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Mount Vernon signal: December 13, 1912 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1912 mou1912121301_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: December 13, 1912 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. '0 Cm we Published Every Friday VOLUME XXVI. MT. VERNON, THltTWI U f ifJ ,a a euiA. lMWiu vj'isvv w 'W ' vf 1 I 47' I t I T--i P Z3 Ml ! KM 51 !KJ ISnfi Established . vh-- t VW 1887 UMBER 12 Dock Jones a few nights ago. Dock said he wanted to run but could not. All kinds of wearing apparel has been found on the ridge which shows some one has been running some. Growr McGuffey, ol Stanford is spendi: g a few days with Mr. J. T. Oinarv. Mrs K. L. Cockerell is visiting lelatives in Cortiin. J. v. Baker, of Mt Vernon, was here Monday. Mrs App TavW was called to Louisville Tnecav on account of the serious illness of her mother Mrs. Lephew. A little daughter ol W. N. Riggs ;s very .sick at this writing. -- U ." XXZXX ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY.. FRIDAY", DECEMBER 13. 1912 Aaaa)0OWWwvvwvwwwwwwwHWWWWWVWWWVWVWWWWWHWWWWWVWV9VWVVWVWWWWWVWawwwwwWWW9WWWW9VWVWVWWW vwvTtT..ab BaaaaBaaaaaaa 1aaAaaaAaAa&aaaa.a AaaBaa 7uwv 9b w t. fc pi t CXHA1W ANNOUNCES FOR 7J EistzLta, WILL UNITED STATES SENATORSHIP 3B3l$SfiBw HIS . ss&arJP MAKE F bCb UAR sBm H Cox Bros THIS lanuMMMMuuuB O 0LJ?r 1SK0U1IEAD. fttflrini .nnjj.-niu;- . , , , h tl,M JT Everything in the Toy line to make the little folks happy The place to get a nice present for the grownIMI1UIHMM up folks. The only place in Mt. Vernon where can be found a full line of Xmas goods. Remember that we have everything in Dry Goods, Notions, etc. The very best for the money. nr .lm 11IB Mrs. Thon.as Capps, of LebaJunction, and Mrs Koheit Uri;Iit of 'Rowland, are visu-- i ig their inotht'i, Mrs. Be:ue Brown, near here. Mr. and Mis. R. R. Gentry wore clown from Mt. Vernon, the guests of Mr. and Mrs lien Pike last week. Mrs. Malinda Benton aad daughtt-r-, Mi:i Willie, were over from Mi!!ershurg;i few days this .John Robins and little daughter Mildred, spent Sunday in Mt. Vernon the guesfs of Mr. and Mrs F. L. Durham. Fred Sow-do- r, the school teacher at Spiro, has bton very sick this wevk. non w-ok Etta, has ben teaching in his place. -- Mrs. El'on Mahaffey, who lias been ill for so long has moved to Crab Orchard to make her home with her sister, Mi-- s His sister, Call early and make your selection s i 1 X M T. Opposite Court House WWW. . VERNON, KY, '',,'',,,a,,,,,'ia,,,,,,'ei",e,l',l,l,'M'l(lae...i...oS.nln.!!.."!""l'l, no aoooooeeoor Here's Your Chance To Pick Up Values for Little Money and you'll need things to wear right alon" them now i do you gut as good a chance to - save on your Winter Clothing, as this sale off ers There will be plenty of cold weather yet, Why not buy nenr, seasonable, guaranteed to merchandise we've been selling all season You'll be surprised to find such splendid values in Men's Clothes, priced so low. A few of them are mentioned Mow Look thiough them. See what you save. Then mako ' " ui mind to come here the first day of the sale. give-satisfacti- OELDOM It's the same fresh, If you want good, dependable clothes advantage of this sale. at. a bio- saving-t- ake - " Former Governor J C Yv". Becknam has announced tiis cananlacj for the Democratic nomination for United States Senator nom Kentucky, to succeed William O. Bradley, iu the State primarj election to be held throughout Kentucky in August, 1913. His card of announcement is as follows: "In answer to a great many inquiries, I fe-- that I should, without further delay, make known my purpose in regard to the approaching race for the United States Senatorship, for which a Democratic nomination is tt be made in the State primary next August. Following my retirement from the office of Governor, about five years ago, and tie result of the Senatorial election in the Geneial Assembly of 1S08, it was not my intention to again seek public office. Eight years of arduous and difficult service as Governor, fiet.uently dealing with serious and critical questions, had prepared me to welcome and enjoy the relief from public lesponsibilities and the peace'of private life which such retirement oftered me. "But from the people and the press of the State I have received so many kind and flattering assurances that I might as a Senator from Kentucky be of some useful public service, and gratetully appreciating the honor implied by such expressions, I have decided to become a candidate for the Democratic nomination for that ofllee in the primary next August, and to submit my candidacy to the Democratic voters of the State. "I believe the people of Kentucky have known me long enough and well enough to judge by what principles and pin poses I have always been influenced In my public life, and how well or ill I have met every responsibility or obligation confronting me. I have been frank with them at all times, frequently when 1 believed it to be to my personal disadvantage, and I have never let sition upon any important political subthem remain in doubt about my ject. "S . upon the issues now pre nent before the country, the people of what ray course of action would be it Kentucky well know how 1 stand a I shoi be elected to the Senate. I am in hearty accord with the principles o .ho nlatform of the Baltimore convention, and it would be my ear deavor as a member of the Senate, without ostentation or display, to earnestly and efficiently assist President Wilson and his administration in fulfilling the promise? made to the people in that platform and in the recent campaign. "The verdict of the American people in the recent National election was unmistakable and emphatic. They voted for a definite change In certain policies of the Government, the restoration of its control to the people, the dethronement of the power of special interests, relief from the burdens of tariff taxes and tribute?, the overthrow of monopoly in our industries, the readjustment of the functions of government to serve the masses of the people rather than those favored classes which have fattened upon special privileges, and for other just and needed reforms outlined in the Democratic program. However much we may rejoice over the recent result at the polls, our victory is not yet won, and will not be won until we have substantially fulfilled these expectations of the people by enacting into laws the promises we have made. It is evident that the admirable man we have elected President recognizes the solemnity of the obligations placed upon him in these matters, and it is essential for the success of his that he should hae in the Senate, as well as in the House, to aid him in keeping faith, with the people, men who are in cordial sympathy with his policies, and msr who are willing and capable of finishing successfully the work to be. betjun "I seek this position as Senator from my Native State no; merely with any selfish consideration of the honor it may bring me. bin for the broad opportunity it would afford me of rendering some useful and patriotic service to the people of th country. I believe that f have had such experience and training as would make me reasonaoly well prepared for the work. I & not come before the people of Kentucky in this race unknown to or uwcrieci by them. In my public career in the past they have had ample opportunities to determine "whether or not I can be trusted with official responsibilities, or whether or not I am accustomed to redeem my promises and obligations to, i . ; Galon Rogers. Uncle John Courier, the brother of Mrs. has gone to Paint Lick to in ike his home with Joe Sowder. Cleve Wilmott was at home from Knoxvilie a few days last week. Frank Ward has returned homo .Mrs. Ma-harTej. aTtei visiting relatives at Hamilton and Cincinnati, Ohio. W. O. Yadon was down from Livingston, Sunduy. -- Frank Evans, of Berea, is spending a few weeks with his sister, Mrs. D. B. Chandler. Henry Brooks was up from Boston, Tuesday. Rosann.i Graves, of Paris, is visiting her brother, Undo Fullen Prancisto, C. C. Howell was this week. down from Livingston, Tuesday and Wednesday. Miss Alva Pike of Cor bin. is visiting relatives here this week. Arthur Anderson is spending a few days with his uncle, Henry Anderson. Rev. Colney, of Georgetown, --- preached three interesting mons at the Baptist church, urday and Sunday. The ser- SatDra- matic Club will present a plav, entitled "Uncle Silas,' on the evening of thfj SSth. It is a very interesting play, and a larget'at- ttndanoo is expected. Granville Owens was was down from Pine Hill. Tuesday. The little son of T K. Francisco has been very low with dptheri but is some bet ter. Mr. Allen H:ait and Mrs. Alice Brown wero married