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EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT.
MT VERNON SIGNAL
FuiUAY, Feo. 10. tyfi
1 net Biihjeet totlie acetion of the He
We are authorized to announce J.
r . GRIFFIN as a candidate for State
Sonator for the, Seventeenth
M district, subject to the action of
Mr. Ben Johnson has "writ" a
cird withdrawing from the race for
the Democratic Nomination for
t'i'ivernor. In it he attempts to clas
as bigots Even uow he is in Cou-
gtess hy reason ot their support
.Mr Jnhnson'sowu case is a
iilutatiotiof the charge that
aieinbeiship in the Catholic chinch
as a bar to political preferment in
the btate of Kentucky The card
allows tij.on the face of it that it
was ill timed and written while Mr.
Johnson was in bad humor and
proves the oft repeated state:
iiem. that no man should act
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FOi: ST II" SENATOR.
We aro Hu.hurieil to announce Senator
JOK F. HOSWORTH as
for re-election for State Senator
from tlie oenteentli Senatorial
Bio heated, big Drained
lie Mttcalt is doing etfciwe
in saving that the convicts should
be put upon the public
O'lu r progressive Mates have Ion
ciiirp lnni till camr. thlnu iirltll IaII.
' ititf effect. The very best thing
Kentucky coma 00 would oe con-1
struct a highway froai Crab Orchard,
along the "Id wilderness road
to the Cumberland Gap. It would
be a great educator ns well as the
best investment Kentucky ever
The Middlesboro News Record
is also doing efiective work in the
agitation of this great question. If
jour mountain peoplo should once
(experience the joy of good road-,
'such as thev have in the Blue
Gray; country, they would never
be satisfied with the present condi
tion A continued agitation in the
country newspapers will finally
a'ousethe farmers and
The biggest question before the
farmers of Rockcastle county to
day is the question of good roads.
The biggest qnestion before the
business men of Mt. Vernon to-thy
is the question of roads It is more
impoitant than the tariff or the
of another President; it is
more important than the question
of reciprocity with Canada; it is
more important than tlie Panama
canal. The construction of good
roads in Rockcastle would mean
more money in the pockets of our
farmers and our city people than to
have the dam built or a deep water
Mfv the people of Kentucky in twe Boyle for many
ic.nju.us scuis, uiKois (.meaning as rjanvje
pmtesiants) and catnolics. He, of
all men, shou'd be the last to
or raise such a question,
lor many ears he ha been
e eoiexl ami reelected to Congress
I.. .1. l L 1 J
We note with regret the position
taken by the Danville Advocate
on the question of good roads.
If there is ?ny county in the state
which should be willing to assist
1 Eastern Kentucky, it should be
........ vci) petite m uiiu runus,prvfhincr vnf
&$&&& yL$ X$D8C$3a&
obtained from our
mountain boys. The Advocate displays
such a niggardly spirit. We
are thoroughly disappointed in the
stand It takes. Aristocratic "Little'
Men with fine,
ROYAL BLUE JFOR
Whon vou have some
thing good, at a pood
prion we feel like tolling
our f.'ood friends about it,
such as Mnrguuritu flour
at 7o cents per sack, or
$2.7f) per bundled. It
make'? no d i fl o r i n c c
we'fl we gpt tliit flour
nor how w J't it so wo
atil it the way wo $iy vt
iLJyM . iTi' JKI
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(JET TUB 15 A HIT of comiiif,' in--GET THE HABIT of seving our goods - 0$T THE
HABIT of aslcinjj our THE HABIT of bein neighborly GET THE HABIT of
trading with us, for wo stivo you njoney.
BJVlMBgR THE PRICE WRECKERS.
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Chiu- MPHt 'MtNON ptuplc ate it'
wouc ! i;ii"M Ui.t l e ro'n WlO
in the Pincvillc Sun in the caiu om as the Jose; mat her busmen
I ininn of cdurnrion forgeiiorfll toHill liiiem'ttri ".hail fl iw ihnt her
building in Kentnck He is rigli
I.t iiiu vhii ll hf known thrmiluM I John W Mniler,, PittinMiF
ths hiid; Our citizens are getting I VS )
more active in the support ot our
.schools, churches, stiests and
Ark we taking advantage of the
punhc library at the Laugdoii Dormitory?
It has many yood books
waiting for us to call and get them.
F. Stephens "and
Ann Philips Defendant!
and COMMISSIONER'S, SAIvIJ.
Ann Phillips, Plaintiff
VV. F. Stephens and
John W. Marler, Defendants
By virtue of a judgment and
Tub prospects hr street lights order of sale of the Uockcastle
eem pood. Thanks to a progress,-( Circuit Court, rendered at the
ie Hoard of Town TruMees, back- January Term i9n, thereof, I
ed bv a heaUln public sentiment. shall proceed to offer for sale at the
1 front door of the court house in
HAIR. Mt Vert on, Rockcastle County,
light hair are J Kentucky, to the highest and best
If ihey do not 'bidder, at public auction, on I
marr un il late in li'e are apt to
Men w th fine brown hair, light
or dftrk make (he best husbands.
They a-e quick, thoughtful, and
business less apt to be selfish than extreatnly
people to a proper reahzition of 'light
t te necessity of having good roads, men.
n I when this is once reahVed, the
good road will be forthcoming.
or extreatnly dark-haired
Men whose hair turns gray
prematurely ate nearly alwavs
good fellows. They are nervous-,
but are brainy, sympathetic and
Women 'with pale bloud hair,
or the ashy kind, are impulsive,
loving fickle They cannot be depended
upon, hut are good com
Those with dark brown hair are
verj loy.il. They are lull of sentiment,
and easily effected. They
tnjoy keenly and suffer in pro
Women with fine Mack hair are
highly strung Those with coarse
black tair are nearly always mean.
