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'a t i 1 ..' -- i,W iHtBI rr'i ..'; . i' 2K. i. l i' f &s ' Published Every Friday Aa ranw ,; m! iJ-- , sw VJj f vgr $ ,w Jf s$&" sj JSf ts Established -- itt viw'sMaMMi ' "V ' vf i' vy vgr Op- g $j Ko5wV vy' 'v vB S riwiiiuii y VSf w Jj f 1887 , ., . VOLUME X1XX. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY FRIDAY. SKPTKMBEIi 8. 1916 ti NUMBER 50 Men's Wask'-Ove- r Shoes Four and Five Dollars A MATCHLESS assortment, giving you the largest selection in Mt. Vernon of Men's Shoes at FOUR and FIVE DOLLARS. AND they're rnf wnrrt. ""' " . "WALK- OVER" Shoes, too the finest footwear in A WALK war nkP &'V,UN lasts as the "iNortolk7 The "Norfolk" "Cadet," the "Windsor" all strictly Eng lish. Or the "Whip" the most popular shoe in the world. Or the "Doc", with the broad, , , I "' Such world famous ,, 11 "w V' N ' -- .The 'Windsor'' tm&iw The " Whip " 'txCl" frl comfortable, yet stylish & WALK, jfeC sbs See Our Windows The "Cadet" J Any of them at FOUR or FIVE Dollars g P. M wr M G TTC UMT.VERO, KY. I I - IM Xi t .M Ufr 8 ,- -. 1 2T I 5- U. 7 Kvl Ui C(J CM E3BBBBE The Clothcraft Store B lT with Hughes men drove over to Lexington Tuesday to hear the The Boone Way grade between next President of the United here and Mount Vernon will be Stat.s speak completed by the time thisappeais Mrs. Ed. Swith, of the Hiatt in print, those who have never section, underwent a verv serious goue over it will be astonished to operation at the Norton Inlirmary see that the once rough, rugged Louisvi'le, Monday. Mr and Mrs. and steep hills are no more, and bmith went to Louisville, Sunthat the numerous rocks that day. The operation is said to once paved the way are lost from have been a very successfol one sight. Win. Mullius, who has and that Mrs Smith is doing nicecharge of the work, is the right ' ly. Miss Minnie Hi.tt. daughter man on the job and knows just' of Allen Hictt. and Chas Brown, how to make a road The people son of Mr. and Mrs. M H. Brown, of Brodhead and vicinity were were marrie.1 in Jellico, Teuu , very much elated when the news Tuesday. Miss Oma Brown accame to us that Mr. Mullius companied them to Jellico They wculd continue grading toward returned here Tuesday afternoon. Crab Orcbaid, knowing that with-i- Their many friends kmi us in two or three weeks that he wishing them a happy and proswould make hills and dales dis- perous wedded life. Dr.and Mrs. appear, and connect with the W. P. Carter were in Louisville, splendid grade made by our Monday. The doctor was there on Lincoln friends. We certainly account of the operation of Mrs hope that this good work will Ed Smith. Urban Cass, who has continue and that we will be able been working near Cincinnati for to show Lincoln County that the past live months, was at home we are wilLng to meet them in for the first time during the.o all their laudable undertakings. months, Sunday, returning to his Nothing is better to our lil'ing work Tuesday. Uncle John Jar-rothan to see our boys on the road returned from Charleston, W. to Mt Vernon with their auto- Va., Wednesday. Uncle Johu mobiles daily, and to know that says that he could buy a the two towns once so Jar apart sack of flour tnere for 1.40, good are now within twenty minutes beef steak for 30 cents a pound drive of each othr. If the coun- and other things in proportion. ty offic:als are looking for praise We are surprised that a man that for the eood road work they are knows a good thing when he sees doing they should connect the it, like Uncle John does, would grade with Lincoln County and have left a place where be could and every man , woiiiau and have lived with as little expense child will do them honor A as in Charleston; but Brodhead is Mrs. Poynter, of London and known the world over as the best Mrs. Jasper, of Floridd were the town on the map and that is why guests of Mr. and Mrs. I. R. Uncle John is back at home we Storm last week. Mrs. Storm, guess. Mr. I.R. Stormsreceived who has been sick so long, shows news Wednesday that a daughter little improvement and her con in London was seriously ill, and dition is regarded as very serious that she was not expected to live Jop Albright is in Dayton, but a few hours. He left immediOhio, where he has a good posi- ately to see her. but on account of tion Mr. and Mrs. Allen Hiatt, the illness of his wife will return of the Quail section, were the as soon as possible. The Entered guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Apprentice degree in Masonry Hiatt Thursday of last week was conferred by the members of Mrs. R. E. Albright is with ber Brodhead Lodge. Monday night parents Mrs. and Mrs.'H. L. Rev. A. B. Potorf, W. O Yadon, Tharp, in junction City this W.J.Owens, J.D.Martin and E. C. 4c- - . Two automobiles loaded Watson. A Pie Supper will be n tt 24-pou- BRODHEAD , i given by the members of thi Methodist Church tonight at the Graded School Auditorium. The proceeds are to be used for the benefit of the church. Members of other churches are cordiallvin viteu to take part, and should do all they can to make this affair a success. A MEMENTO. The Christian Church Sunday School of Mt. Vernon, in session assembled, desire; to express its appreciation ot the worth and character of Professor J- S.Irvine and its sense of the great loss it has sustained on account of his - man the Industries it was professing to father and promote, carried their E labor as a mere commodity to market, by novel and were subjc t ;o Ml drastic pr ess hi the courts, were NT1 without u.a.ice if compensation for l&tf . without federal Indus ti'j . assistance hi ncco. .updating labor disputes and wirho'.t national aid or adKr, Wilson Reviews His Work vice iu finding the places and the industries in uhurh then labor was most needed. The country hail no national as Chief Magistrals. system of road con tru tion and development. Little inte!lip"iit attention was paid to the arm.x and rot enough to the niiv.v The nther republics of PARTY HAS DOHE ITS DUTY. Aiiicrica distrusted us. they fo uul that we thought lirt of the profits of American investor: and only justice Tariff Revised, Laws Against Trust3 as an afterthought of impart!Clarified, Banking System Reformed, and l helpful friendship. Its policy was purposes in all things; Farmers and Wcrkingmen benefited were our of harmony withits temper the by Remedial Measures, American and purposes of the people and the Merchant Marine Revived, National timely development of the nation's interests. Deiense Provided For. Party Has Redeemed Promises. Iu his address at Shadow Lawn, So tilings stood when the Democratic Loug Branch. N. J., accepting the party came into power. How do they Democratic nomination for Mesideut. stand now? Alike in the domestic field "Woodiow "Wilsou said: and In the wide field of the commerce Senator James, Gentlemen of the Noti- of the world, American business and fication Committee, Fellow Citizens: life and industry have been set free I canuot accept the leadership and re- to nw e as they never moved before. The tariif has been levised, not on c sponsibility which the national onvention has again iu such the principle of repelling foreign trade, v ii'i.ius fashion asked me to accept but ui on the principle of encouraging witim. t l.-,- t expi csing my profound it, upon fomethiug like a footing of g.:it i.do the party for the trust it equality with our own in respect of reposes i ..1 uftor lour years of fiery the terms nf competition, .ind a tariff trial iu the midst of affairs of unpre- board has l.een cre..v i w '1. se function cedented difficulty, and the keen sense It will !e to kce;i the i jlations of of added responsibility with which this American "with fori-",- ; u li dness aud ;nt i iservation, honor fills tl had almost said burdens) industry under me as I think of the great issues of for the guidance ali'..e of o.r business national life aud policy involved in the men and of ou. congress. American present and immediate future conduct energies are now directed toward the of our government. I shall seek, as I markets of the world. have always sought, to justify the exThe laws against trusts have been traordinary confident e thus reposed in clarified by definition, with a view to me by striving to purge my heart and making it plain that they were not purpose of eVery personal and 0 every directed against big business, but only misleading party motive and cfevoting against unfair business and the preevery energy I have to the set vice of tense of competition where there was the nation as a whole, prayiuj, that I none, and a trade commission has been may continue to have the counsel and created with powers of guidance and support of all forward looking men accommodation which have relieved at every turn of the dilRcult business. business men of unfounded fears and For I do not doubt that the people set them upon the road of hopeful and of the United States will wish the confident enterprise. Democratic party to continue- In conBy the federal reserve act the suptrol of the government. They are not ply of currency at the disposal of acin the habit of rejecting tho-- e who tive business has been rendered elashave actually served them for those tic, taking its volume not from a fixwho are making doubtful and con- ed body of investment securities, but jectural promises of service. Least of from the liquid assets of daily trade, all are they likely to substitute those and these assets are assessed and acwho promised to render them particu cepted not by distant groups of bank lar services ai.d proved false to that ers in control of unavailable reserves piomise for those who have a tually but by liankor? t the u-- : y vn'crs ' 1 vi ry 'n? ;?:, t!o:t of local exchange who are in touch Boasting is always an empty busi with local conditions everywhere. uess, which pleases nobody but the Effective measures have been taken boaster, and I have no disposition to for the of an American mer boast of what the Democratic party chant marine and the revival of the has accomplished. It has merely done American carrying trade indispensable its duty. It has merely fulfilled Its ex to our emancipation from the control plicit promises. But there can be no which foreigners have so long exer atviolation of good taste in calling cised over the opportunities, the routes tention to the manner in which thoe and the methods of our commerce with promises have been carried out or in other countries. to the interesting fact that adverting The interstate commerce commission many of the things accomplished were has been reorganized to enable it to what the opposition party had again perform its great and important func and again promised to do, but had left tions more promptly and more efilcieut undone. Indeed, that is manifestly Iy. We have created, extended and im part of the business of this year of reckoning aud assessment. There is proed the service of the parcels post So much we have done for business. no means of judging the future excepl What other party has understood the by assessing the past. Constructive task so well or executed it so intelliaction must be weighed against de gently and