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Mount Vernon signal: May 24, 1912 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1912 mou1912052401_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: May 24, 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. BRODHEAD. tut ytv pwrm r-- ri efllitttttf Ww fill MM MT. VERNON, fmmfi ROCKCASTLE W. J. Sparks Urges the People SMitiMti THE ACCOMPANYING Established 1887 tiBl COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JMAY 24: 1912. NUMBER 34 Mrs. Galen Rogers of Caab, families of Mr. J. F. and Dr. The Orchard, this waek. Mr. and W. F. Carter last week. Hawim of New Hope, was Mrs. Cleve Brooks have moved above together with Joe Carter J. E. with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. to the city, of Harlan. It is re- constitute the Carter family J. D. Hamm last week. Mrs. C ported that Mr. Frank Brooks proper. A family leunion was A. Wheeldon was in Mt Veruon, and Miss Ella Rash were Married held at the residence of their last week. W. C. Turpcu is at in Harliu, the first of the week. parents Mr. and Mrs. I. F. Carhome, this week, from Mullins Mis&es Grace and Winnie ter last Sunday, and a delightful Station. Joe Riddle of Walnut Roberts of May wood, were here time was had. Services at the Grove, was here Monday, on his between trains, Sunday. Miss Christian Church, will be held way te Ben-a- , where he is attead- - Miranda Tate is the guest of each evening at o'clock this my scnool. U. V. jarreti aim Miss Edith Moore, this week. week, afterward services will be Ingall Ba ugh man were here Sat- - Misses Eva Albright, Sarah Os-- 1 held at p- m. m. and Sunday, from Cooks-burg- . borne, Jerroy and Bertha Kincer Every body cordially invited, to urday and A number attended the Fred Sowder, Byron Owens, attend these services. Charles Holy Roller services Sunday frcm Charles and Lee Chandler were Soard is at home for a few days. Crab Orchard, among those at- in Mt. Vernon, last Friday and He will accompany his aunt Mrs. tending were, Mr. and Mrs R. L Saturday, taking the teachers ex- M. E. Minks as far as Louisville way to ihathan, 111., to Collier, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Duke, amination. Mrs. J. T. Lawrence on her visit her son. Ben Pike says he Mr. and Mrs Thos. Butt, Bernie was in town Wednesday. Mrs is not the only one that has gone Fis.li, Pettus Hayes, Ed Rogers, Robert Roberts, and Mrs. Robert to work. He accuses Granville WadeH. Leece and Billy George jKelley returned to their homes Owens and J. W. Tate of being : Holdman and Frank Collier . . ... Mnvwfm,i nml n,,liville. Wed guilty of the same .offense, but ' "j Rev. A. J. Pike tilled his regular nesday after spending a week, we have no f urher proof to that effect. appointment, at Froodom, Sat- with relatives at this place. urday and Sunday. Frank and Mrs. W. R. Brown of Highland A TEXAS WONDER. Cleve Brooks, and W. A. Tyree Park, returned, to her home after The Texas Wonder cures kidney were at home, from Harlan Sat- spending a few days with her and bladder troubles, removing urday and Sunday. John E. parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob gravel, cures diabets, weak and Evans traveling salesman, for Elder. J. M. and M. F. Craig lame backs, rheumatism and all Colgate & Co., was at home from shipped a car of wool, from this irregularities ot the kidneys and Regu-We- s Sunday until Tuesday. Walter pont Wednesday, amounting to in boty men and women. bladder troubles in chibren Robins and Wallace Haggard 1616.00. The Holy Roller ser by your druggist, were in Mt Vernon, last Saturday vices held here last Sunday was If not sold mail on receipt will of be sect by night, to see ("The Deacons was well attended. Misses Lena $i.oo. One small bottle in two Tribulations") Sherman Owens and Leila Albright were visiting, months treatment, and seldom Send for fails to perfect a cure. and Robert Taylor were down in Crab Orchard, last week. fromMaretburg Sunday. Mr.and Dr. George Frith returned, to testimonials from his and other Dr. E. W. Hall, Mrs. Sproul and family of Paris his home at this place Wednesday states.street Louis, Mo. Sold2926 by Olive were the guests of Mrs. Sproul's night. He graduated at the druggist. father, F. Francisco last week. Louisville College of Dentistry, J Missess Judith and Lena McCall last week, with first honors. He ROCKCASTLE BOY PARDONED. of Maretburg, were the guests of left for Nashville, Tenn., Thurs fin ronfpfisinn nf n man who their sister Mrs. J. J. Albright day where he will take the tae pleaded guilty to the robbery of a I from Saturday until Monday. Board Examination, and on his Fboxcarin Rockcastle county, ot Miss Minnie Hiatt spent last Sun- return will locate at this point, toy which Hobe McClure was con day, in the country, the guest practice his profession. George victed Gov. McCreary last week of Miss Edith Moore. W. O. is a fine young man, and we are granted a lull and free pardon to is onlv 16 Yadon was at home, from Liv- very glad to know that he decid- McClure. years old and is now confined in Sunday. Uncle Dan ed to locate here for the present the Stale School of Reform at ingston, Sowder left Monday, for Indian-apol.- s at least. Mr. aud Mrs. Giles Greendale. He was charged with Ind Luther Roberts and Carter of Tellico Plains, Tenn., being an accomplice of a man who sister Miss Mabel of Rowland, Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Carter of is now serving a term in the were in town between trains. Wilmore, Ky.f Mr. and Mrs. J.H. penitentiary. This man has con'Sunday. P. A. Shelton was at Thomas of Carolleen, N. C, Mrs. fessed, declaring that McClure had nothing to do with the robbery. home, Sunday from LaFollette O. D. Rowlett, Mrs. Henry Tay. Tenn. Mrs Ellen Mahaffey, Mrs. lor and Charles Carter of Shelby, R. K. Hamm and Uncle John . FOR FLETCHER'S ville, Ky., were visiting the Sowder tire visiting their sister, 5 -- To Get Busy On a Pike To Pine Hill and a Hotel For Mt. Vernon BRODHEAD FAIR ATTRACTION PICTURE SHOWS Mt. Vernon, Ky. May, 18, iqi2 MR. LOCK WOOD 3-- p. 7-4- 5 I -- .., M-Cl- ure Children Ory JASTO Rl A Editor of the Signal: It will only be a few weeks until a large fcrce of men will be at work at Pine Hill, putting up buildings installing, machinery, grading for rail road tracks for the million dollar Portland Cementplant which is surely to be built at that place. This is to be the largest plant of the kind in the South. It is one of the great industries which are going up in Eastern Kentuky and Tennessee and we are certainly fortunate to have this great property erected in this county. It will be a great benefit to our citizens in many ways and it is hard to estimate its value to the citizens of Mt. Vernon, for there are so many things to be considered. These people will have a of $2o,ooo.oo to monthly pay-ro$30,000.00 and a great deal of it will be spent right here in Mt. Vernon if we can arrange to give them a chance to come to us. Many ot the employees will make their homes in Mt. Vernon to have the advantages of our schools and to be away from the confusion of the factory plant. These citizens we need and must have. We must get to work and build a first class road to Pine Hill and it must be done at once. One of the officers of the company told me that if we could get the road built, he would build his home in Mt. Ver-noand that it would be a nice one. Others of the company will do likewise. They will furnish us electric lights and power all we can use and cheaper than we could get it any otherway. I have said too much already but will say that I haven't got the cork halt way out. Let's get busy for the road to Pine Hill and a new hotel tor Mt. Vernon. Let everybody ll n r LY NG I A PROWSE BIPLANE ifffo Sm&ifcr TkWWX.;.. 