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Digital page images are linked to the text file. e3 1 o I 11 azlPublished Every Fridaye VOLUME XXIV MT VERNON ROCI CASTLE COUNTY KY FRIDAY JULY 14 1911 NUMBER 42 MiIIYJ ny rAIlliALCOHoL s PEIt CESr Vgefable PreparationfarAs p z FoodamIRegulaling PromolesDtgesfionfhee- ch nessandRestContnlnsnet- a OpitmtJ for hint norNi 1NOT NA COTIC eIt11LritikuFJ1Y1d A Srrd 4 lljrA7drrdrrd r o Ie Ci llaaSrrd gordrd Jta AperfectllemedyforConsf P b tiVormsConwlsionsFevcrls rl nessandLossoFSLEEPt FacSinile Signature r NEW YORK 82ffy runteeun Exact e hood Copy of Wrapper uultIttnun IRnul CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of In UsestJ4y For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA Strong Healthy Women If a woman is strong and healthy in a womanly way moth erhood means to her but little suffering The trouble lies in the fact that the many women suffer from weakness and disease of the distinctly feminine organism and are unfitted for motherhood This can be remedied Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription 3Cures tho weaknesses and disorders of women It acts directly on the delicate and important organs concerned In motherhood making them healthy strong vigorous virile rod elastic Favorite Prescription banishes the indispositions of the period of expectancy and makes babys advent easy and almost painless It quickens and vitalizes the feminine organs and insures a healthy and robust baby Thousands of women have testified to its marvelous merits It Makes Weak Women Strong It Makes Sick Women Welt Honest druggists do not offer substitutes mid urge them upon you as lust as good Accept no secret nostrum in place of this on secret remedy It contains not a drop of alcohol und not a grain of habitforming or injurious drugs Is a pure glyoeric extract of healing native American rpcjitoj v tntnnitntlnHnTtnnHntn WnttntntnnnnnnnnHnntnU w WE HAVE- ACCOUNTS I-w i w a As smallas a dollar its laVge a t flipiigands = Eof dollars V Y w aw And no matter how Jorge an account mays be Eerealize that it is made up of a certain num dollarsw = = This fact ought to encourage those who earn mod E erate incomes It ought to induce them to do something toward = fua= = ture w bankw == Can account in which the owner is REALLY IN = TERESTED is an investment hard to beat = = r Yours truly 3 w ww PEOPLES BANK = r PHONE 46 E1UUI1I1i lUllUlU1U1UI1IUIUI lU1UUI1UlI1111111I1Uli11l11l ennnlHtnit t tnnnntntnntlntnntnnnnnttntHtntntn rw i VERNON BKET DO 1 PRACTICAL 3UNDERTAKERS 2 FUNERAL DIRECTORSAND 3 EaiBAULKKS 3 Mt Vernon Ky = 2 COUCH MET ALIO CASKETS 3- ECoffinsand Robes 3gLicened Embalmor will have charge of thatlineoff work for the company 3 EOrders by wire promptly tilled Hearse sent to all points 23 E GEORGE OWENSMan3ger 3= Office Mt Vern Monumental Building PHONE 112 llttUIUUlM= lidl11111Uflinu1il11ilUlnlnll1111111111i tr 1 t i JUDGE L W BET URUMt Who was nornimted for Auditor of Public Accounts by the Republican Convention which met in Louisville Tuesday O D Bryant was called home latter part of last week on the ac count of the death of his aunt Mrs Mat Ballard was here Fri day and Saturday Last wednes- day evening a crowd of young folks surprised Miss Annie Walton at her country home on Klondyke by having tacky party Those present were Misses Nettie Rice Carrie Farley Carrie Ganes Alice ward Christine Asher Harvie Rider Messrs L H Rice Arthur Rice Walter rice W E Gray Reece Ward JoeChildress ani1 Viyjll Kreuger Mr and Mrs L H Davis Mrs Crouch Chaperoned- All Deported a nice time J H Browning of the Gauley section who has been very sick for some time is slowley improving Uncle George Pope who has been confined to his bed for some time is somewhat improved S E Pennington is on the sick list this w ek L H Davis made a fly inn trip to Mt Vernon Monday Mr and Mrs FenWIck are visiting relatives in Springfield Mr and Mrs C E Rice has returned home after an extended is tout Plkelhaveby Mr Witt Christine McFerrou and little Miss Norlean Childress were in our town mondayMiss Margie McCIary and Miss E Fish of MtVernon ware the charm ing guests of Miss Lida Cook Frid day and Saturdav Mrs W M Preston is visiting relative in l3ostonMrs S E Coitex is visiting relatives In Leh Jet and Louisville = Mrs Carrie Graves ofI Paris is visiting her brother W oflCrabBrowninglHss Magie Pitman o Pittsburg is visiting her sister Mr 4 W M SamsMisChristineI SaturdaMwith Miss Annie Walton ather home on Klondyke Miss A1li DYcheofLontlon is the guest of Miss Georgia AmyxMiss Nora PfTrett of MiVernon is visitin the Misses Penniugton Miss Mattie Chestnut is visiting Miss Alma and Nora PopeMiss Minnie Farlin of Pine flings vis ating her brother L G Faelin Mrs A W Boenrn has returned home after a few days visit with relatives at PifksilleMrB Hagan has returned from a trip to Louisville Miss Annie Mae Miller of M tVernon was here between trains Saturdav W M Warren assistant bridge foreman of Hazel Patchjhasmov d in his 0 property recently purchased drouMs been broken and rains copious quantites but the dry went h er has injured early potatofS and gardens rMeadbws this locality ca failure S TU Proctor of ttVernonf an expert carpenterls uipa dwelling J r a AOliver whi ch I i f r promises tobe a beautyMr and Mrs T Meadows of MtVernon were visiting Mr and Mrs J A 01 ver Saturday and Sunday Walter Browning sou ofJ H Browning is very low with typhoid feverDrs Webb and Amyx and A N Bently were dtligates to th ixepublicau Convention in Louts ville Judge H D Magee hay purchased a house and lot from G W Griffin on Main 3t Price learnedA little child of Mr an Mrs T C Welch is very sick a 7WBourneDrqnunond have returned from a tripto Lebanon and Mammoth cave and report a nice timeMr J P E Drummonds informs us whil