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M. were weakening In all the divided delegations and even in the states that June 21st, 1912 had ben voting solidly for the speakMr. Edgar S. Albright, Editor, erMayor Fitzgerald of Boston anvote of Massachusetts as nounced the Mount Vernon Signal. 9 for Wilson and 2"7 for Foss. Dele-- ' Mount Vernon, Kentucky, gates who were weary of candidates Deir Mr. Alhripht: who had no earthly chance shouted to Fitzgerald to withdraw Foss's name, ' Some of my Rockcastle County but 'he shook his head pugnaciously friends recently sent me a copy of and Insisted that the vote be recorded as hft had irivpn It. Whpn tho vnt nt t le June 14th issue of your papei. the empire state was called Murphy I was greatly interested in reading arose quickly, took two steps up the therein of the many improve aisle and shouted the old familiar ments that have taken place in "New York casts 90 for Clark." He fairly snapped his teeth as he Mt. Vernon and the County. The called it Tammany was dying hard. ginger germ is taking root The imminenjey of Bryan's triumph There are in great shape. for a Wilson victory was so regarded by the New Yorkers was hateful to evidences that the county is on A FINAL HUMILIATION Murphy and most of the men behind the eve ol a great awakening, if him. The Mlssourians, the men from it has not already come. There California under the leadership of Theis no evidence of a boom as that odore A. Bell, the crowd from Arkansas and the delegations from the Clark word is generally understood, but Commoner Injects Old Line-U- p states cheered for Murphy, but their of real, substantial progress. applause was weak and perfunctory. Race. In Second-Plac- e On the first page I read the There was not a good cheer left in the whole Clark crowd. Texas plump- account of the Granite Brick Comed Its big forty Into the Wilson camp, pany works at Dudley. The third BEATEN BY A BIG MAJORITY and tho chairman shouted, "the next page is full of progress; the new president of the United States." Angry Clark men ordered him to sit crusher at Sparks Quarry and the down. If looks could have stabbed working of a night force in order Hoosier Executive Named On him he would have been a goner. The to supply the demand for ballast : cheering broke out again and visitors Ticket With Woodrow Wilson. and delegates went to their feet In a the strawberry patch that our insplendid demonstration. Presbyterian The only dustrious iriends people who did not Jom In this were planted; the report on the mineral For President Woodrow Wilson of tho men of Missouri and of New York. New Jersey. They sat silent and glum. Charles F. resources of the county made by Thomas R. Murphy was shooting glances all over Doctor Lovell and many other For Vice President the floor, counting leaders who might matters of interest. of Indiana. Marshall be relied upon to stand against the The scribe Irom Livingston has Baltimore. July 3. This is the ticket Wilson advocates. He was showing named by the Democratic national con- more activity than he had done at any extolled the beauties of his town as vention. The nomination of Mr. Wil- time since the convention met. The a place altogether lovely and deballot was: sirable. As son came at 3:33 yesterday afternoon result of the Il.ved there a year I Clark, 306, a loss of 26; Wilson, 629, a on the fourth ballot of the day and the can testify to the beauty of the gain of 27; Underwood, 99, a gala of forty-sixtof the convention. Wilson ; Harmon, 27, a loss of 1, and Foss, scenery and the hospitality of the on the final vote got 990; Clark 84 and 27. Bryan and Kern had been elimpeople. It is a good place to live-in- . Harmon 12. The nomination was then inated. Tho forty-fiftballot resulted: When I lived there I thought niade unanimous. Wilson. 633; Clark, 306; Underwood, Governor Marshall was nominated 97; Foss, 27; Harmon, 25. seriously for a time of interesting: At the beginning of the forty-sixtat 1:55 this morning, after two ballots the congressmen from the Eighth ballot Senator Bankhead, Mr. Underand Eleventh Districts in a movewood's representative in the convention, pushed his way through the ex- ment to have a small monument cited crowd until the massive Ollle placed on the Wild Cat Battlefield. James sheltered him. 1'" AJSvx S' the "Senator Bankhead wishes to have In my journeys through the roll call suspended," shouted mountains I met many men who Chairman James, "until he has had had fought at that place and heard the opportunity to make a statement some interesting accounts oi the for Alabama." Those who had been Informed of the skirmishing and man- fight. It would be an evidence oi euvering of the leaders on the floor the Republic's gratefulness if at felt It was all over, and the great gath this late day something be done ering became as still as death as Senator Bankhead began a telling speech to preserve this spot in harmony's behalf, ending by with- , Do not be discouraged over the drawing Underwood's name from be- failure to get a hotel. Those fore the convention and releasing from their obligation all who had been in- things always come slowly. Right structed to vote for him. herein my town we have been The Wilson men waited patiently talking the same proposition for until they had heard Senator Bank-hea- d release tho delegates instructed several years but nothing tangible for Underwood, and then they cut has, as yet, resulted. We have a loose. Chairman James banged the good Chamber of Commerce all table and' pleaded with the crowd, but it was some time before he got any live wires and we are going to keep at the matter until we get semblance of order. Q 19U, by American Prers Association. Before Senator Bankhead had fin- results. Every town of any size WOODROW WILSON. ished speaking. Senator Stone of ChamClark's campaign mana- whatever in the West has a had been taken. The convention ad- ri,-Champ Commerce or Commercial ber of journed two minutes later. The nom- ger, had started for the speaker's stand. Charles F. Murohv. standincrln Club Why don't you organize ination was made unanimous. Gover- the aisle at the head of the New York I for Rockcastle County and nor Burke of North Dakota was Mar- delegation, watched the effect of Sen- one shall's principal rival for the honor. ator Bankhead's speech and then hus- then adveatise your wonderful reWilliam J. Bran caused trouble in tled around and whispered a word sources? Let the outside world the closing scenes of the. convention here and there to the leaders who know what you have. Capital is by taking the platform and Indorsing were fighting to keep at least United States of the delegates In the Clark column always looking for means of inGovernor Burke and Senator George F. Chamberlain of In order that the nomination of Wilson vestment, and if treated fairly, will Oregon as against Marshall. Charles might be blocked. Murphy's face was F. Murphy and other leaders who have redder than usual, and he showed come in and deyelope the country. been fighting Bryan lined up for some Senator Bank. Don t give them vour resources; excitement head's speech, all the Clark men real- just give them a square deal. On the first ballot Burke got 305; ized, meant the utter defeat of the I know of no place in this Marshall, 389; Chamberlain, 157; El- speaker. All their predictions that at more Hurst of Illinois, 77; Mayor Pres- no time would