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Mount Vernon signal: October 22, 1915 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1915 mou1915102201_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: October 22, 1915 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. '"'Xj! Published Every Friday m VOLUME XXIX . jpttt mt: Vernon, munmi i i itt Established 1887 22, 1915 . Rockcastle county, Friday, October NUMBER 3 KM READY-TO-WEA- R ' MIPS Hl F ill S $ II . J I Nows reached here a few days ago of the shooting of Moses Mul-lin- s but the details we are unable to give. A revival will begin at the Christian church, the date of which we will give later. Elisha Bullock, candidate for the Legislature was here Tuesday "Tub" says he will have a walkover. He dont think that Chilton is in it at all but sometimes the best laid plans of men and mice -- STANLEY AND HIS MULE y. 'Sy-- '".. , P'48&ry .' ';.. 'em'' y' ji " ?. &, ', t '?,? jr " $.kz : . . . t w j. hS . m: ,& -- 3r?s..-A,syr:- - . , .. s .' ' "s. r- jr,' vr .' ' "fbanKvtifeCT x t .u ,;. t ... 33S4tf! vv. r. e, r 't" ,'''.", 43L &;, ?fs?y fail. SPECIALS Edger Herd is in Paris this week working in the dispatchers office We have two tickets for Town Trustees in our town viz C. B. Blanford, J. R, Mink, O. Argen-brigh- sj&W: jwiL'JimMwmmm' - 1 mMMzmm XBh&mBM& t.e mmm t, m Ladies' & MILLINERY SUITS READY-TO-WEA- R Men's SHOES were we so well Never to fulfill our obligations to the public than now by furnishing them the biggest possible value in I.W. Catlin and J.B Hays and on the other, T. C. Welch, Ben Hellard,"' G. D. Cook, Wm. Hicks. W. N. Riggs is a candidate for Marshal and has opposition in the person of J. C. Bul-iocRev, Baker of Fariston, tilled his regular appointment at the Christian church Saturday and Sunday. Victor Tate of Mt. Vernon, was here between trains Tuesday. Mrs. Jim Owens of Brodhead, was here between trains Tuesday. Little Miss Vivian Al-- o right the little daughter of Mr. aud Mrs A. E. Albright of Brodhead visited Mrs. Wm. Owens last Friday One week from next Tuesday will bring the election and some body is going to be defeated. Well, we hope it will pass off peacably and of course every one is confident his candi- k. $iX&&2WJS&ZZ Astrde a rpule, A. O. Stanley Democratic candidate for governor, rode across the mountains to keep speaking engage- aw5sjj..rf,svs&; yLtr ..SWSiS &gZ&gS85St 'Mf'-'-1 ZiX? i&SkfSSiHM'JiUmKZZ &&&l&mKMf?3&l rvic .tfrtttm&sgm -r''M4b2m3&eMBrjifav&z y?&5'asryJiiaK wmMmm :AmmBim ments at Hiodman and Hazard. Coi grtcsmn Frank Hopkins. He was accompanied by former date will be elected. Mrs. T. W. Terry was. in London Monday having dental woik done. Judge B. J. Bethurum of Somerset, T J. Niceley and Judge L. W. Bethurum were here Tuesdav night. They spoke at the school house. D. B. Rambo was in Mt. Ver non Tuesday on business. G. S. Griffin has purchased the one half interest in the G. S. Griffin Co. store here of U. G. Baker. The iuventory of the one-hal- f interest to $4000,00. The name amounted ot the 6rm will in the tutu re be G. S. Griffin & Son as his son, B. H Griffin now becomes a partner in the business. TO NED UP WHOLE SYSTEM "Chamberlain's Tablets have done more for me than I ever dared hope for," writes Mrs. Esther Mae Baker, Spencerport, N. Y. '"I used several bottles of these tablets a few months ago. They not onl cured me of billious attacks, sick headache and that tired out f ling, but foned up my whole sv stem," For sale by All Dealers.. FOR MEN AND WO WEN. Our show-inthis FALL exceeds all previous efforts to g give you the most for your money, and each and every sale bears the silent but impressive V If I ! testimony that our READY-TO-WEA- R business has been the largest in this town, strictly on honor behind every transaction Buy your whole outfit here, it will pay you big. SUITS beautifully designed, SHOES with SOVER pRAIFD'Cl L7ISI ;;:::: j ... QSiti ..... ......... ...I 5I5TI iiltt'f'!!'!!!!!'!1 tfit MT. VERNON KENTUCKY .....i... t .....t f II 3 ( I ilo N international reputation. Greatest Beg ! SUTTON & MCBEE :: : ! 1 To Advise That We Have Bought 1 :h At a Discount Much Below Cost A Great Lot of Merchandise consisting of Men's and " FOR CASH Lee Coffey iave had diphtheria, has returned from a few weeks will spend his year's vacation in One has entirely recovered, the; visit to Carlsbad Springs. - Mr. Virginia, aud will probably make other is quite ill at present (Wed- and Mrs C. C. Howell, and B. A. his future home there. nesday). Dr. Gravely is the at- Yadon were visiting Mr. and Mrs. THE COLDS OF MANKIND Mr Maddox, of Springfield, 111." tending physician. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Parigin. Sunday. CURFDBY PltfES. John was visiting J. G. Frith and 0. C. Wilrnott, of Knoxvihe, Parigin. who recently had astroke Have you ever gone through a family here recently. Mrs. Les Tenn.. were guests of the family j of paralysis, is in a serious con-te- r tyical pine forest when you had a B. Hilton, and little son James of Mr. and Mrs B. R. Wilmott, ditiou. and is not expected to re- - cold? What a vigerous impulse it wide your How Lr. w. j Carter was in sent! to takeyou opened tuvigorat iiutner. of Stanford, were visitiug last week. They were also guests cover in those lungs little girl ing and myseriods qualities. her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. JR. of Mr. and Mrs. Granville Leece Stanford, Monday.--- A Cass, since our last letter. The during their stay. Earl Tharp is of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Leece was Yes, Dr. Bell's Rev. Grear, Presiding Elder ot the attending business college at quite sick with diphtheria the first possesses those stimlating quali nacKing Methodist church, held services Bowling Green. A small cuild ot of the week. Drs. Gravely and ties ana overcomes G. F. Sutton of Carter attended her. W. E. covghs. The inner lining of tha Dr. here the 8th, followed by the new Mr. and Mrs. is strengthened in its at Pastor, Rev. Roxie Powell, who Lexington, died there Monday, Gravely took George W. Frith to throat tack against cold germs. Every held services Saturday and Sunday and was brought here for burial, Louisville, Tuesday morning. family needs a bottle constantly following, John Pritchett, of The family arrived Tuesday night, Mr. Frith has been in a very ser Bthand. 