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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r Published Every Friday I VOLUME XIV MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY JUNE 23 1911 NUMBER 39 IAIV1N1w41TO 4 Mrs O A Frith of Brodhsad is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs A Pennington Miss Louise Jess 01 of Corbin is visiting Miss Alice Ward Mr O D Bryant was takcrny sick Saturday and re turned to his hors at Mt Vernon- J W Baker of Mt Vernon was hereMondiy Mrs W M French who has been very sick is some better Mrs K J Lemonds is visiting relatives at Paris TesnnrDr R G Webb andR A Whitehead bas turned from a trip to eastern Ky wJP Buiriettt a trayelirig sales iian of Somerset was In our mid lone day last weekMrs S E fI nard has been very sick the paslweet but is some better now George Pope continues about the same About two weeks ago Bryant King found a swarm of beet m a tree about a mile from rhis bOthe so he seta part a day to tall in his his neighbors and friends and go cut the tree and have a fe sto on last Sunday he called all his friends and neighbor lQgether and made preparation fort e grand least that they were going to have King got a too pound bee gum across cut saw an axmd gathered up all the tin ware heg couldget and the crowd started torch the prize and after ascend ing the mountain to the summit be old thel bird had flown the monarch ofXthe forest that had held its eafy lowers sky ward Jay prone upon the earth and the weete t of all sweets Had departed Bryant says he has quit bee hunting As we are a week behind with the neWa as we fajled to get in a letr last week being in Louis ville at the time we have missed several items of interest as there has been a great change wrought in tour little town and afi we have been accused of being t f r g enc Qtrl CJj hi1t fif r 8 0 v j h yo r oant Ieflt jnuul+ too ready to use our pencil we will omitthe past and deal with the future Of course we would be glad were it so to grasp the wand of an angel and dipitiiu the hues of the rainbow and print the name Livingston on Jlea yesoF g1thatlots of our ineannes but the good book says An open icon fession is good for the sjoul Livingston is not the meanest place on earth for there aje lots and lots of as fine people in Livingston as ever lived It is our roughs and toughs that give us our hard name Judge S nbrook has 9ompl ed a iecef concrete sidewalk fronting the Presbyterian church and the James Walton property which finishes the walks in the Upper partof town L H Davis his moved into the Cockerell property tend E L Cockerell has moved Into the property purchased of rpavisThe hply roll ers as they are called being un able to get a church house to preach in in Livingston W M Hicks came to their rescue and let them have the use qf his barn So on Monday night they held forth in that building We have never been permitted to hear them unravel tho Scriptures but we do have this to say so long as they preach the Bible all right but we dont readof holy rollers many years prior to the- presentMrs Lula Masden is- visiting in Jeffersonville Ind liVilliam Westerfield is in Camp bellsville where he will spend the summer Roy Fenwick has moved his family into the house vacated by Mr E L Cockerell Master Hugh Clarke of Nash ville Tenu is visiting his aunt Mrs J P E Drummond Miss Carrie Ponder spent from Saturday until Monday with Miss a Alice Ward in the country Ora Frithof Brodhead was herewith relatives SundayA Penn jington was here from Mtr Vernon Sunday 1Mrs JvEa E Drummond and little nephew JnXPenniogton enter tftir edani1ru ber of her little friends oil last Friday with a supper in the woods The crowd was chape roned by Miss Florence Penning ton and Miss Ella MaeBlanford J H Browning who has been very sick for the past few days called Drs Webb arid Givens TuesdayMiss Mae Miller of Mt Vernon is visiting Miss Harvie Rider this weekR M Proctor of Mt Vernon is working tt the freight house for a few days until 0 D Bryant gets able to come backMiss Rosa Pike of Brodhead was the guest of her cousin Miss Essie Pike last week Miss Ella Magruder has returned to her home at Lebanon Junction after spending several days with her brother Roy Ma gruderDr R G Webb visited his father at Burning Springs last weekMiss Louise Jesson of Corbin has been the guest hof Miss Alice Ward Miss LeUa Mae Lovell and little Miss Chris tine Davis were here between trains Friday Mrs Orndorff has returned from a visit to her daughters at Harrodsburg Judge Penuingtoh of London Was in town Monday irs L H Davis and Miss Anna Walton have jbeen attending a house party at the Ohome of Mr and Mrs W K fisher at Wallaceton Miss Anna Walton entertained a number of her friends at her country home Klonrlyke Wednesday evening Those present wre Misses Ethel Hayes Ilosa Pike Alice Ward Nettie Rice L jl t Carrie Ponder Carrie Farley Mae Blanfdrd F ore nce and Flora Penningtoh Mrs Mary Joe Childress W Hi Krueger and George Sambrook Mrs Hagan Chaperoned Delightful refreshments were served and our tt wb NTpnday The Livingston Lumber Co have saw 4D9t their logs and are now running the laner the sand quarry at Withers He has been appeinted livestock in pector for Rockcastle county and as he attended 3ns first school under the tutorship of the writer we are glad to see him as seed ticks in the Bik Glades and if all reports are feue we are going to have one of the dad gastedest elections thisyouaever read about We Dews are not working much We gave them fore taste last fall and next Njvember they will quiet down and give it up like man There is one medicine that every family should be provided with and especially during the summer months yiz Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy It is almost certain to be needed It costs but a quarter Can you afford to be without it For sale by Chas C Davis TAKEN UrA black bore weight about 200 pounds came to my plaCe about ten days ago owner can have same by paying all images BINGRAM SHEPHERD June 17 3t Cove 3col house PCCP MADAMEII Skid Sale for One Week Only H ERE is just what you hayebeen waiting for The S asonsastStyles and Colors in QUEEN SKIRTS to be sold at half their value Panamas Veils Serges Etc 750 Skirt Sale Price One Week 569 6 50s st If H H 4 98 600 tt lS f fS fl vf459t 5s0 y jstr1t fl sar 393l II H 500U 3 50 350 u 7 sf v ll f Sl 275 See For Yourself These Are Great Values A SKIN OF QUALITY i j i i At the same moment you step into a WALKOVER store tQvBuy apair of shots thousands pfotherpeople in all parts of the worldare j doing the samething TEat 3s because the WA 6KQfER man is theisighgf Quality and Satisfaction everywhere fJ W ii Goo lla1ity low Prices llJTrONf McDEE l ne MagruderI WalterI anidays1ago fronttfandidatesphotographs a d xIi t1j J71It tI1 rr Established i 3 e To The People of Rockcastle Lalluel ounties t 1 ItCLOSING OUT TO QUIT BUSINESS My entire stock of Dry Goods Notions Shoes Hats Gro cceries Hardware Stoves and Ranges Furniture and Wagons Everything New and Uptoda- teII going to sell the above good at Manufacturers costI 4Comeyours truly f LH DAVIS Iff j LIVINGSTON KY iDJC OOC x BKOUHEAD Mr and Mrs Russell Thompson and daughter Hazel of Louisville visited Mrs L B Cable last week Mrs Mollie Durham is visiting her son F L Durham of Mt Vernon Misses Miranda Tate and Lena Albright have returned after a two weeks visit to relatives in Richmond and BereaMaster Louis IJunt is visiting in Marets burg Shirley Tate was down from Mt Vernon Sunday calling Mrs Dessie Rigsbv isJ visiting her bn ther John RobinsMrs John Robins has been real sick Miss Clyde Watson has returned from Mt Vernon where she has been attending school Miss John Eva Hilton has re turned to her home in Stanford after visiting Miss Frances Forbes at Mt Vernon and her aunt Mrs Susie Cherry at this placeEdgar Dunn Newland is visiting his grandmother Mrs Belle Hender son of Lowell Mrs Mary Al bright was in Mt Vernon Tuesday Miss Elizabeth Storms left Wed nesday for Corbin where she will visit relatives and friendsLittle Miss Nina Albright is real sick Mrs Judith Chestnut is visiting her daughter Mrs Herrin of Crab Orchard J H Jarretts sale was well attended and everything sold at a good price Allen Bprnett is expected home Sunday from Concord New Hamp shire where he has been teaching schoolMrsR S Martin and daughter Isabelle are visiting her son Virgil in the country this weekJim Barnett has returned home from Georgetown where he has been attending schoolMissC- lyde Wilmott continues very sick with typhoid feverRer Duke preached at the Baptist church several MrsVMaude Sproule and children of Paris are visiting relatives here Mrs Dave Thompson and son Eimer have returned to their home in Paris after visiting relatives here Miss Ida May Adams was down from Mt Vernon Wednesday Thomas Evanswas at home from Lebanon Junction last week Owen Cass Gov Frith John Benton and several other boys made a flying trip to Maretsburg SundayMrs A J Pike has been visiting relatives injCdrbin John Pike was at home Wednesday from Lebanon JunctionLittle- Miss Inez Miller is ill with typhoid leverMiss Fannie Collier and Wade Leece drove up from Crab Orchard Sunday Wade Durham is very ill with fever Measles are till raging in townDr and jfrfS VE Gravely and children Spoil the day with Mr and Mrs Toe Smith near Hiatt Wednesday Whooping cough is n danger Otis when the cough is kept loose andexpectoratfoneasy by giving Bhamberlams Cough remedy It has been used in many epidemics of this disease vyith perfect success For Dtvisda II T cc3 ccpcc ALLOUTDOORS INVITES YOUR I KODAK r J 200 44O 6500 4CATALOG IKodak means pleasure the pleasure of tak ing the pictures plus the greater pleasure of them g- OHAS C DAVIS 0 W LEADING Phone 39 MT KY C 3C 3 3 83 3383 863 OQ TAXATION AND ITS RELA TION TO CITY MENTGOVERNI We assume that readers of the SIGNAL and especially citizens of Mt Vernon are