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VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1. 1912. BH0DHEA1). MT. IT TAKES A Good Shoe To Girdle the Globe The people or all civilized nnm tions have come to know sueh a Shoe liy name The Walk-Ov(Jail to day and see the new styles er i 11 JUL. I DHL a Mill M Test get-y- $3 50irsS A All WTmmaw' Wool in Clothcraft Proved by ting all-wo- Selby SS8IS For Women Sklbt have the style, quantity and comfort that women of today demand, in Shoes. Slby are style leaders in all Because fashion centers. (O9 I UST remember this when you want to make sure of ol ys all-wo- made now-a-dathem from that even an expert ol J clothes: Cotton mixtures are so skillfully cloth. I I 1 its presence its presence is by a chemical test all-wool with the wool that the only absolutely sure way of detecting The cotton is so cleverly woven eye cannot distinguish $250J $350 S. Vj. . This test consists of dipping a piece of getting clothes if they bear cloth into a boiling , solution,. of caustic tli ninthloii , : i i..i. which completely dissolves the " Every"""" poiasu. ..!. Clothcraft suit or overcoat wool and leaves the cotton intact, if present. is guaranteed all wool. This guaranteefound in the inside pocket of Everv piece of cloth used in Clothcraft every Clothcraft coatalso insures Clothes must be able to withstand this lasting shape, satisfactory wear and searching chemical test. Therefore, von service. At Clothcraft, nnpM-.$- 1ft yAU ., can know positively that you are really to $25 can you ask for more ? . ju. j.-.w- SUTTON & MCBEE The Clothcraft Store :...a..............uu......................e.:::::s::::: ' VEfcHOtf GRADED" SCHOOL. Mr L. B. HiltQB. of Saikfard Our rnw! auath cnkl v.3 was with her pareats, Mr, aad just closed. We are highly pleased Because: i. lie is the only candidate for Mrs. I R. Cass a few (lava ibU vilfrih rMMb r t. Jones Fisb of Mt. Veraoa, The interest sad aatbustasm are J President who represents the real , w a tue vital ana pro w in wr cauiag annoay. Mrs. growing daily. The outlook for the effective J. M. Owens was in Mt. Vernon a successful, year Ig encouraging. gressive forces iu this country. i The following pupils were 2. He stands for tariff revision Tuesday. J. E. Wallin, of Dan-- ! d'nvuward in the interest of lower ville, was with homefolks first of neither tardy nor absent and prices and the elimination of the week. Mr. and Mrs W. J. made an average of ninety or Owens spent a few days with Mr. , more for the month: monopoly. and Mrs. Julian Bordes in the Kindergarten Department. 3 He stands for trust legislation Copper Creek section. I. R. Robert Cummins and Bentley which will prevent the control of Storms has returned home after Mullins, prices through any sort of spending the past month in Primary Departnbnt. monopoly. Laurel County. Fay McClure, Nora Ortoa, 4. He stands for the income tax Willie Yadon was with home- Earl Mullins, John Sowder, and and bel.eves that wealth should folks Sunday .Miss Dollie Owens John Harper. share the burdens as well as the visited her sister, Mrs. Bob blessings of goyernmeut. Intermediate Dspartmkht. Roberts, at May Wood, a few days Maggie Livesay. He stands for the rights of last week. H. L. Tharp was up 5. labor and the protection of the irora Junction City Tuesdiy, he Grammar Department man who earns his bread by the moved his most estimable family Mary Lingford and Etagesia sweat of his brow, as shown in down there We regret very much Fishback. his record as Governor of New to give up such good people. Mr. The following pupils were neither Jersey. and Mrs. H. E. Christie have tardy or absent for the month: 6. He stands" for the revival of moved in the house that was Robert Cummins. Beatlev Mullour merchants marine, and for vacated by H. L. Tharp Mrs, ins, Ida Harper, Corda Reaner. the government encouragement of Ji dith Chestnut has returned home Carrie Btadley. Lottie Chapell. agriculture, industrial and vo after spending the summer with Cordie Payne, Charlie Banow her son at Franklin Tenn. cational educational education. Taylor Duke, William Gofourtb. 7. He trusts the people and Misses Minnie Gentry, Gertrude Fred Clbntz. Tenavson Mullias. believes that the governed should Martin, Iena Albright, Lela Al Willie Orton, Claudie Harper, govern; and that Senators should bright and Edith Moore and Harry Southard, Brown McClare. Mesaers Teuton, Byron Owens, Cecil be chosen by the people, Baker, Burdette Brown, Carter and Jess Fish were Ralph Griffin, 8. He faithfully performs in Joe Ruth Mullins, Will in Pine Hill Sunday. R. G. Wil- Thompson, Fred Baker, Jamie office the promises made out of mott, of. Nepton, O. C. Wilmott office, Thompson, Luciada Parker, Mary of Kuoxville, and Mrs. Orval 9. He will CLEAk HOUSE" Sampson, of Rushville, Ind., aad Alcorn, Tom Baker, Alice Bradley Jennie Duke, Maggie Livesay, as he has Mrs. Walter Miller, of at Washington Lebanon Julian Miller, Mary Orton, Kenny "CLEANED HOUSE" in New Junction are with their mother, Payne. Leonard Persifnll, Rissie; 'Jersey. Mrs. M. E. WilqjQtU who has Ramsey, Maggie Joaes, Joe Davis--, 10. He preaches and practices been very ill, but has slightly im Mary Laneford. Eueenla Fishbaeic clean politics, and practices it proved. Bennie Duke, Ella Mae McKenzie, effectively. He unalterably opMrs. Mary Albright was visit Mamie Duke, Emma Taylor, Pearl poses machine politics and the ing in Lebanon Junction last Ansrlind. William Gofourth. Ida Harper, Leonard Davis, Mitchel a rule of the.bosses. eek she, was also in Louisville Owens. Magsrie Murray. Marsie for legitimate shopping. Qr, W, 11. He stands E. Gravely 1 Baker, Erecca Hyoger, Stella big business every day, but lor a.nd. Bakex, Cahir A. M. Hiatt were Sallie Lillie Mullnu, Pearl Baker, s monpply r,eYeFi Bessie JTurrav. Thursday of last Gladys Southard, Vernon Cox, 1 a. As Senator LaFollette says,, week. -- Born to the wife of Dr. "He approaches every problem W. F. Carter Monday moraiag Arthur Hanks, Robert Clontz, and Everett Mullins. with- the solemn promise to be twin girls, mother and babes Theiaterest io basket ball is really, in the highest sense.' a along nicely. -- .Pr-. W. E. growing. Both boys and girl servant of the people.'' Gravely was fa Lou is ville this ar Hiakiag a splendid show in?. week attending a medical meetiof . Th.e first ream has played three games. AH three were easily vfon H? was also in Carrollton ob The girls' team fa young in practice The old panic cry doesn't go but is developing nicely. worth a cent in th.is campaign". m-m- DOZEN REASONS WHY I SHOULD VOTE FOR NEXT PRESIDENT WILSON i... H-nk- - are-gettin- g I - I11 Vote for Beu V. Smitli Ks-"- " w www vwwv wwvwww r wwwwwwwwww wwwxwv I Look First I will thank youto see our big bargains for &rC'uKt . ? i,fs.''Baam this week in Ayl''artfy iiaiMr&aaaaaal Baaf''''nB5''?aaaRBa -- iiaBB Vote for Ben V. Smith If you are a friend to the Old Soldier, Powers did not vote for th b Pension urn see nouse Journal 47, page 6545. 