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VERNON, as a speller. feburey the ROCKCASTLE 7q). vrrn jmtttiL (Ml 1L 'lW f in iiiBwiiiMj Established 1887 i VJ) AL vi vj y v COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1913. NUMBER 6 JUDGE-ELEC- T, G. M. BALLARD. All OF To 1 Nerth B&ene Connect and in South by (her Trail Blazed Daniel 17 7 5. iBy George V. Steep. .i" .. . SC which vet bears .his name, was made in 1796, after the Kentucky f I'5 S legislature in I795 had authorized the opening of the route, then knowu as "Boone's lrace. " as a public wagon road, thirty feet Continued" from last weel wide. It was in December, 1795 After the treaty of peace Le that the authority was given by twten the United States and Great the legislature for this developBritain in 17S2, which put a ment, the read to be opened from temporary end to Indian warfare Crab Orchard Springs to Cumber-- , Boone who had accumulated land Gap. Upon, proposals being about $20 000 started to Virginia advertised for, the old pioneer, He was realizing the peculiar fitne.-.- of with all his posetsions. of jt all tn route He then hing which had marked his early robbed rejtjf ned agajn oyer the same old ljfe in Kentucky, addressed to fraU ud attempted to recover his Governor .Shelby the following fprtpnps in land claims.. However pharacteristp fetter which was hjsdefepyve knowledge of sur fqund. mjiny years ago among the veyipg, cpmb'med wth the absurd papers pi W military goyemor. specifications pf he Vjiginia land The copy below is accurate, even laws then 'm three in Kentucky, q the spelling, capitalization and paused hitn to lose every acre to ' punctuation of the original The . . .. .. . it 'handwriting is rather graceful, Which Me laid claim Boone never again attempted showing some ease and freedom to follow the old trail eastward in handling the pen, although it is into Virginia, and finding Ken evident that Boone more readily tucky becoming rather more civ- - made his mark with his rifle than s .4rfthflft . V. .'. . TxlII fX5f-v- uOM' J ilized than conformed with his manner of life, he went farther west. On the hanks of the Mis. souri river, he established a settlement consisting entirely of his immediate family and his decend-ants- . Here was found in 1819. a broken old man, but .'till hunting in the woods and roasting his own "join of buck" over the campfire-Hdied September 26, 1820. Upon learning of the death of the aged pioneer, Goveruor Morehead of Kentucky, proclaimed twenty days public mourning. Boone's boay was later removed to Frankfort where it remains to the pres: ent time. Daniel - oon j Ti e -- along the routed which had been worked and materially improved during1 the preceding year, and to Sir. keep the road in proper condition after my Best Respts to our Ezcelancy and family I wish to in- for travel The road, known then form you that I have sum inten- as "Boou's trace," gradually lost tion of undertaking thi.-- New its indentity with Daniel Boone simply as Rode that is to be Cut throug the and became known "T-- e Wilderness Road." It re Wilderness and I think My Self niained in use by the steady tide intitled to theofer of the Bisnessi as I first Marked out that Rode in of westward emigration until in 1775 and Never Re'd anything after the Mexican War, when the for mv trnhel and Senose I am No travel over the National Road Statesman I am a Woodsman and from Maryland through Pennsyl think Myself as Capable of Mark- vania, Ohio. Indiana, and Illinois, ing and Cu fing that Rode as'any took most of the travel away from other many man Sir if you think the more mountainous territory. Dining the Civil War, however, with Mel would thank ou to the road wasused .constantly for Wright mee a line By the post the ririst oportuneaty and he will military purposes by the armies Lodge i at Mr John Miler son of both the Union and the Con" hinsion fork as I wih to knov federacy until after Cumberland Where and When it is to be Leet Gap was abandoned by both sides So that I may atend at the time. as a point of contention. Shortly after the war portions I am Deor Sir your very omblr of the road were entirely abandonsarvant, (Signed) DANTKL BOONE. ed and have seen practically no To his Excelancy governor travel tit all, untill, prospectors and surveyors recently invaded Shelb. its silent ways in locating the new Boone did not stcure this became he did uot press motor pike.' hispiopoal. It appears that Ins The promotion of the new restlesness led him westward to the motor highway to connect the Missouri, following always the north and the sonth through the receding wilderness as civilzation Kentucky mountains has been advanced, before the time arrived due largely to the Commercial for the actual construction of the Olub of Mt. Vernon, Kv., of which U. G. Baker if, president, road to begin. The road authorized from Crab Unas. Davis, yice president, and Orchard Springs to Cumberland James Maret, secretary, SubGap by the legislature of 1795 sidiary to the Commercial Club, was already the heaviest travelled Mt Vernon has a boosters' organroute inusi between the east and ization, known as the "Boone the west, but was not improved. Way Booster Band", of which W. On March 1, 1797, the legislature H, Fish is president, P. L. Durappointed Joseph Crockett as ham, vice president, James Maret a commissioner to collect tolls secretary and treasurer, and S. ilth Good Roads nffBfflPfBflflflfBI & III S Bad , Ws s ffRffffffffffffffffffffF i i V They All , ii;; M o .. .. .. R. .. ..;i;;r.j;;?;j;oe : :.:: t ......!;!;. :::::::::: j;;j;ii;....,; r 1 .'8 m m mJgrg w nm EA :..:r::z:s::::::::::::::u - con-probab- lr Mar DEPART ........ i,:::-;ii:::,;;,;-;;;;,;;,;;;ii;,i:,i:;;;::;i:i,i;;;i NT STORE it r '' - 'You can get at IBaker's' Dry Goods, Notions, Ladies and Gents' ptirmshings, Clothing and Shoes T"N L wara xne neveiopmenr i'ifirti1tfaih 01 tneiran Carpets and Mattings, I runks & Bags, ewely & Clocks, ff" - c - W,f :, 'ft tx imrvv-s- . TOfc - .V7 $ mrwf f r-'- i m K r- Mate " jm -- 1 v.xX.va.jAB'I!I1. Lr-- 'V' r " . ( innKw - Hardware, Queensware, Tin and Enamelware, Groceries and Provisions rurniture, Stoves and 1 Rano-- P : Doors and Windows Salt, Roofing and Implements ? ...- THE Mount Vernon'"s Cheapest Prices CO--ATTtY-ELEC- EST BY TEST T, E. J C. QHTSITRY. n U.G.BAKER Rockcastles Biggest Store TUESDAYS VOTE IN RQGKCAI,E C6 V active S S 3 ffl o 9? -o S3 IS ft PS o en " L v S rt g A s u 0 epesenta- - Bovmy E3 3 Co. a 183 (3 a " 8 -t i 166 164 (1 o (A 5 ft, H o O E. Mt Vernon surface The congressional del and could bp. coiructed: at a W. Mt. Vernon, 168 Ii5 168 175 163 157 164 egatipns of all the surrounding i27 132 I3I 166 69 150 69 i56 67 159 59 i58 Ronndstone 58 156 i53 153 152 i50 states are also si,ppo ting the much snplale)i-cps76 147 98 36 36 102 99 ;01 102 Scaffold Cane 36 102 36 IO3 99 The sta.te pf Kentucky main- 36 36 lo2 97 movement." Among ite promi-- , 1O8 2O 105 104 1O3 18 I12 18 IO5 Crooked Creek i9 1O9 18 lo5 21 i02 rains a. p,ibVc yods commission, 103 61 IO9 60 i09 60 109 60 i05 :06 lo.; io5 1O4 n,en.t entians. wo, ae lend consifttng of Orlando 64 1O5 59 112 three engineers, 11O 2O3 IO7 202 9g y94 i09 190 I14 199 ppoyt o the. move-ffR- t Livingston i8a 18O ing thejr. 