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The colors are soft and subdued, and most often the dark tones of blue, brown, grey and green. And because the dark tones lead, black unique mixtures, some smooth in finish, some rough checks and plaids, zibclincs, wool ratine and wool crepe, soft broadcloths and velvets, duvetyncs, wonderful plush and fur fabrics. Many of the smartest models arc finished with Fur bands and cord and tassel ornaments. trimming for edgings form a many a coat and suit. much-lo-bc-dcsir- is especially good. The materials include many beautiful and All these materials and colors arc well represented in our Bischof line of coats and suits. Come in and examine the new materials sec how delightfully soft and yet how warm they are, what practical winter garments they make. If you have heretofore found it difficult to secure a becoming color, let us proVc to you that this season's colors arc exceptionally easy to wear. Williams were here between trains Wednesday- .- George Pennington, who has been in the west for a few years is witn home folks for a few days. J. B. Hayso is Aisiting her M.r,s. ' Ed Quiun, at daughter. Mrs. A. PenParis, this week. nington, who.hasbeen very feoble for some time remains about the Frank J. Chenky. J. C. McGuiro, of Paris, Sworn to before tnei and sub same. scribed in my presence, this 6th was with relatives hero Sunday. day of Decomber, A. D. 1880. The series of meetings conducted do, but the young man died the Tyreo, Jr., and he is the proudest IlltODIIKAD . (Seal) A. by the Baptist people here was a Notary Public. following day about four o'clock father we ever saw. Mr. and Mrs Hall's Catarrn Cure!is taken in great success and much good was An ontertainment will he given in the afternoon. This was in Allen Hiatt were tho guests of Mr ternally and acts directly upon the accomplished as the meeting aud we and Mrs. A. M. Hiatt the first of by the graded school pupils on deed a very sad affair, blood and mucous" surfaces of the closed last Friday night at the Friday evening November 20th at hopo the boys and young men of tho week, and attended the Farm system.' Send ior' testimonials, time when a great many wr re get the Graded School building. This our town will learn a valuable les- ers Institute G. V Farris mov free. were F. J. Cheney & Co., To- tine interested but there entertainment will consist gof a son from it, and if any one is ed his family from Indhna to his other fields of labor waiting for ledo, Onio. r play by the high school pupils, guilty of violating the law by car- lutlo farm, near here, the first of them aud nothing else could be rying such weapons thoy will de the week. Mr. Farris moved his Sold by, all Druggists, 75c. eititled Jumbo Jum, drills, dialogs Take Hall's Family Pills fcr con done but close. G. S. Griffin has essays and speeches by the smaller stroy them, and taking the chances family to the Hoosierstate anum-- . stipation. purchased tho property of D. B. pupils. Wo hope the citizens aud of losing his own or some other bor of times, each time making on Main street, and Mr. For bALE My home on'Main Rambo, has purchased wagon. especially patrons of the school life. After services were conduct- the trip .in a the property Rambo will make it a point to bo presout ed by the Rev A. J. Pike at the Brodhead Basket Ball Team de- Street, lot 100 by 200 feet, near of Robert Shroder prices not the remains feated the Quail team last week in Freight depot in Livingston, all and WQguiranteo that no one will Methodist church, learned. Miss Georgia McFer-roMrs. Pilkenton were laid to rest in the cemeterv a score of i5 to 5 and i2 to 5. Tho necessary outbuildings, .concrete bo disappointed. was here between trains Sunt near the church. The parents, Quail boys came over Tuesday walks and concrete milk house, has the management of this day. Mr. R. L Thomris, of Winaud relatives and took anotheiy walloping at a good Cistern. There ,is a buildand nothing but success brothers, sibters, chester, is here this week and will result Begin- h we the sympathy of the ontire scoioof 22 to 12. Our boys admit ing lot in front oC this property start his saw mill in a few days is sure to be the more than I ning on Saturday evening Nov. 21 community. -- Miss Anna Cass, that with a little special training worth a good deal We understand that a couple of and Mrs. Katie Roberts returned tho Quail boys would be hard to would want lor all of ft, an Ideal the Rev. W. J. fludspeth, ot Lox Livingston's young folks will ington, State Evangelist for Ken- from a visit to their sister, Mrs. handle. Tho High School Basket location for Railroad restaurant get married iu Mt. Vernou totucky, assisted by the Pastor, the L. B. Hilton, at Stanford last Sun- - Ball team begins next Saturday and boarding liouseorfany kind o'. morrow (Wednesday), if so our Rev. Boyd Baker, will conduct a day. Mr. and Mrs Claud Griffin, with our boys at Livingston, then business house. $750; down gets write-uWill be next week. So Mrs. George Griffin, and"Mr. and on Thanksgiving day a double possession balance in 'two years, I revival at the Christian church. look out jor jhiS( Mrs. Marsh-bankIn our last weeks letter wo failed Mrs Earnest Thompson, of Mt. header will be pulled off here be- also own lot 83 by 103 feet with audtchildren, of Maretburg to mention the marriage of Her- Vernon, Mrs, Ike Horrin James tween Brodhead and Livingstqn, house 2o by 30 ft adjioning this have been visiting Mrs. J, A Ol bert Bell, of Grab Orchard, to McCall, of Crab Orchard, Mr. aud and Brodhead and Mt. Vernon. property which is for sale at a bar iver for a few days at this place. of this place. Mrs. John Cress, of Preifchers The League series will consist of gain. Reason for, "'.'selling have Miss Ola Frith, J. E Singleton and tho writer, who at eight games, and will prove to be bought otuer .property. Now is Young Bell is a son of Mr. and ville, are among those vent to Mt.4 Vernon on Wednes of Monroe an interesting affair. The Rev. time to buy rofiles'tatoMn LivingsMrs, Lewis Bell, and Miss Frith is tended the funeral day to deliver the ballot box- - and Mr. i'tanciscoiost oaturaay irora a J. W. Carter, of Wilmore, will ton. Write me. a daughter of Tilden Frith Singleton came off and forgot his Miss Lona McCall, of visit his parents, Mr. aud Mrs. J. 11.13-14- . J. w. Sams, and Mrs. Robert Hicks are rejoic distance. overcoat, hence hpMhad .to make Livingston, Ky. ing over the arrival of twin boys Maretburg, was with relatives F. Carter, and brother, Dr. W. F. Box 41 another trip. Itns funny, how a Mr, here Saturday and Sunday. Dr Carter, at this place and on Thursday of last week. Best. Cough Mkdicmr tor little defeat dpeswork ou a man's and Mrs. Hicks, who are now E. J. Brown, of Stanford, was