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f VOLUME XXIV. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY.f FRIDAY, FEBRUARY, 10. 1911. NUMIJhu
LI YIN ONTO M
Mr. no Mi Gcoiro Painter !
Brodlicxi, Imb been viMtinjj their
Mrs. K. Rice for the
past lew das. John Lear, l
Jackson rountv, was in our
midst Moi.day. R. A. Wh.tehoid
left for the west Saturday He
will vi-it Oklahoma and Tex
Bert said lie was Roltig to lcok out
ii home, but we think when h. ,e si
there ond'views ihe land wlmre the
suear ponds and fritter ttees are
mid to be he will think of the little
smoky town on the river and like
the prodigal son, will arise and
We read with pleasure the nr
tide written by John Renner, who
:h in the west He says he thinks
he knows the Livingston scribe. I
think you should for many happy
dajs have we spent together when
we were teaching school ou old
Skegg creek. 18 years is a loug
time but events occur that point
us back where the memory of man
runneth not to tLe contrary. Master
George Satnbrook. who is attending
school at London, was with
his parent?, Judge and .Mrs Sam-brook,
Sunday. O. D Bryant, ot
Mt. Vernon, is freight agent bete
J. P. E. Drummond has returned
from Florida. -George Pope seems
to be getting weaker J. M. Foure
lias moved into the Susie Mullins
house on Main Street. Tom Bakir
a son of V. M. Baker, and
Ad an 8, son of Mrs. Uriah Adams',
Sunday went to a coal mine
and found a keg of powder and by
Home means got file to it and the
powder was set off and the boys
badly burned' It is thought thai
ine uuKcr uoy win icuivci uui nine p,,mmjna
IB lime nopes lur me nuuuis uuy.
This is a very sad occurence, but
cap't be helped
Dr. Atnyx s repairing his store
house aiif will soon be ready to
niove'his goods into it. T.
liver Saturday night and the 'Ford
Lumber Co got about 4000 logs
nnd lost about' 400. They will start
I their big saw mill about the first of
I the mon lj as they are done
for a while. Miss Esie Pike
has returned home after a plessant
visit to her Miss Rose Pike
nt Brodhead. Misses Leila Johnson
and Hessie Carpenter, of Lebanon
Junction, aro visiting Mrs. R.
Johnson, of-this place Mrs, G.
I). Gook has bten visiting her patents
near Mt. Vernon.- Miss Carrie
Kruttger, of Corbin, has been visiting
'Miss Ethel Hayes Ed
Guinn and little son, James, of
Patis, have been visiting his moth
er the past week. The wedding
bells are ringing, guess who tins!
timer miss Kenie luouipson whs
here between traitis Thursday.
W. R. VVnrd was here from Corbin
Friday. Mr Jackson, of London,
the harnware drummer, was here
Monday Miss Willie Beutun, of
Brodhead, has been the attractive
guest of Mrs. W. B. Rice for a few
days, but returned home Saturday.
Grieve not , it is only a
few miles down there. Well it i
not decided yet whether the dis
pitchers will go to Louisville or
not, but it looks very much like
they will. This we dislike to see,
but we can't have our way. We
will know more in the near future,
but in the event they do go it takes
ten uiiti from this oflke So you
see it will hurt our little town a
great deal. Miss Ruth Painter his
returned t her homtfat Furriston
altera pleasant visit to her cousin,
Miss Essie Pike. Bill Cutnmins
was called home on account of the
serious illness of his father, Dick
of Mt. Vernon. Dr.
(Jarpenter, of Stanford, was here
Tuesday to see George Pope, who
U very sick. D,wA. G. Lovell, of
Mt. Vernon, wis b'ere a, fe'w days
ago Mrs. W.1 ,R. McCullougfa,
who has been visiting relatives in
Stn has n o td . i. stock ofgood,, attfrf
p , ha returned.
i W fce h ,fcf
-. - e Mo0(, mi raU U)e
in the old
,,, d ay and counted ten wagons
Peanington has moved his butcher
shop in when the barber shoo was
and the barber shop is in a side
room at Joe Oliver's store. Geo.
and John Mounce, who have been
in St Louis for some time, are
l'ere visiting tlleir parents, Mr and
Mrs Allen Mounce. W. G. River
is clerkjng for J H Diikerson.
