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VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, Established I887 NUMBER 49 Klf.,KltfAY OCT. 2, J914 . ,iS5Ea fronviKp' iOT32 mgaa 1 property, Five cen tr olr ' each 600.000 00, 8100.00 would raise which will uo into thautoad fund LIVINGSTON. ::::::s::s3!s::::::;!:!:::::ss:sss:!a... ii.iiiii!iii(iMMj!!iiiiiiiii :.".'.: 1 ' at Frankfort each VOar at the shioifiits present property valued. Two per cent ol 000,000 (JO is fei2,000.00. That m earns "Clmt if Uoekcdstle County will put up next year Twelve Thousand Dollars, or any smaller amount, that ifje state, will put up an tqiull aindjitit; thus giving us Twenty FotuvThousand on vjour roads Dollars next year and every tpther year that we will do the same thing, 'there is another wise.jprovision of J$ this law. One great trouble Iwith road building in Kentucky,! has been "b4'hiw the Jack of system. providesthat in' order to secure this state aid, the mpney" must roads buildjng first be used in Think connecting county ieats, what it would mean to Rockcastle Coucty to have a sp eudid road leading into our coi qty from every county seat around us. And theu, after they are .built, we can use the samo mean's to build other roads in the county, Jf we will take advantage oft thlsoppur-- t unity, in less than tWjyears, we system of can have a sjpleudfd pikes connecting evervipart'of tne county. But, you aw tharthe county cannot raise this Twelve Thousand Dollars. No, it cannot do it by taxation', because the FisteVy 25cts on cal Cour.t can only the Hundred Dollars for road purposesbut are there not enough wide awake men and women along these various routes fwho own to subproperty in this co.unty scribe what the county cannot raise? At one time there was offers from people aiong certain roads in the county jito subscribe county half tho amimnt,-imliwoukl put up the other half, but then we couid not do.i that, but f tJT skirts. Siyle SKw 1 1 . , ' : f ? Latest Fashion tendencies as expressed in the Fall Styles In general, the styles this season are more becomingthan they have been for many a day, and are distinguished by graceful lines. The new silhouette shows a tendency toward the normal waistline, and is given variety in tlje Biiits by the use of.the cape coat and the moderately fitted 'coat, and by the many styles of -- Tljesuit coats this season arc particularly interesting. They aVe longer than last season's models. The long tunic accentuates the length of the coat in many cases and gives the length of line so sought for this season. f Many skirts arc made with tunics, either straight or plaited. The under or lower skirt is just wide enough to permit comfortable walking. The skirts arc somewhat shorter, too. A decided feature of the seharatc coat will be the capo-coa- t, developed in a variety of novel fyrma. AH have the popular flare effect at the bottom. -- Sleeves show greater eccentricity than ever the sot-isIccac Is back again, together with variations of the JJmono and cape effect. In collars the Gladstone and new Military col bra are the most popular, and it's remarkable how well they have been developed in the heavier materials. . models on Jii! store emuou these" new style features in a wav uondcrfullv and not in the least extreme. Come in and stav as loner as you like looking over these charming'stylcs. We'll be glad to help you bclect the one that suits you bestf n Thc-IUich-of U. .' one fourth, we can build them and Misses Adna Hansel, Mary An- - 1T "UT" .1 I believe they will do it. One derkin, Bessie Owens, Ellen Lang- - III! J till man has told me that ho will give ly, Margaret Singleton, Messrs. a Thousand Dollars on the roak to Sam Hellard, McCormack Martin, Sensational Bargains in the Lincoln county line. I am Will Singleton, Edgar Cottongim sure that the Fiscal court, if they und Reece Wand. Chaparones Shoe ' will, can keep tho roads of the were Mrs. J. E. Si.igleton, and county in us good shape as they Mrs. D. H. Owens. All expressed now are and have at least $6000,- - themselves well pleased with" their and 00 surplus to put into this work trip, while they added their names next year. The question now be- to the already long list which are H. Albright, durthat the moonlight school as well fore us is: What ure we going to cut or written iu the face of this Mr andMrs. D. Just received a new car of imODHEAD. .- Miss GerlrudoRob. as the school fair will ing tho weekprove a do about it? We are going to wonderful rock which many hunthe Old Reliable, best of all e have to beginuext year to pay The teachers and citizens of the etts who has been sick so long is very successful project, We hope that $1,500 into the state treasure, dred visit every year. Tho Rev. D. Edgar Allen, of Mt. Vernon, Fence Brodheud Graded School District slowly improving. Mr. and Mrs that no patron will forgot that he Pike are here for a few days (Pilkenton) has a right to expect whether we get any back or not filled his regular appointment at will open a Moonlight school at. Bon at lower prices than ever Are we going tosit down and see tho school building in Brodhesd from Casey. Frank Brooks was your loyal support, and that there that money go to build roads in the Baptist church, Saturday and sold for in Rockcastle a short are many ways that this support Sunday. Hubort Nioeley was in in- in town Wednesday for Monday night Oct. 5, 1914. County. Now is the time other aud more wide awake- - coun- Mt. Vernon, Tuesday. Mrs. John terested parties aro requested to time. Mr. und Mrs. E. R. Gen- can be administered. Ask him ties? Or are wo going to work to buy your Fence. Mullins has returned home after be present at 7:00 p. in. The try were the guests of Cashier and how you can aid him. and get $12,000 for every time we a fow day's visit with relatives at f iculty of the school are also mak Mrs. A. M. Hiatt Sunday afterput $1,500.00. If we do not take Mt. Vernon. J. A Childress was AidFor ing plans for a school fair to be noon. The Rev. R. B. Baker advantage of theoppoitutiity, our in Mt. Vernon, Monday. W. B. held tit the school building early held regular services at the part will go back into the general Bullock, alter a two week's stay in Roads In RockSaturday and in November. -- Mr. nud Mrs. El- Christian church fuud the following year and be city, mer Payne, of Eubanks, were with Sunday. J. W. Tale nnd Ed County distributed among the counties our little Ky. has s returned to At meeting of Lebanon, were in Louisville tho latrelatives and fr.onds heto several Brooks that do apply for it. It is a gold- the Baptist people, Sunday, on ter part of last week to witness the days last week. Mr. and Mrs. The Kentucky Legislature ol en opportunity for the poor coun- Sand Hill, steps were taken to closing sorios ot 19i4 baso ball. Walter Elder, were with his Tho Brodheau" Roller Mill Co.'s 1914 passed a law creating a State ties of thoslato Jefferson county erect a church housfi at that place. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Elder which will pay i.ito this fund $120,-00- A subscription was started and tho last we.elr. Mr; and Mrs. Elder plant was closed a fow days this fund for tho purjioso of assisting Only a few days agq a big Shoe House in Toledo, Ohio, 00every ye.ir catiuot get one good work is progressing nicely. in Eubanks, and this i thqir first week on account of a bursted thevariouscounties of the slate in failed their entire stock was sold by order of the Courts. cent more out than Rockcastlo building better roads. For the flue, and if any one doubts that Mrs. W. H. Krueger is in Mt. visit to Brodheud lor two years. Wo were fortunate enough to get about 4,000 pairs of support of this fund they provid County, if we do our pait. Tho Vernon for a few days. Cash Herrin, of Welborn, Pulaski "Chuck" Frith really porforms "Men's, Ladies', Boys', Misses and Children's Shoes and you: Are you T. J. Pennington has opened up county, was here several days manual labor, a photo of himself od a tax lovy.of five cents on One question is up to Oxfords that come ifrotn tho best manufacturers in the prop going to get behind your Fiscal a stock of goods in the Luther breakdown would have Hundred Dollars s during this last week on account of tho AT OUR OWN PRICE. 