11 t "H 111 MjnjwM; V- li Kllsf" ! . . . '' ;&??& v -.1.5. & KZZTJT. ' 7 Perhaps the one tli.it will be used at the BRODHEAD FAIR August 14, 15, and 16, 1912 making two flights each day flies a In addition to this machine as shown in this picture Mr. Lockwood cross-country passenger carrying tractor biplane propelled by a seventy-hors- e power motor, " flights. carrying passengers for ' We are unable fo announce at this time which machine will be used on the dates and at the place above mentioned. The flights of Mr. Lockwood have attracted much attention throughout the country. Beginning June 1st we will have published some interesting to our coming exhibitions. facts?-pertainin- g ' iVrrta. h SELBY SHOES Its nothing to the discredit of other Shoes that SELBY SHOES give more service for the money Some Shoe has to be ;he best value, and the SELBY happens to be that one SKIRTS help and help quickly. Lets get together at once and start things Tf there are any with a rush. "doubting Thomases" send them to me. I have the proof of what is doing. Yours very truly, W. J. Sparks. NEW ENTERPRISE WHOLESALE AND RETAIL t mJr that OUR STORE DON'T BUY ANY OLD SHOE has been carried from season to season but come to where you will find hundreds of the snappiest styles ever shown in this town. GET A WHITE BUCK SKEN OR A CANVASS Everybody is doing it, and this is the only place you will find the correct things in White Shoes. GET A TAN, GUN METAL, PATENT, VELVET or VICL Just so it is a SELBY, you'll have the best fit, style and value you ever wore. fV ktf I SELBY SHOES PRICES gives rest to the soul, for women $2 to $3.50 OTHER MAKES LOW AS $1.50 WALK-OVE- R SHOES er Don't judge the value of Walk-Ovby the price. They are worth more Shoes For men Sign $3.50 to $4., Look for the f MtWWw Walk-Ov- er SUTTON & McBEE THE EMPORIUM Rev. John Soward preached a. verv interesting sermon tft a iafge audience at Friendship last $m--daC. E. Mucins traveling salesman for Arn,old, Hamilton a.n.d. IjVWn, of Richmond was here last week calling on the mer Let us show you our- line chants. WlP-- . Penny and family ofAL-WOOSKIRTS of Clarence, Ky., spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr, and Mrs. W. made in the newest styles, H. Hurst. trimmed or plain two Little Rissie Riddle was with piece Skirts. . her grandmother, Mrs. J. L. Thompson last week. Miss Daisy Thomas who has been very sick is 1 able to be out aain. Mrs. Mary Jane DeBord has gone to make her home with her daughter, M:s. C. H, Herrir, her Mr. Graves, will likely move to her old place. flen Catron is visiting his sister Mrs, W. F. DeBord this week.Gran Sowder was at Somerset last Monday 00 business. Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Owena spent last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Shell. J. H. Vanhook, ot Ocala, was with his sister Mrs. O. J. Mullins last Misses Mollie Owens Sunday. 1 and Ora Brown were the guests V 1 1I Misses Maude and Jalia of .Thompson Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Isaacs, of Woodstock, were,with Mrs. Isaacs' parents Sunday. Miss Viola De Bord letunwd from - ML Vacaon 1 1! life! L ESCAPES AN AWFUL FATE County A thousand tongues could not express the gratitude of Mrs. J. E. Cox of Joliet, 111, for her wonderful deliverance from an awful fatt. "Typhoid pneumonia had left me with a dreadful cough, she writes. "Sometimes I had s,uch. awful coughing spells I thought J would die. I could get no help from doctor's treatment or otbey ingI medicines tiU I use Pr-- . But I owe mk New Discovery. life to this wonderful remedy for f scarcely cough at all now." Quics and safe, its the most reliable or all throat and lung medicines. Every botile guaranteed. 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle free at Chas. C. Davis'. Flour - Meal - Shipstuff - Hay Corn - Oats and Field Seeds Merchants save FREIGHT. TIME and MONEY in getting their supplies from us LET US CONVINCE YOU H WE BUY CROSS TIES ADAMS & GRIFFIN West Main Street near Eailroad Crossing MT. VERNON, KY. LETEL GREEN. HOI1 lip Fj BARGAINS IN y. SHOES Men's $450 Shoes - - - - $3.25 " ' 3.50 " - - - 2.75 a 3.25 4.00 Oxfords - - a 3,50 2.75 - - $1.50 to 2.25 Ladies' Oxfords Misses' Oxfords - - - J. 25 to 1.50 - $2to$6.50 .... f! son-in-la- w A lot of Ladies' Fine Shoes at cost. Call and see our line. Our shoes are good and our . . PRICES RIGHT Ipi it NOE & DAYS Sunday she ws the guest of Miss Lenora Parrett while there. Edd Brown spent last Thurday e night with his sister, Mrs. McWilliaras at Bee Lick. Miss Isabelle Ping is very sick? with mumps. Mrs. Emmet Hasty of PVeacbersville, spent last week with'ber fatfcer, M. M. Brown, Eu-euen- v is k mW . who remains very low with bronchitis. Dr. Isaacs and Estil Price are the champion fishermen of our town. They have made two trips to Buck creek of late but they never tell what they caught. F. E. Gentry spent Sunday witl relatives at Qaail, l ',- ti" i s . -- i Of HmW"MMi - VV tfirrrie rv- - 'irffin-arrrrfvi-a-Trr- r' WIT. -- .r "v tv f S-? ,HfcV KOLD HICKORY JHIP3. Every school house and 'railroad introduced into California in t,re y early part of the Eighteenth train and station in Kaunas. It looks :is if Teddy would have by the old Franciscan fatbeis to get another hat. Every school hoube and rail Friday, May 24 19 12 road train and statioa iu Miss who left so broad a mark upon that The square deal is being overregion. The grapevines they im- worked. issippi. ported came from Spiin. Oner of Published every Friday by Every school house and railroad We don't kno v yet whether these called "La Vina Grand." train and station in Oklahoma. mat EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. and growing near Santa Barbara, u is irneknock-kneed- ,ncoDie sKins masesi e women but the Every school house and ra is the largest in the world so far season will soon be open. train and station :n Massa- as is known. Its truuk is ten $I.OO chusetts. UBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR Taft men declare that their can leet in circumference, many of ' didate will be nominated on the Every school house and rail- its brauches are more thau four on road train and station iu lew a feet in girth and the arbor over first ballot aud that hence thev Advertising rates made known Every school house in California. winch the vine is trained covers have no fear of a "Dark Horse". application But a wild broncho is something The State Capitol at Harrods-burg- , 10,000 square feet. In ifs shade else again. more tnau 800 people have Pa. i ! i As yet no practicable method Every public building: iu St. gathered for picnic purposes, and MEMBER OF ot bailing out discovered KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION Loujs Mo.: E. St. Louis. Ill an equal number for casting their has heen the Mississippi. Portland, Ore ; Boise, Idaho; Little, voles or listei8 to political dis $nns The New Jersey lady who, lived Rock, Ark., Ithaca, N. V.WWI. CUSSIOHS. TlllS colossal vine is in its youth as yet, having been to be I04 because she never w.'ried i lg W. Va.; Fargo, N. D ; Rutby a Spanish woman in probably hadn't heard of Colonel's Vt.; Aberdeen, vWash.; planting land, Georgetown, Penn.; Maryville, 1842 It has produced in a single third term campaign. Ind.; Colorado Springs, Colo: season as much as twelve tons of It Taft L as bad as Roosevelt is already twice the says, it would not be safe to trust Camden, 5. C; Elgin, 111 avra grapes It cuse, N. Y ; Childress, Texas; size of the famous Hampton Court the Colonel to "pick out" any AN ACT vine in England and is still growing more officials for us. New Kochella, N. Y. PROHIBITING PUBLIC The English vine is 150 jears Problem from psychological enForty State Boards of Health DRINKING CUPS old and ranks second in the world gineers; Was the fainou.