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VEltNOK, ROCKCASTLE 'COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL. 8, 1910. H hj-- . Vernon was In this vicinity Sunday Mr and Mrs. Edd O.venswere . G. R Reams .santinn corn -tMf flnd Mpj . ,. . Mr nd Mrs John Cnin visited . . .. , , Mr.'and Mrs. W H Gibson Friday . - , . i:jijvu uujri iicic wnauu night. Misses Mary Helton, Lucy at church Sunday. uuuuui John Hysing-e- r Gray and Ada Proctor spent bought of J. W. Riddle one Mr with Miss Ella Proctor yeirling, price $i5. Mr. and Mrs. we.e the nnd Mrs J. J. Reams Joe Thompson visited the family mieit of Mr and Mrs of Milton Biker Saturday ntbt Olttrlie Huff Sunday. Miss Jarula and Sunday. Reams and bister visited Miss Jones Proctor went to Paris Bertie Miller Sunday Come on Monday. Mr and Mrs Flint Mr. vyldie Correspondent aud Parrett were the guest of Mr. and give us the news. What is the Mrs. Emmitt Treadway Saturday ) -- matter with the Livingston Cor- night. Steve Ramsey, of Mt. respondent tell him to write once Vernon was in this section first of in awhile. We would be glad to the week. Mr. and Mrs. George Why don't Treadway were the guest of their hear from Orlando. write? George some of you fellows Mr. and son Emmitt Monday. Amu' Robinson returned from'St. Mrs. Jasper Owens visited relatives Louis Mo , aud is going back next here last of the week. Sunday. G. M. Ballard was in this neigh- Next SaUrdv. Saturday night iborhood Tuesday. There will be and Sunday is our regular meeting singing at the schoolhouse again day Flat Rock. Everybody invited. Saturday night. a crowd from our place attenced chuich at Red Hill Sun Secretary of thu Interior Ballin day. ger announced Saturday that in COVE due time he would institute proceedings in law against Coller's Mins Mmnii- - Trendtav vihited Weekly as the result of the publirelatives ut Roui dMone and Wildie cations concerning him which are last week. Neal Parrett, of Mt. appearing in that paper. DUDLEY. ; r- r JBk &X$P4K . 1 s- "S V.v - m Nf error when we think we are doing rifcht but I hbpe I will hear uo Master of Trains, Maris after an more from the man that cross extended tlsit to Indianapolis Ind., swords with me over what I said has returned home Mrs. H. D. about peace. Magee was visiting in Mt. Vernon CONTESTANTS last week. it seems like the new GETTING BUSY. Judge is waking up the county to '" Judge a full sense of its duty. BIG PIANO -'r Bethurum is an able lawyer and IN THE SIGNAL'S CONTEST. we predict for him a bright future. We are sorry to liearol the deaih Voting Already, Bbgun. ot Mr. D. N. Williams. He bad t many warm friends in Livingston and Mt. Vernon looses one of its The big piano contest now being best citizens. conducted by'the Signal is at Judge H D. Mage was in Mt. trading lots of attention and Chief Dis several young ladies have entered Vernon Sunday night i patcher, Lemons, Dr. Childress, the past week in addition to those Robert Gregory and the writer who had previously announced. were in Louisville Thursday, heme Voling has already colnmenced, his is why there was no letter and ba some of the youug ladies from Livingston last week. Boru ore putting forth their beat to the wife of Charlie Bryant a fine efforts the race promises to get I ML Mk ML k M i Myers, pretty warm in the next few days. girl on the 29th. Dr. 1 DRESSERS dentist of Mt. Veinou was here Til. nfrld ttlifl art nnvu In ... rflPA mnnnu w v uw n.. MWf u a,t hw m everywhere are' in H H H Motiday doing dental work L. G. seem to have the ngnt spirit ana Falin was in Pine Hill Monday. are out to win if hustling will do " Walter Gilford ol Esi Bernstadt "Shield is moving to Livingston. A party If theie are jotber young ladies . left yesterday morn- both in Rockcastle or adjoining ol Mj H because it embodies that quiet, B H H A ing, composed of J, E Woodall, couuties who would like to enter, dignified style which is to much H B m B H H L. Davis C. E. and W. B Rice we will be glad to have anyone refinement, desired ty men jj H E ;) t Wu The most reliable fabrics and B j HpH B They have built two large boats send in their names as nominees. J j ' MMU MMt the highest character of work. 9 ppH and w ill go as far down the tiver The person who nominates the LW manship, make it superior to iMMMw y Jf , HH any clothing sold at the popular t ff as the narrows and last but not successful contestant lor the piano pr!e" K least Phil Carrier will go along as will be given a years subscription to "" $10.00 THE LOWEST ? guide and cook. We look lor Taylor Trotwood Magazine. In ' THE HIGHEST $20.00 , glooming accounts of their trip on case two nominate the same winner headDo you feel weak, tired, deipomlent, have frequent I ',' We are always glad to show you. aches, coated tongue, bitter or bad taito in morning, their teturn. Master of Trains W. then the Magazine will be given to belching ol fas, acid risings in throat after " O Dillv, of Lebanon Junction, was' the person first making the nomi eating, stomach gnaw or burn, foul breath, dizzy shells, poor or variable appetite, nausea at times and kindred in our little burg Wednesday. nation. A coupon for makiug symptoms p Born to the wife of Fred Owens a nominations will be tound in If you kayo any considerable number of the fine boy on the another column. symptoms you are suffering, from bilious abort This Mtrk of Qnilitjr is oatTtry $k$?'Z:'': uessT torpid liver with indigestion, or dyspepsia. J. W. Woodhou has moved over cost collar, The piano to be given away in PHbH .Mi&W'''' Goldca Medical Discovery Is mada Dr. t?iroe' Rounds-tonin the Bowman & this contest will arrive soon and up ol the most valuable medicinal principles Cockrcll addition.- - Mrs. D. K. w knows to medioal science for the permanent placed on exhibition cure 'of suck abnormal conditions. It is a most Argenbrigbt js visitiug ber son, The contestants are all well dis cfioiaat liver Invigorotor, stomach tonic, bowel regulator and nerve strengthened Thomas, at Etawah Tenn. Well tributed :n various parts of the in the near future, there is to be country, which will give, each" iThe "GSlden Medical Discovery" Is not a patent medicine or secret nostrum, and attested MiEyiSkaoCi full list of Its ingredients being printed on its mm kxAhn , .": another wedding and two more joung ladan- - equal opportunity alcohol, or harm .,t A dl.n three wilt chow that it contains no ....! ' 1, irtc twill hi pure, W..II to win the piano ful hsbitUorming drugs. It Is a fluiJ extract made with mnA honnu Btsides the 1vaeriae. of nroDer strength, from the roots of native American , . r World's Dispensary Medical Association , Props., Buffalo, N. V: if I cant get married myself I can piano there will be other nice apd forest plants. write up the lucky ones but that valuable prlze3Cjmerea. - juvery is poor consolation. Oh you young lady entered will have an Cupid, why dou't you come my way. equal chance to win the piano or n W. H. Burton was in Mt one of the special prfzes. Dee Monday on business. The voting will be entirely fair Bryant, of Lebanon Junction, is to all contestants and will be tne here repairing his properly. The supervision ol three judges whose Livingston Lumber Co have men honestv, integrity and fairness will IS NOW ON AT here at work on their saw mill not be questioned by anyone and it will be just a few das until "Remember there is nothing like we can hear the welcome sound of a good start if you want to win one the whistle and we will know then of the handsome prizes offered, CTJL.rsiv'ailfpfe fnr pirprxrhincr in tin tiasf hall that a plant that has lain so long in and nothing like keeping everid'eness has awaken from its lastingly at it after you have started follow'.Our display consists of sleeping leatbargy and has once If you havent been working hard . . VN . W t .M m,,im more gone to work. If I should aud have been meeting only with lllgf VJU, not get a very long letter this week ordinary success, begin now and Balls, the readers can rest assure that it redouble your efforts, lor, vou is on account of a very sore hand know nothing succeeds lite success ) Fieldres which I had the misfortune to get and success comes only to those ( burned. who persevere. There are plenty Catchers Col. Sam ward seems to be im of persons who ate reedy to become proving. ur. W. J. unilaress was subscribers merely for the asking asked why it was tint he had'takeu and it only repiainsji the asking c a notion to leave the county his and it only rem'attfs lor some answer was, "I want to get where young lady to secure them. there are good roads" he said Gov. Wilson Saturday accepted that, "we have such poor roids here the resignation of State Superinthat it not only hurts a horse but tendent, of Public Instruction Prof. LEADING DRUGGIST, Well Mr. Shutts kills a man". J. G. C.abbe and appointed Prof. 1 MT. VERNON, KY. Phone-Shurrv up your good road talk and Ellsworth Regonstein, of Newport lets get better roa"ds befort we lose as his successor. Prof. Crabbe 25cts 4.00 33 ct values at at some more of our best citizens ou will president of the East- $3.00 values $2.50 values at become $2.00 " the occount of having roads Hev ern Normal school at Richmond. 