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Mount Vernon signal: November 22, 1912 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1912 mou1912112201_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: November 22, 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. ) Published Every Friday VOLUME XXVI. (alfilllll wlfllM v ) . j ) IllllL -- Established 1887 NUMBER 9 . vs --- -- MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE 1 I COUNT Y, KY II . FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22. 1912 J. T. Cherry were up from Crab II an III h II ' llfcf liH mi III MIHiMil 'I FH'IJm m . CULPEPPER SITTINGS SUPERB SERVICE Orchard Wednesday. JLiee Baker son of the late Wm. Baker of this Pants are made for men. Pants place, died at his home in Elm Thre Eleganti.lv 'Equipped DON'T you think Will, are like molasses they are thinntr its about time Wood Place, Ohio, Monday, and j Tiiiougii Trains Will Be in hot weather ind thicker ir suit ? you were getting a new Operated Between ,was brought here Tuesday and cold. Men are often mistaken n Thanksgiving's coming and Jacksonville and buried in the Christian Church pints; such mistakes are breaches von know that Father ana Cincinnati bv cemetery Wednesday morning. of promise. There has been .Mother and Jim's folks Queen & He is survived by a wife and much discussion whether pants to he here, and 1 are going is Crescent small daughter, also several siugular or plural, .ems to me have invited the Parkers and Route. brothers and sisters Dr. W. E. when men wear pants it is plural, .Ahholts Afy:1'. ''ilMlR '111) Gravely was in Middlesboro the :?wl8l883 jPCa. -& and when they don't wear pants You'll, netd now cloth s it first of the week, the guest of One Entirely New Train. is singular. Men , go on a t.ar in and you before long nyw.-iyMr. and Mrs. H. H. Hutcheson. their pants and it is all right, but miirlit as woll get them now." Mrs George Frith left WedOfficial announcement has been when the pants eo on a tear it nesday for Tellico Plains. Tenn., made by Mr. W. 1 Sflfiii1 i A. Beckler, is all wrong. If you want to Said where she will join her husband. General Passenger agent ot the make pants last, make th. cOat. Dr. Frith is doing a fine business Q & C. of very material first. L L, little woman, in the practice of dentistry, and ' improvement in the Fio'ida service 01' Cull has been grumin around now that you n cut ion wish h.m mu:h success both in for the coming season. An en- for past week. The hos doctr -guess these duds have seen it. I professional and newly married tirely new through train modernly says he's been eatin' too much then' bet days, and I suppose life. Mr. L- M. Brown is in appointed will I might as well spruce up a bit be put into hawg meat. Tellico Plains, Te.in , this ween. your little; atiou between Cincinnati Ohio opoi to help out on Miss Pansv Perkins has gone Mr. and Mrs. John Snivel ar- and Jacksonville, FHrida, on East to see a beauty specialist. hanksgiving Splurge. . rived Thursday. They It been Sunday November 24. The new seems that Miss Perkins was helpHI drop in at Sutspending a fow days at White- train will prove a gJeat con ing with the family washing ton fe Mr Bee's on the way last wood, the gue.t of Mr. Shivel's something in their venience as it serves the traveling Monday, and being qnite near down. iSaw brother. Ezra. We wish them un- public along the route at intirely sighted, .stooped over to see window the other (lay that if bounded success in their married different hours from the rest of the she was feeding a a hit with me.'' kind of made c life. traitis. This new special Florida waist through the wringer train will leave Cincinnati clai'y at properly. Hor nose HOWS THIS? Said vas cau-- ht uuuu anu win maKe mo trip in in the wringer and We offer One Hundred Dollars considerablv twenty-fqn- r IMr. Kent, we lme Uours. On the re flattened out before she Reward for any cae of Catarrh stopjHxi just what you that cannot be cured by Hall's turn, trip thearam will reach Cin turning the crank. Qtnnati daily at noon. The precis., Right over this way, please. Mr. Ansel Hanks has bought a .atarrh Cure. schedule has not yet beu olScially new aft suit . Xow. here's a Clothe! P. J. Cheney & Co., home and lot in the last year All-wooYe. here's the label l "Toledo, Ohio. announced,. Dnin caw serving on his salary of $10 per w.k the best pvo.d.uats of the market in Absolutely. Ilere'a a. Ihefeecl mill, aud has paut Yc Hie uudersjgnedt hve . guarantee bv the makers that known F. J. Cheney for the last will be provided for the entire cash for it. The Board of Trustees On tne same date as above ruaruntoed io hoJl its 15 years, and believe him. per- route. of the Hardshell church has asked gwm'es it. You notice they also my it's fectly honerable in, all businsss the "Florida Special" also te him to 'bh&,e ami give satisfactory wear and service. relinquish bis position, transactions and financially able put into operator, It will leave Notice 'how well this suit is made evciy sfii'li and seam is which is that of passing the colto carry out any obligations made Cincinnati daily atS:io P. M and t.l work ni an expert and no suit leaves the factory until it lection plate. The board passed a by his firm. 5s usual the "Cincinnati-ChicagL:w passed rigid si stem of tiiple inspection, bee how resolution praising Mr. Hanks National Bank of Commejoe Limited" will 'leave Cincinnati Hi linings and buttons match the cloth. integrity and regretting that his Toledo, Ohio.. daily at '" iii l Tnst . $15 t. ,L This will Wt. vnn ? .Just trv it on and look in that glass. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken, gjve lVi.Q of the finest trains in services must be dispensed wiih made for you .riidir, isn't it ? Coulunt lit better if it was on account of his healih. internally acting directly upflu HereWear the suit, nnd if it YVs. sir. that guarantee goes. the blood and mucous surf a s the nation to Florida traffic. This after the Rev. Hudnim will pass right, of the systems T?sUtrtanials sent superb service has been provided the plate himself. cloe?'t prove satisfactory in wyy way. we'll make it line runs Price 5 cents per hottlg. Ul order to take care of the greatly -- us ;.. rlnllnrst.hMt 's ri&ht thank vonr The A young divine recently had a Good-bye- . Sold by all Druggists, increased passenger fromv $10 it) 25, all under the same gwmmtee. your wav" "Where can T rot'a suit like vours., I5ill? Take Hall's Family Pills for sunny south during travel to the telephone installed in his house- ominir j, j the b:eak Tbe-good conn nj.:im.' 'M paid $30 for my last suit, but never saw anything I liked constipation." mair was delighted with winter months in the north- - It I could net clothes to lit me- like the convenience and used it im;i wiill as yours." might be stated in this eunection Said. mediately before going to church. LEVEL GREEN liiir s." "I'our husband alwavs dresses in such rood taste." that h$ jueen & Crescent " When the time came for him TfcTPtn?'!? !iw , Will look so well as he does r4oute, is offering very reasonable , .,.,... .... . I i? l Tl - H .1.. you yi-- i ' Rev, John foward, of Bandy, to aunounce the first hymn he um im s ji i :ini v suit, will' wnerc no tourist rates to ' Florida thereby Do Say ? filled his regular appointment at Bill, things must bo jthosr - "You're looking jirosperous, giving opportunity for those of read the first lines with his usual Friendship last Saturday and Sun-deimpressi veness and. concluded with: moderate means to eaj'we along my -- Dr. G. B. Lawrence was "Let us all unite iu hymn seven. a with the wealthy the joys and ir m i a O three. called to Brodhead last Sunday to h.ea.ltbgiving rdvantages of the see Mrs. Ellen Mahafjy, whQ iu Word comes from Paris that land of flowers. Any ticket ported very sick. Mr. and Mr . agent will gladly give full d.e;ils skirts are not te be made wider. O. L. Hatcher are rejoicing ove. It is not contended however, that as to schedule and ra.tei. theanival of a girl baby at their they are to be made narrower. PORTQ RICO'SNEW WONDER That would be contrary home. to Euclid Mrs. O. J. Mull ins and lttle From far away Porto Ittco who says that the outside cannot school at Williamsburg, was with 1S1L0D1IEAD. son visited her mother at Ocala come reports of a wonderful new be smaller than the inside. . home folks, Sunday. Tip SingleiA.C-l-W,'00 last Sunday Miss Dessie Thorn-- . discovery that is. believed will ton, who has been acting as asThe Good Man Do vou know "OOfl Mjss Bgssie S.bive js visiting son. of Mt. Vetnon., scent Satur - vastly benefit the people. Ramon where little boys go that throw ) sistant agent at J.rumhelu, has her brother, Fzra, at Whitewood day night and, Sunday wUh her T- - Marohan, of Barceloneta, writes stowns resigned and is on the extra list ii- -t at birds? "Dr. King's New Discovery is oaCsd week. II. L. Tbarp and little cousins, Misses Maude and Jala doing oC splendid work here. of operators. Lloyd Maret has this The Bad BoyRather. It They I son, Gravely Farris, were up from Thompson. Mrs. Mattie E. Price cured me about fhe times of SSO goes where there is birds. Didn't been here two Sundays in suc ? irO v Junction City fiit of the week. Isaacs visited terrible coughs and colds, also think they and Mrs. Stella cession, wonder wliat is tne at went down in a well CO Scow L. B. Hilton is up from Stanford relatives at Woodstock last week. my brother of & severe cold in did yer$ traction. lict we can guess hunting. this week. Wallace HagMrs. J. J. Brown and son his chest and more than 20 others, I1S3 46M" ... rli3 We pee in the Signal an item thai gard and Everett Watson were iu Charles wei'e in Mt. Vernon tyst hayft used it on my advice. We Donkey "What makes us IKOOB CGi Now is the Time to buy your toilet ."OS claimed we were against the stock Alt. Vernon Saturday. James week. Chas. VauhooU. tyho, has. hope this great medicine will yet homely gents so popular? CS b,e sold in everv drug store low and voted for it. Since every in ooO Woodrow "I give it up. oOQ Frith has return d lion.e ironi been wqrkjpgf qt London, i$ with P0.rtQ Ric all kinds as COLGATE articles of For throat and lung man wo meet asks us why we oo He .vjll be hotnfolks 'or $ few dftvs. Miss. troubles U has no equal. Tellico Plains, ...CQO A trial A GREAT c OO weie against the law and voted h.re until BUILDING FALLS. fc COMPANY has given him special atltr Xnias- ,- Mrs. Lizzie Hurst spent Sunday with Will convince you of its merit for it, wo will say we were against GOer. SO ooc and $t.oo Trial bottle free. when its. foundation is under-rainevisiting her cousin Miss Laura MoKinney Maurice Prcrtor wis Oca.