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Mount Vernon signal Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1912 mou1912062801 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal 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. 'f' .... . ) .A '' -- i u ' 'vtf. A Published Every Friday b- - VOLUME XXV. Mini AIT. VERNON, Signal ROCKCASTLE COUJJTY, KY.,. FRIDAY, JUNE 28. 1012. g ;& Established I8SI7 NUMBER 39 A- -- i . ... t I St0"0, on truck cars which remain thoro, Tho Rockcastle Stone Co., the DIM) DUE AD. Blup" contest by. tho members of E, J. Audersou and Victor v . ucu iwoiey is inopowtior man until tile operation is llnisliod. Robins Chaptor, No. 106, Order Owens arc in Louisvillo this rst toopun quarries atLangford u.uiBBiiwuiTOif. xnosiws are swung above tlio sold their holdings some years John D. Pike is at home this Eastern Star, and us tho "Reds" week. R. J. Lcmonds has in quuiTiing stone todlmen- - stone to be cut, and when running ago, to tho company now on tho at a ratio oi about sixteen .turned from the Dispatchers As- week sick. - Ephriam Adams, sions the Knox stone blasting feeds or lowers itself automatical-sjste- grounds. HUMMEL AND WILDIE to one, tho "Blues" set a delight sociation at Louisville. J. B. t and daughters Misses Etta and is in practice, using open lv as the work progresses. It docs ful supper, which was attended Hayse is on tho sick list again, QUARRIES. Tho Kentucky Rockcastle air chambers in a lino of drilled .its work by feeding sand and Stone Co.; incorporated, was Ella, of Green Castle, Ind., are by a number "of Masons thoir after returning to his post he , visiting friends and relatiyes holes and tiring all at one and water to the saws or at the point, established in lflOOind have- their here this wook. Mr. Adams is a wives and daughters, and a most suffered a relapse and is noyr By James Mnret same time by a. hand worked dv- - whore the saws come in contact, quarries 'located at- Wildie, near to his room again. lialf brother of J. P. Harris, who doligetful time was had. David confined Rockcastle has two flno building namo or electric machine, attach with tho rock. Perforated water mouth of Clear .OrcltfKand. own lives Jackson Grand Master of the R. M. Blantbrd, of Traw Bridco. near here. Miss Birdie stono quarries in operation; one ed to lead wiros, usually called a "pipes keep up a constant s prink 4o atjres of land there. The Lodge of Kentucky was S. D. has returned homo after a Chandler was visiting in Miiet-bur- Grand battery. Brit Durham, Frank ling, during the operation and an president. located at Hummel (Langford, present, aud as usual delivered a pleasant visit with his brother, Archibald Colter, of and Mt. Veriion last week p ist office) and the other at Wil Adams, Bill Shearer, and Leis occasional y a shovel of sand is Cincinnati, is also genpral mana very impressive lecture. lie C. A. Blanford at this place. Miss Judith McCall, of Maret-burg- , die, both on K. 0. division of the ukumio uiu jAJwuur men uii inii inrown on wnen neeueu. it can ger and owns a majority of, the dwelt at length on "What Masons Mrs. W. T. Merimee, of Paris, is is with her sister Mrs .J.J. L. & N. railroad. The Kentucky class of shooting or blasting be seen, therefore that instead of company's stock. Moses McNew are doing for the orphan" at tho visiting hor paronns,vMr. and Albright this week. Miss TemThe shots follow tho line of holes, sawing the stone tho saws litter is manager and FroostoneUo., incorporated, was Masonic Widows and Orphans Mrs George Pope. ar-rforeman at qi pest Ward royally entertained a ' inti lungthy ally 'rub their way through. Dr. R. G. Webb spent Sunday organized in 1900 and quarries and cuts the stone subject that Fifteen or more men are number of her friends last Sat- Home, Louisvillo-which are made Lee .Proctor is under tho impres- employed on the works opened at Hummel station four oblong squares They urday evening, at her home ovory mason is proud to bear. with J. H. Walton, of tho miles north east of Mt. Vernon. into smaller squares or desired sion that the old rubber neck have, on outfit in way of machinHe is Grand Master in all tho Clondyke. As we had no letter "Oak Hill". Delightful refresh The owners are Cincinnati busk size by a somewhat similar opera saying must have originated ery, steam drills, saw mill etc., implies Hugh Logan, from this place last week we will, world were served, and a very ness men with John Sperry as "tion. The stone is then lifted on from a stone saw mill somewhere similar to that of (the Hummel ments the newly appointed Postmaster explain the reason. Some one enjoyable time was had. Miss G. Ellis Hummel, sec- to tracks by derrick run by roist if not at Hummel. president. plant, with the exception of a Matty Owens was the guest of at Grab Orchard was in town might accuse us of being in Tho work of quarrying usually channelling machipe.. George ing engines und hauled by dumretary aud treasurer; Tuesday. He will tako charge Chicago attending the RepubliDowell her sister Mrs. Frank button, of of the office July 1st. Cashier can convontion but at that time Hummel, manager. William my engine up to cars on another begins about 2oth of March and and Datnron are the. steara. drill Hummel 'anil .Frank Hummel, siding whore it is transferred by closes down 1st of November ns men. Tho general operation of Vernon, Saturday and Sunday.and Mrs A M. Hiatt spent we woro iu the Queen city, Walter and David Roberts of Tuesday night in tho Hiatt sec Cincinnati, visiting Chester Park, D. L. Carter derrick or it is stacked off in yard freestone when taktn from the the works are near tlio same as stockholders. Maywood, woro in town Sunday. and in cold that followed at Hnmmel. tion, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. and Zoo garden, and taking u superintendent. The company besides track, for future orders ground is "green" Tho Mr. Allen Hlatt was in Wildie Some is taken to saw mill to Jill weather freezes easily and disiowns 100 acres of quarry lands in R. L. Smith. Mrs. Robert Hicks peep at tho grandest collection quarry at present, of one ledge, last week. Mrs. J. J. Painter, of is ntegrates and therefore worthless only shows one color, a splendid the tracts, in aud around Lang orders for suwed stone. tho guest of hor brother (Jhas. 01 animals, fowls and reptiles Leo Carter, J. J. Adams and for building purposes. In warm blue, of au average thickness of Lebanon Junction, who has been R Pike of Corbin, this week. that were over collected together ford. Four years ago this company C. W. Coffey run hoisting ongines. weather this stone, while green 7 feet 8 inches. Tljeir principal with her mother Mva. L. N. Rev. J. A. Sayeris the guest of iu one" place and while there wo for throe or four weeks, is Ar E. Albright this worked 4o men in the quarries J, W Anglin is in charge of the or soft whon taken from tlu market is Cincinnati. This plant week. Mr. had the pleasuro of meeting a visiting Mrs. Emerson Rice of dummy locomotive. Rans Anglin ground soon seasons or hardens, claims that the usorof concrete citizens and shipped 4oo cars stone yeaily and Mrs. Jacob Elder, aud their number of channeling steam drill man; J. M. Turpin after being in the atmosphere for throughout the country has not Lilngston, this week, C C. two boys, are visiting their amOLg the number wa will menruu three etoue drills, man of machine, dummy locomotive, but mill foreman? Gaines Carter book a time. The stoppage of quarry interfered with tlie volume of Howell tho restaurant daughter Mrs. W. R. Brown in tion, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Griflin, Livingston, was at home Sunday Highland Park. sinco the general introduction of keeper and com mi sary clerk ing In the full, does not throw the their business. A'lex Manus is r Cloyd of Mr and Mrs. Egbert Hayse, and Monday. George S. Durham of Corbin, was town Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Wells, Mr. concrete the output has boon au The product is mostly shipped to men out of work. They are in tho quarry blacksmith. Tho stripping nnd shap- labor used aro natives of Rock- Was;at home from Sparks Quarry Chas. Givonsof Corbin, was in and Mrs. D. M. Preston, Mr. the company down probably 50 per cent. Th Cincinnati where Sunday. Chas. (Mutt) Chandler tho ledge being worked now varies has saw mills and yards from ing up the plant for noxt seasons castle and usually Hiatt section Sunday. Mrs. and Mrs. Leonard Preston, Mr. "' livo in the was in town Monday. Mr. and quarrying and doing other work, neighborhood of thejworks, in thickness from 4 to 0 feet which most orders rj.ro fijled lor to Corbin and Mrs. Sam Preston, Mr. and A. J. Plko was called Mrs. J. W. Tate were in Louis Tuesday on account of the seri- - Mrs, Emrait Preston and Mrs. Three colors are found, buff, olivo all shipments except those gojng abqut the mill and premesis Thoso two nuarriOs have provod and blue. Tho but? usually oc to Kentucky and southern points. Tlje labor s all from our cpunty of great benefit to tho county, ville, tills weok yiotor Tate will ons illness of hor little grand Ashley Owens who is living with curs under light stripping, mostly Tho stouo saw mill at Hummel and most of tho men own thoir more especially in tho neighbor- go to Grab Orchard next Monday daughter. C. A. Wheeldou was hor daughter Mrs. George dirt. Olive shows up further was burned down last winter. homos in the neighborhood ol the hood of their location and are to assist tho new Postmaster, in Pino Hill Wednesday. J. B. Griffin and all live within a half Hugh Logan, for two weeks. Vic Pike was at Maretburg on busi mile of each other. Wo also Bill Shearer is the continuing in the? good work". back in the hill and under harder Tho company Is now erecting a quarries. r is thorougly competent to lino ness Wednesday.