9 BBvwaVanB aaS':BSSBBT BaBxSs'tf whESeBmB aa9flBJH&i, aaaaa' Vote for Ben V. Smith If you favor another get them. loQk aqd dam in Cumberland Kiver. ' . BBBBBBBm1 'bbbbbM v.BBaaaA Powers cannot .BBBBBBBBBrBaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaW. .aBBaPraBaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaV Vote for Ben V. Smith If you want cheaper farming implements, cheaper against these bills-s- Queensware, Glassware, Steel Enameled Ware, Tinware, Table Cutlery. vAr .BaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBr ee House Journal, pages 1J21, 2357 and 4351. clothing- - Powers voted Vote for Ben V. Smith - f u line of Shoes, 11 -- For Member of Congress Eleventh .a Kentucky District ' a If you favor a jury trial in indirect contempt cases it see House Journal, page 9458. ; Powers did not vote for a 9 a m Vote for Ben V. Smith Because Powers is reported in the papers to have said in his that he was against Taft and not for Roosevelt. -- Dress Goods, Table Linens, Hosiery a a a a Williamsbur-speech . ? -- rtt99 Vote for Ben V. Smith If you aie a friend to Taft, because he has turned down Powers' for even fourth class offices. recommenda-tions At prices below anything you havCever ! ft --- -- a a a a a ea a a a a Vote for Ben V. Smith If you are a friend to Roosevelt, because he has said that Powers ought to be ' defeated. seen, bankrupt or stoferi goods not excepted. No trouble to show the goods. WOODSON MAY Chairman Campaign Committeee ttth Congressional District Advertisement "'.'. -- Vote for Ben V. Smith London, Vernon and out to the Blue Grass over Boone's Trail. cannot get it. a "aaa "aa a -- If you favor actional pike from Middlesboro throfh Pineville. BaibWr ville, Mt. a. Powers a a blKtiKo DrllQUlTtjy lilutir MT. VERNON. KY. At the Kirfay.Old Stand Wesrtf Rjufr6a'4 ;iJ t fITIX. j: : t : : s : t :: Jti m .; MiMwIJiuulwMuiiiiiwiw.TOMaaiinii-wya . r v ' , ' j i!!!gJlLt2ff F MT. VERNON SIGNAL Friday, Nov. i, 19 12 1 f WINK vif -- frJ?v "Wiii Hi . i TG'YVJCS "" Fwm I iinn Twn, - " wj?j n : .... vVJ . " --vii. iinnn w in I mil :iv.v w -- j. nl lif v aai ' r. j'- - it.v Mfcniiffwn u. uTrw,v .....- .s. viri . -- , f. nrrtw-inr- :Jhy.MLftJJAW.A-,jaJJl inn ( iiej-t-i!- rt i i f Q- rr- - JT- rw i - - t.ii .x. ivjr.ar jl f. - , v "- - . j.t T .1 . .. I f .j n TT7 iinr r.Ju,ra' imwr TTT T I- m trv - -Tyr". m ft i 4iA.e3 Iff OVEfl . vOtefoJ? Dr, W.lson, Should db it with th- full xnowled it meblls. and should tiot vote for him unlv tlie.V believe in the" tariff for revenue onlyj which is the real meaning of the Democratic - Vllai33 : , . - Published every Friday by Either. Mr. m ;Taft or Mr. EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT, UBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR $I.OO WilsonM Be Elected President Advertisement Tbo-- e platform aud the real attention of the Democratic Party. who believe in a protective tariff policy and exDect to make their ! vo e effective, should in ray opinion, stay with the Republican Party, whether in their opinion it is manned in every detail to Yours very truly, suit them or not. m , William Hkykukn. i& mi l U fi CC RT fo Lietter 01 J udge B J. Bethurum of Somerset, Ky., Koosevel delegate from the Eleventh District to the National Republican Con 11 In Kentucky, the Progressive Party will fall far short of on securing the required number of voter:, to qualify it as a political vention: Advertising rates made known SOMERSET, KY., October 7,' 19i2. w ' mI Vtl r BfcJ party within the provisions of our election laws. This isindicated tf Bd &r application Mr. H. T. Arteroury, insignificant-registration-,- clearly by their and by.the - reports re Tompkinsville, Ky. ceived by tlie committee, of conditions throughout the State. Dear Sir: I am in receipt of your letter of the 4th instant, i g Since" the middle of .September, . the Drift has been steadily MEMBER OF toward" tire re tiou(&.h,afV"iiaj;eaa:iig.la'fbt-c- e us the which you invite me to make some speeches in Monroe County for f?. KENTUCKY" PRESS ASSOCIATION the Progressive ticket. In answer to the same will say that I mu-.- t ?jjj U.--j ". & election draws' near do so for the reason that do not belong third :' The reason for thisiis fipparolit tor. 0ny One giviig the matter a decline to Republicauand expect toI loyally supportto theparty party, ra butam a that and its s moment's consideration, i CONTINUOUS EMPLOY iVtENT IS AT ticket in the coming election l HAND for .all those who desire f o find it and REMUNERATIVE I was, as you know, a supporter of Mr. Roosevelt before the j PRICES REWARD TRE PRODU'TpRS. ; TFIIS MEANS COM. convention at Chicago, and while some tlilnir wjmv inoulg rt m . t R FORT FOR THR 'PEOPLE &E 'uir.LY,aii.li-a:;eouut- s also M' thdt convention to bring about tne defeat of ihe Lolouel ttmt i tlo m j 1 . the absence of politicarexcitemenr. indorse nor approve, yet, having always affiliated with the Repu 1 can fej you are in favor of a square The violation of the most sacred tradition 'of the republic; op- organization, and having been perfectly satisfied with the principles W If Kn deal in the markets, in .which position to a third term as President for any - mail,, and the economi- of that party, I cannot now leave the party that has s.ich a g onou - rj you purchase the necessaries of cal theories and vital constitutional changes--' involved in the can record of achievement, and tollo.v Mr Roosevelt into a new third y life you should vote for Wilson didacy of Mr. Roosevelt, are issues of extreme importance but the part, simply because some members of that psi'ty have done wioi.g. While yet young, I was taught by my parents that the Repul.licm y Main Street and Marshall. It you desire to fact that hs defeat Js concerned by all, except his most ardent sup. party was the one political organization that stcd by the nghts of g make it easier for multimillionaire porters-- , his to a largeextent..ejirrynated bhera .from consideration the people, that stood for liberty, ior progress, that st )od for ih . ffl manufacturers to buy steam yachts, J. The rice beiog between 'the republican afiid democratic candi. maintenance of the credit of the country both at home and abroad.. while they enjoy protection dates: our confidence that the gobd judgment of the people will I was further taught thai this old party v as born during a crisis in Br 33 52aXlI2SSS2I23JSaSIK3E BgBTS C VIVJCX. the nation's that it sprung into existence as the champion buy lead them to re elect Mr. Taft is based upon market for their products and the record; the republi- of the libertyhistor; of a shackled race, and no! only gave them their libert. European "pauper" labor at cut can party believes in, and will adhere to die protective tariff system I find that history veritks-aubut gave to them the franchise as well. rates in competition with Atneri .,;Tne democratic la.rty. believes iu tarff..(or revenue only, which confirms all of my ear.y teachings, and that the great p rtv bus can' labor in a free market- 30U. means free trade an'd.'if 'placed in power," .will if true to their plat- continued throughout all these years to meet and master the grc t should vote for Taft: If you are form declaration, seek ai'otice ro.'Vipe dtf'.and destroy all elements and difficult problems of government and to skilfully and prudently, a visionary you may, of course of protection in our tariff lawsTbieir pljtfayni declarations of 1892 manage the affairs of our country. No other party can boast of m much A party with a record like ours should not die, but should : be and i912 on this question are "'identical ana,' vote for Roosevelt, in both, a protective live forever Tht ciinst int .aim of ihe officers wl I am one who believes that its mission for good ; r.oc einp'.ocs cif th.a lank mv: elected. tariff is denounced as'u'nconstitutionaL .. spent, is not at an end. but that it will continue in the future, as the.' When Col. Roosevejt d j In 1892 the Democratic Party was4uccessful npon this issue past, to respond to ihe country's needs. TO IROMtTK th. iiiten-stm ntoiMti-cr- s Danville and , Boyle county ana iney tnea tiieir hand on the tarUE-anjiwl Hi tht y tJMk-f- l or to ftnmuittt withdraw irom tne Republican party, ana torm a new ami ciaea to 4.u:,.,i the results is well re .i:4- - .. d ... 