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Mount Vernon signal: December 3, 1915 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1915 mou1915120301_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: December 3, 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. Mr i Friday VOLUiME XXIX . 311 u mii mTOililf MT. VERNON, MEsH Established 1887 kaHMMnaaMHMiBBanMHBnuHiHMi DECEMBER 3. 1915 NUMBER 12 ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, K .. iRlDAV, Butner, accompanied her home, returning to Stanford, Sanday. W. H. Brown, of Louisville, was here during the week, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Tacob Elder. Elder D. G. Combs, of Mt. Sterl- Announcin ing, held regular services at the Christian church here Saturday Don't forget to see "Farm Folks" at the bank hall next Thursday evening This is a splendid pirj-anthe proceeds and Sunday. & Shipment of will be used for school purooSes. Everybody should attend as the admission price paid is only a small donation to a noble cause December 9th is the date, the price of admission is ouly 15 and 25 cents. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Hiatt, of Quail, were. here Wednesday with Cashier and Mrs. A. M. Hiatt. Mrs. Ruth Brown, of this place, attended the bur ial of Mrs. Oma Proctor at Stan ford, Wednesday, Mr. and Mrs. John D. Pike were in Louisville last week shopping. Spec ial music will be given by Mrs. W. F, Carter, R. H. Hicks and C. A. Wheeldon next Thursday even ing between acts of "Farm Folks." The music alone will be worth the price of admission. Don't fail to attend, The carpon ter- work is done on the new depot, the painting is done, and when the plumbers complete their Work, Brocihead can boast of having as good depot facilities as other towns of this size. There is strong talk of an electric light plant, and we have some hone of getting it in the near tut a re. - Bischof Coats AND JW7S0. ive. 1,205; Clark, Socialist, 3 373. Logan's plurality, 4,723. For Clerk Court of Appeals Democrat, Keenon, 211,247; Huntsman, Republican, 206,918; The exact official vote in the State races, with the exception of Hardy Socialist, 3,181. Keenon's the Secretary of State's contest, plurality, 4,331. For Superintendent of Public which is held up by court proceed , Democrat, ings, was announced by the State Instruction-Gilbert210, 852f Green, Republican, 2o3,-55Board of Election Commissioners Nance, Socialist. 3, 18:; Gragg this week asfsllowsy' ' Stanley's official plu Prohibitionist, 2,744. Gilbert's rality is 4?1. Black's plurality is plurality, 2.800. 8,728. Green won by 4,go8. For Commissioner of AgricuGoodpaster got by with 4,301 to ltureCohen, Democrat, 212,461; spare- - Logan got 4,723. plurality Hanna. Republican. 206,598; Shep-ard- , Keenon won by 4,33!. Gilbert Socialist. 3,213. Cohen's plugot only 2,800. Cohen ran up a rality. 5,863. plurality of 5,863. In the race lor Secretary of The official vote follows: State Mrs. Frances E. Buchamp. For Governor Stanley, Demo- Prohibitionist, 3,118 received crat, 219,991; Morrow, Republican votes; Reynolds, Progressive, 219.521; Picket. Prohibitionist, 1,355 votes, and Grigsbv, Social4,20i; Dexler, Progressive, l,37i; ists, 3.364 votes. Dobbs Socialist, 3,307; Stanley's Exact Vote In State Races. ?; plurality 471. For Lieutenant Suits A A grand array that includes among its m ArS T ! SICK HEADACHE Sick headache is nearly always Black, Democrat, 215, 855; Walker, Republican, 207,127; Demaree, caused by disorders of the stom-achCorrect them and the peProhibitionist, 3,080; Eskridge, riodic attacks ot sick headache will Progressive, 1,131; Gamble, Sodisappear. Mrs. John Bishop, of cialist, 3,268. Black's plurality Rosevllle. Ohio, writes: "About a Governoi 8,728. e. regiment of new coats and suits has just marched into our store! well ordered and complete ranks every whim of fashion for fall and winter. In the range of styles and general magnitude, this display will far surpass anything we have ever had. You'll keenly enjoy seeing the uew materials. And the styles Pocketed skirts, pocketed coats, mili! taiy touches, jaunty styles plain tailored modes, convertible rollars but w couldn't name half of the new touches! . For Auditor Green, Democrat, 212,307; Weber, Republican, 207,-39- q; Moore, Prohibitionist, 3,018; Holtaclaw, Progressive, 1,099; Boswell, Socialist, 3,233, Greene's plurality 4,903" For Attorney General Logan, Democrat, 211,290; McGregor, Republican, 206,567; Cole, Progress- saw vear ago I was troubled with indigestion and had sick headacne s that lasted for two or three da-at a time. I doctored and tried a number of remedies but nothing helped me until during one ot those sick spalls a friend advised me to take Chamberlain's Tablets. This medicine relieved me in a short time." For sale by all dealers. ?!!!! : s::. semi-Norlol- K most inexpensive garment. You'll marvel too, at the genius that in getting so much style and such good ideas into garment- - of sue-ceede- d their perfect tailoriug on even the a" a" as. 9o9a ;?.: :t:::,?::::::tt:jij:?jt::t's:::t,':t,::t::tti::::::::i:t::t:t:t c (ttl :::: Va heavy materials. BAKER'S MT. VERNON "a -- KENTUCKY a a a a a a There's not an unattractive coat or suit in the whole lot. Bischof garments are noted especially for their itdivi their cifver touches, You don't want to miss this fashion display. Come early and stay as long as you like there are so man' things to see and admire that an hour slips by before you know tt. ( Ifjm 4.J REMARKABLE $10.00, $12.50, $15 00, LOW PRICES. $18.50, We $25.00 Greatest SsLle Beg $16.75, To Advise That We Have Bought $20.00, SUTTON & MCREE OSSS At a Discount Much Below Cost A Great Lot of Merchandise consisting of Men's and FOR CASH LoiViMGrsleM S. C. Franklin, the Mt. Vernon jeweler, was here Wednesday. MrTHerd. of Hamilton, Ohio, is visiting his son, Ed Herd. J. L. Hughes went to Pittsburg Wed- 11. nesday visiting relatives Mr. G. T. Calloway visited and Mrs. relatives at Paris latter part of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Reynolds have returned from a visit with relatives at Conway. Bill Higgins, who has been in Paris for a few days has returned borne. Roscoe Gregory was called to Paris to work as operator for a few days. The show has come and gone and, we undeistand it never made a fortune while here. Hobert Griffin will move into the Krueger property on Mam Street. Mrs. W. R. Ward is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Will Brady, at Lebanon Junction. Mrs. Will Brady has returned home at Leb anon Junction after a few days visit with relatives hire. Mrs. Earl Rice has returned to jnpnrJnnctipn after a few days visit witnrglativesb,ere. Wade Graves the telephone man, was here Sunday. Rev. Jones, of Lon don, tilled his regular appoint-- ' beeu visiting relatives here for a Miss Annie Baker visited relatives here Tuesday and Wednesday. Charley Mullins, the Mullins Station salesman, was shaking hands with ouiv merchants Saturday. A. C. Carpenter and W. N. Riggs are attend ing court at London this week as Federal jurors. C. J. Rice had the misfortune vo have his ankle very badly sprained a lew days ago. Mrs. C. A. Blanford and Mrs. A. W. Bourne are visiting relatives in Parks ville. Miss Ethel Hayes is visiting her brother, Ed Hayes, in Cincinnati, Winter, with all its fury, is here after one of the most beautiful autumns on record. Our town seems to be on a boom. We sure have one of the best towns in the United States anyway. few days. he gave the writer to understand that he was going to dig up the hatchet that has been buried so long. Now, Mr. Maret, while we prefer peace to war at any cost, yet we are ready to resist anything that mav come up, and a word to the wise is sufficient. If the above mentioned gentleman wishes to cross swords with us again we will promise in the out set to give him the best in oui shop. He had better secure the' assistance of our old friend, S. C. Franklin, to play second fiddle. Now, Mr. Maret, we have warned you in advance and our wrath will never cease as long as we are able to push a pencil. 