9S 196 193' iS who are available for work of this 62 1O7 78 86 S5 90 Walnut Grove 93 io '85 98 L. W. Bjethuvum 77 i00 75 TPt & 14d 1& 113 Uli 4O7 I07 a M. Y?rfloi. ta.te etQr Joe character and will be called upon 11O i2 ipZ 110 117 1I3; ill 136 Browns 117 172 ?J9 28 iao tfi ws im ig6 Brodbead 189 W P. BpsvYQytb, of Middlesboro, C to assist in making the final sur14 ?p,2 6 Powers1 06 vey of the route. o W. Metpajfe and. Jackson Morris If sufficient funds are raised tal. 95O 14?9 4OP5 147O 834 1"547 9O3 I51S IO32 l3g' 9O4 I467 T490 1449 141 3 1 402 qf PineviUe, Dr. G. H. Alhright, during the winter it is anticipated Majpfittes of Barbouuwille, W. R. Hackney, 563 467 6I5 358 549 7i3 work will be definitely begun Nat B. Seellu Judge W. L that earlyin the spring, starting at Brown, of London. David Nelson First Magisterial District: W. M. Sowder, Magistrate and A. J. Pike, Constable, no oppsition. of East Bernstadt, J. P. W. Dm al- Grab Orchard Springs tvhere the turnpike, ends, and B. A. Riddle "elected Second District: .Louis McGuire, Rep.,won over R. P. Norton, Dem. by 12I. mond, of Livingston, and J. B. Louisville to the southwest The prcoeeding Constable, no opposition. W His, of Crab Orchard Springs. work it is estimated should." reach Third Districtr Skerman Chasteen Rep , defeated, W.G. Mu'lins, Dem. byl22 votes. ' Arthur Clark Jas. T. Voshell, senior high the Cumberland; Gap by mm-su' ,.. ..' elected Constable, no opposition. . s way engineer of the office of Pub- ,mer. The End. jPourth District: Lee Arnold, present Justice, .with out opposition, as was also 'Harvey Al- lic Roads, "L, . Derlmept of v- ' TONIGHT- ' . corn for Constable. Agricii'lture, was "recently J sent Tilth Dktrict; W. M. Hurst, the only democratic Magistrate had a clear tracks 'as didil.- - D. Hamm,- - wer the route by the department Tonight if you feel dull and M stupid, or bilious and constipated to'ma ke a reconnoisance survey take a dose of Chamberlain's Tab..y t "CoHStitutioaal Amendment No. fj'in the entire coonty Yes 258; No 20I. Ipn.his report, Se'natorsBradley lets and you will feel all, riant to- ' Constitutional Amendment, No. 2, Yes 220; No ifi. , iid' Jaiaes have introduced a bill morrow For sale by all dealers. J4. pI18 i78 i21 I44 i75 100 188 185 11O tive Judge Attorney County Court Clerk Sheriff i28 I48 i63 i55 Jailer 12T in s o u movement. Mr. VoSibelPs survey indicated active, supportthat the route would cover ninety, a.re fhe mpymeiftt eight and onehalf miles and gOVrnprs, p,f . the. surrounding paved highway could - be spates, he Knvipky senators and that 9 constructed over the distance at a congressmen, the 'pvfaers of maxium cost of about one million thp Aieqcan. 'oltiQn, the dollars. It is believed, however, ' cqm,niercia organiftalions of that owing to the splendid drainLouiRville, Cincinnati, Asheville age facilities in thfr mountain Bristol. Knoxvilleand practically a rocked road wiljl be all of the smaller cities lying"bn ,countrv, serviceable and" satiaactjouy- as a or near tne route which road" A.monig tne ers 9 tre calling for an appropriation to aid franklin ajssistant secretary. in the recorr-actioof the old Mr. Maret is, probably ihe most trail worker in the oter " the - I87 I84 160 I63 will take. water-boundjcajiauie- I L as ii m Je "" :) S. F. BOWMAN Re-electerJ i County Court Clerk by 615 majority. T -- -' 'K .OA&llQ:RI& C ACT OfclA o :r- Children dry FLETCITER'S; FOR ciiirn cry FLITWitrS FC - I rr - v -- - ?y . ( fi I inawijOyTTiwwim MMiiMiiii.1 HpqaapiMBariirTwmrTiWTg-raacgHiKaaMri- "' r " t,MT"m V - r,w inw ,1 J ft s VERNON SIGNAL1 Boone W Foster Band, HQ T TAX LAW Mt. 'f Ay. 3" Dear Sir: Find enclosed check Friday, Nov. 7, 19 13 for $3685, which is donated by KENTUCKY The Annual Farmers TntitU'e our citizen?, amounts as shown Published every Friday by opposite ttieir nainos, and you car lor"ftockca.-tl- e Counti , vill be held EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. send them certificates, and alsu at the Court Boiuein Mt. Vernou. have this names printed in HOW Unsatisfactory the PreS- - on. Wednesday a.,d Thursday. ' $I.OO Vernon Signal: UBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR en t Tax System Works .Nov. .I2 and 13th. and every one J. Thos. Cherry. $; 00 There will be vis urged to intend in This State 5 00 rates made known on W.E.Perkins la number of speakers, and farm Advertising Ed. Hiatt (,.-- . . application mi! 111 an i: niiahet; win oi ais Jas. P Jones .;... 100 Most Unequal System Ever Devised"'. 'c M. M. Perkins l 00 nnrf Mrtst nf the Prnnressive States listed. Mrs M. F. Ginn willLiynn Bros Have Aholished the Plan' Used in talk to the ladles OR household af100 MEMBER OF -' Tfaiis-anR. Kentucky. tne ladivs are especially 100 KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION J.C.Bailey .. 100 j requested to attend. J. P. toanuel 50 xuu picocnt man: tuiwumuv" "t t cuse met tings arc .neid under S L. Cummins . . 5O Kentucky provides that "Taxes shall fche direclion f the Sfite Board ol G. W. Thompson 5(.; Via nnlfniim rn nil fringe ft nPinOftV. ; and are free to tne W. D. Newland .50 and on the surface "this seems .to bei Aunettlture I W. Fish 50 so fair the average thinker can find tfaimt-M'We hope to see even ".'...-...- . J.M.Collier .50 no fault with it. . farmer in Rokca--trlcouiuy .T.A.Bailey '... .5'0 In practice, however, it has been j ent at the.--e meetings, whichpivs arWillie Thompson :... .25 xouna to ne tne most unequal wx IN failing to elect; Nat B. Sewell investing and instructive and 10 tem ever devised,' and most of the pro-Josh. Wilson . ,. to legislature, from this district, R. L. Collier , wonders m the develop- , 5.00 states have abolished rtA:ire oouk COOl c the mountains lost one of its Leece & Collier . me.nt.of the tanning industry of 2 50 plan. g When 1 1 00 greatest opportunities of having Campbell & Pet t us Its inequalities and unfairness may Kentucky S Buying I 1 00 someth'ng done for the people of Dr. W. W tsurgm be seen from the way it discriminates,! L Sanders 1 on ON OOLDS Baking The L. in certain classes of property and er DECLARE WAR South Eastern Kentucky. u m prey's . Morg 1. 00 plains why Kentucky seems to'Ttave of .education which matter was nut snnarely before Gus. Ueizle I Powder I.oc so little intangible wealth as com- aims '.'that common colcis may be the voters as a plain practical, ,1. 11. Mcwiiorter. . .g For this is the .00 pared with other states. '; come Ui common within the next B baking powder proposition, showing J.S. Duke business 50 B that makes "the For instance, cash in savings banks generation" has been begun by .f)0 H baking better." 1 what might be accomplished for Claud Thompson . . . draws only three per cent interest, prominent Ne".v York physicians. A. Edmiston .50 a It leavens the P the benefit of this portion of the J. J. Tateru bonds pay four per cent, real Here is a list 0.' the don'ts" S. ffood evenly estate notes six per cent, stock in which the doct.ns ny will preveui state bv Mr. Sewell if sent to Tj. H. Goodwin . throughout; puffs 5 some foreign corporations ten per cent, the annual visitation of the cold: : Frankfort, but it seems that S. P. Reynolds .. it up to airy light- 5" on all is the same for "Don't sit in a draughty car." C ness, makes it dc- - J deeply rooted into a T. N. Butt .25 while the tax m lightfully appetizing v state purposes, but varies for county sleep in ho rooms." "Dont -- .25 majority of voters that thoy pay W. M. Dudderer j and wholesome. and city purposes according to the lo"Don't avoid the f tesh air." O Remember Calumet little heed to what is for the best '"Don't stuff yourself at meal Total amount $36 85 cation. is moderate in price, g Thus where the income is only 3 time. Overeating reduces your interests of the country, and just m highest in quality. We hope this will not be all that per cent and the taxes 2 per cent device place their cross under the grocer for fAsk your Don't take a per cent To which we would add when representing their own party and you will get trom Crab Orchard, it leaves the owner only 9 substitute. interest, and where the income is 10 you take a cold get rid of it as f let it go at that seemingly under us there are others who will donate per cent and the taxes 2 per cent quickly as possible, j Received Highest lo accomthe impression that its better to and