- instructions how to show a complete it tirt, last and all the time, and and if the fonmlsuion of e Guaranteed by Chas. 0. Davis. 6(9 Mrs. W. G. Shell is very sick healte good digestion is attacked story originated at tho depot relatives in Crab Orchard last ! toilet articles to e9 this lne of ready-to-us- e week. this week. Miss Dahlia Bailey quick collapse iollows. On the for fun. No one takes the joke eOO home, visited homefolks Saturday and Mrs. L. B. Hilton is with L'Vefirst signs of indigestion. OQ HOPEWELL Dr. most scrutinizing customers. the 69 any better than we. Well, sev" folks this week. 1 R. Storms is Kiug's Npw Life pills should be L. Thompson was in IOt cral of our neighbors have begun Sundav. J. 09 tone GO- oa slaoghtiiing their porkers and with relatives at k.:ivy. Tilman Mt. Vernon last Monday on A serp of meeting at this place taken toliver, the stomach and kidneys and bowels. .3.0 .," closed. It was conducted regulate Gilpm, ot LouisvUlr, spent a few business. Mr. and Mrs, H. D,. has. jut clou PHONE 39 Pleasant, easy safe and onlv 25c with the exception of Christmas roi8 there is not a :better time" in the days with his sister. Mrs. R. H. Buruett and Mr. arid Mrs. Alex by Rev. James Barnes aud Rev. at Chas. 0. Davis. P1(B .fro. AH are rejoicing Hamui, last week. Mrs. R. E Stauberry, cjf Knox county visit- J. C. Clouse g ' 4 0(S year than time Mrs Albright is with her parents, Kt. ing Mrs. W. H- - Brown last week. ever the good results of the meetHM69 $50,00 TO $100.00 A MONTH G. W. Martin and children, after v For your spar- - time not needae... and Mrs. H. T. 'I harp at Jqiiption C. E. Mullins, the dmnnner ing, there were five additions and ed. Want an active man in this T with relatives at OS si week's-visi- t MT. VERNON, KY. qf was through, this vicinity last the church seems to. be greatly To Introduce us to your friends. locality. City. Mrs. Bob Huberts, no "We pay Rowland; have returned home. 0Q largest cash benefits when sick, injured, Liegen-thqle- r r.vived. nole Alex Maywocd, was with home Ipls week cabling ou the merchqnts. C'79 and at death, for smallest cost. oi6 Messrs. J. P. E, Drummonds nnd remains very sick. Ms. and offer to first apfirst of the neok, Mis i!,!5 T. J. Brown i,pent Jas$ week, in us L. G Falin were in Mt, 5& . Vernon. Smith, of Owentoii. js vititng George Halcornb who has been plicant from Oils place. Write quick for particulars. M iss Bertha Sqward e e oa . Somerset Monday. J. P. E. 835. Covington. Ky. - a enttc9 monds is on Mrs. sick list. Drum- hpr Qousins, Dr. and Mrs. Wt h accompanied her father- d.own sick for same time is not expected THE ( eot" . - - - the I, W. ta recover, Carter. Edd Owens was in M I ist Saturday and Was the guest Ketron was With home folks at W. S. Rohhins recently pur Vernon Tuesday. J. F. Watson of Miss Jaiia Thompson, Mrs, Pennington, of London, was iu Lebanon, Sunday. S. 0. Frankchased a saw mill from K. J. LIVINGSTON. Madam, Read McCall's our town Monday. S. T. Proctor, lin, the L, & N. watch carpenter spent Sunday in Mt. Vernun, the Dahlia Shell spent last week with and has it almost ready the expert carpenter of Mt. Ver- was here Monday. Our Police guest of Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Dur- her mother, Mrs. Jane French at for opperation near his home. Hie Fashion An&iori& George Martin has purchased non, will begin the erection of a Judge Elect, H. Witt, has pur- ham. Owen Cass is ablo to be out Plato. The school at this place is proagain, after beiug confined to his Mr. Wra. H Brown was in Mt. a. Shetland pony but what is puz- house this week for G. D. Cook. McCAUS is a larte. trloe. tun. chased a new typewriter, which illuxtratad lOO.page monthlr for the past week. M.h. Vernon last Monday. Mrs. Salhe gressing nicely. Miss Isabelle zling George he can't turn it out Mrs. Geo. Murphy is visiting will be very essential when the room Maazina that is adding to the happiPing was in. town Saturday. ness and cffici.so.C7 of 1.1Q0.0GO only in gardens where there are relatives at Berea. Mrs. W. M . Judge takes his seat. Sam Pres- Jas Owens is spending a few days Gmtn. of Quail, visited her wumea each month. Miss EJertha Carmical visited Miss B.u-lsuo Uktlmlut of bunion, nicket fences on account of it Preston and children are visiting ton, of Cincinnati, is with rela- in ."t. Vernou with her daughter, brntner, A. C. Sowder, last week. short stories, anil score Ldlie Pitman Saturday and Sunof labor$avlu? and hlcat Mr. and Mrs.T. J. DeBord spent crawling through the cracks. relatives in Louisville, and Paris, tives here. The pay car will be Mrs. G. F. Sutton. Miss G. i e f r vnrtwrv Tliero sro mora taaii Ut of dav. Mitchel Cress, of Bromo, the newest tlcsisaa of tho celebrated McCall is spending a L y d.i s j Sunday night with Mjs. DeBord who Tenn. The remaius of Lee here the 21st, making all con- Little Miss Cleo Pennington, JlcCAM X'ATTEUNS In each issue. attended church at this place SIcCAI.1. PATTERNS are fiunous for attending school at M ,Vernon, Baker, of Cincinnati, were taken corned feel glad. R. W. Shroeder with her parentaat Mretburj parents near Fe.edQin.."-Georg- e! is ;t ie. fit. simplicity and economy. Only 10 Mid J3 cents each. Sunday. was with home folks Sunday. to Brodhead, Tuesday, for burial is talking of taking a, run on the this week. MrsML E Chnmip Pointer, of Leroy was in this Tha publishers of JTcCAIXS tvUl spend tlhuiiiU of dollar extra in the comlnc was n Mt. Veyuou Wednesday coqimunity last week buying Lee Reynolds, of Shimug, near He was raised in this ccunty. luimllis In order to keep McCALX.-- hul main line. We very much disand fhouliters above alt other women's Chamberlain's. Stomach and at any price. However. the foot of the Klondyke moun- The Junior Order of this place, like to give such good people up having dental work done, Forest turkeys. Edd Brown who has Liver U ouly SOc a year; coaktvely Coffey who has beeu sick so long been hauling cross ties for the tablets do. nofc sicken or worth SLOO. been repairing his bouse will have a picnic at the school tain, has gripe, an.dj may be, taken with is greatly improved. Mrs. M. E. past six weeks returued home the past week. Nape Heliard, house here, November 28th, and frm rour flrrt ropy or McCALL'S. If you erfec$ sasety by the most delif ulwctlbo quickly. the noted possum hunter is on present the school with a bible "I am pleased to recommend Wihnotc and Mrs. G. M. Brooks last week and says he is in for th TIE ScCAllCMJPA:iL06We371aJuBpTA Miss and flag. The district will fur Chamberlain's Cough Remedy as .also are improving. Mrs. J. J. winter. Quite a number of tle cate woman or the youngest child. Vi cir.tr list this week. NOT- E- Adc lata hrt topr e McCA LIZS i the best thing1 I know of and Painter has returned to her horn young $alks attended the singing The old and leeble will aiso find new CTn.tt)u catalogue. SamtMC copy au4 Bessie Harbe.ou, of Parksville, nish a free dinner Judge Calo tauloirae aJio,lrcca itoku. safest remedy for coughs, colds Jat Lebanon them a most suitable remedy for Junction af'ef at A- F. Lawrences last Saturday Is visiting Mss Ella MaeBlanford. way is in Stanford being treated aiding and stiengthening their Mt.Ver-non- . ?d TbroDnbh!al ,tJou.bfle,writesspending the past month wtiU night. Miss Ethel for his hearing. Sheriff T. J. Niceley, of Arnold, of, Denver. relativcs.-- Mr. weakened digestion and for reguand Mrs. R. S. "Union Suits for men, women was here Wednesday. Miss Hayse, who has been with her Colo. "We haAeucedit repeatedly lating the bowels. For sale by . ! Viae votlirnpri and it has never failed to give re- - fchwel are the happy parents of Doric Get your Thanksgiving cards .....- and children from 20 ceat to $2 at -Alice Ward is visiting Mrs. Willis in Chas. C. Davis. Mr. and Mrs. early at Fish's. Mt. Vernon. D. L. heme. Earl Rice, who is attend- - lief".' For sale by Chas. C.Davis. t at other fine-boITisk'. McKenzie at What SKe Said I Wmtmmr U-ncI- What He "UE fffii.si iEWfcSSffilaSVi iff mm ?ic llllllr Lil!'ii''''v'1iVl,','Piiiii";rr 'i. w; I - peeKa-booshtr- What We -- -- w.-m-t. l: W 19 12 IKfl ffCfo lv o mm -- -- fr. -- What They . -- - to-dav- " - . What SU I The Cloth craft Store iU 3L w w V t- rir! rw sw 9 II" W 1i "T f YOU Vl V r y. T"" -- :::2SS3.S..fSSlSffn!gfflSSf??IfSlfe?f: c ! id; L)8lViS DRUGGIST, says ... ?tn d, -- .9a t.. (' et -- .e CHAS. C. DAVIS hog-killin- Epc-rlenc- e Free-Insuran- ce to :;:sHHii::::::::::::s:.::s.:::. (.. Cash-Bon- us - Mc-Kinn- -- h fencv-wotf- c. intenv-tlo- x lnuuey-savlu- i; -- S mas-.utne- H -- ' wowIct-h- n - o.:.