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Mount Vernon signal Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1910 mou1910060301 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1910 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 Ti " ' ' - "N JVA V ft . ' mfasrtMiiiiiiwifiriiiri ri'immiiitiii (Silt V r -' .- Published Every r 'J 'yy 3. 1910. iT Established. 1887 " NUMBER 86 fr "iii"""""i""W VOLUME XXIII. wsPfiPiWlilt Tr w US I Itf 111 I . fl TO . W Nn NBQ 1KM i - tr I HM ja m T3T L' ftt- Vb? 3W3MUftiAiWKRaantrr.ig hm uniuuwv3ni MT. VERNON, IIOOKOASTLE wiwuwenewfmyurPTwwtrrJ i COUNTY, im KYM FRIDAY, JUNE v Trunin' im wrm mi, TiBwnrmninmf LIVINGSTON Howard Bower has been papering bis bouse for the last week and vet be Jays fie is a swift paper banger. T. M Dees is converting tbe second story of bis store bouse into a ball. The Junior Order has rented it. A man bv the name ,of Perry, of Winchester, has purchased a house from Thomas Jones. Price paid $250. Hugh Teukins is on a visit to Tunnel Hill, Ky. Gone to see his best girl we guess. U W. Martin alejded the funeral of his sister Mrs. W. D. Land at Rowland. Miss Cora Griffin, of Mt. Vernon, Miss Rosa Pike, of Brodhead, and Miss Elizabeth Reynolds are the attractive guests of Mrs. C. P. Rewiolds - Mr- -. V. P. Buchanan, of Staudlord. has been visiting her sister Mrs. G. Geo. W. Martin the past week M. Rawlings, tbe barber, has just returned from a vi.sit to his parents KEPT THE KING AT HOME. at Burning Spiings, Clay County. "For the past year we have kept Miss Anna G Hill, of Rowland, the King of nil laxatives Dr. is the guest of Ler sisur Mrs G. Ring's New Life Pills our VV. M. Preston, form Ihome aud the have proved a bless V. Martin erlv of this place but who has been, ing to all our family," write Paul in the west for some time, has re- - Mathulku. of Buffalo. N. Y. Knsv hi, family nut sure remeay lor an oiomacu UiMied iri'l will Liver and Kidney troubles. Oulv ma , who he tnrl . 1' 25c at Chas. C. Davis' Leading n " e ur ed. Druggist hi 111 Robert Gregory has just gone lo Lebanon Jet. lo accent a position there as operator. The man who raised so much sand about what we said about the grip confesstd in court at Richmond and was given six months on the rock pile. So we were right after all Besureou are rigni, men go ahead is our motto, and by the wav we are almost alwavs in the right. After we ate censured for being so plain, We bae found that you can't please all. so run shy of the law and that is sufficient. J. W. Baker has purchased the store house and lot belonging to C. M. Griffin and will place a stock of goods therein. Mr. and Mrs. A. Pennington have just returned from Annville, Juckson County, where thev attended the funeral of Mrs. Penuingtou's mother who died in London, Ky., on May 25, 1910 in her 94th year. Republican Favorite for Congress in the Eighth y: f& ",vfev ? i jag " Wl K ai id if '- - tf dtix PARTICULAR DRESSERS everywhere praises of j5' $ I J) iia. P '1 JS. M H 1 I JH JL m H 1 1 H H H m- tr - are loud in tlirir "Shield Brand" I Clothing because it embodies that etuier. dignified etyle which is so much desired by men of refinement. The most reliable fabrics and the highest character of workmanship, make it superior to any clothing sold at the popular prices nuf HUGH MILLER Who. lv bis wit, wisdom and elo- quence capatred the Republican Convention whic'i met at Dauvdlc last week, betore he had concluded his speech wa1- - being mentioned as a formidable candidate to oppose tte Hon. Ilarvev Holm. The Danville Advocate has this to saj about the meeting: "The Republican Congressional Committee of the Eighth District met in Danville Saturday afternoon for the purpose of tixing the time and place iud deciding upon the manner in Uiich nominee is to be choeu to mane the mce against tbe Hon. Harvey Helm. Shelby and Spencer couniies failed to send delegates. All the other counties were represente.i in person or by proxy. The cJfaurp'eKfnhtricappcTiv County Committees compose the District Committee. Jessamine was represented bv Brown Buford, of Nicholasville; Boyle by J H Swops-- , of Danville, Anderson by Lloyd Simpson; Mercer byS. T. Randsall, of Horrodsburg: Rockcaitle by , Do You Fee! This Way? e, 'I IU- - Do you (eel all tired out ? Do you sometimes think you iust con't work away at your profes sion or trnde any longer? Do you hao a poor ape-litand lay nakc at niilhts un&ble to sleep? Arc your nerves all gone, and your stomach too ? Has ambition to forgo ahead in the world left you? If so, you might as well put a stop to our misery. You can do it if Dr. Pierce's Golu'cn Medical Discovery will you will. make you a different individual. It will set your lazylher to work. It will set th'-- s riht in your stomach, and your appetito will corao back. It will purify your blood. toward consumption, If there is any tendency in your fsr-i- ly . Eea after it will keep that dread drstrojcr -lias almost itainrd u f jo...old in the form of a linferint' cough, bronchitis, or LlcciUniJ ct tho lurj;3, it wll bring about a euro in 98 per cent, of all cases. It is a remedy prepared by Dr. R. V. Pierce, of Buffalo, N. Y., whoso advice h liven free to all who wish to write him. His success has como front his vido cvpcricnco and varied practice. denier into taking iifcrior substiDon't bo wheedled by a tutes for Dr. Pierce's medicines, recommended tobs " jut as food." Dr. Pierce's medicines are op known composition. Their ctery ingiedicnt prii tctt Contain no Made from roots without alcohol. on their wrappers. drugs. SVorld's Dispensary Medical Association, Buffalo, N. Y. r HrTi r rtt penny-flrabbin- ij habit-farmi- 'jup'i TT7 BASE BA'l SEASON IS . . W ON AT CHAS. C. DAVIS' Headquarters for everything in the base ball VTH I A... i uic iuuuwuur aispiay consists ui J.U.. 4.11.. .- $? line ing, viz: 5c to? J. 50 Base Balls, 25c to 3,50 Fieldres Gloves, ( JstBaseMits, $1.50 to $3.00 Catchers Mits, 50c to $5.00 25c to $2.50 Masks, T" I Z. 1 X".Z,2K - Gar- - WF CHAS. C. DAVIS, DRUGGIST, J0cto$J.00 Special Price on Club Lots Bats, LEADING MT. f xsxy Phono 39 xiycxypca. VERNON, KY. sdfix&xfr a:$3c&:& jxjcccx k& Will it Save Money? Will it Increase Business? WHAT! To Do Banking Business YES It will do both and can soon bo realized if you will only start. But you will do neith- er without a start, So start a bank account with us and we will assure you that, we will help you to save and increase vour bupiness With best wishes, PEOPLES BANK, :3C$3C3C3M Stoccoccr. Ddc58C-G9- 3rpCC r &$'$ Lincoln by Dr. R L. Davidson, of Standford; Madison was represented by proxy in ihe bauds of lodge L- W Bethurutn, of Mt. Vernon, who is chairman of the District Committee. The meeting was called to order in the parlors of theGilcher House at 2 o'clock by Judge Bethurutn. The session lasted three hours and many speeches were made and a general discussion indulged in Hon. Hugh Miller, Citcuit Clerk of Rockcastle county, made the leading address of the afternoon. His subject was "Citizenship and Republicanism." He handled his theme in a masterly manner and was roundly applauded by his listeners. Numerous other addresses were made. After considerable discussion. August gth was decided upon as the time to nominate a candidate to make the race against Congressman Helm, who bus been nominated by the Democrats. The nomination will be made by convention, which will be held i Danville. $1 00 values DEAFNESS CANNOT BE Judge L W. Bethurum, who has " 75ct CURED. been prominently mentioned as a By local applications, as they canpossible condidate stated to the not reach the diseased portion of Advocate t Jat he positively would the, ear. There is only one way to not run. Judge Bethurum is a cure deafness, and that is by constibrother of Judge B.J. Bethurum, tutional remedies. Deafness is of Somerset, and like him has been caused by an inflamed condition of very successful in politics. He has the mucous lining of the Eusta- .Inn., Tntif Whpn rhie t.nhn Ic in. served