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Mount Vernon signal: November 15, 1912 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1912 mou1912111501_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: November 15, 1912 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. i . tkwmmt Published Every Friday VOLUME XXVI. MT. VERNON, Established 1887 ROCKCASTLE COTJETY, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15. 1912. - NUMBER 8 U... IUJ,!W v- mKfmMf You Get Insure dQnancy in tloU . ' 'J A Heavy Weight Guaranteed Blue Serge Suit at $18.50 et,v ... The Masterpiece of Glothcraf t 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 .. at the price. This Fall, it's even better. In fact, it's the Masterpiece of Glothcraf t Scientific Tailoring. While not the highest priced suit in the Clothcraft line, it's easily the best that ever bore the Clothcraft Label and Guarantee. We quickly foresaw the popularity of this By producing this suit in large quantities, the makers have been able Clothcraft Blue Serge Special for Fall, to put in it a better serge than would prepared for a big demand. Land-we've friends of both happy pairs join in COVE congratulation, and wish them S. T. Bryant who has been much happiness in their weded Miss Eva Albright was at home life. We will all he glad when telegraphing at Falmouth, is with Saturday and Sunday from the' the r2th. of December arrive, so homefolks. Misses Mattie Owens, Pongo Section, where she is we cm give "Joe" the glad hand Mattie Riddle end Hattie Lang-for- d teaching. Miss Carrie Frith was loo. attended meeting at Maple up from Gum Sulphur a few days Grove "Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Duke was up from Crab this week. J. J Painter, of Leb- Orchard Sun lay. Dr. W. F. W. A. Falin spent Sunday with anon Junction, was with his Carter was in Lsuisville Wednes- Mr. and Mrs. James Bullock. parents, Mr. and Mrs. George day. Mrs. George Brooks has Walter Browning, of Mt. Vernon, Painter, the first of the week been very sick this week. Mr. visited Mr. J. Bering Saturday Miss Elizabeth Gentry was here Brooks arrived from Denver and Sunday. rom Mt. Vernon Saturday and Colo., Wednesday night. Mrs. R. Mesdames E. J. Shepherd and Sunday, the guest of Miss Susie G. vVilraott, of Nepton, is here James Winstead spent Sunday Cable. Mr. Allen Hiatt was in for a few days. Dr. E. Brown with Mrs. dd Owens, of near J. the Quail section last week pros- was here to see Mrs. M. E. Maple Grove. Reid Proctor, of pecting. Cleve Brooks, J. N. Wilmott Sunday in consultation Morgan, has been visiting home-folk- s Marlow and Charles Rash were with at this place. Miss Ada Dr. Carter. Sherman, at home from Boston Sunday and Guebel, Elizabeth, and Douglas Proctor, of near Maple Grove has Monday. Bower, wards of B rod head Lodge entered the Langdon Memorial Willie Yadon was with home F. & A. M., were released from School, at Mt. Vernon- - Mrs. Dora folks Minnie the Masonic Widows and Saturday. Miss Stewart, of Clay county, is visit Hiatt, Cashier and Mrs. A. M. Home, in Louisville, in ing her Uncle Dave Stewart at Hiatt were the guests of Mr and order thet they might join their this place. Mr. and Mrs. Flim Mrs. R. L. Smith Sunday. Uncle mother, who has recently married Parrett spent Saturday night and John Sigman is with his son, a wealthy farmer near Glencoe, Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Levi Capt. Grant Sigman, in Corbin Okla. They left Louisville early Pennington. Little Miss Grace for a few days. Jones Fish of Monday morning for their western Riddle has been very sick, bat Mt. Vernon was in town Sunday home, and when only about is some better. Mr. and Mrs. afternoon. Mrs. Marion Sullivan twenty miles from Louisville, Henry Treadway spent Saturday of Williamsburg, is visiting her Douglas, the youngest boy, was night and Sunday with Mrs. father, F. Fraucisco, this week. suddenly taken ill. He was at- Treadwav's father, Mr. Milton Dr. Harris, cf Mt. Vernon, was tended by a physician from Lewis-por- t Baker, of near Orlando. Little in town Saturday. We underto Evansville, Ind., and was Miss Toy Bryant was the guest ot stand that he will be here every met at the train in St. Louis by her little friend, Susie Riddle two weeks prepared to do all auother physician, and taken to Monday night. kinds of dental work. Miss Cap-tol- the Masonic Infirmary, where he Miss Fannie Langford spent Tyree left last week for May-woo- d died at 4:00 o'clock Tuesday morn- Sunday with Miss Fannia Owens. ing. The doctors say he died where she will make her from acute pneumonia. Mrs. S. B. Ramsey, of The d home. C. C. Howell was at home mother and other relatives have1 Mt. Vernon, v'slted Mr. and Mrs. a few days this week. Mr. and our sympathy in this their sad j Sam Bryant Tuesday. Misses Mrs. Hubert Roberts, ol Junctiou hour of trouble. Docie and Nora Shepherd were City, were with relatives here a ' the guests of Misses Martha and GREAT BUILDING FALLS. few days this week. Allen Hiatt A Fannie Stewart Sunday. T. S. was in Mt. Vernon Wednesday. when its foundation is under- Bryant and Sherman Moore were mined, and if the foundation of Mrs. R. L. Collier, cf Crab healte ood digestion is attacked in Mt. Vernon Monday. There Orchard, was the guest of Mrs. quick collapse follows. On thftj is Bible reading at the school T. R. Cass last Sunday. Miss first signs ot indigestion, Dr. house every Sunday at 2 P. M. Mary Lear of the Hiatt section, ' King's New Life pills should be and Bert Hensou, of Danville, taken to toue the stomach and Chamberlain's Stomach and regulate liver, kidneys and bowels. eloped to Jellico last Saturday j Pleasant, easy safe and only 25c Liver tablets do not sicken or night, where they were married. at Chas. C. DaTis. gripe, and may be taken with The bride is the beautiful daughter i perfect sasety by the most deli ot Mr. and Mr--. Chint Lear, thf $50.00 TO $100.00 A MONTH cate woman or the youngest child. time Experience groom is a stranger in these For your spareactive man la thlanot need The old and feeble locality. ed. Want ui will also find us to your friend. parts. Dr. George Frith went to To introduce benefits when sick, We pay them a most suitable largest caah injured, remedy for Louisville last week, returned home and at death, for smallest coat. aiding and stiengthenlng their and first Sunday with a beautiful bride. plicant from this place. offer toquick ap- weakened digestion and for reguWrite for Dr. Frith is s fine dentist, and has particulars. lating the bowels. For sale by 835. CovJxKton, Ky, a wide circle of friends. The THE Chas. C. Davis. Or-pha- us a Mr-an1 -- BKODHEAD. ! Free-In-Buran- ce Cash-Bon- us -U 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, and service. 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. IG LOT SALE H E HEART OF We sell and guarantee all $10 and $15 Suits i-Jr SUTTON & LIVINGSTON. get our part of the divide up. i The Clothcraft Store hi Li MI, VERNON & Jr A A JL.. turned from East Bernstadt, Mrs. App Taylor has returned where she has been visiting relaThe police court docket has from Louisville. E. J. Anderson tives for the past week. There been very heavy here for a while' has purchased a house from Mr. has been a series of meetings goand the officials have been making A. Pennington and has moved his ing on at the Christian church, the trangrcssrr live hard. Several family there. UncleFritz Kruger conducted by the Rev. Garrett !iae been tried, convicted and was in our town last Sunday. Combs, of Morehead. Ky. James tined for taking too much bug We have been informed that the JOnes and Bill Owens (better juice, and one man, whose name stock law in this and Crooked known as Bill Het),have each ve will give later, 1 at'ier than be Creek precincts was defeated. purchased a farm in the Ford arrested, absquatulated (which We are prond for it would have Hollow. Walter and Sarnie worked a hardship on a great' Browning are attending sebool at means left between two suns). W alter Turpin has moved bis mill many people and it would not have Mt Vernon. J H. Owens is very near here and is cutting lots of suited this part of the county any- sick. Little Miss Elizabeth The L. & N. R. R. are, is attending school at Mt. lumber. I. .A Ketron, freight way. Leba- workipg a large force of men at Vernon. s ent, visited home folks at W. E. Gray has renon, Sunday Mr. and Mrs. M. this place erecting new bins turned after a two weeks visit in Mullins, of Paris, have returned which will soon be dojje. E. L. Canada. Mrs. G. W. Martin and home after a few day's visit with Cockrell has bis new house al- children are visiting relatives at most done, and the one built by Rowland. Miss Eliza Todd, of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Mounce. pic- L. H. Davis is almost completed. Level Green, is with her sister, The Junior order will give a Mrs W. A, McKenzie, of Mt. Mrg. J. H. Owens, of this place. nic November 28th, at this place. two Vernon, was visiting Miss Alice Will Yaden, after a few days' visit John Mullins still makes and three trips to Mt. Vernon Ward last week. Mr. and Mrs. with friends at Brodhead, has re-S. Beasly, of Mt. Vernon, were turned. every week. Wi believe he is W. T. Todd, of Level getting dissatisfied with single here Sunday, en route home from Green, is running a barber shop Jife Has any .one seen Elisha their country home at Ravenwood. at this place- - Thomas Farley had H. Witt was elected police the misfortune to get his haud Bullock since the election? In we could see letters in judge here Nov. 5th, and he says very badly mashed a few days ago. the past the Signal written by him but he intends to deal out justice to Bernard Haan is still making for tlie past few weeks he has one and all without fear or favor, his visits to Rowland. E. J. Anderson left Wed- been silent. Weep not Elisha, the Mr. and Mrs J. F. Neighbors government at Washington will nesday to take charge of an extra are spending a few days in Louis- prosperity will gang near Covington. J B.' ville. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Mc- a still stand and r .crown our efforts. We ourselves Hayse has taken his place as fore Guire, of East Bernstadt, visited have been silent for the past few ,man and has moved into the sec- - relatives here latter part of last weeks, being in the midst of a tion house. F. M. Smith hr,s sold week. J. E. Woodall, traveling IbSgelection and diiig all we could his farm to Bill ' Pennington for salesman of London, was here against that hateful stocklaw and '$150. Smith has moved into one Tuesday. John Seburn has pur-nowe are looking to be called to of the lumber company's houses, chased a house in town and. now a citizen of our burg. .M. L. tfeepie comtert Washington to! Mrs. George Poynter has re-i- s .' ' :, I '. .3V..V -- .j 'f Le-mon- Hamlin has mov-- his fnmi'y into one of H. W Bowman's houses on Main street. A. Taylor has moved into the bouse recently vacated by Alvin Reynolds. Attorney Ashley Owens was employed in a suit here Monday between D. E. Alcoru rind a man by the name of Level. Owens gained the case but it was appealed. Mrs. G. D. Cook and daughter, Miss Lida, have returned from Louisville. Well, the democrats have had theirelection and elect d every officer almost, from the Pacific to the. Atlantic. Guest; the repubs will have their.--, later, as they did not cut much ice this time. Well, for the pist sixteen years we have been capping on the wafers of Salt river, and know something of the solitude of that clime and our experience with that country makes us feel for you boys, but for the last six months we have been warning you of what was coming. You turaeu. a deaf ear, so now take your defeat like men and at some future date WE WILL SELL Saturday, Nov. 16,1912 SALE AT 2 o'clock 5 Fronting Main Street 2 Fronting Depot and R. R. Street 1 9 .- JLiO'fcs - Barn and Lot known as the Miller Hotel Property Building Stone, J car Cement and 1 This sale includes the DR. DYCHE PROPERTY. This is the best business property in town Also 10 car sawed car Plaster o. :ttl youmay rally your forces suffi- semi-weekl- y cient agpsu re the necessary 20 per cent to entitle you to a place on the .ballot. With Wilson inl the chair we look for prosperous times and at the end of the four years all can truly say success, to the democrat party. TERMS of. this sale is and one and, .with approved serunty, 6 per cent one-thi- rd ycash, years, ' w J- r -- -- .' -- Ffsh has something Ladies Coats at $5. ?.- special in &. Mr.s. Mollia Bjdjer C. B. Rider a: -- 4.. -- Z&&&2X' -- ,- - - sM fc v fe&. 5A J.Y& v i 1,4, 1& T- yr ' ' ' HPui MMMMmWMB(MCkb Htla'fc CWW.iw4.-- 4 NIT. VERNON SIGNALl!aboVn1hel'oadri,llM,c nope or ons be constrained ti beiieve that we1 Friday, Nov. 15, 191.2 are satisfied with the condition.-of the roads, but tint, - not the; cnse as everybody seems jo think Published every Friday by that our 10 ids houid he improver.. EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT, Ft can hr rlmif ;l.tifl p. s elf it 'lit is ever lastingly too late to ' ......iranorjlinn thf ......,. t.v ,..-- .. w... v. .. $I.OO hfnfir- .w UBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR us, even body I mean, studv-.ibouLft our great ro.id question ami Advertising rates made known on be able to talk with ech othtr in a sensible way and wrile our! application congressman to send us information on the question ol building! iI 1 ' nrf-Cfm- h ' t 'if! PROGRAM Child Welfare Conference WARREN 1. Iim of candidates now in the at work for the piano giveu away by B. G. Anderson & tion. There should be one hundred or more by next week. The hht field is m MEMORIAL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. j J f j , chairman or any of s:ood roads f plans committee and lets dovi-.by which we tnav take on a better! and more progressive spirit. ' urgaueu uo more i NTr euorib win v.fc. .. 4VII ttint nil PW.t.. nn , nrP over., engage the at lor auvaucenient in any cau.v . the next thing to tention of Kentucky Democrats is So business men, fanners, aud the election of a United States professional man bestir youiself Senator, to succeed the Hon and h t us do lor our county what William O Bradley. Who shall is our duty and you will see our it be? Thisquestion i frequently dea- old county with Setter roads asked and this paper is proud t UcWri entireties and letter school-r. in thp mnnnr.iinc. and that should be onr aim to co.. iTot Yours, - the- usual reply is, Gov. J. C. W . the tnd- UHAS. C. DAVIS Rplrham Manv dflmnrrats who were again-- 1 the Governor in his last race for the Senate aud weie CULPEPER SJFTJNGS Veallv glad when he was deiented will woik and votr for nlm in the Pa oring the reduction of govIn the primary next August. ernmental expenses the Hots past the Signal, has opposed the branch debatin club at its meeting Governor because we believed it Wednesday night resolved that was right and proper that we Brodhead and Ait. Vemou post should, but time has proven the offices be combined or c m&olidated error of our wav, and in the and moved to Mt. Vernon fair coming race the Signal will take grouuds with ol' Cull for mail ' great pleasure in doing everything toter. it can to bring about th The new brand of black linker election of the- - Hon. J. C. W. disht out to the boys election da Beckham to the United States Senate, an office which by right discolored and Ioosend fiuger and toe nails. and. justice he should be filling 01' Cull has studied almost thru the blue-bac- k speller and Ayel'a icer. should give Almanac preparin' to- - take civil BUT the truth 9. Wednesday Evening, November 27th, 8 O'Clock. to all Democrats a profound sense service exa'tni nation for post office "The Delinquent Ohild and the Home." Miss Sophonisba P. Breckinridge, of Chicago. "The Modern as Compared With the of responsibility a deep realization job. ,Obsolete Institution for Children." Dr. Hastings H. Hart, Rusthat the power has been confined Joe Spudds says the Donkey sell Sage Foundation, New York. to them for hard work and for flew, the Bull Moobe ran aud the public service, and not for mere Elephant fell down. rejoicing and U A. McDowell, Mrs. R. A. .McDowell, L H. Hellem had an eay time in f. Murphy. Emmet O'Neal. atfd stiiriess for the mere division iOMMITTEE MEMBERi Simpson, Chesley Swann. MUs France . being returned to Congress. The of political spoils. Enterta'nments. fun will set in when the army of Miss Pauline F. Withei spoon. Chair The Wilson victory is as clean office seekers begin marching on 30ME OF THE PEOPLE WORKINC. man. Caroline Allen, r. E. Bishop. Mis Mits. ON CHILD WELFARE EXHIBIT. Alas poor Hiram. Caroline B. Bourgaid. W. F. Bradbur as it is sweeping. As candidate the Capital Mls& E'izabeth Bieckenridge, '. i Brown, Mis. Stuart R. Cecil, L F. Dltl Mr. Wilson promised nothing he' No rose without its thorns. mar, Miis Emma Dolfinger, Miss Clar . Htch, Cannot within reason hope to carry Verily are the days of the A'cll Known Kcntucklans Enlisted It Piayser.G. C.B. Fiazee, Miss Nannie La Isaac, Powhattan V. Jame Ehorts for Betterment of CondiT. L,. Jefferson, Carl Joerschke, Carl . triumphed at no man's wicked short nd. out. He Lo even the tions for the Child. Kroh, Clifford 'B. Martin, W. H. Mc expense- - No regrets go with the ime of thuse who take that which Creaiy, Chester McDowell. H. E. Mon tague, Mlrs Madge Nave. Mrs. O. E prize. belongs to others. Pfouts. Yea dark The following are a few of the many Wymond,IV.illips H. Ryan, Miss Jane C Miss Emma Woerner. times have Overtaken the agents of committees workins to make the irrent Horn-is- . Welfare AFTER March 4 there will be one William who spitefully uzd Te Jdv ,...hild ....., Cnnferpnr-- .inri Pxliilii! ' Mrs. BaibOUr Mlnr'!retnrlp. Phnlntinn r i n. i a sueMrs. Alex Barrett. Dr. Lro Blbch. Ml- advantage in being a Republican. in the great cit by the still waters at iuuibwue, iNovemuer .ji-jAlevlna