-.it- lci ij y. . c' i. 7 2 "V" fljppr- -; "'" m,v "wpr . 'J- -u f ter' MT. VERNON SIGNAL! Friday, N.v. i A i controller of the currency uv w the indoles WOMAN I 1 : IS TO BE u pcupic ar: pro viding for the proverbial rainyday. The report shows that tn- - worcin Friday by Published every and women ot . t'.iis conntry , men now have 4401,818,522 on EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. deposit in the saving banks. It shows thai the total number of $1.00 depositors is no.v 10,010,304. nnd UBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR this 'makes au average deposit 01 tnu-iiua- 22, 1912 u. will have photographs and chan showing how they are combining re Ugious, physical and mental training; Schools. THE DIRECTOR DR. ANNA LOUISE STRONG, EXPERIENCED WORKER, TO HAVE CHARGE OF EXHIBIT. Advertising rates made known on application 3444.72 NOW TO PORTRAY CONDITIONS MHMBKR OF KENTUCKY" PRESS ASSOCIATION fS5f iy. i) From March 4, 1913. a Demo cralic president and a Democratic Congress will be in full control for the first time in i6yeais. Even' Democratic newspaper is at this time engaged in impressing upon the leaders ol the Democratic party th full meaning of this power, this opportunity, this The New York World finds in the return of the Democratic party to power "no vote of confidence" the rather "a mandate from people'", of which it says, "Woe be unto the leaders of the part if they falter in obedience to thi mandate." The New York American sees "in the very magnitude of the Democratic victory, the measure of enoi mous responsibilit The Cincinnati to the party". Enquirer warns against "the slightest mistake in the discharge of the responoibility which the Democratic party must assume." The St. Louis Globe Democrat feels that "unless the Democratic party fully appreciates its opportunity, it will not fully meet its that tue election i over we can again give our undivided at Many Deaths Among Kentucky Children Could be Prevented This tention to such profound problems will be an Important Subject as why do girls giggle and women Before the Conference. Sllll persist IU yettlnir off nf cars backward. The scope of the Kentucky Child Welfare Conference and Exhibit at certainly. i how Louisville, November is limited many virtues Democratic papers only "by the conditions surrounding have found in President Taft child life. Dr. Anna Louise Strong, a young woman in her early twenties, since the election. is the DirecTor of the Exhibit. Dr. Strong is a Ph. D. from the University Schooi,. fairs and boy's corn of Chicago and has directed the Child shows are having a big run in Welfare Exhibits in New York, Chimany parts of Kentucky and cago, Kansas City and Montreal and is the most notable figure in America other states. t in this work. Under her supervision Massachusetts Democratic nearly $100,000 was spent in preparmakes the sacred codfish rub it ing for the New York exhibit. The eyes in a delirum of amazed great bulk of this money was spent in securing views and screens of dhild wonder. life in the school, in its home, whether palaces, in in Thk Congrejisiona pouer club andtenements or movements, settlement educational recreation also gets a deadly blow in the de- grounds and industrial conditions, as feat of Uncle I'p CVuio-i- . well as to show its moral and religious life and to show the operation of phi- - ' Boys and girls learn more quickly when education is varied to meet their individual needs and capacities. One Oi the largest exhibits will be that cf the Louisville public schools, composed of photographs, charts and class rooms, where the parents may see the children actively engaged in kindergarten and primary and other grade work, as well as domestic science, drawing, music, manual training, and other modern school room activities. Photographs of schools in other'ei-ties- , with charts giving facts as to 20st, equipment and organization, will inuicate some of the lines along which A Dr. Walker Owens, of P will locate here for the nrpctice t f hi?. ntriK-'.ci- . U. . 11 4J. xxc ....il uav ;n r win tempi ran i ffice.s in Peoples Bank 1 .Is the comijleiion buildup ut M the Mi lei onck after which tune he ili i)t Incited there. You will find h:m 111 hi. office on and alter iy 1 t- no, ju.jtMIMW jf ' - Hfillllllll9l O m WgggTM ly) ! iuv. 'I XT. 24 II. 1 . u;i2 lu-lie- 00 11. there is anv tl er n rriicii.e so y:od lor whuop m ,' couh Chiimhcrl'iin s Couj-henenv'', writes Mrs. Frilnris Tux pm. Jin iti. n Citv, Ore. This re.-iHci- v umE9E 111 a o Birdsell r ii it !1 is dI.--c colds and cump. Ohas C. D.-.m-'c. unsurpassed Fur Irr t 914IiEftieil n li u 11 o saie It 21-3- 0 the Louisville schools hope to develop. room will be devoted to an Exhibit A man down in Arkan.s of the Wider Use of the School Plant, crawled into a hollow log to goi including Social Centers, School Garout cf Ihe rain. The thin drr dens and Vacation Schools and Parent-Teachers' The Rev. Almanac. The Rev. Irl R. Hicks Almanac for 19 13 is now ready. It is splendid number of this populai Yer Book ever printed. Its value has been more than ever proven by remarkable fulfillments of its storm, weather and earthquake forecasts this yetr. Prof. Hicks justly merits the confidence and support of all the people. Don'l fail to send 35c for his 19 13 Almanac or only one dollar for his splendid Magazine and Almanac one year. The best one dollar investment possible in an home or business. Send to Word and Works Publishing Company, Ave., St. Louis, 3401 Franklin tht-most Irl r. rii JKS 1913 Pill ; TmS Wwl-$S- Ill W$. ; c -- Id &MM Clean 'Jootli tow Decays Wm fBnishthejkmsnnd thtm harder- .- ?&1 l&g sMf ItiawiU KJSs ppsg; soonyoto toujjfi. Retire Urg Dreakfrtst-Dgi--tlm- figr& JWKiecsusTasthM&'tk the Cams btexi..trtaJi K&S3; $ 3l)riKrh f?i-.t.- -cl J; Mk responsibility.' the pa..t year, or possibly a little over more, eighteen hundred men have been convicted in Adams county for selling their votes and these men were disfranchised. Of the eighteen hundred men who were convicted not one is a Mason, and not a Mason was indicted by the geand jury investigating these Mo. During MARF.TBURG. Mr. and Mrs. Egbert Griffin are visiting their mother Mrs. Helen Griffin. Sherman Owens has been lanthropic movements and the man very sick but is improving. Mrs. agement of philanthropic homes. ., T Florence Sage and two sons, of this invaluable collections of screen St. Louis are visiting her par- was added about ?50,000 worth o for ents at this place Mr. R. L Ecrcens prepared and the Chicago Chih Welfare Kxhibit subsequently vai Stringer, of Lebanon, was calling uable additions were made on accoun hereSundaj evening. Mrs. Bessie of the Kansas City and Jlcntreal es hibits. McOlure, who has been with h r pievious All the screens used in th. exhibits, as well as hundred. sister, Miss Sallie Reynolds, who ot views of Louisville and Kentuck. has been very sick, has returned conditions, will be shewn at the Ken home. We are glad to learn that tucky Exhibit and Conference thi month. Miss Sallie will soon be able t be The officers cf the exhibit, who generously of their time, mone: brought home. and energy to further the enterpris Mr. Sam Sayers who has been for the sake cf the Kentucky boy very sick for some time will be girl, have endeavored to enlist the an a. takeu to Louisville Tuesday to tlve of philanthropi be operated on . Mr. Edgar Griffin workers throughout Kentucky, but ow Ing to the newness of left last Friday for Fort Lauderdale have met without a great the ventur deal of sue Fla., to see his father who will cess. However, they have secured rt accompany h'm home. W. A. duced railroad rates into Louisvill, for the occasion Carson has moved his family to Belknap, presidentand Mrs. Morris I of the associate Brodhead. They will be much and chief worker In preparing for th missed in this part, but our loss is Louisville Exhibit, expresses the hop. that every county and community L Brodhead 's gain. Aunt Jemimah Kentucky will be largely represented Middleton will occupy the house Miss Adele Brandies, a notable set vacated by Mr. Carson. Mrs. J tlement worker of Louisville, is thi assistant director cf the Louisville F. McCall was very sick last week exhibit but is better at this writing.