'We whole country illness qf bis sister, rMrs. J. settled tho matter fullj. Yes they erty in the slate, beginning with Court and ask them to apply for Manurf, property and is tiow ready to allow our customers to reap tho benefits of this .money from the state? Thoy to use the yard stick and scales W. Proctor. ilvr. nnd. Mrs. Geo. say that the little bald spot on the assessment for t9i5. That this remarkable purchase. the top of his head was just as means that next j ear and each will do it, i( you ask them. They alright. T. ., tbe'more the mor Peau, of Indianapolis, Ind., were visiting Mr. and Mrs, Loo Coffey black as his face, but the lellow year thereafter the property own-er- are.mon of intelligence; men who rier and competition is the life of loose for shall ins Rockcastlo County will pay know a good thing when they see the, country. Davis has L. H last week. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. whd did the work might have Albright, q'nd little daughter dried his hands on the long locks into this'state fund no cents on it; businoss men, but they aro been putting his large stock of Our prices all through our big line will open your eyes. We never each One Hundred Dollars of the your representatives and they do goods in his new store room which Worth, were in Cincinnati last of Chuck's hair. Wo know. BARGAINS ! We aie practical Retail- - men. $3,000,1,00.00 of taxable property not waul to do a thing that the is-- peach und an honor to our weolc. Mr. Albright was buying thought of that until now. Counin tho couuty, amounting to $1, people oppose. ' I cannot build town, Walter are what you want and, By George, we aro going to see Browning was goods for his fall and wiutcr trade ty Attorney and Mrs. E. R. Gen that you got 'em . Sunday. Kirt MilliDg Co try, of Mt. Vernon, Miss Harnie 5OO.OO. Tho law further provides roads. I do not even have a voto with 4homefolk& The Rockcastlo that any county that will under- in the action of the Fiscul cor.rt. Leslie was fn Mt. Vernon Tuosday started their milling plant at 0 Estes, of Ransouville, .N. Y., aid take the construction of better I am no more in tins' movement to see the big show. Jos. Ma o'clock Friday evening, and have Cecil Reynolds, of Corbin,-worei'roads and will put up one half the than any other citizen of tho guire of Paris, is visiting relatives tjwn a short time Wednesday been running day ar.d night since ... forget tlmt tho singing be state will pay tho other half, aud county and that is why I am writ- here this week- .- The writer was ;;,.,. that time. They claim to bo so next Saturday evqniug that the state will make a survey ing you this article, but let',s ask in Mt. Vernon Tuesday and while far behind with orders that they gim ;.: 122 plans and our Fiscal Court to begin right there visited the picture show in will be compelled to run solid time aud the moonlight school next of the road, furnish ft got ready for this good company with S. C. Franklin and I 1 until'tboy catch up. Tho singing Monday night. ThdUe that can specifications and submit an esti now to ft ft that was to have begun last Satur- s'lould come to the singing and mato of cost, at tho expense of work next year. If we over have occupied an exalted position while ft ft day night at the Christian church thoso who cannot read and write the state, unless there should be roads in Rockcastle, wo must be- there. Wo mean a seat between ft more work of this kind than the gin sometime, somewhere and why S. C. Franklin and our old friend ft will begin next Saturday night. should attend tho night school ft regularly employed engineers can uot now? ft We had a. love James Maret. .Every aoay cordially invited lo The fellow who lets such opporft Yours for a start. ft do, in which case the state will together but perhaps before feast attend. Mr. and Mrs. Ch'as, Rid tunities pass by will one day say, -ft E. R. GENTRY. pay half und the county half of ft 1 only had." we wore out of town they were Prof. Pilkerton die and children were with' bis "if ft ft All you who have torpid liver, gathering up their artillery and parents at Walnut Grove last Sun principal of Brodhead Graded this expanse. The law also nrn ft to wage war on the in- : ft -- Steve Proctor has been witt School, is fast showing himself to vides that no county can use more weak vigestl tn or constipated preparing day ft treaty of nocent. We hope the bowels look out ft greater part of the be Jthe man of the hour. Every than 2 per cent of this state season is here andfor chills. The neace. that we have made, "will bis mother a ft the air is full ft for the past we k or more. department of the school is work- money in any one year, which is of the disease germs. time The best never bo broken. J. B. Jones has .I ft Mrs. Proctor is very low, and not ing like clock work. We hear no a safeguard against the wealthy thing to do is to get your liver in returned from Blooraington, III, ft ft expected to live but a few days at kicking from any one, but on the counties appropriating too much giMtondition and purify tho af a week's visit. Atty. Ed Gen-- ! ft of this fuud and thus crowd out stomach and bowels. HERBINE attended the other hand we hear compliments jno.t.j-- A number ft try and Dr- - Walker Owens of Mt. ft the poorer couuties like Uockcas-tie- . is the right remedy, it answers the Vernon, wero here Mouduy. Mr. Circus ut Mt. Vernon Tuesca from many. He is demonstrating ft purpose completely. Price 5oc. Theie is, in Kentucky, more and irom here, Mr. and Mrs. Brack his, progressivonoss oold by John Robins, Brodhead, Gentry was interested in a law worth of taxable Ky. Durham were with her parents, more every day, aud we feel sure suit here on that date, y&K&o) ' i &&"mw 9 "XirffiWI" now iLthopeqpleiJJuscjtJibe. Born to the wife of L. M. Oliver 1Z ii.. on the 28th inst, a fine baby girl. JJJ;:; Miss Annie Parson and RicejJJJ; Wn'lton were called to Quail, Fri- ? day, on account of the death of Melvin Owens. I. W. Cutlin was with home folks at Lebanon, Sun-- JJJ"; day. W. H. Ponder, Thco Graves and Adam Bryant, attended the show at Mt. Vernon, Tuesday, Waller Niceloy was in Mt. Vernon, Tuesday.- - Conn Asher, of Berea, isTisiting hfs sister, Mrs. L. H. Davis. J. H. Owens is very sick at this writing. Miss Loucinda ::;::: Hellard, the htllogirl of Mt. Ver non, was with home folks. Sun- - : ::::'. i i i I i i J J aay. Mrs a. Pennington is very sick at this writing. Mrs. Robt. Sbroeder, who has 'been very sick for the past few days, is greatly improved. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Brown,l)f Mt. Vernon, were here Sunday to see Mrs. Brown's mother, Mrs. A. Pennington. Mrs. Brown remained a few days with her mother. Our school began Monday with Prof. Wilson, bf Lebanon Junction, as principal, and Miss Tempest Ward, of Brodhead, Mrs Georgia McClure, of this place, and John Leat, of Mt. Vernon, as assistants. We hope and look for a good school. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Baker, of Mt.Ver- non, were here Sunday Avith relatives. Miss Pearl Anglin. of Mt, Vernon, has been visiting relatives here for a few days. J.. E. Wood-all- , the all of London, was here Tuesday. Miss Annie Baker, after a faw, days' visit, with relatives here, has returned home to Mt. Vernon. Mr. and Mrs P. W. Durbin, of Win Chester, after spending a few days wiih relativos here, have returned home. -- A party of our young folks visited the noted lettered rock, Sunday afternoon. The .party ' J"" 1 Bargains That are Unusual Extraordinary J - ,! - aft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft j . J"1 ; i i I : . ii i i 1 1 1 i i s" ' : '.z:7T NwYSS guarantee every article to be exactly as we represent. He"e. w hen we say bargains is a o, That somebody loses money is "certain : Sometimes it is the niarufactures', again some' big retail concernr and at times we sacrifice our profit. Our 'custom ers'reap the benifit'no matter who loses. & W it around-salesmtn- ,, r 1 - KSfr emphasize the opportunities here presented for the saving of money. We cannot too strongly v, :: r Pur prices average M ; 25 to 50 per cent BELOW- - REGULAR PRICES "I MT hrf H-- --- - v Sutton & McBee Clothing, Dry Goods, Groceries, Hats, Hardware Furniture American State - castle SPECIAL par-eat- s, 0 Bargains n Shoes pro-pose set-iou- s We turn them spot cashonly n NOW GET BUSY, !; J. .ft. r UN t. -- 1 .::.;U;;i:;;;;;;.u;;;;;auu;;u;;;u;;.ii;fti;::::; .t3 Rockcastle's Biggest 0 Store .... .... BAKER -- ,'&$' :. . '" ML VERNON SIGNAL Friday, Oct 2, 1914 Published every Fiiday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT, UHSCUIl'TION.ONK YKAR you furlhor information us to ihc railroad, and hotel ates and program. Will you not arrange to attend he Convention, and then return home and work harder than ever for GOOD ROADS. 