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VERNON, ROCKCASTLE now serving his second, term. OOTJNTfj KY., FRIDAY, JUNE, , 191. &$Da$D:oc f c& " J?" - He is ti vigorous advocate of the cnuso of the party ho repre- cihb, ami in tins section 01 trie Ktati ins iiiimo h synonymouswith Republicanism. He has talion iwtivo purl, in tint his party in every campaign since ho has been a voter 'At present ho is .v member of M10 Repiibli.ntrg.Uit' Central Committee from the ' 8th Congressional Distiiet"'",-- V ;,, . My Stodk is Complete --! a - ' lit Bl$ '"WHv'Hl i a When his party domands his service, without faltering, or williout cavil, lie goes to battle for its 'principles. In, 1900 his party nominated him as its standard bearer for "Congress in tins.,the 8th, Congressional District of Kentucky.- - Although defeated the district being Democratic, his nioowas so creditable that his party in 1908, without his consent and unsolicited, nominated him again" for the. same office. Thn canvass, h made was so thorough,-vigorouann persistent,, that he gre.it.ly reduced the Democratic majority, carrying the counties of Madison and Garrar(d by good tj.iijorities, and his own county, appreciating the honor conferred upon. nvorliy sunt gavo him tho unj rpcedenled majority ,of, over 900 The riisiilt of his canvass 'was nnnlaiidud bv therandera of bis party and the Republican nowspapn's of the State, The Lexing- ton Leader said: "The result in the Eighth District is especially gratifying, tho personal popularity and intelligent canvass, made by Judge L. V. Bethurum, the Republican nominee, greatly reducing the Democratic majority o' his opjJonent, Harvey Helm..'JThefee two sicrififns niiide for hi9 party meant, nor, only loss of'Wme from Lliislmsiiioss and hurd labor, bur a large e.vpeudituj'e of money, but 'v. ...,',...., - t, 1, ....!! .. .1..... II. t't . I. .."'l.. mi: rnjpni.ilui uui,,y ine Liiuii uuii iinnir wuru iitjtfiy given and bin monyspent for the cause wHruit a murmur. , I C' - Furniture, Stoves, Ranges. carpets, rugs, matting, linoleums, oil - - - cloth and lace curtains. - coffins and caskets And a full line of general merchan- dise to suit all, my prices are low- Q.' ' - - - r s Mail Orders Shipped Same Day Received- - . . 1 Ybursfor Low Prices. ..". .11 i III 1 1 JUDGE L. W.. BETHURUM .MM M 1 In this issue is found the announcement of Judge L. W. of Rockcastle County, for the Republiculi Nomination for the office of Auditor of Public Accounts, subject to the notion of the Republican Party in the State Convention to bo held in Louisville personally acquainted July 111, 1911. The editor of the Signal-iwith Judge Bethurum and has known him .intimately all of his life, and is familiar with his public record, which is commendable and worth of emulation. He was born and reared in this countv atulnrincinallv educated , ., . ,. : n ft i . t tn riiiitn a n nnn c t.w.v., nnr. ".....,", ,t, rnnnnn ,r)...i...v. TfiiiArro im i.iit d. lit VI1U IIUUHU n.Muuiu nnrn UU......,.. Hiirnmnn ww..v0-- , ............ burg, Ky., and Brown's Institute of Vnliiaraiso, Indiana; Uiught school, studied law, graduating in tho class of;1897, from tho Uni versity tjf Louisville, Law Department. Ho then begun the practice, forming a partnership with his brother, Hon. B. J. Bethurum, now ' Circuit Judge of the &8th, Judicial Dititrict. Ho was elected Coun s His qualifications'cannnt be questioned, As u member of the Bar .of Kentucky, he is recognized by his follow associatend the people as a lawyer of eminent ability, cautious and painstaking. As a Judgq ho enjoys the distinction of being perfectly?lr and i in partial,, rendering unto all, tho rich and the poor'alike, equal and exact justice. His decisions have shown capacity, legal .Yresearch and wisdom as a lawyer and a judge. I L. H. DAVIS, LIVINGSTON, KY. , 'vt'r Wednesday to look out a location. They' will probably move tHere next weelr. Homer Wallin went to Cedar Creek Wednesday. The protracted meeting will close Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Rigsby, of Tucson Arizona, are visiting relatives here. Joe Laws had a very valuable pair of m.iles killed Wednesday at Bee Lick by a falling tree. His son, Will Laws, B. C. was slightly tnjuied. Anderson and J. R. Cass are on the sick list. Under his administration as County Jndge. of this county, much progress has been made looking to the betterment of condi tjpns generally, and especially in the matter of public improve BOOSTKRS LIKE MT. VERNON ments. He is enthusiastic on the subject of better roads and tho strong sentiment in this county now for better roads, isjflargoly-duLouisville, Ky., to his efforts. Besides, his endeavors have been along tlio line May, 29 191 1. of promoting and ndvancintr tho moral, commercial and intellectual Mt. Vkrnon StGANL Mt. Vernon, Ky.. . welfare of this county and this section of the State. .4 Gents: Tho voters of this Commonwealth may rest assuredithat if Your ropy of the Signal, giving Judge Bethurum is nominated and elected to the great nndlrespori-slblan account of the "Boosttrs" office of Auditor of Public Accounts of this State thut'he will reception in your town to baud this faithfully and honestly discharge tho trust reposed in him with the morning. Being of the "Gang" fearlessness characteristic of him alone; that his treatment of the I wish to A.. n .. llKHHnt,f .1.t 0......1. tH inni n.wl ..n....n.1 XTA!..n compliment the people of ipeopie having business 111 said office wil be that of an affajbjie and Mt. Vernon on J. the welcome we ted by tho Ropsblican parly of this county without opposicton fort? . . t J f received there by jour good, people wlljchei13 Counjty Jqdgc.jaiand;ol(oaa8ahj.qininate( mid; aud which was highly appreciated 3 by evpry "Boqster' and I 'cannot DceXDoC , gHSDC ,&oC$3eC$Dor refraiiifrom complimenting the uVSIGNAL 'for the enterprise shown te in getting out such an appropriate ind live edition for the special .,'.-',I i&&8S& I o1cfcto,artcolgtff1n DC&X 'XPXXX -- ,. J' That ae Bound to Force U SI NESS "" . Some rare bargains in suifs for those ) I quick enough to get here; Guarantee with every suit. $16-5- 0 Sctits for $ 3.50 J5.00 J2.50 10.00 ... a u u tt a it IZ75 10.00 8.50 L It is not our polieyto wait until the ishing. . season is over to cut, the price. The work- -' manship and quality in these suits are the best to be had and the prices are aston, LADIES QUEEN SKIRTS Step in and let us show you through the best line of skirts that Was ever shown in this part of the country. Panamas, Voils, Serges and fancy Grays and Tans. sold Tiis'taTm'T: vounKpebprePTTeTeTI "".'The r .Green enjoyed a - pleasarjy straw H. W,arflf.orJjX2j3n ncre.V-Ther- e will be a ball game here Saturday-berry hunt Sundav afternoon. There must he something very between Brodhead team and Mt. Miss Elizabeth attractive over in tne Glades, as Vernon team Storms came here last wek to most of the boys of Level Green spend the summer with her parentf. , were in that part Sunda;'.