--Robe- rt Health. hav-give- cases. ( ro'letl, the rain poured d'wu in Associations. The Kentucky School for the Blind torrents, and the lojr swelled in. will make an exhibit of its interesting until t!ii pi or tc'l iw va!iiniSo 19 and important work. o move, race to face with a Recreation. ii'nel death he bejjan to think upon Play time can teach children how to his sins. Fin.illv he recalled that pull together and to "tote fair." A model Playground, fully equipped, he had not paid for his weeklv will opdn to the children under, the ditjwspaier, winch made him leel gJ rection of regular supervisors. Photo- 10 small that he crawled out graphs and charts showing what Louisa knot hole and im- ville is furnishing the children in tho through way of recreation, can be seen heic, mediate'y paid the piinter. also some of the future plans of tha Board of Park Commissioners. Striki.isi 01 candidates now 111 the jQCarisaEIJ ing features of moving pictuie shown, " dance halls, and other corameicial field at work for the puttm given! ' amusements will form part of this away by B. (J. Anderson & .Son. section. There should be one hnr drd ' Country Life and Schols. nr more h next week. The list Kentucky farms, and s as folic ws: forests streams are waiting for the boy and Name ol Contestant No. votes.' girl who is learning to use them. The child in the country needs as Ullie Hiait 16309 fine a school as the child in the city. ''attie Wilmott 4864 , Conditions that affect child life in the lildred Kobins 1117I oountry as distinguished from the cit r."z.:e Gentry will herejie made clear. The vaiuab'i 1630J lessons country boys and girls aw '.tssie Hamlin learning from the Corn and Tomato Clubs will be shown and rural schools v!arv Proctor tta CJahle ind housing conditions explained by photographs and models. I'ollie Johnson This Exhibit will be the first of it; Eva Albright kind ever made in a Child Welfare C: :.ela Albright (libit. '.ena Albiight The Child and the Law. 3338" icrtrude Martin The law is to protect, not to oppress S272 he child. cusie Cahel 1545 This section will show the wcik an' Maiy Lea 1 1 1 75; the needs of institutions establish, eca Hiocl?s 1565 . by law for the care of neglected, dc pendent and delinquent children. the! Pavne 1052 ivill also present the laws now exi. Parl EJtircell ng for the protection of chiluren, wi. Annie Mae Sargent suggestions for further legislation. Mattie Owens Industrial Condition::. Bertha Bustle The wages in a family an'l t!. kiu Roberta Brown )f work done decide largely the h.id laneh Howell nanner of life. Figures and charts will give ttu rlie Ponder vages of men and women, the act! da Ward !ents to industrial 3vorker3,(he ccst- iving, and the result of these wags, Eira Harp nd accidents urc.i the child's Hfo Annie Cas Dictures and stories will show th Kruily Sutton uirm dene a child by selling papeir irodhead Graded School Uliveiing messages and working in 1 SOLD BY J OE North NOE Main Street rosace. Our Aims The constant aim of the officers uml tinplojes of this lank are: TO PROMOTE the interests of customers just aa they endeavor to promote those of the lnk : TO DR ALL TI1KY CAN to make the dealings of depositors agreeable and profitable to them : TO CONTRIBUTE to their enterprises forethe eouseratie sight and timely couribel which a strong bdiik can properly bestow ; THE PEOPLES BANK BANK WITH USZZ . Cashier. . U. G. BAKER, President. DRUM.MOND.'Vice.-Pres- J.P.E. . F.L.THOMHSON.Jr., CLAUDE C COX.Ass't. Casq loors Homes. The ideal place for the child shoulc oe its own heme. This, section will e one of the mos lttractive uf the whule exhibit. Here vill be shown a three-rooapartmen 'urnished for a hundred dollars, nodel playground 1th toys that ar Mayable and durable and games ant lame occupations for children, practi al outfits of children's clothes made of materials that will wear well. 1 s To forget that is what we need All the petty Just to Forget. annoyance, all the irritations, all the mean words, ail the unkind acts, the deep wrongs, the bitter disappointments just let them go, don't hang on to them. Learn to forget. ielle Kineer lirdie Johnson Florence Harris Oelbra Boyd GcjirpoegeQ&ac&s GRANVILLE OWENS I subscriber I Sfc B T" Jllie -- e Brock-Bessi- Brown UNDERTAKER I UHlHaHBHIMHil I signal gets enewal 500 Every new 1000 votes and Brodhead Ky The Danville Advocate ha gone the limit in high betting when it wagered a cigarette stub to a chastnut hull that it Teddy had won. the Taft smile wouldn't nave jemained. One of the chief lesons of the recent election was that the man-dal- e of the primary cannot be successluly defied bv the bosses save at the penalty of political suicide. jrreat hunks of consolation for Taft in the fact that he will not have to ride down Pennsylvania avenue with Z8i.v,'Vis, Set " ' S .5- . mUZLLM. '!'" ? P IM m&A ty" I jj- There is little danger from a cold or from an attack ot the grip except .vLeii followed by pneumonia, and his never happens when Chamber-Tin'- s Cough llemedy is used. Phis rrniedv has won its great epntJit'On and extensive sale bv ts it markably cures of colds and rip andean be relied upon with For sale by ii pitch conBdence. Chas. C. Davis. JETJU COMPLETE LINE Coffins, Caskets and Eobes, Mail, Telegraph or Tele phone orders Promptly T? Filled. wavw r'linu, Pets (T4M PiwV. There are "Dear Theodore." There is a guawing suspicion in certain quarters that Mr. Wilson is not a believer in the good old doctrine that to the victors belong the spoils. A Large number of those Democrats mentioned for a cabinet position may yet be willing to compromise on a little post office for theirs. Between 1870 pud 1879 there were 82,000 barrels of cement made in the Unhed States. In the yeai 191 1 the output was 72,000,000 barrels. Now the scene of battle shifts to rage furiously around the claims ot the origional Wilson man whose name is legion and still growing. & Just received a car load of barrel reasonable, and not act as if he owned the White House laws and oil from the Standard Oil Co., and will establish a station at Mt. Verthe rest of the country. non. When in need of oil call on The new regulations for the H W. J. Rider. Agent, parcels post show a human desire Mt. Vernon, Ky. to injure the express companies Or,' Cull once said to Senator rs little as possihlp Fan's: The Democratic donkey will be Then Kentucky officers have com piled statistics showing that a large number of deaths among children cai. be prevented by proper feeding anc care, as well as showing the startlin: fact that one child died for every fou. that are born. In the health exhibit will he show1" a milk station, babies' hospital roon dental clinic, pure food show, anti tuberculosis exhibit and a model dairy For pains in the side or chest This exhibit will be under the supervision of the Kentucky State Board of dampen apiece of flannel with Health, which is with the Chamberlain's Liniment "and bind officers of the Kentucky Child Welfare it on over the seat of pain. There Association to its fullest extent in an sndeavor to exhibit the cause and is nothing better. .For sale by prevention of and blindness. Chas. C. . Davis. Numerous photographs nd charts have been collected along 'That remarkable Year Book on :his line. Moral Life. Storms, Weather, Earthquakes and Astronomy, The Irl R. Hii.ks The larger part now taJcen by the Almanac for 1913, the finest and :hurch in the child's weekday amuse-nent- s makes religion mere real to .him best ever issued, is now ready. :han it was to his grandfathers and Send only 35c to Word and grandmothers in they boyhood and Works Publishing Company, 340 1 girlhood days. Under this heading the 'pstitutional church will Franklin Avenue, St. Louis Mo:, hey are doing, for theshow what reclama-Jof nd you will receive a copy pi e of the children, as well as paid, also one copy of the Rev. !or the reclamation of the young men young women. There will be a Irl R. Hicks Magazine, Word and ind nodel Sunday School room with '' Works. ilasses going on at stated hours. The r. M. C. A., the Y. W. C. A., the Y. M. S. A. and the Girls'" Friendly Society CAR LOAD OF OIL. feeble-mindedne- Taylor fell last Sunday spraining his ankle very bad. The many friends of Mr. and Mrs John Houk wish to ssmpathize with them for the loss of their little girl, Leltie. Mrs. Bert Owens has been 111 for the last week but is improving. . Jo& tK3vn-ftl'w42.MMSfK mm TO MMMtW 1&B TKttBS $ 9X. Oku in .in ion tiu h iKa r .vv. tn.tK. ikjiii k ". ' ij ..rv..K K.....1 .1 W3 VACCINATION m - HVl-- " THE v " HOG CHOLERA -- SCOURGE OF l&ZL-IZL-i- LI .. ... W rert.-- DIPHTHEOIA SVSJ L"JJ "" trwm Mr?m&&&w3 DON'TDELAY $m m -- tr JJEILAY IN DIWTHERIAMEANS DEATH'. ""r Vt "1H1 V DELAY THE CORE-KI- U. jrt Cost the hog raiser millions of dollars last yeae and nothing short of vaccination seemed to offer the slightest promise o ic lire. 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 system, 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. THE CHILD Read what one of the big hog raisers in the country says : Vv 1 v wl-- l Hfto 4 Urnj fc d'silay of wholesome food will be on view. Features of sood and" bad housing conditions in Louisville will form a btriking feature of this section. " During 1911 our country was visited by one of the worst hog plagues ever known. e fed Dr Hess Stock Tonic, and only lost two head out of a herd of two hundred and ten." Alex. Nevius, Modesta, 111. Also note what bulletin No. 182 of the Kansas te ollege says Philanthropy. A dependent child is one who by poverty, the illness or death of parents, or bad home surroundings Is deprived of a fair chance In life. Philanthropy consists largely in caring for this child. about preventing H og holcra : n Striking drawings, photographs and statements will show how this child I3 supported in its own home, placed in another home or cared for in an Institution. This section will also touch on the work with deaf and dumb and irippled children and those unfortunate In other ways. O .... ONLY A FIRE HERO, but cicwd cheered, as. with lianas, he held no a small round box, "Fellows"! he hiuted. this Bucklen's Arnica Salve I hold, hat, everything beat u-n- ed n Cholera. Premises should be cleaned and disinfected regularly. The hogs themselves should be d'pped every few weeks. Maintaining these conditions helps to keep np the vitality of the hog and in this way roublss of all kinds are warded off. To aid digestion and circulation and to prevent worms, the bulletin - reeommeuds a formula of Wood charcoal, Sulphur, Salt, Sodium Bicarhonate, Sodium Sulphate, Sodium Hyposulphate and Black Antitu This formula, given in tblespoonful doses would undoubtedly be beneficed but would cost the hog raker about 1 0c per pound. Now compare this with the formula for Dr. Hess Stock Tonic which is vastly superior and has stood the test of 20 years. , QUASSIA, Digestive & General Tonic. Expels