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VERNON, ROCKCASTLE tmn at-thd ......, -- - . - - V y?.-- l - - PljiifH Good Roads Established 1887 NUMBER 3 VOLUME XXVII. COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1913. LADIES' HATS Suits Coats Skirts and Dresses at Low central gathering point lor the planters of the entire south. It was here that political plots were laid, futures planned' and broken, duels fought, and many of the T kv ." : ? - 5 most beautiful romances in Kentucky history fanned from the a spark into the flame of passion. a e a a was at Crab Orchard Springs It that Colonel William Whitley, one of Kentucky's most famous Indian Very Correct Styles, Best Quality 6ghters m 1781 built the first permanent house that was constructed Prices in the state. It was built of brick site of made in the woods house was The the structure. trimmed thruoutvwith hand-carvewood work. It was. made three stories high and still stands and is occupied. The present occupant of the house, Mrs. Sally Penningof ton, is a The house is Colonel Whitley. M one of the curiosities ot the state and is visited by hundreds of people annually, who wish to see the sort oi work that the pioneers ww) wvwwww wwwwvwwww WWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW a cornices d.d. The hand-carveand interior wood work, including paneled walls and ceilings are indications of a degiee of skill and patience that the pioneers usually are not supposed to have posessed. Clothcraft Suit a a The old fire places which were e o a a e0 o o a Money's the Biggest originally used have been bricked up to the size of ordinary grate?, Ever mantels rebut the hand-carvecan prove it. $1 5 A frame porch main untouched. AND we built on the front of the house sometimes as $20 more than ninety years after the high as $25. Is that about building itself was put up, has what you usually pay for your fallen into entire decay, and a ' brick addition built over ffi n nr don't. n of a century after the m ttWttKMgVVgCONWJKS 5? s hp?s? original brick work 'twas done, is Clothcraf t meaus a big saving w vccoaivtfvJwwcqaWMawtfBcgwwwtftfVww more, whan crumbling and falling away, but to you. Why pay the old structure put by the rough ia Clothcraft you get skilled workbuilders of I781 remains solid lasting shape, earthmanship and everything you li the strict guarantee that goes with every article in our and unchanged. Threebuilding right to expect in really quakes have rocked the have a 1T Department good clothes. but, aside from a few inconse-quentLadies Ready-to-We- ar cracks, np damage .has And we have Clothcraft Xr-unks&y 11 " suits., at less, than $15 just been, done. as big values "for the moneys The old house was .used as a, ------ -nsed in the Scientific tailoring treaty making place ip the early. low prices,- - Call today AU the newest designs at very flays" and one of the two front making of Clothcraft means HHU. LUvtJ & lUUft. Ifit. and better looks at a was especially partitioned hotter rooms 1 qff as a sleeping p.lace for-- the Inthird less than vou'd pay fowI T ' other makes of the sami ... - ' V dians. Colonel Whitley has been olten quality, ' . You'll find a guarantee in referred to as the slayer of pocket, put the innide coat at the Battle ,of the there by the makers. It asThames, October 5, 1813, and the of wool, wear and sures you gun with which the killing is sup Our satisfactory posed 10 have been dqne is in the personal guarantee goes with it. possession of Mys. James Buch daughter of anan, a great-gvan- d Come in tomorrow and we'll : .. the Colonel, who still lives at Crab . prove every statement we make. We have lots of other good things Orchard Springs. Mrs, Buchanan ue v that you'll want to see. vwe'r also has Colonel Whitley's powder horn, exquisitely carved. There is considerable dispute as Vernon, Pine Hill, LivingSY to the killing of Teoumseh. and at blood of travelers and their E dian assailants, but the settlers I. fAM VVim(.dl Tn4iAniw Unfi least a doaen men claimed to have OF AAilCl lull, i7iiHni DdtllCHOtU, faugbt on under the guidance of (Patch, East Bernstadt, Pittsburg, been responsible for the slaying of Boone jntil the clouds of war London, Fariston, Boreing, Ba the great Indian warrior. Un drifted north and' westward and bourville PinevJlle and Middles-bor- fortunately, Colonel Whitley himNerth and South Ts CtRiect to Cumberland Gap. At this left Kentucky in peace. In the self met his death in the Battle oi Oyer Triil Blazed .by meantime the trail had. become a point connection ia made with the Rockcastle's MountVernon the Thames and the best evidence state road and it remained the pike to Bristol and Asheville and Duiel Bwne in was found beside lost. His body Biggest Store Cheapest Prices the main highway for the tide of .thence southward the Raleigh, 1775. that of Tecumseh. The best Ken westerivemigration until after the, Columbia. Augusta, Maron, tucky historians however, indicate war with Mexico, when - the Jacksonville and Miami. tnat it was Tecumseh who killed are thinking of the welfare of the 1. The next legislature1 aain the whole. By George V. Steep National Road, from Maryland, to By a more northerly route fro m Whitley, and great In- masses rather th?n of answering past, will be overwhehniBgly demo-- 6. In short, my opponents can that the Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana and Bristol the pike connects to Richdian warrior, immediately after the call of a few politicians who cratic, and the pas Isas snown be- - offer you only this promise, to do The "Road of Romance", a Illinois succeeded the sonth-er- mond, Norfolk, and points farther killing the white commander, was shout the praises of political part- - yond dpuh that a democratic their best, with no reasonable as roulo as the quickest way north and east. hundred miles of Kentncky's shot and killed by a private soldier ies, because those parties keep m,?Jnber Jask a far better oppor-- 1 surance that they could accomplish the long abandoned trail into the "fertile valleys of the Crab Orchard Springs, where named William King. them in office regardless, o tl&e fanHy ot securing things for his anything, wefrth while ; I can furthat Daniel Boone blazed into the "far west". During the Civil the new pike will begin its pursuit service they can or d?, ren.de than a member of any nish substantial evidence that y0u j district Continued next week heart of the Indians' wilderness War. the old trail was a main of the pioneers' trail, is one of the may confidently expect me :to years, other party, am now nearly tirty,-in 1775, is soon to become the final highway for the armies until the most romantic spots in Kentucky byeeft a 8. This district has been sadly secure far yon things that yot old and have eooje ink that will connect the north Union and Confederate forces and the scene of many of the most candidate fo a,ny office, either- by negleeted, as has the entire moun-electio- n have iog hoped for in vam and id the south with a motor pike abandoned Cumberland Gap as a stirring events in the early hiswhich would be lam tain region in tae past, because all of us. Then, of great value to. is tory of the state. not a- - matcelled in beauty and usefulness point of contention. a candite ftp,w only because it is the representative, though, many ter of good businessitto elect the In later years the trail became ipr other road than the now The Springs, fourteen in nummy belief and the belief of many .of them have been good, capable man who can best serve your fell, once more into its ber and of Iseven varieties of water ions Lincoln uiernway unaei disused and good, thinking men In all parties' men ot experience, were practic-tha- f Asking your careful struction from coast to coast wild stale, remaining in this con- were originally developed as "healally without influence and could consideration of this matter and I can be of far greater service rough tfte 'tcjrrjtory wh.ere dition until the boosters for the ing waters" by the Indians before to the people of aur seotlon of the not secure votes for their meas- - pledging myself, if elected, toserve with all my power the best interrst pioneers, penetrating pne new nnic oi. motor pise, wira me the white men came to America, State than either of the gentlemen .ures. ests of all the people without of commercial organizations in and became a center for gatherings nans, fought thep: way aid 8. My being a member ot the wljo are' making the race against to political or other connec, of settlers as soon as b,e developf unbrojfen wjjderness and mapy qtfes and'vith federl'engi-neersme for Representee. This is not party in power and having a per- - tions, I am, began the task qfresury ey- ment of the QQuptry hegQn. The jajnst savage tribes of In a personal criticism of either oi-- . sanal acquaintance with members Sincere)y yours, k, the new highway will link ing the iflnte, markjng.it