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Mount Vernon signal: July 19, 1912 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1912 mou1912071901_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: July 19, 1912 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ., UfJ-- i -- . ff -- - ,f3? . Mltl IT j Published Every Friday VOLUME XXV. lf I ill tit I i'? ROCKCASTLE Miiil COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1912. Established 1887 NUMBER 42 BUHKaHNHOH MT. VERNON, Everybody's cady for y TEE vjISfS New Amphitheatre, ftaro riVf Everything I OliVOI eaen day Dive 54 incneS Of Water, AUGU 7, o, 9, Iyl2 04 feei: from Dont fail will be a- - Tower In the Air into ACT and m to witness 'this GRAND FREE New New Grounds, New Track, and the Finest Shady Grove in the eountry. 'Ladies Admitted Free This The first day. Home-Comi- ng Week for Out-of-Coun- ty Out-of-Sta- te People. Your friends will be looking for you. Plenty of Pure IN KENTUCKY Water FROM THE COLDEST SPRING See PROF. GILL, KifMG COME CHAS, Mule Races Horse and MULE AND CATTLE SHOW. EVERY DAY. HORSE, AND OF THE AIR, BRING YOUR Go Up to the Clouds Daily E. R. GENTRY, Secretary here, yet the blnckberry crop Louisville the past week. Mr. seems to be greater. Farmers and Mrs George O' Mary, of ol- in this locality are just about done lico, are visiting their son Joe their ci'ops and the prospects for O'Mary and family. E. L. Cockgood crops have never been bet- - rell has repainted all of his houses ter. Mrs E. L. Cockrell is visi-an- which adds greatly to the, looks of our little town. Lee Chandler ting in Irvin. Uncle James haffy, who has been very sick, is who is a teacher in our school here able to he around again. Mrs. was at home at Brodhead, SaturLuther Owens and Miss Elizabeth day. G. D. Cook has built a conOwens, of Quail, are visiting Mrs. crete wall in front of his lot on Main street and now we look for John Waltou and Mrs. Lee nolds. Mr. and Mrs. Erajaeeto-a- t a nies eottag to be birlt there in son, of Louisville, have returned the near fuhure. home after a pleasant visit with Special to Mt. Vernon, Signal. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Neighbors John Quinn, who is running a WILLIAMSBURG Ky., Tuly iS a bakery at East Bernstadt, was The Roosevelt Republicans of adjoining counties with home folks Sunday. The Whitley and are urging oppesitiou to CongressJunior Order gave a free ice cream supper at the Masonic hall man Caleb Powers. The two men Saturday night and a large crowd most prominently mentioned here was present and all report a nice as Roosevelt candidates are A. T. , time. Mrs. E. J. Anderson and Siler, former RailroadJCommission-erand J. C. Bird, County Attorvisited relativesat Brush ney of Whitley County. Mr Bird Creek, Satuiday and Sunday. d ti, FRIEND EVERY DAY G DAVIS, Peesjdent N. Write has returned home after a viMt with Mrs. J. D. Hall of the Gauley section. The wild west show that was billed to exhibit hero Monday the ioth did not mater ialize by some , means ..orother.. Mt. Vernon detained it. Well we were not much dissappointed, as we were all busy and will save our quarter to get in the fair. Mr. Joe Omary while "backing his engine from Pine Hill had his head to far out the window of the for - Catalog Dawmont, of Louisville, are visiting Mr and Mrs. R. J. Lemonds. John Mullins made Corbin turn around Tuesday. Mr. J. T. Neighbors will take his LI VINGSTO Mr. J". A. Childress is in Cincinnati this week on a pleasure trip Llojd of Mt. Vernon is working a few clavs for John Mullins while M llin works for Childress. Tnere will b a series of meetings held at the B i jtist Church beginning he Fiurth Sunday in this nioutli. G. C. Kilwell of Lebanon Junction, was in our town Sunday, bet we guess. S. C. Franklin cm L. & N. watch inspector, was here from Mt. Vernon Sunday. He had not been here for several days. He gavi as his excuse that he wanted to attend the wild west show in. Mt. VernonvSatur-day- . Mrs. Robt. Stephens of Habersh m, fenn., is visiting Mrs. J. tj. Foure. Miss Mae Neal, of Covington, is visiting her brother lames Neal of this plaee. Mrs. Alf Owens, ofMt. Vernon, j i a post and wi cab and stiucl: km ckod out but as luck would have it he was not so iously hurt Well we believe Pine Hill is to have a boom sure enough as last T u ed ay th er ewas loco ujjt ix a. niiino billed to that place. Tom .Elliott and Bill Pennington, have a position with the carpenters at Pino Hill and left for that place i- vacationbeguuiing Thursday. He Mrs. Neighbors will visit in Louis- J. P. E. Drummond was in Glendaleand ville. Tuesday. Lebanon latter part of the week. Geoige Bell, of Etowah was Messrs A. H. Hwey and G. here Tuesday. Mrs. W. T. Mer- returned to her home B. Hewey, Jr. and Miss Norma Rey-imeeh- as SATURDAY'S CONTINUED Wsaa Wi n?i ftfa 4? S2ft Throngs ARE VISITING OUR f People $11 SATURDAY'S SHOE SALE ill's and Boys' OXFORDS op to $4.00 Saturday LADIES' AND MISSES PUMPS np to $3.50 Saturday $1.98Now is the time most every one need a new pair of low cut shoes; and this is the place 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 Paris after a pleasant visit with Mrs. L. H. Davis. Our town was greatly shocked Friday when the news was Hashed over the wire that Mrs. H. D. Magee was dead. She was principally raised here and had lived here; had lived here for several years and had a host of friends. But no matter how near and dear are our friends, when the summons5 comes all must submit. Mrs. gee was the daughter of Capt. s and Mrs. A. N. Bentley. She Mr. R. J. Lemonds was in Tuesday.--Th- e Mt. Vernon a husband and an adopted non, daughter, father mother, broth- - Fair, which will blossom forth like er. three sisters and a host of the rose, will be held in next friends to mourn her loss. She .month and may success crown the .was laid to test Saturday in the ' efforts of all those that have Crab Orchard cemetery to await worked so hard to have a fair at the resurrection morn- - Our loss .our county seat. S. E. Hellard is her gain. W. H. Cottongim informed us that he visited our was in Paris Tuesday Cam Mtl-- old friend, John Farmer,of McKee, lins has returned from Atlanta, Jackson county, a few days ago, Ga., and wras in our town Tues and Mr. Farmer invited him to day. August 5th, is the day set take dinner with him but informed apart for the second Republican him that he would have preferred convention. President Taft is go- that he had come any other day, ing to run on and Teddy is going as his wife was preparing his to have another convention. We favorite dish that day, which was He said she will leave it to the world if any one apple dumplings. always made twelve and she ate ever saw the republicans in such a fix. About one in every ten is two, and he got ten, but as he in favor of Taft and yet he is the would have now to divide with nominee, and the republican doc- Mr Hellard he would not get his trine is ycu must support the full quoto, but warned Mr. Hellard nominee. We see a great divis- if he ever told it that would be the ion iu the party and yet they claim last meal he would ever give him. that Abraham Lincoln daddied Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Blanford the party, but we claim that if has returned from Louisville. Uncle Abe could arise from the The R. M. K. Flour Co. has moved dead and view the party in its their stock of goods iuto the present condition we imagine he property recently purchased of Ma-'childr- Leba-leave- is regarded here as the most available man to make the race. He is young and aggressive and is conceded to be one of the best campaigners in this section of the State. He was one of the leaders ot the Roosevelt movement in the Eleventh District for the Republican nomination and it was largely due to his management and influence and efforts that Roosevelt carried Whitley Comity almost unanimously