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Ff 1- f Iv j PubI shed Every Friday w = loun itun iguull = VOLUME XXIV MT VERNON ROCK CASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY MAY 61911 NUMBER 35 Mt VERNON GIVES I LOUISVILLEu800STER THE Stt CORDIAL WELCOME JV THEY LIKE MT 1 =One of the most cordial wel comes accorded the Louisville Boosters on their recent trip through Eastern Kentucky was given in Mt Vernon There was nothing elaborate about the entertainment because the time of their stay would not permit but every thing that was done was in that pure simple old Kentucky style which always makes the stranger feel at home The train bearing Boosters more than one hundred strongarrived at xofzo instead o 950 as billed and was met by between three and four hundred ot the representative business and professional men ladies and children Immediately alghing from their car the Boosters got busy shaking hands and giving out sou venirs of the various business houses represeted Led by the band which accompanied the boosters the crowd marched in front ot the OMiller Hotel where the school children of both the Brown Memorial and Graded schools were stationed The band played a piece and then the school children sang the Kentucky School song which brought forth a loud and continued a plause for never lefore had the school children been in prominence at any of the towns visited bv the boosters and to theta it was 01 e t Sot the most enjoyable lectures of 1 I j r I l VERNON n Mt Vernons reception Continuing the march to the use the remainder of thecourthe forty minutes spent in Mt Vernon was devoted in partaking of most delightful refreshments which had been prepared by the committee on entertainment and in speech making Judge L W BethurunyGin a few wellchosen words welcomed the boosters to Mt Vernon and introduced Capt Charles W Mili coatfmittee of the Louisville Commer cial Club who after stating the object of the trip introduced Atty W W Davie late member ot the board of safety of the Falls City who made a rousing speech telling of the natural resouices of Ken tucky closing with a tribute to his home city and this well found ed phrase A greater Louisville for a greater Kentucky Follow ing next was Atty Wallace McKay whose speech was along the same line but specially characterized with reference to Rockcastle as the home of the able laver LJW Bethurum and the brilliant R tlaetfollowing Quotation from Jude Viilamsin referring Ito Mt V non The brightest veJ1n the djIdimpleiimonwtalth IS l IWith this the visit to Mt Ver non was brought to a close and the Boosters who were thoroughly delighted with the reception given them and Heeling that it was good to have been here returned to their special train and continued their journey to the north The next stop wits made at Brod head where the boosters were met by the business men anda number of ladies and children The band played and AttEy R Gentry who had accompanied them thus far made a short but to the point speechof welcome in behalf of Brodhead which was responded to by Robert F Vaughn in a happy and pleasing way This completed the evangel so far as Rockcastle was concerned and with the Godspeed ofall our people the special bearing the representatives of the leading enter prises passed out of our borders into the good counties of Lincoln and Garrad thepee to Richmond Win Chester and to Jackson where the night was spent BOOSTERETTS It Was simply great Are YOU a booster The Heads of business houses sent out their best menwbo under s and their woik They captured all the mountaineers not one es caping to the hills all willingly surrendered and were glad to be made prisoners All were released under promise to be Kentucky boosters first for home andnext LouisvilleThe ware a represen tative set of man The trade pushers were lavish L their praiseof their reception by Mt Vernon Siniling Dace Jackson is Ibo s ftIi os er Vw Jfj J I y 0 One of the reporters iuhis enthusiasm had it written Laughing Dave Jackson vltha hat company Will H Fish the hustling young booster and James Marer the old newspaper man were committee to meet the Louisville train load of live wires and eon duct them into Rbckcastles capital The committee was captured in Laurels metropolis attd simply overwhelmed with courtesiesatid were not released until the special train passed beyond our county lim its Compliments plentiful from the members of the gangwere heard on enterprise and getup ofth ilBoosl er edition of the SIGNAL Two hundred copies of Rock castles bugle blasts were placed on as many seats of special train while at Mt Vernon for the peru sal df the boosters The Louisville papers all had two or three reporters each along on the trip and they let nothingof importance escape them Mt Vernon can do things when citizens get together like they did on this occasion Why not let us get together oftener Drop little jralousies and work along harmo nious lines for the best inteiest of our growing and pushing town Toe Cumberland Telephone Co had a complete telegraph set telephone switchboard and oulfit ar ranged in a stateroom ofpne of the sleepers with all necessary appara tus for making connectfon to tele phone and telegraph wiresAvhenev madeiwith all coaches in the train The Louisville Post published extras at various points along the line giving telegraphic news from over the couutry This work SQmethtngf4UJ Beat eyaweJcom ddre iI 3 3C C vw jMONiHS I I UNT B They Cost You no More Get in a pair and Jet Us Guarantee them for Six Months i SHOES I For the man behind the plow or arty where r SIX MONTHS WEARtt t 1i R- Pi FINE SHOES FOR MEN V A TALK OVER THE WALKOVER No mann can feel perfectly at ease or retain his selffespect unless he is well dressed No man can be well dressed unless he is well shod The well shod man is the ono whose shoes fit well look well and wear well Every walkover wearer ii is well shod and has the pleasant conscientiousness that he is Wearing a shoe whose graceanddignityspeaks well for his discernment and taste Coupled with this feelf ing is the gratification of knowingthat he is obliged to pay only a reasonable price for it t WE SELL QUEEN SKIRTS SUTTON MeBEE J isentasa s i r Estab1ished 3K3c X i My Stockis Complete V RangesIFurniture Stoves CARPETS RUGSMATTING r LINOLEaKKF CLOTH AND LACE CURTAINS I vv COFFINS AND CASKETS AND A FULL LINE OF GENERAL MERCHAN It DISE TO SUIT ALL MY PRICES ARE LOZXT i vr Mail Orders Shipped Same Day Received A Yours for Low Prices 1 L HDAVIS TLIY1N6STON K- YccxJjmade at Livingston was fine He told them they were in possession of the town and were more than welcome to paint it just any old color they desired LIYlNJlgTOM Deputy Sheriff Oat Mullins captured Bob Carpenter and took him to Mt Vernon last night Carpenter was sent to the House of Reform for three years ant after serving one year escaped andwas captured