---Elija- h stripping material in way of dirt now one which Is expected to bo plants blacksmith. Amajority of Hopkins met Henry Lampkihs who has a A TEXAS WONDER, out Uncle Sam's man In his po has opened up a barber shop at position as foreman on contract mixed with slate. The blue is in operation by 20th ot July. The these men have been on the job THe Texas Wonder cures kidney sitiou. Miss Edith Moore was Pino Hill. "Ligo." is a good bar- work. Well, the Republican conusually under very heavy strip machinery, besides the engine for some years, and most all of t rouble's, removineping but at times is found in out- which furnishes the power con thom can turn thoir hand to any and bladder diahets, ;weak atid the guostof Mlsa Miranda Tate ber, and wo hope ho vill make vontion is over and thero is tho gravel. cures iiqm Saturday until Monday. lino of work ou tho Job. run an lame backs, cropping .under a light covering sists of horizontal framos with good in his new profession- .- The worst dissatisfied lot of Rapubs rhtumatism and all engine, steam tirill, channelling Irregularities ol th'e kidneys and1 Misses Lou Philips and Bessie Signal man was in town Wednes- you ever saw. They aro thinkof dirt. In the heavy stripping from threo to a dozen saws-a- g by James day. Mrs. Ellen Regu- Warner, accompanied MahatToy is ing sadly of their trip up Salt' Ans i boty men and women. it. sometimes requires big charges case may require- - secured proper machine, or do blasting. of powder to raise the, uidehills disUnco apart; tho so culjed saws Dcoley was quarry foreman for a lates bladder troubles in chlbren Brannaman and Earl Phillips, some better at this writing. River. Boys we informed you If ledgo, Eighty arc not sows at all but arc simply number of years. Joe Dooley, be not sold by your; ''druggist, will drove over from Wildie Sunday. Uncle. John Sowdor. don.ge,o.m, from, the workable JtJiaJSL4IaftUajLBsmju sect by "tft Wade H. Heece "and "Miss Fan kegs or two thousand pounds of long flat strips of iron or steel, "George- and Abo Evans and Bill $i.ooC One small bottle in two .to improve very fast, but we aro cratic yecr and we are going to nie Collier, and others of Orab glad to know ho is holding his havo a Deraociatic President for black powder has boon uxod in a 6omefl or 8 iuohos wido and of Shearer aro afw'aytjtin- ljands and months treatment, and seldom Orchard were in town Sunday. . Send, or tho uext four years to como so single blast. Dynamite dosen't inch thick, and has no more teeth ready to do the overload work;, fails to perfect own. Co foot der- testimonials from 'bis and oilier Willie "White John Risgby and you just as well begin to pack Tho stone to be rigging and oiling Answer tho purpose in tho slaty than a hen. Dr. EJ. WJ-- . your Belongins for Champ Clnrk formation which covers tho "sawed" is run under the "saws' ricks, splicing cables and numor states. street LouistMo,Hall, 2026 Billy Georgo Holdman of Crab Sold by Orchard, and John Pigof London, Olive AtimtoWf&fy n.s other duties. will the nomination and this uruggtstr attended the party given by Miss timo. that is cqiiivolent toeectioiu . d Tempest Ward Saturday evening. Mrs. R. B. Sams was called Nowho Dems are busy at Balti- - "i" Miss Mary Proctor is with her to Level Green Saturday on ac- more' .but wo are satisfied that sister Mrs. Jack McMullins of count of the serious illness of all wiil end well. The DemoBromo section, this week. J. E her brother Oscar Mullins Sam cratic party was accused, of hav- Wallin was with homefolks this Ward Jr., who has a position in ing a machine years ago and they week. George Jarret left Tues Chicago, III., is visiting his called it tho Goobel Machine, day for his home; in Durango parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ward. now by some means or other the : Colorado, after spending several Miss Annie Walton is visiting Republicsns have gained poscss- months here and at Berea, where friends at Pittsburg and London ion of tho machine which was y7V-WmFZmmmw he was attending school. Mrs this week and having deutal only a hand machine then but f7wtmK'9SKmKmmmf they aro now running it with J. B Pike and her sister Miss work done. steam, hence thoy call it the Cable aro visiting their Etta Mr. and Mrs. John Edd Price, brother, C. 0. Cable at Marcellus of Covington are visiting Mr. steama roller mill. Ask Teddy if arnt daisy. aud thoir aunt, Mrs D. R. Thomp and Mrs. John Walton on the ' P son at Maysvillo this week. Mrs Clondyke.- - Uncle George Pope DEAFNESS CANNOT BE J. T. Lawrence was up from is very sick at this writing J. KlMifxt "T'",'S'':'. CURED J: Gum Sulphur last week. Walter P. E. Drumraonds attended tho bv local applications, as they canRobins was in Mt. Vernon, Mon- Dispatchers Association in Louis not reach the diseased portion of day night. J. T. Cherry and ville last week. Little Miss the ear. . There is only one wav Billy George Holtnan of Crab Rissio Oliver lias returned from to cure deafness, aud tnat is by remedies. Deafness Orchard, were in town Wednes Maretburg after a weeks visit constitutionalan inflamed condition is caused by day. Jesso. Fish of Hiatt section with Mr. and Mrs. A. H Ham- ot the mucous lining of the was in town Sunday. Rev. A. J. lin. Mrs. J. A. Olivor has been Eustachian Tube. When this tube V-vPike was" called to Pulaski Sta visiting relatives in London Ky. is inflamed you have a rumbling tion, last Thursday night on acMrs. Oscar Argenbright has sound or imperfect bearing, and closed, Deafall creations- count of the serious illness of his returned from Corbin after a when it is entirely and unless the ness is the result, brother Lum Pike, who has re- visit to relatives. Mr. and Mrs inflammation can bo taken out y I ft A 111 r W shapes in? all colors are cently under-gonan operation, J. F. Neighbors are visiting rela- and this tube' restored to its ready for inspection. and from which, blood poison sot tives in Louisville this week. normal condition, hearing will be up. He remained with his brother J. P. E. Drummonds is acting destroyed forever; nine cases out until Saturday, returning home, chief dispatcher in the absonco of ten are caused by Catarrh, are which is nothing but an inflamed Kirksvillo, "where ho J. the and he went to regular appointment of R. has n Lcmonds. in Andrew condition of the mucous surfaces. . tilled his Howell Cincinposition We will give One Hundred Saturday and Sunday. He re nati Ohio. Dollars Sor any case of Deafness .styles. turned to his brothers Wednes W. E Gray is in Cincinnati caused by catarrh that pannot be day. Rev. W. F. Rogers of tli is weok. Miss Alice Ward cured by Hall's Catarrh Curo. J Louisville, filled his regular np who is attending school at Send for circulafs, free. F. J. ClIKNNRV&Co.,, pointmont at the Christian Richmond was with homefolks Toledo, O.' Church Saturday and Sunday. and old last week. John Mullins was Sold by Druggists, 75c. Miss Delia Reynolds, of the Bee called to Level Green last weok Take Hall's Eamily Pills for price Lick section, and W. Hubert on account of t 0 serious illness constipation. Barnes, of this place woro mar of his brotjior, Oscar. L. G. life of Gov. The official Call to-d- ay ried at tho home of the bride last Falln maje a flying trip to Mt. Thatcher, of Canal Zone, threatenSunday. They arrived in town Vernon Wednesday. Butch 'Mc- - ed by the Senate, was saved selection Monday afternoon, and were .1.Cluro is working a few days at yesterday, but the salary was given a reception at the homo of N. Y. office at the depot - reduced from $14 000 to $ 10,000. the choicest line of Mr. Barnes' mother. Among Edgar Hurd, of London, is III II Sill ill ill 111 that has The uniform those attending reception were working a few days here Mrs attended the use succeis of Chamberlain's ever Mr. and Mrs. Willie McBee, E. L. Cockerdl was in London Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea fit head or Bryan and Miss Pattie Perkins, Wednesday. James Burton of Remedy has made it a favorite of Mt. Vornon, Mack Barnes and Pennington, Va., is visiting rela- everywhere, It can always be face 111111 ii ?i AWiViWi 1 It can always his daughter Miss Hallio of Beo tives here this week. Mrs. depended upon. be depended upon. For sale by ,Xt. $1. k Durham was up Henry Burton, of Danville. Ky., Chas. C, Davis. 