at the home of the bride, near Level Green, Thursday of last week. The contracting parties are well ana favorably known. fhem. Their 'Upon their sound judgment and generous confidence I rest my candidacy many friends j.in in congratulafor this high office, seeking their support if they believe me worthy of It, and advising them to vote for some other man if they believe he can more faiths fully and successfully serve them." Your Clothcraft Clothes at Reduced Prices, pattern of cloth you want in blues, grays, browns tan, and fancy mixtures. Enough here to insure a comfortable. e.,sy pleasing tit. Overcoat YU can use anew itClothcraft ItSuit or cost much. to .rood advantage Get now. won't Any tion We understand that they They're the most remarkable values we've ever offered and they won't last long at these prices. Although under' priced, they are guaranteed as usual to be all wool to hold shape, and give satisfactory wear and service. r pick ' yours out now. Bt-tieV Suits up to $22.50 for Suits up to Suits up to uii.il!' $12.98 J3t50 for 12.50 for 9.98 7 98 Ill II II 1 1 'I II 111 HI IliiilS A few Pees & wifl start the ball to rolling. will make their home in our town, a and are now in the country making arrangements preparatory to LIVINGSTON. Cook will be consolidating the two homes. D December " living in one of the most beautiful Mr. Hiatt has been a resident of I,ee Reynolds is treating his .dwelling; in our city. S. T. Proc our town for the past year, and house to a new coat of paint. I. tor, ot Mt. Vernon, the expert we are glad to know that this esti W.Cotton was with hoinofolks at carpenter is certainlv a hustler mable family will soon be in o r Lebanon Sunday. Judire Witt, and Mv Cook should congratu- midst, Wade Leece is up from has purchased a farm of T. J late himself that he secured him Crah Orchard hunting this week. Pennington price piid boo.oo Mrs, L. M. Brown has returned to as foreman. "Well her home Bill Cummins, of Mt. Vernon, All cur merchants are in Louisville afjer was in our town Sunday. One stocked with Xmas, goods and spending the past two months of Mother Eves iair daughter the grand day is just a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. was the attractions. AH O'Neal oft 5vefyne expects a gocd G. Frith. Mrs. Jane Owens, of of the Scaggs Creek secuaq 'ah lime then but as we have been at Mt. Vernon, is spending a few ino!:r "vvn Monday. A series of home for the past week on account days with her daughter, Mrs. T. rncuisi., i is being held at the of sicknes ruess we will work K. Francisco. Miss Grace p.'bytrian church conducted the holidays. J. H. Owens who who has been clerking for U. .he Rev. George Watson of has been very sick for the pns-B. C. Anderson & Son, has re Mt. Vernon. two weeks is sonic better. Dr. signed and returned to ber home H. W. Bowman has returned R. G. Webb reports George Bustle at Maretburg. Mrs. Margaret from Cincinnati. Mrs. Florence improving rapidly. Bustle Cook is spending a few days wittx Monroe was iu Richmond Sunday. let his gun go off ani the her brother, Rev. A. J. Pike. A little chdd of Mr. and Mrs. load went through his loot. F George Arnold which has been M, Smith has moved to Mt. FOILS A FOUL PLOT. very sick is some better. Mrs. Pisgah, on Sand Hill. Bill H. When a shameful nint ovicte y,. TMc-Ca- ll, t "7 acci-dent- ly -- te SUTTON & McBEE The Clothcraft Store Ed Quiun and children, of Paris, Owens has built a house in tween liver and bowls to cause dis-after a "weeks visit, "with her O'possum trot hollow near Pea tress by refusing to act, take Dr. parents Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hayse Ridge and moved his family there. iiuK micw Misrms, anaenasucn. have returned home. Mrs. Nora It is reported that there is some abuse ot joy- system. They gentlv corapet rigat action Jenkins is vistttng relatives at wild animal to be seen and heard liver and bowls, and oi stomach,, Testore your Paris. Uncle James Mahaffey Js onSand Hill,. and lias frightened health and all good feeliags. 25 very low. Before the close of a fe out of their whs, It attacked atChas. O.J)avis - s as. t w 'V . rfiTm AtimaiimMm!ft .'f; .'c:. HHJWUKcJimMlJ .Jill) , Irlioifl Ml- - VERNON SIGNAL ( t TTKftwTJMMBlMiMiiMMMBBI Wind is air in motion. Air ge's 'our peooe are educated the less " Yon are charged .vithsL-al- i g List of csn d.it n..v m the motion when it leaves one crimes we have, and education nine of Frits Kruesers hens la. t into .,,., a, mnru f tt, .o place or starts for anotner. Many ma es u- - progressive and liberal njh Have you witness-?- ' ,a.dv bv B. (.3. AnriPnn ft Son. Friday, Dec. 13, 1912 excellent reasons ate advanced for j ,n ' ur view., v u can't make nt asked the rnde sternlv. ..- ..C ou.u k line iI1ULMICU ,pne hftHeVB hilt fllilr tra Vl.. ,l,ot ...1, ,l,aCt.l ...r th.c Tt ic nv.0.,;.. " more bv next week. "u"v-- s:im Brotner ', . The list 'or ," o V u.i m iuc u iei L Published every Friday by u uirusnes humbly, "J specks Is sawuih is as follows: tn to fall the vacancy caused by ioyn 10 turn mi see if there hut it ain't Name ot Contestant EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. No. oy whtcll me v." the rarelaction. ana when it ni cikwihi to luice witness" Lill- - H.ut cold some place ehe the air may lm me th talents He 1 a Aimg wlmx I poet; out chi.rkei Mattie U'ihimtt $I.OO rushes there for some leasoti which given us and see if you dont Si. steahn suh". TJBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR Mildied Robins great chanjrrs in our dear old! H 1 his escaped us. Maude was home from college L'zzte Gentr & w 11 county in the next few years Wind is very annoying to ladies "Will you'", she said to her Bessie Hamlin m Advertising rates made known on who wear the recent clinging, thin Yours, mother, "pass me mv diminutive Marv Proctor application garb. It annoys tbem so that Chas. C. Davis. argeuteous truncated cone, con Etta Cable they walk ud and dowu the NEW K. & I. BRIDGE. vex on its summit, and semi Dollie Johnson widest streets all the time just to While waiting for my train in perforated with symmetrical Eva Albright show the wiud that it needn't spve-itMEMBER OF Lela Albright street station, I had the KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION taink it can keep them inr'oors good "- - 9. She was asking for her thimble. Lena Albright fortune to meet with The same wiud that fans the , Tihnan Gilpin, who was just He is a Gertrude Martin onery hound, fevered brow of pain, that croons starting out with a special across The meanest cuss that ever was Susie Cabel a lullaby through the phics, that tie K. & I. bridge. He invited Who thinks its smart to go around Mary Leat moves the majestic ships through me to go which I did. Aud tells the kids there's no Reeca Biooks wind will snatch the sea that Tins hridge spanning the Ohio Ethel Payne Santa Clause. a your new Si.qT straw hat from fiver, near the foot of Thirtv-hr.- t "How wo'jld you classify a tele- Pearl Purcell your head and run it in the dust street was dedicated Novem- phone girl? ' asiced the old fogey. Annie Mae Sargent Dr. E. B. Dish man, of of the street. twentv-seventh- . ber This being "Is hers a business or a profess- Mattie Owens young a When unusually warmed, wind he first train to Bertha Bustle cro3s the bridge. ion?" dentist and Eleventh district demo becomes hot air. This variety Ve left the seventh street station "Neither." r plied his friend. Roberta Brown crat was here last week looking of wind is most helpful to book shortly Blaneh Howell Main Street after ten o clock. When "It is a calling " alter some business matters and agents, insurance solicitors, cardi-date- s the tiain started across it was Orlie Ponder 1744 incidentally putting in a few works and gentlemen who wuut greeted bv Ada Ward shrieking locomotive 107; in behalt of his candidacy for the to borrow money. whistles on both shores of the Ella Harp 556S collectorbhip lor this district. En Annie Cass man river and a number ofstearabaats 1175 Wanted: An industrious democrats of this end of the The on the river while the dense Emily Sutton 1798c district from every judication are to represent one o' the most ex Brodhead Graded School 1359 of Home throng of people that filled the going to line up for the Doctor tensive manufactuiers Belle Kincer streets and lined the banks 14602 for the appointment. The other Remedies. Spices, Extracts, Soaps Birdie Johnson. Toilet Articles, Perfumes, Stock cheered heartily. 