interested in the welfare of their respective Ipcali tivesInterested in the advancement of the cause of education in the condition of school houses and church houses This being true may we askI How much are youare we inter ested H ow much are we willing to sacrifice for these results Did 1 say sacrifice Y esand I mean by that are we willing to give up some ofour personal property in any form or spine personal privilege or benefit for the good of others Are we willing to forego some of our personal pleasures and give up some of our money for the general welfareof our town county orstate If so to that extent we become public benefactors To the extent that we are willing to consider the welfare the needs of others 11d contribute in Cold Cash orUHatd Cash or any other effective way to the ad vancemect of the things t enumer ated we show our our of the welfare of others and thus become patriotic loval public spirited men and wo men a blessing to the racemake the world better and life many more times worth living Men or women who have been prosperous in business in this or any other town whether as mer chants doctors lawers teachers or any other profession or calling owe much if not all to the community in which they live It is the money earned by hard labor from your j country friends that has built you up TfeehpitripniRe extended to l Il iir 1887 ASK FOR il progressive possessing DRUGGIST VERNON unselfishness appreciation you by them has given you wealth and prestige The non profession al citizen of the town to whom you sell or for whom you perform professional services have added their patronage to build you up- You owe it to them to sacrifice something in building roads school houses or in any public improve mint needed to compensate in some degree those whose united efforts have made you what yott are If it were not for our intense selfishness our love for the allmigbty dollar which being held between us and our hope of mmmort- ality and future happiness well nigh over shadows every thing worth living for here or hereafter I say were it not for this over shadowing influence there should be no occasion for the town haying as it seems to have now a double barreled town boardor a government by x junction AW proper sense ofo r social relations with a kinder regard for our neighbors needs and views would entirely obliterate the strife and unkind feeling engendered by the splitting of hairs in the interpret ation of law These lines are written with the kindest of feelings toward everyone involved in the stay of execution of the town ordinances of Mt Vernon I repeat em phatically that an exercise of the higher motives of good citizenship that should prevail in this com munity would entirely obviate the necessity of a protracted municipal strife winch will in the and result in loss to the town and all the people living in it When our itihinderingdestinctive as well as many other communities t For the cause of good govern ment I am very respectfully IW Vi+ MT VERNON SIGNAL FRIDAY June 23 i9U- Fublishd every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT r i SUBSCRIPTION ONK YEAR Ioo A Ivertising rates made knoWn on abblicationI MEMBER OF xKFNTUCRX PRESS ASSOCIATION FACTS FOR KENTUCKYS PEOPLE THE pamphlet prepared and Jpub1isbed by Mr William A Rob inson on the subject of taxation comes at an opportune time The great majority of the members of the next Genera Assembly are still to be nominated There re mains a period of something more than four months in which every candidate can and should be made to declare just what he proposes to do if elected to remedy certain conditions watch Kentucky and the rest of the world for that 4u matter know to exist In but one State and one Territory is the native white born population more illiterate than that of Kentucky Eightynine Ken tuckys 119 counties are pauper In sixtyfive of them there is no good ro ad and no tax imposed for road maintainance The last census as stated in Mr Robinsons pamphlet shows that between 1900 and 1910 Vermont Njgw Hampshire and Iowa were l the only States in which there was smaller increase of population ia in Kentucky It shows further that the number of Ken tuckians who have gone outside the State in search of opportunities r denied them at home is almost o e thhd of the total lett at home The number of men employed in Kentuckys manufactures is 66000 iu Indiana it is 154000 in Georgia 94000 In Maryland 92 ooo in Virginia 80000 L 01tbaDthird in the manufacture of tobacco Coal underlies one third the tutat area of Kentucky The State ofj Illinois mines five times as much coal as Kentucky The number of savings bank de positors in Virginia Georgia and Tennessee is t wiee as large in Louisiana it is three times as large is in KentJCky With the exception ol Washing ton Kentuckys average of 867 miles of railroad to the too square miles of territory is the lowest o all the States- Kentuckys banking capital ir less than halt of that of the city of Pittsburg Under Kentuckys present system less than five per cent of personalty is returned for taxation In Louisville the tax on savings bank deposits yielding 30 en te 1000 is 26 60 m Paducah it is1 31 In Kentucky farm lands pay forty per cent of the revenue and both lands and farm mortgages are xedIThese are known conditions The next General Assembly can eitbet remedy them or continue them It it is to be a repetition Assemblies more uIconcerneddjing the will of the third house thin in the good of the State it will continue them If it is not to be a repetition of past General Assemblies the people must upon themselves the burden hereI tofore obligingly carried for them by the lobby and the politicians a id do their own selecting and electing Mr Robinson is to be thanked for adding so materially to the number ot reasons why the people of Kentucky in the comnig cam paign should think and act with the single purpose of serving the State Louisville Times MAKE THEM SAFE AND SANE A considerable number of Ken tuck Y cities and towns are making preliminary arrangements for Fourth of July celebrations It is to be hoped they are also exercising the needful precaution toward making them safe and sane The Fourth ol July is a good day to celebrate There cannot be too many celebrations of the kind Mens Lowcuts Tan button 400 Values atS2aSPat leather 400c ce 2SeGun metal 400 u 2- un sa metal 350cc ar 69- i Xunmetal 225 159- Pat 1ea tu95io Yt c239r J Boys Lowcuts Gun metal lace 2 50 Values at 198 Pat leather butn 275 H 198 I provided the dangerous few rkS ate cut out and Young Auu rica cctt be induced to confine his piitinies 10 Mien diversions as dj nut J IIpttlll te aid limb There is no reason whyji the occasion should havec nietoib an annual sI ughttrItI the lev t7listof Veid and ijiredJin papers ut the day alLI v U FTr uiue earsthere has been an reffort to reu cc lheJ o firth of July casualty tilt To roe extent it has teen sUC tlul In a large- utimMfi of localities the people have een brought tvi see the useless a td ecomwuc va ttf ijujwuig the- Iudeltud ne Dl gutnrrtn to become cheflnt tettlgr the loss of life and the destruction of property The Fourth of July death roll has been large and the fire bill has been enormous This fact is ot no credit to a civilized country If we were a nation d heathefus there might be sone excuse for it As we happen tote leading the vanguard civilization there is none- Kentuckinas are as patriotic as are the people of other sections of the country hut patriotism can be manifested in other ways thin by methods which are a a menace to human life human posessious and human happiness Every resi dent of Kentucky who wants to celebrate the glorious Fourth should enjoy that privilege but those who celebrate should follow the safe and sane plan By so doing they may save trouble for themseives and for othersCourier Journal The uniform success that has attended the use ot Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea has made it a favorite everywhere a can always be depended upon For sale by Chas C Davis MARSHAL MULLINS RESIGNS Mr Frank Mullins who has been a deputy marshal of London for several months has resigned from the police force He was im mediately sworn in as a deputy under Sheriff Scoville Mr Mull LondonI erLonfFifty thousand women marched in the coronation parade of the suffragists in London If your neighbor it prosperous let him prosper Dont growl grunt or grumble Say a good word for him and let it go at that Dotftbe a kicker Your time will comeNo one isihei whole show If you see that the town is moving along rapidly feel good about it Help things longI Shows a little push Try to get so ue uL the tie efit jour ttfI D iViiarid truund Tike aenim cadaver anu waaie3 t itrtime leellug sore because someone el hts more success and sense than you have Do il little hrsihufc Aunraelif and it you ciu say a guuu w rd for your town or people say It pike a prince IfoU are lullof bile and disposed to say something mean put a padlock on your uthand keep it there 71itExchange THINGS 1 HAT WEREAND WER NQT lii877 ByJ 1l Tanbark shipments was at average of ten cars per day Candle molds had about disap peared But few wagons continued carry ing a tarkeg t triar e dot coupling pole Tar making had almost ceased Horses hogs goats sheep mulesI and cattle run at large upon streets when not tramping up front yards or destroying gardens also scattering mnd filth and fleas about the pavements and houses It is otherwise today All or nearly all hemp or flax hackles and scutches had been put to rest A majority of the people today under the age of thirty live wouldnt know either of above articles if shown them Many older ones are in same fix Some cotton was grown in the early 6os and clothing made of itsclothThe of railroad cars run from 30000 to 40000 Today 100000 capacity cars are Some run even higher- It commonI was but a few this date that the L N changed their locomotives