energetically? What other structive comment aud reaction. The party has attempted it at all? The Re un Democrats either have or have not publican leaders, apparently, know of derstood the varied interests of the no means of assisting business but country. The test is contained iu the "protection." IIow to btimulate it and record. put it upon a new footing of energy What is that record? "What were and enterprise they have not suggested. the Democrats called into power to do? Farmers Have Been Benefited. What things had long waited to bo For the fanners of the country we done, and how did the Democrats do created commercial them? It is a record of extraordinary have virtually length and variety, rich in elements credit by means of the federal reserve of many kinds, but consistent in prin act and the rural credits act. They ciple throughout and susceptible ol now have the standing of other business men in the money market. We brief recital. e hllSES EPI To f he Lady of f he House $$$ Dear Madam We wish to call your attention to a little specia which we will run for iB 3HHHBH AYSONLY HIHHHHHBHMMHiHWHSM - 1 j pro'-incia- 5 lb. Best GRANULATED SUGAR ,.?3c 5 Bars LAUNDRY SOAP 4 Boxes' BLUEING wmm .25c .20c Twipwn imwrn n w n I Gallon KARO SYRUP .50c ,40c .25c .15c 4 Bottles EXTRACT (any flavor) 5 Boxes SODA 3 Bags TABLE SALT for 30 days only. Do not fail to buy this bill at one. Dein-ofnili- 1 1 1 This Assortment will go for$" .98 Cash II fi Psakpp&fln Save Money The Grocery Men tr- Today - fcU !" Finish and they will look spick and span under the hardest wear. It stains and varnishes at one application. You can buy Hanna's Lustro - Finish .3. ryour w If 1l r ' floors with fit J sS Jv" Hanna e$MM Diiuririioii WIS elastic coatmp; that wi not show heel marks. Also h fine for furniture, stair in any wood color to match your woodwork. It will dry with a tough treads, window sills and all woodwo k. Will Not Fade removal from among us. For three years Professor Ir vine has been at the head of the Public Schools of our town. Dur ing that time we learned to love him. He was a most untiring effi cient and successful teacher, a devoted member of the Church and Sunday School, alwas found at his post of duty, ever ready, zealously and unselfishly, to do with a will what his hands found to do We most cordially and earnestly recommend him to the good people among whom his lot is to be cast as a man worthy of every confidence, and above all he is an upright Christian Gentleman. To him and his we extend our most sincere good wishes and benediction. f S. F. Bowman, Committee E. R. Gentry, (J. W. Brown, The above and foregoing Memento was this day presented to the Mt Vernon Christian Church Sunday School and was, by a ris ing vote unanimously adopted It was directed that the Secretary enter the same on the Journal of the Sunday School and that he furnish a copy to Professor Irvine. Mt. Vernon, Ky. Sept.3rd I9I6. Attest:- E. B. Cox. Secretary. have successfully regulated speculation Record of Failure. in "futures" and established standards The Republican party was put out in the marketing of grains. By an in of power because of failure, practical telligent warehouse act we have assistfailure and moral failure; because it ed to make the standard crops avalla had served special interests and not ble as never before both for systematic the country at largo; because, under marketing and as a security for loans the leadership of its preferred and es- from the banks. We have greatly tablished guides, nt those who still added to the work of neighborhood make its choices, it had lost touch demonstration on the farm itself of with the thoughts aud needs of the improved methods of cultivation and. nation and was living in a past age through the intelligent extension of the and under a fixed illusion, the illusion functions of the department of agriculof greatness. It had framed tariff ture, have made it possible for the laws based upon a fear of foreign farmer to learn systematically where trade, a fundamental doubt as to his best markets are and how to get at American skill, enterprise and capac them. ity, and a very tender regard for the The workingmen of America have profitable privileges of those who had gained control of domestic markets been given a veritable emancipation and domestic credits, and yet had en- by the legal recognition of a man's lalaws which hampered bor as part of his life and not a mere acted anti-truthe very things they meant to foster, marketable commodity, by exempting which were stiff and inelastic and in labor organizations from processes of part unintelligible. It had permitted the courts which treated their memthe country throughout the loug period bers like fractional parts of mobs and not like accessible and responsible inof its control to stagger from one financial crisis to another under the opera- dividuals, by releasing our seamen tion of a national banking law of Its from involuntary servitude, by making adequate provision for compensation own framing which made stringency and panic certain and the control of for industrial accidents, by providing the larger business operations of the suitable machinery for mediation and country by the bankers of a few re- conciliation In industrial disputes and serve centers inevitable; had made as by putting the federal department of if it meant to reform the law. but had labor at the disposal of the working-ma- n faint heartedly failed in the attempt, when in search of work. because it could not bring itself to do We have effected the emancipation the one thing necessary to make the of the children of the country by rereform genuine and effectual namely, leasing them from hurtful labor. We break up the control of small groups of have instituted a system of national bankers. It had been oblivious or Inaid in the building of highroads such different to the fact that the farmers, as the country has been feeling after qpon whom the country depends for for a century. We have sought to its food and in the last analysis for equalize taxation by means of an equiits prosperits. weie without' standing table Income tax. We have taken the In the matter of commercial credit, steps that ought to have been taken at without protection of standards In the outset to open up the resources of their market transactions and without Alaska. We have provided for nasystematic knowledge of the markets tional defense upon a scale never bethemselves; that the laborers of the seriously proposed upon the recountry, the great army of men who fore sponsibility of an entire political par-A st J. ft Soldby B. NOE, Mt. Vernon, Kv. $ iSacgaGgfcoea GEO.S. GRIFFIN SL . CHM THE "QUALITY STORE" rP&m& WHERE a MONEY a TALKS BOOSTING ?3DK&3C& $&c$3&: & X -- And Pulling Together makes Our Town -- row &3C3G&X& while the " Hand, of quality '' is always pointing to Big Values. Every time the second hand of the clock ticks off a minute something good goes over our counter. GOOD, yes, so good that Unmakes every customer a repeater. Make our Store a Schoolroom for studying Values and a place to get posted on good things. "We are wholesale and retail dealers in Flour, Meal, Meat, Shipstuff, Hay, Corn, Straw, Fertilizer, American Wire fence. Furniture, Stoves and Ranges, and all kinds of Farming Tools. Our doors are open come often look around but don't feel that you have to buy, DON'T FORGET THE PLACE. CASTORIA &J t'-A- IW Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR Continued on last page Children Cry FGft FLETCHERS ' . fcTi Children Or feX FLETWtfR'S ' GEp. S. GRIFFIN & SON Livingston Kentucky .- :r !- rft i -- ' t'-- i'f "3$f2t r$ j. ,4X ' (9V33t" :vAul Ki mf"r. ""ft - t'j ,'"; tt'Sf iiiiitj, i t' - fcS1T. . .. - ,rtj. ? .fc- T l t' r- -. -- : 1 ;u-r.- R J W.inl il. .. ...fc. . ...., .. ,Bbi..i ,..,.- -. 1, qi ii . . . -- m - ., - - .. r, ., ....,.-..- ., rt. -- MT.VERNON SIGNAL L Pickett are visiting relatives in Paris this week. Mr". Edd Quinn, of Pari:-- , is visiting Friday, Sedt. 8, 1916 her parents, Mr. and Msa J. B Hayse. Mrs. Jan-.- Coloway has Published every Friday by returued home to Paris after a frw EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. days visit with her sou, G.Y.C' !'- way. Airs. J. H. Owens n t. en $1.0 very sick for a few days iTisscRirTiou oku ykar bet time. Hobo. Griffin, ter at this Advertising rates raaac known on who has a job as biaki .nan. was Our with ome folks Sunday application bridge near town has beeii repaired and novv is safe for the public. MRMB1IU OP D. Thaeker. who KENTUCKY PllKSS ASSOCIATION Mr. and Mrs W. has been visiting in Pari:-- , has re turned home G. W. Mcf'ormack has moved his family into the lot lSX ?Y Jwf propeity of Dr. R.G. Webb.--Oschool began Monday with a large attendence and the outlook is good Miss Angie for a fine school. " SOME SPEECH- -' Po3Tnter, who has been quilt sick IIavk you read that speech of for some time is some better. Woodiv Wilson again accepting Miss Gertrude Evans of Brush the uoaiii-atiofor President? Ii " you, Creek, has been visiting her cousin yon h.iv"nt, " do-- on Mrs. Abe Miss iMae Evans get it and stcdy it. It's truly a ' sttsa winder ' ; what some folks Evens visited relatives at Brush Tuesday. Rev. Jones went would call " a corker." It is the Creek, to Pine Hill, Monday, to hold serwork of a master mind, moved O. R. Foley by a consuming desire to be of vices. Mr. and Mrs. and cnildren, of Paris, have rethe greatest service to the whole turned home after visiti g Mrs. country. His Work coiHu-ivc-l- y proves him to be the peoples Foley's parents, Mr. and Mrs J.C. O. Franklin, L & N. President. Ever does h keep Maguire. S their best interest .11 Ik .it. ii watch inspector, was here Tues striwh at all times to enact lav. day. Mrs. L H.Rice, who has been which wnl be fui the adyacnunen. visiting relatives here for a few and betterment of the whole na- days; has returned to her home at Winchester.--Mr- . and Mrs. David tion. His recoid is one of pledges children left WednesRatnboand and p. onuses luiiiiled. day for Washington, Old Port What has he doue for the farmer? The Rural Credit System, Coinfon, Newpoi'. News and other Eastern cities. Mrs Geo. S Grif RePost, and Mrs - Taniac's Good WILL MR HUGHISS ANSWER? The following ir. taken from without his consent and ..' - - ..nil.ic....i..iiiwiri Man conies into .. ' niww this world " it flamitolin L i Hi .MUUUIU fo editorial published in th New York World ot Julv 25. 1. Why is Wll Street for Hughes 2 ? Why is the German vote for ht Now Valuable Hughes? 3. Whv are the great financial inteiv.-.-t hub are blih plotting lo .substitute a central hank for the 1 1 ur 1. Why are the tariff monopolis who dictated the schedules of the A good reputation is the beat tariff th.ng In life, and a good reputa repudiated Payne-Aldri- ch for Hughes ? lion is wjrth as much to a medi5. Why are the chief opponents cine as it to an individuil neutiality for American of The truth of this is clearly Hugh is ? brought out by the fact tlid: buss i- ti.