3231 Eleventh dinner aspirant is.lndge Thomas Shannon, oldest engiFlorence Harris 01 10 Ben Smith, ot Somerset, vbo is and Poultry Preparations in Rock Delora Bovd if 741 castle or adjoining Counties. neer in the service was at the asking the support of the Demo The constant aim of the officers and Ollie Brock throttle. On the north side we 1025 employes of this bank are: crats because ot what he has done Representative must furnish suitEvery new subscriber to the able conveyance. Large profits tarried awhile, and then returned &fo BM t$mt mgnal gets for the party. The Ju.ige made a TO PROMOTE the interest of custom-er- a 1000 votes and everv to the Kentucky side. Near W$6 just as they endeavor to promote Adsplendid record when in the recent and a permanent position. renewal 500 &isws i.a3ortant in tho:-of the bank : Thirtieth and High Streets wTe Nothinjr Is more contest he prsisted in running for dress The American Remedy Co., TO DR ALL THEY CAN to make the left the train to hear speeches t3 the home than clear, steady licht. DRIVES OFF A TERROR. Congress, purely for a selfisn and Tiffin, O. Insure this by gelling the oil ttiat dealings of depositors agreeable and by Lieut Gov. E. J. McDermott. The chief executioner of death burns clear and clean without a profitable to them ; personal gain, to the detriment of COULD SHOUT FOR JOY. flicker down to the last drop. in the winter and spring months is Mayor W. O. Head, General B. Pennsylvania crude oil refined to the party and district; when he TO CONTRIBUTE to their enterprises "I wanted to thank you from H. Young and other prominent perfection. pneumonia. Its advance agent forethe conservative Costs no more than the was no possible chance rhe bottom of my heart," wrote C. knew there are colds and grip. In an attack sight and timely counsel which a kind saves MONEY saves by one of these maladies no time jor his election; over the protest B. Rader, of Lewisburg, W. Va , men. At the close of the soeeche- WORK saves eyes. strong bsnkean properly bestow; Your dealer h is SOUTH Oil, iu should be lost in taking tile best half the democrats of "for the wonderful double benefit I employes of the K. & I. System of at least barrels direct from our works. got from Electric Bitters, iu curing a gold watch, set with medicine obtainnble to drive it off. the district and when he knew me of both a severe case of sjotn-ach- presented THE PEOPLES BANK Chas. C. Stoil OH Co. Countlesg thousands have found a large diamond to the retiring as well as any man in the district trouble and of rheumatism, this to he Dr. King's New DiscovLouisville, Ky. II that if he continued in the race it trom which I had been an almost superintendent who is recognized r y ery. Refinery at Yv'arren, Pa. "M3 husband believes it has H kept him from having pneumonia cclebratrd BANK WITH only insured the return of Ca'eb helpless sufferer for ten years. It as the man who got the bridge M We sell the Auto Oil. "No M Carb" jB suited my case as thoug'i made for Louisville. or times,' writes Mrs thee Powers to Congress, to dishonor lust for me." For dyspepsia, indi This bridge is what has been Georpre W Place, Rawsoville, Vt.. U. G. BAKER, President. and disgrace the district for gestion, jaundice, and to rid the "and fcr coughs, colds and croup needed for some time. General That record system of kidney poisons that J.P.E. DRUM.MOND, Vice.-Preanother two years. we have never found its equal " Young was president ol the old v.iay entitle him to endorse others cause rheumatism. Electric bitF.L.THOMPSONJr., Cashier. Guaranteed tor all bronchial affecTry them, Kentucky and Indiana Bridge is ters have no equal. for post office but he certainly tions. Price 50 cts. and $1 00. CLAUDE C COX.Ass't. Casrr Every bottle is guaranteed to sat and Railroad Company which Trial bottle free at Chas. C. Davis'. no't entitled to any of the fat of isfy. Only 5octs at Chas. C. Davis' built the first bridge. The cost the land himself ot this bridge was two millions of GOOD ROADS AND C. FEUD QWGBt iSELSEF We're coming Father Woodrow dollars. EXPERT WATCH MAKER EDUCATION. thousand strouy; a hundred By the use of SWANSGN'5 What shall be done bv the IN THE DISTRICT COU RT OF us out sixteen years they've kept raacv rciS?vKaSkBa3I E&B Kh l " SteiL fnajw Yes. I know you can see better K li r itV-THE UNITED STATES. too long; we're hungry and we're people of dear old Rockcastle in with a pair of my perfect the near future? Let me mention thirsty, but manna you'll supply fit glasses BecSeaegfc sr&ac&x&Saccaea from messenger to cabnet heads a few of the advancements on For tub Eastern District of All work guaranteed. lines that have 5heimsii5sm, Lumhagn? ' we will surely fly; we've waited educational COX BROS. STORE Kentucky, in Bankruptcy. . r-,-v.rScBstioay Gout? RtQui'afigfa? and we've waited to hear the big developed in the last eighteen Mt. Vernon had one $50.00 TO 5100.00 A MONTH horn Mow; and now we feast on years. It in a preparation for Vth internal and exter. For your spare time Experience not need- school room which provided In the matter .vea quicr relief to the suOferer. nal use A p.enfcy while others eat and crow; I 11T... !! iSP4"1!. VA of 1 bankrupt. Appliedthat V aslswaly, is st. s a'l Taken Snt rnclly. it dissolves th! S.!EoncSr ' ? introduce us to your friends. We pay and now from Main to Texas, seating capacity for about one Joe H. Dickersun j KMHBBMHBHHBH Eubstanco , nil assists nature in ro'tonnff tha largest cash benefits when sick, injured to a you'll hear our battle cry we're hundred and twenty five pupils On this qth. day of Dec , A. D., systemDollarncalthy condition. Sold by Druaobts. and at death, for smallest cost. One per bottlp, cr sent prepaid upon reand offer to first apKy coming Father Woodrow we're all in one 00m, located in the 1912, on considering the petitio ceipt of price if nut obt?..iablo in your locality. plicant from this place. Write quick for- - I I spot in the d'strict and rockiest particulars. SWANSO!! .coming for our pie. of the aforesaid bankrupt for dts 158 Lake Street, RHEUMATIC CIT.E C2HPAHY Chicago THE 835. Covington. Ky. looked after by one teacher and charge, filed on the 22nd day of During the week preceding sometimes the teacher would have COMPLETE LINE FILLS Christmas the officials of the the assistance of some of the April, A. D. 19 12, it is ordered Remedy for Constipation, Sick Coffins, Caskets and Robes, When vour feet ate wet and cold postoffice find a congestion of older pupils. Now my dear reader by the court that a hearing be Best Headache, Sour Stomach, Belching and and your body chilled through and Mail, Telegraph or Tele- - g business almost impossible to let me push back the potah, "to had upon the same on the 14th LivorTroubles. 25cPeri3c?:ctDruegIsta through from exposure, take a big phone orders Promptly Landle. says a metropolitan tx to speak; and let you look at Mt day ot January A. D., 1913. before dose of Chamberlain's Cough &i IE said court at Covington, in said Remedy, bathe your feet in hot change and this is also true of Vernon from au educational stand Filled. district at 10 o'clock, iu tl e EZQSsSy &RS3 QsiUckUy Hea.tiet water before going to bed, and von offices. There are point at present, and what do the country are almost . certain . to ward oh a , . Thoso necessary delays which can not you find nestled in the confines of forenoon, or as near thereto as Kczcma. rStSifeW frcm or who pi.n. revere cold. For sale by Chas. C nT it xjfWAV- tirnta practicable, and that notice s pius oilier 8Kin he helped and which must be ex- our little city. First you will see yc&yc : c&3&yx:y ycXortky&-Voeruptions unow uavio. thereof be published in The Its miseries. ' The same is also true a Graded School well equipped cused. - ci . 