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Mount Vernon signal: May 3, 1912 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1912 mou1912050301_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: May 3, 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. Published Every Friday VOLUME XXV. is improving slowly. Born to the wife of 0. A. Mullins, April 27th, a girl. Mother aud babe On account of the wet weather farmers are badly behind with both doing weJl Master Earl their work, ver Utile corn bas Rice who is attending school at yet. Madison Williamsburg was with home-folk- s been planted Sunday. Mr. and Mrs Mink Jr. has moved his family to Ford Hollow at the foot of the Fred Neighbors has returned Clondyke mountains. W. A. B. from Louisville after a visit to Davis our instructor of years ago relatives at that place. C. O. was in this part looking as well Howell was iu Brodhead Sunday as he did 2o years ago. He is with homefolks. Miss Ella Mae has returned from one of Rockcastles best teachers. Blanford Louisville after a pleasant visit George Murphy was in Mt. with relatives. C. H. Rice is Vernon Monday. riwp frftY"OTMrcr t jtn -- In u.......s W. M. hicks, tne canamaie ior !""& Mainhm .. a where me his street new house on matrimony, has purchased a other one was burned. Mrs G. type writer and any girl or old maid that wishes to correspond D. Cook has returned from Mt. with him will receive type veraoii wnerebue uus reeii wiui written answers- - Mart believes ner niother, Mrs. Gerome Lair with the use of the type writer who has been very feeble for he will have better success in some time. Miss Alice Niceley Ins matrimonial campaign as he who has been in Tecuroseh Mich, e time was here between was not an expert in penmauship. for Mr. and Mrs. James Painter, trains Friday enroute to her of Lebanon Jet., were here Tues- - home in Mt. Vernon. Judge clay visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. E .Denton, of Winchester, Ky , was Rice. Mr. Painter was once here Saturday. Robert SbJplet (cor) or ink slinger from Brod- - ,of Line Creek, has purchased the head to tie Signal. R. A. butcher shop of Thos. Eliott and Sparks, of the firm of Sparks and has moved his family here. Co.. was here Monday loading a' John Prewit, of Hazel Patch was steam shovel and other ma- - "ere Tuesday, Mrs. J. H. Browning has rechinery to be used on the con-- ' tract that they have with the L. turned from a visit with rela-Covington. The Town N. R. R. Co. Mahlen Board Inspected the Calaboose mers is able to be at his post at the round house after a Wednesday and condemned it and o months struggle with small pox. will build a nawonein the future. Mrs.E. Gei2el, of Crab Orchard . "We think we need and should has been visiting her parents5 have one here then we could Mr. and Mrs W. R Dickerson, ' keep the law breakers over night at this place she left Tuesday ' and give them exercise during the day by working them on the to visit relatives at Paris, Ky. street. This would stop taking L.S.Gardner, moved barber shop the offenders to Mt Vernon and into the Masonic building. There was preaching here Sat- - the town would profit thereby, We have not beard much said urday and Sunday at the Baptist church conducted by the Rev. . concerning the uew rail road of Duke, of Mt Vernon. C. J. late but we are still in hopes p;0 nnri nartv of fishers frcm that it will be built with a rail the blue grass section of the road being built to Livingston and a large plant to be erected SlilUC iciiuuuuaj ,; nr t.Vi ft rvrr. at Pine Hill Rockcastle would Mr. and Mrs George Martin be the center of attraction. Able his completing have returned from a two weeks Pennington dwelling has added a concrete visit to friends and relatives at Uncle George Pope walk. Mr, and Mrs. S. E. Carter Rowland - fertnM MT. VERNON, Established 1887 3. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 1911 NUMBER 31 LIVINGSTON. -- Ufa $1,100.00 Attraction for Brodhead Fair A. M. the April 24th. 1912." Hiatt. Secretary Eocastle County Fail' A ssociation5 Brodhead, Ky. i -- My dear sir : I am glad to knovr that our contract has proven satisfactory, and take pleasure in notifying you that, Mr. 0. N. Lockwood, Aviator, driving the Dixie Flyer;" a Prowse will be with you August 14, 15 an.1 10, 1912, giving two exhibitions daily at your fair, and under your supervision. The flights to take place in the afternoon of each day, at such hours as you may suggest. .Each flight will consist of the usual evolutions of a heavier-than-ai- r flying machine, lie will be in the air several minutes each flight. Ck Bi-plane, COL. WOODSON MAY. , nin A WORD TO YOUNG MEN We Sell Same Values For Less Money You away from your fair, my representative will be present aud see that Col. Ma v has made a- faithful. Colonel, one of his offici U acts, everything will be as represented. and efficient official of his party after he became Governor, was and so acceptable has his work to appoint him on his personal been that "there is almost a staff. Ti listing I may have the pleasure of meeting you in persou. We have been personally acunanimous call for him to conSum-'tiveaquainted with the Colonel for and wishing you and your associates, who have made it possible for tinue the task so well begun. By his untiring work and several jears and find him to your people to see " the latest invention of man " in the air, a merited hearty cooperation of .his party, be a Kentucky gentleman of the success the District is in better fighting old school and a simon pure I be to remain. Democrat. And he having been trim than ever known to be as Very truly yours, shown bv recent elections, and born and raised in the Eighth this fall will go into- - the presi- - District and the Blue Grass dential fight, with the determi- part thereof, and since spending L. V. Prowse. l enemy the a number of the best years of nation to give the hardest battle ever fought on his life in the Mountain portion, Kentucky soil And while we he is conversant with the politics are a new star in the constellation of the State generally, and has Susie Mullins is were about seventy in attendance IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF of the eleventh, we are here with made and will make an ideal ins.Mrs. Committeeman THE UNITED STATES, beautifying her property by from Mt. Vernon. We wish to our fighting clothes on to meet it- n cnnl, of nn.int. Mrs. thank the Mt. Vernon people for For the Eastern Disttict of the common enemv, aud, in the T . Anderson and children are j the excellent number that is al Kentucky. E. visiting relatives at Norton Va. ways ready to attend every spec ") In the matter and children left today ,to.r visit week. It is feared he s Martin will move iaLoccasion .in our littUvcity, U a bankrupt." - of relatives at Boston,. Misspiep typhoid lever. A. J. Sams, of b3ck to her home place and Harry Short memorial services were J. H. Dicker? on. ) Pennington has returned to Gauley" was here Vednesday Gehring will move in to the held attheChristirn church, Sun Stanford. Ky. at M t. Vernon after t, few route to Mt. Vernon. Mrs. house vacated by Mrs. Martin. day evening, after regular serApril, 26 1912. days visit with home folks. W. Maiy Payne, of Altamont, is visvices, by the pastor in memory of A meeting of the creditors of the it. Ponder is on the sick list this iting her sister, Mrs. Susie Mull- those who lost their lives by the above named, who has been adBllOUHEAD. sinking of the Titanic. A num- judged Bankrupt, will be held at thirteen-months-olchild ber of young ladies read appropri- the office of the Referee, Stanford, The The concrete Ky., on the 6th. day of May 1912 of Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Jacobs died ate selections. at 9 o'clock a. m. to elect a Trustee of pneumonia last Thursday and walks are being put down, and in for the estate of said Bankrupt, was buried In the Christian a few days-- Brodhead will have and for the transaction of other the walks all over the principal business as may come before the Church Cemetery, Friday. 