will preach at the Methodist mind. Well, the election is over CnabitHN. about thirty one years old, having hero last Friday to see Monroe church Sunday. Rov. Carter is t as yc had sa,id Old "Three.years ago. when I was been married twelve years, are the Francisco inconsultation with Drs an able minister, and we hopo to living went Democratic by ,a in'lDittsbnrgh one ..of lily, proud parents of five boys und five Cartor and Gravely. Mrs. Wal- see many out to hear him. Miss children had a hard- cold and handsome majority, J. C. W. girls, all pretty, healthy children, ter Robins is spending the week es Minnie Gentry, Oma Brown a;ni coughed dreadfully. Upon the Beckham was Uected and we are ladies wore advice of a droggisfcrI purchased a except one little boy who had an with relatives here. Miss Mary a number of young lay down polover Tuesday from Quail to wit- bottle or uiiamberlairs Cough satisfied. Now lots which left Proctor is quite sick this week. attack of meningitis, itics and get down to "business him blind. Waiter Goodwin und E. J. Ford, Danville, was here last ness the basket ball gamo. Dr. Remedy and it titVfited him at once. itHhe best couch but all we can bear now is the of Crab Mondav, and he and John Robins Wilson, of Washington, D. C, was medicide MissAnnio Middleton, forchildren because it is war. Well as t9athat wo are not Orchard, were visitors to our town delivered a $875. piaho to C. C. here last Friday to examine t;he pleasant to take They do no ob- in it, and let's hit tho other man eyes of the Graded School pupils, ject to taking it," writes Mrs. La Thursday of last week, Mrs. W. Howell, a $000. piano to John Mr I. W. Cat-lido the worrying. and a $75. organ to Miss and found three pupils, affected fayette Tuck, Homer Rigsby spent last week here P. City, Pa is attending court in London vithrelatives and Jriends. Mr. Ma'ry Black. Col. W. A. Tyree with Tracoma. These children This remedy contains no opium or this week. Dr. W. T. Amyx and other narcQjit.- - and my be given to Rigsby came up Saturday apd ac- is not only proving himself an off- are of very poor parentage, two in asvconfidently as to an son, Clifford, wore in ?London Thurs-- d icers equal to the occasion, but is one family, and one ' in another, a child companied her home.-radult, Sold by all dealers. Tuesday. S. E. Pennington, of iyof last week Monroe Francis tue oest street construction man and wo hope that the treatment London, was heto Sunday. Sam had for several of their eyes will uot be neglected co, oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. T. the town has informed us that ho had sold out I K. Francisco, rccidently discharg- j ears. Mr. Tyree is a fine me- because of this fact. Dr. Wilson his livery stable and purchased a when a is sent out by the Government ed a revolver, theball tddnj effect chanic, and knows just Jbor lnlant and .Children, farm and had become a' tiller of in his breast, ranging toward his road needs work, and wheu to with tho hope that this disease The Kind, You Have Always Bought the foil. Asher Brothers, of have purchased a one half in right hip. Dr. ClraVcley and'Dr. stop after he begins. A few will be entirely eradicated, which Bears the terest in L. H. Dayis stock, of imtpediatelycallcd weeks ago Mrs. Tyree presetitcd can bo done with proper 12Z&? Cartbiiwote style ot the 4tfC4K goods and tho & Ashor Bros. firm The Farmers Institute Signature of gnd did'aH that medicalkitf could him with a fine baby boy, W. A. will be Da,vis in-th- o Don't put off getting your ncwvintcr clothe styl untiljthcstylcs begin .to instead of following it. hold liorp Monday nd Tuesday 1, 1 V I N (3 S T O N. ' " S ".J" proved to be veryt interesting. of Gr&rn , Prof and Mrs. Ogftt . MrsarL,Slfokorhas roturned Castlo. Ind, Prof. C. L. Clayton o5L(Ju!ville,'aid Prof. Douglas irom a yisifwith relatives at East ? svl&mmuoUB, End ,wort!,tllq.lec- - 'BerustaaV Mrs. J. E.JlVoonall, ' .?- L4Vr&,-i- ...- V)ff.ondon.."' Ky,. has returned wavnotihs larire ns wee Jloned it 'home after a few days' visif with friends at this place.--J- , W. Sams would be-- , great inter'ostivas',-rnQii. . i tested, ana we loeljlbut mucli.gpouj has purchased tjiefprdperty of P. will result, mo lectures given oy Dees," known as the "Sarqbrooks ' Prof.yuid Mrs. Ogg,&tHhe grad'ed prorierfyadjoiuing ttfwrrand will school building Monday evening cut it up into lots and sell them were fine, nnd wo hobo that they out, this is a tract of land adjoinwill ,bo sept here nguin t noxt year. ing town, price paid $1,500. One farmers won Mt busy that P. M. Dees has purchased a farm ni'anywore kept aocoUut on Rockcastle river of tho Cock-roestate, known as, the Bail's of harvesting their fciops r,hile Dr. R. patlfor firsts. Miss farm, price paid $1,400. thi? fine Tempest Wnrd wasnt home from G. Webb and David Smith have Fridny-untwith her purchased a house and lot of Bill Sui: parents, Mr, and Mr.Tj.H. Ward Poynter for tho sum of $400 Dr. Frank Waid (.topped oil here R. G. Webb is erecting a dwelling luesday on his return from Cin- on Gauley Branch. J. A. Oliver cinnati, and spent ihei day with has gone into the goods business homefollcs. Mr. Oliver had the misMr. andAlrs." R. L. again. Collier, of Ciab Orchard, were fortune lo loose about $7,000 by the guests of Air. and' Mrs. f. R. fire a days ago, but he believes In Mi.ss ' Myrtle t idt saying, "try again.'' J. P. E, CassAVudnosday Murray Is visiting rUties here DruramorUl has retumod from this week, Rmembbr Ihe Enter after a few day's visit. Miss Lucintja Bollard, hello girl tainment-o- n Friday "evoniug'tho 2nth. at the gUaded school build-in- at the Mt Vernon Exchange was thdrevival at the Christian with relatives here a few dais W. M. Bullock, of e'lUrch begins the following even- this week. ' trie Lebauon, Kv., is workinS a few Christian ing. Singing nt hurch Saturdiy nnd Sunday evon-n- days m the dispatcher's office Mrs while J. A. Childress is In Cincinby Prof. W.. A. Owens. R. S. Shivel and Mrst A. J. Leece nati, Ohio. J. N: Clark and Miss teceived a message Thursday Floreuce Pennington worit to Mt. marfii'on, 'jWedicEday-anmorning that their brother Willie'1 Gaylor, was jdead at Pinevilfo. ried there, aha'aro now in Cincin They left pntirat train lor Rock-bol- d, VHi), Ohio, on their hon'eywopn. where their parents liveand" Mr. Clark is a) good business man where the Uurial will take place) arid at present is 'clerking fpr his brother J.. P. E Druru-mpnMr, Sbivel accomprinied them. ; Miss Pennington is the Mesdauies-DM. 'Brown, 0. A bea'utifuland accomplished daughtFrith and R. jB., Albright er of Mr. and Mrs. A Pennington Vernon Wednesday having j May their path .Bo strewn with dental work done.' t Mpssrs,,, E4,S. Albright, roses. w. l,. uicnarus. vrcu rurnisu, ot OhlorcltytftTcIedQ. .1 State nHnaaBiBHIHkai A "-- .. t' Baker's Dozen: ', 3A- -, M , i A.. "t:.. 