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Mount Vernon signal: October 16, 1914 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1914 mou1914101601_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: October 16, 1914 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. X Published Every Friday VOLUME XXVII. JB I! i ' W . - a IKBJ rit d . x ."V. .X . ...,, B , -v . II VWU. '' I' s.4. tfa- - .a. . . Established 1887 e 5MfcSi1 MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE aasxnmM COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY "OCT. r! fefe,, 16, 1914 NUMBER 50 Mr. JS&tHS&mE&31X3Z at Friendship next Saturday, also Some FALL 1 3,1 uv i ii nisrht and Snndav. " g Snturdav ct p J. P. Mullins who has been in 2 health for so long continue; feebleMr, and Mrs. C. T. III IlItT ill II I'llllllll'll llll II 1 poor very Rid- 111 Go.. SOtt.t 1 J& TTTrni-mT-min- -r" -- n ,om.rI-rMo5n3iwj7MiiB.3h-- ag TTO3 Z$ j i THE EMPORIUM I kSsc. i li'fi rVr 1 K! "5FV-- & spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Riddle's parents J9 SF&l Sfe s.& tf" A fLi J& ceo te- Oli C9 8l) PS Mrs J. L. Thompson. Wm. H. urown was in Mt. vernou nrst ot a a the week. oy g $ 1 '94 1 , lNeea a Model 6020. Hereisasuit New Pair of SHOES? ICLOTlcRART ' I t iBaMjfew - riVJaiA apmi n nothing could have given the finishing tourh to the coal as this hih standing collar of velvet. so well dosigned that the personality Broad of the wearer is emphasized. cloth, the most ti actable and beautiful of materials, is used to develop it. The 'oat demands special attention by its novelty of cut. The loose tab collar, gives the button and tael-trimmeback an umisua'ly smart touch. Tunics of broadcloth are nlways be.utiful. and d, 0 vi) &A Mv u vM Mi V a t ., , mwm nA n i i All you who have torpid liver, weak vigesli n or constipated bowels look: out 1' season is here andfor chills, is The the air full of the disease germs. The best 9ec a thing to do is to get your liver m 3 good condition and purify the 4 stomach and bowels. RERBINE is the right remedy, it answers the 2IJ a purpose completer'. Price noc oar. 3 '.Sold by John Robins, Brodhead, : That are Unusual and fe Extraordinary .jii 11 -- HttM o S( e "9 voao 3,Ky. oooi ti)aatiiiDca;::;::::::::!!!!!!!!!MMi ikuu;;;i.z::i::! '"obbo -- :. . . : : : o o a . : tfi Mi i A ROCKCASTLE MAIDEN i ENTERPRISE RIDGE NURSERY llll AT CONWAY Now is the time to be thinking about your Fall footwear These cool frosty morii-you- r ings make oxfords feel rathor uncomfortable: you cannot afford to risk your health in this manner when you can find warmth and cemfort in a pair of WALK-OVEshoes. A big lot of satisfaction awaits you in one of our new stylish Fall R For Women and Children COATS FINE "Here Goes for AnotherCloth- caft Suit' ' ! MILLINERY Kt am like a good many yo ung FUR i 1 i 8 i 1s modelr. Take for instaiuv this model, it has the Knjrlish effect men &o popular with of today, low receding toe with the hroail sensible heel to correspond, and with the titehed tip make a very diejiilied and conservative hoot any man would Ik; proud to wear. "Carl-ton- " well-ilrcssc- fellows you know liko to dres in neat stlish clothes. I also like to get the best 1 il Let us fttraish your home You will find it so easy to make yout selection here Our stock is new and nothing j nl Dr I i i I promised you to give you for publication some figures about Maiden Kidge. 1 Dougnt 192 acres Kor one thing, I've made new every day to our at 4.50 per acre in 1910 and be- up my mind te keep on iganwork February i0, the same buying Clot h c Depart .H.v.r,i cifeii spring. I cleared six acres and t &rti&Hi2&j Clothes. Ever been told $ Sensational Bargains in $ is mostly in apples. That year i set it They're about 'em ment Call and take Shoe , Clothing, Dry cotrage. The I built a two-rooright in lino with everyAll the new models in same fall I bought 1O1 acres be thing Sutton & McBee sells. fig m Goods Kid and (J tin Pa sides this and paid 8 per acre. I ) 1 TT , TT "" 1 cleared twenty-fivYou can buy a Clothcraft Metal. acres the next ana im j j rcats, everything to fur suit or overcoat for 10 to French and Low Ueela. year and double set it in peaches M looks $3 and it fits, many and and apples. I continued to ?lear I riees: that wears as well as nish the home 0U Just received a new car ot cost a grrat deal more. and set fach spring and fall until $2.25, 2.50, $3.50 & 4.00 is cut and sewed Tho shape the Old Unliable, best of all now I have seventy acres double right into the clothes, and 2C0 trees to the acre. set with nTwtiCAtTBa it stays even alter you're encan Fen ce About three years ago I started a through wearing them. nursery that I might have tiees of at lower prices than ever I never saw as good good stock to set out ray own sold for in Rockcastle 15, suits as Clothcraft for ground. My trees have given such County. Now is the time $lband$!0. excellent satisfaction that I have to buy your Fence. You get wool, weur and increased my nursery to 50,000 comfort in Clothciaft, be?5s;y trees. I have put up three five-roocause they are guaranteed s tenant houses and three absolutely. bams. I have put up over 1,000 iihiniTrj rods of wire fence. I have now nearly ten acres of strawberries Quail, is die guest of Miss Annie heights. Dr. W. H. Joyner will LEVEL UHEEfl. LI VI SBSTON. and will have abont 3,000 trees in M. Wulton this week. J, T.'move his famjiy m a f w days to bearing next year. I have set Mrs. A. Penning, who has been O Mary is spending a few days in East Bernstadt. where he will C. V Pr'ce who has neen T rnie:villr rP I! T7oloH ltio mnulr about 9,000 peach trees, and 5,000 very sick ror some time, is some locate to practice his profession. K. Cummins at Stanford apple trees. To date my expense for J. W, M. was in East Bernstadt, Saturday. Dr. W. T. Amyx is in Cincinnati better at this writing. for the past ear has returned has been quite heavy and previous Only a few days ago a big Shoe House in Toledo, Ohio, O". C. Cromer Hicks and. James Sims have reach- Mrs, L. M. Oliver is very sick at for a few days. this writing. Mr. and Airs. W.H. and Miss Nannie Kirby were home to spend the winter with his to this year has been far ahead of failed their entire stock was sold by order of the Courts. ed a compromise on the following We were fortunate enough to get about 4.000 pairs of as they were coutes-tant- s Preston, of Boston, Ky., has been united in the holy bonds of matri- mother. Mr. and Mrs. T J. income. The outlook is good and conditions, j.ur. auci Mrs. w. Al rres-to- mony, Thursday the 8th at the Brown and Miss Mattye Broiles since the peach this year come to Men's, Ladies', Boys', Misses' and Children's Shoes and in the field of matrimony visiting of Somerset, spent Sunday with such great pei'fection on Maiden for the past rveek. Larkin residence of tho brides' mother, Oxfords that come froin the best manufacturers in the The compromise is as follows: Pennington is in Clay county this on the famous Sand Hill. May. friends and rohitives here. Mr Ridge. I have eevy reason to beWe pro-pos- e whole country AT OUR OWN PRICE. James Sims has left the county and Mrs. T. S, Hatcher and little lieve that success will come out of -Mrs. R. success and happiness be their lot. to allow our customers to rgap the benefits of this and for which he is to receive th e week visiting relatives. dangbter Lora, and Mr. and Mrs. it from a financial standpoint. I year Lsmondsand daughter, EissEliza remarkable purchase. following $f).0CO.: one six Dock Jones has moved has famR. B. Hatcher of Lebanon Jet, are am testing out 200 or more variold horse, saddle and bridle, and both, are in London, Ky., this ily to his property near No. 5 tunvisiting their mother Mrs. Mollie eties some of whtch has been shall them loose for spot cash"only Sims is not to make but oue ti'ip week. Mrs. George Denbatn, of nel. Local freights Nos. 88, 89, Hatcher, this week. Little Wood-ro- discarded and others such as the to the county and then be is not Etowah, Teiin,, spant a tew days 9'2 and g3 will on the 18th turn at Mullins spent several days Elberta peach, Aroma strawberry to come nearer Livingston than with relatives here this week. Livingston ana run to Lebanon Our prices all through our big line will open your eyes. with his grandparents, and tho Santa Rosa plum have the county bridge. Now, this is a Fred Baker, the hustling clerk Junction andJJ Paris, and there will last week We are practical Retail men. We know BARGAINS j and Mrs B. T. Vanhook at been found to come to great" perSims told the writer for Griffin and Baker was in Mt. be one local from Livingston to' Mr. fact