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Mount Vernon signal: October 29, 1915 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1915 mou1915102901_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: October 29, 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. a ' '' :. - " - ' "& r UU4 i Published Every Friday nil 11 'ill win pfiij MT. VEKNON, 1 fmmtt wmfii COUNTY, , nW I Established 887 1 VOLUME XXIX ROCKCASTLE k.. FRIDAY; OCTOBER 29, 1915 between trains noon session and this was augnon, were here W. T. Amyx was mented by many late arrivals, Saturday. Dr. in London Monday. Dr. R. G. among whom were Prof. Irvine Webb was in Mt. Vernon Monday and about 60 others who came on Mt. Vernon. Their on bnsiness. J. H. Browning was No 22 from and Tues presence was appreciated. in Maywood Monday formerly of day.: Dr. Walker In the afternoon the D. A. R. Clay county has moved into members of John Marshall Chaprooms over the drug store. Mrs. ter, Louisville unveiled a "Boone David Owens who has been quite jTrail Marker" near here in the sick is able to be at her post in ' presence of a large crowd who the postoffice again. Mrs. Sarah .were ably and eloquently address Hall and Mrs. Wm. Odell have ed by Atty. Ed Gentry of Mt. returned from a visit with rela- Vernon. This was followed by tives at Maretburg. C. E. Mul-lin- s two basket ball games, played by the hustling traveling sales- Mt. Vernon and Livingston teams. man of Mnllins Station was with The untrained, inexperie iced -- Newton Livingston girls and boys were no our merchants Tuesday. Hodge has moved into one of J.W. match for the veteran players from Mt. Vernon and they were outSams houses on High street. There will be a speaking at the played and overwhelmed in defeat Friday night as was to be expected. school house here All candidates for the city council These side attractions detached for Marshal from the interest and attendance and the candidates of the will make speeches. Several of at the aftemon session our citizens went to Corbin Mon teachers meeting but there many day to hear the next Gov. of Ky. practical and helpful talks and Hon. A. O. Stanley speak. J. M. every teacher present felt benefit-ed- . Foure the sweet singer of Livingston has returned from a trip thru When the noon hour arrived the mountains. The Teachers the patrons of Livingston school Association, Educational Division served dinner in the school build No. 4 met at Livingston Saturday ing and this was noted for the Oct. 2.3. Those attending were abundance and variety of dainty The dishies. Prof. Irvine and Miss Bradley of and tempting Mt. Vernon, the teachers or Liv- mothers of Livingston are famous ingston Graded School and Prof. for their art in cooking and they Pigg and Prof. Ponder who teach spared neither time nor labor in t-The last named preparing for this occasion. The i this division. were the only rural teachers pres- golden sun of autumn and the pure crisp air, gave those present ent. A good crowd attended the fore- - a keen appetite and they did a DUMBER- ample justice to the bountiful re- past. A plan is being di scussed to m .ke this education meeting a fixed annual event and to increase its work and attractions, for all realize its benefits to our schools and to educational interest. TONED UP WHOLE SYSTEM dared hope for," writes Mrs. Esther Mae Baker, Spencerport, N. Y". used several bottles of these tablets a few months ago. f hey not only cured me of billions attacks, sick headache and that tired out feeling, but toned up my whole system." For sale by All Dealers.. done more tor me IMMNSUII READY-TO-WEA- R 'Chamberlain's Tablets have than I ever '! SPECIALS Ladies' & Men's MILLINERY BROWN SUGAR SUITS r READY-TO-WEA- R c J Ti SHOES ' flHwf I 1 were we so well Never to fulfi our obligations to the public than now by furnishing them the biggest possible value in Off 1 USED ON WOUNDS Brown sugar is the bi3t antiseptic dressing obtainable for the treatment of neglected wounds, Dr. J. M. Miller, of Chicago, told the convention of the Atneric n Association of Railway Surgeons in session at Chicago. The treatment, he said, was discovered by surgeons operating with European armies. Ex The above treatment was in common use in Garrard county far back as I860, in the recollection of the writer, and no years and years all over United before that ne -- ms that the French States. It doctors hav : rediscovered an old remedy, th, ugh a mighty good t-- one. FOR MEN AND WO WEN- - Our show-inthis FALL exceeds all previous efforts to g :;;ssjs;;;;;;;;;;;;55ii"'5i oft " give, you the most for your money, and each and every sale bears the silent but impressive 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 lOVER BAKER'S A MT. VERNON iftt ft ft ft ft ft ft KENTUCKY - tttt . Grrr We Beg this visit, and eliminates all danger of fire. We ing. The Republican campaign she is much un- - feel that thpv will hp rewarded special which had on board Ex- proved already. h for their painstaking precaution Vice President Fairbanks of Miss Eila Carson Hon. Edwin P. Morrow, left last Frigood crowds: and we hope diana, . T.-T TIT dn, fti Mm :. run- - wnere sue J :1. uuge i..w. T.ceuiurumanu omers. their undertaking will prove a sue- - WpII For the inform .non ot the , , . .. .. .. Will STJend twn months, tlio mioct ' . ... 1 "- tf hn.v nlmnct- fnrornt.ton " &" "' - cessiui one u. u. uoraos, 01 Mt. stockhoiaers oi tini i'.Miiuead tair of .l Mis' Flanc Forbes -- GeurRe Sterling, held regular services at Ehsha Buck was in the crowd. Association, wo wish to sav there ' Dul'bani was here from Sparks the Christian nhnrfth hero Satnr- - ''sha did not make a speech but will be no di iriond declared this a lew hours Wednesday -tday and Sunday. The diphtheria he looked like he wanted to say year. .It is ve. v trno. however, S T" Pr0Ct01'' Mt- - Vernon, of large There hat there were e. ough profits on was here Wednesday, the guest of scare of last week is all gone. No something. the train was aseemed and crowd met new cases, and the sick are all re- this year's 1 rocee.ls t have made" Thos ported better. J. F. Watson was to enJy the speeches. One week - "s lather J VV. Proctor.-- J. aniredividtiMl. but die stockQ election e fpent more chern'. of Crab Orchard, in Mt. Vernon Sunday between rrom todav W1U Dnn& holders forget t SGoted Brod"ead io tbe language of the Chapter of trains George Owens, the Mt. and then in.p.ovtments and meeting Vernon Picture Show man, was candidates the dear people will - R57al Arch Mai0ns at liquidating u few .small OUtstallding debts this oar, a d we want!of lhe Grnd Chapter in Louisville here Wednesday evening to assist Set to cast their ballots for the Roberts, the Carson & Wheeldou with their man of their choice. Our friends them to know tlmt ue have sold last week ard GaV Gum Sulphur School Master, rep first show. Dr. M. K. Penning- - tne enemy, ine are oulv iS sh:ue.s of tho 2oo shares' resenting Brodhead Lod-- e of Ma-o- f ton, the London Dentist, is here making a desperate fight but when authorized. Atarecmt meeting the directors it was decided to,solls at the sa,ne PIaCti and time, for two weeks practicing dentistry. the vote is counted on next Tues day nignt we believe tue returns not offer for sale auv moie stock, Sylvan Bordes accompanied him Ben pike is in Detroit, Mich., will read A. O. Stanley for Gover THE UOLD3 OF MANKIND and to use tho available proceeds and we learn has a position with nor. Some may think this is CURFDBY PltfES. toward liquidating the indebted-- 1 Co , of that Have you ever gone through a guess work but guess" work is as - tho Street Kail way ness, which as bten done, leavit hits. of 400. jcity at 4 cents per hour, working tyical pine forest when you had a good as anv provided ing still an indebt-dn- e cold? What a vigerous impulse it R in to the wif of T? M. Maxey, a I0 hours a day- - Be is Had the 42 rcmaintrg unsold sent! How you opened wide your n last the,23Bi.a finegrl.