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Mount Vernon signal: July 26, 1912 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1912 mou1912072601_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: July 26, 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. ' 4 Published Every Friday VOLUME XXV. HnMiV OTinun i 1 mini i amtfiiL .vvjv -- Established 1887 NUMBER 43 - v- - , vj v? vj nt r-- vj frrAc rv ' vy m vw vwvwvw vr MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 26, 1912. likes. The Great J? -- B rod head xJbv w 'ot August 14, 15, 16 More attractions, better music, better shows, better s, better order, Guaranteed. Merry-Go-Round- Better Grove, better way to get to our Fair. More people attends Better chance to see your friends. In fact, the best place to go to spend a few days real pleasure than any 'place within jour reach. No gambling allowed, No races except those for your own' amusement, Grand Free performance in the ring t. you will spend it where there is the most to be seen. you have more you will If want to spend them all at THE BRODHEAD FAIR, because we have something new every day. If you only have one day" to spend James Neal was at Ford a member of the agricultural on this important subject. There Saturday. Marion Hamliu has faculty of the State University. is one boy in thisconnty who will 1 Cam Mullins, of Ml '.'.riion is m0ved his family to Mt. Vernon, The essay from each county that be awarded this desirable prize with us tbis week Mr : I . W. E. Orav has ratiirnpd from wins the highest mark will entitle trip to the big State Fair and the Mrs. David Lindsay ' a, cub a pleasant trip to the Mammoth its writer to be brought to the city. The Signal wiM piint the to Louisville Tuesday oii'a'ccui. Cave. Miss Nannie .Tnhn.nn wlm fair almost free of expense, ac essay of the winner. Jul., is teaching the Gaulev school was cording to the offer. of the death of r relative Mullins, Joe Childress, and Lloyu with homefolks at BQrea Sunday. When I want to call up a picture While at the fair the boys will Marot were in. Mt4. Vernon Mun Mr. and Mrs. James D.Hall, receive their bed and board, being of overwhelming desolation I think lay. J. P. E. Drummonds and Miss Nannie Johnson, Mrs. Sue required to furnish only their of a barren island I read about f. A Qliver were m Mt. Vernon 'Mullins, Mart Hicks and daueh- - clothes and bed clothes and similar not long since, an island beat Tuesday. Buimet Quinn, Thos. ter, Miss Bertha? and Bill Cum articles, For two hours each upoa by the surf of a stormy sea, Mullinsand AUvin Keynolds. were mins attended the funeral of morning and afternoon they will blistered by an unhindered sun. , in Paris Tuesday. Miss Annie Uncle Mod Mullins, near Mullins meet in classes conducted by swept by drenching rains and Walton is visiting in Parksville Station Sunday. A very sad members of the agricultural faculty gnawed by corroding dams and and Danville this week. Miss affair occurred hear Calloway to be taught the' scientific judging miasmiiic fog. Lucinda Dees is visiting in Mt. church Sunday at John Paynes. of cattle and stock of all kinds and On that island, away ff upon its Vernon. From what we can gather a every sort of farm produce, for remotest point, miles removed Mrs. C. A. Blanford and lot of young folks had gathered which the multiplicity of exhibits from touch or speech ot human daughter, Miss Ella Mae are there for the purpose of having at the fair affords an uusucpassable hand or voice, there is a tent, and visiting relatives in Parksville some pictures made and ayoung opportunity. The hoys will be in in that lives a loathsome leper. this week. Mrs. W. M. Preston man by the name of Crocket charge of Prof. T. R. Bryant, of At stated intervals a bark bears and children are visiting rela- Lamb had a pistol and by some the extension department of State down upon the island from the tives at Boston Kv W. M. means the pistol was discharged University. unquiet sea, and a silent messenger Moore and daughter, Miss Mollie and shot one of his fingers off from the great untender world Topics to be Discussed. of Camrbellsville have betn and tore uu another. Thp s.ittib tosses a supply of bread and Under the general title of "The cask of fresh visitins? relatives at. Pittshnro- hall hnn? pfVfin.h in Mice irinlo water within reach and at this place for a few days. Griffin's neck and it is reported Home Farm", the boys will be of the sufferer. Through long Mr--, and Mrs. Egbert Hayse that she is in a serious condition. required to deal with the following nights. and endless days of dumb after a weeks Jvisit with relatives She is the daughter of Will topics; despair the leper sits within the here have returned to their Griffin and granddaughter of. (a) Describe the farm. shelter of his tent and awaits the (b) home in Cincinnati Ohio. James Uncle Dan Griffin. It is said there. Why I desire to remain tardy coming of Death, the deOwens has just returned from a that Lamb is a very reckless boy. liverer. Can the mind of man (c) What changes may be made picture anything visit to the garden spot of the This is generally the outcome of more desolate? world, (we mean Level Green) carrying pistols. Young boys in the present system of carrying And yet every day we fret and and reports fine crops in that take warning and let this be a on this farm to insure better grumble about something in omr locality. J. H. Owens has re- lesson to all that indulsre in this financial returns. own lot that doesn't please as. (d) What can he doue to make G. W. D. in Danville turned from Level Green