as soon as they are offeredj he the interest is 7 per cent. In this plish that you will find ChamberAwards n subsc-ripiiofi WorU' Pare FooJ Exposition. remain ''regular" and go without chance of signing the lain's Cough Remedy most exeel-leir- . uniform? Illinois. Pari fCfciaro, Mtrch, 1912. Eipoiitioa. B Sold by all dealers In some counties land is assessed beneficial movement than to vote they will do so, and when they do 1 at 30 per cent-o- f its value, in others 50 for a candidate of a different party we will forward to you. John Purray Mitchel, Fnsionist. fizi. v .ja per cent, and in others 70 per cent. Yours Very truly, no matter what he might be able The state tax is the same in all the was elected Mavor of New York R. L. Collier, Mr. Luker toNdo for the people. by Is this uniform? J. Thos Cherry. counties.honest farmer lists his prop- his about 100.000, pulling through like many other worthy men who If an entire ticket. David I Walsh, -- Not made by the T?JJ5fj1 'have been sent to the legislature, NEARLY EVERY CHILD HAS erty at its fair value and his un- Democrat, was elected Governor scrupulous neighbor puts a lower value of from this district, simply goes Massachusetts. Gov. Fielder WORMb. on his property the .former pays more there with his hands tied and with in New Jersey by w.is Paleness, at times a flushed face than his share, while the latter pays all his efforts we fear but little if 2o,ooo plurality. Republicans , unnatural hunger, picking the less. . anything will be, accomplished nose, great thirst, etc., are indicaIf the state board of equalization secured control of the New York that Would tend to benefit this tions of worms. Kickapoo vVorm raises the entire list for hat couniy. Assembly. The New Jersey Aspa.fi of the state that has been! Killer ts a reliable, thorough med- the honest man pays on property he sembly appears to be Democratic. neglected and virtually ignored for icine for the removal of all kinds doean't own, and yet. our la.w is sup- Former Governor Sulzer was of worms from children and posed to be uniform.' nearly half a century. personalty owned by citi- elected to Assembly in New Yoik. adults. Kickapoo Worm Killer That the a long lane that in pleasant candy form, aids di- zens of Kentucky is vastly more than Joseph E. Bell; .Democrat, was It is said its is listed for taxation is a gestion, tones elected Mayor of Indiana poll-- - and has no turn." Well the political constipation system, overcoming fact; but the tax receipts don't Mayer Hunt, ol Cine nnaii, Dem and increasing the 'lane'' in this county is one of action of the liver. Is perfectly show it. In fact, certain classes of them. Ttie party in power has sa.fe fcr even the most delicate property, such as stocks, bonds, notes ocrat, was defeated by Spiegel, , , held on to it for. 33 years and with childreu Kickapoo Worm Killer and cash halve almost disappeared from ; Republican. 6f but-onA TEXAS- - WONDER. slight turn urlng that! makes childrnJiaprMSiiand healtify-- i the iax ?ol.ls, ancMftese evidences grow each year. T 25c "Guaranteed. Try it. Dr.ugi wealth apparently systemless allowed to long spell. is The Texas Wonder cures kidney If the present stores, or by mail. Kickapoo remain in force, it will result, as it has and bladr'er troubles, removing Vr.n uen't tare mace? waen oa Lsr cleaa or County Clerk, Bowman, says Medicine Co., Philadelphio and St. In other states, in almost all kinds of CJmneL Il'iH li3 poTdir. Poa'tbeci.lsd. EofJ teix. remit. .1 .... i&anfr r'wx hmAt ri.n.i now as that little case of election Louis. personalty disappearing from the as- grauel, cures c'iaiiets, vak and to socr ailk en Jj Cduact ts fir rptrir of the kidneys worry is over and out of the way GRAY HAIR MADE ITS OR- sessors' books, and lands and houses .11 irregularities which can not be hid or moved will aoct in ooty men ana women IGINAL COLOR he will have more time to spare, have to bear the chief burden. Regulate-- ; CLIP THIS KOTICR ITS WORTH 50c bhidder troubles ia he intends to aid Maret 1:1 boostIt has been so in every state where If your hair is gray, streaked the "general property tax" has been children. It no: sold by your ing Boone Way. I Don't Blaine us fcr ict Fost ' with gray, white, faded, brittle, ' the plan on which property was taxed, druggist, vvdl be sent by mail on states have been wise "Truth crushed to earn will rise falling out, itching scalpor dand s and most of therid of such an unequal receipt of Si 00. One small bottle I when you can keep them dry H enough to get run, Ban hair color re-H and warm all winter H again." Well it may do so but orerapplv Q hair and scalp. Not and unfair system. iu two months treatment, and selto gray The Ohio state tax commission, in dom tails to perfect a cure will it ever look like anything after a dye, but it brings to the hair snr Send getting such a "swat" in the late face the original color nature gave Its 1908 report on the operation of the for testimonials from his and other "general property tax," says: vour hair. gray hair Make election Dr. E W. Hall, 2926 "It is a failure for purposes of rev- states. brown, black, auburn or its original enue or equality. Perhaps not 5 per Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. Sold Some one fathered the rumor color of 17 or iS years of age. cent ,of intangible property is listed. by Drueg:st. that there must have been some Never fails. Perfectly harmless, It punishes the honest. It rewards the They are real M El oil sWSP delightful to dishonest. It frequently results In boots. Look at M SSaHHHKSKfiHHHKSSSfi ta.zP political fibbing in this and ad hair soft, full use Q Ban makes double taxation and lowers the standof liie. beautiful. them and you'll M iMpt joining county within the past Stops dandruff, itching scalp and ard of integrity." agree. We have m Vj JSSy& lP?iw2pS 3'our size now M The entire revenue of the state of week. falling hair. Complete directions come SpfgP them. get Ml Kentucky is about $7,000,000, while for home treatment of the hair Michigan, with about the same area V Z3T M&EBM Hsisk Well Tammany "got theirn" with each bottle 50c by parcel and population, receives- - $14,000,000 rv iitTir. TiWWM xtiSiSsVk and we are not sorry for it. Rot- post, or return this notice and $1 from taxes, only a small proportion of : :v;x.- v ft and we will deliver you three bot which is paid on land. ten organization, that is it. ties. If not satisfied by its use we In Pennsylvania there is no state give you back $1.50. 8?YS Address tax "on farms or homes. Hessig-ElliThere are 7,000,000 acres of unimDrug C , Memphis, My proved farm lands in Kentucky and Tenu. ..'-n- . . aJlMU 'Farmers Institute ft I th-M- t. ...... " ' d - . .- -. mmMMmm s wmw wk.vMmMKwm n they ours PREFER J No WcJnder, Simple as A B C. 1 1 Curs Cost Less Ours Wear Better They Have More Style - a-i,- '"'A-.crusad- e . 1 It's about as uinieult to describe these new clothes as to write about the prettiest girl at a Leap Year Party. You've got to- see her with your own ev es. Maybe you'll like her if you don't there are others- - So, it one suit doesn't please you, we've another. It's a question ot tate. Prices I That lies wit li you; The better the clothes you buy, gilt-edg- e poli-ticsare'- so the longer they last and the better they look while you're wearing theni. But everyone prefers ours- - They are best. n E. .L COCKRELL LIVINGSTON, KY. s: ed . $ I 1 'S 19.99 . . -- -- e '. lir-e- m .t-?