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M . wnai, a quiet town we nave now. yuinn, or rarnpa Jioriaa, are H. Brown, of Mt. Ver Not a pistol shot is to bq, heard, visiting Mr and Mrs. D C. Mr. W. Mr. W. H. Cottcngim non, was in our town Tuesday, no fights are taken place and if Alcorn.' he purchased a lot of a man j?e s drunk Marshal Penn- - received a message t' at his While here goods. He said he could get them ington will see that he has the mother was very sick, at Red cheaper here than he could to proper lodging. We believe if a Hill. Mrs. Alox Wells, f Spiro, order them. Don't you see we man she uld come here now that and Mrs? Leonard Preston, of are coming to the front. Oh, you was here ton years ago, his first Brodhead, are visiting AJrs. J. J. E Woodall, question would be where is the H. Owens and will goto Cincin- Mt Vernon.--M- r. of London, was in our city Tues funeral. Dr Cook a few years nati, Ohio, in a few days to make chy. Ed sure is a hustler when ago discovered the North pole that city their- future home it comes to selling goods Walter and recently Capt Roald Aranud Miss Elizabeth Gentry who js Browning is visiting at Crab send reached the South pole and attending school at M. VqrrjQn Mrs R. set up the flag of his country was here between trains Friday Orchard this week. A. Whitehead lef tTuesday to among the ice capped peaks of.enroute home from RJGljmon4 join her husband in Tennessee. that frozen land; the Kentucky where she ban boon vjsitjng R ck- -' relatives. Mrs. Giles Whlteaker Mr. Whitehead has a position Legislature legislated W. J. Sparks at that castle county out of tin Eighth and daughter, Miss Sallie, i assed with Mr. place. The invoice of the stock and placed us in the ELventh; through here Saturday enroute of goods sold to J. A Oliver by the wireless ysten of telegrapln t to Maretburg.-- 1 Miss Nettle Rice Dr. R G. Webb was 991.12 is a success and ajr ships are .has returned from -- Stanford Oliver has retained Mr E. N. flying between Huavcn ajjd earth where she has been visiting Riggs as clerk. Judge Chenalt what will be the noxt? Let's, relatives for the past week. of .Richmond is in our town. The wait and see. Well, Griffins Marshal Pennington arrested Jim Judge owns a lot of coal land Mill cor respondent or in other Delph here Saturday and turned south of here, and there may be words, J. is. uummins, fcjjr, the, him over to Cam Mullins who something in the wind. R. B. time has been, "when we were took him to Mt. Vernon Saturdav Sams was in Richmond, Saturday.T school boys together that we he escaped from the reform ,. v, j U, . .. on business. tiorn to .! wue oijcouid stand and spell for houis at sehooj some time ftgfl.-Mrine ?. i. weicn on we unru, a npe a time when the hlue Lack spell- - Uriah Adams and children are ooy. Mrs. Anarew inaomoti.toi mg book was supreme when a visiting relatives at Pme Bill, Pulaski county, is visiting her man who had m as c red old bloe Mrs. J. L. Davis, of Covington, mother, Mrs J. H Owens. Mrs. wa considered to have asplendjd is visiting her sistef, Mrs E fi.C, Grottenthrauler was called English Education Buf alpng p. Cppkpelj at this place. F. L home to Gethsemane on account came the American Bppk Co.. ThprapspB, tbp fiuptjing Mt of sickness -- Uncle George Pope'ail(j put 0ld blue back out of Vernon asmau w-with, our who has been sick go Jong is in a 'business ffirtrohants Friday. J. A. Cftver very feeble condition. Frank I Messrs Robert and Milt has purchased the stock of goods Dees, the traveling salesman, Tnvlnr. of Mr. Vumnn nQ .rieU. from Dr. R. G. Webb. Dr. D was in our town .Saturday ing their brother. Ann Tnvlnr , B Southard, of Mt. Vernon, was . r , . . J. Kice was in jraribon ouBinosx ifhev wGrfiflfinnmn jnioH u yi)U ii,Qw.am1t,.0ic.T?Bi,i., rnu " r HUH. UHILVUlllftlUOi'llUttV, me rr""" "J r Monday. A man by the name of Rickett, of Andrew Ind,Tobo RpJy RpJJers to our returns i .Moses, of Leslie county, has , Lafr 0f Mt. Veruon. has hpn town Sunday aud feean anflthp . rented afern of H. Witt, near visiting Hicks Mr. Lair meeting. Miss Lethi Mullins Pine Hill and is moving there said he went with Hicks to feed who has been'sick for soaie time this week. Chis stock at night and he was is slowly improving. W. M C, H. Rice the cross tie dealer feeding 3 head of horses, 6 head Poynter has tuilt an addition to wasinE-is- t Beinatadt Monday. 0f cattle and a lot of hogs and Dis jiouse, on Wajiiut street. J. MaPhal Pen .ington arretted oniy fefcds once a dav. He sid A. Oliver anl little daughter, with Mart gathered up an arm full of Rissie. were in Mt. Vernon Sat- mfrv aUfngpd John a in aor a drink 01 str-igiving and divided it among the urday Master Earl Rice ue wis tr.ea in. i lot and Hiu:$ asitud f?ir to gepd foomefrom Williamsburg was at whisky. school Judge Callow ys court and fined him one dozen pa'rs jjf groan buaUayjrrrtQitks are getting at $5o. Boys we have warned j ou goggles, he wanted to. turn his a fever heat jdown here n the and now we will repaat it again, 'stock ou the ran h tha Eleventh. Our friends; the the town officials are certainly Would Q$t enough to do them a enemy, the Republican party, camping on our train and they day beforp they found-ou- t the are in the middle of a bad fix. intend to put this bug juice out LIVINGSTON. , I I ... - v s. i. s ,..a -- - f-- - - W-M- f ( J THIS IS JUST TO CALL YOUR ATTENTION TO O F FEW HE SPRING STYLES .IN, Warner's RUST PROOF ELASTICITY OXFORDS FOR TAN AND GUN METAL A year ago all were; Taf t men, BKODHEAD. CEDARVILLE. A HOLD UP GAME EXPOSED. they are the worst divided Before you pay charges on an D. D. Halcomb, of near this March hasar-ives t you ever s w since Col. 'lei' y and brought express package again, it might be crnie back fnmi his lion hunt place, died Tuesday night. Ray the next largest snow we had a good idea to make sure the Most all the old nd is a en lidate there is . Clark, son of John M. Crawford, this winter. is very sick with pneumonia T.' people say this has been the charges have not beeu paid at the somewhat of a change. Teddy has had two terms and this W. Adkins, of Green county, has coldest and more snows this winter other end. The extent to which the express should be enough, The greatest moved to one of R. S.Martin's than has been in 40 years. J. M. corrpanies have been lobbing the and first president served two norses on corner ot Academy and .Smith had a public sale Piiday. Mr and Mrs. Everything brought a fair price. people by collecting charges at terms and was offered the third Wftter streets. ajid reused and yve know he HftlE. Christie hav gpne tol Cora averaged 75c per bushel, both ends of a shipment, as reveal in a house owned by T. S. bacon 9 cts; two, one and two ed before the Interstate Commerce Rut the Democrats Was riotwiji haw qu te a Ijtt'e poptet op Frjib, pn South Maui street, op year old calves brought 30 5o; cow commission, is amazing and outand calf $27.00; house bold goods rageous. their hauds this spring, there js. posite th Christian Churoh. In the case one company alone Mr. Smith is the silver tongutd prator, W. J. Mys. Johi D. $vans has moved in proportion. it was shown that it made j.uqo Bryan, whm we lave voted for in the house with her father, the making arrangements to go to the three times fpr ftnd who we Rev. A. J. pie. John E. Evans West, Botn to the wife oi Johnny overcharges ii. one day and collected in one year .67,000 as Both mother and would 111 e to pe elected to the ha? a position with Colgate & Co., Mink a girl. r highest office in the.'lft of the aufl on account of hig territory child are doing well. Egell And id addition to the cases of and Crawford Paris will soon Judpon bejng in Tennessee, will not beat peppie. And there, is overcharging which have come ""Harmon. of Chio.Wcodi o Wilson home very of ten - Uncle John malm- tVtolf- Jant.lM.n fs- D,...111 'VI U1.JUUUIO 1UI UV111C, jthe attention oi the commission, to it Marshal aud l&pt but not least, Flynn, who has been confined to Jdaao. is believed that thousands of ship- A. W. Norton, ol East Fork, was Champ ( lark one of the grtute. t his room for the past three weeks, men that vr 6 ever in Washing is out again. There is no one our in this part a few davs ago buying! men's are paid for at both ends of which the commission never people miss more than Uncle seed oukns. Uc let wua six ton, D. 0. John, and we are glad to know gallpps p little daugh- hears, owing to the fact that the Statt pf Obip, City o'f Toledo that he wj gppp pe abjg to re: ter of Mrs. Martha Renner has victims do not know they are beiug fleeced. Ilica Pfltuity f s. s" pie his duties. Henry Likins. whooping cougb.