'I he) oia no ofsufcriae.ou companies. with all modern conveniences, Mt. Vernon Signal, a newswith the express can easily ac &nsr.ia232 rid of It by u Christmas buying early relieves that furnishes an education to the paper printed in ard district, and simple and J: oxpon3(Tp rrr:-the situation somewhat, if Christ-tnu- s poorest child in the district all known creditors and othi r oration Knov;n aatoufftvo-Dropersons in interest may appear at S.iho. It a away. gifts are to be sent witho.tt one cent extra cost to the said time and plae and show coni- nounrtod olnt- ment that fr fifGOin' through the presents ye parent in many instances. Second cause, if any the3' have, why the teen prayer of said tw&t'dggtfEE&RH. provenyears has should its vahicas Editor received last year he found I want to call your aftentio. to uot be granted. petitioner n snnthlnfr. honl Cost the hog raiser millions of dollars last yeae and nothing short of vaccination InK remedy forccxema, pimples, running sores. Brown Memorial School which wouitcs, that he had three books from ad the Witness the Honorable A. M end 8Ci:o. ounis, salt r::eum, trill usually piles i seemed to offer the slightest promise o . c uve. A single application glrc 1 hi burnlnp. Irritating u suirin' friends and that each book is certainly a great sorce of edu- J. Cochran, Judge of said Oour, Immediate ivllcf.6Clsldes quickly and tliu sores dry mXi Prevention, however, is the logical solution of the question. Dr. Hss. (M.D , D.V.S.) girls- of our town and the seal thereof, cation for the ' disappear. at London Ye had thr fly leaf ton out. p has always maintained that by giving Dr. Hess Stock Tonic to tone up and strengthen every The Is now put up in 25 Satve end 50 cent Uickaires and sold Oy nearly all Editor );- - not superstitious or and connty, and third. The Welsh-Morro- in said district, on the 9th day of druggists. If UHtiotobtalnaUltttnyourlocnlltr l! organ inthe system, to regulate the bowels, liver and kidneys, expel worms ; and also thoroughly Dec, A.. D. 191 2. School conducted bj you cai ordor direct from. Bwanson It. 0. Co, ' particular, but he has a kind of disinfect the premises, sleeping quarter and runs with Dr. Hess Dip and Disinfectant, would 1G3 Lake St., Chlcaco. III., aud It will bo sent poet J. W. Menzies, Clerk. which paiu upon recoips tw pneo. it 13 an execuouf skeaking idee that them books Miss Ida Mae Adams, prevent an outbreak of this disease. remedy for 3cvatilou3 aSoctlons, cracked. sIUr By Geo C. Moore. D. C school I must say has done no little and scalp huuicrs. had been used for Christmas part in raising the standard of Read what one of the big hog raisers in the country says : presents before. Evidently from ' During 1911 our country was visited by one of the worst hog plagues ever known, our teachers throug "out the county eea we fed Dr Hess Stock Tonic, and only lost two head out of a herd of two hundred and With these great strides toward ten." Alex. Nevius, Modes ta, 111. Lum) Lulo girls are working advancement so plain for us to see Also note what bulletin No. 182 of the Kanssas State College says the swi'ch board in Baltimore, W are compelled "o s ty that we 0et. a9 about preventing hog holera: but that's nothing we know where have a spirit of enterprise and progression ablaze within us B "When we recall the conditions which favor the disease and the manner in which its infection lots of deaf ones are employed. takes place, it will be seen that feeding and caring of hog has much to do with the prevention of the Now as I have already said it is 09t Cholera. Premises shonld he cleaned and disinfected regularly. The hogs themselves should be dipped s Christmas comes but once a year; perfectly plain to all of us that, we SOtt.i every few weeks. Maintaining thes's conditions helps to keep np the vitality of the hog and in this way 06r oo troublss of all kinds are warded off. To aid digestion and circulation and to prevent worms, the bulletin Trite the words, but true. have made great advancements, fio ...OfS reeommeuds a formula of Wood charcoal, Sulphur, Salt, Sodium Bicarhonate, Sodium Sulphate, Sodium If it came, sav twics or more why, not lets turn See.,. Hyposulphate and Black Anttm o QOa.. Scott! What would we do? our minds and hearts to roads Thisformula. given in tablespoonful doss would undoubtedly be benefice! but would cost the hog raiser about 00 is vasUy superior and has stood Now is the Time to buy your toilet DBOS 10c per pound. Now compare this with the formula for Dr. Hess Stock Tonic which an 1 sea what can be accomplished years. the test of 20 QUAS&IA. Digestive & General Tonic. Expels Worms. let me in my hutnnle way picture So.. CULPEPPER Sirr iNGS articles of all kinds as COLGATE NUX VOMICA. Digestive and Nerve Tonic. ga a-i- y :. 11. 7 I ,.... .... iti.. ...u jj dB9I is'i" J v hn . I iah dnr-nh-w- I "8 Bsrdsell v 8,," l a f fII II ii u u n Q .1 u -- low-down- SOLD BY North WW Bar-boursvil- le. JOE NOE Our Aims e 1 Lam3 Eyes tank-xvak'- e I f USUI s. fo-i- r J. MOORE Optician S A ...w.. JlKM.NVIL.lEL UVVINC.O UNDERTAKER $ f 1 - 1 SWASOfS ... Free-Insuran- ce Cash-Bon- us Brodhead -U I nnf?.--- -- n- ?$ i I I it-jzzi- . ( 1 THE HOG CHOLERA SCOURGE OF rinc-wor- I I Inflate-nmtlo- - Five-Dro- 1 I anti-i-pug- s. ttMii(i(iiiit(t((iiieiii)t a9eca9cQtfi9- IChas.C. Davisil THE DRUGGIST, says & COMPANY has given him special instructions how to show a complete -. ) to you a fine Graded School with eoM "The train struck a man and all the equipments pertaining thereto, where all the different A9oi. injured him ieverely," . "Was the man on the track"? grades are taught by some 5 or 60s.. 0O. 'He was. Nj engineer, I trust, 6 teachers in reach of every child Ooa would run the train into the in the county some will say it can't be done but I take the woods after a man." position that it can be done by CO"I see they have put a sounding ' ,. board at the back of the ministers having good roads, we can c . said Baron. "What do'solidate the district and hay J school wagons, thus placing eve.y SO.. ou suppose that's for?" Colorado, CO... 'Why, its to p'Mld on an equal. Egbert replied: 0M ' SULPHATE OF IRON, Blood Builder & Exp-il- Worms. COMMON SALT, Appetizer. Expels Worms. NITRATE OF POTASH, Acts upon the Kidueya. FENUGREEK, Tonic and Aromatic. s SULPHATE OF sODA,Laxative & acts upon theLiver. EPSOM SALTS, Laxative, CHARCOAL. Prevents ISoxious Gases. J Ce. o.. Ce. -. toilet articles to l'ne of the, most scrutinizing customer. ready-to-us- e aOO 09 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. jj-mtlD- it" PHONE 39 ttO 0 oa OS 83. CHAS. C. DAVIS - throw out the sound". "Gracious", miu Baron, "If you throw out the sound there wouldea't be anything left of the sermon 11 Indiana and several other states tit.0,. have dotie this and they find that 9ac. .. eve-- y time thev spend one dollar to broaden education it brings a.. back to them several. The better ' . ......- ........... So,lS9M' ,) MT. VERNON, KY. known. Also dip one of the foremost coal will permit, and you will have no loss from disease. when the weather Of Tonic Dr. Hess Stock sleeping quarters with a Sprinkle the runs and Dr. Hess Dip and Disinfectant your with this tar, creosote disinfectants hogs solution of solution ;; ;;? JONAS McKENZIE, 251b Tall $l.Co. loo lbs S3. 00 deler MT. VERNON, KY. S t '(t- - "' " '. . I - JumujKTmyrr? jm ua i KttTrisrrcmmrrvr-mmT'n- a u i - . MT. VERNON SIGNAL Mt. Vernon, ) 1 1 Remember the Graded School T mu.ical at the building this fj FUESESKSJKTJ !i rassaaraggza ftrTrali .! J rn 4 'f?"TJffft''l A -- Kym Dec. 13, 1912 , ''So. 70 wnen ::. t w pmltoJommunl. vfl Wltn HlUNAb McBee Sutton quarters foe men and 3 nishings goods. & are head Boys r -- J -- A " "" 1 - " . fur- - HSSl tSj A fell W VT3 5E2EE3EB2aSBSSa3SSaESJJE3SS2EES2: m tnstpnd nf Northbound passenger train is now due at Mt. Vernon at 4:09 p. j I IE j Ss'si5Srfcr virr mimkcmmmm,im MiijasBBxdj!mafl -I 4 fv"---. tt in, irf)a&Ba.Aaaau; a'a( U Louisville a. Nashville R R.Co. We are offering some bargains in Ladies cloaks. Sutton & McBee. , glfe ' ' The Young Peoples Missionary., Society' will not meet tonight. A H$ 4.46 p m 22 ucrtn meeting will probably be held 24 nortn 3:53 a m early Dext week. 11:38 am 93 south Five years from todiv Rock- 2L South 12:19 am J as. Landrum, Agent. castle county will be the greatest cement center in the United' Phone No. 8. States. Eetnetnber the prediction. TIME TABLE. o aa. TMAS'.. . itw 4f'naaitiy jhuhjm S3EIEEE2E8SE: RL 2 zjkpt-ri. j frsi n CKR13TMASSHOPP JU 1 ftVS ' '7 a H'S Join the I I ibe'ety of Prevention of fcjseiess giving and MAKE YOUR SELECTIONS HERE Our store has been headquarters for 25 years for useful Holiday Gifts Look over the suggestions we offer Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postdffice mail matter. as second-clas- s PERSONAL Mrs. Bob Ping. is very sick. Br. Walker Owens is on the Mi's. .Jeue Bloomer one of the sick list this week. oldest women Hung in the county Brack Durham was here from died last week at her home at Brodhead Tuesday. Wabd, of Paralysis. She was 81 Little Edna Davis has been years old and was sick one week. very sick during the week. Card of Thanks: We wish to which' has been so extend our sincere thanks and Our little one very sick is abouf well egain. appreciation to our friends and joe McKenzie has moved to the neighbors who stood by us in the S3 recent illness and death of Hus Parrott property on West Main. Mics Eva Moorej. of Berea, is band and Father, J. N. GrifHn. Wife and Children. the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Hugh "Miller. For Sale: As administrator W.. .Brown was in of the estate of the late John M Atty. J. Louisville from Wednesday until Smith, I desire to sell three shar" s i of stock of the Bank of Mt. Ver M yesterday. Address, Dr. and Mrs. R. W. Dyche and non. A small child of William Hv singer was badly burntd about, the arm and body, Dr. CbestfutiK reports the .'Hie fellow doing nicely. tor GLOVES SWEATERS then come and see for yourself the good and