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Mount Vernon signal: March 8, 1912 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1912 mou1912030801_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: March 8, 1912 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 y J . 7 c - v - 5 -- c;. r.arMitee5k Published Every Friday I Established 1887 BH9IBBIBBaBaaBKB9HEBaMHBBaaaHaBBBBHBBBaaB VOLUME XXV. BKODHEAI). MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY.j FRIDAY, MARCH . 1912. NUMBER 24 'S -- nolds was in Mt Vernon Satur were going to have ideal Spring acost thefirityear ot"$ll,454,G00. too that gives us so much nice day. Mrs. Alvin Reynolds and weather. The sun shown so the second year $82,000,000, after milk and butter are patiently Miss Clyde Lear, of near Alt. children have been visiting-relahome beautiful and the thermometer which it will steadily decrease. Dr. George Frith is at waiting lor mother earth to clothe yo'uuu, noauoo vi3.i,iiig iioaWves at. Wiiuio. -- James Tayior sfooa at 4o. was necessary to report out herself with a carpet of lovely rne old women Louisville for a few days. from it K. J. 0f Conway, was here Sunday jyaa l.ook commenced nlanninsr where thev favorably a bill in order to rive ereen instead of the white c ne H. Anderson was in Maret- .. x v w Leinonds was in Louisville Wed- R. L. Gregory, -- of Louisville, were goiDgito plant thejr beans the Senate a chance to act, and it previously spoken of. Mrs.. Saiah burg, Suuday. Miss Lena Mc- nesday. A little child of Mr. paid the dispatchers office a and how many chickens they was agreed that this bill should Denjev, of Clarence. Pulaski with borne folks in Maret Co., and Mrs William Poynter is pleasant cull Sunday. J. P. E. were going to raise and even be reported, each senator s has been visiting friends and Surg, Sundiy. Mks Etta Moore very sick at this- - writing. R B. wfts In Mt Vernon went so far as to sharpen up Jing the right to offer amendments. relatives the p.st week. W. B. wasin.Mt Verne n, Saturday, be- Sams has gone to work for the Saturday. R M. Proctor, of Mt. the old case knives to pick Thit bill has been reported and Poteet's lamily visited in Pulaski M. Frith tween trains. Dr. G. R R. Company here. L. H. Vernon, Is working a if ew nights stagger weed (or weens). But now either the Sherwood or Bum- - county lrom Friday until Suuday. Veruon, Sundav. Mrs ' Davis is moving his Stock Of n Huoh Rlranr'a nlnnt nt rh nn riainrr tiovt mnrniri'cr a .t. hn.m Rtll nan ho cnhctirnfrl f.,r-i- t Vernon O. P Watson was in Mt. Miss Cleavy Bloomer of Woodgoods to the J. S. Caloway store depot. Jonas Stephen of near'chanee had taken ulace. The either in whole or in mrt Friday until Sunday the stock has been from visiting her Frank room and E. L. Cockerel! is Woodsto-.k- . Pulaski county, was thermometer had draped to 10 What I desired to do was to have brother, John Bloomer, of this truest ol her daughter Mrs. Fred wasinSlanfmd.Tnesday. Miss Mattje Owens Brooks is with home folks this moving his stock of goods in ttaa nere between .trains; Saturday.' above. The earth was covered prompt action and sugh action we place th past two weeks. Eld. Durham. con store room tnat ne purcnasea ot was vbiting lelatives in Mt ver- - Week If talk would J. W. Brown, of Mt. with 4. inches of snow and as cold will now hae. I ftava- no doubt a James Cummins went to Gooch-tow- n , L. H. Davis. non last week C C. Howell was erete walks, we would have lym vfiU pass at this sess So we have iberaj b as Greenland. .Vernon, was here Saturdav. Saturday and Sundav to fill r," Fims and children learned that it will nqt do R. . Magrud.er was in Lebanon MlS j, Livings on, bunday fr0OT the center pf town to the at home from tfti9ni The Sherwood bill has not his regular appointment, at that reached are visiting her pnqnts a build castles, inthe air. and tbeihjeen killed. bntma;V be substituted place. and Monday. Homer Walliu, of cirCumference thereof., Every fel Jpt. Tu.Gsd.4y. CftrR rjanville. was in town this week. joW Wegee has a different id'.a as the dollar mark here ind fodduF.p.jfgbiiijlr tli'js wpuk J: p!P8 qf men, or mice However, 1 am free to say that it W. "B. Poteet took W. H. ' - f,0 jsag.scai'pp as hejjs teeth-Si'&.Lemnn'ils ffopa a are .liable $0, get qverthro?n,--MFrancis Burdes. of the Copperwill pot be. s return Brown, of Mt. Vernon, a ear load the whom and how, but wp 'l sonij see mo vkit to relatives at Paris Tenn. are nopmti-isection, and Miss Lillie tuar j, jjvG aft roo( buvjnpss I am on tho ground and think I of flour from the Walnut Grove ftn(l B.. $ice, qf Quicks Creek McBeeof Quail. werequie:ly mar- - men as we have to engineer mjp f.j)e limp when the 'wmU lfl vjrginl piivjs.. pf Mt. sarjil Ky., ftr visiting fhe latter? hnow what is best Jfor the truoj roller mill last Saturday. Hill came mks jn green Vprnon, . npi(Js Will be plptjied yisjttjv' Misses piqpa parentis, M7. aBd Mr.".H- ried at the homo of the bride last affrtiT8 there should be no Ht, interest of the soldier and sh.tll back advocating better roads. Arraitage ness that tiiey will not do the HPgs and PPF sfopk pan k)ok QHt! arr Wlnrpnpp Ppn'siinP'lnn PYtldn.sr. ftt tb plfipe The qly Rqlers-pjos- not hesitate to do all in my power E'd E U Riddle Bros., oi Walnut Grove, 'his regular appointment at F,0per thing. Ihe boord Is In Iqv their- - ow mtatest,-JonniQ- eT. accomplish that Interest. Ppnn afld'Gprgp Rey. filled are doing a good business with their series at meeting to W.O.Bradley, tha Wethodist Church last Saw- - 6GsSion now (Wednesday night), Lear of the Cavieo Section was .noWg ot cqyWh, were hmi Mon- - Uerje Monday night. There Is their saw mill. Uncle James Cash Sunday Walter Miller ami w8 qrq tning sure, they are the j certaiu that an order nereiuusaay. jonn ipa uusuing day envou day ml to Lebanon Ky. of near here, wbo has been dangera. vv . ia vuwib.ui My, nnnn is foreman or tne ear most religious people we ever Statt of Ohio, City of Toledo of Lebanow .Junction was in town wiH be ously ill is slowly improving. tii'4eoncrete walks salesm m J.u.eas Couuty f ss. and children, are visiting rtla- - department for L. & N. R. R saw or they are the biggest Mrs. J. H. are to be put down in Mr. W-- . weeklast fhe Ping remains about the l?ank J. Cheney makes oath J, Corbin this week. fiv.es jn home after roost needed plac s Cleye have returned J. L. Hastv has bought a Co., and Mr Reynolds is car in devils on earth one or the. ph&V that he i i senior partner of the same. Jarrett several months visit in DlU'ango, Brooks i very sick S. E Cband-Col- Daniel Gray, qf. Lebanon Jet. fs spectof. qs. we are. soon to firm of F. J. Cheney & Co , doing ear k ad of lambs for the June They toil and other points. Mm jGr j,as moved to the farm on visiting George Pope this jjiekj. have a jail in our little berg. business in the City of Toledo delivery at a fair price. John L. H. $aui purcispd the Cpunty and State aforesaid, and Mr and Mrs. D. M. Preston, MoJJve Jtaj'ham, and her sou, NegroOreek that h recently J. H. Dicjcergpp Bankrupt stock, WelHf things keep qp, fts they that said firm will pay the sum of Bloomer uas his store house nearly s,old thejr flf 8rodheai hav jBraxik, arc s&ilh the family of Dr. purchaSed from J. J. MeCtMi ar pf gqods Pl.d wt will nqt need UNk nuNpjtKp .dollars lor eacn completed and will put in a comfe Mgnd.ay tftP hiP ft'nd are iflovin tQ Cinweek,- -in Liberti this fp,r. we ape in the midst of agd every case vm Hysinger bought a fine mule belongings of Catarrh that plete stock cf general "merchandise ln9j. Qahe Mgpshal sold his t cinnati Ohio. They stopped off R. Cassis telegraphing in from Geo-gOwen Brumett fori(140. on Long Branch, to Jackson oivillzation now. We. are coming cannot be cured by the use of Hall's at once. Te Brown aud J. L. . a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Jr farm K)ttj.arid this week. John Graves ;Fritz to the front and it will not be Catarrh Cure. Fstpg J. Cheney. Hasty are talking of trading x'arras Overbey lor $i5o.oo. hlt.yewon was in town Mon- UEPELS AT?AU QP RATH B. Hays, of this place" Mrs W Krueger, of Mt. Vernon, was long until 3 ou can hearthe tOTfffl S,WGrn to before me and sub these bad days while Joe can't scribed in my presence, this 6th. day. M. 2. Wips