-Mou- t Rice has Frapk J. Chet ey makes oath o' Caueyvill An fficer of the company above .'.was with his brother just arrived from Boville Ida. that he i senior partner of he referred to admitted that the frrn of F. J fee ey & Co;, M. t froT . H. Ikn.s $he laer part He says the snow was 7 fi. deep system employed to identify prebusiness in the City of ToIccq Of last week, Mfss Nannie Mc? when he lelt there two weeks aga. Coupty apd estate aforesaid, id Whprter spent Saturday and SiWr Hall, of ClarBeld Tenn., paid packages was faulty, but had that ha'd firm will pav the ntn daywith home folks in Berea. has moved bis family in the house no particular apology to make. One Hundred Dollars for ch Mr. and Mrs. Francis Bordes of with his father-in-laDemand for transportation John U'h of f ti' b that agd every cac charges on prepaid shipments must cannot be cured by the use f HallV the Copper Creek section were bard. Eli Pingt gf CPfbio is vjsu-iu- g cease declared Commissioner Lane, friepds ot" this section. Tom Cafarrh Can. bKArjJ wHBsey. with Mrs. Bordes' parents Mr. who was plainly provoked. "The Bjyfjrn to before nje apd sub-- and Mrs. phu. grajg, fif the Quajl Mjze's wife departed this lite last ribed in my this 6th. section, Saturday and Supday.-Mi- ss Monday evening. Her remains Ocmplaint of this practiced by exday o! December S D 1886 JpljaSams. avJio is attending were laid to rest in the Mize press companies is universal." A V- - GLEAfpfj. (Seal) school at this place, .a8 at home burying ground. She leaves a Noiary Pul Jic Saturday and Sunday. Charles husband and one child. Bro. J. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF Hal''' Catarrh Cure is taken THE UNITED STATES. internally, : nd acts directly en" the C handler was with borne folks in M. Finley filled his regular ap blooa and mucous surfacts ot the Bromo, Saturday and Sunday. pointment at pleasaut valley church S)stem. Sepd fortctimonials free Misses Susie Cable and leiht Ah Saturdpy and Sunday. Owing to For thk Eastern Distuict ov F. J. Gif ENBV &. Cp Kentucky. bright were ia Mt. Vernon, Sun- the congregation and the boo7.e 6 day. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Martin with the oung boys the behavior Sold by al Dr gsists. 75c. Take Hal s F mily Pills for con of Lynchburg, Va, were the was bad. In the matter 1 guests of R S. Martin an famstipation. 01 The Kentucky Edu ational As- Henry L. Smith. S A Bankrupt. ily, Sunday and Monday. Alsociation will meet in Louisville on Stanford, Ky. Tresldent Tait nominated Mid- bright Bros, were here this week June With the 25. 26 and 27. March 12 i9i2 shipman David Hunt Stuirt, looking out a location for a roller the Stato A mpptinor nf tlif rrprtitnrc nf mill Prom what we can learn no educational interest of Rohert N'cholas. M Her, James G. at high water mark already, aud',the above named, who has heen waie anl Timothy A. al deal so far has been. mad0, hut t s with Louisville spreading herself w'll be heUl a guvs 8. tf a suitable location Ktntneky, to be nsigns. to the utmost to make this meeting at the office of the Referee Stan can be found, whichisno troubia a great success, there is no reason ford, Ky., on the 23rd. day of Noiv, let's get busy and assist in why this session ot the Associa- March, 1912 at 9 o'clock a. m. to Chilo'ren fpry elect a Tnitee for the estate of this matter, for that is one entertion should not have the largest said Bankrupt, and for the transFOR FLETCHER'S, prise that we can afford to push. attendance in the history of its action of other business as may The town will charge no taxe? for come before the meeting. Corn pry organization. a period of five years, so lets get with Sec. 57 of the Bankrupt act Albright Bros, to add to thair concerning prbof ot claims otherwise your claim can not be allowed. roller mill an ice plant and elecFOR FLETCHER'S J. N. Saunders, tric light plant, then our town 1 Reteree n .Bankruptcy. A will be seoond to none of its size. Miss Reca Brooks has attended the Christian Church Sunday School every Sunday for the past three vears. This ought to in Royal has no substitute for spire others to attend more, for ouse-jteepin- g - over-cbaige- a! Ren-ne- - ,- - srts.-r-T- he -- --Ja- mes S pre-ene- , T-ied- Pa-ke- t, adjudged-Bankrup- t, QA5TQRIA Children Cry STO R a it requires no more effort of one than another. Miss Reca has not only been present but her teacher informs us that she always has good lessons On last Wednesday night the towu brard passed an ordinance, that about one and half miles of concrete walks making delicious home-bake- d foods MODERATE PURSES CORSETS a -- j. lV. VICI AND " As well as for the woman who does not, perhaps, consider so closely her expenditures. For your purse as . well as your style guide, we are showing here a few styles in mut be SELBY'S Oxfords . FOR SPRING -- PATENT LEATHER - WOU'LL also find several others styles iii our jvindow displayed for your consideration or purchase. Never before have we ever been so able to furnish such an assortment of fine shoes- " '" PATENT LEATHER, GUN METAL, WHITE BUCK AND PATENT LEATAER 'TANS, CANVAS. SATIN. AKD WHITE BUCKSKIN. ."- 'f ,,.-VICI- , Call to day or and let us show you through. Also a big line of Buster Brdwn forNChildren. JBuy your low cuts early while the styles and sizes are complete, w I. 1 W l TAN AND GUN METAL .?, SUTTON i & " completed by not later than Aug ust the tirst of this year. A numIN A CORSET ber of citizens, who are effected 7V by this order were present, and all given an opportunity to express themselves for or against, Gives the figure and we are proud to say that not lines that fasha man opposed it, and from what ion demands. we have been able to. hear, the 'order has met the approval of LONG, everv fax payer in the town. in the u I,1 ' While all the Gr town do not get walks, they are Snug-Fittinsatisfied-wit- h the knowledge that Skirts with ' their neigh bons are benefited, and low tops, most more than this, that in the near future, an orJer will be made to flexibly boned reach their property. The town are tho latent board proposes to furnish an amount equal to the cost of the cement and sand from the general fund. And while the fellow who ?l ZustPreof don't get the walk is helping the fellow who does, everybody seems to be willing to do all in his power for the welfare of his town. No matter the size or style, is guaranteed rather than trying krundo what to shape fashionably, to fit comfortably, has been done, in order to satisfy the bones not to break or rust, -- or the his own selfish desire "United we stand, divided we fall "is our fabric tear. motto. Attorney and Mrs. E. R. Gentry "were down froMt- - Ver-- ' non a iew hours Wednesday. J Mrs. J. F. Watson" and Master 50 cents to $5.00 Dora Reynolds are spending a few days with relatives in5ar-rarcounty this, week George S Durham is with his brother, F. L. 'Durham, in Mt Vernon, dur the absence of his mother, who is with her daughter, Mis , u,r, Wesley, in Liberty. BakingFowder ABSOLUTELY PURE acef g tax-paye- rs The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar Warners STYLE'S PLOWS WE SELL Every Warner's PRICES THE CHATTANOOGA PLOWS J Hill Side and Flat Land TURNERS and DOSBLE SHOVELS 1 Paints for Chattanooga Plows. ". d McBEF "T s ! -- THE BEST SHANK1 HOES I e n, the Ma r k et H0ES "I T o. JSav THE EMPORftJNI :&' - -- ijtce "??&fC A. ' . " &1 s C.A8TORIA $. CfcjIlelrfiRv Cry fOl FLETCilErs - - m i NOE.& "1 2& EJAVtS , T r 1 m 3PJD3D PRINr s& . , -- IttZ v f.: Ji ' Jk.f C7; 4 V" 2t 5A fcMW rf "k ft, ' W. W . .- - '? r .9w ' . SfeSSFvN - te r .r r '..s s'a. ' M,: -- " ,4. J'XA1 , Y- vt. "ii tT'i. ., -- tBii '. p. f-fr? .. x "i Ess, - "Z.. jc. M.-I- . t i T- -. Cmnmitttg are fd no tile tiaracd' ihe officers of the" AssociatlBh .... .. MT. VERNON SIGNAL and confident that 2sgoo teadheis dt licit of Coiurei State, Normal tbi 8?llator bf Biad ey .nd ill,' Mor aie passed. 