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Mount Vernon signal: December 20, 1912 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1912 mou1912122001_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: December 20, 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. . Published Every Friday VOLUME XXVI. Established -- v j v j v v . . j -- i - v VI y v v-- j rs-- m vzj i jr 'vsj i-c- v.7 if vvivt v - vvr sw-- - t 1887 if V MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE OOUKTY, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20. 1912. XUMBER 12 tomorrow (Thursday) a full ac- count will appear next week, aud tnere is one thing certain, we will not be able to report as many weddings hereafter unless we import some more material. l ! animal. J. H. Owens, who has positive cure now know to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being been very low, is slowly improv a constitutional disease, requires a in" constitutional treatment. Hall's Mrs. Florence Monroe has re Catarrh Cure is taken internally, turned from a visit to relatives in acting directly upon the blood and Cincinnati Mrs. Roy Feuwick mucous surfaces of the system-- ' and children have returned from thereby destroying the foundat' of the disease, giving a visit to relatives in Louisville patient strength and building the Mr. and Mrs. T. J. DeBjrd by up and Lebanon Junction Na.e the constitution and assisting spent Sunday with relatives at Hellard, who works on the sec- nature in doing its work. The Spiro and attended church at tion here, has asl'ed for a few propreetors have so much faith in Freedom. Mrs. G. W. Shells who days off and says he will spend its curative powers that they offer has been sick for some time is One Hundred Dollars any Miss Bss Christmas among his old friends that it fails to cure. for forcase slowly improving Send list Istac; of Woodstock was the guet in Jackson county. S. E Penn- of test?mon:als. ington was in Mt. Vernon TuesAddress F. J. CHENEY & CO., of her brother Dr. Hubert last To'etlo. OhoiD. Sold by all Drug- week. day. C. C Howell, the restaurMr. and Mrs. Eugene McWill-iam- s ant man, was with homefolks at gists, 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for con- of Bee Lick visited relatives Brodhead Tuesday. John Parks stipatiou. here Saturday and Sunday. W. J. of Waco, was here Tuesday Brown who is running the Roller Todd will return to Level ISltOUHEAD. Mill at Brodhead spent last SunGreen aud take a few days rest; day with his father W H. will go to Memphis, Tenn then he Miss Minnie Hiatt has returned and work for the Western Union. home after spending the past two Brown. Miss Flonnie Todd was Thomas Argenbright and Dave weeks with relatives in Richmond very sick a few days last week. Ram ho started to Louisville to Berea and Wildie. H. L. Tharp, Mrs. J. R. C. Latbirn and Mrs. day (Tuesday) to do their Christ the Louisville and Nashville Rail James Head visited Mrs. Chas. mas shopping Mr. and Mrs R Road Co'b agent at Junction City-wa- Cheek at Mount Vernon last in town on business last Fri week. M. B. Jones and son, J. Lemons were in Louisville Wedne.-daand Thutsday visit dav. Joe Carter returned home Simon have gone to Ft. Myers. ing relatives and doing their fiom Shelby ville last Friday with Fla , to spend the winter. Wm. Christmas shopping. a beautiful bride of one day. We Hurst took a load of tobacco fj The Urodhead Dramatic Club failed to get the particulars of market 'aat week. will present "The Last Rose cf the wedding, as Joe says there Rev. A. J. Pike filled his regular 6 if 6 Summer" at Livingston Friday was nothing to it, not even giving appointment at Poplar Grove last us the name of the bride, but we Saturday and Sunday. evening, December 27th. Rev. Ja.v '(Sib Miss Elizabeth Lemons understand that she is a daughter Cummins will be their pastor for Little forget yourself when you make up yur list of Christmas purchases owe was with homefolks Sunday. of very wealthy parents of Shelby the year of 1913. Mrs. Testament, rented the ville. Joe is a brother of Dr. W. Miss Minnie, of by