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Mount Vernon signal: May 31, 1912 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1912 mou1912053101_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: May 31, 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. IP' , ontfinftigha ii7aai Published Every Friday VOLUME XXV. PINE HILL. G. H. Reynolds died on the 17, or May aud was laid to rest on the 18th, in the Pine Hill cemetery wilm 1 MT. VERNON, 9mS1& msM PIPilIII folks this week, Mrs. Albert Albright of Lebanon Junction, . is witn relatives this week. J.B. R. S. Shivel was in Crab Orch- ard, Saturday. Etta Frith hasre U'ike was in Cincinnati last week, turned home, after spending Wallace Haggard, Joe Carter. several weeks, in Danville and A. M. Hiatt and R. L. Smith Stanford. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. were in Livingston .Sunday. Tate wore in Mt Vernon, Sun- A. M. Storms of Corbin, is with day. Mrs, Daisy Hunt was up his parents, Mr.. and Mrs. I. R. from Crab Orchard, a few days Storm for a few days here this last week, she took her household week. Etta Frith is attending goods to Crab Orchard, where the commencement at Mt. Verthis week. Mrs. J. J. she will keep house. Mr. and non, Mrs. J. M. Owens were in Mt. Painter is visiting relatives here Vernon, between trains Sunday, this week. Homer Wallen was the guests of Mr. and Mrs. in town Tuesday and Wednesday. Mrs. N. G. Carter left WednesGeorge Owens Grace McCall and little Fannie and &allie Brooks day, for Knoxville Tenn., where she will spend a few days before spent Sunday in Maretburg. Mr. and Mrs. R L. Durham of she retujrns to her home, in Plains Tenn. Sallie Owens Mt. Vernon, spent Saturday and Sunday with homefolks. Misses near Maretburg, is spending a Pearl Tyree and Bertha Roberts few days with her cousin, Dollie were visiting in Rowland last Owens this week. Mr. and Mrs. week, the guests of Mrs John W. C. Turpin spent Sunday with Roberts. J. N. Marlow, Henry her brother George S. Griffin at Brooks and Henry Webb were Buckeye, near Mt. Vernon. up fiom Stanford Sunday Mr. O. V. Tarrett was over from and Mrs. R. L. Smith of the Cooksburg, a few days last week. Mrs. John Robins has been Hiatt section, spent Saturday and Sunday with their daughter, real sick for a few days, but is Mrs, A. M. Hiatt. Earl Shive better at this writing. Gracie was up from Stauford, Saturday Griffin near Spiro, .was'with her and Sunday. David Craig was aunt Mrs. W.C. Turpin Tuesday. Owen Cass was up from Stan-'o- r down from Mt. Vernon Sunday. J, Tuesday.. George S. DurDave Roberts was here from ham was at home from Sparks' Louisville, with homefolks Sunday. Mrs. Cbas. Pike of Corbin. Quarry, from Saturday until J- - H. is" spending a few days with Rev. Monday. Wagoner, the concrete man was on last Fridays and. Mrs. A. J. Pike this week. C. C. Howell was down . from train enroute to London, KyC Livingston Sunday. Jack Walter Robins was jn the Ottawa Perkins and Willie Holmau of section Monday, also in Mt. VerGrab Oi chard, were in town Sun- non, same day day. U. B. Cass is at home from LEBANON JUNCTION. Harlan this week. Mrs. Emma Capps of Lebanon Junction, is Mrs. Thos. Capps is visiting with her mother, Mrs. Bettk her sister Mrs. Albright, at RowBrown this week. Edgar Tatum of Riley s, was in town between land, and will visit her mother, trains Monday. Gracie Prest n Mrs. Bettie Brown, near Brod- -has returned to her home n,7"- - "- - - :r ,. BKODHEAI). I -- iMtlllL ROCKCASTLE COUNTY KY., FRIDAY, MAY 31. 1912. Established 1887 DUMBER 35 He leaves a wife and several children and a host of friends to mourn his death. On the 18th. Mrs. Smothers died and was laid to 1 est on the 19th. in the Griffin cemetery. She leaves a son and a host of friends to mourn her death. Also on the igth there was a burying in the Pine Hill , son of Charley a cemete3-Brother Bell Thomason's wife. conducted the services at the school house. Mr. Editor it looks like that Pine Hill will soon come to tl.e front after being dead so long. The work has begun in earnest. There aie quite a number of men at work opening the coal mines and making cross ties for the company, and there are 8 or 10 carpenters here to go to work on houses for the laborers and we understand that the company wants 40 or 50 men at once to work on the railroad track and other work. Mr. Hutchcraft is here and several other gentlemen who belong to the company or We represents the company. learn when they get the plant in operation it will give work for 5oo to 800 men. Then that will give us a town of from 4000 to ESCAPES AN AWFUL FATE 6000 population. Land is going A thousand tongues could not up every day. Uncle George Doan express the gratitude of Mrs. J. E. sold A. J. Pike a site for the Cox of Joliet, III., for her wondererection of a store house a few ful deliverance from an awful days ago. Have not Iparned the fatt. "Typhoid pneumonia had left me price he paid. Sam Reynolds writes. with a dreadful cough, she "Sometimes I had such has some lots in front of the awful coughing spells I thought I Baptist church and has been offered would die. I could get no help a fancy price for them by several from doctor's treatment or othey parties. Win. Hansel has been medicines till I used Dr. King'I New Discovery. But I owe mk offered a nice price for bis property. life to this wonderful remedy ior 1 is building a nice scarcely cough at all now " Quics room cottage on the hill near auu saie, us ine most reliable or, 3 Wm. Hansels store. W. R. all throat and lung medicines". Thomas and Wm. Mardis are Every bolile guaranteed. 50c and doing the carpenter woik. We Sr.oo. Trial bottle free at Cbas. C. Davis'. understand that A. J. Pike will commence his store house in a FOR FLETCHER'S few days. He has the lumbar Sam-Reynolds -- already sawed at Tom Paynes' mill. Tom Payne will move his mill on tte companys land at once to cut lumber for them. It is to be hoped that in a short time we can hear several whistles around Pine Hill. As Mr. Sparks writes in last weeks paper, we hope to see a hotel in Pine Hill as well as Mt. Vernon. We have four stores now in Pine Hill and will soon have another one and we expect the company will build a large commissary soon. Then we will expect to keep all the business in Pine Hill tbat we can get. Then we can compete with our sistei town, Mt. Vernon. Whoop up Pine Hill and help to push the good work on. It will prove a blessing to the county. Mrs. John Sears has come from Corbin to spend the summer with her sister, Mrs. Mary Hansel in Pine Hill. Charley Baker and wife and baby are visiting his parents at Pine Hill this week. Buck Sowder is here from Lebanon Jet. to see his father-in-law- . His wife is with him. The Holy Rollers had one more time at the school house Saturday night and Sunday. Preachers Dads, Blackburn and Charley Scott preached and all hands shouted and danced the Holy dance. It was a jubilee with them. WRITE the SECRETARY of the Brodhead For N -- fair Premium List OF THE COMING EXHIBITION Tel-lic- o We have our premium list ready for distribution, and incase we fail to mail you one, drop us a card, and you will get a lis of this years' Premiums. in tions NOW- - toma&e yejur prepara Catalogues will be ready for distribution July 1st. IIEW ENTERPRISE -- -- Berea, PATENT, VELVET s ' " All . Mr Aioart, awuiKer, xratis. . T. . his home at Tellico Plains Tenn mgea u.uuuL sixty, aiea ana was excitement caused bv the fire . 