All women with dark hair are
more tempestut us than those with
light hair. The dark eyes and
complexions that go with the
different shades of dark hair demote
strong feeling. They ate also
more faithful than light haired
A pi v ol fiinnel dampened with
Chamberlain's Liniment and bound
on to the affected parts is superior
to any plaster. When troubled
with lame back or pains .in the
side or chest give it a ttial,and
you are certain to be more than
union" seems to De opposed to phased with the prompt
that which will which it affords. Sold by
help Danville and Bovle county.
This paper, two weeks ago, published
a full and complete statement
of the financial condition of
the town of- Mt. Vernon. It was
ilear, full and complete and shows
1 conclusively that we have a splen j
did, business-like Board of Trus-'
tees. They have acted wisely, economically
and certainl7 for the
best interest of the Town. The
while in dd. But worst of all, the hope of our peopl is that they
publication of his withdrawal shows may go on with their good work,
conchim ely that the statements it
conui ned were untrue. Mr John I EVRRY citizen ot our community
.mis to he pittied for his bad should be thoroughly imbued with
jiidgnien', rather than to be the spirit of our motto: "Do it for
suied Mount Vetnon."
At a special term of the Logan
County OMirt at
Saturday two petitions were filed
one asking lor an election on the
whiskey quecticn in the county and
the other in the city.
The ordinance drawn for the
purpose of dividing the white
from the negro residence in Balti
more was declared invalid
You are probably aware that
pneumonia always results from a
cold but vou never heard of pneu
monia when Chamberlain s Cougn
Remedy was used Why take the
risk whpn this remedy may be had
for a trifle? For sale by Chas. C.
An III Wind That
Blows Nobody Good
h and while one may bring a shiver to many it will bring dollars to -J
you it you buy belz bhoes. iveep your reet dry and get you
Monday, the 07th diy of February,
1911, between the hours of 9
o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m.
(being regular county court day),
on a credit of six months, the
following described real estate,
located in Rockcastle County,
Kentucky, and bounded as follows:
A tract of Jand lying on the
waters of Skeggs Creek and bounded
on the north by the lands of
B. J. Bethurum and John Fletcher
on the east by the lands: of J. W.
Marler and others; on the south by
the lands of G. V. Payne and J
W. Marler; and on the west by
the land of John and Ed Fletcher.
For the purchase price, the
I urchaser must execute bond, with
approved surety, bearing interest
from date ol sale' urtil paid, and
having the force and effect of a
judgment. Bidders must be prepared
to comply with these terms.
G. S. GRirriN.
Master Commissioner. R. C. C.
Ada Champ, Galatha Todd
Speed Hunt. Win. Hunt,
John Hunt, Robeit Hunt,
Artie Stviuinrd, May Ambrose,
Olhe Hunt, Annie
Hunt, Hellen Griffin, and
Laura Purcell Boring, Plaintiffs
VS) COMMISSIONER'S SALE.
PY Hurl Defendant.
By virt 'of '? judgment and
order of .sale of the Rockcastle
Circuit Court, rendered at the
January Term, 191 1, thereof, I
snau proceed to oner tor sale at
the fiotit door of the court house
iu Mt. Vemon, Rockcastle County,
Kentucky, to the highest and best
bidder, at public auction, on
Monday, the 27 day of February,
i9ii, between the hours of 9 a. m.
and 4 o'clock p m. fbeimr regular
county couit daj) on a credit of
six months, the following described
real estate, located in Rockcastle
County, Kentucky, and bounded as
A tract of land consisting ol 60
acres, bounded on the north by
the lands of E. C. Menifee; on the
east by the lands of Richard Adams
on the south by the lands of I F.
Purcell. and on the west by the
tynqs of John J. Belcher, recently
oiyned by Sallje Brewitt.
For the purchase price, the
purchaser ujust eocijte bond,
with approved surety, bsaring
from date o stile until paid
and having the lorce and effect of
a judgment. Bidders must be
prepared to comply with these
terms. G. S. Grii'pin.
Master Commissioner, R C. C.
Prussia has a population ol 40
.St according to the census of
December 1, 1910.
is a wonderful
cine for all ages of man-M,
Jf wjjl rnake the
, delicate,sickly baby strong-and
well will give the
pale, anemic girl rosy
cheeks and rich, red blood.
Il will put flesh on the
bones of the tired, overworked,
thin man, and
W'Jl te.eP aged man j
or woman in eonditJQn tcj
resist colds or pneumonia
in the winter.
FOB SALE UV ALL DRC0OIST8
Bn& lUo.. Htm of n.nv nA 4tit. mA A.
I tetutlful StTlngt DVk uni CtllJ'
mux couMiiK a uooa Luc I'enuj,
CCOTT & BOWNR 409 Peirl 8U, New York
; iTo..'ai ' mla.iSi't
V-. & & x&r&yub & c&x ;vo A Kxycx
by a personal call that we sell exactly what we advertise
That our stock is the largest in town and our prices, qu ality
considered, are the lowest to be had ai y where. That's why
McKENZIE'S is the most popular Furniture house in
This department hab been a delight to every customer who
has seen it. Thes Rugs have been bought right and are sold
at the right price.
AIRTIGHT HEATING STOVES that will heat one
room, two rooms or the whole house and will hold fire over
night. Price $3.75 and up.
S. B. McKENZIE.
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How to cure cold is a question in
wh ch many -are interested just '
no. Chamberlain's Cough
Rtuie'y has won its great reputation
aqd immense sale by its re
mnrkable cure of colds. It ran
always be depended upon. For
sale by Chas C. Davis.
Mount , Vemon Momenta
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