--Br- o occasion. Mr.s Earnest Thompson, of Mt. of Te: a; is expounding h. Clause, .Mt. Vernon will no longer be a gospel to the people of Hope Vernon; is visiting her sister, Mrs. ' dead town" but witir the enter-priS- e pure Dick Shivel, the Holy j Tom FJ3iicisco. shown in our reception will well church in which the Rollers have bad the floor for the contractor has just received a car forge to the front as a live wire. Hurrah for Bro. load of brick. Fullen Francisco Trusting to see the consumatiou past yeatv ' Clouse for I am glad that the and Dock Haggard werd in Mt; of your brightest hope, I am Tuesday. Owen Cass is people ol Skeggs Creek section Vernon Yours truly, gospel at home from Stanford where he. pme are having the J. E. Chilton. D' U d the good has been telegraphing With Carter Dry Goods Co. preached to them Let B. Di- - Adams left last Thursday for III. work go on. Mis Clara Louisville Ky , , Bord and Miss Isabel Ping, ol A moving picture show will open May 29, 1911 Grove were in Level here Thursday night and will con: Walnut Mr. Jones Fish, i Come tinue for a month. Sunday evening. Green Mt Vernon Ky. Henry Catron, of Staufbid again. LEBANON JUNCTION. Dear Sii: was in Level Green first of the I regret exceedingly tuat the ,Week to see his mother who is Elmer lechleiter has returned shortueys of our visit to Mt. Vern- very low. from a two weeks visit in Jackson on, did not tive me the opportunity Mrs. Ola Woodnrd. of London, Last Tuesday was ville Ills. of meeting you when our "Boost i? visiting friends aud relatives missionary day at the Baptist , ers" visited 3 our city. at Level Green. Dr. and Mrs. G. church and a 'large crowd was I had the great pleasure of C. Price visited relatives at Plato present. L. & II. watch inspector meeting Mr. Fish Jr., and I hope Sunday. Tom Brown pui chased R. L. Mudd has been in a sorious to have the opportunity of renew- a mowing- machine' Irom W. H. condition for more than a week Corn ing our acquaintance, early aud DeBotd last week for $60 but is thought to be on the road often. hoeing seems to be the order of to recovery now. Rev Hunter . We were met splendidly where-eve- r The farmers will soon who for neailv two years has we went, but you mayNbe as begin to reap the bountiful crop of q been sured that the short visit which we wneau- -u. j mum 1. c . u..uK fa w! Ws farew,.U senuon made to your city is hedged about stock trader is still dealing in next Sun(Jay n He ,eaves with so many pleasant recollections scrub cattle, hogs and s"eep.- -J. neja week ol.Iahomo c, that the next time that we visit L. Hasty has purchased a Thos. wm R, Qt Uv was ,Jerc t Mt. Vernon, we intend to remain A. Edison graphaphone and is firsl of week at least a half a day, unless you sitting back in the corner enjoy-- j Conductor George pike has re. find it necessary to call out the ing the melodious music that is tQntA from Ja,k:S0Ilvi1Ie FIaii Militia to run us out of the City, prouueeu uj- uiiu tiiAMlarMil ua- wu.mc.iu. wnere j,e wcui us a ucickuiu iu before we capture all of the pretty chine. G C. Price tne leaaing flip nnnnnl rnnuAnKnti nC Mia Orr1r and most attractive girls of whom merchant of Level Green is doing of Raway Q,nductora Pat HnDt you have so many. a rushing business. vjsited ,(b father Ja Maretburg Be assured that we enjoyed your Tuesday Mrs. Thomas Capps has HKO 1)11 HAD hospitality, and your cordial gteet-in- g returned from a weeks visit with so much, that we feel impelled Mrs. M.O. Homes and daughter her motner( Mrs. Beltie Brown in to call Alt. Vernon a part of Louis- are visiting Mrs. J. W. Tate. the Savers neighborhood in Rock. ville, providing you do not your B ack Durham is at hems from Spink and castIe county.-Her- bert self object. Crab Orchard where he has been famjlv who have bee visiling in the-day- ing a good shower now for I think a good old gentle rain would things considerably. Annt Katie Catron is no better. The people of Level Greeu and vicinity hope for her recovery soon. Miss Katie Price, who has been attending school at Brodhead, and Miss Ola Debord, who has been attending school at Mt. Vernon are at home. Miss Ora Brown, of Level Green Is smiling behind the counters oi J. Thos, Cherry's store, at Brodhead. 'Y :&tf . At? nm ?" H Kl N a - - We guarantee every skirt to fit. SEND US YOUR MATL ORDERS Mm I 111 $1:1 1 i 0 With kindest regards, and hoping to reciprocate your attentions at an early date, I remain, Yours truly, Jacob J. Bi.um. LEVEL GHEEN. Well, Mr. Ed, as it has been some little time since I have tried to write an item for the dear old Signal I thought I would try ray pencil and see it it would act. Well the farmers in and arouud old Level Green are getting along fairly well with their crops, in spite SUTTON ft McBEE of the dry weather. We are need- - telegraphing. Edgar Tatum, of Rileys is visiting relatives here. Miss Jewel Francisco aud Miss Rosa Pike are visiting Miss Nannie McWhorter at Berea. John E, Evans is at home. Rev. J. W. Carter left Tuesday for Lexington. Cleve Brooks is at home from Baxter Ky. Mr. Dan Sowder, of Montana, is visiting his sister. Mrs. Ellen Ma- hafly. Hugh Cress and T. Gtiffin of Corbin were in town Tuesday. Mrs. Lillie Miller and childreu are visiting Mrs. Bettie Brooks, of Mr. and Mrs. J, Williamsburg E. Wallin went to Junctloa City Hardan county for several days passed through here last Wednes- y enro.ite to their home in Liv- jgSt0n.-Ch- ief Train Dispatcher Ri j, Letnonds of Livingston was Prof. C. V. hore Thursday. Campbell informs us that he will remain as principal of the .school at he has had this place although severa g00tj from otber poj,,,,,. This win ra5ke his tulrd year here which speaks weU for j,jm as n teacher. rs ou-e- I CASTORIA ml Oliiidren Ory ' FOR FLETCHER'S .'. . 4 V- - 7 , i wfiter was one to his tvtrlhsfng McOalls tan Vurd uu the sorrow Friday, une. 9. 1911 branch lot near residence of bt-N. Williams, had o e ah.i but a few jears baluie Published every Friday by Many of the vats were yet tJir EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. Condition. Traces of the McCali For Infants and Children. powder null weie still .ere .Iust 0 little later the oil lever came up Kind You Have $I.OO ONtt YRAR SUBSCRIPTION patties Irom Pennsylvania cleanii is here ... lleitbed thousands of acres in count) 7 Advertising rates made known on but no operations were .started. few with, cheer ALCOHOL 3 PEK CENT Slave companies and others later AVcgelabIePreparalionrorAs-application old walls pieces of butchered utid wasted millions ot siraiiaiiii'jinctDOdainlRcguli ling (lie Stomadis wulBowlsof throughout teet of good timber floors the county. Tan bark men did the MKMBKR OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION bame with chestnut timber which was left to rot after leruoving the ProroolcsDigcslionJChcetfulH ncss and Rest.Contalns neither bark, the timber having no market 1 Opium.Morphinc nor Mineral vnlue in those da)S. It was a few NOT NARCOTIC. ears later when a Bedtord, Intl., teacher took a position in one ot KfeofoUDrsmurnam flmyku Srtd He was a lair our schools. call look stock beginning jUxJaaa H geologist.anda fter being hereawhi e acta I for end and see 8 THINGS THAT WERE NOT; he preoicted that RockcaStles mii&hSiii i IWU of itmSrtd- wealth laid in her vast beds AND WERE IN i87. Al Clarified Sugar . complete is mtonftm Hmr. .::'! stone and other mitierals. A few AND SOME THAT ARE toTSO listened, while a majority hooted Ancrfect Remedy for Consllpa I prices ever c Hon , Sour Storaach.Dlarrhoca at the idea. That teacher is yet a (By J. M.) Worms ,CoiwuIsims.lvensri citizen of this town, and is a promi?H ncss amlLoss or Sleep. !4 nent phjsiciau has lived to see his Car-po- ts In thjyear 1877 when the writer predictions well on their way to Facsimile Signature of rLtiU. located in Mt. Vernon there were fulfillment by the stone, lime, clay three pianos in towu. There are and saud industries that are conNEW YORK. The town boasted stantly forty growing and promise at of two buggies and one carriage, uo distant day to bring great the latter was made in 1849 and wealth to the county of his adoption Guaranteed undciIieKoUafl was originally the property of Dr. ol auto That was before the day J. Joplin a noted proctitioner, the mobiles and none was owned in this Exact Copy of Wrapper. OUT. 0 THI OINTAUn COMNT. Not a father of J L. Joplin. QQ county until 33 years later. No typewriter or telephone was here. bicycle had invaded this communNot a Safety razors were absent. ity and when it came U was of the foot of concrete sidewalk, and but pattern that had a "big wheel ' a few feet of brick sidewalk, some come from the city with Ins grist, in .those early days and a little one which did stunts our beefsteaks plank and fiat stone pavements by the l&ke. In those e.ulier days he hid to hitch his horse in to almost equal to the bucking bronco. an dirt. Only three brick houses most of the clothing assist in the grinding. But few could hang outo the thing not long before in town. The old horse mill, on Where West Mt Vernon is was made at hoo.e fn m clotit of usuallv pitched its victims in the the lot where Tom Proctor now It of Willis Griffin', wool or flax which was cor lei, cated. West ditch. Ask Bob Joplin. lives, had only disappeared a few by the women, residence were coin belds on both woven that spun and The gasoline engine, For rough, dressed and all kind apcDoq!