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ROCKCASTLE DUMBER 7 i Mr:- lc; III If Z&sZ You Get Insured Quality in 4130 A Heavy Weight Guaranteed Blue Serge Suit at $18.50 The Masterpiece of Glothcraft Scientific Tailoring to show how good a blue serge suit could be made at a medium price, JUSTmakers first produced 4130 a year ago. It proved the biggest seller they ever had, because it was easily the best value in blue serge ever offered v" , at the price. .. , This Fall, it's even better. In fact, it's the Masterpiece of Clothcraft Scientific Tailoring. While not the highest priced suit in the Clothcraft line, it's easily the best that ever bore the Glothcraft Label and Guarantee. We quickly foresaw the popularity of this By producing this suit in large Serge quantities, the makers have been able Clothcraft Bluebig Special for Fall, and we've prepared for a demand. to put in it a better serge than would . otherwise be possible at the price. In fabric, fit, fashion and finish, 4130 is an exceptional fast and full suit. It's guaranteed color, full weight. Guaranteed also to hold shape and give absolute satisfaction in wear all-wool, ana service. t Before you decide on your Fall suit, come in and see The Clothcraft Blue Serge Special No. 4130. Examine the cloth and the tailoring. Try it on and notice the style and fit. If you don't decide it's the best $18.50 worth you ever saw, you can t buy it. We sell and guarantee all $10 and $15 Suits SUTTON & MCBEE The Clothcraft Store Precincts . .i BOOKFORD. "Mamy Todd this writing. is some better T. J. and I. L a land sale Sat- Martin went to Earnest Martin, a popular young urday near Walnut Meadow. stock buyer of Pas, was here Th ion,i WnuH tn tV,P Vanphn I Thomas Williams were quietly married last week. We wish them at a long and happy life- - Tuesday's Result In Rockcastle fl o Jl tn 1 M onrl cnrt nr rnmm nncr's 1 "Tfocf A.ft Trarmln IT 9G 136 St.52 94 42 ilUU LfUUICi LUUUUW WDCie . KaaUC -- . '" U:ra:nnr jp.wn no nnra jjuj nviw, aaic uuugiUf. West Mt. Vernon ..'.,... :.'I22 129 53 I2I 126. 54 Well we got beat on the bond he bought loo head of hogs for t" Roundstone 56 46 57 157 '57 issue this time but maybe we will the Pans market. He ht?d to pay 12 12 average of about six cents for Scaflold Cave 130 30 131 30 Ipnrn hvfi and bve. We an : 18 18 8 Crooked Creek 2b 75 95 can't see whv anyone should ' l Poriters. ;vir. ivianin is an 16 68 68 .,....! 70 county boy and is Orlando . 42 94 vote against good roads unless - Livingston-.- . .., no 129 ; 104 98 90 157 they have been eating summer making good in the hustling cap- I 60 Walnut Grove'. . ......: 65 jtal of Bourbon county. 65 77 30 M rabbits. You know that rabbits ': ."."" 'j . . v Browns . . .l9 72 45 117 76 38 Gov. Spoonaraore, of Preachers f..y seem to be very silly in summer. Brodhead .... 82 121 165 f. . -. . f ...T166 92 132 Last Saturday ana Snnday was ville sold to Brown and Law son. 16 62 6 8 16 Johnetta iV ...:. 64 regular church days at Clear of Garrard 125 hogs, 25 delivered Creek and Bro. Willie Rowlett now and the rest to go in DecemTotal. 859 1082 8.2 26 1 390 556 N was ordained as a minister to ber, at 7 cents. He sold to W. A preach the gospel. We hope he Todd 60 acres of corn on the Spoon- will have great success in the stalk at $3.30. per barrel. KOI am ore also sold .to Sam Carpenter work. 1 Miss Minnie Lake. 01 near 50 barrels of corn at $2 50. un'm Ti an Heats, who has beea sick for the W. P. Kincaid the local tobacco past two weeks is some better. '""w buyer has been picking up several NOW ON SALS Conard Cbrisman visited C. L. crops in different sections,, but hs Martin Saturday and Sunday. B. not begun to buy generally yet. TO ALL WINTER RESORTS Martin visited Hugh Linville He got 35ioo pounds in Garrard FARES TO SPECIAL ROUND-TRI- P Sunday. Mrs. Mary Vauhhn, of last, week at an average of about Boone, who has been sick for some 12 cents a pound. His principal time is some better. Hugh Lin- purchases, was the crop of J . B. Ling Return Limit Full Stop0ver Privileges. v ville, who was accidently shot some and S. P, Curtis.W the Hackley time ago, is aoie to oe out again. vicinity, whichconsisted of about v Three through daily, trains to Florida, via Queen & Crescent Mrs. W. H. Linville visited her 4,000 pounds for 'which Mr. Route. Double daily through service w Orleans. Elecmother and sister on Clear Creek Kincaid paid 10 cents for 400 trically lighted equipment, including Pullman Drawing-Roor-h Sleeping Cars, Dining Cars, and Day Coaches. ,& w Sunday. W. H. Stephens and pounds and 2o cents for the re wife, visited the latters parents mainder of itbe crop. Inferior For details call on any Ticket Agent, Queen, & Crescent JSutc, or apply to Htiday. Kizzie Jackson and lTournal. S. C. KING, Passenger & Ticket Agent, 10.1 0. Alain s Lexington, Ky. S ,. -- . lieirs, 1 laaL vvcc' 1 uiuiuS ""iu avwv .: 1 H c3 PS o o n in ? o P-- t 02 i , '- hPr ln ....... .- 1 Winter Tourist Florida, Cuba, New Orleans, Panama " to-Ne- 1 . few days. Mrs. G. P. Sutton, of LHVHL GREEN. Mt. Vernon, is with home folks this week. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. The farmers are always kept S. Lyons are at their home in busy it seems, they are now Junction City for a few days this' gathering corn and getting in By Largest Vote Ever Given week. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. l. E. B. Thompson spent a a Candidate for the ter, left Wednesday for Shelby-- j few days last week with honie-vill- e and Owenton. where they folks and gave a lecture at the Presidency willspend the winter. Mrs. Mary school house or Saturday night Evans, of Berea, was with herjn behalf of the Republican party, mi daughter, Mrs. D, B. Chandler, Mr. and Mrs. James Maret of this week. Mis Clyde Watson Mount Vernon were the guests of entertained a number ot pupils at' Dr and Mrs. G. B Lawrence last a Hellow'eeu party last Thursday Wednesday. Vi? Price and sister, m evening. Albert Jarrett also en- Miss Katie, teachers in the Eastern &?. tertained a number of his friends part of the county, were with the same evening Miss Mary their mother last week. Mrs. W. "S'vSBasSE 11.1 M Adams, who has been with her F. DeBord and daughters, Misses parents, Mr. and Mrs. Smith Viola and Kate visited Mrs. J. K. Adams, for the past week returned C. Lathin last Sunday. We to her home in Crab Orchard, i nderstand that they are expecting Wednesday. Mr. L. M. Brown, to have another good roads election That Woodrow Wilson won for of Louisville, is here for a few vVre certainly are in favor of good President by the largest majority days We forgot to mention in roads, that is by no means being ever given to a candidate, tells the our letter last week the' basket for the "Bond Ishue'. O. J. story of Wednesday's election. ball game between Brodhead and Mullins who has been in very Wilson carried 38 out of the Mt. Vernon high school boys poor health for nearly a year is 4S states. and girls. The game between the gradually getting worso. Yet we Rhode Island, Vermont, Utah, boys resulted in a scoie of 10 to 8 hope there is some chance of re and Wyoming were the only states in favor of our boys, and 8 to 6 in covery. Mrs. W. H. Brown spent carried by President Taft. favor of our girls. We are sorry Sunday with her daughter, Mrs. California, Illinois, Iowa, Kan- that we overlooked this item, but O. L. Batcher. sas, Michigan and Washington was sure that it would be menMr. and Mrs. ?. H. Shutts. of went for Roosevelt, and all thn tioned elsewhere in this paper. Bromo, visited Dr. and Mrs H. H. rest are lined up in the Democratic The games were interesting from Isaacs last Suuday. T. J. Brown column, with majorities from start to finish, and were largely is up from Somerset to spend a 50,000 to 300,000. attended. We are sorry that the few weeks with his mother. Vic Kentucky went 105,000 Demo- Mt. Vernon rooters did not get to Price came in Tuesday to cat cratic. present the beautiful boquets that bis first vote. A. C. Sowder the Kentucky elects U Democratic they had so carefully selected for oldest man in our community has Congressmen and 2 Republicans. their winuers. Too bad, sure. been very feeble for some time is Powers won by about 2,000. Mrs. John Robins returned home bletobeout. Mr. and Mrs. G. The House of Representatives Monday after spending a month E. Priee and little son. Clyde, will be Democratic by a large ma- in Pineville. She is considerably spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs, jority. improved in health. The post Chas. Riddle, at Walnut Grove. Judge Charles C. Turner wins office at Ottawa, together with J. J. W. Mullins. L. & N operator, Judge of the Court of Appeals of W. Brown's store, was totally de- spent last Sunday with his brother the Seventh Appelate district over stroyed by fire last Saturday Oscar. M.ss Dahlia Bailey was Judge Kirk. night. The loss to Mr. Brown is the guest of Miss Ora Brown Our big ' Rooster '' ordered for considerable which was partly Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. this special occasion failed to ur