4.i tluni- - of tlie Imnk : 1:1 r i.: if TJ.il murderers, which, by the way, are membered. Distress, misery, want and actual starvation were general ,.. .... ,,1. a.:. , ,., I T TO DRAIJ, TIIKV CAN to HMke tlw quite numerous, is attributable J. aujj.uuiicia, j. ueciutru iiiul t cuuui uui njuun iiiui luiigci, u.. wou in . utii througliout the land and continued "until of tlcjKsitoi-ffeeabki ami of McKinley stand bv the party of Lincoln, Grant and McKinlev, which has be- generally to intoxicants. With all and prohbiule U llwiu; the restoration of the" Republican 'Party- - to control. Tbey, of stowed upon me so many honors and favors in the past. the alertness of its offices it ap- course, TO t'OXTRIBUTK to tlwir try to explain and absolve themselves of responsibility for With very kind regards, lam pears to be impossibje to eradicate Itwe-sitlH Yours sincerely. the result, but they cannot deny actual conditions , us th'ev existed whieh a ami iiiii'ly eoiin-e- l evil from little Britain. Danthe B J. BETHURUM. aunng uunr complete control ot the executive and, legislative strung l)itik can ;rojoriy Itustow: ville might do well Uv send a combranches of our government. mittee to its neighboring town . prospers., l3.u:suess- prostration in'any Hue, $50.00 TO $100.00 A MYJNTH : ONLY A FIRE HERO. THE PEOPLES BANK The Lancaster and get pointers. borders, Tlie: affairs, of the government. " the crowd cheered, as, with foists latter corporation sidpt the boot have been f pay us to yur friends, eliioieritty economically hands, he held up a govern ' To introduce benefits when sick, mjiucd, bun The & legger a long time ago. largest cash .ii man round box. "fellows ! he BANK WITH US' raent s control ot trusts has been strengthened. A surplus remains and at death, for smallest eos,t. Fiee-In- shouted, this Bucklen's Amici surance and offer to first api Before the next issue of th in the treasury after the payment of all .expenses. The trade of the plicant from this place. Write quick for Sblve I hold, has everything beat U. G. RAKER, President. particulars. . I Signal battle of the ballots shall country is larger thanat anyother period', in its history. r hums ' Right! also for boils 835, Covintfton. Ky. ' THE J.IVK. DUU.MMOND, Vice.-rre- s. niters; sores, pimples, sczema; cut have been fought and won. . A Republican Administration, with1 Mr. Taft ,JS its head, has 'bruise Surest pile cure K.L.TIIOail'SONJi-.- , Collier. 'hafein I9I2. We Wilson will be in charge of the been "arid .s now in charge. ' We know tvhat ' It subdues inflamation, kills pair. r, '"' . ' CLAUDE C. COX.Ass't. Casir. White House on and after March know what we got as a result of 1892. There is little danger from .1 iold Under the one prosperity and plonty, under the other disaster or from an attack ot the grip except Only 25 cents at Chas. C Davis'. 4th 1913 and a better show be .''-,- . when followed bv pneumonia, nd and distress. . given the common people. . Men are a lot of . when Lhamher- this never W7fe-9r4eJJS?,RAte- E bat which is good. iaiu's Cough y llemedj is used, t "How now? "The voters will see peril in Pangerjurks in .change. No risk except iu a change. Then why tell a girl thar all they its great rrmedy has chanee." says President 'TaftV takeU?"A vote f on'Rodsevelt is woVsd than wasted; it is a vote to This reputation and extensive sale by want is to bask forever in the sun-it"Will tbey? Not after seeing the remarkabh euro of colds and shine of her sm,1(. An(1 ;ifter . Republicans promise before elect Voter, whatever may be your occupation, think it over grip andean be relied upon with marriage tbev expect her to cook, ions to change th'e schedules and while you yet have:time, and let your vote square with your judgv implicit connaeuce. ror saie oy mend clothes, keep house and do Chas, C. Davis. change their minds after elections. ment. an endless lot of plain hard work. L REPUBLICAN STECANfPilGN .COMMITTEE White-housHANSFORD. Wilson Will Wreathe anLMi ' w S. Bennett, w. D. Cochran, Washington, "With Worthy Alis Golden Ointment cure- - Q Nesbitts - Seoretary -- ; . . Work When Waterloo Wrecks Chairman Mrs Sarah Kirb who has been an sKin aiseuses, eryesipeias. ec Woe With Wreckers Who Warped sick for the past two months is zema, tetter, ring worm, scalu- - ' ' ROOSEVELT DELEGATES FOR TAFT; Waitine World With Woeful Ky J Hardware &"' Manu. much better. W. A Adams and head, burns, old sores and the Vant. facturing Company, and Roosevelt 'Delegate from Louisville to the family of near Ml, Vereon were itch, so cents per jar. Mfg and U visiting relatives at this place Sat sold by. R. R. Beasley. , , Gov. Wilson says he will not iM.jiuuiil.au I'UllUUcll VUIlVCULlUll e. Mt. Vernon, Ky urday and Sunday. Docie Kincer Loulsyille, Kentucky, October 2;' 19 12. COMPLETE LINE sit up to hear the election returns Mr. Chas. L. Scholl. spent from Saturday-unti- l MonVfiJ -- K but Presiden Taft probably will Coffins, Caskets and Robes, day with Mrs. RobeJt Doan. Louisville, Kentucky.' ' ' ""-- - ' "I am pleased to recommend. 4 notice when re: sit up and take ' Mail. Telegraph or Tele- '' ' My Dear.,'Sir: n Mr. and Mrs. John Mize, of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy as ports are completed. X t thine I know of and 1 phone orders Promptly are visiting relo ives here. Referring to your question as to what candidate ' .nfif;t- rpmpdv for P.nnfrh , nnlHs 7' ,f H r ffWsr&ij iviy r t l r w. rv j Miss Fannie Kirbey spent from "' ' "ffc-iSlulled. in tb 1 have decided to" vote ior,: for President;-a- t the November election. I --'J &z3S2.ij;:. List of candidates now bronbhial trouble writes j Thursday until Saturday with her would say tb'at.-- I am!going to.vpje Tatt and Sherman,' field at work for the piano given Mrs. L. B. Arnold, of Denver, yi away by B. (J. Anderson & Son. whom I regard as the regular nominees for tne Republican Party. sister, Mrs. A W. Adams neat viln "We hfl.Af li'Pfl it rpnpntprllv ' I attended the Chicago Convention as a Roosevelt delegate, but Mt. Vernon.-- A protracted meeting find it has never failed to give There should be one hundred The list jrom my observation aud experience there. I considered it was fortu- begau at Mt Pisgah last Sitnrday. liet"- - For sale by Chas. G. Davis. or more by next week. nate for. the country and for the Republican Party as well, that Mr. conducted by Bro. Clouse and Bro. is as follows: convinced that Mr. Mobley. M. G. Kirb and family No. votes. Roosevelt wa not" nominated. I became Name of Contestant Roosevelt's candidacy was Hie result of personal ambition and not were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. 