$jCj3bJ years before. Not a traction Shoes and boots made from sides of road. provoking, yet useful machine, engine or separator (.thresher) in Lime was burnt by piling stoni of finishing lumber, mouldings, leather taned in local tanyards and was uuknown and none came to the county. Ground hog machines Today sash, doors, porch columns, and manufactured by citizen shoe- - ou log heaps then tiring. tne county until 2$ jears later. material, wall were in general use. The sewing inikeis. Thi.-- shoeunkiug was we have kilus'built on scientific other building The nearest thing to it was a hot paper and picture frames ol all machine agent, calendar clock The principles. usually done in the fall. air engine used for a time in pumpmen and lightening rod agents The colored population here sizes and kinds see. shoemaker going to the house, ' The ing water at railroad tank, Liv taking the measurements for the numbered probably tweuty within R. S. SlIIVEL, were reaping a harvest. ingston while that place was the Builder & Contractor, iron range people soon wrought Limits have since whole family and remaiuing with town limits. terminus of this branch of L. & N Brodbead, Ky. followed selling an ordinary range them until a winters supply of been extended but the number re- motion was worked at which sells today at $20. Perpetual at $64 shoes were made then move on to mains about the same. by several citizens who thought at COMPLETE LIKE- nationality Some dwellings were equipped with Citizens.vsu' other the nex neighbor and repeat .the times thev had made the long FOR FLETCHER'S Coffins, Caskots and 'Robesr were repy;seme.l by less than rods that cost the owner more than looked for discovery. One or two 0Pertllu'twenty tbiAuiiioai the ctjuntv. I A o A.1J-the building was worth. No all, Tlosiraph Just before total eclipse of the The tovvbgfkAc chutch build or printing pre&s wis Here. machines 2j" s0 A orders Promptly . aIXTaiii TJnHin T?tl O . tor some hours suh1n 1870, nstrotiomerswere sept k " The Masons ' It was ten years later when the they would run power was gained, out by the government frcn ing, of tw nionhinp ntin n crnnn sprnnn Filled. Sfiu'inn Mountain Signal was established, but of course no occupi ipstairs. Two who made observa- in good condition Some pood men died in the belief Washinet-'Mi- . hand organ, other churches have since built the same paper you are now tions from apex of Town Hill IS35 Call at Miller bouse. reading, which has been published that the thing was feasible. edifices. At that time many droves of. 'eel aoove sea ieve.. 1 ney piaceu continuously since with a few William Hill arrived in FrankThe common school and a tablet at the hill top with fort Monday in custody of a editors and managers. hogs were fattened on the mast a stone changes in private academy represented the proper inscription thereon filled r Among its editots were the writer, acorns) which were in abundance school facilities. A Collegiate Deputy Sheriff to begin a This tablet later dis with lead. He term in the penitentiary. W. R. Cress, J. W. Brown, E. B. before the great woodlands were was established a quarter institute appeared; supposed to ha'SFe I een Smith and the present owner. It destroyed by the woodraaus ax. of a centefy later which was got lost from the officer and walked taken bv some vundal for the lead s to the prison and gave himself up. was first issued on an army press, It was not many years before this later absorbe'J by the Brown - many, hundreds of it contained. being inked by a hand roller. In time when proven mortal schoolV which Senator Bailey declared, in a A vear after the centennial of very successfn I. A graded school speech celebrating Jefferson Davis its early days the paper had a swine were driven to this county correspondent at most every post from the bluegrass country to take America Independance there Was came into ex sjence thirty four birthday, that if the two races are Que writer advantage of the mast. Itockcastle inot a cultivator or two row corn years after thd celebration of the to live in harmony the negro office in the countv. we recall was at Culpeper, way then made her own bacon and had planter in the county. There were centennial ot o hr independence and must recognize his feriority. Hnam nn Kknops creek, who vet it to sell by wagon loads to the'a iew iron cane mills and lots of is proving a gkjod institution. Taken Up: A black bore hog He citizens of the counties to the north WOoden ones whose screeches could goes by name of old "Cull''. In Spring ana Summer of 1880 weight about 100 pou nds came to did some wonderful writing. Roll- - of us. much of it in exchange or be heard a mile and a half when In Prof. R. L, 'Gsrner, a noted cor' Owner Chicago and other points 'operation. The horso mill had respondent, taught classes in pen my place one month ago. er skates had not made their an- ' flou can have same by paying all The power manshio in Whitehead Academy No today is furnishing probably one passed in irs check. nearance: pool tables ditto. regular barber shop, though John ' third or more of the meat consumed used to grind corn was run by (the building now the residence damages. If you are having any sucli trouble about your watch or clock, . . ... G. W. Mari.br W. Brown did practice naircuttmg in the county. Even the roast of horses, when a person went to mill of Mrs. D N'. Williams). Prof. just turn it over to ns and if it does not run all O. K. it will Brctno, Ky. Garner afterward gained world June C03t you nothing We guarantee our work. Give us ft trial. Racing Comwide fame by his African trips The Kentucky We do nil kinds of soldering and repair work. weere he dwelt in the fastiness of mission amended a rule which the the wilderness among wild solves the problem of surplus animals, he occupied an iron cage horses to a race which is said to at night, in his attempts to learn have caused trouble .at the LouisAT DR. S C, DAVIS' DRUG STORE, and prove that simians have a ville track. He claims to KY. spoken language, have learned half a dozen or more I of their words and pioved by his for Infants and Children. FOR FLETCHER'S "monkey talk" at different Zqo The Kind You Have Always Bought garden's that ho could please the I little animals or scare them into Bears tho ' Uc&i in chim Signature of fits by using utterances panzee lore. Many of our people Vernon Mount Monumenta Do you realize it is better to be remember the Professor. safe than sorry, that it is the best It was in the early 8o's that a We ore ANNOUNCEMENT. authorized to anuouueo G. policy to lock the stable door before IRKS citizen oi Rockcastle, Eugene M. BALLARD as a candidate for Repre the horse is stolen? must fit right, os well as look right. shoes. They You get in wearing the S.nodgrass, was1 sent as a christian sentative of Rockcastle and Laurel counDr. Miles' Heart Remedy missionary to Tokio, Japan where ties subject to the action of the RepubThat's the reason that SELZ shoes, made on foot form measurements and fitcured Mrs. C. C. Gokey, of a stubhe spent many years in the work. lican party. ted to your feet by expeit salesmen, make it easy to buy shoes here; and born case of heart disease, such as thousands are now suffering with. make it an everyday joy. to wear the shoes after you've bought them. We are authorized to announce R. G. The uniform success that has Read what she says: as a candidate for Ktpreseutathe attended thenise bt Chamberlain's WEl-"Before I began takine.Dr. Mile' of Rockcastle and Laurel counties, subHeart Remedy I had been suffering and' Diarrhoea Colic, Cholera from heart trouble for over five has made it a favorfte everywhere ject to the action of thcRcnubllcan paryears. I had crown so weak that It was Impossible for me to do thirty It can always be depended upon. ty. minutes work in a whole day. I For sale by Chas. C. Davis. suffered intense pains in my lcftsidi shouldn't get that as well as quality and fit. It's and there's no reason you and under the left shoulder blade, I We aro authorized to announce E. n. could nut sleep on the left side, and Thompson as a candidate for Representa ALLEN QUARTERMANE was so short of breath that I thought a marked feature of our SELZ line; the smart; snappy, styles that young men I should never be able to take a lull tive of Rockcastle and Iaurel counties, and that older men don't object to. breath again. The least excitement like; My horse, Allen Quartermane, subject to the action of the Republican would bring on the most distresilns; of and will be at T. N. Noe's stable, one party. palpitation. I had scarcely taken a of the Heart Remedy beDEALER 11 Marbles and of .Mj Vernon, every mile west fore I could see a marked change In children. here for my conation. 