111 from Crab Orchard Saturday. is visiting relatives hero. As wo vYtu4$. Wm. Francisco was in Crab Or-- : have been gone for a few days ' I chard, Wednesday on business. 'and failed to get all ho nows "Mlllnill Rev. E M. Armitage returned for this issue wo will give you tho For Infants and Children. wcra .. uiUvA homo after holding several weeks whole six yards in our next. "' "' The Kind You Have Always Bought '' -meeting in Livingston and East Mrs. R. J. Lomo ds and Bears tho Wednesday night of ter, Elizabeth, are .visiting . SASoTZZu t Signature of r week ended the "Rod and tives In Louisvillo this week. Rockcastle Building Stone re-w- " a - " Van-hook- , -Wa . . 1 'maH-ofTecelt- i - gt Men's Pants We are showing an immense line of Pants made for small men, medium size and big men. It .Er XAiJmmM r what shape you are or size, we hay:e a pants for you. These pants are fancy and plain doesn't matter Hats ibr Young MEN Jn the newest the new now e 'your As usunl we first mmm (A I I I ust young just the patterns, to s u men to suit any and from to show latest newest National Hats $1.50 to men $3.00 purse. make your pants gathered together and STRAW HATS any any jo, suit $3 $4 $5 f. $2. and $3. Lick,--Brac- '.-?;- . "2- - vKT Sutton dMcBEE DRY GOODS AND jCLOTHING HOUSE i. CASTOR A ' 4 . : daugh-Ber'nstad- t. J rela-las- V 4 1 L - Vl j was3g5w; gglgS5SE!$sa3a MT. VERNON SIGNAL i JUN15 tStll. 1813. or JUNE 18th iSOj. Which? 35gg-s;- y rt fy Bro. Clotne filled his regular apRuth Landrilm last week. Georgetown, pointment at this place Saturday Miss Louana Whitehead is visitIn conversation with Judge aigreat many farmers in and Sundiy. A. W. Aduns and 0. ing in town this week. Thomas 2 Marrow he noted as pe Brown ami Clermont counties fauiilv. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Liveuliar that the Republican Natiom Orrinn Shutts was the guest of have abandoned tobacco growing and Miss Haltie Thompson, al Convention ol 1912 is to be lHd John Luml ru in Sunday aud are going itilo dairying on 0f nenr Mt. Vernon, attended on an anniversary of tho battle of an extensive scale. There is one medicine that every church nt this place Sunday. Waterloo, and that the National family should be provided with The dispatch goes on to say that Mrs M. G. Kirbv spent Satutdai' Democratic Convention ol 18O0 and especially during the summer thf price of tobacco has been low with her mo1 her, Mrs. Malissie months; viz, Chamberlain's Colic, Lick turnpike and adjoins the gps also held on tho 181I1 of June. and the crops have brought the McFerron J lines Bradley and Cholera, aud Diarrhoea Rotnedv. In the contest of arms a great leader laud of Mrs. Rheda Wylie. farmers oiilv small returns fcr daughter, Miss Magpie, were here ddvtrtising rales made known on This farm It if almost certain to be needed. weut to defeat and to exile; in poll contains n7 ncres, At the same time, Sunday. their labor. Can you It costs but a quarter application is under good fei.ee, has a tenant lies a great party went 10 ruin and farm laborers are afford to be without it? For sale Miss Rose Rennerreturncdhonie soiree and house and a good young on hurd, brought on the most giganic war in wages are, high, and thuse things by Chas. C. Davis. from Crab Orchard Saturday after fronting on the turnpike in a nice all history. What wilt the harvest have bten making tobacco raisspending two weeks with her For Salk: An extra good MKMUHROP to he ing location lor a residence. It is be at Chicago? Is less grandmother, "more difficult and Mrs." Doan. Miss milch cow. Will sell at a bargain KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION watered by several j onds and Napoleos andTi.f,. Wellington or is profitable." The farmers are Bertha Kirby spent last week with if sold at once. Call at this office. This land is now all in the Republican party to go to pieces finding tint dairying springs. is easier . eraunt, Mrs. A. V. Adams, near and restore to the Democracy what Representatives Swagar Sherley grass, and is good productive land work and brings larger returns. Mt. Veruon. Misses Lncy a nd urged Saturday a budget system in good neighborhood and in in a moment of insanu folly it lost Almost anv sort of larni work is Mattie Mink, of Level Green, were in i80j? The paralleism in each before the House in order li one fourth mile of school. raising tobacco. at church here Sunday. Rev. J. easier than casrt 's marked In politics Uoose- - While good secure, he said, business methods Terms: Note with approved tobacco generally F. Hamm is in very poor health at iu congressional appropriations. security for one half the purchase veil is a veritable "Little Corporal." brings good money a tobacco crop this writing. We ore having and paable January 1st. Taft has many of the attributes, requires a year or more iu the price due Whooping cough is not dangerplenty of rain now and farmers are R00SRVKLT left Chicago defeated At this especially the "saving common making and marketing, and one getting alou-- slow 1913, without interest. ous when the cough is kept loose MAMMOTH CAVE with their work and discredited, but progressiveum time two notes will be taken for sense" of the "Iron Duke." For and expectoration easy by giving crop is scarcely off the farmer's but crops are looking fine. James County's trip to Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Rockcastle is not dead; not by any means the remainder, due in one aud two the first time in i's history in 18 o hands before he begin Southard's two oldest diughter.s Ma in moth Cave will be July 171K It has been ust'd in many edidemics must The vacillation and selfishness of years from date respectively, the democratic party divided in its! mnUiiiir tirenirnliniK liir nnntlicr. spent Saturday and Sunday with The round trip railroid fare from of this disease with perfect success. their leader has disheartened, but oeariug interest at 6 per cent pei choice of a candidate on principles, . .. ., their grandma, Mrs. Nancy Barren. all stations All exptnsesai For sale by Chas. O. Davis. .3S. not disrupted, the political for the first big lot ot hard- A not availability, so annum from date until paid. work connected Mr. and Mrs. John McFerron Cave hotel Si. so. The latter against Aldrichism and lion will be retained on the land time policies are sundering the Old Cull says a worthless, with the business. It is not spent Saturday night with tlieir amount includes your board at Cave That Taltism and staudpatism. Republican parly. V id the leaders reputation arc hard a bad to secure these notes. that some of the Ohio uncle J, A. McFerron. James and hoiel and the sewnl routes thru spirit of revolt is nationwide. of the new ideas win out or alone lose. Sale will beheld on the Premises' farmers an) quitting tobacco to Miss Mary Barron were the guest ihe Cave, making the tolul expen- things to Kichmond For further information call on or to be banished, or will the party take up' dairying, an industry in of Mrs. Sarah Kirby last Thurs- ses for the two days outing, $9 8s. Suit hai been filed seeking to weather the storm and ride the which One of the attractions at Clark's write to the undersigned. the returns come in day bj day. Dr. G. C. Price of Judson Limit on lickets 10 dajs, going on compel the Cumberland Telephone waves to victory, or will all be W. F CHAMP, Executor, "rest room", Baltimore Conven day and whore there are no violent lud , writes that ho is getting regular morning trinu 3 03, a. in & Telegraph Company to return driven on the breakers and share W. P. Griffin, Iistate. considerable tion. that attracted fliutuatious iu the price of the along fine. We are pleased to Write or phone L. & N. agent s to Louisville subthe fate of the Titanic? The attention from visitors, was a big Lancaster, Ky. product.' hear of him doing well for he is scribers since the rate fixing ordielectric "houn dawg" that bl nks MAN COUGHS AND HRKAKS momentous aunli'y must find their Kentucky produces approximate n splendid Doctor aud greatly .fudge Jcre Sullivn hi- fjjed nance was passed. solution at Chicago. Will delegates RIBS. its eyes and wags its tail at friendly ly oue third of all the tobacco missed at this place. petition as acuididatu Cull McClure is a close reader measure up to the high standard