useful presents for men. women and children Men :0j .. For Boys $1 to .no For Girls $1. COATS $2 50 to $6. .50c and $1. . . )uC ! or Women RAIN COATS SILK HOSE KID GLOVES HAND DAGS SHIRT-WAIST. OVERCOATS XECKWRAR $3. to .... $2.50 to $7 50 50c to $1. HANDKERCHIEFS FUR CAPS MUFFLERS ac to 50c to $1.50 25c to 50c 25c to 50c 50c 50c up. 1 SILK SCARFS.... AVIATION CAPS . WOOL SWEATERS, TESS-TEDD 5Cc FINE CAPS GLOVES ODD PANTS SI. 50c to 2. -- ,50c to $3.00 25c to $1.00 - J ewe Iry ,jia,-- -ti si. to $1.50 SHOES .Jy2 to $3. j SHIRTS SI- - up Su nxrx7-.zcrnr-rwmvi- i I'rftmjujwr-- ry t s - Wunderhose aimmragcir; j e w e 1 ry THE EARLY CHRISTMAS SHOPPER GETS THE PLUMS SO DON'T BE LATE. START - LOOK FOR THE SIGN OF THE FISH wgraa.TcrsvTCM tt- HERE WITH YOUR SHOPPING AND COME EARLY r.msi.i-us- IN THE !i DAY. - trrreai MAIL ORDERS filled promptly with T"t- - fi i feitfe At j-- SHOP EARLY rAi2far little daughter were down from London Sunday. Mrs. G. B. Lawrence spent a portioe ot the week with her sister Mrs. James Marat. Edd Fish. ?on of the late ludge John Pish, was here from Williams-fciir- g a day or two last week. Fred Baker, son of Mr. and Mrs. V. G, Baker, has been numbered among the sick the past week. Dr. M. Pennington was here this week and expects to be permanently located here by Jan. 1 Thomas Rider was called to Texas on account of the illness of Ihis son. He expects to return as soon as possible. .Elmer Rector has finished four years service in the U. S. Navy and is visiting his troher Lee Proctoi near Buckeye. John and W. M. Hysinger werei iu town yesterday returning from a trip over the county looking for stoJc They say they have never inown such a scarcity of stock iu ihe county as at present. in-law Jacob Sambrook Louis-il- le bet values a s'-i 433 South 20th. St., Dec 13 3t. Ky. in stock and WE PAY EXPRESS ANYWHERE ', .v -- , end you will get Better Service Select Gilts Now and We'll DiMitr Them Anytime. Y..UI- - 1 1 ments of our three banks, which $ THE HOME Of GOOD CLOTHES are spienaia snowmgs lor eacn 01 wm the institution. Twelve years ago not a bank in the county, now Heavy underwear for this heavy-winte- r QUARTERLY REPORT I'.ve-- y family has need of a good. i WITHERS TVtoi Vt,; three good ones, and this tells only -at Fish's, of course. Report of the condition of The eliab'e liniment. For sprains, a small part of the story of what Set. Peoples Bank, doing business at State of Kentucky ..fiises. soreness of the and rheu-Mr- s A smallchild of Charley Lovell's County of Rockcastle j progress the county has made in Wilson Baker is verv Lav nntic pains there is none better was burned Monday. Dr. Laswtll the tow of Alt. Vernon, County Wo 0. C. Williams and W. L. with ChamberHn's. Sold that dozen years. The story that Mis., Jjan pneumonia fever. of Eockcastlo, State of Kentuckx reports it doing very nicely. CbaS' C Dnvls- Richards President and Cashier of will tell, every the next twelve Price spent Saturday ar.d .it tho clost; of business on 26 He'll be pleased with his Xinns day the above named Bank, do Sundav with hnmefolks at Levd indication points, will be of Nov. 1912. LAUGH oleinr.ly swear that the above WOrld gift before he cuts the string it greater in the past. Y0'J' the package bears the signature statement is true to best of our quiellv no som WEE.Y0U WECP but w, Loans and Lisco mts Mr. Nelse 'Griffin, one of our oi the Fish. 66.631 35 knowledge and belief. ALNE iare Thankful all the same. j Overdrafts secured . oldest and most honored citizens ' C. C. Williams, CHESTNUT SHINGLES. Messrs Otto and Oharlie Brown,! BIFF! BIFF! BIFF, the Great and unsecured died at his home at Maretburg 1.94.7 62. President of Fun is of Level Gr.een, a few das American MaSazne Write me for prices on the Due from Hanks 15,648 43 Saturday after an illness of only W.L.Richards, with reiatives t this lace makinc greater strides than any "Waddle" make of! Cash on hand a few weeks. ' Mr, Griffin went famous 4.700 57 Cashier rrv,m n.r..,n k,.,. rv.,. other magazine before the Ameri. Banking House, Furni '"j "'" winuiCi' South a lew- - weks ago to speud a shingles. Best hingles made. Subscribed and sworn to before Alullins "a""' It is a maga- very sick fur a can public today. H. II. Wood, ture and Fixtures 8.061 19 short time with his son, and was me this iolh. day ot December few davs. zwo tuat WI l tieeP tne wnoie fami- Wildie, Kj taken seriously- - ill "He was adv.22-4- t 1912. My Commission Expires Victor Price mvle a living trin ly in a sod humor- - The staff of Total 5,6,939 16 brought to his home and gi en . A. ..a&&. Elder A. C. Griffith has just reJu, 2 19 14. A. B Furnish. Why? Bifi contains the gteaiebi anisis, to Liivingst.i Sjtnd.iv. everi attention possible, but his turned from Harlan county where , LIABILITIES Notary Pu'-IicMr and Mr. J B. Singleton caricaturists, critirs and editors on of the he has been preaching for the past age and the Capital Stock paid It is highly are the proud pi .nts of a giri!on the continent. attack was too great a strain upon .six weeks. He will preach at in, iTTATJTTTTTT rl m illustrated and. printed in many UUrtniflRUI Knrurii in cash $20,000 OO baby, Hazel -- Mr Mrs Jd him and gradually he grew worse Tyrone Lincoln county, Saturday Ro ort of the condition of The Owens and Ip Surplus Fund 1,300 00 Wendell coIors- - Tt win keeP tfac whole until the end came. night aud Sunday. Elder Griffith Undivided Profits. Citizis Bank, doing business spent Th.i K. t .U Ukl... u'.- - .family cheerful the year round- t Rrr . rrt n O Mr. Griffin was the father of a speaks very highly of the Harlan . 4n. emrmJt at the town of Brodhead, County -- Wedding ben ire rmgu.g in less expenses and 7.K" clipping Xthic large family, being one of the county people and says he was to LOCAL . and taxes paid 1,193 IO f Rockcastle, State of Kentucky this vicinity, Oue.ss Mr. aud - oc todav to The Biff- PnhHsIvntr largest if not the largest in the never given a more cordial greeting at the ckne of business on 2G day Mrs. John Grihin have returned Co. Dayton. Ohio. for one Deposits ye?r i Franklin's new shop can furnish county. The burial took place in and better hearing than in subect to of November 1912. .--w from Missouri. Tney spent tv,--- subscription. Maretburg cejnetery. checK ad3t the 64,496 oG you a watch of any make. Harlan. RESOURCES weeks there, and report a vei Time (15. 59S.II Loans and Discounts A small child of William Patten WOMAN BEGS TO SPEND VTTT'.TJTTTVJf.i flB M'P VI?DVflM Deposits j $39,130 36 enjoyable timi. Will some one' Madam, Read McCalTs died last week of whooping cough. Overdraft?, secured FUND IN TRUST TO DEplease tell us why Mr. Mu' Bills Payable ASSOCIATION. FAIR 10,000 00 FEND WARD. and unsecured 5?3 08 Green, of .Madison, trades so You can find lots ot Xmas pres-etrtThe Fashion Authority I would like to have a meeting Lizzie LaFollette., guardian of of the directors of the Mt. Vernon Total 98; much aioand Mullins Static..? $96.989 16 Due from Binks at Sutton &. McBee's such .'IcCALL'S u a larse. artistic, hand Cash on hand j Warran R. Sanders, 20, filed a Fair Association Tuesday Dec. i7 State of Kentucky ) 3.6J3 33 (We "''11 suspicion someiim g i' siraely illuitrnted as ties, scarfs, jewelry etc. mootklr Rlagaiinfl that is adding to the s Banking House, Furnithey don't). Jnllie Baker w!.o PetUion in Circuit Court yesterday at l 0coc . as there is b0me work Connty.ot Rockcastle'j Set. aud efficiency of 1. 100,000 Roy Baasley and others ars month. women ach We U. G. Biker F L. ture and Fixtures " 4 847,56 ha i been s ck for so long is no Km h tssuo I brimful of fashions, flncr-- n ulaunine a combination stock sale spend poron, or all, of his es- - that must he attended to at once Thompson Jr., Prtsident and r. Interrxitin short stories, and scores ZT better. We are s'unewh it sur a I would like lor all the directors nf l.ilxir ya In? and Ideas . . lor Mt. Vernon about Mch. 15. for u uuien. There are mora than SO of Cashier of the above turned Bank j tate in defending n.tm in a criminal 3t prised to hear of Wi'hs Ct:mmin tlio iifuet ilpsisns of tho celebrated to be present. Yours. McCALI. PATTERNS in each Usue. spending Sundav near Dud lev. Get fitted with spectacles at prosecution now pending against LIABILITIES. Ciias C. Davis. Pres. do solemuh swesr fc'iat the above JIcPVIJ. PATTERNS are famous for t .e, ilt. simplicity and economy. Only t statement U tru.- to the best of Capital Stock paid Miss Ida Mullens Vpsnt Thanks Franklin's new shop, so youcan him She says-thaher ward is lj cents each. One of the grandsons has just our knoAl-d- e The publihers of McCAUS will spend ai .1 belief. giving with her cousins Victoria, inspect vour Christmas presents ja the Rockcastle County jail, a fc thou.iniM of dolLir extra in thecominc in, in cash $15,000 00 months in order to Iceep McCALL'S head adv-3- t U G. i'.AKEK, jgiven and received. an,d Dora Mnllin- .