and practice. Altho it be an acciAdvocate. reports Miss Eliza Todd much dent yet some one has to suffer. farm life more enjoyable. It is up to the boys of Rock improved. Joe Omary is doing We learn through the Louis- castle to g busy with pencil and nicely and will soon be ready to ville Post that the State Fair Board pad and to demonstrate what they FOR FLETCHER'S pull the throttle on the engine lus just formulated a plan where can do in the way of essay writing I again. George Doss who is by every boy in the State between running the . L I VI N.G STON. I - ( v - m Children Ory7 3C&3!C8fciq will take the section 28 and James Poynter will take his place at Pittsburg. Carter McDowell, of East Bemstadt, was on Saturdays train Thomas Golden, agent at Pittsburg' was Pittsburg section the age of 15 and 18 years will be given an opportunity to visit the State Fair, at Louisville, for a week, free of charge and learn to g3G$C3cC:X SAYS CASTOR 'a - judge stock and farm produce under the tutelage of the members of the Kentucky State Agricultural College faculty. TJnder- the condition gf this offer one boy will be brought to -- the fair this year from each of the 120 counties of Kentucky, will be entertained while in Louisville by the State Fair Board and the Agricultural College without expense to himself, and will be taken there and returned home free after the fair ends by the railroads or the Stale. - CHAS, C, DAVISTHE DRUGGIST here Sunday we know E. Rice is on tie .sick list this week Thkpay- - cajr passed C. through here Sjihday causing the rail road boys to smile, v SKIMMINGS Washington Post: T. R, says that there was no steam roller in 1908 when Mr. Taft wasnominated He must have been too buS3' along about that time to read the paper. New York World: "Can newspapers tell the truth?" asks the Outlook. How can newspapers! r tell the truth when the onlv truth-- ! fu I man in the world is the Out- look's editor? cont-ibutin- g '- J- J Lee Chandler, of Broduead, who is teaching school hero was at home Sunday. Mrs. George Martin has returned home aiter a pleasant visit with relatives at Rowland. Miss Carrie Graces of Paris, is visiting relatives Philadelphia Record: Since Paid foreigners. And yet the there is no other way. from ., Wool Trust asks -for greater hero. Rev, Geo. Watson, of Mt. . Teddy's point of view, of The answer should be Vernon, filled bis regular appointmg an absolute, untaind nomii a revision downward to a revenue ment at the Presbyterian church nation, what could he do but basis of Schedule K. Saturday and. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs- Egbert Hayse, nominate himself? and Miss St. Louis h It is Ethel Hayse attended the funeral Indianapolis News: By the reported that Wall street is at Uncle Mod Mullins Sunday Lawrence denomination the county last convinced that there should of near Mullins' Station. There Is learned that the Wcol Trust's be a substantial reduotinn- nf .i, V4J some talk of Dr. R. a. WohK employes, instead of being "skilled tariff. M ith less tariff there nioving to Pine Hill. We ' dislike and hiehly-pai- d Americans", were might be more money for to gj ve tie Dr. up as he is a No. i considerable numbers, under speculation. t Physician and a man everyone . obtain-'dividends! - Pi,an for Ersays. Post-Dispatc- ! v w- Wtp 1 , To. extend the educational advantage ot Kentucky each boy between the ages of fifteen and eighteen Is invited to write an essay about the farm and submit it to the school superintendent of his home county. After this essay is graded by the superintendent it will be sent to Louis vllle for further consideration b a member of the Fair Board and 3C&3C863C&& That Tennyson or Longfellow ctdd take a worthless sheet of paper and write a poem on it and make it worth $75.000-tha- t's genius and there are others who can write a few words on a sheet of paper and make it worth $8,000.000 -- that's capital and this nation ot ours an take an ounce and a. martea, of gold and stamp upon it am Eagle-bir- d and make it worth t's money and some of our yoeng ladies will buy a hat for $1.25 bnt prefere one that cost $35. -- that's foolishness. I might sign my name to a ceeque for a $1,000,000, but it wouldn't be worth a dime-th- af s rouge. But some people will tell you that they can serryou as well as nonsense-tr- y me. $2Q.-thaChink-but-that's M Yours truly C. C: DAVIS, Mt. Vernon. Ky. PHOjXE No. 39 0 - "I j ., 1 t v. ' -- " .' AUG .7. 8. 9 Are the -- - . ? - VC Vr : :H::;;;H::::::::H::"""""" 3 Big Days .. ...... ......... :::::?:::::::::::::::::;s:::::::::::H MT VERNON T SSSIS ::::::zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz zzirzzrsizzzzzztzzziizi-zzzizzzizzziizzzizzzij- if r """" -"- -w- wwww-www :2::::i;;;:;;H:.::i THIS PICTURE SHpWS DARE DEVIL OLIVER DIVING ood RACES : Special ATTRACTIONS And Select Amusements8 FROM A TOWER 104 Feet in the Air into 54 in. of Water Don't Miss Seeing this each Day at the Mt. Vernon Fair, J- Atk 7,8,9 X -! Will -- .ry KING UP i ;; '- - 'f PROF. G. y v "W""'k " O. GILLI . K ,r , .. His Trippie Parachute Leap Each' and Ivery ai-- j kix rWsf am..: ywu mvut!u vauuu nure vjivuu vfdier AUCUil i - u W t" ,.-'.Make -a.w.-t.- Ji , . - . . .. ,s wt.