delegates. They had another houn The people will meet at Mt. fcr the Democrat c lomination lor After a frightful coughing spell of so solemn, so serious so far mown in the United State, and ol the want odds in home newsPisgah church Sunday Congress in the Eighth district. next dawg in town that barks. a man in Neenah, Wis., felt reaching problems? A few days our farmers seem to be doing morning at 10 oVlock for paper; savs he wants to keep the t best to iucrease the Harvey Helm, who The steam roller in use at Ball! terrible pains in bis side and his at most will tell whether the battle their pui pose of organizing a Sunday Congressman posted and avoid work or place lion, despite the fact that school. Hope all that can will is seel'ing a renoitiiuatiou, filed more, has no spikes in its cylinder doctor found two ribs had been cry of victory is to emanate from where it is going on; and doesn't prices have been a rather uncertain come and help along the good his papers on Friday, while Col. like the one that flattened out Ted- broken. What agony Dr. King's the great conclave or the funeral even want the word meutioucd in in recent years. It work. Jack Chinti is expected to follow his hearing. and New Discovery would have saved dirge of one of the grandest politi quantity covered, dy, but is lubber could not hurt much if some of suit within a day or so. A few teaspoonsful ends a cal seems to have a more soothiu him. ENDS HUNT FOR RICH GIRL. parties ofniodern times. Judge tobacco growers should imitate lato cough, while persistent use Morrow said he was not without the effect on its victims. Often a hunt for a rich wife ends the example ol their Ohio brethien routs obstinate caugln, expels hope th it it would be be well with when the man meets a woman and the chauces are that it would Mr Taitaud Mr. Sherman may stubborn colds or heals weak, sore that uses Electric Bitters. Her help. as well pick out a good spot, in the lungs. "I teel sure its a God send the party. Sohierset Times. to humanity", writes Mrs. Effie strong nerves tells in a bright Republican leaders in the political grave yard, aud use their Morton, Columbia, Mo. "for I Lexington district are urging Her There is a remarkable shortage brain and even temper. steam roller for a monument. believe I would have consumption complexion and ruby crop this season bad not used great former Collector Samuel J. Roberts in the potato bug One of the ugly ieatmes in to day, it I Its guaranteed thissatisfy to make the race for congress It is probable the biggest portion lips result from her pure blood; remedy." to steam roller by Taft's people that and vou can get a free trial bottle against Representative J. Campbell of the best was frozen out during her blight eyes fiom restful sleep; her elastic step from firm, free the cylinder was interspersed with or or $i.oo size at Chas. Canjnll. muscles, all telling of the health the past winter. C. Davis. spikes. aud strength Electric Bitters give MAKE an enniest , and the freedom trom Jawoui-.uCOVE Thk final outcome at Chicago f effort to accomodate all indigestion, backache, fainting pnd shows that there are two rollers. dizzv spells they promote. Every- classes. Our aim fh to make iw here tliey are woman s favorite Oue with steam and one without. Willie Adams, who has been .tins in every respect the inedv. If weak nr .lilini' trv . v r No telegraphing at Tunnel Hill is A Sake andsaue fourth them. ;oc at Chas. C. Davis'. Pkoit.k's bank; a bank whero fireworks neither the dry or liquid with homefolks this week. Miss I all may feel at home a plaeo Wantkd: 50 boys to sell Mary Abuey, of Berea, was the kind. novelties in fairs, picnics, shows, I whore those of moderate means guest of her sister, Mrs. Edd ball games. Be first, write today. Taft hornswaggled all the Owens, from Thursday until Sun Ky may oxpect the same treatcomet ts. Send 10 cents for terms, postage, day. Mrs. R. B. Shepherd, visit ment as those inoro favotably W. T. HonoHN, etc. of near Mt. ed her son, Ramey, President William rVWard Taft situated. Box 232, COMPLETE LINE Vernon, Saturday and Sunday. was renominated for President by Bank with us. Campbells ille, Ky. Miss Mattie Riddle was. in Mt. Griffins, Caskets and Robes the Republican Naticnal ConVernon Saturday the guests of Tolo."! Mn.1I wTnlofrrimh vention in Chicago Saturday. Misses Ethel and Emma Davis. - ' FOR FLETCHER'S . y S. Sherman Vice President fames phono-ordeU.O. IUKHR, PrunWent. Promptly y Mrs. Tetiu Sharp and children, of ri. J, IMS. DHL'MMONI), VIoe.-- I was named as his running mate. it Filled. Paris, have neen visiting relatives IM,.TIIOM)SON.Ji, CashliT platform was adopted which A Pa at this place. OONKUUOWN A. 1I.FUHN1SII CLAUUK C. COX.Ass't. Cash -' a fling at some of Col. took ' ' r Miss Mattie Owens was the Brown-Furnis- h of Roosevelt's net principles guest of her brother Edd Owens tf frafcx9for$& government and ignore others. near Maple Grove Sunday. Miss f Wo do a jroiieral Kuril Kstntu The convention was in session W: In HWiua.s.s; handle town and farm " t Onie .Silvers was iu Mt. Vernon .( continuously from 10 o'clock Sati propji'ty, do abstract, in;,' arid BANK THE PEOPLES W. H. Proc'or is Mrs. Saturday. dush on titles. urday morning until about 11 If you wanttn Hell llHtymii' prop- with her mother, Mrs Margarot Ky. Mt. Vkhnon, o'clcck Saturday night, all the witn us; If you want to buy wo Doan, of Cedarville, who is very can savo yon money. acTaft delegates being seated Mr. aud Mrs. ill with cancer. cording to the findings of the John Treadway visited relatives iu National committee, which were Buckeye vicinity Siturday and followed by the Committee on Sunday. Squire Bryant has been .&A&pO&a Credentials. Only a lew of the visiting relatives jntbis vicinity. Roosevelt delegates participated Mr. aud Mrs. Levi Pennington in the convention, reserving visited Mrs. Pennington's sister. for the other convention Mrs. Eminit Treidw.iv Sunday. which was to name the Colonel Mr. and Mrs. John Grider visited Cumas their standard bearer. R B. Shepherd received Mr. and Mrs. mins and La Follette Sunday. votes in the convention. Wedding bells are ringing iu MV HJ i In the dying houis of the Rethis vicinity. Misses Edith and National Convention, iu publican Maude Adams visited MUses which he had met defeat, former Mattie aud Fannie Riddle Woj Roosevelt Theodore President nesday evening. Mrs. Pal Moore was nominated for President on ot Mt. Vernon, visited relatives an independent ticket. The convicinity last week. Mrs. vention held in Orchestra Hall in this John Wiustred and children was will' where . launched a temporary organization the guest of Mrs. R B. Shepherd and beginning at once, it will be Sunday. The infant of Mr. and find listed the be of goods, extended State by State with the 'Emery Eagen, of Orlando con- Mrs. purpose of holding a uatioual of died Wednesday nnd wis buried Goods are sold for fair vention iu August. Thursday in the hurrying ground President Taft's routine did not of are W. C. Johnsons. vary Saturday, despite the situation near v at Chicago, and he received the It is worse than useless to take always goods internally news of hisrenomination with his any for medicine & He gave out muscular or chronic rheumatism. usual equanimity. been to give of All that needed is a free applicaDeny a statement saying a grave danger tion of Chamberlain's Liniment. a goods very ,to the nation had been averted. For sale by Chas. C. Davis. Good in Bradley did rot make Senator possible for money. The piano is the greatest of all pleasure instruments for the home Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart, his speech seconding tho nominaKentucky Edu- and it is no longer necessary to bean accomplished musician in order Some ol president of the tion of Presideut Taft. t for the patAssociation Saturday to play it. his friends says he was taken ill, cational Human Ingenuity has made it possible for anyone to play a piano while others declare his speech opeaed executive headquarters at by means of perforated music rolls thus eliminating years of tedious and continuplacing the responsibility of correct playing on the piano was too bitter iu its denunciation the Gait House, preliminary to practice--an- d the State meeting to begin Tues rather than on the pianist. I of Col. Roosevelt. ance day morning. The woman of today who has says a policeman to a street crowd . very , good health, good temper, good heads if it don't. sense, bright eyes and a lovely and whacks Has every device necessary to make the piano "human," hut vou will " , ,.complexion, the result of correct ' Move on now, says the big, harsh realize this only when yon hear it played. That is why we want you to ' mineral pills to bowel congestion living and good digestion, wins '. some suffering follows. Dr. King's let us demonstrate The Autopiano. It's just like going to hear v rv the admiratlou of the world. If and Life Pills don't bulldoze the great pianist play only there is no admission charge. your digestion is faulty Chamber-Iain'- New They gently persuade Stomach and Liver Tablets bowels. Dealer and health correct it. For sale by Chas. them toxright action, C. will Davis. follows. 