-- On .sea of the Asso j perienced Motorman and we are tungs to take in those tuvigoraf been Saturday night about midnight Slad to knvv that be met with ing and myseriods ciation would have J,eeu out of qualities. when the little town of Livingston we be as success success so soon after arriving in Yes, Dr. Bell's debt, but sbo-.ilthe northern city. Mrs. Bettit possesses those stimlating quali was wraped in peaceful slumber ful next year vs this the $4oo 00 ties and overcomes hacking oif?one mar-can be paid If, the C pital stock Tharp returned home Saturday, cov ghs. The inner lining of the and TOhin t,h and have after spending several months throat is strengthened in its at-- , dreaming on their peaceful couch- remain at $i5K)of something L-f-t to caH our own. with her son 111 Oklahoma. Mrs. tack against cold germs. Every es tnere was raiSea the cry of It is a little hard for the average George Hardin, of Louisville", family needs a bottle constantly burglar and J. B. 'Hayse better known as (Dad) heard a great stockholder to unfit island that was the guest of her parents, M r. Bt hand. 25c. commotion on his back norch when the gross receipts of one and Mrs. J. B. Purcell, here last week. C. L- Lear, better known :S5:S?SSJ which broke the sluiilbr of the en year are in excess of 2ooo.oo that tire town Dad arose from his it is possible to spend his amount as Chint, purchased a house and LoiVmg-steFi- . lot from Walter Miller for 55o. couch with murder in his heart yet an itemized for necessities, and an old army musket in his list of all expenses have been and will move his family here at the children wel- once in order that ifland followed byV large bulldog lamily have S E. Carter and madeand any s'ockholder is of our returned from the exposition at his wife giabbedthe fire shovel, come to look over the list, and at may have the advautage C, A. ns daughter the' broom, George our annual meeting this list will school. Mr. Miller who lives at San Francisco, CaL Mr. Lebanon Junction, has bought a1 Blanford is in Louisville on hn. Jenkins the poker and thev rush- be made pub.ic We give this in order to attempt to satisfy the fel small farm there, aud will move ness-- . G. S. Griffin and Dr. B, G. ed to the scen6 of action where , Saturday they located the cause of the low who invested lo. two years his family on it. The Carson-- Webb were at Oorbin ago, and expected to pull down at Wheeldon Motion Picture show night to hear the speaking. S. C. trouble. It was a large billygoat made its farst appearauce Wednes Franklin the watch carpenter of which was trying to gam entrance least $15. in dividend ere this. MrsfX R. Storm is vis'ting rel- day evening, and reports are that Mt. Vernon, was here Wednesday to the house. The two little boys Logan Westeriield of Paris, was of W. N. Rigs are spending a few atives at Dry Ridge, Ky., and the show was a good one and. was drinking wa er from the famous well attended. The geutlemen here between trains Sunday, en-- weeks with their grandparents at MilH . Griffin and Carhsbad spr.ngs. xM rs Storm is have gone to lhe expense of erect- - rout to Parksville. Mrs. Sarah Harlan. Mrs. Jim " in poor health'and expects to re- - J ing a fire proof booth, and this B. HaU is quite sick at this writ-- 4 Mrs. S.C. Franklin of Mt.Ver- - su TTON 9X: j ceive benefit from i international reputation, & MCBEE ! 1 In-wit. To Advise That We Have Bought eat est Sale At a Discount Much Below Cost, A Great Lot of Merchandise consisting of Men's and FOR CASH ISrecrl sue writes that ... "J" Qrrj ", J &- . tl-a- repre-t!iau?2ooco- .n Boy's Suits, Men's, Women's and Children 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 will be named that wiU make new Low Records, and ho Live Money Saver can afford to miss this opportunity. STORE WILL BE I 1 Brim Full of Bargains EVERYTHING SOLD ; ex-shar- AT A SACRIFICE each dp d 4 Fine-Tar-Hon- ey it would take this entire paper, were we to name " a 1 v -- -- - S:ss 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. at nearly One-ha-lf and SHOES and SLIPPERS at eLss than Cost to make up Carpets and Matting Druggets and Rugs up-to-da- J:e for-less- . Our Motto : "SELL IT FOR LESS" " - . MT. VERNON KENTUCKY 2 BAKER'S THiBBBftHtMMimf MM'T 'TTTTTlSKSggSggHHgHiiggggSgSgM iSi s t::::::t:i(tss::ii::i:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::i::::::2ii::::: :;:::::s " iTF""'T;?,C" tT r." - i? f-- a . r1" MT. VERNON SIGNAL fund ranging from $500 to $5,000, while DONT GO TO lea's than ten have a road fund of more ' tVian ?9fl ftnn H tc nulla nn onoir mallni. to understand the advantage that conElection day is but a short time vict labor would furnish tLese counOFFICE OP THE FISCAL COURT OF ROCKCASTLE; Friday-- , t)ct. 29, 19 15 ties, where funds are limited, in ,the away. In a few brief hours the securing of permanent types of road die will have been cast. Sealed proposals addressed to the Fiscal Court of Rockcastle "Tne convict labor would not come County for the construction of that part of the road leading to the of our Commonwealth), I had the Published entry Friday by will know whether, dur for ,with Many Hate Have Abolished in competitioncounties free labor, comwould be without it the privilege and pleasure of attendEDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. ing the next four vears, they will Madison County line from Mt. Vernon, Ky , between Mt. Vernon and Con1. pelled to build a cheaper type of road, System of Work- ing a "School Ralley," given at and in many instances would not be be under the management of the Roundstone station, known as Sta'e Aid road No 43, will b received i the Prisoners able to build at all, while, with the democrats or republicans. $I.O Whitley, the county seat. The up to noon November 9, 1915 and will be publicly opened and read OBSCRtPTIOM ONB YKA.R convict labor, better and more durable began at 8:30. The exercises The issues have all been discuss- at 2 o'clock p m. on said date. The plans and specifications for said types of road could be constructed, as ... 0 H A V.well as amore durable type of bridges. N NV TS by ur. cam WIIKX Every Kentuckian knows road may be seen at the office ol the Cieik of the Rockcastle Cout.ty Advertising rates maae know t? welcome address wwiiiiwiw uii iiwniiWgTe in the fabrication of steel mate ed. assembly feel at made the large rial for the longer span bridges these or ousht to know, who the con- Court in Mt Vernon, having been approved by the F sc-- Cou-to- f application and welcome indeed. The Kentucky Could Possibly gave From could be obtained at a much cheane' tending candidates are snd what Rockcastle County and the Commi-siimease ofP iliic Rails, .1 d bids figure, with the convict labor,, than and interest, Twenty to Thirty Per Cent of the hey could be done by contract. program was varied they stand for. The line for ac- must be for the ork done in accordan e .vuh said p.ans uud Money Expended For Road Work or. "In summing up the advantages to tion is at hand. The time for Such was the interest maniing The road is approximately seven miles. he counties and to the state, one the Public Highways Says Commisa seat, nor fested, that nether MEMBER OF Bids will be received on the work as a whole, or for the first three hould not overlook the big advantage thought is past. It is the duty of sioner Terrell. o the convict himself the wholesome KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION available .standing room was left every democrat in Kentucky, ev- miles out ot Mt. Vernon, or for ech milesepintely Bids wi'l aUo labor bettering him, men Frankfort, Ky. (Special) R. C - i... . tiTRi rr.uL'.iuumi ww .jm.