he was on his trip he paid Mr C J Q gins a visit Mr Qaiggias is located at Elizabeth town andis doing well We are glad to kno this for Mr Quiggins is a spleud- iellowJudge Fau ker o Ba boursville was here between trains Monday on his way to the Repub lican convention at Louisville Mrs C A Blanford has returne from a visit to relatives at Parks villeRy J Leuiouds is in odf Mr and Mrs John Burdines is very sickMiss Lyda Cook has returned from a visit to relatives tsJviaiting her sister Mrs Ed Quinn Paris this efkMr and Mrs W Griffin and Mr and Mrs Egbert Hayes alter spending one week at Jelhco have rcturued to Livingston and will in a few days tenth to his home in Cincinnati Miss Essie Pike has returned from u visit to relatives at Hazelpatch Miss Ella Mae Blanford and lVli Harvie Rider with some frien anCtook some snap shot photograph Thursdaye typroperty belotg ngto WB u ue return to London when he gets fir 1trickBorti to the wile ofJ R afrid are doing wellThe promiseses verylowMrrigyoung peoples iBble class at the isprgressingI sionsIthat numtber churofmorningJohnht visitiirg fits brother Dr Wv T Amyx Mrs W Ar Eubants of Cov qeorgeICOOk i r day W G Rig ers is clerking for the Livingston Grocery Co and they could not secure a better man Mr and Mrs James McGuire alter a visit ofa few days here atEastclerking for E L Cockerell The R M K Flour Co have moved their stock of goods to the Masonic brickFor not writing lat week theEditor ac uses us of being afflicted with the same disease as our friend W M Hicks but we wish to plead not guilty We wish tohave this to say we are not a woman hater and to the contrary say when God created woman be wade the most beautiful creatures ihatinhabit the earth her sparkling eyes her bewitching smiles her musical voice there is nothing so beautiful No wonder we use the words of the poet How lovely are thy works oh nature Our intention was to wait and see il Hicks was successful and in case he was it was then cur aim to embark on the matrimonial tide and in case he was not then our intent ions was to forever remain silent So you see Mr Edwe have the right view of the subjectTbe primary is over and the men of our choice were nominated which is equivelent to election Now the Republicans are in convention selecting their standard bearers and selecting a ticket to be slaughtered this fall We gave them a sample last November and our belief is that we will give them another this Now is the time for party harmony and if the democrats will do their full duty Tames B Mc reary will have a majority o 30000 Kentucky is a Democratic State and after four years of Re publican misrule we should be able Democratitc bdo worktt o t o election and Jarnes Brill go bar tqFrankfort DUO DHEAD Verenon W F Carter last weekDr G M Frith and Honry Anderson were in Louis TuesdayJoew fordIslry Mc W homer of Paint Lick was in town Sunday Miss Judith McCall returned to home Tuesday after visiting dher cousin Miss Jewel Francisco weresat to see his mother and sisters Mr and Mrs J R Cass and Miss Annie were in Louisville Saturda Wallinsher uncle MrsGway n MrsPE B Newland Miss Ann Tate and Walter Miller cl Mt Vernon were in town last SundaySverof ot the young people from here at ttnded a party last Thursday night Missssbrideds MdBofems were in Living Newlanddh iseMaggiet isIVernonJobnIthe sale of town lots at Crab Orchard Wednesday Mrs Allen J H Ward C A Wheeldon and John Black are attending the Odd Fellows Reunion in Louisville this week KILL MORE THAN WILD BEASTS The number of people killed yearly by wild beasts dont ap Ydtseasetheir att wetxProRtern wiiichdestroyand expel then systemybIooddiseases wonderful blood purifier Try ri01ishealthIfa i j t L fit I Established 1887 H BROWN MEMORIAL INDUSTRIAL I 4SCHOOL WILL OPEN THE SECOND WEDNESDAY IN SEPTEMBER r Langdon Dormitory alreadone of the most attractive homes to be found in any school is to be enlarged so as to accommodate y forty boarding pupils This dormitory furnishes a safe home for girls under the best Christian influences The school stands for earnest thorough work and strong Christian character A strong corps of t achers who have had the best college and professional training are entrusted with the work of instruction aMiss have charge of the Departmentof Music Her work needs no recommendation to the people of Mt Ver non Miss Marion D Oskamp from the Domestic Science Training ISchool connected with the University of Cincinnati will have charge of Domestic Science Industrial training in this departrment is an important part of a girls education and is a marked feature of the institution Announcement as to other members of the faculty will be ready soon Worldon the addition to the dormitory will be begun as soon as belenspushed as rapidly as possible All applications for admission should be in the hands of the Principal by July 15th y Girls who were in school lastyear and who expect to return should make definite arrangements at once as no place will be reserved after the above date but will be given to those who first apply Terms are as follows iJ Board and Tuition in Langdon Dormitory X100 per year Tuition in High School 3 25 perMQ n1IKindergarten 200Uu Music 3200 per year 8 mo I A few scholarships are available but only to those who need aand deserve them and apply in time Arrangement will be made to provide stable room at reasonable rate for horses of those who ride in from the country The Principal will be at Langdon Dormitory during July and offto a adjoining counties If you can nor come to Mt Vernon ask those who know about our work and if Brown Memorial Industrial School appeal to you as one worthy of your patronage address for information and for application blanks Miss ROSE McCORD Principal irz Right in your busiest season when you have the least time