Wilson get over 600 country of ours that offers so ton of Baltimore, 58; Wade of Iowa, votes, had been swept away even be- many opportunities for a voung 26; William F. McCombs. Wilson's fore the Underwood men were releas man of vision with a willingness campaign manager, 18, and others ed, and now that the supporters of the hard as the mountains of scattering. Alabaman were free to vote for any- to work They are rich in On the second ballot Marshall re- body they pleased. Murphy and Sena- the Southland. as compared with 397 ceived 645 tor Stone realized that all the hope for possibilities. Although among the by Chamberlain. by Burke, and 12 Speaker Clark being nominated had oldest settled portion of our The chairman of the North Dakota vanished. delegation thereupon moved that thfc Tho Wilson leaders, naturally Jubi Country ua ucvciupuicui 10 juoi nomination be made unanimous after lant, tried to restrain their enthusi- beginniug. The next ten years having withdrawn Governor Burke's asm, but they were shaking hands ought to make a vast difference name. This was a final defeat and hu- with one another while men with the miliation for Bryan in the convention, impulse to get on the band wagon as and place Kentucky in the front and Murphy and others seemed to get soon as possible wero shaking hands rank of states. considerable comfort out of It Seri- with them, congratulating them and Very truly yours, ous efforts were made by leaders to saying that they were the ardent supChas. G. Given. persuade Champ Clark to accept the porters of the New Jereey governor. nomination for vice president, but he When Senator Stone got to me piav CARRIERS WILL FLY. hdecllned. form, he made a brief speech releasing MAIL be, "so delegates, but This is an age of great discoverthe Clark far as the Missouri delegation la con- ies. Progress rides on the air. THRILLING MOMENTS cerned, w shall vote for Speaker Soon we may see Uncle Sam's the last ballot Ib taken." mail carniers flying in all directDetails of Proceedings Which Led to Clark until Congressman John Fitzgerald of People ions, transporting mail. Nomination. Brooklyn. Tammany's lder there, take a wonderful interest in a was dispatched to the speaker's stand benefits them. Baltimore, July 3. When the con- and moved that the convention unani- discovery that vention reassembled yesterday after- mously nominate Wilson by acclama- That's why Dr. King's New Disand noon after having in previous sessions tion. There was Just a sign of a smile covery for Coughs, Colds taken forty-tw-o ineffectual ballots in and a twinkle of the eye from Murphy other throat and lung diseases is an effort to nominate a candidate for as he heard the roar of approval from the most popular medicine in president, the news was all around delegates and galleries. Missouri ob- America. "It cured me of a dread-f- ul that New York in caucus had decided jected, however, and when the roll call Mrs. J. P. cough, writes to. standi by-- Clark. Murphy and Sena- was completed Cbalrmaa James shoutr Davis, Stickney Corner, Me., tor Sjtpne, the latter grim and deter- ed: "Wilson 990 votes." Before the mined, were conferring. Stone was words bad been heard Senator Stone, "after doctor's treatment and all' appealing to the Tammany leader to who was at the elbow of big Ollle, said other remedies had failed." For voice: "Mr. Chairman, coughs, colds or any bronchial sland by Clark until the end. No- In a sing-sonbody doubted that the Mlssourians I move to make the nomination of affection is unequaled. Price 50c themselves would hold fast. The re- Woodrow Wilson unanimous." There and $1 00. Trial bottle free at sult of the overnight conferences was was one wild, hysterical cheer, which Chas C. Davis'. ballot quickly died away In the rush for the apparent when the forty-thir- d A public drawing will deteimiae was announced. Clark had 329, a loss entrances. 602, a gain of 108; the position of candidates oh tie of 101; Wilson, William. J. Bryan In a formal stateHarUnderwood, 98, a loss of ballot in the August ,priary. mon, 28; Foes, 27; Kern, 1; Bryan, 1, ment has given unqualified laderse-mey took, place at to the nomination of Goversor The ceremony and 1 absent In splendid working order,the Wil- Wilson. "I feel sure that the actios Frankfort Wedaesday. son, machine then steamed up for the of the convention will appeal to the The Okkboaa Dark boosters k ballot. The Clark people country," said Mr. Bryaa. RESISTED MARSHALL But Delegates Ride Down His Will. forty-fourt- h h h h Missou- one-thir- d mXT Ji " - .- Z IE .Av" r r- - g 5; & nt " forty-fourt- LKJ i.'.i-.. t " ChUdrn Cry F0I JLETCHErS O ASTORIA - CA8XORN Children Cry FIX FLETCHER'S pared tkrougk LnvNrTiife Satar-da- y might cm im tkeir way 'to tW Deaaecratic NattowU lakkswrt. OoTatfa !'f t !,- W' . '.li,. mmrutfTm'tCu'tn S ?i-- r-, f, ....... ij.--a ...-- 1Ja( ,.f' CCl-,- ., t, .. - ML VERNON Friday, SIGNALlfJlL81,..1"',; iuiuuiv i.vuuum. UlUil Ul .rsrrrvfT7-.rr?-'KK mmmmaiimmammcjammmisammmammmaamsjsaasmLmcmaaimamammaammimmaam a July 5, 1912 Published every Friday by List of candidates now in theM field at work for the piano given1 Hiatt is with friends and relatives away by B. C. Anderson & Som in Wildie this week. Mrs. Bob There should be one huLdnd Roberts of May wood, was with or more by next week. The list her parents. Mr ana Mrs. j. w. is as follows: - Mrs. Edd Owens last week. Sproule, returned to her home in Paris, the first of the week, after spending two weeks with relatives here. W. C. Turpin was at home from Mullins Station Saturday and Sunday. Miss Minnie Hiatt delightfully entertained a number of her friends last evening, and all report a very pleasant time. J. Thos. Cherry was up from Crab Orch ard Wednesd y. We are iniorm ed that iivau Wheeldon has leased the entire system of the Hans ford Telephone Co . and will take charge of the exchange Jul. 10th. Mr. Wheeldon is an experienced telephone man, and we hope he will be able to give us better service Rev. C K. Spell of Wilmore, is holding a few days meeting at the Methodist Church. He isa very able man, and every body are cordially invited to at Sat-uida- y pllgMMMMHHMHMHuimHg Z.s ... . s r-v- - J! -- sanBMaaHBBMBBBBHBHMaBMMaBBHanBMBn 'T :- -f t a-. rT2i?ff , EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. UBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR Name of Contestant Lillie Hiatt Mattie Wihnott Mildred Robins Lizzie Gentry Bessie Hamlin Sallie Reynolds Mary Proctor No. votes. 