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Mount Vernon signal: March 1, 1912 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1912 mou1912030101_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: March 1, 1912 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. t -- - V SSI? 4" Published Every Friday VOLUME XXV. BdOUMEAD. H f' J PPflUWIlf MT. VERNON, best graded schould iu eastern fCentck , three good churches, mnm ah, i &r. immm 1912. - Established 1887 NUMBER -- ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, WJLDIE. i'6 A, . K were in Corbin Friday. Miss out of a flint rock with our heel- Georgia- - A mxy, who is attending when the girls wore their linsav Miss Stella Anglin, Lonceil six general merchandise stores, Evens and Miss Terrv, was down Well they tell us that we sure 'school at Mt. Vernon, was at dresses and when they got near the Mrs. Sylvan Bordes, who is enough into the home Satnrday and Sunday. Mr. church would then put on their one grocery stere, one drugstore, spending the winter with her par from Berea the first of Jast week two good hotels, one railro d cieveuiu kismet ana iVirs. 5 f. bowman were here , shoes, when the old loom, the ents, Dr. and Mrs. Francis, of Mt. theguesLm" iMiss Belle Jones ' n n o h Virtnoo onrl ioq ! i n iuiif. nna his reminds me, ot the time that between trains' Saturday. S. C. spiuning wheel, the chtck reel -i Vernon, spent from Friday until chid. of Albert Roy- - Cleveland was eleQted, there was Franklin the railroad watch m-- a played an active bank. Masonm lodgp Royal A eh husband hi the Monday with her part in our everyf f fV. oritur' IP. jf. .t i " hii I llionfr.ur certajp preacher living near spegtor was here Saturday. O.J) day life; when ourljmothers used to Mrs section. fopper-Creetime, died last Tuesday and wa t,evel Greep tjiat said befpre tbe Bryant wasin'Mt. Vernon Odd Fellow lodge,. Ma cabeo, mikesoap in a ten gallon kettle on p.isy Hunt was up from Crab P Mps, Tjulq, 4.U..4Unmi nA Vfrr1n Wnrtrlmon anr Yliwtirm burried Thursday. .. that jf Cleveland was day and Sunday. Hon. Dave a fire of bickorv and dogwood, in a lv'v !. ww Monday c ' uu UUUw. ..uUUU.UU 1J11!,i LU Orchard, Sunduy and a,Mait.hii""',rM'M tun: " rT M. rrttruinr1i ftw ; Now we Brotherhood lodges, miderttking iiiii nun:, ii - r i tr iiTiiut-. at ' thi"? elected he mac nrwncr tf ranifa rt.4 jd.tauu, f fire place, where you could Harris, a tearher in t3j.WUll.UO 1UI o r.linncro &"" " wv. um Tn1.nM.u vjrauu ivjabier 01 iea- - five-foNiB Kit ttUOft "Hi u vue iuckv was nere saturaav and sun- - through a dog out through the is quite aont JiKe tooecnsseu as a Kicuer, efcauiiBumt;u&, iujic nun. auw ui me w"w oiaica. Brodhead. Graded School M enough he was. elated, and ufe. da.y. R. A. Whuehead who- - has a praefcs in the house. The v' um this week. Mi. s Uyde Wat nor ititour intention to co m plain and pi mer mills,' and many other hixiiii, in" HiniH. ., i" itim L, . .. . vi rnY u V pnoqeh tqis preagher sold oqt and position with Sparks & Co, was , . logrolling, corn hu.sking, rail son was the guest of her sister now; but we vwimvto sim ply ask conveniences, whieh are Jndnoo I" ' n. .. everyhody hou ght he wold wove here Saturday. Mrs. R. A. White- spliting and i.orjjhirc making has to ., ' ,T . Fred Durham, from batur Ibis honorable bardJto insert a meots to out of town fJ..s Mrs. F England Qf some Other foreign head, oi Mt. Vernon is visiting ceased to exist. How time has they land rnt Little progressive plank in th,ir plat- - move here, but day until Wednesday. . Rivlllntvnr tins V(. ' B up to their eyes, heyi '" 1 T 7 pountry bflt he landed at Ue?ea, Jrs Geo. Pope. Egbert Herd is changed since you and I were hoys. Mildred button returned to her form. B rod head has never been in mud e V ' Madiggo county. We wish to say ; filling R. S. Magruders place wbde tint to day last Friday, classed (until recenth)ts aback never .00k for anything else, bUi home in tot. Vtinon the best we can get is 1. H B(.xornl yijlr in dmgust.. Now, pon ftfw to our new friends In the Rleventh Mr. Magruder is working in the none too fine. The "merrj widow accompanied by her grand mother n.umbeF , bavng always ranked leave town uiucuim.--u- r. 'iiu i.n i " Mrs. J. M. Owens. Dave koterb with Crab Orflhartl md Mt. Ver tlcmen. the pecple who electol of Spi'Mig If lc, Is Hltiiu Mrs. that we truly hope our association dispatchers omce. W. R Graves, hat'1 that will cover n halt acr ot bard 'you, and those wlnrhavo tho bur-i- Hiatt's parents. Alfivd Wood will be pleasant while we know jnr f,- - v'une odk section wa? in ground, ihe HueM lootwear Hint i4 Wywood was visiting ielH tivea uon. and we know tjjat not going to allow us tp yf!den of the taxes to pay, export was down f om Berea first of the tnar. mere is as good men oyer hpte our tovn Saturday. Ilolbert e. mouev can huv, fine silk, oi all Jier fbe rirst of the week we rrjeafl the Eleventh) as ever to now; but wi at you to tsljow ,hal. $qu oji)g tGeorgo $. Durham was i Mt, very far behind and colors. While the men of Mt. Vernon, wa- - here en -riiorgift Up.vp.olds, vptecj y.nder by pupjjng lyolc. M: tbe ropster and we business Saturday. Judge S, D who mu-- t be measured lor a new Vernon, Suuday, between trains. once mnktf an ordinauoA that the gef out of the ojd abqu fjgl)ty SWYt dfjparte say to our friends up in Lewis, of Mt, Teroou, was here suit ot clothes by an expert tailor to Mt. one most needed fBipros'tfmO'it, old BrodJ)ead. in f,he .cplufnu age Wish tfl j, F. Watson was called flps ifp Wedpesdy. ?st. at four Saturday, on account of concrete sidewalks, be put down whppe gliG bpjongs. The wide tbeisighfcn with, tears in, p,ur eyes, Thursday looking after the Com- and the goods imported Irom across Vernon, p n4 hor spirit' &pu irfiishl the serious illness of bus little We realize that it will worlf ft awake citi!es deuiand , and'P t uitf QuA who gave it. Fpr hat souie day it- may p,eas$ thg monwealth's side of the L. G. the waters, and we now want to ride ihe grandson Austio Sparks Durham. hardship on a few of our property Bintje't'el hopo that you will de , fS, !,,v 1...C U c,.ffrt,.:.,r, J.egiglgtvjrg to repent their actions Gardner, case. W. M. Carmical, in an automobile rair ship. They down irom owners, bufc wht-- the sidewalks inand it. Mr. J. C. Frub is 1U.;U,LW "" fl' 4H apd we VIWY Rt back. BU one of Pine Hill, was in our town Mon- tell us the cause of this is that we Fred Owens was f lMt ' Blok.-C- bw. word jn conclusion, we are g ing day. J. H. Browning, foreman ot are living in a progreaive age. last week. Mis aie down they uoujd not have numbered with the Mt. Vernon COl,ld d w,u? no mH &h? Tempest Ward, who is attending them taken up for twice the cost. Chandler, the flour salesman from !iud two children and several where we will not get any free the Mechanical Department, is on While all are simply moving along, ,haS the State Normal at Richmond. For the last ten or fifteen years Lo&bnnwas with the merchants grand chddren left to mou.n the garden seeds. Please save ours the sick list. H. Witt, of the L.iving-S'.o- trying to ge: ali this world's goods date. Walter until a future was with home folks the last of tho board baye psssp.l different Tuesday.