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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ij i cr t i15l 1 P allished Every Friday VOLUME XXIV MT VERNON ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY JUNE 30 1911 NUMBER 40 LI KINGSTON Miss Eva Fish and Prof Dicker son have Been employed to tea h the school here Miss Fish will be principal and Prof Dickers ir as sistant We look forward to a good schoolR L McFerron was in our town MondayAlvin Ar genbright was in Louisville Mon dayDr Penniugton of London was here to see J H Browning Tue dayMr and Mrs L H Davis spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs JH Walton on the Klondi e Mrs Mary Durbin living j st o it of town is very low and not expected to live but a short time Later Mrs Durbin died Wednes dayDr W J Childress of Houston ville was here Friday to see J H BrowningMr and Mrs Marion Phillips of London are visiting Mrs Phillips parents Mr and Mrs John Pope at Eight GablesCoal Inspector W N Riggs has been very sick for a few daysMrs SF Hellard is tome better at this writing There bas been a Young Peoples Bible Class organized at the Christian church with Dr Joyner as teacher for the next quarter A cordial welcome is extended to all Come a d take a part they want a class of fifty before this quarter closes Be with them in their business meetings There is a promise of an ice cream supper the date of which wilt fie ixUhHbbecl later Miss Nettie Rice has returned fron a visit torelttivesat Stanford Mr and Mrs L M Westerfield and children have returned from visittoParksvilleHoward Bow er was down from London Satur dayMr and Mrs WMPrest- on are visiting in Lebanon this weekMr and Mrs Egbert Hays and little sou Arney of Cincinnati are visiting relatives here and at Tellico Mrs Hayes was once Livingstons correspondent tc the SIGMAI and she was an excellent Lt l 0 4 00 x OJ t7Jt o d I- riun vnnu iuL writerA Pennington was here from Mt Vernon T J P nnin tan bksexchanged apart of his property for H L Delpiis farm and Delph will move into the Pennington property in town Dr R6 Webb has purchased T J Penningtons st0 k ofgoodsJ H Browning of the Gauley branch section continues very sickMr- C E Rice has returned after a iw weeks visit in the Eastern States Rev T C Duke of Mt Vernon has been called to preach for the BaptistCburch hire He preacheei here Sunday and Sunday night to a large audience A C Carpenter was in MYVer Boil Tuesday J B Thompson o Level Green candid te for tbe Legislature was here Tuesday shaking hands with the voters Mr Thompson is a nice young man and would represent this District to a queens taste There are 3 candidates for this office 2 lawyers and a doctor So it is up to the Republicans to make their choice and we Dems will play shutmouth Af M Fields 01 Stanford is visiting relatives here A W Bourne was in Pittsburg Tuesday Tomorrow is the Democratic primary and every voter should turn out and vote for his choice Of course if it was left to us we would say vote for James B McCreary He is a man tried and true and lets honor him by giving him the nomination and then elect him againMrs Anna Quinn and children of Paris are visiting Mrs J B Hayes Mrs Merrimee of Parisyis vis iting Mrs George Pope this wee- kIMr A Pennington has returned from Mt Vernon a very sick Mrs Oscar Argenbright is visiting relatives in Corbin this week hildren Cry FOR FLETCHERS CAST R I BliODHEAD Jno E Evans who has been traveling in the Pastern States for the Clamiberlain Drug Gb returned home Sunday for a two weeks vacation t Mrs L B Cable and daughter MiisEtta arc visiting relatives in the country this weekJ D Pike of Lebanon Junction spent a few days with homefolks last week Iron and Chester Walliu are visiting in Crab Orchardj H VanhookI of Burnside visited Mr T Cherry first of the week Shirley Tate was down from Mt Vernon Sunday Miss Rose Pike was in Stanford one day last week Jones Fish of Mt Vernon was in town Tuesday Walter Turpin was at home Sun day Mrs Will Stormes returned to her home at Corbin Tuesday after visiting relatives hereSev eral Masons from here spent St J jhns Day Saturday in Stanford Mrs Maggie Tucker and children returned home Sunday after a three weeks visit in Bluff Boone Mrs Henry Tharp and children Miss Margarite and Graveley FarI ris are visiting at Rileys this Dr G MFrith was in Stanford last weekon business Misses Ka tie Cass and Jewel Francisco left Wednesday for Lebanon to visit Mrs Alice Albright during the Chautau ua Messrs Joe Carter and Dick Al- bright attended the dance at Stan ford Saturday uightMr Mollie Durham has returned after spend- Ing a week with her son F L Dur ham at Mt VernonMrs J W Carter has returned to Springfield after spending several weeks with relatives here There are several new cases of measles in town Mr 1 P Mullins of Level Given visited his daughter Mrs R B Sams last weekUncle Milt Newcomb continues very lowCC- Cab1e of Marcellus was here Tae day and Wednesday Mrs Mary Albright is visiting in Casey this week Mrs Linda Benton and Miss Willie were in Stanford Monday Mr Bodell Thompson was in town Tuesday on business Mrs Dessie RiggsbyJ is visiting i PreacheruvilleJ Thos Cher ry Secretary of the RockcastIe County Fair Association Closed a Contract with Hoagalan Bros Hippodrome Shw and Millers Wild West Show at an expense of nearly 500 and has under consid eration a dea1 for a free exhibition of a car of thoroughbred stock from the noted Troutman Stock Farm at Nicholasyille Ky These attractions are something that has never been put on our fair and will add greatly to the usual program and without a doubt will greatly increase the attendance The F r Association is offering many flatter inginducemeuts that have never been offered before and we ex peCt to have the greatest iair of Us history Dont forget the date Aug 16 17 and 18 PINE HILL Houston Joidbn who has been sick for some time is slowly improving Mr and Mrs Casper Berry have moved into the green cottage formerly occupied by Mrs Barger Miss Delana Stao is worth returned to her home in Bell county alter spending a few vilts with friends and relatives hereMiss Maymie Litton of East Bernstadt is spending a few days with the family of her uncle Mr A H Mc Ferron on Breezy bil1MrsBelle Kinser is spending the week in LivingstonMr and Mrs Chas Baker of Corbin are visiting their parents here this weekSeveral the Pine Hill people attended the Holy Roller meeting at Living ston Sunday Mr Franklin Aller son is taking options tir tarms in wwtthis pe ta ps3pe 3c3 c MADAME Skirt Sale for One Week Only H ERE is just what you have been waiting for The Seasons Best Styles and Colors in QUEEN SKIRTS to be soldat half their value Panamas Vpils Serges Etc 750 Skirt Sale Price One Week 569 6 50 U H H u 498 U U II il6 