- road separately m thy, morally and physically a much ery man who loves freedom and e received ou grading aud maca Juuiizuig ot Terrell, Commissioner of Roads, when ore healthy than that .s the out The said Msjal Court capacitv and floor space of asked for his views regarding the em .hich he would occupation the prison the i ule of the people, not only the same divisions ing set find inside secure, ployment of convicts on the roads of which I failed to to go to the polls himself but see right to reject any and all bids. alls." Mr. John B McFerron, of Lou the state, granted the following interthat his neighbor goes and casts Before contracts are binding on the first parties they must receive? a greater view on this subject: convict labor ' BUILDING GOOD ROAD a vote for Stanley and the rest of the approval of tho Commissioner of Public Roads. Each bid must isville. realizing that "In receni years the Kentucky i& dependent upon a problem has been one that has been the ticket. More than SO counties in Keu be accompa ied by cash or certified chec.c, paable at Mgh to the ortucky are actually at work building and a more en- given a great deal of attention, and if, Mr. Democratic voter, there der ot the Cnun'y Treasurer for 5 per ent "f the ttnount of ttie better education piison reforms have brought about a roads under state supervision and DEMOCRATIC TICKET a lightened citizenship, and that which check hall be held u.ttl the execution of the con isa man living beside you who, study of conditions as they exist, with with state aid. Twenty other counFor Governon, A. O Stanley future citiz ns are a view of how they could be bettered, ties have asked for and been grant- for one reason or auotber. figures tract. majority of the and as a result, most ol the States disGov James D. Black. ed such aid and are now preparing For Lieu't being educated in the rural that his vote will not be needed, Before the contract is awarded, the successful bidder will be re system ol to begin work. The state-wiroad ForSac'y State Hark.sdale Hamleti tricts, sei:ds, at h s own expense, have abolished the contracthave estab go after that man. Make him go quired to furnish a bond tqval to the amount of the proposal tor the working the prisoners and building movement la on in earnest, For Atty General M. M. Login. those who a helpful message lished the more modern system of with y-- to the polls. The repub- faithful performance ot the work in accordance with the aforesaid and it is here to stay. For Auditor, R L, Groeu. At thd two penitentiaries, at licans are working tooth and nails plans and specifications. improved methods and school using the convicts on the public highf ways, and in the For Treas Sherman Gondraster. reforms, which have been suc- pose of preparingprisons for the Pur j Frankfort and Eddyville, there are They are spending money like All work to be done under the direction and supervision of the m&tivlal for th( 2,000 men convicts. A large proFor Clerk Court of Appeals, highways, and on other public works cessfully tried out. water in an effort to keep do wn state road department. portion of that number are phyR W. Keenon. sically capable of working on the At this "School Ralley" Mr. in the various States Reports frorr the democratic majority. A small By order of the Fiscal Court of Rockcastle Uountv. roads. Instead of being so worked, For Supt. Pub. In's, V. O. Gilbert VlcFerron sent MKs Gardiner, various Highway Departments ovei mpjority will please democratic the United States show conclusivelj i they are For Cora. Agricul. Mat S. Cohen. Superintendent Sshools of Nich that convict labor can be used to ar tractors utlet out to prison con the republicans almost as much an annual loss to the Clerk, Rockcastle Fiscal Court. and at in For Judge 28, judicial Dist , stato. as would the election of their tickohs Count v, Mis-- ; Nancy Ha mm advantage both road building and Statt At the coming election, a constiW. R. Crc ss and Master Dan Han m the fo m-- tr saving of of to the county class o. et, for if the majority for the demin the cost labor for this tutional amendment to work the conto lell the gocd people ot Mo work. victs on the roads is to be voted on. ocrats is slisrht, the republicans "In the biennial report of Mr. T. F EV'hBV vote cast for Stauley Crtary county ot improvementf, It has been twice submitted by the though defeated, will still be able Tynan, Warden the State General Assembly and once adoptmeans one more mile of pood road. system and uniform arrangenv. n' tiary of Colorado offor the year Peniten to say that the conn'ry is turning 1912, ed by the people. That adoption Every mile of good road mea s of the schools of Nicholas ccunt.x, Is shown that there was. built one hin towards republicanism and that a was nullified by a failure to advern miles of roa six more children at school. Ev- the SRtue being applicable to oth r dred and tise the amendment within the prerepublican president will be elect through the mountain sections of tha scribed 90 days. The necessary adery child at school means a better counties. Little Miss Hamin an! State, at a having, according to his ef ed next ear. vertising has now been done. The salary earner and more mone; her brother, Master Dan, gave timate, of $223,479.56; that the averag Should the race be "close every whole question Is in the hands of "'ii7!. SWm kzPKs3& c3lv 'iin 1I1W iW 'twPiro circulating in Kentucky. Fal- quite a number of verv pretty vo-c- cost per day per man for the laborer voters, and both 'political Dar-- democrat in the state onght t. the engaged in this class of work was 32c ties mouth Pendletonian. duetts during the day and eve? He further states that the convicts i In have declared for adoption hang his head in shame. We their state platforms. have the votes, let's cast them .vere able to do the work of not on!: If these figures hold good there ning. The prison contractor is opposed Let no democrat be compelled to ordinary laborers, but some wen will be sufficient roads built to to adoption. It will put an und to An interesting feature of the 'ouni able to perform the services re sav to himself' on the morning f his profits. Organ zed labor is a girdle the earth eight time, and day was a spelling contest partici quired of experienced men in drilling Nov. 3rd. wish I had gone to unit on wanting to see the amendthen across the United States four pated in by the children of various blasting, laying masonry, black-smit- l the polls." ment adopted. It will put an end times thrown in for good count. chools of the county. To the best ing, and other skilled labor. Wit. to convict competition with free commanding a salary c. such labor WHY NOT PUBLISH IT? Let her come. Rockcastle has speller labor. It will put men at work on awarded a gold sued l from $2 to ?5 per day, this without When you want a fact to bethe roads where there is now a sufficient limestone within its bor- to the second a silver medal. A dcubt, shows that convict labor ca come generally known, the right scarcity of labor. be used to advantage on heavy cor are many kinds of ders to macadamize all these thou- spelling contest by the adults, way is to publi hit. Mrs. .lohn In the state of Virginia, it was struction work, and in places wher and Pump guns some to Kalians, Peru, ind , was tioubled found that convict labor effected a sands of miles of read and havt from tne old "Blue Back Speller, more or less permanent camps ca; be had at very low prices. saving of $1,500 a mile in the cost with belching, sour storaacb.es, enough left to macadamize every was thoroughly erjoyed during be maintained. of building reads. In a score of But it is typical of sportsmen that the great. She and frequent headaches. "Virginia also has succeeded in thi road in the State of Kentucky majority prefer KcminKton-UMI'umn and other states, where this labor is he evening. It was an undertaking, as is shown by the re writes: "I feel it my duty to tell Autoloading guns in the hands of the average man. While it is conceeded that Stanley ion to note the hearty good wiP suits. For the past nine years coi ubed, it has been demonstrated that others what Chamberlain's Tab If you shoot at traps or in the field, go to the roads can be built with contract victs have been used on the publi will be elected by many thousands and co operation of tne people lets hive done for me. They have Remington-UMDealer in your community and at half the cost of free labor. labor he'ped uiv digestion an'l regul tiwe kinder fear ojr good friend, There were present eighteen trus- highways of this State, and Mr. P. St let him show you these guns. You will know him Convict labor on the roads has J. Wilson, former State Highway Con by his display of the Red Ball Hark of Remington' ed by bowels Since using them of the Pendletonian. didn't proper proved good for the state and good UM C Sportsmen's Headquarter" - and he knows mothers, equally as missioner, and now the Assistant D tees, forty-si- x I have been entirely well.' For for the convict. It has helped him ly consider his figures over in re many fathers and a great many rector in the United States Office o the difference in guns. physically and morally. It has, in sale bv AH Dealers. v gard to the children, and we are teachers, many of whom brought Public Roads at Washington, D. C Sold by your home dealer many instances, restored him to jtated that more than 1,500 men wer KaafrKsajBBBBBjEajEBPflpw' and 3095 other reminded of the man pnying for a large number of pupils. The used on the public highways of Vi good citizenship, and a convict reWantkD: I want to buy a merchants in Kentucky stored to good citizenship is an groceries when he asked for "a teacher bringing the largest num-e- r inia in the year 1913; that from fort. asset; a vco7A-ic-t released to follow wildcat Address . W. Baker. o seventy Ave were grouped togethe n Remington Metallic Cartridgs Co. b rrel of sugar, a barrel of flour, a life of crime is a liability. was the teacher of the Steam.