57 of George Yadon was in Livingston part of town. Judge A. J. Hag- meeting. Comply with Sec. proof the Bankrupt act concerning Eriday between trains- .- Mr. W. gard has the honor of being th of claims, otherwise your claim H. Prdfitt died at his home uear first to comply with theordinance. can not be allowed. J. N. Saunders here Friday of pneumonia. Referee in Bankruptcy. Frank Brooks was in town Satur ESCAPES AN AWFUL FATE. day and Sunday from Harlan. Is there auything in all this A thousand tongues "could not Miss Myrtle Murry, of Crab Orworld that is of more importance express the gratitude of Mrs. J. E. chard was with relatives here last "Cox of" Joliet, 111 , for her wonder- to you thon good digestion? Food week. Job Riddle was in town ful deliverance from an awful must be eaten to sustain life ard . Friday and Saturday, the guest fait. "Typhoid pueumonia had must be digested and converted When the digestio'i left me with a dreadful cough, she into blood. cf the family of J. M. Owens. fails the whole body suffers. Miss Mattie Adams was in Mt. writes. "Sometimes I had such Chamberlain's Tablets are a rationawful coughing spells I thought I Vernon between trains Friday.--- r would die. I could get no help al and reliable cure for indigestion Miss Clarice Houk, of Maretburg, from doctor's treatment or other j They increase the flow of bile. was the guest of Mattie Adams medicines till I used Dr. King's purifv the blood, strengthen the last week. Mrs. Linda Benton New Discovery. But I owe my stomach, and tone np the whole a natural and son, John, formerly of this life to this wonderful remedy ior I digestive apparatus toFor bale by " Quick and healthy action. at all uow place, but now of Millersbnrg, scarcely cough safe, its the most reliable of Chas. C. Davis. were in town for a few days this and throat and lung medicines. all Tolm Pike, 'of Lebanon Every botile guaranteed. week. 50c and FOR FLETCHER'S Junction, was with home folks this 1.00. Trial bottle free at Chas. week. J. IS!. Marlowwas up from C. Davis'. Rowland, Sunday. A series of meetings will begin at the Christian Church, Tuesday, May 21st, conducted by Rev. Combs, of Morehead, and assisted by the pastor, W. F. Rogers, of Louis I vjlleDave and Walter Roberts, IN of May wood, were in town Satur day and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Julian Bordes, of the Copper- Creek section were with Mr. and clothes-wear- er to develop , Mrs. W. J. Owens, Sunday. Jones' any other class of are doing more Fish, Jr., of near Mt. Vernon was to feel young; of style; men, whatever their age in town Friday and Saturday. Shoes are showing them Mrs. D. Homes, of iiear Stanford, and young fellows who -was the guest of Mrs. - W. Tate, -see by our illustration we have clothes for young look young to the first of the week. Miss ElizaOxfords beth Gentry, of Mt. Vernon, was spring you will find we have the right men; when you visiting in town last week. E. S. clothes, and they are right in more ways than the for you things Albright, the Signal man, was in -town Monday and Tuesday, lookwill be correctly fitted, you will get good generous Ladies' Oxfords to they look We ing after fire insurance, Shirley l be value that is a continuous benefit to you. valnes for the money you spend, and it 50 Misses' Oxfords Tale, of Mt. Vernon, was in town dn account ot the. sell for a small profit. Hundreds have been driven to us for their clothes we Sunday and Monday. J. M. Sul Remember ". high prices charged by other .stores. f" Old-Tim- e lot of Ladies' Fine Shoes cost. livan, of Williamsburg, was with & at 1 The above is a good likeness mean time we heartily jndorse of Col. Woodson May, of Somer- - Col. May for Committeeman, and set, Democratic State Central will gladly give him anyassist- Committeeman from the Eleventh ance we can. ) Gov. McCreary recognizing the Congressional District, and an faithfulness and ability of the aspirant to succeed himself. In case of business engagement or other reasons keeping me . J n"ft -- is-taki- ng. Mrs-Mag- gie en-scho- ol d Hats Shirts Ties Collars Belts Children Dry Hosiery Shoes how BARGAINS SHOES - than most want BUY FROM US, Men's $4.50 You start out this T- in You way " " " 3.50 " 4.00 3.50 " - Guarantee Satisfaction HIGH-CLAS- S A - - $3.25 2.75 3.25 - 2.75 $1.50 2.25 1.25 to J. at ! SUTTON & MCBEE MEN'S AND BOY'S FURNlSHUNLrS 11 x i our merchants Tuesday. The commencement exercises last Thursday and Friday evenings were well attended and highly ap- lTrMn.ted. From the way the pupils acquit themselves it plainly showed the splendid training they had received from, Prof. Likins r .teachers There and the-othe- Call and see our line. Our shoes are good and our PRICES, RIGHT i m NOE &. DAVIS -- t rtt 3' - , 4r "A jfcf v -- . -- asBLVfc.-. 'ms, " is ... iiiiii i 'mti'm rn ih Win nh 3CijJ5c2SiA'--- V ...r .. - . - . ... i A GOOD ROADS G ATHKftlNG. Paducah is arranging for a good roads day celebration to be held Friday, May 3, 1912 on Tuesday, May 14 and will set a barb icue dinner and invite al' Published every Friday by Western Kentucky "to join in the EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT, festivities as well as in the more solid exercises of the occasion. Arrangements have been made $I.OO for a lecture and roadbuilding dem OBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR onstration by D. Ward K ng, the ' Advertising rates made known, on inventor of the non patentr King so drag wh'ch has accompli, h application many wonders in roadmamug in different parts of the . oui t v. Besides stimulating the good roads MEMBER OF movement generally in Western r- KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION Kentucky it is planned to make the gathering a starting point for the renewal of operations on the Jefferson Davis highway. Western Kentucky is coming to the front handsomely for good roads. In nearly every county in that section of the State highway MONEY FOR GOOD ROADS. improvement is a live issue and Less government money for the people, in increasing numbers MAN battleships and useless political are demanding better thoroughfares nqvy yards, and more for improve- In most of the couuties there is plenty of first class ment of the public roads! Every day the wisdom of this material, and the cost of conmore struction is smaller than is the proposal is appealing It strongly to the national law- - case where such material is lack lor !UdUC ing and must be transported llliUlClS. Ill iaiL II IS UC1I1 long distances. to appeal more strongly to them New York Times: It is in the The Jefferson Davis highway by the agitation of the subject by I attempt to snatch delegates from the farmers in all parts of the project is one of the most ambitious Tor Infants and Children. all this writing and confusion that couutiv. It is only a question of plans that have been evolved in The Kind You Have Always Bought Theodore Roosevelt has personally short time until agitation of the Kentucky for a throughfare of assailed the Ffesident, and through subject will find expression in more than'local importance. The Sears the him has insulted the American preliminary surveys have been" Signature of legislation. people. The champions of road im- made and all the counties inter provements do not want, and do ested have shown a commendable not demand that any pew expense disposition 10 aid in the enterbe saddled on the. government prise. It has been largely respon treasury. Their program is the sible for the general awakening ' ' "1 essen;e of simplicity and reason- on the subject of good coads in ableness, lor all they ask is that the "Pennyrile" region and in the government use money which Jackson's Purchase. The Paducah c7cly,979lBNFViK2SSBEMPw is being wasted to give the nation convention should give it such an . o p !