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Mount Vernon signal: October 2, 1914 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1914 mou1914100201_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: October 2, 1914 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1914 $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. r . I. re - Published Every Friday iBKMI IJ Established i llililil aaaBxsz&aV vv MT. VERNON, v ROCKCASTLE vj vj yr 2, - y vr w WIW Vw T 1887 NUMBER 4i) VOLUME XXVII. COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY OCT. 1914 4 Five cent on each h I V 1 N (J S T O N .. S10U.OO would raise $600,000 00, which will go into that road fund Born to the wife of L m. WW :it Frankfort each year at the g on the 28th inst, a fine baby girl Sa present property value. Two per CO Miss Annie Parson and Rice cent ol $000,000 00 is ii,00U.U0. 00 Walton wprn nnllprl to Onnil TW- Tint means that il Rockcastle day, on account of the death of Sen.. ea f &J1A1ILV Will nllt U M Il til IT skill tIPvt. I'o'il' U I L.ni IJ a W. Catlin was . Twelve Thousand Dollars, or any M.!!v!n 0wens aj wiui nome ioiks at L.eoauon, Sun Miiaher amount, that the suite jjj put up an equal amount, thus day. w. n. jrouuer, ineouraves and Adam Bryant, attended the giving u.s Twenty Four Thousand show at Mt. Vernon, Tuesday. Dollars to spend on our roads Walter Nicelfi'i was in Mt.Vomnn "It)--- .. next year and every other year luesday - Conn Asher, of Berea.'JJ;; that we will do the same thing. is wO visiting his sister, Mrs. L H.I $& ; There is another wise provision of Davis. J. H. Owens is very sick this law. wat this writing. Miss Loueinda One great trouble with road Hellard, the lullogirl of Mt. Verbuilding in Kentucky, has been ,. ::? non, was with home folks, Sunthe iack of system. This law ::::::: day. Mrs A. Pennington is very provides that in order to secure sick at this writing. Mrs. Robt. this state aid, the money must Shroeder, who has been very sick rfirst be used in building roads for the past few days, is greatly connecting county heats, Think improved. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. what it would mean to Rockcastle guarantee every A ?"- Brown, of Mt. Vernon, were here County to have a splendid road article to be exact- m Sunday to see Mrs. Brown's mothM ly as we represent. leading into our county from er, Mrs. A. Pennington. Mrs. M every county teat around us. And Here, w hen we sav bar- - ilil Brown remained a few days with M gains then, after they are built, we can is so. That tttt her mother. Our school began use the same means somebody loses money is to build Monday -- ..,. .. In trenernl. ihf cf'1c li?e with Prof. Wilson, of certain : Sometimes it is other roads in the county. If we becoming than they have been for manv a day, Lebanon Junction, as principal, the inarufactures. again will take advantage of this opporand are distinguished by graceful lines. and Miss Tempest Ward, of Brodsome big retail concern, tunity, iu less than ten years, we The new silhouette shows a tendency toward head, Mrs Georgia McClure. of and at times we sacrifice can have a splendid the normal waistline, and is given variety in the system of this place, and John Leai, of Mt. by the use of the cape coat and the' modersuits our profit. Our custom-ers'reaj- ) pikes connecting every part of tne Vernon, as assistants. We hope ately fitted coat, and bv the manv styles of tho benifit no matcounty. But, you say that the and look for a good school. Mr. skirts. ter who loses. county cannot rai.se this Twelve and Mrs. W. M. Baker, of Mt.Ver-nou- , The suit coats this season are particularly Thousand Dollars. No, it cannot were here Sunday with rela interesting. They are longer than last season's do it by taxation, because the Fismodels. The long tunic accentuates the length tives. Miss Pearl Anglin. of Mt, cal Court can only levy 5cts on of the coat in many cases and gives the length Vernon, has been visiting relatives of line so sought for this season. the Hundred Dollars for road pur- here for a few days. J. E. Wood-all- , poses, but are there not enough Many skirts are made with tunics, either 1 the all around-salesmuof straight or plaited. The under or lower skirt wide awake men and women along London, was here Tuesday. Miss is just wide enough to permit comfortable walkthese various routes who owu Annie Baker, after a fuw days' ing. The skirts are somewhat shorter, too. property in this couuty to sub- visit with relatives here, has A decided feature of the separate coat will be the t, scribe what the county stiunot develojK-- in a variety of novel forma. All have home to Mt. Vernon. Mr. the popular flare effect at the bottom. raise? At one time there was of- and Mrs P. W. Durbin, of Win Sleeyes bhow greater eccentricity than ever the set-i- n fers from people along certain Chester, after spending a few days Bleee is back again, jogether with variations of the roads in the county to subscribe with Jumono and cape effect. relatives here, have returned half the amount, if the couuty home. -- A party of In collars the Gladstone and new Military collars are our young folks the most popular, and it's remarkable how well they have would put up the other half, but visited the noted lettered roek, been developed in the heavier materials. then we couid not do that, but Sunday afternoon. The party The Bischof models on display at your store embody now if the people will subscribe was these new style features in a way wonderfully becoming, composed of the following: and not m the least extreme. Come in and stay as long one fourth, we can build them and Misses Adna Hansel, Mary as you hke looking over the&e charming styles. We'll be I btheve tbey will do it. One glad to help you telcct the one that tints you best. m Bessie Owens, Ellen Lang-lwlJSw man has told me that he will give Margaret Singleton, Messrs. m 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 and Reece Ward. Chaparones Shoe t Clothing; Dry-Goodswill, can keep the roads of the were Mrs. J. E. Si.igleton, and county in as good shape as they Mrs. D. H. Owens. All expressed now are and have at least $6000,-0- 0 themselves well . mm pleased with their Hardware and 1 surplus to pub into this work trip, while they added their names next year. The question now be- to the already long list wiiich are Mr and Mrs. D. B. Albright, dur that the moonlight school as well fore us is: What are we going to cut or written in the face IMODHKAD. of this Just received a new car of ing the weelc.--Al- iss uertrudeKoo as the school fair will prove a do about it? We are going to wonderful rock which many huno the Old Reliable, best of all The teachers and citizens of thejerts who has been sick so long is very successful project, We hope have to begin next year to pay dred visit every year. The Rev. Brodhead Graded School District slowly improving. Mr. and Mrs that no patron will forget that he that 1,500 into the state treasure, D. Edgar Allen, of Mt. Vernon, American Fence will open a Moonlight school at Ben 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 at lower prices than ever the school building in Brodhecd from Casey. Frank Brooks was your loyal support, and that there Are we going to sit down and see the Baptist church, Saturday and money go to build roads in Sunday. in town Wednesday for a short are many ways that this suppjrt that sold for in Rockcastle InMonday night Oct. 5, 1914. Hubert Niceley was in County. Now is the time are requested to time. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Gen- can be administered. Ask him other and more wide awake coun Mt. Vernon, Tuesday. Mrs. John terested parties try were the guests of Cashier and how you cau aid him. ties? Or are we going to work Mullins has to buy your Fence. be present at 7:00 p. in. The returned home after and get $12,000 for every time we a few day's visit with relatives at lculty of the school are also mak- Mrs. A. M. Hiatt Sunday after f put $1,500.00. If we do not take Mt. Vernon. J. A Childress was ing plans for a school fair to be noon. The Rev. R. B. Baker State AidFor advantage of theoppoitunity, our in Mt. Vernon, Mondaj held at the school building early held regular services at the W. B. Roads In Rock-- Mr. and Mrs. El- Christian chuich Saturday and part will go back into the general Bullock, alter a two week's stay in in November. fund the following year and be mer Payne, of Eubanks, were with Sunday. J. W. Tate and Ed city, castle County distributed among the counties our little Ky. has ; returned to Brooks were in Louisville the latrelatives and fr.ends here several Lebanon, At meeting ot that do apply for it. It is a gold- - the Baptist peoplej Sunday on days last week. Mr. and Mrs. ter part of last week to witness the The Kentucky Legislature ol en opportunity for the poorcoun- - Sand Hill, steps were taken to Walter Elder, were with his par- closing series ot 19 1 4 base ball. The Brodhead Roller Mill Co.'s 1914 passed a law creating a State ties 01 tue.state jenerson county erect a church. house at ents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Elder that place week. Mr. and Mrs. Elder plant was closed a few days this fund for the purpose of assisting which will pay into this fund 120, A subscription was started and the last Onlv a few d.ivs .10m n bior Slinp FTnnsR in Tnlprln. Oliin in Eubanks, and this is their first week on account of a burs ted tlievariouscounties of the state in 000 00 every ye.tr cannot get one good work is progressing nicely. Hue. and if any one doubts that buildiug better roads. failed their entire stock was sold by order of the Courts. vibit to Brodhead lor two years. For the cent mojee out, than Kockcastle Mrs. W. H. Krueger is in Mt. We were fortunate enough to get about 4,000 pairs of Cash Herrin, ol Welborn, Pulaski "Chuck" Frith really perforins support of this fund they provid County, if we do our part. The Vernon for a few days. county, was here several days manual labor, a photo of himself ed a tax levy of five cents on One question is up to you. Men's, Ladies', Boys', Misses and Children's Shoes and Are you T. J. Pennington has opened up Oxfords that come from the best manufacturers in the last week on account of the ser- during this breakdown would have Hundred Dollars of taxable prop going to get behind your Fiscal a stock of goods in the Luther whole country ious illness of his sister, Mrs. J. settled the matter fully. Yes they erty in the state, beginning with Court and ask them to apply for Manus, property and is now ready We pro-pos- e AT OUR OWN PRICE. say that the little bald spot on the assessment for i9ifi Thai. this money from the slate? They to use the yard stick and W. Proctor. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. to allow our customers to reap the benefits of this scales Pean, of Indianapolis, Ind , were the top of his head was just as means that next year and each will do it, if you aik them. They alright. T. J., the more the merremarkable purchase . visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lee Coffey black as his face, but the lellcw year thereafter the property own are men of intelligence; men who rier and competition is the life of shall them loose for spot cash"onIy last week Mr. and Mrs. A E. who did the work might have ers m Kockcastle County will pay know a good thing when they see the country. L. H Davis has Albright, and little daughter dried his hands on the long locks, into tins state fund hVe cents on it; business men, but they are been putting his large stock of We never each One Hundred Dollars of the your representatives and they do goods in his new store room Worth, were in Cincinnati last of Chuck's hair. Our prices all through our big line will open your eyes. which 3,000,o00.00 of taxable property not want to do a thing that the is a peach and an honor weak. Mr. Albright was buying thought of that until now. CounWe aie practical Retail men. We know BARGAINS ; to our goods for his fall and winter trade ty Attorney and Mrs. E. R. Gen- in the couoty, amounting to 1, people oppose. I cannot build town, Walter Browning was are what you want and, By George, we are going to see The Rockcastle Milling Co try, of Mt. Veinon, Miss Hamie 5OO.OO. The law further provides roads. I do not even have a vote with hoinefolk.s Sunday. Kirt that you get 'em . started their milling plant at G Estes, of Ransouville, N. Y., aid that any county that will under-tak- in the action of the Fiscal conrt. Leslie was in Mt. Vernon Tuesday the construction of better I am no more in this movement to see the big show. Jas. Mu o'clock Friday evening, and have Cecil Reynolds, of Corbin, were in roads and will put up one half the than any other citizen of the guire of Paris, is visiting )vn a short time Wednesday. been running day ai.d night since t relatives that time. They claim to be so D n't forget that the singing be- state will pay the other half, and county'and that is why I am writ- here this week. The writer was ..-e .se , far behind with orders that they gun next Saturday eveuing that the state will make a survey ing you this article, but let's ask in Mt. Vernon Tuesday and while will be compelled to run solid time and the moonlight school next of the road, furnish plans and our FiscafCourt to begin right there visited the picture show in until they catch up. The ringing Monday night. Those that can specifications and submit an esti now to get ready for this good company with S. C. Franklin and that was to have begun last Satur s'lould come to the singing and mate of cost, at the expense of work next year. If we, over have occupied an exalted position while day night at the Christian church those who cannot read and write the state, unless there should be roads in Rockcastle, we must be- there. We mean a seat between Saturday night. should attend the night school more work of this kind than the gin sometime, somewhere and why S. C. Franklin and our old friend will begin next ... Every body cordially invited to The fellow who lets such oppor- regularly employed engineers can not now? James Maret. We had a love Yours for a start. attend. Mr. and Mrs. Chas, Rid- tunities pass by will one day say, do, in which case the state will feast together but perhaps before E. R. GENTRY. we were dle and children were with his "if I only had." Prof. Pilkerton pay half and the county half of out of town they were parents at Walnut Grove last Sun- principal of Brodhead Graded this expanse. The law also proAll you who have torpid liver, gathering up their artillery and 22!"' -.9 . day Steve Proctor has been witr School, is fast showing himself to vides that no county can use more weak vigestiin or constipated preparing to wage war on the in-!!: part of the be the man of the hour. Every than 2 per cent of this state bowels look out for chills. The uocent. We hope the treaty ot his mother a greater money in any one year, which is season is here and the air is full peace, that we have made, will JJw"l time for the past we k or more. department of the school is work of the disease germs. The best never be broken. J. B. Jones has !jww.7. Mrs. Proctor is very low, and not ing hke clock work. We hearjio a safeguard against the wealthy thing to do is to get your liver in from Bloomington, expected to live but a few days at' kicking from any one, but on the counties appropriating too much good condition and purify the returned af a week's visit. Atty. EH Gen-- 1 J most. A nuraoer attended the other hand we hear compliments of this fund and thus crowd out stomach and bowels. HERBINE Dr- - Walker Owens of Mt. try and ;": m Circus at Mt. Vernon Tuesc'ap from many. He is demonstrating the poorer counties like Kockcas- is the right remedy, it answers the Vernon, were here Monduy. Mr. purpose completely, Price 5oc. J.;" more and tle. Theie is, in Kentucky, from here. Mr. and Mrs. Brack nis progressiveness www. Sold by John Robitis, Bro"dhead, Gentry was interested iu a law wwwwwwwwwwww4B . were with her parents, more every day, aud we feel sure worth of taxable Durham 2 .XI suit here on that date. pwproperty. liTliPF - ll d oiir "- ",,M,,n"r,s"8n,HH?HHfHH3slf pasKjoivflirvts J ! to. 1 1 J 11 M.9 W jW U I I e. -.- Style Srgw I I w- That are Unusual and Extraordinary :: w. ::;.::.. .::::: ::::::: . Latest Fashion tendencies as expressed in the Fall Styles c-- it I m ml WIS n, canc-coa- SIR re-tuiu- emphasize the opportunities here presented for the saving of money. BELOW REGULAR We cannot too strongly Our prices average 25 to 50 per cent , An-derki- n, y, PRICES Sutton McBee tmi mmmmm Hats, Groceries, Furniture - Bargains A Shoes turn SPECIAL We e NOW GET BUSY. s U. G. . 