'T Walter and Dave Roberts of.Qumea &unaav evening in tne Friday night hastened the end. OTMHHMiHH May wood , were in town Sunday. uomns cemetery, near .Belmont He was ths father of engineers WHOLESALE AND RETAIL J. E. Wallin was with home- - He had been in failing health for Tom and Barve Wilker. Roy J Mullins was painfully but not seriously injured while ffghting fire Friday night. A large pane of plate glass broke and feU upon him, cutting some ugly gashes in his arms and legs.J Prof, and County Merchants saye FREIGHT. TIME and MONEY in getting 'their supplies from us Mrs. C. W. Campbell left Tuesday for an extended visit to relatives LET US CONVINCE YOU in Lexington, Frankfort and IrIts nothing to the discredit of other Shoes that ving. They will not return before v WE BUY time to begin the fall term of the SELBY SHOES give more service for the high school here. Before return-inthe Prof, will visit several money Some Shoe has to be ;he best value, eastern cities. Jenkins and H eft, the restaurant men, have bought and the SELBY happens to be that one of Dr. Johnson the lot upon which West Main Street near Railroad Crossing his drug store stood which was burned Friday. They will begin MT. KY. of a large concrete the erection where yo carried from season to season but come to building at once. Other buildings are soon to go up on same square this towu will find hundreds of the snappiest styles ever shown in by different parties. The first this iown. shipment of fifteen car loads of watermelons passed through here Everybody is doing it, and this is the only place you will find the Monday. The strawberry shipments from points south of heie Shoes. have I been the heaviest ever or VICI. On Us so it is a SELBY, you'll knowii. From fifteen to seventy, have the best fit, style and value you ever wore. five cars per flay passes htre. Mrs. Albert Albright and Mrs. i J. T. Painter are visiting in Rock Let us shp.w you our. line castle this week. Mr. Lester -gives rest to the soul, for women of SKIRTS Hilton and wife, of Stanford, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John made in the newest styles, Nevieus first of week. Sam Rob.. .. PRICES trimmed or 4 plain CORN-FIEL- D erts has been transferred to the Skirts. st "t. Livingston-Cozat- t helping service AmwxYI for a few days.- - T. VT. Newland went up to Brodhead Tuesday. OTHER MAKES LOW AS $1.50 MUa Hawkins, ironrtne lunch I counter at Brodhead is hex with his family a few days. This town, was visited by one of the gQt destructive fires in its historv r)nc ,, - after spendinf-8eera- i frVk?i- - , trrifVi n vr. r n 101 vi ti1a utac i. n- - .1f.A . .. UappS .- 1S auena,n imi 1. jaaR.weeK, tott; -... tq.i. encampment1 - knights. . Templar . restate OMIdren Cry 1 1 CASTOR SELBY SHOES ( DON'T BUY ANY OLD SHOE rrctsTjarWtoe SKIRTS Flour - Meal - Shipstuff - Hay Corn - Oats and Field Seeds CROSS TIES g ADAMS & GRIFFIN that OUR STORE VERNON, GET A WHITE BUCK SKIN OR A CANVASS Just get a tan, gun metal, FARMERS Call For SELBY SHOES ALL-WOO- L ows urning ri Plows Double Shovel GARDEN & HOES & two-piec- e $2 to $3.50 WALK-OVE- R A AT $2tp$6.50 - Stock & 1 Vitii Don't judge the value of Walk-OvShoes by the price. They are worth more. For men er SHOES "Sign last Friday evenjn,g whjch was first discovered, on the third floer of Aaron. Jpavis1 dry goodt store The ftoiseg soon leapped across Dr. O. B. Johnson's the streetr-1 Poultry Food Guaranteed Xl WW ITT about six o'ciooir. it was im possible to gt to the fire to try to drug; store, the up the, $3.50 to $4. Look for the ' 5P Walk-Ov- er If J Mrt r SUTTON AmWmmmwmmmwmmmmmmmmmmmmMWmummm & McBI 4 I mm Mb t ' w mT t takiag everything on its path. Every house jn the Jriock burned which included Dr. Johnson's drug store, Jeakin's peoi- room, Tatero's barber shop, R. L. HQcVer Hetel, now run. by S. K. Uudd's. Jawclrv store, tha IT P. Okrk, was saved only by,the hard- Hall., a reekleBce ow&ed fey Heft fight, a also was Kosey's ew krjfe" store, MobleyV ctothiuf: .Bros. Daciweapiea dj - street IN0& tp-.W- d district will soon be rebuilt- - and od-&- AmmFmmmmmmm)t yjmmuui - Mm 'Wmmmmmmmmmmm rmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmW tOMiana Mr; ur.-rpoer- -s - JKwmmmJk-A'TZm&- THE. EMPORIUM, M ".. ? F 3 !mmmm vjs. . 'i - - r' lH ,- mmWmW - . v &Af-- ' z ', ' " frJr r , -- -- - W V"'HP5' f r SE" 'Yr J- - i mmmmmmmmmmmWBmW' J'My-pjjp- .. ed. evtrrfchior met. L. Muild but, the bftMwce sttueretL k4el loss' except, perhepe , berber A few rtkle. Tie a Tro,-iYe. y f -- v reeideaoe. umI R. jr. of more substantial and com hi ious buildiags. The Cumberlasd Telephone Co also suffered siderable loss, as aff their wires storaoi Bfywlisr's barbetr 'sImoi i aaAnt.iBr t.kai i Th etttire loss w varioaslr eati- - wora n nf fnm.wun -i 6,090 aited fro days, and a crew of foar or lye " aaya wuioa iar or Trrr: s.rr"ci nt ..i..... ,- ti -- ; - ym&Gk HtfEr ' r , u ?nBHH9KB? TSTsSlMfcLi -- "ivi,-t- -? J J " -"- ' . sj t vi v. -. ' - v uii. .. ior I x. !) - ll" .? A 5 1 Cd. " J -- j .sssa3fiaffspjacjjwflKMyB3iE ' V.-- ' r " '. $I.OO gftY 4&ftietiBi&:i!, wr-i.?-- fiwm vw . s - ' j- - -- , tT "r - "X- - fi. l ,r- " - .-. "if." i"' , -- .2" if Slr-- . T" w Milllfc "V i '" . "- - Si. WpagggT; rrwritrSSHiBiSji -- '"'WWMWii rJ3J;g?MwHMiM"MHlPMi 3;ii iM3lEiWk'JWM33NregBBSS&wftaBB I Ml". VERNON SIGN Friday, May 31, 1912 Published every Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. UBSCRIPTION ONE YBAR Advertising rates made known on application MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION LIY1NGSTON. Messrs George Martin, "W. A. Rice, Bernard Hagan and others attended the conclave at Paris Ky, Wednesday and Thursday. S. E. Penniugton is repairing the Eight Gable Restaurant. J. M. Foure is building a new residence on Main St. and is ainting his house himself. This may seem strange that a blind man could paint but he is doing a splendid job. W. M. returned from Preston has A. Oliver was in Louisville. J. Mt. Vernon Tuesday. We see in the columns of the Signal a letter from Mr. W. J. Sparks and we note that he asked that a pike be buili from Mt. Vernon to Pine Hill. This is all right but he stoped five miles too soon and we had a talk with Judge Lewis and he said it was certain that a pike would be Built to Pine Hill in the near future and eventually to Livingston. We are not so much interested in the pike as we are in a bridge. Give us a bridge across the river and we will not name the pike. So you will find us camping on your trail until this is done. Miss Nettie Rice has returned- - from Stanford. J. P. E. Drummondsisin Knox-vill- e this week. Mrs. J. B. Hayes received a message Tuesday that one of Ed Quinns children was very sick and she left for Paris on the noon train. G. D. Cook is sick at this writing. R. M. Proctor, of Mt. Vernon, is working here a few days while John Mullins is taking a lay off. the battleship pa rade into San Francisco har bor at the opening of the Pan International ex position there will be a program ol events of world interest and impor tance in a succession of two montbt apart interspersed with lesser events- racht races and motorboat races of ai international character for great tro pules and cash prizes, aviation meet with the famous bird men of tb world, Olympic games In which th athletes of the world will take part, iu tercollegiate contests, automobile race-Iwhich the holders of the world!? records will participate iu the automo biles of every nation, military munen vers in which the crack Infantry and cavalry of this and other uatious wil participate upon an extended scale The location of the exposition scope for the greatest international sports program in history. The auto races will pass into Golden Gat tiark before the concrete