out. and first resopt war'estahHsbed there them, for they are my neighbors of the General Assembly and with adv Nat B. Sbavkix. ' :es of Virginia, North Caro- - planning the widening:4vnd re early e lam century, the site n all parts of the State and friends and entitled to the leaders Tenessee at Cumberland building of the trail into?t.'great being patronized then, principally kind treatment that I have given would naturally give me a great AVOID SEDATIVE COUGH-- , Bristol with Indiana and highway. i: as a cfftnping;grQund, A building ffflffflni' them since the race hegan. I feel advantage in securing recognition Kentucky turnpikes at According to the present Sur- erected in the early days, used as MEDICINES that any man who tries to prove and help for measures of vital imvey, the new pike will start, at an lun-ilard Springs. and a If you want tocontrfbutedirec-l- y his qualifications for office by portance to our mountain people century and a half Crab Orchard Springs in Lincoln boarding .school in 'winter, to the occurrence of capillaty A 4, The fact that I have engaged abusing his opponent is too narrowthe American colonies County Kjj., where, stands the remained In a state of preservation bronchitis and paeumonia use: -minded and -- selfish to be in various kinds of work tJhaye caugb edicine ing their struggle for state's oldest Inn and watering until 1871, when it was destroyed inlusta'al; oxphme, neromthat contain codinten trusted by the people. There made me familiar w and other seda-whee, the intrepid Boone place, and connect with the In by fire. Other buildings erected fore, I have made every, effort, to educational a&d otjheij. conditions; you have a cough or cold. rilsof the thenim-- diana pikes north to Indianapolis at about th$ same, time are still keep this kind of small politics cut in every county inhA q?untains An expcQtqrant Chamberlain's NAT B. SEWELL erness of the Kentucky where a junction probably will be standing and in use, and the trees as wej a& thr?Uighou,t too State, Cough Remedy is what in needed. of our campaign . d the trail that was effected with the great Lincoln planted by'the early campers' for. CANDIDATE FOR REPRESENTATIVE. great advantage in That cleans out. ijke culture bed However, I feel that you are, en giyes Jfte . .. .' .. or breeding; placM for the paras. come the main high-..ea- highway now under construction, 'i.i..ji, "duw iorm a pane . oi -4eeti snautj, i. -Huge ToJ lie People of Rockcastle and titled to a frank- - statement o my l&np.witUs he needs of our people of pneumonia and other gerriTi- to the west. thus affording motoring posibili-tie- s snd'magnificent-forma- t trees. wtj from 'JLawei Lounltes ; reasons for believing. that 1j is, to atd of determining the character eases. That is why pneumonia, ly fifty years of to the great automobilfag. terXhottfct-'earThe Crab Or,charjd,.Spriugsfwere Jtiwaht to "thank you for the "in your interest to; eee me as, a, of measures that would be for the never results from a cold wkea DMstSBt Indiannwarfare, the trail ritory of Indiana, Ohio, Michigan hau ntedby pracHcally! ffi the fa' terest ypuarqshowing in my .can- meznber- - p,f th, n$xt legislature comfort, protection, advancement Chamberlain's Coogh Ree4y: mous men and' prominent families didacy for R'epresentative, without from this distriot, and I ask vou and wehare of all the different used. It has a world wide r&p- JL'JF ewaiaed a battle ground, but and Illinois. . A ' thnnsanri coces. iil a Hurka.Tr From Crab Orchard Springs, the of the stateth6early ,,. anid UT,. fj"'ji.";"' :regafd to yojux political belief. It to consider carefully and to form working classes takes separately woa lor its or tMr n c aerpktMc ftc jDfuhs'r&n red with the new pike will run thru Brodhead, J during tlawfeilith'esJi? was the is a splendidj evideuce,. that people your opinions, from those reasons;'.aad of our section ocuritry as a iMkbjra or Bad Roads NaV They All Lead X yy great-grand-niec- d BAKFRS I! )! IDEPARTMENT STORdl 'fcYou Your Worth You Saw d, can get it at IBakers" -- dL Cl O SUCS SUltS three-quarte- rs all-woo- l, SATISFACTION OR MONEY BACK Dry Goads, Notions, Ladies and Gents' Furnishings, Clothing and Shoes Carpets and Mattings, Bags, Jewel-& Clocks, -- al Hats, Su!frG6asASSii,ts anDresses, "-T ana Caps. - NEW HATS EVERY WEEK Te-cums- service. Sutton & McBee J'"i.orr Xn-fM- Hardware, Queensware, Tin and Enamelware, Groceries and Provisions f Furniture, Stoves and Ranges, Doors and Windows Salt, Roofing and Implements i t. 111 m T HE B ES T BY T EST o w U.G, BAKER Sa-vana- h, a wild-est.hil- ls, i rasaaHg ne.Y-e.rr- . - ? re-ga- rd in-th- : HH h tbe-summ- er e, st J . re. X i W - -- ' m w?a ,1 P- - it nr ' .ft'. l. -- f? r V , M;iP5p;pp59Hipp 1 -T- TT-5 ifW!r'Bsf fflrTvw":-Y'T';v'(T,"Bnr- 7? tWRE1 T I ItiMMtiMMM 5 rf .' -n . ...-- zz ...m. the school yard .MT. VEflNON SIGNAL Tempest Waad was at home from lit off to show last Friday, toauphed Thursday until how to sob fruit Liviugsion from to:LlsY12nJ8TCPN L 1 She was accompanied tree. He gave many practical Friday, Oct. 17, 1913 by Miss Carrie Ponder. Mrs. J. ideas that should be 01 great value b Watson was tne the guest 01 to our tarmers and truit growers, Published every Friday by her daughter, Mrs. F.'L. Durham, Mr. George E. Painjer died ai S. ALBRIGHT. EDGAR in Mt. Vernon a few days last his home at high twelve, Wednes week. Logan Stevenson was up day, of a complication of diseases. $I.OO from Maywood Saturday and Sun- While he had been in a very ser UBSCRIPXION ONE YEAR day calling on' one of our fair sex. lous condition for come time, yet on Mrs. JeiT Pennington and child- - his death was very unexpected 'Advertising rates made known were uie and was a Meat shock to the com ren, ot Livingston, application Suuday. v-s Mrs. Theor, Qraves is visiting (m&v2.s?j STYW relatives at Cynthina Ky. this CLOTHIS week. Mrs. R. . J. Lemonds has I h I Jr.. H '. returned Ironi a few days' visit wih, rflaifvps and fripnds in Pjirte 11. DilTenu., and Louisville. -- J. B. Don- - Louisville, and Mrs. W. Londop, were the guests of elly, 'After a month's visit with his lon, of sses brother in Lexington, has returned. Mrs. Sam Ward last week.-Mi-- c' Jackson Overby .was arrested , 1Nei" cnaper-one- d police court, Walton ana Ai:ce wara, and tried here by Mrs L. H. Davis, attended O. A munity . He a faithful mem- Saturday, on several counts : guests of Mr. and Mrs Frith last week. Mr. and Mrs. ber of the Baptist church and truly drunk and disorderly, drawing con- a house party last week given by, MEMBER OF W. O. Yadon, of Danville, spent a 'a good man. We arc as uredof cealed weapons and shooting up Mr-- . Christine Asher, of Beiea. KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION few davs with relatives here last the fact that his life wa- - worth on the highway. He was fined Mrs. Christiue Asher. of Berea. is week. Frank Ward resigned liis while. We tender our sincere $94 50. Indeed, .'the way of the visiting her sister, Mrs. L. H. CbPBBJHw? S.E.Johnposition as assistant Agent at this sympathy to the bereaved family, transgressor is hard. So vou see Davis, this week.-- Mr. place to accept a like position at and bid thi?m take hope and conso that the law is enforced in our lit son, of Peoples, Jackson county, is Junction City. Givens Carson is lation in the Heavenly asuiance. tle burg as the officers are deter- visiting his daughter, Mrs. S. E. holding down the assistant agent that thev shall meet him again mined on that point. Miss Ella Heltar- d- J . E. Woodall was here A-- B place here. Tilden Frith return-- where there is no sorrow and Mae Blanford is spending a week Tuesday to see our merchants. Ed , but eternal happiness and Livingston life the ed home from Bath Springs, Tenn'de-.thMrs. has lots of friends in with relatives at Parksville. JN our present-da- y continually re- Monday, bringing with him ' his love. He is survived by his wife, G. D. Cook and daughter. Miss and enjoys a liberal patronage from wheel of fortune is J H. Browning are poor bride of a few days. Uncle one sou and three daughters. J. Lyda, werecalledtoMt Vernon, on our merchants volving. The rich Those who yesterday Fount Tyree, who has been sick J Painter, of Lebanon Junctior the account of the illness of Mrs. who has been ver.v sick for some were unnoticed and unknown, to- for-- number of Months, died at Mrs. EnierbOn Rice, of Livingston. Cooky's mother, Mrs. Lair. Mr. is some better. Bv not having a day stand in the searchlight oc pub his home near here Monday after Mrs. Charlotte Jarett. of Aztec. and Mrs. J. T. Omaiy and children letter last week, we did not get to Ros-co- e lic attention. The girl who thinks noon. His remains were laid, to New Mexico, and Mrs. W.C. Svin-ior- are in Knoxville this week. M. J mention the wedding, of Mr. Gregory and Miss Bertha Hix. of Pueblo, Colo., the first two Mink and daughter, Miss Celia, that because of her obscurity, rest in the Christian Church Cem It's about as difficult to describe these new Walbeing with him at the time of his are visiting relatives in'Cincinnati, The groom is a promising young trained intelligence or good man etery Tuesday. Mrs Jesse clothes as to write about the prettiest girl man and has a good position with ners are '.unnecessary, may learn ters and Mrs. Wallace Walters, death. His remains will be laid to Ohio, this week. Mrs. James .r 1 l T at a Leap Year Party. You've got to see L. & N. The bride is the daugh?. rVI- her mistake at the cost of bitter motored up from Stanford, and rest aunaavui me rapusi nurcn Davis. of Covington, has returned ot M. Hix and a most at her with your own eyes. Maybe you'll like humiliation, and the other girl, who were the guests of Mr. and Mis. cemetery, riis absent daughters- hfjme after a few davs' visit with ter W. young lady. May then tractive her if you don't there are others So, if fancies that she is sure always to J. R. Cass at Supper Wednesday. will probably arrive here in lime her sister, Mrs. E. L. 