-i.n- Thousands of Ken and Women Rcsrn'p l Are Daily Testifying Hughes.? lo Merits. hVdt-rn- S5vf.ttm fur b Why are the advocates of ness men, professional, men, ar armed intervention and war with and women in all wdlcof iile whose common practical judg Mexico for Hughes.? are the trusts for 7. Why ment guides them in all acts .nd s. n thePaicel the Federal serve Act have been passed for their benefits. The Junctions ci the Department of Agriculture have b..en extended so that it is possible for the fanner to learn systematically where the best markets aie and how to gel at them. The Department of Labor is now put at the disposal of the working man when in search of work. The country was without Pittsburg. Monday, visiting relatives Frank Orndoff, of fin, was in any national system of road con struction and development and one has been inaugurated by this wise President. This means xnach to the farmer, for it is over the roads that he must take bis products to the markets. The farmers have at last been placed on the same footing with other business interests. He can go to the National Bank and pledge his fjrm or crop for credit. Our farmers are more prosperous than ever. i'he Signal believes that the farmers are not ungrateful; that the laboring people will give credit whenever credit is due; that they appreciate the unselfish, wise and patriot :c service President Wilson has rendered. With all the.se good things, he has kept us out of war, horrible war, thatj devastated land, breaks up happy homes, tares fathers from wife and children and brings sorrow, blood-she- d and poverty. While war is raging all about us, peace and prosperity reigns thru-othis great Country. Surely the voters will stop and think. How can any real patriotic citizen help but say: "God Bless you, ut President Wilson! We appreciate what you have done. We are Americans and as such we shall vole and work for your reelection." LIVINGSTON C E. Hellard. of Mt. Vernon, was Ur- - here Tuesday between trams en route to lMy, on account of the illness of one of his grand children. Ben Hellard, and Mr. and Mrs.Sam Hellard, were called to Lily, Tuesday, on account of the serious iliness of one of Geo. Hellard's children. The wedding we spoke about a couple weeks a;:o will take place in a few days. We will tell you all then. C. O. Greenwell will, in a few days, move his family back to Lebanon Junction. J.H. Browning is very sick at this writing. The follow ing citizens went to Lexington to hear Gov. Hughes speak Tuesday, viz: Dr. W. T Amyx, W. M. Pon der, F. M. Ponder, W. M. McCul- iem, and Mr. and Mrs. John Hen-soMiss Ella Mae Blanlord is visiting relatives at Lebanon Junction and Louisville. -- Joseph Oliver, who was once a citizen of our town, out now a merchant of Wir caester, was here a few days ago shaking hands with his mauy friends. Come again Joe, our latch, strings is always on the outside to yu. Mr and Mrs. Robis-to- a and two pretty little daughters 'have returned home to Illinois after a few days-visiwith Mr. and Mrs. R'bsc&.Cregory.r Mr, n. Louisville has been visiting relaO. J. tives here for a few d.Tys. & C. E. Rice went to Lexington, to hear Gov. Hughes speak. Weil, the strike is settled for a while 'and we hope forever, as this is something that would come home to us all and wruld have paralyzed the world, but now as it is all over the world moves along just the same -- Mrs Luther Owens. Mrs. Will Scott and Lizzie Todd, of Quail, have returned home after spending a few days with their s.sters. Mrs. Lse Reynolds and Mrs J H. Walton, on Klondyke Mrs George Black mountain. and Miss Georgia McDaniels, of Covington, are visiting lelatives Rev. Baker, of London, here. filled his regular appointment at the Christian church. Saturday and Sunday. Judge Lair, of Mt Vernon, was down a lew days ago visiting his daughter, Mrs. G. D. Cook, and it is surprising how lively the old gentleman is, and he is S4 years old, and from his appearence and the way he gets about you would take him for 00 or GF years old Jane Neal who has been working in Covington, was at home a few day this week. Mrs. Sue Mulhns has returned home from Mt. Vernon after a few days visit with relatives there. Mr. aud Mrs. T. J. Nicely and n children were down from Mt. visiting Mr and Mrs. W. G. Niceley. Well, business is going to pick up in the political lines. opened their The republicans campaign at Lexington, Tuesday, and in a 'ew day the democrats will follow suit and then the ball will start roiling and from now until November we are going to see the dad gnmdest political fight that the United Slates ever witnessed, aud the dear people (the voters), are going to hear oratory from every corner and cross roads from now until the election is over,but as for us we are not wor. ring, for we have done figured out how it will end and we will bet a jug of butter milk on the result. 1 I er-no- conclusions, are daily testifying to the merits of Tanlac ' Tanlac " lnii become a house-wor- d. d Its success it. and its fame is bused ver- aolid'y on its accomplishments in nearly two millions lnnits Tanlac is is uatur'e own lemeoy. It is pure ly a vegetable compound, made from roots, herbs, liowers and berks The ingrtdients for this wonderful remedy aie gathered in the remotest parts of the world. From the far north woods to Argentine, below the equator; in Russia Asia, the Alps, Pyren-njse- . on the sunny shores of Italy. From Brazil, Sumatra, Peru, the West Indies, and the slopes of own timber topped Rocky Moun tains come the ingredients th.n., under the personal direction of the noted chemist Joseph W.n Tiiiuback. are compounded in.u Tanlac. Tanlac acts like magic against stomach trouble, g s fei mentation; dizziness, bloatirg, and heavy distressed reelings alter meals it attacks poison in the blood, correct disease conditions of the liver and kidneys, and restores them to uonu-i- l condition Tanlac works wonders where men and women suffer from cat troubles which may be indicated by any one ot the follow- symptoms; coughing or mucous, offe isive breat, dizziness, loss ol flesh, ringing in the head or ears, headache, pains in side or stotn ach regions, indigestion, ploating of the stomach, constipation, or dyspepsia. Tanlac is ah invigorant, appefi zer, tonic ard builder of titsuos. It cleauses the entiie system ot wastes and vitalizes the blood and brings Jjack coior to the cheek and sparkle to the ejes. Tanlac is being intoduced in R. H. MilMt. Vernon at Drug also at Central ler, and Livingston, fohn Co., Robins' Drug Store, Brodhead W. M Owens' store, Burr, Line Bros., Crab Orchard. S. E. Reynolds and Welch Eerea: J Son, Bee Lick, where the Tanlac Man explains its met its. unp-ecedea.-rhal Hughes.? are the champions of mtlitaiv conscription for Hugheo.? 9. Why are all the elements of political reaction and po'.iticat GENUiNE ALWAYS Bourbonism for Hughes. 10. Why is every enemy of fEears the Signature of ijl, financial and corporation reform lor Hughes.? There is not an intelligent who will not admit that except for Wall Street, Big Bus-mand the German vote Mr. 1 Hughes would have practically no chance ot election This suppoit Th Kind You Have Always Bought is the backbone of his campaign, j THE CENTAUR COM RAN V. NEW YORK CITY. Some of the Republican candi-- 1 m2 Wk 1 i3i didatc-'friends are already boast frjferJKnJil - iMfL MHBBLMIIB ' mg that a larger campaign fund fis m cin be raised in Wall Street this ' ? wi year to elect Hughes than Mark 1 oo-o-i- s; ta w (rssJ, Hacnablaok-jackete- d out of the g mmm H corporations to McKinley Catarrh means inflammation. 111 i9)o. There must be a reason Inflammation is the stagnation w. S3 for this coutidnce, and a similar of blood the gorging of the reason for the conference that circulation with impure blood. Irive been held between the f Of course you can't be well under this condition. It means, headaches, Hughes manager and leaders o indigestion, kidney trouble, coughs, . colds, etc the German propaganda What central idea of ihe Hughes The standing of a Bank is deter? campaign? that Wall Street mined by the law under which it opercreases the circulation, invigorates the ates, and by the ability and character witl put up the money to organize system, removes the vaste matter and of its management. brightens you up. -the German vote in all the dotih s The conservative methods of this f ul and that the Gernndi Years Bank, its record of 15 years of sucOf sen-icto the public entitles it to a vote will make Mr. Hushes cessful banking, and the courteous place with you. President. treatment extended to all, are its best Makes Good recom mendations. Mr Hughes may ans wr that The Peruna Company Columbus, Ohio while all these sinister interests You can get Peruna in tablet form YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED, for convenience. are for him, he is not lor them That was Mr. Hearst's jeoiy in of Vernon 'H6 when Mr. Hughes ask-- d why FOR SALE MT. VERNON, KY. he wj's Murphy's Candida e for O :e farm of I29 'icres located m Governor The answer was not one and one half miles f.om Pine r satisfactory ten years ago wtvm bltll, llockcastle Co, Kentucky. iii wzm. Mr. Hears: gave it as his excuse One mile trom Dixie High Way 3 Ho-o- o 1 tnd it cannot be satisfactory now. miles north of Livingston, 90 acres In Mr. Hughes case a couplete under fence 5o acres in cultiva- m m v reply is do..bly necessary. When tion and paure. One go.)d six sn,im he was governor of New York his room d willing house, bam and Poultry State was wrecked by the sime necessary out buildings, one 4 Poultry j kind of influences that are now room tenant house, good wells Ship us your Poultry and receive trying to make him President at both places. Plontv of fruit, highest price and prompt returns They put him into office to sa"e a splendid vein of coal under- a corrupt Republican organization ; lying the whole farm, opened up and a rotten sstem of govern and in good rnnniug condition. WHOLESALE :s-k- . w ment. Having used him success- There is good sale for the coal V.sv-.'.COMMISSION MERCHANTS &r' .MSjUWAIOWflSV Jiil fully, they made sure that he at both Pine Hill and Livingston i'a Wt"t?Si:1T V4f: iav n&L . .iWA- t should not overthrow either the Some timber on the place. " 44 Walnut St., Cincinnati, O. af-- s v i&jKjr-c- r x&miles One mile to church, organization or the system, and -i-TsC f'ey had their way. noes anv to school. For further informaPresident Wilson on behalf of rational man doubt that thev tion, call or address. E- B. Cox Mt Vernon, Ky. the nation, accepted Monday the would have their way aoin If farm near Hodgenville.Ky , where Mr. Hushes became President; M STOP THE FIRST COLD. Abraham Lincoln whs bDrn. the No tn:mV llfUV trrnt Jho ....wr ,....,., .....w,. ., ,, , . Memorial Hall that shelters the or how lott.v the personnt charac- Acoa cu,es no1 et weu OI u" historic log im bin and the mainte- ter of a candidate for President self. The process of wearing out a the lung. In addition, Vick's is absorbed Salve Relieve by through the skin, relieving the tightness nance fun.--i of $5. 