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Mount Vernon signal: November 29, 1912 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1912 mou1912112901_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: November 29, 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. M ?4 DT Published Every Friday VOLUME XXVI. IB Ai.. r awisn? B HJ t&a F.H - ivWViVW - AgrI mrk 1 g 11i1 . MMMMi 7t 'aiYBhw- - ai w Established 1887 29. 1912. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER BKODHEAD. NUMBER 10 CULPEPPER S1FTINGS Turkey an dressln' Pa asks the blessin' Appetites guessin' Thanksgivn Cranberries stewin', Every jaw chewin'. Nothing else doin' What She Said you think, Will, that its about time were getting a new suit ? you nON'T in Than kssri vine's coming and you know that Father ana Mother and Uncle Jim's folks are going to be here, and I have invited the Parkers and Abbotts You'll need new clothes before long nyw:iy, and you might as woll get them now." wJf AND PERFECT HEALTH COME TO EASY MONEY ALL WHO LOCATE IN Dr, Lewis, of Wildie, was the THE PECOS VALLEY guest of Dr. Carter, Thursday OF TEXAS. night. Our good friend, J. E. Wallin, has moved his family to Junction City. We regret to give up these good people. Mr. Wallin is Special Agent for the Q & C, and it was necessary fcr him to be at or near Danville, where he had had his office for some time, but on account of high rent, he decided to move to the Junction. It is said that it is 'an ill wind that blows nobody good." Mr. W- - A, Carson moved his estimable family to the J. E. Wallin property, aud while our little town has suffered the loss of one good family, the loss has been equalled by the presence of another. We are glad to welcome r. Carson and his most estimable family back to their former home, and hope they will never see cause to leave us again. Dr. W. E. Gravely accompanied Sam Sayers to Louisville last Tnurs-dawhere he Underwent an op .eration on the following day for The some tubercular trouble doctor returned home Friday and reported his patient doing nicely. Mrs. W. G. Blanton died at the home of her son, C. H. Blanton, last Friday, of pneumonia The Rev. R. B. Baker, ol Fariston, y One settlor who owns 8 acres says lie has too much land and will sell 2 acres. He paid $100 an acre a year ago and has since Day " it. What He Said little woman, L AE nowL,that you mention 1 days, and I suppose 1 might as well spruce up a bit to help out on vour little gnes these duds have seen their J bet hanksgiving Splurge. Guess I'll drop in at Sutton A: McBee's on the way down. Saw something in their window the other day that kind of made a hit with me.' What We Said 'WES. Mr. Kent, we h:ie what you want Right over this nay, please. Now, here's a Clothciaft suit. See, here's the label Absolutely. Here's a i 32? I mil guarantee by the makers that proves it. You notice they also say it's guaranteed to hold its ff jdiape and give satisfactory wear and service. Notice how well this suit is made eveiy stich and seam is the woik of an expert and no suit leaves the factory until it See how har ha- passed a rigid s)stem of tiiple inspection. moniously the linings and buttons match the cloth 'iu wj ' i i8 'Fit you ? Just try it on and look m that glass, ij "i &&i ridir, isn't it ? Couldn't lit better if it was made tor you. "Ye, sir that guarantee goes. Wear the suit, and if it doesn't 'prove satisfactory in every way. we'll make it right. -- Fuieen dollars that 's right thank your The line runs T f 1TT1 the same guarantee. Good-bye- . from $10 to 25, all under nice "Where can l get a suit 11 your?, 711 ism coming your way come aain. ' 1 paid d) tor my Ja-- suit, hut never saw anything 1 liked IT tiT' Til. as well as yours. j "wisn 1i count get ciotnes to nc me use They Said "Your husband always di esses in sucih good taste." Bill's. "TTEVER saw Will look ho well as he does - IN "That's a dandy suit, Bill where do you get your Do Say? clothes?"---"You'looking prosperous, Bill, things must be ' just All-woo- l' m thSgmngI y Z then several times refused $500 He and his grown son are at work every week day in the year and sell $10 to $jo worth of products daily. He sold 125 of worth of cantaloupes from an acre and has planted the same 'patch in winter cabbage which will ripen in February and be worth more thau the cantaloupes. A widow liviug on a small farm by her own labor has raised nine daughters, sent them through school and given them a start in life. She raised an acre of Cauliflower one winter from which she got 1,200. One man sold 427 worth of sweet potatoes from a single acre. r during odd times A seeded 3 34 acres to aljalfa in Sept. and the following year cut and sold $525 worth of clover. an acre. Thanksgiving Day Monk Taylor says: "A sof answah may turn away wrath, but it takes a hard head to turn away a brick." i-- 6 A Detroit man wants a divorce because his wife talks to much. But wouldn't tnis plea, if allowed, clog the courts? "That young man who comes to see you is certainly a live one'' "Yes. he's a live one. all righ but he's dead in love." "Could you survive me darlicjj it I should die and leave you?; "Well that depends upon whut - you would leave me." store-keepe- ffmA, u sMU - .'-li- igiy i i at the Christian church, Wednesday evening, December 11th. Everybody, especi ally the members, are cordially inviied to attend. Mrs. J. 0. Gibbs, who has been with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Moore, for several weeks, returned to her home in Phoenix, Mrs Arizona, last Thursday. will preach Two brothers in the impliment business and on the verge of bank ruptcv commenced to raise alfalfa seven years ago. Now they are among the rictest men iu that section and claim the will ship 25,000 worth of clover seed their hay should be worth double that sum. A well known Butler county, Missouri farmer went there Sept. i7, bought 40 acres and seeded it in alfalfa completing the work Oct. 15th. He writes his neighbors Mary Henson, of Danviile, was that every seed germinated and v. siting her parents, Mr and Mrs. that he will cut his first crop by Ohint Lear, in the Hiatt section Nov. 30th. if frost holds off. When you give thanks, be sure you slay A turkej' for the happy day; For this year, you can take ray word. The rooster is a sacred bird. 'Skirts are to be fuller nezt season", remarked Mrs. Hillside. "If I am any judge" said Hillside, "Skirts are about full already." -Have you noticed how many plajs have business titles?" "I have ' "There's a play called "Paid For and Delivered" another entitled "Receipted in Full" and so ou." "Yes, iudeed. I am looking: for a play entitled, "If yon Don t like it, Money back.' Set I the two Bills Fish McBee "Now Henry I hope you won't last week. t 1 What t . 1 1 to-da- y" re What YOU SUTTON a9tteeeMtaccM9ceM90oepss'-Mi3- B The Clothcraft Store 9 i m into in JVAJLJJJjI-- J 11 1 ti ::::::::::' o. & ;; ; (Jl eoO ooO aO OS 1 fl llChas.C.Davi o e30 OO0 'CO 'oe9 says '08 as THE DRUGGIST, 38 Now is the Time to buy your toilet TOYLAND Annual Holiday EMOW Display OPEN of f 'IM99 &(. it" iio- as articles of all kinds as COLGATE & COMPANY has given hi in special instructions how to show a complete toilet articles to line of ready-to-use e& c s(5 ON Highgrade Little Folks, CO Novelty Toys The variety of Atti active Toys We Display effects introduced. oOO 9 a Boys and Girls includes many nev novelty :.u.l n.eclnmical Ocil - fooS grK U9 the most sciutinizing customers. .0Q3 OS Come Bring: the Little Folks v TO SO PHONE 39 A'Oti.. 09 08 CO Til ID 030 &... !) & CHAS. C, DAVIS MT, VERNON, KY, -- 00V fl6 C9C . 