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Mount Vernon signal: October 30, 1914 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1914 mou1914103001_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: October 30, 1914 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. L. Published Every Friday VOLUME XXVII. JGKkJJ&J AKrArJF 6Mt C5Bw I 3 4 (HI qgjf yy iB H VJa'vVf lit 3 jHi; Till II h. iSS Established 1887 NUMBER0 2 f COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY OCT. 30, MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE 1914 pJlJi JLvj "Just-what-you-nee- HsKioivjliixts Style SK$w a sake of the State; educate the mother for the sake of the child." t These ladies have an active campaign laid out for the week from Sunday, November 15, toj ' Sunday, November 22, and it is! A length v article in t'uo Louis- - ' tt yi- anfira ville ISvoiiins? Post on the subject"1" ""lJC LW...' !. ..! ......:! 111 mis ... i . tue, win wok; of Voou light Schoolm and illiter- - comniuuuv not solicit contributions, but they ates says: do want and ask for voluntary) That they can be educatd is shown b the experience of Mrs. contributions. What has been done in Rowan Cora Wilson Stewart, of Morehead couny can be done in every counRowan county, in that direction. ty of the State, and the question She was raised in that county, is, "How are we educated at the pul l.c schools, that is up to us to aid this forward and showing unusual ability and going Hoonligh Schools. ( A 4- lis-tftt- s li--rci- - Kcrs 'ozert : OR; !3 REASONS Why you should trade at d" Coats for Women Every woman looks forward with great interest to the new styles in separate coats. They are one thing that a woman feels that she must have every winter, the one thing she really needs. unbition, was. tikenby the Bapto complete tists and Sr'it nor education, which she did, and hen returned' Morehead strongly imbued with the idea that she jould educate the illiterates in her wn county and oroceeded to study the conditions carefully. As she was the Superintendent of Schools in Rowan county, she outlined her plans to the ttachers in that county and called for volunteers and all of them responded and 11 systematic cam ass of the homes of the people was made in September, ion, and her plans to the people. ex-jlaine- ' d You Do? There ate many times when one man questions another's actions and motives. Men act differently under different circumstances. The question is, what would you do right uow if ycu had a severe cold? Could you do better tlmn to take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy? It is highly recommended by people who have used it for years and knows its value. Mrs O. R. Sargent, Peru, Ind., says, "Chamberlain's (Jough Remedy is worth its weight in gold and I take pleasure in recommending it." For sale by all dealers LEVEL UlCEEN. What Would U. G. BAKER'S The largest Stock of General Merchandise in Rockcastle County which enables you want it. to get what you want when you The right goods right prices square deal. Satisfaction or no pay Bo Way. the That is nice treatment and a The Moonlight 7.Q. School ker'a vere poor, often impassible, and J. L. Hasty was in Brodhead the distances great, she could only last week on business. J. B. have her clashes on bright nights, in lud thus they were soon called Brown returned to his home a few Arizona last Friday after uoonlight schools. PHmarily, they were organized days stav with his mother and for the adults, and in the begin other relatives and friends here. ning she found many of them, He preached a very interesting while anxious to learn, shy and un sermon at Friendship on Wedneswilling 10 acknowledge their ig- day uight. Mrs. H. C. Jones who has been with relatives here for norance before their neighbors. The census of 1910 showed that the past two months is now on J&F3& 'Hill Ihc 1 way to Winchester, where she there were 1,150 adult illiterates her will join her husband. She will n Rowan county, ard many fathers and mothers came to her on spend a few days with Mrs. W. 13. Spivey at Mt Vernon. Homer Saturday and Sundays from miles Wabd, was with his irouud to get; her to read to them Thompson of letters that they had received cousin, Maurice Thompson first of of their the week. Mrs W. F. DeBord from absent members spent families, and to write for them and daughter, Miss Kate, last Tuesday and Wednesday in their answers, so that that she soon had a class of adults who Mt. Veinon the guests of Mrs. T. IT. Brown was came to her secretly to be taught J. Nicoley. Win in Crab Orchard last Friday. to read ai.d write; during the first year she had 1.2OO students en Mrs. A. C. Sowder and little grand spent rolled in these moonlight schools, daughter, Margaret Mullins with and there are now 200,000 ot our from Saturday until Monday Mr. and Mrs. Will Gentry atSpiro citizens enrolled in these BKODHEAJ) was the guest of relatives here the next Saturday and Sunday at 7 p. adult Several from here were in Mt. chools of our cities. first of the week. Mrs. Fannie m., and everybody is cordially inVernon last Monday to hear BeckWhat This County Shows. e singings was the Hiatt, of Louisville, and Mrs. Lo- - vited to attend. ham speak. F. E. Gentry was in Mrs. Linda Benton The results are simply astound- - Somerset last Friday aud Saturretta H:atr, ol Mt Vernou, were are conducted by Pror. W. A. eies.of Mrs. J. F. Watson the day. Mr. and Mrs. Ben V. Rid first of the week. Frank Rey the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Owens, and are free. Why noi In Rowan county the number dle are the proud parents ofababy Hiatt Saturday and Suuday. V. come and get the benefit. Such nolds recently purchased a 22 year old horse at Stanford for the fancy R Brown of Louisville, was with opportunities seldom come. Rev. of adult illiterates has been reduc- boy at their home. Miss Martha price of 2.50, and we understand Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Elder during R B. Baker filled his regular ap- ed troni i,i 50 in i910 to only Jones is visiting in Mt. Vernon at the present time. this week. Wade H. Mullins was sold aim at a handsome profit. A the week The revival at the pointment at the Christian church twenty-.thre- e Mrs. Stewart has appeared be- very sick a few days first of the Baptist church closed last Friday last Saturday and Sunday. He fev rights ago a man made an night with nine additions to the announced that he had secured fore our State Legislature ahd be- week Misses Mattie and Lucy to get away with a sack of County church. While the number added the services of the Rev. W. .1. fore a meeting in Nashville, Tenn. Mink, who have had a long siege of wheat from Rockcastle typhoid fever are both able to be Milling Co's. plant, which was left was not so large, this was a splen Hudspeth, of Lexington, to hold a of the Southern Educational at which latter meeting up again.--M.i- ss of room, but did meeting and we fed that good revival hare, beginning about the Daisy Thomas outside on account will result. Born to the wife ot fourth Saturday in .November she was listened to by P. P. Ckx-to- spent last Thursday night and Claud Owens, the night watchman National Commissioner of Friday with Miss Ola DeBord. and with his Henry Webb the first of the week Rev. Hudspeth is State Evangelist fire on him, opened Wheel-dofor Kentucky and one of the most Education, who became so enthusi Mr. J. P. Mullins remains about experience with an automatic re- a girl baby. Mrs. C. A. is quite sick with typhoid able ministers in the state. C. H astic over her work that he has the same. Harve Brown spent volver, fired several shots in quick succession, and when the smoke . fever. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Smith Fiith, A. M. Hiatt. Rev A. J. incorporate.! a result of it in his Tuesday night with his sister, cleared away the wheat was'left! and Miss Bessie, were the guests Pike, Judge A J. Haggard, W.H Bulletin No. 2O, above referred to. Mrs. Eugene McWilliaras at Bee The rapidity with which some Lick. Clay Thompson were in Mr Vernon Mon- was in on thr ground, but the man who .of Mr. and Mrs. John Robins Sun- w ol those adults learn to read and Maretburg day. Mrs. J. v Proctor, 60, day to hear J. C. W. Beckham last Sunday. The had looked upon it with so much are all done sowing wheat was not to be seen, andjd.ed at her home Monday night of speak. An Agricultural Fair will write is astonishing. farmers interest One man, aged thirty, after four There has been a large crop sow School we venture that he will not return .last week, after a lingering illuess be held at the Graded ;oon. riurrail lor viauu juuu,;i acvcidi luuuuia one wu h ue- - uuuuiui: tueytn auu lutn 01 io lessons in the school, wrote the ed iu this community. Burdette Brown has his new house almost Benton has been a visitor in our vout member of Brod head Christ- - vember. Anumber of ablespeak-ia- superintendent a legible letter. Another mau, aged f'fty, wrote completed and will move soon. church and a noble woman, ers have been secured. Full prodays. Dr. W. E town for several Gravel ey,andlittle daughter, Miss She realized