--.chool- , a a single camp separate camps be WooIwuthBuUding (233 Broadway) New York Ctr fffjESiS22SS&$ttiiM Winchester, or the Signal. Mt a barrel of meat and a barrel of If Kentucky wants the advantages who brought one hundred ng maintained in each county anVernon. that qoine from convict labor on pepper," then he halted in his twenty one pupils. A Gr.ided and hat the cost of clothing and feedin the roads, all that will be necessary hem, and general maintenance of thLarge Pipe Wrench: Been suppljcations, sa)ing, "that's 100 County High School building is nen was 52c per day for a period o will be to vote Yes for the amendblamed much pepper." That's a now in course of construction at hree years; that the men were no ment. If Kentucky prefers to let on loaning list many the prison contractor get richer at commodate friends and neighbors pecially selected, but that the roa: lot of children too. probably up Whitley. orces were uade up of prisoners a i her expense by continuing in effect Lost trace of some two or three wards of twenty acres, 1, 200,000 a system of slavery, the amendment There are fifty eight schools in .iey were presented at the prisons years. If you have it send it home to be added to the schools. will be defeated. McCreary county, in thirty of hat men who were physically weak to Jim Maret. ,r even cripples, were often sent ou But the voter who goes to the EXTRACTS FROM MR Mc which, moonlight schools are be polls and fails to vote on the amend- s part of the road force. He furthe The citizens of Johetta will The tates that the contractors who cor ing successfully taught. ment will overlook an opportunity CHESNEY'S SPEECH meet Saturday at 4 p m. to or to do his county and the state good moonlight school of Whitley has racted for the work had very fre lUeutly offered $1 per day for mei service. Lawrknceburg October 18 ganize a Law and Order League seventy nine interested students "urnished by the State. ROBERT J. McBRYDE, JR., in Ken Under President Kentucky Good Roads "I have come to Lawrenceburg In one district of the county illit .ucky thecur present system magnin State receives the Association. eracy has been eradicated. fVH FLETCHER'S to day to urge all democrats of ent sum of 75c per day per man em I leadership of jloyed under contract, and the Stati Under the wise this county to follow the usual s required to feed and clothe the prif custom and vote the straight dem Miss Alcorn, the able Superin Schools, assisted by iners and a great many of the prk ocratic ticket at the coming elec- tendent of tners are let at a lower figure thai Miss Bishop, County Organizer o J hat stated above. tion. TYPICAL SCENES WHERE CONVICTS ARE EMPLOYED ON ROADS "Kentucky could possibly save fron Moonlight Schools, a great work I entered the primary in good bread-Complewenty to thirty per cent of the inone te faith and I accept the lesults as a s being done. It is safe to prejxpended for road work under th dict that with such efficient work5tate aid plan, if the convicts coul. good democrat ought, and shall ers. McCreary county will go far je used on the public highways, an give the whole ticket my loyal reaching her slogan, n the gopreparation of the material; toward support. into the highways. It wou!( vhich which is, "No Illiteracy in Mc- )e possible to establish Majority ruin is the cardinal Creary County by the end of ient camps in the various countie principle of democracy and for .vhere limestone is available In larg i915 :' this campaign the majority has '.uantities and prepare this materi? were distributed or road building, ready to be deliv Circulars to give satisfaction, confidence when she bakes spoken and every democrat shon'd red by rail or motor truck to through the audience announcing for Morning Star Flour never goes wrong, but vote the straight ticket " camp construction, that Gov, McCreary, Barksdale ould be maintainedand these goes further than usual floui by making more practically th EXTRACTS FROM SENATOR Hamlette, Superintendent of Pub- ntire season. loaves to .the sack, causes the least care in the "In Edmonson County, Kentucky lic Instruction, and Mrs Cora BECKHAM'S SPEECH mixing, and kneading, and produces the rao3t here exists an unlimitable deposit o YT uiirtiliiflftrfiftftWifii mm Tnlf 7i nftfmft iniirtn Wilson Stewart would visit the rock asphalt, which is a hard sane tun mi V satislyir.g bread, light, sweet, snowy white loaves '"'. palmodth, October 18. county on the 20. The former to stone the finest road making matei with crnsts delicious and tender, and there is al known containing from seven tc "Let's elect the democratic speak on the "Illiteracy, Educa .line per cent of bitumen or asphal least waste from stale ends and dry crusts, for ase. Tills material has an overbur ticket that was nominated and tion, Peace and Good Governbread made from Morning Stnr Floor kteps fresh den of from ten to twenty feet of soil keep Kentucky in control ol the ment." Superintendent Hamlette and or rock, and lies in a horizonta longer than other. permits of baking more democraticjparty.-- ' and Mrs. Stewart were to speak strata of from six to twenty feet ii time and less often, thereby saving in loaves at a Would it not be a flnt hiukness. work, fuel and care. '"Will the republicans fool the in the interest of Moonl'ght hing to establish here a permanen .onvict camp, where they could bt people again? Why tiy the same Schools and Education. Until yon have tried Morning Star Flour you ased In the stripping of this material The influence of Prof Smith, oi luarrylng nd pulverizing and loading will never know a perfect flour doctor when he has killed three Jonway, is evident in McCreary it ready ft r shipment to the countie? patients." of the Co nmonwealth? The actual am a demociat and in the county. At Stearns, two miles cost of production, or even a reason "I able per cent of profit could bt democratic party the majnrm outh of the county seatj there is charged by tire State for the material, rules, therefore I am for tht who e 1 thriving fruit farm, owrel by and at the same time very inateriall cost for use Mr- - Stearns, President of the reduce theand insuring in road conticket. ,: to the struction, for for their limestone, macadam, counties 1. Model Convict Camp In Georgia. 2. Shows Concrete Roao. In Gtorgti, Stearns" Coal Co.. and or othwith Granite Block Gutter, built by Convict Labor. '"It is our duty to send to Voc ry a pupil of Prof. Smithy Manv er hard surfaced roads, a splendid, long llfed surfacing material, that la Wilson a message of encour- small clearings, set in truit and dustlcss, noiseless, and at the agement. Let us encourage him other products, were to te; found same time water-proo- durable Other camps by a big democratic majority in both at Stearns and Whitley. As might be established for the purpose of preparing limestone as stated Kentucky on November 2nd further evidence of interest along above, and still others for, the manuall Democrats will go to the these lines, there was an exhibit facture of brick to be used in the surfacing of roads, and a very polls and vote, there is absolutely at the court house of var.ous organization might be had efficient for the so doubt oi success in November. fruits, farm products, canned placing of concrete roads as is now being used in Illinois, Georgia, and Our line of Couch Caskets Danvil e Messenger. other States where that type of road fruits, preserves, jellies, etc. MW-Vernon Mt. Vgunon, KV . Oct. 22. l8l&'. Sijjnal- :On a .recent visit to McCrearv county, (the on nunarea tweni et.h, and in age the infant count -- (SING frr CUNVIGTS -- w 7? E v'J? irvrrr. -- Advertisement for Bids siS ON HIGHWAYS ict Ken-tuckia- ' .... -... ... I er ui i.