coliseum which will have a seating capacity of 75,000 people. The military maneuvers and Olympic games will also be Held in the stadium. On San Francisco bay motorboats will vie for tho world's records before tho Harbor View ite of the exposition. The yachtsmen of the world will sail from Europe icross the Atlantic to New York and hen through the Panama canal to San OLLOWlNO ama-Paciflc iill F ff nr- i- Tiri M.MI . i i hi. iii iimwiii i - - i mi r in ii iiin ,n"ir - riT-i- - mnmdbmJKKm i IILiil 1 1 Mil t'll Mil I: ANNOUNCEMENT I Yellowstone National park, Great Salt lake, Puget sound, the inland trip to Alaska, the government's huge reclamation projects in sixteen western states, the Columbia river region, the redwood forests of California, the flrK of Oregon, the big trees on the approach to the Yosemlte, Arizona aid New Mexico, youngest of the states: Nevada and some of the greatest mining campsln the world. Perhaps most Interesting of.all will be the opportun TAKE this means of announcing that I have purchased the stock of General Merchandise of n Fvf&fl ArK&&! i l"il 1JK: fyWAW tit n. . .v 4". lessen give-wide- st &, M nity forMa trip through the Panama canal either coming or going. of San Francisco Is one of the greatest miracles within the history of American municipalities. Five hundred nnd eight city block", embracing the principal business and residential portions of the city, wero wiped from the earth in 1900. Tho streets were covered in some places with debris forty feet deep, yet today a stranger to the city would never know from its appearance that a fire had occurred. - R L Largford on Richmond street where I will be found at all times trying to serve and please my customers I expect to carry a nice, clean, line and propose to sell at a conservative margin. In Dry Goods, Notions and Groceries my customers are of a clean, stock to choose from and to the farmers and consumers want to say that I have the best and largest line of saddlery, harness, etc., to be found in the county, and when in need of anything in ihat line remember me at the R L. Langford stand on Richmond street near the Graded School building up-to-d- ate as-sur- ed well-select- ed ??&?& " -- Francisco. position was first proposed by Mr. It. D. Ilale, a merchant of Sap Francisco, :n 1901. Mr. Hale wrote a letter to the .Merchants' association, and the Idea took Hko wildfire. At that time it was anticipated that the canal would bo opened in 1913, and 1913 was the date set for the exposition. An organization of the commercial bodies begun the preliminary work, but in 1000 came the lire. No one was dismayed. In a Kback built over embers hardly cool a i n.rrvr?rrK : w ..vx. wwsVXv'"aV & ' ,t ,, V vjL. ?: K X5 vm - TTVBCZaA . : 5. 1 H r .JSrfftJ-1- . .BI ', oA Wi. fiXZ w The Panama-Pacifi- c International ex- lrs - .. s, vi sJZJrv xrK.- - v JH In preparing for the Panama-Pacifl- e International exposition hundreds of ST. FHANCIS MEMORIAL TOWER. Its emissaries are visiting all the regions of the world. Fourteen governors of western states on a 4,000 mile The contributions of China" and toward the exposition In magnifi- trip through tho east on a special train cence and variety will surpass any- recently called attention to the exposithing ever seen outside of the orient tion nnd became better acquainted with and even in the far east itself. A con- - their "brothers of the eastern states. Ja-"pa- 0 The loss through the fire Is estimated by insurance underwriters at 400,000.-000- . To reconstruct San Francisco poiinfl for greater wealth than was destroyed By tire nTe and" Tar exceeded the cost of building the Panama canal. Since tho fire $242,000,000 has been expended upon new buildings alone. Today San Francisco is the newest city in the world. Its buildings represent the latest type of modern concrete structures. It has more than 1,300 hotels nnd apartment houses, with accommodations to suit all persons. Yours for business, C. B. McKENZIE, " - " Successoi to R. L. LANGFORD. n Wat:h this space each week Richmond Street, Mt. Vernon, Ky For Sale: I have decided to go to farming ajd will sell my saw mill with band saw complete, 16 It. gocd line shaft with milleys 2 s with mandrels and will sell 300,000 ft. of timber about 100,000 It. cut in the woods and on the W ill also sell a large mill yard. oik of work oxen weigh 3.000 lbs. 3 and two log wa.ous. Will sell for a bargain to the right man i. sold at once. The, timber is on what was part of the George Livesay larm 3 miles from Maretsburg and five miles from Re-saw- One Way to Save $1,000 ff Give yonrselt a note for $1;000, due in four years. Plan to pay it off in monthly installments of $20. Deposit your payments in this bank, on sav- mgs account. The deposits you make and the inter est they earn will give you a nucleus of a larger fortune; your next thousand will come more quickly and more easily. Save 31.000 at this bank. Besin to do it NOW. M Mt. Vernon. Call on or write meat Wabd, Ky W11. $ Price. Of more than $20,000,000 now appro has returned from East printed by California $7,000,000 has Roy Britton, the expert been raised by popular subscriptions, paper hanger, of Mt. Vernon, $4,000,000 is assured through a special was here last week doing work act of the legislature permitting the themselves for C. A. Blanford and R. J. counties to tax$3,000,000 wasfor exposiappropri tion purposes? Lemonds. Mrs. W. T. Amyx ated bv the state of California, and and little son, Clifford, were San Francisco has voted a bond issue This is the largest sum visiting in Mt. Vernon Thursday. of $5,000,000. beer, raised for a. world's that has ever There were services at the exposition at an initial stage. But it Baptist Church Saturday and is only a starter. Sunday conducted by the Rev. Bern-stad- t. Rev. D. G. Combs, of Morehead Ky., was here Sunday enroute to Mt. Vernon to hold a series of meetings. The following gentlemen were here from Mt. Vernon FRONTING EXPOSITION SITE PACIFIC OCEAN Saturday: Atty. E. R. Gentry, Sheriff T. . Niceley and Judge dry goods merchant placed a great International S. D. Lewis. J. P. E. Drummond iltn "Pnnnmn-Pnpffi- p their combined and Friday on Exnosltion. San Francisco. 1913." fight f servatlve estimate ofthe exposition Is was in Mt Vernon expenditure toward Mils became the battlecry in the $10,000,000. Hawaii and the Philipbusiness. Mrs. Maggie Martin 10 build a new city. J-0 Sick headaches results from a disordered condition ol the tomsch, and can be cured bv the use ol Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Ta"blets. Try it. For ?ale by.Chas.C Davis. IN GOLDEN GATE One of the directors of the exposition in now in Japan. It is said that bis niajety the Emperor Mutsuhito will iouate the use of the imperial art collection to the exposition. The board of lady managers, of which Mrs. Phoebo Hearst is honorary president, Is Independently taking up those phases" of the exposition that belong particularly to woman's domain. The setting is being prepared. With impressive exposition structures rising from San Francisco bay. with city and wooded slopes as a background and in the foreground a vast fleet of battleships of the world, the sight will be on of the magnificent spectacles of hi CONN BROWN A. B. FURNISH h Brown-Furnis- A Tie People's Bank MT. VERNON, KY. U. G. BAKER. President. J.P.E. DRUMMOND, Vice.