--; judical agree that the public cup should lor size. Ik Force June 10, 191- -. teuiperment blown up from the be abolished. Near Los Aneeles is another. inside or the outside?. Twelve of these boards expect called the ..Trinlly., because of drink- officially The use of the common T. R. must be content to be the to abolish the cup in its three prjncjpal branches, which ing cup on railroads trains, and in the near future third Lincoln, it we take the "Col though older than "La Graude", railroad stat'Oiis, public hotels, Thirteen other boards need covers only half as much ground . onel s" own word lor it in 1908 boarding honses, restaurants, cr authority from their Legislatures It was a very large vine as far that Mr. Taft is the second. steamboats, in stores or other pubIf you want to know if good for such action back as 1S00. All the older grape licly frequented places in Kentucky roads are a good thing, ask the The Colorado and Nebiaska vines of California are of the No person is hereby prohibited. horse. or corporation in charge of the State Boards of Health will ask ; Mission and Rose of Peru variety TheSweedish people have preaforesaid place, and no person or such authority at the next sesJon 'and appear to be immune to all sented King Gus with a warship ordinary pests. corporation shall permit on said of their Legislatures. tor the royal navy, the other one Jiducauonal campaigns to enrailroad train, in railroad stations, WHAT EXTANS ADMIRE. public hotel., boarding houses, lighten the public regarding the ic Vifmrtv itinnrnni! Ills nrrrrAl, having been worn out. , ... Tw,,c o,.o u . "'",S V' "M,""' ,,c r ,BU,u",m' "MU,W"8' aiuira' .'Hanowsnlnnhlin rlrinlnna vsp1q I" Hugh Tallinan, of San Antonio. Sir Robert W. Perkins M. P. to are being carried on by the au- - "We find,' he writes, "that Dr. opines that the United States any publicly irequented place in States. 'King's New Life Pills surely put wastes too much time on elections. Kentucky, the use of the drinking thorities of thirty-twcup in common. There must also Sixteen railroads now give the new lite and energy into a person Now and then a Britisher can see be posted in a conspcuous place, o ition to passengers to purchase Wife I believe they are the best a joke. stomach. The unknown gentlemen who '!?"?'or .?:xcelleut by the individual or corporation,I individual cups for one cent. kiduey troubles. 25 cts liver created so much excitement in by the drinking water contained. Twenty seven railroad presidents Cbas. C. Davis'. MMffi : in any of the places mentioned in would agree with the action of London by appearing at the fSS foregoing paragraph, a warning health authorities in abolishing iOR Sale: I nave decided to opera in a black dress skirt ra ay m TIME IS THE BEST TEST cardboard with the above printed public drinking cups. go to farming ajd will sell my saw have been a Pittsbunr millionaire! No remedy without merit to fl can long- hold a placo la feel at home. thereon in large letters, so they public lavor. Municipal authorities in a dozen miH with band saw complete, 16 it. trying to Save can be easily read. Any person o- - Initioriris nro .minrPmfii!1v go-- line snuit Wltn PUUeys 2 Ke- - It now seems possible that Con- Ballard's corporation violating the provisions e,innnati (live yourself a mc common cups fronisaws with mandrels and will sell crrfss will hf in sp;;inn nil uimmfr this act. shall, upon conviction schools, of And here evervhodv has bean ' g ' 300,000 ft. of timber about 100,000 for $1,000, tlue in parks, public streets, be fined in any sum not less than theaters and department stores. ft" cut in lhe woods and on the looking for a little respite before' four 3' ears. Plan t o 11 .;n yanA. vi :n aiSU sell a large the fall campaign. i one dollar, and not more than ten mm III pay it off in monthly r1nfknrtc tirwin tli frt ;. dollars, and each day's violation ot . Rhacc 50lk of work oxen weih 1 000 lbs 3 Hum Stood (he Tcs t of Time, b installments of $'J(J. f ifYhtctimunr rt rno rtfimir rfloorninnr i " sw provisions of this act shall be ,, Another proor or tlie great j the ana two log wa.ons. Will sell Deposit your pa"ments u: B Ji or ii oon- t M merit tlnu.Uy this icincui r of iiiCrcati considered a seperate offense, rs for a bargain to the right man i. in this bank, on ou't. w ho it. :iu 3 . cj'norary ailment . From Collier's Weekly. 2: ah. . punishable by fine in the amount sold at once. For Infants and Children. account. The timber is on 3 jut u.u a regular ia:nIv tcni.'ly. It is a itaadaril that .lever laila named above. what was part of the George The Kind You Wm Always Bought The census figures show that The deposits you ".lien useu ror tuc purposes lor wliicli it is KitcnUcd. All laws inconsistent with this illiteracy is decreasing in Ken- Ltvesay farm 3 miles from make and the interfg Try it for cuts, burns, bruises, Bears the cores, swellings, irost Ditcs. S? 2' act are hereby repealed. i chilblains, rlicumatlsm. neural- as V" Maretsburg and five miles from ' tucky. est they earn will give It is not vanishing at so Signature of CJrszjCrff-T&jtrjfj t$ eia, sciatica or the manv exter (Passed by Kentucky Legisla- rapid a rate as the friends of edu- Mr. Vernon. you a nucleus of a nal ailments of horseflesh. It quickly anj work Governor' cation could wish but it is going, vill ilo its you so r.ot withture, Session 1912; Call on or write me at Wabd, Ky larger fortune; your effectively be trill out it. signature, March 12, 1912.) Wm. Price. nevertheless, and there is enough will Lame Shoulders is nearly always next thousand Price 23c, 50c m JamcsF.Ballard.Prop. aa 51.00. evidence of educational advancedue to rhematism of the muscles, come more quickly and St.Louis.Mo. TUBERCULAR DEATH RATE J. M. Hewell. a popular PK ment to give cause for general gist of Greensburg, Ky., drug- and quickl yield to the free apmore easily. Use Stephens Eye Salve for so ays, Sore Eyes. It Cures. In the decade from i9or to 1910 gratification. Save 31.000 at this "We use Chamberlain's Cough plication of Chamberlain's Linithe death rate from tuberculosis 5oloAmo Recommended & In 1900 there was reported in Remedy in our own household ment. For sale by Chas C. Davis j bank. Beirin to do in the United States declined from Kentucky a total number of and know it is excellent." Eor New York Post: Mr. Taft says it NOW. 196.9 for each 100, ooo persons illiterates over 10 years of age ale by Chas. C. Davis. that be can't read what Roosevelt living to 160.3 a decrease ot of 262.954 out f a population of TJie People's Bank COXNBROH'N A. B.FURNISH said of him four years ago without POT AND KETTLE. iS 7 'per cent., wnile the general I.589.6S5. Iu I910 the census MT. VHRXOX. K Brown-Furnis- h New York World: It is no long- blushing. The Colonel wou'd like death rate, including all causes of enumerators found 208.044 il- death, declined only one half as , literates in a total population of er merely as a candidate that Mr. to hear a compliment that could U. G. BAKER. President. 7(Ve do a general Real Estate Roosevelt appeals to his part': make him blush. J.I'.K. DKL'MMOXI), Viee.