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Mount Vernon signal Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1915 mou1915101501 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1915 $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. ; Published Every Friday VOLUME XXIX. Bllilll r" MT. VERNON, v mum COUNTY. t DISOOLOKhD bl-ux- o o A P ZS. milivAt Established 1887 NUMBER 3 ROCKCASTLE lV . FRIDAY. OCTOBER 15, 1915 H y ' ' MARKTBURG. XT3 fcg3B3K 6 a New Fall Styles IN SUITS la 'nill a Wrfffe COATS MILLINERY THE MODELS here will you some idea Winter Bischof garments. But to appreciate them fully, you must come in and see them. of the charm of the new Fall and J JHlM. j J&&0' 'V' ( V novelty plushes, corduroys, fascinating plaids, checks and mixtures, poplins, broadcloth,gaberdine. And the new colors Prune, Eggplant, Battleship Grey, See the beautiful materials Soul Brown, - t , '" &: ' if,! '" Negro Brown. Olive, Bottle Green, Regimental Blue, Midnight Blue, find Putty. garments You'll bo sure to notice how far above the ordinary the suggests tlio skill of the master mind every Itne themselves are-h- ow style exflcuied by the master hand. How in every garment the latest no two are alike. features are brought out yet every fig B'selnt earments in e mad to suit women of every age and is so wide w.th Bischof prices. The range It is the 3me utc - women who that there are utlracuyj models for the limited as to dress economicprice. jilly as well as for the woman who is not a Bischof coat or bUUe up your mind now that you are going to Ijave Theu come in soon and select it. suit this winter. Misses Judith and Lena Every Woman Should Know who are teaching near Wil die, visited home folks Saturday There are three entirely difThe speaking hero and Sunday. ferent kinds of baking powder,, FxMday night was well attended namely: and all seemed to enjoy it. Mrs. (1) Cream of derived L,ula Cross and Miss Mao Bray, from grapes ; (2) Alum, a mineral aoid; and1 of the Wabd section,spent Sunday (3) Phosphate of Lime. with Mrs Sarah Wallen and at (1) Baking Powders mado of tended Sunday school Mrs 'Cream of Tartar add to the food; Charles Bethurum and Miss Sibyl the same healthful qualities that) were in Mt. Vernon shopping exist in the ripe grapes from J Monday. Mrs. Wick Thompson which Cream of Tartar is derived. continues very sick. Misses (2) Baking Powders made of , Beatrice Shelton and EInorax Frith, Alum add to the food some form oft visited Misses of Brodhead. Alum or Aluminum, a heavy metal, Goldie and Anna Emerick trom wholly foreign to any natural1 Fridry until Sunday. article of food. J. K Van hook is having some carpentering (3) Phosphate of Lime is madaj from rock or by burning bones work done on his residence h ch which by chemical aotion are will add greatly" to the looks of changed into a white, powdered his already pretty home. The acid. is used in baking powder) writer had the pleasure of attend: only beoause is a cheaper ingthe Teacher's Association at substitute. k Brodhead, Friday. I'm sure each A Cream of Tartar powder never contabu " visiting teacher felt amply reAlum or Phosphate. . warded for being present at this Every housekeeper should read; meeting. Miss Bessie Shivell the names of. the ingredients spent Sunday afternoon with Miss printed on the label and know, what she is using. Zelma Hall The school at this placo Is planniug on having a ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.. Rally Day, Friday, October 22nd. New York A special program is being prepared. School is getting on nicely and muoh interest is being " manifested by the pupils. They TONED UP WHOLE SYSTEM these tablets a few months ago. "Chamberlain s Tablets have Th will bonearu from in future years not only cured mc of bl,H0US done more for mo than I ever attack8i sick ileadache and that dared hope for," writes Mrs. Es- tued out fceli but toned ther A ae Baker, Spencerport, N. ho,e ie by For JOR FLETCHER'S used several bottles of A Dea,ew Y. Mc-Call, tartar, It it Children Ory CASTO R.IA '! sy3t W t All (I II 1 1 vmt flu VrV IIIIIMllMllliitilMIIIIMIIIMII! tttfMiifitlMiM" tt:i:ttfts ,:)::,j:t:tt!i!,jtj::jti!,ttjttl iiiS tlt(eBl(AiauaiBiBBaaaii et,aeaij iin ) i :tt;v BAKER'S Mt. VERNON KENTUCKY , LA ,lLff;iL ft Nl wurw; 5Vrr?V?3Xi X Hrv llf. "J ISIlTTfH ra Lll McBEE We I H5KDIZ2ZZZ2XX2ZGtXa3Sa candidacy. A good ill crowd was out to hear him. Dr. T t Walker Owens, of Mt. Vernon, was here between trains Wednes- The Commiltt'e that was ap day. pointed at Mt. Vernon to meet the THE OOLD3 OF MANKIND " CURFDBY PINES. Laurel county Committee was in our town Tuesday. But we" have Have you ever gono through a not yet learned what they did but tyical pine forest when you had a impulse ii if wo hear aright the Laurel com- - cold? What a vigerous sent! How you opened wide your jiuttee wants to come down Park- - unes to take in those luvigorut fe s' Cieek and that would compel ;ng an( ,yseriods qualities. he nike to coover Gaulev and we Yes. Dr. Boll's ., not even . on . ' . tne right 01 nossesses thoe stimlatlnc auali be wouia hackirg way. A Mr. E. A. Chilton, of ties and overcomes covghs. The inner lining of tin London, is an independent candithroat is strengthened in its at date fur Representative against E tack against cold germs Every Bullock. Well, Blisha, there is family needs a bottle constantly ct hand 250. one more river to cross. G. S. Griffin was in Mt. Vemort THE REST OF THE TICKET Tuesday. Dr V. T. Aniyx was 'In ordfir tUat the Democratic , in London Tuesday. Atty. War- - party n)ay be able to invito a be- rf Stanford, was hero net 0f jts own to sit at the table tween trains Tuesday. Mrs. G. whon we celebrate our great vlct S. Grifiin and children have re- - ory al Frankfort this winter, it turned from a visit with relatives behoves every lover of the party to al Mt. Vernon. D. B. Rambo ,vntH it stmipht. Give the same and family have returned lrom a support to the middle and tail of visit with relatives in Illinois. lhe tjcket that you give unto the Mrs. Sallie Jones, a very old and i,ead and thero will be no doubt of respected lady, died the 11, and a great victory for us to celebrate, was buried Monday the i2. at' the We have the ticket made up of rs family burying ground over the. gne materia as ever went before .o.,i nil .. river. Died the 7. and was buried iuii.ninii. nn.i 9, Christine Argenbright.'cijjicjren there of the same faith on the Greatest Sal Beg To Advise That We Have Bought LDJVJI'iyiaLJPl At a Discount Much Below Cost; A Great Lot of Merchandise consisting of FOR CASH Men's and . .. l"J Boy's Suits, Men's, Women's and Children's Shoes and Slippers, Dry Goods, Ladies', Misses and Childrens House Dresses, &c. &c And We Have Added Thereto Volumns of Merchandise Of Our Own, it being our intention to make this by far the Greatest Selling Event in IBK,j's-V- ' jHHnir.i'si K the History of the Trade. OUR Prices will be named that will make new Low Records, and no Live Money Saver can afford to miss this opportunity. J cab-ren- STORE WILL BE Brim Full of Bargains EVERYTHING SOLD AT A SACRIFICE 4 JUDGE W.R.