covered by insurance. Rev. E. and Mrs. Wm. Hurst spent Sunrive, as did also the returns M. Armitage, who has made nis day with George DeBoid who is which we ordered shipped out by headquarters here--for- the past in very pour health. The presithe WesternNowspaper Union in year, left for East Bernstadt, dential election passed . off . very plate form. In order that we Wednesday, where he will make quietly in this precinct, but very might be able to give our readers his headquarters this winter. little, said about it. There will be the latest and most accurate re- Mrs. E. B Newland is visiting her singing at. Friendship Saturday turns we fell tfpon this plan and mother, Mrs. Henderson, at Paint uight and also Sunday. the result is by the carelessness of Lick. A. M. Hiatt was in the someone we are left just at the Ottawa section, Wednesday, on time of going to press without business. Mr. H. H. Painter, of PORTO RICO'S NEW WONDER scarcely any election news, wl. "h Pine "Bluff, Ark., is with his From far away Porto Rico liasciused no little worry and - brother. George E Painter, of come reports of a wonderful new gret to us. Attorney E R discovery that is believed will near here. vastly benafit the people. Ramon Gentry was in town Wednesday. T. Marchan. of Barceloneta, writes George S. Durham was at home 'Dr. King's New Discovery is UU01WEAD. to vote Tuesday. Since the rains doing splendid work here. It us of the cured me about fhe times of have oegun it reminds Mrs. George W. Brooks. of promise the town trustees made 'errible coughs and colds, also Denver, Oolo , is with her mother, about street crossings. Of course, my brother of a severe cold in Mrs. M E. Wilraott, who is very his chest and more than 20 others. we know they have just over- haye used on my advice. We it sick. Mrs. Brooks went to Colo looked this matter, and we only several months ago on account of wish to remind them that they hope this great medicine will yet store in in everv her health, and we are proud to will soou be badly needed. A be soldRicV. For drug and lung throat Porto say that she looks better than she number of petitions are already troubles it has no equal. A .trial has in several years. Mrs. Linda being circulated for the postoffice will convince you of its merit. ooc and Sr.bo Trial bottle free. Benton, f Millersburg, was with at this place. In fact before the Guaranteed by Chas. O. Davis. Watson the later part Mrs J. F. polls closed Tuesday, a petition of last week Mrs. Benton, who was out. While this may seem a is Worthy Matron of Robins little prematura to some, we are ( chapter No. 1GG. Order Eastern of the opinion that the petitioners Star, was appointed Grand remember the saying, '"The early Warden of the Grand Chapter of the worm." Robert Kentucky, O E.S , which was in bird catches G.Wilmott retnrned to his home session in Hopkinsville the 23, 24 in Nepton to cast his vote. He and 25 oi October. Mr. and Mrs. will return in a few days on ac FIND QUICK RELIEF Thomas Baker and family, of count of the serious illness of his By the use of SWANS ON'S Wilton, were the guests of Mr. mother. John Sigman is with Francisco', last relatives in the Wildie section "5-DR0- PS" and .Mrs. Win. reL. this week. O. C. Wilinott Mr. and Mrs:-week. turned to Knoxville, Tenn , after Smitt, of the Hiatt section,, were casting his vote, Tuesday. Mrs. The Qreat Remedy with their, daughter, Mrs A. M. A. M. Hiatt has been real sick for Rheumatism, Lumbago, Hiaftlas t Su nd ay. Earl Phillips the past week, but is some better &9ia1io, Gout, Neuralgia, LaGrippe, KktneyTroubim of Wildie, was in town last Sun- at this writing Homer WaUin It las preparation for both internal and ester nal use that eivea crated tSiet to the safferer. "George Frith, who is was here the first of the'ifeek. day. Dr. . It bought the Win.. Mink AmN4 MteraaHy, U CM & Mhe aat J; G. located in Tellico Plains, Tenn., heirs' Frith of. land, adjoining the Takes internal M&ta iMssolvea inthe poiscufces restoring tho nSturtj tract substance an4 aiyi is with home folks this week. He fair grounds, at the MasterCom-mtssioner'- s B7StemtQwtnyco&eUtion. prepaid upon reOa BaBaiiixsr bottle, or Bont Mon f' ceiptBI price l not obtainable in your locality. to have selected this week, sale, the fourth seems " IWMiMtl MONUTIC CUM COMTJUCY in order that he might have an day in last month at S353.Q0. IHLateStrMt. opportunity to vote' fqr Wilson HOW'S THIS? and Marshall and on his account SWANSON'S PILLS We offer One Hundred Dollars Best Ranly for CwtstfeattM. Stek we are glftd that his first vote was Headache, Sew Stoma, not lost. The doctor is prepared Reward for any case of Catarrh UvarTreuM. attest; BexBelcMnc at Druabt aw li to do all kinds of dental work that cannot be cured, by Hall's 2lX Catarrh Cure. v.h;'. .here. Wade H. Leece, the F. J. Cheney & Co., popular Crab Orchard merchant, ami Quickly Toledo, Ohio. 1 s in town last Sunday. Mrs. arioso who, haVQ .BBBaiBaxv r We. the undersigned, trum or, Kaena. pln-V-0 Lida Why land, of Berea, is giving j War sfcla BBBBBBBK known V. J. Cheney for the last in mniii linn music to class of about twenty. 15 years, and believe him perttBllM. TBero boo need She will probably teach vocal fectly honerable in. all husinsss of soScrlmr.TQu s? "svBBBBBT. ca allr get . also. Mr. and Mrs: David transactions and financially able music stopla asd Webb, who has been very low with to carry out any obligations made TkBowa asVioITre-Dro'typhoid, are able to be out again. by hts firm. SalTr. It tea c&rctottr com Their son, Cloid, who has typhoid National Bank of Commerce, pounded olnt-siethat lor fif"" 1 Toledo Ohio. also is still very low. C. 0. How- teen years &a. praren Usvaloeaai Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken ell was at home the first of the m aeetteac-- keafc. internally acting directly Upon btgremedy for tnr m. Ehaptes, rwtataa " . week. Mr, and Mrs. John Evans WUHW9 PmEji trow single appUcatioa win usaaHy the blood and mucous SUriaceS aad acne, reHer, WWIB5HM. inwwmmi k!t irmatutit lnaasaare rejoicing over the arrival of a of the system. Testimonials sent Immediatewcciy Too tmrnimr.tne sorea taj aa Bi&uoa. avsviea ana democrat, and judging from the free. Price 75 cents per bottle. wS.vV ht ZS Satva la aev mat ceat aaciacee aad soid by aearly democratic majority, he must Sold, by all Druggists. . dmccisM. HUUBotohWilnltelayearleqriMyaS Ce. ran order dlreet from Swansea have voted last Tuesday. Arthur Take Hall's Family irlllS tor yoatake 8C. Catcao. UL. aa4tt w4H ba K. CBest. A aet - Anderson, of Paris, is here for a constipation. jld Bsea reeatet oc ansa. . w SON WINS For President Car-jfue- a& trm 55JSJtSv55 & -- I 1 -- RHEUMATIC SUFFEREiS for --- ... V &&y SKIf SORES HM 5T-B3JW-aratl- I J W9M BBBBBBBw oo I nt . 1 otHt-s- e 1 t rtSd KsMdr.for JMajM : aatlaTV . -- ) e5 larftiiu . um Z!S2K4TH&!te. wvLiiinni B2- Ti '-- m MT. VERNON SIGNAL afewweeksa80,tUemajorifcU "TEN -- i. J:j& GOOD REASONS Fotf anf5T" iAdMMMMMHtfMMMitoMIH iCV necessary HOME PATRONAGE". Under the provisions . - ir ot the ... xtjui 1noint- - juercnaiu. can Friday, Nov. 8, 1912 Constitution it is a dilMculc matter ,lnoHcate the e made by aj)y to vote a bond issue ,11 Kentucky responsible concern unyuhere on counties. A two thirds majoim L,lods of f,qiw, Published every Friday by jn ,he is required before a county may . ame .,,:.; ..,nri ' shn V)fllli, EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. tllj Batna assume an lnaeoteanes.i m excels basis of delivery and payment of its yearly income and revenue, j s 2. You can examine your Many of the voters are unreason$I.OO ONE YEAR UBSCRIPTION in the home m uvs and he I 3D BmI 13 ably prejudiced ngauiM houued' of satisfaction in11 debts aud no amount ot uiguuiu.it' vesting o'ir tnor-eyAdvertising rates made known on can influence them to support a proposition which involve, the, 3. Your home merchants are application issue of bonds. The good road ' ilways ready and Wibing to make advocates in Rockcastle county j ifjht any error or any defective "' but'ATtcle Prchaved. made a thorough canvass. MEMBER OF v inr h'une niTrhnits help they eculd not ill a lew short Sfl 4 KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION weeks overcome opposition of that 'support, through direct and A Picture of Contentment 11 Whether they shall be able',irect taxation, your schools. ' to do so in the future reunu .s to I'hurches and other public in All men look pleased when they smoke Bg be seen. The fight in any event SlltUfOilS. this choice tobacco for all men like the rich - JtS has not been "altogether m vain in Your home merchants help quality and true, natural flavor of Rockcratlc ci u lty wtil have bttie: nuke a i Mi lo.