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MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY.. FRIDAY , SEPTEMBER 27. 1912
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You're Mi with fclile Guarantee Insist on Betting 16
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craft Guarantee you are safe against any defect or disappoiu
Spiro. Little John Francisco bus
been on the sick list this week
Mrs. Margaret Cook, of Los
Angles, Cal., is the gur-st of her
brother. Rev. A. J. Pike She
will be here v ntil after the "Pike
Family Reunion," which is to bo
held Sunday the 29th Every
body is invited to attend. A
grand time is being planned and a
i large crowd is ox pec ted It it,
planned to meet at the fair
grounds' park at 9:30 a.m. And
after devotional exercises, the
Reunion Sermon rill be preached,
and after that some good Htig'mg
and then comes the good old
fashioned basket dinner. Every
body is invited t- come and bring
a well-filled basket. The good
roads advocates are especially
inyited, as this will bo a good
time to talk bond issue as the
people of this part of the county
will be benefitted by good in ."or
ination tint can bo-obtained from
Ihifi meeting.--The Holmes meet
ing that is being held by Kev. S.
G Perry, of Lrmrion, will clo-.e
about the latter part of this week
-Kev. E M. Armitage will begin
a protracted meeting at the
Methodist church one night this
week. Mrs J. W. Mink, of Rich
mond, is with her parents a few
days this week. H. L Tharp
was in Shelby City. W-dnecday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Painter are
with their parents here this week.
- Homer Uallin was in town this
contains a Cloth
ppointmeut in material
Ihe Clotlicraft Guarantee absolutely assures nil-wool cloth, honest tailoring, lasting shape, sati-factory
wear ami hcrwuc
The makers of Clotlicraft Clothes with their reputation of CC years' good clothes making to maintain
could not- givi .sueh a binding guarantee if the clothes did not measure up to it. Neither could we affoid to
hack up the makers guarantee as we do if thi'uu clothes did not fully justify our confidence in them.
There's nine satisfaction and a paving for 3-011 in Clotlicraft ctothes at $10 to 20. They're bOuud to
give you full one hulidred cents' worth of insuivd value for overy dollar you spend.
LOOK FOR THE GUARANTEE IN THE POOKET -
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Trouble ahead for the
Ueminoton Cubs aUo the dog.
JMew Club Shot Shells known as the
"old reliable yellow shells" for over 50 years
set the black powder standard.
The No. 2 Primer gives a sure, quick, snappy
ignition seldom found in black powder loads.
Or if you prefer smokeless powder, shoot
Jemlnglori-UMC Nitro Club Steel Lined Shot Shells
for speed plus pattern in any make of shotgun.
REMINGTON ARMS-UNION METALLIC CARTRIDGE CO.
299 Broadway .... New York Cty
JUDGE W. R. CRESS
SPEAKS FOR THE
BUILD Your House of Stone or BRICK
It is not so apt to burn. Repairs cost le.-h. Cooler in summer.
Insurance costs less. Painting costs less. Warmer in winter.
Your property is always worth more. Does not depreciate in value.
Costs very little more than frame hivlding when von build with the
WSf CHESTER GRANITE BR.CK. Ask us for pr ces.
THE CLOTHCBflPT STOBB
Sept. 23. IO12.
Editor Mt. Vkknon Signal,
Mt. Vtrnon, K.y.,
Dei: Mr. Albright:
t un..n i.n n,nini,:,, ;d, ;nnr
est the fight that is being made in WINCHESTER GRANITE, BRICK CO.
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.editor of this paper, and n-t all tjn.i4s i has been one of our most
loyal supporters. When we needed n,ssManup we nevor hesit'tted to
call upon him and to every call ho hits pmmpily and gladly responded
and to our readers we wish to sav that in the future we ore . soured
that we will from time to time be honored with other articles fiom
thi. King of the Tripod.
ItltODl! KA I) (low n c-oni M j Vernon. Saturdnv.
on bu-i.ioss Miss Claudia Dod-
Miss Louise Wilson, of Indian- Ron was down from Mt. Vernon
apolis. is with" her sister, .Mrs . lst. Thursday and Friday. She
T H. Likins Mi.s Lola Albi.itrht gave her first music hsson on
Ins entered Brown Memorial .Friday. -Prof. Frank Teuton is
Schnnl at Mt, Vernqn. Miss du the sick list this vo-elc Bryr,p
Annie Tiuterson left Situ'd:ty for Ptrlrins, Gfaut Mnllins, Lews
.lanie.siown.Nnnh Dakota, where. MjJer, David Craig and L retries,
she will leach schoo t Jiarlip; Tlt(iipson,pf it Vern.on.jdtendpd
Lear has rrtnrned 10 Unipinnnti-thc- Juljness mpotipg here lust
liockcastle"for a bond issue to
build pikes in the dear old cour,ty.
I want to say that I heartily en
dorse this progressive movement
aud I want to add that if this bond
issue carries and good pikes are
built with this money it will maUe
jJamujcUin-rri of Driak, Sand and Limo.