-'CRES- S. the past ten Judge Cress, who has been in the county for county, spoke school bouse in the days speaking at nearly every democrats 75- .. enthusiastic Monday to a well filled court room of to hear what the Judge had who ad several republicans spoke came out from the shoulder and took straight to say The speaker If half way grounds in outlining what his course would be vie uo appearances counts for torious on November 2nd, and if outward footing. anything the Judge feels sure of his nnvone up a constant hnmhnrfi.nent 0f the fort of the mW Clicuij. Thi. sort of protection is wbat gives to each voter encotir THE OUTLOOK. The political situation as far as It nertaius to the Demociatic situ., -fim nnp Democratic it -- ""- UtlUU III in the State, is becoming districts 11 orlukwarmness on the part of Evorv voter must hue tnore clariEed every day the latest Hews from the, tenth and Eleventh district is very enDemo couraging indeed. If the cratic workerr will keep up their tnost incessant endeavors from now until election time, we feel that victory is ours by'a large mamust be no There let-up " b . - - I i 1 yor infents wd Children, Jjjg HJnJ YQIJ HgV8 AlWajl CTAD A 0 I Vtl I M BfeM QJLt&ffijfiu Blgnaturo or She was.. ioned love lea at. Stamp under Osnnr Arfrflnhriirht. .. "- laid to rest in theTauiily burying the rooster and let her go atjtbat. ground to await the Master's call. ORDER&tiQRHOUSE KEEPER AV.A On motion of Louis McGuiro, Weep not for little children seconded by Sherman Cha.steen, Who die in the Lord, l?or they are taken home to heaven that the paupers' of the county be let to a poorbouse keeper. Said To reap their reward. paupers to bo taken care of, Mr. Nat B. Sewell, of London, clothed aud fed, a contract to bo Wednesday. S. 0 was here pranklin ahd son Berna'-d- , of Mt, entered into between the success ful bidder and the Fiscal Court of wer(J here Mmen trains Ve Rockcastle county. Bids will bo . Wednesday.-- Ed Hetd is working received on the 9th day of Noa few days at Paris and T. J. Sin- vember 1915. All Justices voting fleton Is filling the place in his yea on said motion. It is further 'bis absence. Mr, and Mrs. A. W. ' Bowing have returned from a yisit ordered that a copy of this order be published in the Mt. Vernon W. R. to relatives at Parksville Signal for two weeks. t . CresSi 0f Wayne county, spoke G. M. Bbllard, J. R. C. C. inter-jotithere a few days ago iu the Att S. F. BOWMAN, 0. R. C. C. -- IUG UlUU UUUKUIC1 Ul iU& UIIU iUlDi BU US IAJ UHJUJ U. ICKUIUi UIU IU3II' It rwould take this entire paper, were we to name each item we have to offer you, so we must content ourselves by saying, ',' COME AND SEE." Don't Fail to see Our Big Stock of Clothing new Priee. and at nearly One-ha- lf SHOES and SLIPPERS at eLss than Cost to make up. Carpets and Matting Druggets and Rugs for less. up-to-d- ate I Our Motto' "SELL IT FOR LESS" is:;; xstcaeocx3c$$ I :. "! '! f MT. VERNON KENTUCKY 1 BAKER'S MM I t i ! i 1 ! 1 t M i 1 1 I ! t i) 1 i M M t M t t t M I I I M MII 1 t t t M ' iiii y. "II ..' y- - - mm(wmmPTNXj5B2Si MT. VERNON Friday, Oct. IS, 1915 SUfc uWkmumBiii mSMh miWiai-fiiai,- in ntrnr'. "- "- TTT "V '" T SlGNALHIieU I in IU lull JUIIIuO amoc MfD IllUlblp TU Ian liu I Published cilery Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. DESCRIPTION ONB YBAR Mo en Put Boone Way on the Map $I.O Advertising rales vlaae know ppludltdn Amazing Part of Story of Great Kentucky Highway Was Promoter's Cheerful Optimism in Face of Knock-Dow- n MKMBKROF Blows By choose the view he likes best.. From Middlesboro the road lifts itself not too streniously oVertow-erin- g Log Mountain and descending casHy to Pinevllie. a thriving mountain town of the first ciriss. Between Pineville and Barbour1-villtho road runs through Flat Indian-figh- t Lick--o- f fame. Beys at recess at the district school house may step behind the build- ing and play "Indian fighter" on the exact trail where one of tho hottest fights of pioneer days actu- ally took place. e Village of "Crab OrcJhlird. the" Not d great wild vestige rdtnnins of crab tipple orchards which gaee the place its noma and wore so fragrant that travelers cOuld smell them miles away and know tho safety of tho 'station" was at h ind. Boone Way was officially routed here at a convention, May 14, 19 15, from Cumberland Gap to umisvino. dacicson rugnway will use the same roadbed from and Lexington to Louisville, markers for the two respective highways will be placed on oppo- site sides of tho road. (Jackson Boone). The Price Is Right This Year JUST RECEIVED A COM-FROCINCINNATI PLETE LINE AND KNOXVILLE OF HAVE LADIES' AND MISSES' M KFNTUOKY PRH8S ASSOCIATION T D Pr.NDi.ETON, in Sunday's Courier Journal. Display. on now aro which long Cincinnati and Inditi'mp lis. is ut.ique in Kentucky, for "till was given to the roadmakers DEJIOOKATIC TICKET Original BOOSTER, N. railroad and has by tbe Poor Boone! He shared the too b Jen utilized to a great advantage Govcrnon, A. O. Stanley. For and makes a bit of novqltv in tho common late of tho pioneer of For Lnm't Gov James D. Black. journey that ono cannot forget. any great nudertaking in the ForSec'y Mutp Hftrk.sdale Hamlett Then between Barbourville and world's history. His was the sea For Atty Genoml. M. M. Logan. craft that Cot bin is one of the most beautl- -' soned woodsman's For Auditor, R U. Grpeu. ful pieces of engineering on the siezed upon the natural advantage Treas Sherman Goodpaster. entire route. At a distance it of gap or creekbed when possible. For Clerk Court of Appeals, R W. Keenon. seems that the m .untain has been and his the stout heart that when of terraced for some great estate so easy traveling was not possible For Snpt. Pub. In's. V. 0. Gilbert BbJhBjm19hhBBjhjhjbjhjhJ HEECHi. does dared tho sheer cliff and swift smoothel a"d evenly For Com. Agricul, Mat S. Cohen. Dist , d forward and back ford and literally wrosted the road the oa wii For Judge 28, Judicial and W. R. Cmss. to reach the top by easy grades. from tho wilderness. Yet heat At intervals the morior must be him a scant twenty years after, The Louisvillk Timks copies project stopped for a series of beautiful when a Call price will find the lollowuig from the Lancaster views, each seeming liner than its was on foot begning for whak Record will find a complete line. predecsssor, until at the top a should have been proffored him moving the rubbish from 'Ju panorama taking in miles is spread by a grateful government: of General Merchandise. the court house last Saturday one "lebruey the 11th, 1790 out for tho eye. Sounds cam so of the workmen discoverad a red "Sir, after my Respts to vour that from below comes up a cho bat, which has been attracting Excelancy I wish to inform you to rus from the birds that quiie a deal of interest among emanate from a veritable "choir that I have some intention of un those who have seen it It has invisible" a red bird, thrush aud dortaking this new Road that is to been placed in a nice cage, and cm mocking bird vie with each other be cut through the Wilderness bo seen at the main conrt house in voicing their approval of tho and I think myself in tit led to the entrance 11 is quite a curiosity On this part of the offer of the bizness tm I first univer.se and Ik thought by many to bo the road one keeps a finger constantly m irked out that ro.id in Mch 1775 only one in captivity." ou the shutter release of his came and never teed an thing for my April st being eo far away will 3 ra, fearitjr to miss sorno bit of trubclnnd sopose I am no States probably be offered as an extenuman 1 am a Woodsman and think beauty. IVTARET. ating circumstance for an excuso But it is botween London and myself as capable of cutting that . Fjiist Government Repokt. Livingston that one begins to re- rode as any man. for the Times pulling tho "cork On registering at the attractive Dear Sir ; !!IM 1 ! t 1: under." Here at Kruegor'slbrtck little h istelry at Mt. Vernon, Ky., At the request of Senator Brad-- I alize that he is traversing the your very omble sarvant kiln are thousands of "red bats" asked the clerk if he knew Mr. ey the United States Department ''Daniel Boone. Daniel (sinned) ron 0 followed by that never fly oxcept when a ruck- James Maret. "Sure!" he re- - 0f Agriculture sent its senior en. Boone and the bold pioneers who ' To his excelancy governor Suel us is on, or some city man comes sponded. "Do you want to see gineer over tho road in a buggy used his "Wilderness Trail." On by." " him?" along and asks to see a "red bat to make a report us to the cost of top of Wild Cat Ridgo, where the And the worst of it was he did Then to a bell boy: "George, the road; and the figures of this rood is scarcely wider than the not got the commission af er nil The law and order meeting ad lookout the door there and see if report totled the sum of 102, wheels of the machine, ono under Now JirnMaret, with his. little vcrtised to be held tomorrow in Maret is't standing on the g49 i0. But did this feaze Jim stands wh.V the areat scout Ohose old battered typewriter, has carv the court house at 1 o'clock should Jim corner thor6." Maret? He simply took the bat the dizzv ridge instead ol the un ed the ninety-eigh- t miles of the draw a good crowd and tliose who Upon looking out the doorway tered cover off his little old doubtedlv easier path in the valley great highway as surely as Boone want to see vote soiling for mone answered that such was Writer and began talking again to below up hiuh he could see the did tho "Trail' i4o yenrs back, and whiskey done away with, the case and the clerk genially off an the people his meager postage indians in fine to defend. and his great work must not be should bo present at this important ored to have Mr. Maret called for fuml allowed him to touch even unrewarded and unappreciated as MT. VERNON. KY. gathering. It means something in me. "Wait a minute." I inter- - (iug down into his own jeanes for was the great picneer's The Rockcastle River Ford the future upted. "Perhaps I'd bettor fiud more postage when that was goce, CATEtt to the young folks Rockcastle Rivei lord at the movement on foot to build a mon with a complete line of Thrre are a few thousand ol out first whether ho cares to talk ai)Cj talked some more, ument to jim niarei snouia nave foot of Wild Cat, the scene of Toilet Articles and Cosmetics, on the like-ttome. I want some data Well, with ;such a man at the tragic drownings among the little the support of every citizen with a our acquaintance who would and to tho old folks with all kinds know how that Mr. Mull'm Boone Way." helm, things were bound to hap bands of travelers, is a wildly ro spark f gratitude in his tnakoup of reconsrructive tonic and The clerk laughed aloud in which p;n ad pretty soon they did. man tic bit aud comes just at tbe And it will have. Mountain peowho is sued for divorce inFayette sstem builders. made bis wife do the plowing and he was joined by the bell boy and With the passing of the Boswmtb outskirts'! Livingston. ple know J m Maret served them a oystanuer or two. all other heavy work while "iixcuse state Ad B those who. thou oh Next conies Mt. Vernon, one for love, without receiving adollar pokor with tho proceeds. ine,"ho said, wiping his eyes, 'friendly, had been lukewarm, be of the most progressive towns on f remumeration, ard mountain Your formula, old top, if you "but the idea of finding out wheth-'eja- a to get up steam. Letters, the man, and the home of James people do not forget To them Ih Home of TAN LUC er or not Jim Maret wants to talk road dope of all kinds burdened Maret. the father ot Boone Way. Jjm Maret is "Our Jim, ' and be please! State Journal. 'Phono No. 39 Boone Way kinder hits Mt. Ver- - the rural carriers. In November Maret's work for the highway is fore very long the monument will Columuus sighted land of West non folks on the .' lM.. ,9, 4 a "Speaking Company" was by no means the whole of what he be a fact. ern world just 423 years ago last Why, Jim's been talking about launched. Maret did no public has done for progress in his coun-tv- A CLOGGED SYSTEM NEED Monday the day Stanley spoke the Boone Way steady, to any a... speaking but simply talked. He ATTENTION. He bought the first typo at Stanford, It will be 423 years, oody that 'uld let him, lor three ' : i : : : i : : : .IS.! .. went through the southeastern writer, brought the firsfTelephono Are you bilious, dizzy and list.....ft m two months and 21 days aftet years He's spent so much time . counties over and over and fired established the first newspaper, less? Dr. Kings Now Life Pills eer Lum sighted the Bohamas, at it that he's hardly taken time tl)e hearts of the mountain people offic'allv located and routed tbe taken at once siezes upon consti day Stan- to eat and sleep. Why, man, that date and the Bell county started the ball roll-Ji- first highway across Kentucky pation and starts the wels moving ley is sworn in as Governor ol talked the Boouo jtlg with a road appropriation of (Boone Way from Cumberland naturally and easily. Moreover Marofs it acts without griping Neglec this old Commonwealth. Vay iuto a fact." . $250,000. Whitley, not to be out- - to Louisville), and established the of a clogged system often leads Knox came first road organization. He has to the, most serious complications. From all over the State there After supper, in Mr. Maret's done, duplicated; a body comes flattering reports ol the en office at his residence, I found across with $200,000; Laurel found time to serve as a member Poisonous matters and J J hotel clerk Had said ed $100,000; and, as might have of several jtate Road Associations poorly functioning need Immediwhat the thusiasm for the Democratic tick ate attention If you wish to et Little or no disaffection is was all true Tho man who put been expected, Rockcastle went as secretary of East Kentucky-Tennesse- e wake up morning hapseen anywhere, and Mr. Stanley Boone Way on the map of Ameri the length of her cable with an Dixie Highway Asso py in mind and entirely satisfied and Judge Black, the leading cam ca was glad to talk about it and other $loo,ooo, while Lincoln ciation, as vice president for Ken- Start our treatment paigners. havo recoived a contin talk he did in a modest but logical F.scal Court promised to take tucky of the Southern National 25c a bottle. COMPLETE LINE uous ovation. and convincing way that so held care of four miles out of Crab Or Highway Association, and South ROBT. L. GREENE Coffins, Caskets and Robes . my interest that when I walked chard to the Rockcastle line, ern Appalachian Good Roads AsMail, Telegraph or TeleTho head of the Democratic Favkttk County which has through the village sociationall of this, while giving ticket seems to be sweoping the just about the best roads of anj streets back towards tho phone orders Promptly hotel the himself heart aud soul to the State like a whirlwind. Never Gkkat Highway Assuked county in the State already, hab Filled street lights were out and tho midAfter this, thines hummed un presidency of Boone Way. And theless the duties devolving upon voted a $300,000 bond issue foi night passenger had gone by tlj now the great highway is assur while filling all the offices consci every , more of them. Tho good true Democrat does not stop $3c& The most amazing part of tho ed. And it is safe to say that in entiously and capably, Jim Maret with him. Every man's election once acquired, won't wear story of the great highway is Jim all tho country no greater combi has not declined the labor of or on the ticket deserves 'ho same off. Maret's cheerful optimism in the nation of varied scenery with his- ganizing and keeping going most support and fidelity that Mr. Stau Evkry Telegram sent from oui face of knock-dowblows. From toric interest