1 $1.00 on Wilson Endorses President Woodrow Wilson considered tlit? Maine election so im MKMBKROF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION purtant in its relation to National Politics that at lus persoiml request Senator Ollio James mndea mun 'er of speeches in that State. Congressman Barkloy of Kentucky was also on the stump in MJSv) Ma'uo and n number of other powerful friends of tho udminis DEMOCRATIC TICKET. tr.itiou lent their efforts to pro Fop U. S Scnntor I.ohjj Term moting the Democratic cause. of Frankfort. V. . C, Tho success of the Democratic Kor U. S. Senator Short Ttrm ticket in Maine was most gratifyJ. M. Camden, of Versailles. ing to Pros dent Wilson, as it For Congress Nat B. Sew ell, of London. was to Dei 'rats everywheie There is an old saying, "That as Maine goes, so goes the STATEMENT Union," and it is certain as anyOf The Ownership, Management, Circulathing can be in Politics, that as tion, Etc., of the Mt. Vernon Signal. Maine has gone this year, so will the whole Union go this year Published weekly at Mt. Vernon, everwhelmingly Democratic Ky., required by the Act of Aug. Pr evident Wilson is as much 24, 1912. interested in the election of two P O. ADDHE5S NAMR OF Democratic Senators in Kentucky Editor IS. S. Albright, Mt. Ver- this j ear as he was in the Maine non, Ky. olection. At the meotiug of tho Mt, Vernon, Managing Ed. " Democratic State Central and ExKv. ecutive Committees ut Louisville " 0 Business Mgr. " recently, a telegram was received Ky. by Senator James from President ' " Publisher Wilson urging the election of Ky. Beckham and Camden to the Sen" " Owner ate. It is absolutely necessary that tho Democratic vote in the Known bondholders, mortgagres, Senate be strengthened and that and other .security holders, hold the work of the administration be ing t per cent or more of total The loss of a Democrat amount of bonds, mortgages, or ic Senator at this time would bo other securities: None. disastrous to the Democratic E. S. ALBRICHT, Publisher. party, and realizing the gravity of Sworn to and subscribed before the national situation the Presi-deme this Soth day of Sept., 19.14. is taking a personal interest A. B. FURNISH, in tho Kentucky Campaign this Notary Public. up-helnt Advertising rates made known application . Beckham and Camden !? '4 -- . r i he would be glad to make a speech in Kentucky for the ticket, but on Under dtite of September 15th account of the International comPresident Joseph Hyde Prutt, sent plications, he has decided not to out the following letter from Bris- make any pnblic addresses at this tol, to Rockcastle dele- time. A little later, however, he gates: will issuo several statements, set"Dear sir: ting forth tho work done by the . We are glad to notify you that Democratic administration and you have been appointed a delegate appealing to the people of J,he to the Sixth Annual Convention ol whole country, tosupp.irt him and RESOLUTIONS BY TEACHERS the Southern Appalachian Good his party in the patriotic work Be It Rssolvkd That: Ron's Association, to r be held at they are performing. We the teachers of Rockcastle Bristol, Oct. C 9, and Governor Beckham and SenaCounty, extend to Revs. Allen and wo cordially invite and urge you to tor Camden, stand shoulder to W. be present. shoulder with tho President on all Macmillau, and to Bro. J our appreciation for their Road movement is public questions The Good Senator James, progressing bv leaps Nnd bounds has dono a giant's work in fight- services in conducting devotional in the Southern Appalachian Ter- ing the President's battles in tbo exercises; to the'people of Mt. Veinon for their hospitality; to the ritory, and in the Southeast, and Senate and has had excellent sup Christian church for the use of it is important that those interest- port from Senator Camden. ed in the subject should get to- Wh?n Senator Camden's term ex- the organ; and to Miss McCord gether and compare notes, and pires, Governor Beckham will be for so delightfully entertaining us. 2nd That we heartily endorse hear practical questions of financ- ready to co operate with the Presiing, location, construction and dent in solving the course of study, and tho uni those great probform daily program for schools of maintenance of roads, as well as lems that now confront the party our county. Federal and State Aid, discussed. and the nation. Some of tho best equipped men 3rd. That we endeavor to arouse Every Democrat in Kentucky in the country will address the a greater interest in reading by should go to the polls in Novem Convention on thee and other bor and establishing district libraries. cast his vote lor Governor timely subjects. The progress of 4th. That we become allies of Beckham and Senator Camden the medical piofesslon in reducing the Road movement, with tho and thus endorse that great difficulties encountered and overstatesman and patriot, Woodrow the deathrate, caused by preventcome, and other practical exper- Wilson. able diseases, by more closely obiences will be reported and dis serving and teaching laws of hycussed. It vour child starts in its sloop, giene. We aw m nitig the worn grinds its teeth while sleeping, 5th. That Miss Lida E. Gard who are interested in picks at the nose, has a bad breath ner's helpful talks were an fnspir-- i en's clubs, this great moeinont, 10 sond del- tickles appetite, pale complexion ation, and gave a vision of the and dark rings und r the eyes; it egates to this convention has worms; aud as long as they re- possibilities of the rural schools. Oth. That we recommend that The Bristol Board or Trade is main in the intostines, that child WHITE'S Cream thb County Superintendent and in an will be sickly. assisttng the Association effort to make this the greatest Vurmipugk clears out the worms, County Boavd of Education name strengthens tho stomach and bow- a date on which al1 rural schools Convention the Association has els and puts tho little one on the ever held The Delegates will be road to health and cheerfulness. shall begin, and require the endriven in automobiles over the Price 25j per bottle. Sold by John forcement of the compulsory school law. splendid pike Robins, Brodlioad, Ky. of Sullivan County, Tenn., system 7th. Realizing the inability of young teachers to grade tbejr and shown the practical side of The Campaign macadam roads being Opens Somersjet schools, wo favor the real spirit of by State Convicts in Washington tho law, providing for rural superCounty, Va.. as well as otherwise vision; we also, iavor the employ ' instructed ana entertained. Thomas S. Rhea, Chairman of ment of experienced and trailed Tho Convention will bo held in the Democratic State Campaign teachers for this position, whoso tho auditorium of Hotel Bristol, Committee, has done a wise thing entire time be devoted to thorough whore an exhibit of County road in opening the Campaign in Som- supervision of rural schools,giving maps and photos of roads and erset on the 28th day of Septem- special attention to schools taught Governor Beckham and by inexperienced teachers. The other scenes will be shown. Every ber. delegate who lists or can secure Senatot Camden have strong fol- regular reports of supervision be showing lowing in the Mountains irrespect- made to tho County Superinten good photos of scenes roads being constructed or main- ive of Party and each of them will dent and County Board of Educais in poll a big vote in that section, tion. Wc suggest that at least tained, or alter completion, vited to bring same. Photos of drawing both from the Republi five years experience be required difficult road or bridge construc cans .uid. Independents. of all applicants for this position. Governor James, B. McCrearv tion are especially desired. 8th. That we deplore and con I hope you Will plan to attend presided at this meeting aud demn the uso of.tobacco, especial-- . this Convention, and if you know made a strong address, urging ly the use of cigarettes, to which of others who would like to attend all democrats to stand by the a large per cent of the youths of as delegates, please send me their nominees. Tho Governor served our state are addicted, and which four years during the war and impairs their health, their mental natnesind addresses. The railroads will make especial- knows what it is to give and re- and moral being; and we hereby rates for ceive hard blows, but when his pledgo ourselves to stamp it out ly attractive round-tri(his Convention, and we will mail parly calls, ho forgeN all past dif- - as faros wo are able, and as a las -Va.