two terms as County At- - flaraed you have a rumbling sound S2.00 Suits ' torney und two terms as County, or imperfect hearing, and when it 1.00 Judge of Rockcastle county, and is is entirely closed, Dealness is tbe u0 ct " result, and unless the inflammation still a very young man. The leaders started a boom for cau be take out and this tube re condition; iom ..f3. the Hon. George W. Welsh, of this! be destroyed forever, .. ., ,. hearing no wuw uif ,11; lliujlk ilVUUUUJC Uiri nine cases out of ten are caused by men to make the race. They were Catarrh , which is nothing but an very strong in their contention that inflamed condition of the mucous he is the right man for the Re- surfaces. publicans to nominate. At the con 4 We will give One Hundrdd Dolfor any case of .Deafness caused clusion of his speech, Hon. Hugh larscatarrh that cannot be cured by by Miller, of Mt. Vernon, came into Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for cir immediate favor and was a! once culars free. prominently mentioned as a very F. J. Chunky & Co., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, iiv mm. iui uviuiudnuui in n laiKi Take Hall's Family 75c. for con- Pills ho the Advocate he declined to say stipation. sterling-llvclarations -. whether or net he would be a can- didate. $10.00 THE LOWEST Jessamine county is boostiog Hon. Ilrown Buford, the Chairman $20.00 THE HIGHEST from that county, while Lincoln We ore always glad to show you. county wants Hon. George D. Florence nominated. Quite a number of lay Republicans attended tbe meeting and talked matters over Thil Mark of Quality it on every with the leaders. Auditor Frank P. coat collar, James, of Harrodsburg, was mentioned also as a possible candidate. " A special to the Cincinnati Times Star says: The Eighth Republican Con(JiltepitSkKsJCi mum taWn gressional District committee held an enthusiastic meeting here. The Eighth is a district, carefully and studiously gerrymandered, in tbe i Uerests of thepemocratic party, hut the Republicans intend to make the fifohfc of vfakjr .lives for 'Uytte demption. Thwrhopodare"based largely, very ptoperls , too, on the splendid eiTort nttifortli by Judge L. W. Bethurum, of Mt. Vernon, who, two ears ago, against heaviest odds, shook this citadel of Demociacy. Judge Bethurutn then actuilly outran tbe President in the counties of tbe Eighth district. Young, able, vigorous and eloquent Judge Bethurum is a Kentucky Republican who inspires the party in this State with highest ideals and loftiest purpose. No doubt that Jie will yet sit in Ken tucky's gu6ernatori.il chair, or go to Washington as United States Senator. JThat he may in due course, win. both honors is not a remote possibi'itv. A delegate convention was called for Augus't.o next, to meet at Danville Apjiuable utterance at this meeting was the speech of Hon. Hugh Miller of Rockcustle. Mr. Miller's thetnur was "(Jitizenship and True Republicanism." His aroused the mcetingtto enthusiasm They were Jjl.OO His r.00 values ut clear, starring iiid inspiring. ability .tys it peaker was amply .'5.00 " The State and 4.00 demonstrated. ad ministrations National were a.ro ' ti.TJ heartily indor-udSenator Br.id " !!.00 2.50 ley's course aw methods at Washington met with the very warmest approval No moie earnest or h pe lul assembly of Republicans has Negligee ever been held in Kentucky. SUIT FPI1M : Eft i us hV H - - We Are Selling Clothing at a For The Next Ten Days .. Reducedrieeil & T rfi !"("! J. . Hi7 T' . "SaS - v&y y ?KU LOOK THESE BARGAINS OVER 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 .15 Or. Hi) Odd Pants ct values at 11 11 Ladies' Waists $-.- 50 values at L'O $2.00 1.50 1.2S I 15" 10" " 2.00 1.S0 1 23 1.00 10 8 l.Oo Mens' Shirts 50 Mens' Straw Hats A at now and complete stock from $8.00 values at 7."cts SI. 00 to $3 00 " 7.00 Ladies' Skirts : $7.00 6.00 Suspenders 30 Ladies' Belts 40cts 20 ' 50 25 15 Summer Underwear For Men and Boys $1.50 ct values at ct values at " " 40cts 20 " io Neckwear 50 ct. values Ladies' Hand Bags $1.00 values 75cts 40 at i 40cts 50 ct 20 or, ii at 'Sets 40 20 "' These Are All Cash Prices, Nothing Charged at These Prices. - c 1 F. KRUEGER & SON izVt c :, MT. VERNON, KY. 'V r .. juiLajL, . . f l s. Y- -y &&- J0U MT VERNON SIGNAL extravagance. A coke-draw- i i tfW ?& .J I 4 j forcer, but onh uslee,). sale n iDtraw Hats at a bargain nt Fsh's cnu pull several tbil home prepnrtd ior him. anull Ui.sL Store. All K zes and stle.. tons of coke it; .1 day mid get sev- - who lived as .101111 lived will e er lNilIcff that Winter Suit ni.d eral dollars. That's labor. long join him iiid never more will make a run to Fish's Cash Store and Friday, June 3, 19i0 A preacher can preach for a tbe bond ofloe he severed, but - H ;et .1 new Blue Serge, Grey.Sttiped I .. .,.11 .1. .:.... ...l.l 111 pc.ite hi.u n.vc around the or home other color and you will -a- nu-uve. iiiat-01- 1, tliat me ins ne inrotie 01 unci, ana nine Louise, n new man Published every Friday by has a saving wife. teach her neer to f. rgct her pnpi, EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT, You can write a check for len'who loved his babv so dearly, ONIOXb HARKED b'ROM MENUE OF BARBERS. millions of dollnrs that would not Dear lather and mother we pmy be worth a dime. Thsit'.s moral God's rest on you both $I.OO UB?CirTION ONB YBAR aud may j ou both live so as to foolishness. , Waterloo, Neb On ordinatce You can take that vile heart of, meet dear John your first born. has been passed by tl e City Coun- Advertising rates made known on yours and have it made into the There is only one we can look for- - cj aiuj signed by the Mayor, and dwelling place of the most high ward too in our sorrow and that is ja effective at once, which, among application God the lather. God. That's the grace of God. other things, regulates matters rel-- j Edgar, words cannot express our1 alhe lo ti,e deauliness of barber- Selected. sympathy for you, for the lots of (fUops and then provides. MKUUEROF TUST KEEPONKEF.PIN' ON. your only brother, vour little com-- , "It shall be uulawful for any KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION tell pi'iion in bcnooi ano in an me barber in this town to eat onions paihsof childhood Oh! how the 'bet wen 7 o"elock am and o p. in. If the day looks kinder gloomy An' your chance w kinder slim-- If momones come to you now, howiNo barhorNvhile hhavinb n custom you took our little dinner basket er, si,ai his thumb or firiecr the situation's pii77lin' and went to school -- together, how jn sajd cnstbtner'suiouh. snail An' the prospect's awful grim, you playrd together around the not dUcuss tbeWjfio of the town. An' perplexities keep pressin' fireside at night around mother and shall uot ue tobacco while all hope is nearly gone, Till bristle up, and gru your teeth, and father'1; knee how iu after years working over a ciair shall uot in Jus' TRADE AT HOME. you both made God your choice sist upon a cutome having his An' keep on keepin' on. is a good rule of conduct not and were made members of the old neck shaved or Lis hair singed." to do what everybody else cannot Fumin' never wins a fight, Glr.de Church John was a dear A violation of any otVlhe proAn' frettin never pajs; do without injury to all. Suppose 111 the vineyard of his God. visions sh ill subject the barber to no good in broodin' in worker everybody iu Mt. Vernon made There ain't always readv to lend a helping arrest and a fine o' not less than $5 These pessimistic wajs. purchases in other cities. This hand to those in distress So grieve for each and every offense. town would sink out of sight. Its Smile just kinder cheerfully not for vour dear brother, but When hope is nearlv gone, merchants would be bankrupt, its prepare to meet him in that land A WOMAN'S GREAT IDEA and An' bristle up, an grit your teeth, industries would be crippled where all are free frcm their suf is how to make herself attractive. An' keep ou keepin' on. But, without health, it is hard foi it; population would leave. It i.s fering and trials. her to be lovely iu face, form or well to think of this when tempted There ain't no use in growlin' The deceased was laid to rest iu temper. A weak, sickly woman 1 An' grumblin' all the time, to order things from other cities B;rea Cemetery Wednesday even- will be neryous and irritable. which may be bad here. Patronize When the music's ringin eer-wher- e ing at 2:30, amid sorrowing friends Constipation and Kidney poisons Home Industries is a gcod polics skin and relatives. The flowers were show in pimples, blotches, for any town, city or county It is An' everything's a rhyme. eruption and a wretched complexm. 