1 3rGlhBsLGl Mary May Latham aud Ada Walton were the guests ot Miss Mae Cummins last week. Miss Margarite Tharp, ot Junction City, was visiting relatives here from Friday until the first of the week. Harrison Tyree iled suddenly Thursday of last week. Wm. Mullins, of Mt. Ver non, was heie last Friday talking insurance Misses Joe Davis, and Mary Langford, of Mt. Vernon, were guests of Mrs. Walter Robg ins last week. Earl Tharp in Mobile, Ala. Clce arooks and .Nannie Hilton were married Thursday of last week. Ben V. Riddle purchased a house and lot from Marshall Smith the first of the week for $500.00. Mr. Riddle moved his family to this property Wednesday, and Mr. Smith moved to the J. M. Adams property vacated by Mr. Riddle W. P. Rigsby, of Preachers-viile- , was here, on business last Saturday. Miss Mae Cummins was in Mt. Vernon between trains, Saturday. Mrs. Ed Sturgeon, of Louisville, is the guest 'of her mother, MrsY Mary Johnson.- - Mr. md Mrs, WalHI" Miller, of Leba- -- lonJunction, were here between TkJTiSSES istele-grahpin- Boy's Suits, Men's, Women's and Childrenfs Shoes and Slippers, Dry Goods, Ladies', Misses and Childrens House Dresses, &c &c And We Have Added Thereto Voluinns 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 will make new Low Records, and no Live Money Saver can afford to miss this opportunity STORE WILL BE Brim Full of Bargains EVERYTHING SOLD trips Cleo McCluie is making weekly to Mt. Vernon, and strange to say it always occurs on Sunday. Look out Cleo, we will find out. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mullins have returned from- - a few days' visit with relatives to Maysville, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Terry were in Corbin,. Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Baker, of Mt. Vernon were hei'e latter part of last week visitingrelatives. Miss Ella Mae Blanford is spendingaTTer days in Knoxville this week with relameut at the Baptist church Satur tives. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Carday and Sunday. J. .F. Dees is penter were called to Greenville, attending Federal court at London Ala., Tuesday, on account of the as a juror. Prot. Wilson has re- death of Mr. Carpenter's brother. turned from a few davs visit with Mr. James Maret, of Mt. Ver-tiorelatives at Lebanon Junction. -the Boone Way Booster, was W. B. Rice has gone to Paris here between trains Saturday, where he has a position as brake-ma- en route home from Lexington, Mrs. J. E. Thompson and where he had been to meet a eood children, of Ml Vernon, have roads committee. While . here n, n. f-- m& "l 'Vr ; WAR UPON PAIN Paid is a visitor to every home and usually it comes quite But you are prepared for every emergency if you keep a small bottle of Sloan's Lineament handy. It is the greatest pain killer ever discovered. Sim ply laid on the skin no rubbing required it drives the paiu away It is really wonderful. Merviu H. H. Soister, Berkeley, Cal. writes: "Last Saturday after tramping around the Panama Exposition with wet ffPt. T came home with my necis so ,stiff that! couldn't turn. I applied oioane s Lineament freely anr .went to bed. To my surp.-is-. next morning had a most disappeared, four hours af .. ferlthe second application I was rains MoaayTbe-RevAJv. Pike filled his regular appointas good as new." March 1915. At Druggists. 25c, ment vohh thpi North "Rollins T?rrl. Baptist church, near Gravel Switch, last Saturday and SunJ day. Miss Annie Cass returned V . Jn, Infanti and GkiUram. fronu a few daV visit Thursday Tbe Rki Ym Km Always Bwekt of last week to her. sister,-- Mrs.-Lest'' B; ..'Hilton, in ; Stanford,: Bears the s ::::' , Mrs. Hilton, and little son, James 'Signature of nnex-peciedl- y. tha-stiffne- AT A SACRIFICE each it would take this entire paper, were we to name item we have to offer you, so we must content ourselves by saying, "COME AND SEE' Don't Fail to see Our Big Stock of Clothing new and Priee at nearly One-ha-lf SHOES and SLIPPERS, at eLss than Cost to make up Carpets and Matting Druggets and Rugs for less up-to-d- ate Ourx Motto: "SELL IT FOR LESS" I -- WH1 a CASTOR A MT. VERNON KENTUCKY --- BAKER'S -- er &&&&& 1 1-- i 2 22 22 22 2Vf 222 22222225SS5"V . .;:fzzx:u::::!::!::': ..ij: X'i-- '. rrit-i- i !!.;:: t !S TVJ . OmZB MI. VERNON SIGNAL '- - Master Robert Fish, tin-- vnnti? ROCKPAST LE COUNTY .. 8ffliMM..,,. Mfft Ir. uri.l A.-OlVI.J LKAGtlE! est son - o JfLHLetteL IIL to Fish, cerltlirily made a redoKI a il. Friday, Dec. 3, 19 15 Evejy. paffcof the county heard one. of the Boy corn grafters, ,,j" ,.i" On Wednesday November 17 Mrs. Kolley, of. Louisville, says from feels the need and is ready which is to be envied and which Pxblhhtd every Friday by a.School fair was held at the John-ett- a TmVlac is All that Helped' Her touppdrfc the Civic League. it is to be hoped will serve as a S. ALBRIGHT. GAF This is gratifying to those whd stimulus to other bovs school house, and the followto do have tjhe future of the Ro6kdastle something next year was carried out: Louisv lie, Ky., Dec. 2, 1915. ing programe Besides . -- T4mau1.!. A f7 ; $I.O 1. Devotioaal Exorcises, 'to ( Mrs. Gei; Kelley, residing'at 109 L.mct wwsBiisuip, ana society in getting the free trip to the State UBSCRtPTION OHB YEAR mmMfa32lLi&i4ll S. Overbey. damson Avonue, Louisville, general at heart, bu t it is more fafr as the Renrnrariv ( Pnni- Myflnwiawwar. Advertising rales maae know 11 2. Speeph "Compulsory Educa- me"de the Following statement re- gratifying to know that the move castle couuty on his corn, heJias. ment is not provincial. A senti- - just been awarded VV. Lee garding Tanlac. tion," J. application six other prizes. "I nave been nndere the pbvsi Ituent for civic betterment is be- - The prizes were offered by the 8. Song, by the School. SJBlSS&Jt Improve- cian s care eleven years. I suff- coming widespread. We are be- Agricultural Station at Berea, 4. Lecture "Better ered principally from indigestion ginning to change the emphasis Prof. Robert Spence, the head.and ments of Life," f EJIBER OF tiobert F. Spence und stovnache trouble, with fre- from, the legislative to the execu- Berea College. The prizes are as KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION 0. Free dinner, and plenty of it. quent nervous headaohes and felt tive. Good laws are not an end follows: For the best ten (10) in themselves, but a means to an ears and best one ear of corn, 6. After dinner exhibits of the worn out all the time. he for the many pounds light- end. Every means succeeds or received "first one five tooth cultifollowing: "I weighed JEddie Chasteen, blue nbbonon er than usual when I began tak- fails in the accomplishment of vator, two one dollar each ft six best ears of corn,, Mpssie Ab ing Tanlac. Alter usjng tanlac he purpose for which it was in- prizes in cash, ine 25 cent prize, SPK(;iL H Dili I) FAKKS VIA ney, secoud"besET several tended to the extent .that it is one blue ribbon and one of the , .three weeks,Jjiji-weigi- i But, he orlzes, is the incidental fees to the Anna Ahney, blue ribbon, on pounds more than 1 ever weighed. applied or with-hel6 best ears of'popcorn. In fact, I have gained rapidly in who admits this principle must winter term ol Berea, College ROUTES The reason why some towns Alossie Abney, blue ribhon on every wny in a comparatively also admit the t the goid citizen This is certainly a splendid rec grow is because there are men of has positive value to society only ord and Robert feel expush and enargy in them who are 6 best Irish potatoes. Foister short time. icKets an oaie 10, &o "Tanlac is really the only thfng When he is willing to apply his ceedingly proud of the result of to spend their time and Chasteen blue ribbon on 6 best not afraid Good Returning 10 citizen ship as a means to make his efforts. Every farmer boy in original startins: point before Midnight. 