1000 $1.00 1000 1000 1000 1000 7 Our Big Contest STARTS TO-DAY Sdvtrtising rates made known on application 1000 1000 $1,330 An Elegant Worth of Pianos Given Away Schools MEMBER OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION Etta Cable Minpie Hiatt Clyde Watson Dollie Johnson Eva Albright Katie Price Lela Albright Lena Albright Gertrude Martin Etta Sowder Susie Cabel Mary Lea: Genevia Boyd Reca Brooks Hessie Sbivel Kilda Chandler Every new subscriber 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 The course pursued " by Mr. "V - K - AS fc to the votes and every Presbyterian Elder, renewal 500 votes. duty and public faitu, putting in Arnold, the was witu him from Saturday unperil what seemed a sure triumph Right in vour busiest season He hoists the til Monday. Wm. Francisco is for Democracy. in the city of Harlan finishing Ehen you have the least time te standard of hatred and revenge W. A. Ty-re- spare you are most likely to tako over what hhould be a marching concrete for contractoi' Are Eligible diarrhoea and lose several days Steve Watts, who lived time, unless you have Chamberarmy of brothers. He plays di lectly to the hand of the enemy here several years ago, and who lain's Colic, Cholera, and Diarrhoea Remedy at hand and take a If the Con- is totally blind, was in town last dose on and invites defeat. tha first appearance of week. On Friday afternoon Mr. vention accepts such a leadership the disease. For sale by Chas. C. showing Mr, it will abdicate the principles and Larkin Hicks was Davis. Watts the town and pointing oit rights of true Democracy and to him, aud he COUNTY FAIRS. Call the Siore for particulars Enter the Race To-Da- y surrender all which Democrats certain places seemed to enjoy the sights as The season ot county fairs is apgreat to the hold glorious and as one with two good proaching, and, as usual, there selfish rule of the one man power much eyes. Rev. Watson of the Pres will be many such exhibitions in eager to exploit itself at the cost The re- byterian church, of Mt. Vernon, Kentucky says the Courier Journal of the party interest. DEALER sponse of Champ Clark is all preached a very interesting ser- An agricultural paper not long i mon at the Methodist church ago defiued the fair as ''an exhibit Replete with manly sufficient. subject, the prepared by a community lor the dignity and feeling it appeals to Sunday evening, the heart of every Democrat in "Unpardonable Sin". Everyone purpose of advertisement and for to enjoy the sermon, the education and attraction ot Name. the land and should be followed seemed The Strictly Cash Store. Dry Goods, Clothing, inthe public", and the definition is a by his nomination today. Courier and Mr. Watson has a cordial Groceries, Up-t- o Date Guaranteed "Jewelry vitation to come again. A. M good one. Journal. P. O H, AnderBon were The county fair is of The criticism made by the Hiatt and W. farmers. to the Courier Journal of Mr. Bryan, is in the Quail section Thursday. importance Hiatt advertising tor the Rock- Naturally it should be faithfully just and right and will meet with very JNew Subscription to Vernon bignal entitles candidate votes the hearty sanction of even some castle County Pair Association. representative ol the county's and Anderson advertising the agricultural products. It is true, and Renewal 500 Votes of the most ardent admirers of the $i3oo.oo worth of Pianos that he however, that such is not always great commoner, and the part which he played in the recent is giving away absolutely free at the case, and that some fairs make Cull was visiting in the city. Convention, shows more clearly his big cash store. Miss Clyde a scanty showing in this respect. aloueof value Jto the immediate FOR FLETCHER'S FOR FLETCHER'S . c It helps He had dodged an automobile, than ever before the other side Wilmottgave a tea party last Evidently many farmers 'do not locality where it is held. when it saddled and bawled him of the once idol of many .of the Saturday evenin g, in honor of appreciate the tact that at display business, of coure, at the couuly Miss Zella of products is a good advertise- seat or the place of its location, over. her little niece, American people. Now what you think o' that" Miller. The secretary 01 our ment for the farmer as well as for but it also helps the whole county, criah he. When elected governor of his fair received a small supply of the county in general. The and the influence of a first class When you stan in front of state, it was predicted that he catalogues of this seasons fair premiums that are offered are not fair extends even beyond county Wood-rothem they run, ov.r you and so suc- Wednesday the snip of state from the Signal always sufficiently large to be of boundaries. For that reason the I I simplify office. It is an eighty four page great attraction in themselves, but fair should be representative, to wnen you stana asme to let em cessfully that it Wil-so(easy sailing will be had by catalogue, and one that the State the farmer who raises fine stock the end that the best results may pass, they turn around' and kick matters, him, in November in putting the Fair might well feel proud. and neglects the fair as a means be attained from its advertising you. Ky Taft roller out of commission. Shorty Hiatt" is little, but is of making the public acquainted value. Sprains require careful treatment the biggest Secretary Brodhead with his accomplishments in that Keep quiet and apply ChamberBKODHEAD. lain's Linimeut freely. It will refair ever had. Mrs. Milton Rash line is overlooking a splendid adCOMPLETE LINE "O, Lord, now that everything move the soreness and quicklv is very low with typhoid. vertising opportunity. The same o is coming our way. purge every restore thf parts to. a healthy conCoffins, Caskets and Robes, Mrs. T. M. Adams aud Miss may be said with regards to the Democratic soul of hot ait and dition. Foi sale by Chas. C. SHERRIFPS SALE OF REAL Elizabeth Storm, are visiting product of the soil. It requires ESTATE. vainglory and insert large in- IFavis. phone orders Promptly T friends and relatives in Cincinnati some time and trouble to prepare By virtue ot execution No. 723 an exhibit for the fair, but the stallments .of common sense in Some of the Chicago victims ofl Mrs. H. E and Dayton, Ohio. Filled. cranium; and O, the steam 'roller will eventually get j Christie was in Mt. Vernon, shop directed to me which issued from farmer who does so will not have every Democratic the clerks office of the Rockcastle labored in vain, even though remember, Lord, our proneness the gravel out of their skins but of last week. ping Thursday just too late to be of any assistance to of Knoxville, Circuit Court in favor of Peopl as be may not fare well when the to make fools of ourselves Willmott, O. C. $ ' the world by the the raller's engineer election. Tenn., spent a few days with his Bank against H. D. MaGee, I will blue and red ribbons are distributed. when we have on Monday Julv 22nd. iqi2 be- He, at least, has advertised him- tail and a downhill pull, and see mother and sisters last week. that we don't get in bad this time." Misses Eva and MaggieJ oKnson tween the hours of 9 o'clock a m. self as a progressive citizen. of Berea, were the gnests of Mis- and 3 o'clock p. m. at the court Every farmer who has the Ex. door in Mt. Vernon Rock- energy and the ambition to get ses Lena Albright and Miranda house expose to Never leave .home on a jou rney Tate this week. W. A. Cason is castle county Kentucky along in the world should con public sale to the highest and best operate with painting the store house of J. M those who are without a b rttle of Chamberlai 's and Diarrhoea described Adams, and it adds greatly to the bidder the following laboring to make a success of his Colic, Cholera almost certain to Rpmedv. It is property or so much thereof as general appearance Mrs. J. J. county fair. It will pay him to do'De neeaed and cannot be obtained Albright and Mrs. Ed Sproule as may be necessary to satisfy so, for advertising pays'in farming when 0:1 board the cars or steam plaintiffs debt, interest and cash to A fair Is not ships. Forale by Chas. C. Davis as in other tnings. weie in Louisville shopping this was in Mt. wit: week. J. M. Adams One house and lot located in Vernon Thursday of last week. Ky., lot No. 3 Miss Grace McCall was with home south Livingston, lying on the folks a few days last week. Mrs. in the Ward addition side of avenue beginning at tr John Robins, who has been very north I ot No. 2 runsick for the past three weeks, is the west corner lot feet slowly improving. Miss Clyde ning with avenue west 100 where you will feet to the line of .Watson, and her little niece Mil- thence north 182 dred Robins were with M r. and E. R. Smith; thence with E. R always find' listed the best 'of goods, which few days Smith's line roo feet to the north Mrs. Fred L. Durham a with this week. Willie Yadon was at corner of lot No 2, thence 17E MAKE an earnest are sold for a fair margain of profit. Goods 182 feet to the beginning Saturday line south home from Livingston efforMo accomodate all will be sold subject bought right and soldjright are the kind of and Sunday. 