from wood to coal burners Manv other items of interest could be mentioned but space will not permit present article An American exhibitor won the main event in the d jys contests in the International Horse Shoe at London J Ladies Lowcuts OnVStrap Gun Metal Pumps 3 00 VA1at 219- Two Strap Gun lrf t Pumps 2 25CC i t 1 39 One Strap Gun Metal Pumps 250 cr it 189 Pat leather button velvet top 2 750 r 198 lacetc vH275fe tcc i 98 One strap pat leather pumps 3 5fc 2 M9 One strap Vici pumps 2 25 H f 391 JH One strap velvet pumps 250t 148 One strapcc T 2 75cc cI98 AS ZI I ff o1Y ljJ = 1f T T1f LAllIESs 3 pieces of New Furniture brighten up the old walls with k MM and the floors with New Rugs 1ewsPaper fC rj l I INVITE YOUR f f tocall and look through my stock from beginning to V endand see the great bargains I have for you The and most complete and the prices have ever made A Large Shipment of Bugs Car pets and Mattings Just Arrived j SBMcKENZIEI MAN 4 JTif MT VERNON KY 4 CASTOR IA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the dSignature W T FRANCIS q DentistMt Home and office in the residence Dr Myers formcrly occupied Old Main St Mt Vernon Hit Ivou fTHE i Childrens Lowcuts toJ5 1 CO Values at g9C 5to8 175 I Gae 81tr1l + i 105 111 to 2 200 129rMens Underwear 4 AY- X100 Valves at SGe Mens Odd Vests Hanging in price om1 to 2 75 goingat C i CH 7 i Ifc I 0 t r f r a nethg i FURNITURE 3tf late on 2 1 85 V 3e 36G X tGRANVILLEOWENSUNDERTAKER I grodhead Ky I 1 COMPLETE LINEi Coffins Caskets and Rob ew ytAll Mail Telegraph or Tele phone orders Promptly Filled Lc bcC 33 cib SHOES HATScJJ UNDERWEAR T Right in the midst of the sea sou we are offering you at cost and below cost our SELZ line of Oxfords for men women and chileren Also severalother articles at a way down price Following are some of the prices 3 Ladies Underwear Drawers 50c Values 0 Q Drawers 25etaWhite Uunderskirts 75cI t C White Underskirts 125 i c r r tibMens Hats 1 25 V luesat 5 1 50H a 2 50h S I MT VERNON 1f J- t i KENTUCKY i I nk i G an f r O c w sU PL1 MENT MTV N Sl6NALMt VEINOr1 KY JUNE 231 i9Hl i J 1J f c 7 t f 7 ro J 1AUIA1INGjy- r h i t t if V L i ii r M OF L L SANDERS 4 itc t if Starts Saturday June 24th and Ends Saturday July 1st t iJtQdOOwbrth of Goods to be Sacrificed in this Great Eight Days Sale f We aresofryrtOsaythe late season has left us with our shelves packed full of the best goods that money t could buy We iievert carry goods from one season to another therefore they will divided among the good people i greatfi arvestWe have gt 1 e goods the season has e Q aiglp jtB i f se a sacrifice at your p rfce Every thing goes in this sales from a paper of pins to a4v xl cX I i 7iI Ires ctWf J5 i ft d y r osdusan yards ofbest prints at 4 l2c per yard r J i 1a jinghams t c Valuesnowit yyy5c yd- h oif 19n101 ILS lt T 11tJ tsyilr lPcc t f J ft lt i 3 T17hirf white goods ydCctt 14e 12Ac10c U t 8- eLawns t GU just FAtF r Einens 125 Values now ak t 8Dct4- 50c a 3gce 25c cr II r l8c4f p15c 2c- 12c f I 1f tYc Wo0J GobqS t 100 Values iowat r s11f 73yd r 63d IIj itC50e tsf 37c 25ri is1Sci lt SilkS i rLObvYalu J now at j Scyd i GOq75ca c- r 35c 5h 1j r 24d- 25c 18c i y i rr Cotton Foulards v o 25tw fValries rlovat 7cyd 12 c15tc tt 9c i J I i 1QUnderwearf r FOR MEN LADIES AND CHILDREN ll00 Values now 74c 60e t75c a 46c 650cH5c Jqr rlciJ 24 ol 9 18e 15c1 lie 7cklOc Table Damasks 50c Values pow 3gC1Y d 40c 3lu ut1iBleach Unbleached Muslin 1 Jc4 Values now 13e yd 12Ca 8ccr 86 and 10cC Hcc r c ir 1QT 7tIosleryt t 2 frFOR iD CHILDRENj T Ladies Silk Bose125r values now 93cpr iTkt jl t jfi ltvvIiIJUMens silk halfbose 50 75c luesB9c pr v Lisle hose 35c Values now 23cc r a a4 c12cj t ij 7c ri asSpenders6- 00Pairs of SLu spenders to go in this Sale 50c Values now 34c pr rT Jj Itt Meiisilltesg Shirts i 100 Values now 76c- 75c fi 61c- u MeAtil i ts ti f Abut 300 Hats toad in this Great Sale r 350 C Values nowY 13 8 250 u t 148 150U 98c 100 39c on Jot of Straw Hats 150Values now 65c 175c tt It 29c Lot ofmenbgys Caps 50cu29cirr ic i tc25c u 15c- 2 Gents Ties enchptt tr t lr ct C ri5c i ci This lot of Ties are strictly newand upto now Mens Collars t 50doz new and clean 15c values now He lOi Values now7ev f j achest Collars 5Qii Va1uesno3v38cic ct f 15c Ladies Batse li i roO Valuest 39c 25i 16c- lbc tt 8c Embroidery and Laces 5000 yards Embroidery 30QO yards Val cleanedfcpin surprIs 7toget iur prices on this gooasw certainly will give you the greatest bargains you ever had on this line of goods Clothing hasogo f- About300 Men and Bogs Suit strictly yew and oijhtpdate tq be sold in this 8 days sale jVe are gpfng to put a price on them that will move every suitin She house We are positively going to quit the Cla thing Business They must go at aloss t0us aid a gain to you Anyone wishing t purese the clothing as a whole see us befoe the sale Our rooIDI don permit us tp handle clothing M ens16k YaluesfoliOaJ 1 00 1950 Jlh ie 8 50 J i A V 6 50 H 850 HiwUi 4 98 ru 600 U 1 398 All Suits for boys goat a sacrifice VOlprIceon now 50ett 1cc 43c Jabots iOc t Values now 34c s15et7 7yL lie lOc is t 70 Ribbons Look through our stock of Ribbons widths from Noo 150 in all the newest shades Itcertainlywill pay you to get our prices now is the time you heed allkinds of Ribbon Shoes and Oxfords Our immense stock will be thrown in this great sle Get a pair at your own price Mens and 6 shoes and oxfords now 3 68 400 Values now 2 98 3r50t f + 2 79 300 250 4c 1914- 200 168 Ladies 350 Maiuesnpw v 2 79 300 w 2 48 250 it 1 98 225 v tc 68 it 200 i J 150t 19 One lot of Ladies Shoes and Oxfords odd sizes 48c and 98c a pair vrv 3 I Jewelry and Silverware Dont fail to take a look satf cur Jewelry and Silverwares26 piece S Rogers Silver ware 1000 Valuesnow v 6 95t Knives and Forks 500 valuesnow 3 89 Spoons 2 SO j t r 9 89 1 50tt ifl24 Butter Knives Inc V I8c Sugar Shells 75c c48cLadies Gents Watches I5 00values 1150 f V lOiOO 698- tc uc 500 398- t 250J 98 Bracelets 700 Values now 5 98 6JO tt 498 ii 500U 87lJ U 400 ivf 298 300tt 1 98 Rings allreduced in this sale r f t + L k r I Jewelry c Continued ni Watch lobs and Locket Chains 4 off Lockets 5X0 Values now H48 400 H 2 98 350u H 279 tt 200 ii 148 Gold Handle Umbrellas 650 values 548 500 3 98vSash Pins Jabot pins and Collar Pins aUoff These goods are all firstclass goods on and Plow Gears aNowknow iyou are buying at a real bargain Wagon Breeching 750 Values now 50 Trace chains 50 y and 60clv aljie noW r fc Horse Collars Y Leather Horse Collars Wool faded 25l Values now 1 98 221iIu 1 79 200 15S t50 H r 1 19 Collar Pads 35c values now 20c Buggy Whips ioff I rUJ Wares Queens Glassware Tinware and A big line of these goods to go off Dpn t miss this chance Mattingsafl4R9g v c A One lot of short enghts of at your Linn price v Brussels Drugg et9x12 18 value now 12 98 Rugs 200 Values now 143 i J 119 3rc 1 rx Produce We want to Buy 10000 dozen eggs f Vi Ieo 3X01bsfryingchickensrU t u 2000 pounds of liens u Ccu uttert th p IjOOO pbifnds t4 1000 youndsql side meati t j S This sale BfeginswBafurday 24tK rain or shine There Is nothing put back everything in the house to be jsoldln this stele Come end take timeto look through the entire stock it will pay you All mail orders r filled 4 rein Ptl Nogobds laid aside in this sale r Come one and all Bargains for everybody f i V v Yours for Tmder3 Pfaf 1 1rt i Enamelware Hattiug 1ISl CRAB ORCHARD KY I a j f t ofEarksdaleBARiS AlE HAMLETT EDUCATOR CANDIDATE FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION iii Democratic Party Will Demand as Its Candidate a Man Who Is a Prac tical and Experienced Educator The first law of a democracy is the e i n of trilHL1tionment 1 There can appear no virtue in the cry ofi Square Deal so long as there exists a monopoly of intelli gence in a state where society is composed of individuals equally en- dow d by nature yet to the great masses of whom all the light ot mi man achievement and the social her 1 itage of truth are deanvl Through permanently organized campaign for educational improve ment readjusted ideals must oe con verted into practical realities Thus will the latent energies of society be set tree and opportunity will indeed knock at the door of every home in Kentucky His Platform I stand specifically for A school free and accessible to every child in every ruraldistrict jn Kentucky BARKSDALE HAMLETT The improvement sanitation and equipment of our rural schools in accordance with the best modern standards Minimum seven months terms in every district A rational arid elective cornpul Eory attendance Practical course of study agricultural arid the domestic and mechan icalarts and sciences Good roads find consolidation where practical Teachers of scholarship character and personality v County high schools accessibly lo cated in every county Improved facilities for the county superintendents oRice Liberal enlargement and mainte nance of our normal schools and state university as component parts of our public school system Readjustment of our system of finance to effect larger results on a more economic basis Personallcadcrship in the field on the part of the state superintendent Success Comes Only at End of Effort The subject of this sketch is a man of strong individuality keen mentality and a broad humanita rian spirit whose interest in his fel low men is sincere while his work is always actuated by a desire to advance the cause of education He worked in the tobacco patch for the means with which to educate himself and succeeded to the extent that he was graduated from the HamdenSidney College of Virginia with the Orators medal of his class at the age of nineteen From E Polk John publicationEndorsed by Educators and Press ntuckyEduca1io1l111 jive original incorporators and ap to the present time a member of it board of directors An expresident of the Fourth Congressional District exrstate board exam f 4 t IjII ort 1 iner Begariliip