99 9 09 utt 39 Largest and Most Complete Exhibit of Toys in Town Pont forget the ;V39 Mfi wlS eg UULL flHTQT I ! Lit Up Giils. o6a HANSFORD; Rev. ular appointment at Mt. Pisgahi PORTO RJCO'S NEW WONDER From far away Porto Rico Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. J. J. C. Clouse filled his reg- H, Isaacs, of Level Green, last Thursday. Little Dorothy Mc Kinney is better at this time. Every 5c cash purchase of merchandise entitles you to one vote for any little girl between the age of 3 and 10 year Help some little giil to get this beautiful S10 DOLL V They will appreciate it." Contest Closes December 4th, -- ' W. Cromer and Mrs. Ixicy JDoan come reports of a wonderful new very that is believed will visited relatives near Level Green disco benafit vastly the people. Ramon Sundaj'.' Miss Rose Renner spent T. Marchan, of Barceloneta, writes last week with her sister, Mrs. "Dr. King's New Discovery is Nora McKinney. Rev C. K doing splendid work here. It Carmical reiurned borne Sunday cured me about 6e times of Jrom Line Creek where he has been terrible coughs and colds, also my brother of a severe cold in holding a protracted meeting. his chest and more than 20 othprs. Mitcbel Cress, of Wabd, wrs haye used it on my advice''. We through this part last week buying hope this great medicine will yet geese. Miss Martha and Fanny be sold in everv drug store in Kirby spent last Wednesday with Porto RicV. For throat and lung troubles it has no equal. A trial iheir sister, Mrs. Kose Barron, will convince you of its merit, Willie Adams, of near Mt. Vernon ooc and $1 00 Trial bottle free. visited relatives at Pongo Saturday Guaranteed by Chas. 0. Davis. :ird Sunday and attended church Hello, haben sie Mike' JOHH WHITE ft Line Creek. Miss Martha L gesebn? Ktrbv was the guest of Mrs. Yours very Truly, I 3m entisngipii HIGHEST MARKET PRICE FOR RAW FURS AN9 HIDlS wool on Cemn!sifan. Write for pries- urn ncnuonirrj .i:.s aJ, LIVINGSTON, KY. AND HIDES RID CO. XS. jfir.&!?m. SWkt ijm Henry Brooks and Scores of people in that country disgraced Yourself". Chas. Winkler were here this "All right." week. George S. Durham was at are doing as well as these people. "When you carve the turkey, home from Sparke' Quarry, Sat- We will be glad to show you their farm; and you can talk to try to flip the stuffing on the poor Mr. and urday and Sunday. L. Durham, and little them. If you catch us iu a single relatives. It would mortify me to Mrs, Fred we will pay the death if you ruined one of our son, Austin "Sparks, were with expenses of your trip. rich relatives' gowns. home folks Satuiday and Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Curt Saylpr, Jf you want a home in the best HOW'S THIS? and Mr. Sam Ray and sis.tey. of c ouDtry on earth we will sell lands We offer One Hundred Dollars Sugar Creek, Garrard couuiy, to suit you. If vou want to buy Reward for any case of Catarrh were the guests of Mr. and Mi for speculation ,we will furnish Larkin Hicks, last Saturday and you investments which we ear- that cannot be cured by Hall's Miss Meade Barton, nestly believe will double your Catarrh Cure. Sunday. F. J. Cheney & Co.. and little Hazel Albright, are vis- money inside of two years and Toledo, Ohio. iting relatives and friends in Cor-bi- n possibly inside of six months. If We. the undersigned, have and Williamsburg this week. you want to invest money solely known F. J. Cheney for the last Rosco Pike is here from Louis for the income it will bring we 15 years, and believe him perville this week Miss Willie Fran-'wi- ll sell you securities that will fectly honerabje in all businsss cis was visiting her sister, Mrs net you from 10 to I5 per cent transactions and financially able Sylvan Bordes in the Copper with property back of them to carry out auy obligations made Creek section this week. Miss worth five to ten times the money by bis f)rm. National Bank of Commerce, Ella Carson spent Saturday and you invest. Security absolute Sunday with her parents at this and prompt payment of principal Toledo Ohio. place. Mrs. Virgil Martin was and interest guaranteed. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon visiting her parents, Mr. and "VY? haye several thousand acres the blood and mucous surfaces Mrs. Granville Owens, at Pine of unusually rich farm land tha ofthesjstem. Testimonials sent Hiil, the tirst of the veek. Mr. we will rent iu small tracts on free. Price 75 cents per bottle. Sutton, af,ter shares to desirable tenants who Sold by all Druggists. and Mrs. Fn-n- k a few (jays with home have teams Take Hall's Family Pills for spepdjng toftls and seed and constipation. folks at this place, lef t'for Lexing- who can maintain themselves until ton, where they will make their thay raise a crop. LOOKS BA.D FOR BELL. Mrs, Ed Sprqule and. home Seven weeks ago Chas. Marshall Cha.rls W. Bell, who was ptyldren, qf Paris, are with her nephew of the Vice Presideut of lS$ate Insurance Commissioner. father, F. Francisco, this week. Rev. A. . Pike and James Vv". the Farmer's Saving Bark of under the Wilson republican adMoore are jurors in the Federal Popiar Bluff, Mo.,an exceptionally ministration, Jn. Kentucky, was Court at London, this week. Mr. well known family, was slowly given a. frarlul grilling by the ot the State Inspector and Jacob Elder, who bought the dyeing. Gf tjuick consumption and liver trouble. He 'had to be carried (Examiner which has - just com grocery store of E. M. Owens last week, we understand has formed into the cars and carried out at pleted aa examination of his deThe Inspector finds partnership with Dr. W. E. Pecos, heing tQ,Q weak to walk partmentand nothing more than a living thero is due the state for fees Gravely, and will put in a large stock of general njercftanth'se i skeleton. No oue expected him land licenses and lax on premiums the clogtQr's giore building, now to live a week. Today expectora- $20, 780,77 of which $15,311,58 occupied by W. H. Sowder. Mr. tion hi s almost ceased, cough is due on fees and premiums and. in the 2 per cent, license-taxSowder will probably move his nearly stopped bleats. a,nd sleeps $54?2-4well and 1W. io d agrees with, him., He reports that there should stock of goods to the Mrs. Benton Tjroperty now occupied by M. tlere is, a gopd color in ajs. face, have been $201,514.79 collected Miss Miranda Tate is he, hag commenced $0 increas; in fox fees and license and $i86 Elder. visiting friends and relives n weit ad he and, h friends are- 203.51 are accounted for. The Riph.moftd thjs. we.ek. Mrs. Amy convinced, he will, soon, be well report does not attempt to say A.yone in, th first whether the $20,730.77 was colitWaVSj Yfho has spen. fti.e audhe-rtj- r. or second stages, of consumption lected from the insurance comspn. pier yMU ber d,au.gh'tejrx Mrs.. ean, be cured by a. P W. Turpep, resumed q e idence in panies, but states that the comwhere she will spn.d flie fran, country of pu ajr ana panies were doing business in the Mrs: Roberta Brooks bii.lUa.iAt sunshine inter. fees, and 6eot a few days in the city pi WAIT TOO LONG. hut DON'T State, the due the licenseKoaey tax were and the Harlan this week. E. S. AJbrighA should be accounted for to the was tn town Yvenespny. EverNext Excursion Dec. . 1012 State but declared that, inasmuch ett WatPon and PJefe Martin, Jr., Round trip tick.e.t$35.oo including as. the commissioner was directly arg killipg Quail and Rabbits (nit) berth in our private cars from. chargeable with these collectioe in the Ottawa section this week. Expenses ietu.rnd U and hud ample authority to ea- We cau hardly 'wait for their re Memphis. Oh, my. Uncle John you purchase lots, tend or torae tuem. he should be held turn. Flynn is very sick at thte writing. securities Jjnd pay down $500 to liable for the amount due the State,, whether he or some one lppo. Go aud see for yourselfJ else was directly in charge of the For pains in the side or ch,est collections. Write today for lull printed in- were in bad Be said the books" dampen a piece of funnel witfc condition and the re- Chamberlain's Liniment and bind formation. No trouble to answer ijt 10 iu mc auauor were m- accurate. The. books sbowd "a U on over the seatof pain. There questions. w4 ? 