to spare you are most likely to take diarrhoea troubles and lose several days time unless you have Cham berlains Cholic Cholera and Diarr hoea Remedy at hand and take a dose on the first appearance of the disease For sale by Chas 0 Dar vis HAPPIEST GIRL IN LINCOLN il A Lincoln Neb girl writes I had been ailing for some time with 2 chronic constipation and stomache trouble I began taking Chamber Jlain s Stomache and Liver Tablets and in three days I was able to be up and got better right along I V am the proudest girL in Lincoln to find such a good medicine For sal by Chas C Davis pcJ kc3tE = 3pL ALLOUTDOORS INVITES YOUR KODAK iIJ I 200to 6500 ASK FOR CATALOG x Kodak means progressive pleasure the pieasure of tak r ithemPossessingg CHAS C DAVIS 9 LEADING DRUGGIST one39 MT VERNON KY f I lI IIt jf DELPHI W B6cf Real Estate d r Town and Farm Property Bought J4C If you want to buy a home in town or a good farntt call snd tee our list jc r saleeOffice in Masonic Buildilg J DELPHWB r My6iffi 4 MVINGSTON kY C 3 c3 j f F eJ f iH MT VERNON SIGNAL r FRIDAY ru1v 14 19B Published every Friday by EDGAR S ALBRIHT SUBSCRIPTION ONn ygAR Ioo Advertising rates made known on apjlicatiou MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION DEMOCRATIC TiCKI For United State Senator OLLIE M JAMES For Governor JAMES B McOREAI Y For LieutenantGovernnr- EDWARD J McDKRMOTT For Attorney General JAMES S GARNETT For Auditor HENRY BOS WORTH For Stiie Treasurer THOMAS G REIEA For Secretary of State C F CRECEL1US For Supt of Public Instruction BARKSDALE HAM ETT J For Commissioner of Agriculture J W NEWMAN For Clerk of Court of Appeals h ROBERT L GREENE Governer McCreary in writing to Rcckcastle friends among other good things adds the following The Democrats of Kentucky have grately honored me and I wit always be grateful for their sup port and confidence Madison countv where I have re sided all my life have me twenty four hundred majority The Eighth Congressional District which I had the hbnorto represent in congress gave me seven thousand five hundred and sixty six majority and the state near thirty thousandAs as I live I will be thankful to you and my other friends am I will go into the campaign agains any Republican who may be nom nated for Governor with confidence and courage and the unwavering belief that the State Democratic Ticket will be elected on the first Tuesday in November by a large majority With the exception of a knock down snd drag out and a few other occurrences which properly belong to such a garnering the Republi can Convention which met in Louis ville Tuesday was a very harmo nious meeting Orear certainly had things going his way the entire Orear slate being nominated o e J v i7 4f41v LEVEL GREEN Not having seen a letter frGln this neck obe woods for so long we shall try to assemble our scattered thoughts together and give you a smattering idea of the hap penings of historic Possum Holler For the first time in three weeks Sunday afternoon we were blessed with a good rain and growing ClOp were badly in need of the refreshing shoueis = Uncle Bill is still rejoicing over the rain end the nomination of Gov Mc Creaiy Hamtii Albright are iii this part now threshing xsLeat which is in excellent conditional good quality Corn is looking fine considering the i easou and with ample rain from now on there will lie a large fieldThe oat crop has been almost a failure this season Miss Oa DeLord began school Monday at Cummins district neu Wabd Level Green School begins Monday the 17th uith Partnle DeBord as pnnnpsJ There was sei vices at Mt Pleasant Sunday conducted by Rev t3eo Thompson of Eubanks Blackberry picking is at lull blast now in this parr and all surplus hnds are being pressed into serviceThe peach and apple crop is not a large one this season there being scarcely any fruit at tome orchards V Brown of Bsodhead w swith leis father William II Brown last SundayD R Gentry of Quail was in this part Monday purchasing sheep Edward Brown is still in the mule business having very traded for another pairjOn last Monday the 6th instant citizens of our community were grieved to learn of the death of Mrs R F Todd who had been in poor health for some time Mrs Todd spent the winter with her sister at Lebanon Junction in the hope that the change would restore her health but the relief was only temporary and she came home some weeks ago to spend the remaining days with relatives and friends She leaves one son and three sisters to mourn the loss of a devoted mother and loving sister Mrs D R Gentry of Quail is spending the week with her mother Mrs J N Brown at this place The arrival here last Tuesday of the body of William Clymer for burial at his former home at Hjgh land disclosed news of a terrible tragedy which was enacted on the Fourth of Jijly at Cupp Tenti a mining town near Harrim tl1 and where a number of Kentuckians are employed Clymer had been shot and almost instantly killed by a miner also from Kentucky George Glancey by name whose body was brought to East Bern stadt Laurel county his form r home for burial in an express car alongside that of Clymer Bloncy cy was shot and killed by Clv L rinirs brxteeuyea1uld Qt1 im rile iatelYr he had shin the eld r l ItPPears mer that Clymer who was a deputy sheriff of his county in Tennessee find a man of con siderable prominence there gave a big picnic on the Fourth of July which was largely attended Glancey was present and desired to duce with Corners daughter Minnie who ictnsed tc have any thing to do with him Itis said hat Glaucey Unentered to k ill Lei il he would not da net with tins ard when Clymer htardof tli mans threats he went to hut ihout it to straighten makers ou Glancey renewed his threat i Olj mer it is said whrnuponxly nler drew his gun aid threatened o kill Glancey The