'Cockrell. Little Mildred Mrs. T.J. Pennington and children pathway be one of pleasure and favorite of fortune, because Mr. and Mrs L. B. Hilton of for bis funeral. be the one suit doesn't please you, we've another. and may they never rehitherto she has beeu watched over Stanford, left Thursday for an Robins has been very sick this have returned hope . after a few happiness It's a question of taste. Prices ? That lies Mrs. O. F. Watson was davs' visit with relatives at Mt. gret the step they have taken. cared for, may have an even extended pleasure trip in Arizona week. and with you. The better the clothes you buy, Maret, candidate for CounThey will visit called to Mt. Vernon, Thuisday, vot..,rtM itr0 harder lesson to master before her and California. uKor XTiVoir James clerk, was with us last tJ vVl J VIUUU ". UUWib ty court the longer they last and the better they life is over. Be ready for the turn Mrs. Ethel Hanna at Nogales, on account of the serious illeess of has returned from Berea after a week wearing the pleasant smile look while vou 're wearing them. But Hilton's sister her daughter, Mrs. Fred L Dur- visit with relatives at that place. Mr. Arizoua, of the wheel. with which he always greets evwhile in Arizona, and also visit ham. The Hon. Nat Sewell, of Mrs. S.E Pennington, of London, everyone prefers ours. They are best. ery one. The women are going to make many places of interest before London, was here Wednesday in is with relatives here this week. the fight of their pretty lives to get their return. The Agricultural the interest of his candidacy. Bill Napier, Walter" Owens and the next legislature to give them High School Fair held here last Willis Bussell was with his sister, Buck Howard are- with a bridge "KNOCKERS." the ballot. The first and most Friday was a great success. It in Mt. Vernon, who is very low ciew on'the short .'line ot the L. & "Don't be a knocker," said a important thing the next member was new in this section, never the with typhoid, and not expected to N A'few nights ago the planing youth to his friend, who was mak-in- e from Lincoln will work for, how less an interest was manifested recover. Prof. Colston, of Pulaski mill of the L'vingston Lumber complaint about general ever is going to be-- law that will which will, if pushed, be of great couuty, is teaching a large class in Company burned ; loss $700. others. enable the people of this and other value to the farmers. The prize vocal mus.catthe Christian churh. Mrs. J. H, Walton and Mrs. Lee "What do vou really mean by a' counties to get better roads. We winners were as follows: Corn, He began Wednesday evening and Reynolds have returned from the knocker?" queried the friend. believe the people of Kentucky P. E. Shival, prize given by Fox will continue for twelve evenings. Quail Section where they have "Why. a knocker is one who want and need better roads and Chemical Co,, of Louisville; wheat All the Sunday Schools in the Deen visjtmg relatives for a'few tries to knock other people's plans to consider J. VV. Moore, prize given by I. B. town are taking part and a num want days. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Rice in the head, and who has nothing this question before the woman Chesnut; apples, J. W. Moore, ber of out of town people are at were called to Brodhead, Tuesday, better to offer himself." And the suffrage or any other matter that prize given by Prof. Smith of tending, aud we hope to have every on account of the serious illness of conversation drifted on about THINK OF IT THIS TO may come before them. Interior Richmond; tomatoes, W. H. Al- one enlisted by the last of the week. George knockers in general. Mrs. Rice's father, Mr. Journal. Prof. Colston is an able instruc- Painter. bright, prize given by American The fishing party that Some people do little else but Book Company; tobacco, Murphey tor, and we know of nothing so went up the river ten day? ago ha knock. They see the imperfec Your income will never be If steak goes to a dollar a pound Whitehead, prize given by A. E. badly needed in this community returned, but we ('are unable to tions in men and things, and comgrass like Americans will not eat large enough to buy everyas jrood singing. Miss Dollie learn what success they had. All plain, Nebuchadnezzar, but hay, which Albright; pumpkins, Alfred Frith, jf thing you want and have prize given by R. H. Hamm; sweet Owens is with her sister, Mrs. Bob the information yoi'can get is thai It will be noted thai knockeps we will call beaklast food. something left to save. The potatoes, A. J. Pike, prize given Roberts, in Pine Hill, thjs week. I caught more than'' the other fel- d not get on- very farin any more yon earn, the more you by American Agricultural Uo; Mrs. P. A. Shelton and children low. Hary Orndpff. of Louisville, branch of work.' No business firm BRODHEAD. potatoes, J. W. Moore, prize are with relatives in Boston this .is visiting his mother, Mrs. J. R, wants a knocker. He vill harm Irish &pend. Mrs. Willie Russell was Orndoff, this week John R. Car- - himself, and he will ha.m the busigiven by John Robins' Drugstore week. Atty. and Mrs. E. R. Gentry, The sooner you begin to ter, ot Lebanon Jet., has been ness. People will not do business of Mt. Vernon were here Thurs- Onions. Tart Proctor, prize given in Mt. Vernon during the week. curtail expenses and save, the Agricultural here a few daj's the past week. with a knocker. Put a knocker day and Friday and took in the by W. H. Sowder. sooner you will have an inproducts on exhibition were far Agricultural High School Fair. Mr. vJarter nas heen sick tor some among a gang,of workmen, and, in FOR FLETCHER'S terest income to help meet exincluding ahead of the products en exhibitime, but we are glad 'to say he is a short time hewill sow discontent Several candidates penses. in every breast; and will subtract County Court Clerk S. F. Bow- tion at the county fairs, the reason from the working effectiveness of man, of Mt. Vernon, Hon. C. R. being, that the products are better 'M matured now than when the fairs each of his fellows. . Luker of East Bernstadt, and the BANK WITH US D, M. Cress, of the Level were held. Besides the fair were The man who does things is the Hon. attended the some great speeches made by ag man who pays no attention to Green section, Among them knockers, or the things knocked at . fair Friday, and was busy ricultural men. School were Prof. Smith, of Richmond, shaking every body's hand, and but who keeps ,at his work. He MT. VERNON, KY. will get the busines- -' and do the the next County Judge, W. H. who is doing things along the line days work, and that is what emSowder was taking advantage of of fruit growing right at our door &&" Most employers ployers want. occasion also. Dr. W. F. he has an orchard a few miles the Shelby ville from Brodhead, that he has refused see difficulties enough themselves. Carter was called to !!: n:?'t;: 'tii;r"!!? is to get things What last Friday on account of the 20,000.00 for. His lecture was .;.": ""i BAKING ' done. they want welcomes good "The Possibilities ot Fruit Grow-i- n Everyone l''ij serious illness of his brother. jtJX Rockcastle", and was enjoyed POWDER practical plans, but whiuing- - 'and Cashier and Mrs. A. M. Hiatt complaint accomplish nothing. were with Mr, and Mrs R. L. by all. Prof. Frank Montgomery H. of Berea, the Government Farm night. J. Not everyone can frara"' practi Smith Saturday ;?fii'!i::i!' and Corn Club DURABLE. SIMON PURE. HONEST. cal plans, but no man need be a Vanhook of Bumside, was here Demonstrator, ' man, made an iustructive and &&&: knocker. Onecan, at the very OUR FACTORY-TO-U1E- K between trainsSaturday shaking 9Zwm interesting talk on what the "Corn least, keep his mouth closed. with his many friends. hands PRICES Club boys" of Kentucky are