-F.L THOMPSONJr., Cashier. CLAUDE C. COX.Ass't. Cash. P. Duke. Thomas Mullins and Miss Julia extended several hundred feel Durham went to Jellico Friday md work will commeuceat once. Robert Shiplet the butcher!' We night and were married. havent learned whether there still adding to his shpp and at were any parental objections or present he has the best shop in whether they wanted a pleasure Eastern Ky. Willie Yaden was trip. Miss Julia is the beautiful in Brodnead last Sunday. We daughter of Newt Durham and think there will be another wed- Mrs W. T. Merimee Tom is tha son of Mrs. Nathan ling soon. of Paris, are visiting McWhorter. May roses bedeck ind children, their path. John Mullins was in Mrs. Geo. Pope. Aivin Caritf He is all is suffering from a badly mashed Stanford Saturday. We imagine lie foot. C C. Howell, the proprietor smiles now. of the Eight Gable restaurant, girl while there. saw his best Mrs. A, A. Albright and little son was in Brodhead Sunday. of Lebanon Junction has been Marshal Pennington arrested visiting Mrs. J. T. Omary for a David Smith Snnday and took few days. R. S. Martin, of him to Mt. Vernonr Dave had Brodhead, was here Tuesday, taken too much bug juice and was Mr. Martin is in the seventies inclinett to be happy. N. W. and, is still full of life. He talked Bonds and Mr. Ashby, of Oakof Champ Clark and thinks his land, who own 3oooo acres of chances are good. L. G Farmer timber in lackson couuty underjsl McEee, Jackson county, was laid with the finest coal in the here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. State came through from Hidles-bur- g Ky., to Livingston looking Fred Cottongim, of Bertha, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. H. out the route for the new railCottongim. Egbert Herd of road and they said the road,twas go' but it may be' six London, is working a few, days e, months yet before work will beat the depot here. Butch With a of Mt. Vernon, was here gin but it is certain. million dollar plant at Pine Hill Saturday. Hugh Stewart is visiting relatives in Cincinnati and a new rail road here it will look like something is coming thistweek. George Hellard who had .his our way. J?red Mullinsf of foot mashed a few days ago is Mullins Station visits our town rapidly improving. The tracks I often since a.cerfairi girl has from school, Mrs John in tbe Livingston yar a are to be -Mc-ClurTe-tura- pines will contribute more than $1,000.-90each. The Pacific coast of the United States and 'the .whole west will be featured up more extensively than they have been within their history. Side excursions from the main line or stopovers upon any of the eight transcon- tinental systems terminating upon the Pacific coast will afford the visitor an opportunity to see those attractions of America that appeal to him. Tq most people the names of these places, will ;arry a picture the Yosemlte, the tory. Srand Canyon of the- Colorado, the - general Real Estate JllMisiness; handle town and farm A roperty , do abstracting and If you want to sell ist your prop-wit- h 7Ve do a 1 Realty Co. us; if you want p buy we S can save you money. jcppcxxaM: papsayc $ja&ufi jdjccxbi Pope improves slowly. Mrs. L. Therefore; Be it resolved by H. Davjs .is with relatives in Pongo Lodge No. 2q7 I. O. O. F. Berea this week. John Fields First That' the Lodge has lost a and a party of. fishermen from loyal member, his family a faithful May wood arrived here Saturday husband and father, Bro. Harper and went up the river fgie a being at the time oi his death weeks stay. We had the pleas- Nobler Grand of our Lodge. ure on last Saturday' of meeting Second That in his' death our our old friend Ike Bowman," Lodge has lost a faithful and father of County Court Clerk, fcealous member, a true Odd S. F. Bcrwman. and if there Fellow, and that we strive to was a jolly fellow it is IUe, no emulate his virture and his devotion man can wear along face and' be to the principles of our Beloved in his company. He related his Order; that we extend our heart life from infancy up to the pres- felt sympathy to the lamily 'antl ent time.old of his louging to commend them to bira who controls own a farm in the blue grass and ail of our actions and destinies his experinnce while there and and who doeth all things well. his desire to. get back to Jackson. Third That these resolutions, be spread upon our records, WHAT EXT AN S ADMIRE. published in our county papers and is hearty, vigorous life, according that a cony of same be presented to HuglfTallman, of San Antonio. to the family of our deceased "We find,' "that , Dr. King's New Life Pills surely put 'brotherr. , Eourth That the usual badge new life and energy into a person ' the 'best of mourning be worn Jer thirty Wife I believe they are made.J' Excellent for stomach, days. - Logan Rennr ' ) . liver or kidney troubles 25 cts J. E. BUMGASDNKR Com. Cbas. C Davis', ) L. M. Runner Eld. A. 'O. Giffith will preach at J. M. Hewell. a popular drugWatts Chapel Church house" the gist of Greensburg,, Ky., says, 2nd. Saturday night, Sunday and "We use Chamberlain's Cough Sunday night in June. The three Remedy in pur own household subjects wHl be the seven headed, and know it jfs excelleat. " Eor ten horned beast of Revelation . ' sale byChas.C. Davis, be-write- s, -- Carter and daughter, of Leb RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT. anon Junction are visiting relaNoble Grand J. J. Harper detives here this week. Uncle Geo parted this life May 15th 1912. I, JONAS McKENZIE EACH WEEK, where you will always find listed the beit of goods, which are sold for a fair margain of profit. Goods bought right and soldjright are the land of goods that it always pays to buy. Our Motro has always been to give to our customers ithe very best goods - KE AN EYE ON THIS SPACE possible for the money. r Thanking my customers for the patronage in the past and asking- - a in the future,! am t 7 - ; Yours very truly, ' , JONAS McKENZIE, Mt. Vernon Ky " 3 - VV IU - "JS Lt-- - ""-- , V A ML VERNON SIGNAL Mt. VBScJi Ky.j May 31,1512 tjMsmitnjm W.lll ".: t seagMa VXTrKmWmrm wwif.rrri T MUTT ct j Ji , Ffarik SoWdCr'a Wife dieu m ldst Subdayi nn -1 wt " .b- - iTt - T? f T1iliiliTWmTfflllWf l i?j.v I mm I .. a l .- .- - ' Wll i I ,ffi--ff .fi". . f- r 7 - J , - . A. A i5" ir ry ,,-,,- . ?T7?f5Erllllllliriir : . VYwiijgiitfc Sb2Sfe2 Misses white caflvass pumps for $1.00, at Sutton &. McBee. 7fColiup"No.79" whenrrQ Call y and see the new A jj you wan Uo CommunU JJ oat with SIGNAL creations, in Ladies shirts, Sutton & McBee. to-da- YOUTH and boy WANT IN HIS WARDRODE A everV Man, ' - JT? 1 (0) ToTa R. R. Co. LOUISVILLC & NASHVILLE TIME TABLE. 22 uortn 24 nortu 23 21 South ...12:19 am president Newton. Jas. Landrum, Agent. S. B. McKenzie has sold his stock Phone No. 58. of furniture and hardware, to TJ G. An inventory of the stock Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice Baker. is now being made. u second-clas- s mail mailer. south 4.46 pm A citizen has suggested that the 3:53 a m new plant and works at Pine Hill ...11:38 am be called "Newtonia", in honor of Any size any style, in low cut shoes Men's $2.35 up Women's $j.25 up, at Sutton & McBee. Old Pine Hill that has been years is sleeping .these man waking up to a hustling activity. r SSL l lr n - BLUE SERGE SUIT AND WANT YOU ALL TO KNOW THAT ''-"" Kii r IS ; FISH'S For Blue Serges Serge House" more, HEADQUARTERS of this country; and if f MM PW WW a 'It w V V s-- . . George Owens, the tombstone PERSONAL it had to recommend man, placed a monument to the Salter Robins was in town grave of Mrs. Edward Graves in would be enuf S Monday evening. the Maret graveyard, near Wildie more, we sell we more for the money Fred Mullins the Withers mer- Monday. any other house in the country The Kentucky 'Portland Co., at chant was up Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Oliver were Pine