-l ! easier and more conven---Jen- t to vrite ia check for this amount than to count out a ten, a five and four ones, a half, u quarter, two dimes and four pennies . A cheeking account in our . bank doeu away with all such bothersome difficulties for you always have the right change when you write a check. But that is merely one of the many adantsges chief among which is - Automatic Bookkeeping. BANK WITH US PEOPLES BANK MT. VERNON, KY. J3S CRAB ORCHARD AND BOONE WAY s The ' Saratoga of the West " Contributes Liberally to the Postage and Printing Fund of the 1 - PROPOSED NATIONAL HIGHWAY The Boone Way Booster Band of Mt. Vernon has reason to feel proud over the interest that the j rk ' citizens or urao urcnara are tak-- ing in the great movement of con structing a National Highway V Kentucky thru Crab Orchard from historic Springs to Cumberland Gap, there to connect with Southern Messrs R. L. Collier and roads. Thos Cherry, two among Crab J. Orchard's leading and most enter: J ?$grising citizens have visited the "business, and professional men and others of their town and vicinity .in the interest of this big . road undertaking and the followNERVOUS AND SICK ing listof "names and amounts show the liberality of the people Torpid liver, constipated bowels rV and their desire to help boost and and disordered stomach- are the. Jlpush the good movement' along. causes-o- these headaches. Take ... J, J: ttis hoped that the other towns Dr. King's New, Life Pills, you along the proposed route will will be suprised how quickly you will get relief. They 'jt; take pattern and follow in the the different organs to stimulate do their '' "footsteps of the capital of East work properly. No better regulaLincoln, J the place of healing tor for liver and bowels. Take 25c and invest in a box At all water." Orchard, Ky druggists or bv. mail. H. E ., Crab '' Co., Phila"delphia Nov. 3rd, 1913. Or St. South-Easter- n . HEAD--ACAEf .to-do- yet vast quantities of farm products j to be imported. Graded High School Notes. have thouThere are about twenty-fiv- e sand square miles of coal lands in buy millions of Kentucky, and yet-w- e The average attendance for the tons of coal from Pennsylvania, West past month has been as follows: Virginia, Indiana and Tennessee. per High School 28, Grammar giade Kentucky raises thirty-eigh- t 48, Intermediates 49. and Primary cent of the tobacco crop of the United States and manufactures only three Look at the insides of the 56. per cent of it. On last Saturday our boys .and are significant facts and our. boys suits we sell. These girls went to London, to play a people should consider them. There may be other causes for our Any one of them will show couple of games of basket ball with lack of progress but it is an estab- you just why it is rightly the boys and girls of London lished fact that no state has ever &7&&?t, named Graded School, in both of which prospered under the general propertytax and it is also known that this dethey were "successful. The girls-wo- plorable system of taxation has always P it open, take a peep at easily, with a score of i7 (08 driven out capital, retarded develop- - It S thorough construction. while the boys bad a harder figbt, nieni ana causea unioiu losses m pop- - You will find it "wear proof but were finally victorious with a ulation. last general assembly passed indeed. The Extra care where The London .an act amending the state constitu the strain comes scoreof 16 to 11. buttons 1 i girls were slightly smaller than tion so as to permit future legislation eweu - 1 t j nonesuy maae go which towardsour girls, but were very plucky, 1 on taxation the evilswill it far the duty throughugut, through. remedying and is and while their boys were much, heav- of every citizen in the state to vote ' . ier than ours. The next games for the amendment at the November Uur Spring SUltS are great. election, if it is not ratified at good style in aU the between the two schools will be time it will be impossible to votethat Every Pokr-irK? on'nom ir.A uuiuij 10 ic QQ Qur trounds Noy the question for another five years j 15 We also have games scheduled and it has been delayed too long al- represented in our siock ready. us with Pine Hill, both boysaud girls and get It is time forother to wake up there's a big assortment to prosperous select from. in line with . for Vote for the constitutional states. amendment at the November election. &&42&&&L, P&F?TiOtf Cl6TtlS avtf Ju. utt mm w Sold iy: si w.iktBr SILVERSealpaint: m HONEST. SIMON PURE. DURABLE.. OUR FACIORY-TO- - For m USE& PRICES SILVER SEAL BARN AND ROOF PAINTS. lave You 50 BSOTiffSM PerQ 5 to 10 Gallons U Ebl. (25 gals.) Barrel lots (50 gals.) 75 61 (k STOP! LOOKS LISTEN! The Home of Gcod Clothes Eight Colors. Thoroughly Reliable. RELIABLE ROOF PAINTS. BROWN and GREEN Per Gat. Per 6a 40c 5 to 10 Gallons 10 Gallons 35c Bbl. (25 gals.) Bbl. (25 gals.) h. 4S 30c Barrel lots (50 gals.) Barrel lots (50 gals.) SILVER SEAL Mixed Paint best house paints made. Bask: Pure Lead ud and Pure Linseed OIL Cost you 25& less, cover 25 more space. Guaranteed BLACK Sto PODND, the place to buy Spectacles and Eyeglasses for$1.50 and up. Gold, Silver a,nd Aluminum Frames, Lar gest selection in town. Kyes tested Free. Years of experience. last twice as long as ordinary paint. Ask for oar Special Prices to yoa. Silo Paints, Cement Paints, Floor Paints, Flat Paints, ShwgJe Staras, Etc Tell J. C. MOORE JEWELER AND OPTICIAN. COX DBOS. STORE Polishes, Glass and General Supplies. for Free Color Cards and Useful Inforraatloa afceat Pafets. WRITE yoar needs and we will save you money and guarantee you satisfaction. TO-DA- Y Low Prices on Varnishes, Varnish Stains, Wagon Paints, Carriage Pasts, . - . JC "o "" t ru r. tt focdfe353l ry vonover KY, KENTUCKY PAINT MFG. CO. ESSE? '. Incorporated. GO SOUTH THIS WINTER Go where fair skies, ideal weather, and outdoor enjoyment dispel aU MT. VERNON, Dentist thought of winter's discomfort. NOW AVAILABLE VIA Suits kind-- , CAp$E OF INSOMNIA. Special 'af $5.00 the good yxPrykztxSt. J.C-MeCLARY Fron tRoonis over Raker's Store Phone 49-- WINTER TOURIST FARES ' The most common cause of insomnia is disorders ot the .stomach Chamberlain's and constipation. Tablets correct ' these disorders and enable you to aleep. For sale The Home of Good by all dealers, r . A UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER ' INCLUDING Cbthes TRADE' Buck--len.- & - r. Jambs tf arrt, Sec. Louis. CASTORA CMk&reii bry TtJS FLETdHER'S Advertising, paper is to you, Mr. Hone Merchant, what steam is to an engine, kM0RAL prominence in this FLORIDA, NEW ORLEANS, PANAMA AND "LAND OF THE S)tY,; LONG RETURN WIT- TICKETS ON SALE pAILY ATTRACTIVE PRIVILEGES' EQUIPMENT, SERVICEANDSCENERY UNSIJrJASSED. TO ALL RESORTS OF THE SOUTH y, STOP-OVE- R " Stanford. H. C. KING, .Pwr 1er details consult any Tkket Ageqt or write and Tkkrt Afftfc III Eat Hm $L,.lmimmi Of. l KiJCTgiPF HKSe!9&?jfj'5 ;- j9E3n8s?v? i; H llKrir'v- fi A- - -- ;V "': BUSCHEMCYtR '.5,- - Si - ,. 1 MT--. - --v.i. i A - - VERNON yGNAU Ni,v. 7. 1913T--,r ?-,1,i,,""- ELECTA Mt.'VkrnoKjKy.. at Fish's. Ladies Suits nd Coa's at prices that will interest you at Fish's. Democrats Maintain Hold on the Legislature in Kentucky Elections ." V J! lite '.w & J- - .. f- mmmmwmm!Bm?