ana iamuv . oi plow. J. M. Craig, our Quail .Flve years aRO twu doctor toid 8- - Wl).el)eidj of Mt Vernon is here Monday. L S. Qarcper of Livingston ipejkKinjlqf as the day ol December, A- - B. 1886. . m.jLebanon, have moved to ope gf R. ...n VtnA nnY.t inu )v.aia tiu1 12...1 ' visiting Mi'H George Bppei. uau uuiy W live stock trader, came near oeing A VV. Glearon, (Seal) returned, and compromised model town oi the mountains. statement was made Uncle Sam ward remains about has . Martin's houses on Academy This jtBrvliaT Notary Public. killed one day last week by his gtdlmgn (5rgen, Malachite Col ths same. We miss him very with the officials and is now SHERWOOD PEtfSJQN BJLL Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken foot hanging in the stirrup when he Mr. Phelps is assistant by istreefc. running his barber shop again "They told me I would die with dhectly ,uoh jn ,owg. Jyliss Lottia Dp. W. Traey explains the internally, aud actssurfaces on the went to dismount his horse, the jSection Foreman at this place gen$tqf It afl nn In m rnnsnmnlinn. ) 4j blood and mucous ot the Mr Ellen Mhaffey femved a'th el t6 try the best lung medicine Mullins who has pneumonia fever Lquisvilla for a few days Har- whvfores and wherefores of the System. Send for testimonials free horse became irightened and painful fall a few days ugof ' n,;J began tc use Dr. King's New is improving. F. J. Cheney & Co. dragged Mr. Craig some distance din Mahaffey's boarding tars death in the Senate of the Sher. Mrs. John Shearer, and Mrs have arrived wood Vision Bill Is SOWS better at this writing. DJbco very. Jt was well I did for but Toledo. O. when the stirrup leather broke. here and he and today I am working and believe 13., Sold by all Druggists.. 75c Washington, D. Misses AmeJlft McWhorter thereby saving bis life. j,ake tjun p povjngpn $nd. vp.H 1 owe my life to this great throat ; : Take Hall's Family Pills for t&d ,n ' thejr sigterg, Mrg. Ca'rco ffnd Harris of Iferaa , Uary Hello! Livingston, How about Feb. 26. 191?. un lhat has cheated the an extra gang. Born to the wife Mrs Hugh Jenkins, of this p'ace, you and I s;udying up a little and A persistent effort is being made ' Its ofClvde Clancy a fine girl on Saturday. Will Ward has moved Ot th.e sickness fony t0 suffer with Cflui, atteuding the next Blue Back Spldiers that week on My. PenningjQn.. p to mpress the Jfnktn 4th GRIFFINS MILL : Nannje StcWllPfter and :Qr n on.e. pf hjg father joues qfeiJ the ot iJisse-spelling contest at Mt. Vernon? h th t lro'ubies now. mjcha, has q, writ fqr Bjll president "Taft is opposed to thP Or better still I guess we'd better Kit Hams,, thejr sisters.. Joljn Take tb? cqre that's safest. Price fhe rjver. Tl. L., Tljomas, of leece. He fond it out some oassaee of a nensinn bill in their still among j say if it had been 25 years ago Well. Mr. Ed Trial bottle Winchester, ha been in our towu down from Cgrbin this 50 cpnts and ft UG Sigman is way ana nov- - mn. ;s miqny rh,ehfc!f. Tere, "never was a more the living away out here on the we could have stood our grounds. fprthe: past gelf-M- f sT raifles ,'eek Judge 4 J Haggard was hee At Chas C:' Davis'. m miserable falsehood. yell If the mayshal ca,nfcg-e- t We are indeed very sorry to see 1 guess there may be Grqmer who ljas been in Cincinbetween trains, in lit Vernon Supplementing tlnV, xi certain west side. the report of our old friend and he will have to stay away and ChUdron Cry many readers of the dear old SiG nati Ohjo for the past year has Tuesday. .Prof, and Mrs. T. H. " Mullins being kinsman, Klu-hat will do just as well. Jy,st a directions it 1$ being circulated naj, FOR FLETCHER rejjurped to her farm at the foot tht will be glad to ponder dead. The bereaved family has are uow occupying iheir Likins that I killed the Sberwood Bill at w-SiW days ago we though, from this part of the heart felt sympathy of their a I of the Clor.dyke El. J. L FeyrL45nee on Main .street the instance of Mr. Taft, and am over few lines the vmevard as I have beeu re- many friends from this side of the bill. also opgosgd 1$ pension i quested by niv neighbors to make county in their sad heir of m Bsmsmmm Thftse who. know my long and Dear furuily it through the Sig- bereavement. consistent record as the Solders frequent reports seems that it might Le onsoling so their relatives and friends wood Gny of Indimapolis, Ind., was in town Sunday J J. Al- bright bought of John Sigman a 0t in the Henry addition, consid-W- . eraton $8uo. C. S Lyons, of s Tunction City, was in town cairying day. the contract tor the mail from Hiattto Brodhead, has been awaided Miss Carrie Boyd, and from Quail to head to Jacob Elder. Mrs J. M. Roberts is visiting in Stanford xl week. George S. Durham Tues-CallwaBrod-WisiuM- t. d LI V1NG8T0N. - lut-saa- y - H cjr -- reserv-DruRjmon4- I oi-o- n ! I ! - --rf- t. bp-Hal- fe-- . r H-- e r Mx-sk-. finpasi-.Sunday- q . -- , - fl-n- Pi-leas- t o j e a T i- - i&o.-c- -- - hmn :' J -- W-'M- ( -- -- we-ar- e -- eASTP R !! e - AND Less Get Acquainted HAVE I A LITTLE TALK ABOUT THAT NEW SPRING V 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 th other man. ,. Compare Our Clothes With others: see the workmanship, fit and quality, and l ; you can actually see we are saying people from ten to twenty per cent, on their CLOTHING. '0vAwnl1' You will be surprised when you see the Suits we are selling for Walk-Ov- er i 1. V the Senate I have procured Kentncky Home". The most common ca?e of inpassage of more special pension them their "Old Old mother earth was nicely somnia is disorders of the ctomach bills than any three of my pred carpeted with about 6 or 8 inches Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver ecessors, I refer to a late instance ol pretty white snow Saturday Tablets' correct thise disorders when on February jst. 19 2 I renight March a. Somefarmers have and enable you to sleep. For sale ported favorably a .hill (S.so4) considerable plowing tor the by Chas. O. Davis. increasins the pensions of one done coming crop while some are still j hundred and ninety one soldiers waiting to see whether its going to nmone' them a number from Ken- IV"-- " The good FOR FiEYuHERS be a good crop year. tucky. old honest plow horse and old red The Democrats in the lower house have never before shown and devotedly themselves so actively the friends, of the soldiers. Thev knew the Sherwood Bill would never pass the Senate ant it seems clear to my mind that their support of it in manv instances was a political maneuver to The obtain the soldiers' votes. majority of the Democrats in the Senate are opposed to that bill as are slso a majority of Republicans of hBesides, the officers of the Grand NO ALUM, NO LIME PHOSPHATE qrray of the Republic Appeared before us and opposed it. In the first placeeveh had I for the purpose of political effect voted for its favorable report, there would have been an'over-whelinm1 to vou to only say friend will know this is a lie oi nal may Will Be done. been in in other states and localities Whole cloth. Since I have the hear from the place most dear to 1 he Lords Children Cry A?R!A BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure The only Baking Powder made from Royal GrapeCream Tartar ROYAL g -- $7.50, $10., $12.50 $15. SHOE For MEN Boys' Our ARE - Big line sizes ifonr3 to 18 in. NOW READY FOR and $18i. nee p.ants Quits tarif wrsut fy' Grays Serges, Tans if m 'iS i majority against it. But I did not 'care to play the "demagogue when 1 knew ,it could not pass and a favorable report would most likely produce conditions which would lead to the UefeatCof any pension bill at ihe present session. The. next biii proposed to be reported was the Burnnam Bill jwhich carries an annual appro pri ati6n-d- f CLOTHI NG ZFOR -.----- MEN AND BOYS Blue Serge Suits for Men - - $12.50 9.50 Brown and Grav Suits for Men 5.50 Other Suits 2.50 Blue Serge Suits for Boys - Men's and- Boys' Overalls, 25c, 50c, $1.00 - & H cit $29,857,620, which would Clothing and INSPECTION Shoes YOUR -- Big Line of Women's Low Cuts $1.50 to . t . , f- .