&y rjH impetus as to leave no doubt of better highways. it? splendid When you feel Ijxzr, materialization. The federal government of this Stretchy. Ztzlt Sick. One to $ Blue an! Out of Sorts, country has never taken much in- Courier Journal O EB 1 I g;,.'a'' look to the Liver; it is I i ES H T11 Er terest in road building, and in HELPS A JUDGE IN BAD Fix;h Torpid. K Save J-a sfs. IHk HBft ..I 111 this respect is behind all foreign Justice Eli Cherry, of Gillis yourself a note nations, everyone of which has Mills Tenn., was plainly "MiBlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlM H $Give$1,000, due in worried ' B roads which put us to shame. A bad sore on his leg had ba ffled la the Remedy You Xecd. four years. Plan to Wagon roads, like waterways and several doctors and long resisted 1 B "T .. T.- . nn t n.T rmv t .?. . Ah 4a ha. juticuiubitij; luaiu 1U1 S3 pay it off in monthly railways are the commercial all remedies 11 "I thought it was iHBI 9 'jj a torpid liver. U'he first dose si ' a cancer," he wrote. "At last I installments of $2(3. brmss improvement, a row days arteries of a nation. They must I use puts t!io liver in fine vigorm ous conilltroa- - IZerbinc also ex- Deposit your payments 1 be in good condition if the com- used Bucklen's Arnica Slve, and was completely cured." ia tends Its rcstorat.vc influence Cures in tins bank, on savtjjj to tlie stomach tnd bowels. mercial health of the country is burns, boils, It ulcers, cuts, bruises helps digestion and food asslmi-"- ( --ings account. to be good. Improved loads, as and piles. 25 cents at Chas. C. lalibn. pur$fic3- the .bowcjs'and - brinps bach the habit cf regu-compared to unimproved roads, Davis'. & The deposits you lar daily bevel movements. V make and the interJessen the distance from Farm to f,J bowels arc active, bilious Im- - fc TAFT AND ROOSEVELT. longer obstruct t purities no railway station more than one half. est they earn will give result J functional processes, theenergy, ig Land ten miles from a shipping renowea you a nucleus of a g ;jj oi wnicn is Richmoud Virginia: Admitting mental activity and cheerful es station on bad roads, will rent larger fortune; your spirits. Roosevelt's power of brutal appeal will and sell for an almost double next thousand Price 50c per Bottle. we shall await with confidence 53 amount if the roads aie made come more quickly and JamesF.Ballsrd.Prop. St.Lculs.Mc. X the verdict of the great American good in every way. more easily. Use Stephens Eye Salve for Li jury concerning two public men Sore Eyes. It Cures. . Tne Good Roads idea is graduSave 1.000 at SoLoAMoRcconncNoco&v ally becoming of greater political who, did they attempt privately Beirin to do significance, and therein lies the what they do politically, would NOW. it be ostracised on the streets of hope of the friends of the moveany community. ment, because whatever action is TJie People's Bank CONN BROWN A. B.FURNISH Pleasure of Mobile Register: The President Dont Deny Yourself is taken must have its source in JIT. VERNON'. KY. lowers the office when he goes Congress. Goob Piano Music in Horne scrambling for his retention of it. U. G. BAKER. President. 1 WITHERS Some things are not worth having The piano is the greatest of all pleasure instruments for the home (We do a arenoral kea and-far-Estate J.P.E. DRCMMOND, Viee.-ii)bu3in3S3; handle town F.L.THOMPSONJr., Cashier. Life, for example, where honor is and it is no longer necessary to be an accomplished musician in order prop erty, do abstracting and to play it. O. E. Mullins was in Livingstou lost, or office pass on titles. CLAUDE C. COX.Ass't. Cash. that must be obtained Human Ingenuity has made it possible for anyone to play a piano If vou want to sell list your pron- with the Merchants the first of by a sacrifice of self respect. by means of perforated music rolls thus eliminating years of tedious ll with us; if you want to buy we the week. Mrs. George Parks and can save you money. New York Post: Fancy giving practice--an- d placing the responsibility of correct playing on the piano little daughter, Flossie, of Living- the Democrats such a campaign rather than on the pianist. ston, visited her daughter, Mrs. document as would be the speech Ben Mullins, from Saturday until ot a Republican President deMonday. -- Mrs. Clarence Durham nouncing the Republican nominee has pneumonia fever. There has A as a man without a shied of Has every device necessary to make the piand "human," butvou will realize this only when you hear it played. That is why we want you to been lots of lagrippe throughout character! This, in the political let us demonstrate The Autopiano. It'sjust .Hlje. going to hear some this part of the comity but all are aspect, is the extraordinary, even great pianist play only there is no admission charge. getting better. appalling, plight into which the Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Mullins Republican party Dealer has been plunged and children of Disputauta visited by the bad faith and the mad amWINCHESTER, KY, relatives in this part from Satur- bition and the perilous Obsessions day until Monday. Estill Mullins of Theodore Roosevelt. spent Saturday night with his Pittsburgh Post: The contest cousin Elisba Anderson. Mrs. between President Taft and TheoEnglish Squirrei, is a combined stallion, 4 years old, full Gladvs Anderson visited Mrs. dore Roosevelt has reached the nign, a wuiu: xeet auu auur, a uenuuiiui uay wiui uigu siyi mm ttuuiuu. ouujcviu C. E. Mullins Sunday. There were registration. This young stallion will make, the season of 1912 at my barn acute stage. They are facing the colt. Season money mile from Hiatt Post Office at $10:00 to insure services at Fairview Saturday crucial test, each with a deter- becomes due when colt is foaled or mare parted with. Care taken to prevent night and Sunday conducted by any occur. He has proven himself a good accidents but not responsible mination to destroy the other, and breeder, his colts beings large,should d saddle colts. where you wfl Rev. W. D. Mullins. There has Pkdigree: Sired by Kentucky Squirrel 2623, by Wooa" Squirrel 2622, by at the same time the old party is been but very little corn planted Meter's '3663, by dam Black Squirrel crumbling at both extremes. It is King 739, son of 58. fst King. Nellie Duddern Reg. Nd:dam sired Van English by of goods, which English Squirrel!s,Ist Silver always find listed the in this part yet. Dr. Preston like a race for the distinction of .Hunter, he by Abdallah Messenger, 1st dam of English Hunter the Wm. Lusk Pennington, of London, passed by Davy Crockett,, son saddle mare (the best winning credit as .chief scuttler of Denny's Drennon, saddle mare ever in Garrard Co.) Highlander. I Abdallah by Imp. Drennon, 2nd dam by are sold for fair margain of. profit Goods through this part Saturday and of the ship; and. no matter who Messenger sired by Messenger Chief (sire of Maud Messenger 2.16i- Jake 2.30 was calling on the merchants. 