doing. The citizens of the town held a one think you are ECONOMY-tha- t's WOMEN WHO GET DIZZY mass convention Monday evening "His talk was practical, and showlooking for in these days ed that he was not the so called Every women who is troubled to nominate articket to be voted uocrriHtT of hfgh living cost Calumet insures a wonder 1...?. Z ffiP&a&ft. , s .0 :o . with fainting and dizzy spells, for at the coming November eleo scientific farmer, but a man who ful saving in your baking. But it does more. BAJVtt iwuj ivuur riuma. fcScj Bbl. (25 gals.) backache, headache, weakness, It insures wholelome food.tasty food uniformly raised food. tion, which resulted in the selec- really and truly understands from Barrel lots 50 gals.) debility, constipat or or kidney fcight liters. Ttiorougbly Reliable. standpoint. Prof Calumet is made right to sell right to bake right. Ask tion of A. J. Haggard, for Police a scientific troubles should use Electric Bitone of the millions of women who use jt tor ask your grocer. , I&LIABLE ROOF PAINTS. Judge, Robert Burton for Mar- Clayton, of Ohio, who was lecture ters. They give reli f when nothBROWN sad ORIER i BLACK RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS Per OaL 40c ing else will, improve the health, ' 5 to 10 Gallons 5 to 10 Gallons shall, and W. E. Graveley, Ai E. on soil could not deliver his adWorld's Pure Food Exposition, Chicieo. DL Paris Exposition, France, March, 1912. 35c K Bbl. (25 gals.) adding strength and vigor Irom the X Bbl. (25 gals.) Albright, A. J. Pike, R. H. Hamm dress on account of time. He Ukm 5 30c Barrel lots (50 gals.).... Barrel lots (50 gals.) first lose. Mrs. Laura Gaines, of and C. H. Frith for trustees. E. was present and would have made Lead sad SILVER SEAL Mixed Avoea. La..-$aylFour doctors asd Pure linseed OU. Paint best house paints made, rksk: Pare Gnaraati Zj some fine tests of our soil had he Ton don't ut raoner wlien von Lot dun or tile can tulta wnril. Dasl stttJ. Ba Tatam! S. Albright, the Signal man, was Cost Yon 25 less, cover 25 more space. bad given me up aud my children t't more economic nwrt vtolewat xires best resells. CaJutct i far superior to sv mtik aid s4ft. last twice as long as ordinary paint. Ask for onr Special Prices to yoo. in town Monday. Prof. F, L had time. Next year we will have and all my friends were looking Slid Patets, Cement Paints, Floor Paints, Flat Paints, Shkgte Stales, Etc. one. The for me to die, when my son insisted Teuton was in Tennessee from two days instead of 1,017 Prices on Varnishes, Varnish Stains, Wagon Paints, Carriage Pa&ts, Eg The - Sunday tbat 1 use Electee Bitters. I did ressbes, Glass and General Supplies. until Thursday. Mrs. Athletics were ou as usual so, and thtv have done me a world WRITE for Free Color Cards and Useful Iaforraatida about Paints. Rosa'nna Graves returned to her Mt. Vernon and Brodhead Base of good." Just try them.- - 5oc. yonr.aeeds and we will save yon money and guarantee you satafackon. Ball Jnniors crossed bats, the homeofter spending a week with and $l.oo at all druggist or bv Bred-heaTtn?n h,er brother F. Francisco. Mrs. score resulting in favor of mail. H. E. Bucklen & Co. PhilaLOUIS 1 U. 10 to 0. The feature of the AND LEADING relativeg NEW delphia or St. Louis. BettieTharp is .visiting Incorporated. in Mt Vernon, this week. Mrs. game was the way the Brcdhead 0, A. Frith is in Livingston boys played. -k this week. Mrs. Mary Albright The Basket Ball game between Is now ready to offer you the grandest bargains eyer',of is in Middlesburg this week with Brodhead and Mt. Vernon resulted fered in any sttire: '""" relatives. She will attend the in a tie, the score being 5 and 5 Dry Goods,. Shoes onoes sale of the effects of her sister, The score was really 310 5 in favor boys The bottom has fell' out on the late Miss tflatarence Coulter. of Brodhead as one The mices is now below the Mollie Durham, of Spark's threw a goal for the visiting team, rock bottom price. Mrs. Men's these goods and thay'ranat go Quarry, spenta few days last week which gave them two points, mak- shoes going now at $1.95 to make n1,0Qm for m Jhew fall SktJ relatives and friends at this ing the score a tie. The games with line. rearular orice $2.50 , BBF wm aBBBBBBBBaM in Mt. were played in fine spirits .on both place. J. F. Watson was Groceries L carry a full line at prices far Vernon wasinMt, Vernon, Thurs- sides. Brodhead has the honor of Men's andBoy's Pants Mount Vernon Monumental L . below competition : giving the. finst Agricultural Fair . day of last week on account 6f I have a good line of them. 3cas Salmon - - for 25c. . the serious Mines' of little Austin in this section, and should feel Men's good Corduroy Pants s$1.75 for 25c 3 cans 3 lb.,krout , 'Sparks Durham. Mr. and Mrs. proud over the results. Nothing worth $2.50 3 lb. pie peaches f or,25c 3 caus 'Attea flkitt wore with Mr. and makes the citizens feel better than Boy's Pants going now at 49c of and In fact everything at rock botworth 75c. . 'VlDEALER in Marbles ana tom prices. ' Jrs. A. M. Hiatt last Frjday and to .know their county is always If you fail to visit my store you Best Patent Flour 70c per sack. Grwite Monuments of all FOUND, tbeptece to buy Spectacles JC atteaded the school fair. Mrs. pushing ahead. The Agricultural and Eyeglasse ferSland.up. Gold, Copover Second Pat- Flour 65c per sack. Brttir Hail, of Walnut Grove, Fair was a new thiug and a great certaiply will miss bargains. 3stiKiate3 furnished Silver--, asd AIimmbihb Fmubcs. Lar 85a' Corn Meal 21 lb. sack ion 45c kinds. Best Overalls - - Friday with her aunt, success. A new thing that is worth , gest sekctioB m towB. Kystj tested! on application. encourage I pay the highest market prices for Eggs' at alLjimes. MT. VBUNON t KY, Yeara-a- i Mi. J U. Ows. Mrs. Louise while,push and will have a it, and tnyoriwrmc. Free. Watch this space later on. ., L GEO. OWENS Propr. , fair of mMCe&Di6", spent a few after a time1' we werBakrs 3toa which-yowill feel justly proud. Pbea40-S- . ttyg with Mr. ad Mrs. J. E. JKWELEILJLW&ideraCIAX, ot the weak. Miss Prof. Smith planted dynamite id ox r .' I -- ' uiuchjmproved at present. -- Guo. Durham, ot Lebanon Jcl., makes n,s regular weekly visits to our town, but strange to say it is ai ways on Sunday We believe there will be another wedding to write up soon. Mrs. John S. "Cooper, of - WRJrt V F- - -- "& uj. in"-the- THEY PREFER OURS No Wonder, Simple as 1 to-da- y I a ! d, C. Ours Cost Less Ours Wear Better They Have More Style - " I A'-- 1 - E. L. COCKRELL LIVINGSTON, KY. a their-legislatur- e 1 - " I Children Ory CASTOR! A Costs Better CALUMET Bakes PEOPLES BANK 1 .. SILVER SEALPAINTS Save You 50 STOP! L00K1 LISTEN! SMEMSK"" . -- -- s: -- ANNOUNCEMEN PINE HILL'S UP-TO-DAT- T TO-PA- Y d E irwiiTtTrirvnATnwT .I'll QClllUVAl STORE , lillll nt 5w.ut SJ9 of-o- ur -- mm wm mt . ' Manufacturers FOUNP! 1bsbW5e rfirwV v.' X. - EH C Dtntist Wal-toflKir- st u W. L. Overbay, p.AIll Ji C.MOORE FroB.-fcR.ooB- !&&& HMBanMMMMMMWMW Mfrjafy.ni m awa .ll.ffami.ll . -- "?. 'av.t iHE)'mnn& "1 ! H KTp':; u VA&JBh TSSSStT-'".k- - f" '75BC .T. v T?" - '" ' ' , j UsUafaAH MtfLi ,v;',k- -- jist : .J. it$umtm - - V, ,TrT. ItfTttEfiNON 'SIGNAL ' " oi F. L. Durham bought a lot on corner of Richmond St. , and E90TELB0QNE n . JgV rv M.Vern on, KY.,0cta7 , 1913 Lovell'sLane. Mr. Durham will buijd in the spring. vxp 'No. 79 wnen Wrap your bundles well, other-- i Mt Vernon's Ncv and ModTvan to Com muni -wise you cam ot send them thru cate with SIGNAL ern H o s tve r ly Named ' mail by Parcels-post- . ' for the Great FrontPostmaster Cleo vV. Brown has iersman and been notified tl at patrons of nfie -Highway. fkffinti nrhn CAtiil morrVin1ico nfsill ' sorts by Parcels Post often do not comply with the legulations in re-- : In honor of the "proposed give quality in each and every Suit and Overcoat we sell .Louisvillc & Nashville R, R. Co. gard to proper wrapping "of National Highway to connect the TIME TABLE. others bundles sent thru the mail.' 'She North aud boutheasi thru tbe course therefs more quality in some garments 4.59 p m has been notified to refuse to Cumberland mountains, . J. W. 22 norm.... how low you go depending on the price no m bundles not properly wrapped.' Rider who is. erectinga commodious i2i north.. 353 a ' 23 south 11:38 am Commercial Club. The club stone and brick structure fort the quality ITHISt be here, you'll always find satisfaction Ui South 12:19 am at its meetiug Tuesday night com- accommodation of the traveling Jas. Landrum, Agent. pleted all arrangements for send-- " public, .has very appropriately here and is ing James Maret, as a delegate to named his establishment "Hotel No. 8. Phone This hotel will the meeting of the Southern Ap- Boone Way." By You Enured at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice palachian Good Roads Association prove one of our greatest enterv mail matter. as stcond-cias- s at Ashville, N. C, on Oct. 22 oi prises and conveniences. 