Booth, Mrs.' Graddy Cary, Mis jv3i3 You cau .blame every existing evil of the Elsie Flexner, Mrs. Leonard Hewett, Mn . Lake. They were smitten Hospitality. -- wis Humphrey. Mrs. Howard Lee, Mir on the Democratic party. Mrs. S. Thruston Ballard, Chairman. Caroline Lelb. Mrs. Fred Levy, Miss Mar hip and thigh as though Armaged-deMis. Gilmer S. Adams, Peter Lee tha Maivin, Miss Susan Morton. Mr.' Mi Callahan, Mr. Attilla was reached and its battle Cax, Jr., &. P. H. Danforth, Mrs. George Charles Wolfe. Geoige A Texas minister said the other Housing Conditions. Danforth. Mrs. Oscar Fenley, Mis. Samday that profanity was the nation s fought lost to William who mourns uel C. Ilcnning, Jlr&. J. B. Judah, Rich-a- AV.Miss Amy Brandels, Stuart Chevalie: Richard W. Knott, J. Gammon. Geo. Gray, Mii and refuses Mis.3 W. .tCnott, Mrs.Mts. Matt O'Doheitv, Helen Robinson, F.Mrs. Sampson. Lucie Norton, blight, but since the election there's 111 sackcloth and A. Mrs. Fiederic A. Sackett, Mrs. Jeffeiso"n to be comforted even when re D. Stewart, It. C. Ballard Thruston, Moral and Religious Life. nothing t ) cuss about. Hyston membering his tariff vetoes and Thomas C. Tlmbeilake, Mrs. Thomas C. Judge Quln, Chairman. Tnnberlake, Mis. James Ross Todd. Samuel J. Boldrick, Rev. U. Foote, Miss Nannie Lee Frayser, Thos. . As we scan the pjpular vote we other Trust accomodations. Program. TTnva Duv Hanfrra Gordon. fJnrfr Bernard Flexner. Chalrmnn. Joplin. Rev. John Little. H. E. Montagu discern that if Teddy succeeded iu Tha elephant fell down and IJMoffrvlfpn'Mn'lwi:3Rpnalie Pargny. Miss Madeline Rei Mlbs Mrs,, ger, Grover Sales. defeating Talt, Taft was just as broke his crown and the Moose Philanthropy. Place. successful with Tcddv. came tumbling after. P. H. Callahan, Chairman. Miss Frances Ingram, Chairman. Bruce Haldeman, Frank Dacher. John Anderson, Mrs. Alex Barret, Mir Lucy Barret. Mrs. C. Ferguson Browi GwirG to the long time between Coy run a tolalml fair race in Installation. Mrs. J. J. Caffrey, Mrs. E. N. M. Mas. Geo. Gray, Chairman. ratals there are a lot ol" hungry Turkey trot precinct. J. B. Alberts, Ji., Miss Edna Dolfinger, well, Mrs. Will Newman, Miss Ann' James R. Keller, Henry Klauber, Claude Selligman, Geo. L. Sehon, Mrs. Bernai s Over to H-- Ba-- school bouse Matlack, C. C. Ousley, Chas. Sneed Wil- Richardson, Charles Strull, Mrs. E. S. Ta Democratic in the shau, James Yunker. and other places in Shin Bone liams. country at present. Publicity. The Child and the Law. D. B. Goode, Chairman. precinct, hand bills from WashLeon P. Lewis, Chairman. V. Beckman, Desha Breckenrldge, J. Mrs. Cora Bain, Judge S. J. Boldricl A good roads advocate cant ington were handed out a few James F. Buckner, Jr., Father Louis Irs. N. A. Courtright, Julius Hlld. Judr Louis DItmar, S. J. Duncan-ClarV. P. Lincoln, C. E. Pfouts, Mrs. Emm help but do something to cause days after the laudslide: A. R. Dunlap, Miss Hortenae Hexnei, 5. Stair, Judge Muir Weissinger. Miss Miriam Gaines, A. B. Lipscomb, Miss the people to think of the' condition Longstreet, A. Great Political Clearance Cleo Long, Joseph Neumeyer, MissT. Helen Country Life and Schools. Charles ot our roads. Now that the Prof. T. J. Coates, Chairman. Randolph, Fred Schwenker, Harry SumSale: Mrs. C. P. Weaver. Vice Chairman, Underwood, Urey ions are all over and we have Our lease with Uncle bam mers, T. C.Ways and Means. "Woodson r. C. Dutton, Versailles, Ky.; Mrs. Cor. Wilson Stewart, Morehead, Ky.; Commis nothing .0 talk about of special having pra'cticaliv expired, and Chas. W. Allen, Chairman. aioner J. W. Newman, Frankfort, Geo. Babcock, Thruston Ballard, Alfred J red Mutchler, Bowling Green, Ky.; Ky Mle importance lets all to a man prom- having decided to retire to private Brandels, Mis. Win. Morgan. Llda Gardner, Carlisle, Ky.; Miss Jessii O. Yancev. Mavsvillp.. Kv w t. Tn,m Health. ise ourselves that we will do life, we the undersigned will sell Dr.. H. E. Tuley, Chairman. LCatlettsburg, Ky.; N. C. Hammack, Mor- ganneia, Dr. Phillip E. Dr. R. M. something to help somebody else, or offer for public sile, at our Miss Jennie Allen, Benedict, Dr. Barbour, ray, Ky.; Ky.; Miss Lucile Grogan, MurC. President Henry Barker, LexFlorence Brandels, Miss Lllla Breed, Dr. W. Ed ington, Ky.; Supt. T. Barksdale Hamlett. and get out of the position of National Capitol, Washington, Grant, Dr. Delia Hertbch, Miss Mary Frankfort. Ky.; Prof. McHenry Rhoade" Lafon, Dr. J. Rowan Morrison, Miss Linda Frankfort, Ky.; J. B. McFerran, Louiswind hat, we a- - men too often D. U on Monday, December, Ky.; 5. Neville, Miss Elizabeth Shaver, Dr. J. A. ville, R. L. Miss May Stone, Hindman. McFarland, Pres. K. E A Stucky. Dr. Trawick, Dr. Ap Morget luto, tnat of selfishness. 1912 the folio .ving property gan Vance, J. D.Annie Veech, Dr. Dun- Ky.; Owensboro, Ky.: W. D. Dodd. Mayfleld! Dr. Ky.; Emery White. Bowling Green, Ky. ning S. Wilson. Suppose this world was made up to wit: Fa'coner, Lexington, Ky.; Jay Schools. M.'s ' p'Daniel, Louisa. Ky.; Prof. J. L. Piiken-toof men that just thought of self One elephant aiout forty nine E. O. Holland, Chairman. Ellzabethtown. Ky.; W. T. McClean, J. M. Aatherton, Miss Elizabeth Breck Bardstown, and self only? What then do you years old. enrldge, Principal E. P. Chapln, Miss burg. Ky.; Ky.; E. F. Dayls, WilliamsOrvllle J. Stivers, Louisville, Louise Deltz, Miss Mary D. Hill. J. B. ivy. suppose wonld become of us, and Reld. Miss "One set of injunctions and McFerran. Principal O. L.Principal S. Ida Speed, Rudolf, I might spy again, what if the ' High cost of living", old enough Tinsley, James Pauline F. Witherspoon.B. Miss SETTLEMENT WORK. good master in creating man had to wea- -, Sired bv Gold Bugs ani Mrs. R. Industrial Conditions. P. Halleck, Chairman. wielded bis instrument, of creation Damned Ifr everybolv. Believing that boys and girla gain Lafon Allen, Miss Harriet E. Anderson, Mrs. Harry tnsnop, AiDert a. urandel: iu a selfish way, would we not, lots Brandels, Mrs. H. u. .uun, new and broader views through social Adele 0- - Republican platf rm, good Miss Robert Horner, Dr. Julia A. Ingram, gatherings, working Mrs. clubs and wholeof us, been very short in our as new, only been Dr.. ueorge a. noueriaun, jonn scnneiaar. some books, the directors of exhibit used for Cam- Settlement and Educational Movements. will show what the boy scouts are doMrs. John Little, Chairman. various places that we fill in this paign purposes Miss Ellen D. Gainey, Miss Mary Gates, ing, as well as activities of social Bet great world of trials and tribulaMrs. Krakauer. R. C. McDowell, Miss One Big stick, somewhat out Louise Marshall, Miss Fannie Rawson. tlements, the work of the travelling Sapinsky. Now I as a citizen of old Miss Ruth tions. libraries and will provide a mode of repair. Recreation. Rockcastle, would like to see her ohlldpens' library room where children Fred Levy, Chairman. One Financial svstem. well Arthur Allen. Fred J. Drexler. V. H. visiting the exhibit may read and have take her right positio.i od the front Englohard, Miss Victor Englehard, Wilseat, as one of the first Mountain supplied with Clearing House liam Hoge, Carl Gartner, Sam D. Jones. their "Story Hour." "counties in the way of pi ogress certificates and little cash, Roast Crow will be served bv the will be disposed of at the same A large quantity of Old Dinner tune at lass than cost. ana tne oniy way tnac 1 can Old Boys' Republican Club. G O P. Gone To Pat. Grand-Pa'- s hat?, Ccon possibly see for us to do it, is for pailF, Eerybody regardless of past Gone but not forgotteji' us to leave off so much strife and skins, Teddy Bears and Talt political servitude is invited. ONLVA FIRE HERO. t envy and all join hands 'as we did smiles. This stuff must be cleared away. but the crowd cheered, as, wit'fi boysr, and have some There will also be disposed of when but Joe Cannon, burned hanr'p he held up ' a spirit of, earnestness as we had at this time a large quantity of , , . Auctioneer, small,round box, "Fellows"! . then and avow ourselves in one old junk belonging tb Republican this Bucklen's Arnica Bill Bradley, & eolidcompact to stand for Rock-catl- e party Salve T hold, has everything; beat N v - v. a- .Manager G. rO. p. Tin's sale will positively occwr county's development. P.S.