'Salary ! &9rt Senator, Reed Simx.-'-, horn will be present on thisoceasida. Stenographer at S t, 200 Friday, Mch 15. 1912 Every teacher 4vho atttfiaft tie 'given Commonweplth's Attorney Utah The.se two gentlemen rcrc j prompt to carry out the wishes- - of cqunty. Kentucky Educatidnal AssociaM n jof Lotiisyille dn June" 25, 26 and Bill changing name of county ' Mr- '1 aft and used t leir influence at Published every Friday by 27, 19!, will have an oppor- seat ( f Harlan from Mt. Plea a t to against the bill. As an excuse fo EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT, their .clion, theycia m tlliscou. try tunity to inspect the LouisvjlU Harlan passed. Resolutions adoptedcommendtng is not financially able to p.iy the school system, which includes 7 school-- , acts of Lieut Gov McDermott as old soldier St pe- - diy, yet at ihe $1.00 high schools, 57 public tJBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR same time, these same patriot!-- 1 iw 9 public night schools, 30 publu priding officer. Statute permitting killing of tres- makers were careful fo say nothing kindergartens, 15 medical, law, ? knovm on business, dental and theologies passing dogs reptnle against the action of Congress in Is you Advertising rales made Bill regulating sale oi cp'um increasing he pa. f Congressman colleges, two military ms'itutes, a application ? and Senators from 5,000 to 7 500 a nice dozen preparatory schools, and an passed. salary Scott bill providing scboolhouse per year and thi excellent system of parochial of any kind or from 5,000 to 75,000 a year. In Do you 'need a may be used as places of worship schools MEMBER OF when schools not tu sesion passed . other words Bradley is perfectly KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION description ? LAST DAY IN GENERAL Farra bill relating to deposits by willing to takeout of the Treasury ASSEMBLY. domestic life insurance companies more than $20 per day for his Remember we have the nicest and best service? and Taft more than 200 passed. rockers in the to the HOUSE. Filibuster began at 10 p in. on per day for his, but soldiers you wait for your $1 a day Resolutions providing $350 for judicial redisricting bill. lasting j pension until you are 75 years old help for Clerk. S300 for Frank two hours. When Bradley and Taft both know Clock stopped at 10:30 p. m. fort ministers who bad officiated of the soldiers will Louisvill police and fireman pen-Jo- that nine-tentat Assembly, printing 5,000 copies It came at last. Rockcastle was be dead b fore thev reai-- that age. bills parsed. bill, adopted. kicked into the Kleventb and that Confederate pension " bill reconsidered Bill authorizing levy of - tax for WHOSE SERVICES ARE AND We are there is ail there is to it. "and passed. tubercuiar hospital in JefLrson HAVE BEEN WORTB MORE .Hid there is no use to cry over amended TO THE COUNTRY THE SOLDBill requiriug tuberculosis te-- t county passed. "spilt milk". We did not want to Lieut G iv. McDermott and Mrs IERS' or , Taffs aud Bradley's? go a:ni it is verv doubtful whethei for cattle by county authorities McDermott and officers remember- Somerset Herald , we will ever become very well passed. also carry a line of Hardware and Bill to increase appropriation ed by presents from Senators. san.fied in our new location, but NINETEEN MILKS A RECOND B. M Arnett failed toget through we shall trv to make the best ol lor Kentucky Home Soceiy to shock or Jistuibance without a s money saved to buy your Hardware from it. We have one consolation and $10,000 a year passed both houses bill at r.lo riiis inorniug creating is the awful speed of our earth Bill passed authorizing ad- Sixteen and Nineteen senotorial through space. We wonder at tint is whenever we meet an us such eise of nature's movement, Iil- - eiuh d'nirict democrat, we ditional Judge in Jefferson county. districts. rue blue, a democrat know he Bill increasing per capita allow- TO MOTHERS AND OTJiERS and sj do those who take Dr. No King's New Life Pills. from principal and that his vote ance or maintenance or inmates You can use Buck leu's Arnica grp'n-jno dfcVess just through 'I hat is more j Qf asylums passed is not for s de. Salve to cure childreu of eczema, work that brings good runHh and of somescoundrels than can be Bill relating to tax on shares of rashes, tetter, chahngs, scaly and fine feelings. 2;c. at C. C. Davis' who call themselves l&w makers insurence stock passed. crusted humors, as well as the'r Senators Hermann D. Ne.vcomb, cms ourns, and took an active part in having Bill to move State departments arciueinai injuries, perfect safety. and native bruises, etc., with S L. Mir-h- a Rockcastle put out. to old Capitol killed. Nothing else heals so quickly, form VV. Holland weri designated old or or Nat B. Skwei.l, ol London. is Bill prohibiting sal.: of liquet feverboils, ulcers, piles runuing no last night as State Com nissioner sores or it has a candidate for delegate from the within 400 feet of State University :fic Exo atten 1 the Panama-Pequal. 25cts at Cliffs. C. Davis' to the National r normal schools passed. Eleventh dMnct position. Bill to regulate catching mussel convention which meets in Balti What is known as the 1 a day Representative Ben Johnson will more to nominate a candidate for shells killed. bill was intr duced by b the umpire ii a fiht b.tween pension A million men are out in the Mr. Sewell is one of president Bill making it unlawful to ''pur- General Sherwood, of Ohio, in the the forces of Tift 'and Rojieveh English cole strike, and an order the good democrats of the Eleventh ; chase, procure or deliver" in- lower house of Cor. ress and was over presidential prefe e ice pri- - ha been issued to the troop to be was for some time editor of the toxicatmg liquor into local oprioii passed by Republicans and m-- r es in the District of Columbia. m readiness toeitrain in case of Democrat, and a hard teiritory passed. The bill then went to the ,ocrats Forty six alleged dvnamitersjirjticipated disorder. it had where worker for the cause ol Democracy increasing salaries of Bill icdietel on evidence largely sup in the "Blo.idv Eleventh". No ,rc ,.r naori AecAmhUr fr.,.' ..... -- j, been -pending until- - a few days ago plied nv Urtie AKiNam.ira cases VJV......I.. . 'Press reports all along have indi J . creditable representative .0 JO a day passed iiHire FOR FLETCHER'S to 30 arra;Rned at Indi;japolis could be choen than Mr. Sewell cated that Taft was oppose to the All olead d not guiliy. Bill ceding Edmonson lauds to bill and would veto it 'f pissed by There is not n:uch difference United States for Mammoth Cave the Senate, but rather than be The most common ca-- e of in- The child that is always allowed National Park passed. omnia is disorders uf the -- lomach being in the Eleventh and placed in such a bad attitude befote Chamhe-lairi'- s to have its own way is to be pitied Bill for upkeep of old State Capi Stomach and Liver occupying the position Rockcastle country, he Tablets correct these disorders and not envied, and its parents are as amended by Senate passed the soldiers of the tol, y occupied iu the Eighth. The the bill killed lr .nd enable von to 'sleep. For sale tt be condemned for theirv folly and Newcomb bill authorizing Com- planned to have was too much the wiong C. Davis. 1 tck the committee. As members f v Cb-.of discipline. Just think uav to get much recognition. But missioner of ARricuhureto appoint what sort of a man or wtman a labor inspectors where the hitter pill comes is to try two women Passed. to stomache Caleb Powers, That j J&fft to do always just is it pleases HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID Bill regulating sale.of opium is the worst dose of it all. FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES -. SSi - k3fc V jtear- - '& -- i,Cipi ' i1 -- . sgsS '' ,1.JV ;- - - - - ,. ... rr ! - FURNITURE it Furniture How about want Rug Table town , 1 1 Pr-side- nt's n hs "Anti-sweating- HARDWARE We a it i- -1 , j I 1 li-pe- se S. B. McKenie AN J a - j Dera-Londo- n ' I .V-.V- .. ..i..j ".- - Children Cry ! 