Worms. NUX VOMICA. Digestive and Nerve Tonic. SULPHATEOFIRON, Blood Builder & Expels Worms. SULPHATE OF sODA,Laxative& acts upon theLiver. EPSOM SALTS, Laxative, COMMON SALT, Appetizer. Expels Worms. CHARCOAL. Prevents Noxious Gases. OF POTASH, Acts upon the Kidueys. NITRATE FENUGREEK, Tonic and Aromatic This preparation is compounded by Dr. Hess, (M.D., D.V.S.) and sold to you on a written ingredients guarantee and only costs 3c per month for the average bog. The definition of-th- e " When we recall the conditions which favor the disease and the manner in which its infection takes place, it will be seen that feeding and caring of hog has much to do with the prevention of the io iy mauii hiiisl ! and Indigost ion caused mo great distress for two yoars. I tried many things for relief, but j;otlittlo help, till at last I found it in the best pills or modicino I ever tried are taken from the United States Dispens itory and noted medical authorities. Feed your hogs to prevont disease and expel worms. and 'Ait r -- After March 4tu this country "Whv, senator, your head is" will have two but exactly the same shape as mine!" it would be folly to expect them "Only on ihe outside Cull", was FOR FLETCHER'S the Senator's rtply. jo travel as a pair. t- e-ASTOR- IA 7 T.t ulcers; sores, pimples, sczenn; cuts prain Surest pile cure uif- It subdues inflamation, kills pain Only '25 cents at Chas C Davis Right! also for boijs, DR. KING'S C.E. Hatfield. Gnyan.W. Va. one of the foremost coal tar. Children Cry - NewLifePills 25 CENTS PER BOTTLE AT ALU DRUG6ISTS. when the weather vill permit, and you wilt have no loss from dUease. Dr. Hess Stock sleeping quarters a solution Tonic Sprinkle the runs Dr. Hess Dip and Disinfectant your with this creosote disinft with of ctans known. Alo dip hogs solution 5 lb Pail l-- o. loo lbs $3.00 '' ,- r y' . '' uii. ' It ", JONAS McKENZIE, deler t MT. VERNON, KY o !1 '! i '"." JT M W I" Jf r . a th 1 - '4Mjf 'iff MT. VERNON SIGNAL Mt. Vernon, Ky., sv Nov. 22, 1912 i p "No. 79" when an tto Communis te with SIGNAL 79 LOUISVILLC &. N ASHVILLC R. R. CO. TIME TABLE. 22 24 iiortn nortti south 21 South J3 4.46 p m 3:53 am 11:38 a id 12:19 am Tas. Landrum, Agent. Phone No. 8. Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice mail matter. as second-clas- s F. Myers, of If there' were any better ' hats Hunting licence were issued to Williamsburg, are with relatives than the Swann Hats to sell at one lady in Rockcastle, Miss $2 50 and $3 Fish 'Would sell them. Ella France?, .who is a splennid here. J:m Maret, a son of the late Harry Lowe, a son of Capt. Mat shot. SuckMjiret, is herefrom Broadlands Lowe the L. & N. conductor, died Uncle Nelae Griffin, of Maret III., with relatives. in Colorado last week. His rebuijg, who went In Kloridva short Mrs. J. M. Laswell and Mr?. mains were brought to Louisville time ago to spend the winter was Effie Ballard were over from and hurried in Cave Hill. taken sick last week and h'.s son unanuo oaiuraay. There will l)e two Basket Ball Miss Roberta Purcell returned games here Saturday afternoon Sunday after spending several Tbe teams iroin Brodhead Graded I weeks with relatives at Burnside School will play tbe two teams at Assistant Cashier Russell Bro? n the Mt. Vernon Graded school. of the State Bank & Trust Com Admission free to everybody. pany, has been suffering severely Mr. Steve Cash, a son of Dock with his eyes Interior Journal Cash and Miss Roberta Brown, The two W.Hs. (Miller and daughter of Mr. J. W. Brown, of Fish) were in London during the the Ottawa Section were married week. One went quail hunting at this place yesterday. Tlv? Re.". and the other went "dear" hunt- George S. Watson officiated. Mrrand Mrs D,A Edgar went down to bring him home. They started on their return Tuesday but Mr. Griffin's condition became worse and they were compelled to stop off at St. Augustine Wednesday. E. Griffin another .con, left here Wednesday noon for St. Augustine. REMEMBER IT .B I'd 8 ing Sam Savers, who has been suffering with an abcess on his lung and underwent an operation for same several months ago, is in Louisville to see a specialist. The afflicted parts have never healed. W. S. Burch, who has been greatly troubled with eczema for the past four or five months, left Frid (' night for Hot Springs where he will undergo a . ourseof treatment. His. legion of friends hope lor a speedy recovery. Interior Journal. Mrs. R. H Batson gave a well appointed dinner at her attractive The home on Lexington street. guests were Miss Ethel honored Hilton, of Stanford, Miss Franc s Forbes, of Detroit. Mich.. F. W. Hanna, Nogales, Arizona and John Fish, ot Mt. Vernon. Lan caster Cor. Interior Journal. LOCAL CHESTNUT sHINlES. PEBSONAL Everett Mullms spent Sunday at Mullins Station. Write me for prices on the of! famous "Waddlt" make shingles. Best hiules made. H. H. Wood, adv 22 41 Wildie, Ky. DflWte ruiiubj NamTaSar Special Notice $uiiiujiuiiub TS ,. ... J , Dr. A. G. Lovell is having conA meeting ot the Home crete walks built down Lovell's Eceuomic department ot the Wolane leading to his residence. men's Club will be held this afterThe Young Ladies of the Christ-- i noon at two o'clock in the "JV. A. McKenzie. 111 Church will have a full line dormitory chapel. A demonstra O. D. Bryant is holding things of, home made candies on sale at tion will be given by Miss Wauzei & N. Depot while I down at the L. All J. Fish's store aud the Graded assisted by Miss Carson. Agt. Landrum is out. Club members are invited. School building Saturday. .Miss Elizabeth Adams went o At the last meeting of the WoBlack Mountain Harlan county Lancaster today to attend a dance man's Club it was decided to offer is the highest point in Kentucky, gveu by ihe young set. five dollars into several premiums 4100 feet or 3089 leet nearer the Dr. Walker Owens who has been for school work at the next fair clouds than Mt. Vernon. The several years held in Mount Vernon. located at Further greatest elevation 'ol any point in will come toWiernoG. information later. Florida is at Mt. Pleasant, 301 feet Will aud Cris Mullins have California has The nimrods reports the fewest above sea level. located at London and opened a highest aud lowest in elevation quail this year ever known in the the tailoring and pressing shop. of auy of our states: Mt. Whitley come in Mr. and Mrs. J. Fishand Master county and similar report The rises 14,501 feetabove sea level and counties. Itom adjoining Jack Fish spent Wednesday and Valley goes 278 feet below general impressiou is that they Death 5esteidav in the Wildie section level. either starved to death or froze sea Mi. and Mrs. Sara Nichols were Ben Ford a bricklayer and Tom outlast winter. here from Danville Sunday the Mc Wright who claims to haii Col T. P. Chandler, Lincoln's guests of Miss Elizabeth Adams. from the capitol ot Madison county W. R. McClure who got" his leg auctioneer, was up in the West werejodged in jail here Tuesday broken some waeks ago is able to End last week and conducted sev on a charge of being drunk and go aiound by the use of clutches. eral sales. He conducted the John using abusive language to a lady. Newell sale and obtained good JRev. and Mrs, Tinsley remained They got off a freight tiain just few days this week lor the pricesfor almost everything offered. after daylight Tuesday at Brush ovr.3 Interior Jouvnal. Parses Jo spend a few days huntCreek where MissLela Owens was e The department has on duty as operator and while she ing. Mr. ..and Irs. Johnny Griffin made an order that newspapers was out on tbe platform handing deft last Tnursdav for Missouri to must be paid for or the newspaper on an order they went inside and ijrisit relatives. They will be gone man must stop sending them out. took complete charge aud threatenWe have to comply with this order. ed to cut her in two if she tned to in pionth. Statements will be mailed to all come in. bae summoned some J. P. B. Drummonds and L G fail citizens includidg her father and Faliu, two good citizens of Living-ston- . those in arrears and those who to respond, thost names will be cut they marched the two men over few hours w&ce here a from our list. If you think this is here to jail. They had a trial Tuesday. not the order ask your postmaster. Wednesday before County Judge Special Agt. Cam Mullins who Some people evidently go upon Bethurum. Ford drew a fine of was slabbed in the back at London last week is able to be out on the the theory that a newspaper man $35.00 and paid out while the works for his health. Not so with other fellow drew a 25 00 fine street again. Paper costs and is takes and will pay his by staying twelve Egbert GriSn. a Rockcastle us. boy who lias made good in the money to pav printers. We need days at the famous Hqlel De Railroad business in Sjb, Louis, every cent thajt is due us and we Laugford (county jail). Certainly expecfc those who get was here Saturday. LANGDON MEMORIAL. Uncle J. Henry Fish leftWed- - par paper, job work or whatever may be to pay us. If we did 3K&ay for an extended visit with it Mr. and Mrs. Bales, of Cincin not expect tbe pay we certainly rela-tkeat Wildie, Paint Lick and would not do the work, and when nati were guests at the dormitory jsetvecai other points. Mrs. we reach the point of working just several days last week. A. H. Hamlin bought the Lee for the fun of it, then we will Bales is a sister of Miss Wanzer. ;Rasb property just back ot the Cleo Pennington spent the week engage in a much easier occupation idormitoryand will move his family you end at her home in Livingston. than the printing business. If to town in the near future. During