&S2A. dy&sgsfc ' began laving brick Brick layers (J Jas. Landrum, Agent. on F. Krueger's new brick materially. Complete returns from 153 precincts Phone No. 8. Wednesday. The building will give Buschemeyer a majority of 2,403. be an exact duplicate of the oue George T. Wood, Republican, has reKttFrxzztpMmasm Entered at the Alt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice ceived only a few hundred votes. which was burqed on this same second-clas- s mail matter. as Returns from the county race are site in July, 19io. Everybody knows they are safe and not complete, but the indications are PERSONAL Sheriff-ele-ct the Democratic ticket will be successMulljns has Cam ful in the county as well as city race. dry can show you the best slicker Beans Collier was -- here from purchased a house and lot, on Sam Green, Demacratic candidate for Newcomb Avenue, of Mrs Mary in America guaranteed crack-proo- f PftlinV ouusc, In i.... ..!. lav uueitu ui f and waterproof, Crab Orchard, Sunday. """" Tnrlfr id uuuing the ticket. Ur derwocd and moved there the with clasp fastenings, at $3.50. . Charles Thompson of near Lan The Democrats of Kentucky have day after the election. His tele- caster, was here Wednesday. iraintained their hold on the State pl.one is No. 56 a. Legislature, the results of the election Miss Evelyn Gardner will go to j returning both Representatives and The first social meeting: of the Slip-onLouisville, tomorrow to spend a Senators to their positions at FrankWcraan"s Club, will be held at the fort with scarcely an exception. week . SHERIFF-ELEC- T, home of Miss Mat Wtlliams, to-- d Mr. an Mrs. Roy Beazley lett night. Mrs. Ab -Sparks Nov. 7th They are light, praclically dry, and very yesterday for Florida to spend Mir-f Williams and Mrs. Ed Gen SPIEO the winter. dressy. We are showing all colors and sizes at $5 The Court of Claims met try will be hostesses. BRODHEAD. Ohio, is with Mrs. Wanzer, of to $15. Wednesday and yesterday, allowNotice: ;A11 pirsjcs holding ing the usual run of claims. her daughter. Mrs A. B. Furnish ELECTED MAYOR Mrs. Linda Benton is spending claIms aSainst the late R- - E .Bel1 for a short visit. The Fiscal Court adjourned yes- a few days with relatives in Lexwill preset same to me, properly T.H. Lambert. Esq., and Edd; terday to meet again on Monday ington this week. Miss Etta proven. OF CINCINNATI Sexton, of the Conway section Nov. 17th. Those having claims Sowder was over from Danville, J. J. BELL, Admr. Nov. Now, don't get wet and blame ns. were in town Wednesday. who failed to get them presented and spent Sunday with her parents Burr, Ky . yesterday should be on hands at Mr. ana-Mr- s. Maris, of London, Miss Bettie W. H. Sowder. Cincinnati, O. Judge Frederick S. Hev. Allen, of Louisville, has that time. was with Mr. and .Mrs. W. H. Byron Owens is over from George- - Spiegel, Republican candidate tor called as pastor of the Bapbeen Fish, Sunday and Monday. To the Road Overseers of Rock-- 1 town, for a few days this week. Mayor of Cincinnati, was elected by Mrs Anna Miller left yesterday tist church. He will occupy the castle County: John D. Henderson was down a plurality in excess of 3,000. Every Oklahoma, where she residence jus vacated by Mr. for Atton. Owing to the fact that my saddle 'from Mt. Vernon Saturday even-rider- s candidate on the oity ticket won with Mr. Owens will will join her son Walter and make Maishal Owens. and rain coat were stolen ing calling on one of the fair sex. the leader, and the Republicans i1q move back lo Maretburg, having, home. her Mrs R. E. Albright is spending have an overwhelming majority in the from the Eight Gable Hotel, Liv- next City Council, having olecte'i the traded giis home here to his Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Craig, of ingston, where I left them, I was a few days with Mr. and Mrs. H. six candidates at large and. S3SSS?S daughter, Mrs. McKinney for a unable to present to the Fiscal wrested fTtfgl: steftKi OH's Wednesday and Tharp at Junction City this several wards trom the Democrats. Quail, spent .LEADTHG CIS It sn.a'1 farm at Maretburg. Court the reports of the overseers week. Henry Brooks and Chas. is likely that the latter will not have Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. W. The date of the opening of who had riled same with me, and Rasb are here from Knoxville for i membership of more than seven or G. McBee here. Marlow ig over eight, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. McBee. Hotel Boone Way by manager J. I will ask that you make another j a few days.J. W. Rider will probably be set for report at once. I have arranged from Lexington spending a few and Mrs. Dr. A. G. Lovell and Margurette, were February 22nd, the second anni- with the Magistrate in your j days with homefolks. John Evans daughter, Miss versary of the burning of the Magisterial District to take same s with homefolks for a few days, in Louisville, first of the week. Miller Hotel which occupied site for me. I urge upon you the im- Mr.. aud Mrs, John Robins and Mrs. C C. Williams, accompanon which the new structure is' be- portance of making this report at j little daughter Mildred, are spend-oncNEW AND LEADING ied her daughter, Mrs. WestK to Also quite a- number of j 'lUR this week witQ relatives at ing erected. The occasion will be Louisville, Sunday, and will re ' observed by a grand balland ban overseers have not as yet made NinSi Ky. Horace .Benton is main t there several days, being quet. their reports, and I urge them to nere for a Ievv days from Louisana. under the treatment of a specialist. Is now ready to offer you the grandest bargains ever 6fT -- Baf5e e-M;cAfee was'iu "town a To tbe'votSfrF'oT Kcrctaastlel t either come to my office andtnake .T! ""Sparks and family fered in any store. Mr. W. their report or go to the Magis- - rew days the latter part of last have gone to Louisville for two I take this means of expressing trateof their Magisterial District. M. Oweus and waek. Mrs. J. ShoeJs Dry Goods Shoes months, on account of their ruv thanks and appreciation to Your claims cannot be allowed unson and daughter, left Thurslittle those who so lovally supported me The bottom has fell out on daughter. Miss Bess, who is in The pi ices is now below the til these feports are in. The Fis day for a lew days visit toher is there under and to give you the assurance. that cal Court will hold a meeting on daughter, Mrs. G. F. Suttou at bad health and Men's these goods and thay mnst go rock bottom price. my best efforts will be given to the Miss Ola Frith has Lexington treatment of a specialist. shoes going now at 1.95 ? make roora for m7 new fall Nov. 17th, for the ptir-pqs- e office to which you have elected Monday, returned home after spending fcwQ line. J. S. Langford left Wednesday me. regular price 2.50 of allowing your claims, and weeks with relatives qt Orab Or&. A. railroad, near Groceries for the L. upjess, your repor , is in by that chard. Mrs. Lqla Mattingly of Yours very truly, I carry a full line at prices far Beatyville, where he will take Men's and Boy's Pants beiow competition : CAM MULLINS time no claim will be allowed you. Paris, has returned home alt;er His son of an extra gang. charge For your own interest and in spending a few days with Mrs. I have a good line of them. 8 cans Salmon for 25c In the Mt. Vernon town election order that I msy make a final re- Maud Sprowle Mrs. J. W. Mink Ed will have charge of the jail unMen's good Corduroy Pants 1.75 - for 25c 3 cans 3 lb. krout of Richmond is spending a few Judge J. F. Griffin, present Judge port to the Fiscal Court, please til his terra exvnies. Jan. 1st. worth $2.50 3 cans 3 lb. pie peaches for 25c Mr, and Boy's Pants going now at 49c was re elected by a small majority comply with this notice and with days with her parents, In fact everything at rock botCris Sowder who has been Mrs. Mrs, P. H. Robins. W. C. Tqr-p- in worth 75c. over both . his opponents, R. E. t;he law in reference to your retom prices. suffering with cancer for some and M. A. Stevens were d.qvvn If yon fail to visit my store you Best Patent Flour 70c per sack. frqm Perkins, an.d spent a few on yesterday, Britten and J. C. MOore. P. D ports, without delay. time was operated Second Pat Flour 65c per sack. Marshal days yith hcune folks this week. Judge Frederick S, Spiegel, the Newly certainly will miss bargains. W. Marler, Drs. A. G. Lovell and J. M. Wil DeBord wa J. Elected Mayor of Cincinnati. Corn Meal 21 lb. sack for 45c. Best Overalls - - - . - 85c -r, over J. G. Anderson, by a safe tlrt ?rHams performed the operation RocJ Engin eep- - St&te of Ohio, citv of Toledo I pay the highest market prices for