1 QR; awou J3 REASONS Why' Vou': sjbould 'trade" at ll l W. U. G. BAKER'S it.i t The largest Stock of Gen eral Merchandise in Rockcastle County to get what you want when you ' which enables you want it. 4 Kno-xvlll- e The righ t goods square deal. Satisfaction B Way. the That is ' g, right prices L nice treatment and a ker's or no pay g 27 years experience - as 1 buyer, together with ample cash enables us to buy merchandise at the very lowest possible;- figure. , , d Out' overhead expenses are less than most people's : l I If t In-la- d. I'M I in-Mt- . ravagance allowed iu running 'tho business. ' So we are enabled to ' Sell the same goods for lees money." 1. No ext- 1 JH l- ,JM We- "' - 1" have IK- T- '& liuVJODTiTrr,T-it4- SUTTON & McBEE Frank J. Cheney' malfes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney Jc'.Co., doidg City of Toledo, business County and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of Oue Hundred Dollars for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot the use ., of Hall's bo cured by Catarrh Cure ' S isf1 O? 1 our store buildings fixtures and mer- We pny no interest bocaufle we borchnndise. row no money. No mottgngo or notes against us. We are not compelled to sell at high prioes in order to pay interest on money to run the business with. u clear title, to.., p The smaller oiir expense -. account the less price the goods will We pay net, spot cash and give the benefit all to our customers . "cost you. 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. two-hors- e n enter-tuiumen- Thousands gLftki of Shoes now on Sale at an$ below manufac- turer's prices. needs Ybvu tan buy all your wintor indices tor Jess money. p ladies', Misses and Childr- f s for one half aud less, what you are asked for same goods elsewhere. en's Cloaks, Suits, Skirts & Waists Men's Suits from makers it of finest suits like Hart, Schafner Mark", Kirshbams, etc at less than maker's prices. Overcoats and Rain Coats at a fraction oi their real value; tu-da- and-jus- Ken-'tuhk-- - you can always find it at Baker's and under priced . Our greatest desue is to do you all the good we can. No matter what article you. may ncd, d Sig-ma- n, n On From War Prices, Overcharging customers, Shortweip"htsahd measurements, : Lying and exaggeration, O Lord, deliver us. CASTOR A .r' 1 Be-re- a, treat-men,- if "i c. .V. . 56 - k A I MT. VERNON SIGNAL ,,.., ' t s: - 'Friday, , Nov. 13. 1914 .PubHskid every Friday by 'EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. $1.00 OMcairnoN onb ykar Advertising rates maae known en application UKMBXROF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION lHIRraa 4gA5W Va.-Tknn. Bkistol, Mr.'.'as. Maret, 11 a 614 Sec.-Tre- , Mi. Vernon Commercial Club, Mt.ornon, Ky. Dear Sir: I thank you for your favor of October 18th. I have not had titne'to write the gentlemen sug gested by you, but have bad some correspondence with the Louisville Automobile Club, and enclose a copy of a letter i am writing them today. ' I believe they cay help your considerably, and they can help you to get your State Highway Commissioner actively interested iif this project, and I believe that it will be welt for you to encourage their efforts to help you.-Itheycaiinot get the automobiles to maice the trip, I suggest that you have'; a rally all along the route sometime early this winter other agency. ,. and educate your people as to the Thanking you for your importance of taking advantage of and with best wishes, I rethe stated offer to help build this main. road. I believe if you could get Yours vers truly, 100 or more of our maps out in HENRY ROBERTS. every county aiong the route it Chairman, Highway Committee. would be a good idea, and if you Try This Fou Youu Cough. make the trip let me know and I will supply your needs in this line Thousands of people keepcoiigh-inbecause unable to get the right In conclusion, I dosire to thank you for the Mind tbipgs you have remedy. Coughs ore caused by l said about me, and with best wish- Inflammation of Throat and Tubes. What you need is q es I remain; Take soohe this Inflammation. Yours very truly, Pr. King's New Discovery, it penHENRY- - ROBETRS. etrates the delicate mucous lining, Chairman Highway Committee, raises the Phlegm, and quickly reBristol Board of Trade. lieves the congested membranes. fGeti'5ocr bottle from your drug.... I ..!..gist. tin., iviuk a new uiscuvcry ul. tr! - it m quickly and completely stopped Bristol, Va..Tenn. my cough" writes J. R. Watts, Mr Eugene Stuart, AsB'f Sec, Floydale, Texas. Money back if not satisfied, but it nearly always Lonisville Automobile Club, helps. Louisville, Ky. f know and J shall be glad to lit you have all you can use. The prospects are good for hav-iHigh the Way gtiiiled nl way and Boono the way from Bristol to Cumber land Gap next ear, and a portion of it macadamized. 1 understand that Bell County is arranging to build a inacadtn Middlesborouirh to road from Pineville, by using the stateiid provided for.. 1 funds recently a r hope this is a fact, and would .like to hear from you about it. I am also informed thaur made io! raticcniGuts are being th rot irrado and tmictdauiiie from Crab Orchard to Mt Vurnbi. next year, and that the follotvjns! year tue roaa win oe compit'ieq to the Lame? from Mt. Vernon County line. Iliad a letter from Mr Eugene Stuart, Secretary of the Louiovillt Automobile Club the other day, asking for susgestions as to how their Organization might helpthe movement along, and I suggested that they might run an automo bile scout party from Louisville to Cumberland Gap during the latter part of this month. I told thiin the road was rough, but an auto mobile could 20 over it, and I re ferred him to Mr. Jam en Maret of Mt. Vernon. I hope you will keep this before tho people of your section, thru tho newspapers and in every other way, until the Highway is completed. I believe this great Highway will do more to develop tho resources of the country thru which it passes, than almost any n . Bristol-Lexingto- n BIB WHITER K'BK of of everything you want for Winter, consisting SpSBpSpSpSpSpSpSpSpSpSp jPP kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkks Will kkkfkkiaLkikV BMMgHaM Al ''. ,1 f1-- , ' . kkkkkkkkBi kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkak kfkkkH LrLrLrLrLrLrLrLrLrLfl kkkkkkkkkkkkHkkkkfl trLrLrLrLrJ KKKKKKKKm Ba88888888888a 8M8888888888888888888a RRRRRRJRRRRRRRRRRRRflRmRRRRRRRRRRf' kkkkkkkkkkkkkkka RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR1 ? Men's-Women'- s Underweaf, Yarn Hosiery of all kinds. Did you. ever see a Merchant have a Sale on Winter Goods at the very time you needed heavy goods at Wholesalejprices ? Then come to the Green Front and Childrens' Heavy Shoes, Heavy Fleece J. Eltchfs Suits-Fleec- Store, Pine Hill, Monday, Nov. 16th r and you will sec the vfry best Heavy Shoes in all stees for Men, Women and Children sold at prices to suit the purchaser. I am going to sell Big Heavy Fleece Lined Underwear for Men, Women and Children, at from J 8c to 37c a garment. Medium and Heavy Fleece Union Suits for Men at cost prices. Women's and Lined away under 50c cts a garment. Yarn hose of all kinds at c6st prices. e Misses' Union Good Outing Flannel at per yd Best QJjcpes atKper d Srge, regular $ I grade, Best ol all-wo- 6c - 4c ; Brop-phia- 30c to 37c Best grade 50c Srirge, per yd The Best Apron and Dress Gingham, 5c to 8c j ,tperyd4c Clarks O. N. T. Thread, per spool v - $. at per yd 63t good line of Men's and Boys' Caps, and Women's and Misses' Head wear in the latest styles at sale prices big line of Men's Wool Suits at from $3.50 to $6.00 per suit. Ladies' Coats and A A , 4 " V- Suits $2.00 up. IVar Sir: Pursuant to yours of October 30th, I mailed copies of the map to the gentlemen suggestod. You asked for suggestions as to the best course to pursue. It might be well to run an automo bile scout party from Louisville to Cumberland Gapyluringthe latter part of this month. The road is rough but the trip can be made, because I know of two separate automobiles havingmade tho trip this year. Jou. could take along some good speakers, and have the trip well advertised in adyance, conducting an educational and put it up to tho respective counties to take advan tage of tho state aid and construct the respective links next year so far as possible. We have aroused a great deal ot interest in this section, in this way. If you comtemplate doing this, suggest that you write Mr. Jas. I cam-psig- The Rockcastle County Bar ENDORSES B. J. BETHURUM will also give special 'prices on Groceries, Flour, Meal, Meat auo Lard, The old reliable Hammer Soap, d bars for 25 cents or 38 bars for $1.00. 1 READ THIS TOO. This is not a closing-ou- t sale. 1 don't want to quit the goods business, for the people in this section have stood with me and gave me good business in the past year, and my business has increased wonderfully in the past year, and I want to do a greater busi-nithan ever in thp future, and to show (he people that I appreciate their business I am going to sell them goods at the time they need them and at prices that will please all. ss Notice To Merchants. 1 haven't any bargains to offer any 1 will not sell any merchant merchant. quautiticsof goods at sale prices, for this sale is only for the benefit of the consumers as 1 have stated. Sale will begin Monday, November 16th, and will only last about 10 or 15 days. Come if you want Winter Goods at Having prk'es. Bring )our chickens and eggs. 1 Judge B. J. Bethurum was born Rockcastle and reared in this, County, Kentuckyr In his boyhood his disposition Ky., who Maret of Mt. Vernon, will be glad to help ott with the plans and publicity campaign and who can give you a list of names all along tho route. If you decide to do this let me know and I will supply you with number of the maps to distribute along the route, and will be glad to make further suggestions regarding, the trip. I am sending a copy of this letter to Mr. James Maret, Mt. Vernon, Ky. Mr. Maret is Secretary of the Boone Way Band, and Commercial of iho Mt. Vernon Club, aud Vice President for Ken- tucky of the Highway Association. Yours very truly, Bristol-Lexingto- n HENKY ROBERTS. Chairman, Highway Committee. BIISTOL MAID rifttl Vi.-T- OF TRADE Novnmber 7, 1914 Mr, J. H. Bartlett, Pres.. American Association Inc., Middlesborough, Ky. Dear Sir: I thank you for your favor of the 5th. I sent you 50 copies of the Highway Map yesterday afternoon by Parcel Pest, and if you rind yeu can uae any more let me was amiable and he was popular with his asso ciates. Ho was an apt student and acquired a good education. In young manhood he turned to the study of tho hvv and in the year 1895, he associated himself with his brother. Judge L W. Bethurum, for the practice of that profession at Mt. Vernon, Ken tucky, and which was most successful and was continued till the year 1906, when he removed to Somerset. Kentucky, and soon became thereafter Common wealth's Attorney for this Judicial District, which office be held till ho entered upon the discharge of his duties as Circuit Judge, to which office he had been called by the people at the November election 1909, and which office he is most ably and satisfactorily tilling For Sale For the tnn or to day. woman who has desire to convert As a man and citizen Judge Beinto a thurum is esteemed' by all; as a his or her rent receipti home, I am offering a substantial practitioner he was courteous, located near honorable and successful; as a four room cottage building in Livingsprosecutor he wa able and fear- graded school in yard. Will less, but always just and fair: as a ton, good water make too lot large enough to suit judge 1 e presides with ability, justice and fairness to all. The purchaser. I have two of tbese sale, lerms: rich and poor, the high aud low, cottages, both for $300. down, balance payable in all receive at bis hands that fair and impartial hearing And just twoytars. Write me. J. W.Sams, reward to which their causes en ii Livingston. Ky Box 44 title; and as such citizen, lawyer and official, we, his lifelong acA TEXAS WUNUER. quaintances, and associates at the The Texas Wonder ores kidney bar most gladly commend him. and bladder troubles, removingJ J. A. Owens, J W. Brown, grauel, cures diaoets, weak and S. C. Davis, S. D. Lewis, all irregularities of the kidneys G. M. Ballard, O. C. Williams, H. J. McClure, and in boty men and women. E R. Gentry, troubles in bladder W. H. Krueger, John M Williams Regulates children. If not sold by your Put a porous plaster on the druggist, will be sent by mail on chest and take a good cough syrup internally if you would treat a se- receipt off 1. 00. One small bottlo vere case of sore, lungs properly. n two months treatment, and selGet the dollar size Ballard's dom tails to perfect a cure. Snd Horbuoukd Syrup. With each for testimonials from his and otbor bottle there is a free Heruicv's states. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 Red Pepper Porous PLastkr for Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. Sold the chest. Sold by John Robins j by Dr ggist. Brodhead, Ky. Don't forget the Opening Duy, Monday, Nov. 16th. The Sale wil only last about 10 to 15 days or until 1 ca'i supply the trade with their heavy winter wear at the special low prices. ? ... will also buy corn . THE GREEN FRONT STORE r yi. J, E. MITCHELL PINE HILL, KY. 3 rmmondl ..Drop Tip EH3H ELKkVEELLWLLLRLRY""lV KIUIHCTI The Nw Fads For Fall SWAMM N9W ffsMe(y " ' 13-1- SSfi ATS For You. y$&3$yd$&if& GRANVILLE OWENS jtd$z$&c$yc&y&x&. P. H. Conover MT. VERNON, KY, Fron tRooms over Daker'a Store Phone 49-- fall to move properly. is an admirable bowel Dentist regulator. the liver and stomach and restores a fine feeling of strength Sold and buoyancy. Price 50c. by John Robins, Brodhead, Ky. Regulate the bowels when they HERB1NE x I UNDERTAKER I It helps Brodhead COMPLETE LINE Coffins, Gaskets and Robes Mail, Telegraph or Telephone orders Promptly Filled Ky r, Xlc9&3Ce3C3C8e3Gee3C8$ BETHURUM & LEWIS """Children Cry Attorneys at Law in Bethurum Bldg. all, the Courts . Will practice Offices 1 CA3TORIA FR FLETCHER'S I acoc ) :$ac$QiG dwn mXmmtZ DlSCOp nc-v- - ii4-- Ly tniNT SV n ;- -. - krt . ' ) I"' W" Ladies Long Coats $3. and up at Since its first issue, 27 years t)recdented gain is the more stnk- -' overcoats of the . agcv-CWilliams!,law card has I .g when it is... considered that the' new uainiacaans at Fish's. K.. ' ' , t,i- , Supt. W. A. B Davy, says" tie run e.very w;'ek (JjilFfe Signal. No net gaii) in thelust ;'tbree months Vernon, Ky,; Nov. 13 1514 Fish's. Mt. lha"n-thgalrj for the Start a banlc account with dol- has the second draw ior. theieach- - doubt this isthfiaige8t 'period is larger fisear'year 19.14. Si.ores of ers; that ,any ad'bas fevexVeeSn con- Up 'No. 7g" wnn lars you save by paying cash and Wan. (aCommunl. done'tnore postal sav- -' a a to wlthBIQNAUi trading at Fish's. Get your hunting license bsfore tinuoUsly in any riw2a'pe.r of the officesfhave v 31' M .., fugs business since. the war has Ii4. state." Granville Owens, of Brodhead, you go into the field, and avoid the Ji-r tfnfi liA uuiiiu uii iuuii wuo. uuuc uv t ueeu rm t u. uiu mu vuiMV" .uutma i , tljohrduriug' the previous exist-th- e has sold his stock in the Mt. Ver possibility pt arrest Heref Rockcastle Atfiuii'l.brary, in eucov0f:lheseVvice- - The' lion Telephone Co; I Us against the law to hunt office is cata- witbbut.linense, and nil persons in Tcou fined to no. special 1 aoo elect rf( Mt. Vtniuii lias No. i, It is ttfc old ".blue, ujes;but huv0 been felt, ln to huut shoud take out a lights. 9 linos is now being run .... .. LOUlSVIllC ANfttHVIUCR R.CO. uiicit speuerann w.is preseniea nook Hnd corner of ti,0 country. license. into the Asher Addi.oin yJ W one TIME TABLE. rh, London sentinel states that ' bofet teP Jlers of J0 county , " rue New York City alone: made a gain Get your hunting license. cow Vye assist him, by showing ., his f. 22 u&rth. .; city 5.04 pm and be ready for an early start. J. ti. Adams of that who is credited;, ... - ,, .. RpiK, the newest and best, styles Bi,n,.j ....ww..., u W..WKVV a rn. ... ..w.,, .... 3:53 a m there will be a ru h at the last giant "cabbage head, weighingn7, 24 nortn WltUfhavittRdone moro titan anyJativd) suggesting vjjat is- - tilbst beChicago re pounds which he raisel ou.his umer man iyr 8 south 11:39 a m minute uie causu ui vuucuv ported .a. larger- airi in the past coming and iidingr;hinj to m . ,, .. 'farm near London. 21 South r 01 v.um 771 12:19a isi ion in thislvaiou. Thisv-boo- ' Tile tin vin nui.u i.iiiy thretfTnonths than for tho previ' find clothejiU.tp'Shit his ,. .;;, t ,.ii.i ,. j AS. ivandrum, Agem, berland Gap hus electric Reports came from the lied Hill' otjillowed'to he'jcarricdurorn'thei i, lights v . ,;;.. .1, iweive muuuis. more man .needs. We 'lit Him with Phone No. 8. Goochland W b n!v0l,e f0l. lm. firA yaluodl7I0Dp.new.itccounts' j. j,jnce ,jie l)0om Mullins Station and were opened care and exactness and. communities ihat there ismoiQ days.' .auiuuuf yi a Kiuav.4 "'" KWU Miit lnVKii.rini. iA Knn.' vut. Mt Vernon, Kjr. Po.toffice .7 f uuugiug fl, Kntervl t the when we. sell him one of- whisky being made man is thete ior inspection of all,4v"'"t) ot depositors in that city moonshine mall matter. number u The Game & Fish Commission and sold in those sections now who wish to see it, Call on Supt. up to over 21,000. is sending a paid Special Warden TCS ' Davis, , , ' ; , The unexpected increase in PERSONAL into this county with instructions than ever before. has not , Bert French, T5, to enforce the law. of Suits or Overcoats, we beTHE GAME& FISHCOMMIS; S T. Proctor is very sick and it the" late WillidnW French of the only a'dagd greatly-tthe general SION' is sending a ' Special Wardlieve that they are the best -is feared has typhoid." duties., of the sys- with insrjuc-tion- s Mullirs Station gecop"tyas lodged administrative The open season for hunting be- en into this county clothes made'; selling at TJ. G. Baker went to Louisville hfondftyoh a charge ot .tem, but has brought up many to etvforce the game laws, in jail here gins November 15th and ovary V new and interesting problems Tuesday to buy goods. cuttinc Herbert Anderson while hunte. should procure his license The Commission hopes this ward on his way home itom Red Hill which hW called for the careful Sam Pernlngton was here from before going ' en will not have to make arrests into the field. ; of Post week. church last Saturday'night. Wit personal csnsideration . London dutlbg tho but he aud his local deputies will Mrs. Steve Prewitt of the Pine actively "itheqd; hadt beeji no niastoor GenerarBurleson and Gov nesses atid K. P. Vin Raymond Davii cover the county faom They are all guaranteed to cent of Garrard County were here Hill section, died Wednesday and this date to the end of the season, previous trouoie between ine ooys ernor Dockery, Third Assistant give satisfaction. They was buried vostsrday afternoon at and that French',) was stabbing' Ppstmtfster- General. ,But their Wednesday buving stock. and violators will, be punished. task' has beet lightened somewhat good or we; will. must make Anderson before ho knew it, Mm. S. Riddle has roturued the Lovell burying ground near Anderson is in a serious condition by the promptness of depository from a week's visit to friends ut Burr. POSTED. at the home oi his mother jnear banks inurnjshing additional Crab Orchard and Quail "Hours" and not 'tho w.ord We, themidorsigned, strictly abnormal deMr. and Mrs. George R. Reams "houses' should have been used forbid hunting or tresspasssing in Red pilt schofht)Use iptheEast'-er- n largest lines of good clothing, ' carry( posits." JftMnbor of the very . pardf fls,ybunty..J are visiting their two sons and a in our article last week in refer any way upon our premises .and. shoes, largest" bamefeih ,the country, which Verrton, daughter at Trenton, Mo, ence to time required Jor train will prosecute to tho exteut of the Edwurd Frerhing, agd abou't have herfet6fore declined to' qualiMulllus is here passing a given point and sell Mrs. Waiter cash basijs which in hauling law any one guilty of so doing. 