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Mount Vernon signal: November 12, 1915 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1915 mou1915111201_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: November 12, 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. WJLBB II &- - Published Every Friday VOLUME XXIX. ipiffcif! Ml. VEKiNOJN, lP4liH.I those states. - jfJljlittlf. JSreGlheGLGl Established 1887 XUMBER 9 KOOKCA8TLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY. NO VEMJ3ER 12, 1915 Woman suffrage- has been defeated in the last yetir in the great States of New York, Pennsylvania Massachusetts, New Jersey, Ne braska, North and South Dakota, Ohio aud Missouri by overwhelming majorities. The Legislatures of the following states have defeated it also: Maine. Newhaino- shire, Vermont, Rhode Island, Delaware. Indiana, Michigan, North Carolina, Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, Oklahoma, Texas, Missouri, Ohio, Nebraska, Florida and Alabama. When Kentucky's turn comes, there is little doubt that her name will be added to this roll of honor. Boston, Mass -- i's If you Weariri M6tafi&v3 GLOVES -- Apparel 3 SIIlffli BiraiEaiiiiiigiiniM went into the clothing business what would you do to get us to buy your fall wearing ap parel at your store? You have your own ideas as to how a man's store should be operated If we could read your thoughts we would endeavor to serve you as you would us if the tables were turned. We know that we have adopted the first principles of good btisinese by providing merchandise of quality and good taste marked at very close prices the only thing remaining to be done is to find the particular touch of store service that will make shopping pleasantest for you at this store. Watson, lor a few weeks Miss Elizabeth Storm had as her visitors during the week end Miss. Kate Po'nter, of London, Mr J. TWTus J. M. Owens, and son F. White, of Williamsburg, and Claud, were guests of her Mr. W. E. Dunham, of Corbin. daughter, Mrs. Walter Smith, at Little Mi's Isabelle Martin, the daughter of Mrs. Crab Orchard, Wednesday of last week. E: J. Ford, of Dauvilh. R. S. Martin, is recovering from was here last week a few hours an attack of diphtheria. Dr. W. Mr. on business We understand E Gravely attended her. and Mrs.JohnUmiauf, of Spring that J, H. Ward has sold his resi , dence property, and is now in field, Mq , and Mrs. Joe McKen-zieof Mt. Vernon, were guests Louisville looking for a location. eleven-year-ol- d Mabel Asgood, Nov. 5, iJh , HOWS THIS? We offer one hundred dollars reward for any case of catarrh hat cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh cure. c?. J. Cheney & Co , Toledo, O. We the undersigned have known F J. Chenev for the last fiften years, and believe him perfectly nonorable in all business transac tions andinancially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm. National Bank of Commerce, WJmMMMMMMMMMMMM x- i j Ml ;i .i!3gMEiiri!iO,!yy-a- riAr. g ., Kit UbxiGorttf ik jmsmmm " H R tree. Price 75c per bottl?. Sold by all druggists.. Take . Halls family pills for Constipation. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous sufacesof une syiem. lesumoniais sent Toledo, Ohio. Suppose the next time that. you have anything to buy in men's wearing apparel from a shoe string to a suit of clothes, that you come in and put us to the test see if we are good enough judge of your wishes to make you want to come again. CASTO R 9 Children Cry FUTCHER'S FOR I A . Lancaster, were the guests of Mr. the first of the week. Chas. Bu and Mrs. C. C Howell, Sunday chanan, Thos. Lyne and Henry afternoon. Wm Potts has moved Poynter, af Crab Orchard, weie this property near the old fair guests of Mhs Elizabeth Storm Mr. and Mrs. U. C. grounds. Mr. Potts purchased last week. Howell were visiting Mr. and this property from John Ham. Preach-ersvilland has built a nice little cottage Mrs. W. P. Rigsby in the section the first of the on it. Mr. and Mrs. A. M Hiatt. Mr. and Mrs. CO. Howell week. Mrs. I. R. Storm, who has and Mr. and Mrs. lohu Robins been at Carlsbad Springs for sevattended church at Crab Orchard eral weeks, returned to her homo Miss Delia Flynn, Sunday evening. Otis Frith here Tuesday who has been visiting her father moved to thopropetty vacated by TuesMr. Frith A. T. Furnish is hav in St. Louis, returned home day Mrs. Agnes Herrin and ing a nice residence erected on the farm recently purchased from family, of Crab Orchard, spent Mrs. Linda Benton, and near last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.W. where the Benton residence was T. Brooks. A house belonging destroyed by fire. y. A. Tyree to J. G. Frith, and occupied by l, and Jop Albright are the carpen- - Wm Lunceford and Cart was destroyed by fire last ters. - O. D. and Logan Bryant A play and E. S Albright were in town a week. No insura! ce. short time Monday on their way will be gi n here in the near f.it tie benefit of a School to Lancaater Mrs. Ered L. Durham, who is recovaring from a Libiaiy. 'I he name of the play severe attack of tvphoid, is with and the xact date will be anher parents, Mrs. and Mrs. J. F. nounce later. Kid-wel- Mr.nnd Mrs. Alex Walker, of of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Iiobnis e - -- .'- - - -- li - !'! . a.S I !!!!!!!!!!,;!!,!!!!;'!!1.........j... ttlt WW .! .. BAKER'S ?. MT. VERNON KENTUCKY .- - We Are Leaders In Ladies' Furnishings. 3st 1 j 'ancy nosiery t Sutton & J McBee A WALK nLCy VER j of 4 s tells us, has come through eco- It might be supposed from frage Association, said: nomic freedom. With the revision "Fra'Schwimmer's title that she Beg "The address has set every wc-Advise the marriage relation, all spec j was a married woman, but this, it man who heard it thinking, and Th "Votes For Women" ial privileges for women, she tells seems is not the case. She is one they are thinking women who a Forerunus, are being abolished. This Isiof the many Feminists in Europe will consider both sides of such a ner of "Feminism" the road on which suffrage and who have assumed the married proposition. Political emaucipa-woman'- s and Sex War. feminism are traveling. title in order to shield tion is not the only emancipation." the mothers of illegitimate child- II. op a Max-mad- e Evidently the suffragist and Its Aim the Knd - feminist leaders are fighting also After their recent big defeat the ren, They argue that if all woWorld, a Man made suffragist are turning their atten men married or single, have the for emancipation from the princi-s-m- e Man-mad- e Religion and a of Merchandise consisting of Great and tion to new fields, and Kentucky litle It will uot be evident pal of Christianity and monoja-whethe- r Bible. is to be the next victim of their a woman is married or my! Boy's Suits, and Children's .agitation. A State suffrage con-- I not! Instead of frying to lessen of the women at The character Shoes and Slippers, Dry Goods, Ladies', Misses vention is to be held in Lexing- illegitimacy, these Feminists are the head of the suffrage move Fiem Couiier-Jouna- l. ton next week, and two foreign trying to remove every prejudice ment constitutes this movement a and Childrens House Dresses, &c &c. I. , suffrage agitators are to be sent to against it in law, custom or public In an article entitled "The Free inspire Kentucky women with ad- opinion. In the countries where menace to the welfare of the.coun- try. Dr. Shaw said in the New Added Thereto Volumns of Mer"Woman of the North," by Mabel ded zeal for the cause. women vote they boast of great York Evening Post for February Potter Dagget, in the Pictorial t Onf of tliPBO is Trc Philm success on tnese chandise being our intention to make lines. Jn Nor- - 25, 19I0, that she believed in . .Review of September 1915, we are Snowden, a f since women vote, a law has man suffrage even if every woman promirent English this by far the old of the