There was a good log tide in the
and tMin, vith, ten loads of
cross-ties with ten' ties to the load,
which was too ties comitiK in from
me wa and some coming ten miles
and the mud knee deep. Then say
we are having good times. Oh,
vou Republican piospenty.
CASTO R A
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ot all the sickness of women is due to some derangement or di-cute
of the organs distinctly feminine. Such sickness can be cured is cured
every day by
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It Makes Weak Women Strong,
Sick Women Well.
" It acts directly on the organs affected and is at the same time a general restore,
tlve tonic (or the whole system. It cures female complaint right ii the privacy
of home. It makes unncccstary the disagreeable questioning, examinations end
local treatment so universally insisted upon by doctors, and so abhorrent tP
every modest woman.
We shall not particularize here as to the symptoms of
those peculiar affections incident to women, but those
wanting full information as to their symptoms and
means of positive cure are referred to the People's Common
Sense Medical Adviser 1008 pages, newly revised
and up-to-date Edition, sent free on receipt of 21 one-cent
stamps to cover cost of mailing only! or, in cloth
binding for 31 stamps.
Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffato, N.Y.
Li a?" V M
I Character Building! (
2 It 3
E I L is surprising horn ninny good traits of 3
tz character ono may hnvo. The possesion 2
of a Bank Account'hns a tendency to cultivate
Decision of having a bank accoun tis one,
and the presistoncy to kcop it is another.
So when wo offer to start an account with
yon, you have the opportunity to, start,
Thrift of Character. Thrift is highly
. pqnje in and'talk to us and make the start
Very truly yours,
-, ... 17 ......,... ...... .... ...... niii.i... r in
J. K GRIFFIN,
TO THE REPUBLICAN VO
TRRS OF THE 17. SENATORIAL
In submitting my candidacy for
the Republican nomination for
Slate Senator from tbK the 17th
Senatorial District of Kentuckv.
subject to the action of the Republican
party in its primary of Mnrch
4th, 1911, I do so with the lull
knowledge of the paramount issue
confronting the people of this dis
trict I have determined to make
this race after earnest solicitation
from the element of the Republican
party of the district, interested in
that plank of the platform of the
Repub'ican party in its late State
campaign, in which it unqualifiedly
endorses what is ordinarily
to as the "County Unit Meas
ure," giving to the citizens, of each
county the right to say whether
spirituous, vinous or malt liquors
may be ?old or bartered within the
It nominated and elected, I
promise the .voters of this Senato
rial district, 'urespeetive of party
atnlat.iontea!icmh,e Republicans- eaf
Ijcciiin.v, iiiaiw.. wjii qo an in my.
power to cury out the pledges 6f
the Republican party in it's Ute
Stats campiign, and all in my power
to further legislation and to put
same on the statute books, relating
to the fulfillment of my party'.s
pledges and to the emctment of
lawsfurthering the cause of temperance
in this State, bearing in mind
always the pledges that my party
has made to the people of this
State and Distiict with referrence
to the temperance is,sue. In addi
tion to the above, I will support
legislation looking to the
of the public highways of Kentucky,
and especially this distric,
and I will .avor a bill such as was
proposed by the Good fioads Con
giess which recently held a session
in the city of Louisville. I will approve
any legislation, the tendency
of which is for the bettermeut of
Kentucky, and especially this dis
trict, along com 'uercial, individml
aa educational lines. Our school
'system especially should be im
proved. While I have no special
bill in mind to suggest, but if nom
inated and elected I will favor legislation
which will give to the rising
generation the equal opportu
u ty of any state within the confines
of this grand union of States.