1 began to sle Wednesday ancTSaturday, and the Granite Monuments of all well, hid good appetite, and imof the time will be at my stable proved so rapiflly that when 1 had rest Estimates furnished; kinds. taken six bottles I was completely near Brodhead. He will make the cured. on application. UNDERTAKER and EM8ALMER MRS. C. C. GOKEY, Northfield, Vt. season of ion at ?8.oo to insure a GEO. OWENS Propr. If you have any of the symptoms living colt.)?'1 Mrs. Gokey mentions, it it your Phono 112 MODE CRAWFORD, duty to protect yourself. Brodhead, Ky. s . ' D. 1 ed MT &fcMiftsaa& GcSi.Vl.'Si"!'... VERNON SIGNAL, on many victims ot -- "V r XJiaJt ar .j-yw, - fejtftal t un."i lkUJS 3 . , .ivJM.' '.? s, ' wnoni tne $&$&&&. &&&12c&x " x&sc$ydhyfr vr , . 111 feg rnbAolUKIA G,,The LADIES jf l If Iff "If Always Bought Mt 1 Eears the Signature of Au No doubt g time a up your rooms you wish to with New Furniture, brighten up the with New Rugs. "New Paper and the OPRING house AW INVITE YOU through my from have js I 1 I In to and to 1'UI Use TO-DA- the great bargains the largest and most assortment the lowest that have made you. The and the m tiu. For Over Thirty Years A to-da- Largo Shipment of Rugs, and Mattings, Just ArriVod S.B.McKENZIE THE FURNITURE IN Phone JJ3. MT. VERNON, KY. &d$3c$ycycy 1 3Pc$$x$3r - " t GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER $ Brodhead Ky Apr.-29-i- M Tole-phon- Children Ciy news-"pap- well-balan- ced OASTO R ;r five-yea- w T mil Me-ha- WATCH? V ' DOES IT KEEP CORRECT TIME? IF NOT, WHY NOT? ' - t. FRANK MOORE, MT. VERNON, SELZ ROYAL BLUE Shoe Value isn't in the Price You Pay; its in the pleasure CASTOR A Children Cry CAS "VO R A I "I Suffered Intense Pains in My Left Side." 9 i' YOU WANT SMART STYLES IN SHOES SELZ SHOES men, women and I Manufacturer m half-bottl- e Wo Guarantee SELZ SHCSS. SUCOESSOll TO McKENZIE & McBEE 3 C MeCLARY ,M 3 CHAS. B. McKENZIE apr-28-t- A violent wind and hail storm - , caused big damage throughout paits of Southern Indiana aud Northern Kentucky Monday afternoon. Stanford, Ky. Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy. POSTKD. is what you need. If the first botAny ono guilty of trespassing on my property will bo prosenuted to tho full tle fails to benefit, your money is returned. Ask your druggist. extent ot tho law, MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Mtts Mama la JoneS, 'Mt Vernon, Ky., V r- - yip f i'i ri'iMiTfri r rrMtAlSjiaBJfcAwiM jliijff.-?-. m.cmmmy!Pi"i f ,, ' inmiiriiiriimi. kHK 'Mm3fi!QffimFmWflM)9Flm Ji V fnw'MivipmnMMni 5 JJUM iii piip-ti--.:- "n f!LiL t ...A--- -f '."V77i ! Mr iVlT, VRN N SIGNAL KY.June9 ictx pimimwinimnimroninttiinw vlVVBBNON, V '.-- 7QColi up "No. 70" when Tf C L S3 yo" wanltoOommunl. H anU with 8IONAL r".' GOT YOUR BLUE V - ' -- , t. TV;. -- A. fflSL-r '4 ' lOUIIVILtC4NtHVIUCn R.CO. SERGE SUIT YET? , 1 L TIME. TABLE. n sz norm 24 north A vj-- 4.55 pm 3:52 a m .'28v south si. boutli a,tp 12:19 a m Blue Serge Store of Mt Vernon." Always has been, and is sothis Because Jthis is a BLUE SERGE SEASON; and we believed it was going to be season and laid in BLU& SERGES. is FISH'S "THE 5 3 1 &fi , mwv rfni,--""- - vr intcred ju t the ". Ias. Landrum, Agent, -- o lecotul-cla- Mt Vernon, Kjr. Poitoffice mall matter. We have Blue Serges at $7.50, $J0, $J5 and $J8, to fit lean men, stout men and men of normal figure. In fact, ANY MAN, old or young can find what he wants in a Blue Sefge Suit here; and whatever PRICF he pays for it, the VALUE will be entirely satiskcto- ry, or we want to know the reason why. ' PERSONAL "' ' .;,. R. B. Mullins was in Richmond Monday. 'W. J. SpuVks was in Louisvil'e Tuesday. John D. and Scott Miller were Jieie this week. Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Wallin visited at Cedar Creek last week. Walter Robins was down from Brodhead Tuesday evening. Dr. R. W." Dyche made a flying trip to Livingston Tuesday. J. Tucker Bowling has been bete from Louisville during the week. Mr. one" Mrs. E R Gentry wen in Brodhead Saturday aud Sundaj Miss John Eva Hilton, of Stan lord is the guest of Miss Frances Forbes. Miss Nell Silvers is here from Corbin to see ber sister at Lang don Dormitory. , Sam St alls worth and family ol Nelsonville, arc visiting relatives ', iu Rockcastlei Mrs. Mary Bronaugh is bore .from Crab Orchard the guest ol Mr.. Sue Butner. jMJMrs Fishback has moved to A BTFuraisti's property, the J. C. Taylor residence. and several G. Mot Ballard others were,. at Berea attending . rDONT TAKE CHANCES with clothes that can't "make good." clothes, make them "make good." . ' 2 The tailoring, the style, the fit and the price of our ' 1 Wl JJMIU- Base Bull Shoes at SUTTON mx&BM m 12-1- 3 lIlVrJMo Hv iiiiUiiiiliiiiaiUiiliiiiiliiUilHUiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiUiUiiiiiiUUiUiiUiUiiiUiUiiiiiiiiiiUiliiiiiiiiiiiHii There js always something doing & McBKH'S. at Fish's .Clothing Store. Ask to see that new Summer Round trip tieket to Loretto for Collar, the "Glenroy" at Fish's $2.89 Juue and 14 limited to Only in sizes. lune 15th. on account Commence Why use that v ahpanany more ment exercises Loretta Acndemy. ' when you have a uice bath tub In When you buy a nice suit of town? clothes a new hat and a new pair Rev. Bicknell, of Berea, preaches f shoes why not come to Sbwders at Buckeye every fourth Satur- - aaroer, snop ana get a nice Hair dav Bight, Sunday and Sunday cut Give me a trial and see il you nre Qt satisfied night. who are .the" first ones in the history of the school to be honored with diplomas of the B.M..H.S. all read essays of a high order. i be commencement1 address, on education was delivered by Dean A. H. Thorckmorton, of Central Universe Law School, whose strong and inspiational address showed Him to be a real champion of Kentucky cause' for higher ' enucation. Diplomas werepresented by The Atty. C. 0. Williams wh a short SPLUNDID FINALS OF hut most appropViate talk. BROWN MEMORIAL There was no part ot the proSCHOOL. gram of greiter interest to th The exercise ol the first annual people of Mt. Vernon thiu the recommencement of Brown Memorial marks by Miss McCorS, and espec High School wer opened with the ially when she announced that the Ba'ccalaureatejilser'mou on "The scliool would be matte a perma v?t LOGIC FOR THE " si g.n rr of-tu- Q U' non LOOK FOR THE SIGN OF THE r"QLJ P IOn 3 .3' V iiiiiiiiiiiiaiauiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuuiUiiiiuiuiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuaiiuiiaiiiiiiiiiuaiiiiiiaiuiiiituis: cinnati, spent a partof their visit with Mrs. Sue Mullins. Geo. jjFcljuton. UJ 1 t DEAFNESS SCANNOT BE List of letters adveitised at Mt. Vernon, Kentucky Post Office, CURED qil, Anna E. Miller iin by local applications, as they can. not reach the diseased . portion oi Postmaster. nlx " .Mrs a. E. Abbott, Mrs. N. J.. Alkll UiUlililX Ul