the week of Prayer for We need owe us please pay us. Thos. Cherry, of Crab it. .Mr, J. Home Missions, recitation periods Orchard, has quit his old wav of were shortened five minuter each A special from Paris stated that in order to allow extra time for about and is now riding moving Walter Rich, of Livingston, had the special chapel exercises. On 10 one of the latest Mcdel cau. been arrs'-fiand charged with Tuesday morning the High W. T. Davis has moved to new .aiding in the. wrecking of the L. School Girls had charge of the residence opposite fair ground, and N. Florida Limited near there on program, on Wednesdav the 7th, Cas Cox, the baaber. has moved to I the night of Nov. 8th. J jm Delph ud 8th grades and on Thursday the house vacated by Mr. Davis another young jnan from Living- fhe Jower grades. Dr. W. D. Laswell, who bought ston who was recently released A large number o.' the girls are Dr. D. B. Southard's residence Is from tbe Reform School after serv- plaoniag to spend the Thanks: lhere and will move his family in ing a sentence for attempting to giving vacation, which begins cbe near future or as .coon as Dr. wreck thig same train near Livj next Wednesday noon at their Southard moves to Stanford. mgston avear or more ago, is homes, M. B. Jones and son, Simon, of accused of being an accomplice. Arizona Coldiron .and Elsie this county, will Detectives from Paris went to Rhea made too per cent.. Jn, their tLevel Green, jfleave in few days for Ft. Myer, Hamilton, Ohio to look for Delph. monthly test in Arithmetic in ;Fla. Mr. J ones has some property Rich is a son of the late. William wpek. Some ther good grades.! here and expeels to move his Rich of Livingston, and is about were made showing that excellent sixteen years ot age. jfamily there sooa. work is being done. "Butch" McClure and Wm. Bryant were home Sundav. Mrs. Meshack Gentry has been very sick for a week or more. Miss Nola Jones is the guert of Mrs. Walter Miller for a fewdays. I?. B. Mullins was in Louisville and Indianapolis during the week. 'Mr. J. A Landrum. att-- r an illness 01 several weeks is able to be out. Bev Evans, the popular London drummer, was with our merchrnts this week Mrs. George Furguson.'of June tion Citv, is with relatives here for a few days. M i?s Susie Thompson has returned from a lew months stay in Louisville. Miss Claudia Dodson will spend Thanksgiving with her brother in I.idianapolis. T. P. Mayfield of Somerset was here Wednesday in the interest of the M. W. of A. Miss Alice Ward, of Livingston, is spending the week with Mrs. Joe Wood has sold nis farm i,n Renfroes Creek known as the Gentry place to a Mr. Moore, of Chenoa, Va., and will move to another place he recently purchased near Conway. Mr. Moore will take cbarge of his new place at once. A fire broke out in the residence of S. C. Franklin Saturday tnoru-iu- g and for a time the chances were good for a fire of consider 755 TO. MEN AND n Powder YOUNG ME m m iL AbsoIutelyPiire No Alum No Lime Phosphmtes flft IS THE able proportions, but the laithlul bucket brigade was soon on hands and the fire stopped with a slight damage. Charley Stewart, a nephew of L T. and A. W. Stewart died a few days since at the Kings Thanksgivin TIME LIMIT FOR GETTING YOUR. Wor is progressing nicely on the M. J. Miller store room. Mr. arid Mrs. Arthur" Dailey are rejoicing over the arrival of a fine girl at their home yesterday. Daughter Infirmary, Louisville, where he has beeu for the past two or three years, being treated Many years ago he lost the use of himself all due to the excessive use of cigaretts. 53,000.00 to thote who aet as the local representatives ef EVCSYCOD'T'S MAQAZMNS anil BEING GIVEN AWAY . Let us show you how you can simply by forwarding NEW SUIT m m m m m m THE DELINEATOR all in addition to lilxsral c o Tim iss Ions you v friends snd neighbors aud collecting thu miewals of our present subscribers. Try for THIS month's prixes. There are lots of prizas that can be won only by persons liviujr in towns some size as your own. Write at once to the S- ecu re a Snare in1 the & Vv hy not give the fellow that is always tooting his own horn a chance to prove that he has something to toot about? WeVe been doing lots of blowing about our line of Clothing and Shoes and we are doing more every day as we see the best dressers of this country BUTTTERICK PUBLISHING COMPANY BUfTERICK BUILDING, NEW YORK CITY wi j! i 'miTi ' n1 .1' mMU HmM PJHr FURNITURE W1 are showing the best line of Furniture ever brought Let us to Livingston show you before you make your fall purchases We have everything for the home from the basement to the attic. "going after tf these goods This store is widely known as The Home of Good Clothes and the reaeon will be clear to you when you once see the we are offering this You cerrainly cannot season make a iaier choice than to have, your new fall suit or mer-chandi- de post-offic- E, L. COCKRELL Livingston, Ky. overcoat bear the Fish label; Read these Ads of ours and s when you need anything worn by mankind LOOK FOR THE SIGN OF THE FISH ' OVE RC0ATS Do you want an Overcoat? I have a full line ox Men' s and Boys' and I aim to sell them all in the next 30 days You wjU have tQ hurry They wont last longat the price I will I make you $ THE HOME of GOOD CLOTHES WE FILE MAIL ORDERS M. ADAMS BRODHEAD, KY 4- rw - PROMPTLY WITH BEST VALUES Itf STOCK AND WE PAY EXPRESS ON ORDERS OF $5 OR OVER 1 ANYWHERE Ai ' ' : . s v- - ' - ' & 13 CUT CLOSE J i .tirfVv & rv- i V 0U3,v. Nfe :? w7 ffrtt'imn f nliiiT him 'nr'il UnflllMI ttWMl l lilMlVrfl ti tifc.rauM burdens a woman hes to carry through life are meny but they can be Jzfihtened if she will turn to Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. A soothing and Strengthening nervine subduing nervouj excitability, prostration, hysteria, end the many symptoms which lay be caused by distressing ills peculiar to women. For those "dragging-down- " pa;ns or distress and for the derangements and irregularities lh "Favorite Prescription" has had many thousands of testimonials from people living in every part of America. Another important thing to every apmun is that this medicine is. made from efficient medicinal roots, without the use of alcohol, narcotics, or any injurious agents. Full list of ingredients given on and sworn to by Dr. U. V. Pierce who is President ot the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, at Buffalo, N. Y. Every woman is invited to write to this Institute and receive confidential and sound met'icul advice, entirely without cost from one who makes the diseases of women h:s nnecialty. ynrr remedies, especially "l 'an clterrfnhv 5' - lUi your ' 1 ..voriuj rrcA riiii..a,' 10 :.ll . --mile disorders," writes 1 ik. M. 31. Moiini:;.L, of Eluff Cit v. Tonn., Itouto 2. Durinij '13 n;: years I f.uflYrnl fnra nnins in tlin hnolr.inil lri'jd ninny remedies found only transient roll f until 1 was jcrsnadil by a, friend to try Dr. Pierce's KiYi.ii; .'nscTlti'.--itj-- "ivin-:. romody a fair trial. f ;, is roer mnin.dod to M .. i. ', l: Hi -- I' ii u.ii'.J.. 1 cnuot bpcalc too highly "' c Dr. l'.ireuV roy.ix.ius f..r all derangements." hot-Cash- es WOMAN'S TRIALS, '3a, MILLIONS CanBeSavedTo Kentucky By Tlae Appointment Of Adequate Counsel Justus Goebel Makes ,au. VERNDB D1SKET GO. '.&. g tut bottle-wrapp- er ISK J V -' k . PRACTICAL & II UNDERTAKERS 5 Mi. Vrneo, Ky. roT-reir-en- 1 1 o.-iii- -a. bi r OUCH ItilETALlCCASKETIS Coffins anc r?obes. Licence! Embulmcr g Z j uillh; e :!iarr-t- ' rf St'' it th it line f .4Ht U . r v work ffi" tho ctiwic . o vi T&SS. ISOESEIi. Dt. pisrea'j jj2us2k Pc'Zocj Orders by wire prouijM.ly iilk'tt. Ofiice .WW-7I- ;U points, liver iils IIt. Yoriiou MnuisiRtnl SIT GEORC5 OWSMS, BulKiin Manager PIIOXK lly 'HiSUil5 J L 1 $ lk&SF& SgPfr m Z W& rnn. sa ffffl i yw i M lsA -- jt , yb. &-- I) Si' .&& &. Jnr line ot tJoucli (Jackets Pt&&xmj&k2. ia ,,uvii...i .,.. mm W I '.11 Strong Appeal for Protection To People's Interests In Open Letter He Asks That Lawyers Known To Be Loyal To the Cause Of the People and Free From Corporation Taint be Employed In the Suits Against Corporations Tax-Dodgi- :'.:y,j.-.,.- : :,... ,,.tusi. ; : ..-- -- JUSTUS GOEBEL. GOV. J. B. M'CREARY. Kentucky Delegates From Stats at Large to DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CCNVENINON, BALTIMORE, JUNE, 1012. The Covington companies in t' by & Son, cf Leri.-igxofor the Ci peake & Ohio K ilioad Company; Cc tlenry L. Stcue, Kelm Bruce, C. .Moorman, R. A. Colston, of Louie ii . and Bro.vder & Browder, cf Russti" ville, for the Louisville & Xash.-ii.-i Itailrcad Company; Bee: ham & .Mc Juown, of Krankiort. and Hrnst, &. Cottle, of Cincinnati, for tl. South Covington & Clnenuuti tu.t Railway Crir.pany and the Un'.c. Light, Heat ;.ad over Company; ;,!:.. cll, r.amst'y & Grayuor., of Ciucinna. .'or we Ad us Ccspii.y ar .or the S..;nam Lxpiesa Company. In adJitiou to this ga.axy ot Iega :ilnt, ths uiii:; corBcrfticns have a st army of hussy workers who uevo .ppejr in tho limelight or in cca. oom, and they muy be daseribed t. ca:ch lawyers, accouniants i .Hiit.ncia;:t, who are a migaty su live clement to the men . ho h iient the cases and make the pleat -. c- ij. llilUtUUHLU?f.,?M,i-M,llMUlM".:,,,.,,??