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Mount Vernon signal: November 21, 1913 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1913 mou1913112101_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: November 21, 1913 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1913 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ?2&prmP,lw$i!w',' "T lte' i 1 V 1 aiiV ' t 5 Published Every Friday VOLUME XXVII. '"--- - - f-'V- "" 'MmA wvraw annoiL MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER LOJL&G-8TON- . " ""rw','''-i"- -- fn' Established 1887 21 1913 lMBWI1lM, NUMBER 8 I & We Goods got the , Mr. and Mrs. George Poynter have been very sick for some time. - Mrs. W. G. Nicelev has returned from Berea, where she was called a few days ago on account of the serious 'illness of her sister, Mrs. Andrew Isaacs. Mrs. John Graves has moved to Mt. Vernon and will make that city her future home. George Doss has a position as foreman in the yards at Dan ville, Ky. J. B. JDonelly has re- - I WE CAN SAVE FOR YOU j IStoSOon your purchases e turned from a few day's visit with friends inKnoxville, Tenn. John Clark- is very sick at this writing. Dr. R. G. Webb :has purchased three houses and lots of the Bowman estate on Main street; price paid $1,500. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Royalty, of Louisville ,are visiting their daughter, Mrs. J. W. Terry, at this place. Frank Orndoff, cf Louisville, is visiting his mother, - We have been doing it lor-thpast twenty years for more than a thousand people throughout Rockcastle. What we have been doing for others we can do for you. v 'Sla Jf $18 and $20 ril Mrs. J.W. Orndoff." Sheriff-elec- t Cam Mullins, of Mt. Vernon, was in our town Tuesday. Mrs. Arch Furnish, of Mt. Vernon, was here between trains, Wednesday. Born to the wie.of John Mullins on the 11th, a fine bov. Mother and babe both doing well. Mrs. $8.50 and $10 Lair, of Rse Hill, is with her daughter, Mrs. John Mullins. Now that the, electirn is over, T. B. COATS COATS let's NOW NOW $13.98 In all the new materials $12 50 and $15.00 COATS NOW $7.98 ASTRAKHANS $25 and $35 Coats now And all the NJSW MATERIALS all drop politics. We failed to get our choice but at some future date we will rally our forces again. Of course? there is at present too much of a Republican ma jority in this county, but their majority is gradually falling off and it will not be many years until the rooster will be a victorious bird in this county, so let's be satisfied with the way it went at present and be thankful that it is no worse, C. A. Blanford was Monday, attending court. Mrs. Nora Jenkins is visiting Miss Essie Pike, at Pineville. Miss Ethel Hayse is with her Jsistej;, Mrs.EddvQuinn, at Paris, ivy. aars. Martha Clancy, is visiting her son, CJyde, at Paris Ky. in Stanford, we bought and put on sale the Bankrupt Stock of A. Spiegel & Co. This Stock consisted of Men's and Boys' Clothing, Ladies' and Misses' Cloaks, Suits, Men's Hats and Caps, Men's, Boys, Ladies' and Children's Sweaters Overcoats, Raincoats, Notions, &c, &c, &c, which we are selling 50 per cent lower than the same can be sold for in the regular way. We do not handle goods that are made solely for the purpose to sell cheap. We sell high grade goods at cheap goods prices. Our spot cash works wonders when it comes to buying goods. OUR TRADE HAS DOUBLED- Since We Underbuy. to think we could not afford to do it. We offer none but good dependable Merchandise. We Undersell. Our spot cash does the work. Don't let our low prices lead yon $9.98 Other models as low as A $5 Astrakhan and Imitation Persian Lambsatin lined.. $21.59 Other Coats $5 $8.50 Do You Need: Dry Goods, Notions CARACULS "" NOW Clothing, Furnishings, Hats, Caps Shoes, Clocks, Jewelry, "Groceries, Provisions, Hardware, Queens-war- ef Enamelware, Tinware. Salt, Stoves,. Ranges, Furnitures-Carpet-s,; Druggets. American Fence, Barb or Smooth Wire nr ANY thing else you can think of ? If you want what you want $6."50 s u ITS SUITS $10, $12.50, $15 $25 and up to pairing' her thing looks town. Earl ness course J. Mrs. Sue Mullins has been reproperly and everyneat in that part of Rice is taking a busiin Cincinnati, O. K. JPen-nington, BLUE AND BLACK SERGE, CHEVIOTS & NOVELTIES Coats made in 'length. three-quart- er GUARANTEED SATIN LININGS 'A Vm i 'KM A If II SUTTON BKODHEAI). - McBE E LMr 3 THE CLOTHCRAFT STORE and old and highly respected citizen of Mrs. J. H. Ward this week. our town died suddenly Mrs Alice Tate, of Mt. Vernon, i Wednesday morning from heart was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Sherly failure. He was very feeble, vet Tate and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. able to be up, and his death was Tate during the week. if. W- - unexpected. Besides a wife he Tate was in Lancaster the first of leaves a l.are family to mourn the thoweek. W. R. Brown, of Louis- loss of an affectionate father. His ville, was the guest of Mr. ami remains were taken tp Ottawa Mrs. Jacob Elder Thursday and laid to rest in an this week. Mrs. Wilmott Eldr, mother o o'd family burfng ground- our good friend Jacob Elder, is W. J. Brown was in town Wedquite sick this week. Mrs. H. E. nesday with a load of mill feed Roberts, of Junction City, was, the from the Walnut Grove .Roller guest of Mrs. Loutisha Roberts Mills. S. L. Cummins was here this week. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. from Crab Orchard, Wednesday. Hilton, of Stanford, were the The two Unas. Davis' were in guests of her parents, Mr. and this section this week looking for Mrs. J. R. Cass Tuesday. Miss the much sought bird, and we Jude McCall is with her sister they had some sucMrs. J. J. Albright this week. cess. An entertainment was Mrs. F. J. Larue, of Louisville is given at the Christian Church, with Mrs. Mary Albright this i Monday evening, by four people, week. Mr, and Mrs. S. L. Tate three of whom were blind. It of Moristown, Tenn.; are-wit- h her, was well attended and greatly enmother Mrs. Linda Benton. joyed. It was surprising to see John D. Pike was here from Leb- bow these blind folks acquitted anon Junction a few days this themselves, r and- it should be a weak. H.,E. Christie returned valuable lesson to those 'who claim home this we.ek from a visit to that ill fortune have always attendhis mother in Blue Field, W. Va. ed them to see how these people Jacob Elder was eallefl to Quail are making an .honest and legiti-matliving There is no excus on account of the serious illness, of fcr well people to be without em his mother. Miss Florence Har- plpymeut, and, were they ris, daughter of E. L. Harrisand energetic as these blind half as folks, iarlShafe'r, son of MrsiMary there would he nobody left in Shftfer, drove to Mt.' Vernon town to loaf In business houses Wednesday and were married. and public places. They are splendid young people and wc wish-thdmuch FOR FLETCHER'S George Albright,, an e -- Ohio, are the guests of Mr. Wade, son of E. L. Skidmore, is very sick with pneumonia. J. Thos Cherry, one of Crab Orchard's best merchants, was m town Tuesday on business. Mrs. Joe Sowder and son, of Paint Lick, were visiting relatives in Spiro section during the week. J.Thos. Cherry sold a house and lot on Silver street to Mrs. CeliaTurpen consideration $6i0. Mr. and Mrs. John. Robins and .daughter Mildred returned frornn ten days visit to relatives in GjTcrard county. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Pike, of Corbin,'are spending a few days whh his parents, Rev. and Mrs. A. J. Pike. Charlie is taking the advantage of the hunting season for his' vacation. Mrs. Lum Poynter, of London, was the guest of Mr. ana Mrs. I. R.. Storm during the week. George M. H. Barnes, an old Civil War soldier, died at bis home Wednesday afternoon. He had been serious ly afflicted for several months, yet his death was quite a suprise to a great many. His remains were laid to rest in the Baptist Church cemetery Thursday afternoon. He is survived by his wife who has been paralized in her lower limbs for fifteen, years, and cannot walk a step. Sympathy is extended to Mrs. Barnes iaher " sad bereavements. Mrs. Will Ward and cKildrea.of - Hamilton, happi-ness.