'Miss Tempest This property classes, Our aim is to make ak mortgage lien held by the Ward is attending teachers Insti- to this in everv respect the always pays to buy. Peoples Bank, of Mt. Vernon. goods 1 tute in Elizabethtownthis week. People's bank; a bank where This sale is to satisfy one half of Jasper Newton Marlow was here has always been to give interest and cost and will be all may feel at home a place a few days this week from Was-ioto- , debt, upor a credit of 3 months where he is working with made where those of moderate means very best goods surety. The to our customers approved carpenters. with the rail road bridge same treatmay expect the amount of debt interest and cost fc".i. alter Miller and family possible for the money ment as those more favorably T. T. NlCELEV. S of Lebanon Junction, areith S. R. C. situated. customers for the patrelatives here this week. Homer Sunday. Wallin was in town MAMMOTH CAVE ZZZ BANK WITH US .. and asking a continuMisses Bertha and Gertrude Robronage in the County's trip to Rockcastle erts are visiting relatives in Lan- Mammoth Cave-vi- ll be July U. G. BAKER, President! W 17th. the future, I ance caster this week. Frank Tabb, J.P.E. DRfrMMOND, Vioe.-P- . The rouV,d trip,railroad fare from tw of Sonora, was the guest of Frank F.L.THOMPSONJrr, Cashier. very truly, all stations $4.35. All expenses at Ward last week. B. R. Willmott K CLAUDE C. COX, Ass't. Cash. hotel $v50 The latter Cave X and U. B. Cass, the Pine Hill . the amount includes your board at Cave and E. L. Hopkins Vernon, Pine Hill barber were at home hotel and the several routes thru Sunday. Miss the Cave, making the total expen Saturday and two days outing, 89.85. THE , ?EOPBES' BANK Emma H&mm is the guest of her ses for the on tickets 10 days, going on " ' cousin Miss Mattie Owens this Limit - Ky. Mt. Vernon, regular morning trein 3 53, a. m. week. She is on her way home QLdfecSbcfoc rr. Write "or phae L. & N. agent. jD WJMIUCiU, icau, Rev. W. E Bryan at Baltimore is unforgivable. It is not alone that he seeks to play the role played by Mr. Roosevelt as a dictator, but that, in raising a false issue against his party and these services. friend, he has sacrificed private tend 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1 $350.00 KRAUSE PIANO FREE 000 Churches Sunday Schools Lodges signal gets 1000 e. Four More Grand Prizes Aggregating$980,00 at NOMINATION BLANK B. C. Anderson &Son GOOD FOR 1.000 VOTES GENERAL MERCHANDISE pre-emine- nt BRODHEAD, KY. Mt. bvery to 1,000 4 .dccccI Children Oiy Q ASTORIA Children Cry CASJORIA ye&x&3d$ad3 Brodhead 4 GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER w n) iiiiMiiii Sr3fo$b $3D&yLl& JMC)C?PCX Jonas Mckenzie $eaoe$ac$3o e0p B The an e . k Ke AN EYE ON THIS SPACE EACH WEEK, that it Our Motra ithe rc-.?- 2 Thanking my past in Yours N am car-penter- s. JONAS McKENZIE, Ky Mt. ---' 4 i ii ,Lt t t jBK .arv. t- f- :.?r ?VM:iJR-:i- w r 'fr"jii"iiiiPj!.A? liHifiMirr-mm- ki rrWffaMmrttihr3iiiir7to''i mzj Mrs AVeber,- - of Clhltanoogar-i- s with her daughter Mrs. S. . Lewis for a few weeks- - , Mt. Vernon, Ky., July ., 1912 Dr. and Mrs. Harry Weber, up 'No, 79" when of Louisville, came out to spina Call you wanlto Communithe Fourth with the Dr's sister, cate wlih SIGNAL Mrs. S. D. Lewis. I S. T. Proctor Was called to Brodhead yesterday on account of N the serious illness ol his mother, who has typhoid. ML VERNON SIGNAL Fish's Skin 10 d, v. Big clean Shoes-o- n uaa.c of White 79 79 Buc'c now at Fish's. ' Wanted: Chestnut Cord wood, green or deadened. Write, Big Stone June 28 4L -- J CJU c p NASHVILLC Extract Works, Cadet, Va. YOU NEED A NEW SUIT OF CLOTHES YOU CAN GET IT IF! LOUISVILLC R. R. CO. LOCAL TIME TABLE. 22 ucrtn 24 norttt 23 south 21 South Tas. Phone No. 8. us $ee6nd-clas8 ...i2:i9'a Landrum, Agent. Rev. Tinsley preached at Rti 4.46 p m nui, v eacesoay evening. , FoK Sale: $4,500 exclusive 3:53 a m L" Ladies store in Blue Grass county pumps up to $3.50 .for 11:383111 country store which $1.98 Saturday. Sutton & McCee. s&' m W A. Cox will serve ice cream tomprrowjn the Cox building and his intentions are to open an ice cream parlor but has not fullv determined just what he will do. - se NOW THAN YOU WILL LATER "THIS SUMMER SUITS- on some of which Kntred at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice mail matter. PERSONAL Will H. Pish spent yesterday in London. William Youell of Norton, Va., was in town Sunday. Cashier F. L. Thompson spent the Fourth in Louisville. Misses Daisy and Julia Fish spent the Fourth with friends at v" Wildie. Cook, is here from guest ot Mr and Mrs. Jellico, the G. M. Ballard. Win. McCoy, Supt., oftheAl-nit- e Coal Co., was over from John-ett- e, Miss Sallie Monday. Walter Wallin, Q. & C firema has been with his brother Oscar here during the week. Miss Amy Proctor who has been suffering from an abcess for several weeks, is some better. Mr. and Mrs. J. C West, are with Mrs. West's parents, Atty. and Mrs. C. C. Williams. " " Mrs. John Farmer is here from Brooklyn, N. J. with her sister-i- n law, Mrs. S.. F. Bowmon. Miss Frances Forbes will be assistant to Miss Rose McCord Principal of Brown Memorial next ear. Mrs. Lee Chestnut who has been so ery ' sick for several weeks, continues in a very critical 3 conditiou. Miss Clyde Watson . and 4itt,ie niece, Miss Mildred Robins, of Brodhead, are the guests of Mr. LIVINGSTON. The Bible class No. 1, of the and Mrs. F. L. Durham. Christian church gave a supper; Miss Rose McFerron was up The ' Livin2ston public school- - Thursday evening, at the Mason Breezy Hill, Sunday and from began Monday with ic hall. All report agood time. Monday, with her sister Mrs. E. B. McClure as principle, Leo Chan- Mr. and Mrs Geo. Ttylor, of. nb mmm w -mi m mm w Cox and Miss Georgia McFerron. BMMWM dler second aud a Miss" Kincor Louisville are visiting Mr? and " es JMcGuiref of Mrs Mr. ano Mrs. J. A. Landrum third Mrs. David Lindsay. Lloyd I take this means of announcing to the were in London Wednesday. They East iBennstadt is visfting' her Ma ret', 'ofM t. Vernon, will go to daughters, Mrs. Alvin Carico, handling train orders in the near I have public took their littla sou William to have returned from the and'" Mrs Hugh Jenkins at this future, lack to you Lloyd. Mr. his tonsils treated and adnaids re city where I purchased a car load of high L- - Cockrell has treated O. place.