- - Through an oversight, forhurns'. Right! also foe boils. sczetna; cuts Jfow since the voters of our at nboyetime and place, recardleeailedto, mej&on Snrest 'pile cure cotrat" said by the way they voted of weather, as evuruh'ng must have several steam rollers of It sdbdues" inflamation, kills pain willing to continue be cleared out before 1913. t thr modern and approved type, which Only 25 cents at Chas. C. Davis' e S -- it w broaden our minds and . give us, KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION) better conception on road build mg . People, if you are interested :. i;i. t ii,:..i. ,.n.. ixc a iiiiun lue ait MUMHRl! OP rf i :.'iil Wh will find juu aic wine i ' - . Morning, November 25, 10 O'Clock. v Huntoon, presiding. Prof. A Opening remarks by the Chairman. "Foods and Feed in Relation Discussion to Infants' Mortality." Dr. J. Rowan Morlson. opened by Mrs. Letchworth Smith. B "Prevntable Blindness in Kentucky." Dr. J. A. Stucky, Lexington Ky.; Miss Linda Neville, Lexington, Ky. Discussion opened by the Chairman of the meeting, Prof. B. B. Huntoon. Monday Afternoon, November 25th, 3 O'Clock. A "Eugenics and Sex Hygiene." Dr. J. B. Marvin presiding. A "Eugenics and Child Welfare." Dr. John G. Trawick. B "Sex Uducation and Hygiene." Discussion Chas. G. Birtwell. opened by Mrs. P. B. Semple. L ' 3. Monday Evening, November 25th, 8 O'Clock. Mrs. Morris B. Belknap, President of the Exhibit and Conference, presiding. Opening Address by the Presiding Officer. Address, "The Community's Obligation to Its Children." Dr. E. T. Devine, New York. 4. Turrc'ny Morning, November 26th, 10 O'Clock. "Education." Prof. T. Y. Coates, Frankfort, Ky., presiding. A "Problem of the Rural School." Subject presented by Presiding Officer and Prof. Barksdale Hamlet, Frankfort, Ky. Discussion to be opened by Mrs. Chas. P. Weaver, Louisville, Ky. B Wider Use of the School Plan." Subject presented by Miss Pauline Witherspoon. Discussion opened by Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart, Morehead, Ky. 5. Tuesday Afternoon, November 26th, 3 O'Clock. "Recreation." Rev. Maxwell Savage, President of the Conference of Social Workers, presiding. A "Public Outdoor Play." Mr. Graham Romeyn Taylor, Chicago, Illinois. B "Local Situation With Reference To Dance Halls." Miss Ruth Sapinsky; Mr. James Yunker. General discussien on "Recreation" opened by Mr. Graham R. Taylor, Chicago. 6. Tuesday Evening, November 26th, 8 O'Clock.. Rev. Aquilla Webb presiding. "The Public Health; How We Aroused the State of Louisiana." Dr. Oscar Dowling, State Board of Health, Louisiana. Discussion to be opened by Dr. W. E. Grant, Health Officer of the City of Louisville; Dr. J. B. McCormack, Secretary of the State Board of Health. 7. Wednesday Morning, November 27th, 10 O'Clock. "The Child and the Law." Mr. Roger N. Baldwin, St. Louis, presiding. A "Probation as a Reformatory Measure, and What Probation Means." By presiding officer. Discussion opened by Mrs. Cora M. Bain. B "The Street Child at Night." Night Chief Patrick Ridge. C "The Work of the Board of Children's Guardians." Judge S. J. Boldrick. 8. Wednesday Afternoon, November 27th, 3 O'Clock. "Dependent and Neglected Child." Presiding, Dr. Hastings W. Hart, Russell Sage Foundation, New York. Opening Remarks by Presiding Officer. A "The Work of the' Kentucky Children's Home Society." Mr. Geo. L. Sehon, Louisville. "The Institutional Care of Children." Mr. O. E. Pfouts, Miss Elizabeth "Walsh, Miss Mattie Priest, Mr. Chas. Strull. Discussion opened by Presiding OffB. m Monday as follows: Name of Contestant No. vo 16 s Ulhe Hiatt Mattie Wilmott vlildred Robins Lizzie Gentry Bessie Hamlin larv Proctor Etta Cable Dollie Johnson e. 9 Iillltelllll Birdsell Q ET3 ? 486.1 11 17 1)530 11,5 12 5 D Eva Albright htxz. Albright Ina Albright Gertrude Martin Susie Cabel Mary Leai Roeca Btooks 1275 387c 1102 577 33. 8 92; 2 143 117 SOLD BY 1565 Ethel Pane Pearl Purcell Annie Mae Sargent 105: 441 161 15744 Mattie Owens Bertha Buntle Roberta Brown Blaneh Howell ie Ponder Ada Ward Ella Harp Annie Ga-.Emily S tton bro . . iu (jriadtd School Belle Kincer Birdie Johnson Florence Harris s JOE NOE North Main Street 565 4271 221c 1744 107 556S 117: 117S; J35 1297; 323 4701 Delora Boyd 1074 Ollie Brock 102, Bessie Brown 1001 Every new subscriber to tin .signal gets 1000 votes and ever' renewal 500 Our Aims The constant aim of the officers and employes of tins bank are: TO PROMOTE the interests of customers just as they endeavor to promote those of the bank ; TO DR ALL THKY CAN to make the dealings of depositors agreeable and profitable to them ; TO CONTRIBUTE to their enterprises forethe conservative sight and timrfly counsel which a strong bsuk can properly bestow ; There is little danger from n cold j or trom an attack 01 the grip except when followed by pneumonia, and this never happens when Chamber-Min'- s Ccugh Remedy is used. This rrn edy has won its great reputation and exteusive sale by its remarkably cures of colds and grip ftnd can be relied upon with implicit confidencp. For sale by Chas. C. Davis. The Kansas City Star in a special sa&: Wooarow Wilson will i.ive, on the unofficial returns, a luaralitv ol more than 2,000 000 otes. Theodore Roosevelt in 1904 ot a plurality of more than 2.500, 00 votes and n majority over all. 5ov. Wilson, however, was elected y a minority vote, the combined j riooevelt and T.ift vUe alone ex eeded the WiUon vote by 667,672. vlr. Roosevelt's plurality over Mr. .'aft is nearly 1,000,000 votes on he unofficial count. c 11 Uil of the unofficial 6gures n the ihree Candida is gives Wil-ovote, Roosevelt 6;398,997 ,3I5.805. and Taft 3.350,864. In 1908 Mr. Bran received a vote of 5,4"9.i04, or 10,107 more than Mr. A'ihon's unofficul vote in thi I n THE PEOPLES BANK TZZBANK WITH USHZ U. G. BAKER, President. J.P.E. DRUMMOND, Vice.-PreF.L.THOMPSON.Jr., Cashier. s. CLAUDE C. COX.Ass't. Casq ! 3&yO$3&& 3$DC383C GRANVILLE OWES UNDERTAKER 1 u - Brodhead Ky n Ath-ertut- i, election. am pleased to recommend Cough Remedy as he best thing I know of and Attest remedy for coughs, colds d "I COMPLETE LINE Coffins, Caskets and Robes, Mail, Telegraph or Tele- 'hambv-rlaiu'- s phone orders Promptly C 1 aid - Ma'' bionbhial trouble writes Irs L. H. Arnold, of Denver. lo. "We haAe used it repeatedly nd it has. never tailed to give relet". For sale by Lhas. C. Dais. Filled. & :C$3c9fc 3 3$33&33 iJPSKTWswn I '1 rir"-yiB- ' office-seeker- g THE Dcp-pe- k. HOG CHOLERA SCO.URGE OF Mac-Donal- Cost the hog ra'ser millions of dollars 1: st yeae and nothing short of vaccination seemed to offer the slightest promise of ic ure. Prevention, however, is the logical solution of the question. Dr. Hess, (M.D., D.V.S.) has always maintained that by giving Dr. Hess Stock Tonic to tone up and strengthen every organ in the s stem, to regulate the bowels, liver and kidneys, expel worms ; and also thoroughly disinfect the premises, sleeping quarter and runs with Dr. Hess Dip and Disinfectant, would prevent an outbreak of this disease. 1 country says : Read what one of the big hog raisers in the of the worst hog plagues ever known. 1911 our country was visited by one " During ten." Alex. Nevius, Modesta, 111. Also note what bulletin No. 182 of the K: n ms Stale ollege says about preventing li eg holera: takes place, - We fed Dr Hess Stock Tonic, and only lost two head out of a herd of two hundred and n, t NITRATE "When we recall the conditions which favor the disease and the manner in which its infection it will be seen that feeding and caring- of hog- has much to do with the prevention of the Premises should be cleaned and disinfected regularly. The hogs themselvea should be dipped Cholera. every few weeks. Maintaining these conditions helps to keep np the vitality of the hog and in this way troublss of all kinds are warded off. To aid digestion and circulation and 10 pventvorms, the bulletin reeommeudsa for.nula of Wood charcoal, Sulphur, Salt, Sodium Bicarhonate, Sodium Sulphate, Sodium Hyposulphate and Black Antint tablesooonful doses would undoubtedly be benefical but wouW cost the hog raker about Sma? Now fornre this with the formula for Dr. Hess Stock Tonic which is vastly superior and ha stoel 10c per the test of 20 years. QUASSIA, Digestive & General Tonic. Expels Worms. NTIX VOMICA. Digestive and Nerve Tonic. SULPHATE OP SODA, Laxative & acts upon theLdver. & Expels Worms S'JI PHATE OF IRON, Blood Builder Wo"s. EPSOM SAL.TS, Laxative, . SALT, Appetizer. Expels COMMON CHARCOAL. Prevents Noxious Gases. Acts upon the Kidueys. OF POTASH. and sold to you on a written This preparation is compounded by Dr.Hess, (M.D., D.V.S.) average hog. The definition of the ingredients and only costs 3c per month for the ' noted medical authorities. aretaken from the United States Dispensatory and Feed your hogs "Sprinkle the runs and sleeping quarters with a solution of to prevont disease and expel worms. known, Al?o one of theioremost coal'tar, yon will Jmve no loss from disease. when the we.ther will permit, and hogs solution j - Or. Hess Stock Tonic Dr. Hess Dip and Disinfectant with this dip.vour creosote disinfectants ' I -- tkte 'IpSlbif 1 ' .- t- JONAS McKENZIE, r 5lbPU 1.o. ; loo tbs.:.....,8;00 malcr MT. VERNON, KY fr , r V ' ,ifc'' v- - t rriw rf. rt ..t"T- - .. .. Mr. and Mrs EJd Holcomb, ot Orlaudo, ar; the pioud parents cf nw girh Mt. Vernon, Ky., Nov. 15, 1912 If you get It at Fishs its good. Fish's 5 Special Overcoats for The Lad.es of the Christian Wilt hold a bazaar m mpn tu thf warmest nronosition ,Church C id a P 'No. 7g when you. w anttoCommunl. Christmas c l to with 8IQNAL in town. County Cierk Bowman reports Preaching at the Christian that up to noon yesterdav thtre church Sunday morning and evenhad been 6 Hunters License ing by the pastor, Rev. Tiusley. i 'issued. Arrow Shirts and Arrow Collars in mauy desirable styles and John Cummins a prominent Louisville & Nashville R. R.Co farmer of the Mullins Station. 