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THE LETTERS PROM THE PEOPLE tucky aud Tennessee, , and lrom the opporUtmties offered to study TO OUR SENATORS the conditions, our CimmiUee recommended the indorsement of, A constant stream of letters is the "Boom Way" proj ct This flowing into Washington to our indorsement was concuneJ in by Senators trom Commercial Clubs, the fioard of uirectors oE Uie ,jm business and brofessional men ana ciunati Chamber of Comm erce. e individuals from Louisville. CinWe hope that vou will be succinnati, Indianapolis, Lexington, cessful 1.1 your efforts to secure DanviIle,Kuoxviile, Ashville, Rich- the support of the United States mond and towns and counties Government, as we feel certain along the proposed route as well as tiiis improvement will. not only trom various states tbankmg thobe benefit that part of the. State of workers in the good cause of Boone Kentucky, but the interests .f CinWay .nd requesting their continu- cinnati and surrounding territory ed efforts for the success of our will also receive benefits, for tug mm great undertaking. reason that Eastern Kentucky is See Senator Bradley's in the one of the best markets . lor our list below. We are therefore merchants. to w tlu womlttrfrl variety of United states Senate in all improvements aud iuteiested ;? which wo style.- - ami committee on revolutionary advantages gained by our. '"MSter" CLAIMS are now showing in the world's state ol Kentucky. September 5. i9l3. The writer is a resident of NewShoes. . most popular J as. Maukt, Ksq. port, Ky., and that is another en- Mt. Vernon, Ky. reason why I am personally interTO SEE THESE tDeaU MakET: . BMf. ested in Our Grand. Old CommonYou may rest assured that I am wealth getting her share of Uncle . WALK-OVE- R not going to leao any htoue un- Sam's suj port and favorable conturned to assist you concerning sideration. is to inspire you with a new thought Boone Way, Yours truly, ti?f (Walk-OverNext Time.) Sincerely your friend, Win. T. JOHNSTON. ' W. O. BRADLEY. Trade Expansion Chairman 4 Try This , Cincinnati Chamber aa...AAaaAAAn..ZZ-Z.ZZZZZ:ZTZT7T7777T- '' Covington, Ky., of Commerce. Snap Model Sept. 4 13. HOW'S THIS Senaior William O. Bradley, Paleut Blucbers We oifer One Hundred Dollars Member of the Senate, Oxford Reward for any case of Catarrh Washington, D. U. that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. My Dear Senator: K. J. Cheney &$o , Toledo, O. boy, I desiie to As a Rockcastle undersigned, have We, the thank you most heartily for your known F. J. Cheney for the last 10 WALK and efforts in puphiijg and diiectmg the years, and believe him perfectly movement for the coui.truct.ion of hunopabii in all brttineas ' trausac-tion- y and financially able to carry "Boone Wav" from Cumberland out any obligations made by his Gap to Ciab Orchard, In my firm. opinion, the cause is very meritorNational Bank Of Commerca, ious and I hope you will continue Toledo, O. your labors in its behalf. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inI see you have made a speech, ternally, acting directly upon the UMiMaaMMtfkaHMMMMaMMMMAMMMMMa and as usual, you made a good one. blood and mucous surfaces of the system. TeHmonials sent free. I am, Price 7s cents per bottle Sold by Very ttuly vonrs, all Druggists. K.G. WILLIAMS Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. Covington, Ky.. It HOD HEAD. Sept. 4, igi;. Senator Ollio M. James, The Agricultural Fair interest Member of United States Senate. is increasing. The pri.e list Washington, 1). C. will be published in the next issue Dear . .euaior: of the Signal. Every body, if Tin- - greatest movement inaugu possible, should arrange to attend rated withiu my knowledge, lor this fair. Some of the leading the people of Eastern Kentucky, k men of the state will be present, that of the construction of '"Boone including Commissioner of Agri Wy' leading from Cumberland culture, J. W. Newman, of Prank-fort- , Gap to Crab Orchard. The high Prof. G. D. Smith, of Richway is justly due these people aud mond, Prof. Frank Montgomery the construction of this road will of Teiea, Prof. J. S Dicl'ey, of be thegreatest and most benefiicial Bowling Green and Dr. Mutchler, lesson they have ever had. of Lexington. There will be a With such a highway, built thru most interesting evening program Bell, Knox, Laurel and RockcasMr. and Mrs. J. J. Painter of tle, the local people would follow Lebanon Junction, are with home with many other pikes throughout folks for a few days this week. each county, and loads are what Miss Elizabeth Storm lelt Mon easily forgotten, usually borrowed, and these good people are sadly need day for Dunedin, Fla.. where she will begin her school soon. T. K. lost umbrella is a poor weapon ing. Vernon's Senator, won't you put jour Tudor was up irom Stanford, against the whims and wailes of the massive shoulders to their wheels Monday on business. Miss Tem- Cheapest Prices and help them roll the wagon out pest Ward left Sunday for Livweatherman. of the mudded mire- - of bad roads ingston where she has a position held at this place some four or on to a model pike? It would be in the Graded School as teacher five years ago, aud we note with Names of Contributors to are sorry if you carry it and the very best investment the for the Primary department. Boone Way Postage and pleasure the improvement along Foderal Government ever made. John Owens of Bedford, Ind , is many lines and hope to see bothered if you do. Printing Fund. the It would greatly encourage the speuding a few weeks with his standard of education raised as shine or shower one of our Clothcraft farmers of these and other counties, mother, Aunt Katie Owens and much in the next four years as it Beginning on January 30th and up to September Oth, Boone Way impetus to and the thing. raincoats is easy to slip on givingand be a God the business his brothers is hissisters of this has been in the past four. During friends have contributed as follows man, send to the place. This firft visit here Institute week a good ball game for- children, by providing them with for over twenty years. Mrs. was pulled off every afternoon, j to a fund for use in the work of noburden to carry nor easy to mislay or which they get perfect protection and comfort in rainy or means byschool at thecould attend Luther Roberts of Lebanon June which added to the amusement ol (promoting aud pushing this great high the County beat tion was the guest of her aunt, the visitors, the most exciting undertaking : rough weather stylish and dressy on any kind and yet remain at the parent's fire Mrs. Loutisha Roberts Sunday. game, however, was when the Judge R.G. Williams, Covington $ 5.00 side at night. Mrs. R. E. Albright is spending local team and the Livingston boys of a day. Bennett I learn that you havfi endorsed a few days with her patents, Mr. crossed bats which resulted, in a Col. LouisvilleH. Young, 1.00 this movement Clothcraft raincoats are guaranteed pure spectfully urge and I most re- and Mrs. H. L. Tharp in Junc- victory for the locals in a score Livingston Commercial Club 2 05 upou you to ren tion City. Mrs. Johu Roberts of plain that wool and rainproof. will keep shape in der all possible assistance to this Rowland, is spending a few days of 17 to 8. It was the locals, Gus Staverson, Mt. Vernon 1.00 pitcher Thompson, for j. Harry Allen. Winchester 1.00 very worth) cause in your power with her daughter, Mrs. Oscar had the Livingston champions spite of bad weather and t, R. Hughes, Stanford-guess- ing 1.00 wear. With highest personal regards, Spoonamore and her sister Mrs. from first to last. WejDave Jackson, Louisville 100 Loutisha Roberts. Mrs. John recall a statement make by the. James Eversole, London.. have in your size in a variety of I am, friend, . 