- - 'A c THE AIRDr nrr iJ T - V - p r V , 1 '.: ': ..li - , ii- - r "t p- " ,SV4f- - MT. VERNON SIGNAL Friday, July 26 19 12 " " ' ' Vll" III Ml ' litf'fatkittjunuJmmi - i" rta r - - - ,p ftta NOMINATION Nam P. O BLANK -- Published every Friday by GOOD FOR 1.000 VOTES - EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. UBSCRIPTION ONB YEAR $I.OO d List of candidates now in the field at work for the piano given away by B. C. Anderson & tjnn There should be one hund-eor more by next week. The list d Advertising rates made known on pathy, knowiug the link that application bound you together these many years has been broken but soon to be united again . MEMBER OF That a page of our 4th. 1KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION records be set apart to his memory and a copy of these resolutions tbe sent to the bereaved widow. one to the Masonic Home Journal and one to The Mt. Veknon Signal for publication. Q s as follows: Name ofContestant James Proctor") Com. L J. Reams K . earlier than usual. 1440 PROGRAM. 1052 Soup, The King's Business 1000 Bible Lesson, Psalm 20. and 3995 Prayer Mrs. Lewis 3245 Song, My Faith Looks Up To 3454 Thee io25 Business Period Susie Cabel 1470 Song, Sowing the Seed Mary Lear 1000 Mrs. Auna Miller Genevia Boyd 1000 Quiz Mrs. Davis Reca Brooks 1315 Work of the C W. B. M. in Africa Bessie Shivel 1000 Mrs. Ballard Rilda Chandler IOOO Reading of Poem Entitled Katie Price 1000 "Voices" Mrs. S. Miller Ethel Payne 1052 Salechon from "Western Women Pearl Purcell 4160 In Eastern Lands." Annie Mae Sargent IOX Miss Mat Wiljiams Mattie Owens 4364 Reading, "Jacob Kenoly and his Bertha Bustle 134 1 Work In Africa Roberta Brown 1070 Mrs. Fishback Blaneh Howell 1260 Reading ot Poem entitled "The Orlie Ponder 1000 Unanswered Prayer Ada Ward 1050 Mrs. Griffin Ella Harp 3856 Bible Story, "Jepthah's Daughter' Rosa Brown IOOO Mrs Cleo Brown Dortha Owens IOOO Song and Prayer. Annie Cass 1150 Mattie Adams IOOO A TEXAS WONDER. Emily Sutton 1738 The Texas Wonder cures kidney Brodhead Graded School 1207 and bladder troubles, removing Belk Kincer 1250 gravel, cures diabets, weak and lame backs, rheumatism and all Birdie Johnson 2925 irregularities ol the kidneys and Florence Harris 440 in boty men and women. Regu- Delora Boyd 100O lates bladder troubles in chibren. If not sold by your druggist, will Every new subscriber to the besent by mail on receipt of Signal gets 1000 votes and everv 1.00. One small bottle in two renewal 500 votes. mouths treatroeut. and seldom fails to perfect a cure. Send for The "Old Wilderness" road, estimonials .from his and other MAIL CARRIERS vVILL FLY. traveled by Daniel Boone and the tates. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 This is an age of great discoverpioneers who came into Kentucky Olive street Louis, Mo. Sold by ies. Progress rides on the air Soon we may see Uncle Sam's by way of Cumberland Gap is to Druggist. mail carniers flying in all directbecome an important connecting ions, transporting mail. People GAME LAW. public highway between Central take a wonderful interest in a Squirrel Wnen unlawful to discovery that benefits Kentucky and East Tennessee, if them. Catch or Kill. No person shall That's whsT Dr. King's New Displans now being promoted bv the Colds and Bristol, Tenn., Board of Trade catch, kill or pursue with such covery for Coughs, . . nfllr tlirrvot on1 lunir !uoiok and kindred organization in that intern or nave tne same m posses- the most popular medicine in section of Tennessee, which have aiuu auer ii nas Deen caugnt or America, me ota dread killed, any black (grey) or fox ful cough, "it cured organized the Mrs. J. P. writes Highway Association, are carried squirrel, between the first day of Davis, Stick ney Corner, Me., February and the 15 day of June "atter doctor's treatment and an out. Provided, Grev other remedies bad failed." For is to construct a great in each year. The plan squirrels may be killed for the pro- coughs, colds or any bronchial highway, built of connecting its unequaled. Price 50c macadam direct from Bristol, tection of crops. and $1 00. Trial bottle free at Rabbits and Squirrels Con- Chas. 0. Davis'. Tenn., to Lexington and interest in is being aroused cerning. No person shall kill or. the movement Overturning the majority of its along the proposed line of both pursue with such intent, or have own committee, and reversing its ij his posession wnen so killed, States. The route of the proposed road, .any rabbit or squirrel between vote of March 1, I911, the Senate if it follows Boone's trace, would the fifteenth day of September took away from William Lorimer pass through this county and out and the fifteeuth day of November his seat as junior Senator from A by the way of Bocnes Gap, but it in each year. Provided, any one Illinois by a vote of 55 to 28. is probable the route via Cruzes may catch rabbits with dogs, or member of the Senate since June 18 1 909. Mr. Loimer was declared Ferry and Richmond road on snares. border ot Jackson and Rockcastle Injuring Pish Pond Fishing in to have been the recipient of votes may be chosen. When the matter Private Pond Without Leave. It secured by "corrupt methods and reaches the proper stage our any person shall break or "cut practices," and his election was county should make eery effort down, cut out or destroy any held to have been invalid. Facing to have tne road brought via Mt. head or dam of any pool, pond, hi associates with the declaraVernon. It would not be more moat, stew, stagnet or pit, wherein tion. "I am ready", the man who longer fish are or shall be put or storred for three days had held the than four or five mile than the route to rhp East ot us. by the owner or person in pos- Senate to close attention with his remarkable speech of defense and session thereof, or shall wrongattack, sat in the chamber and RESOLUTIONS fully and without leave fish in heard his fate decreed as the roli Dudley Lodge No. 770 F. & A. anv of the places above enumerated call showed the adoption of the M. Orlando, Ky. he snail be fined not exceeding It has pleased fifty dollars, or imprisoned not resolution of Senator Luke Lee. Whereas: Almighty God the great architect exceeding jhree months, or both Never leave home on a journey of the universe to send the death and pay the party aggrieved treble without a bottle of Chamberlain's angle into our midst and take the damages sustained. Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea from us Brother Samuel Allen, Poisoning or Dynamiting Fish Remedy. It is almost certain to who departed this life Saturday uiicams, rona or irooi. and it any be needed board cannot be obtained on the cars or steam 15 1912, age 41 years. His person put or cause to be put, in when June was spotless "and his any stream, dam, pool or pond ships. For sale by Chas. C. Davis reputation A any liquid, berries, powder, medicharacter above reproach. Bum "Sir, I am looking for a never . reared a cine or other thing or explode, or kiuder father little, succor". family in Kentucky, nor a more cause to beexploded, dynamite or Cossie 'Well, do 1 look like 'devoted husband. Therefore be it anv other substance, whereby one? Resolved: 1st. TbaMn the fish, great or small, are or may be death of Brother Allea Rock- sickened, intoxicated or killed, or HAPPIEST GIRL IN LINCOLN the water castle has last one of its .best and stench be rendered tor use, or produced, he ."hall be A Lincoln, Neb., girl writes. most respected citizew?: who's lined not less than ten nor more "I had been ailing for some time departure left the footpHats of a than one hundred dollars. and with chronic constipation and imprisoned in the county jail not stomach trouble. I began taking , well spent life. less than thirjfcy days nor more Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver 2nd. That Dudley Liigefehas lost a true and faithful iwoiaber, than e six months, in the discretion Tablets and in three da js I was able to he up and got better oft jury, .for each offense. such as we are proud teMw and rignt along. I am tbe proudest rgret to lose. girl in Lincoln to find'such a good &W .FOR FLETCHER'S 3rd. That we ten4dto tbe medicine." For sale by Chas. C. bereaved wife our sfacere syai- Davis. --iI- Progressive or Roosevejt Republicans of the Eleventh district are determined that Caleb Powers shall have opposition. "We say put out the strongest man to be found, and with the large number of ''Teddy'' republicans with the assistance ot the solid phalanx of the Democratic party victory is just as certain as tne day follows the night. Hon. Ben V. Smith, of Somerset is a candidate on the Democratic ticket but what showing does he have or expect to have or what can he hope to do. Mr. Smith is a high toned gentleman and a man that every democrat could heartily support, but what will it count after he has made the race and received every democratic vote in These are the whole district? tacts that can not be denied. The time has come when the voters must vote the way their votes will count and do some good and jor our part we would like to see the Democrats stay out and let the Progressive Republicans take the place where there is some hope of something being done. Speaking for ourself and in doing so we know we are voicing the sentiment of hundreds of other democrats in the district, we propose to vote in the Eleventh Congressional district race, where we know or have reason to believe that our vote will do some good and if it is necessary to leave the old Rooster for one time to do it, we are re&dy to go. The D. E. Stewart. ) As tne Mt. Vernon Fair opens on the first Wednesday in August the C. W. B. M. will meet a week Hiatt Mattie Wilmott Mildred Robins Lizzie Gentry Bessie Hamlin Sallie Reynolds Mary Proctor Etta Cable Minnie Hiatt Clyde Watson Dollie Johnson Eva Albright Katie Price Lela Albright Lena Albright Gertrude Martin Etta Sowder Li Hie No. votes. 5689 4"99 1000 om IDT n 17 1000' 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 UKl.NiviiSo cbf u.-- . v.. There seems to be a disposition in every pirt ot the State to conform to the provisions of the law passed bv the last Legislature igainst the common drinking cup. It is well that such is the cae. It was to be expected that the law would arouse some opposition nd in the beginning, would impose some hardships, but it was enacted for the public good and to the extent of its faithful enforcement the public will benefit. If it shall assist in preventing the pread of disease its benefits will greatly overbalance any tempon y inconvenience that it may cause. That it will so assist can scarcely be doubted by auy sensible person who has ever given any thought to the possibilities of harm that lie in the general drinking cup. Scientific opinion has condemned the common drinking cup and cities and States are rapidly forbidding the use of a medium so potent for the augmentation of human maladies. It is an agency ot disease that is just beginning to be generally recognized and the State Legislature has done itself credit in putting a ban on it, and thereby has taken a progressive stand in legislation for the public health and welfare. There should be everywhere for the enforcement of so salutary a measure aud there is cause ior congratulation that there is so much evidence of a popular desire to observe its provisions. -- mt, terssxrSSE llllJ IMHIi irvU asriSlSS''V'i'l mm 'r3w.v2'-ttWlMMBhMIMWKMWWWliiW " -- ?5as''- - sS AUCTION SALE To-morro- w, Jufy 27 OF emw, mt shoes; hots, etc. At our Store on West Main Street. I Sh in NOE n II n I m n i. i.uin & in m i DAVISl l - n i J The People's Bank an earnest effort to accomodate all classes. Our aim i& to make this in every respect the Peoplk'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 AE MAKE There is a widespread impression, thut the Republicau convention oi .SSo, which pn the thirty-sixthallo gave James A. Garfield votes and the nomination, 399 was the longest drawn out of any m the history of American po litical parties. This is a.i error. The Convention which met at Charleston on the 23d of April, 1S60, with full delegations from every State in the Union, took ballots without reaching a decision, owing to the Many- - delegates having vote. seceded and held another convention in the same city which later adjourned to Richmond, Va., the regular Democrats themselves ad journed to meet again at Baltimore Tbere, on June 18, they reassembled and on the first ballot, gave Stephen A. Douglas, of Illinois, the nomination. Fitty-sevenot thirty-six- , ballots is the record. h -- y situated. ZZIBANKWITH US t lifiv-seve- n two-thir- d U. G. BAKER, President. . J, P.E. DRUMMOND, F.L.THOMPSON'.Jr., Cashier. CLAUDE C. COX.Ass't. Casli . Vk-e.-P- THE PEOPLES' Mt. Vernon, - BANK - Ky. n, iy&30&y& 35D$3& O O K g in Bristol-Lexingt- on af-fecli- Hi s o n t O I Mrs. Y. '"'I just love to shut my eyes and think." Mr. Y. Why don't you try that with your mouth sometimes dear?". QRANVI 1 OWENS Ky $ UNDERTAKER I Sprains require careful treatment Keep quiet and apply ' Chamberlain's Liniraei.t freely. It will remove the soreness and quicklv restore thf parts to a healthy condition. Foi sale by Chas. C. Davis. I Brodhead i T ? COMPLETE LINE Coffins, Caskets and Robes, Mail, Telegraph or Tele- - phone orders Promptly Ch.fciron Cry CASTO FOR FLETCHER'S Rl A m K3Sncr": 3tf i Filled. ntr&rf$ryr 3ec86CS3eC JeL43ec3e3C m inMiBaiHH0MBnI0UKZlHiEBlKaHHlHlH yC&X?-J3gycXSoCpeCbSeC .i?teLt- - o o jonas Mckenzie EACH WEEK, where you will always find listed the beit of goods, which O KEEP AN EYE ON THIS SPACE o c i Q a are sold for a fair margain of profit Goods bought right and soldjjright 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 pat' DW - ronage in the past and asking a continuance in the. future, I am Yours very truly, 1 4? . JONAS McKENZIE, Mt Vernon, Ky. -, Children Cry J?.T.- V Fi' casxOria. ghrrbiriS p. ' Iii&j2mj !&& "V 4v ", t Y 3 . I ' TBTf&KtrX . MMHHMH 7&mmmmiwmmnmmBmmmmmmmj.miimKmm!mKmmw 7KtMKKKBBKSXKKtKmKIKKKBKKBtKMKtKMWall3!xXEBWmUaKBBBf iWwiritiriiaw v V. . ' 1 i A Vgt, gjfesfriffi -- a. v -- .: . itfti r .wiMiT-rwi1.,u jamir-- . ' tt:'y'riv'r Wnlinliiii)l L V n iliv Vl. Jj7 - - -" 1 1'5M'a8jpyiBit ijfiSw rwWiit5C5"w ninim-in WWW vw n 29 Everybody is coming to Sutton Mrs, Paris Sowder is numbered & McBe e'.s big sale. with the sick. flT VEKNONj KV.,July 26, 1912 Walter Robins was up from Don't fail to attend the auction Brodhead Sunday. sale of Noe & Davis 2jt 79" wnenT7A Miss Mayme Biown, a sister Don't fail to attend the Big Sale you wanlto Communl cats with SIGNAL. of Mrs. T. M. Craig is very sick beginning at Sutton & McBee's ML VERNON SIGNAL jmmmmmmmMmmsimmmmtmmmni t mmmmmmmmmmmmmt PS of fever. Miss Winnie Falin, of Cove, is with Mrs. G. M. Ballard on New-coin- b Ave. Mullins attended the . H. J. burial of uucle' Mod Mullins at Fairview Sunday. Bkh Purcell returned home Sat-- ! urday after spending several months in Cincinnati. Thomas Rider from Texas is with his brother J. W. Rider at this place for a few days visit Little Henry Nicely, aged 4, son ot T. J. Nicely, while playing Monday afternoon, Jell and broke his leg above the knee. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Beazley spent last week at their Raven wood farm looking after the apple crop and coming fruit. Sitmday. Pure Silk Brand Neckwear in every new color and shape for Summer wear at Fish's. BATES SHOES are made for you Mr. Man. They are sold in Mt. Vernon by J. FISH. The most impojtant sale ever held in this county starts Saturday at Sutton & McBee's. Rev. Combs, of Morehead, is Dont If ) - Louisville & Nashville R. R. Co. TIME TABLE. ir. UbllU ". ir. 1.1U 1 n J Hi 2fi nortn 2:J south lit South Phone No. 8. 3:53 a m 11:38 a m 12:19 am Jas. Landrum, Agent. htered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice mail matter. as second-clas- s H i PERSONAL Charley Adams was over from 2erea Wednesday. y Mis. Polly Begley is the guest pf Mrs. J. M. Jones. LOCAL 'R. B. Mullins is able to he out Get your exhibits ready for the jjgain with the aid of crutches. fair. Miss Majy Dooley, ot Berea, is The Teachers lustituie begins the guestof Miss Hazel Johnson. next Monday. Mrr'and Mrs. Willis McKenzie Preaching at the Presbyterian attended the Lancaster Fair Wed- Church Sunday. nesday. conducting a meeting at the Buckeye Christian Church, Take no chances on the "just as gocd" clothes but go direct to Fish's and you will get the best there is. Come everybody and see lor yourself what Mt. Vernon people hold in store for you August 7, 8 and 9th. Fair week, Remember the Auction Sale at Noe & Davis' Store on W Mam St. Saturday July 27th, just alter the sale of the Hiatt prop 1 When. you see some "Cheap John" Clothing, Shoes or anytning else advertised at a "song and dance" price. you don't HEA.D s ose see the goods before you buy, you are apt to get the worst of the deal TAKE NO CHANCES - Come and let us show you. the newest that's new n erty. Round trip ticket to Lexington for $2.70, Sept. 10 to 14, limited Sept. 17, on account of colored fir, agricultural and mechanical association. Taken Up: A sandy colored sow, weight about 115 pounds, came to