latter it is sid to have begged piteously loi his life declaring that heva n It armed sad begging for dUnce Cl mer who was a game ma handed his eauon to a 1slauuc- a d told GliiKev tlui hey would tight it out fist and skull in tlu ioudold ishioiied way No soon tr however had Clvmer disarmed himself than Glancey drew a couple of pistols out 01 his shut bosom and shot Clvmer dead alnost in his tracks He emptied both revolvers into tlymers Judy and then started to run Earnest the yi Ung son of Clymer who was standing near intrediatth took hi fathers pistol and running after Glancey shot him through the head and he died instantly The t oung man was apprehended by other authorities butt released and accompanied his fathers remains JournalIWidie section aid moved to Lin coin from this county thence to Tennessee Glancey was brother of Mrs W R McClure of this place PINE HILL Miss Minnie Gentry began her school here Monday Huston Jor den who has been sick for some time is nobetterTht little two ear old child ot Frank Tjvay is ver- ysickV4 H Cottengin is in Corbin and other parts this week Mr and Mrs W H Cottengin entertained number of the young people Tuesday evening in honor of Mr George Griffin who wis transferred from Pine Hill to Lily Mr Griffin was a good citizen and we regret very much to gie him iip But our loss is Lilys gain Emmitt Brvant is here in Mr iriffins place George Garden and two sons of Petrnessee are visiting relatives at this place and Brodhead W M Iordis and little grand daughter Willie Garrett are visiting friends and relatives hereA party of oung people of Pine Hill had a picnic on the 4th All report a nice time 3e3cap E34 3u3G cS j3 SOME LEFT 1 We still have some few articles in the list of bargains g quotedlast we ktleft on our shelves We have made these prices in order to attractothers and those who taker advantage are the ones who will be benefited Ladies Lowcuts and pumpsjn patent leather t vice dun metaland velvet price cut ha1f F MensShoes atpriced per befo offered by this or Itf Mens 100ll U 50c- R v Bestcialicoat 4 J2c yd Ginghams 5c toJOeper yd Korean Silk in white and lavendar sale price 35ocubto49e Waist goods 30c values go at 7c per yd Pure white linen at 19c per yard f We are offering many other bargains not quoted in this list Come in and examine All sales at these prices strict = L ly gash v GRAS B McKEMZlE f x MT VERNON KY I v z d NO iANVHOr That was a most important de cision that was handed down by a Chicago judge a few days ago when he huedan automobile chaffeur for drinking while on duty He said he considered is one or the very worst offences that could be committed as it endangers life j Ofa truth the liquor drinkitg habit isdoomed Any young man who starts otit in life today ex peeling to make a success of it ran do nothing that will handicap him more than to indulge in the iwnxi ating cup The railroads will not have a place for him the smaller employers do not want him and the law brands him us langerous if he takes tn ichinery in his hand tinder those circumstances In a word society has pro nniiMred the doom of ihr rnaii wtu drinks There is ro pluCo for him 1In the social structure oftodi except as a failure and a nuisance Epworth Herald List of letters advertised at t Vernon Kv Post ffice July ij lOlI ANNIE E MILLER P Ir Burl Davis MIBJb Elliott Miss Bernice Hefegy M issLela Mae Hunt C L Lawrence Wells Johnson Miss Dora Mn fee Mattie Nicely W H Ponder Thos H loots MiPsSinthaVrcern Mr W A Warren Mrs H P Wilson When Fish advertise bargains he sells bargains There is more catarrh in this section of the country than all other diseases put together and until the last few years was sup posed to be incurable Fur a great many Sears doctors pronounced it a local disease and prescribed constantlyfalling pronounced it incurable Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease and therefore re quires constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio is the only constitutional cure on the market It is taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system They offer one hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure Send for circulars and testimoni- asAddressFJ CHENEY Co Toledo Ohio Sold by Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for con stipationYou are safe when you bus Fishs Guaranteed Clothes FOR SALE A Tiouse of four rooms a good wena grape arbor a few peach and cherrv trees On Old Main St back of Court house W TDAvIs- Mt Vernon Ky REPUBLICAN TICKET GovernorEdward C ORear of Mt Sterling Lieutenant Governor L L Bristow of Georgetown Attorney General Thomas B McGregor Benton Auditor Leonard W Bethurum Mt Vernon TreasurerHerman F Monroe Louisville i Secretary of StateA J Oliver ScottsvilleCommissioner of Agriculture D W Ciark Barboursville Superintendent of Public In struction T W Vinson Princeton Clerk Court of Appeals C S Wilson Williamsburg Just before g iingto press mews of the death of Mrs Allen Hiatt was received Full account next SALE A pure bread bull calf short horn solid red S months old One mile west of Maretburg church J F LEWIS June 233t POSTED Any one guilty of trespassing on my property will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law MRS MA HA A JOE S 2244m Mt Vernon Ky ESCAPED WITH HIS LIFE Twentyone years ago I faced an awful death wri es H B Mar tin Port Harrelson S C Doctors said I had consumption and the dreadful cough I had looked like it sure enough I trle every thing I could hear of for my cough and was under the treatment of the CIA friend advised me to take Dr King New Discovery I didso sad was completely cured I fee that I owe my life to this grea throat and lung pure It spusi lively guaranteed for coughs colds and all bronchial affections Sac rnd i Trial bottle free at Chas C Davis J fa t li Cib I r 