-P- . fast, or at the rate of 9.7 per 1,722,744. The percentage of IJlbusineds: handle town and farm Pittsburg Post: K It is Cheap (property, do abstracting and F.L.THOMHSOX.Jr., Cashier. cent illiteracy which was 16.5 in 1900 He assumes the tone of a dictator. ' (( on CL.VUDE C. COX.Ass't. Cash. A montn in advance, although 200 vulgar, debasing politics in whicti i,( ' you pass sell titles. This encouraging statement is had declined to 12.8 In 1910 If want to list your prop- an exaggerated ego vies witn a delegates are yet to be chosen, he weather- - vane. made by the National Association witn us; li you want to buy we The fact that there were fewer The American can save you money. for the Study and Prevention of illiterates by nearly 55,000 in 191 o notifies the convention that he people may well niemor ze Mer- Tuberculosis. It is gratifying, of than were reported in 1900 shows will be nominated on the first cutio's words: "A plague on both ' course, to the association as indi that our illiterates are beinjj re-- ballot, and that any other ac- - your houses!" and utter them in1 wtfflmang&Bme&Hits&i active that the campaign against duced at the rate of more than tion wul be Plan fraud. "You'll the most effective way in " &C2$3ClyL$pJ tuberculosis which h.s been with- 5,000 a year, and is more en. take me, not Taft, or I'll make out effect. There are many con- couraging Tlie campaign for trouble for the party,' is his latest tributing causes for the decline in better education is having its effect ,inreat- - ls tn,s terrible tighter FOR FLETCHER'S the death rate and the association It may not be possible to wipe out bluffing? Dare he bolt? mentions among these the change our illiteracy entirely. Older Com-- 1 in the character of our urban monwealths than ours are unable! a population, the improvements in to do so. but there is manifest hope sanitation and the better housing here in Keuluckv of cutting down Diis is the reason why women have " nerves." When thoughts begin to grew . .. cloudy ana uncertain, impulses iag ana uie warnings 01 pmu ami uunc mc methods which now obtain in many the per2entage to a, figure which Hke flying messages throughout limbs and frame, straightway, nine times in ten, a of the American cities. Incident- - wjji DUt Kentucky several notches woman will lay the cause of the trouble to some defect at the point where she first T n if kT "!" wifpnirl o and I. J,. .(. ?. knnl'rtnkn t runcnlinn fi ally it is noted that in certain higher on tile educational scale and f1. nervousness, something must be wrong with the head or back, a uncontroiiable cities, such as New York, Boston, enable her to OCC.ipy a position woman naturally says, but nil the time the real trouble very often centers in the uuu icn Cleveland, and Chicago, the de- among the most progressive States womanly organs, in nine cases uui uifor itsiuc scui ui uic uiuiuuny ncic, inflam- a cure. The local disorder and woman should take rational treatment cline in the tuberculosis death rate of the union. mation of the delicate special organs of the sex should be treated steadily and systematically. is much more marked than in the Illiteracy is decreasing .among Dr. Pierce, during a long period of practice, found that a prescription made where you will country at large. both whites and blacks, and in the from medicinal extracts of native roots, without the use of alcohol, relieved), over 90 campaign meantime there is constant im per cent, ot such cases. After using this remedy for many years in his private pracThe of goods, which tice he put it up in form of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, that would make it always find listed the has been of .value in bringing provement in educational facilities easily procurable, and it can be had at any store where medicines are handled. .. V about better housing and better for both races. This good record are sold for a fair margain of profit Goods Mrs. Lila B. ILuvrnxs, of Zeus, Va., writes: " I had been failing In health sanitation in many cities. It does mi!St he maintained until there for two years mo t of t'..o tlnie was not able to attend to my household duties. and I thanks to not deserve all or even a major areffocd schools everv where there Female weakness was my trouble strong tvas getting very bad but, bottles of ' Doctor Favorright and soldjiright are the kind of again. I took only three Pierce's medicines, I am well and and jisc4 the ' Lotir of the credit for this, of is need for them and until the ite Prescription,' wonderful medicines." ii Tablets.' I have nothing but praise for share Doctor Pierce's always pays to buy. course, but it has been unquestion- percentage of illiteracy is brought goods v TAKE DR. PIERCE'S PLEASANT PT?ILFTS FOR LIVER ILLS ably a potent agency for better to an irreducible minimum. Motro has always been to The good showing conditions. For soreness of the mucsles ' made seems fu'.ly to justify the violent exerwhether to our customers 2 the very best goods of the National Associa- cise or induced byChamberlain's -- prediction injury, tion that "when the effects cf the Liniment is excellent. This lini possible for the money. present rapidly increasing pro- ment isalso highly esteemed for I vision for the cure of tuberculosis the relief it affords in cases of customers for the patSold by Chas. C. shall have become evident rheumatism. patients Davis. v and asking a continu in the the decline in the death rate Ky LARQEST GRAPE VINE. consumption in the coming rom future, I In all ages and in all lands the .decade will be even more marked ance in the last one." been famous for grape tree has than that in COMPLETE LINE SPWf JiM very 4a U I longevity, Vines in Italy and France. uuis W A. truiy,t Coffins, Caskets and Robes. v. are certainly known to be three WHAT HAS BEEN DONE. Cup Has and to some cases as much as four , AU Mail, Telegraph or Telej T,hb Public Drinking ' centuries old. Pliny, the Romau Been Abolished In Vernon, j. phone orders Promptly and railroad naturalist and a trustworthy writei Filled. Every school bouse mentions a vine the age of which in Wisconsin train and station years- Every school bouse and rail- was 606 number of vines were road train and station in Michigan. A great soooooexSteicafcx VERNON SIGNAL X 'lTi'Vy' " y ijJT'T'" Vr I'r'i'i'i"?' 22S5tiK5; til airm cei.-tur- ATTINGS sea-s'hor- j We are showing a splendid line of Mattings, Carpets & Rugs J j We guarantee the quality and the Drice shows for itself. Inspect our line belore you buy what you want in furniture. Come and see our line If we do not have what you want, we will get it We are next door to Fish. ' s B. McKEWZ n THE FURNITURE MAN . o fr jimm:. U One Way $1,000 ....... .,j SNOW ILINIMENTF vi- -.; 1 j i j-:- CAST'S33 unm av-inj- Realty Co. I ( j ( 1 Children Cry jPtCXJS3C VI CASTO Rl A g. . j BkWS 'W&SW&3" l KE AN EYE ON THIS SPACE EACH WEEK, is bet XCX 3f&3C$33 bought that it Our givt GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER Brodhead y:tFhanking the T- upnage my past - am i -- fc JONAS McKENZIE, Mt. Ky' i pcx! &? '-- -- fe- It .iibtite f 3Pr 5c2 .rr.,g?yy-r"'r'.