my place abont six weeks ago, owner can have same by paying all cost and damage, u ly, i93t W. M. Arnold, Jr. Men's and Boys' Guaranteed ; Farmer is here from Mc- Cool comfortable Uuderwear for Mrs. S. F. Men and Bos at Fish's. I Kee visiting his sister, I Bowman. The big sale at Sutton & Mc I Mrs. Laura Baugh, of'London, is Bee's will last several days. I uith her sister Mrs. Albrighi, for Just a quarter, that's all it takes I 4 day or two- to see everything one day at the j Mr. T. S. Miller is here from MT. VERNON FAIR, Aug. 789. We never made a statement in an advertisement that is not backed up by the goods themselves. I JGalifornia visiting his morher and We lead the procession when it lother relatives. I1 You can depend on every word that appears in oor advertisement just the same as if we were comes to supplying the very finest O. L. Hatcher and family have I talking to you face to face. Special attention has been given wearing appearel at reasanable moved from Corbin to their place to Floral Hall to prevent any dust T. Fish. prfces. ,at Level Green. or dirt from injuring any nice If you don't see anything on the display. The Ladies will be in David Craig, one 0; the valuable it WB BY WHAT YOU BUY.,! of thfs office has been very circular you need come and call charge. Mt. Vernon Fair aaiets for it we've got it and it's cheap. sice this week of mumps. Sutton & McBee. G. T. Tohnson lelt Sunday for Several people from other states St. Louis to accept a place with the Just two weeks until the MT. as well as hundreds from all parts VERNON FAIR, AUGUST 7, of Kentucky have advised their Peters Shoe Co., as salesman. 8 and 9. This will bs home com friends here that they will be here Atty. C. C Williams has returned from 'a ten days business trip to iug week for everybody. at the Mt. Vernon Fair and Home t& Corner 3"Sr- y ' ." Buffale N. Y. (Philadelphia and Don't forget that home coming Coming. Are you coming?. Mrs. Hendren, of Pineville, Mrs. week for Mt. Vernon and RockTaken Up: On July 1st. a bay Hancock and Mrs. V. P. Freeman castle 'county is Aug. 7. 8 and 9. horse-abohands 5 years old, 14 filled promptly with best values in stock and WE PAY EXPRESS reWttests of Mrs. James Meadows. Mt. Vernon Pair Association. high, clear of blemish "except AN V WHERE within 100 Miles of Mt. Vernon has moved to 1 arion Hamlin Both banks willclos& at noon those caused by harness . Owner "r iiA Johnson property opposite the each day of the fair. All parties can have same by paying reason I: Ml, House and will open a having business with either insti- able charges. jon it The fair grounds are attracting The best wagons are 'made in Incur and feedstore. tution should keep this in mind. P. D. DeBord, j many visitors. Mt. Vernon." Mrs. G. D.Cook came up from Mt. Vernon, Ky. The greatest and most thrilling July 26-t Livingston first of the week to exhibition in the world today is New line of Arrow Collars and Twelve more days and then the The man that deliberately jumps Mt. Vernon fair. Shrrts just arrived fvibit her parents, Judge and Mrs. the High Diver who performs at Fish's. ' from a balm soaring among the J. B. Lair near town. twice each day at the Mt Vernon clowds with three parachutes and Frying chickens are so high 3 011 Fish's guarantees 4 pr. wunder-- . Dr. and Mrs. Oscar Brock, of Fair grounds. Aug. 7, 8 and 9. can't hear them crow. hose to wear 4 mouths with iumps, again an I then again mak Ikoadon, were the guests ot Mr. of the ing three separate and distinct leaps Notice: The directors A ton of dynamite lifteu out darning. Try a box rbrSi. I take .this means of announcing to the md Mrs. E. S. Albright from Mt. Veinon Fair Associationwill certainly has nerve. Prof. G. O. ten thousand yards of stone at Summer tourist, Crab Orchard' Monday. Friday until public I have please meet me at E. R. Gentry s Gill performs that feat all three Sparda last Saturday. returned from the and hreturn 70 cts. July 15 to Sept. L. G. Falin, J. A. Oliver J. P. July 27th. important days at Mt. Vernon Fair, Aug. 7 office A number of ockcastle people 30th. limited to Oct. 31st. IE. Druminonds aud John Mullins city where I purchased a car load of high jj C. C. Davis, 8 and 9. business. who now live in other states have Round trip ticket to Nashville ffour leading citizens of Livingston, v Pres. grade which is now on for $10.50 Aug. 10 and 11 limited were here during the week. The Mt. Vernpn Fair Association arrived for the fair. Mrs. Mary C. Wilmott, of Brod have made a deal with the W. J. Miss Ethel Owens and little For Sale: One new six room Aug. i7th. account of Convention exhibition in large ware room for insister, Ruth, of BarDuursville, hae head, announces the marriage of Sparks Co.. to furnish water from house and lot located on Rich- American Poultry Association. I spection showing the most up-to-d- ate been the pleasant visitors of Miss her daughter, Miss Mattye Givens, the famous Bowman Spring nearby mond street, just outside the We have no old. out of date goods to Mr. Orval D. Sampson, of The W. J. S. Co., pump this corporation. For terms for a few days. Zelma Jones apply to, to offer you. Everything new and best line of furniture ever brought Pearce, Mary Reid Rushville Ind., to take place at her water to their Sparda plant and Misses Allena Edgar Mullins. and up to date in style and quality in Brodhead the first week can easily furnish this pure fresh July and Georgie McAfee, of Danville, home Mt. Vernon, Ky. to townt Bed room suits, Davenports, J. Fish. in September. water at the Pair grounds alter fare the altractive guest of Mrs J. Harry