in the mass convention. Mr. Bird is well and favorably known in nearly all the counties in the District, and if he should accept the nomination on the Roosevelt ticket, there would cerdoing in the tainly be something He is personally Old Eleventh. known to Roosevelt and no doubt his candidacy would be looked upon with favor by the Colonel. A TEXAS WONDER. SUTTON & McBEE Mt. Vernon r , Kentucky 1 would say, "depart from me; this Mr. A. H Hamlin. George Pope is not the party I established who has been sick so long reMiss years ago." Butfor us our minds mains about the same. are made up. We are going Nellie Farley, of Harlan, is visi-itin- g her sister, Mrs. J. R. Mink. quietly along until in November Mr. and Mrs. J H. Browning and then we are going to elect "Wilson by the largest majority and Miss Lyda Cook attended the you ever heard of. You have funeral of Mrs. H D. Magee at heard of land slides but this is Crab Orchard. Saturday. C. M. to Vio rvnlitjpnllTT nn imrKh. Griffin, of Austerlitz, was here quake. Mr. Andrew Howell, who Sunday. A. Pennington was in has a position in. Covington is at Mt. Vernon Monday. J. B Havse home for a few days. Mr. C. C. who has been very sick, is able to Howell was in Brodhead, Sunday. be at his post again. Miss Nettie The blackberry crop is ready Rice, who has been visiting rela for harvest now and there is an atives at Paris for the past two abundance,, awhile the Whortle- - weeks, has returned home. L. berry industry was a great thing jUt. Jcayue, iiuc liucmau, was iu rrni-nr- The Texas Wonder cures kidney and bladder troubles, removing gravel, cures diabets, weak and lame backs, rheumatism and all irregularities ot the kidneys and Reguin boty men and women. lates bladder troubles in chibren. If not sold by your druggist, will be sent by mail on receipt of $i.oo. One small bottle in two months treatment, and seldom fails to perfect a cure. Send for testimonials from his and other states. Dr. E. W. Mall, 2t26 Olive street Louis, Mo. Sold by Druggist. Ever notice that the most glaring faults are those of others. "What are you cutting out of the?" "Abctifc a California man secur mg a divorce Because his wile1 V went through his pockets." " What are you going to do witlr t?" VJ ST' 1 ,rPtitiamy pocket," X i - lJtt - 'MHifrift. - p nw"TTi"i r- - -- v " i&xL&z&gg&xssti t l TaiWT.Tatw M tl'rOftifrBr -, fcfr&Ji m 1 7SUi'2-- ' MT. VERNON SIGNAL Friday, July 19.. 912 IS Kilt) II ISA!). SZ&S&&K3Vil& t&?Zrtttfy&t1&KZS NOMINATION' BLANK GOOD FOR 'LOGO VOTES Name. P. O 1 -- 5 FS. Publisfud every Friday by w 1 wk!rrUi Mi'.nnd Mrs. Wnllci McCall of 1 Frank. m, , :ire visiti g p relatives hr'u this ;eek. Win. Ja T-'n- n CM? S&WS f 3 W3 K j0 I fiff8 r! 1 EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. OBSCRIPTION ONR YRAR $I.OO :L ZL - Advertising rates made known on ire and fishinjr grounds where he .pearing in regular Usiips of the! application 'has recently moved. These visit Mt. Vernon Signal, or in letttr injj irines usuany siay 1111111 ;iu inc or card l.ssues under the name oi grub is gone and return hone the Mt. Vernon Signal or B C.I .. .;il . . t .1 nungary. tuns nine on unin uvnnorson iN: Son. or coupons MEMBER OP KENTUCKY' PRESS ASSOCIATION fishing season opens, they live o given out by ttie Mt. VekNON rabbits and wild chickens, and ac Signal or B. C. Andeison & casionallv oue of the bucks picks Son for trade at their store no up enough ambition to go out and matter whit from. All others kill a bear or moose, but starvation shall be declared void and thrown generally drives him to this. out by the judges. G No employee Alaska is noted for it's extreme of either the cold winters. The thermometer Mt. Vernon Signal or B. C. registers as low as 80 and 90 de- Anderson & Son will be permitted Kokrines Alaska June, 3rd 1912. grees below zero. to enter the contest. Editor, Mt. Vernon Signal, in 7. All votes must be deposited The rivers generally freeze up Mt. Vernon. Kentucky. the earlv part of October, and are 'n the Ballot Box located at the Dear Mr. Albright: frozen solid until the general thaw-i- store of B. 0. Anderson & Son and Having been asked hy some of lattr part of May, giving us in the presence of the Contest tbe readets ol vour paper to write about (our montls of summer, Jjnd Manager Or s .ne appointed through it's columns, concerning about eight of winter, during this ny him. In casting a mrnbet Alaska, and it'h natures, which is a eight months there are no steam of votjs at the same time the very interesting subject to write boats, or other transportation, must be neal ty tied together or on, by a person capable of same. jother than the 0 teanls AH placed in a small envelope. Votts But I will try a very short letter, supplies are transported to this ma be cait personally or by mail. hoping it escapes the waste basket. country during the summer months Address all coriespondence relam a member of the United especially, in the central and north- garding the Contest to States Signal Corps, which main- ern part while on the southern The Contest Manager tains, and operates the Washington coast, we have three short rail care B. C. Andersou & Soil . Alaska Millitary Cable & Telegraph roads, possibly a hundred miles in Brodhead, Ky. System, which consists of 2605 length. They also have the NOTICE:- - This week's vote recable, 1125 "Eskimo, s" who are similar to the miles of submarine ceived too tale to be credited. Will miles of laud hue, and 9 wireless "Siwash". stations Alaska exports some of the very be shown with next week's vote. This system is maintained and best furs obtainable. List of candidates now in the operate under the directiou of the fisld at work for the piano given Tbe Signal is sure appreciated Chief Signal Officers of the Army, by me, away here in the jungles, away by B. O. Anderson & irion. by the officer in charge, who is as it biiugs the news from my "Old There should be one hundred stationed at Seattle, Washington. Kentucky' Home", and hope that I or mdrc by next week. The list For purposes of administration am not the only one w'10 is taking s as follows: and supply, the system U divided the Signal north of No. votes Name of Contestant 04. into four sections, with officers of Lillie Hiatt 1025 Yours very respectfully, the Signal Corps iu charge. This Ma ttie Wihnott 1220 C. G. Metcali. system was built by the United Mildred Robins 1092 States government, for the openI BUY AT HOME Lizzie Gentry i 00 ing, and advancement of xlaska. Bessie Hamlin icoo Communications can be had with Sallie Reynolds koo Because mv interests are here; any part of Alaska of any imporMary Proctor 1000 Because the community which is tance. Etta Cable ioro It is Uncle Sams intentions to good enough for me to live in is Minnie Hiatt 1000 keep men on this duty, two years, good enough for me to buy in; Clyde Watson 1000 Because I believe in transacting ' - r j00 relieving half the force each ye r Dollie Johnson atd replacing new men. This business with my friends. Efa Albright 1052 Because I want to see the goods; gives the system, a sufficient Katie Price 1000 Because I want to get what I buy amount of old men to break in the Lela Albright 1205 when I pay for it. new men each year. Lena Albright D70 Because my homedealer "carries" Alaska has several gold mining Gertrude Martin 1100 camps, which has proved to be very me when I "run short" 1025 Etta Sowder Because ever dollar I spend at rich, viz: Fairbanks, Rampart, 1 145 Cabel Susie Nome, Iditarod, Ruby City, and home stays at home and works for Mary Leai 1000 several others. Dawson, which is the community in which I live. Genevia Boyd 1000 Because the man 1 buy from in British Columbia, on tne waters Reca Brooks 1000 of the Yukon river, is one of tb.2 j stands back of the goods. Bessie Shivel 1000 Because the man I buy from Rilda Chandler richest camps ever struck in this icod pays his part of the town, county country, it is known as the Klon-dvk- e Katie Price 1000 region. Ruby City being a and State taxes. 