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SEPTEMBER 22, 1916 I Mens Walli-OV- Cr Shoes MMMHMMM 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 "WALKI v . J i - a. A Mr- uvi-i- v A OVER" Shoes, too the finest footwear in the world. 1f f C Liirn wnria lamous 1 I V w w w w UM,-Ui'- vr ?i er IVLK. Tochc oc .U "NU-fnl-t The "Norfolk" "Cadet," the "Windsor" all strictly The "Windsor" Eng lish. Or the "Whip" the most popular shoe in the world. Or the "Doc", with the broad, " lOVER. &WALK comfortable, yet stylish toe. See The "Whip" Our Windows The "Cadet" Any of them at FOUR or FIVE Dollars M m EBBS2Z333333SSE3 Aprrc & uul c SUTTON MT.VERIVOfSVKY. The Clothcraft Store &u qp si cB 2 with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. ed his son, W. E. Anderson, of W. T. Atnyx. W.M. Hanks, sec- Walnut Grove, last week. Some A will tion for man, was in London at- few of this part have begun to be held here next Tuesday, tending court, Monday. "Well, save fodder and some to make Wednesday and Thursday, Sep- Mr. 1 )o tor Miss Sallie Mullins e must taVe our hat sorghum. tember 26, 27 and 28. Each off o was with houie folks from Friu. In your last week's morning, afternoon and evening editorial ou sure did give them day eve until Saturday mornan interesting program will be and it did ing. Says she is getting along the whole six yi-drendered, and a number of noted suit us to a T.Y. So, come again fine with her school.--Willi- e speakers will be present. A at your earliest convenience. ' Spivey of this place spent last ikloSEDfrSoT.CH VJ change has been made in the Mr and Mrs. S. K. Hellard and' week with his cousin, Earl Spivey l surrey printed program so as to let Prof. daughter, Loucinda, of Mt. Ver-- j of near Livingston. Mrs.Maitha :H. S. Barker, President of the 11011. were here Saturday to attend j Howard's foot still remains very WE State University of Lexington, the funeial of Mr. Hell mi's grand sore and she can't walk only by address the people during the child. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Carter aid of crutches. The w rs uight session Tuesday; Prof. and children, have been visiting arm which has been broken near Kmoaha-KIoced-Krot- ch Fred Mutchler. employed by the relatives for the past week at Bos- two months has gotten so she Union Suits. United States Government, will ton, Ky., and today he and his can use it some. Miss Cora make an address Wednesday family came motoring into town Mullins who has been with her evening, and Miss Chinn will lec- - in his new auto. So Livingston sister, Mis. Melvin Barnett for tuie Thursday evening. A com- has an auto. vVe intend to be the past two weeks spent Sunday plete program is in this issue of six to Mt Vernon's half dozen. we believe with her parents, Mr. and Mrs this paper, read it. Every farm- Judge Ballard, Fred Baker and Mose Mullins, at Cruise. they are the best er should attend this Chautauqua Jack Abney motored down from CONSTIPATION THE as well as those interested in stock MtVeincm, Monday. Jack Frost you can buy any FATHER OF MANY ILLS. raising and fruit growing. On has put in his appear mce and for where Of the many ills that affect Wednesday evening, October 11th the past few days it seems that humanity a large share start ii meeting will begin at we are gettii.g fore taste of with constipation. Keep your $1-2the Oh:inian church here con- winter. 2 Thomas Argenbright bowels regular and they may be ducted by the" pastor, the Rev. R. has returned from AUanta, Ga., avoided, wheh a laxitive is need take Chamberlain's Tablta They B. Baker, assisted by Rev. A. . where he has boi'ii for :i few days. not only move the bowels but imRobertson, of Gibson Station, Va n i iv.. vv'.R.Waid Is vibiting prove the appetite and strengthMr. Robertson is an able speaker TRY A SUIT OR TWO Middlsb ro. - Lee Roy en the digestion. ODtainable aud a minister of considerable Cox was called 10 Corbin,Tuesday, everywhere. note. He was a pastor of the on account of the death of First Christian church, of Pine-vill- an aunt. We were unable to Ky., for several years, and get the name. The little child C?- '1 il Irai 3 ri r-'has done valnable work in Ken- of Mr. and Mrs. George Heltm FLETCHER;? tucky. Guy Roberts purchased a lard, of Pittsburg, that we reTHE BRIGHT SPOT IN MT.VERNON. farm from Sig Leece, on Copper-Cree- ported sick in our last letter, died last week for $1,10000. Friday and was broughuhere SatMr. Roberts is one ot Rockcastle's urday and buried in the family best farmers, as well as one of its burying ground over the river. best teachers. He is teaching the j. F. Dees and J. E. Moore, the Wilmott's Chappell school near ;$rw$'f and dumb, painter, paper the farm he bought. Mr.and Mrs., hanger and carpenter, were in East WO.Yadon, Misses Miranda Tate, Bernstadt, Saturday. - - Mrs Hazel Albright and Beatrice Sbel-to- n Thomas Farley is visiting her motored to Louisville, Tues- daughter, Mrs. Ed Herd, at East day, where they will spend the Bernstadt Herman Frith, of 1 Ah I 1 week with relatives, and friends. Brodhead, was with our merE. Li. Harris sold a farm to John chants Monday. Mr. and Mrs. M. Uarilton last weekifor $600.00. D.B. children, after a Rambo. and Tuesday Morning Sept. 26th Oash Htattr. ' of 'the Hiatt few days visit atWashington.D.C, .Educating the Farm Boy H. S. Barker section," .ipenc last weeksitli her have returned home and repoit Rearing of! Chicks D. D. Slade fj,ther'in: Danville. Atthe7i'egular a fine lime. Dave says if the Tuesday Afternoon election ol officers Monday, of world is as large as the other side Selecting Feeder Cattle T. H. Collins Brodhead Royal Chapter. No. 157, of Washington, as it is this side, Poultry Diseases D. D. Slade the following were elected: A. M. it is a whopper. Miss Maude The State University and the Farmer. . H. S. Barker Hiatt, High Priest; W. H. Ander- Rowlee, of Wichita. Kansas, form Tuesday Evening son, King; Julian Bordes, Scribe; erly a teacher at the Langdon DorHousing and Management of Poultry . . .D. D, Slade R.L. Smith, Captain of the Host; mitory, at Mt. Vernon, stopped off J. F. Bordes, Principal Sojourner; here between trains, Tuesday afM. A Stevens, Royal Arch Cap ternoon. She was returning from Wednesday Morning tain; Ed Smith, Master 3rd Veil; a visit to Mr. and Mrs. A.B. Fur Feeding Beef Cattle T. H. Collins J. W, Moore, Master 2nd Veil; nish. at Barbourville, Ky., and Swine Feeding T. R. Bryant John Sigman, Master 1st Veil; also Berea College, Berea. JKy. Sylvan Bordes, Treasurer; John She was met here by Mrs. S. C. Wednesday Afternoon Robins, Secretary, and R. S. Franklin, whom she had previousOutlook for Fruit Growing in Kentucky, Shivel, Sentinel. The degrees o ly visited at Mt. Vernon, to which R. F. Spence tke'Chapterwere conferred otr H. place they returned on train Balancing Rations Otis Kercher Miss No. 22. E. Christie at this meeting. Fred Mutchler Hedie Sayers was thrown from a Wednesday Evening DON'T NECLECT YOUR horse, near Spiro, the first of the '.Otis Kercher Boys Pig Clubs (111.) COLD. Mrs. week kreaking her arm. Neglecte'd colds gat worse, inJacob Elder was with the family of her son, Elbert Elder, in the Quail stead of better. A stuffed head, a Thursday Morning chest must de relieved at section during the week. Mrs. tight Dr. once. Bell's Pine Home Conveniences Miss Chinn I. R. Storm continues very