1 BAKER Rockcastle's Biggest Store III,'..!! w w w wW -- iiitittfifiwwiitfftiftwifiimfiiiiiiniim.H ., k - R?. MT. VERNON SIGNAL Friday, Oct. 2. 1914 Published every Friday by EDG R S. ALBRIGHT. UBSCRII'TION ONK YKAR you further information as to the railroad and hotel ates and program. Will J'ou not arrange to attend he Convention, and then return home and work harder than ever 1 or GOOD ROADS. $I.OC Wilson Endorses Advertising rates made known on application Beckham and Camden President Woodrow Wilson con sidered the Maine election so im MKMBKR OF purtant in its lelation to National KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION Politics that at his personal re SlIEZ? quest-SenatoOllie James made a u 111 er of speeches in that State. VJK T Iff nryr Congrjssuiati Barkley of Ken-luckA was aUo on the stump in Ma;ne and a number of other powerful friends of the ad in mis DEMOCRATIC TICKET. tr.itiou lent their efforts to pro For l. S Senator I.tmy IVrin moiimr cue Democratic cause. J. C. Y. Ik- - kliom, or Frankfort. The success of the Democratic I. S. Senator Short Term ticket iu Maine was most gratifyJ. M. Camden, of ing to Pres:dent Wilson, a it 1'or Congress was to Dei Nat IS. Stfwell. of London. rats every wheie There is an old saying, "That as Maine goes, so goes the STATEMENT Union," and it is certain as anyOr The Ownership, Management, Grcula-tlo- thing can be in Politics, that as Lie ol the Ml. Vernon Signaj. Maine has gone this year, so will the whole Union go this ear Published weekly at Mt Vernon, verwhelmingly Democratic K.. required by the Act of Aug. President Wilson is as much interested in the election of two P O. ADDRESS SANK OV Democratic Senators in Kentucky alitor H. . Albright, Mt. Ver-w- this 1 ear as he was in the Maine Ky. election. At the meetine of the Mt, Vernon, Managing Ed. Democratic State Central and Ex ecutive Committees at Louisville Business Mgr. recently, a telegram was received Ky. by Senator James from President Wilson urging the election of Beckham and Camden to the Sen " " Owner ate. It is absolutely neeessarvj Ky. that the Democratic vote in the Known bondholders, mortgagees, Senate be strengthened and that and other security holders, hold-im- r work of the administration be 1 per cent or more of total the up held. The loss of a Democrat amount of bonds, mortgages, or ic Senator at this time would be other securities: None. disastrous to the Democratic E. S. ALBRIGHT, Publisher. party, and realizing the gravity of Sworn to and subscribed before the national situation the Presi sue lhh 80th day of Sept.. 1914. dent is taking a personal interest A. B. FURNISH, Notary Public. in the Kentucky Campaign this f r 11 Y V y i Vet-saille- n, - My commission expires Feb. 13 .91 a. fall. He has said to his friends thrt Under date of September 15th iPwside'it Joseph Hyde Pratt, sent unl the following letter from Bristol. to Rockcastle delegates: SV:i Sir: He are glad to notify you that you have been appointed a delegate lothe Sixth Annnal Convention ol 11)h Southern Appalachian Good Ro ids Association, to be held at Bristol, Oct. 6 9, and we cordially invite and urge you to be present. The Good Road movement is progressing bv leaps fnd bounds in the Southern Appalachian Territory, and in the Southeast, and Ya-Tent- i., he would be glad to make a speech in Kentucky for the ticket, but on account of the International com- plications, he has decided not to make any pnblic addresses at this time. A little later, however, he will issue several statements, set till"1 forth the work r1nnr hv tlio Democratic administration and appealing to the people of the whole country, tosupporthimand Va.-Ten- n., it is important that those interested in the subject should get to- gether ard compare notes, and hear practical questions of financing, location, construction and maintenance of roads, as well as Federal and State Aid, discussed. Some of the best equipped men in the country will address the Convention on thee and other timely subjects. The progress of movement, with the difficulties encountered and overcome, and other practical experiences will be reported and disthe-Road his party in the patriotic work they are performing. Governor Beckham and Senator Camden, stand shoulder to shoulder with the President on all public questions Senator James, has done a giant's work in fighting the President's battles in tho Senate and has had excellent sup port from Senator Camden. Wlrin Senator Camdeu's term 'expires, Governor Beckham will be ready to co operate with the President in solving those great problems that now confront the party and the nation. Every Democrat in Kentucky should go to the polls in Novem ber and cast his vote for Governor Beckham and Senator Camden and thus endorse that great statesman and patriot, Woodrow Wilson. cussed. We ar--i al-- in uing the worn en's clubs, who are interested in this great inoement. to send delegates to this conveution The Bristol Board of Trade is assisting the Association in an effort to make this the greatest Convention the Association has ever held The Delegates will be driven in autonubiles over the splendid pike system of Sullivan County, Tenu., and shown the practical side of macadam roads being constructed by State Convicts in Washington County, Va.. as well as otherwise o instructed and entertained. The Convention will be held in the auditorium of Hotel Bristol, where an exhibit of County road maps and photos of roads and other scenes will be snown. Every delegate who has or can secure good photos of scenes showing roads being constructed or maintained, or after completion, is invited to bring same. Photos of difficult road or bridge construction are especially desired. 1 hope you will plan to attend this Convention, and if you know of others who would like to attend as delegates, please send me their names and addresses. The railroads will make especial-- j ly attractive round-trirates for this "Convention, and we will mail p It your child starts in its sleep, grinds its teeth while sleeping, picks at the nose, has a bad breath lickles appetite, pale complexion and dark rings und r the eyes; it has worms; and as long as they remain in the intestines, that child will be sickly. WHITE'S Cream Vrrmifugk clears out the worms, strengthens the stomach and bowels and puts the little one on the road to health and cheerfulness. Price 25c per bottle. Sold by John Robins, Brodhead, Ky. school law. 7th. Realizing the inability of The Campaign f young teachers to grade their , Opens at Somerset schools, we favor the real spirit of aryy'y ..fe. .....i. ..vkkx&muw.: the law, providing for rural super vision; we also, favor the employ- Copyright, 1914, by Panama Pacific International Exposition Company. Thomas S. Rhea, Chairman of ment of experienced and traijed Symbolic Figure Representing the Pacific Ocean at Panama-Pacifi- c the Democratic State Campaign teacfiers for this position, whose International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915. Committee, has done a wise thing entire time be devoted to thorough in opening the Campaign in Som- supervision of rural schools, giving erset on the 28th day of Septem- special attention to schools taught ber. Governor Beckham and by inexperienced teachers. The Senatoi Camden have strong fol- regular repoits of supervision be lowing in the Mountains irrespect- made to the County Superintenive ot Party and each of them will dent and County Board of Educapoll a big vote in that section, tion. Wc suggest that .at least drawing both from the Republi- five years experience be required cans .ind Independents. of all applicants for this position. Governor James B. McCreary 8th. That we deplore and conpresided at this meeting and demn the use of tobacco, especialmade a strong address, urging ly the use of cigarettes, to which all democrats to staud by the a large per cent of the youths of nominees. The Governor served our state are addicted, and which four years during the war and impairs their health, their mentgl knows what it is to give and re- and moral being; and