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Mount Vernon signal: November 6, 1914 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1914 mou1914110601_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: November 6, 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. 'nrngTt-- M vy M HT flf f5 Published Every Friday VOLUME XXVIII. lillT ' Established 1887 NOV. 6, I lrfSMi ;S 7&iLiL & MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY 1914 DUMBER 1 8 P&sKjgrvniixt: fronvrvp -- A Baker's W' v-; 'W && Dozen : III i. IkiM CU.,1 OR; 9 p-'Uustrwhat-you-need- " Ol . orvyw iyie U i n ?S5s .m-s- : REASONS Why you should trade at U. G. BAKER'S 13 The largest Stock of Gen eral Merchandise in Rock castle County to s- Coats for Women looks forward with great interest to the new styles in separate coats. They are one thing that a woman feels that she rrpt- which enables you what you want when you want it. Ever' woman ft&yss Svt Ml gSSSPSWE&SaSHBK. SsPSSiK&fj jf5GrrS--V?S y v.c US5S3&2 tfSS'M-jtoCriVfJJFiH j ??tt2KP.7l .TirMjysc;' Tl Tllil m MSB 44 iwu needs. 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 "jusr. what jou need." Inexpensively priced, too. must have every winter, the one thing she really W ?:sfe-- a lmL"SeimilBK as2Jss5ii?!inKsK'xae t ?ll2l':aiKl iiiiiMmMi5 w? 5?&:&sm&Si& M -- The righ t go6ds right prices square deal. the That is ... M:???53'W?Ka5iSfcSSS!jlS3SS vjj".i.-,. n ,M nice treatment and a ,s.'Xfi2ss? "ais& l iMI Uli M 1MMJUW IM J Jl ML jlJ Baker 27 Way. Satisfaction or no pay GOV. J. C. W. BECKHAM Who was elected United States Senator, Tuesday, by a majority of nearly 35,000. years experience as buyer, together with ample cash enables us to buy merchandise at the very lowest possible figure. Graded School Notes. Farmers' Institute at Mt. Vernon, An electric, bell system has been installed thru the four High School The rooms bv the Senior CI iss. High School is now moving like clock work Come out and see for yourselves. Miss Ida Webster, a teacher at Vevay, Ind , visited our school last weeks ?he came to see what the "MountainSchools" are doin? She said it would pay the Indiana teachers to visit and take many thirgs back to their own schools. A number of our pupils are ill with typhoid fever. The teachers are planning to visit the "Model School" at Richmond S iturday to get new suggestions hi teaching, for their re spective rooms. They are doing They this at their own expense are anxious to be of most possible service to the pupils and community. The Honor Roll this month is as Our overhead expenses are less than most people's . ravagance allowed in running the business. So we are enabled to " Sell the same goods for less money." No ext- November 1 0th and 11 th. 1:30 Tuesday 10th Fruit Growing Mr. Clayton 2:30 Domestic Science Mrs. Ogg Mr,04g 3:30 Soil, We have a clear title to handise. our store buildings? fixture's and merc- Evening 7:30 Poultry. Stereoptic Lecture Mr. Slade. Wednesday 11th. 9:30 Live Stock Mr. Douglas 10:30 Soil Mr. Ogg 1:30 Live Stock Mr. Douglas 2:30 Domestic Science in Cooking, 3:30 Soil 3:30 Fruits Mr. Clayton. We are anxious to have every We pay no interest because we borrow no money. No moitgage or notes against us. We are not compelled to sell at high prices in order to pay interest on money to run the business with. The smaller our expense account the less price the goods will cost you. AVe pay net, spot cash and give the benefit all to our customer-. , AMgvrigwgyrgagavaRsr - ?ttmrmii2r?iirriif3t that other teachers will follow the Mrs. Ogg. Mr. Ogg t. example of Prof. Pilkenton. Mrs. farmer, trustee, teacher, and as Albert Albright, of Lebanon Juuc-t.on- , many pupils as is possible present was the guest of Mrs. Mary to hear these splendid talks. Albright and Mrs. Jop Albright .UNOFFICIAL COUNT These men and this lady know the first of the week. follows: their business Tney have careIn our letter last week we reHigh School: o ported C. H. Frith, as Chief of fully studied their work. They Logan Bryant, Ruth Litton, aie prepared to give you someE o Police of the Town of Brodhead. He was appointed but refused the Emma Taylor, Cecilia Walton thing that will help you. It will honor or at least for some reason Sydney Crawford, Ruth Landrum save you money and time in the oss o p. o s o r , ) 5 P5 uM ? did not accept. Captain W. A. Ella Mae McKenzie, Veriui Welsh. way of experience to hear these Eighth Grade. 121 7L 121 0 0 125 37 Tyree is holding that title now, 00 people. Experience is too slow 72 E. Mt Vernon 00 149 79 and we 140 151 102 Ardilla Brown, Cinnie Cummins and costly this aay and time. By 104 W.Mt Vernon have every reas dii to be 135 135 19 00 M 129 30 Roundstoue lieve that he j will do the place Maggie Livesay, Will Davis, hearing these lectures, vou will be 91 30 00 92 00 2 91 30 Scaffold Cane Arthur Thompson able to raise more and better corn 10 10 00 8 honor. Our marshalship heretoS5 85 85 10 Crooked Creek Seventh Grade. wheat, oats, fruits, and live stock 24 fore has been a disgrace to any 00 91 88 41 01 88 40 Orlando Virginia Crawford, Itabelie It's big money to you to come. 6L 154 154 159 40 27 town, and we ate glad that the 05 Livingston 40 00 31 20 Board 00 70 70 1? Grove .... 32 Teachers, it's only a few years Walnut of.Truslees are able to place Cummins 8G 4 SO 0 90 40 88 27 the position in 9I Browns Sixth Grade. till you will have to teach agricul better hands, and 151 05 04 151 96 156 I2J 125 Brodhead Annette Cox, Rosa Gestry. ture. This is your chance. Your with one that can get the loyal CO 00 60 00 1 10 9 00 Power Fifth Grade, County Superintendent has kind85 o0 29 01 of all good citizens. 83 30 12 support 85 Pine Hill Pearl Baker, Margaret Sparks, ly consented to allow you count Since beginning our letter we are Cummins, Nora Orton, Edna Wednesday 638 13O7 630 I275 16 9 1,4 5 127O 340 informed that the Total tf you attend the Moonlight Eva 930- 045 6O9 Majority Davis, Jack Brown, Eveiett Bry- meeting. Uome anu bring your School is in session tonight (Wed ' pupils aud people. nesday) aud will continue nightly ant, Bertha DeBord. Fourth Grade. Yours for a better county, dav by their new pastor, the Rev. until further notice. Those not BKOuiiEAl) Ereca Hysinger, Ina Meadows, interested are not wanted to atHaines The Rev. A. J. Pike J. S. IRVINE filled his regular appointment at tend. We hope that great good Lillian Griffin. Mr. and Mrs. W. V Smith, of Freedom last Saturday and Sun- will grow out of these schools, and Third Grade. Best Cough Medicine for Oratz, Ky., were the guests of Mr. day. Judge Kennedy and Judpe we are proud that Brodhead has Cox Marguerite Brjant, Aneva Children. distinction and Mrs. J. F. Carter during the Flippin, of Somerset, made short theorganize in of being the first Lillian Cox, Nellie DeBord. Maryears ago when I was "Three to the county. Brod Hardin, of speeches at the bank hall last Fri- head is never behind week. Mrs. Geo. one of my along these, gie Taylor, Rosa Adams, Robert living in Pittsbnrgh Louisville, is with her parents, Mr. day. Mrs. Mary Albright return- as well as other lines ; watch us. Cummins, children had a hard cold and Karl Davis, James Upon the and Mrs. J. B. Purcell this week. ed last Friday from a three weeks Fredrick, Cecil Furguson, Henry coughed dreadfully. advice of a druggist I purchased a of Ohio, city of Tcledo, ) Mrs. Monte Roberts and baby visit to friends in Lincoln. We State Payne. bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Lucas County ) SS. Mrs. L. B. noticed in last issue of the Signal' "were with her sister, Second Grade. Remedy and it benefited him at Frank Cheney makes oath Hiltou, at Stanford during the J this question: "Who will be the that he isJ. senior Nellie Cox, Ella Mae Sowder, once. I find it the best cough partner week. Walter Smith. Assistant first teacher to organize a Moon- firm of F. J. Chenev