1 Mossie Abney, that has actually helped me. I mone to boom their town. They sweet potatoes. January lutn. lyio. Ask any Ticket Agent for Particulars to reoomme'id its use to ev society what according to his Rockcastle ought to be encourag erect good buildings, organize blue ribbon on the best woodwork wish WA BKOkEK, General Passe.iger Aent . iN standard, it should be. If the ed by this splendid record of Robstock companies and establish fac M'nnie Ballinger, blue ribbon on ery suffering woman." Tanlac, the premier preparation good citizens of Rockcastle will ert Fish, to make a record asjgood tories. secure railroads, work for most fancy apron, Louvenia Ball public improvements, and use inger, second. Anna Abney blue is now obtainable in Mt. Vernon, fulfil the moral obligation that ev- and if possible go a little bejtter. every means in their power to in ribbon on best calico apron, with at Chas. C Davis' Drug Store and er man who thinks consistently Competition on the farm has its duce people to locate in their city, Rosa Jones, fecond. Allie Leger, can also be obtainod at Livingston must admit, the parasite who effect just the same as in busiWherever they go they tell of the Dlue ribbon on best duct cap, at the Central Drug Co., and at ispires to occupy our county of- ness, and more of a competitive among our grown up advantages of their city, they Florida Robinson, second. Luve-ni- a John Robins' Drug Store, Brod fices, with the intention ot mak spirit ing a mockery ot hia sacred obli- farmers as well as our boys is Ballinger, blue ribbon on best head, Ky. write, about them in every letter, gation as an official will soon badly needed in Rockcastle. It they send circulars and newspap center piece. Minnie Ballinger, read the "Hand Writing on the means greater effort, more study, Langdon ers to all whom they think thej blue ribbou on best machine covWall!"' And better than this, can get to visit their city, and er. Laura Ballinger, blue ribbon There will be a Mothers' Meet the man who would accept the closer application, more and long er days work and better crops as when anyone visits them treats on best stand cover, with Nor? ing at Langdon School Thursda official position and execute his final result. him so kindly that he falls in love Childress second. Minnie Abney afternoon, December ninth, at duties conscientiously will feel blue ribbon on best child made with them and the'r city at once p. m. that he has back of him aamstitu It is enterprise and everyone pull- - dress. Dena Allen, blue ribbon Rev. McKennon, formerly of ency that will uphold his hands. FOR FLETCHER'S -- Jng together that makes a pro- on best made doll dress, with Sal- - West Virginia, will preach at tht majority of men relish good, Thi Rocurastle Civic League lie Childress second. Anna Ab gressive town- and don't let the Presbvterian church Sunday, will meet at the court house on ney blue ribbon on best dressed fact escape your memory. fresh, bread and miss keenly December twelfth. He will be a Friday night at seven o'clock To bear every peron saying doll, with Florida Robinson sec-ou- guest at the school. when compelled to eat ordinary bread. Susie GaJJ, blue ribbon on something pleasant about its peoMr. and Mrs. A. B. Furnish St Louis is to contest to de- - One good farm in Rockcastle pair of home knit sox. W ple and it3 interest is the surest, best were entertained at dinner Tues- cermine what telephone operator nd another Complete confidence comes to tract of 350 acres of quickest and easiest way to m ake J. Ballinger, first and secoud or day evening. aas the sweetest voice over the wild laud, which will be sold at a a town attractive to a stranger. best apples. Lucy Ballinger, blue woman.who uses the Morning vire'ahd can advise the commun- - bargain. There is enough timber One of the best ways in which to ribbon on best pair home - knit Graded School Items. c'ant that the "line is busy" on the land to pay for it. I also Flour in her bakings, confidence when Laura Ballinger, blue make a town attractive with that gloves. without suggesting the possibility have a good sawmill located near she buys, for every sack is guaranteed sort of attraction that will draw ribbon on best crochet piece. Su The Star Roll for the 4hird jfariot. ,'That's very well, we the above described land. This to it is for every mar sie Gadd, blue ribbon on best other people to give satisfaction, confideuce when she hakes presume, but why not lettl e hello mill is also for sale month of school is as follows: at a big barand every woman to have a pleas home made basket. Ollie Leger Maggie Jones, for Morning Star Flour never g'es wrong, ut. Ida Hamlin, Rose jirls have q, contest to deturmine gain. for the people and the blue ribbon ,on the best map ot Gentry, Claud ant word goes further than usual floui b making more Harper, Clan vho is the darnedest fool in town The above mentioned farm con Talk up your Africa, with Anna Abney second. town generally. loaves to the sack, causes the least care in the n regard to using the other end Traub and Lillian Griffin. .ists of 1 15 acres, 25 acres in cult -town if you would have it do well Rosa Jones, blue ribbon on the mixing, and kneading, and produces the moat Those on the Honor Roll art )f the wire? One of the most dis vation, has two houses and two Talk up your town if you would best map of South America, with Mary Langford, Ella Mae McKen- - justing satis! yiug bread, light, sweet, snowy white loaves nuissances is the man or barnes, 250 young fruit trees, Emma ' zip. Rlifh TnflVtriim Vprna X7olnh .voman who have others come to you. Talk Anna Abney, second. with crusts delicious and tender, and there i.-squalls over the wire good well and plenty of stock up your town if you would feel an Smith, blue ribbon on best mat Sydney Crawford, least waste from stale ends and dry crusts, for Ruth Litton, it the telephone girl and is abrupt interest in it, and have the people on exhibit, with Arthur Abne Will Thompson, Annette Cox, n asking number. It is not un- - water. There are about 4o .acres bread made from Morning JStnrFloar k. eps fresh of this land which can be cultivatSallie Childress, blue feel an interest in you. There if second. longer than other. It permits ot baking m. re Everett Bryant, Edna Davis, Ber- isual to see'som fool grab the ed with any kind of machinerv. no better way to do it. And ribbon on the best drawn maple loaves at a time and less often, thereby saving in tha DeBord, Nora Orton, Hazel receiver and' talk to the operator Good wire fence around most of many a time one little word of un- leaf, with Minnie Jones second. work, fuel and care. Parrett, John Carmical, Nellit like he was driving a mule or yoke r,he, lrtndr- 'Fhis land is located or. pleasant reference to something Tennessee White, blue ribbon on Cox, Ella Mae Sowder, Until yon have tried Morning Star Flour ou Katherint of oxen. A gentleman will act that does not exactly suit you and best drawn cucumber leaf, Mamie A'elch, Rissie Gentry, William the gentleman uuder a'l condi Sand hill, seven miles South ol will never know a perfect flour Mt. Vernon. If sold at once wili not particularly concern you as to Abney, second. Landruru, Grace Bryant, Stephen tions, aud if" there is any place go at a bargain. Foot Races that matter, will turn a good man's Proctor. Lucille Albright, Carl vhere extra politeness is essenThe wild lands above raentionea Large Boys: Houston Child influeuce away from your town Davis, Marguerite Brvant, John tial it is with dealing with a bunch are located on Long branch, neai and may even drive him awav. ress, first; Will Robinson, second. Albright, Arthur Cooper, Onit f young women who must earn Livingston, h.y. This land wil Large Girls: Allie Leger, first; At your own fireside talk up your Silvers, May me Baker, Edith Ad- cheir livelyhood by working in be sold at a bargain, and when 1 Among your neighbors Rosa Jones, second. town. ams, Christine Davis and Maggie telephone exchanges. Abrupt Ian say bargain,"! mean just what 1 Small Boys: Willie Childress, talk up town. When you come in uage to the telephone girl is al say. If you are interested ask tht Livesay. contact with strangers, talk up first; Johnnie Childress secoud. ways used, byl men who are too price, vou will be astonished when Small Girls: Stella Abney first; the most perfect agency ever set cowardly even to speak harshly you learn how cheap this land can MARETBURG. Hattie Jones, second. in motion for helpingyour town. to a girl when face to face. (Ex he bought. There is enough loi Smallest Boys: Mossie ChasLancaster Record. & Winter has been trying foi wo good farms and will be divid teen, first; Lester Chasteen, sec- some time to make his appear A snake, a liar, a gossip and a cd it desired. For further infor The weekly country paper hsa ond. Bnce, but so far autumn has re- iouu moutned' ouny are among . mation address This was a day of pleasure for fused to retire. There has been the most delectable as definite excuse for being in abominations I R. L. McFERRON, I the world as can be furnished by every one present. Mr. Robert quite a lot of building going on in this world has ever produced ex Mt. Vernon, Ky. Spence and Miss E. K. Corwin, this neighborhood of late. the city dailies. Such a publ.ca Mr. cept the cuss who reads his home Ky tion is not only a business guide, of Berea, spoke at Johnetta tht Emerick has his residence neai paper for five years, and then rey bnt a pulpit of morals; it is a following night on the subject of completion, which will be a credit fuses to pay.