'm patterns for Fall wear at Fish's. died last Thursday I TIME TABLE. The pastor of the Presbyterhn-neiShborhood- : re alter a short illness of apendiciti.'P 4.46 p m church will meet his usual "appoint 22 ucrtn. nt Double Wedding: Miss Lucv at Livingston next Sunday. 24 noitn 3:53 a m m-Da,ley and Mr- - Lloyd Dowell; 23 south alive to the newest ideas 11:38 a ro Keep out the w ntery winds by Miss Rhoda Bowman and Mr 21 oouth am f tj;v.'o Kirr mar 12:19 for the benefit of our customers were married TuesJas. Landrum, Agent. overcoats. All grades from $5 up John Shivell day at the home of Mr. and Mrs HP he Store that is neither high priced nor for men-The-re Phone No. 8. Si Dailey. The brides are cousins "cheap." This is the store that nine out will be no services at the and are very attractive young Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice This is the store that nine out of every ten men Bap ist Church Sunday, Nov. 17th ladies. mail matter. as second-clas- s The grooms are boih prefer when they need anything to wear. Its as the pastor is away on vacation. prominent young farmers and quality that's high here; and prices low. In serSundav school at 10 a. in. PERSONAL both worthy of the prizes ttn-vice, value and satisfaction you'll not find the day exercises will be held have captured. Mr. and Mrs Arbor We cater to all equal. We favor no class. 5. C. Franklin went down to at the Court house tnis afternoon Shivell left the same day for a men alike, whether they have $1 or $50 to spend. Beitha yesterday. at 1:30 T. M. by the students of visit with :elatives in Green We are ready wilh the proof today W. J. Sparks was in Lewisburg Langdon Memorial and the Graded county. Tenn., during the week. schools The following is the list of C. H. and Wm. Mullins were of topics to be treated at the PresbyMiss Mary Lair, daughter in Louisville for a few days this Mr. and Mis. Chint Lair, of the terian Church next week during week. Hiatt section, and Mr. Noah the observation ot Home Mission on the Henson, ot Danville, eloped to Week. J. A. Landrum continues s'ck list but is very much im- Jellico Sundav and were married. Monday "Out Country's Debt proved. to Christ." A meeting of the Worn n's Club Tuesday American Indians Allen Hiatt was in from Brod-hea- d will be held with Mrs.' Cleo Wednesday to get his hunters and Africans. Brown at 7:30 touight. The proA LOT OF FELLOWS Wednesday The Immigrants license. gram will be furnished by the THIS FALL Thursday The Frontier and Cecil Wedehoe has returnedJ educational department AT snd all IN NEvV And the older men who want to look from a four months visit in Penn- Clnb members ara invited to be Island Possessions. young w are showing a big Friday American sylvania. Social present. assortment of Problems. S. T Proctor has iust finished The first meeting of the Ladies' Saturday Prayer and Fellowa nice house for E. L. Cockrell The most for the money in a Cooking Class will be held Satur- ship. Livingston. at Suit for Boys ever offered And day afternoon at 2 o'clock Nov. All people are invited to these they're everyone well Kruger was in Louisville dur- 15th, at Landon Memorial Chapel. F. by this house or any other services. pleased with the wear of the and $5 ing the week looking after some house in Amorica. All lad es who wish to join are Hats and pleased with the Special agent Cam Mullins was business matters. Terms asked to be present. styles. Those with the larsje conveitible collars are the stabbed by John.Grabiel at Loj-do- n Bring the boy in to- - lay or Mrs. A. W. Soward is here $3.00 for ten lessons. most popular. We show more cood clothes Sunday. Mullins had arWe can please you, too. to morrow . her from Barboursvjlle with than any store in town. CAR LOAD OF OIL. rested Grabiel and started to jail mother Mrs. Carmical. Just received a car load ot barrel with him, when a man by the name Mr. D. R. Brock, of London, oil from the Standard Oil Co., and of Settles rushed upstruck Mullins spent a portion of the week with will establish a station at Mt. Ver- and knocked him down. Grabiel his daughter, Mrs. E. S. Albright. non. When in need of oil call on then drew his knife nnd began AND YOUR FOOT AND Will Mullins returned from LonW. J. Rider. Agent, cutting on Mullins. When Settles don Tuesdav and told us he would Show Mt. Vernon, Kv. struck Mullins, Frank Mullins who locale there and open a tailor shop. was standing near rushed up and The Shoe To Fit It For the Whole Family Our most efficient Livingston Z. Emerick, the original Bryan grabbed Settles but in the scuffle, w r JLJr i'ji'. - .C. lVBlt ttlfiW'l UNION SUITS, 25cto 12 Every style in the man, is the happiest person in correspondent was very much Frank Mullins lost his balance aud against the stock law in that preRockcastle. He says Bryan did it. fell across Cam Mullims and had Fleece Line, Garment cinct voted upon on the 51b. Mr. and Mrs. Casper Adams, it not been for Oris Mullins a FOR MEN 25c to 1 each THE HOME OF GOOD CLOTHES Wa are told by one of his Liv younger brother of Frank Mullins Harrisburg, III. write that they of ingston friends that Bill in hi are the proud paren s of a fine boy. anxiety to vote against it voted who appeared on the scene, it is His remains were brought to Pine two weeks ago; it gives State wide Mrs. Sarah .Wallen and children in the square opposite the word very evident that the two Mullins' Hill, his old home, Tuesday for jurisdiction. The executive agent have returned from Texas and "against" which meant he wanted would have fared pretty badly at burial. advised Mr. Lawrence to call to have taken a house in the West the stocK kept up. Bill bitterly the hands of Grabiel and Settles. the notice of hunters through Mullins received a very painful end. "1 do not believe there is any local paper the fact that they denies it but some of his good but notseiious cut in the small of olher mrdicine so good tor whoopRoy Beazlev who was sick at friends swears it is true. could only hunt on their own the back which will keep him coi -- ing cough as Chamberlain's Cough election time but recovered at once writes- - Mrs. Francis grounds without license and not The two year old child ol Mr. fined to his room for several days. Kemedv'', when the news of Wilsons success elsewhere. Mr. Lawrence says he and Mrs. John Houk. of Maret-burg- , He was brought to his home Tues- Turpin. Junction City, Ore. This him. reached remedy is also unsurpassed for intends to inforce the law. lie fell in a jar oi water Mon- day and the lest report is tha.t he For sale by is appointing assistant wardens colds and croup. Pennington, a former Preston day and was drowned. The little is resting very well. Chas. C. Davis. in the various districts of the citizen of our town but now living feJlow, as we get it, fell in a jar are showing the best line There will be a meeting of the county. Bertha, was here a day of two at which contained just enough to directors of oftheMt. Vernon Fair ever during the week. "" Gamk Wardkn':-- J. J. Lawrence Come up over its head and in Association in Atty. E. R. of Mt. Vernon, received his comhas something special in son, Fish Mrs. K. B. Mullins and to Livingston some way got fastened so a to Benjamin, are with Mrs. Mullins' be unable to extricate itself and Gentry's office tomorrow (Satur- mission as Game and Fish warden Ladies Coats at $5. show you before you make your mother at Fountain Head, Tenn., died belore anyone found it. This day.) A full attendance is desired. for a month's visit fall purchases have everyWas a most horrible experience Mr-- and Mrs. S. L. Bales, of and the parents, who are crushed for the home from the We the undersigned strictly for Cincinnati, were guests of Mrs, at the loss of their little one in Wanzer at end a mnnnor. rprtninlv Tiavp the old. hunting or tresspassing of basement to the attic. Bales' sister, Mi ay kind upon our lands and Langdon Dormitory. cumnathv -... j,M..u.m; nt nil wm punisn Tjj tne extent ot H. Branaman Sr. a sub W. HOME MISSION WfiEK TO BE the law any one guilty of the same: stantial citizen and Hotel man of OBSERVED IN MT. VERNON G. S. Hiatt W. C. Johnson the thrivine little city ot Wildie ris in town yesterday. POINTED PARAGRAPHS. Practically all the leading religMrs. Butner has quit the board- ious denominations throughout the Many a bluff man has a wife ing houe business here and has United States will observe e t who can call the bluff. moved to Pine Hill to take charge week (Nov. 17th to 24th), as the There are a lot 01 cheap skates of the K. P. Boarding house. Home Mission Week. The aim of outside the skating rinks. Mrs. Sue Butner has moved to Home Mission Week is to so