1 CASTORIA UNVARYING STORY pat- I u The majority of our -- nia-j.nit- rons tell an unvarying story s of satisfaction regarding our accomodations And this impels us to suggest that you also would be pleased with our service. PEOPLE'S BANK 'Mt, Vernon, Ky.." AND KEDBS Wool on CommlKlon. banking passed. has been selected as the time of meeting of the next of the Ken tuck j annual Educational Association because the re are no other school events in the State which will conflict. The rural schools, the city .schools, and the colleges will have closed their session before that time and there is no reason why auv teacher in Kentucky may not June 26-2- 7 Speaker Terrell, was recipient of presents and commendations of his conduct as presiding officer, as were other officers. DoA'ling bill prohibiting use of public drijkihg cups passed. Brown text-book bill-killed- Write for Pe-Mj- p list inenuuiuny uii au JOHN WHITE CO. ljo4. CHICAGO, Jgr sri&&&U wxi. TOLEDO, lSHSJti i.m& BOOKKEEPING Bu8lne83,PhoHography TYPEWRITING and TELEGRAPHY tnecett. 'IlBUrtR.SMjTH IUSINESS COLLEIE rrr.I.Icnt hit yen of experience in mercantlla 'unking lniinrs, lo 32 yean educating 1O.0QO and for JK0"Enter now. mn wntni"!! . ILL, CINCINNATI, CLEVELAND, LtSc-ll- d. . Bill relating to officer, indexer for Jefferson county passed. Senate amerdments concurred in. Governor sigued bill authorizing appointment of three commission- COLUMBUS, DETROIT, 0., MICH., 0., 0., 0., iJONN BROWN A.U.FUKNISH h AND ALL POINTS NORTH. ., Brown-Furnis1V5 " ATLANTA, GA., BIRMINQ!!AM,-ALA- CHATTANOOGA, TENN., JACKSONVILLE, SHREVEPORT, It may be truly said that no has been more effective in the creation of ideas and the formation of policies that promoted the have in tu.n efficiency of the schools of the State than the Kentucky Education Association. The first meeting of the Association was held forty years ago and it has had much to do with the betterment ot the school system of the State from that day to this, and today it is Ine most potent factor iu the educational life ot the State. The Louisville meeting of this Associa tion which will be held on June 25-2- organization ers to Panama Expositions. Senator H D. Newcomb, Representative John W Holland and Senator Sterling Alarshall appointed commissioners. Bill to enforce attendance at school of children betweeu 7 . a-.- GALVESTGN, TEX., DALLAS, TEX., NEW ORLEANS, LA., KHDXV1LLE, TENN., AND ALL rOSfJTS SOUTH FLA., LA., u HU1333; d) a x sural Rial haille to.va and farm property, do abstracting and can save you money. Realty Co. fcjtate AND SOUTHWEST. pass on titles. If you want to sell list your prop-wit- li us; if you want to bu we W. G BAKER, President F. L.TIIOMPSONJJr.1 Cashn-r- . CLAUDE C, COX, Asst. Cashier. all points North, East, Southand West reached VIA THE THROUGH CAR SERVICE OF THE 14 passed. QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. " FOR FARES AND ALL OTHER INFORMATION, CALL OH 0R"WR1TE K xpc-&- &tZrT! 2 3OQ3qXX bill authorizing thni Scott bodies be exhumed w"hen poison' ing is suspected passed. ' Ryan bill relating to pay ol .- H. C. KINO, Passenger and Ticket Ajcnt, 101 E. Main St, -V. A, BECKLER, General Passenger Atcnt, - LEXINGTON, KY. CINCINNATI, OHIO. jury Commission passed convert half of fines for cruelty to animals to humane .0 Bill to DON'T ABUSE YOUR WATCH -- Av -- YOU do not run your buggy, automobile or other machinery till it squeiks aud griuds cieties passed. and cuts itself to pieces. You clean and oil it Bill prohibiting giving a.viy often. street car 'transfers passed 7 promises to eclipse all forY u should be as caretul of your watch. It Comparison of enrolled bills be- is sm jll and light and can not speak loud when mer meetings in points of attendit is dry and" needs cleaning and oiling so itbe-i ance, organization, thought, and liahle to cut and wear and need attention Clocktopped at n:28 p m. action. , fore you know it. You may not know it till SENATE. the watch is completely ruined and stops. If there is a teacher who has Bring your watch" to us and let us examine not been attending the annu il Iu session at 10 a. m. it with our strong glass to see its condition meetings of the Kentucky EducaBills authorizing Louisville to BWL&ffiliaiy accurately. We will imow ou and explain tional Association, now is a go d vote on bond issues of- - $1 000,000. the exact condition. , time to begin. Louisville is the tor srho.ils and !?!,o)),ojj i'y Every watch should be thoroughly cleaned and, re oiled and adjusted place and 25 27 is the time-ofthpassed. wmniai sewers once in each year. Take proper care of your watch ana next meeting. Trie addresses a id 1 Bills regulating co isolid ition of you a lifetime. Consult us on all WATCH DISEASES discussion will interest andbsnefit telephone compinfes passed. j The subjects tor discussion j Bill providing State officers tiny 30U. important And the speaker-ar- e reiristcrIorvj.il v of elec i tie qnahfied to speak with author-- 1 tion passed. i:y. The acquamtances you will Bill to compel street railways in make or renew will be'uot only a fourth class cities to keep up put pleisuie but a distinct profes innnl of highway.-- defeated. asset. The social features of the Anti-loashark bill passed. I meeting will make 30U a bettur, Bill teorgauize State Board of or because a happier teacher, all next Agriculture pass op A splendid program hi pnin's seven members of board. jear Ky .8 . been arranged' and a host y e appropriating $15,000 for "re- Bill thusjastic and friendly teachers will pajr 0f Qd state Caoitol passed. j . COMPLETE LINE Nle there. Bill crrating county of McCreary f Tht'last meeting of the State f passed Signed by Governor. Coffijis, Caskots and "Robes. Bill appropriating $10,000 an- Teachers' "Association of Oklahoma or TeH All "Mail. Teleerra-osaw 6.000 teachers In attendance miaUVfor. clerk hire Secretary of "phone order Promptly s The largest session of the State State passea. " Filled. Bill,requiring State to paypre- Association in Kentucky did not have more than 809, teachers. The 'miumsdn bonds- bf States f . officers " v .c iieeting jnIJuisvillG oh. June 5 passed. .' .s. CTJ-.. .. " : ur- . v,,rr' ,& W' e I JONAS Mckenzie EACH WEEK, where you wil always find listed the beit of goods, which are sold for a fair margain of profit Goods bought right and soldjlright are the kind of goods that it always pays to buy. JDur. Motro has always been to give to our customers the Jvery .best goods possible fdf the money. K" AN EYE ON THIS SPACE FRANK. MOORE 11 q3G $ " GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER ZTCJOCP Brodhead 3&3&K n Gb-ern- 1- , -- h Thanking my customers for the patronage in the past and asking a continu- varice in the future, I am ' rj j Yours vcxy truly, JONAS McKENZIE, r Mt. Vernon, Ky. a J . a-'- k 4.r Jr. T r -- ,..-' fj H -- is expeotetobearecombrelce-AwIai7i5c--'t. o I 13 ., w &ryr&xattX& -- f- i i 5 fpe&x&Pt il er-xz- s "v -- - "- -' " .r.JL r" "--- , " 1 &r j t. , , u - SVC" it Z -V v- ' llSLwi zk . Li "1 A. . :- y. w VV I it. i4g-!r- - V, -- & .. - i"' J -- smiS&Z9gsz MT. VERNON SIGNAL Mt Vernon Ky. Mch 15, 1912 g-oit- oa .. ' mi iit -. . I i. i r mJTV lJI'''g''' '?' '" "f8 WTI:iT.T1iiTTf"tJ-'- . F L. Duihaui bought a fine cdw from. Bob Ladgford for $451 l I ' rr button, ladies boot in Fish's window the three quaries in the county. I wear-"you-we- ll I at 3.50. We trust that the Ml. Vernon quarf? side-ste- p You can hijh-stcJudge Bethurum is having some ry will get this addition, for it is an and two-stesivc them .nil the wear knocks you've a mind to, but you don't have to darn - iudustry that will grow and in a considerable additions and imthem, ever. his office. time will be of such a capac- "provements made to short a. Nashville R.R.Co. Couisvillc TVunderhose are made right, to look right, Paris Sowder has had two hung ity that several men will be nquir.d to fit right, to feel right, to vea right. They're .. in hfmdlp that nnrt of thp .. TIME TABLE. juries in his trial ot violating me. guaranteed to do all this. seem lo us lQai "wouiu ue Koou 4.46 p m town ordinance by renting his 22 nc.TT.n They're the best wearing hose that your money can troy policy anu gooa nusiuess on tne 24 nortn 353 a in pool tables to a club. r One dollar a box offour pairs. They're made for father, part cf the busmen men to prevail 11:38 a ro 23 south mother, sister, brothat and for the baby, too. ine ftiaiwvieaa j hiks nau ji.at upQU Mf w j gpark lhe presi 12:19 am as well tuck their tails and get out dpul 21 .South We will give you new "Wunderhose free for any of the compatJVf to install that that wear out in four months' time. Wunderhose outwear Jas. Landrum, Agent. of business, not only in Mt. ver- plant at the Mt. Vernon quarry. this guarantee, g non and Rockcastle county,-bu- t Phone No. 58. It will be only a small part of ihe in every local option town and business to start with, but only a enured at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice county in the state few years will have passed when it mail matter. aa tecowl-clas- s 1 inwill be one ol the biggest ends of Mt. Vernon will offer special ducements to a good '"shoe coir the W. J. Sparks Co. 