110 Your Robins and daughter, M ildred, Livingston correspondent with Dr. A. G. Lovell.Mt. Vernon 1.00 weaves and colors. Priced the same as other and Miss Clyde Watson were in relerenceto the winning ability of; R.G WILLIAMS. j. Mullins, Dudley Crab Orchard Saturday having the Liviugston boys, and we really Milt Rash, Clothcraft Clothes, to $ J 5 the saving will .10 Hansford Cincinnati, Ohio, dental work done. Misses Eila expected to see our bevs snowed A. H. Hiatt, Brodhead . . 1 CO help to swell your rainy day fund. wait Senator W. O. Sept 5, 1913. Carson and Gertrude Martin left completely under, and from the John W. Marler, Hansford .25 Bradley, Monday fbr Maryville, Tenn , manner the visiting team displayed Judge T. .Z Morrow, for the next shower. . Get one now. Washington. D C. where they entered scjiool. 2 50 when first on the grounds one Somerset.. Dear Sir: The Teachers County Institute would naturally believe they ex- - Prof. T. A. Houston, We note with pleasure the inter- closed at this piece last Friday. pected to play a shut out, but they Shelby ville .. . . 1 00 est you are taking in the matter It seemed to be a very pleasant were soon convinced they were not Dr."Daniel BooneSou'th- of the Way," the project meeting as well as a very instruct - all in -- Ty Cobb's class. Wc are ard, Stanford .". . 1.00 which is being supported by the lveone. Prof. Lewis, the instructor, reminded of a certain scripture G. Tl Johnson, Mt. Vernon 50 Mt. Vernon Commercial Club, of held the attention of everyone " He that exalteth himself shall F,E. Mullins, Withers .. 1.00 Mt. Vernon, Ky. present by his able lectures and be abased." Horace Bentou is James Clark, Jr., Louisville 2 00 The writer has had this matter interesting manner in which TMC he suffering from a sprained ankle First State Bank, Pineville 5.00 brought to his attention as Chair conducted the meeting. The en- - which he sustained rs a result of Geo. W. Marler, Quail . . .20 man of the Trade Expansion Com tertainment committee arranged bill playing last v.teV. He is W. M. Bullock. Hansford 1.00 ,mitW of the Cincinnati Chamber suitable meetings for th pleasure still confined to asx d with the 2 00 r r, painful injury. e h- rB. how- J. E. Woodall, London . . of Com raerce. We, made a special of all in attendance. A j It will be re - ' ever, that he will W. H. Fish, Mt .Vernon, 1.00 to trip sometime ago through Ken- - meniDeretUthat the Institute was be ottt again. Louisville Commercial Clubj 10 00 fO Styles le.-.tlu-- ! Good Roads sflfs lad Roads , -" ::?::::::::: 0 ::::::::; They AJ -- We Want You : (oeo get .. - - v mm - Modefs s fl xx n BAKER'S DEPARTMENT STORE itiiitiiiiiiiiiatiiiiaiiiiii...:..AZ:::::::::!!:! & cess- - Da.i Cutn-nittee- a You can it at iBaker sn i AS $3,50, $4.00 $5.00 Dry Goods, Notions, Ladies and Gents' rurmshmgs, Clothing and Shoes ,., Carpets and Mattings, Trunks & Bags, Jewely & Clocks, Hats and L.aps Hardware, Queensware, Tin and Enamelware, Groceries and Provisions i Furniture, Stoves and Ranges, Doors and Windows Salt, Roofing and Implements Don't Let the Weatherman Worry You THE BEST BY TEST Mount U.G.BAKER Rockcastle's Biggest Store You For don't just It's I I They hard We them $7 t, Don't Sutton & McBee m- - CLOTMCRAfT mxLgm STORE A ..S" ! -- M2LW - - ah I 1 Southern Nat'l Bank Louisville, 10 00 M Robinson, Norton & J. Co., Louisville 5.00 0. G. Morton, with Carson, Pirie, Scott & Co. Chicago Illinois 1.00 S. B. Ramsey, Alt. Vernon. .50 J. B. Willis, Crab Orchard springs 5.00 A Wholesale Drug House, Louisville 5.00 Senator Joe F. Bosworth, Middlesboro 5 00 K, W.Surmann, Louisville, 1.00 Squire.J. T. Tate, Hiatt . . 1 00 T. J. Asher, Wasiota, .. :....5 00 Robt. L. Talcott, Louisville 1.00 J fl Bright, Indianapolis 00 Cms. A. Chandler, London, 1 00 The Secretary of the Mt. Vernon Commercial Club and Boone Way Booster Band is putting this money to the best possible use in giving publicity to this great undertaking. It is suggested that other contributionsare needed and will be gladly accepted and put to a good use. The names of contributors will be published in this paper a they come in. You are earnestly requested to lend your assistance in the work. The Secretary to this movement is making no charges for his services and we til nk it but justice that he receive a beany support at the hands of the people thruoot this and surrounding states. ? sa, ". - st t jyg- -- . - ,, , v r jv jL-- . - S I- Vu fteaclKirs bT the county to take; H. P. Davis for nursing Eugene SERUM AT THE s eps td establish a District Li The following is a list of coun'y j Todd with typhoid fever Friday, Se'pl'. 12, 19 13 2800 STATE FAIR b ary. claims allowed from May ist.'loi2 Dr. W. F. Carter for melical 14. We endorse the Compu- to May 1st 1013. Published every Friday by services rendered pinpers ArrnnoAiBettls have been in fide lsory school law and-as75.00 the teachRIGHT. " with tbe State Commissioner of ers to use every possible effort to Lewis, Wilson & Hicks for lum EDGAfr&AL-Abnev & Payne for rope furnish-- 1 S.so her furnished county ed county fur election pur Agriculture whereby the Ken- secuiel.rger attendances and to' ' A. Cb'lUon for'pik E $I.OO tucky Agricultural Experiment 1 50 pores UBSCRIPTION'ONK A'HAH j cooperate with the office! s in the across lull 379 32 de. Irion enforcement of the law. Dr. W, T Ainyx for medkal' Station will give practical E A. Chilton for extra services rendered paupers Advertising rates made known on stration in the method of adminis 15 00 14. That we heartily endorse work done otr pike ' "385 00 U G Baker for "ballot boxes, hog cholera serum, at the 4he action of the State Board of tering application C. S Armstrong lor services wire etc. lumi-.hecounty 55 88, State, Fair. Thjsr demonstration Health thru the Representatives 20.00 rendered as road inspector R. R. Ooyle for banal expenses ' will be given on Thursday, Sep- of Dr. Lock and others in their MKMBER OF' Allowed each of the magistrates for Robt. Richmond 18, at 10 a. m . on the oflorts to improve tne sanitary 6.501 KENTUCKY PRKSS ASSOCIATION tember for one days services, " OHEtSSE 3BiE3iB2HlHEafl Ne.d Parrett for paint, liimrer' State Fair grounds, and should conditions and the general health C. S. Armstrong 3.00 and work on court house 98 35 prove of interest to all fatmws. of"the" county ' ' 3 00 and' hog raisers in the State. Dee Cummins tor services as In and uige the teachers to Tieertily Logan Arnold J. H. Lambert 3.00 sueep inspector addition to the demonstration cooperate in this movement. 30.00 '' Hardin Moore 3.00 practical talks will be given" on' 16. We request all teachers to (Continued on page 4 ) J. L. Arnold 3.00 hog cholera, it's diagnosis and make an earnest effort to enlist the The following election officers post mortem lessQiiF, the care of pat ons and ch ldren in a move STRENGTHEN WEAK for general Primary August i9l2. this w.ek. siuk ctuu vc:u uuga, 111.3 KIDNEYS OUR schools Legan ui " ruent tobsiutify the school hou3e W. A. B.'Davis 2.00 have never before displayed so extencommenced the hog cholera serum laboratory and grounds Don t suffer longer with weakj The Graded school 2.00 kidneys Marler John You cau get prompt re-Monday and the Langdon Memor- and State and Federal ' laws 17. In order that the young sive a line of well selected young D. C. Poynter 2.00 lief by taking Electric Bitters, ial opened Wednesday. Both in governing the quarantine and con- teachers may have some ex- G.S. Hiatt 2 00 that wondtrtul remedy praised b suits as this season stitutions are doing a great work trol of hog cholera, by Dr. Rob- perience before coming into the George Pioctor 2 00 women ever where. Stan with a , the greatest ert Graham. Dr. J. H. Kastle, and if either does we believe that the In2.00 liOttle to day. you will soon feel of the Directors of the Kentucky Agii stitute should be he d about Sep- Gus Staverson like a new women wilh ambition to good, the W. H. Cummius 2.00 worn, without tear or pain. Mr. Believing that we have