4.00 20 8.00 23 " 2.00 1.60 Livingston failed his regular ap Prof. Regenstein until 3.50 " 10 2.75 15 " " 1 30 1.25 ft pointment Saturday and Sunday January, 1912. will serve ' 2.30 10 " 1.23 8 " 3.00 L00 Dr. R, G. Webb has purchased 1.00 No signiGcance is attained by .74 .3c9ftxy3eac98ac9e3c9b D.r W. J. Childress house and lot, Government officials in Washing Drice mid 2000. Dr. W. the published statement Childress and Lee Johnson were in ton to Negligee President Diaz of Mexico has that Mt. Vernon Tuesday. A new and complete stock from A. O. Cardeclared in a message .to the Mex- $1 00 values at $8.00 values at' $7.00 75cts Increase penter one of the grand jurors is at $1.00 to $3 00 Congress that his Govern7.00 ican 6.00 " home this week. F. McClure is " 50 fully recognizes that Madriz 75ct very sick at this writing. Mr. and ment I Belts administration in Nicaragua. Suspenders Mrs. 0. P Reynolds are in Louis' services the body With simple . 50 ct values at Miss Olvde Lear ville this week. 40cfe 50 ct values at 40cts is visiting Miss Lyda Cook this of Justice David J. Brewer, of the 20 20 Court of the United week. Mr, G. D. Cook has moved Supreme 15 10 into the Mullins hotel. At present States, was buried in Mount Mun-ci- e cemetery at Leavenworth, Kan we are having a quiet time iu old $1.50 $2.00 Suits It will do both aud can soon Saturday. Livingston. Seems like all ere $1.00 values at 75cts ' be realized if you will only 73cts 50 ct. values 1.00 The Diggs bill tor the1 disfran trying to attend strickly to their 40cts 50 ct at " noith-e- r 40 start. But you will do own business. Now this suits me chisement of negroes was passed 50 ct " 40 it 05 t " 20 SO 25 ' without a start, So start byp the Maryland House of Deleand I am hard to suit. There was a bank account with us and one here that took exceptions to gates this afternoon and now goes we will assure you that we what I said about the hatchet being to the Governor for his .signature. will help you to save nnd inburie.l and peace being restored IT'S THE WORLD'S BEST. crease vonr business. now I am for peace at any cost and With best wishes, . why men who are recognized leadNo one has ever made a salve, ers in religion and educational ointment or balm to compare with circles should object to peace is Bucklen's Arnica salve. It's the more than I can comprehend while one perfect healer of Cuts, Corns. L have been accused of taking Burns, Bruises, Sores, Scalds, Boils sides this might have been but 1 Ulcers, -Eczema, Salt Rheuail For. ... r,. .,;..' -nore rvyes oia , did not mean jt that way. I wish Hands, or Sprains, 5 , its' rnT5QT afalljtjmes to advocate the right luiauiuie lor rues, turn but' I . will admit we sometimes Chas, C.'.. Davis. - LI V1NUHT0A . hueVof ..... ' Sun-"da- y pli-ssa- WWW irahi fJUMi rAKUlULAIt Y - -- Ex-Sup- t, 1 Vl m ' Brand" YOUR i ll m SPRfNfi H W W ,"M II I flH !- 1 - I m . aothing k What Aits You? "beart-burn,- it. - rnuyi L L ry " I I T H II f I iMfl if I I .iafl 'r '1 ' l vl x1 """ ; I If yl t if J. V I ' i I I I j 1 m 3 e e HfiaiHAr bottle-wrapp- rF .. er V ;. triple-refine- d ITli WF (fI I fl Bk T - """f X&Jkr- Ver-no- BASE BALL SEASON CHAS. C. DAVIS' the We Are .Selling Clothing at a Reduced Price. For The iNext Ten Days LOOK THESE BARGAINS OVER. aline. - (Base 5cto$L5Q Gloves, 25c to 3,50 IV" CHAS. C. DAVIS, JstBaseMits, $L50to$3.00 Mits, 50c to $5.00 25c to $2.50 Masks, tOcto$J.OO Bats, Special Price on Club Lots Silks in All Shades at Reduced Price White Wash Goods at a Reduced Price The Best Dress Gingham to be Had at iocts Come And See Our Line of Satin Calico All At A Reduced Price Rugs Worth $5,00 at $3.50 John B Stetson Hats at $4.00 Hoisery cner-gati- Va3rycyy ;XXCX3 Will it e3X3oc?ocssoc DrpCCDCCXX Odd Pants Ladies' Waists Will it Save Money? Business? T Mens' Shirts Mens' Straw Hats Ladies' Skirts Ladies' 1 WHAT! YES To Do Banking Business Summer Underwear For Men and Boys Neckwear Ladies' Hand Bags These Are All Cash Prices, Nothing Charged at These Prices. PEOPLES BANK, yc$x8yc$yL$yc&l yc$x$DM 3ta$ac3oS v- F. KRUEGER & SON 4Ka- -it 'r ''jSc :. oores,-j;nappe- J txoDcSDiCxx xc3c9&3ceeQ' V MT. VERNON, KY. ' a V--.V 1 i ifVi , i N f t1 iifMtyfcViriiiM.Mr..1wrinMiiwtJ'w''y'rMrf A i .. ?': t - A.j ,;?.,. V'l'fc','h'"yH-ft.'- ' MT 5 VERNON SIGNAL Friday, April , 9W 19 lO Published every Fi iday by ' EDGAR S. ALU RIGHT, SOnSCRIPTION ONK VBAR $1.00 tidve Using rales made known on application ci MRMBRROP KENTUCKY: PRUSS ASSOCIATION j 2, AN'NOUNCKMPNTS We are authorized to nuuouucc HON, HARVEY HELM as a candidate to succeed himself as Representative from the Kij,'hth Conjiressionil District iibject to the action of the Democratic ptrty. Pkouably more accidents result from carelessness and disregard of law than from any other cause. This has been strikingly setn with in the last week or two A dreadful railroad wreel; in Iowa, caus- M 1 .1 ( X '!. A... t I V which a fine piano and other valuable prizes are to be given away is Having piitrchashed, the stock of goods of Tip now nicely started aid considerable jES: Langford, formerly tho stock of G. T. JohnBOn interest i l'ea(ly being manifested) a and in order to close out the srnnk- - nfr nnno.' nv. ' in unoiut-- page- - 01 nis paper jjn er-A0LwsMHwjilbe lound anvadve T-' . containing the particuh is ou!y,by eternal vigilauceratid This is not the country nor is It ing the contest in which we present 5 many repj;e.senta5l The question to this the, time, for unscrupulous. nisistance-jtha- t BotH "wets ' and "dry3" discuss , Graded School the most popular young lady in j politicans to thwart the public tives oflthe people do even tobrable with k'een interest the returnof sV tf a graded school is being agitated Rockcastle or adj lining counties a will and check the work of progress many cities of the Central WW to to a certain extent in Ml. Vernon fine $400 piano, as well as a num- 'II tH ' by being the instruuient'of buMness SONDAY i3 ac'oSd day, the very the old saloon system, as shown Uy? Do We want such a school? What her of other valuable prizes does it mean and what will be the monopolies. Il may succeed forcjne:it jn the wifojweek, but it ii ihe results of Tuesday's electfon all go for absolute The object of this contest is to ., , ,6v , fldt result? Those are iome of the iiu wuile but sooner or later an cut not the day on which to measure a miiiijr reasons are aavanpeu"w v introduce Tim SiGMnL into the s portant question for us to consider raged public conscience sweeps the mau s religion. ME homes of more people. We have JS 1 natt can be leader." for reclanianion JfsxT uuicb, way clear. territory'by'the advocates'of licence before wu act. If we established at present a large list of subscribers z. better done on the days that fol 4. 