-n- l market for roads in future as a result ot it everything you have to sell, end Yi When a majority of the people of that msiri'et more than any other Don't forget Teddv. a county want good roads and are factor gives your land its present WE won with Wilson. willing to pay for them the situ- - v.ilue. lar.on assumes a most honeful 6. Your home merchants are Hello, President Wilson. Street ph-e- . your good friends, ever ;eady to ot State. Bayan for Secretary The campaign lor road improve- extend a helping hand in tune of KjCKcastle need. ment will Wilson won without .vrongful county and continue in Smoked in pipes by thousands of men everywhere -elsewhere, and if the kj 7. It this community is yood word work. known to cigarette smokers as the makings." will not vote lor bona people enough lor you 10 lhe in and We take unusual pride In Liggett & Myers Duke's 1?. other means lor het,termen make oar Wonder whom the Taft men $ Mixture. It is our leading brand of granulated tobacco moiiev in, 'tis good will be ound. Tney may bj l.s enough "blame it on". and every sack we make is ochallenge to all other tobacco to spend it iu. manufacturers. Every 5c sack of this famous tobacco Prosperity has made not the effective, but thev will bring some 8. The best citizens in this contains one and a half ounces of choice granulated degree ol improvement, and once slightest retrogiade movt mem so c tnmuiiiiy are lho-- e who believe tobacco, in every way equal to the best you can buy at any people are given an oppor far, at least not so you can notice the price, and with each sack you get a book of cigarette in and practice home patronage. tuu.ty to weigh the advantages ot papers FREE. The constant aim of the officers and it with the naked eve Be one ot the best. good road, or section ot road, they employes of this bank arti: If you have not smoked the Duke's Mixture made by the Jjiggelt Myers Tobacco Co. at Durham, N. C, try it now. The hopefulness of the political will be less iuchned to resist 9. The merchants in the disTO PROMOTE the interests of customcandidates on the eve ot the elect movements lor prompt aud per tant city give ,ou nothing valuable ers juat as they endeavor to promote Get a Camera with the Coupon those of the bank ; ability manent emeliorution ot nigh way that the home merchants can not coupons. With them you can get all sorts of valu Save the ion is only exceeded by his able presents articles suitable foryounar and TO DR. ALL T1IKY CAN to make the give you and the former can to make excuses after the elrction conditions. Courier Jouenai. old ; men, women, boys and girls. Yoirll be dealings of depositors agreeable and not and will no do for you many delighted to see what you can withprofitable to them: Elephant and the Moose they out one cent of cost to you. Get our new The things the latier do gladly. Card of Thanks: To our illustrated catalog. A a sptcial offmr, torn TO CONTRIBUTE to their enterprises showed so awful little speed, will send it free daring Smatembmr and Everv dollar kept in cir10. the conservative many friends and relatives of mi. October only. Your name and address That the Donkey distanced both of and titnuly counsel which a Henry S. Branamau we desue to culation iu this community helps Tri s&zJjXsfz pa a postal will bring it to you- Mm strong bsnkcan properly bestow; them and came outin the lead. txpsess oar sincere thanks foi" increase property values. Every Coupons from Duie't Mixture may te at-sorted with tars from HORSE SHOE. J.T.. entrance to the pie counter their kindness and attention aud dollar sent out of this community The TINiLEVS NATURAL LEAK. GRAN. THE PEOPLES BANK GE.1 TWIST, coupons from FOUR Well the boy s especially to Rev. Green Fish for that could as well be spent here is already jammed. ROSES (10c tin double coupon), PICK. PLUG CUT. PIEDMONT CIGAR- have fasted Io these many years, his words of consolation over the hinders the wheels of progress ETTES. CUX CIGARETTES, and. other tazs or coupons issued ty ut. and hunger is mean company. loss of our dear husband and and helps build up some other TZIBANK WITH Premium DepL community that could as well be They are hardly to be blamed. father. -, D. G. BAKER, President. (A&m (Si, e&mW'Mother and Children. spept hen: hinders the wheels of mm c&wAdV-Hats off to State Campaign r, tt Jtzg& progress and heips build up some Bv J.P.E. DRLTMMOND, Vice.-Pre& Chairman Camden. As an organ ST. LOUIS. MO. other community at your a?tf VALUE OF! F.L.THOMPSON.Jr., Cashier. izer, hustler and general live wire EDUCATIONAL THE CHICAGO STOCK CLAUDE C. COX.Ass't. Casq he was always on the lob. The SHOW. A GREAT BUILDING FALLS. Kentucky democrats owe him a This great show will be held wheu its foundation is undervote of thanks. from November 30 to December 7 mined, and tf the foundation of rtle Wonderful Palindrome. List If you want to make a suit of at the Union Stock Yards, Chicago healte good digestion is attacked field at of candidates now in th Here is a curious palindrome in work for the piano given clothes easy, go down to Munford The entries are greatei than ever quick collapse follows. On thf Latin' and of conrse 'ou know ville and get in jail. A new jail before, the quality of the stock first signs ot indigestion, Dr. away by B. 0. Anderson & tjon. what a Palindrome is- -a word, a has just been completed and the better and the interest among King's New Life pills should be There should be one hundred sentence or a verse wuicii reaas rpi,a i;taken to tone the stomach and or more by next week, jailer offers a fine suit of clothes to farmers, breeders and feeders regulate liver, kidneys and bowels. is as follows: the same forward or backwards & the first prisoner he has. keener than at any previous time. ' Pleasant, eas- - sale and bnly 25c Name of Contestant No. votes. but this one is composed so that at Chas. 0. Davis. the initial letters spell the first The New York Wokld says It may be interesting to state that Lillie Hiatt 13604 the International Live Stock Ex- word; the second let.ers of eacn that Wilson is typically Araetican, 00 TQ $10Q A MONTH Mattie Wilmott 4864 a comparatively ' For your spare time Experience not word spell the second; the third from the bottom of position, from in that he rose Mildred Robins ed1117 letter the third, and soon inclusive. Want an active man in this I beginning, twelve yeare ago' To- lntroiuce u8 to your friends, locality. Lizzie Gentry we pay the ladder unaided; whereas both 1630 It is said that such a thing is an cash benefits when sick, injured. Roosevelt and Taft were born with has assumed Such importance in ' and at death, for smallest cost. Free-In- Bessie Hamlin . 1 1 75 impossibility in English, but how the live Stock world, as to rsuder surunce and offer to first ap Ky silver spoon? in their mouths. Mary P.roctor I2-- 5 ever this may be it would be hard its annual occurrence an absolute plicant itom tnis place, write quick for Etta Cable L particulars. 1275 to dig ud anything in any language 835, Covington, Ky. Wilson beat two of the biggest necessity, not only on account of THE Dollie Johnson 3748 to equal it. It reads as follows: men produced by the Republican its being the high court of appeal SAUOR AREPOTFNFT OPERA COMPLETE LINE 1 102 Eva Albright ROTAS. party and there are some parties the court of last resort to stockLela Albright SIMPLIFIED SPELLING. 5364 Coffins, Caskets and Robes, who labor under the impression he men, but because it sets the "I am pleased to recommend 3338 Slowly but surely the fight for Lena Albright Mail, Telegraph or Telecould have beaten three, even four stamp of approval upon those of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy as 8202 simplified spelling gains ground. Gertrude Martin the best thing I know of and phone orders Promptly just as easily. Some people have our domesticated animals that are Susie Cabel 1545 safest remedy for coughs, colds wonderful faith. most in demand and establishes a The results in the past few years Mary ' Filled. ' Leat 1 1 75 and bronbhial trouble writes standard among stock that must have more than met the expecta1565 Mrs. L. B. Arnold, of Denver, A Mercer county man died be lived up to in order to realize tions of the associations which is Reeca Biooks Ethel Payne much-neede1052 Colo. "We haae used it repeatedly while making a fire. Mark this, for the breeders and farmers the pushing this reform. :$3ec$fcxaic sc Pearl Pnrcell 476 and it has never failed to give reEvery month shows gain for commowives, and take no chances on los- highest price for his produce. lief". For sale by Chas. C. Davis. 