for many weeks that gramme will appear later. Mrs a legible letter after seven nights Mrs. D. R. Gentry and children will soon return to their home at Elizabeth, Mr. aud Mrs. R. L. she could not recover, and told J. F. Watson and dauehter. Mrs. attendance. A woman, aged seventy, wrote Quail. They have been here for A. M. Hiatt her husband, children and friends John Robins, were visiting relaSmith, Mr. and Mrs. a legible lettter after eight nights, about six months with her mother Henry Anderson, J. W. Tate, and that she was prepared for the final i tives in the Glades last week. study. Mrs. J. N. Brown. We will miss John Robins were in Louisville summons, and while she realized DEAFNESS CANNOT BE was impossible tor many them very much from our midst. The Forward Movement. several days last week. R. L. that it CURED was a representative to the of the people of Brodhead to acSmith In June of the present year Vic Price was a caller at Plato and John company her remains to Provi- by local applications as they can- Mrs. Stewart found herself in lastSuuday. Mrs. Wm. H. Brown Grand Lodge of Masons, not reach the diseased dence, near her old home and the ear. There is only portion of Louisville, full of enthusiasm for has been very sick for a few days to the Grand Chapter. Robins one way Mr and Mrs, H. C. Gentry, of where she requested to be buried, to cui'e deafness, and that is by the continuance of her work, but of lagrippe. Mt. Vernon, were tne guests 01 she asked that they go to the end constitutional remedies, Deaf with no money behind her to ness is caused by an Mr. and Mrs. Marshal Smith last of the concrete walk in that direc- condition of the mucous inflamed equip her schools. She appear APPLY SLOAN 's FREELY FOR LU M lining of Saturday.- - --The basket ball game tion, and accordingly a large num ot the liiustaclnan Tube. When ed before a body of women, who BAGO. between the High School boys of ber, together w ith all the school this tube is in flammed you have a ascertained the true situation, and Your attacks of Lumbago are responded. About rumbling sound or imperfect after consideration authorized her not nearly so hopeless as they Mt, Vernon, aid Brodhead High children, whie'd Was pulled off here twenty or probably more accom hear, and when it is entirely clos- to go ahead with her organization, seem. You can relieve them al School ed, Deafness is the result, and unlast Saturday afternoon resulted panied the remains to Providedce less the inflammation can be taken and tbey would in turn put into most Instantly by a simple appliin a score of i5 to 5 in favor of the where the Rev. D. Edgar Allen out and this tube restored to its operation a movement during the cation of Sloan's Liniment on the back and loins. Lumbago is a home team. These teams met held funeral services. We ex- normal condition, hearing will be fall which would spread abroad a form of rheumatism, and yields .i,mit n wwk beforeat Mt. Ver itend our.svmnathv to the bereav- - destroyed forever; nine cases out knowledge of the true conditions, perfectly to Sloan's which penenon and the score was ii to 9 in jed. Higgie Baker offered his of ten are caused by Catarrh, and they thereby hoped to secure trates quickly all in through the The home l.resignation as town Marshal last which is nothing but an iuflamed the funds to equip the schools un- sore, tender muscles, limber up the iavor of Brodhead. condition of the mucous surfaces. til the Legislature was again in back and makes it feel fine. Get boys are playing first class ball Wednesday, which was accepted, We will give One Hundred -w rSri nrll Xrf1vri a bottle of'Sloans Liniment for 25 huh Arlln y upauy case of Deafness session. for this season, ana nave cnaueugcu uu mc Uuam .muicuia-acents of any druggist and have it The work of these ladits is in the house against colds, sore the London H'gh School team. pointed U. H. lntn in his stead. (caused by catarrh) that cannot Afkr defining Mt Vern-- n last We feel complimented that the be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. known as "The Ford ward Mov- and swollen joiuts, rheumatism, for circulars, free. neuralgia, ement," and their slogans are: sciatica and like ailSaturday, o. r bos p'. yed tne Board was fortunate .. in securing Send J. Chbnky & Co F. i.his services, and believe that they , Toledo, 0. ments. Your money back if not "Let everybody who can"read Quail Basket Bali team, defeating j Sold by Druggists, 75c. score of 24 to 0. Miss made a wise choice. There will Take Hall's Family Pills for con- - and write hfIn pyprvhnrlv wbn nan. satisfied, but it does give almost them by a instant relief. not," and "Educate the man for the Margaret Tharp, of Junction City, be singing at the Christian church l stipation. T'-esef-lo- rt As-ciatio- This year they are more attractive than ever. Made in warm, heavy, but not cumbersome materials, some rough, some smooth; in a variety of plain colors; in gorgeous plaids and checks they are truly delightful. The model illustrated on the right is a splendid example of the season's newest designs collar is in separate coats. Its snug-fittin- g almost airtight. Note the cuff effect and the smart flare which is held in at the waist in the front by a half belt. Isn't it just the coat for cold, blustery days? Another one that is already very popular is of boucle. Its extreme simplicity of cut makes it ideal for everyday wear, but it would be almost impossible to find a coat of better lines or smarter cut. Many others just as interesting and attractive are now on display. Your wardrobe is hardly complete .without one of them. They're "jusb what you need." Inexpensively priced, too. Briefly, she proposed to organ- - night schools, bat as the roads on -1 1 buyer, together with ample cash en-aides.. us to lmv merchandise at the very lowest . possible lgtire years experience as Our overhead expenses are less than most people's . ravagance allowed in rimninjj the business. So we are enabled to " Sell the same goods for less money." No ext- We have a clear title to handise. our store buildings, fixtures and merc- We pay no interest because we borrow no money. Xo mortgage or notes against us. We are not compelled to sell at high prices iu order to pay mterert on money to rim the business witl). 0 The smaller our expense account the less price the goods will cost you. We pay net, spot cash and give the benefit all to our customers . Politeness, and by theway, politeness from the heart, is what we whether rich or deal out to our customers poor based upon a desire to give our customers all there is in it ot value and service . 20 years ago we came to AEt. m Mt Vernon, revolutionized business matters, put Vernon on the map as a bar-gatown and have kept her there to this good day. n, n, n Thousands urer's prices. now on Sale at and below manufactYoo can buy all yoac winter tL of Shoes needs in Shoes for less money. So.-vde- r 1 Ladies'. Misses and Child ren's Cloaks, Suits, Skirts & Waists for one hall and less, what you are asked for same goods elsewhere. . - J Men's Suits from makers of finest suits &, - like Hart, Shafner at less than makMarks, Kirahbams, etc er's prices. Overcoats and Rain Coats at a fraction of their real value. No matter what article you may iiti-xl- , you can always find it at Baker's and under priced . Onr greatest desire is to do you all the good we can. From War Prices, Overcharging customers, Shortweip-htsanc- l ments, Lying and exaggeration, measure- T 11 1 ... ue O Lord, deliver us- - 1 with which to express to you my obll-- j tier ...n& gallon and my thanks. I hae earnestly endeavored during wiaitv-'- i inai win 111 ioc it:aiL re rr.y short term of office to represent Friday, Oct. 30, 1914 flect on our Judge, and it knows j Kentucky in conjunction with my f rther that this unmai'y ;m distinguished colleague, Hon. Ollie M. Published every Friday by cowardly insinuation was made for James in her varied inteicsts to the very of my being EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. the purpose of trying to check, if fully best post ability by and by faithat the of duty, castpossible, the triumphal march of ing my vote lor those measures whirli $I.OO of Judge Bethuium to certain I conceived to be best for the interest UBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR of the country; in victory, and even lo induce the v.ay I could bestbelieving that my this apdemonstrate Advertising rates viaue known on voteis to withold their support preciation of your confidence and my from hi in Judge Bathnruin has luyalty to your interests. .... MT.vtwvoNSiemi,.