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Mount Vernon signal: December 6, 1912 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1912 mou1912120601_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: December 6, 1912 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. I 1 r ' Published Every Friday VOLUME XXVI. MT. VERNON, 5IIT IMiliHMaHHHHHMHMHkJanHHHMHMMaMHBHiilHHa Established 887 1 ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KYM FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6. 1912. NUMBER 11 Special jTW -- A-XjJii 5$ 1 8J STANFORD up-to-da- te IU I and we show this season's newest ideas in 3Q!H39 kJJIUSiCiO! bKaaA.aBHtMaMuiMMaMMMi 1M,B-- ,i are ioffering some big reductions on Ladies' High-clas- s wearing apparel. This is a very department f ? Ciiv3Lo LADIES' AND. CHILDREN'S RAINCOATS Our usual December Reduction Sale begins THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5th ,",","'-"H,-,"ii-"1 . ptertfr cv &,r p. $n . k? r. ILy m mwnti &$i:m vts: 333 . cj, ssrkt: kJEVH CJa b tiJL wm? ' aii&jBU CHILDREN'S CLOAKS mmmjmam"iivmmmmmamMamKmmmmmmmmmmmmKmaammmimam & Nothing in this stock reserved from the cheapest to the finest Coats and Suits, at one-four- th of the regular price DRESSES Pretty Serge Dresses in Navy Blue & Brown We show a big Line of SUITSfine Fancy Suits at one-four- th COATS Serge and at $3.75, $6.50; $7.50 Dresses that sell regularly for . We show all the new material and styles in $12.50 to $30.00 We will allow you to take off the price of any of these. Black, Scotch Mixtures, Plush and Caracule. $5,00, $10.00 & $12.50 Beautiful Messoline Silk Dresses, worth up to Lot of carried over suits, good styles, $5.00 to $35.00 is the regular price. off You can take one-four- th $20.00 at $10.00. Don't miss this opportunity to buy these elegant goods at cut prices. wait in. the new return at 10:45. steam-heate- d, electric-lighte- $7.50 the prices. d You can come down on the early morning train, arriving here about 5 o'clock, depot until store is opened about 7:30. Save enough to pay railroad fare and a snug sum besides and . QHl? O ET? ANCE ELDOM STANFORD, UKOUHEAD. I ! K Y. ROOKFORD. Mrs. Larlrin Hicks. Mrs. J. M. Here s Your Chance to Pick Up Big Values for Little M oney Owens was in Mt. Veruon last Friday having some dental work Miss Elizabeth Gentry was done. Mrs. Orval Sampson has down from Mt. Vernon, a few 'returned to her home at Rush- days last week. Misses Lela Al-- 1 ville, Ind. Homer Wallin was in Mrs. J. W. bright and Hazel Reynolds spent town Wednesday. visiting in do you get as good a' chance to Thanksgiving with Mt.homefolks, Tate was week. Wm. Crab Brumette Vernon, chard last returned to sale Monday. Miss Eva Albright was bought a house and lot from O. save on your Winter Clothing, as this offers. There will be plenty of cold weather yet, over from Pongo, from Wednes K. Lawrence for 300 , one from day until Suuday. Mis. H. L. C. C. Howell for 200., and a vaand you'll need things to wear right along. Why not buy Tharp and children spent Thanks- cant lot from Robert Paragin ior them now ? giving with their daughter and $75. This property is located west of the fair grounds. Mrs. sister, Mrs. R. B. Albright. It's the same fresh, new, seasonable, Miss Myrtle Murray of Crab Or- - John Robins is in Pineville for a merchandise we've been selling all season. You'll chard, was the guest of Mr. and few days. John Evans was at be surprised to, find such splendid values in Men's Clothes, home the first of the week. Mrs. W. J. Owens, ks. week. priced so low. A few of them are mentioned ludow. Look day Gloyd, the sixteen-ye-- r old sun Miss Clyde Watson spent the thiough them. See what you save. Then make up youi mind Sunday with her sister, Mrs. F. of David Webb, died last Friday to come here the first day of the sale. d L. Durham at Mt. Veruon. J.N. of pneumonia. He had been to his bed for several weeks Marlow and G. C. Brooks spent a If you want good, dependable clothes at'a !:g iving few days this week, with home-folk- with typhoid, and a few days be take advantage of this sale. Miss Tempest Ward of fore his death developed pneu Tunnell Hill, was with her monia. Mr. Webb, his wife, two parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ward sons and a daughter have all had Miss Ju- typhoid in the few weeks. days Your Clothcraft Clothes at Reduced Prices. a fewMcCalllast week to her home The family have last sympathy of th returned dith atMaretburg, after spending a; the entire community. Mrs. A VfOU can use a new Clothcraft Suit or Overcoat to good few days with her sister, Mrs. J. T. Pike has been at thtbed side of advantage Wet it now. It won't cost much. Any Carrie Bcyd. her father, Mr. Nelson Griffin, blues, grays, browns, tan, and J. Albright. Miss pattern of cloth you want, in the Star Route mail earner, from at Maretburg, who is not ex- fancy mixtures. Enough here to insure a comfortable, easy Hiatt is very sick - Mr. and Mrs peciea to live out mew UIS?pleasing fit. Cnarlie Pike, of Corbin, spent a DVIU LU Ul WI'O Ul RUUCil "1W, They're the most remarkable values we've ever offered, few days with Rev. and Mrs. A. last Sunday, a fine boy. Rememand they won't last lonff at these prices. Although under J. Bike last week. Miss Pearl ber the appointment of the Re,v. priced, they are guaianteed as usual to be all wool, to hold Pyree is visiting in Maywood, R. B Baker, Wednesday, Decemshape, and give satisfactory wear tnd service. Better pick this week. C. C Howell was ber 11th, at the Ohristiau Church. yours out now . down from Livingston, Tuesday Mrs. J. J. Aland Wednesday COULD SHOUT FOR JOY. son are visiting bright and little "I wanted to thank you from hometblks at" Maretburg this Suits up to $22.50 for my heart," week. Little Lewis Hunt is up rhe bottom of Lewisburg, wrote C. W. Va., Rader, of from Crab Orchard, with his little B. the wonderful double benefit I "for Henry Brooks. Mrs. got from Electric Bitters, in curing Suits up to 13.50 for cousin e Marv Albright has returned home me of both a severe case of trouble and of rheumatTsmi aft r spending a few days "with Suits , Or-the- Rev. Childress filled bis regular v guaranteed-to-give-satisfactio- n ! ; con-line- s. -- . .! . ? tf JT - $12.98 appointment at Macedonia churchj Saturday and Sun jav. ?Irs. Mary Vaughn of near Boone, who has been sick for some time, is no better at this "Writing Miss Bessie McWhorterwas visiting the family of W. H. Stephens, from Friday Sunday until evening. Miss Virgie Payne and Miss Diuksey Lake, visited Mrs. W. H Stephen one night Jast week. Mr. Dee Young aud family of Kansas City, have been visiting friends and relatives, in this part. Jas. Martin of Lancaster, is visiting relatives at this place. C. L. Martin visited his sister Mrs, T. M. Ogg Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. J. D. Thomas and Miss Ophelia Anglin, both of this place, were married at the home of Rev. T, W. Lambert last Thursday. We hope their pleasure will he as deep as the ocean and their troubles s TI i light as its foam. J. A. Grimes -' i uiouanuE iu uuna a uweiiine 1 A.L. f lrT uuuac, uu uis imm ub uuuQl. IUIO ., ijL ' J. C. Guinn. near Scaffold Cane Church. Mrs. .1. W. ' Mrnn.lfim i t u and son were in Berea vloU nn Kci,C, Mrs?Efogse : ton of Harts, died Tuesday of con-sumption, and burried was & Wednesday in the Berea cemetery. Mr. Henry Abaey and wife, ot Disputauta, were in Berea, one day last week, on business. We had snow enough Sunday to cover the ground but soon went away; guess that was warning us to get ready -- 1 1 A lt i . H i". -- " 9.98 o for winter. up to J2.50 for 7.98 u$,5 at Middlesboro. - "Mrs. J. Tv Lawience A few prices that will start die ball-t- rolling. trains Tttlsday from Gum was up Between Sulphur She spent the SUTTON & MgBEB 2. wjmw& 0k , fa e pp aer The Clothcraft Stfiff 'tStftea. -- ji v day with'MrJ. Ellen Nfahaffey, who is very "sick. Mrs. C. C. HoweU:wasvisiting in Livingston M is s Minnie?HUtt las t vweek, "AJfWednesday for a lef weSks visit mqhJBfln-dfSiMr. V i ir fill ti nr .( w .?(. .TIKI.' '&' a.V iM wm.7 .hnt ').fiii"Ji- ,. - - t TV ' 2 P& Ll' f V" 5 Kiff 1 i X "- H If v.,V i -- .. ii.&&. " vfc HJ2R &KMJSZZR . r ' -M rtl A M itw tu,K.rjiiJ,t?iU' jiaMwi - i, W.r nfe- "& ;V ' v MKfrizi&m0mnrt' -- i. -- r . ,y- - r ""&Mmi'jmmmtr; &, tgaiixwM nmmv V.. XctuyrrLi-i7- i imrei i A.r.w fria iiiiiii t MiJ&msamya& : :: W&&M ' imii in wnKiwgB.v kwwwfiw w ' ' k VV t " lw,: ht-, J.4. T were, id aroni trbisw qy mvxH ' , t'Wildie.BA. :. vcviand MMflMm - Jte: " w... - iai. ' W rs - m )- il" mFi r FOILS A FOUL PLOT. befrom which I had been an almost :,When a shameful plot exists tween liver aud bowls to cause dis- Vf Iia11cicc; cnfforol inr tan vairc .J,0 act; tae made case a. though suited Lile Pills, and end such fXr Kor gestion, jaundice, and to rid the ab8beo(your system. The gently cotpel right action of stomach, system of kidney poisons that liver awj Electric bit- healtk,Wl bowls, and restore your cause rheumatism. all good feelings. 