-Tenn- My commission 1918. expires fall. Feb. 13 He hap said to his friends thttt and in boty men and women. Regulates bladder troubles in children. If not sold by your druggist, wilt DO sent by mail on receipt of $1.00. 'One small bottle in two months treatment, nd sel dom tails to perfect a cure. Snd KEEP YOUU STOMACH AND UVEK for testimonials from his and othor HKALTHY states. Dr. E;,,W. Hall, 2926 A vigorous Stomach, perfect Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. Sold working Liver and regular acting by Druggist. . Bowels is guaranteed if you will use Dr. King's New Life Pills. They insure good Digestion, cor- ROCKCASTLE rect Constipation and have an ex ' TO FRONT cellent tonic effect on the whole system Purify your blood aud rid you of all body poisons through the Bowols. Only 25c. s' your Druggist. principles. Tho meeting at Somerset is conclusive in its assurance to the Democracy, that harmony prevails in the ranks, and tint there will be no division in November. ferences and girding on his armor, resort to furnish tho Co, Attorney tuk s his position in tho front tho names ot those so addicted, rank. There is no tnoro loyal together with witnesses. , Hth, That realizing the great reDemocrat anywhere than Governor McCreary; both of his adminis- sponsibilities and the urgent trations have been gratif' nig "to duties of tho office of the Democracy and no man in the 'tendent, to Supt we pledge State ha a larger personal follow-- Davis our support in the faithful ing. It is most significant that he .discharge of his duties, presided at tho very first moot- - ' 10th That realizing the inipor-inof this Campaign and it bo- - tanco of co operation of parents in speaks the harmony that has sthooi' woilr, we recommend the brought all the factions of the t organization Of a parent and Party under the sheltering wing of teachers association 111 each disthe National Democracy. trict Governor Beckham made his 11th. I11 order to promote the opening speech at this meet educational interests of Rockcasing also, and he was welcomed tle County, we fatfor a county orby thousands of the mountain ganization of teachers and trustpeople who turnout his political ees, with, at least, one meetiug life have consistently supported annually, at the county seat. him for every office he ever sought 2th. That we favor the appoint Thrro is no question of Governor metit of a program committee for Beckham's affections for Eastern rural districts. Kentucky and tho people of that 13th. That we tender our sinwonderful country, have returned cere thanks to our excellent in a thousand fold. structor, Prof. Calfee, for his unSenator Oljie James, also ad tiling aud practical instruction. liitj. Whereas hi the courfotff dressed tho Somerset meeting. In the short time that Mr. James nature, the great Creator has call has been in tho Senato he has ed to that better home, our beloved lived up to its best traditions and and respected Bro. has measured up to the standard Bell, therefore. of its ablest leaders. It was .a Resolved.that tho school has high compliment to this young lost a devated and faithful memKentuckian to be chosen by the ber, and that we deesly mourn his President to represent the adminis- loss tration in tho great Tariff fight J. O. SdoGGiN, Prop. Pilkruton, redeemed the pledges of the De niocrncy and gave us for the first Puof. Wilson, time in our history a real Revenue Theo. pigg, Tariff as opposed to protection. Mrs. Muluns, Miss Ward, Senator James is intensely interMrs, Fishuack, Sec in the Campaign this fall be ested cause he wants a Democratic col A TEXAS WON UK R. league. Sonator Camden for tho short-terThe Texas Wonder cures kidney Beckham Governor for tho long term, to make the and bladr'er troubles, removing battle with him in the Senato for grauel, cures t'ianets, weak aud of the kidneys the promotion of the Democratic all irregularities n County Teacher's Institute, con- ducted by Prof. Calfee of Berea. Tho vctcrnn teacher, und form r Superintendent, who has been in W. A B. Do-vis- , .ojjaiestw 2!"0 WIH x sr 1 1 touch with the of Rockcastle county sinc ho begin, his school days and who is now "on tho job" as Superintendent, who has in addition ti these duties represented the twi Counties, Lnurel nnd RcckcastU in tho State Legislature, wo to say, that he, workeo harmoniusly with Prof Caheo to give the teachers the best interest they have over had. Wo believe this is a consensus of tho opinion of the institute members. In addition to Prof. Calfoe's stioug and pointed addresses from time to time the state Health by Dr Car exhibit conducted Faulkner should be one of the many things to be remembered How to prevent "preventable disease', how to keep yo.l, how to ba clean, should bo of first importance in the life and habits of every an.-tryin- g ft : Best Money Maker in the World for Farmers, Grain Men and Engine Owners Mnkna mnniiv ra fn.qfc triAt thAVn'll ta nn mnA In In riflva u..:it. m.i.wkUI. no M Ittila. nnpafc in -. f iunftvoHiiii - ' ULLia uuur nun cvci uuut. Doyourown milling mill for everybody around 'ui.1.1-- . si - flour a day. you. Thoy all use flour. And with this wonderful little IK- You can quickly build up n biff paying flour trade right Inyour owti com achievement of the irreat bnfflltn mm 1.. p thn (.rAwnlnoiiiuuibj. .. I.. " ..! it -I 4h milt.Inventor. Talteraau. v Kuaraniceu r-.buccomllluiv-.. tInnnA .mall rftl. rmuIHnff injf UUSineBS. -- Jcunimew vi a UttU nntuA inmiln i OZliy Cue lUttu nuu atfctiu rwr "Midget" Marvel ,, t. " n, D ROLLER FLOUR MILL f r "A. Barrel o Petter Flour Cheaper" via,.H gain. Send for This Free Book m.A lftw f a Wnnifar s..i trim. Mill" tlllncp t.at ntliaraarnrlntnor ttltll it and what you. yourself. fan do. ANGLO-AMERICA- .. .... f- "i much chonper than tin larrct mills. Grlndi rye and buck. WUeAl, UWi All on tail No rnrlouo Milling Experience Neceeetrv. Got a "Midget" on SOdaye trial inonny lincK guarantee. ' ,, . jtou veiioumiK wiis 'S- - 4 3- - teacher. The two ringing, enthusiastic, tolling, speeches delivered by E, not R. Gentry our only does him credit, reflects the wisdom of iho county in putiinc him into office, but best of all, his speech emphasizes tho spirit of our citizens regarding "Good Roads'5 State-Aiand tho d Anti-cigarett- fellow-teache- r, CO., Inc. S17TnitBlJt- - OwMiVere.tr- H HILL t e crusade. "Tho world ' do more" and Rockcastle count,v is gaining momentum. Time and space in tho Signal will forbid extended notice From Dirt. Dust and Drudgery by tiling DIVORCE YOURSELF "7 t EDUCATIONAL ., Van-Wink- le In these busy, strenuous times it is reassuring to note the gradual, "slow but sure" methods ot advancing the interests of our people, materially nnd spiritually. First in order, spiritually, was our great meeting. When the preseut generation of young people, shall have grown up, memories of the Big Tent meeting, the Chilujrens chorus class, aud the "choir" will be bright spcs in niemoiy, and for older ones, we trust it will prove an epoch, a turning point where individual lives havo begun to grow. '; Teachers' Institute? the Following close in the wake of royival came Rockcastle ExpositiorvfOpeninig of the New Life, tho new vision, so V forcibly and graphically set forth by Miss Lida E. Gardner, SuperCombination Pneumatic Sweeper ( intendent of Nicholas county. I Release from broom drudgery (rom the Vtrsin of think it marks the beginning of and lifting furniture and from the dangerous scattering cl dust and germs that are railed by the use of the broom following the State course ot Stuay and the old fashioned carpet iweeper, can be attained by by adopting a uniform daily prothe use of the Dunt'.oy Combination Pneumatic Sweeper, which, dthough easily operated by hand, gram, outlined by Miss Gardner. creates powerful suction force which draws out all the dirt and dust found in your rugi and carpets and at the same Prof. Robt Spenco showed us time the revolving brush picks up all lint, pins, threads, how to test, and select seed corn, tavclings, etc and made'a practical test of speci THE DUXTIEY SWEEPERS are made in three sue. end sold under a rigid guarantee for one year. You may try Duns, mens of milk furnished Tlit ley in your own home for 10 days Frea of" Clarke. test showed the percentage ol For mere detailed Information write TODAY "butter fat" contained in each. An excellent time and audience was Teady