ill, and is Nature's remedy. Honev and ' Limestone and Legumes Fred Mutchler is not ezpected to recover Mrs glycerine heal the irritated memJordon Garter and children, of brane, antiseptic tar loosens the Thursday Afternoon with hei parents phlegm, you breathe easier and Williamstown.are R, F. Spence Flies in the Home Pi .sant Mr.and Mrs J.F.Carter, here this your cold is broken ub. Otis Kercher Selecting the Brood Sow y to take, Dr. Bell's Pine week. Free L. Durham and E.R. Miss Chinn Invalid Cookery is an ideal remedy for Gentry attended the meeting of children as well as grown-ups- . $DK383K&3 Brodhead Chapter, Monday even- At your Druggist, 25c. ON SELL Cooper FOR MEN. And at two-wee- ks to PER 1 2.22 SUIT. rela-.ivrsi- -- e, Children k, CASTOR Farmers' Chautauqua AT BRODH EAD SEPT Qft OT PROGRAM 28 Mrs. September 27th Co-operati- September 28th Tar-Hon- ey Tar-Hone- ing:. What would he give for the coffee vou serve ? ft; CHAMBERLAIN'S COLIC, CHOLERA AND DIARRHOEA REMEDY This is a medicine .that every family should be provideg with. Colic and diarrhoea often come on suddenly and it is of the graetest importance that they be treated promptly. Consider the suffering that must be endured until a physician arrives or medicine can be obtained Chanberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy has a repntatiou second to none for the quick relief which it Obtainable everywhere. af-forb- WITHERS O.E. Mullins and F. E. Mullins Like a million other women, you can serve coffee that he would give most anything to have coffee which starts the day "right" for all. Everyone loves the rich flavor of Arbuckles' Coffee. Of all the coffees in America, today, it is by far the most popular! One woman says, "My husband used to swallow his coffee and .hurry off. Now we have Ar- buckles' and you'd think it was Sunday the way he lingers over his breakfast." t Serve it in your home see how the little early morning wrinkles r disappear. Uatil you try Arbuckles' you will never know what a difference good coffee can make in your home. i ' . , :?' s .'. Arbuckles' Coffee is untouched by human hands. It is weighed, and sealed by machines, machines which Arbuckle Bros originated and which experts say are the most efficient in the world. it and wile were in Louisville to attend the fair last week. Mrs. Geo. Mullins and children, and Mrs. Carrie Crutcher and children, spent from Friday until Sunday with the family or Jones Durham. Chas. Allen, Estil and BOOSTING yc&x$&c 3C&x&zi and sister, Forrester Mullins n And Pulliner Together & Miss Lillie, attended the AssoCGCKJiRfc makes Our Town srrow ciation at Pine Grove Jackson while the ' Hand of Co, Saturday. All report an ' is always pointing to Big Values. quality time. Miss Grace BulEvery time the second hand of the clock ticks lock has gone to Corbin to stay with her grandma, Mrs. W. S. off a minute something good goes over our Robertson who is reported to be counter. GOOD. ves. so erood that it makes "K?TR. and Mrs. G. S. Griffin and very sick. Most all the children everv p.nstomer n. reneater Makfi mir Stnrfi a little daughter, Hazel, are in of this part have very bad coughs Schoolroom for studying Values and a place to Louisville, this week. Mr. Griffin thought by some to be whooping get posted on good things. went to buy his winter line of cought. Borned to the wife of goods. His son Claud, of the Melvin Barnett a fane boy christWe are wholesale and retail dealers in Flour. Buckeye section, has charge of ened Goldie Lee. Green Gabbard Meal, Meat, Shipstuff, Hay, Corn, Straw, FerGriffin is and family, who have been in the store while Mr. tilizer, American Wire Fence, Furniture, away. The Western Union tele Ind for tha past year have return. Stoves and Ranges, and all kinds of company has a- - gang here ed to make this their future home: graph Farming Tools. and Mrs They say there is no place like repairing the li.ne-M- r. Our doors are open come often look around W. H. Terry and little daughter. old Ky w:th thorn. Mrs. Alex don't feel that you have to buy, McDaniel an aged lady of place Waneta, of Corbin, are friends here this week. Mr. and is said to be very sick. There , DON'T FORGET THE PLACE. Mrs. Claud Griffin, of near Mt. were'services at Cave Ridge Sat urday and Sunday conducted by Vernon, are here this week. Mrs.C. A.Blanford is visiting rela- Rev. Ponder- .- Bob Mullins was tives in Parksville, this week. at home Saturday and Sunday. Anderson and Utile Mrs.Earl Rice has returned home, r P, tq Louisville after a few days visit I daughters, and Leonat visit-- 3lC&plG$3- THE "QUALITY STORE" WHERE a MONEY a TALKS GEO.S.GRIFFiN & SON -- &P& en-joyab- le s. LIVINGSTON w vi-itin- g GEp. S. GRIFFIN & SON Livjngston Kentucky ru s -i . ,.vf T " 'l T JUTT T believe he rich or Mrs. M. E. Price Saturday and poor. STOP THE FIRST COLD. Furthermore, I plete; but 5nallr'1 A cold does not get well of it- Sunday. has stood for the kindly, the hu-- j have found thes men lull of tlie Mrs. O. J. Mullins has vision that thp only way the self. The pioces-- of ivoariug out a been very sick ior th lar.t tw uiani and the Ohirsban principles Friday, Sedt. 22, 19 16 Should he be dpfuated it would be! United States can permanently cold wears vou out. and your co'd weeks Mr. E.C.Brown of Mason a great blow to the cause of right establish its influence abroad is to becomes serious if neglected. City Iowa, and J J. Brown of Published every Friday by help othe countries in their own Hacking coughs drain the energy Ohio, are vnitng their parents, eousness. vitality. For 47 vears san EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. As and li'.rrn the unhampered developments. Mr. 4fNO PlllST" PATRIOT! "M. til rnmlunitinn if cnrli. Mr. and Mrs. J J. Brown Ilnrisentje ,ialsams jn Dr. Tom Anderson and two daughters, course, myasso-- . iau say oik- of these appointees said to "Of .T $I.O the golden rule is OBSCRIPTION OWE YEAR right in me. ;i ani not much of a linguist King's New Discover v has healed Susie and Leona of Withers, conghs and relieved c ngestum- - spent a portion of last week with theory, but it is uott.oii buinu.N- - 'nt I do understand the . golden V..., rt .... .:r . .i . 'l e ana. 1r am trying narci 10 ap Advertising rates maue known on Mr. Wilsou s ideas .nav be I111 . ""k .,1 ..1.1 111' Kmor'c" "Mopj Mr. and Mrs W. E Anderson. I nt fMfrM'Pnicc i j i'l.v it li m nry dealings wit these Discovery T application . mane, but th ev are not for roue is and colds. Mr Arthur Hurst has his little ; i a ... , The Kind Yon Have Always Bought, and which has been people. r,., cottage almost completed aud My answer simply is '.hat that n io. n'reiu t.. umi in use for over ISO years, has borne the signature oc WILL BACK THE PRESIDENT gjst, 5OC. wil' oon move into it. Miss L. mains to be seen. Certainly the and has been made under his MEMBER OF "Personally, I feel it my duty wanted:- sonal supervision since its infancy. KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION oldliue methods of diplomacy and it you have any In- Daisy Thomas spent a porlion of Allow no one to deceive you in this. Government have not worked out to back up any Administration djan re,jcs gucb ag stone p;pes last week with her brother John. SvlIS? Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-as-go" are but .All "Experiments that trifle ivith and endanger the health of Mt O. K , Kv. Mrs. Joe F. Van- verv well where they have beet which ,s working with this spirit. ,nrge flint Spearfct grooved Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. I believe that k pots and bowIS shell beads etc hook of May wood, is visiting her in opt ration the longest time-nam- ely, long as this spirit is the guiding found u, caves gravep and in Europe. The od mother, Mrs. Ruth Brown and: 'me fir.-.-t patriotism and the principle of the President be can fieds Write to W. L. Griffin, other relatives here Mr. and national honor' policy, for which oe trusted in the working out of Somercet Ky., and get his prices Mrs. Henry Hasty are rejoicing Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It the Mexican problem, the subma on tjjem some of Mr. Wilson's opponents over the arrival of a babv boy at contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other JSarcotic appear to stand, are among the rine problem, the railroad problem their home. Mr. and Mrs. Henry substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness. For more than thirty years it fundamental causes of the pres and all other unprecedented sicli i Todd spent Saturdav and Sunday SIDE has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, I ent European conllict. 'Person ,itions v.'ith which he has had to j with Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Mo Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and For Infants and Children, Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, ISSUES ally, I believe that the more deal Williams at Bandy Ky. Mr. and assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. "I am not saying anything Christian policy for which Mr. Have Always Bought You Mrs. B. F. Vanhook of Ocala, The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. His record spent Sunday with their daughter Bsbson, Prominent Statisti- Wilson stands will be lound to be against Mr. Hughes Bears much more satisfactory. Certain as Governor of New York was Signature Mrs. O. J. Mullins Miss Salhe cian, Will Support Wilson. ALWAYS GENUINE ly, I would like to see it tried for good. When he was nominated Price has returned to Langdon ' for President, I felt that we were Tlnrmitnrv nfrpr snpndino her va- Bears the Signature of Says Golden Rule Reins; Ap- four years longer. Moreover, I very fortunate in having two a majority of the peobelieve that Ev-t- i ' catin W1'th her mother here plied By President, ple of this country in their hearts such good men as nominees In Rev. W. V Anderson filled his R. H. Brown and son Burdette, common, however, with many feel likewise. , LIFE-LON- G REPUBLICAN ' The Federal banking law, di: other people, I have been vary regular appointment at Friend- were in Mt. Vernon one day last ship Saturdav night and Sundav, week on business. Miss Kate viding the country into twelve much disappointed iu his recent Vr r1 r --tlMtVninArl Vv Ik i ml Ta Debord visited relatives near El Roger W Babson, of Jloston, a uytua wuc uumptu, Pnntrastpfi with Mr "" a ltfe long Republican, and a epual districts, the establishment Mr. week a part f and ther were the Uesfcs ot Mr-Wilson's thev sound distinctly st W. H. Mullins and prominent statistician and finan- of the parcel post, the enactment and Mrs. flsh and narrow-minded- . Thi and Mrs. W. H. Brown. Mr. and cial expert, announced recently of the Philippine law, the farm Mrs. W. T. Davis and litte two little daughters spent Sunday safety of this conntry di" Th Kind You Have Always Bought that he would vote and work' for loan law, the shipping law, the future daughter, of Mt. Vernon spent with Mr and MrS- - w- - H- - Brown-SaturdaTHE CCNTAUH COMPANY. NEW YOHK CITV. pends, not upon building a Chithe of President Wilson. child labor law and various othei Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Burton and Sunday with Mr. wall about but 'it js because Mr. Wilson seems measures are distinctly humane nese helping otherourselves,into a and Mrs. Clay Thompson. Mrs. spent Last Sunday with Mrs nations of the upon more interested than Mr Hughes measures in the interests position where they will not have Thompson and Mrs. Watson of Burton's parents Mr. and Mrs. R 'mm&, in the moral side of such ques- weak rather than of the strong. an objective in attacking us. 1 wooustocK, were ttie guests ot ai. lesterraau at uiroa. tions as banking, shipping, rail- On the basis of immediate results we can obtfiin secur- A roading, tariff, labor and relations I recognize that some of the bill-d- o believe that 55sBTr?tf busi- ity and opportunity for our own r not appear to be 'good with other nations, that 1 now inness.' but I canuot help feeling in neonle oniv bv the develooniert 9 tend to vote for him. in Novemnnlinipc ajliifh will nrnvirlp 3 the depth of my soul that they nf ber," said Mr. Babson. are in the interest of the greater curity and opportunity for other APPLIES GOLDEN RULE. Mr. peoples. It seems to me If so, they will ulti- Wilson has the vision thatthat bar- - p His statement in full is as fol- majority. no mately be of benefit to us all. lows: gain is good for one nation or class & RADICAL MEASURES NEEDED. that is not good for all. and that am for Woodrow Wilson, not "History shows that radical tne prosperity ui eacn oiusisue-,because he is a Democrat, for I Your T" rrescriptioiis tilled by an exper- The standing or a Bank is determeasures hive been needed to pendent on the prosperity of aii am not a member of the Demo.VI r j mined by the law under which it operof us. In short, it is because cratic party. I am for Woodrow save the children aud the property Wilson seems more interested ienced man your business ates, and by the abiiity and character Wilson not becaure of business of even the rich. than Mr. Huhes in the moral! of its management. "During the past four years my side of such questions as banking.' reasons, for Mr. Hughes' policies The conservative methods of this forget to ask us or Bank, its record of 15 years of suc- would . temporarily bring me business has taken me to many dipping, tanll, labor and rela-- ' nations that I now sions with cessful banking, and the courteous greater profits. I am for Mr.Wil loreign countries. While travel- intend to other for him in vote treatment extended to all, are its best ing I have been especially im ion because I believe that he has recommendations. tried to apply the golden rule to pressed with the Ambassadors, YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED, solving great national and inter Ministers and other foreign ap7& pointees of President Wilson national problems. Any man, Ko daks of Vernon whether Republic n or Democrat, whom I have met I grant that these men may be repugnant to who will attempt this will have my MT. VERNON, KY. & hearty support. Moreove, I be- the old school and conservative lieve that if this moral issue in- diplomats and in their eyes may be M volved in the eiectLn were clearly 'unfit ' but no one can criticise Texas Wonder cures kidney and THE troubles, dissolves gravel, cures put forth by his campaign mana- the character of these men. diabetes, weak and lame backs, rheumam m all irreculnrities of the kidneys and gers, he would be sure of re elec ' "Every one of them whom I tism andin both men and women. If not soldbladder .i v?f by your drugcist, will be seHt by mail on retion. In most things President have met is overflowing with a de - uciubuj. x. uuu ommiuuiuc w " w u.wuua Ky. perfect a cure. and seldom Wilson has already succeeded; in Sire to be ot service; not to a few i treatment testimonials fails tothis andother trom Send for states. Ut. Ji. w. aau. sdo wave oirccu some things his work is incom- - friends, but to all people wUether gu Louis. Mo. Soldbydruu'sisu.. Adv. VERNON SIGNAL J Children Cry ior Fletcher's - I I .... . ... 