25 cts. ters have no equal. Try them, atCbM.a Davis'. Every bottle is guaranteed to sat isfy. Only 50 cts at Chas. U.Davis . would just tell how -- stom-ach- J, ac. Df-,.,- c indi-fK!SM- 1, j gvw-- - Mtd wTJWxtei -- :' . i' Si'i !'! ti " wmwj n v happy l am sre I Monday would try;my to do it." Yon think Minn ir MllHit, rNoi you 'woaloVt. iSS t Rabbil-- iiiioidc!is & sin" ,f . conw Ka-krfy- ae I ;a'" (' MWmm .wV?mm' . iV' WW - . 1 'Aku(v Jil y& .JSEHaafeJIwIia j.i , lr v i?J; ,r"56j ,l 1 'sHpr !r - zjn " A MT. VERNON SIGNAL Fr iday, Dec. 6, 1912 ' - 1 .. ' y . t -' S& Svx ' sip iff "' I, til ' .""' !! MOM VnmHwmtmw m ,t Dr. Joyner was called Monday mentioned as tne prospective post- BRODHEAD master ot Lexington. We hope1 seeU. F. Mulhns.our traroUng" C. C. Hurt W. A. Robins who has been very . that he can land it. No better for the past ten days, and sick B A. Yadeu aho Arch Haes Published every Friday by postmaster could be found nor while on his trip was called in to! u p,r,i.ie J. M. Roberts .. democrat who more truly deserves see .Kstill and Lillie, oldest son j TT' . EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. 'm MaUm J. D. Martin such recogniiion He has fought and tjuuijhter of j H. Mullins, !l Ed Burtou Allen Hiatt been .sick lor for years for the party he loves so who has Wise K'nt.o Pinnaseveral flJLVS. uanr. J. W. Kincer E. L. Osborne $I.OO well without thought of reward or,from pridav unt..i cM1iri!,v ;fh O. R Cass UBSCRIPTION ONE XAR Maurice Proctor office. Home t Iks at Level Green. Wallace Haggard Evert Watson Messrs Victor Price and Ennnett T. H. Likins Advertising rates made known on The total vote in the presidential Anderson were in Mt. Vernon on J. B. Fike J D$ Bike election in Kentucky was 406,698, business, Saturday. Miss Pear R. Owens application E, W. Tharp Anderson is visiting her grand- - Byron (Jweus and there are 603,454 males over mother, Mrs. E. Mullins, this M. Francisco R. Pike twenty-on- e years age in the State. this week. Messrs Otto and Charley Pike This mears that nearly 150 000 -uinej imiwii, 01 j.eveL ijreen, SrSMBER OF men who are old enough to vote visited relatives here last wtek. wildie KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION Geo. Allen, of Robioet, has moved W. H. Branaman L. T. Stewart did not go to the polls. his family to j H Mullins' larm. H. Branaman R E. Phillips President 1 aft is having his - -- J. M. Roberts has bought him j. . n French T Phillips revenge on those who supported a saw and grist mill and hBS Branaman W. S. Branaman Mrs Roosevelt, but the men he is oust- moved it to this place. .sudie Durham, who has been very Richard Branaman. ing soon will have the pleasure of sick lor the past month is impiov-- , PINE HIIX watching the President go out in- ing slowly. Misses Susie and to the cold, cold word. W.F.Foster Leona Auderson spent Sunday H. Cope night with their cousin, Mary F. McFerron bookworm campaign in L. Doan . .he Kentucky is developing some surBeckham is. Kentucky's choice and Eliga Mullins Wander what Alex Ruthford prising results. As the investiga- for Senator to succeed Bradley. has become of the Level Green j. A. McFe.ron, Hansford, Ky. tion has progressed it has shown correspondent as I see no letter from there of late. Would be gUd Jess,e F,Sh' Hlatt' Ky' the presence of hookworm in every practically Mt. Vernon Graded School. she would write more often section of the State and Mr Jas- Anderson, Withers, Ky. every county. To be spein " and Mrs. Lafayette Lewis, are Ed Owens, " cific, it is kuowu to exist m 102 The third month of out school visiting relatives near Berea this TIT,W 'v counties, and there is no reason to closes Friday, the 22nd of Novem- week. j. H. and F E. Mullins eo Seals W. L. Overbay doubt its presence in the remain- ber. The following pupils were are doi-ia very good businessbuying and shipping spokes. G. C. lohnson ing eighteen. Dooley UhiJdruts eniolled during the month: Grace In the oast three weeks a cam Griffin. William Wallen, Hat ie The" hog crop is very scarce in Geo M ChildressB. B. Taylor paign has heed carried on in two Thompson, Dave Ramsey William this part this year. Most every-Livingston of the magisterial districts of Taylor, lone Smith, Herbert Wal- body that has any to kill has killed which Louisville len. Homer Wallen, Milton Miller, them, as cholera has been killing L. H. Davis coucty, in J. H. Hauan is situated. Incidentally, the mi- Hazel Miller, Floyd Ramssy. The some. S. E. Carter T. C. Welch croscopic examinations have cov total enrollment is now two hun T. Bryant W.T. McCullough ered every section of the county, drsd seventy-nine- , Our aim is to C. Bryant Harvey Geutry HUNTING 'LICENSE ISSUED. the results indicating that ?o per reach three hundred twenty-five- . Abe Wolf H. Jenkins cent of the population is affected The talks by our townspeople on For the state at large the percent- Mondays in chapel are good aud J. Newcomb R. W. Schroder MT. VERNON. age is higher and in at least one much enjoyed by all the pupils. Joe A Renner C. J. Rrice S. Diekersou J. L. Rash county where an extended cam- Superintendent Kincer will visit W. T. Davis S. Hellard R. B. Mullins P. M. Dees paign has been made, iul'-- half the us and speak iu chapel Monday. C. H. Mullins D. L Lindsey S. F. Bowman" J. Whitaker pooulation was found to be afflicted We would be glad to have the par W. B. Rarabo W. H. Joiner with the parasite. The people of euts visit the rooms and hear these S. 3. McKenzie J. I. Lawrence Kentucky need to wake up to the splendid talks. Come Gard Hansel Austine Chasteen out Mouday importance of the hookworm and hear Supt. Kincer, Paris SoA'der J. W. Renner proposition. QUITE A SURPRISE TO There were pupils A. G Bartlett C. A. Davis who were neither tardy nor ab ENEkGETIC LOVERS Congressman Harvey Helm sent during he third month. Par James Rickles Will Langlord Acy Pitman W. A. McKenzie has taken the position that he is ents, let s make this number one Cloud Smith A. D. Ramsev See that amply able to find a good post- hundred this mouth. yuite a complicated surprise your children start toschoolon time F. L. Thompson F. S.' Mvtr master in each town in bis district, awj'ited two very prominent young each morning? W. H. Miller Lewis Miller and will not try to dodge the issue ; men of Corbin, Ky., on ihcir ar There are about one hundred Geo Tinsley Bryan Perkins in any case. He naturally will en- fifty in our sewing class. All are rival at Maretburg, Sunday, to pn G. S. Watson O. H Crawfoi d deavor to take care of those who mnch interested in this woric. their respects to a couple of very J. Clontz G. W. Proctor have been his friends, distributing Most all the large boys have their popular young ladies at that piact Miss Ella Francis the "pie"' as best he can and in the needles and thread ready at home F. Brudley It appears for the sewing class. C, C. Davis J. E. Thompson young ladies t'at previously the fairest way possible, As the only had made arrange The following pupils were on the H. J. Cox J. W. Gaskins democratic congressman in the honor roll for the month: Martha ments to kill two birds with one G. Jones Sam Bradley southeastern end ot the state, bis French and Stella Baker. stone" by extending an invitation Ed Deathera'ge J. S. Irvine endorsement is going to be a valuto two other young men of LebW. H. Fish; able asset to .any anon Jet. The arrmgement howLEVEL GREEN. Malen Kirby, of Burr Ky. They are coming thick aud fast ever was calculaied in the most 'Prof, James Ping was very sick Jeff Robert-'- , Conway, Ky. after him, bnt he is proving himminute detail as to ths arrival and self competent to handle a difficult last week. His wife had charge J W. Bradley, BIoss Ky. departure of each "pair" of L. R. Cummins, Gum Sulphur Ky situation with the utmost tact and of his schod while he was out. lovers respectively the Dr, and Mrs. H. H. Isaacs and Edgar Brown, Quail. Ky. diplomacy. Those who have been Lebanon Jet. boys to depart on his friends may rest assured he children visited relatives at Wood- W. H Sexton, Spiro, Ky. the train '.he Corbin boys were Grider Barnett, Ottawa, Ky. stock, Saturday and Sundays. will not forget them. to have arrived, as in this case. Miss Kate Price, who is teaching Sam Lambert, Boone, Ky. "The well laid plans of mice and Johnetta, Ky. AposiTivEcure for consumption at White Oak, was with her J. W. Lee, " men oft The Cor " " Jones Anglin, f mother from Friday until Sun has been discovered, by Dr. bin bovs arriving aieadofsc-edul- t Berliu, Germany. It is a day. Edd Brown spent Saturday leaelgreen not aware of the foregoing arrangeserum culture, from turtles and it night with his sister, Mrs. Eugene T. S. Todd H. H. Isaacs ments, in Brodhead, Saturday night is said one injection of the serum McWilliams at Bee Lick.