00H 459P 5 50H 11 fir1 4 IfC3 98 sFr 4t 44 5001 4435O350 H Sl- H 2 75 i d See For Yourself These Are Great Values ASIGNOF QUALITY0 i At the same moment you step into a V4ALKQVERstore fe buys a pair of shoes thousands of other people in all parts of the world are do ing the same thing That is because the WALKOVER man is the sign of Quality and Satisfaction everywhere t V Good Qualify Low PJicefij SUTTON McBEE i l o tTJ riTtiJia1 o tI1fV1 I LJJ t rr Established 1887 DdgDK MI j To The People of Rockcastle Laurel Gounties i I am CLOSING OUT TO QUIT BUSINESS V- My entire stock of Dry Goods Notions Shoes Hats Gro ceries Hardware Stoves and Ranges Furniture and Wagons Everything New and Uptodate n I am going to sell the above good at Manufacturers cost and the sale will last as long as there is anything to sell a Come look around and let us you some prices yours truly v 1 V 1 Hii DAVISp i ft LIVINGSTON KYr I 1 3c yc x tion of building tI jiilroad to ther coal fields similar to the one he recently built out from Mt Ver nonJohn Gray has resigned as section foreman and Claud Mullins of Lebanon has taken his place Mr Mullins will move his family here next Monday J W Hilton has taken his fine three year old stallion Tom Covington to RoyI Beasley of near Orlando for train ingtr Beazley is an expert horseman and Mr Hilton is expecting great results from his training ODD FELLOWS REUNION r The members o the local lodges I 00 Fare very much interested in the great ReUnion of all Odd Fellows their families and friends throughout Kentucky and Southern Indiana to be held in Louisville Ky on Tuesday July ith The ReUnion will be held in Fontaine Ferry Park one of the greatest pleasure resorts in the United States To make the Reun ion one of especial importance the children of the Widows and Orphans Home at Lexington will be taken by special train to Louis ville and also the children of the Widows and Orphans Home at Greensburg Ind Preparations are being made to give these chit dren the greatest day they have ever had or ever will have Grand Sire John B Cockrum has been invited to be present and the Grand Master Grand Secreta ries and Grand Patriarchs of Illinois Indiana Ohio West Virginia Virginia and Tennessee have also been invited Many of them have already signified their intention of being present In Kentucky the Odd Fellowship has now 32000 members in Southern Indiana 20000 Every one of these 52000 members have been notified of this ReUnion Tne railroads in Kentucky have given a one fare for the round trip and the Indiana roads in the Lou isvjlle territOrv one and one half fare for the round trip One of the most enjoyable feat ures of the ReUnion isv the basket picnic Each family is expected to take their dinners in baskets and eat them picnic fashion Grand Master Gruber ol Kentucky and Grand Master Stipp of Indiapa are both exerting all their Influ ncetowardgettingeveryOddF o attend There one medicine that every t family should be provided with and especially during the summer months viz1 Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy jt is almost certain to be needed It costs but a quarter Can you Afford to be without it For sale by Chas pv Davis TAKilNr UpA black bore- weight about 200 pounds came U f my pl agolowner can same I damages i BIMGHAK SHEPHERD useti 3c rEC ALLOUTDOORS INVITES YOUR KODAK 200 to 6500 t v = f rx p t ASK CATALOG FOR 11 Kodak means progressive pleasure the pleasure of taking the pictures plus the greater pleasure of possessing ithem re h CHASE Ca DAVIS LEADING DRUGGIST Phone 39 MT VERNON KY oE36E PROGRAMME The Executive Board of Rockcastle Association will meet with Liberty Baptist Church near Bee Lick Saturdayand Sunday July 9thand 30th 1911 when the following pro gramme will be carried out viz The meeting will be called to order promptly at 130 p m Satur day by the Chairman I 1 DevotionalExercises Revs Jas Cummins and C CMet alf 2 Roll call of Churches 3 Discussion or Report The condition of the church work where I am pastor or member 4 What makes me a Christian Rev C K Carmical and Wm Bryant 5 What does God expect of a Christian RevsL D Gooch and James Barnes j 6 What does the world expect of a Christian Revs T C Duke and R N Gooch 7 The need of Baptist contending for strict discipline Revs F M Jones and D Parkert 73Qpr rit Lecture Subject Why I ama Missionary Baptist vfJ Rev A J Pike J SUNDAY MORNING L 830 am Conference of pastors and laymen 900 What are the needs of the Rpckcastle Association Revs Jas Cummins CG Metcalf and D Parkeriv2 1000 Systematicgiving to Missions Rev A J Pike and Noah Roberts 1030 Lecture The Faith Rev T C DukeS Adjournment Dinner SUNDAY AFTERNOON Sunday afternoon will be given to Sunday Schoolvork 2 1 The best system tobuildup our Sunday Schools 5 W H Sowder W C Owens and W B McClure 2 The relation of the Church tothe Sunday School iRevs Jeece and F M Jones4 3 Shouldwe teadhwhatBfcptist elieveV iff f xccj r Revs G KR Cacmical and A J Pike 230 General Talks if J 1 Every body invited to attend All churches in the Association are requested to send as many as three messengers Also make a contribution to the work We desire 100 frotheach church f butif you cannot reach that amount do what you can Insist that your pastor co eTbe inusic will be a special feature furnished byt4 Liberty h9irr V Jno Helton 1S B McClure Executive Boateli t R L Sniitli 7 L SmItbChmfRo r y i1 l BMcl i Sec nTt f e F MT VER QN SIGNAL FRIDAY June 30 t9II lulJlislzdever Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIGHT SUDSCItIPtION ONE YEAR L00 Advertising rates made known on ajplicaUon rMEMBER oft KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION Tomorrow is the Democratic Primary when candidates for the various State offices to be voted for at the coming November elec ting ate to be ncminatei The candidates seeking the nominations for the various offices are all good men and outside of the Governors race in which we have a very great interest it makes but little differ ence to us who the candidates are for the rest of the State offices any of them will look good to us and have our hearty support in the final windup For this reason the SIGNAL has had very little to say about the various candidates but the time has come when we all must make a final decision and for our part the following ticket looks goodFor United States Senator Ollie M James For Governor James B Mc CrearyFor Lieutenant Governor Ed ward J McDermott For Treasurer Thomas S Rhea For Auditor of Public Accounts Henry M Bosworth For AttorneyGeneral James GarnettFor of State C F Crecelius For Superintendent of Public In struction Barksdale Hamlett I For Commissioner of Agricul ture Labor and Statistics B F HillFor Clerk of the Court of Apt peals Robert L Greene Senator Paynter having