for Mr. are what you want and, By George, we are going to see Mrs. J.N. Brown return- ,. .. . Ocali 1. can be recommened the whole story and when Hicks Vernou, Sunday. Judge Mahlon coroin, ana... mere will be one ex-- i d Sunday fc01n a Very pleasant fection and that you get 'em . highly for Rockcastle county and was asked about it he never denied Summers, Obe King ani A. T. wa uicw iit:pi iiuru 10 UO SWllLll- with tnends and relatives at the mountains in genei'al The . .. the deal. Hicks says C. G. Crom- Feathers were in Mt. Vernon, ing, ana the assistant locals will visit J. L. Thompson and Delicious apple and the yellow er got man ied and that induced Monday, on business. Mrs. John be taken off. Whether this will Somerset. were in Mt. Vernou Transparent also have come into son Clay, him to make another effort, and Woodson was in London, Sunday, help the town or not remains to . Monday on business. Miss Alza can also be highly . Mrs. Nota bsjseen. with Sims out of the territory he visiting relatives. Stephen Moore has Owens of Bromo, spent Saturday bearing and .. recommended. As other varieties Jenkins got her foot mashed a moved his family to Straight thinks he will have easy sailing night and Sunday with Miss Lizzie come in, i will publish their value O. O. Mann, of Paris, was here few days ago from which she Is Creek and will fullow coal mining T?pV T -- .. Rrnran nf Tnr. TTnret. SO.. ISO ..j. N .w....w....u from time to time. t John :iu bue mime. Joan r SO" last Sunday evening calling on one suffering a great deal. one or on ...... A .n, Ari7nr..", ..... ... ..;. , v. .holnc ... .1.1 I am fully convinctdthat Rock- Oet 09 Leslie Preston, of Cincinnati, after a few our teachers, was with home folks l..J of our young ladies. of this week to spend a few days castle county will some day make Owens has returned home after a days' visit with relatives at Som- Sunday. ..04 with his mother. W. E. Thomas one of the greatest fruit counties ) pleasant visit here. Miss Nettie erset, Berea and our city, has rewas in Mt. Vernon last Monday .. iu the state. It has the soil, cli Why Not Publish It? Rice, Osscian Sprake and I. C turned home. Mrs. Thomas Mull Louisa Hurst who has been mate, marketing facilities and the", 3rs Mann,, wera the guests ot" Miss lins, ot Indianapolis, after a few When you want a fact to be- very sick at the home of her people. What does it need more? Annie M. Walton at tea on last days' visit here with relatiues, has come generally known, the right daughter, Mrs. J. L Hasty, is Orchards of the right varieties, Miss Bessie way is to publish it. Mrs. Joseph George Pittman, of returned home, Sunday. to again. Mro. Wm. well trimmed, sprayed and cultiPittsburg. Ky., has moved to our Daugherty, of Berea, is visiting Kalians. Peru. Jnd.. was trnnhipH able be out WWwith belching, sour stomach and H. Brown spent Monday with vated. This will bring prosperity ' AAA.. town and now is- running a resta- her aunt, Mrs. W.H Mahaffey. freqdent headaches. She writes. Mrs. Tames Heao near Plato. ; as nothing else in the country can. , .1 .. : j.. urant on Main street. J. H. Wal- Mrs. Catherine Woods was called r ":V L, ' Le".0t ,ers Miss Georsia Gontrj has return- G. D. SMITH. to Richmond, Saturday, on acton is in Barbourville this week fonnef fbo havered " od to ber torn, at Quail, after John Pieston, Miss Susie Mul- count of the serious illness of one doo several days stav here. As Rev. digestion and Bi lins and Mrs. J. B. Hayst took of her grand children. James els. Since regulated my bow- - J- G. Soward is engaged in a series usine them I have been ' D. K. Argenbright is entirely dinner with lrj. J. M. Foure, Cook. : well." For sale by all of meeting at Cove, Rev. W. V. FOR FLETCHER'S a erectiug a cottage on Kouudstone deaIers- Miss Lizzie Oweus, of Sunday. will fill his . quality 1 can without paying a still' price. That's why I am going to stop in and see Sutton it McBee about lay fall togs. but the very best at reasonable prices 3 lAtMtisirrz ESkaHsziz:t?.3ej 1 1 IjfsSiUiptiiszmiE w Right in our doorway hasgrown up within the past few years an important enterprise which is proving of vast beuefit to Rockcastle citizens. It is the Maiden Ridge Nursery, near Conway. This nursery is now prepared to furnish a great variety of the best fruit trees, strawberry and other plants, all home grown and most suitable for our soil at our request, The owner, Prof. G. D. Smith, of the Eastern Kentucky State Normal School, at liichmond, gives us the following letter. Many of our people can get these trees and plants and reset them the same day they are taken from the ground. Call at nursery or write Prcf. Smith, at Richmond. guarantee every article to he exact- ly as we represent. lice, hen we sav bar- iiains it is so. That somebody loses money is certain : Sometimes it is the mainifactures. again some bit' retail concern, and at times we sacrifice our profit. Our custom-ers'reathe Ittmilit no matwho loses. ter A VV Vj Ml p emphasize the opportunities here presented for the saving of money. We cannot too strongly Made in BJack, and Tan Calf Leathers from $3.50 to $5.00 Ilia pair. t We add something Furniture Mt, Vernox Signal: Our prices average 25 to 50 per cent REGULAR 1 raft iSelby Shoes For BELOW PRICES WOMEN tob-Ai- fGlwPfpWillll m tent . fSliKI IB .Groceries, " I e I Furniture naraware I Am STTHPTOIV I m LEADERS IN LADIES' AND GENTS' FURNISHINGS nTHi 'iTii c iAL cir ains ocs n w We turn -- I 4- - -- 1 iir, .. NOW GET BUSY. :....tll(IIIIIIMIt3IOItlltlllllllltlllltl... f.l.l.lf u: oo U. G. BAKER Rockcastle's Biggest Store - ri 'n 1 - Ohildren Cry 1 Anderson. appointment CASJ.ORIA -- ' -- t V iu., -- r?- - j- - - .?az v,, fSH- ,aA jT NIL VERNON SIGNAL "0NT0CUMBLR-- " and adjourn at noon. from Chicago to Jacksonville, Fla. in afternoon traversing the most interesting LAND GAP" for Cleveland, Va., where I will country available. Friday, Oct. 16. 1914 visit a sister, will probably not i-These are the arguments in . I. , . reami mi. vernon Detore luesctay ; faVOr of Boone Way which are Published every Friday by "Boone Way" In Convention mglit reasonable and logical. It is orly EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. lours for Boone Way, necessary to give sufficient pubof the Southern Appalachand take a chance on getting sick. JAMES MARET. Ucity and continuous agitation to ian Good Roads Associa$I.OO UBSCRIPTION ONK YKAR Come in tO-da- v and get into Ai.to trips were made by the these arguments to secuie the tion. building of the road making the delegates thru the courtesy of one of our famous Advertising tales maac known on Henry Roberts and Board of mountains of Kentucky, Tennes 1914 Oct. Held at Bristol, application Trade over the convict built road see and Virginia the touring center ro,Bh. . of lhe country, increasing land from Rrkml tn wnii Boone Way is not dead nor yet ;....., and ... it.. i. MEMBER OF wnere .1. .values, stimulating business iiie is it sleeping. After unavoidable iiiiwii uuiiuy. va., tourKENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION convict camp and stone crushing drawing the money-spendinare Guaranteed Waterproof. delays a Rockcastele delegate d ing class into the territory con SvVTRfC: v plant is located. Other trips were at the meeting place before made including cerned." one of a are showing a big line of for men, it closed. E. R. Gentry had been run into Sullivan County, I5 mile During the meeting there were Tenn. appointed to make the trip to All prices women and you. these systems of roads are demonstrations of practical road Bristol but owing to a sudden spell building at point in the outskirts fine and automobiles often make "We Stand By What You Ruy." of illness was unable to till the ap40 to oO mile rate over straight of the city which proved of conpointment and James Maret the lines. Bristol, Va Tenn., is lo- siderable interest and value to the TICKET. DEMOCRATIC faithful old worker in the cause cated in two stat. The center of deh gates and visitors. Makers I.ony Term For U. S was sent in his stead. The fol Cs T? "iTjirTWSAiy State street running East and of road building machinery impleJ. C, V. Beckham, oi Fr:mkfort. lowing letter under date of Oct. West is the dividing Hue. Ou the ments etc hid representatives at For U. S. Senator Short Term ' Tennessee side ' ' J. 31. Camden, of Versailles The Heme gaggygv-r-cT- Clothes. iweuuM, of Saood XUttM. .. '' ,. , it is "dry" and the convention who made inter i For Congress itUll., Ill .Ul, UtlJll) II nils mai.1. "wet 'on the Virginia side but esting talks ib jnd out of meeting. ; :,,..,.,...,,. .,..:i,. Nat B. Sevvell. of I,omlon. Henry