-Gr- ant from a hypodermic needle is Thompson, of Mt. Vernon, was usually sufficient to effect a cure. in his" part first of the week and Dr. Friedman has cured several purchased a tine cow and calf J II:: ? iiitz111tit:ttt 111 : . ij;; hundred cases, in past two years from his brother, J. L. Thompand has been delaying the an- son. Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Shutts nouncement of his discovery to spent Sunday with Mrs. M. E. positively demonstrate, by time, Price. Messrs. John and Marion He Fields, and a Mr. Sampson, of ( the effectiveness of the cure. is now satisfied, bis claims are Maywood, spent a part of last justified by the results obtained, week in this neighborhood hunt. Atty R L. Brown and and the world will soon get the ing. Now is the Time to buy your toilet benefiit of this great discovery. Mrs. Georgia Swain, of Somerthis cure will reach set, were the guests of Mrs J. N. It is prob-ibl.. articles of all kinds as COLGATE Brown last Sunday. Mr- - and America within next sixty days. Mrs. O. J. Mullins and iittle son, & COMPANY has given him special visited relatives at Plato last week. This from a Kepublican news-pipe- r: instructions how to show a complete Miss Martha Johns was in Mt. l'ne of ready-to-us- e toilet articles to The J: est Democratic recipe for Vornon last Saturday shopping. Miss Lou Thompson, of Wal living: "Give reducing .'ie cost of the most scrutinizing customers. nut Grove, spent Monday with us back those 50,000 fourth-clas- s her cousins, Misses Maude and post-officJala. Eli Sayter and children, of PHONE 39 The Burlington Free Press says Waynesburg, are spending a few .. that Vermont is now "so doubtful" days with Mrs. Dahlia Shell Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Brown and that neither political party can afford to ciolate its campaign premi-&e- s. daughter. Miss Relma Mr. and .. Fortunate Vermont. Intel- Mrs. W. H. Brown and daughter, MT. VERNON, KY. Miss Ora, spent Thanksgiving .. ligent Vermonters. ! Col. W. V. Walton, former of the Interior Journal is being WITHERS G. E. Price S. Thompson R. H. Brown Henry Todd H9BB0Ci Palling up at the Hotel to be on hand tarly Sunday morning to loi-a- l make a day ot it instead of a mere ..vu.o .uiaiu aunuav morning and learning the tacts of the .- - m m caseinpoiut, am! being a com- bitive turn of mind, they were not to be stalled in such a manner. Stcureing a .ig trom the Inn Keeper they began an exciting race to Maretburg endeavoring to tJ Birds el I wagons I j j w. arrive there aluad f train No 23, bearing their rivals. The feat was accomplished. They were ecstatic with joy. The girls were very glad to see them, but "PAPA WAS COOL ' havijg killed ' the fatted calf for the Lebanon Jet. boys. It appears that he figured; became COOLER, then figured mat coroin noys dm not eat, nnd we may add tney did not EAT in 'his case Although they ay-until 5 r. M. when they departed ' for Brodhead FAMISHKD b t victorieus. They reported havmr-- i, . Ind a very pleasant day. ! d ! r SOLD BY JOE NOE North Main Street Reporter DRIVKS OFF A TERROli. The chief executioner of deah i the winter and spring months s pneumonia. Its adv nci : gent are colds aiid grip. In an u tack j by one of these maladie-- . no tim. should be lost in taking the best medicine obtainoble to drive it off. Countlesg thousands have found his to be D Kind's New Discovery. "My husband believes it ha kept him from having pneumonia three or four times, ' writes Mrs. Georjre W Place, Rawsoville, Vt , "and for coughs colds and croup we have never found its equal " Guinmteed tor all bronchial affections. Price 50 cts. and $1 on Trial bottle 'ree atChas C. Davis'. 1 ! - g - 1 Jef-fer:o- n I - Our Aims The constant aim of the officers :intl employes of this bank are: TO PROMOTE the interests of customers .just as they endeavor to promote those of the bank : TO DR ALL THEY CAN to make the dealings of depositors agreeable and profitable to them : j ! I I y Kor'your spare time Experience not need- ed. Want an active man In this locality. To Introduce us to your friends. We pay largest cash benefits when sick. Injured, and at death, for smallest cost. and offer to first applicant from this place. Write quick for particulars. Free-Insuran- ce $50.00 TO ? 100.00 A MONTH TO CONTRIBUTE the conservative to their enterprises fore- sight and timely counsel which a strong bsnk can properly bestow ; Cash-Bon- THE PEOPLES BANK "HZIBANKWITH US THE -U 835, Covington. Ky. office-seeke- FAMOUS STAGE BEAUTIES look with horror on Slrtn Erup tions. Blotches, Sores or Pimple. They don't have them, nor will inyoue, who uses Bucklen's Arnica Salve. It glorifies the faee. Eczema or Salt Rheum vanish before it. It cures sore lips, chapped hands, chilblains: heals burns, cuts nnd bruises. Unequalled for piles. Onlv 25 cts. at Chas. C Dais'. TJ. G. BAKER, President. J.P.E. DRUM.MOND, Vice.-Pre- s. F.L.THOMPSONJr., Cashier. CLAUDE C COX.Ass't. Casi r. ro-mat- J. C. MOORE Optician EXPERT WATCH MAKER &e&x&x& &,:3or$3e&3oc8S! Yes. with a pair of my perfect fit glasses All work guaranteed. COX I know you can see better & UKMINYILLL Droaneaa VJVYINCO 1 fi BROS. STORE UNDERTAKER y Ganp-a-G!ee- Fried-mon.'o- 1 IJ!I!SjJiJi;,;;;;;;i;;ii; 1 When vonr feet are wet and cold and your bod' chilled through and through from exposure, take a big dose ol Chamberlain's Cough Remedv. bathe your feet in hot water before going to bed, and von are almost certain toward off a evere cold. For sale by Chas. C. -- v COMPLETE LINE Coffins, Caskets and Robes, Mn.il Pplfiorn.nh or Tole- - W 1 iChas.C. THE Davis. phone orders Promptly Davis 1 Filled. FOR FLETCHER'S Ch.idren Cry DRUGGIST, says i O ASTO R I A IEEB7, fcjc3e3!c&ac 3ctfos3n OF e THE HOG CHOLERA SCOURGE e. Cost the hog raiser millions of dollars last yeae and nothing short of vaccination seemed to offer the slightest promise o - c ure. Prevention, however, is the logical solution of the question. Dr. Hess. (M.D . D.V.S.) has always maintained that by giving Dr. Hess fetock Tonic to tone up and strengthen every organ in'the system, to regulate the bowels, liver and kidneys, expel worms ; and also thoroughly disinfect the premises, sleeping quarter and. runs with Dr. Hess Dip and Disinfectant, would prevent an outbreak of this disease. Read what one of the big hog raisers in the country says : Also note what bulletin No. 182 of the Kanssas State College says CHAS, C. DAVIS ;. I " During 1911 our country was visited by one of the worst hog plagues ever known. We fed Dr Hess Stock Tonic, and only lost two head out of a herd of two hundred and ten." Alex. Nevius, Modes ta, 111. Col. Roosevelt says it cost him $5,000 a year in postage and telegraph toll to be It has ex-Pre- s. cost the country a great deal more to keep him one. Col. Roosevelt pessimistically believes that President-elec- t Wil- 9- - a fight. son rides that bicycle to keep his Home folks Thanksgiving. Otto leg muscles in the same condition and Charlie Brown visited their for the next race. uncle, F. E Mullins, at Mullins Station, a cew days' last week. If Mr. Bryan accepts all the Miss LottieDenney spent Friday places for which he has been men and Saturday with her cousin. tioned, there will be few slices of Miss Lizzie Hurst. Mr J B. pie left for the next administration Brown entertained a few of the to distribute. young folks last Thursday night. Thoge present were Misses Geor A good many persons go about looking for a quarrel. But com- giaaud Rose Gentry from Quail, paratively few go about looking for MtesjXlrace Griffin from Crab ahk, OijoWlMisses-Viola' with Dr.knd Mrs. G. B. Lawrence, and certainly enjoyed .& very line dinner. J. F. Hamm, ww whp has been suffering from tu- 51... berculosis for more than a year, died last Tuesday night and was buried at Mt. Pleasant, Thursday. Frof. Hiatt Mink, who is teaching Buffalo school, was with - -- Z"""?"