with drawn from the race tor U S Sen ator Hon Ollie James has no op position as does O F Crecelius for Sec etary of State and Thomas Rhea for Treasurer but the names of each of these gentlemen will ap pear on the ballot just the same As for McCreary over Adams it is useless to make any arguement to most of the Roclccastle Ddemocrats They have always stood by McI Creary and will continue to do For Lieutenant Governor we favor Mr McDermott because of the strength we believe he will add to the ticket When the Hon 1 Ben Johnson withdrew from the race for the nomination itwas attributed to religious mutters rind Mr McDermott being of the same religious faith a Mr Johnson should have by this recqguiion some tendency to adjust any Iio iturbance that ma i have been caused by Mr Johnsons withdraw al and the feeling expressed by hiriV in his card iss ed when he vii drew from the race For Auditor ui Public Accoutj Henry Busworth is hard to bea and his familiarity with the du of the office mikes him a most Ides candidate For Attorney General James Garnett is our choice over Mr Pot lard however we know but little of these two gentlemen For Superintendent of Public Instruction Barksdale Hamlet seems to us best fitted He is es pecially prepared Jar the office aqd his success as head of the Hopkins ville School is evidence that he knows something of the needs of the school roomAf1For Commissioner of Agriculture Labor and Statistics B F Hill has several strong reasons why he should be given the nomination over J W Newman and G T Wyatt Hill is equally fitted for the place and has never before sought office while Mr Newman for years bas fed out of the public trough and Mr Wyatt comes from the same county of Thomas S Rhea who is already the nominee tor Treasurer His arguement that one county should not furnish two candidates has its weight For Clerk of the Court of Ap peals Robert L Greene because of his past record in that office looks to be a winner He made a model Clerk during his encumbers cy in the past which should entitle him to some recognition in theTn ture But give us McCreary and let the rest of the bunch be who they may and we will be satisfied- WASHINGTON NOTES The Democrats in Washington are making good their pledges tlfat they made to the people last fall The House of Representatives which is overwhelmingly Democratic has passed the Wool Bill by a majority of over two to one This bill cuts the duty in halfon raw wool and makes a like reduc tion in the tariff on manufactured woolen goods The effect of this bill if it ever becomes a law will enable the poor people and Ale middle classes to buy woolen girosf at reasonable prices a blessing ljbjt they have not enjoyed since the reign of Republicanism which began in the year of 1897 under Wm McKinley It is uncertain what the fate of this bill will be vthfen the Senate actson it as the Senate is still overwhelmingly Republican President Taft is just now placed in a most singular position and from a partisan standpoint a very u f v H agJRresRiveltroItVbiJI has i eiVed in the j Sen te come from the Democratic men hets wh regard it as a step in greatJuvmv Republicans are op nlv thefPic House f The Demo rats are endeavoring t estaMish a pxrcels post in the PlsOtfitDHmnt which all European covnrie enjoy byal llwitg articles of not over it lbs ii weight to he carried by the mails at a reasonabe rate However the Adams Ex ress Co The Southern Express Co the Wells Fargo Expressco and the United States Express Co are working with undimintshed courage through their own attorneys and through the many U S Senators which they absolutely own to prevent the government from establishing this of the fruits of the Democratic victory last fall are begin ning to develop in toe Depart meuts A number of small acts ot burglary by the Republicans in Washington have been unearthed For instance the picture of Mm R Day who was Secretary of State during Wm McKinleys administration was painted at the expense of the government The painter swears that he received 850 for the painting and that he signed a voucher in blank The voucher was then filled out- making it appear that the artist received 2450 for the painting In o her words some of the big thieves in the State department t robbed Uuncle Sam out of 1600 on the price of that painting It has also dfv lope that Senator fordoingIernment Senator Hale was a great Republican Dower in the Sen ate for 20 years and of course his power became so great that his friends and relatives enjoyed very unusual privileges in regard to Un tslincorners bvIthe near future IThe uniform success t that has attended the use ot Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea has made it a favorite everywhere uponIPoliceman To inebriated party whom he is trying to get home Shame on you Youre a married youI Shore Wouldnt not to hit em up about fwassent married A Philadelphia man slew his wife with a table leg Some men particularIAn would done just as well SOME LEFT We still have some few articles in the list of bargains quoted last week left on our shrives We have made thee prices in order to attractothers and those who take advantage are the ones who will be benefited Ladies Lowcuts and pumps in patent leather vici gun metaland velvet price cut onehalf Mens Shoes atprices never before offered by this or any other store in Mt VernonRAll 100 Underwear goes for V S9c iMens 125 Hats for I 7 75c Mens J 00II ll 50c rf w Best calico at 4 J2c yd Ginghams 5ctoJcperyd Korean Silk in white and lavendar sale price 35c cut to Jc Waist goods 30c values go at J 7c per yd Pure white linen at J9c per yard l k We are offering manyother bargains not quoted in tiiis list Come in and examine All sales at these prices strict lycash it CHAS McKENZEt I f MT VERNON KY I i3 3fccr d i t I 1 1 DEffiCATIONOF MASONS HOME Commander from All Over State Attended GRAND MASTER BURNAM LED DOlIlars1 Shelby ville a asrots from alU sec tions of Kentucky Were here in large numbers to attend the formal dedica tion of ihe Old Masons Home a beautiful structure erected one mile east of Shelbyville at a total cost includ ing the grounds of 60000 The exercises were under the au spices of Solomon Lodge No5 F and A M with Grand Master Robert R Burnam in charge of the ceremony in which all the grand lodge officers offi elated The Knights Templar from the De Molay and Louisville commanderiee turned out in force coming in special cars headed by the first regiment band Visiting knights were received at the station by Shelby Commandery No 32 with automobiles and carriages for the grand lodge dignitaries The parade formed in front of the courthouse and marched to the home where the following order of service was observed Invocation Rev A R Willett ad dress of welcome Rev B F Hunger