1615 spelling ing your hubby in such a way. The fight for Annie Mae Sargent The day of tho inferior animal n-sense Mattie Owens 14054 Had the good wife made the fire the slow feeder and the tardy reason in spelling no longer II 5656 ignorant prejudice Bertha Bustle would not money getter is passed herself, she probably and in arouses that 2475 have been a widow now. Nothing order to succeed and ob ain the and hostility it onoe did. The in- Roberta Brpwn 2210 sanities and inanities of our Blaneh Howell taking precaution. like best results in the shortest possible Orlie Ponder 1744 time, stockmen must breed lor ridiculous spelling are no longer Ada Ward sacred as thev wtre a few years 'A House divided against it.e'f the types set by this great interElla Harp 5568 3 Cost the hog raiser millions o dollars last yeae and nothing short of vaccination cannot stand" likewise a political national tribunal; follow its man- ago. Of all the stand patters the Annie Oass seemed to offer the slightest promise of c live. as the hand dates, adhere to its principles, spelling stiud-patter'i- s i75 the most party. It is plain 1015K writing on the wall that is at hand and abide by the findings of its amusing and it is 'a verv houeful Emily Sutton Prevention, however, is the logical solution of the question. Dr. Hess. (M.D., D.V.S.) ' 1359 has always maintained that iiy giving Dr. Hess Stock Tonic to tone up and strengthen every of the G. O. P. and judges, in order to breed that sign when a new idea gets planted Brdhead Graded School the finish Belle Kincer ' organ in trie system, to regulate the bowels, liver and kidneys, expel worms ; and also thoroughly 12819 every Democrat in the land should which is best, reaches matuiity in his thick head. disinfect the premises, sleeping quarter and runs with Dr. Hess Dip and Disinfectant, would Birdie Johnson 3231 at least have a greatful feeling the quickest and realizes the Chamberlain's Stomach and Florence Harris prevent an outbreak of this disease. 4700 for highest price in the shortest time. Liver tablets do not sicken or toward Colonel Roosevelt Delora Boyd 10706 heloine to do the very thine that Read what one of the big hog raisers in the country says : The ordinary observer has little gripe, and may be taken with Ollie Brock 1025 During 1911 our country was visited by one of the worst hog plagues ever known. the Democratic party has been idea of what this Exposition is, perfect sasety by the most deli Bessie Brown IOOO We fed Dr. Hess Stock Tonic, and only lost two head out of a herd of two hundred and trying to accomplish for fifty what it teaches and what it means. cate woman or the youngest child. Every new subscriber to the ten." Alex. Nevius, Modesta, 111. years. And then, besides, this It must be seen to be appreciated The old and feeble will also find Signai, gets votes'and everv iooo will be the finish of the Colonel, It must be studied to e under- them a most suitable remedy for renewal 500 Also note what bulletin No. 182 of the Kansas State College says too. about preventing H6g Cholei'a: stood. aiding and stiengthening their .There is little danger from a cold weakened digestion avd for regu b-"When we recall the conditions which favor the disease and the manner in which iU infection No more pleasant time can or from an attack ot the grip except takes place, it will be feen that feeding and caring- of hog- has much to do with the prevention of the lating the bove!s. For sale by AN INSUFFICIENT spent, no more practical lessons when followed by pneumonia, and Cholera. Premises should be cleaned and disinfected regularly. The hogs thomselvei should be dipped Chas. C. Davis. every few weeks. Maintaining these conditions helps to keep np the vitality of the hog and in this way MAJORITY. this never happens when Chamber learned, and no more valuable troublss of all kinds are warded off. To aid digestion and circulation and to parent worms, thebilletia Among the cards sent out by iain's Cough Remedy is used. Rockcastle county voted a few knowledge gained, than by atreeommeuds a formula of Wood charcoal. Sulphur, Salt, Sodium Bicarhonate, Sodium Sulphate, Sodium This rrmedy' has won its great Hyposulphate and Black Antim davs ago on a good roads bond tending the eight days devoted the American Protective Tariff reputation and extensive sale by The formula, given in tahkipaenfnt nms weuM undoubtedly be benefkai but wM cost lhe Hag raitar about issue. The first published re- to this Show. The stockman will League, are, touching versts its remarkably cures of cdlds and 1 0c per pound. Now compare tbk with lhe fermwia far Dr. Hess Stack Tonk which ia vactfy superior ana! baa Mae ports of the result indicated that gain more real, sonnd, solid aud entitled "No Patches on my Pants" grip and can be relied upon with lhe test of 20 years. QUASalA, Digestive & General Tonic. Expels Worms. NUX VOMICA'; Digestive and. Nerve Tonic. the bond proposition bad been serviceable information by attend- Of course there are no patche implicit confidence. For sale by SULPHATE OF SODA. Laxative & acts upon taeLiTer. SULPHATE OF IRON, Blood Buildar Expels Worms. such was not the ing this Exposition than he can on the "pants" of the genMmen cf Chas. U. Davis. successful, but EPSOM SALTS, Laxative, COMMON SALT, Appetizer. Expels WoroiB. CHARCOAL. Prevents Noxious Gases. NITRATE OPPOTASH, Acts upon the Kidneys. esse. To have been successful it gain in ten times the period at of the American Protective Tariff Barbers are now antiseptic and FENUGREEK, Tonic and Aromatic. was uesessary that it shoald be any other institution. At this League. The patches are support- do uot mangle their patron, This preparation is compounded by Dr. Hess, (M.D., D.V.S.) and sold to you on a written indorsed by a two third majority Show he sees the best of every ed by those who are compelled to while beautifying them, but time guarantee and only costs 3c per month for the average hog. The definition of the ingredients breed, his field for comparison is buy their pants from gentlemen is no longer an object with them. and this it did not receive are taken from the United States Disensatory and noted medical authorities. The good roads advocates in immense, and his opportunities of the American Protective Tar ff Nowadays the barber mummifies Feed your hogs Rockcastle county made a good for practical instruction almost League. his pttients in towels and cloths, By attending this and lays him back in an operating fight. There were 2,27o votes limitless. ONLY A FIRE HERO, in the county, and of these Show, he combines business with but the crowd cheered, as, with chair. Then he soaks a towel in ctst to prevont disease and expel worms. Sprinkle the runs and sleeping quarters .with a solution f 1,179 were for the bond issue and pleasure, knowledge with pract burned bands, he held up a red hot water and coils it over This gave a ice, and education with example. small round box, "Fellows"' he the victims face, leaving one red 1,091 againsi it. only eighty eight, which It is the school of rapid learning shouted, this Bucklen's Arnica nostril exposed to breathe in wajoritr of ? Salve I hold, has everythit.e Then hercads' the mornone of the foremost coal, tar, creosote disinfectants known. Also dip your hogs with this solution was short nearly 400 votes of tl.e for the stockmen a free education for burns '. Right! also for beat steam boils, ing paper and .sharpens, razors when the weather will permit, anil you will have no loss f roam disease. number required to indorse the that remains in -- his head, and ulcers; sores, pimples, sczema;.cuts until the patient's 'face is so lb proposition. The result iu Rock- carries with it the methods where- sprains, bruise cooked j that the Surest pile cure thoroughly castle is similar to that in Whitley by the best live stock is produced It subdues infiamation, kills pain whiskers will pull ou'tt a mere Only 25 cents atXhasC.Davis' touch. comity, where, at an election held andmoEt money made. ?jt- kvp:' 4 ". Vt V ii. - suuuui une iwo-tmru- s. 1 i- S I pur-chpse- Birdsell uidi in n n it II i b.-fo-e r . ff ii im II II UU V 9 in-so- rt. jBBNSfet' VCr WV m 8 SOLD BY North Main K ?pMr' M. IP JOE NOE Our Alms fi m 9 i get-fre- fore-aig- ht r&m mm,?, tmsbLma yiks. ezFjgSpr 11 USZZ a. m - yxxijipixSycfpcx Brodhead need-cio- lt I GRANVILLE OWES UNDERTAKER ! lal-ee- Cabh-Bon- us -U d 3$ THE HOG CHOLERA SCOURGE OF - -- 1 : - Dr. Hess Dr. Hess Dip SBlbPall. Stock Tonic and Disinfectant too -- JONAS McKENZIE, 1.o. tl.00 malcr MT. VERNON, KY J - -- 1 -- 0 f V4i . ftw V -. . zt ,'.A. ,. .v-- . . .' ffmyrnf'in Tm73Brars for ihewnotnaffiiiraiTPisifs, .never ub iuuiiu. r" & The election proved less-- noisy .Old style .bphV Jcrats,--r and jeans Ky., Nov 8, 1912 Mt. Vernon, pants can be houuht at Fish's. here than expected. tJ xp "No. 79" wnen All are invited to the services wl People who are really busy, a Ito communi. y Ou tw With SlUNAJ don't talk about it - Thev work. of the Presbyterian Church next $ l)j ?, Sunday morning and evenings iQ I New suits, cloaks aud skirts u Fislfs Specif Bhe jfj 16.50 evry day at Sutton & 1 Serge Suits for rnen'is"the bigel pj McBee's. in America todav. Tr one 5 You can get a Clothcraft guar- value - .. The pas flow at the Livesay Well Ml anteed all wool suit for $10 at LOUISVILLC. NAHVILLC R R. CO. N . i .: Sutton &. McBeo's.- ) will yet burn "up to a height 01 !a TIME TABLE. W. M. Bullock shipped. this II ilirlit- C1U11 tati irt- -f H'liati llffUfr.1 ffl ICll JCtU l;LAl lit ll ifwlliL'll 4.46 p m weejj a car oa$ 0f walnuts con 22 acrtn The husband of a woman noted 24 nortn 3:53 a m sisting of twelve hundred bushels an 123 south for her extravager.ee in dress bad 11:38 . r The safety pin in common use VI a terrible dream. He met a 12:19 am cSoutb 21 Look for the today is not a recent iuvention. Tas. Landrum, Agent. It was used during the Roman strange collection of animals, Sign of the f several foxes, a beaver and sora : Phone No. 8. Empire. Feals, and they nad no coats. He BBSTOn Fish hooks like tho.