-Uhc- le C&ildren Cry OASTOR-- I A Drummond has purchased the stock of goods of T. J. and will run the business old stand. at the Mrs. R. j. Lemonds and daughter, little Miss Eizabeth. are in London, Ky. J. E. Woodall, the hustling sale man, was with our merchants. Tuesday. Uncle James Mahaffey Is very low at this writing, O. D. Bryant has -- taken second trink 1 at Sinks, Ky., and I. VV. Catin is a. freight agenit at Livingston, a Bill Bullock, of Lebanon, is work C3 3 tea c3 ing second trick copyer, while Joe .3 Childress learns the road. Pad Owens, of Mt. Vernon, is here CQ pK -H with his picture machine'and from a r2 ? e3 what we can learn is doing well. O The writer was in Cincinnati last week and while there met several of the Rockcastle friends who are Si getting along well. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Griffin, Mr and Mrs. Egbert Hayes, Mr. and Mis. Alex Wells. Alllive in Cumminsville and all LETEL UEE;1H. have good positions. Mr. and Mrs. j ohn Preston live in IvoryT dale and is a merchant. Mr. aqd Mr. W. E. Hasty nas moved Mrs. S. $.Hell8rdvgrein London, train Stanford to the farm he Mpnday Dr. W. ft. Joyner was recently purchased of the Brown wmapu, Aipnaav. in heirs. Rey. John Soward filled State of Ohio, qitv.of Toledo j ss his regular appointment here last Lucas County Saturday and Sunday. C. V.. Frank J, Cnene- makes oath Prioe has accepted a position with that he is senior putner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing a Mr. Cummins at Stanford as business in the City of Toledo. clerk in a general store. Mrs. County and State aforesaid, and Gladys Anderson returned to her that said firm will py the sura of home at Mullins Station WednesOne Hundred Dollars for each day after spending several days and every case oi Catarrh that cannot be cured bv the use nf with her sister and other relatives and friends, Miss Kate DeBord Hall's Catarrh Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY. was the guest of her sister Miss Sworn to before me and sub- Ols, near Wildie, from Friday 'till scribed in my presence, this 6th Monday. Little Andry Poynter day of December, A. D. 1886. has returned home from a visit (Seal) " A. W. Gleason. Notary Pub'ic. to her sister Mrs. John Nicetey. Mrs. Mollie Hatcher has reHalUs. Catarrh. Cure is taken internally and acts directly upon the turned from a very pleasant visit blood and mucous surfaces of the with her daughter at Jackson and system. Send for testimonials, two sons at Norton, Va.x an.d free. Lebanon Jet. Miss Qra Brown F J. CHENEY fr CO., Toledo, spent a few days l$s,t week with O. Sold by all Druggists, 75c Take Hall's Family Pills for friends at Mucins, Statfan. The constipation. series of meetings that is being conducted at Mt Pleasant by Kev's. Phelps and Cummins will I probably cohfirjue till Sunday J or Infants aad CMldr. next. Dr. G. B. awrence was ThUM Yw Havi Ahriys t in Mt. Vernon last IFriday on busi Bears the ness- .- O. J. Mullins who has Signature of been umfiuedtto his room for some P when you want it m - DEPARTMENT STORE u 31 CD Come to Baker's CO JO z l- H U. G. Baker Mount Vernon Buy of Us and Save co 3s 1 g" I" sa to co JJ -- co 2s a? O g- 3-0 n ) CO si, CD CD U w s?w B G" SS nee 6 e CD oa CO r-- t- en c S- C 15 to 50 n 3 CD O ft) r 1 o-- i. 2 - a & - time is improving and it is hoped that he will soon be out again, Miss Mary Mae L athim was down from Langdon Dormitory the latter part of last week Mrs. Ruth Brown visited her daughter, Mrs. J. Majors at Bandy, returned home. Win. H. Brown was in Mt. Vernon one day last week. Miss Dahlia Baily who is teaching' in the Eastern part of the county was the pleasant guest of Miss Mollie Owens Saturday and Sunday. She was accompanied back by her sister Miss Cuba. W. T. Todd the barber from Mt. Vernon, was here a few days last week. A CONSUMPTIVE COUGH Graded High School Notes. Miss Sally e Reynolds is in school again, after an absence of two weeks, on acceunt of tonsili-tis- . been good all year. On Wednesday morning Nov. 26 the school will have Thanks giving exercises in thechapel from 8:30 to 9:30. All are invited to The High School attendance ha? atttend. The giris and boys basket ball teams uefeated the London teams by the scores of 14 to 12 and 18 to Satnrday on the home 13 last grounds. The boys have won five aud the girls three games tUs year. . A cough that bothers you is one of the danger signals which warns of consumption. Dr. King's New Discovery stop the, cou.gh, loosen the ohest, banish fever andj let you sleep peacefully The Srst dose checks the con-tinriual- ly Farx For Salk: 16o acres of well improved knd, practically all level and under high state of cultivation, 8 room brick house, new barn 40x80 the Snestln the county new granary and tool shed, sew hog and hen house. 6 mites from Batesvillea city o? 3000 a&d a good market R. F. D., telephone, good pike rotds. Price 1 $60.00 per acre. ;.k P.O. Box 99, .j-.- i I s CASTOR A Btf J Zt&i gists, bv mail, H, E. BockleaA Co. Philadelphia or St. Loms. symptoms and gives prompt relief. Mrs. A. F. Mertz, of Glen Ellyn. Iowa, writes: "Dr. King's New Discovery cured a stubborn cough after six weeks' doctoring failed to help." Trv it, as it; wjll- do the sa m e for you . Beot .Bfcdi'chie for coaghs,colds, throat and luag troubles. Money back" if it faUs. Price 50c. and $x oo. All drug- Betesvflfe J&. Oliilreii Ott CA3TOW14 . r i Y-- r- p- "Kta&t' Wti Iff- ."Mi" MT.--VERN- I - tf1- - i'' ? 5 Carlisle. The turkey pens will close here to day; for. the Thanks giving marke't, 5,000 N dressed Friday, Nov. 21, 19 13 birds having been shipped to Boston, Mass. About Slo.000 was v :Publish.d every Fridayby paid out for turkeys in Nicholas EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT, county. Paducab. Orfver Jones, Market $I.OO DESCRIPTION ONE YEAR master, has resigned, sayije he did not care to serve longer undr Advertising rates made known on the present Board of Pubjir application Works. His regignation takes ef ," feet December 1, lot. MEMBER OF Lancaster. Former State RepKENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION resentative S. D. Cochran, of this city, bought the farm of the late W. S. Walker, near Point Leavell, Garrard county, at $loo. an acre, posession to be given on ON SIGNAL -- it J, Wm,CJ&&" iu "VA. iM$mm m BAKING Wi'W si&Sfev&SsP that's you are EM ECONOMY looking one thfcA..ese dnrs oMraeuxKci for in - Ktttf fi'V of high living cost Calumet insures a wonder ful saving in your balling. But it does more. mmijikCMi UMEf . Cost s tMKC Bakes Better JaStbrnrimM &, F-- STYU6 CI.OTHII. jii' POWDER .M r' Ml" the Lamp Oil that m V Saves Eyes 216-acr- e Nothing Is" more important In the home than clear, steady light. Injure ihls by getting the oil that burns clear and clean without ft flicker down to the last drop. Pennsylvania crude oil refined to perfection. Costs no more than the inferior tankwasjon oils saves MONEY saves WORK raves eyes, i Your dealer has SOLITE OIL In barrels direct from our works. THEY PREFER OURS . January 1. J'H'HAtHYtWW'Ll f 1 ' Carlisles. Petitions are being asking the If a Congressman chose to put signed herean ordinanceCity Coun cil to enact prohibithis frank on a white elephant and shops from opening on ing barber send it through the mails he could get the animal through if the mail Sunday. The plan is approved by some of the barbers themselves. cars would hold him. Georgia Winchester. lot long ago an Eastern maga- Moss was called-- - Mrs. to Bowling Tuday zine investigated the record of a certain Congressman and found Green by the critical illness of her that for many years he had been sisier, Miss Natalie Deneale. She