wonderful advances of Socialist, who spends much been passed that if there is doubt voted wrong, and that she believ time womenin the Scandinavian coun- in this country working for suf-- f as to the paternity of an illegiti- ed ij saying this she spoke for the Prices will be tries, owing to the fact that they age. Mrs. Snowden will prob- mate child and if the mother can thousands of women belonging to have the vote. She s&ys here in ably not express her Socialists implicate several men as will make new named Records, and no Live possible .her association. America we have thought wo had AriiLiiiiriii 11 criv 111 Hiii ni'trv fathers they may all be taxed for Money Saver can afford to miss this .opportunity Mrs. Belmont, the famous leadcomparatively easy divorce, but in ! T to obtain a divorce, there for American womej are to be led her benefit! (See "Feminism in er of the Woman's Congressional America , on step by step, the first step on Germany and Scandinavia," by Union, one of the largest suffrage r. roust be "grounds,' which means , the road to Socialism and Femin Katherine Anthony, published by societies in the country, said in an . party or the other to the that one ism being woman suffrage; but in Henry Holt & Co.) . interview in the New York Times . marriage must be guilty of wrong ..- -. Slinff,n,c .UUUO., Mrs. Snowden and "Frau" on Oct. II 1HD w U..v.UU in Scandinavia 30: "If the women do to the other, but man Socialist," she states her Schwimmer are the leaders chosen pot win here they will go on with the Uwdoes not require husband ideal as follows; ''Free as the by the suffragists to lead Kenthe campaign in the State, but wait until one has wind, and wife to the Socialist wife will be tucky women on the path they there will not be much to do, and wronged the other. They may se- bound only by her natural love Wish them to take, and on which they may as well torment the cure a divorce for the asking. It lor her husband and children they say suffrage is only a step. member of the Federal Governdoesn't cost anything. There is divorce will be much more easy Let no one be deceived by the would take this entire paper, were we to name each not even a lawyer needed. The of accomplishment and it is more fact that Feminism is not much ment. I expect to spend a great deal of my own time in Washing, process is simple: one notifies the than probable tnal the church talked of at sffurage meetings at ton this winter." item we have to offer you, so we content ourmag'strate thit you are separat- marriage service will be abolish- present. The suffrage leaders are A deliberate plan to selves by saying, ing You are not required to go ed." clever enough to know that it is the members of the "torment" Federal Govinto details. You simply state Frau" Rosika Schwimmer, sec- dangerous until the vote is secur- ernment at a time when these Fail to see Big Stock of Clothing new that you no longer wish to contin- retary of the International Suf- ed. When women have become men are confronted with the most ue the marriage. Then one party frage Alliance, is the other distin- voters, then it is and up-to-d- ate nearly One-ha-lf assumed that serious. problems our country has Priee. to the contest goes away for a guished foreigner. they are ready to take farther had to lace since the Civil War year in Finland it is for only Schwimmer is the woman who steps toward the Feminist goal. shows what unpatiiotic voleis Cost and three months at the end of that spoke for the suffragist in a saloon In Chicago women , have already these women would be if enfranperiod the magistrate hands you in uoiumous, to make unio, dmmg the taken the first step, and at the re chised. It is nothing short of a the papers that dissolve the marri- recent suffrage campaign in that cent National Suffrage Convention for less Druggets and Carpets and blessineUie country that many age as quietly as it was made State. .She was introduced by tn that citv, Prof. W. I. Thomas. e men But even this amount of free the owner of the saloon, and she of Chicago University, told his uiousanoji awake to the danand women are dom does not. satisfy the voting) said: "It gave me a splendid op- hearers that "Any girl, mentally ft Scandinavian woman. Scandina-- i portunity to make clear that the mature, lias a right to mother- ger in the movement. The only states to accept wovia nas originated the 'conscience suffrage party has no affiliations hood," and that woman's e asser- man suffrage since i9i2 are Nemarriage," which is without any with either the wet or the dry in- tion of her right to motherhood vada and Montana, which are lit- legal tie. It is simply an an- terests." It was an interesting is a revolution mat is coming . and ue more man mining camps ana nouncement in the newspapers outcome of the suffrage attempt to no one can stop it." are the wettest states in the union. ' l- that this man and this woman iace oulu ways uu uie M nquor ques- - ... , wnatwere the comments of The suffragists owe their success take each otbex t r husband and tion that the prohibitionists turn he prominent suffraeists who in these states to the Socialist and wife. Either, of course, is free to ed against them and were a large heard Prof. Thomas address? I. W. W.s, who are everywhere - leave the other at any time. This 7 factor in their overwhelming de- - Dr. Anna Howard Shaw, the allied with the suffrage cause and Daggett marital freedom, Miss feat by 182,100 inOhio. preiidednt of the National Suf who are particularly strong in 9QV www www ww ww ww w www ww w wwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwVwWwwwwVWww lVWwlwlWwTwI.WWwIWWVWVfwwIwIWwIWwlwVwlW CATS IN THh MEAL We Greatest Sale To i That We Have Bought a Movmiit I At a Discount Much Below Cost A Lot Men's Men's, Women's FOR CASH whollyantihristian. wo-wa- y And We Have Of Our Own, it Greatest Selling Event the History of the Trade. that Low in Kk. 1 OUR STORE WILL BE t.. U- Brim Full of Bargains SOLD EVERYTHING AT A SACRIFICE k " COME AND SEE' must Don't Our "Frau" at SHOES SLIPPERS ateLss than up Matting Rugs anti-suirrag- Our Motto- "SELL IT. FOR LESS -- y&&c3oy&2 I 1 MT. VERNON KENTUCKY ....................... ...... BAKER'S .............. ww A w ! ( 4 jWP. ". fp' n WW!?9wlr T . - ppW$?Cv'; FzT " ' ;3ywwsrjJBesjJWl; at life WOMAN'S CLL7B MT. VERNON SIGNAL adventurouswith his were spent sons, Nathan this place Frdav, JJnv. f), 1915. For several ai.d D M. Boone . . nit"- ' Fit m a v., Nov. 12, 19 in regular semimonthly niett-o-f yeais he oeoapiecl a garret room , Woman's Club, held at the old hone as a sitting room ' 'n2 of nmPofMrs. L. VV. Bethur- Tn fchlSil'l1 on.l ttTkrlrkbrtn rninhinPfl Published every Friday by EDO A A- S. ALBRIGHT. roun hehpcut many days carving uiii visw attended and much curious powder horns as souvenirs interest wa-- manifested iu th $I.O for his children and friends. It pla:)- - for !: years work. The ' UBSCRIPTION J JE YEA.R was in this little garret room, too, Vuw tJro.- - d nt.who is acting in the absence of the President, pre Advertising rates maue know ci tint he kept the cherrywond coffin, fashioned with his own hands, in sided. Some of the com mi tees application reported and then the subject ot a. which he was finally buried. Several miles below the Boone loc t;ou for a library vas prohomestead is a farm formerly posed. Owing to the fact that MEMBER OF owned by Daniel Boone, which the club dues not ovn a buildine KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION .was transferred by him to Wil- thecal lion of a place for the liam Cashaw. Richard Matson books is even more perplexing le .1 . - 1 j , -- ! ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT ) Emma Wallin. G turd 11 of VPlaint'ff, Guy WalLin, &c, J Js Commissioner's Safe. Guy Wallin, &c-- , Defendant. By virtue of a judgment, and order of sale in the above styled action the undersigned Master Commissioner will on Monday, -J pminimnimmmmHiinmmminfnniinmmmfflBHns l-- WA EDIYOUR PRODUCE! g Bring Us Your NT - November 29, 1915, at the front door of the Court House, in Mt. Vernon, Kentucky, between the hours of 9 o'clock a, m. and 4 o'clock p m , it being a regular pChickens,Turkeys, Ducks and Geese, and lives upon this farm, has the deed from SOLD BY Boone to Cashow. The signature of the pioneer is plainly visible". It was written firmiy, but by a The election is now over, lets hand which betrayed the tremor get down jo bnsinesss and make of old ase. The considerat on things hum for the good old town was '"three hundied dollars. MT. VERNON, KY. and countv. The election a s American money." John B. Cal gone right- - for some otherwise loway, a Justice of the Peace, for Let's ly aside these Femme Osage township, affixea for others THE EDITOR SOLILOQUIZES difficulties and get together for his signature, May 6, I8I5, and When a dearly-Ioe- d subscriber the good of all. The weather is the deed was duly filed with the writes to us in irate vein, "Stop fine, things are prospering and recorder- of deeds of St. Charles the paper: never send the vile countv. Beside this interesting whv not smile? sheet to my home again," we just souvenir, Mr. Matson has a num puff our sweet old corn-co- b and we ber of articles, a table and several strobe the office cat: editors don't Hoskins' line, to a white-oak- , sup canes made from waluut lumber have no fet lings" never mind, posed to be a 1 ne tree, in J. F taken from the fort in Darst Walins' line, at a short curve in we're used to that. .iaid road; thei ce leaving said Hos-kinAt this built by When a typographical error line, running north cast Interesting Reminiscences of place Uie Boones were besieged sometimes creeps in by mistake, with J. F. Wallin' line in a chest The Famous Pioneer. for several days by hostile Indi and our friends rudi in and tell us nut oak, a corner to Bordes' land; ans. Their water supoly, which ass we'd make, theuce with Bordes 'line to a rock, what a first-clas- s The Solid Old House in St. was taken from the big spring ne r we just overlook their errors, nev- a corner to the Liskf tract, now Charles County, Mo. Where by, was cut off, and they we.e er giving tit tor tat; editors are cwtitd bv John Pavne: thence with sicl Lusk.s' line to J. C He Spent His Last Days. forced to die a well nearer the pacbydermic, and Oh we're used Howa.d'i line k iown as Berer to that. College land; thence with same to From St. Louis Globe Democrat, De- fort. Jefferson Calloway, a respected When our advertisers cancel, the widow Roberts' line; thence cember 5, 189?.) colored man, now a resident of telling us the sheets no good, with same to the beginning, conTo the stranger passing though Marthasville. where Boone was when subscribers choose to pay us taining 390 acres more or lrss. the valley of the Femme Osage, buried, has a v.'vid recollection of Terms of sale will be made on a in tomatoes or cord wood well, we in the Eastern part of Missouri, credit of six months. The purthe great woodsman. He remera simply grin and bear it, though the greatest object of interest is bers him as a tall, dignified ma- it .'eaves us rather fla; editors chaser or DUrchasers will be rethe house built years ago by Dan- walking with a cane. A feature can exist somehow somehow we quired to give bond with approv iel Boone. ed surety, payable to the underof his dress was a cape of dressed get used to that. Back from the winding valley deerskin. Boone was a very qui When your daughter's gradua- signed Commissioner and bearing road at a respectable distance it et, man, courteous to all he met. tion or her wedding day comes interest at the rate of six per cent stands, low eavecl, dingy, massive A few years before his death he round, you expect the kind of per annum from date of bond unly built, so near the big bluff is it became tacticum and moody, and write ups that in adjectives til paid and having the force and that, seen from the west, it seems would several times each day, go abound, do you ever stop to thank effect of a judgment. to be entirely within the embrace up successful. G. S Grif in, M.C.R C.C into his garret workshop and us, though 'tis done with great of the cedar crowned arms of the The meeting was ldjourned unget into his coffin to 'try the fit 'echt." that's what editors tire COLDS DO NOT LEAVE W1L rocks towering above it. Almost til Friday Nov. 5. The next regL1NGLY of it."1 there for, and Oh, well, we're a centurv old, it is solid looking ular meeting will be held at the used (The above article was found in Because a cold is stubborn is Kx. to that and as defiant of the passing of rPason why you should be. In scrap book owned by Mrs. Langdon Dormitory. The Home an old time as its granite background. ' S. G. Franklin, of Mt. Vernon, Economic department will have RHEUMATISM AND ALUF.D stead ofI 'wearing" it t out, get .. Here the last years of Daniel K.y. A sure reiieie o.y a. taicing ur. xi iving s picture of Boone's Mis- charge ot the program and PAINS MUST GO Boone's life were spent, and in New DNcovery. Dangerous bion-chia- l Misses Khron and Newberry will souri residence also appears along The congestion and lung admen's ofien fol the little upstairs room facing the give a demonstration in Domestic il flow causes painof the blood in with the article. The citizens of Slimes Lin- low a cold which has been neg frame addition, which phlegmaric eament penetrates to to thf con- lected at the beginning. As you Warren county, Mo , dedicated a Science have built as a ''lean utilitarians gestion and start the blood to body faithfully battles those rold monument in the Bryan cemetery flow freely. The body's warmth to", the spirit of the greatest pio at Marthasville on October 29. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY CIVIC is renewed; the pain is gone The j garms, no better aid can he given neer known in western history, than the"use of this remedy Its -1915. at tne original graves of LEAGUE. man or vomin who has rheu impm ha h Pn d hv nld and winged its way to that world Daniel Boone and his wife, Rebec We are finding the good citi- mutism, neuralgia or any other young. Get a bottle to day. 50c which even he might not explore ca Bryan Boone, whose remains zens of the county not only will pain and fails to keep Slone's and $100. in the flesh. With the growing in their home is like a were transferred to Frankfort, ing, but anxious to support the drowning man refusing a rope." reverence for history treating of Kentucky in 1845.) Civic League. It is a general Why suffer Get a bottle of America and Americans, it is The Boone Way Association, opinion that it is the right time Sloan's 25c and 5oc. $1 bottle The undersigned strictly forbid hunt-inpassing strange that the foremost with headquarters at Mt. Vernon, for such a move, and it is only a holds six times as much as 25c or trespassing on th?ir lands and pioneer in the development of the will prosecute, to the extent of the law, size. Kentucky, are planning a highway matter of a few weeks until a west should be so nearly forgoall viol.itors. from Lexington, North Carolina, strong organization will be effecttten. The bones of Boone now Wade Hunt, "Why doosn't Titewad go to Boone's old home in that state, to ed. The membership pledge rest in Kentucky soil, in what he ?"' IMPORTANT n lovingly termed "the happy hunt- Marthasville and Warrenton, Mo., card which we shall quote again church has neer been able to Boone's last residence. in mind that Chamber This "He Bear reads as follows: "As a citi ing ground." But all ends there. highway is named Boone Way zen of Rockcastle county, I pledge reconcile that hvmu, 'I'm Glad lain's tablits not only move the No attempt has been made to ap already be myself to obey and support the Salvation's Free ', with the pass- bowels but improve the appetite routed