000 lo conserve may be, it is ?ust and right that cold weirs you out, and yonr co'ri Vick's be Inhalation and Absorption and soreness. the property as a national shrine. he shouhl bv ?udged in a large becomes serious if neglected, measure Vick's can be applied over the throatand the support that he Hacking coughs drain the energy No Dosing. His address was a pan&gfiric upon rallied to his cause. Mr. chest and covered with a warm flannel Hughes aiu SJip the vitilrv. For 47 years "Ko need to take internal medicines or cloth or a little put up the nostrils or Lincoln and a tribute to his givat has had a great cleat to say about the happv combination of sooth habit forming drugs for these troubles. melt a little in a spoon and inhale the vawMi "ot jng- antiseptic balsams in Dr. When VickV'Vap-O-Rtib- " Americanism! eloquent the. timuluvand Salve isapplied pors arising. Also for Asthma and Ilay counsel for a continuance of the President Wilson. When he made King's New Discover has healed to the heat of the body, soothing, medi- r ever, rub Vick's well over the spinal col cated vapors are released that are inhaled umn to relax the nervous tension. 25c, speech the spirit ot democtvey in which his tell the f acceptance he failed coughs and relieved c ngestion-t- all night long throusrh the air passages to 50c, or $1.00. American people what Young and old can testifv to the he said: " Here we may torever ne ir.ou;nt r.t tne 3ST wait tiLreer- - 0rrtivc.iucc of n. Xnr'c m0, dem - j G,nan Alliance, without whos Discovery keep alive this vestal fire of for cougiis and colds. ocracy as upon a shrine at which money and votes ne could never T?,,v n hntilp M.t, hope to be elected? some of the deepest and most giti 50c. sacred hopes of mankind friay Jromageto age be enkindled." 8. iVhy in-d- usti against his will. During his t iy on earth his time is spent in a continuous round of contraries aid misunderstandings. In ins in. fancy he is an angel In his boy hood he is a devil. In his manhood he iseveiy thing from a lizird up. j In hi. dulifs ho is a toil if he has no family he is lommitiug race j a check he is a suici te. Ii he thiet aud ihf bw raises Cain with him. If he s a poor man he is a poor 111 iirijj-'- i an a has no sense If he is rich he is dishonest, but is considered very smart. If he is in politics hei-- . a grafter and a crook. It he is out of politics you can no: p'.ae him, as he is an undesirable citizen If he goes to Church he is a hypocrit; If he does not go to Church he is a siwiier. If he donates to foreign missions he does it for a show; It he doesn't he is called a tight wad. When he comes into the world every body wauts to kiss him; before he goes out they want to kick If he dies young tiure was a great future before l.im ; If he lives to a ripe old ago he is in the way, and only living to save Tuneral expenses Children HE3 JBHaBSSi' Cry for Fletcher's & i Hta riuff E 1 1 4 Just-as-good H The Kind You Have Always Bought, and "which has been in use for over SO years, lias borne the signature of and has been made under his per-l- y sonal supervision since its infancy. yf.. f'tZccSi&Zt. Allow no one to deceive yon in this. " are hut All Counterfeits, Imitations and ' Experiments that trifle "with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. Oil, PareCastoria goric, Drops and Soothing Syrnps. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys V.'orms and allaj'S Feverishness. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething1 Troubles and. Diarrhoea. It regnlates the Stomach aud Bowels, assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Blether's Friend. CASTORS What is snhstitnto for Castor A is a harmless C ASTORIA Re-puol- ican ess tfrY J'4C&C&'?& Years For In Use Over s jfe n V EaRMWMBJ&MT wSiMllliltQJi urrauriBfliBv- r--:: mm ftii-o-n-r- v re-ele- m m sreruna Over 44 e Clean, Strong and Safe ajs?.-- St-te- It The Bank Mt. j UM -o-oj g 4 HouchensBros. K- A-i.--' e L. 1 '- l4 - -. New Treatment for Bronchitis, Asthma, Catarrh and Head Colds -V- ap-O-Rub" - tn-dn.- v vrmi-Hmo- vicK'sm The President spent an loo REWARD, 00. Th e readers of this paper wil be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is catarrh. Catarrh being great! v influeuced by constitutional conditions re quires constitutional treatment Hall's Catarrh Cnre is taken internally and acts thru the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the System thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, giving the patient streugth by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work. The pro prietors hava so much faith in the curative powers of- Hall's Caaarrh Cure thay otfsr One Hundred Dollars for any case that cannot be cured. Send for list of testimonials. Addres : F. . Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all Druggist 75c. - hoar sight-seei- ng in Louisville on his return from Hodgenville and departed at 5 o'clock for Washington. He was welcomed by cheering crowds at everv place where he appeared throughout the day. PURE & FRESH DRUGS - i3i9i44 Saved Girl's Life I Black-Draught," 59Pf j&JdJLVJj "I want to tell you what wonderful benefit FORGETYOUR ACHES lame back make life a burden. If you suffer from rheumatism, gout, lumbago, neuralgia, get a bo'.tie of Sloan's Liniment, the universal remedy for pain. Easy to apply; it penetrates without rubbing and sooth the tender flesh. Clean er and more effective than mussy For ointments or poultices. sprains or strains, sore muscles or resulting wrenched ligaments from strenuous exercise Sloan's Liniment' gives qnick relief. Keep it on hand for emergencies. At Stiff fccees, aching limbs, Your Prescriptions filled by an experienced man We want your business Don't forget to ask us about or m ceived from the use of Thedford's Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky. "It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds, liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe Black-Draug- ht saved my little girl's life. When she had the measles, they went in on her, but one good dose of Thedford's Black-Draug- ht made them break out, and she has had no more trouble. I shall never be without have rewrites 9 THEDFORD'S LAC-OHA- U Kodaks Kodaks your druggist. 20c. t eASTOR r Qiul&ren Or FLETCHER'S, ?03 j, 'pf-- x R.H. MILLER, Druggist Mt. Vernon, Ky. , in my home." For constipation, indigestion, headache, dizziness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar ailments, Thedford's Black-Draug- ht has proved itself a safe, reliable, gentle and valuable remedy. If you suffer from any of these complaints, try Black-Draug- ht It is a medicine of known merit Seventy-fiv- e years of splendid success proves its value. Good for young and oid. For sale everywhere. Price 25 cents. U-6- 7 r h' 9j i ttWS&Mlt w r:t a 'g'''fefr'fe " ad m. c9iby H T "1 y8JgVftg-yiia-:r?l- y - !40tfi ftr. Hays,, i MT. VERNON SIGNAL! M-p VHBm ....b..'... up Tw a , .Simr. ft . Tv v v, MO. 7Q" ..-f- ,i . 79 wn o toCommi cute with SIGNAL men Ty Q , J V? 5. 5 S IE?? R Co. oc.tv t.e .. H.hvh T ME TABLE. 25 uo'.in.. 5.I0 p 21 noun 23 south L'i -- ... m d:ob a m 5f.il; ... .n:44 a n ... 12:11 a ui IaS. Lasdrom, Assent. Phn --.0 X... S. Mitoren i- - M' - W-m- Ky. iM.'til p- ia.:..l- :. P F. ic V 0S A L S. sick tion. i s RiinrOy has bes.ii very week wih acute indiges- W M. chant, very :icic Mi.v Rose Mel'ord, who is now in Hdou, is expected in ML. Vernon st.ou. Mr and Mrs. C. H. Mu.lins of Stanf- d are with i datives here - Owens, the Burr meris some better, but still this v k with H. Coffey, K.; J. V BtOivn. is located ner t ie tunnel on the Colic and .i trrho ; . often come on meeting. Crab Orchard a Scribe; V C Tate, Treasurer; relatives t. U Somiiset toroaJ. at The remains In addition to the Boonesboro sudde-.i- a id it i ' -thL graetest week or more. treated rest Pop ar Give Loop and the Chillicothe Exten- im.j.tui 'that Gentry. C. of H ; Rev. ti T. were lriid - iy Cons m a Young, P S.; R H. Miller. R.A C; Jemetery, Monday he ulfering Mrs. T J Pennington, sion there is the West Loop from pr,n .red until a tion of last week wiUi iriends Jas Proctor, M 3rd V.; A G l that must be poi The following is the list cf Lexington to Richmond there is in M.2nd V.; J. H Wolf, M 1st V.; Rockcastle people who wore in t le Ashville Loop from Ashville physician arriveo or medicine can loand Jas. Ricoh's. Sentinel. John D. Henderson is now Lexington. Tuesday, some tow ou .N. C, to Hickory Division. Five-ixth- s be obtained Chanberlain's Colic, Made in all styles, grades and sizes all prices for cated at Middlesboro instead of of the route has been Com Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy A new ferry boat was launched account of the Good Roads meet men, women and children. has a reputation second to none CamKelson. at Livingston a few days ago by ing. but a very large per cent, to pleted from Louisville to Lexing for the quick reiief which it Every pair is made of hone3t leather. No substitutes Mr j. V. H..ks?r was in Louis the Livingston Commercial Club, tear Justice Huhe, speak. The ton, N C , the remaining one for leather are cer used. Obtainable everywhere. villo Monday buying fail and which insures the traveling publL- hst is as ft Hows.: Sheriff Cain ixth, being through the rnoun We have a big stock of the Genuine "Star Brand" win'.er jjouds. vvith safe pass-agShoes, with tliu maker's name on the sole and their star across Rock Mullins, Deputy Sheriff W.,de bains of Kentucky and it is expect Wanted:- - it you have any Inon the heel. Mr and Mis V H. Fish aecm-pa- i cas.le river and at the reasonable Livvsav, R. L. Lang ford. Luthur ed to be completed by June of dian relics such as stone pipes, Manns, J. Fish, il J.MuliinsTw M next year. The original Boone e led the road boosters to Lex- chargeof 50 cen's for each Don't just go into any store and ask for them, but Bullock, Circuit Clerk T. J. Nice .Vay is five hundred miles iu arge flint spears, grooved axes, come to us. ington, Wednesday. carried over. The former pots and bowls, shell beads, etc., cost of crossing the river va a ley, JudgeL.W.Btthurum, County length and was commenced in found in caves, graves and old G o. Fredericks is reported , Deput-Sh- i June 1813. ver sick with a deep cold which little steep, rangirg all the way Attorney E R. fields. Write to W. L. Griffin, riff Jack Ahney. D.ve Clark Mr. Maret, who is a State Road fiom $3 00 to S5o.no a car, aur hab.ila: st reached pneumonia Somerset, Ky., aud get his prices Blanton of Harlan many avoided making the trip Wallace Lawell, U.S.ierry, H.h inspector has been in Winchester on them. Misses P. : ? IJ&SV-ft 3 wd74KS-K3823 &? of the unreasonable Wood, C. C Wood, Dave Carter everal months in the employ of County have been visiting Mr oecause G a i QSS- 4PJ cj & QM a EK5. pr. by the owner of Dr. W. T. Amyx, Chas. Rice.Jr. the State. He is the founder of cost maintained 9H' and Mrs. Joe B. Xoe for a few ARE YOU LOOKING OLD? the first ferry bntlt. This is only Emerson Rice. R. H Hicks, Wil :ie Boone Way and as a reward -weeks. Old age comes quick enough vr ! one of the many good things that Robins, Dr. M Pennington, Hon. E or his efforts in this direction gasgmteigOTS: Miss Jennie Morrow Miller has Livingston's Commercial Clubcau Bullock aud K.J.McKinney. Her vas elected president of the without inviting it. Some look old at forty That