sending- - annually through the was joined in Louisville by her mails the weight equivalent of sister, Mrs. Caroline Huggins. Bowling Green. many elephats . In fact he was Landon S. Uncle Sam carry a whole M cGiunis, of this city, has been making appointed private secretary to menagerie of animals. franking privilege is one Judge W. E. Settle, of the Court The that Congressmen should retain, of appeals in Frankfort. He will providing tuey do not abuse it. assume his duties the first of JanIt is abuted when partisan speech- uary. es, frankly intended as campaign Carlisle. While Killing hogs material, are dispatched far and near Mt. Moriah, this county, Jack wideinder the frank, as was done King, a farmer, was accidentally previous to the last Presidential shot, the bullet entering the left election. corner of his mouth and lodging The free use of the mails was in his neck. Mr. King will re" given to enable members ot House cover. or Senate to keep their constitn- - Winchester. Former Coroner ''eqts informed as to what they I Brfnegar is suffering with small- were doing in Washington, to pro- pox The Witherspoon school vide for the circulation of public was closed Tuesday to prevent the documents likely to prove of edu- spread of the disease. cational value and to distribute Somerset. Bruce Jarboe. aged the Things which the Department seventeen years, son of Gen. For-maof Agriculture offer? to the pubof the Columbia. Singletree lic. Much fun is poked at the Company, was instantly killed seed distribution, but the fact is Monday morning when his cloththat, 'so long as seeds are given ing became entangled in a line away by the government for the shaft at the factory and he was purpose of encouraging the growagainst the rafters over- ing of certain plants, vegetables hurled ucu.u. uis aauii was ui ueueu auu and grain, distribution through his body badly torn. the Congressmen is the one logical way. that each district GRAY HAIR MADE ITS ORn, Cfias. C. Stoll Oil Co. Lexington, Ky. Refinery at Warren, Pa, We sell the celebrated "NoCarb" Auto Oil. I i Itinsures wholelonie food.tasty food uniformly raised food. Calumet is made rij;lit to scll.right to bake right Ask one of the millions of women who use it or ask your grocer. . RECETVTD HIGHEST AWARDS World's Pcre Food Exposition, Chic? so. Peris Exposition, Frscce, March, 1912. UL ES2rSZPS?35 Tan can't sare tnoner wlieu Ton bar chela cr bl?can tialcinc Dowser. Haa't hm rakIJ. Bnv Calamf. It'i Doie economical ncrs wtclmat sitcs best reioUs. Calaxct is fir sssetior to jonr milk ud sodl. pq" k Col. J. H. Acklen, of Tenessee, yesterday was commissioned chief warden of the United Slates, under Fedeval the recently enacted migratory bird law. No Wonder, Simple as A B C. Ours Cost Less Ours Wear Better They Have More Style It's about as difficult to describe these new-clothes msmmxsmVEi Eew nights are more teroible ban that of a mother looking on ler child choking and gasping for teath during an attack of croup, tud nothing iu the house to re ieve it. Many mothers have jis ed nights of terror in thia A little forethought will enable you to avoid all this. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy '? a certain cure for croup and has never been known to tail. Keep it at hand. For sale by all sit-latio- n. ALIGHT OF TERROR as to write about the prettiest girl at a Leap Year Party. You've got to see her with your own eyes. Maybe you'll like her if you don't there are others. So, if one suit doesn't please you, we've another. It's a question of taste. Prices ? That lies with you. The better the clothes you buy, the longer they last and the better they look while you're wearing them. But everyone prefers ours. They are best. The Helping Hand you can most surely depend upon in time of trouble is your bank acBetter start to acquire a count big one by depositing what you have in ou'll Find the necessity of thinking before paying a great Incentive to saving. When trouble comes what you have been prevented from frittering away will make a comfortable balance . One thousand leadin of the continent will e- ceive fellowships at the openiu, p- in Chicago of the American College of Surgeons. . Niue officers and 125 bluejackets from American battleships yester day were granted an audience with the Pope at Rome. to-nig- ht - E. ,L COCKRELL LIVINGSTON, KY. NERVOUS AND SICK The Bank of Mt-Verno- n- The Bank of RHEUM AT SO SUFFERERS SHOULD USE SVIt. Vernon ges its share. IGINAL COLOR. v -- f i . dt is apparent, though, that with the abuses of the frank which have been noted, the people have the rightrto put a reasonable limit .on the use of the mails. It must not be forgotten ttiatin the end the public pays the bill.. Just how much of a factor the frank has been in the deficits of previous years is a question whieh must remain unanswered for lack of sta tistfcs on the subject. ' It is now proposed to give each Congressman a specific quantity of special stamps, on the exhaustion of which we wiil have to pay postage. This should conserve reasonable use of the mails and at tbo same time prevent abuse of the privilege. CLIP THIS NOTICK ITS WORTH 50c falling out, itching scalpjjor dandruff, apply Q Ban hair color re-- s orer to gray hair and scalp. Not a dye, but it brings to the hair sur lace the original color nature gave. your hair. Make gray hair, brown, black, auburn or its original ( color of 17 or 18 years of age. Never fails. Perfectly harmless, delightful to use Q Ban makes hair soft, full of life, beautiful. Stops dandruff, itchine: scalp and falling hair. Complete directions for home treatment of the hair with each bottle. 50c by parcel post, or return this notice and $1 and we will delher you three bottles. If not satisfied by its use we give you back $1.50. Address Hessig-Elli- s Drug C, Memphis, with gray, white, faded, brittle, If your hair is gray, streaked ' Rheumatism SCIATICA. The Best Remedy Fop all forms of Children Orv fM FLETCHER'S CA 3TO R A I Torpid liver, constipated bowels and disordered stomach are the causes of these headaches. Take Dr. King's New Life Pills,, jou will be suprised how quickly you will get relief. They stimulate the different organs to do their work properly. No better regulator for liver and bowels. Take 25c and invest in a box At all druggists or by mail. H.E Buck- len& Co., Philadelphia or St. Louis. to-do- $19.99 T T'S easier and more conven- - ient to write a check for this amount than to count mt. a ten, a five and four ones, a half, a quarter, two dimes and. four pennies . A checkiug account in our bank does, away with all such bothersome difficulties for you always have the right change when you write a checks But that is merely one of the many adantages chief among which is HI t - C, Williams, W, ATTORNEY-AT-LA- VERNON. KY." OFFICE. - On 2nd. floor o The Texas Wonder cures kidney The Bank of Mt. Vernon , on Churc and bladf er troubles, removing street. Special attention given to collections. grauel, cures ciahets, weak and A. MT. -- TEXAS WONDER. Automatic Bookkeeping. BANK WITH US GOUT. NEURALGIAS AND WPNEY TROUBLES. LUMBAGO. of the kidneys all irregularities and in boty men and women. Regulates bladder troubles in children. If not sold by your druggist, will be sent by mail on receipt of 81 00. One small bottle in two months treatme-it- , nd seldom tails to perfect a cure. Send for testimonials from his and other states. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 Sold Olive street, St Louis, Mo. by Druggist. Phone No. 80. 