2:30) Sentinel. better wins, the 'ship will be scuttled, and 7 others also atthan same, 1st dam Susie bystand and soldjright are the kind of Black Jack with time and place the I will Mrs. Melvin Barnett, of this place white points, heavy boned, a good breeder, at '$5.0Cto Insure a living mule and just the same. is visiting her parents, Mr. and $6.00 to insure a living mare mule. always pays to buy goods Cleveland Plain Dealer: It Mrs. Mose Mullins, of Cruise. P C. LEAE, Hiatt, Ky. breaking down of traThere will be services at Red Hill marks a has always been to give dition, a new deal in politics; it sets Sunday conducted by Saturday and a precedent in forcing a President very best goods Rev. Ponder. There was a very to our customers seeking reno.mination to go forth fell here Sunday night hard rain strenuously into the fight to show possible for the money. seems as though the creeks don'--t " until they are out of by what right he demands the get fordable honor. Whatever may happen, customers for the pat1 the banks again. Mr. and Mrs. this is better than for the people Allen Vaughn and children visited ,a and asking continuto allow steam roller to do. ronage the family of Wm. Martin Sunday. Ky B their thinking for them. Mrs. Elizabeth Gabbard, of Clay I . the ance New York Globe: Whatever county, who has spent the winter with her son, Green, contem the result of the Chicago convent 7; CQMELETE. LINE- very truly, ion, it is evident the Presiaent plates going back soon. CoffidS;s"Ca'sTvets and Eobesi has lessened the likelihood oi his -. Jfjn His latest venture is AltMatf I, Telegraph : orTelej "Now is the time to get rid of your reflection. -. Vernon, Kyv. find another political blunder. - Abuse You will rheumatism. i. phoneorderRJSromptly Chamberlain's Lfinhnent wonder of Roosevelt by any one. does not a I v m HiDf ilvT t WL lTV7Tvf KHed.. & fully effective. One application help Taft; abuse of Roosevelt by "will convince you of its merits. Try iti For. sale by Chas. C. Taft himself certainly does not ' v help Taft. Davie, se-Ve- lt, MT. VERNON SIGNAL 1 1 road-makin- g mh Detroit Free Press: . The blame Hartford (Jouranti Smarting aid for this sorry pass, the whole blame sore and crazy with anger, Rn lies on the shoulders of Theodore assuming that he had made1 Rocsevelt, and the people of the Taft politically. an ai sumption nation can only thank the Presi that Taft's gentle and gjateful' dent for so bravely discharging his nature has gone too far in arceot-ing-sa- id distasteful duty to the people in a this: 'jit is a bad trait to crisis that was so basely iorred bite the hand thit feeds you." upon him. This . the rule with dogs: but! after all William H. Taft is the WHAT TEXAN.S ADMIRE. i President of thf TTnUpH Stntpt: is hearty, vigorous lite, according Bahimore American Roosevelt to Hugh Tallman, of San Antonio. a shocking example "We find,' he writes, "that Dr. stands King's New Life Pills surely put of an anticlimax, a man who has new life and energy iuto a person overreached himself and gone mad, Wife I believe they are the best His professed offense at the partmde." Excellent for stomachy anoiac allusion of President Taft, liver or kidney troubles. 25 cts made some time ago. wb ch RooseChas. C. Davis'. velt saw was a cap that fit him, is New York World: . Have the readily explainable. Prominent Republicans learned nothing from psychologists say every man is to Democratic folly and Democratic a degree a paranoloc. But only in madness? Are they ready to go such instances of brainstorm, before the country as a party of as that of Roosevelt, does the j demagogy, dictatorship and affliction become a mania. The people will not place in the White House a man who would haft to For soreness of the muscles be kept in a straitjacket bp Conwhether induced by violent exergress. cise or injury, Chamberlain's Liniment is excellent. This lini J. M. Hewell. a popu ar drugment is also highly esteemed for gist of Greenshurg, Ky., says, the relief it affords in cases of "We use Gh. mberlain's Cough rheumatism. Sold by Chas. C Remedy in our own household Davis. and know it is excellent." Eor sale by Chas. C. Tavis. i-- THIS 1 to-da- y t t-- SPACE BELONGS TO I S. B. McKENZIE THE FURNITURE Watch Every Week j CASTOR A &&0&& ' , --, V . "n lk 1 Way 1 - I I I L $1,000 IZiifiiilliBHillllllllllllllllHIV tf .h -- ! - - "- A t$ X," - S this-Jbank- self-respecti- Having The Your Own Browiv Furnish P. S -- The AUTOPIANO -- 4pz&3yL$pa$tpm 3psepq33c883 F. B. ENDICOTT, JONAS McKENZIE ENGLISH SQUIRREL well-forme- - 33X3! ?3e3Z&y GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER, rod head EACH WEEK, belt a bought right that it Our Motto ithe Thanking my iivthe past future, am in Yours -- K" AN EYE ON THIS SPACE a iiMn - . . JONAS McKENZIE, Mt ;'' -- $&$&C& rtf . lUin3tGa ' "1 VJ - IT r "- if-- . i1 -f 'V & 5. - . 2-- . " "f9U ''St "" K ' 'W'KWflswEiBGinT wt - ? - &&- J . - , . ' - v- .rf . z. syyirrfaa&8 . &3WMMJBMBMBMMMMBtaaBpS5a 'tirTi - f7BitiiMWT?PTnBWBMBffllBiBlff"'nBBllniWBiBBBifcr' ,r ,. ' .5t!r- - -- y, - . . raiirrBt'M&B ti ,, " s ,. j" MT. YEflNQN SIGNAL Mt. Vernon, Ky.j May T7 See Fish lor globe fertilizer. " New spring style in Arrow Shirts 3, 1912 and Arrrow Collars at Fish's. Now WITH r "No. Call you wooltoCommunlSIGNAL up 79" whencate Willi Q made xy If you want a new spring suit What's the matter FISH'S GUARANTEED CLOTHES" "They're Fellows, say it all together all right." We tfe ,f we can makeyou a beauty, for $12 J. Fish Nu-Buc- got the goods to prdve it) too. ft fr 1 $ 6r Louisvillc 1 Nashville R. R. Co. Why pay $3.50 lor Ladies. 14 k shoe when Button White Fish is selling the best at $2 98. For Sale: Miller Hotel lot aud livery barn ii sold at once. T Moixie Miller, Mt. Vernon, Ky. TIME TABLE. 22 acrtn -- 24 north 23 south 21 South 4.46 p m FOR SALE ! A good seconda m hand buggy, or will exchange for a 353 ":38 a m cow. F. L. Thompson, 12:19 am May3-2- t Mt. Vernon, Ky. A Rebekah pin between depot and Graded school building. Finder please return and receive Entered at the Mt Vernoa, Ky. Postoffice Mrs. Roy Beasley. reward. mail matter. as second-clas- s Jas. Landrtjm, Agent. HERE'S a lot of enthusiasm this spring aniong the young men for our clothes and among the older men too. Plenty of reason for it in the styles we shew, and we know, and you know, that there are no greater values to be had at the price Come here for your Spring Togs and we'll put the right sort of Clothes on you. Don't put it off because we have 'a little cold snap but pick 'em out now Phone No. 58. Lost: Rockcastle Don't forget the County Christian Bible School will be held ot the Mt. Chas. L. Riddell was up from building East Burnstadt, during the week. Vernon Graded School Sunday. May i2th. Mrs. Logan Towery, of near You Pay for in Our Cove and Cedarville corBerea is the guest of her sister, Grade Medium respondence arrived too late for Q Rob Cox. To what would-b- e imitators may tell you come to our Clothing Cheap Shoes, or Bowman is the publication this week. If possible Miss Rhoda Store, feel of tbe Pure Wool Suits, test them any way you like guest of ner brother S. F. Bowman corresp'indents will please mail then you will realize that if saving money counts with you this is the letters so as to reach us on Wedand iamily. nesday. place to trade, and remember A. "W. Stewart, was over 'from and nt A shower was given at the Paiut Lick during the week atyour represents service home of Dr and Mrs. R. W. tending court. money's worth and lastWe understand that Dr. Green, Dyche on Saturday evening in or your money babk ing good looks. a dentist trom Loudon, will locate honor of Mrs. Tom O'Mara who was Miss Leila Mae Lovell. in Mt. Vernon. LET US PIT YOU IN A was up from Many handsome and useful gifts of Mrs. W. F. Carter , PAIR TO-DAwere received. Brodbead Saturday having some There is no question about the dental work done. Miss George McFerron spent cement plant at Pine Hill, and if Saturday and Sunday with her Mt. Vernoa don't want to be annexed as a suburb of Pine Hill, she parents at Pine Hill. 1 had better keep her eyes open Dr. G rover Price has located at and be ready to meet any and all Judson, Ind., instead "of