imProbably a woman tells secrets Cooking under modem methods and conPine Hill where she will run a press upon every man and every so that she won't forget them. E. B, Brown woman of everv evangelical deboarding house. veniences is made so attractive the whole If we could see ourselves as home which Mrs, nomination in this country the suwill move to his family is becoming interested. others see us, we wouldn't believe preme importance of saving Amer .Butner has been occupying. it. "These biscuits are delicious; thiscake.is Drs. Harris and Hatfield the two ica for the Kingdom of Cod. at&fr Some men go lame when ii Special services will be held in excellent," says the father. " I made them," ymag dentist who have been locomes to minding their own cated here for a tew" months, will the Presbyterian church every says the daughter, and both father and business. leave about December 1st. for night next week, beginning Mon daughter beam with pleasure. ' Occasionally a patient swears b day, at least oue union service will Danville where they will locate. hi? doctor, but more'often at him Royal Baking Powder has made homo Albert Albright, of the firm of be held, and one or two speakers will be here for the oc Listeners seldom hears any baking a success, a pleasure and a profit, and Albright & Sons, of Elgin. Pulaski The program appears good of themselves or cf anybody mill people, casion. county, the roller the best cooking today the world over is else. was here Wednesday soliciting elsewhere in the paper. done with its aid. If a girl's arms have pretty .business and looking after other Dr. D B. Southard, of Mt. dimples in them, she'll get them frnsipps's matters. Vernon one of the best known ' Judge L. Wf Bethurum and young physicians in this part oi sunburned. Chicago News. Hon. E. B. Thompson went to the state, has moved to Stanford REFLECTION OF A Wednesday to join in and will be associated with Dr Frakfort. BACHELOK. the Arbor day exercises at the E. J. Brown in his practice A girl specially wasn't fluting il mmmmmmmm Capitol and took for ,Rockca tie during the absence of Dr. M. she got caught. in Chicago. M. Phillips tree a choice maple Dr. The biggest liar thinks you are OK SALS I have full line of Miller, a on of W. H. Southard is a former student of and Boys' "J.J. a bigger one to say he is. TO ALL WINTER RESORTS Miller who left this county about Dr. Brown, add is splendiuly I aim to sell alt in the next A man can think he's an epicun eevea years ago, and located at equipped in every way for the SPECIAL ROUND-TRI- P FARES TO if he knows what's in corn fritters days will have to hurry. Ha Bridgeport, Ind., is here with bin responsibilities he assumes. The deprossiug thing about the and two children visitfng has purchased the home of L. wife last long the price will , . relatives intheoouatj. ft. uuguoa uu iuwci iriiiiu a licet,) bracing autumn season is how close Long Itturn Limit Full Stoy-Or- tr riiiMirfii make you County Surveyor Joe WiJon and will with his family be given it is to the Christmas gift season Three through daily trains to Florida, via Queen &"Crescent When a woman's husband loses comcordial weicoe o this wa in town yesterday, returning Route. Double daily through service to New Orleans. Elec his job she knows it's because the of the munity. Interior JournaL fcome from the southern part trically lighted 'equipment, including Pullman Drawing-RooThe I. J. is just a little $he?d of bead of the firm was jealous of ieounty, where he' has been the pieeping ars, urmng v;ars, ,ana uay oi bim.-Ne- w York Press. ipast week .surveying a large tract tkiee. The Pr.' has not moved For details call on any Ticket Agent, Queqa & Crescent ifetyfe f apply to of land for Will McKmney and yet but expects to before many Stevje Jones, of Cincinnati, forIS. C. KING, Passenger & Ticket Agent, I9f B. Mala St, LexiagtM, Ky. , weeks. merly of this county, died Monday. , JoeNortoiLv . MT. VERNON SIGNAL LOCAL "T'.I . 311 79 HAVE TO BE A "LIVE ONE" Now Days whether its athletics, politics or business. This is a Live Cloth in Store. ALWAYS .......,.. y EXTRA We've Been SPECIAL! Topping BOYS' Out 2 PAIR PANTS SUITS FOR YOUNG MEN $5 Swann Hats iWlliiiJill?D $10 $15 $18 at Show Us Well You ; BATES SHOES Sggg; ,lSii WE thing Sweaters UNDERWEAR I FURNITURE Furniture brought Let us POSTED We 1 1 oMW g Powder solutelyPure K E. L. COCKRELL Livingston, Ky. out-oftow- n OVERCOATS a Men's them You wont Winter Tourist Tickets now Do you want an Overcoat? and Florida, Cuba, New Orleans, Panama m 30 They at I -- d.M. ; ADAMS . s ; BRODHEAD, KY. . U A - e -- sss . --A ."-- " TBCTrtMMl &u . 'M h!VllilHn -- Ti' ' mmmam4tmmmmmmmtgBullmm ",'' "v ..'rVi4 ,&.; mmmmmmmummmmmmmnffliffliir CD. VERNQH r. Germs that get into the oody ore Iti'lcd in tw v.iys by the whiff corpur.clcp substuncc that is in the blood. Jwt what this of the blood, and by a gcrm-killitisubstance is, vre do not know. The blood of ti bcalchy person always has como substance in it to raid off the artock ot difcLS2. The lo.ictain head fcnn-kilUn- g and who of life is the stomach. A man who hr.s a vrcak and impaired stc-racweak does not properly digest his food will soon find that hi1? blood 3:as and impoverished, and that his whole body is improperly and insufficiently nourished. To put the body in healthy condition, to feed the sysf cm on rich, red blood forty yea's has and throw out the poisons from the buc'y, nottfni in tm excelled Dr. JPistce's Goldea Medical Discovery, a puis glyceric extract (without alcohol), of bloodroot, golden 6eal and Oregon grape root, stone root, mandrake and queen's root with black cherrybesrk. from tomcc!i troublo ana My In: bind '.wis a U. Maiiiik. of FrankImpure 'blood." writes 31i. fort. Ky. "He Lnd a, sore on his face that would form s scab which would dry and drop off in about a month, thou -t? li e r How The &oay kSSISs Genfsis j HANSFORD. Mrs. J. W. Ciomer and children spent Sattmlav and Sunday with THQUSJ ! her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Pitman, near Level Green, H. C. Kirby and family spent Sunday CHILD WELFARE EXHIBIT AND with Mr. and Mis. James Barron. CONFERENCE AT LOUISVILLE NOVEMBER Miss Rose Renner visited her sister, Mrs. Nora McLviuney last DMA YTO LU5' n Vi P 'V- - --V3 " Efflmmn mm $' 'ik.. "A)LI. , 1 ?8"t i Z fc- DKET r WOj . - j. S vf, '.atai OWci5' s - - y?-t'(',--If'"-?- PRACTICAL UNDERTAKERS FUNERAL DIRECTORS, AND 13 rj g S 21-3- 0. " 3. e. Masts;. 1 f Esq. All Phone orders S 94-- veU;. BE HELD IN BIS ARMORY A. W. Adams, of near Mb. Ver- TJ imnW.-it'lforr.. 1 continued this w.17 non, was in this part last week. another for a lonr itua. o tried every iirardy tn.ib r,i.y 0:10 woi.hi M. G. Kirby and mtnily spent For The Redemption of the Young of He then tried Dr. Pierce's j.iijr(?pst but found, no relief. xhe Present Generation and Future Golden Mod tcnl Discovery which completely curo-- hlrn. flo Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. 'John has staved cincd now for two years, and I recommend this Generations Gre2t Meeting valuabfo medicine for iinpuriiicb of tho blood." Graves. Mr. and Mrs. James Will be Held. Mur.i-- i :.v l.hu ..i'l".j rr-- :iv:;-orcDr. Plrr-- 's Pie -- rr rd'e" vrent3 of a stomach, liver .iiid uo.c.s. Jfino hoy. The protracteu meeting The Kentucky Child Welfare Conat his place closed last Sunday ference and Exhibit, designed for the a nh wo additions to Lhe church. ultimate ledemption of the children of Kentucky, even until the third and - I,i:tlt; Dorothy McKimiev is r. urth generation.: and primarily dei vry.sick. .John and Ulus Eullock signed for the reclamation of these f cltl1(--cthe present generation, . .. ,.' ' cousin l h.M cf the commodicus First willt ir vi.ij.-- " :i t. il.i( licllook. M.s-- . Heste Oro- Armcry in Louisville, November : t?.--. lh-The exhibit proper will be In of Miss i'uuuic Our line of Couch Caskets m . nier o""i cession ten days. The conference will ?Mfiuday j&jKithy evening. Mirs. is unexcelled te in session three days, November Mary BuIIdc'k spent Sunday nig Hand-mad- e and tho conference will be Cofimsrurni;' with Mis. I. V. Bullock. in the Warren Memorial PresbyMrs. H earse sent to all parts oi" S ra Kirby who has been sick for terian Church, corner Fourth and Broadway, one some ti mo is ble to be out again. meeting places of the most convenient the County in Louisville. Wihi-truRentier returned home That tho child is father to the man by Wire Promptly Filled last Ihursd y alter spending is the belief of those back of the Child to give the child Exhibit, several days with relatives at "Welfare an even and uz least break for health, lib- Livingston. Robot t Doan and t ,,.-.- ' wv family have moved near Pongo. MT. VERNON, KY We regret, to give up such good Jjies EX13A.LMKHS Mt. Vernon, Ky, " rs I: s wo-il- r A k i- - I-- OUCH fETAL! CCASKETS Coffinsjand Robes. S J i J f -- ' J t' i.