-ervt- pro-propos- al, ,- de lj-v- u S. F. BOWMAN, 1 P3 fifty-seve- il r 'I ws TSIIF THERE Shall It Be an or Pump Gun? SHi kiit -- in-pir- a O C leading 1 Arms-Unio- JSKUIm CnSilSwfm good? - - jearstoac c with my wife's have me and some of bread made from MORNING STAR FLOUR The majority of men relish good,, fresh, tasty bread and miss it keenly when compelled to eat ordinary confidence comes to the -- OME home to dinner Children Qiy eAStO R 4. semi-perm- ? woman who uses the Morning Star Flour in her bakings, confidence when she buys, for every sack is guaranteed -- road-jnde- r T. v ll m It Rockcastle Milling Co Incorporated C. T. RIDDLE d-ro- drtd BRODHEAD, KY. f. If if -- UNDERTAKER ii J JAJ-1- VjK$jGi&a$x&xx9$xiy S8ycx$x$3&. GRANVILLE OWENS j UNERTAKER Ky LINE That is Morrow s only chancei over confidence. Let every Democrat vote, and allow his confidence to follow' afterward, not stay at iiorae ana iv "we have got 'em anjhow.'' Up and at 'em, is the word. -- CASTOR. A OMldren Cry FOR FLETCHER'S One of the farm products was a huge pumpkin, which measured 5 ft. and 3 inches in ciremference. Last, but not leat, all present were invited to retire to the court bouse grounds, where under the trees a temporary table had been provided, which fairly groaned beneath the weight of a variety of wll prepared, edibles. Mrs. Ada Fishback. is being constructed. "The men become skilled in the performance of their duties, and this, while preparing them for a better existence when they have ' completed their term, also reduces the possibility of breaking up the organization by men quitting. Another important factor to be considered is the reduction of. the cost, the reducing of the cost making it possible for all the counties in the state not merely the rich counties but practically all of them, to construct permanent roads. When one stops to consider that there are one hundred and twenty counties in mnst of them having a road I'en-tnck- .. is unexcelld Hand-mad- e Coffins furnished I Brodhead I II J. r All orders by Wire Promptly.Filled rfm tf:o..fe zss Hearse sent, to all parts of the County. CO M PLETE W. A. COX, Phone 94-S Coffin, Caskets and Robes Mail, Telegraph or Tele- phone orders Promptly Filled M L VERNON, KY. y. yc&3&yc&&vx ssr - r " - -- u. T VENQN 111 ir?fi r A - CVTP'- - . """ At. 79 ivtc La9Ue Join th G t it at Tibh's and get the best KF. Oct. 29 1915 krnon Uncle Jach Burk, our shoe mak er, is quite sick. up "No. 79" wa toCommun When you go to polls vote YES ante with SIGNAL on amendments Nos. 1 and 2. Phoenix Hosiery for men and women who are particular at SIGNAL1 ?"''rififfipaj-- t fanmseii ni. wo 79 She Knows What She Wants rinsists upon using only a baking powder which The well informed housekeeper lOUISV'LLC & Nashvillc Ft R. Co. TIME TABLE. 5.04 p m Fish's. Be sure you are right, advises Jerome, and then go ahead and ask your wife. advertisement or be told that alum and lime phosphate, which are used as inferior substitutes in 'cheap baking powders, were tartar. is made of cream of She might read in an 9- - 1 Bring the boy to Fish's for his 2 uoTtn 21 aortn 3:56 a m Fall outfit and we will lit your boy and vour pocketbook. '3 south 11:39 a n 12713 a m LOST: A bookof minutes of luth Tas. Landrum, Agent. the Mt Vernon Woman's Club It finder will return s&rae to Mrs. Phone No. 8. E. R. Gentry, secretary of Club at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Pos.oEce it will be greatly appreciated ntred mail matter. as second-clas- s The largest sunflower ever reported in Kentucky, was raised by S. F. Bowman, our County Clerk PEBS I) N A L It measured 58 inches and has Furnish, of Brodead been on display in Fish's store Mrs. A. T. spent Wednesday w. h relatives window. rof tartar has always been accepted as the most wholesome agent, with cake and bisand she wants a baking powder made of cream of tartar,-lik- she would not buy them or permit them to enter her kitchen. Why? Because she knows that cream soda, all right in the quantities used but1 cuit, for raising e Royal. This conclusion is the result' of unconscious absorption, either her own or her mother's, of the opinions of the highest authorities on hygiene and home cooking. she uses baking powder, reads the pames of the ingredients printed op the label t She knows what she wants. The prudent housekeeper, when 7 v If you elect E. A. Chilton for Misses Riss'e McFerrm and Representative, l work for Corbin the erection of a bridge across Maymie Baker visited Monday last. Rockcastle river, to be donated ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO W. M. BulocV has shipt 5oo by the State as a memorial bridge New York bushels of walnuts U Lcuisville in honor ot Daniel Boone. Adv. A. H. Hamlin and W. A. Wanted a dozen copies of Slgt weie in London Monday nal of date of October 22nd I9 15 to-da- y, If 15, A. Chjlton Is your next Will the best inteiests of the to hoar "Gov." Stanley speak. Kindly leave copies at Fish's Representative he will introduce county in the n'xt Legislature, Jami'S V. McCall is in from store and the favor will be return Kan-avisiting his ed by Boone Way man, whenever and work for a measure that will, be better looked after and taken Tupel-a- , inean the more rigid enforcement care o by ly. Bullock or E A .brother J. J. and othe: relatives. the opportunity occurs of the County Unit Law, and Chilton? You will say by your hisses Carrie and I ouisa C D. Sutton has bought Dee which will greatly lesson, if not vote on next Tue-day- . Adv. were the ue ts of their Cummins' residence on West entirely do away with the illegal Fish's are goffering j n mersister Mrs, G W. Rug rs at Patut Main Consideration about sale ot liquor. Adv, chandise lor the heaviest pumpkin Lick last wee-k- . 2,noo Mr Cummins will move Lancastkr: The writer was and 1 in merchandise for the Mr. and Mr.s J'rei Bakev are back to his farm just as soon ns in Lancaster three hours last Fii best ear of white corn shown in fitting up ro ins ovm the sice of h?s family, which has had typhoid, day, a place he had not visited for their window. Bring yours in his father, U. G. Baker, which is abjg to be moved. a few years hack He was sur- and get the prize. they will occupv. A mn who declares he is keep prised at the many improveTHE RUCKCASTLtf COUNTY MissSsllie Robeii , daughter out of the Church because ments observable in the way of in? CIVIC lFJAGTJE. of Mr. and Mrs John Roberts, of hypocrits are included in its many new and ooindious buildings the Rose Hill section, continues membership, is himself a hypo better streets, business houses, Through the courtesy of E S. on the S'ckh".t " crite. He knows nothing of the graded and high schools, ice plant, Albright the Rockcastle Civic rtB55 -J VCTk-- . LEiulMG CLUiiSSCa A. G. Anders 'ti, rf Latonia, struggle of the man he calls a electric lights, churches, waterLvague lifts been inutcd to use at-.A. F. S Ciiiir, of Lexington, hypocrir. is making to lead the works and good roads to that the columns of the Mt. Vernon MT. VERNON, KENTUCKY. were here Sunday t see two of right kind of life with the aid of 'land of now." Among the latest Signal. our popular young ladies improvements of note is the new This oiganizatu n is truly a ch 1 the church. Morris Brown was down from cupalo, now nearing completion of necessity. Th? general disreMr. and Mrs. Jones Hiatt, hv East Bernstadt looking over plans ing out on the Richmond road, on the court house, and a general gard for lnv that pievailsthrough-ou- t and specifur. i ns of his new build-.inthe yreter part of the coun are the proud parents of a tine ovei'haulinft- of that historic buildwhich be to erect. ing, 48 years after its erection. ty has called it forth, boy which arrived Tuesday night. The men Miss Patt.. Green or Ver.saiies The young man has been named Keg Mason met us and spoke of who have effected this organiza The special train bearing Hon. In Memory Of Her Mother, IN THE DISTRICT COUR'LVOF tMrs. Harv. v Scott, of Bnrgiu and Jones Bennett Hiatt, in honor of our boyhood days when we played tion are men who not only want Edwin P. Morrow, Ex Vice PresiTHE UNITED STATES, on the foundation of this same to obey the la.vs on our Mrs. Jones .Ed Green an sm, of Harrods-ur- g his father and grandfather Mr. statute dent Fairbanks, H6n E. T.Franks spent a pT ion of the week and Mrs. Hiatt are the parents of court house when under construe books but, believe that the law For The Eastern District Of Kenwith relatives here and at Pine other