- . t'-,":-- tt -' r ft pjfi: "(" TFf 7, ii. 5 aaKMMtMCll MM ESBsagm mil MM sS Let Fish clothe you once and Fish will clothe you alsvajs Mt Vernon, Ky., May 24, 1912 Wear Wunder Hose 4 pairs guaranteed by Fish, to wear lour T7riCnliap"No.79" whePVQ months. i vouwanltoCoramuni. & 3 r cote with SIGNAL Born to the wile of Alfred at Wildie, Wednesday a fine ten pound girl. MT. VERNON SIGNAL -- Lc-ge- LOOtSVLLC 4. N ASHVILLC R R. CO. sold Will Todd of Level-Greea six ear old horse, to D. R. ; Gentry, tor $162. n, DO YOU KNOW WHAT THIS LABEL MEANS to you? TVILOR-MADE TH I S I LADY ik wearing one of our new to )jy w ' J 1 2-- 2 Stop at Sutton & McBees, when you want good biggest and 4.4G p m best line in Town. ucrtn 24 norm White canvass and white Buck 353 a m 11:38 a id skin shoes and Pumps, at :3 south 12:19 am 21 South Sutton & McBee. Jas. Landrum, Agent. Dr. W. T. Frances, dentist is Phone No. 58. now at his office in Mt. Vernon and in the future will be permaEntered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice nently located here. mail matter. as second-clas- s Round trip ticket to Louisville TIME TABLE. FOE Symmer Model Shirt-Waist-Shir- ts MT. VERNON, KY. PERSONAL for 3 99 June limited to June Miss Ella Francis was in London Saturoav. Paris Sowder was in Jellico first of the week. Mrs. W. II Baker is visiting her daughter at Pans. Mrs Sadie Moore is with friends and relatives at Berea. Mrs. Chas. B. McKenzie has been verv sick, during the week. Miss Stella Anglin was the guest of Miss Lenora Parret Thursday until Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Miller are visiting, Mrs. Miller's mother, near Paint Lick. Mrs. W. J. Sparks and Miss Mat Williams are in Louisville and 26th. 30th. on account 24 20 this label on the inside of your coat means a lot to you. It means that the Garment These are the newest that's new in Ladies' Wear and, as usual, we are the first to show them Shirt-Waist-Shi- rts of Kentucky Educationnl Association. Round trip Louisville for 3 99 May 28th and morning train May 29th. limited to May 31st. on account of Democratic State Convention. ( GUARANTEED, yes DOUBLY GUARANTEED.! lGuarsnteed to be Guaranteed to give YOU is All-Wo- ol They wont suit everybody But, they will suit most any young lady who' wants to wear the new things We don't care who she is whether she is dark or light tall or short lean or fat; they will bring a smile to her face a twinkle to her Come see them to day. Price $! eyes satisfactory wear I insurance He is getting things in mighty good shape, for the Big Fair, Aug.-7-- 8 and 9. We Fill Them Promptly With the Best Values In Stock and Prepay Express Anywhere on Orders of 5.00 or mort Wm. Bullock has the new track at the Mt. Vernon Fair grounds, most ready, to use. This track "WE STAND BY WHAT YOU BUY" will be open to the public, as soon AND as finished. How A car load of tools tor use at for a few days. 1912 FOR Miss Mary Maxwell arrived on the Pine Hill cement plant was the late train last night to be the shipped in this week, and the work of opening up some of the coal guest of Mrs E. S. Albright. H IX Tuesday by a crew II w2a Dr. W. A. Jones and McClel- mines was begun GUN METAL Hutchcraft. TO land Mullins were over, from of meu under Mr. u iq.gc alli wop OH Wildie, Wednesday, on buisness. Supt. Kincer requests to say To yver to yo.if . TAN sinciion THE PLAOE THE STYLES COME FROM John Williams, of Somerset, is that the County Board of educaBUTTON Mrs. Mary tion will meet on May 28 to receive with his grand-motheWilliams, and o'.her relatives for a bids, lor the erection of six school Everyone is insane on some par We are showing a big line of new . It is up to the town to I'liiniHf'r. This is one of the ruHi ipc of ciieir neanannp; rpsnirs . houses in the county. Bidders are few days. irnm n ..&.w.. ticular subject. Sutton & McTW. the pike over town hill and while the telephone. requested to have bids ready by skirts. There are more disordered condition of the R. L. Lsngford and Mrs One day's worship will not the board of trustees may not have numerous romances. Many a love stomach, and can be cured by the The last pay for the schooi children are spending, the week, that time, the right to collect any tax because story is told over the the wire, use ot Chamberlain s btomach balance six days' hypocrisy. teachers, has at last come. with her parents, Mr.and Mrs. Mar Tha Graded School will close, rl A rtC tit n -. many a love-sicAT tTlA nOPf rt swain pours out and Liver Tablets. Try it. For p- He is a wise man who can keep u' 'y cus Sigtuun, near Wildie. on Friday, of next week, May 31, sale by Chas. C. Davis. C. B. McKenzie has purchased his heart story over the wirp. iiiey uu nave me ngnt IO issue Ping of with closing exercises on Thursday the stock of goods of R. L. Lang-for- d his face closed at the right time Mr. and. Mrs. Jack bonds and build the road, and vwe Lawyer (to the ludge) Would Liberal, Mo., are theDroud parents night and Friday night. The on Richmond street and took When the call comes the operator it be contempt ofaourt to cnli fail to hear Prof. Acheson hopejio see it done, just as soon as Don't of a fin girl, which arrived a few will be drills and marches, charge several days ago. We have at Presbyterian church Tuesday' nossible. at the switchboard does not know your honor a ciook and a thief? 1 days ago. a musical play and a liberty flag. not learned what Mr. Langford whether it is for the police station evening. Judge It certainly would. A. B. Furuish was at the Audi- The patrons of the school especially expects to do. Brodhead. which has always run or the fire department. Cannot Lawyer -- Then I won't take the When a man's down his enemies torium in Louisville, Sunday, with and the public in general are ins.o smoothly, is now having her tell whether the midnight call is chance, your honor. Tomorrow is the democratic stop kicking him to let hjs troubles, and it is overside walks. ror a physician or for and under 12.000 other people, and heard a vited, to attend these exercises. convention to name delegates to friends begin. sermon delivered bv Wm. J. Admission free to all exercises. Robert Burton and Oscar Spoona-mor- e taker. Can not know what the HELPS A JUDGE IN BAD FIX. the State convention, etc. All The mumps are plentiful in town Bryan. are charged with attempting call may mean. Justice Eli Cherry, of Gillis "The Deacon's Tribulations" democrats who can possibly be and are not confined entirely to to intimidate J. H. Wagoner, the Dooley was here presented at the Graded School Mills Tenn., was "plainly worried Miss Maggie present should be at the Court the young ones either. The daily melodrama of switch- A bad sore on his leg had bafileil concrete man who was building the from Berea, Friday taking the Duildtng last Friday evening was House at 1 o'clock. board willgrow as the world grows. several doctors ad long resisted was the one of the best comedy plays ever Teachers examination and And some churcn members seem the walks, because he was working "I thought it was The value of the telephone is in- all remedies. office of the At the Secretary to think it is up to guest of her uncle G. T. fohnson presented in the town uy local the minister negroes, and the number of promi-uea cancer, he wrote. "At last I citizens here Saturday from creasing every day. and family. used Bucklen's Arnica Salve, and talent. The bills announcing the of the Rockcastle County Fair to make good for the entire conAss'u Brodhead Kentucky, may Brodhead interested in the case was completely cured." Cures arrived play had this sentence, "All the Miss Rose McFerron gregation. Of course there are monotonous burns, boils, ulcers, cuts, bruises be seen some handsome special shows that there is considerable S turdav. from Alderson! Okla actors are stars of more or less A- man never knows much until feeling ampng the citizens, which days and many of them, but still and piles. 