1.) .md beautiful. cheerfully, a good policy for everybody, for Just keep ion. But Elec'ric Bitters nlwa; s " vi , A link is broken prove a godsend to women who what one does all have an equal If hope is nearly gone, In 0111 household band want health, beauty and Mends. right to do. Money spent at home An 'bristle up, and grit your teeth, But a chain is forming Tliev regulate Stomach, Liver nnd is put into circulation at home. It An' keep on keepin' on. Kidneys, purify the blood; give In a better land. returns again and again to trade. It strong nerves, bright eyes, pure OBITUARY Not lost, blest thought, pays wages of clerks and working breath, smooth, velvety skinloveh But gene before, coniplexim good health. Try men of this town. They pay gro In loving remembrance of John Where we shall meet them. 50c at Clns C. Davis' cers' bills and buy dry goods clo AI. Mi oro who fell asleep May 25, To part no more. thing and shoes. Moreover when 19 10, after an illness of only a few Taft was elected a house and lot For SALK:-- One He took the cup of life to sip, you bay at home you know what months of a complicitiou of diseases member of the board of trustees of n Livingston and my farm of too So bitter 'twas to drain, you are getting. Mt. Vernon prices in Berea hospital. For months he Howard Tniversity to succeed the are reasonable. Many a man and as bad suffered in hroiiv and after He meekly put it from his lips late Gen. O 0. Howard, Iu whose acres near Roundstoue section well And went to sleep again many women have found that the consulting those able Drs. Cor- honor the school was tiamed. The improved. Will sell at bargains. apparent gain on purchases made fnelins, of Berea, and Gibsons, of Remember friends as you pass by, university is the only one in the W. B. SlGMON, That all mankind are born todie; United States ior negroes, and Dec in ober cities is more than ab- Richmond, concluded to be opera Wildie. Ky. 17 3m. sorbed by the shipping charges and ted upon as a last remedy. He Then lot )our cares in Christ be cast, amoug its students are negroes That you may dwell with Him from all parts of the world. when the goods are delivered the) wnt to the hospital full of hope, Mount Vernon Monumental at Inst. wero not what was wanted. There believing all would be well with M. M. The wheat market was demoralIs too often a gap between specifi him, but he was too weak to bear IMAMIlA ized agiin esterday, showing ifllll l Rockc.is.tle County should be well cations and actuality, Patronize 'the suffering through which he ffunfto shortly before the market closed, represented at the Eleventh Dis-iriHome Indu tries. had to pass, and fell asleep in the losses of 2- - cents on September ChtiMian Sunday School Con and from 3 to 3 cents on Maj. aims of Jesus without a murmur. vention to be l.eld here June i5-iWHAT CAN YOU DO? He was 20 years of age. On Feb The close showed an average ral'y Every Christian Sunday School in .uar 6190a he was married lo of about 1 cents, due largely to - requested to sei'd Lord Tennyson could take a miss Sadie Martiu. To this happj the Count) the fact tfiaT Ufe"trJiiTk"eT was sold To tipnnv nii-p- p nf twticr. aritp n nntn union was born one littli gul. as in.'inj nsjiufor two "e'egatehVjk still l.on it, and make it worth slxif fne EhVnbeth Louise. Besides his tie i ne anuria', ment committee is A new worU's record for big thousand dollars. That's genius. oted wife and child lie leacb a prepared to t.ike care of as many guu shobtiug, which incidently Don't for Uncle Sam can take au ounce f.ither, mother and ofie brother 10 delegates a.s can crime emphasizes the superiority of United Bro Robert M. and a quarter of gold and stamp mourn the loss of a kind obedient get the dates States navul marknnnship, has upon it an eagle and make it worth son, and an affectionate brother, Hopkins, who is well known here just been made by the new bat JjSsSJ"r?feiiMcs 'm' twenty dollars. That's skill. all bowed down in grief and sor- and others including Pres. R. H South Carolina. With hv r forCrossfield. of Transylvania Uniof and A merchant can take an article row. Sadie, sweet ist r, we beg ward turret twelve inch guns she and worth seventy-fivcents and sell it you to look to your Savior our versity, will he heard in this Con- made sixteen "bull's eye" target vention Granito for a dollar. That's business. Monuments of nil blessed Jesus for help and strength hits out of sixteen shots in lour A lady can pin chafe a hat for a to bear this great sorrow he has kinds. ilstimates furnished miuutes and fifty one seconds. dollar and fifty cents, but she pre- seen fit to place upon von, and re FOR FLETCHER'S President Taffsent to Cbiirnnn on application. fers one for thirty dollars. That's member that John has not left you I Tawney, of the House GEO. Com- a$$$ac$x cxaec9ersc3ocii5iqe3ec ycyydix, &x&x&x 1 ", jje Now For A New Spring Dress ble-sin- ro r The Home.. DINING TABLES $4.75. to $20.00 " CHAIRS 4.75 to J2.00perset' SIDEBOARDS We have the largest stock of Furniture, Carpets and Stoves in Mt. Vernon to select from. These goods are sold at a fair rate of profit and terms to suit. Won't you come to our store and let us you all about our house furnishing ways. A few of the things we have J It . 12.00 to 25.00 & 17,50 to 25.00 BUFFETTS 2.00 to 10.00 MATTRESSES 8.75 1.75 to SPRINGS 3.00 to lO.oo IRON BEDS We have the largest and best assortment of trunks ever brought to Mt. Vernon. Price anywhere from $2.50 o $ 5.00. This is only a few of the things we have. Come let us show you how we can save you money. S. B. McKENZIE. ll3. MT. VERNON, KY. Phone toc96LX$&x&x &rttoy$&c$3 Pre-tide- $&i$niri$p&J $3G$X$DCj There Is a Difference in Watch Repair Material THE best watch repair materials is made by the factory that made the watch, Imitation materials is cheap and may damage the watch. We uso the best watch repair material; it fits better, looks better, works better and is better in every way. When we repair a watch wo want it to ran and work .smoothly and keep timo not only time, but correct time. Dr. Davis' Drug Storo. ct - FRANK MOORE, nd $'3g$xq& 3cc3oc 362c86oe$'9$c & p 4pc$3dyc3&y$ GRANVILLE OWENS I e Manufacturer UNDERTAKER Children Cry Brodhead awM33Bf 93C9tooc8fc I Ky C ASTO R A , I .caa2ttaaa25a2a2o2aaa2aan22 "v.u(,aMVByMW,e5iOOej,8g9((011, UNCLE SAM -- BVYS MORE a m '4 PETERS' S4 SHOES t -- S. ."SvX ftV a THAN ALL OTHERS COMBINED. zjk afcV of OWENS Tropr. mittee on Appsopriatious a letter Phone 112 expressing deep resenrment at the criticism passed by Democrats in House debate upon the truveliug expenses o the Presidcm. Thi President says he is especially disAt Residence tressed by "suggested reflection on on Old Main Southern hospisality." Street. While returning from a arty at MT. VERNON, Ky! Columbus, O., an putomobile Will be in office at Livingston driven by William Snyder ran over an embankment and Miss Lillian everv Mord y, Wright pnd Miss Flossie Herman were instantly killed. Mis Don Gross suffered frac'urcd rib; M r. Snyder's leg was broken. Miss Wright was to have been married to Fred Ambrose. M. L. MYERS, ' Bill Coffins, All Mail, COMPLETE LINE Caskets and Robes. Dentist, Telegraph or orders Promptly Filled. Tele-phon- o 3cC39C8r0C&3CXXX 3XX3CCX5!G( . 