1052 Ethel Payne Because the man I buy from very new camp, where gold was Pearl Purcell 1200 discovered in the early spring of helps to support my schools, mv Annie Mae Sargent iodo church, my lodge, my home. 191 1. Tne camp now has a popu 11 10 Mattie Owens Because, when ill luck, misfor lation of approximately 3000 inBustle Bertha 1083 tune or bereavement comes, the habitants. Roberta Brown 1000 We have the Indians, known as man I buy from is here with his Blaneh Howell 1000 the "Swash", who are very pe kindly greeting, his words of cheer Orlie Ponder 1000 if need it. culiar in their way of living. Dur. and his pocket-booAda Ward 1000 Here I live and here I buy.-E- x. ing the winter months, tbrey live in Ella Harp 1000 little log cabins, well chinked with Rosa Brown 1000 RULES GOVERNING CONmoss, and covered with dirt. These Dortha Owens 1000 TEST. x cabins are very seldom used during B. C. Andersou & Son. 1000 Annie Cass the summer months, as they beoffered Mattie Adams Five Prices 1000 1. The gin to leak as soon as the thiw-ujointly by the Mt. Vernon Sig- Emily Sutton 1000 comes in the early summer, and 1102 nal and B.C . Anderson & Son Brodhead Graded School the Indian leaves his winter quar- will be given to the five candidates Every new subscriber to the ters and finds some little side who have received the greatest Signal gets 1000 votes and everv stream, where he can catch enough number of vofes by 6:00 P. M. renewal 500 votes . fish to keep him in subsistence December 24, at which time the during the breakup of the rivers, Contest shall be declared officially which is very dangerous to be on closed and all votes polled there- MAIL CARRIERS vVILL FLY. This is au age of great discoverthe river, except on a very high after void. ies. Progress rides on the air point, on acount of ice jamming, be opened Soon we may see Uncle Sam's 2. Ballot box will and pileing up, which generally every Thursday afternoon at 4 P. mail carniers flying in all directcuries out a p ortion of their vil- M. and the votes therein counted ions, transporting mail. People lages. After all danger of and the ballot box reseated b a take a wonderful interest in a benefits them ice is past, they resume their committee of three selected for discovery that That's why Dr. King's New Dis summers fishing points en the the purpose by the Contest Mana- covery for Coughs, Colds and river, where the squaw catches ger, his selection to be subject to other throat and lung diseases is the supply of fiisb, by means of a public approval. The result of the most popular medicine in wheel, which the current keeps each week's count! shall be published America. "It cured me ofa dreadMrs revolving. This wheel has basket- in the Mt. Vernon Signal, and ful cough, writes Corner, J. P. Stickney Davis, Me., like devices, which picks tbe fish the Candidate's name and her "after doctor's treatment and an out of tbe water and when elevated standing to appear. other remedies had failed." For to a certain height, drops them iu a Nominatioj Lists will close coughs, colds or any bronchial af?. Price 50c box on either sire of the wheel. at 6 P. M. "After this fection 1 its unequaled. and 00 Trial bottle free at The fishing season lasts about date candidates will not be entered Chas. C. Davis'. three months, when the tribe is except by a special agreement Compelled to return to their win- with the Contest Manager. Cleaning, dying, repairing and ter quarters. The whole tribe is 4. Any candidate living within together during the winter months, a radius of 25 miles of Brodhead pressing. All work guaranteed. you must-b- i satisfied in a small village of cabins. In the will be accepted, providing she is Our motto, money back. your early winter, Jhey have great, nominated in regular form on one or C. H. MULLINS, where all the neighboring of the Coupon Ballots appearing in Over Bakers store. tribes gather, and where they any of the issues of The Sig Mt. Vernon, Ky. bring their collection cf "blankets to nal. The Contest Manager re distribute to the dfferent tribes. serves the right to reject the name Never leave home on a j ourney When a member of the family of of any undesirable candidate and without a battle of Chamberlain's one of these Indians die, he has to to limit the number of entries, Diarrhoea Colic, Cholera and get a large collection of blaukets 5. Voting Coupons may be cast Remedy. It is almost certain to and food, which he potlatches to by anyone, providing tbat they be needed and cannot be obtained. the dead one, which he is supposed are obtained from acy of the when on board the cars or steamCoupons ap- - ships. For sale by Chas. C. Davis to get somewhere, In the new hunt- - following source-- ' ni 4CXTs.rf. tS Ml ra 'rfMr &ttaM v .- 1 i Francisco v;i down from IJavi.nig (1m v s tliiM wi'plf Mr n . ?S 1, Mrs. y Durliiim, were xi is hWolks Fr.mi Saturn im M.4uy-- V O.Yadohwasdoun frorLLivinffton, Sunday. Mt Lj J T C In rry and Mr. 'K. L. Col 1 ermotoieii up from Crab Orel, 1 ard Monday. 'i Bessie Keib 1 linvr of Knoxille, Tenn.. is with friends hero this week Mrs. of Tierea, spent a Lra Fie-sUfew days hero last week with her ister. Mrs Clarence Mm'Vr -B. L HopUns, U. B Ua-.- s and R. B. Willmott were d nvn Iroui 1 Pino Hill a few days this weelc-- Mr and Mrs Henry TJnrp and 1 i . J I f?i f dS M! Ul liinrn p 1 fi 1 OR R II L" U US nnrl P h 3P d U 1 U HiI I U hPR I 11 Men's $3,50 Pat. Oxfords for - $2.00 Men's $4-5-0 Pat. Oxfords for 275 Men's $4,50 Gun Metal Oxfords for 2.75 I Ladies' Pat Oxfords $1.15 to J.75 I Ladies' $2.75 Gun Metal for 1.75 J 00 Ladies' Vki Oxford at - - - I Children's Oxfords below cost. ss family are visiting tiiis wee'.:. - relatives in . Louisville I. irs. watier .Meuati, ims. ? Grace McCall and Etta Friimj '31 were in Stanford this week.--M- r E. K Gentry was in town Wednp I - ITT .. Mr ... andb THESE SHOES MUST GO CALL ON US n sssgEsss o-i- c L JP 7& 2 hsr -- jVXE-- '33 Stes sasaassa r? i p 2Wrj. day, advertising the Mt Vernon 3 w ! fair. Byron Owns was down Ansa 1 from Pine Hill from Friday until Sunday. Mr. Somnieis Bowers a2SSSSSSaE3Saj of Glenro-- Oiclahoiu.i is with friends and relatives here for a few weeks. Mr. J. 11 Raymcr of Alabama the rue-- .t of Prof. and Mrs. T. H. LikinstHs. week k Miss Grace McCall spent Sun day with homofolks at Marethnrjr I Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Hiatt and K MAKIi nn earnest Mr. Alien Hiatt and Miss Mimic" effort to accomodato ait attended the funeral services of Mr A. 0. Hiatt, at Oa'c lltll Sun clashes. Our aim s to make day. Dr. W. T, Frances of Mt this in every respect tlia Vernon, has been in tnvn a few Pkoit.kV; hank; a bank where days this week. Chas Lyon-all ma feel at home a place spent a few days with homefolks whore those of moderate means at .function City, last week. limy expect the same treatMr. G. S. Durham spent Sunday with' homefolk. Mrs. James ment as those more favorably Ireland, and children, of Mays. situated. ville are the guosts of Mr and BANK WITH US" M. Hiatt Mis. .1. W. Tate. A. and W. H. Andeison were Mil U. C. IlAKHU. rnsWnt. Lincoln and Garrard Counties, J.I'.K. nilL'MMOXO, Tuesday adv'ertisidg the great I'.L.THOMI "SON.Jr., CAiir. Brodhead fair, and looUinir after CLAUDK C. COX.A.ss'l. CUsIi other business. P D Collier, of Crab Orchard, and a Mr.--. DeBoid 75ANIC TIOOPLES' Til I we understind a widow of the Mate Matisou DeBord, wore, ma r- VitKxoy, - - ICy. riod hero list. Sunday afternoon 'Rj'V T 0. Duke, of Mt Vernon, officiating. 11 nn , i- -. People's an b The VPTifrr.'a. , Zn Vk.-e.-- ! It. I J I Sprains require careful treatment Keep quiet and apply Chamber ki. Iain's Linime. t freely. It will re- 'C 1 move the and quickly restore thr parts to a health con- dition. I;oi sale by Chr.s. C. J ! yc&3K&yr& & Dnvis. I .... xy n..u rri..j. ........ i. ...mi v; races, at the various fairs. L" the mule ric (luehii 1 hia:e wuuiiiier uc win s lun loose or have . a rider, to pre- - ' ft . j. vent 111s running into tne tence. it will probably require a curb bit to as he is r.ither hold Cull down, &c$cfc R r r iv n a Anns r WVVi.lNO UKASVJLLll UNDERTAKER Brodhead Ky 1 1 i:za3: -- it ... I j m$$Jt 9 Sis?rS5ci5 AHE:-H .tv.st Ul. 'llilil 5SS 'j - -- V n. 4WU okILkSK j. pgszs TSCSK9 ,, ....V.V.XSI..J ...... w.w.i-w..- . v,-- ..u--- t.jjS ChWdron Cry A vv -- COMPLETE LINE u . 1 1L onms. luiues, is uiishuus iiuu T.,l,A- ' AV TjM;l a tiit:; l .ii M tt i.iil... 'IV.l.n..nli kix Tno. Ji tone orders Promptly ' vj, 1'illeti. r-- rr- - I i - C7 &i 1. i .i k, O A3TO FOR FLETCHER'S & RiA $h- yCr-7r-- &3 ff E?3B3S3S3KS25SS3?E5& .JUijrr'.rorSriirVTfSZKfc(3SSaaaCI fm 1 c?. p s a jW ffutj g 113 , Tjv ii -- . T?r ?i s a Tsmr n ka m - rs? T f a? w m w "4 V a . n (.J ' fat-aiKjTiafai- ft J &h SJI 1 v'j L .ViiTNti . r-'- --- - j .T. alvays find listed the bext of goods, which - i. I43EEP AN EYE ON THIS SPACE JL EACH WEEK, where you will are sold for a fair margain of profit. Goods bought right and sold1 right are the kind of goods that it always pays to buy. Our Motro has always been to give . r' (DiON ' pot-latche- s, to our customers the very best goods' possible for the money. Thanking my customers for the patronage in the past and asking a continuance in the future, I am Yours very truly, j - JONAS McKENZIE, - Mt. Vernon, Ky. " &iikTxifyrc& rp i ""Tfj i :nBHBBHH Tr nfrfiM'M I BBPtSCi' i i'.r-f- V n'ffirn. tniVrrfawwiastt, aa6aiiSawatgi County teachers Institute begins Everybody and the cook will be kjuly29. at the fair 20.0U rmits ur 12.95, at The Standard Oil Co. will locate Mt. Veknon, Ky.,Ju1v 19, 1912 Sutton & McBee. tanks at this place- Call up No. 79" when "White Buck Pumps, for 9S cents, Some bi telephone poles are yon MT. VERNON SIGNAL 79 Cute Willi SlUNAIv wanltoCommunl 79 4 Veing huled into shipment. this place for mn at.d amuse- Sutton & McBee. Don't fail to see Aug. 7- -8 Mary-go-aroun- d pay 10 cents per gallon, We have been assured of several Hartz, Maretburg. TIME TABLE. nice strings of hordes, from out of M. J. Miller1- will erect a brick B -I w. zEh'tl ci '' XT" 22 nc.rtn. 4.4G p m county people. store house, on lot where old store 24 nortn Mt. Vernon, Fair Asso. was 3:53 a m burned last Februiry. S j JS south am "Wanted: Chestnut Cord wood, 11:38 Preaching at the Livingston 21 South ; 12:19 am green or deadened. Write, ;4. ' Presbyterian Church, by the pastor, 1 Big Stone Extract Works, Jas. Landrum, Agent. If-- ' I Sunday morning and evening. Phon No. 8. Cadet, Va. next June 28 4L Election officers who have keys A J. Needles the Entered at Uie Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice and seals in your possession are remail matter. as second-clas- s man, will erect a nice build, quested to deliver same to county ing on theBrodbead Fair Grounds, clerk at once. where he expects to make a perma- PERSONAL Women's Suede and cravenette He nant place for his machine. Herbert Cox is sick, and it is has obtained a fiive year contract, Pumps, great clean-u- p sale at 75 1 feared lias feer. cents, including S3 00 grades, j.t with the Fair association. w Sutton & McBee. Miss Ella Francis is in Louisn"yK-j5 r Dry cleaning and pressing shop y ville for a lew days. It is'nt onlv the men that are will be closed during the Mt. Ver-uo- n J. Maurice Brown wrs here from working for the Mt. Vernon fair, Pair, August 7, 8, 9. If you East Bernstadt yesterday. Ijave anything for me please call but the ladies as well. Come and see them at the fair grounds. Floyd Miller is home from Col- phone 34 and I will call for it, Satorado Springs for the summer. isfaction guaranteed. Carp of Thanxsi I desire to few Homer Wnllen was here a C. H. Mullins express to the good people of Mt. the part if you buy your Clothes here. hours yesten a from Crab O. chard. guarantee Vernon and vicinity my sincere vou wfll be to thanks for the many kindnessess Farm for sale: I desire Judge L. W. Bethurum was in fashionably dressed if you wear our cllothes, Louisville Monday and Tuesday. sell my farm of about 200 acres, shown me aud my dear husband gOud state during his sickness and after John McKenzie has sold his with good houses, and in of cultivation, located four miles death. ' Mrs. Ellen Hiatt. delivery outfit to Grant Mullins. south of Mt. Vernon, near Wabd Mrs. J. W. Baker continues Because a telephone operator post office A desireable place and condition is very setold a caller that it was "storming" vei5' ill. Her if sold at once will sell at a bar right here is the best time and place in this country to come for rious. at London, a few days ago, a report gain. R. P. Norton. was spread that a hurricane had Mr. an 1 Mrs. F. L. Durham July5.- Wabd, Ivy. Shirt, Shoes, Sox or anything to fix you up for the Fairs. Suit, 3fi visited that place. It was simply Saturday and were in Brodhead H. J. Mullins is loosing sleep at a thunder storm aod it's not veiy Sunday. IS night, on account of the incessent pleasant to do telephoning when S. B. Gay came over from Berea, lightning is snapping and poppii g Tuesdnv, to see his sister Mn racket, kept up by bis irish pota"WE STAND BY WHAT YOU BUY" toes "scrouging" over room in over the wires. VT. Baker. J. which to grow. He says they are Lost: At L. & N. depot, at Misses Anna Tate and Virginia badly crowded and probably it Davis saw the sights o( Mammoth may prove a similar case, to "Gar- Mt. Vernon, in the cfternoon on Friday July 12th. a new bl ck ' cave this week. ter aud his oats" when his crop leather traye'ing bag, containing Maris and Ethel was so prolific, hf was obliged to Misses Bettie among several other articles, a Baker, of London, are guests of rent extra ground, from his neigh white lineo dress, with embroidered ' Mrs. Ii. S. Albright. bors on which to stack part of his m0f-&-0 initials It. G." on waist. "J. Mis. T. D. Mullins and children crop, after using up all of his own Liberal reward for its return or were with relatives at Dudley from land for that puipose. ' any information, leading to it. " It you can't come, write or ring us up, Phone No. 17-- . 2 Friday until Wednesday. .4j?. Mrs. E. R. Gentry ' niii WE PAY EXPRESS OX ORDERS OF 5 OR MORE FRONT 2yalN.BACK 194 IN.f "The Kentucky Society, of TexJohn E. Taylor is here from St. TRSUSS Mr. Verncn, Ky. F&-- V 100 MILES. m $c CT'TSEtB . Louis to see her brother, Robert, as" was organized at Fort Worth. i i i 'm fa Iu view of tlie great amount Texas, June 1st 1&12 with 75 chart&zBg who has typhoid fever. being expended by the BRODJ. Fish was in the Eastern part ter mmlu is. Rockcastle furishing one membel in the person of W. J. HEAD FAIR, this season, for Tne-day- , advertising of the countv, The Fish label is a guarantee Mt. Vernon will likely htve the Newconib. The new organization FREE attractions, theassociatkn the new Mt. Vernon Fair. wedding. against fraud in cloth it protects " 1 TtHV!fr rimrvTrtcsj Kentuckians has an other object has decided to issue NO COMPLI Tom Thumb Sec. E. R Gentry was in the of to social leat-ure- MENTARY tickets to advertisers Women's patent 3 00 low cuts every buyor of men's clothing. Glade :ection, Wednesday adver in view, in addition They have ambitious plans. and others, as has been the custom Si. 50, Sutton & McBee. tising the new Mt. Vernon Fair. Strayed or Stolen: White t 1 The association knows and hope to increase the member- to do. A Biggest and Best stock of cloth- and black spotted hound, yellow is here from St. John Taylor ship, to five or six thousand that they will be able to give to Louis, at the bedside of his brother Kentuckians in Texas enrolled as every one attending, the worth of ing in town, now being'sold from around the head, with collar on her Robeit, who is ill of typhoid fever. members of the society. They ex- his twenty five cents, and it being 5.00 to $8 00 reducing tin every neck, left my place about June I take this means of announcing to the gth. "Liberal reward offered" suit, Sution & McBee. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Rider, have pect to charter special trains, to such a little matter, and the attracW. H. Gentry, I have public returned from the For Sale: One new six room returned aud are living in the M. come back to Kentucky for a home tions being so expensive, the comSpiro, Ky. RichC Miller residence, on Richmond visit, to establish a home for pany will not issue any compli. house aud lot located on city where I purchased a car load of high mond st:eet, just outside the street. destitute Kentuckians and it will mentaries whatever. ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT corporation. For terms apply to, which" is grade M'sses Martha B. Sparks aud be the aim of the sosiety to see on COURT The locomotive for use in and Edgar Mulihns, is neglected, visiting that no Kentuckian Miss Bernice Landrum, are around the (Kay pee) Kentucky Tuly 12 exhibition in my large ware room for inA. J. Haggard, Atlmr. of j Mt. Vernon, Ky. 4t. On June 27th the Bethurum, at in the state. Mrs. Judge B. J. Portland Cement and Coal Co's William Houk deceasec Plff. society held a night picnic, at Lake Somerset. Taken Up: A sandy colored I showing the most up-to-d- ate spection works at Pine Hill, has arrived Vs Notice working 2nd Como parlf, in which, Kentuck- The company has a movement on sow, weight about 115 pounds, Lloyd Maret is Defts. Joseph J. Mink &c to the number of over a office at ians and best line of furniture ever trick at "ny" telephone foot looking toward mak'ng ar came to my place about six weeks All creditors of the estate of and mixed and of the hundred mingled Livingston duriug absence rangemeuts for having this eugine ago, owner can have same by pay William Mink, deceased, are hereBed room suits, Davenports. to swopped, everything from yarns regular operator. make daily trips, between. Pine ing all cost aud damage. by notified to present their claims It was a re ular Hill W. M. Arnold, Jr. Couches Dining tables, Center tables Mrs. Lee Chestnut who has to jack knives. and Mt. Vernon, for the ac July, i9-- 3t against same, properly proven, There was very sick for many weeks Kentucky picnic. been so commodation ot tne company s Wanted: 50 dovs to sell before me on or before August 10, neither frills nor furbelous, but a Chairs Rockers Wardrobes Safes in fact is some better and it is believed employes, who wish to have their novelties in fairs, pienjes, shows, 9i2. Beginmug August 1st I plenty to eat, brought in baskets. she has a fair chance for recovery. residence in this place. The Kay-pe- e ball games. Be first, write today. will sit daily until August 10, --every thing in the furniture line needed to 1912. All the Kentucky products were a liberal Send 10 cents for terms, postage, to receive and register tuch claims folks are showing Mrs. F. W. Clay and children, there, from horse talk and hosspiri1. in its efforts to extend accom etc. furnish and beautify your home W. T. Hodgbx, of Pittsburg, Penn., are with the pitality to fried chicken and proof. and bisBox 232, modations and conveniences to its family of Mrs. Clay's mother, Mrs. G. S. Griffin, cuit. The h. t. gave out after Remember we have Carpets Camprjellsville, Ky. Charlotte Watson for a month's awhile, but the hospitality and the workers. Commissioner. stas'. Mr. A. C. Hiatt died last Sun and a large and well selected assort fried chicken and biscuit lasted The I. X. L. Wild West show ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT morning at his home on West Mrs. Oscar Wailen who has througout the night. Each mem- landed in town last Saturday on ment tae ber wore a light blue ribbon, with schedule time. A fairly good Main street after an illness of onlv COURT been very sick every since birth of their baby, .1 month ago , the name and seal of the society crowd had gathered to witness the a few hours. For several years Mr. Wm. Taylor, &c, Plaintiff this space each week for prices is very much improved at this printed thereon. The seal is made performance but just before the Hiatt had been afflicted with epilepNotice Vs will interest you time. Defendant. up of combination, of the state seals appointed hour to start, there was sy and it was while in one of these Mabel Bishop, &c, came. Ho McKenzie, little ot Kentucky and Texas. Mrs. John All creditors of the estate of T. Of a great commotion inside the tent, attacks that the end May and.Rob-er- t course the meeting was opened and when the reserved seats department leaves a wife, an aged mother and G. Tayldr, deceased, are hereby daughter Miss Ella McKenzie, are visiting Mr. and closed with "my Old Kentucky gave way, throwing all the occu- three daughters. Burial took place notified to present their claims Mrs. H. H. Fuson at Pineville Home.'' There were other songs pants to the ground. For a time, at Oak Hill Sunday afternoon after against same, properly proven, this week. Every Kentuckian now it seemed, also. from the screams of short services conducted at the before me on or before August 12, Mrs. Mary Williams received a knows a lot more Kentuckians in women, crying of children and Oak Hill church by Rev. Geo. S. I912. Beginning August 1st I will sit daily until August 10, 1912, groans of meu and boys that every Watson. teleeram from her son. Judge R. Fort Worth, than he did before. G. Williams, of Covington, Tues Among the charter me mber one who had gone down were in The Double Springs farm to be to receive and register such claims day morning announcing the ar- oppear the names of W. F Merritt jured more or less, but fortunately sold at front door of Mt. Vernon and proof. Arrow shirts and Arrow collar rival of Richard G. Jr. Motner In compliance with the desire of in the style you went at Fish's. - G. S. Griffin, of Garrard counts'. Miss Ella Smith all escaped without auy serious court house, on Monday July 22nd and babe doing well. a devoted father and mother, to Commmissioner. daughter ot the late John W. Smith injury, save a severe jolting up, ex- at 1 o'clock. This is the farm During aai tlectrical storm whicU their first born, we pen these few of Paint Lick, also J. B. Burnside cept two, R. B. Mullins, who suf- on which S. H. Ma;tin li ed for a LOCAL ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT lines in memory of that young life visited Madison County Monday of Bryantsville; who runs an ex- fered a mash of the ankle and leg, number of years, now owned by hats cheap at Fish's, Sat- tensive hardware business in Fort and little Fanny McFerron, daughCOURT Straw which came to bless the home, of afternoon, Alex Azbill, aged 30, :s. of the late T G. Taylor and urday. Dr. and Mrs. Lee Chstnut, but prosperous farmer of Kingston, Worth' A Kentucky barbecue ter of R. L. McFerron a slight jso a of the best small farmes Wallace Laswell, Admr. of which so soon went out. The in was struck and killed by lightning The hot wave that has had the will take place in September. fracture ot one of the bones of (59 acres) in the county, James Townsend, Two of his horses country in its grasp for past week W. J. Newcomb, whose address is lower limbs. Both are doing very watered by the famous double and Martha Townsend,.. Plff. tense suffering which the mother in his barn. or more has caused many deaths were killed at same time. Notice Vs indured, forweeks whan her life throughout the northern states kas houte 4, Box 69 G. Fort Worth, nicely. Failing to effect a compro- springs, a two story, 9 room house Defendant. seemed to be held only by a brittle beautifully Adeline Bales,- - &c, Cull McClure says the meethif; not been so severe here in the Texas, is