clothes that will appeal patrons and people in cultural Experiment Station,! tember 1st. parents, 2 00 S. S. Daily John Dowling of San Fiancisco, to vou, 'e would like von to come in and see general, is absolutely necesttry.' Commissioner John w. Newman, 18. Realize that great good can W. H. the for "Gratitude Jones 2.00. writes: our line. Altogether tins be accomplished thru the Distrot A child is a child, and no two are aud others. C. Wood 3.60 wonderful effect ol Electric Biiters when the meeting promises to be one of Association . We urge the teach- J. constituted alike, and Good for W. Wilmott 3.60 prompts me to write." Nothing better parents simply turn theirchildren great interest to all farmers and ers to attend and help make a suc- J. the hver as well 2.oo Whether to look or to lmy, we shall be glad Wm. Hays lons-e- . for inrtideition or billiousnes-?without rendering: them hog raisers and should prove one cess. j M. V. Swinford 2.00 Price, 5oc and l.oo, at Chas C. to h:ie. an opportunity to how you these any care or assistance, leaving of the most instructive and valu19. That we declare ourselves Sollie Griffin 2.oo Davis. iood clothes. he can, able feaiures of the State Fail. the teaeher to unanimously in favor of consoli- A. Allen 2.88 with no assistance from the home HKOUHKAi). dation of schools wherever possi- Owen Allen 2 00 MOTHER OF EIGHTEEN a hindrance by reasons M I1HM la&gh?aareg5g.3&feMRiBaac but rather ble. 2.88 S. R. Singleton "CHILDREN Mrs Nannie K. Hiatt, of Louisof unkind jeraarks, which the 2 00 ville, was the Tiiest of Cas-ie- r "I am the mother of eighteen 20. That we as teachers unani Gerge Reams child hears from the disgruntled children and have the praise of mously stand tor every ettort 2 48 and Mrs. A. M Hiatt last week B. G. Mullms patents, abQUt the school or some doing more work than auy 3 0ung being made and may be made in L. Reams 248 Mrs. W E Hasty and children, of J, certain teacher in the school, it is woman in my town," writes Mrs. the future for the betterment of 2 00 Hub'ilr,-.ervisiting in his section Wallace Laswell no surprise that many children C. G. Martin, Boone Mill. Va. "I the roads thruout our county and 2r.o last vvek Wallace Haggard re-- , Pope pass thru the school year and suffered for five years with stom we appreciate and heartily endorse John 2 88 signed his position with The W. N. Riggs ach trouble and could not eat as come out at the close but little much as a biscuit without suffer tbe efforts being made by our 2 00 Commercial National Bank of D. M. Ponder better off than when the school ing, l nave taicen mree Dotties 01 County Committee to obtain Fed88 Covington, and accepted a clerk2 Arnold opened a year before. If there is Chamberlain's Tablets and am now eral aid, to build a public highway L. J. A. W. Norton ship with R. H. Hamm cf this any criticism to be made, olo the a well woman aud weigh 168 from Crab Grchard to Cumber:s92 place. A. E Al right with hi.s Milt Deaton proper ones to make it; if your pounds. I can now eat anything land Gap, known as Boone Way. to, aud as much as I want Walter Owens 3 92 chss of singers went to Poplar child is not advancing as you I want 21. That we as teachers have W. A. McKinney 2 00 Grove Tuesday to and feel bettei than I have at any the Baptist thins he should, see where the time in ten years. I refer to any been greatly benefitted by the . 2 00 Sunday School Convention. D. DeBord It is trouble lies, before making yonr one in Boone Mill or vicinity and splendid instructions received at 3 28 surprising to near now wen uie Thompson criticism, it may be the child in- they will vouch for what I say." this Institute and that we will re John THINK OP IT THIS 3 28 it'le folks sing, ard shows what J: rve Brown stead of th? teacher and lastly if Chamberlain's Tablets are for sale turn to our respective schools 2 00 c nstant training will accomplish. Wm. DeBord your chi'.d'is dullr slow to take by all dealers. with higher ideas and greater aims J. W. Tate 2 00 Byron Owens resigned as prin iTonr income will never be hold audioes not malie any effort COUNTY TEACHERS PASS and more fully determined to F. Francisco 3 12 cipal of the Pine Hill school, and to learn don't blame the teacher. RESOLUTIONS large itiough to buy every-yo- u carry into practice the many good W. C. Hopkins Col 3 l2 has entered the Georgetown the the child, incourae him Help thing want and have Hi.s father, GranvilleOwens things that are being adopted in Perry Hays 2 00 lege. in his work, and above all see teaching in his stead The on Resolu- the great Educational move in Geo Childress We The Committe something left to save. The 2 00 is Baptist Association is in session that he stays at home in the even- tions beg to submit the following: Kentucky. 3 '6 more yon earn, the more you J. R. Balhnger ings, preparing his lessons for it Poplar Grove this week, and Resolved, 1 That we extend D. R. Gentrv, Chairman. S. L. Rose 3 76 q lite a number is attending from i.peii(l. the following day instead of our most hearty thanks to the citi- J. M. Craig, Secretary. 2 00 this place. W. A. Carson was in Chas. Wilson The sooner you begin to running around on the streets, zens of Brodhead for their kindMt. Vernon Weduesday on busi lb election DON'T LET BABY SUFFER E. S. Albright listening to a lot of tilthy mouthed ness, for their presence at our curtail expenses anil save, the r.e s. supplies furnished lor WITH ECZEMA AND5KIN men tell dirty yarns, and if this is programs, and for their help i n sooner you will have an inprim ii'v election 5.00 COIIGHT A BAD COLD ERUPTIONS done there will be less room for various ways, and we also extend terest income to help meet exmy son cought ii "Last Babies need a perfect Magistrates allowed for servi very badwinter and the way lit complaint and more general satis our thanks to the members of the cold penses. Skiu eruplious cause ces: faction with the school work. coughed was something dreadful." School Board and the Baptist them not only intense suffering, Logan Arnold 2 dajs 6 to writes Mrs. Sarah E Duncan, of church for the use of their house but hinder their growth. Dr. News-Recor- d 6 00 Tipton, Iowa. "We thought sure BANK WITH US The Middlesboro during the week. Hibson's Eczema Ointment can J. H. Lainbeit 2 days Hardin Moore 1 day - be relied on lor relief and has joined the Boone Way Booster 300 he was going into consumption. perma2. We are grateful to Superln6 00 We bought just one bottle of Band and taken up the tight with Kincer for his honest and sincere nent cure of suffering babies whose J. L. Arnold 2 days Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and 6 00 the Signal in pushing the cause effort to gradually upbuild the skin eruptions have made their C. 3 Armstrong 2 days that one bottle stopped his couah Allowed officers for holdirg and cured his cold completely." of the greatest undertaking ever schools of the county during bis life miserable. "Our baby of was MT. VERNON, KY. the afflicted with breaking out mountains, term of office. launched in the For sale by all dealers skin all over the face and scalp. bond is.ue election: 2 00 National highway from central very earnestly We tried Dr. Hobson's Eczema E, B. Thompson 3. That we 2 00 CINCINNATI Kentucky thru its South Eastern thank State Supervisor T. J. Ointment and were overjoyed to S. M. McClure MARKETS 2 00 section. We gladly welcome this Cotes, Prof. Smith and other see baby completely cured before J. W. Marler We will speakers for their splendid ad one box was used" writes Mrs. F. L. Thompson 2 00 recruit to our ranks. Corn No. 2 white 7980c, No. 2 All Strubler, Dubuque, Iowa. 2o have all of 'em with us soon. V. C. Tate white 7S479c, No. 4 white 77(0 dresses and extend to them an druggists, or by mail, 00c. RAcES FiRST DAY Aug. 13 2 00 78Jc, No. 2 yellow 7979c, No. ; invitation to return to any of our Pli'EIFFER CHEMICALCO. E. S. Albright