35CXXXSe3fc WANTED EGGS, POULTRY AND ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE At Mt. Vernon Eyery Monday. WILL PAY a of .. -- a a a tion participated in by 13oI the leading houses of the United States, the Peters Shoe Co. has been awarded a contract for samples ever made by the Peters Shoe Co. in connection with a Govern ment contract, in a competithe only emulsion iiru tated. The reason is plain it's the best. Insist upon having Scott' it's the world's standard flesh and is ALL DRUGGISTS On the first showing R. W. DYCHE DENTIST MT. VERNON, KY. Office at residence on Main Tt. Crown and Bridge "VVorlr a Specialty Work guaranteed. Will be in Brodhead every Monday further notice we will grind only on Tuesday and Saturdiv, but will be prepared at ill times to continue our exchange busintss. CASH. HEADQUARTERS AT LANCASTER, KY. Notick: -- Until W, R. GOTT & CO. 1 XA mm 31.120 PAIRS OF PETERS' SHOES "a s. This Is more In number of pairs, more in dollars and more In number of styles bought than awarded to all other competitors combined. The award was made strictly on merit and stamps the seal of superiority on strength builder. J&WE JaW SlfOF Mt. Vrknon Roller. Mills. Mch.-18-t- f. XXC:XXC 3CC3X.3C8eQCX PETERS' SHOES JflMEAS OHM XSfT 89 WffiFORYOUASWR WOEMM. w v,?j'Xe- - They don't cost you no more. We give a new pair for every pair that TOGO. Sired by Preston 922, by Wash 55:::: ingtoii 54. by Cromwell 72, by oo. Washington Demark 64, dam S3.... iron mare. Togo Js a OB" gray x,sj4 bands high, dark years four old and a great saddle and harness horse with great style speed and action. This 5 gaited saddle stallion Geo- will make the season of iOioat Mt. Vernon, Ky., at 615.00 to insure n living colt. Season money a.. due if mare is parted with or bred to other stock. G, B. Den-mar- k My bull, "Tvro Miller." will ierve a few cows at my place at 1.00. Convenience of the Savings Account "Mode"CrAvfokd, wmmtma-- THE LAW'S DELAY. nsBBWMBMa don't give satis- faction. i&: h l M.I Meftenzie .s$fcv Mcee d wjzm -- JL?M4uijfoYsy w rx v i Mauy persons keep their money hero a9 a permanent investment because the risk of loaning to individuals is avoided. As an investment, you can compute the net returns nccu ratoly. Small amounts may bo added at any time. A savings account offers u profitable means to realize on funds that are You may withdraw a part or the idle, awaiting investment, entire amount at any time. With a determination tp save you aro always wolcomo hore. Why not lend your n.oney to the bank? As borrowers, we stand ready to receive such amounts as you can save from timo to time. We will pay you a regular rate of interest on your money. We'll explain in detail if you will call at the bank. X ' THE BANK OF MX VERNON, PRRRfflRlflflfl LAWRENCE, Mt. Vbrn 0 1 I ' Ilx What's the best way to nevei ettlo a question: DlxQo to law about it xcSxcxjc: (incorporated.) mt. vrrmntj. tcr'nttttpkv. 3c8eoc683ic lSv. "f. 'Mi-i- is ..' Wmy,; JM-- " f (' t. JR4L"' "yvnn. J. W. Baker was up from Tuesday. Mrs. J. Tlios. Cherry, of 19i0 is very sick. Miss Margurite McClarv is with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Brown. Shirley Tate went down to Corbin Saturday and caught a game for London against Corbin. The Misses Morgan, of East Bernstadt, were with Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Davis during the week. Hamp Renuer, of the Hansford section, has moved to town so his P 'wife can be under the treatment of Liv-nghto- iMT. VERNON. SIGNAL Mt Vernon, Ky. June 3. n Brown Memorial Baod-hca- d, H 79 Coll up "No. 79' "Whn you want to Communl- onto with SIGNAL 79 Louitviut 4 NHviitc n n.co ' TIME TABLE , . 5 'V- - 22 north 24 north 23 south 21 South 3:52 11:44 12:19 Tas. am aw am Rnulh!lrA LOCAL 1 i W 1 7 op 'b 1 ; f J& r ." - , ' 'ljj Wear Star Brand Shoes, the AT THE PRICES WE ASK Shoe without the hurt." Get 'orn Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Poitofflce at Fish's. wall matter. m iecnd-clt Wm. Mullins and Steve Carpenter have purchased the Skating If fellow like clothes PERSONAL Rink from Geo. Proctor and L. D. I Joe Childress, of Lily, has been Taylor. S style combined. Mere this vyeek. The (Board of Trustees of the Mr. Lee Johnson was tip from Graded School have employed Prof. Houston, ot Lexington, at a salary Livingston Sunday. t and moderately first. Mrs.'Judith Chestnut is with of $1200. The comedy in one act. "Town friends heretbis week. STETSON Hats and STAR priced will please these as well Meeting ol Killinguorth" was preMiss Marie Brock is visiting her BRAND Shoes are in a class to sented by Rob McKenzie, Llojd themselves. Get them at Fish's rMlPQflllt sister Mrs..E. S. Albright. TrtVlll filr Altnn T?nflto sell CopyrVl I9C, kjrU S. FjiUoo mt Dr. Cornelius was hero from Cash Store. Jesse Fish, Mis Emma Ilamui, ew Dock Co , S.rn Yk Monday. Berea on business SATISFACTION is a great big Bryan Perkins and Miss Bertha G. M. Ballard is with his mother word but this is what you get when Litton, with others in attendance. . . you buy STAR BRAND SHOES and those who ei'joy a good in Big Hill section this week. herty Mr. and Mrs. Al Holmes were at FISH'S CASH STORE. laugh were given an opportunity to " here from Crab Orchard Monday. Don't forget the nth District "laugh", to their hearts content. WE have juct opened another big ALL THE POPULAR The Courtship of Miles Staiidisli attended Christian Sunday school ConvenNEW THINGS IN Atty. C. C. Williams shipment of S of the New Capitol tion to be held here at the Christian was next presented by John Fish, ' SHAIES 1N the dedication STAR BRAND SHOES All S. S Miss Frauces Forbes, John D. Hen Mrs. Sarah Maret, of Wildie, Church June ARROW COLLARS derson, Jesse Fish, Jones' Fish, 1-and most people know was with her daughter Mrs. J. Fish workers are cordially invited. STAU BRAND SHOES ARE Jamie Thompson and Joln Lair. 5 lluu 50c Tuesday. loc or 2 for a quarter. All parties holding clairasagain.'t better, do you? Fish, as Miles Stundish and G. McNew, the yonng the estate of J. H. Hayes, decease, John John Miss Franres Forbe, as Priscilla, Wildie groceryman, was in town will present same to me at once x BOY were tUe stats aird wt re highly com Wednesdey. properly proven, otherwise they E plimenteduuaapplauded for the ex IN DEPENDABLE QUALITY AT REASONABLE PRICES. Miss Frances Sparks has re- will not be allowed. celleut mannern which they play T. J. Hayks, Executor. turned from the Conservatory ed their parts. MAKE OUR WE NEED YOU Cincinnati. Miss Bernice Dand rum recited Hardin is with her Dr. D. B. Southard bought a fine m Pantomime. "Tlib F; Miss Lela 41 lminc" and horse from Dr. E. J. Brown, of sister Mrs. F. L. Moore on Miss Anna Walton g A'fc 'The Re Standford. YOU NEED US STORE YOUR Ave. suit of the meeting", Both did well Dr. Brown is now tiding a new ana ineir v R. L. Joplin, the popular sales well re 3 automobile which he recently pur ceived by recitations eV mnn.t has moved from Somerset to the appreci r LET'S GET Jiearers STORE WHEN MT VERNON'S LEADING (.LCQlUIll Dauvillf . chased in Lexington. 