liereVt1ell the Boosters have come and gone They were as jolly crowd as any one ever met They seemed to be out for a goodtime and they certainly were having it Misses Essie Pike and Carrie BernstadtISaturday visiting relatives Rice Ward is visiting his uncle Bill Stanley at Gravel Switch W H Cottongim of Pine Hill was here Saturday J W Baker and son J W Jr were here from Mt Vernon from Sun day until MondaYJ E Pike was visiting relatives at Hazel Patch SundayTwo of the little children of Mr and Mrs T M Dees have measlesJ H Wal ton left for Barboursville Sun day for a few daysvisltThe Masonic hall will be dedicated Saturday and a fine timeis ooked for Rev Watson Med his reg ular appointment attire Presbyterian church Sunday and Sun day night Mrs Henry Mice who has been very feeble for some time remains about the sameMrs Sue Mullins has been very busy the pist few weeks having her property repaired such as new roofs on houses and new fences around her premisesAW Bourne and J B Hayes are beautifying their houses by putting new roofs on their houses arid repairing Uncle Geo Pope remains just about the sameBill Moore of Maret burg who once was foreman here was in our town Saturday S E Pennington was in Mt Franklinjour town for a fey daysLee Johnson of Richmond was here Snnday The Livingston Lum milIIMondayRoy papering the Eight Gables hotel Mrs HW Rice is yisltipgl Mrs W M Fields at May wood JeftWeanesdaY1n tion is very low with rheuma tismMisS Annie and Ric- Walton e arrived Wednesdayfro BarbQurville where they have been attending college rThpmas Jpdes hits a very serious case qf measies G EiRice will leave uafew daYs fora month s Y isit 1S J to several of the large western citiesV M Hicks has not been seen much in town of late When be ing questioned concerning his whereabouts he informed us that he was putting out a large crop but on investigation it was found he had sowed one quarter of an acne of peasA H Hamlin has moved his family from Mt Vernon into our little town Mrs Charity Mulliqs of Paris is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs An1tounce at this pJaceJ C Childress is visiting for a few day at London E Woodall of London was in town TuesdayOscar Ponder is improving rapidly John Pope seems to bedojnga land office business at the Eight Gables HoteLUncle George Pope who has beensick so long remains ibout thesameL G Falin wasin Rowland Sunday Marion Hamlin is putting up a new stock of goods in the store house purchased from J W BakerMr and Mrs S E Carter have returned from Boston where they have been visiting relatives for the past two weeks Mr and Mrs Joe Omary have returned from JellicoJ P E Drummond was in Mt Vernon MondayWe have been relia bly informed that J A Oliver will begin the construction of a fine house in a few daysNH Oliver is visiting relatives on Skeggs creekWe are inform ed that there has been another big deal in Livingston E L Cockerell has purchased from L H Davis all his property in town We have not yet learned where Mr Davis will locate Judge H D Magee and J P E Drum mond went with the boosters to Mt Vernon The railroad at the depot is rrii feet above sea level The top of the knob immediately east of the courthouse is 1536 feet above sea level From all sides and for long distances this knob is conspicuous symetrical and beautiful An abundance of good pure Water can be found up to within 75 feet of the top Tile greater part of the knob is within thecorporate limits fihe town and can be reached by easy grades No purer air Is to be found anywhere than here Abe elevation is right to suit the average person The 1890 census accredited this place as be ing the healthiest locality in the United States that year For soreness of the muscles whether induced by violent exec cise or injury ChamberIains Lini ment is excellent This liniment is also highly esteemed for the relief it affords in cases of rheuma tism Sold by Chas C Davis dryIr r ASTORIAr rl r = j 1887 1 ORLANDO Mrs G W Anderson continues about the samePeople are get ting along very well plan ting corn Some are plowing over the firs- ttimeThere have been several J cases of measles in this community but believe all are about wellr We are having lots of pretty weather but rain is needed badly Mrs Malvina Reams of tbejf PADudley section is in very poor health but we hope to see grandma f tfout again soon SisprogressinganceThe wedding bells aregoing to ring pretty soon in this part of the town Guess wQo4liss Mary Hubbard spent Sunday last with Miss Lucy GrayThe brick plant at Dudley is working full time =Uncle John Reams is in very poor healthUncle Harrison Reams is very sick at present Bro Wm Williams is in very bad health Mrs Elbert Mason of Dudley who has consumption is not ex pected to live but a short time Miss Emma Anderson of Hazel Patch is visiting her grand parents Mr and Mrs J H Reams of Dudley Misses Mary Helton and May Evans visited Miss lauiima Reams Saturday and Sunday The death angle visited the home of Mr and Mrs Sidney Sims andiclaimed their four months old babyrMay 19th We extend our heart felt sympathy to the bereaved ones LEBANON JUNCTION The hottest weather felt in these parts for years and the extreme dry spell was broken last Saturday by a fine rainJ W Newland twent up to Brodhead Saturday to see his children who are now with their grand parents Mr and Mrs G E Painter Cond George Pike is attending w the Annual Convention of the Order of Railway conductors which is now in session in Jacksonville FlaJ W Newland leaves this week for a two weeks visit in Pueblo Denver and Durango Col Also may visit in Aztec r returningErmersonn will accompany binWalter Miller and John Pike attended the funeral of Arch Brown at Maretburg Sunday The Masonic fraternity at this place has begun the erection fa large two story frame building with concrete basement 1tr The lower ll orswill be made into an opera house and the upper floor a ball 4 t MHowella rQdyi1tinis excellent For sale by Chas C Davis GryFOR R1C K r x jL = Mt l- Y VERNQNSIGNAL igrlrPu tshtdeveryFridaylIY EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR Lob AJvff1isfng rates made knoun y ap lication lIE1fBRROF iJ KENTUCKY PKHSS ASSOCIATION BUOSTERETTS r Wt never saw the old town look so wt11as it did Wednesday E er one responded to the call to clean Ill and from every side we heard it said Mt Vernon is one of the cleanest towns we have struckThe pirit of stay clean seems to prevail tirce the old town put o ucha gala appearance for h Booster rdtery one says Lets kitp it clean Now lets all pull together for the uplift and betterment of our town and county The good work has ben started Dont let it lag Lets keep everlastingly at it Get together and stay together We cant all see alike Not made that way Be charitable If you neighbor doesnt coincide with all your views dont feel put out about it and above all dont say