Allen of the Wiuches-te- r Round trip ticket to Atlanta Couches, Dining tables, Center tables, Clay and the Watson family this Caswell Cox has rented the putting on a few hundred feet of Granite Brick Co., whose for 10.25 Sept. 7, 8 and 9 limited Sowder Barber shop and will con- pips. There will be plenty of reel- Rockers Wardrobes, Safes, in fact , . f tinue 10 operate it in the Mt. free drinking cqps for all that do works are located at Dudley, is Sept. 2lst. on account Mi s. Aialtie uarpenier. sister 01 Rock-pastl- e negotiating the sale of Meeting Grand United Order of have them, everything in the furniture line, needed to Irs.' S. F. Bowman, has moved Vernon Hotel. Paris Sowder will not made brick for the erection Odd Fellows (colored). T i.n,1lk Ia tVtA- Arlamc open a Restaurant and Pool Room nJvuuwviiii. ODr. NoTicE:--ThMt. Vernon of a storehouse on Main street furnish and beautify your home -during the next few days in the Graded school property is being A six week's campaign against ropF11 " '" """ " this place. kajt and Williams St. the hookworm was begun in Knox brick next to Fish's. Remember we have Carpets, mistreated by several boys and Gregory Taken Up: A black sow, county Monda ; under the joint jjr. and Mrs Marriage license were issued men as well and the trustees of and a large and well selected assortnoJnason of the West End are recently to Robert Fredericks and the srhool claim that on several Weight about i5o pounds, came to auspices of the State health authorities and the Rockefeller my place about six weeks ago. Jg t(IUUU MIWIW v c uut. uvj Annie Burke; Jim Nicely and occasions the windows have been ment Lliiqh they have christened Will- Owner can kave same by paying Sanitary Commission. Bertha Whitaker; Dillard Allen broken out, and it is asked that damage and cost. Manor Thomason. this space each week for prices and Sarah Hurst; Orbin Gilliam every body please stay off the all Not in years has there been ... Middleton, Lee sue uutner ana uauguiur and Lottie Sararns; Henry Smith premises until school opens !im such a big bean crop. The market will interest you . Mt. Vernon.. Ky. is glutted and bushels are going ; JViatlie, nave reiurneu irom and Annie Ramey; Johnny Owens Now wa don't want to cause any July Harrodsburg where they have been and Martha Owens. one trouble but you must heed this the gardens. in Boys should rot fail to read the to waste request. , o see Mrs. Burner's sister, Mrs. article in another column of ,this Tomatoes are right up close to J. M. Craig has been appointed Mt. Vernon Graded School issue, detailing tne manner in the bean yield. Redwitz who is very sick. county supervisor and truant Trustees. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bray, of Ft which they may secure a week's officer by the County Board of Strayed or Stolbn: White t Scott, Kansas are visiting Mr. and In a drunken row at Line Creek free trip to State Fair at Louis- and black spotted hound, yellow says that Mrs. R, L, Bray afc Wabd, this Education. Mr. Craig Church just over the Pulaski line ville and return with all expenses around the head, with collar on her county. Mr. Bray is a RociccajBtle he intends to keep a close watch last Sunday Eddy B. Hall, a paid. neck, left my place about June boy who tins made good, rail read- and see that the children of the county shall attend school as pro- youth of 19 years, accidently shot The will of the late Judge J. T. 29th. "Liberal reward offered" ing in the West, having been there Mr. Fullen Booz, of New York, For summer diarrhoea in childvided by the law, He assumed the and killed his friend and companion Adams was read in open court . W. H. Gentry, nine years. has by order of court, had his ren always give Chamderlain's Glasgow a youth of about Monday. It was a very s'hort Spiro Ky. duties of the office last Monday. Jesse Jona : McKenzie, Wm. Mullins, name changed to Fullerton Booth Cholic, Cholera, and Diarrhoea' jp e same age. n seemea jLnax a document and was made just a H. C. Gentry, J. T. Meadows, will discord his jag cognomen. Remedy and caster oil, and a In our last issue, through an man named Jacobs, an uncle few days before he died. An old farmer went to a cattle and The speedy cure is certain. For sale , and Richard Mul- oversight, we failed to mention Glasgow, had made some Jesse Meadows, insulting provisions of the will are as follows: show to exhibit a favorite cow, Heinrich SchwarzenpfefFerkopf, by Chas. C. Davis. lins were amongthose who attended the marriage of Judge P. D. remark to Hall and made an atHis two granddaughters, Kate with which he had high hope of of New Yotk, made .appli ation the revival at Brodhead Sunday Coilyer, of Crab Orchard, and Mrs. tempt to shoot Hall but Hall was Yeagjr and Thelma Houk he cuts winning the first prize. On to court to have his name changed. We cau fit you from head to Joot conducted by Revs. R. A. Barnes Martha E. DeBord, widow of the the quickest and in the next min out entirely, to his" daughter, Mrs. learning the result, aud that his Probably he will be known in in Good clothes lor all occasions. .: and T.O. Duke. late Matt DeBord. They are both ute would have filled Jaceb full of R. L. McFerron, he bequeathed cow had been placed fifth, his Try us. future as Hen Sneeze. j. Fish. I Mr. J. C, Achesda the popular well and tavorably known through- aot led had not youne Glaseow $1000 and the balance of his estate anger knaw no bounds, and, rushPicking up a sharp knife and out this and adjoining counties. stepped in between them and amounting to something over ing into the ring, he attacked the