Roberts, Bristol's great lii cr &jiitiD urea i'i vt nil l uui ucit will will be dry in the Fall of 1910 gate was doing while there: est hustlers, was much in evidence movement is to get more mon y when prohibiton will be put into Dear Ed: To the Voters of Rockcastle: effect as a res.ilt of the vote in the seeing to it that everything moved appropriated. While we could no-- ' delay in reaching Bristol Our Mr. Sewell. the democratic, and late election thruout the State. smoothly and everyone had a doubt spend larger bums to adOwing to nomi- had a happy outcome Mr. Creech, the progressive Bristol has a population of i8,000 hearty welcome and a pleasant vantage, our most pressing need is to place the administration of nee against Caleb Powers have a wreck ahead of our train, at and it its hustling qualifications time. Ex-co- n Mendota, between Appalachia Rockcastle's delegate had the our present great outlay, estimat-withdrawn in favor of were taken in considemtion and and Bristol, I didn't get into ConI at not less than $205,000,000, o: of J gressman John Henry Vil.on, of comparison made with numerous pleasure of the company will run for vention hall until 8 p. in meeting other cities of 50,000 population, Tucker Bowling, on automobile a sound basis. We business Barbourville, who SwE$ri DiajnordSifrhJ JoUvH .. Drop Tip although I had met and mixed is should apply to the management Congress as an independent re the latter cities would have nnth triot Friday. Mr. Bowling with the various delegates, in publican. ing over Bristol which has iis very pleasantly located in Bristol of the public roads the same sort, Hotel Bristol, wheie meeting was Without put ing Jov. anything tanneries, manufacturing plants, and is the junior member of the of commou sense that is applied in Dr. Pratt, the & Bowling. the management of other busi malic.? against Mr. Powers, we held, including & iu j'S''?ErSi'T iSsdn wiioiesaie dry goods, groceries, law firm of Asworth President, C. A. Light and other or, in oilier The senior member has, in add it ness enterprises, ask what claim has he on the shoes, hats, hardware, flour, people for re election. Two terms more or less lights of the Associa- grain and etc. not only in the mat- ion to the office of District At- words, we should employ asm ficent number of skilled, qualified Fok You. has he served as a member of tion I met with a royal recep- ter of size is it the greatest jobbing torney, a long established Now session or the 30,000 in these four tion. The night Our friend Bowling men, provide them with necessary Congress. center of perhaps, the United meeting was practically giveu over years he has drawn of the States, but the variety of manu- seems to be fortunate and suc- assistance and equpimeut, place at Way" money for representing us. to di.cussion of "Boone factured products that are shipped cessful in his work and location. their disposal sufficient funds, am and it would have done the hearts But what has he done for that to all parts of the country probab- Two automobiles are at his beckon hold them responsible for result. of Rockcastle citizens good lo have large sum of money received? be needs or wants This would be vastly better than ly exceed in number and value the and call when Nothing, according to his own been present. Meeting called to manufactured goods of any other them. Rockcastle friends will be our prestnt system of depending glad to hear of the success he is upon tens of thousands of road confession. He, himself, admits order at 8 p. m. (Eastern lime. 7 cit' of equal size. officials whose knowledge of road he can be of no set vice. If o'clock at Mt, V.) Dr. Pratt pre that The object of the Association is making. siding The Doctor brought out he has rendered no service for The Boone Way man left Bris- building, if it exists at all, is incito encourage the building and $30,000 , what does or can he offer his file of telegrams, after saying maintenance of good roads in the tol at 0 p. m. Friday afternoon via dental to some other occupation. and South Southern Appalachian I in return for the $15,000 which that old Rockcastle mountains Virginia & South Western road, HOl'ELKbS LUNG TKOUBLli CURED Eastern Kentucky had after manj' S changed cars at Spears Perry, he would draw for the next two and to promote the buildiug of Many recoveries from Lung delays landed her representatives inter-statj The years in case of Kv roads among the States where the famous C. C. & O road Troubles are due to Dr. Bell on the grounds iu the way of a the "Clinchfield Route crosses the L same condition will prevail the i of Virginia, West Virginia, .North It strengthen next two 3 ears that has in past Boone Way Booster, who after Carolina, South Caroliua, Georga, same at an elevation of sixty feet tne Lungs, checks the CoPgh ana ' four. Then if he cennot be of passing thio many vicissitudes Alabama. Tennessee, and Ken- above the depot where yeur delt gives relief at once. Mr. W. S COM PLETE LINE service, why should any rapubli-ca- n was here with a good report. tucky. All the states mentioned gate climbed three sets of stair Wihuns, Gates, N. C. wiites: "1 Coffin- -, Caskets and Robes Pine-Ta- r $&'giWfiWwi Honey ii c fTA ar7. who has his country at heart Then he read the various tele- have made great progress in road ways to top of station where train used Dr. Bell's :43Cvi'! Mail, Telegraph or Telea case given up as hopeless and i. grams which I had been sent, as & support him. making except South East Ken- was boarded ior St. Paul a town effected a complete cure." Get !i V3Ti t ym& follows: "Mt. Vernon, Kv.. Oct. phone orders Promptly some 25 miles East of Norton on battle of Dr. Bell's Piie-Tu- r In view of his acknowledged in-' V? tucky which Las lagged somewhat A a3jesrB$& Filkd f Continued on last page. Honey. If your cough is dr aud ability to be of any service, isn't 6th. Boone Way representative behind but is now showing much hacking let it trickfe down tin It the patriotic duty of every lover unavoidably delayed, will start more interest in the subject than J&dpyr?r& : next train. Keep Boone Way on in throat, you will surely get rehet You Do? What Would of his country, regardless of his the past and from indications Only i'ac at your Druggist. Vernon, Ky. will push good politics, to vote against him But lhe ap."-"- Mt. There aie many times when one roads in future, some bide bound partisan mayjUCI" "" cottier delay, but we especially will Boone Way receive man questions another's actions Having rented my larm I wih say Powers is for high protective W,H .lmve a an with J'ou befre the attention that it justly de- and motives. Men act differently under different circumstances. on Wednesday, October 21, offer closing af convention taices place r Ail Kinds tariff So is John Henry Wilson. A W Z IS serves and wo hope will be pusht The question is, what would you Leaving here Wednesday night." S2t2 H a U 3 i B fi a fi a yi They may say Powers is for to completion. do right now if yru bad a severe lor sale at my place on Heufroe's and Sizes Mr. Wilson Mendota, Va . Oct. 8th. Engine prohibition. national One of the speakers in the con- cold? Could you do better than to Creek the following: isk-- JT nj aM-- v cross ways of track, fourteen 2o head of young cattle, 3 regis take Chamberlain's Cough Remis himself a temperance man and vention had this to say: a edy? It is highly recommended tered male jersey calves, about (3 im in a position to help the true cause. miles north of Bristol am walking "Splendid touring pikes are by people who have used it for months old, some registered heifHe is as much a republ:cau as in. Send Band home, need not already in existence from the line year& and knows its value. Mrs. meet me at station; will cut across of Caleb Powers. John Hen ry Wilthe Lincoln highway at the O. E Sargent, Peru, Ind., says, ers, 6 to 9 months old. 4 good Pictures Framed and Enlarged Con- lots so cau reach convention hall Illinois border, son has had experience in thru Indianapolis "Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is m.lch cOw, 1 full blooded jersey gold and I cow, with first calf, 2 best brocd gress and would feel at home back sooner. James Maret." J to Louisyille, and there Is a fairly worth its weight in Pictures Finished. The reading ot these messages good take pleasure in recommending mares iu lhe county, full sisters, in his old seat. While there he pike in service from Louisit." For sale by all dealers 'brought down the house." Then ville to 4 and 5 vears old, dapple grays, "was thought well of by democrat Crab Orchard. Guaranteed, First-Clas- s I made report on Boone Way and good workers