A: Co .. of the Fred Clontz, Frank Richards. medicine for children because it is dniHr pleasant to take. They do no obCashier of the State Bank aud light School in Rockcastle?" Prof. business in the City of Toledo, First Grade. to taking it," writes Mrs. LaTrust Co., of Stanford, was the J. L. Pilkenton, Principal of County and State aforesaid, and Rissie Gentry, Willie Cheek, ject fayette Tuck, Homer City, Pa. guest of Dr. W. F. Carter Sunday. Brodhead Graded school, aud his tint said firm will pay the sum of Cecil Baker. This remedy contains no opium or Oue Hundred Dollars for each and U. B. Cass, concrete foreman teachers, claim that Primmer. distinction. every case of Catarrh that cannot other narcotit. and my be given to for the L. & E. railroad, is with This school was organized here be cured by the use of Hall's Theodore Stokes, Rusel Ram- a child as confidently as to an 1 his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R more than a month ago, and great Catarrh Cure. sey, Pearl Hamlin, William Brad- adult. Sold by all dealers. Cass, this week. Mrs. Walter mterest was manifested, and was Frank J. Ciienhy. ley. William Landrum, Jack Fish Quarantined. Stock Ship Smith ol Crab Orchard, was with discontinued only on account of a Sworn to before me and sub Katherine Welsh. pers in Danville are being great her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. series of meeting beginning in scribed m my presence, this 6th Ella Mae McKenzie and Arthar ly inconvenienced by the quaranday of December, A. D. 1880. Thompson deserve special menOwens, the first of the week. W. town on the same hour. (Seal) This A. W. G reason, tion. They made no grades below tine which has been placed on all L. Bell and Frank Brooks of Crab school will be started shortlv Notarv Pnhlio 90 and their average were 94 and shipments of stock to the northern Orchard, were in town last Satur- again, and we hope to see valuable I Hall's Catarrn fSn-- itKJ tob-cr- . IU q3 respectively. v,.w VUIW.U. i markets. No stock can be ship t.prnnllv . day. John E. Evans, tiaveling ass Stauce civen those who arP tT.j L nnrl qmo ?;.wm.. upon ins , "" ped to Cincinnati, Chicago or .v.wwv ui.u salesman for Colsrate & Co., of willing and not ashamed to try to system. mumua UliiiCeS of the Loui&vtlle, it is said. The quar Send mr testimonials, IMPORTANT. New York, is at home this ueec. read and write. Some of those free. antine has been put into effect on Bear 1ip ldun, who has Mrs. C. A. F. J. Chbney & Co., To- - Tablets in mind thatChamberlain's accpunt of the epidemic of foot who attended during this short' not only move the bowel typhoid, shows very httle impiove-ment- . term was able to write their names 1 but improve the appetite and atra mouth disease in a luraberof .Ju all Druerifists. 7cc Senices were conducted" . leuio v in ess man a, torIt. auri I Sold bv ... strengthed the digestion. For thp northern states- .- Danville ,i. ;, fcr con- - sale b7 alldealers. gt the Methodist church last Sun- - s3emed t0 leara eas51yWe 'hope ' Advocate. -- TUESDAY'S RESULT IN ROCKCASTLE Politeness, and by theway, politeness from the heart, is what we deal out to our customers whether rich or poor based upon a desire to give our customers all there is in it of value and service. 20 years ago we came 10 Mt Vernon, revolutionized business matters, put Mt. Vernon on the map as a bargain town and have kept her there to this good day. 12 10 Thousands urer's prices. & of Shoes now on Sale at and below manufactYou can buy all your winter needs in Shoes for less money. Ladies', Misses and Children- Cloaks, Suits, Skirts same goods elsewhere. for one half and less, what you are asked for & Waists Men's Suits from makers of finest suits & Marks, Kirahbams, etc at less than makOvercoats and Rain Coats at a er's prices. fraction of their real value. like Hart, Schaf ner No matter what article you may ne-"d- yon can always find it at Baker's and under priced . Our greatest desire is to do you all the good we can. , I I p .- ;' ......... iUpBCfiR, From War Prices, Overcharging customers, Shortweip-htsanmeasurements, Lying and exaggeration, O Lord, deliver us- d i 1 -- 1 s" a"..i' t. lii4 The bride is the youngest child The Burma Heia'd publisht at of Mr. link Mrs. Jos N. Dodson, Rangoon, Burnia, a province of of this city a lady of charming Friday, Nov. 6. 1914 East India, is another paper manner. She is an accomplished printed with peculiar 'type of musician, having taught in various Published every Friday by which duly three 'or four have any schools. Mr. Watson was boni in Ed GAR S. ALBRIGHT. resemblance to Our English tpe Pniiufort, Ky , bur his homo at yet the pages have a pleasing ap present is in Boonvihe, Kv , at tfBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR $I.OO pearance quite different to the which place he has a cozy home Chinese papers. The heading of to take his bride after their retail n Advi Using rates mace known on the Herald is printed both in from their wedding trip lie is English and the language of its well known b, many in application this city, native country whatever it is, we having on several occasions tilled don't know. The Daily Gleaner' the pulpit in lhe Evangelical MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION published in Enslish at Kingston, churcli, while visiting here. Jamaica, one of the British posAlter the ceremony, the bridil sessions soutn of Cuba. The first party and a fcSStEsWSSvA. number of invited ad we see at top of pige r.ads, friends were received at the home Sugar and Rum. Next Dr. Saw- of Mr. and Mrs. Dodson on Tenth yers Cushioned Shoes. Prices street, where congratulations are shown in pence, shillings and weie extended the voung couple. pounds. Victor talking machines Miss Clira Dodson, .sister of the Columbia Graphaphones, Edisons biidf, then led the All Parts of the gnesis into the Phonographs are shown in the ad dining room where World Newspapers columns along with Chamberlain's of white wedding ices, in shap slippers and and other American houses. white and yellow cakes, coffee and By James Maret. The Siam Observer, the first mints were served from the brides We are in receipt of a bundle of daily to be published in that coun- table which was done in yellow newspapers publisht in various try is an English publication and and white. The house decoraparts of the world. Chamberlain like all ot them spell labor with a tions were autumn leaves with Medicine Company; of Des Moines. u, labour. One of its higgest ads yellow chrysanthemums as was al-tIowa, are shown to be advertisers is of "sterilized milk" which after the decorations at the church, the world over. Among the pap- being sterilized is shipped into the besides ers we find The Friend, Bloomfon-tei- tropics where it is claimed it keeps beautiful palms and ferns and fall grasses. South Africa; publisht in in good condition. The Milkmaid At four o'clock the couple was English. One of the "ads" says Company claims to use daily the escorted to the ferry then across Ford cars 5 seated 190 at the milk given by over 115,000 cows to the train at Petri Station , who coast. Buy a Ford because it is a Sterilized milk is just as it comes in spile of protests, decorated the better car, not because it is cheap- from the cow except that the bacwith bells, old shoes, er." The East London Daily Dis- teria has beeD destroyed. Soera-baiasc- h autoinbile yellow streamers etc, aud showerpatch and Fioniier Advertiser, Nieuwsblad is a heading East London, South Asrica. is of a paper from Java, an island ly- ed them heartily with rice. The News joins their manj larger than cur Courier Journal ing between Australia and India. in this city and else a here and has advertisements of every- This sheet is Dutch. Telefoon is friends in wishing them a long, and happy thing except whiskey and beer. the way it spells telephone. The The Madras Mail, India, has this Mandalay Herald, published in wededhfe. Tell City News, Ind. remarkable railread time card English at Mandalay, An Active Liver Means Upper "ad": '.Madras Southern Rail Burma has but little resemblance Hea.tii way, Ltd. Alterations in the to our American pipers in its get If you want good health, clear passenger trains. The public are up or style of type used. El complexion and freedom for Dizziinformed thu from 1st of March, Commercia is a Spanish printed ness, Constipation. Biliousness. 