Illinois, mergence calls. as he first intended. In response to an invitation, John Prewitt and I. N. Grabeel Mrs. T. C. Duke, went to LivingsTHE ONLY CLOTHING STORE IN THIS TOWN of Laurel, were here first of the ton last Saturday and was presented week attending court. with a beautiful new spring hat by Miss Sarah Stewart was the some good ladies of the Baptist up, and as the Supt. is BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOOL HOME ECONOMIC CLUB, The Lincoln county jury selected guest of the Misses Butner from When the Brown Memorial sold to be made church; the Lord bless and resoon to visit Mt. Vernon again The Home Economic Club, held Satu:day. to try Owen W. Turpin for killFriday until their buildiug to the Graded school ward those loving hearts. C. meeting, April was in Dan Misses Mattie Huff and Vivian ing of Bogie Phillips, after deago, mere was some those who have charge of the its two years Rev. G. S. Watson are 20th, at Langdon Dormitory. Howard wei e hostesses at twelve liberating for some five or six yesterday to attend a call . The stone saw mill will be re- question whether or not that insti- collection of this subscription ville anxious that this $50 additional The exercises for the first half o'clock breakfast prepared aud hours returned a verdict of not continue iu Mt. Presbytery. meeting of the built by the Kentucky Fieestone tution would money be raised that the deeds hour was devoted to giving quota- served by the High school cooking guilty. - and family have Co., but will- be located North of Vernon and the action of the G. T. Johnsonmay be ready, to turn over to tions from various men of letters, The menue returned to Mt. Vernon and are the tunnel, and nearer the quarry, board in making the school a proper authorities at that time. pertaining to domestic science, class on Friday. consisted of whhh will save hauling the rough permanent institution, was due We feel that there are others who which proved conclusively occupying Rome Adams' house. that FOR SALE . Chilled fruit largely to the hearty solicitation of Word comes from Louisville stone for some distance on the one are able,apd "would be glad to Men may live without poetry, About people Post Toasties and Cream Business stand on the Big Hill that Mrs. Richards who is in railroad as was the case with the KMt. Vernon lyear ago now when tbe question join iu this most lauable effort to music or books, but civilized man Eggs a la Sicilian at Robinet, Ky., on the old state the hospital there is doing nicely. old mill. came before tbe Supt. of schools help keep in our town an institu cannot live without cooks." . Beaten Biscuit road between Jackson and RockAsparagus Dr. and Mrs. R: W. Dyche will During the xest of the meeting The county board of education for Kentucky for final action, a tion which is not only doing a Coffee castle counties. This property leave in about two weeks for will receive bids at its next meetgreat work in the education of our Miss Oskamp occupied the time in The guest included Mesdames consists of two or three acres of of interested citizens met number London to make their future ing, this month, for the erection with the Superintendent and as- young but an institution which has giving demonstrations on salid Fanny Adams, Reuben Mullins, good land, and more if desired, home. of six school houses in the countv. sured him of the earnest desire of been a blessing to our town and making, and was ably assisted by C 'C. Williams, Houston. C. and the liuest country store house and Dor Anyone desiring to place bid will the people of Mt. Vernon that the which today must be pointed to Miss Eila Carson and Miss Vivian Brown, West, W. J. Sparks in Little Misses Ruthella the two counties. The buildHenderson spent the week with the please call at tbe County Superin- school should be made a permanent as the principal source of the up Howard. Each dish looked most Misses Williams, Watson, ing is 55 x 100 feet and contains family of their grandfather, W. A. tendents office at Peoples Bank one. Tbe question ot the site .on ward march of Mt. ''Veinon; A attractive and members were given Rowlee aud the Rev. Mr. over five thousand square feet of why we offer this the opportunity of sampling the Watson. B. Davis. and examine specifications. which to erect buildings was also second reason floor space. Good ' iron roof, same and testing their palatableness. statement is because the writer Miss McCord is m Berea at- building all painted and papered Miss Elizabeth Adams will leave At the Christian church Suuday discussed and the assurance was to attend principal one in Thefood value of different salads tending the meeting of the and has a metal ceiling, extra good for Lebanon morning Rev. Tinsley, the pastor, given that if the school was con- has been the the marriage of her friend Miss will preach from the text "The tinued that the town of Mt. Ver- charge of these funds and we want was explained, showing why the Transylvania Presbyterial So- - shelving throughout the building who have contributed to same kind of dressing should not ciety of which she is auditor. and extra well lighted. McElroy. Ideal Christian Woman. " In the non would donate certaiu lots just those be used for every salad, and illus- She will Teturn today. Also a dwelling house George Owens went to Bertha evening his discussion will be back of the school property, on know exactly how much has been jelly, well built, painted and papered. Wednesday to set some work which from the words "Save, O Save" which it is the intention of the collected and how expended. trated the principal in tomato aspic jelly, bean and pimento salad, The proposed improvements for One of the finest 50 foot wells in he has just finished lor parties at You are cordially invited to hear school board to erect suitable There are some who have nothing, who should chicken salad, beet, potatoe, fruit Kockcastle include three important Rockcastle county. Ice cold clear school buildings, in the near future that place. him at both services. interprises, viz, a $1000000 cement water all the year. A fine garden something, and salmon salads. or as soon as the requirements of be glad to 'give Mr. and Mrs.. Tom O'Mara left The next meeting of the Club plant, a $25000 flour mill and a and poultry yard built with wire Having left Mt. Vernon for the the school demand it. At a meet- though it be small and in order on the early train Sunday mornWest I have left all watches and ing held in Attorney 0. C. Will- that this matter may be closed in will be held Saturday, May 4th, at railroad from the Jackscn county netting. ing for Nashville where they other articles left with me for re- iams' office a few nights after tbe time we ask, may we not have 2:30 p.m. at L,angdon Dormitory. line, to the Pulaski. "As to the There is about a $2,000.00 will make their home. pair, with J. Fish. Please call meeting held with the Supt. of voluntary subscriptions sufficient The programme promises many in- - latter there is some speculation stock of goods on hand which is W. Robert Allen, of Covington, there and get same. Thanking the Pres yterion schools of Ken-luck- to cover this small balance. Any- eresting and instructive features. but as to the other two there is. now being sold at cost and less. who has been with his parents in all for past patronage, I am, house- no question and what such intera subscription was started one desiring to make a contribu- All who are interested in A fine stove, desk, and show the Eastern part of this county a keeping are invited to attend. Yours truly, prises will mean to the county, cases etc. tion no matter how small, will to raise money to purchase five week, was here Monday. no one can estimate. Frank Moore. lots belonging to T. N. Noe