unkind things in his absence Use the Golden Rule Say some thing good or keep silent Lend your assistance in keeping the wheels of progress turning Judge L W Bethurum delivery J 01 welcome address from the west steps of court house made a happy hitW W Davies and Wallace Mc Kay of the Louisville commercial club were introduced by that inimitable C W Milhken Their addresses were of the true ring and were received with much enthusiasm committee W H Fish A B Furnish J W Brown and Judge LW Bethurum were right onto their job Dave Jackson and A M Decker and J E Chilton travelers whom most of our people know wert pushers in the bunch Finance committee S F Bow man J T Adams and S B Mc Kenzie know how to do the work C W Milliken was the warmest wire in the cable The duties of the entertainment committee C C Davis Robert 9 c assistedl 5y young s were at tended to W M Poynter E S Albright and JaniesMuret the advrUstng overjlheiin the proper light through a special edition of the SIGNAL the many advantages to be found in our town and con fly and reasons why capital should come our a av and aid intlie development our wonderful and inexhaustible mineraland other resources The various committees request that thanks be extended to our citizens more especially the ladies for their assistance ill making a success of the entertainment ol the boosters The Boosters were so welt pleased with their reception in the mount ains that they were reluctant to depart promising however to plays a return engagement- C S Nield general manager ol North Jellico Coal Co joined the peciil at Woodhinef on its North ward trip and mingled with his smany old time friends during the feltIand the manner in which the affair was managed The tra le evangelist sp iker paid highly deserved compliments to Prof T A Houston of tle Graded School and Miss Rose McCord ot the Brown Memorial for their excellent system ai d success in training the children under their charge From the cleaned streets it ap pears that the sanitation committee were not idle One of the unique and most pleasant features of day was the of two hundred school Hous1toncompanied by Seibertslst Regiment band It was inspiring and enthusiastically cheered- A souvenir edition of The Trade Outlook a monthly journal of merchandising an interesting and valuable Louisville publication wasI distributed throughout thetrip addition to other literature on various subjects E R Gentry accompanied the visitors to Brodhead and delivered the welcome address There are 265 church buildings In Louisville and 300000 shade treesAmong the young ladies who assisted in distributing refresh rents among the boosters were Misses Louana Whitehead Virginia Davis Sadie Richards Anna Tate Ethel Davis Julia and Daisy Fish Margueret and I eila May TLoveH Francis Forbes Winnie Falin Nola Jones Mesdames Mable McBee and Virginia McKenzie and others The Bell Telephone people tagged many on the trip with the following Telephone pe1 ges fc t tt m p t 1 1rlli mltubI Oi J ljll aJlllf4 t ijIi ALCOIIY PrcpatalionforAst owe1sof IrtJ iil f j Promotes DigeslionCheerfu- sItis nessandRestContainsneiflur taolOpitmtriorphinc norNillcraL NOT NARCOTIC iti z4Rnyoroto1DrJik1JFJJnII Plmpkm Sred oI PcIflltSit Sama + dluserd jili Ilse 11101 oafrJfmk IfurnSut II IfQrrlitlll1rmrI achmarrlQca forConsilpa OF SLEEP F1I FacSimile Signature or fI frMtIJ IlbIINEW YORK JI jfHI1 FpGti2rantceduidertheCao n f1iii5 iExact Copy of Wrapper I believe in the golden rule and will try to be as courteous and considerate over the Telephone as if face to face If the people would only heed and carry out this pledge it would vastly improve facilitateIsnore pleasant all around Dont wound the peelings of your fellow creatures bv your grottcUiness anywhere especially over the telephone fr Andy Decker the Swann hat man was pn hands in full force and effect V Pitjudlceand envy ire taking a much needed vacation J J PINh 1IL p Bro Jones fillet his regular ap pointment here Saturday and Su- ndayMr and Mrs J T Meadows of Mt Vernon were here between trains SundayMr and Mrs Davie Cottengjm of Mt Vernon visited here Sunday Miss So phronia Carmical of Mt Vernon was the guest of her cousins Misses Lottie and Mattie Carmical from Friday until Sunday Lellon McHargue was in Livingston between trains Saturday Miss Marth Bnrcliue ofMt Vernon was visiting relatives here Saturday snd Sunday Mrs Add Holcomb of Mt Vernon was visiting relatives here Saturday and Sunday = Zelia Owens of Sparks Quarry was the I JrSELZShoe Value isnt in the Price You Pay itsJ the pleasure You get in wearing the shoes They must fit right as well as look right Thats the reason that SELZ shoes made on foot form measurenients gird fits ted to your feet by expett salesmen make it easy to buy shoes here joand make it an everyday joy to wear the slices aster youve bought them s r YOU WANT SMART STYLESIN SHOES and theres no reason you shouldnt get that as well as qnality and fit Its a marked feature of our SELZ line the smart snappy styles that young teen like and that older men dont object to i i SELZ SHOES here for men women and children Iw Quarant e SBLZ SHOBSi CHAS B McKENZIESUCCESSOR TO KcKENZIE AIcBBE IIiJ j l ASTORiA nor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of I Ins- Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASIORIA guest of Miss Stella Cottengim Sunday Sunday school every Sunday evening every body in vitedMrand Mrs Will Doan of Corbin were with relatives and friends here last weekMrs Wils Carpenter of Mt Vernon was with relatives here SundayMiss Christine McFerrnn was visiting relatives iL Mt Vernon Saturday and Sunday Miss Maymie Mc Hargue is the guest of her sister Lhingstolllthis Lincoln Doan and Robert Mason went to Lebanon Jct Monday to get n jolt of brakingMrsMaggiei- JcHargue is visiting her sister in- lawMrs 4G Falin at Livingston jt1 N 5ViN tZ i i W IiJAbIEs f WVIS wish pieces of New Furniture brighten up the old walls wit- hWNew Paper and the floors with New Rugs A r INV1FE YOU r to call and look through my stock from beginning to and see the great bargains I have for you The assortment is the and most complete the prices the lowest that I have ever made A barge Shipment of Rugs Car petsandMattingSp Jut Arrived ISBl1 KENZIE1 fom THE NURflTURE MAN Phone JJ3 MT VERNON KY 2CDC J Yf this weekMrs Welter Barger of High Bridge is with relatives in Corbin For rough dressed and all kind of finishing lumber mouldings ld1otherand see R SSHIVEL Builder Contractor Ai r29itn RrodbVad Kv 6r PROGRAMME Y pT VERNON GRADED SCHOOL Saturday ening May 271 h 19U- OPEN i SESSION OF THE PILOT LITERARY SOCIETY 0 f f Invocation r Rev Geo S Watson Essay Agriculture in the Public Schools Lenora Parrett Recitation A Packet of Letters Marguerite Lovell EssaYKentucky r Fred Baker Piano Solo Two BahnaMiss Dodson j Recitation Mamies Story of Little Red Ridinghood r Ruth