7 ..... "uu"'"" c- per-Sffr7- od so-call- '. What is CASTORIA LOOKS TO MORAL OF I CASTOR A I The-Kin- of&s9&&cx CASTORIA L JLCjREE N 1 . ... 2L&&& I 1 rd l1 In Use For Over 30 Years y ' 9 iooo i' oooi :. 'I PURE DRUGS FRESH We want a Clean, Strong and Safe , Don't about tk n Kodaks The Bank Mt. R.H.MILLER, Druggist in itjooo Mt. Vernon, mem Poultry Long Branch, N..J , w JBsaa ooom Poultry rata - '' OUR ROADS ARE IN BETTER CONDITION THAN WAS EVER KNOWN BEFORE TOMORROW WILL FIND THEM BETTER THAN TODAY AND THINK S2SBEI THIS IS THE IDEAL TIME OF THE YEAR FOR MOTORING N DRY - COOL buy' PLEASANT THE 1917 TORD The with the new features : Large radiator and enclosed fan, streamline hood; crown fenders front and rear, and entirely black finish, IS ONE OF THE MOST ATTRACTIVE CARS on the market. These qualities in combination with the smaller purchase price brings the Ford within the possibilities of nearly every home. Why forego the pleasure and convenience of F o r d travel another day ? Ford prices again reduced and Ford quality higher than ever Small expense of operation and upkeep the utmost in motor car value and service for business and pleasure. Strength of construction simplicity in design, real Ford merits. Ford PLACE .ft YOUR ORDER NOW j ikfi" i Runabout $345 Touring Car $360 F. O. B. Detroit BRYANT BROS., Agents MT. VERNON, KY. Ship us your Poultry and receive today to highest price and prompt returnst President Wilson take advantage of the earliest possible opportunity to challenge the statement made by Charles E WHOLESALE r,- BHnnwvsKtr - Tzmr Hughes in recent speecues that rv,f IMTCDntl A vrrno I' the basis on which the recentlj 44 Walnut St., Cincinnati, 0. threatened railroad strike was was merely an increase of wages for the ewrj'oves. The President, his political ad visers said todav. considers th. principles of eirht hour dav virtually affected bv the strike settle ment, and will seek to show ih."t the lungs. In addition, Vick's is absorbed while the railroad legislation pas Vide'. Salre RetierM by through the skin, relieving the tightness ed bv Confess to meet the sitn Inhalation and Absorption and soreness. ation will give the employes a Vick's can be applied over the throat and No Dosing. chest and" covered with a warm flannel least a temporary increase in pav Kb need to take internal medicines or cloth or a little put up the nostrils or the mot important point is that habit forming drugs for these troubles. melt a little in a spoon and inhale the vaWhen Vick's"Vap-0-Rub- " Salve is da to the heat of the body, soothing,applied pors arising. Also for Asthma and Hay it pstabishis the eight-hou- e medi Fever, rub Vick's well over the spinal col as the b'isis of work for railroad cated vapors are released that are inhaled umn to relax the nervous tension. 23c, all night long through the air passages to ouc, or $1.00. wor'emen. The President will make known his views either in speech at Shadow Lane, or in a letter. Democratic leaders expect the Re publicans to continue their efiort. to make the strike settlement ar issue, and it was said today that Mr. Wilson will welcome such an argument. Mr. Wilson expects to make clear that he will not be satisfied fter Fotor Tears of Discouragicg I had gotten so weak I could not stand, and 1 gave up in despair. until Congress enacts into the Condiiiou, Mrs. Bollock Ga?e law the rest of the railroad legisAt last, my husband got me a bottle of lation he recommended when the Up in Despair. Husband Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I comstrike was threatened, including menced taking it. From the very first Camt to Rescue. an increase in the Interstate Comdose, I could tell it was helping me. I merce Commission and a measure can now walk two miles without its for an investigation of con trover sies between railroads and their Catron, Ky. In an interesting letter tiring me, and am doing all my work." employers before strikes or lock- from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock If you are all run down from womanly outs result. writes as follows : "I suffered for four troubles, don't give up in despair. Try already has be. years, with womanly troubles, and during Cardui, the woman's tonic It has helped The President gun the work of selecting tae more than a million women, in its 50 this time, 1 could only sit board to investigate the opei ation years of continuous success, and should day on railroads, while, and could not walk anywhere at of the eight-hou- r although the new arrtngment all. At times, I wciud have severe, pains surely help you, too. Your druggist has sold Cardui for years. He knows what will not go into effect for several la my leftside. months.. He will seek, it was The doctor was called in, and his treat- it will do. Ask him. He will recomappoint a board ment relieved me for a while, but I was mend it. Begin taking Cardui today. said to day, to which will have the full confi Write to: soon confined to my bed again. After Advisory Dept.. OiatUnooea Mrildne Co.. Udto Quutanoogi. Tent)., for Sftcial dence of the railroads, the emyour case anJ64-paInttructions bosk. Host that, nothing seemed to do me any good. Trtttaeat (sr en Waea." scat la Uia vnaMT. ployes and the pub'tc. Sept. 15 df-cide- d HouchensBros New Treatment for Bronchitis, "Vap-O-Rub" Asthma, Catarrh and Head Colds -- VTCK'S"WSmSALVE HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE g f c Next week will be prepared to GENERAL NEWS NOTES ro-imx.i WHiKWVMMMHMHBHMHIHMHHiHHPH THBrTiaRitM make stove pipe to order at Mt. Prohibition carried, by 5,000 ma .. n.. Next week will be prepared to Vernon Monumeutal Works. Mt. Vernon Ky, Sept. 22, 1916 jority in British Columbia last ' make stove pipe to order at Mt. D Fertilizer: Just received a week. up "No. 79" wtien Vernon Monumental Works. carload of Virginia-Carolin- a ferThe German submarine Bremen vii to Communl cnte wttll SIGNAL B. T. Young was over from tilizer which I now have for sale. is expected to reach America this Brodhead Wednesday and purJack Hysinger. week chased some hogs frcm Cox Bros. Dr. Ben L Bruner ot LouisGallatin county sold $50,000 r" mi "iI XI I ville announces that he will be a road bonds at $l,o00 premium to Round trip Louisville $5 40 UI tO 15- JV1 I IV tfi I IV Oct.8, 9, iO limited to Oct. i5, ac- candidate for Governor on the Re- Maver & Co , of Cincinnati. Ell AWtLbLS State University, Lexington, count Grand Lodge I. O. O. F publican ticket in the i9x9 Pri NASHVILLE R R.CO. lOUiSVlUX mary. opened with 908 studuuts, the i of Kentucky. largest attendance in its history. T ME TABLE. John B. Nevius, son of Coo pe l'.s - Ke nosha-los ed- - Mattie Nevius, of this city, Mrs. Roosevelt will probably be ' . 22 was 5.10 pm Krotch Union Suits for men are knocked off a freight train upon sent into Kentucky and Missouri 24 liortn .. . 3:56 a m the most comfortable and wear . for speeches in favor of Hughes. 