25c. Danville, Ind., was the guest of and the burial took place Wednes-hi- s ious condition for several months, sister Mrs. Cash Hiatt, of day afternoon at the Christian and being informed by his doctor the Hiatt section, during the past church cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. that he could not get well, and LoJVJMGj-sleF- l two weeks. Mrs. W.C. Swinford, Suttou are with her parents, Mr. that an operation would not save of Durango, Colo., was the guest and Mrs. Owens, here for a few him, yet realizing all this he wantof her brother, J. J. Painter, last. days. Mrs. Owens returned from ed to be taken to Louisville; where Mrs Gaorge painter, who has week. Mrs. Swinford is now with Lexington, where she had been for a specialist could examine him been quite sick for some time is her mother at Livingston, who is a few days, Tuesday. The Farm-ver- y but was informed that an opera greatly improved, Mrs. Lizzie ill, at the home of her daugh ers Institute that was held here tion would only hasten the end. Swinford, who has been visiting ter, Mrs. Euimerson Rice. Frank last week was not as well attended He remained in the city a few days relatives here for some time, will Ward, Asststant Agent for the L, as expected. We are unable to the doctor returning Tuesday leave for Lebanon Junction this & N. at Junction City, was with see why farmers will not avail night. -- W. A. Robbins purchased week and then will go to her home his parents here during the week, thernselvee of such opportunities. the T. Wallin barber shop the in Colorado. Dr. Walker Owens, Buck Bowling, an I,. & N. F. F. Robbius and family, of first of the week, and is in full of Mt. Vernon, was here between brakeman, fell between two cars the Copper-Cree- k section, are charge, and seems to be enjoying trains Wednesday. 0 J. Ride last Sunday week, and was' i ting relatives in Laurel and Bell a liberal share of the barber busi has returned frem Cincinnati. ' seriously injured. Dr. W. F. Car- -' counties for two weeks, it being ness. Brodhead can boast ol havMrs. Earl Rice ol Lebanon ter, Railroad Surgeon, accompan- their first visit in sixteen years. ing an ample sufficiency of barJunction, was visiting relatives ied him immediately to Lebanon Mrs. George W. Brooks, of Den- bers, and they are all good ones here Sunday. 1. W. Catlin was where he underwent an operation. ver. Colo , is pith relatives and too Mr. Wallin wi'l soon open a in Cincinnati, Saturday. Dude W. D. Cummins, a splendid friends here for a few days butcher shop in the D. B. Albright Wagoner has moved his familj incitizen from Quail, purchased the Dick Martin was in Junction City restaurant building. Master Mac to the T. J. Pennington property 3; E. Woodyard property last last Saturday on busiuess. Mrs. Albright has pneumonia but is re on high street. Mr. and Mrs. Ed week at the small sum of $2,500. W. R. Carter was in Stanford sev- - ported getting along nicely. Quinn have returned to Paris This is good property, and Mr. 'eral days last week," returning Ralph Albright is numbered with after a few days visit with Mr. Cummins certainly got it at a Monday. Mrs. J. L. Pilkenton is the sick this week-- . A small child and Mrs. J. B. Hays. Mrs J. B. .great bargain. He will move representing the Goodrich Drug of Johh Harris and Emmett Par-kers- Hays is visiting her daughter. . ..." has diphtheria. Dr. Carter , .here as soon as he can get posses- - Co., of Omaha, Neb., in some of .' na juinn at .rans this week Mrs. sion. Mr. A. T. Furnish Is now the adjoining towns, talking the is the attteuding physician. The Mr.,J.H. Kinnyhan has return- - j .occupying the residence. Mrs. Pilkenton Rev. J. A. Sawyers, who was Mr. Velvetina line. ed fro'rkwyisit with relatives in Furnish is buildinga residence on was in need of a little recreation, from the., ministry for one Alabama. Mrs A. W. Bourne . ytar by the Methodist Conference itbe farm recently purchased from and tootc advantage of this.oppor-.Mrswas in London Tuesday, visiting P. Benton, where-- " he will tunity, while the Velvetina people and placed on the pension roll, relatives. It is reported that Tohn Onove as soon as completed. Two were making a special advertis-jsaial- l preached t the Baptist church iuinn was snou in ljondon a tew children of Mr. and Mrs. ingcampaign. Mrs. R.-H- . Hamm here Wednesday evening. He days ago. Pacticulars not learned JSreGlkeeiGL -- Pine-Tar-Hon- 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 Volutnns of Merchandise Of Our Own, it being our intention to make this by far the Greatest Selling Event in the History of the Trade. OUR Prices willber named that will make new Low Records, and no Live Money Saver can afford to miss this opportunity. STORE WILL BE Brim Full of Bargains EVERYTHING, SOLD AT A SACRIFICE k would take this entire paper, were we to name each T- - vis-her- e 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 and at nearly One-ha-lf Priee SHOES and SLIPPERS at eLss than Cost , to make up Carpets and Matting Druggets and Rugs for less up-to-d- ate .. . -- on .,.... -- o Our Motto. "SELL IT FOR LESS tt :::::cpc$Dcc: I qxcr.:::: 9 5 MT. VERNON KENTUCKY B BAKER'S A.A-- -- ...- , .f - AAAAAAAA . 222-ZZ2a!2X- 2 22222S2: 2222!222a2 : V- " r laHwaiMaBBOTnaamiOTMaaMBMBi mkmMmmmmiiT'&Lm "! i t, .j I j- - m- - , -- J..-'- ; 1 -- , - V 'V ! rr-"- MT. VERNON SIGNAL Friday, Oct. 22, 1915" gage in somethiug else than cotton beginning at Chicago goiUR via MRS.CARRI-THERSFELT planting. A great raiuiy are feed- - Indianapolis to Louisville, the othat Buffalo or Niagara iue mules too. and the demand' er T for the hybrids in the south is Falls; thence across the Western bound to become steady again in portion of New York, Pennsylva- 'I by Published every Friday ... w iis .; v ...iwi i.. ix tri y an m. iiuit) e vwj miu, EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT, farmes will make no mistake in state ot Kentuckx at Maysville. Glad She Took Advice! When Huf- feeding a few lor the southern thence via Lexington, and from tvnd Said, Let's Get a Bottle $I.O market for inflles are certain! that point will go over the road- of Tan lac OB9CRIPTION 0R YEAR bed ( f B one Way (Boone-Jac- k coming back ' " L uiA'lle, Ky., Oct. 21, i9i5. Mr. Lutes says that he is feed son) through Frankfort to LouU Aivertteing rates maae know 07 ing a couple hundred bead of ctt vtlle "where it converges with the Statement after statement is bci g application tie on his big plantation near Chicgo division; tlrce to New made in regard to the merits of Goldboro and will take back with Oi leans vii Bard t'.v, Glassgow Tanlac, the new medicine thv is Sc itl ville, Krhtucky to accomplishing such astonishing him a car load of mules to carry an Mrs. Salle MEMBER OF Nashvl'--- , n'rminham, Montgom results in Louisville. over till spring. Carrithers, residing at 3846 Grand KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION Mr. Lutes declares that the peo ery and IoPe 01 to 'he Crescent PUMP' Boulevard, city, wife of a well- ple of the South are solidly with City. X known car builder fit thn L. & N. Eastt-rsPtuuolcy counties are President Woodrow Wilson in the SBKHR wonderfully successful effort ht working o ' n proposition to build shops, said recently.: "My husband just simply forc has made to keep this country oui 1 highway fro n Whitesburg, of war and at peace with the Letcher county, lyin on the bor ed me to take this. Tanlac. but. world; and he declares tbat when ler of V"ginia, to Richmond now I am glad that I took the , thru the counties o' medicine, as I am one of the, hap-the presidential election rolls 'entucK AUT" DEMOCRATIC TICKET LOADINA SHOTGUN next year, Wiliou will re rj tcher. Le lie Perry, Breathitt, piest women in Louisville, around "Dope" on shooting is plentiful. And For GoTernon, A. O. Stanley. ceive the largest vote from the Lee and FstOl, there to connect "I had always suffered from cat For Lieu't Gov. James D. Black. southern states ever given a presshooters know where the right dope comes ith the Dixie Highway. It i arh of the stomach, but my real Sec'y State Barksdale Hamlett began when I ate someFor to name this road the trouble ident in the history of the coun prof-itleads straight to Remington- - UMC. from and thing and had ptomaine poisining For Atty. General, M. M. Logan. try. Interior Journal. Mc?rary Highway, '' in honor as result of it. My stomach was For Auditor, R. L, Greeu. these are the Remington-UM- C Pump Gun and Autoloading Gun of cur Governor, who has been a For Treas Sherman Goodpaster. such a bad, sensitive condition shotguns of today. Adopted everywhere, for use in the field and over the THE HIGHWAY SITUA- consistent friend and worker in in i could not eat anything. For Clerk Court of Appeals, that the good roads movement. traps shot by more of the men wno are setting tne pace m xne B W. Keenon. TION IN KENTUCKY. "Vly husband said to me oni Kentucky has got into the good sport than any other make of guns in the world. diy. 