Mulins i v Essay The Doing of Difficult Things Leila Mae Lovell Original When the Parson Changed His Mind John Lair Piano Solo L Leibestranme r Liszt 2 To a Wild Rose MacDowell Miss Sparks Orationltlt1RiSe of the Southern Gomnaons5 T A Houston The Soc iei The Compass V Ban Fishbackv V BENEDICTION v if 1 Monday Evening Mar29th t 1911 ti 1 i v NrTERTANMENTS FROM THE GGRADES J LJ THE LITTLE LULLABY LADIES Japanese mother Gladys Southard i Indian mother Eliza Langford Scotch mother Lillie Mullins O German motherH zel Parrett Sailor mother Nellie DeBord to Negro mother Dovey Ramsey Anet1canmother Bessie Bryant c II I fi LE Miss VAN WINKLE V j Je i Rose Van Winkle Margarite Welch n Jerry Will Thompson r Pansy Martha Sparks t f Violet Ina McCoy fiv Joe Richard Cox s Bob John Landrum liis Sbe Kross Carrie Hysinger 1 IIIW THE STORY GaE W is GteenMar Lan ford 5 Mrs Brown Anna Rickels 5 DJlla Brown S 4vMrs Taylor Mrs Bean Ella Mae McKenzie Mts Snow Eugenia lishbacli Mrs RIce Ruth LandrumtiHjjr ff vMrs Emma Taylor iJMipg 4 Ir Verria Welch 1itt ilFund IV A i SpusiMand rM boys and T gkls P f PRING house cleanii g time is here No doubt 1 you to cheer up your rooms with a few end largest and A Reading z xx X GRANVILLE OWENS i I UNDERTAKER I rteBrodhead Ky r Coffins and All phone Jr Filled t tto g J vM v IF Mt jiiO 1 If are such trouble about your watch clock just turn it over to ns and if it does not run all O KIt will cost our work Give us a trial We do all kinds of and repair work AT C DAVIS DRUG STORE Children Cry M Granite of all k gds Estimates furnished on GEO 0 WENS Propr Phone r v ifxlone guilty jfiropei tpwiUrbe pr e t9th fullI extent of time lawrt f 2 244w Mt 2i i COMPLETE LINE Caskets Robes Mail Telegraph or Tele erR Pkoi tlyI mmvfV HOV ABOUT YOUR lfl WATCH pQiIT KEEP CORRECT TIME NOT WHY NOT you havingany 01 you nothing We guarantee soldering FRANK MOORE DR S MTVERNONKY FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA Mount Vernon Monumenta WORKS andlDEALEH Monuments application 112 rpaiPonmi 2 Ifofii I Suffered Intense Pains in My Left SideDo realize it is better toiesafe than sorry that it is the best policy to lock the stable door before the horse is stolen Dr Miles Heart Remedy cured Mrs C C Gokey of a stub born case of heart disease such as thousands are now suffering with Read what she says Before I began taking Dr Miles suffeinngfromyears I had so weak that it was impossible for me to do thin minutes work in a whole day Isuffered intense pains in myle tside and under the left shoulder bJadeI could nut sleep on the left side awt was so short of breath that I thought fullbreathdistressingal beforesleepwellproved so rapidly that when 1 had taken six bottles I was completely cured MRS C C GOKEY field Vt If you have any of the symptoms yourduty jistIe fails to benefit your money u returned Ask your druggist MILES MEDICAL CO ElklMj laidd rri iiiI i i N1 i jiSIGNAL lr Txioi KY May 26 Ie II ttj J 2gIII i t Call tip No 79 whenyou antto Corn mu ii ante with SIGNAL 79 iIdIRCo TIME TABLE- t 22 north 455 p m 24 north 352 am 23 south 1144 a W 21 South 12193 TAS LANDRUM Agent Pbon No 58 w Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Postoffice as secondclnes mail matter PERSONAL Mrs Willis Adams has been very sick for past week James Proctor is with hi sister Mrs Laura Proctor Palas Toplin has gone to Gin cinuaii so accept a position Frank McGlellan was here from Winchester first of thf week Miss Nola Jones is in Winches tar with her paients for a few das Miss Nannie Smith of Stanford is visiting her aunt Mrs James Rickies T G Reynolds and daughter were over from Wildie yesterday shopping Chas A Davis who has been in the West for some months is at home for a few days R P Norton was kicked by a mule last Saturday and badly hurt His cheek hone was broken Tames Maret and Will H Fish met tbe Boosters at London and accompanied them to Mt Vernon 10W A B and Chas C Davis I spent the week with friends and relatives sideMiss at Somerset and Burn Marion Oskamp of Cin cinnati is the attractive guest of Miss McCord at tile Doiujitory this week W H Lewis who returneda short time ago from Harlan fias i 4 typhoid jteverand has beeu a very sick man r Wm Hicks air old Rockcastle boy who has accumulated good share of this worlds goods was here recently ranch euroute to his California F B Eberhart the photo = grapher who has been located here for some time has gone to Living ston where he will remain for three weeks j LOU AL t 1 Born to the wife of Pleas Debord f a boy baby im New straw hats new national hats new stetons all found at SUTTON MCBEES Irj Uncle Albert Albright aged about 92 years living in the Glades section died last Monday of the infirmities of old age The deceased was a great uncle of 1 the writer was ol lest man in the county and was the last of his i generation The Village Postoffice given at the Graded School last Tuesday evening was enjoyed by a large audience For those who enjoy an eefling of good hearcy laugh iag it was a place to get your moneys worth Some of the real experiences of the Village Post mister were verv forcibly presented The proceeds amounted to 45 Fishing in Roundstone creek is proving to be good sport this season A few nights ago Bob Childress caught a large cat fish near Mullins Station which measured three feet in length and weighed twentyfive pounds The same night Emmett Mullins caught a cat fish which weighed sixteen pounds They were baiting with miunos and both these large fish were landed with the ordinarypole and line Out of thirty one applicants who took the county teachers examina tioa last Friday and Saturday only five received certificates Misses Frances Forbes and Clyde Watson si made first class John Fish and Miss Eila Carson made seconds and the only third was issued tog F Miss Esabelle Ping To gel a Kncer certificate is a mark of 1 proficiency and to Mr Kincer and his board is due much praise and credit for the high standard Qf proficincy and fitnes3tbeyare indeavoritig to secure among the itfntyteorr i rr = iL There are 30 me good bargains ou Fishs Bargain table for your Preaching at the Presbyterian church next Sunday morning wd evening Fbe three eks old baby of Mr and Mrs Wade Livesay died last Fiiday Selby shoe for women Manss and Walkoverior men- SUTTON MCBKR Rev James Riddell will preach at Fairvtew church next Sunday at ii oclock There will be services at the Christian Church Sunday morn ing and evening Mr and hsE B Cox are re joicing over the arrival of their first born a fine boy baby George Owens was in Pulaski county Tuesday setting a nice monument for a Mr Anderkm Remember we tarry the most complete line of Dry Gords in town SUTTON McBEE FOR SAtE =A good 3 year old harness mare will sell worth the money E Rr GENTRY May 26 tf Mt Vernon Kv FOR SJuEA gccdNew Hcme Sewing machine and a good second handorgan both IP good