Hill have ninety men doing is so becoming to the average chap toward the preliminary work here fiom Livingston Tuesday. other color of cloth half as satisfactory and serviceable for general all-rou- nd Mrs. Frith Krueger visited opening the mines and the construction of the big plant. GUARANTEED GUARANTEED Ottenheim relatives this week. wear as a To be all woo) Tofcbeallwool To yycar to yo.ir In this weeks issue appears the Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Tate were To wear to your to be and to givo satisfactory wear, samdcuon, satisfaction. up from Brodhead during the quarterly report of our three banks and we'll replace any Serge that fades, no matter what the cause. That's how sure we which are very exceedingly gratiweek. are of their "staying qualities." Of course YOU want a Blue Serge,Suit; and naturally Miss Loretta Frith, of Brodhead, fying, nut only to the officers and BjllillllijIllpiJIIIIPjillj;!! ' you want to ebrae to lllilUflllrlrBitlliliiW?lllil HwPmli'tfii'w hjrrji HEADQUARTERS for it. guest of Miss Blanch stock holders but to the customers is the of the institutions. Crawford. tt $ J 5 Blue Serge Suit is "Town-tal- k If any one thinks there is not Miss Clarkson, of the Brown Me for her home something doing at Pine Hill, just mortal, leaves .. "' let him go down and see Forty in Tennessee. "WE STAND BY WHAT YOU BUY Mrs. F. L. Durham three men went to work, there Mr. and and little son were in Brodhead, Tuesday, and the force will soon be increased to a hundred or more. Saturday and. Sunday. ,4mmmwm1mmmmmwmW mWmSm mmwmWC3mm I WUWKib. IB ifflrni "'iMIIIIll wSmimwwwwmwk P?Y uiiMiiHiiiiiimiliiitiiii'iglifiMTii Dr. and Mrs. W. F. Carter and applicants were lorty-on- e There INL FRONT 2ft 1N.BACK little son, Charles Hicks, were up entered the County examination from Brodhead Monday. last Friday and Saturday. Fifteen Miss Fannie French, of, Wildie, made first class, sixteen second has been with her cousin Miss class, two third class and eight ALL AROUND THE CORNER ANYWHERE ON MAIL ORDERS failed outright. Julia Fish during the week. NEXT TO COURT HOUSE of or more THE HOME OF GOOD CLOTHES Ed Owens is holding down his Mt. Vernon Lodge No. 319 position at Mullins Station to the I. O. O. F. will observe Memorial The Brown Memorial school Evert Spitler, Billy George NOTICE TO SUNDAY The signal drops on the board Another old tradition knocked satisfaction of his employers. day, June with appropri- closed Tuesday night, the most all looks alike to the operator but out. It didn't frost on May 23rd. SCHOOLS. Holdmanand George Martin of Miss Claudia Dodson will leave ate service. Grand Master Otto successful year's work, the school Crab Orchard, were here Monday. The Rockcastle county Sunday it is never safe to neglect one. although it thundered on that date od the early train in the morning Breith will be present and has ever had. In attendance, the for her home at Tell City, Ind. School Association will meet early The one neglected may mean life in February of this year. an address. Other lodges in number ol boarding a pupils reached KENTUCKY BOTTLING r7-CO iu jury, in xui vciuuu. lad W ""Mrs. T. J. Niceley was at .Crab this and adjoining counties are wc aic or death. London f v inthe limit and the day pupils Orchard Wednesday to see her cordially invited. a 'pmuiiing for a great convention. Now is the time to get rid of your I uronrnMMMMrm iuoiilllBV.lul3UlOUUil)UJI3, UUI creased the numbertpalmost the rt Gnd You will ana wani every ounaay dcnom in rheumatism. sister Mrs. E. B. Bioyles who is tol& and vinegar. Orders solicited Por Infants and Children. Our people should cultivate capacity of the school. The'characT Chamberlain's Liniment wondervery sick. guaranteed. fully effective. One application TI11 Kind You Have Always Bought strawberries. A big number- - of ter of work done, was of theyery sausiacuon .JiQt neglelct;thUEachSjj,at yz Dr. W. T.. Amyx and Dispatcher fwill convince you of its merits. dollars are sent out of county every highest, and those who have witana least, The Bears the J. P. E. Drummonds were up to season for them. This money nessed the closing exercises, and Kev. thanks orthe writer are due all the snoutd attencr, goine bring Try'it. For sale by Cbas. C. Signature of to be Davis. teachers. It is S. Watson for half Georee attend the closing exercises, of The have examined the display of work gallou of delicious-- strawberries,' help to'every one interested in could be retained here. Brown Memorial. Signal has spoken ot the matter done in the several departments as which the parson gathered from ! our girls and boys. And above "I always faid Cull McClure Lame Shoulders is nearly always ! Dr. and Mrs. R. W. Dyche time and again; but few seem to offered for inspection at the Lang- his own patch. On Monday last all, let each school bring a good was the slowest man in the county" due to rheumatism of the muscles, ' came down from London to spend have taken advantage of the op don home on last Friday evening. ho hived nine gallons and herded offering. It was resolved, at the "Well what's he done now.'" and quickly yield to the free apSunday. Mrs. Dyche remained portunity to raise this crop which are convinced of the eieven gallons on Tuesday morn-- ! convention last year that each "Got himself run over by a plication of Chamberlain's Liniweek. over for the ana excellence 01 tne woric wnicn ing. These berries are of Mam-- 1 school be asked to contribute $1 is ready cash. ment. For sale by Chas C. Davis B. Adams left on the Mrs. L. the students of Brown Memorial moth size. Forty of the largest i& order that our county apportion-siz- e hearse." LivA. Pennington, marshal at are doing. Not only in a literary early train this morning for jment which has been decreased will weigh a pound. ingston, is making the lawbreakers sense, but in other lines, as Cal., to attend the mar well, to only $15 might be raised. Dear lead a hard life. He pulls every- including sewing, and that very The Democrats of 'Rockcastle friends and fellow-workerriage of her son Jack on the 5th. will it thing that staggers upon the important art, of which so few met in mass convention last Satur- Miss Kefauver leaves today, for not be a great joy, to do our part in treets and puts them .thru a her home at Middletown, Md. course of sprouts that tends to young ladies of this day know any Cay to select delegates to the State tWs gloriouS work?, Watch for xne on. unamp thing about, the art ot the culinary convenuon Miss OsKatnp returned to her m ,aler r discourage any desire or inclination department. The Clark was the almost unanimous . school has been in Cincinnati Wednesday, home j B Chestnut Pres. toward wabbling within town all that the Principal. Miss McCord, cnoice ior president. a. Sew- and lliss Rowlee felt on the early limits. If anyone in Livingston could hope or wish for, this year, ell, of London, and Wijliam Samp- - HELPS A JUDGE IN BAD FIX train Wednesday morning. wishes to imbibe to the wabbling son, of Middlesboro, were instruct- Justice Eli Cherry, of Gillis Miss Marcelene Kefauver and limit be must do so at home and by reason of the fact that up ed'for delegates to the Baltimore MiiicTpnn nlaintv Mr. W. H. Fish. Miss Tulia Fish avoid the streets for the marshal I uuui unnsunas, tne need ot room made it a little difficult to handle! convention and Hon. Woodson May A bad sore on his leg had baffled and Mr F. L. Thompson Jr., Miss will surely get them "if they the large number of students suc- received the endorsement for State several doctors ar.d long resisted Margarite Lov-l- l and Mr. R H. don't look out". all remedies. "I thought it was NO ALUM, NO LIME PHOSPHATE cessfully, but now that , the new Central Committeeman. Miller composed a party of young a cancer," he wrote. "At last I In view of thecomiug exhibition class rooms, and rooming apartFred McLemore, people who visited, the gteat Salt a former used Bucklen's Arnica Salve, and of the BRODHEAD FAIR the ments are in readiness for the open- resident of Mt. Vernon, but now was completely cured." Cures Peter Cave yesterday. Thev were burns, boils, ulcers, cuts, bruises by Mr. and Mrs. management 'will make a special ing ot school next September, of London, was here yesterday. chaperoned and piles. 