can be found. of the local organizations in his ley seems sure to get No man county now costs 25 cents extra the day, on January 2 1O13, whon Ascending tho Gap from the county1 and town. With Mich a nominated in years, whether he for telephone tolls, yet tbo tele- tbo seventeen members of Mt. side, by won worker at the helm is it any won- be in politics or business can out graph company has four wires Vernou's Commercial Club met in derfnlly engineered curves, and der that Mt. Vernon and Rockcas distance honest Bob Greene's pop across tho county. There is a tho Peoples Bank room and little passing tho grim Pinnacle, No man, no matter the tie county stand in tbo very fore- ularity remedy and our people are going Jim instigated the big project to Before road drops gently to the beautiful front of progressive towns and where he lives or Jwbat be does, 'to find it. the present when tho ninety-eigh- t counties? Nothing half hearted is any more thought of for Bis' broad streets of Middlesboro. miles of perfect roadway between The whole of Middlesboro was about ihe methods of any associ- honesty and devotion to tho prinMany are saying "there's lots THE FACT THAT Crab Orchard and Cumberland planned on a generous scale. On ation run by Jim Maret. He is ciples ot caring lor the interest of road talk but little building." Gap are assured, never once did a hill overlooking the town and never satisfied with "Pretty well" of every constituent under whose IT IS SEEKING Jest set stiddv in the boat, the his bump of hope decrease a minright in its center stands the Mid- be goes out after attainment and care he has been placed to pergood time is a coming aud good uteAnd tbe hope was of tho dlesboro Ho'el, a hostelry, which ho generally bags it. form his official duties, than is roads too. Brodhead comes next on the honest Bob Greene. best brand, the kind that backs in point of luxuriously big rooms "You can't hate a lellow that itself with good, hard, honest and beauty of surroundings, can Boone Way, at the junction of COUGHS THAT ARE STOPPED licks. not be surpassed in the South. In Boone's Fork and Nigger creek, you know. Careful people see that they are At first the immensity of the future the automobile traveler, which lorm Dix River. Near b.c'h Boone .he project seemed so out of propor- who registers here over night & LouisffHe tion to the number of its backers may have lor himself an apart- spent so many dreary months of It hns boia lt8 oWn on the market Brodhead is a wide for 46 years. Youth and old age that many people just smiled at ment of a size adequate to hold waiting. mention of it. ,!'0h yes," they three Now York roms with a cor-- ' awake little place with commer- - testify to its soothing and healing An nclnln muila Kboel i,an.nnt.inna hinnii tuiiot. qualities. Pneumonia and lung Openi Stpumbrr Ith, Cam. agreed, "a good thing; certainly a ner or two to spare, with a bath , rom its size. troubles are often caused BUttcouriMlDriua,Valc, VloUn.OrttaC'tiio. ubiia good thing, if possible could be expected but Great attached of the good Bcbool llmlo. Theory. Uw. of treatmont, Dr. KingVNew piODJ. WDIUIH, CIM m ninety-eigh- t miles to be cut species long enough to lie down It is picturesquely located. Discovery stops those hacking Scott! Hlntorj or Mails, Kutmbl . Ufl HlfnK HMIna both ioc4Un4liutruiiiiita coughs and releaves In grippe overoneofthe rockiest regions in. And from his three or The end of tbe ninety-eigh- t IomwI. ArtlJt Mt tutfent rcctUI Umuiii' SIplMU Money back if it f glrll. Tuition loir, Kf cLI ddr f ' four wiudows he may pick and miles' stretch comes with the tendencies. UtlttUk, If. of the State!" 4biUt CoMntfcrr (t Xuk, fails. 00c and (loo. L-- Stretch of Unique Road Barbourville immortalized by John Fox's "Hanging of Tarlton Hall" left behind, tho road bust les on to Corbin, and between the two.plnces isa strech of road that The Dixie Highway will use the same roadbed as the Boone Way (Dixie Boone) from Cumberland Gap to Mt. Vernon, where it di- verges for Richmond, Lexington, COATS COMPLETE Consisting Wk OF ALSO A LINE I YOUTHS', BOYS' & MENS' Fr CLOTHING SUITS, OVERCOATS Odd Pants the right. i 1 "". g You my and inspect line v You J. M.ADAMS BRODHEAD, KY- . ; 1 w w w JAMES " ...(tt..t "iiititMiii'iMtin'riniii CHAS. ex-a- ct ;!'! v .- C type-Georg- e DAVIS Leading Druggist WE " - CHAS. C. DAVIS ? ' funny-bone- . m n J a9 1 1 1 : .AAAAa...... ! t : : m iMii. .. . . Jfcf JCPCJCCD!CPLGX XXXDX GRANVILLE OWENS UNERTAKER Ky vot-th- at Brodhead llower-sconte- d roads-habit- xqDcGxsij,- :cexx3co && 8S n Virginia-Tennesse- e This Bank Wishes to Keep Constantly ,1 Your business 1) ij Consermh'f in. w ii cpln fr CtJSlWST SX by-del- AMmk li 4, ay jccit &S Peoples Mt Vernon & And Is Prepared To Care For It. j gM j Bank Kentucky JT1ATIDB ) ll..WlWiiiii Mtfttfifitfbwjd .llllN iir n. 7ipW.'gW mfiiintia'mm UU ftiSSpw RWUS una i.IH'hhMim .,! niV i"'iiiiinll 'wWMia'rji'irnWfwf ',ii fuMMii &K9 r fljBto- - - VIT. VERNON SIGNAL 15 1915 See tub ton clawe'd stluliBh in Fish's window. - pp": A. vV. .Adams has traded his property in Mt. Vernon to James 79" w nan rr C. day. UD wnn'No.Commit ta Rogers for a farm near Qail onto with 8IQNAL Fish's is tho storo where merJ. B. Cumminvhus added anew chandise and advertising speak the coat of paint to his residence on some language. 1 Adams street which adds greatl y s mi ci I There was a big outpouring of the value of it. unterrified at Stanford Monday to J. I" to hear tho matchless Stanley. 'Possum s. Logue Sowdor n n.Co. caught 13 'possums 01 e night last "'Louivillc Nashville Seo the new Two in one two wo k and failed to send one to the TIME TABLE. colorYoung Men's Fall Hats at writer who has a regu'ux 'possum 22 north 5.4Pm Fish's, moat styles $2 specials. and sweet potato tJoth. Vernon Ky, 0:t. A small child bf Hiatt' Mink the Pongo section, died o Wednes-- . J. M'.vCraig and W. H. Brodin sold to Win. N.athews a bunch of " heifWaf 534 clehls.' . Come.O'n Iil for YOUR " HfoAHl? &. r with Rdr for sic, good no, oc,r" jve, up. You've never tmoVed a teal pipe unlenyou'veimoled a Wellington. The well principle keept lalira away from the tobacco. You get clean, dry, tweet smoke. No other pipe ii Jut at good at a Wellington. At J. P. tr. DRUMMOMD: us 1 I I I s - - v - i Si' n .k ? Call a man a sly dog and ho is To remove paint Hum window 11:3000. pleased, but ho flies off the handle glass, a mixture of American potiraiiiilj!UinSlJfll IslJIim 12:18 a in 5J1 South if called a sneaking cur. "" raw! mi ffftM fir For Sale: "Harvest King" ash tvo. parts, utiblneln .imeono v 1 JtSSr fir fffflJ Jas. Landru.i, Agent. A. T. Bromley, prominent pjrt. "Lay this on thusp.ts with Seed Wheat, for sile. Call s is time for all Phone No. 8. Stavmkson. man of Stanford and woll a btick and .allow to Uy for some big time. to join Ky. PoiWHce known here, died in that city Satthe J M. Craig is buying.a load of nlea at itcond-ciu-Mt Vernon, matter. mall urday. id Aiidy Ui.itt sold hogs for Nov, 1, at b cents. GoouOnes: A report of tho "Highway situ- Ji 11. Baughinati, of itanfdrd. J. M. Craig bought m Stanford ation in Kentucky" 'as reported foi r two year old htt'tis which Monday a good mare foi $91. by an old Boone Way man, ap- brought $280. He sold tjem at 7 PERSONAL W H Brown, of Lancaster, and cent--unpeals iu this issue, Hie avoraue weight of T. T Proctor is the oldest citiJ. M Craig, bdught of James W. Luther Manus has his bakery the four wus iooj pounds. Moore ten 8oo lb steers at 5 cts. zen of our to vn, born in the corlook and your neighbors started and the product is second Uncle Sam is well posted when 1 Vm