lUll. VUIUUL1 .. cm. n,ucic .in uiuy uuc wuy bi 1 Monday night Allin Reynolds iuc cure derfness aud that is by con Ashlock, Mr. 0. Clark, Miss has rented the butchorshop. Mr. stitutional remedies. Deafness is Martha Geabke, Mrs. Rachel A has a position with Gover, D. J. Hill & Son, , John W. J. Sparks Go,, and rented out caused bv kn iuflamed cond.tion of Uacklamore, H. L. Manninfr Mr BeulaH Mrs. to Mr. Reynolds. So you can get the mucous linjng of the Eustach Wash Orders, your steak from the now butcher ian Tube. Whena this tube is in- Oekemper, Martha Richmond, T. now. Died, the infant of" Mr. flamed vou have rumbling sound G. Ries, Chas. Roberts, G. 0. and Mrs. W. P. McCullough on or imperfect hearing, aud when it Smith, F. S. Thomas. last Saturday and was buried is entirely closed, Dealness is the in the Ward Cerde try. Cam Mul result and nnless out aud lins and little son were in Louis- can be takenits normal this tube Makes Homi Biking Easy condition, Brodhead fair is to have a Wifd ville Saturday. A. Pennington, restored to West show this year besides several of this place, has a position as hearing will be destroyed forever; time keeper for W. J. Sparks. nine.ca'ses out of ten are caused The dates other good attractions Mrs.O. A. Bktnford luts" re- by Catarrh, which is nothing biif of the fair are August 16, 17 aud turned from Parksville and an inflamed condition of the IS. v her fathor. Dr. WijlBrown. mucous surfaces. improved. Mrs?1 J. B. much ptfOT,irE: -- Just completed a nice . We will give One Hundred ?tanjeuceuKBr 'Wednesday. Kobiuson, who- - has been very Dollars for any case of- Deafness up to ane- - nam room nocniana lowj-i- s jBastfn and Ben G Car . somobeiter. Dr. lon?oT?tht (caused by catarrh fharcatTnol be cWwatershl&er&tl&Uoi! neiiUnsttfttiQnand'ittiattthe ijooo of LorrOon, was here last " many were over from Laucastct All conveuieuces necessary r IS ice a3i omiuay morning ai merresoy- by the GiededSchool would paid qdkg..see Mrs. W. M.UTrench. cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Sunday calling on two ol our young clean towels furnished with each terian church, by Re v. Geo. S. have about died out Send for circulars, frett. be re invested in a'building in Mt.j ' .1 ladies. F. J. Ciirnrv & CO , 111 luwa iiuw iiuu 11 is iu uo iiujjcu ba'h, at Paris Sawder' j birbr Watson. Vprnnn ' that they will cease to exist any Mr. and Mis. C it. White, of hop Toledo, O. The euterta in men t ot the u ider-- 1 h. moro. -- "Uncle Geortro Pope ro Sold by Druggists, graduates ou Tuesday night was Harrisburg HI , nre with Mrs LI VlNtif.TOJi 75c. oT "TheN itional Temperanct P ' mains about the same.-On- Q not only blight but well worked White's larents Mr. and Mrs lpm, the iine'st rains of the season Take Hall's Family Pills for local application." with some R. G. Moore, of''Tr,ace Branch lift niwl ! nAClnminn Jerome Adams. "u '" ,,uu""li nine in- section, was iu town Tuesday. fell Monday and Monday night, constipation. will be the pastor's sermon at the f . ' keeping witu tne cnaracters repand it did not come' too soon for Prof. T. A. Houston left Mon Presbytertan church Sundav. cm Judge Joe M.agep, ojCrab Orchard oats and grass will bo cut short My splendid Jersey bull will reseii led. for his home at Butler ti day Morning Mitipct, "God's iiif. on' account of tho continued make the season at my place at $1. The "Mock Commencement" is uith his brother; J.udge H. r spend vacation He will return Consolation." welMoney due when cow is turned in. Everybody weqlc. Jiil.. Browning, drouth" riinde decidedly the hit ot the August 1st. about come. Joe Oliver has begun tho erec- raay-2tf. Gus Stavkkson. The only baking powrttr evening. This feature was yho. went South for his health, tion of a dwelling house on Main J." Will Dooley was over fron ic Haknhss Su Sadolr lus returned greatly improved Street where his other one burnmada from Royal Orafa Willis making Vetnon is ,orely iu need of a goid ' especially timely as brought out Berea Monday. Rico Ward ha.M; returned from ed. F.L Thompson, one of 'the Tartar Oraant by Miss Daisy Fish in her FOR FLETCHER'S a success selling stoves and ranges .addle and harness maker and ;s haven't hest salesmen on the road, was SwitclYi Wo Nfl ALUM.N0 LIME PHOSPHATE Salutatory for Blown Memorial Gravel I for a Cincinnati factory. splendid location for the right Ilinhfirlinnllintl Logan is a jolly t l.nH n mm. heiU'd anyUlIn..COrJternlng pol- hero Saturday. Mrs. Henry Gentry was called to man. At tircsent we do not Im'cj ov thi for some good fellow and loolts on tho nieticeiuent befo're and the under- St. LouU last. Sunday on account iven a person who can half sole graduates felt the necessity of umfi wonuou wmu is, me manor, bright side through life. J. W. R. M. K. Flour Co. salesof tbo serious illness of her son, shoes, to say nothing of the harness showing the seniors how things Guess they have decided to give Rider,was in Mt Vernon Satur-day- . man, B- a clear Clay who has appendicitis. and saddle business James Southard, of the trauk! whlch 5s ought to be done. The oration of James do- If we Henderson Division, was here , the only wise lh,nS Robert L. Joplin, an old Mt. Eleven new members were re- Miss Mary Napier on "The Auto-Sunday. Jim is section foreman " Vernon boy, who has made good as ceived into the McParland Presby-- t biography of a Microbe" and Miss can et James B. as Governor on that division, Ho says ho is a Lexington Wholesale Grocery ian church Sunday evening Six Winnie Falin's oration on "Life" wo will show them how to run doing well. Here is luck to you man was here during the week. by confession and five by letter. afforded much amusement to the the StatQ on the old P,an- - vz: old bov. Leo Johnson of Rich Judge Jacob Sambrooks and The former were baptized at the crowd. Also Miss Rae Hunt's ' 'Equal rights to all and special mond, was in our town Sunday . j Mr. A. H. McFerron were here church. Rev. Watson feels much Presentation of the Diplomas andj privileges to nqne.' A NICE PRESENT JUNE 17 TO SOME CUSTOMER OP He is other clever features of the pro- Suuday to attend the communion encouraged in his work. 0. P. Reynolds has returned county, this week. Mrs W. M. OUR STORE. services at the Presbyterian church accomplishing much good iu the gram kept the people in laughter, from Collinsville, Ohio Mrs.Jl. to keep you thinking of the liveliest store in this section and The Kindergarten circle Spring 0. Pike has been quite sick the Misses Ethel Davis, Lenora noble cause. to show our appreciation 0f your patronage wo arc now offering timo.-M- arithis Parrett and Amy Proctor spent Iu this issue appears a call for Song Drill held on the lawn of, past week. Prank and Harry some bettor at Knoxvillo buying Juno 17 free, choice of a who are working in on Hamlin is in Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John a vote on June 241I1, 011 the the Dormitory Wednesday Chappel at "Sunnv Brook" farm question of issuing bonds to the noon, were attended by a large Louisville, are visiting rolatives Mr. and Mrs. Christian church here Saturday near town. amount of !j'6)oo for the Mt. Vern- and appreciative crowd who had here this week G. Rivers is TIIEV'RK WORTH G 00: THEY COST YOU NOTHING of Tienton, Mo., on Graded school, which money come to witness the many drills, Mcsliac Gentry, of iMt. Vernon, and Sunday -W. .. J. D. Reams, Gro-of six years, is at is to be used in paying for the songs aud games ol Miss Max- wero guests of Mr. and Mrs- - T. J. clerking for tho Livingston put, ' after an absence ' " Sunday.1 Little Bes- eery Co. Andy Howell has x home for a short visit to bis par present building and lor making well's well trained little "Kinder- Pennington It's not often that you have the opportunity to secure such a soft drink stand in town. Dr. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. R. Reams, some additions, which are abso- garteners" who thoroughly cap- sie Owens is sick with measles. articles free of cost. and Joe Childress left 'able, beautiful and useful Miss Carrie Farley spent sev- Tuesday to attend tho Commence tivated the hearts of the crowd. of Dudley. lutely necessary. The Domestic Science exhibition eral days in Louisville and Leba- ment at Berea and will visit m. Miss Shearin and the Misses With the levy as It is, only Pay nothing for tho above beautiful presents All you in one of the rcotns attracted non Junction last week. -- Miss Cincinnati before they return.- -! V 11 h mma on a card and j,uess at a flo jg to wHtQ Plumer, members of the Graded enough money was collected last t . 1 ne aaiuty ana Harvey Rider spent Sunday in v1aWVbefSrU)LrrllMrimSObCHn IIIU number h,dd0n u,,dor a gCd-a- ! o attention. ca,-dto nnv the runninu exDensecu School faculty have returned to and nf the school and the board is appetizing aisnes ana iemrunK Mt. Vernon. Mrs.. Nat Crouch ; their homes at Pa'rksville Rico, returned to Cincinnati en Georgetown, Neither of the three therefore compelled to make othei morsels as well as the fine pieces and daughter, Mury- Edna, have route homo to Californiar Mis. Every time you buy $1.00 worth from us for cash YOU GET A visit; to Louis- H. W. Rice is improving, glad to provisions for the oa ment of the of needlework gave evidence that returned from a will be here next 'vear. nTIpSc. tho more vou buy the more guesses you get and oiv. Sin is at W M. 1'ieius building andfoV the providiug of at Browu Memorial this year they ville. pay nothing for them. vou LOCAL Mr. and Mrs, Grottenthraulor in Lincoln county. additional room which is absolutely have been learning other importEven our small customers will be given tho same show, for we an' things besides reading and have gone to housekeeping in one W. H. Baker has taken charge appreciate all trade, small or large, and if you do not need a dol bought it at Fish's its necessary, in, order to accomodate If you writing ana cottages. 1a -- "" cMi'rtnl TllPSf" bonds are The PianoTitumetic. Miss Claudia of Bowman's has gono to Aunt of the Mt. Vernon Hotel. He lar,s wortit eomQ nny i,0W( and wo will give you tickots showing right, up to date. Mt. moved in this week. Lizzie Cornott recital of payable in 20 years and the board amount of your niirnhiLso and when vou have bought a dollar's . High class' goods found at Sut- figures that a 15 cents levy will . Dodson's pupils Wednesday night Vernon. Miss Margaret Pitman, 1 bring in the ticueis anu get your guoss iroo. Noticr: All parties holding ton & McBees such as walk over rmif1 snfllcent monev to aav the was verv "decidedly a success, of Pittsburcr, and Mr. and Mrs. claims against the estate of W. M. shoe and Stetson hat's etc. interest aud a sinking mud which Manv neonle wero i in nresstd with Brvson. of Cincinnati, were, tno Mink deceased will present same to REMEMBER, we give away ono of tho above' usoful prosents 'Why shave yourself and make in the 20 years will pay off the in the splendid progress made by the 'guests of Mr and Mrs. William me properly proven on or before JUNE 17 your face sore when it only costs debtedness. To make a long story Duoils this year under the efficient Sams last week Mrs. W. C. Saturday June 17, 191 1. so don't miss any opportunity of coming to our storo when in need you iocts, to' get a nice clean sliave ghort, if tne voters do not vote" teaching of Miss Dodson, whose' Mullins, of LouHi.villo remember A. J. Hagoahd. .1.- of goods In our line for wo always guarantee our price- and quality i.Ain it a ctnoco nt iha ohjitiit nu o mnc ninn nviri na a nn r.tiA rrvnvpe ni IHr IlUNIlILIltl. atSowders barbershop. Administrator. ' June" 2to bo enual or bottor than anybody else, and those nico presents school will be practically destroyed teacher Is recognized by all in the W. 0. Mullins, Champ uid John Misses and childrens hose in I. .. 11!.. ! H'nTf NAT.1t nil ' communuy. nrwl linrl l'UK -I..n. uu nuu., v,.v.v irilindl IIP I K. nil S TOIIl ft. . ,, !I. i ..w..w.. Y.. llXPirANt.K luUjUai tlmf mnn nv nl 0 tne nurauer 0I PUP,S ,n wuuius iwuiuwuu rn. nink colors wnite, oiue nnr" pm . Also lor witu One pair of Comput- PropKRTY: Kniitnw1 Thmmonrompnt tUa .r.i nf flinvfirs Tilnr.ofl - unon each one of "-. ooi--ladies silk hose .so ana romnnte from 2 to 60 .. nnta Your friends, nHfl It- a iiitarlti llin DmntM VfAiiilrt1 TJlrtt CmH1 tuiu tTtflTCi2 hA ... t orana. jjuwoh - 1I..DAA ic nnr KiuiicieiiL uuu il 1a uivcnv iuiz uiunu mtuiwi iui iiiuu uluuui 'rlonH no mmd' EUel Good shape ; it shows to tho cents ner bound, hut i.Prci,tn,!,M -- . st - D UI.UIU01 luv.k u'uiaii ...&..v .u i..i.i.i;;ii.Mau UUl Ul lUC, 1JUHWUU lJ vJ-- . ..Stop when vou pass Sowder(s ' fr0m the present incomeol revenue' church were the crowning event of j world that we still romembor our and acurcte. Draws 100 pounds. UU" l over 11 mteresieu can i w.uc baroer snop ana sec u y than to iust nay the teachers. The the week. The three graduates. friends that liav(J-pa. need a hair cut, shave or a oatn. neooie ore urtcu. . u wuuaiuci n. Misse's ' Frances Po'rber, Clydp. tho dark river of death Mr. ' KT iuc PHONE. 17. MT. Llviupston, Kv, ' limaitesyou i trpiHllv hefore acting. Watson aud Blanche Crawford, and Mrs. U.A,. Bryson, of; Cla june-2-t- o..M..f j U4avv KSKffM ir.; au . tt . . ! J. V v 1 yro-port- s ,. -- .. - Penn--rpgto- I I - Ir." .:j ... ui i- I is POWDER of 6 Absolutely Pure jHi-- Mjt Children Cry , m 1 n.-u- Wates CASTO R A - Free, Free! m 1 ABSOLUTELY FREE! 8;o?MAoKtajtiSS j Snsteen- SVtS ' I 1 after-lOrndorf- Sffa?tWtfllS!HADSOMB 43 PIBCB " DIMNBB SET valu-Amy- m i id vr l ,o I free M . ..... i.. 1 1 . ... i. I ..,.. . ....... rnt .Ma-fl; . t t C I uj,uu - ,- 1 1 I 1 . o- 'L.fu ..viit..,imnr. :j. f v- "-- -- sseu ROBT. & E. B. COX, VERNON, f, better. Vi&mlHlJ, ifc :isLi iT. .QtMk.-.-'.''- . 'iTl',l-- J 4AtJ,b.W V itd&t...'si!.. a. .4k 4 ;- -"" f , T (r 1 . "" -, ."-- - Ulilii lil.MMHiBMUJ.., .' .- ",,iWIII'rlil'll de-cnb- illlUIW 'The-Fcttntai- n ji s. Head of Life Is The Stomach a weak and Impaired tromacli and who M ' Commissioner's Sale Rockcastle circuit and 4oo V. M.. beiaut reeulti1 conotY Court day, Jofi a credit of si raonfhs. the lollotviny, ffeal Estate loiMted 1.1 NdS'idsi f. 1 T UJ. 'V.'.'. '..":'" '.U " ' ' " L,, l' .1.' yrrtur,. jaVi mat. ln7tftin "1 '.- - itr.ur.7zT.,am i '$x$&c'3)C$ ALL-OUT-DOORS j .a .n-- x&-1&r&- x yc&yti$&$nL H not A man who ha properly digest hit food will toon tlndlliat hit blood hat become weak and Impoverished, and that his wholo body is improperly and insufficiently nourished. Dr. PIERGE'S GOLDEN RIEDIG71L DISCOVERY don makes the stomach stronii, promotes the flow of dl&cstlve lulcea, restore tlio lojt appellee, makes akalmllatlon perfect. Invigorates the liver and parities and cnrlcLcj the bluud. It h the Uraat tlesh'bulldcr ua restorative ncrvo tonic. It tnukva men l.i Judgement. stronii In body, nctlvo In t.tlnd and Tills "Discovery" U u pine, ;l' vie cxtrnil I American inidical roots, All Us drutfi absolutely free from rdrolml m.il ml injurious ingredients aro priiitrd on iti . rapper. It lias no relationship with secret hload-malicr, hubit-formitime-prove- n Its every ingredient U crulor.td bv the leaders in all the schools bf nostrums. nostrum m a substitute for this medicine. Don't accept a oim remedy oh inov.-- j composition. As years, nhigiioor). They must know of right in your own neighborhood. many cures made by it durinil past JO Association, Dr. It. V. Pierce, I'res., Hutlalo, N, Y. World's Dispensury Medical Blood Was Wrong All women, who suffer from the aches and pains, due to female ailments, arc urged to try Cardui, the reliable, scientific, tonic remedy, for women. Cardui acts promptly, yet gently, and without bad effects, on the womanly system, relieving pain, building up strength, regulating the system, and toning up the nerves. During the past half century, thousands of ladies have written to tell of the quick curative medicine. results they obtained, from the use of this well-kno- Mrs. Jane Callehan suffered from womanly trouble for nearly ten years. In a letter from Whitevillc, N. C, she lays: "I was not able to do my own housework. My stomach was weak, and my blood was wrong. I had backache, and was very weak. I tried several doctors, but they did me no good. I usedl Cardui for 3 or 4 months, and now have ever been. I can never praise' I am inllie best health Cardui enough." It is the best ionic, for women. Whether seriously sick, or simply weak, try Cardui WrtU n; Ltdiis' Advisory DtpL, CtiattatHjota Medietas Co., ChstUntois, Tent. ........ - ,w ."-- .I. ''"-- " !? Car d u i f -.. ".--. The WomaiisTonic I "WE USE" Cws DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE mmmamm T TOWS mmmjmmm H And don't UMvJTiTHslt viwrTilfiKfe?2''"'i -f liave to grease iJ WtW but once a week. Made in Louisville by CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO. said county on ingston, W. H. Hnvs, Mainliff. the lull opposite vlnt is knriwii as VS Commissioner's Sale. the Dillon Hotel, and on t ie south W. J . Howiunn Defendant. side ol Smith's Creek and bet wee By viitue of n judgment nn order the lots of .Mrs. Milrv Pettit. on ol sale of the Rockcastle Circuit the west and losenh CofTev on the court rendered ut the April 'erin east, Hiid Dounded as follows: 1911, ilitrtol, I shall proceed to Hecinnintrat a Make m the offer for .side nl the f01 door of south Mde ol S.nitirs Cieek or t e '""oiirt Hoie Ml. Veto. ii.tt.!fy running around the lull. In- Rockcastle Cottulv, Cy, to fe'i.ig .1 cornel ltwre . Joseph h v be mid Ikm bidder at rmbii 3oiTey mid T. D. Nunlin's loi; imi .hhhiiii , me 20111. m Ilieuce mniiiiig 50 feet with riotith imeuon ol June lyi 1, buuteti the limit. Mile ut smd Mrce 10 .1 stake, corner if y:do o'clock A. M, and 4:00 1. between T. 1), Mtdlins and Milev I. ben g lejiiilnr Count v Conn l'eltit, and joining 'he linds of Ij.V on a mdit of mx nuu'iili-- , tl.e lis Margaret S.unbrook; theucu .illowiry iltstiilii'd it n! rmniiiig 32 feet with the sai t licn'ed in RctkcriMle Coimiy Margaret Saiutirook'.s line ueaily trust in a'sjnke eiirit--r relwtfii'l'. N.niu k , n two uncis lot 1' te lllr WhUls ii Cri iked D. Mullins and (,' Key's Creek, tun liouiidert r.s follow: lot.s iheuce inuuiug doivn tie hill I'tnU No. 1. Hc'iiiiilin on a wiih CoffevV line 'neatly iiorih ' I 03k iii'd ilit;u d llisnte up - o fccltr'lhe beginiiii'g coiner cast co in So to a pue; the uce Miiith- III SOUtll Mill" of' MlKr-- l lllllliltlg while oak; ilieuce tn'tow hi: house,, ijiis lot being 01 euM collide 10 so iili i'i.iiim; In V 11. CHTittV 'iual wiill'i 50 lei-- t Ironi, 2':o - mid with hU 'me In a rhestiiiii ebt deep and 3 Icei 111 I he back pointer at the cliff; thence running ue. v ,i.c olitl li.ak In n lilj; tool.; For the purchase prlee the ei ce with a cto.ss fencr noril purchaser must execute bond wiih! ut to a plum tret; thence will suret, beurini interest ue north ehSt to the lifgiuuing. rom da v of sale .until paid, and intuit) 40 iicreSj mure Or less uvinR tlie force and iflVtt ot a Trncl No. 2. Hounded 011 tin judgement. H lifers inti't be tonli hy the lands of .1. V. Chns to comph wiih these terms. teen, on the east lv the lauds f G. S; GRIFFIN. , V.J. liowmau, 011 the south 1) Master Rockcastle lie lauds ol AV. M. Alcorn and on Cucuit Coutt. he west lv the lands' of '.V II The woman of today who has dale containing d.i acres, nini'e Sale good health, good temper, good less. ssnse, bright ejes and a lovely A sale only of the two third ROCKCASTMv CIRCUIT COURT complexion, the result of correct i lurest of tho deleudant is ordii-eo- " l.lizatieth lvvans ct nl jt'laintif s living and good digestion, wius the i tract number 2, s, Coimiiiw.lmicr''Hnlo. admiration ot tho world. If your For the purchase price tic Itotijaiuiii Chili erseal . . , Defeixlar. digestion is faulty Chamberlain's' Hy vi tuc of a jiidKcim nt and r.kr of Stomach and Liver Tablets will execute liond wit sale of the Kockcattc Circuit court correct it. For sale by Cha? C. approved surety, leaiipg iuteieM at the April tcriu 1911, thereof, I Davis. from of .'ale until paid and shall to jflr for sale nt the front Senator W. O. Urndhy, provoked liaviiiK the tl.e lout and tffect rf il Kir of the court house, in Mt. Vernon, many letters from Kt ucky a judgment. Ik Roekcnstle county, Ky., to the highest by Bidders must best ImlUcr tit public auction on a king him to decla'rn himself for pi'tpand to comj.ly with these mill...1.. .1... ..1. !ln (.... MClWlTVIl ....l.ll.a- lUU 4UU1. ...I Jltllbllfll, !........ certaiu candidates for Governor, G. S Gkihi'in erms. of 0 o'clock a. mid 4 o'clock reiterated his position llic liourh ol neutrality IaMer Comniih.sioner, Rockcastle i 111. lioiiig a regular county court a statement issued Monday in 'ircuit Conrl. ilay oil a crtdit of six tuoiitlis tin- following dcwrilK'd icu) estate locntcd in night. Sale Kockcastlu county Ky. on the waters The campaign agajnst St tie wide of Jtriifh Ctcck In biuldiiK Vallty ami prohibition in Texas was cpened Upumltil as follow: with a rally at Firt Worth The ROCRCASTLK CIRCUIT llcgiuiiii; at a Milplmr spring tho"1. Selection vill beTield July 22. wventyTive vants 'luirly Vest oAhe old" 1 court. IJv Ky., in 1 111 , I 1 1 11 11 oh.-p- 1 - 11 I 1 11 as-ui- I pre-p.irt- d 1 Cntnuiii-Mouer- No ce is hereby given that nn i election .vill be held the school h'oii'e of tlte Mt Vernon Graded! n x wwAv t .ii. 'jo oi oliioui t:....:. J.11J. j, juut 4111, ry 191 1, between the hours of one,, and six o'clock P. M. for the $ P"Pse of taking the sense of the : legal voters ol the said Graded Common school District upon the ' wneiner or not the trUh,,tes ll)ert'01 sl,a'l Ksue and s'11 ,,()ndK ,,f V"d Grttdtfd Com- mm selionl Uistiict lor Hie pur- pi of jnving the indebtedness CATALOG juutrred "V sold district in the purclnstf of the sa'd school building and grounds and to make necessar ' Kotlulr means progressive pleasure; tho pleasure of tah additions mid repairs o said build inj.' tho pictuius, pi .is tin ,'ivattr pleasure of possessing )ns in oider that the school nm 'J tliHiu. fully accommodate. 41II the pupils, The (iiniiuiii of l0'.d- - to be list eci tiui to exceed iht couitittiiiinial bunt of 6o 11.00 to be paid in LKADING DRUGGIST, be.iriug interest it 5 V teiny percent per .iiiruiu:, piyible MT. VERNON, KY. Plinno H9 fit' fifteen cents A lev Aoc-DOnfx.von each $ioi.oo worth of prop erty in said district to be nude for the purpose of pa)ing the interest on said bonds and to ereile a lund to piy them at maturity. MlnminmimninHiinnHns&iHnnmnnimimnmnjwniK The levy toj't in' d- - on the of 1911 and payment uf tuXeh to begin in 1012. W. J. Sp'arks, President, lloard ol Trustees I) H. Southard, Trustee. - C. C. Uavis U G. Baker . 'A;. t'. Lovell vrvTD INVITES KODAK r"--sl- " $2.00 to ASK FOR $65.00 - . 1 CHAS- C. DAVIS, , ; s '. y. fmxnr v I Stop , and Think; 1 1 Commissioner's Do yott know a single successful business "man who does not do business through a bank? 1 is tin, only road to .success; so join the procession to tho Peoples Bank. It urchai-ejnus- t 1 il dj proi-ei- d Bunks lirii'o been the making of more Ydu may be loo business men than colleges you are the right age old for college days, but c to start it bank account with us. 11 1 XT l. Why not begin today. - . I 111 Very truly yours,- . . a -- y' ; N - -- - Commissioner's S. , PEOPLES BANK;-- - PIIONJi 46. V. Robinsand liliZ'ibeth PlaintifT Coni'iiissi'iiiet's Sale gugtfy.sgsirasysiss's ss rgasstfi.'sSi I'ssrrarsrflSi ("(? i Margaret ol.ins VS is hi LJNDEKTAKK Our line of Couch Caskets is uiiexcclhhl. ') Coninsfuniialnul Ilenrse sent to nil parts of tho County. Ilnud-mnrlo X Cromer Ueleiidant viiiii' of a judgment aid irder of sale of the Rockcastle Jircmt Conn rendered at th Jan uirv term. 1S1 1. thereof, I shall prt.cetd to oflir for sale at tie fi in t door of he Court Houfc Mt Vernon, cotiiMv Kennick to the highest bidder at M 1 .ruit 11 lc r. Ta - V !ry ' )t dav of June. i9n, bet n etn ' All tie hmirs of 9:0) A M. ind 4: o i: P. M., being regular County Court III Ia on a credit ol Six tin riths tl e PhH 110 '.I IS MT. VJ5RN0N, KY. iliowing described realestnto lo- - rc cited in Rockcastle Coiintv. ucky, on the Waters of tile east mmnimniHumnHnnnmnmnnimmimg , irk ol Skegg's only one seventh (17) interest ownet V the Ueleiidant will be solr, PRACTICAL lid land js described as follows Kegiuning nt a spotted oak o UNDERTAKERS. V.C iviint is called the ojii Hue of FUNERAL DIRECTORS, 2 nd survey (Woo til Survcv ); AND S3 hence 5 9 V 43 poh'S to n popla K3iIIAI.ail.RS at B; thence S 66 W 93 pole Mr. and Mrs. K R Gen try ate Mt. Vernon, Ky. s crossing the ridge to a white oal visitiiiR here this week. T. ,l it D; thence N 14 W 50 poles jrilTiu, Alf GrtlTiii and Hug! to a stake; thence N 64 R 51 Cre.s.s are visiting their grandfather 3 r VIA! .4. poles to a stak$; thence N ;o E 54 Uncle NeUe Griffin. Mi&s Ksbie Mt Vernon, Ky. Licened Embaltner will have charge of that line of 3 poles to a stnke; thence S 63 W 78 Pike aud grandmother, of Living ... E". work for tho company. 