Eggs at all times. Mayor Hunt and his associates on ss Mrs. Sowder p ssed through the majority. Dr. A. G. Lovell, S.T, . Lucas County Watch this space later on. Democratic ticket were simply asthe ordeal nicely aud is getting along Proctor, b L. Durham. W. M. DEATH OF REV. RUNYOtf Cneney makes oath tounded by their defeat. They could Frank J. Poynter and R. L. McFerron as well as could be expected. that he is senior partner of the not believe that such a result was pos- withwere elected town trustees sible. Early returns at Democratic Dr. John Mason Williams was at Home firm of F. J. Chenev & Co., doing headquarters by telephone showed Christian Minister-Dieout opposition. business in the City of Toledo, losses everywhere over last year in here during the week. His many of Rolatives While on Visit. County and State aforesaid, and the vote between Hopkins and Eyrich Each and every stockholder of friends will be glad to learn that After an illness ot over two years that said firm will ph-- the sum of for county treasurer, when the he has located in Paris, Ky., for the Mt: Vernon Fair Associ- Rev. C. T. Runyon, formerly pas- One Hundred Dollars for each the city by 1,375. the practice of his profession in ation is earnestly requested to tor of the First Christian church and every case " of Catarrh that which he gained a wide reputation meet in the Court House in Mt. at Kingfisher, Okla., died at the cannot be cured by the use of BELL FOR INDIANAPOLIS m Louisville some years ago. Vernon. Ky , Saturday, Novem- home of M. E, Severance, 222 Hall's Catarrh Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY. 8, 1913, at 1 o'clock p. m., to He has been in the West for some ber Eleventh east, last night at 8:40 Sworn to before me and sub,: time and recently returned to Ken - receive the report of the Secre- - o'clock. He came here with his scribed in my presence, this 6th Republicans Are QJvn Second Place "Two. Killed. In Riots In Gary. tucky and located in the capital of tary for 1913, and elect Officers family, a week ago. day of December, A. D. 1886. A. Wt Qleason.. (Seal) Bourbon county in the heart of the for net year. This is" an impor? Rev. Runyon retired from active Indianapolis, Ind. Joseph E. Bell. $fatajy Pqbio, tsnt meeting and the success of Service in the Christian ministry country. blue grass Democrat, was elected Mayor of InJJaJl's Catarrh Cure is taken inthe 19 14 exhibition demands your when ill healtlj made it necessary by 5,500t ternally aid a0ts directly upon the dianapolis A. a plurality ofRepublican, LOCAL Bookwalter, Charles attention as a stockholder." It is for him to travei. A disease of blfiQd and. mucous surfaces of the on the face of the complete unofficial now time for the Secretary to the stomach was th.e cause qf his system,. J3end for testimonials, returns, received a total of 14,337 L. & N. ROUNDTRIP EXCURbegin his work for next year. death, Ljaati summer, he filled the free. votes, 123 more than were cast for Dr. you need a good pair of shoes F. J. CHENEY 8r CO., Toledo, William H. Johnson, Pro. SION. We urge every stockholder to be "First Christian church pulpit in Q. Sold by all Druggists, 75c The e.ntfre Democratic ticket was Round trip to Lexington 2 45, present. is to your interest examine the absence of Rev. K. F. Nance. Take. Hall's Family Pills, for elected. ty pluralities In the neighborYours very truly, Nov." f4. 15. 16, r7, limited to hood of that received by Bell. He leaVes a wife, Mrs. Anna constipation. 1$. S. Albright, Sec'y. the Selz line before you Nov. 25th," account Southern Medi-ca- l The Republicans, in spite of the Runyon, and a daughter, Ruth. LpST or STKA.Bp- :- Fo,ur head difficuUles they encountered, had a Association To the Voters of Rockcastle Co.? All of his other relatives, live in Of one and two year old cattle. fairly good organization and did bet I feel very grateful to you whp Illinois. He was a member of the They are b.randed. with hole in left ter tear last year, wnen Tart, ror Two experienced Wanted. to, Lady or gentleman. stood by me in my racej.'gnd He was 38 ear- and strayed from the Stewart President, and Durbin, for Governor, A. O. U. W. lodge. agents. ran a poor third. those who opposed me I hold, no, farm. A liberal reward will be High class brand uew patents. years of age. The vote was heavier than anticiill will, . paid. tor their return or any pated, in Ylew of the strike conditions. TnegfuneraJ will be held at You cannot fail. Address leading to theitreoovery National Committeeman Taggart diTo the officers elect and espept Oqlo.. and the burial The Perrine association, rected the Democratic organization J. H. WOLF, ially to the fiscal court I feel that will be London, Ky. there. Atchison, (Kans ,) Oct i7,-3- t Box 58 Wildie, Ky. and was in touch with every ward . you that the you have tasks before throughout the day. He seemed to be News. MAIDEN .RIDGE NURSERY confident from the start that Bell W. J. Childress people expect you to perform Dr. and Mrs. Rev. Runyon, whose wife was Located at Conway, Rockcastle would win by a plurality exceeding, and children, came over from manly and to the . best interest of Miss Anna Albright before her tjoj Save half your money 5,000. Bookwalter used every effort Hustonville, Saturday, to see Mrs. the whole community in general, marriage, with his family visited county. get out a winning vote, but cDnpdo$, Childress' parents, Mr. and MrF. and I have no reason to believe relatives in Mt. Vernon, less than a by ordering direct from the after hearing from a fe,w pjreofnets. nursery.- - I have a fine line of all that Bell had won by plurality of at H. McFerron who expect to leave) that you 'will not discharge your month ago. kinds of nursery stock at very least 5,000. soon for Florida, to spend the duty. I bow to th& will of the reasonable prices. Pure stock, TERMOR true to name and adapted to your winter and nrObablv make their people aud accept my defeat .graceFarm For Sale: -- A farm of y county. Send for pricelist or. Ij&wg. njh.tg. are. more, teroihlo fully, J. feel that we fought a future home. located 2 miles west of ' thaht'that of, a, mother looking an Padded Sewed and new Stirrps and St&v t Childress and good fight. There has been kindled "Brodhead, 5o acres in cultivation come to nursery. , Eatert h,er ckiild choking and gasping for G. D. Smith, family were driving out from in. me an interest for the people of and 30 acres woodland, a good Oct. rup-Ieathe- rs a reasonable price RcKraond,.Ey, breat during an attack of croup, and nothing in the house to re Stanford on their return home, my county and that . interest shall seven foo.m house. summer kitchMahy mothers have lieve. it. Dart of the harness broke, the never die. en, good barn aud outbuildings, Menfs Saddles, new, and pas-enights of terror in thia sitregards, .With kindest buggy turned over an. embank sell house with 5 acres of Or will uation. A little forethought will , W,.H.cfflpE3.,- ,- ground. A splendid location for a Ladiest Saddles, new, $5-0- 0 and ment throwing all the occupants 3?or Infants and Children, enable, you to avoid .all this. . Mrs. Childress Pav, your election bets with , a Tstore. Will sell at a bargain if sold Thi Kind You Hava some distance. Old JVJain Street back of Court Hos Chambarlain?s Cough Remedy Always Bought A broken arm ,atid other Swan or Stetson Hat from Fish's at once. Is a certain cure for croupx anthas received a .' Sears the Keep never Been known to tail. ' iriiuries. The Doctpr;and' children. ,hat department. .Wejjbow styles M : A. Stjevens.T r:h V .Signature of it at hand. For sale by all deal-ter- escaped uninjured. " ""? to fit any head or face. flrffvBfodhead, Ky. 2i South 12:19 Harve Bowman sold his small farm near Hiatt, this county, to a Mr. Su-otior $600. A sweater coat feels mighty good these frosty mornings. There is one for you at Fish's, 50c to $3. 