-- made Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice wondered, and then the beaver mail matter. as second-clas- s were usitl in Switzerland 3000 explained: "We were skinned for years ago."' Thimbles were used your wife's fur"" The man smiled PERSONAL 2500 years since. If you WIN demand that kind if vou LOSE "So was he said. i A number of Jadies having re Stetsons at '$3.50. pay that kind. r-- V r Real in London L. T. Stewart. ' a big hearted F JK7 . Dr. J B.Green was &. ;.' quested the organization of a cook- farmer, of Wildie, arrested and Imported Valours at $3.50. Bring "your Sunday. ing c!as,5, one will be started as landed in jail here one Oscar bai.-derfriend " in, then yon can both "forget all about James Branaman wasovtr from soon a possible AnjT desiring to At the time of arrest SanWildie Wednesday. it :' except about tho style and quality of the join will notify Miss McCord. ders had with him, over in JackDr. R. W. Dyche was down HAT, which will always be a pleasant memory u I and J. son county, a horse belonging to Lost: Bttween inv shop Sunday. liom London Stewart which he had im&mwmtJx&it'.sx'x&Ejxini W. Baker's resideace, pair of Mr. Robert Harry Miller is home glasses in black case. Finder will borrowed" to ride to his brother's from Morristown, Tenn, please return them to me and re funeral. Sauders promised to reMrs. Linda Benton was the guest ceive reward. turn the hore in two days bu of friends here this week. failed to show up the third day and Mrs. Cleo W. Brown. Charley Adams, of Berea, was George Owens, the monument Mr. Stewart went after him and here for a lew hours Saturday. man has recently erected handsome louud that he had been trying to Tribble Bryant, telegraph opera- monuments to the graves of Mrs. sell the hotse. Since the arrest tor is here "from Miserton on a J . J. Smith and A. C. Hiatt, both reports have been coming in that this same Sowder has been guilty visit. of whom are buried in the Oak of a number of things, any of Other Catron, of Lincoln, was Hill Cemetery. We are showing one of the which would land him in the pen. in this connty last week buying Tuesday.'s election reminded us biggest lines of Ladies' and hogs. . The fact that all Fourth class of the old August elections years ChildrenVCoats ever offered Aich Albrfght is spending a few ago, when everybody got drunk postoffices as well as many other of the Government jobs hae day.- with Atty and Mrs. E. R. the people of this comity and had from 'one to a dozen fights. been placed uuder the Civil Service Gentry. We had no fights - Tuesday but Mr. and Mrs. Britton were here several times the chances were Acr, will cause some disappointment to those who were expecting from Somerset, last week, visiting pretty good. a postoffice or some other job their son, Roy L Britton. There will be a meeting" "of the under the W ilson Administration, yon'oifce' considerthe Miss Sallie Reynolds, who has Woman's Club at Mrs. Cleo if that order holds good when Mr. quality. been suffering from a severe attack Brown's homei "Friday i evening-- , f Wilson goes in. If the order of erysipelas, is some better. The stands as it is now there will be Nov.8th, at 7:30 o'clock. Mrs. Mollie Durham, of Brod-hea- report of the Program Committee no change in the smaller jobs, inI is with her son, F. L is to be beard and acted upon. up to cluding post offices, clerks of. all Ave. Durham, on Newcomb Every member is earnestly re kinds etc. Some say the Older Miss Prather, stenographer in quested to be present. will stand some say not. It is Atiy. C. C William's office, spent verv reasonable however to supuo to The order of the Eastern Star Sunday with relatives in Lexington. THE HOME OF GOOD CLOTHES pose that the precedence long grand chapter Daisy and Julia Fish held their annual Misses the victors C Hopkinsville two weeks since. since established, ex VC Filled Promptly with were with their grandmother, Mrs. at belongs the spoils" will come O Best Values in Stock They have 9558 member.4- in the Sarah Maret, near Wildie, Wed prttty near prevailing. Let it be 2E23S6 Mrs. Lida Benton, of State. nesday of last week. Brick laying r.is progressing on , A sae was made last TBrbdlTetfd, was appointed one of as it may, those who expect anyweek of Jim Smith, known as "Candy the grand officers at the above thing had "Better prepare 'for the the M. J. Miller store house. the old Sublimity Springs property Civil Service examination and Jim" bad his leg broken Jby- - 'a meeting. This old springs was established . . make ready for a uood one, for The Woman'r Missionary Society by the late Dr. Graham, of tree falling on him near his home Now that the elections are all without it, the chances of a piece of the Presbyterian church will Harrodsburg, in the Hiatt neighborhood. who built a mill hold its regular meeting on ThursTribble and Will Bryant, two over, it is up to the people to turn of pie will be rather slim. day, November 21st. at the home there, and afterwards a ho'fl. Rockcastle boys who are making their attention to their business This l'otel was run for years v LANGDON MEMORIAL. - of Mrs. Albright. good with Western Union ou the and keep the' wheels of progress' 'Mrs Cris Pitman, whoformei-- moving. For durpart we propose t week. K. C, were home last ot the old National Invitations were issued bv the Speaking of what a newspaper was to trv to give the news and to girls of Langdon Dormitory Hotel i.f Somerset. Mrs. Sarah Wallen has returned When Dr. to does in a community, the late U. this end we want to urge our are showing the best line friends in town for a Halloween S. "Senator Davis, of Illinois, made Graham establiahed his mill he from Texas to make Mt. Vernon to assist us in this put fourth the idea of using flour on Thursday evening ' Oct an address in which She, with her five party her home. he said: of ever brought effort by sending a good letter children, live on Adams street. ! Jacko'lanterns ;and ghosts "Everv year each local paper without bolting and from that snewsJor 31st. each week with the full vvWrA fonnH at thp pntfWnr-- oc nroll gives from $200 to Livingston us Wm. Mullins has resigned "5h'fs your in free mill came what we now know as . , ., 3? , locality, we nope 10 hear as scattered enrougn tne rooms. lines to the city in which it is "Graham Flour.". withU. G. Baker and. will from every one in the county. position show you before you make your During the evening marshmallows Jiocated. JNo other agency can or leave next Monday for London The following composition on fall purchases have everyWe have heard from oneor two were' toasted at 'a big bon fire and will do thjs. The editor, in pro- men is where he expects to locate. credited to a little girl: of a half dozen or more Jater a dumb supper was served in portion to his means, does more W. M. Linville was in a few sources for the home from the "Men are what women marry. days ago and told u that his son men who have said that they the dark. The iortune teller was for bis town than any other man, They drink and smoke and swear, basement to the attic who was accidently shot some were going to stop taking the one of the centers ct interest. and he ought to be supported, not but don't go to church. Perhaps time ago is doing nicely and will' .Signal. .because this paper sup After retresbments an impromptu because you like or admire him if thev wore bonnets they would. We were kindergarten and a chestnut race and his style, but because a local They ported the bond issue. soon be out again. are more logical than women which concluded the amusements. paper is the best investment a and aiso more zoological. Both Contractor A. N. Bentley was in unable to learn the nimes On Tuesday a mock election was community can make. very much, but we want Today men and women sprung from Louisville last week and brought we regret The tbo 'ocal papers :ire doing more monkeys, but the women sprung to say in unmistakable language held among the students. back two expert brick layers who of those people polls were open before school, at for less pay than a- 3 thing else on further than the men." are now rushing the work on the that all we ask may be, is just pay recess and at noon. Election earth." whoever thev M. J. Miller building. us what you owe us and we will official presided, one sample ballot A barber is now one of the finest Atty. and Mrs. C, C. Williams be more than glad to cut your was explained aud a heavy vote "1 do not believe there is any luxuries ot the leisure class, but Tuesday. to Louisville vYcut was polled. The result of the olher mrriicine so good tor whoop- the man who has to attend to his name from our list. The Signa 2Its, Williams will remain over supported the bond issue because election stood:' Taft Cough business and wait every dpy in a 3, Roosevelt ing cough as Chamberlain's days with her daughter, we believed it was right and to the Remedv", writes Mrs Francis barber shop while several several 17, Wilson 25. earlier Turpin, Junction Citv. Ore. This Irs. West, at the Henry Wate'rson": Mrs. Watson is conducting Miss remedy is also unsurpassed for birds are given the course of man who. opposed it from a Mrs. W. L. Richards" spent conscientious standpoint, we have Watson's classes during the colds and croup. For sale ny treatment has little time left for .:everal days with friends at Lex never said aught and never will absence of the latter in Frankfort, Chas. C. Davjs. the higher pursuits of life. ington, tier daughter, Miss badie! and thank God wehave too much Where she is attending the wed&S?