21, who says his father is George fy as depositories for s from Colorado the guest of Mr. n train of bellast 66 miles in Mrs Josie Da vault, W Q Hysinger Fleming,--' wealthy iarmer, Hying'' yout funds, are now. among the 'L: :.. fit length. anl Mrs. R. B. Mullins. David Hysinger J.J. Hysinger at. uwasso, A.! uKiaaomu, is register- eager applicants for thorn.; , . T. J. Pennington . . u Mr. and Mrs. trade a' cash store J4. B. Lair, . ed at the cMy jail 'herd oaihelcharge Old Cull says while digging po- Jack Hyunger, spent Saturday and and children REMARKA.liJjKiJUKB Pf QROUP Gus Staverson, of horse stealing.. Overeat. .Rich tatoes a short time since, to get a T. B Lair, W Stand By What You Buy." .'J'V Suuday with relatives here. Friday-- he hifed a fine' T. N. Nee. ' "Last winter when my lftile boy mond last large ouo for the pumpkin show, Hunt heits M . and Mrs. Bon P. Eberhart horse from BobiyValkoiVJrie Vyell hqdcroppjfibt'bhnva. bottle of ho found a big one in which was CSMETRRY IMPKOVEMENT , AS- Chamberlain's' Cough Remedy. 1 and daughter, Miss Agnes, were a rat's nest and four young mice. known horseman, and wtating he honestly Monday nights believe it saved has life," sociATioN:--from London Monday. here Theskiuwas left on top like a mcpting an organizaiiou of above Would be back in.twq. hfl.urs. , In writes Mrs. J.'B. Cook, Indiana, E. Albright and trap door. Mesdames'U. stead of bringing the horse back Pa. "It cut the phlegm and renamed association was effected L. M. Brown, of Hrodbead, were ho rode this way arriving hire lieved his coughing spells. I am News comes from Livingston Miss McCord, Qnairman, appointin town Wednesday shopping. most gra'tefulfor whab this remedy about 8 a. rnV'Suturdayund-Wdethat our ever faithful correspOti-penden- ed the following finance commit, has done for him. ' For sale by of the Burr hors'e to C. A. Davis, the liv-Mrs. Eliza Cook Will Owens was taken to tee: Mrst W. J. Sparks, Mrs. the all dealers. section, is visiting her brother, Dr. eryuian, for another horse and London Thursday to attend court, Cleo Brown, Mrs. T. J. Nicoley, The Horns of Good Clothes. The Louisville Times apt'.y T. P. Caldwell aud family at Lon but wo are ut a loss to know $15. The.nc mak jhg, his way to Fannie Adams, J. W. Mrs. lias been Livingston sol d the Davis horse saysi Adult illiteracy don. .whether as a witness or prisoner, Brown, Dr. A-- . G. Lovell and tofa wiped out in Rowan county, bt Sigman, of Broad-landman'fo'r 'h.jo. Just as he Mrs. Becky Howover we understand he was Tames Maret. Subscription pa' ' ' , T rr T7 Illinois, widow of late David wasiroady to takothetraiu to get caus.e one woman ;eu her mind chained to another prisoner. pers will be taken around for the away Sheriff Mullins received a Sigman, is visiting Rockcastle relijliteracy is i The oldest gravestone in our purpose of raising funds. A cir- messaetfrWvRiclimlnla stating that.puo-jiidujatives. cular will also be.prepared to send w4?swanj;eA?j3Pe was ar going 10 00 wipeq oiu.iu rveumcKy has, been in. cemutiy. on Which a date, can be to bth6rcountles antTstaTes ' few days,"doing discovered shows the yea"r I813 out restea at Livingston" ard brought, because the women of the ,State Stanford for a to rel- to persons hiiviug relatives and to Mt. Vernonndplaced'in ;ja"il, hav6 sej;lhef minds somo stenographic work for Atty. and is that of Joserh Crrson, a . cemetery the' achievement' of that purpose. lilt D. C Poyntor. Tho "C" Iriends burled in our ative of Mr. Walker came over Monday Pur line, of Couch Cla8kets George Florence. requesting aid 111 the undertaking is Mr. Poynter's name stands for ' and took bis horse, ba.ok J'.ome., The women are led by Mrs, Cora . is unexcelled- Little Nellie Cox has fever. Carson. This burial took place .if changing, this burying ground wlio, Mr- - Davis got his horse and the Wilson Stewart, Hand-madCoffins furnislfed This makes two of Mr aud Mrs only a few years a virtual wilderness J;o., a. fought and won the fight alter Rockcastle from money paid. , . Robt Cox's children which are county was organized. beautiful landscape. The sum adult alli'toracy in Rowan. against Hearse seni to all parts of down with typhoid. required to do the work of im Neuralgia of.the face; shoulder,, Allied With their organization are . . , the County Prot. Pilkenton, of the Brod- provement will probably bo $1200 hands, or feet jeqjiirea a power- tho,.press, the pulpit and' the city, Sh.lton M Saufley, Editor of ful remedy that" will penetrate fhe the I Ueriorjourml. is tipped us head high school, has the credit When the work is cbmplefc d no flesh. All prders by Vvjre, Promptly Filled BALLARD'S SNOW county;apd State admtnistar.tions moonlight one need be asliamed to take visit' Private Secretary to U S. Senator of establishing the first LINIMENT possesses that power Stop caughingl v, ou rack the school in tho county. That town ors to view thocity of our dead. Rubbed in whre thopain is elect J C. W; Beckham. tfolt lungs and worry the body. B AL 5SUt ' Mrs. A. B. Furnish and little also started the lirst graded school Thirty men workeit two days, thJK is all that is necessary to(' fqrieve LARD HQREHQU.ND SVRUP Konp94.SV SStt' ' MT. VERNtf, KY is nev- week in'clearing out briars, weeds suffering and restore irormal con- "checks lriifaHon, heals 'the the iiii son, Ben Wanzer, are with her in Rockcastle. Brodhead wyvyy'wyyawjyrii .Robins, lungs, and restores comfortable er slow and is usuly first on tho bushes, etc., from the grounds. ditions. Sold Jby ' parents, Dr. and Mrs. 0. M. Brodhead, Ky"-1breathing. , Price .25c, 50Q and Wanzer, of Urbana, Ohio for a two ground of pushativeness with Other days next week the work $l.bo per bottle. Sold by John both feet. will bo continued untill the premThe war in Europe is proving a Robins, Brodhead, Ky list. But back of the statistfes week's stay. MOONLIGHT SCHOOLS big boon to postal pavings in this another' picture comes out, pfa', punpkln shown ises are cleaned. a Rockcastle boy, Tho corn and J. L. Smith, Livingston Presbythuian It .was, the eagerness of the country. From the very day couple crossing .the; t) L. & N. for a was such a big success that wo who worked for the ' L. T. Stewart, of Wildie, won hostilitiesopened'across the.4l'seas people to learn and the fine offer- mountains toward a lighted Church of years, is now with the are counting on having four big tho $3 prize offered for tho best number postahiaving receipts began 'to ' The following services will be ing of the teachers to serve that that picture changes presentSanta Pe, with headquarters at events in that line hero next year. ear of white corn on display in inspired Mrs. Cora Wilson Stew- ly to another of tho increase by leaps and bounds and held next Sunday, i5th. Thpre will be the