$375 - I I it u- - V T -- fcT SUTTON & !cSjfe': - THE- wyJU J2&S& i-d- MWe EMPORIA ' , rk I B 'm. mS entail a cost of m.uchless'th&first year because of failure tcrrhav6 . jri coinnfi jj..n. Claims aujustcu, uui. u nr. i.y.w 'year would entail aT.cost of $40,- 373,907, after which1 tiine It would .steadily decrease by reason of : vdeaths. This bill with the $ already provided wonld more k i- p&y the soldiers, annually 1 2 150-?O0O,0- OVERCOATS Worth $8.00 going at - ----1 . - $3,00 to- ' rv rthah"SI70:QDO,O',O; - - seClotkcA. - f' A -- sg ?v6ted; agftins t i'tslorable, report' and then ordereoWAt&ridd favor- ably the Smoot, iniScafryiag:24,? j flll.ff rJtmMMJK9KM Wl eiWHY Tiie';feaority dtJheGonimit'ee l , NOE & DAVIS ": l I 1 R&miXYj&f f F& X j? ' ". Si!ft ""-I- t , . - n p i ihmwiii i '" - w i. . ... "", ' "- MT. VERNON SIGNAL 1 not exteeed $500, 000. Theamount roads outsfde their limits, aud inTe County Board ofEduca-tion'wi- ll f.dded to it by the. counties build sinuates that the. obscure portions devoieits time, at the ing good roads will be $ i.onooo of the Slate will be helped. next meeting to making necessary Friday, Mch 8. 1912 a year. The total tax for good Citizen forgets, or does not know or desired changes in thfkboundarv roads will be $1,500,000. Is col that the bluegrass countie? were lines of school If pauper aided by the States about seventy you desire lection will transform Published every Friday by a change see your self sustaining five years ago and by reaton of Chairman at once or come before into counties EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. will keep Kentucky's their good roads have grown in the couuties, .board. The board will meet young men at home, increase the wealth and refinement, while the at the regular time, 10 o'clock on value of farm 1: nds, timber hold poorer counties have been paying $I.OO therd Monday. Respectfully, UBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR . ings aud mines, and iu exchange their quota of taxation without reJ. W. Kinckr, Chm for the isolation to which the ceiving any assistance in improving Advertising rates made known on country people are now condemned their roads so that they mpy trans- NINETEEN MILES A RECOND lor months in every year will port their products to market and without a jar. shock or distuilnnce application provide the unrestricted enjoy- enable them to send their children is the awful speed of our earth We wonder at ment of social, educational and re to school and quaify them for gocd tnrough space. such ease of nature's movement, citizenship. ligious advantages. MEMBER OF and .so who take Dr. As good roads enhance the value King's do thoseLife The tax for good roads will cost PRESS ASSOCIATION New No Pills. KENTUCKY of lands, aid given for roads would griping, no distress, just th tough the State $1,500,000 a year. The tax for bad roads costs the soon increase the revenues of the work that brings good luaUh and It State and curtail the drain upon the finefeelings. 25c. atC. C. Davis" producers $2,225,000 a year. for pauper counties and nas already cost the State the loss of more than two million of its stimulate the latent energy that I citizens. It costs the majority of now lies dormant." Por Infants and Children. those that remain the difference Thi. Kind Ypi Have Always Bought between an existence eked out oi Col. Alex A. Arthur, 66, died A telephone manager sa s seven hard labor and a living such as the Bears the tenths of telephone users fail or State can be made to provide if its at Middlesboro, Ky., last Monday, Signature of &c&x after a lingering illness. Twenty refuse to understand or abide by gifts are garnered. Two years-agthe simplest rules or directions in the General assembly saw fit to five years ago he founded Middles boro, and was largely instrumental regard to the manipulation of a OTHERS reject the good ioads tax in favor in getting miltions of English cap ' TO MOTHErtS-A- ND telephone. It seems, he continues of the mud tax. The General AsYou can use Bucklen's Arnica the that iuu u majority are under the im- sembly of 19 1 2 can repeat no more ital to invest inof thesection, as As- Salve to cure children of eczema, representative American pression that it requires no rules costly rashes, tetter, chahngs, scaly and blunder. Times. sociation, Ltd., and Middlesboro crtfsted humors, as well as their directions or intelligence to call Town Land Company, Ltd. accidental injuries, cuts burns, up over telephone and hold one ot WITHERS bruises, etc, with perfect safety.. with a half dozeu conversations SPECIAL AGRICULTURAL Nothing else heals so quickly. one or as many different people Died Thursday morning the 29, For boils, ulcers, old running or TRAIN. Alauv uevei at 1:20 o'clock, at his home, in venous localities. fever sores or piles it has no According tc a dispatch from equal. 25cts at Chas. C. Davis' think to "ring off," others get Elisha Mullins aged 68, of a Lexington the special train, which an operator complication of diseases. hopping mad because Uncle The jury bribery indictment uoesn't answer a "ring off", Elisha, as he was familharly called, is to be donated by the principal seemingly being ignorant ot the left an aged companion and eight railroad companies operating ii against Clarence S. Darrow, at plain directions to be found in children to mourn the loss a dear in Kentucky, is to be one of tht torney for McNamara brothers, Some husband and father, besides a host best equipped trains of the kind became so enmashed in legal erery issue of a directory. after calling central and getting of friends and relatives. All the ever sent out from any part of the tangles Saturday it is said, that all connection through to party called children were present excep two country. It is to be composed of charges may be dismissed. for and after holding a conversa- daughters, Mrs. James Clark, of one flat car for demonstration Augusta Seaver, Labor candidate tion with them, will'oegin hollowing Red Fork, Oklahoma, and Mrs. work, dinner. Pullman, horticulto operator to give them another Frank Goforth, of Anadarko. tural car, seed car, dairy car, poul torrGovernor o Massachusetts at person or place without even Oklahoma. Funeral services were try car, stock car, two cars for the thet last election, was ringing off. Of course the operator conducted at his residence by Rev. lecture's and a domestic science lound guilty of forging nomination doesn't hear them once out of W. D. Mullins and the burial took car. The itineary is being ar papers: " 1 went)', as more than likely said place on his old home larm as ranged as rapidly as possible and Pitchers and catchers of the local will be announoed at an early date. American Association baseball team operator may have answered a half was his desire. dozen other rings in the meantime Emmet Anderson, of Clinton-vill- The entiie train, is stated, will rep- began spring training at Eclipse and may be busy talking or is visiting home folks, at this resent on an elaborate scale 'an Park Monday. agricultural college on wheels,' giving connections ou other lines place. W. G. Mullins, of and not suppose to be rubbering has returned home after brought right to the homes of the or eavedropping. When through being here through the illness and peole of the country .or lectures talking "ring off, (aftei replacing. death of his father. Mrs. Jarvis demonstrations that ordinar'y can receiver in hook) bj giving crank J. Brown, of Level Green, was be seen only at the State experia sharp, quick turn. Wait ten called here on the account of the ment stations' Demonstrations "of this kind seconds before ringing again, ii death of her father Frank Jones, vou wish to make another call. of Berea passed through last week should prove of great value to the This ring should be made by on his way home, and was calling agricultural, livestock, dairying giving the crank two or three on the merchants. Steve Drew, of and other allied intavests of the is the best and quickest turns thereby distinguishing it Robmet is contemplating moving State. It is possible in this way way to perfect health. iroiu a "ring oft". In putting in to Kansas. Eddy Robinson, of to reach great numbers of farmers Women and girls who a call the caller often does very the Gauly section had a child who are unfamiliar with experisuffer are simply weak ringing than is burned very badly, last week, by ment station work and who by much more weak all over. necessary. Give an ordinary ring falling