2 = wmmnwjnwMmnw 1lttt3l111I14111Il44 1411iiftillllRltltil1t11t11f114911tttIltttTTli1tt4ll1RI96y GOINg SOME r5 J MckNZ1IB THE MT KY 3 illitlilliilltliililliiil6ililitliiltilitil U WANT I FARM 1 It you dOit will pay you to writeJ us We have a great many t ble farms of fertile productive soil i located throughout Central and i NorthCentral Kentucky in size from the smallest to the largestj with corresponding prices pikes splendid schools desirable j neighbors convenient to railroad facilities and well improved blue grass lands Several exchanges z Write us the kind of farm you want and we will send list RealiEstat ILEr J 3o4tCASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears thodSignature cf A fie which broke out at two oclock yesterday morning in Willamsbnrg destroyed the drug Whitehead a native of this place Loss 7000 insurance 5000 Other business houses were destroyed including Messingale restaurant Williams Brothers Grocery and offices and the East Tennessee telephone exchange The WjlHamsburg Inde pendent telephone people had moved their exchange from this block only day or two before but lost 5oo on material which had not been transferred PARSONS POEM A GEM From Rev H Stubenvoll Alli son Ia in praise of Dr Kings New Life Pills Theyre such a health necessity In every home these pills should be If other kinds youve tried in vain USE DR KINGS And be 25ct at Chas C The remains ofl son of the late W B Smith was removed from the corner of the yard of residence to Elmwood cemetery and placed by the side of his father Fur summer diarrhoea in child ren always give Chamberlains olI ic Cholera d Diarrhoea Remedy and castor oil and speedy cure Is certain For sale by Chas C Davis Dont wait until tomorrow to visit Sutton McBees higcash raising sale dime to day be one of the many to get the benefit of this great sale Never leave home oi a jnrney unless you have a bottle dl ham berlains Colic Cholera and JJjarrli oea Remedy L is almost certain to be needed and cant be obtained When on board the cars or steam ship For sale by Chas C Davis Guess its going some to have reputation of selling the BEST I Furniture g Carpels F v i and House Furnishings Ml in thjs section of Ken what they all 3 say ai d I am proud to state I can prove it = Ill take pleasure in showing youthe NEWEST thats NEW i B r FURNITURE MAN VERNON e llilitlliiil1i11iili iittlilitltll stoniofJL a Wednesday a 3e3c 3 3 GRANVILLE OWENS ft IUNDERTAKERI I Brodhead Ky I K i Ie Rus- f tuckyThats illtliit1i1l11ti1i1111Uulli1fl DavisI TAKE ARDUI FLETCHERS CASXORIA COMPLETE LINE Coffins Caskets and Robes t All M i1Te1egraphOJ Tele phone orders Promptly Filled J j3 r KABOJ CORSETS Have 119 Brass eyelets Unsurpasseed in de sign fit and workmanship J Try oneand be convinced LI Sanders Crab Orchard Ky Dont Suffer I had been troubled a little for nearly 7 years writes Mrs L Fmcher ina letter from Peavy Alaa but I was not taken down until March when I went to bed and had to have a doctor He did all he could for me but I got no better l hurt all over and I could not rest At last I tried Cardui and soon I began to improve Now I am in very 91 good health and able to do all my housework IWomansIonic You may wonder why Cardui is so successful after other remedies have failed The answer is that Cardui is successful because itis composed of scientific ingredientss that act curatively on the womanly system Ulsil medicine forewomen and for women only It builds strengthens and restores weak and ailing women to health and happiness If you suffer like Mrs Fincher did take Cardci Ittwill surely do for you what it did for her At all druggists Write to Ladies Advisory Dept Ckattanooe Medicine Co Quttanooca Teat for Special Instructions and 64paac book Home Treatment for Womca seat kee J W DM dreftFOR M f O yFORO ASTORIA3 MT VERNN SIGNAL MT VERNo Ky July r4 iiI Z9 Call tip No 79 whenyou waattoConununlcate wittt SIGNAL u75m I oItouisvaCc A R R Co TIME TABLE 22 north rl 453 p m I 24 north u 352 a m 23 south 1138 a nij 21 South 1219 am1- IAS LANDRUM Agent Phone No 58 Entered at the Mt Vernon Ky Eostpffice as secondclass mail matt- erPERSOAL Miss Ann Fishback is visiting at Hubble Ed Langtord has returned from CaliforniaMiss Landrum visiting relatives at E Town Mrs U G Baker has been very sick for the past several days Mrs W T Crawford has returned from a visit near Richmond Misses Julia and Louise Lan drum are visiting East Beanstadt Miss Carrie Frith was here from Biodhead tween trains Monday The little son of Mr snd Mrs F L Durham is on the sick list Cashier W L Richards and son Ramey were in Louisville Tues day Miss Elizabeth Adamsis spending the week with friends iu Danville i Miss Cleo Pennington of Liv ingston is visiting relatives here this week Col John W Miller is here from Lancaster looking after his farm and orchard Dr RW Dyche Paris Sowder and Walter Miller were in Louis ville during the week MrsR EJ Mullius and son Benjamine are visiting Mrs Mullins mother in Tennessee Mrs Margaret Grimes attendant at the Lexington Asylum is at home for a two weeks vacation- A number of schools began last I Monday andmost all in the county will begin next Monday t Word received from Somerset is to the effect that Richard Williams who has typhoid is doing very nicely John Flinchum of London is rendering valuable service in this office duringcut rush of catalogue and other work Mr and Mrs J T Meadows and children Returned Monday from a visit to Corbin Middlesboro and other points Miss Nora Parrett was the guest of her grandparents Mr and Mrs A Pennington of Livingston a few days last week Ben Griffin left Sunday for New Orleansto accept a position a bookkeeper for one of the largest lumber companies the South Dee Bryant and family were out from Lebanon Junction Tuesday of last week to Attend