is because they leturned from a several weeks stav do for that already good towu. bert Cox was also one of the Association and has been very with Mr. and Mrs. S.W. Davis, at cheulfeur of J. Fish's ictive in this movement since it reglect the liver and bowels. Keep The Graded School opened your bowels regular and your Mystic. .vas started four years ago. He undermost favorable conditions jar. liver healthy and you will not only C. D. Sutton has been in Cin lime from Mt. Vernon the home for a successful years work. Prof The Rockcastle Oil and Gas Co , feel younger but look younger. cinnati most of the week buviug D. H. Lyon, is the new principal it the Bo6ne Way BETHURUM & LEWIS I movement have oil in a very simll quantity When troubled with constipatio goods for that splendid firm Sut who comes to us very highly Jther officers of the Association For Infants and Children, in the well now going down on take Chamberlain's Attorneys at Law ton ic McBee. are H. B. Varner. Vice President biliousness A uiQUP Cft!in-Vr.llU--mended, and during his short the Gran Cummins farm Tablets. They are intended especi- Will practice in all the Courts. ??n IT.nJ iuu iiuic ftinujo uuuiu This of iuiiu mother,' Mrs. Cleo Brown and Lexington, N. C , and Henry has made friends rapidly. small ally for these ailments and are oi oil was Bears the Roberts, Vice President of TennOffice in Bethurum Building. Mr. Mary Milliams, wiil go toCov The patrons are well pleased wth depthamount feet and upfound of 105 excellent. Easy to take and most to this Signature of ington today to spend a shcrt his manner of taking hold and feel essee and Virgini 1, of Bristol rime there has not been any iu agreeable in effect. Obtainable Mt Vernon, Ky. ter while with Judge and Mrs. it G. that under his supervision, that Sun. crease or noticeable decrease everywhere. Williams. the best results will be obtainer . The well is now down about The church differences which 350 B. f. Bethurum adjourned T. N Xoe, the chairman of the Judge feet, and for the last few feet the have existed between the two iac court Monday, an i went to Lex- board of trustee was the only have been in the black shale.whkh lions of Old RSSB Providence church. ington to hear Justice Hughes, member of the buard preseut, is always found before striking the which was finally brought into returning from there to his home while the number of patrons iu o:l sand. It does not mean thai court, was settled Monday by in Somerset. eluded about the usual number oil is . always found where the It is charged by some Mr. aud Mrs.E.M.Blick. of Cov- who are always on hand, to en- black shale appears but it is a fact that J.L.Davis has been the cause ington, and Mrs. W. R. Dilliou, of courage both m words and acts that the blak shale is found, be of thejtrouble, some says not, but London, have been the guests ot those who aie to have charge and fore striking the oil sand. Indi- in the articles of agreement setany- -Judge and Mrs.G.M. Ballard dur- do the instructing. The other cations of a good strike become tling the trouble he is not to of the faculty are, more flattering each day members ing the week. and the preach in the church again uules G-ASTLMisses Georgii McFerron, Win members of Mrs. S C. Franklin was hostess the Rockcastle Oil called by the unanimous vote of at a lawn party on Wedue?day af- me y I'slin, Clde Watson, and & Gas Co., feel confident that they the church. This same rule apMa-Bradley, holding the same are going to ternoon, honoriug Miss Maud strike oil right where plies to all preachers. It is hoped Kowlee, of Wichita, Kansas. Miss places as last year. The two new they are now drilling. If a good that the trouble which has existed Rowlee was a former high school members are Mis Ruth Mullius, producing well is frund, there will on the west side for some time teacher here, and the guet list second aud third grades, and Mr. certainly be soraetniug doing in settled and that it can remain so. was composed ot the young people jack Lunceford, sixth and seventh old Rockcastle. The Mt. Vernon Graded who were her pupils at the lime grades. The Baptist Association was TlEWggWTTJI'',"-'-ilJ:rea- ' and High School is one of the few The Good Roads Boosters from held at Maple Grove church Tueshe lelt. edited schools found in towns Virginia and Tennessee, scheduled sday and Wednesday. September 16 Saturday, Large Judge L W. Bethurum one of acci the size of Mt. Vernon Prof to arnve here at 1 o'clock, Mon crowds present each day and a the goueral Committee named to Lyon mentioned this fact in his day, reached here at 10 p m., and splendid meeting is September Saturday, the report go 10 Hcdgouville, was there Mon short talk to the pupils and pat of course there was no kind of a that come back from those who day aud witnessed the ceremonies rons at the opening and in order meeting held in Mt. Vernon. They atteudsd. in the acceptance of the deed by September 19 Tuesday, to maintain this standard, were so completely worn out, Wilson for Lincoln President & N3CcaRSiONRATES must be had from pat that the only thing in order with L farm. The Judge s; ys it was a September Round trip Lexington $2.55 Wednesday, . rons, pupils and teachers alike them was to go to bed, which most impressive ceremony and Let us hope lor one of the best they did as quickly as possible. Sept Gth limited to 3 days account J was witnessed by over 20000 September years in the history of the school When the party reached Mt. Ver- - Fall Race Meeting Kentucky people. and in order to have it, boost in non, there were only nine left out Association. September Saturday, Mis. Huston McFerron, and stead of knocking, have your of some fifteeu or twenty Round trip Lexington $3.15 who had daughter Miss. Georgia, delight- children spend their evenings at made the start. There were seven Sept 9 and Sept I3 limited to fully entertained Mr. and Mrs. home and require them to put in cars September started, three Fords, one three days account Fall Race Tuesday, C. H. White, and daughter, Mae at least two hours study each Packard, one Hudson, one Buick meeting Kentucky association. Lillian, aud Mrs. Jerome Adams evening irstead of Spending their aud one Round trip Winch ester $ 2.35 September Wednesday, Overland.. The Fords at a 6 o'clock dinner Tuesdav evenings loafing on the streets; reached Mt. Vernon and that was Sept 8 and 9th limited Sept 10 evening after which they all opening Democratic and don't expect your child, if it all. Several left their broken account September Saturday, the Boone does not study, to make the same down cars at a motor ride aud State Campaign. Middlesboro and took Way Opera, making it a pleasant progress as your neighbor's child the train for Lexington. Round trip Memphis $18.20 October Those all. evening for Sapt 7 and 8 limited to Sept i4 which has the study period at who started in the Fords, kept On last Saturday, while at the home, In a few words, do your plugging right ahead, although, account The Concobusted order 6 October Friday, depot waiting for his train to part, see that your child does its they only had two and t'iree cyl- of Hoo Hoo come to Mt Vernon, Judge R. G. part, and when the close of the inders working, and one car com7 October Saturday Tanlocis now being introduced Williams was taken suddenly very year is uere, the kicks which often pletely without a brake of any LOST, STRAYED Olc STOLEN: sick, and for several hours his con- come from dissatisfied patrons, kind. The party left for LexingA brown tilly 1 3'ear old with dition was considered alarming. will not be heard. If your child ton early Tuesday morning, be- Office will be open on all days to receive was rushed off to the hospital does not get on the honor roll ing accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. iron gray tail, strayed- or was He Office settle dates or where he remained two or three don't blame the teacher, you and, W.H, Fish, R.L. Collier, that good taken, from my place Aug 5th. Please . meet me on the above dajs before being able to be re your child are the ones. If your roads man joined them at Grab Liberal reward for her return or information leading to .her recov- your moved to his home. A late re child fails on examination don't Orchard. About the Sam Fields Mt Vernon Ky. port from him says that he is dothe faculty, the trouble is ment made by any of the party on ery. 2G 3 t. ing very nicely but will have to at your own home. The teacher the roads question, was that Aug M " be quiet for several days. The ex- must do his part but he cannot do Boone Way is certainly needed Sheriff Rockd act nature of his trouble we have it all, don't think he can and don't between Mt. Vernon,. ,und Pine. FR FLETCHER'; ville. Uw. learned. expect it. &aIjMr J e B. Noa h'S :.r -e: The three mouths old child of. Better suits for $i5.00 at Fish's. from Springfield, Green Co., Mo Mr and Mrs. Burgess ilysingerj Rusel Proctor, of this place, T30RN. August 29th. to the wife I f mum-f ' ntn..iL died esterday morning of spinal jand Miss Lottie Young, of Win- '"1 of Dock Clifford a girl -in Rockcastle. rouble. Lexing-toChester, were tnarnel a Rev Barnes filled his appointment rl i4. E S. Cre-- s and son, last week. Thev were mar- - at Mt. Pisgah. James Arnold Wui Collier and Mary Stur Freldon Cress, of Notawaka, Kan geou of Lincoln County were rit'd Monday and spending' a has 11:0. 'ed to his brother's, Wm. arrived last Saturday morning married here Monday by County few days in Louisville this week. Arnold's house, near Alt. Vernor. The Signal joins a host of friends irom their western home. They fudge Ballard. and Mrs. Robert Harmon will be the guests of Mrs. Kliz. i extend n the uUi'l hand. d ugh'.er. Miss Clara. Sun The firm of Proctor & Mc abeth Uieb, ne.r Wabd, for two Winchester is included hi the day with Mrs George Percilul. Kcn.ie builders and contractors They called at Signal weeks oone Born, August 26th, to the wire of have dissolved . S. T. Pioi tor Boonesboro loop of the oltice. Mi s - boy. boiii'bt tne interest ot ,l ii 11 c High way and the plan lor the Etnmitt :1 ' Bel'tl1'' Cy pent Monday LOCAL Kenie and will run the business extension of the route from rs. otepliPn ei, iioonesboro, passing through Win- with he Buy your Fall Shoes at Fish's. alone. (Jarpontei. a' M :. emon. Mis-chester. Paris, Maysville and on Miss. Ardilla Brown aud Mr. New line of Ladies slices at Chillicothe, Ohio, will be propos Lucy iiind .i" Mt Vernon, speit Ivan Roberts, were married at Fish's. ed at the meeting of the Appala- Sundav wis, ner OMi;ins, Misses Jell co Ten n.. Aug 21th. Mrs. ic at tins Langdon Memorial school opens chian Jioad Association which Jennie i.i.d Addle Roberts is a daughter of Mr. and .lis. Guar s i'ietches is will lie held in Lexington, on Sep place. next Wednesd y. Mrs. W. H. Brown 01 this place numb red with the sic.v Little This is indicated on Henry Roberts 01 Bristol, was and very popular. Mr. Roberts temoer 7. HupLtu Carmicaiis o tte- .b writelected President Southern Appa s a yo.ing farmer of tin; Maret-our- a 'm.ip of the Boone Way, which ing Rev. Larmica! isiiP'l his has been prepared by President laelran Good Road Association ai section. They will tmeiu a Sinl ing Va hy, SatLexington tins week. near town and have the best James Maret of the Boone Way urday and Sund iv - Mrs Jack Association and founder of the T. .1. Pennington has bad the wiihes ot their many friend.