career as Teacher in Lynnland Academy Hardin county taught in the rural district and nor mal schools Lame county principal of the graded schools of Corydou and principal of the HeniUr on high school from which he came to the superintendency of the Hopkinsville public schoolsThe For the Place presidenttion in the IIopkinvile News Era The Democratic party could look long and hard without finding a worthier or more competent candi date for the important office of state superintendent of school Mr Ham lett is a man who has always inado goodand his career hasOCen a los son of energy perseverance and hon or The state has no moic enthusi astic and effective an advocate of education nor the Democratic party a more loyal supporter A Builder of Schools In another issue he has this to say When Prof Hamlett came to Hopkinsville from Henderson six years ago as superintendent of the public schools there van but two buildings With the completion this buildingsthere twentytHreeteachers six He is an orator ot ability and in demand as an after dinner He isspeaker a pop ular member of the Elks YoO W organizationslrof ent of the First Baptist church Suu dayscliooli one of the largest in the state A Leader In Progressive Movement Prof Hamlett though only thir tytwo years of age has had thirteen years of successful experience as a promotionsfrom positionthe Hopkhisville school system with more than 2500 pupils and 40 leucyUnderbeen improved from year to year un til they arc more than ever the piide of one of the most progressive cities of the state A clean young and progressive teacher who has all the elements of success in luis makeup he is a nian in every way capable of making an officer of whom the whole state would justly be prouJ A leader ill every progressive movement Barksdalo JIamlett will help to redeem Kentucky in 1011 and will be the next superintendent of Public instructionMayorC- has M Meacham in the Hopkins villo KentuckianMaster Problems From study and experience he is master of the school problems of Kentucky and is particularly inter ested in the improvement of the common schools The News knows CCl1ipistate superintendent to advance the Kentucky1l1sto see him given the nomination without opposition Efizabcthtown News Friend to the Rural Schools intrlliIand believes jn a square deal from the smallest district to the most in telligent city In tliv country He is certainly a friend to the common schools believes in seven months terms good roads and improved fa lIq eetMayfield Messenger Strong Acquisition to the State Ticket Prof Hamlet is in the foremost rank of Kentuckys educators and is qualifiedfora successful candidacy for him and aCquisitionMadisonville Journal Solid Backing of Home People Hamlett stands at the very top among the educators of our state His friends predict with allcandor that he will go into the light with the solid backing not only of his home county but the entire sccont congressional district Daily Leader Fulton An Ideal Superintendent loJldnpvillegent and capable matt fit the state for superintendent of jlublic instruc Hon He knows the needs of fhe state in all educational matters and would snake an ideal state superin ltend t pubhcuistctioiH f o r = t z h Sfill er9 jSTTSe ElizabethtoVn IA ews Prof Hamlett fls5 till the qualifications to make the state an ideal superintendent Cadiz llec- ord The Man of the Hour As he is seen by the Ballard Coun ty Yeoman The most camilreader can see in him tlie man of tile hurt1e man in whom all people o f all par ties caii graciously unite and work for His whole life his every eneiv y his wondtrful bran power ar- erapeiin this llie greatest work 5 be done in Kentucky Though ytt oung he is undoubtedly the tx t uinncd man for this office the ito ha ever produced tcrmnticn and Success inHls Face A young man who seems to have n ambition to accomplish something urrli wliiio in the educational lieU wI juthrng from that determine vprc sicn fn liis frank open counle uince he is going to succeed in tlc ndcrtaking Daily Bulletin Maysvilic A Worthy and Competent Leader His workat Hopkinsville Is a monument io his ability as a school worker and organizer He is abund antly qualified for the high ofilee Ahicli se socks and Iiis broad plat iorm embrace tIle very best in oil n cational endeavor He is a wortn man in every respect IHl J1gorlZ td himself up from a prom hoy Al ready he has ledgeii to him almost he solid vote of the teachers of the tate and all intonsted in the im Klntuekyshim a worthy and competent leiider for the aceoninlidluncnt of thos i things Hartford Herald Successful in Great Undertakings He is eminently qualified for the position which he seeks and hileordas an educator lyis of uninternfjted success U is due io him that the hantitomc liirv thris thin county and HopkinsvilK high ltil1tyhavingvan law at a cost of 100000 The NewsDemocrat Paducah Right Man in the Right Place Ve believe as state superintendent of public instruction he would be placeCollowav theequalization greatest wish in his work isro ufiilw opportunity knock at the hope of every school child in Kentucky Wi like Mr Hamlet and unlike mot politicians he improves on acquaint alice In fact IK inot a politician he is a school man who is well equip ped for the prTiecIltc Breckm ridge News Clover port Making a Fine Race He is a man of infinite ability and capacity and stands upon a platform that neither trims nor tfrgivercatca that lPgs no question nor evades a issue Mr Hamlett a man of individuality and ability an educator and orator is conceded to be the logical mall for the place and is en dorsed by leading educators and the press xPiof IlamJettis hut for the Democratic jiomination and is making a vigorous canvass he stands for progression and has the unquali pLcpleIIuDemocrat and bears the highest qualifications of an ideal superin tendent Eniiiiehtlv qualified for the posi tion sought we believe him to IR ltlie man for sujwriutendent of our state schools Prof Hamlett is a strong friend to the cause of advanced edueiitio and believes inn square deal fruit the siualt st district to tre most lr515 gross ve city in the country Ho i a friend 4o the common schools c the state is a elesin sound an energetic teacher who has all th ekunents of 5 Ies in his nnikcuj and is a man in every way capable oi making an olicer of whom the whole ritate would be justly proud It is hoped that Mr Hamlert will have no Apposition before the Dem ocratic primary for lie is so thoroughly Democratic and clean in hU views so well equipped from al angles that antagonism would be at inost unjustinV n Mr Hamlett has given a good ac count of himself and his work at Hopkinsville is a monument to hi ability as a school worker and or ganizer He hasvmade more than good there and can make good at the head of Kentuckys school affairs Tf you want to know what Barksdale Hamlett stands for just follow care fully the creed of the man as pro mulgated by himselfHenderson Journal In the Lead Barksdale Hamlett of Hopkins ville continues in the lead for tIle Democratic nomination for Superin tendent of Schools His superior qualifications for the office give him a decided advantage over both his opponents who are not active school men The people of the State are awakening to the fact that to elect a lawyer to the agricultural depart mont or a farmer to tHe superinten dency ofschools wouldbe sheer folly and they are lining up in this see tion at least for Mr Hamlett mainly because he is anenminentactive lu catbr and has inadeiifcfuTCe stJfe ins chqsen line of worIThe Somerset Journals ni JTf J t 1 r a ij STT t1 V IPoultry prefer light noiisea Be careful of your fe dwitim all stock A saiytOtindatiOnIa road s Gapes caii be cured by fumigating the chicken with sulphur Select Sour cockerehs to oyercotae the shortcomings of your hens IJc potatoes occasionally fed to the chicks are relished by thehix Bu ffat seems to absorb more moisture wheli comparatively warm Many growers think there is more money in raspberries than strawberries Smisblne is a purifier allow Whenever11rossible very susceptible to filth and disease and care must t e exercised in handling it t The cow that does not yield a profit at the pall eats jilst about as much as the cow that does Dont plant any flowers in straight rows except hollyhocks or sunflowers or plants for borers The one cry against the geperal practice of dairy farming is that It requires too much labor The well ventilated barn will be more comfortable on the coldest day than one ppprly ventilated =Twenty acres of corn put into tho silo is worth more in feeding a dairy herd than 30 acres in the crib Dont forget about the lice these days when the hens are shut up a good part of the day and night There is a best temperature for each individual lot of cream but thlscan be determined only by experience If the man who has no silo would watch his neighbor feed and watch the results he would soon haveone1- 3o =not neglect to URe these days when the ground is frozen bard to dress the land liberally with manure A hill of potatoes stripped by bugs or on whch the leaves are injured by blight cannot give a satisfactory yieldWhitewashing or painting the in tenor of the cow stable Is advisable and does not bring a burden upon the dairyman j lenore1lance In the theory that breeds contaminate bysirapiyseelng a different variety on the other sido of the fence Unless the dairy farmer really knows a good dairy cow when he sees onebe should not attempt to build up a dairy herd There is a tradition that cows will do better In warm weather than in cold weather but experience has disproved this fact The best way to seed straw to horses and mules at work is to re duce it to chaff and mix it with mid dlings and corn chop No animal suffers more readily from intense cold in the winter or more severely from intense heat in the summer than the hog Get ahead of the season in all garden work By and by