-moved. D.. Bryant has retufned after his" property jio a new; coat of a few1 days stay in' Cincinnati, Rev. James Riddle; accompanied grade which is now on paint. There is a series, of meet- Ohio.. Dr. W. T. Francis, of Mt. by his two pretty d: ughters, Miss-Mattiings going on at the Methodist Vernon, the tooth carpenter has exhibition in my large ware room for inMae and little Miss Susie, Church, at Calloway. Mr. C. E. .hung out his shingle again in our were pleasant visitors at this office I showing the mostup-to- spection Rice was in Mt. Vernon, Monday. town. Mrs. R. J. Lemonds anj v Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. M. Browning, of daughter, Elizabeth, have returnMr. and Mrs. Richard Branaman date and best line of furniture ever brought Ludlbw, Ky., are visiting Mr.. and ed after a pleasant visit with of Wildie, passed through here Mrs. David Rambo, and Mr. and relatives Louisville. John in to town Bed room suits 'Davenports, Sunday on their way from Brod little Mullinshas returned from Level Mrs. J. H. Browning.p-head where they had been visiting Couches Dining tables Center tables Mrs. Jaclcson Greeu, and reports his brother child of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. John Crawford. Roy much improved. Willie Yaden Jones is very sick. Mrs Chairs Rockers Wardrobes Safes in fact The People of Mt. Vernon and Judge S. D. Fenwick and little daughter, are made a flying trip to Brodhead, especially the music patrons will everything in the furniture line needed to I Sunday- .- W. R. Ward, .who has Farm for sale: I desire to Lewis in his efforts in their be- visiting in Lebanon this week. be glad to learn that Miss Claudia Uncle Geo. Pope fenVains very been working at Sargent, Letch sell my farm of about 200 acres, half, if it be true that he has five Dodson will be at the head of the furnish and beautify your home Ward , who er County, Ky., for some time with good houses, and in good state acres planted in sanitary gourds, feeble. Miss Alice music department again next year. of cultivation, located four miles of the long handled variety. After has been attending school at ims returned home. Fritz Kreu Remember we have-Carpe- ts Miss Georgia McFerron left south of Mt. ger of Mt Vernon, was here Vernon, near Wabd these gourds mature, next fall Richmond, has returned home. yesterday for a visit at West post office A desireable place and it is proposed to manufacture them Miss uarne Graves ot i'aris, Ky., Sunday. F. L. Thompson, the and a large and well selected assortLiberty, after which she will re- if sold at once will sell at a bar into dippers, each of which will is visiting relatives here. Miss good natured salesman of Mt. Richmond for the gain. to turn ment be equipped with a stout cord, Nettie Rice, is spending a few Vernon, was in our midst Friday. R. p. Norton, and to attend the' July Chautauqua days with relatives in Paris, Ky. Miss Ella Mae Farley has returnWabd, Ky. made of twisted sanitary hickory this space each week for prices 5.3t! summer school. Anderson, who is ed from visiting relatives at bark, for securing the drinking Mr. Charles Service at the Christiau church Miss Mollie Parker, who bears vessel around the traveler's neck taking a Special course in Berea Lebanon Junction and Louisville. will interest you distinction of being one of the Sunday morning and evening. or swinging over the shoulder. College, is spending a few days Wedding bells will ri g soon, the few successful women lawyers, is The pastor's subjectSunday raorn-i- n The folding drinking cup trust with his brother E. J. Anderson, there is one young man making will be "The- - Church, our ob here lrom her home in Berming-naplace. Mr. J. B. Hays, too many visits to Rowland. Will may attempt to buy or bluff our visiting relatives in the ligation to and privilege in it". countyman from his undertakings who has been very sick for a few give nam-ilater. Mr. Wm. The subject for the evening will be county. small Preston has returned from Lebis suggested that Cull McClure days, continues very ill.-?-It to me". The be made chief gourd inspector child of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Smith anon Mr. Daniel Brown of Skidraorc, 'What is Jesus , Junction after a pleasant young peoples ChristiaujEndeavor Mo., a brother of Mr. Jonas Brown under the pure food and drugs "died Sunday, and was burried visit with relatives. Miss Rolwill meet promptly at 6.45, first be- was here this week, being in the. is earnestly hoped no Monday, at the family "burying lins of Earlington, Ky., was here fore church services. 'Every one act. It county on a visit to relatives and gourd trust' will be "developed and ground at Sand Hill. Prof . W.R. between trains Thursday. Miss is cordially invited to attend the movement on foot which wilt; Brown, 20 70 pound lambs at & ' old friends. It has been forty five that congress wi'l be asked to Dickerson, will teach ths Mullins Christine Asher of Wallaceton, is is a services. . sprung later for a road lead- - cents: from George Brown 78.; years since Mr. Brown left the put this product of the vine on School, near Mullins Station. the pleasant guest of her sister, be Geo. Tinsley, lambs at 6 cents; from; from Livingston to Pine Hill. county Unfortunately the We understand that "it was a Mrs. L. H. Davis. John Clark lug the free lis-- . are going to have some im A. B. Brown,. Jr., 35 Pastor, i Baltimore convention was too hung jury in the Mink and Foure who has been quite sick, for We By an unintentional oversight provements if we have to do it lambs at 6 cents; from Kavanangh we failed to mention the birth of The county desiring to experi busily engaged in other affairs to case, over a horse and mule swop. some time is some better. After ourselves. Marshal Penningtou and Hudson 25 lambs a fine girl baby, to the wile of O. ment as to the actual cost of Pike give this matter the attention it Ji)hn Lear was awarded the con- - seven days hard work the demo- is still working on the streets and at 6 cent; from Mit Warner 2o r A tract of carrying the mail, from crat convention nominated F. Wallen last week. The baby building in Rockcastle county, justly deserves. '? lambs at 6 cents; from doing splendid work. Cam Mul- Livingston to McKee, Jackson, Willson on the 46th., balis doing well, but part of the time will build one half mile of pikj, be William Watkins 12 The steam roller has shoved lins, of Mt. Vernon, was in our the mother has been in a serious ginning at the corporate limits of Teddy into the coolest, deepest Co. J. E. Woodall, who repre- lot. Champ Clark was our choice city last week. tamos at- - 6J cents. Interior condition. We are glad to say she the town extending toward Brod- pool in Salt River and released sents Kellogg & Co., of RrjTjjnond, but the majority was for Willson Journal Ky., was in our town Thursday, and we' are satisfied. Now the V. A. Lear, of Garrard, reports is doing nicel? at this time. head. Mr. Tip Langford an old the donkey which has occupiedj that old 'swimmm hole' to these with his samples, talking trade to Perns will have a Walk Over and the following purchases of lambs: t Born to the wife ot Dr. Lee grader and road builder, will have many years. The. Government surplus up toi oui: merchants. Mrs. J.E. Woodx with Willson as our standard , ;, ' From T I, Hamilton 5o 75-- 1 Chestnut Monday a girl baby charge of the work and a thorough . , For summer diarrhoea in child- all, of London, is visiting Mrs. bearerr we see victory looming up pound Iaibs at 6 cents; Mrs. test wm oe made of what it costs which died last night. C. E. Rice. John "nPred with Hardin, .of and if we all do our duty there Wm.Scott 66 85Pound lambs who has also had to build a good road in the county. ren always give Chamderlain's Chestnut at the same time last Cholic, Cholera, and Diarrhoea London, is visiting relatives in will be a democrat President in M -- mc f--n oJ -, ..v.. jw u.u.v.v., appendicitis is in a very critical The county officials expect to Remedy and caster oil, and a our town. Mr. and Mrs. John ,the White House the next four "7 pound lambs at 6 cents; from year. 75 baby - was build some pikesjn Rockcastle and speedy cure is certain. For sale The condition. Mounce. of Hazel Patch, are visit years to come.