1 Boone Way. This associatian i.n PERSONAL TWO BIG DAYS eludes members from many Edward'-Cohas been Southern States, including Master : very sick for past week. m ROCKCASTLE Virginia. Mr. Maret . Mrs. T. J. Pennington visited bears a commission from "Govt ryr McCrearv, as a delegate from. oui relatives here during the week. CLOTttflSsS VfftttfWcr .ve-t.gmnw Miss Lida Cook is visitiug her state. Everybody to Attack the ' grand parents, Judge and Mrs. J. Roads with picki and Road Working. Merchants, B. Lair. lawyers; teachers, brick layers shovels. Mrs. J. 0. West is with her carpenters, in 'act all professions Qualifications necessary to entitle" we read in some of the hot air Hugh Miller sold to Jess Live- - To the Voters of Rockcastle parents, Atty. and Mrs. C, C. and trades will line up for street cards this summer. Rockcastle will be a veritable me to hold the office of say a large pedigred Duroc Jersey . County Irrespective of Party: . Williams. and road working here on 24tjtand believer of industry on Friday and To vary from the law I did not Trusting you will consider this sow, price $40.00. We see where Lay aside party prejudices and Mrs. Weber has been with her 25th. C, C. Williams will wield Saturday October 24th and 25th feel justified, as I believe in abid- statement and I leave this case Mr. Livesay is right by buying let's reason together as neighbors daughter, Mrs. S. D. Lewis for the pick while E. S. Albright fol- when its citizens gather on the ing by our laws, even if we feel with you to decide Thanking all thorough bred stock. It pays. aud friends. several days. lows, handling the shovel. Jonas highways w.ith picks, shovels, them partisan at'times. for what you have and are doing No doubt that each of you are Barksdale Hamlett, State School Miss Muriel Rogers of New McKenzie will do duty between hammers, and drills, wagons You will call back to issue in forme in my race,5and asking each Superintendent, says he will issue aware of the fact that lama canYork arrived yesterday for a visit the bandies of a whelbarrow haul- teams for putting in two days the London Sentinel, dated July and every voter to vote for the a bulletin asking that schools dis- didate for the important office of Grant Baker work upon the roads. This in 24th 1913. where Mr. C. R. Luker men with grit enough to stand for miss on Oct. 24, so to Mrs. J."W. Brown. ing the dirt away. the pupils may County Judge. The time is near will probably be made water boy. compliance to the Governoi's y)t East Bernstadl), Ky, made the the issues that may come before Everett Mullins is spending the when you will have the opportuntake part in road' work. week with relatives and friends in Jones Fish will be lined up with proclamation requesting all able following statement in regard to them, and when elected, we will Henry Sutton, who moved to ity to say who shall serve" you for a slash hammer with Arch Fur bodied males in the various coun- his 'political affiliation, which I see results, which we all are lookParis and Lexington . Iowa four years since, is back on the next four years. Tpromise. if Misses Francis and Bess Sparks nish as a "buddy" carrying arpund; ties to put in two days work on am sure he was crampt in his po- ing for, and will receive when you will elect me, to faithfully perAdv a visit to county relatives. are in Louisville and will visit in a napping hammer with which, he the highways of their respective litical conscience, that he was not voting is done right. form my duties. I was Born and will average at least three strokes, Counties. There has been an al- -' easy at mind until he made an Your humble servant, Lost QR StiuvEd:- - Four head raised in Rockcastle county on a Indiana before returning. to the minute. "Mike" will put most unanimous agreement to open confession ,to the public, THEO. S. MORY. of one and two year old cattle. farm. Mrs. C C. Williams is suffering I have plowed the hill sides "bew-:ma--to see They are branded with hole in left and .tjiccall.tthrnout the 'state to com whichrreadslike this in the fourth fromvery-painfu- l bumot serious on the saw briar fields, made Qrarjed High School Notes. ear and strayed from the Stewart turns out to work the 'roads. J. ply,; County Engineer Marler has and fifth chyuse. cross ties, tamped stone' on the injury caused by a fall. W. Brown will be on hands wifch issued fifteen hundred circulars to farm. A liberal reward will be It Is true I always was a great Mr. Ward, the shoe mender has his walicmg cane pointing, ogt, our The attendance for the school paid for their return or any in- rail road, taught school for thirteen people on the subject and has admirer of Roosevelt, but when years and have been in the mercan bought property in Somerset and holes in the road to be tiled and also appointed superintendents or he left the party, 1 did not make this week, has been about 285. formation leading to theirrecovery. tile business for about twelve family there. will move his should be .overseers to look after getting the any more fight for him, and when The attendance is inoreusing rap places where ditches J. H. WOLF, years. I have worked the county Walter Miller has returned fiom made. E. R. Gentry will work in citizens out and to lead in the I went to. v'oJkgI did not leave idly and we are trying hard to Oct i7,-3- t Wildie, Ky. the roads and know the need of thm. Oklahoma, where he bought a farm the drill gang and keep an ey e work. The many replies the enr party for hia, I voted under pass the 300 mark. So, I feel, my friends, that li)b$CvWr and will go there to locate, A MARVELOUS ESCAPE We had a good talk on Franklin, weatherward for candidate Lee. gineer has received indicates that the Log Cabin and for the electors something at least of the interests Mrs J. W. Caswell, of Louisville Will H. F.sh will probably be ex . there will be a large turnout and of Roosevelt thus supporting by Bro. VanWinkle Monday "My little boy had a marvelous escape," writes P. F. Bastiams of of the people of my county, and it was the guest last week of her cused on a well founded if not a much good will be accomplished. every nominee of the Republican Morning, is to your interest that I shajl give-mThe teachers association which Prince Albert, Cape of Good legal excuse. Sutton & McBee of uncle R. A. Welch and family. The Mt. Vernon Commeicial party other then Taft. Now I time and attention if you will Hope. "It occured in the middle up the matter at' its trust that this is a satisfactory was held at Cove, was very inter- of the night. He got a very se elect me. I am I. Snodgrass, who has been m the emporium, will not dodgeth.e. Club-tooin lavor of a re-- .meeting and explanation tmd;know thattliis esting. Prof. Irvine, Mrs, Fish-back- vere attack of croup. As luck duction in salaries and economy the county for tbe past two weeks, issue. .Felix Bowman, will getju. Tuesdayi-'Jiight's and Miss McFerron gave would, have it, I had a large bottle has returned to bis home in Colo. a good dgy.s. work as Well as scur- pledged itself 'and allnjember to is a' true one. Iearhestly" piead good talks on Domestic Science of Chamberlain's Congh Remedy iu financial affairs. I sympathize-especiallever the ground to ascertain not oniy report-iorauton Z4tn with you a just consideration arid Mrs. Virginia Flamiagan f)f rying with the man, who like of him old man and '25th, nd work from 8 a. m. tnist that you will conscientiously and social needs, also Joan D. in the housh. After following the how far ahead Bosworth, Missouri, is visiting her directions for an hour and twenty myself earns, his bread by the sester, W ts. Rosa Beazley at tpis Maret is in the Clerk's race.. to pp. m. but would visit their vote for the man. that can best Henderson delivered a splendid minutes he was through all sweat of his brow, and I shall Railroad agent Landrum will re- neighbor, and- friends before represent your interest and can oration. danger." Sold by all dealers. place. strive to have some of his burdens for duty at 1: p. m. dajly, those dales and prevail upon them poll the greatest number of ReOn Friday, October ip.th, the move to Illi- port Hugh Miller will Wad,e lighter. I earnestly solicit RESOLUTIONS "Fritz mitde boys" will be there. iio be on hands also- association was publican voles in November. parents-tpacher- a nois, to make his home as soon your support, regardless pasty Organized with the following offi Police Judge Griffin's presence to . It has been suggested that ah Sjgne.4, C. R. Ljuker. Dudley Lodge No. 770 . & ajE.Ua.uons and if electedof as he can get his business affairs ConsjyV command the peace will deter, people make .their purchases from My G.qd, does Mr. Luker think cers: Mrs. Fishback, Pres.; Mrs. A. M. Oct, 13th, 1913. arranged, Judge, which I believe I trill fec the boys from overworking them- tl)e stores during