4rolftCcnacf or Mt is nothing better, For sale by The Stratftn CMiuuiv r'-iS2-r Chas, C. Davis, . mis-statemexe-PQ- tft. V ; 1 3 . - Rig-jrou- d, otani,V Ld ir 3T V"-- - Kr-gara . ? - !' -- 4, r IVI I - VERNON SIGNAL 3 cn who Soes around! Everybody is preparing for m- "I am pleased to recommend yamraenug for strict justice, is uicasea uusmos ana will join Chamberlain's Co ish Remedy a wasting his time. He won't get it heartily in thanksgiving for the best thing I know ot an : : in this world and I don't think bountiful crops, for prosperous j sate-- t reme ly for c ug k, col js ' anu mom ma L i'oi d s wrut s business and for a he'll want it in the next. The man ;s?nD3j no 33J ;rrt pP" jlrioi . unties anZoir;r ov anoviu tun uut ikJ ij UIM VX "H C VIZ P'il 9Z J o-- "ANVaiJOD rRIDAY, NOV. 29, 1912 mH 3a "-- X not Jl 'S.TIVOare 1 Published every Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT, UBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR ar.d that in this CO. lltry v Jth I roe j ' fade from ocean to ocean, from; To introduce us to your friends. We pa Never befoie in history did Advertising rates made kitown on post offices and the lakes to the gulf, w, hav, lai-electorship ha & application offer to first apan enticing look. And tbeir so firmly the foundatio for future Eurance and sucj plicant from this place. Write quick for rosy hue is reflected from Demo- prosperity that no change of particulars 835, Covington, Ky. THE adm:nitration can effect it. cratic prospects. l I 1 $1.00 on election night. L. B. Arnold, o conclusion of an exciting political Colo "We hiiAe used it repeatedly The Houston Post remarks campaign. This Thanksgiving and it has n'ver faili d to give that there are 2,000 cuss words In will be deepened by the confidence For st'e bv 1 ha. 0. Davis. the EnglUh language. No doubt that the best is yet to be. the ihey ac ail MrDt-nvere-liet- suc-essfu- ijj iLx.tcj !" VJU J'ioa uiojj "V "l'S "W 00 IS MW dflBisafiii I wre ued U.yster Ba iw aui tYUILU LUC III?I WHS TTinn ' ter v tj"1 tftinrt ff ''or your spare time Experience not need. rsr . . SSSJg? Cash-Bon- OintsoJ jcDf T! 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"'i'iH8 IJIUOUl IJ3M U9U20AV Pm "'" 9iaiii N MEMBER OF KENTUCKY" PRESS ASSOCIATION iK It is strongly IN fome counties it is clain ed in wwi fmnnnni CAR LOAD OF OIL. hunie.s license average sen in Tut received a car load ot barrel EXPERT WATCH MAKER every covey of birds in this oil from the Standard Oil Co., and territory 'Say, Cos.ie, let me use will establish a station at Mt. VerYes. I know you can see .better 'phone will you?" w7ith a pair of my perfect Thk new political dance will non. When in need of oil call on J. C. MOORE Optician fit glasses All work guaranteed. COX your SOLD BY probably be the '.'pie prance". got 551,718 The rumored in more votes than the elephant. political circles that former Uuited EX. GOV. BECKHAM. States Senator Jo. C. S. Blackburn, of Woodford cou,ntv, is the "dark horse" relerred to in tile OifR Next United States Sfn- race for the Democratic nominaator From Kentucky: tion for CJuited States Senator at How the Wind the next August State wide pri Blows. mary. Some astute politicians regard Senator Blackburn as a sure No citizen can question the adstarter They say the veteran ministration of Bon. J. C. W. Democratic leader has recently expressed himself as being in his Beckham, as Governor of Kentucky, and while it was doubtless e form and not averse to entering the hits for the toga a little premature for him to Senator Blackburn has alvvavs had enter the primarv ju-- t as the time a large following and might make he did aguinst Senator James B. for his McCrearv, no good Democrat apit very interesting proves treachery of four Democrats opponents, his friends say. of the legislature who took a mess Louisville Times. ot pottage and gave the It matters but little who is the ship to a Republican, Senator W. O dam horse" in the approaching Bradley. Their potterage' is race for U. S. Senator. The demonstrated by the fact that those democrats out in the state are for Beckham and he is going to tour got beds under Senator Bradley, and thus the Hon. J. C. win. Those who were for him in his last race are still for him W. Beckham, was defeated for the and a large majority of those who United States Senatorship. Since that memorial session of weie against him in his former the legislature, Ex. Governor race are for him this time. Beckham has been al the while county has had a in private life, working quietly Boys Corn Club for the last three for the success of the Democratic years and every year the club has party, working and making speechmade a good record. es 'in Democratic congressional The third annual exhibition cf races, Gov. McCreary's race and of the club was held a lew days for the ticket, and time has proven ago at the court house in Somer- the wisdom ot his stand in the set. Fourteen boys were present Louisville Gubernatorial convent with exhibits and the average of iuu, aim last uut not least ne nas their corn crops was 103 bushels to been the per-onand political the acre. Last year the average of friend of that Candidate for the bushels P. esidential nomination, who was the crops was eightv-on- e previously it was nominated and the vear by the Democratic sixty-on- e bushels. party and elected President of There-ia great showing of pro the Uuited States. gress. The boy who won the firt Beckham is the statesman of the premium-haproduced 14O bush hour in Kentucky. There is an els of corn on his acre of ground undercurrent for him for the next The winner of the second premium U if. Senatorship which will had produced 126 bushels, while sweep the states at the next the winners of the third and fourth August Primary. The McCreary prizes atta'ine'd a production of 123 County News bushels and 118 bushels, respecONLY A HERO, tively. The' smallest crop of the but the crowd FIRE cheered, as, with fourteen in competition was sixtv-tw- o nurntjo. nanas, ne neid up a bushels to the acre, which j. small round box, "Fellows"! he more than twice the estimated shouted, this Bucklen's Arnica yield per acre in Kentucky for 19 12 Salve I hold, has everything beat for burns '. Right! also for boils, and is nearly three times the ulcers; sores, pimples, sczema; cuts r average. It has sprains, bruises State's Surest pile cure been estimated that 4 000 boys are It subdues inflaraation, kills pain taking part in this year's corn Only 25 cents at Chas C. Davis growing contest in Kentucky, PROPHET OF EVIL. Is not the sin of sins unkiud-ness- ? The prophets of evil who based Because of it tea-- s flow, their predictions upon the electhopes die, friendships are strained ion of Gov. W lson, should not broken. Not fail to point to the fact that in and hearts well-nig- h to be kind widens tLs breach be- Boston, November 7, receivers tween rich and poor, labor and were appointed for the department capital, the fortunate and unfortu- stores controlled by William S. nate. J "t to be kind heartens Butler & Co. It is estimated that the 'labilities the discouraged, strengthens the weak, and makes heavy loads of the three concerns amount to easy to cairy. Be kind to those more than a million dollars. about von. It costs you little or The cause of the assignment is nothing and is the.best investment attributed to the suicide of Mr. yoi: c:mi make. The returns will Butler, But, then, Mr. Butler come back in compound interest. must have been driven "to suicide Your employe, your friends, your by the election of Mr. Wilson. household, even your foes, will The accounts are a good deal respond to kindness complicated, but that is due to the fact, no doubt, that during the A Western physician savs he whole campaign Mr. Butler's at flesh on account of the scoldings was directed to politics administered by his wife. He tention than- to business. should be able to get up quite a rather It is added that the assets of practice among the fleshy folk the three concerns will probably "with the assistance of his better equal the liabilities; but that hall. state of prosperity undoubtedly is MR Taft savs Congress should to be attributed to the succe ssf ul do something for former Presi- administration of Mr. Talt. Well, the people did it . A manufacturing dents. concern in all right in the recent election. Louisville announced in advance They kept one from becoming a .of the elcCiion that if Mr. Wilson confirmed President. was elected the election would be followed by the discharge of a Never borrow trouble" says To avoid it avoid large pirt ot its force. It made a proverb. good its threat by discharging getting in the habit of borrowing twenty five men the next morning money Nevertheless, the couuty seems .popular vote for November to be in a perfectly sound and The 5th; " shows Wilson 6, 156.78 ; healthy condition and nobody is Roosevelt 3. 