's business A- PERSONAL RI a n Well-- D bier". A good workman can get a fertilizer the ground lime stone W. H. Fish was tn Cincinnati all the work he can do. F. has no equal for restoring worn out The Man Who Wesxs Our Hdj&ml) Clothes during the iveek." Krueger has a vacant room and lands and reviving the ltss pror Logan R. Hughes was down tays he will make it interesting The cost will be much Jess YOU have tho appearance you get the from Stanford Sunday. for the right kind of a worKman than the commerpial fertilizers and attention in business in social circles-"-- . everyv.lK-TrG- , Cashier A.,M. Hlatt. of the Citid appearance is mostly a Regular services at the Baptist the results better. Let us upe our )E SOLS HEED matter o2 clothes. Eank ot Brodhead, was here zen's church Sunday Nov. i7 at both effoitsto get this business located You owe it to yours dIx to be well dressed yesterday. WARRANTED TO WEAIt hours, Sunday school at 10:00 a. at Mt. Veinou. We need it acd especially whea you can be at a reasonable cost. George we want it. Born to the - wife of m. The public are' cordially in You are assrured of attention if you wear our 0vens, of Maretburg, on the 12th. vited to attend ajl sepvjces Clothes. They give you an air of distincBROWN MEMORIAL SCHOOL a fine boy. Strangers welcomed and made to tion and refinement. They place you at once in Master Benjaraine Mullins is feel at home. circle, the Miss Moore, principal of the Yqu don't have to paj an exorbitant price for very sick and it is feared he has T C. Du:cr, pastor. Presbyterian school, at Harlan, all these advantages. Ycu get the latest styles pneumonia. Tne heating plant at the Graded spent the week-eudand fabrics the best tailoring for the cost of the at Laugdon George Durham, of Brodhead, is School is at last in operation but 1 "!ji ordinary clothing. 4Hfe Dormitoiy. visiting bis brother, P. L. Durham, Spring is here or soon will be and Veita Cornett has returned to on Newcomb Ave. BOX Come in tomorrow and select yotxr style the heat will not be reeded school after a brief absence on acis in Louis- Many valuable hours work has from the larje variety we are showing. Mrs. J. W. Brown illness. Lots of good styles at $13, $20 and $25. ville for the week. Mr. Brown ac- been lost this winter on account count of had have Chapel egereises companied her for a da. of the inefficiency of the man who several special features during the John 'French Jr. was over fiom installed the plant. Ou Thursday the past week. Wildie Sunday the guest of the to Mt. Vernon simply has got to members of the primary class read ? 1: 77 iim family of his uncle, J. Fish. have a hotel, but who is going to the play, Mary's Iimb, C. D. 'Sutton was in Cincinnati build it? That is ihe question. Our Dorothy Albright acting as teacher -- Tdruriug'the week buying" goods for town" is too Targe for " one small of the school, Elizabeth F.urnish splendid firm Sutton & McBee. hotel to try to accommodate the as Mar', and Frank Richards as that W. J. Sparks and family who people and the failure to supply the lamb.. Jack Crawfotd and have been at the Seelbach, Louis- one will cost Mt, Vernon more Bernard Franklin carried out their lWe'1! HartrJ vnn onlv ville, for'the winter, will return to than any one thing that could parts as memb.rs of the schooi. VI til I possibly happen. their home here to day, On Monday morning special music en you ask the by the Senior chorus Arty. E. K. Gentry and Rev. G. Containing was rendered Farm Sale: to see S Witson wer named as the 200 acres for a five -- 00m house. the .Tnnior chorus, and the Gir'"s with tnstejs in the J. H. Dickerson About half of arm in cultivation Glee Club, Tuesday, Miss Mattie sang a solo. bankruptcy iroceeding. the balance in timber. This land Huff In a contest "among the first David L. Bryant, the pioneer lays we'll and is we'l watered with year Bible students 011 Monday be You-Thin- k miller of t .is count);,' is able to Every of the of A good stock branches and well 'aVhls work again after suffering a farm adjoining the tbvn of Brod- morning, Virginia Crawford stood the longest, few weeks with lagrippe. head. WilJ sell worth rJ ' The High school cooking class is Mr. and" "Mrs.' Tytee Genlry Terms to suit purchaser. to give a luncheon Friday noon. have returned from a visit of six Mrs. Linda Bbnton m m m m a at m m m m Q & a n a m m m C Q G a mmm mm m m mmmmmm mmm J. S. Langford and Roy Beasley t.mm.m m m m m m m m a i. m a & a a m a m ce a . andNew Mex-- , weelcs to California Brodhead, Ky. bought of S. W. Halconib, cf Ga HANSFORD. t9 ico. They saw several Rockcastle rard county, the fine combined 06a 9 Ve understand that Mr. I. A. .. ej on their visit. people saddle and harness stallion. Rocket cO Bowman will sell out in Madison Miss Maggie Bradley of Bl ss, Peavire, at a fancy price. They 99a. "SO T P. Mayiield, prominent in M. aO and return to Jackson county; his visited her brother at this place ea ..CO will make the season of iyr2 with eea. W. of AT "circle,' was here from former home. oeo Mr. Bowman OQ Somerset Thursday on business already, has the contract for furnish- last week, M, G. Kir by and fam- bim in Mt. Vernon and also pre- Sat... "? sen e ily spent Sunday with Mrs. pare him for the fairs. Lovers of concerning that organization. ...a00 for the new tail-- , ing the cross-tieMcPherran. Mrs. J. J. fine horse flesh are invited to call and road which is 9 Mrs. R. B. Thompson to be built from Ida Bullock returned home Sunday .a09 and see this horse. His breeding CO daughter. Mrs. Al Homes, were May. ty Livingston. We undertwfc weeks with and terms of service will be an.09 with Mrs. Thompsons' mother,' stand work has already begun on after spending 9 90a relatives' at "Lawrenceburg, Crab nounced later. 03 Mrs. W. M. Pointer this week. road in Jackson county. This Orchard and Danville. Mrs. H 3 O0s t 8a J.dge TohnMenifee? of Stanford will open one of the richest timber C. Kirby spent Sunday and Mon QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. 0Oa. are getting nearly every department in our Big Store r.i 03 a 09 and Atty. William Lawwell, of and minetal sections in the state. day with' her mother, Mrs. toe Jane Reduced Fares to Cincinnati and Complete can only mention a few of the many barDanville, were here Tuesday iu return account "World 'in CinFrom necessity we' are agaiu Henner, at Cedar ville. Mitchel 0a t9 the interest of a Rooseyelt Club e3 are going to sell all kinds .aO the public. ' gains forced to request those who have Cress Egbert aad Nell Nortou, of cinnati," a MISSIONARY EXfor Rockcastle. ae0 POSITION of interest to all. 0a articles for publication, to please Wabd, attended churcf? at Mt. See ..00 00a. ever sold in Livingston before We are in receipt of a letter lrom hand them iu early in .9oe W. T. Debord, Tickets on sale March n to 13, 9c3. of Goods cheaper the week. Pisgah, Sunday -- Mrs. Cleo Brown telling of her mO inclurive; 18 to 20, inclusive, 25 8r Ba Don't wait until Thursday, that is of near Level .Green, was in this ta3 B0. a few prices below : 3iS. visit to the Sunflower state, which the day for correspondence from part Sunday. Tom is a good fel- to 27. inclusive, ahd Apiil 1 to 3, Geo. ed for this week but arrived too late J33 Brodhead and Livingston which low and we like to see him come inclusive, good returning, within 00a 00 OOa C3 .will appear in our next issue. four days including date of s.le. 90a together with the regular local around. Misses Bertie and BerSugar 99 Standard 17 has'-reMrs. Annie Hendrickson work is all we are able to handle tha Kirby spent Saturday and Apply to nearest Ticket Agent, ..S0S eSU a four weeks visit on that day. In the future please Sunday at the home of Miss Cora Queen & Crcsent Route, for full 00a turned from lbs ..SO Leaf Lard per Can of 96 She hand in your contributions early Kincer. Mrs. W. M. Bullock and information. 