poration1. Vllu Virtue is its own reward and will soon be Mr. Preiton, an export he says : " Dress Up, Boys ' - .F$ J lit rom to none. Steve Dozler was here Hones y is the best policy. But one 0! baker from Cincinnati, is in He has money in the bank two if Ananias had been a truthful will come here for we'll if you Stanford, Sunday, to see charge Take it from us that tho millions. You'll get your shire, our pretty girls. he woi'ld have been forgotcitizen best of style dress product is first class. so " Brace Up, Boys " You can Dr" W. J. Childresss. who Is day he' died. you ten the A. T. Nunuelly. proprietor of afford it. Go to Fish's for for very little cost to now locatid at Hustonville, wuB he Nunnelly Stock Yards at Stan- Fall outfit. liore tl"ls week. ford, suffered a strain of paralysis Vt)R FLETCHER'S have A. B. Furnish and Mr. ami Mrs. Toushindough. IN Inst week and was unable to look boen named by the Fiscal Cour of Louisville, aro visiting Mr. and after the 2,000 hoacl of cattle there as tho Pauper Committee tor next James Mntan, of Whitley counMrs It. A. Welch Mouday. tho his ansoclates ahly year. Tljo fauper ousmess nas ty, had left lor cut off at lfnee by moved his look care of things. Luther Mullins has bet handled by the Magistrate1-foTHE $15. SUIT WITH THE $25 APPEARANCE train. Ho felt no pain from it. family into Mrs. McKiunoy'B cot Courior Journal had Sunday's the past two years. fust got a crutel) mid walked on. Mum street tageon a sp'ondld nrticle, with illustraMnry Lucas Br ck, ot London Mr It was a cork leg Boonk Trail Maukkr. with tions on Boontf Way and its Mt Phil T. Allen, of Louisville, ,pent a portion of the Week The residonce ol Craig Thom- Vernon originator, by T. p. Pen-- d and See a that a number of ladies from ason, on Adams street was deMr. and Mrs. W. H. Fish. . cton, a noted magazine writer, Louisville anfl Kjchmond (supprs-edl- troyed by fire, .at an early hour Mullins and little daug of Virginia t ;Luther The article appear-Iof tile D, A R.) willbe at Wpduesday rnornj"- ter, Nina Jeau were in Living this issue of the Signal. Livingston' on Saturday, OcioVjer jfiton hetween trains Friday. : Jumbo Pkiteks. Giant sweet 22nd. to deHtcato a Boone Tr.all Services at Christian Amy Proctor has accept-Miss pepper, ore ot the hulls thereof marker. Tile marker being fur Church for Sunday lue pU3 a Assistant Post that will hold a pint, raised by nisljel by 'the John Marshal in the Ait.' Vernon office. Master Sunday School" 9 45 Mrs. Sarah Kirby. near- - Hansford chapter. jJtTsTfo frp'rejroteUiiat I fchQ "latest CUriOStfy ?.J.wU and A W. Adams and added to notice hid is "nt been given Along Preaching taervipo (5:30 a. m. tl Cum in ins went to Bee Licit Fish's show Window, "at Hie sign witlra' program of the Christian $deavpr p. m proposed LLEAD1HG! yesterday on important business of the Fish" Preaching Service 7:30 p. m. occasion. As t Js. qur pqqple a"re ' Mrs. Burgess, of Louisville, MT. VERNON, KENTUCKY. in the dark edtirely, . . It looks like Bill McIJerron, IT ALWAYS DOES THE WORK was the guest or Mrs. Georgia B. at the Rockcastle during tho aged seven, and Carl Davis, age' E. A. Chilton, of London, who "I like Chamberlain' cough nine, are the champion pumpkin is a candidate for Representative Remedy better than any other," vvtok. writes R. E Roberts, Homer Ruth, the two year old (laugh raisers of this county. Thev haw on tho Independent ticket, was Ciiy, Pa 'I have taken it off and a 53 pounder on display in Fish's hero yesterday in tho intorest of on for years and it has never tor of Mr. and Mrs. James Rick CALL OF, ELECTION, ' (Paid Advertisement.")"' show window, which is the hoav- - his race. Mr. Chilton feel's cou. lalled,to fiive'thswlcsired results. ols, hasJeon i'erv sick for the past -- y-h' Whereas a Petition was on the M.U.,ar ' ' fident that' he' will come out of his" F3r sale by Alrpsalers. of ' Cress 3I, day of September I9I" Hied .. T?T'nnninli. in Berea they are going to home couhty, Laurel, with at Over at Tho contract for the seven with the Couutv Court t'lork of Before mented, not only as a hrst class have a Chatouqua, October 28, 29 leajit a Six hundred" majority. "E miles of pike leading to Round-ston- Uocfccistlo Comity sinned by 20 is1 a high class gentlechauffeur, but au expert mechanic und 3o, and on the Both will b A. Chilton Became was awarded to J. W. Rider legal voters of voting precinct Mo. hoid the Corn Show and Fair. man and makes frienas wherever who expects to begin work next 1, along with it. or East Mt Vernon, asking hegoes. Elsewhere In this issue Monday Only miles will be J. A. Sullivan, of Frankfort, There aro nearly a hundred smaH question We. the undersicned mc nbers of the bar at Monticello, Kentucky appears his announcement his built now whfch'fit was found ha a submission of the for everything and H. C. Wray, of Danville, tele- prizes offered "Wuethor cattlo or miy species' take pieasure n, Mying-thom it may concern, Yhaf irrespective of platform, what he Stands lor and to bo built at this time or tho thereof shall run at large in saidj political affiliations, we f'llly endorso the 'official 'administration o phone men, were here by auto grown in the garden' and on the farm. Everj one within a reason- what he shall'strlve to do, if ofect' coun' v looses the $3500 due from precinct''. It is now ordered Wednesday on business. tyjU(ge b. J. Bothurum while he has oresided over our courts, and able distance should attend and ed. the State. the Court that a poll be opened uttest the fact tint u has at all times been kind, considerate and Miss Ethel davis, who is toach-insee what tho other follow is doing Special to Louisville Times: DjPHTHERtA : Poplar Grove school, was with Already there in sMd voting precinct at the gen-e- fair, both toward utorneys and litigants, and has shown marked ckvtion to be held in said pre- ability as a Judge aud lawyer. Witness our hands this November 14, Somerset. Ky , Oct. 6. Local have been 'a few mild cases of hoinofolk Sunday. She was ac Lonohst Train. The longest companied by Miss Grace Thomp train that ever past through Mt. business men have been notified diphtheria in tho county. la one cinct on the 2, day of November, 1914: uncurtain-ipJohn W. Tuttle, F It. Harrison, pson. Vernon, went over the rails on ilmt afte. this date there will bo or two instance childron have 1915, foi tho purposejof the will of the voters of said W. 13. Crass, J. P. Harrison, of tho Cooloy boys from Tuesday at 6:25 o m. going south no telegragph communication neon auowea to go lor a ween or Three ques O B. Bertram, Joe Bertram, Williamsburg aro laying brick on with 83 cars and caboose pulled with Rockcastle countv, udjoining ten days with sore throat, large voti"g precinct upon said S. F. BOWMAN, E. E Bell, J. B. Stono, new residence of W. H. Krue by two eiiRlnes. The length over this county, nor with the county kernels in the throat and the same tiou. the Clerk Rockcastle Co. Court C. C. Duncan, J. C. Davis, ger. They seem to be artists in all being 3885 feet, lacking onh sat, Mt Vernon. Contracts with badly swollen, the presumption Copy Attest. A L. Dennoy. Cress, the company operating the tele that it was only a bad cold. There A. J. tholr line. 1240 feet of beiug a mile in length H. C. Cress, W. B. Bertram, train for these graph lines in that county, have has been one dqath reported alLandrum writes that That's some Chester WHY NOT PUBLISH IT? B Bradle, expired and no now contract has ready. A little precaution will J. A. Batler, J. he is getting along well since his grades. When you want a fact "to beZ T. Hall. been signed. It is said to be the