928, 140; Taft 3,376,22. 'afraid of the result of the. election. I Bull Moose old-timal W. J. Rider. Aeent. Mt Vernon. Kv. BROS. STORE Smith spent Friday An editor received S3 and p and Saturday with his grandcirk from a delinquent subscriber. daughter, Mrs. W A. B. Davis. When they met later the editor President-elec- t Wilson has said: gone to the Bermudas for a rest. "I understand about the money Let's all take cue!. because that was what you owed, Let's take a rest lrom politics, but what does the cork mean?" muc ana calling one an 'Stop er" was the reply. other names. The tariff can't he tinkered with "1 do not believe thre is anv till April. 1913. anvway. other mrdicine so good tor whoopMr. Wilson can make up his ing cougti as Chamberlain's Cough Remeiv'', writes Mrs. Franci Cabinet without our heln. Turpm. Junction City, Ore. This So let's enjoy the weather and remedy is also unsurpassed tor pumpkin pies and prosperity. colds and croup. For sale n Let's take a rest! Chas C. Davis. Mr. Jo'm . W hat's the matter with yours?" It's all right. I want to telephone to mv wife that I'm going to bring a man from out of town "Su-e- to dinnt-r.- j OE -- " 0E 1 "Well, Charley?" 'He's sitting in my store now, and I bate to have him watch iny face when my wife tells me what she thinks of the proposition.' List of candidates now in the field at work for the piano given away by B. O. Anderson & Son. There should be one hundred The list or more b) next week. is ab follows: Name of Contestant Lillie Hiatt Mattie Wilmott Mildred Robins Lizzie Gentry North .Main Street .No. votes. 163' 9 4864 11 17 Our Aims The constant aim of the officers and employe of this bank are: TO PROMOTE the interests of customers just as they endeavor to promote those of the bank ; TO DR ALL THEY CAN to make the dealings of depositors agreeable and profitable to them ; TO CONTRIBUTE to their enterprises forethe conservative sight and timely counsel which a strong bsnk can properly bestow ; I $53,000.00 to those who act as the local representath cs ef EVESYDODY'S MASAZ1INC Hamlin Mary Proctor ReShie I 1630 1175 1225 1275 Htta Cable Dollie Johnson 3879 1102 BEING GIVEN AWAY Let us show you how vou can simply by forward injr j ! J Eva Albright Lela Albright Lena Albright Gertrude Martin StiMe Cabel t 5774 3338 9272 1545 11 75 1565 1052 THE PEOPLES BANK TIZBANKWITH USZZ TJ. Mary Leat and THE DELINEATOR all in addition to liberal commissions - V neighbors anc' collecting the renewals of our present bubseribers. Try for THIS month's prizes. There are lots of prizas that can be won only by persons living in towns some size as your own. Write at once to the becure a Snare p the j your f v 1 e n cl s f.nu I BUTTTERICK PUBLISHING COMPANY BUTTERICK BUILDING, NEW YORK CITY s FURNITURE W1 are showing the best line of Furniture ever brought I Reera Blocks Ethel Payne Pearl Purcell Arnie Mae Sargent Mattie Owens Bertha Bustle Roberta Brown . . Blaneh Howell Orlie Ponder Ada Ward Ella Harp Annie Uass Emily Sul'on Brodhead Graded School Belle Kincer Birdie Johnson Florence Harris Delora Boyd Ollie Brock 4840 1615 T5744 G. BAKER, President. J.P.E. DRUMMOND, Vice.-PreF.L.THOMPSON.Jr., Cashier. s. 5656 4271 CLAUDE C COX.Ass't. Casq 2210 1744 1075 5568 1175 11785 1359 12977 3231 xpcx 3cc363e&3c 47o 74i 1025 JVV CO IJ KM I UNDERTAKER IL--L.C .w.. V - -l- .,r- Bessie Brown 1000 Every new" subscriber to the Signal gets 1000 votes and everv renewal 500 Brodhead Ky Let us to Livingston show you before you make your fall purchases We have everything for the home from the basement to the attic I 1 ten-yea- There is little danger from a cold or from an attack ot the grip except when followed by pneumonia, and this never happens when Chamber- tains Cough nemedy is used. This rrmedy has won its great $ vr 1 reputation and extensive sale by its remarkably cures of colds and grip and can be relied upon with implicit confidence t, xr-rifr-saie ny W &-XChas. G. Davis 1 r-- COMPLETE LINE Coffins, Caskets and Robes, Mail, Telegraph or Tele- yimwmmrvms u. w't.u '. in -- phone orders Promptly Y v.fJ-JL r-- w-- -- - w- yrrr-vj t. -t- rI Filled. x-- - -- &-l , (.' Jgjjlg i 1 THE HOG CHOLERA SCOURGE OF s I v E. L. COCKRELL ' d 1 Livingston, Ky. 'l&d !T Cost the hog raiser millions of dollars last yeas and nothing short of vaccination seemed to offer the slightest promise o i c uue. 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, liverand kidneys, expel worms ; and also thoroughly disinfect the premises, sleeping quarter and rtins with Dr. Hess Dip and Disinfectant, would prevent an outbreak of this disease. Read what one of the big hog raisers in the country says : ten." Alex. Nevius, Modesta, HI. Also note what bulletin No. 182 of the Kans about preventing li eg holera: " During 1911 our conntry was visited by one of the worst hog plagues ever known, w'e fed Dr Hess Stock Tonic, and only lost two head out of a herd of two hundred and t e ollege says - OVERCOATS Do you want an Overcoat? I have a full line of Men's and Boys' and I aim to sell them all in the next 30 days You will have to hurry They wont last long at the price I will , make you "When we recall the coalitions which, favor tht disease and the manner in which its infection takes place, it will be .seen tlat feeding and caring o5 hog has much to do with the prevention of the Cholera. Premises shon'd he cleaned and disinfected rvgularly. The hogs themselves should be dipped every few weeks. Maintaining these conditions helps to keep np the vitality of the hog and in this way troublss of all kinds arc warded off- - To aid digestion ;vnd circulation and to prevent worms, the bulletin reeonnneuds a formula of Wood charcoal. Sulphur, Salt, Sodium Bicarhonate, Sodium Sulphate, Sodium Hyposulphatc and Black Antim This formula, given in tabtespoonful dosas would imdeubtedly be beneficaJ but would cost the hog raiser about 1 0c per pound. Now compare this with the formula for Dr. Mess 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. SULPHATE OF IRON, Blood Builder & Expels Worms- - SULPHATE OF sODA.Laxative & acts upon theLiver. EPSOM SALTS, Laxative, COMMON SALT, Appetizer. Expels Worms. CHARCOAL. Prevents Noxious Gasea. NITRATE OF POTASH, Acts upon the Kidueys. FENUGREEK, Tonio and Aromatic . This preparation is compounded by "Dr. Hess, (M.D., D.V.S.) and sold to you on a written guarantee and only costs 3c per month, for the average hog. The definition of the ingredients are taken from the United States DiSTjensatory and noted medical authorities. Feed your hogs to prevont disease and expel worms. J, M. ADAMS BRODHEAD. KY. one of the foremost coal tar, creosote disinfectants known. Also dip your hogs with this solution when the weather will permit, and you willlave no loss from dbease. Dr. Hess Dr. Hess Dip 51b Pail SpririfcJe the runs and sleeping quarters with a solution of Stock Tonic and Disinfectant loo lba S5.00 T JONAS McKENZIE, deler O' tl.fto. MT. VERNON, KY I o i S 3. MT. VERNON SIGNAL Mt. Vernon, Ky., Nov. 29, 19 12 JDr. M Pcnniugton was here this I week. Notice to teachers: The Hov- ember draft has arrive'. SCHOOLS CLOSE j I ) J. V KIXCER. Prof.' Irvin was in Cincinnati M Saturday and Sunday Tbankfcgu ia services were held & t p No. 79" whenWQl .Atty. and Mrs. J. W, Brown, a' the lJresbterijii church estor- v CommuniJJ Mi.vs McCord and Mrs.. Watson day morning and at the Baptist t) rfo Ito S1UNAL Wlttl are in Louisville church in the afternoon. What Com wi Potato Clubs to ,? oi Hon. and Mrs. B. B. King, "Daniel Boone," alias Use Bowstart in a corn contest. Next time I ani n r jj, QUySi Lincoln, were guests of their man, is selling goods, running a 1113 8ln' to test the seed so as to be sure roi about ray stand. daughter, Mrs Fishbajk. hotel and trapping coons half way "Yes, I used a lot of manure on that . Miss Nola Jones returned to her between Muilhis Station and A.c- acre. Before I plowed It this spring J Louisvillc & Nashville R. R. Co, GROWTH Of THE "3EH"8T. scattered four big loads of manure so home in Winchester, after a peas- Kee Jackbon county. could turn it under. here. ant visit with friends Regular Services at me Baptist "I was goin to do more plowin' an' TIME TABLE. Mrs R. W.Schroeder, of Liv- Church Sunday Dec. 1st. 1 a. rn. cultlvatin' than anybody around here vli Its ft Jeffcrion County Leads 4.46 p m ingston, spent w ucrtn... ..... this year, but a big windstorm tangled a portion of thi and 7 p. m. Sunday school at' Gardening Lane How 24 nortn it so I had to quit early. 