My advocpey ot the temperance
issue is consistent with the life that
I have lived, being a total abstainer
from the use of intoxicating beverages,
and always nn advocate of
peace and order and good will in
the community in which I have
lived, standing firmly and steadfastly
for the enforcement of the
law. I was elected Circuit Court
Clerk of Rockcastle County in 1897
nnd succeed myself holding the office
for the period of 12 years, or
two terms Both campaigns for
the nomination weto fought out on
a temperance issue, I retired vol
untarily from oflke and was elected
S by the citizens of my home town.
Q - - w y Q
S the town of Mt. Vernon, purely be
3 cause of my advocacy of the en-2
forcement of the prohibitory laws
pf my county reiving to thesale of
S3 spirituous, vinousand malt Honors
?n the campaign of iqs, I served ' Stroud,
vat thj instance of the Republican
3 C muiittce and L W. Betburum,
2,tie Reoublictn nominee for Con-
the Democratic majority was reduced
more than onohalf in the
District, ard pRity vote increased
in my countv to near a thousand
mnjoritj , the largest tnajniily ever
given in the county and never
I submit "the foregojng us my
platform and the attitude I have
occupied with referrence to the paramount
issue of this campaign, and
the positions 1 have held with niv
party. Upon same I earnestly ask
the endoisenicnt of the people, confidently
bt'lieViug that I will re
ceive youf voles and the Republican
lominaMon for the office to
whichj am nspiring, when the
poles are closed in this District on
the eveningfof March 4, 191 1.
J. F. OR I F FI N.
It IM I) II K A I .
Rev. R. C. Kimball, oT Stanford,
will preach at the baptist church
Saturday p.m. and Sunday a. m.
W. H Lyons, of Lyons Station,
father of Chas. Lyons," was here
first of the week. Cleve Brooks
left last Tuesday night for Baxter,
Harlan county, where he has accepted
a position with the bridge
carpenters on a new rail road
which is being built through that
Will Owens inform? us that his
singing school at Mt. Vernon is a
success beyond a doubt. Kach
night the house is full and much
interest is being manifested. Several
sick. people from this part of
the county are now at the
at Crab Orchard.being treated
and so far all are, or seem to be
getting better. .Mr. -and Mrs. R.
H. Batsou and little daughter, Ce
cil, of Lancaster, and Mjss Ethol
Hilton, ol Stanlord, visited Mr.
and Mrs. T. T. Chert v. last wpek.
hK.,. . 'i : ; :.,:
mis. novianu unu failure
ll are visitiuili'ler anther. Mrs.
AJiss florence Pennington spent
Saturday and Sunday in Mt
Miss Katie Price spent Saturday
and Sunday at her borne in
Level Green Walter Cloyd. of
Hazel Patch, ,was in town Sunday.
Miss Iiva AlDrlght was in Maret-burg
Sunday visiting Miss Lena
McCall. Dr. and Mrs. W. E
Graveley spent Tuesday with Mr
and Mrs. Joe Smith, ofHiatt.
Miss CHde Watson was at homo
Sunday She was accompanied by
liertriend, Miss Edith Morris.
Urban Cass nnd Brack Durham
were in Maretbarg Sunday. Mrs
Martha Temple, of Junction Oity,
is visiting friends and:relativeshere
Mr. Spitler and Roy Robins from
the Spitler Sanitorium, at Crab
Orchard, were in Town Tuesday.
Mr. Jacob Elder was in Mt. Ver-non
Sunday, Anse Boreing has
returned to his home Din Reading,
Ohio, after spending two weeks
with friends and relatives here
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Humtn,
Mrs L. B. Cable and Mr. R. B.
Sams spent Sunday in Crab Orchard
at the Sanitorium. Miss Essie
Pike has returned to'her home in
Liviugston after spending a week
with her cousin, Mjss. Rosa Pikt,
Homer Wallin of Oakdale, Tenn.,
spent Saturday and, Sunday with
his aunt, Mrs J. E, Wallin.-Miss-
es Elizabeth, -Frances and Hattie
Cox, of Corbin, have been visit i g
their sister, Mrs. Ni H. Tucker.