yellow 781.79c, No. 4 yellow 7G(?I'73c doing 2 00 No. 2 mixed 78,79c, No. 3 mixec Senator Joe Bosworthis Philadeldhia, Pa W. II Miller St. Louis, Mo. future Institutes. ycL3agyd& & :T&3c$3ce&i No. 4 mixed 751,!.'fp77. valiant work in the cause of Boone 2 00 7SS781,2c, A. H. Hamlin 4 We wish to thank Miss mixed ear 7779c, yellor ear 7880e. Way. W. H. Jones 360 white ear 7780c. Ethel Davis lor her woik as SecreFOR FLETCHER'S Hay No. 1 timothy $20, stsindarc 3 60 W. J. Bowman tary and Miss Jessie Smith as timothy $19, No. 2 timothy $18, No PROGRAM OF TEACHERS' 2 CO 3 timothy SIC. No. 1 clover mixed 31( G. M. Sigraon organist during our Institute. I ASSOCIATION AND AGRI16.50, No. 2 clover mixed $14.501i 2 OO HANSD'O RD. Robert Nixon 5. We wish to extend out15, No. 1 clever $14.50ti15, No. : CULTURAL FAIR- 2 OO clover $11.5013. Robt. Lutes most hearty thanks to Prof C D. Oats No. 2 white 47c, standard 46V Ky The farmers of this pirt. are R. L. Anglin The Teachers' Association and Lewis and our music teacher 7T47c. No. 3 white 45VS46c, No. 4 fodder J. J. Martin care of their 2 OO white 4344c, No. 2 mixed 45y.Q the Agricultural Fair, combined, Prof Rigby for the efficient way busy taking and hay Harvey Bradley and W. H. Linville 3 9i 40c, No. 3 mixed 4445c, No. i will be held at Brodhead, Friday, in which they have labored for 4 3 Vic. mixed 4 2 2 OO COMPLETE LINE No Wheat No. 2 red and vith us and we wish to ssk family are visiting relatives at Jesse Childress October lfith : 3 red 9495V-:.c- , No. 4 red 7392c Bloss. Miss Fannie Kirby spent Willis Allen 3 76 them God's speed in their great 8:30 a.m. Song by audience. Coffins, Caskets and Robes,' Eggs Prime firsts 2Cc, firsts 24c, or last week with her sister Mrs. a J. B. Childress 3 7G dinary firsts 2012C, seconds 17c. fields of work. Welcome address, Prof Likins. Mail, Telegraph or TelePoultry Springers, 2 lbs and over 2oo 13c; Sollie Griffin 6. We heartily endorse the W. Adams near Mt. Vernon. Vocal solo, Miss Pheb Sears. under 2 lbs 18c; old roosters 9Vc phone orders Promptly Miss Wallace Laswell 3 76 hens, over 4 lbs, 14c, light, 4 lbs anc How to keep the boy in school" creation of the officers of State Willie Renner and sister under, 13c; ducks, under 3 lbs, lie; 2 CO Filled. Prof. Sam Chandler and county Supervisors and ad- Rose ar.e visiting relatives at W. H. Reams spring ducks, 3 lbs and over 12c; Pittsburg Ky. -- Mrs. M G. Kirby J. T. Mullins 2 OO white 4 lbs and over, lie; turkeys, i " How to keep the girl in school" mit that great results are being and children spent part of last Harry Bowman 3 76 lbs and over, 18c, old toms 18c, younj Miss Hattie Poynter, accomplished through them. tc 18c, culls 8c, spring turkeys, 2 C. Kirby ? 2oo 2Vi lbs, 18c; geese GSc. Lee 'Arnold 7. We appreciate the efforts week with Mrs. H. Vctc--Piano solo, Miss Lena McCall. Cattle Shippers $7.258; butchei aud Mrs. Andrew McKinney Carter Duck 2 00 "The manual development of our county Board of Education is Mr steers, extra $7.657.75, good tc are rej .icing over the arrival of a Dock Norton 2 OO choice $6.507.ti0, R. Gentry. common to fail the pupil," Prof. D. doing to better school conditions Mr-s- . heifers, extra ?6.857 J. S. Milt Deaton 2 64 $4.756.25; 10:15 a.m. Recess. rountyand urge the teach- fine boy. Mr. and SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION in our good to choice (5.25G.75, common tc Song, Brodheud Sunday School ers to cooperate in these move- Rowe spent Sunday with Mr, and Sam Woddle 2 6d fair $4.506; cows, extra $6.25G.50 olass. Mrs. K J McKinney. Dr Walk- H. H. Isaacs 2oo good to choice $5.50(0)6, common tc fair $35.25; canners $34. "Best method of conducting ments.We thank the Entertain- er Owens of Mt. Vernon, was in John Thompson 3 16 8. Bulls Bologna $5.50G, extra $6.15 reading in the Third grade," read- E Price 6.25, fat bulls $66.25. 2 00 Clyde Watson. ment Committe for. the evening this part Sund.y. The Bible Miss Calves Extra $11.50, fair to good will be at 2: W. A. Todd 3 '6 $8.5011.25, common and large $511 " Best method of teaching agri- programs during the week and ing at Mt. Pigah, Mr. Hubert Barnes higher. Hogs 1025c Selected o'clock p m. each Sunday 2 00 in the rural school," culture also Miss Ward for courtesies heavy $8.909.15, good to choice pack Prof. Montgomery of Berea, Miss Mary F. Francisco and Tim Garuett to" the teachers. 3i6 ers and butchers $9.259.35, mixei Government Demonstrator. extended Rowe were married last Sunday. Jop Albright 2 OO packers $9.20 9.30, stags $4.25 6.75 4 9. We believe that the comSong, Audience. extra $6.85 7, common to choice many friends wish them Tom Francisco-S- . Round 3 6 heavy fat sows $4.507.75, extra $7.85 Round mon school commencement is Their 12:00 N Dinner. Trip Trip success thru life. Mrs. Sarah 76 light shippers $9.359.50, pigs (110 lbs L. Rose 3 a great movement toward prog1:00 p m. Introduction. and less) ?48.35. Agricultural address by Com- ress in Education and that this Kirby and daughter Miss Martha, J. R. Ballinger 386 Sheep Extra light $44.10, good tc ofcOWS IHHCUGH choice $3.503.90, common to fail missioner Newman, of Frankfort. exercise be made a part of our spent last Tuesday with M. G. Wm. Ballinger 300 $1.75(0)3.25, heavy sheep $3.253.75. I SPECIAL TRAIN Possibilities of fruit growing Kirby and family. Will McClure Bert Phillips 2 CO Lambs Extra $8, good to choice Institutes. in Rockcastle," of the week $7.357.90, common to fair $4.757.25 T. H. Lambert allowed for lum 10. We respectfully ask the of Bloss, was here first Prof. Smittr'Of Richmond. ewes $3.5( buying calves Miss Hester Cro- ber and making of coffin for cl ikl yearlings $3.5005.50, stock 4.50, culls $3.504. citizens of each school Recess. ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS. grand What the. Com Club boys are to elect their m'6st efficient mer who has been wtth her of. Margaret Richmond 350 L PitiMir 4ieai? doine in Kentucky," allowed for BRYAN FILES SUIT. and best men tothe office of school father, Mr 'JtinaS ' 'frtffflf-Priaf.. XL.KoA.rgenbright T QVirrl Ati Tw .K ff iy for urge the trustees of Lev&! Greetr-Sperimaking three-coffinHumorous address "The Bald'l Trustee and Until SundaV with'h'er parents. 800 ...Jacksonville, Fla. The secretary ol feach' Educational Division, to ele t .paupers .j, headed Man andHis Mission,'' 'Bryan J and Mrs. William The schoohat this'pltfcev' witlr-Mr,. .... ,. c? and' waiting state against Chief of J.Police flle'd their most ' progressive Pres. J. S. Dickey, suit E..0 rUUNU. mepiaee 10 uu oiKtw"-'- 1f Irvin.Bullock as..teaoheH. is pro .Dr. D..B.vSouthard for Conoyer Bowling Green. Busi-- 4 efficient men for chairman. Head .K 32.00 Roach for $100 damages for the cleten and Eyeglasses for $1.50 and up. Gold, on paupers. gr.??P.iog nJKSjY ' ' a- $5o(r'aiamond ring, ''l'dentifled ' That we endorse the State Trames. Larness University, Bowling tion of '11. ",.", . Dr's. Beytou and Brown for re- as the property., of" Mrs. 'Bryan and Silver and Aluminum 4 , r. ' Kyes ietel 'IVBSl'ONDENCY1 gest selection in town. study and" Urge all' teach"-ers't: course of MT.' VERNOt-KY- , i moving eye for Jesse Manus a held by the local po.lice department .S4 The evening program will ap- Tree.' Years of experienced --, " " i Is .oltgn y,ised by injdjgesUQq. IJUUklGI follow it closely. -25 00 The trial is set for October 6. Thf rviar la.tfl Fron tRooms over Baiter's Store. and cbnsj.ipaliop. and quiqklyjljs-- , ' ' JJ H . Doan tor provision fur- - ring in question was "either lost oi ' We appreciate the Phone 49-Frank Teuton,. Chairman. 12 ' different Educationaleffort's appears when Cbimherlain's.U-araAAnnVrf nftlan wu. J iEWELES AND "OPTICIAN . Jour- . BLANTONr-Sec'y'ni.i i i n:1l "owmH ahnnt o, tait 'a err tanf .twlclOT "" Rfir. of the . ...nllnaf Miss Lena '1 . out Jw, - -- i r COX f BE nals and urge each to read oaeor lets are patten, vox saje,.,Dy,iaii. jnisnea, mAnKAM wiuii-'j'- AvrtQncA by tne pollee orce rom a negro m .j VwiUJlM f pOTn MESS t i I v J.J..4J. yiuw l0CR4 opw .... dealers. -t- nA lww gf aaer D. B. Chancer, ring ' UT If I ! VCDNHM f.LJ,U3.UIA-VJIV4'VF--- ..rtrr QIHWA1 p -- Sift-feS.?,- : --.