-aaaaaaaaaaaa, .IZZ222z!: .wwwwwatWWwWCta a :i:i:z;;v.":? ij;;;.::;;: ; .... i 'wwwWWV-- 1 -- I $53,000.00 EVESYBODY'S MAQAZIINE to those who act as the local representatives ef a BEING GIVEN AWAY I " When we recall the conditions which favor the disease and the manner in which its infection takes place, it will be- - seen that feeding and caring of hog has much to do with the prevention of the Cholera. Premises shonkl be cleaned and disinfected regularly. The hogs themselves should be dipped every few weeks. Maint j,ininsr these conditions helps to keep np the vitality of the hog and in this way troublss of all kinds are warded off. To aid digestion and circulation and to prevent worms, the bulletin reeommeudb a formula of Wood charcoal, Sulphur, Salt, Sodium Bicarhonate, Sodium Sulphate, Sodium Hypodulphate and Black Antim This formula, given in tablespoonfiH doses would undoubtedly be benefical but would cost the hog raiser about Dr. Hess Stock Tonic which is vastly superior and has stood 10c per pound. Now compare this with the formula for test of 20 years. the QUAS9IA, Digestive & General Tonic. Expels Worms. NUX VOMICA. Digestive and Nerve Tonia. SULPHATE OF sODA,Laxative& acts upon theLiver. OF IRON, Blood Builder & Expels Worms SULPHATE EPSOM SALTS, Laxative, Appetizer. Expels Worms. COMMON SALT,, CHARCOAL. Prevents Noxious Gases. NTTRATE OF POTASH, Acts upon the Kidueys. FENUGREEK, Tonic and Aromatic. This preparation is compounded by Dr. Hess, (M.D., D.V.S.) and sold to you on a written guarantee and only costs 3c per month for the average hog. The definition of the ingredients are taken from the United States Dispensatory and noted medical authorities. Feed your hogs to prevont disease and expel worms. about preventing Hog holera: Kate h ' DeBord,fr..Harve and Ed Brown, -- Let us show you how you can simply by forward intr the -0your friends tnd neighbors and collecting the renewals of our present subscribers.' Try for THIS month's prices, Thereuire lots of prizas that can,be,wfl3i(y by persons living In tOyni6"niizQ as your own. V and THE DELINEATOR all in addition to liberal commissions. Secure a Snare 1 3r one of the foremost coal tar, creosote disinfectants known. Also dip your hogs with this solution when the weather will permit, and you will have no loss from disease. Hess Stock Tonic Dr, Hess Dip and Disinfectant Dr. 25 lb Pail Sprinkle the runs and sleeping quarters with a solution of 3 t vt . em. h. & A rooster, is like A 'wftitw'tbe Sherattr Thompson and Swanee U Bl ictthat be crews & grMtcteal. H MtZ. - v V -xt J3 :U -- 1 "i 1 JBixiuiS- v , i-- twi j L,j.nuAAjnmmtF Weissr : J jSSS 4v .1. . r 'a!1 -, ,- -i -, j .H. T M. i JONAS McKENZIE, deler A- - $1.b. loo lbs S3. 00 MT. VERNON, KY - i .1..,)"-1- )- -V ;fT rl f - : lV T O-- MT. VERNON SIGNAL Mt. Vernon, Ky., Dec. 6, 1912 TTf Mrs. Henry Smith ot Orlando, visited Mrs. Dr. Lasw II and Mrs"1 W. A. B. Davis, this week. """' 1ritiZ3MBBBBE!HBHnHBHHHHHHBHHHj9BHHHHHHHB?; 'MOOHHHMnHiHSaBBHnHBKBiHHBr? WC 'hen 9;:Mte wilh SIGNAL wunttoCommunl- C 5D Neal Parrett, the contractor, is well up in his contracts. la now at work with his forces on the Miller store houses. Dr. D. B. Southard was here from Stanford, Wednesday, and also at Maretburg to see Uncle Nelse Griffin, who has been ser- 8 &x&xx 3$d38 I VALUE CHRISTMAS . " 1- it iously ill. Mrs. W. J. Sparks, W. Brown aud Miss Matt Williams TIME TABLE. will be hostess at the social meeting 4.46 p m 22 uortn of the Women's Club at Masonic 24 nortn 3:53 am Hall this evening, December 6th. 23 south 11:38 a id 21 South LOCAL 12:19 am Louisville 4. Nashville R.R.Co. .. as well as the r vmistinas spirit oi givm it's so much better for vou not to wait tt ' tin FOR MEN and WOMfN, 30YS and GIRLSn K&BmsMmmssL s? -- Zgrarr.it4-gra vi lr lo Pi WE ARE Things that are USEFUL ami therefore APPROPRIATE things that represent PULL Every department in this store is full of such things; all ready for you ; and 1st minute, but to ill DIV a Tts 1 j WhilA wlvvhv s&a r i uiii 7 wwi niv f!0w .Qtnrkc Jas. Landrum, Agent. Phone No. 8. Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice mail matter. as second-clas- s Neckwear silks; in white and delicate shades; also solid tints with harmonizing figures & stripes; plain-weave Hand Bags IN ! 1 This is an exceptionally AVe make a specialty of Knitted or Accordion-weav- e good time to buy Hand list. Friz Kruger and spectacle-fittin- g fitting men who are hard Tie; in solid colors, Bags ; the frames are Victor O. Tate is ou the sick list scientifically done at Franklin's to please. Our racks an cross stripes and Persian equal to those used in this weeh. new :hop. filled with some of the ggeffects; at 5QC ad'3t Sash Pins, Veil Pins, mounting bajjs selling: Elizabeth Furnish had memFinest Suits and ()er-cout- s Broeches and Rings of A free box of matches to every up to $5. These are in croup. branous COMBINATION SETS-silfor men and young customer at "Mikes place" for an Kinas for the Ladies the latest fall shapes. Headquarters and it's a Gentry has almost next few davs. Miss Sallie tie and silk hose, or men that we have ever for They have full leather pleasure to us to show you fully recovered from a long seige tie, hose and handkerbeen able to oifer at the lining, poskets and Get your Rain Coats, Slickers, what we have. They chief to match; in holiday of sickness. prices purse. Rubbers and Rubber Boots at Christmas range from boxes; 50c tQ $J,5Q is rushine up Fish's and keep dry these rainy S. T. Proctor buildings at Livingston. Steve is days. 50c to $5 to 50c and to a noted hustler. BALL-BANPish sells the famous Mrs. R. E. Thompson of Crab Rubber Boots and OverOrchard, is the gaest of her mother shoes and they are all guaranteed Mrs. Wm. Poynter. 'WUNDERHOSE'' first quality goods. All For the whole family; all Miss Edith Moore of Hiatt, wp s Chas. C- - Davis new bungalow, colors; put up 4 pairs in a with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Moore, on Richmand street, is receiving box and guaranteed 4 Saturday and Sunday. OVERSHOES EELTB00TS, its finishing touches and will soon months. Mr. and Mrs. Will Kruger were RUBBERBOOTS h be ready for occupancy. here from Livingston Sunday, with $1 a Box BUBBERSorAix KINDS Game Warden J. J. Lawrence Mr. aud Mrs. F. Kruger. rm s afffc '' r'im-'- i ' hi wrrrTTraoa. "' and deputies have an eye on the spent Phoenix Katie Parscns Silk Miss MAIL ORDERS always filled with belt values. On mail Thanksgiving wtih Mr. and Mrs. situation and those who break the 1$ 4 pairs guaranteed 3 mouths ., ma.OTinnBin law had better " look a leedle aud " wvoaigrAwnna John Treadway at Pine Hill. orders over $5 WE PAY EXPRESS ANYWHERE. Jake Payne brougt in a monster Dr. D. B. Southards was down Tuesday, and says 'possum to the writer first of the from Stanford week. This is the fourth one You can save fioni $3 to $S and he likes his new location fine. Q1' Cull was flung b a mule and Iails and ties were in a safe con-- J over. "We can never more see her One Ioj'c and try on will conthats been roasted up with sweet buy guaranteed clothing: for the sustained a fracture ot the jug. Miss Julia Clark, teacher, of the dition, and if any thing wa? out of on eirth, out We can go to her and vince ou that Fish's Guaranteed order to repair it without delay. those of her brothers and sisters Clothes are the clothes for you. Graded School Faculty was with 'taters in our stove this season. next thirty days at Sutton & McBee. Go to "Mikes" place for all kinds to mourn her loss Everyone of them were "just as In order to accomplish his duty that T3 left dear children, to pre-I friends in Paris Thanksgiving. Big valnes in ladies' aud chi- Christmas candies want yoj, my and fancy as possoms" and on2 or two a Miss Clyde Watson of B odhend he had to keep his eyes constantly pare to meet dear little Martha ldren's cloaks. Just received a new g oceries. Jndge Li. W. Bethurum and Dr. fat little but fatter. was with Mr and Mrs. F. L. on the track, watching for broken that has gone. Dear childrea, lot. Sutton & McBee. Walker Owens, were in London The crushers have been somewhen the time comes, which, at Durham between trains Sundaj . U. G., a uew society, has S. P. bolts or broken rails,.. Tuesdey, a few hours on business. Get fitted with spectacles at what delayed in work, on account and the record shows that during: most, win not be long, when we been inagnrated in the East and is a present of one Make you-se- lf Miss Frances Forbes spent a Franklin's new shop, so you can of scarcity of cars. up this earthly pilgrimthe thiriv two years there was not must give we will be prepared spreading over the country. The inspect vour of those big wide bill winter Caps, of last week, with Miss portion age, that to Christmas presents ' Half bushel size, cob