bright children, all girls. tion just after the war. Lancas- abiding ci'izens of the county are and others maicing the whirlwind tucky In Bankruptcy. (By Mrs. J. A. Oliver) ter has a newspaper that would sufficient in number and infl- trip of theState.arrived at Mt. Ver- Oh! those diys seems sad nnd Hill. 1 non Tuesday on scheduled time. In the matter Clever Dog: Jonas McKen be a credit to any town or city in uencewhen .Rev. H. T. Young has rented lonely since we Inve no in her properly organized Bankrupt of zie. our clever merchaut, has a The crowd proceeded to court now, Joseph William Rider, J Mr. Mary Williams' house and small yellow dog that answers this or any other state. The to impel the man who is ignoring house, where Judge L. W. Bethur-uKengarlon maintains its position the law to respect the same. jOn this 22, day of October, A. But there will never bo 1 pain will move to that building next all in a few well the purposes of a dinner bell as one of the leading chosen words tl..,c bless- D., 1915, on considering the petihotels of or sorrow to wiinklf Mondav. Mrs. Cox will move or alarm clock. The following officers have been pre ented Mr. Morrow who spoke Every day at Central Kentucky. ed brow. Conn's ma elected; J. W. Van Winkle, presi- a few back to her Lon.e which Mr tion of the aforesaid bankrupt for minutes and gave wuy to 11:30 a. m., if his master has not chine shop is right there with the our .hearts are crushed and for discharge, tiled on the 12, day As Young has been occupying. dent; W, . Sparks, vice president; Mr. Fairhanks. started to dinner, the dog begins goods. The Bastous, The tact that who were A. B. Furnish secretary-treasure- r broken almost more than we of July, A. D., 1912, it is ordered thc-tfCor- barking and who went to Among this was the first time that anvone starts towards home pioneers in the telephone buscan bare. by and H. T. Young, correspond oi such national reputation that a hearing be bin Monday, the day Stanley looks back and waits to be followaid Y'et we know in Gods' great hadthe Court same on the 23, day iness in Garrard, Lincoiu and ing secretary. upon thp Ra- ed spoke there, were W L. and The same thing occurs when Rockcastle, have note as Mr. Fairbanks had eer closed out their wisdom he has for her mansion jot November, 191o, before said A membership card was adopt- visited mie Richards. F L Thompson, supper time arrives. our little town, everybody interests in wires and the various ed which reads as follows: there. Court at Covington in said district Sr , and Jr.. Robert McKenzie, regardless of political affiliations If you elect E A, Chilton you members are engaged in. ice plant, And some day we hope to greet at 10 o'clock, in the forenoon or Ao a citizen of Rockcastle Coun-tJ. W. Rider and Fred Krueger. were anxious to get a glimpse of will have a Representative thatfgrocery store, lumber and coal her in that home beyond the as near thereto as practicable, and I pledge myself to obey and the Mr. and Mrs. J A. McDermott will serve you as a business man Both schools yards, builders hardware, build- support the laws of Kentucky, ap skyes that notice thereof be published and litte son, Mrs. Oishman, and and not as a politician; that will at ing contractors and Vanning. plying in saia county, and to use turned out, the ladies were out in "When our trials here are over one time in the Mt. Vkrkon Sio-na- l, little son, Clyde Sta fill and S. all times guaid your interests and Hugh Logan looks as well as ever .every honorable means to induce large numbers, and the court and there will be no more good a uewspaper printed in said B. Dishmam, Ir , of Barbourville, will house would not hold any thing ipromote and push forward Hazeldon's restaurant is a peach, all others to obey and support bies. district, and all known creditors the like the number who tried to gain composed an auto party who pass- any legislation that is beneficial and none in the larger cities excel same We extend a card of thanks to and other persons in interest n ay ed thru Wednesday enroute home to our district, that will be strictly eutrauce. Eliminating the women in its fittings or its culinary atthe friends and relatives of Liv- appear at said time and place aud Signed from a tour of the Blue Grass and children, there would have and be for the tainments. is Thepiganization at Mt. Vernon ingston who helped care tor our show cause, if any they have, country. been abundance, of room for mountains and the mountain peo going along on the roads leading is anxious to confer and why the prayer of said petitioner dear mother in her sickness. when it comes down to actual Mr Joseph G Hackley, who pie first, last and all the time. out of Lancaster over Boone Way shou-lot be granted. with all Cother parts of the voters, the crowd was no larger TRIFLING MISTAKE has been living in Europe for two Adv and other routes. Boone Way county. Witness the Honora H. T. Young. than has been present to hear A concerted little tradesman raisand a halt years, and in London markers, the first ever put on the ble A. M. J. Cochrai, The Annual Fanner's Institute other speakers during the cam- ed a loud commotion in a print- ( for the past ear, sailed for the Judge of said Court, will be held at the church in the route between Louisville and'Cum Services at Christian thejseal thereof, at during ing office because one or two erpaign. Mr. Fairbanks, SEAL United States October 16. on a Church for Sunday good little towu of Wildie, this berland Gap, show up over entire j London in said district business trip for the Western short talk, made no attempts at rors had crept into a handbill county, on Monday and Tuesday, route through Garrard. The imon the 22. day of Oct. oratory, and aside from a few hot which had been printed for him. Electric Company. He will return Sunday School 9:45 A. D., 1915. November istand 2nd. We pre- provements beiug made on public to London after about two fnonths Preaching Service 11:00 a. m. shots at the democrats, confined square, the space where a park "I wrote, 'come to my estab J. W. Menzies, Clerk house will be full to himself to statements of facts, lishment for everything yon need lie will spend a part of the time dict that the with those 'progress used to be in Lancaster, will add Christian Edeavor 6:30 p. m. By S. W. Stacey, D ii. overflowing New York office of the from a Republican standpoint, in the glass line, ' and you have at the Preaching Service 7:30 p. m. go per cent to the appearance of ive farmers and their families of Western Electric Company and a The Rockcastle Civic League why Morrow should be Governor made the idiotic mistake of printCALL OF ELECTION. that section. Arrangements ate that space. It's not been so part at their Chicago office. He well under wav for two of holds a meeting at the church on and the Republicans returned to ing 'gass' for 'glass,' " he storm the big- many years ago since Laucaster Whereas a Petition was on the will also visit h's parents, Mr and Mondav evening at seven o'clock, powei in the nation. From Mt. ed. "And the worst of it is, thoue gest days Wildie has had for was jolted out of its Rip s 3I, day of September lgl5 filed Mrs. J L. Hac e ' He sailed from tendencies by an aggres.-sive- . to which all who are interested m Vernon on thru the mountains sands of fie handbills had been with the County Court Clerk of years. 0 Liverpool on the Tusctria, a pushing, live wire Commer- the betterment of civic conditions there is no question but what it distributed in the streets before 1 Rockcistle County signed by 20 Automobiles: C. H. Ferris, cial Club that threw looked to Mr. Fairbanks, that the detected the blunder. ton liner of Cunnard Steaminto the are invited. legal voters of voting precinct No. wife and two sons, left Winthrop ship Company State ought to go too 000 republiprofusely, the Apologizing ring the slogan of "Land of Now" 1, or East Mt Vernon, asking Washington state, on Sept. i4, in Fall suits made to order 15 can, but leaving the Eleventh he called in the young com and it has made good. printer Eight LOCAL a submission of the question a Ford car on their wav to Gibson and up at Fish's and we guaran -- found a different condition and positor and sternly asked him to tenths of advanced condition in "Wnetber cattle or any species Fred Baker wi'l open a 5 aud 10 Ala., arrived at this place Tues- the city, and a good big portion e t) ill ?f a the returns from next Tuesday's explain the error. thereof shall run at large in said day morning. 