3 south n:44 a rr longest. Sold and guaranteed by which he was braking near tfrod. Henry Eden IS years old, was head last week and sustained in 12:115 a m J. Fish & Son. 21 juries which laid him up for a indicted in Rowan county for the Tas. Laicdrum, Agent. L & N EXCURSION RATES short time. It is said to have murder of his father. Phone No. 8. Cermany denies that she has Excursion train to Louisville been a wonder that he was not Bel"nter'1 :it the Mt Vcrnou, Ky. Ios'fipe Octfirst, leave Mt. Vernon 7:30 a. very seriously injured. His home seized the entire cash in the htcond-cius- s ms m.til mutter. is at Lebanon Junction. Interior gian National Bank. in. $2.25 Round trip. The Farmers' and Merchants' leave Louisville io:3o p. m. Oct. Journal. 1 ' Bank, of Catlettsburg, wiih $50, PERSONAL first. Tickets not good on any' SERVICES AT TRL CHUIST 000 .capitol, was chartered last II HHIkI ' J. Eish has been in Cincinnati other train'. IAN CHURCH SUNDAY. fa week. ffStlralE: Round trip Louisville 4:20 Sept. most f the week. Sunday School 9:45. Mrs. James Price and four 18 and Sept. 2? limited to 3 days. Dr. Lewis Jones will probably Preaching services ir a. m. children died in Lawrence eoun't'v We understand from a reliable lociie In Mt. Vernon. Christian Endeavor 0:30. last week from eating p'Tsohed Preaceing sendee 7:30 p. m. cabbage. Richards was in Louis- source that the counts will begin Prayer meeting 7 o'clock on ville Friday and Saturday to see putting macadam on the grade E J. Marshall a Grant county Livingston and Brodhead Wednesday evening of each week. farmer, is reported to have gath the state lair. I am very glad to be back with ered beans a yard long from his W. C Francis is here from just as soon as the couuty can Mon'icello visiting his parents make arrangments for a roller my regular work again and desire garden crusher and water wagon. We very much the cooperation of Seven states will vote upon pro- Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Francis. certainly hope that it can be done every one who is interested in tbe h ibition November 7. They are Mrs. W. J Sparks has been in for unless it is, there are places on moral uniift of our town. fl 5 California; Montana, Michigan, JM Winchester duriug the week at- the grade which will become imNebraska, South Dakota, Idaho, H. T. Young. ' L S1 tending the State Sunday School passible before the winter is over. Missouri Con-- . en ion. Rofkcastle Sunday school workWe know Judge Ballard favors Harry Garrison, negro, of Keners have recieved invitations from U G. Baker and son Fred, were putting on the rock just as soon ton convicted of criminal assault, in Louisville the first pa t of the as possible, and from a standpoint Somerset to attend the convention will be electrocuted Nov. 17th, buving goods for their two Mt. of travel, and the extra expense of the Kentucky Sunday School at Eddyville. Vernon stores. of putting the grade back in con- Association which will be held Villa, with 600 followers, at Mr. I. A. Bowman, who has dition next year it is certainly there October 5 to 8. Reserva- tacked Chihuahua City and was been very sick at his home in the only thing to do We have tions are being made for the large repulsed with heavy losses. Those Jacksrm county, is now with his good grade, those in charge have number of delegates that are taken captive were executed. sons here and is improving. done splendid work and to leave expected to attend. One of the Villa escaped. Mr and Mrs. W. C. McBee the road for winter use without most interesting programs that The State Bank & Trust Comwere among the state fair any metal would certainly be a has ever been planned will be pany, of Harrodsburg, has ingiven. Meetings will be held in goi'r.s kst week.going in the last serious mistake. creased its capitol stock from 75, the Somerset churches and open of the week to see the fiu'.sh. Jdr-i!vtf-i! The property of the Kentucky an services will be held in the QpO to 100,000. Will;e Ad.ms, who has been at Portland Cement & Coal Co , loW. L. Scott, age 84, died sudbeautiiul Somerset public square. home denly on his farm in Shelby for a few weeks, is cated at Pine Hill, was sold at Among the most wfeLaBRwafiBSSl prominent speakable to be out and will soon be on public sale by order of the court, ers county last week. He and his are: Marion Lawrence, genhis job as L. & N. operator at at the front door of the Court eral secretary had Inters .ttonal Sunday-- brida honey-moo- n just returned from Lebanon Junction. their spent in Col house in Mt. v'ernon. Tuesday school Association; Mrs. orado. Fritz Kreuger Sr. left Wednes- Tbe only bid was $50,000 made Phoebe A. Curtiss.elementary sup Mrs. Annie E. Howe, only sisday for Akron, Ohio to see his by J. Rodger McSherry, of Chi erintendent Ohio Sunday-schoter of President Wilson, died of brother August Kreuger Sr. ot cago, president of the Rockcastle Association; Miss Nannie Lee Louisville, Ky. who was hurt in Cement & Lime Co., an incorpo Frayser, elementary superinten- peritonitis at New London, Conn. The body will be taken to Col RINGLHMG an automobile accident in Akron ration organization under the dent Kentucky Sunday-schoOne fan Asa week ago. laws of the state of Delaware. As sociation; Kev. Charles D. Bulla, umbia, S. C , for burial. one and oMrs. Mousie Robinson, who iHill, Kor V. C. Tate. F. L. Thompson Jr soon as the sale has been confirm Superinteuent Wesley ,Bible. Class Mullins, Logan Bryant, and ed the new' company will organ Department, Methodist church, was given' from 8 to 2i years m vjne mue Edgar ye editor were in Stanford. Wed- ize and begin opearion at Pine South; Dr. J. R. Sampey, South- the pen for killing her husband, miles no nesday and saw Sparks circus. Hill. Mr. W. B. Reinke, the ern Baptist Theological Seminary; John Robinson, at Mossy Bottom. World's Biggest Circus and Big Circus and Great Spectacle under f Occupy Five Trains Cramtion an It is one of the good shows now local manamager says that it will Dr. R. H. Crossfield, president Pike county, escaped from the Spectacle "Cinderella:" AnPikeville jail. be several weeks before work Transylvania College; Dr. W. med With V: onders. on the road. room A. nounced for Early Date. President .Wilson will make his neces.' C. Preston, who has been in starts and for the benefit of those Ganfield. president Centre College J. The big event for which the room ' who may seek imployment with and Dr. J. W. McGlothlin, South- - first speech of the campaign at Mt. Vernon for tha past year as Announcement is maie' tliat on the new sompany, there will be ,em Baptist Theological Semin Shadow Lane Saturday to the Friday Oct. 6th Ringling" Bros, youngstsrs and grownups have at b fcaker for th Mr Vernon B?kery, been impatiently waiting is draw, a sj business men of New Jersey. He left yesterday for Junction City nuttnng open until a number of ary. The programs will cover a circus will give .only an afternoon ing near, for on Friday Oct. 6 th lyir will discuss the provisions of the performance at Richmond'.. where he has a position with the matters have been adjusted and wide range of subjects and every Ringling Brothers' circus is to an eight hour railroad law. plans for the future of the new branch of Sunday-schoo- l Junction City bakery. The famous showmen are this work exhibit afternoon only in Rioh-mou- T Nine