25 cents at Chas. C. premiums, which has been donated homa, where she has been teaching magnitude", and each and every that element of uncertainty is the Davis'. to the association, and which will he is three score and ten and we hope will soon pass away. We lor two years, to spend vacation one did raqst certainly display ex- then he hasn't much use for know what strife in a little town keynote of the telephone operators with relatives here and at Pino come natural talent i.s well as good be given away at the coming Butcher "Come Herber be daily work. It may be to summon knowledge. will do. We have had the experlively now. Break the bones in Dill. preparation, but to. ljttle Edpa hibition. a physician to usher an other life J)o not fail tq ask to see the Mr. Poynte.'s chops and put M Hobe McClure, a son of Wash ience, into the world, it may be for a Thompson's ribs the basket for Jake Williams is here from Davis and John Lear, the colored special in premiums, and ascertain the McClure, of near Livingston who Somerset for a visit to relatives' boj, is due special mention. him." Thursday evening, at the. Presby generous donators. was sent to the school of Reform He recently graduated lrora the Herbert. "All right, just as It Church, was held the Solace to the departing soul. terian Last Friday and Saturday was soon as I have sawed off Mr. We acknowledge receipt of the for breaking into a box car, has High school of that city with the closing exeicises of Welch Marrow. may be to alarm the police of a Griffins leg He the examination, for County cer- announcemaut of the marriage of been pardoned by the Governor. and wrapped up Mr. highest honors of his class. A program of recitations orations murder committed or it may be to Adams heart. tificates. There were forty apMiss Mary Stewart, a daughter of will enter Harvard next year. The report is going the rounds and music was rendered. There summon the parson to unite two plicants and we understand that Judge and Mrs. Isaac Stewart, of H. Hancock has arrived irom more Is there anything in all this A. that small pox is raging in Brod- were three, Miss Agnes Eberhart, hearts. than three fourths, of the world that is of more importance Fla., to Mr Casper pushDeLand Baltimore, and lend as hand in head. There was one family had Miss Katie Price and Master Ralph number made good first class grades. Telephone Topics calls attention to you thon good digestion? Food ing the work along on the big It was the easiest examination has Howarth. of Pennsylvania, which the disease, but they are all well Griffin were publicly presented must be eaten to sustain life ard plant at Pine Hill. Mr. Hancock been sent out in many yeais, and will be solemnized in the Church and the report is wholly unfounded. with Certificates, from the county to an interesting feature of the tele- must be digested and converted phone service. The life of a tele- - into blood. soent last night in town. He is we believe that it is fitting to say, of Christ, at DeLand, on Satur When the digestion board of education admitting them Mr. day the 1st. of June 1912. Prof. John C. Acheson will de- to the County high school, and the phone operator is really a mela- - fans the whole body suffers. much pleased with the outlook. that any one who could not make Word comes from Nevada, Mo., a first class out of it should make and Mrs. Howorth will reside at liver an address at the" Presby- grades made by each were very drama. No one can conceive ot Chamberlain's Tablets are a rationterian church Tuesday evening commendable, so much so, that for the tragedies that are enacted at al and reliable cure for indigestion that Mrs. Eliza Parks, an aunt ol more preparation, before trying to Chester, Penn. flow of bile, at which time will be the com- that reason Miss Ida May Adams the switchboard, the tales of grief They increase thestrengthen r he writer, is in very bad health , nothing but firsts teach, and purifv the blood, the A large blast was fired Wednes mencement exercises of Brown the Principal of the school, at a late that are unfolded, the scandals that stomach, and tone up the whole She should be granted under such an fliud kas been for two years. day. in theSparks quarry near ereep over the wires, the sudden digestive apparatus to a natural Memorial. uderwent a ?erjous operation last examination. date decided, to bave the exercises town, consisting of five 52 foot calls for help, the news of fire, are and healthy action. For sale by Friday and her recovery is duhtr Miss Dora M. Fish, act;ng that they nughbe publicly present- all stories told over the telephone. Chas. C. Davis. Qlerk S. F. Bow holes of six inches in diameter. Oounfy Court ' lul. of the Woman's Board ed with the certificates. This was man tolls a most remarkable story The stone thus broke from' the treasurer Welch Marrow first vear and has Judge L. W. Betburum is In Mr. hill WJU make foqr thousand yards lot Horne Missions and other triends of rats etealing chickens; receipt of an autographed photoday.at been a very successful one. Bowman aas that on Wednesday of ballast or one hundred car loads. Stopped off yesterday for a from Wm. H. Taft, presigraph dormitory on their re of last week he took from his There are 15 other holes ol same Langdon The Presbyterian church was dent of these United States. In fnra, the General Asincubator 91 chickens, all of which dimensions, already drilled, which turn home taxed to its full capacity last eventhe presidents' handwriting is also will be fired later, requiring some- sembly at Louisville. ing by interested hearers to witness expressions of friendship and good were thriving and doing well. thing like 2.000 pounds of dynaMe placed tnem in a brooder in wishes to the Judge. Cull McClure. who is known as the recital of the music pupils of meat house and on Sunday mite. his Miss Claudia Dodson. Every piece 's the best humored old soul in the Rev. Donahu, fiilled Rev. morning when he went to teed Contractor A. E. Chilton has county, has a two cent piece which rendered showed earnest work and place at the Christian church them not a single chicken was to completed the three miles of pike thoroughness in training, and the he claim's to have carried in his Sunday and preached two excellent; be found. He saw signs indicating and same has been accepted by the pants for 2? years. A two cent fact that Miss Dodson will not sermons. Rev, Donabu is the where rats had carried away his county. Judge Bethurum, Judge piece to likely return net year, is sincerely 27 years old is nothing pastor of the Crab Orchard church chickens and following up, had HLewis, Contractor Chilton, the brag . onj money wont spoil; bu.t regretted hy Mt. Vernon people. and we can readily understand why gone pnjya short distance when gve magistrates and a number of Last night was the beginning of what, most people a.re interested in the Crab Orchard congregation are came to the plape whgre he found gters went over the oike Tqesday is how he made his. pants last so the closing exeroisesof Brown Mehim, so well pleased with Absoiufmfy , the 91 chickens carefully scored 30d. found the work intjrely satis long. morial, is the undergrad away and all dead but fqur. factory, repetved the road and uate evening at Langdon chapel. LOCAL Near the place where he found made allowance to Mr Chilton ' The Town Board has prepared Sunday, Baccalaureate sermon by M Used and , the chickens be also found a rat tor the full amount due him. TUe ordinances ordering concrete Monday evening M Rev. Watson. xA Lovells Lane will be widened at pas bed with a number of young ones Court was so well pWsed walks to be constructed on West High school entertainment and end beginning at Gentry's East jgjj jw which had done the mischief. By that they notonlv paid, MrChil-'sideo- f "Williams street from Main Tuesday commencement proper shop on South side by having use of his guu and the assist ton every dollar he asked for but St., to railroad , crossing Also and lecture by Prof. Acheson. fencing set back in line with other the of bis faithful bird dog the unanimously voted him the thanks on South side of Adams street ance portion of the lane. za The only Baking Powder made Now is the time to get rid of your rats were soon no more but the of the court and gave him. a letter from the small section house west Jk find g& You will KENTUCKY BOTTLING CO. revenge in taking the lives of the to that effect which letter" is made to' corporation Mne. This will give rheumatism. from Royal Grape Cream of Chamberlain's Liniment wonderKy. London rats did not serve as any consola- a record of thecourt, for the the people of that end of the Tartar made from grapes j effective. One application Manufacturers of soda pops. Hop tion to him fur the loss of all his splendid and workmanship like village to come to Main street in fully" convince you of will its merits. ale and vinegar. Orders solicited chickens, of which be had boasted manner in which therwork was winter without wading ten inches Trv it. sale cby- Chas.' C. For EST rL i r ir r utwi satisfaction guaranteed. done, so much. Davis. mud. Sec E. R. Gentry of the Ml Vernon Fair, is a real live wire'. LOOK FOR THIS LABE-LOn the next Suit you buy and get clothes Send Us Mail Orders NewSprlng Summer LADIES Is This SUITS $2.50 $20. $3.50 u-ry-- iU W8lrBC r. .... t- 1 S? 7 1 ft.,- - k ex-ercii- nt - Tiu-sley- 1 BAKING POWDER m Royal Pure praised by the most competent and careful 1 To-nig- i ht s side-Fisc- al try cooks the world over -- m g - ?' r r j' fyvrtfraj""'Tl': N- - " 4-- r,yf'-y- Trt ''fr yw'.'