- iwbo is in school at Cordome met sense and our views are too broad ding of "i her there and remained over a iew tojeensure the man who exercised The American Literature class days. the same right that we claimed for has concluded a study of the life ," Pr. D. B. Southard was in ourselves, "freedom of thought of Washington Irving and some $ We regret and freedom of speech, Stanford yesterday. of his well known'sketches, in- -' to learn that the Doctor will The bond issue was lost; the eluding, The Legend 6f Sleepy probably U&ve Mt. Vernon, an'd' advocates have gracefully sub Hollow, Christmas Eve, Christ will mitted to their defeat and for the mas Day, and The Christmas Din locate in that town, where-fctoe associated, with Dr. J. opposition it seems that their ner. They are doing some excell- victory should be sufficient Brown. to ent theme work. k , The vote calm their wrath. Believing that every girl should Drs. Hatfield & Hfrrfcis.Jhe dentists who recently located befe, showed that the .county was nearly have regular recreation out' .of "is: '; fitting up elegant offices oyer J, equally divided of those voting doors, a portion of the "day, at Adds fpr ome. man or some few the close of school is set aside, for G. Baker's store, are enjoying a .and One of them men upon ejihgr'de to attempt that purpose. - Walnut hunting splendid patronage, stays in the Mt Vernon office all abdydotasit were, of fchose upon and the fox chase over the hills, I have a full line of Menf s and Boys' the time, while the other v travels the othe sidet is bad policy and are among the favorite diversions. Pro Prescott, of the University of a scheme of revenge that has ssnding in to the office, here all Ppon the request of several I all to sell the Michigan, testified before the Pure to be finished. They take it never worked to tha advantage Jadigsplans 'are being perfected work days will have 'Food Committee of Congress, that the time about making the adjoining of those who attempted to do it, for a cooking c)ass for the ladies We are still for good roads and a of the town.. Further infoi mation Jtowns. acid of grapes held highest rank as an last long the price will bond issue to build them because as-1-0 time ana etner details will article of 'food and he regarded the rewe believe that is the only" way j be given later: make you ' LOCAL they can ever be built and to those sults from baking with cream of tartar A kinde'rgarten class, withMiss' 17. who "ijelerre otherwise we would Robertson dh- A.btflebi bo&rdin front of charge, has been baking powder'as vorable to health. .. . " I JJ .& N. watch inspector S. Q. Frank say siana L your convictions .but 'organized at Red ' Bad py '& School lins sboD will Announce delavs of oe man buulxku wj concede to House. A class-irochet kiwork Royal is the only Baking Powder made . IT rt.is trains 22 and 23 every week day jjke gajher man ibe'jiamej fight you anS sewing willr probably; be'"c6rP Royal Grape Cream of Tartar. 3i one hour before trains, are due. claim tor yourself ductedv"ato -- MT. VERNON SIGN&-,i,a,,u,'4- i Stronger Than! The XaW 'Shots ' c eimar ,. 1 79 rurnish CLOTHES THAT "TALK9' g . . J5, ! ... Hats' To OM-- I lection - Clothes that have proven themselves "VICTORS " tailoring art.. a t AV owarm i ats T HATS e to-da- v FISH I' s. Mm wjaf' iinHi' tifflvmmmm Let us -- TheWomen and Chiidren have been provided for At "TALK" to you about 'em Our Store - ii Our Prices Are" Low mWW d, Ladies' Coats $4 $5v I - oats $i). Ladies' SUITS Too Misses' Moil KJlyc Lit?! ' FURNITURE E Furniture Let rs-- w thing o We " - l E. L. COCKRELL Livingston, Ky. -- e J, ROYAL .- Bairns Powder Healthful DL:.'lestoheRiDd OVERCOATS aim them You wont in to hurry Do you want an Overcoat? - and next 30 They at I n . a, f '' T - f'i&i&t&iVitj i f tr - A " '- '. i- &?? j. V M. ADAMS BRQDHEAD, KY. u f " .4 ', r Vil. T -' &,. trv,i . iM- V St t ff-- - t' f' ,K 7 ' VVV A man cannot understand the torture r.ni suffering mnny women endure uncomplainingly. If the majority of men suHbrcd as much pain acd endured with patiencc?;the weakening sicknesses that most women do, they woulu ask for immediate .sympathy and look for a quick curs. Maa-- women have been saved from a life of misery and suffering by turning to the right remedy Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. a remedy w hich is tafi to take because containing no narcotics, alcohol or injurious ingredients. It is an alterative extract of roots, made with pare glycerin, and first tfiven to the public by that 'famous specialist in the diseases of woin Dr. R. V. Pierce, of the Iavalids,vHotel and Surgical Listitute cf Buffalo, N. Y. f WOMEN VAWfcii STOOGE 2 . TWO ARE KILLED And Others Burned stroys Sanitarium. When Fire De- - mil sk FORTY-TW- O iSIEHEi- WIRELESS HERO SILENT AFTER SAVING TWO SHIPS Operator Withholds His Name When Boats Arrive After Collision and Passengers Are Saved. Norfolk, Va., Nov. 6. Another her of the sea was born, it developed when the Norwegian steamer Nor.u ga and the Norwegian sailing ship Glenlui met in a disastrous collision Mns. Lizzie AL IlESsiir.nrETt, of Lincoln, Rob., 520 "C " St., savs: "I send a testimonial with much pleasure so that some woman may hnw iho true worth cf your reircdios. I was a groat cnGcier frc a form lo troubles but after takii.j one bottlo of Dr. Pierce's Favorito Prescription, which a frluid advil me t lake, I for.nd myself very much improve!. Ailrv iilvinr t'jrso mere bottlos, and using two . I found myself on tin Ikic& tf Dr. Pltrcc'K Jxt I'lTibk-troad to recovery. I was la poor health for live yeuia but now I am cured. women suffering from female weakness will "I hoj'o give Dr. Pierce's Pavorito Prescription a fair trial. 11 FXlats lies. HirriTTTiam. $ vulate and irmorct stomach, liver imJ . , bowcs&. Sugar-coate- d, tiny granules -. . - k " X rtra h&r ,s w V tf--y XULis i li. "V X a & uu M.' All Phone '94-- S Our line of Couch Caskets is unexcelled Hand-mad- e Collins furnished or! 1 Hearse sent to all parts he County orders by Wire Promptly Filled W. A; COX,! MT. VERNON, KY m Yesterday To-morro- w , W TO-DAY to-da- Tc-da- y YESTERDAY is but a dream, ouly a vision, well lived makes every yesterday :i dream of hapbut a vision uf hope. Therefore piness and every y bring your account to not yesterday nor to.-ila- THE BANK "OF MT. VERNON ' Then our hope is that all your moneys will bring you happi npss, and prosperity, and all your reoollectious of yesterday will bring you great satisfaction and all your dealings and relations with this Bank will bring you great prosperity. THE BANK OF MT.VERNON, C. C. WILLIMS, MT- - President. KENTUCKY V. L. RICHARDS, Cashier- VERftSO! - 0 At a meeting of the Board of Sinking Fund Commissioners on October 30th in the executive JaBmmm&Moffice the following program for the exercises which will take place on Arbir day, Nov. 13th. in connection with the planting of the trees in the rear o' Over U. G. Baker's Store. the Capitol building by til Crown and Bridge Work a specialty. All work guaranteed. Counties. The exercises will begin at 11 a. m. sharD and will be held 01 the portico in the rear of thi Capitol building. The program wi'! be as follows: Invocation, Rev. Jesse Mt Vernon, Ky CZ t TnfiTwj to the (Jitv SHIP Ky. Two lives wcie Louisville, snulfed out and two negro maids were painfully burned when fire, starting from a defective water heater, swept TAKEN BY GREEKS the Martinsville Sanitarium of Louis- ISLAND ville. Dr. J. W. Fultz, 66 years old, of South Parle, Ky., a paralytic, was Siezc Splara, in Aegean Sea, Whose People Were Massacred by the 'oasted after he had been abandoned Moslem Troops in the War of 1824 ,y his colored attendant in a bath-t'ooPowers Refuse to Intervene. Miss Elizabeth U. Sharp, 57 years Athens, Xov. 6. A wireless message old, of .Bardstown,. Ky., died at Norton from a foreign warship at Salonika Memorial Infirmary. She had been trapped in an electric bath cnbinet, says the Turkish army, which was de- -if d at Yenidje, about fourteen miles vhoro she wa3 taking her final treatiioai Saloniki, has reached that city ment of an electro-mediccourse. Miss Sharp was a sister-in-laof Gen- .a complete disorder. Before their flight from Statista, to eral Kennett II. Young, commander of the United Confederate Veterans of the southwest of Kosani, the Turks the United States and a prominent and pillagrd a monastery. They cut a monk to pieces, impaled a three-year- wealthy lawyer