shares of Citizens Nationcompany perfected. will be discussed by experts who season presenting au all new aud An automobile party composed Expectancy never ran so ai al Bank stock, Danville, sold at have nude a special study of the and wonderful program. The The store of J. B Noe. the of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Armitage high before and it is likely that c public auction there Monday at tremendous fairyland spectacle. and Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Berg, of West Maiu street merchant and subjects. .. .T'O,. T- Tnuu reiver was. tne our- - "Cinderella," will appeal to both this district will send a large delDetroit, Michigan, were at the also his bakery were destroed by J L. Hutchins. of Danville, was chaser and Mrs. Allin, of Ken- young and old. More than looO egation to feed the elephants, Kockcastle last night enroute to fire last Sunday morning about Uuusual interest centers around tucky Woman's College sold it. persons take part in it. It is eas the gigantic spectacle, "Cinderella Florida over the Eastern route oi 4 o'clock. The origin of tiie fire over late last week and bought a Gen. Basil Duke, famous Con ily the biggest spectacle RinglLng is unknown. Mr. Noe and family couple of bunches of extra heifers the Dixie Highway. with which the famous showme-arfederate soldier, lawyer, and his- Bros, J . C. Preston the baker, were from two local farmers. From have ever staged, and its Judge and Mrs. R.G Williams and this season opening their wo John B. Foster on the Knob Lick torian, died in a New York hos- glorious " Ballet of the Fairies," little son Richard, and Mrs. Mary sleeping on the second floor and derfnl main tent program. pike, he bought nine head, averag- pital Saturday morning following with 300 dancing girls, is in it Williams, motoied from Coving the call Vas so dose that after Mr. "Cinderella" Is prooably ing 825 pounds, at G cents a thi amputation of his foot sev self worth going many miles to ton to Somei set last week. The Noe assisted his wife and childbest loved of all fairy tales an pound. He purchased a putcher eral days ago. . The burial was see. Following "Cinderella" 4oo Judge and family have returned ren do.vn the stairs and thn run Lexington--:'see it produced with more t back to get bis books, that he cow that weighec 9oo pounds from at arenic artists appear in the main lOoo persons, home but Mrs. Williams hundreds of "? Attendance Records were bro tent program. had to maiie his escape over the M r. Foster at a nickel a pound .Because of the ing girls snd glorious remained in Somerset. by this year's state fair which pag( porch roof and down one cf the and a butcher sleet that weighed ken 'great Europeiui war the Ringlings Miss Hedie Sabers, of the We-- t indeed gives promises of m guy wires or the electric light i,080 pounds at 7 cents a poun closed at Louisville Saturday have secured scores of circus per side of the oc the county, was "childhood's golden dreami night Exactly n8,8o7 people formers'.' c mpa-.y- . never saw before in Nothing was saved From Sam Matheny on th Som' thrown from a horse Tuesday true." In the same grer visited the fair this year, 4,38i America.a few bed clothes which Mr. erset pike he bought 20 head of An entire trained ani will come and serously i jured. Her shr.uld but the marvelous mal show has been a part ot the Noe threw out the window from heifers that averaged 850 pounds more than in, the previous year. er was brnkan besides other in ' numbers in which 4oo "Bad Mose " Feltner, ..who play- main tent' at G cents a puund and $10 premprogram this season. women juries Dr. O.vens was called to the .second floor The loss was ium ou the re performers, ed a big role in the HargisCock-rel- l Tha total as to building, stock aud the menagerie nw numbers. 1000 Journal. assist Dr ' arter in setting the traiued animals and a . feud in Breathitt county, was wild bakery, which were about animals. Tlxe elephants, inbroken metnter. special features are i shot to death by United Statts cluding "Bis: Bingo," covered by insurance. The the earth's The majority of the IC Deputy Marshall G. A. Sizemore largest Rev. and Mrs. H. T. Young XT pachydrera, have been in uuuuuig Vtnl.-uuiuuguo. to f JNT iNoe To Whom It May Concern: I. new to Americ and son J. Proton, have returned aud the at Hazaad, when he refused to go creased stock was in J B. Noe's to 41 and almost 800 Notice is hereby given that at to jail on a charge of moonshin-ing- . ling Bros, having secu from a six weeks visit with rela- name"; yet in horses are cat ried. Thpre will be reality T. N. Noe the Regular.October Term " of the of those European . tives in Union and Nicholas and his son 60 clo wns and a big free three- J, B. were partners Rockcastle CountyCourt the Judge counties. Mr. Young left Thurs- - in the business. Mr. November will' see the comple-tio- n mile street parade show day who have been ol t Noe is already of said court will move ' J engagements to remove in tb day morning for Winchester to getting of Lock No. .14, the last of morning. plans for a new building the gates from the cause of the war. county road fourteen to be built by the" United attend the State meeting of which will more than likely be fading from the Mt. Vernon and States Government to permit street parade wi the Christian Bible Scnools of FORGET VOUR ACHES. a brick. Mr Noe enjoyed a splen- Brush Creek road, near show day moruiu Burr post water-lin- e Kentuc ky. tapping of the rich did trade, in fact we doubt it' there office, to the Cove Stiff knees, aching limbs, lame Branch road Eastern Kenfuckv coal field was another store in town, that near the top of Cooks Hill, peti back make life a "burden. If you Miss Maggie S LOCAL a lK had a better trade based on the tion having been filed in the office The Lock is located at- Heidle- - suffer from rheumatism, gout, entertained at New line of caps for young on the same burg, Lee county .Is IllmHacrn no nmU'i rt n knfla last evening wi size stock, thau he. w iuC v.i:i. ui uuesaiu court, askfellows at Fish's. J. E. McGlone, circuit clerk of fsinn-- . When asked by a Signal repres- ing that said gates be rethoved, lowing: Missr as Carter couoty, with 0 indictments Boys school suits and extra entative about reestablishing the provided by law. remedy lor pain". Easy to apply; Thelma Mullii against-htfor stealing 8,CC0 by it penetrates without rubbing lins, pants at Drummond's store. bakery Mr. Noe said:- I will Sarah Ar B. T. Moynahan, making out false witness claims - - U. the tender flesh. Clean- - Effiie Fredei Blankets $1.25 to $5.00 pair have to let the bakery go for the sP,.22li9crtyRoadjs8in -1 ITIAPtt fvffjnATtTi tliOH lYmnfTT .Rissie present." In commenting on Ban at Drummond's store. money and was immediately car- - ;fmo .. !.. that part, he expressed a desire aonett by Gov. btanley last week, sprains or strains, sore muscles or Mesdames ' Fresh Meat reci'ved 3 times a to see some one MinnyeM'f start and assures McGlone then left for Missouri wrenched ligaments 'resulting. week at Drumniond'sstjre. I will be open for business whoever may undertake the proabout the 20th of September. where he will live irrthe futuie from strennous exercis Sloan's Mullins, T Walton Shoes will stand the position, ,that it will be a paying OfJIce Rooms over Cox's Store In the breach of promise suit Liniment gives qnick relief- - Kept Emeit Bry, School Wear. Solid leather at investment. At the time of Mt. Vernon Ky. the in Knox circuit court Rachael E. it on hand for emergencies bv Ow;ens.. B. Drummond's store. AND fire different contractors were your ctruggist, 25c. lins, Jam , Martin' was awarded ibdenient a- Whomsoever will may come m0Mf't "J( r.VJ Let your new Fall Hat be a figuring on a brick oven for a nold. J( ' and be cured of tbe following gainst Frank Black for & n iff Fan Sale : One sej Rubber Swan Hat. 