--W- elI what has Dan Doalan .25 6s;poud Iambs at ' Cull McClure's- - place premature evidently due to the tliey want to know something at bv. Chas. C. Davis. was,- ing Mr. and Mrs. becojtxqf the pike. , leading to 6j cents; fr,om Angle Sanders .4. YiBikeu ny , ' which Mrs. least of what they are doing, and intense suffering ssall .Hood. , ,Pti The Whortleberry crop inth1s Pine Hill?; We would be glad to 65 pound lambs at 64 scents; Chestnut has undergone for the what it's worth to build a mile of tied the griiid-stws-tpeach FOR' FLETCHER'S vicinity issplendid, and they. are hear more sbout-it- , as it was from Wm.- Lackey 44. ', tree, and let tee frame .ioit pike e ,past several weeks. , cointy, . ' off selling at 80 cents per gallon' coming itfotir direction There laoits at 6e$nts;. from Hoiman im tfe Mrs.-Georg- ia e invoiced 1200. Other property The big rock crusher at Sparks very desWbJ quarry win oereaay to start to E. C. Boggs, Agent. morrow. Mv52t. Nicholasville, Ky. Keep an eye on your .friend."; Cleaning, dying, repairing and yoa know what to expect from All work guaranteed. pressing. you renemies. Our motto, you must be satisfied Every thing will soon be in readi- ,or your money back. ness for the Mt. Vernon Fair.. C. H. Mullins, Aug., 7,-- 8 and 9. Over Bakers store." v Mt. Vernon, Ky. The Fourth passed off quiety all over the county. In fact it was XosT-r- A ladies gold watchj I just a little too quiet. bad watch a short time n'efore Have you seen that new line of hoarding-traiat Hazel Patch, and and 50 cents neckwear at Fish's. missed it a short iirueafttr reach25 Its the biggest assortment in th s ing Livingston. Whether I lost it vicinity. at Hazel Patch, on the train oral Look out for the Mt. Vernon Livingston' can not say.. A liberal Fair catalogues, next week. Get reward will be paid for the return one early so you can have your ex- of same. Mrs. J. S. Monroe. hibit readv. Livingston, Ky. The first thing a man better A. "M. Hiatt, Secretary of the understand about a woman is Jthat there's nothing about a woman he Rockcastle County Fair Asso. informs us that he is working a big can understand. crew of men improving the BrodNight crews have been put on head Fair Grounds, and making at three of the stone Crushing ready for the coming exhibition a plants, and work is carried on portion of the field fence is oeing twenty hours a day. made new, some of the buildings Are you in the race for the piano being covered, a new inside feqce .which' B. C. Anderson & " Son of around the track, and various imBrodhead are giving away? Read provements. The main object is the announcement on third page. to make preparations to care for The ladies of the Rebekah lodge the immense crowds, that will no will give a play at the Graded douot attend this Fair this season. school .building on J ily 30th. prolames H. Branuaman the ceeds to go for the benefit of the popular 'young Wildie merchant lodge. gave a lawn partv Saturday The two weeks revival at the evening June 22nd. at his home Christian church closed last Sun- afWildie. There were several day night with twenty nine ad guests from Berea, Richmond and ditions, fifteen by confession and other towns near by making a crowd of sixty or over. .Water-raelonfourteen bv letter etc. ice cream, cakes and. fruits FlieS, while a" HWe ' more of all kind were served and a numerous than the potato bug, very pleasant evening was spent. are very scarce in these parts this Straw hats at prices way down season. Probably like the spudd below zero at Fish's. pest they about friz out last The largest number of men that winte. ever assembled together in Mt Wanted: 50 novs to sell Vernon, in any Bible schocl ser novelties in fairs, picnics, shows, vice met last Sunday at the Court ball games. Be first, write today. House, connection with the Chrs- Send to cents for terms, postage, tian Bible school. This class was etc. W. T. Hodgen, made up of 4s men of different oc. ' , BOX 232, r ' in and Ground town Cfinrrihpltevill Mvi pupationsV& Atty. John W. Brown is the men Regular seryices at the Baptist' teacher of Prof. Houston's men's church Sunday fuly 7 afan.a. m. class aud a special effort is being and 7:45 p. m. Sunday School at made to get 00 men to join this 10 a. m. Public cordially invited. class at the Court houie next SunTeachers meeting and song service day morning at 9.30. Come and at church every Tuesday evening bring a friend. at 7:30. Prayer meeting every E. R. Gentry, Thursday evening at 7:30. WelPresident. come and glad to have you. The traveling public generally The pastor. ought to appreciate -n and we want to keep busy To encour- -' agelyou to help us do it we have cue the price on 49 of our most attractive is the OFF SEASON Save Wmk"'"-- ! -- I SUT HHHUBMHIlK -- EvervtSuit is right up to the minute in style &$0 guarantee you a fit &satisfactory wear This is really a Wonderful Saving. The People of Rockcastle and Adjoining Counties have helped You will .understand, theiv.foie, the great satisfaction .we feel in us mnkeTStliis store what itis. proving worthy, as we do, here, of their continued respect and patronage. - 0 C "WE STAND b BY WHAT YOU BUY Mail and 'Phone Orders Filled Promptly and AVE VkBB52Ei l PAY EXPRESS ANYWHERE within 100 miles on $5. ORDERS. Try Us. iw s, ISl Ttimri "" ANNOUNCEMENT -' m W that just E. - ! FURNITURE am -- A Mattings Rugs; 1 ! Watch They of-thi- s s E.LCOCKRELL" LIVINGSTON, KY. A J -- 70-pou- 70-pou- 78-pou- Go-ern- or 73-pou- 75-pou- f-- on ih xro' 76-Dou- at,t7525: f'l " lyi "" -- Allen-Mounc- Children Cry o - m-tb- eacitaet ' A a a. .a tf'irj f;;f1'USfiWf -- i, 57 "" ira W$m$-3- r TTn-...Ma ""T- - - - , '' i. '" l Wfw -- nri - Tin r mn cssswrao .. Wonderful Cures Reported l Is? Germany- - COMMISSIONER'S SALE HOCr CASTLti CIRCUIT COURT. Win. Taylor, et al, Plaintiffs r3 - -T- - -- - - r -- rr?grrfr,-i v..LffeA - .