funeral of Mrs Rachel Todd Level Green R A Sparks i forms us that his little son Bentjj is verv sick at Richmond and he fears has typhoid fever Mrs Sparks is with him Chas C Davis spent yesterday and Wednesday in Lexington at tending a meeting of the Keu tucky Pharmacutical Association Mrs Rosana GfaVes of the Hansford section was called to Kansas Wednesday to see her daughter Mrs Bob Waddle who is very sick v s Miss WillieBentpn of Brpdhead and her cousin Miss Edwina Am mexman of Williamsburg were the guests of Miss Sadie Richards Wednesday The folio w ng isf fist of those who went over tctanford Monday afternqon to attend the burial of Mrs tR Hughes Mr and MrsC 6 Davis M B Salih Mrs Anna E Miller Mrs R W Dvche CC Cox Mr and Mrs Robt Cox v fSjW A Cox Miss Grace Cox Conn Brown W M Pointer Mrs A G Lovell C D Sutton Mrs Clea Brown M rarer C Williams Mrs Jail Cooper Miss Rissie Williams J C West Arthur Daily Mr and Mrs W r Spark and Atty fW Brown Mesdames J W Brown and M B4 Salin went over on v tSunday afternoon I r tf Dr RH Lewis was over from Wildie Montlav Miss Rose McCord spent Tues day and Wednesday in Louisville Andrew Brovles of Tellico is with his sister Mrs Paris Sow er Miss AnnTate Walter Miller and Sbirlej Tate were in Brodhead Sunday Miss Willie Francis is wth her sister Mrs James Oaths and other relatives and friends in Monticello Clay Gentry and wife have re turned to East St Louis where he has a position with the Big Four R RS C Franklin L and N watch inspector headquarters Liyingstoi finishes his quarterly inspection t morrow Alva Adams of Garrard countj pa sid through Monday on hi vay to the Rock castle River to k k afer some tJinberMnteresls Miss Virginia Davis was thi guest of Dr and Mrs WF Cater and Miss Eetta Fri h at Bd ned iroin Fnday till M m lay JW Van Winkle is a tending the Madison count Itistitutethi- week representing Loes Bitler Publishers of School literature New York City J B Cummins fiom the wes side of the county gave this offlu a pleasaut call Wednesday and reported the wheat crop good and the best out look for a corn crop for a number of years Miss Rebecca Watson is at home for the simmer with her mother and brotherMiss Watson recently graduated from Brown University with high honors For next year she has accepted a position as teacher in Miss Ida May Adams school for bpys which she will open in Mt Vernon in September Cstalogues mill be ready soon LOCAL Yo can save money by trading at Fishs Trunks and suit cases of all kinds at very low prices at Fish s Wedding bells are ringing around town again Can you imagine who The lion and the lamb lie down together asottna t dentist pullfj teeth withoLt pain Every man should be ambitious to write his name so plainly that any stranger mav read it A small child of Tom McClure died Sunday and was hurried in the cemetery here Monday Do yourself justice make your dollars count while you can Go to Sutton McBees big sale The faftem months old child of George Hood died Mbridayieveriing and was hurried Tuesday near Hansford When you hear praise ora man you disliue yon hate him all them r cordially Dont deny it you know you do There will be round trip tickets on sale to Junction City Aug ist to 4 limit Aug 5 for z28 round trip account of the Danville fair G M Ballard informs us that he is out ol the race for the Legislature and far as he is concerned E B Thompson and Dr Webb have a cleat track- liotwithstanding the high temp rature in weather and politics the delegates to State Convention at Louisville from this county re turned iu good shape Rev Marsh of Lexington will preach at the Christian church Sun day This is trial sermon and as large an attendance as possible of the members is desired IE Chestnut president of the Rock castle County Sunday School Associations informes that there will be a convention held by the Association at Oak Hill the last Sundayin August A full program will appear later FOR SA1Qne twelve horsed purer boiler and engine one set of 24 inch French Burrs one corn crusher will crush 25 bushels per- hour one shingle machine one spoke and handle rig All iu good repair Will sell cheap J W PARSON July 64t Mt Vernon Ky 1Under the new schedule which went Into effe t Monday No 23 the South bound passenger is due atMt Vernon at U388 m instead of 1144 and 022 the North bound passenger Is due at 453 p m instead of 457 The time of arrival of the night trains is not changed i P I r 7z iettiC tFj bs tdity When you think of pant think of Sutton it McBees 3 and W pants for With 198Ibreaking records for raising corn it should be possible to cut down GoverniESTATE DEALSV L IREAL and A B Furnish tra edi known as the Hamlin place of near Levi Green o WM Bullock for three residences in Mti Vernon one the Meados property on Main St the new cottage recently erected in the Asher Addition and the cottage in the Sparks Davis Addition which Mr Bullock built a year or twoago Mr Bullock also bought W Prices farm near Sand Springs Mr Bullock expects to begin th j erection of another building in Mt Vernon at once which he expects to move to in September Mr Price will move to the farm h recently bought of G S Lvesay and will also move his saw mill to tl at farm ft Itwas indeed a ad message that flashed over the wires Monday morning announcing the death of Mrs Logan R Hughes nee Miss Annie Thompson The deceased who was a daughter of Mr F L Thompson was born and reared in our little village and it is only a fitting tribute to say that our little city never claimel as its own more beautiful purer lovable or popular girl than she About five years ago she left her home here and went to reign as queen in ner own home and during that short period wastlu sunshine of that happy household Besides the husband who is crushed and heart broken she leaves her lather two