- "- .uUknows Id that Qt". ftil'flicli u ri M . ..j th s I Vi ii' in i V'e i'"i''l n bill .i ppo-i- r ih :i i d'irt'oiis in :,! llu- - bill. far a-- I 1 ; the e.i tiurr law. sli If to that extent the lnudci of ta:aMon from the poor consum r to the rich possessors of great income. Its tend ency is to lighten the taxe- noon more sufficlpncv ni inn ease tlwm upon superfluity. This h?s boon the nicdi!U1 never vet turned his back to the 'enemy, and the gentleman can s MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION assured that the tongue of si n der will i.evor be effective ei ojgh to drive a single friend from his sid", nor to cause a single s'uppoit-e- r to waiver in his loyalty The Herald again calls the hand that is hidden. Somerset herald. r-- application An Appreciated ill the in tl e Honor. ' Growing, Live Stock and Poultry Raising, Home Economics and other farm subjects. The following instuctors vill address tl.e in- It is aa honor to represent any state Federal Senate; to participate training of legislation in the inteicsts of the great American people, but especially is it a high honor to icpicscut in that body the gieat State of Kentucky, a state so rich in its heiitage and its history. While I can not claim the honor of being a nalhe of Kentucky, I do claim to know a good thing when I see it, and Adv. came here soon after attaining my DEMOCRATIC TICKET. majority, as soon as I was authorized Members of Somerset Bar Ap- to act for myself. You will For U. S Sftnator Long Term observe preciate Judge Bethurum's that to me being a Kentuckian is a J. C, V. Beckham, of Frankfort. matter of selection and choice, while For U. S. Senator Short Term Honesty and Ability. you natives really deserve no credit, II. Camden, of Versailles j. as you had no say so whatever, but Advertisement were just born here, and couldn't help We the undeisigned members yourselves. I heard of some objections to my of the Somerset Bar, holding in candidacy because I was not a native Farmhigh esteem the character and Kentuckian, but to my mind a state ability of Judge B. J. Bethurutn, which has furnished to the other states of the Union 10 of their govexpress our appreciation ernors and which has at the present of the clean and honest record he time four native Kentuckians In the has made as presiding Judge o United States Senate, representing Forces: other states, and claims as her sons State Dopartinent of Agricul- the Pulaski Circuit Court, ard of the Speaker and Leader of the Lower ture, of Kentucky, Extension De- the sincere concern he has shown House of Congress, should be genernot her voice partment cf College of Agricul at all times to administer even and ous enough who to raise soon as he came as against one ture, United States Department of! exact justice could, who expects to live and die We assert that his entite con- and be buried here surely this should Agriculture. The above institutions have duct on the bench has been char- vjp sufficient proof of his adoption and ievotion. combiued to avoid duplication of acterized by absolute fairness and My friends, I wish to say that in work and to give instructions in justice, and by a tearless desire to looking backwards, as the State ChairWilson's Agriculture to the farmers of the enforce the law. He has shown man of aWoodrow of profoundCampaign. satisfac great capacity as an executive and I have fpeling State, lree of cost. Practical in- marked ability as a lawyer, and tion. not to say gratitude, for the small structions will be given to Fruit we deprecate any unjust efforts pa:t you permitted me to play in helpGiain that may be made to depreciate ing to bring about the election of the Growing, Soil Building, most notably constructive Congress 1 Movable School of Agriculture or ers' Institute. policy and Iheoiy of evorv wise of tMxat'on in the most enlightened civiliz3t".in." The Income Tax. To my mind one of the strongest features of the Underwood Tariff Bill is the Income Tax, because it re wives those who are abloot and hao the greatest benefits, to come to the support ot the government, and to that extent removes the burden from the shoulders of the poor. In-- ' stead of requiring every man who buys a suit of clothes, a pair of a hat, or auj other necessity of life, to contribute a large per rent of the price paid to support the government, and incidentally enrich the manufacturer, as he has dorre under a protective tariff so long, it says to a man with an Income in excess of $3,000, you are better able to bear this bur- den, because you are reeoiving more of the benefits, so you pay your part. and relieve your les fortunate broth man, I ask ers. What you, who is willing to live and let live, be he rich or poor, consistently oh ject to" f.uch a law? The calamity howleis, with axes to grind, have criticised this tariff bill and called it a failure, yet, although it has been in operation only a year, there has been raiped more revenue tinder it than by tle bill for the previous vear, or in fact, 'or any year in tho last ten. sys-to-n fair-minde- d ' make this direct effort to get in touch with the home life of the farmer anJ to assist and improve his domestic con ditions, thereby making the life of the farmer, his wife and family, easier and pleasanter, his work more profitable an attractive an actual sympathetic helpful interest of the government in farm life. Is It not encouraging to thr farmer to feel that there is a party in power which sympathizes with agricul tural pursuits, and is devoting its be- -' efforts and energy towards the intel lectual advancement of that great in dustry; so that it can no lonupr hr said of the fanner that he is a "liruiu facturer who buys his raw material a retail and sells his finished product at It is, in my judgment wholesale." both an opportunity and a duty ol every farmer in the land to cast to endorse and sustain the Demo cratic administration in its great con structive and beiielcent program ol legislation, of which he is one of the chief beneficiaries. I must month n another great boon to the farmer that this administration I. has practically worked out and that , will be passed Into law at the coming ' short session of Congress, which opens hi-vo- te j UrThD'-ejn'.riwiTr- l Jo;ix" '.drop Tip'iSmmm. j The AW Pads For Fall Now fteaa'y r- - For You. 5 3.--:-J- . : 2 c In December, and Rural Crr-aSystem, whereby the farmer can b j row money on his land at 5 ner cent,: fl and for a neriod of time running from &. years. The amortifive to thirty-fivzation scientifically worked out to meet the needs of the borrowers. that is a u 3 r- -j e Kn1 VILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER Brodhead Ky i o. Payne-Aldilc- h When normal conditions are restcre and the countries now engaged n structjnn, change to production, will the1 rehabilitation of business and a lesultant increase in imports, the Underwood Tariff Bill will abundantly establish the wisdom of Democratic 1 statesmanship. Let me call your attention especially to what the government has done in direct aid of the farmer: Government Aid in Eradicating Hog Cholera. I i stitute: C. L. Clayton, Louisville, R. A. Ogg, Indiana. D. D. Slade, Experimental Station, Lexington, M. Douglas, Indiana. Mrs. R. A. Ogg Domestic Ind. Greencastle, as well as local speakers. Science Both men and women are cordiali ly invited. A school or institute will be held at Brodhead, Nov. 9 and 10th, Monday and Tuesday, A TRUMPET CALL Mt. Vernon, Nov. loth and nth, Tuesday and Wednesday. Come f TO DEMOCRACY The and bring vour neighbor. State Board of Agriculture deem the above arrangement an advancement along agricultural lines Senator Camden In Ringand feel the County Farmers' InHis stitute will be give a broader field ing Words, Tells of of usefulness by this Party's Services his public service, or reflect upon his integrity. Signed. B. L. Waddle, J. W. Colyer, Win. M. Catron, 0. H. Waddle. Jas. L. Colyer, Win. Waddle, R. B. Waddle, J. S. Cooper, R. C. Tartar, C. L. Tartar, A. J. Crawford, E. T. Wesley, Ben V. Smith, H. E. Cundiff. 1. F. Burdine, Simpson Phelps J. R. Cwok, John J. Paule, Napier Adams, G. W. Shadoan M. G. Colson, Virgil P. Smith. work. J. W. NEWMAN, "WOODROW WILSON, DEMOCRACY AND KENTUCKY" Statement of the Commissioner of Agriculture. this issue ot the Herald will be found an expression of the high esteem in which Circuit Tdge B. J. Bethurum Is held by those who have practiced in his court since his elevation to the bench. This came without solicitation on his part; is entirely and is a vigorous an dignified testimonial to ability courage, honesty and patriotic service. It rebukes insinuation, shames slander and forever silences unjust and unmanly criticism. We understand that those who interested themselves in securing this evidence of affection and confidence approached no member of the bar who is an avowed candidate for office and all the members of the bar whose names do not appear on this paper fall within this class. It must be gratifying to Judge Bethururu to know that practically the entire Somerset bar appreciates his efficiency and that they have thus voluntarily affirmed their faith in his integrity and high sense of justice. In th; face of this emphatic statement, idle talk of irresponsible men, and the wild and unsupported charges of scheming candidates will neither affect nor influence a grateful constituency. Somerset Herald. Elsewhere it Senator Camden's Great Services Rendered to tht People By Wood row Wilson and His Administration Was Strongly anu Impressively Told. non-partisa- n Versailles, Ky., Oct. 2C Senator Johnson N. Camden addreso I hh home people here this afternoon. Hit statement of the