'saloons, tfie chief ones being The a giaded school the plan is to buy but want more, and have decided --, , G00D citizenship and the sense low. shipment's of are failure of the prohibition laws and out the Brown Memorial, which that (his is the best way to, get of right between man and man does away with that splendid in , 3 'I C J-- it if -- J" 1 . J..11 ft Every man's powrr is 'his idea the manner of their enforcement'; them. uauy aim yuu are coroiauy demands thai everyone shall make the increased 'taxes due, to losstjpf stitution. Then wlnt chances are by and projected through This piano will be given Jo the his living by right andfajr means, multiplied taking? Malethe graded school young lady receiving tlfe greatest f his personality. , Manxmen or revenue and the failure of the anti- prices and that actively be seek to advance would be a success and maybe it number of votes. A certain numideas fail because the necessary saloon element to keep up thir the common good. would not? We vote a tax for fight. V . ber ol votes will be issue! for each condition iJ wanting. J shhool purposes whichis hard to t' dollar paid on subscription. These U3 get rid ol whether wearo satisfied votes cau be made in favor of any ? i with the school or not' We would Cr- - T. SQIINSON'S STORE ROOM alttltatasflfiAataaaaaaanaaaaaaaaftAbaaauaiaaoaBAaaaBiiaaAMAA.ZilZZlZzTIltfMMftaaaii belettiuggo an institution which one whom the subscriber wishes, 'esueoaettveeeeeaoeoooeaeaeseeoeassQaseeoeeeee therefore the young lady who ob r- has done more for tne ) w tains the greaiest number ot sub 0 of our townVhan all else combined. MADE IClt ia BY scnpiions to the Signal will be the )aed If Mt. Vernon could maintain two one to secure the piano. & V' Cf n Gil. iiuiiuuiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiamiiiiiiiitiiiiiiuiuiiaiiiuauiiii 00 WILL buy ivtV. schools and the' majority of the natty pair of "rail 7 &rrV3TtOVU. This is no Uut try sthtme. There people, favoredX a graded school, strop, istibsoluiely no risk in this gift is one cos then we would v amen, but such 09 distribution. It will be someth'ng ...ce S9 uot being th6 case, und we must worth.) of C0 new is while te win this piano, ft ZzSte-ii-"Jgi'JSS. WIN choose between one or the other, e . because it will require merit to do aw St.Bgt; h s then lets iiold on to what we a hit. Black or tan with that. already have, which We know is s This is no cheaply mide indifalright and not let loose to takcl top vamp and two'linch heel. Oe. hold of something we have to try ferently toned instrument, but the best that could be procured in the civ to find put. The question is asked, outside ol the very highest buthovisthe County Board to market class It U a piano that any priced ' - vs e . . .; aoa. take care of the high school pujils, f.uinly would be proud of in se the r hi t unless the county builds a High home. School building or the town eso V v::.. tablishes a graded school. v ii!S Let the colt, goodycar welted, ::::::' WELL." Brown Memorial take care of the 1 HEADQUARTERS AT LANCASTER, KY. High School pupils. The Attorney Awvavv uuu iaoi; .La.ooy aixu aiUdUUVCa General has ruled that such a es o one of ever JR. o deal can be made, even though it SHOES f tii BX CO be a denominational Ja school, it Best In tha World I&7- to Shoe w- )0 X.'xri.Crxi.T . met M -- A & UNION -i- m w w!ivrin1rti TV V-'T.is not t ught. . MADE io,' sectarianism of London to do The vltfisTW WxL well Sue Betinet, the is 'vrieMa!El'yf'?2YV' 4fy Boys' High School work for Laurel Shoes . .. county and we see no reasen why WW the Brown Memorial can not do the We have a dandy line of snappy jyittepjis "i'menS oxfords 'from the Peter's ;! L jw; A tm and work for Rockcastle. Tne public factories from 8 to ?5. Don't buy an oxford "before you ee them. ' JfB WIBBV ' taB Convenience of scnooi in mi, vernon ts a lair ex- Fast Color yelttt Used 'J. '7""" " """' - :wwt. ample of what a graded schiol Kit I .' W. L. Douglas ihoet are the loweit Specials from the Mens Department. Matty parsons keep their money here as n permanent Specials from the Ladies Dep't. j$j:i. the world. would be, judging the luturc by price, quality contidered, in fitting because the risk of loaning to intli viduals is avoid-Their excellent style, easy and White n n d colored Four in hand ties all Linens with Pongee finish, all the pastj and prompted by no long wearing qualities excel those of od. As ait investment, you can compute the net returns accu have shirts in plaited and new shades 25 and 50c. collars with buttons and hosetoSjiii: personal feeling whatever, but other makes. If youshoes, been paying ratoly. Small amounts may bo addt-- at nnv time. A savings high prices for your the next time account oners profilablo means to realize 011 funds that are negligee styles $1 or 8 Slidewell collars lfic or jnntoh. Pongees wash goods-SS:.- ;: purely from a standpoint of the best you need a pair give W.L. Douglas shoes idle, awaiting investment. save You may withdraw n part or the - " , . interest of the town, connty the a trial. You can shoes money on your ....ii.: r for $2,V5. two for 25c footwear and get that are just as B jui,y iiuug lor women anu missesAM entire amount at any time. With a detoiminutu.n to save you rising generation and cause ot euu good in every way as those that have ar.j always welcome hero. hy not lei d jour n r.ney to the" coating you higher j cation, we appeal to our citizens to beenyou could visit our prices. factories bank? As borrowers, wo stand ready toi'ecaivf such amounts ft f' large If i think seriously before you act at Brockton, Mass., and see for yourself you can save from time to time. We will iv vou u recru as - ) carefully W. L. Douglas shoes are T.At lie Via citifA n a nrA rtotir frVinn nn how llir ratn of intrtRt, nn viihp mnnftu V17M1 nvnlnin in (lot nil tf made, you would then understand why iijiH-r- rr ... a s you will call at tho bank. they hold their shape, fit better and St I ;: Wl !!"f rf"1 -wear longer than other makes. ' .v,hi::..: J,W. Baker, of Livingston, sold CAUTION W. I, Douglas name aid price It 1. m . stamped on the bottom to protect the wearer against I I. A. Bownmi n cow ior ' vSpf i $50.00, high prifet ami Inferior ihoet. Take No HubetU ... . r. ' I .? u TMr'nDnnfA'niTnii , tjSbif " 7 tute. IIW.L Dongla ahaesare not for sale tn your .sj,wv.w.., f Tli InltT, write tor Mall Order Catalog. W.1 Douglai, Ilroc(oD,MaM. ) ' aaaaiSSaaSaSSu7aarraaaS FOR SALE BT- MT. VERNON, KENTUCKY. u FOR FLETCHER'S s t : : " rt t t : z t : t ; j f ??:::?? tr ?: : ff $3C$DrC9eD " r L jipecial-irtteiests-an- -- 5 ing the horrible death of mnrlj fifty passengers and injuring manv others was caused, so it is said, by an engine being driven with the The United estates senate has tender foremost, which was against decided not to employ a profesthe law. A few days afterward a of doen people, mostly women, were sional masseur. The the senate is rermrkable but none burned to death in a manner that If these extra exbrought vividly to mind the terrible the less wise penses tor personal gratification Iroquois Theater disaster in the were allowed to go on unchecked sirne city a few years ago. In this case as in that there were no fire the membeis of the mosc'djguified escapes and so victims were caught deliberative bpdyt in the. world" like rats in a trap. Of courseu might want to, build at the nation's both tba railroad wreck and the expense cottages for themselves on fire someone was to blame, but it the banks of the Potomac. remains to be seen il the guilty one Lkgislators are supposedUo be receive punishment. Rememberchosen by the people ttv represei.t ing the outcome of the "General the people but the promise made Slocuru" steamboat disaster in by candidates to the voters beloie New York bay, the school tragedy pfprtinn or tivn nfrpn hrnkn rftr tn Collingwood,0, the Iroquois .e,ection pIe and the .. Theater holocaust and many others neglected that the .behests of oue.JS.jriclju.ed to bacarned-ou- t self-deni-- Good thlnp.o are contagious t s ThkkK is doubtless a god welt as had things, and that is an deal of truth in'the statement that encouragement and a comfort. the poor, in proportion to tbtir Everyman who works wisely