sisters three brothers and aged grandmother whom it seems that t their loss is more than they canbear- We copy in full the following beautiful tribute from the Interior JournalIn evening ofa beautiful Sabbath day the immortal spirit of Mrs Annie T Hnghes wife of Logan R Hughes returned to Him who gave it She was taken in the PJide of her young womanhood her life a sacrifice on the altar of motherhood but she went fearlessly and nobly asa queen about to re ceive her crown satisfied that all would be well The knowledge that she was so well prepared to go and now sleeps so sweet and peacefully forever free from I all sorrow and care softens somewhat the severity of the blow to the devoted husband and other loved ones to whom this anguish seems almost greaterthan they can bear The death of Mrs Hughes has cast a shadow of sorrow over the whole community And its heartfelt sympathy goes out to the young husband and thers of the family who feel so deeply the loss they nave sustained Coming here as a bride from her fathers home in Mt Vernon a number of years ago she at once won a secure place in the affections of the people of Stanford and community by her Jovliuess and disposition and character and other qualities of mind and heart whichdenoted the true woman Her graces of person added to the general affection inwhich she was held and her death is indeed a loss to the happy little city as well as the severest of blows to liar loved ones A member ofthe Christian church since early childhood she lived her religion in her life and when the end came was ready for the summons to come up higher Mrs Hughes underwent an operation very delicate and dangerous Saturday this being the only chance for her The spark of life in her unborn babe had fled ere it saw the light of day and the shock from the operation tOthe mother was too severe for weakened nature to withstand and she followed the little one over the River soon afterward and has Joined it on those golden shores where no suffering or sorrow is known Tuieral services were conducted at the home on East Main street late Monday afternopn by her pastor Rev DMWalker A canopy of beautiful flowers on the bier testified as a last tribute to the love and esteem in which This lovely young matron was held by all who knew her and hundreds went to beautiful Buffalo Springs cemetery where t et rtalre mains were laid away to await the rResurection Morn Tibi ie r ror Journal i v 0 fl1cTi lowetits FlSb McCormick mowers feady to hitch to at Fishs Tribble Bryant is the new barber in Paris Fowders shop Arthur Daily is putting the ma terialori the ground preparatory- to ommence the erection ofa residence on the lot which he purchased in the Asber addition There were 181 people at the three Sunday ichcols in our town ast Sunday morning The Christ an Sunday hch ool lead with 94 the Biiptisl second with 01 andtbe PrLsbStcfisn 36 Were you in his number Ju nut why not I Uncle Eli Cofieybuecfthe old at and best citizens ofour county Jied lasrwetk at his counfiy bOWl ear Wildie EI ffiiAicd b a lduw audi eariya hniidred de scudatits n litidM dist uunties and nit i i rHe S ite ol llimioii 4y it pt s 6 dvertiseif YlI c l rise Ii lltalidlllaj ujYot noine pioer A mtffcliantin on UM to write his advertistmeit Ild hang it cut Iront Out of his idv read Last star wehd iebest vinegar in town anU We have it yetEx The residence tore ouilding rind contents of both belonging to J K Mullin near Red Hill Church in the Eastern part of the county burned a few days ago LOSS about 2000 oo without a penny of insurance Tile residence caught about noon and before the family and neighbors could i ufj outh the flames they swept every thing near including the stole and stock of goods Now and theu we fiuQ tome merchant who can save Ifcents i on a job of printing of thechefp John class and he sends hisibrder i away and gets his work ur That merchant should never say any thing about Those who order their goods from the cheap John Mail t Order houses He is the worst of the two and if he is not willing to patronize home should not expect others to The Mt Vernon Stars which consists of boys under 16 went over to Wildie jast Sntur4y and in a very exciting game with the Wildie Kids easilwon by theI score 13 to 3 Lloyd Chestnut the Star pitcher only allowed the Wildie Kids one safe hit and walked 14 Umpires Mullins and McKenzie The Wildie Kids will play the Mt Vtrnou Stars to morrow afternoon at Jones field i Come out and let thii ryoung bunch slmw you some i ev stnuis ti baseball i t jThds Cluiry Sfecfstarv of the t Rockcastle County Fir Associa tionwas hereFriday and left thei c p for the Catalogues which we hope to have ready for distri bution by next weejc Mr Cherry has added many new eatures and the outlook for the i9it exhibit ion indicates the best fair in the history of the association Hoag lauds Wild West Showwill be one of the free attractions The dates are August 1617 and 18 If you have not received one of the premium lists write the Secretary who will take pleasured forward ing you a copy The Republicans about one hundred trong met in the court house Saturday to name delegates to the Louisville convention It was a very harmonious gathering ailinterest being centered in the race of Judge L W Bethurum for auditor and with the exception of the auditors race the delegation Went uninstructed yet itwas understood that it was an ORear delegation The following named Republi cans of this county were selected as delegates and alternates to at tend the Republican State vention ConI S D Lewis Dr S C Davi E B Thompson Dr A G Lovell G S Griffin Paris Sowder T J Nicely H J Mullins JS Lang ford Jones Fish Hv H Wood J B Livesay W H Fish T N Noe W M BullockjiirvisJ Noe 14W Bethurum J T Adams Dry T Amyx Samuel Chandler Dr D B Southard J H Ward