--, i'or ot Cincinnati, has Plumed loute which extends from Louis- Kirb, a happy future. residence which he purchased ville to Lexington, North Caroli- home alter pendiiu sever. J days from D. C Price raised about two with friends and rd itivu- at this Thomas Brown,' prominent na bringing it up to a level witii farm er a. d citizen of the Walnut teel, Mr. Maret has the map on dis- place. Mr. and Mrs Heary the side walk. A great imo:ove Grove section jusr Bloas, spent. Jaturday of the line play at the from a health standpoint in Puhslci C juntv di 'd suddeily ment with the hitter's Pfiarm icy and it was made ex and Sunday 10 suy uothing of the appearance brother, John W. Kirby, at this ast Sunday at his home. De ith pressly to present at the meeting in looks. :aused by a blood vessel burst which will be held uext month. place. e biain. The line from M0nd.1v evening was the rtgu- - ing and overflowing Richmond to CHAMBERLAIN S COLIC, Mr. Boonesboro, on the of otticers, of Mt. Ver iccording to thi iar election Kentucky Brown was 02 oars old, a Mason River is already opened and the CHOLERA AND DIUiRHOEA non Royal Arch Chapter No. 140 REMEDY The following officers were elected and the fit'ier of ni't-ei- i children, proposal of the extention of the This is a medicine hat every rle was the father f oar friend r.u-.and installed: will be submitted to the Dr. M Pennington. U P ; loln vV H Brown the meivh nit who Asocaiton at the Lexington family should b pro i leg vvith. 7t "-'-"- HOPEWELL - - u e mHMk j 1 . TO W-A so. m sp-n- t d ':. - :'- A 1"-- - 5 W &V wlw.1' ID s 1 I Yfk JS1 ! m f is 1 't va 0Ss CI 111 liil .. LiiljM. - 5-- g ap-po- n 1 -- - Kir-by- , o-e- r u-- ar Brown-Proctori- a you produce 40 to IFthe acre your cost bushels of cornless per bushel is f. phy-J.oi.i- n only 20 bushels. Therefore, you could sell more corn for a dollar than your neighbor. The same principle applies to shoes. Roberts, Johnson & Rand make more shoes than any other manufacturer. The more they make the less thej cost to make. This saving-goeinto extra quality. There are lots of good shoes, but than that of your neighbor who raises 1 s n--- v B-d- "Star Brand Shoes Are Better" - af-forb- s. - mi-chin- Ge-try- Brfdl te" a !' fesr' a&0&- nam-ber.beingt- he THE HOME OF GOOD SHOES re-io- CASTOR A n a-- a renn.:-Winches- fiS NQ To I or Tex Payers E OF ROCK COUNTY i- one of my Deputies will meet you at the fol lowing places to collect Taxes for iqi6: BRODHEAD, CONWAY, lb I ROCKFORD, DISPUTANTA, CLIMAX, WILDIE, Thursday, 20 2 26 27 30 3 23 en-jov- ed MULLINS STATION, ORLANDO, faVINGSTON, QUAIL, LEVEL GREEN, PONGO, The Sheriffs Taxes Tuesday, at my Taxes. to V-- only-com-censu- re Ciiildxen o CAM MULLINSi 1 L . I' T if ' -- i ;:. j f CAS TO y- - a. g'" rrTyr 'r 3 SUPPLIES PROMISES SCHOOL BOO AND SCHOOL part of the business of this year of reckoning and seti.cincn: to speak fContiuued from 1st page plainly and act with unmistakable purlobby pose in rebuke of these things. In orty. We have driven the tariff from cover and obliged it to substi- der that they may be forever hereafter tute solid argument for private influ- - iirfposribio. 1 am the an.ii.late of a is t'u e KEPT I S m OT i UiHDBTAICB J m must This extraordinary recital ioiuid like a platform, a list of saa-- i nine promises, but it is not. It is a ARE WHAT CHILDREN NKKD lOLord of promises made four years aj,o and now actually redeemed in conTI1ESK DAYS structive legislation. These things must profoundly disturb Uie thoughts and confound the plans of those who have made themselves beAND WE ARE ALWAYS GLAD lieve that the Democratic party neither understood nor was ready to assist the TO SHOW YOU WHAT business of the country in the great WK HAVE enterprises which it is its evident and inevitable destiny to undertake and carry through. The breaking up of the SCHOOL BOOKS ARE SOLD lobby must especially disconcert them, STRICTLY FOR CASH TO ALL for it was through the lobby that they sought and were sure they had found the heart of things. The game of privilege can be played successfully by ne other means. Fought by the Interests. This record must equally astonish 'Phone 87 CHAS L. DAViS. Proprietor those who feared that the Democratic party had not opened its heart to comMOTMMSw VBMMUWUaaWHIHHi prehend the demands of social justice. We have in four years come very near to carrying out the platform of the Progressive party as well as our own. for we also are progressives. There is one circumstance connected with this program which ought to be very plainly stated. It was resisted at every step by the Interests, which the to and Our line of Couch Caskets jw Ke'iubllcan party had catered country, fostered at the expense of the jM and these same interests are now is unexcelL-Hand-mad- e Joffins furnished u earnestly praying for a reaction which will save their privileges for the restoration of their sworn friends to Hearse sent to all parts of power before it is too late to recover ;the County. what they have lost. They fought with particular desperation and infinite reI y by vVire All sourcefulness the reform of the banking and currency system, knowing that to be the citadel of their control, and most anxiously are they hoping and planning for the amendment of the I". VERNON, KY. 94-M Phone federal reserve act by the concentration of control in a single bnnk which the old familiar group of bankers can keep under their eye and direction- - but. while the "big men" who used to write the tariffs and command the assls- lance ycyc&yc&x3& f, of the treasury have been hostile- - all but a few with vision the average & business man knows that he has been delivered and that the fear that was once every day in his heart that the men who controlled credit and directed enterprise from the committee rooms of I 'ongress would crush him Is there no more and will not return, unless the party that consulted only the "blc men' should return to power the par ry of masterly inactivity and cuimlne COMPLETE LINE resourcefulness in standing pat to re Coffins, Caskets, and Robes slst change. party is just the patThe llepublk-aMail, Telegraph or Telety that cannot meet the new condition phone orders Promptly of a new age. It docs not know the way. and it does not wish new con Filled ditions. It tried to break away from the old leaders and could not. Ther still select its candidates and dictntf its policy, still resist change stil' hanker after the old conditions, .stil" know no methods of encouraging busi V ness but the oM met hods. When I1 'hsinges Its leaui-r- . and its inirposo and brings its ideas up to date it wil" have the right to ask the Americai ieoi le to give it power again, but no' until then. A new aire, an age o revolutionary change, needs new pur .toses and new ideas. A & In foreign affairs we have been guid jd by principles elesvrly oik eived and up to. Perhaps the onsisteui.y II nave not L- en fully comprehended be cause they l.ave hither; o governed in '.eruational aft i'rs only in theory, no. in practice. They are obvious t easily stated and fundamental American Ideals. We have been neutral not only be cause it was the flxed and traditiona policy, of the United f'tttes to stan. aloof from the politics oi Europe am because we had had no part eiLhcr o action or of policy in the influence which brought on the present war, bu also because it was nian'festly ou duty to prevent. If it were possible the Indefinite extension of the tires ot hate and desolation kindled by conllict and seek to serve mar; 1 :3feoe9tot9fc-db(b- i kind by reserving t.nr strength an ntfTi(rt.-b-our resources for the anxious and dim - cagoicSS cult day.; of restoration and healin' which must follow, when peace wi nave to build its house anew. American Citizen, Above All. The rights of our own citizens, o course, became Involved; that was in uvitable. Where they did this was ou guiding principle that property right 'an be vindicated by claims for dam It is a familiar fact that a person lost in lges when the war is over, and n nodern nation can decline to arbitrati the woods wanders around iu circles to the such claims, but the fundamenta' right. The reason is found In the demonstrated rights of humanity cannot be. Tin d fact that the human race is and toss of life is irreparable. Neither cat direct violations of a nation's sover ed . That is the left leg is stronger elgnty await vindication In suits fo tendency than the right one; and the constant damages. The nation that violate-thesbecause of the greater activity of the left leg essential rights must expect t be checked and called to account b and the longer stride taken with it, is to bear lirect challenge and resistance. It al to the right. Locomotion is a continuous peonce makes the quarrel In part oui destrian match between the right leg and the own. These are plain principles, and we have never lost sighf of them oi left one, and the left is continually getting departed from them, whatever thr ahead. stress or the perplexity of circum just the way in money matters. Our stance or the provocation to hasty re sentment. The record is clear and con existance is a constant battle between spend sistent throughout and stands distinct " sbend-Ie- g " seems ing and saving, and our and definite for any oue to judge who the stoutest and is generally in the lead. To wishes to know the tiuth about it. The seas were not broad enough to overcome this the wise ones are handicapping keep the Infection of the conflict out "spending member" with a Saving Actheii of our own politics. The passions and count and are steering a staight course out of intrigues of certain active groups aud combinations of men among us who the forest of debt into the civilization of were born under foreign Hags injected peace and plenty. the poison of disloyalty into our own most critical affairs, laid violent hands upon many of our industries and subjected us to the shame of divisions of sentiment and purpose In which AmerF. L. THOMPSON Cashier. ica was contemned and forgotten. It U. G. BAKER Presdt. OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE Pioneer Drug Store .MCW zxzxxe: zyjmzemgmm ordars S Prompt Filled W. A. CXri 83qt3corp3K: - fhjbi i UNDERTAKER Auwe? j Brodhead Ky y 'mmsmmt jftf&p-JP&z--! X&X&Ptt&G& 33q:3C :'4pc3ro JONAS McKENZE THE OLL KtUlABLEj - A Merchandise A&x.'reoKx &Sx&xy$&c$x f Farm Implements S good line of General tna-terribl- Sfc35cfe askseacS'fe Left Leggednes right-handeleft-legg- It's THE PEOPLES BA NK Williaxiie. W, party, but I am above all things else an American citizen. I neither seek the favor nor fear the displeasure of that small alien element among us which puts loyally to any foreign "pow-- r before loyalty to the Tniied States. While Europe w.id at war our own continent, oue of oiir ivn neighbors, was shaken by revolution. In that natter, too. principle was plain, and it .:.. imperative that we should live up o it if we were