in 'means, are more 'extravagant thnri various ways to help his town is ihe rich, especially in the matter of Certainly in these djys ot not onlv getting lots of satisfaction food ont of it, but he is also setting n sowing prices' unmarked by a good example to others, and that corresponding increase in wiges example may prove contagious he poor cau ill afford to be wasteIt is a question for nature We know of a man who, line main ful. lived in a place where consideration whether it would not otber men, no effort was made to make it lool lie better to devote some of the Weeds, uucut grass tune at present devoted in oui attractive. and rubbish were allowed to Hour public school to the study ot subMoi jects that are of no after value to ish and become an eyesore. people seemed content to have it s he pupil, to the pupil, to tho but this man was not. Singly, ai euchiug of domestic science pracNo doubt first, rmd with uudauuted courage tical demonstrations and persistency he kept his. own it is quite an accomplishment to nronertv in uood condition. Thei traw a leg of niultou but it would one neighbor afteranother followeo le more appreciated in the home his example and soon the whole life it one were taught bow to Tho study of town awakened to the need ol properly cook it. making the place attractive, and totaiiy is perhaps fascinating but today that city is one of the most o know how to properly cook popular and is admired for it.-- nd serve up vegetables would have more prac.ical value. What the beautiful appearance average boy needs is that which is cheering to know that in will fit him for the practical affu's some quarters the percentage ol ol life ana what the average g'rl insanity is either stationary or i..cds is that which will help hci iO decreasing. Probably the increase be a true home maker. in insanity during the past few Thk mother ot a ncu banker ears was actually not so great as seemed. In former days many once said that the family attained insane people so long as theV Us high position by having saved were not buttons. She relerred to a habit were not dangerous enumerated. Under the present of hers, early acquired of saving stingent and systematic system all the buttons from cast oft clothing. such cases are counted which made Of course the lesson taught was If the higher percentage more ap that of thrift and economy. these qualities were more fully parent than real. ADDITIONAL LOCALS. poa$ac$&x3S $:xc-- & x&:'c$yx xycxxyx f&-4- f' vstaff- rIBS For Sale: Boone cottn'y seed c rn at $1.25 per bushe'. P. E. Smvru.r., Apr.8 t. Brodhead, Ky. Smith T'.p'viti sold about 100 acres to a of Harlan county for farm js near the farm his farm of Mr. Belcher $2000. This of Jim Monre I SW-eH- . -I .1 i, - V s fig. Owen Turpiu chatged with tl.e murder of Bogie Phillips, wu ch case was before the court at the time of our last issue was given two yeais in the pen, a new trial was asked for which the Cjurt still has under advisement. YOUN EED? Is it furniture, carpets, For Sale: Two pianos, which have been in use only about seveu month'. Splendid condition, fine tones and bargains at $170 and 225. Address, Miss Ida May Adam, Brodheadl Ky. Dr. E I. Brown has returned from Philadelphia, where he was taking a special course, to take rugs, chairs or any l M- - thing for the home? We carry every thing that goes in the house from a teaspoon to a piano. We can furnish your wants. lnBa1HaHBBMBMMBBBdB&MLaMMM"MMaaBMMBMB It personal charge of the case of John Owsley Reid, who continues quite ill with typhoid tever. Dr. Brown has been the young man's family phvsician for years and Dr. McMurtry, who was here from Louisville last week to see him, advised that Dr. Brown be sum- moned home, as he could undoubtedly better understand the case than any other physician. Mr. Reid was- not so well Monday morning. Interior Journal. - Farmers when you want hardware dont lose , sight of us. ICE CREAM FREEZERS ANY SIZE. y practiced in times of prosperity The Rockcastle County Base Ball lliete .v uld be far less povertv Association met on April 2, 1910 at and anxiety in times of busiucss the store ot Chas. C, Davis and although but few of the representa depression. lives ot tne ttiiiercnt teams were Wjj can work a great many present, those thnt did come showed things into our individual life, but considerable intTest and are very character is the only thing we a anxious (or the proposal suggested take without iuto the next "world by Mr. Davis, that we organize Yetcharaoter is almost the last into a ccunty league snd pla more thing some people to care base ball than has ever been played ' jrtqut. After tin tho county betorc. several talks by those present Win. What we need in this wpild Oweus, Spiro, Ky , was chosen oftentimes so cold and hard to Pres. and Chas. C. Davis Sec'y individuals is more of the sunshine The meeting closed to be called ot a cheerful smile, kind word ngain April i5 1910 when we will and useful deed be giad to see many of the The wav to lift oneselt up is by "swatters of the hbrs ehide" come helping to liftr others. No one in on the appointed date and assist ej;ermiuiitedHo .anythingnbIyi,U'e corapletJnof,i I'le.orj'iiuiza thought onlv of himself. 'pidn. Don't foiget tllie date. B. McKENZIE. Phone U3. 3pc9cfcec$l9& PIANO CONTESTS WARMS UP - . MT. VERNON, KY. V &rvccc&yx&x$x: i ' o "V iimmimiiniiniiiinnHnfHtHiiiinmininmntinninm,! t ,4 if'. -- Srvkrai, Getting at Wokk uut Thkrk is room j'or Moue The iv. Signal's voting contest, in I AT COST Assortment) CLOTHING, NO: Tar TIONS, GROCERIES, GRAN- t4' a-i rsMg j cost. ITE WARE, -- arriving new joods .. invited to calling ' g examine them and get S Our I Mrs. L B B, 'ADAMS g Mt.VJtiRNON, KY.ffJ B CHAWW? -' szm mmm -- Mi mzi iPJUU the M(( this T sandals This .gS: patterns that making cranenete' )3JXXC( c&xy 1 short , JfmsW o' WANTED HERES A POPULAR OXFORD' Patent on high laJ?f'fZgZSm .... ftrur'u f - 1 mm "I Its the nobbiest patterns turned out by the Peters Co., and has the known Peters Quality $3.50. .Zr $3.00,3.50,4.00 & L. DOUGLAS CVC& EGGS, POULTRY AND ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE At Mt. Vernon Svery Monday. PAY ASH. 5.00 K3-fl- R. ry W. -i- GOTT & CO. xrAr -T- 2"" "w .jr.jyjKUJ fm $2.00 $2.50 H - f frQ&x'v&dfr v;: t the Savings Account. c;;c 1 g 11 If: i f :: o nirii7ir iv iinrr ur n. iiiiiMi r' in ibi Ill iiioiiiija II iiiiiiiijIj VII. 111 1 1 m "!SSS'o)o :::::::: )), luiu III III i 1 1 J THE BANK OP MT a -- V.ERNON, - :::::::::: ::? MEI Children Cry ?! . (p'ASTO.RIA Fa U. G. BAKER. .' aataiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiar.' . ' $3e$3K$DiC 54 ak. ' - .'i BaHak..Ja1iBBBr i- . i fr. !.ua nt .aaLVBIlHfeJlVVW s.. iaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaHLValaiaiaiaB LVHVliVliVliVliVliVliVl.Vlfl X - evK . .. t 'Mm i,?,.'. k "'Jit? - i'H ' ? 1 B HP ?v wwfc tf ' "3S" iiWiMiiiMuwMWfmTiumTMininifCtMtmiwfKimjtiui ' - , ;4MT. G VERNOiM SIGNAL) Ky. - JCS"Mty-i- o" Set J 1'isii tot venmno veura '"Vwrnon rt.. A r,i t i . t'ln) Brown,, W ai Aer citIttnior- - 1313 ixxtaNx YOU - - " I. PI ' '"IT ' -- LJVL V3W- - 'mmmmmmmmm y.i yuu wnnUuCummuiii- - yc7 J v i - onto with BIONAL -- vtiw : 4Pi1 ., louiiv'lic I wSr & lid Ckxcou. aoid J mule in Rich d mund Monday ior $16500. Mrs. George Durham, of Pine Hill, died Wednesday morning I. A. Bowman, of Conway, sold .12 two and 3 tur old cuttle in Rich- -' moud Monday ac Ss go per hun dred.and sold a fine mule the .same day lor $225.00. nashviilc n n CO. READY FO IN 8 I SP NG? TO-MORROW 4Sl I ir TIME TABLE. "22 north 24 north 23 south 21 South JW' Ifthere is anyone thing that Mt. 4.55 pm 3:52 a m Vernon meeds it is a cemetery, and n1 we are glad to know that the Odd 11:44 12:19 am Fellows are thinking seriously 61 Tas. Landrum, Agent. starting a cemetery, if a suitable location can be secured. Phone No. 58. J. W. Proctor, of Quail, Monday Entered at the Mt Vtrnon, Ky. PostofBc sold to S. L. Cummins, bin farm ot m iecond'ClMi mall raatttr. ,t- about 100 acres for $2000 and Mr. 