- We haveoniy Mount Vernon. Ky., awaiting received photo copies from crayon and ttmtiter3 above all other women's Undivided 1 in .sazinc at any price. However. .pictures of Gen. Vjlliam Smith President, nrnhf t? Inei? vTe ?IcLI.'S is only 50c a year: positively Marrinue lirense were ssued iiaionacuBrgeoiwrgefv. 145 59 three weeks ot School leit. mirth $1.00. nd his wife Ana Smit. nja(Je expenses ) F. L, TiOM!'Si)N, Jr ,,lh.i'e had a very successful one Yin nlT Slr Abt One Mtrfl fiHtrn Frf "I.. TTCtN- tn Oliootor w..w.v.. anil t Mrs. LaFollette Bays that the IU VUV.Jli.1 Stitioltrn LU about the year 1842, seventy-fiv- e and taxes ") Cash-.Gr- . from vour first copy of JIcCALL'S. If you e estate belonging to her this year taught by Protestor Gianville Joe Anne Adams; MibHribe quickly. 29 333 27 Subscribed and sworn to b.fore paid ward, now in her possession, is y?s ago. Mrs, Mary Miller had Dickerson,-- of Livingston Fred 7TE KcCAtt C0HPA.NT. 235 Wesi 37li St. SwTirk ) nins.s and Laura Scott; W Deposits not seen the original pictures for me this 9th. dv 01 Dec. 113. NOTE A!cior afire copy of Mnllins visited on White Oak Blanton; John $186.15 and thathehasno other subject to") McAdams to I nrr prvm am catalozue. Simple copy and patsixty years but readily iecogni?ed Commi.-sjtern ca!alo2ue also free on requett. My means. Young Sanders, she deSunday nig it. Expires Jan. cbeok Rowe to Liza Renner.. clares, who will be tried at the the copies when shown her. 11, 19:2. Anna E. Miller, Demand J 37.75372 Regular meeting .of the Tanuary term of the Rockcastle Mrs Miller was one of Gen. The Notary Public. Certificates ) of Deposit J 8 421.45 Woman's Club will bt held tfci.s .Court, is confident that he-- , can Smith's favorite grandchildren. Dec, 13) at establish his innoense by corn- - Among the- - Smith descendants afternoon (Frida QUARTERLY REPORT. Total $52,899 31 the home of three o'clock at Qnt witnesses if he can obtain living in Rockcastle today grand) Set. Report of the condition of The State of Kentucky Mrs. .. T.W.Brown. iue. tlome an attorney to handle his case children. Mrs Mary Miller, and Bank ot Mt. Vernon, doing (ju.-- i County of Rockcastle ) Department will have Economics She states that she has no money James Maret; We R. H. Hatum and A. M. ciiaige and all members of the ot her own to help him, declares Mrs Jones Fish, Mts W. M. ness at the town of Mt. Vernon. Oab are invited to be prtsseut. that an attorney is necessary for Jones, M. J. and Hugh Miller; County of Rockcastle, State ot!Hiatt President and Cashier of the Anna Kentucky at theclo.se of busine-- s above named Bank, do solemnly an adequate Tie first Open Meeting of the c court orderdefense and aska for May McKensie and Hugh Millers on 26th day of November 19 12,. swear tfya.t np ahoye statement is permitting her to Woman's Club was held last Fri fnue to the hest o.' our knowledge RESOURCES spend all or part of the 8186.15 children; the children of M. J. day evening at the Masonic Hall und belief. Miller; Walter H. Miller and Dr Loans and Discounts $81,700 36 defending him. with Mrs. W. J. Sparks, Mis. in R. H. Hamm, Will Jones, brothers and sisters, of Overdrafts, secured P.ln Rmwri and Miss Mat tfill- - In her petition, she expressed Wildie. President. Gei.. Smith and wife 4,221 00 s hntPsses. The room was complete confidence that her are burned in Mt. Vernon's and unsecured A. M. Hiatt, Due from Banks ward is innocent; of th.e charge 16,302 44 made mostattractive with potted' Caahiev, cemetery under old Cah on hand ls waiwng irmi Elmwpod3614 03 plants and a short program added uPon wnic Svibsprihed and sworn to before fashioned tombs in the" extreme Banking Hoqse, Eujnj: Lexington Herald. of the evening tto the pleasure mc this 7 day of December 1912. Prof. Prescott, of the University of Ari 5 This is the- - same young gentle- - South part of cemetery next to ture and Fixtures Miss Daisy Fish read Mrs. E. B. My Commission Expires March Main. street nearly opposite Michigan, testified before the Pure Browning's "Cry of the Children" ' man who. by false representations, Griffins old mill. 4th 1 9 14 John Robins 106,2 s8 68 Total Food Committee of Congress, that the as an introduction to the subject sec: red a horse from L. T. Stew-o- f Notary Public him to Jackson county, LIABILITIES Tub Bullock once told 01' the Child Welfare Exhibit art, rode acid of grapes held highest rank as which was described by Miss Mc- - and svas trying to sell the horse Cull that all he knows could be Capital Stoclc paid "I had been troubled wih con-- , article of food and he regarded the reCord and Mr. J. W. Brown. A When caught Uy Mr. Stewart, printed on a postage stamp ir in, in cpsh 15,000 00 stipation for tvo ypars and tried and read- - When Mr. Stewart, who is pne pf display type without cancelling Surplus Fund sults from baking with cream of tartar etory by Miss 6,ooo oo all of the best physicians in Bristol most reputable citizens in fche t!)e statnp Some day3 afterward LTndivided Profits, less ings by Miss Watson and Miss Ida the r4vnnM and they could do nothing baking powder as favorable to health for me, " writea Thos. E. Williams, completed the pro- - county, tells his story to a. Rock-gra- Cull thought th,e matter over, got expenses and taxes May Adams 'Middteboro, Ky "Two packages During the 'Social hours castle county jury, we doubt if real.mad,andir: Tub ha'd been paid i,o5 13 ol chamberlain's Stomach and Royal is the only Baking Powder made. ' which followed, a delicious supper Sanders finds it so easy .to prove in hearing might have heard Deposits subject to Liver Tablets cured me." For from Royal Grape Cream, of Tartar some-roug- h his innocense. .talk. was served. check 84,200 56 sale by Chas. C. Davis. In thisjissue appears the state on Orders of 5 or over. J mmmmmmsmma 1 -? . by-Ka- tie , ten-fol- d RE-URCE- S - , ; h-.s- I -- - T TT-t-- v a-i- d j ! I i-- I ! i V I -- I & 100-pa- hmppi-no- a-i- d snoney-savin- z 52-89- 9 - 1(1 n.-- jen-(entir- fs-a- t McCALUS-ood- w-i o 1 - gieat-grand-childr- dren Royal OWDER Meiifol caliliBlofclMd - f an m. tU n :3 FADD J "ft 1 " 4' EDUCATION KW BLjMuJ xvall of u-t- o ir-.cx The H:;i:is crd tlie digested ford: in the dhncntcry ccnal pass through the vhr Lid. d. This prctess is called absorption and takes place the cs.icl chiefly ilis basail intcLitie. Alter ubsorption the blood carries the food througn the bva?, u..d each tc'.l takes irom the blood the food it needs. A pure from bloedrcot, mandrake, stone, queen's root and golden glyceric c?;trcot-.a- J seel end sold by drufctisfj for the past forty years under the name of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical "Ci:.ecv?ry, (fives uniformly excellent results as a tonic to help in the sssirniiaiici. cf the food snd in the absorption by the blood of the food it requires,. Eradicate the poisons from the blood wi.h this alterative cxtrcct which docs :c.' chriuk the white blood corpuscles, becauic containing no alcohol or ether injurious injjreaicnts. Ilius tnc boaycan be built up strong to resist disease. This is a tonic taken from hTtteri' garden (hat builds up these weakened by disease. itrce, founder of the Jnvsl:c3 tlotel at JJunnlo, , N.Y.. hps received many letters similar to the following : J? JL.-.-'- IS WAJSB HOW THE SCHOOL RALLY WILL HELP Awakens New The Most Profitable Farming in the AND SUCCESS World Is I W & U. - VERNON DjISJET CD. X PRACTICAL UNDERTAKERS FUNERAL DIRECTORS, tZ 'AND S Enthusiasm In The Farmer the Children's Condition. IT MAKES THEM ALL THINK. Ap 'J2 . VMT'v' ! I take srrcat R. MliKRO. of Paradise, N. S., writes: ' ;!c i my cae ml its cure. In Septxsn- 'a Tit mr yo'i sis s dreadful ct n- I L:n .rasb.t4iwih TtrwoUZ 7V.v, v.t.ch lu me in dition. 1 was weuk, run down, ntrvoas end '.vats reduced to a mere .jr 2 Ufi. lr. d most everyth.Bfr 1 could tret butnouiingdid me V. j v' : to try Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical u .ir.ul, v.l it. I was. ail vi-AJirtovr.. aiui 'Pl.iaant Pellets,' which I did. Before I had used ono 1 sjn a impAsviiwnt and when 1 had used this treatment Pellets,' I returned to n mom i ,. i iiiir. fiilv si sew viaU f , . !n: '. .'!'i i . ir.uut fin I vunte !o cxpre.3 my thankful nueo fc-.Liuiuiu- i- 1 .idvir all m..iucr.i mi writaw Dr. R. V. .o.iu..!ui i'lercc, S3 lie cures when others fail." HT'-rn- ro I ! J prft 'Pl.-r.3u.