMMISSIONER'S house in Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle SALE. of a Mt. Vernon, Connty, Ky., to the highest and youngster, "how are you getting best bidder at public auction, on ' along at school? ROCKCASTLK CIRCUIT Monday,, the 28th day of October "Bully!" Tommy, rejoined COURT. i912 between the hours of 9:oo "Guess the teacher is going to a. m. and 4:oo o'clock p. 'im promote me " being regular county court day , A J. Haggard, A'drar. "What makes you think so?" M. Mink, on a credit of six months, the of Wra that if I keen Plaintiff ''She said ,te--year-- 6!d Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of work for the company. er Orders by wire promptly tilled. Hearse sent to all points :Well, Tommy." said the father S: ; 5 S : g GEORGE OWENS, Office Mt. Vernon Monumental Building Manager 112 PHONE j iiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiuiiiiiimiiiiiiiimiiiii . Dentist IITIJ Williariis, J. C. MeCL'ARY Rtibrd, Weaver will be sold. I i i For the purchase price ihe purchaser must execnte bond with approved surety, bearing interest Irom day of sale' until prid and .having ihe force and effect of a judgment. Bidders must be prepared to comply with these ierms. G S. Griffin. Master Commissioner, Rockcastle Circuit Court tfinlViifhon Monumental jt ! mggate uer and a Marbles arid m Mm yite& fc,3-- Faster commissioner's SALE. ROCKCASTLE. CIR6UIT COURT. , Grtatte kinds. i of all Estimates furnished Taken Upf A deep red cow Josephine Devault, Plaintjff came to my place Saturday Sept. muWKHuu. r, . W- - COMMISSIONER'S SALE 28tk. Part of .tail gone and dry. GEO. OWENS Propr, J, A Stokes and Xlive about one mile below the : ::Paw; v Monmments 3,,-T- SALE on at tne rate i was going id soon be in the criminal class," Mink James Mink. explained Tommy, Alice Rash, Becky i The most novel and complete Bishop, Maggie O i caster or furniture roller has lately RnnnrlArl nn thp acr. W tii vGr. Martha FarrlS. made its appearance. Thomas Mink and It's lower County road; on the south by the Mary Lynch, Defendants portion is a good sized metal lands of George Li vesay; on the! By virtue of a judgment and globe or ball with ball bearing west by the lands of John over top. A set can be seen in Clontz, and on the nqrth by the Older of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court rendere.l at the operation under the office chair e a "i . ' w,;nuuub iej.111, m.o Ai t t .e j. t?:,i. ai. i.: siuic. rpi.:,. ia j. ' uu ,f.. iuu containing 50 acres more or icas. , . isu tuureoi, , . as Mr. Fish For the purchase price the snau proceed to oirer ior sale at U3t an advertisement selling the caster, but owing purchaser must execute bond the front door of the court is not its novel feature and simplicity with approved surety, bearing house in Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle 'o County, Ky., to the highest and the writer believes anauy would interest from day of sale until to examine it. paid and having the forde and best bidder, at public auction on. l.ke Monday the 28th. day of October o7ect of a judgment. Bidders A LOG ON THE TRACK must be prepared to comply 1912, between the hours of 9:oo a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m., being m the fast express means serious with these terms regular county court day, on a trouble ahead if not removed, so G. S. Griffin, nrpdit nF v mnnt.hs. thp fnllm. .'.us loss of appetite. It means sir Mwvt.awfi v.e.w .WVS w ww Master Commissioner, .vQoi fl0fofQ vitality, loss of strength : ck of onoiK inni, ' Rockcastle Circuit Court. . . "d nerve weakness. If appetite . rr111 nuunuaaiic, viiuuty, xvcuuucuy . Is, take Electric Bitters quicklv nd bounded and described as overcome the cause by toning SAVED BY HIS WIFE. ollows: Mihe stomach and curing the She's a wise woman who knows Beginning at. a stake at the ligestton. Michael Hessheimer just what to do when her husband's o. Lincoln, Neb., had been sick life is in danger, but Mis. R. J. intet section otpie Stigall farm r three years, but six bottles Flint. Biaintree. . Vt.f is of that of 75 acr'js survey with- Roberts' f vlectric Bitters put him right . .. .. kind. '.'bne insisted on m 200 acres survey: thence with .u his feet again. They have using Dr. King's New Discovery" the Roberts line N. 59 W 63 helped thousands. They give writes Mr. F. "for a dreadful poles to a cut down white oak pure blood, strong nerves, good cough, when 1 was 3o weak my Onlv 50 cents at Gigejtion. friends all thought I had ouly a and