of this citv Firemen rescued Joseph" Ilceman of1' cl(1 :hiI(1 alld insscred many of the Lcuijvillp liiu il:s,fcts Edith Jarvii and : '; h't- :'tB of the town; llu' ul',,an consuls at bcutam Mary Ellis of Livermore, Ky., patients, th:it durmS the bom- .vho, in night garments, climbed from 5,,l'- iiaiouieziL oi uciuuer i.i many &ueii& the winaows of their rooms on the third floor and clung to narrow ledges fell among the peaceful, population and caused a panic, and many exploduntil taken down on ladders. d ckise to the consulate churches, mosques and schools. A TOLL ROAD COMPANY. " .a Ships Sunk by Mines. Constantinople. Nov. C. The Turk-'Somerset Citizens Have Project Under iu.amr Chance has foundered in Consideration. the Hack sea. It is reported that the passengers were ;rcw and forty-twSomerset, Ky. A stock company lrowncd. The steamer is supposed to will be organized here for the purpose have touched a mine. A Greek iner- ot building a pike from Somerset toj i'iiituian struck a mine in Saoniki Wayncsburg to connect with the Lin-- , harbor and was blown up. coin county pike, and from Somerset! Phe heir apparent, accompanied by to the Cumberlana river, to connect a brother and Marshal Fread Pasha. with the Monticello pike. The plan 'have started for the army headquar- is to use the route of the county road ters and put in toll gates. Gresks Occupy Island. The Fiscal . Court, it is said, will grant the per-- ! Athens, Xov. 6. The Greeks have mission. It is figured $30,000 will do occupied the Turkish Island of Ipsara, the work. The people of Pulaski in the Aegean sea, northwest of Chios, county are very much interested in The people of this island were massa good roads and propose to have, these! crd by the Turks in the war with improvements. Greece in 182 1. Turks to Make Last Stand. London, Xov. C. The prospect that MODEL CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL. a considerable portion of the deMaysville, Ky. Miss Jessie O. Yan- feated Turkish army will be able to cey, superintendent of Mason county reform behind the lines of Tehatalja Constanschools, has prepared an exhibit ot a the last fortifications before tinople, is not altogether excluded, but model consolidated school of Mayslick, tc will this county, which she will place on whether the Turks seriousbe able resistance maintain there any display at the Child's Welfare Ex-- , to the Bulgarian advance is a question hibit, to be held in Louisville the latwhich permits of doubt. ter part of Xovember. These include In the struggle with the allies the pictures of the school wagons used in . Turks lost more than half their transporting the children to thp In fact, the Servians alone schools. claim to have captured no less than 300 guns. This will certainly mili GOOD PROFIT ON FARM. tate against any prolonged stand a w - PERISH WHEN TURI' CHANLEE FOUNDEnS IN BLACK SEA. Look for the progressive clothier hi your town who sells Schwab Clothes. he is a good mau to get acquainted with, because he will give you the biggest clothes value for your money that can be obtained. Schwab3s $15 Special Suits are standard the price is the same in every city in America. The styles at sea last Friday. I -- h o The Noreuga arrived last night In a sinking condition in tow of the revenue cutter Onondaga, and is preparing to dock. The Glenlui is expect-'later in the day, when it also will be docked. The man to whom credit is given the wireless operator on the Xore'ja who declined to give his name, and whose desire to avoid notoriety was respected by Captain Hansen. When the crew was for deserting the stricken vessel the operator refused to lea his post and, with death riding tl" .gale, continued to flash him appeal d ' for help. He linaliv .aiding both short stations and ves- sels of the Atlantic fleet. The rescup of the vessels was accomplished a? they were about to founder. The Noreuga will be repaired at th Newport News shipyard, where 1ip eleven passengers. Including eisht women, and her freight will be trans ferred to the steamship Mex:cana. which has been awaiting her arrival. Tl.e passengers were on board the Onondaga. d 1.-- sue-c-d- are authoritative you will find clever models for young men and more, conservative styles for older . I men. j ' ' I I TEST NEW BIG COAST GUN ' I The fabrics are pure wool and come in a variety of attractive patterns and weaves. Every detail in the making of Schwab3 s $15 Special Suits stamps them as clothes of quality and style. We know from experience that if you buy aSchwah $ i S Special once, you will be so pleased, you Avill insist upon getting them always. War Department Experts Think 14 Inch Weapon Will Supersede 12 Inch Cannon. I New York. Xov. 6. War department experts who are at the Sandv Ifook proving grounds for a series of ests of a new 14 inch coast defense mn believe that the larger weapon is destined rapidly to supersede the 12 ' 'nch bore cannon. The 14 Inch typo it is expected, will be placed In the "anama canal fortifications, in Hon-- ' ilulu and in Manila harbor, as well as n throughout the Xew York harbor de-fe- You'll find Schwab Clothes at s?s. t artil-lory- The 14 inch gun, as installed at Sandy Hook, weighs 50 tons, while the "oight of the carriage, 2SC tons. The weight of all the "r the cun that move is 2C2 tons M10 vollilit ff nil tllf nii? ' is 10 tons. Each shot that is flrei $$ uses four bags of smokfleas powdr- - Z "eiehinir onnh 'T'O. 'ir-ure- pjmniHtniiimmmmnwnninimmnimnimmffliiiK Ss; &.. VERHON CASKET GD. 1 S5 nnnnfls:. nnri prists ( JL j&Ri&.R4i J. P. GREEN Dentist Paris, Ky. Joseph A. Wilson, a former diuggist of this city, has sold his farm of 232 acres, seven miles irom Paris, to John A. Bell of this county. The price is said to have been moie han $125 an acre. Mr. Wilson bought he farm eleven years ago at C6.25 an ere. More than 100 acres of the farm i excellent tobacco land and lifty-iu- e acres virgin soil. FIRE AT CARLISLE. Carlisle, Ky. Fire which destroyed bee house, summer kitchen and meat aouse with contents at the home of uke Mathias here and damaged his residence, which was saved by hard work. The total damage is about J300, witji insurance on the residence,) iui uuut; Ull L11C UlUUl UUUUIU&Sl. lilt origin is unknown. 1 W. T.FRANCIS, Dentist Ziegle-Welcom- e AFTER "GUN TOTERS." Home and office in the late residence Dr. Myers formerly occupied on Old 'Mayor Polsgrov Welcome to the Capitol Governor McCretrj Antiquity of Memorial Tree Plant ing and Its Beautiful Senti ment Judge James Garnett Arbor Day and Forestry Forester J. E Bartoi Planting of Tiees by Public Schools President Barker, o State University. Address, Lieutenant Governor MeDermoti Forest Planting iu the future Mr. H. F. Hillenmeyer. Following these exercises eacr county delegation will adjourn t toss a shovel full of earth on tla tree which it has sent, with such other exercises as they nun elect. MainSt.,"'Mt. Vernon. C. C. Williams, ATTORNEY-AT-LA- MT. VERNON. KY. OFFICE. On 2nd. floor o' The Bank of Mt. Vernon , on Church street. Special attention given to collections. Phone No. 8o. J.C.MeCLARY UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER Stanford, Ky. In the conscious little plot of ground formed by the junctiur of the existing and proposed automobile road Governor Mc Creary will plant one tree, a Burr Ok, for the State at Large so that slan ling alone in it solitarv splender it will be a me morial of the kindly feeling which has so long existed between him and. the people he has served so well, who hold him in such high regard. A band will be provided to furnish music during theexerc ses. Mount Vernon Monumental N. C ,ouce pre For pains in the side or dies' a wreck with Electric Granite Monuments of all Bitters. "I was in a terrible dampen apiece of- flannel with Estimates furnished plight when I began to use them,'' Chamberlain's Liniment and bind kinds. he writes, "my stomach, head, it on over the seat of pain, There on application. back and kidneys weie all badly is nothing better. For sale by affected and mt livei was in bad GEO. OWENS Propr. Ghis. C. Davis. condition, but four hotMes of Pone 112 Electric Bitters made me feel like! a new man". A trial will rnn.1 Look for the maker V guarantee and vince you of their matchless l0 Clothcraft clothes, $io,-$i- 5 merit for any stomach, liver or $'8 You can'fr'get a. $to guar-kidne-y FOR FLETCHER'S trouble. Price so cents antee, suit auvwhere else, nnlv at iat Cbas, 0. Davis. Sutton & McBee's , Mahu ' Mil tre r n Marbles Alston, and vented Raleigh, a faved it from a wreck, but H. T. TRAIN WITH SHIRT Tearing his shirt from his back an Ohio man flagged a train and FLAGGED Paris, Ky. Orders have been is sued to the police to arrest and search ' all suspicious characters iu an effort to put a stop to the practice of carrying weapons. The action of the authorities is the result of a number of shooting scrapes in and about Paris. The majority of the cases have occurred in the negro settlements. sjtantinople. The fall of Adriauople is expectcc' FINE YEARLINGS SOLD. daily. The occupation of Bnk, on tlw