-- Dr. iq Mrs. chas. Lumber Co., has placed a boat they can with nothing eke in view JU5 u; u. uedi luunuci O.UU. giaiiu- - Browning is vtsitiqg lp"$ grand in Rockcastle river it is propelled and seemingly the dollar is the Xicl-- , week. Mis Polly Cornet, a ordinances pertai. ing to th side- SSflwder of Jndjaaiapqlis, $he eyera week in JUPtbfi:. T)ipy Jiavp he rnother, Mrs. MaGee, at Crab by a gasoline engine. J. W. Rider height of their ambition. We'll be 3aghter of the late Ehhu Cor-cert- walks and the people have re- hav.e Qppn syinpalhy pf ps al T;e burial Orchid- and Thomas Payne, son of sponded to every call and have FJujidft, ar wj'lj tlje gQctoiTJS gf Mt. Vernon was in our town blamed if we can see what the world fook p)acp at tpe pd faniijy gfav of Gum Sulphur been put to considerable expense, father, Daniel T, owdef, i Q i thearst c tk.is month Cam Monday. John K. Payne He seems to be cripled is coming to anyhow. yard, near WiUlie, laqt Friday a Mulbns, special agent for L,. & N. were married last week. Harry and all that is Jeft to show for it other rel itives of thl.s p'aeo up as the result of the fire at Mt, was in town is a few creek gravel scattered Mrs. C. A. Wheeldon is very sick one p m. R. R. Co., captured four boys for Vernon. T. A. Childress and R. kyons of London Mattie Adams end over the walks, and lots of mud at this wT'1t,!ne -- uavid M. and ItEPELS ATTACK OF DEATH breaking in and rcbing depot and . Majjruder talk of renting a Statt of Ohio, City of Toledo I Stftfday. ofjicft, at Farriqtqu, Iy. jHazeji Reynolds who have been over iha gravel. Now, if the citi Leonard Preston sold their housp Lucas County ) ss. room ot Dr. Arrive and put n a Five yeafs agp two, doctors told post jattetidiflgtfrown Memorial School zens who m bg effected by an hold effects Wednesday, an.d me l nao opiy two years ip live gantuted three in Whitley county cleaning aud. prs ilug outfit, they Frank J. Cheney makei oath of the i .came home Friday. Hazel re- ordinance of this kind, wil gquu mfjyed their famili.es tp Cincin- This stafjpj2 statement was made Hqpe Steel, .ajre 15, Lee Dunigan, olairu they are experts at tbe that he t senior partner , doing firm of F.J. Cheney it Co Green. Malachite Col age i(j atcj Willie Ljangrln, age i business. So by stillrran turned Monday. Mr. and Mrs. the cost of repairing their walks nati, Thursda.v. it need not surprise business in tbe City of Toledo "They lo'ii mo i would ilia witl) and Chester Phelps age 19. They you are spending a tow jn the old way, the extra shoes J.F- - Carter to see thern hang out their County an4 State aforesaid, and was up to me ion. days with thtir son, the Rev. J, that ftro worn out walking over Do you know that of all the r.ousump y the It lung medicine were brought before Judge G. B shingie at any time Mr. and Mrs. ihat said firm will pay the sura ot Lest to t then Carter, of WU more. Brack Dur- thvJse gravel, q,qd ljQ over shoes minor ailments colds are by far and I beean tc use Dr. King's New Angel, ot" Laurel county and, 3ent Uharley iaowder, of Illinois have One Hundred Doliars for each dangerous-is not the most It ham is able be out again. Mr that are lost in tbe tnurt oGqasiqn. jig Discovt iy. It was well I did. for to, refqrni schpol, qqt being old visiting . M. Hicks ard agd every tase of Caurrh that told itself Ibatpp ltgd to fear, today I va working apd bel'eve enougb to send to the pen. Phelps been Sue Mullins A.M. Yowel cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Opp Taylor ot Maretburg. died ly, the will see that it will be a, Ut thr sericps difcea.ses Mrs. l Catairh Cure. FrakkJ. Cukwey. u4denly at his home te$t Satur- great deal cheaper for them to put ften If ads to. Most of these are I owe n y life to this gregt throat was indicted by tbe. gra.nd, Jury. of Parksville, who has been visiting Sworn to before me and sub and lung pare that has cheated the Cam sajd that f a mm did, not day morning with acute indiges- down concrete and be forever mi own as germ discuses Pneiir his daughter at Etawah Tenn., scribed in my presence, this 6th. lotbej v'ct-m.- " Its waut justice he better never ap stopped off here with C. A, Blatv-fof- day ol December, A. D. 18S6. doh6 with the expense. We hope itionia and consumption are erave ot a tion. A small child of folly to suffavwith toughs, colds . A. v Gr.KASrl Why not . take among '(Seal) pear before Judge Angel.' THe, Thursday and was that those wh J n concrete Tuesda-iCantaiCash died ,A, N. Notary Public. Cough Remedy and or other tilroat 'froubles now. said that Judge Anel vva.s qrje burried near hi home n the Ot- walks wi 1 go b )C re fie b ajrd of Bpntley was hi oui town Wedoes Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken your tocj T,iie v.qu can!" Take he curje that's safest. Price Tpjal bqttle Pemaerat that will do his hill day. tawa seetion. Chas. S. Lyons, fit trustees at their usxt meeting, iure safe by Chas, C. Davis. o cnis and' r.oo internally, and acts directly on the For duty and he did not believe a the tP make the start. tree at Ghas-- C. uavis . City, was in town Tues &nd urge Junction While we are writing our boy- blood and mucous surfaces ot free filled his Brodhead ranks with tbo adjoin man ever sat on the bench.- system. Send for testimonials better .day Eld. W. F Rogers hood days comes to our mind; the F. J. Cheney & Co. Say, Cam, we democrats are all days when we used to go to school pguiarppointmentat the Christ ing towns in every way eccpk FTQHER'S Toiedo. O. FQR FLiTQHER' opd men, it is our. evil associate ian church, Saturday and Sun sidewalks. We hive one of the barefooted until the white frost of Sold by all Druggists 75a that cause the trouble and the November, and our feet were yo Take Hall's Family Pills for more you kuow about' us the tough that we could knock the fire better you will like us. -- The Town Board has passed an ordinance prohibiting persons from carrying coal off the R. R. Uo s., posessions and it is now a panalty u and all persons who have heen m -u. k day.: The Board of Trustees t the town of Brodhead, represent five of the best business men we have, two merchants, one lumber dealer, one doctor and a minister, A nA !,..., a,u.i.rjr K. c -- AMitn1 i... f. sin pacty for k number of y.ars he rRnrliiTMi ..! U I.... ....tl the way they heve handled the af- - .. V 1 .- . -.. .. - litingston: have-move- Z , - I iUG .. ;.,. -- i -.J ot t 1 "... ed m T VW "' fl-y- b "7 T, fs s Mc-Clur- o-- - u ff ""!'" 1 1me1 ! n, -, vj hea-rjfel- 1 Ie tht ? tat J-oj- es Jt th-m- -- -- tpn Children Cry M Children Cry CASTORiA CASTORIA AND Less Get Acquainted HAVE A LITTLE TALK ABOUT THAT NEW SPRING ' SUIT , Or are you tied up with one concern and paying an extra profit? You must judge values bycomparing values A dollar article from one man is worth only a dollar from another; not a dollar and a half The man that sells everything does a big business. Can sell you goods ten to twenty per cent, cheaper than the other man. Compare Our Clothes With others; see the workmanship, fit and quality, and you can actually see we are-- saving people .from ten' to twenty per cent, on their CLOTHING. You will be surprised when you see the Suits we are selling for the practice of this should read the nooes that are posted and be come wise. Prof. Dickerson is getting along well with his select school. Uncle George Pope seems slowly. The to improve very Co., has started Livingston Lumber their planing mill, thus giving severai men employment. Robert Snroader was in London Saturday. Rev. Duke filled his regular ap pointment at the Baptist church Saturday and Sunday. Ab Wolf has moved into his new house which he has just comoleted near the old rock quarrv on Rockcastle river. Mrs. C. Huffman, of Huntington West Va., who use to be Miss Anuie IJishback, was on Sunday's tram enroute to Mt. Vernon, to visit her mother Mrs E. Fishback.- - A. C. Carpenter was in Mt. Vernon Monday. On last Thursday L. S. Gardne; was tried in Police court here for violation of the law and fined $5 and cost but Saturday night he ab squatulated. that is lelt between two days. Hoys let me give you a piece of advice the time hay come when we have to abide by the law ?..fc SO WCJI131 A ROYAL Absolutely Pure Economizes Duller, Flour, Eggs; makes Ihe food more appetizing and wholesome BAKING POWDER The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream ol Tartar CLOTHING I .. e X3 ...All Wtll OU1K-UU1- .1 $7.50, ?10., $12.50 SHOE " $15. and once. $18. II. 1 1 "X vl Big line, sizes irom 3 to J 8 in. Serges, Tans & Grays Boys' Knee pants Suits ' 1 For MEN 1 Our NOWClothing and Shoes ARE READY FOR YOUR INSPECTION yV r -- m - t SHOWS THROUGH i' r '&& r ? Big Line of Women's Low Cuts $1.50 to $375 Oft m I) IjBIHip if SUTTON & MeBEE THE. EMPORIUM t &rfrtuo Clothe -- Fenwick and little daughter are visiting at Lebanon Junction this and Mrs. Alvinr Carico week. visiting relatives at East J3ern- are stadt. W. A. Rice who has had rheumatism is slowly improving. i Hellard and Elliott have, moved Iheir butcher shop to one of John Elisba Mullins' store rooms. "Creek DrumBullock, tne Scaggs mer and good road advocate was in town a few days" ago and said that the Legislature could put him fn the Eleventh District but be would never move there. In this case it seems that a man gets to, a certain pjftce, and never moves. j Miss Letha MuUihs hw paensonw II r.. ci. v. T? Difa jonrl sab "ELx-lev --Mr. Sai. S. E. Pennington Vcruuii ouuuay. c Anf i" nt cv ."jr wss in MEN AND BOYS Blue Serge Suits for Men - - $12.50 9.50 Brown and Gray Suits for Men 5.50 Other Suits 2.50 Blue Serge Suits for Boys - Men's and Boysf Overalls, 25c, 50c, $1.00 ---- --- I OVERCOATS Worth $400 going at - - - $3.00 s NOE & DAVIS - t 5-- ?i J I "TTTWMiliiiBiTrrTfiTMirifclirmM 3MB?',"iBJffw HTV iuBI JT 4de WW IT W . ",-- ' fc ,7 , ;sr.