condition Call at Miller house The members of this and every other Christian Bibe School in Rockeastle county are expected at Buckeye Sunday morning promptly at 930 to attend the County Con yen ilon PENNY PICTURES I Wilt be in Vildie Saturday June 3rd for one week only prepared to make all kinds of pictures penny pictures a specialty EBERHART maY26 2t Photographer- Rev Duke of Winchester has been called as pastor of the Mt Vernon Brodhead and Livingston Baptist churches He will live in Mt Vernon and preach in Mt Vernon two Sundays and one Sun diyeachat Brodhead and Living ston Two of the street lights have ex ploded within the last week The reports sounded like small cannons By sonic means the Jights atistn c riidrable froiTle area annoyance and are not proving as satisfactory as it was hoped they would be- CLOSINGEXERCISES OF MT VERNON GRADED SCHOOC Following is the program of the closing exercise of the Mt Vernon g1onextending over Tuesday evening May 30 four entertainments in all There will he no charge for admission to any of jhese entertainments except the last one on Tuesday evening To that a fee of ten cents will be charged to pay ex penses of costuming etc To all of these entertainments our patrons and friends are mot cordially invited All exercises will begin at eight oclock- PROGRAM FRIDAY EVENING MAY 26 Representative Schoul Work Grade 1 Song I like to go to School Dramatic Reading 1 Selected from McGuffeys First Reader 2 Dame Trot Supplementary Reading Grade III Language J I Story telling story selected by Principal 2 Story telling story selected by Teacher Grade IV Geography Iv TLe Resources VI j History The American Im mortals =Grade VII Physicology 4VIII United We Stand J Divided We Fall G feide ilv t Quipk preception in numbers 2 Analysis TUESDAY EVENING MAY 30 Mid Summer Eveamusical play Queen MoB Marguerite Lovell Dorothy Princess Forgetmenot Julia Landrum Heiald Will Thompscn Arbutus Ina Meadows Innocense Edna Davis Thompsonrages Eight Flower Girls Eight Little Green Elves Eight Will oethewispsS Spirit of the Dawn Agnes Ebelrhart t a t ic P BROOHEADS T5e Gf aded School closed id ay May 12 Commencement exerdises legan Monday night arid tasted umil Wednesday An entertain meat was given each night by ihe pupils The baccalaureate sermon was preached Sunday May 14111 by Rev C T Michel There were four graduates this year Misses Etta Frith Rosa Pike Katie Cass and Mr Bane CarouMisses Ia Carson and Clyde Watson were here Wednesday to attend corn- mencerncutMm and Mr A Hiatt visited in Gravel Switch last week 1atqhterIto InfirmaryIin Louisville last M she is being treated for throat flStanfordwees ne Peunington returned to her homeI in Livingston Thursday after spending several mouths with her sister Ms O A FrithrJoseph Carter has been very sick with measles Mis Bettie Newland visited Mrs Lvnn Parsons of Louisville last weekMiss Angie Hunt of Maretsburg visited Mrs Daisy Hunt during commence uientQora Blanton Katie Prie and Fred Soivder took the county examination last Friday Miss McWhorter returned to her home in Berta last Thursday Miss Ora Brown of Level Green visited Mrs William Brown and Mrs R B Sams lust week Vick Price of Level Green attended commence ment here last weekMiss Ida Mae Adams returned to her home inMt Vernon Thursday after having taught two very successful schools hereMiss Margaret Mc Clary is visiting in Livingston Dr George Frith i at home from Louisville where he has been at tending school Miss Loretta Frith is visiting friepds and relatives in Stanford and DanvilleMont Roberts is ati home from Baxter where he has been working for several months He was accompanied home by hs friend Herman Long Shepherds ville Byron Owens went to Mt Vernon Thursday to take the ex amination but he took sick and did not get to finish the examina tion He is some better now Mrs R B Saws has been very sick with malaria fever but is some better Dick Albright Mont Rob erts and Herman Long were in Louisville MondayJop Albrighi of Lebanon was here Tuesday to attend the funeral of his grand father uncle Albert Albright Mrs Mary Hysinger and Charley Burton were married Wednesday ArchJBrown afternoon at Maretburg with Masonic honors by the Brodhead LodgeR S Martin is repairing the old tobacco factory and will move his plant from Junction City back to Brodhad We are Certainly glad to get this inter prise back to our tcvvn SCRAPS Schools of herrin on the coast of Maine were plentiful early in April and then disappeared much to tile sorrow of the fishermen April 15 the canning season opened with great supplies Each day 400 hogsheads came to Eastport selling for 12 eacb Tbe fish were jUst the proper sort for canning in size and quality But suddenly and mysteriously they left the bay The attendance ofall children of school age in Boston is 7iS to the 1000 in New York 751 and in Chicago 823 In the lastnamed city only alittle over i per cent of the enrollment in the schools are listed as truants A teacher with a fortune of 6000000 inherited and 30000 nof iu ppsession Miss Lillian Swygert continues her vocational the mill at district of Atlanta Ga- In 1889 Germany spent 15000 000 on her uavy The sum set apart this year for thnavy is over 100000000 To day the German empire has one million five hundred thousand first line regulars while her militia reserves are equaly numerous In fortyeight hours the empire could put in the field 3000000 trained soluiers WANTED Detectives in Rock castle and adjoining nties for local and field workj experience not required 300 per day and expenses Enclose stamp with reply Yours iruly KENTON DETECTIVE AGENCY v3 jOoo THE BATES SHOE is made for you NEW SPRING STYLES READY ExSenator Blackburn delivered his muchtalked of speech at Owensboru last Saturday afternoon and in it raid his respect to some of his political enemies in his own party and declared his opposition to the State primary and to all rings and cliques The old war horse pleaded for the nomination of a good ticket and for harmony in the rauks in order tc redeem the State from Republicanism Mr Blackburn was int oduced to his audience by Capt W T Ellis in a fine tribute to his friend and associate for a lifetime and the exSenator showed that he had lost none of his powers of oratory and that the wonderful working of that jawbone is st a marvel He made a speech that should have its good effect in closing up the rank in order to present solid front tc the common enemy and in his closing peroi ation he saidIt My time H Jries ofno go on I have punished you long enough Cries of no go ou I have got to catch that train Before I go I want to make one final appeal to this good people If there are any differences among us let us forget them It thtre are any trouble in our camp for Gods sake let us bury them Re member the State that we are fighting lor Remember the issue that is before you and the