50. Livingston elected the followLouisville 6. Nashville R. R. Co. ing town officers: Police Judge, TIME TABLE. Mablen Summers: Marshal, S. E. I i4.59 p m Hellard; Trustees. T. C. Welch. 22 north 24 north 353 a m T. J. Penningt. , W. M. Hix, 23 south n:43 a m Joe Omary. ,C. E. Rice , 79 up "No. 79" --vnen woo toCommunl cate with SIGNAL MynTn i'l" l'lIIT' "m WAFVVKmftlitWtF n am Si BmtKMS;.xa Louisville, Ky. Wood F. Alton, Progressive Candidate for Mayor, announced that he will contest the elec tion of Dr. John H. Buschemeyer as Mayor of Louisville. This announcement came at the end lof one of the most strenuous days of politics ever seen in the commonwealth's metropolis. Mr. Axton in his statement bases his intention to contest the election on the ground of fraud. Dr. Buschemeyer and the entire Democratic ticket in Louisville and Jefferson county won the day. With 45 precincts still missing, Buschemey- er leads 2,500. Bull Moose adherents are hopeful that precincts yet to be heard from will reduce his majority N BMHK3II1WI ' J COATS ex- Our climate usually goes by j tremes, so after the dryest Summer in fifty years it is most sure to be followed by months of rain, and so we are today talking RAIN CqATS ' i ickers s I ; I We 1 1 " I English ! CAM MULLINS. ! s J000E BOY'S RAIN COATS TOO 7-- rriiaw-.i- i laMsgyKiijfci -- ! t. THE HOME OF GOOD CLOTHES ANNOUNCE 1 e. - ME N T PINE HILL'S STORE UP-TO-DA- . -- -- s W. L. Overbay, PnhLL latter-carrie- JONAS McKENZIE Selz Shoes THE SELLS "ROYAL BLUE" to buy IF it . - JONAS McKENZIE MT., VERNON, KY. v - Sefi-danXak- e, lW5m at 3C3333C8g8 1 8o-acre- s AttlGQF SADDLES $4,00 up up -- As-Dr- lp-4f- c. , .' CASTORIA ": 1 f . , s. $xx2 WT: DAVIS - V. ,. " W'H ?&&& "'Vim&v' rgvtJM,f ""I'Wyi ijii mtiVCV'"' HT '? initr rTTT 'iT when this Southern truuk line o gins to materialize there will be a good t'me for "Boone Way Boosters" to be in good fighting trim with some man of mtional reports to the front to represent the interests of the people, thru whose section the read may probably be located. United action on the part of the Eleventh Congressional district, till the order is issued to locate and then wise local enterprise to pull it as near as possible to desired points will be in order. If we can't get it exactly thru our own county seat let us be just as enthusiastic as we can to nave it pa)S through our neighbor's front yard it possible. Let us remember as we go long that the time is here when the eleventh will begin to move out of the list of "pauper counties" which pull more money from the state treasury tnan it puts in. Southern and Eastern Kentucky in the next decade will be putting millions into the public treasury where heretofore it has put only .thousand, let us hope too, and work tor drawing out more for education, and less for prosecution of criminals, made so from feuds and the result of Jruuken carousals. We conclude with a "'Hip, Kentucky, Hip, Hurrah!" for tCeutucky Schools and churches, r Why Women Have Nerves M dtta&su majajtaaa aaSribaiM I The "blues" anxiety sleeplessness and warnings df pain and tress arc sent by the nerves like flying messengers throughout body and ' . 12m) nrVt Lo.H A rr uy vtt ui . nt umua. vJucti iiutlinrff may r may uui uc lUAlupamcu Vif uaAauic ui headache or bearing down. The local disorders and inflammation, if there is any, should be treated with Dr. Pierce's Lotion Tablets. Then the feels ithe tonic effect of nervous system and the entire womanly make-u- dis" " iutua YOUR -- HOPEWELL Mrs Rosanna Graves of Liv. ingston is visiting Mrs Lucy Adams of this place. Clara Car-inicand little son Raleigh spent 1 Doctor p DR. PIERCE'S tel you "for will Children Cry for Fletcher's al FAVORITE PRESCRIPTION when taken systematically and for any period of time. It is not a"cure-all,but has given uniform satisfaction for over forty years, being designed for the Mingle purpose of curing woman's peculiar ailments. " wear wooL" cold weather comfort, I'he little wool filters closely health It is best Friday with Mrs. Jerry Rash. druggists or send 50 one-cestamps for a box of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription Tablets. Ad. Dr. R.V. Pierce, Buffalo, N.Y. nt Sold in liquid form or tablets by . J Escru looman ousht to bosscss The Peoples' Conrnon Sense Medical Jld- riser tv R.V. Pierce, M.D. 1008 eases. It ansaers Questions of i Teaches mothers hovt to care for their children end tliemsehes. It's the oner--1 sencu doctor in lxu can home. Send j lone-cestamps to Dr. Pierce as aboee. , knitted together hold nutural warmth They keep oft' the chill of bitter, piercing winds We are so jealous of our reputation for com fortable, long wearing underwear that we always buy the White Cat Union Suits for men. Cable twist lisle yarn makes White Cat smooth and puts '3 season' wear" into ihera. U) PI a Meme0 ol m xjsnJ G Nsuds 7p pp DU SE3 wSi ftfA xassJ a "wasa White Cat has 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. BECAITSE-Thin- gs we get at Chan. C. Davis' Store are all right. BECAUSE Things that go wrong bought at " Chink's" place will be made right. BECiUSE The poor man's dollar is worth just as much at Charley's place as tbe rich man's. BECAUSE There are no leaks from his store ; every deal is strictly confidential . BECAUSE Chas. C. Davis is nevei grouchy if you don't buy. the comfortable Klosed-Krotc- h It is patented . This greater comfort sells more Whire Cat than any other union suits we handle. Gome in and teel the softness and smoothness ot the wool and worsted light, medium and heavy weight garments. Then, you will realize "why"' we recommend White Cat. Here's where you gel the "smoothest" underwear comfort. next-to-the-bad- y 'Tiger'' entucky good roads, aud for the Boone Way". Mrs Cynthia Nicely is on the sick list. Married, Oct, 271'.., at the home of the bride, Miss Ellen Kirby 10 Mr. Tom Doan. Mrs. Betty Kirb spent Wednesday with her daughter. Mrs. Fanny Rash. Boru'to the vife of Charlie Tyree a boy. Died, Oct. 25th Rev. Robert Belle. Bro. Belle was an aged widower of 55 years of age, he leaves three children and a host of lriends to mourn his loss. We would ouly say to the three orphans thatareleft without lather or niothei, to battle through his life the best tbey can weep not for lather for he h: s only paid the debt that we all have to pay sooner cr later, but dear children live in this world, so that when it is yours to die, that you can say that 1 am done with this world, ut I am prepared to go that better land, where I will meet papa and mama and where there is no sickness or dtath up there, but all is peace and happiness forever and vr. Mr William K'rby was the guest of his Billy Kit b, ldt week. Mr. Logan Harp spent Friday and Saturaay with Mr. William Nice'ey. a ! 1 The Kind Xou Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over SO years, has borne the signature of and has been made under his sonal supervision since its infancy. All Counterfeits, Imitations and are "but Experiments that trifle "with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. Just-as-good" t What is CASTOR I A Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor OH, Paregoric, Drops and Soothinjr Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other ifarcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worm and allays Feverishness. For more than thirty years it lias been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. 1 GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS (The end FOR ) The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THE CENTAUR COM RAN V. NEW YORK CITV. Prices, $1.00 to 2.50 Children Cry FLETCHER'S C A STOR A I ; SVED HIS FOOT. Try Him. Phone 39. THE HOWE OF GOOD CLOTHES" im , W- m m ST 31 - Aa -- ASgBSBBSgHfci RE-NU-- There's Always Something Around 3 the House that aeeds Refmishing g An old piece of furniture you hate to part with,aworn u S floors or scratched doors, and as youlook bout a AG. L you'll find infinite uses for Pee Gee la!