ford dedication by the grand lodge of Kentucky most worshipful Grand Mas ter Robert R Burnam of Richmond presiding music address Rev Aquu la Webb Louisville music benedic tion TOBACCO CROP WILL BE SHOR- TFrankfortThat there will be no cropofclearly indicated By a thorough canvass just completed in all the impor taut tobaccoproducing sections of the country In many localities the farm ers after having had a somewhat pro longed period of advancing prices have become dissatisfied with a slight slump in the market and this has had a tendency to curtail the acreage to a certain extent The hot dry weather of the month of May was unfavorable for the divelepoment of the plants in the beds and the baked condition of the soil prevented favorable planting everywhere The very lateness of the season in many localities renders it a little more difficult than ordinarily to secure accurate data as to the acreage plant ed in tobacco this year In the large producing sections such as Kentucky North Carolina Virgina Ohio Tennes see Wisconsin and Connecticut a careful canvass has been made and the total apparent teage in all sec tions in 1911 amounts to 953658 acres Big Dcrease in Yeld Computations based on the average yield per acre for the past 10 years in the various states named indicate a total tobacco yield in the United States this year of 786410435 pounds The harvested acreage in 1910 was estimated at 1149831 acres with a yield of 931068695 pounds Jn the Ohio valley the crop is from two to three weeks late and a great deal depends upon the kind of grow ing weather from this date on In the blue grass section of Kentucky fear of early frosts is already causing some Harm of course this is a little premature In Wisconsin conditions are reported as the most favorable in many years The crop is all trans planted and the plants reported in a thriving condition The acreage Is above that of last year and the outlook seems good The Kentucky Planting The apparent area planted to tobac 20 in Kentucky the Greatest tobacco reducing section in the country or or that matter in the world amounts 10 282751 acres The average yield per acre in Kentucky under present growing conditions is not far from 350 pounds On this basis the 1911 acreage should yield approximate 20338350 pounds of tobacco ThE ertimate last fall for the 1910 cro showed a harvested area in Kentuck mounting to 375908 acreas jdelding iG52000 pounds of burley and 139 2J3400 pounds of dark a total o y36935400 pounds of tobacco gGECTICS ELECT OFFICERS Convention Next Year Will Be Held in the National Capital Louisville Officers were elected for the ensuing yearread Washington D C selected as the next meeting place at the sessions of the conven tion of the National Eclectic Medical association presidentDrvice president Dr G T Fuller of presldelltDrthird vice president Dr Nannie M Glenn of State College Pa secretary Dr William P Best of Indian apolis The meeting In Washington in TuesdayIn1 werebeingtween Steve Ratliff and Marion Spen cer over the attention they both had been paying a young woman Ratlin shot and instantly kilfed Spencer and made hs escape intothe bushes GOES TO KENjggSKY STATE Lexington Prof John J Tlgert who recently resigned the presidency ot Kentucky Wesleyan college at Win chester has accepted the chair of philosophy at Kentucky state university Rev Tolm L Clark a Methodist minister Is tbxbe president of Ken tucky Wesleyan college Louisville Miss Florence Mentz of this city and Miss Anna Grace md 4uatesT for Women M t J t r i wr ot C X I LADIES r t jit Yf w house cleanl g time is here No doubt 1to cheer up your rooms with a few Furniture brighten up the old walls with y i and the floors with New Rugs + INVITE YOU v 5 jS through my stock from beginning to J 1f the great bargains I have for you The jthe largest and most complete and the that I have ever made c A Shipment of Rugs Car iFRANCISPRING Mattings Just Arrived I i oAV3f THE FURNITURE MANy l iMT VERNON KY SjjpGigDJ Jr For Thi Kind You saw wa- slgnscnro of W T Dentist Mt Vernon Ky Home and office in the late residence Dr Myers formerly occupied on Old Main St Mt Vernon GLORIOUS FOURTH r By John Lair Hurrah for the Fourth the glorious Fourth Tis Uuncle Sams birthday you know And every one beneath the sun Their homage and love shall show On the Fourth of July in 1776 The day which we celebrate now Our forefathers swore to be free evermore And bravely they have kept their vow A man may be clad in rags And yet have a heart that is true He may fight for God and the right And the dear old Red White and Blue But he doesnt seem to honor the cause For which his forefathers died Seing is believing although appear antes may be deceiving Yet they are whgt the world goe by Then let us think of these things- on the Fourth As before us the Flag is unfurled Of all that our forefathers gave that Old Glory Might wave in triumph over the world Then go to Fishs before the Fourth of July Dont say Im alright as I am But get into a new Fish Suit and a Swann Hat to match And honor your dear Uncle Sam Then hurrah for the Fourth the glorious Fourth Tis Uncle Sams birthday yotl know And every ore beneath the sun Their homage and love should show This one is vouched for by Un thisjeekBill Dillion of county not England told us the i other day how old man Welcome Mullins put a boss on Sen Bradley The Senator was speaking nearI W elks home when the latter spentvitedthree days collectin jumpers which he put in a box an sunk in shallow water On the day of the fish X X3 JtJ MW GRANVILLE OWENS l iU DERTAKERI B rod head Ky Ii tr1 Promptly THE BIG CASHRAISING 5LO- R L U SANDlRiS- tarted Saturday June 24th and Sates urday I 12000worth of goods be sacrificed in R this great eight days sale fJL L SAUNDERS CRAB ORCHARD 3cc CJX fry Welk took the Senator down to the crick and says When I crack these two limestone rocks together a fish will Crack em said the Senatqr Welk out in o the wat er near the sunken box of fish and smote the stones together and dipped his hand into the hid den box When he brought em out he had a two pound jumper by the gills He repeated this four times Thatll be about enough for two it Senator asked Welk But the Senator was too to reply He was thinking about the parable of the loves and fishes You never med to tun with a couple of fishermen named Simon an Peter did you1 asked the atorAint eD1 no body in the hull nei borhood named Simon or Peter either answerd Welk I Senator never did know how Welk caught them untili it was told on him in a crowd one day Whooping cough is not danger ous when the cough is kept loose and expector ition easy by giving Bbarafterlains Cough remedy It has been used in many epidemics of this disease perfect success For sale by Chas C Davis COMPLETE LINE Coffins