'Why don't you try this For Supt. Pub. In's. V. O. Gilbert roads game for keeps, as is evi For Com. Agricul. Mat S. Cohen. I had tried so many By JAMES MARET, President "Boone Way" denced by the fact that 104 of In the matter of Shells where is the sportsman who does things tbat I fo A discouraged and For Judge 28, judicial Dist , Mt. Vernon, Kentucky. "Speed Shells," Steel Lined her counties have applied lor state not know the Remington-UM- C W. R. Cress told him t a believed nothing aid and gone to work. It is to be all the drive of the powder kept back of the shot, and.showing In Meeting of Southern Appa- recalled that the Legislature, in would help me. Stanley ndes a Democratic results that flatter any make of gun? "He took me for a walk one lachian Good Roads Asso- 1914, passed a road law which almule up in the mountains in Mor evening recently, and when passDealer. He For the right dope see the Remington-UM- C lows any county in the state to ciation, Bluefield VV.Va., row's home county. Ed Morrcw Taylor-Iseac- s 1e Drug Store the sign draw from the State treasurv an ing displays the Bed Ball Mark of Remington-UM- C Is astride the Republican eleplnnt October 14, 1915. said, '.et's go in and get a bott'e amount equal to that expended bv that his store is Sportsmen's Headquarters of the town. ao ungainly animal that will not f Tanlac.' He had my arm and be able to get him anywhere in One hundred and four, out of said county upon the construc- we weut into the store together and 3095 Sold by your bis hopeless chase for the office 120 counties in Kentucky, have tion of new roads or the recon- nd bought u bottle of Tanlac. merchants in Kentucky other of Governor. But at that Mor- taken advantage of the State aid struction of old ones. The first "I waited until morning before row is a' tine fellow, and while he road law, enacted in the year 191' one?, however which must receive I began taking the medicine. I MtUllIc Cuixiip Co., Woolwork Boildk (233 Brwiwij) New Ye City i. RmlUtM inter-countcannot win what he is ostensibly and are actively at work, or soot attention shall be took a dose before breakfast, one after he is making capital for will be. In the construction of new seat roads. Where a county t noon, and a third at supper and usts $100,000 up peat highways or the .Jilmself in a race he will make in inter-count- y That night I slept more sounilv the future to succerd Caleb Pow- reconstruction or improving ex- on the roads, in accordance to than I bad in mouths. I now ers, the Republican Congressman isting turnpikes. Southeastern statutes, the state repays $00,000 have taken two bottles of Tanlac A CLOGGED SYSTEM MEED ATTENTION. Kentucky, as well as the othf-- r in yearly payments until that nd I feel like I am cured. I am from the Eleventh district. anion t has been refunded to the Are you bilious, dizzy and list Shelby ville Record. mou.itai nous section of Eastein here to get another bottle, though portion of the state has plodded county. Along with this till was as my husband insists that I less? Dr. Kinsrs New Life taken at once siezes upon cons The London road passed to the with nothing much better than a proision levying five cents up .should do so. pation and starts the wels right of the Town Hill until the trails" since Boone passed this on all property throughout the "I simply cannot get enough to naturally and easily. Moreover year i860 when the road was made way a hundred and forty years state, which fund is placed in the eat now I never had such an ap- it acts without griping Neglect treasury for meeting these pav of a clogged system often leads around on le!t s:di of the hill, in my life. I enjoy every- to the most serious complications. ments. Under this law there has petite with a much better grade. There The most important thru high thing I tast and I digest every thing Poisonous matters and a body was a tragedy committed with way proposition, to the people c f een the greatest awakening on properly. My stomach is in ex- poorly functioning need Immedithe grading 0 the road. Robt. Kentucky, Tennessee, North Car- the highway subject that ever cellent condition and the catarrhal ate attention If you wish to morning hapAldred killed by J. Scarber, Oct. olina and Virginia, at thTs time, took place in the old common- trouble has disappeared. My wake up to morrow wealth. py in mind and entirely satistied 5, i860", so the tombstone states, is "Boone Way," now being conmajority of men relish good, Tan-- 1 Start our treatment tonight. A large number of counties hearing has even improved standing near Southeast corner of structed from Cumberland Gaj c is really a very wonderful 35c a bottle. fresh, bread and miss keenly Elmwood cemetery. Scarber con- northward to connect with the have voted bond issues Others medicine." cealed himself by the roadside Kentucky system of turnpikes. ire following almost daily. But Taiilac.the premier preparation, when compelled to eat ordinary bread and waited until the victim start- This road has been routed from ew counties have turned down the is sold exclusively in Mt Vernon, Complete confidence comes to the ed home from work and stiuck Cumberland Gap to Louisville, proposition. The latest to carry was Drugstore of Chas. C Davis, and FOR FLETCHER'S Payette county, which has the can also be obtaimd at the.Central him on the head with a stone across the state, a distance of 250 who uses the Morning Star Drug Co . Livingsta and John Aldred lived three days. miles, via Middlesboro, Pineville best system of pikes in the state, Diug Brodhead Ky. Robins' in her bakings, confidence when Barbourville, Corbin, London, yet voted a $300 000 bond issue to The Mt. Vernon Commercial Mt. improve its splendid Vernon, ) Crab f Orch further she buys, for every sack is guaranteed . Club has caused the question of ard, Stanford, highways. Lancaster, Danville, i to give satisfaction, confidence when she bakes ! t the fact that the vVestern Union Harrodsburg, Lawrenceburg,(west Bonds and appropriations to-for Morning Star Flour never goes wrong, but Telegraph Company's having a loop), Nicholasville, Lexington the amount of $1,850,000 