'Excelsioi" sung "j vliss Mae ALL AROUND CORNER NEXT TO COURT HOUSE. Miss Theodosia Peak, of Lex Mrs. John Catron, who used to Miller added greatl y 10 ine pro- PHONE 77 TOGETHER IN TOWN ington, is the guest of Miss Eliza- be Mivs Mar CnUer, was buried gram, as the solos sang by Miss MAIL 0KDEKS SOLICITED Miller are always llhoroughlyXen- lust Monday. beth Adams. She leaves a babe 1, joyed. F. Watson was up from Brod-hea- only a few da s old. Tuberculosis J. Evangeline, the lat number on to attend the contest Wednes and other complications brought the progiam, was' presented in about her death. day evening. story, picture and song. Pryor, spent from Friday Hall We would suggest that it might Wednesday evening was the deuiiiiiiikiiiiaiiuiuiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiai2iiiiiiiiiiiiiuiuaiiuuuiiuiu& tUMMM until Wednesday the guest of Miss bea good idea fo. the Marshall to clamatory contest in whiclf five Risse Williams. always be present at public gather young ladies took part. J'Lady of the leading educators in the 'NOTICE FOR BIDS. Sure cire for wrinkles, cleanicg COUPON Mrs. T. J. Pennington and chil- ings, aud maybe some of the Wentttorth" Miss Blanche CrawState is one of the ablest lecturers dyeing, repairing And pressing On the tenth day of June roio have been with younger boys who dren, of Livingston, SIGNAL PIANO CONTEST always ford; "Commencement,' Miss Vir- and most forceful speakers on the AH hsjUm Ladies garments R'speciaUy will relatives lure this wtek. make a rush for the back of ginia Martin; The Trumpet aud lecture platform. His subject was the county board of education prompt attention. Voted for work clven meet to consider bids for the conWm. McNew Jr., of Orlando, the room, scrape their feet over the Diutu," "Picnic Time," "Secin' "The Cost of Conquest." Wu. MUtLINSlr struction of school houses in the a-- visit with floor, keep a screaking bench in Things," Miss will leave Monday for Ruth Mullins The prize offered by Miss Mat following , Mt Vernon, Ky. No. motion or something to annoy "Flying Jim" Miss Sadie Richards; Williams, a handsome volume ol friends at Red Fork, Oklahoma. Good For 1,000 Votes 43, 47 and 57. Tho board ' Cross Ties: I have a contract C. A. Davis, who recently went others, just to be funny as they 'The Fiddle Told," Miss Clyde Holme's Poetical works, for the reserves the right to reject any If accompanied by $i subscription for toooo cross ties. Patties havregard it, could be induced to Watson, and most creditable efforts west, came home yesterday to be greatest ad and all bids. All bids should be student making the ing ties to sell, would be glad to stay at home or keep quiet. each made. To say which was vancement aud doing the mot present at the burial of his sister either Not Good After Mav 28 have them put some in on my sealed and tiled with the county Mrs. C. B. Henderson. J'. T. Adams Tub Members and all who sub best, was hard to do. Each did faithtul work for the year, was Supt.,orSec. of the board. Coupons "must reach this office not contract. Mt. Vernon, Ky. Miss Eva Fish has returned from scribed to the building of the new well well and displayed much abil- awarded to John D. Henderson. The houses are to be built ac- later than 5:30 p. m. on May 28 Mrs. Langdon, of Baltimore, the cording to the following specificaJones Fish Norton, Va.. where she has been Buckeye Church are all requested ity as elocutionists. For Sals or Rent: A good teaching in the Norton Graded to meet at Church Saturday morn- - recited "The Constitution" and lady who furnished the money to tions: Cluett Shirts are right. $1 50 house on West Mala St. Mt. John Fish "The Conquerer," but build Lnngdon Dormitory, gave n School for the past year. i ig at 9 o'clock a. m. June nth, DIMENSIONS everywhere. Sold in Mt. Vernon Vernon Ky.Call on F. L. Thompson thev were not in as contestants and handsome Bible to the student in W. B. Spivey, who recently 910 for the purpose of making were not so May Dimensions 24 x 34 x 10 feet only at Fish's Cash Store. or S. D. Lewis. by the each grade who made the best aver considered Treasurer and moved here has been called to a settlement with-thJudges, notwithstanding each d'd nge iti Bible study. The following high in clear. To be built on stone good position as Steam Shovel Building Committee and cleaning well enough to entitle him to a representing seven grades were pillars not exceeding 6 feet apart Engineer in the state of Wisconsian off church house yard and dis handsome prize. Atty. C. C. awarded one each of these hand with lowest corner eight inches posing of the remnants of lumber Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hiatt, Dr. Williams, Miss Georgia McFerron some Bibles Bertha Litton, Fred from ground. Ballast to be put 18 etc. Geo. Frith aud sister Miss Etta, and Mr. J. H. Cooper, of Knox Baker, Manerva Pencil, Bentley inches in ground under pillars. G. S. .Griffin, ) Is alcohol a tonic? No! Does it make the blood pure? ofBrodhead, attended the Brown ville, acted as judges, awarding the Sparks, Jamie Ihompson, Miss Foundation to be of 2 x 10 oak Com. M G. Fish, Tuesday night. Nol Does it strengthen the nerves? No! 1$ AVer's Memorial exercises sill usiug box sill with 6x6 first prize, a handsome silver med- Prances Forbes and Jesse Fish. James H Coffee ) Top joist.2 x 6 a Sarsaparilla a tonic? Yes! Does it make the blood pure? G. C Fish, Treas. was, here from Lin through center. al; the gift of Mr W.J, Sparks, to K. J. Smith Miss Margaret McClary favored Yes! Is it the only Yes! Does it strengthen the nerves Studing and raftres Miss Virginia Martin and the sec- us with a few solos, which was one oak or pine coin last week and told us that lie a popular Stringer, Lincoln Sarsaparilla entirely free from alcohol? Yes! Ask your ond prize, a copy of Whittier's of the. interesting features of the 2x4 oak or pirc To b: framed on pleased with his new home was well black smith of Brodhead and Mi-medicine. If he approves, doctor about this 18 Mich centers except tool which and the prospects for a good crop. Janie Johnson, also of Rockcastle, complete work, the gift of E S exercises. your confidence will be complete. . c. Aytt Co.. Lowell. Man. Alhrght, to Miss Sadie Richards The miccpsn of the Brown Mem- is tit be on two foot centers. To k Ben Fisbhack and Geo came here last Saturday and seI Downhearted I Ail Mr Williams in presenting the t rial for the past j eur is unpirulell be weattier boarded and ceiled Dullboysl Dull girlsl Dull men I Dull women I very often due to constipation I Yet the cure Is so ea Ayer'tPUf. Ak yourdoctox. Jr. were here from Living- cured a license from County Clerk prizes, said that the Judges found ed and lor Miss McCord and her weather boarding to be no 1 comston Wednesday evening attending Cooper and were immediately made it a most difficult task to decide be- most excellent faculty, who have mon poplar showing 4 inches to the closing exercises of the Brown man and wife bv Judge Bailey in tween the young ladies, each one labored so faithfully', the patrons weather. Ceiling to be no 1 comMr Memorial School . his most approved style. having done so well, ano with him and friends give the praise for their mon tongued and groved pine or D. Cummins was in Lexington, Stringer was very anxious to keep the entire audience hentily cou untiring efforts in extravagant popular Ji thick. Flooring to be Paris and other Central Kentucky the news ot their wedding out of curred. terms; During the entire existence no 1 common tongucd and groved towns during the week selling the the papers until he and his bride The Piano duet by Misse Anna of the school, never has the hearty, pine or oak, cornice to be pine or products of the new Rockcastle could return to Biodhead, secure Mae Mjlle'rand Blanche Crawford co operation and kindly feeling of poplar Frieze and planceer each Sand Company's Quarry at Withers. theirtrunks and leave for a trip to and the songs bv the Glee Club teachers and patrons been so mini to be ten inches wide with 3 Louisville, fearing a chivari by the Mr. J. W. Vanwinkle has re- and mixed chorus were the music- fest as during the past ear and the inch crown mould around facin. of several boys who had been watching for al to attires of the turnedafter an absence fact that there is n possibility of, Outside casing and corner strips evening bis elopement. Interior Journal days. Mrs Vanwinkle who has Yesterday afternoon completed Miss McCord discontinuing ltr to be poplir no t common inside Six right been quite sick for a few days is A, B. Davis received a the program of the closing exer- work in Mt. Vernon has been a casing to be of pine. Mr. W. some better. light, three to each side, windows message Monday from Tucson, cises, with the piano recital of Miss source of regret to all. The faculty will remain at the 14 x 16 hanging with weights James Maret left yesterday for Arizona, that his daughter, Mrs. Keys' music pupils Those who in end of houSe Middlesboro to attend a meeting of Garla Henderson, died that morn- - took part wre, Misses Anna Wal- Dormitory for a few days before One door A quality iji hung with 3 4 x 4 Telephone Co a new jllg atJO that they would leave at ton, Sadie Richards Ruth Mullins, leaving for their respective homes. 