- - 1 Terrs v -- ' nas. -- T i niHttdVVnniK&nnKHyiBKKlMHKHHnBIIIHWIRHFfr t 'ii i !! im I i wim III t- IT11 in HI II' III M ! - JC "II T iIIi-ttt- u. ' .. fT -- . M- - C . T" .- - tf - -- sr' . Shelby and Spencer. The twe rest. We are loday confronted KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION description ? many features with makiu tie soil and the moemints have so of inking resemblance, as to crop and when we do this we Remember we have the nicest and best justify suspicion, and justify the prove that there is more in the jstafeineuts made by you, in pail man than in the land. rockers in the at least. There are several undei- -' The soils of Rockcastle are not .lying reasons, but I think if you th poorest hut they can be made ' look closely enough 011 will see much better each year besides we Tf as a people cm become more in- the hidden hands. MRSffil Why is it that Che majority of f expect to be the next Demo-- dependent each year. For those sat.e Americans turn themselves cratic .Nominee m that Con-- 1 that are nota:let take courses Tor Infants and Children. into blithering idiots when their gressional District; and, if G sey in agriculture, nvich valuable in Kind You Hbvg Always Bought friends get untried? Way is that md Adair must .or any reason, formation is given to the farmers llio a newlv married couple should be come in, I wa Bears the Rockcastle to re- - in the free Government Agii-maiyASoZT considered leeitimata lirey of all Signuturo cf -- uzScjy&&Ua We certainly in the district, and while it cultural bulletin. the banal practical jokes their will mean a harder fight to carry should take advantage of these, also carry a line of Hardware and sill v associates can imagine? Th? ' the district, I eid. more than Lss corn and mo'e grass and iu A New York City weekly advises lice and shoe throwing is insane .villi ng to take the chances. rotation with our corn we should the pnblic t0 stop reading political Js money jsaved to' buy your Hardware from but the riotous enough in only lost Rockcastle the last grow more of the f eds, such as matter and turn to fiction. I But, lufliamsm of the charivari infcun time, by fifty seven votes, if my 'cow peas, hay, bean and clovers us most of the political ' stuff served Recently adulterated Inrbirism. s nl surver of up each morning by the city parecollection right, is TheOoverument and I in New Jersey a tortured bude- - liqrantpri7. th to tu "Rockcastle ronntv is enouirh to pers is fiction created mainly by groom used a rifle upon a crowd of XockcasUe H the Eleventh as ex-- ! make each farmer i. the" county the imaginative minds of the coridiots who were serenading him 'remely small politics, and that fee' pretty good ove his possession respondents at thenatfonal capital. and his Lnde. The bullet found the people the move are but we will all f e' much better its mark in the leg of one of the making it for reasous other than and more prosper jus as we If yon hive trouble in .etting .1 lanr lilt idiots au a AA..-4put into actual rid of your cold you she general good and welfare of ihe get basy an know practically j the shooting was that you a .nil tfLti.i, t prop-oartv. nirtjustifiable. It is a hint to the'' .. As so 511 as we are able to raise a erly. 1 nereis no reas 1:1 why a .j newly manied. The trousseau 01 surplus, hive learned just how to ojIu should hang on for wteksand I am, Your ftiend. innot if all brides should in the future Harvy Hklm. make the larm pay, certainly then it will Cough you tase Chamb Remedy. For sale clude automatic revolvers and evrv man will' want go d loads, by Chas. C Davis. shoguus, and the bridegroom an i will not have lo mortgage Suider, Ky. should pack a rifle to the bridal in order to h ue them. Paternalism and collectivism have Feb. 20 191;. his farm altar. As a hint to the feebleYours t r Miccess, not the same terror for people minded it r robably would be suf- Editor Mt. Vernox Signal, 7 M. A. Chastkkn. hey ouce had. It is now realizeo Ml. Vernon Kv. ficient and it would go a long ways t1 4 hat changed economic and in 1 O MOTH lilts AND OTHERS establishing a much-neede- d Jeur Editor: towards f lustrial conditions have neces Seeing that others are con reform. You can use Buckleu's Arnica nly made almost impossible tht ributing articles iu your paper fo: Salve to cure children of eczema, ndividualism of former days The The three most dreaded physical he improvements of our count rashes, tetter, chaungs, and vve i.s have had .seventy yes s ne danger is diseases that effect modern civilized md the principal discussions beinr. ct listed humors, as well as the r nr'MM f11H"::j!'iffTag'Z3C5gsgatJiiBqHBj he possibility that it ina l.te are consumption, paraljsis, in good roads, I take the HberU accidental injuries, cuts buriii, koi l expenence 4.with Ayei. s I j if.a mj r. nXjf writing disor expressing my bruises, etc , with perfect salety. vns.ii x ctLui 4ii 'at ii .oil :utcK inaiviciuai initiative nnc in Whenever and cancer. Nothing else, y. . : ft- - g CHECKING-ACCOUN- T terprine but the danger it, probabh is covery is made whereby their noughts on a different line bu ?or boils, ulcers,heals to quick or maices US. nave great o'.d running emote. co my very starting fever sores or piles it has no lience in It IOi COuans, CUIC S, mind the ravages may be checked there is Q intended a business necessity; and bronchitis, weak throats, a- id I dou't equil. 25CIS at Ch 1. C Davis' Senator Bradlev Saturday made always much joy and a correspond- point for good roads. ve vani y .u , known natnes ar ti, 'I aft steering he who tries to get along one is ing sense of relief. In fact medical vatit to make the impression that 1 ' AFTER GOLD CtlECS j to nze cj.fj'Ji.i'UQ m it, as committee in Kentucky. The science has made such great strides' m not in favor of good road. i vrli. great disadvantage. '. PASSES. Asl: ovm doctor names of Judge O'Rerrand that there is eood reason to believe 'Vhat I want is the discussion ot -o experience he has h id Powers, ard Langley d ibat before very many years con- - "he farmers of Rockcastle, which li is required a person V"!l it. He knows. Keijp not appecr on the list. The Lexington rJeral ', in rr- sumption may be as rare as small- - believe if it had been niade.or her j in cic touch with hirn. should have a large bulk of business practicing, her good porting the anninl meeting of px and other diseases that have people-beeT'n'Ti'TrTrenPTTvm r e Pills at bedtime will c tusc. But roads would have already been Credit Men sAssocation. announce O.i r A b?en virtually overcome. in order to open an account r!ov of bile and produce a ' lZZ?