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Bio FOURTH AT JOHNETTA HiRh and broad jumps concluded Ingal Baugbman were over from Brodhead s The Circus of the Air L --. .: s. ' "i !M " m&S liiiiiiw MtwWw4wii Mi it ' s l . :!! ,ll""L!' i y j fit JrySMr ' "TfasSmmltk. JIHB&'t dlK J if''t T - 'i n - ." ii.ii -" J iS J M " T j '' in ' jlli 1- J J . '.'PROWSE B1PLSNE" MODEL 'A' Three Days Each Day Presenting an Opportunity to see "A HEAVIER THAN AIR " Flying Machine Fly with the Ease and Grace of a Bird, Circling, Darting with Speed Greater than Our Fastest Trains YOU WILL BE FILLED fiWITH DARING FEATS OF THE AIR B V rodhead Fair August 14, 15, 16 1912 I WMBBXM m To Editor of Mt. Vkrnon Signal: The glorious Fourth has come and goue. and we felt that your many readers ui'ght be interested in the doings of their countrymen over here ou Brush Creek. For Several weeks it has been known that Mr. William McCoy the polite and efficient superintendent of the Allnite Coal V' Laniber Co., at'Joh-'ett- a intended for his men to have a day off and celebrate the 4th. Young and old of the com' tnunity believed that Mr. McCoy would arrange a program for the day that would be both entertaiu-ing- . instructive and enjoyable and bo the occasion was awaited with anxiety by all. Mr. McCoy's father, Mr. John B. McCoy, his mother and brother. Saul, of Danville Pa., had arrived to visit their son and brother about a week since and on the 3rd. Judge J.- - Cbenault, President of the company, and his wife came up and together they all perfected the. arrangements for the days entertainment which was to begin at throe o'clock in the afternoon. Early In the afternoon people began to arrive and by the time the exercises bean over one hundred persons bad assembled at Tohnetta to witness and to be in the performances. The entertain ment opeued with a seventy yard foot race for small boys, then for larger. boys then for men; then an ! apple race, sack race and wheel-barrorace in the same manner. . Suitable prizes for first and second winners were offered and each and every coutest was spirited and lively. The races over, came the tug of war. This exercise being new to us we will explain. A large rope about) forty feet long was secured, fivedoys or men se- cured each end of the rope and winners of the tug of war was the successful five in pulling the 'other five over the center line cf the rone. It was ceitainly. a very pxritinpr foal nf strength nnd pu. joyed by all of the spectators. w '.. Jobnetta Ky., July 4U1. 191 2 the afternoon performance and Cooksburg for a few days last Martin delightfully entertained preparations were at once begun week. Walter and Dave Roberts a number of her little friends at for the evening entertainment. of Maywood made their usual a birthday party Friday after The evening entertainment be- calls here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. noon. Miss Minnie Hiatt has gun by an oration by Judge Che-nau- lt O. F. Sutton of Mt. Vernon, returned home arter spending a lollowed by Mr. John B. Spent a few days here last week, most delightful week in Wildie McCoy and Mr. Wm. McCoy after with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Miss Clyde Watson has returned which a thousand or more of J.M. Owens. W. C. Turpen was home after visiting in Mt. Vernon skyrockets, and roman candles il- down from Mullins Station a few aud Maretburg, she was accomluminated the beautiful little valley days this week. Mattye Wilmott panied home by Miss Eila Carof Johnetta and lightened up the has been quite sick for a few days, son. Rev. E. M. Armitage is mountain sides surrounding it. but, is able to be out again. visiting his parents at French-burSeveral American flag balloons Homer Wallen was in town for a this week. B. I. Blanken-shi- p lighted up were sent thousands few days this week. of Stanfoed, was in town Walter of feet iu the air and sailed to the Robins was in Mt. Vernon last Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. . . surrounding neighborhoods notify, week. John Evans was over Tula Reynolds of Wildie is visitmg tjqoge who had not attended, from Lexington, with homefolks ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. that a grand celebration of the 4th. for a few days this week. J. E. Lee Coffee this week. Lee Chanwas taking place at Johnetta- Wallen was with homefolks first dler left Monday for Livingston, At ten p. m. the celebration of the week. Mrs. Lum Pointer where he will assist in the school was concluded and those assembled of London was the guest of Mr. at that place, Byron Owens also reluctantly started for their home and Mrs. I. R. Storm last week, left Monday for Pine Hill where but it' could be heard on all sides C. C. Howell from he will begin his school. Mr. words of highest praise for Wra. Livingston, Suday. Brack Dur- - Geo. Hiatt, Dave Pointer and Wilmcooy anu, inose wno nan assisted , ham was up from Crab Orchard lie McBee. of Mount Vernon, him in furnishing for this com Sunday. Earl Tharp is working were in town Tuesday. lney munlty the most enjoyable outing in Crab Orchard a few days this were appointed by the County they had ever had. week. Owen Cass was up from judge as a committee to assess Mr. Editor let me mention Stanford Sunday. David Craig the damage of the land conagain that at least one hundred of of Mt. Vernon, was in town cal- demned by the board of trustees our citizens assembled to take ling Sunday afternoon. Mrs. for the purpose of building side nnrf. tti nr nritnoce ffio AvAvricae? Jonnie Brown of Louisville, The committee alio wed is walks. Every person on the ground was with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Martin $25.00, Mrs. Manie orderly and well behaved, No JaoULeeoe. Mi', and Mrs. Sam Prothero 5 00, andT. S. Frith disturbance of any kind occurred. Roberts of Lebanon Junction, $5.00. Uncln John Sowder is Every one present seemed to be on were with relatives here last very low, having suffered another his best behavior and while I en- week. Mr, O. W. Turpen is stroke of paralysis. His recovery joyed to the IqUest everything working in Livingston, this week is very doubtful. Mrs. J. B. done, the exemplary way in. which j .Mr. Tip Edwards of Dustan, Pike, and Miss Etta Cable were our people acted filled me with Oklahoma, and his mother, Mrs. seriously hurt in a train wreck at more pleasure than the performance . Amy Edwards of Richmond, and Paint Lick, a few days ago. A promises another nUd Mrs. Sarah Piss of Rich- - protracted meetiug will begin at Mr. McCoy program for the next 4th. and mond, are with their daughter the Baptist Church by Rev. conducted sincerely hope it may be as en aud sister, Mrs" O. W. Turpen evening, and other relatives here this Barnes, of Danville, and assisted joyable as the one just past. week. H. B. Durham was over by the Pastor, Rev. T. C. Duke. David G. Clark from Danville between trains Rev. Barnes is a fine speaker, Monday. Walter Miller was up and the public is specially invit BltOUUEAD. from Lebanon Jmnction Tuesday. ed to attend A. M. Hiatt and I: J. T. Cherry and Miss Ella Walter Robins were in Wildie, Charles Lyons was up from Junction City last week. Mrs. Dunn were up from Crab Orch- Conway, jMmiiita. and. Q,tiher