5TOJ THE PAINJ kGivosQuIckRcItcfi Ko Other Remedy. una it FOUND, the place to buy Spectacles and Eyeglasses for $1.50.and up. Gold, Silver and Aluminum Frames. Largest selection in town. Eyas tested Free. Years of experienoe. JEWELER AND OPTICIAN. COX POUND! PEOPLES BANK MT. VERNON, KY. Tenn. r?9Ff$mft Swanson Rheumatic Cure Co W.68W,tak0St..CICA6 DECLARE WAR ON COLDS 9AMPIE rRWT OH RSQU5ST J. C. MOORE BROS, STORE TT 11 OVER THE STATE Somerset. The election held in BEREA AND GOOD ROADS In response nor to the call of Gover s McCreary county November 4 to decide tne location of the county and which was won by Whitley City by 200 votes, has "been congested by the adherents of Pine Knot. It.i8 charged that in ten precincts votes cast for Pine Knot we're counted for Whitley City; several voting places were kept open until after 40' clock, and that whisky and money were used to votes, and that the the order calling ot the election was illegal. Richmond. Deputy Marshal J. A. Coleman ..brought twenty al- legedVbootleggrs from Danville and Pulaski county to stand trial '- -. x Court, which con- ' '"vened here Monday. There are ..ahouthjryjothers, from various 'V, '" 4 lacscS.ajrged with elicit whiskey Veiling.inaVYnaking. The most " cake to come up is that ' ""FrantrBnriejvchaJged with ob in-flun- ce T students A cruade of education which Berea College, Berea, Kentucky, aims "that common colds mav be- turned out in full force ou October come uncommon within the next 28 to work the roads. generation" has been begun by n of The normal, the college and the vocational departments, with their deans and other faculty members worked with a will. Many of these students are not Kentuckians, but they went anyway. Owing to the impossibility of providing tools enough for all the students, the academy and foundation schools did not work, but are planning to do so at an early date. The young women of the normal department walked out to the dinscene of activities and ner for the young men of their department. T ev afterward joined in the roadmaking and added spice in the way of songs and" good cheer to the shovelling and plowing. A King spliMog drag was made with the help of the students, and its efficiency as a dirt roadmaker was demonstrated in the presence . 1 i t 11 ot tne siuaencs ana citizens wno joined in the labor of the day. Southern Good Roads, Lexington, N. C, 1 A A 1 McCreary. the I fcafciTt5l(4?t s Tv r-- MT. VERNON, rrmrii Dentist I .M. X y$&a$yc& & KY, resistance." prominent New York physicians. Here is a list of the "don'ts" which the doctors say will prevent the annual visitation of the cold: "Don't sit in a draughty car." "Don t sleep in hot rooms." "Don't avoid the fresh air." 'Don't stuff yourself at meal 3 time. Overeating reduces your Fron tRooms over Baker's Store Phone 49-- GRANVILLE OWENS : y$x3f Brodhead 3ecD0C3BC3oC9e3K6SBCa-- 1 Undertaker Ky JvC. McCLARY liB3 CRACK-PROOF- S UNDERTAKER and EMMlHEB COMPLETE LINE Coffins, quickly as possible. To accomplish that you will fiud Chamberlain's Cough Remedy most excellent. Sold bv all dealers Two experienced .arlir acrarttc ev nrti flftmnn High class brand uew patents. You cannot fail. Address X To which we would add you take a co!d get rid of it when as Caskets and Robe-Mail- , Telegraph or Tele phone orders Promptly Filled 1mm ift Wanted. ' Slickers Fully protect? the wearer in the heaviest rains. Especially good for teamsters and others exposed to the weather. We sell the faraoas K' The Perrine Association, Box 5S London, Ky. :83$3c3cc 3iej833883i 'cee 'joaUrf'There in are about Tinirtyjive wuneses mis case. -- , ,. . .v ! . v His boe.is ranklia. nf ar Danville. The largest Conntv in years 'Y4Srtc(roissenbied 1 One hundred rre sold to ; . and "fcVtvSiules buyer's froaj, four States tor $4.-- ; carloads of dressed , 7k- ' shipped East. turkeys were iwas hrt Mosday. To Methods of .dealings with white slavery were considered yesterday UjJCentncky female moonshiner, was by the International Purijby Con iVHrMtiui la fSMil I'amn Mrtnilav gr.eBStClif ord G. Roe, of Chicago, ee prisoa sent- making the principal address. jlbr v r Wkitesburg.-XaHnieUmphr- eys A small farm of abount 30 acres, known as the Dickey Smith place, located about One mile from Mt Vernon, on the Langford road. Good house and farm in fair condition. '" If sold at William Sulzer yesterday filed once will sell at a bargain. Address A. Bryant, an' affidavit of expenditures, Livingston Ky amounting to $200, as a.candidate Nov. 14 31 for the Assembly in the Sixth CAUSE OF INSOMNIA. district. As-sewb- ly Farm for sale Crack -- Proof quality one that we can guarantee abso- SADDLES Mount Vernon Monumental lutely waterproof at $3-5- 0 Wc - WORKS rup-Jeath- ers Padded, Sewed and new Stirrps and Stir--' at a reasonable price Stand By What You Buy1 Manufacturers of and 'VljDEALEK in Marbles ana Granite Monuments of all Estimates furnished kinds. on application. GEOs. years fata6u.ai se Eastern rferartji w cause of in somnia is. disorders of the stomach and constipation. Chamberlain's Tablets correct these disorders and enable you to sleep. For sale by. all dealers. The most common $4.00 and tip Ladies' Saddles, new, $500 and up Men's Saddles,- new, - Old Main Street back of Court House. w The Home of Good Cbthes OWENS Propr. W T. DAVIS s Pone 112 K V v Jj l Hi w - MT. VERNON SIGNAL Mr. Vernon, Ky., Nov. 21, " LOCAL 79 1 ts - 1913 If you failel to get Coat Saturday get it Fish's. a Hunting- 1 today at : cats w(lh SIGNAL "S. fi up "No. 70" wnen V O sv"at tocommum a, xy '"ft w S N Men who buy Fish's (iuarapteed Clothes get their money's worth. Ask them. The oerson who never does more than he is paid to do, never j pets nav for more than he does. No Substitutes RETURN sent you for Roy&i Powder. to the grocer all1 Bak-b'in-g louisviux A. Nashvillc R.R.Co. TIME TABLE. 2 .- - Prepare for the blizzard that is coming this way. Get' an Overcoat, $5 to $i5. at Fish's to-da,rner-chant- There is no substitute for ROYAL. Royal is a pure, cream of tartar baking powder, and healthful. Powders offered as substitutes are made from alum.- - MR. WILSON'S TURKEY THANKSGIVING .;m 111 '? uortn ?! 24 north 23soutri 21 South.., The M. J. Miller field lying on Dr. G. H. Albright, of BarbourNotice To The Telephone ville, in writing the secretary of Richmond street opposite Graded Users. The new switchboard at B. VV- - B. B. at this place says: school grounds has been purchased Mt. Vernon exchange is to fce inOne of Mt. Vernon's additions Sunday with her grand parents, "I received the 18 Boone Way of Walter Miller by Judges work beginning on Saturof which we should be proud, is Dr. and Mrs. Francis. and Lewis who have laid stalled, buttons last night and I raised the day. Service over lines and in Misses Georgia Amyx and Tem the new exchange- building, a price from lo cents to 1.00 and it off in building lots which are exchange will be very limited for handsome two story structure. pest Ward, werethe guests of Mr went on the streets today and sold now on sale. The location is a a couple of days- - While the transand Mrs. S. F. Bowman, from The new switch board has arrived them to the enclosed list of names very desirable part of town fer is being made from the old which is one of the latest out and Friday until Sunday, last; at the latter price. Please send reached by concrete sidewalks. A board to the new. Take it easy if When the new service is put in certificates. number of lots have already been Will Kirby, Lon Hansel, Logue is a little-- extra ringing of we will have telephone We will hav&a meeting tomor- spoken for and substantial houses there Tayloy, G rover Sowder and Geo. operation your 'phone on account of crosses. will be second to" row, Thursday night, and I will will be built thereon soon. Herald, left last night for London service that none. hand in to the chairman the literato enlist in the Regular Army. W. M Bullock, the Hansford THE DAINTY SWEET BOOK ture you sent on the important Crowds from Europe, Atty. G. G. Brock stopped over merchant on Monday last shipped THE RREAD AND movement. I will Boone Way Sunday night on his return from Says Samuel Hill. & Co., Cincinnati comPASTRY BOOK give you names of officers electLouisville to spend a short time b Jelke mission merchants, 5oo rabbit?; THE DESSERT BOOK ed." with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Fish. 