at hand lor Mrs. Firth Duntlei Pneu;naticbweeperi to tell how women had advanced 6501 S. State Street CHICAGO from a state of ylavery and serfdom to one uow occupied. She told ot some of her ambitious, attainments and achievements, uow being enjoyed by her sex. She told of a good time coining jvhen the wife, tho mother should Huve tho right to .say by her ballot, what legal rights, she is entitle to. n r WtVflEaTSrll ip goveruiug her own household lf(Hi$h Dltunondwial The eJollUMkm.. Drop Tip The right of of her own children. Prof. McA lister of Berea college told in a professional way of the relation of mind to matter; designed to show from the psychologists standpoint, the effect of physical You. Now training, in developing the real, man. He showed that giving, a normal body, physical training under proper conditions can do velop a normal mind, . soul, intel lect whatever that term may im ply. To sum up:. We say, Sui 1 I Davis, and the teachers, and the For Infants and Children, UNDERTAKER and EMBALMED county are to be congratulated fo, Kind'You Have Always Bought excellent all round institute The the provided for us. Sears the mor-in- g '0unSff ,jsV: Agents Wanted .teJfr it- - The Hew Fads For Fall SWANN ffeacy Hats For T CASTOR A ?M&&i J.CMeOLftRY Signature of Superb JFountaln off nergyat .BearJaKaauJaflLaW. Panama-Parcifi- c International Just received a big lino of Mens February 20, 1 915, atSan Francisco. aid Boy.sfine clottnng. Sutton & McBee. al-- o Stuck-U- p Styles Stanford, Ky. . s Mrmi eaaaakaasN. aaaaaaafcgftfr fcwlf JgeeMeeMllaeeaaKr flLLaLaV T m'l I aaaaBHlfflr3ala5aam! con-truct- ed at Copyright, UH, toy Panama Paclflo International Exposition Company. Symbolic Fgure Representing the. Pacific Ocean at Panama- . Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. aro best noticed nowadays on tbe walls of tho rooms whore our.now Wall Papers have been uaecU Thoy represent the ,yery latest in Wall Paper designs and colorings. We havo sotne exclusive patterns for Parlors, Reception Rooms, Dining-KoomBed-Room- Mount Vernon Monumental .WORKS ana Granite Monunitints of all' kinds. Estimates furnished on application. t Manufacturer of and s nnd GEO. OWENsS Prop--r Pone 1X2 ' Jfp I Halls. - c. c.cox, Dentist l'lione 49-- You save money by buying here. Opptsiw Court House, 'sPaMataaBaaaas MraMaCTaWBffirtriljMMeTW yc$3d&3& 3ce8B3oe3oc P He Conover $& T,- 'C. Williama, ATTORNBY-AT-I.A- MT. VERNON, KY, - in vruuins ijvcr uuKoru oioru p '' Copyright. Uli. by Panama Paclflo International ExpoalUoa Company, !' ,1 . X033IC6XSX MT. VERNON. Ky -OFFICE.- On 2rd. flo5rfo The Bank of Mt. Vernon . on Church street. Special attention given to collections. Phone No. 8a. t d HANSFORD; New arrivals in.lall clothes at Sl'EOIAL COMMISSIONER'S ;' SALE Fish's. The far nfers in thfs, part are Plaintiff. Lloyd Maret is able to go about R- - L. McFerron Call at the Signal office for elec busy taking curb of their fodder. Mt. Vernon, Kv Oct. 2, 1914 some little on his crutches . vo.- tric light lamps and fuses. C K. uarmicai returned W. L. "Richards was inPinevillo, home Sunday from Flatlick:W. B. Mobley, Smith KeUey up "Nqi wntnWQ j Sutton & McBeo have all kinds $7 Wednesday, on business. Deiendants. wan.tiiCnmmunl. he has been holding a pro- and C. Rico. Jr . auto wftll BIONAL ot Furnithr.e, como and take a where By virtue of on order and judgtracted meeting Mr! and Mrs. John Robins. R. II. Htimm and look. James Barron spent Sup day with ment of the Rockcastle Quarterly A. M. Iliatt were np from Mrs. Wilmoth Eldor, widow of Mr. and Mrs H. C. Ki'rby. Mr. Court, rendtredat Its September Tuesday for the circus. tfio late Stephen Elder died at her and Mrs. W. A. McKinney were Term. 1914, I, as Spocial CommisR"ev. and Mrs. J. Ross Miller homo near Quail yesterday morn- thogiisstsof thitr diuhtjr, Mrs. sioner of said court, will, 011 the left Wednesday for Pineville where ing. ' Miss 26th day of October, i9i4, between W. H. Graves, Sunday. he will begin a meeting Sunday. loumvillc & ruttiviiiE n n co. o'clock a m. and Sutton & McBee are headquar- Cora Kincor attended the Teach- - the hours of 10 Edd Burnett and Myrtle Mason o'clock p. m at the front door of TIME TABLE. of the Orlando section woio mar- - ters for Ladies ready-t- o wear gar- Vis Institute at Mt. vctnon, last 4 Mt. Vernon, ... 5.04 pm ried at the homeof the b.idc yes ments, Bats, Suits, Coats, Skirts, week. Miss Martha Barron was the Courthouse, in 22 u.'.ttn Kentucky, the guost of Miss Ida Barron, Rockcastle County, iufact every 4hing to wear. J4 nortn 3:53 a m terday. exnose at tmblic sale, to the high Saturday night auil Sunday. J8 south '. 11:30 a w son, Mrs. W. H. Childros-anWanthd: Farm, approximate- Herbert Cress and Miss Rose est bidder, tho following describSouth f 12:19 am of Hustonyille, came yesterday to ly loo acres, modern improve Jl MqClurc were married at tho home ed property, viz., 1 Cratz Boiler IAS. Landrum, Agent. attend the burial of Ed Longford. raents, close to school and rail- of tho power, and bride last Thursday. Rev. and Engine, She will remain over a short time road Write James Barnes officiated. Phone No. 8. Will pay cash. Saw Rig, Saw and Carriage, aud Miss with relatives. room 831 Great Southern Hotel Bertha aud Jerma Kincer, who Belts and all appurtenances there-unt- o Vvrnon, "Ky. PoHtoffice I Eulered at tWMt belonging. Rev. George S. Watson came Gulfport, Miss. are teaching iu the Wildie section, ai nicond'CiMi mnll matter. over from Boouevillc Tuesday to The amount of money to be News comes from Danville that were with home folks hero from bring five young ladies from Ows friends of Central Uni ersity are Friday until Sunday. Mr. and made is as follows: PEIISOMAL ley county to place in Langdon talking of asking that Hon. John Mrs. Sam Barron were tho guests $200.00, with interest from the day of April, i9i4, and the J. Fish is iu Cincinnati, buying Memorial School. W. Yerks bo elected president of of Mr and Mrs. James Southard, 28th goods. near Bloss, Saturday and Sunday, cost of this action. that institution to succeed Dr. LOCAL it TERMS: Misses Delia Hajes and Nettie Mrs W. H. Cox continues on Hinitt, resigned. made on a will be Said sale Marler were in "Mt. Vernon shoptho rick list. New fall shods for all the family Hon. Nat Sowoll, Democratic ping last SatuVday. Melvin Wal- - credit of Three Mouths. Bond ill small son of Mi. and Mrs. at Fish's. The was here Nominee for Congress Ion continues very sick. Mr. and with approved security will be reTom Taylor has foitr. from Dont fail tone at meeting 01 Monday, or. his 'return Bullock'aJjid little quired, bearing interest ot the is Dr. R. H. Lewis was over from Commercial Club Tuesday night. Somerset Mr. Sewell expects to and Mrs. Irwin m dntighter, Anna May, spent Sat- rate of 6 per cent from date until Wildie Monday on business. campaign" in the wage a strong Let your new fall suit be one ol urday night with Mr. and Mrs. W. paid, and having the force aud efElder Soward will begin a series Fish's $15 Specials. Best in the Eleventh. A. McKinney. W. M. Bullock fect of a judgment. of meetings at Cove, Saturday wcrld at tho price. This the 24th day of Septomber Nothing further'had been heard and family spent Sunday with night. . ,v IQl4. from the big land deal at the time Mrs. Debord near Level Green. Read the advertisement of W Mr. and Mrs. Underwood are T. Hicks CAM MULLINS, in this isuo He is ad of going to press, but those in po Miss Rissie McKinney was the here from Corbin visiting rela- vertisitig for sale the A. W. Stew- sition to know seem confident pleasant guest "of Misses Sidney Special Commissioner. 