$'fh. Ca3iriCG3,Phopo- c- pfcy made as he people would have the following pi us which should an &: TYPEVRTINcSod cmcer and paral"sis have mostly - s'.:: the day follovTing. ,J"CJ TELEGRAPHY tsch cox. Show it to your biffledthe skill of doctors and up been more financially able to build be of interest to all a;:d if they Professional "'! understand st a glance. aimers, and even good roads. almost every 'are carried out will dv.ibtless 2 a In to the present time mecical research t !"dtime,just one. . rr j b;t.s I r AXBH CO.. Lowell. II si, many women, are running checking .' his accomplished but little. But section of the United States, East. material penefit lo merchants at- ijt lo.tl I or iinv West, North or South we hear tempting to cirry on leitimite now it is sail that a cure for If you have i,wver done accounts BE The art cle runs as 5MG 3 CT K H paralysis has been discovered. If their people boosting their good business. business in this way, and are p- ;i familSt the report is true it means much qualities as a farming section, follows: ii fJvw w3 CUNNBttOvvN A.B.FUKNISII for the suffering thousands in our We don't hear much of that here( The Binding a d Legislative iar the plan come to us and we Br. vyhitehall 's " Brown-Furnis- h in Rockcastle. It is because we Committee reported that the own land. will get you &taiccL believe we have nothing to boost Louisville Credit Men's Association v hen the old writer said We do st geueral Rea.1 ! r lj vpars a Standard that no induceaients to offer to our w.tj tirpunriiw f.r nrrc.f.iit.itinn t n t Remedy for. "- "I "" r uu business: 7"i " M , property, handle town and farm1 every man should "burn his own northern friends nothing we have tie Legisla'n e a bill to make it ,!! ,.,' do abstracting : ecrc muscles, stiff or swollen ; .'- pass on titles. smoke' , he meant that we should worth mentio ling. 1 believe it is ' a penal offen-- e to pass a "cold" . ijipis. It quickly relieves the severe j ' If you wauttobell list yonrprc rair.-jrsauces tno lever,, ana eiiminntrt . keep our fears and worries to because we do not realize what 'check, and a special committee with iit; if vou want to bu w the to'son from the system .; 50 cents I can save you moncv. ourselves and not nurden our we are worth and that farming in vas appointed to co operate with I a b'JS at druggisu. B frieuds with them. But then there Rockcastle is only in its infancy, a similar cOmrnitee from the Louis- aF' ir5i&g3i&g-5&SZI&SK&SESSSS&l ' Dr.iU?SZ Megrimlne Co. are people who are never happy The vast areas of line timber o! iCil E. Lsfayetts St. Couth Bend, Ind. association, which also IS H THT II II ESKSStZSSFV llll mil lliMi unless they ari miserable, contra-- , which once we could boast and member of the National Assocu- rf&tc&pct&x: . : &&-dictory as the expression may upon wnich we once lived is all ion of Crecit Men, to secure SfSSilHESg) 5a$3c&cfr seem. There are people whose gone and now we must farm. A consideration. A one joy teems to be the recital of fe.vofour good energetic farmers The committee also reported fhif & yg H all their pains, trials, morbid fancies U3ve demonstrated what can be that a bill had been introduced in AT and everything else that is dark done with the soil of Rackcastle, the Legislature making it a penal I r into the ears of others. They have taken some of the farms flense to obtain coods on a false Denial t S CXT TDTO Located Over MANISE'S STORE :!::f!: that were in the worst condition .rieditstatemer.t. A committee West of K R. Trac k For some months to come inland considred worlhIess aud by was appointed to ascertain the pre Mt. Verneu, Ky. . both political meetings and litera All work guaranteed. :udcment and enerpv ha ve visions of thii bill, and to present ture dealing with candidates the goUeQ thejr fafms jQ fin cQn w Q meetlnR Qf the execut. ve irosrasrays . ., n word "JoKical" will have a promt- - ,;.- nB uwii as uvea uu LUClli ... ill uikvu aj nent place. The friends of every their poor sUw of oultivatioaJ aspiranttooff.ee will speak ol him why caut tfae farmers 'that are; i as the "logical candidate". But m ... f t n .lt ..., many cases it wdl be hard to get a few pointers from some of A-- I, SK.'IH I I II i'.J .XM.' where you will .... ....7 teSSEA .Tney ' lr Jl Il y&JMM& t, "i -- .iu. discover tne logic. - jiffiX these that are more progressive. uus viiuu, cieiir iin iwT yfssS tlie sake or everyone In tlio, C&Ss'JTw'ry I Oklahoma and Texas are vv always find listed the bet of goods, which gB family, insist on havlnff R If one wants to spoil life for States becauss they have great 5C3f tae Viimcolf irw1 fnr nt1!' rs lip Viii nnlv " Solite Lamp Oil 'People with push and energy to S are sold for a fair margain of profit Goods to be selfish. Let him be that! Odorm3 ul IJjMH SK Smokeless no Sootlessthan m- - jpSoSSat fEjp&zSb make them so. Lets iusl compare le3s Costa more 1 sS&fxSM mSh JzJim W&S3S j jn mr r tt-aud joy and contentment give place ff- tanlc - wagon Kinds. waff bought right and soldjiright are the kind' of a Saves eyes; saves money.feilor dealer has it in barrels direct rrom our worits i Your . some of our advantages over these to suspicion, gloom and unsatisfact-ionKV. can fully realize states so that we CHAS3 C. STOLL OIL CO., LOUISVILLE, Aulo o Kcflncry at barren, Pa. Motor Oaso'lno, goods always pays buy, our worth; iit. We don't have n2sssra5msa32i Tne man who in himself com-- . thehotwwds lo visit us burning Motro has always been to give bines ignorance and deceit and UP our croDSi losing all of our && quite often the two are in partner- - Spring work. 2nd. We don't have tot our customers 5 the very best goods shii is a man whom others verv the extended drouhs as they wisely keep from as much asrave 1U may seuwiis mere. 3" possible for the money. i We never wory about insects that possib'e. 1 very often destroy the crops there. customers for the pat--. ye. don't have chills or 4th. malaria as they havethem there. and asking a continuronage in the wants I Ky ' Kth. We don't worry about cy in remain ance in the future, I clones. This alone is enough to eighth: cause the most strong spirited to Washington, D. C. COMPLETE LINE very truly, '-shiver regardless of the progress February, 21, 1912 , Coffins, Caskets and Eobes. ' he may 'be making in agricultural V--, Mr, E:S." Albright, Editor AH Mail, Telegraph or Tele The Mt. Vkrnon Signal, lines, sp; We are blessed naturally with phone orders Promptly Ky. - Mt. Vernon, Vernon, many things and if we can only h Dear friend: I have iutt read the editorial get the progressive spirit of our "comment in .the last ii sue of your Western friends and gel busy we surely be more successful. 1 per on the proposed taking of .will , i ftjT VFRNON SKtNAI RckclStle out of the Eighth and If they are so successful when only I in. the Eleventh Con raisins? a good croj ever' two or gressional District. You hae hit three years, why siiould we not Friday, 1912 when we can the nail squarely on the he d 1 ' be more hat?i,fr fialt- tmrtr munVi Q j. in n raise a good crop every vtar. .... We can figure in the spring before we yet because I believe it to ,be Published every Friday by move on the part of a candidatt ,e.ven plant our rrop about what EDGAR' S. ALBRIGHT. lor Congress who is undert iking tc we will be worth in the fall. They ccerce the support of the count. can't The poem, "There is mese ultimately claiming that he iu the man than in ihe lana, pei $1.00 responsible for the rescue. UBSCRIPTICN ONE YKAR hips means more today than the Fifty years You have noticed that there is a day it was written. Advertising rates made known on bill to take Anderson county ou' ago the farmers did not have to of the Judicial District in which worry ab'iut applying fertilizer application Shelby and Speucer are locate . or anything to make his crop grow In my opinion this is for the pin jbut simply planted his grain of cultivated and the , soil did the pose of the np ol"LlpUtlingofit iW rf i ". 1 I Y I I irrriT 7" - :lr j... ' 'i-KJt- . rPTiTTTl T f ii?rjvL.mRMva,tu.rruvs; ,sifs.'Wi '1 y.w ' i MTr"-- !' "YJ "Wir' - - - X.5 YT-J,- .- - 3. " ,?-- - ' -' : v. iirfc JW. c himi; O v i was iritinc di 10 a 'vt in t lit. he ) i's b.ll, pro vi ljd ic is app: uve'J the com m nice. hit-l-- i' 1 s 1 The members of the asscciatio CJmp:isiig the lending j ibl er and millers of Central Kentucky hive agreed o exchange inft mation as totheir cxpeiience witV merchants buying goods in this territory in order that these nitr chants u ho &re guilty of well trade abuses 111 iy be known to tli members with whom they miydo business. 1 FURNITURE x. Is it Furniture you want How about a nice Rus ? ? I t urifMRBi! 011, NINETEEN MILES A RECOND Vtthout a j ir. shock r distuibance peed of our earth is the awlul through space We wonder at such ease of nature's movement, and to do those who take Dr. King's New Life Pdls. No griping, no distress jut through work that brings good hta' U : nd fine feelinjrs. 