into a kettle of soap. -- J3n reason of their living at points reOpiates and alcoholic and wait awhile for an answer Mullins and wife are visiting hi- - mote from the stations cannot to mixtures are worse than instead of continuing the ring. fathpr, C. K. Mullins. J- - M. Rob any material measure be influenced worthless, they aggraI r no answer in five or ten seconds erts' and Nath Bond&x are the or benefited by the demonstration vate the trouble and then you may ring again. hunters of this place. They farms. Kentucky has indulgsd lower the standard of caught two foxes one night last only to a limitsd extent in this health. effective mode of agriculture "evanGOOD ROADS. week. gelization." The special train IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF which is to start on its travels the THE UNITED STATES. In sixty counties in Kentucl latter part of this month will be strengthens the' whole there is not so much as one good the first of the, kind tor a number body, invigorates and road built, at public expense, by For The Eastern District of ot years, but it should not be the builds up. public enterprise, nor is there any Kentucky. last. Kentucky uee'ds to learn a Be ure to get SCOTTS provision whatsoever for the it'a the Standard and always great deal about scientific farming the best. of a good road were one and farm management: (Courier In the matter constructed. AM. DRUGGISTS Journal.) of A bankrupt. Eighty ol the 119 counties of The Signal will gie due notice Joe H. Dickerson J Kentucky are pauper counties. of date of the above train's visit Stanford, Ky. The numbei of native born - March,- - 1 to Mt. Vernon, and this county. 19 12. living in other States is A meeting of the creditors of the hut slightly smaller than the States above named, who has been ad AT If yon have trouble in getting present resident population. judged Bankrupt, will be held at rid of your cold you may know The coal fields of Kentucky are the office of the Referee, Stanford that you are not treating it prop second only to those of Pennsyllocated Over MANISE'S STORE Ky., on the 12th. day of March erly . There is no reason why a West of R. R. Track vania. rold should hang on for weeks and Mt. Vernu, Ky. 1912, at 9 o'clock a. m. to elect a it will not if you take Chamber The agricultural lands of the Trustee for All work guaranteed. the transaction of other State are easily the most fertile in business as may come before the bin's Cough Remedy. For sal i by Chas. C Davis. the South. meeting. Comply with Sea 57 of It costs from two to three times the Bankrupt act concerning proof e wagon a much to haul a of claims, otherwise your claim load of products from the farm or can not be allowed. mine to the railroad depot as from J. N. Saunders, the depot to the market Burns white, clear and Referee in Bankruptcy. steady to the 'last drop. or The annual cost to Kentucky .. the sake of everyone In the family,-- Insist on having new bouse and For Sale:--Ni- ce of bad roads has been estimated by A choice Government experts in dollars and lot on East Main St. Solite Lamp Oil Smokeless vacant lot on West Main St., and Sootless Odorcents at $2,225,000. less Costs no more than in - wagon kinds. in good red blood, in three shares of stock in The Bank terior" tank The loss Saves eyes; saves money. Your dealer has It in barrels direct Irom our works .. ertns easy. . the brain, brawn and character of of Mt. Vernon, Ky. VV LUVWHUi UMM3. UIL UU.. muwuiilfAuto OH. 3. EL Martin. who leave the State Kentuckians Motor GaaoUao, Refinery at Warrea, Pa. to make a living elsewhere is not Supt. J. W. Kincer. received the to be estimated. following communication relative Had the uative sons remained to teachers last draw. "I do not "at home and natural resources been know justwhen the last month's developed, Kentucky would to day salary of the teachers will be paid. have a population of almost 5,000, The Tieasurer has not sufficient 000 and its Dlace at the head of money at present to pay it. No the list of Southen States would one knows just how rapidly the be undisputed. funds will ccme in, and we are They therefore unable to tell just when These are not theories. are facts, and facts, which the itwilLbepaid." Signed by the numbersbip of the House should Supt. of Public Instruction. COMPLETE LINE consider before voting against the Mr. A. R. Dennv, president of 'Coffins, Caskets and Kobes. Bosworth good road bills, which National Bank Lancaster, writes faulty iu construction and however All Mail, Telegraph or Tele follows "I cumberson in the method they to Louisville Post, as phone orders Promptly provide, will if they become law read in yesterday's Post a com s secure to every county in' the munication signed "Citizen" in Filled. a system of good roads. State which be criticises the Good Roads The tax imposed is hve cents on Bill because the cities and wealth-- . the $100. The amount raised from Jer cottages wHl.be taxed to build this source in aay one year wjll sub-district- v - !', - - in mm !! . FURNITURE Is it Furniture you want ? How about a nice Rug ? Do you need a Table of any kind or description ? CASTOR A Remember we have the nicest and best rockers in the town. o HARDWARE it ?s us and money saved to buy your Hardware from line of Hardware We also carry a -- S. B. McKenzie E h is been issued to tbr troop to be i readiness to entrain iu case of i ic pattd disorder. A men are out in the iglish- - ole strike, and an order mi-lio- e, Dis-putant- a, CASTORIA The child that is always allowed to have its own wav is to be pitied and not envied, and its parents are t be condemned for their folly and lack - of discipline. Just think sort of a man or woman a wiat ciild will become if it is slowed to do always just a.? it pleases. Sfc. IwlMWksMurtphy IHR. ITOWJILMEMCOLLIIE la. a4 rr r, . w ...! wiv 7 fc.lT.n.J- h ym of r.Vintf liti-iun Ann Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR Business Luxury CHECKING-ACCOUN- T is intended a business necessity; and he who tries ,to get along without one is at great disadvantage. 0 It is not required that a person should have a large bulk of business in order to open an account. Professional men,fatmers, and even many women, are running checking If vou have never done accounts business in this way7 and are not familiar with the plan, come to us and we will get you tareX BOOKKEEPING TYPEWRITING and TELEGRAPHY exMritnca in 32 k fitrnt mrcntll yean rdacating 10,000 nera. j&TKntr now. w. nntfimn jrUTII.LxIaKtoa,Ky. tlco it h JONN13UOWN A.B.FURN1SH Scott's Emulsion Brown-Furnis- I) f.Vjd) Realty Co. R-ji- I ban iQi: aanlle tova and farm propirty, do abstmctinjr and main-tainanc- e. pass on titled. If you wnt to sell list your prop-wit- n ua',it vou want to bu.. we cau save you money. PEOPLE'S BANK Mt Vernon, Ky, tzJJ9Lur 11-- 21 Ken-tuckia- ns Photo GRAPHS $jCyf.JCSXpfC j5rT4FyGyG& Eberhart's STUDIO JONAS Mckenzie two-hors- K" AN EYE ON THIS SPACE EACH WEEK, where you will a U.dlULL Hlgh-Orado --- . ..- -N- o-Carb- x$x$m 3ae3&x5o3eexP,e -- GRANVILLE UNDERTAKER j BrodhiatrKy ! always find listed the be: t of goods, which are sold for a fair margain of profit Goods bought right and soldjright are the kind of - goods that it always pays to buy Our Motro has always been to give ' to -- our customers b the very best goods .possible for the money. Thanking my customers for the patronage in the past and asking a continu- -. . ance in the future, I am V i.. - v Yours very truly, -- . -- - .v - JONAS McKENZIE, Mt Vernon, Ky 1 &ett3cHxttx w - t' v - - -. C ' xfi JV j; L"3 1V-r- . j M -- -. t- - . ;- - - ",:--'- ?: - : "' : .r . '. T??3ar''Wsti . J'" - r, . ' .' -. . - . srKcr--- --J- r v:jusci fc e", - " . - . . - .n &&.-- - ".-- '' MT. VERNON SIGNAL Mt .Vernon Ky. Mch '4 The man who Fish's clothes. neckwear at Fish's. 25 knows wea:s fine Post cat ds of every kind includ ing local views at Fish's. Eberhart the photographer, .will be in town until Mch. 16th. ii . 8, 1912 See the Easter oisplay of nnCanup K0.79" when 7U Z Hyou wanltoCommunl. , 7 r y 1 J cats wiiti BiuAiv Louisville. & Nashville B. R.Co. TIME TABLE. 22 ucTt'n 4.46 p m 3:53 a m .r......-..;...- 24 nortn south ; n:38 a m 21 South ,12:19 a m currently reported j Adams, opposite the Presbyteajap August ' Pine' Hill, .Church. that the Col. Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice interests have been bought by a ''The Resurrection and the Last u second-clas- s mail matter. syndicate, and that the constiution Should certainly see our big showing of specially Judgment" will be the subject of of a $300,000, cement plant will the sermon at the Presbyterian PERSONAL styled,suits for an early .date. bebegun-a- t men and men who Church Sunday morning. Even G.---Johnson was down from - Mr. and Mrs. G. W. McE'roy, ing sudject: "The Bible and the to stay young, London, last week. of Covington, announce the mar Permanent in Life: "Everybody-Welcome.Dr. Cornelius was here from riage of their daughter.- - Clarice M Underwood, to Sam J, Nichols, Berea Monday on business. Mf. Vempn's original limits inh jb Miss" Mary Owens, of Brodhead, of Danville, Miss McElroy cluded only 23 acres when laid here first of the visited Miss Adams a number out in 1810 almost 102 years ago was with relatives of times, and has many friends 11? If fl wot week. 'vr Limits were extended by act of is a prominent Legislature 3bout 1885 when the Dr. E. J.' Brown of Stanford here clothes Clothing here you are banker, of the Boyle County with Atty. and Mrs. E. R. oung ' corporation was changed to reach tvas v '' 'Capitol. only clothes in the big ways, Gentry Sunday. a half mile in all directions from The Senate at Fiankiort has court house, forming a circle aud Asst. Cashier A. B. Furnish in the small ways are the little details was in Livingston a few hours passed a bill to prohibit the sale in containing about 4.30 acres. ot all option territory local when the real test of hard mean so Sunday. At-- Cossie why. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE, beverages upon which internal : GUARANTEED 1 GUARANTEED J. N. Saundeis, Referee in All persons having claims against the weak spots wear beings To be all wool paid. If the - revenue taxes are : Bankruptcy, was down irom StanTo be all wool 10 wear 10 yc ir estate of Op Taylor, deceased, To wear to your Hoube passes the bill it will do the &ouaclion. lord Tuesday on business. Here is where Clothes win to prove their clam is are requested satisfaction. away with the sale of malt Miss Etta Moore who is teaching as required under the Statutes and K3CHHSMHB9?3 and similar drinks in all "local filed with us at once. the Brodhead Graded school optio.i and prohibition territory in ' W. M. Owens, fvae here between trains Saturday. The Holy Rollers hbve been Administrator, Cha6. A, Adams and sifter. Miss For Men W omen and jCiiiIcjr n. s In,. the Ney Spring rftyle -- Big In all the New Colors for Spring holding forth at the Court bouse Msretburg, Ky. JHa, of Berea, were the guests guaranteed 4 'months Line ?ira here'"- purpose is " of fnends here Friday until Mon- - this week. It not our the Holy The old Blue Back spelling "con '"-- -- 25c and 50c Up to $3 4 pairs for, $1 of to criticise the work - -- 4ay,, -- . , . ' Rollers for We are not competent Test-- dfd" hot Bring forth the enthu . expected, hevever to ludffe. BortheTeis one fact will please you Qyality make you smile ' turned from a two weeks visit in prices there-was'fairly good crow'drpres we know, and that is,, if theiuner Pittsburg, Pa. and Washington mart is as good as the put ward ent to hear the few old fiine spel ,D. C-- , appearance would indicate, they Ipfs, who had sufficient nerve to try Mrs. J ones B. Proctor; are certainly a Godly set ot people. to spell.. Some ' who could spell Mt. and you want The Best were Dver from Orlando Sunday, were afraid tbev would miss, and 0'ir 01othps you are A Club of some twenty odd men, stayed "8 way 'and tie result was, itbegueets of Mr. and Mrs: sure to be glad. If you old and young met Monday and bad not some of the members of Guaranteed Ctothas you do not wear;-the""' W". I. Dooley, a former Rock- formed themselves into a club and the Graded School faculty and a They are the snap riot are pure to be. sorry. Pool tables from Pans few of the Students consented to castle citizen, but now a leading rented the clothes in town, and ) 011 , Vhich will.you be? Sowder, which were put out pt busi- spell, the number of would ': grbceryman 01 Berea-- was here on will like thoni. ness by the high liceuse. 4 The have beenfew. . T. J. Nicelv and business (luring the week. in "" pt. and Mrs. R. W. Dyche and town board takes the position that ,J,.F: Griffin,- - actedas the captains. .the Mr;jGj1ffiiu .':liute-aughte;wpnj; the prize offered MinaT Bess,- - were Sowder hasno tijiht to rent, Mill located his by Prof.Hpuston'for thegentfema'ii tables while school L with Mr. and Mrs. W. : Monday. barber sh'op,.a.nd had a warrant of who held out thelongest, and Mrs Krurfger at Livingston arrest issued for him Thursday. S. C. Franklin, won'the prize for s 11 As the fiscal year of the school : !::.:- t :: s : s t t; ' "Misses Dfcisy Fish aud Bernice The caBe will be tried Saturday. closes March iUsi" and Recounts . the best lady speller. Coffee and week ,. Landfum are spending the 9 Mrs. 'Martiu, and their gingerbread were served to the must be 10 b, Mfch i5,h, a :::::: ' Miss Louan a 'Whitehead ' Mr. and 9 ends with seiueuieutjui an dhh will ft th3m at her beautiful; country place many friends here were very much spellers;; wbichwas, topart ofabout jjruinjjt 99 the suprised yesterday, when William the most enjovable -- Wbiteland". 993 ' The girl's literary society which eveuir.g! 05 Martin, arrived in town with his Ur.- Stevens of the firm of i bride of only a few hours. The ' "has been 90S under the. Saturday was the regular annual' ao9 Sieveus & Elk'ius, who has a large! new Mrs. Martin was Miss M..ude name Gamma Sigma has . chosen election ..0 .. the .dflicers "of & contract logging and sawing the Day, a pretty , young woman, or for its oftfeers: Daisy Fish, presi-denBankj as- follows: i: o89 on the Stewart place, near ; timber 09 Tazwell Tenn. She visited Mrs. Baker., President, J. P. E. Drutn-mdnset ,. ...VyJdie, was here yesteiday. Hunt secretary; Julia Fish, Rae eft C B. McKenzie; .at this place last G9 Vice'Presidentv F,L- Tbotupr Tvree Gentry writes from Cali- - summer, Mr. Martin is a Mt pritlo. OS iiii::- nearly every department in our Big Store are getting 'Assist son Jr.. Cashier C..C- - Gox o4 TV forna, that h"e and Mtt. Gentry . oot mm JiUUCqiVIl OWlsllujr ! 1 Vf .f C C 1 4 are having a delightful trip. They Vernon boy, who has made good ant Cashier., Directors W. J. has ieen lJiau oarcan oruy mennon a xew or tne organized by the oidsr , zziiy complete OS3 He now Sparks JVH.oShutts, S, D. Lewis. spent Suiday sightseeing with Jack in the business world. tea ww t t IS rne meen--, . mm' 9 is holds a responsible position with K-giris- - 01 tne scnooi. m Adams, a Mt. Vernon hoy, who C9 , ,, . Mbofe, TJ- - 0 Baker, L W.f r , the pufelic. are going to sell all kinds n gains 09 mgs wm ob ueiu evexy ounuay in business in the Sunflower State one ot the largest wholesale andVe-tai- l .1). B, Southards. e9 .Buthurum.and 3 fterncon except the third, when of Goods cheaper See ever sold in Livingston before hardware houses in the South. . B are ine cashier and LOCAL 99 They expect to be here about ten the new additions and we ate the society will unite with the - a few prices below : C. J3. at the Christian church. 9 n - Fish's Dollar fifty Brpgan shoes days, and wjll make their home 0 sare that their election ' will meet S9 The officers are Mattie Huff, :!! Lynchburg, Va.. 9 with the hearty approval of the are the biggest- - values in town. e9 president; Elizabeth Gentry, Mr. 409 Ths patrons of the Mt Vernon patrons of that institution. Sugar 7 lbs. Standard Some men think their wives o9 Georgia' Amvx, secre 99 associated Thompson, who for grumbling Postoffice, renting Jock boxes, are ought to praise them ao9 tary; Bertha Iiltton, organist;; 99 notified to keep their boxes locked with the bank ever since it started, lbs. Leaf Lard per Can of 9 Minnie Hinkle.cbajrmanof prater Have a view of your residence 99 is thoroughly fimiliar a'ud capable, at all times. The postmaster has 09 meeting committee; May Napier, the Eberhart before -- 09 taken received instructions from the Pogt is industrious and we believe, under Compound Lard per lb. 49 of social committee chairman photographer leaves town. 69 office Department to refuse to place his guidance, the bank wil enjoy its 99 The fourth grade reading class -a further mail in any lock box which is not graatest prosperity. Mr Cox. the Two farms for sale. For Flour Best per bbl. good 'and intertaining is doing information apply to, uc9 kept locked by the owner thereof. assistant cashier, is a young niau 9 of sterling traits of character, work .in Ru skin's Jing of the 9 C. H. Frith, The Postoffice Deparment is not 89 -will Golden Rier. 9 Brodhead, Kv. responsible for mail matter in box- honest and industrious and Feb. 23 4t. . 