banding it to the butcher the THE CHOICEDF A HUSBAND was in Mt. Vernon on busi- - Mrs. Coilyer is a sister of Mrs. caught Hall's automatic revolver. $15000 he left his wife, ville, Jennie judges. "You may cut is too important a matter for a Mr. Acheson's David Henderson and once had Just about the time Glasgow got 'Adams. The will oess Thursday. "Why is my ,cpw not first? .lady remarked: will probably woman t be handicapped by many friends here are glad to know charge of the old Miller Hotel hold the revolver it fired inflicting be probated at the next term of, 'What are herfauUs, I'd like to it off and I will take it along any- weakness, bad, blood or foul breath i, of the continued prosperity of the years ago. Judge Coilyer was a wound from which he died r how, tho I have no use for .it. Avoid these kill hopes by taking a half the county court. That the s know?" . school and that Mr. Acheson has Judge of this county about 15 hour later. New Id Glasgoe's dying will reap a rich harvest from AtthispoiptOneof the judges "Cut it off? Cut what off?" asked Dr. Kidg's Life Pills. . a years ago and has lived at Crab statement he Stated that it was the estate is an steve. receBtly been able to complete : sireugtu,. one complexion, pnre assured fact as approached, himand answ.ered: breath, cheerjul spirits things, campaign for $100,000.00 insuring Orchard for a few vears. The an accident and asked tjhat. Hall the matter will be ended only "Your hand. you weighedv it that win i'Her faults' mygood man. are their use. iurther equipment and enlarge- - Signal and a host of friends wish not be prosecuted. Hall went to when it has passes throueh the somewhat akin to.yaur own. She with the roast, and I want -- all, II Easy, sate sure. 25 cents at Chas, tbemmucb happiness, snent; of tb college. rRpcf mnrte ,, SomersetMonday aid pay for.." -b. """ wwt.....-,C Davis.. T TP T- t"Xewis Clothing, Hats, Shoes AND FURNISHINGS STAND Bell Home 27 All around Busy the 'mJV-M- F""f O ut MAIL ORDERS t 3t , to-da- y ANNOUNCEMENT that just FURNITURE my am 12-4- j- Chairs, e Mattings Rugs; 26-31- Watch They E. L- Coekrell LIVINGSTON, KY. tf ' S law-year- men-follo- w . St I -- H .M .11 srdered.3 "i nzrfif&rttt H 1 17- i Vftf"'1'" r IS CUT rr. CLOSE 1 1 Vw j. If ' I , . - UliLlUill Sale Starts Saturday 1 1 1 I Sale Starts Saturday JULY 27 JULY 27 - $10,000.00 Worth of High Class Merchandise - i CLOTHING, SHOES, DRY GOODS, NOTIONS A BOIMIFIDE REDUCTION IN EVEY ARTICLE ENORMOUS FALL STOCK! Good Crops and everything looks forward to a big Fall business; and in order to get ready we must clear every single article from our shelves to make room for our j I U Positively the Greatest Money-Savin- g Sale ever held in this County THE PRICES BELOW ARE ONLY AN INDEX TO THE LOW PRICE WE ARE MAKING Come Early, Bring Your Friends; Also Your CASH. Sale Begins JULY 27 FOOTWEAR for WOMEN 400 PAIR ODD PANTS 4 CLOTHING SKIRTS DRESS GOODS FOR MEN AND BOYS Low shoes arranged for clear- Pants worth up to $2.00 for 98c Skirts up to u a ' ' 3 for $1.98 ance of conflicting styles and acMen's fine Casimere and Serge SALE PRICE cumulated lots, astonishing low u u ' 4 ' 2.98 Suits up to $10, Skirts prices It is well to recall the u up to ft ' ' 5 ' 3.75 Sale Price $1.79 SALE $2.50 Best gingham up to I5c superior quality of our shoes. Seude and Cravenette One . $4.98 SALE PRICE 7.98 SALE PRICE $16.50 Skirts up to 9.93 SALE PRICE $24.75 Skirts up to 1 Strap Pumps up to $3.00 BOYS PANTS Sizes 12 to 1 7 up to $2 for 98c Suits up to $12.50' Sale Price Sale Price Suits; up to 50c !.;- -. ' 8toJ2upto 1.25 ' 4 to 8 low as Sale Price White Buck, Pat Vel Pumps and a lot of lace Ox up to $3.00 for 89c Suits up to 19c Sale Price 2.75 3.93 4.93 PRICE $3.50 Fine Voilsupto SALE PRICE 5.00 Batist up to SALE PRICE 7.50 Serges up to SALE PRICE- 9c 25c 15c 25c 15c 50c I 39c 50c 13.95 3000 Yards of Embroidery up to 25c Silks to SALE PRICE All wool goods to Shirts up to $1.50 for ' ' ' 1.00 ' ' '' 50c ' Gunmetal, Tan and Patent Boys shirts up to 25c for Pumps up to $3.50 Sale Price MEN SHIRTS -- 25c $1.00 98c Sale Price $1.98 FOOTWEAR for MEN Oxfords worth up to $3.50 HOSIERY Ladies 10c hose ' 15c ' . ' Sale Price $, 9B . OX-FORDS;o- ' i 25c 50c " BOYS' SUITS 98c Suits $2.25 4 to 8 up to 69c SALE PRICE 98c 39c Suits us to 3.00 19c SALE PRICE 98 Suits up to 5.00 SALE PRICE 2.98 7.50 6c Suits up to 10c SALE PRICE 4.98 I SALE PRICE HANDKERCHIEFS Ladies lOc SALE PRICE 79c HATS $1 hemstitched handker- Straw Hats 10c it it for chiefs up to SALE PRICE 2c a a Stetson it ' 2.00 ' 3.00 ' 1.50 50c 98c 98c 1.98 ' t 19c 3.50 ' $J 39c 79c MATTINGS 2.98 . Sale Price , Men's 10c sox for" ALL WALKOVER ' 15c ' $4.00 ' pto $2,98 ' ' 25c 50c ' ' ' We have one big lot All Matting and Rugs wili be We have a big lot of 5c of Boys long pant on sale at 9c hats that will be on sale suits to be sold very 17c 25, per ct. Discount at reduced prices. 39c cheap. This Sale cannot but help stir the community from end'to end; for this age has never contributed a commercial-event merchandise, consisting of Dry Goods, Notions of such importance. $10,000.00 worth of rfew, and Wearing Apparel lor Men, Boys and Children, 'Clothing, Shoes, Kats Shirts, Neckwear. Underwear Suit Cases up-to-da- te iV1. .i Money Will Be Mighty During This Sale Sale Closes W fhoof SIIIT0N ' r-. NvfA - -- ...:,..,,-'.. . 'iirri v spwfp iMIJH )fT 'M J 'tlHA' a 1-- McBEE . feVBkl v IJf 1 A Make Us Headquarters while at the Fair Aug. 7 8 9 ''. '?? rti &MsPr' 'er' M T -. . y ' ". V - ' ..- - ' '. J ". i'T '" ! lK'.aSIM 15 CUT GLQSEJ x - . iVlVVv" L" J ,' " '& ' ' J . 'T j.