5o Cents each, Prepaid ror whicy he pad iscts, making (New York Sun.) It is moved that Dr. Albright J. W. Rider went to Louisville a total value of $82.50. This was $2 00 Set, Six Books, Prepaid who is known as be hereby dubbed Chief Booster Samuel Hill, Tuesday to buy his plaster and the I by far the largest shipment of rab Beautifully Embossed Covers, the "father of good roads inAmer-ica,- '' for Knox county. He is certainly balance of the material necessary bits ever made from the county three and four colors in attractive has returned to New York a hustler. A list of Barbourville tor patting the finishing touches Maretburg the rabbit town, not Carton Mailers. Money refund- from his annual inspection trip of contributors will will be given in still the Green I on the Rockcastle. ed if not delighted excepted. with these Europeau roads. next issue of Signal. W. M. We are glad to report that Mr. Hillsaid full line of Goods Land prices that, as many Rant Ballard, who has b en neld books. MOST IDEAL CHRIST Owens, the Burr merchant and Every member of the Commer MAS PRESENTS. tourists as go to Europe each sumin Mt. Vernon jail for some time, better ever prince of good fellows who has charged with obtaining a number INTERNATIONAL PUBLISH- mer would come to this country cial Club requested to be on hand' nigt, important! been so very sick for the past two ING CO. from Europe ii ve had roads here next Tuesday of horses, mules, etc., under false is now on the road or three weeks business, matters in which we are Children's Bear Skin Coats $1 .28 pretense, began bleeding profuse Security Bldg., Los Angeles, Cal. fit lor their motor cars, to recovery. He is convinced that there is no allihterested.. Don't forget next 'The Editor of t"ie Signal has ly at the nose yesterday morning Sox, pair J 4c Heavy Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Tate are and it was several hours betore it just received one of the Afternoon reason why this country should Tuesday evening. visiting uomefolks here and Brod- could be stopped. Jail life seems Tea Books and one of the , Bread not surpass England in road build-iog- . Menrs Heaay Fleeced Under- -. S. T. Proctor is pushing the head. Shirley has bought a half to be getting the better of him, and Pastry Books As our roads are now, said work on Hotel Boone Way with a and they are 75c per wear, interest in a drug store at When certainly beautiful books in every Mr. Hill, they are the worst of dozan or more workmen. and that he might Jiave mole , water, Tenn., the style of, the firm J Flour, Guaranteed quarters he Tjas request sense of the word and contain the any civilized country in the finisht it- will be one of the most ' "being Tate &. Childress. n complete hostelri.es in South Eest-ered that he be sent to London or most select line of receipts that I world. 63c per sack George V. Steep, who has writ- Stanford, to await the action of have ever seen. Our readers will was This summer's trip abroad Kentucky survey-o- t ten some mighty good Boone Way the Grand Jury which meets the appreciate these books sure. Mr. Hili's thirty-eightTrainmen and engineermen on And all other goods at the very Lowest Prices. literature for us was injured in a first Monday in January. They are very dainty and at the the "roads of Europe-- . He went as the Soutnern Pacific yesterday de1 buy right and sell cheap, and if YOU want President of the, American Road train wreck near Tiffin, Ohio, three same time very practical. " livered an ultimatum declaring The week before tne election laid up in an weeks since He is to save money, come to the Green Front. Builders Association. ;,ooo men would strike just about the time we Had three V Indiana hospital and is slowly "If we ..could ever turn the fourths of our issue for that week night unless heir, demands were Roll Of golden tide of American travel to ' printed, our press broke and'W ward oui own shores it would im met. Mrs. C. C. Williams went to was.impossible to finish, and as mediately be.tqUoVGd by European L uisville yesterday and will more the result the papers going to a. travel to "this counti ," said Mr. . 'than likely spend the winter there few post offices were left off, and ' that we. lack is highHill. be under some of those offices happened to 'with.her daughter, and . - V.Vi ways to make the United States frpatniPnt of SDBCiallSt. 1 Dnr be A letter in Laurel county. 1 and Canada the- Mecca of the Williams' absence Mrs. received Wednesday broke the iner Mrs .. . m . Boone "Way Fund. Citizens of world's tourists. "We have the . ,..! Vv-M&rwiuiams .anu. mis. vjcu news to us that 'in our enort, to sixteen live and bushing cities scenery. ana tne nest railroads,' Brown, mother and sister of Atty. elect Wat B. Sewell Representative IH an-towns, outside of, and in ad- but we have tne poorest highways. 9 C. C. Williams, will move to bis over C. R. Luker,that we dition to, Rockcastle county points "The road question is the most home to live. left over-- ' certain lists. have contributed to printing and important one before the American W. T. Houk was here this week Such a atatement is too silly to be postage fund-- , from January 25th Our Government visiting his sister, Mrs. Robt. even lecognized, regardless of the? to November 5th i9r3, as follows: people has been singularly backward, and. Cox. Last June he met with an fact that the strongest article in Barbourville' 22.oo . experimentation has had to be. acdidenr in the mines at T. J. Mr. Se well's behaitf' which ap Burnside "Z- - ; l.oo " made by private individuals in the : f Ky getting his left leg broken in peared at any time during the, JPrjrh CYrMiaWl VT $?' vl 4.IJ85 in Eire ad several States and communities." thfee'places, and as the result is campaign; appeared, in issue; ?c . still on crutches. He is here to and if ,either of Xhe gentlemen p,- .v.ifc ? ?,: - 'T.OO. There is a unanimous sentiment see Atty. C. C. Williams "about were injured 3n their fight byf Tt1nW .1 ..'J 'A Let It tell iii forceful term: ".I.OO" Are you favoring Boone Way,. flR&flMHBM9Hft kMtoktoaiUlly" yWT ' v bringing suit against, the uoai; reason of a few people, aw!iIsUo,llofP!cta.Mto&pia..Terr What VOUVe COt tO Sll 400; not willing to donate a dime and A Company, as they have refused failing to get that .issue, if was Mr tcro.thlotles.blttorr.eboolllf.wrHteabr . worth secure a Boone Way Booster but What it WEK article, ' : "' C-"- ' to give him aaythiog like reason- SewellandnotMr, Luker. SQcht0akI tin artlclo om teottett maA other ;HHKT 5 2,50 ton badge? All the stores in Mt AYhy v. DeSt at that pnCe S ." AW noTts.DertBeBtaotMee&saliBarleitr. . able settlement, and the injury statements are not worthy con- - jpieyijle ThlBltaCMeet4sQSta-wIGu- . V ' Vernon, have them on sale. Get '5.00 " K'JtAMt JE3'W was absolutely dne to carelessness siaeratkm and wemake bw i Sheibytf He e y?MlMm? fsSSSk Jm- Aeclnz. JStwbWm-- aad &tenl Wmi litST i HE r.oo one and show your patriotism and ' of other employers and the comf2.r5o These badges uu ,uu - stanford pany in providing safety appliaaces inai c wuw tu, u Will be placed on sale at all towns v3 oo ,., s ' in the cars.bjr scriucraw handling of the c" Ol-3tTellico Plaines;Tenn ' i.oo along the route from Cumberland Li N buyers who hardly knew papyro uw vuc .wau. which he was injured. ; Wasiottf f. ' Gap cents no.outdbor 'Winchester In . $liob Ye"achor rl cents .by ' mail. Ad- is progressi ng on Brickwork i.f'Luii.rjC re per.1 Most of this fund has been used dress secretary1 Commetcial Olub,' the Krueg'er building oa Mam misical pernnj knitted. ' in printing and disseminating in - Mt. .Vernon, Ky..,, , , street t railroad crossing. 