we hereby ceive hard blows, but when his pledge ourselves to stamp it out Copyright, 1914, by Panama Pacific Intarnatltnal Exposition Company. parly calls, he forgets all past dif- - as faras we are able, and as a las -- ferences and girding on his armor, resort to furnish the Co, Attorney County Teacher's Institute, contain s his position in the front, the names ot those so addicted, ducted by Pi -- f Cal fee of I;ne:i rank. There k no moie loyal together with witnesses. The vetei an leather, and form r Democrat anywhere than Gover 9th, That realizing the gieat re- Superintendent W. A B. Davis, nor McCreary; both-o- f his adminis-tration- s sponsibilities and the urgent who has been in touch with the have been gratif incounty since to dutte.ynf the office of chools of Rockca-.tl, . tlr. tuc uuiuourjicy ana no man in the tenclent, we pledge to Supt lie l.escm his school days and who State ha a larger personal follow-- . Davis our support in th e faithful is now "on the job" as Supenn ing. It is most significant that he .discharge of his duties. tendent, who has in addition to presided at the very first meet- - ' 10th That realizing the impor thcte duties represented the tw ing of this Campaign and it be- - tance of co operation of parents in Counties. Laurel and Reckcastl l Best Money Maker in the speaks the harm-jnWorld for Farmers. Grain that has school woik, we recommend the in the State Legislature, we are brought all the factions of the ioiganization of a parent and trying to say. that he, worker Men and hngtnc Owners r iCSi Partv under the slithering wingol teachers association 111 each dis harmoniusly with Prof Caltee to Makes monev so fast that there'll be no more idle days the National Democracy give the teachers the best interest trict after vou'vo DUt in this greatest Governor Beckham made his little flour mill ever built. Makes high as 50 bbls. finest 11th. In order to promote the they have ever had. We believe fiouradav. Do vour own milling- - mill for everybody around opening speech at this meet educational interests of Rockcas- this is a consensus of the opinion you. They all use flour. And with this wonderful little ing also, and he was welcomed tle County, we favor a comity or- ot the institute members. by thousands of the mountain ganization of teachers and trustIn addition to Prof. Cal fee V people who thruout his political ees, with, at least, ROLLER FLOUR MILL addrte-one meeting strong and pointed j life have consistently supported annually, at the county seat. You can quicivlv build up a bifr pay intf Hour trade right In your own com- from time to lime the state Health .. .. . mumtv. it 3 me crownins aciuevtriuein. u. me k.. him for every office he ever sought inventor. Tutteriall. A Kuaranlcwl suicea mat s reoiuuor.icu mi nun- by Di 2th. That we iavor the appoint Car exhibit conducted A complete roller Hour mm in one man case. r.u.uiru-Thrre is no question of Governor meiit of a program committee for Faulkner should be one ot tlu only one man and little power to mane Beckham's affections for Eastern rural districts. "A Barrel ol Setter Flour Cheaper" many things to be remembered i and the people of that than tha liirpist nulls. Grinds re and buck- much KJth. That we tender our sin- How to prevent "preventable urv. heat, too. Any one can optruxe u. wonderful country, have returned ce! e thanks to our excellent in ease", how to keep we.l, how to' jij-niiiins l DO rreviGHitJ "Midget"jiiprricnce nsinBait on 30 day i trial a thousand fold. f Get a structor, Prof. Calfee, for his un- ll clean, should be of first import ' money bark guarantee. I i(1 11. You ve nothmif to riak- Senator Ollie James, also ad- tiling and practical instruc ion. ance in the life and habits of every i)utmi--to V id Ka,n- dressed the Somerset meeting. Httii Lit.!. Whereas 111 I he com? oof teacher. im ILJ: 13. In the short time that Mr. James nature, the great Creator has calljr The two ringing, enthusiastic, . Send for This Free Book has been in the Senate he has ed to that better home, ourbvioved telling, speeches delivered by E, ' a Wonder- ill "TheatorrofMill" telhncr lived up to its best traditions and and respected fellow-teachenot Bro. R. Gentry our !! l Flmir f.ll what others aredoine with has measured up to the standard Bell, therefore. only does him credit, reflects Unns it and what ;ou.)Gursell. J ITli can do. of its ablest leaders. It was a Resolved that the school has wisdom of the county in putting 5k MILL 3. high compliment to this young lost a devated and faithful mem- him into office, but bQSt of all, CO.. Inc. OntxiJtra, If. 517TrtitBHf. Keutuckian to be chosen by the ber, and that we deesly mourn his his speech emphasizes the spun President to represent the admiuis- - loss of our cit'zens regarding "Good iration in the great Tariff right and the Roads" State-Ai- d J. O. bCOGGIN, t r" nil iirnrmnrg'Tiniii fTr1 redeemed the pledges of the De crusade. Prof. Pilkerton, mot racy and gave us for the first "The world do more" ana Puoi Wilson, J &ss&; B: YOURSELF 1 time in our history a real Revenue TlIKO. PIC.G, Tariff as opposed to protection. From Dirt, Dust and Drudgery nientum. Time and space in the Mrs. Muluns, : f) Senator James is intensely interMiss Ward, Signal will forbid extended notice by using Mrs. Fisiihack, Sec of the New Life, the new vision, sc i ested in the Campaign this fall becZ?A cause he wants a Democratic colforcibly and graphically, set forth A TEXAS WOiNDER. league. Senator Camden for the by Miss Lida K. Gardner, Super-- , Combination Pneumatic Sweeper short-terThe Texas Wonder cures kidney intendent of Niclnlas county. l Governor Beckham Release from broom drudgery from the strain of movfor the long term, to make the and bladr'er troubles, leinoving think it marks the beginning of ing and lifting furniture and from the dangerous scattering of dust and germs that are raised by the use of the broom battle with him in the Senate for grauel, cures cianets, weak and following the State course ot Stuu and the old fashioned carpet sweeper, can m$ - llie uc of the Dunt.cy Combination br attained by of the kidneys by adopting a uniform daily pro 7' the promotion of the Democratic all irregularities Pneumatic i Sweeper, which, Jthough easily operated by hand, and in boty men and women. Tram, outlined by Miss Gardner lb! principles. creates powerful suction force which draws out all the dirt i te?i v. The meeting 'at Somerset is Regulates bladder troubles in Prof. Robt Spence showed us fi' and dust found in your rugs and carpets and at the same time the revolving brush picks up all lint, pins, threads, conclusive in its assurance to the children. If not sold by your how t) test, and select seed corn raveling, etc. Democracy, that harmony prevails druggist, will be sent by mail on and made a practical test of speci THE DUKTIEY SWEEPERS are made tn three sizes ind sold in the ranks, and that there will receipt of $1.00. One small bottle mens of milk under a rigid guarantee (or one year. You may try a Duct-Ic- y furnished. The in your own home for 10 days Free of Chzrge, in two months treatment, ud sel- te-- t showed the be no division in November. percentage ol For more detailed Information write TODY dom tails to perfect a cure. Snd "butter fat" contained in each. KEKP YOUR STOMACH AND LIVHlc for testimonials from his and other An excellent time and audience HEALTHY states. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 was ready at hand lor Mrs. Firth Duh Pneumatic Sweeper Co A vigorous Stomach, perlect Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. Sold ; to tell how women had advanced 6501 S. Stdtc Street CHICAGO working Liver and regular acting by Druggist. . JzzSTxtl from a state ot slavery and serf fast -,-Bowels is guaranteed if you will dom to one now occupied. She use Dr. King's New Life Pills. told ol some of her ambitious, atThey iusure good Digestion, cor- ROCKCASTLE rect Constipation and have an ex tainments and achievements, now cellent tonic effect on the whole TO FRONT being enjoyed bv her sex. She system Purify your blood and told of a good time coining whet rid you of all body poisons through thu wife, the mother should have the Bowels. Only 25c. s'j your EDUCATIONAL the right to say by her ballot, Druggist. what legal rights, she is entitle to. In these busy, strenuous times in governing RESOLUTIONS BY TEACHERS her own household tfr""'',"i!iiESh DiMroriSrfrnz JoIJvISBl .. Drop it is reassuring to note" the grad- The of right of 3 ual, "slow but sure" methods ot 33 Be It Resolvkd That: her own children. We the teachers of Rockcastle advancing the interests of our S N Prof. McAlisterof Berea college County, extend to Revs. Allen and people, materially and spiritually. told in a professional way of the First in order, spiritually, was Macmillan, and to Bro. J W. relation of mind to matter; designour grea meeting. our appreciation for their ed to show from the psychologists When the pi eseut generation of standpoint, L services in conducting devotional the effect of physical You. Now Ready PYPrrispS- - - C thp nfnnlf , Mr young people, shall have grown training, iu developing the real, nf ...-.w f Big Tent of the Veinon for their hospitality; to the J UP memories man. He showed that giving, a Christian church for the use of meetinir. the Childrens chorus normal body, physical training the organ; aud to Miss McCord class, and the "choir" will be under proper conditions can de SSSajjMjSSSfflSSi for so delightfully entertaining us. bright spots in niemoiy, aud for velop a normal mind, soul, intel 2nd That we heartily endorse older ones, we trust it will prove lect whatever tnat term may mi the course of study, and the uni an epoch, a turning point where . To sum up: We say, Suj r. I form daily program for schools of individual lives have begun to!,.' Davis, and the teachers, and the For Infants and Children, grow. our county. county are to be congratulated fbi UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER 3rd That we endeavor to arouse Teachers' Institute. The Kind You Have Always Bought the excellent all round institute a greater interest in reading by Following close in the wake of provided for us. Bears the establishing district libraries. the revival came Rockcastle Signature of 'X 4th. That we become allies of International the medical piofession in reducing Superb Fountain of Energy at Panama-Pacifi- c Jubt received a, big lino of Mens Exposition Opening February 20, 1915, at San Francisco. and Boys, fine clothing. the death rate, caused by preventable diseases, by more closely obSutton & McBee serving and teaching laws of hygiene. Stuck-U- p 5th. That Miss Lida E. Gardner's helpful talks were an inspir(MglgSfe?ation, and gave a vision of the possibilities of the rural schools. 0th. That we recommend thati the Countv Superintendent and County Board of Education name" a date on which al rm-a- l schools vHEl A m iHi shall begin, and require the enforcement of the compulsory Co.-Superin e y ! "Midget" Marvel SELF-CONTAIN- 1 inRbu-inos- a. -- K K-ulu- cky ch.-nie- r jj fJS-3SS5fc- 1 h I r, Co.-Attorne- y, . .MU MwCra s ANGLO-AMERICA- N '&. Anti-cigarett- e if DIVORCE i OS f14lW4f i --f'' - , .!" t Agents Wanted Ji bs Hew fads For Fall Van-Wink- le f-- w """" For J CASTOR A J. C.MeCLARY j dM - Styles Stanford, Ky. -- iira rSiT Monumental are best noticed nowadays on the walls of tlie rooms where our new "Wall Papers have been used They represent the very latest in Wall Paper designs and colorings. We have some exclusive patterns for Parlors. Reception - Rooms, Dining-KoomBed-Room- s Mount Vernon Manufacturer of and ana Granite Monuments of all kinds. Estimates furnished on application. s, and ' GEO. OWENS Propr. Halls. c. c.cox, Opptsiie Court cf You save money by buving here. House, Pone 112 C$D0CafcC8e y3&T9r ' C. P H Conover Dentist MT. VERNON, KY, ATTORNEY-AT-LA- Williams, W, MT. VERNON. On KY. Fron tRooms over Baker's Store rpa8!C8lC Phone TheBank ot'Mt. Vernon , on Church street. Special attention given to collections. Phone No.So. zrd. floor fo 49-- S. wT . .TtP v a.1 Joe MT. VERNON SIGNAL head Riddle was down yesterday. from Brod- New arrivals in tall clothes at HANSFORD. SPECIAL COMMISSIONER'S fcfi Mt. Vernon, Ky Oct. 2. 1914 , 79 tip ""No. 79" wnen wan toCommutii- cate wiih SIGNAL Y. Wednesday for Pinevule where . W. H. Graves, Sunday. Miss 26th day of October, i9 14, between c'" n moolinor linrlnv. luirin "WE STAND BY WHAT YOU RUY." LOUISVILLE the hours of 10 o'clock a in. and i lUSHVItLE P. R. CO. Sutton & McBee are headquar-- ! Cora Kincer. attended the Edd Burnett and Myrtle Mason Instituie at Mt. Vernon, last 4 o'clock p. m. at the front door of TIME TABLE. for Ladies readv-t- o wear of the Orlando section were mar- Mt. Vernon, was the Courthouse, in 22 uc.uh.. 5.04 p m r;e( at tjle l)0meof the b.ide yes- - merits, flats, Suits, Coats. Skirts week. Miss Marina liarron Kentucky, the guest of Miss Ida Barron, Rockcastle County, infact every thing to wear. 24 nurtli 3:53 a m terday. expose at public sale, to the highnight and Sunday. 6 soUt" THE HOMO OF GOOD CLOTHES. "3, a "- j Mrs. W. H. Childress and son. Wanted: Farm, approximate- Saturday Cress and Miss Rose est bidder, the following describHerbert 21 South 12.19 a m Q- Hustonyille, came yesterday to ly loo acres, modern improve McClure were married at the home ed property, viz., 1 Cratz Boiler to school and rail- of the bride last Thursday. Rev. and Engine, Jas. Landrtjm, Agent. attend the burial of Ed Langford. ments, clo.-,power, and time road. No. 8. Phon; She will remain over a short Write James Barnes officiated. Will pay cash. Miss 1 Saw Rig, Saw and Carriage, and with relatives. room.331 Great Southern Hotel Bertha and Jcrma Kincer, who Belts and all appurtenances thereEntered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice IIP Rev. George S. Watson came Gulfport, Miss. mail matter. as stcond-cias- s are teaching in the Wildie section, unto belonging. H&5 F fSi money to be Ull to over from Booneville Tuesday The amount of were with home folks here from y Ma&? 5E&& 2TS& News comes from Danville that SSr a brii.g five young ladies from Ows friends of Central ty Mr. and made is as follows: PERSONAL are Friday until Sunday. from the ley countv to p'ace in Langdon talking of asking that Hon. Our line of Conch Caskets John Mrs. Sam Barron were the guests $200.00, with interest and the of Mr and Mrs. James Southard, 28th day of April, i9i4, J. Fish is in Cincinnati buying Memorial School. is unexcelled W. Yerks be elected president of goods. near Bloss, Saturday and Sunday. cost of this action. that institution to succeed Dr. Haud-mad- e 'ollhis furnished LOCAL TEliMS: Misses Delia Hayes and Nettie Mrs W. H. Cox continues on Hinitt. resigned. Hearse sent to all parts of Said sale will be made on a Marler were in Mt. Vernon shopthe pick list. New fall shoes tor all the family Hon. Nat Sewell, Democratic ping last Saturday. Melvin Wal-le- n credit of Three Months. Bond the County The small son of Mi. and Mr?. at Fish's. was here Nominee for Congress with approved security will be recontinues very sick. Mr. and Tom Taylor has fever. Dontfailtobe al meeting o Monday, on his return from and Mrs. Irwitt Bullock and little quired, bearing interest at the All orders by Wire PromptlyFilled Dr. R. H. Lewis was over from Commercial Club Tuesday night. Somerset Mr. Sewell expects to daughter, Anna May, spent Sat- rate of 6 per cent from date until IVildie Monday on business. campaign in the o! wage a strong Let your new fall suit be one Mb urday night with Mr. and Mrs. W. paid, and having the force and efm Elder Sovvard will begin a series Fish's S15 Specials. Best in the Eleventh. fect of a judgment. A. McKinney. W. M. Bullock MT. VERXN, KY Phone 94-of meetings at Cove, Saturday wcrld at the price. Nothing further had been heard and family spent Sunday with This the 24th day of September night. igi4. Read the advertisement of W from the big laud deal at the time Mrs. Debord near Level Green. Mr. and Mrs. Underwood are T. Hicks CAM MULLINS, of going to press, but those in po Miss Rissie McKinney was the in this issue He is ad Corbin visiting relahere from Special Commissioner. 3t. vertising for sale the A. W. Stew- si tion to know seem confident pleasant guest of Misses Sidney tives. feel sure and Luella Kincer, over the situation and Thursday art farm near Wildie, Ky. FOR SALE that in less than a week favorable night. W G. Kirby 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.'Malissie I 2 will of Educational division No. Clear Creek, in Rockcastle CounV. RICHMOND, KY. during the week. Miss Martha Kirby McFerron. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Piper, who meet at Brodhead, Friday Oct. 9th IIH3PI ty, Ky , will sell as a whole or cut i . A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS was in Mt. Vernon, Saturday, the Miss Martha Sparks camehome m. Every teacher have been visiting the family o! Courses leading to Elementary, Intermediate and Life at 10 o'clock a. into tracts to suit purchasers. from Danville Monday very side of No. Division State Certificates. Valid in all Public Schools of Kenhavo guest of her sister, Mrs. A. W. is earnestly re- Mr. and Mrs. James Rickels 2 This farm is well improved, tucky. Special Courses and Review Courses. Tuition Misses Hester and MinShe is better at this time. Free to Appointees. Two splendid dormitories, new returned to their home in Cincin Adams. two dwelling, quested to be present. has two splendid model school, new manual trunizig building, practice nie Cromer afier spending a week Ransom-villMiss Hamie Estes of nati. school, department of agriculture, a well equipped large barns, two silos, and a numW. W. Wright, who was L. ic gymnasium. Domestic Science. First Term begins with their parents near Hopewell relatives and N. Y. is with Bischof Suits for ladies, at September 7. Second Term November 1G, Third Term of tenant houses and small N. Dispatcher at Livingston for returned to Level Green wheie ber January 23. Fourth Term April 3. Summer School opens friends here for a few days. Sutton & McBee V. they barns, and new wire fencing all June 11, Catalogue Free. j. ,;. en VUHK, I'rldeni. years has been promoted to Chief are attending school. Cecil Reynolds of Corbin, has over farm. Dispatcher of the Henderson Important: livery member ben here with Mr. and Mrs. E. Write me for price and terms of the L. & N. succeeding of Mt. Vernon Commercial Club Walk-Ove- r R. Gentry during the week. shoes for Men, Sel if interested. So look the land our own John H. Fish. is urged to be present at the meet- by for Women; al' the newest over and see the tobacco and corn Mrs. Wm. Poynter visi:ed her night, Oct. 5th, things now on display. FOR SALE: A house and about ing ot Tueslay ri V diughter, Mrs. II. E. Thompsou growing on the land. are to be 4 acres of land in Livingston, Ky. when arrangements fEfti f& All Kinds Sutton & McBee. W. T. Hicks, at Crab Orchard first of the week. made for sending delegates to con1 3 a 91 9 A bargain ifsolQ at once, easy I 9 I hS Jellico, Tenn 9.25 3L Elder J W. Riddle visited his terms. For further intormation, vention of Southern Appalachian and Sizes 1 brothers and sisters at East Bern call on or address me at Livings- Good Roads Association which foe flesh dressing A valuable stndt.from Saturday until Monday. wounds, burns, scalds, old sores, holds at Bristol Oct. 0, ton, Ky. Having rented my larm I will rash, chafed skin, is Ballard's Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Myers of Sept. T. J. Pennington. 7. 8 and 9ih. on Wednesday, October 21, offer Snow Liniment, it is both heal Williamsburg were with relatives Price 2s.c, Beginning with Sunday Oct. 4th Grow More Wheat, Farmers tor sale at my place on Reufroe's iug aud antiseptic Pictures Framed and Enlarged, here the first of the week for a ank $1 00 per bottle. Sold by John Creek the following: train No 23, South bound, will be few days. Are Told. Ky. 2o head of young cattle, 3 regis- Robins, Brodhead. due at 11:39 a. m. instead of 1 :43 Pictures Finished. Charles Thompson who has ty- a. m. and Strayed A cow, solid red As a result of the demands that tered male jersey calves, about b train No. 22, North phoid, is reported to be improving bound will be due 5;o4 p. m, in- will he made upon the agricul- months old, some registered heif- color, smooth, weight about 1,000 First-Clas- s Guaranteed and will be up again in two or stead of 4:59 p. of the United ers, 6 to 9 months old. 4 good pounds, wore bell with home-mad- e tural resources in. three weeks. J. A. Lindrura, Agent. States on account of the war, B. milch cOwc, 1 full blooded jersey chain collar, right bag largest. Manis Building Mrs. Arthur Daily ar Mr. and Notify and receive reward. cow, best nrst call, It you are mteresteu in im- & O. railroad has started a move mareswitn the county,2 full brood proud parents of twin babies, a in l.." J. H. Clark. Pine Hill, Ky. sisters, 8 provements, and want to see old ment to influence American farmand girl. Mother and babps boy ers to increase their acreage of 4 and 5 years old, dapple grays, W f" Kockca-l- l 1 JL haw roads, read the All parties holrjing claims doing nicely. crops and adopt extensive meth good workers and well broke to w article of County Atty. E. R. Genn Mrs. Margaret Grimes Bell try on the first page and then go ods to enlarge the yield. A. B. & drive single or double. One aged against the estate of S. Riddle, de 1 two year-ol- d ceased, will present same to me at past, horse, ONLY after a visit of several days with to work for it. The columns of O. agricultural expert, J. H. Stew- mare, ' Jjllf -natural saddler, I two past filly, once, properly proven her mother, has returned to her this paper are open for any article art, says it is practicable for J. M, Craig, natural saddler, 2 yearling past home in Lexington. on the question, worthy of publica farmers to increase food produc mule colts; Admr. 2 last spring mule Sept. tion by at least 15 per cent, thus en tion. Will Herrin and Lincoln 1 three past stallion, by Sidi adding to the nation's wealth by colts: nington, of Corbin, were the Sg When the chest feels on fire 16 hands high, well broke, a boy The eighteen months' old child about 1.000,000,000. guests oi Misses Roberta Purcell and tue tnroat ourns, you nave of Mr. and Mrs. Grover Johnson, An appeal is being made to the can handle hiui, broke to drive indigestion, and you need HER and Edith Adams, last Sunday, : Burr vicinity of the died Wed single or double. 15 bead regis- BINE to get rid o'. the disagreeMr. D R. Brock and Rev. nesday of last week and was bur- farmers to sow a large acreage of winter wheat aud oats while there tered Duroc hog; lo gilts with able feeling. It drives out badly came down ied Combs of London, strengthens the piS: 5 male shoats, 60 to loo lbs. digested food, next day at the Maret burying Tuesday to attend the Enlistment ground near Wildie. Mr. and is yet time. It will be pointed out 1 good stomach and purifies the bowels. e wagon, "1 new that additional corn land can be Price 00c. Sold by John Robins, meeting at the Baptist church. Kyt Mrs. Johnson have the sympathy sown in wheat in the corn belt to Birdsell wagon bed. Brodhead Ky. Miss Minnie Riddle and Mrs. of the entire community in their on bring about a 15 per ceut increase TERMS of sale made-knwCharles Riddle and little sou Leo- great loss. without materially interfering with day of sale. COMPLETE LINE nard, of East Bernstadt, are visit G. S. GRIFFIN. FOR FLETCHER'S John H. Fish, wuo has been other crops. Cove this week. ing relatives at Coffins, Gaskets and Robes ! of the The B. & O. is equipped to as- H. C, Tones, Auctioneer. Chief Train Dispatcher Miss Willie Francis has returnMail, Telegraph or TeleHenderson Division of the L. & N, sist all who want advice and to ed home, after a few weeks visit phone orders Promptly foi two years, has been promoted give demonstrations. with relatives and friends in Monti to Assistant Master of trains of Filled LTyj -- JxTrTMttw cello, Danville and other places. Mr. E. Bullock of Hansford, road. Joan is located at that .&y&c&x:?c& Charley Rice, the populai young Earlington, Ky. His many friends the saddle and harness salesman, railroad man of Livingston, who at home are glad to hear that he is also something of a farmer and Cedar Creek is making good. Was hurt in the can boast of having a crop xi wreck a short time ago is getting Owens: Melvin Owens, aged corn unexcelled in but few counwell. 