.t-vJ- a. ibSiOatCJiaEsEaBr 1 AjaSfai CI.1jto returned home. to-da- JSS-.,- . S A Sheriff T. J iThis too contributed wonderfully 'Niceley, of Mt. Vernon, was in in making Mt. Vernon the City , f The Mt. Verr on Mrs, A. it is L G. Falin who is (learning to our t:wn Monday. be a dispatcher seems to be 0. Taylor will in a lew days leave Fair Association which was Tc-da- y organized some 5 or 6 years, y K. The Livingston Lumber Co., for Louisville to visit relatives. VI t. Veronn pe pie', who has 3o hands employed are Miss Nettie Rice is. in Stanford ago by a few wMilii-MATo-morro- w Someone is proved to be one of the c:rvatest i A few visiting relatives. cutting 2oo logs daily. Tor Infants and Children. now Rev. James attributes to the ma ring of the more, plants throughout the lonesome couatry like this and tihe idlers Barnes, of the Soaggs Creek city of tod iv Tbe association YESTERDAY is but a dream, ouly a vision, The Kind You Have well lived makes every ye&terday a dream of hap-p- i bui would have no excuse Dr. section was in our midst Sun is making a strong tight to have and every a vision uf hope. Therefore aiittin-itieto holn the ies Green, of London, was here Sun- - day. Mts. J. J. Baker, of Pongo the stale no. yesterday nor brinjjyour account to place which , was here Sunday enioute home State Fair at this Bought day. Wade Graves the tele-ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT." THE BANK OF MT. VERNON 33J h&s moved from Mt. Vernon where she his looks as though we will lnd it. phone manager here A party .of young folks motored Then our hope is that all your moneys will bring you happithe exchange put up new lines been attending the teachers exness, ami prosperity, and all your reoollectiou.s of yesterday will ting (lie Stomadis andBcwefeof installed more phones and is amination. John Lear, of Carico, over to the citv from Brodhead briri'.j you jrreat .satisfacticn and all your dealings and relations was here Saturday. Mr. aud last night to attend the closing with this Bank will bring you great prosperity. still working on the lines. Well BlA..Jll?.reK73WnH w.im.riiiiii:ia.i we have talked about the pike Mrs. C. E Rice and son, Earl, exercises of the Brown Memorial ftflT. BANK will start Thursday to London, School which institution has and the bridge that ''we wanted IT MT.VERNON. KENTUCKY p Promotes DfceslionJCkeifut C. C. WILMMS, President. W. L. RICHARDS, Cashier. but not a blessed word have Ky., to join a fishing party. grown to be one of the largest ness and RestContains neither Opiuni.MorpMnc norMocraL we Leard yet. Well we will hold The party will go to Rockcast e Female school in the State. W. Prof. T. A. Houston and NOT NARCOTIC. few days and if we still hear Springs for ten days stay up H Ponder who has had typhoid family motored over from Shelby- ij' nothing we will give tbem Hail edpeofOMDi&IELFnMR. again. So you officers fever for some time is slowly ville to be present whn several Columbia Rccfta Sttd ji!xScma at Mt. Vernon get busy, you improving. W. M. Preston is of his old pupils Graduated at know it will not be long until on the sick list this week. Miss the Mt. Vernon Graded School. JtiCaieodruii another election and a pike will Annie M. Walton has returned It is to be remembered that Sugar ' home from Barboursville whrre Prof, was a strong man and left be mighty nice to travel over to ftasw signs ot his good works done here she has been attending school. I L-Jsee the dear people. Anerfect Remedy for Consflj l W. H Preston, of Belmont, has some years ago. f R. B. Same who has been Hon , Sour Storaach.Dlarrtoea s3o2hl. 'VYorras.Com'ulsions.revensii-nesW. H. Fish, b h. Thompson sick for a few days is able to be rammed to his home after a lo &M' W. M. Jr. and Dr. ahirley Tate motored andLoss or Sleep. ps?:' at his post of duty, at the round days visit with his son, over to the city of Wildie to SW. Franklin, the Preston. Facsimile Signature of house. S. C. get their old friend Chas. C. 9tilVJi watch inspector, of Mt. Vernon Davis, late of Winchester Ky., NEW YOBK. HOWS THIS. was here Tuesday. Mrs. Andrew who almost wept, when he saw We offer One Hunured Dollars Yaden, of Etawah Tenn., has reold a few days Reward lor any case of Catarrh what great advancement the turned home after visit with her brother, Joe that cannot be cured by Hall's town and county had made. dertheFooaarf W3$20. Guaranteed. Catarrh Cure. Omary. S. P. Love, of Somerset THE THE DEMONDS OF F. J. Chenney & Co. Exact Copy of Wrapper, has returned home after a ten SWAMP. THI CINTAUH COMPANY. NCW TOKH CITV Toledo. Ohio. Shiplet. We, the undersigned, have are mosquitos. As they sting they days visit with R. Mrs Maggie Martin is visiting known P. J. Cieney for the last 15 put deadly malaria germs in the years, aud believe him perfectly blood. Then follow the icy chills relatives at East Bemsta'dt. honorable in all business transactThomas Jones who has been ions, and financially able to carry and the fires of fever. The apsick for a few days is able to be out any obligations made by bis petite flies and the strength fails; also malaria often paves the way at his post again behind E. L firm. But Electric deadly typhoid. Walding, Kinnan & Marvin. ior Cockerells counters The R. II. Wholesale Druggist, Toledo, O. Bitters kill and cast out the -- XL. VERNON DO. (Jo., has carpenters here putting Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken malaria germs from the blood; room dwelling house internally, acting directly upon the give you a fire appetite and renew up a three PRACTICAL at Sinks. We understand that blood and mucous surfaces of the vour strength. "After long sufMcClure will occupy it system. Testimonials sent free. fering," wrote Wm. Fretwell, of Wash UNDERTAKERS Lucama, N. C. "three bottles Mrs. J. P. E. Druromonds has Price, 75c. per bottle. Sold by all drove all the malaria from my FUNERAL DIRECTORS, 5 returned from Knoxville where Druggist. Hall's Family pills for system, and I've had good health ra Take and eve since." Best for all stomach she has been visiting ielatives constipation. EMIULMEKS 2 liver and kidnev ills. 50 cts. at for a few days. Chas. C. Davis''. Mt. Vernon, Ky. rs M. G. Warren, of Pongo, is Pleasure of Dont Deny Yourself A LITTLE OPTIMISTIC BUT with R. Shiplet, the butcher. SHERIFF'S LAND SALE. NOT WHOLLY WITHHome Mrs. R. B. Sams is very sick Goob Piano Music in I will on Monday, May 27th, OUT FAITH atth;s writing. We are informed piano is the greatest of all pleasure instruments for the home The Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of . & N. R. R. Co., will Mt. Vernon a city of lonoo 1922 at the front door