1914, the liming of certain trains paper from Mamila. Philippine Is Headaches and IndtgesMon, take will be revised. Broad gauge, the lauds. De Surinemer is a Dutch Dr. King's New Lite Pills Tlu-and down Calcutta mail train will leave paper where it is publiated none drive out fermenting Blojd undi gested ioods, clear the Madras at 19 hours, arrive Waltau but a Dutchman can tell. The ' cure Constipation. Only 1'ocaim at 15.10, Down mixed from last on our list is the Siud Sudha your druggist. will leave at 19.15 and ar- printed at Karachi, India, from rive at Coconda Fort at 20 30V' type resembling short hand and This rtilwzy seems to be using in Malayalam lau uage. This the 24 hour system of ''timing." paper bears two postage stamps This paper has one whiskay ad, reading ."India Postage" "Three bottled in Scotland. Now jump to Pies " It fails to state whether Cuba and find La Discusion pub- they are to be custard or pumpkin lisht at Havana in Spanish. It pies. contains pictures of U. S. navy Theis interesting collection of vessels at Vera Cruz. Under one world newspapers can be seen by of the pictures is this sentence: calling upon Mr. Maret. "Ascarozados norteatnericanos en orden de battala en aguas de VeraIn Many Slates, Though Try This For Your Cough cruz." Translated: North AmerThousands of people keepcough ica war ships in battle order in iug because unable Democrats Will Conto get the right the waters of Vera Cruz This remedy. Coughs are caused by trol Senate and paper also contains the picture of Inflammation of Throat and BronMrs. Ella Flagg. Young superin- chial Tubes. What you need is to the House tendent of schools, Chicago; also soothe this Inflammation. Take Dr. King's Iow Discovery, it pen"La Catastrofe de Calumet." The etrates the delicate mucous lining. catastrophe of Calumet, (explo- raises the Phlegm and quickly re sion in coal mines at Calumet, lieves the congested membranes. Chas. S. Whitman Elected Mich). Other things in the paper Get a 50c. bottle from your drugGovernor of New York may have proved interesting had gist. ;,Dr. King's New Discoverv quickly and completely stopped the writer's Spanish vocabulary my cough" writes J R. Watts, Over Gov. Glynn not been limited owing to its hav- Floydale, Texas. Monev back if ing been used but seldom for 35 not satisfied, but it nearly always years. Dropping to the island of helps. Beckham Elected Senator From Ken Cevlon, just south of India, we tucky Pennsylvania Makes Big Re DODSON-WATSO- N find The Times of Ceylon with an publican Gains Governor Hooper Defeated in advertisement of government rail Tennessee Illinois Goes Back Into the Republican way advising the public that "the Beautiful Wedding at EvangelColumn. 6:30 down thru train from ical Church Thursday, In to Columba will be two rt'estem Newspaper Union News Service Presence of Large HIGH SPOTS IN TUESDAY'S ELEC minures earlier in arriving and o n, Ray-puram Kan-kesantu- MT. VERNON SIGNAL of Thursday D.19 2 His total vote will be about Brodheod, Ky. 30,000, or les3 than the estimated plurality of E. L. Philipp, stand-pa- t Republican, over John C. KareJ, Democrat. hands, of feet requires a power Follette Defeated. tul romt-dthat will penetrate the .Milwaukee, Wis. United States flesh HALLARDVi SNOW Senator La Follctte's entry into the LINIMENT possesses that po.ver Wisconsin gubernatorial election, Rubbed in vvh-r- e the pain is felt e with the i all that is neeessary to relieve gubernatorial candidacy of John sunvring and restore normal conJ. Blaine. .was rewarded by a complete overthrow. Blaine running a weak ditions. Sold by John Robins, La v cf the Filth Indiana district indicate' crnor James M. Cox. The chief executive, with reports the return to congress of Ralph W Moss, of Clay count j, by a close vote, from his supporters, believes that bis plurality will range between 25,000 Hocpcr Is Defeated. aM ,l,000 Nashville. Tonn.-T- he election oil Beckham For Senator. Ihon.as C. Iti. Democratic candidate j.ouisville, Ky.- -J, C. Beckham, for-lo- r governor ot leiinessee, was con-,,- . , , .. ,... .., ,, P . w. 0(1(1(1 Ikf Hl K.M ""l"",a "' "......... plurality ..av. 40,000 in his race mjjfor of ,, n iioujiui, iieiHiuuc-i- ' usionisi United States Senator on the Democandidate for cratic ticket. His Republican oppo- neat, former Governor Augubtus I'. Control of House. ' u wson, mauo gains in counties wnere npiiim rMtt,. WsishmcroTi. the senate ami house is assured for ' the mU1 Moose vote was strong two another cars as a result of ttaei mirD aK0- - Iieturus from tne cit' PrtJ- -' elections, bur Mm iini.infif.ti,. mini.iiJ "luets sllov-- ' " large falling off in the r in the house is considerabh reduced Progressive vote and a corresponding Incomplete returns indicate that in ;ain in the Republican vote. Senator Shively Wins. place of the majority oi 168 that Pres Indianapolis, lud. Incomplete rer Wilson took into ollice with him idnt tnu administration will have a ma- turns irom practically every county in Indiana indicated the ot jority that may not exceed 100. ".enator Shively, Democrat, to United Both parties piofesb to be satisfied with the re&iift. The Democrats de- States Senate by a plurality not less, clare that th- - reduction in their ma- than 25,01)0. The same returns indl-at- o the Hection of the entire Denio-rat- lc jority is not much more than was to state ticket by a vote practical-- i have been expected in view of the fact the same as that of Senator Shively. that the s:ty-tLircongress was elected two years ago in one of the most overwhelming landslides that Neiini'ght of the face, shoulder, any party ever scored. ! IW1 consldorablfe doubt, but favoring T.aw- at least 2 000. The legislature will rence Y. Sbennan, Rep., over Roger C. probablv be close. Sullivan, Uem.; V. Raymond Robins ....... Fr,.t:OVernor- Bull .Alooser, appearing as a very poor Columbus, O. vigorous claima third. ' for v.ctoiy Horn both '.. the Democratic Moss Believed To Be Safe. and Republican headquarters for vie-Terra Haute, Ind. Returns from tory on the governorship the trend, half the precincts of Vigo county indi- based on estimates rather than actual cate that the congressional ticket will1 figures, indicated the success of Con-- ' be elected with a plurality exceeding sressman Frank B. Willis, the Repub-- : 2,000. Returns from other counties Hcan nominee, and away from Gov- . , , -j . i VfreMajnordCSaaThe j JoIlyaii&...' ! Drop Ti"p'aw I The Mm Fads For raff r "" "'" tt . lfew fieacfy & ' fbr You . I to ;.''" 3ri - j$yt(Z4' J. " OT ;j0p?QJC A& I I I -- t UNDERTAKER ! VsLLEOWENS ..,t 2 Rrnrlhp.p?H Kv K d CO'.IPM5VR LI NIC -Coffin-!, (! tskeis ami Holies Mail. T Ifrfqih or Telephone orders Promptly Filled ' '&iC&-d$r'-rsr- ca mfy,x..w A . .TSs- cSiftfcS' V rt 'il 't y ft . r & - Independent-Fusion-Progies-siv- rTr&rp-r&B third. 7Ti'ii g 35,-00- 0 CASTOR I A For Infants and Children, GOVERNORS The folowing ELECTED Governors were The Kind Yea Have Always Bought Mill Ills L2 SB ay Iks la M m i S u 'l to All Kinds and Sizes elected: Alabama Arizona California Colorado Signature of Chas. Henderson, D. ' George W. P. Hunt, D. H. W. Johnson, Geo. A. Carlson, ".M. H. Holcomb, N. E. Hsrrs, g. W. Clark, M. D. CotdU Cough Remedy. B Cook, 1 f! Conecticut Georgia 'owa R. R. D. 