dogwood, his corner; thence Chas. C Davis W 60 .hort time to live, and it com another line to his S 76 pletely cured me." A quick cure poles to a stake at the intersect The Houston' Post tells of one for coughs and colds, it's the most ion of Roberts' line with the rain who caught a nine potmd safe and reliable medicine for line of Wm. Fish's loo acre bass and another who is being con many throat and lung trouble survey, now Mrs. Lewis's; thence gratulafed upo'o. having become grip, bronchitis, croup, . whooptonsilitis, with her line N 36 E 113 poles to the daddy of an eleven pound boy. ing cough., quinsy, herhprrhages. A trial will con- a stake on a cliff, her corners Young man. move to Texas where vince you. 00 cts. and $r.oo. with pointers; thence: with another the blessings of life are squarely Guaranteed by Chas. C. Davis. line to hers N 46 W 95 poles to divided. a sarVis and stone on a beech Nowadays the wail piper some-cornof Osborne Smith's place, times appears loose and baggy his line S 53j E 25 1 poles to an ijke an elephant's skin That is I ash on a branch, Smith's corner because you have become ec-aPor Infants and Chiliren. corner of Stigall's 75 acre to looking at ioskirts Thi Kind You Have Always Bought tract; thence with his line S 75 cnstomed aeA to the point of bursting acre tract; thence with- - his line with assorted types of girl. Bears the Signature of S 75 W 95 poles to the beginning President Taft and containing 71 acres, more or less. RoosJevelt can find sufficient con- described real estatelocated ta Hoeta-- nl. County, Kentucky, oh the waters of the East Pork of Skeggs' Creek, and ' bounded as follows: following - deceased, jS, ..... ... t t- -. to-da- y in1 HHMZtS m 1 Youn$ Women Read what Cardui did for Miss Myria Engler, of Faribault, Minn. She says: "Let me tell you how much good Cardui has done me. As a young girl, I always had to suffer so much with all kind of pain. Sometimes, 1 was could hardly stand on my feet I got a so weak that bottle of Cardui, at the drug store, and as soon as I had taken a few doses, I began to feel better. Today, I feel as well as anyone can." nu :- TAKE Tt ARDUS Are you a woman ? Woman's Tonic -- ". . Then you are subject to a large of troubles and irregularities, peculiar to women, number which, In time, often lead to more serious trouble. A tonic Is needed to help you over the hard places, to relieve weakness, headache, and other unnecessary pains, the signs of weak nerves and over-wor- k. For a tonic, take Cardui, the woman's tonic You will never regret it, for it will certainly help you. Ask your druggist about it He knows. He sells it Ufrl). (U ... tot Setciai Instructions, tkd Ladles' Advisorr Deei. 64-p- ae book Ctattaaoon MedJcks Co.. Cbattaaoozo. Ten., noae Treatment lor women, tent Iree. J & '.-- - 'ypkcyc c$zr$3&c xxpc ' - Cms. C. DAVIS SAYS THE DRUG6T5T- er -- CASTOR A ud && For the purchase, price the purchaser must, execute bond solation in the fact that thejr will lit jCASXQRIA 'Children Cf FftR FLETCHER'S Margaret' Stokes, .Defendant ford ol Copper Creek. By virtue of ;u judgments and J. J. Mobkrly. order of sale of thu Rockcastle Pet. Brobead, Ky Circuit Court rendered at the Cry August Term,3 1912 thereof, T Jo FOR FLETCHER'S shall proceed to of er for sale at I 4-3- t. with approved surety, bearing interest frbmday, of sale until raid and having the iorce and Bidders effect of a judgment. mnsf. HflTnarAd to corrmlv with, these SJLerms. "" QSS. Griken, Mgstqr Commissioner,, Rockcastle "Circuit Court Children PASTOR J A, defeat each other and revengeis , sweet. It is disconcerning .to Ifeara tht y of our great; citizens,, wnom we have been taught to pattern after, jaw tkejr-- wives jusfc like 3 Hcommpa mor.wHB .immx don't run smoouny aronaa ia. ,1) hquse, -- That Tennyson or Longfellow could take a worthless sheet of paper and'write a poem on it and make it worth $75.0O0-tha- t's geaias and there are others who can write a few words on a sheet of paper and make it worth $8,0d0;CX)0 -- that's capital and this ration ot ours caa take an ounce and a quartea of gold and stamp, upon it an Eagle money and some, of our bird and make it worth$20.-that- 's yoeng ladies will buy a hat for $1.25 bat prefere. one that cost I might sign my name to a ceeque for a $1,000,000, but it wouldn't be worth a dime-tha- t's rouge. But some people will tell yoa that they can, seryou as well as Chink t's noasease-tr- y e. but-tha- C Cv .; Yours truly. D AV IS , Mt. Vcrnonr Ky. m PHONE No.; SB" ik - h