25c. at C. C Davis Do you need a Table of any kind or town n HA RDWaRE We it i.'.-el- f, ' fF.-rr- s , 1t - -- 4rtt-l- - - b-h- ind m-i- y 1 S. B, McKenzie f no -- on -- I I IwifflLiOuqnsi Lk C-- ,1 f Luxury without collt-ctivis- .. -- - - -- Reprt-Fentativ- es at v-h-ri It not that n ..- '. ' 1 j j . ' li.-U'- '. menf i -- not J !irif:SaMTlREiMYf I I Realty Co. with r-- s ; :- PEOPLE'S BANK Vernon, Ky II I 3 I I &u&pG$&&jjz I jopp3 I -- , GRAPHS j pLL iff b II LI I Liu ... , I , Iaeep an eye on this space EACH WEEK, t IWIWill ii m K i aWB a" :fiWl k & j - . I Illgh-Crad- "No-Car- b" aamn.TT.fr.s! that it Our to GRANVILLE OW MS UNDERTAKER Brodhead congressman he,lm rockcastle to the Thanking my past Yours am -- -- .- JONAS McKENZIE, Mt, Ky, no: && U (: Ve" s C ' rVoacyci - - 17 ?rr -r - X' y 1YI I- -. V'LHINUiM OIIUNAlI I . Born to the wife Mr. lames Allen, aged about 75 years, was found dead in bed sou a fine bov: s oT Gus Stayei czftsssaggsss " ajaaaaa i a aaaaaaaaaaaaaaawayaaja tf yesterday morning at his home Wear a ew Frateap Big lire near Orlando. Heart trouble was to select from ac Eish's. whenWQ the the ciuse of his deith. T7rvCaliau"No.79" Hyou wanltoCommunl. , 57 As usual that Selby Shoe is the Eberhart the nhotoyrjoher will cate wlih SIGNAL be in lown unU, Mch "talk of the town'" Selby Shoes Sutton & MclKe a:e showing a are not the ordi- - ary kind. You will not find no such shoe anywhere hg line of men's and boy's clott- as Selby. For Women only, SITTON& McBsk. j. C. Bullen Jr., bought the S.ooisv!LCC 4. Nashville R R.Co. Notice: -l- hoevto have sub- - Harvey Sigman farm uear Scaffold scribed for stock in the Mt Ver- - Cine church- TIME TABLE. nou Fair Association, will please Elisha Mullins, aged (33, of near 4.46 pm call at the Secretary's office amd pav Minims Station, died yesterday 22 iicnn.. 24 nortn 3:53 a m in same on or before March 15th. morni:g of paralsi. Mt ernon. Ky. &anra,ic,i2 j v 1 LL 1 . ia' ! fr 3 W P A Y YO U With Oil V Clothes new assortment of l south South 2i 11:38 a & and receive cert 12:19 am J as. Landrum, Agent. Phone No. 58. Entered as i the Mt Vernon, s Ky. Postoffice second-clas- mail matter. PERSONAL Little Katherine Welch is very ick. Dr. R. W. Djchc was in Louisville Tuesday. TvJrs. R. L. Brittou is numbered with the sick this week. I)r Cuenut ha.s his new residence altncKt completed. Little Austin Sparks Durham has been very s'ck for several days. jirn Davis, of Somerset, was with relatives here first of the d. your residence betore taken Eberhart the The Wilhug. Workers, of the photographer leaves town. Christian church will have home Don't fail to attend tKe ''Old I le t r$jne Bacjc ,speiijnK niatch 2t 1 made candy and cike on Fish's Clothing Side tomorrow QrhdeH School bnildjng this even The proceeds will l.c iwd to help j ir at 7 o'c.ock finish paying for the new seats, ' The pool room and the malt The County Board ol E'nfca- - mead itand quit business yesterday high license we tion will devpleits time, at the a'd or. account-o- f necessary suppose,, will slay quit. next meeting in making or desiied changes in the boundary Two farms for sale. For further lines of school sub districts. Ii . information apply to, von desire a change seo your C. H Frith, Cbairtifan at once or come hefoie Feb. 23 4t. Brodhead, Kv. the boatd. The boaid will meet We are showing the best look-irat the regular time, 10 o'clupk on line Men's and Boy's Suits Respectfully, in' this part of the country. the 3rd Mondav. Drop J. W. K incur. Chm. in today and let us show you. Sutton & McBke, j Scale. HaveTv7ewf .K.R-GKNT&eC- I - Until you see out beautiful I I Spring and Summer patterns j- - A yyA PA i 1 j exclusive WeVe made special preparations with a lot of j j NEW YORK STYLES For young men; young business men and the older men who believe in dressing in smart style, h sj Hro; 1 1 4 v - g All men" who care about Good Clothes will be in Ji n leresieu in tnese nue goous. nu laorics are lite .i a special point for j. j 1 1 "i l 1 all-wo- ol I A Rtrht-ki- h utc'gr FISH'S GUARANTEED CLOTfoES Tlie perfect tlie good tailoring, fit, I 0 the ONtrcinely fa&liionalilc style, J ington, long the 'adjusting iuaurance ni titers follow-- ' supply lasts j ing the fire. Mr. and Mis. S. F. Bowman audi The marriage of Miss Lithe C. I'.ttiC son, Dwipht, were with the Butner a d Mr. James M. Liltell invV of Ktr.i bowman at Oon- - was quietly celebrate-- at the home ot the ofiiciating minister, Rev. wa Fiid. ai d Sdtutd-iy- . D:. J. F Waiton and G'.orge Mark Collis t 4 O'clock 011 Wed The ceremony Du humwerhere lrom Brcdnead, nesday afternoon. by the hride's was witnessed Stiir"dav. to ?er Master Aus in Jipaiks Durham who has bten very cousins, Mr. and Mrs. William Butner, of this city, s.cjf The wedding comes as quite, a Mrs Jim V..nhrok, of London, wheels of progress started. surprise to the many lriends of been with Mr. and Mis. Chas. h.s a id the news Tavlok: Mr, T. G ,v, J KJ' VwrhoMfc. at Level Green aminy the popular couple, is heard with good wishes from Taylor agc-- 64 year,.-dielas: ., Saturday morning at his home all. The bride is the daughter oi the; near Maretburg this county, aftci ,'...' v:. . ,.h ate Mr . P. Butner, of Wildie. an illness of only 18 hourb Mm.dir. os Lnir.ViSton, are m.C Ky , and has made Lexington her bowel. The deceased was taken llvt-imother. Mrs Fishback home for a number .of years and is sudden ill and from the first to the was here 'his loved and K. A Yui ebt-hadmired by a host of j last suffered the- most excruciating 1 here last Friday ev ning with 40 week. members by Mrs. Don'h Hnhes. Mss? Clyde Watson, of Biod-heais with her sister, Mrs. F. L. of Barhcursville, District Prei (" dent, and Mis Minnie jo e.Durham. Lexington. Mrs. Roy Bea.lt-- was J. M. Brown was here from elected Mohle Grad, Miss Le Host Bernstadt Wednesday tor a Mae Lovell. Vice Grand, Mis few hours. Ethel Davis, Sec. ana Misa Mattie Ott Reynolds was here from Butner, Treas. Regular meeting's Corbin Monday the guest of Mr. will be held on Saturday afternoon and Mrs. E. R. Gentry. at 2 o'clock. S. B. McKenzie. Lewis Miller Hon. Harvey Helm, Congressand W. H. Fish were in Loudon man from this district wants tha between trains Suuday. tobacco-growin(readers ot Signal Mrs Ktlle Coyre. or San Antonio to know that, by special concession Texas, is visiting the family of lier of the department of Agriculture, brother James Maret, this piac lie htts secured several hundred Mhs Ella Adamp, ol Berea. wtU etnll ItQrtl.nirc ff Tflilf.i nrl.tv anhe this afternoon to vjm iss and Yellow Pryor tobacco seed, Virginia Davis and Mrs. j. li. which he will be gl id to send to McKei.z.c any who .will address him 'care vas i: from Lewi R. A Hou.-- e of Repiesentatives, Wash bur, Tenn., durii g the week' as as D. C. -, 1 1 g At the Presbyierian cljurch Sunday "The Second Coming of Christ" will be the morning n subject. Evening service at ser-mo- correct iu every tlutail. - These are the things you want; and this, is the Be one of the first to sport a neAV V ..?.--- " cordiai welcome to all. Preaching at the Baptist church Sunday iNJch. 3rd. at both hours as usual. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Cordial invitation extended Q all to attend, and worship with us. T. C Dui:n, pastor. The fair ground was surveved by 7. A store for theiru Spring Suit. These are pg UU 4 M" vur :v SSs&fi&sw&sssva Mm--.j-M- jj -- oi priced at 10, S15 Janc $20 and. tl We Guarantee Satisfaction LOOK iUARATTEEDil 10 dc au woo: 13 To wear yor Ii satisf.iction t 1 M Sijrveor and ting ber bee W. A. B Davis, Tuesfjay work will begin at once oi putthe grounds in order A numof concessions have already Sold. a SIG. of the pisii mmm'Mmmm .'