- .Co nrMWwv1 LXVEL GREEN. COVE S Of the morfc concentrated and of The use of simple herbs a4 remed .esrasteag w morgan.o.ubsta g almost a usually more dangerous - has " payq w.,d In Germany a nevr schco of reuc in . Tvhole oi the pharmacopeia and animals in curing -' Ithg physician to the Invalids' Hotel and It was Dr. R. V. liercw, chfVo --- nm ad,ocatcd the extended use of some , ., dfake Surfiical Institute of dufiao.N. c'h;ct infiredint8 in Doctor of our native roots .such cr.errybsrL.lta'r tiese are the and queen's root, Mac Ua favorably known has been wh&ad Pierce's Golden Medlcd Discovery - -h lor xiinu. ...,;,. nas ciuhuiu. t. w" SICIUUtU Wl"" ii.it ncziirs V'TnnwN' of Owning, fl. x. says: s-ui7 -- - g " ... Tinvri -i- iiiilsisMS w7 - On account of sickness of tH writer we failed to have any LgVei Green news last week, but tlrs week we are glad to say she is Vs I Commiisioner'a Sale. some better. Mis. Amanda Mabel Bishop, ct al, Defendants. Thompson is visiting her daught By virtue of a judgment and order of er, Mrs. M. E. Price, this week. sale of the koekcastle Circuit Court, "W. E. Anderson was the pleasant rendered at the April Term, 1912 thereof, I shall proceed to offer for sale at guest of his cousins, Charles and the front door of the Court lloube in Hobart Brown from Saturday unMt. Vernon, Rockcastle County, Ky., to til Tuesday. C. E. Mullins, the the highest and best bidder' at public traveling salesman for Arnold, afairinai. l'olIoK' country . . . . i aa csumiiui , m l. ! loiiirorv ' ;;,:;' .y - iMuitv now "..t- .,,n0 fonUnr? hotter print perniKsion to T1I1II ;i Ml LI1U J. 3 D. Mjltiiedon. EiQ. LkL.." I farmers! Call On Us For Turning Plows Double-Shove- l D Plows GARDEN & CORN-FIELHOES Stock Poultry Food Guaranteed & Noe & Davis s: Yesterday To-morro- w TO-DAY to-da- Tc-da- y only a vision, YESTERDAY is but a dream, well lived makesevery yesterday a dream of hapbut piness and every a vision uf hope. Therefor- y bring your account to not yesterday nor to-da- THE BANK OF MT. VERNON Then our hope is that all your monoys will bring you happiness, and prosperity, and all your recollections of yesterday will bring yon great satisfacticn and all your dealings and relations with this Bank will bring you great prosperity. MT. VERNON THE BANK OF KENTUCKY N1T.VERNON, C. C. WILLIMS, President. W. L. RICHARDS, Cashier. ra: I UrHDEBTA&BB Hand-mad- e a mm HI Our line of Couch 'Caskets is unexcelled M Coffinsfurnislied Hearse sent to all parts of t he County Al! orders by Wire Promptly Filled 1 W. A, COX,! Phone 94-- S I I if MT. VERNON, KY We understand that Mr. W. P B.Davis, of Mt. Vernon, w 1 teaph onr school this ear Mit. R. J . Shepheid spent Saturday with her siMer Mrs. John 3hej-her- d at Mt. Vernon. Eld. J. W. Ridile will preach at the schoo houe buiiday at 3 p. m A number ot young folks of this vicinity atlended the baptizing at Buckeye Jsunday. Misses Mattie, auction, on Monday, the 22nd day of Hamilton & Lux,on, of Richmond, Fannie and Virgie Riddle were the July, 1912, between the hours of 9:00 a. Miss guests ofMisse-- Docie and Ncra in. and 4:00 p. m.. being regular County .JCy., was here Tuesday. ShepLerd Sunday. Court day, on a credit of six months, Jala Thompson visited KatiePrice Mr. and Mrs. John Grider spent the fjllowinsr described real estate lo- from Saturday until Sunday. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs A. L. cate I in Rockcastle County, Kentucky, Miss- - Viola Deborde began her boing two tracts located on the waters school near M t. Vernon, Monday. Adams. Willie Shepherd attended of DL'K's River, and bounded as folMr. and Mrs. D. R. Gentry the meeting at bhady Grove Sunlows: day. Mr. and Mrs. Emmit Tred First Tract; Beginning at a white visited Mrs. Ellen Brown, Satur way spent Sunda w th Mr. and oalc stump over the head of the double day. -- Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Mullins thence with the line of the 190 are the proud parents of their Mrs. Henry i'redwrt , . John F sh of the Buceve section wis m this acres, S56 E 20 poles to a stone; S 15i first born a boy. Miss Maud E 14 poles to a stone tet in for a divisvicinity Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. ion corner; thence a new line N 82 E S7 Thompson visited her sister, Mrs. Joe Thompson, of Mt. Vernon, last week. poles to a stone with a Spanish oak and W. T. Thompson visited Mrs. Thompson's sister, white oak pointers; thence N64E33 Miss Martha Jones was in Mt. Mrs. Henry Tredway last of the G links to a stone poles and and small Vernon shopping Saturday. gum with two gums and che&tnut oak Mr. and Mrs. W.J Brown visited week. Misses Mary Cain and pointers, corner made at intersection Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Brown, .Mon- Onie Silvers were in Mt. Vernon of outside line: thsnee with same N8J day MaryBrown continues about shopping Saturday. Miss Mattie V 25 poles and two links to a stone in Owens attended the mettiug at said line, with 3 hickory and black oak the same. Misses Lottie aud pointers; thence a new line S 80 W at Susie Denny spent Saturday and New Hope Sunday. 128 "poles, crossing Double Spring Sunday with Miss Lizzie Hurst HAPPIEST GIRLIN LINCOLN Branch, in all 130 poles to a stone in The farmers have been very busy A Lincoln, Neb., girl writes. the outside line of the 191J acre tract; thence with said line S 15 E12 poles the past week harvesting wheat; "I had been ailing for some time and to a stake, la&t corner to said tract; they report a good crop. Chas. with chronic constipation thence S l E crossing Double Spring Vauhook suffered the loss of a fine stomach trouble. I began taking Branch at 10 poles, in all 47 poles to the young mare. Little Sallie Price Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets and beginning, and containing 5g acre?, three days I wa is visiting her cousin, Emma able to be in and got better more or less. up right along. I am the proudest L,ies south of first Isaacs at Woodsiock this week. Second Tract: tract and is bounded on the east and E. Wheeldon and Byron Owens girl in Lincoln to find such a good west by the MaretbuJg aud Brodhead of Brodhead, were in this part medicine." For sale by Chas. C. public road and lands of Louisville & Tuesday. Henry Todd left for Davis. Nashville R. R. Co., on the bouth by It is told of Cull McClure that the lands of the Louisville Naahville R. Indiana. Thomas Lawrence, who has been in Oklahoma for several in his early courtship days he R. Co., and containing about one acre months, returned home Monday. visited a girl who stuttered. On and a half, more or less. For the purchase price the purchaser Otto Brown, who has been sick leaving the house, one time, she must execute bond with approved sure- for some time, is improving. went with him as far as the fiont ty, bearing interest from day of sale un Floyd Gentry was in Mullins Sta- door and said "Cull are you til paid and having the force and effect tion, Monday, on business. John coming around next of a judgment. " Bidders must be preMullins and sister, Mrs. R. B. Unfortunately the bull dog lying pared to comply with these terms, G. S. Griffin, Sams, of Livingston, have been on the porch heard her remark , Master Commissioner, with their brother, O. J. Mullins, ror he chased Cull for half a mile Rockcastle Circuit Court for the past week. H. S. Thompefore it occurred to him that INSECT BITE COSTS LEG. son, a prominent citizen of Walnut robably she was going to say A Boston man lost his leg Grove, died Tuesday the 2nd. 