great services ren dered to the people by Woodrow Wii son and his administration was verj strongly and impressively told as a business men would tell it witbou. trills or furbelows. His speech in tul' was as follows: My friends I have been complimented and honored with a seat in States Senate as one of the Representatives from Kentucky. would be an.ingrate did I not embrace this, my first opportunity, to extend to you, and through you, to the De .nocracy of Kentucky, my profound and heartfelt thanks for the magnificent vote and endorsement given to me at the primary election last Au gust. I was prevented from prosecuting a canvass of the state in the interest of my candidacy, and from meeting you face to face, by reason of the measures of importance pending in Congress demanding my presence there as your representative, in discharge of the trust committed by you to my hands, and yet you gave mc such a splendid majority and endorse d 1 SHOW YOUR HAND. by-th- . Judge Bethurum's opponent, way, is not regarded who e one as being at all in the by any race, some time ago made the statement in an article, which was notorious for its venom and abuse that he had facts in his possession that would "run Judge Bethurum off the stump and out of the district " The Herald, the following week challenged him to produce the "facts," but the well in formed candidate has failed to "produce " We again challenge him to turnish his "proof" of either personal of official misconduct on the part of Judge -- SENATOR JOHNSON N. CAMDEN ment, that I am unable, to find words A very careful government estimate made no later than 1913 revealed the What Has Been Done for Labor by the Democratic Administration. this country has known. It also fact that six million hogs, valued at In July, 1913, the President procured to me that it must be a source $cr,000,000, died of hog cholera in the 'rems .f pride and satisfaction to every United States that year. As this is a the enactment of the Industrial Em Democrat who takes the stump this preventable disease, it means that ployes' Arbitration Act. The possibilall that he can dwell exclusively upan over 700,000,000 pounds of dieted ities for good of this wise piece of the remedial and beneficial legislation meat and lard, or enough to turiu.-Democratic legislation are incalculaby this administration, in- eveiy family in the land with about ble. It will soften and mollify the as- stead of, as in years gone by, waging 33 pounds of meat has been needless3nly a campaign of opposition upon ly lost This has been allowed to go Capital and Labor, employer and em-- , s the of the Republicans on unnoticed for fifty years. It re p'eje. Each interest is assured cf a mained tor this Democratic Congress trte and fair hearing of its grievances, Aiding the Whole People. to take positive and efficient steps to j and their disputes are submitted to Never before in our history has any ( hecks the awful waste caused by this and considered by wise and sympa political party undertaken to extend scourge. So, in Febiuary of this jear thetic arbitrators eagerly anxious to the aid and protection of the govern a bill was passed settling aside $300,- - adjust all differences in a spirit of ju ment to the people in their struggles, 000 for a nation-widapplication of tice, toleration, and fair play. Alread.. as has the present Democratic admin serum to eradicate a disease that not numeious, issues butwec istration. It has been a revelation tc only costs tho farmers many mil- Capital and Labor have been sett'ed the thinking people, to find after liv- lions annually, but also gives the peo- notably the adjustment of the pendiii ing under Republican misrule for such ple a greatly extended meat supply strike between the railways and the a length of time, that this really is, as This cei tainly brings government aid employes in the Middle West, which, i cur great Kentuckian hoped for, "A directly to the f.ir.ner and leads a not amicably arranged, wculd havi government of the people, by the peo- helping hand whcie meant civil war, thereby abundant1 needed. ple and for the people," when properl demonstrating the efficiency and wis Agricultural Exten- dem of this measure. Man .:nd honestly administered. It is a The Smith-Leve- r other in sion Act. :e elation to the business man, to the which would hac dustrial The Smith-Leve- r Agricultural Ex- quickly assumed the proportions oi laborer, to the farmer, and in fact to tension Act is the most all classes of citizens. Being mysel industrial wars between employer and and piogressive nieaMiie ever enacted employe have been satisfactorily set a farmer, and consequently eseciall familiar with his environments, hifc .or the farmer. It takes the Stati tied, and millions saved to the cor' needs and his ambitions, I want to Agricultural College, the State Expen tending parties, and all of the iucun say that I have been delighted to fini" ment Station and the Federal Depait veniunces to the general public incl o many wise measures in his interes nient of Agriculture diiect to the dent to such conditions averted. fanner, the farmer's wife and into the nacted by the Democratic adminis The Eight Hour Bill. Mation. I wish to call your nttentioi farm home. It is the first Congres The Eight II ur Bill extends the opsional act that considers the farmer's .o a few of the most conspicuous wives and daughters by providing erations of the eight hour law both to helpful laws passed by this adminis funds for teaching home economics. .vork dene for and by the government tration in behalf of the people. This administration was tho first one Jins putting the stump of Federal ap Tariff Revised Downward. to grasp the tremendous truth that ii piov.il upon a working day of eigh If the present administration wer all of tue knowledge applicable and lioius' 'ntitled to credit for no other legis helpful to fanning hat has been workation than the Underwood Tariff Act ed out seperately by the experimental Concluded on Fourth Page. n my judgment, that alone would h stations, and by individual farmers sufficient to commend it to the aft'ec upon the farm, and by the scientists ia Tonud Up Wiiolk System. ion and admiration of the Ameiicai he United States Department of Ag "Chamberlain's Tablets have jeople. Unlike its predecessors, thi riculture could be gathered togethe ariff bill was drawn in the interest done more for tne than I tv r dar md correlated and sent out to the f the whole people, and not for a par bulletin ed hope for,' writes Mrs Esther aimer not in written icular class. N. Y which they would not read but bj Mae Baker, Spencerport, After many years of patient wait personal appeal and demonstration, "I used several bottles of these ng we have at last, under Democratic that agiicnlture would be readjusted The idministration, and as one of its firs .hat country life would have an at tablets a few months ago not only curek me of bilisus at--.cts, a tariff bill that actually revise traction, a dignity and potential inllu tacks, sick headaches and that he taritf downward, and in man ence never enjoyed before. This ac out feeling, but toned up ases removes it entirely from th nakes liberal appropriation for farn tired jcessaries or life. The Payne-my whole system." For sale by 'Xtension work. There is immediate Jrich Tariff Bill, which was so highl y available $10,000 for each State all dealers. :ommended by President Taft in hi Vgricultural College and by gradualb Winona .speech, wa celebiated TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION. ncreasing sums the new law appro enough to damn any party, and di )rjates $4,580,000 annually from the defeat and damn the Republican pa The Teachers' Association of 'ederal treasury, conditioned upon ty for ever. No party of whateve he individual states providing an al Educational District, No. i, will lenomination can retain the respe. .lost equal sum. This will make avail School House, Livmd support of a free people, tha ible after the year 1922 nearly $10, meei at the ihows its utter d'sregard of theii JC0.000. In the first nine years of the ingston, to o'clock, November 1 4. rights by premising relief before th aw's application, the Federal govern- The committee has submitted the election and yet contrives to leg ment will have given the forty-eigprogram : late in the interests of the classes an .tates more than $23,000,000, and the following against the masies when placed i Address, Mrs. McClure, tates themselves will have given Welcome powor. This is the history of the Ri tore than $18,C00,000. Thus In tht Response, D M. Ponder, publican party, under the selfish lead tne year period now beginning, c How Aronse An Interest In Good ers who possessed themselves of that and total of nearly $42,CCO,000 wi'l once historic party, conclusively do Literature, Miss Chestnut. o into agricultural extension work menstrates. A party may fool tin Ise cooporative teature of the bill.' Mrs. Pike, Prof. Pigg people for awhile, but a day of reckhe states and Federal government Building. oning is sure to come. working in close harmony, is a very Character Prof. Wilson. Mrs Beaslev, Republican Commendation. aluable step forward. Efficiency is ;uarantccd for the wise expenditure Domestic Science, The commendation and support of this tariff hill by a number of the able of this encrircus sum by providing Mi-- s Coldiron. Miss Ward. and conscientious Republicans and hat the work shall be carried on in Newly Adopted Texts As uch a manner as shall be mutually The Progressive members of both Houses greed upon by the Secretaiy of AgriComputed With the Old, speaks volumes in its behalf, because strenuous efforts were made by the culture and the State Colleges. J. M. Craig, Homer Chestnut If explanation, or excuse, is needed leaders and whips of these parties to Schools in Kentucky, line up their men and present a solid 'or the outlay of such enormous sums, Moonlight would say that it is high time that Profs Owens and Pilkinton front in opposition to the nlll. Senator Poindexter, an able Progressive, iuch steps are being taken, if we are Agriculture in Rural Schools, o obviate one of the greatest dangers referring to his vote for the measure, Robt Spruce. very pointedly said on the floor of the that threaten our national existence. 