4i- Be-thurum Rev. George S. Watson will be in Mt. Vernon next week and will Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice conduct a Union Thanksgiving exmail matter. as sbcond-clas- s ercise at the Christian Church. Federal aid for good roads work PERSONAL was urged by Gov. Major, of MisHorace Benton was in town dur- souri, and Senator Bankhead, of ing the week. Alabama, a: the United States was reported Good Roads convention. Mrs. J. C. Moore very sick yesterday. Fred Owens, who recently put L. Smith, of Corbin, was here on a moving picture show for two J. Wednesday for a few hours. and three nights out of the w'eek" very sick last at Livingston, gives encouraging D. L Carter was reports of his work in that town week, bnt better at this time. Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Coffey of Pete Drumraond has bought the were in town st6ck of goods of Jeff Pennington the Wildie section 'Monday. at Livingston. While it is a new Miss Ardilla Brown who has line of work for him, yet those Tiad typhoid fever.for teveral weeks who know Mr. Drummond's business ability will have no doubts as is slowly improving. Mrs. Ella Franklin and daugh- to the future of the business.. ter Miss Bert, were over irom The entertainment at the Wildie shopping Tuesday. Christian church Tuesday evening Mrs. Mary Albright was up from given by Mr. Taylor and family Wednesday looking was greatly enjoyed by the large Brodhead crowd in attendance. There were after some bcsiness matters. Mrs. Wanzer, of Ohio, after a four in the troupe and three of pleasant stay with her daughter, them blind, including Mr. Taylor Mrs. Furnish bos returned home. himself. v- Sunday's Courier Journal gave Mrs. Margafet Grimes of Lexington, spent a portion of the week the names of 500 of tne citizens with her mother, Mrs. Franklin. of Los Angeles who are native belong to the Mrs. Chas. A Chandler of Lon Kentukians and Kentucky Society of California. don, who has been very sick for. the past week, is reported some In addition to the uames the old Kentncky addresses wer.e given better. locality from which Miss Mamie Oaits of the East showing the one hails. em Kentucky State Normal, spent each Tas. Landrum, Agent. Phone No. 8. 4.59 p m s One of the Skaggs Creek. 3:53 a m has been paying 50"cents n:43 a ro a dozen for eggs. That's some 12:19 am price. 11 ii'im ts- - hi i h Kveart - jLV I Undoubtedly must be a beauty . . persons holding claims against the late R. E. Bell will present same to me, pioperly proven. Nov. J. J. Bell, Admr. Commercial Club. All members of Commercial Club are requested to beat meeting on Tuesday night Nov. 24th promptly at 7: o'clock. U. G. Baker, Pres. All t. Notice: Thirtysixof the I13 ioreign fire insurance companies doing business in Kentucky will' refuse to write any more dwelling-hous- e risks in jhe State nnder the new rates fixed by the State Rating Board, according to information received to day by Chairman Ruby Laffoon. The first open meeting of the Woman's Club held at the home of Miss Mat Williams, proved a most delightful affair. The pro gram consisting of music by Mr. Victor C. Tate and Misses Grissom and Lovell, followed by a talk by Miss RowleeJ of her recent trip abroad, added much to the enjoyDuring the ment of the evening. social period which followed delicious refreshments were served. EVERY WOMEN wants and needs these boons, At. an ex- pense of many thousands of dollars and nearly two years' time we have completed and ready for delivery, the Six Volume International Cooking Library' bv 47 of the World's Famous Chefs United States, Canada and Europe. Recipes new. Never before published. Very complete and easily Kv, understood Eacn book complete. De Luke Recipe Books. Library TOURISTS JO AMERICA consists of THE SALAD BOOK TEE CHAFING DISH BOOK THE AFTERNOON TEA BOOK Good Roads Would Draw formation on Boone Way (tbe proposed national highway) and postage thereon, in "getting our people along the pioposed route of Boone Way interested and callin g to the notice "and securing the of Senators. 'Representatives, Governors and prominent people wH6 can render help to needed legislation when the matter reaches its final stages in Congress. A reconnoissance survey, of the route, was made in June by a highway engineer from Agricultural Department, Wasington. D. G. His report of estimated cost of construction,for 98 miles fron Crab Orchard to Cumberland Gap was placed at $1, 02.000. Senator Bradley has introduced a bill for an appropriation to place a corps of engineers on jtlie, line to get a more practical estimate. It is expected that the bill will be reported back from' "committee at an early date. Those interested m this great undertaking we request to contribute something to the postage and printing fund of the cause. A' neat certificate signed by president and secretary of Boone Way Booster Band and a red, white and blue "Boone Way Booster" button badge will be given to each contributor and their names published in our local paper, showing who are boosters in the great undertaking Any amount from 5 cents up will be gladly received and used to push the movement. Be a Booster. Address .lames Maret, Secretary Commercial Club. Mt. Vernon, 'sure mw&p,. m mtM k -r- rjr .! its a rentucKy Dim uiis ume. We are showing some beauties 1 1 1 . to- - they are not turkeys- - Hn7Jl" ft 'Wl' .i but FISH'S SPECIAL $10 Suits and Overcoats 20 clothes buying Every bit of worry in is removed at Fish's, in fact it never was there YOU DON'T HAVE TO WORRY ABOUT being properly fitted here in anything to wear because we have your size COME IN TO-DA- Y AND LET US FIT YQU "'We Stand By What You Buy." Wc Pay Parcel We Fay Parcel Post Charges Anywhere SS3Cfcs 431- iINPHi!:i I7ev,. SmSLBADltm Fost Charges Anywhere THE HOME OF GOOD CLOTHES - x... Green Front am THE at New Front, with a than at Men's Yarn de-sirea- suit - No. I-a- h wl Hon Boone Way - y .J 1 a 1 Reputation Props I Ads. as l J. E. STORE Mitchell i I KENTUCKY PINE HILL, flHHIHHBHIHMHHBHHHHHHIHHH intep-tentional- ly to-da- ?te tt ..v.' r. I IB-!"1'- '" '"yWSBPK 5-p- .- je it. -- I A I I I Br'HHlB $m P. PV I- H 1H - I I 1 - jjtl . A B -- . . --'- - 'yyii "l -v. X yj "xAm-- jf - pi,""V-'-""", r?' -- 5TMra-v A e- -' -- - r nmaiauai l '& .1 El ESJ MINMflSIOi c MATCH THROWN INTO POWDER, IT IS SAID, WAS THE CAUSE-THI- RTY orpREriisixmic i --" ' "HTXP'ITW-E'ir- i j - tl cl .v H MINERS PERISH. Here are several reasons why I trade at C C Davis' Drug Store: i ". Rescued Men Describe a Wild, But Vain, Fight To Reach a Supposedly Clear Way To Liberty. tf - BECAUSE Quality considered, his price ' can't ' " be" T beaten . jVElJ'AUSE There are no delays; customers . receive prompt attention. BEOAUSE-Thin- gs we get at Gjisp. C. Davis' ' Store are all right. JBE CAUSE Things that go wrong bought at !i? ' " Chink's" place will be made right. BECAUSE The poor man's dollar is worth just as much at Charley's placejas tho rich man's. BECAUSE There are no leaks from his store ; every deal is strictly confidential . BECAUSE Chas. 0. Davis is nevei grouchy if you don't buy. Try Him. ,!iiiiiiiiiiiiniin, IPhone S0 Wstern Newspaper Union News Service Acton, Ala. Fifty men were entombed by an explosion in Mine No. 2 of the Alabama Fuel and Iron Co. At least 30 are dead. Three men have been rescued. They tell of a desperate struggle waged far underground immediately after the explosion. Believing that a clear way to liberty was located at an end of a long passage, many men rushed toward it, but it was blocked. "Men fought like wild men," said one of the survivors. "I saw several men trampled to death. The explosion was due to carelessness on the part of a miner, who accidentally threw a lighted match into a can of powder. The explosion of the powder started a series of explosions." The normal quota of employes is 70 men, but the day before was pay day at this mine and some did not report for work. The first rescue parties who entered the mine, searching for any who might be alive, reported that they had passed many bodies. These had not been brought out. "JIM CROW" LAW UPHELD. Ky. The Louisville, "separate coach" law, better known as the law, was upheld by a jury