the rush of other things will come and a part of this work may be neglected Plant strawberries as soon as the rgpdependsson so strawberry growerg sty To seed down a vegetable garden after the earth has been worked fined and raked thoroughly the first needful thing js tq level the ground The time will soon be here when we hall need seed corn for planting It is always well to make a selection and have all things ready before plant ing time The cow freshening In the spring will produce a maximum flow of milk during the first couple of spring months Vecause of the ideal condI- tions of the pastures If perches houses and coops are thoroughly treated now wtha good mite destroyer there will be no danger of their inaklng any further trou ble until next summer Stables should be cleaned carefully dally and disinfected thoroughly at least twice during the winter season and always after a case of disease among the animals in the stable Dont forget the machinery the tools and Implements that may need a little tinlcering with here and there to be put into good working order that they may be ready at the first sail of the new season and not cause you delay rIt is advisable to gain the bulls confidence and let him know that you are his friend Be kind but firm and always make the bull keep his place Never lake any chances by getting careless and never fight a bull unless you want tmvhje PNEUMONIA left mawith a frightful cough aiid colfdhnrdlybreathe minutes doctor could riothelp me but Iwas completely cured DR5KINCS DicoveryMrs hOc AND 100 AT ALL DRUGGISTS J i Commissioners Sale 0HOCKCASTLrE CIRCUIT COURT W H Hays Plaintiff VS Commissioners Sale wJ bowman Deltu ant by virtue ot a judgment ah order pt salt oi the KueKcastle Circuit court rendered at the April term 1911 iticrcot I snail proceed to otter for saie at the front door of the Uourt House In Mt Vernon RocJcastle County Ky to the liigtiest and best bidder at pubiu datotof 900 oclock A M and4oo P M tltlIig regular County Court- day on a credit ot six months tht oUowing flescribid real estate COuntyICrQoktdCreekTract No i Beginning on a black oak and dogwood thenee an east cu setbapinej thence south east course to a white oak thence south course to W H Coffeyi line and with his line toa chestuut pointer at the cliff thence running with the cliff back to a b jock thence with a cross fence north east to a plum tree thence with the north east to the beginning contain 40 acres more or less Tract NO2 Bounded on the north by the lands of J W Chas teen on the east by the lands of W J Bowman on the south b the lands ot W M Alcornand on the west by the lands of W H Hale containing 60 acres more or lessA sale only of the two thirds interest of the defendant ordered in tract number 2 For the purchase price the purchase must execute bond with approvedsurety bearing interest from day of sale until paid and having the the force and effect of a judgment Bidders must be prepared to comply with these terms G S GRIFFIN Master Commissioner Rockcastle Circuit Court Commissioners Sale ROCRCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT- W S Robins and Margaret Elizabeth Robins Plaintiffs VS Commissioners Sale Grant Cromer Defendant By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court rendered at the Jan uary term x8ix thereof I shall proceed to offer for sale at the front door of the Court House in Mt Vernon RocKcastle county Kentucky to the highest bidder at public auction on Monday the 26th day of June i9n between the hoursof 900 A M and 400 P M being regular County Court day on a credit of Six me ntbs the lollowing described realestate lo cated in Rockcastle County Ken tucky on the waters of the east fork of Skeggs Creek only i one seventh 17 interest owned by the defendant will be sold said land is described as follows Beginning at a spotted oak on what is called the open line of said survey Woodall Survey thence 3 9 W 43 poles to a poplar at B thence S 66 W 93 poles crossing the ridge to a white oak at D thence N I4fr W so poles to a stake thence N 64 E 50 poles to a stake thence N SQ E 54 poles to a stake thence S 63 W 78 poles to the beginning containing 5o acres more or less For the purchase price the pur chaser must execute bond with ap provedsurety bearing interest from day of sale until paid and having the force and effect pf a judgment Bidders must be prepared to com plv with these terms G S GRIFFIN Master Commissioner Rockcastle Circuit Court Commissioners Sale ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT W Baker Plaintiff VS Commissoners Sale C MGriffin Defendant By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court rendered at the April term 1911 thereof I shall proceed to offer for sale at the front door of the Court House in Mt Vernon Rockcastle County Kentucky to the highest and best bidder at public auction on Monday the 26th day of June 1911 between the hours of 900 A M and 400P M king regular county Court day on a credit of six months the following de scribed real estate located in Livingston Ky in said county on the hill opposite what is kn n as the Dillon Hotel and on the south side of Smiths Creek and between the lots of Mrs Milry Pettit on the west and Joseph Coffey on the east and bounded as follows Beginning at a stake in the south side of Smiths Creek or alley running around the hill be- Ing a corner between Joseph Coffey and T D Mullins lotI tHencerunning 50 feet with south side of said street to a stake corner between T D Mullins and Miley Pettit and joining the lands of Mrs Margaret Sambrook thence running 32 feet with the said Margaret Sarabrpoks line nearly east to a stake coiner between T I 1 a i Coffeysloiwith Coffeys lineneatly north 2oo feet to the beginning rief unfingjbelow 20Qfeetline For the purchase price the purchaser must execute bond with assuied surety bearing interest from day of sale until aidarid having the force and effect ofa judgement Bidders must be prepared to comply with these terms G S GRIFFIN Master Commissioner Rockcaslle Circuit Court Commissioners Sale ROCKCASTU2 CIRCUIT COURT Elizabeth Evans et al PlaintifIs vs Commissioner Sale Benjamin Chillers et al Def danls By virtue of a judgement and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit court rendered at the April term 1911 thereof I shall proceed to offer for sale at the front door of the court house in Mt Vernon Rockcastle county Ky to the highest and best bidder at public auction on Monday the 26th day June Ign between the hours of 9 oclock a m and4 oclock p m being a regular county court dayon a credit of six months the following d scribed real estate located in Rackcastle county Ky on the waters of Brush Creek in Sinking Valley and bounded as follows Beginning at a sulphur spring about seventy five yards nearly west of the old building fhence S 23 E 1666 poles to a stake in the Wickliffe line gum and maple and sourwood pointers thence S 46y VV326 poles to a white oak on a small point near the head of drean southeast of a double poplar thenee N 43 W 154 poles to two chestnut oaks on a hillside corner to tlie William Poynter So aa e tract also a corner to Susie E Gilmores land thence with Poyntef p line N 13 W 54 poles to a whiteoak paSsinga white oak and hickory marked as to a Sum in Poynters line thence a new line N46 E 80 poles to a forked maple thence N 79 E i62 poles to two chest nuts the we t side of the Kincaid road a large pine on the east side of said road marked as a pointer thence with the meanders of said road S 23 W 25 poles to black oak pointers on the west side of said road thence S 74 E 18 poles thence S n W 36 poles thence S 43 E 30 poles to a stake on oil the east side of said road with pine pointers thence the dividing line betwqen Jessie Childress and the Meece line N 84 w 134 poles passing a few feet above the old dvell ing to the beginng containing 149 13 acres morebr less For the purchas price the purchaer must execute bond with approved surety bearing interest from day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of ajudgement Bidders must be prepared tocomply with these terwie G S GRIFFIN Master Com R C C ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT The Bank of Mt Vernon Plff VS Eliza Mullins c Defendants AND T J W Brown and C C Williams Plaintiffs vsSEliza Mullins c Defendants By virtue ofa judgment and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court rendered at the January Term 1911 thereof I shall proceed to offer1 for sale at the front door of the Court Housein Mt Vernon Rockcastle County Ky to the highest and best Bidder at public auction on Monday the z6th day of June 1911- between the hours of 9 oclock a rn and 4 oclock p m being a regular County Court day on a credit of six months the following described real estate located on Piney Branch in Rockcastle County Ky and bounded as followsOn north by the lands of Samuel Sams and Jamas Cclhns on the east south and west by the lands of Charlie Mullins and containing 75 acres more or less For the purchase price the purchaser must execute bond with aDprbved surety bearing interes froth date of sale until paid an having the force and effect of judgment Bidders must be pre pared to comply with these terms G S griffin MCECCPO- STEDS Anyone guilty of trespassing on my property will berproflecuted the fuU extenfof the law MRS M AHAiA JONES 2244m Mt Vernon KyI ANNOUththEN We are authorized to announce G M BALLARD as a candidate for Repre sentative of Rockcastle and Laurel couu ties subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announte R G WEL s as a candidatefor Representative of Rockcastle arid Laurel counties sub jectto the action of the Republican par ty We are authorized to announce E B Thompson as a candidate for Representa live of Rockcastle and Laurel counties subject t thj JtiQ aDnv r ferican party Chldrn Cry FifeCCHMS 1 li FOR CASTORIAt 1 2 t p i 7J L = r Eighty three deaths from