1 did cultivate 3:53 a m , week Wjtn ntT mother, Mrs. Fish- Eighty-e- . lit Bushel3 It Frey Grew 10 a. ni. Public cordially imitrd four times an' didn't stir the ground 23 south .11:38 am back. of an Acre. more than two of Potatoes on to attend all sen ices. inches deep. The diree-tion- s 21 South 12:19 a m for corn makes that a mighty Dr. W. D. Las well is now a GrailujiIIj Hit' thiukluA .school people CHESTNUT SHINGLES. strong point." Jas. Landrum, Agent. resident ct our town. Ht bought are bikini In,; to scu uml understand Write me for prices on Phone No. 8. .that If tin jmients will uqt o to Dr. Southard's property on Rich-mor"Waddle" make famous the M'liuu! the school mut go to the street. Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice "home mid wake itself felt. Nothing shingles Best lliiiijles niadf THE STAY AT HOMF VOTE. mail matter. as second-clas- s Mi.--s Willie Francis has returned hoiyeil more In this movement D. H V.'OCD, That there was a big stay at In me after a two weeks visit with ady than tlii.' boys corn and potato clubs Wildie. Ivy. 22 41 I11 many other states. The home vote in the recent president- tin and 1 er MSter, PERSONAL Mrs. Silvan Boruet, movement ial election in Kentucky is evi It is believed that fun Mead- - tremendous growth of the Ube of near tsroanead. Is due largely to a rational the Mrs. John French is very low., dows. our section ioreman. can co aud lleMre T0 denced by the official figures as Misses Wauzer and Carson, of Mrs. Sadie Moore is on the anything in way of Construction u0 JpOMFTJIING THEMSELVES. given out from Frankfort. Langdon Memorial, and A. B. , the IN ACHIEVEMENT PLEA.SUltL in conneUien with a railroad and sick. list. The vote cast for Wilson was Furnkh visited Pine Hill cement ., ., .. . , COMES KKCM DOING IT YOUIt- Paris Sowder has been very sick works gKLF anil pI,.usure In achievement Is smaller by 24.598 than the vote esterday afternoon and Bicu a uuuuuc uu.u ulrtKC s stagger at building an aeroDlane or the largest factor In human life. recorded for Bryan in 1908, and a tew days. tor were gueSts of Mr Snyder, one of William aiu1 Walter Krey live about the combined airship. of Taft and Atty. C. C. Williams is in Louis-vi'l- e the principals in charge, for dinner. eight miles from Louisville in a splenRoosevelt was smaller by 1 7,433 for a few days. Notice: Langdon Memorial did fanning and .gardening section ot than Taft's vote of four years ago. LOCAL Jefferson county. When your reporter R. A. Sparks was in Wildie vSchonl will open after the Holidays This is a loss of 42,031 from the 05733 Monday on business. Hickory nuts are going at $1 per on Tuesday January 7th. All ggregate Democratic and Republi those who expect to enter school Hazel and Bill Johnson are bushel. can vote of 1908. Viewed in con are requested to send in applicanumbered with the sick. ' nection with the natural increase There will be preaching at the tion blanks at once, if they have ' Mrs. Meshac Gentry, who has in the number of voters dnring the Presbyterian church Sunday. not already dene so. been so very sick is better. four-yea- r period it shows clearly Quails are scarce and the rabbit Mrs. Jane Blcomer of the Wabd very great number of Kenthat a The residence of Richard Early, crop is not up to the average. section is dangerously ill. tucky vo'.ers did not take the beof the Hiatt section, came near trouble to vote. Misses Daisy and Julia Fish Make a Christmas pre&ent of a ing destroyed by fire yesterday. big cob pipe from ' Mikes'' place A spark caught in the roof and spent Thanksgiving in Wildie. It is easily seen that the DemoMike crats suffered most by reason of was in full headway when discovTheodore Morey, the London Sure In .-V j this staying at home vote. . was in town Tuesday. neighbors were fertilize man New telephone. C. A. Rider's ered. A number of Jefferson, county alone the Demo Mrs S. C. Franklin and son, store, No. 32 Main street, near spending the day and by timely L cratic vote fell off 2,086 as comwont saved the house with only a Bernard, are taking Thanksgiving railroad crossing. pared with the Bryan vote of four small damage. at Beriha. A GOOD bHOCK. Our advertisers, we are glad to vears ago, while the combined Mr. and Mrs. Durham and little say, are having a good run in vSutton & McBee, our progressive visited them on Saturday. 2d of Novote was only 150 he found them biisy stoiing son. were in Brodbead Saturday their various lines. Main street merchants, will begin vember, crop" potatoes for the winter belo.v the Taft vote of 1908. The "second :and Sunday. Big improvements are going on about January ist, tearing clown market. tremendous Democratic plurality William Frey. the e'der brother, grew Mrs. Frank Catron has been in Lovells Lane; side the building in which they are now and of an acre of potatoes this of 104,720 over the Taft electors in located, preparatory to the erection season. very sich but we are glad to say road improvements. the State dwindles to a majority He harvested eighty-eigh- t y brick, pro- bushels of splendid tubers on the plot. of 1,032 over the combined vote ot a handsome is some better. A telephone line will soon be viding they are able to secure t When he wjim nuked about 'the crop of the Taft and Roosevelt electoral Capt A. N. Bentley is still put up between I ivingston and room in which to do business until and its cultl.:tin he &aid: "watching Harvey" on the new "Yes. that vie.d was some better than tickets. There is a Tailing off of Cruse's Ferry, up the river. they can complete their new most of the Jleishl ors around here more than Miller building. 7,000 in the Democratic busheN on my You see. elglity-eKh- t The walls being put up to the building. piesidential vote in 19 12 as com-- , Mrs. T. J. O'Mara, of Nashville, little piece i.s the n.io'e as 117 barrel to the acre Of cul.'sl I did soma pared with the Democratic gu Tenn., is with her parents, Dr. M. J. Miller double storehouse are Onr local telephone exchange for thingb the neighbors didn't do, because pronounced the best ever erected bernatorial vote in ig;j. and Mrs. A. G LoVell. On the the 'steenth time wishes to call the I did all of my work from tin? direcin the town or county. the combined Mrs. Sadie Moore and little me.' Every- contrary attention of subscribers and othei s tions the government presidential body plows manure under when they David Hurt, tha veteran section vote is daughter, Louise, have returned to the few simple directions to be break the ground In the springy but I , j 23 000 than the from a visit with rtlatives in Berea. foreman, of Brodbead, was here a found printed on directories and iii.n1 mv ! 