-- .,j -- ; i ilTHfc MiHi "ct?j ill u'TfWife &yasa&WIS All T)l i. iiuiie ISlii Hand - made Coilifi furnished Hears,i seufc to a" aits of the County Mt Doctor Sai fj m 13 1 ordars by Wire Promptly Filled W. A. QO .n.L! w-t- 1 past paid as little, proportionately, did most cf the above mentioned cc panies', and without exception z these companies and the two oth'; suing wanted the same assessn.eu for 1912 that they had in 1911. Tl Board of Valuation and based their 1912 assessments en cc vincing proof of value.; placed befc; them, and the assessments are un I'ormly just and fair, and of the four hundred corporations r.. sessed, only seven have protested the courts, and these are among thes that have always proportionately pa: the least. In the last twelve years the Statt counties and cities have been robbed and the word robbed is the only won that lits the case, of more than ten mil lion dollars in taxes. In the years from 1902 to 1911, inclusive, a period of ten years, there has been an average increase in the ranchise assessments of he four larg est railroads of the State of only IV. per cent yearly, and this almost uu believable record of astonishingly small increases was made in the tea icst years for earnings that the r.til roads of this country ever saw. The picture here presented of the previous inadequate franchise asscss-nentis astounding, but when one into the situation regarding the tangible assessments made by Rail road Commissions cf the properties cl ,i: of the corporations now suing the State, the word "astounding" is undo iiiato and must be here supplanted by he wcrd dumfounding to rtatc more e! ". tt P' JV .r-- 1 mi. vi ATrn TMmATXT v VJiN, nli r r ( ng Cardu'." writes Mrs. 2. V. SoelJ. of Havnc. M. C. " L wai- in a very low stats cf iMia! ii, and was J hoc abie to i he no 2nd tend in mv rinfifs I. t''il frv Pr-d- ni , and :nrn .. . ...j ..j I ot tbi lo be up and help do my l j gg began to feci better. housework. I cominued to take t!.e nK.:ic:r.e, ain! now I l E am abie to do vr.y hjuseworfc and to care for my c!iiidrcn, and I fee! ir, ihcujh I could never praise Cardu; enough m k- Wi for the benciite I Iiave receivrd ." m- - I "Trv - moi-tha- aywtwi ca. ,ww t . ttti .85 Yesterday Tc.day To-morro- w bat no, YFTHRDAY is but a draain, TO-l)- Kwry yeut..'1'd oulva vision. well lived in ikes ovory yesterdav a dream of hap-piws-jw in ay nor a vision ufhopj. Therefore to-daj- -, brinyour account to VERN-Q- j 'UK B.TK is OF MT. witli as. brirtjr viu J ' Vai that all your moneys will brinij you liappi- y will lad all j'our reiollectious of yest tvat aisf tcticn and all your dealings and r alions listik wi.' li'un you"reat prosperity. ho :tv THE 3AM K OF rslT.VERNO.N, C. C. WILMMS, 2WIT. President. KENTUC CY W. h. RICHARDS, Cashier- VER ! i i - gjl m " "D 1 a "S E V ri al 1 s illirispATip ly FIND QZ2E smu&F '. v. i . ivvr's Store. .e . ork a specialty. rk guaranteed. i By the use of SWAMSOPi'S V&3 EMhik,inki.K W. T. FRANCIS, ;-- ?0 (Sreai Remedy fat Rkeutmatism, Lumlsago? sL&Gttpe, MsdsacyTirouM& nal use that gives quick relief to the cufferer. Applied externally, it steps all acris and paint Takaa internally, it dissolves tlio poisonous substanca and assists nature in restoring the system to a healthy condition. Scld by OniBsIsts. One Dollar per bottle, or sent prepaid upon receipt of price if not obtainable in your locality. SWWiSCN 168 Lake Sciatics, Gout;, NGupalgmi .r t? s . Dentist Mt Vernon. Ky Itis a preparation for both internal and exter- 'CtfH Home and oflice in the late residence Dr. J.lyei-- formerly occupied on Old M:iinSt.,j;Mt. Vernon. Street, RHEUMATIC CISE COMPANY ... Chieas! C. C. MT. Williams, Best Remedy for Constipation, Sicfc HsadJclio, Sour Stomach, Belchiagr ant LtvorTroubles. 25c Per Dox at Druggist! & ATTORNEY-AT-LA- VERNON. KY. On 2rd. floor o EasiSyaxttS Qmc&SyHeaSeti The Bank of Mt. Vernon , on Churcb Thoso who Gnffcr frcra Itaema, Special attention given street or other skin to collections. Phone No. So. aKaUafcBEJiiriJt HUM 1 iliik pirn-pic- s eruptions fcnovr oIsoflcriniT.you can easily gl". rid of it by c simple and in- - Its miseries. Tneieisnonrcd 'i&ii anitlon J.CMcCLARY UNDERTAXER and EMBALMER im asttoilrc-Dro- known p rivLv poundod oli.t- ment tint for fifteen years haG proven Its valno as rins-worn- i, Salve. It Is a carcfull7 com- - & tm i m m m Insreinedy for eczema, plmnles.runnlns sores, wounds, burns, sait rhcan:, pileo and acne. A flnjlo apolleatioa will usnally elvo lmmedlatort-ller- . n 'mi Lumlne. Irritatlnir quickly Entsldes and lac sores dry and inaam-niclio- dlaarpear. Tlie Salvo is now put up in 25 and SO cent and sold by nearly all notobUilaab.'cln your locality you ran order direct from Swarinon It. C. Co. 1C3 Lake St., Chicago, 111., and it will bo sent postpaid upon receipt of price. It is an excellent iemedy for scrofulous aftuctiouB, crocked skin and scalp humors. Flve-Dro- u drujreist. If itu if Stanford, Ky. POSTED We the underaigtisd .strictly for bid hunting or tresspassing of any kind upon our lands and will punish t the extent of the law any one guilt of the saint-- : G. S. Hiait W C. Johnson FLAGGED TRAIN WITH I I 4Bh 9BHBHk.lK SHIRT Tearing his shin from his back an Ohio man flagged a train and saved it from a wreck . hut H 1 . Alston, Kaleigb, N C ,ouce pre vented a wreck with Electiic Biiters. "I was in a terrible plight when I began to use them," he writes, "my stomach, head, hick and kidneys wcje all badly a fleeted and m; livei was in bad condition, hut four hot leg ot. Electric Bitters made me feel like a new man . A trial will rnn- vince , you of their matchless merit for- any stomach, liver or kidney trouble. Price so rPnt - Mount Vernon Monument R i Manufacturers of ana and Granite Monuments of all kinds. Estimates furnished on application. GEO. 0 WENS. Propr f ironc 112 at Chas. C. Davis. tion of only $1,989,870, and in 1911 on ft yaluation of only $4,510,320, whereas the Board found their 1912 assessment should be $14,746,857. The L. & N. R. R. in 1901 paid taxes on a franchise valuation of only $6,504,879, and in 1911 en a valuation of only whereas the Board found their 1912 assessment should be $11,-899,20- 0, assistants, the .I!:t,,, talth's legal force, as compared with uu o" the corpcrat'ens. ust sje MW.V to- - L?(!'i5 Ai! iiory Dcpt. Oj.we"' ilotfc C.. C'aMatso .ga. Tens.. nadaquate, indeed; and when it ir 'iUtac I lur Wot:-- . a." sou lsec J15 r2 lor Sp:c:al !iuir.uis:x, 5 aken into consideration that the atvt t 7tr w T,5 rrvJrqT??" .a fc. torney general's has a raul ilic'ty of crses and matter.--, cf state o fi:I!y employ their attc.:l:c.i, ?.:! .hit the present situr.tion comen ir :he nature of an emergency unferc teen and unprecedented in the stat': histoiy, the urgent necessity for th cmplojment of other able la.vyers v. a supportive force to the attorney general becomes qulio rnparent. Ability, known lryaity to th? czw and assured freodeni from corporatior taint should be tie gaue to goven Take the case of ihc C. & O. R. R in the sc!rction cf tomeys to r ?"y Necessity for action in the interest f the people has grown "as years have .md the records shew th it tho t ngible in the defense of the state's inteiestt assed until it has developed into what property of this ec:.r.;:i;. in 1S92 Justus GcwLal's Interest. was assessed a , today a crying shame and from twenty.. years ago, S,S,019,577. In 1911 notwithstanding .hich relief must come. My interest in the wcrk. just cc:r Too long, altogether too long, has the extensions made in mileage i.i dieted by the board war, and is, dif "icre unjust discrimination road, double tracking of a vast system 'erent from, and greater than, that o been gainst the people, unjust and burden-ni- acquiring much new .real estate ant .ny man in Kentucky or elrowhere taxation upon the people, as probably more than doubling the! ven though he may have bc i cc ompcred with what has been required equrpfaent of engines n'jd ears thi. icctcd with the work. Love of in tangible vas j be paid by the big corporations ot compan's ou.y $'J,27C- ipcity 21", as- tate and love for and memcry of m. It,, cr sessed at is My Choice pei ur State. Corporation lawyers have cent less than in 1S92, twenty yaari assassinated brother, whoso brain oastingly said the death of William .vork constructed and whose blooi .sebel was a benefit to the corpora- - ago. stained the statutes which uiade i ? Amonp: the many valuable presents now riven away In 1892 the market of C. &. O possible to do what the Board ions. If this was true, the question of Valu -- with Z.(fcr'.TrrjDukes?.Ii.-tsirethereissflie:hinto stock "was around 11 r.r.d s, how much longer shall the people Uion and Assessment has ju.-- ' ccn satisfai-ti.7he suit every taste and in tins )e held in bondage because of his the stock of this con.? y is selling 2 sleted, have compelled of me 'he sen . at 81.5 and th- - , tal stoc presents are exactly like the i.lacco M Far ail .eath? co I have rendered in the. matter, ant. God knows the corporations now has been increased to cue hundred of men like the selected Virginia and North Caroliau bright ! .vithout official duty resting on me, million dollars. Further comment tc have given untiringly K'd uing the State have been able to leaf that you get in and almost en iobbe. (and the word procure is used ahow that our state ha- more than five months of tim idvisedly) immunity long enough from .s unnecssary. The tan. '! proportj -- nergy and study to these assessmen, of the C, N. O. & T. P. . . wm f,p. jaying their just share of the taxes. 