1 refer to the deserted farm home, a Value of High School Work. Senate: "Many of those who ostensibly have constantly Increasing tendency toProfs. Dickerson and Irvine been especially grieved over my vote wards a system of farming by abLunch will be served in the for this bill and who claim to be great- senteeism, the growth of tenantcy and ly exercised as to the evil consequen- the alarming drift of rural population building and we hope to nnke it a ces which will follow its enactment towards the towns and cities. It is pleasant and profitable day. All are. as a matter of fact, really hut lit- safe to assume that npt more than 36 teachers and especially parents tle interested in the tariff schedules of per cent of our population live upon the bill. That feature of the bill which the farms. This tendency will cease are urged to be pretenb. really arouses their bitter hostility, only when farm life becomes as atD. M. Ponder, Chairman. although they are curiously silent tractive as urban life. There is an upon it, is not the tariff at all, but Imperative need on the part of the Tickling the throat, horseness, State and Federal government to re loss of voice, indicate the need of income tax. the "As a rule those who are in favor shape rural methods and ideals. We Ballard's Horkhound Syrup. ot prohibitory or excessive tariff rates must have better farming, better livIt eaees the lungs; quiets cough are opposed to a properly graded in- ing, better and more education, which and restores health in thebronchial come tax. Some of this class have means better and moro p- -r nsrous cit 25c, 5oc aud $l.oo been compelled by force of public izenshlp in rural commu lit es It re- tubes. Prices per bottle. Sold by John Robins, opinion to favor an income tax, but quired a Democratic ad' k.'slratU Brodhead, Ky. in reality oppose it under the guise of for the Peartmeat of AErIc,ujture J short-coming- Farm Marketing. This administration has established a Bureau of Marketing and placed the study of distribution, of buying and selling in the hands of experts so that the farm products may he standaid-izeand prepaied, transported and distributed to the consumer at the lowest possible cost and waste, thus substimethods tuting up-t- date business-lik, wasteful plan so for the as heretofore. Parcel Post. The Parcel Post System has been extended so as to directly aid the far farmer in shipping his produce to the city container, thus extending and creating new markets and making di-- j t connections between producer and consumer, and not only increasing the fanner's profits, but also decreasing the cost of living. d o - CO.IPLKTK Coffins A-- M:ul. Te-Jeir- r LINK -and Ries iMh or Tele ka r- - A ij " ft A r I 4--&&- aJ W r - w ' Z L r 'W " iJ phone orders Promptly Hilled e '$p&ryf'-9a Sa 3 'iit:y&&&: c- -- $ & slip-shed- long-pursue- All Kinds and bizes W ic-t- I iiuiuuftuuf II 1 . ill Pictures Framed and Enlarged. Kodak Pictures Finished. First Class Work Guaranteed. 88 e i Manis Building S OPEN MM1! I i Saturdays' STUDIO O&LY I j tin m ? lii .! di.-put-es tJI J 1 sfeJ "S3?E2F5 Ps, IE P!5 &im F"k 1 himl-muile i: Our line of ('ouch Caskets is unoxcelUnl tut, fill fv3fi U i mm mi "?5'iteeta5'iA' All f JoiHns furnished jV Hoarse sen all parts of the County orders by Wire Promptly Filled MT. Phone t4 S 'y YEKXW i3fe J.C-McCLARY KY Stuck-U- p -- s Styles v&k UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER Jjfa A7 4f& tyy 'Stanford. Kv are best noticed nowadays on the walls of the rooms where our new Wall Papers have been usetL They represent the very latest in Wall Pacer designs and colorings. We have some exclusive patterns for Parlors. Reception - Rooms, Dining-Roomand Halls You save money by buving here. s, Bed-Roo- jcet$Le$ yc&x&f& 4 P. H. Conover h Dentist V 49-S- & f . -- yydgyaip& jK&y$tp& "S RK.1U., 1S.Y, Ci Fron tRooms over Baker's Store j l'hone . o. $ r ,U1. CO. COX, Court Opptsite House, TEXAS YOiNUER. The Texas Wonder cures kidney aud bladrer troubles, removing grauel, cures diabets, weak and all irregularities of the kidneys A Mount Vernon Monumental and in boty men and women. Regulates . bladder troubles in children. If not sold by your druggist, will be sent by mail on receipt of 1.00. One small bottle n two months treatment, and seldom tails to perfect a cure. Sid for testimonials from his and other states. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. Ro d by Druggist. WORKS of and ana Granite Monuments of all Estimates furnished kinds. on application. GEO. OWENS Propr. Pone 1L-- Manufacturers 2 CASTORIA Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR CASTO Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR in - .. MT ... , . VFRNOM SlftNAI ......W.I W..l,tU. 79 Asocial fnm L s Angeles a f ew days since announced the death of Miss Moilie Brcoks, Mt. Vernon, Ky Oct. 30 1914 formerly of Cr.ib Orchard. The deceased was well kno.vn to many dp "No. 79" wnen Mt. Vernon people. wan with SIGNAL The General Association 01 Kentucky Baptists will convene in animal session 111 bomerset Noveiu ber 9th Lo 13th. Arrangements are buiij nude to Miterla.n lrom 79 louisv'Lix IMS! A All you who have torpid livei , viges'i ) or constipated bowels look out for chills. is here and the air is full of the disease germs The best thing o d is to get your liver in good condition and purify the stomach and bowels HERBINE is the right remedy, it answers the purpose completely Pi ice 00c bo'd by John Robins, Brodhead, Ky. weak 1 Th-season ,jgggMSaBfti jiPff"5S Hallowe'en and pay day night! JNCXt b3Xlircl3.y is a lot of thingsweek end, month mm ksmSw. Nashville R R Co. ILo to 50D G. C. deltales. of the Fi-- h near Buckeye church, plante an experimental acie with white Dnit 8onushels. :!4 uortn 3:53 a m. seed corn and r.i.-.ea n' Had there beeu no drouth coudit- 11:39 3 south 12:19 am ions 120 bushels would have been Jl South J as. Landrum, Agent. made. F. L. Durham has contracted Phone No. 8. with Proctor & McKenzie. who Kntore.I at the Mt Virnon, Ky. Postofiice will begin work on his new bunmail matter. as sioand-Ciiis- s galow on lot corner of Richmoi d Street and Level Lane. Building l KKS0KAL will be ready for occupancy by 1 TIME TABLE. "Willows" ' ncitn. 504pm d , Our good lriend, Mr. G. C Fish remembered us with a choice production from his fine LaLJelle pear' crop, ft is certainly a beau'y and like the one sent us by Mr. E Bullock, needs to lay up for a shor. while and then ready for eating. Mr. Fish is another one of those .successful Rockcastle termers, who always tries to have the best and a view to his country home is evidence that his efforts are not in vain. end, pay day sure, Hallowe'en for the young folks, time for the grown-up- s to think of Winter. Therefore we suggest that new suit or overcoat. Start in to look here at 9 V v IlllJHir Emm fmmmmSk. jm j pecia UITS Once you see them you will want to wear them. Fine looking in fabric and in finish finer looking on you, for then you see the style. I wiflfF 1 !i "We Stand By What You Buy." The store of J. A. Oliver, tl.e Mrs. Weber ordertd Hubbard merchant burned Kjuash s.ed from Chattanooga, Livingston Wednesday morning about 6 which she had Judge Lewis to plant 111 his garden and from o'clock, entailing a total loss of ctaamot stock Mr. Oliver's w Inch grew a f ne crop of crooked building an THE HOME OF GOOD CLOTHES. neck gourds. Some one inti- loss is close to $7o.