Caskets and Robes hiAll Mail Telegraph or Tele phone orders Filled I qS Ends July S to KY appear walked then wont amazed The fiish with If you want to run your friends awav according to Jerome aftyou have todo is to keep qn telling them about our troubles J1 Misery likes cqrnpany but flirt abest thing to do is to keepuway from such company f WANT A FUR If you dp it will pay you to write us We have a great many desira ble farms offertile productive p51 located throughout Cen ralandd Nolth Central Kentucky Jn size from the smallest to the largest with corresponding prices Gcod pikes splendid schools desirable neighbors convenient to railroad facilities and well improved blue grass lands Several exchanges Write us the kind of farm you want and we will send list = Central Kentucky Real Estate Company LmDANONv KY t June 304t f F 1000 50 t fr 2 f N SIGNAL u IMIVERNON RY June 30 1911 I Call tipNo7q when you antto Cqmmuni cute wjth SIGNAL 79 Ii Q ltouitviLtc d RR cd t lMjC1 J4 22 north 455 P m 24 north 352 a m r 123soufh 1144 a m 21 South m JAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 1Entered at the Mt vernon Ky P swice as secondclass maiLraatteri r CharlieAdatnsvas over from 1 jl F F Robbins of the Copper creek sectiori t asvheFeNf tin was ui town Monday t W H KinegCTHhas returned from a teidayiip WVifgimaV1 S T Proctor is in Livingston building aTesidente for JA Oli = i ver t1 Misses Bernice RutKand Louise landrum visited Paris friends during the week James S Burrows of Lowell paid a vlsitrto Tils 61d1seho6lrtnate James Maret this pTacereeently- Mfes lyctelgra6nV of Wildrei has been visiting liit sister Mrs Robert Langfofd for the past week i 3 L BL ifVi pliver and Marior J ainlin three if Living stonieadin Mefcharitsj wefe here first ofthe week Ii Mrs daughter Mary Elizabeth spent two weeks atf rBrookldndt the elegant farm of Dr GB Lawrence near Level Greet Mr a dlMrs C CIavisand children Mrs Sussie Miller and little 1iSS Ada Brown were with Mr and Mrs Mauric Brown at ti East BernsU4 betWeenitrain Sun day fit f I 1 i 14- a r q fL f I For Men and Boys j u f1 e t1 e an D CLOTHiNG SHOES HATS flu Furnish ings Boys Old Father Time left Sprtng out of his calendar this year Winter lingered till hit scorching summer arrived and Inconsequence of these unusual weather conditions weare loaded with a large surplus stock which Must Now Be Soldnomatter how great thesacriftce In order to sell surely and quickly we on Saturday J u n 224tha ten dayssale of great magnitude The stock is the largest we ever offered and the saving so striking that no man who cares for the value of his dollar can afford to miss this opportunity Look over your clothing need and come while ithe stock is ants best Terms Cash To Allv J r i Fishs Guaranteed Clothes introduction these In this cleanup offering youll find practically an unbroken stockof snappy new Spring and Sumner in and weights suitable for any season and sizes that very man cah1e pei fec +Iylitt d T i j ILJereeria f Frteeis Thtr the11tiSuits for J50 ii r Suits for 975 R1 1 VERM PERSONAL Lena home begin We have the clothes artc1you hive the cash LETS GET TOGETHER Remembetjthedate JunJt24 July and r m oI2I9a setk have perfecgrad Miss Fannie Butner will teach the Buckeye school W G Niceley was here from Berea this week on business Mrs Allen Hiatt of the Oak Hill section is very sick Clyde Huffman of Paris is the guest of Miss Annie Fishback i Homer Wallin jyas here during the week from Oakdaie Tenn MTjandMrsPC HIullins spent Sunday with relatives the Oak Hill section f HfBen D GatUff jd Morelan4- Sullivan yere here from Williams burg last Friday W H Jones the Wjldie merchant and farmer wits here a few hours Monday Rev Green Fish of Oak Hill will preach at the Christian church Sunday morning Russel Brown was here a few hours Friday on his way home at Stanford from u Mr Frank JellicoIisville was in He is a frequent visitor of late J vjqdej T Adams has returned fronj the LfQb aon hospital arid looks the partpf a well man agauV Dr and Mrs W A Browji of Parksv4Ue were the Ees sjft and Mrs Chas C Davis last week Sam Cummins who has a good position at Cairo Ill arid Bill j Cummins of Livingtonare here with their parents for a few days stay Miss Virginia Davis is visiting her brother N Davis at Lancas and will visit relativesat Shelby City before returning She took the two little Henderson childrej with her Mrs Charles Smedley Nield oj Louisville will leave the middle ofi July for New York and sail for rope to spend the summer with her daughter Mrs LBenjamin Bayless at her appartment in Vienna Mr Nield will go over later and accpm puny his wife home Ike Snodgrass is hee from Co lorado for a short visit and to look after some business matters Ike looks to be enjcymgthe best ol health and says that the health of his mother who is now making her home with him in Colorado is splendid considering her advanced vetf j r lst 1 r t h o ww i i t u Jarvis J Brown was in from Level Green Tuesday Miss Lucy HaU of Knoxville is the guest of Judge and Mrs S D Lewis Mrs and1 JrsTIlu11ins are the proud parentsof a fine 8 i4 pound nfgirlbaby Jesse and Henry Md rronqt Brjeezv Wi y p4Eri7f a few daysnh Luther Cummins is all smiles over theatvalof ofgnewgiclbal at his house Miss Ruth Mullins has been with her cousin Miss Carrie Kaulgerof Corbin during the week toy E Rader was over from Jackson Saturday He will teach the Chestnut Ridge school again this yean Miss McCoVd and Miss Claudia Dodson of Brown Memorial School were in Maryville Tenn from Friday till Monduy Mr and Mrs Carter McDowell and Scott Pitt man were down horn East Bernstadt fist 01the week visiting the famil9 fSR Daily Ben Grin has rettirued from the Bowling Green Business Gql rage Hi sidter Miss Cora who entered at the same time he djd will continue her shprthaudcour during the summer term L LOhA L r F F Robbins sold to John Cress 1g head of 150 p nclhogsat 5 I c The splendid rains bad tt1 fist of week was a great relief to parched lands I Rockcastle should give McCrea ry J the Model Go er orwho is a staiirich friend ofour people rousing majority in tomorrows primary jack Hansel picket up a dozen or so of old musket balls in awheat field just west or town that were firectby the soldiers in target Practice ini864 i Preaching services will be held at the Raptist church Suuday July 2nd by the pastor Subject at the n oclock hour What we knowJ fist john 314 Evening subject 00nfessionM Romioro Sunday SchoolIQaiii The pub lie ire cordially jnyjteS tb affrid all these services i l 4 1i JL r fhiot t4 tm pr If youare not satisfied with your purchases we your money We Guarantee Satisfaction I to 6 Hog buyers find budforsaiein this county Good Shoes and good cipthingatr = SuTTON s McBKES Frii Krnegers concrete storeroom on