U G Baker Samuel Sayers Vc iorC Tate J Thos Cherry JriMeadows Hugh Miller Hardin Moore B B MuiUns ijfeal Parrett P H Shutt We r Davis E R Gentry E Bullock S1F Bowman Gus Staverson Most of the above natned dele gaftesattended ilde conyentigrjL 1 HOT WEATHER I r SPECIALSCO- MPARE 1rOURPRICES GOODs WITH OTHERS JPij J1- Ii MENS mATES nn- dPAT IOT LOUTS All New Styles 4 Values cut StjF S 3jO Values I cut 248 Kindand a- tKeck Bottom Friees Ya1ns WE CANT TALKHalf as loud as OUR HQTWSATHBR business the last two weeks was enormous but expect that duringthe next 15 day- sTHEY ARE ABOUT AND YOU KNOW WHEN PEOPLE TALK ITS TIME TO INVESTIGATE I UNDERWEAR REDUCED i Values75c 5Oc38c35c Uj8cLadies vests at 9c 8 o to to we the the at all 1 are Us and I dzkQ i And All Way write or Phone N Ticket Agt f 5You get the most and best for your money at Fishs There are more schools than teachers this vear Sutton McBee has they have advertised Everything going at sacrifice Three mountain candidates nomi natedby the Republican state Convention is a filial recoginitioa the fact that the managers have learned from whence come from rJilj FOR SALEMy farm 01 60 acres well timbered and watered with good fence niLe growing crop on ame Call or address J W OijVKR June 30 it Ottawa Ky Sprains require careful treat merit Keep quiet and apply Cham berlains Liniment freely Jt will the soreness and restore the parts to a health Jon For sale by Ghas Cll yis COv t I 1 WHEN WOMEN SHOES In Suede Patent Colt Vici Tan ALL THIS SEASONS STYLES A S OuttG 1 sa 250 Val Cut to 14 SPECIALS Our double TAKING US 25c remove STRAW HATS HALF PRICE Our Hat stock is Iarg est and most complete in t this neck of woods IMvTerms imes ST1CTLY CASH SAVE THE DIFFERENCE Come Early for the Best Things Go First t o ja bj c x rjj luIrjiitT MIDSUMMER VACATION TO MAMMOTH CAVE 435 ROUND TRIP FROM MT VERNON Stations L of quickly QO- IJ THURSDAy IIiA Grand Two Days Outing everything theirmajorities J e ntntntn nnn intn nn nn A Horns Institution IIE This bank is a home institution Our loans are made right hereat homo to our good farmers and business men It is a home institution 7 i for our home people We will pay you good interest on your idle lB fundS Make a deposit an then Pay your bills with your persoo mcheck It is very simple convenient and safe Call and we gladly alIplaiii the many alvahtages of a checking account You will ahv = have a receipt which cannot be The endorsed check will be returned to you is mnoiitcstithroof of the payment of the bill =ibnr money is safe deposited in this Dank to your credit If you carry = it in your pocket or leave it at home it may be lost or stolen Come in and let us talk these matters over with you I illlTH E BANK OF MT VERNOIfc itlCORPOItATED = MT VERNON KENTUCKY U1U iU1U nnu U1ii UUU UUUj THE S IGNA L DOES YOU IJOBWORK YOU HAVE THE BEST AND BAY MO MORE FOR IT r IIJ yJ 4- 1HUT y WiWIG- j 4 r Tif 70 t 211 r 2 r Unfortunate Trade Conditions Forces Our Stock on the Market d REGARDLESS 0F COST i Clothing Shoes Hats Dry Goods and NotionsO- n account of heavy buying late Springy and the drouth which is now endedwe are forced to slaughter stand tard goods worldwide reputation at a mere fraction of their true worth This is not a sale ofshopworn trash but an unmerciful sacrifice of the choiceist wares ever gathered together The most dari ng disregard of cost or value in an enor mous outburst of Gigantic Bargains Like a mighty avalanche sweeping down a mountain side crashing all before it Bargains that must lay our counters bare in a short period Join your friends and neighbors in this great Bargain rush We will have an extra force of salesmen to handle the crowd with promptness Store closed dayto arrange Stock SALtS STARTS JULY 14 r i Here are the Prices that will start the dig Sale = LO cl Ladies Hemstitched Handkerchiefs Sale Price 2c Mens 3c Mens Straw Hats worth 175 Sale price 98c MENS ODD PANTS i 3 350 4and 5 pants Sale price 198 and 298 Sale Begins Pjutv Work Sox 250 Pairs This staple article sold the world over for JOc Sale Price4cSuspenders such as the President SOc values Sale price 19c BOYS SUITS 6 Values 3 98 5ty 2 79 4 s 198 2II 98c at lX ff ETC All go at mere of their worth it SS 3B 2 and x50 13S 81 25 and 1 50v lues98cS1 values 79c HATS 175 98c Soys 75c and l val ues and 60c values 49c f and Childrens Hose 15e values Sale price c 7c lOc and 12 f2cvalues Sale price f 812c 50c Z9c Ladies Belts 35c 50c and 75c values Sale Price 29c Knickerbocker Pants 1 125 and 150 values Sale price 89c irii lillJl Sale or 3 for 200 Sale Price each CLOTHING LESS MANUFACTURERS COST We handle the very best of Clothing the by the best makers in the country We are aHGo on every one Hire are a few prices 20 12 98 6 50 values 8 98 11 50 values 6 95 7 50 3 98 SHOES SHOES Men Womenand Childrens Low Cuts WalkOver Seltty iv ter Browns the great specialty lines a tows but your gain Meni 5 values 349 4 values 350 values 2 69 Womens Oxfords 350 values 2 593 values I69J values r 59 Ladies Velvet Pumps IL75 value 980 ATS STETSON NATIONALS fraction MdSSo values values STRAW values 69c50c Women Ginghams MENS THAN FRAY putting dByett 1 and Bus loss 2q8 B Knit Balbriggam Values 39c 25c19clOO Uxuon L Boys 1000 yards Embroidery 25c and 35c Values J7c- l5c and 20cll JOc Values 813c tOt 4712c ti u r Mais Shirts 50c and 75c values price 37c 1 shirts 69c Arrow Brand Collars 15c values PE line suchas Suits made price single values values all go 229 250 VD Poris Suits Laces J2V Straw Mattings Rugs Etc 25c Values 19c Rugs 2 Values 149 H 150H 119 4 109II 79c Cbme Early as this is your greatest opportunity to get high class Merchandise at such low figures Bring this with you also your Cash Sale Starts JULY 14 14 UNDERWEAR circular 1VTTOI 11fVERNON KENTlJCKY t Sa1Q fleins July 14tk+ Jt i1 t L tf