31. tives. feel sure and Luella Kincer, Thursday and over tho situation art farm near Wildie, Ky. FOR SALE that in less than a week favorable night. W G. Kirbv and' family Judge and Mrs. G. M. Ballard The district teachers association word will be received. The A. W. Stewart, land on were with Mrs. Cook near Burr spent Sunday with Mrs. Malisslo of Educational division" No. P. will Clear Creek, in Rockcastle CounduriuK the week. Miss Martha Kirby Mr. and Mrs. Fred Piper, who McFerron. ty, Ky., will sell as a whole or cut meet at Brodhcad, Friday Oct. Oth was in Mt. Vernon, Saturday, the Miss Martha Sparks camehome at 10 o'clock a. m. Every teacher h'avo been visiting the family ol guest into tracts to suit purchasers. of her sister. Mrs,, A. W. from Danville Monday very sick. of No. 3 Division is earnestly re-- Mr. and Mrs. James Rickels havo improved, . This farm is well ' Misses Hester and MinShe is better at this time. returned to their home iu Ciucin Adams.. two quested to bo present. has two splendid dwelling, nie Cromer afier spending a week Miss Hamie Estes of Ransom-villnati. large barns, two silos, and a numW. W. Wright, who was L. ic with their parents near Hopewell relatives and N. Y. is with Blschof Suits for ladies, at houses and small of N. Dispatcher al'Livingslou for returned to Level Green wheie ber tenant ftiendrt hero for a few days. Sutton & McBeo's. they are barns, and new wire fencing nil to Chief years has beon promoted attending school, Cecil Roynolds of Corbin, has MT. VERNON SIGNAL Joe Riddle was down-fro- Brod-hea- yesterday. " ev. 79 ;'! "Star Brand Shoes ARE BETTER" YOU ALWAYS GET YOUR .'MONEY'S WORTH WHEN YOU BUY THEM. GET YOURS HERE TO-DAY. 1 Bro(J-hea- d SsKSf "WE STAND BY WHAT YOU BUY..' d THE HOME Of GOOD CLOTHES. e 1 :l UMDERTAKSB. ,"4 Hi , SdmiM Phono 94-- wlf1 Our line of n.n..u .vyuoauis uuuv,ii (ina,nic is unexcelled Hand-mad- e iii ( oflins furnished Hearse soul, to all parts of the County All orders by Wire Promptly. Filled i W. A. COX,l MT. VERNN, KV 5 IS h T6oMk y A TRAININO KY. . RICHMOND, SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS Cotirsci lendinc to Elementary, Intermediate and Life State Certificates. Valid In nil Public Schools of Hpccial Courses and Review Courses. Tuition Free to Appointees. Two splendid dormitories, new model school, new manual training building, practlco school, department of agriculture, a well equipped pymnnslmii. Domestic Science. First Term begins September 7, Second Term November 10, Third Term January 23. Fourth Term April 6, Summer School opens June 14, Catalogues Tree: j. u. cilAIlIlK, l'rwldent. Kcn-tii($- y. e. biou hero with Mr. and Mrs. E. vision of the L. & N. succeeding ofMt. Vernou Commorclal Club shoes for Men, Sel Jl. Gentry during the weok. our own John H. Fish is urged to be present at ihe meetby for Women; at' the newest Mrs. Wm. Poyntor vished her Foil bALE: A house and about ing ot Tues3ay night, Oct. 5th, things now on display. diughter, Mrs. li. B. Thompson are to be 4 acYes of land in Livingston, Ky. when arrangements Sutton &JIcBee. at Crab Orchard first of the week. made for sending delegates to conA bargain ifsold at once, easy his Elder J W. Riddlo visited terms- - For further information, vention of Southern Appalachian brothers and sister. at East Bern.1 call on or address'mo at Livings- Good Roads ' Association which stdt,from Saturday until Monday,. ton, Ky. Oct. 0, holds at Bristol Having rented my larm I will Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Myers of Sept. 7. 8 and 9ih. , T. J. Pknnington. on Wednesday, October 2f,. offer' Williamsburg were, with reUtives Beginning with Sunday Oct. 4th Grow More Wheat, Farmers lor sale at my place on Renfroe's here the first of the week for ti Creek the following: traiu No 23. South bound, wilbe ' few days. Arc Told. 2o head of young cattle, 3 regisdue at 139 "a. m. instead of u:J8 tyCharles Thompson who-lm- s As a result of the demands that tered male jersey calves, about 6 a. iu. and train No. 22, North phoid, is reported to bo improving bound will be due 5:o4 p. tn. in- will be made upon the agricul- months old, soma registered heif? and will be up again in two or stead of 4:59 p. m. tural resources of the United ers, 6 to 9 months old. 4 good three weeks. J. A. Lmdrqm, Agent. States on account of the war, B. milch cows, full blooded Jersey Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Daily ar. move- cow, with first calf, 2 best broo'd If you are interested iu im- & O. railroad has started a proud parents of twin babies, a the county, full sjsters, provements, and want to see old ment to influence American farm mares.in boy and giil. Mother and babe acreage of 4 and 5 years old, dapple ,grays, ttockcitl have roads, read tho ers to increase their Walk-Over Va-Ten- Dispatcher of tho Henderson Di- Important: Every member over farm. Write me for price aud terms So look the land if interested. over and see tho tobacco and corn growing on the land. W. T. Hicksp Jollico, Tenn 3L A valuable dressing ioe flesh liSliiSSSi SALE Photographs All Kinds and Sizes 18-i- -- 1 1 1 wounds, burns, scalds, old sores, rasb, chafed pkin. ,ia Baxlard's Snow Liniment,, it is both heal Price 2sc, ing and antiseptic ank $i 00 per bottle. Sold by John Robins, Brodbead. Ky. Stkayhd A cow, solid red color, smooth, weight about 1,000 pounds, wore bell with home-madchain collar, right bag largest. Notify and receive reward. J. H. CLAKKPine Hill, Ky. e Pictures Framed and Enlarged, Kodak Pictures Finished. Eirst- - Class Work Guaranteed Mants Rttildmcy Q t A- - John H. Fish, wuo has been of the Chief Train Dispatcher N. Hendorson Division of the L. foi two years, has been promoted to Assistant Master of trains of Mr. E. Bullock of Hanstord, that road. Jonn is located at young Earlington, Ky. His many friends the saddlo and harness salesman, Charley Rice, the populai railroad man of Livingston, who at homo are clad to hear that he is also something of a farmer and cau boast of having a' crop of was hurt in the Cedar Creek is making good. corn unexcelled in but few counwreck a short time ago is getting OWKNS: Melvin Owens, 'aged " ties of the state. He brought to well. 26, a son of William Owens, of the town Tuesday, an ear of corn George Pennington, a son of tho Quail sret, died last. Friday mornlate A. Pennington, who has beon ing after an illness of three which measured t'2 inches long, in the North-wes- t for several months. Tho deceased first took 94 inches at buit, 7V inches tip, VVMilWPPHMWM QttuE?IjLafi9: fcflrtt"W9WffBw! 18 rows of com, with 56 grains to years, is here on a visit to typhoid, which developed in row.'malring a total of 1008 George says ho has seen a causing deal. Young the good portion of the world since he Mr. Owens was. a model youngJ grains; weight 2 lbs and 2 oz. Mr Bullock has sixty jicres of this left. jnan, with many splendid traits ot corn and the entire crop compares with the Miss Hamie Estes. of Ransom character and we join to this ear. He attri favorably in deeply mourning ville, N.Y. was the guest of rela- host of friends butes his splendid success to the tives here during the week. Miss tho untimely death of this noble right kind of seed corn, and of Hamie, who is now a beautiful young man. Ho leaves a wife course the ground was prepared .young lady, will be, remembored who was Miss Stringer, a daugh- right, the corn planted and fertiby "the people of Mt, Vernon as a ter of Mr. John Stringer. Tho lized as it should be and was culti of Season ery small girl when she left burial took place at Provideuce vated iu a manner to get the best burying ground Saturday. here. results. There are any number of Ed Langford, son of Mr. and iarmers in Rockcastle who can Mrs. Mnr Susan Albriebt. of Sheridan Lake, Colo , arrived in Mrs, Tip Langford died Wednes make something of a similar reMt. Vernon Tuesday morniug on day after an illness ot many port while there are some who Kentucky relatives. months and much suffering. Tho bold to the idea that tho way a visit to Mrs. Albright was taken away deceased had been a sufferer for father or gradfather raised corn, near Wldie) years of tuberculosis and nothing is still good enough for mo and from this county twenty seven years ago: on; ft that medical skill could dp brought the rosult, it is nubbins they get stretcher, supposed to ba in the' any relief. Short services wore and not corn. last stage of consumption, After conducted at the grave yesterday Tickling the throat, horseness,' reaching Colorado, she began to afternoon by Rev. Allen, of tho improve, and to see her now no Baptist church, who iu bisremarks loss of voice, indicate the need of Baluuid's Horbhound Syrup. Tickets good, going onty on Trajn No. 22, leaving Junction one would suspect that she was verv correctly referred to the as an almost model young It eaeos the lungs; quiets cough City 840, October 4ih. 