desirous of obtaining the mise with Mr. Mullins, he filed in first class condition; All creditors of. the estate of cord, was alleviated in a measure at cross roads church, wns disturb- The hottest day in address of every native of Rock-wh- o suit against the show people for located across a little valley from mountains. and Martha Mt Vernon this summer was last is now residing in Texas, so $ 2000 damages and an attachment the railroad, with magnificent shade James Townsend hope of what the future ed Wednesday evening, by Sunday when a government deceased, are hereby bv that Jtlobbs, hoes rootin the underpin he may send tltem application was placed upon tne entire outnt, trees about the yard and lots. Oue Townsend,' thermometer registered 90 Although it was on- nin from the south west-eorn- et become members of the but investigation proved that the of the bes.t orchards, of varied notified to present their claims would bring. The weather has blanks to in the shade. proven, be ly an earthly angel soon to join the of the buildin'. been ranging between 80 and 88 new society. Any of our people show was in nich condition that fruits, in the county.. Out build- against same, properly Beginning angels on high yet, to that father for several days, with cool nights who know these "addresses will con- tliere was little chance of recover- ings and fencing in fair condition, fore August 10, I912. For summer diarrhoea in. chiUfT" with other localities it fer a favor by notifying Mr. New-com- ing anything, the attachment was and is an all around desirable farm August 1st I will sit daily until and mother, the loss is irrepairable, ren always give Chamdeliniu' Compared shows that our countv is a good Go lftSkat it ancl.be August 10, 1912, to re eive and Only these who- have had the or if more convenient advise released and the show went it's and home. Cholera, ' and Diarrhoea summer sesort and. had we good manager of telephone "at 1 rigister such claims and proof :, K.emeuy anu exchange way rejoicing. The suit is still on hauds Monday July 22, rnad's there would be a large num perience can know the extent of ispuKuy wuy, :is easier 1.. ..: ou, anasiuo ror uGiiaiu.. t G. S. Griffin, Vernon, who will forward the pendingand will be tried at the o'clock; at the front door of the ber of visitors by rail andautos IMt. I such a loss. E. Cr. lby Chas. CDavis. j court house, and bid on it. v. Commissioner. information promptly. August term ot circuit court. every summer. Louisvillc &, & i 1 hree big davs of ment at Mt. Veinon, and 9, i9n. at the Mt. Vernon Fair, Aug., 78 and 9. Nashville R. R.Co. i.t. Vernon Fair Asso. Wanted: BlackLerries, will Mrs. M. -- ih iurh l,lt'Mm M m Wi . ,' " - Coes a Long Ways w --Merry-Go-Round with a Woman But How You 'Wwmm TAJlrm vrstMe &te&r's&& & i.i-rfi- :T r -.- . - OOk - 1 - THERE WILL BE NO Goes a Lot Further DOUBT ABOUT YOUR LOOKIN j We that that RIGHT NOW THE PRICE RIGHT. And New Hat, isi'Mi&htih&v J !) in stfAaSS? rET kH 4 KQ m 1 i Jb s. ANNOUNC that just E 1 FURNITURE am now brought town -- 1 Mattings Rugs; Watch They z L ockrel! LIVINGSTON KY. -- I stan-ordiz- ed J; b, - ex-.Chol- ic, 1 M. v5: i' v. , u. 'Of' " 3 ---" i j ;sr iV".- spwh' s NS -- '-- - v ' "I vwt i '- S5-- "' tffafitt "- - "' nnimii " Housework Drudgery! flails "heXt m-ro- brushes, dutts and ccrufct, pf drudgery for ike weak woman. of the household, her back day attending to lb? the stress of temples throbbing, nerves. quivering under because the pam, possibly iizty r freshinS. Door tired nerves do need of St'Jenait ot refreshiBg sleep. The reelnd as Mrs. eak, nervous women ii satisfied Bnggs and others testify: Favorite Prescription, A 111 PARTY CALL ISSUED A LOCAL OPTION ELECTION Montgomery County Will Try for tltion for Another Vote. DISPUTANT A Crops are looking well, iu this I ., : er Po Sick Women Wei!. It Makes Weak Women Slrong and women's weaknesses, removes the cause ot "Prescription" ulceration. It tranquil Izes ike nerves, Tzli HfouraiestaeappeUte and Induces restful sleep. bottle-wrappe- r. I tI 9j J 1 I Vffy Has-BBiao- s. Dr. ricrceis perfectly willing to let everyone know what his " Favorite Prescription" contains, a complete list of inDo not k--t any druggist gredients on the persuade you that his unknown composition is "just as good" in order iu.it he may make a bitfsjer profit. Mrs. Bkaziu. BKiGGs,of K N. Washington St.Dlphos, Ohio, writes: "llavinjr taken your 'Favorite Prescription, for a bud caso of intestinal disease and constipation with woman's II for which I was almost unable to do anything I think I am jafe in saylugthat there are no remedies and in the world 111.3 Dr. Purees Favorite Prescriptionbest ot Purifying Lotion Tablets.' I am now enjoying the health, and thank Dr. Pierce for his wonderful medicines which havo done me a world of good." Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate liver and bowels. 1 ' t UNDERTAKES Our line of Couch Caskets ia unexcelled Coffinsfurnished Hearse sent to all parts of the County Hand-mad- e (S3""2KeK Promptly All orders by Wire Phone 94-S Filled conventions and four delegates and e at the alternates for the Louisville meeting, which will be attended by the district delegates. The call was made at a meeting at Lexington, presided over by the Hon. Leslie Combs. Representatives from the Seventh, Eighth, Ninth and Tenth districts were present. Prentice O'Rear represented Franklin county at the meeting, and among others were for- mer Postmaster Thomas L. Walker, . of Lexington; T. Sanders Orr, editor of the Harrodsburg Leader; A. M. Col. E. S. Walsh, of Harrodsburg; HitchenB, of Olive Hill, candidate for the Republican nomination for congressman in the Ninth, and Dr. Salisbury, of Ashland. state-at-larg- part of the county. Oats are fine COUNTY CONVENTIONS TO BE Mrs. J. E. (jroucber is very low HELD SATURDAY ALL OVER ML Sterling, Ky. Fifty representaTHE STATE. tive citizens of this county met at the and not expected to live. was here last Frdiy visaChristian church and drew up a petiWill Inaugurate Third Party and tion asking County Judge McCormick ing his sister Mrs. Sherman Cha.--. to call a local option election in MontChoose Delegates to the Congresgomery county for September 30. The teen. He was on his way to Berea sional Conventions August 1. Rev. B. C. Horton was elected chair- to have his wounds treated. He Frankfort, Ky. County mass con- - man of the Campaign Committee, with was shot tbtongli the neck by a ventions will be held over the state John Stofer as secretary and John drunk man. at Manring, Tenn. PetiJuly 27 to inaugurate the third party White Trimble as treasurre. and choose delegates to the congres- tions will be put in circulation In each The Dr. said he was doing fin . Sherman Chasteen of this place, sional district conventions August 1. precinct In the county for signers. A state meeting will be held at Louis- Mt. Sterling Is the only "wet" pre- commenced his school at Climax, ville, August 3. Twenty-twdelegates cinct in the county. Signatures of 25 Monday. Miss Bess McWhorter and alternates to the national conven- per cent of the voters must be secured is teaching at Disputanta, J. D will be selected at the district before an election can be ordered. tion Mos-Gailiff . ypoB'H CASTORIA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT. AgetablcrVeparaiion&r,s-similatfag ibeFoeilamlRegula ting tlte Storaariis amLBovv-elscf Bears the Signature of o M Of Tl $150,000 COAL COMPANY. Lexington Business Men Incorporate New Concern. W. A. COX,! MT. VERNON, KY i RETAIL MERCHANTS OF CENTRAL KENTUCKY FORM ORGANIZATION AT HARRODSBURG. Lexington, Ky. Dr. J. C. Willis and L. L. Shadoin, of this city, and Howell Davies, of Louisville, have filed articles of incorporation for the Davies Coal Co., the amount of authorized capital stock being ?150,0Q0. The articles provide that Lexington shall be the principal