in the Circuit Court when two men were awarded damages of ?2,950 against the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad Co. James Falone and John McCarty made allegations that the railroad violated the law. They said that on Novembai 20, 1912, they boarded a C. and 0. train at Huntington, W. Va., en route tc Louisville, and were locked in a coach which, they alleged, was occupied by drunken and boisterous negroes. Eacli claimed damages. Similar cases are pending. QUAIL AND RABBITS IN - 7j. Make Your ' Old Furniture Look Like New "jim-crow- " BEfu-ls-f yflT TV IT's RE-NU-LA- an easy and inexpensive matter. apply a coat of Pee Gee C Pee Gee makes old furniture, worn floors and woodwork look like new again. Try it. RE-NU-L- its fine results and your own work. and you'll be delighted with SUITCASE r free Gee is a Slain and Varnish combined. Comes in 11 Natural Wood colors. While, Gold and Silver Enamel. All sizes. RE-NU-L- j LTTin :PEASLEE-GAULBER- T Manufacturers CO., Incorporated : : : : Louisville, Ky. U. ismr nn G.BAKER JUULJLX m4 i T " Mfnfinw RTLCOlDIMOM MBiiilwl in Seymour, Ind. Albert E. Casey, o Covington, Ky., was arrested here b a deputy garne warden when he pur chased a ticket for Cincinnati. H vas arraigned before a Justict oharged with hunting without a li :ense. He pleaded guilty and paid : fine and costs amounting to $3S.S Casey had a suspicious-lookinsuit case that the game warden found wa filled with quail and rabbits. g ", !." ''sl!lf33s St A fllfi Rev. James Barnes filled his The famous Curtis collection of regular appointment at skaF&3 and Sundaj'. archaeological specimens a hered Creek Saturday Masoncoun-ty,ha- s Mr. William Niceley is on the sick fromthe Fox farm, in been tu the Ken- list Mrs. Alfred Barnes and There little daughter. Hazel spent Saturtucky Historical Society. 2,ooo of these specimens com- day and bunday with Mrs. aow-de- r are at Mt. Vernon. Mrs. Jatngs prising pitchers, vases, articles of pottery and many things which Arnold and " also Mary, the t?n are not known to the use of man- year old daughter ot Charlie Uar-raicThe Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has heen are numbered with the sick. They .were taken in tise for over SO years, has home the signature o kind Nicelew spent Master Hassie from the graveyard of a prehistoric race, which inhabited Central Saturday and Sunday with his All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Jnst-as-go" are but Kentucky and the Ohio River uncle, James Nicthy. The Ho'y Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of i service at their "Valley thousands of years before Rollers had Infants and Children Experience against Experiment the mound builders came on the church near Hopewell Saturday Mr. James Arnold scone of action, and it is supposed and Sunday. fertility of the sold two milk cows forlic. Mr. that owing to the Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paresoil in the vicinity of the Fox Green Cox happened to a very goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It farm and because it lay between .serious accident while working at contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Xarcotlc substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys TVonns a few days ago. and Blue Lick Springs, the rock crusher and allays Feverishness. For more than thirty years it wberethe buffalo and other wild j had his foot mashed very badl has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and animals ot this continent went to and is in a critical condition. Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, 1 ck tbel-al- t rock, there Was an Mrs. James. Niceley spent Monassimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. immense citv of these prehistoric day with Mrs. Cynthia Niceley. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. people. Many of the skeletons of NEARLY EVERY CHILD HAS these people were taken from their ' GENUINE ALWAYS WORMib. graves in a fair state of preservaPaleness, at times a flushed face Bears the Signature of tion and carried to the Smith- unnatural hunger, picking the sonian Institute, as were also nose, great thirst, etc., are inJica W. J. tions of worms. Kickapoo vVbrm" many of the specimens. Curtis of Robertson, a wealthy Killer ts a reliable, thorough medicine for the removal of all kinds farmer, berame interested and be- of worms from children and gan to make the collectiou for the adults. Kickapoo Worm Killer archaeological institutes of New in pleasant candy form, aids di York and Columbus, but when he gestion, tones system, overcoming learned that the Historical Socie- constipation and increasing the In Use Fop Over Years action ot the liver. Is perfecth ty had fireproot roou.s in the new safe fci even the most delicate TH( CtNTAUR COM! capitol,.he decided that the speci- children Kickapoo Worm Killer mens he had collected should not makes children happv and healthy Try it. Drug he takeu from the state,' and pre- 25c. Guaranteed. stoies or by mail. Kickapoo sented them to the society. Thev Medicine CoM Philadelphio and St. will be shipped to Frankfort ss Louis. oon as the society can secutc the Farm For Sale: -- A farm of 80 cases to holdjtbem. DURABLE. HONEST. SIMON PURE. acres located 2 miles west of FACTORY-TO-USE- & Brodhead, 5oacres in cultivation OUR PRICES and 30 acres woodland, a good FOR FLETCHER'S THESES PRICES FREIGHT-PAIseven room house, summer kitch- CTflUt TAAFf TTCPl?TU, : ivio 1 ivh : TO YOUR R. R. STATION. en, good barn and outbuildings. Per QI. Or will sell house with o acres of SILVER SEAL TONIGHT- 75c 5 to 10 Gallons ground. A splendid location for a BARN AND ROOF PAINTS. 65c Vt Bbl. (25 gals.) Tonigbt if you feel dull and store. Will sell at a bargain if sold Eight Colors. Thoroughly Reliable. 60c Barrel lots (50 gals.) stupid, or bilious 'and constipated RELIABLE ROOF PAINTS. ake a dose of Chamberlain's Tab- at once. BROWN and GREEN BLACK Per Gal. Per Gah M. A. Stevens, tolets and you will feci all right 40c 50c S to 10 Gallons 5 to 10 Gallons by all d alers. Brodhead, Ky. y2 Bbl. (25 gals.) For sale morrow 45c 35c Bbl. (25 gals.) 40c 30c Banellots (50 gals.) Barrellots (50 gals.) DAY 1 pre-ente- SSsjkw llrVlIIJ ifAf Children Cry for Fletcher's al to-ua- y. Z$& od What is CASTORIA V CASTORIA -- 2L&tfffl& The Kind You Have Always Bought 30 SILVER SEALPAINTS Save You 50 T Children Cry CASXO RI A oiui: Luun D FIVE PERSONS ARE INJURED. Birmingham, person Ala. Five were Injured when the engine of tht Illinois Central "Seminole Limited .urned over and the baggage and mai ars left the rails three miles east c rasper, Ala. The engineer, two pat f'gers, the baggage master and i mail clerk were the victims. KENTUCKY c 51 1L RIGHTS ASS'N Li '4 5 t house paints made. Basis: Pure Lead and Zinc less, cover 25 more space. Guaranteed to last twice as long as ordinary paint. Ask for our Special Prices to yon. SILVER SEAL Mixed Paint best and Pure Linseed OiL Cost you 25 Silo Paints, Cement Paints, Floor Paints, Flat Paints, Shingle Stains, Etc. MEETI LOUISVILLE THIS WEEK Mrs. Desha Breckinridge, Max Eastman Will Be the Low Prices on Varnishes, Varnish Stains, Wagon Paints, Carriage Paints, Enamels, Polishes, Glass and General Supplies. for Free Color Cards and Useful Information about Paints. Tell u WRITE yonr needs and we will save you money and guarantee you satisfaction. TO-DA- Y Tbii Need a Tonic sf-- n Meeting Will Be a Brilliant One KENTUCKY PAINT MFG. CO. Incorporated. SSSTinSt When that- - time comes to you, you know what tonic to take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is composed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs, and helps build them back to strength and health. It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak, ailing women in its past half century of wonderful success, and it will do the same for you. You can t make a mistake in taking t --- 2Jhere are times in every