proprtately mark the spot near and is and streiig hen the digestion. For tween Cumberland Gap and Lou- laws of Kentucky, applyiug to ing of the contribution box " sale by all deale Warren Martbasville, county, where Boone's body was first con- isville, a distance of 250 miles, i50 said county, and shall use ev ry turn-pikehonorable means to induce all signed to earth. The German miles of which is al ready is be'ing con others to obey and support the thi remainder tenant of the house in which the The two old homes, structed. pioneer died has no knowledgi of miles apart, will be connectTins pledge has been signed by its history. If it were not for 1000 ed by this highway. The routing the fellowing men : E.S. Albright, the old stone house in the valley of the Femme Osage and the nu- will probably be finished during U. G. Baker, S P. Bowman. Alhalea all nignt long through the air passa" fred Bryant, J H. Barnes, D C. Try the Treatment Re- ges to the lungs, loosening the phlegm merous bits cf interesting historv the year 1916. soothing tho inflamed membrane, and aidlieves by Inhalation and Absorpin the country where he died his GET RID OF THOSE POISONS Ciaig. E. B. Gox, Robt Cox, C C. ing the body cells to drive out the invadtion. No Stomach Dosing. Uox, W. A. Cox. O. C. Davi?, ing germs. memory would be but a misty IN YOUR SYSTEM. In addition, Tick's is absorbed through No need to disturb your stomach, 'with Brack Durham, M. G. Fish. W H. You wili find Dr. King's New blur upon the minds of the oldest the pores, reducing the inflammation and internal medicines for these troubles. taking out that tightness and soreness. and as a blank to the younger gen Live Pills a most satisfactory lax- Fish, W A. Wallin, E. R. Gentry, Vick's Salve, combines by a 25c. 50c, or $1.00. At all druggists. ative in releasing the poison from Fred Kruger, J. A. Landrum, A. special process Menthol, Thymol, eration. . Jta (JowineJias m& Camphor and Pine Tar, so that when your system. Accumulated wast G. Lovell, James Maret, J. T. applied to the heat of the body, these inThe house in which he died Is and poisons cause manifold P19RU G. Moore, M.J. Mil- gredients are released in the form of vapors. unless released. Dizziness Meadows, J. thfslVadeK. an interesting structure. It was These soothing, medicated vapors are in- ler, Floyd Miller. W. A. Owens built nearly a century ago. The spots before the eyes, blackness rSpiro), James Pinkerton, W. M. and a miserable feeling generally walls ate of bright blue limestone, are indications that you need Dr. Poynter, D C. Poynter, W. B. and in many years have changed King's New Lifu Pills. Tate a Reiuke (Pine Hill) W. Sparks, J. but little. Somber grayish tints dose to night and you will experi C. D. Sutton, F. L Thompson, Jr", running hru it here and there ence greatful relief by morning. C. M. Thompson. E. B. Talor, J. alone show the ravages of time. 25c. E.TH W. VanWinkle, James Winstead, In many places the walls are The note of this government to H. T. Young. Others have proba- JsHere ALL THE TIME six feet thick, and safely inside a Great Britain on the shipping uiy aigucu picugc taiua, uui IU wayfarer may defy the elements. question ought to satisfy not only cards ha; e not reached the.secie-tary- , Ofi'ce in Residence Eatk f Court House, When this massive old structure everyone in this country who beand manv go:d citizens have Old Maid Street. was erected it marked the extreme lieves that an emphatic protest not had an opportunity yet. western limit of western agricul- sho'ild be made against interferThe next meeting of 'the Civic tural efforts. It was. in fact, on ence with our commerce, but the League is to be held at the Court the boundary line between the Berlin government as well. With House on Friday night (Nov. t2th) known civilization west of the a matter rf dollars involved Wash- - at seven o'clock. This is an im. Mississippi river and the unknown mgton in its representations em- portant meetings and we should wilderness still further west of it. ploys language scarcely less force- like to have "all of the present It was one of the first houses ful than it used in addressing Ger- members, those who expect to Our line of Couch Caskets erected in St. Charles county, and many on the subject of the murder become members and all friends 1 is unexcelld 7T .!i. ';vis at that time the now fertile fields of American men, women and of the movement, both men and Hand-mad- e Coffins furnished along both banks of the Femme children. The tone of the com- women, present. Osage were a dense wilderness. munication indicates that it reHearse sen! to all parts of Hostile Indians were on both gards the violation of international the County. sides. In this wilderness the law as but little less reprehensible sturdy pioneer built his home. In than the violation of the laws of j II All orders by Wire 'rom ptlylFilled For Infants and Children, most lasting mate- humanitv and civilization. ' it none but the Tlie Kind You Have Always Bought i rial was used blue limestone for i the walls and hand sawed oak and Bears the wj MI VERNON, KY. Phone 94rS- FOR FLETCHER'S blf.ck walnut for the w ood work. Signature Il T'lm!" The latter days of the pioneer's who now f--r - DANIEL BOONE'S HOME Bot-tor- n, the-pionee- than ob a' ing them. Some suggestions were m de but no action was taken and this matter was left over to he ta en up at the next clob meeting As it did seem possible to have a representative from this club to the Fomth District Convention, heid in Lancaster Saturday, a motton carried to have a written report Sent. The Woman's Club has not been asleep, just testing it stems; but now it is awake and each member realizes there is a duty for her. Of course, the club has its successes and its failures, but being able to over look the obstacles and rejoice over victory, is 110 smali virtue. Our membernow numbers twenty-- ' ne ship a tive members working for the oivic betterment and the welfare of the gener.il public. The Wo man's Club first conceived the idea of a Lyceum course for Mt. Vernon. Two years ago a short but ve.y good course was given. lbecoure given last year was not so toed, but this ear we ate to have a course second to none. The Woman's Club can't go farln the way of financing, yet they are willing to work and will do their utmost to make the Lyceum course a success. Tuis is only one of many things the club has been the means of bringing about. It is hoped that the Literary movement will prove as SHats ? term of the Rockcastle County Court, the undersigned Commissioner will off.T sa'e the fol lowing described tract of land located in Rockcastle County, Kentucky on the waters of Dix River and described as follows : Beginning at a stone near a branch and road and being a corner to J- - C Howard, Widow Roberts aud Nat Hoskins' land; thence running with Nat Hoskins' line in i8 E 8 poles and 20 links to a pine; thence in s6 E 20 poles to a pine; thence N274- - E13 poles and 8 links to a white oak; thence N2LV E16 poles to a white oak; hence Nl 2 E92j4 poles to a white oak, dog wood and mple pointers by the side of a road and a branch; thence up said road, with I I E Eggs, Fins, Hides, Etc; ' NUTS of ALL KINDS. f and get the Highest Price in Cash. 3 H No matter what you have in the Produces E Line, we will handle it I CASH WHEN YOU BRING IT IN. jThomason & MT. VERNON, KY. I I uummiiuuiuiuiimimiiimiiiumiiiimmiiimmiiimiuuit Presfon! s' EHE?Ii&s5i MWliilW HI fol .22's Have the Call! WITH the rise sport, of .22 rifle-shooti- ng RFW&0 C Remington-UM- to the level became the fastest sellinff .22 ammunition in the world. Whatever make of .22 rifle you shoot, Remington-UM- C Cartridges will give you better, surer results than any other ) in the world. Go to the leading dealer the one who displays the Red Ball Mark of Remington- - UMC. He'll tell vou what sportsmen think about these famous