3 poles to the beginning containing aton are visiting Mrs. Sallie Owens. Homo nnd ofllc'o In tho Into rcsldeneo r 5o acres more or less. Hearse sent to all points'. Orders by wire promptly tilled. P. Y. Hunt, .of Lebanon JcL. Dr. Myera formerly occupied on Old Mt. Vernon. By rcpuost, For the purchase price the pttr- - was with homefolks Tuesday, Mr. Main St., Manager cuaser must execute oonn witu ap- and Mrs. Joe McKenzie spent last tho unfinished work contracted by Dr. Myor-will bo completed by Dr. Franproved surety bearing interest from Sunday with home fo'ks at Mt. cis without extra charge. Ho la Offico Mt, Vernon Monumental Building PHONE 112 3 day of sale until paid, and having Vernon. 10 do an) thing In tho dontal lino iiiiuuiiiiiaiuiUiUiiuiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiaaiiiumiaiimma the force and effect of a judgment. Lena McCall is with herv sister, Ci own and Uridgo work a epeolaltj . Bidders must be prepared to com- Mrs. Alice Albright, at Lebanon. All work guaranteed. Will bo In Brodhead every Tuesply with these terms. Ottie Reynolds spent Tuesday day and Livingston ovorj Wcdneaday G. S. GRIFFIN. Miss Rildie with his sisters here. Master Comuissioner, Rockcastle Chandler is ou the sick list. Miss Circuit Court. Mary Owens), of Mt, Vernon is with her grandmother, Mrs. M. Sale Hart. Mrs. juaun uiiestnut is LI Tff li T r te This bank Is a homo Institution, Our loans aro made right hero afc 1 improving. Sam and Doolie RobROCKCASTLR CIRCUIT .Khomo to our good farmors and business men. It is a homo Institution Saturday and Sunday erts spent Wo will pay you good Interest on your idlo JJTi for our home pcoplo. COURT. UU funds. Mnko a denoslt and thon pay your bills with your personal with homefolks. Givens Carson wants his money When a fire occurs the assured naturally DENTIST r. W. Baker Plaintiff spent from Wednesday till Situr ml elmck. It Is very aimp'.o, con vonlont and safe. Call and wo gladly ex- Willi twelve jours in the business our MT. VERNON, KY. as soon as possibleof a checking aecount. You will always Ml VS ComniMfjners Sale. T plain tho many ElmerHouk at record shows that every loss sustained by our agency lias C. M. Griffin '' Defendant day with Griffin and son,Corbiu. Office at residence on Main St. 2 havo a reeolnt which cannot bo disputed. Tho endorsed check, which . Rex. Kdar Crown and Bridge Work a W'hvlll bo returned to you Is Inoontestlblo proof of tho payment ol inn bin By vijtue. of a judgment and been adjusted and paid iu less than 2o'days. Work guaranteed. who have been visiting here, re- Specialty. monoy Is safo deposited in this hank to your credit, if jou ear- - ; order of- - a!e of- the. Rockcaslle fYonr In your pocket or loavo It at home it may bo lost or Btolcn. MJT AVe write farm buildings on installments,' or cash plan. turned lo their home at Corbiu, Circuit Court rendered ot the 1HJ Tuesday. j- Como In and lot us talk these matters over with you. If you haw a good house, you want it insured, drop us a Apr'1 Mm ot 1, thereof, I shall ATTORNEY-AT-LApostal and tve will call at once to spo you. for sale at the put cf d to ofT-Whooping cough is not dangerMT. VERNON. KY. S (INCORPOUATKD.) rrmit dcor of the Court House in ous when the cough is kept loose ' iflrOFFICE. On ard. floor o County and ejfpectovattotiveasy by giving Vcmhiii, Rsckcasile Ml ' MT. VERNON, KENTUCKY. Mt. Vernon .on Church ss: remedy." keutiek. to the highest and' best Bhamberlnin's Cough epidemics It The Bank of J attention given of street. Specia blddi' 7' public auction on Monday has been used in many . this disease with perfect success to collections. the 261'u dav of s June 1911, Phone No. 8o. the hours of 9:00 A. M. For sale by Cbas. C. Davis. piblic auctuiii on Monday, All orders by Wire Promptly Filled. tie : 2 ith 1 W. A. COX, 1 K-n- - Cn-ek- FARMERS AGAINST INSURE YOUR HOMES FIRE LIGHTNING AND WIND WITH I WlckllffV line, j'uiii and There is on medicine that eveiv tind curwood ix)i.Ucrf; thence S 46J amil sluinld be. prov ided with and jioUjs tonulihe oak on a small the summer ;uiiit ur- -. r the IuvmI of drean souilicnst of especially during iloulr.e poplar; llicnee N 43J5 54 f mouths; vi7, Chatnherliin's Colic, jo'is to i ilicstuut oal 011a hillside j corner to tie Willi 1111 roy liter 80 oc e Cholera and Dhrrhoda Remedy. trade, ulso a corner to Susie K Gilinore' It is almost certain to be needed. I.iikI; tlKine with I'ouiter s hue N 13 Can v u I' costs but a u'urlrr 51 xlei ton hileouk pussiiiK a vlilie -- fTord For ale in be uitluiit ? o ik and hickory nii;eil us oiiiters to n giim 111 J'uy liter's laic? tliiuee a new line bv I'bis C. Pivis. u So poles 10 a lurked maple t iCine r "9 H lo'J Jioles to two chest-uaCourt and Lotlgo Dlrootory on the vc.st side of ,the rCiucaid roid 11 l.irge pine on the eust side of tii.l comas r 1(1 liuiiKtil its a Doltitei: theure with Circuit Court, Ist.Moiuliy in .Tunuiiry, (4 the meinders of sjld ',rtS.wl S 33 V 25 ttli Mnmliiy Jn April (two wiekn), iv.ls to hiuck oak' Dointers 011 the west s de of ai'il ro.ul: tlcnce AlVt I? 18 poll's aril Moij.ljy In Anoint (tlirct. uivlu. theueeS 11 W j6 pokf ; S 43 R MumUy Quarterly Court, eucli 3J poles toa stake tS on the. east ilc oj' moot It. t aid road wit : pine winters;' tl.euce the County Court, 4th Monday In cirh month. iividiiii' line wiJ.-rJess. j Childress aid the Meece, line N 8. w 13 poles) Ml, Vernon Police Court, 3rd .Mnmluy In ,i tssitu,' a tew ISajw ivc the, ol.i dwell- -' e.,ci, 1111(111 h. ii.;,' 10 uie ijejnimgigi. coiimiuuij; ig I n "fc. iiini-i- . rtr l..ca-Jr- p ...W.fc v. r.onons I'or the nurilias. priie the nir. h AM1I1111I tiodgeNo. Olo, P. & A. M in must execute bond with upprouM Mirety 011 tliei'nd niul till Monday in eachino itli nt I einng interest from day of sale tuit'.l 7:30 . tl, Miii', and lmiug the force &11 effci t of Mt Vernon Roynl Arch Chapter meets at iijiul incut, llidders must lie pretnred 2 p. in. nn the 1st Monday In each month. to comply with these. terine. I.audriuu Council N'n. C9, meets 3rd Mon O..S l.KII'I'IN day In each montli at 7:30 p. in. .Master Com K. C. C, Franklin Ohipter, Order Eastern Star, metis 2nd and Jlli Thursday's at 7:30 ', iu. Mt Vernon Lodje No. 319, I. O. O. F. MAKRTnURG. nn eth every Saturday evening at 7 o'clock. ma-,)I- tf 6 1 sUkein llie suumuuuuumuuiiuuuiiu K itutuuiuuuuuuuiuiuiu K A yc$xlfrc$ 'Daxjyc.&y ' J.P. E.DRUMMOND, LIVINGSTON, KY. Newspaper and Magazine Subscription y t ..b4 -- ti Agency. ' Mic-jic- 111 Magazines at Reduced Rates'. J 3 3 2 n z$Ddlym&r &yd&yKp&. avi. immiuii ujxunux uu. 1 . stiimnm 1 W. T. FRANCIS, I mHjgg- jferv ' Dentist. - t B COUCH METALIC CASKETS Coffins and .Robes. 2 3 1 2 GEORGE OWENJS, pro-pare- d THE HOME OF NE YORK & - THE STRONGEST BEST Commissioner's k- - ITT gn!ffimnnm A Horn Institution wni-innimy 4g 111'! R. W. DYCHE - C.C. Williams, - 1 T THE BANK OF MT. VERNON, : 3 o; E. S. ALBRIGHT, Agent, Mt. Vernon, Ky. SssMiUiutuurnuisii-suiiuiujjt5- i,! t f--r.v