3x7 the Ken-SeJivsrL iv At the college building there has steel butts using ft good rim lock. nroanlmtion. whose purpose it is once ror mi. Vernon with there Jennie Morrow Miller, Bernice , been on exhibition since Wednes- Transom over door 3 x 14, hung to continue the copper line from mains for burial. Her husband, 0. Landrura, Annie May Miller, Pat-ti- e day specimen of each pupil's work, Perkins, Bess and Henderson and two small chil-Martha showing It as it was at the be- with 4 X 4 steel butts using1 tour Livingston to Lexington giving a j timiiph Conner line, ol tne inae- jren are .accompanying the re Sparks, Christine Davis, Lula ginning of the year and what it tt. lift. Rostum across back end of ' Black to St, mains and they are expected to ar- McCoy, Christine McFerron and was at the close, showing everthing house eight leet .wide. pendents from Knoxville or to mot row. Nopir- - Master Fred Baker. The splendid from the .culinary department to board four feet by full width of rive Louis. Mr. Davis re- - showing made by each of the par- the High School work, and "by house. One brick flue built in -Huoh Coffey, the 14 year old son ticulars were given. their works ye shall know them." cfmter sjvung on iron stirups. To ceived a letter a few days ago ticipants was very commendable and so it is by thespecimen exhib- be covered with a gcod grade ol of Mr" and Mrs. Willis Coffey, of Mrs. Henderson had both to the pupils and their most ited we know that the efforts j stating that inches All the Wildie section, was severely shingles showing 4 fell or in some way had injured efficient teacher, Miss Keys of Miss McCord and her splendid oak 1 Aav last week by a tree to weather. of Veichers have been fully would probably Last evening ..' ? i.iiiff across him. He and his herself and operation aud hehave to Prof, Acheson, was theoflecture by corps McCord All buildings must be completed thinks Ptes. undergo an Caldwell rewarded. Miss as fo has not father were sawing a tree down decided as vet her work by September 15. iqto. Danville, and it goes fully probably she died while under College, for next year, but as soon as fully it split when nearly off and fell that aud J. W. Kinckr, Chm very going this ordeal vet he does not without the saving thai it was fine determiued announcement will be oB the boy bruising hira up Prof. Acheson, b'esides beiug one made, J. M. Craig, Sect. know it to be a fact. Phone No. 58. a Landrum, Agent. This week has been the closing ex ercises of the Brown Memorial School and lias been a week full i f interest, enjoyment :nnl pleasuie for the oeoplc of Vlt, Vernon nrd vicinity. Sunday ifttruoon was the Bible exerci.se-- , or rather exhibition of what the children have accomplished in the study of the Bible. The entire Bcbool took part in inese exercises and tne large an dience, composed of patron" and friends, was thoroughly delighted with tho splendid .showing aud were very complimentary in be half of both instructors and pupils. Monday evening came tlie Primary entertainment and- - the c 11 ge chapel was taxed to its full capacity, for all wanted to see the little toiks and not a single person went away disappointed in the least. It was real interest from start to fi ish. The Intermediate department held forth Tuesday "evening and presented a most creditable and enjoyable program Tip's was Long fellow evening: "The day is dom.' sung by the Girls Glee Club came Closls: A .X' tfnntiTTiTnnnnTnifnfiitTifftrnfiTiitTnfitTfTTnt!?!!! !n!!!nTmn?mm?!Tn?TT?f?Tmmf?Tfm?Tmfnmmmm( lilr FISH'S CASH STORE. W !j A No Clothes on Earth THE EQUAL OF THESE For F you are a-yo- Young and Fellows with H and QUALITY CLOTHES as t"" ! PIiil..-N- THAT ARE DIFFERENT, none you "h i T C A S GOOD CLOTHES we at $10 $12.50 and $15.00. H A S cm S H 15-- 16. T O R E NECKWEAR T I I 1 3 3 3 I EVERYTHING MAN OR WEARS CAN BE HAD HERE Rl A New-com- b d FISH'S CASH STORE 1 6-- e Some Alcohol Questions non-alcohol- ic 1, Sam-broo- - Heavy-heade- d e , si-c- e eg.T a v. FINE MILLINERYr to-da- y ,s Flower Hats,, Draped Hats. Hats for everybody the latest styles you' will find at MRS.CLEO BROWN'S; M.- - I ih rt,,. ."K.i'-k p - IV tfi . V v i:-- r. fj S ( -- f. f Jrt ( "jftx&i - m.v- rfXiii't'm 0 MMMmWi A f.JU - ''rAf"trtrrnihtfin8 tn SVif iPiti iTtAWifrn A iw mmw dul to less than one bottle of Cardul," writes Mrs. Gertrude Ward, of Rushville, Neb., "and am feeling fifty per cent better than when I began taking It. "Before taking Cardul, I had suffered with female trouble, for eight years. My greatest trouble was irregularity. I also suffered with severe pains, every month, but now I,amf greatly Improved and will recommend CarJJl-havQusc- 50 Per Cent Better -- d GETTING READY "When I decided to bo Bouth for a few weeks," said pretty Miss Carew, dolefully, "I Micueht I was going so very InoxpenaheJy that I deserved a iredal for my cleverness." "You haven't given It up, I hopc-iaslied her friend. "Your cousin has nlanned kiich n irnv time for you that i It would bo too bad not to no." "Oh, no; I'm eo!t:s, ' said Miss "I couldn't back out now Ilia' my coutln has laid to many plan? She has a daiico airmiRcd for the very ecnlPK of the day I arrive, bo I hope my tiun'c on't be late. Vv you see, l'vi come to the conetuslo! that tho economical way to go alwuy, turns out to bo the most expensive When my cousin wrolo mo not to foV to come I accepted bor Invitation tit once, because I bad so very little tc buy la order to go." "You nhvnys have nice things," sal. her friend. "You wouldn't need f olr.r'e new parn-ent.- " "That's what I thovght," raid "I Ceclded that n little plei Ing out would fix me up and that' where I irado my mfotal'o. If 1 had started by getting a coirp'cto new o.it-"- t It would have been cheaper. "The first thlng3 1 looked rt v,,Te ny hats," explained Miss Caraw. "Of course I couldn't tinvel In my plumed hat and my white one was out of th qucctlon. I took my old one to the milliner and had It retrlmmed, but when It canio homo I wasn't Bntisfcil and I went back for a now one Though I told the milliner It was for 'raveling, sho el owed me rll sorts of deformed nnd distorted things with miles of ribbon and feathers on them nnd calmly announced that the lowest prlco was $28. She said she wouldn't 'e giving the hats away for In Unit the c'!cu!ous sum If It wasn't late ccton. Of course, I had to have a Cn-reMb-Care- MAKING A LAWN matter carefully, last Bpring decided that tho best way to deal with the e Louisville, Kv. The body of Alma Jcllner Wui found In a sul cellnr at St. John's Catholic chool jat io o'clock Monday uioiuingly a plumber who hnd been sent into the cellnr to look ofttr jhe uater syst.mi, which was out of condition. The man wns hoi rifled at the siht hat met his eyes and tan to the street and" gave tho alarm. The cellar was little ueil and possibly no one had been in It, tor teveraj months, with the exception of the I'ttle girl's slayers. It is t vtjent that she had been murdered. Six ribs and her back were broken.' She was wrapped in an old carpet and quick lime had been thrown over her body, par tinlly destro)inK it. One letf with bot attached was buried' three feet deep in the cellar. , 1'ositive identification was made by Frntik Fchr, uncle of the dead irl. It is the theorv that she was attacked and killed where she was found. Her body had been in the cellar fur many months. Alma Kellner, young daugh'.ci of Frederick Kellner, was believed to have been kidnapped from the home ol her parents on Dec. 8, 1909. Police officers and detectives throuuhout the country ave search ed for her. Her psreutsare wealihj and related to Frank Fehr, tl e ni'llionnire brewer, and fabulous rewards were offered for her Her parents, almost distracted, have waited in vain, hoping thnt slie would be found, ard when the news of the murder and finding of the decomposed body was told them, the patents broke completely down, The enure city is wrought up over the henious crime, done by a heartless wretch. Thousands of people hurried to the Fccnc at St. John's School when the report of the discovery of he body was made. Excitement is still high and morbid thousands luric armnd the scene of the brutal murder. 