13604 LillieHiatt Wilmott Mattie 4864 lor the cpurpose of furthering any particular policies or principles. B. Price, Sunday. Several of near it was possible for Pongo attended church at thiiMildred Robins 1117 I believe that with Mr. Roosevelt's the Progressive element of the Republican party to have nominated place Snnday. Mr. and Mrs Lizzie Gentry 1630 Governor Hadley o'r Senatar Cummins, to have made any changes James ooutuatd, ot iiloss. were 1, 1 1 75 Bessie Hamlin Cost the hose raiser millions o dollars last yoae and nothing short of vncchmtiou in the platform that might have been desirable, to have revised the visiting relatives here Saturday! Mary Proctor 1225 seemed to offer the slightest promise ot'ic live. rules so( as to ..eliminate xthe authority. .of the National Committee, andbunday. Miss Lisna and Roxie Etta Cable 1275; Prevention, however, is the logical solution of tho question. Dr. Hess. (M.D , D.V.S.) ffu'cli- - aujtbbrity as tbey. had might be abused, and moie McClure, of near Pongo, were the Dollie Johnson c 374&J wb'ertfe'ver always maintained that by giving Dr. Hess Stock Tonic to tone up and strenirthen every has Eva Albright 1102 important than all, to prese'rvV the" integrity and usefulness of the guests of Martha and Fannie organ in the system, to regulat : the bowels, liver and kidneys, expel worms ; and also thoroughly . . Kirby. Lela Albright 5364I Republican party. disinfect the premises, sleeping quarter and runs with Dr. Hess Dip and Disinfectant, would Mr; Rqos,ey'elt;S followers, b(y" rtsasCm of their passionately stormy" prevpnt an outbreak of this disease. 38 Lena Albright A GREAT BUILDING FALLS metho'ds, used where i6 principles" could possibly be involved-wit- h 8ib2. Gertrude Martin Read what one of the big hog raisers in the country says : when Susie Cabel IMS the same vehemence, as where principles might be involved, destroyed mined, its foundation is under' During 1911 our country was visited by one of the worst hor plasties ever known. and if the foundation of and good 'judgment, Mary Lear ljt.75 my confidence in their We fed Dr Hess Stock Tonic, and only lost two head out of a herd of two hundred and good digestion is attacked ; was., well prepared by 'what I saw at Chicago, for the lack of theT healte Reeca li:nls 1565' ten." Alex. Nevius, Modes ta, 111. On quick cohapse follows. sense proportion that lead to the action of the Roosevelt supporters first signs ot indigestion, the . Ethel Payne 10.52 Dr. Also note what bulletin No. 182 of the Kansas State College says to establish the Progressive Part". ' King's New- Life pills should be Pearl Purcell .. A765 about preventing Hog Cholera: hope 1615" progressive taken to tone the stomach and Annie Mae Sargent "When we recall the conditions whieh favor the disease jiml the manner in which its infection regulate liver, kidneys aud bowels. Mattie Owens 14054 measures by this procedure, aud grave danger of weakening- - tbe Pleasant, easy safeand only takes place, it will be se.Mi that feedinf: and caring of hog1 has much to do with tlw jnuvention of the 25c of theRepjhlicanrly fop gppd along many'lines. . should be d'pped Cholera. Premises slioni I be cleaned and disinfected rejnlury. The hog them-elvBertha Bustle 3656 influence, at'Chas. C. Davis. every few weoks. Maintaining these conditions helps to keep np the vitality of the hog and in this way '' The llepubl'canDlatfoj ilativeMo'Tariff policies appeals to Roberta Brown 2475 t troublss of all kinds are warded off. To aid digestion and circulation and to prevent worms, the bulletin Barbering was once a simple art I.hajfe ha$ the advantage, of knowing some- reeommeuds a formula of Wood charcoal, Sulphur, Salt, Sodium Bicarbonate, Sodium Sulphate, Sodium Blaneh Howell 2210. the wthipeouliarlforce. as much lather tf Hyposulphate and Black Antim working effect of tariff schedules and tariff policies The barber-pilethe. ". 744 .thi Orlie Ponder Thisformula,' given in tablespoonful doses would undoubtedly be beneficaJ but would cost the hog rawer about possible on bis patron and Ada Ward io75 "on business and, without feeling intolerant of the opinion of other as Now compare this with the formula for Dr. Hess Stock Tonic which is asl!y superior and has stood 1 0c per pound. scraped off his beard and -: Ella Harp the test of 20 yecrs. 5568 men, .am satisfied that the Republican pojicy of protectiou is for the then .: QUASSIA, Digestive & General Tonic Expel Worms. , NUX VOMICA. Digestive and Nerve Tonic. I 'believe thai if Dr.' other prominent featnres with a i:i"5 general interest as well "as geiaeral.rosp'erity. Annie Cass S'JLPH VTEOFIRON, Blood Builder & Expels Worms. SULPHATE OF SODA.Laxativeic acts upon theLiver. victim holding a basin razor, the EPSOM SALTS. Laxative, Emily Sutton 10 1 50 Wilson is elected Piesjdent, he will probably, call an extra session COMMON SALT, Appetizer. Expels Worms. CHARCOAL. Prevents Noxious Ga&us. to catch the debris. In those POTASH, Acts upon the Kiducys. NITRATE OP will 1359 01 umgress,, to revise tfte Tariff, arid, immediately business Brodhead Graded School FENUGREEK, Tonic and Aromatic. to get drop off aud the neessar . companiment to this willbe a falling days it took five minutes 12819 Belle Kincer snaved and a week to get over it, This preparation is compounded by Dr. Hess, (M.D., D.V.S.) and'sold to yon on a written Birdie Johnson 3231 market. If the Tafriff schedules are'so many as to threaten Ameri guarantee and only costs 3c per month for the average hog. The definition of the. ingredients where the but times, hurrah and alas, have Florence Harris 4700 can 'producers- w'ithserious'v competition from abroad are taken from the United States Dispensatory and noted medical authorities. . Delora Bovd' . v .10706 :price of , labor s sQrauch lower than here, the condition of stagnation changed. ' Feed your hogs OHie Brock 1025 win DepermaneDrror uniu tne policy is changed. If the change Chamberlain's Stomach and 1000 made by such aspecial session not such as to bring the American Bessie Brown Liver tablets do"; not sicken or Every new subscriber totbe consumer into .conjpetitien with the. foreign producer, I "can see no gripe, and may. be taken with to prevont disease and expel worms. Sprinkle the runs and sleeping quarters with a solution of Signal gets 1000 votes and everv fogic' in changing' tWXariff, 'tieace the" program of the Demo perfect sasety by the most deli renewal 500 cratic Party becomes one. & -woman or the youngest child. ii-1is thouglftrf tan doubtht if the Democratic Party cate IX T .1 I The old and feeble will also find one of the foremost coal tar, creosote disinfectants known. Also dip your hogs with this solution Is Is electe'rl power by Boston Transcript: T5!bb majority, fSS some, claim it wJll be, it suitable remedy for a most when the weather will permit, and you will have no loss from disease. will be a very pdical,free trade, or, "Tariff,, for revenue only" them yonr wife a good cook? aiding and stiengthening their 5.00 loo lbci $1.6o. SS lb Pail Dibba She's great at roasting. Party. No horieyed'-oreielectid-h phrases of Dr. Wilson, delivered in weakened digestion ard for regubEALER Don't try to do all the talking Pittsburg to placate the voters in the district, where protection senti lating the bowels. For sale by ment Is supposed to be. extensive, will change this fact. Those who Cbas. C. Davis. Give the other .fellow a chance. n V 11 ftR&li"SfiISB9Ei X4 it y i i y s u II i -- SOLD Y -, I fl (p North -- in-Uh- e '' d - , Our Aims o -. d wbo-canu- i-- the-electio- LdL .v. 1 r.. n cutei-in-w- ht ry Now-the'-count- - .1.. a'd'm-inistere'- Pt"tK.nalS: y.-e Cash-Bon-U "" - " - four-flusher- s.' s So-Mt- -- e, .... m- - ,...,. vsl,l.i uvvco sx - '::. UNDERTAKER J Brodhead -- & j yi M -- Liv-inosto- he-bes- 1SMB&9S04fr p?i . m 1 .aMw.. fpr.-.essr- s. -- a re-CZ- CrCt4:r -- I THE - HOG CHOLERA i SCOURGE OF ( level-headedne- ss - -- j e I d rig--abo- ut .