'Sunday ' instead of "sic'm Tige" from the bite of an insect two His remains were laid to rest at years before. To avert such Mt. Pleasant, Wednesday. James calamities from stings and bites of Ping will teach the Level Green FOR FLETCHER'S insects use Bucklen's Ainica Salve I promptly to kill the poison and school this year. He will begin E. Gastineau, of 15th J. preveut inflamation, swelling and the aud pain. Heals burns, boils, Florida, was in this part last ulcers, piles, eczema, cuts bruises. week. Miss Ellen Brown visited Only 25 cents at Chas. C. Davis, her sister, Mrs. Hattie McQueary, Away back yonder Cull McClure near Piato. Sunday. O.L. Hatcher bought a dog which had the was in this part this week on Miss Viola Deborde propensity of running away and business returning to its former home. entertained a few of her little Your uncle Cull didn't do a thing friends in honor of Virginia and Over U. G. Baker's Store. but buy the dogs formsr place ot Sidney Crawford, of Mt. Vernon. Crown aud Bridge Work a specialty. All work guaranteed. residence and move to it. His Those present were Misses Anna dogrhip having no other resort Brown, Rose Gentry, Essie Gladys and Joyce was simply obliged lo remain with Brown, Hazel, Price, and Elizabeth Isaacs. his new owner. They had a delightful time. THE CHOICE OF A HUSBAND WHAT MAKES A WOMAN? is too important a matter for a Mt Vernon, Ky. woman to be handicapped by One hundred and twenty pounds wepkness, bad blood or foul breath more or less, cf bone and muscle Home and office in the late residence Avoid these kill hopes by taking don't make a woman. Its a good ")r. Myers formerly occupied on Old Dr. Kidg's Life Pills. New joundathn. Put into health and .lain St.," Mt. Vernon. strength, fine complexion, pure strength and she may rule a Am at ray office at all times. But that's just what breath, cheerful spirits things kingdom. their use. Electric Bitters give her. Thous that win C. C. Easy, sate sure. 25 cents at Chas ands bless thea far overcoming ATTORNEY-AT-LAC. Divis. (fainting and dizzy splls and foi nervoumesy-backachMT. VERNON. KY. Cull McClure, years ago, sent dispelling weakness, and tired, listlefs, worn On 2nd. floor o the following testimonial to a out feeling. "Electric Bitters CheBank of Mt. Vernon, on Church medicine company: "I use to have done me a world of good" treet. Special attention given have fainting spells, something writes Eliza Pool, Depew, Okla., o collections. like fits, but afier taking three 'and I thank you, with all m Phone No. 80. bottles of your excelledt remedy neart, foi making such a good Guaran medicine." Only 50c. I haven't had any sense''. teed by Chas. C. Davis. ? -s CASTORIA Por Infants and Children. The Kind You Have WrCDfc Ki9.M. Iau, Always Bought ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT. ANgelaWcPrcparationlcrAs-similalinSihcFoodamiRKiiiia ling UtcStontachs aMBoweisof Bears the Signature I, AAJJ 9 'vtf.i.Tr,A.iMu;i: PromolesDfeestionJCteerfur ncss and ResLContalns neither Wpium.Morph.inc norMoeraL NOT NARCOTIC. EieofouikSMinnam BsrpiaSetd JlxSaaa- BCarieBckSdti Ctenfkd Sumr m IlsraSerd' ( lll vwiwif UCMCk &1&11K-U- Yorras.Convulsionsfevenslr itEss amLLOSSur jja&t. oo"'H HacSMe Signature of f(V $ In j TMC Use For Over rf '.' The Centauh Compact, NEW YOKft. Thirty Years ftc2, , Guaranteei; CASTORIA CtNUUH COMPANY. Exact Copy of Wrapper. NtOM CITY. pjmmniwniininmmmnwinnimmminniiiHnninimK I NL'. YEMDN DJ5SKET CD. i &iL : : PRACTICAL UNDERTAKERS FUNERAL DIRECTORS, H 3 and E3IBAL3IERS Mt. Vernon, Ky, rS 3: 2 OU CH METALI CCASKETS Children Cry Coffins and Robes. OASTO RA J. P. GREEN Es: Licened Embalmor will have charge of that line of company. work for the 3 : Orders by wire promptly tilled. Hearse sent to all points .rS: Dentist g GEORGE OWENS, Office Mt, Vernon Monumental Building Manogerg 112 PHONE llillillillillillilillimiUlliliUliliiliiliiiiiliilUllilliliiiilllilii W. T. FRANCIS, Young Women Read what Cardui did for Miss Myria Engler, of Faribault, Minn. She says: "Let me tell you how much good Cardui has done me. As a young girl, I always had to suffer so much with all kind of pain. Sometimes, I was so weak that I could hardly stand on my feet I got a bottle of Cardui, at the drug store, and as soon as I had taken a few doses, I began to feel better. Today, 1 feel as well as anyone can." Dentist men-follo- w Williams, TAKE e LARDUlWoman'sTonfc Are you a woman? Then you are subject to a large number of troubles and irregularities, peculiar to women, which, m time, often lead to more serious trouble. A tonic Is needed to help you over the hard places, to relieve weakness, headache, and other unnecessary pains, the signs of weak nerves and over-wor- k. For a tonic, take Cardui, the woman's tonic. You will never regret it, for it will certainly help you. Ask your druggist about it He knows. He sells it fer Special Initrochotts. and 64-c- i9 fi-- Burns white, clear and fcteady to the last drop. For the sake of everyone in the family. Insist en having Old Cull says the more civiliza an optomisl tion we have the more complaints-w- UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER His reply. "It was the delegate Hi will hear about fleas. who thought the steam roller says when he was a bov nobod would bust a tire. paid any attention to a flea. e Cull was asked his definition of 1. CMeCLftRY took. Home Treatment for Women." sen free. J 59 Solite Lamp Oil Refinery Sootleeg Odor Smokeless less Costa no more than ln tank-wag- on lerlor kinds. Saves eyes; laves money. Your dealer has It In barrels direct iron HIsh-Grad- CHAS. C. Pa. STOLL OIL CO., LOUISVILLE, KY.Oil. st Warren, Auto Motor Goso'lne, e "No-Carb" Pin 'vir worKs CASTOR A Por and Children. I Infants The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of hirdren Cry FLETCHER'S CASTORI A O FOR kSpO--- 1 A TEXAS WONDER. myz3fr&$&3 tnford, Ky. Kgyrgx&x. $3c$pk&c& MR. PROPERTY OWNER-St-op! Consider! Why not use the best possible when YOU pay the bill? Hanna's Green Seal Stands for everything that is best in paint The pigments used are properly proportioned and thoroughly compounded. STUDY THE FORMULA AS SHOWN ON EACH PACKAGE Mil, ; and bladder troubles, removing gravel, cures diabets, weak and lame backs, rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidnejs and Regu in boty men and women. lates bladder troubles in cbibren Ifnotsoldby your druggist, will be sect by mail on receipt ol $1.00. One small bottle in two months treatment, and seldom Send lot fails to perfect a cure. testimonials from his and other states. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive stieet Louis, Mo. Sold by Druggist. The Texas Wonder curesiidney CHAS. Cy DAVIS THE DRUGGTST SAYS That Tennyson or Longfellow conld take a worthless sheet of paper and write a poem on it and m ake it worth $75.000-tha- t's genius and there are others who can write a few words on a sheet of paper and make it worth $8,000,000 -- that's capital and this ration ot ours can take an ounce and a quartea of gold and stamp upon it an Eagle- Vl?l uuu TKICilrrk lu mMV. pu. uuau o m TlTT uuu juiuo fF uui uuu iuaac numu n U.,C? uijin.jr On1 cfmi ui yoeng ladies will buy a hat for $1 25 but prefere one that cost $35. -- that's foolishness. 1 might sign my name to a ceeque for a $1,000,000, but it wouldn't be worth a dime-tha- t's rouge. But some people will tell you that they can nonsense-tr- y t's me. serveyou as well as Chink 01-ir- T Mount Vernon Monumental l ? 11T PNEUMONIA left me with a frightful cough aud very weak. Ihadspellswhenlcoujd hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 90 minutes. My doctor could not help me, but J. wag completely curea oy tit i t ill m ' ; 1 1 2 9. WEoL' Wm W V9SQ m WHIM "HANNA'S GREEN SEAL PAINT 1 Made to Weir" 111:: rmn sale by ll!.v! illilli'liM B I ill JM DR. KING'S New Discwery . and and Granite Monuments o all Estimates furnished kinds. on application. Manufact nrer of IV DEALER Marbles but-tha- Yours C- - trulj Vernon. Ky. C, D.AVIS, Mt. 'PHONE No. 39 NOE& DAVIS , ) , Mrs. J. AND E.-Go- x, 50e $1.M AT ALL JoUet, HI. SU MU ttTt. .GrEQ.CWNS;Propr Phone 112' oc&dBx& va i3c3ic5a93iccj