treating your- Robert Mink has put in a full F.Carter of this place, and a son and daughter. Mrs. H. yourself a present not make sure of getting something you butchershop and will Lerov visited H. Isaacs ehool of Mr. and Mrs. J . F. Carter also last Monday. Mrs. Chas. Van-hoo- k supply of meats. Our self to 2. Clothcraft Suit or Overcoat? closed last Friday. We hope of this place, but who are spendwas ve. y sick last week but' tit right, look right and stay riaht. You'll - be surprised at You ought to have some new clothes for the holidays there will be a select school ing the winter with relatives in is better at this writing. Mr. and e we can give you in Clothcraft" 'Clothes at, tay, mwy, and the Clothcraft line will give you a chance to taught here this winter. Each Owen county. All join in con- Mrs. M. F. Craig, Mr. and Mrs. your wardrobe without adding much to your' $15, $18 or $20. freshen up church is preparing for a Christ- gratulations of tne happj event, J. S. Cummins, of Quail, came Chris-tniaexpenses. When ou ee these insured clothes, ou may think of Clothcraft Clothes, with a hindin.gr guarantee of pure someone else who would appreciate a Clothcraft suit or ovei-co- mas tree or something of the kind and wish them unbounded success down to attend the Holy Roller for the little folks. The Holli-nes- in their wedded life. Mr. James meeting last Sunday and took ' ice. cost you only to gg, o wool, la ting tJmpe ami Sf as a gift. a chance clothes. They're made light, people held services at J. M. Chaney, of Bloss, spent Saturday dinner with Mr. and Mrs. W. F. no more than take Foure's Tuesday night. Richard and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. DeBord. Mr. Mace Brown " who THE CLOTHCRAFT Ward, of Lancaster, was in our C. Turpin, and called on one of has been sick for more than a. 3 STORE town Tuesday. Willie Todd has our lair sex while here. James ye. r continues very feeble. G. u L lL sold 1 is barber outfit to James Pike, better known as '"Gov", E. Price our hustline merchant is Jones The series of meeth s who has been sick for the past two getting in plenty of Xmas oandies, held '. t the Presbyterian churcn weeks is able to be out again. fruits, fireworks etc. Tz,.i,iuioooi5ocofcoieoo.-f.cooc4':u.ooTcjoiencooooooi&oooiitouiuooooconduced by the Rey. Geo. S. Mrs. John Robins returned home 7T .. ? 1.. ?T? Watson, closed Sunday night the last Saturday after spending two i5th. Well, from what we can weeks with the family of Rev. W. THE LAST ROSE OF SUMMER The Brodhead Dramatic Club gather, our new Police Judge is D. Giobs. .,. a Mr. T. E. Wallin, and his two will present The Last Rose of a hustler. We are having quiet axiB times here now, the election is boys, Orrin and Chester, weie Summer, a play of three acts, ar over aud pditics have been dropp- here from Junction City the first Brodhead, Ky., December 25 191 2. ed and wc are all looking forward of the week. Uucle Tom Frith Characters. to Christmas. Mr. John Walton has been very sick but is reported Silas Bradford, IS A. E. Albright was called to Barbourville Satur- betlerat this wailing. Mrs. A. M. President of the bank day on account of his brother, Hiatt and Miss Minnie Hiatt were Jim Bender Jacob Elder Bill Waiton, getting seriously in Mt. Vernon between trains Sheriff of the County hurt. Particulars not yet learned. Wednesday. Joe Carlton is here Lemuel Harrison. Fred Sowder Tip Singleton is working third from Louisville this week. Fred A man of the world trick at Hazel Patch lor a few Owens was down lrorn Mt. Vernon Andrew Uashman Wallace Haggard && days Lloyd Maret still makes Monday. Atty E. R. Gentry Jjb3 mrrti yW A yoang farmer his weekly trips to our town, but was down from Mt Vernon Martin Murphy, Frank Ward Arnt Katie Owens near always on Sunday. Mrs ,George a A young Irish American with Jenkins and children are visiting Spiro, is very sick- .