1I- it'll frmi irtMiw nr rirtan 3r couple of days, with his force, asmanure! for a top dressin' after my po-- . Republican gubernatorial vote in Chas. D. Anderson and Hart requests them to read and observe, ground. Pcrrv, of Richmond, are spending sisting Jim Meadows in putting thereby facilitating the work and In toes were in the came over here snld 1911. "The folks that a hundred feet The Socialist increased its their Thanksgiving vacation here in a "cross-over- " displaying the intelligence necess- my potatoes were darker green than of Mt. Vernon depot, the first vote from 4,060 in 1908 to Mr. and Mrs. Roseoe Griffin, of east ary for satisfactory transaction of any of the othei s in the neighborhood, total an' we all saw that the vine were 11,647. Assumiug that all this one ever seen in this locality. business. Please be governed ac- mighty heavy an' tine. I went over the St. Louis Mo., are here lor a few increase came from the old patch three times with a fourteen tooth wteks with Mr. and Mrs. G. S. The Ladies of the Christian cordingly. there remain many thousands of Hiatt. Church will hold a bazaar in Mrs voters who failed to work up Saturday A WINTER RATION. A S. C. Franklin took in the Cleo Brown's shop enough enthusiasm in the recent Attractive fancy Thanksgiving at December 14th. Knight Templar camp gn to go tQ the polls. Lebanon and visited Louisville work, daintv lingerie and toothsome There are many good rations Hot that can be used, for the various dainties will be on sale. gbis w eek. Notice:-ttA1- 1 parties holding Margaret Grimes returned chocolate served at all hours. grains and protein feeds cau be Irs. v4S. ' 4? ' X'i claims against the estate of the yW& A Si. ? jto her duties at E. K. hospital ,. Our county clerk had a large combined m a number ol different v?v& Vi-Tlate G. W. Parsons will please after a few days visit to turkey for his Thanksgiving din- ways 'to produce practically the iLextagton I. present same to me properly proven Vhoine tblks here. The good poultrv-me- u ner but was much dissatisfied. over same results. Also those indebted to him wil usually feeds the cheaper fS&sr A H.Hamlin will move into the non arrival of a big fat ground .4"..' t : . r . .Vi: please settle same at once. XjoS' teV ft !s. It. r r ".&. the Rash property, he lately pur- bog he had sent to Jackson county grains where these fill the bill i,&i4 :; x . J. M.' Pa?s,os Admrx Eor instance, oats make r very chased in the Asher addition, for some days ago. It arrived the IWv Berea, Ky, W k &4Mt good poultry food rightlv fed, but day after. about December 15th. are so high some vears that other ". tfv IH Mt, Huston McFerron, of Pine DR. G. M. FRITH. grains cau be fed in their placoj ?&& Wanted,: An industiious man Hill, was with her son, R. L. When G. M. Frith, Doctor of at a profit. However, the ration VII,I.IA1I FKEV AND HIS PnTATOES to represent one o the most ex and daughter, Mrs. E. 3. Deutal Surgery decided to cast his must be well balanced and there cultivator, 'an' I was careful not to let tensive manuiactuiers of Home week. Cox, first of the lot with the people of Tellico must be a liberal supply of protein it cut deeper than tAo inches After Remedies. Spices, Extracts, Soaps rs. T. F. Wallin has returned Plains, uUh u Ave that I gave it two he had the advantage of Toilet Articles, Perfumes, Stock toberhome Gum Sulphur after a bailing fiom a town 'and btate food as well a? the more common tooth cultivator. ones. Corn alone ."Yes, my potatoes will get the first and Poultry Preparations in Rock few days visit to her daughters, which had already furnished will not do. Here is a ration prize this jtur in this county. It'll castle or adjoining Counties. Mrs. J, F, Griffin and Mrs. Alice several creditable members to our which has given very satisfactory make the quarter of an aero pay Representative must iuruish suitmighty well, because It's 530 In gold." Tate. cosmopolitan community. results: Grain ration Wheat two Walter Frey, the younger biother, able conveyance. Large profits tr. Nelsfe Griffin peached his Born in 1888 in Urodhead, Ken- parts cracked corn two parts, oats has an acre of corn In the contest, but and a permanent position. Adhad not been husked when your corboxne at Maretburg a few Aays tucky, after mastering the ele pne part. Mash Middlings .six it dress The American Remedy Co., respondent visited the farm early in ;ago from the south in a very mentary blanches in the coairaon parts, porn meal six parts, linseed November. The ground showed that Tiffin. O. cailical condition. His Recovery school of his native town, he was meal one part alfalfa one part, is doubtful, sent by his father, a local lumber- beef scrap five parts, Green food Mr, j.d Mrs. Roy Beasley and man, to ithe High School at Stan Mangels, cabbage, hay, etc. their neSte. Miss Ruth Reppar.t ford wfrere he stayed a year from Proportions are given by weight. "have returned from their .country where he went to Berea College, The grain should be fed lightly Hiome "Ravewaai" to spend the where tie finished bjs acedmic The grain should be ftid ghtly winter in tone education. He at firr inclined in the morning, with' a heavier feed bounty Clerk S. F. Bownpwnd towards a mercantile pursuit and at njght, and always in litter, so J. F. McClellan spent a part of in accordance took a commercial that the fowls wll have to exercise last week with F. R. Asher in course, but later decided to adopt to scratch it up, This is the object of using the cracked .com. Laurel county huntings In two .dentistry as a profession. He anded the Louisville the towis gobble up the whole days the; three got 59 birds. College of Pentjstf y, graduating corn too easily. Mr. aad .Mrs. Rome Adams and tn IQ12- - ?notiy atjcer Receiving The mash may be left before the Mr. and Mr Casper Adams who in. hens all thetime or may his parchment, h,e J0catd be fedlu eoved to Harri;Wg, III., a yeat Tellico Plain tybichflfc that timej trough." as a midday feed, Green ago sue expected io arrived first mnaH stuff is very essential where fowls make && their had no resident dentist. of the week to He is a decided acquisition to cannot be put on pasturp. Dry W home. tbg social side of our younger set, alfalfa contain merely 15 per cent H t' sztn. Mi Jones Proctor and Henry Smitfe being of 3 temperment which protein, which makes it -- better were here Irom Brush Creek makes friends wherever he goes,' than other kinds of hay for poultry! She makes it bQCt who, looking after thQ Tuesday. They are engaged this loves fnn and society, gnd no The meal form is no (better than culinary department, turns her back; resoluteweek in making repa'rs on the social function seetns complete finpGHt bay, and is even more ly upon uiihealthful, or even, suspicious, food telephone line between Mt. Vernon without the presence of the doctor. likely to be adulterated, But no accessories. She is economical; she knows ;and Conway. He is a member of the Jefferson dry feed of this kind can quite that true economy does not consist in the use jGeorge Owens, our monument County (Ky ) Dental Sogjcty; take the place of sprouted oats, of inferior meat, flour, or baking" powder. She man, went to Lancaster Wednes member of the Louisville College or of roots or cabbage, even do the "lettering" of the of Dentistry Alumnae; holds cer though the protein content' may day to is an earnest advocate of home made, home stone for the graded school! tificate of special course in prown be higher. The fowls re!i9h the coiner ' baked food, and has proved the truth of the-- " new building which is in course and bridge work. ,, Is a ,Mason( fresh food more. ,If tbese. cannot statements of the experts.that the best cook- - . .of .erection. Mr. Owens isanfamdan Odd; Fellow. The Tellico beiiad, alfalfa is probably Jnext ingr. in the world today is done with Royal Times, xpert in his line. best. Southern Agriculturist; , I cvtwd fidtu ?finfM n ( careful worktind been Oone (IurTng the summer, and the eighteen huge shocks that stood upon the acre gave promise of a large yield. "I planted the Boone County White that the state furnished us boys." he ' said in answer to my questions', "but ) , ; only got about half a stand of corn, s.i l I hud t use some of our own Booue i'n XTSTS ?lZ "i 1 ii t" K r. ifeifc ."-- I I ? 1 s pill Ml .:': " ? w '. 1 v. 1 V- -- Wtl-Viz- m V'- - ASr M J -- Ono-fourt- h 1 ?S-- "-- ' && 'T- --- d I I M. : yI .: , .;.'-- - &I1 ":'" :'--' 'v- -- ". ' : -- 1 m VafciL - sll ":.; gge - . : , cc- :.Yi i- -. 