(Princeton Leader. fOR FLETCHER'S kind of public rostrum where the "Home Reading." to the workmen employed. We COMPLETE LINE 1 .4w We thank our friends. Mr. think if the pike will come affairs of the State are considered; Winter caps and warm glovts this Coffins, Caskets and RoheSpence and Miss Corwin, it is a snpervisor of streets and excellent teacher, Miss and our way, that Maretburg might be an n Fish's. For Sale: Choice extractec Tabitha Mail, Telegraph or Tele 4? roads; it is a social friend a promo- diatt, for their earnest work at uprising village some day. Miss honey thick, well ripened, deal ' ' - IT PAYS phone orders Promptly ter of friendship and good will Johnetta, Ky. Cleo Dickson, who has been the HELP YOUR LIVERaud delicious flavor. Price 9c ? ' Edited by a just man, such a pub-- i When your liver gets torpid per pound, in 60 pound cans. Fi'led guest of Miss Sibyl Bethurum for cat ion so treats the different sects Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a few days, has returned to her ana your stomacne acts queer, Sample on uquest. Address take Dr. King's New Life Pills 2&30gyt:, -j--. The Mother's Favorite. ;& s&LsC7 that they realize their brotherhome in London. Miss Angie ind you will find yourself feeling J. T. Clemons, hood and become in reality what "I give Chamberlain's Cough Hunt is visiting in Lebanon June better. They purify the biood Morgan, Ky. Remedy to my children when tion. Miss Lucie Hunt, of Crab ive you freedom from constipa- Reference, Farmers Bank, they are pictured in print. The town weekly dare not be Presby- they hatfe colde or coughs," writes Orchard, is visiting the family of tion, billiousness. dizziness and Morgan, Ky. Mrs. terian or Methodist, or Baptist, Pa. Verne Shaffer, Vandergrift, P. Y. Hunt this week. Miss Iva indigestion. You feel fine just It alwavs helps them is like you waut to feel. Clear the L. & N. EXCURSION RATES but it must select the valuable in superior to any other cough and med Hunt, of Red Bud attended prayer complexion too. 25c at druggists each church and thus it becomes a licinel qsve used. I advise any meeting nt Mr. Houk's last night. Round trip to Frankfort 2.90 harmonizer of discord. It binds one in need of such a medicine to Rev. J. C. Soward filled his ap Lost, Strayed or Sto t,en : Dec 6th and 7th, limited Dec. 9th, Our line of Vuch ( anket. MA those whom theology would often give it a trial." For sale by all pointment here Saturday after A sMPjr JL V account Inauguration of Governoi d Jersey heifer is unexcelhi separate. Even the socalled mat- druggists. noon and Sunday evening. He calf, left the pasture of A. T. Fur ot Kentucky, Dec. 7th. Hand-mad- e offius furnish et ters of a village or incorporated will preach here again the second nish, Brodbeadjj.some time in OcSALF FOR TAXES. Round trip to Lexington $2 45 towns are small only to those He; rse aen to all parts t I will on Dec. 6, 1915, betweeu Saturday and Sunday evening in tober. Liberal reward for her Dec 2nd and 3rd, limited Dec 6th whosg hearts, are too full of perA. T. Furnish, e Count. the hours of lo o'cleck a. m. and 3 this month, on his way to and return, account Kentucky Mining Insti sonal interest. (Lancaster RecBrodhead, Ky. o'clock pm., at Livingston, Ky., from Rose Hill. The Maretburg Nov.. 26. 3t 5 tute. ord. All orders by Wire Promptlv Filled offer for sale to the highest and school enjoyed the pleasure of attending the school Rally Day fit IrVhile inspecting the grist mill Beginning Sunday, Nov. 21, Anticipates Morrow Move- best bidder the following de- Red Bub.Jlast Friday peo on Musket Ridge the other dav, 1915, train No 23 will be due at scribed propesty, towit: One ment:- Anticipating the movj)le whe received E Grades for Isaac Hellwanger's hat dropped 11.48 a m. instead of ll39a.m M I . VERNON, KY. m Phone 94-ement of Eleventh district Repub- business house and lot located in last month are as follews: Wm. into the corn hopper, and be ask- and train No 22 will be due 5.07 Livingston, Ky., known as the licans to send Edwin P. Morrow Masonic building, to satisfy taxes Wallen, Mattie Houston, Anna ed that all who arffgoing to use pfm. instead of 5.04 p.m. to Congress next year Caleb Powdue the Liviugston Graded School Houston, Goldie Emerick, Ruby corn bread forthe next few days ers has announced his candidacy year. 1914. against Houk Lora Sams, Thos. Walton, to see if they can 'find any trace of for the Republican congressional district for the Those who entered the bonorroll FOR FLETCHER'S vV. H. KruegerJ are: Mattie and Annie Houston nomination in 1816. Mr. Morrow Fritz. Krueger, M. K. Flour Company, Goldie Emerick,- - Ruby Houk, Lora has given no public intimation and the R. amounting to .$25'. 00 and levied Sams, Lula Wallen, Lina Hall, Carefully Treat H. For Saie: On account d7pooi of his intentions with respect to a ' Anna Emerick',' Henrietta Cum-- . upon as the property of the said H- r Children's Colds health I have decided to sell.mj. seat in Congress, bnt influential Fritz Krueger. W. H. Krueger ,mins. street, neai Restaurant Republicans all over the Eleventh the lungs. In addition, Vick's is absorbed 'Negkcfof cliildrejite colds of teabys ihe fAQ Vernon Hotel and the R. M. K. Flour Company, Will invoict VMkfa Salve Relieve by through the skin, relieving the tightness district believe that he is the Tight foundation ofaeriou3lunrrtfouDle.-- On land soreness. Inhalation wad Abaorptioa -J S. Calloway, Collector. E. J. Anderson theotKernand, ifc 4fs harmful to continu sboV $350. man to send to Washington and Vick's can be applied over the throat and. No Doting. in; r .' jt- - oyWMftMi '&-.'- - y. - ". - - - . - SsMMMMmcm Sv: Would Have All Women w 1 -- iaw;i - tL f jiSSs nrsi ,rffc LOW RATES CHRISTMAS1 I HOLIDAYS d. UEll CRESCENT 1 uev. 1, 3, 24 rt-ac- IN.il,u News some of my wife's good bread made from MORNING STAR rOME hom9 to dinner' - with me and have FLOUR two-thirt- y Children Cry FOR SALE CASTOR! A The tasty d. it the Star -- - Rockcastle Milling Co Incorporated C. T. RIDDLE BRODHEAD, KY. .fc. GBANVILLBOWSN3 UNfcrtTAKER jjp3r.ut x S pq. e AStOR Children Ci Brodhead - UNDERTAKES f II. 1 seven-montbs-ol- 1 W. A. COX, S 'Children Cry on-W- CASTOR1A School New Treatment for Bronchitis, AstkfnaTtatarrh and "Vap-O-Rab" Jolis H. Davis, Treasurer. they assert tbatjif be consents to L. stand for the nominatiSn it will be his for Ihe asking. ItHm (hasertiioty ally dose delicate .uHIft stomachs with teraalfraedicine3-ortovke3p-the -. POSTED - .". Children" Cry FOR FLETCHER'S The undersigned strictly forbid hunting ortrcspasi0gc6Q tbeirlaads and wiUproseeate, tofte extent of tbc law, AST1Q:F1J su viiuiur.- trr- - j.gf- . . ' r Dormitory for tii ..i - . lrl. .. . TDtlloalow. Porettalef adgresa always indbprs. -, Plenty off re aTr inthe bedroom and a An exetrolTO muslo scbool " r good application of Vick8 upensisepteBocrTtn. com. Salve over the throat and chest at the,flrst J plete counts In PUao.Yolce, lolln.Orrn.CIla. Pnhtln sign of trouble, will:eep thd' little chaps School M talc .Theory. Bar- Biony. Lsntostes. classes la free. from colds without- injuring theicdi- - Ubrerlsai.eKtiweM7TaMts ... .. History of Masle. Kascsaale . n7ing ssa mtat He&dlB. geatiDns. WSiii.iijIi both TocalfcSd lartnaasstsl.' -- siMasic ..... -- ..Jrn- children IfffMRlVPMNWB . Jiffarson Liw. "Vap-O-Rub- ,... -- - SJ5epSOc,-or$i.oo- YKxs&ara iuJHimy sssWs VlH chest and covered with a warm flaniu or a little put up the nostrils habit forming drugs for these troubles. melt a little in a spoon and inhale the va Salve iaapplied pors ansinjr. Also for Asthma and Hay When VickV7Vap-5-Rub- " to the heat of the body, soothing, medi- Fever, rub Vick's well over, the rol i v. cated vapors are released that are inhaled ramn to relax the nervous tenslo nllnightjonethroueh the air passages to. !50c, or $1.00. .No need to take internal medicines or 'cloth s'i, . s- - WCK'SmS J --- '- , I "jr -- - '.'- uC . JiO.'ii jy. T ? - Tr 5S?5T t ur tuna 1 . ffrTf igaMWfirni- - hi7'Qff7Sifirf,rfr ML VERNON SIGNAL : . Big line of holiday jewelry at rrn irn nimftili,'Wii.iif imiiMpautaag r: Jf waBwa:ii n . : it Fish's. Give him something he wants get it at Fish's and you'll please him. t. Vernon Ky Dec 3 1915 79 up"No.J9" wnennr waa toCommunl. & SJ oate with 9IQNAL Biggest line of Ball Band Rubber Goods' in Rockcastle county NO ALUM IN ttazros 2XS at Fish's. R. L. Collier, the pole man, was here Wednesday. In last month Mr. Collier loaded out from his Lou vi llc & Nashville R R.Co. different yards 34 cars of poles and he told a Signal representative TIME TABLE. that he had orders for over $10,-00- 0 "1 uortn 5.04 p m worth of poles to be shipped 3:56 a m 21 iortn by January 1. 