L. B. Hilton was up from Stan- - ard Tuesday. Edd Rogers was points, advertising the Brodhead ford last week, she was accom-th- e with his aunt, Mrs. Ellen Mahaf fair, and looking after other busipanied home by her two little fey a few days this week. W.H. ness Thursdaj'. brothers, Robert and Willie Cass. Anderson was in Spiro, Ottawa, Andrew Shampney, of Yonkers W. H. Anderson, U. B. Cass, Quail, Bromo and Level Green H. L. Willson and "Wallace Hag- - advertising the Piano Contest N. Y., has appealed to the poHiatt accom- - lice to make bis wife stop kissing srnril wprfi in Maretbursr calliner lSt week, A. M. him advertising the great and hugging him so much. Sunday. O. V. Jarrett and Paniet g, was-dowto-morr- Little Isabell -- mm &a KB m TimmiMMmsv'A rnmm m Come to Mt. Vernon, Kentucky, AUGUST Tijr 3 7, 8, 9, 1912, and attend m m mm&m B (h K E4 H .VERNON FAIR Fun Big Days -- of Pleasure, and Amusement de Our Floral Hall will show an endless profusion of products from Field, Garden and Orchard Our Show Rings will be replete with the best strains of Blooded Cattle, the finest of Mules and the best of Saddle and Harness Horses in the State Equine beauties that have won blue rib bons at the leading fairs of Central Kentucky Our liberal racing purses will be contested for by reputation thoroughbred raee horses of state-wi- G RAND We challenge comparison with any Fair in from the earth, will make three separate and diso" FREE ATTRACTIONS Our I eB a the State as to the class of our Free Attractions: tinct parachute leaps, using three parachutes in DARE DEVIL OLIVER and his High Diving so doing i Dog "U-NThe World's Greatest High Don't fail to witness these grand Free Acts Diver They are worth going many miles to see and Will positively give Two Exhibitions each after seeing them you will always remember and day of the Fair by diving from the top of a spectalk about them ially erected tower, 104 feet high, into a pool of On our Midway will bevseen Qean Shows, water 54 inches in depth Legitimate Games and Amusement Devices. " the Wold-Famo"O High Div- Something that will interest, entertain and ' ing Dog will also give two exhibitions daily, amuse everybody ' diving from a platform on the same tower, 50 Exciting Mule Races Each Day Special Saddle and Harness Rings for Rockfeet from the ground Prof Gill,'the acknowledged KING; of the castle County Horses AIR, will make a trip to the clouds each day of Special Excursion Trains at Reduced Rates the Fair inhis Monster BALOON "The Lark" and whilst soaring in space thousands of feet on Railroads U-Nus -- Grounds are shady and pleasant Our Amphitheatre is new, complete and commodious Our Race Track was built under the supervision of an experienced civil engineer Plenty of Pure Drinking Water No trouble or expense has been spared to contribute to the comfort and enjoyment of our patrons and to make this one of the leading fairs of the state. sure to come Let everybody come We want every man, woman and child in the County to be For catalogues call on or address the Secretary E. R GENTRY, CHASG DAVIS, President - Secretary i - f m&&fems3SB2iz3m 3.CT3 -5r , ,qg ... 4 ON PAPEK f ''W'v .iiaffli6nQ W -- .Bi-- . V- r- . " i" 4 V'-- - fc;-3g- X , m.; 4c5k -- r ? .: wa' 5. ST " MT. VERNON SIGNAL Friday, Tuh5r2 1912 Publislud every Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. UBSCKIPTION ONK YKAR $I.OO Advertising rates made known on application MKMBBR OF KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION The removal of Post Master Lee M charge, at Loudon, by order ofPiesident Taft because of an editorial which appeared in the the London Kcho, criticising in which President for the manner he teceived his nomination, is a new precedence for the President of a great nation like ours. Whit president in the pa.t or who could be in the future, save the one, who did or who will take cognizance of what the little country press has to say.no matter if it does accuse him of stealing a nomination. There is nothing else to it only a whole lot of littleness on the pirt of some would be great men some where. age of the existing opportunity, and it the Contest Manager can be of any assistance in furnishing you Which proves that it doesn't piv with blanks or supplies or advice not to wake up. RIGHT NOW regarding the contest call on him is the lime to put in your bes-- lor same. work Effort exerted now will be Judge J. T. Adatjis one of our worth ten times the same amount oddest, and best known citizens of work later on. Get is the lead died at the McChord infirmary, if possible; AND STAY THERF. iL"hannn Snnrtav nt i P. Yf . Don'tstand back on formality ardidgeAdamSi who ired that , .. wait lor your friends to present!. ,, , . IV.1I1 Wl .IV I viiil .... .rw.l.w n eilttor ..UnH.:Hi!nH IU jvu nti 1 iiiivi.1 ' Ull a SUUSV.I ipilUlin ludge of the town, was for a the first plai.e, they njmher of years a member of the In platter. may not kuow that you are in the firm of Hpuk & Adams, one of contest if you do not tell them the leading business firms of the And in the second place people town. After Mr. Houk retired like to help those who help them- the Judge continued the business Almost any lady would in his own name, until a few selves like to be the glad winner of a mouths ago, on account of failing piano, the name of which is stand health sold out his stock of ard for merit and quality, and . a general merchandise aud building magnificent instrument of tone and to Mr. U. G. Baker. He then beauty. WIN one tor yourself became associated with Judge J. easily. The contest is being con- - P. Griffin in the wholesale ai.d ducted in a manner which satisfies retail feed business, but in the piAN C0NTEST. t SATURDAY SHOE SALE CON1INUED i-- .- I M sn Ki I Throngs of People ARE VISITING OUR SATURDAY'S SHOE SALE Saturday N One Hon. lesse Alverson who by his misrepresentation of Lincoln in the General assembly acquired the title of Hon. Carv ) has called Hon. William Jen ninjj.-- , Bryan t one of his masterly time, in four column editorials in a manner that is sure to make the little Ne-braskan sit up and take notice to what the big Kentuckian has to! say. It could well be likened to a tad pole telling a monster elephant what he shall do. 1 the Contest Manager that every lady entered is being extended any courtesies which she may request from this department in the wav of information and the mailing ard sending of blanks and supplies to be used in her work of securing subscriptions. The letters to the Contest Manager indicate that this feeling on the part of the paper is but a reflection of the unanimous sentiment expressed by those participating in the race for tbe prizes. Vi ith perfect understanding existing in this mot essential respect there should be no reason why each contestant should not do her utmost to obtain oil as many votes as possible. NO NOT your coat now. up WAIT UNTIL TOMORROW. The hustlers are right now out amonc their friends working. Be one of the ladies who take ad van , meantime, the maladies of that treacherous disease diabetes, was preying heavily upon him and the agonies of his sufferings at times it seemed was almost unbearable. Nothing that the most skilled physicians could do bronght any relief. His remains were brought here Sunday night and laid to rest in Elmwood -- emetery Monday afternoon with Masomc honots Eugene Todd died at home near Quail Wednesday of fever. remember'', said she haughtily, ''that you proposed to me four times before I consented You woulden't to marry you "I retake no for an answer.'' sadly. member," he replied to me that every time you have changed your mind I've got the worst of it.'' "It-seem- s Id's !