'They will stop at man who is willing to share results will tell a different tale. The cent store in the concrete oppo "Well, sir, to tell the truth." of that throughout the county, is bis last dollar with a friend can precinct". It is now ordered by Middlesboro for a month to visit site the court house. directly traceable to the efforts of always hnd the friend without stamered the youth, the gentlethe Court that a poll be opened asuu uviug uiiuai place I uey l . The voting place of Browns organization which wants much hunting. COUGHS THAT ARE STOPPED man's writing was so bad I could in said voting precinct at the gen' ui ueiit, J precinct will be changed to Rock-sprin- g currteu uuiut utincilc taniTiins tVki..f uuuc -- I Careful people see that they are not for the life of me raase out eral election to be held in said preluiuga JM ngub invit , aim 11 AnnfVioi. and frrkinir stopped. Dr King's New Discov- what article he was advertising school h use. The voters attained' Overland,' brought in PPearS f"m machine, an Come On In for YOUR ery is a remedy of tried merits. so I asked the other fellers if they cinct on the 2, day of November, of that precinct will note the they g0 OUt lthrey nau'"t get C. W. Walker and wife of Chica It has held its own on the market knew anything about him Why', 1915. foi the purposejof ascertainiChange. to its members, for 46 years. Youth and old age ses they, 'you : must mean that ing the will of the voters of said go, Monday night, representing -- ... i;m testify to Us soothing and healing unit SBbworhb in .l. uibuhu aiietri, Vjt- reCjnct upon said ques Whenyouoto vote on next. The Mt. Vernon Quarry has the National Credit Association, qualities. ' Pneumonia and lung ana J. ieiu sure jl suouiu d saitj m,i tionYou've never smoked a real pipe S. F. Bowman, "been running regular for some on way to Knoxville and the Tuesday, please remember that 'gas' after that." Ex. imleHyou'vecraokedaWellkgtoB. troubles are often caused by aeiay puttin' -The well principle Jceep tafira Clerk Rockcastle Co. Court. time and the predictions are that South. On same night another a v0te for E- - A- - Chilton for Repre- of treatment. Dr. King's New away from the tobacco. You get a Mt. Vernon's new bakery is: conv 'Attest. Discovery stops those hacking will continue to run for several one of those little Fords brought sentative, is a vote for a man that it clean, dry, tweet taoke. No other in Rev. O. R. Keller and brother will work for the passage of a law' 'coughs and releaves la grippe proving a greater success than pipe u al good aj a Wnllkgtnn. weeks, probably all winte. Money back if it any one expected, Reur for 70a Vriui good tendencies. even to Mr. .Wayt, that will take you out of the hands r oex.CJJC3Uc,up. Bill Reese, who was wanted on fails. 5oc and $loo. Manus', who owns the outfit. The of the school book trust. Adv. several charges of selling whisky wait till Boone Way is fanisht but I bread is first class and the people J. P. E. DRUMMOMD To speak angrily to a person, to you ever stop to think how who made his escape from just drive over it any way. This Did :&ud for Infants and Children, cars that have made show yonr hatred by are using" it makes what,yuu .deputy sheriff Dee Cummins at the trip25 unreasonable some people are? south and north over the say a l?A lOsT They want the other fellow to do A.two year old child of Jailer Hie Kirni Yn Havi Always BMgM 0r by the Way you Iook' 1S au Dixie-Boon- e Hill two years ago, was since spring. What - what they won't do themse. ves and and Mrs. James- - Winstead died by Marshal W. N. Niggs, the travel will be when road is unnecessary proceeding danger-completethru is almo.t beyond ous, foolish, ridiculous and vul -- ol Livingston, and brought and then get mad if he fails or refuses Wednesday "nigtit.' Tne little fel- Signature of Amurhu comprehension, gar. low had been sick for a long time. lodged in jail herejast night. to do it. he-wilMc-Kenz- here ie Up, Boys!" He has money in the banks Two Billions. You'll get your share, so "Dress Up, Boys!" You can afford it. Drop in and let us show you Uncle Sam is well posted when hesays-"Dr- ess s. Hy-stng- er Your new Fall Outfit Come in and see What a little cash will do. WE WANT YOIR BUSINESS d THE HOME OF GOOD CLOTHES g - a m y, Ex-Preside- I non-partisa- n, d ,- Van-Winkl- 15,-00- 4. I "f1 ni.. 1 Trri007-- CASTOR A ar-rest- ed d JK- aw - y WM& & ? PUBLIC SP XJLi. KING JUDGE OF THE COURT OF APPEALS MRS. M. JOSEPH SAYS 'EXCELLENT' ! IoVs (Sr!3! The revival that is being conducted at Poplar Grove church, by Revs. Hutchens and CharTwell, is largely attended Mrs. R. II. Krown isverv ck Mrs. W. E. Batty, of Jackson, Ky., is visiting her mother, Mrs. R B Hatcher. Mr. Boone Burton, of Plato, was hero last week while his b'o'her. M K., was in Liulw miner a specialist having his pvcS treated Mr and Mr-- . Brav s ent Saturday night and Sundny v:th her Mr snd Mrs I L Thomson W. F. DeBord and daughter, Miss Ola were in Mt. Vernon last Friday Alex Alien of Cooksburg, is here doing some carpenter work for W. H. Brown. Miss Daisy Thomas left Thursday for an extended visit to her sister, Mrs. Alice Hamm at Pru-deTenn. Joe Hasty continues very sick with fever. Mrs J. F. Vauhook and children, ot May-woovisited relatives here last week. Miss Eliza Todd, who had a severe attack of fever, has recovered sufficient to be taken to the home of her brother H. T. Todd, near Etn.. W. C. Burnett, of Somerset, was here first of the week calling ( n our meichants. W, E Anderson was called to Withers Saturday on account of tne serious illners of his mother. Mrs. E. Hurley is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Dave Cash near Science Hill. Little Abel Thomas, of CI irence has been visiting ber aunt, Mrs. Sallie Jones for a few days Mrs. Ruth Brown spent a few days last week with her daughter, Mrs Hugh McBee Miss Myrtle Brown spent Saturday and Sunday with her sister, Mrs. George Hasty. Miss Ota Brown was in Mt. Vernon shopMrs Pate Bullock ping Monday d.ed at her home last Thursday of tuberculosis. She bad been confined to her bed for almost a year She leaves a husband and two children. n, d, Children Cry for Fletcher's I U.uisvi I? Woman Asserts Tanlac Benefitted her Wonder fully. Louisvihe, Ky., Oct. 28. Mrs. Minnie Joseph, wife ot Louis Joseph, the well known emploje of Fontn ne Ferry Park, is among the hundreds of Louisville pooole who receutly havr i idorsed T,ni lac Mrs. Joseph said: have suffered fr m ervous "I debility several years. My 1 s-ptn II The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has hcen in use for over SO years,- lias borne ,tho sismntn f v w.i uas ueen maue under his per- anu sonal supervision since its infancy. X "C6C6AZ&Z Allow no ono in flonntvn vrn i 1.I0 All f5oii'nt.vrfVit.s. Tmitntinns iiiul 4.Tit-no'rExperiments that trifle with and endanger the health of lufauts and Children Experience against Experiment .- 4577r wl "K- "as all tun doxn in I nervous headache and was hd rc. .t-al- ly HO N. NAT n depressed spiiits Lit used a numbe" of prepara tions in tht hope of bettering my condition, but nothing seemed to "I OF LONDON AND 11 v p ''H .,.1 gyp's ail J Mi iii o wii AND wiiiioc H AAiMllilKH XXZEXE MR. W. J. SPARKS will address theyoters in the interest of the DEMOCRATIC Ticket AT THE Court House ML Vernon AT J O'CLOCK P. M. SATURDAY, OCT. yvi i Tyrasfc f 30 4 4 AtBRODHEADOCT.30 .30of Pi campaign discussed by these Tl the Come out and Sear the issues iVi SVY accomplish the right results until I began taking Tanlac Tanlac has proved a most excellent tonic in my case. It relieved me won derfully. I am so much better and I willingly reccommend this medicine." Tanlac.the premier preparation is sold exclusively in Mt Verm 11, Drugstore of Chas. C. Davis, and can also be obtained at the Ceirral Drug Co , Livingstoj, aud John Robins' Dm 4 Brodhead. Ky. ORDER POORHOUSEKWEPER On motion of Louis McGuire seconded by Sherman Chasteen. that the paupers of the county be let to a poorhouse keeper Said paupers to be taken 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. v'ernon Signal for two weeks. G. M. Bellard, J. R. C. C. Att. S. F. Bowman, G. R. C. C. substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrnps. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other 2arcotie substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness. For more than thirty years it lias been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "U'ind 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. - What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless GENUINE CASTORIA ) ALWAYS Bears the Signature of (aACUc4 The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THe CENTAUR COMPANY NewVORKCITV. This Bank Wishes to Keep Constantly Befcre w You splendid speakers JUDGE HOBSON is recognized as one of the ablest Judges on the Appelate Bench, and one of the strongest advocates on the stump in the present campaign Roberts. Homer Ciiy, Pa I have mken it off arc on for years and it has never failed to fiive the desired results. For sale by All Dealers. COMMISSION KliS SALL writes R. E IT ALWAYS DOES THE WORK ' I like Chamberlain's cough Remedy better than any other,'' Tissr c w Your business And Is Prepared To Care For It F.LOGAN THOMPSON Jk''L JUL1. virtue of a judgment and or tier of sale f the ockeastle Circuit I'ourt at it's Ani.st term, B Campaign Chairman FOR SALE . ISSSy" w'AT w IT G1VESJTHE.BEST RESULTS, TRADE , . 44 blVni MABJ1 The SMITHSONIAN HOLDS .fj CORRECT TRUSS - sss- :?;& IN ANY .POSITION. &0?THE LOOP GIVES ;THE LEVERAGE. .r-JV- in Rockcastle and another tract of 350 acres of wild land, which will be sold at a bargain. There is enough timber on the land to pay for it. I also have a good sawmill located near the above described land. This mill is alio for sale at a big bar gain. The above mentioned farm consists of 115 acres, 25 acres in cult -vation, has two houses and two barnes, 250 young fruit trees, good well and plenty of stock water. There are about 4o acres of this land which can be cultiva'-e- d with any kind of michinerv. Good wire fence around One good farm Exercise tio.ZB. AdtOBATl 1901 TOP EKA,HAt1 The "Smithsonian Truss tf cheerfully furnished upon request Pitted and Sold by CHAS. C. DAVIS The Tanlac Agent MT. VERNON,-KY- Phone No. 39 . &gya$33 pC$yGyC& S&aeapceocDeaBo JONAS McKENZIE 3P2$PS r3oq3iqjpatpc A fas This land is located on Sand hill, seven miles South of Master Com. Rockcastle Circuit Mt. Vernon. If sold at once will Court. go at a bargain FACTS FOR SUFFRERS. The wild lands above mentioned Pain results from injury or con AA (faCtinn 11 ncuinigiu, are located on Long branch, near tjuuii, .ah. If llatl.nl.Vin rheu lumbago, neuritis tooth uiatish, Livingston, h.y. This land will ache, sprain, bruise, sore stiff be sold at a bargain, and when I mscles or whatever pain you have say bargain, I mean just what I yields to Sloan's Liniment bring say. If you are interested ask the new fresh blood, dissolves the con price, vou will be astonished when gestion. relieves the injury, the you learn how cheap this land can circulation is free and your pain leaves as if by magic, nature of he bought. There is enough lor its qualities penetrate immediate two good farms and will be divid ly ft) the sore spot. Don't keep fed if desired. For further infor- on .suffering. Get a bottle of Sloan's Lineament. Use it. It mation address means instant relief. Price 25c R. L. McFERRON, and 50c. $l.oo holds six times as M t. Vernon, Ky. much as the 25c s;ze t ie lnd. most of judgment the action 0! Walker Owens, plaintiff against G. M. Child ress and J. E. Bullock, defendants, I will on the 1st day of No vemlier, i9io, between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and i2 o'clock noDii, at tin front door of the court house in Mt. Vernon, Ky., expose for sale ',at public auction to the highest and the following described oroperty: One ooiler and engine about twel'.e horse power, of Garr-Scot- t make and all attachments thereto; one saw rig ponv ruake includit g iwoso.id tooth 48 to 50 imh saw and all belting, tools and attach Take Bali's fomily pills foroon ments belongirg thereto; one cut , stipation. oft otrfit and one set of grist rocks, to he ?old as the property of G. M Childrt-- s and J. E. Builock TEiniS: Sale will be made on Croup Relieved in a credi ot six months; bond with Fifteen Minutes approved security requited, bear interest at the rate of six per cent pjr annum from date until paid, No need to dose delicate little stomachi and having the force and effect of a with nauseous drugs or alcoholic syrups. Simply rub a little Vick's 1915. in best-bidde- r I "Vap-O-Rub" loo REWARD loo The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is ut least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure m ih its stages, and that is catarrh Ha'l'r Catarrh Cure is the only positive known to the medic al fiaternity. Catarrh being a onstitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is tnken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces ot the system thereby destroying the foundation of th disoase. and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting na ture in doing its work. The pro prietors have so much fai'h in its curative powers that tney offer One Hundred Dollars for any cas- that it fails to cure. Send for list of testimonial Address E. J. CHENEY & CO . Toledo, Ohio., Sold by all druggist 75c I i 4 t4 v tj eSv s v$5 tjfr toj tjfr 5 $5 J J peoples Bank M t. Vernon Kentucky jjj o-o-- o- oo-- o i Tis Said Onr natiou is composed of a luxury-lovin- g people, careless of cost and reckless of expenditure, with the lack of realisation what wise economy means. If that be so, let us endeavor to mold our habits ard desires as widora dictates, and prepare lor futuic emer- gencu and opportunities and open an account NOW in G. S. Griffin, ! Salve over the throat and chest. The vapors inhaled loosen the tough, choking phlegm and ease the difficult brathing. One application at bedtime insures a sound night's sleep. 25c, 50c, or $1.00. ZUS GENUINE HAS THIS TRADE MARK. The Bank of Mt Vernon MT. VEKNON, KY. K- - M YICfrSgSUSALYE WHAT WOULD YOU DO? There are many times when one man questions another's actions and .motives. Men act differently under d'ffprent circumstance. The question is what vould you do right now if you had a severe cold? Could you do better than to take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy? It is highly reccotn mended by people who have used it for years s nd know its value. Mrs. O. li Sargent, Perun, Ind., says Chanber Iain's Cough Rem edy is worth its weight in gold and I take pleasure in recommending it." For sale by Alll Dealers. - li s m ito-o-o- - m M & KaBima5WWirwww7ffl Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., in writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's tonic. She says further: "Before I began to use Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework, as well as run a big water mill. I wish every suffering woman would give It Always Helps says THE OLD RELIABLE Merchandise Farm good line of General xaoiG3B3iG9lpc $&&ycyL$ xcecicc Implements & '1 &x&yti$p& joj KY. On 2nd. floor f A CLOGGED SYSTEM NEED The Bank of Mt. Vernon , on Church street; Special attention given ATTENTION. you bilious, dizzy and list- to collections. Are less? Dr. Kings Nevr Life Pills Phone N6. 80. taken at once siezes upon constipation the wels moving naturally and easily. Moreover in aiiia wuuuui glipiUK iNegteCT of a clogged system often leads UNDER7AKER and EMBALMER to tne most serious complications. Poisonous matters and a body poorly functioning need Immediate attention If you wish to wake up morning happy in mind and entirely satisfied Start your treatment 25c a bottle. and-starts OMiaren Cry FOR FLETCHER'S OASTORI A 'C. MT. " Williams, W, ATTORNEY-AT-LA- VERNON. y$3Z3&XL P w j prt$3&XH Conover V - J. C.MeCLARY MT. VERNON, Phone 49-S. Dentist CARDUI The Woman's Tonic I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad, and it always does me good." Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, tired, worn-o-ut feelings, etc., are sure signs of womanly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's tonic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing women for more than fifty years. KY ( Pron tRcoms over Baker's tore T a trial BETHURUM &.JLEWIS w Attorneys at V Law-office-s '"' in Bethurum Bldg. .. Get a Bottle Today! LwJ M3 IMI M3 ISJ ,M t! p"i: i: .1 ill : i Cirbs iJ IBJ IMJ IMJ M1 () (! IS