railway between laloniki and Kulcl Georgetown, Ky. Col. Kini.ea Stone Burgas, is the last link of the chain and Eugene Rucker sold at Latonia wholly cutting off the Turkish arpiioi six thoroughbred yeailing colts, rang- which have been fighting the grcj. ing in prices from 550 to $850. The battles in the cast from the scatterc sires were imported from England and forces in the heart of the country ano have been resold recently and re- the west. turned to their native heath. Comparative order Is maintained in Constantinople and Saloniki, but ap NEW MOpSE CLUBHOUSE. parcntly the nervousness felt in Eu iopp ever possible outbreaks is shire" Franklin, Ky. Officers of the Loyal by tin authorities in Turkey. In Con Order of Moose have leased the stantinople the government is r.l property, in North Main resdy scUing great supplies for the street, and are having some handsome army, and the likelihood of famine additions made to the property with a prices for food will add to the dilh view of converting it iuto a club- cultics. Anxiety has been partly relieved, however, by the arrival of Euhouse. ropean warships. Others are on the wav. FARM SOLD FOR $21,000. It is considered not unlikely that the of serious outbreaks in Ccnstan Maysville, Ky. One of the largest tinople may Influence the powers to deals in real estate in Mason county in several months was the sale of R. use diplomatic pressure to bring about e "M. Harrson's farm to William peace .at the earliest moment. Auctrla Sends Fleet. Kackley of Mayslick for $21,000. It J. Vienna, Nov. 6. An is one of the best pieces of land in fleet consisting of three battlethis county. ships, one cruiser and two. torpedo-boa- t destroyers left the naval station OIL EXCITEMENT IN WOLFE. at Rola for Turkish waters. Loses Winchester, Ky. Pumping has be- Constantinople 6. TheWater Supply. water supply London, Nov. gun on the new oil well at Cannel 3f Constantinople was cut off by a City, Wolfe county, and fifty barrels large Bulgarian force which occupied a day is being taken out Dr. S. It. Derkas at the'end of the line of Tcha-'aljCollier and others who own the well from which point the aqueduct will put down three others at once, supplying the Turkish capital starts, one in the Elk Fork region, one in ths according to a news agency dispatch "" neighborhood of the Caskey gas wells from Sofia. and the other on White Oak creek. The Bulgarian troops have occupied Big bonuses are being paid for leases. he region between Tcherlu and Tcha-mjMike O'Hair, a blind man, who owns completely surroundiing tho a few acres near Campton, had a well urkish force in thxt district. running 120 barrels to come in. 151-acr- story of suffering at sea is told by three of the rix suivivors of the crew Manager of the Criccieth Castle, recently lost in the South Atlantic. They are in i Office Mt. Vernon Monumental Building PHONE 112 S hospital here, having been brought j g: fiom the Falkland Islands by the Pa-- i nuiuiauuiuuiiuiiiiiiiuiiiuiiauniiiiiuiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiuiiiss: cine liner Oravia. When the vessel began to sink. from a leak, the lifeboat and gig were The gig, with seven on ' launched. EsIXl board, never has been heard from. In m.csent tl,!!0 the lifeboat were the captain, his wife ' Although fighting is still i rjcccdinj anl son, and fourteen others. Four lino and corre died the same night and were buried on Lh'- Tchcrlu-3e- r spondents are sendii.g rcrcrts of Bul- nt sea. The surviivors had to row garian and Turkish successes in tha: 200 miles before they could hope to "I used to be troubled with a weakness peculiar to neighborhood, accbrdi.. to which fcidt sight land. women," writes Mrs. Anna Jones, of Kenny, 111. "For they draw inspiration irom, the ofiu When they arrived at the Falklands nearly a year, I could not walk, without holding my sides. cial announcement fro a Constanti: they were in the last stages of exople that the Turks :u-- j withdrawI tried several different doctors, but I grew worse. Finally, to be carried ashore, haustion and had ing to the Tehatalja i: .' of forts h where all but six died. Three of these our druggist advised Cardui for my complaint I was so not to be doubled, and : Is evidrr-tha- t were too ill to' be moved when the thin, my weight was 115. Nov, I weigh 163, and I am this fighting is iner. V an extei. Cravia called. sive rear guard action to cover th never side I ride horseback as good as ever. I am in movement of tha Turks toward Co: fine health at 52 years." PRINCETON MEN IN SMASH Tehatalja. In a circular note to Turkish air. bassadors abroad the Turkish gov crnment maintains that, although em barrassing, affairs are not def-rai- e and declares that when th' allies completed their mcbiictioi, Tur!:o had barely begun hers. The. note in siats that Turkey is siil able to main tain prolonged wariare. P.rply. Powers fvU kc Up tn the piesnt hour there is nc sign that anything La. come of th. porte's appeal to the powers for mt Xo replies have been rv diation. ceived at Constantinople, and ther. 1; little doubt that when they are rt ceived they will embody a dcclinatioi to consider the idr of proposing ai armistice. Apyarei..'.y F.ulgaria is ii no mood to negotiate peace at tn h-- The gun Itself renrescnts a o".!ay of $130,000. Each projectile SZ: w'.ll penetrate any armor yet manu S up to a distance of sever. y- d 1 niles. !ISiff PRACTICAL UNDERTAKERS FUNERAL DIRECTORS, AND g T E3I1JAL.1IKKS I TZi .Mt. Vernon, Ky,. s TELL STORY OF SHIPWRECK' Three of Six Who Remain Twenty-fou- r on the Cricrieth tle Are in Liiverpool. Liverpool, Xov. (!. Frorr. Cas- OUCH SETALI CCASKETS Coffins and Robes. Sr rs A touching Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of 5 work for the company. :rS Hearse sent to all points 3 SrOrders by wire promptly tilled. GEORGE OWEiS, " raHEiFirg Couldn't Walk! Classmate of Governor Wilson Killed and Former Curator of University Injured In a Motor Accident. Philadelnhla. Nov. G. Peter A. V. VanDoren, a lawyer of Princeton and a classmate of Governor Woodrcw Wilson, was killed and Henry C. Bunn. former curator of Princeton university, was seriously injured in an automobile accident near Bristol, Pa. The men were on their way from Philadelphia to Princeton, and it is said their machine skidded while crossing r. bridge over the railroad track and Ml 35 feet down an embankment. Mr. Van Doren was 50 years old. VENETIAN TAKE Th WomaiftTomc We have thousands of such letters, and more are arriving daily. Such earnest testimony from those who have tried it, surely proves the great value of this vegetable, tonic medicine, for women. Cardui relieves women's sufferings, and builds weak women up to health and strength. If you are a woman, give it a trial. It should help you, for it has helped a million others. It is made from pure, harmless, herb ingredients, which act promptly and surely on the womanly organs. It is a good tonic. Try itl Your druggist sells it Write to: Ladies' Advisory Dept, Chattanooga Medicine Co.. Chattanooga. TtMt, book. "Home Treatment for Women," sent free. J 5S lor Special Instructions, acd ce NIGHT IS BARRED Pre-fea- ! Examiner Brookfield of England vents the Display of Reinhardfs Production. r JjfptfXQlCS jtlirXJX- &X&&X - Austria-Hungaria- n London, Nov. 6. The, examiner of plays, Charles HV"E.' Brookfield, has prohibited the production in England of Max Relnhardt's wordless play, "A A large, company f Venetian Night" was brought from Berlin with elaborate stage settings, and was to have appeared in the Palace theater. CHAS. a DAVIS SAYS t 20.-tb- afs THE DRUGGIST That Tennyson or Longfellow could take a worthless sheet of paper and write a poem on it and make it worth genius and there are others who can S75.00O-tha- fs write a few words on a sheet of1 paper and make it worth this ration ot ours can take S3.000. 000 -- that's capital and gold and stamp upon it an Eagle-bir- d an ounce and a quartea of money and some of our and make it worth yoeng ladies will buy a hat for SI 2 bnt prefern one that foolishness. I might sign my name to a t's cost ceeque for a $1,000,000, but it wouldn't be worth rouge. But some people will tell you that they can S35.-thadioie-that's a, After witnessing the rehearsal the censor forbade the production on the ground that the whole tone of the performance rendered it unsuitable for the English stage. 'New Comet Is Discovered. Cambridge, Mass., Nov. 6. The discovery, of a new comet by Astronomer Borrelly of Marseilles, France, was announced In' a cablegram received by the Harvard College Observatory. a, - iStomach Pains and Indigestion caused me great distress lor two years. I tried many things for rolief, but got little help, till at last I found it in the best pills or medicine I ever tried J. C. MOORE EXPERT WATdfi V V MAKER Eyes Tested and' .Glasses Pitted Free ' All k,inke of JewelryRepaired. Optician BROS. serveyou as well as Chink but-tha- t's nonsense-tr- y me. Yourstruly C All work guaranteed. DR. KING'S COX TOP8K C DAVi S , , Mt. Vernon, Ky. 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