prevent many cases. A. Brown, Parents, J. operation in London a few days generally known, the right C. B. Henderson, now of Wins only county in the State now when your child gets a sore throat come Mrs. John way is to publishit. and that he expects to come low, Arizona, has in his possess without a telegragh office keep that child at home and be Kalians, Peru, ind , was troubled home tomorrow. ion the original copy of land grant What do our people propose to sure ypu kuow wliat the trouble is with belching, sour stomaches, V. J Sp.irks. F L. Thompson, She situuted on do? The Western Union have before sending it to school or to and frequent headaches. for io,'ooo acres, Jr., James Maret and the editor, Brushy fork of Buck creek; is wires running through this coun mix and mingle with other child writes: "I feel it my duty to tell others what Chamberlain's Tab with Fred Owens at the wheel, sued by Governor Isaac Shelby ty. If there is no law to ccmpel ren. Romrmber the golden rule lots have done for mo. They have over to Stanford Mon uiortorvd on May 1st 1795: issued on ac them 'o put in and maintain an If the teachers in tho various helped mv digestion and regulatday to hear Stanley speak. halou nil mgnt long through the air passacount of two warrants dated April office in our countv seat then we schools will keep a close watch ed by bowels. Since using them Treatment Re- ges to tho lungs, loosening tho phlegm, Mr and Mrs Claude Griffin, of 22nd, 1786 to William North Hen- should seo that our next legisla and promptly send home nny child I have been ontiiely well." l''or Try tho soothing tho inflamed membrane, and aidlieve by Inhalation and Abtorp-tioing tho body cells to drive out the invadBuckoye section, ure tin proud derson, the great-granfather of ture pass such a law suffering with throat affection of salo by All Dealers. No Stomach Doting. ing germs. of their firstborn, a fine Chas. B. This grant contains paronts any kind, epidemics which might In addition, Vick's is absorbed through No neod to disturb your stomach with tho pores, reducing tho inflammation and plrl, which arrived list Saturday less than 240 words. A copy of SERVICES AT THE CHItlST- - exist, wou'd otherwise be avoided internal medicines for theso troubles. taking out that tightness and soroneus. SalTe, combines by a Vick's FOR FLETCHER'S They named the Utile one Edna IAN CHURCH. COc, or $1.00. At all druggists. same is in the writer's possession. Precaution is the- first and greatsneciil process Menthol. Thymol, Euto- - 25c. Thc GemdnoJits . U in Bristol, Teun We are now conducting a series est requisite to health. V. lyptol, Cumiihor nnd 1'ineTar, so that when Luther Mullins applied to tho heat of tho body, theso in- out his line of Farmers' Institute met at Brod of services at tho 1 Ihristian Church this week getting credienf s aro released in tho form of vapors. thtsfra&H cnmnlM for the Kinti Bros' Shoe head. Wednesday and hero yes- and the following are some of the 'n.i.at uvk.a'k, nifi1!pftfpil VAnnrq .w a.'. ..uw Aftfliltr.. t.i'w.. nrrt We have subjects to be disoussed : whicu he will go to work terday as advertise'd. Go., for Friday evenim?: A Young the istoi the month at a good had no report cf tho Brodhead salary. meetimr. but ut Mt. Vernon the Man's Fatal Sin." , Saturday evening J'What then W. H, Graves has a June ap same old story is to tell, a hand that tailed to full of people out to hear these shall I do unto Jesus ?" plo trpo on his farm SJBD(CoC30C38dl& Sunday morning "Tho Lord's bloom in the spring but showed, splendid lertures. Tho farmers wgscSrpocgaipcSKaq up about latter parfof July with evidently aro satisfied with their Supper." Sunday evening " Fundamenfull out fit of blooms and to day knowledge of farming, and such has ripe apples on its limbs in being the case, it t looks like a tals In the Plan ot Salvation." Monday evening "He waste of money to hold theso InOctober. one of Mt. Ver- stitutes in Rockcastle and espec Preached Unto Him Jesus?" Chas. L. Davis, " Repent-anco.- " Tuesday evening non's young busiuoss men, went ially in Mt. Vernon. LC&30Gar3C&i to Cincinnati last Friday night to r " BapWednesday evening Rules, op tub Road: H o w afattend tho wedding Saturday ""HwyA 11 M U SJbHk.'W ' ii mW few people observe tle "rule of tism." d ternoon, of his cousin, Miss Beap-no"WHW- Thursday evening "Excuses ' road," either in riding or m - w Spratt, to a Mr. Herb, of the trice Friday evening " Remember walking. Manv turn- - to tho left Newport, Ky. He will also visit when meeting another on the side ances," other relatives in Cincinnati, LexSubjects for services coming walk or toad when everyone ington and Junction City, before TUST as soon as game became scarce enough to make knows, or should know the correct later will be announced next week. rotuining home. men critical about their rifles, sportsmen in every side is the rieht. When overtak- - These services will beyirf at 7 m community go to demanding Rcmington-UMing and passing a vehicle the o'clock, each evenings. a,pd wo in- LOCAL The demand. for Remimrton-UMliiu Game Rifles and ' Remington Metallic Cartridges has been growing aycr since. faster vehicle should pass on left vile every one injownvor near it, ' "' TheTteralngton-UMWe wish to' Omara & Owens have opened a side of'tho slow erpne which shouldvt to warship with us. Dealer hero in th. community is tho man to go to. You II know uim by the lied Main pull toward tl eede;o of jheiroadtassufe'-alr, cl J knows what ' happening in the sport today. thaferfclt subject will garargo in the shop on West l Ball Mark bj,Remnglon-MC and his store is Sportsmen's Headquarters. VM "The corn and vegetable display to tho right, espechllyoti narrow' Jbe'discussedwltp'ris'tian cour Sold by your home and 3095 , tn pish's window becomes more roads thus' allowing the vehicle teSy toward every. 000 and . yet other leading merchants in Kentucky ... i. t ii,. or any princt-t- . o ii Metallic Cirtiidie Co., Woolworlh Bid. (233 B'way) N. Y. City interesting daily. Bring on yours .approacning iroui uiu reur to pass wunuus a Reimitfton ' ' H. T. Young, Minister. vonitsleft.r add to the. show. I on-Gu- 4 nortli 23 south 3:50 am vested more money jn the banks than ever before and things are better everywhere. ; here, bumper crops are being are har. the' men and young prosperity ETTER TIMES r ' -- ZfZsAY Fwmr & KiSM HVJL rVL f(a ,hX- - 1 I I Now fi men s in this movement d "Dress Up, Boys!" and I Okildren Qry prosperous wearing a new outfit And your outfit with the you in the best wear Jj-Fi- sh e ASTO Rl A SPECIALIZE FISH'S 15. Special Suits 11 r 1 ad-vjs- - WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS Little Cash Will Do What 'ome In d ll-fj- I T THE STORE THAT SELLS FOR :CASH two-Vreelc- '? J"" , ' What Judge Thought Judge Bethurum e HE .A Candidate. w-- o g rl g I Bothered hy Catarrh, Bronchitis, Asthma, Head or Chest Colds? "Vap-O-Run. d - Children Cry C ASTO RiA "Vap-O-ltu- VKFbRUB m n- VICK'S 8E&S3S SALVE JONAS McKElMZIE THE OLD RELIABLE T Cartridges for Your Big Game Hunt C Rifles and flBBi tSjW C. $& r$ya$3a;3pap&i A J C Merchandise lina of or" y General C V .. dealer rarm ijii pi e(me nt$ Anns-Unio- n - 4fr, I '!.? Jr t ( .i trr . fbA y ' y1- v E CHILTON INDEPENDENT CANDIDATE A. FO iriicii2i UNCERTAIN gJjJJTajiyygsrjJiaMSiSS atofcttuft r HEAfet Mrs. W O. ALARMING Relieved ATl6N L Jekpill6i few items from this 11 Children Cry for Fletcher's The Horof Palpitation. Howell Sn.ys Tanlnc cquntv. Thought I would give von a corner of tho News scarce here. sSsxsT5? Representative TOTHBVOT3IIS op Rockoas-TL- if not entirely do away with