poulry show; Los Vegas, New Mexico. art to extend the work begun in couple, seated in a little cabin, , Fish's window, This ear is onlyjf jthdra.wals fell off, quite Sabbath School 10 a., m. is very sick and the vegetable show; the fair, and, Mr. W. H. Uox Rowan county to other parts of their heads close together, smil- long, has lb. rows with' cdutrfiry to the predictions 7J2 inches of Supt. Mr. John Walton uce Wednesday the end has then the corn, pumpkin and grain 48 grains to the row, making a manyji.weU informed persons who," the State where illiteracy lies ljke ling over a letter that has come ' V Morning Service ti a. m. big thing is total of been expected at most any time. show. Anotner The w,ork from'a certain house In" "the'eity. ' a night on the land. 864 giains and weighs 13 in their imagination, saw lines of. - Night Servic- e7:0 p. m. t Cox scheduled for i9i5. tho building ounces. It is called the Prolific Mr. Friday Morning: has. gotten under headway in such feverish depositors at Preacher, Rev. John M". Macmillan Irregular bowel movemegtslea'd.-:.-tof Boone Woy, Crab Orchard to variety which came, from the improvement. shows a slieht a manner that she and the other pay windows anxious to regain rec Mr. Macmillan comes to chronic constipation and a cop- -, vernon. the state of Mississippi a few years tum their savings to the boot-leH. H. Hutcheson, who has been Mt. stipated habit fills the systdrri Mfith the 3rd. Sunday of every leaders, are already seeing shall impurities. HEROINE is a great' M. G. Fish and Ass't. Cashier, oft the Citizens Jesse Fish, ago The judge, Mr. R. A. Ogg", and body-bedepositories whence mouth, and beginning next Sun- dawn of the day when there Kentucky. bowel regulator. It purifies" the ' in accept father and son raised corn in the of Greeucastle, Ind , considers they came illiteracy Bank of Mlddlesboroj has before ihtrusteti'to day will preach morning and be no vitalizes the blooded a position with the Kinnard-Slee- t same field, 'one half each. The this tho best of the 5I white ears Uncle Sam. But the 'forecasters evening. We nave uoou jviusic, There has been no time for dis" system, digestive organs in and , tine, of that fathor cultivated his in the old on display. couragement, . because the task puis the Willie Doan, ot failed to reckon on the absolute, stimulating preaching, and a royInsurance Company, Pr)ce 5pc. v vigorous condition. i city. fashioned way. The son used im Hansford, won tho $1 prize for confidence of, the A'encan'citizeri al welcome for all. Comeand bear was a giguntic one; aud there has Sold by John Robins, Brodhead. ' ' ' ' Cook proved methods he had learned at the mixt ear which is of the' regardless o'f the that first the Gospel proclaimed in song been, no cause for, disheartenment, ,Ky. Atty. and Mrs. James R. ' --t " r what with the thousands that are in school. The crop raised by tho Bloody Butchet, variety. These met htsjeyes.in tlYe ability aula and stor'yi- motored over Irbm Somerset Tlie Hockcastle Fjscal CurL ., nightly :taking hold of the their new Ford car and have been son almost doubled that of the two ear's can be seen at any time purpose of the Government to took a great step forward at ifteir. ., . MARRIED , .r , . is opeuing a. new world carry out its.obligatio.ds;tiot only the guests of Judge and Mrs. G. father. Mr. Fish is now con vine at Fish's Clothing Store. and Miss to them. Mrs. Stewart almost session VVednesday, whoa .h.ey ; Mr. John N." Clark The corn show in Fish's among the nations Qfr-.thSaturday. Mr. ed there is something in new methM. Ballard since earth, from ajl unanimously passed, a. resplutipn. , window which was' started, when the htflhbiesJfiiRitizen of Florence R. Pennington( lioth'of- daily, is Cook is one of the many Boone ods. ,, s f ...the State ..written y 'asking for Rockcastle's, portippof, Livingston, at the Rockcastlfc Ho- - part E Bullock brought, in an ear of .' J Way Boosters. be, .levied. t U. S. Berry a id Alfred Alexstudents who, the state road fund to fine corn tor Inspection,"" has -- Two:itnportantresu)t5 have fol tol, Mt'Vernon, on' Wednesday moonliglit school Tuley( Owens, son of Logan ander, two progressive farmers of his ago; coqiu in i9i5, to be spent, as a, begin- .., Nov; nth, i"9l4. Rev.- - 'JoUmM onlyra,few '.mouths Owens ot the Burr vicinity came the Conway section, planted seven created greater' into rest than any lowed j. thousands of, pjjoplo, large-lyb- f niug on a macadamjzedj. highway, In foreign brthcctitomed to Macnxillarfbfficiatirig. AfteivthC neither, repd. nor w.rite..th.eir name. leading in Wednesday from, Koka, Va. acres in cane on May I9 and on thing that has been pulled off from the. ;Lincolrir to the, ceremony and groom, The Jead.qrs.jg the war.ngainst He is the victim of falling slate in Nov; 6, they finished making sor- the agricultural.line. A complete send their s'tvjng5,'' bi'oadf'afd feft'on-No- . Laurel coimty. line, his . canno.t . 23,.ttraini- - for exhibit," including every now patrons of our illiteracy believe that h8 ls tbe ia a mine which occured Septem ghum from this seven acres and farm be done in one yer dnd the,, reso-- . .. They- - will spend critical tjme in the. movement. Is ber in Va., having his right hip found they had 885 gallons. They thing produced ou the farm in- system; ppd.enorrapui sums of the north end., about two weeks on the trip, tak Thoybelievo.it for this reason: lution provided that booked for next year and it is actual casli Tiavp been jreleased for borken twice and his left' leg pnekt this sorghum in gallon from Mt. Vernon .to .the Lincoln,. after' Mrs. Stewart and her coworkers tended to make next year's "show commercial uses among our own ing in Ciucinnati.-StrLoulbroken once. bullf drst. The ., county line'-bbuckets and shipt over 100 gallons an exhibit worth "while. whenjtuo'neeU for which they will make' their future have caused, the illiterate sections people ata-tiajelected Coun- to thestate of Illinois and sold S. F. Brown, was they resolution, with a; full account., of . John II . Coffey, who lives out dollarjs' pressing. home in Livingston. We join fn of tbe.Sta.te,to bo stirred as published ty Judge at McAlistor, Oklahoma about 500 gallons in Berea ' at So three miles on the Langford Sta- o'vpry available extending our congratulations to have .nover been stirred before; by the movement, will be week's, issue of the largest ma- cents per gallon. They haye over in the next led his ticket with the incessant campaigning they have tion road won the $2.00 prize offer the United States has been s'teady this worthy couple. jority ever given a candidate in 100 gallons now for sale. oagorness.of, tho illiter- Signal. ed by B'ish'&for the heavies pumo-ki- and healthy and tho system has aroused tho IMPORTANT, that county. Another Rockcastle Of the once numerous family of His weighbd 85 pounds and .filled in, .important gap between Mrs. George 0. Fish, of tho ate themselves and the enthusiasm Bear in mind tbatChambe'riain's of the teachers in their behalf. Gon'l. Wm. 