and well broke to ic members and highly respected Considering the intense scenic drive single or double. One aged by his brother republicans. Mr your proposition of building ten and historical interest of the Ken- AMERICAN miles of it in Rockcastle during mare, 1 two year-ol- d pnsi, hori-eBuilding Powers is unpopular with the tucky route in contrast to the ROAD CONGRESS natural saddler, 1 two past filly, 11)15 and explained how it was to democrats and ignored by the rebarrenness of the northern sysnatural saddler, 2 yearling past Congress. Hence be financed. It pleased the con tem, it is a safe assumption that publicans in vention greatly. All present en- the completion you see how useless he is in such a Postmaster General Burleson mule colts; 2 last spring mule of the Boone Way 1 dorsed the movement and said link body. from Crab Orchard to Cum- takes a deep interest in road im- colts: three past stallion, by Sid: In view of these admitted facts, there would be something doing berland Gap, will swing the trend provement aud has accepted an 10 hands high, well broke, a boy ONLY i iu the republicans, democrats, and now since taking this new line of of transcontinental and interstate invitation to address the Fourth can handle him, broke to drive proceeduie and complimenting me single or double 15 head regisprogressives of this county should touring from the mainjroute of the American Road Congress, which Of course I felt tered Duroc hog; lo gilts with rally to the support of John Henry very highly. Lincolu highway south to the will be in session in Atlanta, Ga., during the week of November 9 pi: 5 male shouts, 60 to loo lbs. Wilson. Think it over, neighbors mighty good over the proceedings route of greatest interest-T- o though not taking it personally wagon, 1 new God-fea- r and go to the polls like The Postmaster General, com 1 good the great bulk of motorists ing, country loving citizens, and at all I gave them to understand and there are hundreds of thous menting on the subject, said: Bird sell wagon bed. it was not from my efforts alone TERMS of sale made known on the public do your duty like men. ands always on the roads, the "While it is true that but was the work of the Mt. Ver of choice of routes would be made road has always been of funda- day saie. non Commercial Club and a large G. S. GRIFFIN. Our line of Couch 4 Caskets without the least hesitation mental importance as a local utility number of mountain hustlers is unexcelled Teachers Association EducaProm the east, the route of choice it has assumed a much broader H. C, Jones, Auctioneer. along the proposed line from Crab Hand-mad- e JofKns furnished inevitably would be thru the significance within the past few tional Orchard to Cumberland Gap who wonderful valley Always Does The Wokk years. The rural delivery service It of old Virginia to Hearse seni to all parts of Division No. 5. put this road on the map ai.d aru "I like Chamberlain's Cough the Kentucky line, over the Boone with its great corps of 47,000 car the County Will be held at Fairview school everlasting, keeping the subject Way. and north to the Lincoln riers, has done much toward the Remedy better than any other," writes R. E. Roberts, Homer Cit liouse. 3rd Saturday in October. before the public. I wish you highway before turning west. To' davelopment of country life and Pa "I have taken it off Mid on for All orders by Wire Promptly Filled could meet Dr. Joseph Hyde Opening talk 9:3o a. m. the western tourists, approaching this vast s ervice is materially af yeais and it has never failed Bv Prof. Dickerson, Pratt. He is one of the most from the wide sweep of For the Mis- fected by the condition of the pub- have the desired results." A welcome address genial men I have ever met. He lic ioad. The parcel post has al- asleby all dealers. sissippi valley and from the more by J. W. Cox has been president of and is yet Response, MT. VEUNiV, KV Phone 94-- 8 distant western country, the whole ready justified the most sanguine Devotional Exercises president of many road associa appeal would be to turn south at prophecies of its original supportLed'by D R. Gentry tions. He is Stale Geologist of the Illinois border. Sick of the ers. A combination of parcel post Primary reading North Carolina an officer and emprairie after hundreds, even thous- and good roads cannot fail to RHEUMAT IO SUFFERERS Miss Ruth Mullins ployee of the State and has bien advance the prosperity of SHOULD USE ands of miles ot it, the western Discussion by Association for years. Hen a practical road the country dwellers and at the tourists would inevitable steer UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER Primary spelling builder and a man who every one south across Indiana and into the si me time promote in a very Miss Lela Norton admires and respects. He was Kentucky Tho Best Remedy hills rather continue marked degree the welfare of the Sl Methods of Teaching Grammar again elected president of this asFor all forms of population. The automobile across the flats and coke ovens of city Harmon Skidmore sociation, the Southern Appalachhas graduated from a merely pleasthe northern route. ian Gocd roads Association, which Noon Intermission It is also to be considered that ure vehicle to a recgnized utility, meets next in Bluofield, W. Va., the opening of i: p. m. Music by School the Boone highway and there are now well over a mil m i9i5Mr. Henry Roberts, would offer a Arch Chasteen Agriculture Mount Vernon Monumental totally new and per- lion and a half automobiles and president of Br'siol Board of fect touring route to the thous- auto trucks in the United States. Discussion by Association BLUMBAGO. SCIATICA. GOUT. NEURALGhCA the Trade (and a mighty fine man) re ands of motorists of Indiana, Illi WORKS How to stop Whispering feel therefore that "I KAND KIDNEY TROUBLES. ou on nois and Michigan, the greatest American Road Congress in AtMiss Dickson Lakes quests me to compliment of and Uniform Program for all Schools your suggestion and movement in motoring states in the Union. lanta, will be dealing with a subLuther McCraoken and Robert going ahead with the proposed There is no route discoverable on ject paramount in Its importance iVljJEALEK in Marbles and work of constructing 13 miles of the map, available to these slates to the American people and I trust Granite Reams HL Conover "$ Monuments of ell association was asked for Boone Way in I915 as a starter, for shoit tours of a week or less, that the men who are in a position This Estimates furnished kinds. , by the citizens and we feel confi without waiting for national aid wh:cli would offer even a small per to forward the movement for bet KY, MT. VHRNON-of a profitable meeting so whichlmight be some years hence. centage of the attractions that are ter roads will attend thi? great an on application. dent Th; im pie si en f jj Ton iKooms over49--easer 3 oiore .,?r lets all be here and take part in Program this morning at 10a m. evident in the Kentucky territory. nual meeting. Phone GEO. OWENS Piopr, FKCZ MUM $ T IUHI Rhaiimatlc the discussions. Some thing may automobile trips oyer Bristol and The opening: of the Boone Way semsto be quite general Uit t Cur ion county roads etc. of the two would also offer a clean sweep way to further the good icada P one 112 be discussed worth while. "" states I will leave here . ,1 Lion-- 1 i$ct w iltJl I - ! Va.-Tcn- n. 6-- 9, ? - 1 Raw Hide They 81nek g ar-rive- We chiarei at RAINCOATS that su't rw 10 I I L. t.- e f J The New Fads Tor Tall fteady KT$ law-practic- e. tax-paye- rs j I GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER e Brodhead y JiiL8jtife 'J-LS- t? feisgtliSis s&ilyGerr3y 9ey&p&y&t$: .1.- jr!V;--E9E- SALE in !LA r Manis srisnjl-'akw-"sli- ri 11 &r j 1 Kodak . I I Work S I Saturdays; OPEN STUDSO two-hors- e UfHDBgTA&EB I w. I I a, eox,i km ma-tjriall- y J.CJVleCLARY H Rheumatism H H - Stgnford. P Manufacturer Dentist $ Ci ar" V-- , .. SPECIAL COMMISSIONER S The Bank of Mt. Vernon is ad SALE dine new furniture and several risns. Tlle TeaCners' Association of other needed ipiprovements about R. L. McFerron Plaintiff. often If you were not too,...-- asleep flip Mt. Vernon, KY.Oct.'l 0.1914 T)i visinn . i. VS.