'ors-r- Cummins will take Mr Proctor's PERSONAL stock ot goods at cost and carriage Can. W. R. Dtllion was here and also gets the Quail post office. SUPPOSE YOU DROP GOOD CD I SUITS CpiU HERE BEST SUITS inspect and try on some of our new Spring Suits just in. You will find these clothes so attractive in style, so high in quality and so low in price that you just can't go home without them. ' n BETTER 05 SUITS K CpIO I Remember when you select your clothes here you are sure to get the best style value and the best wear value possible to secure any where anytime. -- a si. - R.r..i:&D London Wednesday. Alcorn, of Stanford, was among the visiting attorneys during the week-Miss Marguri'e Lovell is home - from Princeton, Ky., school for 0 few days. Mr. and Mr?. Marion Hamlin were up Jrom Livingston during th.; week. Mrs. R. B. Mullins and Mrs. R W. Dyche were in Livingston first ol the week. '''A. H. Hamlin is at Clearfield Tenn.. looking after extensive timber contracts. - Our good friend. CD. Suttcn, is doing a fine merchantile business at Mullins Station Miss Pattie Green of VersaileF, Js the charming guest of her sister, Mrs. Inn D. Miller. Hiss Elizabeth Adams has re- turned to Caldwell Cc liege, after a week's 'Stay .at home. Drummer Geo. Washington Ba ker started' yesterday with his fall simples of clothing. W. J. Dooley was over fron v Berea Wednesday shaking hand with his many friends Dr. D. B. Soutl a d is expects tO,return from Philadelphia "abou the middle of thercontb- - -""judge f. Z. Morrow is attend inj. court this week and looks to be enjoing the best of health. William C. Kirby, the popular young groceryman, made a flying trip to Gum Sulpher Sunday. Little Margie Parsons, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Parsons, ol the Hiktt section, is very sick. Roy Mogruder and Lee John on 'two prominent oung railroad nun of Livingston, were, here during from Tu'dge . , Logue Taylor and George Proctor have arranged to open a skating rink in the basement of J. T. Adams store, on Saturday night April 9th. Good order aud proper treatment is promised to patrous and visitors. The Town Board has prepared aud passed an ordinance which vill be issued within next few days ordering concrete sidewalks made on West MaK5treet from railroad crossing to rrtrtvirnrinii line on south side of saia street N and on north side to outh" West corner of Presbyterian church lot. The following is u list ol the Census for this county: enumerators Mt. Vernon, G. M. Ballaid, Eist West Mt. Vernon, Edgar Mullins, Roundstonc, J. F. Griffin, Scaffold Cane, W. R. Dickerson, Crooked Creek, J. C. Gjbbs. Orlando, J. M. Laswell, Livingston, Jacob Sambrook, Walnut Grove, Thomas P. H. Shutts, . Ball, Browns, Robett Hicks, and Brodhead, Johnetta, W R. Dickerson. Work be beun f taking census will pril 15th . i THE BEST TOGS FOR THE LITTLE FELLOWS TOO NEW patterns made up in attractive styles that boys like, qualities that will please the parents, who are looking for service. PLEASING STYLES IN NEW ' STRAW HATS. The ypung fellows who like snap and vim in the hats they wear, are sure to like these winning styles. Bring your head here. $J.OO to $4.00. Atf hzl:i Ami Wfi?; W&tfCl l.rt I;-- VVE .. -,- t '. J i.XvVT'if- iJf f 1 '"-fi- tn; " fc 'VlI - fc. .' r,i a ,! "M I.W l $2.00 to $7.50. r 'V-h Cbnsus Enujjekatoms: RIGHT NO WIS THE BEST TIME to get YOUR SPRING SUIT. pick of the finest suits that will be shown this season come right away. If you want the very ' V hc$Dc$p ,- Jl'8gx$fec3SMS: ,x t s--- ea(' 7v rA ifx. :' -- .?3 fr. p A (". M Stetson hats and night, after an illness 'wlifch lasted her'n'ome with'her parents, i isu;s wasu aiore. Htlf ;"z 5 For Besides .his' wife, sons and him since last December. 3 PRACTICAL See Dr. Lawrence's horge ad in everal months he had neen in daughter, he leaves two brothers," IMDERTAKERS. ' poor health, suffering from" attacks Mr, J. C. ,WiJlwms ol Carthage this and later issues. FUNERAL DIRECTORS, Leather suit cases and gocd ot heart failure and otber compli- 111., who is more 90 ears, of age 2 .. AND made the and Mr. W.' H Williams, of t unks at Fish's Cash Store cations. Last fall, he m l? IT ft I AT II Our frfeid A. C. Hiatt. the j,j:jiiiiivijjijvii.d County Court Clerk and AiCtec.N. Mfl who is nearing hisj MssCotaGuJaawa3in LoulstVe rue for ir ptii us P'at , mediant had Alt.. Uftr.ou, Ky. :x3"' mode a hard and vigorous fialti fourscore years ar2 one slser j; very narrow escape from serious notwithstanding the fact that lils" lrs. j:V'Vanwinkie of Mt aud Lebanon Junction this week. mjury or prob ible death Mondty t'amilv. who fully realized that he Vreuon, For anything from a needle to a threashing machine, see F. Krueger tr Hiatt had been to Brodhead was unable for such a task, apShort services were conducted at ail was returning home in a spring pealed to him time and again not the home bv Mr. W. H. Cox, &Son. jE Licened IJmbalmur will have charge of that lino of wagon loaded high with boxes ol laid to The after which work for the company. s Walter Robins was down from o make the" race, but in vain. merchandise for his big store where task he undertook, was too much rest in lilmwood cemetery with Biodhead yesterday on his way to all pointsr jZ3 Hearse sent to Orders IMjvJro promptly tilled. bis wagon wheel passed over a ind no doubt, the hardships aud Mnsouic honors, the deceaaed being Louisville. large rock throwing him from the lessened his days. For one of the oldest members of order Manoger Eber Mullins is at home for a top of the loaded wagon to the more t,han foui months before the living in thecounty. Brown Me .. t ill days from Lexington, where few Office Mt. Vernon Monumental Building PHONE 112 ground injuring his shoulder and iiid he was unable to lie 'down, morial joined in the march and at- her has a position. hand. He was able to be in t wu resting as best he could in his big tended the funeral in a body. auiiuiimiiaiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiuiiiiiiiiuiaumaiiiiiiiii yesterday, and we trust he ma Sam McIIargue sold a fine mare But few menr could claim more arm chair. Since spring had opened not have to suffer much pain from he was apparently much improved, admiring 'Mends than the deceased aud mule colt to John Cress, of for $250.00 the accident. o' often walking up town, and fach which was fully demonstrated by Pieachersville,, His prem the large number of sorrowing CIRCUIT COURT. All the latest wrinkles in neck the week day would wlk out over far and near to wear for men, young men and bovs Keep Is Judge R. G. Williams was called On account ot the death of Mr. ises. On last Sunday and up Hill friends whocame pay tbeir?(last respect. at J. Fish cash store here from Covington Monday on D. N. Williams but little business io o'clock Monday he felt bettr Of what i&e is n wotch if it will not tell correct timet Peace to bis ashes glory to his account of the death of his father, has been done in court this week, than he had felt in months, writirg The best ol everything lor men When we repair u watch wo want it to keep correct time Monday morning. immortal soul. Mr. D.N. Williams. as most all the cases stl for trial, several letters and young men aud boys to wear ' ' .s was only a forerunner adjust and time Wo not only repair watches, but Mrs Ina D. Miller has returned were cases in which Attorney C. C. But alas! it A visU to the Brown Memorial can be found.. at Fish's cash store ... About was &o3n to come. them. There is.a difference in simply repairing a watch from a few weeks visit at Versailles Williams was interested. The case of what School is sufficient evidence of the Ferd Steinon sold his' farm of family that nd Frankfort and has been real against Harve Smith charged with io o'clock he told his that institution is about 40 acres, on the Richmond and adjusting it. A mechanic can often repair a watch, splendid work so, that he beleivcd the killing of Ewan O'Neal ten he sick since her return. doing. The systematicand thorough road, to John Dotsoo, ot Wildie for but it requires art and hkill to adjust and time a watch years ago was tneu weanesaay. he