has been goes further than usual Horn by making more pole line, with four circuits thru Versailles, Frankfort, Shelby ville. voted and made by the counties loaves to the sack, causes the least care in the Rockcastle county, without having thence to Louisville. thru which Boone Way and Bast mixing, and kneading, and produces the mo3t an office within the county, to be 9 There is a turpike from Crab Dixie Highway passes in Kentucky satislying bread, light, sweet, snowy white loaves called to the attention ot the Inter- Orchard to Louisville, a distanc for the construciion of these and with crusts delicious and tender, and there is state Commerce Commission at of 155 miles, which is being im- local roads. least waste from stale ends and dry crust?, for Washington for investigation and proved by every county It is proposed, during i9i6 to thru bread made frum Morning Stnr Flour o9 fresh action. The telegraph company which this highway passes leaving route Boone Way on Southeast qther. It permits of baking more longer than will learn before it is thru with us 95 miles to be made between Crah from Cumberland Gap to Mocks loaves at a time and less often, thereby saving in they are Jpoliqg with a buzz Orchard and Cumberland that Gap ville, North Carolina, the old work, fuel and care. saw, when they try to ignore us This construction now under way, home of Daniel Boone, who left SO.' Until yon have tried Morning Star Flour yon in this business. is expected to be completed by that point on his memorable maich will never know a perfect flour in i775 for Kentucky, guiding August 1916. MT. VERNON. KY. GOOD TIMES IN THE SOUTH The East loop of Dixie High the Hendersons to Boouesboro. E CATER to the voung folks way, that portion between Chatta The loute will probably be about ) withv a complete line of That the South is on the verge nooga and Indianapolis, will use as follows: Via Bristol Toilet Articles and Cosmetics, Tennessee, Elk of the greatest period of prosper- 85 miles of the road-beof Boone Ehzabethton, and to the old folks with all kinds ity it has ever know in all its his- Way, (Dixie-Boonebetween Park, Avery county, North Caro of reconsrructive tonic and tory is the prediction of Charles Cumberland Gap and Mt. Vernon, lina to Linville; thenqe "over the system builders. E. JLutes, of Golesboro, North Kentucky, where it diverges for 'Crest of Blue Ridge Highway", to Blowing Rock; Carolina, who came to Lincoln Richmond, Lexington, Cincinnati (Boone-Crest- ) thence over the Bristol Charlotte county late xast week to buy a car and Indianapolis. W. J. Sparks, tar load of mules and to look after of Mt. Vernon, is president and Highway thru Patterson, Lenoir, She Horn of TANLAC his farming interests here. Mr. James Maret, of that place, is Hickory, Newton and Statesville 'Phono No. 39 Lutes went from this county to secretary of the East Kentucky. to Mocksville. with a branch or North Carolina several years ago, Tennessee Dixie Highway Associ loop from Linville to Ashville and j and has had unusual success in ation, an auxiliary to the parent B ltniore, over Crest of Blue Ridge e his horse, mule and other farming organization, with duties of look- Highway; thence thru Oldfort, ; Ky operations in the state of his ad- ing after and encouraging the Marion, Bridgewater, Morganton, a ( option. early completion of the work on and Conelly Springs to Hickory, a r ". "With cotton selling now at i2 this division or Eastern loop of there to converge with Eastern COMPLETE LINE fcnd I3 cents, and very apt to con this greatrhighway between Chat- loop tor Mocksville. A spur is Coffins, Caskets and Robes tinue on the upgrade, the farmers tanooga and Indianapolis. Most also proposed from Blowing Rock Mail, Telegraph or Teleof the South are feeling very good roads readers recall the fact to Boone, in Wautauga county, phone orders Promptly good." said Mr. Lutes. "The that the Dixie Highway (with North Carolina. The distance Filled production of cotton was cut down loops) is routed from Chicago to from Louisville to Mocksville 5oo to Keep SK miles. Cumberland Gap being about a sixth this past season, Miami, Florida; the west loop diwhich has been one oi the causes verges at Indianapolis going via the exact half way point. Constantly Befcre The year 9 15 still has almost of its advance, and the fact tbat Louisville, and Nashville to Chat the European market has been tanooga where it converges with three months to its credit, but, in lill the progress made in its first three gradually opened, has helped also Eastern loop THE FACT THAT Your The cottton situation really workYet another route has been lo- quarters, it hasmore to its credit Yon IT IS SEEKING blessing in disguise for the cated and named the Dixie Bee of substantial achievement for ed a Southern planters when the war Line, starting from Chicago, Kentucky's imraediite and lasting broke out, although lew of them going via Evansville, Indiana, and betferraent than any decide of Our line of Couch Caskets realized it at the time." Mr. entering Kentucky at Henderson, years in the'last half century."- Care Is Prepared is unexcelld (The next annual meeting of the Lutes continued. "It forced thence via Hopkiu sville and Guth Hand-mad- e Coffins furnished y Southern Appalachian Good them to diversify their crops. rie to Nashville. There have been bigger corn and The Jackson Highway lately Roads Association will be held Hearse sen! to all parts of : $ whaat crops grown in Dixie this put on the map, is another im- at Lexington, Kentucky, in Octothe County. past season than ever before in portant movement. Petor Lee ber 1916 James Maret, of Mt. her history, while the feeding of Atherton. a great Highway man, Vernon, was reelected Kentucky's All orders by Wire Promptly'Filled hogs and cattle has also increased of Louisville, was elected presi Vice President of the Association.) 9 enormously. All of this has tend- dent of this Association at its re III! ed to show the southern farmers cent covemion at Nashville. Tbe m Phone 94-S- . M l VERNON, KY. e a good living, routing tbat they of this highway is FOR FLETCHER'S and Gad U very profitable to en- - about as follows: One branch I DISCOURAGED liliilliinLJJJ 1 1 O- Two Favorite Shotguns and the SS "Speed Shells" d that it mHE 1 I I " 1 leading home dealer Ama-Ut- y with me and have Jsome of my wife's good bread made from MORNING STAR FLOUR tasty it c OME home to dinner -- The 1 Children Cry CASTORl A I::;: woman Flour 9 CHAS. C DAVIS k-ep- s Leading Druggist W (Va-Tenn- Rockcastle Milling Co Incorporated C. T. RIDDLE d ), BRODHEAD, KY. y CHAS. C. DAVIS iyyayasa-yaa- 20pc38:&:& SRANVILLS OWENS UNERTAKER ......... .... ... ......... ... .... .....?fz2il Brodhead r m "I I This Bank Wishes $gx&xD&2&r&(3!& 1 business For It UttDSSTAKBR And To -- Peoples Bank J can-mak- Children Cry CASTOR A Mt Vernon I Kentucky P W. A. COX, "Trri JV- ? MT. VERNON SIGNAU r uU.m;. ::: no Ky O. . 22. 