'our style in the new and much larger bakery . ailments by Black belongs, to one of the prom- Tire Buggy Wheels in , good con Robert ':-'Mr. Noe intended to put in I size you wear at Fish's. others. inent families of RnrKnnr;iu dition, oneMai'e,2-yearsold- . Prof. MOORE'S Will ,weres C." A But with the less sustained, he Treatment The case was hqtly HKiJ The three months old child of contested S. sex at a bargai n For Indigestion. Nervous a, does not feel that he will be able A f amitn, rormer Sam Bryant died tbir. morning Prostration, Rheumatism, District Attorney United States A. E. Albrijgrt, Brodhead? Ky, ant ti to put the store back and han- Vat Covington, I&ts, Bryant is very low. Hemorrhoide. Free treat he bakery too. . "i represented the plaintiff and Black , thin k before you "buy ment tor 60 davs. '' Owens the defendant, buli don't think too long.. -- MT. VERNON SIGNALl Get s it; at ' and vou '& se I'sovrjuu I. jf the be.--t. ., . ... . iMHiE5HES9MHKB53 pi 79 79 v r "FES SIR, WE HAVE ALL 11 THE K iio-rtn.- w Fall Styles 'nllilil llifli Aud all the latest Fabrics, and Pure Wool, too. Rt-tur- v Aud better still, we've got the quality iu Clothes. he-twe- Drop iu tomorrow or auy other day aud see the newest things iu 15 FISH'S $"20 Soecial m - 5 YOU'LL BE JUST AS WELCOME TO LOOK AS TO BUY THE BRIGHT SPOT IN MT. VER ol ol HURRAH! BROS. COMING RINGLING DAY THIS WAY ALMOST HERE - e M-ir- y -- lot.--Inter- ior two-third- s t 1 NOT E. " f m r.!. ,i..,ii ".. 'ZTZ T tp34 .'.3HT. ' istt.u a t.Sp A-way- s '1 f rv " f s'??t, "?? 4 - B Vtri t ' w GOOD TOR T' TEE CROP ( Could You Get VjA.1l w SCHOOL BOOKS ,' AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES T INVENTOR! Comes Out For Wilson New Job at 72? Did Edison Says Ch.f Ha3 Given Nation Peace With Honor. .Not Since 1660 ARE WHAT CHILDREN NEED THESE DAYS AND WE ARE ALWAYS GLAD TO SHOW YOU WHAT WE HAVE Tnls lao n OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE L John C, Southall.Well-KnoAvRerord Has Any Campaign Made Such a CpII for RealAmertConism, He Asv rts. SCHOOL BOOKS ARE SOLD STRICTLV FOR CASH TO ALL S m Pioneer Drug Store 'Phono 87 CHAS. L. DAVIS. Proprietor 3XZJXZ i 4 JVgrTOHf 15 ! UiSDSRTAKEB Our line of Couch CaskettV is unexcelld Band-mad- e V IT'W -- .j(72? (Newark Eveuing New) " HglB All Phone loffins furnished . tM SUBHARIfJC MASSACfcej. WAR 6eJlMAN CONSPIRACIES f THE U-- S. turotc rt. SlHkvrfe vV ' V- - .' :' " " I , Hearse seni to all parts of " , the County. If. ftjEvoLvrnoN in orders by Wire Promptly.Filled M I'. VERNON, KY. W. A. COX,i j r HUEftTA DEAD vjith GER.MAN M0NY IN HIS POCKETS, Mexico. kfiivs on me eoaoei. Bandit -- 94-- S ri it nii rx iir if iiiti i"io j ipoji'p t ''.T1 r '" Vjr""JJVj5r"jSr " " 11 ffcr 5$8eDC$3e3e3 GRANVILLE OWENS j UNDERTAKER j X38e' ta mM-t;- xi m Mm Mmmmmm mMmMmmmmsmm SBHBfcwrln vItotSsMI IBHw.KASrarA Brodhead iOtf ?0& K Ky COMPLETE LINE Coffins, Gaskets apd iRobes , Mail, Telegraph or Tele- . phone orders Promptly Filled r -- !! rw its Ri -.- - uLJ w MrSIJwSr 'CtIIIFCj Jl rHBiwfwi -. oi . r via s..5Vncfe aCv- -- v 'zazx&x&g j ir. t ;- trmuH t 11 mrx wimhki'ii-i- ; w i.i f,;u r sjav.'t v.,i-j,'.ii'.- -i - Ws c.nXQ. pvD fcc vur; Stw.es ortCS1asV f.n. 1, (inaO gouJ'A1 jjv-- - 4 W" oceoaTI- v .. . - a: -- Qoe - deu" ietf a -- " .ce on "no; ,uViwa - JONAS McKENZIE THE OLD RELIABLE! i:sc&3icDe8& ji X. t.Y -- K TH8BltiSWSSSt-,i1"vt n- Y pvew' -V -- Up.noA VNi eu ot ffi03 a 2CpCp(JlQ?3tC3i(5X? "SEE WHAT WILSON HAS DONE!" SW ietc ' nui. nO,'iV aod- op9 cco - fett3 "1V mun w - ,fliW"',oCe. -- fot Xi W . A $&&OlC&X 0" 0e 10 LtVO.. OfV V ?0r il" P- . Merchandise;: J good line General ofD , 1 lutt uui.u: FOOTPRINTS ON THE SANDS OF TB2E Qw Saratoga, N. Y .September 3 Thomas A. Edison, lifelong ReWhat would be the average publican and a strong supporter man's prospects of getting a new-jo- of Roosevelt's candidacy for the in his seventy second year on Republican nomination, made today of his tnten-- i the strength of being able to do m to voti for A'oo.trow Wils ii. the work of a man of forty? Mipbty slim chances, the big tHegave out the following -- t te majority of humanity would say. mem: 'Not since iSGo has any cam- But not so with John C. South- all, coal dealer, of Fourth and pa'gn n.Jide ueh rhrect all of stmon purtr Aniericunsm, tr: Terrace avenues Daton, Ky. rt o no..- - t.. ti . or "Like the tens ot thousands ot I'uies others, I thought I wonld have to thii k in terms of Repuu.icauiain r Democracy. Real Americans leave haid work to the younger generation when I reached the must drop parties and get down alloted three score and ten,' said to big fundamental principles. "More than any other President "For Mr. Southall, recently. n my memory WiLs,n ha bten more than ten years I felt this faced by a su- - cession ot t.emen-d..ucondition coming on. prohli-ms- . any one oc wh:ch 'Even whtrn well past m prime deii(h-- : th uId I was pretty sronrid wnh-e- d j wa many an arduous g,ie by sheer nave .ui a con- - I Wilson'-id-c- i i vigor. "s Q far my unit d me gu u in any s. ri.u troii "First and then 1 seemed to contra-- . are they likely to. "He has given us peac. with catarrh One of the members of my church suggested that I try honor. This talk about the Ut d States being despised ;s not -Tanlac. which is almost a house sense. Neu'rality is a mighty hold word around Cincinnati and trying pulicv, but back ot it are and the nearby cities. 'Thankful to say, while I am international law. the right- - of only on my second bottle, anyone humanity and the future of civilin Dayton will vouch for my ization. "With reference to .Mexico, I statement when I declare that I can do as hard a day's work as think tnat the Pre-stdt h act any man half my age, and with ed wisely, justly, and courageous ly. 1 wa- - right thu h LTti 1 no great effort " JoLn G. Southall is known and States should i it havg iz jj reverted by more than half the suc-- a murder. is p.rso lr as people of Davton, Newport, and Huerta. I do not believe tht we the nearby cities Mr. Southall should have intervened nor do I is one of the oldest members, if believe that we should inte vene not the pioneer attendant of the uow. Mexico is a troublesome Fourth Avenue Babtist church of neighbor ju-- t now. but war and conquest is nut going to make Dayton. upon such statements as her a better one. Both against It is these from men and women of the England and against human slavhighest integrity which come in ery the United States worked out an apparently never ending chain, its salvation through revolution that the wonderful success of and it was a pretty slow trying Tanlac has been built. They are process. the guarantee of its merit extra "It has been said that Wilson at fitst was against preparedness. ordinary. Tanlac, the ideal reconstruc- Perhaps he was. put when ton inc-e- d intelligent public option was tive tonic, is being especially introduced in Mt. Vernon at .R. H overwhelmingly in favor of r. he Miller, also at Central Drug changed. That i the proper Co., Livingston. and John thing for our President to do. A Robins' Drug Store, Brodhead President denant or puthc option, W. M Owens' store, Burr, Line would be a dangerous man in our Bros., Crab Orchard. S. E. sstem of government. Welch Berea: J. Reynolds and "They say he has blundered. Son, Bee Lick, where the Tanlac Pei haps he has. But I notice man explains its merits. that he usually blunders forward." b . s s',-mac- Merchant. Makes a Great lt-e- e 1 h ' HHHkHVK. . FORMER G.O.P. SENATOR ANNOUNCES FOR WILSON .v.'hCt I ..' X f S7i c" " JV OT .. Go ,.