'daho Kcnsas Michit.cn Minnesota R. D. P.. Remahicablh Cure of Croup j' "f,abt winter vhen my little boy had croup I got him a l:ot:le of' Jliainhei-laiu's Pictures Framed and Enlarged, Kodak Pictures Finished. First-ClasWork Guaranteed. s Alexander, I. Massachusetts... David Arthur Capper, Walsh, honestly heiieve it saved has life,"j" M-.Us ' I Tuth T.ou-h N. Ferris, W. S. Hammond, Nebraska J. H. F.lcrehead. R. Nevada T. O. Odd'e, R. New Hampshire. R. N. Spauiding, R. New York Chas. S. Whit-ran- , R. North Drkota.. L. B. Harna, R. Ohio ....F. E Willis, R. Oklahoma ,R. L. W li:a-r.- r, D. Pennsylvania. M G. Brumbaugh, R. Rhode Is'and.. P. I. Bcckman, n. . n'. D. D. D. Mrs. I Caroli.-.- a . Tennessee Texas Vtr-- Dakota... t ..... ' r.'anning. D. Uyrne, R. ...Tl;cs. C Rye, D. I. .. .R. and iiuojancy. bv dealers. Regulate the bowels when they fail to move properly. HER BINE is an admirable bowel regulator. It helps the liver and stomach and restores a fine of strength .til fec-hti-g ".It out the phlegm and lo-j- j I" wdhis cougtiiug spoils. T am grateful for what this remedy Ins done tor him. For sale b) Pa o-.- Indiana.;! p t Saturdays OMLY .:: Manis Building OPE14 S m?m LiliUl III STUDIO 3 If j P. f.! John Jvjbin-,- . Price 50c. Hrodhead, Sold-- Ky. 1 .J. E. . Farguc-n- , D. -- Visre" s'li. Dcubt'uI. ..C. 3. Cr.t , ..E. L. Phiiipp, P R. nE3m ra v3l223F iSLs p. s PU, EiA tt&k W u ) !V SSC- -J ffl Our line ot Ctuirli Caskets 'M X He is unexri'llril t U vsrs Favcr Jchrson. krK L if n n An attractive wedding took control Congress, despite big Repub Chi- place at the Evangelical church on Mean gains. House will be Demo na, surely is some paper but no Thursday afternoon at 2:15 o'clock cratic by a majority of about 25. One American would know it if it when Miss Claudia Augusta Dod-?o- n member gained by Democrats in Sen didn't have a few English printed and Rev. George Smith Wat- ate. words at its heading to tell us son were united in the holy bonds . uudge was defeated ir what the cat tracks and tea signs of wtdfock. riicsouri, Ohio and North and South meant. Some of the ads are The ceremony was performed Dakota, and is in doubt in Nebraska partly English. Chamberlain's by Dr. Prank Cheek of Danville. Nevada and Montana. State-widprohibition was defeatec Pain Balm shows uo by imprint of Ky., an uncle of the groom, who in California and Ohio; won in carton. Advertisements from Ja- entered the church and walked to Ari pan, England Austria and a num- the alter, as the s rains of the zona, and is in doubt in Colorado ber from United States appear in Mendelsohn wedding march were Washington and Oregon. Feature of the this paper which has its column played on the pipe organ by Rev the great slump national election was of the Progressive rules placed horizontally across the Sheo Schlundt, pastor of the party vote, the great bulk of it return page instead of perpendicularly as church. The bridal party entered mg to the Republicans. white people make up their pap the church at the same time, the Socialists gain three seats in Con ers. You read these Chinese bride accompanied by her father jress two from Wisconsin and one papers or rather the natives read being preceded by her maid 01 om New York. New York. Charles S. Wbitinhu by beginning on right hand side of honor, Miss Charlotte Witsoi, lien., was paper and read downward to end sister of the groom, and met the York over elected governor of New Martin II. Dom of line at column rule, then repeat groom at the alter, who had enter- The only question is theGlynn, of his size until column is finished on left side ed from the right aisle with the plurality. James V. Wadsworth, Jr., Rep., ha of the journal. The next curios- best man, Rev. Carl T. Mickel. defeated James W. Gerard, Dein., foi ity and mystery to us people is The ring ceremony was then me umiea states Senate the Cujrathi Weekly ot Baroda, given by Dr. Cheek in a most popular election for that in the firs, office, bul ran behind Whitman plurality figures India. I's type is not so peculiar beautiful manner. Miss Dodson was gowred in a by many thousand votes. as that of the Chinese but is on Returns from all nf Mi. writing Deautitul dress of white crepe state indicate the order of short-han- d that the Republican and but for some explanatory meteor with lace; she wore a tulle have carried both houses of the stat English we wouldn't know the veil fastened in cap effect with legislature and have elected mlno; candidates name of the paper or where it lilies of the valley. Her boquet districts. in a great majority of tin. came from. It also contains was a shower of brides roses and Republican campaign managers art American and foreign ads. At lilies of the valley. claiming a landslide for their candi ' the bottom of the Jas column apMiss Charlotte Watson, as maid dates. Illinois Republican. , pears this: "Printed and pub- of honor wore a gown of yellow Illinois in company with 'Jsevera,) lisht by Manikeal A. Doctor, at crepe meteor with lace and blak other states; resumed its Sayaji Vijaya Press. Raspura-Barod- hat and carried a large bunch of in the Republican column. old p&sition The chief contest centered, on for himself n the evening yellow chrysanthemums. e sPr-Mnn- leaving Vaviuiya." The Penang Sin Poe (The nese Daily News) of Penang, Assemblage. TION. Chi- Washington, D. C Democrats still T. S. Daniel Scott. ernor and secretary of internal affairs, by Druggist as well as four congressman-at-large- , Crago, Mahlon M. Garland, F. Lafean and John R. K. Regulates bkdd.'r Iroabfes in Pennsylvania Republican. cnimrer.. it not s0$ your I'inladelphia, Pa. Pennsylvania came back strongly into the Repul druggist, will ba sent by 3na'l on lican column, that party electing Boise receipt of i.oo. One small Penrose to the United States Senate n two monthF treatmeuL, and seland Martin G. Brumbaugh, governor by pluralities that may exceed. 200,000. dom tails to "perfect a cure. S-ine vote was unexpectedly largo, for testimonials from bis. vied other exceeding that cast for president in Dr. E. W. UaJj, 2926-Oliv1912. The Republicans also elected states. their candidates for lieutenant govstreet, St. Louis, Mo. Soldi e San Fr..ncisco. SI eager ri'iif roni a few statiarins iirccincts hi 1.. lection in Caliio-iushow r. m. liyhtly in favor cf Hlruai W. Jl! 011, it.rfs-Iv- e ciuhdatc for 'i no.- - 2:id IneuniLiMits. Jeha Ve(U it I:s, ileim'i icn, Is n elo .(. ml, and inuiratltms r.rr that the .etv.cen them wrl svilwr (he bettiife Jehus,, van a 2 to 1 favor" te. I Republicans Gin in Wesi Virsinin. Hotel Chaiit'stcn, W. Va Althou: ; r arly leauin from scattering ccu.ili louisviuZk?" i West 'irilj!a shew suri,ris:ii' The Souths most popul it priced, modern, 'ige for the Rep 'blijns of t hotel. , Absolutely State-situated in the tho iei,u't in se very heart of ths retail shopping districted ral of tlit cousresiional dutriruj r, near ell the theatres. ain in doubt. Finest Cafe in Louisville, will, moderate PH.ci. O.viny to the moiger return.-- froChb r?,reakf?1t f,rom 25c P: noon day he iiiru, tain crijn.!t'? lha result i:, . hotc ;Al,'blr Lu1Ci 6 8 p. 1,.,..,-, D'ner. . to . 00. r ubt 1.1 the .m i'erond a ii vac service Thir I . Coasrepan-at-Larfein Kcfctaurant. istiiet-Ucv ope-- j from 4 p.m. to I a. m. Kathsfceller vd Snthcrlrntl is aa'd to Invo l.t-Urchestral ecd vocal music . IfccniJ-j o'cet d etor C.-U. ROOM PRICES to the early returns, rt I ard Cooler, of p.amivoil. a H n With running water and ' l private toilet $1 per day an, Junes A the Fifth Di.'tih't. roeycr h. Vith private bcth $1.50 up to 33.00 por day on over Georre I. Neal, Deiaot-rat- . Large sample rooms From Ths Bay Steto, with prhate bath $2.50 Kcslcis. fJovcino.