- and not a mates their susp'c'.on that th- dollar of insurance. His insur !udge changed the seed befor ance expired in September and n planting as he is a great lover of account of the high rate did not Earl D. Fish was here yesterday renew. Only by sph-nJIwork-wa-s gourds as every one knows. on way from San Angelo, Texas, brigade able to the bucket Foil SaLK - - 1 Challenge paper save to Berea where he will enter the handsome Masotdc ledge cutter; 1 Gordon fool power press building. school. The interest displayed over the Mr Oliver has opened 1 hand press; 10 cases corn show, which was started by Mrs. W. G. McBee has been 10x15; in one of the rooms in the Masonic spending a few days with parent-i- n assorted type; '2 type stands and building and will start again Ehsha (Tub) Bullock, bringing in Stanford. She returned home other fixture necessary to set up ll in. ear of corn to Fish's store The judging ot the corn in ind placing it in their show winjob print office. Bargain foreas-h- , Tuesday. if sold at once. Write, wire or tee Fish's window will be done on dow, is great. This week it has Wale Leece, senior member cf E. T. Mullins. Wednesday, November the lib simply 1a ned some of the best that splendid firm Leece & Collie , ro 3o 31 Mt.Veinon, Ky. at r o'clock in front of their store. corn ever seen in the county of Crab Orchard, was here Tues Miss Hva Skid more, the 20 year The judge will be Mr. R. A. Og, The gentlemanly proprietors have dry having circulars printed anof Greenrastle. Ind. who is an ex- generously emptied their hig nouncing the arrival of their fall o daughter of James Skidmore, A prize of $2. show windows of all goods, and jt Highland, I incoln county, was pert in this line. line. in merchandise will be given for Mrs. Weber, mother of Mrs. S. 'Mirned to death when a coal oil the best white ear and another given them ever to the disply no only of fine corn but groat big D. Lewis, fell on the street in can from which she was pouring prize of SI. in merchandise will pumpkins weighing close up to 100 Chattauooga last week, breaking il upon a fire which she was male bi given for the best mexed ear. pounds each, turnips of 5 pounds her her hip and is in a very ser- nig at the home of Judge Lewis the following deputies County, please meet me or one of Monday The court house was crowded each, a biggest egg plant ever seen ious condition. Mrs. Lewis left Walker in Lancaster for the year of J 9 14: immediately for Chattanooga to morning, exploded and set her on Monday by people of every politi- here (fact is not more than a tenth times and places to settle your of us ever saw a small one or a big tire. cal faith to hear Gov. Beckham be with her mother. one either), a kershaw The Mt. Vernon Commercial who confidently believes that he (usually prouounceu '"cusn '), a 7 Saturday, Club promises some interesting will be elected United States Sena Virginia nest egg gourd, a string LOCAL tor nxt Tuesday by a majority, things during" the year i9i5, or mammotn goooer peas, pmaars 10 Probablv the first in line will be a not less than 2o,ooo. He ma le a peanuts, an egg laid by the or Cash rings loud at F sVs. Poultry Show, in which many strong convincing argument and youngest hen, pop com and pump 11 Wednesday, A friend in need is a friend prizes will be awarded for the we believe the effects of his strong kins rai-e- d by Old Cull ''over ou b.'st of the various strains and appeal will be felt on next inked. the farm," com 14 inches in 12 livery member of your family breeds of chickens, ducks, geese, length, white, yellow, red and turkeys, guineas and peafowls can be shod at Fish's. MARTIN BARRETT. mixed corn, a cucumber. Payne raised in Rockcastle. The date good clothe.' Mr. Ivan Hill Martin, of Lynch There has been no samples of When vou want has not been fully decided after 13 Store, Friday, White burg, and Miss Roberta Barrett, bluejcorn brought in. remember the fish label. is duly considered as the matter Dent, Johnson county and BlackPrepare for a rainy day with a to the best time, due notice will of Amhtrst County, were united 14 Saturday, in mairiage yesterday evening at burn varieties of seed corn preRaw Hide Slicker fromFish's. be given along with a catalog as 6 o'clock at the rectory of St. dominate. It is quite an inter18 Wednesday, Ladies and Misses coats at to what the prizes will be for all Johns Episcopal church on Wood esting exhibit aud will pay any By having the varions entries. prices that will suit you at Fish's land avenue, the Rev. G. Floyd one to come a distance to see. AH these shows yearly it is believed 19 now try Rogers officiating. On occount fuller description of the exhibits You ve tried the rest, that a greater interest will be the best Star Brand Shoes at taken in the raising of poultry in of the recent bereavement hi the and names of the exhibitors will Friday, family the marriage was be given soon, along with the name Fish's. our county and all who desire it bride's very quite, only relatives being of place where the seed was se21 Mullin's Station, Saturday, J. F. Dees has sold his interest can gain wide information on the present. The bride is the attrac- cured for their produrtion This subject as it is proposed to have Vernon Telephone in the Mt. of itself will be valuable informaexperts to lecture " and discuss tive daughter of Mrs. Marshall J. Store, Monday, Company. Barrett, of Amherst County, Va tion to planters. All the merfullv the poultry question during Judge Lewis will offer a prize on the exhibition and distribute valu- Mr. Martin is well known in chants, professional and business men of town are pleased and in gourds in the big Mt. Vernon able literature beaiing on the sub- Lynchburg, being employed at terested in this exhibition. More Club Show next year. tlfinor ' Poultry raisers should the Lynchburg National Bank. samples are added daily "'"O ject. 25 Wednesday, Secretary of State W. J . Bryan make preparations xo be ready After a short trip they will reside yours in. 161S, Church Street, Lynchhas joined the Kentucky moonlight with their exhibits by tne time the at 28 Saturday, ' CARD OF THANKS, burg Va Mr. Martin is a son of opens. school movement. show Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Martin of this We wish to thank the pecpie of Rev. J. W. Riddle will preach at is Mr. lack Lewis, who has been city and has made good in Lynch- Brodhe id, who have so generousPlease meet me the above places and settle as your Maretburg next Sunday. Every located in Danville for some time burg. The Signal joins with ly and symoathetically assisted let the past due and the penalty comes on December 1st. body invited to attend. past, holding a position with the many friends in this county in ex- and attended to the many wants notifying you in time. dnring the sickness, and have so No pie melon lias shown up C, N. O. &T. P. Railroad, had a tending congratulations. time slip upon you and blame me for I along with the pumpkins, squash- very narrow escape from death The Rockcastle County Farm- kindly helped us at the death of to cause you any collect as the law directs. I I es "cushes" at the corn show night He was called and er's Institute will be held here ourbtljved wife and mother. last all who fail to pay by December 1st will be advertised. J. W. Proctor trouble, Read in another column about went out yesterday afternoon on Tuesday and Wednesday, Nov. and children. moonlight schools and take an his regular run. At Alpine Mr loth and 11th, at the couit bouse-Th- e let my bondsmen suffer, and I I had to make bond for the State Dept. of Agriculture of KEEP YOUR STOMACH AND LlVEU very important Lewis fell from the top of a box interest in this car, breaking orie of his legs and Kentucky, Extension Department so please meet me and settle and save cost and trouble. matter. HEALTHY several ribs. The train was of College of Agriculture and the A vigorous Stomach, pertect Squire Lee Arnold, of Livings- traveling at a good rate, of speed United States Department of Agri. working Liver and regular actinir ton, will no doubt have several and Mr. Lewis escape from death euuure are co operating in this Bowels is guaranteed if you will entries at the proposed poultry is miraculous. Some of the train work and some ot the best lectur- use Dr. King's New Life Pills. show at Mt. Vernon in i9i5- crew saw Mr. Lewis when he fell ers in this line of work that can They insure good Digestiou, correct Constipation and have an exGeorge Peas, employed by the and the train was hurriedly be found will be here. Practical cellent tonic effect on the whole IT W.J. Sparks Co., at Sparks Quar brc ught fo a stop. The injured instructions will be given to fruit system Purify your blood aud . &. r rr .ahci irr The Postoffice at Crab Orchard urinr .twit. .s.u ..... ,vwj FumDtm hnow at Fish's con ry was run over by one of the rock man was rushed to Somerset, growing, soil building, grain rid you of all body poisons through was robbed early Monday mormnc. tinties another week. Theentries When you want a fact "to be- He where he received medical atten- growing, live stock and poultry the Bowels. Only 25c. s- - your cars and killed Tuesday come generally known, the right The safe was cracked by experts were to close tomorrow but all tion. The latest reports were of raising, home economics and other Druggist. leaves a wife and six children. way is to publish it. Mrs. Joseph . and about $4oo.oo worth ofstamps pumpkins that are brought in up a favorable nature, but it was farm subjects. The following in1 your child starts in its sleep;! Kalians, Peru, Ind., was troubled niA,r.,.nAc M. Cress the popular young r mi t.h to 2.io p. m. a week from tomor- D. .i son. Cif nvrlnir XTttV ?1l mill tA feared that the