LEYKL g keen.
The farmers are most all done
NOT SO BAD AT UNION
AS IT WAS REPORTED
On leaving Mt. Vernon last Sai
nt least fiftv tnilps of pnnd re. . 1
whiclM.'ill not only double l5 -ving fodder and are preparing to nrday morning Sept. 2 x, i92, I
value f the property along tL
lines oi these roads but will be a '
hiv an.! a nleasnte to the citizens I
, ., . r, .... i 'most everyone is in favor of the
of that County that inonev value J
could not be places upon.
sow their .wheat. Several
here attended the good road
j meeting at Union last Saturday
after spendinr a few. days wjtjj
his parents, Mr and Mrs. J
Lear, near Hiatt,
Wtpk. - Forest Colt'eo, who ljas
G S. Durham spent Bundty with
his mother. Mrs Mollie Durham
Charles Chandler, a traveling
sale-man of London was in town
the latter part of last week.
I Rev. W. F. Rogers, of Louisville,
filled his regular appointment at
The above is a splendid likeness of our worthy townsman the Uhrjstjan churcl, Sunday.
Mr. Tames Maret. To nearly every man who knows any tl)in of Mrs. Walter MjlJep and" children,
Mt" Vernon and her people the subject of this little sketch needs no 0f Lebanon Junction, are in town
introduction, as he is well and favorably known to them all. Mr. this week. U. B. Casg is at home
been oonltneU so long remains
Ky. Brack jaboul the same.- Monvoo Sutton
Durh in was up- f.om Crabjatid Miss ,itm Kincer, both of
Orchard, Sunday G 13. Hroks, phis place wete quietly married at
J.N. Marlow and Chttihe Ursi the hmne of John Kiuccr, Satur
were up from Boston, Saturday day ovoni. Mr. Sutton is the
and Sunday --Willie Yu on was ( .son of A. .1. Sutton, and Mis,qjyill carry qnd w-h to urge all
down from Livingston, lu'iday.- UVinPer ts, te cuUhter of Vt p j of my Jriends and the good
Kitumr. Tlio happy pdr left that people of the county to work
nijjht for Crbin and other points, earnestly for the success of this
The Educational and Good Road worthy cause, yours truly,
meot4ng, held at tho Union RidjjQ W. U CJkkss.
In this progressive age the
Conntv can not afford to be with
out pikes. The County of Wayne
is conceded to be the' best mount
ain county in the State. We have
a good pike trom the railroad at
Hurnside twenty-one miles, to
Mpnticelio, a,i.d, there are now five
automobiles that daily meet all
trams with passengers lrom our
town. Tljeirip is. made in au
hour and. ten or fifteen minutes in
ab-o'tute comfort. Good roads in
Ruo-kcjlstle wdl develcpe the!
county as nothing eho can and
Will improve tho social condition
by making hotter schools and
cuurehes, and will make it a county
that we will all be proud of.
I sincerely ,hope the bond issue
from I felt as though 1 was bearding a
lton in his den from wha: I had
heard, hut before I had time to
hitch my steed I was met by those
pikes, of course, some one has tojgiod people of Union School
object for argument salQ Mrs, I house and they extended every
W F. DeBord went to Leroy i courtesy that a people could do
Saturday to attend the burial of
her step mother, Mrs. - Win.
Catron. V c Price and sister. Miss
Katie, snent from Friday until
Miss Zelma Brown has entered
Brown Memorial school at Mt
Vernon Miss Lizzie Hurst spent
Saturday night with her cousin,
Miss Ruth Plummer, at Ouail.
O L. Hatcher was in Corbin first
of tne weok on business. Mrs.
H. H. Isaacs and children are
visiting Mr?. Isaacs mother. Mrs
Lou Poynter at Leroy. Miss
.hrva frice. ot Judson, hid , was
Hchool house, was largely attended.
Those hat went from here were
the following: Misses Clyde Wat
son a-nd Mpinie Gentry, Messrs.
J. H.'ward, II. B. Chandler, Fred
Sowder, Gny Roberts, Rals. Wil
mott, T1. H Lilfins, Frank Teuton,
j W. H. Gravely, and Carter, Dr.
Morof woe tbP founder of the Mt, Vernon Signal and was for many from Etowali, Tenn. Mrs. C. C
vpats its editor and we are proud to gay that many of the very best Howell and children are witnbus-'.and Mrs. LoveU, Mrs. Cleo Brown
articles which appear in its columns today, are from the pen of this band and father jn Livingston j Misses Rose McCord, Rebeeqa
vm-Qiiile and nleasine writer. Mr. Maret was one or. tne originators tuts weet. tf, t. mmffl lejD fcun- wa'soq, iLUzauecu Actams and v
A im iTr r r t - . tti i n I
of the stone ballast business in the county, now tne w, j. oparics day lor Liucmnar.1. tjts WJIP wui
Co. and the county's largest enterprise. For a number of years be join him at Lexington where she
has been at the head of the Rockcastle Home Telephone Co. and has been vjsiting for tfce last
manager of the local exchange, and for courtesy to his patrons, bis week, Mrs. Emma Farris, of
equal is nowhere to be found, we have nlvays believed tnat what- Crab urcnard. is tne guest pr Mrs.
ever of good we had to say of another should be said at a time when ( IL L. Tharp this week. Mr- and
it would-be worth something to that person and not to beheld in' Mrs. Walter Bpyd, 0f Corbin, are
xecerve, to go down-in history for the benefit of his or her posterity visiting homefojks this week.
and therefore we take this opportunity of saying these few words of A. M. Hiatt wag In Livingston
deserving praise of one, who stands to day as one of tUe most useful, between trains Sunday. Mrs. E.