'Smith, :.who seventy"-"'- ' boy, Conn Brown, was puslied. in- "Willows" near Buckeye, has is a crowder. This and the other to the office of County Attorney placed in the vegetable display in pumpkins shown will remain on tne tinjcandep isitory and tile fac- Tablets not only move' tho bowels There is scarcely a section of the five years ago.pwned tory paymaster.. Qn Jujy L.when ujJjJcunr aim at Ar(msas Pass, Teicas, without Fish's store window, a gourd with display for some, time along with affairs were.erunoingmootJilyJ .UUl JU1JJJOVC uiudigestion. For State that, haslet been visHemp portion of the land in and about strengthed; the is Bob opposition. Then there a handlo about a yard in length. the vegatables in Fish's corner the interest pi" the moonlight Mt. Vernon, besides thousands of saje by all dealers. Brown, made Postmaster at Som- A note attached says: "For Mr. window, This exhibit was suffi- nere anu uoroxa ana tne trans school enthusiastSj with tho result acres out in the county, and1' left .crossr tho.Ai' r erset, with other states-- to hear Maret's use in offering a toast cient evidence that' just" as good mission that the work has been organized numerous descetidantSj there is' lahtiq, was safe from. It seems to bea . ' c to the point ol splpndl'd 'working but,onein tlucounty; bearing-the- ' frcm spout spring water at the things can be raised in Rockcastle there was aonroximafniv&lS.OOO. ATTORNEY-AT-LA' year, we arer glad to completion and dedication of . " machinery ,t ' - 1 family name Miss Iotie Smith ''-ascan begrowtiauy.where, Those OOQot postal saviegs- s'tandidg to A KVj. ay. talk daughter of 'the late- W a.giv.at.,deal ? Bcone Way. of. That highway who were in the contest this year the cted'tt'of abo'iff'J600 deposi- - -' '" ' . TheraJs I "r us to thank Mrs. are determined to try :todo 'boYter fors. Since theiiJover- $10 000. "WrOEFICE.- - Oa acdvr floorrfo labont raising. Kentucky's stund- - Smith. "Gen'l. Smith was' thti: V "bcoster"asks - LOCAL grandfather of Church iog io the illiteracy column, and great great-gre. .. . .w .,.. uu ; 01 aoposiDs nave been adueu The Bank of Mt. Vernon, on uuAiuuuiiwowLoitijfiwjreuiuai street. Special" ttentionj .giveq thert a fine vjsion abroad 'of.'the LQuis' Miller,' drug' it oe preserved to oe usea scores of other farmera will join and the number win Coooer oLdeposltors has coUec'tlons standing at; the top of the clerk in the store of C. Ci DavU: Fish's, on that to be memorable occasion, in and get'thespirit of "improve." increased enormoiisly. Tbls. ur o State fl. and tnoie,, for. men, at Phone No, 80. ML VERNON SIGNAL) TPesmartest uay aie me - . e en-tir- e 79 79 " ,.. - '. . k mm 4 1 W 1 to Look at ts local-)ogtie.- 1 11 A A . CL0THE3 I --. e. - . 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It was an old time Democratic victory, probably the greatest In Kentucky In thirty years, tho majority going above anything given the party in that long time, and Mr. Ithea was tho recipient of hundreds ot tolegrams complimenting him on his leadership and campaign mnn agemant for tho party. It Is conceded that tho overwhelming result wob largely duo to organization, In getting tho people urouscd and to tho polU to vote. Chairman ilbea has long been known down In tho Third .Congressional district as a campaigner, but this was his first exporlenco covering so much territory. Ho brought tho methods of organization whlph made him so successful In county and district politics He dovoted Into the stato fight. ovory energy to tho work, selecting his own campaign commlttco and all of his usslstunts and personally directing every move that was made. Not content with running ono special rraln through Kentucky bearing a national character, Mr. Bryan, as tho star speaker, he conducted another on 1 moro extensive scale, which carried only Kcntucklans as spoakcrs and campaigners. This proved moro successful than the first and did much to arouse the voters to tho necosslty for turning out on tho day of election. County and precinct campaign committees were everywhere named early In the contest, and wero kept In touch with tho State organization and Its speakers' bureau to tho end that every section of Kentucky had Its. n Lo-pa- n WANT news.each week, and fn the weekly Enquirer you will get in condensed form the war news of the entire week. This offer applies on neworpastdtie subscriptions to the Signal. All Orders Must Be Mailed To Thel want to keep posted on the war, place your order early. 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Write, wire or see E. T. M ULLINS, 10 80 31 Mt. Vei non, Ky. It is not all surprising that per it there's a reason. $1 AMPLE RESOURCES FoK Sale.-1 cutter; Every Banking Facility V. 1 For $ the Convenience of the People $ OF ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Democratic speakers urging upon the people tho necessity for going to the polls and voting to uphold President Wilson and his peaco policies for the American people. Tho ono feature ot Chairman Ilhea'i campaign which particularly stands ou' In the political buttle just won was ir his handling of the political situation In the city of Loulsvlllo and tho Flftl Congressional district. Confronts ulion he undertook to make the part campaign with tho fact that the heat of tho ticket had lost Louisville li tho primary laBt August, nnd comlnj out of that city In tho olcctlon o Tuesday with over twelvo thouim majority for that nominee, Dcmocratl hats are off to their chairman. Fui thor, he had to. deal with tho fact the Louisville had had the hnbit for so eral years past of only weakly bui porting Democratic candidates nn very ofton giving a majority agalm them at tho polls. Out of all of thl he brought a result that far su passed the expectations of those wh wero associated with him in the fli'.li tho largest Democratic majority th Fifth district has given In over a quai ter of a century. Tho same clover methods thn brought this about in Louisvllh served as well in pretty nearly. over) section of tho state in the electlot of Tuesday. Every Congressional dls trlct worked harmoniously with the State Chairman, and in overy ono o! them tho vote was nearly such as It would havo been with local races on in the counties. That the victory Just achieved paves the way for Democratic success in tho State election of next year is the opinion of the party-- leaders and eery ono conversant with political affalra in Kentucky. 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