to deserve the trust of ny rea. partisan of the right as free j.en see it. We have professed to and we do believe, that the peo !e of small and weak states have the ight to expect to be dealt with exactly as the people of big aud powerful states would be. We have acted upon hat principle in dealing with the peo-!of Mexico. Tho Mexican Situation. Our remit pursuit of bandits into Mexican territory was no violation of that principle. We ventured to enter Mexican territory only because there were no military forces in Mexico that -ould protect our border from hostile attack and our own people from violence, and we have committed there no single act of hostility or interference even with the sovereign authority of the republic of Mexico herself. It was i plain case of the violation of our own sovereignty which could not wait to be vindicated by damages and for which here was no other remedy. The authorities of Mexico were powerless to uevent it. Many serious wrongs against the iroperty, many Irreparable wrongs .igainst the persons, of Americans have :eeu committed within the territory of Mexico herself during this confused revolution wrongs which could not be effectually checked so long as there was no constituted power in Mexico which was in a position to check them. We could not act directly In that matter ourselves without denying Mexicans the right to any revolution at all which disturbed us and making the emancipation of her own people await our own interest aud convenience. For it is their emancipation that they are seeking blindly, it may be, and as vet ineffectually, but with profound and passionate purpose and within their unquestionable right, apply what true American principle you will-a- ny prin ciple that an American would publlclj avow. The people of Mexico bae uo been suffered to own their own countrj or direct their own Institutions. Outsifl ers. men out of other nations and too often alien to their own Lave dictated what their privileges am ipportuntties should he and wh ahonld control their land, their live, and their resources some of then Americans, pressing for things the 'ould never have got In their owi 'ountry. The Mexican people are en titled to attempt their liberty from such Influences, and so long as I have anything to do with the action of out great government I shall do every! him in my power to prevent auj one stand ing in their way. I know that this i hard for some persons to understand but it is not hard for the plain people of the United States to understand. I: is hard do trine only for those who wish to get something for themselves out of Mexico. There are men. and noble women, too, not a few, of our own people, thank God, whose fortunes are invested in great properties in Mexico who yet see the case with true vision and assess its issues with true American feeling. The rest can be left for the present out of the reckoning until this enslaved people has had its day of struggle toward the light. I have heard no one who was free from such Influences propose nee by the United States with the Internal affairs of Mexico. Certainly no friend of the Mexican people has proposed it. Tried to Act Fairly. The people of the United States arc capable of great sympathies and a noble pity in dealing with problems of this kind. As their spokesman and representative I have tried to act in the spirit they would wish me show The people of Mexico are striving fot the rights that are fundamental to life and happiness 15,000,000 oppressed men, overburdened women and pitiful children in virtual bondage in their own home of fertile lands and lnox haustible treasure. Some of the lead ers of the revolution may often 'have been mistaken and violent and selfish but the revolution itself was Incvitabb aud Is right. The unspeakable Iluerte betrayed the very comrades he served traitorously overthrew the governmen' of which he was a trusted part, Im pudently spoke for the very forces tha had driven his people to the rebellion with which he had pretended to sympathize. The men who overcame him and drove him out represent at leas' the fierce passion of reconstruction which lies at the very heart of liberty, and so long as they represent, how ever imperfectly, such a struggle for deliverance I am ready to serve their ends when I can. So long as the power of recognition rests with me the gov ernment of the United States will re fuse to extend the hand of welcome to any one who obtains power in a sister republic by treachery and vio lence. No permanency can be given the affairs of any republic by a titl based upon Intrigue and assassination I declared that to be the policy of thi. administration within three weeks aft er I assumed the presidency. I here again vow it I am more interested in the fortunes of oppressed men and pi women and children than in any property rights whatever. Mistakes 1 have no doubt made in this perplexing business, but not in purpose or object be-iev- e More is Involved than the immediate destinies of Mexico and the relations of the United States with a distressed and distracted people. All America looks on. Test is now being made of us whether we be sincere lovers of popular liberty or not and are indeed to be trusted to lespect national sovereignty among our weaker neighbois. We have undertaken these many years to play big brother to the republics of This is the day of this hemisphere. our test whether we mean or have ever meant to play that part for our own benefit wholly or also for theirs. Upon the ont'orae of that test (its out come in their minds, not in ours) depends every relationship of the United Slates with Latin America, whether in politics or in commerce nnd enterprise. These are great Issues and He at the heart of the gravest tasks of the future, tasks both economic and political and very intimately inwrought with many of the most vital of the new Is sites of the politics of the world. The republics of America have in the last three years been drawing together in a new spirit of accommodation, mutual understanding and cordial tion. Much of the politics of the world in the years to come will depend upor their re'atlonsbins with one another !t is a barren and provincial stales nanship that loses sight of such hings! New Problems After War. The future, the immediate future .vill bring :is squarely face to face with many great and exacting prob lems whieh will search us through and through whether we be able and read; to play the part iu the world that wi n ean to play. It will not bring us Inti their presence slowly, gently, with cer emonious introduction, lint suddenl uul at once the moment the war Ii 'Turope is over. They will be new problems, most of them; many will b. old problems in a new setting and witl new elements which we have never lealt with or reckoned the force am' meaning of before. They will requir for their solntion new thinking, fresl ourage and resourcefulness and li some matters radical reconsideration-policy. We must be ready to mold Hze onr resources alike of brains am co-opef if materials. wit!-interest- s s, rather, a future to stimulate an. excite us to the display of the be powers that are In us. We may ente. .t with confidence when we are sur that we understand it, aud we ha provided ourselves already with th neaus of understanding it Look first at what it will be necef ary that the nations of the worl should do to l ake the days to com .oleiable and lit to live and work i. -- It is uot a future to be afraid of. 1 aid then iook at our part in what i follow a.ul our own duty of prepar;. we must bj prepared bot ..on. 10 There must be a just and settle .ica.e. and we here in America inus .ontribute the full foive of our enthu .lasui and of our authority us a natioi to the organization of that paace upo: worldwide foundations that cannot eas ly be shaken. Xo nation should to take sides In any quarrel ii. which its own honor and integrity aud rhe fortunes of its own people are no! nvolvcd, but no nation can any longei remain neutral as against any willful disturbance of the peace of the world. The effect of war can no longer be confined to the areas of battle. Ne mtion stands wholly apart In Interest when the life and interests of all ua 'ions are thrown into confusion ane peril. If hopeful and generous enterprise is to be renewed, if t!:e healing mil helpful arts of life are indeed to ie revived whan peace i times again, a lew atmosphere of justice and friend-,hlmust be generated by means the world has never tried before. The s of the world must unite in joint guarantees that whatever is done to listurb the whole world's life must lirst be tested in the court of the opinion before it is attempted These are the new foundations the world must build for itself, and we must play our part in the reconstruction generously and without too much thought of our separate Interests. "We must make ourselves ready to play it intelligently, vigorously and well. Contribution to World Peace. One of the contributions we must make to the world's peace Is this: We must see to it that the people In our Insular possessions are treated in their own lands as we would treat them here and make the rule of the United States mean the same thing every where the same justice, the same consideration for the essential rights of men. Besides contributing our ungrudging moral and practical support to the es tabllshment of peace throughout the world, we must actively and intelligently prepare ourselves to do our full service In the trade and Industry which are to sustain and develop the life of the nations In the days to come. We have already been provident In this great matter and supplied ourselves with the instrumentalities of prompt adjustment We have created, in the federal trade commission, a means of Inquiry and of accommodation in the field of commerce which ought both to the enter prises of our traders and manufacturers and to remove the barriers of misunderstanding and of a too technical Interpretation of the law. In the ne-tariff commission we have added an other instrumentality of observation and adjustment which promises to be immediately serviceable. The trade commission substitutes counsel andac commodatlon for the harsher processes of legal restraint, and the tariff com mission ought to substitute facts fot prejudices and theories. Our export ers have for some time had the advan tage of working in the new light thrown upon foreign markets and op- p na-ion- .i resources und hi policy. whole-world'- s ul portunltles of trade by the Intelligenfl inquiries and activities of the bureau In the District Court of the United of foreign and domestic commerce District of Sute. for the which the Democratic congress so Kentucky. No. :50f7. wisely created in 1012. The tariff commission completes the machinery by United Statks Tkcst Company, PlaintilT, which we shall be enabled to open up our legislative policy to the facts as Kentucky Pofjtland they develop. longer indulge our tradi- Cement & Coal Company. Defendant. We can no By virtue of a judgment rendered in tional provincialism. We are to play a leading part in the world drama the above cause, the undersigned, on whether we wish