0Oa with friends at Pineville. SSfcl Sunday for Cincinnati to and when so done, we are only too children spnt last Saturday with 0Oa . will leave .hQQ Compound Lard per lb Notice: Those who have C3 purchase her Spring Millinery. gled to have them, but our force her mother, Mrs. Debord. There ..a33 for stock in the Mt Verea. Cca Mr. David Griffin, who is at the can only do so much work and we will "be singing and bible "readitig non Fair Association, will please O0a Flour per bbl Best 0a. head of the mechanical department do not feel- - inclined to ask them to every Sunday at 2 p.m. at a house call at the Secre'tarys office and pav 0Sa. M.m9ti , Pj. . t oa for the L. & N. at Jellico, was here work overtime every Thursday in just, opposite tne JBiue. sjytng c n in same on or before March 15th. "83 09 for a few hours. Wednesday morn- order to do what could and should W. M Bullock's farm. Mrs. T. and receive certificates. ...a9 Please 90a.. a0l O01 ' ing on his way Jto Maretburg to see have been done earlier iu the W. Cromerand Mrs. Martha Mc- - call at once without fail. .a09 OMit. a0v 90a.. his lather. . week. We would also request that Clure and daughter visited Mr. aa0 E R. Gentry, Sec. 9c 9 Sat.. correspondents, who do not con and Mrs. Jonas Pitman, near O0J 90a LOCAL 0a tribute regularly, send in as early Level Green, last Sunday. Holy S9 90a. 9 in the week as possible in order to Rollers held services at the home 9 90a.. The Holv Rollers closed out 13 90a make'sure that the letter will get of Robert McKinney last Satura30 tMH at this place Monday night ia 00a... day night, Sunday and Sunday in the regular run. 90 a m m ia 90a. night at the home of W. A. Mc Two farms forsale. . For further 909 ri.'Bei 90a. S3 Uncle Dick Johnson has recently Kinney. Salie Doan and family, tMH n formation apply to, "ou 90aa GO heard good news from an old friend of "Lincoln county, are visiting aai C.'H. Frith, 3 Brodhead, Ky. and comrad of the war of 61, who here this week. O. J. Mullins, Feb. 23 4t. ..ae 90a.. after the war drifted west " and the' hustling trader of Level 90a... 03 90a.. to be accumulated a fortune. Since-thThe year igt2, promises 09 90a.. Green, passed through here Mon9 90 one o( Mt. Vernon's, best yearsTor close of the war Uncle Dick had day. Mrs. Sarah Kirby, who has ' the are u9 bui'ding A number of houses are heard nothing and knew nothing 0t) O0 been siclffoi the past six weeks, 3S8 being planned.Two Great Creators 00a.. a00 of the whereabouts ot his old is improving in health. 00a. 90Q Bro. 00a. vv Z:x comrad, until a few days ago a Clouse filled his appointment Energy of . at Garnett Kemper, special agent 2 1111 SSSSSSSSZSlaaSaaaaaaaSaaaaSaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaeaaa Energy means. power for the Fidelity Phenix Fire In. letter came asking about Uncle Mt. Pisgah Saturday and Sunday 09 )9999999999C999999S999930999OeG999 00a9999999999999099999999999 power to work, to think, was here yesterday to Dick, which stated the writer had and was assisted by Bro. James surance Co., amassed a handsome tortune and Barnes and Bro. Mobley. to throw off and keep I Do vou know that of all the adjust the loss of R. A. Sparks. There The Underwood wool bull will u Mr. jounson neeaea any of: his will be preaching at Mt. Pisgah off disease. " minor nilments colds ar"e by far rt probably be brought i ejet before Willie Green Harrison, who means he should have it. ?!the most dargetou?? Iris not the Get all the .sunshine The the second Saturday and Sunday the House. adta project ranking in cold recently returned to his- - "home in best information obtainable is that in April. We sjre having good that on need to fear, and take you can, sugarschedule importance10 but the serions dieases that it Mt. Vernon from the asylum, died Uncle Dick will goon get and every one that and excise tax'on income. left me with a friirhtful cough and often leads to. Most of these are Sunday mornidg. The deceased thing like $loooo as a remember- - goes seems interested. Old Mt very weak. I had spells when I could I known as germ diseases Pneuhardly breathe or speak, for 10 to 20 1 monia was sent to the asylum three or anceot by gone Says, which will JPisgah church is growin and consnraption are My nocneip regularly. It will give If yon have trouble in getting minutes. was doctor comacurea Dy among thm. Why not take four months ago, but never showed come in gooa time as ;ne band of me, out compieceiy id of your cold you may know you strength, esh and Cbauiberlaib's Cough Remedy and misfortune and bad health- - has any improvement and seeing-tha- t When you have rheumatism in j that you arenot treating it propj vitality. rnre our cola while vou can: end was near, the authorities weighed heavily upon Mr. Tohn- - yur foot or instep apply Chamber- fhe erly. There,is no reason why a For sale by Chas, C. Davis. la,ns I'5niment and you wilget e 8rea get JSCOTTS ot that institution notified' his son? who has hardly been able to, qn cold shoukThang on for weeks and the Standard and always leave MCr,w for three u'?r.r quartet relfef. -- It cost-- but a rvit's heat. tfamijyf who requested that he-b,uur itwillnotif you take Chamber Mrs. J. S. Cox. Jolfet, 111. the, Why Suffer? For sale t years, For sale ms last days. :3- -' ,,bv Chie.X laiu's Cough Jlemedy. Mc AND $1'.t9 AT AIL "BRIM MSTS. sent home to spend nauiV- - . FOR FLETCHER'S -- ; AU, DRUGGISTS "-' . . f 't. I Jf-, "! - MW. ,fcW Xm w.. w. T " C 1. V. ..'. ISaTJ ..f"l The finest Blue Serge Suits in The W. J. Sparks Co. have placed town are ready for you to try bu an order for a qrusber for grinding-ston'' '" 'at dish's. T7fCalmp' N0.79" wheh7Ci7 for fertilizing purposes and wanttoCommunl oato wttta. SIGNAL See that new white buckskin, t4 'the plant will be installed at oned f - At Mt. Vernon, is a splendid location tor a harness and saddle maker. kai-j- Aj Bet in I the e j v-o- teyre4 Wear are the hosiery p, p, hii-:.ie-- " l J or I? t s it itasy The ressed ailing uc-fiy- e. PQilljIIIP well-dress- ed s PER two-scen- e -- EVERYTHING NEW FOR SPRING WEAR besWtt tnenew SWANN HATS. Time Good Clothes think SIGN OF THE FISH 1 G the-mon,e- .- -- " -- -- -- -- -- oaaaaaaa.aaacceaaaooaewoooB.tf 00. COME TO LIVINGSTON'S mt Ma-lissi- s BIG STORE We that await -- .9 We We than -- H lbs. Grarulated $100 Pure 50 $5.25 sub-cribe- d' First Patent -- 8ic $500 a 1 a " &' We want every man, woman and child to visit our 4 Ii BIG themselves STORE for LIVINGSTON, KENTUCKY i.. - i 0aa-90- a. e iZ.lT :::::::::i:ti.i...i;.l..i,,,,,,,,,i,,'' .. IZZ A. H. HAMLIN le .09 PNEUMONIA l itj-el- f some-attendanc- Scott's pulsion I - -- -- DR. KING'S New Discovery e " -- .T" s I JC- -- V. !' I Ch.ldren Cry . " . t 1 . a W mi- . I,. mmmmWmmmmmWammtmammamammmmmmmammmmmm- "T . -. . -- & aM W. 7" ,, 11. w -r M . ", S. t B CAiBTO'WtlA . l ! T . , '.-jaaijaiatti- -- ..tt."W' - .- - x . . " J .. . v r . &t mm. - - r r -- - w--9- r - 3f- - T 'wrT u; ,c vJS " "ssfc? Ty3y COVE prdvfenient I r73Sj?-i-w'-jy- L .- -- 2gmgugBKifi ..- -;;ml-fcaaiM- 'w' miimiSKCsiiisii J . lm. i type, licid enough in Arc " Why Women, nmcj uykiNot jgMMj ;.ii- - ti;i , n ii;nn3irr mnnv itiau five nrovc that the normal en .. mu r - ..... inj ....I-- - -- - - nersnn "looks Dale ... ,H j the j. A decrease in number cl rea a oou "- due vear Gt lor an artf&hied rririvem'prit jiinrta Urfifin uuuiuc.eu spread over ten farms or 16 j acres all educational lines: p . n : u .........-.- .. Many re-i man-ha- s am ng the sick. Pal Moore, ot ' each upon which Js printed advet-- J forms have been attempted, some v.u Hon ., IA . 