unfortunate man structors will address the Insti- grinds its teeth while sleeping. WJin ueiiuiuiK, sum aiuiuuui u,uu kXL JXX.'S stock trader of the Wabd section, scene in a very short time but,- -" headaches. She writes. jlucy vrm uc Forest Warden miSht be compelled to have his tute: C. L. Clayton, Louisville; picks at the nose, has a bad breath freqdent my duty to tell others they failed to locate the burglars eutcicu. and prize of $2. yvcikucu beenappoin has in merthat day fickles appetite, pale complexion, "I feel it leK amPutated. Danville Advo R. A, Ogg, of Indiana; L. D. tor Rockcastle County A better cate. chandise given for the largest one what Champerlain's Tablets have and they are still at large. . Slade, ExperimentalStation, Lex- and dark rings und r the eyes; it done for me. The have helped my brought in. Bring them in. man would have been hard to find Mr. Lewis is a son of William ington; M. Douglas, of Indiana, has worms; and as long as they re- digestion and regulated my bowmain in the intestines, that child Sixty one men are dead as a re- - Lewis of this county who is now and Mrs. R. A. Oae. of Greencas will be sickly. WHITE'S Cream els. Since using them I have been A valuable dressing foe flesh wounds, bums, scalds, old sores, suit of mine explosion at Royal- - at his bedside in Somerset. We tie, Indiana, asweli as local speak- - Vermifuge clears out the worms,, entirely well." For sale by all Children, Tor Infants and rash, chafed skin, is Ballard's ton, III. Twenty minuttv: lefore are advise that no surgical oper- - ersj Kemember the dates and be strenginens the stomacn and bow-her- dealers. The Kind You Have Always Bought Stfow Liniment, it is both heal-in- g elS ,a"d !,ut ,ho lil.t,e ,on? on. the men entered the ation will be required and that the the explosion At Brodhead. Monday and and antiseptic Price 21c, Bears the mine, 28.5 of these men made their patient is getting along as well as' Tuesday, and at Mt. Vernon, SiMTscpCTbofue. ank $1.00 per bottle. Sold by lohn FOR FLETCHER'S Sold by lohn Signature of wu.u ut Robins, Brodhead, Ky. Aueauuy auu weanesaav. . Robins. Brodhead., Kv.. - is xecoving from Kate an at' ck of typhoid Rpv-5- . Allen and Combs are holding a rtviial at Livingston Mr and Mis Isa-- c Harey were over from Berea yesterday. Everett Mullim. son of Sheriff Cam Mullins has typhoid fever. James Johnson had a relapse from his attack of typhoid and is not doing so well. Civile Vernon Cox and Dorothy Albright are two of the number very si:k with typhoid. Mr?. J. A. Oliver and Mrs T. R Llewellyn were guests of M r ay and Mrs. W. H. Cox Tu-dMr-- -. Xmas. Who will bt tin hist Rockcastle teacher to get ui The Sigi j 0 moonlight school.' will be only to glad to have re ports of lesults ot such schools. They hive been surprisingly in other countie and there is r.o reason why this county should lag behind in this good suc-cesful CHff Important I work. Another one of the Coiniuercail Club s propositions is to hold a Corn Sho.v next yj.ir in Mt. Vernon, in which a hirge numb r of prizes or premiums will be given on venous g aies 01 corn, wheat, rye, oats, millet, barley, buck wheat, sorghum cane, etc Proba bly at the same time will be shown ' and prizes awarded on vegetabks! and fruits, etc. There will be something doing all the time in these diggins. Ate K frff Jn& !& Costs have been cut down by a new plan scientific economy directed upon one suit of one price. We sell the suit as a special at less than the usual retail profit. The makers give more values we sell more clothes you pay less. ffi W FOR CASH ARE FISH'S $15 Special Suits BETTER THAN AT TWENTY YOU FIND IN CRtDIT STORtS DOLLARS liii ! m mi ism Hllli IT PAYS TO PAY CASH - n iii5 turn w 111 1 m - mmmmw I WmSm c t. d 1 ! Third. Ljtst At At At At At ' Notiee my at am.cL To the TAX Payers of Rockcastle Tax BRODHEAD, Tuesday, CONWAY, WILDIE, Thursday, ROCKFORD, & Abney's At CLIMAX, At LIVINGSTON, Thursday, At ORLANDO, At OTTAWA, At At F.M.Ponder's Tuesday, At PONGO, At QUAIL, At LEVEL GREEN, at Nov. Nov. Nov. d I Nov. ' Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov, Nov. 20 Nov. Nov. 23 Nov. 24 Nov. Nov. Tax Don't must am don't want can't but tax CAM MULLINS, S.R.C. i 1 1 u''"lVi. CASTORIA e. 3-1- OMlclren Cry sr- si.i6u. -- 9 CASTORIA 1 n The Clayton Bill. Clayton Bill treats, among other ple ignored as they hare been so long The things, the relation of labor organiza- under Republican misrule. Are you willing to undo, or to be int laws, and cortions to the strumental in undoing what the people recting the same so that labor can no longer be considered a commodity or have so long waited for and voted for property, and the regulation of the is- and prayed for, an administration enough, and suance of injunctions, and guarantee- honest enough, wise strong enough to aid and protect the aling of the right of trial by jury for foi leged contempts committed out of the huruWeat cltUtm in his struggle adlife, liberty and happiness? An presence at the Court. ministration that is r.ot dominated and The Department of Labor Bill. controlled by the trusts? This Democratic administration of- Vnn bnvnn't the tinifi to listen to. flcially further recognized the dignity ,f , ,jad the Ume to tell you ,n (letal, and importance of labor by creating j of a (he w,se 1eglBlatIon Whieh your y me jjepanmeni oi wiiu u great President, with the aid of a who is a jnember of the Presi- Democratic Congress, has been instru dent's Cabinet, thus dignifying labor mental in placing upon the statute aud furnishing an opportunity of pro- books in your behalf. These Demotection and advancement by having a cratic measures, carrying out the de--' representative in close touch with the President. have been so fair and honest and wis In addition to these few prominent and fraught with such incalculable measures, which I have mentioned, benefit and protection to the people ol there are numerous others whichthis the nation as a whole, that the ReTHE MT. VERNON SIGNAL, administration has enacted into law publican Party has been disappointed, having for their purpose the protec- dazed and amazed. The strenuous and TRE CINCINNATI WEEKLY ENQUIRER, tion ot labor, demonstrating conclu- frantic efforts which the representasively that the Democratic party is tives of that party have put forth int THE FARM AND FIRESIDE, SEMIMONTHLY, the friend of labor and that its plat- attempting to secure some excuse to TODAY'S MAGAZINE, MONTHLY. form declarations on this subject were offer to the people to vote for them, i not mere "vote catchers," but sincere positively amusing, not to bay ludiBOYS' MAGARINE, MONTHLY, convictions promptly adopted, as soon crous. They first began their old, old as it came into power, and the aid and story, which they have sung so long,' HOUSEHOLD JOURNAL AND FLORAL LIFE, MONTHLY. relief so long denied by the Republic- of commercial depression, predicting an party cheerfully accorded to the a paralysis of business, bankruptcy great masses of laboring people. and ruin. Notwithstanding these ca-- , The Federal Reserve Act. lamity aowlers, business moved along The law known as the Federal Re serenely, and no cloud presaging a serve Banking Act stands out as pos-ii- l panic was seen on the horizon, though ly of more vital importance to the they prayed long and loud for that country than even the passage of the consummation so devoutly wished for, downward revised tariff bill. Certain- by them. .Never before lias such a remarkable group of leading publicatiens been offered in combinaly nothing showed the prophetic viWatchful Waiting. leader in its cboseu field and goes into the home of tion with The Signal. Each one is a sion, the unswerving and unconquerThen they criticised and ridiculed! millions of satisfied readers. able courage of our great President the President's policy of "watchful; more than the passage of this truly waiting," saying that he was making:; Why not make home life really attractive by providing good literatere that can be enjoyed marvelous piece of legislation. It is the American nation ridiculous aiidj o tmeet these requireby all the family ? We uave especially prepared this combination perhaps best that the country should the laughing stock of the world; that' desiring the very best. ments, and all at a price within reach of every one never know the almost insuperable he was dreamer, an idealist, a mere; difficulties placed in the way of this school teacher. The jingoes blew their old and new subscribers. If you are at present a subscriber to any This offer is open to all, both bill, from many apparently unrelated horns and beat their drums, and soundof the above send in your order, and your subscriprion will be extended from the dato it exsires. We will now, at last, have ed the sources and cried out for a an elastic currency, instead of having more vigorous and aggressive foreign remember our agreement with these publishers is limited, and we reserve the Please the wealth of the nation congested in policy; the Republican press joined in right to withdraw this offer without furcher notice. Therefere, OTR MOTTO IS, take one section, it win