was taking pneumonia.. Grad- manner in which every thing is $375-oafter the repairing is done. When e repair a watch we Thomas J. Brown, ot Level is a case in which the defen ually he grew worse, until 2 o'clock done, bespeaks the fitness of the sdo the adinstimr and timinir FREE. The accurate ad- Green, who has been sick for some This The writing school at Brodhead be passed into a state of un- - Miss McCord and her faculty for ( justing and timing wo give a watch is what makes our and dant lelt the county immediately when time, paid this office a pleasant a after the killing and went to Mis tonsiousness and exactly at 10:40, the responsible positions, which closed Wednesday nieht with Jrepaiiing satisfactory. MHctnntint rait vesterdav. School souri, married and was doing well, the death angel knocked, and his they occupy. The public are cor- - musical at the Graded i FRAftSK building. Mr. und Mrs. M C. Williams and but deciding that he had lived in tpirit was waited to tlie God who dialy Dv Davis' Drug Storo. ? invited to attend the chapel sons Cecil and Richard, came exile long enough, surrendered uave it. The deceased had always exercises each morning from 8:80 J. B Coleman, the popular L. & Tuesday- - to attend the burial of himself to the officials of Missouri, been until his last illness a strong to 9 o'clock, and those who have N. fireman, of Livingston, was in Mr. Williams' father, Mr. D. N and was brought here in the early and vigorous man, strong in body not attended these exercises should town Tuesday'on important "busiWilliams. winter to stand trial, since which and mind. avail ttiemselvesoitbe opportunity, ness" better known to himself. &:& $p$&c&- - c3a&&&'-In his younger days he took an that jou may know, what is being Mr Preston Pennington has re time he has been confined in the Don't Plant Corn without turned to Mt. Vernon to make bis Couuty Jail. There is only one active part in political affairs, and done for your own children, our usinc Globe Fertilizers. Most of nr B home, and has purchased the resi- living eye witness Harve' Nicely, his advrce was always sougLt upon neighbors children, the town and the best larmers use it. See J. dence of J W. Parsons on West who at the lime of the killing was all political questions as well as county in general in that great Fish, Mt. Vernon, before you buy. other matters. In 1S73 he was ap- cause of education. only 8 ears old. Main St. Consideration $500. Rats: Rat killing days have M. Sowder, Allen Burdette, pointed County Court Clerk for ore W. Ab Soark went to Louisville Ky Attuntion: This office will been set in various localities Proctor, Carroll Martin, year, to fill the vacancy caused by Saturday, returning Monday. He Richard this; and other .states, P. E. Shivell, W M Pennington the death of E. T. Fish, being print a directory for, the local tele- throughout brought his little son. William, The for, and during the month of April Wilson, D. G. Bullock, R tlected at the next regular election phone company next week. who has been in Louisville with Cbas. COMPLETE LINE Squire and re elected, serving in all nine telephone manager, at exchange, The writer hasn't seena rat on his Moore, J. C. Ritnel, Mrs. Webb for several weeks, back G of every premises for the past twelve Coffins, Caskets and Robes. Singleton and W. L. Bowman, the years. He once made the race for wishes to call attention with him. All Mail, Telegraph or Telejury who tried the case wee out Representative against the late telephone user to the lact that the months. The whys and wherefores How Tohn Peter Emerson Druminond, onlv a few minutes when they re- Robert Cook, loosing by only sixty most important instructions as to he knows not the reason phone orders Promptly one of the swift train dispatchers turned a verdict ot not guiltv. notwithstanding the dis- - use of telephone are reduced to as does it go with our county people nin votes, office, as a side Filled. with! th TJvinoston ' The case against Pur Rigsby for trtct was overwhelmingly republt-ca- few , linesas .possible in this di- generally? Are they bothered pav.r making a success in the line is. rectory so" there can be no excuse the pests as mucn as in tne the killing of Greely Lear was line of subscription agency tor called yesterday morning when both In 1873 he was the contending fcr any one fajl'Hg ioread and post . magazines .and periodicals. Write sides announced ready Oaring to candidate against the successful u.emsenes, ia i? ycij '"' ' ... nalilHll f.rW1 1. t.im nn the subiect. He will save the fact that Judge B. J. Bethurum rice to observe Register of the land candidate for K.lkll fi"V" V) money and give satisfaction 30U hid been an attorney in the ense, Office. On the 24th day.ot April istructions given u n tne uireciurv. Sired by Prestbn 922, by before bis election as ludge it was i860, he was united in marriage to ive minutes, is th limit on con-th- e S4, by Cromwell 72, by LOCAL line necessary lor him to vacate and to Mis Marv Haley and to this 'ersations. Donjl Viold Washington Demark 64, dam Den-a speciil Judge was appointed union were born five children, to fonpert if necessary you can call o i rpain mark mare. Togo is a dark iron W.. MURPHY GEORGE later. When ydu get "con Judge D. H. French, of LaGrange, bless aud honor this union, four sons O I gray 15 lA bands high, lour years! s Notary Pudlic was selected' to preside in this, as and one daughter all oi whom are ection" over lines, tell your party old and a great saddle and harness! Office with Dr. Webh, season excursion of well as a few other cases in which stiji living; Attv C. C. Williams a who and wherf you are and for horse with great style speed and Livingston Ky. m 25-is rendered in mna Biirrp;riil mpmiiArnrii.n iicoodness saW don't burden tbe Feb. the reeuhr ludee gatted saddle stallion action. This 5 Crescent to It G Williams Coai line and .delay (business by ''saying will make the season of iOio at ' Noticb: Unt.l lurthet notice eligible because of his former con - Dar) nectiju. monwealth's Attorney of the Ken guess who ibis is?' as others are Mt. Vernon, Ky., at $15.00 to inHX CX, will he operated r we will grind only on Tuesdav and " The regular panel having betn ton district, M C Williams, a sue often kept waiting Season money a living colt. but will be prepared at sure Salurdav. cafl Special Wm. Adams, of the Ha.tt,secr due if mare is parted with or bred all times to continue our exchange exhausted a, srxcal venire of 50 cessfnl drhggist of Somerset anJ men was summoned to appear here John Williams n prosperous mer- - tion, sold a good mare for $150 00 to other stock!? business. G- G. B! LAWRENCE, Mt. Vbnon Roixbr Mitts this morning, ben the f election of chant of Los Angeles, Calilornja, tq,. Wash Barnett for the' North $r and the daughter Mrs. Oleo Browri, Jellico Coal Co. a jury will be completed. M'r. VJtuNON, Ky. Mcb,i8-tf- . Williams: Mr. David N. Will- - who since the death of her busbrind " . i. . MA.. AW. A hs bnibenenWedinthe milliuerv u. 1 T," home in our little city Monday business in Mt. Vernon and made " A-- ., ir.M Whfn fou ' rf'.r wnfit' bargains da i S- - " SwaaW''g A 'a 'mmmmfttmmtftm'ftmtfMimttmflfrnmrfffffmtltmfttmK M.IMWMmHIHmilMIMIt ,r7'. W"lWHWIMyiMimumWM 'W ra m iTTim tit n ivt njT.CiTmm nn ;? in tt' .V AVI. VLilmUlY UttrSMl 1 LU. - ' u iy i !'l H, t 3 -- ' " M753 BmMmMlMBh S " 1 1,1 CJ ar- - g COttCH.METALIC CASKETS Coffins and Robes. 2 3 over-wor- k t I JP GEORGE OWENS, IftrSfcC A Watch $$&& .Time Made to w-- was-hurtin- g o CKifpcXX TnG : &x&x&x MOORE, - GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER Brodhead n. uto'ij TOGO.'. , gtfirrjS ' Wash-iogto- n 1 ckeit mm V- EXCUSIONS 1910. 1 - jue The frst Queen & I - the via the Route Cincinnati," Sunday, April on Agent;' train For paricukftj W. C RffiffiARSOH t R A, j ti -; ) i , . i 1 fi. 1 2 j-i- " - J - '"H V 4feM .ntw ivgMiillS&rigMS.Biwiia.i 'SUNSHINE'' SUNDAY, gggj&&6 COSnriHSIONKK'e) BALU. rnTl-i-.