79 crate wao to Cotnmun r.79 wltti SIGNAL No. 79" wne lOUISV'LLC & N ASHVILLC R R. CO. tiror TIME TABLE. . and Mrs- - ,ames Lawrence1 are rejoicine "ver the arrival of t eir first born a irl W5 J. B. Conn, the expert plumb-ei- . f n. m Lancaster, is in Mt. Vernon doing work this week. M. B Saliu, enroute from Louisville to East Bemstadt, stopped over to see his many fri2nds here last week. Mrs. W. F. Carter, of Brodhead, who has been at Dr. E. .7 Brown's for treatment, re turned to her home to day. Inte Mr- I THE OLD RELIABLE Royal BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure F"JH5V5 rior Journal. - i 4 !3 11 uortn nortn south South m 3:56 a m 11:39 a ni 12:13 a m 5 04 h Don '1. u bu you. tal su't you see Fish's 15 specials t 1 Big line of good leather shoes Tas. Landrum, Agent. at the right prices at Fish's. Phone No. 8. If you once wear Fish's Union ntered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Po?Vfice Suits vou will always wear them mail matter. as second-clas- s ami ever hav wear troubles. l.H. Airi..i: st&m&&8m raMMc Ai 4SF3R " " Contains No Alum A uy more in lei We have yor . . you 11 want a load ot coat in a J. D. Hall, who left Livingston hurr, ee . Fish & Son. VJm. Arnold Jr. is able to be last winter on account of bad Tlei'ctme low perf rmances ont again health, is now located at Harlar, now begin promptly at 7 p. m. at Mrs. V H. Fish is suffering e: joying better health and doing Boone Way Hall. PERSONAL .... Corbin. 1 T with tonsilitis. Chester Landrum is on-th- e street again. nicely. interest for the people of the nth man and we hope to see a crowded district". Speaking will close in time to catch trains on all lines. John Marshall Chapter, No. 4, house to hear him. A big turnout is expected from Daughters of the American Rev Jim Smith of Spokane, Wash surrounding counties, including olution, will place a marker on the ington, has been here for a few Rockcastle Reduced rates for Boone Trail on the farm of Phildays and tells us that his father, parties of ten or more lip T. Allin, near Livingston, Budd Smith of the Pongo vicinity, Rockcastle countv, Saturday Oct has betn down with typhoid fever Not long since a young man ot 23, which will be unveiLd with WE his brother splendid muscular development He also states that ceremonies on that in Russell ville with two appropriate was seen John who was sent to Franklort day immediately after the arrival at the last term ot court here is heads on his shoulders. Both of a train from Louisville. very low with typhoid at the pris- were fully developed heads, with rather handsome features, one The program wil be in charge on hospital. with blond hair the other with of Mrs, Phillip T. Ajlen,ichairman In our last weeks issue we black The young man is not a of the Boone Tiail Committee, failed to mention the marriage oi museum freak as might be sup- ai d Mrs Sallie Ewing Marshall Miss Jamie Parsons, daughter of posed. The other head was the Hardy, regent A the chapter, Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Parsons, oi property of his sweetheart, and will preside E G Boone, of Pa the Buckeye section, to Mr. Wil would not have appeared in such ducab, a of Daniel a prosperous a deformed popitfon Ham Chad it nofc Boone's brother, Squire Boone, young farmer of the Rose Hill been for the young lady's neglect will make the principal addres section The Signal and a host to drop the cur tain. (Russellville and Mrs James B, Camp of of friends wish this splendid young Louisvil'e, descendant of. another couple a long and happy married brother of the great pioneer, will SERVICES AT CHRISTIAN Atty. J. W. Brown represented life. unveil the marker. Members ol a CHURCH Mt. Vernon Royal Arch Chapter John Marshall Chapter, and state Judge S. W. Hager, Campaign at the ineetiifg of the Grand Chap- chairman advises that there will The services at the Chiistian officers of the D.A.'R. are expect Jt is just 34 miles between the ter. ed to attend. Rockcastle county Mt. Vernon and Danvillo court be a Democratic speaker address church will continue until Sundav Dave Clark left Tuesday for the voters at Mt. Vernon on Sat- night, and the remaining subjects S.'hool children will sing patriotic houses. aongs. Louisville Times. Oklahoma to get Ins mother, who urday Oct. 3oth at 1 p. m. Judge to Be discussed are as follows: Rail Band articles and shoes at has been in the west for several Hager was unable to state who the Friday evening. "Remembrance" ROCKCASTLE CIVIC LEAGUE Fish's jUht a little cheaper than months. speaker would be, but said that Saturday evening, "Righteousness, some other stores sell them. Arthur Diily ha been planning whoever he might be, the Demo Salfcontroll and Judgement to The Rcckcastle Civic League to go to Illinois to 'ocate but has crats could rest assured that he come' . was organized at a meeting in M t. In this issue appears a copy of decided he cau do just about as would be one of the best. Watch Sunday mcrning, "Christ Vernon Court House on last Sat report made on the "Highway Sit well at home and will stay. for circulars for further announce urday. Prof. J. W. VanWinkl uation in Kentuckj " by our Boone Sunday evening, ment. S. C. Franklin attended Macoi "Is Jesus was elected president. W. Way man to the convention of the Christ YOUR Savior?1' ic Grand Lodge meeting at Louis Sparks, vice president; G. S. Soirhern Appalachian Good Judge B. J. Bethurura has Other services for Sunday will Griffin, vice president, Livingston; Roads Association, held at ville during the week and also been in the county this week VV. H. Sowder, made a flying trip to Nashville. vice president, West Virginia, October 14, speaking at a number of points in be: Sunday School 9:4s Brodhead: A. B Furnish, secre 10 and iG. bis candidacy for Judge Mrs. W. J. Sparks and daugh- behalf of Christian Endeavor 7 p.m. tary, Mt. Vernon. In the resoluters, 'Misses Frances and Bess, He spoke here Monday night to a Somerset, Ky., OCT. 19. Fire The services-to-dathave been tions it was shown that public and Mrs. Fannie Adams are in good sized audience of enthusiast well v Newtonian Hoattended, the interest good sentiment is necessary to sustain n the Caleb Powers the city for a few days shopping ic republicans city's largest building, tel, the was bil'.e I to speak at the and visible results gratifying, and officials in the inforcement of law who has who md one of the finest in South Bradley Andersou, same time was present and made a we again extend and invitation to and it is necessary to have good Andeastern Kentucky, last night been with hi? brother, E. J. citizens on juries. Resolution1. .speech. Judge Bethurum spoke be with us in these services. erson for awhile, has returned to H. T. Young, Minister. J also stated that the citizens of Mt caused a loss of between 125,000 at Conway last night which closed and i5o,ooo. The hotefaudxion-tent- s Loransnort. Ind . where he has a his speaking following The constitutional Vernon and Rockcastle, favor an dates for the county. were completely destroyed position. amendments will be voted upon orauization of a Law tnd Ordei ind only after au all night fight The services at the Chiistian Co Atty. and Mrs E R Gentn the coming election. Both amend- League, to assist the officers ol ind the aid of a steady rain was are drawing large crowds ments spent the week in Louisville. Mr are for the interest of Ken the