pipes at a sinRie senous accident due. to a meet little Alartna, for we shall at Fish's, 25c, 50c and 1. Some Louana Whitehead at "White- name is the "Society tor the Pre- given and received. adv3t vention of Useless Giving. Well, Mikes P'ace." Get one for track defect over which he walked- - know each other there when the swell styles and patterns. haven." cut-priBig sale on men's The total n"mer of miles walked t me comes that we will have to many localfties where there are Christmas. Fill it once a week. Miss Mattie B. Sparks was home Every family has need of a good, clothing for thirty days. We are bv uncle John in he . performance leave this mundaue sphere, when such a society is not needed and ; from Danville, for Thanksgiving, , we can do as little Martha did. reliab'e liniment. ,, bride Atter a TZ cooks on a chafine UI "1S For sprflim-- , .. going to move aud must sell every would be "Use'ess" itself. QUy ounng tnese tnirty two When I raised her up in her bed bruises, soreness of the and rheu,. where she is attending Caldwell dish for a while cuic uuany ones vpnrc iB ... Ort- single suit. Sutton & McBee. l t, CIUU. U3 1CLCIVCU and gave ner last sup of water matic pains there is none betier On account of the serious illness "ft. College. cooking ou a stove; finds it ,s average of ""Oi yr.25 a day, which in the little thing looked at me and than ChamberHn's. Sold by Little Stella Baker, who was cue of our little one, the editor has handier and works just as well Ben Langford and his mother, thirty two years amounted to $14, clasped her hands and looked Chas. C Davis. of the two on the honor roll at the who is the widow of the late Pink not been able to give scarcely a graded school last month, has been The Royal Arch chapter will 600.00, which would make his, heavenward. May we so live that when the last hour shall come, We 'LAUGH AND THE WORLD LAUGHS Langford, are here from Illinois, moments time to this week's issue, ot the Signal. It was edited en- suffering with a protracted attack have a called meeting, at their Hall mileage Day a little more than can close our hands and say, "All YOU. WEEP AND YOU WEEP visiting relatives. in Mt. Vernon, on Monday Dec. cents a mile. About five ea is well. '' Those words she sang ; tirely by onr good friends, Messrs ot whooping cough. ALONE" Miss Robertson the Kindergarten 16th. Work in all four degrees; ago he was relieved from the du. her Song, James Maret and W. H. Fish, and MUSICAL. teacher, at Langdon Memorial BIFF! BIFF! BIFF, the Great I heard of a city called Heaven; . to them we are deeply indebted Remember the musical program beginning at 2 p. m. Each mem- of trac walker, and placed in the I started to make it my home Scbo 1, spent Thanksgiving at her American Magazine nf Fnn is for such b gracious act of kindness at the Graded School, Dec. 13th ber attending the banquet, follow- yard to see that every thing was Our little Martha followed in the home in Louisville. thRn Everybody should hear this. Ad ing, is expected to bring his wife kept in proper condition about the thoughtful mood, whose heart was makinreatcr strMes A few telephone users have Mrs. E B. Cox has been with other magazine before the Ameridepot, and where he remained filled with love to God : sister or sweetheart mission 10 cents. adv-i- t her mother Mrs. A. H. McFerron; heeded the directions and advice, until placed'on pension. No man. A precious one from us has gone; can public today. It is a magaAt Cuero, Texas on Nov. 26th. in our towti has as manv friends as. Letters highly commending the A voice we loved is stilled; Breezv Hill, who has been very given by our local telephone manzine that wi'l keep the whole fami- at ager through the columns of this management of the Langdon Me was held a "turkey trot." They unde john had and every body-drov- A place is vacant in our home ly in a good humor. The staff of sick lor two weeks. Which can never be filled, paper, and on directories, printed morial School, under the manage through the the city a flock ! that knew him was his friend. He Bifi contains the greatest artists, ' G M. Ballard is with his sister, adv Mrs. Rettie Griffin caricaturists, criti-- s and editors on Mrs. Roy. E. Rader who is very slips, etc. Other seem to be like raent of Miss Rose McCord, have of 18,000 gobblers and hens, head - jwasan earnest believer in the exchanged between some of ea Dy Drass Danos, tne governor Catholic taith and was solendid on the continent. It is highly low, at the home of her mother in Callins''sheep, "have a head of been their own," but fail to utilize it our citizens and the promoters of of the state and many notable citizen. He leaves his wife, annt printed in many the Big Hill section. "I had been troubled with con- illustrated and cit'zens of Texas. The flOCk WaS Msirv. nnA snmp ora-nr- l nUlllran ot.fl stipation for two years and tried colors. properly in their use of that much the school, in the East. It will keep the whole J. A. Landrum, our railroad abuse "femspracher." When Musical at the Graded School landed at the slaughter pens, a host of friends to mourn hi i loss. all of the best physicians in Bristol family cheerful the year round. agent, who has been sick for more where 500 pickers made the feather To the union was horn six children Tenn., and they could do n )thing You can afford to spend 50c a year thru talking ring off; wait ten There will be a musical program than a month is up and around but for me." writes Thos. E. Williams, to do this. Send this clipping and I fly for some days. seconds before ringing back for j, their all 0, whom are sleepinR at the Graded School, Friday gains strength verv slow'y. Middleboro, Ky. "Two packages another call . father. Aunt Mary and all the of Chamberlain's evening, December 13th. Stomach and 50c today to The Biff Publishing Come Nelse Griffin, of Maret-burUncle BRODHEAD. 'relatives have our sympathy in Liver Tablets cured me. For Co. Dayton, Ohio, for one year's out and see the splendid progress SPECIAL SERVICES AT neighborhood, is gradually subscription. sale by Chas. C. Davis. Uncle-JohFlyun, sm old and this their bereavement. the pnpils are making in music. growing weaker 2nd if no change LIVINGSTON respectPd citizon of our little town, adv-i- t Admission. 10 cents. for the better soon, he can last but New line of Belts, for men and Airangements have been made died at his home last Thursday :i few days.-t?oys at FISH'S at 25 and 50c. special services at the Prof. Hockenbury, ot London, afternoon. He had been in declinfor a week's J. P. E. Drummonds, the Maga- Prtsbterian Church of Livingston" who is teaching music at the ing health for more thin a year, Wear FISH'S GUARANTEED zine man and Banker was up from beginning next Monday evening. graded school, is arranging an in- but was only confined to his bad CLOTHES and you'll wear the Livingston, Monday evening at a The Subject Monday evening will terestingly artistic program for the for a few days. He was laid to best your monev will buy. meeting of the Directors of The be "Patriotism and Unity in the musical which is to lake place on rest in the Cemetary near the Bip-tiPeoples Bank. CHESTNUT SHINGLES. Lord's Work " The Pastor will the evening of December 13th. Church 011 the following day. Col. John Miller, the man who deal with a practical subject every The professor is having marked He was Write me for prices on the born iu Ireland in 1845. put Rockcastle County on the map nsght during the week, and all are success and everyone is pleased with being o7 years old. He famous "Waddle" make of had been as an apple producing county, was most cordially invited to the s r this additional accomplishment. in the continuous service of the shingles. Best 'hingles made. over !rom Lancaster, yesterday vices H. H. Wood, L. & N. R. R. Co., for the past 40 LANGDON MEMORIAL. looking after his business interests adv.22-4- t Wildie, Ky. vears, and was removed from the MARRIED LICENSE ISSUED. here Miss McCord and Miss Clarkson, service only a lew months ago, and Wanted: An industrious man Mat Green, of Madison county to spant Thanksgiving vacation in placed on a pension at about half J. H. Browning was up from to represent one o' the most ex Livingston, w'th bis family Ida Mullins of Rockcastle county. Louisville. Miss Robertson was salary. for 32 years he was' L$nk nf Wnmo teniuf mnnntnnt-nrorc- ! "Wednesday, and got them ready E. D. Vance, of Laurel county at her home in Louisville for tne track-walkin the employ of the, tc move back to Livingston. Mr. to Eudccia Kincer of Rockcastle vacation. Christiue McFerron has L &N R. R. Co., and during this