ue spreatt over the hue and cry, until many weak you. advantage uow while the opportunity is afforded the remotest parts of our country, and souls quailed, but not so with the great be available for the legitimate busi- Democratic Christian statesman in the this offer to all our reoders and feel satisfied you will be We can conscientiously recommend ness needs of every section of our White House, Woodrow Wilson. Sedelighted with the investment. It is impossible to send sample copies, but we advise, more than vast domain. It is safe to say that this renely he pursued the even tenor of ' they may be seen on display al our office however, that country will never again experience his ways, amid the pitiless storm of the appalling, and in many instances, criticism and abuse, with a firm hand panic, on the helm of the ship of state. If he' ruinous effects of a nation-widwith its desolation and paralysis to had wavered in his own view of thei the business interests of the nation duty of a strong and powerful nation In addition to this unspeakable bless towards a weak and distracted one, we coning to the country at large, this act would be engaged In a bloody conflict, is especially helpful to agriculture ' For the first time, National Banks arc the end of which could not hi? seen with both continents plu.iged in war lermitted to make loans on tarn) My friend:;, for a moment dwell upo:i lands and to rediscount the farmers pro this thought we would have lest the totes based on staple agricultural wonderful opportunity to dtmonstrate lucts. This Democratic act to the world the blessings of a true available for the promotion of agriculture. Not the least help democratic government, administeied ful of the many administration meas- for the good of humanity. Don't you know ures, was the Government aid to the son that we owe it to President Wilthat we are permitted now to have crop movement at a critical time. The the inspiring vision of this great counSecretary of the Treasury placed $50,' try towering sublimely above the 000,000 of Government funds in the clouds of war that encompass despairbanks of the country where most ing nations and that HOPELESS LUNG TROUBLE CURED needed for crop moving and marketing democratic civilization the stand lrd of has been plac.d purposes. Previously this money was BANK PEOl'LRS Many recoveries from Lung upon high and unassailable giound: s Troubles are due to Dr. Bell's Idle in the Treasury as a reserve tunc We being the only civilize! Pine-Ta- r Honey. It strengthens or deposited in the big banks, but it mticn without entanglements tlut: the Lungs, checks the CoPgh and is now loaned to the farmer upon rea nay lead to war, have a most impor gives relief at once. Mr. W. S sonable rates upon good agricultural ant mission to fulfill. Europe look: 0 us now for food and the necessaries Wiluins, Gates, N. C. vviites: "I securities. f life. Measure. The Pine-Ta- r Honey in used Dr. Bell's When The Trades Commission and Clayton mancially exhausted physically an a case given up as hopeless and it with war, ?he will lock t effected a complete cure." Get a bills recently enacted supplement and ss for counsel and l.olp in establh.r Law eace. elucidate the Sherman bottle of Dr. Bell's We will a!so:u.vitbly re fair competi If your cough is dr and and compel fair play andlittle business he fruits of our great and sane i tion by big eaceful policy Ail hacking let it trickle down the and placebothban onand lost a private monopoly, jpe by this holoc?u-- that iswar to Eu t of throat, you will surely get relief. vill bi The Issues Stated. ansfe.red to us, making us suprenu Only 25c at vour Druggist. The electorate of Kentucky will be 1 finance. Industry and commerce, called upon at the ensuing November "his country owes our President a election to select two United States eep debt of gratitude for the calmly, rceful and dignified way lie ha? Senators, and a Representative in Congress from each of the eleven Con- laintained the Joi'fer Mrs. Ebb McClure is numbered gressional Districts in the State. The onian rule "Peace, commerce anJ with the sick. Mrs. Mary Arnold all important question and paramount mnest fric Iship with all nations, en with spent Saturday with Mrs. Wm. issue is not so much the personnel of angling alllan e3v.it'i none. As I conduce, the candidates for these offices, as it the expression ol Arnold at Ml. Vernon. Homer is whether the people will give Wood ny thanks for your patience, let mc Garmic. Friday with his row Wilson and the Democratic Ad- uggest to you a watchword for cur cousin, Robert Cummins at Mt. ministration the encouragement ol ontest: "Woodrow Wilson, Democracj nd Kentucky. by electing their Vernon. Miss Isabelle Ping was crats endorsement uphold the Demo to assist and hands in Mt. Vernon Friday shopping. of the President in further carrying When the chest ftels on fire Mrs. Eugene Stokes is visiting out his great program of constructive legislation so propitiously inaugurated, and the throat burns, you Imve Mrs. John Stokes at Mt. Vernon. in behalf of . OF ROCKCASTLE COUNTY the American People; or indigestion, and you need HER-BINAnother wedding is to take whether they will rebuke him by electto get rid ol the disagree place in the neighborhood in a ing the Republican or Bull Moose can able feeling. drives out badjy short while, guess about thanks- didates toifcriticise, to thwart, and to ligested food, strengthens the possible, every Democratic condemn, giving. Jas. Arnold bought a measure, and thus turn back the hands stomach and purifies the bowels. PEOPLES BANK Price aoc. Sold by John Robins, calf from Luther Cummins for $10. of progress. Brodhoad Ky Mrs. Jack Murray of this place The Importance of Governor Beckham's Election. attended the funeral of Mrs. Joe And in this connection, I want to W. Hamm which took place at Skeggs say that relatively the election of GovCreek Monday afternoon. Mrs. ernor Beckham is vastly more imHamm leaves a husband and three portant to Kentucky and to the Demomy If elected small childre.i to mourn her loss. cratic Party, than be own. March, 1, my term can only until Clara Carmical spent Wednes 1915, while Governor Beckham's is for A Chicago Special of Oct. 27th. day with Mrs. Wm. Bullock at six years. He and Senator James will to Louisville Courier "Tournul fays: the term of Hansford. Mary Carmical is ou continue throughout the able and the Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart, presi-- 1 paPresident, and with the sick list. triotic Democratic delegation repre- dent of the Kentucky Illiteracy senting Kentucky in the House ol Commission, announced here to Representatives (and I want to say YOUR FALL COLD NEEDS ATTENto you here that they are 'the equal night that she had enlisted thecoot blate of any delegation representing any opeiatlon oi secretary TION state of the Union) will assist in car- Bryan in Kentucky's light a ainst No use to fuss aud try to wear rying to completion the program of it out. Ii will will wear you out constructive legislation, as mapped out llliteracv. Mrs Wilson, who lias instead. Take Dr. King's New by our own President, embracing many been in Minnesota in the interest Discovery, relief follow quickly more wise measures. In order to In- of her aii'i illiteracy propaganda, checks your Cold and Soothes sure their passage he must needs have was for a time a traveling com a safe working majority in both your Cough away. Pleasant, panion of Mr. Bryan, who has and Healing. Children Houses of Congress. State in Hire it. Get a 5oc. bottle "of Dr. Shall President Wilson Be Indorsed. been touring the tame up-to-d- ate King's New Discovery and keep it This is not the time for party behalf of the Democratic ticifet in the house "Our family Coug differences and dissentions. There At a conference between Mr. CORSET and Cold Doctor" writes Lewi must be a closing up of all the ranks Bryan and Mrs Stewart this morn Chamberlain, Manchester, Ohio all aloug the line and a solid front Style 6014 is an average figure corset in Money back if not satisfied, but it presented to the common enemy. ing Mr. Brvan enthusiastically is top with alk embroidery trim. Democracy, now in the ascendancy, dorsed the movement to wipe out rubber gore in bottom of back section! Has must not be retarded in Its onward low bust skirt" Is is nearly always helps. illiteracy, showed much in very lightly boned. and loneinch front Has march to complete victory. The is- adult sues in this campaign are simple and terest in the pictures and letters clear cut. Shall Woodrow Wilson, of the moonlight school pupils, i Wi one of the cleanest, ablest and most Price $3.00 and was astounded at the rapidity humanely constructive Presidents that filled the office, be endorsed or with which the adult pupils learn It has the only rial continuous even condemned? Now that the people, the ed. door opening, plain people, have at last come into Hoops made of tested steel. their own, and have torn from the Always does The Wokk Hoops can he adjusted from lad- greedy grasp of monopolies and trusts & LEWIS der front door frame. 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