'Good returning .on Train No. 21, ever afflicted with that awful dis- and restores health in thepropchial ease. Mrs. Albright will .visit all man. To the bereaved paVents we tubes. Prices 25c, 5oc aud, $l.oo leaving High Bridge 4:15' p . m .,-- Sunday, October 4tk of her Kentucky relatives before extend our'sincere sympathy in per boltle. Sold by John Robins, Ask Ticktjt 'Agents For Particulars. Brodhead, Ky. returning to her western home, this hour of sad bereavement home-folks. n, doing nicely. Mrs. Margaret Grimes Bell after a visit of several days with her mother, lias returned to her home in Lexington. Will Herrin and Lincoln Pen nington, of Corbin, wore tho guests ol Misses- - Roberta Purcell and Edith Adams, last Sunday, Rev. Mr. D R. Brock and camo down. Combs of London, Tuesday to attend the Enlistment meoting at tho Baptist church. Miss Minnie Riadle and Mrs. Charles Riddlo and little sou Leonard, of East Bernstadt, are visiting relatlvesat Cove this week. ' Miss Willie Francis has returned home, after a few weoks visit with relatives and friends' in Monti cello, Danville and other places. article of County Atty. E R. Gentry on the first page anil then go to work for it. Tho columns of this papor are open for any article on the question, worthy of pubhea tion. The eighteon months' old child of Mr. and Mrs. Grovor Johnson, of the ; Burr vicinity died Wednesday of last week and'was bur- iod next day at tho Maret burying Mr and ground near Wildio. have the 'sympathy Mrs. Johnson of the entire community in their great loss. crops and adopt extensive methods to enlarge the yield. A. B. & 0. agricultural export, J. H. Sfew-arsays it is practicable for farmers to increaso food produc tion by at least 1.5 per cent, thus adding to the nation's wealth by about $1,000,000,000. An appeal is boing made to tho farmers to sow a large acreage of winter wheat and oats while there is yet time. It will be pointed out that additional cornland can bo sown in wheat in the corn belt, to bring about a 15 per ceut increaso without materially interfering with other crops. The B. & O. is equipped to assist all who want advice and to give demonstrations. t, All parties holding claims good workers and well broke to single or double. One'aged against the estate of S. Riddle, de drive mare, 1 two,year-olpast, horse, ceasejd, wilLpresetit same to me at natural saddler, 1 two pasfc.filly, onc&Jjprbporly proven. J. M.Craig, natural saddler, 2 yearling ji'ast' Admr. mule colts; 2 last spring tnulo Sept. colts; 1 three past stallion, ijy Sidi When the chest feols on fire 10 hands high, well'broke. a boy and the throat bourns, you have can handle hiui, broke to ndrive indigestion, and you need HER single or double. 15 head regis, BINE to get rid ol tho disagreetered Duroc h6g; lo ' gilts with ablcfeeling. It drives out- badly .strengthens the pi3; s male shouts, 60 to loo lbs. aigested food, stomach and purifies the bowels. 1 good wagon, 1 new Price ooc. Sold by John Robins, Birdsell wagon bed. Brodhead Ky. TERMS of sale made kinwnon day of sale. G. S. GRIFFIN. FOR FLETCHER'S 'H. C, Jones, Auctioneer. d Saturdays ONLY hjt OPEN ;"?; jfZj. Ebeiwt "SSSxj tOiS JTr1h?T?S5 STUDIO fc.' 25-3- t. ?Trf"Sri TIT" Tlj jjfcl - - xqjrjx & GRANVILLE OWENS j Dxqjrpx UNDERTAKER ' - two-hors- e Brodhead COMPLETE Mail, Telegraph Ky ft fi Children Cry CASTOR. A LINE or Tele- Coffins, Caskets and Robes ?.SNc phone orders Promptly e Filled x:$3$3c:a AUTUMN' EXCURSION Sunday October 4, 1914, ft i Last Excursion the High Bridge Ky TO The Helping Hand you can most surely depend upon in time of trouble is your bank ac- count. Better start to acquire a big one by depositing what you have in You'll Find the necessity of thinking bolore paying a great Incentive to saving. When trouble comes what you havo been provented from frittering away will make a conifoxtablo balance. I 50c pound Trip From, J unction City The Bank of MtVernon m d, The Bank of Mt. Vernon A ., - mvmmQr1fm ft . . rMh t - lfctM r MttfaAafiaMttB .!' Why Definiteness ! , Newspaper Responsibility. OUR 1 Pays In Advertising ajier Great Children Cry for Fletcher's Money-Sayin- g Combination Bargains All Standard Publications of the Highest Merit, Which WillBe Appreciated By Every Member of Your Family chant who says-hhas tried advertising but nevor made it pay. The chances are ten fo one that he simply needs to study definiteness. The principle of the specitic fact and the specific instance, effect till e This BIG OFFER Consists of THE MI VERNON SIGNAL, . THE CINCINNATI WjEKLV ENQUIRER, THE FARM AND FIRESIDE, SEMI-MONTHLTO-DAY'- Josephus Daniels, secretary of the navy, in an address delivered Labor day to a press association, urged alt editors to subordinate their news to the good of the country. Ho particularly iolt, in tliis tinio of international strain, v. rhing ond'speuking. They make that newspapers should ho very oue man's advertising a partial cautious what they print. This is while another's is a money good advice. Hut most people do getter.,. not realizi how largely editors are If one man visits 0 strange city, constantly following those counlail-ure, Here and there one finds IlF'ltl it -Ju.st-ns-goo-d" l FA V MAGAZINE, MONTHLY. BOYS' MAGARINE, MONTHLY, "HOUSEHOLD JOURNAL AND FLORAL LIFE, MONTHLY. OUR SPECIAL BARCAIN PRICE 9 Y FOR ALL SIX, EACH ONE YEAR $1.65 he comes back talUin something like this: 4,It was fine, grand, splendid.'' His talk evaporates into vague, genetul phrases "Tho people that hear him know no more about that city than before. Helms'lew listeners, whatever his subjectjot conversation may be. Another man remarks about the slime town, that it is full of buildings SO stories high, that the stteqts were sp crowded he had to waft ten minutes at oue cross walk to get over, and that people wore always in a hurry and the street railway conductors always said sels Tho Kind Yoti IIiivo Always'Bonght, and which lins been in. iiso for over ?0 yours, litis borno tho signature of. '"'"1 has been mado under his pcr- --j? S3&3fy-?-- sonnl supervision slnco its infancy. Wuzjy&ccUiZZ, Allow no 0110 to deceive you in thls. nro but All Counterfeits, Imitations and ' Evporlments that tririo with and endanger tho licnlth ol Infanta unit Children Experience against Experiment. Controversies as to whether certain news should be published or not. almost always arise out of somft individual's wrong doing. A man gets too free with the convivial hi 'hball and festive companions, he punches some oue in the face, and next morning has a headache and a complaint for assault aud battery. After paying his fine, ho calls around ut the newspaper oilice. His fraternal feeling for the editor Is marvellous aud unaccustomed. Incidentally he wants to have his little case Cnfllorin, Is gorie, Drops and Soothing Syrups It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Blorphlncrnor other Nnrcotio mibstnuce. Its ago is its giinrnnteo. It destroys Worms and allays Fevcrlshncss. For in ore than thirty years it lias been in constant uso for tho relict of Constipation. Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Diarrhoea. It regulates tho Stomach and Bowels, assimilates tho Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. CASTORIA What is substitute for Cnstor a harmless OH, Paro- - GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS 5fr After such a man has talked a "It won't do any good to print it few moments, you got some idea is the familiar plea. "No one is ubout the' )uu.o he describes. interested in it." You see it with your own eyes But no good purpose is served Every until who ever made n by the suppression ol -- uch incisuccess as a newspapor writer has dents. Most men caro little about learned that you must give per- tines, but they care a great deal sonal incidents and actual happen- about the public disgrace. If the ings to make any kind of jiews newspaper screens them, they are article interesting. If tho reader twice as likely to make asses of can't see the thing with his own themselves again. eyes, tho copy won't sell. It is a.difforent story when the Just the saoio in advetising If newspaper man comes in contact ou merely say "Best stock in with police and other responsible order early. place keep on town" the reader may or may nor public officials. If the newspapers believe you. Try picking out the printed all they know, many crim of the will best values in your store, give- a inals would have the tip to buy will conweekly each week, few details about them so tho tickets for Canada. Qfler applies on can gel some idea what Most 01 tlie newspapers are week. of jthc entire densed they are, then name the price. handling tactfully the news of the the Signal. due or Tho reader thjn sees tho bargain war. They freely pr'ntboth sides with his own ,eyes, is interested, They have u right to express an ' opinion as to tho causes of the' and feels n dosiro to buy, is all there is to godd ad- war. But newspapers of the safThat vertising. It