the plague and seven deaths from smallpox were repcrted in the duringthe i I 5sSQ SPRING BRINGS SORE FEET CURESWith the advent of warm weather cornea foot troubles to thousands of andheavinesswellinir and exceas perspIration This brings OB a series of foot troubles The treatment given below will be wel Corned with Joy by an ar my of sufferers It acts like magic Dissolve tWet tablespoonfuls of Calocid compound IB a basin of y hot water soak the feet ia t this for full fifteen mln ItcentlT massaging the sore parts i J Lws time will not Kin the desired lresults Repeat this eachnight un itil the cure II permanent All sore ness disappears immediately Corms and callouses can be peeled right off Bunions are reduced to mormal aai the inflammation draws out Sweaty and smelly feet tender and Iwolle jfeet need but a few treatments This s Galoclde is a remarkable drug For itoerly used only by doctors but amjr q druggist now has it in stock or will quickly get it from his wholesali house A twenty five cent packagV Ji claimed to cure he worst feet R W DYCHE DENTIST MT VERNON KY 7 Office at residence on Main SfcV Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty Work guaranteed i C C Williama ATTORNEY ATLAW MT VERNON KY iflrOFFICE On 2td floor o TheBankofMtVernofi on Church i street Special attention given tocollections tCt j PhoneNo 80 Mount Vernon Moriofeiiia WORKS I1M anu facturer of iina DEALERn Marbles and Granite Monuments ofaU kinds Estimates furnislted j vfonGEOOWENS Propr MPhone 112 f l = 3 C MeCLARY UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER Stanford Kv TaRS Oti pill Take It Jtaa7 TkeWtat Pill lt Why Dr Mi1 7r AniiPMin PllV of course Good for all kinds of pain Used tcr rdicvcNcuralgia Headache NcryousncsSi Rli u matism Sciatica Kidney Pains Lumbago Locomotor Atspia Backache Stomachache Period ical Pains of women and for pain in any part of the body i have used Dr Miles medicines for over 12 years and find themexceUcnLI keep Dr Miles AntiPain Pills In the house all the time and would not think of taking a journey without them tao matter how shorta distance I aua golag x cannot seth in Miss Lou M CHURCHMJU 3 Hiela StPeB cookNaSAt all druggist 25 weiss c MILES MEDICAL CQ1 llkhart M I I i a f 1 f li II X13 12 8 VERN N SIGNAL VERNON KY June 23 IyT r Call when you wantto Corn muni cats with SIGNAL 79 z NACHVHLCR TIME i fCi 22north 5SilB north 3p2aJ1i south ri4 am South 1219 JAS ANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered Vernon Postoffica second clau mail matter Oscar Bryant the sick J list Mrs Matilda Bryant very low Dr Francis Wood stock this week Lebanon Tuesday Jim Proctor very sick the borne his parents near Wildie Mrs John Wiliams New Mexico the guest relatives here Russel Proctor acting Agt Livingston the absence Oscar Bryant Mendell Mullins and Willis Mc rKenzie write that they like the Missouri air fine Mrs Dutiam off Brodhead with her ourbam and wife Newcomb Ave Mrs Henry Catron was here Sunday from Lincoln county attend the funeral her niece Mrs Mary Graves Wildie Elcaer Bodle Thompson has turned from Transylvania Urn versity Lexington where graduated this year from the departmentRev the Baptist preached Brodhead last Sunday his r- ySJIIHeJUIY n Lx c and For Men and Boys Furnishings and Boys Old Father Time left Sprtng out of his calendar this year Winter lingered till hot scorching summer arrivedand in consequence of these unusual weather conditions we are loaded with large surplus stock which Must Now Be Soldno matter how great thesacfifice In order to sellsurely and quickly we begin on Saturday June 24tha ten days sale of great magnitude The stock is the largest we have ever offered and the saving so striking that no man who cares for the value of his dollar can afford to miss this opportunity Lookover your clothing need and come while ithe stock is at its best Terms Cash To All Y H I no introduction No clothes fit bet F Q h ranteO C esNeedO VJUCLI Iongertor hold shape better than these In this cleanup offering find practically an unbroken stock of snappy new Spring and Summer styles in colors and weights suitable for any season and sizes perfectly graded that every man can be perfectly fitted J Here TI Are a Few Prices That Starts the Ball to Boiling July 24 IxsoIi Suits for 650 6 Suits for 975 Jff ijj i vf f t r up No 79 i Q 0 lOUI R Co Jf 24 r l 23 21 a m f I at the Mt Ky as is on l continues W F is in F tI is at of M of is of Is L N at in of is son F i on to i at of re j he law1 at r a v vf I rHilton Adams was in Corbin first of the week Davie Craig was in from the Big Glades Miss Adams has been verv sick for the past verks Mrs G M Ballard has been with her at Cove a few days Mrs T W Brown and son Conu are in for a few and Mrs R W Dyche were in and V Miss Louana will lea Mr and Mrs Elmer Houk and ofCorbiu visited here last week Miss Annie Mae Miller is at RavE nwod French wife of Uncle John the mail man has been very sick days Henry Jones here on his way home at Level Green from Harlan Co Mrs Brown of Parks ville were with C C Davis and 3 Mr and Mrs S B Ramsey have been with Mr and Mrs Jones Proctor at since M was in Crab fora few days the her Mrs Bob JA Oliver of has begun the of a nice resjr dence on the lot where his home burned S T is doing the work A small child of Buck Reams of twas very sick last but a dose or two of the famous the little fellow around Ye editor and family had intend ed to spend this week with the Press party at but on account of the of little one were of lOUt and JM Craig of J W l 2l N S t y tis r i itf ea HATS Saturday We have the Clothes and you have the cash LETS GET Remember the date June 24 to July and IMr PERSOA1i 1Clearance rgersonwasinI on1l CLOTHING SHOES oath TOGETHER Saturday Elizabeth mother Lousville daysDr London Saturday Sunday Whitehead Christian Endeavor Sunday evening children relatives visiting MissRuth Reppert OrlandoMrs forrrsome passed through Wednesday Drand 1rantlMrs Wednesday esterday Conway Ppynter Orchard guestof daughter Thompson Livingston erection recently Proctor Dudley Saturday AntiToxin brought alrigbt Cerulean Springs sickness deprived privilege pleasure LOCAL bought AirIcrailt Ar McCormick Mowers Raker and repairs at Fishs You can save from 250 to 5 cash by buying your clothing at Fishs Big JuneJuly Clean Up Sale which opens tomorrow and ends J fly 6th Mr W P Kinter father of Supr J W Kincer died last Friday- at his home near Hansford He had been an invalid for some time and the end was not unexpected- A few years ago he was injured in a cyclone which swept that parVof the county and he never fully re covered from that shock Mrs Mary Graves died at her home iu Paris Friday of heart failure after a few weeks sufferiug from malaria and typhoid She was the oldest daughter of Mr anti Mrs W H Jones of Wildie and married Edd Graves nearly two years ago and had lived iu Paris since her marriage She attended Berea College and taught school in this county Her friends were numbered by those who knew her The burial was at the Maret burying ground near Wildie Sunday afternoon Our deepest sympathy goes out to the sorrowing parents and this young husband The Board in control of the Brown Memorial school have de cided to make the school at this place a permanent institution and in so doing they will necessarily make many improvements inline Way of buildings The work of addingianother wing on the present pnn tory will be started at liceI which will mean an expenditure of something over 4000 this year and the plans are to erect tf hand some bricK school building next year In ordered get all of this it is up to thepeople bfMt Vernon to furnish a little piece oflang At a meeting held in Cr Ci aIg09ding the amount arid which amqunt we want to say will be r iedbul there is yet a deficiency and feeling that every citizen in the town who cares for improvements and for education will cheerfully contribute this fund according to his means Ito make this announcement and all who want to give anything t9 signify their adesire f i Men youll wittfdiptheria If you are not satisfied with your pur chases we refund your money We Guarantee Satisfaction 6 SaturdayMrs All progressive towns have good schoolsYou cant afford to vote against good schools You will always get the correct styles at SUTTON McBEEs This office is getting out a directory for local telephone ex change including Livingston Good schools are the life of a town or county Vote for the small tax and put our graded school on a firm foundation PHONES INSTALLED =Mt Vernon Hotel W M Baker proprietor No 59 Manse Rev George S Watson pastor No 79 Barber shop S P Sowder proprietor No 48 Mrs J B Livesay held the lucky number which drew the forty three piece dinner set given away by Robt E BCox last Saturday They will have another drawing on July 15 Read ad in this paper The W I SparksCo are run ning andwill Continue to run their various quarries at full cap c ity during the yeas The output will be greater than during any season in the past ELECTION OiEcc asPlease call up Mt Vernon telephone ex change as soon as counted in July ist primary and report the county giving name and vote of each candidate This information is needed for report to daily papers IYou will make no mistake if you vote for James GarnetV of Adair county for Attorney General and forT BHill countrY for Commissioner of Agriculture Both are splendid men and are for the Interests of the cbtnmon people Of course Jim McCreary ought to carry the county by a unanimous votejM RoTIcnThe Democratic Com mitteemen of Rockcastle are hereby called to meet n Mr Vernon on Monday Tune 26th at 1030 a m1 for the purpose of naming election officers for the various precincts for the Democratic primary to beheld on Saturday July ist It is important that every committee man be p G C Fis n i1Countq Com For Trade at Fishs and save the difference Read SUTTON McBEEs adI about the skirt sale for one week