KemedieS s ices Extracts, Soaps II B IV 1 Toilet Articles PerfumeS stock Browning could not put up with county. not been able to return to school peuuu uc was uever vury iar irom , and Poultry Preparations in Rock batching any longer. Leslie Allen, of Rockcastle coun- yet on account of the illness of her home, yet the number of miles castle or adjoining Counties. mother. Mrs. R. V. Chapin of which he walked in the perform- - Representative During the absence of Miss Vir- ty 3 Effie Hale of same place. must furnish suitJ. J. Cash, of Rockcastle county Junction Citj , was the guest of ance of his duty would have ginia Davis from the Signal office, able rnn veyance. Large profits who sprained her ankle last week, to Flora Thompson of same place Miss Rowlee Wednesday and carried him around the globe more and a permanent position. Adonly Baking Powdermsco at Pine Hill, while viewing the ce- - James Mulling of Rockcastle Thursday. Miss Frances Forbes than five and one half times. A I dress The American Remedy Co., county, to Leno Owens, of Orlando spent part of the vacation with Miss most without missing a dnvin le ment plant, David Craig has been froraRofalGrapsCnamoflartfir Allen Hiatt, of Roch castle county Luana Whitehead. On Saturday 32 vears, Uncle John should t red filling her vacancy for the past few to Alice G. Brown. IN1 MEMORIAM. evening the girls Kwho had been a few small tools and stepped the days. during vacation gave an in railroad ties from one end of his Walter Gray and W. H. James, Last Tuesday, was December here At nine .o'clock and twenty minsection to the other. formal party to those returning. During the the expert brick layers, will soon 3rd. It was also Tuesday, Decem-winutes on Monday night, October first fifteen years of service he up their work on the Miller ,ber 3rd in 1872 just 40 years ago In a lecent Bible test the following i averaged thirteen miles a day. 14, tgis: the death angel visited high honor marks: John our home and took from us onr li 'i The walls in this : when the writer, then a buy of received torehouses. Albright, Emma Pencil, Minerva during the next Ave years he tie Manna, agea 9 years ana s house are pronounced by persons 17, left old Kentucky with his Pencil, Vesta Cornett, and Lizzie averaged fourteen miles a day. and days, vhojQx-AummstxJ?"' knowing the business, to be the father's family to live in southern in the next Morris. he had with thf;dread fdiseaser fyphoid ' best ever erected in Rockcastle. Texas, where he stayed' a few lever,: fc4un tne iotn we laia ner to walked el. j . Mr. Gray has "wrought in the years and returned to the land of restore tilatt s grave yatd by the "Mikes place" (restaurs uncle of her Aunt Lucy. It grieved quarries and was one of the experts his nativity and located in MtVer- - is on First St., next dpi to give her up, out liod in ipe uuimiug ui uic maauuit iu uuu uu August isij 1077, as raliroaa of Mt. Veruon. Drop ws pest.V. JUittle- - Martha is an Couisville. . ? andnelegrapk operator.,. meals,tfine .candies et lJl ner stmerings are nu jrt is on sick Eye-te.stin- g PERSONAL There will be preaching at the Presbyterian Church next Sunray. Franklin's new shop can furnish you a watch of any make. adv3t The last car ot brick has armed for finishing the M iller storehouses. Fine, Jewelry For the whole family: Fobs and many other desirable gifts for father, brother or your gentlemen friends. Cuff Links, Scarf Pins, FATHER NEEDS AN at German Silver Frames Overcoat And that's just . the thing to give him. Why not all "chip in" together and buy to day ? the Overcoat This store is !othin Specialists 25c to 50c BRACELETS k Overcoat $5 $18 Gifts up. D Guaranteed SOCKS $2. at $18 around " $2 a Box , ,, imxa.vw-r?rutanpQimsmTfv- the busy corner next to the Court House f fish-plate- s, 1 ce ," n..j. 1 e -- g n I st er St Baking AbsotatelyPore t-l- A Powder w ": i X r le li-fin.- m d -v S iWvears waiKian If.ohri'mrjs -- - ) - irjr if . A - fcfci j " - ? J' f i . Jh &:. t 2 r T A t t i ' --.- - v aatfl "im ,: l uw BCOT '-i "Women in middle age often coapla'j of hot ilaihes. They've at thatrs i which only'DrV cf life when their delicate or, ..usai necu a tonic rnd helping-han- d Pierce's Favorite Prescription con give them. Many women suffer needlessly from;& with bcckacheL dizzi- to ojd-ag- e girlhood to TTorocnhoeu and froa motb-rhood FLASHES. niorcir to nifiht. , n.ini'VYT -it i iiiiiiiiirnin imilnmniiiiiiwn - ifcifMiMiiriiTiiwiiirrriwiMiTTBinT)irri-ri-Trrrr--iriTTTr-i-i-riiir-rii-ri-iiyrri- li urn iin.iiuiiiniiiiiiMlM,iJ,Jn,iW), ji ikwhiki: mi llMrjWWWWf KWW"' rMMWMtlTWl HOW MIOWA , 3 -- .. srr i fsr vn iyrE Mt IU KtnlHU I He tiJK . IBUT 1Kb WAINS B!H!nn!"cmmnin(!nm!i!inininniin!!i!!iinn!mniti A atfUR IHA MUM: .:j V Irritohle and feels tired Iron: r womanly system at frequent ii.tcrva!-.- When pains and aches rack the . "v r: ;A csl your nci;lhr clout i : IblMwisiH Green's 'ScHool Beat i S a.. mSRNDN CHSKET CD. sTZk. 3 f PRACTICAL UMDERTAXERS3 FUNERAL DIRECTORS, SZ. $20,000 InvBstmenl -- Doctc-Mbs. Street, BiJUmore, Md Bays: 'I wrote yiu aUul niip nendm csv, id'.ius ft ujr condition, yl have a . lie t. RJjo is. at tliifdcbifl fine baby irfrl aho weip'itj nmojKiatkZsv cad Uio stronjrcFt of tnen s 11. Hy suffering: ? cii"y fiat two hours. I took several bcttlcs of Tacnte and ctic of T?r, Pierce a " .fo-S.nart-KeoJ tu..': yo'irr:odieinci. ly.aa I nerer 1 -- d t. ' 01 1a surprised how well ifel. 1. .i was .Uviys i.urir.,an,i never si;k stomach. Tho surro vho W23 wt"i mo said tlia jnodicino was wojisler-- f al Lccaa-- e I got clor- sc mec j".JrrAsd r.i much xroa'j'.o before. She intend? to rccomircnd it to H t r ttrr,riai. iiatitntc. Everyboily is aston!sVd at me bccauo I nly vsirfusl lf potinds KJoro and ,now I wo!n-VmVn.Mtnl fc 'il.a it iv TV.iil.-v- l -i- i'1-,".!, Pierce's Favorite Prescription. yi v' on Its B Gost one Farmsr S500,l8ow!sig - Ctfe i l J. Imhop, of 221 S. Boys and Girls. 4? lie Won Out, Rg tfe Gircys. ERBUjjIKKS "Z - s t. x A Vernon, Kv, d. ry IN H0QBH r, SGKQOHHOUSE. THEY DETERMHE THF VJIlfiS IT R0HSE0 GiV!G' PRIDE, &r laodicir.e. ! Itacy wnt Snforaa Joa I vUJl! n'in'i ui ti- -' 11 ta' :v thJj. fC'-xrv-MES; IMIIOF & CaiLD. The Town Began Threo Yeara Ago to Realize the Importance of Conserving Its Future Citizens' Health and iVlentaiity Plenty of Room to Play. Slaijy rural communities feel that nay building and any grounds will do for school purposes. These communi-tie- s have never thought definitely how far ithey have progressed in so maus itr other line". The average man will say ;ijt v. limi vn i n"oy.v. hint or a reason for i: i his school ii the poor "'ell,. equipment in was good that school enough for me. an' I reckon it's good enough tor my children." His own home, his farming Implements, his neigh-orhood. . OCH MT&1 CCASKE1 S Coffins Ejnd obes. o Licened Einbalrnoi uUh. ' hargf of th t line of work ior che coc'pimy. 3 lToa'5?" "owt to all points Z :Ordc-- s by wire pr.)mptlv Jillpfl -- Raw Matarial Is Cheap, but tho And P.'iads Citizens Realize That Ken Amount of Brains Mixed With UMrH tucky Was Foraing Forward to Take Manufacture Mcano Profit or Lots plats Wi'--h Cther States of fro i ii . i'iaji ii nuw. Union. . PAPSH citrup can iiring a cron'U into si 1. gun to hroi'il imu seed corn. At oilj town that will tax the llvory statili Ofrice Mt. Vernon Monumental Building lJIIOXE 112 r2 of tho givjit national com shows. liuSil Hid side streets, but a sclrool fair .ti-- t o can do the t Chicago, he tooli the first priw ior, imiuiuiiiiuuamiiiumuiuuiiUiiJiiuummmmiiuiumri o linwijug (tvcn wait TK " ihmi a single ear of ebrn. The rule govern wm vsm ." ? im4 9"f u I : - x i tow;: lr.it t' r, t ..w rtfr--i 6 s.t v ITS' nig tins exhibit was that the e.ir t.ik a'? if a ''i 'v . :;rj4.Vi.:u t ? LalS1M S Tllyrl1rlJ & viiil Sib. IMHtf fT& ' "s !l l.va... it was a crowd . UEi' iJCLy or rBr ing tirst prize became the propoitv t 7 't 1'xlie''t,'llt ,ieo,,,e with oy&,,,,ol: Hw'r' taiifiw litv thii ott? Tli. farmer was hi f ?ii&.i the .., caffs ,... IS ....:- - ,uuu, u ,inuuBU, i.u ., . ....,.., u fi,r(1 hpynml ;ir.KS irere parndo: it w Our line of Conoh' u,,.w. t, tlle..lTufct.Ilill, of . t. ,1.1 J.. utr onu luu is unexcelled vi in 4.K.. .....t.lt uum 1... ,l,l .' 1 . - that .had' di.ed comfortably for '"',UMatc puuue auction to tne nigiiest niauqrjj nnrl nr?in? dttG All wnmnn iilr efffpr f- nm frio rfT-n-c Hand-mad- e W -CdffinfefuijHfied .