25c at Chas. WINCHESTER, KY. C. Davis. j&C&DC&X. ffDCC&3CX30C: ON SATURDAY, JULY, 27, '15 Friday, June 28, 1912 will offer for sale to the highest bidder, the farm belonging to the Published every Ftiday by VV. P. Griflith 'estate unci known as the Todd farm. This form is S. ALBRIGHT. EDGAR in Garrard county, Ky., ubout four miles south ot Paint Lick $1.00 and on the White Lick and Paint DESCRIPTION ONK YRAR A dispatch from PUBflC SALE t) r Land TlKUDOF1 TOBACCO- HANSFORD. Igrowing sis - Roo-eVe- lt . The Loltlsvillc Tithes lor the Every- Presidential Campaign. body should read the livest, besi, newsiest afternoon paper published during Hie next few mouths, D niocrat'c hi politics, but hide-sauciulcut enough to tell the truth Theregulir about everything. nrice ot The Times by mail is 50 cents n month. $500 a year, but this paper ha made a special arrangement whereby yon can get The Times until November ,y Vknnon Sigmai. 1912 and Mt for enly JSJ.i.o one vear both This means that The Times will Le sent by mail to 3011 from date is received by that paper through us until November 30, i!)l2. The sooner we get your subscription ordei, the longer you get The Times. Send the order .it once. To get advantage of this tut rate, aiders must be sent us, not to The Louisville Times. y of Miss Mable Slums was the guest Miaes Christiue' Davis and r ... pro-testan- ... dog-au- stir-prii-- Times-Dij-patc- over-charge- pro-pu- peach-bloo- People Bank AE The 50-cen- t &ZptC$XC$l; 3l3-OWENS GRANVILLE - 9 I UNDERTAKER Brodhead I JfJJyy rr rs - Children Ory CASTO RI A Realty Co. :' T I .'- '- -, "-- f T iijnnmiHtfism6maaijas3t $j$:pt &pafip$pc3j$- 1 JOKc.prpC thorn-selve- s JONAS McKENZ K AN EYE ON THIS SPACE t EACH WEEK, always you which Dont Having Yourself The Pleasure Piano Music Your Own Home The AUTOPiANO F. B. ENDICOTT, margain ptpfit a bought right and soldjright the kind that it pays to buy. Our Motro has always best to our customers the the Thanking my customers asking a ronage in the past in the future, am truly, Yours j JONAS McKENZIE, Mt. Vernon, Ky: s sv V , VER.NON JT; nUiJb '' tiimn Si&s?i3fesSSki SIGNAL i i nnnDBM.rwrar,aiiiMfeTgtiCT-jMfc,iftuii- c M&BSSBSS35ga& afolrMMililiiiT(ffi tjtffigetfg Tar?h7Z77tra wtfiiii iMWiiiYi("ir inriiiiiMMgnHimi &MMMmmwmm&mmmm fffl Cecil Mnlmti mid Motelaud Big bargains jn PateiU Lealller Sillllvmi, of llllntiinblirg, Were allocs and low cuts this week at) FISH'S. MT. VEHNON, KY., June 23, 1912 h.re for a few bullts Tuesday. Miss Ruth Repperi, the. ward of G. T. Johnson is doing a good Tp C Coll up "No. 79" when T7Q Mrs. Rosalind Beiizley is visiting business, as traveling.salesman lor you who Ito CummunU L 3 her father Edw, rd Reppert, ill New onto wltli BIQNAl. u Kuoxville shoe bottle. i Tii - i 9 Yotk City. I Moore returned to tf StST her home at Berea yestorday after I5 I spending two weeks! with her I I Jllltf I l X l aunt, Mrs. Hugh Miller. v LOUKVIILC ANAtHVILltR R.CO. Mr. and Mrs S. N Di vis will come from Lancaster, tomorrow to TIME TABLE. his father. .spend Sundaj, with 22 ncttu: 4.40 p id Their little daughter, Mary has 21nortu 3:53 am been here for several days. 8 south 11:38 air Rev Geo. S. Watson, Miss Rose "1 South 12:19 am McCord and Miss Ha Carson have Tas. Landrum, Agent. returned Irom Maryviille, Tenn. Phone No. 8. Miss McCord will remain in Mt Vernon, until next Monday, when Kutrrnl nt the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postofllce slip wili leavi for New York, lor lunll matter. an Her vacation. V? 1 Miss Eva Chestnut Cord wood, green or deadened. Write, Wanthd: J lt .I V IV Big Stonk Extkact Works, June 28 4L Cadet, Vr. For $1.35 we will send the T. Vkknon Signal and the Cincinnati Enquirer for one year. The .N Weekly Enquirer is worth times the price alone. fivj The extension of L. & N. from Winchester, up into coal fields oj Eastern Kentucky, with other di visions will require six hundred thousand yards of ballast. We cannot vouch for 3 our cot -duct' or character, but if i u 1 Ready the Fourth v,Srjaivrv sccond-clas- g EXT Thursday will be a Big Day of Celebration all over America and of course every man and ,boy in Mt, Vernon, Rockcastle County and Kentucky will want to join in this Grand Celebration. PERSONAL ' ,' tj fc'l P A Russcl M. Proctor is telegraph operator at New Hope. Attys. E. R. Gentry and S. D Lewis were in Livingston Tuesday Lewis Miller is spending a portion of the week in Louisville. Richard Moore was in town Tuesday ftom the Rockcastle river section. Mrs. McCollum, of Paint Lick, Is with her daughter, Mrs. Hugh Miller. LOCAL For McCorraick mowers, rakes and repairs see Fish. June 29th to July 4th. Eberhard, the picture man in Ml. Vernon. The same man who gets mad when n little girl wants him to tie her shoe string will crawl all over the sidewalk to perform the same service for a big girl. wear FISH'S GUARANTEE CLO'IHES we will vouch lot yoi r personal appearance j, vmu. The L. & N. has elected a stock pen or rather a "chute" for loading and unloading live stcck, Irom cars at this place. A Brodhead citizen says it is a "goat chute" to be used in unloading ,v,billies" for Ait. He is a real uoughty Fair. person. So there. Vet-no- n o The One Best Way To be sue you are correctly drest for this occas-- 1 inr fc I otitwiYeswiVfiYj TEACHER. SMS. tr rrmo irnmiv airwo tn-Hi- iir anrl rvof mfrk ii I feft Hi HjjgCr Pfffgy y c I w. j ft 1 ?' I? W ) p.1. ., I' , Arch Allen has becn Robiuet, Postmaster at couutv. J. Fish, tho Clothier, was in 6rA most aggravating thing to Louisville during tfio week on a telephone operator is for a subbusiness. scriber or csl!ei to ring a socond Archie B. Furnish and W. H. time before giving oj erator time Fish made a flying trip to Pine to answer. Use some judgment Hill recently. and common sense in making Arch Cooper was down fiom calls. Crab Orchard Springs Sunday Roy Beaslev has the best all between tcaius. around garden in town; chock full Walter Robins was here from of foiward vegetables and a large Brodhead Monday evening attend- viriety thereof. The telephone ex ing church. change man has one probably as Allen Pennington, traveling fine but of a later planting-n- ot salesman of East Bernstadt was mentioning his gourd vines. here Tuesday. C. H. Mullins the clothing Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Meadows cleaner and presser lias a big job spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs on hand removing oils and greece Valentine Frectua'tl at Pine Hill. of our Mt. from the clothing Mrs. Christina Asher was here Vernon delegate to the steam roller Wednesday from Wallacetown the run convention at Chicago last fittest of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh week. It is presumed that the Miller. delegate id assisting in the operaWillie Adams is at home for a tion of the machine that flattened few days from Tunnel Hill where Teddy out he sat close in among h has been doing telegraph work the oil cans and grease pots al though he claims to have had a a year or more. Fred Owens is on a visit from high seat on he roller and the Wilhoit, the new mining town of jolting, jarring and shakjng of the llarlau, where he has been engaged mechanism in passing over and flattening out the larger delegain an electric light plant. tions some with club feet, may have Miss Sadie Richards left Wed nesday morning for a visit to War" jostled the oil and grease onto his saw, Gallatin county, Cincinnati, raiment. Louisville and Millersburg. Ashley Owens was examined in Shirley Tate has accepted & Judge Hardin's court at Lancaster position as Pharmacist in the drug last week aud granted license to store of W. G. Brooks, at Paris, piactice law wnich he is now and will leave Sunday for that city. doing, already having successfully Ada Fishback, Miss handled a number of small cases. Mrs. Georgia McForron and Mr. J. W. It is said that in this instance Mr. VanWinkle are in Louisville this Owens set the pace and broke the week attending the Kentucky record in his efforts to secure legal Educational Association meetittg. light. He began the study of law Mrs. R. W. Dyche, of London in February 5th. I912 iu connect. is with her mother, Mrs. R. B. ion with a law , correspondence After laboring Dr. course by majl. Mttllius, lor a few lays. will arrive tomorrow for a ten dours daily in the quarries Dyche would study and read up to fciiorjt visit. Harris, of Keasauqua, midnight and wrestle with law Dr. W. T. On