-tuc i,..;ii;., you would not be disturbed ty - socnr.il PHnr3tinnn.l uuuuiuK. met at rfroaaeau riaay wet. acn B. Mobley, Smith Ke'-les. up "No. 79" wnen T7Q the other ft How blowing his own and proved to be one of the most Toned Up Whole System. , J? uorn won toCommunl. and C. Rice, Jr , Deiendants have "Chamberlain's Tablets cate wftli SIGNAL BIG VALUES interesting ever held in this coun- By virtue of an order and judg-- 1 There is many a tnau whose ty of U0 o0 teachers in tnis done more for me than I ever darIN uient of the Rockcastle Quarterly voice is lor war, uui wueti ib division sixteen were present and ed hope for,' writes Mrs. Esther comes time to line up for battle toe eUl jre program was carriod Mae Baker, Speucerport, N. Y. Court, reijdoredat its September "I used several bottles of these Term, 1914, I, as Special Commishis leg are for peace. out to a letter. The talks were tablets a few months ago. They sioner of said court, will, on the Many friends of our proposed practical and inapiriug. The dis- - not only curek me of bilisus at- 26th day of October, i(Ji4, between I highway ask us to say they re cussious showed that the teachers tacks, sick headaches and that the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and LOUtSV!LLC&. NASHVILLE R R. CO. tired out feeling, hut toned up ceived interesting souvenir po.t are abreast with the times and my wholp system." For sale by 4 o'clock p. 111. at the front door of TIME TABLE. cards from our delegate while in that the schools of Rockcastle all dealers. the Courthouse, in Mt Vernon, p 22 acrth. 5.04 p m Bristol. might search county are making rapid strides Kocxcastie county, Kentucky, 24 nortn Bud Jarber, colored, was stabbed 3:53 a m expose at public sale, to the highthe world over to bought the in education. F. E. Mullins has 23 south 11:39 a m Rural Supervisor J. M, Craig in the abdomen Wednesday night, est bidder, the following describpartner J. E. half interest of his find better clothes 21 South 12:19 a m Yrrjl! in tlUo KnciitAcc tC Wrft - was present and joined in the dis but wo understand that the wound ed property, viz., 1 Cratz Boiler necessarily a fatal one. Mr. Craig is interested is not Tas. Landrum, Agent. and Engine, power, and & MulKns at Wjthors and wi, cussious ours in carrying out the course of stud) Fred Myers, Logan Taylor and 1 Saw Rig, Saw and Carriage, and Phone No. 8. gQ the business alone and your search prepared by the state and in a Richard Sowdar we re all with Jarj Sewell at the Sit Vernon, Ky. Pobtoffice here systematic organization in the ber when theoccurence happened Belts and all appurtenances thereHon $ni Was Enter! unto belonging. mail matter. would be in vain. a, ncond-cittsTuosday an(j rep.,rts the clulUCeS. school work of this county. Jarber says Myers cut him, Myers The amount of mouey to be of Hon John Henry Wilson. Inie Jaiber rut himself while scuf All teacher.s present enjoyed the P E I. S 0 N A L pendent candidate for Congress meeting and exj ressed themselves fling over a knife. Since he boys made is as follows: $200.00, with interest from the' of election as most excellent. as being highly in favor of hold hid an extra amount of white 28th day of April, 1U14, Mrs. KinW who has been very and the Special Suits them ghtning ahead wjque.-t:oJ. C. Moore the jeweler, is ing another meeting at this place cost of this action. sick for several days, is bettor. knowing just how it happened and Overcoats you Albright is traveling, over the county stopping later in the fall. TERMS: Mrs. Mary Susan Since we knovv all the parties, we The Moonlight school wlich Said sale will be made on a get the best with relatives at Barbourville this II few days at different places was in progress at this place last can not believe that any motive credit of Three Months. Bond doing work. No one need he week. skill and honest enweek was in every way a success prompted to the hoys to wilfully with approved security will be re Lloyd Maret is slowly iniy rov- afraid to intrust his work to him. Myers 'ab r.he colored man Six persons were enrdeJ aid quired, bearing interest at the deavor can produce Big John, the colored porter ing from the gun shot wound re showed splendid progress in writ Taylor and Sowder all surrender- rate of 6 per cent from date until ago. who drifted here from Stanford, ing. Ceived some time the same price you would pay for A movement is on fo it to ed but were re'eased on bond, paid, and having the force and ef will move his fami- was given a drenching a few nights start another G. S. Griffin Moonlight schoo Thinking an operation would be fect ot a judgment. ordinary style- This the 24th day of September ly to Livingston. His son, Claud, since by some of the younger set at this place in about three weks necessary, Dr. Pennington of Lon-iowhich was sufficient proof to the was called in connection with iai4. will remain on the farm. Tne teacheis and ci iz ns are specialize snappy big Coon that it was time for him Suits CAM MULLINS, Dr. Owens. Wo understand, and Rev. Combs of pleased with the success and re Rev. Allen Special Commissione". to leave town and ho went. It and London, are conducting a revival ottering their services to all who that after a careful examination the same skill and was certainly no loss to the town the operation was deemed inadvisBrodhead. meeting at may be interested, It your child starts in its sleep, h- -; made his dej nrtute. workmanship as in our quality will to when Brodhead Graded School held able, as they thought the patient grinds its toeth while sleeping, Mrs. Chas Chandler At The Bap- - the firM; tegular examination last would do alright without the use picks at the nose, has a bad breath day on her return from Louisville Div.xE All men and young men in this and fickles appetite, pale complexion TlbT CHURCH week and Supt. Pilkenton informs of the knife. fcr a dy with relatives. and dark rings under the eyes; it Smday October iS, 19i4 us thai he is highly pleased uith adjoining counties are invited to inhas worms; and as long as they reA TEXAS WONDER. Mrs. Win. Poynter visited her the work for the past two months. S. S. 1 ?. m. main in the intestines, that child daughter, Mrs. Thompson at Ciab spect our showing of new fall goods The Texas Wonder cures kidney will be sickly. WH ITE' S Cream A remarka.ble feature of the work a. m. Preaching 11 of the week. Orchard first before buying elsewhort B. Y. P. U.- - -- 6:30 p. m. was the fact that the attendance and bladder troubles, removing Vermifuge clears out the worms, K. L. Collier o.ie of the original grauel, cures diabets, weak and strengthens the stomach and bow22 during p. m. increased Preaching 7:30 the week of Boone Way boosters was here all irregularities of the kidneys els and puts the little one on the j Everybody is iavit;d t) these examination. my W Orchard Tuesday. from Crab and iu boty men and women. road to health and cheerfulness. servjees and the members are esMr. and Mrs James Miller, of Price 20c per bottle. Sold by John Robert Edmiston, one of the pecially urged to be present as we Indianapolis, Ind., were the g ests Regulates bladder troubles in RobiiiS: Brodhead, Ky. your original good roads men was til) want to discuss the meeting and of her sister Mrs M. H. Barnes children. If not sold by Strayed A cow, solid red Crab Orchard Wednesdaay. will be sent by mail on from some other vital matters. last week. Mrs. Myrtle Messfer druggist, One small bottle color, smooth, weight about 1,000 Steve Proctor was in Brodhead D. Epcjar Allkn. Pastor. has accepted a position at the Mt. receipt of $1.00. home-mad- e iu two moriths treatment, nd sel- pounds, wore bell with yesterday to see his mother and Vernon telephone exchange. Mr. was elected Our James Maret dom tails to perfect a cure. Send chain collar, right bag largest. reports her condition not improvVice President of and Mrs, Fred L. Durham, of Mt, for testimonials from his and other Notify aud receive reward. Kentucky Suite ed. J. H. Clark. Pine Hill, Ky. the Southern Appalachian Good Vernon, were visiting her paients states. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 The Wildie Base Ball team is Roads Association, at its meeting Mr. and Mrs J. F. Watson, Satg5iH LEADlrlGCtO Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. Sold A valuable dressing foe flesh expected here tomorrow, weather in Bristol last week. He is assist- urday until Monday. The game wounds, burns, scalds, old sores, permitting, to line up against our ant Secreiary of Bristol-t- o Lexing of baseball between Sparks Qu..rry by Druggist. rash, chafed skin, is Ballard's i i crack local team. Thg latest from the bjglaiid Snow Liniment, it is both heal Secretary of Boone and Brodhead, last Saturday, reton Highway. Mrs. Sarah Maret of Wild:e was Way, a member of the U. S Good sulted in a score of 11 to 10 in deal headquart irs is that the deal ing aud antiseptic Price 25c, here yesterday on her way to R ads Association and has so favor of the visiting team, and bad will be a gQ apd that offices will ank $1 00 per bottle. Sold by John Robins, Brodhead. Ky. Mrs. Henry many visit her daughter, next and titles it not been for .a lhtlo trickery en ba opened in Mt. Vernon other of tho home team the re week, aud begin takiug Catron of near Crab Orchard. over the his friends are thinking of furn- the part . RICHMOND. KY. pu)t would have no doubt have land. This will be splendid news Stuck-U- p Williams Jr. of Somer- ishing him a wheelbarrow to haul Richard fit A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS set, wi h his most charming bride them in. Jokes aside, lie deserves been n to 5. The home ttam t) the people ot Rockcastle and ;"$" IS Courses leading to Elementary, Intermediate and Lifo State Certificates. Valid in all Tublic Schools of Kent mm & jibl where deof only a few months are with all the honors there can be bo realizing their utter defeat, in the the adjoining counties 1 tucky. Special Courses and Review Courses. Tuition for a few stowed upon him for his efforts last half of the ninth-inninrusht velopments will follow it the laud Mt. Vernon relatives Pree to Appointees. Two splendid dormitories', new model school, new manual training building, practice forward, sue sells. days. towards beitrr raids for the moun- their best batters school, dcpartn.cnt of agriculture, a avII equipped boys pynmasium. Domestic Science. Fir-"- t Term begins Speak an encouraging ceeded in getting the A lit tlr child of Mrs. McLemotv tains. SeDteniber 7. Second Term NowmluT IU. Third Term E. Bullock, one of the couuty's and made o scores. Mr. ggs January 2T, Fourth Term April 5. Summer School opens living in one of the Kiueger brick word if vou can't do more in the rattled, and Mrs. Mont Roberts visited biggest hearted citizens and a man 3.i June 14 Catalogue Free. j. u. cHAnBK, Present. jt cottages, on West Main street has movement for improved ' his mother Mrs. Sallie Roberts at who always stands for improvetyphoid fever and the family is 111 Gum Sulphur last Sunday after ments, besides selling lots of liar need. Boone Way Map. Our dele noon W. T. Brooks was called ness, saddlery etc , is doing some I Several will go from here to at- gate to the Bristol, u., S His home last Saturday on account of thing on his farm a? well I tend the big lot sale at Anville, convention in addition to securing the serious illness of Mrs. Brooks latest contribution to the list of tomorrow. Mr. .r. C. West is a splendid advertising of our Boone who had a severe attact of tonsili-ti- splendid productions, is a pear, of 1 member of the firm of the Phillips-Wes- t Way and arc best noticed nowadays HighShe is much better now. the Bartlett variety, which weighs Realty Co , who are putting way had his map of our proposed on tbe walls of the roon s Mr. and Mrs. Steve Proctor were i1- pounds aud measuring over 9 on the sale. wall im with kis mother here last Sunday. inches iu line displayed upon the The circumference. where our new "Wall PapMiss Ada Rhinehart a daughter mediately to the right of the rostA revival meeting is in progress editor has this pear saving for his ers have been used Tliey of Mr. and Mrs Joe Rhinehart of rum of the president or the asso- at the Baptist church conducted own tooth aud to our good friend, represent the very latest in Louisville, and Mr. Luther Burn- ciation, who was chairman of the by the Pastor, D. Edgar Allen, of Mr. Bullock who is one of the few i 1 i Wall Paper designs and colman of meeting, where it was largely re- Mt. Vernon, and 3 ett, a young business the Rev. H. C. men who thinks that the newsWe have some exorings. were married at viewed and investigated by mem- Combs, of London, Middlesboro, to any of Rev. Ootubs, paper man is entitled patterns for Parlors. clusive Middlesboro recentlv. z bers from the eight states, belong who is doing the preaching, are under is a the good things, we V Reception - Rooms, Dining-Rooming to the association. Many very forceful k speaking, aud his many obligatioi.s. s and b LOCAL compliments were passed upon hearers are very much pleased i Halls You save money by the simplicity and plainness in the his sermons. Theie will be buving here. la Raincoats for men, women and dralting which required little if with I no singing at the Christian church children at Fish's. any explanation to have any one next Saturday and Sunday. Mis you can most surely depend For Infants and Children, Opplsito Court Iloiibc, f understand the meaning thereof. 1. R. Storms has beeu quite sick The Kind You Have C H. Rice the cross tie man of Always Bought acin time of trouble is your Livingston sold to the Penn. R. Boone Way literature and buttons the past week. Mr. and Mrs A. Bears the M. Hiatt were with Mr. and Mrs. Better count to acquire a R. Co., 7ooo cross ties and loaded were also distributed. Signature of R. L. Smith in the Hiatt section on the cars here this week them of the The first open meeting big one by depositing you have It reauired a train of 20 cars to Woman s Club for this season was last Sunday. Mrs. Lela Murphy, iVit-Vernoin lnul them. Albert Hager the held Friday evening at the home of Middletown, Ohio, is visiting Tickling the throat, horseness, PENN inspector was here this of Mrs. Albright. Mrs. Albright relatives here this week Mrs. loss of voice, indicate the need o' You'll Find the necessity oi! thinking before week looking after the shipment. MissRowlee, and Miss Martiueau Walter Smith spent last week with Ballard's Horkhound Syrup. navinc a rreat Incentive to saving. Wli en --i being hostesses. After a brief her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. It eaees the lungs; quiets cough trouble conies what you have been prevented Notice: Beginning with the outline of the plan of work of the Owens. Mr. Smith came up last and restores health in the bronchial from frittering away will make a comfortable tubes. Prices 25c, 00c aud $l.oo first night in November the Mt balance . Club, given by Mrs. Sparks, the Sunday and she accompanied him per bottle. Sold by John Robins, Vernon Power Co., will put on all to their home in Crab Orchard. guests were delightfully enterBrodhead, Ky. night service. Those who have the ;d by of the reading of selections Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hannah, of tain been holding back on their wiring Nogales, Arizona, were the guests There were four drummers Bobby Burns, by Mr. waiting to see if the service will he from of Mr. and Mrs. J. Monte Robeits talking confidentially in the corPictures of the Burns for all night caa now get ready last week. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. ner of a smoking car. "I tell you ' C. HAD NOTICED THEM. country, shown with a Hotel Henry Watterson The all nieht service will start ATTORNEY-AT-LACarter returned the first of the boys," exclaimed one of the loudcan, made the reading all the more LOUISVILLE, KY. and the only thing that will stop enjoyable. The next feature of week from a two weeks visit to est ones, "I'm proud to say that MT. VERNON. KY. it, is the failure of the people to South' most popular priced, modern The their son, Rev. J. D. Carter, at no house in the country has more, the progra mwas a travel talk de hotel. On 2rd. floor fo . e the current. Absolutely ituated in the the Dan- men pushing their line of goods livered by Miss Stewart of Lang- - Wilraore. E. J. Ford, very heart or the retail shopping district and The Bank of Mt. Vernon , on Church near all the theatre. ville piano man, was here Tuesday than ours." street. Special attention given don Memorial, by means of the Livingston Presbyterian Finest Cafe in Louisville, with moderate calling on our merchants prices. to collections. with a Miss- Stewart was "What do you sell?" asked a radioptican. Chukch Club Breakfast from 25c up : noon day Phone No. 80. table de hote Dinner. 6 to 8 p. very interest-m- t line of Ladies and Gents furnish curious one of the group. Lunch 50c; Christian Workers Class will able to illistrate her m. $ .00. Also elaborate a la carte service goods. Mr. and Mrs. Bob "Baby carriages." in Restaurant. nf.iliP r.lmrfri Saturdav Tio'iner account of a trip thru the ing Rathskeller open from 4 p.m. to I a.m. Orchestral and vocal music. The beautiful Roberts, sf Pine Hill, were with j Swiss country. p.m. All Christian people desir-her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. KEEP YOUR STOMACH AND LlVEic became alto -g ROOM PRICES knowledge of the land of Switzerland a working HEALTHY charming as it was describ- - Owens during the weekt -- Mrs. Bible are urged to attend. This is gether With running water and It has the only real continuous A vigorous Stomach, pertect private toilet $1 per day ed in her tnosE delightful talk Sallie Roberts and Miss Elizabeth all denominations. for ' :( ' door opening. Gentry were up from Gum Sul- working Liver and- regular acting With private bath $1.50 tii fcfi,A"i '" II "Tbe delicious refreshments were phur Sunday Sunday School 9:45 a. m. j"'."av:; V&TVr . 