- y tr 0 W Dr. Hess Stock Tonic Dr. Hess Dip and Disinfectant ii JONAS McKENZIE, K-- , MT. VERNON, KY 1 PRINP r -- SHOWS THROUGH ,fc. .JL Js, lie . " STS KTl' P w MT. VERNON- - SIGNAL AIt.Veknon, Ky., Nov. i, 1912 -- &: rf v -- 7 " ' " " ,nnwwi-- v TCTi. V? ? "' V m fc. 111 l ri r . ,rp r .n- - mm ... Court of Claims met this weak iSiitton & McBee re showing and allowed., the usual routine of the biggest line'of Suits ami cloaks claim?. in town. ) b li The Hallow'een party at the shipment ot Ladies suits, cloaks Langdon Memorial School was a up 'No. 70" when w n Ito Communis mostj pleasant evbnt for t le you g and skirts. Sutton &. McBee. te Willi SIGNAL people. A. The Young People's Missionary Franklin is kept busy as a League wijl meet .this evening. 'at ft jT N. the home of Miss Elizabeth Adams. in repairing watches, clocks and I L X. vt N' 1 jewelry. Next door to Jonas Mc At the age of 1O5 Joseph Marski ' I 1 Kenzie. 2t., of Cleveland, gave up smoking. Louisvllc &. Nashville R R. Co. James S. Sher- And in less ihan five years he was man dsed Wednesday. Some one dead. Draw your own TIME TABLE. 1 will be named at ouce as the 4.4C p m 22 ucitn runnnfng mate of Presideat Wanted: To tell, or trade 1 Taft, gwhich will likely be Gov. 24 nortn 3:53 a m 11:3s aw Gasoiine Engine in fine condition Hadley of Missouri. J1 south Will 12:19 am 2 H. P. Fairbanks Morris. LI 3outh A large crowd attended the sale exchange for cow. Tas. Lakdrum, Agent. of A. H. Hamlin and Auctioneer Chas. C. Davis. ? No. 8. H. C. Jones reports everything There's no better way to selling well. Sheep S3. 50 per bead, Vernon, Ky. Pnstofliee preserve your r nt n :I ttif good health than by mail matter. s hogs 7 cts , uiilch These wearing good warm com im table were the only things sold troin tl e ndrwear Fish's is the place to frm. find 4"U.t that kind. If the paity who took my lap M F. Craig is u ery sick man. H;nry Duncan, aed 105 years, roho.on last Saturday will tetu n Waltei R. Rsbins was up from has at Asheville. N. C, tl e ame to my porch or to Brown's Brndhcnd Sunday. he's rt disiase, brought on by from' OhlQ llln) CtiUUIL. IUU1 t ttIll UW M.tVl1Mrt UUIU1UX ill coffee. The reckless lltV.1 Km met Hansel was here yester- dunking said, otherwise I intend to proseh: hi's of our old men undoubtedly day toste his father and sister. cute the same., I know who took .Oil Reynolds has been Iuu'e shorten their lives. - A. B. Furnish. it. B&. during the week with his sister The First State Bank of For the next ten days I will sell has suspended business. shoes and dry goods at cost and Miss Marie Sallee, of Harrcds-burg- . Col. R. C. Ford of that city has under.'- - An opportunity for those is the guest of the Misses been appointed to wind up the affair's of the bfiik." Col. Ford is who take advantage ..of the sale. Francis. the country is safe no These'prices are cash. f Miller is at home President of the First National Robert Hairy :. Luther M'anis. are safe when Jrom Morristown, Tenn.. for a Bank of Middlesboro. Oct. 25, 2t. Fall Clothes if few days. come direct to The Bond issue was lost by a Moore, the Jeweler, has good size vote. As a" two thirds Henry S Braiiaman a prominent J. C. retuened and brought Mis. Moor.: majority was necessary, the issue farmer of the Wildie community was lost bv nearly one third. died at his home Tuesday from-vwth him. Miss Georgie D. Jones is here There were 2270 vo'tes 'cast in the complication of diseases. He was for a day or two on her wav home county, 1 17J) were for the bond 72 years of age, a thiion Soldissue and 1091 against.which only ier a life long member of the frcm Louisville to Middlesboro left a majority of 8S for it, short Christian" Church, and one of the Dr and Mrs. R. W. Dyche and best known and beloved men in : little daughter, Mma Bess, were nearly 400 votes of .'the number hiscomranuity;. Up to ten.jrears required to carry. , down from London first of week. ago he spent a great deal ot his The. bond issue lost by a good Mr. J A. Landrum is on- tlsp time hunting and probably has Lloyd sized majority, but we are not in Ii- -t :ck this week and killed more wild animals that any you be is doing agency work in the ieast discouraged about roads. man in this part, .of t the country. We are for a bond issue to build we can fit from head-to-fo- ot ,, . . Ins absence. ?A vidDWj tour sous, three daugh- j because .we believe tbatls'the Dr. W. D. Laswell was here' roads rers ana two brotners and one only waj' they'can"be built, but if Monday. We hear in an indirect sister survive him. way that the Doctor will likely roads can be built any other way, Look for the To convince'ourseif" as to how we are for that way. nc t Jo ate in Mi. Vernon. matter to us how it is done, all we far reaching advertising is, read Sign of the Mr. and Mrs. J. Fish and little want .are the roads and we dou't the following copied from the ion. Jack. .pent a portion of the care how thsy are built, let be a othei" side of the world, which ar- vek with Mr. and Mrs Henry Tona-issue- , SDecial taxation, mil- - rived at this post offiGe Jast week: Cation in Lincoln county. Mrs Union Postale; Universelle what. Give us roads. Catron lias been sick a short time. ltior Pqccir- - Russee. , . The Turkey foot Lumber Co,, movement is George W. Perkins ed now by high tarriff men, who Franklin Ginseng. Nursery, LOCAL of Pennsylvania, the corporation Perkins is the promotor and de- arelcontributing freely to his cam"Mt, Vernon, Ky.. which purchased the Thompson fender of the most pernicious paign fund? Un. St., North America Regular Services at the .Baptist timber lands. in Jackson county. trusts in the Unitsd States, which Sun- Crobepn Auepuks,- - Goedur-UIm- , Sunday Nt church JJU. 9. He loves war better than has commenced the construction of are the. most vicious imposers on peace. m. preach- Warsaw, Russia, 2F1 ix-1- 2 !ay school at 10 a. a fifteen mile standaid guage road Dear Sir:- - I have a' honor to the men, women and children, nig at 1 1 a. m. and 7 p. m. Public from the Sturgeon branch of the 10. Out of offioe he promises too wage earners of the country. invited, .Strangers es- - L. &N near Duck cordially Fork, toMcKee pray you to be so kind as to send much, and in office performs loo pocially welcome. 6. He urges the legalization of and a point on the head of the me your latest catalogue and price little. Seal. trust watered stock and raonopolv Middle Fork of Roekca-tl- e River, list of ginseng The Woman's Uub will n. lie says that the small I beg you very much to send as first advocated by PERKiNiS, this afternoon with a to develop their vast timber prop your books .on Ginseng HIS PRINCIPAL SUPPORTER farmer and the laborer of the city for the Home Economic-- ; erties. This will be the first me also are not to be mentioned in the . AND FINANCIAL BACKER. Club and the Mothers Club. It railway outlet Jackson county and and Seal culture. same breath with cowboys, etc., Yours respectfully, will beheld at the! jionie of Mrs.' its capital have ev2r had by" rail.' 7. He accepted campaign con- After describing the drunkeness A.- Necaaev, . C C. Williams at 3:30 o'clock. It will connect with the Wintributions from trusts, insurance and deadly shooting affrays of Warsaw, Russia, ' 11 Club members.aie invited to chester Irvine extension. It is companies and "crooked business" the cowboys, he writes: ,. expectec' that the road will be Zlota St., No. 58. S, be present. and denied that he had done so "But thev are MUCH BETTER SlidSs and clothing for every "My dear Harriman." He stands finished by early spring. LexN G.