.." If Mt. Veinon is to have uy io-c:ai- newiii note), u is up to our'&js people to get busy, and see what done. atlfl nnw i tl.r linm R 9 Oan for something to be doirg. Kor VOL Mi TilK those who can to simply stand. still and let the golden opportunity pass, to have a good modern hotqi ttrtgajcgTsagrgajSffi would be a shame and disgrace J. S. Langford bought a four and those who can do, cerlainly year eld bay horse at Countv Com- C ought to get b.is'y. Fair time and mictinnPK ;aif liprp Mnnn;H lor OSn-':oi other gatheiings will come which !?I2,S.OO. 59. G2-is going to rtquiie hotel accom 3Jct.. Shape' snees Bates ''Natural qiodations and there is certain fit and wear to perfection. i nose es'- every reason why prompt action good things for tjoo.. should take place. Let evervbody and many other as... talk it and fight for it and get the men at Fish's Big Clothi.ig Store, CSeo. e 11? p. M A:VS msm j i a i m&hkMm m&$3PFm$b afegyggsaj tTOsJfessiV i U If . . . O STUUE I - :::. '"'' so3w30oe0e3Beitnaaee9Ooeoooeaoaooaa3cc.ooaa69aoiaoa OOO 8 Sr fa QQ t OCO 9 O OOOQ JOOO 306C RO 8B i. G O l O OC C. UOW O 3O 33 8 ?" - oo" COME Tfe "" R !k TO l LIVINGSTON'S L X Ji Dr. Cheek, of Danville, preached gs... a very able diBcnuise at the Presbv- - ties M H W A YA 3 acO ao aeo 9f B W 1 06 fc3 3(3 i d d .. d . , . ... , , . C3ce.. terian cnurcn weunesuoy eveuirg, I0U0 mg the ordinailon ot Mr ca- J. a Lar.drum as Llder. g9. aso k r - V to pack bis house hold - to .rTp to Lewishurg, where g odhr hat a position with the V. J. Spaiks Lo Hon E. B Thompson was here from Kranktort Saturday and Sun- da. His brother, Clay j.ccom- panted Him back toJ?rauKiori iora, liw days visit. u j-- '. r. -- vA friends here and in her old home pain, aid nothing that medical Mr. Litt 11 is the sou of Mr and skill could do gave him any relief Mr Mrs. Emest LitJell, of Williams- from the intense s.iEL'rin 4. town, Ky., and has also lived iq Taylor had been a resident of this Lex.neton for some time, holding county most of the time for a'poSuiou wjth the C. & 0. rail 25 years and was one of thv road. mosl respected and honore.I citi The bride wore her traveling zens of the countv. He leaves a 0f dark blue cloth with hat wife and six grown children to . ,...-- ) VTtc A. inr? ...., lorn' Sjiih n'PfP . .. .,.U l. - .. .; iiuiucvwaiciy n(inr .r...nr-.- il.w.o m o 1,:.. lu iitdiv.u auKi :....,.n,l.n1 inc. mui hi im..u ......iU . .. tr. i.n ., tne ceremony,- - tne cou.jie lett lor voiea nusoana acu tainer. iu-rvesie oaj on intir way wom iat1 hzel rMcn 10 x.aio ioec ivw. a tnp antl upon tneir return will, remaius were la'd to reit in the ..uis' Mster, Mrs. Robt. Shiplet, !g0 to housekeeping at 7irHAin family qurying ground M.md y who is very sick. brick avenue. Lexington Leader. 'The recent fires in Mt Vernon Longmire was at Hzel Frank The Young Peoples Missionary have raalce clep.r two things. Pitch during the veek loading League gavp au euj yable Mission- First that Ml;. Vernon, has a lot steam shovels an grading ma- ary Social last Friday night, Feb. of plucky, energetic and de- chinery to ha used on the Sparks 23, at the Dormitory. About eighty : terminer H re fighters, who are Co's Ttnnsee contract. guests iucludiug members were not afraid of Work, and who are Miss Sillie Clovd ' Harmon, left piesent many of whom were re.,dy to stay on the job as long Tuesday lor her home at Dublin dressed in toreign costume indie at-- ; aS there is any hope ai putting .Va., after a pleasant visit with lye of some Missionary country. QUt the flames or saving property Progressive games with thej But there is another fact that Mrs R. W. Dyehe. at this place and Mrs. V. H. Kruger at Living- Missionary idea predominant, were ms been brought out by the late ston conducted in four rooms, f1Pes jn Mt. Vernon.-naiqe- ly that Taylor, of An interesting and instructive beoause" of a lack of organization, Thomas and Lee Missouri, who were called home feature of tbe evening was a' the fire fighting has not been ,as last Saturday on account .of the Chinese wedding couducted by effectual as it might have been, death of their father, wer.i here Mr. Watson with .the assistance of andcertainly the loss of property Wednesday lookuig after some Mr. Furnish. Elizabeth Gentry and through unnecessary breakage Tanne Thompson, all attired in jias ben much greater than it business matters. Chinese costume. After this was should have been. concluded the social committee Wha'teverour attitude is toward LOCAL served the guests with dainty re- - water-wor- ks in Mt Vernon, why 25 Penny Pictures for 25 cts. at freshments consisting of sand-- ' not provide for the immediate Ebethart's Studio. Remember he witches, tea and home made candy, future by organizing a volunteer The next regular meeting of the. fire brigade that will fight our leaves March 16th. League will be on Match 2nd at ' fires not only with persistence The members are but with system and order, with See the new Spring line of the. manse. "Ankle Huggers" at Fish's studying "The Uolift of China" a level headed, steady nerved and are enjoying the opportunity man as fire chief, and a few able and you will want a pair. ? of coming together in an instruct- - captains with squads under him, , A cordial 0ar loss' by fires in Mt. Vernon', You Loo kiigora Faem? ive and socia. way. Akb convenient to a thriving town with invitation is extended, to the woul 1 he rdnnnd tr. n. minimum best educational advantages? The young people of Mt. Vernon who. I j the question a timely'oneand price is right. Must be sold now. are not already Mn embers, of this ivitwOth yonfconsidera'.ion and Address Box 54 Stanford, Ky, organizattoa. jjuuvwu.. th-last d I .... 1 e ..: 1 . i.g .it nw-uaii- - - About eleven o'clock last Sun- - oc.!. , B8n" day morning anomur ure aiaun goeo w;s given. This time it was tlie t;Caa.. resiuence of rur. R. A. Sparks, a tos... fire had started in a closet filled qs . COOc with clothing in an unused ted.sot. room. 'How the fire started wab a and more so to Mrs. c?oec. great m.-ter-y Capt. eoa.. Suarks and her father, CJOao. be.nl ly, who discovered the blaze ee-a- nd began pouring on water ana 09a.. so Jar as the fire was concerued ; eo-93 would have done but little damage loos" ., Kami. . OSe.,. hadllOt SOmG Ot tlie PeOPiC gOUC.1.'w rtAat. crazy an(i trieti to tear up all the ;& A Aei down the ' eaa... furniture as vyell as (30sa. People ahould reraeaib.T (?a... house. " esooc hat it property can riot be saed in Sae" C9a. itr h d cs a fairly good condition The damagei iust as well' burn. o to about 8125. , ' iv astt" We are getting nearly every department in our Big Store Complete We can only mention a few of the many bar- a0 3 gains that await the public. We are going to sell all kinds ..93 aii a of Goods cheaper than ever sold in Livingston before a few prices below : : - See 8 o (9 7 - . ' t" M lbs Standard Grarulated Sugar $I00 Pure Leaf Lard per Can of 50 lbs $5.25 Compound Lard - - - per lb 8 1 c Best First Patent Flour - per bbl $500 jfj eCJ C9 act) 3 89 9 eos a ; ; i i eoa I BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOOL ob-12- 9r S5C eaoi We want every man, woman and child to visit our ts9 ..3,23 -- sis S3 ca ! sit 6? C39 99 a ! " Washington's birthday was !, served by' a half holiday. An ap eos.; propriate program included; G S TO for themselves m an r' . Doxology Music Junior chorus Responses from Washington and Lowell by a representasive from each class. Music .".!- 2. JL 35C. eo- JLm B-te- s 6 t r: - i- 9 America School 2S':r. -9 . , , Oaa. i mi. vjuucuiri, xuc i iiveius classes wn:cn ::::: r : : : : : a t amAAMMAma909)90w3a owwiw meet on Friday are among the mt st S ::; ; t r B ,. v.i ..r luicicotiug n:u eujuyuuic oi .!--inc . week. iMi'ss Jennie Morrow Miller, a i MclHure, of Bloss, visited their ler meeting at the home cf Robert is in very poor health. W. H. last Friday, nigh', (Graves, John Logsden. Gerrge pv.pil has entered' as a Grandmotherf Mrs. Sarah Kirby McKinuey's formei services conducted by W. H Graves Hood. Robert and Andrew McKin- boarding pupil while her mothei is; last week. Willie and James away from home. Adams, of near Mt. Vernon, at and George Hood. Billie LivesayJ tney, of this place uent to Plato, tended church at this place Sun- atid I. D. DeBord of ntar Level-Gree- last Saturday to hold a few days .HANSFORD. attended church at this Holy Roller meeting. Rev. Char day. The little child of C. M. place Sunday. Miss Fannie Miller ley Carnvcal, filled his regular McKinnev's remains very sick. at a'?6 .0M ley, vr visiting atlhis Bro. G!ou?e filled; his vsppbinL-- r Miss Fannie Ro we spent last Eri-me- Of Sand-sprinand Sunday and was , . . r.t Mt. Pfrgah Saturday ,andJd!y with MartbC and Fannie niace ta.si ween. ume oerins held . - nn,;, unHa. Mb nvwUUI Sunday. There will bo DreaohlneKir r. and Mrs. Irwin Bu1 Kirby, spent last Surday wi'h her Jie.'Sc-conSunday! Jock, 'spent Saturday and Sunday aunts Afiss Fannie Kirby. John Saturdaynd mvpch ihontb iustJiaU ,6f ihe" with, Mrs Bullncl' parents Mr. and Rvan who lias been Wtipg, hi FOR FLETCHER'S fourm. Misses.Lena, ina.Koxie imrs w. a. MCivtuney. Holy Rol-- brother at this place for a few wteks .4- iS"; &-- Senior chorus . H'. LIVINGSTON, r. ,-- ..: 1 ae8M88883M88')88iBi0UIiB9""''""""""",'"""o"," . :::::::::r.:i ::::::;::;: ..;;;;;: n, g H AMLI N KENTUCKY -- 9 9 "99 S9 S9 9 69 00 99 99 d-- y -- et ,.,.., fP10"1 J JF - lv.