en during results that must follow your action Remember Iabove everything else that your cause js a just one that it is human rights and human liberty that it is freedom fur the individual and equality for all for which you are contending I cannot doubt the result I have an abiding faith in the justice of our cause I believe that the manhood and the intellU gence that the courage of the people of my great State are back of us in this tight I believe that the Lord is on ourside becauseI the Bible teaches me that He is alwavs for the just I believe that the stars have decreed the victory I am lingo risk it1- I am willing to try the issue outIbefore any tribunal that can impaneled before the American people as that jury Of before thereat God Who guides and shapes the destinies oi nations and of men l peaftciHim andaskl i fi GET IN THB SWIM FOR SPRING STEP RIGHT TODAY Fishs IothIngtoref IAND SEE fIlEiNEW SPRING CLOTHESI iWuftape talk of the town DOJYOU WEAR THEM IF NOT WHY NOT 1 LOOK FOR THE SIGN OF THE FISH THE ROME OF GOOD CLOTHES PHONE 27 that He will give victory to the right Great applause ITHE ROAD PROBLEM Owensboro Inquirer Sunshine and dry weather have given us good roads in Daviess county hence the explanation for the complete cessation of interest in improving the countys highways Dixon Journal We take it for grantedfthat the people ot Webster county are satisfied when the Good Bad Roads they now have as they are not responding with any great clamor for a good roads day PrncetonNews A Cumberland county editor bemoans the fact that there is oulj one road in that county that is passable without danger of the riders losing his mare We have roads in North CaJdwell it is said where the ujountEin donkey is the only safe and sane method of transportation Glasgow Republican Allen countv has built twenty two miles of pike during the last three years During the same time their asse7sed property valuation has increased 40 per cent Does it pay to build good roads The increased taxes pays the cost and the people have the benefits without costing them a cent Somerset Times Citizens along the Monticeilo road have promised Judge Tarter they wiil contribute all the labor necessary if he will furnish the rock and build a good pike to the river The Judge will accept the offer and we are gl id toI say the good roads movement started If citizens along the route on other roads would do the same we would in a very short time have good roads all over the county Danville Advocate There are among our people many very ardent of good roads and one of them is especially zealous in the matter In fact he believes in them so strong that he has paid for ltwo line ad which has been running in the paper for the past several weeks urging everyone to keep to the right of the road It everyone would heed the splendid advice and drive to the right side of the road all the time the road would last iist twice as long Brandenburg Messenger The 0il a 7f x IN AT She advocates Meade County Fiscal Court was in session last week and appropriated 6o25SQ to build pikes in the county The appropriations and the roads ou which the money will be spent are as follows Two thousand one hundred and forty seven dollars and fifty cents was appropriated to the Flaherty and Vine Grove road 1600 was ap propriated to tbe Sirocco and Brandenburg road rioo was ap propriated to the Big Spring and Flaherty road 1208 was appropriated to the Payneville and Sirocco road An order had also been made at a previous term of The court to buy another crusher and roller the machinery not to cost over 3000IMakes Home Baking Easy ROY4 bAKIII POWDERAbsolutely The only baking powdr GrapeCram NO ALUMNO LIME PHOSPHATE Is there any thing in till this world that is of more importance to you than good digestion Food must be eaten to sustain life and must be digested and converted into blood When the digestion fails the whole body suffer Chamberlains Tablets are a rational and reliable cure for indigestion They increase the flow of bile purify the blood strengthen the stomach and tone up the whoe digestive apparatus to a natural and healthy action For stile by Chas C Davis My splendid Jersey bull will make the season at my place atIMoney due when cow is turned in may 26 tf Gus STAVERSON d4 1- Dontt wear just any old hat you are offer ed Get under a SWANN HAl We sell them and most young men wear them Our line of STRAWS l is a winner Here is one that is cor jiiiiuoil rect They fit good t 1 lCOUNTY ORGANIZER AND ft MANAGER WANTED A leading Fraternal Insurance Order desires a reliable white man to take charge of its work in this county to introduce the orde so licit members collect monthly dues organize lodges appoint and manage subagents and so on No previous experience needed as we will teach you how to oper ate This is a splendid opportunity for a good man with liberal pay and chance of promotion Devote spare time at start with whole time later oniVell known man wanted t- strictly honest good ability due who is a hustler and will get out and push the work forward IThis is a great chance to become an leader to help fellow man and make a good in come for yourself at the same time This Society pays benefits for sickness accident and death The r lodges have grand ritua1isti work t strictly new andIiipto date in every particular No other Order like it was eyfer t I I started Over 65000 Memberships already issued and growing Ffast c Write immediately for further particulars giving full information of yourself in letter Address in confidence SUPREME COMMANDER GENERAL Box AB 293 Covington May 54t Kentucky Now is the time to get rid of Aour rheumatism You will find Chamberlains Liniment wonder ully effective One application wil convince you of its merits Try it For sale by Chas C Davis ANNOUNCEMENT We are authorized to announce G M BALLARD as a candidate for Representative of Rockcastle and Laurel cowl J ties subject to the action of the Repub lican party We are authonzed to announce R Gc VVEL as a candidate for Representative of Rockcastle and Laurel counties sub ject to the action of the Republican par ty We are authorized to announce E B Thompson as a candidate for Representative of Rockcastle arid Laurel counties tsubject to the action of the Republican jarty c UiU l Ti 7 vy otn s Secrets Thsie is one ia t 7 Un iad Stes vho has perhaps lisard mere womens sccrstv f nca aiy ohar man or oman in the country These scerera are no secrets of guilt or shame but the secrets of suffering urd they have been confided to Dr R V Pierce in the hope and expectation of advice and help That few of these women have been disappointed in their ex pectations is proved by the fact that ninctyeijjt per cent of all women treated by Lr Pisrco have been absolutely and altogether cured SUIt r rcord would be remarkable if the eases treated were numbered by hundreds only But when