- i u As an Old Farmer Said, "I Believe Thi Is the Most Important Lot of Young Stock That's Ever Been Exhibited." Did the Investment Pay? A little over n year apo a man who saw possibilities in the pleasures and enthusiasm of child life decided to invest some money. He had seen iiiucli o the world, but determined to tl his experiment in his old boyhood bo.ne county of Bullitt. lie offered the county school official", the dividends from a thousand dollar L. and N. bond, to he UjimI as they saw fit. These officials decided upon an all day rally I j iimn.fi; im m & i 1 vSif l !MK -- i "V iLi inii f I EMsai T " XSy & hi' ' S II M nd-mad- SSi wyMmmiWi All Plume lffeiM lb f 0 ur line of C(,uoh is unexcelled e Ji HI t ICTfU B St iJ.IT. ii fl - . v i3LLS? RHa fci SK4H X j i34l ..' ji llll : c;ket II j) i I m m TSs&y- - Coffiusrurnished ,Ie;i,,se seut to p'tsof the County orders by Wire Promptly Filled AIT. VERNON, KV i4S &. & Yesterday To-morro- w Tc-da- y A RADDLE UOKSB KNTBT. t -- , Imt V!?STi2RAV is but a dream, oulj a vision, uvll liwd make-- , every yestordav a ilru.itn of :itidevcry a vision uf hop". Therefore not jvitrdav nor brinjf your account to TO-1JAV w to-dato-d.i- hap-pine- is y TIIK R..TIv OF AIT. VERNOX :t:ul prmiiMMtv. and .ill vour iv.ull actions of yestnxlty will ' and all your dealind and relations hrinr tin "ivi' with 'hi-- . It.'tnh will Imii you threat j sii-.fu''tic!i pro-.jKM-it- '(. Tli mi our Id;)' i- -, thai all vmir moneys will hrinsf you luppi-- n n C. C. WILLIMS. THE BANK OF MT. VERgUOIM. KENTUCKY President. W. L. RICHARDS, Cashier" THE" or "F and picnic, with many and varied con tests, so that every child in the count? might compete. During the mos perfect Octohci weather Shepherdsville had her tirs' school rally Early that morning tin children egan to pour into town rail, iti buggies and surreys. In blj: farm wagons and on wide spread ha frame's, on horseback and muleback and their friends and relatives came too. By 10 o'clock, the time set for thi parade, the town was alive with boy and girls. The staid farmers thai braced the courthouse fence wore lonj: badges hanging from the lnpels of their coats, badges that read "TRrjS 1 man surOn 2rd. floor o renders his dignities, the politician The Mt. Vernon , on Churc street. Special attention given his honors, the wordling his pleas S5!,,S5rtalK' to collections. ures; the invalid needs no phsi-ciau- , Phone No. 80. and the laborer rests from unrequited toil. Here at last i nature's final deciee in equitx. SCHOOLS." No one seemed Inclined to tnlk about crops 01 politics. With a full brass band from Louis ville heading the column, 700 youngsters marched, danced and pranced ; i through the old town. It was a parade ' . . of exquisite beauty because of the joy We the uudersigned strictly for that beamed and sparkled In childish bid hunting or tresspassing of faces; it was a parade of grave impor anv kind upon our lands and tance because of the future citizenship that was there. The long line was will punish t the extent of broken here and there by a gayly bethe law anv one guiltvol the same: decked wagon overflowing with smll Orer U. G. Baker's Store. G. S. Hiatt V C. Johnsor- ing. giggling, rosy faced girls and boys The contests at the fair grounds were Crown and Bridge Urorkas)ecialtv. . begun as soon as the parade disbanded All work contests were divided into eight THE DEMOCRACY OF DEATH Thee so that children of about the sections, same age might enter. There wore spelling matches, arithmetic matches, In the democracy of the dead, all story telling matches, in progress at c most continuously. There were potato men at last are equal. There races, foot races, three legged race, rank nor station nor pre horse races, hitching up races, rnces for REA.Ii HCHOOlt. rogative in the republic of tho each and every one. Now and then the mfyftez-fMt Vernon, Ky still, didn't grave. At this fatal threshold hi program would be Interrupted by a daddy ;ot rich just marching column with Its cheer leader ue-- " Home and office in the late residence philosopher ceases to he w se. The column would yell itself hoarse "Yes; he did Whole your Kmudfa Dr. Myers formerly occupied onOld j and ther got n thousand acres for nothln-.- . the song of the poet is silent. and retire amid the applause of the ,MainSt..";Mt. Vernon. your boy will hare to take if at a vulu Dives relinquishes his millions anc ation of from $30,000 to liK).()(X) am Lazarus his rags. The poor man make It pay. He can't wait two yeai- for hoKs to be ready for s. uichter I is as rich as the richest, and th must be nt el(;ht to ten months. The! rich man is as poor as the pauper. Is no way now for your buy to be a pi ATTORNFY-AT-LAThe creditor loses-- his usury, an neer and uet rich slttlni: still. He mit be educated to succeed In the tweui debtor is acquitted of his obligaMT. VERNON. KY. eth century." tion. There the proud KIEND OF THE d. Benfiist POSTED acres have this year arned a gross Mt. Vernon, Ky, 2 revenue of Irom $150 to $250 an acre. Think oi it! Five to Mjven CATTLE AND THE CHILDREN, crops anuuillv of bay of perlect quality, one to two tons to Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of 2 If Two Year and Four Year Old Steers the cutting with one a seed crop E 3 77r"work for the company. Won't Thrive In Same Feed Lot Why running from 600 to 1,000 pounds Should Children of All Age Study to t'ie acre, twain; all known 5r Orde-- s by wire promptly tilled Hearse sent to all points 3 Together? records. Manager 'ir.e&e same hinds irow perfect "Johnny, he ain't takin no Interest In good no- fruit of most exquisite flavor and E Office Mt. Vernon Monumental his school. I've got a mighty Building PHOXE 112 tion to let him quit an' go to work nu finest keeping quality. The the farm." peaches that captured the fir.st iaaiiiuiiuiiiiimuiiiiiiiimiiiiuiiimiiiiiiiuiiiimmiiiiiii "How long has he been in school?" pmeatthf World's J:iir in S'. "Ob. he's been off and on about 1t years. reckon. He's just finished 11N Louis weicgiowu six miles Irom mmmmmmmimmm Fourth Header, so he's got enough out lacd. A pear orchard 30 schooliu" to use on a farm. He's got miles away has produced over more than my gran'dnddy had In bis day. an' you know be died worth uboiit $1,000 worth of fruit to the acre, $30,000." two seperate years. One of the "Yon are welcome," says Mrs. Nora Guffey, of Broken "Tell me something about your grand famous apple orchards ot t e Arrow, Okla., "to use my letter in any way you want to, father." "Well, you see, he come over tbt? world is located 140 milts up the if it will induce some suffering woman to try Cardui. I had mountains when this heie was all Vlr river in a less favored locality. pains all over, and suffered with an abscess. Three phyglnla, an' he took some land an' began Vegetables of the hardv varie sicians failed to relieve me. Since taking Cardui, I am in to clear It up an' farm It. an' he" ties, like i abbage, celery, cauli-- ; better health than ever before, and that means much to me, did you say he paid for it?" "What "Grau'daddy? Why. he didn't pay flowers, Bermuda onions, etc, ' because I suffered many yeais with womanly troubles, of nothln' for it." prow all winter, and ripeuing m different kinds. What other treatments 1 tried, helped me "How much land did he get?" the spring when other localities are for a few days only.1' "Oh. he could 'a' had all he could No 'tend to a thousand acres was all In seeding, bring fancy prices. could 'tend to. an' he" in- ects at that season means per "So be farmed a thousand acres, did fect quahtv. and no weeds enables a hoV 'Not all of It. Some of It was left man to farm five times the acreage In timber so the hoirs could be rumed Le can in the East during the out to fatten on the beech an' oak mast summer season. Onions pav $150 In the fall. An' "Don't wait, until you art taken down sick, before tak-i- nf old were the hoes when Iih to $050 an acre; celery and cauli "How care ol yourself. The small aches and pains, and other killed them for meaty flowers up to 81,200; Rocky Ford symptoms of womanly weakness and disease, always mean "About two yen re ol". Say. wbat aw iso to 65o; ieed von aslviu" me all these tiuesrious for cantaloupes, worse to follow, unless given quick treatment Stuffs. $75 to $150, and all other anyuoWY" You would always keep Cardui handy, if you knew "I am trying to find out wbv you crops do equally well. You can what quick and permanent relief it gives, where weakness think Johnnv has enouirh education to't .. 'buy some of our best land, hire all make him a successful farmer. and disease of the womanly system makes life seem hard "I Just now told von hu labor, and the first year's crop wih to bear. Cardui has helped over a million women. Try it cran (incur mane a snujr lormne wun pay lor everytning, It you manage Writ to.-- Lxiitt' AdvUorr Dpt. Qkttuaoof a. Medidne Co . Chattiaoogi. Ttaa., less schiiolin than .lohnnr's uot properly. book. Home Treatment lor Women." ent Ire. JM tor aKaifM6iK4aa.aad(4-p- a "Can Johnny uo out an" lind a thouThe climate is the finest in the sand acre for nothinV" "No; of course he an'r." world. 