&ow is and Boys' OXFORDS up to $41 $11 LADIES' AND MISSES PUMPS np to $350 Saturday $1.98 the time most every one need a new pair of low cut shoss; an 1 this is th- plae you can save as much as $1 52 a pair, and we give you the newest and best styles.' WE HAVE CUT THE PRICE AND CUT IT DEEP " You will NOMINATION Name BLANK GOOD FOR 1,000 VOTES LUMBER AND TIMBER. P. O In value of products the lumber and timber industry was third in rank iu the United Slates in the' List of candidates now in the census year of 1910, according to field at work for the piano given an advance bulletin just issued by away by B. O. Anderson & fcion. the Census Bureau. There should be oue hundred The figures jriven are for igoq or more by next week, The list in that year there were 40,671 s as follows: establishments, in which are em- Name of Contestant No. votes. braced logging operations, ordinary Ullie Hiatt 1025 saw mills, plaining mills and Mattie Wilmott 1220 wooden box factories. Mills en- Mildred Robins 1092 gaged exclusively in custom L'zzie Gentry 1000 sawin for loca' consumption are Bessie Hamlin 1000 not included. The number of Sallie Reynolds 1000 persons engaged in the industry Mary Proctor 1000 was 7S4,9So and the average hum-b-- r Etta Cable . 1000 of wage earners was 695.019. Minnie Hiatt 1000 The capital invested was more Clyde Watson 1000 than a billion dollars and the Dollie Tobnson 1040 value of products approximately Eva Albright 1052 was the same. Katie Price 1000 In average number of wage Lela Albright i2o5 ea.ners, the first of the ten leadiug Lena Albright 1070 Slates was Louisiana, with 1 100 Gertrude Martin -then Washington 43,749; Etta Sowder io25 Michigan, 35 627; Wisconsin, 34,-7- Susie Cabel 1 '45 North Carolina, 34,001; Mary Lear 1000 Mississippi, 33.397; Arkansas, 32. Geuevia Boyd 1000 902; Virginia, 33,287; New York, Reca Brooks 1000 27,47:, and Pennsylvania, 26,873 Bessie Shivel 1000 In value of products, the ranking Rilda Chandler 1000 order was: First Washington, Katie Price TOOO New York, 572.529.S12, Ethel Payne I052 Louisiana, 62,837,912; Michigan, Pearl Purcell 1200 $61,013,560; Wisconsin, $57 969, Annie Mae Sargent 1030 Pennsylvania, $57,453-583- ; 170; Mattie Owens I I IO California, S45.ooo.276; Minnesota, Bertha Bustle v "1083 $42,352,507; Illinois, $44,951,804; Roberta Brown IOOO Mississippi, $42,792,844. Blaneh Howell IOOO Iu Kentucky the average number Orlie Ponder IOOO of wage earners emploj'ed iu i9oo Ada Ward IOOO X. .was 23,0.12; the value of products Ella Harp IOOO was 21.380,564; the value added Rosa Brown ,1000 by manufacture, which is the Dortha Owens IOOO ot products less the cost I Annie Cass value IOOO of materials, was 10,924.276. Mattie Adams IOOO The lumber and the timber in- Emily Sutton IOOO dustry is important in most of Brodhead Graded School 1 102 the States of the Union. It is esEvery new subscriber to the pecially important in the South Signal gets 1000 votes and everv and, with the exception of South renewal 500 votes. Carolina alPthe States of that section lead Kentucky in number MAIL CARRIERS VILL FLY. of wage earners and in value of This is an age of great discoverproducts. Kentucky has been cut- ies. Progress rides on the air ting timber for many years, but Soon we may see Uncle Sam's mail in the supply still seems sufficiently ions, carniers flying mail.all directtransporting People large for almost every neighbor- take a wonderful interest in a hood to have its saw mill. It discovery that benefits there should be auy effective steps That's why Dr. Kioe's New them. Distaken for conservation, tbe forestry covery for Coughs, Colds resources we possess should De other throat and lung diseases and is adequate tor a long period, even the most popular medicine in at the present rapid rate of America. "It cured me ofa dreadMrs. J. F. ful cough, writes Stickney Corner, Me., on a journey Davis, Never leave home without a bottle of Chamberlain's "alter doctor's treatment and an Diarrhcea other remedies had failed." For Colic, Cholera aud .Remedy, It is almost certain to coughs, colds or any bronchial afbe needed and cannot be obtained fection its unequaletn Price 50c when on board the cars or steam and $roo. Trial bottle free at I ships. For sale by Cha5. C Davis Chas. C. Davis'. 1 SUTTON & McBEE Mt. Vernon Kentucky tS-,B?- 3!2i fr FOR I FARME Call On Us For For Sale: $4,500 exclusive in Blue Grass county shoe seat. A country store which invoiced 1200. Other property very desirable. E. C. Boggs, Agent. July 5. 2t. Nichojasvilie, Ky. Cleanipg, dying, repairing and All work guaranteed. pressing. Our motto, you must be satisfied j or jour money back. . .x&x$x$& I CASTORlA CASTORIA :x&3te33c&&2c GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER j Brodhead Ky X .' Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR Children Cry FLETCHER'S Turning Plows DoublePlows - Shovel n. AJULLINS, Over Bakers store. Mt. Vernon, Ky. GARDEN & CORN-FIEL- D HOES 46,-07- 2; Stock 3; Poultry Food Guaranteed & Sprains require careful treatment Keep quiet and apply Chamber Iain's Liniment freely. It will re-- 1 move the soreness and quickly restore thf parts to a healthy con- ? It onion. roi saie oy ouas. tr i- -. -t- COMPLETE LINE Coffins, Caskets and Robes, Mail, Telegraph or Tele phone orders Promptly T Filled. j . t. s Davis. V' Votr&x&:& 8 x3cx3::c js$7af.ya$&3gy& , wmmmmmmmmwmmmmmummMemummmmmmmmmmmm $89.-154,82- 5; Noe & Davis The People Bank an earnest effort to accomodate all classes. Our aim fs tp make this in every respect the People's bank; a bank where all may feel at home a place where those of moderate means may expect the same treatment as those more favorably JONAS KEEP Mckenzie -- AN EYE ON THIS SPACE EACH WEEK, where you will A7E MAKE situated. x IBANK WITH USZZI "' U. G. BAKER, President? Vice.-P. J.P.E. DRUMMOND, -- "F.L.THOMPSONJr., Cashie- r- ' ; .CLAUDE' C, COX, Ass't. Cash. r always find listed the beit of goods, which are sold for a fair margain of profit Goods bought right and soldjright are the kind of. goods that it always pays to buy. Our Motro has always been to give to our customers the very best goods " possible for the money. Thanking my customers for the patronage in the past and asking a continu- ance in the futurer I am - Yours very truly, ' . & V JONAS McKENZIE,, Mt Vernon, Ky V V.fc 'SjTHEf "" PEOPLES' Mt. Vernon, ' -- T7 : . - BANK Ky. 1 i "J ljgggggll 1. 'ifV Ji t -- - - rt- - V . tit ;..'& 'k v- - j " " iK tr-.- -- " - i. .i .. .., , MaERNON ,, mi u ,, inn,,, , .- .