- UavJdL Wa'. to $3.50 per day. Jemocrat, was Icatiins,. accou'I .4 ?n. !.J . mane ... etnrns cf upward o? tUree nuutei' lou arf ij,is hotel your headquarters 1uu lo Louisville while i f the strto, in tho election, but it u even if only for a day. Have your maf, and packages addressed here. You Willi inceitain whether the Democrats h: -f;een able to again t,eenre other piae-)' dc a welcome cuest. I ROBERT B. JONES. Man, ser. m the state ticket. Republican Sweep. Xew Haven, Conn. Thei 3 was a Re publican sweep in Conneetieut, the en A TEXAS VVOiXUER.. tiro state ticket being earned by abou 2,000. Five Republican represent! The Texas Wonder cures fcadj ey tives hi Connecticut were also elected aud bladt'er troubles, lenawvf inr Simeon E. Banlwin, the Democratic nominee for the United States Senate grauel, cures c'iabets, weak , and !s running close to Senator F. B all irregularities ot the kidn eys Brandegee, but he probably will be de aud in holy men and won en. feated by 3,000 votes. -- fl'Stir M 1 ire.ire rieIl, f ..11 iarts of MM: t,,c tounty Aliordars by Wire Promptly Filled &&3Zk W s $ . 7J lLiua-iii:i'l- !Kns furnisheil SM 1 -- e 11 jrc-eleetiu- n d,, I , ,8 Pi WWirAll MT. VKUXW Pliono 04-- S "Zf"!m!fTf r?i-.W-- S 1 I if. v Henry Watterson fire-proo- f; Stack-U- p w- Styies M, i.Ss:0zh i S&55Sk. p. H. Conover 4 Dentist ."V 5 - V V .MT. 4. VkRNUX. KY. - & xz rr.. ti. ....... j..... iunii- uiwi 1'hone nNi;i a o.... otui -- ..-- .,. --V 3 p :c3eoSDev cr v-xe- i :: .". - H'g a-, sn-co- cd 11 !!. J XLsfls ys' w-jj. - . 1 e are bea--t noticed nowadays on tbe ?aU of the rooms where our new Wall PapThey ers have bean "s represcnt the' very Jatest in Wall Paper de sigu .md colexWoJu-V- e orings. clusive pattoms or Parlors. Reception - Kooins X)iJ?-Koomowe Bed-Rooms- 3S?S2S2SJ3 Mount Vernon n Monumental s, -- ld Halls C.C.CQX,Ifpusc, Opptsito Court " You save mon.ey by buving here. jYiDJSALhK jjjraiiite jMonuinents b-'?-s. Manufacturer) of and in Marbles ana Estimates of all furnished ton aj.4ication. GEO. OWENS Propr SOMETOoOME SSSSSS.l'i'S"S'.'S V d wsmnmmami& e '' 'ff. Poae a l"2 .CLIL miML..Jfr imm,m$mM$m hopeful PROSPECT. . a United States Senator, the result Sa Legislature Is Close. Del. Secretary oi State Thomas W. Miller, Republican, was elected aa Delaware's only representative In congress over Franklin Brockson, Democrat, the incumbent, by a plurality throughout the state that will exceed 500. , Kent and Su& sex counties went Democratic, but a largely increased Republican vote tn this city will carry Miller through. is His majority in VilmJnstoa. will ba Wilmington, fe5?i wood. "Tr,.W,w4 P.rn1 " Tlie location of our factory Kives us lowest freight from milk to factory, and from factory to you. Get a betttv Silo and San monry by writing us for catalog and pices. LOUISVILLE SILO AND T?ANK CO. . iJ2l to-d- It has the only reaE continuous-door opeiningi. Hoops made oteatad eel. Hoops can be xdji3?ed from ladder front doJirrane. Doors made oF California Red- ISSBBaaBSSSasBSBHaMSSSUMyHSial EJe Darling. J don't know what to tQ .Q.$U,,F. -- ? IjRreddl Teacher Now, Freddie, have 70U Wed in Chlcaao all your life? Not yet. teacher. J7, --- say yrp-rr- your fatter. atw Just sayc "Mr. Munn, I wish Xo your daughter" - then dodge. y lelsIlUE.- - .J A. 4 aMi . yon see the big 85 pound If you want the best get it at pumpkin? Fish's. , ItPays To Pay Cash your own Romember the Farmers Tnsti-Overcoat t hon.t Mt. Vernon, Ky. Jov. 6 1914 figures at FWi'i Pay Cash and Save J tute next Tuesday and Wednesday pay any man to come anaj ! Old Cull brought iu so. me fineWfr will op "No. 79" wrer wan toCommunlspecimens of vegetables --. Cate with srGNAL riitiie Agriculture Dept. of. ".w. 1 McClures garden. i Mrs, ture am has m score t k f Dead Accounts & McKenzie Proctor have be- the State of Kem... and gun work oil the foundation for for you. F. I,. Durham's residence. There will be a cali meeting of t&stzMi Kvery one iutown interested in uie woman's Club this eveninptjputWLLc & Nashville R R Co. improving the cemetery should be about 6:30 at the residence of Miss I at the court houo tonight. Mat Williams It is important TIME TABLE c It's pretty expensive to have all the members be present, on 22 icith 5.04 pm stores where they charge it. time, so that the business of the in to uortn 3:53 a m one's own lawyer but it doesn't , meeting may be finished before A -t J U:-- . -- -- rcn cyive VOU aoet11:39 a m 'cost anything lo keep one's coun- " ,.i south time lor tue mass meetinj at the A 12:19 am sel. 'it oouth Court house, the object of which for y jk v".u.kfc lux!! tintl.ic Kvisx ...-. !'! lltf J as. Landrum. Agent. vt, UCUC1 M1U VV11 is to have some concerted notion n f3 J!E-ff-- ! las "Mode'' raised 05 bushels po- - lookinir towards Hip hr!iut-.;rir;rPhone No. 8. 1? 1 5 cash ter suit for $ you can taloes Irom a planting made 25th 01 tno Lemetery, a ,, , which torso f Kntereil at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice r "7 K PrK,j? j y" J muil mutter. many years has been an eye-sor- e as j Later. Joshua Boreing to the town. -- 6T',;jaS?Jl Tk '' 5 in credit " B r K It K 0 K A L brought in an irish potato, raised',. .. u ig I l v"' ,,uu ' ' e & nigni oulOOI. from a nlanlinpof I inn 1st. whirli J 3. pounds. for cash, you pay forthe same ck, Grand openmg'uight, November A. B Furnish was in Cincinnati weighs Joining' Coffey of the Buckeye 9,'' at 7 p m. prompt, at the Monday. CLv John Cotton of a&nrille, guest section, biougLt in a pumpkin Giaded School The chief feature weighing 85 pounds Tuesday audi of tlle opening session will be the Bernice Landrum Sunday. Miss tweareprepar- ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Albright, who entered it in the contest at Fish's, 'enrollment and classification of Dorothy Little Ihe.Mt. Vernon quarry has students Whatever you need in has had tj phoid is very much beto Please remember good clothes bu we do not stop closed down and will likely slay the educational line we will enter. working on deavor to suppH If you can not ed to fit men and boys from head to foo and is acting Pot-uiast- closed until spring. Sparks scarbettei you Chester Landrum read, write nor figure, here is the and is making ry will hkelj urn full time and opportunity at Pitts-burC'-ASSYSTLM money because we sell for cash. of a lifetime. the We Mulling Station wiil run part of good ha-- e a corps of thirteeu teachers, the time. wwggwww.CTFT;TTrHWiIB-ltf- i E.v Judge J. B. Lair was with all willing and anxious to lend you 2 LivRev. Carl Michel, while chest a helping hand Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Uoolc at "We Stand By What You Buy." The school is nut hunting on Wm. Poynters hill absolutely free and we have a deingston Sunday. just East of town, lost his fine partment for the colored people Abel Jr. and Geo. OF WILL CLOSE Tt were among those iu from Livings- gold watch A very hbeial Remember time, place and be for the icturu pr inlorinatioii there without foil. ton during the week. leading to the recovery, will be Mr- W. H. Cox his been wry 3 paid ii same is delivered at CLOSES WEDNESDAY, NOV. 1 MuFarland Memorial l IVI srj? fi sick the past week. His. conditfB- r,0HS BS8l&.gg&&l& Presbyterian Church ion is somewhat alarming. lATHtgl J.EAD1HGJ The Kentucky Live Stock Sani The lollowing services will be Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Fish atBRING IX YOm quaran- held next Sunday Nov. Sth. wed- tary Board ha isai;ed a Watkui.s-BrocThe Heme oi Good Clothes. tended th tine against any stock of any kind Sabbath School 9:45 a m. ding in London yesterday. being shipped from Illinois, Indi- Classes for all ages. Dr. C. M. Wanzer, of Urbana, Morning Worship 11 a m. ana, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Ohio, is with his daughter, Mrs. Ohio to this estate on account of a Subject "Divine Guidance" A. B Furnish for a few days. Night Service 7:30 p. m serious outbreak of foot and Mrs. W.J. Sparks and daug- mouth disease. Prayer meeting, Wednesday hter, Misses Frances and Bess irfT Jfrfyn 7:30 p. m. Foit Sale.