1 ,Ut',fi vrH . m 1 t Dramshank, after Investigating the allmy suffering friends." VTke- Woman's Tonic - found in any other medicine. TheseUngredients are what give Cardul Its superiority, as a female medicine and tonic, over any oilier medicine. For over 50 years Cardui has been the favorite woman's medicine. The ladies like it, because it is so easy to take, so gentle, so safe, so reliable in its results, and they have faith In its curative tonic powers, because of the thousands of other ladies it has helped. Try it today. far &Mllulnictton. and UdleV Adrlsory Dtpt. Oiittaaoea Medldne Co . ChatUnooM. Tenn.. te bosk. "Home Treatment lor Women," scat lrccr The rare .medicinal herbs of Cardul are Imported by the manufacturers direct from Europe and are not to be bj 3 heavily and Just lot the grass grow Its own sweet will. "If you don't cut tho now grass nil summer," Hrnmshank explained to his wife, "It gets a chance to thicken up nnd tho next year you havo n splendid lawn. I think we can stand tho long grass for ono sensonj" "Oh, certainly," agreed Mrs. Dram-shanwho has an Inventive mind. "And when It gets tall enough, say about August, we can hang Japaneso lantcrs through It nnd glvo a garden party! It will bo nlco, too, to serve afternoon ten under tho shade of tho bluegrassl" "That's n'l right,' said Bramshnnk indignantly, "but I'm going to do It all the same!" Nobody could say that Dramshank ns stingy with the seed. Ho got a huge quantity from a dealer who was going out of business and anxious to dlsposo of his stock at cut rates, and he palnstnklngly sprinkled nil or It over his yard on the theory that If n little was good a great deal was better. hslf-acrof ground surrounding 'ils now suburban homo was to seed It at Town Sparks & mis Davis Addition MT. VERNON KY. CONTESTANTS IN THE BIG MT. VERNON ISIGNAL r PJANO,. CONTEST TAKE NOTICE! c GREAT FREE VOTE OFFER! iBig, Special Prize No. 4 v ' $25.oo Silver Coffee Set Free! bo ,To;ihe contestant turning in tho most subscription votes ' " ;, Iwoen 8:00 a. m. May 21 and 6:00 p. m. June 4, 1910. This beautiful'coffe set is of the finest quality obtainable and woul'l do credit': to a qusen's mins!o l. It matters not how ninny votes others may, have cast before these dates the votes for this prize are only counted from thoe cast between May 2 i and 4, 1910. New contestants can enter and compete ior litis prize, also for the piano to be given away. Nojv is the time to turn in cash collected and receive the, additional 1000 votes for every dollar collected on subscript -- Cut out, coupon found olsewheie and send in with sub-- ' scription on 'or before June 4 to get the 1000 extra votes. -- Now is the time to get busy as you have a goo I cjinnce to w in A 'Null' sod. set', the jewel box and the piano tious. tHae-coff- e pected' . o expect a stranger to bo particularly well dressed," agreed Miss Carew's friend, politely. "Isn't It funny? If wo saw the same girl at home every day we wouldn't care half so much what sho wore." "Well. I bed to pay n terrible prlc for that hat." sighed Miss Carow. "ncally, though, It Is beautiful." "Thlnge have gone up so," snld ror friend. "You can't got hats for tits prices." "Then I thought my old salt would do If I had It pressed and got a new to light It up," went on Miss Carow, "I ran all about looking for something about the same shade as my suit nnd finally found one for $15 that would do. I discovered that my supply of handkerchiefs was getting low and money that I begrudged went Into new ones. My old belt was good enough for home, but not for visiting, so there was nnother expense." "Belts mnke the finishing touch," said the friend. "I've seen lots of suits bpolled by poor ones." "My crepe de chine had to be cleaned nnd tho sleeves had to b? Miss Carew. made over." related "Then when It came back from th dressmaker',? I thought It looked hor rid and I got a blue meteor silk. Two suits bad to be pressed. I had to get three pairs of gloves. Thon my slip, pers cost rap a lot more than I ex? ild-tlm- e nice "I !rt" The' Above Special Inducements will Whoop'er .' 4! lift WIN TrnE SIGNAL .. up borne THE OOFFEES Tl Stands Back of all Prizes. v Mt. Vernon, Kentucky, iAF'Ail? ktfsasssr I : MK'-TS- T Clit'O.lit Coupon, Fill in Blank and Mail to Us, i r 2 r. jxi & !' "You can use everything when you come home," said her friend, consolingly. "You'll be glad to have them, when you get back." "That's Just It!" sighed Miss Carew "Did you ever have anything to fall back on when you came homo from visit? There won't be a thing left of my old clothes and tho tilings I hayo bought new will bo sights to see." "Personally I am always rejoiced when my things go to pieces," rnld her friend. "For then I am absolutely forced to Invest In new ones. It's 6hen they're only half worn that I am In despair. Then my consclcnca forces me to make them do for any and all occasions. There's ono consolation In going away you can wear a lot of things everybody atjiome has seen, and tho strangers will consider them new." COUPON Mt. Vernon r&:$s& rM.'T? Signal's Popular Lady Contest. ,....191 vn a -- ''&7Ymb "$& ? ?-- &iA f'i $&txyx is-'jr- ij '" I wish to nominate or suggest the name of VWv,'ffi?". JZ,JW Tm "Vj.WSB. Address . met tfj-jy 'm f as a Jady worthy to become a candidate in your Popular Lady Voting Contest, I suggest tula name with tho distinct un djsr.tSnding that the Editor shall not divulge' my name and thit this dot obligate me in anyway whatever. Signed t Address. CrosstCie?:1 I'have a'contract for 10000 cross ties. Parties, hav? glad 'to Ing ties to sell, would-b- e ia on my have them put same' contrcat. J. Tv Adams MtrVernou Ky. and KILLthk COUGH CURE the LUNGS B mmm m wur. lungs Nsw Discovery AWP ALL THROAT AND LUWQ TROUBLES The State encampment of tbe Iudiaua G. .A. R.l adopted by Ma unanimous vote a memorial to tbe national rencampment protesting gainst the placing of tbe statute of Gn'.iRobert'E. Leeinr Statutory Hall, at the National CapitoL . y v. seemed rank foolishness not to take pare of the enthusiastic tomatoes and Our work is guaranteed. other garden truck. The whole neighborhood took to running over to get w A. CARSON, Mt. Vernon, Ky. Our line of Couch Caskets parsley from the Hramshnnk front ia unexcelled. lawn hccaiiRo tho Idea was so unique nnd not ovory one enn pick lettuce Hand-mad- e Coflinsfurnished " from along tho front of his town property. Hearse sent to all parts of j Tho Dramshanks raised several the County. bushels of tomatoes, three dozen carR of green corn, cucumbers enough to BRODHEAD KY,. All by Wire Promptly Filled. start a plcklo factory and untold quan"Yes, but It you had stayed homo tities of small truck, Uramshank hd Granite and Marble Monuments you wouldn't Oh!" her friend In- to get up an hour eqrller each morning terrupted herself. "Isn't that where all summer long properly to care for aud Tombstones manufactured by that handsome young Mr. Randolph his vegetables, besides bearing the ALBRIGHT & FRANCISCO. MT. VERNON, KY Phono 94-S- . lives who was hero last summer at jeers of his neighbors. And by fall Also Agents for Iron Fence. your aunt's-- " any grass at all. thero wasn't D. B. Albright, Manager' "I believe thero aro a number of Thb spring Dramshank Is going to nen of that namo tboro," acknowl- sod ovor his lawn. It will cost more, edged Miss Carew, with rising color. but ho ays It's safer. -' C. C. EnimniMiiiHtnninnHiiiiiwiHHinnintinmnimuimiHK 'Hut that has absolutely nothing to do vlth It, I am going for a rest, you ATTORNEY-AT-LANw