- . . ,, Alj.our people .snould- - attend Get ready for the fair.. both county fairs thisvyear. Have Get ready for the fairs. Exhibitors will get two shows MT.VkBNON, KY.,JuIy 12, 1912 your exhibits ready on time. for their products,at our couple Less than a month now "till of county fairs. ' T7 Q Call up "No. 79" wlien 17 Q the Mt. Vernon Fair comes off. cate with SIGNAL You cau buy $3 50 men's oxfor Is Home coming week for all as low as tgS Saturday at out of county people. Aug. 7,8 Sutton & McBee's and 9th. SIGNAL K LOT y JJL DA aa Eras Si MEW SUIT OF Ah P3 22 24 23 21 Every b dy is coming. Coming where? To Mt. Vernon Fair Louisville & Nashville R. R. Co. Aug. 7, 8 and 9th. Our dates are Heralded both TIME TABLE. far and "wide, Aug 7, 8 and 5th. 4.46 p m ncrtn Mt. Vernon Fair. north 3:53 a m Don't fail to aitind the Shoe 11:38 a m south Sale Saturday at ; cSouth 12:19 am years old Her first fair will be held on Aug. 7, S, and 9th. Let it be a Mt. Vernon is 102 good oue.- - Brodhead Fair secretary, A. M. Hiatt who will take pleasure in mailing you one. vqircangeca catalog 01 me a by writing theilty Jas. Landrum, Agent. Phone No. 8. Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice mail matter. as second-clas- s PERSONAL Miss Ida May Adams began the Proctor school Monday. Miss Bernice Landrum has been visiting Loudon relatives. Misses Ethel and Emma Davis are visiting relatives in Lexington. Miss May Miller visited her aunt, Mrs. Brack Graves, at Corbin. Chas. Redd was here Monday to attend the burial of Judge J. T. Adams. Miss Ella C. Frances was in until London from Saturday Tuesday. Mrs. JimHunl.'of the Maret-bur- g I for sale: I desire to Strayed or Stolen: White You can buy good clothing my farm of about 200 acres, sell BEE Sam Maples who was stabbed and black spotted hound, Klllow for less money at with good houses, and in goud state Suttok & McBee's four miles by Dr. W. A Jones at Wildie around the heady, wjth collar on of cultivation, located is impioving aud his her neck, left my place about south of Mt. Veruon, near Wabd last week Mrs. Harry AJaGee, a sister of post office A desireable place and chauces of recovery are good June 29th. vfc H. Gentry, Mrs. R. A. Sparks died suddenly Spiro, Ky. if sold at once will sell at a bar Maples was stabbed in the lung at her home at Lewisburg, Tenn., aud at first it was thought that the R. P. Norton, The five motTths, old baby of yesterday morning. Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Williams, gain. .He Ir. and Mrs. Clay Gentry, was Wabd, Ky. injury would prove fatal. I take this means of announcing to the of Deming, New Mexico, spent a July 5- 3t. Preaching at the Presbyterian was also cut on the neck. The brought bet e from Past St. Louis portion ol the week with relatives H. J. Mullins in speaking of public I have church Sunday. Morning subject; returned from the troubl was the result ol an old Saturday for bunalt rlhe little here his fine corn crop saj s it is the grudge. . Aposties evening Dr. Jones will have his fellow had been sick for- - leu days. 'me twelve Misses Cleo and Naunie Dixon,- - best hehas raibed since back in examining Every j Oty WhCTC 1 purchased a Car load Ot high trial next week. 1 1 of London, are the guests o'f thefr 1859, when the foliage grew so f The management of the I. X. L. ' body welcome. graae T7T TTJ K TTTT 7T"S T? wnicn is now on cousin Miss Sibyl Bethurum near high and so heavy7 that there By special acts of Cougress Ranch show offers 1 00 to the man was continual darkness and was through the efforts of Senator W. who will bring a horse or mule town. exhibition in my large ware room for inThe Dormitory will be in the T. Gentry was here Monday obliged to carry a lantern when 0. Bradley, the following Rock- that Captain Jack King cannot ride market for a large quantity of J. I showing the most up-to-d- ate spection and Monday evening took his passing through the field and also castle survivors of the Civil War, without a bricle. He will be in blackbeiries next week, beginning in climbing over have be n granted increases in Mt. second degree in the Masonic a ladder to use Vernou'S turday with the Mojday. rIhe market price will and best line of furniture ever brought giant pumpkins. their pensions from $8, $io, and I. X. L. Ranch show. Exhibits in be paid. If you have any to tell lodge at this place. 12 per mouth to $24 aud $30 per Mt. Vernon tomqnow afternoon bring Bed room suits, Davenports, them to the Dormitory Miss' Nola Jones is at her hom to Cull McClure says the progress month. The list is as follows: aud evening. any day next week. She will visit ive republicans living along the in Winchester. Couches, Dining tables, Center tables, Virginia be- road between Somerset and Mt Peter M. Bryant, John H. Jarrett, relatives in Richmond. H. Baker, J. H. Mullins, fore returning to Mt. Vernon. Veruou will surely take to the Chairs, Rockers Wardrobes, Safes, in fact Mrs. W. B. Spivey and children woods when they observe the ap- Thomas J. North, Joshua Boreing. every thing in the furniture line, needed to aVe with her parents, Mr and Mrs. proach of that big steam roller on Samuel Black, David G. Bowels, Elijah Cox, Isaac M. B. Jones, at Level Green. its way over hem tomorrow; iu furnish and beautify your home Mr. Spivey has a position at Ford. fact Cull is a little skittish himself To the public: You .Notice: Remember we have Carpets, Mrs. J. W. Baker has been on the subject and is liable to will please keep in mind the make a dash brushward at the following points of the new school seriously ill for the past week, and a large and well selected assortsuffering from an attack of heart first toot of the roller whistle. law: trouble and she is still in a very 1. Trustees are. to open the doors Wm. Hysinger and J. J Smith ment critical condition. of Hiatt, Ky., are two patrons of of a school house only upon the this space each week for prices Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Salin, left the Brodhead Pair that have not request of a responsible party or Tuesday to visit Mr. and Mrs. J missed a days, exhibition since five free holders. will interest you 2: All children between.the age W. Hutchison in Louisville and" the fair was ' organized seventeen Girls, Not a Show Init a Company of Cow Punchers, Cow re relatives and friends in Owenton. years ago. They have not only of 7012 years inclusive-ar- e Mexicans and Indians Headed by -- Interior Journal? attended every exhibition but quired to attend school the full Dr. M. Pennington came down have never failed to be here even term of 120 days. 3, Trustees are to be elected by Tuesday to see Dr. Lee Chestnut's when the rain caused the Pair a viva voce vote. Of course wife in consultation with the local to suspend its show it needless to say they will be on No' petition is required of a physicians. Her condition is very serious and little hope of her re- hand this season, when everybody candidate. The school election is saying thi is to be the biggest officers shall be chosen by the Champion Alll-Rou- nb covery. Cowboy of the voters at the opening of the polls year ever. J. E. Honk was here Monday Captain Jack King the champion Notice: The directors of the i AND WINNER OF 4. Women are entitled to vote in to attend the burial of Judge J. Elisha Bullock was over to all school elections and are also cowboy of the world will Mt. Vernon, Fair association are T. Adams. Mr. Honk says he Somerset first of the week and eligible to hold any office relating be in Mt. Vernon Siturdav, with