towns and caunty in the dis public representative of and much interest is being mani tucky, and we urge our people, charge of their duties. A largt the entire East side of the Gentry was the The hotel proper- square saved. Ashland Lodge at the meeting of fested under the able preachingof regardless of political affiliations representation from Brodheaa. y was but recently acquired by pastor Rev. Young. The serthe the Grand Lodge. to vote "yes" on both questions. Livingston and other points in tht harles Renner, of Lawrenceburg, vices will continue each evening couuty were present with peti Ky. The origin of the blaze the Mrs. Fred Durham, who was until Sunday evening when the They will appear on the right twenty- thought to be rapidly recovering meeting will close. There have hand side of your ballot and the tions bearing the signatures of tht nost destructive here in None of leading business and professional five years, is unknown. from a long and severe siege of already been some eight or ten amendments as they will appear, he guests was injured. men, laborers, farmers and others tvohoid. had a relaps" last week additions. The splendid music are as follows : endorsing the movement and CALL OF ELECTION. and is still pretty sick. and especially the solos of Miss Constitutional Amendment pledging their hearty support in Whereas a Petition wason the No. 1 Alisses Amy Proctor, Sallye Ruth Mullins has added greatly the work of discontinuing tht day of September lgl5 filed Estep, Messrs Logan Bryant, to each particular service. Are you in favor of the propos practice of vote buying by use o 3I, with the Countv Court Clerk of Herbert Cox and Chas. Thompson Judge G. M. Ballard and J. W. ed Constitutional Amendment whiskey and money. Both polit Rockcastle County signed by 20 motored over to Stanford last Rider were in Frankfort Monday which will allow the use and em ical parties were represented a Sunday afternoon and report a to see Mr. Terrell, Road Commis ployment of convict labor outside this meeting and it was tacitlj egal voters of voting precinct No. .pleasant trip. I, or East Mt Vernon, asking sioner with reference to the con- - ot the wans or the penitentiary agreed tnat it was the prope submission of the question Mori is Brown was down frm ract let to Mr. Rider to build the for the purpose of constructing or thing to do. to eliminate demoral Wnet her cattle or any species East Bernstadt, Tuesday evening even miles leading to Round reconstructing and maintaining izing electioneering teaures anf lookine over the situation with a stone. .Because or certain provis- public roads and bridges and pre- corruption of the bailot. A meet .hereof shall run at large in said It is now ordered by view of beginning work on a new ions Mr. Terrell refused to O. K. paring material for public roads of the League is to take place to )recinct' be opened building, where the restaurant .he contract and the matter is and bridges, and work on the morrow, Saturday, at p m he Court that a poll n said voting precinct at the gen- and livery stable burned. Among the questions to be d still in his hands under advise State farm or farms? be held in said pre- ment In short the difference Constitutional Amendment cussed regards the roping off spao ral election to day T. B. Webber, district engineer of November, polling places so as to keep tht inct on the 2, State Road Department was bei comes in the long and short hauls No. 2. public 50 feet from polls according, 1915, for the purposejof asceijtain- Wednesday with B. T. Monyhan jn excavation. said Are you in favor of the propos- to law. Rockcast'e Citizens Civic ner the will of the "voters-o- f of Nicholasville, who has been as and invite voting precinct upon said ques Mr. Frank B. McClelland, of ed Constitutional Amendment to League is ail good citizens to take member signed to Rockcast'e to look aftei Chicago, and Miss Ella Francis, cf S. F. Bowman, Section 171 of the Constitution of ship. Come to the meeting a tion. the construction of highways. Vlt. Vernon, were married at the Rockcastle Co. Court. Clerk Kentucky, which proposed amend- Court House tomorrow. Topv Attest. The golden wedding anniver home of the bride's cousin, Rev ment will extend the power to the Mt. Vernon had a bakery during sary of the marriage of Mr- Henn Martin D. Harris, inChicago on General Assembly to enact laws to the construction of the lailroad Treat Children's The groom is in divide property into Clay Gentry and wife Mrs. Re October 5th. classes for the here in i867. &c. The second ont E. Tyree Gentry, of tti- the insurance business and spent purpose of taxation and to deter-- ! becca Colds Externally started here was established place, will occur on Decembei some months here a few years ago, what class or classes of prop ' week . It i proving a great con 14th 19 1 5, their marriage havinp tnd made many friends. eruy auan oe sunieci; to local tax venience. Don't dose delicate little stomachs with extends its best wishes. . taken place in I865. ation, and to exempt from taxation harmful internal medicines. Vick's Salve, applied externally, relieves Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Rinke were vVayne County Outlook. bonds of the State and of Counties' by inhalation as a vapor.and by absorption Mr. and Mrs. McChdland both municipalities, and taxing and I - up from Pine Hill yesterday look through the 8km. Vick's can be used freely with perfect safety on the youngest a host of friends here and school districts, and wnich amend Par Infants and Children, ,ing for a house, with the view ol iave member of the family. 25c, 50o, or $1.00. coming to Mt. Vernon for the Isewhere in Kentucky, who wish ment provides that laws passed TIl8 YOM HiV8 AlWaVS BOUgM U&.GFtiUlNE HAS, THIS TRADE MARK.t Mrs! McClelwinter We certainly hope the them happiness. "VAPORU6" Bears the will succeed in finding a suitabh land is a daughter of Dr. and Mrs. be.subject to the referendum Signature W. T. Francis, of this place. power 01 me peopier location and join our number. j tew days. is rapidly reBudd Anderson covering from a severe case of ty phoid. Arthur, oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Thompson, has typhoid fever. Dr. O O. Brock was here yes terday to see hi.? niece. Mrs. VV.H Fisli who is sick. Mrs. Sa'lie Roberts, daughter of John Rol erts, near Rose Hill is on the sick list. was taken to Al rs. D. C. Price Louisville Mondny to be operated en for appendicitis. Air and Mrs. K. J. McKinney are rejoicing over the arrival of a fine young son. Hugh McBee of the Quail section, who hae bad a severe attack of typhoid is rapidly recovering. very sick lor at r:3o p.m. ' 'His fame Dr McWilliarns ol Quail, was Governor will speak in the Court Moudav October 25th. Will Be Unveiled On Farm naHouse, next Monday at 1 o'clock a an orator and statesman is in town Wednesday. Phillip T. Allin On Octotion wide. He has a message of Mrs. T. J. Proctor has been p. m. Judge Walker is a good ber in-Co- able to be Stanley Judge Lewis L. Walker. Repubwill speaVlican nominee for Lieutenant at rbin, Stanley a speaker and a high class gentle UncleSam is well posted when he says "Dress up, boys! He has money in the banks Two Billions. You'll get your share, so inker "Dress Upr Boys!" You can afford it. of Drop in and let us show you 23. Your new Fall Outfit to.day, Come in and see What a little cash will do. - WANT YOUR BUSINESS great-grandso- n Jus t EMiiHG eiflJPKSs MT. VERNON, KENTUCKY. - D-w- ell, News-Democra- t, THE HOME OF GOOD CLOTHES have always told you that when you wanted your watches clocks, I jewelry, flashlight cases, them to -- T Blue-fiel- d, Go to eyes ed, for new pair of glasses, or for flash lights, batteries and bulbs and all other fixtures of Watch Inspector for L. & N. R. R. and ROCKCALTLE RIVER RAILROAD FRANKLIN there test get your that kind. Orders filled by mail, e four-stoi- S. C. FRANKLIN Mt. Vernon, Ky. &m3$3& x$)qp:3 JONAS McKENZIE THE OLD RELIABLE pK3e$3C5ejfctCgX5fc? :$GCS2-3!3G A Merchandise -- good line of General -- T VVXVw- OJvJ-?