June 19th. i9i2 Iowa, alter 50 years abseuce, was problems. to practice. here a couple of days last week he was granted license going soine; even looking over the old home place We call that limit. where his mother, Mary Wilson, beyond soetd was born ruoro than 90 years ago. One of the most brilliant affairs Its the old Dr. Joplin place, now given in Brodhea'd this season, took owned by T. N. Noe, a mile west place on Saturday night June, 2 Dr. Harris was born in when Miss Tempest Ward eater v of town. Stanford 70 years ago. He has tained thirty-siof her friends at 'been visitiug relatives in Lebanon. a lawn party in honor of her ' The house was" Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Brown sisters birthday. returned last Saturday alter a beautifully decorated in lerns and three weeks visit to Aransas Pass, flowers. Refreshments were st rved Texas, where far Brown spent at ten. The out ot town guests of some years in the early boom days were Misses Judith McCall, of that now flourishing seaport. Maretburg, Bessie Sprowl, of Paris. Tbey were unable to locate our Louise Wilson, of Indianapolis, old friend' Dr. Steve Brown in Messrs Hardie Wilson, of IndianHouston, his name not appearing apolis, Brack Durham, W. C. iu tht city directory. Jack Conn White, B G. Holdman and John and Conn Brown 'are conducting Rigby, of Crab Orchard aud John a successful real estate business in Pigg, of London. One Present. Aransas Pass and are the leaders Fifty five in their line of work. thousand acres oi praiie land that was the home of jack rabbits and rattlesnakes thirteen vears ago when Mr. Brown left that county is now cultivated in cotton from Second Ballot stood which is realized each year as CLARK 44 much as two million dollars WILSON 334 Notwithstanding all the wealth UNDERWOOD 117 and many advantages to be found HARMON 128 many there our friend" Brown like 81 MARSHALL others, would rather live in old taking of the second With the Mt. Vernon than any other place ballot convention adjourned until se on the face of the this morning. home. ell-Its I x bo potatoes to throw appointed or feed 10 the hogs. Indications are that there will at the birds Better take this care of them, the price might go to $2 again next Spring. Rockcastle County Sunday Schm 1 Convention At Mt. Vernon July 5th and 6th. Every Sunday School of every denomination iu the county should be represented. Free entertainment pro-idfor two delegates from each Sunday school if names are sont iu advance to Entertainment Committee. Ri:v. G. S. Watson, Chm. ed FISH SPECIAL $15 GUARANTEED SUIT vf 00 me a Biusur oyNIClN3oAt. BrAWA FL00H. E 'PETE 7L rfk -Trie HflftD PROBLEMS" XUST THEN JOME GAK-IrBACK OP MB THfeBvO 4 Our good friend Felix Bowman has been enjoying a weeks outing iu the wilds of Jackson county aud the only thing that marred his pleasure or threw a damper over his anticipations of a highly unbounded and sttcces-slutrip was the fact that it is the closed season for ground hogs and his old friends, by persistent efforts, persuaded him to forego the slaj ing one to pleasure of gourtuondi e upon immediately and a small one to b.iug home with him for the telephone mau. l suit for you. The fit aud 1 splendid wearing qualities of We don't guess here about these good clothes bring back the quality of our boys old friends and makes lots of clothes we know. new ones. It would pay you to know. You would save yourself lots of worry, time and trouble, if COMPARE WE ASK YOU your boy wore &&&&. Our goods with tho clothes you find anywhere. We will no Clothes. let you be dissatisfied with anything bought here if wo know it The new styles are unusual and distinctive. SPECIAL Better come in now while Attention to Mail and our assortment of these good Phone orders clothes is at its best. "Sre Wo wish vou could hear wlmt'l htnulieds of men and young men who are regular wearers of Fish's Guaranteed Clothes say in their praise of them then there would not be any doubt in your mind of the fact1 that n "Fish $15 Special" is-th- ct au Easy one Artt ?EL r OH TrfC SLl?TB7 - TO WE PAY EXPRESS 100 Miles on $5 Mail or phone orders TRY US ALL AROUND THE BUSY CORNER :zli I Great suits for; $3, $5 and $7,50 A trial will take place here iu uext Monday in quarterly court, which, some unusual features will be brought out. It appears that Maciion Mink is stieing Mat Foure, e blind mau, of Livingston, for the recovery of a mare he had swopped to Foure, for a mule and $10. boot Mink claims the mule is unsound. Foure avers that no representations ot warrant or guarantee was mentioned when trade was made, and that Mink looked the mule over with his ejes and seemed satisfied with its appearance aud that he (Foure) "luoked" the m ire over, by touch, and was willing to pi the 10. difference which was done The C. W. B. M. will meol next Wednesday afternoon at Christian church. The following rendered. r igram will b Subject Mexico. Devotional Exercises Mrs. Jim Griffin Mexico s Binner Song, 1 Misses and children low cuts at We received word a few days Sutton & McBee. Henderson and cut prices, C. B. since that. MissBertinn Mulliiis, daughter of the late J. A. Mullins, were marWork on W. J. Sparks Co's railried. Thev live in New Mexico. contracts, at construction road You can get $3 50 white Buck Iwlsburg, Tenn., is progressing lavorbably, though somewhat dePumps for$t 98 at, layed by rains. Sutton St McBee. ANNOUNCEMENT ii 1 11 I take this means of announcing to the public that I have just returned from the" city where I purchased a car load of high grade FURNITURE which is now ,on exhibition in my large ware room for in-spect- ion I am showing the most up-to-d- ate Roll Call and best line of furniture ever brought to town Bed room suits, Davenports, Couches, Dining tables, Center tables, Chairs, Rockers Wardrobes, Safes, in fact every thing in the furniture line, needed,to furnish and beautify your home . Business Period Qui. Country Work o of Mrs. Ballard Mexico M 0. W. B. M. in r. S. D. Lewis Monterey Mexico, Mrs. W. J. Sparks' Gentry Anderson & Son, of Brodhead, aud the Mt. Vkhnon Story, Mrs. Eberhart Sional will start next week a big piano contest, giving away abso Song, HelD Somebody To.dnifr. Ilntnlvfreo a S830. oiano. Look for the announcement and rules "ovorning the contest 111 next woolc's issue of biGNAi. It costs The Annual Convention of The noti,;ng to enter and costs nothing to win tho piano except u little Rockcastle County Sunday School ti,0 announcement should have appeared in this week's Association-wil- l be held in Mt. jssuoo tho Signal but on nccount of a little delay in perfecting the Men's and Women's furnishing Men's straw Hats at reduced School Chapel arrangements made it impossible to make tho regular announcement Vernon Graded the kind you want at the price you & McBee. July 0th 1912. with an evening this eoki BUt the contest is ready to start and that those who prices, Sutton want, at Sutton & McBee. sess on in the Presbyterian church degil.e t0 olltor may have thdir registered and get ready, we Cleaning, dying, repairing and on the evening ot the 5th. also1 n1nf.rt t,.ft nomination blanks in this issue that those who aio already Section 45, Town ordinances All work guaranteed. pressing. another iu the Christian Church1 f .tijnv with tho proposition and aro eager to got in on the gronnd of not less be satisfied directs, under peualty Our motto, you must People of --Mexico ' Mrs. Edd Poem 'Along The Way' Mrs A. Big Piano Contest Remember we have Carpets, Mattings and Rugs; a large and well selected assortment Watch this space each week for prices They will interest you B. C. E. L. LIVINGSTON, KY. COCKRELL- on the evening of the 6th. Latest from Baltimore Convention globe-becau- -w- Sunday school workers of all denomination are most .cordially invited. It is earnestly requested that every school in ,the county send a report. Two delegates from each school will bo furnished entertainment free of charge if names are sent to chairman of committee, Rev. Geo. Watson, Mt. Vernou, not later than ulv 4th. The State worker, Rev. Geo. A. Joplin who makes the opetiing address Friday night on the subject "Is The Boy Worth Saving will be in Mt. Vernon throughout tho convention. u may do so. or your money back. Each nomination ballot good for 1,000. C. H. Mullins, B. C. ANDERSON & SON, Mail all nominations to Over Bakers store. Brodhead, Ky. , Mt. Vernon, Ky. NOMINATION Name. BLANK GOOD FOR 1,000 VOTES thou one nor more than ten dollars, that property owners shall keep sidewalks, gutter, drains and half of street in front of and adioininc their property free from and clear grass, paper, Secre-atry- , ot weeds, straw, Do not fajltoheat General trash, etc., aifd all obstructions and Geo. A. Joplin at the openshall keep open and free from obing session ot the Rockcastle Coun-t- " next structions said gutters aud drains. Sunday School convention The B?ard of Trustees has ordered Friday, on the subject; "'Is the Boy the marshal to notify property Worth Saving?" holders to cut the weeds at once and that the ordinance will be enPreaching Sunday morniig at forced hereafter. Time to get busy with that old scythe blade. the Presbytetian Church. P.O CASTOR Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR I A a You cau save as mucn ai $10 on suit Saturday at Fish's, Why not not save it. Made-to-measur- e "7 ! . x3r ., 7 r ". -- , " Xl V if V fc X. , X WISBOM. A WOMAN'S up heavy brcathlnga licr wakes I - .1 .!