- - 1 Challenge pape the County please meet me or one of my deputies spent a pr it of the week in LouisNext Friday, 13th inst a tere 1 Gordon loot power press cutter; 4 ville. year of will bo times and places to settle your 1 hand press; 10 cases optican lecture on Korea Cashier W. L. Richards spent 10x15; type; 2 type stands and delivered in the church at 7:;iop. from Saturday until Monday with START other fixtuie necessary to set up m. by Rev. Edwin Kargin, from h 9 his daughter, Mrs. Jett near Rich7 Saturday Churgji. Korea. Mr. Knrgin is a . Bargain for cash, job print office. uttis. mond. it sold at once. Write, wire or see Presbyterian Foreign Missionary, &C(JUxJW 10 Clyde Vernou Uo.v, who has tyhomo on furlough and is a consej?-Y. Mullins, - as also is phoid is'doing nicely, speaker. d? 10 00 3I Mt. Vei non, Ky. crated and educated Wednesday Everett Mullins who has the same These services are for all, ard all is Pumpkin Day in are invited without trouble. exception. J Niceley was with the Mt. Vernon. The pumpkins on Come and let us help you and at Mrs. T. J. A display in Fish's show windows the same time come and help us. family of her father, Henry CatPayne ron, in Lincoln Couuty llrst oi will all be weighed and the prize of $2. iu merchandise will be Tonight. At the Court House the week. 13 Store, X rlday, given the man, woman or child the Commercial Club in connecM rs. E. S. Albright, son John who has the heaviest one. The tion with tht Woman's Club and for a boy's bank acand li tleduighter Lucille attend- weighing 14 Saturday, will tike phic? at citizens of our town will hold a ed th : Watkins Brock wedding at count would be a prompt, at 2 30 p. m. If you meeting for the purpose of organLondon yesterday. 18 Wednesday, ten-sp- ot have a large one bring it in and ization and appoiutment of com It is a good Sylvan Borders of Brod-hea- d try to get the Mrs. prize mittes to lay and work out plans plan the acto 19 was with the family oi her for the improvement of Elm wood Although the Republicans have parents. Dr. and Mrs. W. T. count of the youngsmade sweeping gains thruout the cemetery which has been in a Friday, Francis during the week. wretched coudition for some time. country, Democrats will have a ter and then let him Victor Brown, who is located in small working majority in the The proposition, as stated in these 21 Muffin's Station, Saturday, Oklahoma, was home last week to sixty-fourtbuild himself h congress, with prob columns heretofore, is to clean Mr. and Mrs. see his parents, ably a majority of nineteen mem-bei- and clear up the grounds of all Some take Store, Monday, Brown near Levell Green. Jarvis The probable membership weeds vines, sprouts,Jbusheis and Little Miss Sarah Catherine of the next House pleasure in saving of Representa- rubbish, to remove fencing bereturnCatron of Lincoln County, tives will be 227 Democrats, 199 tween lots, put down walks thru others in spending' ed home Sunday after spending a Republicans, seven Progressives, and about the cemetery, put down Wednesday, all depends how week with Misses Bonnie and Des-si- e one Socialist and oue Prohibition- a side walk from the eastern cornNiceley. er to town and other impiove-ment- s ist. them off you Saturday, and make a resjDectable R. B. Samms, who was hurt by The Christian Bible Schools of resting place for our dead yourself Suppose falling from a car in the L. & N. instead Mt. Vernon and Cor bin have of allowing the place to grow you open an account lor yards at Paris sometime ago, is Please meet me the above places and settle as your up is here ? lie will able lo get around again without entered a contest beginning Nov. iu weeds and briars. The quesyour boy due and the penalty comes on December 1st. 1st and ending Sunday, Dec. 27th tion let the lieve guaranteed security has been taken up by the his crutches. Eech person in attendance and above organizations and everyone ard iet a lilioral interest notifying you in time. Singleton, time slip upon you and blame me for I J. A. Oliver, J. E each cent of contribution counts is requested to take an interest in as well. and our faithful correspondent, oue point and the one having 1 collect as the law directs. 1 don to cause you any most this much needed imptovpment. Will Owens, were here from the points at the end of contest will all who fail to pay by December 1st will be advertised. trouble, good little town of Livingston, be the winner. There is conThe corn, vegetable and pumpduring the week. let my bondsmen suffer, I had to make bond for the and I siderable interest being shown kin show in front windows of J. Mrs. A. K. Hackley, of Lincoln here in the contest. Corbin was Fish A: Son's store "on the corner" Make a Deposit with us today m so olease meet me and settle and save cost and trouble. county, after a si? weeks visit to 36 points in the lead last Sunday. continues to attract much attena sister at Cleveland, Va. returned tion and interest thereiu is inThe W. J. Sparks Co. made and Monday, stODing over here a day shipped during ten mouths of 19I4, creasing. Since last issue there with her brother James Maret. has been added to the display 15 Misses Lenora Parrett and Jes- 836O cars ballast and concrete more samples of ES white and yellow sie Mae Brown spent from Friday stone from this county. If these seed corn, giant maugo peppers, uatil Sunday afternoon, last, with cars were put into one train it Kaffir corn.ggiant cucumbers, MMMH- APPROPRIATE. friends and relatives in Livings would require 334 locomotives, pumpkin, Honoulla squash making three miles of engines' to ton and attended the revival long neck pull it and the length of train or cymbling, squash, circled squash fgrown inJonas McKenzie would be 66 miles in length reach LOCAL $ I X RICHMOND, KY. President Tom ing from Mt Vernon to within six to a complete circle). rft 1PH A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS e Farmers Institute next Tues- miles of Jelhco or from Mt. Ver- Ihumb carrots, made Courses leading to J'lemcntary, Intermediate and Life sorghum, black corn, S. Griffin, Geo. day and Wednesday. non to four miles beyond Lebanon State Certificates. Valid in all Public Schools of Kentucky. Special Courses and Review Courses. Tuition pound turnip, and such a train running at 20 sweet potato, 5 Forty six years ago the rails of miles per Free to Appointees. Two splendid dormitories, new hour would require freak Irish potato. No big Irish model school, new manual training building, practice the L&N were laid into Mt. Ver- three horses and eighteen min- potatoes have school, department of agriculture, a well equipped W. L. Richards, been brought in. gymnasium. Domestic Science. First Term begins Cashier non. utes to pass a given point. September 7. Second Term November IS, Third Term The exhibition is proving a decidJanuary 25, Fourth Term April 5, Summer School opens It is claimed b medical authorTlie judging of tht corn on dis- ed success and will prove of June 14, Catalogue Free. j. G. cn.VBBK, President. Victor C. Tate, mr w . . J play at the Corn Show in Fish's lasting good to our farmers, who ities that burning leaves cause window will take place promptly no doubt will makeOgreater efforts at 1 p m. next Wednesday, Mr. next year to improve and increase Proctor &. Mckenzie have start- R. A. Oggof Greencastle, Ind , ed work on new bungalow for R. writes that he witl be on the spot their output and be ready for the and do the judgiug. All names; big corn and vegetable show to be C. L. Britton. UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER hp f akpn nfF tlio nnm n rl- n: va i ""-"i. Irregular bowel movements lead "" """ "eacu man having Riven iiexL year uc mc. rVernon. ATTORNEY-AT-LARev. Walter L. Brock, Pastor of two oeiore ana to chronic constipation and a ctm- an ear on display will be register Elsie I got first prize at cooking MT. VERNON. KY. Stop cauebinsr! vou ran.lr t.ho stinated habit fills the svstem xh'uh the Fifth street Baptist church, School last term. a number , corresponding lunesand worrv tht- - hnriv and minorities. HERBINK isaVpat HMk .,, , .. Lexington, Ky. and .Miss Nettie i ed?ii register J . rr f.