- Mr. Allen an eye to the future BVI relatives at Boston, Ky. Mr. J. Biatt was at home from tai QuaiJ Sam Potter Frank Teuton S. Burrows, of Paint. Lick, has section Wsdnesday. H informed A gentleman of color r been with Mr. L. H. Davis a few us that &n the 27th of this month. Jack Walker Bronston Elder days. Fillard McClure has, pur- the personal effects of the late EL W.'io sees more tr-ahe should posed, a faria In Ko.rd Hollpw' of W. Brown would Ue sold a$ public j Lottie Bradford Mary Proctor Jajnes Jones. Price paid $16Q. sale, and fter tlat time Vie would The bankers daughter Mjgs Alce Ward visited frkjnds bring the new Mrs. Hiatt to Brod- Sadie Bradford, Lena Albright in MC Vernon BVJday $nd ;5atu,r head to make their lome Charles The bankers niece day. Mr. V. A. Rice and sist.r, Rash i.5 here from St. Mary's Gertrude Malv,ern Etta Sowder Miss Nett'e, were at Pine HiU Hospital, Louisville, where he has The banker's house keeper - Saturday. Tlvi foundation foi' been for the past six weeks on SYNOPSIS ol a serious injury received the new coal bins here, is now account Act. 1. Bradford's home. The ready for the contractors. We at Boston, where he was working murder in the front yard. are informed that the Eight Ga- with a bridge crew for the L. & Act. 2. One year later. BradR. R. Co. We are informed ford's home. The promise in the bles Hotel and restaurant will ' change hands in a few days. that the play to be presented at kitchen. Mr. Bill Niceley, of Berea, will the hall over Citizens Bank Xmas Act. 3, Bradford's home. The take charge of them. Well, Bill, evening, by the Brodhead Dramatic interrupted wedding in the parlor. we are glad you are going to cast Club will be presented as "The DON'T FORGET THE DATE. your lot with us Mrs. W. M. Last Rose of Summer", instead DECEMBER 25. Prnstnn and children are visiting ot "Uncle Silas" as reported last Be sure come. Doors open re;u.v!.at Boston, Ky. Little week, and we also learn that the 7 o'clock. toPerformance begins at at Queeny Glancy, the six year old troop will put ou the same play at 8 o'clook. daughter of Mrs. Ella Glancy, Livingston ou the following SaturThe plot of the play is very was badly burned last Thursday day evening. Aunt Amanda Ballard died at interesting and appeals to all and is in a very critical condition-- . alike. While the negro and Sheriff T. J. Niceley, of Mt the home of her son, J. M. Ballard Irishman add an abundance, of Vernon, was in our town Mon- Saturday noon, and was laid to day. Butch McClure was here rest in the Christian Churcn fun for ?erj one present. Monday en route to Mt. Vernon. Cemetery bunday atternoon at 2 FOILS A. FQDT. ?L01 Mr. E. Hansel has moved his o'clock p. m. Mrs. D. B. Chanfamily into Robert Shroder's dler has been on the sick list for tweea liver aad bowls m wmcc dji- property near the Masonic build- the past wijek. The little boy of tress by q aatteteJjir. Mrs. C. A. Wheeldon King sNw Lik PUlsk nfWrM ing. S. C. Franklin, of Mt Ver Mr. and ayatrau, non, was here Monday. Misses was scalded very badly a few abuse of compel rizktt actio ol. Lida Cook and Ethel Hayes were days ago by pulling z cup of uvci uu www. Mrs Nora boil ng water over. There will be health and aU oWlaalhS: . 'in Louisville Monday. . :aae; f-J . Jenkins has returned from a another wedding for Brodhead.. at Ca:-.-ajs y week's visit to relatives at Paris, Dr. Amyx has returned from a trip to Cincinnati. The mysterious wild animal A Merry Christmas to all. that infests the Sand Hill vicinity, chased Alex Mink into his $100 REWARD, $100 house the other night. From the The readers of this paper will be description given by Mr. Mink pleased to learn that there is :t it must be a panther. R. G. Moore least one dreaded disease that can give the details of Jthe excit- science has been able to cure in ing races of some of the parties all its stages, and that is Catarrh who have been chased by this Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only i LIVINGSTON. LEVEL GREEN. Rev. John Soward, of Bandy, filled his regular appointment at Friendship last Saturday und Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Smith and little son, Gilmore, spent Sunday with Mrs. H. H. Isaacs . Mrs. G. B. Lawrence spent most . the week with her sis'er, Mrs. J. Al. Maret, at Mt. Vernon. Put UP wn re P Slothepj fON' T s You -- Why want the-valu- at T ............... ......a......... (flTa o Ea .. ... -- s & O LJ ... ........ ......... ..... ...... .........a.............. a............ 1 .. WILL lk MAKE llf J.SL hJLIS H J ss A.t Cox T C ex v n toro "- - vVed-ucsda- y.- -- Everything in the Toy Sine to make the little folks happy The place to get a nice present for the grownup 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. Call early and make your selections. COX B ROS. Opposite Court House :: : : MT. VERNON, KY. i jr rr " L Tmatly s4ac, W ii. ftritmogMpa "EJ ? mi- - VLnNUIN OlblNAL R7. u, V s 10 . work for the piano given 11 S'e art display at Graded Schoo'. etc ia.v.iy ov B. C. Anderson & Son & m Friday, Dec. 20, 1912 . 1 here should be one hundred 1 g Fish guaiantees every piece oi , T A Tailrmr1 telephone station has UJ by ext week. The list 4 7eweliy he sells to give satisfact-o- f been iustallet at Sparda-fo- r S3 V"utEJUU use or more Published every Friday by the case having its champions. s as follow-- : of trainmen with ''ispaiches. The enect upon this immediate EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. Name u! Contestant No. vo'es i fed W New Ponhs: -- Hugh Miller, Just received a big line of mens j Lilhf Hia't community is as vet urobilin a neal 1 17144 1 Ncwcomb Avenue, No. neckwear in Xmas boxes. I it is yet to be seen whether or Mattie. Wilmott not our people will be extensive 8S-- A. Sutton & McBkk. Mildied Robins UBSCRIP.TION ONE. YEAR $I.OO 1117 1 patrons of the new system of There will be a Christmas tree Every package sent by parcels L'Z.ie Gentrv mail express. One thing however at each of the churches Tuesday post must have the name and ad Bessie Hamlin gg 1175 Advertising rates made known on is certain about the institution of night. dress printed or written thereon Mary Proctor 5 application the parcels post, that is that it will Ktta Cable Burnside, Pulaski county, has preceded by the word "from." make great inroads upon the 4336 1 1 established q lead pencil factory Fran kin Allerson, alias Allen Dollie Johnson business of the Express companies Albright 1102 3 and use 60 workmen. the railroad promoter, who has Eva will foice them to meet their pi ices f.ela Albright R 5S77 MEMBER OF A rooster and tour hens of the b;en held in Danville for several KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION or surrender the business, will enLena Albright abla the people who are compelled Orpington breed wero s' Id lor months on a charge of forgery was Gertrude Martin He is in Mt. Vernon yesterday. to have small packages of meichan-dis- e S500 in Louisville last week. out on bail, we understand, and Susie Cabel transported to and from a A box ot Peoenix Silk hose Mary Leai distance, to do so at a nominal would make an ideal Xmas gift for will have his trial at the next Reeca Biooks term of the Bovle circuit court. Express companies are him cost. Sold and guaranteed by Kthel Payne among the most grasping and Fish. Our telephone manager says ii Pearl Purcell appears to be a waste of breath Annie Mae Sargent mercenary of all corporations; Several of the stores in town will NEW YORK SETS A GOOD they charge outrageous prices and he closed Wednesday, Christmas and printers ink to call : he attent- Mattie Owens ion of telephone users to directions Bertha Bustle unlike the railrtads they are of EXAMPLE. in order that the clerks may comand rules relative to the proper no monetary value to the Roberta Brown A majority of- - over four hundred manner of holding or manipulating Blaneh Howell munity with which they do busi have a holiday. 