does not require fron type should rellect that it wit, nor literary nor technical does not nay to dignify mere rum skill. Just "come down to brass or jus, as if it wore an authentic tacks." Give the pliin facts roport. There are too many about an arllcie as ou would talk people who remember whac you 'Why Not Publish It? BANK PEOM.RS When you wont a fact to be- to a btior over the counter. Try said the day before. come generally known, tho right it and see! ' DEAFNESb CANiNOT BE way is to publish it. Mrs. Joseph CURED ATTBN-- , Kalians, Peru, Ind., was troubled YOUR FALL COLD NEKDS will with lielcliing, sour stomach and by local applications as they can-uTION ! freqdent headuches. She writes, reach the diseased portion of No use to fuss and try to wear "I feelit my duty to tell others It out. It will will wear you out- the ear. There is only one way what Champerlain's Tablets have instead. Take Dr. King's New to cure deafness, and that is by done for me. The have helped my Discovery, rejief follows quickly. constitutional remedies, Deaf by an inflamed ingestion and regulated, my bow Itched your Cold and Soothes ness is caused eJs. Since using them I have been your Cough away. Pleasant, An; condition of the mucous lining of of the ontirely well." For sale by all ticentic and Healing, Uliiluren ot the Eustachian Tube. When dealers. like it. GetaSoc bottle of Dr.ithis tube is inflatnmed you have a sound king's Now roukoastEe QUARTEKLY in. tho house,Discovery and keep it rumbling when it is or imperfect $ entirely clos"Our family Cough hear, aud COURT am Cokl Doctor" writes Lewis ed, Deafness is the result, aud unCOMMISSIONER'S SALE Chamberlain, Manchester, Ohio. less tho inflammation can be taken Money back if not satisfied, but it out and this tube restored to its J. M. Smith aud normal conditjon, hearing will bo nearly always helps. S. Ltf Smith Plaintiffs, destroyed forevor; nine cases out by Catarrh, of ten are caused SAL.E VS. The Only Home Product which isuothing but an inflamed Dan F. Miller and condition of tho raucous surfuces. Hattie C. Miller Defendants. We will givoOne Hundred DoOld nian Grouch says: "Tho The undersigned Special Com average Kentucky farmer buys llars lor any case ' of Deafness missioner for the Rockcastle canned and dried fruits and can- (caused by catarrh) that cannot ho cured Quarterly Court, will, on the 5th ned arid dried other goods. He Send for by Hajl's Catarrh Cure. circulars, free. $ day of October, 19 14, on the farm gets up, at the alarm of a ConnectiPeople Convenience of F. J. CHKnkv & Co , Toledo, 0. of Jonas Pittman, near Level cut clock, fastens Chicago sus- Sold by Druggists. 75c, PR ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Groon, Rockcastle countv, Ken- penders to his Detroit overalls,, Take Hall's Family Pills for contucky, between ibe hours of 9 washes his face with Cincinnati stipation. o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m., soap in a Pennsylvania 'washpan, COUNTY COUR'l ORDE t offer tor sale the following do sits down to ajGrand Rapids table . BANK $ PEOPLES Whereas on the 24111 day of bcribod personal property, tovwit: and eats Indiana hominy fried in Auk- - i9u a petition was filed in power Nagle boiler; i St. Joseph lard; 011 a St. Louis tho office of tho County Court " " 1 20- Erie engine stove. Thonhe puts a St.' Louis Clerk of Rockcastle County sign ; mounted on bridle on a Missouri mue and ' ed by 2o legal qualified voters f 1 Trever heading Saw nd Rig plows a farm covered by an Ohio voting precinct No. 2, known as complete? , mortgage. .When bedtime comes West Mt. Vernon asking a subDrag Saw, complete; L be reads a' chapter from a Bible mission of the question, whether 1 Bolting Saw, complete; printed in Chicago, says a prayer cattle or any species thereof shall 1 Edging Saw, complete; Hvritten in Jerusalem ajid crawls bo permitted to run at large in All belting; line shafting, pul- under a blanket made in New said voting precinct fn said counby a only to be kept awake leys, etc. Kentucky deg, which is about the ty. It is now ordered of the Court , TERMS; product on the that a poll be opened in said voting Said sale will be made on a only get1 precinct at the general election pjape." . bWd credit o Three months, to be held in said precinct on the , . What Would You Do? with approved suretv, ot the rate 3rd day of Nov. ifllf for tho purof 6 per cent per annum from date There ate many times when ons pose of ascertaining the will of the nctioly until paid, having tho force and man questions another's a' effect of a judgment. and motives. Men act different, voters of said Precinct, upon tho ' llPjf III fl Ml " under "diflerent circumstance u question whether or not cattle or CAM MULLINS, The question is, what would yoo any specie thereof shall bo permitSpecial Commissioner. do right now If yru'bad a severo ted to run at largo in said voting Sept. I5, iqi4. ' cold? Could you do better thiin t . precinct. take Chamberlain's Cough' Rem G. M. Ballard, J. R. C. C. up-to-dAPPLY SLOAN'S FUCKLY FOR LUM- - ed? "It is highly recommended by people who have dsed it for Copy Attest, 1MGO. Tb Lira HoM comS; F. Bowman, C. K. O. C. Yoiir attacks of Lumbago ate years and knows its value, Mrs CORSET. seryice not tieurly sa.hopeless as they O. E. Sargeut, Peru, Ind., says, Sept. fort and lasting , Style COM is an average fieui corset. Remedy "Chamberlain's You can made ot. corded batbte. Finished at from a Kabo; it" is made seem.'fnsta'ntly byrelieve them al worth its wejghtCoughgold and is top with silk embroidery trim. Has a I in a simple appliLUNG THOUULE CURBD most rubber gore ta bottom of back section. for you to wear. is cation of, SlOan's Liniment on the take pleasure fn recommending HOPELESS Hasvenrlow bust and long, skirt. la very ligfctly boned. Has Wflnch front Many recoveries from Lung daip. Back wires have Ieatherbone at worth what you pay at back and loins. Lumbago is a it." For sale by all dealers gpiiornj Mas three pairs of supporters. Troubles aro duo to Dr. Bells form, pf rheumatism, and yields Sizes, 20 to 32. TOUKD Up Who.h SYSTKM. any price. . It strengthens perfectly to Sloan's which penePrice $3.00 have tho Lungs, checks the CoPgh and 'Chamberlain's Tablets T trates quickly all in through tho W. S. Mr. sore, tender muscles, limber up the done more for me than I ever dar- gives relief at once. Sale make's it feel fine, Get ed hope for .writes Mrs. Esther Wihtins, Gates, N. C. wiites: "I back and in a bottle ofSloatrs Liniment for 25 tyae jtoker, SpOncerport, N. Y. used Dr. Bell's any druggist and have it "I usCd Several bottles, of these a case given up as hopeless and it cents of THURUM & LEWIS They effected a complete cure." Getu in the house against cods, sore tablets a few months ago. FOR FLETCHERS Bell's and swollen joints, rheumatism, not' only curek me of bUfcus at- bottle of Dr. A ttorneys at Law If your cough is'dr and ail- tacks, headaches and that sick neuralgia, sciatica and like 4 down tho ments. Your mpney back if pot tired put feeling, but toned up backing let it trickle get relief Offices in Bothuvum Bldg. FOR FLETCHER'S give almost my whole system." For sale by throat, you will surely satisfied, but it does Will practice in all the Courts . Only 25c. at your Druggist. all dealers. nnstant relief. I .Never before has such a romarkablo group of lending publications been offered in combination with Thu Signal. Each one is a leader in its chosen field and goes into tho home?, of millions of satisfied readers. Why not uiako home life really at.ractivo by providing good llteratero that can be onjoyod especially prepared this combination o tmeet these requireby all the family ? We ments, and all at a price within reach of every one desiring the very best. This offer is open to all, both od and new subscribers". If you are at present a subscriber to any of tho above send in your order, and your subscriprion will be extondod from thedato it exsires. Please remember our agreement with these publishers U limited, and wo reserve the rigb't to withdraw this offer without furcher nottco. Therefore, OTR MOTTO IS, take advantage uow wHile tho opportunity is afforded you. Wo can conscientiously recommend this offer to all our reoders and feel satisfied you wiH bo more than delighted with the investment. It is impossible to send sample copies, but we advise, hon'ever, that they may be seen on display at our office "Step lively.'-- ' . "kept out.'' 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