Aretlo Expedition. know," CD Tho Bulletin of the Geographical MT. VERNON. KY. S society of Italy announces another Increase In Rice Production. On 2nd. floor o PRACTICAL Rice production In the United States arctic expedition. The leader will be Ualdwln, tho leader of tho arctic ex- The Bank of Mt. Vernon , on Church , UNDERTAKERS, 3 ?rew from an nverngo of less than pedition of proposes an street. Special attention given1 He 100,000,000 pounds per annum a fow - 27 E&asiiiiiiWmd'v': nai 'FUNERAL DIRECTORS, 5 years ago to an average of 500,000,000 exploration of the polar regions and to collections. pounds per annum In recent years, to reach the pole. He proposes to fol- ,KvAND Phone No. 8o. ind reached ovor 600,000,000 pounds low tho route taken by Nanson In ths EMIULMKKS It Is proposed to spend four Fram. "n 1908. yoars altogothor In the search. x "Maybe that will bo a comfort," said Miss Carew, more cheerfully. "You see, the railroad rates are so nice and low and I want to go so much. My cousin has planned the loveliest tlmesl But when It came to getting three entirely new dresses " "You didn't!" exclaimed her friend. "Why, yes," said Miss Carew, "Even when fixed over, all my things looked My cousin la so shabby, somehow. going to so much trouble to give me a gay time, arranging to have something every evening I'm there. I had to have two dance gowns and I absolutely needed something for house wear, I think I did pretty well not to get new suit." When the first tender shoots of green began to color tho ground Dram shank positively chortled with Joy and prldo. Ho took practically all the credit to himself for tho rnpldlty and thickness of tho growth, though he did grudgingly allow n trifle of It to the seed man. "Ho snld It was a special variety of seed," Dramshank told his wife, "nnd I believe ho was right. Just look at It!" After n few weeks that was all th nrnmslinnk family did look at the lawn. Indeed, the whole suburb con traded tho habit of sauntering over to look at tho Dramshank place, for nobody had ever seen anything like tho grass that was growing thero. It was Hackinny who first broke thu news. "Say, "he balled Dramshank from the sidewalk, "when did you decide to take up truck gardening? Aren't you afraid so much grass mixed In will Interfero with the vegetables 7" Dramshank after one pallid glaneo estate roeled 3ver his P against n porch pillar with a blind-'tilight breaking over him. The reason his lawn looked so queer was tlint half tho seed was the seed of assorted garden vegetables, Thero was carelessness about tho groupings which might have appealed to an artistic nature, but which only further agonized the Dramshanks. Thero would be n little bunch of tomato plants, Rny, In tho middle of tho lawn nnd flanking them a thinly scattered array of feathery carrot tops Green onions, lettuce. cucLinbt-rs- . muskinelons and cabbages hilariously fraternized In the wildest confusion. A3 bo searched further Drnmshank found Indian corn sturdily pushing' Its way up In various spots. Also there were turnips aud , parsley and mtfny nioro things. In fact, as Mrs. Drum-shansaid, n banana grovo wns all that 'was lacking to mnko their hnlf-aera completo botanical collection for the entire western hemisphere! Now, vegetables nre nil very well In their plnco, but pobody wpuld choose 'o have them scattered all over n Iftwn. To be sure, DrauiEhank could have mowed them down, but he woulc havo had to maw also cuch grass as there was and anyhow Mrs. Dram shank had n frugal mlud. She believe' in accepting the goods the fates pro tided, so she refused to allow tho gar to ho destroyed, Dramshank said the real reason for her refusal was that sho had fallen in lovo with two tomato plants on the leo side of tho library window and that sho could not resist tho appeal of the tender young carrots pathetically flourishing near tho lilac bushes There wns something touching also about tho manner In which tho cucumber vines Jrustlngly spread out nnd strangled tho struggling grass about (horn, weird-looking o den-law- in number, are These lots comprising thirty-fiv- e located in the western part of Mt Vernon and the coming residence section of the town Don't you want one of these? If you want a home in Mt. Vernon here ii the place to buy your lot, and if you want the speculation, here is your ppor-tunitThese lots sell for $J25 each, 100x200 feet, notwithstanding some of them are worth from $200 to $300 and one lot with house on it which is worth $750 The lot you will get will not be known until the day the drawing takes place, but remember should you get the y? worst lot in the bunch, you will 'get worth Sevealof the lots havealreadv been sold and within the next two or three weeks we hope to have the entire bunch disposed of Ifinteresedcallandle us.explain fully our plan and show you wha we have t o offer See your-money'- s either SV DAVIS or E S ALBRIGHT. .i MARVKLOUS WSCOVER1KS mark the wonderful progress of the age. Air nights on heavy ma chines, (iVxuuns without wites, ten 'hie wr inventions tokillmen and that wonder of wonders. Dr. Kings iNew uiscoycry to save life when threatened by coughs, colds, ldgrippe, asthma, croup, bronchitis, hemorrages, bay fever ind whooping cough or lung trouble.. For all bronchial affections it has no equal. It relieves inftantly. Its the surest cure, lames M. Black, pf Abbeville, N. .R. R. No. 4, writes it cred him of an obstinate cough afttr u'l other remedies failed, .soc.au' fi.oo A trial bottle free, Guarintced by Chn.. C. Davis. - Mt. Vernon, Ky. NO CREDIT tc5 6 e$6 c& Having concluded to mako my business strictly n. n ii .i ii i i wish hihi nvniinnn. t win son torn fiiunii nroiic. ao pivg t me your trade and I you right. will-trea- ii v ,m II Mrs. James A. Leech, ol Louis-?illwas re elected president of e, CLOSINC-OU- T I have n largo stock of Ladies' Cloaks I !i : the State Federation of Women's Clubs. Mrs. James Mitchell, ol Bowling Green, was. elected first vice president: Mrs. J. H. Dickey, of Louisville, was chosen cone-spondh- 1 $S Men's and Boys' Overcoats from Afim'si nnH TCva' Sulfa niul Odfl Pnnfs., wlnnTi f nm " ..v.. pelled to sell to make room for my Spring goods from' 1 to to $6. Also: om f yours, ig secretary. WALL-PAPEHIN- Larson DECORATING. ETC. AL- A. C. HIATT WATT, KENTUGIO Tho worst of It was that all summer Dramshanlc tolled In the garden ho hadn't expected to have at all. It LARGE STOCK OP PAPER WAYS ON HAND. aSIgsgs555S5s3rg UND5RTAKBR. JblAlij orders sgfeggSg: W fjrodhead Marble WWkp W. A. COX,i Williams, jM. VERNON' DMET -- 3 1901-190- 3 rOfcUa u- Trtol Bottle Fre 3 C MoCLARY Mt.'VemoD, Ky. A DREADFUI, WOUND from a'k'nt'fe, gun, 'tin can, rusty ail, fireworks, or of any other ature. demands prompt Gov. Hughes has called an exti FWarfjer'Carpenter, 01' Sanlc Bucklen's Arnici Salve session of tho New York Legisl.. 0 prevent blood poisin or ganCenter. Minn., secretary to Presi It's the dent Taft; has beeu appointed lure 'or Mmuhy, June 2b. This grene. for all- - quickest, surest such wounds as action resulted irora tbe defeat 01 lealer Minister, to .Morocco. j his direct primaries measure at tlu 'lso for Burns, Boils, Sores, Skin n Eczema, Chapped Hands o:the ?reseDt ses" Eruptions. Piles. 25c. at'Chis. 'ornsor C & treat-nentwith M GUAKANTEED SATISFAOTOK im kj ni m1 m a ki - JVM J,- Jtr- AMM7UJJ1&1J, WOOL .HIDES andWJR! II II BtiajDnlcn. I VlSt wicand. Ja i.. better farrMttintteatiOf cosuniuioa mtrtltntj. ktsk fa LooUtille. We furnish Reference: Free ta ok sip net. Write Ic price Ut. Wcol WE BUY COUCH METALIC CASKETS Coffins and Robes. r Uconcd Embalmer will have charge of that line of work for tho company. Hearso sent to all points. Orders' by wire promptly tilled. , fOUlSIiniEB Bj tir UNDERTAKER I and EMBALMER Office Mt, Vernon 3 3 3 'GEORQE OWENSMannger 3 Monumental Building" PHONE Ha ZZt jg )avis. RSABELftSONS TSBT LTUMf. Stanford, Ky. luauuuuuuiuiiiaaiiatuiimiwumiuiutuuipiiuuia -r-- T -- . 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