- .- - j. - . thti" - Z4w .rsJi. - DEMQNSXEATION IN THE 13 We CHOLERA earnestly s ask COUNTY CLAIMS for Walter per Spurlock, a pau- --Sp- ' and Summer showing of k B . .- Youn gM ens C iothes Clothes Old Men and Boys' We ! - 1 men's Ins-.itute- . -- -- sf 1 ' e E. L Cockrel Livingston, Ky. skin-coveriu- g. PEOPLES BANK I Children Ory CASTORIA GRANVILLEOWENS UNDERTAKER 3i Brodhead -- 9596c, WmSmM .cSoc SI .50 CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, SEPT. 17th l .50 Lvs JUNCTION CITY 5:35 am FOUND! 1 Sub-Distri- ct s ? XCC5&3C8XS H - - - . -- Dpist , I - - .. w J. C. MOOSE A .sgegegsx - A v I i .' ) 1' . - ' A ' &stf ". & y ijita. .. j.:a- - aa3SWiVrSTifftar'ggiuaua-nBTicT- i 8rryrrffrr.-Tf.-il'- irtn7,BriiMiiMi vTA-'- v 1 .,f,iffl.r,d5gargfc MT. VERNON SIGNAL Mt. Vernon, Ky. , Sept. 12, 191- ',., so LQtich tbat you will ha "e ,r ,f to wear get it at FisYs and town . iu won: iui it iu uiuoi iu is.ccp you know it is right: btjir.t; a )i ir. and Arrow Collars. That you WI,i take half a day Arrow Shirts If if Ul,c Crop Report . y I LEVEL frUEEN. 6niUC!Cy , dick rifrht tnennie condition of crops up "No. 79" wen T"T Q get a good School B3g and ends n round the place and in The 3etier.1l of September 1st C o m m u n 'You wa a to SIGNAL Konluchv as cate with School Shoes turn tbeui into either use, in n- Free with Tess-Teanything hut ui ourainc. On is or ashes. at Fish's. -an estimate was made That von wtr con tribute as August 1st ( Mrs I.E. Peuningbm, wife of by th various crop tepor'.ers in money as you can iilfird the Clear Creek merchant, died at much as aiy the Sut? v.tt'.i thi ho;je fiat rain Qliu Htnc ' and ps much n:huia-hr.niA . liv iiuuj. WpiMOcnaif tKU won Id fall. Scat ored tai s ri,,i 'body, to any movomeiu to develop full ,, a daughter of the late John French dnti rl f Vu.r. & Nashville R.R.Co. town's ". '.Louisville and a sister ot Tom French ot the they' either were not will join the m Vo- 11st, but That you Wildie section. timfTtable. or not suon enough to ment to indue? the people iu town sulhcient 4.59 p m 22 ticrtfi The newest scheme for pushing to do their buyi- n- at home, or, if m iKe the lust ot bepmlr est!- 1. 4 north........ 3:53 am the Boone Way is the printing of there is no such movement to, tat t maieor hip empsev-- n as 111 . ,v , 1w. yi ' n c?rtt-h- .. t.i 11c I i.io d in no mnn c . rvr nrr t .ho rri to utf . nit tiimiii ,(,- ui iiu" lai. th o, OUULU Corn has d.onnon.n a rnndi.ion Pnce aml thy bO'h left Sunday ..n. -- ..;, .j r.Tnnm Uu duuecu iv uu; icnuu. uii 111c "f. . Tint.vnii-i-i'i make friends with l .. i. i ,. t r..ll.. fi..?. iipi rP..r. whip.!, n.n.in Imf. ,Ui Aiuuiu. oiuuon v.utreiue a r Agent, bottom of letter heads This 1S the farmers, it a to.vn man. or m Taq T.AKminM. ma tvk:.,. i,.. . f nM,;,. u wumu. ... (being used extenshelv here and is'with the lown foikS ,f a farmer, little mure than a h tlf . crop,n luocentsd a position with Lowen Phone No. 8. :.. ,..m hoped it will be used bv Lery and he'p work together tor the I....I... 4..i J . . v..v' ... MUL uu"v frK.i..nn U ., hi n,o- ri,...,o..' t? i. .uur ... . t i,. u. ,ri. unimun,!. r. l '" Ki,l liiwr Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice ousiness iuouse on i. Duone way " tne good of the community of which of Mullins Sta'ion, was here mail matter. as per lins, dropped to a condition of route vnur t(nvn is the Ut:U.el. v ' Tuesday representing Arnold, m.n.':rk Robert llixon o the Wildie) That you will 'boost" all the ceir S4 .'iuaiia is ru per cent cow Hamilton & Luxon, grocery firm PERSONAL p.--r peas cent and soy beans tiaie. section broke the record a few is m Perut,lt0f an average crop, at Richmond. Mrs. G. B. LawMiss Susie Thompson That you will throw out your'7" since when he sold to Wilis Rog-rence was in Mt. Vernon las; Louisville for a few weeks. all Thc sPn" so,vu c'oVr shows au Monday. ers of Paint Lick, one x motms P est and walk down lOA-Mi's. M, E. Price and oonllilion ol Gy P0r centU. G. Baker spent the week in old heifer calf and a 4 months old fc.dAd nnwith an air ol somebody .aV0ra children snout Sunday with Mrs. ,vo held Louisville, buying goods. bull call for $50. That is a record -p- rosperous J3US h.cls OJ.os. jTIie leguminous crojis h P H. SUutts. Mis Mary Mae anj. ouep av induce ..trang u'nuvii Atty. C. C. Williams attended breaking price for calves raised in perity Lathim has returned to Iangdon me" wmusn. this section, but it is just as easv ers t3 locate here, urd be that way itrcT llun" court at Danville this week. Dormitory after spending vacation is ivon at fi0 W E B. and C. C. Cox. were in to raise the good ones as the sorry at home too, to dcm.ml io.peetlBms at home. Henry Keyn Ids, of at O2 percent and of your neighbo- r- they too wi.l ''chrtl S ones, say. Mr Nixon. Louisville Tuesday on business. aStuies :,s p whole are very in Catron, Ky., was a caller here Farm For ae;- - 160 acres of think you piobperott last Sunday. Miss Rose Gentrj Henry Wood Jr. was over from That yon will bcost the Bouhter Itllf'1 level laud, all fn high state of culConway, attending the Carnival. Live stock has suffered very spent Saturday night aud Snnday d wiih her graudmother, Mrs. J. N. from tivation, plenty of water, 8 room frm to ben- tii band and Eimer Carpenter is home brick house and cellar, One new the Boone Way clear through to ina'erially on account of short Drown Tuesday was the first Danville, attending the Carnival. pastures and scarcity or water. barn and granary, all other build Success. day" of the Baptist Association, it Dr. and Mrs J. M. Williams That you will take your homo The condition of horsos is given at also being the Sunday School ings new. 5 miles from a good yO pi remit, are with relatives here for a short cattle 811 percent, live city, R. F. D and telephone. paper at only a dul'ar a voir, or There was singing stay- Ho pe-- cent and sheep 92 per Convention fin. : i j.nis is an meat nome. uvner six mouths for fifty cents, and hogs The condiii.jn by four or live different choirs and of poultry Mrs. Anna Miller has ietuned has other business and if sold soon learn all the g. od things cb.mt ctnt they certainly deserve praise for has likewise declined. f:oui a two moutl A stay in Pitts- will sell at abargiiu. P.O. Box your town, your neighbor and are gien as 92 per cent, Chickens the singing was excellent. Little turkeys burg. yourself. 96. Batesville, Ind. 80 per cent and ducks do per Miss Sallie Price is spending a Mrs. Jones Hiatt has been suffey days with her sister, Katie Hotel Jones; Wm. Jones Prop DO YOU PEAR CUNSUNPTJON CMUj.. fering from an attack ot pneuat Mullins Station George LawBarbourville, Ky. Sept 6 I3 All kinds of fruits have deNo matter how chronic vour monia. was in Somerset one day Jas. Marel, Apples are small, rence cough or how severe your thiva-- teriorated. Chat ley Chandler of Loudon, Secretary B W. B. Mr. and Mrs. Will or lung ailment is, Dr. King's many dropping from the trees, last week was here a few hours Tuesday on Logsdeii and little daughter, visitMt. Vernon, Ky. New Discovery will surejy help and their condition i shown as 07 business. yon: it may save your life. Dear Sir; per cent, peaches 74 per cent, ed relatives here the latter part oi Auce Boring was here from Green, of Maltchite, Col. 1 am In receipt of one of your last week. The ball game played writes: "Two doctors said I had plums 5S per cent and pears 5S at Quail last Saturday between Reading, Ohio, this week looking circular letters on Booije Way. consumption and could not live XJO: cent. Garden conditions are after tome business matters. hereby offer to donate $1,000 to two veat'S. I