cartridges and he'll show you the Remington-UMand Autoloading Rifles. Sincle Shot, in a class by themselves for "feel." easy operation and consistent performance. C Slide-actio- n it dealer and 3095 other leading merchants in Kentucky Sold by your home Arms-Unio- 1 n Metallic Cartridge Co. Remington Woolworth Buildine (233 Broadway) New York City tt c Lin-eam- en POSTED with me and have some of my wife's good bread made from MORNING STAR FLOUR The majority of men relish good, fresh, tasty bread and miss it keenly when compelled to eat ordinary bread. Complete confidence comes to the woman who uses the Morning Star Flour in her bakings, confidence when she buys, for every sack is guaranteed to give satisfaction, confidence when she bakes for Morning Star Flour never goes wrong, but goes further than usual fioui by making more loaves to the sack, causes the least care in the mixing, and kneading, and produces the moat satislyir.g bread, light, sweet, snowy white loaves with crusts delicious and tender, and there is least waste from stale ends and dry crusts, for bread made from Morning Stnr Flour keeps fresh longer than other. It permits of baking more loaves at a time and less often, thereby saving in work, fuel and care. Until yon have tried Morning Star Flonr you will never know a perfect flour OME home to dinner sf d, Bothered by Catarrh, Bronchitis, Asthma, Head or Chest Colds? "Vap-O-Rub" "Vap-OJlu- b" Euca-lypt- ol, sil-men- ts D WCKSSsatiSS SALVE w. T. FRANCIS DENTIST Rockcastle Milling Co Incorporated C. T. RIDDLE BRODHEAD, KY. mjc UNDDBTAKDK MiiXMi . GRANVILLE OWENS I yoy330xyc $3033 UNERTAKER Ky LINE . Brodhead COMPLETE Coffins, Caskets and Robes Mail, Telegraph or Tele- I CASTORIA Children Cry CASTORIA &&&fa i W. A. COX, J phone orders Promptly Filled S2? i sg'gg sgyi , j&y&3d$&cs y MT. VERNON SIGNAL' . Artl,ur Daily has traded a piir of muKs &c , to .Ji-- n -- Rogers for y Mt Vernon Ky Nov 12, 1915 me A w. Adams prc-peri- or ., iif' .? V"1!. mi nm win 11 ii ii" !?''& 1 m Adams street. W. G. McBee will build a brick bungalow on the lot next to t' e Presbte-ia- n exHe church pects .to begin work in the early 79 ctp "No. 7 waen wan to Communis crate with SIGNAL 79 Will You Read This Twice? very important .question which every housekeeper must decide for herself is whether she prefers pure, cream of tartar baking powder like Royal or whether she is willing to use rA to-d- ay x Ma W DRESS UP foe t H ' spring. . lOUlSVILLC &. NASHVILLE R. R. CO. TIME TABLE. 22 21 33 acrtn nortti south .1 South same and approves them, work Tas. Landrum, Agent. will begin on building on btrned Phone No. 8. corner. at the as Mt s Etcond-cias- Morris Brown is waiting on plans and specifications from the 11:39 am 12:13 a m contractors and as soon as he gets 5.04 p m 3:56 am We hope that every woman i Rockcastle county will read what Mabel Asgood has to say on Wo man Suffrage, which article ap pears on the first page. healthful qualities to the food. One kind is easily distinthe laws of various States require the ingredients to be printed upon the label. If anyone is in doubt which kind is most healthful, it is worth while to ask the family doctor. Then decide. And when once a decision is reached let no advertisement or dealer's argument or canvasser's solicitation change the decision. It is not a question of a few cents or of pleasing a salesman.' It is a question of health. If this appeals to you as reasonable and sensible advice, it baking powder made of inferior substitutes which do not add guished from the other, since Entered Lvceum course will be given Nov. 1 9, 19 15, at the Graded PERSONAL Schoo! building. "Beilharz," the .. ' . : .:n mane yuu , i. iaugo Other Hsrper has returned , clllcl "Wi from a two wteks vis:t in Cincin and forget. Vernon, Ky. PostoflSee mail matter. j The first entertainment of the DON'T WAIT DO IT NOW! Don't put off getting your new fall outfit until after Thanksgiving. Everything You might just that You'll salesman. Must Pennington and have had experience on the road Mrs. T. J worth reading twice. And children were with relatives here in the wholesale grocery business. s worth remembering. Reference requited. over Sunday. Otter & Co , ROYAL' BAKING POWDER CO.' Mr. and Mrs. JoLn Umlauf, of 10th and St. Louis Ave. are visiting Springfield. Mo., who New York Louisville, Ky. relatives hete. as well have new outfit and For Sale: Au extra good Master George Fish M.Kenzie have the pleasure of wearing it. have to buy is reported recovering from his heating stove. If you want a good one come and look, if you i one from some place sooner or later. attack of diphtbe ia. Do now. tbe.STANLEYS MAJORITY want a cheap one, there is no use ijuuuc way vjjjcia nuusc Mrs. W L. Richards and daugh iy iuv. Come today and see ter, Mrs. Jett, were in Louisville to take your time. The wholesale' on account of the entertainment cost of stove was $43 00 and is in given at the Graded School build yesterday for the day. With Laurel county's vote totine condition, not been used in on that date. Thanks to Mrs W. J Sparks and daugh-t.r- . day officially certified in the Govenough to hurt Can be bought ( !eorge, the clever showman. Miss Bess, have een in Lou foi 12 ernor's race, as 1,124 for Morrow, 50. itville during the week On November 18. we will pre- Stanley's majoritv-ithe State is Apply at Signal Office sent at Boone Way Opera House, 896. This is subject to a further Mrs. Sarah Maret of Wildip, Remember that each and every in moving pictures, the famous reduction of 127 in spent a portion of the week with McCracken and season's ticket purchased from a novel, "Martiu Eden", in six Mr and Mrs J Fish. in Daviess, where these votes school child over 10 years of age reels, by Jack London. Admiss- 30 are being contested by the RepubMrs. W. T. Davis and Miss from anv school in the county, ion lo cents to all. Show starts spent Saturday licans, and to the addition of I80 Dessie Thompson will entitle that child to all the at 7 o'clock. votes tn McCreary county, where nd Sunday at Poplar Grove. shows absolutely free. Help us Democrats have taken legal steps Mrs. P. L Durham was able togo to help the children, wont you? find here a good clean stock to select from. to prevent the padding of the Morto Brodhead Fridav after a6o odd Ask about 'Bedfaaiv' coming o row vote. confinement with typhoid. sell for cash and you Nov. i9 1915 at the Graded have other people's A most interesting meeting of Mi and ilr: H McFerron fare School building. Why don't YQU buy a season's the Mother's Cluo was heldoat debts to pay. cow residents f our town, and , the Langdon school on Thursday ticket from the school children Mrs. Roy S."Beaz!ey, of Ortan-dowe heartily welc me them to our Rockcastle county, was here afternoon of last week. The sub- and give the child a chance to see Big values in Shirts, Caps, Shoes, Underwear midst yesterday, returning irom a visit ject under discussion was "The the show at the price of one ticket and everything by mankind. J. B. Noe, the West End mer- to Danville friends. She told the Literary Education of the Child" es the ticket you buy serves for chant, who has been conhned to I. J. that She had been hard at the sixth of a series of topics yon and also entitles the child to his bed with tonsihtis, is some work lately in the effort to build a which are being studied by the see the show beginning Nov. 19 better. Christian church for her home members of the club. The atIn ' THE GARDEN OF EDEN. Datown and that hertfforts had beeu tendance was the largest In the T. J. Pennington and L H. vis, two of Livingston's business rewarded. The building, which history of the organization. "These The Garden of Eden is agaiu in men, were here during the week is said to be a creditable one, will meetings .will be held monthly the news after being more or less on business be dedicated the latter part of De- throughot