- ai. t wftBCotataitea&iMiSj "i I'. BE A U T FU L $400 Piano Free IB TIE MOST POPULAR ROCKCASTLE LADY IN COUNTY. Nuture makeg the cures G. B. Lawrence" ...... Plaintiff. after all. Whv should not every Sunday' vs . p. uy A.1.,..m r ... ... r Now and then she gets - - ...... .,!.... wufimn !... should not the ndmlranle idea, into a tight place and which we will make bold to ascribe lly virtua of a judgment all(i order of Hivlo of tlio HoultuiiRtlo cltcult Court needs- helping out. to our earnest hetirh fiiiiul. A',ronrtorod nt Urn Mnnsli term 1011). lluim- of, I proceed to Bell Things get started in Gordon Murru; why should it not door wlirttio Coiut House, nt 1I10 front of In Mt. bear fruit of joy, of uplift and of the wrong direction. limes in the yeai? lnon' Uookonstlo County, Komucky. to th h,ho,a It Something is needed to ... is a. strange thing, which we loutcrj, on n"d b?"t Aill2lh 1910, Monday ., cxpiiiui, out 10 the check disease and start v... u.11 umcuiiii iuisrlinnnnctrnliltr between ...i hours of.... o'clock a. which Itcvrl'lhplnaa ... w...w..k... .... mm ., v um.;n p. ,i , . i.. 'luivb i.i iiuiii ivui.vi f tne System m me ngUU true, children considered en bloc do County Court day, on a credit of alx -- I . ! - J Ver-sola- fifty-tw- o What is a "tonic"?, A medicine that increases the strength or tone of the whole system. Wl.at is an "alterative"? A medicine that alters or changes unhealthy action to healthy action. Name the best "tonic and alterative"? ' Ayer's Sarsaparilla, the only Sarsaparilla entirely free from alcohol. Ask your own doctor all about it. Never take a y. c.Ayer Co.,Lowell,Mais. medicine doctors cannot endorse, : Not a Drop..of. .Alcohol .rfWMITOM 1 Without daily action of the bowel J poisonous products must be absorbed. Then you have Impure blood, biliousness, headache. Ask your doctor about Ayer's Pills for constipation. r"t:wa I 1 1 , " -- "i .1: 111. , J i iffi&MSSil 1 1181 1 mmB!&miBMnmttmmitm&ftmM& WmWilmm Don't you want a Piano like this? ouY can get it if you will try Read rules below How to Win Rules ot Contest . - Standing of contestants will be, These prizes will be awarded by a popularity Voting Contest, which published in this paper regularl) THE MT. VERNON SIGNAL and will be compiled from the edit "has just started andjlie count will or's records as the ballot tax will "be made and the priJe awjideJ by I be looked. th5U'..p our mot prominent citiThe publishers are not to tell for zens who will act as the judges, whom anyone votes except in case names to be announced later. of alleged error or irregularity. This piano will be awarded to An awarding committee of tbtee the young lady residing in Rockcastle Countv who at the clo e of e best business men are to be the contest, is found to have ilu- inted to make final count and gJeatcst number of votes. ibution of prizes. !" 10 thousand votes will be given There is one way ot getting votes o young lady nominated viz: Bv clipping the cupon from "" each during the first thirty days. jtbls paper and by securing either ..new subscriptions, renewal sub The contest will not run less scriptions or by collecting money that 90 days, the day of closing due on back subscriptions. will be announced in advance. How to Get Votes The right to postpone the day Each dollar received on new of closing is reserved. subscriptions entitles you to 500 The contest shall close at a cer votes. Eich dollar received on renewal tain date announced later. ut paid in on back subscriptions f No employe of the paper or entitles you to 400 votes. ' his family shall be a candida'e Who Can Enter DECORATING, ETC. Any white girl or lady of good About two weeks previous to reputation residing in Rockcastle date of closing, the judges are to LARGE STOCK OP PAPER and adjoining counties. take the Fallot box carefully lockHow to Enter ON HAND. Clip the cupon in this advertise- ed or sealed, to the bat.k announc ment and mail it at once to this ed news columns, where it will Le Our work is guaranteed. office Candidate's coupons with full instructions for their use will kept during business honrs and in W. A. CAKSON, Mt. Vernon, Ky, be sent you immediately, as well the vault at night until the close n asdesdrfptive literature of the piathe contest, when the awarding no for committee will take charge and 1,000 Free Votes will be given to those entering now' make the final count. mem-bero- Scale of Votes home in chinch except l,wtini Uli 'ouowmg uoHcrtopu tract 3f "l direction tOWard health. ou.ily, Ron- " ."w'"'" 'on those .stated occasions, when. , ScOtt S EmUlSlOn Of onI?ast-- r Suudl(V tlie ehnrrh is ' ?' "V'0 wtor8 ' rike,rB 8 creo; antl bbuoA ll3 u0Wrt. Dn the "I am much pleased, to be able to write and thank, Cod LlVpr Ull With hypO- - turned over to them and, il we may N rtb by tlu l.indof G. B. Lawreice, m you for what Cardui lias done for me," writes Mrs. Sarah ohOSDhiteS Can dO lUSt be permitttd the untoward con- - 01 the Hast by the'lands of John ,K- - ra J. Giliiland, of Siler City, N. C. "Last February, I had the Grippe, which left me in ",. junction, they ore given the center M,,,lin on t!l South !y tho lunds of this. bad shape. Before that, I had been bothered with female o. the Mage. Kven then, those of ",? .! trouble, for ten years, and nothing seemed to cure it lesser social brthimicy, thoe who-,I Brown .lolm shut h and G v. "At last, I began to take Cardui. I have taken only I.iiwruni'r, aid nald to emit tin about m three bottles, but it has done me more good than all the nPrvocfppH? famished tis- - feathers are thin and bedraggled, !H) thnsP wlinsp hplinuinr tippdurvir'n'iKT unil Ih that part of the r Jul ... ........... doctors or than any other medicine I ever took." sues, ana maices ncn and controlling, ,ho tiinnot ,..h etato belon'njf to T. O. Lawrence at (je joyful without .shouting, to whom tin tiino of his death ns set apart for blood. dower to liln widow: and for more para whoop or a whistle is a safety ticular description reference in mnde TOn BALE BY ALLDanOOlSTS valve, those leel sudl out of place. to tho judgemcut in thla cnbc, and t'10 m 8enil lOo.t porno nf K.rer and thU nd. for our For all .their apparent roughness pla Mi file 'n tho olllco of the Clerk of tea beautllul Haf lng llanK ana unua cartcu.uuu. acb bask coautni a Uood Luck Pennr. and rawness, tor all their assumed tho Uocltcastlo County Com t. ? SCOTT & BOWNE. 409 Ptil St. New York The Woman's Tonic callousness and contempt, they are Tho pureiiiiscr will bo required to It 4 xoouto'bond with ip.roied tcjurlty ts of any serious illness, like the sensative; they feel or ia.agiue a bearing Intjicst from dato till ptlil 11 For the RBACHINp THE TOP. slight, they uurse Pti inarticulate niul hnvlnjr the force and effect of an m Grip. Cardui is the best tonic you can use. in any calling of life, demands a It builds strength, steadies the nerves, improves the vior us body and a keen biain. grievance, they are penetraitd with execution, forth) piuvhaso prlc. Bidappetite, regulates irregularities and helps bring back the is no success the depressing Without health there convic.n n that, ders will lw prepared to comply with i natural glow of health. But Electric Bitters is the greatest either they arc beii g paraded as thiio terms. Cardui is your best friend, if you only knew it flealth Htiil ler the world has ever fi. S. OKIl'TIN, Think of the thousands of ladies whom Cardui has the evil exnmple or else thev ate Master Cofn Hockcastlo Clr. Ct. It compeU perfec' nclion uoArn helped! What could possibly prevent it from helping you? Tne n ition that jf mo mch, liver, kidneys, bowels. not wanted Remember you cannot get the benefit of the Cardui uiuifies and enriches the blood, Heaven, to ar as it may be repreingredients in any other medicine, for they are not for sale uue: and invigorates the whole sented on earth, is peopled h in any drug store except in the Cardui bottle. Try Cardui. vstem and enables you to stand well-feWrite to: Lad.cs' Advisory DcpL, Challanoota Medicine Co , Chattanooga, Ttnn., 't? wear and tear of jour daily book, "Home Treatment for Women." tent free. ' lor Special Instructions, and ik "Alter months