and please report same to Signal We also have the Robinet post SHERIFF'S LAND SALE. Charley Estes. who will be reAd- office and same will be reported in Paris Sowder has his barber Arthur Daily in the Asher I will on Monday, May 27th, Lawrence Beasley, a son of our office which will go with the membered by most of Mt. Vernon in his new quarters in the dition and which joins the Brown this papei when the full amount 1922 at tbe front door of the townsman Roy Beasley was one business and which pays about shop people, died last wedk at his home has been secured. year. Thts is an old stand Mt. Vernon hotel nd when he Memorial property. cburt house in Mt. Vernon sell at of the number rescued from the 200 a in Ransomville. N. Y., of consumpIf you intend to give, please act of about sixty years standing gets all improvements completed The following subscription were public auction to the highest and Titanic. The New York and other tion. at once as it is important that this shop, and received: will have an up best bidder the following tiacts of city papers have given several and is considered by all who know Frank Moore, the jeweler, and the service wilj be equal to any in W. J. Sparks $50 00 matter be closed at once. tend for taxes due the county and interest accounts as told by young it as the best stand iu the country his wife left Tuesday for Phoenix the state. He also has his bath ' We have be.tn doing C. 0. Williams Watch Fish' 3 windows for the state. .50 00 Beasley which are credited as be- anywhere. Arizona, where tbev will make years of over ten tub in operation and in preparing E. S. Albright W. B. Dillingham 165 acres near ing most graphic and interesting a business some 50 00 new things for men and youngl We regret their future home. thousand dollars a year. This is for hot and cold water for his W. Brown B. Owens tax and cost $45.05. reports told by any of those who 50 00 men to wear. very much to lose such splendid shop and bath room also provided J. made their escape from the ill known as the Big Store or the A. B. Furnish 50 00 people from our number. For Sale: Select Boone Elmer Houk 154 near B. Owens tax fated ship. Mr. Beasley, who wa firm of Allen & Sons. for the first floor of the hotel. 5 00 J. W. Van Winkle corn $1.76 per and cost 25.69, county white-seegreatley schocked when he learned ' Owing to the death of my son, LOCAL Dr. S. C. Davis T. J. Niceley, S. R. C. that his son was one of the ia 00 bushel. Regular services at the Baptist R. L. McFerron 25 00 mirnhor nn tli cViin Vint; writtpn T. L. Allen, aud W. R. Allen R. AC SCHRADER, Want to trade a thorough bred church, Sunday, May 5th. Sunday his business 25 00 Strayed;or Stolen- A yellow him to come to Mt. Vernon and having to look-afteSutton & McBee Livingston, Ky. Jersey hefler 2 years old for a young school 10:00 a m , preaching by the Apr. i7-3- t to be in Covington, I am unable to look on last Tuesday should he come we hope pup. Left 5 00 pastor at 11:00. a.m.: subject, "Mii- - S. D. Lewis cow with calf. D. B. Southard Circuit Court adjourns this Liberal reward for his return or able to give our readers several after all my business and will 15 otf takes of tbe Rich Fool." Text, Dr. Mrs. J. T. Adams. information leading to his recovery interesting articles connected with therefore Sell this property. It Mrs. Annie E. Miller 10 00 afternoon. Luke 12; 17. Evening service as aw.Di uukcuy. jg the best you may ever J. M. Adams. The case, against Mose Gatliff 10 00 Eggs: S. C. Red Leghorn eggs usual at 7:30. Special practice in Chas. C. Davis Brodhead, Ky. Breeders take notice. J. S get and if interested you had Bob Rigjby Apr. 26-2- t 5 00 charged with killing-oat soets per setting of isggs-singing. Prayer meeting Thurs S. B. McKenzie Langford will give gloo.oo for the better come and investigate imwhen both 5 00 was called Tuesday Rome Graves. day evenings at 7:30. uordiat in- R. A. Sparks Reds: Eggs best stallion colt sired by his mediately or you maybe too late. Rhode Island Wabd. 25 po sides announced ready. Tne regu Mch. 29 3t vitation to all. Come and wel- Fritz Ktueger a setting of 15 5o cts. Please give horse Rocfeett Peavine. See him :" Very truly, M. J. Miller 10 00 lar panel was exhausted and two nearly new 18 come to all our services. days notice so as to have all for particulars. 3 For Sale: One Albert Allen. Dr. R. W. Dyche 5 00 jurors qualified and'special venire T. C. Duke, Pastor. fresh eggs on hand. : bp boiler and engine and band saw Dr. A. G. Lovell 25 00 of 50 men were summoned for J. M. Evans, complete. Will sell worth tbe Mr. fames Maret is in receipt of R. B. Mullins ." 10 00 Wednesday morning. Langfordr Ky. Mch, 29-7K. J. McKinney. money. aletterfrom Mr. E. M. Newton. S. F. Bowman 5 00 sThe following jury was selected Vernon, Ky. President of the Kentucky Portland W. M. Bullock Mt : Apr. To the Trade: I will hav '5 0o to try the cas : Geo. Percifui, Wm. Southard, K. a car ot icfchgtt weeic. 12 50 pres- Cement & Coal Co., which states T. N. Noe Ice will S. C. Franklin will for the OQ J. McKinney, B G. Mullins, Jesse be delivered?every morning. that the company of which Mr. W. L. Richards 10 Place ent make Mt. Vernon his head10 00 Dennev, R.. P. Norton, J. M. Nor-to- orders on "Saturday's for meat and Inspecting in- Newton is the head will get ready Donated quarters for Watch Geo. Deatberage, S. B. Ram- ice for Sunday. The ice trade stead of Livingston. Will be here for business just as quickly as possible. Over $1,000,000 will be ex Total $482 50 sey, Ed Deatberage, A . H. Ham- must be cash or paid for weekly May L every day. nearly pended. A prospectus has issued The four lots purchased from T. lin and H. J. Mu'lins. and those who do not pay at the Sick headaches results from a from which Tve will take a number N. Noe were bought Sot $462.60 The taking of evidence was be- - end of each week will- not get ke of the disordered ""condition of clippings for our next issue and one from.Arthur Daily for $70. gun weonesuay anernoon and the the next week. 5 .and 10 cents stomach, and can be cured by the completed yesterday amount musFbeicasb. Stomach which will give some idea of just making a total ,of $532:50 tHe pur- arguments use ot Chamberlain's - - Very, respt- Try it For what the company expects to do chase price of the five, lots. afternoon. The case went tcrttie and Liver Tablets. NO ALUM, NO LIME PHOSPHATE ' I Cbas. C. D&vis. sale by at Pine Hill. . There remains a balance of $5cyet jury this aoraing. Don't Worry about the Price We have Evefy Price from $250 up to $20, . PERSONAL Cou-ventiu- n, You Get What DON T LISTEN The BatCS Shoe $3.50 $4. WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION Look For the Sign Y er the Fish flUWRBBl11 IjGUAIUqTEEpi semi-monthl- y - 11 -- Mc-Cor- d, w five-roo- m ed y, - to-dat- e - . d r ui 1 . f -- " t. n, 3-2- BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure The only Baking Powder made from Royal Crape Cream ofTartar ROYAL - k ? r -- v. t -l--VV Ti " VV" ' -- '";,' - .: !. -- Hi -- J! , , -- I -- , j& ... :, " !? Ai3i Sfi! g jffifL;a&& .jS .?fe;ir ; 0wVj3 'fatl3sf J J " . v. jsr.r,i Tr'tnwM JHK&MfiZ&ste&m.. - f- - w.3ix ifesa J ' i f- - - , - I .V mri -- M: & n;;u .uiAt.ii. . fk- - OI thcts Ur. ATOnlMv known for -- : v.. $&? , c .',L: '" tJ- xty6rtfi;jxp .'SS-fe1-i. .-s y -- . .J" " TSTxr' . i&siiKcsiaiSSSStKS! T"V7'"..""'-"- r - -- "" y? ms-ix- r rcr- - t, "Nature's 111a . -- Buried deep in oa if drake and stone root.goiaen R V Piprep made a Dure fctyseriw . over fortv vears. He called Itmm tl.-:r,- W& i,y6 i!-- f '. 