the week before that the; fair minded citizens and Nicley, V. P.; Mrs. Franklin, Sec'yl The supreme Architect of the no man shall ever truthJ. H. Vauhook, a former Roek-castj- selves. Gloves wil be af a pre- Friday as 'it is the merchants voters pf this grand district will and: Treas. The subject of Universe in his infinite wisdom fully say that I have-onand a prince of gentlecitizen spark of W3S discused, by those mium both days. to be in the road' gang swallpw a .came and al the rotten has again sent death into our midst prejudice politically or religiously men, stts here a few hours last "I'll be deuced" Fredricks will. yielding pick and shovel or "doing"' dopjqcause his hameis. Luker? present. It is noped that the and called our beloved brother I. and, Saturday, I will be fouticl 'ready5 ai a3l be at work on his road near home: some part bf the vtfo'i'k." ' ' For" we all parents will attend the se monthly B. Reames, from labor to refresh- times to ."Nothey'wqn't". lend a helping hand Dr. F. L Cheek, of Danville Monk Taylor will be "hunting.'' The unanimity of the favorable know- - tnac ne was a progressive meetings that the work of the ment to that Celestial City where interest-tathat will beof'tne preached a very able and tools both days. response of the peqple to the asj fall and urn) last spring, pupils apd teachers may prove all good masons expects some dav greatest good tathe greatest numat tbe Presbyterian discourse Old Cull will hike to the woods Governors request indicates there when he ask advice"' of a great effective. to have their names enrolled. He ber of people. With best wishes church Sunday night.. and hide out till the work is over,. will be lots of dirt flying on the many citizens, what they thought departed this hf,e Oct 3rd,. 19i3- to all; ? . Looks Like a Winner. I. A. Bowman may soon be a uncle Fritz, Tom aud George will above dates. about him running for School He was a faithful worker, a good your friend, lam We furnish "amusement"- for the citizen of Rockcastle again. Reports from the legislative Let old Rockcastle be up to the Superintendent onthe grand' old citizen, a loving husband aud a WVH. SOWDER. - workers. Frajk-liwill certainly welcome this splenWatch, inspector of Laurel and Rock- kind father. He leaves behind a front in this good work. Bull Moose tickeb,";W.hich he dedid man as one of our number. will be "time keeper." Robt. castle counties indicate that Nkt The people in Kentucky will cided to do, and was caused to B. Sewell, the Democratic nomi-nee- wife and fivechildren. Be it re- A GENTLE AND EFFECTIVE d Mr.-anMrs. W. H Fish, have Cox witf work in the gang en solved; That the members of this vote in November this, year upon change his mind by adyise of a LAXATIVE ' has his two opponents, Pro- Lodge are deeply grieved by the returned from their bridal trip and south end Main S., near Elmwood a few who had their own interest at A mild, gentle and effective laxPoynter. the constitutional amendment giving heart, so my frieud. Mr. Wm. will go to housekeeping in the cemetery. Luker gressive and Republican, on the death of Bro. Reams, and extend warmest amotig road bq.osi.ers will the Legislature the right to classify announced for the office of Rep run and will come under the wire their sympatny to his family and ative is what people demand when Main. Adams residence on West prdp-rtsuffering from constipation. Thousfor taxation, and also to jas.'Maret, the great "Boone command the South St. gang and determine what resentative on the' Bepublican Nov. 4 an easy winner and with friends who mourn their loss. ands swear by Dr. King's New prqperty shall be ticket, which nomination he re- speed to spare. We have known advocate will go to Ashville push the work. Judge" Bethu rum subject to local taxation Hands around, ye royal Cratts-me- Life Pills. Way' Hvgh Tallman. tof State in" that bright, fraternal San. Autonio,. Tex. writes: 'Tfi'lv N. C. on Oct. 22, to attend the has purchased a heavy pair of and local bonds of Kentucky are ceived in August" primary. It Nat for a good many years, and if M. J. Miller is sharpenwouo1 have looked nice for Mr. he is elected, as now seems certain chain: We part upon the Square are, beyond question, the best good r lads meeting in the interest gloves. The amendment pUls mv wife and I have ever Fred, Durham to be. exempt. ing 'up a shovel. he will place the aistrict on the ,of Boone Way. provides, however, that any laws LukerVto have proven to the citi- map so that all of Kentucky will be low to meet in Heaven again j taken.' They neverc'anse pain. will be one of the workers. Willis zens e his qualifications as Each tie that has been, broken here Price 25c at druggists?, Mrs. Jaha Hurd was in Louis or by mart McKenzie has put fn a bid to run passed bv the Legislature pursu- a public.man, as well his ability, know where it is and what it is. shali be concreted ikee, .and none H. E. Bucklen & Co. Philadelphia ville last week to see her children He is a regular steam engine of ant to this amendment priopo iqi7 bfe steam popcorn and p'eanut mawhen he held down the important energy, a tireless worker, edu- be lost around the throne who or St. Louis. which are in the orphans home, chine op and down the streets and, m"us. be submitted ,to tbe . people office as G.O P. Republican Chair cated and cultured and, knows the parked, oh tho Square, She says they are getting along roads on th'ese road workifig days. for approval, and after that date man from his district, .which he mountain people like a book and. Be it Resolved; That a copy of jiicely and are well satisfied. $ B. Browty thd liveryrnansays he may be.subject to a referendum so ably attended, once that I know loves them, and will labor, er-l- these resolutions be spread upon Aliss .Linda,. Neville, secretary can haul al the dirt that ty. L either bya jpetitioDuof 5 per cejnt. and late fqr their betterment. f Kentucky society is for Preven- - Richards, Joe Noe, S. D. Lewis, of the yptgraor by ".legislate ap? of, they secured hipresence very Tlie voters of that distriot, irre- tho minutes of our Lodge and- a UKDERTAKER and EMBALMjER expected to inM Blindness, fieri. Another amendment to be, near to the door of the assembly spective of party affiliations, will copy of them be sent to the ' H&, Vernon a visit to dav or S. T. Proctor and John Claunch; room, when they called the- - roll, do well to see that his election is family. lorror. wuue net e sue win oe will dig. H. C. .Gentry J6,ready to voted upon is that 'of ".authorizing and he did manage jo say in a made sure. Somerset Journal. B. Anderson, guest of Miss McCord. sharpen tools whenduliedi Major the workingof convicts upon pub- week voice !C. Laswell, "Here'and then s'cid-oo- Msuntain Echo Reluses To ty m Z. T. Hansel says when Jt;cpmes lic highways. Print True G. Ball. ' LOCAL Why did yon' not attend hauling he is no slouch and can to To the voters of Laurel and thosa meetings, a man that can't Political Gospel. deliver the goods; Wm. Mullins.the Rockcastle counties: Dead afford to represent his small vot- Advertisement, McKenzie bought of W. J. clothes presses ditCo''Sandy" Friends. I baVe tO... take FOR FLETCHER'S this ino nron'mtu. fn iV..; Ut i in airt The ur uh mr. j ama j a large tract of land near jBk.er owners of the above mensays.tieis jet 'able towork method of .managing,- hiy cam- of his"couptrj',what canjwe expect funnel, tf a goocLprice. tioned paper are so determined to Jttie,. Doctors; ;DaY"is,;Ctiesriut paign as about trail my time is when a question comes-u- p in the defeat the regular G.O. P. ticket .Loyeli asT LasweliV jMl attend taken lipj and T.ir.usC 'that yon bouse Representatives, where the this fall that they absolutely dedis- will:cbdBarfiUir rst ,of all I room is packed with peopled J eaOed ".s and prescribe fw hasick-ari- d SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION.' j$gT clined any political issue inserted abled .memJMjrt oXfre .W&k) Pr0' wilf califur tehtioh'; tje reason law-yer- s A thousand Philadelphia. in their columns. I understand vided tfot more. tbanbAl.fali by .jjaotbar'vpf. can't change, ,; the minds, of that the daddy; of the child has wayside. R. A. 'SpafckV will I voted'saiditicketasttYaiLat the ' the people between now and the .been located, but so far no recon-ciliatib- n Alice Tate the culverts if hr.eturus regjjftt election just likeVj4r. 0. i clear the election, in regard to your votat Crab Orchard to has taken place. i " tfpcordfng to rom Tennessee jn. rime.1 ' ; rW.. J. R. Idaliep di4rah rn next issue. always carry in my bosom a ing, accordingio-ypurvow.sta'je- I Sparks will pbabjy bfasijgued oF. Kentucky r,im.ary ..glton f lfieR?i $ wa tfae BUU'Mfioge tfekt very warm feeling for au orphan JW. Betlmrum and j0 the position orassmnt-- ' las,"I ws iinder the dfreetioqs. and thpn ypu sLupportid MrPow. child or one horjoliticallv deJ. W Mar-- , bA -A. of said law ;to comply with thg' tochlei ' " grs a pty j. district candidate. 