used Dr, King's, (deplorable, dropping to H per Quail. Ottawa, and Level Green Ciay Thompson oi the Lsvel the caueii as soon as the oike untied in a score of fi to 0 iu favor iew uiscovery anu am auvo ana Green section, left ye.'t rday f r reaches Barboijrvjlle, provided it well. of Level Green, that team playing Your money refunded if it Abundant rain falls would not fails to benefit you The best Tuhon, Arizona, to join Lis brothei geti here within wo years. help anything as fr as this year's against both of the others home remedy for coughs, colds K. B. Briukley Lathim is here from Yours For Boone Wa3' The corn throat and lung troubles. Price crop is concerned. Bloomingtop, 111., for a tew day's an old W. M. JONES. Walter Joiie-- of S unford, aoc. msd $too. Guaranteed by crop would grow worse Instead of Rockcastle boy. spent part of the The Langdon Memorial School Chas. C. Davis. better should abundant rains fall visit. Mr aud Mrs Ed Albright Brodh-ad- , with his cousin Eid opened Monday with a full attend-- a visited week here now; the same is true of tobacco. and children, of .Jones. The danger in the curing period at the home of Wm. Hurst during ice. Moat of tl)e faculty lor this O. J. Mullins Mrs. J. C. West has returned FOR FLETCHER'S cw to us, but we feel for corn and for tobacco is in hav- the association. yir.ir ,i home in Louisville, after : sure thn' coa 1 to us as highly ing an exces&ive amount of mois- suffered the loss ot a good young The schoil ay of seveial weeks with hei ruco nmen:i';l 6 they are, that the ture. Rajas now would only have horso this week. parents here. new men. er ui'l prove themselves a tendency to spoil what is left here is progressing nicely and having good attendance. of helping to of these two crops. John L. Lair and Cecil Weider equa' to the t Moist me is liold will ltave Monday morning to maint.iir. 'lie liiyh Standard which cOrar needed very badly for fall seedAl! the world makes a ot .. j r" d this institution ft' tend the Farmer Boys Encamp-jnen- t has charjctt-riti l1, ing, ard would benerit next year's active performers, and Mt.stage Vernon at the State Fair. lor a nuuibur of years. crop in this respect. Good rains played its part well at the carnival. would improve fall pastures. One wf tin' interesting features Miss Louana Whitehead is with The feeling was Water for stock is as.rious prob Kindergarten, which her cousin Miss Elizaleth White is the fr with the "seven ages" to the hap head at Williamsburg and attend- has an tnrolhnent of thirty or lem in many localities ana many fires are reported as a result of the py and outhful sprightness of all more ing the Kuoxviile Exposition. dry weather. A match dropped this week. Tram e ': to week there will C. D. Sutton was in Cincinnati, in ihcse columns a report in pastures in the condition in this week buying goods for the SAFKST LAXATIVE FOR which they are at present is alSuttoj & McBee, v h ex- of i!.l wor' . piogress etc. of the Grm of WOMEN most like dropping a in a pect to move to their new building school. Nearly every women needs a powder magazine. The water good laxative abjut the roth. The Graded Soh ool openTd Dr. Kin's New supply in many towns in the State life Pills are good because they are ar- Monday under the most promisMiss Claudia A. Donsou will has given out, and fire looses as a prompt, safe, and do not cause rive in Mt. Vernon tomorrow for a ing conditions for a most siucess-year- s Mrs, M. C. Dunlap of result of the drouth are bound to pain. work. The faculty ic the short visit with Mrs. E. S. AlLoadill. Tenn says: "Dr. King's bf great. bright, on her way to Alabama, same as Ust year, with one New Life Pills helped her troubles One hundred and fifteen esti- greatly." of Mr. John D. Henderwhere she will teach this year. Get a box today. that mates of the cost of growing an Price 2oc. Recommended by AI. B. Jones, the progressive son, who has the giades taught y acre of corn show an average esti- Chas. C. Davis. Level Green farmer, was in town Miss Clark last year. The eiro'l-men- t mate of $13 9n. Last month's esfor the first day was- H tie yesterday and tells us that he exBIG OFFER timate of the cost of growing an pect to go to Florada next month short of 250 and by next week, acre of wheat was i0. 17. It is We have just made special the enrollment is expected to reach to take care of his orange crop. interesting to uo:e that the l arrangements for a good, strong, Mrs. atson is here from the 300 mark. opinion is that it costs 3 79 winning clubbing combination The columns of this paper are Frankfort, to spend a few days more to grow an acre of corn than which includes, The Signal, The I with her son, Rev. Geo. S. Wat-yo- open for a letter from the Grade an acre of wheat. Last year's Weekly Enquiter, Farm & .Fire School each week, telling of the who leaves Mt. Vernon next we show the earn pioductiou in Kentucky was side, semi monthly, Poultry SucWednesday for Boonviile to lo- work, progress etc., and we tiust 30 4 bushels per aero The pros cess monthly, Woman's World, hat some suitable person will be celebrated cate ent report would indicate a yield monthly, Farm News, monody. .designated to look after this part Geo. V. Steep, the expert pub$15 Special Suits of about 18 bushels per acre cor All one year to the same address of the work each week. licity man, was up from Crab Orthis year. Corn ould Lave to for onlySi 00 This offer lasts for men and young RESOLVE ; chard springs Tuesday to discuss bring about 77 c- nts per bushel only 60 days. Old subscribers to , That you will keep so busy boostwith tecrtary of our Commercial on the based on this esti- the Signal may get this saini men. Made of Club, plans of pushing the Boone ing that ou wont have time to mate of $13.95, to pay the" actual combination by paying up past due ol oy-c- a - lJ n now to 79 uii onus ...p.,-.,- 10 iqi r i d - , m fi.vA-avjVAU.- V. J ..,,.! I 1 1 ,,,,. S - 0 1 X Ji',rt" - F A .- -- William Fields and son, John, of Stanford, speilt Friday night at the borne of Mrs. M. 15. Rice. Some of the farmers are no .v busy savin: fodder. Missos Cora and Bee Eldridge, of ( tlmoiv Avere the guests of Missc Viola and Kate DeBord, Saturday night and Sunday. Cartelle. the little uuugiiLer 01 Ajr. nnu Mrs 1110s. DeBord has been very sick f, r SGver:l1 days- .- W. J. Brown was! "vor iroiLl wainut urove, duuaay, aud spent the day with his par-- 1 ajiss jjanna isaiiy spent ems. Saturday night with Miss Katie . i gaKsS" Q-L"- I II M If we, 1 r.rfT uuuuui .... 4.s3- -"v, go barefo ot. or" hnvor... iiij anoes well w -- OoSttZTm ttBFK3P4SC?'ft. r T i. wjstssh Xx&f6" WH& " T & ) ,'Waz '" 1 JfJVAy Jft ' - Ifc M-- ai F? &0&&S -- M .M.. . SIM!- &'' ?S??5 h -- a fc & msmmm S!8Sijsr ssa w& 4 3ha-1- 3 it. iSr- ztjie&i zSTks'pv:irr eaa m a jw; CWCn I n ...'" . -- 's ... r -- or fci r4 Wl 4 it irM A m Zi AX r Ca. lJA7X ,j TTWMMI WM VW& -- . T- - stcond-cias- s FOR STYLE AND SERVICE if mf 1 1 I 5-- J . - s 1 - iOOS n. . . Detter tt TED fit riltpr " i 1. E" w 4 u,niiai ?(. Wear Longer! ct. "Tess and Ted" are members of ihe Star Brand Family. i "STA11 3RAND SHOES ARE BETTER" - bo-u- n "With every pair of these shoes we are giving FREE a useful 1 1. r Tessf;Ted School Bag We want every school boy and girl in Rockcastle County to wear And cany their books in one of tlie.e bnus. on vour parent Wvinir Tess Ted School Shoes Insist B' K Still-ma- u is I Ted Shoes A a nt vv. - ; n. fv SS v. jra a I -- A 2 pJs &i wMWmF&W&mmam&r H. tsf a l35i of S 1 m, ----- & ?5 w lEADlHO g. Children Cry All Around the Busy Corner s a-- i CASTORIA 1 -. 5 ..-'- -, z . 