-rj- c ill H I rrl Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of S 2 , work for the company. TTOvdc- -! hv wir promr.Mv filled TToarse :ontto all points t3 S g 1 lhe ccrenwn earner o c,c cjuc?,. mm 1 gt)fiico m It, Vernon Monumental - GEORCE OWENS, Manager Building PHONE 11,. t'j-;i- r Kegi-ircn- w n hI lJTt , .rfr 1 mi use n. uiiiiUuiiuuMUiuiiuuiiiuiiiiiiimiiuiiiiuniiiiiiiiiimu wMirvr' )MnMiHMW tj g di kl 1 . w. a. eox,i 1 neighbors. i HOWS THIS? used there were used in Chicago, and in addition $50,000 was expended. Their efforts were awarded by an attendance of 410,000. Exhibits have been held in Kansas City and Northampton, Mass., and are to be held ir St. Louis and Montreal. Then Kentucky Child Welfare Exhibit has secured nearly $4,000 so far,' but much more is needed. Donations may be sent to the Kentucky Child Welfare Exhibit at the Armory. The Child Welfare Exhibit has been ot accorded the hearty the Board of Health, Board of Tuberculosis Hospital, various charity organizations and the churches. Statistics have been looked up, information 01 Be Happy! Kappy the girl, or woman, who has never suffered from any of the diseases of womanhoodl Or, if she has been a sufferer, happy is she if she has learned of the wonderful benefits of Cardui, the woman's tonic! Cardui is a gentle, tonic remedy, for women's ailments. It is a natural medicine safe, harmless, purely vegetable. It has been in successful use for more than 50 years. It has cured thousands. It should do the same for you. BV Yesterday To-morro- w TO-DAY w Tc-da- y We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any caMi of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh On re. , , "1 nHSLOTlEPIG &. this Jilttccr.itci maslc Irkh i.ice , F. J. Chrnev We. & Co., YESTERDAY is but a dream, ouly a vision, well lived makes every yesterday a, dream of hapbut a vision uf hope. Thorefoiv- - , piness and every to-day- the J. known r I not yesterday nor to-da- y brhijj your- account to - 15 year-;- , and Toledo, Ohio. undersigned, have Cheney tur the LiM believe him pjr-- j J & TnLs Utile child , THE BANK OF MT. VERNON Then our hope is that all your moneys will bring you happN" will nf88, and prosperity, and all your reoollectious of bring you great satisfacticn and all your dealings'and relations with ,hls Bank will bring you great prosperity. yes-tarda- lectlv hoiierable in all busin-s- s transactors and fiuanchllv a"le jto carry out any obligations made oy nis tirm. Tui-- . 1'ittle child technical character furnished, reports on local conditions in various d jranches have been submitted and after being verified. The various committees total 220 men and vomen. But, as is usually the case here committees are appointed, a w active spirits do the work and the hers come strong on the suggestion nd. That the workers, the real wexk-is- , have been unremitting in their is shown by the splendiu results thieved. tab-ilateef--rt- s TAKE tf6fc " hSy K F Ulw The man'sTohic MT. THE BANK OF KENTUCKY MT.VERNON, C. C. WILLIMS, ERG3; President. W. L. RICHARDS, Cashier fa J. P. GRSSN-Dentis- t ROUKFORD. A. T. Abney and wife visitid their daughter, Mrs. W. H. Stephens. Sunday. W. H. Lin-vilwas in Mt. Vernon Friday on business. People in this part are beginning to gathe- - their corn. Joe Wren is moving to his property which he purchased from W. M. Sharer, near the Uncle John Kim-brele SrrKBSZ Over U. G. Baker's Store. Crown and Bridge Work a specialty. All work guaranteed. W. T- - Rev. Geo. Chi'dress and Shiriden Overbey began a few days meetat fair view church Sunday VTV'uUKCaL'v Mt Vernon, Ky ing H. E. Bullen has been deliver Home and office in the late residence lng oorn in Berea for 60 cents per. Dr. Myers formerly occupied on Old bushel. I. L. Martin was m Berea MainSt.,;Mt. Vernon. Saturday on bnsiness. Mrs. James LinvLle and daughter, Edith FRANCIS, Dentist ll phce. of Berea, were visiting the family ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, of W. H. Linville from Saturday until Monday. W. H. Stephens MT. VERNON. KY. of this working lor hi.-fOFFICE.- - On 2rd. floor o brother-in-la- place is E. J. McGuire neat TheBank of Mt. Vernon, oti Church street. Special attention given Richmond. Mrs. Anuie. Linvilh is visiting her parents at Rich to collections. mond W. T. Liuville is working Phone No. 80. for W. O. Auderson near Paint Lick. Mrs. James Bilhnger is reported sick. Dr. Robinson was called to see her Sunday. J. J. UNDERTAKER and EMBALMERi Martin and wife were visiting the latters parents, Mr. and Mrs. G V. Owens, Sunday. The link ft wL Mi SH iB j town of Berea suffered another small fire last week. One store and dwelling house burned. No on either building. j insurance -v C. C. Williams, indcrjriTten driI. Toledo Ohio. nd athletic contests by the E- H ill's Calairh Cine is taken eouts, Y. M. C. A., Y. M. H. A., tic r?." internally aciing directly upon ui ners, and many other crganiz.. the blood and mucous surfaces nc, will take place iu the Centr.. of the s stem. Testimonials sent 'ourt every afternoon and evening c Pr-copt Sunday. free Free moving picture "iJsi'ihrViLi'f i k . 2vi fW' 7cents per bottle. n Child Welfare will be given aftci by all Druggists. Sold loon and evening. Take Hall's Family Pills for ' On Friday evening and Saturday af constipation erty anil pursuit of happiness it.J aim ernoon, November the Histor 'i l.o i.urpose of the e. U.tit v. Hi h( al Pageant given in Central Park i: Crab Orchard, Ky., Nov. 12. wo aie dema for chi. .lay, 1911, will be repeated. The 19th. annual meeting o 11 en; what we are net doing fc: elr. The diref.ters and managers of tli ouiavilie Exhibit have been piejarir Fox Hunters' Association irea; v.h..t .ve cught to do for chi. 'or their great task since the Xation began its Mission here Monday The Kcnfielry Chi .' ViIfa:e Pihibi Child Labor Ahscciatiun heln its z. morning at the historic old Crab crnuatlcn lnvj Lr n in exhtsne lual convention in Louisviile h.st Orchard Springs The enthusiasm and inst ii hotel. witn tince go u .Tnu.uj, but ito wcik ha u stent? tlous, so ipliet. s bera ion arciued at that time has bed sportsmen and sportswoman and i:r."ttiu.-J.viLat few realize its ma? roductive of resul their blooded animals present from nitude r.r.d sccpe. Ecs.ir.ning the 1113.. hat Dr. Strongsuch excntlont asscrr unhesitatingly half a dozen states. The array of 01 ..e..:ov;: 21 at s ocicol: and las hat the Louisville Exhibit will be t' ing tor. d..y have a hounds at this meeting is said to opi c: tun::., tothe pub'.'c .vill vastnes nost enjoyable and successful. in V. 3110 cf tie history of the entire movement, an be the finest that has beeu seen in cf the . taking. The exhibit wl has secured the services of CC0 youn, he held at the armory and will be ope a number of years Louisville girls who are studying thci fion: 10 various parts and will devote thei. Reversing the usual order of the d: ily 10 o'clocko'clcclc in tho mornin until at Mit vith the e 'ull program, the all ngad stake was cepti&n ct Sunday ; nd Thanksglvin Tiibit time during the week of the ex to explaining the various exhi carded before the Derby lor the day, v.hcn it will open rt 2 o'clock i bits and giving information and the to visitors. puppies at this year's meeting, so 10 ritcrncon and rev; In open unt at nicht. the older dogs were led out for Scope Cornprehencive. the first heat Monday. Ab silt 45 Everything that relatr., to the chi! entered in the initial race, the and throusa the child t tho raiei. principal entrants being Gen. will be uealt with. To . uomuc ..V. ei.hiblt it will consist 01 Roger Williams, Lexington three ins pictuies, live exhibits, mod hounds, Col. Jack Chinn, Wood- uairy, model tenement, f:ee ciiu. and l.itvhcn, oi ford county, three; Arch Walker ii.ciiel (tinhin-rcuand clcr.u barn, model playj,rcu. of Gai rard two; George Hess, of dcjionstraticu of the v.orlc dcue at ; St. Paul, Ind., two; T. G. James School fcr the Blind and the Eabi fclk-gamc-- National Bank of Comire-c- e, Vi&' ' k3 !Mif. u 1; hc-i--5 banv fcj" . .... : ho.ir5 -- ' , CHILDREN Choi TO ENTERTAIN Mary Nee-Iy- , of Denver, Tenn., says, "I think there is no tonic on earth, as good as Cardui. I used it with the very best results. I had backache and nearly everything a woman could suffer with, until I took Cardui. Now, I feel better than I have for two years. I shall always recommend Cardui to other suffering women. I can't praise it too highly. As a medicine for weak, tired, worn-o- ut women, Cardui is safe and reliable. Try it, today. Mrs. Write to: Ladies Advisory Dept.. ChatUnooca Medicine Co.. Chattwoota. Tesa. for Special iAstniciions. aud took. "Hone Treatment for Women." sent lite. J 56 ., , 4: uses of school children, folk ancing and gymnastic exhibition-an- d t'itir?' oeti(i446(ioas9ootoicacooaa t a eoo9o ..... ....... .... ......... .............................. ........... ........... OS 1.30. a m m ... 9 m m m m m e ..... m " t.9o.. C93o..- - 22-2- J, 'Y-.'h- SC' Co ? Chas.C.Davisll ' Oi6a" Ooo... )( THE DRUGGIST, says Now is the Time to buy your toilet 0o Oco. 53o. o .!.. OS.. OOO.. 5a-i)C- o ii.