- - FELLOWS and PLEASANTER vSPEARI ington Leader. It was expected body at Sutton & McBee. for "Bos3" Flinn, "Boss" Woodruff COMPANIONS than the small Judge C C- - Bagby; .of Danville that this road would be built out Rock-cistl- e H. H. Seavy, Progressive can- and other "Bosses" who serve farmer or agricultural laborers; or will address th voters of are the MECHANICS OF A from Livingston. didate spoke to a large crowd in him. in,the Uouit use at Mt. GREAT CITY TO BE MEN the court house here Wednesday P3-aChange in Name of Scbcol. . 1 o'cloc THE SAME Vernon at 8. During the seven years he TIONED IN night. Mr. Seavy made a good in'.er-ts- t THEM," Langdon Memorial School in. November 2nd. in the was president, he failed, even re- BREATH WITS Democratic Ticket. pf Brown Memorial School. talk which was favorably re; fused, to lift a finger against high stead of the 13. President Taft, who knows ceived by bis hearers. fcim, He is a Since the- building jn whjch, school Come and hear tariff. Who believes, if elected he him best, savs of him: C. C. demagogue, a neurotic, a flatterer, now conducted is very largely is Judge R. G. Wiliamg made five woulcj try to reduce excessive an egotist.' Chnx. Campaign Committee the gift ot Mrs. Langdon, in splendjd Good Roads speeches in tariff taxes? Why U he surround memory ot her husband, and also the conuty, but his efforts, like Judge Tarter find Judge B. J because of her Strong personal the rest, were in vain, spoke in the .couit Bethurum gifts to interest and annual house Monday to a crowded house. Gcfjool, it has been decide to A :i)bgEN REASONS WHY I Judge Tarter spoke for the Bull make the uboye change jn name .SHOULD VOTE AGAINST Moose ticket while Judge of school. The Beard of. Manage-madeanof his old time ment feels that this recognition ROOSE-vPowers .' Republican spe ches. VELT. . . did not of Jjer gifts and interest is d.ie bi u as build to Airs, iangqon, opuuo.n, &8CAUSE! ' show up. faculty and students hparjtly the t,' He has' broken his solemn The Communion of the Lord's coueurr and are glad to be hence promise-n- ot to'be a candidate for will be observed at the forth known as Langdon Me;-'- ; the third, term therefore- - 'his Supper Presbyterii-- Church next Sunday morial School. other promises art not to be relied are Alt members morning. tj, upon. i A pre- BROWN MEMORIAL SCilOOL present, urged to be 2. ior seven years he wast i paratory service will be' hel(J in president", and during those seven Jennie Morrow MUter spent the church on Saturday evening. Saturday and Sunday with Saljie yeajs the very concjfujpu lie now Sunday night there will be a union pretends to combat viciously were service in the Presbyterian chuteh Stewart al the home of the latter more thoroughly developed than with preaching by Rev. George in Wildie. Georgia Amyx and Elizabeth during; all the oth'e'r periods in the Tinsley AH are inviied. country's history. Lemons returned Monday after a The day he became President Women's Club Prices Awarded. brief visit home Leila Albright spentSunday atfthere. were '4 lrults Qr combi The $ioprizes generously-offereTteonVBakinghrtciM -, nations, capitalized at $3,000,000- ner home iu Brodhead. by Judge R. G. Williarasof About a doaeu of the dormitory ,qoo and the day be retired from Was voted at a meeting of umnwmuitwvianv wgp JTTWJL the Club last May to ,fce divided girls attended the basket ball game 'office there were 1,020 such Saturday afternoon." combinations, capitalized, at $31 into two prizes, to be awarded to at Brodhead Owing to the special interest poo.ooo.ooo. the most attractive premises in Mt. IJJfl- Vernon with special relerence to Mrs. Langdon, of Baltimore, Md... ,.4. He permitted the Stee Trust bJnM4)vKiiH II nHP I greatest improvement made has shown in the school here tbej to acquire the Tennessee Coal and the , .' durinc the summer. The first name has been changed irom Iron Company!.. Its principal rival Wmim to Brown Memorial Langdon In violation ortho antr trust law. f I J llk U i 1 lfw prize has been won by the Memorial. Mrs. Langdon gives and forbade thepfjHfecu'tjon'of the Memorial School, the second by Mr. Tom Proctor. The Club, as more to the support of the school Harvest trust at Jtfie .reqnest of well as the recipients of the prizes than any other individual and the George, W.'Pejkuis, HIS PRES- C iVA M AAA NlJ , to' thank Judge Williams for members of the School are glad EN.T NATIONAI-CHAIRMAdesire UUU. Q&A. shown iu our to have this public recognition the interest he has I P-, JzZCZm 5. The man next' to Roosevelt, of the fact., ' lespousible forthe thjrtl terra town. Wehave jnat received another ri 79 I y tftl SWi,5 ? TST Vice-PrrsMde- nt - P'-nn- 1 1 j -- cov4. - Jl aw WE if 1 "jV MBBjlPEF f 'ff r H I '"' ""V l yy I I I I HERE'S TO OUR NEXT jn-tdie- d I tl-- .President WHETHER IT'S nutter which is elected and WE YOU start out to boy YOUR OUR store and select : (V Mid-dlob.ir- o, e Taft, Teddy or Wilson THINK KNOW YOU YOU a . - Guaranteed Suits & Overcoats at $15. a BULL MOOSER, REPUBLICAN or DEMOCRAT YOU out and we guarantee satisfaction 'V FISH'S Hfe Whether M.-ro- - 1 It-doe- s Fish SPECIAL attention to MAILORDERS THE HOME OF GOOD CLOTHES au t FURNITURE 4AEofare showing the best line YY show you before you make your fall purchases We have everything for the .home from the basement to the attic and-Golde- n I -- ''. - Furniture ever brought to Livingston. Let us u aj - Wim-TAJU- f E. L. COGkRELL Be-:tiuiu- m 1 T. v sik.. -- m-uns U i..' -- Roval I Baking VbsohifehPorQ lam Livingston, Ky ?.. -- 1 i4 1? if d Cov-i,,gto- Jft ffl ngv LXLja fmi md iaCi OATS W'! '.ta - 1-- . ' -- i tfedf ljm to kIfine of Men'sinand Boyf awt them all I aim the - De you want an Overcoat? ', KvWaJilr xYLtJVeM Vi&'KTL'i'i f. ' , Ypu wifl have to hurry They-wonlast long at the price I will . W . net30 t B-o- j . rf 'm r. XM . i. N; jVps JM& S. ! "Sjs-a -- i'l IX - i: mkt you ADAM KY. iffoDHEAD. ?7 t-- ,"ej- .;r a J ' i "s. , , , . " . . --- - j n , ,i .iM agfgwfigjw at .. , f :U, 3 mYi,V'iTa"Kri Mitel .The. fly, ifeJfefii'-,6Ve- r tad-MesiHffoflstigefotis'fl .Mtai Of "- cSaaaaarVrTlF! -U - -- ,T"lii r j'TiT -- inVTiini ariirr"1ll'irsii inn mfrrrnmsmiSrSBJKmmmifltMMrn-witrt" r-- - s r.--vrv- "7 - i duriood'and ptiisonj us with IVpli'oid tintTcholera... The mosquito with. its bite injects into our veins majaria end yellow fever. The bacteria of consumption, or grip, are everywhere" present for' us to breathe into our lungs. The blood is our protection. It should contain, which flows through our veins and healthy red and white bloo'd .corpuscles capable of warding olf these disease germs. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery is a blood medicine and alterative arts-Hcs j&ith .yogyiieety3$ollect8 aliMfinyfetfrigerms diseases, spreads LAST NOTICE Meet 11 1 r 'mrrKtSHm w i i " tbLVJn r -- rftdiwrf7:jk. made entirely without uluohol, a pure glyceric extract ot bloodroot, golden seal,. ' Oregon grape ropt.'