place of business, but authorize the company to have a branch office at Louisville, Mercer county and Point East, Kentucky. The general nature of business Is that of raining, shipping and selling coal. The capital stock of $150,000 is to be divided Into 1,500 shares of the par value of ?100 each, and the company is au0 thorized to begin business when of the capital stock is subscribed. $50,-00- UQ'- - "' 'tTlfllLf f il UpriT f 'Cr1 SCOTT COUNTY ELECTS SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT. Ky. In accordance Georgetown, with the law recently passed by the legislature, a rural school superintendent was elected by the Scott county board of education. Ernest Lucas was chosen, at a salary of $100 a month, with $100 for traveling expenses. E Yesterday Tc.day To-morro- w ouly a vision, YESTERDAY is but a dream, well lived makes every yesterday a dream of hapbut a vision uf hope. Therefore piness andevery y not yesterday nor bring your account to TO-DAY to-da- y, to-da- THE BANK OF MT. VERNON bring you great satisfaction and all your dealings and relations with this Bank will bring you great prosperity. Then our hope is that all your moneys will bring you happiness, and prosperity, and all your reoollectious of yesterday will a Vs C. C. WILLIMS, WIT. VERNON THE BANK OF KENTUCKY MT.VERNON. President. W. L. RICHARDS, Cashier. m COMMISSIONER'S SALE ROCKCASTLE CIRCUIT COURT. SHERRIFPS SALE OF REAL ESTATE. By virtue ot execution No. 723 directed to me which issued from Wm. Taylor, et al, Plaintiffs I Commissioner's Sale. Defendants. Mabel Bishop, et al, By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Rockcastle Circuit Court, rendered at the April Term, 1912 thereof, I shall proceed to offer for sale at the front door of the Court House in Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle County, Ky., to the highest and best bidder' at public auction, on Monday, the 22nd day of July, 1912, between the hours of 9:00 a. ni. and 4:00 p. m.. being regular County Court day, on a credit of six months, the following described real estate located in Rockcastle County, Kentucky, baing two tracts located on the waters of DiciC's River, and bounded as follows: First Tract; Beginning at a white oat stump over the head of the double spjings; thence with the line of the 190 acres, S56 E 20 poles to a stone; S 151 E 14 poles to a stone set in for a division corner; thence a new line N 82 E 87 poles to a stone with a Spanish oak and N 64 E 33 white oak pointers; thence poles and 6 links to a stone and small gum with two gums and chestnut oak pointers, corner made at intorsection of outside line; thsnee with same N 8 W 25 poles and two links to a stone in said line, with 3 hickory and black oak pointers; thence a new Hue S 80 W at 128 poles, crossing Double Spring Branch, in all 130 poles to a stone in the outside line of the 191 acre tract; thence with said line S 15J E12 poles to a stake; last corner to said tract; thence S 1 E crossing Double Spring Branch &t'10 poles, In all 47 poles to the beginning; and containing 5g acres, the clerks office of the Rockcastle Circuit Court in favor of Peoplos Bank against H. D. MaGee, I will on Monday Julv 22nd. 191 2 be tween the hours of 9 o'clock a m and 3 o'clock p. m. at the court house door in Mt. Vernon Rockcastle county Kentucky expose to public sale to the highest and best bidder tke following described property or so much thereof as as may be necessary to satisfy plaintiffs debt, interest and cash to wit: One house and lot located in south Livingston, Ky., lot No. 3 in the Ward addition lying on the north side of avenue beginning at the west corner ot lot No. 2 running with avenue west 100 feet thence north 182 feet to the line of E. R. Smith; thence with E. R. Smith's line 100 feet to the north corner of lot No 2, thence with line south 182 feet to the beginning This property will be sold subject to a mortgage lien held by the Peoples Bank, of Mt. Vernon This sale is to satisfy one half of debt, interest aud cost and will be made upon a credit of 3 months with surety. approved The amount of debt interest and cost T. J. NlCELEY, $152.28. S. R. C, Somerset, Ky. Foster Robinson, colored, of Louisville, who was attend ing the convention of negro Odd FelLouisville, spoke on and lows here, was drowned In a pond al invited the convention to unite in a the fair grounds where the Louisville federation for the whole state and lodge is camping. Robinson went in attend a convention in Louisville on swimming, took cramps and drowned September 11. before he could be rescued. Adopt Constitution. CUTS ARTERY. At the conclusion of Mr. Goode's re Over U. G. Baker's Store. marks a constitution and wei Stanford,- Ky. Robert Lassing, son adopted and about 150 members were Crown and Bridge Work a specialty. All work guaranteed. enrolled, many charter membership ap of Judge John M. Lassing, of the court plications having been sent in by mei of appeals, cut an artery in his knee chants who could not be present. Tin while bathing In the swimming pool following officers were elected: Presi at Crab Orchard Springs. The young dent, J. L. Isenberg, Harrodsburg-vice-presiden- man lost considerable blood, but rested Guy Weisman, Danville; fairly well after the wound had been secretary, E. H. Davis, Harrodsburg dressed. treasurer, M. P. Lancaster, Versailles Mt Vernon, Ky BUILDING AT DANVILLE. YOUNG WOMAN BRUTALLY Home and office in the late residence BY NEGRO. Danville, Ky. The Danville loose Dr. Myers formerly occupied on Old leaf tobacco warehouse will be en St.," Mt. Vernon. Danville, Ky. Miss Corinne Mil larged to double its present capacity. Main Am at my office at all times. burn, a young woman about 20 yearr Liggett & Meyers will build a storagi of age, was brutally attacked by a ne house here. The J. L. Faulconer '10 gro at her home. She had gone to the bacco company win also build a storcistern for a glass of water when at- age house. 3A.TTORNEY-AT-LAtacked. She screamed for help, but before her" father arrived her garSOMERSET BANK ROBBED. MT. VERNON. KY. ments were torn and her assailant had OFFICE.- - On 2cd. floor o struck her several blows in the face. Somerset, Ky. Burglars broke intc The young woman is in a critical con- the office of the Somerset Milling com The Bank of Mt. Vernon , on Church dition and did not regain conscious- pany and blew open the safe. The street. Special attention given ness until some time later. She is In a secured about $100. Bloodhounds wer. to collections. state of nervous collapse and delirious telephoned for from Hustonville, bu Phone No. 80. from fright. She has been unable to on account of the heavy rain were no. describe the villain. able to pick up the trail. Harrodsburg, Ky. One hundred and twenty-fivrepresentative retailers ol Central Kentucky met in convention at Graham Springs. The following towns were represented: Shelby ville, Versailles, Eminence, Danville, Stanford, Lancaster, Lebanon, Paris, Springfield, Georgetown, Carroll ton, Owenton, Pleasantville, New Cas tie, Salvlsa, Burgin and Otoka. The purpose of the convention was the organization of the Central Ken tucky Retail organization of the central Kentucky Retail Merchants' As soclatlon, the call having been made by the retailors of HaVrodsburg. Tlu visiting merchants were entertained at luncheon at the Graham Spring' Hotel, and after lunch the convention was called to order in the hotel pari Guy Weisman, of Danville, was electe temporary chaiaman, and Willian Severance, of Stanford, temporary sec retary. Col. Ben Lee Hardin wel corned the visitors. Frank Cassell, sales manager for the Belknap Hardware company, of Louis ville, made a strong a'ddress on town development, setting forth the re sources of Kentucky. The Hon. Em mett Puryear, of the Danville Commer clal Club, held the ear of the conven tion for thirty minutes with a talk 01 organization. Denny B. Goode, of the Convention and Publicity League ot e Law-rencebur- Henderson at Boiling Springs, and EUeu Wild at Cedar Springs. Seeing mi much fair advertisement make;, us thiuk that the tiint of j ear is drawing uear. The Brod head Fair must be making a grca' effort to get a record creaking at tendance. The secretary, A. M Hiatt, was here last week, boosting their lair and doing some advertising", telling the people of their flying machine and hippodrome which are to be attractions this season. Greav prearations are being niaJe for a gieat lair and they will no doubt have great crowds from all parts of the county. The dates this year are Aug. and 16. Uucle Braddock 14, 15 Baker is very low with dropsy. G. D. Clark is running his mill on Red Lick. 