Walter Robins left Tuesday for
Corbin to accept a position offered
him. Miss Judith .McCall spent
Saturday and Sunday at her home
in Maretburg. A protracted meeting
is being conducted at the Meth
odist cbutch by 'Rev- Chestnut.
Rev, Rogers filled his" appointment
at the Christian Churchdast Saturday
night. Sundavcvaud Sunday
night Mr. John Sigmbn is home
after spending two months with
his son at Corbin. Frank. Brooks
continues very Potts
came down ,,om CorbinJast Mon-2
2 over my protest aid very much 1
ntrniiisr mv vi i Pniin !, day-night and took the third de-
WIFE GOT TIP TOt'TADVICE
"My wfe wanted niello take
our boy to the doctorhn cure an
ugly boil," writes D.iFra'nkel, of
Okh. "T "'said 'put
.. . . F. - -
Unckjen s Arnica Salvo on .it.
"She did so and it cured the boil
in a short time " Quickest healer
31 . ol Ul,rns. Scalds, Cuts, Corns.
gres", as Chairman of jtnises. Sprains. SwelHmrs, BeU
Eighth Congressional District Pile cure on earth. Trv'tt. Onlv
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HALL OP JACKSON
NO. 73 1.
Jan. 14, i9ii.
At a call meeting of Jaikson
Lodge No. 731 Jan. 12th, convened
10 pay tne last saa respect to our
departed brother, W. C. Mullins, a
committee was appointed to write
the following resolutions:
It is a sad task and with sorrowing
hearts that we a's a committee
troin our lodge, pen thesi woids of
love and esteem, which all of ojr
members held lor our brother, who
was taken from our midst to his
unending reward by our Heavenly
father, on Wednesday morning
January it. we are at a loss 10
find words or phrases which can
adequately express to his wife and
relatives of our brother the deep
and sincere sjmpathy which we
feel for them in their sad hour.
But we can only refer them for
comfort where we must all look, to
that One who said: "Let not your
heart be troubled; I go to prepare
a place tor you, that where I am
there you may be also".
Bro. Mullins oy his geniality,
loving and gentle ways and one
who always had a kind word for
everyone, endeared himself to all
who knew him and We shall eer
miss his presence among us.
Bro. Mullins was one of the
charter members of our lodge, that
in his death we have lost a 'faithful
member and the community in
which he dwelt a true citizen,
therefore be it,
Resolved, That we iningle
our grief with that ol the bereaved
wile and relatives and heartily
sympathize with them in their
sorrow, and bid them look to Him
wlto can comfort the sorrowing,
for that consolation no earthly
3pKEioi.VED, Thai a page-be set
apart in the record book of our
Lodge, as a memorial and that these
tesolutious be spread thereon, a
copy sent to the widow and a
copy sent to the Mt. Vhknon
Signal and Masonic Home
Journal for publication.
Jacou Saaiukooks )
J. H. Walton, Com.,,
A. N. BENTL.EY J
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The readers of this paper will
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H -U'-. . .tarrh Cure is the only
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Catarrh Cure is taken internally,
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hereby destroying the louudation
oi the dUease, and giving the
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nature in doing its work. The
proprietors have so much faith in
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that it fails to core. Send for list
Address F. J. Cheney & Co.
Sold by alldruggists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
Roosevelt is mercilessly lampooned
in an unpublished manuscript
of Mark Twain, soon to be
offered to collectors at public
auction. Mr. Clemens refers to
the former executive as a ''presi
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doctor's treatment for two years.
My father, mother and two sisters
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Now I weigh 187 pounds and
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ren, 10c a pair, worth double for wear.
MIC'LS to lit nil kinds of foot at very low prtiea,'
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We have about -1000 pieces Queenswea loft at one-
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surely will bo pleased with them.
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sr 3 cans Sugar Coin,
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