325 out of- 365 davs are "Can he afford to keep a hoc for two brilliant moonlight years an" fatten him on beech an oa's nights so clear fine print can be mast';" "No. Why. say. look here. I nerei read at midnight; altitude. 2,800 v thought of it before, but my irrun feet; the country of oerfect health conditions. Health, wealth and j . 1 . ., r; vp )X" V happiness come to all who go TW- rtlBVkAir there and improve their opportuu- - j ' . v "- , pea-gree- n the Latter. Essential to of Texas are the best invest men s in the world today. Hundreds f Alfalfa lands in the Pecos valley EXB.UiMER.S ZL g g OUCH METALICCASKETS Coffinsand Robes. I GEORGE OWENS, 1 WMl Pains All Over! m'Bmmsm - j - I OTAKE I Woman'sTonic jhe - , ,,' b.M-aus- e - I The Love Letters of a V? ! u. Confederate General W$M-- I . I -- -- j lties. Wc want desirable settlers and ' will sell farm lands in any sized acreage, on terms to suit their re quiremrnts. We are uwt trader., but are wil1- - - jjuai-anteed- ;t;C. C. Bin V of" W. T. FRANCIS, Dentist Williams, s i'ixr'', 'r"Jw'iil d He Knew Ho Had Fed Cattle. The old trustee turned to the vNIt and asked, "Well, what do you tlni; of our new consolidated school';" "Beautiful! Cost u lot of umne The wrongs of times are redressed, injustice is expiated, the irony o fate is refuted, the nneqml distriUNDERTAKER and EMBALMER bution of wealth, honor, capacity, pleasure and opportunity which make life so cruel and inexplicable ceases in the realm of death The strongest there has no scpremncy, and the weakest needs nodefens-Thmightiest captain succumbs to that invincible adversary, who disarms alike the and the SCHnford, Ky. vanquished. .John J. Ingalls. J.C.MeCLARY didn't itV" "Yep. an' It costB like smoke t. re It with teachers for all the dltfTei grades But all of us are for It iuv "Were you against consolidation':" "Yep. I was agalust It strong Yo see, I got the three R's In a slngi room schoolhouse." He paused, at the splendid brick building and cm tinned: "I oughter known better toi Anybody that had fed cattle for thrt. years oughter know a school was better than a one roon school." "Why should you have known? Cm tie and childrei. are not the same." "Look here Just stop an' think fi a minute, will you? I've known fin thirty years that you can't put weniiliu caires. two year an' four yeai o calves, two year an four year ol steer-I- n the same feed lot an get fust In our ol' time one roon school we had 'em all sizes an' age-I- n the same lot an' feedin' out of th. same trough. It won't work any bet ter with children than It does with con-olldn- ttl&t ONE OF THE FLOATS. J3 fc g Xwka I I Mount Vernon Monumental 1 Manufacturers of and VI DEALER in Marbles and Granite Monuments of all Estimates furnished Sinds. on application. GEO. OWENS Propr. Pone 112 acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, and giving the patient strength bv building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that thev offer One Hundred Dollars (ov any case that it fails to cure. Send for list 'of testimonials. Address F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. Ohoio. Sold bv all Druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills fir Over in the floral bal was a splendid display of needlework good things to eat and handiwork of a1 kinds. All of this fun and enthusiasm out in the glad mellow sunshine of perfect autumn day! Was the investment a good one? Th! might be answered by a farmer's ai swer to the question. "Well, what d you think of itV" The old man's face wrinkled iuto $100 REWARD. $100 smile that began In the comers of hi The readers of this paper will be eyes and gradually spread to his hi mouth before he said quietly: pleased ileirn :hat there is : "1 bare been lookin' at line stock 1: least one dl'eadtd disease tint this here fair grounds for years, ai .cienee has been able t cure in I've thought a lot about feedin' an all its Stages, and that is Cattrrh han'liu stock, but" he hesitated a me Hall's Catarrh Cure is th- - onlv ment. waved his hand out toward a of children intent upon some oi positive cure no.v know to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being test and continued "I believe this her a constitutional disease, requires a Is thp most Important lot of that's erer been exhibited. ai constitutional treatment. Hall's I'm goin' to taluk more about han'lli' uatarrh Cure is taken internally, em after this." e grand stand rc clan-result- s. tj 1 cattle." tax is "simply a long time In vestment In brains; therefore the eter A school nnl question should not be "HOW SMALL A TAX CAN WE GET ALONG WITH?" but' "HOW MtJCH TO ADVANCAN WE INVEST TAGE?" U Is a business proposition pure and simple. youn-fetoc- k ing to exchange qmeof our properties tor desirable city or farm realty, ecuritie.s or clean stocks of which preterably can j merchandise, te shipped to our new town. All laud values are certain to double inside of the next two years, and meanwhile will earn 25 per cent and upward if properly farmed. We have been ill business 35 years You furnish the and know how. . money, we the experience, and we will divide the profits. We take ' sspecidi pride in making money . . , ;iuiv iuuui luuiuai ucucui uuu su- cit the busiuess u;f lutxpenenced jcople who want to make their noney caru larjjer returns an weh is the critical investigation ol scientific aricuhurists and horti hurists who know a good thing hen they :ee it. Remember, that nowadavs those ho handle rich farm lands under ' fa orable conditions are all getting itic'i. There never lus been a t 'allure or partial failure on 1' nds hi e ours, it" .properly farmed, nd citv man as a rule pro.sptrs as as the experienced farmer. The larmers in that country can ke more mon;v-- on 40 acres in year than can be made on 160 acres of the best land in the East e guarantee the correctness of ev ry statement we make and fa ling to prove each claim will r :una the expense of the trip. Go with us and see for yourself We pay all expense of a trip ol investigation tor tho.se who pur hase our lots, lands or securities. Don't take any ue's word, but go with us and see fo. yourself and secure thebig profits December 3rd., we will run a private car, from Ma field, via Memphis and make a round trip rate" of $45. for ticket, berth and meals, no other expenses. .. . . . ." Write to day tor tree advertising ' ;i matter. , I I ( ' rs real v.rittcn over fifty years ago by one ot our national heroes to his sweetheart during the period of '61 to '65. This great general will go down to posterity as having accomplished one of the v wr uzmms atllttfi mcfcjt brilliant fiats cf arms in the history of the world. He was as great a lover as he was a general, therefore these I tiers combine authentic hUtoryand exquuite romance. They sound a human note that no other work of literature has done in a decade; it is war. it is romance, it is history, it i literature. You can't atfor.i to miss this wonderful srrie an inside btory of the Civil War now published for the first time and containing all the freshness of a contemporary happening. These letters will grip you hard, N and hold your interest from first to last. Fill out the coupon ar.J send it now before you forget it. lox-!vttcu WJ begin in the November issue a series fSfcIi. kCaJVtSS' im One Dollar a Year . 5-- . v 1 d a aciHW vv. 222 Wot 39(i St. Ntv Trk Ctj riciariai Pictorial Review v is cenu V a py j Enclosed please find 25c. for which pilease send me P.R. for Nov., Dec. and Jan. V Pit, UUU and . Z "ZZ . I III CaSfl JTTlZeS Liberal Cammisalons to oar Agent' Ask for Particular! THE PICTORIAL REVIEW 222 West 3Dth St., Ntv Yo-- f Cit . 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I had spells when I could I ibsolutelv the best preparation on hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 be market for colds. I have minutes. My doctor could nothelD eeommended it to mv friends and me, but I was completely cured by hev oil aproe with me." For sale by Cbas. C. Davis. Thk adv Strattok Land Co. Mayfield, Ky PNEUMONIA -- PR. KINO'S New Discovery -- Mrs; J. E. $1.00 Cox, Jollet, HI. AT ALL DRUGGISTS. BOe AND CASTORIA Children. Cry FOR FLETCHER'S FAMOUS STAGE BEAUTIES look with horror on Skin Erup tions. Blotches, Sores or Pimples. Thev don't have them, nor will anyone, who uses Bucklen's Arnica Salve. It glorifies the faee. Eczema or Salt Rheum vanish before it. It cures vore lips, chapped hands, chilblains: heals hums,. cuts and bruises. Unequalled for piles. Only 25 cts. at Cbas. C. Davis'. Three through daily trains to Florida, via Queen & Crescent ly Route. 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