1 ',; rutn Jjov. McUrearyt prived of callwgiitu. pappy. oeniry ana ''' LBW- - clause of tbe" first Apage of tho nVtfwill gladly comply ox' Reund Haum! sk biMJh and fevery voter of Tbo. S. MORY. Trip Trip ominationr,Petition,whJQhi5ead mi uuc n8wu jatnauon ana us cui - j jcuc wm thia ajstrictto lake this for what lib Oct 24th and 25th broken down in this --toad work. like this: Fnm a, merhber of the k?ow that I THEY MAKE YOU FEEL GOOD ftng. '.Tby iave also t w. Rider will assist the concrete political party, and affiliated with itls The pldasant purgative effect m.ake any SPECIAL TRAIN lE ka?d, ?.uPP?fi its nominees doniptlto amd- -l statement produced by Chamberlain?s O V. that isotrue, sin anxious II lAtA'1! au mo ot icguwt eiecuon, ana rw .n t.ire' Vt vj, xwis, wm the .healthy condition, of to s ffp,lectdr. that" wilh fill .body and mind which years, o'fage. nd ""it . . ffPy "&&- -. I am create w throremea tu jpprk with his Stirring aPl our oip W")1 splendid results make one feel iovful. they a1 hv For ASK TICKET JPCffRTl'CLrLftS- - c mr possess all t'-- ofhfr legal and " i- T ,' , m. mLz in their eye's as jail dealers. irwitli I i IK ... 79 79 . A gQ0Cl business man than quality" is the knows very well that We aim to best thing in every business. but matter Of ae-ce- pt The it "We Stand What Buy." x Ken-tucky-a- r,. CLOTHES THE HOME OF GOOD -- cajiJKl&i!JJJ his-spec- s- -- ny y -- -- "' y - e be-abW- to e g - n e, n, -- at-hom- J. C: MeGLARY - be-riev- ed 1 d. AIMI A -- j i a - - -- Children Cry CASTO R IA JPV&VJVHl Stanford Ky m Mes-nffiHx- ad CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, OCT. 26th ; W&t&r-JJngjne- er SI .50 -- WSSzTS : ,!. i - ffws i '- icu r "W'.P -- Tab-lfcts.a- nd Ail kvs vuraviiwra J ,. trs . 11 s Al 1. iiii V vii f o:aaniv ' mm . - .. f n- - . .iprr,vs . -j 1 M sfl V ly.t- - J v- -. ffo You Feel Chilly OR ? ' FeVerish and Ache all Over fi.olden Medical fliscovtery Itaftore activity to the liver and to the circulation the blood is fJFarlfedtEe digestion and appetite improved and the whole body xeeht the invigorating forco of this extract of native medicinal plants. In consequence, the heart, brain and nerves feel the refreshing influence. For over 40 years this reliable remedy has beeif SOU in liquid form by all medicine dealers. It can now also b obtained in. tablet form in $1.00 and 60c boxes. If your druggist stamps to R. V.Pierce, M.O. Buffalo. doeen't keep it, send 50 The Common Sense Medical Adviser a book of one-cent f Peel worn out blue and tired ? Don't let your cold develop into bronchitis, pneumonia or catarrh. The reliable alter-stir- e and tonic which has proven its value in the past 40 years is ? BR. PIERCE'S 1008 pages answers all medical questions. stamps to R. V. Pierce, 31. D. Send 31c in one-cent 11PMH ITfflPJl I Here are several reasons why" I trade at C. C Davis' Drug Store: BECAUSE Qnality considered, his price can't be beaten. BECAUSE There are no delays; customers receive prompt attention. BECAUSE-Thin- gs we get at Chas. C. Davjs' Store are all right. BECAUSE-Thin- gs 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 placets the rich man's. BECAUSE There are no leaks from his store ; every deal is strictly confidential . BECAUSE Chas. C. Davis is never grouchy if you don't buy. Mrs. Alfred several years. Reames and children spent SunBoreing and day with Mrs'. Clara. Carmical Miss Bertha brother Bastil, are with relatives ' Rev. James. Barnes filled his reguaPPoint-menat Skaggs Creek, at Wildie this week Arthur lar Saturday and. Sunday. James Baker who has had typhoid fever is able to be out again. Charlie Winstoad, the nominee for jailer, Riddle of East Bernstadt, was passed through this part last with his brother J. W. Riddle, week with a large mutton which Thursday and Friday. Grover he intended, taking to the leach-rrassociation at Level Green. Johnson has moved to the properfellow and ty of J. W. Ridd'e recently vaca- Jim is a we feel sure that he will make a ted by Monroe Singleton. Mr. Miss Sibyl Bethur-uand Mrs. Arthur Daily ana. Miss good officer will tnter school at Mt. Ver Mary Langford of Mt Vernon non in a few days. Rev. Carmical spent Sunday with their uncle, D. ry interesting serB. Langford and family -- Mrs preached mon at Mt Pisgah, Sunday night. James BuIIock and daughter Miss I Married, at the home of Rev. Helen, were in Mt Vernon, shopCarmical, Monday afternoon, Octoping Monday. Miss Mattie Riddle who has bad typhoid fever, is ber 12th. Mr. James Calhoun improving. Mit Proctor and to Miss Laura Stephens. Miss sisters Delia and Amy visited Mr Stepheus is the tldest daughter and Mrs. James Riddle Sunday of Mr. Frank Stephens, of this Mr. Calhoun is very lucky Mrs, Henry Smith and daugh place ters Misses Cassieand Lina visited in winning Miss Stephens for a helpmate, and we extend to this Mrs Grover Johnson Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Shepherd voung couple our best wishes. spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs Rimer Burk. of this place, has moved to Mt Vernon. Mrs.Carter Tohn Baker, on Crooked creek -Micafah, of Plato, Mrs. Grover Johnson spent Fri- Debord and son, day with her parents, Mr and spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. Bright Mullins at Pine Hill Mrs. Debord's brother, Micajah Misses Dovie and Thelma Mul-:in- s Sowder at this place. Mrs. Robvisited Miss Edith Adams ert Harmon and Mrs. Harrison! Sunday. Mrs. C. (J. Owens was Pitman attended church at Mt. Pisgab, Thursday. Hattie and with her daughter, Mrs. Charlie the two eldest children of Homer, McHargueat Pine last week. (Jharjes armjcal are on the sick Mrs. Mollie Smith of Mt. Vernon, COVE t s' big-hearted m "a-ve-- Arizona-Kentack- y Club . Organized By Kentucidans in Tucsen, Ariz. a At an organization meeting held last' Friday in Tucson, Arizona, twenty-fiv- e former Kentuckians Arizona-Kentuck- y CASTORIA For Infants and Children. formally organized the Society, the object of Miich will be to bring Kentuckians closer together in both social and business ways, and to render such assistance as may be needed by Kentuckians who come to this section of the country as strangers. It is the intention of the Society to rent a building with a convenient location near the central part of the city and maintain club rooms which will be open at all times The Society will also main tain an information bureau through which Kentuckians at home may be able to get information concerning friends and relatives in Arizona, or, those who intend locating here on account of their health may get through the Society correct information concerning con ditions in Arizona. All inquiries of whatever nature should be addressed to the Society at Tucson, Arizona, for the preesnt, as there are no branches in the other cities but it is expected to have brancht s in seVeral ofthelarger towns with in the next few months. Officers were elected as follows: Mrs J, C. Wheat, of Crab Orch ard, Ky., President: Mr. J. B Brown, of Mt. Vernon, Ky., Vice-PresMr. A. W. Roshe. of Louisville, Kv., Secretary; Miss Stella Roof, of Paducah, Ky., Treas. A writCons itution and ten y a committee composed ot A". W. Roshe, Chairman, and H F. Parrish of Louisville, Ky., was adopted and will govern the workings of the Society. A. w. Rosh. By-Law- The Kind You Have Always Bought ALCOHOL 3 PER rekt a ANegfjIaWePrcparanonfbrAs-sjmilaifn$tIrcFooiantIRegu!- ImgUieStomaateaMBcwelsof Bears the Signature of M qY m PromofesDigesfionJCkeifur ncss and Res (.Contains neither AV In saw OpiunuMorphuie nor Mineral. ttl f Not Narcotic. MxMcSjSs-jtmeSttd r, ., WxstSttiCtonfcd fr, as, - <tma?'brxi Anerfect Remedv for Consto Hon , Sour Stomach.Dlarrim Jtor . Use For Over apSS ;5Sfl,E "VVorras.Convulsiansjevensir njess antlLoss or Sleep. of 30'H TacSinuL; SiSnature raa ' i P'JnOIr it." w. The Centauu CompatcT, NEW YOKK. Thirty Years e. Try Him. Phon J3S. visited Mr. and Mrs A. L. Adams Mr. Eramit Mullins and Sunday Ernest Cummins of Mullins Stat ion were at this place Sunday. Misses Onie Silvers and Edith Adams visited Miss Winnie school at New Chestnut Ridge Friday afternoon. Fa-lin'- s list. William Miceley bought a milch cow from Detroit Cummins for thirty five dollars. mt mm .; fiBPAOTnDIA unu i umn ni Exact Copy of Wrapper. 2''r tojg THC eoMPY- - Blw THE FAMILY COUGH MEDICINE s, i A Check on The Mt. Vernon Bank When it comes back to you it is an indisputable receipt for your money ' Payment by check is a check on spending, too. You s a check on your payments. 