-M- '.wj Children Cry - - .. 1 CASTORIA jj:V.-aL- , i grfcss. . 4Sf .. . .Zm': "?ltf -- i fc L mJ:&MS- - . 'n V i & h" aPlkw. 01 corn to- - Bonits HnHs,n at $3.50 VOX POP.ULI. j pea batrel. The Alexander Bros., o, Theodore, "just this occe w;M have a Alex Wells sale sold a lot of corn at a heap 1 1 the disease follows dlsobedl-ne- e more," Nature's laws are perfect if only we obey them, butthere are mysteries there, S'ltiirdji, March 2nd and will field at from $3 to S3. 25 per Nature for the cure, to the forest; of to The people's voice doth plead, the W.ldjcherry tree, of whS we can fathom for you. Take the bark i le.iveat once for Cincinnati to rel. Interior Journal. and Thy leaderahip, as once before root, queen's root, Oregon grape root, stone with just the nght make his tuture home. We very Sdeseal root, make a scientific, glyceric extract of them, In time of sorest need '. proportions, and you have The "Ship of State" flies at Jjie much regret to g've up such good UP TO WILSON. DOCTOR PIERCE'S GOLDEN MEDICAL DISCOVERY. neighbors. Dr. W. F. Carter was mast As a piece of writing the article Called 1 huriday night to see Mrs. It took Dr. Pierce, with the assistance of two learned chemists and pharma The signal of distress, with which Co1. Wattersou closes cists, many months of hard work experimenting to penect J. S. Helton.--B- ro. A.J.Pike filled the Wilson Harvey incident, this vegetable alterative and tonic extract of the greatest The billows howl before the blast so far Crowned with foam of reckless- his regulor appointment at Free- as he is cohcerrert, and departs efficiency. The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has heen dom' Saturday and Sunday: The ness. Mb. C. W. Paytley, of Millvillc, Calif ..writes : " I wish from political activities for the in use for over SO years, has borne the signature of are almost impassable in to tell you that I have used your ' Golden Medical Dis"Old Glorv" waves amid tbestoim rods and has heen made under his per live for a ver long .hi part ot ihe cx nity. Misses present, will covery' in my family for twenty years. Wo have had a sonal supervision since its infancy. The emblem ot a nation's pride doctor called in but once during that timQ.-- havo a family Pearhe and Rebecca Mink enter- time. Allow no one to deceive you in this. great The heritage of Souls unborn of ten children, all well and hearty, for which, to a Thus far Gov. Wilson has said All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-as-gooare hut tained a few of her friends Satur-la- y extent, wo owe thanks to you and your Golden Medical A monument to those who died. nothing except to challenge the Experiments that trifle with and endanger the" health of Discovery ' and ' Pellets,' which we use when sick." night with a singug. Rev. Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. For, this, we plead, our Ccm-mo- n A. J. Pike was called to Maret-bur- g truthfulness of Col. Watterson and Dr. Fierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate and invigorate Cause tiny granules. Sunday to preach the funeral treat lightly and in sortfewhat Stomach, liver and bowels. C. W. Pawley. Esq. scornful way everything connected calls aloud from far and of Mr. Oj-- Taylor, That who died SatCastoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Parenear, urday at 10 a. m. He leavts a with the incident. goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It Col. Watterson is restrained from To free us from pernicious laws wife aud six children which were contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Xarcotie 23 ir Withholding justice everywhere. all present except two which were making public the proof which he substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms This call is heard from shore to so far away they could not get he.f offered t" place before fivedtsinter- and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea, and "Wind ested men touching the veracity Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation shore, Ihe,children present were Tom and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the of the candidate from New Jersey, From South and East, from of St. Louis, Mo., and -- This bank is a home institution, Our loans are made rightjhere at Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. North and West, Lee, of Kan., also Robert who but the biting scorn with which he )) lome to our good farmers and business men. It is a home institution The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. J)J or our home people. We will pay you good That "Teddy lead, again once more was at home. He was one among treats the attitude of Gov. Wilson interest on your idle iiiiunds. Make a deposit and then pay your bills with your personal To check the tide, of lawlessness. the best men of our community and in the whole matter and the picture GENUINE ALWAYS Governor, who gT 'h'ck. It i very simple, convenient and safe. Call and we gladly ex-- S The lust, and greed for gold and we regret his loss very much, but he draws of the plain the many i vantages of a checking account. You will always accepting the praise from the un the Signature of power, we must remember our loss is i ive a receipt which cannot bj disputed. The endorsed check, which thinking for spurning the support Doth reign supreme throughout Heavens gain. He was only sick .vi I be returned to you i incontestable proof of the payment of the bill of Harper's Weekly, was secretly Yonr money is safe deposited in this bank to your credit. If you cai-- l a few hours. His remains were the laud. ry it in your pocket or leave it at home it may be lost or stolen. Our hope and trust at this dark laid to rest at Freedom burying written to the editor for forgiveness will not be easily effaced. 22 Come in and let us talk these matters over with you. ground to await the resurection hour The dismissal which he gives to Is in thy strong and guiding morn. tne iessea to live on tne im hand. (incorporated.) maculate contributions of subGLO.UOU3NEW3 Gigantic "Trusts" restricting trade scribers hiving wings, harps and MT. VERNON, KENTUCKY Tyranny of the "Money Power" comes fro-Dr. J. T. Curtiss, halos is su.lieiently scorching to In Use Fop Over Years THE CCNTAUR COMPANY. 