'i the interest of the state and its pe. A hundred million dollar increase sessed in 1911 for less'th . it was as f.c. to the exclusion of every othe AJtffit and but lit'!. more thai interest business and personal. a the value of corporation property sessed sf 'fft cr taxation opens a new era in iho in 1S90, notwithstanding tlie great im Therefore, with such an interest an kj&B a -a a P .tate's affairs, and has awakened the provements made by the company iih the knowledge that I have' gaii eople, and brought them to a realizat- The other railroads have been similar d through my labors, I feel that 1 ar ion of what has been done to them, ly inadequately assessed on their taagi i.ualificd, amply qualified, to makes ai nd there will be a further awaken--g- , ble property for many years. appeal,, in the name of the 400.000 tai In May, 1910, a prominent official of pryers of which will correct abuses equally the state who furnish sever Now this famous old tobaqco will lc more popular .s great as unequal taxation. A true one of the companies suing, stated th'it eights of the revenue for the state' awakening of the people has come, the special interests had in yoars past than ever for it is now a and who for many year-hav& Myers leader, and L, equal in quality to any granulated tobacco and henceforth every man who would controlled the state's taxing board?, withstood the burden of uuequr you can buy. hold office must be a progressive, and ind the records apparently prove he taxation, to the administrative an If you haven't smoked Duke's Mixture with the no imitation will satisfy then; they told the truth in that instance. He legislative officers of the state to sur Liggett & Myers name on the bnjc try it now. You will sweep asiue and into oblivion m ilso stated that he would control thr port the governor with unlimite. will like it, for there is no better value anywhere. old chaff any man who hesitates o; present Board of Valuation and A For 5c you get one and c h --Jounces of rhoice granulated .wns for the necessary defense o. but in this he has proven a tobacco, unsurpassed by ar.y in quality, and u ith cadi sack you dares stand in the way of bettermen-o- t people's interest and cases. get a book of cigarette papors FREE. conditions and improvement in ev 'gnominious failure. : iere are mca a ho have said ii ery way for the whole people. Nov Abcal: the Free Presents Board Acts For People. .Co that in Me employment of A, " The couPs non p.icked with Lzett & Myers Duke's Gross Undervaluation. y John L. Rich the state had gone To date the people have Avon, and tl Mixture are Kood for all sorts of valuable presents. These presenough, but to tuch men I wouic No one doubts, had William Gob Hoard of Valuation and Azsessrr.pr. ents cost yeu net one penny. The list includes not only j, "13 your only interest the welfare bel been permitted to live, that which consisting of Henry M. Boswort siuuKcn, DUE articles Llse people, and have you prove was done last month by the Board ol mairman; Tom S. Rhea and C. . many desirabfepresents for S3 ' there is no other interest that L women an:! cnihlrcn fine Valuation and Asessment would have -t recelius, has finished its work Zry' jrSi-''4frm . er with you than the people's in fountain pens, umbrellas. been done more than a decade ago, and, thank Gcd, for once It h eniaLRis. toilet articles, .rest?" and instead of the large cor icted In the interest of thi people. tennis racquets, catcher's porations fighting in the courts am Every Citizen Interested. Until this year the Board cf Valu gloves and masks, etc by sinister methods, endeavoring c rion and Assessment has been c. We have been, and are, dealing ir, As a special offer dxxrinsr yCteSct-k-ilv-7 perpetuate unjust and unequal taxa vvi Lhasa rolled in the interest of the bij; c :ij with a matter ..hieh fs vita' U September and October tion, to throttle the action of thi. by some hook or croc-1-- - olt only, me will send you our iJ affects the comforts of evcrj State Taxing Board, the first to act ful cr friendship, political fr.vor rfnJo .. e, no matter how humble, aiiJ ti neia illustrated catalogue of ly In the interest of the people, the: presents FREE. Just send ccketbook of every taxpayer in fi would long ago have been raying inu r to be rendered, bribery or intir name and undress oa a postal. ommon wealth, be ho laborer, m. the State, county and city treasure '.ation, but never before has the stai Couions from Duti's Mixture m ihanic, farmer, merchant or of an be astortcl un'h 'as tro-:ounty or city been given what it wi. atlier their just proportion of taxes. HORSE T rank or station. All have th SKOc. J.T.. TWSLEVS NATURAL It is very evident that in Ken ightfully entitled to. LEAF. GRANGER TWIST, coupons nterest in what we have been figh tucky, as in other States, big corpora from FOUR ROSES The eight suits that have bee double .ng for more nearly ctiual tara coufon). PICK PLUG CUT, PIEDMONT 'irought against the state must b: tions will never pay a cent more l,;i,1X, CIGARETTES. UKt.i lib. nd relief from corporation oppression. 7?- 'V taxes than they are made topay. 'ought through all federal and stat "Zici an. 1 ulhtr tzzi cr coupons issued by us. The question is, shall the causa . rvis Presium Dept. Take the case of the C. & O. R. R courts, and are of vital importance t( our taxpayers be defended at the bar In 1911 this road, on its entire sys our people. They involve for the stat of justice by an array cf counsel o! tem in Kentucky, paid taxes on a tc $382,389, and for the county and citj the correct standard and in keep! if Sl.LonIj.Mo. tal valuation of only $9,313,270, where taxing districts $823,396, or a total, with the greatness and Importance ot as the street railway company of tin annually, of $1,205,785. these cases, which involve, not city cf Louisville was made to pay on The railroad companies, realizing this year, but millions upnii a valuation of $10,800,000. The C. & the magnitude of this fight and anxmillions in years to come, and if the O. R. R. in 1901 paid, taxes on a fran ious to win out, not alone from a finanassessments are upheld, mean to th's chise valuation of dnjy,$2,171,189, ant cial standpoint, but to prevent the generation and generations yet unborn In 1911 on a valuation of only $2,743, .great public, denouncement that is in Kentucky, lesser tax to pay, and to 3I0, whereas the Board found theli bound to come in the wake of a vic- the state adequate revenue for every 1912 assessment should be $18,798,630 tory for the state, are calling up the purpose of government, economical' The C, N. O. & T. P. R. R. in 1901 wonderful array of legal talent that is conducted. paid taxes on a franchise valuation at their command through the power VI "Most respectfully yours, feMHaw-ihiTrTO ALL WISTEX 11ESORTS of only $3,110,197, and in 1911 on a and influence that comes of the tre"JUSTUS GOEBEL" mendous amount of money represented valuation of only $3,559,320, whereas FARES TO SPECIAL RGU?5D-TFi!- P the Board found their 1912 assessment in their combined capitalization of apshould be $10,674,200. The I. C. in proximately one billion dollars. 1901 paid taxes on a franchise valuaMaster Legal nd hits tli-cC-rd- ai. d&l-ars.McS. OPEN LETTER. Frankfort and Covington, Ky., October 31st, 1912. His Excellency, Governor James B. To McCreary; to all Administrative and Legislative officers of the State and to all citizens of the Commonwealth who are interested in equal and uniform taxation: "Tell my friends to be brave and fearless and loyal to the great common people." These last words of my assassinated brother, William Goebel, have a sacred significance to me and when in September, 1909, I again commenced, to take an active interest in our State's alfairs, it was not to gain political favor, tor there is no office I would have; but it was with hope and confidence that my work would, during vhe administration of the present state jfneers, open up an opportunity for Kentucky to take up William Goebel's ork where the assassin's bullet had uterrupted it, and in that event every epartment of our government would correctly what the tanigblc assess-ncn- t ,ive thereto by voice and action most picture actually presents. ;csitive, vigorous and loyal support. Work Is Delated a Decade. Relief Must Come. s ex-min- i 5s Eg 0 TAKE 1 ha JC a. 1 -- tc a-:- .id Without detrjetinr cno icta frr n splendid ability and known Icyaltj L j the bV.ite's interests posse.--ss-d he attorney general, James Game.:, e .rs'-:n-e its. en iiie womanly constitution. rl Cardui does one thin?, and docs it voii. That explains :r 1 W the crreat success vhkii it has had, durintr the oast 50 years. Sjwtj in helping iiiousands of weak and filing wotaen back to rr i 2 health and hrppiness. If ycu are a voman, feci tired, dull, and are nervous, 2$ cross and irntaoie, it s because you r.ced a tonic. Why not - j try Cardui? Card::i bu'.lds, strenc.'jens, restores, and acts in every way as a special, tcnic remedy for women. Test 'Sid tjp Ask hi'n. it for yourself. Your druggist sells W ra women, and oc;s eardui is successful, because it is made especially for 4j Iy f y- 'y c-i- cc " ::( ,l4.- - o -- - of Bclre's Mixture P?essats" lts-If- v&S&gffl eL-sc- s r-- lco to-d- a & . pro-ur- e ly y Wgf&tT&ftpsX, ... U suan h -- Wi?PA: uJi i'm Liett c MKSg&r :- v to-da- mwm Emm? -- j?m n tlCc-tt- n aiSEH&'BSKaBdl Minds. Among the master legal minds that are already' engaged In preparing the defense of the suing corporations are Trabue, Dolan & Cox; of Louisville, for the Illinois Central Railroad Company; Galvin & Galvin, of Cincinnati, for the Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Railroad Company; John T. Shel EXPERT WATCH J. C. MOORE MAKER Optician COX Florida, tzh0 Neiv Orleans, Panama long Sttorn Limit. FeJi Stop-Ov- s? P2i?I!eges. .. Eyes Tested and Glasses Fitted Free All kinks of Jewelry Repaired. All work guaranteed. BROS.. STORE ... p,vns t - licrida, via Oucn & Crescent ' Thr r ',' o to . .V. O jeans. 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