'Sf3 RuUkUt PKAV1NJ3: lhviSL ?ueea's root, msfr - icrmc- w& when u con3cq.Jencc ,. cp . o be ou t constiturion the stomach constaat for y. the blood is ouozuu, Mcdical Discovery strengthens the sionar- n.. . -McrareoiD.uuu. te makc purej r;ch bIood hCipS mo liver ana iuc WBU., u to expel the poisons Jrom tac way. so many people debilitated condition which at this fino o the year is usually the effect ot bo, 3 in th. blood; it is often indicated by pimples or thin-y- ou feel blue. on the ski a, the face becomes than a woe!: ago I was suffering villi an avvful .- FJi;ZL v' V UUtitiWU - - - MMlRI uiscovtrv. entire a blood and. -tones up the stomacnand ther";i- - n . u..iii ma rn n vnnio inii i !..- -. "vr "Tnr. The fin dDUibination sthllirin. Rev. D. R. Gentry preached a Rocket Ptiavine, will mak? the very interesting Mrs. Steven Doan has returned sermon, at Friei.d-shiseason of 1912 at the stable of to Pine Hill and is very sick at last Sunday. Mrs. G. B. iRoy Beazley in Mt. Vernon, at her mothers Will Doan and wife Lawrence spent last week, with p mmN. FT&R&H3jt$fBB0KKBK3itgjgijBfUm&3te Children Cry for Fletcher's w OID 1V. No matter how strong the I , M..,w.,t lllMiinonlf .UUI1U,)' HVIUgV-Ulrelatives in Mt. Vernon. Miss due When colt is foaledj mare Bessie Isaacs of Woodstock, was parted l th or bred to another the guest of Dr. and Mrs Herbert Horse. U uo care taKen to pre- she was Isaacs yont a(. cident but not responsible pauied last Sunday,her little accoin niece home by should any occur. Elizabeth. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. LUUJOUlCd -- f r Hatcher and children of Corbin, in nso for over 30 years, Las borne- the signature of Rocket Peavino is a beautiful bay, visited Mrs. Mollie Hatcher, and and lias been made tinder Lis perfull 1G hands high with the very Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Brown, last sonal supervision since its infancy. Allow no one to deceive you in this. best of feet and legs. Is a horso week. Wade H. Mullins has are "but All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-gooof fine style and acion, both under moved his family to Plato Ky. feci Experiments that trifle "with and endanger the health of bottle and it did mo so much good that I itricda Has the Mrs. Wl F. DeBord who has been sav?nK it iu tho greatest an-- l best mwlichio that I saddle and in harness. Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. is much bolter than it was best disposition of any stalion 1 sick, fo the past two months, Seine. It docs all you claim for It and is ever saw. Can rack or trot a wJsiactory." dosen'tseeni to be itnoroviner verv n kmt. tvm. t three-minutclip. Will be pre-- . much.-- Dr. J. C. Brown and Abel Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Parehas had a lot pued for the fairs after the Edwards ot Clarence, were in this soon- - The goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It reason closes. contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic part Sunday and Monday. Miss 'of surveying done for the ceineul m. substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms Sired by Tom Peavine; he by Rose Gentry who has been with Plant. Under the supervision of and allays Fevcrishness. It cures Diarrhoea and "Wind Hntchcraft in the last 10 or 2:G5, by Electioneer 2:26, her sister Georgia for two weeks, ' Infact ' Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation Tc-da- y rhe sire of 166 colts, with records returned to her home. at Ouail. . x5 days. We understand that and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the below 2:30. last Sunday. Mr. A. C. Sowder is tne have contracted with Tom Stomach and Dowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. To-morro- w we Tom Peavine. first dam was by at Etna, this week, on buisness. ! rai'ne lo ao ine,r sawing. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. Peavine and was the dam of the. Mrs. Estil Price and little son suppose they will need thousands s GENUENE ALWAYS great Rex Peavine. Rocket Clyde visited, Mr and Mrs. J. L of feet of lumber, as they will do ouly a vision, YESTERDAY is Imt a dream, a lot building ot houses for the dam was Mollie 12i7, by Thompson well lived makes every yesterday a dream of hapbut last TuestTay. Mr. f Bears the Signature of a vision uf hope. Therefore piness andevery Pat Denmark, he b3' Rattler, he Lo&an Denny is making his home laborer to live in. Ttoe farmers bring your account to not ye&terday nor by Vernon Black Hawk. Mrs. Wm. have done most of their plowing with bis daughter, TIIK BATK OF MT. VERNON Second Dam by Walker's Grey Hurst siuce the deatluof his wife. and some have planted corn. Mrs Eagle. Then our Iiojk? is that all your moneys will bring you happiMiss Mollie Owens was in Mt. M. L. Barger has moved back to . will ami all your recollections of ness, ami her old home agtin. There is a Third Dam by Stonewall Jack- Vernon, last Friday shopping Sirinsr you trreat .satisfaeticn and all your dealings and jelatious son with ihib Hank will hring ou gieat prosperity. Dr. G. C. Price has located in hog buyer in our town picking No Fourth Dam by Copperbottom. Indiana, he writes that he likes O.K,5 up all the surplus pigs. VERN.ON BANK J. S. LANGFORD, his wife and little daughter will wouder meat is high. KST.VERHOH. KENTUCKY W. h. RICHARDS, Cashier. Mt. Vernon, Ky. C. C. Wf f.MMS, President. In Use For Over Years about the 15th. of May, join THE DEMOND3 OF THE THE CENTAUR COMPANY. 77 MURRAY STRICT. NCW YORK CITY. Mrs. Sallie Gentry of Quail, him. SWAMP. t SRABBHMaMH is spending the week with Mr. and DARE sting the) SILVER are moiquitos. As they Silver Dare is 6 years old, 16 Mrs. A. C. Sowder. Most all of put deadly mabria germs in the hands, saddle and harness stallion. the farmers is this part are ready hJood. Then follow the icy chills soon as the weath- - and the hres ot lever. 1 ne ap Will make the season of 1912 at to plant corn, as and the strength tails; a few of them have'i Pct,te Vt my stable, mile oi er moderates, nlnK.n F n A.m.. i;i uiicu uaven uic mttn7 wuj already planted. Mr. Mace Brown i.u uiiiuu Hiatt post office, at $10. to insure lor deadly tvphoid. But Electric very low. Mrs. Sallie A. ",XU. VERNON DjISKET CD. a living colt Season money he remaius Bitters kili aud cast out the Long visited her brother, Mrs. W. malaria germs from the blood; comes due when colt is foalded or t i fina Ornciritn aiifl ration ' im PRACTICAL mare sold or parted with or bred F. DeBord last week. J. Harve iritio "After long suf Brown is spending the week, in the onr strength to other stock. Pedigree: Silver UNDERTAKERS Glade section. There will he a feriug," wrote Wm. Fret well, ol Dare is by Diguity Daiv 1982, Luciraa, N. C. ''three bottles FUNERAL DIRECTORS, Chester Dare No. 10, he by singing commence ot Poplar Groe diove all the malaria from m :S and Black Squirrel 58, he by Blacl-Eagl- next Saturday, conduted by Rev. system, and I've had good health EUBALUfitiS S 74, lie by King William 67, James Cummins. William Hib eve. since." Best for all stomach esses Mt. Vernon, Ky. :5 50 cts. at he by Washington Denmark 64. bard, of Somerset, visited his cousin liver and kidney ills. MM Chas. C. Davis'. he by GainesJDenmark 61. Dig- Floyd E. Gentry, "a part of last RrlETALl Safe Solid-breec- h, nity's first aam by Liziemont, by week. M. B. Jones was in Wil FOR FLETCHER'S For ea8e of action the Welchmont No. 6367, he by Wil- liamsburg last week on buinec s E Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of liam Welch 361. Silver Dare's The Sunday school at Frirnd.ihip ZemJngtonrUMC Pump Gun company. E 3 CLwork for the 11 111 rirst dam is by silver King, he by is progressing nicely, and since Its short leverage enables shooter to aouDie ai trap come both ol.I and oung spring ha Hearse sent to all points r2 Orders by wire promptly tilled. "Sntime, hebySt.onewallJackson, or blind without "kinking" or "cramping . should go and r take pirt in the