7T MURRAY STRICT. NEW YORK CITY. cause enough! We seek thy aid, D wight. Kan. He writes: "I not make the Literary C Is Mil'iiUU ilili iiii Bureau heed In guidiug us at this dark tour. only have cured bad cases of eczema the sugg .ation made in our columns in my pati mts with Electric Bitters We've been betrayed from year to but also cured myself by them of that the contributions collected in year. the same disease. I feel sure they Wall street for Gov. Wilson be We've hearkened to the "Eoss" will benefit any case of eczema" published. This shows what thousands have too long, Although the facts that Col. proved, that Electric Bitters is a We've lent to leng a willing ear no.st effective blood purifier. Its Watterson promised are not forthTo soothing strains of the siren's an XL. 5BRHDH CASKET CD. excellent remedy tor eczema, coming, because of no reluctance song, of his, his parting shot will untetter, salt rheum, ulcers, boils aud running sores. It estimates liver, doubtedly rankle. "Protection" as a galling yoke. New Yor PRACTICAL Has weighed us down, thus on kidneys and bowels, expels poisons Herald. UNDERTAKERS helps digestion, builds up the and on strength. Prictf5o cents. SatisFUNERAL DIRECTORS, 3 The "Tariffe" slogan, a mighty faction guaranteed by John W. Sickelsmith, Gretm-boro- , AND Pa , has three children, and hoax . Chas. C. Davis. EMBALMEJRS Es like most children they lreequeLtly A grim reminder of the nations C " f .daaaBBc "c t ByiTvyfBy "5fi, E7 take cold. "We have tried several Mt. Vernon, Ky, 2; wrong. kinds of cough mediciue," he LAND STOCK AND CROP. Again we plead "The people's says, 'but have never found any METAL1 did. them as much good choice". W. B. Burton bought 25 head of yet that as Chamberlain's Cough Remedy" Shall grasp once more the helm tour to six year-oi- d Few anc strons cotton mules For sale by Chas. C. Davis. TJJa9at'1li Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of of state from Ba rd and Mann, of Lexing-to- d 2 work for the company. Obedient to the "peoples" voice at an average ot $200, per wr Allows five shols in lightning succession or deliberately Hearse sent to all points zs srOrders by wire promptly tilled. And save us from impendtug head, Mr. Burton has exported 18 as desired. Three to get the cripples. fate. s of hybrids since the Manager Minimum recoil. Not a single ounce of muzzle energy lost. opening of the season, making his "Old Glory" waving overhead, Office Mt, Vernon Monumental Building PHONE 112 5 With out streatched aims we shipments to North Carolina, South Part of the recoil, ordinarily absorbed by shooter's shoulder plead, Mt Vern on, K is utilized to operate the mechanism. Carolina and Richmond, Virginia.. To Teddy R. our mighty chief TiiUiUUUUitiitUlUUUtliUlUliUiiltlUlUllUiiUUUlUUIiUliUR . .V. A. Lear bought 16 250 pound Handles heaviest ammunition easily and accurately. Home and office in the late residence In this time ot need. hogs from Logan Burke at Dr. Myers formerly occupied on I Id Solid Breech, Hammerless, Safe ! With such a leader, tried and true, per pound; 10 100 pound shoats Main St.,; Mt. Vernon. I&mingtOtl-yM- C perfect shooting combination. With cohorts brave and strong from Maurice Sutton at 4 cents Send for Descriptive Folder With watchword "O i to Victory" and 20 200 pound porkers from We pass the word along. REMINGTON METALLIC CARTRIDGE CO. ZU John Bogie at 4 90 per hundred. . Uroadwa, Mew York City Mt. Vernon,- Ky. V. W, ATTORNE weoM FeD. W. Elmore sold roo bales 1 J S oijjjft23(uagi ostxassa d" Children Cry for Fletcher's 1 Sugar-coate- d, p What is CASTOR1A mmnmmm 'nmmmssg n A Home Institution a-- I and-Estelle- . CASTORIA yBears THE SANK OF MT. VERNON, l3 lm-8,sliIU- n m The Kind You Have Always Bought 30 IQSEKgHP UTOLOADING SHOTGUN 1 - f i?3w T w COUCH CCSKETS Coffins and Robes. -s W. T. FRANCIS, car'-load- Dentist GEORGE OWENS, 5c. ARMS-UNIO- N - C.C. Williams, 14. saesSIHUM)) , . i . .,, UNDERTAKES Our line of Couch Caskets is unexcelled Hand-mad- e W somnia The most common case of inis disorders of the tomach Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets correct tbe-- e disorders and enable you to sleep. For sale by Chas. 0. Davis. ' MT. VERNON. KY. clover and timothy hay, to J. W. -Sweenev at $20 per ton, and a lot OFFICE. On 2nd. floor o of mixed bay to W. C. Greening The Bank of Mt. Vernon , on Church attention given f Parsons, Kan., at $15 per ton. . street. Special to collections. . . V. A. Lear bought a Phone No. 80. mule from a local trader at $142.50 ..R. E. Thompsou sold $650 worth -- ..J. at Blood Was Wrong All women, who suffer from the aches and rains, due to female ailments, are urged to try Cardui, the reliable, four-year-o- ld Coffinsfurnished DON'T ABUSE YOUR WATCH YOU do not run your buggy, automobile or other ra chirery till it squeaks aud griuds and cuts itself to pieces. You clean and oil it often. You should be as caretul of your watch. It is small and light and can not speak loud when it is dry and needs cleaning and oiling so it U liable to cut and wear and need attention before you know it You may not know it till the watch is completely ruined and stops. Bring your wa'ch to us and let us examine aaaHfivs?" "HLaW JaY it with our strong glass to see its condition accurately. We will show you and explain the exact conditi in. Every watch should be thoroughly cleaned and and adjusted once in each year. Take proper care of your watch and it will last you a lifetime. I Cousult us on all WATCH DISEASES. 3.C.MeCLARY UNDERTAKER scientific, tonic remedy, for women. Cardui a.cts promptly, yet gently, and without bad effects, on the womanly system, relieving pain, building up strength, regulating the system, and toning up the nerves. During the past half century, thousands of ladies have written to tell of the quick curative results they obtained, from the use of this well-knomedicine. wn Hearse sent to all parts of the County and EMBALMEP TAKE All Phone orders by Wire Promptly Filled J4 K U w I Woman'sTonic Stanford, Ky. not able to do my own housework. My stomach was weak, and my blood was wrong. I had backache, and was very weak. I tried several doctors, but they did me no good. I used Cardui for 3 or 4 months, and now I am in the best health I have ever been. I can never praist Cardui enough." It is the best tonic, for women. Whether seriously sick, or simply weak, try Cardui Writ t to: Ladles Advtinrr tVni. rn.iHannn i:-- T Mlfmm fV f.m-- for Special Instructions, and book. " Hosw Treatment tor Woaea." seat frta. J 51 The W. A. 94-- S COX, MT. VERNON, KY aw$vf!v9Ma says: Mrs. Jane Callehan suffered from womanly trouble for nearly ten years. In a letter from Whiteville, N. C, she "I was HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAI FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES Wool on Commission. Writs for pel list mentioning this ad. AND HIDBS Siy i3SSSS. S ! re-oil- JOHN WHITE & CO. fr ilSPwP ft I FRANK MOORE R. W. DYCHE MT. VERNON, KY. Office at residence on Main St Crown and -- Bridge Work Work guaranteed. Specialty. DENTIST jgBWHWWWHMHBn c&xp&3 &y$pcx; BIGGEST AJiD BEST AGRICULTURAL PAPER IN THE SOUTH Order for SOUTHERN RUJRALIST SEND NO MONEY three-year subscription proposition. We hope to obtain one hundred thousand additional subscriptions during the present year to continue for three years It is practically a trial subscription and payable at the end of the first year. The subscription Qaiibe stopped at any time by paying for the period the paper is taken: This method of taking subscriptions is the invention of another publication, and we are trying it to see if there is anything in it. What do you think? The subscription price of this paper is $1.00 for three years, and the bill for is sent to the subscriber at the end of the first year. When the bill goes out we slip in aJist of handy premiums for the subscriber to select from, providing he pays the bill promptly, and the general result is that the bill is soon paid. When it comes to getting subscriptions from intelligent, high-clafarmers, our contemporary states that they are at of the class. ; Well, we'll see. the-subscripti- We desire to invite attention to our Kindly Sign the Blank Form Below and Become a Regular Subscriber. Chas. (X Davis ycx3cy There are lots oi Drug Stores in this land of ours that sell Drugs, but the Drug Store for the people is the one that gives the purest drugs obtainable. Try us and let us prove ourselves the one. Yours, B " afBalaaaM I dcxxc' m -- CKaBM ;'orrs and and - Gentlemen : You are hereby authorized to enter my name as a subscriber to the Southern Ruralist for three years. On FEBPUARY 1, rsi3, I will pay One Dollar for the three-year-1 period This order is given with the understanding that I am at liberty to stop the paper at any time by paying the subscription to that date. Dept SUBSCRIPTION BLANK. Southern Ruralist, 20 South Forsyth St., Atlanta, Ga. thead ss Mount Vernon Monumental ; .' Manufacturer of FVIdEALER n Marblesr ll Name. Post .Office ' t j rf T Granite Monuments of -- all Estimate's furnished kinds.' on application. 3C$3C3lC& Chas C. Davis, Druggist Phone No. 39 MT. VTRNON, K Y. ?, "8" GEO.aWEJNS Prop, Phone , wi 112' -- 9SSprtteori v-- " a-r- - i -- W, at . , -- ar- - v ir r " ,r JiMfiffiTMaiMtirr frflfc. itt t . V1: ii ." k- -r -- r 52