26, a son of William Owens, of the ties of the state. He brought to George Pennington, a son of the Quail Sf ct, died last Friday morn- town Tuesday, an ear of corn BhhhhbbhHhbHPI wfj BEhU&hhhSUUU mk late A. Pennington, who has been ing after an illness of three which measured i2 inches long, for several months. The deceased first took 9j4 inches at butt, 7 inches tip, in the North-wes- t wnmjin'CT BflMVB9flH0DIMM BWlPlSiiilP(fll nome-t'olk- s. xssSLuAamSSE-18 rows of cora, with 56 grains to vMfclWsW5W-Iyears, is here on a visit to JltlasJlliWif iyi developed in contyphoid, which George says he has seen a sumption, causing death. Young the row, malting a total of 1008 good portion of the world since he Mr. Owens was a model young grains; weight 2 lbs aud 2 oz. Mr left. man, with many splendid traits ot Bullock has sixty acres of this corn and the entire crop compares Miss Hamie Estes, of Rausom-vill- character and we join with the N. Y. was the guest of rela host of friends in deeply mourniug favorably to this ear. He attrihis splendid success to the tives here during the week. Miss the untimely death of this noble butes kind of seed corn. and of Hamie, who is now a beautiful young man. He leaves a wffe riSht course the ground was prepared young lady, will be remembered who was Miss Stringer, a daughthe corn planted and ferti by the people of Mt. Vernon as a ter of Mr. John Stringer. The right, Excursion of the Season very small girl when she left burial took place at Providence lized as it should be and was cultivated iu a manner to get the best . burying ground Saturday. here. results. There are any number of Ed Langford, son of Mr. and farmers In Rockcastle who can Mrs. Mary Susan Albright, of you can most surely depend Sheridan Lake, Colo , arrived in Mrs, Tip Laiigford died Wednes- make something of a similar reacin time of trouble is your Mt. Vernon Tuesday morning on day after an illness ot many port while there are some who a visit to Kentucky relatives. months and much suffering. "The bold to the idea to acquire a Better that the way count Mrs. Albright was taken away deceased had been a sufferer for iatner or graaiainer raised corn, you have big one by depositing from this county (.near Wildie) years of tuberculosis and nothing is still good enough for me and twenty seven years ago on a that medical skill could do brought the rpsult, it is nubbins they get in stretcher, supposed to ba in the any relief. Short services were and not corn. You'll Find the necessity of thinking beiore last stage of consumption. After conducted at the grave yesterday paying a great Incentive to saving. When reaching Colorado, she began to afternoon by Rev. Allen, of the Tickling the throat, horseness. trouble comes what you have been prevented improve, and to see her now no Baptist church, who in hisremarks loss of voice, indicate the need of from frittering away will make a comfortable one would suspect that she was verv correctly referred to the de- - Ballard's Horehodnd Syrup. " Ticket! good going only on TrayiNo.22, leaving Junction balance. ever afflicted with that awful dis ceasd, as an almost model young It eaees the lungs;' quiets cough and restores health in the bronchial City 8 40, October 4th.. Good returning on Train. No. 21, ease Mrs. Albright will visit all! man. To the bereaved parents we tubes. Prices of Rflt. 25c, 5oc aud $l.oo leaving" High Bridge 40.5 p.m., Sunday, October 4tb. of her Kentucky relatives before extend our sincere sympathy In per bottle. Sold by John Robins, Ask Ticket Agents For Particulars. Brodhead, Ky. returning to her western home, this hour of sad bereavement. H irt3''M 1 1 ifj SALE The farmers in this part are Lloyd Mavet is able to go about Plaintiff. Call at the Signal office for elec- busy taking care of their fodder. R. L. McFerron some little on bis crutches. VS- .Rev. C. K. Carmical returned tric light lamps and fuses. W. B. Mobley, Smith KeUey Sutton & McBee have all kinds home Sunday from Flatlick; Deiendants. Wednesday, ou business. C. Rice. Jr , ot Furniture, come and take a where he has been holding a pro- and By virtue of an order and judgtracted meeting Mr. and Mrs. John Robins, R. H. Hamm and look. James Barron spent Sunday with ment of the Rockcastle Quarterly A. M. Hiatt were rip from Brod- Mrs. Wilmoth Elder, widow of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kirby . Mr. Court, rendtred at its September head Tuesday for the circus the late Stephen Elder died at he. and Mrs. '.V. A. McKinnev were Term. 1914, I, as Special CommisRev. and Mrs. J. Ross Miller uome near uuau yesieiuay mora-lef- t thugnastsof th-- ir Mrs. sioner of paid court, will, ou the utill ! Fish's. s TAR BRAND HOES Via ARE BETTER" YOU ALWAYS GET YOUR MONEY'S WORTH WHEN YOU BUY THEM. GET YOURS HERE TO-DA- car-!"l'r- S' i s - I e 20-hor- I Uni-ersi- Ijfck JIlfAi Ws WJisI S 5 tflTRftWia UgJfl ly e, Di-visio- n iltl Wl llhnS,nrmn II Va-Ten- n. SALE lllfilllp Kodak lS-3- t. 1 Work a oaxuraaysi . 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Just "come down to brass or jusi as if it were an authentic t tacks." Give the plain facts report. There are too many I - Why Not Publish It? about an article as talk yewpic vviju icmeiuuci vuai you PEOPLRS $ BANK $ $ When you want a fact to be- to a btner over the counter. Try said the day before. come generally known, the right it and see: DEAFNESa CANlsOT BK way is to publish it. Mrs. Joseph will Show the Kalians, Peru, Intl.. was troubled YOUR FALL COLD NEKDS ATTENCURED with belching, sour stomach and TION by local applications as they canthe Blows i freqdent headaches. She writes, v No use to fuss and try tD wear not reach tbe diseased portion of l,ag "I feel it my duty $ what Champerlain's to tell others it out. It will will wear you out the ear. There is only one way 1! Tablets have instead. Dr. King's New to cure deafness, and that is by yChas. C. Dayis Chas. C Davis done for me. The have helped my Discovery, Take follows quickly. constitutional remedies, relief Deaf Mt .Ven.on digestion and regulated my bow- It.eheck-- your Cold and Soothes ness is caused by an inflamed Ml. Yernou jl els. Since using them f have been your Cough away. Pleasant, Ky. condition of the mucous lining ofl-Ky the Wonderful of the entirely well." For sale by all I and Healing. Children ol the Eustachian Tube. When is dealers. like it. Get a 5oc. bottle of Dr. this tube is inflammed you have a ROCKCASTLE QUARTERLY King's New Discovery and keep it rumbling sound or imperfect in the house. "Our family Cough hear, and when it is entirely closthirty-nin- e. is Phone COURT aud Cold Doctor" writes Lewis ed, Deafness is the result, and un COMMISSIONER'S SALE Chainberlaiu, Manchester, XDhio. less the inflammation can be taken 7 o'clock open shop and $ J. M. Smith and Money back if not satisfied, hnit it out and this tube restored to its normal condition, heariug will be nearly always helps. open shop till 9 o'clock p. S. F. Smith Plaintiffs, destroyed forever; nine cases out VS. SALE by Catarrh, of ten are caused The Only Home Product which is nothing but an inflamed are cordially welcome in our Dan F. Miller and condition of the mucous surfaces. $ Hattie C. Miller Every Banking Facility Defendants. place any time during our shop Old man Grouch says: '"The We will give One Hundred DolThe undersigned Special Com- average Kentucky farmer buys lars lor any case of Deafness hours. to sell you missioner for the Rockcastle canned and dried fruits and can- (caused by catarrli) that cannot Quarterly Court, will, on the 5th ned and dried other goods. He he cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. anything yon want, but, oh $ free. the Convenience of the People $ day of October, 19 14, on the farm gets up at the alarm of a Connecti- Send J.for circulars,Co , Toledo, O. F. Cheney & how we do like to sell you you of Jonas Pittman, OF ROCKCASTLE COUNTY near Level cut clock, fastens Chicago sus- Sold by Drugirists. 