-.:- SOo articles of all kinds as COLGATE &. COMPANY has given him special instructions how to show a complete toilet articles to line of ready-to-us- e the most scrutinizing nu&toniers. - " e 'do (Q9o. e X89 guid-ane- 98a.. 3oe. J)Uu.. o'c-iOc- .- n-- fi.. Se 09 OOo i OO0. Oa. t)9a.. ov. a3. (&.. eoe.. OS. 0Oo. PHONE 39 CHAS. C. DAVIS MT. VERNON, KY. !.I .! U 1 " C"'3 o..t Ofd O C TV - irIaSaa''' t OASW'fl'JMVJI-lOtOIIM44M- Zi . .. . OWttWP Ci 0 i M ". W .j. WrW ...-.- . MI it ii i tA . a. & & "k w c w w w r -- k w. wvtvvw w w w w w w w v w am.aAakaVaT -- a.....,..) i ii ol Mississippi, two; I. H. Line ot Jlilt: Fund will have a booth Alabama four; Joe H. Smith of vil! be iu chaise of a trained where mothers can leave their Lexington, three; T B Scott, of and v.here fiesh pure milk will wb. mil bab: be p. J.CMoOLARY Camp Nelson one; Sam G. Storey of Georgia, two; J. H. Wi'der, of Vincent, Ala., four; Dr. Casper, of Louisville, two; W. K. Herrin oi Clarksville, Miss., one VV. J. LeaveM. of Camp Nelson two; C. O.. ' Mauuin, of Madison count two; Stanley Plake, ofCynthiana viCed. , ' - - o Stanford, Ky. FLAGGED BW 'i K-t- fl Mount Vernon Monumental I an Ohio man flagged a train and Faved it from a wrtck, 1ml H.T Alston, Raleigh, N G .once pre vented a wreck with Electric Bitters. "I was in a terrible puglit wlien I uegan to ue them." he writes, "my stomach, 'head, back and kidneys wee all badly affected and nr hvei was in bad condition, but four bot'les of Electric Bitters made me feel like a new man". A trial will convince you of their matchless merit for any stomach, liver or kidney trouble. Price 50 cents at Chas. G Davis. took one of his boys to the nearest school house and addressed the teacher: "This here boy's artert!arnin't" be announced. ''What's yer bill o- fare?". "Our cirricultim, sir" corrected the schoolmaster, "embraces geography, pnyi. Jogy, arithme'c algebra trigonometry " "Tliam do," interrupted Cull. "Load him up heavy ivith tiigger-nometrHe's the only poor shot in our family", y. TRAIN WITH SHIRT Tearing his shirt from his back Old Cull once Manufacturers of ana 'YI.DEALER in Marbles and Granite Monuments of all Estimates furnished kinds. on application. GEO. OWENS Propr Pone 112 four. The first run was made through what are known as the Cedars on the old Co-- k place towards the knobs. A fox. was started soon after the chase but no capture was made. A rather stiff wind prevented more than fair work beiny accomplished bv the dogs, aud the chase was not continned long. It is expee'ed that .all of three days may be required for decisions in the Aged stake, by the judges who are R. Z. Moss, of Camp Nelson, Hayden Lei veil, of Lancaster, Peyton Parrish. of Preach ersville, L. B. Dickerson, ol Nicholasville and Wm. Turner, of Winona, Miss. Tbey followed the dogs closely .Monday and took many notes ,of the performances. The indoor feature of the meel M33X3JKSXUAEEUX9EIflCIUHHBKJ the annual bench show will beWedues-day- . held at the Springs That evening-tliannual hop will be given wnicn is alwavt made a delightful-societevent and Indieest'on caused mo creat distress things for for two I The derby for the younger hounds J reiiei. butyears.lituo tried many last X round pot bolp, till at it iu tho best pills or jnedicino I ever tried is expected to be .parted Thurs e y Tiie conditions and needs oi K tuclcy children will be shown in follov.-iii.'- j Hoctions: Health, schcc.3, chi d the law, settlements ani e catioiial movement, recreation, l?iM ffillfiinllc nnfl r .K iIrjf cuintry lifts and schools, ' tirci.y and homes. j':ve hundred voUiateer "eplah'e' r woil.ing in shifts will, wen drilled in the jiarticu.ar brr.ii they are to elucidate and will give ai: information dediievi. lhe ofiicers of the Kentucky Chi Welfare Exhibit are: Mrs. Morris Ee nup, president; airs. Alfred Brandk first vice president; Miss Elizabe. Walsh, second vice president; Mis. W. Thompson,' secretary; Dr. An: Louis Strong, director; Miss AUe Brandies, assistant d.rectcr. Vaiious committees and subcommi teas have been work ing In their and the results already a( complished have been extremely grat fying to those in charge. Much Detail Involved. The tremendous amount of detai work attached to such a stupendou undertaking can be grasped only fain, ly by a visit to the headquarters i the Armory. The only handicap thu far encountered is the very serious on of money. The New York Child We fare Exhibit shows cost $100,000 an were visited by 250,000. The screen ( 1 Tii.-.-- .il four-hou- 1 1 discovery that is believed will . v ft: 't v' benefit the people. Ramon J m: MUEGH RELIEF T Marchan. of Bafcelonetn, wmos "D-- . King's New Discovery is By the use of SWANSON'S sple-acliIt work here. id me about fie limes of ured JS.W l ,. ' terrible coughs and colds, also my brother of : severe cold in Tho Great Remedy for is chest and more than 20 others. SFHaessmziiJsm, Lumbago, We ye used it on any advice. hup-thi- s medicine will vet ScxaiSca, Guut? Ffeuralgia, threat bs old in overv driij store in M&GrifefiSG, S&dnsyTroubia It is preparation for both internal and exterPorto RicV. For throat and lung nal uaoa that gives quick relief to the sufferer. GREAT SCHOOL CONVENTION. A trial rouble.--, it has no equal. pais. tolied cxisrnafly. It step aH atfets v ll convince yon ot" its merit, Taken internally, it dissolvesIn the poisonous rsstorino; tho substanco and assists nature In connection with the Kentuck bottle free. system to a healthy condition. SoU ky Bmwtitg. 'hild Welfare Conference and Exhibit, ."o: and $1.00 Trial 0. Davis. Ono Collar per bottle, or sent prepaid upon receipt of prico if not obtainable ia your locality. .wo other notable conventions will be Guaraateod by :has. 1 b" m- hrmcMm minim: m I -- Sfc! PDRTO RICO'S NEW WONDER From far nway Porto Rico come reports of a wond-rrlul EUMATIC new FFERERS Film d SilPA esitOTr g spiira SWA.NSCH RHEUMATIC CSRZ COHPAJIY held in Louisville: the Child Welfare 153 Law Stroct, Conference proper will be held Nosame as your "Do you vote the vember 25th and the Erhibit will continue until November COth. The "Hesvvens, no! What do you Best Remedy for CcnsUtvatleti, Sick Southern Educational Association will Headache, Sour StemacN, IcMac and hold its annual convention at Louis- suppose we'd have to argue UverTroublos. 2SePerBexatDrn;slsts ville, beginning November 28th and DOUl?" continuing three days. It is expected that one thousand southern teachers "I guess their honeymoon is Mrs. about over." will attend this convention. Heafmti Charles C. Weaver, of Louisville, has "Why?" advantage of the Southern EduThose who sofTer taken frcta Kczema. pun "She's quit telephoning to him cational. Association and of the Child pies or other skin eruptions Know Welfare Conference, which will be in during office hours.' its misorlos. progress at that time, to call a convoThere Is no need ofsuSeiinir.yoa speech: ' Fritz's cation of school improvement workers, T. laBTaBsaaaMaBav can easily get rid ot It by & und "My dear tellow-citizen- s the first ever held in the world. staple hus-band?- " SWAKSON'S PILLS ... Easily amf Quickly SKIN SORES -- iSf nmach Painsl DR. KING'S ra "i J. C. MOORE EXPERT WATCH Aa f PASTORIA A Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR J .kVVJ t CASTORIA PRINT 13 FADED OhildreiTOuy FOR FLETCHER'S v NewLifePills &v -- zt) ptmn P- . ,0.. Hatflold. Quy au?y. Va. w Bvmx w. wnlowtw. a . J vot I Eyes Tested and Glasses Fitted Free dis: Coom. let us put our heads All kinks of Jewelry Repaired. togedder und make a pavement" I All work guaranteed. or chest For Daltm in thP COX BROS. STORE Oampen aj'li.VC ,' Oinwf! w,lu! 1 .. w...U I vunuiubiium .j .iuluv.uv onrt MnH it on over the seat of pain. There FOR FLETCHER'S is nothing better. For sale by Optician deni Irish in de Tenth Ward. what have dey got? Paved streets! MAKER, Und vat have we got? Mut! Mut! and Now, my fellow-citizen- s I don't vant to siy r.oduis ibou nobodv, but at fellnw-Sberman- s. aratloti as Uiollro-Dru- and prep, kiici;n p ct.. pounded olnt- sont that for fifteen years has prorsn Its Talue as a aoothkur. hau- laav tsnjr j w. w.... wuiucs. BmaK n. wish to say is wounds, bonu. aJt rheua. rMcwona. cUea and acne A slnsto application j V ft c Iy fellotv-Sherman- s, mum disappear. trill useaUr jjIto ImmedUte rcllei. Tho burning. IrrlteWn mflam-maUqulddy sataUlc asa the sore dry and on 5e Chtdren Cry tf " rl,Wlm'a ,t ;,-rr,0.- asLateSUthlcaco.iaaBdwUlbeeatpoe. eseelteat jesaeay ior scrotsjoBB ajeeea scaip asa f"1 ?? CCBt lckae aad seM by searly a iruezlsts. It tmnotobfalaable la yoarlocaJKy rou sia onlor direct froa ,Swaaoa K. C. Co. The Hve-Dre- B Salve ! smw sot nh2J .MM'.' !? tumors. 1HfcfifciM-- . - . PICTURE IS FADED llfS''ellfWr fMhm'd ii .Va'. utt " . It' if. j.j' V I l&L a, t .' tu. . VAlCiWttfJsfl-.V- j "CXWVISPKR I A v?1 , Children's Coats jroui $1.50 up Chas. C. Davis. at Fish's. - . I" . .. , MKh Vn. i