it or not We shall Tuesday. September 19th, between lend, not borrow; act for ourselves, the hours of ten o clock, a m . and two not Imitate or follow; organize and o'clock, p m ., at or about the Initiate, not peep about merely to see nour ot twelve o clock noon or as soon where we may get In. thereafter as may be convenient, will We have already formulated and . at Publte auction, to the higher agreed upon a policy of law which will explicitly remove the ban now suppos-- , bldder' atlhe door of the Court. Houae among of Rockcastle County, Kentucky, at Mt. ed to rest upon our exporters in seeking and securing Vernon, in said County, all of the their proper place In the markets of property of every kind and description the world. The field will be free, the ' and whereever located of the Kentucky lnstruraentalltles at hand. It will only Portland Cement and Coal Company remain for the masters of enterprise whK.a ,s covered by a mortae or de0(1 among us to act in energet c j of trust dated June3St, 1912. whieh was and for the government of the United" xe'utd nd vered by said States to insist upon the maintenance tuck-- Portland Cement and Coal Com-tlov the world of those condl-- I to thu United States Truat Com of fairness and of even handed j justice in the commercial dealings of pany, of Louisville. Kentucky, and the nations with one another upon! which was duly recorded in mortgage which, after all, In the last analysis book 9, pages 31S to 394 inclusive, in the peace and ordered life of the wor'd the office of the Clerk of the I must ultimately depend. County Court, and being all and singular the lands, mineral and mining Ban Unfair Competition. At home also we must see to it that rights, and properties and all estates the men who plan and develop and di- and interests in all those certain tracts rect our business enterprises shall or parcels of land of said Kentucky definite and settled conditions of Portland Cement and Coal Company, law, a policy accommodated to the situate in, at or near-- Pine Hill. Rockfreest progress. We have set the just castle County, Kentucky, and all its limits. We have put all and competition under the right, title, interest and estate, either kinds of unfair ban and penalty of the law. We have at law or in equity, in and to the anw, barred monopoly. These fatal aud ugly and their appurtenances, with all tint things being excluded, we must now rights, privileges and franchises of the quicken action and facilitate enterprise Kentucky Portland Cemeut and Coal by every just means within our choice. Company attaching or belonging to or There will be peace in the business extreisablein or aboutoriueonnection world and, with peace, revived confi- with the same, aud all the income, revedence and life. nues, rents, issues and profits thereof, We ought both to husband and to the said lands, mineral and minrnjj develop our natural resources, our rights, and properties and estates and mines, our forests, our water power. interest therein, and being in particular I wish we could have made more prog(24) parcels or tracts of made in this vital twenty-fou- r ress than we have .natter, and 1 call once more, with the land situate and being in said County leepest earnestness and solicitude. and State, which are described more ipon the advocates of a careful nn.l particularly in the aforesaid mort "evident conservation, on the one gage or deed of trust, :ogether with land, and the advocate-- , of a free and all the machinery, engines, pipes, tubnvitlmr field for private capital, on t:i. ing, railroads, mine ears, electric and titer, to get together in a spirit o accommodation and agreement other fixtures, tools, tipples, storeI outline house, dwelling-houseoffice buildings i i nd set this great policy forward and other fixed and detachable and mce. movable property which may be now We must hearten and quicken tl pirit and efficiency of lalnr thrnnli-u- t owned by said Kentucky Portland our whole industrial system b" Cement and Coal Company and which may be appurtenant to such interest in vcrywhere and In all occupations justice to the laborer, not only the land, mining rights and mines of aylrig a living wntre. but a'so by ma. said Kentucky Portland Cement and ng all the conditions that Coal Company. Reference is made to An a" or what they ought to Le. the decree and to the bill of complaint .ve must do more than Justice. safeguard life and promot iu the above styled action for a more tealth and safety In every occupatioi. exact and particular description of the r im real estate and other property to be n which they are threatened (24) tracts teriled. That is more than justice sold. The said twenty-fou- r of land contain approximately two md better, because it is humanity a" conoray. thousand (2000) acres, more or less. s the railway Wo must Ihe said property will be sold in one of the country for national use parcel and as an entiretj and pursuant, tnd must facilitate and promote to the terms of the aforesaid judgment. with a view to that The amount to be raised by said sale is lrdination and to their better alapta the sum of 791,966.59, with Interest Ion as a whole to the life and trad, G and defense of the nation. The life thereon at per cent, per annum from country can b July 29th, 1916. until paid, The Comind industry of the free and unhampered only If these ar- missioner will require from each bidder before receiving any bid from him, a teries are open, elHcient and complete. shall we stand ready to meet preliminary deposit of S5,000 00 in cash Thus the future as circumstance and inter- or by certified check. Preliminary denational policy effect their unfolding, posits from unsuccessful bidders will be whether the changes come slowly or returned by the Commissioner at the come fast and without preface. conclusion of the bidding, 25 per cent, I have not spoken explicitly, gentle of the amount remaining due on any men. of the platform adopted at St. bid which is accepted shall be paid imLouis, but it has been Implicit In nil that I have said. I have sought to In- mediately after the confirmation of the terpret Its spirit and meaning. The sale: a further 25 per cent, shall people of the United States do not be paid within twenty (20) days need to be assured now that that plat- after such confirmation; anda further form Is a definite pledge, a practical 50 per eent. of such sum shall be program. We have proved to them paid within forty (40) days after such 'hat our promises are made to be ke:t. confirmation; provided, however, that Dawn of Greater America. the purchaser shall have the right to We hold very definite idcls. We anticipate either or all of such payiclleve that the energy an.l initiative ments. All defened payments shall i our peo; e have ee:i t;o narrowly bear interest at the rate of 6 per cent, oached ai.d supcr.utemlpd: t at tho should be sel free, ns we l.ave se per annum, and be secured to the satisIn case hem free to disperse th nisei ve faction of the Commissioner. hroughout the nation: that they any bidder or purchaser shall fail to not be concenlm'eJ its the li.sud": of . make good his or their bid upon its 'ew powerf::! ruide.-- ami j'nar.Iians. :. acceptance by the Commissioner, by t:r oppne':;s ::a;r;:i a.t.l again. -- making the aforesaid additional payA'ect If m.t in purpose, smer!;: to con ments, then the sums paid or deposited entrate the:::. We be.Ieve. nioreove.--wh- by such bidder or purchaser shall be that looks about h'.a :: w w2" forfeited as a penalty for such failure. t ompreliendin; eye can believe' that the day oi little Americanism, If any sale, for which a deposit has with Its narrow horizon.-'- , when metl: been made, shall not be confirmed by kIs of "prolectlou" a:id Industrial the Court, such deposit shall be renursing were the chief study of our turned to the bidder, and the deposit of provincial statesmen, are pa.-.- and gone any successful bidder shall be returned .mil that a da; of enterprise has at last to him when a bid shall have been aclawned for the United States whose cepted. ield is the wide world. George W. Welsh, We hope to see the stimulus of that Commissioner aew day draw all America, the repub- Percy N. Booth, lics of both continents, on to a new life Attorney. tnd energy and Initiative In the great affairs of peace. We are Americans CLEAR BAD SKIN for big America and rejoice to look forward to the days In which America EROM WITHIN shall strive to stir the world without Pimply, muddv comp'axions instating it or drawing It on to new antagonisms, when the nations with are due to impurities in the blood. which we deal shall at last come to Clear up the skin by taking Dr. see upon what deep foundations of hu- King's New Life Pills. Then manity and Justice our passion for mild laxitive qualities remove the peace rests and when all mankind shall look upon our great people with a new the poisons from the system and sentiment of admiration, friendly ri- prighten the eye. A full, free, valry and real affection as upon a peog bowel movement in ple who, though keen to succeed, seeks always to be at once generous nnd just the morning is the reward of a and to whom humanity Is dearer than dose of Dr. King's New Life Pills profit or selfish power. Upon this record and in the faith ot the night before at yonr Drugpurpose we go to the country. gist, COMMISSIONER'S SALE. li). to-w- it, "" ; Ken-through- P' ns loci-castl-e en-Jo- y s, (V-n- sin-rout- W-nus- t sys-eru- 1 su-m- - -- t non-gripin- J. P. E. DUMMOND. V. P. FLOYD MILLKR Asst. Cash. CONSTIPATION THE FATHER OF MANY ILLS. Of the many ills that affect humanity a large share start with constipation. Keep your bowels regnlarand. tkey may be l - fC. : i. . ; ATTOKNEY-AT-LA- '. i -- & .TJie-BanE.oj MTOiX :oh . .. sH traffics ll--l-v e XC30331Conover m , - DON'T NECL.ECT YOR COLD. Neglected colds gat worse, instead of better. A stuffed head, a tight chest must de relieved at y once. Dr. Bell's Pine remedy. Honev and is Nature's Tar-Hone- J.C.McCLARY - !krcet.i - E5 ; . iRoomi i ")l jmrs . ''25a!A ., iVJ "i iJweS? W&M&iBi wit rt :.,- -, - glycerine heal the irritated, membrane, antiseptic tar loosens the liSY-lWheh a lajKyeis need phlegm, you breathe easier and pvj... r I..fiNv. w.j r.vwr"- -' .ngberlaiiTj tuj.itf'hev. yoUr cold, ts brojeen ud. ft .sant Hm!.'?.-x .AXiHBlr-'- '?K. feAt&kDfeLrBellV .JPineTarf.fciij ;f'MP ImIii. OUlys mjove -' , - ibWW: i ii v J. VmUH frengfllH h noble i mm -- PlEllil.Eyii.tEMMLMEII' KXLA f- HOW TO GIVE GOOD ADVICE The best way to give good ad vice is to set a gooo example. When others see how quick you get over your cold by taking cures kidney and Cbtirriberlain's Cough Eemedy troubles, dissolves gravel, coxes THE Texas Wonder lame backs, rheumadiabetes, weak and they are likely to follow your tism and all irrecularities of the kidneys and example. This remedy has peen bladder in both men and women. It not sold by your drujreist, will be sent by mail oa refor many yeara and enjoys an ex ceipt of St One assail bottle la two montas' reputation, Obtainable Seod' for testimonials from this and other ceilent IB NFORD.KY. .T-.- everywhor. V - ' rN,S,.vj - 1 If. srJ J Z riMii" ?i