19 16. 53 .outh 11:39 am -I 12:13 a m outh Work on the Dixie Highway Agent, was actually begun yesterday Ias. Landrum, morning. James " Maret was on No. 8. "ions the works and moved the first nure1 at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Police shovel of dirt. The road starts mail matter. as Necond-cias- s at corporate limits on Richmond street. Only two miles will be PERSONAL built now awaiting the trial .f the bond election suit, which will come "R. s Jett was in Richmond up for hearing at the January Sunday. -- BakimgPowder AbsoiutelyPure ROW A . about a tentjxof a cent to us .and, riotKTng-tanybody else. But a Fish Label sewed o ioose in a box ' FISH LABJEL -- i vvorth 'V . xf. Avoid AH Substitutes On a little jaunt into the blue-gras- s a few days since, the writer chauged cars at fainks, Richmond to a CHRISTMAS GIFT is worth much to the V f ; li 1 J term. of Brodhead. was and Nicholasville, and from that kere Thursday. GOLDEN WEDDING ANNIpoint rode over the inter urban Completion in Holiday Boxes, 50c, 75c VERSARY loyd Obesnut was in Richby Thanksgiving trolley line into the heart of Lexmond Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Gentry, of and gray, and Day 1916 is Regarded as ington. This route furnishes Charles B. Anderson, of Berea, this place, will celebrate the fif some of the finest scenery Certain. to be 50c is with his brother, J.E.Jbr a day tieth anniversary of their marriage found in the fcJtate. Valley View, -on December 14th. The couple 10c to 50c or so. on Kentucky river, furnishes its (Lexington Leader of Nov. 28.) have lived all their lives in Rock Mr. and Mrs. v7. A. Cox spent for part. There are three high and Boys 25c to Jim Maret, of Mt. Vernon, oue the latter part of last week in castle and are universally re- bridges, including that crossing spected. Their boys, some ol Dozen Louisville. he river, within three miles, two of the most active advocates of Missouri, are expected to them in of them crossing gorges leading the Boone Highway, and Presi. Mrs. Cv Daily has been visiting be home on the occasion. The down to the river. None of these dent of the Boone Way AssociaMr. andMrs. C. W. McDowell at couple expect to many of greet for everybody to $,10 bridges are uuder 250 in height. tion, was in Lexington yesterday East Bernstadt. their old and new friends on the on his way from Louisville, where Keturning we came via Paris, The litt e twelve year old above date. he had been in the interest of the Oar Christmas Gifts includes some very appropriate Gifts as suitable for Winchester, etc. On train daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. J. E Children's Daniel Boone League, women as for men. Don't be satisfied until you see our line of Elijah Denney, a resident ol Lexington and Paris, we Anderson has typhoid of which he is the honorary presChristmas Gifts. Mr. A. Cummins has moved to Level Green, was 118 years old found 01 lie Pike, son of Mat Pike, ident. Come In and Sec What a little Cash Will Do. the farm of his son, J. B. Cum- on September 10, 1855, and active was flagman. At Paris we found The Daniel Boone Leage is a YOU WAIST TO DO BUSINESS WITH US. as many meu at 40. He workt Jim Reynolds, better known as mins, near No. 1 tunnel. farm, had been an 'Jim Licity" an old Rockcastle new organization formed to stimudaily on the Frof. and Mrs. J. S Irvine are early riser all late the use of Kentucky made his life- - never drank man, was host'er for railroad the proud parents of a fine eight out one cup of coffee and that company, a position he has satis- products, and to bring the childpound boy. and one-hal- f "OsT, was in i848. He served several factorily fjlled for a number of ren of the State up with a senti ment for Kentucky and Kentucky Francis, ot Chicago, is wi'.b iears in the war of the Revolu vears. Joe Arriving1 at Livingston Ms parents. Dr. and Mrs. W. T. tion; was wounded at the siege of we put in our time between trains products, and Mr. Maret says Francis, for the holidays. vlharleston; was also at the siege down at the pump house with the that it is already doing a good Miss Emma Davis is visiting ot Savannah, and m the battles ol vetern pumper, Geo. D,-- Cook, work. The Boone Highway, which friends and relatives in Richmond Eutaw Springs, Camden, who has held down the position parallels the route Lexington and Junction. City. and Monks Corner. Ht tor past 32 years . His pumping thru Eastern Kentucky, has met under Colonels Peter, Har doesn't interfere with his croquet F. L. Thompson, Si., and Jr., R with H delays, Mr. are among those who will attend y and Francis Marion. At tbit. ames, on a bmoouie yif4 ajoj.11-in- g Maret construction Vhe iSTTAy 4 $aio buj; that work is the pump house, just drops a t'e Inauguration next Tuesday. .reatage he was sprightly and now rapidly going ahead again, ctive; was a .strict member of the little coal into the furnace now and E. B. Brown, wife and childand completion by the time set, ren, of Ottawa, visited Dr. G. B. Japtist church, and rode 6 miles then. Mr Cook has a hobby for Tbankgiving Day 1916, is regard-a- s Services at Christian m every regular church meeting. razors. He has a small machine Lawrence and wife last Sunday. certain. The Church for Sunday ie was' the lather ot Simeon Den shop attached to pump house a large sectipn work of marking Wade and Roscoe Hysingei of the road which ey and a great grand lather ol .vhere-alonwith other work he !T GIVES THE BEST RESULTS. .spent Thanksgiving with their sis tieen completed will be done Sunday School 9:45 grinds scissors aud razors, espec- - has OrfS. A. Davis, of Mt. Vernon. LIGHT, ier, Mrs. Rogers, at Paint Lick. this winter. Bsl county, one ol Preaching bervice 11:00 a. m. tbade t4 In May 1778, a party of South- ally razors. In his cabinet ho Jeadiqg mountain counties in good Christian Endeavor 6.30 p.m. jMr. ana Mr. David Hy sin per ; anatom- showed the writer 32 of these entertained at a turkey dinner ern Indians stole some horses face Preaching service 7.30 p.m. Th roads work, wil have twenty knives, of all descriptions, tear Crab Orchard. .Nathan Thanksgiving. All report a rice miles of highway completed by Lieutenant to Capt, Whit-ey- , some from Noah's ark, one for January first. time. Wants Residents Names with a portion of his com- each year he has been running Mr . Anna Miller, who has been the pump. COLDS NEED ATTENTION Along Dixie Highway in Pineville for the past sevrral pany, pursue the trail to the Will Owens, the Signal's splenThe Dixie Highway Associa"NanY months has returned to Mt .idge between Rockastle and did reporter, kinder dodged the Internal throat and chest troubtion, Chattanooga, Tenn, desires produce inflamation,1 irritation ciuck creek. Here he incidentalles Vernon. welpngor soreness and unless to secure the name and post-offic- e ly fell in with another party," and writer for a time until he discoverAsher Cummins, who has been a fieice skirmish ensued. After ed that I had forgotten how he cheeked at once, are likely to lead address of every resident to serious troubie. Caught in along the DIXIE A1GHWAY, in Tennessee for the past three several discharges of their guns wiped up the earth with yours tru time Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey including other Divisions of the months, came home last Frida a Doth parties retreated, but not ly in a little set to thru the Highway. Every county chairloosens the phlegm and destroys very sick man. of the Signal, once upon a the germs which have settled in man and officials of the various before Lieutenant McClure was The little daughter of Mr. and mortally and seveial of his men time, then he got brave enough the throat and nose. It is sooth commercial organisations are urged to assist the Association Mrs John Crawford, out on the slightly wounded. The loss of tht to crawl out from under a coal ing and ''eaJing, pine is antisepin securing the names of those Brodhead roid, has had pneumo Indians was not ascertained. Mc- par whence he had fled when the tic; honey is soothing both together possess excellent medical residing or owning property nia but is better. Clure died the succeeding night writer stept off the tram. That qualities for fighting cold germs. facing the Highway. By for Messrs Logan Ptng and James in a cave, where