the year On Friday afternoon several of in the background ever since Eve P. L. Thompson, Sr., resigned cember. Interior Journal. the teachers enjoyed an auto trip used her feministic influence to his position with Otter & Co., to Friends here have received persuade poor old Adam to eat that accept a better position with Alt news that Will Brocks, formerly to Crab Orchard, where they had pple. British troops have endinner, returning that evening." sheller & Co. of Crab Orehard, who has been camped in the Garden of Eden, in Miss Ducher, of Bristol, was a George Gathff. of the Gooch- with the 101 Ranch moving picvisitor for a short time this week the persian Gulf theater of war, SmjJsmmoSSL 'iz land section, was a pleasant and ture produciug organization for 1 the Langdon school. She was on the banks of the Euphrates, substantial caller at the Signal of- several years, has accepted the at and have named one place "Ser. fice Wednesday.! management of the big plant of accompanied by Miss Evelyn pent Corner", and another ' TempMrs. D. C. Price, who was oper- of the Triangle Film Company at Green, who has entered school at tation Square." The humor of ated on for apppndichis in Louis- Ocean Pa?s, California, which puts Langdon. the soldiers is defended by the SfP "RpilllnV" of. fliQ CZtmJa.A London Times in a weighty edito ville, has recovered sufficiently to the popular Lincoln county man right at the forefiont of this great School building Nov. i9, 1915, in rial. De brought hack home. industry in the west. Mr.Brooks such character work as in "The The country home of Dee CumLOCAL For Sale: Choice extracted is now in South Dakota engaging Hoosier School Master. '"The Muwas destroyed honey thick, well ripened, clear mins near Wabd, Born to Mr. ard Mrs. I heard about 60 Indians who will be used sic Master" and " The End of the lflVESjrHE.B-S- T RESULTS Monday alternoon by lire late last section, in producing wild west scenes for World," and so on. Tickets on and delicious fhvor. Price 9c Mr. Cummins was preparing to Parsons, of the Buckea LIGHT, movie lovers trade sale by the students of both of per pound, in 60 pound cans. move back 10 the larm the followIntestor Journal. 44 a bov. Sample on request. Address our schools. 2t 1&TST ing day, in fact he had alteady The brick work on W. H. Krue-ger'- s Notice to Contractors: The J. T. CLEMONS, Village Storekeeper (as pastor small load of his house building was completed yes- blue print for the retaining wall, Morgan, Ky. moved a hoi" effects on the day the house-burneside walk, etc , around cemetery executes a materlv retreat from Reference, Farmers Bank, terday. This leaves Mr. CumDinged eld hyper is now at Cox Bros, store and the the store) Morgan, Ky. We understand that the night This is the same lead mins in rather bad condition, havCemetery Improvement Commit- crite office, which has been closed for To have an impressive name is ing sold his town property which quarter I put. in the collection 'ast tee would like to have contractors several month, is soon to be re call there, ,N AN is unquestioaably an advantage he is obliged to acite at ouce. examine same and sub Sunday!" opened. ad- in lfe. But, the best of all NS, JPOSITIPN. mit bids for the work They will Later we understand that Mr. The people who ned religion vantages, is A. JELO0PGIV-Sfor oneself a Cummins will move into T. J The entire Democratic ticket Receive bids for the excavation or IMI . fKfesv THE UEVERAGE. are: The man who left his horse good name b giving ones name Niceley's house on the adjoimn s m m wins. Barksdale Hamlet, whose 'concrete work alme or for it as a out in tne cold 1 x?i?5feA i all day without a good associates. '1 he There are farm until he can election has been in doubt, is sae whole. The Committee hopes to blanket on; the man who growls thn whn think ohilrimn mwrhi tnprop ty Wf.s covered byJiL'surance by a small margin be able to get this work done be ike a wild beast when i wife be given temporarv names to be Bud"Ander.o.rhohas been fore c, Id weather a d those who asks him for'mone : the woman changed by themselves when they 10 itie amount of $800. who is not wrmreoupht to be; grow up. It is doubtful if ihe confined to his room more than ex,ect ,0 subm" hids sh ld seventy days with typhoid is now at once the minister who is looking for plan would do much if any good, Services at Christian Church for Sunday getting nble to go nbout the The unter, ace mpinied v L anothei place an higher salaiv; The name miirht b- - .t more SeafPPEKA.HAtl, EXERCISE NO.26. f ho.ise can and Oscar Btvant. . n .a-- r . ttle manwh. alk.s the streets sible bu less. At a ( ramatic Sunday School 9:45 hands in his pockets school where I used to lecture, it POSTED: I will give $1 reward Monday had the pleasure of trav- - with hi Preaching bervice 11:00 a. m. wane nis wne carries the baby; was the fashion among the stu-th- e 11 urmauou leaning iu ine ar- elmg over that portion of Boon? cheerfully ior Christian Edeavor 6:30 p. in. man who keeps a dog and dents to take what they wiled and conviction of any one I Way leading from the Lincoln rest Preaching Service 7:30 p. m. furnished upon request caught hunting on my firm. Their s. lections i'me through Garrard over to that can't afford to take his homepaper stage names. Praver-meetinat 7 V. in. on J. J Adams. splendid town Lancaster. There 4t Herbert Cox pave a 'TnnlrJvereof'en comic, showiug "bad U7o4nQcrln.v nf fnrh week. by alreadv been considerable said Party" last Saturdav ni?ht. ThnsP j taste For Mghflown names, ob We invite any to woiship with , ww Don't forget the date of the!has G biggest entertainment given uu.l about Garrard's Boone Way, but present were Misses . Amy Proc- viously made up, they would put us who will and it shall be OUR .O. e tor, Sallye Reyuolds, Christine aside their own names, much more ssrvice, an all inclusive OUR. management of the men'on,v those who haVe had der the The Tanlac Agent of Mt. Vernon Nov. 19, i9i5. at Privilege of traveling over the Davis, Margaret Welch, Mamie natural and much better sounding. MT. VERNON, K-Phono No. 39 The Chinese are bouud to be Ex. Graded School building, road, has any appreciation of what Baker, Onie Silvers, Verna Welch the different. Chinese women are a fine piece of construction it is Bernice Landrum, Louana White- 'Beilharz'5 the entertainer. NOTICE trousers, while over here fhe Boone Way in Garaard tells nead and Mary Mae Latham. REGISTERING A KICK. Amend the story that To those owing me back taxes: th women are trying to put them Both Constitutional Messrs George S. Wcrford and there is something Messrs. David Craig, Rob I will, the first week in December, ou. 'You sav in vrur paper,' said Andrew Hawkins have purchased merits carried by good majorities do5ng We were tdd by Lancas Jamie Thompson, Hiatt twenty-fou- r 19I5, advertise all back taxes not hundred bushels of the man wro bad asked to see the pernmung ine WKingoi Wo. 1. The trouble with some men's lead Crawford, LloydChesnut, Charles paid by Dec. 1, as my time ex- heads is that the part they Talk hickorynuts so far this season at editor that Mr. and Mrs. Henry convicts on roads carried by more frQm Lancaster toward Uxing. Thompson, Omer Uhesnut, Ralph pires January 1, 19 16 to force colthan 20,000. No. 2, Amendment t()n was stm befcter than the gtan Griffin, Richard for the part 50 cents and i per bushel. That Peck are exjoymg a visit from Mullins, Will lections. So you that owe me with works too fast certainly is buying some hickhory Mrs. Peck's mother." to regulate tne tax Jaw, carried ford route. and lf it is. it ia rj,r. Thompson, Charles L. Davis, know it, and it will save you mon- they Think with. 