22I0 the people of the thousand of You can purchase pictures found Tones; at least but few pay but Orlie Ponder State of New York have authorized ness. They have no tangible in art pisplay at Graded School. little heed. They often grumble Ada property subject to taxation outWard bond issue of fiftv million a second side of the cities, and very little A splendid opportunity to get a over the service when they should Ella Harp dollars for the extention of good in trade ChrUtmss present. only blame themselves, for lack Annie Cass roads throughout the State. Fiity there, their principles ok 1175 consisting of their messenger and If you will stop at Fish's and of following a few simple direct Kmily Sutton million has already been spent by 179SC agents. They reap a rich harvest look over our line and listen to ions. I Brodhead Graded School 1359 the ataie of New York, and a and give our LOW ROUND TRIP HOLIDAY Belle Kincer suggestions ! authorized by from their patrons for Xmas second fiity is now 14602 Upon the prei-emyou will save some money Birdie Joh-isoan overwhelming majority of the nothing in return. FARES 3231 f j may and buy gifts that will be j O110 voters, makiqg an aggregate of one whole, while the parcel post & Crescent Route. Florence Harris Via Queen J Delora Boyd nundred million to be expended appear to work an injury to some 1074 1 Tickets on sale December 13, 14 comin the way of bringing j by the State in addition to at least 1025 The official ot the recent 17, 19, 20, 21, 22. 23, 24, 25, and Ollie Brock petition closer to them, we believe Every new subscriber to the an equal amount spent in the by the 31. 1912 and January 1, 1913. a election just published signal gets 1000 votes and eveiv various subdivisions oi the State upon the whole it will prove secretary ol state shows the vote rteLurn limit januarv 0, 1913. renewal 50c And no wiser expenditure will good thing. in the Eleventh district congress- Apply to nearest Ticket Agen , Is larjjuiy reflected in the bank deever be made by the people of the DRIVES OFF A TERROR. posits. AhtiCi.es that may not be sent ional race to be as follows: Quern & Cresceut ttoute, for full Empire State than this hundred by parcel post include intoxicating Smith 1 1760; Powers, 18531; Seavy The chief executioner of death That is where the foundations of W. A. Beckler, G. information m he winter and spring months is prosperity are laid for very many peomillions in the construction ol liquors of all kinds, poisons, 9044; Jacksoc, tne socialist candi P. A. Cincinnati, O. pneumonia. ple, and will be laid fof many more. Its advance agent good roads throughout every part poisonous amimals, insects or date 577. are colds and grip. In an attack T?i-No hone&t, serious minded persons om;ii7 tine nooH r.f o r, ,.-.ol the State. .. reptiles, explosives of every kind one ot these malauies no time are denied the privileges of an assoNew Ione:-- A. H. Hamlin, No. reliab'e liniment. For sprain-- , iy New .York is only one of inflammable articles, including should be lost m taking the best ciation with this bank. There are none bruises, soreness of the and rheiv of States that matches, infernal machines, pistols 57 A residence Asher addition. matic pains there is none bener medicine obtainoble to drive it off. whof-Number a dealings are to unimportant to Countlesg thousands have found receive considerate attention. Cr.1,1 recognized not only the or revolvers, disease germs, any Changed numbers, G T. lobnson thriii r.hnmbprloin-has hv moved fr m No. 7 I on West Main Chas c j)avis this to he Dr. King's New Discov- wisdom but the necessity for the obscene, defamatory or scurrilous ery. "My husband believes it has to No. 56 I. in Gentry Avenue. construction of good roads through matter now prohibited by law, THE PEOPLES BANK For Sale: As administrator kept him from having pneumonia State aid. Those states that have live or dead animals or birds or Earnest Thompson .from No. 70 three or four times," writes Mrs followed, and are following this live poultry, raw hides or pelts or N. to No. 57 I. No. 44 H. Town of the estate of the late John M George W Place, Rawsoville, Vt.. U. G. BAKER. President. Marshal Debords fone has been Smith, I desire to sell three shar s "and fcr coughs, colds and croup course, are the ones that are in- anything having a bad odor. J,1.E. DRUM.MOND, Vice.