1Q Langdon Memorial Industrial School Mt Vernon, Kentucky A Home School for Girls. iligli Standard of Work. Happy Home Life. Excellent Record of Health. Special Courses in Domestic Science and Music. merry-go-roun- d ip-t-- ar Lmmk 1 For catalogue and further infonnatinu wrije to jIiss jMaky llosK jMi'Coki), Principal. Mt. Vernon, Kv, exc-p-tio- n. ADMINISTRATOR'S SALK i - ijen-era- n, The undersigned, administrator of the estate of A. T. Fish, will, MT. VERNON. KY. between tiie hours of one o'clock On -- rd. door o and lour o'clock in the afternoon, The Bank of Mt. Vernon , on Churc on Sept 22d, 1913, at thi front street. Special attention given door of the County Court House, to collections.? Phone No. 80. in Mt. Vernon, Ky., offer for sale 10 shares of the capital stock of the the Banic of Mt. Vernon, each shore being of the face value of ATTORNFY-AT-LA- 'C. Williams, Fish's tftoo. He will also oftVr for sale at the same time and place 5 Shares of of the Capitd Stock of the Citi- .en s tsa: iz - ave-age- Way campaign. Mr. and Mrs R. B. Mullins and sons Walter aud Benjamari spent last week with Luther Mullins and family in Cincinnati. They also visited Davton. Ham.ltou and other points. Mr. Mullins tells many interesting thing about the flood, the ruins of which is still left in many places He says one has to see it to appreciate the extent of ihe damage done. LOCAL " knock. strictly all-wo- That you will vote, talk and work for a biggar, better, brighter town. fabrics tailored expertly depend- cost of production. J. That you will help to make yours a good town so the town can make good. That you will increase the value of your property by improving its appearance. That you will say something good about your town every time you write a letter. That you will invest your money at home when you make it and where you can watch it. That you will not point out your town's defects to a stranger or fail to point them out to a neighbor. That you will keep your premises picked up and your buildings repaired as a matterol both pride and profit. That vou will never buy a thing out of town until the local merchants have been given a chance to sel1 il to ou- That you will brag about your ably trimmed and lined. leader The brick work on the Rock' castle will begin next Monday. ' Ask to see Fish's $10 special All-woBlue Serge Suits for Fall ol has won national fame for style, service and value it has lei the field for many years and made many friends for this store. Wc stand by what you buy This subscription and 50cts W. NEWMA.N, new subscribers get the entire (000 Commissioner of Agriculture. by paying $1 00 Send all orders purchasei or purchasers. This the 2tst day of Aug. iOrj. to the Signal. S. D. Lewis, The Carnival has been to town That's enough. Admr. of the estate o! I of. A. T. Fish, dee'd. Fok Sale: Du roc boars, at 'VlDEU,EU in Marbles anil Por Infants and Children. $15. each. The very best to be Granite Monuments of all The Kind You Have Always Bought found. For Sale: Modern moving kinds. Estimates furnished picture shov, theatre and dance Bears W. J. Sparks, hall in new western city fully on application- Mt. Vernon. Signature equipped, ready for running any GEO. OWENS Propr. kind of show or dance. Good DIARRHOEA QUICKLY ot brouneau, eactt Miare being of face value ot $100. Terms oT sale, will he made cash additional, in hand, and it will be told as a waole, or by the share, to suit the fl X rfrti iW. T2L lit CASTOR A Manufacturers ofyS Adtnr. wear. Who brought it? They'all say not I. We feel sorry for the man who fesses up. The pastor nf thc Presbyterian church will preach his farewell ser won to the people oi Ml Vernon next Sunday. CURED' " I was taken with diarrhoea and Mr. Yorks. the merchant here, persuaded me to try a bottle of Cbambrrlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. After taking one dose of it I was cured. It also cuted others that I ga?e it to," writes M. E Gebharf-- , Oriole. Pa. Thntisnotat all unusual An ordinary attack ot dlarrhrea can jalmostluvariably be cured bv one or two doses of this remedy. For sale bu all dealeis. . I ( All persons indebted Will trade for good property or of A. T. Fish will call sell part down ballance on easy to the estate at my; office, and settle same at term. Por further particulars, O. C. Evans, once. addtess, S. D. Lewis. Richmond, Ky. Notice: money maker. Price 12500. Pone 112 J. C. MeCLARY UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER Do not fear Pelagra if you hive ajar of NfMCunss The tlo.i.e of Good Clothes Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR A CA-STOiRI- the Nesbitt Golden Ointment. It has cured all skin diseases, old sores, piles, burns, ec.ema, aud blood p ison. Price PEvtP!, VSg rtlL U OI 11 r. V y? 7 'l. K $i,po.per jar. AV-nsNesbitt Home and office in the late reaieVnc Golden Ointment Co Hr. Myers fcimtily cccuiad ci. o Aug. 22-4Hi : c.i, Ky. W. T. Fl !ANC1S, ift Dentist s t. Stanford, Ky. v t&&- a i .'- - ia.v u i& yi rtJy'Mt'. s- , A - V. -- .aiiiS "!. gLTiSM'aiijftjj Woman's JHot flauhes-dteiin- ess; oangr SigisldM falling nWlh headache bearing-dow- n mm ggSigggggggg w '.'.TggeartqeiJ J, .rfr'-f- ' feeling and ills faf a kindred nitthr!? are nature's Hunger signals. The female disturbance or irregularity back of these calls for help, should have immediate care and attention. Otherwise the delicate female constitution soon breaks down. the TAX OF your PAYE jra Dr. pierce Favorite prescription restoring aid to thou- - ROCKCASTLE COUNTY w C:: il a lim M ItV i liiliU I ffillSiPl years has been lending its health for 'sands ofmore than 40au?r your uirougnoui its tong me. women year run-dow- n e, M This wonderfully successful remedy imparts strength to the entire system particularly to the organs distinctly feminine. Nerves are refreshed. The "stale", house-wifand the weary care-wor- n orerworked business woman, the mother of a family all will gain strength from thi3 famous prescription which 40 years has demonstrated its effectiveness in liquid or tablet form. Meet me or my deputies at the following places to settle E.vn tssr.'v Riy 11 " Um 'rf IA SOLD BY DEALERS Write Dr. R. d IN MEDICINES. Hotel-Correspon- Tax: MONDAY, TUESDAY, September 22nd September 23rd mm AU'OlICir. 3 PERCENT. AcgefableftcpararumBris-simi!alii!rticFcc(fantlRegii- For Infants and Children. MBnMMBaMKVnMMMMnMaaMMaMHaMMUIXKaUMnMMMa "I The Kind You Have Always Bought V. Pierce's Specialists at the Invalid,' Strictly Confidential and no charge. ImgUteStoaadisandBowtisGf Dr. Pierce's Fleasaut Pellets regulate and luvlgoratc stomach, liver tiny granules easy to take as Candy. md bowels. Sugar-coate- At LIVINGSTON, At CONWAY, Bears the Signature nf i J Pf t At W Prorco.esDtestranJCkKfu!ncssimtlfesuCoRlaLnsneito Opiioit-Morphi- - norMiacraL NOT K AR C OTIC. onus aTons Here are several reasons why I trade at C C, Davis' Drug Store: BECAUSE - Quality considered, his price can't be beaten. BECAUSE There are no delays; customers receive prompt attention. BECAUSE -- Things we get at Chas. C. Davis' Store are all right. BECAUSE Things that go wrong bought at " Chink's" place will be made right. BECAUSE The poor man's dollar is worth just as much at Charley's placeas the rich man's. BECAUSE There are no leaks from his store ; every deal is strictly confidential . BECAUSE Chas. C. Davis is never grouchy it' you don't buy. At PONGO, At Owens & Abney Store WEDNESDAY, September 24th THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, SATURDAY, September 25th September 26th -- JlxMkW- :Jljvns&f vT In XT I 41 IiiUstcaxSat liznSrrd- tlstixd Xgpr tcjtlsrf. At LE EL GREEN, At WI1DIE At CLIMAX, At QUAIL, At ORLANDO, At BRODHEAD, At SHERIFF'S OFFICE - - - - "- - fe ri' m& fc Aperfecl Remedy Tor Cowstlpa-- t ion . Sour Storaach.Dlarrlwa VGri:is.Convulsl(nisaewislt Use 1 messaiulLoss or SlER TicSinuLj Signature of September 27th September 30th October 1st October 2nd October 4th - The Centauu Compact, NEW YOKK. For Over Thirty Years If Guaranteed utulcrili Exact Copy of Wrapper. wnmi THE CCNTAJH GOUMNY, NCW Rm tOU CITY. Try Him. Phone 29. ON j 5 imninimmmiiimiiinitiiiimiiii Rinuwiuinnintimiuu xw. VERNON DpiET - CD. ALL DAYS. S3lJrs. PRACTICAL UNDERTAKERS jffeFUNERAL DIRECTORS, AND j 3 JXZ BST lUlJjfyJy yTP O Please meet us at the above named places, prepared to settle, as my term of office expires January 1st, and I must wind up the Sheriff business To save cost your tax must be settled by December JstJ9J3 Don't let the time slip up on you and then blame me E3HSAUllts ZZ g : : Mt. Vernon, Ky, s COUCH IVIETAL2C GASKETS Coffinsand Robes. T. J, NICELEY, W. A. B. Davis E. R. Cox D. C. Poyuter (Continued from page 3 ) J. W Ma Her Aich and Albert Allen for S. B. MnKeuzie burial clothes furnished S S. Only 6 25 Robt. Norton pauper J. W. Lambert for coffin for Giii Staveon S.R.