at his own in- man Hix, whom be has been try- - Insist on Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honwarding these names at the TPPErtA.HATl P K EXERCISE NO.E6. earliest possible date they will Hurst, of the Poplar Grove sec- stance, he bad been left, and on ng to marry off for past several ey. 25c ell druggists, confer a great favor upon the tion, were here Sunday visiting the next day, when a party came years, has evidently "smelt ? ff cheerfully Association. Send your name, A REMINDER their friend, J. B Cummins. for him, hjs remains were founa mice" and is laboring under the office to post Mike Hogan had been a laborer location and Mr. and Mrs. S T. Procto: weni shockingly mangled aud torn bv impression that Owens is trying furnished upon request JIM Maret, Mt.Vernon, Ky. to lead him into deep water and but he received a large legacy, to Stanford Wednesday to attend wild beasts. trouble. Mart seems to catch on aftpr which the family put on a the funeral of Mrs. Proctor, widby Warm overcoats and raincoats Ben Ramsey. Will Reynolds, and is making every possible ef- great deal of style and endeavorow of the late Dr. D. E. Proctor. ai) Fish's. Misses Winnie Falin, Myrtle Josh Lunce and Elbert Ourham, fort to escape Owen's machina ed to forget Mike's humble begin- for men and boys (X : ning . Finally he died and at the HmRS. McLAlN'S EXPERIENCE Bryant, Bemice Landrum and employed at the clay mines at tions. Ths Tanlac Agent xne rant at Livingston carries funeral many beautiful floral trib Louana Whitehead spent from Pine Hill, had a narrow escape WITH CROUP MT.VERNON, KY. Phono No. 39 Thursday until Monday in Louis- last Saturday, when they lost con- about 400,000 gallons of water dai utes were received from his sor"When, pay boy Ray, was smal trol of a cut of cars down .the in- ly, 12,500 gallons every hour or rowing friend In looking at he was subiect to croup, and I ville. cline. It is over a mile from the 208 gallons a minute Along in them the widow suddenly dried was always alarmed at such time. R. B. Mullins and family lelt v D.fc 3RjcQp&v " 2tpe383cO W. 'Wc'ne.day for Richmond to top of the iucline to the tipple and the earjy 7o,s the company tried her tears and glared angrily at an Chamberlain's Cough Remedy "V rtVvlvTlT. - --..' n s -v n. v tv rr-s- r -Xj2XyHUxyr proved far better than any other make their future home. Mr. a heavy grade, the first 500 feet ut a hot air engine at the Living- anchor of flowers. re"What's the matter?" asked a for this trouble. It alwaysnever and Mrs. Rinke will arrive to just as the cars start down, is ston water station but it didn't lieved him quickly. I am morrow and will occupy Mr. very steep. It was on this heav- give satisfaction. Mart Hix says friend who was with her. without it in the house for I know iest part of the incline that tht nodoubt it would opeiate all right What Oi want to know," said ititt a positivH cure for croup." Mullins' residence. " ow if they would put Will Ow- the bereaved wife, iu tonesltremb-lih- g writes Mrs. W. R. McClain, Blairs Mr. and Mrs. Harry Anderson boys lost control and in- - a short ens in charge of it. with anger, "is th' name of ville, Pa. For sale by all dealers. od Saufley Hughes, of Lancas- distance the cars which were HOLDING ON heavily loaded with clay were travthe mon that sint that pick." ,3CC3iGSpK?.CaK3C ter, Mrs. Ella Baker and Master The way the Republicans hang -It is a waste of time for a mareling at an enormous speed. Chester Brown, of Bromo, dined on to a folorn hope and continue COUGHS AND COLDS ARE ried roan to make up his mind with Dr. and Mrs. G. B. Lawrence There was only one chance at life to claim the election of Morrow DANGEROUS to do a thing, becase his wife is $ and that was to jump which all Thanksgiving day. Few of us realize the danger of liable to make her mind that he four did. All but Ramsey escap after Stanley has been elected coughs and colds. We consider Mrs. W. J. Sparks and daugh- ed with slight injuries, but Ram- brings to mind the old campaign tbem coinmon and harmless .ail- isn't going to do it. . Misses Fan and Bess, have sey ters, Two darkies were out received a tskull fracture story. v ments. However statistics been in Louisville during the week which rendered him coon hunting and in the moon- us every tuird person dies tell unconscious of a and on Wednesday Mr. Sparks until Monday and his condition light spied a big one in the top of lung ailment. Dangerous bronTAT . "1 received a phone to come that yet is very serious, however he ,the persimmon tree. They shot chial and lung diseases follow a Miss Bess was very sick. "We. is- - showing- - scjme- - improvements. him time and again without effect. neglected cold. As your bocly sirnggles against cold germs, no. ""bvETSoTheard any later. report. v It is marvelous that either of Finally Sambo climbed the tree better nd J3an.be- - had than Dr. qSHBHHMjbn t to shake him down. ArrivinjjuaT? King's New Discovery. LOCAL the four escaped fatal injuries Its mer on the track till f the top he called down to his its nave oeen tested oy old ancr '" Miss Dessie Thompson, the The cars-staid-, companion': "Mose dis coon's a young. In use over 45 years. ay. splendid-teache- r at Red Bud; had they reached the tipple a bottle . &e&3& although it is estimated they'were possum. He's been dead all this Get of serious lungAvaidMbe ' ailments. risk school rally last Friday, which a time, and is only hanging on by s:ea&xs- t UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER Druggists. , traveling at the rate of 100 miles his tail " Maysville was: a success in every particulai Independent. 4 The tipple was wreck The house was crowded with per hour. A. Little cash goes 'a long- - vays The most contemptible thinsr cars bursted into :? W--j pupils and well pleased patrons. ed and the " -f afc can do is to buy a live - KiorvcT. . tnat splinters. 2t v Most all the parents of the district n Iater:V-Rams- ey clays before was taken to One nice tbjhja,bouV being pwf urkby about LEWIS BETHURUM being present, which is proof ot thanksgiving and attowduto "gobLondoa aada report from there is.tfaat you do not have to frisk Miss Thompson's capabilty as a Attomft his- - premises." This . teacher, aDd f the good judgment yesterday was.to the effect that he your roll every time you read that ble" around '. nicely and will re ha new ccunterfit $to,ooo bill is in is surely an ugly noise to bis less Will pracne of Mr. George Burton, the trus-te- Is doirig-yerfortunate neighbors.'-(Falmou-th ' coyer. who selected tbr. circulation, h 9-W. .1. Maret Talks of Boone Highway X man who gets it. This Fish label tells him all he needs to know about the quality of the gift and the judgment of tV giver,. f Here Are Some CHRISTMAS IDEAS NECKWEAR, GLOVES, tan PHOENIX SILK SOX HANDKERCHIEFS CAPS Men ARROW COLLARS SWEATERS RAINCOATS &$ y $1. $1.50 $1. 8 50c to $3 $2 $150 be-fwee- n Kings-vlountai- Dixie-ilighwa- S 'OLEADIIIGCIS FATHER AND THB BOYS Ol TFITTERS MaHSRE g -- I TKa Mc-lur- e, correct r lJIAN'l a j !V, TOilSS I 1 coj-um- ns The "Smithsonian Truss .- - fitted and Sold DAVIS CHAS. -- fc -- .o-V-- 7; ,.x-y.n- JONAS McKENZIE THE OLD RELIABLE - 02Ji rpeS0. J0qp 'jeeg3K.!Gfccr A good line of J.C.MeCLARY General Merchandise $:c$c: ;j -- -- JL tpcx3c3cjc x&cya Qoc9e Farm Implements de-rail- er to-d- -- &x$3iq??&x po,SLc3toe& t?j "1 - -- " a-m- f tn i.t. STAtiFOR9,kY.- e, ' y 10atl( ' !, tj r?L ,- - ..- r Hk "V; UNTIE HIS HANDS -- ' ' ' " ) - - . I COULD r7 -- j BJWE AKB FISH GOMSSION IS IF HElPif L?vl AFTER VIOLATORS Over E: STATE LAWS rFi -- Children Cry for Fletcher's fve i Convicisd For Violations 3h Pheasants Liberated By Commission Are Protected For Number of Years Hundred Men Thanksgiving has come a... gone again, and some of the b . s tnjoyed a very nice hunt. M John Randolph, of Catron, ca up and spent the day with Vic Price. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Li rence, little daughter, Mattie, a niece, Susie Baker, visited rela tives on Line Creek the lat part of last week. (Jhas. E. M lingthe popular grbcery salesman, was thru here last week. Mrs. Sallie Gentry is suffer with rheumatism at the home r her brother, A. C. Sowder. Swannie Price has a position t Mullins Station and left Frid for that point. M. E. Burtoj of Plato, and Mose Singleton, .. Somerset, spent Friday with M. E. Jr. Mr. and Mrs. G. N. Br ij spent Thanksgiving with M- - . Bray's parents, Mr. and Mrs J L. Thompson. Born to Mr. and Mrs. George Hasty on the 27, a fine boy. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Brown spent Sunday at the home of Mr?. Brown's father, Mr. David Proctor. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Mulii..s spent Sunday night and Mend with her parents at Ocala. Y. C. Buckner and familv have moved B. Mullins, the to Cedarville.--Peters shoe man, was here last week calling on the merchants George Lavre ce Jr., has pur chased .a farm from Evan ThompPrico paid, $300. Willie son. and Jack Catron, of Cedar creek, came down to spend Thanksgiving with their aunt, Mrs. W. F. DeBord. VV. P. Burnett, travel ing salesman for Louisville Tin & Stove Company, was thru here last week- and spent Tuesday night with his sister, Mrs. Win H. Brown. Jar vis J. Brown is yet confined to his room with an abcess on bis leg an' ?an only get about by tne aid of crutches. 14 R. - The Kind You Have Always Bonght, and which has been in use for over 30 years, lias borne the signature of and lias been made under his per-sonal supervision since its infancy. f&ccUZZ Allow no one to deceive you in this. " are but All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment? fP-z-J1Just-as-good CASTORIA What is substitute for Castor Oil, PareCastoria is a harmless goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Uarcotis substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys TV on and allays Feverishness. For more than thirty year lias been in constant use for the relief of ConstipatioTi. Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles aad Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach, and Bowcl3, assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend " GENUINE 7 CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWA .rr- - 7 HE USED A BOY er hand under his chin. The lecture! looked steadily at the people befoic him for a moment before he remarked impressively: "You see I have put one hand under the boy's chin. I did that so that I might divide his head from his body for you. If ou were to take all of this boy that lies below the hand under his chin and train it and educate it as carefully as possible, what would it sell for in the market where men are bought and sold? It would bring about $1.50 a day. You'd have a fine strong day laborer, wouldn't you? "Now let's see what about the rest of this boy, the small portion between my two hands, his head. Suppose we give it real training. Suppose we give that hidden part we call the brain, a real, strong, fine education. What's the boy worth now? Can you buy him in the market where men are bought and sold for $1.50? You have lifted him absolutely out of that class and the price he can command has grown immeasurably. "What I've been striving to do is to in make you see what possibilities-lithe boys and girls everywhere. I want you to think of the little school houses throughout the State as training places for this limitless portion o: each child's life. I want you to see tc it that your children and your neigh bor's children have a place where may be "done at its best." e g The lecturer was striving to give his audieace a vivid idea of the value of a thorough education. He evidently felt that he had not said enough to be absolutely convincing for be paused and after looking over the audience, asked: "Will somebody In my audience let me have a small boy on the platform for just a moment or two? Somehow or other I feel that you don't get the great importance of education in this rapid age in v hich we live. We must have Letter educated boys and girls if we are to keep abreast of the times." youngWhen he had a bright-eyester by his side, the man put one hand on top of the child's head and the oth d OUR PUBLIC FORUM On Church and Peter Radford (Special.) The Frankfort, Ky. Game and Fish Commission since the last report has convicted 351 men for uolation of the law. They took ihe chance of beating the wardens. How much better it would have been for them to have taken out their license. They wouid have had the satisfaction of feeling that they were helping the enforcement of law and contributing to better game conditions and were not cheaters. The money collected for sale of hunters' license has been, and is being, economically spent for the enforcement of the laws and the restocking of the fields and streams with game and fish. The Commission is taking this means of again warning the hunters. not only to take out their license, but to always carry them when hunting. English Pheasants. The 2,500 English pheasants liberated by the Commission are protected for a number of years, and a warning is hereby given- to every one who kills those valuable and costly birds, that If caught, he will be prosecuted. Now, Mr. Hunter, if you see a strange bird do not fun your legs off to destroy, It, but takeevery possible means not to injure it yourself, and do not let ffn opportunity escape you to urge others to do likewise. These pheasants were bought with your money, so see - syS A 2L&0 The Kind You Have Always BougL In Use For Over 30 Years THB CENTAUR COMANV. MCWVOWK CITY. IIW-d3K3'g- Kentucky trainer JC. x&v&KJt&Zl'&jiZ and two of his champion bird dogs. R wSk is for their protection as well as fo: the protection of the landowner and tr-conservation of valuable food sup ly, and that the violators of game reg. illations is beyond the law, a cheatei ag2inst whom every man's hand should bo raised, it will not be long unt.l we shall again see the fields and forests full of game and Kentucky affording some of the best field sport in the Now, Mr. Hunter, won't you help bj petting a good example and spreading he sentiment for obedience to the law wherever you go? Condemn the un lawful hunter and tho pot hunter and try to show him the HghK If he doec not take kindly to your suggestions report the viqlatlon of the law to tlu wardens in your county and the offic of the Commission at Frankfort. Boos' the game and thereby make mo"( pleasure for yourself and at the sanit time increase the value of tho llcens ;ountry. I l I ! .. lNS-Nfc- - SS,N-11 Thi Bank Wishes to Keep Constantly Bef re l Ttv i.v State The recent action of one of the leading churches of this nation, in annual convention, demanding that the laymen vote only for candidates for office whose views coincide with those of the clergy on one of the leading political issues, and direct and indirect efforts of other church organizations to interfere with the freedom of the ballot, make one of the greatest perils of this age, and present a problem that should receive thoughtful consideration of both laymen and citizens. Suckling babes may well squirm in their cradles when ministers in convention assembled release the hearts of men and grab them by the throat, for Chris tianity has broken down, religion has become a farce and the pulpit a failure. When the church substitutes force for persuasion, command for conviction and coercion for reason, the sherin s had as well pass the sacrament, men take charge of the altar and policemen bury the dead, for why a church? It is as dastardly a crime government for a minister to under take to deliver the votes of his rarishioncrs to a candidate, as It is for a ward heeler to deliver a block of votes to a political boss, and both ought to be prosecuted, for the law should be no respecter of persons. It is as objectionable for a convention of ministers to seek by canonical law to control the votes of church members ns it would be for a convention of manufacturers to issue orders for their employees to vote for a certain candidate. Such conduct is offensive to decency, business morals and a crime against society Any conventfo:i, whether composed of saints or sinners rich or poor, white or black, that seeks to prostitute power and coerce con science ought to be broken up by the police and its leaders arrested foi treason. A crime by any other name is a crime just the same. An ecclesiastical robe cannot sanctify treason, authority to preach does not carry with it license to become a political rir.gster, or the right to teach us how to pray give a permit to tell us how to vote. No man in joining the church should sacrifice his citizenship, forfeit his constitutional liberties or subordinate his duty to the state. The earth inanv times has been drenched with the blood ot our forefathers fighting to throw ofT the ecclesiastical yoke from the state, and the suggestion of a return to these medieval conditions with their horror and their torture should not bo tolerated for a moment. Laws should be passed