9 The high school cooking c'ass C' prove a splendid man for the 39 McBee-Eord- es: Mr. J.F.Bor-de- s, es that are not kept locked by the c9 Is finding pleasure as well as place. 09 of near Brodhead and Miss owner, but should any lock box 9 profit, in its FricUy morning 9 Quail section, that is kept locked be opened by 9 Lillie McBee, of the One girl, as Our school having outgrown its demonstrations. s9 and a sister, of our townsman any other party than the owner, or present quarters we have purchased sistcd by another prepares some 9 9 W. G. McBee, were'tnarned at tn e person authorized by him this con additional land and buildings, the dish to illustrate the food princi9 -9 home of the bride last Suuday stitutes an offense against the Uw home place of Mr. Ab Sparks. ples they have studied during the 99 9 morning. The Rev.T). R. Gentry aud is punishable by fine and ! This property is an ideal place for week. Although elementary and 9 t. We extend hearty conofficiated. 9 a school not alone because of the without a fully equipped labora 9 as gratulations to the splendid young On next Sunday afternoon at commodious buildings, 'which en tory these experiments have been 39 couple. the Presbyterian church there will able us to have a large assembly found very helpful 09 09 Mrs. Elizabeth Fri drich and her be an open meeting of the Mission hall, 3 splendid class rooms, 9 The exercises will begin numerous bed rooms, a work shop Fire losses in Mt. Vernon since daughter. Mrs. C A. Bprle, are.en Band, 9 9 terlainine as house guests Mrs. kt 2:30 o'clock aud the parents and and a gymnasium but a large the year 1876 amounts to 52,450. -9 9 David Williams and Mrs. Cleo friends ot the children are invited campus with splendid shade and Insurance $27,00.. The fire of 09 Tbt following room sufficient for a tennis court, May 1877 destroyed residence Brown of Kentucky. The visitors to be present. 9 9 basket ball ground and a ball and office ot Dr. S. W. Brown; are distinguished residents' of their program will be given. oa a Mrs; "R. G- Williams 2 ! Hymn "I Love toTell the Story'; diamond. residence of And will be extensively home-Stat- e i.999999999999999S999999999999999999999999999999999999999999C99999e99-..Mission Band "The entrance of 128 pupils since &c. J.T. Clarks residence in the ' here. Mrs. Concert Praer while entertained Roll Call Responses, Bible verses Jan. 1st. has made it possible and 8o's. Ed Repoerts residence on Friedrich gave a dinner party for Do you know that of all the Next 22nd, the birthday 01 the father necessary for us to have still more West Main street aud Wiederbolds this block or buildings. her guests last week, asking several Hymn "Jesus is King" country. The Miller minor ailments coldr. are by far ot his followed C. C. Davis drug store on San Francisco friends to. be her Secretary's Report John Landrum, help than we originally expEcted stave mill, burned about 1890 the most dangerous? It is not the Tohn Albright to have. Recitation In addition to the grades August 1898 '"saw Mt. Vernon's July ioth. 1905. Cox Brother's House, M. J. Miller's s$ore, the cold itself that you need to fear,, guests. Durnen residence and office of Dr. R. W. Mrs. Richard Brass will hostess Questions ajid answers on China and normal work we now have a lareest fi.e when the following stote (tbe old bricK liotei) but the seriens diseases that it . led by Elsie Rhea (Pr'es) class doing. excellent high school property was.'destroved;' tlie old?, .NrM7 9Tt. too8. On Tulv ioth. Dyche were destroyed.' often leads to. Most of these are :. of the Kentuckians -- . a dinner in honor iV.'? . a: rt-Pneuknown as germ diseases. 0'" twork Our Spring term begins Jack" Adams store house and at- Iv ip Ml; vcruuu uau iva uirai Wednesday night and Mrs. Charles One minute papers, monia and consumption are costly fire, when the stores of U. .'Notice; Those who have Sallie Stewart Monday March 11 tnd we shall be tached buildiugs; ware room and McDoughal will also preside over a Children in Blue among thnrn. ' VerWhv not take Krueger & Son. and for stock in the Mt .Religions)! China Hyatt Crawford able to accommodate io"riew pupils store rcom of M. J. Millef; stone G. Baker, F. dinner party Saturday night. went up w flames. non 'Fair Association, will please Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and; ""' j in the boarding department. Jones room and residence Mrs. Friedrich and Mrs. jBorle Primary. Song. cure your cold while vou can?" Margaret Welch Fish Jr. and Ora Brown are among Baker (the old CrW.Vdams stmd) Hamlras Roller mill also burned" m call at' tbe Secretarys office and p&v I For sale by Cbas. C. Davis. kt' the Recitation entertained, tbeir guests M. G. Fish's. in same on' or before March 15th. press Club jfl pan 'Francisco this iHymn "We are Coming, Loving the adult pupils who have entered. xesidence,storejoomand'jittache'd the same year. Pure Silk Brand Neckwears ' -and " receive certificates, please Savjor" this week.- - We expect to. be in buildings of J. T. Williams and afteraoou. A tea and a studio de'strojedi that year .slso; .cairit once without fail. Spring Patterns, 25 and so.cts. at (Last verse D N. Williams drugstore. "There was of our newquarteis this week. musicale will also be given in their Benediction ''-'- " f E: R. GKNTRY.'Sec. fire was February Fish's Big Stpre. .. Psalm 1 y : , , .. T was but little vif .any insurance on The latest A. Ida Hay Adams "" kqaor, Alameda (Cal.) Arfcuu. Ji.t; J as. Landrum, Agent. i Phone No. 58. J. S. Langford sold his team cf Penny Pictures for 25 cts. at Eberhart's Studio. Remember he fine black corses in Richmond Monday to A. T. Traylor, of ' leaves March itjth. Lancaster, at a Jancy pric . smart Once there was a man so W. G. Hysinger, T B Lair at d that he had a reasonable suspicion jauit n. ...: a .u,:. ..,t 1. u.vsiiici auiu iucu tiup- uii I that there were many others tobacco which weighs about 5000 smarter. Richmond parties at an lbs. to Mis Ida May Adams, has pur- average of about l2cts. chased of R.. A. Sparks, his resiR. A. Sparks has sold bis house dence and grounds, fot the Welch and lot to Miss Ida Mav Adams consideration School Morrow will begin at once the erecand he Nume'rous iinprove- $4006.00. tion of a bungalow on the lot which mentsfwill he made he purchased from Mrs, L- B. I You 1. Fello-ws"W"li- o Want Clothes "THAT ARE PERFECT Clothes that make you feel young and look young - ' 1 It tO c o an rt ugu.u ,r - YOU FELLOWS young want " WHEN' YOU BUY get. but Mr.-Nickol- s n " - Your right not right much that out that that 3 ! our PURE SILK TIES that WUNDERHOSE 4.-pai- SWANN HATS . siasraT-thatuva- s T-- - " a at that '" IF You! WEAR m IF You WANT S.'B-Kamse- y. FISHS sp-lte- rs r The Home of Good Clothes rf in; bqn memrIal .9aaeaase: .;::::::::: :::::: :::::: flflt.Vernon COME -- ilhe-People- s t; T- U.-G- -r vice-president- 1BIG STORE We we m TO LIVINGSTON'S :::::!:::::::::::: "::::::::::: d, - " -- G. i. many - that await We as-ista- than .od vice-presiden- t; Ins-bee- n Grarulated Pure 50 $1.00. $5.25 - First Patent - 8sc. $5.00 . : We want every man, woman and child to visit our -- BIG themselves STORE for LIVINGSTON, KENTUCKY ' R. H. HAMLIN ZZZIZ trj 1 sub-cribed --. -. 9 I -- -- . - . -. . y ?35Sjsac- v.s.w - 5"iujt .. . -- .. ... - . wS-cte- . Etrjp-jr- v 's,;-rc'--- 'i -- 15 &&$sa?:r?-- "tars53K-J7,v- - ,r rVt3ut i.- - - Srvrf7& v.-t- ri-- "if -- t.