that record applies to the treatment of more than halfa million women in a practice of ovej 40 years it is phenomenal and entitles Dr Pierce to the gratitude accorded him by women as the first or specialists in the treatment ofwomens diseases Every sick woman may consult Dr fierce by letter absolutely without charge All replies are mailed se lcd in perfectly plain envelopes without any printing or advertising whttwer upon themTrite without fear as with out fee to Worlds Dispensary Medical Association Dr R V Pierce Prest Buffalo N Y DR PIERCES FAVORITE PRESCRIPTION tAbo VVeak Wcmcx SUODg Sick QOxnCL VTc1 Be Happy Happy the girl or woman who has never suffered from any of the diseases of womanhood Or if she has been a p sufferer happy is she if she has learned of the wonderful g benefits of Cardui the womans tonic m Cardui is a gentle tonic remedy for womens ailments p It is a natural medicinesafe harmless purely vegetable It has been in successful use for more than 50 years It Jp has cured thousands It should do the same for you y jHTAKE I Mrs Mary Neely of Denver Tenn says I think Ithere is no tonic on earth as good as Cardui I used it with the very best results I had backache and nearly a woman could suffer with until I took Cardui p Now I feel better than I have for two years I shall always recommend Cardui to other suffering women I iff cant praise it too highly As a medicine for weak tired wornout women Cardui is safe and reliable Try it today jg Write fo Ladies Advisory Dept Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn for Special Instructions and 64page book Home Treatment for Women sent free J 56 11 1 UWE USE WamnsToc The I I everything DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE Made in Louisvflle by eRAS STOLL OIL co I zf H Ttt iiii j UNcitzTAKEri ff IOur line of Couch Caskets ll is unexcelled Handmade Coffinsfiirnished Hearse sent to nil of3 jn1HIH w AI COX1mII I Phone 94S FARMERS INSURE YOUR HOMES A AINS1i t FIRE LIGHTNING AND WIND WITH THE HOME Or NEW YORKI THE STRONGEST BEST When a tire occurs the assured naturally wauts iis money as soon as possible With twelve yenrs in the business our record shows that every loss sustniued by our agency has beeijitstetiand Pail iu less than 25 days 5 V elite farm buildings ort installments otcash plan VJ f on havo a good house you wantit r ail1jl ns a postal m1We will call at onceto see youx I f v aiIs AL3RIGHT1Agent r c ji t ft Yf7 1 r CULLED fRO M THE BOOSTER SPECIAL t EDITION + Howdy Goodbye Come again It was pleasant Was glid to meeTyon Regret you couldnt stay longer Whats the matter with Dave Jackson He is art For the remainder of the trip kve wish you an enjoyable and suc cessful tour May your evangel bring many pleasant and agreeable returns and cement old and new friendships Right here at this particular Id signaled point Mt Vernon and Rockcastle county most willingly and cheerfully acknowledge that the bugle notes delivered by Louisville evangelistic tourists have blovn down the walls of envy if anv ever existed and scattered all doubts as to their friendship and good intentions in this direc tion We therefore bring forth the famous old and long used ramshorn dust it both inside and out and some heavy toots from its rusty throat hereby follows which it is hoped will result iui something like those that occurred at Jerichoshaking down the watt of timidity and doubt of capitalists and instill into them faith of sufficient proportions to induce some of them to come here investigate and invest a portion of their sur plus in the many good opening we have to offer in agriculture health resorts manufacturing oj p jrtuuities and more especially our minerals Listen tiviht blasts of the Jerichoan bugle When boosters meet boost rs- then comes the tug of =working to a better understanding and th putiig in unison nil things of mut ual inter st and then some Mt Vernon has a few live wire and it is believed this tour will cause the number to increase Too many crossed wires is not a safe sii nation st any time or place Uncross is the word e Have some enterprising up todate merchants J Out laws ers place in the pro cession of pursuit and application of legal lore is right up iu front They lead not follow Hello Mr Hall Why didnt you bring along your wireless tele phone and conduct a perambulating central on the trip Mt Vernon heard Dave Jackson smile as the booster train left London and it wasnt over the phone either Whats the matter with the Boosters They are allto the good The Freestone Quarry Wildie furnishes large quantities of first clnss building stone shipping east north and west The Lang ford quarries ditto Hello Louisville Is that the Falls City It isWell you seem so much closer today than usual Oh you have switched to to the Boosters wire Thats good Better use this circuit in future as it greatly improves the service making everything more agreeable and satisfactory to all concerned A Macedonian cry Come over bring your capital along aid us in developing our agricultural and inexhaustable mineral resources This trip of the boosters has already been beneficial to Mt Vernon in the way of getting our busi ness men together and banishing to a certain extentent little foolish jealousies and in promoting a bet ter feeling of llowshipall around This is as it should be Rah for the boosters iCouie again and stay longer Sorry we didnt have a railroad park near depot completed and in trim and burnt district houses un der reconstruction before the business mens trip camo off but all will be under way at an early date DearAndy our hat size is 7 6 Stetson preferred Missourians wilt be furnished J with any number es desired when favoring us with their visits to old Rockcatle Daniel Boitte on his first and subseq trips to and from the dan J roly grounds entered Ro kcats 1at mouth pf Trace bratuh Biionfcs trace a few miles j lowHsiieJ Pitch passed np the bra ch over Pinu Hill down Booties Hollo tjj iCoundstane and out orcdtinty atBoones Gap into Mad ioTii county Trees bearing his I t I- name with dales along this were in existence up to a few routeI ago j- The fist oil w pat rioTvn fa the countj was drilled by Gteasv Jim Smith a Pennsylvanian forty years ago on Skaggs creek nine miles south of M Veruon Oil yet ooze from it Lawyer R L Brown of Somerset a native of Rockcastle and a mighty good man is a candidate on the Democratic ticketfor Rail road Commissioner ic tm Second District Rockcastle makes the best time in Kmtucky and at the present rate of its manufacture the supply of lime stone will last a thou and years with a century or two thrown in Mt Vernons business houses are enterprising up to date and on a solid basis No m re progress iveor enterprising merchants or professional men can be found in any own within the States borders Brodhead Livingston and- o1ierplacesiu the county are right up in the