West main is treating coin pletion Wf H Brown wasaoiut from Garrard countyfirst9twiek shjp mnj pambs from Brodhead The wheat crop is reported to be thelbiest qiuiiity produced in the i U1tyf9r some years past When tbinliuof sboijtbtnit of Sutton McBees gopd shoes They sell the best at the lowest pricesAll differences 01 vital impor t in ce will soon be smothedove and Our town will continues in its progressive path Owing to the ser vice given by the gasoline lamps recently tried for this jwm the Trustees have abandoned their use and shipped the equipment back to the factory FOR SAirMy farmpf 60 acres welL timber dd watered with good fence nica growtng crop on dame Call briaddress j JWOlIVERt June 30 fit Ottawa Ky Wt anyhow the agony wilf soon be dyer After Saturdaythe knowing ones will approach you with time remark I told you so when the fact of the business was they didntknow aidarn thing about itDanville dv ateIDates have Djeen Pu fished for holding fifty or more county fairs in Kentucky this yean The earliest is Hopkins county beginnin- gitilYi9The latest Js CaHowav con u t y dos October 4 Rock castles fair at godhead is billed for August 16 17 andvjrJ8 Ken tricky State Fair at Louisville Sept ir to 6 Sf C Franklin has received through the chief railroad watch Inspector at Chicago notice of his as inspector of train mens timekeepers of this territory of the L N with at Livingston appointmen t was made on the reccommendatioi of Chief Dispatcher Lemons ani Suyder r lrtf S For Men and Need No clothes fit bet ter wear longer or hold shape better than styles colors W BereaSunday refund unsatisfactory appointment headquarters School Book at Sutton 8c Mc Bees and a fine line of Shoes Clothing andDry Goods One of the wprst things about bearing a grudge is that the bearer is the only one who is like ly to be burdened much by it partyIng promises not to shoot while its be ing paced thereon 1iiJ Art c Jnsh j of Yayul lack the venerable father of W S Fish of this place on last Friday cele brated hs 8oth birthday by haying his children grandchildren and many other relatives present at his commodious home and enjoy a sumptuous dinner a cithe day in general Mr Fish is remarkabl well preserved carrying his years as lightly as the average men of 60 and besides looking after his banking business rides horseback over his large farm and personally su perintends almost detail on his pl ceHis son and familywent up from here tdbe present at the gladsome occasion Interior Jour nal TO THE REPUBLICANS OF R CKCAST E COUNTY In obedience to the call of the Republican State Central Commit tee of Kentucky and tile rules governing the Republican organization the Republican voters of Rockcas tle county are hereby called to meet in mass Convention aj the Couit House at Mt Vernon Ky on Saturday July 5th i9i r at i oclock P M standard time for the purpose of selecting delegates to attend the Republican State Convention which will convene in the city of Louisville ICy Tuesday July nth i9ii at 1230 P M the said State Convention being called for the purpose nominating can didates for Governor Lieutenant Governor Attorney General Auditor Treasurer esInstructionLabor and Statistics and Clerk of the Court ot Appeals to be voted for at the November election 1911 Very respectfully I U G BAKBR Ohm AGy LovEU SCCY JtAri r irJl r Q f i gg Suits for 15OO 1650 Suits for 1250 Look for the Sign ofthe nun nnn ntnl gitnn tntn nttn 00 A Home Institutioh This bank is a borne institution Our loans are made right horcat JJJj homo to our good farmers and business men It is a home institution S for our honk people We will pay you good interest on Your idle 5 funds Make a deposit aud then pay your Trills with your check It is very simple convenient aiuLsafe Call and we = plain the many a alvahtagea of a checking account You personalli M have a receipt which cannot be disputed The endorsed will be returnedWyoUiscincoiltesiible proof of the payineutpf the bill II Yonr money is safe deposited an this Vank credit If yOu iai =ry it in YOUr pocket or lea e it at home it may Ife lost or Come in and let us tall these matters over with you sto1enIf iI SA N QFMt ERNO IINCORPORATED MT VERNON KENTUCKY fi il1 11 111il1 11111 111 ttIalMrs James Rickels has been very sick this week kslareThe potato crop is said to be very short throughout the county If you cant boost dont croak Get Your McCormick Mowers and repairs at Fishs W H Lewis bought a nice cow and calf of J W Oliver of Ottawa for 4a- Oats r V will not turn out more than a half tialyield this season on ac count of the drouth Earuy and Opie Herrin are h re- spreadingthe plaster on Kruegers new concrete store building Those desiring free information on Simplified spelling may get same by addressing Simplified Spelling Board i Madison Ave New York Hop RENT OR SALEA four room coitagein Sparks Davis Addition and afo ir room cottage jn Asher additi6 boch new build ings Also atwo stQiy residence Lon Main street to rent lill Sept i WM BULLOCK Jun sotf Jv1t Vernon Ky MrE C Walton the former editor ofthe rnteriorJournrtl but now engages in newspaper work in Florida has our sympathy in his s dbereavemet1ti the loss of his wife who dtedlat week at the hospital at Atlanta The remains were to Stanford their old home forimrial i v J ll My splendid Jersey bull will maketheseason at my place eat K Money due when cow is turned in i maY26tfGuSSTAVERSON STRAYEDBlack and whiteIspotted sow shoat with crap off right ear Weight about 55 lbs June 233t JOHN FRAKRS Mt Vernon Ky Fox SAIE A pure bread bull calf short horn solid red 5 riionths eta One mile westof Maretburg churchr J Fr IEWIS jrine233t f The vote in Saturdays election v4 on the bond issue for the Graded School resulted in a vote df 136 to 20 for the bonds A number otr necessary improvements will be made including an extra room it NoTicHaving decided to V move to the mountains and desir ing to close up my business at this if place I respectfully ask all parties indebted to me to please call and 7 settle account at once J B FARRIS J p Brodhead Ky 5 The woman of today who has good health good temper good sense te5yes and a lovely complexion tbe result of correct living and good digestion wins the admhratidri of the world Jf your r digestion is faulty Chamberlains iStomach and Liver Tablets will correct it For sale by Chas C DavisOhudxEn Cry1f jr fOR l C AS T OR I f ri5S- r C i Jr Z rWELCOAE WORDS S TO WOMEN Women who suffer with disorders peculiar to their sex should write to Dr Pierce and rcceiefree the advice ofa physician of over 40 years experience a skilled and successful specialist in the diseases ofwomen Every letter of this sort has the most carefulconsideration and Is regarded as sacredly confidential Many sensitively modest women write fully to