25 cents at Chas. 0. effort to get Special Trains each those in charge expect greater and Willis McKenzie. Preaching at the Baptist church Davis'. for Brown Memorial better results Sunday, June 2nd. at n a. m. and Mr. H. J. Johnson, of Nashvslle. day during the FAIR to accomo to " rhis is the reason why womea date the people. This no doubt than ever before. With the ex"I simple can't stand the toot cloudy and uncertain, impulses lag have thenerves." When thoughts begin are grow representing aNew York Company, seat warnings of pain and distress and 7:30 p. m. discourses practical ception of Miss OsKamp, the Dohorn!" like flying messages throughout limbs and frame, straightway, nine times in ten, a was here Tuesday to see Mr. will be extremely necessary, and helpful. Sunday school at lo of an automobile woman will lay the cause of the trouble to some defect at the point where she first much as the attractions, will mestic science teacherand probably a. m. Teachers meeting every 'How's that?" FranWin Allerson. with reference felt it. Is it a headache, a backache, a sensation of irritability or twitching and C,A fellow eloped with my wife many more Miss Dodson, the music teacher, Thursday bring to the fai uncontrollable nervousness, something must be wrong with the head or back, a to the purchase of the land optioned Wiil evening at 7:30. in an automobile, and every time woman naturally says, but all the time the real trouble very often centers in the people than have ever been seen the faculty for next year will be the take up the study of by Mr. Allerson, in the southern book of womanly organs. In nine cases out of tea the seat of the difficulty is here, and a same as lor the year just closed. I hear a horn toot I fear he's woman should take rational treatment for its cure. The local disorder and inflampart of the county. There may in attendance before. Revelation for next few months. mation of the delicate special organs of the sex should be- treated steadily and Every effort is being made to The closing exercises embraced the Everyone welcome; back. not be any thing doing in the Al glad to have bringing her systematically. lerson Coal feelds. nut the man make this the BIGGEST success musical recital on Thursday evenyou come. Dr. Pierce, during a long period of practice, found that a prescription made T. C. Duke, For soreness of the mucsles indieuvers and correspondence in the record of the Fair Associa- ing, the undergraduate exercises from medicinal extracts of native roots,withouttheuseof alcohol, relieved over 90 whether induced by violent exer- per cent, ot such cases. After using this remedy for many years ia his private pracPastor. cated different. tion, and to give the people the Friday evening, Eighth grade Chamberlain's tice he pHt it up in form of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, that would make it cise or injury, graduation exercises, Monday most for their money This lini easily procurable, and it can be had at any store where medicines are handled. The exercises., at the Graded Liniment is excellent. LOCAL evening and Commencement, paper school last evening, consisting of ment is also highly esteemed for Mas. LriJL B. Hawjoxs, of Zous, Va., writes: " I had been falling In health ALL ROADS LEAD TO We lead, other follow. on Tuesday evening. The only drills, marches and music was thor- the relief it affords in "cases of for two years most of the time was not able to attend to my household duties. to uuciut Sold by Chas: C. Female weaKness was my iroaoie anu j. was getting very oau out, uianicsof ' Favor J. Fish. graduate this year was Miss Ber- - oughly enjoyed by the large crowd rheumatism. Pierce's medicines, I am well and strong airain. Ir took only three bottles Davis. The Convention ot the Christian ite iTescnption,' ana usca tno iiOiion xaDieis.-Docto- I have nothing but praise for Pierce's wonderful medicines." JJPreacbing at the Presbyterian Womans Board of Missions and nice Landrum. The class address which more than taxed even the Few people get at heart of the by Pres. John C, Acheson was an standing room of the chapel.' The church Sunday. TAKE DR. PIERCE'S PLEASANT PELLETS FOR LIVER ILLS. Christiaa Bible Schools of the nth telephone' operator's real life. able and masterly presentation of little tots performed and being Tbe'telephohe operator helps along Strawberriss were never known District will be held at Pine-vill- e the Life Triumphant, while the well trained for the performance Friday evening Saturday and call may l. to be piano solos by Miss Dodsou and brought forth. a hearty applause. Jhe world's work. Each 9. A 'splendid Miss Shaler kave its individuality, its surprises To night are th closing exer- Sunday, June 7,-and the vocal solos by It was. a character of entertainment &X&3C3e3C9K& programme has been arranged for its share of tragedy or comedy. cises of the Graded school. Mrs. Smith of Danville were musi- that always pleases. is each day and evening. One of the One of the most tragic of French suits, new hats, new shirts speakers will be Pre Ident R. H. cal treats. Most all the members the close of the" Graded school Hew of the faculty and students, who which has been a very successful plays is entitled "At the Teleeverything new at Fish's. Crossfield of Transylvania Uni phone". A man being called of have not already gone, will leave year 1 Davis are thinking of versity. who' will speak at 1 1 A. today Noe & his city office from his country ortomorrow for their respec-tio- n opening another store at Spar da, M. Sunday. home at night leaves his wife is Is there anything in homes. Miss McCord will Every Christian. Bible School in No 1. tunacL near The Ky leave ad out the middle of June for world tnat is ot more imDortanec and children unprotected. the counties of Bell, Knox, Rock- .to you thon good digestion? Food telephone rings. , He takes down To sight tfee closing exercises of her summer vacation. must be eaten ftp sustain life ard thef receh er. The trembling voice ano laurel is Graded School. A splendid castie. wmue" The Frank Farmer and Miss Virgie must.be digested and converted tells him that burglais are in the expected to send one or more COMPLETE LINE program has been arranged. delegates and a report of the Sowderwere married last' week, ,into blood.' When the digestion hoase. A scream follows. Faici- Colons, Caskets and Eobes. Read the announcement of C school if not already mailed to also Mr. Henry Wilson and Miss fails the whole body sHfers! Ji 1a llrltf' Wa CkaMberlain's Tablets are a ratios-a- t ukicu .f&l he - Richmond All Mail, Telegraph or Tek St. District Secretary. B. McKenzie, theLousie Damrel. and; reliable cureTor indigestion rrrriwr to hk ear until he hears I BMrchaHt, fousdoH second. page. is asked to send name, also state phone orders Promptly Round trip ticket, to Louisville They increase the flow ofrbfle. the struggle, the death blow the purify the blood. strMithM tw What about the new hotel and time Jhey expect to arrive, to Miss for 3 99 June 24-2Filled. and a6tk. murder; of tii wife. M4 P tfce waole toJPineHill. It is worth Ida Mobs, Pineville. Ky., jm limited to June 3oti'. pa accbtfnGjS? the pike to keep oa talkiuj and Mediately, so ,arrangeme4t for of KentiKkyEaucatiOMl Aaock and .healtay c FIR FLETCKEr S actioa. Ftraak by ... 