-. 1. 1 PUTTING IT UP TO THE r (FARMERS! r I V r ' " a V Lexington, Ky. Tho Eductlon partment ot the Kentucky Federation started, this of Women's Clubs has lii.-iFair-Viev,oek, a School Suffrage campaign 1 1 nhlch will oontluue throughout the months of July, August and September. By moans of the press, tho printIiuUor-Kil114 ed circular letter, the pulpit, Club and School League meetings In fact, by every nioanB possible, an effort will be made to Influence tho women ot Kentucky to show their interest In public schools by expressing their legal opinion on the subject Tho greatest effort will be made to have the subjeot presented at the various Teachers' Institutes, and a letter Iibb been. ent by tho Education Department, of which Mrs. U- - N. Roark, of Richmond, Is Chairman, asking for a place on the Institute program for a School Suffrage speaker. Somo of tho most brilliant and capable women of tho Btate have volunteered to address the Institutes without any expense to the local toachcrs: Mrs. licnti say.s: Cora Wilson Stowart, of Morhead; "The people who will have to Mrs. Mason Maury, Mrs. Harry Whlto-sides- , Mrs. John Little, of Louisville; pay the taxes tar the pikes are Miss Dell Ben - Mrs. R. N. Roark, and already for the bonds," and exnett, of Richmond: Mrs. T, J. Smith, preises the belief that "when the ot Frankfort; Mrs. A. M. Harrison, CORN-FIEL- D advantages of pikes are properly and Mrs. Desha Breckenrldgo, of Lexexplained to the people ol the ington. Qet Out the Vote. county only a very smill per cent It Is tho policy ot tho Education Deof the voters will oppose them.'' partment Blmply to work to got out a Which is aconstnuation devoutely largo voto for the most efficient school ofllclals, and to furnish, through the Fair-Vieto be wished." public press, such brief and necessary The action of the Whitloy Fiscal information about election laws as Court may bo accepted as another will enable nil women to use the school evidence ol the rapid growth of suffrago with Intelligence and with dignity. No whatover will bt sentiment in favor of permanent made to build effort woman's machine up a road making. Fiscal court nor to back any spoclal candidate; on longer look upon a bond issue the contrary", a continued and persist keep ul' with fear and trembling, or hesitate ent effort will bo made to questions school elections and school to put tho question up to the "out of politics." voters. Gradually the taxpayers Letter of Commendation. Many letters have been receUed are coming around to practical unanimity on the rond question this wcok by tho Department of Edu of tho K, F. W. C, from count) aud are rejlizitii; that to secure cation, Pint-Hill. superintendents and teachers. good highways they must tollim superintendent from one of tho Blue the lead of progressive counties in Grass counties writes as follows: . . "The county other States aud" provide tho and progressivaschool superintended teachers will appt mouey.to build them. ciate moro than auy other clasrnf per Whitley county nteds good song In Kentucky the granr.g of roads and can belter afford to school suffrage to women, for thoj To-morrorealize how much this step will mean w vote bonds and construct then than In tho stale's crusade for better eduFOR FLETCHER'S continue in the hopeless effort cational conditions. I believe, moreover, that tho teachers feel an espeI n i,r,,ni" to make bad roads tolerable. The i'.9 only n vinion, responsibility to help mouse all l)it TO-Owell lUcil.iniikeH every yesU-nlaa ilrcaiu of Imp' Fiscal Court has put tho issue cial women, who are their school plrnus and every tho a vision uf hojw. Therofoiv not yesUjrday nor isqunreh up to be people, aud if patrons, tq this now privilege, and brinj; your account to the people want improvement the that thoy will co operate In overy way THE BAtfK OF MT. VERNON possible with tho club women to get way is clear. Courier Journal. out a large school suffrage vote. Then our hojw is that all your moneyn will hrln you hantil-iiPS"An earnest and continued Interest ami prourltV. and all your recollections of wntfrilny 111 into u hall mid tho lower into buis-ue- s on tho part ot the club women will uparttnentH iJr. J. E soon bring about a realization of some Johnson a god about 05, aftor a of thoso educational Ideals which we have long possessed: WIT. lingering i Iness of lieait trouble buildings arid moro moro convenient MT.VERNON, KENTUCKY beautiful grounds, Over U. b. Bdlcer's Store. and other complaints, passed hotter trained teachers and higher salC. C. WIUJMS, Prusltlcnt. W. I.. RICHARDS, Cashier. (5. 15 o'clock, lust Wednos Crown mid Ilrldge Workuwclalty. away at aries, longo'r school terms aud a larger All work guaranteed. diy evening. Ho bed bent per cent of attendance, courses In Dopracticing physician here, for n mestic Science, Manual Training, and .,.. .j long (iuio, was father of tho R R. tho Science of Agriculture, a curric Co's , Surgeon, Dr O E. Johnson ulum that shall consider the needs ol -I- IU Ho leaves a Wife and hoveral the Individual child, and shall contribute something practical to his dechildren. velopment." &OT!S7 Mt Vernon, Ky Suffrage Law Now In Effect. The June crop report of the Tho law granting suffrage to Ken Ketitucky Department of Agri- tucky women Homo mid otlloo In tlio Into resident Our line of Couch Jaskcts went into effect on the culture indicates that even witl U'th of Jurie. Women who nro able to "r. Myord formerly occupied on Olc w the is uiiexoelk'il most favorable weather, tin read and wrlto aro now eligible' to Main St.," Mt. Vernon. llnud-mnd- e Am nt my olllee at all times. Collinsfunushed m grain production of the State tnusi vote In the August and November elec tlons for school officials and upon U Hearse sent to all parts of ;' fill iar below the norm tl. school questions, and are eligible tc . C. C. 1 1 i Mm.lZ. liIVW ll 1 lie The Monoti south-bounfas hold any offlco pertaining to the man County agoment ot the schools, except thost ATTORNEY-AT-LAmail train collided with the Louis otherwlso prescribed by the constltu by Wire Filled MT. VERNON. KV. ville accomodation train near Bed tIon. John T. Shelby, of Lexington, wbc ford, Ind., Saturday evening, killOFFICE.- - On 2cd. floor o' ing one man and injuring a score participated In tho framing of the The Bank of Mt. Vernon, on Church School Suffrago Bill, states that It wai given Phono 94-ol oilier.. AIT. VERNON, KY tho Intention ot those who prepared street. Special attention to collections. the bill that It should give women tht right to vote for county superintend Phone No. 8o. ent. His logal opinion follows: FOR FLETCHER'S "Section 155 of the Constitution gives to the General Assembly tht I power to regulate elections ot schoo trustees 'and other common MAKKSTHK NATION GASP. trlct elections.' Tho Act of school dls UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER Ml6 March 24 The awiul list of injuries on a 1508, for the government and regula Burns whlto, clear and ttcady to tlio last drop. tlon of common schools makes the Fourth of July srnggers humanity tllQ Rake fit AVrvnna In For tii.. family, Insist on having Set over against it, however, - county the school district and pro vldes for the of this dls wond.-rln-l the b healing, trlct lnts educational divisions and the Oil Buckkn's Arnica salve, of thous educational tllvlslons Into Smokeless Bootless Odorands, who suffered from burns Tho office of county superintendent U less Costs no more than in s . ferior ianK- - wagon Kinds. cuts, bruises, bullet wounds or ex not a constitutional office, and undei o.,,.,. muiiuy. luuraeaier lias It In uarro s d rcet Iron- - vjr works plosions. IU the quick healer ol the presont Bystem the county being CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO., LOUISVILLE, KY. IxiiU, tilcers, sczema, sore lips or tne district, the superintendent is a Hennery t Warren, fa. HlKli.QraJ,, jiolor Oa.o'lnB, Aulo Oil. school district officer and the election piles. 