Dr Pierce what they would shrink from telling to their local physician The local physician is pretty sure to say that he cannot do anything without an examination U Dr Pierce holds that these distasteful arc generally need less and that no woman except in rare cases should submit to themIDr Pierces treatment will cure you right in the privacy of your own hors II Favorite Prescription has cured hundreds of thousands some of them the worst ofcases It is the only medicine of its kind that is the product of a regularly graduated physician The only one good enough that its makers dare to print its every ingredient on its outside wrapper Theres no secrecy It will bear examina tion No alcohol and no habitforming drugs are found in it Some unscrupulous medicine dealers may offer you a substitute Dont take it Dont trifle with your health Write to Worlds Dispensary Medical Association Dr R V Pierce President Buffalo N Ytake the advice received and be well Are You Nervous IWhat ksyou nervous It is the weakness of your womanly constitution which cannot stand the strain of the hard work you do As a result you break down and ruin your entire nervous system Dont keep this up Take Cardui the Womans tonic Cardui is made from purely vegetable Ingredients It acts gently on the womanly organs and helps them to do their proper work It relieves pain and restores health in a natural manner by going to the source of the trouble and building up the bedily strength I IeMrs Grace Fortner of Man W Va took Cardui This is what she says about it I was so weak and nervous I could not bear to have anyone near me I had fainting spells and I lost flesh every day The first dose of Cardui helped me Now I am entirely cured of the fainting spells and I cannot say enough for Cardui for I know it saved my life It is the best tonic for women Do you suffer from any of the pains peculiar to women Take Cardui It will help you Ask your druggist Write to LAUe Advisory Dept Chattanooct Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn for Sptcial InstructioifAnd Gipase book Home Treatment for Women sent free I50Y I WE USE 1 And dont have to grease but once a week a Me in Louisville by CHAS C STOLL OIL CO If m You TAKE ARDW IWornans DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE Jfl UNCSTAKE IlI Our line of Couch Caskets jjj 1S unexcelled m Handmade Coffinsfurnislied w Hearse sent to all parts of the CountytAll orders by Wire Promptly Filled Wf A COX t XYtFree FreeAB- SOLUTELY FREE A NICE PRESENT JULY 15 TO SOME CUSTOMER OF OUR STORE Just to keep you thinking of the liveliest store in this section and to show our appreciation of your patronage we are now offering June 17 free choice of a HANDSOME CHAMBER SET THEYRE 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 I Pay nothing for the above beautiful presents All you have to do is to write your name ona card and guess at ar numbers hidden under a gold seal on the card Eyery time you buy 100 worth from us for cash YOU GET A GUESS FREEthe more you buy the more guesses you get and 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 not need a dol lars worth come any how and we will give you tickets showing amount of your purchase and when you have bought a dollar Y worth bring in the tickets and get your guess free REMEMBER we give away one of the above useful presents JULY 15 sodont miss any opportunity of coming to our store when in need of goods in our line for we always guarantee our price and quality to be equal or better than anybody else and these nice presents arejust that much extra gained by OUR customers Your friends ROBTr B GXrM- TPfONE7 VBBNQN KY r S 1Ir PROF CHAS G HAMMOND NEWPORT KY Superintendent of Newport Schools and Prominent in the Kentucky Educational Association u BLUE GRASS BOY TALKS Tells Some Big Pieces of Truth to Wis consin Audience SpringfieldAt the state university commencement in Milwaukee a Ken tucky student representing the college of law told of the rapid development if the new south He was Samuel Barber of this city and he said In part ipon the topic The Awakening of heSouthThe of Edward Doug tas White to the important position jf chief justice of the supreme courts a most significant event in the his ory of the rejuvenated and awakened outh Since about 1S95 a potent force tas been quietly working Today the whole world is aware that it is a iourishing and progressive section In addition to the long strides vhlch have been taken in agriculture Ate commercial growth has been qually encouraging The material tnd educational development of the south has brought to the foreground wo vital problems The relation to immigration and the effect of the reawakening upon the political situation Rut the new south is becoming con cious of its possibilities along ma erial lines and fast is becoming bet er able to contribute its share to the national prosperity FUNDS WANTED FOR CAR Louisville Appealing for funds with which to carry on a fight against tuberculosis a letter was sent out by the Kentucky association for the Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis to the wholesale jobbers and manu facturers of Louisville whom the mem bers of the association believe to be interested in the battle against the great white plague The association proposes to extend the itinerary of the Free Traveling Health Exhibit Car so as to take in every part of the state The car and transportation will be furnished by railroads doing business in Kentucky RATKILLING DAY NAMED CarlisleGreen R Keller grand high commander of the Rat Slayers has issued a proclamation calling on all of the citizens of Nicholas county to observe July 3 as a day to kill rats Annually on May 27 for a number of years Mr Keller has led the slayers against the rats with the result that hundreds were killed but as that day 31wasFAILED IN THE ATTEMPT White PlainsAn unsuccessful attempt was made to rob the farmers bank here A charge of dynamite was placed against the safe door and a fuse attached but the robbers appar ently were frightened off when they got this far in their work for when the bank was opened it was found that the fuse had not been lighted- CarlisleCongressman William J Fields of this district has named Henry Bramblet of this city for appointment to the naval academy at Annapolis SHERIFF LOST THE CASE County Officers Sued Estate For Taxes- on Government Bonds ILexlngtonOre of the most im and peculiar suits which has been on the docket of the Fayette circuit court came to an end when Judge Charles Kerr ordered the case dismissed at the cost of the sheriff who had sued the estate of the late R T Anderson for five years taxes claimed to be due on government bonds loaned by Mr Anderson to the First National and Fayette National banks of this city The sheriff