1 .vm I 1 I j I THE HOLIDAYS will soon be here and if you'll choose something in jW)- - 1 WEARING APPAREL Taft-Rooseve- You can rest assured that your gift will be appreciated lt " w-dk- s one-fourt- h You find here everything that is new and attractive in "style Our late assortment of up-to-the-minute two-stor- Taft-Roosev- elt Good and For RflEN CI othes com-muni- ty pa-ti- es Furnishings and BOYS Is the best this affords. m? W- 1v .V ' -- "- V v.? V w.i . A . . '-- Come in and around Every look cour- - 1 tesy will be extended you whether you buy or not We are sure you will find it a real pleasure to trade here Mc-jFerro- n, 7S3 - v.o.-kiu'- s FISH'S CLOTHES Are right In every light 1 I They are also guaranteed Xrr . GUARANTEED ' Jl 1 samdclidn. paaiHHHHKSOf To be all wool To wear to yc ir Powder es the Home You'll find them best In every test; . otufelyPure Theyfre juit the clothes you need LOOK FOR THE SIGN OF THE FISH . ' The Home of Good Clothes Telephone No. 27 ' -- , I' v'We Pay SEtfD US YOUR' MAIL ORDERS Express ot-$5 9 . Baking Powder, ft.' Anywhere On Orders y V & H . UlCTOBE I3PADSDJ -- I f V . J. irf- - '- - VTf v- - lP. nr JJfcWg '$j!L&ll?"i$s-'yri: w. -- r" 1 doctrines ". ' i'.- - ""Hs-t- , UAi r. . "Vt - Buried and stone root, golden sel, Oregon Jrapa root end cherrvbark. Of these Dr. R, V. Pierce made a pure glyceric extract wl.ich has been favorably known fo'r over forty years. He called it " Golden Medical Discovery." This " Discovery" purifies the blood and tones up lha stoaiacn and the entire system in Nature' owe ay. It's just the tissue builder and tonic you require when recovering from a hni old, grip, or pneumonia. No matter how strong the constitution the stomach 3 up. to be "cut of 'filter " at times; in consequenco the blood is disordered, for the stomach - the laboratory for the constant manufacture of blood. Dr. Pierce's Goldci: MeJical Discovery strengthens the stomac- hputs it in shape to make pure, ncn blood helps the liver and kidneys to espe! the poisons from the body. The weak, nervdebilitated condition which so nn.ny people ous, experience at' this timo of the year is usually the effect of poisons in the blood; it is often indicated by pimples or boils TO thaski.i, the ace becomes thin you fee! " blue." "Hero than si vscU ago 1 was sufierinp with an awful cold iu mv head, tliro.it, hreasfc, and body," writes lIn. .1.JIE3 G. Kent, of 710 L. Stiuot, S. E., Washington, D. C. 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Stanford, Ky. POSTED We the uudersi led strictly for bid hunting or tresspassing of anv kind upon our lauds an will punish t the extent o law any one sjuilt of the same: G. S. Hiatt W C. Johnson te or teachings, we may be Bure the true application will fit well. A frog has a sage look, a wise look. It swells Itself up In an apparent enSORBPTORES deavor to Impress the beholder. Its great mouth well represents, its chief power, used to croak. Applying these symbols, we learn that an evil spirit, influence, teachiug. ComStartling Presentation of will come from the Protestant churches federated, from the Church of Rome, ing Events. and from the Civil authorities, all in full agreement The spirit of all will be boastful: an air of superior wisdom and knowledge will be proudly assumVIEWS. RUSSELL'S PASTOR edall will croak in harmony. All will tell of dire results that would follow, involving the interests of both the Churches of All Denominations and'the present and the future life, if their Civil Powers of Earth Are About to counsel be not followed. However conUnite In Common Cause Powerful flicting the creeds, the differences will Influence Preparing For the Battle be Ignored in the general proposition nothing ancient must be disturbof Armageddon A Reign of Anarchy that ed, or looked Into, or repudiated. Will Be the Result of the Warfare The Divine authority of the Church, Until The Messiah Takes Control. and the Divine right of kings, aside Brooklyn, N. Y., from the Church, will not be allowed conflict. Any persons or teaching Nov. 3. The to conflict with these boastful ami in Brooklyn Academy claims will be branded as of Music was crowded to the lim- everything vile, at the mouths of these it today to heal "frogs" speaking from pulpits and Pastor Russell's platforms and through the religious discourse on the and secular press. The nobler senti"Battle of Arma- ments of some will be strangled by the geddon." His text philosophy of the same evil spirit was: "He gathered which spoke through Calaphas. the Calathem together unto high priest, respecting Jesus. As phas declared it expedient to commit a place called in IPASTQR. gU5SEJD the Hebrew tongue a crime In violation of justice, human be rid of Armageddo n." and Divine,sotothis "frog" Jesus aud His spirit will apteachings, (Revelation xvi. 1(5.1 The speaker said: siguilies prove of every violation of principle Armageddon in the Hebrew j necessary to their the "Hill of Megiddo," or Mount of De"frog" spirits or The croaking struction it was famous as a battle- doctrines will of these the kiugs and gather field in Old Testament times. financial, political, religious The Lend has een fit to associate the princes, army. con- and industrial iuto one great name Armageddon, with the great The spirit of fear. Inspired by the troversy between Truth and Error, scourge right aiid wrong, God and Mammon, croaklngs of these 'frogs," will age will close, perish, the passions of otherwise good and with which this meu to fury, desperation. and the New Age of Messiah's glory reasonableblind following of these evil In their be ushered in. He has purposely used highly hymbolical figures of speech in spirits, evil doctrines, they will be and everything the last book of the Bible, evidently ready to sacrifice life they mistakenly impor- on the altar of what with a view to hiding certain tant truths until the clue time for their suppose Is Justice, truth and righteousarrangement. reveahnent. But even in the due time, ness, under a Divine as we understand For a brief time, assures us, "None of the the Bible forces wicked shall understand" (Daniel xil. the Scriptures, these combined of Armageddon will triumph. Free 9. 10) none who are out of heait harmony with God but only the wise of speech, free malls, and other liberties very breath to His people the "wise virgin" class of which have come our be thewill be ruthday. of the masses iu the Master's parable. off under the plea of neces I have long avoided presentation of lessly shut sity, the glory of God. the commands. my understanding of our text and Its to context. I take It up now" by request of the Chuich. etc. All will seem until the great social explosion and because I believe it is clue time to In our context described as the "great I disclaim any special be understood. An "earthquake," Jur Earthquake." In some particulars my Inspiration. symbolic language, signifies social views agree with those of other Bible students, and In other respects they revolution, and the declaration of the disagree. Each hearer must use his context Is that none like unto it ever 18, own judgment, do his owu Bible study, before occurred. (Revelation xvi. 19.) Jesus described It as a time of and reach his own conclusions. Kindly remember that I am not re- trouble such us never was since there' sponsible for the figures of speech used was a nation. Matthew xxiv. 21. by the Lord. My interpretations do inThe Lord Will Gather Them. deed constitute a terrible arraignment teachings will The false, frog-lik- e of institutions which we have all rever- gather together into one host the great, enced and which embrace good people, the rich, the wise, the learned and the of good words and good works. God's kings of the earth. le battle. At this saintly people in these various institu- juncture Divine Power will step fortions, being comparatively few, are ward, and our text tells us that BE ignored wh.en systems as a whole are shall gather the marshaled hosts to lealt with in prophecy. Armageddon to the Mountain of DeThe Dragon, Beast, False Prophet. struction. The very thing which they sought to avert by their union, federa Our context tells us that three spirits (teachings) will go forth tion, etc.. will be the very thing they from the mouths of the Dragon, the will hasten. Other Scriptures tell us cast ami the False Prophet, and these that God will be represented by the three