75c, Green, Rockcastle countv, Ken penders to his Detroit overalls,, Take Hall's Family Pills for do Let us show you. tucky, oetween the hours of 9, washes his face with Cincinnati o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m., soap in a Pennsylvania washpau, $ $ $J otler tor sale the following de sits down to a Grand Rapids table COUNTY COUR1 ORDE.t C. PEOPLES $ BANK $ Whereas on the 24th day of scribed personal property, and eats Indiana hominy fried in Aug- 1914 a petition was filed in 1 power Nagle boiler; Vernon St. Joseph lard on a St. Louis the office of the County Court " " 1 20. Erie engine stove. Then he puts a St. Louis Clerk of Rockcastle County sign ; mounted on bridle on a Missouri mute and ed by 2o legal qualified voters f 1 Trever Heading Saw and Rig plows a larin covered by an Ohio voting precinct No. 2, knowuasir complete; mortgage. When bedtime comes West Mt. Vernon asking a sub1 Drag Saw, co complete; . he reads a chapter from a Bible l 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; written in lerusalern and crc-vlAll belting, line shafting. pul- - under a blanket made iu New Jer- ho nermitted lo run at larire in ? leys, etc. by a said voting precinct in said counsey only to be kept awake Kentucky dog, which is about the ty. It is now ordered of the Court TKRMS: product on the that a poll be opeued in said voting Said sale will be made on a only home-raisegetprecinct at the general election credit of Three months, bond place." to be held in said precinct on the with jipproved surety, at the rate What Would You Do? says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., In of Nov. i914 for the purof 6 per cent per annum from date writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's ons 3rd day There ate many times when , Ionic. She says further: "Before I began to use until paid, having the force and man questions another's actioly pose of ascertaining the will of the my back and head would hurt so bad, I 1 Cardui, different, voters of said Precinct, upon the and motives. Men act effect of a judgment. thought the pain would kill me. I was hardlv ahl different circumstance u question whether or not cattle or under CAM MULLINS, ' ," to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles The question is, what would yoe any specie thereof shall bo permit Special Commissioner. x Zoi ? Cardui, I began to feel like va new woman. I soon do right now if yru baa a severu ted tT run at large in said voting . z f OPT i Sept. I5, 1914. , housework, cold? Could you do better than t . take Chamberlain's Cough Rem precinct. up-to-d- ate APPLY SLOAN'S FREELY FOU G. M. Ballard, J. R. C. C. would give ed? It is highly recommended Tk Lira Moid by people who have used it for Copy Attest, fir, comCORSET Your attacks of Lumbago are years and knows its value. Mrs S. fort and lasting service not nearly so hopeless as ihey O. E. Sargent, Peru, Ind., says, Sept. II-4- F. Bowman, C- K. C. C. Style COM is an average figure corset. from a Kabo; it is made seem. You can relieve them al "Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is top with silk embroidery trim. Has a rubber gore in bottom of back gold and I most a simple aDDli- worth its weight Hasvenrlow bust and long skStTls for yoy to wear. It is cationfostautly by Liniment on - take pleasure in inrecommending HOPELESS LUNG TROUBLE CURED of Sloan's worth what you pay at bach and loins. Lumba'go isthea it." For sale by all dealers Manv recoveries from LungJ lorm of rheumatism, Troubles are due to Dr. Bells and yields any price. a trial. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, Toned Up Whole System. It strengthens perfectly to Sloan's which pene Price $3.00 and it always does me good." & trates quicKly all in through the r "Chamberlain's Tablets have the Lungs, checks the CoPgh aud Headache, backache, side arhp nprvnncne.ee Sale by sore, tender muscles, limber up the done more for me than I ever dar- gives relief at once. Mr. W. S. jj ' ' tired, worn-o- ut feelings, etc., are sure signs of woman- 5sT. C. wiites: "I back and makes it feel fine. Get ed hope for,; writes Mrsr Esther Wilkins. Haies. y uuuuic. oigus uidi you neeu iaraui, xne woman s in j a bottle of Sloan ,s Liniment for 25 Mae Baker, Spencerport, N. Y. used Dr. Bell's tonic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui cents of any druggist and have it "I used several bottles of these a case given up as hopeless and it for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing xTHURUM & LEWIS in the bouse aga'nt cprfds, sore tablets a few moojths ago. FOR FLETCHER S They effected a complete cure." Get a women for more than fifty years. A ttorneys at Law and swollen joints, rheumatism, not only curek me of bilisus at- bottle of Dr. Bell's I neuralgia, scfattca and like ail tacks, sick headaches and that If your cough is dr and , Offices in Bethurum Bldg. ments. Your money back if not tired out feeling, 'but toned up hacking let it trickle down the FOR FLETCHER'S satisfied, but it does give almost my wholp system' For sale by throat, you will surely get relief. Will practice in all the Courts. M) im) m) M) M) m) m ( instant relief. Only 25c. at your Druggist. all dealers,1--- .Never before has such a remarkable group of lending publications been offered in combination with The Signal. Each one is a leader in its .chosen field and goes into the bonie of millions of satisfied readers. Why not make home life really at.ractive by providing jropdliteratere that can be enjoyed by all the family ? We 'ave especially prepared this combination o tmeet these requirements, and all at a price within reach of every one desiring tn'e very best. Josephus Daniels, secretary of the navy, 111 an address delivered Labor day to a press association, urged all editors to subordinate their news to the good of the' country. He particularly leh, iu this time of international strain, that newspapers should be Very cautious what they print. This is good advice. But moat people do' getter. not realize how largely editors are If one man visits a strange city, constantly following these coun he comes back talkin something sels like this: "It was fine, grand, Controversies as to whether splendid.'' His talk evaporates certain news should be published ' into vague, general phrases The or not. almost always arise out ot t people that hear him know no some individual's wrong doing.1 more about that city than before. A man gets too free with the con He has lew listeners, whatever his vivial highball and festive comsubject ot conversation may be. panions, he punches some oue in Another man remarks about the the face, and next morning has a same town, that it is full of build-nig- s headache aud a complaint for as 20 stories high, that the sault aud battery. After paying streets were t,o crowded he had to his fine, he calls around at the wait ten minutes at one cross walk newspaper office. His fraternal to get over, and that people were feeling lor the editor is marvellous always in a hurry and the street aud unaccustomed. Incidentally railway conductors always said he wants 10 have his lit tie case e, ! ! ""j 1 V KV The Hind You Have Always Rouglit, and which has heen in use for out ;JO years, lias bonus the signature ot sn,l in boon made under his per-s--? somil super ision since its infancy. C. yJfCJTT A '&'tCsuyZ4 Allow no one to deeeivc you in this. All Counterfeits-- , Imitations and "Just-as-gooarc but with and endanger the health of l.ierhucib that infants and Children Experience against .Experiment. d" ti-ill- i harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare- cMMnmui; firuiui. al is picusanc. 1C contains neither Opium, Morphine, nor other Xarcotic suhstauee. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys "Worais and ailays Foverishness. For more than thirty years it Las been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, rintulenoy, "Wind Colic, all Teethintr Troubles and Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleen. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. OnsSnria What " "-- ! "i 1 , a. CASTORSA mum. GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS "Step lively." After such a man has talked a The EM You Have Always Bought n1 30 "! j ! li want WHEN YOU WANT The two war war This pur-chas- eJ Genera! Merchandise Wmrm TO past Orders Must Be Mailed To The9 irn pigments MT. VERNON SIGNAL A Straw Way Wind ; you-woul- JONAS McKENZlE THS LD gSLSASLB Have you Noticed Growth s An-ticept- ic .$ I 1UUO wirTmsjem No. at (39) PEOPLE S BAM My run We a.m. t SAFE AND SOLID there's a reason. m. . You AMPLE RESOURCES at For We don't want don't my what Use Us want. CHAS. DAVIS to-wi- t: 30-hor- Mt. TFlyou have spena your Boiler-portable- Ky. 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