claimed that as the bonds were used as a ae posit In the United States treasury to secure the circulation of the banks notes the indebtedness of the banks to Mr Anderson constituted a chosen action which was taxable An amended petition of the plaintff al leged that the Fayette National bank was fndebted to the estate In the hands of the executors to the amount of 60000 for 60 registered i per cent United States bonds that while technically a loan were in reality a sale o O O F REUNION Great Good Time ExpectedWidows- and Orphans to Be Entertained Louisville The I O O F reunion of Odd Fellows will be held here Tuesday July 1L A special feature of the reunion will be the entertain ment of the children of the widows and orphans home of Lexington and the Widows and orphans home n Greensburg Indwho will be taken to Louisville on special trains Grand Sire John B Cockrum has been invited to be present and the grand masters grand secretaries and grand patriarchs of Illinois Indiana Ohio West Virginia Virginia and Tennessee have also been invited Many of them have signified their in tention to be present Kentucky Odd Fellowship has now 32000 members PASTOR ACCEPTS CALL Elizabethtown The ReV W E Sweeney of Baltimore has been ChrisIchurches at once The Rev D W Scott the former pastor of the two churches succeeded the Rev Mr Aveeney as the pastor of the First Christian church at Evansville Ind and the Rev Mr Sweeney will succeed the Rev Mr Scott here which is a rare occurrence in church annals INEWSTATION FOR PARIS Paris Tlxe Suiegrass Traction Co will begin inn fevf the erection of a handsomlr1irlc1and cut stone passenger and freight station at the corner of Fifth and High streets to replace thepresent building which an swers the purcQse The big interur ban cars used on the FrankfortVer saillesNIcholasville lines will be run on this also as workmen are building a Y switch for their use in entering the Paris station t MONEY CANNOT BUY A BETTER PAINT JP THAN BANNAS 6REENSEAL The Paint possessing every essential quality Nothingin itbut what should be there s Nothing lacking that will improve it Pigments scientifically combined and finely ground in Pure Linseed 011The Made to Weaitf Paint that outwears all others and that in wearin away does so jpradu alyjeayin a perfectsurface for repainting i n FOR SALE R- YNNOEfT MtYernnKy 1OJ a- I i 2i BEGIN SOON The ist of Jtily will witness aI tfOnrterful chat ge along the L Nailroad system The tele phcne will take the place ol the telegraph Jr dispatching trains The L Ns one ot the first roads to use this up to theminute system showing itti great effort to be pefect aC1cidents down as they are sent and deliver ed the operatoi and all the dis patcher fire able to keep even a more complete retor of all that transpires than if using the telegraph Practically the only differ ence between the two systems is that the telephone uses direct con versatton and the telegraph only written words transmitted by the comparatively slow Morse alphabet WHU the telephone the dispatcher gets in closer personal touch with everv man on the road through the use ef that instrument than he ever was able to do with the telegraph DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED by local applications as the can not reach the diseased portion ol the ear There is only one Jay to cure derfntss and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused bv kn inflamed condtion of the mucous lining of the Eustach- Ian Tube When this tube is in flamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect I earing aid when it is entirely closed Deafness is the result and unless the inflaraation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine uses out of ten are caused by Catarrh which is nothing hut an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot he cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars fre F I CHINRV Co Toledo 0 Sold by Druggists 750 Take Halls Family Pills for constipation rOW ROUND TRIP FARES QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE The Queen 8 Crescent Route announces lowfare1 will he in ef JulyI8th Ask ticket fagent for particulars W A BECKLER Gen Passenger Agent RW DYCHE DENTIST MT VERNON KY Office at residence on Main St Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty Work guaranteed yFORCASTO R fA Court and Lodge Directory COURTS 41teks4th3rd Monday in August three weeks Quarterly Court 1st Monday in each month County Court 4th Monday in each month Mt Vernon Police Court 3rd Monday in each mouth LODGES Ashland Lodge No C4o F AM meets iii the 2nd and4th Monday in each month ut 1305 Mt Vernon Royal Arch Chapter meets at 2 p in on the 1st Monday iu each month Land ruin Council No 69 meets 3rd day in each month at 730 pv in Franklin Chapter Order Eastern Star meets 2nd and 4th Thursdays at 73i p m Mt Vernon Lod f No 319 I O O F meets every Saturday evening at 7 oclock wr h ILtiiJJA PERCENTii1silnilatilttt1111iQanil da hll jleIOIICIftISaAd110ti11ISOt LdoI II PromofesDtgestionClttelfuI illll nessandRestContalnslldI1 oI OpiwuMorphlne norNtwraL NOT NARCOTIC ra OldA tom d lSefleSti oIfrmIedI- 9I IWorltZSComutsionsFewrisk tress an t oF SLEEa oI Si at- I wli ilFutSuwle NEW YORR 1tstriae un r Food Exact Copy of Wrapper r t Q Mj i d IlfTDllA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signatureof Ini MI Use For Over Thirty Year- srCASTDRIA New tt1tt1tttt1t t11t11t11t1tt11t1t1t1t 1tt1t11 IV WE HAVE w ACCOUNTS 5 i As small as a dollar as large as thousands r of dollars 3E= s- E her of single dollars E This fact ought to encourage those who earn mod = erate incomes E Iti6u 2littbiri3ucethemtOTdosometliiiig toward == accumulating a worthwhile provision for the fu = ture =w = We maintain that a savings account at this bank = an account in which the owner is REALLY IN 3E TERESTED is an investment hard to beat = Yours truly = o PEOPLES BANK PHONE 463wunUUUUUU1UUU1U1H1UUU 11U11111111111111111111111111111 R wnnnnitn nnnn1nnnnttntnnttnnttnnnnnnnnlnt w Ix1 VERNON DI3KET DO Ir PRACTICALUNDERTAKERS 3 FUNERAL DIRECTORS = AND iS- EMBALMERS z Mt Vernon Kyr COUCH WETALIC CASKETS 3- E Coffins and Robes E Livened Embalmer win have charge of that line of = work for the company = w Orders by wire promptly tilled Hearse sent to all points = GEORGE OWENS Manager 3 E Office Mt Vernon Monumental Building PHONE 111 = 111111 111111111111ill111111111 1111111111J1111111111111111111111111111111 HAW ABOUT YOUR WATCh DOES IT KEEP CORRECT TIME J f IFNOT WHY NOT + ff you are haying any such trouble about your watch bi clock just turn it over to ns and if it does not run all OiK iitWilll idst you nothing We guarantee our work Give usia frialy We do till kinds of soldering and repair work S FRANK MOOREnAT DR S C DAVIS 1RUG S-TOREMTVt1 CryFOR OAS5TORI