-7WJ-C-- 2- rjrr f 1 Farm Implements &3C$Xd8pL$X :$ac8eae3e $fSS336dc Come On In for YOUR ; 1 'Jt non-politic- al - - las-min- e Tht-utloo- k "Vnp-O-Ru- b" CASTOR A M ORDER POORHOUSE KEEPER On motion of Louis McGtiire, seconded by Sherman Chasteen, that the paupers of the county be let to a poorhouse keeper bald paupers to be taki n care of, clothed and fed, a contract to be entered into between the successful bidder and the Fiscal Court of Rockcastle county. Bids will be received on the 9th day of November 1915. All Justices voting yea on said motion. It is further ordered that a copy of this order be published in the Mt. Vernon Signal for two weeks. G. M. BeLLard, J. R. C. C. Att S. F. Bowman, C. R. C. C. You've titter saoked a rea ripe cnlm you've saoked a WeQsgtoa. The well pnoctple keep uEva away from we tobacco. Yougtta dean, dry, tweet Ha oke. NoouW pipe is jiat as good u a We&agtea. Rcadr for 70a ntK ock.OcJ3c.3Uci9. sood ayTT T J. P. E. DRUMMOMD Nad In - Zc eASTORliA Children Cif m (FLETCHER'S .. For Sale: "Harvest King" Call on Gus Staversqn. Seed Wheat, for sale. -- tv l H CHILTON INDEPENDENT A. CANDIDATE FOR VOTERS OF KENTUCKY. Answer fiee questions on election day Under Republican rule Vt 1 Street controlled the money anu credit of the nation. The Demo-jcric party destroyed that control Ate ou wiili Wall btrter or the D ;ruocratic party? The aiministration of Wood-- r nv Wilson has extended the Parcel Po-.- t and reduced the cost of a EI!B?nlW2Z3l i Children Cry for Fletcher's Wi -- Representative To the Voters op Rockca- if not entirely do away with this stle COUNTY: At the solicitation evil. I favor the passage of any law and promise of support of many friends, regardless of political af-- 1 or laws that will advance the filiations, I offer myself as au In-- j cause of education or the betterdependent candidate for the office j ment of our schools. But I am of Representative iu the next Gen- opposed to the frequent changes eral Assembly, of Kentucky, from that are made ia the text booki Legislative District No. 70. com- - j of our schools. And I favor the posed of LaureLand .Kockcastle passage of an Act that would precounties And if by jour votes, vent &ny changes being made in you place this very important of- - school books oftener than every fice in my keeping. I prom iseyou five years, and then only in a that I, will discharge its duties in gradual way and not a sweeping an honest, faithful and conscien- or radical change As these contious manner. For as an Inde- stant changes in school books pendent my action? would not be works too great a hardship on the bound or my vote controlled by poor man's pocket book. any political ties or party caucus I am a strong advocate of good es, but I would be lree and un rvmds,and believe that urder oqr trampled to work for and vote for present State Aid Law great gocd any and all measures that would will result to our mountain counbe of most beuefit to the people of ties. But still 1 believe that a lew beneficial changes can be our district, ' Tne office of Representative is made in this most excellent law very important office, one of the that will make it more satisfacto a Most important that you can be- ry and put the coustrucfon 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 govern the State Your Kepresentative in the Legor county, and which, of course islature is nothing more than must necessarily affect the inter- your servant. You pay his tul-arests of every onp. and you have the right to exIf elected as your Representa pect of him that he will promote tive, I would favor the passage of and , guard your interests at all an Act that would,giye equal rep- times. And it is a question of rts resentation to of the getting a "laborer worthy of hi& State redistrictionas it were, hire." And when you come to founded on justice and not on pol- cast your vote on Novembur 2nd, ' itics. this is the simple business proposition for you to decide: If you My temperance views are in accord with the platforms ot both honestly and conscientiously bethe old political parties, as to our lieve that 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 country, 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 Jimite 1 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 J y alL-pa- Oil Sill The Kind You Have Always Bought, and u liich has teen. in use for over SO years, has bornothe signature of and has been made under his sonal supervision since its infancy. X CtccUte. Allow 110 one to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and ' are hut Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment per-rfy-- yz-- v tr..v. tv'r htith conn and see each of .y u ipi'smii-hIIand solicit your support then won't you please ta etl.h-oticand consi it regnal appeal to sider it YOU FOR Y U: SUPPORT bTC3 And if hy yur vote, .you place I , e I 3 ""m-e-- Goodies!" I nrm Ml transportation. Are you for the Express Companies or the Parcels Posl? Woidiow Wilson drove from Wis u'ng'Oii the paid lobbyists of special privil-- e who flourished Uuder Republican rule. Are you for Woodro.v Wilson lobbyists?' i th If A. O. Stanley is elected Governor he wilt drive the lobbyis s out of the State The Republican party is the friend of the lobbyists Are you foi St: n y or the "In- Just-as-goo- d" CASTORIA What is substitute for Castor a harmless Castoria is- -- thts most important office in my keeping, I oain assure vou that its affairs will he conduc ed in a fearless, impartial and non partisan mnn er, and that no official act o- unne will ev r give yon Cause to regret having reposed your trust, in rne Very respectfully, E. A. UHILTON. - Mme ms Hg$i that just visible Government." Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other .Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys AVorms and allays Fevcrishncss. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend - goodies .doughnuts in your mouth light, fluffy, tender cakes, biscuits and l-t w 88 &S keep you INDEPENDENT TICKET that just hanging 'round the.pamryall made with Calumet tii. vafest, purest, most economical Baking Powder. Try it drive away bake-da- y failures," FOR REPRESENTATIVE E A. Chilton To vote the Republican Ticket except for Representative and For E "A. Chilton for that office, stamp oh the circle under the Log Uabm and in the circle under the hand holding scales. To vote the Democratic Ticket except for Representative and for office, E. A. Chilton for th-tstamp in the circle under the Rooster and in the circle under the hand holding scales. t o Received Highest Award Aw Cooh Boole .Free See Slip in Pound Can. m 0T j- - SLJi mm Hrr baking povv0( iiUCAGO iEBY THE TRUST The Republican party levied taxes on the necessities of the poor The Democratic party levied a tax upon the income of the rich. Are you for a tax on the necessities of life or fr a tax on wealth? Woodrow W ,on has preserved peace in this country without the sacrifice of horor or the lives of our splendid ouug men. Are you not patriotic enough to rejoice that Woodrow Wilson is our President? A vote tor Stanlev is a vote to sustain the policies of Woodrow Wilson. Ex. GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THE CENTAUR COMFANV NEW VORK CITV. fVQ KX3 Chctp and big canBakingPowders do not save you money. Calumet does it's Pure and -r superior to sour milk and soda. i- For other tickets, lar way. FOR vote-i- n simi- OOaOlISSIOxNKK'S SAL. Adv. CASTORIA Children Cry FLETCHER'S LAST NOTICE TAX-PAYER- S I-will Of Rockcastle County meet you at the following places to receive your Taxes for 1915 : Saturday, October 23 CONWAY, Tuesday, October 26 ROCKFORD, DISPUTANTA, Wednesday, Oct. 27 Thursday,October 28 CLIMAX, Saturday, October 30 WILDIE, Thursday, Nov. 4 ORLANDO, Nov. 5 MULLINS STA., Friday, Saturday, Nov. 6 QUAIL, LEVEL GREEN, Tuesday, Nov. 9 Thursday, Nov. J J PON GO, Saturday, Nov. 13 At BRODHEAD, .At SOLLlEGRIFFIN,Wednesda7,Nev.J7 At LIVINGSTON, Saturday, Nov. 20 At At At At At At At At At At .. . v Also parties A&SKcriffcs Office open on all days to receive Tax will please be prepared to settle and iust a word to with-- a poll tnVPoll Tax Payer who have no property and tastf Thistaxrmustbe paid by Decemher 1st or same will be Court as delinquent Now, in order toieepcof f the dnquttfeistf bgsure and settle your Tax by December 1st and stop tSkMnquwit talk-- All property tax not paid byDecember 1st, will bear the expense of penalty and cost of levy, so please make your arrangements to settle- and save this extra expense owinir-BacfcTax just-charge- d are absolutely safelv domocrat.:c Then what is the use of ele ng Morrow Pernor? He wo. 1 . only be a figurehead. Hi vetoes would amount to nothing for they could be passed over his head at ny time. With Stanley as Governor the Democratic party will be in a position to do some valuable Democratic legislation. The state would then receive adequate compensation from its law makers. It Morrow should be elected, all the people coud hope for would be time and money thrown to the judgment. winds Our republican friends G. S. Griffin, who have the good of the Old Master Com. Rockcastle Circuit Com mou wealth and especially the Court. independent voters can readily see the uselessness in voting for Mor- ! FACTS FOR SUFFRERb. row. Vote for Stanley and the Pain results from injury or con entire democratic ticket and there gestion. Ae it neuralgia, rheu by render your state valuable seruiatish. lumbago, neuritis tooth- vice. ache, sprain, bruise, sore stiff inscles or whatever pain you have WHAT WOULD YOU DO? yfclds'to Sloan's Liniment bring There are many times when one new fresh blood, dissolves the con man questions another's actions gestion, relieves the injury, the and motives. Men act differently circulation is free and your pain under different circumstance. leaves as if bv maeic. nature ofM The question is what would you its qualities penetrate immediate lo right now if you had a severe ly to the sore spot. Don't keep cold? Could you do better than on suffering. Get a bottle of to take Chamberlain's Cough bloan's Lineament. Use it. It Remedy? It is highly reccotn means instant relief. Price 25c mended by people who have used and 50c. $l.oo holds six times as it for years and know its value. much as the 25c size Mrs. O. if. Sargent, Perun, Ind., says Jbamberlain's Cough Rem edy is worth its weight in gold and I take pleasure in recomATTORNEY-AT-LAmending it," For sale by Alll MT. VERNON. KY. Dealers On 2nd. floor fo The Bank of Mt. Vernon , on Church street. Special attention given to collections. Conover Phone No. 80 twelve horse power, of Garr-Scot- t make and all attachments thereto; one saw rig ponv make including two solid tooth 48 to 50 inch saw and all belting, tools and attach ments belonging thereto; one cut off outfit and one set of grist roclrs, 1o.he sold as the property of G. M Childress and J. E. Bullock. TekmS: Sale will be made on a Credit ot six m onths; bond with approved security required, at the rate of six per cent par annum from date until paid, aud having the force and effect of a bear-interest B' virtue of a judgment and orAddress E J. CHENEY & CO der of ale of the oclcc. stle Cir- Toledo. Ohio., Sold by all dm cuit court at it's Aut.st tem, gist 75c Take Hali's fomily pills for oon 1915, iu the action ot Walker Owens, plaintiff against G. M. Child- stipation.i ress and J. E Bullock, defenSTANLEY AS GOVERNOR dant, I will on the 1st day of No If the Democrats will only come vember, i9io, between the hours to the polls on November 2nd and of 10 o'clock p, m. and i2 o'clock noon, at the front door of the vote for Stanley and the entire court house in Mt. Vernon, Ky., democratic ticket, there is no expose for sale ;at public auctioi earthlv reason why the en'ire to the highest and best bidder the ticket should not win by an im mense majority. We ail know following described oroperty: now that both Senate and House One ooiler and engine about loo REWARD loo The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is Bt least one dreaded disease that science hi s been able to cure in all its stages, and that is catarrh. Fa I'r Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a onslitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Halls Catanh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces ot the system thereby destroying the foundation of th disoase. and giviug the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting na ture in doing its work. The pro prietors have so much faith in its curative powers that tney offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure. Send for list of testimi nial JUST A CAR LOAD OF VED Dolly Varderi or Helmit, pr bg Pure Gold, Ready Mixed, - pr bg 85c 80c prbg 90c Every Sack Guaranteed to You I STILL HAVE SOME OF MY OLD AMD SOME NEW PRICES Pure Lard, Silver Leaf, 50-l- b can, $5.00 - 50-l- b can, $4.35 Compound, Pure Cane Suga, $1,65 Pure Lard ( in littles ) - 1 2c pound Compound ( in littles ) - 10c pound 25-lbsa- ck, COME IN AND TRADE WHERE YOUR $ IS WORTH 100c. FARMERS EXCHANGE R. S. 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Now I feel as well and as strong as I ever did, and can eat most anything." Begin taking Cardui today. Sold by all dealers. 'I KY o - vr rTOIl KOOms over oawa wre i and EMOALMER BETHURUM & LEWIS Attorneys at Law Offices ) Has Helped Thousands. - CAM MUfcLINS SEh G? in Bethurum Bldg. .t i:;i:i ill c Curts HHI 61