only There is quite a good deal of sickness among the little fellows being troubled with the usual sum mer disease Nearly every man thinks he has done a great deal for the town in which heliveslif he has not actually madeit famous The ladies of the Rose Hill church will have an ice cream supper at the home ot Mr and Mrs T B Lair Saturday evening Round trip tickets July 1st 2nd 3rd 4th limit July 8th atr 3tare- plus 25cts plus enough to make fare end in o or 5 minum 75 cts An Indiana man has been sen tenced to serve two years in the prison for trying to kill two women who worried him by their telephone conversation Bet the members ot that jury never had a party line Exchange Fred Hayes and Miss Martha Price were married last week at the home of Mr and Mrs Luther Cummins in the West end Eld T D Mullins officiating They will go to house keeping in Mr Hays house he recently built in the Sparks Davis addition There is an apple tree standing in the orchard of the late Alva Maret near Wildie which measures iuls fart around the body This tree has limbs as large asthfe body of the trees in front of our Court House Can anyone beat this A special to Courier Journal from ios Angeles California says Among the five charming girls from the East who have arrived here to act as bridesmaids at the fashionable wed4J g of Miss Agnes Hall and Samuel ring isthe beautiful Miss Hilda Jcbtot Berea Ky The young woman took the Hall home by storm last night The ceremony is set for July 12 and between now and that date more than ascore of affairs have been arrangedltp ejertamcthe iiat err xleattwtdalx i F Y4 1500isoo1650 Suits for 1250 Look for the Sign of the nnn nHtL nnn 1tnn nttn t nnn 00A Home Institution ntIII is a home institution Our loans are made righthcre t home to our good farmers and business men It is a home institution = our home people We will pay you good interest on your idle = 1fOr Make a deposit and then pay your bills with your personal ck It is very simple convenient and safe Call and we gladly ex iw plain the many alvahtages of a checking account You will always t E have a receipt which cannot be disputed The endorsed check which will be returned to you is incontestible proof of the payment of the bill SW Yonr money is safe deposited in this bank to your credit If you car = ry it in your pocket or leave it at home it may be lost or =Come in and let us talk these matters over with you stolenI fillTHE BANK OF MT VERNON INCORPORATED M MT VERNON KENTUCKY 1m 1 = 11111 111111 111111 ll1 il 111111 tII ts Out of thirty applicants for county teachers certificates last Friday and Saturday only twelve passed and all of those were second and third classe- sSTRAYEDBlack and white spotted sow shoat with crap off right ear Weight about 55 lbs June 233t JOHN FRAKHS Mt Vernon Ky A party of about twenty five young people of this place chape roned by Mr and Mrs C C Davis and Mr and Mrs E R Gentry left here tbis morning to spend to day on the banks of Roundstone near Langford This promises to be a great fishing kodaking and thicken eating event About July 1st t1ereviU be on display at our store Fall line Ladies Skirts and Suits Those desiring special orders should see these lines SUTTON McBEE NoTicEHaving decided to move to the mountains and desir ing to close up my business at this place I respectfully ask all parties indebted to me to please call and settle account at once Af J B FARRIS l Brodhead Ky The woman of today who has good health good temper good sense bright eyes and a lovely complexion the result of correct living and good digestion wins the admiration of the wprldrf your digestion is faulty Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets ilU correct it Forsaleby Chas C Davistt JiV V FOR SArEA pure bread bull calf short horn so lid red 5 months old One mile west of Maretburg church J F LEWIS Jnne z33t Out iu Texas it is so dry so dry in fact that the wagons are going around with their tongues out III Texas ice has to be soaked in water all ni ht before it is wet enough to make lemonade The catfish kick up such a dust tin the rivers of Missouri thaUthe river has to be spilnkled before going fishing A spark from an engine out in Kansas set fire to a pond and burned up a lot of bull frogs before the fire could be ex tinguished and the ground is so dry and hard in Arkansas that crawfish holes in low places are being pulled up and used for gas pipes Now go west young man and grow up with the drouth r NOTICE All parties holding c claims against the estate of W M Mink deceased will present same to me properly proven on or before Saturday June 17 xgn A J HAGGARD June2t v Administrator My splendid Jersey bull will make the season at my place at t Money due when cow is turned in mayo6tf Gus STAYER SON TAKEN UrA black bore hog weight about too pounds came to my place one month ago Owner can have same by payingall damages T GW M ARLEL t = Ky ItC 13t3- i Yi z dl Give AWay IWe Free ofCost Peoples Common Sense Medical Adviser in Plain r Medicine Simplified by R V Pierce M D COnsulting Physician to the Invalids Hotel and Sur Institute at Huffao n book of 1008 large pages and over 700 illustrations in strong paper covers to anyone scnamf zi onecent stamps to cover cost of mailing only or in French Cloth binding for 31stamps Over 680 000ccpies of this complete Family Doctor Book vere sold in cloth binding at regular price of 150 Afterwards one and n half million copies were given away as above Anew uptodate revised edition is now ready for mailing Better send NOW before all arc gone Address WORLDS DIS PENSARY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION R V Pierce M Dt President Buffalo NY DR PIERCES FAVORITE PRESCRIPTION THE ONE REMEDY for womans peculiar ailments gopdenough that its makers are not afraid to print on its outside wrapper its every ingredient No Secrets No Deception THE ONE REMEDY for women which contains no alcohol and no habitforming drugs Made from native medicinal forest roots wellestablished curative value Pains AllOver I You are welcome says Mrs Nora Guffey of Broken Arrow Oklato use my letter in any way you want to H- if it will induce some suffering woman to try Cardui I had JE pains all over and suffered with an abscess Three physicians failed to relieve me Since taking Cardui I am in i better health than ever before and that means much to me 1 because I suffered many years with womanly troubles of B different kinds What other treatments I tried helped me H for a few days only B iHCDont wait until you are taken down sick before tak ing care of yourself The small aches and pains and other symptoms of womanly weakness and disease always mean 5 worse ito follow unless given quick treatment You would always keep Cardui handy if you knew what quick and permanent relief it gives where weakness and disease of the womanly system makes life seem hard to bear Cardui has helped over a million women Try it T Write to Ladies Advisory Dept Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn lot pedal Instruction arid 64page book Home Treatment for Women sent free Jfil 1111 USEI i2 And dont have to grease but once a week I Madgin LuLov1Ic by CHAS C STOLL OIL CO fm = mtr f I TAKE ARDUI TheWomansTonic I DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE I ttUNQS TAKB Handmade Coffinsfurnished Hearse sent to all parts of 5 the County jfe All U I Phone94S n FREE A NICE PRESENT JULY 1 STO SOME CUSTOMER 01 OUR STORE Just to keep you thinking of the liveliest store in this section ani to show our appreciation of your patronage we are now offering June 17free choice of a HANDSOME OHAMSBBSBT THEVRE WORTH 600 THEY COST YOU NOTHING Its not often that you have the opportunity to secure such valu able beautiful and useful articles free of cost YouPay 11is IIWFree FreeAB- SOLUTELY nothing for the above beautiful presents All to do is to write your name on a card and guess youI hidden under a gold seal on the card Every time you buy 100 worth from us for cash YOU GET A GUESS FREEthe more you buy the more guesses you get am you pay nothing for them Even our small customers will be given the same show for we appreciate all trade small or large and if you do hot need a dol Jars worth come any how and we will give you tickets showinir amount pf your purchase and when you have bought a dollars worrh bring in the tickets and get your guess free REMEMBER we give away one of the above useful presents JULY 15 so dont miss any opportunity of coming to our store when in need of goods in our line for we always guarantee our price anjl quality to be equal or better than anybody else and these nice presents arejust that much extra gained by OUR customers Your friends RQSTJE 8 COXJ PIIONE7 = MrivNoNcKY i V I 1 OTTIThefymer Governor of Kentucky was announced Tvtonday morning hisIeighty first year but long since he retired from all public activities reflecting as a philosopher on me great activities of a past age in which he had bornea mosit conspicuous part Today the country will turn for a moment to read agantIle Duluth speech of Gov Knotti Jailing to r call the gieat cot titutionala gu uients delivered in the Houso lrGov Knott pending the disputed blection of 1876 On these speed es Gov Knott preferred to rest h s claims to recognition Toe Duluth speech is agnat ana effectue satire and it closed an era of Con gressional subsidy which had long been a national scandal To few men is given such n opportunity to render signal service to his people bv one peech It came unannounced to Gov Knott a d be was fully read for all is drtnands In immediate ard ip practical and in tarreaching effec s few speeches in Congi ess qual the address of 1871 for its portrays elation of the tiovernmtnt to tie railroad builders and laud grabbers of the West Yet Gov Knott believed that this speech obscured all his other work in Congress that it gave to h s fellow citizens a misconception- of his character and that when