he by Washington Denmark 64. Not a second lost when seconds count. Managers work. There is preching evey JACK. I will also stand a good command. third Saturday. irni Sundd7. conFive shots at the shooter's Office Mt, Vernon Monumental Building PHONE 112 ,Toung Jack full 15ly hands high ducted by Pvev. JoYi So ward, and bottom-ejectin- g pump gun. The only and good heavy bone. Is black vMTWTT Mt Vern i J iiuiiiiuiuiuiiiiUiimiiiiiiiuiiiUiiiiiiiiiiuiuiiimiiiiiiiini also on the fourth Sunda conducted with white points. WilJ. stand Solid Breech, Hammerless, Safe ! by the Rev. D.'R. Gentry, both of Home and ofiico in the late resilience Jack at $8 to insure a living colt. Dr. Myers formerly occupied on Old PemingtonzUMC the perfect shootwhich are interesting speakers. Ul rare will be taken to prevent Mt. Vernon. Miss Maude Thompson visited rela- Main St.,; ing combination. accidents but will not be respontives at Ol irence the first of last Send for Descriptive Folder sible should any occur. Same C. C. week, - O'to Brown, who spent METALLIC CARTRIDGE CO. REMINGTON terms with Jack as with horse. ATTORNEY-AT-LA299 Broadway, New York City about tw ) mouths in Florida has-R. L SMITH, Hiatt, Ky.' retnrned home. Mr. Hurst and Ji MT. VERNON. KY. Phone in resilience, Brodhead Ex. L. Hasty are in Mt. Vernon this tt&"OFFICE. On 2rd. floor o "I used to be troubled with a weakness peculiar to week. Miss Viola DeBord, who is The Bank ot" Mt. Vernon , on Church The local stock firms of this attending Brown Memorial Scho- 1 street. Special attention given women," writes Mrs. Anna Jones, of Kenny, 111. "For Hit section are now making contracts was called home Monday on ac- to collections. nearly a year, I could not walk, without holding my sides. I tried several different doctors, but I grew worse. Finally, vith for for their lambs for June count of the illness of her mother. Phone No. 80. delivery. One promiueut nd July our druggist advised Cardui for my complaint I was so G. N. Bray, of Wabd. is a freuyer has already engaged i.oot quent visitor in this part. Rev. thin, my weight was 115. Now, I weigh 163, and I am Our line of Couch !Caskets never sick. I ride horseback as good as ever. I am in ambs at 64 cents. Robert Ran George Thompson, of Eubank, 5 is unexcelled fine health at 52 years." :in engaged 60 lambs to Mr. Till Haud-mad- e Cofiinsiurnished tit ird, ot Boyle, county at 7 cents rilled his regular appointment at UNDERTAKER and EMBALMEP the M. E. Church 'ast Sunday. Hearse sent to all parts of t . S. Murphy engaged 50 lambs Robert L. Hasty, who went to Iowa mt o J.C. Johnson, of Boyle county SDme few weeks ago has returned y iue vuuutj t 7 cents; Pope Brothers sold 75 home. He says it is too cold in - i!1 All orders by Wire Promptly Filled ambs to Trader 'Lillard for I )wa lor him. une and July delivered at 7 cents We have thousands of such letters, and more are rsS Ir. Cyrus Daily engaged 66 lamb? HOW'S THIS. arriving daily. Such earnest testimony from those who o J. D. Kads and Sons at 6 cents; have tried it, surely proves the great value of this vegetaPhoue94-MT. VERNON, KY We offer Oae, Huuured Dollars vhuer Hughes engaged 20 lamb1- Reward lor any, ble, tonic medicine, for women. of Catarrh Cardui relieves women's sufferings, and builds weak t the Eads firm at the same that cannot be cured by Hall's women up to health and strength. If you are a woman, nice. T. D. Chestnut solr' 7.) Catarrh Cure. give it a trial. It should help you, for it has helped a milF. J. CheNnkv & Co. unbs for June and July deliven lion others. It is made from pure, harmless, herb ingrediToledo, Ohio. o Lawson and Brown at 6 cents. ents, which act promptly and surely on the womanly organs. We, the undersigned, have John Hammond sold a mule tn known P J Cheney for the last 15 It is a good tonic. Try it 1 Your druggist sells it Lewis Bargo for 165. G. P. ye.ars, and believe him perfectly Writs to: Ladies Advisory Deot. Chattanooga Medicine Co.. Chattanooga. Teaa Burns white, clear and book. "Home Treatment (or Women," sent free. J S3 for Special Instructions, and button, of the Preachersville, honorable in all business transactidrop. For tteady to the last ons, and financially able to carrv the sake of everyone in the section sold some corn to Mr. family, Insist on having DYCHSJ R. Alex Walker, the Lancaster mille out any obligitions made by his firm. Solite Lamp Oil DENTIST H 5 per barrel. Interior Journal Walding, Kinnan & Marvin. Smokeless Sootless OdorMT. VERNOtf, KY. less Costs no more than inWholes lie Druggist, Toledo. O. ferior tank - wacon kinds. !$Xt!&JgX.& Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Office at residence on Main St Saves eyes; saves money. Your dealer has it in barrels direct irerr .vjr works Crown and Bridge Work internally, acting directly upon the FOR FLETCHER'S $ 9 CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO., LOUISViLLE, KY. Work guar an te d blood and mucous surfaces of the Specialty. e Hennery at Warren, Pa. auio Motor Gasoline, system. Testimonials sent free. Price, 75c. per bottle. Sold by all Druggist. Take Hall's Family pills for acBacg&ajto - Description and Pedigree. fiddaevs ! i . e - e aie ou a vit.it to their pareut at this place. G. H. Reynolds Is very low with dropsv. -- Mrs. Smothers is not expected to live f mauv days with dropsy. Mr.-Kincer is very low with consumption at her mother's Mrs.' j Rutherfoids. Win. Mardt's is on the sick list. .. there was a tiolv Roller meet- Saturdiy night and .Sunday lu at the school house. Brother Davidson preached. There was a J?00" crowd to hear him. Ever ,one 1S looking ror goou woric nere ! . y Tlie Kind Xoti Have Always BoujrM, and "wliicli has been &&&&&& d" it Is CASTOR1A Yesterday TO-DAY w to-da- -- Pea-vine'- W CASTORIA to-da- y pro-ieritv- THE OF MT. -- 11 The Kind Yoa Have Always Bought 30 fl-e- rm ? one-fourt- h a e mm a. t I TT-- 3 hi-b- y e PUMP GUN Hammerless, Ch.dren Cry H gCOUCH CCASKETS Coffins and Robes. l.. XI C ASTO RI A 1 W. T. FRANCIS, tr H De GEORGE OWENS, g ARMS-UNIO- N Williams, Couldn't Walk! mm - UHDETA K w. WcsuaifsTonic a. eox,i S I :ft5 - Stanford, Ky. se W. uigu-Grad- "JNo-uar- Children dry C ASTO RI A zc&$x$x&x. K&r$x$x CHAS, C. DAVIS nireeii oeai if nanna u 9 i CDnstipation. '- - - "The .. Made-to-We- ar Paint" The Chicago depth of Mr. Roosevelt's disappointment coi responds to the height of Mr- - Taft's manhood That is the case Tn a nutshell. Inter-Oceans: 1 1 jimi bIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIhLiki4 There are lots of Drug .Stores in this land of ours that sell Drugs, but the - Formula on Every Package Does This Mean Anything to You? It expresses tie maker's faith in the product. IT. I A TEXAS WONDER. r Labr r is the priscipal cost in painting. - The material should be the best. YOU CANNOT AFFORD ANY'OTHER KIND. P9II SALE BY f I NOE&, DAVIS It - The Texas Wonder cares kidney and bladder troubles, removing gravel, cures diabets, weak and lame backs, rheumatism and all irregularities ot the kidneys and Reguin boty men and women. lates bladder troubles in chibren If not sold by fo'ur druggist, will be sent by miil on receht of $1.00. One.snall bottle in two months, treatrkeBt. - and seldom Send for fails to perfect ft cure. testimonials from his and other states. Dr. B. W. Hall, 2926 'Olive street Louis,- - Mo. Sold by druggist. .- MountVernon f 1 Monumental . Manufacturer of ' V DEALER n Marbles 1 , anu and Drug Store for the people is the one that gives the purest, drugs obtainable. Try us and let us prove ourselves the one, Yours, -- Granite kinds. of all Estimates .furnished 'Monuments- Dtcaeci on application. G;EO.Q WEN'S Propr Chas C. Davis, Druggist Phone No. 89 MT. VTRNON, EY Phone 112 !3C3G5C3IC3IC a. tlga -- 3383C3C3C3CiDie8; i. K