'can be Derfactod. boosting. OfeM. C, DtLjit't' ' .tK8. 30GC&H; ' Je -'- This is "The Blue NOTHING ELSE B iff jfL that it but its "Sage reputation" than We Show give No Other COlor No Blue Serge We Guarantee OurS Our all-wo- ol you " IlffilHSSiSpSBSB pHHPI Hiiii to-da- y sKiPIHIQ The Bright Spot lt We Pay Express $5 11,-191- 2 de-'iv- er m 4 m M A A -' -i 1 1 CASTOR A : -- , --- --- fe& tho-oughu- ess Lps-Angele- s, s, ! jat BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure The only Baking Powctor made fromRoyalCrapeCreamofTartar ROYAL roni-rio- Why Have "Ifferves in-a- s - -- -- more-plentifu- 3C$&C& To-nig- ht GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER all-ith- Brodhead A wua-uuiiui,- - Each-delegat- e l... Alt Li b-ji- u f 5 ks Children Gfj emtaient . -- - j . - :n .r . . - . - T3r . . . .,.. fl 4 1 "Vv i s ,- - -- 4i''1fr Y 4. ' s 'teAsVt.: J. Bh. r & .j t f - ::v CZZL i t mr - . c m.i- - mmm " .S j?' AS . J. - X "'VrP;:" - I ' CT- - i . t. ' --. . .. "T--1 y ' . -- .." CiSCWf Wl 5m "" QUARTERLY REPORT. 1HEK: 0 Dont , n Report of the condition of The Report ol the condition of The Mullins, .he Arnod C. E Citizens Bank, doing business at Bank of Mt. Vernon, doing hus:neas of Brodhead at the 'town of Mt. Vernon. C mmy Hamilton & Luxon bale man is JSrodhead tiwn To-da- y County of .Rockcastle State of Qt Rockcastle, State of Ketuuckv going ever day ' r- - . .v.ullin; close of business at the cloie of business on the iS has been wi h her daughter, Mrs. Ken tuck v at-t- he To-morro- w Tom And rso.n, ..ml sons. C K on the 18th day of May 1912 day of May 1QI2. and J. H t Ilia, the past we k RESOURCES. RESOURCES. YESTERDAY is but a dream, ouly a vision, Mrs. Mu'li s is H very p. or Single name paper with well lived makes every yesterday a dream of Loans and Discounts but Bo Mullini tten3ed health. a vision uf hope. Theiiifcnv $2395 83 j with one or more en out securety not 3'esterday nor b'.i bring your account to View Saturday church a $46,685 83 dorsers or sureties Loans and Discounts night and Stind iv. -- Mrs. Clandyce I THE BANK OF MT. VERNON Real Estate Mortgages 20,411 73 Tankersly, ot Cruise was the guest with que or more enThen our hope is that all your moneys will bring you happi6225 58 Tinie Loans ou Coldorsers as surety ofherneice, x.rs. J. M. Roberts ness, and prosperity, and all your reoollectious of yesterday will 10,827 38 Sunday. Mortgages 14825 72 lateral Real Estate bring you great satisfaction and all your dealings and relations with this Bank will bring you great prosperity. Call loans on Collateral 5243 66 Due from National Died. M's? Winnie Bovs, Banks 10,541 99 loans on ColTime of John Bowls, was called daucnter BANK I0856 03 Spei ie cash lateral 5.455 04 from eartj H1T.VERNON. KENTUCKY toh.aen Fr day May, Overdrafts ..ecured C. C. WILTJMS, President. W. h. RICHARDS, Cashier. Due from State Banks of 4,9IJ 89 24. She had been a and Banker.) 4052 83 Current expenses Paid s uw ?vvrb uuut uiwau vic-- j Specie 420 25 for a number of years. Dear par1005 20 Furniture aud Fixtures Overdrafts (secured) 460 30 ents, sisters and brothers, Winnie $100,765 26 168 22 Total Overdrafts (unsecured) has lelt a vacancy in your i.ome 646 22 Current' Expenses Paid LIABILITIES but the good father . has prepared Real Estate Banking Capital Stock paid in, her a home up yonder and your House . 325 00 in cash , 15,000 00 loss will be heavens eternal gain. Furniture aud Fixtures 2275 00 Surplus Funds 6,000 00 Melvin Barnettaud wife vial ed 1,836 73 the latters parents, Mr. and Mrs. Undivided Profits Total $5I.45 9 Deposits subject to Mose Mullius Saturday night and LIABILITIES check on which inSunday. Mrs C. E. Mullius ana Capital Stock paid in, terest is net paid 36.359 99 little daughters. Maggie and o Deposits subject to $15.00 m cash. Rissie was the guest ol Sarah A. M sses Sallie Mullius Saturday. 1000 00 check on which inSurplus Fund 37.56S 54 and Ada Mullins and Pearl Ander1272 60 terest is paid Undivided Profits Notes and Bills subject to son are visiting their eousiu, Edith Depos ts 4,000 00 Morris. check (on which interJames Roberts, the est is not paid) 24629 56 champion fisherman of this plate $100,765 26 gave a fish dinner to about 20 ol Savings Deposits (on 6181 45 State of Kentucky his friends and neighbors Saturday. which interest is paid) County of Rockcastle, j ScT, Due National Banks Born to the wife of Danche 32i 58 I, V. R. Richards, Cashier of Carpenter a fioe boy May 19. Notes and " Bills solemnMisses Amanda and Alice Martin, 3000 00 the above named Bank, do ly swear that the above state- daughters of Wm. Martin, havi $51.405 19 ment is true to the best of my about recovered alter having n knowledge and belief. bad siege of pneumonia fever. J. State of Kentucky j" W. L. Richards,-Cashier- . H. Mullins has been trying the County of Rockcastle Set. past week to kill a wild turkey I, A. M. Hiatt, Cashier of the Subscribed and sworn to before which he has seen in his corn fieid above named Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is me this 22nd, day of May 1912. a number ot times but has not true to tie best of my knowledge My Commission sxpires Feby.. 2, been successful in his undertaking A. B. Furnish I914. and belief. yet. I guess Boston Durham the Notary Public, champion turkey shooter will have A. M. Hiatt, Cashier. W. L. Richards, Subscribed and sworn to before to be summoned yet. George Livesay, me this 22 day of May iqi2. Some of the tanners are not S. H. Martin, Commission expires March Mv done planting corn yet, some are Pleasure of Deny Yourself Directors. ready to go to working over. Bob John Robins, 1914. Goob Piano Music in Notary Public, Cook, of Berea, was through this A TEXAS WONDER. R. H. Hamm, purt last week calling on the The piano is the greatest of all pleasure instruments for the home The Texas Wonder cures kidney merchants. W. E. Gravely, and it is no longer necessary to be an accomplished musician in order and bladder troubles, removing T. S. Frith, , to play it. gravel, cures diabets, ve:.k add Cull McClure once acted as Human Ingenuity has made it possible for anyone to play a piano Directors. lame backs, rheumatism and all foreman of a jury trymg a case. by means of perforated music rolls thus eliminating years ol tedious irregularities ol the kidneys and The following was the verdict. practice--au- d placing the responsibility of correct playing on the piauo Reguin boty hi en and women. HOW'S THIS. rather than on the pianist. "The jury don't think he done We offer One Hundred Dollars lates bladder troubles in chibren. it, for we allow he wasn't tuere; Reward for any case of Catarrh If not sold by your druggist, will that cannot be cured by Hall's be sent by mail on reiupt of but we think he would have 'done $1.00. One small bottle in two it ef d had the chanst.' Catarrh Cure. and seldom Has every device necessary to make the piano "human," but vou will F. J. Chenney & CO; months treatment, Life is a riddle and in the end Send for fails to perfect a cure. this only when you hear it played. That is why we want you to Toledo. Ohio. let us demonstrate The Autopiano. It's just like going to hear some have testimonials from his and other we all must give it up. We, the uudersigned, great pianist play only there ts no admission charge. T? f fur ftl last TC states. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 Irnnmn years, and believe him perfectly Olive street Louis Mo. Sold by FOR FLETCHER'S. Dealer honorable in all business transact- druggist ions, and financially able to carry QUARTERLY REPORT. WINCHESTER, KY. out any obligations made by his firm. Repo-- t of the condition of The Walding, Kinnan & Marvin. Peoples Bank, doing business at Wholesale Druggist, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken town of Mt. Vernon, County of internally, acting directly upon the , Rockcastle, State of Ken ucky at Mt Vernon, Ky. blood and mucous surfaces of the the close of business on the iS sstem. Testimonials sent free, dav of Mrv ioi2 If Home and office in the late residence Price, 75c. per bottle. Sold by all Dr. Myers formerly occupied on Old RESOURCES. Druggist. Our line of Couch JCaakets Vernon. Take Hall's Family pills for Real Estate Mortages $63,84 10 MainSt.,VMt. office at all times. is unexcelled Am at my constipation. D ie from National Hand-mad- e Coffins furnished !'! -1.443 74 City Girl Your cucumber vines Banks tin C. C. Xlearse sent to all parts of II are very interesting. But how do Specie 5.047 8 ATTORNEY-AT-LA1 ju n i... 3,100 00 iuc juuuiy you tell when the cucumbers get Overdrafts (secured) MT. VERNON. KY. Overdrafts (unsecursour? -- All orders by Wire Promptly Filled MsTOFFICE.- - On 2nd. floor o' 1,629 11 ed) THE DEmOIsDS OF THE Real Estate Banking The Bank ot" Mt. Vernon , on Church SWAMP, Special attention given 1 166 13 street. House, 10 coueuuuua. are mo quitos. As they sting they Real Estate, FurniPhone 94-MT. VERXON, KY Phone No. 80. germs in the ture and Eixtures putde.dly malaria 8,061 19 blood . Then follow the icy chills and the fires of fever. The ap84,291 85 petite flies and the strength fails; Total also malaria often paves the way LIABILITIES. for deadly typhoid. But Electric Capital Slock paid UNDERTAKER and EMBALMED Bitters kill and cast out the , $20,000 00 in in cash malaria germs from the blood; Surplus Funds Burns white, clear and 1,300 00 steady to the last drop. For g ve you a fine appetite and renew Undivided Profits 1 1.360 9 the sake of everyone In the our strength. "After long sufJamlly, Insist on having fering," wrote Wm. Fret well, of Deposits suhject to UMU Solite Lamp Oil "Lucama, N. C, "three bottles check (on wiiich in- Smokeless Sootless Odordrove all the malaria from mv terest is not paid) 33.701 59 less Costs no more than in system, and I've had good health Deposits - subject to - tvagon Kinas. terior tank Saves eyes; saves money. Tour dealer has It In harrels direct from our worfcs eve since. isest lor all stomach cneck (on. which iu HI. d UI-I- A. liver and kidney ills. CO,, LUUISViLLt, Auto Oil. U. Pa. UIL GasoUa, 50 cts. at terest is paid) 17,925 00 Refinery at Warren, Motor K iChas. C. Davis'. Due National Banks 4- 28 Notes and Bills (WiHIWIW'H EfcsssEKa Yesterday TO-IAY w to-da- TipK r 1 11 Tor Infants and Children. W Flie Kind You Have A to-ila- y 1 te50 s til iCe. n ff3 ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT. AVegetaWeEreparaiionrcrJls-similatlngikFooJanaRegiii-tmgtlicStoinaiisaiulBovEls- Uways Bought 3 Ul Bears the Signature PromolesDigeslionlkerfii- 3 Of THE OF MT. VERNON of Not Narcotic. flapiu SttJ JM.-l!eSjll- iiorJficeral. Av p tjf T 4 .Ate A A' If ?J m E jtnheSittl &OA1 pfKSXa- l- In & 55f2wo m HirmSefd- - C'cilnl Soar . . j s 6i "fc lion , Sour StomacIi.B!arrtai Worms .Convulsions rev2nst-ncs- K25Mr a jIIoss of Sleep. c FicSisi'-- Sinarare of ijhi'is' LP TSLi BWTV ! HEW YOBK. Th 11 I i m urn f Al redis-counte- d ri5&rt asjs S? &zsmi?rmm c uruiiruiii-ctu- . rTmTtT-froAisaa.v .&. ,'M'ajr5' ; nvci p mtinBia a ... .. - J .T.l.ofTnnrlaif iisiH aa is-- n i23&vi&SB&& Exact Copy oJ Wrapper. u vJf SbHe vw? S?r,Gi f.mcx.'k & ' Tt & iw r a y,s? B Sa vj W m 3 E V, ktn M 3 r? IS S -- hr ' - P TMt CriTAU COHHNV. fIM VJK CITY. HfflminHimmmimiHmunwmninmummuminmmmK 7XL. YERKOH DPKET CD. J )) PRAP.TIP.AK A W53 UNDERTAKERS FUNERAL DIRECTORS, AND S Having The Your Own Home , g COUCH SV1ETAL1 CCASKETS g Coffinsand Robes. H EMUALMKJIS Mt. Vernon, Ky, 2 g 3 2 Licened Embaliner will have charge of that line of for the company. 3 Jwork points 3 Hearse sent to all Orders by wire promptly tilled. The AUTOPIANO F. B. ENDICOTT, g Office Mt, Yernon Monumental GEORGE OWENS, Managers Building PHONE 112 g iiiiiuiiiiiiiiaiiuiiiiuiuiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii h-'- M-- ni Children Cry C ASTO Rl A Dentist Blood Was Wrong All women, who suffer from the aches and pains, due W. T. FRANCIS, UNDERTAKES Mm to female ailments, are urged to try Cardui, the reliable, scientific, tonic remedy, for women. Cardui acts promptly, yet gently, and without bad effects, on the womanly system, relieving pain, building up strength, regulating the system, and toning up the nerves. During the past half century, thousands of ladies have written to tell of the quick curative results they obtained, from the use of this well-knomedicine. wn mmmmmF zuM&bmmm S 3sfassifl&5ii& Williams, - IJj I Woman'sTonic Mrs. Jane Callehan suffered from womanly trouble for nearly ten years. In a letter from Whiteville, N. C, she The W. A. COX,! I says: "I was not able to do my own housework. My stomach was weak, and my blood was wrong. I had backache, and was very weak. I tried several doctors, but they did me no good. I used Cardui for 3 or 4 months, and now I am in the best health I have ever been. I can never praise Cardui enough." It is the best tonic, for women. Whether seriously sick, or simply weak, try Cardui Write to: Ladles' Advisory Dcpt, Chattanooga Medicine Co.. Chattanooza. Teaa. book. " Home Treatment lor Women." sent tree. J SS for Special Instructions, and ze ( ! csu J. CMeCLARY kt yxtcxP-cc. c $x&ps&x& biULL High-Grade 1 "No-Car- U" - JStanforri. redis-counte- d. CHAS.C. DAVIS yc&j&x3 jotPG983ocft $ 10,000 00 H anna's Green Seal it THE MADE -TO -WEAR PAINT" Has stood the test of time and has bees improved kt quality with the passing years. Many brands of paint are offered for sale and auite often careful acrutinv h not gives the subject with reference to the quality of the paint to be used. EXPERIENCE IS A GOOD TEACHER. TEST THE QUAUTT. Mr 0t $84,291 85 Statk op Kentucky ) There are lots :cxxci oi Drug j I 13 a difference. It is a good idea to learn mecomrjotitionof theDakt vou ntead to uae. Trier y CMiffl TraPfftT il v County of Rockcastle. J Sct. I, F. JL. Thompson Jr., Cashier of the above named Bank; do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. 4 F.X. THOMBSONjg. Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me thiW24tta day of May jgl2. Mount Vernon Monumental .? '-- j pf 1 The printed formula appears on every package ' Hanna's Green Seal Paint. ' ml ll-4v!- iV V AnnikE. Miller - akssaskkW - Jm Wm li MA'' ' Notary Public. S; Lewis, 'D. BI Southard, J. I an evidweef Igood faith and attests in tlieuf product. . This is ( Jth eoiicleftce the makers have tJ. G. Baker, Directors. FOR SALE BY -- .v NOE6V D AV4S a ' k. .- - -- m' - ABk OjLiIdr.ep Q?J ana and Granite Monuments of all Estimates furnished kinds. on application. Manufacturer of 'VlDEALER n Marbles Stores in this land of ours that sell Drugs, but the Drug Store for the people is the one that gives the purest drugs otainatle. Try us and let us prove ourselves the one, Yours J QA8TORIA 1 ,rt:rutiuRt T GEO.OWEJQS Propr Ghas Phone tfo. 39. C Davis, tpruggist MT.VTKNON, K Y. Phone 112 !xic3iC3ix3c "v" 3cJtac8ftx3cafciej3e; K5. sfea .c J'JJTL 1 1