'r..V7F ! i'1"' 11. up to $3.00 per day .hi Hoops made of tested steel. to see Mrs. W. T. Bowels is guaranteed if you will "l..n ...','.''. not the smallest feature of the oc- Btooks Supt. John Walton Hoops can be adjusted from ladLarge sample riomi J. G. Frith is quite sick use Dr. King's New Life Pills. e io:4t; a. n casion. Every one presentenjoy-e- d at this writing. Frank and Gleve They insure good Digestion, corder front door frame. with prrvate bath $2.50 Preaching Servi-' i- Doors made of California Redto $3.50 per day. "."vrfl'"l " " JsTPtH the reception to the utmost. Brooks were in town Wednesday. rect Constipation and have an ex Rev. John M. Macmillan. wood, "The Wood Eternal." You are cordially invited to mate this cellent tonic effect on tbe whole The location of our factory gives us Several new members will be hotel vour headauarters while in Louisville. "Oh! Percy, my foot has gone to lowest freight from mills to factory, and from facsystem Purify your blood and only for a day. Have your mail even if welcomed, and a Baptismal ser-- j tory to you. Gtt a bitttr Silo and Save montj by sleep." and packages addressed here. You will rid you of all body poisons through for catalog and prices. writing us FOR FLETCHER'S always be a welcome guest, "Ye. Doth of them turned In quit FOR FLETCHER'S vice will probably be held after LOUISVILLE SILO AND TANK CO. v the Bowels. Only 25c. s'i your ROBERT B. JONES, Manager. a white ago.'' Uncoipwted) ) unmur.- the morning sermon. Druggist.. .O.SUU0.F. --J MT. VERNON SIGNAL Big line of Star Rraud Shoes at JiKOllllEAl) I . W. 79 k is 1 1 uats You I 20-hors- e than at $15 tt ! I n When you buy Fish's that at n, We $15 smart with at $20 bE-iviCE- a gfcand What You muy Tftg Hem of eiood the. . V po-itio- Styles SlwrnvbRg&a Kmi hm 1 M - vh-iiin- Va.-Ten- filSlllllfi. P) s. Bristol-Lexingto- n m - dgM s, Bed-Room- CASTOR A The Helping Hand start what n- C-C.CO- X, upon bank CazM&i The Bank of X The Bank Mt. Vernon Mac-milla- n. Williams, u-- fire-proo- f; 555S8SliSP - 1 i- ' - - M - . ( Children Cry Chvldren Cry y CASTORIA CASTORIA V. se OUR Great tvl oney-Savin- g Combination B argains Al! Standard Publications of the Highest Merit, Which Will Be Appreciated By Every Member of Your Family This BIG OFFER Consists of THE MT. VERXOX SIGNAL, TRE CINCINNATI WEEKLY ENQUIRER, THE FARM AND FIRESIDE, TODAY'S MAGAZINE, MONTHLY. SEMI-MONTHLYT BOYS' MAGARINE, MONTHLY, HOUSEHOLD JOURNAL AND FLORAL LIFE, MONTHLY. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF Laurel, Knox and Bell county toi T11K UNITED STATES make a move Rockcastle has al FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF ready got its movement under way thru the Fiscal Court to construct KENTUCKY ten miles in i9i5andto prosecute ) In In the Matter of Bankruptcy. the work as fast as possible thereW. Chasteen ) after to complete the other ten John Richmond, Ky., Oct. 13, 1914. miles which will carry it thru the To the creditors of John W. county from Northwest to South of the lino Chasteen. of Johnetta, in the east. The finishing county of Rockcastle and district fiom Crab Orchard to Mt, Vernon will bring hundreds of tour aforesaid, a bankrupt. Notice is hereby given that on ists to Mt Vernon as soon as the Oct. 2, 1914, the said John W. road is completed to this point. Chasteen was duly adjudged a With good hotels and an abun-- l baukrupt; and that the first meet- dance of the best water in America ing of his creditors will be held at and fine mountain scenery the the office of the undersigned in tourists simply can't racist the Richmond, Ky , on October 30, call. The advantages of delivar-in- g coal and other products down 1914, at 2 o'clock p. m., at which time the said creditor may attend the line to and even beyond Crab prove their claims, appoint a trus- Orehard is of greater value than tee, examine the Bankrupt, and other interests and combine them transact such other business as thev will provide a big income for may properly come before said our people. Complete maps covering a good meeting. portion of the eight stales were A. R BURNAM.Jr., Referee in Bankruptcy. ( ! Bszarciwa Children Cry for Fletcher's iws$SSS3SS!$S I ' j The Kind You Have Always Bought, and Avhich has been in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of ami has been made under his per- noiiai supervision since lis miaiiey. '-- SY, Allow no one to deceive Ton in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and are but Experiment that tiille Aith and endanger the health of Infants and Ciiiidren Experience against Experiment. Just-as-good" What Is CASTOR! A Caslnria a harmless for OUR SPECIAL BARCAIN PRICE O FOR ALL SIX, EACH ONE YEAR Is ever $1.65 DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED by local applications as they can not reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deafness, and that is by constitutional remedies, Deaf ness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of ot the Eustachian Tube. When this tabe is in flammed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hear, and when it is entirely closed, Deafness is the result, and un less can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh, which is nothing but an iuflaraed condition of the mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars ior any case of Deafuess (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free. F. J. Chknky & Co , Toledo, O. 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We can conscientiously recommend this offer to all our reoders and feel satisfied you will be more than delighed with the investment. It is impossible to send sample copies, but we advise, however, that they may be seen on display at our office furnished all delegates and others. Many enlarged maps of local and county and state roads with many photographs ot interesting! views adorned the walls of con-- 1 vention hall. The Boone Way representative ' was elected Kentucky State Vice President of Highway. This highway takes! to route of Boone Way at Cum berland Gap nud follows it to Crab Bristol-Lexington i.s Castor Oil, Paresubstitute goric, Drops and Soothing Sirups. It is pleasant. It contains . neither Opium, .Morphine nor other Narcotic M:usiaii-elis age is its guarantee. Jt destroys "Worms and alla.s Ferb.hne.ss. Eur more than thirty years it 1mj been in constant ii.su for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Diarilnr.1. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The aiother's Friend. NE CA TOR! A ALWAYS Bear; s tne Signature of ; ( Orchard, thence thru Lancaster, and Nicholasviile to Lexington or possibly via Stanford and Danville if the citizens of these towns take sufficient time to 'nfortu them- selves that such a road movement is on foot, which they soeru to have failed to do heretofore or take appreciable in interest the matter of putting a road thru the mouitains. Crab Orchard has done nobly. The Bristol Herald in its fine write ups of the convention proceedings gave Boone Way and its delegate a splendid boost . It is interesting to note that in the construction of the Bristol Lexington Highway and Booue Way modern roadway engineers have followed the trail bla.ed by Daniel Boone, the pathfinder of years ago. in his efforts to leave civilization far behind him. The restless old hunter had the knack of following the line of least re- he Kind You lave Always BomM In Use For Oyer 30 Years vouk citv. THZ CCNTAUR COMRANV M ew ' . ' ( WHEN YOU WANT liyou want to keep posted on the war, place your order early. The Srgnalwill have from two to four columns of the latest war news each week, and fn the weekly Enquirer you will get in condensed form the war news of the entire week. This ofler applies on new or past due subscriptions to the SignaL AH erem Merchandise spfn !mp1iments TO Take Hall's Family Pills for BOONE VA (Continued from lixd page) Orders Must Be Mailed To The' MT. VERNON SIGNAL $ PKOPLRS $ BANK $ 1 A $ Straw will Show the the Wind Blows ! Way $ Have you' Noticed the Wonderful Growth of the $ $ $ $ PEOPLES bank $ SAFE AND SOLID there's a reason. AMPLE RESOURCES Every Banking Facility $ For the Convenience of the People $ OF ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Use Us $ $ PEOPLES $ BANK $ TF j you have -- - .ifTAfST Vl KJl (J WtfJ n m KABO Tit Lire MbM CORSET ?ded1.bJ?te- - Finished at . Has a wVjJSLST