-- v Peggie What was It? - On ?rd. floor fo rt ....-- ,: nnmriRr wi i rp r.inn t ad u nnDi?crrvTTTr. nTmr.n U i .i icgumiui. punues .u-- i ' wiLii . YlVUf, Uie, ..,.r; nU nnHn,, ,ouedcueir- - x .... way tne " motWne u.ruuuuhu the the svstem, vitalizes the bloo;d and The Bank oi Mt. Vernon , on Church Elsie A beautiful book: "First Aid' t uus """ in checks lrJitalion. heals to the Injured.' yesterday. The wedding ws a judge will not know whose corn lungs and restores comfortable P"ts the digestive organs $n fine street. Special attention given very quk--t home affair. Rev. and he is judging. If you have an ex- - breathing. Price 25c, 50c and vigorous con'dition. Price 5oc. o collections. Phone No. 80. Mrs Bi octi will reside in Lexing- - jra good ear bring it or send it in $1. 00" per bottle. Sold by Johu Sold by John Robins, Bedhead, FOR FLETCHER'S by mR,,i J Robins, Brodhaad, Ky. Ky. . ton MT. VERNON SIGNAL Did siniBSvryfn111 agt.Tniiragl!;j'1 $5 &4rmnMK; 79 79 -- y it GET YOU PAY ONLY FOR WHAT YOU OUR STORE IS A MAN'b s - nACUCTORF w.- .utFor No - - - -, J . ZSl 'lL u than but The We 'Sell for $15. Clothes w i- So0 wtaetheyp hre OtHES EVER it 'ICC Ktcoiid-c'ias- mm w J- FISH'S S20 SPECIAL CL0lh $25 sujcw .r YOU CAN BUY THE SNAPPIEST SHOVN IN AT C that with givt It's weare H odstortne n re-wa- re - Lang-douDormuor- y. .LH!vWW,kM ms The Pumpi The Corn Farmers' Ins vm Con test i Show I tltUTtf k castle To the TAX Payers of Rock at " - fo? Tax forthe Tuesday, J9K as.-.orte- d wm Y At BRODHEAD, E. To-jx&- r. To-morro- Kaliy Good Boost At CONWAY, At WILDIE, At ROCKFORD, At & Abney's Thursday, Nov Nov Nov Nov 2 n Nov. Fi-h- 's start it up s. boys It start At CLIMAX, At LIVINGSTON, Thursday, At ORLANDO, At OTTAWA, At At F.M.Ponder's Tuesday, At PONGO, At QUAIL, At LEVEL GREEN, at Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. 20 23 24 25 28 Tax past Don't i must am t want I but tax can't The Bank of Mt. Vernon CAM MULLINS, S.R.C. 85-pou- 48-poun- d - old-tim- Vicc-Prcsiae- ni dip-theria- Asst-Cashi- er U -- m I TflTBbBfiia 1H tJt ' William, W, J.C.NK5LARY j ,.r --""- i-- o .,,. I Rr. . ! i --- uci ....it,. - IdlE- Children Cry I Stanford, Ky. CASTORIA .X2 - " l! OU R Great Money-Savin- g HI cans Win SENATORS wmc J. LONG TERM. C. W. Beckham, (Dem.) Bsas&a SHORT TERM. Johnscn N. Camden, (Dem.) Children Cry for Fletcher's SSSSSS'NiS gw??yyN:Nv rttyi-l?-?Si-- CONGRESSMEN 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th Dist Dist Dist Dist Dist Dist Dist Dist Dist 10th Dist 11th Dist Alben W. Barkley, D. David H. Kincheloe, D. Robert Y. Thomas, D. Ben Johnson, D. Swagar Sherley, D. Arthur B. Rouse, D. J. C. Cantrell, D. Combination Bargains Al! Standard Publications of the Highest Merit, Which Will Be Appreciated By Every Member of Your Family Kentucky Democrats are Given Big Majorities Two Republi- 'VK JZi fLiJA Vs ViscSk$& S!SoX!Qc!y!SSyS vwv.v-l &- rSSKK j-r- J3 21 . SJ dLflft - Tr This BIG OFFER Consists of THE MT. VERNON" SIGNAL, TRE CINCINNATI WEEKIA' ENQUIRER, THE FARM AND FIRESIDE, SEMI-MONTHLTO-DAY'S Harvey Helm, W. J. Fields, John W. Langley, Caleb Powers, D. D. R. R. Beckham's Majority Close to the latter by the scant margin of 151 votes. All of the other counties ot the district were safely Democratic. Ben Johnson returns to congress from this The Kind You Have Always Bought, ami which has lieexi in ue for o,er CO 3 cars, has borne the signature of - and has been made under his per-rf sonal suncr.isim since its infancy. Jf rjT&L'-?t-f yy. S&tcA4&C Allow no one t: dccisi e you in this. are but All Counterfeits, Imitations and IMxweriinents tlv.it trifle with and endanjrei the health of Infants and Children Ifkqjerieiiut: against KxperimeuU Ji Just-as-jrood" I ileal- a. - ASTORIA . . MAGAZINE, MONTHLY. BOYS' MAGARINE, MONTHLY, HOUSEHOLD JOURNAL AND FLORAL LIFE, MONTHLY" mm OUR SPECIAL BARCAIN PRICE P " IJ FOR ALL SIX, EACH ONE YEAR $ a- ii Jim mii i ! $1.65 .Never before has such a I'emarkable group of leading publicatiens been offered in combination with The Signal. Each one is a leader in its chosen field and goes into the home., of millions of satisfied readers. Why not make home life really at,ractive by providing jroodliteratere that cn be enjoyed by all the family ? We Kave especially prepared this combination o tmeet these requirements, and all at a price within reach of every one deiiring trie very best. The Democrats had easy romping in the Seventh district, pulling down a majority estimated at C.000. In the Eighth district the Republicans carried but a single county. Mad ison, and that by a majority, of 37 Rollin Hurt Is Elected Judge of Ap- votes. This is Gov. McCreary's home pellate Court Caleb Powers Vic- count. Harvey Helm won torious in Eleventh Senator Cam to congress. den's Majority Will Exceed 40,000 In the Ninth district the Democrats, Progressives Cast Light Vote Over carried 6 of the 13 counties, returns at the State. midnight showing a majority of 500 for the state ticket Party leaders in Louisville are claiming the district b Western Newspaper Union News Service. 3,300. 40,000 First Kentuckian Elected By Direct Vote district harmless snhst!tntc for Castor Oil, Pare-jror-K and Soothing S nips. It is pleasant. It ;,..J : ! Oii. :a, 3Iorphiuo nor other Zsarcotic c;.i i. i. i o is its guarantee. 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It is impossible to send sample copies, but we advise, however, that they may be seen on display al our office Louisville. J. C. W. Beckham, Dem ocrat, is the first Kentuckian to b sent to the United States senate bj direct vote of the people. He triumphed at the polls by a ma jority very close to 40,000. Johnsor X. Camden, Democratic candidate foi the short term, which expires March 4, is returned to the senate by a ma jority in excess of 40,000 and has the honor of leading his ticket hand somely. t.'M yWWWS-MWgr-- Republican, cap tured congressional honors again ir the Tenth district, claiming the dir trict by 4,500. In the Eleventh district Caleb Pow to congress on tin ers was Republican ticket by a majority of ap proximately 1,200 over John Hcnr; Wilson, Independent candidate. Calel Powers claims to have been elected bj 10,000 majority, and in a statement says he has carried every county in John V. Langley, JLjtTczZcJuM Tl V j mr JJ s"n jr s vrsr a w - z. F3 AVtoa a vk ft Have Always Bought COMrA4V In ggjEggrsgg Use For Over THE CENTAUCT NW YORK 30 Years CITY. the district. In the Third Appellate district Judg Rollin Hurt has won over Judge Jas Denton. Democracy in the Fifth district roll ed up record majorities for all its can didates.Swagar Sherley is returned to con ?ress for his seventh term by a ma jority of 15,071, by far the laigest h full-ter- li you want to keep posted on the war, place your order early The Srgnal will 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 of ler applies on new or past due subscriptions to the Signal All Orders Must Be Mailed To WHEN YOU mm WANT w 'ias ever leeched. Beckham earned the distiict by 12 :72 for the senator, whili Johnson X. Camden received ;i major ty of 13,307. Louisville Democrat were exuberant at their showing, an lcclaied no other district in the stati approximate the victory here. enera! Merchandise 2 Thel MT. VERNON SIGNAL Despondency Due To Indiges $ PEOI'LRS $ BANK $ tion. sons who have indigestion become discouraged and despondent Here are a few words of hope and cheer for them bv Mis. Blanche Bowers, Indiana, Pa. "For years mv digestion was so poor that I could only eat the lightest foods I tiied everything that I heard ol to get r lief, but not until about a year ago when I saw Chamber-lam'- s Tablets advertised and got a bottle of them, did I find the right treatment. I soon began to im prove, and since taking a few bottles of them my digestion is fine." For sale by all dealers. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF Ii is not all surprising that per- A Straw will Show the ! Way $ J. C. W. BECKHAM, ELECTED U. SENATOR IN S the Wind Blows KENTUCKY. Have you Noticed the Wonderful Growth of the $ PEOPLES $ BANK $ SAFE AND SOLID there's a reason. $ Every Banking Facility AMPLE RESOURCES $ For the Convenience of the People $ OF ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Use Us $ $ , Augustus E. Willson, former gov ernor of the state and Republican sen atorial candidate, gets second plac place and leads Burton Vance, Pro gressive, by a large majority. Thi race between Republicans and Pro gressives was the only real contest as the Democratic candidates ran va; ahead of their opponents in all in stances. The Progressive vote throughout th. state has dwindled amazingly, notabl; so in the Fifth Congressional district where the 23,000 votes cast in the las election has fallen off to a bare 8,00t at the polls. In the 11 congressional race; THE UNITED STATES throughout the state no change what FOK. THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF ever in the complexion of the Ken KENTUCKY tucky delegation was made Demo cratic candidates have been elected b In the matter comfortable majorities in all district, of save two, the Eleventh J.D. Pennington f In Bankruptcy. where John W. Tenth andand Calel Langley & Co. J Powers, Republicans, are returned tt congress. Richmond, Ky., The only new face in the entire Ken To the creditors of J. D. Pentucky delegation, therefore, is that o' nington & Co., ! Total Vote Is 38,000. The total vote in the district cas pproxiniatcs 3S,000, while a norma vote is in the neighborhood of 55,00( Xo trouble of any kind developed a he polls here. The election was ex edingly quiet. Little interest wa shown heie in any of the politica aces. Voters here evinced far more intei 'st in the race among school trustee .n which the women participated. Th andidates supported by the womer Messrs. Bloom, Gottschalk and Wea vor, were by handaome ma iorities. The commission form of governmen carried at Middlesboro, Hopkinsvilh md Harrodsburg and was defeated a Owensboro and Frankfort. At Owensboro a $G0,000 bond issw "orthe purpose of building a new cit: 'iall was defeated. At Winchester the proposal to gram he city council permission to ente into a contract with the Wincheste Water Co. to furnish water from tin Kentucky river was rejected. BECKHAM WINNER IN FAYETTE arm I m 1 ment GO TO JON lAo McKENZfE LD gm.LIAeLS THI EEaKsSESQ&Si ES?2Xia3PSy2ES g g Ifias. C. Davis "VT Ky. f" r8 rAggTafc-asgw- ff Lmuvjio a -- Chas. C. Davis ?a '"'r '" e. My Phone No. is (39) thirty-ninWe open shop at 7 o'clock a.m. and run open shop till 9 o'clock p. m. You are cordially welcome in our of of Wildie, in David H. Kincheloe, who succeeds Rockcastle, and district O. Stanley In the Second district. A PEOPLES 1 $ BANK $ $ -- reps iffrl W KABO 1T tf jj rrw - kicta Lire MocM CORSET Style 601 is an average figure corset, made of corded batiste. Finished top with silk embroidery trim. Has at rubber gore in bottorn of back section.a Has very low bust and long skirt. Is HasiOi-incXEX.h,$Uj5 front wires have featherbone at S?if?nkn?asihree Paire f supporters. oizes, ai to 32. h 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, fir, comup-to-d- ate I to spend vour F vou have nereoy given tnat on i9i4 the said T. D. & Co. was duly ad judged a bankrupt: and that the first meeting of his creditors will be held at the office of the undersigned referee in Richmond, Ky. November 13, 1914 at 2 p. m. at which time the said creditors may attend, prove their claims, appoint a trustee, examine the Bankrupt, and transact such other business as may properly come before said meeting. A. R.' BURN AM Jr. Referee in Bankruptcy. 2-?- aforesaid, a ionce is October , Pennington bankrupt. It Really Does Relieve fort and lasting service from a Kabo; it is made for you to wear. It is worth what you pay at any price. ES9 v - Price $3.00 For Sale by A. B. FURNISH BETHURUM & LEWIS .k Attorneys at Law in Bethurum Bldjr. Will practice in all the Courts. Offices CASTORIA Children Cry FLETCHERS FOR Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR Rheumatism in any form should l means keep a bottle of Sloan's Liniment on hand. Tne minute feel pain or soreness in a joint or muscle, bathe it with Sloan's Lidiraent. Do not rub it. Sloan's penetates almost immed- Fourth district Grayson and Green iately to the seat of pain, relieving the hot, tender, swoolen feeling and making the part easy and com FOR FLETCHER'S fortable. Get a bottle of "Sloan's Liniment for 25 cents of any druggist and have it in the house-- K against colds, sore and swollen ! T..- U !. 1 U(l JJ1HSLCI j ints, rheumatism, neuralgia, hchestand JJUIUUM cood coueh VU LUC a sciatica and like ailments. Your irternaily take would treatsvrun a seif you money back if not satisfied, but it case of sore lungs properly. vere does give almost instant relief. Get the dollar size Ballard's HoKEhound Syrup With each bottle there, is a fre9 Berwick's by-ald Rheumatism Everybody who is afficted with Mr. Becltham has carried nine of thi eleven congiessional districts. Swager Sherley, congressman, corr menting on his victory, said: "I am very deeply gratified by th large majority my friends have give me." In the First district the Democrat are claiming to have won by a m: jority of C.300, conceding Caldwe county to Willson and the Republicr ticket by 37 votes. Crittenden coun was the only other county in the to return a Republican ma'o'i' the count giving the latter party t advantr.e by 3C9 votes. Alben Eat ley was to cong es. The Democrats score- heiviiy in t' Second district, carrying seven out the eight counties, losing the count of Christian to the Republicans by majority of 1,500. The Democrat inajoMty in the district was 2,800. D; vid Kincheloe was elected to succee A. O. Stanley in congress. In the Third district Democrats an Republicans broke even on the com ties carried. Barren, Logan, Simpson Todd and Warren stayed in the Dem ocratic column, while the remainder of "the counties went to the Repub licans. R. Y. Thomas was to congress by 1,200. The ticket headed by former Gov Willson carried two counties in the - Lexington, Ky. J. C. Beckham car ried Fayette county by 195 votes ovei Augustus E. Willson. There was a heavy ele ment. The total registered vote in tn city of Lexington was 8,021 and onlj 5,621, as shown by the race for tht :6ng term as United States senator went to the polls, leaving 2,400 not voting in the city. Johnson N. Camden received 41! more votes than Beckham, while ii he county Camden's lead over Beck Mam was only 49. In the city Willsor ?ot 514 more votes than Bullitt, wliih n the country he got only 48 more. stay-at-hom- e at any time during our shop hours. We don't want to sell you anything yon don't want, but, oh my how we do like to sell you what you do want. Let us show you. place a CHAS. C. DAVIS FINN GOES TO TEXAS. Mt. Vernon Ky. j5KgKapqgvwTgyqW1 Frankfort, Ky. Governor McCrear esignated Lawrence Finn, chairma if the State Railroad Commission, t o to Texas November 9 to attend neeting of representatives of the vj :ous Southern States to plan a un orm method to regulate freight rater Jovernor Colquitt, of Texas, invite Governor McCreary to attend th neeting, but as the Governor ha nade arrangements to go to Alabam. o look over his plantation at tha time delegated Finn. FREE NURSERY PLANNED. Y?re&xvrTtKSB!;. laved Girl's Life 3 m have received from the use of Thedford's writes Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. 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