& Up (Intarmliipfl lii tiinst kiiv tllfs 'cStk1.' . ?, to female ailments, are urged to try uarain, me renauic, 01 corn ior seeu on nis own iarm-sh V ri .lt.. Hearse sent "to nU'jjaftyf Kf k Vt-sni dSfK? .i "."" saenui.e, tonic reincay, ior vomen. tarum atts uiumpny, any cost. HE BOUGHT THE EAR - 'yifj 39&ii'. t 4 l ,' " ,! the County t yet gently, and without bad "effects, on the womanly system, ' 'fv!eihS'1' I FOR i.."00 l f JH r Every one said he was cjazy to p;iy reiievinj pain, building up strength, regulating the system, as Ai! ord-r- s by Wire Promptly Rrted-&- ! g price for a single ear, of com such a and toning up tho nerves. During tne past half century, !"" j Of course any'other ear of the same thousands of ladies have written to tell of the quick curative weight iiud costing about 1T tents tf medicine. results they obtained, from the use of this well-kno"wouid ha", o fed as much stock or made "" T mi A.. "' T1llll'IK f C I 1 K as many eor'imeal batter cakes for .. -I .. , I1.KIVI v IV., iv V. .iv'" . j..,., : t i'iS L i breakfast. Why was he willing to 4 pay sucn a huge price tor tne cor::. :" The S3 B .. x j i, He was not bujiiig corn at all. "i & wrT.i Arar"S-- jii IE K 1 : &, ' "va'" ?il.Ax h - Ji . CTKHt' V Sflff T " f mill .7iiiiimSi WAS BUYING THE BRAINS BE T l3Kf.rillUJU IB HIND ITS PRODUCTION. X. Raw material is cheXy; the amouut :K i A BEAUTIFUIi DOOBWAT. of brains mixed with it In ifc inanu w. 7- T ! t IT .J.a amIi uuuuic XLm& barns and all else In his life have facture fixes Us market value. A rSra?Y"lJ -W suuc.tu iium v.uiii.uuy icMtlKlA iu kj i.rs. jane vaucnan A..trnAY f changed from a "tallow candle and piece of" window glass Is cheap;' a r In fl 1rpr from Whitpvlllp. N. C. she S3 norltr ion &. USsi&r") gSSiXf homemade flail age to an "electric watch crystal is more expensive: CJSfe3B- - ' ;i ' ;says: "1 was not able to do my own housework. My && 4J light and a steam thrasher" age. lens for n tine camera is quite To-morrow t!-J- " sur- - t pensive; the objective for"a great te.e ago .Midway and-th- e Three stomach was weak, and my blcod was wrong. . I had back- . 3 rounding country began. to think it was scope may cost a small fortune. What I tried several doctors, out tney y& ache, and was very weak. time to have a twentieth century school is true of corn or ajiy raw material Is M did me no good. I used Cardui for 3 or 4 months, and now YESTERDAY is but a dream, oily .a, vision, plant. They began to feel tha1- it true of men. A tine, strong, vlgorou-woul- d P but Wll lived makes every yesterdav ;t dreim'Of hapbought for $2 as a laborer I am in the best health I have ever been. 1 can never praise be well to have a building n. man can be piness andevery" a vision uf hop. Therefore ri Mix brains enough for him to handle good as iny of their churches. At or scnooii booths. LiNn gij Cardui enough." It is the best tonic, for women. not yesterday nor brhif-- ; your account to ri '. first the general public shook its head a section gang, and he will brine jears: It was a crowd that unconscious Whether seriously sick, or simply weak, try Larduu per day. and mumbled tinder its breath, but THE B VTK OF MT. VERTON" ly was making history It wns not a Mix brains enough to fit him for gradually it began to see the wisdoiii Wntz to: Ladies Advisory Dept. Chattmooea Medicine Co.. Cattanoors. Tenn.. ; elllng. surging crowd, but one that booc. bonis TrsatneDt lor Vciaen." sent free. J 53 Th;n iv hop? is tht all of the movement and at last voted the lar Social Insiructbns. an J monaj'd jvill b"Ui9- yoirliappt- j.ood (pijetly as the parade passed and c v- - in l v,,prtty i I all yoar r33DllicMous of yeit-jrdifunds necessary. will r.iade leiinuks that were iirpgnant with 4v .iiju riu .A!isi;iuuca anu an your aeaungs anrt relations While' the trustees planned a school t.iought. Puq grizzled oid farmer look with-.hiniz. - i nirnTninrnnmrMrit ranrrriTmnm nwnrnirini Bank will bring you great prosperity. architecturally that should be a credit el far dov,-- tho line of sturdy march they did not forgot to buy enough . ig . l deiu smiled and remarked te ground to give the energetic young I Is ivi- bbor: " "This Is the biggest duj I MT.VERNON, KENTUCKY. v . . ters that were to be trained ample I I IIl uk. y P.ow uz Jteen'ever had. It'K bigger V-'- I' W- - L. RICHARD'S, Cashier' V! 1 'lit Vlbow room. The beautiful building ( ft i'mii speeches. e!ectIon and everything iJw- -. , ... ... 3 stands well back from the turnpike it on five acres of fine blue grass land - jF. . -z .aj:t&m..m. iJJ Tifc .Iiit tilhtk of practically every schoo a Behind and to one side of the school child in the comity in line, parading tht building is a eomfortalile stable stalled t rin. ipnl tieet! of the town. Think of to hold twenty-fou- r horses. P4SSMii-V3-",'a; the school pride that came to theui As is usual in school affairs all over xv while preparing their 'nilifjue costU'r.e-an- d he country, the trustees built this banneiv to compete for the prize. 3fee tHe undersigned strictl7 fur school with rn Idea of Its taking care e& ..Tered' There were whole schools r all the pupili in the district for the id hunting or tresspassing of A S300 Kit: tiF CORN. and white. Ila-- k and scirlct years. Now, after only next my ind upon our lands and ind afifty years;, they arc beginningtwo conductor, and he will lit tug .$4 .to $." brown and :vl imio white. Out t half evory boy. big an tha um&ef had wilH punish extent o ee the natural result of a, fine grow per day on brains to handle a great ?oup 111 each r Enoiuh uiu.ji: im;w pair or onie oer i.iiie. big school spirit among both children the law any one guilt o' the siibtlistrict trustee had and parents .Today five grade and two railro:Qt sysf';n. and ho brings $100 .lis. Over U. G- - Baker's Store. aught, tht contagion of eiithusiti.tCi C.Johnson high school teachers manage to teach per day; ojj the opc'i marker. Crown and Bridge Work a speclaltv. AH "values-i- ii thejnarket of the fid marched in IiHa ew b!m- - overalls. he 250 boys ard girls that are en All work guaranteed. v -Hack to the top of .the hid on which oiled. This number Is just fifty more v.orld are. educated hrain values. he buildings of the Western Norma 'Van were enrolled last year. It 9JBAJL. w plain that the school will have The cheaiJest education is the best. t'ht went the line of inarch Behi'io if? r.T-- Jfa and .'o add a new teacher each year to tak for the efficient, well educated mail t'leui went tlje throng of Ik? i.iendis to have a loi.k at the dpiaj I care-o- f the steady increase, and in five is the high priced commodity. 'A. sQuail newslra9 not been set tho lio.ts' Corn dub of Warren years an addition will have to be for.some; time, wewant the people more to mint), and the exhibits of the schools built take care of the children. Tie Painting and Crppcfruit. "i ou,e of the large room: at the Smoke Ple-osurto know that we'are'on the lanJ of vldes thii yearly increase, the trustees." Kith-were arranged th.it each dN "You say that eather wants you claim that very few of those enrolled lining. Corngajheringand hop Smokes might have a dltinir spare (ven try to play truant. Ample play to get some paint an' a '.mint brush. Mt Vernon, Ky, killing, fs A walk amoim the order of the day. r its handiwork. grounds, cltan, warm schoolrooms . Bobby J," exclaimed a farmer. "Yes, sir. to paint pi urps .with,'' iiesu booths sliovvpd beaten biscuit Home and ofHce in the late residence Mrs. David" Procior remains about comfortable single desks, light and' ikes, bread preserve, jellios. hopeful. :aswercd his Dr. Myers formerly occupied onOld the same. Mr. Jacob Elder O' I'leasan- surroundings make school 0 V gefahles. doll furpititre. sewins or 5f1 "Do you know when X, went te 'ug less Irksome, and the Incentivi llainSt-.Mt- . Vernon. -- T . Brodhead", visited his, mother Sun . 'or ".placing out' has been removed . chool I had lots of ol(H)lm4rB'k'l5PGir V x a.p. J rs an' hickory He an' up ir'Jfe br fur . "day last. Claud Thompson our Several schools rolled into one make m ?i"i y g a "taijy things possible. It allows the ilows. I reckon I'll havejoet 'en ft r ra - rWUMSA hustling merchant, is doing a good i or you. but it looks Ilk" a nlum!. tTcy"Imol fund to pay for a reliable janl r LS.1 &&&&& W& KsJ k "V ' l '"lBf ' C. C. bnsiness ut this place. -- Mr.' Amos r. who can heat, clean and care for- vnste of time, this paintin' of pic - .ji,. aSS t-- j ?C-- tsV?. ares." Cordial haihis new corn crib comhe property as it should be caied for ;AT;TORNFY-AT-LA:' . His good wife smiled" behind he " OO ,KY. - pleted, and sayscT has plenty ot. MT. 