he spoke seriously on serious questions the echoes of that speech made it impossible for hitpto geta candid h Ming And vet that fatiiical argument against subsidy aid privilege and itUlional1principles Ions In personal qualities Gov Kmttj was a most interesting man He Arab allot his life more attraced- b quiet pursuits than by thenofce of political battle He sought his study as a relief and renewed his strength in the companionship of booksIn Kentucky Gov Knott will- ng be rememb red for public services to the State and nation- ir his upright character and fbr tis great charms in social inter ourse Times a PARAGRAPHS FROM THE FAMOUS DULUTH SPEECH Gov Knott won wide fame byj Us speech delivered in Congres on anuary 27 1871 overflowing with mire and humor It was an at ict upon a measure for valuable concessions to a railroad project end cameto be known as his Duluth speech that then modest ttlement being made to appears ltThe Zenith City of the Un ilted Seas The bill under disj ussion was known as the StI roix Bayfield railroad bill Who that is not as incredulous s St Thomas himself will doubt or a moment that the Goshen of vmerica is to be Tound in the sandy alleys and pine clad hills ot the t Croix Who will have the lardihood to rise in his seat and ssert that excepting the pine ushes the entire region would ot produce vegetation enough to itten a grass hopper Duluth The word fell upon my ar with a peculiar and indescrib ble charm like the gentle mur uurOfa low fountain stealing nth in the uiidsfof roses or theft sweet accents of an angels vhisper as the hart panteth for the vatering innocence Duluth Twas the name for vbich my soul had panted foe sears as the heart panteth for the aterbrooks r H jut wh re was Dulutb Never in all mv limited reading had inv vision been gladdened by seeing the celestial word in print And r felt a profound huuiilation in my ignorance that its dulcet syllables had never before ravished my delighied ear c Had such been my melancholy fateI have up doubt that with the last feeble pulsation of my breaking thearc with the lstfafu exhalation of my fleeting breath 1 should have whispered Where is Duluth But rs elfit representedi on- this map that Duluth is situated halfway between the latitudes ot Paris and Venice so that gentlemen who have lnh led the ex hilarating air1ofthe one or basked 1m the gjldea sunlight at the other may see at glance that Duluth must be place of untold delight a terrestrial paradice tanned by the balmy zephyrs ofan eternal spring clothed in the gorgeous sbecu of evtrbloouiing flowers and vocal with tne silvery melody ofnatureschoicest songsters Neerthelesssiritgnevesmyv- ery soul to b compelled to say that I cannot vote for the grant of lands pr videdJfpriu this bill hAh sir yOucan have no con ception 6f the poighancv of my anguish that lam deprived of that blessed privilege There are two inseparable obstacles in the way In the first place rav cOnstituents for whom I am acting here have no more interest in this road than they have in the great question of cut inary taste now perhaps agitating the public mind of Dominica as tot whether the illustrious commission ers whore Jy left this capital for that tree and enlightened republic would be better fricasr d boiled or roasted and in the seconu place these lands which Iam asked to give away alas are not mine to bestow My relation to them is simply that of trustee to au express trust And shall I ever betray that trust Never sir Rather perish Duluth Perish the paragon of cities Rather let the freezing cyclones of the bleak north west bury it forever beneath the eddying sanJs of the gaging Str Crbix1 Vv NOTICE Notice is hereby given that an election will be held at the school house of the Mt Vernon Graded School District No 2 June 24th i9n between the hours ot one and six oclock P M for the purpose of taking the sense of the legal voters of the said Graded Common school District upon the question of whether or not the trustees thereof shan issue and sell bonds of said Graded Common School for the purpose of paving the indebtedness incurred by said dis trict in the purchase of the said school building and grounds and to make necessary additions and repairs on said buildings in order that the school may fully accomo date all the pupils The amount of bonds to be issued not to exceed the constitutional limit of 6000 00 to be paid in twenty years bear ing interest attper cent per annum payable annually A levy of fifteen cents on eacl 10000 worth of property in said district to be made for the purpose of paying the interest on said bonds and to create a fund to pay them at maturity The levy to be made on the assessment of 191 and payment of taxes to begin in 1912 WJ Sparks PresidentBoard of Trustees DB Southard Trustee C C Davis y UG Baker i AG LovellU H t 1 0 A Gootl PInter with Poor Painti6tP4or Results t ir w fi A Poorv Painter with Good Paint oels Better Results j4tii Itft fr r t But a good paitqr vithu k JlaBnH Giee Sea paifljc- an produce results in every yy satisfactory vilri GREEN SEAL PAINT wllurtherTOaf J rigeok Better and actudlysve the consuinet 13to25cfron a job or Pfliptjf g1A jri OR gAic Iv tiJ T44cEI Mf jKy 1 t t1 t f i f 1 Gov Wgodrow Wilson of N wIJersey receptly addressed tooit promioent Democfaitaof Californiaj and during which adress lie made the followfngtStatement It is interesung to me as a Democrat lo Bbte that while we have had a great deal of taik about iinsurgent repubhcaQS wi have heard very little bout insurgent democrats us9rgenLi are those who throVpffuthoiity It mubt be that the insurgent Republican are throMhgtPft thfr authority or the major portion of i drpartiJ while democrats are tree to be progressive without being in surgepts Itwould seem that to be progressive Jf dot toddy the general authority of their party colleagues I should like to bclicv e that this meant that the Demo cratic party as a whole is naturally progressive and that it is easier through the instrumentality 01 that party to accomplish the new purposes of the day than through the instrumentality of the Republi can party Drouth of many weeks in the county was broken by rainfall Saturday night The rain came too late however to help tOe crops Much damage and high cost of living are entailed by the pry spell in a statement at Berlin Charles McDowell president of the Armour Fertilizer Worses of Chicago says the potash controversy is far Loin settled Sterling Price of Winchester Ky shot and killed him l1f ip Central Park New York grasp ng E the unsigned litter of a woman in E his hand v = Ambassador WhiteliW Reid is said to be greatly improved and S expects to be able to take part in the coronationfestivities of King E George = DEAlt J4 Ju l BE 5 CUED by local applications as the cannot reach the disettied ol the ear There is only one waytoI cure derifness and that is by con stitutional remedies Deafness is caused bv kn i inflamed condition of E the mucous linjng of the Eustach ian Tube en this tube isiQ inedvouhavea rumbling sound or imperfect hearing aid when it is entirely closed Deafness is the result and unless the inilamation tUbelrestoredhearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of tenare caused by Catarrh which is nothing but thellmucousE djDollars E E cured by Halls Catarrh Cure = Send for circulars frp = F Ti CHENEY Co E Toledo O Sold by Druggists 75C Take Halls Family Pills for constipation IE OiyFOR E E CASTOR t A E Court and Lodge Directory COURTS Circuit Court IsfcMonday in January 4 wpeks1th Monday In April two weeks 3rd Monday in August three weeks = Quarterly Court 1st Monday in each month County Court 4thMonday in each month Mt Vernon Police Court 3rd Monday in each mouth LODGES =Ashland Lodge Koi 64o F M meets =on the 2nd and 4th Monday in each month at 730 pM iMt Vernon Royal Arch Chapter meets at 2 pm oh the 1st Monday in each month =Land Council o 69 meets 3rd Mon day in each nionth at 730 p in Franklin Chipttr Order Eastern Star meets 2ndand 4th Thursdays at73U p m Mt Vernon LodgeNo 319 10 O F meets every Saturday eenlugnt70e1tCkI z LcOI1oL 3 PERcENT PontotesDiestion1lu fleSsandRetContaInsIklitt- OpiuntMorphine norhtrL- it NOT NncoTIci- l a ic5nrssatEi u 01 Jfrad3r forConsli- tlonSourSjoniac1iDlait uinessndLossoFSLEEIt IiNEW sigat YOIIK cad Fcod iCopy of wraP pu D of i I t AI NWYOI cen i 3 ft i As small as a of dollars rs h And nQ large an atco nrny be we realize that it is made upof a certain num ber of single dollars This fact ought to encourage those who earnmod =erate incomes f=1 It ought to induce them to do something toward 3a worthwhile provision for the fur 3= ture 3We maintitin that a savings account at this bank 3Ean account in which the owner is REALLY IN Sc TERESTED is an investment hard to beat Yours truly = 3V PHONE 46 e nnntnn DO J 1Ikd1Y T gAsliplA pPorInfants aiidOhi1dre The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature il Usa Thirty lear- sCl1TJRIA lnnnnnnnnnnnnntnt tnnnntnnnnnn1tntn WE HAVE- ACCOIJMTS I SVmattethov Eaccumulating PEOPLES BAN Kcf lUU1UIUUUUUUUUUUllU nnnnHnnnntnnnnnnnnnlnnnn fx1RVERNON OffSKET PRACTICAL sU- RDERTAKERs FUNERAL DIRECTORS SAND EMBALMERS pMt Verflon Ky j COUCH META IC CASKETS S Coffins and Robes = Licened Embalmer will have charge of line of work for the company =Orders by wire promptly filled Hearse sent to all points 3 GEORCE OWENS M nnger3 Office Mt Vernon MortumentalBuilding PHONE LL1ULiLLLLLULliLLiLULU1LLLLL1LLLULULtLLiUULLLLULULULLLLLU HOW ABOUT YOUR VATtJJitf r DOJ3S ITKEEP J CORCTIEt 1 1 IF NOT WHV NOT l ifjou ire hving ray audi tyoable abont yQur atchfpiiiiclock just turn it6vei3 tops and if it does run all 0 Ki itwill dost you nothing We guarantee our woik Give usa trial do all kinds of soldering arid repair work ERALJ 1 MOORE j 1 ATrDR S C DAVIS DRUG STO- REMTVjERONKY t hFOR FLEJU- HERSCASTRI A ForOver lUU1U1U1U1UUU1U1UU11U1U e that not We ICJ O t r L swiioj tt rOtIaJ 1tJlO1 j