1 uisvflle, was m this uciniiy last tising . matler djrectioDS aud labes of which are t incoriiplg6 and M vv unc oucuuciu la wuimui- ;- in noes, uui X l :C" m.. -: k ntcN .Qf,, wm fact, is anaemic, the biooa wuguagcj u tiutrrs c.re to ue inauguraiea. lae disordered Falmoth, Neal Parelt who ha and dialects. Enough lumber is. logical dnty of a ,.ycerio extract of golden seal and , n- - n v. - erce louna years ui;u thct the Kentucky Kdu F ;-with blaclc cherryDarK, wouia neip I ten working there has returned "' ryl used iu makiue the cases in which cational Association is to be the 1 W m Wp in Nature's own I Br A WW PE pty liver ills fcoViX sttlch, correct cornUScles. andThis medicine ha nome. John Riddle, of .. . Jessamine tbe mediciues are shipped to build organized leader . in promoting hlnnd J Discovery. ' called Dr. Pierce's Golden Medicalnourished and By sssimt-eigbt roouJ bouse on eacb of these reforms, and in projecting blood county, has returned home after tirS the food eaten the system is ' rich red color. Nervousness is only ner-e-the cry visuing his uncle. Eld J. W. Kiddle. these ten fairmseverv three months. such new ones as the State may takes on a are and The Kind You Ilave Alwayj Bought, and which has heen v Henrv Xredway has his new The bottles used by this firm every need. Whether you live in the cf the starved nerves for food," looseswhen the fes, those irritable feefed on rich red bloo' .o n in uso for over SO years, has home the signature of residence about completed. Mrs. year, wiiich are filled by machinery Blue Grass, Purchase, Pennyrile the morning. ling, slec; iW;l ct r itit end is refreshed in --j0 and has heen made under his per-nervous disease, which was caused by T , ,i- u- was i tac!-l htir'h aFcvero vnitcs Mb. Jas. D. Lively, of Wash- - John Shepherd and little daughters at the rate of 2.000 per hour, if or Mountain District, you are r....l V.cr." supervision since its infancy. ton Golden and Lola, are visiting Mr. placed end to end would reach equally interested, with all Aiiowno one to deceive you in this. advised to try Dr. flaxes -- Tiv'cia-s such !Tave t.is nr. I wa3 J"; ." l.iscovory. and derived much benefit from same. My All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-gooand Mrs. R.B. Shepherd. Geo. across the United States seven teacheis, in the educational weal are hut dta rtmV. had leomo to chronic that nothing lo. it Experiments that trifle Avith and endanger the health or s Tranent cure. Kit Dr.i Pierc.-'-.:;,.medicineltdhas done much for me and Bryant has moved to D. B. Eane-ford'- s times or almost encircle the globe. of our State, and it is the patriotic H,.:oo L Mat. nx.TRnnntr tonic, and j :.. Infants and CJiildrcn Experience against Experiment. Dr.Plerca-- medicines tfore their place. duty of every such person to lend J. DjUvnur. Esq. diseases -. iu . loi.K that there 13 no chance to be curea. Misses Edith and Maude Adams The Kentucky Educational As- his hand to the work of the Aspay for wrapping and mailing only; Dr. Pierce's Medical Adviser, 31 stumps, ta were tbe guests of Misses Mattie. sociation will hold its next annual sociation, and, it in the bounds Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Parc-gori- e, Fanuie and Virgie Riddle Wednes- meeting at Louisville ou Juue 25, ot possibility to attend. The next Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It day. Mrs. James Bullock and 26 and 27. The program is an session of the Association will be contains neithei Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic m daughter, Helen, and son, Jake, important, oae, the .subjects for held at Louisville on June substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms 7 spent 'Thursday with Mrs. Edgar discussion are timely and im- and it will no doubt be the largest and allays Feverishncss. It cures Diarrhoea and "Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation Livesay. Sherman Owens, who portant. The social features of and most inthusiastic session .ever and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the is attending school at Mt. Vernon, the meeting will prove very enjoy- held in the State. Stomach and Dowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. is a home institution, Our loans are made rijjhtlhere at This bank is with his grandmother, Mrs. able. Its just like a big inlotraal The Children's Panaeea The Mother's Friend. The Louisville meeting of the to our good farmers and business men. It is a home institution Ollie J. Bryant, this week. Edd reunion. Many teachers do not Kentucky ihome home people. We will pay you good interest on your idle Educational Association Owens has moved to Mrs. Moliie realize the value of an extensive will ENUiNE Make u deposit and then pay your bills with your personal ALWAYS mark a new epoch in the iiifunda. Williams' farm, near Orlando. acquaintance among tbe teachers history of education in this -- chek. convenient and shiVj. Call and we gladly ex- It is verv State. Bears the Signature Mrs. Elizabeth Shepherd is with of the State If you are at all am-- b Never before has there been so p'ainine many a Ivjihtages of a eheckinjj account, l'ou will always (u( ivj .1 iiswi,t which cum t b.j disp ited. Tlu endorsed check, which tious, the money and' time you raauy her son, R. B. Shepherd. Mr. speakers of National fame (Ml .vl I ue returaaJ to you is incon: istible proof of the payment of ihn bill and Mrs. John Tread way spent spend in extending your acquaint- on y the program. It will be a great 111 this bank to your credit If you c Tnr money is s tfe deposited Saturday night and Sunday "with ance in the profession is an ex- meeting or eGucators and will be it in your pojkut or leave it at honu it may be lost or stolen Mrs. Tred way's parents, Mr. and cellent' investment and this meet- a great meeting oi educators and Mil Come in anl lei us talk these matters over with you. of the ing a great opportunity. Mrs. George Taylor, will be of untold value to the -- Prayer meeting BANK Buckee section. cause of education in Kentucky. GLORIOUS NEWS (INCOKPOKATKD.) ' at this place Wednesday night and Evey city and countj superintensinging Saturday uight. John comes from Dr. J. T. Curtiss, dent and every teacher should In Use For Over MT. VERNON, KENTUCKY Years THE CENTAUR COMPANY. 7T MURRAY STREET. NEW YORK CITY. Shepherd has gone back to brake Dwight. Kan. He writes: "I not attend this meeting. only have cured bad cases of eczema :Ui..Ji3?UUi! ing after spending a few days with in my patients with Electric Bitters his brother, R. B. Shepherd at thi but also cured myself by them of John W. Sickelsmith, Greensplace. the same disease. I feel sure they boro, Pa., has three children, and Mrs. Jasper Owens i visiting will benefit any case of eczema" like most children they Ireequently This shows what thousands have take cold. "We have tried homefolks in ,the Hiatt vicinity. several proved, that Electric Bitters is a kiuds of cough medicine," he The water mill of J. W. Riddle, MMfaLJ W 'ffflRy-gR. ? Sv vs3f3HBci nest effective blood purifier. Its says, 'but have uever found any which makes meal second to none, in excellent remedy lor eczema, yet, that did them as much good DD. iVx. VERNON is now in operatiou. Not with tetter, salt rheum, ulcers, boils nd ss Chamberlain's Cough Remedy" standing the cold weather the running sores. It estimates liver, For sale by Chas. C. Davis.- PRACTICAL "Bible reading" at this place con kidneys aud. bowels, exDers poisons digestion, builds up the UNDERTAKERS tinues, also preaching the second helps The program of the Kentucky Satisstrength. Pries: 50 cents. Suuday in each month bv Eld. J faction guararteeJ by Educational Association has been FUNERAL DIRECTORS, 5 by practical educators Mrs. Cartel Childress, arranged W. Riddle. :zS and Chas. C. Divis. EMBALM KRS 55 with a view to furnish the greatest of Laurel rounty, is visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. Marion possible amouut of profitable disMt. Vernon, Ky, rs KINGS MOUNTAINS. cussion of vital points in the eduTreadway. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Livesay visited Mr. and Mrs. J. cational world, and ample time ' Bryant -Being an old correspondent I has been allowed for such disBoreing Sunday. Jonah -The meeting will be IE: and Grover Sowder were, in this would like to add a few lines to cussions. Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of 3 beloved Signal trom held iu Louisville ou June 25.-2-7 vicinity Sunday. Misses.Docie and the much work for the company. 