'Isn't the statement correct,'' nuts. This number of bushels but by a much less majority. tainlv some road. It looks lii Richard and Earl Cox. Delicious ey to settle now. Slim Pickens and a man from required three cars to ship them in. asked the editor. T. T. NICELEY, F. L. Thompson is now travel- Lincoln is almost compelled to apples and candy were served. the Calf Ribs neighborhood en' Oh, she 'is visitjng us all right Anderson News. Ex-S- . R. C. gaged in a shooting affray Mon-o- f connect up and bring the srme The Judges were Mrs Cleo Brown ingfor the Wholesale Grocery enough, admitted Mr. Peck, and -House ot Altcheller & Co., 829 kind of a splendid road on into Mrs. Jim West, Mrs. C. C. this week. The man seemed School .0 Law. I daresay my wife is enjoy :nj it, West Main Street, Louisville, the Stanford. When the time comes Mrs. W. G. McBee. to have been the aggressor and FOR FLETCHER'S lilHiUWttHim but yon can leave me eut of it. leading farm iu tho city. Good that the trip from Middlesboro Prizes were awarded to Miss shot at Slim three timeo, but Slim OQSIPLETD TWO YEAR COURSE, quick tQ touisvil e can be made If you put any mere sarcastic rer prices, good treatment, vm roDcnflOct. 0Ver Christine Davis and Mr. Charles Anil tnrm- Jftn.fi. Prenrefl for 3. Sec- had ptesenceof mind to turn side-wid- e bars In shipments. Satisfaction guaran sucb a r0ad as Boone Way of Thomoson. marks like lhat in your paper I'll Utat. AecesctoUeonrtf audi Urgs ... a.tr kaln lll.an 1S.1ln when the shots begin com teed. Hold your orders for me. FLETCHER'S FOR parfce. For stop my subscription. Garrard is, then traveling will be New line of Neckwear for young nallySSiuSmfSSSiSSStSm his way. Bear Wallow Items. Your friend, i ing 1TrinrfiMninTn'i a pleasure and life worth living. F. U Thompson. men on display at Fish's. -- ! HWll iwnmww, --. nati. Wanted: A is it worn by young men and young old men is here ready for you. Get in now. it D"!J0?' ' 396 n FT SPECIALS GL TT'Qf 10. 15. don't SPECIALS Xangdon News in You'll dy We Ii-i2-- Hats, worn Come and See What a Little Cash Will Do. I THE CASH STORE i I 11-1- 1 I The SMITHSONIAN I d. -- TCT ft TtrussI x to-uiak- I CVv 9 1 I V rc-buil- d. - -- gpjl's lPJlii:i' I The ''Smithsonian Truss " e- '. Fitted and Sold DAVIS CHAS, dis-eitdin- g Mc-Kenzi- I - Wil-liams'a- nd Jf fernn - KM -l- Children Cry I .11 CASTORIA Cliilclreii Cry CASTORIA. J&: ''"'" S -- ' ' ." " rimi uiir .triSWfeijm rfTTTTi nmti' nr7,'tVTii3riM'ii AfiOUNTHWbRLD. tfittrmVrMUmmfiimmmdki&aas&& -- Tuiii i trrnsi rTTirrrjapMi-"-- " a" run ami J6 ! ; THEfP'AMMA-PACIF.- C INTERNATIONALUVIATION RACE I MfiHRgS THK---.r- j.;;;; " 5 ?3:(5S?S4' ,V?.iy v. v.v iif:-- : H COL COYNl TALKS OF OWN CONDITION Prominent Louisville Contractor Says He Was Improved by Tanlac. L . ! lC- - ' ' Exposition Company. 1914. by Panama Pacific International May, 1915, the Panama-Pacifi- c International exposition at San Francisco will be the gathering place of the In most expert aeronauts from all the civilized nations of the globe, when the start is made of the great aerial for a prize of $300,000, the largest sum ever offered for any single sporting event in history. Every de Bcrlption of motor-drive- n air craft will participate lu this stupendous around the globe. The race will represent the climax of all the world's aeronautical activities and will stand for all time as an Immortal epic of human daring, human ingenuity, and the marvelous epitome of the progress of mankind. It will be the supreme adventure of our day. As an achievement, it will mark a historic cycle that will compare with the crossing of the Atlantic by Columbus and the circumnavigation of the world by the fleet of Magellan in 1522. Aviators have long aeroplane tours. discussed the project of Copyrlg-ht. race-aroun- d the-worl- d loop-the-loo- p round-the-worl- d COLOSSAL GROUP OF STATUARY FOR VAST EXPOSITION COURT "NATIONS OF THE EAST." Copyright. 1914. by P.inama Pacific International c Exposition Company. This photograph shows the enlarged figures for the colossal group, "Nations of the East," to crown the Arch of International exposition at San Francisco In 1915. With the exception of the the Rising Sun at the Panama-Pacifielephant and the camel on the left all the figures are completed. The elephant, however, will be surmounted by a bowdah and the camel by a rider. The group in Its entirety is the conception of A. Stirling Calder, with whom Frederick G. R. Roth and Leo Lentelli The huge elephant in the center of the group was modeled by Mr. Roth, who also modeled the camels. The mounted horsemen were modeled by Leo Lentelli. From left to right th figures are: Arab "Warrior, negro servitor bearing baskets of fruit, camel and rider, falconer, elephant, representing India; Buddhist lama, bearing emblem of authority; camel and rider, negro servitor, Mongolian warrior. WORLD'S FIRST INDOOR AEROPLANE FLIGHT. 1914, ty Panama Pacific Internatloral Exposition Company. The first time an aeroplane ever flew Inside a building was when Lincoln Beachey, the famous aviator, flew in the huge Palace of Machinery on the grounds of the Panama-Pacifi- c International exposition to open in San Francisco on February 20, 1915. The Palace of Machinery is almost 1,000 feet long and 136 feet high. Beachey passed from one end to the other of the building, flying for more than 200 feet and at height of 60 feet. The most remarkable feature of the flight was that be had to steer a straight course, down the center aisle, which is 75 feet in width, Copyright. Louisville Ky., Nov. 11, 1915. Col. Joseph Coyne, one of the bst known General contractors The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in the South and builder of many In tise lor over SO years, has borne the sitmatnre of and has been made Tinder his miles of hard surfaced streetsjand sonal supervision since its infancy. roads in around Louisville, who 7Ccc&C46. Allow no one to deceive you in this. ' are hut iesidesat438 South Fourth Stree, All Counterfeits, Imitations and ' Just-as-goexperiments that trifle with and. endanger the health of this city, has added his words of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment oommendation to those of thous-aad- s of others. Praising Tanlac he said: Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare"My kidneys have annoyed me goric, Drops and Soothing- Syrups.-- v It is pleasant. It for a number of years. I suffered contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic great pain as a result. I alsojsuff-ere- d substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys "vV"onnst and allays Feverishness. For more than thirty years it periodically from rheumabas been in constant use for the relief of Constipation. tism, the condition affecting vaFlatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, rious parts of my body. I walked assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. with great difficul y and could The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend, not use my hands naturally. I suffered from a pain in the ball GENUINE ALWAYS of my foot fully ten years. That pain has disappeared. Bears the Signature of and Sunday with her brother, 'My Kidneys are greatly im proved and my rheumatism has George Niceley. Mrs. Charles disappeared. My Carmical and daughter spent Fristrength has returned and my ap- day with her brother J. B. Cumpetite and sleep have improved mins, at Mt. Vernon Mrs. James I feel vigorous .and healthy, and Niceley spent Tuesday "with her attribute the change to the use of sister, Mrs. George Barnes. The Tanlac only. This medicine is al- protracted meeting that was to Years In Use For Over right, I reccommend and com- have commenced at Hopewell last Saturday was postponed on acmend it." Tanlac the premier preparation, count of Revs Phelps and Clifford is on sale in Mt. Vernon, at the not coming to assist Rev. Barnes. This has been the prettiest fall Drugstore of Chas. C. Davis, and can also be obtained at the Central for several years and we see no Drug Co. , Livingston, and Johff reason why people should not