-Prediscontinued, he having moved to of stock of the Bank of Mt. Vet we have never found its equal." creasing most rapidly in populaBooks and printed matter 'may F.L.THOMPSONJr., Cashier. Guaranteed tor all bronchial affecnon. Address, It were well not be forwarded at parcel post anotrer part of town. tion and iu wealth . tions. Price 50 cts. and CLAUDE C COX, Ass't. Cash Jacob Sambuook Our telephone manager has a that Kentucky should follow their rates, but only at the pound Trial bottle free at Chas. C. Davis'. 433 South 20th Si., limited supply of advertising example. There was no more rates of third-clas- s matter. Dec 13 3t. Louis ille Ky. stamps issued by the National strikina" lesson taught in the A merchant writing to a whol 1 2th day of Tuesday was the One Cent Letter Postage Associa-- t Child Welfare Exhibit in Louis"Also send me sale House says: ville than the imperative necessity the 12th month of 1912. It will on of Cleveland, Ohio. These one lady's Spiing and Summer lor an improvement in the roads be a whole century before vou stamps are used on letter head-etc- ., cape; lady's weight 125 pounds to call attention to the fajt Until the road- can again date a litter 12, 12 12. in Kentucky. black with silk trimmings. that a fight is being made for the ways are made passable, both iu Sinx-ey- e sighed taking one's You may be able to clean up reduction of letter postage to one summer and winter, it is impossown life. system all the other claimants to the title, cent. Don't use these campaign ible to make the but you can't whip Kid Alcohol. stamps on the outside of envelopes what it should be, or for the Slate 550.00 TO $100.00 A MONTH Call on the manager tor some of to secure any thing like the For your spare time Experience not LANGDON MEMORIAL. Want an acthe man in this locality. Free. them. revenue it should secure by wvr To introduce us to your friends. We pav taxation. Ex The Rev. Mr. Tinsle; was a largest cash benelits when siclc. Injured, The Mullins Brothers. Will and Hh 2 &M tr&atf and at death, for smallest cost. chapel speaker on Monday morn C. H, who recently moved their offer to Srxt apand plicant from this place. Write quick for was pri- ing. clothes cleaning establishment to Nothing- is more i'.nportnnt in Jackson Morris, who particulars Misthe home than clear, steady light. McCord spent Monday London are doing a rushing busi835. Covington. Ky. THE vate secretary to Gov. Wilson, of Insure this by getting the oil that burns clear and clean without a now practicing and Tuesday in Danville. Kentucky, but is ness in Laurel's capitol. They COMPLETE LINE flicker down to the last drop. Pennsylvania crude oil refined to law at .Pit.eville, Ky., writes the Elizabeth Lemonds returned have added all ueeded machinery perfection. offins, Caskets and Robes, When vonr feet aie wet and cold vr 3 . ji Bristol Board of Trade concen-in- g to school this week after a brief and other conveniences to their -Costs no more than the feyZSto'-w,W9ffl and your body chilled through ard kind saves MUNUY iaves Mail, Telegraph or TeleI E4t"W7W'J'.:iii' the prospects for Kentucky absence. establishment and are prepared to l.;'l.i v'.1I VTSJ WORK saves eyes. through from exposure, take a big Your dealer has SOI.ITE Oil, iu phone orders Promptly Myrtle Saylor won the prize for do dry cleaning in the best of aid in building the proposed highlose ot Chamberlain's Cough barrels direct from our works. Lex- the best work in Bible in her style as well as to block and Remedy, bathe your feet in hot way between this city and Filled. Chas. C. Stoll Oil Co. water before going to bed, and vou Ky. He says that the class during the past week. clean hats. Patrons of this firm ington, Louisville, Ky. ue almost certain toward off a people of his county (Bell) will Refinery at "Warren. Pa. The firs'- year High School cau rest assured of getting the evere cold. For sale bj Chas. C We sell the celebrated "No vote on a proposition to issue 500,-00- 0 cooking, class including Mary best work and fair treatment when 3eC"5foedfeXStoC?foec9 &&-3c- e Davis. Carb" Auto Oil. on March 4 Mae they havr dealings with this firm m road bonds, Lathim, Sallie Stewart, Leila next. He believes that the propo Albright and Georgia Amyx, from Rockcastle. I nmkVttTttSCXPKTF& sition will carry, and that in that served a three course dinner to Solid comfort secured when ycu Good Record: F L. Thomp event there will be no doubt the teacher in the dormitory one sou cablt Jr. and C. C. Cox. Cashier and get the up to date about available lunds for Bell day last week. temple spectacles, fitted at S Assistant Cashier, respectively, of county's part in reviving the old School closes for the Christ mas the Peoples Bank will soon have 0. Franklins new' shop, next dooi "Wilderness" road, which would vacation at noon Friday, December rounded out one year with that to Jonas McKenzie's store. 