5 We are and everv teacher should attend. and simple parts jfir I yp Nora Shepherd were the guests 01 this neck of the wood-?- . Hearse sent to all points 22 Er Orders by wire promptly tilled. Misses Mattie, Fannie, and Virgie always anxious" fo the Signal Allows five shots in lightning succession or deliberately Miss Htlen ind would enjoy reading letters Sunday. Riddle as desired. Three to get the cripples. W. Manager Hackney was the guest of Mist from every part of the county. Minimum recoil. Not a single ounce of muzzle energy lost. j5 Office Mt. Vernon M.mumental Building PHONE 112 S There is its of sickness in this Mattie Owens Sunday. Mr. and Part of the recoil, ordinarily absorbed by shooter's shoulder Mrs. Emery Egan, of Orlando, locality principally lagrippe and is utilized to operate the mechanism. miiiiiiuiiiiiiiiuiuiiiiiiiuiuiiiiiuiiiaiiiiiiiumiumimuiK The school at this were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. pneumonia. Mt Vern on, 1 Handles heaviest ammunition easily and accurately. Boreing Sunday. Ramey Shep place is progressing nicely with office in the late residence Solid Breech, Hammerless, Safe ! herd, of near Mt. Vernon, was good attendance. Miss Fannie Home andformerly occupied on Old Dr. Myers perfect shotting combination. with homefolks Sunday. W. H Hatfield, the well known teacher MainSt.,3;Mt. VernoD. Send for Descriptive Folder Proctor visited bis brother, Rolj who has taught in your county REMINGTON METALLIC CARTRIDGE CO. Proctor, of near Pine" Hill, who is also, left a few days ago for 299 Broadway. New York City C. C. Washiugton where she will be very sick. "Jur-y- w ta "f ATTORNEY-AT-LAl m, married and will make that place What makes you nervous? It is the wenkner of your Interesting Facts Regarding her future home. MT. VERNON. KY. I womanly constitution, which cannot stend t . strain of the Laboratory Of Thij ChamProf. Albert Long was called to hard work you do. As a res-ulI0FFICE. - On 2nd. floor o y..i brc--J: ujwn, and ruin Eubanks on account of the death The Bank of Mt. Vernon, on Church berlain Medicine Co., your entire nervous system. Don't l.jep iMj up! Take Des Moines, Iowa. of bis brother, who was a victim.of street. Special attention given Cardui, the woman's tonic. Crdui is made from purely the" to collections. Mr. Cowell, A person purchasing a bottle of pneumonia. vegetable ingredients. It nets gently on the womanly organs, Phone No. 80. Our line of Couch Casket. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has father of Dr. Cowell, of Wanes and hcl. 3 them t: do (!..' propc;; vork. tt relieves pain no conception of the magnitude oi buig and a highly honored citizen .1 is unexcelled by going to the and restores hc. ":, in a XC-MeCLARY Hand-mad- e (Joiiinsiiirnishecl $i the laboratory where this medicine diedaturday and was burried by source cf the trouble and building up the bodily strength. is manufactured. The machinery the masons of which prder he Hearse sent .to all parts oi 1 and apparatus used in its, prepara- was a mpmber. Dr. Laswelland UNDERTAKER" and EMBALMEP the County tion was designed especially for the wife visited Mr. and Mrs. E. G, purpose and cost :everal thousand Gilliland, Sunday. RobertT the All orders by Wire Promptly Filled dollars, Europe, South 'America little son of Mr. and Mrs. John and the United States supply the McKee. is very sick at this writing. Mrs. Grace Fortner, of Man, W. Va., took Cardui. Mrs. Effie Ballard and little son, .various ingredients of this remedy This is what she says about it: "I was so weak and MT. VERN'OX, KY Phone 94 S and ouly the highest obtainable Rosco, are spending a fw weeks neryous, I could not b:ar to have anyone near me. I had Mr. I $& used. No pains or ex with her brother, Dr. Laswell quality is fainting spells, and I lost flesh every day. The first dose Jr pense has been spared in making R. Flovd. who has cancer of the of Cardui helped me. Now, I am entirely cured of the eye, is very sick. Master Orville as nearly periect as possible. it fainting spells, and I cannot say enough for Cardui, for I Preston, the eight year old son of A force of helpers representing know it saved my life." It is the best tonic for women. Do you suffer from any of the pains peculiar to women? homes enough to populate an aver- Dr. and Mrs. W. D. Laswel.', Take Cardui. It will help you. Ask yGur druggist celebrated his eighth birthday age Iowa town are regularly He was Write to: Ladles' Advisory Dcpt. Chattanooga Medidne Co.. Chattanooga, Teaa., at the plant of the Chamber- Thursday Feb. '29th. bcofc'Honie Treataiaittor Women,' seat tree. J 50 Burns white, clear and for Special Instructions, and lain Medicine Company at Des very much surprised when a steady to the last drop. For tiio sake of everyone in the Moines, Iowa. Their printing de- number of his schoolmates, also iamily. Insist on having partment, which is usually ojjer-- 1 his teacher. Miss Lydia McKee, arSolite Lamp Oil bringokid in calculating the expense rived, at about 6:30 DENTIST Smokeless Sootless Odorless Costs no more than inof a bLsiness of this kind, ranks as ing many valuable .presents, . a MT. VERNON, KY. kinds. ferior Saves eyes; saves money. Your dealer has It In barrels direct trom ou: 7drn one o' he best in the State, and is very pleasant evening was spent Office at residence on Main Si CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO., LOOiSVilLE, KY,Oh. jj thoroughly equipped with au'omatic there being 35 present. The Crown and Bridge "Work H o Hennery at Warren, Fa. Auto Motor Oaso'Ine, Work guaranteed. Specialty. iresieh and folders of the latest im- - crowd was treated on apples when deat 9 o'clock they took their parture. Much success to the Signal and its many readers is the pc&yc$&L' YOU NEVER REGRET THE COST OF AN wish of a reader. WW113C VJ c .u..Cy 11 ..t.n teM oucpucxu 1 1 IU J3 E. print pan r is used Ttiere is need just at th's time 1 Children Cry for Fletcher's rtj iiYcuij-ciguiuiucic- ui L- .j s r-o- -t- -- "- -t d" X'o$o i.-- s hat is CASTOR1A I: iHHmnii A Home mmmmnfflttis 25-2- Institution CASTORIA 1 tr-r- sfyM&. CpKET H THE i! liii-.uimiiii- OF MT. VEFIKOS, The KM You Have Always Bought 30 p UTOLOADING SHOTGUN I a H SCCUCH CoffinsandRobes. MET U CCASKETS -- T. FRANCIS, 1 Dentist GEORGE OWENS, jf JemltorlMC ARMS-UNIO- N Williams, Are You Nervous? ,, mm UHDETAKES twpfe W. A, r.:-::r- .:r, TAK COX, Itill iX-Vxif e onian'sTonic FfijdL-Klu3- jvl Stanford, Ky em-ploy- - -- 5BB je R. W. DYCHt k -- tank-wair- on 1 ?0Z$PU$3? DcCpt" Iligli-Grad- 1, "Xo-Cer- b" ChaSr C. Davis :pUOt5JCpqf; J&33C$ There are lots oi Drug . ARTICLE IF IT PROVES SATISFACTORY A ANNA'S is without doubt the most efficient house paint on the market, and is cheapest in the end, in that PAINT. ' FOB SAL BY " . GiRiE EN SEAL ItEPELSATTACK OF DEATH "Five years ago two doctors told ine I had only two years to live ' This startling statement was made by stillman Green, MalachiteCoJ. would- - die with consumption. It was up to me then to try the best lung medicine and I began tcuse Dr. King's New Discovery. It was" well I did, for Mount Vernon today I am. working and believe I owe my life to this great throat and lung cure that has cheated the grave of another victim." Its folly to suffet with coughs, colds of or other throat troubles .now. M (BALER n Marbles and Take the cure that's safest. Price Triar bottle Granite Monuments of ail 50 cents and $Kdo Chas. C. Davis'. free at furnished "They told me I -- .it will go further and wear longer than other paints. Only the best materials are used, with WHITE LEAD AS THE ;'. PREDOMINANT EJGMENT, tempered with 'just enough zinc to prevent chalking quickly, as wH&r& lead alone is used. arm fact urer x du " rfrf kinds. -- Estimates . on.applicatibn. ;r -- '..-- - Stores in this land of ours that sell Drugs, but the Drug Store for the people is the ojtie that gives the purest drugs obtainable. Try us and let us prove ourselves the one, Yours, n$Drrei as C- Davs, Druggist - v.. ff 4" v. 1 -- MHaaMMAflaaHaH-aM - -- ;,a E$;0 WENSP iojgky 7 .Phpse ISfo. S9 ? -rr Mi:. YTKiYON, &SKr&-r-ryiXrr1&r4& K Y. H I I a m 'M.l f. X .r-- T ?i ' 'Vl SWTWfrWlT1WJ,TWTAJa.Ti &rrjXrr&rYF&-2rrtZ- it m I fT i Ti FT II .T; .3g& " - ; ?- - J