.and most patriotic men of our little city. In every public enterprise ' p, Christie and son, F. R Christie
:no matter how small or how great he is always found fighting for the of Blueville, W. Va., are Visiting
a-ighfc and with his convincing arguments both by word and pen, is Mr- and Mrs Hf E.-Christie. Mrs.
3ooked upon as one of our most important factors in, every matter Christie will be here until after
.which presents itself for the wise and careful consideration of the ' Christmas. David Webb, who
people. We are proud of the fact that we can claim him as one of has been ill for some time is im
ur closest personal friends. The writer succeeded Mr. Maret as proving. Rev. Geo. Watson was
MANY DRIVEN FROM HOME
Every year, in, many parts of
the country, thousands are driven
from their homes by coughs and
lungs diseases, Friends and busi
ness are left behind for other cli
mates, but this is costly and not
the charming guest ol her cousin j
Miss Katie Price Friday and &at-
urday. Mrs. W. H. Brawn and
daughter. Miss Ora spent Satur
day with Mr. a, id Mrs V. J.
Brovfn iu the Glades. There was
several irom hero attended the
debate at Etna between Bro. Holt
and Bro. Robeits. We have only
heard one side talk- so haven't
been -hie to, learn the decision.
O. J. Mullins who has been con
fined to his room for three or
four months was able to be up ;n
town last Saturday. Wo are glad
to see him out again. Little Vella
to make us feel good and easy. 1
want to ?ay, that all the people in
that part of the county are not
against this great move, of better
highways, as was reported by
some and I only hope th it our
short stay among those good
poople, will more closely unite us
and that wc will be more able to
h)ld up this great cause than we
were before going. And again 1
want to thank you, good people of
Union one and all for the hos
pitality extended to us.
Yours for good roads.
Chas. Q. Davis.
always sure. A better way-
Way of multitudes is to use Dr.
King's New Oiscovero and cure
vQursel! at home. Stay right
there, with friends, and lake this
same medicine. Tbrot and lung
troubles find qutck relief and health
returns. Its help in coughs, colds.
grip, croup, whoopidg-cough and
jsore lungs tnaie it a positive
blessing. 50c and fci.oo. trial
Fis'n and Messrs E. S. Albright,
F, Ij. Thompson, Jr , Charles Ma
Kenzle, and F. L, Thompson,
Sr.. of Mt. Vernou. wereMKwn
Saturday p m. on their way 'irom
the meeting at Union Ridgo. -
Wfll Edwards and little daughter, bottlo tree. Guaranteed by Chas.
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The Texas Wonder cures kidney
and bladder troubles, removing
gravel, cures diabets, weak and
lame backs, rheumatism and all
irregularities ol the kidneys and
in bcty men and women. Regu:
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If not sold hv your druggist, will
be sent by mail- on receipt of
$1.00. One small bottle in two
months treatment, and seldom
fails to perfect a cure. Send for
testimonials from his and other
states. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926V
Olive street Louis, Mo. Sold by-Druggist.
Catherine, are the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. 0. W. Turpiu Miss
Delora Byd, of the Hiatt section,
delightfully entertained 'twenty
live of her friends Saturday night.
Being out of a job is not always
a matter of hard luck. ' There is
usualy some other reason lor a
tjjelHatchor spent last Wednesday
night with her Aunt Essie Brown.
J. -.D. Bloomer is very sick, he
has just returned from Kansas
where he was called on account of
the illness of his brother Mrs.
Mercer ot Illinois is with her
'daughter, Mrs. J. B. Cummins for
a few weeks. Hamp Meece has
returned homo after a few weeks
stay in Okla. Miss Rose, Gentry
of Quail, spent Saturday night
and Sunday with Miss Ora
Fruite we're served and a most man being always looking for
delightful time was had Mrs. '"work.
Lizzie Sowderhas returned, after
spending the summer with her
daughter, Mrs. Bill Owens, of
"I have a worfd of confidence in
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for
I have used it with perfect suc
cess," writes Mrs. M. I. Basford,
Your House Needs
Step off and take a look at
your house. Doesn't it need
"Painting? .Now is the time
to. havo it done. Paint before
the .winter rain and snow be
gins to tly. Hanna's Green
Seal. " The made - to wear
Paints are the right kind to
use. Formula on every pack-
Jb or sale by
For sale by Chas.
J: B. KNOE
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