-RE-NU-LA- WORKS WONDERS?" N n--L WT'W. A . i e your This combined Stain and Varn' is made for beautifying One You can easily apply if on any kind of 'wood. bcnie. coat works wonders on anything that neec1 refimsmng. I m m Try Pee Gee RE-NU-L- G to-da- y, :i A? expensive and assures best results always comes in 11 Natural Pee Gee Wood colors, White, Gold and Silver Enamel PEASLEE-GAULBERT lt$ in- m m m MWacturers CO., Incorporated g Louisville, Ky. I ff J6 U. G. BAKER H E K ' STOMAC TROUBLE FOB Majority-of i I FIVE YEARS Friends Thought Mr. Die, Hashes Would But taking other medfefees. J .decided to take his advice, although I dd not have any confidence in it. I One Helped Him to Kecovery. have now been taking Black-Draug- jtf for three months, and It has cured me haven't had those awful sick headaches since I began using it. I am so thankful for what Black-Draug- ht Black-Draug- Is interesting adht A- - J. Hughes has done for me." vices from this place, Mr. writes as follows: "I was down wt& Thedford's has been g. very valuable medicine for stosach trouble for five (5) years, and lowA Pomeroyton, Ky. would fcave sick headache so bad, at $ stomach and liver. It Y times, feat I thought surely I would die. is composed of pjjrg, vegetable herbs, I tried differest treatments, but they contains no dangerous jngfl&feftts, )d did not seem to do me any good. acts gently, yet surely. It gan fee y sot eat or sleep, used by young and old, Mi xnd all ray friends, except one, ttought I kept in every family chest I could J got so bad, gHouid fop would die. 4 He advised Black-Draught, me to try j and quU ' Tfedfoffc UG- - Get a package today. &y 8- Quarter. - and reluctantly tried Bucklen's Arnica Salve as a las resort. He NATIONAL HIGHWAYS hen wrote: "T used your salve and my foot was foon completely cured' Best rem3dy for burns, In the previous articles on road outs, bruises and eczema. Get a we hae been attempting to show box Only 2ac All drugnow roads have been built, and gists or by mail. H. E. Bucklen & Co , Philadelphia or St. Louis. oy what authority. We have a precedent of roads having been built at National ex perse, also at State expense, and ill of us know what has been done by the counties in maintaining a system of public roads. We failed to consider the cor poration plan for building ' turn piKes " which were maintained In individual tolls. In this concluding article of tut series we wdl speculate a httle ot National highways. We assume with confidence, 'that Nationa roads are going to be built a uational expense, and when Con gress appropriates money for tht purpose, the people of course,-wi- ll furnish the money. We wish to consider the subject sell in a cosmopolitan spirit, regardot our plans for tectional less roads : This writer believes that the in garterest in sectional roads will be qualbest served by a concerted action of all sections for trunk line as East and West, North and South thru the U. S. as the appropriation has When You can't select a better suit been tuade and a road comrniss'ou for Fall than 4130. gives you appointed, tha location of tbt truuk lines will be a subjecc of ex everything you could wish for in ,treme imporcance to the states your suit style, dressiness, fit, and sections of states- through comfort, satisfaction all at a which the lines will pass. 'Let us assume that the act low price. has been passed and the comYou'll Jife J39 missioners with their staff of minute engineers shall decide to locate a you .see it, It? a sightly, sfiFvJer trunk line from Chicago, Cleve able, handspme garment, made land or any other Jake port, to of fine, heayy some Southern point pasainj; through Kentucky Yog can sec weight, guaranteed all-wo- ol serge at once how interest will bt of just the right shade, was. aroused to have the road pass designed and tailored by 'men who thro the county seat alo ig or know how to make clothes and near the probable line of survey. course the most direct route Ql make them right. will fit you considering the typography of tn the way you want to be fitted. .country tfri w(hicn it is to be feuj r, wilj. be rs. considered aoc You take no chances whatam to-day, H. D. Fly, of Blantim, O., suffered from horrible ulcer on his foot for four yea s. Doctor advised amputatioo, but he refused COUGH A cough that bothers you is one of the danger signals which warns of consumption. Dr. King's New Discovery jtop the cough, loosen the chest, I h fever and let you sleep peace hi y. '1 he first dose checks the symptoms and gives piompt relici. Mrs. A. F. Mertz, of Glen Ellyn. Iova. writes: "Dr. King's New Discovery cured a stubborn cough alter six weeks' doctoring failed to help." Trv it, as it will do the same for you . Bent medicine for coughs.colds throat and lung troubles. Money back if it fails. Price 50a and Si 00. All dru , gts-sby mail, H. E. Bucklen & C o. Philadelphia or bt. Louis. con-tinnually A CONSUMPTIVE v an-is- yKV without carbon 3e best lubrication A r AVT AJ AiT rnnlm nnfnmnKilao h nllh Ata? HT.f)a.M.uin aa.aY-- ffMilv PAeililral Twin ..... .1 f . fi..t nual..n. r.9 Xilva 1.1.1 Ui nv larO AUIO JU Will IUr tuit.iian; ui . a UU1. M 7 nish free one 55 saL steel barrel with faucet, fine to use by you for permanent storage. Price of oil in iron bblc. 45e pr jifloa. Oritt from n yoor I uoKae, enj CHAS. C. ST0LL OIL CO. "Enriline" mirfil CaoIJ LEXINGTON. KY. (rtuc, bard oil. truniiuoo oil. nu.t..f...f Molne enjiBtj. (Rf r it w.rr.n p. Omiisrizr m uv TMXla Your Money Back If This Blue Serge Special Does Not Flilly Satisfy You! best value the have ever turned out to THE atthepriceis4130at18,50? It's a stylish, dressy ment of dependable ity, neatly and carefully made you'd care to have. It lllillHlllffliSSjMSM m 11 mWBKBIWli K Hn Jil Mil 1 llllllf illVVl III I III I l! If IlllfJ UyrimvMfimkW I uff?JW At; ?Ki- - - 3 f $e CLOTHCRAFT glue Scr&e Special EE this Clpthcraft Blue See Special trv it on examine it thoroughly cpjnparte if hjghgp puccu auus you wm qujgiy a cide that it's the best $18.50 suit you've ever seen. it such fine cloth and workmanship fH30 s ?QF pAcgCJ firmlywoyen, It It Wtl'ilP SH cuons jyift haye some jj .,'' r undertaker: 1H t M $ij,we of is ;uiieiseQ4;3d Haad-iaA(3- e Couch Caskets Cofes furnished Hearse seal to !1 jwt3 of he County All orders by Wire Promptly filled Pione94.S" r. ' W. A. COX MT. VERNON,- KY - mm fjje maftgr, no section of Kentucky "will be s materially interested as Southern and Eastern Kentucky. The Blue grass couuties mosi it them in some parts of the cowntjiQs ,,could easily dispense road. with From Maysvilie tQ Lexington thence to Richmond and from. C .vington to Lexington are fjund tome of the oldest and best 2 ads in he state. People already Wor rom Portsmouth and c Cincinnati Objo and 'points in t i i t..j: t coniu irvin.J riuuiana as jar U -i. as t,1'T J UUL 1. DCICU UUU V.14U beyond these points,, no one who cares for safety and life and prcperty, rarely venture. So nfcergst jfl You know before fm bhh im vwfej 7?u are getting in fit, v4m mi teeksj Wk it goe $h maker's guajantge pf all-wool, ever on 4130. by producing 4130 in vast quantities that the makers can afford to put into It is only lasting shape, &l't fqr $e Ipw, prjee of SJg.SQ. jnodels long. and saris-facto- ry e afftpnl premium. insurance, without paying wear and servicea gyaf-antethat .gives you clothes a Young MSR: AWMS Mn them you'll find a style that uis. ypu. We have a big stock of 4130. They won't last JBetter get fitted now. in me aji4a yarje 8f fai9ne - i t.J i- 1 .-i Sutton iMcBce A I ri