requested to meet at Atty. E. R. expects "to return in next month, made arrangements to bring over Gentry's office Saturday July 13th. the 1. X. L. Ranch show. to the management of schods. with his family for a short visit to a road roller to smcoth down the The qualifications for w6men The marriage of Miss Eva Fish promptly ar 1 o'clock. relatives and to attend the fairs new Skaggs Creek pike and had are the same as Chas. C. Davis, for meu except The management will give $100 00 to the man who will bring and Mr. S. B. McKenzie, which David Griffin, of Jelh'co, stopped everything ready and steam np they must be able to read and x President. us a horse or mule that he cannot ride without a bridle. All horses was solemnized at Knoxville. in here for a short while Tuesday on for starting across county via write. Card ok Tiian:cs. We desire and mules brought to us ridden free, giving bearers free admission Tulr ion. was announced this .his way to Maretburg to see his Woodstock to Mt. Vernon when Each child must have an in- to the grand performance. Wo will buy all wild or outlawed horses week. 5. to express our thanks to the father, before leaving lor a three the controllers of the machine dividual drinking cup. people and friends of Mt. Vernon Divorces James F. Sage, mon.hs stay in Florida, where changed the program saying they 6. Teachers salaries are to be for their kinr ness and to the little .gets custody of children. his sons are located and they are would have to use it on a newvpiece, based upon size of distrfct, grade ' girls who acted as pall bearers in s of road in Somerset and would of certifier to, years Mrs. Florence Sage divorces her 4oing well raising oranges, experience and . T I T? T I. juui;ci bearing the formf our little one and other farm products. make another start on Saturday attendance of pupils in school. iu nusoaivU, oamesr. C' tp its last resting place. Mr. Griffin is himself ard master July 13th.. for our town. Mr. I also wish to announce that Two narrnrmnnfifis dnilv. rain or shine. Doors otfen at 1 and 7 Simmon's Court June 3rd. 1912 Mk. and Mks. Clay Gentry. Mrs. Sage was awarded custody . at Jellico and is off on a three Bullock will meet the outfit at our teachers institute will be held p ra.; performances starting at 2, and 8 p n ' For summer diarrhoea. in childWoodstock with a load of coal and at Mt. Vernon beginning July of the'two boys,.Robert Russel and ;onth's leave of abeesce. 29. ren filtvnvc critj fTionl .!.!.. pilot it on thru. IUs probable the to Be condected by Prof." T. A. Urban Griffin age 10 and 12 years. I OliAlirt OVir1t. .;! """-"- ' LOCAL, auu tat t " .' UiairilOea will be retained here to (Sharon, the same Mrc Snao UMtnlmpd ac rhipP wachine YinA TCTO maa "- - "uu Remedy and caster ou and a . r :t i aress-maKeGrading on pike wrt of tows is P1K, .iuoo per wees. speedy cure iscertaiu. For sale Yours Respectful! X).Iv.lrS'lfiMuABtlliifilB' . - 2ET VUast year. aicely. jvby Chas. C. Davis. -- .f Texas News. .ptivming .W j. K) iffl!MWfiHfJWtP'MMWiB'l5 i rsiiff ? -: r j&t. - jmimmm.m&ff?f-irnrmtzys Farm section, is very low with tvphoid fever. D. Bryaut, L. & N. Conductor, was here Monday looking after some business. Miss Bertha Hicks;-o- Livingston was here with relatives Saturday and Sunday. Miss Margurite Lovell is the guest of Misses Georgia and Fannie Jones at Middlesboro. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sutton and children were visiting relatives t. Brodhead first of the week. Mrs. I. A. Bowman is here from Jackson county for a visit wj,th her son, S. F. Bowman. Mrs.'R.B. Mullins and son, Benjaminer are with her daughter, Mis.R". W. Dyche, of Loudon. Miss Ida Cook was up from Livingston Saturday the gues. of Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Ballaid. Lloyd Chestnut spent a portion ol last week with his uncle, Dr. W. J. Childress and family at Houston-vill- e. f Rockcastle will have two fairs Sutton & McBee's this year. Mt. Vernon's will be BrodEverybody' s wearing them. held Aug. 7, '8 and 9th. Wearing what? Fish's Good head on following week, Aug. Clothes and Shoes, of course. 14. 15 and 1 6th. Take iu both Lots of men are saving as mucn of them. as $5 every day by buying Sum For Sale-- One new six room mer suits now at Fish's. We have house and lot located on Richa suit for y ou. mond st:eet, just outside the Yes, I am going and am going corporation. For terms apply to, Edgar Muu.ins. to take my whole family. Where? Mt. Vernon, Ky. Why to the Mt. Vernon Fair. July Owing to the death of the senior Aug. 7, 8, and 9th. Wanted: Chestnut Cord wood, member of the firm of Adams & Griffin it will be necessary for all green or deadened. Write, outstanding accounts to be paid so Big Stone Extract Works, Cadet, Va. as to wind up the affairs of the June 28 -- 41. firm.'' The business will still con The pay roll of the various stone tinue' at the present location. crusher and quarry plants in Rock The Brodhead Fair has closed "jle runs Irom eight to ten contract with A. J. Needles, thousand dollars per month. the reliable Merry S. C. Frank ling, the jeweler, 'has man, for their fair, some say no opened shop next door to Jonas fair is' complete without a Merry McKenzies store, in building Go Round, and of course Brodformerly used as a barbershop. head is leaving no gaps down may get killed but this year. The man he is going to dive 104 feet into Judge J. T. Adams some two 54 inches of water every day at years ago selected three of his the Mt. Vernon Fair Aug. 7, 8 friends to act as pall hearers at his and 9th. burial. They were J. W. Brown, Though our grounds are shadv S. C.'Franklin e and James Mare',- -. and pleasant, and our amphitheater who were to name three others ou) m and our attractions the greatest day of burial. J. F. Griffin, C our price is low 2,s cents and 15 C- Williams and C. A. Redd com Mt. pleted the list. cents. Aug. 7, 8 and 9th. Vernon Fair.. "Au expert was here a few days i2-4t. -- Go-Kound TM HJb CTTRTKTnTO ujWlVilVii-jiV- A CT filial il X3 i i 1w ILi 1 1 iJ f ? WILL LATE 1 3C 9 a and we want to kr.oi busy. To encour- age you to help us do it we have cut the price on 4-- of our most attractive is hie . ttfUJWM Tinc.... uUX .! vJrF &EA&Q .7 . . tag?-'-i- g rrjl on some of whichcssse Tsrwwsm" r ' mill a3SggEg5gzssgr-r'-reFaTZrTr-T;r-- c Every Suit is right up to the minute in style & we guarantee you a fit & satisfactory wear 1 - Tin's is really a Wonderful Saving. The People of Rockcastle and Adjoining Counties have helped us make this store whatsit is. .You will understand, "theivfoie, the great satisfaction we feel in proving worthy, as we do here, of their continued respect and patronage. r&5SSaE3E?ZS23E3EaSE iESCEEEESZZTSffiSS? Wanted:- - A buyer for a cut McCormick Mower. Ju-- t one left and somebody gets it at 40 cash. Also have one McCormick Write or Rake, at a bargain. T. Fish. phoue or call on, Ml. Veinon, Ky. 4Tt. since from factory and started up the ' 'pulverator" at Spa-d- a and the plant is now in operation getting out ground limestone that is Almost as 'fine as wheat' flour. This promises to be a big business in itself at an early datr. The pr6duct is used in spreding over land for fertilization purposes. "WE STAND BY WHAT YOU BUY" j 9 Mail and 'Plume Orders Filled Promptly and H - ' A I T fl AVE PAY EXPRESS ANYWULRE within 100 miles on $5. ORDERS. Try Us. I 11 M&sJi 3i?yii;25i32 25?53SES553 eSKs'ssKaA-'- V? ANNOUNCEMENT that just -- subject-Love'sAnal- ysis". J tuiuni i ui5jc am , town i R.