of the E and it ii no longer necessary to be an accomplished musician in order that the zc: " ork for the company. spend several thousand dollars population, beautifully sinnti'd in court house in Mt. Vernon sell at ZZ to play it. public auction to the highest and Hearse sent to all points zzi Human Ingenuity has made it possible for anyone to play a piano at this place in the near future. the central part of Rockcastle, SrOrders by wire promptly tilled. by means of perforated music rolls thus eliminating years ol tedious The old coal bins are to be county, Ky., one of the wealthiest best bidder the following tracts of practice--an- d Manager placing the responsibility of correct playing on the. piano torn down and new ones erected counties in the tnte, inade so by tend for taxes due the county and rather than on the pianist. state. which are to be of concrete and its once unknown resources, such E Office Mt. Vernon Monumental Building PHONE 112 W. B. Dillingham 165 acres near it will require labor and money as coal, iron and stone, the to do this but when the company timber all having been cut and B. Owens tax and cost 45.05. iitiiiaiiiiiiuiufiiiiiiitiiuitiuiituuitmiitiiimiitiiiiiiiiuiii to accomplish a piece of the people tinally giving their Elmer Uouk 154 near B. Owens tax Has every device necessary to make the piano "human," but vou will starts and cost 25 6g, realize this only when you hear it played. That is why we want you to work they always succeed. Mr. attention to farming and manuT. J. Niceley. S. R. C. There are three let us demonstrate The Autopiano. It's just like going to hear some and Mrs. S. C.Carter and children facturing. great pianist play only there is no admission charge. have returned from Boston after large stone manufacturing plants a weeks visit. Mrs Nora Jenk- a'l doing a remarkable busiuess. FOR FLETCHER'S Dealer ins and sister, Miss Ethel Hays, The City of Mt. Vernon now has are visiting relatives at Jellico, the finest of paved streets and WINCHESTER, KY. Since thej the corners are carefully guarded Tenn., this week. left Payne, the lineman, is having bv tratic police, to see that no For nearly ten years, at different times, Mrs. Alary Jfhks a great deal of wire trouble in one is injured in the struggle of of Treadway, Tenn., suffered with womanly troubles. She s that direction or that is an ex- the stieet cars and says: "At last, I took down and thought I would die. I cuse for him to go that way. Ky. they pass hauling the masses as Mt Vernon, could not sleep. I couldn't eat I had pains all over. The Little Miss Elizabeth Lemonds to and from their various places doctors gave me up. I read that Cardui had helped so office in the late who has been very sick for a of business ' Home, andformerly occupiedresidence many, and I began to fake it, and it cured me. Cardui on Old Dr. Myers Our line of Couch JCaskets few days is greatly improved. "The Rockcastle", the best Main St.," Mt. Vernon. saved my lifel Now, I can do anything." is unexcelled J. P. E. Druintnonds is beautify- hotel in this part of the State, Am at my office at all times. Hand-mad- e ing his residence with new wall with its handsome lobbies and Coffiusfurnisbed paper. its commodions parlors, is conC.C. Hearse sent to all parts of 0. E. Rice has improved the stantly having boquets thrown ATTORNFY-AT-LAthe County looks of his property by placing upon it by Senator Smith and MT. VERNON. KY. a fence around his yard. All orders by Wire Promptly Filled old Gov. Miller of this place, If you are weak, tired, worn-ou- t, or suffer from any of On 2nd. floor o' Messrs J. P. E. Drummonds, W. when they come home from the to weak women, such as headache, Church the pains peculiar E. Gray, and 1. G. Falin were capital to see their dear ones The Bank of Mt. Vernon , on given feelings, pains in arm, side, hip backache, dragging-dow- n street. Special attention in Lebanon Monday night. who reside here. Mt. Vernon to collections. or limbs,, and other symptoms of womanly trouble, you Phone 94-MT. VERNON, KY J. H. Browning had a fine cow has 75 miles of the finest pike Phone No. 80. should try Cardui, the woman's tonic. Prepared from perto die Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. leading into it that can possibly fectly harmless, vegetable ingredients, Cardui is the best David Lindsay has rented Mrs. be made, which the people of the remedy for you to use, as it can do you nothing but good. .). Mary Hagans property and has city of Mt. Veruon give all the It contains no dangerous drugs. It has no bad after-effecgone to house keeping. Cam credit for which she is Ask your druggist He sells and recommends Cardui. Mullins, of Mt. Vernon was here If you could only see the people UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER Write to: Ladies Advisory Dept. Chattanooza Aledidne Co.. Chattanooea. Tenn Monday and in a political conver- as they come hi from out in the for Special Instruction, and book. "Home Treatment lor Women, sent tree. 54 sation he admited that ifTaft ccunty now and see them as was nominated the dems would they once came in would at get the next Prasident. Cam has once think, that there never not forgotten the last election could have been such vast imand perhaps he has seen the hand provements. If you would like 3CC $3&y2gx:1& writing on the wall. Miss Geor to know how this was all brought worKs 8 Saves eyes; saves money. Your dealer has it In barreis direct iroir gia Amyx who has been att end- - about, I can tell you in a few K m school in Mt. Vernon has short words. There met in the Auto Oil. e Motor Gaso'tne, I Krftaery at Warren, Pa. little drug store of C. C. Davis some 4 or 5 men who had the city at heart and at once declared themselves in favor of piking MR. PROPERTY OWNER-St- op! our county ana oanaea tnem- rpIvps together and made as Consider! Why not use the best their slogan "pike Rockcastle". possible when YOU pay the bill? Every one put his shoulder to wheel so to speak and in a few week thmgs were on foot and before the people hardly knew it work was begun in every part of the county and you can Monumental VINttSTON, rt i ester-da- mm CASTORIA Always I I TO-DA- Y to-da- s to-da- y Age(aberVeparalionrorAs-sfmilmfngiteFoodaiHjRegut- a . THE OF VERNON Bears the Signature AjJ AX I 1 fee s j for uvi Thirty Year !jjU;ii CASTOR I I afti B DPKET 3 The Your Own Having g COUCH METALI CCASKETS Coffins and Robes. I-- GEORCE OWENS, The AUTOP1ANO R B. ENDICOTT, g C-i.Jd- rri Cry CASTO RI A W. T. FRANCIS, "Cardui Cured Me" I UHDSETAKEB JbiMa auto-mobile- Dentist -- Williams, I CARDUI Woman'sTonic W. A. COX,i S C.NK5LARY ts. to-da- se ;-- ccpcar lUsk-Crad- "No-Car- b" tanforH. :e33Cp: 3cce3cxxc' There are lots of Drug Stores in this land of ours that sell Drugs, but the Drug Store for the people is the one that gives the purest drugs obtainable. Try us and let us prove ourselves the one. Yours, CRAS. C. DAVIS Hanna's Green Seal Stands for everything that is best in paint. The pigments used are properly proportioned and thoroughly compounded. STUDYTHE FORMULA AS SHOWN ON EACH PACKAGE "HANNA'S GREEN SEAL PAINT is Hri to Wer" FOR SALE BY MounlVeriioii see for yourself what the se' quel of that little meeting in the drug store did. ;works Mt. Vernon bosts of having a house, two'whole Konntififinnt-ronto and fiftv of the 'VipEAliEK, handsomest retail stores in this Granite Monuments a I Restate. NOE& DAVIS , fc.N.sj -- connects1 us witn which claims tbe largest cement r and of all Interurbans yna Estimates furnished me am y , OT,niwion. 3C$DIC&X& Chas plant in the United States working something like 3ooo men. Phone 112 GEO.OWENS Propr. Phone No. 39 C Davis, Druggist MT. VTRNON, KY. XOC)IC3lC H , . ' I- - ..