this CobNTY: -- At tho solicitutlou ovil. I favor tho passage of any law and promise of support of many friends, rtcardlcss of political af or laws that will advance the filiations, I ofler myself as nti In- - cause of education or the candidate for the offlce merit of our schools. But I am of Representative iu the next Gen- opposed to the fiequot.t changes t boos eral Assembly of Kentucky, from t'iat "Q made " lho i oU" sohools. And I favor the Legislative District No. 70. composed of Laurel and liockcastle piissago of an Act that would Andifbvour votes, vent any changes bting made in you place this very important of- - school books oftener than overy fice in my keeping. I promise you five years, and then only in a that I will rischarge its duties in gradual way and not a sweapirg s radical change As these on honest, faithful and conscien-'o- r in school books changes manner. For iiR an trts irmof II n t cltf r tr ' pendent my actions would not be ninrUe poor man's pocket book.. bound or my vote controlled by J am a strong advocate of good any political ties or party caupus r.Kids, and believe that under QUr es, but I would be ireo and to work for and voto for present State Aid Law great good any and all measures that would will result to our mountain counhe of most benefit to the people of ties. But still 1 believe that n, ou.-- district, few beneficial changes can bo office of Representative is made in this most excellent law Tne a very important office, one of the that will make it more satisfacto most important that you can be ry and put the cot.struct'on of stow on a man. As it is through the roads on a more business like the Legislature that the laws are basis. made that must govorn the State Your .Representative in the Legor county, and which, of course islature is nothing more than must necessarily affect the inter- your servant. You pay his salests of every one. ary and you have tho right to exelected as your Represent pect of him that he will promote If tlve, I would favor ihe passage of and guard your interests at all an Act that would give equal rep- t mes. And it is a question of resentation to all; parts of the getting a "laborer worthy of his State re distinction, as it were, hire." And when you cojno to founded on justice and not on pol- cast your vote on Novembur 2nd,' this is the simple business propitics. My temperance views are in ac- osition for you to decide: If you cord with tho platforms ot both honestly and conscientiously be the old political parties, as to our lievethat my opponent can better present County Unit Law. As I promote and guard your interests think this is the best temperance in the next legislature than I can, law that can now be obtained, but then I feel that you should give I do favor a more rigid enforce- him your support, but if on the ment of this law. As there is a other hand you feel that I can great deal of illegal handling of better serve your interests, then liquor all over the countrj, we won't you please give your vote to must all admit. But if I am elect- me. ed as your Representative, I will As the time is limited between introduce a measure, which if it now and November election, it becomes a law, will greatly lessen will be an impossibility for me to better-dependepre-counticon-tinn- travel over both counties and see each of you personally and solicit your support, then won't yoq please take t' notice and con. siderit'a a s .)al anneal to YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT. And if by your voUm you place e this most iiiij ortnnt offico in my keeping, I ngainassuie ou that its affair will he 'conduce! in a fearless impirtinland nonpartisan mail ier, and that no official act ol mino will over give yon cause to regret having reposed your trust in me. Very respectfully, K A. UHJLTON. INDEPENDENT TICKET Louisville, Ky , Oct.-il- , 11)15. W. 0 Ilowell, wife of the agent for the Louisville Carnage Company at the Hotel, who lives 019 South Jackson St.. this city, U one of the most ardent believers in Tanlac, the peerless preparation, as is shown by a re cont statement she made of the lionetits sho derived from it "I was weuk and nervous and dlzzv," sho "anv sudden noise made my heart beat so fYst it frightened mo. I had norvous hetd irhes Whenever I walked upstairs it loft me almost ex Mis- farmeis are most done taking care of fodder and making up their sorgliuui. There will be a political speaking hero the Judge Bethurum, Atty. Gentry and Judge Lewis. Rev. J. P. Lunceford tilted his regular appointment at the Christian church here tho first Saturday and Sunday. A good sized crowd was out to hear him Sun tby Tho Kind You Havo Always Bought, and Mliich lias been slpnaturo of in use for over 30- years, hus bornothouuuer jus per-tJana lias uccn. mnuo sonal supervision since its infancy J" nro but Imitations and aii rinKiitni-fAitri- . Experiments that trlflo with and endanger tho health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. S.i - JuHt-ns-co- od hausted. 'My stomachc was woak ard my food did not agree with me If 1 ate anything solid it made me miscarble. I was told that I hud catarrh of the atomaohe, but the medicine I took did me no good until friends suggested Tanlac to me. I'm glivJ now that I took their a(V,oe. "It was almoit no time until I felt belter, and now I can eat what ever 1 please. I Owe it all to Tanlac. Myneivesare in good shapo again, and I no longer have palpitation of tho heart. Tanlno is the only medicine that ever helped me, I can't say too much in praise of it." Tanlao is now sold in Mt. Vernon, Drugstoro of Chas. C. Davis, and oan also bo obtained at tho Central Drug Co , Livingston, and John Robins' Drug Brodhead, Ky. ( day School rally last Sunday; about two hundred out to see and her Every body well pleased; plenty dinner on the ground. Tho young people acquitted themselves wit honor, and every body praised thorn saying it was the best they over attended. Our Sunday School for 29 Sundays enroled 50. Avetage attendance 48; Bibles each Sunday 'JO; the last ten weeks ,thev read 12oo chapters. This is in a neighborhood where some call us heathens Thoy that talk should come and see before they talk too much lest they might bo mistoKen. The Christian Church here meet on the first dav of the week to attend communion service. The Sun day school class and choir will be at tho Stewart school house on Clear crcok tho third Sunday to Hold a Binle reading service. Mrs. Mamie Davidson and children returned to Blanch, Bell county, this week. Castorla is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothinjr Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other 2fnrcotio suhHtance. Its npro is its guaruntco. It destroys "Worms" and allays Fcvcrlshncss.- Tor more than thirty years it. lias been in constant use for tho relief of Constipation,, flatulency, Wind Colic, all Teething1 Troubles and Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, assimilates tho Food, giving healthy and natural sleep., Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. - What is CASTORIA GENUINE CASTORIA fBears the Signature of ALWAYS Indn-lstu- nt y C (2L&fffl&&u The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years d r e T LAST NOTICE X-PAYER T A i I Children Of Rockcastle .County CAST OF will meet you at the following places to receive your Taxes tor 1915 At CONWAY, . At ROCKFORD, At DISPUTANTA, At CLIMAX, At WILDIE, Thursday, Nov. 4 At ORLANDO, Nov. 5 At MULLINS STA., Friday, Saturday, Nov. At QUAIL, At LEVEL GREEN, Tuesday, Nov. Thursday, Nov. U At PONGO, . Saturday, October 23 Tuesday, Oct6ber 26 Wednesday, Oct 27 Thursday,October 28 Saturday, October 30 Saturday, Nov. At BRODHEAD, At SOLLIE GRIFFIN, Wednesday,Ncv. At LIVINGSTON, Saturday, Nov. 20 m i V't . ft-.