-- G Licened Einbalmer will have charge of that line of work for the company. rr Orders by wire promptly tilled. Hearse sent to all points 2 2 5 COUNTY CLAIMS. 200 Superintendents office 2 2 v.o 1 48 00 H GEORGE OWENS, Manager f S I,. W Uethuruin for one year's jjOfficG Mt. Vernon Monumental Huildinjc PHONE 112 o M'rv'ce as county Judge Soo.o .S D. I.ewis for one year's sei 2 00 2 2 2 Wliiiilliiliilliil$illilIiililliililliiiiIilUiiillil!iiiil.illiliiiliii A Check on s a check on The Mt. Vernon Bank I 800 00 00 vice as County Atlornev J. W. Kinctr for one yea:' ?er 00 00 .vice as County Supeiiu- - x3cgccoci: I hAftMAaMI jl.fi?::&rjeS :&s tt payments. When il tcrxes lack to you it is an indisputable receipt for your money Payment by check is a check on spending, too. You think twice before drawing a check. And the second thought often results in your not drawing it at all. Open an account and you'll save in spite of yourself. oxxv 2001' 'I 2 teudeiit S. F. Bownnn Clerk-e 800 01 THE BAfiK OP MT. VBRNON MT. VERNON, KENTUCKY, W. L. RICHARDS, President, A. B. FURNISH, Cashier. Robt Richmond 4.50 J. D.Hiimm for arresting parties for not working on county road 3 00 Wm. Ponder for waiting on Isaac McLemore 20.00 Bradley & Gilbert Co. for books furnished county 4775 Bradley & Gilbert Co. for supplies furnished county clerks office 2 VV. H 1 i for one year'- 250 o - Wm Hives T. C. Hayes J. C Wood W C. Viears M. V. Swinford 00 service as County Court 360 3 6C 2 John Frakes for one 3ears ser. 00 vice as court hou-.- j mitor 300.0VV. SADDLES 1 Padded; Sewed and new Stirrps and Stir- - fj urs at a reasonable price - 2 00 N. Riggs for furnishing vo: L;nville J. F. Hamilton vV. H S. Griffin John Owens 391 376 """ 2 2 OO OO so Squiie Singleton UftDSBTAKBS Afti '"Hm taMBBHBBHMBBR?MYHBHBef illc Our line of Couch Caskets Coffinsfurnished Hearse sent to all parts of Hand-mad- e the County AN orders by Wire Promptly Filled W. A. COX,! Pioife94-S II: MT. VERNON, KY JONAS McKENZIE SELLS The Standard Printing Co, for Ovven Allen 376 2 00 books furnished the county clerks Geo. Tteatrs office 2 96 7.25 J. L. Ball 2 00 A. Pennington for services ren- Wallace Las well dered the county 2 96 7.50 David Mullins J. C. Rimell lor wait ng on Joe John Pope 3 76 3o.oo L.ee Arnold Cornell a pauper 2 00 W. G, Singleton for services as W. N. biggs 2 00 marshal rendered county D. C. Ponder 7 00 3 76 Mrs. T. D. Mulling for printing Walter Owens 2 00 for county 2 5o J. J. Baker 3 92 Lovell for medical Milt Deaton Dr. A. G. 2 00 services rendered paupers 17. 25 W. A. McKinney 3 92 2 00 John Kobins for drugs lurnished J. M. Craig 29 40 Wm. Hurst paupers 3i6 VV. J. Sparks for provision and T. B. Thompson 2 00 . IV other expenses for Hiram P. H. Shutts 3 16 2 00 Herd 100.00 Hubert Barnes servi- W. C.Hopkins Mrs. Anna E. Miller for 3 12 2 00 ces as court reporter 56.48 W. P. Hayes M. J. Miller for coal and other F. Francisco 3i2 goods for court house 2 00 255 1 1 Geo. Childress " C. B. McKenzie for school books C. M. Nelson 2 00 furnished indigent children 109.56 S. L. Rose 3 76 T. M. Adams for goods furnish 3 76 J. R. Ballinger 2 80 ed Fount Tyree a pauper allowed for print E. S. Albright W. H. 'Jones for burial clothes ing ballots for November election I " ing booth at Livingston 4 00 rup-leatheB. A. Riddle for making thre arrests of persons lor not working ft and up Saddles, new, county road 4 ir and Ladies' Saddles, new, C. A. Richmond for waitiug on $ Andy Becknell 25 00 , Old Main Street back of Court House. Appropriated for the building of t approach to bridge at Mullins Station 100. oc Bethur-um- , VV. A. McKinney, D. P. G. V. Owei.s, J. W. Baker, R G. Moore, S. F. Bowman, Supervisors of tax each allowed 191 iwi iia) lb Men's $4.00 V $500 up W T. DAVIS i r-: 3&3cStoC$ 81 0( 13.50 J. S. Langford for services ten li ij -- Bsnininsi for Joe Cornell B. A. 8 SHOES THE "ROYAL BLUE" is to your interest to examine the Selz line before you buy IP you need a good pair of. shoes if JWA5 ". .& McKENZIE MT.' VERNON, KY. Riddell for services rencounty dered 7 00 E. S Albright for printing county ballots, blanks etc. for county 157-2Bradley & Gilbert Co. for The supplies for county. 24 40 M. J. Miller for goods furnished by the pauper committee t15oo.oo M. J. Miller for pauper sup plies 191I 308.67 M J. Miller as pauper committee 20 00 F. L. Th impson-apauper 2o 00 committee Dr. A. G. Lovell for services at county jail 4600 J. W Marler for keeping a pau- per duri rsi kness and lurnishing of bunalcb.t'ies coffi 1 etc 137.00 The following election officers paid for services for holding Xq. vembei election 1912. 5 70 1912 75 0o B. Dr. D. Southard, Wm. Poyn-te- r and T. J. Niceley each allowed $20. for services as election com60.00 missioners Judge L. W. Bethurum for expenses incurred while attending the County Judges meeting in relation to the Franchise tax 8 7o suit ' " E. B. Thompson allowed for expense taking tree and having same set on State Capitol grounds in i9i3 dered the county as jailer 1302 G5 Appropriated for Hook worm 2oo ot investigation in connty C. S. The magistrates, J. L Arnold, Hardin Moore Logan Arnold and J. II Lambert each allowed for 2 davs services, $6. each 3 Gentry and J. M. Craig, D. R. M. F. Craig allowed for post and wire for county road 43 4n J. G. Baker allowed for wire furnished for county roads 54 05 H L. Smith for expense in careing for Clay ion Crosson 16 83 J. VV. Marler for coal furnished 42 county for merchandise Harvey Ohanev 3 00 furushed paupers iReams for booth furnished T. J. for i9i2 election at Orlando 6 00 Dr. L- - A Dav is for medical ser7 50 vices rendered paupers Tip Smith for tervices rendered 6 5o county Logan Arnold for transporting Will Dyer an idiot to Mt. Ver2 50 non . E. S. Albright 'for printing done Arm-stion- "It Always Helps says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., in writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's tonic 'She says further: "Before 1 began to use Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as run a big water mill. I wish every suffering woman would give g, CARDUI Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, tired, worn-o- ut feelings, etc., are sure signs of womanly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's tonic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women for more than fifty years. and it always does me good." a The Woman's Tonic trial. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, Get a Bottle Today! LVI IVJ KM) IM 191 IMJ IS) (MJ () IS) 191 IS) IS) IS? 73 25 "we S? m S jJpf 1 V DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE 'And don't s Frankfort TJ. 18 00 S. Berry allowed for paint -- 5o 00 ing bridge at Orlando TJ. G. Baker for chairs for clerks office 300 Logan Arnold, Magistrate 300 11 Hardin Moore 300 300 J. H. Lambert 300 Lee Arnold C. S. Armstrong 300 J. W. Kincer for rent paid lor -- Lovell for medical i2 75 services The magistrates, Hardin Moore. C. S. Armstrong, Logan Arnold J. L. Arnold and J. H. Lambert each allowed for one days .service 5T $3. each, for making S. F. Bowman 99 85 sheriffs tax books Bowman.O.R C. Copy attest: S F. Dr. A. G. have to grease but once a week. " Mate m KMtKky by CHAS. C. STOLL ML CO. LtximtM, Ky. j .r -- L1 "". -- VI j V"H1 V