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 3Tourself. DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CORED jy local applications, as thev can not reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deafness, and that is by constitutional remedies, Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the raucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is en tirely closed. Deafness is the result, and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases of ten are caused by Catarrh, which is nothing but an inflammed condition of the mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dol- larsfor any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be bured by Halls Catarrh Cure. Send tor circulars, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio Sold by Druggist, 75c. Take Halls Family Pills for constipation. In erery"home there should be bottle of Dr King's New Discovery, ready for immediate use when any member of the family contrats. a cold or s cough. Prompt use will stop the spread of sickness. S. A.Stld, of Mason, Mich., writes: "My whole family depends upon Dr. King's New Discover as the best cough and cold medicine in the world Two 50c bottles cured me of pneumonia.'" Thousands of other families have been equally benfitted and depend entirely upon Dr. King s New Discovery to enre their coughs, colds, throat and lung troubles Every dose helps. Price, 5oc and H. E All druggists $1 00. Bucklen & Co. Philadelphia or St. Louis. a piinnimiiiinminnimmmmn! miiBUiwiiiminnnuui ftx. WIRKDN DjISKET CD. PRACTICAL I UNDERTAKERS CHRONIC DYSPEPSIA The following unsolicited testi FUNERAL DIRECTORS, monial should certainly be suf AND ficient to give hope and courage t EMBALM ERS ZZ persons afflicted with chronic Mt. Vernon, Ky. dyspepsia: "I hivebeen a chronic dyspeptic for years, and of all the medicine I have taken, Chamber Iain's Tablets have done me more 2 good than anything else," says W. Licened Embalmor will have charge of that line of 5" G- - Mattison, No. 7 Sherraon St., S work for the company. Hornellsville, N. Y. For sale by 5 all dealers. ST Orders by wire promptly filled. Hearse sent to all points MAIDEN RIDGE NURSERY Manager Located at Conway, Rockcastle county. Save half your money grr Office Mt, Vernon Monumental Building PHONE 112 by ordering direct from trie nursery. I haveafine line of all iiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiuimiuiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuaiiiuiuiii kinds of nursery stock at very Pure stock, reasonable prices. true to name aud adapted to your pricelist or county. Send come to nursery. g COUCH METALIC CASKETS Coffins and Robes. 2 g 3 GEORGE OWENS, G. D. Oct. lo-4t. Smith, Richmond, Ky mad j3yf: SADDLES rup-leath- ers HOPEWELL Mrs. Bettie Ann Kirby is visiting her daughter, Mrs. George Born, Carpenter, at Pineville. September 20th, to the wie of Mr. Micajah Sowder, a boy. Mr. and Mrs John Niceley spent Saturday and Sunday with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kirby. Wm. Kirby spent seyeral days with his father, Billy Kirby, last week. Mrs. James Niceley visited Mrs. Clara Carmical. Saturday. Wm. Barnes has a very There was a pro: sick child tracted meeting begun at Mt. Pisgah on last Saturday, conducted by Revs. Clouse ane Moberly. Mrs. J. J. Lewis, of Houston, Texas, is visiting Mrs Charles Bethurum. The farmers in this section are quite busy saving fodder and making molasses. Mrs. Mattie Cox gave a singing for the young folks last Saturday night. Jn a skirmish between Charlie Southards, on one side, and GeorgeX)enney ,on theother, some few days ago, SOuthards shot and killed Deuney. Both wdre mar-rih- d men Mrs. Denney has the sympathy of the entire community. She is a cousin" of the writer, was formerly Miss Rebecca Brownr4 She is left a young widow with five small children to support, but while that is the case sne is a christian woman and we feel Sure she will get alongU right. The teachers in tbis'j&who attended the Teachers' Association at Level Green, report a nice time, and we don't wonder why they did, for if Level Greenitfoiity a small village there are lot&pfcSod people residing thefe.- - Mfess'abelle Ping, the place, accompanied teacher by Mrs. Eugene Stokes, attended church at Mt. Pleasant, Saturday and Sunday, and a'lsovjsited Miss Pings' mother, Mrs. Mary P ng, v at Walnut Grove. Miss Ping hejr grandmother, Mrs. Clara at-thi- s re-por- ts CINCINNATI Corn vhite MARKETS TH ;BAiK OP MT. VERNON MT. VERNON, KENTUCKY, Jo. W. L. RICHARDS, President. A. B. FURNISH, Cashier. fir IJlllMy UHD55TAKBB Our line of Couch Caskets is unexcelled 45q. mixed 71c, o. 4 mixed 7071c, white ear 73 c, yellow ear 7376c. mixed 7375c. Hay No. 1 timothy $20.5021. .tandard timothy $20, No. 2 timoth ;1819, No. 3 timothy ?16.7517, No I clover mixed $1717.50, No. 2 clovei mixed ?15.5016. No. 1 clover $13.50 4, No. 2 clover $11.5012. Oats No. 2 white 44c, standard 43 1 344jj, No. 3 white No. 4 tfhite .42c, No. 2 mixed 43c, No. 3 No. 4 mixed 41 & No. No. 2 white 7273c, No. 3 7272c. No. 4 white 70 2c, No. 2 yellow 7272c. No. 3 7172c, No. 4 yellow 7071c, 2 mixed 3 yel-o- Padded, Sewed and new Stirrps and Stir--' at a reasonable price 72c, Mens Saddles, new, $4,00 and up Ladies' Saddles, new, $500 and up Old Main Street back of Court House. I W T. DAVIS xdfexR S 4243c, $33&s$ye$&d uiZ-4243- c, LADIES' New Fall Suits Tke New Fall Suits are here and tkey are beauties. PoituVy Hens, heavy, 14c; hens, igbt, i2c; "springers, large, 13c; springers, small, 1516c; turkeys. young, 8 lbs and over, 18c; turkeys, JafgSe'No. "Wtmt No. 4 2 red 959Cc, No. red 80Sc. 3 red : 2 2 Hmd'inade Coffinsfiirnished Hearse sent to all'parts of he County m fir All "Phone orders by Wi re Promptly Filled .r 1 aid let us shw yen tkat we cai save yeu $2 te Cmi $5 in Eggs Prime firsts 2627c, firsts 25c, ordinary firsts 32c. seconds 17c Cattle Shippers $77.75, extn $7.858; butcher steers, extra $7.50 .75, good to choice $6.257.25, common to fair $4.50 6; heifers, extn old, 18c. W COX,: sr yeur new suit. 6.75 7, good to choice $5.75 6.50, common to fair $4.505.50; cows, extra $66.25, good to choice $5,256 5.75, common to fair $3.255; canners, J J J j? J J J Saved GirFs Life "I want to tell you what wonderful benefit I have re- ceived from the use of Thedford's writes Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. "It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds, liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe Black-Draug- ht saved my little girl's life. When she had the measles they went in on her, but one good dose of Thedford's Black-Draug- ht made them break out, and she lias had nc more trouble. I shall never be without Black-Draught," US Oiiiws MT. VEENON, KY "tf Tei dallars will wmI suit kere. ky ar ped all- - BBFJBJBBS Otkerc at $12.50 and more jtags pers Bulls Bologna ,$5.25 6, extra $6.10 Qi.2S, fat bulls $66.25. Calves Extra $10.25, fair to good 710, common and large $4.509.50. Hogs Selected heavy $8.658.75. .;ood to chpice packers and butchers $8.708.75, mixed packers $8.608.70. $34.25. THEDFORD'S deNAS McKENZIE SEL , common $4.257.25, extra to choice L S fcj J y. 'Srelz me THE Shoes THE STYLE.STORC "ROYAL BLUE" ilRyda need a good pafrpf shoes it isitajoiif interest to exapiine T v Slfe fine before ybubuy .. Eczema Ointment heal eczema, for Infants and Children. rashes, ringworm, tetter and other eruptions. Ecema Til KM Yh Haft Alwys,BHtt unsightly jpeboijd's, bealth better, .' Mrs. De Ointment; is a doctor 's'orescription, Bears the not'an experiment. All druggists bord 4Q4$jFy oW lady, and has or bv mail, soc. Pfeiffer Chenn Signature of growing feeble for Cal Co., Philadelphia andSt.Lottis. J gradually' the skin, clear it of all impurities stops itching instanrtly. Dr. to Speedily rying 42 persons rescued from the burned steamer Volturno. emerged 0" from the thick fog hanging around the coast.- Half an hour later a group' of EOZEMA AND ITCHING motherless children, in charge of parJ''OURrLD ents of lost babes, walked slowly down the gang plank, only to be hurried The soothing, healing medica- away and placed on trains for Amster tion in Dr. Hpbson's Eczema Omt dam. The survivors bore traces of the ment penetrates every tinv pore of stern ordeal they had passed through. CASTORIA Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR ipyhome:" Fqrcgnstipatjpq,jndigest9i,headach $3.508.75X fless, malaria, ghills and fevr, bflipusrjess,, and a Sheep Extra $4.50, good to choice ailments, Thedford's BlacPraught h.as prpved jfs.gf 44.40, cotrimon to fair $23.75. Lambs Extra $7.25, good to choico reliable, gentle and valuable remedy. $6.75T.15, common to fair $5)6.50. If you suffer from any of these complaints, W FLAGS FLYING AT HALF MAST. Draught It is a medicine of known merit Havre. With flags flying at half years of splendid success proves its value mast and a band playing a solemn air, La Touralne, of the French Line, car- jmm young and old. For sale everywhere. Price $7g25, extra $7.908, light shippigs (110 lbs and less) heavy 'fat sows $7.357.50. BLACK -- DRAUG i 5 ffl 1 j a - "we a DANIEL BOONE AXLI Hob-son'- s CASTORIA 64 bn W Mt m XMtacky ly CS. t C. STOU. ML CI LiHn. tf. t wP .- -i )1J''3J K - J