&ueen root, mandrakd and fltonc root, which has enjoyed a. years. good reputation lor over-tort.. ins reiresning in--, ssk. ..;? nucnce.ol this .extract is like in am re s mnuence me diooo. jn the tonic whitsh gives life to the blood the ? the Body burn brighter- and their" increased ''flc'fmty consumes the tiisac ruboish which has accumulated M during the winter. . TJaMt. Tnwnxr . . ttfirl Zn ... ... ; J.LK'Ul. fl.k jri.19 K' wtlitln " .Tnn-lV.y .um . .'ul Yiiila i IXie Last Notice to the Taxpayers of Rockcastle County, a J 2X tllC iOllOWingf YldilXlZQ. PlciCCS tO settle your tax : v Monday, . TM15 PRICE yi- ,' mm 'HS EVERYWHERE H IV Til Hum J VtKK. ttHH 11 fllh M ... r.rJ fovcjv? vtiteHst. Micn.ua. Magiiee. of National Military Heme, Kun: . "r wcrtttK.ir.si3 Crtyr.nl in UioEpnnsot 1877 UIo chills ana fever retumcli' Doctors and everythinar I tried failed to do me Rood. I toolc Onlrtmi Morlieal Discoverv advertised. TTCnnllv 1 cwr Ur anil-thIn about a year afterward chills vanished. on'e botUJ-of- t I felt theni oralris Jback coll Jgot another bottle and have never had any sym'jitTms of f.ver or afnlo since. That is all of twenty years ago. ..for I Iriji Ih - ch'IU ulvnt t'cive yeais befero I started to take 'Go'.dco -Pi.-rr-e - w w.:-.- T JDUDLEY and ORLANDO, -I Noyenaber . ' j 4VJL vv. f 11V I J Vv r AX J. X V . ' Tuesday, Wednesday,.. . " : 12 13 OWENS & ABNEY STORE, CLIMAX, M. Maguiku. Ksq. Hi: ZiJ ! :f Jieasciitjrztists ate foe liver ills . " --ryn---r Thursday' Friday, Saturday, Monday, : l 4I 14 15 16 on This label guide to the sleeve should act as a pei iJ Jlli li."l-"- .r"i" 0iiT "" 1 SV KJ S. IW v " fS"i"K"'ffi-S- In H fif B Hauti-mad- e "V." Z r. J P9 v. W ILDIE, IBRODHEAD, UrUiMjrUr ? " u Adit.id& Our line of Couch Caskets " v. isoinexcelled Coffins fu rnish ell - W "! 19 I Hearse sent to all parts of the County:- t r ; All Wi J orders by Wire Promptly Filled w. i'lfonf 91-S a, eox, XI: LEVEL GREEN, LIVINGSTON, QUAIL, MULLINS STATION, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, :" " " : 20 22 23 the man or young" man who is looking for the best clothes values to be obtained. This label stands for supreme clothes quality and style that can be obtained for $15.00,and insures absolute satisfaction. The clothes bearing this label are made of guaranteed woolens hand tailored f,and will give you two "full season's wear. i MT. VERNON, KY m m) The penalty and cost of advertising will be added December 1st To save the cost you must settle by that date, There is no use oE your taking any chances every, man cannot be a clothing expert the best thing to do is to patronize a clothier who sells clothes that are. guaranteed, then you will be sure to get full value for your money. When you go to buy your Fall suit, ask your dealer for Schwab's $15 Special- - you'll be pleased with the splendid value. Vain of. equtl marit in Schwab Clothe at $18.00, $20.00 aad $25.00 TT Xc-da-- y Hr - ii-- You'll find Schwab Clothes at Yesterday To-morro- w TO-DAY T. r J- - NICELEY, S. R. C. CHAS. C; DAVIS THE GOOD KOA D ADVOCATE WRITKS -AS FOLLOWS: WAY TO TALK. frUJItt (V.TTRW. YESTERDAY is but a dream, ouly a' Vision', oa kihoiiw urr j well lived makes every yesterday a dream, of hapI said at the opening of our but piness and every a vision uf hope, .ihereforfc,:,to.-day,- , h campaign that the rlgnt snouia brvftJyoiiit account to not yesterdaj- - nor i Jlt'SfcMTWAV prevail, and the election of la t T0TAUI THE Saturday Oct. 26 1912 has not VERNDN CD. changed my vieyvs'iu the least, Then our hojxj is th":tt all our moneys will brin you happi-nesand prosjierity. and all your reoollectious of yesterday will vet it did show to my mind conPRACTICAL THtVWCNGWW brin? you jjreat satisfacticn and all your, dealings and relations clusively that there is something with this Bank will Urmg you great prosperity UNDERTAKERS "' about it that was not exactly in BAN FUNERAL DIRECTORS, accord with the minds of the X NJT.VERKO$.rT.UCXY ...... Though we have lost and Sr people. ? J ''W:;ii. RlfiyARD'S, Caihier'' C. C. WILLIES, l??esidiiuf:: 9 EXBA.LXEKS the issue for the present yet the peoe'e throughout the county are Mt. Veriou, Ky, 3 thinking and thinking seriously about better roads. I feel proud of 'ORD;ei.( ROCKCASTLE CO., conviGitr 1903 bv the effort put forth by those who KOiOGG SWlIOieQUO) AND SUFmCtt' cbtyJNiSejJt: Term Sept '23, iqi2 ifc ! .nought so vauently for the cause Z Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of Whereas on the 6th. dav of of better roads, and know too that Si -v work for the company. r3 Farmers are beginning to bring A DOZEN REASONS WHY I they stand ready and willing at Sept. i9i?,a petition was filed in SHOULD VO PE AGAINST Hearse sent to all points th'e County Court in their corn. Local dealers are the office'-o'f'5- " any time to go again and do what SrOrders by wire promptly filled. yPBCi- - - .jl offering $2.25 .for immediate dePRESIDENT TAFT. ClerkfHRockcastle County signed they can to hold tip the good ro ds Manager! livery and $2.50 for delivery at Because: bv..2o-hjp;- al voters of the voting banner. Now that the first battle : Over These prices 1. Ho signed the Payne-Aldric.precinct of Rockcastle Count gathering time. has been fought and those that 2 Office Mt. Vernon Monumental Building PHONE 112 3 Crown and Bridge Work a specialty may and they may not prevail, Tariff Bill, and referred, to it as askjng a submission of the question All work guaranteed. oppose us have seemingly defeated Piuuuuuiuuuiiuiuaiiuiiiiuiiiiuiiuaiuiuiuiiuuiuuiiuil whether cattle or an' specie thereof but a good number seem to be the bes.. tariff law ever enacted. us lets rrofit by'jthis hard fought The shall be permitted to run at large takiuir advantage of theni. 2. He vetoed the Farmers Free battle, by finding out if possible. crop aside from being abundant W. List Bill, the Woolens Bill, and where the objections lie. I know. preclncif-osaid is extraordinarily god and we other bills r during excessive I there isn't a man in our county jpurftyj Itis ihdw ordered hy the hear no complaint of rotten corn tariff VdHKii-ir-iduties. court that a poll be opened in that is satisfied with the present prfe'c1?ict""at"fh'e " general this year, a complaint which was ssnr- -; ts trfflvolmg; ,H(fcgr I He has failed to take anv system of working- - the roads. heard- - ;on all sides last year.' ' 3. tff 9 V'infc Sy"J i Mtfe'rnnu, K'y " I fulfered, during girlhood, from womanly weaknti," election to be held in said precinct steps to lessen the present high, noticed in the various places in , Many faruiers:are feeding down in tlio hite reaidenp Horn.' and otlice the county that I'uave been, that for their fields, tfrUa Mrs. Mollie Navy, of Walnut, N. C "At last, I wu thehigh price of hogs cost of living. Di Myers tormcr$iWuvi'&&&&riw&ol ascert'iurfitig the everybody was n, 'of good and had to give up. We had tht ilniMt leadiiig them; 'to ""the belief that '4. He supported Ballinger in his VernOtr. Main St - precinct f everybody wants it eloctorg. All the time, I was getting worse. I had bad saMtoads, so what .J. vfie-voter'oJLJZM they cau secure a better price efforts to turn rich coil deposits . .nppn th; Question pelJa, that lasted from 7 to 28 days. In one week, after I whether or not for their com in that manner than in Alaska over to the Guggen- - does looz like we could have, and C. C. r am ready at any time to accept oaiL.-ui auy specie inerep.! suau heims. Save (Urdu! a trial, I could eat, sleep, and joke, as well as iATTORNE.Y--LAW..- t: Lb;prraiitVd'.tb f'ian at'iarge in by selling it at the' prevailing ' suggestions from. the people how anybody. In 8 weeks, I was well I had been an Invalid prices. . 5. He has used federal patro lage ve may improve our public roads ..; MT. VERNON. KY. for 5 weary years I Cardui relieved me, when everything A good rain and resulting season to maintain a political machine ; T St1' -ow my dear readers lets don't W. BETkiJiiUM, f..R.C. C. 1st failed." OFFICE. On 2cd'. floor o' would start' the tobacco crop to manipu.ated tn his behalf, ,Gopy ejoice over a d;.