will be in accord, and symbolical- Great Messiah, and th'.t He will be on ly the doctrines are represented by the side of the masses. Thus we read "frogs." These three doctrines are to in Dauiel xii. 1: "At that time shall have a mighty influence throughout the Michael I the Godlike One Messiah me authority. He will virilized earth. They are to gather stand the kings 'and their armies to the great take possession of His Kingdom in a manner little looked for by many of i'attle of Armageddon. have been The ecclesiastical kings and princes, those who erroneously md their retinues of clergy and faith-"u- l claiming that they were His Kingdom, adherents, will be gathered in solid and authorized by Him to reign in His .ihalanx Protestant and Catholic. The name and in His stead. Vmirs and captains of industry, and as Jesus declared. "His servants ye are nany as can be Influenced by them, unto whom ye render service." Some-mawill be gathered to the same side. The be renderiug service t Satan and political kiugs and princes, with all to error, who claim to bi rendering heir henchmen and retainers, will fol-i- service to God aud to righteousness: in line on the same side. Tho and some of these may be serving Inancial kings mid merchant princes, as did Saul of Tarsus, who ml all whom they can influence by the 'verily thought that he did God a servuost gigantic power ever yet exercis-ice" in persecuting the Church. The In the world, will join the same same prluclple holds true reversely. Ide. according to this prophecy. As an earthly king does not hold hiiu-el- f l responsible for the moral character Those "doctrines of demons." by the "frogs." will lead many of each soldier who fights in his bat-ietoblo people in this great army to as so the Lord does not vouch for the unit an attitude quite contrary to .noral character of all who will enlist 'loir pieferenco. For a time tho ind light on His side of any question. heels of liberty and progress will be 'His servants they are to whom tluy ".rued backward and medieval re--t render service." whatever the motive r object prompting them. mints will he considered necessary "or for the mainte The same principles will apply In tin omlng Battle of Armageddon. Goel's ince of the present order of things. In giving this interpretation, it Ide of that battle will be the people's Ide. and the very nondescript host, iccessary for us to Indicate what by the Dragon, the Beast tie people, will be pitted at the begin-linml the False Prophet. Bible student of the battle. Anarchists. Social-stif nearly all denominations agree with radicals of every and school of reason and uureason. will be is that the "Dragon" of Revelation opreM'nts the purely Civil Power iu the forefront of that battle. Tho t interpreters generally agre majority of the poor and the middle hat the "Beast like a leopard" (Revo lass prefer peace at almost any price. V comparatively ation xlli. 2 represents the Papacy small number. God's !.ut fewer still, we fear, will be read-onsecrated people, will at heart be support our view that Protestantlsn onging for Messiah's Kingdom. Those s the "linage of the Beast" (Revelatlo-Mil- . vlll bide the Lord's time nnd wail l."i in our context given anothe-mine- , for it: they will be of good ourage. knowing the outcome outlined "the False Prophet." We urge In the "more sure word of prophecy." 10 one to accept our interpretatloi :o which they have done well to take mr shall we think hard of any win 'ieed. "as unto a light shining, iu a efuse it. We will neither slaneler w lark place until the Day dawn." 11 therwise injure them now. nor threal them with eternal torture. The Peter i, 11). save the same right to their views tha The masses will be" restless of their have, and the same riKht to tnak-heestraints. but will be conscious of known to others. heir own weakness as compared to the And I. fe- AEIIO EDDON THE the placing of monopolies and utilities and the supplies of nature in the hand of the people for the public good. The' crisis will be reached when the hither to upholders of law shall become vlo lators of the law and resistors of the will of the majority as expressed by 38 the ballot. Fear for the future will masses to desperlead the ation; and anarchy will result when well-meanin- smm a.. PERRON DpRET CD. g Aal KESJS55ES3fiftE PRACTICAL UNDERTAKERS FUNERAL DIKECaORS, j 3 zz: j n. Socialism falls. Tho Cloud's 8ilver Lining. Horrible would be this outlook for the future did we not have the infallible Word of God assuring us of a glorious 'outcome! Divine Wisdom has withheld until our day the great knowledge and skill which is at the same time breeding millionaires and dlscou tents. Had God lifted the veil a thousand years seonor. the world would have lined up for its Ariuugodclon a thousand years sooner. But that would have been too soon for the Divine purpose, because Messiah's Kingdom Is to be the great of the world's history. God In kindness t veiled our eyes untii the time when the gathering to Armageddon would immediately precede Messiah's taking to Himself His great power, nnd beginning His reign. Revelation xl. 17. 18. "Send Them Strong Delusions." St. Paul wrote prophetically of our time, that it would be one of serious trial and testing to many professing to be Christians. The reason for this he states they received not the Truth In the love of It. (II Thessalonlans ii. 10. 11.) They preferred their own erroneous theories, the Apostle explains, and therefore God will give them over to a "strong delusion," aud let them believe the lie whi.-- they preferred, and let them suffer for missing the Truth which they did not love. Thus they will be In the condemned host, "lighting against God." because of their lack of love for the Truth. It Is sad to say that we all as Christians have been laboring under a thorough delusion respecting God's Plan. We have claimed that Christ set up His Church In Kingdom power, and that the Church has been reigning on the earth us nis representative. On the strength of this delusion. Jews and heretics have been persecuted to death as opponents to Christ's Kingdom. All the while we thoughtlessly repeated the Lord's prayer: "Thy Kingdom come; Thy will e done on earth, as In Heaven." We knew that the Redeemer said that He would come again to make'us His Bride and joint-heirbut we Ignored the Scriptures. 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The symbolisms of Rcriptuie. rizM v understood, are always forceful When the Holy Spirit used a "frog" o symbolically- - represeut certalr- - sings and prluces, financial, religious nnd political, which will fben hold way. Besides, the masses have no sympathy with anarchy... They realize 'raly that the worst form of govern- tient Is better than none. The masses vlll seek relief through "the ballot and eaceful of earth's af- ilrs for the elimination of evil, for lic confidence. Dynnmite plots, charged by turns on employees and on eme ployers, have 'further shaken and tended to make each distrustful of the other. Bitter and angry toolings on both sides are more and more manifest. The lines of battle are daily becoming more distinctly marked. Nevertheless Armageddon cannot yet oe fought. Other' matters intervene. .tccordItg to prophecy- Gentile times nave still two years to tin. The "Image or tho Beast" of oui context must yet receive life power. The Image must be transformed from a mere mechanism to a living force Protestant Federation realizes that its organization will still be futile utiles It receive vitalization unless Its clergy directly or indirectly shall be recog nboel as possessed of apostolic ordination and authority to teach. This tho jincihecy indicates will come from the twei horned beast which, we believe, syti bollcally represents the Church ot activities of Inland. Protestantism and Catholicism, operat-inin conjunction for the suppression of human liberties, await this vivifyiug of the Image. This may come soon, but Armageddon cannot precede it. but must follow perhaps a year after it. according' to our view of the Prophecy. 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