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I am the proudest tween Eminence and New Castle while girl in Lincoln to find such a good smminmmniinmmmmwwnimmmniiiininifflmmmK I g g J&,. tfERNON CjSBKET CD. PRACTICAL trying to cross In a buggy after a ratdicie." For sale by Chas. C. heavy rain. Her husband was with Davis. UNDERTAKERS her and made his way out The couple had just been married and were on FUNERAL DIRECTORS, their way to take a train at Eminence When asked he liked the nomi AND nation of Willson, Henry Walter EttlUUIKRS NEW KENTUCKY POSTMASTERS. son. who was cutting off a piece of Mt. Vernon, Ky. Lexington, Ky. Word has been re tob icco at the time, became so exceived here that A. R. Dyche will be cited that he threw the plug in the named as postmaster at London and street, stuck the "chew" in bis W. H. Turner at Middlesboro. Miss E Ward will be reappointed at Harlan, pocket and swallowed the knife. EE L,icened Embalmer will have charge of that line of Other appointments are: Charles W work for the company. Troutman, Shephardsville; Edwin B, Linney, Danville. SrOrders by wire promptly tilled. FOR FLETCHER'S Hearse sent to all points 3 Z ; OUCH METALI CCASKETS S it CoffinsandRobes. LOUISVILLE NEGRO DROWNED Children Cry O ASTO R I A d. P. GREEN Ss S 2 GEORGE OWENS, E Manager 112 Office Mt. Vernon Monumental Building PHONE Dentist iiuiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiimmmiuiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiaiiiii by-la- - 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, I feel as well as anyone can." W. T. FRANCIS, t, Dentist -- C. C. Williams, CARDUI Are you a woman? WomanlTonic SAY8 NIGHT RIDER8 FORCED HIM TO BURN CABIN. Campbellsville, Ky. Masked night riders to the number of about 30 visit-,ethe southeastern part of this county and compelled a negro named Tobe Smith to go with them to a cabin that Smith owned and rented to two women. On arriving at the cabin Smith was ordered, he says, to apply the torch, which he did. The women asked permission to take out their things and were allowed to do so. All else went with the cabin. WILLIAMSON MAY GET ELECTRIC LIGHT SYSTEM. Williamson, Ky. Another effort will be made to establish an electric light plant here. A Danville promoter has made an offer to put in a plant, provided the town trustees will grant him a franchise permitting him to run the wires over the streets and will subscribe for a fifty-arlight system. The proposition carries with it a proviso that 1,200 incandescent bulbs must be subscribed for by the residents of the town. c INJURIES PROVE FATAL. 1. C.McCLARY Then you are subject to a large number of troubles and irregularities, peculiar to women, which, in 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 for $ftcial Jiutmetkiu. and Write to: LaciM acjviioi-M-p- d more or lejs. Lies south of first Second Tract: tract and is bounded on the east and. west by the Maretbiug aud Brodhead public road and lands of Louisville & Nashville R. R. Co., on the south by the lands of the Louisville Naahville R. R. Co., and containing about one acre and a halff more or less. For the purchase price the purchaser must execute bond with approved surety, bearing interest from day of sale un til paid aad having the force and effect Bidders must be preof a judgment pared to comply with these terms, G. S. Griffin, Master Commissioner, Rockcastle Circuit Court. WHAT MAKES A WOMAN? One hundred and twenty pounds more or less, cf bone and muscle don't make a woman. Its a good foundation. Put into health and strength and she may rule a kingdom. But'that's just what Electric Bitters give her. Thousands bless them for overcoming tainting and dizzy spells and for dispelling weakness, nervousness backache and tired, listless, worn out feeling. "Electric Bitters have done me a world of good" writes Eliza Pool, Depew, Okla., "and I thank you, with all my heart, fot making such a good medicine," Only 50c. Guaranteed by Cbas. C. Davis. season when vou have the least time te spare you are most likely to tako diarrhoea and lose several days time, unless you have Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera, and --Diarrhoea Remedy at hand and' take a dose on tha first appearance of the disease. For sale by Cbas. C. Davis. Augusta, Ky. Ben F. Welmer, whe UNDERTAKER was scalded by escaping steam on the ferry boat Proctor K. Smiley, belong ing to the C. & O. railroad, at Rifle Ohio, died as the result of his injuries He is survived by his wife and twe daughters. His father, B. F. Weimer Sr., an engineer who had run on some of the noted steamers of the Ohio and Mississippi, was drowned from the same boat just eight years ago the day the accident happened to his son. old-tim- e and EMBALMED uept., citsnanoqaa Median Co.. autuaoogo. Ttaa.. book. Hoae Treatment forwoaeo." scot free. J M fuRnnli Stanford, Ky. JftMJ $3C$SlC$r$ $3&yt$PC& SMALL LOOT FOR BURGLARS. Cms. Cy DAVfS Elizabethtown. Ky. Burglars en tered a half dozen residences at Glen dale, this county, and obtained small amounts of loot from four of the houses visited. R. H. Bakely, who lost $7.25, was the heaviest loser. Henderson, Ky. The members of the First Methodist ohurch here have raised $20,500 toward the erection of a new church building. Work will be begun on the structure when $30,06$, the amount required, is raised. THE DRUGGTST SAYS That Tennyson or Longfellow could take a worthless sheet of paper and write a poem on it and make it worth $75.00O-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-bir- d and make it worth t's miney and some of our yoeng ladies will buy a hat for $l.bnt prefere one that t's cost foolishness. I 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 serve you as well as Chink t's nonsense-tr- y me. $20.-tha$35.-thabut-tha- from the bite of an insect two years before. To avert such calamities from stings and bites ot insects use' Bucklen's Arnica Salve promptly" to kill the poison and prevent inflaraation, swelling and aud pais. Heals burns, boils, leers, piles, eczema, cuts bruises. Only at Cbas. C. Davis, 25-cea- INSECT BITE COSTS LEG. A Boston man lost bi leg Right in your busiest THE CHOICE OF A HUSBAND is too important a matter for a Woman to be handicapped by weakness, bad blood or foul breath Avoid these kill hopes by taking Dr. Kidgs Life Pills. New strength, fine complexion, pure - PNEUMONIA left me with a frightful cough and very weak. Mount Vernon Monumental ts minutes. My doctor could not help me, but I was completely cured by I had spells when I could hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 Children Cry Fit FLETCHER'S C A?S TOR A I JTrr CASTORIA. a. -- Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR breath, cheerful men-follow that win Easy, sale sure. O. Davis. things their use. 25 cents at Chas. -- spirits DR. KING'S New Discovery Mrs.J.E.Cox.JolIet.Ill. AND 50c $1.00 AT ALL BRUCIISTS. and and Granite Monuments of all Estimates furnished kinds. on application. GEO. OWENS Propr. 'Pone 112 Manufact nrer of Marbles Yours t r u J y -- . C, C. DAVIS, Mtrnon.Ky. ! PHOXE No. 39&" - - I.., ..