- V a . - UaBMOBBIHBlKBimMV KZAnBMSfOaWVWlfKXV nHHWMnK. ttHHKffiOHBafc. WP?ii !; Z.' .- r.(J4rr - s n Leiart.a pWw. ,c-r;- w -- tPAUtf Mdevo MUo00: sWpc-o niW-llw- SV ' vs. . ' wW ,33838835C982 pBxDicSrpc &x$yc$x. Farm Implemeints k ', -- ;pc3c V ' V. i " :, :. aefirfbtts Tr;tfet0 toBa nBsa-r.. Left Legged rieSs It is a familiar fact that a person lost in the woods wanders around in circles to the right. The reason is found In the demonstrated fact that the human race is and . That is the left leg is stronger than the right one; and the constant tendency because of the greater activity of the left leg and the longer stride taken with it, is to bear to the right. Locomotion is a continuous pedestrian match between the right leg and the left one, and the left is continually getting right-hande- d left-legg-ed immMmmm uHBMvcbi MlBUmBmBAWmEW) wmmim--::- vWRTOVv.v:,,:v-x- . 1 Mlffiffif s wwmwm k H. C. Hansborough Says He Favors President Because He Believes In Principles of Lincoln. New York, Sept. i2. Former Senator H.C. Hansbrough, of North Dakota, who served eighteen years in the United States Senate as a Republican, announced Tuesday that he intends to sup port President Wilson tor re elec tion. He reached this decision after hearing one ot Charles E. CLEAR BAD SKIN EROM WITHIN Pimply, muddy complexions are due to impurities in the blood. Clear up the skin by taking Dr King's New Liie Pills. Theii mild laxitive qualities remove the the poisons uom the system and prighten the eye A full. free, bowel movement in the morning is the reward of a dose of Dr King's New Life Pills the night before at yonr Druggist, 25c. non-gripin- g L ww ctcs eS A a'a5 d.Wd ts jeO-- v.etf sb- -- , o- 1 - - .- D.s -, 0e fclAuo ftC ,tVie V kee'As- ,Yetlof se' . -- A tO iW -- taets COy ..tyi.-- ., M . be-- 1 1e 135 ? 4, - F SH u--t " i'tfisrtS -- ctft i ahead. the way in money matters. Our existance is a constant battle between spend" seems sbend-le- g ing and saving, and our the stoutest and is generally in the lead. To , " overcome this the wise ones are handicapping their "spending member" with a Saying Ac- -steering a staight course out of count 'and-'arL the forest of debt into the civilization of peace and plenty. e W vVwilS.? lfr.:.ie& Zwe "''ha ottjiroxuPYr r? JSTS n -- - A atv." te 5a It's just l C3 Bv&' U"". ..aXl-"Co V3 -- rU-i "- X au ivv .v v" cour; ;e r k& rvrva m ,..tij. Ei woeW SS23SS.!"Vcr ioV .. I M6&I-SYat- i.ttTor as-- In ?5 -- v ..,! tftxu-ft -- 'r lb LeU "C5SSw.Srfi.a viWv aVUW . iV "Ift&,.o-lU8.'xioAVe" a.l lv-r . 1tsai..j s The Berea (Ky.) Citizen makes a rood point for Berea College In qnot-I"- jr the words of the two opposing for President, both endorsing S" educational work of this institution for the Southern mountains. It seems both men appeared on ths platform at a meeting in behalf of Berea College in Washington last winter. Berea is distinguished for its special adaptations to the needs of ths mountains. Hughes made the following statement: "There Is no mora promising part of America, or ona more in need of aid. than these Southern High.ands, and one's notions of ticket. education really have to be enlarged " I am for Wilson because 1 to comprehend all that I3 embraced In believe in the principles of Abra- the splendid work of Berea." President Wilson said: "The object ham Lincoln rather than the man of Berea is to do what America was who represents the special interintended to do, to give to people who ests and privileged classes as dis have not had it an opportunity. I tinguished from the true Democ. do not see how anybody can think of Berea and the work it is doing without lacy of the country," he said. catching fire." rJGHES Hughes' speeches. " I am going to support the President as a Wilson Republican, the former Senator told National Chairman Vance C. McCormick. Eormer Senator Kansbrough who was three 'limes elected to the United States Senate by the Re publicans of North Dakota, said that he was enroute to his home at Devil's Lake and intended to enter the campaign actively in behalf ot the Democratic national AKD W1LSGS AGREE ian-"T'zt- es v istf t tfm. it.i fc" -" -- Ul--- tJi'i-- - vo$ . "vri let THE PEOPLES BAKER Presdt;' - ,rVV ,v.rts, V .. !." .aOrAni vtm" 3v5AW4ce0. 'v e .i" tt.V ,tt.w" ndw" r.lllT a' e-i- ktlEm i1 'iv q"ji .ni - - FLOYD MI&JkR Assti'tash: F. L. THOMPSON Cashier. te vcr fwr- - (Eliabtk . Erenlnjc s) -- X- - W ,tts t&aS' - NiCP-- 1 e'-fl- v, .ti eas ATTORNEY-AT-I,- ,' 3C bnw- )es U5' tVeo-- . ",R .i fT&es telvf -r .suflxe? rawsa HT. VERNON. .i' KX- - r T n. TT L-ono- RO"w- LSB? 'fi: i a " C5hWTfR - Hri omP.i flnnrnf nxoi.au. vernon.onMHrco ! "kjT WV Otrouecuoms. m ml. atteatiom v. . w- ; ..' JvH i. - i4T. Vernon, ky FrostRoomsoverBakar' &tor Dentist 4 r $loo REWARD, oo. T,he readers of this paper wil S be pleased to learn that there is -- - Kr.So. rC3X3C3fe quires constitutional treatment Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts, thru the Blood on at least one dreaded disease that the Mucous Surfaces of the Sysscience has been able to cure in tem thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, giving all its stages and that is catarrh. patient streugth by building the up Catarrh bein greatto influenced the constitution and assisting ... . ., l in . by constitut:oual renditions re nature in doing its work. The pro prietors hava. so much faith in tr-curative .powers of Hall's Caaarrh Cure' thay otfsr One Hundred Dollars" for any case that cmnot he cured Send for list of testimonials e HOW TO GIVE GOOD BEREA COLLEGE OPENS SEPTEMBER THIRTEENTH. ADVICE a JJThe best way to give good adBerea College, Berea. Ky opens Its vice is to set a goob example. "five doors" on Wednesday, the 13ti When others see how quick you of September: the Foundation School for those least advanced; the Vocaget over yout cold by taking tional Schools for teaching Household Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Management. Mountain Farming, Carpentry, Nursing. Printing, etc.; tha they are likely to follow your Normal for those desiring to teach; example. This remedy has peen j tne Academy, and the College. "Some- 1 or every ming is for many yeara and enjoys an ex- motto gooathis largest comeroldest ua of and of cellent reputation. Obtainable mountain schools. The number enrolled last year frets. everj where. . Addres : V J. Cheney & Co , Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all Drug- - CASTQRIA Chdrtn Cry FLETOHER'S FOR Kentucky, the two Virginias, Nortk Carolina and Tennessee was above 1,800. The expenses c.e about ?32.0 a term, with some chances to asm money. StudeaU era4 lat Jfitr QB H?.QMw J- - v V,