2jcts at Chas. C. Dais at which he or she may be chosen It a 'Common School District Election.' It would seom, therefore, that the Oen eral Assembly had: the constitutions power to confer upon women the righ' of suffrage, which waa attempted to bi MR. OWNER-St- op! conferred by the Act of 1012. Whethe-thiConsider! be so or not tho Intention of tht framersof the bill was certainly to con possible, bill ? fer upon wqmen, If It eould be constl tutlonally dono, the right to vote fo tho county superintendent and upoi scnooi measures or questions submit ted to a voto of tho people. "Very respoctfully yours, 1-(Signed) "JNO, T. SHELBY.' - PEOPLK. hAhy s Utile lr ":cnr Tlio worried mother l Fi.sciil Court File dues not want lo send for UlC Wliillev a l...r.. il, nrnnn nr ivlinnnlni' ntltfh. lo mucli. Kinnlly she thinks of The nmoi.nl doctor vilien crlin tbo trouMe docs county Itulii a meeting n few tlns ho Common Stno Medical Adviser, by ),, mrilianl book licr faltisr ilave her, . ........ . . r . .1 I. with n large is nai I. me uiuun wiiii ago in connection R V Pierce, M. U. Shu hays "just I 10 HUilR io imu uu li'ttlc dear." Two million liouscli da in tins country own one and it's to number of ihe th- taxpaperH to dts A 1,000 ;ia(5cs in splendid cloth liindinjj. bo" had (or only 31c. In glampi . This s what many women cuss the ro.ul question. There It U Cor tilhtr any emergency. adviser in ....... n- result to his " b.wonto Prescuptioni a remedy which has win general exprtssion o opinjou. III tW ws made thousand o! melancholy mid mis. ralilo women uieuriui ami nappy, d curing Everybody who wanted to .ny the painful womanly discuses which unt'.rmino n woman 6 health and strength. "MydHro h tnwrltn a fnw linos in lft on know what anything was perinitte:! lo s,ny it, .... your Vdliituito Hllclno nai noun ior nip," wrm MAimAitnT Kut..ikiit. of M3 8. IVnlnhm Ktroct, llnlllmnro, and the consensus of sentiment Mil. "IMorn th- store!.- came to our liouo 1 wn a rrv sick Was stronj4ly In favor ol building woman. I wrot vou for mlvlrn which n kindly Riven mm illiri'ront. woman in a short tlnm. After lUrnpikes and issuinj; bonl3 to which in.i'.f ino loUlnic liio lint liottlu of l'.ivorltn I'rwrliitlon' I bcean pay fol them. linnrovlni; (( th t. hardly know was In such a cnndltjun 1 did, my own iuiwnrk -- w.nhVir and Ironing, rooliliifr, The court voted unanimously in W'wrAi. end tlir whinU of nil imrsiM tlmi) children v no Inn 1 hanlW know of tho mlvnnt Un mlnuto whooiilns eontrli lavor of 'subniittiui: the bond owrunq l Thn hnliv li ifnvw-fnlnia Pi. IMorto's: 'ut'.i, n"lu I'riM rlnllon Isi thn bent mrdlclno toi proposition to tho voters of the o vhti lil l..u cjiumoil. nnv hoii a U i ruLuuimuitu ouuly. A committee of sixty-fiv- e tin U03. ZtlllEBT AND IIAIIK. lo all lily of the uios. influential citizens was appointed a an advisory board to take control of the wholeTnntter and advise the court as to the lime, uf holding an election, the amount of bonds to be vottdj the roads first to te improved, the methods of letting con tract and ail other questions having to do with the construction Commenting on the ol turnpikes. meeting, the Williamsburg Repub Ti jjood-family SCHOOL SUFFRAGE 5AMPAIQN INAUGURATED KENTUCKY" FEDERATION WOMEN'S CLUBS. BY WITH Eli: OF liri,i Law Granting School Suffrage to Kentucky Women Is Now In Effect Women Who Can Rend and Write Now Eligible to Vote. De- J v" s J&fWltif i m 1, I tax-p.iyin- Turning Plows Double Shovel - Call On Us For Plows GARDEN & HOES Stock Poultry Food Guaranteed & Noe & Davis Yesterday Tc.day '"' to-dato-ila- y ia We had the worst hail storm Sat urday, that h.is been lor causing much damage to crops, an gardens. Win. Mi.l ins (U tot Mod) continues very sick, and not expected to live bit-sh t while. U. D Sutton and Cheste Landruui, ot Mi. Vernon, weie i our midst, Sitiudiv. Rev. H. J and W. D. Mulim.s, filed their regit lar appoint i s ..t Saturday night and Sunday. There was n Very good crowd present, but leis try, and all come next mouth John Owens the Orlando merchant visited J. H Cummins F. Saturday Mrs. Mullins who has been visiting Dis putantafor the past week, returned home Sunday, accompanied bv her hon Will. Mulljus Station is on a boom, with two big stone crusher.-an- d a big mill soon going up a' Sinks. So we are now getting 'mori anxious to have our bridge across. Wc understand the the Co., i waiting for the water to get low Misses Victoria and Dora Mullins and Clyde Cummins took dinner with M.ss Ida Mullins Sunday. Muss lidith Morris visited Mis Pearl Baker, Sunday evening. Our school begins the eighth o next mouth, with Prof. Dickerson of Livingston as teacher. W. B Cummius nipde u trip to Dudley, Sunday, for some unknown cause, Quite a crowd from White Oak, attended church at Sun day, also several from Dudley. Mr. Kovie Mullins aud f,.milvol Dud'ey, visited Mr. and Mrs. G. L Mullius Sunday. Sllye Baker was in Jackson Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Wm. Robinson who has been very sick, is out again. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Ponder ot Gauley visited the latter's mothei Mrs. R Mtllins Sunday. A crowt of "Holy Rollers" passed through , Saturday, on their way to to attend a big meeting. Mr mil Mrs. J. B. Singleton of Ilhnoi , are here for a months stay. Mrt Willson Baker visited her bro'.her Win. MuMins Sunday. et, "!,V,,',l!lifl GASTORIA For Infants and Children. " IlI.V.IiiHWl 1 FSW? ES&Ripanamal "iiiHIiiiIiiIHi ill.liliM w ALCOHOL 3 AVcgclablcPrcparallonrorAs-- s fraf fai fug the FootfantlRcduta tfngfJtc Siomndis andBowels of The Kind You Have niaMi Always Bought PEIl ritfN'p HiTI Bears the Signature of PromolcsDigcsHonJChterM ncss andRestContoinsnclibtr Opiuni.Morphirtc nor Mineral WOT NARCOTIC. flimptn Seed" jllxJtma Ay In ffarfrfJlfsr INwrwri mllmc. Anerfeet Remedy forConsflf i inn . Srair stnnuch.Dlarrhoti Worms .ComTilsions-Fmrisa- - lltmirrd- - ft JlV ncssouilLossorSLEEP. m m mfie m Facsimile Signature of Use For Over Thirty Years TllE Centauh CompaW, NEW YORK. arantccd, under i Exact Copy of Wrapper. GASTORIA THt CKNTAUN COMPANT, NEW TOUR CITY w g!!!!HI!HI!!m"!!!!!!llil!lt!!H!n!!l!n!m!!!if!!H!ll!!!!mntnK KVx. VERNON DBKET DO. PRACTICAL UNDERTAKERS FUNERAL DIRECTORS, 'AND H 3 3 3 EMBAL3IKIIS g Mt. Vernon, Ky, OUCH METALICCASKETS Coffins and Robes. CrillcJron Cry CASTO R A Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of S: CT work for tho company. ST Orders by wire promptly tilled. Hearse sent to all points -; 3 2 2 2 2 J. P. SiSBStt S Dentist Ofiico Mt, Vernon Monumental Building PHONE 112 3 GEORGE OWENS, Manager a iiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiimmiiiiiiiiiiiaiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii THE BAWK OF - VERNON , a Don't Suffer! " I had been troubled, a little, for nearly 7 years," writes Mrs. L, Fincher, in a letter from Peavy, Ala., "but I was not taken down, until March, when I went to bed and had to have a doctor. He did all he could for me, but I got no better. I hurt all over, and I could not rest At last, I tried Cardui, and soon I began to improve. Now I am in very good health, and able to do all my housework." W. T. FRANCIS, UiHDBTAKBSS Jj&iiMfe 1 M Dentist mm? OT7f10tii M d Williams, .Allprders S Promptly f LARDU TAKE TkQ I Womansfonic W. A. COX.! I Solite Lamp m "No-Corl- ." Children Cry C ASTOR A I. CMoCLrlRY You may wonder why Cardui is so successful, after other remedies have failed. The answer is that Cardui is successful, because it is composed of scientific ingredients, that act curatively on the womanly system. It is a medicine for women, and for women only. It builds, strengthens, and restores weak and ailing women, to health and happiness. If you suffer like Mrs. Fincher did, take Cardui. It will surely do for you, what it did for her. At all druggists. Willi to: Laditt' Advisor Dtpt, Ctultanooca Medicine Co., CtutUnooga. Ttnn., tor Stxclal Instructions, and book, "Home Treatment lor Women," sent free. CO i- n pscSM c&c$o:xQtps ocfc3tcgfc3 Stanford, Ky. CHAS". G. DAVIS There are lots oi 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, X3d3C$ Chas C Davis, Druggist Phone No, 39 MT. VTKNON, KY. ' PROPERTY Why not use the best when YOU pay the s Hanna's Green Seal Stands for everything that is best in paint. ml 7 I J 'ffllHl Jill The pigments used are properly proportioned and thoroughly compounded. Wb STUDY THE FORMULA AS SHOWN ON EACH PACKAGE Rill Mount Vernon Monumental I PNEUMONIA loft mo with a frightful cough aud very weak. had spells when I could hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 minutes. Aiy doctor could not help me, but I waa completely cured by WORKS J 'YiDEALKli n Marbles aild Granite Monuments of all Estimates furnished kinds. on application. GEO. OWENS Tropr Phone 112 Manufacturer. of and 'HANNA'S GREEN SEAL PAINT is Made to Wear" rOR SALK BV i v.. : M' '& NOE6V DAVIS DR. KING'S ' New Discovery Mrs. J. E. Cox, Joliet, $1.00 111. AT ALL DRUGGISTS. BOe AND XXOJCC X'X3d3IC3G; .if 3 V