-Stor- Mattings Rugs; INDIAN CONGRESS AND AMERICAN HIPPODROME Watch They KING BROTHERS "TPrd Roping Record" US, Lr Cockfsll USDl Jack Kins LIVINGSTON, KY, World all-roun- d Time 22 Seconds EXHIBITION THE GRAND FREE OUTSIDE vege-itRble- oc 3 rZ -t -- r .. g l ---- WILL .EXHIBIT IN MT. JULYT3. lmiL "JL-hL r W.V 3 -- "7( --- " rz.' ah . f - M 3 . 4f' l&Y&L flkBfiK. i p. Si MARliTBURtl bast theif skin again nfttft which covit thev barrow Into the feci of ROC&AS'iE CIRCUIT COURT. bhildrei) A: M'..Hiatr, Secretary and ad SSuuoi at this place begin Mon producing "gfdtnid itch" PlahitliFs Then thev get into the blood day JVith Miss Myrtie liryant' a The school at this place r will be- Varies ggent for the BrB'dnea'd Wbi faW. etal, . . .. ... mst iv rv IlfllllAI rniur-- t ir . ., Muonaay.--i.-u-..- -.-- ii Pair has been advertising in this farmers in tlm stream; thence through thr circula- eacher. The Vs Commissioner's Sale. Shepherd, of near Mt. ver?D' county tlltS week of the tion to the lungs; here they are ection are getting sntnewhit bc- Spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Jud lind vvi;h their crops on account o from the amolbl of Mabel Bishop, et al, Defendants. coughed up and some of tbeu Mattie . fe. B. Sbepuerd.-M- .ss For Infants and Children. iai he is distributing be is By virtue of a judgment and order of swallowed. When thev reach th Miss Angi he teient rains". . bwens and little sister, Fanny, I sparing neither time nor monev sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, intestines they grow to be adu lunt has returned Irotn Leba oi. ; took dinnor With Miss Helen to make this years fair the great- - rendered at the April Term, 1912 there- worms, size somewhat smallei Kind You Have unction where she has been 1 -- , . -. ouuuu,. Xiacaney i52tr)i ' mimLMlE'-mth- - pist four weeks. limine of, I shall proceed to offer for sale at than a hair pin and half inch ii siting tor hH wMli.w t ? ' itiiO ner Rowsie is visiting ln. brotner , ., ...V W" .v, the front door of the Court House in leugth .Id Griffin a id son. Rex, returned KcCOZ Bought UWV. W.V U Mt Vernon, Rockcastle County, Ky., to Tosnua B jreing. Msa ALCOHOL 3 PEK CENT it shows what can be done, but .i,i,mi.p,tn.i w, w,i.i.. (1L UUUIlLi The disease may be contractej .iomeTiie.dn after spending a few ,.i,i: wu WV.UU UlUUl v"t- Mr. aud Mrs. 3. B. Ramsey and ASgelaWePreparalfonfcrAs-similatinH& the Brodhead Fair will surely be a auotion, on Monday, the 22nd day of by going baretooted or wearing davs with relatives at this place. sz iltcFoodamllta'iit!of Mt. Vernon, visited children, Quite a number from this place big event, and we all want to July, 1912, between the hours of 9:00 a. Jaky shoes ou damp ground that ling the S tomadis aiulBavels of live. Mr. relatives in this icinity. ?rcn See it a big event forasmuch " and 4:00 p.m.. beiiig regular County has been planted with hookworm attended Children's Day at Union VV. Riddle and Cour1 day, on a credit of six months, Mrs. J. and at- a nice time. Colmar eggs. An abrasion of the skin is All report as is being spent for free the following described real estate lo- .. children spent the Fourth with unless it is made gieat cated in Rockcastle County, Kentucky, not necessary. It may also be McCall is very sick at this writing. tractions, Promotes DteestionfkerfiJ- Mr. and Mrs. A. u. Adams. Mr. Fred Owens, of Wilhoit, is hen W8 teel that tbe association will boiug two tracts located on the waters contracted about stock lots and ncss and Ifest.Conla!ns neilta of and Mrs. John Tread way attended be loosers. Opiimi.MorphinE norMiocraL visitiug his graudmother, Mrs OOftil Eveiybody seems to of Dick's River, and bounded as fol- - back yards. MrEi the baptizing at Buckeye Sunday. be going. The "Flying machine" , ows; Kvr-'iH- 1 Not Narcotic. The skin of hookworm patients M. Hartz. Shepherd spent Miss Docie First Tract: Beginning at a white Misses Leila Hunt and E hel assumes a marked paleness because and "Hoagland Hippodrome to oak stump over the head of iK'l!1'' the double Saturday with her aunt, Mrs. say nothing Rap&ta Seat" old spjings; thence with the line of the 190 ot the blood, which is called anemia Brown left Sunday for Brmh of tha fair and at Mt. Vernon. John Shepherd JbdctteSJl- stime reunion will be worth every- acres, b50 i: 20 poles to a stone; S 15i Swelling ot face, feet or ankles Creek where they each have a Miss Clyde Watson, of Brodhead, Every- E 14 poles to a stone set in for a divis- may be preseut. The express n s.hool. A very inteiesting sermon one twenty five cents. IttCarhaak&n was the guest oi Miss Winnie VimSetd- ion corner; thence a new line N 82 E 87 o. face mav be marked by anxiety was delivered Sunday afternoon one here is saying "meet me at Cfaitki. Faliu part ot last week. Mrs. poles to a stone with a Spanish oak and or &jneat"inTr. one of marked stupidity. Ribs by the R;v. Watson of Mt Vernon the Brodhead Fair. white oak pointers; thence N G4 E 33 Emmit Tread way is numbered dklt 1 Anprfect Itemedv for ConsllpaMisses Emnia GriOin and Ella Mrs. Dahlia Shell is very sick poles and 6 links to a stone and small very prominent, in advanced cases; rjikM.hu among the sick this week. Miss tion . Sour Storaach.Dlanto3 re at the home of her daughter, Mrs. gum with two gums and chestnut oak the shoulder blades are prominen t Carson, of Browu Memo SI ,C,I Yonas.ConvulsionsaevErisfr Mattie Riddle was in Mt. Vernon .2d2 Robt. Saylor. Victor Price and pointers, corner made at intorsection and the patient presents a "stoop- visiting the latter 's parents last ngssarulLoss or Sleep. Tuesday having dental work done. of outside line; thsnee with same N8J ed" appearance. week. Miss Mattie Adams, oi sister, Miss Katie, left Sunday for racSumfc Signature of and Minnie Misses Mattie ?Sb5 V 25 poles and two links to a stone in may be very safe Brodhead, has been visiting Mis.s The muscles Mullins Station where they begun Parrett vis:ted their sister Mrs. their schools Mondav, Miss Katie said line, with 3 hickory and black oak and weak and the patient is easily Clarice Houk the past week. Mrs. :ww ,tl' pointers; thence a new line S 80 W at Emmit Tread way Tuesday. Miss las: Centaur Compact, teaching White Oak and Vic, Red 128 poles, crossing Double Spring tired, being compelled to rest James Hunt is very low with fever. NEW YORK. Mattha Eaean was the guest of Hill. Misses Sidney and Virginia Branch, in all 130 poles to a stone in frequently ftom exertion. In the her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Crawford after spending two weeks the outside line of the 191 acre tract; absence ot pronounced symptons HAPPIEST GIRL IN LINCOLN Treadway Sunday and Marion thence with said line S 15J4 E12 poles with Misses Viola and Kate this tendency to tire easily and. A Lincoln, Neb., girl writes. Monday. to a stake, last corner said tract; .Guaranteed untteri may be attributed by "I had been ailing for some time have returned to their home thence S 1 