be Robins' Drug Brodhead, Ky. up to time with their work. Mrs. Frank Kirby and ohirlie, the to Keep BEST COUGH MEDICINE FOR eight year old son ot Rev. and CHILDREN M .. Charles CarmicaL, are among Constantly Befcre ' 'Three yoars ago when I was the sick. living in Pittsburg one of my children had a hard cold and DESPONDENCY DUE TO INcaughed dreadfully. Upon the DIGESTION M advice of a druggipt I purchased You Your not atal surprising that It is v a bottle of ohamberlain's Cough persons who have indigestion beRemedy and it beneStted him at once. I find it the best cough come discouraged and despondmedicine for children because it ent. Here are a few words of is pleasant to take. They do not hope and cheer for them by Care Is Prepared Bowers, Indiuna, Penn., ob?ect to taking it," writes Mrs. "For years my digestion was Lafayette Tuck, Homer City, Pa. so poos that I could only eat the This remedy contains no opium lightest foods. I tried every or other narcotics, and may be thing that I heard of to get reiiel, " JJJJJJJJ 15 fc55 15 cct given to a child as confidently as but not nntil about a year ago to an adult. Sold by all dealers. when I saw Chamberlain's Tablets advertise and and got a bottle of them did I find the right treatment. Soon began to improve, and since taking a few bottles of One good farm in Rockcastle & them my digestion is fine." For l and another tract of 350 acres of sale by all dealers. 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 BBSS. the above described land. This & mi 0 mill is also for sale at a big barm gg. 00-gain. (LiSAJ'A The above mentioned farm consists of 1 15 acres, 25 acres in cultivation, has two houses and two j barnes, 250 young fruit trees, UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER i good well and plenty of stock water. There are about 4o acres Our natiou is composed of a luxury-lovinof this land which can be cultivatpeople, careless of cost and ed with any kind of machinerv. reckless of expenditure, with the lack Good wire fence around most of of realisation what wise economy the land. This land is located on means. Sand hill, seven miles South of If that be so, let us endeavor to Mt. Vernon. If sold at once will mold our habits at. d desires as widom go at a bargain. dictates, and prepare for future emerThe wild lands above mentioned gencies and opportunities and open an are located on Long branch, near account NOW in Livingston, h.y. This land will Mount Vernon Monumental be sold at a bargain, and when I say bargain, I mean just what I of Vernon say. If you are interested ask the MT. VERNON, KY. price, you will be as'tonished when of and you learn how cheap this land can 'VlDEALER in Marbles ana be bought. There is enough tor Monuments of all two good farms and will be divid Granite Estimates furnished m m OOO ed if desired. For further infor- kinds. mation address on application. " 'z$$JaMtu R.L. McFERRON, GEO. OWENS Propr. Mt. Vernon, Ky. od Mrs. Wm. NicMleV has returned after spfending two weeks with her daughter Mrs. Mary Hacper, at Splro. Born to the wife of Robert Marler November 6th, a girl. Rev. Carmical is holding a meeting at Sinking valley. The new county road that was surveyed several months ago thru this section, has been worked and will soon be opened for travel. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor of this place, spent Saturday and Sunday with Mi. and Mrs. Rowe near Mt Vernon. Died, Oct. 28, Miss Ola Robbins, aged nineteen, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Robbins. She had been sick for more than two months. The remains were laid to rest at the Pitman burying ground. Mrs. Charles Carnrcal, while making apple butter, lust her and fell on the stove landing with one hand in the apple butter, receiving a very painful burn Mrs- - Wm. Barnes Spent Saturday home bal-lan- ce Children Cry for Fletcher's IS0B3H What is CASTORIA - CASTORIA virtually 2L&& The End You Have Always Bought 30 This Bank Wishes : titeis1t business For It. 'I Mrs-Alanc- he And To 555 JJJ I FOR SALE Peoples Bank g Mt Vernon Kentucky J. CMcCLARY EMlf mm 000 tt Tis Said g The Bank Mt. Manufacturers asm KHrii mm &ya$3&'3 $d3dc& .CASTOR Aoqacxseacgeac A PINE WHOOPING COUGH Children FLETCHERS FOR Op Pone 112 '.C. Williama, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, COULD SCARCELY JONAS McKENZIE 'vxajxSk THE OLD RELIABLE scifccafcx: &Ggyc&x&xsgxx torap:3fcdbc-- . , A Merchandise PQQPCJ$PQ J. vrt good line of General .. ." . :SiDxxix:Kx REMEDY. Mothers, Dr. Bell's Pine Tar 'and Honey is just the remedy , for your children's cold ailments The fact is that pine is a quiclf enemy of cold conditions. Its qualities loosens the mucus in the ttiroat, soothes the lungs and op en up the air passages. The com bination of honey, soothing ano pleasant with the loosening pine quality maken this an ideal cough remedy for children. Each pa?s ing year briugs for it new friends. A lamilyqt.growing chijdren can not anorsno oe wunout it. 25c bottle. Treat Children's Colds Externally Don't doss delicate little stomachs vdfk harmful internal medicines. Vick's Salve, applied externally, relieves by inhalation as a vapor and by absorption through the skin. Vick's can be used freely with perfect safety on the youngest member of the family. 25c, 60c, or $1.00. "Vap-O-Bub" KY. OFFICE.- On 2nd. floor fo The Bank of Mt. Vernon, on Church street. Special attention given -- MT. VERNON. WALK ABOUT AJ Fr llrce Swurs cut Wm Aiy Mrs. Vi to collections. Phone No. 80. xa&X 3KxuC&X UiaUe U Attemd U Her Hoisewwk. believe 1 would have died If I badn'fl taken it After I began taking Cardui, I was: greatly helped, and all three bottles relieved me entirely. JOS.0JMUINE HAS THIS TRADE MARX. P H Conover Dentist MT. VERNON, KY 49-S. "V ) ( YKK5JJMSALVE REMARKABLE CORE OF $ Phone 3lC$&3t(3eDiC3lCX3C rt ..- -. .. " " Farm Implements $&C&33 pc$pic t$3cyc3 CROUP. "Last winter when my llttle'boy Consen&foiy had croup 1 got him a bottle of "hamberlain's Cough Remedy I honestly believe it saved his life," writes Mrs 3. B. Cook, An exclasiro music September 7th. Com Tndlanar Pa.. "It cut the phlegm pie te courses: a PUno.Volee. Violin. Orrtn.'Ccllo. Publlt coughing spells. uid relieved-hi- s School Music Theory. Hr, mony. Lanurs. classes li I am wqst grateful for what this History of lluslc. Kusembl PIsytag and Sight Readier remedy has done for him." For ujued. Artist ami stiuleot recital ad lil? ................ f,r, iui, .mi, r, rorcatamnrantaret. sale by all dealers.- - . euarfM, UHlUik CMttntitrr f Kiflc, C40lt, UiUTl.lt, KT. Loimnlk KMusic BETHURUM& LEWIS Attorneys at Law -- I fattened up, and grew so much Pleasant Hill, N. C "I suffered for stronger in three months, I felt like an three summers," writes Airs. Walter other person altogether." Vincent, of this town, "and the third and Cardui is purely vegetable and gentle- last time, was my worst acting. Its ingredients have a mild, toak I had dreadful nervous headaches and effect, on the womanly constitution. prostration, and was scarcely able to Cardui makes for increased strength, walk about Could not do any of my improves the appetite, tones up the nerhousework. I also had dreadful pains in my back vous system, and helps to make pale. Offices V in Bethurum . Bldg. m school-Ope- ill iln C virts ChWdrn cry- - CASfdRIA F0R FLETOHER'S and sides and when one of those weak, sinking spells would come on me, 1 would have to give up and lie down, until it wore off. I was certainly ia a dreadful state of health, when' I finally decided to try Catdui. the womaa's toaic, aad 1 firmly sallow cheeks, fresh and rosy. Cardui has helped more than a raflUoa. weak women, during the past 50 years It will surely do for you, what it bar done for them. Try Cardui today. . 1 . Wrilg In' Oltlnunr. M.t4LH,.. t -- .u . . . vlsoty Dept.. Quttanooca. Te nn.. for Special AT " itructiims 00 your case and book. "Hea. je r V fSJJ