of suffering angels, somewhat sniflily superior, 4 years Old; 16 hands and is a ' 'ney Trouble." writes W. once it enteia a child's heart it is 0111 Mahogany Bay Sired by the great l. biiciman, of Cttshitig, Me not readily to be eliminated. Dignity Dare 1082, he by Ches-tethree bottles of Electric Bitu rs Though it be very certaiu that a made mode me feel like a new Savior who gathered little chifdren Dare No 10 he by Black Scpi'irel - A by Black Eagle 74, he b 'nan." 50c. at Chas. C Davis Wo Want to Sell YOTT an lovingly around liini, very deniVens 5S; he King William 67, he by Washingi 'm7f 0N 30 DAYS For Salk: One house and lot of his kingdom, was careless as to ton Denmark 6, he by Games' Free washed behind Livingston and my firm of 100 whether thev had (he ears, tests such as this keep Denmark 61. Dignity s tst dnni by We own and operate, the BIQOEST acres near Rotindstone .section will many a youngster, not only out ol Li.iomoiit by Welchinont No. 6367, ORGAN PLANT IN THK WOBLD, he by William Welch 311. Silver mproved. Will sell at bargains. and make the BEST organa; which the church, but on the Mreet. we sell DIRECT from our factory, b Silver King W. B. Str.MON, Kindergartens, said a modern Dare's 1st dam is on credit, 40 to BO per cent LOWEB he by On Time, he bv Stonewall than any were invented, not .'o Dec. 17 3m. Wildie. Ky. wholesale or Jackson, he by Washington Denmuch (o train the child as to retail dealer mark 64. In America. For Salk: One No 8hp relieve the mother. Her pimb'e Some of Dignity Due's colts ASK THE FniTflR of this paver about special Rus.se! boiler an i engiue, one case cannot otherwise be alleviated spindle lathe, oue single sin face than by tho worst nuisery in the Irive sold as hllows: Nettletoti ADLER ORGAN CO.2901 w.Chitnutst.,Ltitm,Kr. P plaining mill. Call on or address world, the one open to all, the $3,610, Winsom SSoo: Prospect B C. Andkrson street, with all its allurements, its $3,600, The Jim Anderson Mare $1,600, Prince Brodhead, Kv.' dangers and its degradations. This $3,000, w"n'iuw-!-1fmt1w aJlj precisely the influence which the Hairion!,0oo, Toxie Dare $1,500, is 7 FORCED TO LFAVE HOME. Bins' nndjjtrjs' Club would combit London Dare $1,550, Dareall White. Foot $600., in the words of Ma or Held, 1! Silver Dare will make the season fsc Every year a large number of plays the part of the gardener and poor Mifferi rs whose lungs are sore of 1910 at my stable H mile from transplants to better ground, for a ind racked with coughs are urged Hiatt Post Office at $10 to insuie a v3 4 i& 0 go to another climate. But this while, those that need sunshine living colt. Season money becomes is costly a ul is not always sure. and tight. There's a better way That the meeting at Macauley's due when mare is suhi or raried Let Dr Having concluded to mnkii my business strictly King's New Discovery cure ou at Theater is to be repeated is good with All p ins will he taken to preJ .1 11 f I. T .. .in ..f n n. n vent accident, but will nit be re me of lu.ig news. lome. "It cured 7 l.isii iiiiu pruiiuce, 1 win sen iorn small prone. 00 give; Let boys be boys good rouble," writes W. R. Nelson, of sponsible should any occur. I me your trade nnd I will treat you right. .alamiue, Ark., when all else boys, but not goody, goodj boys JACK Theigirls will take care of 'ailed and I gained 47 pounds in I will at the same place and time ULU5ING-OU- T veight. Its surely the King of all and of the boys, too, it they " Thous-mdougli mid lung cures aregnen the chance. Louisville stand mv good mule Jack at fc6 to I liavo a largo stock of Ladies' Cloaks from 1 to' j owe ibeir lives and health to fiuuis insure a living colt. JMen's nnd Rnvs Overnnntft frnm .1 ' tn 8.K. J55:j Alan . , - ww "t vw yf' rr Its positively guaranteed for Tr R. L. SMITH, ii Men's and Beys' Suits and Odd Pants, which I - am com- Coughs, Colds. LiGrippe, Asthma, BEtVARE OF OINTMENTS FOR Hiatt. Kv all Throat and Lung CATARRH THAT CONTAINS Phone in residence. Jroup M m peueti to sell to maice room for my &pnnc: goods . roubles. 50c and $1 00 Tnal AND LA MERCURY H Yours. lottle free at Chas. C. Davis. ! t tsorl.a' After The Grippe I I It strengthens the e ..IT" mil-en, "r J'""" I ........ n Take J3 1 CARDUI after-effec- a Silver Dare well-dresse- silt-satihfi- a L- 11 philot-opher- , 1 ORGAN HMHHVI OHwapsHa ON CREDIT. NSNN " --, Trial l.D.iv ) $1,-00- 0, NO CREDIT ,sp t5 1 them-sehes- , s v. ! AA.AUVT I Quros Coldti Prevents Pnnumoala W.A.Carson WALL-PAPEIUNt- as mercuro will surtlj destroy the ense o .smell and lompletely cle range the wholt .system when M. b. MYERS, i, AL-WAY- S 'Bedhead Jarhz Works BRODHEAD KY,. rneriiiR through the mucous surfaces. Such articles should never At Residence .Yk-- i QSK7 on prescriptions be used epecept on Old Main fiora reputable physicians, as the Street. damage they will do is ten fold to the good ou can possibly deMT. VliRNON, KY. rive iroriihem. Hall's Cunurh Will he in office at Livingston Cure, mauufrctured.by F Cheney im & Co., Tu'edo Ohio contains uo everv Monday, mercury, and is 'taken interally, Work guaranteed. lctiug directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of ike system. In buyidg Hall's Catarrh Cure be It k.tire30i get the genuine. taken uternnlly nnd nude in Toledo Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Sold b Jo. Tes'injonials free. druggists. Price 75c. per bottle Take Hall's, Family P,ills for con- stipation. Dsntist I HIATT, A. C. HIATT ' I - , KENTUCKY...' UHIBJSTAKBB, Our lino of Couch Casl is unexcelled rTioi'an OVfAAU J.J.XOV onnf ir-VS . uu R. W. DYCHE oil nntfa Ul Uli JJill i the Countv. Cut Out Coupon, Fill in-Bla- and Mail to Us, COUPON If J J- - rMt. Vernon Signal's Popular LadyCpntest. a C ..ior I 4 wish to nominate or suggest tho name of Address ... La-dy DENTIST Granite and Marble Monuments To C&NTKACTOKS AND BUILD' MT. VERNON, KY. and Tombstones manufactured by KRS: We have opened s nd Onice at residence on Main Tt. ALBRIGHT & FRANCISCO. uarrvq on the James Cummins Crown and Bridge Work v Work guaranteed. Also Agents for Iron Fence. farm near Withers Ky., at Doneia Specialty. D. B. At.dright, Manager siding on K. U. Railroad. We hae two grades of th's sand viz, Monumental Jim White sand for brick making, Mount Vernon C. C. brick laying and plasfering, second ATTORNEY-AT-LAWORKS pebble grit for concrete work and MT. VERNON. KY. railroad ballast. Contractors and "OFFICE. On 2cd. floor o builderss neelling sand, should exThe Bank ot' M t. Vernon , on Church amine the qsality, as there is street. Special attention" given nothing better) on the market to . to collections. day. Prices furnished on Phone No. 80. all oruers promptly filled. Rockcastle Sand Co., "J. H. & D. il Cummins. Proprs Withers, Ky. Mj. 11 All orders by Wire Promptly Filled. W. A. COX, Phono 94 S, . IV MT. VERXON, KY. f lit i ?Villiatiia, " 'ZLZ "The 'Old-Reliable" - apphca-tiou'an- d 3 C HILARY Most anyTDrug or Patent Medicine yoi see advertized in l!he Signal can be found at "THE OLD RELJABLE." Cheapest Drugstore in. the county. as a lady worthy to become a candidate in your Popular Voting Contest, I suggest this name with tho distinct un- dertanding that the Editor shall not divulge my name nnd that this dot obljgatq mo in anyway whatever. I KILLS A MURDERER. S. C. DAVIS, Manufacturer of 'VlDEALElt in Marbles and and South Side Main Street, . - a Signed . Address., fJ7f pfSST H W jT F JffljT UNDERTAKER ""i!9 M w t-l T !fv'lKIVIk. ". M? U'-- . A y.i ,fy-.JL- WtosStf vr- ';immmm irm m Stanford, Ky. Granite Mbuuments of all Estimates furnished kinds. and EMBALMER preventing that clogging that in on application. vites appendictis. curing Constipation, Headache, Biliousness, Chills. GEO. OWENS Propr Th,t?y,gently stimulate stomach, liver and bowels, by prevention. 25c gN'aVl'y WT A merciless diurderer is An pendicitis with inlny victims. But Dr. Kings Nev life Pills kill it MT. VERNON, - KY. s Children FOR Crv FLETCHER'S at Cbas. it C. Davis. i hh - Phono 112 V CASTORIA i.M Wfatan B,fl OA.ST IjM TH Y ,yr.'" 4JJ0-- Hw &. ! . I