- . I "- i - -r , eu' H- z - l2li "VJ '- -n ; ir X one year to . C. Feb'y, WasHtbgtdB, 16 J"1' ten farm-- of i6 acres Mrs. A. Ci Snyder spent last spread over , Chairman Harvey Helm, oi the Sjnday with Mrs. W. F. UeBord. ea.cn, upon whan is'printed advet -. general health nad ueeioa froui pain. Many a womfih Io0k5 old House Committee on Expenditures . John Bloomer has his new Store ' Depend on her matter, directions and labels before her time because of thosj insularities which nra essentially feminine. in the War Department, gave the tising . completed and wall Starting from early womanhood, she taJeis from frequently recurring derangements m twenty eight different languages , house about . , ... t- 'soon have in his stoclc ofgoodr. that upset herjvcmanlr health, if she be beautiful she grows into that mellow following statement to the press blus - cr and crowfeet about ceiswithout wrinklesrule that such woai;nthe-- .yt-little, the not atcircles underneath. this morning: f . . Kr'y Miss Dahlia Bailey, of Plato, is B sulT-- r all, from womanly or It" invariably the . .. used iu making the cases in which e story of pain .. . "The investigation of the Rayi , .. . IU uuuu visiting Mr. aid Mrs. G. W. derangements which sap the health and leave in the face the 'c au.pMCU ani suffering. Dr.It.V. Picrcc.lhe faacus specialist in the diseases of women, found case discloses Jfforot "" three lis this week. Edd Lathim ha an eignt room nouse on eacn 01 Shi a prescription in his early practice dot soothed she organism peculiar to woman woman phases. a position as traveling the machinery, as it were, ct tie human system ana neipea ine hood these ten farms everv three months. accepted d and aged her face. This remedy became to pass those painful periods that "First that politics in finding its The bottles used by this firm every sa'esmau for Daniel Briscoe Co. Dr. Tierce's Favorite Prescription, that has the wish ' way into the Army, which is debenefited thousands cf women and saved them from misery year, wnich are filled by machinery Edd is a good boy and we cad cufTcring at different periods inlife. The Kind You Have Alivayj Bought, and "which has been plorable. success. Joe Smith had a 2133. TL.uuxx.7 H. Piesce. of 24 1 3risht Street. Samia. Ont. vrritea : at the .rate of 2 000 per hour, if him in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of ' "IzsxKszr tr-I- l woman sftcr Et'fterinj for three years and doctoring1t, "Second, that notwithstanding fine young mare to break her neck - and has been made under his per-wIJjec" --?C "era: t doctors, each one dayins it was bometliinir differ-crplaced end to end would reach J7 -- rid. mo throenh a thorough examination. tStcr putti:.7 e Is t charges of the very gravest nature last Saturday. R. L. Hastv lett jLjC&7?ZjfLfs sonal supervision since its infancy. frcm a r owth. which, in time, would result in eraj across the United States seven sal ccrccr. rr 1 f-'- I vrouli not live more than two years it not oper in the handling of funds of the last Monday for Iowa. It seems Allow no one to deceive you in this. I bcosme hopelessly discouraged but would not ate f&Sbl. '- .."'' come t to t::e operauon ca i as an wean. iaiu w u'"-s medicines,""; Array are disclosed, no steps hav : times or almost encircle the globe. that most young boys thinks All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-gooare but "'" and Dr. Pierce threw i tc c ''a cf a f.icrii. I triedPrescription I immediately Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of rf tlio Tivorlta HealinK Suppositories' and been taken to administer adequate after usi"g rra let money grows on the trees in the two hoses of felt a chare. Ir'o Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. GLORIOUS NEWS the name of Dr. e'"lit boxes rt 'Jlnn Tallets,' and can safely praise disease, punishment therefor, but on lh LWest, but a few of them have for these 's incdieir.(.c to nil v "o m'' "r f om anv female I thev rro dimcJ to be, and I hope will help others aa rricinesc-u- r contrary protection from the very comes from Dr. J. T. Curtiss, learned by expenerce that an uiey have hcl-If 1 Dwight, Kan. He writes: "I not highest sources afforded, with the only "Old Kentucky Home" is a mighty have cured bad cases of eczema Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pareirresistable conclusion that such in my patients with Electric Bitters good p'ace. goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It Walk Ping is very low with protection was afforded for political but also cured myself by them of contains neithei Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic m S"S WH. services rendered, simply accent- the same disease. I feel sure they tuberculosis. J. Harve Brown, substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and "Wind to punish th? will benefit any case of eczema" Floyd Gentry, andGraaville Hurst uates the failure -Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation This shows what thousands have were in Mt. Vernon last Saturday. first dereliction. and Flatulency. It assimilates the Pood, regulates the proved,-tha- t Electric Bitters is a "Third, That every moral most effective blood purifier. Its Oia M Brown has entered Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. fZ Th s 'i ink ij a home institution, Our loans are made rightherj at M iss school. turpitude, which is not to be au excellent remedy tor eczema, Welch-MorroThe Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. our c.iod farmers and business men. It is a home institution .m hone to 2 minimized, is allowed to be plaster-h- l tetter, salt rheum, ulcers, boils and Barbary Thompson, aged 68 years, m for our home people. We will pay you good interest on your idle ed over, without commensurate running sores. It estimates liver, died at her home near Walnut GENUINE funds. Make :i deposit and then pay your bills with , your personal ALWAYS kidneys and bowels, expels poisons Grove, last Saturday, and was au outj. Uall aim we gladly e.x-'h otf. It i.-- very i np'e. punishment. helps digestion, builds up the buried at Old Mt. Pleasant Sun of a checking account. Jou will am ay? 1 the Signature of p tin the rainy "The Army has no place in strength. Pries whit h 8 Satis 50 cents. h tve c o jipi .vhieh a nuot bj disp ited. Th. endorsed cheek, day. Several from here atrended American politics, and the Com- faction guararteed by ((; will jj wnr.w.1 to voti U inooatestible proof of the piyment of th bill Steve Elder the sale ot Mr. mittee puts the emphasis on this tl) Y.j ir monr i s tfe dip i3Ued in this, hank to your credit. If yon Chas. C. Davis. deceased, last Monday. What was Ijavo it at home it may be lot or btolen of the investigation, for if phase it in yoipO'kjt or Vf sold brought a fairly good price. .Gjji in tn le. us ta.kiluse :iatters over with you. political henchmen of the type of LEVEL GREEN Mrs. Elvira Thomas has been Major Ray can be rewarded ft r VER&OiM, BAN Clay Thompson has returned very sick for a few days, but is their services by appointment to (iNCOKPOliATKD.) positions of the highest importance from a very pleasant visit with his some better at this writing. iu the Army, the latter will soon brother, E. B. at Frankfort, Ky. j MT. VKRNON, KENTUCKY In Use Fop Over Years "Yes,'' he said, smiling modestly TC CENTAUR COMPANY. 7T MURRAY STREET. NEW YORK CITY. become a mere political adjunct to D. R. Geutry, of Quail, spent last K the Presidency a machie to con Saturday iu this part. Viola De- - "I believe in short sermons. 1 iiiM??Ui.li .iilti tilii Jill wmmwsamsmmmmmmmmmmm always try to remembei in the trol the highest office in the Gov- Bord has returned to Brown Me pulpit that excellent dictum of Whenever it does be- morial, after spending a week with ernment. Dean Hodges come such the result will be in homefolks. Miss Cleavie Bloomer "A preacher musn't imagine sight. It is this evil that the Com- of Woodstock is visiting her that he can make a discourse imwnmiimmm! mittee hopes the investigation brother, J. D. Bloomer. Miss mortal by making it everlasting.' will lend to avert and forestall." Flonnie Todd spent last week with DO. VERHDN her aunt, Mrs. Sallie Logsdon, Interesting Facts Regarding John W. Sickelsmith, Greenswho was very sick. Laboratory Of This ChamPRACTICAL boro, Pa., has three children, and Jim Vanhook, of London, Ky., like most children they treequently e Co., berlain Medici UNDERTAKERS bought a farm from Mr. Mac take cold. "We have tried several Des Moines, Iowa. Meece. Price paid 3?;. 