$at like this but The Bank ot" Mt. Verpon , bn.Churctf i' moving the farmers all being G. He abandoned his official rather street. Special attention given .S.:F;.' Bowman, C..R. C. C. weeD, forjit certainly is a leady to begin the handling of duties to enter into an undignified to collections. hard blow toward our little school Sept. the crop as soon as conditions scramble with his predecessor for Phone No. 80. and church houses that hold up ROCKCASTLE COUNTY We hear of here renomination. will permit. education and Christianity throughCOURT. and there a little "house burn" 7. He has lost the confidence of out dear old county. iSept. ' Term Sept. ?srd. 1912. from housing some of the early If yu are weak and ailing, think what it would mean, J.C-McCLARhis party and of the people. V I know we have men and good I toiywi, to recover as quickly as Mrs. Navy did. Whereas ouMhe 26th "day of cutting while it was wet. but as For more 8 He failed to support Dr. men too that fought this issue. Aug. lor2'aJmtion was- filed in an 30 years, this purely vegetable, tonic remedy, for women, UNDERTAKER and EMBAb Wiley in his administration of the' Nov it is. up to 'us togo to these . fJTfA the office of'"fee' County Court splendid one, m .fact one of the ; Pn . r, x uu toes used by thousands of weak and ailing sufferers. , T- axo ual. man aAA fl "uj.i oni UUU lfc gr possible svuaa of Rockcastle County signed by 20 best seen in the county for years They found K of real value in "relieving their aches, and His trust policy has helped is n our platform that they object 9. voters of the pains. Why suffer longer? A remedy that has relieved if legal of said County 4th Magisterial Lancaster Record. the trusts and brought no relief o and it it is rotten and. they can I Dis. asking a suband helped so many, is ready, at the nearest drug store, for m. .v us that it. is, take it out I to the people. mission of the question whether mm; at once, by you. Try it, today. HOW'S THIS? Mud at once inlist that man for the 10. His administration has re or any specfe thereof shall cattle WHfcfe: Um A4viMa DL Outtuooai Mtdidac Co.. We offer One' Hundred Dollars and caue. I am sure we will carry-thsuited in disappointment tie; permitted, to Jun .. at ' large in MIIKefc. MTf Reward for any case 'of Catarrh oond issue when we are able failure. Magisterial District ot said that cannot be cured-.bHall's ' to show the people it i to their County. 11. He is a reactionary. . It is now. ordered bv Catarrh Cure. Kv. interest. I want to thank, the x&jic&x: : Court th'aj aj oil be opened at Roosevelt, people in the 12 F. J. Cheney & Co., various parts of the who knows him best, says of hitn: a.u. ui me vuiuijj precincts in saia , Toledo, Ohio. "He has proved faithless to the. county for the hospitality extended Magisterial District on the 5th. We, the undersigned, have Ja'pd - others who day of Nov. 1.12 for the purpose known 1?. j. cjieny for the last cause of the American people. " to the speakers - for- - the roads move t.l:l.. nira per PORTO RICO'S NEW WONDER were rootersof ascertaining the will of the 15 years, and, .peiieve t.j only hope that we may get voters of said District upon the fectly honer'ablc irf all businsss , From far away Porto Ri,co add drawn together, i the able come reports of a wonderful question whether or not pattle or. transactions and. new closer future. shall be per- to carry out auyobhgations made discover' that is believed wilLL ' -by his firm. Yours better roads-- . vastly benant the people. Kamon 3 mitted to run at Jarge in said T ChXsj Ci Dkv'is.- - National Bank,vof Commerce, T. Marchan, of Barceloneta, writes District. 1 iaW ! B IHMaTMBaLaTlaTf 5i : Toledo Ohio. "Dr. King's New Discovery ifct bethurum, j: r; q. c. : Copy Att. It "' sider, chest 'Hall's Catarrhs. Cure is taken doing splendid work. here. . of For pains jln.; That Tennyson or Longfellow could take a worthless .4f. .JS: F,..BoVMATf, C. R. C.CI internally acting , airectiy upon! cured me about fie times dampen apiece of flanncjiuUh: sheet of tpaper and write a poem on it and make it worth blood and mucous surfaces j terrible coughs and colds, also v.uniuuci,iiiua xiuilu,civ, f"H.. ww. '::.? LI J75J000-tha- ts genius and there are others who can TR'ATIN WITH Ithe :m of the system. Testimonials sent my brother of a severe cold 'm-hi- A on over the, sdift pf 1 , There write ji .few. words on a sheet of paper and make it worth f'n. SHIRT Mount Vernon MonumentaJ, cbest.and more than '20 other.s. free. 'Price 75 cents per bottle. $9.000.000 -- that's capital and this ration ot ours can take is nothing better. ,For.'. sale, by, hayo used it on my advice. We rinJ shirt from his back Sold by all Druggists. an dunce, and a quartea of gold and stamp upon it an Eagle-bir- d i j. taring Chas, Cir Davis. yet; Take Hall's Family Pills for hope this great medicine-wil- l an Ohio, man flaeced a train and money and some-o- our and'iaake it worth fO.-tba- t's ' be sold in every drug store ia t ;sh,,vd lJvfrpjn;,a wrecV, but T. constipation. . yoenf laies'will buy a hat for $1.25 bnt prefero one that Porto Rico '. For throat a mi lung1 QUALIFY FOR'A POSITION. Raleigh, !M Alston, a; JVfrocK: C once jre- cost $33. -- that's foolishness. 1 might sign my name to a A- - trial troubles it has no equal. If jou wish to qualify for a vtth'ElectHc DEMAND FOR GRAliUES w,uuunvu,cyoM o ,, 'VlDEALEnarpleidnd.: mem. ceequd for a $1,000,000, but it wouldn't be worth a ditne-tha- t'a H on at the oinT-nrerribtel. s1! 2 X Vi.f them," kjv '.Trrr DriD rrw. oirj-- i. a. 00c and. st.oo Trial bottle free.: rarticlilars. lea3t cost R.addresS u iLiLiuu Granite jIonun3tiifs rouge-- . But somepeople will tell you that they can Smith fyguxwoeu jBegan to use Wilbtir for Guaranteed by Chas. C. Davis. BUSINESS COLLEGE. swveyou as well as Chink butr-that- 's Estiinaltes fijrrnished hey rites', Vmy sumach:.. ,,b ead, nonsense-tr- y me. kinds. Business GoUeje.J Lexington, Ky. bacfe arid1 kkftiey's weie all badly Bankers, Officials,' Merchants y -'" on application. affected andnn livei was in bad ana otners nave written the re . ' 'IdonotbelieV4!tthere is any. C. MOOI Yours GEO. OWENS Propr: Sly-HitcfclK aud influential, Wilbur EXPERT WATGH MAKER olber mrdicine so ck. tor, whoop,. .meUine coueh as Chamberlain's, Cough rnne 112 'SrcJor&f&Zi ,1 .; .u Business College,' Lejc Vcrnon , A trialwiU con-- , 'fl j m writes" Mrs. FranpisL !Remedv" vjnee y.ou of their ..matchless luon, Ky., for its graduatj : Turoin. Tunction City,' Ore. This PHONE No. 39 iuertt for-anif'3-stomach liver QriTHe demand, frequently, haSVX-- " Eyes Tested and Glasses Fitted Free is aJonWrpitedfor All kinks of Jewelry Repaired. supply. .Jijdie5atrp Write" this (remedyand crojiPjj Por neleJay All work guaranteed. 'v t fiiou n ro..; " LswlU (Davis. College lor particulars. COX BIIaj?4ltK "' l ;'-I. iJV. .Q "F y- HOW TO USE A TELEPHONE. fili -- BAIcSITi'VEfeoN" s, I jti. g g CjBKBT fcTO 3 THE KtdWSTi VRMON H J. P. B5ft Dentist re. V OUCH METAL! CCASKETS Coffins and Robes. iBBS -- JX..G-Baker's-Sto- h I g 3 3 GEORCE OWENS, T. FRANCIS, rDentisf f Bad Spells ottb,e-t'U1dfrf)f'rKbvi9'r- ". i'il-fav- bed-ridde- WiUiriis, c saifl-preanc- v-- "-. Ate1' 2V . TAKE '. WomarfsTonic m f - ! 4k e ( s-- id Storiford. nt 3p3PK$ .' CHAS. a DAVIS f atfy."Sp-edttaeVe2- f- '' fr THE DRUGGIST SAYS . II ,' . -- s !' Manufer" tjpJl "'P'.. T - T '' i ? Vnlff'ma; y &tfWMib,5ikeo -- J. -- . Optician G. ,C truly DAVIS Mt. Ey. A3 &&: cifr XXX' .xm--cn- Sx$x&x paxNf 5H0V.S WE0UGH