woman's life when she neeiJs a tonic to help her over the hard places. CINCINNATI Corn white 76c, No. 2 MARKETS the president, will Preside Speaker at the First Evening Session at Masonic Theater 5 ANNOUNCEMENT i mixud 6&77c, 7677c, No. 4 No. 2 yellow 77c, No. white 77c, No. No. 74 3 yellow white PINE HILL'S NEW STORE is now ready to offer to the public the Grandest ever offered in Roekeastlo county. My stock of goods is new, and 1 am not going to let them get old by holding for high prices. Come now and share in the Bargains. Here are a few prices so as to give you an idea as to how things are going CALICO, all shades, per yd 5c Shoes at the lowest prices good leather can be sold at. Best POPLIN ffoods, Jregular price 20c & 25c per yd. now GROCERIES- -I carry a full line per yd 15c goinjr at, and I defy competition. Best GINGHAMS made, If you fail to come to my store per yd 9ic you are going to miss bargains. I also have a nice lot of PANTS, I do not carry any bankrupt stock and prices you never heard of nor burn out goods. My goods before. are new and clean. Also rememSHOES I carry in stock the f m ber that I pay the highest market ous Diamond Brand Peters prices for eggs at all times. Look For The Sign W. L. OVERBAY on the Imitation Brick Bldg. -- CARDUI ,, YX"S$'S'fyL Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark., says:' "I think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth, for women.. Before I began to take Cardui, I was so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and as strong as I ever did, and can eat most anything." Begin taking Cardui today. Sold by all dealers. fine ATr mn-tl'"3Thfl VYUiLtaiLa r nTVfnvsv luiuw timothy ?14.50(g15, No. 1 clover mixed $16.50g17. No. 2 clover mixed $14.7 i15, No. 1 clover ?15, No. 2 clovei $15., Oats No. 2 white stand-ir- jar 7476c, yellow ear 73(g76c, mixed" ear 7376c. Hay No. 1 timothy ?19, standard imothy $18, No. 2 timothy $17. No. I 76c, 7677c. 4 mixed No. 4 yellow 73y275c, No No. 3 mixed 76Q 7375c. whil. BARGAINS 4 Ewinrir !! lJ lJ UNDERTAKES I Hand-mad- e l Has Helped Thousands. 2 red No. 3 No. 4 red 8490c. Poultry Hens, heavy, 13c; hens, light 9c; springers, large, 12c; SDtlnsrers. small. VlUtO.: tnrlrpvs vnnno HST" lbs and over), 16c;' turkeys, old u ids ana over), geese, lr v 4142c, o. white 4041c, No. mixed I243c, No. mixed 4142c, No. mixed 4041c. 42g)43c, 4 No. 3 3 white 4343c, d 2 red Wheat No. 9093c, 9596c, 161 IV1 illllK ltjc; ' .Cattle Shippers ?6.507.60, ext V j7.6038; butcher steers, extra $7.i. iood to choice $6.257.15, common tc fair $4.50 g 6; heifers, extra $7 7.15. 'good to choice ?5.756.76, common to jfali: $4".505.65; cows, extra $6 6.25, 12c. goou Our line of Couch Caskets is unexcelled M &Av$; "J A it " Slit I ' Ooffinsfurnished Hearse sent to all parts of ne vounxy l (l All Phone orders by Wire Promptly Filled t n. 94-- S w. : a. eox,i fair $3.255; canners $34.25. Bulls Bologna $5.756.35, extra $6.40, fat bulls $6.256.50. Calves-Ext- ra $9.50, fair to good $7 9.25, common and large $49. Hogs Selected heavy $7.90, good to choice packers and butchers $7.85 7.90, mixed packers $7.757.85, stags $4 (Q) 6.90, extra $7,. common to choice heavy fat sows $4.257.50, extra $7.60, light shippers $7.107.60, pigs (110 lbs and less) $57. Sheep Extra $4.25, good to choice 3.754.15, common to fair $23.65. Lambs Extra $7,' good to choico $6.606.95, common to fair $56.50. CAUGHT IN 10 cnoice ?t.zi(tft.st, common to W. L. Overbay, Pltf!uL. W. A. CROMER, Manager. JONAS McKENZlE Mrs. Deiha Breckinridge, wife of the editor of the Lexington Herald, Is serving her first term as president of the Kentucky Equal Rights Association. She will preside at the annual meeting to be held in Louisville November 20 to 22 inclusive. Louisville, Ky. (Special) The annual meeting of. the Kentucky Equal Rights Association bids fair to be a brilliant one. Max Eastman, the distinguished writer and lecturer, speaks the first night, Thursday, November 20,. at the- Masonic Theater on "The Importance of Woman Suffrage." He Is said to be the most convincing man speaker In the country on the subject. Miss Harriett Vlttum, head resident ot Northwestern University Settlement;, Chicago, will be the principal speaker the second night, at the Seelbach She will tell of the Illinois victory and how the women are Auditorium. using the Vote. The Illinois women now have the presidential suffrage, the municipal suffrage, in fact the vote on everything but on those offices mentioned in, the state constitution. It will' take a constitutional amendment to give thejai this. The more important suffrage was conferred. on- them by simple act'bf the legislature. The Illinois women are already doing big civic work, and are carrying on a remarkable campaign to educate all the women to the duties of their new citizenship. Miss Vlttum will tell of these thing3. She is president of the City Club of Chicago, an organization that was a power in municipal affairs even before women had the vote. Mrs. LIda Calvert Obenchain, of Bowling Green, author of "Aunt Jane of Kentucky;" a vloume of stories that has proven not only a best seller ;but such a fine suffrage treatise that It is to be found In the libraries of all suffrage" headquarters, will tell one of the "Aunt Jane" stories. How the Louisville woraetf helped to win the hundred thousand dollar bond Issue for the schools of that city at the last election will be recounted. Miss Laura Clay and Mrs. Desha Breckinridge will make addresses at the closing meeting Saturday evening. Morning and afternoon'' meetings at which reports of interesting work done during the year will be made, are also to be held at the Seelbach Auditorium. The Seelbach will be. the headquar-- 1 - HIS OWN TRAPS. Selz Shoes THE SELLS MT. YEKNON, KY : GO SOUTH THIS WINTER . Go wfeere fair sides, ideal weather, and outdoor enjoyment dispel all tnougnt ot winters disconuort. 'NOW AVAILABLE VIA is- - Wl NTER TOURIST FARES -- . -- . -- : . 1. 1 -- vr. ;t .. v; Denver, Colo. Caught in his own bear traps while on a hunting trip in the mountains near Embudo, N. M., Henry Severson, 65 years- old, a wealthy retired mining man, formerly of Denver, fought against death by ' starvation and thirst or being killed I by .wjld, animals1 for several days be- 1 ore. he. finally succumbed. News of tfie finding f of his body, torn Into shreds by the claws of mountain lions and wildcats, has Just been received here' by friends He was identified. - "ROYAL BLUE" '. IF you need a good, pair of shoes it is. to your .interest to examine the Sefe line before you buy X: SA.VED HIS FOOT. y VJ M n INCMUDIN& FLORIDA, 1 JONAS McKENZlE v & TO' ALL flESORTS OF THE SOUTH NEW ORLEANS, 1;' PANAMA AND "LAND OF THE SKY." TICJCETS 4 jbk SALE.pAlLY. ATTRAQTIYE STOP-OYE- R LOQ RETURN UMIT. PRIVILEGES. .I .;nr i v.. ,3 m? IPMET, Ferdetaik &J& -- ,M l .'Zi "SERVICE AND SCENERY UNSURPASSED." consult any Ticket Agent or write , MMMfff aMTTkkst AfMt. Ill East Main SL, Uclnfton; Ky. ' rJ Doctor advised 4pjtptation, but he refused and reluctantly tried Bucklen's Arnica Salve as a last resort, He j then wrote: 'I used your salve and 'my foot-wafoon comoletely curpd ,Best remedvfor burn's, Get a Ruts bruises and'eczema. boxjoday."J"dnly 25c All drug-jristsfcyiwril. ' H. E. Buclen s or foot,fopr H D. Fly, of Blantam, O., suffered from horrible ulcer on his years, MT. VERNON, KY. l , . All meetings are open to the public. Admission to the Eastman only is by. invitation. It Is hoped there will be many visitor! frem thestata, .both mart and women. It Is a good chance to find out what tWs woaaa suf" ters. - ;atlkg FURS JOHN HIGHEST MARKET PRICE. PAW HIDES FOR RAW FURS WMi frft vMUHKtvn W f nt Wff HK iHCRBOWiBg RW SB AND HIDES Air ' frage bualBMSrlgalijilxHit. rti. . &. Co., Philadelphia'op-St- v., tcv r "' K K f I,oU. . -- d)lm' - WHFIf U;. S5w5i. &rWX ? $ b i ) ' sJ5v-f, ME' iM. VW4 - w - '"SI." zmmn? i. - ' "r. 3 .. 'K T : . ,l . I :u s l