00. Mr. kinds of cough medicine," he FUNERAL DIRECTORS, 5 A person purchasing a bottle of AND 2 will likely move to Harlan, says, 'but have never found any Meece Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has yet that did them as much good EHBALXERS --5 Ky. Mrs. W. H. Brown spent last no conception of the magnitude of Wednesday with her cousin, Mrs. as Chamberlain's Cough Remedy" Mt. Vernon, Ky, rs For sale by Chas. C. Davis. the laboratory where this medicine H. P. Broyles. Mrs. O. L Mullins is manufactured. The machinery N1ET4L1 was the guests of her mother, Mr . and apparatus used in its prepara- B. !s F. Vanhook, at Ocala, last FOR FLETCHER'S tion was designed especially for the week. Miss Maude Thompson is EE Few and strong Lieened Em balmer will have charge of that line of purpose and cost teveral thousand spending the week with Mrs. G. 5 EE :u work for the company. 1 an( simple parts dollars, Europe, South America C. Price, at Wabd. W. J. Brown v Hearse sent to all points ST Orders by wire promptly tilled. and the United States supply the has recovered sufficiently to move Allows five shols in lightning succession or deliberately various ingredients of this remedy to his farm. G. W. Shells sold to as desired. Three to rt the cripples. Managers and only the highest obtainable a Mr. Eldridge a nice bunch of Minimum recoil. Not a single ounce of muzzle eriergy lost. Office Mt. Vernon Monumental Building PHONE 112 quality is used. No pains or ex- hogs at 6yi cts. Gran Sowder, of Part of the recoil, ordinarily absorbed by shooter's shoulder Mt Vern on, I pense has been spared in making Etna, was with his parents, Mr. is utilized to operate the mechanism. it as nearly perfect as possible. TTnmp. and office in the late residence and Mrs. A. C. Sowder last SatHandles heaviest ammunition easily and accurately. A force of helpers representing urday. Dr. Myers formerly occupied on Old Solid Breech, Hammetless, Safe ! homes enough to populate an averMrs. J. J. Brown was called to MainSt.,;;Mt. Vernon. the perfect shooting combination. PefilfogtOtlzUMC age Iowa town are regularly em- Withers last Wednesday to see her Send for Descriptive Folder s ployed at the plant of the Chamber- father, Elisha Mullins. Mr. MullC. C. METALLIC CARTRIDGE CO. REMINGTON lain Medicine Company at Des ing died Thursday- .- O. H. 239 BroajK'iy, New York Cilr a ATTORNEY-AT-LAMoines, Iowa. Their printing de., ;?agrPWTffli i ni .i. ... and sister, M iss Kate, spent partment, which is usually over- last Saturday night with their MT. VERNON. KY. "You are welcome," says Mrs. Nora " .."ey, cf Broken' looked in calculating the expense cousin', Miss Cora EJdridge, at - On 2cd. floor o Arrow, Okla., "to use my lener in any of a business of this kind, ranks as Leroy. Casper Owens, of Welch-Morro- The Bank of Mt. Vernon , on Church . y you want to, street. Special attention given if it will induce some suffering womcai Id j Cardui. I had one of the best in the State, and is school was with homefoiks pains all over; and suffered with an abscess. Three phythoroughly equipped with automatic Saturday and Sunday. Wm. H. to collections. Phone No. 80. sicians failed to relieve nc. Since tnfcing Cardui, I am in preses and folders of the latest ira Brown purchased cf Dr. G. C. r rne::s much to me, better hcahii ihz. ever - r . an J type. Here- enough pr;ce a nice milch cow for 35.00. provement s Our line of Conch because J stirreJ many ; rs v.'i.u womanly troubles, pf ii'iexcellfd different kinds. What uihef treatments I tried, helped m$ Hand-mad- e Coffinsfurnisherl for a few days only," u&cu iu ? j y,, . 1 'T. J j"i 'KIU piint r is 54 ,. Children Cry for Fletcher's tell-tal- I c"-c- d "" .... ,k scar-'inc- well-know- n TPb d" Itjk .. o-- .c, A -- - la-- t, ' -- -J cl ria-cc- Prc-tc- n. d a What is CASTORIA I wifgsinimiWJi 'wmim. A Heme Instituticn 1 1 I w j: CASTORIA l' yBears ca:-jH"- rv 1 THE OF MT. I The Kind You Have Always Bought 30 WR shot ARMS-UNION SHOTGUN ami! Ax. CjiSHET S 3 mml llit?tep T"P fLL. gCOUCH CCASKETS Children Cry g Coffins and Robes. CASTORI A W. T. FRANCIS, - -- Dentist 1 3 GEORGE OWENS, De-Bor- d Williams, Pains All Over! I&-OFFIC- E. w T I- Cat-kefs-i- DON'T ABUSE YOUR WATCH 3.C.MCLARY 9k. AAA " Hearst' sent to all jiartt. ol the County 1 PI Plio-ie All ordars by Wire Promptly Filled W. A, 4S 9 MT. VBRVOtf, KY ..,. j. HN ... lauiibM vui wwi IUH Ti-J&r.- n. " HIGHEST MARKET PHICE PAID FOR SAW FURS AND HIDES Wool en Commtalon. Writs (or price- lltt mentioning title ad. '2 AND HIDES .nn.cw.ncJv w bwuiJUibulVI, SlS -- EattlillEhod IfiS? jfvWcK& joua YOU do not run your buggy, automobile or other machinery till it squeaks and 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 is BaCafcTwS-tJJJ vXjfc WBaCPilk liable to cut and wear and need attention be fo e you know it. You may not know it ttll the watch is completely ruined and stops. Bring your watch to us and let us examini it with our strong glass to see its condition accurately. We will show you and explain the exact condition. Rvery watch should be thoroughly cleaned and and adjusted onee in each year, Take proper care pf yvqur yatch and it will last re-oil- ed UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER AlfJLRtft Vf The WomarftTonic Don't wait, until you are taken down sick, before taking care of yourself. The small aches and pains, and other symptoms of womanly weakness and disease, always mean worse to follow, unless given quick treatment. You would always keep .Cardui handy, if you knew what quick and permanent relief it gives, where weakness and disease of the womanly system makes life seem tiard to bear. Cardui has helped over a million women. Try it Write to: Ladies' Advisory Dept. Chattanooca. Aleditiae Co.. Chattaaooga. Teaa., book; "Home Treatment for Woaua." itat free. J 51 for Special Instructions, and 64-pi-es J kF iCit??lj'lviy Stanford, Ky. lifetime. Consult us on all WATCH DISEASES. FRANK MOORE R. W. DYCHE. DENTIST BBW - jHwragaHHHBaBaaHH THREE-YEA- R . Order for SOUTHERN RURALIST BIGGEST AND BEST AGRICULTURAL SEND NO MONEY ar SUBSCRIPTIONS PAPER IN THE SOUTH MT. VERNON, KY. Office at residence on Main Si Crown and Bridge Wort Work guarantied Specia'ty. ?P&X. X& C$TC $ZTXX. &3&3t3fel& Chas CX Davis y&&3jCttPi Stores in this land of ours that sell Drugs, but ,the Drug Store for the people is the one that gives the purest drugs obtainable. Try us and let us prove ourselves the one, Yours, ac983ic$rd vt Kindly Sign ihe Blank Form Below and Become a Regular Subscriber. practically a trial subscription and payable at the end of the first year. The subscription can be stopped at any time by paying fov the pariod ths paper is taken. This method of taking subscriptions is the invention of another publication, and we F trying it to see if there is anything in it. What do you think? - The subscription price of this paper is $1,00 for three years, and the bill for the suhsrinfinn is sent to the subscriber at the end of the first year. When the fejlj go put we slip in a list of handy premiums ior sne suDscriDer to seiecc irom, providing ne pays tne mil prpmpf;iy, gnd the general re-suit is tliafc the bill is soon paid. When it comes to getting subscriptions from, wfceljigejit, high-clas-s farmers, our contemporary states that they are at the head of the class. Well, we'll, gee,"" K " We desire to invite attention to our three-yesubscription proposition. We hope to obtain one hundred thousand eddii "curl jmbsgi'iptvms during the present year to continue for three years. It is 332XCci There are lots oi Drug -- g Mount Vernon Monumental You are hereby authorized to enter my name as a subscriber to the Southern three years. On FEBPUARY 1, 1913, I will pay One Dollar for the three-yeperiod This order is given with the uudsrstftndipg that I am at liberty to stop the paper at any time by payjng the subscription to that date. ." SUBSCRIPTION BLANK.MdJ Southern Ruralist, SO South Forsyth St., Atlanta, Ga. V$Fr' Gentlemen-: EuRALiSTfor ar Manufacturer mDEALEK Granite JMonunients anu and of el Dept. lt, Nasnt Post Of lice R: P. B. No.. IhdBaaaWWMMMMBflMMMMHBmpmr kinds. Estimates . furnished ' on application-- " 2$3C Chas C. Davis, Druggist "Phone No. 39 Bate .1912. 8tet. - GEO.OWJiKS Piojr MT. VTKNON, K Y. Phone 112 .1 &. S- . fr.jer-- ; ! wu v 5