- . Sheriff's Office open on all days to Also parties Ta owing Back Tax will please bz prepared to settle, and just aword'4o with a the Poll Tax Payer who have no property and just tax. This tax must be paid by Decemher Jst. or same will be presented to the Fiscal Court as delinquent. Now, in orderto keep off the delinquent list, be sure and settle your Tax by December Jst and stop this delinquent talk. All property, tax not paid by December J st, will bear the expense of penalty and cost of levy, so please make your arrangements to settle and save this extra expense. CAM MULLINS, S. R. C. At $loo REWARD $loo The readers of this papec will be pleased to learn that tlm is FOR REPRESENTATIVE ut least one dreaded disease that COMMISSIONER'S SAL, science has been able to. cure in E A. Chilton Hv virtue of a judgment and or ul its stages, and that is. catarrh. Fa I'r Catarrh Cure 1st the only of sitl j of the kocIcci stle Cir- positive cure known Uv tho medicTo vote the Republican Ticket dor August term, al fraternity. Catarrh heing a except for Representative and Tor cuit Court at it's in the action of Waiker Owonstuutional disease, requires a E A Chilton for thaE office, 1915, ens, pi lintiff against G. M. Child- constitutional treatment. Hall's stamp oh the circle under the Log ress an I J. I'l OullooV, defend-dns- , Catarrh Cure U taken internally Cabin and in the circle under the acting directly upon the !! od and I will on tho l&t day of No mucous surfaces ot the system hand holding scales. veniber, lOifi, between tho hours thereby destroying the foundathe Democratic Ticket To voto of 1.) o'clock a. m. and i2 o'clock tion o'f tho disoase. and giving the except for Representative and for noon, at tho front door ol the. patient strength by building up E A. Chilton Tor that of lice, cou t house in Mt. Vernon, Ky v the constitution and assisting na jjturo in doing its work. The pro stamp in the e'rele urder the Dolly or for sale ,at public iiuctia" prietors have so much faith in its Rooster and in the circle under I'xpose highest and best bidder to the curative powers that tney ofTer 80c Gold, the hand holding scales. described oropytyt One Hundrod Dollars for any case For other tickets, vote in simiab mt that it fails to cure. Send for One ooiler mid Ready Adv. lar way. list of testimonial t wel'.e horse power, of Address E. .1. CHENEY & CO , nake and all atiac mtiifs there!' me saw rig pouv n.ttku includ g Toledo, Ohio., Sold by all druggist 75c FOR FLETCHER'S wo solid tooth 48 to 50 in h saw Take Hali's fomily pills for oou nd ull belt ng tools and attach belonging thereto: one cut stipation. menls 1 oft outfit and one set of grist rocks, MY to he sold as ihe property of G. M Childress and J. E. Bullock. Tkums: Sale will ho made on 50-l- b a credit ot six in out lis; bond with approved security requited, Misses Mattie Pittnun and Hat 50-l- b at tho rale of six per cent tie Carmical spent Saturd iy with pjr anni" from date until paid, Miss Harrison Harmon. 25-lbsaand hav n the force and effect of a Cane Pitman is numbered among the judgment. Rev. Carmical filled his sick. (t. S. Griffin, ( littles ) Master Com. Rockcistlu Circuit regular appointment at Mt. PleasJOc littles ) Mrs. ant Situ id iy and Sunday. Court of this pi .c s, ent J din Taylor Siturday and Sunday C ih par FOR FLETCHERS. Mr. and vMrs Whitnker, at ents Mi.-- s Bertha Carrai- Ha- sibrd JOOc c.tl spent Thursday with her sisFACTS FOR SUFFRERb. ter, Mrs. Stevo Carpenter at Mt. I'jiu results from injury or con- Vernon. Mis. George Perciful gestion. Ae it neuralgia, daughter ol lumbago, neuritis tooth- and Miss Ola Robins, : Mr, ond Mrs. Wm. Robins, are ache, sprain, bruise, sore stiff Rev. Thomas mscles or whatever pain you have among tho sick. yields to Sloan's Liniment bring Clifford filled bis regular appoint new fresh blood, dissolves the coo raont at .Hopewell Saturday and ; est ion. relieves the injury, the Sunday.--ReTames Barnes was circulation is free and your pain visiting Robert Harmon. Mrs leaves as if by magic, nature of its qualities penetrate immediate- Charles Carmical and daughter, The Man Who Wants ly to the sore spot . Don't keep Miss Hattie, spent several days on suffering. Get a bottle of with relatives at Mt Vernon. Sloan's Lineament. Ufo it. It means instant relief. Price 25c WHAT WOULD YOU DO? and 50c. $1 00 holds six times as There are many times when one much as the 25c sze man questions another's actions and motives. Men act differently 'School Lav. under different circumstance. The question is. what would you 6 do right now if you had a severe COMPLETE TWO YEAH COURSE, Je cold? Could you do beuer than nnrftarm.JAil.S. WlMrM for brf la 9 MiUtM. AecentofteoartiuidiUri. to luke Chamberlain's Cough Tultloa noro. I16rrlct, Mill7JrJ'.forFTlEKcU!tind of Remedy? It is highly reccora bandaom. 1S! baotona Etchlof TLamuJattenoaraadf totrama,rrlt mended ' y people who have used I had gotten so weak I could not stand, OJJOTT riWDAKEKrSK'r, LHimft, Kf. it for yeurs nil know- - its value. After Fear Years f Discouraging 13 and gave up In despair. Mrs. O. H Saient, Porun, Ind., CMditieuHrs. Bollock Gave says Chamberlain's Cough Rem At last, my husband got me a bottle of 7 edyis worth its we'ght in gold ATTORNEY-AT-I,ACardui, the woman's tonic, and I comUp ia Despair. Husband and I tako pleasure- in recomMT. VERNON. KY. menced taking it. From the very first mending it," For sale by Alll Cane (e Rescue. OFFICB.- - On and. floor fo Dealers. dose, I could tell it was helping me. I The Bank of Mt. Vernon , on Church can now walk two miles without its street. Special attention given receive tiring me, and am doing all my work." to collections. Catron, Ky. In an Interesting letter V If you are all run down from womanly Phone No. 80. from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock writes as follows: "1 suffered for four troubles, don't give up in despair. Try poll charged o JUST RECEIVED A CAR LOAD OF O Flour Pure id Mill Feed Helmit, pr bg 85c Varden Mixed, - prbg prbg 90c Gurr-Sc'it- Children Cry Every Sack Guaranteed to You CASTORIA Hpwll OLD STILL HAVE SOME OF AND SOME NEW PRICES can, $5.00 can, $435 bear-interi-- st S Pure Lard, Silver Leaf, Compound, Pure Suga, Pure Lard in Compound ( in ck, $J.65 - - J2c pound pound COME IN AND TRADE WHERE - YOUR$ IS WORTH FARRIERS EXCHANGE rheu-uiatis- h, v. R. S. JETT the Farmers Trade 1 j i v Jtfftrson Bl(-hl- f HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE 'C. William, - P. H. Conovcr Dentist MT. VERNON, KY ( f j J.C-McCLAR- Y vt and EMBALMER UNDERTAKER $ FrontKoomsovertJaiceraciore Phone 49-- V years, with womanly troubles, and during this time, 1 could only sit up for a little while, and could not walk anywhere at all. At times, 1 would have severe pains Cardui, the woman's tonic. It has helped' more than a million women, in its 50 years of continuous success, and should VBBvBKjr?72LE? BETHURUM & LEWIS Attorneys at Law pffices $ in Bethurum Bldg. : i il. tin Coarts surely help you, too. Your druggist has sold Cardui for years. He knows what: in my left side. it will do. Ask him. He will recom--meThe doctor was called in, and his treatit. Begin taking Cardui today. ment relieved me for a whHe, but I was Write tot ChatUnoog-- Mollcloe Co.,Udlf' soon confined to my bed again. After Dept., nd a Hut, nothing seemed to do me any good. Chattanoota. Tenn., for Special book. ' Horn Jnttructioni on your cut and Trtalmtot for Woman." ot In plain wrapper. . J Advisory I