procession ot progress Veins of ochre absolutely free from grit are found here between the limestone and coal measure Many practical farmers have located in this county during the past few years and with their up to date ideas have made waste places blossom as the rose M neb valuable information is gained from the n by our people who are not slow in taking advantage of oppor tunities Rrckcastl has a splendid set of county officers who attend strictly to business and they see that the laws are enorced thereby guaran teeing justice peace and quietude within out domains The corporation officersGof the town have and are still attending to the interests of our community and pushing all possible improvements for its betterment Monuments and tombstones have been and are now being made of freestone from Langford q uur ries The Langford monument erected in i8T in Elmwuod cetnttrv is in a good state of preservation Some of the statements in special edition of the SIGNAL mat at nrl bightTappear tIfOr considerably overdrawn hut any donating Tomas or even individuals from Champ Clarks home state will he shown if they pay us a visit The stuff is here and a plenty of it Rockcastle county 101 years old Some one suggested that a dis play of samples of the minerals of the county be prepared and present ed to the trade evangelists but it was found tohe too big a thing It would require an extra car to carry them if s8mplesofaU our good things in that line were furnished Whenvour scribe wa placed oh advertisingcommittee in connec tion with the visit of the Louisville boosters and assigned to duties of editorinchief of this special edi tion of the SIGNAL it was not his intention todo any boom writing but to give the situation in a plain unvarnished tale which he has done If you should imagine you discover indications or ear marks of boom writing herein for get it In case the proposed turnpike isi built from Cumberland Cap follw Centra1jKentuc through Mt Veinon should it take Crab Qrchard route after reaching Rockcastie River This would prove one of the greatest benefits to OUT county since the arrival of the L N railroad in 1868 It is understood this wilderness turnpike question will be taken up at the next session of the legis lature by SenatorJoe Bosworth of Middlesboro and passed through in some form of lull that will put the matter in tangible form for the construction of the proposed and much needed highway Not many years hence Eastern Kentuckv will be known as the wealthiest portion of this grand old commonwealth In those days came the boosters out of the city of the Falls into the foothills yea even up into the mountains preaching the doc trine of reciprocity The multi tudes heard them and were exceed jug glad to gr etand welcome them but marveled at the lateness of their cowing into tlieir domains believing they would have done well to have begun their evangel lo these m years The evangelists tarrifWithtlie tribe of Mt Vernon for awhile where they met the populace the scribes the Pharisees the l rs the merchants and many who shin high places 4 I 4 it = They mingledxvith each other ex M change v e s theisubject most t beartand wer much uplifted there The bcosterssvtre exceeding hnr 1i fled to answer calls from the coun try of the blue grass to the north D into which land they departed leaving the land of stone sand lime Ij clays and other minerals earn jag godspeed from the multitude which j reluctantly went their severallwavs Q feeling it was gooJ to have been Jy there HOWS THIS We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for tiny case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Ca tarrh Cure F J CHENNiY Co Toledo We the undersigned have known F T Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations rnadebr his firm WAIDIKG KINNA MARVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Cotarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the bloodand mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent free 4 Price 75c per bottle Sold by all Druggists Take Halls Family Pills for constipation QUA Hi IWell the hot old summer days are once agiiu anl most farmers are through planting corn in this section of the country visitingIE KyRtv D R Gentry will fid his regular appointment at Provi deuce the first Sunday in May t Come to hear him aUwill be benefited by his sermon Eugene Brown and family Jack Mullins and family and Mrs Sarah Herrin visited relatives at Preachersville Saturday and SundsyMiss Sallie Ovens of Spiro who has i been visiting her aunt Sallie Craig has returned home Herbert and Bennett Brown called on their best girls Sunday born to the wife of Huah Me Bee a fine girl last weekHtlJo there Ottawa coirtipcideut the wedding bells are expected to ring near here soon too Floyd Gentry took the examination Ft idav and S iinrJay douttlmlw how he came out but he was iu mighty 1uv spirits 0Sick headache results from a disordered condition of the stomach and can be cured by the use of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Try it For sale by Chas C Davis Children Cry FOR FlETC- HERSCASTORIA Court and Lodge Directory COURTS Circuit Court 1st Monday in January 4 weeks 4th Monday In April two weeks 3rd Monday in August three weeks Quarterly Court 1st Monday in each month County Court 4tli Monday in each month Mt Vernon Police Court 3rd Monday in each mo ih LODGESJ Ashland Lodge No 640 F A M meets on the 2nd anti 4th Monday in each month 7O p Mt Vernon Royal Arch Chapter meets at 2 p m on the 1st Monday in each month MonIdayStar meets 2nd and 4th Thursdays at 730 p m Mt Vernon Lodge No 319r I O O F meets every Saturday evening at 7 oclock W T FRANCIS Dentist Mt Vernon Ky Home and office in the late residence Dr Myers formerly occupied on Old IVlainSt Mt Vernon By repuest the unfinished work contracted by Dr Myers will be corapldted by Dr Fran cis without extra charge He is pre paredto do anything in the dental line Ci own and Bridge work specialtj All work guaranteed Will be in Brodhead every Tuesday and Livingbton every Wednesday R W DYCHE IOfficeCrownaH1 Bridge Work a Specialty Work guaranteed CG Williams ATtORNEYATXAW VERNON KY 1Ml On and floor TheBankot Mtt Vernon on Church lstr eLS ccial attention given to collections iPhone No So X I A T1 1I i =3 AGC i IF1TTSNT AN EASTMAN1TISNTA KODAK TIlE BEST RECREATION ES- KODAK i rrrhe Easy All ByDayLight way of making Pictures with the bother left out Ve carry a full line of KODAKS I and Kodak Supplies Ask us for a Kodak Catalog r CHAS C DAVIS I r LEADING DRUGGIST- 1 Phone 39 MT VERNON KY JC V rJ Jxv itttttf1ttt11ttttttttt1tt tttt1 ttt1tttttt11tt1t1 tt1t1 Stop and Thinkl Do you know a single successful business 3 man who does not do business through a bankSIt is the oulyroad to success so join the = E procession to the Peoples Bank 3 Banks have 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