'There is smoke pleasure in this pure old Virginia lasses and kept on sewing; Som pQ IAIL sJt-.W . - i" Corn, but didn'tUs&.any fertilizer -.' , ime later, when Bobby was fas. " f7- $.. ' " and North Gtrolina bright leaf. Thousands prefer it to any - X)n irdrfloor o .W s?K ' ; A'x'j sleep, she adroitly asked the. maa'cn i ?: ' Y' v v. oiher pipe tobacco. Thoroughly aged and stemmed and ygsr-- i , .T'.;. (The Baukot'Mt.Ver'uon.on CKurc Eugene Brown bought ot Geo. i ft eloped in. the blue r f" then granulated. A perfect pipe tobacco nothing better ; Ve ' f birley. "Rob. what didhaze ofWhlu a street. Special attention .'given GriderOcow for $28. Wheat ? vt)'-Ax t i"y you jat 'viiei f relied as a cigarette. ' c? '?' M,1;U1 t ou uere in town this afternoon ?" - .to collecfions.. vV -X loksvery well (.onsidering dry i'J?k53s!!?9a''a One and a half ounces of this choice tobacco cost :W:.SF : "' "Why. I got those repairs, for f) weather. Elbett Elder sold to Thone No. 8ci. A onlv 5c. and with each sack you get a book of cigarette hreuder that had come by.eqJiessi. . Henry Catrony a cow for $26. papers FREE. V saw some nice grapefruit an' o'lnn-i.-The other pleasures are the presents that are secured Melvin Owens'liU: moved back to - tt9SlSji..':'i ittteuia brought a few along. Why-'i- " .ii. .i.. ijWcTEWT uu)K i ''; SI with the coupons in each sack of Liggett - Myers Difke's flv 'VMB-Kfbriiigru' thri "Whnt wastjle,use of the old hotne 4 here. S. Mixture. These presents delight old and young. Think jineV Yon know we had pioluX " L OutnminV Albrigh', fir t,h j of the pleasure that you and your friends can get from a potatoes, beans an coffee 'wiH move to Crab Orchard, scpi- talking machine, free, or such articles as fountain pens, airy, didn't you?" 'IIUDEBTKEB and'-EM-l j 'C'r.uuially the m.vn struggled m. o balls, skates, cut glass, china, silverware, wnerenney are ere.(Huig a new t JlIDWAT'H SUC'f'EHS. 33 long enongho "exolhluv e T2 smoke tennis racquets, fishing tRoII'er mill.Mr. W."A Owens js v. it provides teachers for the differen''1 Due reason I got ';u Was to" jile.r rods, furniture, etc. singihg "atMaretburg and Pit e snides and makes elhcient and tr?n ou. (neat Scott, done jmt, eci gv As a special offer, bringing inany work. HiJI. Brpwn John continues .irether" Ujgive. a chance eliildren to , 'vorked out. tiled to (Tc.)th of fjit ine-- i for the chili daring November it a' coffee, woiu'in .' about, the. same. T. C. Hamni: lydei'eTfjp.hi social nature in a grouj andDecemberonlywe "Of course I do an' like grapefni APKONS, CAKIS AS1 JCIiTiTKS. lost a hor by remg' kickd.- - .if .his nwn fure That ihe school a will send you our in all kinds qf odds an inds to gh. If (kinds, drawings- - paintings, collec Tll ne an. appetite for the plaj.ii. suUst Hugli, Miller' otPipeville, is visa- l".Mi(lvay Is n,snccc.ss is to put the mat y new illustrated catajF lior.s of leaves and various woout. yr, ltgjitly. A that ha en log of presents, FREE, ing felatives. R, - T. 'Hamm rolled tlftyi npwjjJfpiHithLs year, th.i , lal things. Hut." and a plisjintriiv. p"eudid. hut' I The corn show was hlevoirr smile spread over'hci v unit be taken up as a &epar.tte torj Just send us your name (o the,,-'-!!!rey uotherly face, "you an I 4' VBant'rf having.sane, work done, haihldwlfLvJ-fjMSjipin Tact, the impression m ide on and address on a postal. npjiition'oflMMw.; 'f hat' liiakes" tin n fat meat, coffer an' lots ufJiipko rc)6rter during on his'dweilin libuVe, ;. the whole day he Coupons from thiie's Mixture may be vXJan&sfelh' 'gf house In lb !e, weren't we. KobV i ., cssarttdur.thUzzsiTOm HORSESHOE. at Bowling Green w; that it w..s a. r pJrh'saalnipo.ssijjiHtj, Unit In tw. Kor a'tuoment ihe man's fnceAjrf J.T.,TINSLEY'S NATURAL LEAF. , big. too tine, tco iminessixe ti r GRANGER ,TW1ST. coupons from JiJl a tMHtgMrs does ijut slmw v nizzliul look.v Sndu'ii!i W f,ii h, Uoo $iooWJLW.A.Rp, $IOO FOUK ROSES double coupon). It Is ( asy to fee hahdle properly. waller desk. Is ahuge sue PICK PLUG CUT. PIEDMONT d.and helnnghej heartily' the throb of enthusiasm in a emm CIGARETTES, CUX aGARETTES. ess. i eckoii I wus kinde'r havd on , TjvteadersoTihis paper w'A and other tats and coupons issued by us. 'that is surcharged with it. but it is a Does all" this answer the n, cation,. ri !.' . t;st now. You aie olease'd xolearndhat tliereSr Premium Dept. fAr different matter to put it into cold ijfvestment? Ta, any oijpefer tigun they're n )a .eLri Ss fUrt, rccrrt.f J7 S. ks. 'pne dreaderj,, disease thnt exactly 'What stt ongeinien ndwpine' llfferent now. hn' be feewh:lr vu rferint ban they used to crepqefhas been able to 'cure in hi a f community itbwoilh :Such events? make us know Kentucky "Th ire drivin at; mother Vest: th(Vte cf has roused herself from her nap and ST. LOUIS. MO. an ijs sfages.janp. unatjs uautrru school hM the c(nnuFn1lVL:il.oirf) r wants to use the palutin'IHeJi'jJi',. - .Jtretching herself and nibbing her monpy)a goml nejtment fir Id aiiii. vuiuilll WUICII the onlv rr relish or side dish to kedp im 'rVic 4 eyes. It is'only necossary as she ruin m E. Hfe j.s-- P9$ttye"cure jow'know- - t,o the VwfiyV TUe answer cinf only coine. b ppetlte for the rest or tlrrejeijUa - the drowsiness from her eyes to l itsklng any of the refdentp in the ills tSS3S23 ,yPlK'EBMEIE'JJtJM6ylBMTF"lir TFJiHBifclMMiMMWBMfcBBHBB grhb."3 satarrlrbevn & - 4fur s'ee the problems that confront he- r a constnijuenal'disease.quires a jtrictJiif Sthosf who ai'e willing to sem . JT." ' " children clearly, then to make- her HjHL' iH'i r cliifdreii hve or six niiles aiui sif cohstiitiitihal tnatmpftK ural rasonrces ruove forward steadily toward pa .extra .tuition i rthent a (L The only regour'fjtlwt I s Citfr?tfHtiifeJis taken nterVsllv. frKjjlVe'tweiittetlt to 'have school. Iniii u IOiei UUimt ! IUK61S 1 that, should be hers, among hv century '(X ' tZ nnwns. limit sister states of the Union. coy upou, m- - Lt. "i.J"& iioe moojrnu, '; f 'r.lt -j v x : boo sjl rfaees.. of the J svatetr.. &4& t OK SAI B i V : JUL'-111 IUK r it SPGPfftTBwWB! - - lUUlHllKni l' r li: licker-rf. rid cold .11J Jiff JflFm1 ,r . BTt l!rE.'"s HT. ., r ff ' j r frtfrfffir wurrTf ftiw TO ALL WINTEH. EES02TS s the dangerv.fram pneu 'Mount VenoiiRMoDiiaenah - i)U3M&:Am'!t fand gyvin'g':tliefl When vou havp a o'ia set a rrHPif sMMbir notbersefiofcts diseases ro;tle of Obamberlain'' Cough! FARES TO SPECIAL ROUND-TRI- P U si tamsLvamitmm in . a nrf oi.cicrifiv WlllDvO HallnoftWaverlY, Rstnedy It ill soon fix ycu up r' '. . IBllHRO L'nrmly oeiifva unam alright and will . ward oil any -. . k" .. TW" gst-- i nf-agrit i XlVK'l, J ue bennency-towar- d ttetnea? left m with a frlfhtfui eongk" pneumonia. This ryiWB. inaapiiu-aBJ.couiivbfc'bertweiw no opium or other ysmedv ccntflms. Piirikes. letnrn Liaiit. Fisll Stop-Or- er rfiTbreathe.orsWiat fbrlOto JSTf jkfa-Vfo- r colds and may be iven as con. arcolk Soatas, My doctor eould not help Thre through dai'y trains to Florida,viafuea& Crescent fad d itvto m ySfeg-IDoti-waiunummti filttitly tpa baby as to in adult completely cnrea-D'!. through service to New Orftns. Elec--' " .V'1 Route. Of X,W t 'v SoldKvlCitsi C. T unen.t, iacltKilng Pulli?an Drawing-Rootrically . rUo aad Day Coaches. Sleepiaf Cars, Dining-Cars- , r VHV" l3f "T'l. M . I'.-ptFor detail eatt oa any Tjcketenf, Queen & Cresceat Raster r apply to "wry .v GOCO Mrs. J. R Cox, Joliet, 111. r,?iM i I 0 $J.O0AIAU NUftGIl 112 ; some yoars ago a tloosler tarmun Dtu r GEORGE OWESS, vllr'r,,', Mnnnger ti i r n I- jt jyu-.'d- iiT .!-- tLZ7-,V- ZP .- iTi T -- - -" f ''' D CJeta ,' ..-- 2, . .... 1 gilooa -- OIU -- i:f . .'..-' ra - . 'i ... .- f - -- "1K-- S W IE A il V TT 1 --r S.7 mM - w-- 4p " S- . -v $-- ;. , Kv-3tt,v,' ML A - j, HflSS, wn : SSt . . 1 if Ew : W r9' est., day Tcj Y w to-da- A K U U I !fa"sT rf"" N rirA 1 '- c , 1 , B;IFMM1S . .... -- . -; , - TO-DA- to-da- y i I a-- y j ggu iilsV s mmjm&mMm2ffi&.m& , r- n T,HE BANK OF MT. VERNOlSi; -- - x.v .- - pmr v v ,,f d. P. SSf posted tn-'Jli- ! h-'.- al 1 I 11 the-nm- e: GS.aialt ,W E-e- n , W.'T. FRANCIS, Dentist ! 11 I? oo 5ygr;' v icj.-1'ho- ol -- and other Pleasures for the Man Who e sssss3 yimjfiW .'' m fi - eight-year-ol- .i Williams, - tax?jr... -- "& 2&;rX" -t rT I " '' P?H B ggS'5?'ggaSBrEarr v " .J.C.McCLARY andju'f placar 's 111,11 . -- , ''7li s . fcj. - "ykt . i H tt -- . . i 1 f i!?iL Stanford. Kv .., !" -- v . (. ,. i i v VOr-t- an-tii- i. -- J."-f- right-hJitt.y- y i- e IH WS? - "' v - lfX&&x) j.-A-S- tnnk-choo- - - t- s i viv uw :.S Tfci rft" tin-pla- ,- if ' k& i.rrif492. - i T- a t. i . .- lJXJA.l PNEUMONIA rrWr:ifk kcnrii'.TII"i . tyX. n . m P T " e Florida, Cuba, New Orleans, Panama hint " ij fOranitJ s nT&kb v - y'T" ,' y ii -Jl' - J. utf.Ainuo lew Discovi b Jt- p-vas- - GBlilrT-ber:s7 LYu V m v RA A v- hX-- y ? - ' ri-- i ..-- tx. O. in ,vj ,