prohibiting any preacher, or combination of preachers, from delivering or attempting to deliver their membership or congregation to any candidate for office and suitable legislation should be passed preserving the sanctity of the pulpit from political vandalism. It is as much a menace to church and state for a politician to occupy the pulpit as for a minister to preach a political sermon. He has no more right to preach his politics from the pulpit than a teacher has to teach his politics to his pupils. A preacher cannot make political trickery righteous by usage any morn than he can make profanity respectable by practice. It is one of the ironies of fate that a preacher may become a scandal as well as a glory to civilization. plaiu-clothe- rh2t they are protected until they increase sufficiently to allow shooting. Conditions In Other States. In other states where conditions are not so Ideal as here they now have pheasants in plenty. It is up to you, Mr. Hunter, to do your part to help the Commission protect them. Get busy. Your wardens will be in the field every day during tho hunting season and for a considerable time beforehand, to see that each hunter has his license, and that the "Sooner" is curbed in his selfish desire. Please help the wardens, remembering that they are working for and not against you. We want to enlist the active cooperation of every man in Kentucky who has aJiuntlng license in protecting your own game from the cheater. We want you to realize that it Is you who are being cheated by the game hog, the pot hunter and the chap who hunts out of season without a license. Our wardens are doing effective work. However, the state is large and unless the sportsmen and farmers report the Infractions of the hunting laws, either to the wardens or to the State Department, some violators are bound to escape. "What we for which you pay. The money yoi ay for your license is your contribu t'.on towprds the enforcement of th aw and the propagation of game. Ge rhlnd your money with your persona 'nflttence and conditions are bound t improve. Lawful to Kill. Quail, rabbits, squirrels, woodcock wild Juck, wild goose, can be shol from November 15 to January 1. Unlawful to Ship. It is unlawful to ship quail, nathe within tlu pheasant, or wild turl-.eitate of Kentucky at any tme, biu tnese birds, when lawfully killed ant! in possession of ti.e hunter, may b y There will be services at Popl.r Grove Saturday and Sunday, conducted by the Rev. E. B. Thornton of Preachersville. Mr. and Mrs, F. E. Mullins came out to spend Thanksgiving with Mrs. M E. Price. Mr. Aiullins returned home Friday while Mrs. Mullins and the little boy 'stayed A. 0. Sowder over until Sunjav was in Mt. Feruoa Monday ou business. J. L. Hasty was in Brodhead one day last week. The children of this vicinity have chicken pox. Miss Myrtle Hamin is with her sister, Mrs. George tiasty. Master Uichard Gentry spent Friday and Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Niceley. Miss Ora Brown gave a party last Friday night. Those present were Misses Zelma and Anna drown, Georgia and Rose Gentry, ot Quail, Dora Mullins and Nannie Messrs darnett, of Withers. Charley and Hobert Brown, M. E. Burton, Henry 1'odd, C. V. Price, O. H DeBord, Will Sn uer, Ed Latham, and W. A. Cai-toof Stanford. The party wab given in honor of Misses Mullin and Barnett, who were visitors here. n, ta ton- e".r: .l I (. ' :. ; P.-- ..1 i lip.i.--- - Tr A P-r- SU-A- - Frr - IS! ! '" 4 1 1 m ill Mt Vernon c Kentucky & i gage cars, when properly marked. When shipping rabbits, squirrels, o wild ducks, within or without th state, the package should be plain! marked, giving the contents of th package, and the name and address o the consignor as well as that of th consignee. It is unlawful to ship any game ou of the state, or the hides of ing animals, without clearly markh. the package as above directed. T ship unmarked is in violation of th interstate laws, and is punishable i: the federal courts by a heavy fine an fur-be- a carried by the hunter, or In the baj; HHH "11 fe& 111 mm M m &1 KX - - oo-- o BIS Hunters Themselves Lose. wish to impress upon the sportsman who takes out his license and obeys the law, is that every violator is cheating him. Those who set about to deplete the gam supply unwarrantably, either for gain or through-greedor who hunt out of season, to some extent succeeds in robbing the licensed hunter of the benefits for which he spends hid money in purchasing his license. If the sportsmen can get the idea learly into thpi minds that the law , imprisonment. Remember that It is unlawful to shi either within or without the state, b. fre'ght. express, parcels post, or an: common carrier, any quail, nativi pheasant, or wild turkey. Now, Mr. Hunter, you will say if ap proached that you intend to get you license before hunting. It is necec sary to purchase your license fron the county clerk of the county i: which you reside. There will be man hunters in the fields on the openinF day. November 15. What would be the condition at "your county clerk's offlct if you waited until November 14 tc get your license? There would be congestion. You would stand in line man hours waiting your turn and then go away without it. You hac' made your arrangements to go hunting par'y the next morning and would gi afield without your license. Mr. Gann War J en would happen along and you wou d be distressed and embarrassed. Why take n chance? pos-s'bl- Tis Said Our natiou is composed of a luxury loving people, careless of cost and reckless of expenditure, with the lack of realisation what wise economy meaus. If that be so, let us endeavor to mold our habits and desires as widom dictates, and prepare for future emer-genck- ? and opportunities and open nn. account NOW in y The Bank of li iiijujCr-'-;-? .S& Mt-Verno- n ..T. VhKNON, KY. OOOI last week repairing Hp-wl- l ALMOST ANY CONSUMPTIVE MIGHT HAVE THIS hi CG 6oA4S 7.-- , U' v'lj .;J, , ' 'i'jBfm? m W,i ry,;.,' .??;. w..v '.t '. ' ,. . ' .' ' yr?' '4 - s S-- ', x . i v.?ir''rArfr , S. rL S Jack Ballard, of Brodhead, was the guest of Rev. Oarraical, at this place Wednesday. The funeral of young Mr. Ed McKinney last at three o'clock ASM Saturday evening grave yard, was at the McKinney largeiy attended. Rey. Carmical was the guest of Mr. Logan Mcixu Kinney Saturday. y ". J' Born Nov. 20, to the wife of Mr. 5 ' John Kirby. a girl. There is a se& ries of meetings going on at Mt. .. asE v. Pisgah, conducted by Revs Si & jft -- $ x i : -- K.f '"'!, Wltf V yy' mi iizii i Is im '?: 'fiMKiti si " i .. i. A flu 'V 4 t,.:'.zz.-itz- : 1 .&'!" 1 3 "tf. . i. ., s Barnes and Carmical. Mrs Clara MT. VERNON. KY. Carmical spent several davs at Mt jWOFFICE.- - On 2nd. floor fo Vernon' last weeic. Miss Clfo The Bank of Mt. Vernon , on Church Kirby is very sick. Mrs James street, Special attention given Barnes spent Thursday and Frj. to collections. day with her son, George Barnes. Phone No. 80. We understand there will be several wMdjngs take placa in'Tprr two vrar'R with IN DicaoadSD: this part efil ring "lthe holidays. : - .: DIGESTION Conover V Mrs. Mary Arnold spent Sunday "Two years ago I was greatly with Mrs Lou Kirby. Sherly qenefitted through using two or bottles of Chamnerlain's J MT. VERNON, KY this Carmicalvwho has been confined three wies wirb- - " f11' M TtVnr. tRnnms nverBaker'a Store T. roont 1 Uo'his roomiOTiipme dtkae with ai iaDieis y .oeHjrt: umiug er, Joiiiaa, unto. .out again; Phone 49-y.i-Z 1 was SICK lor iwuyear.s thm. .me CTeeKwith indigestion." Sold by all chairs. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Marler were in Mt. Vernon Saturday. HOW'S THIS? We otfer Ofte Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Hall's Catarrh (Jure has been taken bv catarrh suffers for the past thirty five years, and has become known as the most reliable remedy for catarrh. Hallls Ca tarrh Cure acts thru the blood on the mucous surfaces, expelling the poison from thf blood, and healing the deseased portions. After, you have taken Hall's Catarrh Cure for a short time you will see a great improvement in your geueral health. Start taking Hall's Catarrh Cure at once and get rid of Catarrh. Send for tes- timomals, free. & Co., Toledo, O. F. Sold by all Druggists, 75c. o-o- o- Mount Vernon Monumental 1 mM iwj isj imi - i' w -- Manufacturers of and fVlDEALER in Marbles and Granite Monuments of all Estimates furnished kinds. oh application. GEO. OWENS Propr. Pone L12. ' C. 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