E crossing to Double Spring shirk work Mr. and Mrs. Pal Moore, of at Mt. Vernon. Mr. and Mrs Branch at 10 poles, in all 47 poles to the the parent or teacher to laziness with chronic constipation and Exact Copy of Wrapper. CITY. Mt. Vernon, visited relatives in THl CI NT AUK COMPANY. NCW TO T. S. Hatcher and little daughter beginning, and containing 58 acres, and this is why the disease has stomach trouble. I began taking this vicinity Sunday. George Bell Lora, are spending a few days wi h more or less. been called "lazy disease". Asa Chamberlain'sin Stomach and ILiver is with homefolks. Eld. J. W. was Tablets and three days Second Tract: Lies south of first matter of Mrs. M. E. Hatcher. Mrs. G. E fact, this apparent able to be up and got bettet Riddle will preach at Buckeye tract and is bounded on the east and Price and Mrs. H. H. Isaacs spent west by thts Maretbuag aud Brodhead laziness, is nothing more or less right along. I am the proudest Sunday at n A. M. Eugene Taylor and Claude Griffin of the Sunday with Mrs. J. L. Thompson. public road and lands of Louisville & than the weariness produced by irl in Lincoln to find such a good M .F.Craig the "Huxter-mai- f' Nashville R. R. Co., on the south by Ilness. medicine." For sale by Chas. C. Buckeye vicinity attended meeting smmiiinimnfliiniinnimnwiiniHimfflnimnimfflfflHiK makes his weekly trips through the lands of the Louisville Naahville R. It has not been fully determined Davis. at this place Sunday. -this part. Miss ttose Gentry R. Co., and containing about one acre in what portion of our State the KL. VERNON DjISKET CD. and a half, more or less. "How "did you manage to get who has been with her grand For the purchase price the purchaser disease is most prevalent. In tl e into the convention every day WITHERS mother here for a few weeks has must execute bond with approved sure- South East part is much in ' PRACTICAL ty, bearing interest from day of sale un- evidence. returned to her home at Quail. In Knox county tl e without a ticket? Some of tha farmers of this UNDERTAKERS Oh easily. I simply hid in Mr. and Mrs. Eugene McWilliams til paid aud having the force and effect successful treatment of the malady part are done laying by corn, some of a judgment. cylinder of the steam roller. Bidders must be pre- has been quite noticeab e, were down from Bee Lick Sunday FUNERAL DIRECTORS, Dr. the are not over it the first time. pared to comply with these terms, to see their sister, Mrs. Ora M. Monroe Pennington, who practiced G. S. Griffin, Old Cull says his hay crop in Emmett and Otto Mullins and E3IIJAL3IKJIS 5 Brown, who has been very sick his profession in Mt. Vernon and Master Commissioner, 1870 was so big that his work hands Chas. French were the guests of is Rockcastle Circuit Court. this county for a number of years stacked all they could Mt. Vernon, Ky, rs outdoor Herbert and Elisha Anderson but improving now. W. H. Anderson, of Brodhead INSECT BITE COSTS but located for some time past at then stored the barn full and had LEG. Satnrday and Sunday and there was in our town one day lasi Bertha, Knox county, was among some left seems to be other artractions A Boston mau lost his week. Mrs. Kate Hasty, of King from the bite of an insect leg the first in the State to. take up two rather than the boys by some EE: Mountain, is here visiting her years before. Licened Embalmer will have chai-g- of that line of 5 To avert such the study and treatment of the means. The drummers have been nephew J. L Hasty. Mrs Jonas calamities from stings and bites ot hookworm disease has had and is FOR FLETCHER'S work for the company. s S: very numerous in the past week. Pitman had a light paraletic stroke insects use Bucklen's Ainica Salve yet having remarkable success in I AWhortleberry picking and can Hearse sent to all points S Cr Orders by wire promptly tilled. last week bat we are glad to say promptly to kill the poison and diagnosing and curing the malady. ning is the oroer of the day. is improving. Mrs. G. B. prevent inflamation, swelling and He har treated dozens upon dozet s Managers The blackberry crop is not so she and pain. Heals burns, boils, Lawrence was the guest of her ulcers, piles, eczema, cuts bruises. of cases with success in eveiy plentiful. Office Mt, Vernon Monumental Building PHONE 112 instance. sisters, at Mt. Vernon, last week. Only 25 cents at Chas. C. Davis, Born to the wife of Jones French O. J. Mullinsjvho has been sick THE Thymal is the curative agent CHOICE OF A HUSBAND lllllUliilillliililiiiiiiliililllllUlllliliiliiiilllilliillilllliimii fuly ist. a boy. Mrs Oma Fields for some time doesn't seem to itn -- is too important a used and the doctors say the matter for a and little daughter, Sarah are visitprove very much. is simple, woman to be handicapped by course of treatment ing her father, Albert Vaughn werkuess, bad blood or foul breath though no patient should attempt W. H. Brown and son Eild Rev. Thos. Durham is on the sick were in Mt. Vernon last Saturday. Avoid these kill hopes by taking to do his own dosing or treatment list at this writing. Miss Bertha Dr. Kidg's Over U. G. Baker's Store. Life Pills. New as thymal is a poison and requires G. N. Bray, of Wabd, was in Daugherty visited her sister, Mrs. strength, fine complexion, pure the service of a doctor to prescribe Crown and Bridge Work .1 specialty. All work guaranteed. Chas. Durham last week. Miss town again last Sunday. breath, cheerful soirits things .,,, thot-ru ...uu ru .!.: use. and overse the patient while Edith Morris visited her cousins, lueir undergoing treatment. Two or Misses Sallie and Ada Mullins SHERRIFPS SALE OF REAL Easy, sate sure. 25 cents at Chas. Read what Cardui did for Miss Myria Engler, of C. Davis. three doses usually does the work and Pearl Anderson Saturday night Faribault, Minn. She says: "Let me tell you how much ESTATE. after the patients system is gotten and Senday. C. E. Mnllins is off good Cardui has done me. As a young girl, I always had By virtue of execution No. 723 Hookworm. in order under the doctors again on another trip, he goes directed to me which issued to suffer so much with all kind of pain. Sometimes, 1 was By Jim from directions. Anyone interested is Mt Vernon, Ky. regulai and seems to be doing a the clerks office of the Rockcastle so weak that I could hardly stand on my feet 1 got a The subject of hookworm was the subject can procuie all further good business for his people. bottle of Carduj, at the drug store, and as soon as I had "Home and office in the late residence Circuit Court in favor o? Peoplas takeu up in Tuesday's meeting of necessary or desired information Crops are looking fine in this part Bank against H. D. MaGee, Dr. Myers formerly occupied on Old taken a few doses, I began to feel better. I will first annual- - State conference of by addressing State Bacterialogist Main St.,' Mt. Vernon. and if the good rains continue the on Monday Today, I feel as well as anyone can." Jul" 22nd. 1912 be school, county and city health Bowling Qreen, Kj., who will Am at my office at,all times. indications are that there will be tween the hours of o'clock a m officers at the Armory in Louis-viile- . mail a complete bulletin giving 9 lots of corn raised. I think Brod- and Discussions of the preva- details, without cost to applicants. 