of back section. bust and long skirt. Is KBtcIc!ru'reshaYefeaIherboneat sgSa) to32L ree P!Urs l 5UPPltexs to?HlsUk-e,Pbroidrytrim- money carefully in buying your clothes, you can least afford to economize in getting your , corset. You'll find exactly what you want in a Kabo The Live Model Corset. You'll get style, fit, comup-to-d- ate to spend your ES? from a Kabo; it is made for you to wear. It is worth what you pay at any price. afo-- fort and lasting service Price $3.00 For bale by A. B. FURNISH BETHURUM Offices &. LEWIS Attorneys at Law in Bethurum Bldp. Will practice in all the Courts. vid 01s S,H3H0131i CASTOR! A vo HO J Oliildreix Cry FOR FLETCHERS GO Norfolk & Western . railroad', stopping over 111 ht at the Blue Sulphur hotel where the bluest of blue water can be found. A ten SLOAN 'S FREELY FOR LUM mils trip was made APPLY Saturd: y to Cleveland, Russel Count ', where L5AGO. Your attacks of Lumbago are-no- t a sister was to have been visited nearly so hopeless as they whom the delegate had not seen seem. You can relieve them al tor many years. No notice had sistance in piercing the mountains. The trail which he hewed most instantly by a simple application of Sloan's Liniment on the been sent of his intended visit and for himself into Kentucky, the gwtgawM back and loins. Lumbago is a when he reached that station he "Dark and Bloodly Ground," .is iorm of rheumatism, and yields learned she was on a trip to WashErhnc C . rovic Chas. C. Davis! T. perfectly to Sloan's which pene- ington county in which Bristol is known as the "Old ' Wilderness .3x...UJ. Mt , Vernon trates quickly all in through the located and not many miles from Road or Boone Trail' and passes Mt. Vernon Ky. sore, tender muscles, limber up the thru Cumberland Gap. Kv. the latter place. The delegate back and makes it feel fine. Get The highway together with the entertained at Cleve-lahd-b- Crest a bottle or' Sloan s Liniment for 25 was uicely Ride and the his nephew atid niece, Mr. Bristol-Charlotte cents of any druggist and have it Hiehwavs. wil in the house against colds, sore and Mrs. Robert Mayes and little thirty-nin- e. is Phone give direct connection between and swollen joiuts, rheumatism, Olga, their pretty little daughter Kentucky and the neuralgia, sciatica and like ailStates north 7 and open shop ments. Your money back if not while on the trip and in the old and west of the Ohio River and satisfied, but it does give almost dominion the Boone Way mau the great Southeast, and therefore open shop till 9 o'clock p. visited the following instant relief. places and will bring tens of thousands of viewed the good roads ontside ot tourists and sightseers to the are cordially welcome in our IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF Bristol: Wallace, (a fifteen mile Southern Appalachian territory THE UNITED STATES line in Sullivan County, Tennes place any time during our shop ainually. The same route will al FOR THE EASTERN DIS1RICT OF see) Spears Ferry, St. Paul. low returning tourists from the hours. to sell you Oastlewood, Coeburn, Tom's KENTUCKY resorts in the Carolinas, Georgia, Creek, (where I5O cars of coal and oh In the Matter anything yon want, J In and Florida to motor tneir way of Bankpuptcy. coke are loaded daily) and Norton. straight thru the "Land of the how we do like to sell you you William A. Phillips J Four of these points are in Wise Sky," "The Sapphire Country" Richmond, Ky., Oct. i3, i9i4 county where one million dollars Let us show you. do scenery of East the To the creditors of William A. has been appropriated for buildern Tennessee, Southwest VirPhillips, of Goochland, In the ing highways. Wise county roads ginia and the Blue Grass territory county of Rockcastle and district were the best observed by Rock C. of Kentucky, via Ashville, Bow aforesaid, a bankrupt. delegate outside of Briscastle's ling Rock, Bristol, Mt. Vernon Notice is hereby given that on tol proper. They are smoothest Vernon and Lexington. Oct. 6, 19 14, the said William and most perfect specimens of The Natural Tunnel, located on was duly adjudged a bank- road building he has seen. Bristol n t!ie Highway, rupt; and that the first meeting Board ot Tradalwith Henry Roberts is justly known to ha one of the ot his creditors will be held at the promise to have all gaps closed up most interesting as well as peculonice ol the undersigned in Rich- between Cumberland Gap and iar sights to be found in all Airier- mond, Ky.. on Oct. 30, 1914, at 2 their city by or before the end of ica. It has been termed '"One of o'clock p. m , at which time the 1915, and are particularly interestNature's most wonderful freaks." said creditors may attend, prove ed in Boone Way being put thru. This tunnel pierces a towering h.iir claims, appoint a trustee,, Mr Roberts, Bristol's good roads ridge of solid rock from eist to examine the Bankrupt, and trans- bustler secured from our delegate west. Nature's handiwork has act such other business as may the names af the leading citizens been found so perfect "that the , properly come before said meet- of Crab Orchard, Brodhead, Mt. tunnel is utilized by a railrom, says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., in ing. Vernon, Pine Hill, Livingston, a pissage far better than writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's A. R. BURNAM, Jr , London, BarbourHe, Pineville, any which could have been bored tonic. She says further: "Before 1 began to use Reteree in Bankruptcy. and Middlesboro, whom he will get by Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I hydraulic urilJs. ihe ireak is thought the pain would kill me. 1 was hardly able in correspondence with and urge further interesting thru a crat.r to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles YOUR FALL COLD NEEDS ATTENupon them the great importance of in its center which forms a chimneof Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon co operation all along the line in TION y-like aperture thru which the gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, No use to fuss and try tD wear putting this great highway thru as well as run a big water mill. it out. It will will wear jTou out to a successful conclusion. We blue sky may be seen by those I wish every suffering woman would give very bowels of the instead. Take Dr. King's New are now approachingj a working standing in the mountain. Discovery, relief follow : quickly. It checks your Cold and Soothes basis and there is no earthly rea Isaac Shelby, the first governor son why we should fail to accomyour Cough away. Pleasant, of Kentucky, was one of the leadand Healing. Children plish this undertaking that is of ers who organized the little Army like it. Get a 5oc. bottle of Dr. so much importance to the milot the Holslon, whic hcrossed the King's New Discovery and keep it in the bouse. "Our family Cough lions, mountains and fought and won the The automobile manufacturer's Battle of Kings Mountain and thus and Cold Doctor" writes Lewis a trial. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, Chamberlain, "Manchester, Ohio. and associations, whose represcr-tativeswer- e turned the tide of the American and it always does me god." Money back if not satisfied, but it at this convention, Revolution. When this road is Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, nearly always helps. tired, worn-o- ut feelings, etc., are sure signs of womanwho have spent and are spending completed his decendants aud the ly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's millions in pushing good roads, we When the chest feels on fire decendants of Boone and those tonic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui and the throat burns, you have are assured will be ready to lend who went over the "Old Wilderfor your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing indigestion, and you need HER-BIN- assistance to Boone Way when it women for more than fifty years. mav to get rid o.' the disagree- is demonstrated that its promoters ness Road and Boone Trail," motor back and visit the scenes able feeling. It drives out badly , and parties at interest will start made historic by their ancestors. digested food, strengthens the some progress stomach and purifies the bowels. the work and make To Cumberland Gap" Price 5oc. Sold by John. Robins, showing their interest and that On (AND BRISTOL) Brodhead, Ky. they mean business, It is up to JOAS THE McKENZIE OLD gSLIASLS DRUGS y -- My We run No. (39) at olock a.m. m. You at awe-inspirin- g We don't want don't but, my what want. CHAS. Mt. DAVIS Bristol-Lexingto- Ky. It Always Helps An-ticept- ic The Woman's Tonic DUI E Get a Bottle Today!