3 o'clock p. m. at the court C. C. head correspondent should have house door in Mt. Vernon Rock- lence of the hookworm in KenATTORNEY-AT-LAa premium for writing the longest Ashland Lodge No. 640 F. & A. castle county Kentucky expose to tucky, and methods of eradicating M. Mt. Vernon Ky., July 8, 1qt2 letters and Livingston should not public sale to the highest and best it, were the MT. VERNON. KV. predominating subjects be very far behind. Uncle Mod bidder the following described at the meeting. - On 2nd. floor o Whereas: The scythe of time Are you a woman? Then you are subject to a large Mullins who has been very bad property or so hath cur the brittle thread of life The Bank of Mt. Vernon , on Church much tnereot, as me uouKworm, wnicn, it is number of troubles and irregularities, peculiar to women, off is somewhat improved. Mrs. as may be necessary to satisfy ciaimea, was discovered in Ken of our Brother James T. Adams, street. Special attention given which, in time,--' often lead to more serious trouble. J. M. Roberts was the guests of plaintiffs debt, interest and cash to tucky by Dr. Lilliam H. and has called him from labor in to collections. A tonic is needed to help you over the hard places, to South, Phone No. 80. Sarah A. Mullins Sunday. Mrs. wit: State bacteriologist, less than a the lodge on earth to. the great relieve weakness, headaehe, and other unnecessary pains, Ben Mullins was with her mother, bevond, Therefore be it; One house and lot located in ear ago, was discussed Dr. A. the signs of weak nerves and over-wor- k. Mrs. George Parks, at Livingston south Livingston, Ky., Resolved: That in the death lot No. 3 T. McCormack, of Bowling Green, For a tonic, take Cardui, the woman's tonic. last week. of Brother Adams, this lodge has in the Ward addition lying on the ho has ben miking an exhausYou will never regret it, for it will certainly help you. The Holy Rollers held services north side of avenue beginning-a- t tive study on the subject was the lost a faithful member, the com- UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER Ask your druggist about it. He knows. He sells it. at the residence of Link Baker the west corner of lot No. 2 run- first munity an upright and charitable speaker. Write toi Ladles' Advisory Dept. Chattanoqn Medicine Co.. Chattsnoojo. Teoa., Sunday. There will be services ning with avenue west book. "Home Treatment lor Women. sent kte. J 0$ (or Sptclat Instructions, and feet 100 The prevalence of the hookworm citizen aud a true and devoted at Red Hill Saturday and Sunday thence north 182 feet to the line of in this State is alarming, according friend to all humanity; conducted by Rev. Parser. He E. R. Smith; thence with Resolved: That this lodge ex E. R. to Dr. McCormack. He declared is a very able speaker. Let us Smith's line 100 feet to the north that out of 8,824 specimens ex- tend its sympathy to the bereaved all go to hear him that can. The corner of lot No 2, thence with amined from patients in 107 family, relatives and friends of merchants of this place seem to line south 182 feet to afcoo83ia9Grc$63 the beginning counties, up to July 1, 2,177 cases brother Adams, commending them be doing a very good business de- This property will be sold subject toi comfort to the Gracious Cre showed hookworm. This is o-- er spite the hard times. ator, the great and only comforter. to a mortgage lien held by the 25 per cent. Of the other cases, Peoples Bmk, of Mt. Vernon. 45 Per cent were afflicted with That these resolutions be spread WHAT MAKES A WOMAN? This sale is to satisfy one half of some kind of intestinal parasite. at large upon the records of the One hundred and twenty pounds debt, interest aud cost and will be In the city of Bowliug lodge and that - they be published Green, he more or less, cf bone and muscle made upor a "' credit of 3 months says, he foundf thirty cases out of in The Mt. Vernon Signal don't make a woman. Its a good and a copy be furnished the family approved .surety. The .207 examined. The doctor pleaded foundation. Put into health and with strength and she may rule a amount of debt interest and cost with the physicians for an edu- of the deceased. r. W. Brown kingdom. But that's just what $152.28. ) T. J. Nicklky, cational campaign oh sanitation Com. James Maret Electric Bitters give her. ThousS. R. C. and for a strenuous fight to reC. 0. Williams ) ands bless them for overcoming That Tennyson or Longfellow could take a worthless move the parasite. He told the fainting and dizzy spells and for sheet of paper and write a poem on it and m ake it worth cases Bnd the methods of treating $75.00O-tha- ts Right in .fkll.. KHfllnnt season dispelling weakness, nervousness yUUl UU31C31 genius and there are others who can A TEXAS WONDER. it. What the worms do. They when vou have the least- time te backache and tired, listless, worn write a few words on a sheet of paper and make it worth $8,000,000 -- that's capital and out feeling. The Texas Wonder cures kidney stay in the intestines and suck' spare you are most likely to tako "Electric Bitters this ration ot ours can take an ounce and a quartea of gold and stamp upon it an Eagle-bir- d have done me a world of good" and bladder troubles, removing j blood serum. They inject a poison diarrhoea and lose several days writes Eliza Pool, Depew, Okla., gravel cures diabets weak and1 into the circulation. money and some of our and make it worth $20.-tha- fs They turn time, unless you have Chamber Mount Vernon "and I thank you, with all my lame backs, rheumat fcMri!?; fake hold lain's Colic, Cholera, and Diarr m one place yoeng ladies will buy a hat for $1.25 bnt prefere one that and - .Slloose rhoea Remedy at hand and take a heart, fot making such a good irregularities ot the cost 33o.-tha- t's foolishness. I might sign my name to a in another. They lay egg s by the dose on tha first appearance of Only 50c. Guaran- in boty men and women. med'eine." Reeu ceeque for a $1,000,000, but it wouldn't be worth a dime-tha- t's ;korks lates bladder troubles in chibren. thousands daily which pass off the disease. For sale by Chas. C. teed by Chas. C. Davis. rouge. But some people will tell you that they can If not sold by your druggist, will and hatch out young hookworms Davis. ana serve you as well as Chink but-tha- t's nonsenae-tr- y besect by mail on receipt of where, left on the pround. me. Adult Wanted: 50 boys to sell MdEALER n Marbles and $1.00. One small bottle in two : .u i:., I months treatment, and seldom nullum iyC in. iuc uueaunes 10 or novelties in fairs, picnics, shows, Granite Monuments of all Yours CkiMiM. fails to perfect a cure. Tr Iifiuts Send for 12 years. Atter hatching out the ball garaes.4 Be, first, write today. Estimates furnished testimonials from his and other voting live in dirt and eat and Send 10 cents for terms, postage, kinds. Tin KW Yw Mm Always Intkt Mt.-Vernon- . states. Dr. E. W. Hall. 2026 erow tWo or thrt Have- - hn .... on application. Bears Olive street Louis, Mo. Sold by Vast their skin and Propr , PHOXE No.39 SigMtW0 rtCkm&tffflifi&tc Druggist. J day or two, tThey fce ready to i7 '' CuBpfcoHm'iik, Ky. 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