3 Cost the hog raiser millions of dollars lust yeae and nothing short of vaccination be a link in the proposed highway 20th. and classes begin again on institution. D.-a-r The President aud Santa: seemed to offer the slightest promise o c ure. Bell county would then build Wednesday morning January directors of the bank are veiy Please send me a new elephant, twenty of 102 miles between eighth. Prevention, however, is the logical solution of the question. Dr. Hess. (M.D . D.V.S.) flattering in their praise of the ex I busted my old one, has always maintained that by giving Dr. Hess Stock Tonic to tone up and strengthen every Cumberland Gap and Crab OrchThe girls had their Christmas cellent and busiuesslike way these Willie Taft, in care orean in the system, to regulate the bowels, liver and kidneys, expel worms ; and also thoroughly ard which would carry the road to tree Thursday evening because so two young men nave nanuiea tne of White tiouse till March 4. 1912 disinfect the premises, sleeping quarter and runs with Dr. Hess Dip and Disinfectant, would the network of existing roads in manv were leaving on Friday. business. One year ago when Mr. P. S. And don't forget to senci prevent an outbreak of this disease. Central Kantucky. Knox county Friday morning the Kindergarten Thompson was placed iu charge, Uucle Joe Cannon a two foot Mr. Morris says will vote soon exercises were held and the tree there were no doubt some who one of the big hog raisers in the country says : Read cigar and a big bundle of cuss " During 1911 our country was visited by one of the worst hog plagues ever known. Bell on tne bond issue, and was the center of interest. alteJ felt that probably he was too young words. He has been appointed ' i We fed Dr Hess Stock Tonic, and only lost two head out of a herd of two hundred and the only remaining counties on This (Friday) afternoon, the to be placed at the head of such official swearer. ten." Alex. Nevius, Modesto,, 111. the route 10 Lexington will be Kindergarten children of Miss an institution but time has proven "I had been troubled with pop Laurel and Rockcastle. Also note what bulletin No. 182 of the Kanssas State College says Blanche Crawford's district, will the wisdom of tile selection. tipation fortwo years and trieu The Virginians are .taking up have a Christmas tree under the about preventing Hog holera in There is on display at the Graded all of the best physicians 11Bristol the" matter of building their link direction of Miss Robertson, who 'When we recall the conditions which favor the disease and the manner in which its infection nhing Tenn., and they could do takes plaee, it will be seen that feeding and earing of hog has much to do with the prevention of the in the proposing road, and Scott has been conducting a Saturday School building, the Horace K. for me." writes Tho E. Williams, Cholera. Premises should be cleaned and disinfected regulurly. The hogs themselves should be dipped These are Middleboro, Ky "Two packages county sis soon to hold a bond afternoon every few weeks. Maintaining these, conditions helps to keep np the vitality of the hog and in this way kindeigarten circle Turner art exhibit. Stomach and troublbS of all kinds are waided otf. To aid digestion and circulation and to prevent worms, the bulletin copies ot master peices of art of Chamberlain's election. Wise and Lee counties there for several weeks past. reeommeuds a formula of Wood charcoal, Sulphur, Salt, Sodium Bicarhonate, Souiutn Sulphate, Sodium cured me." For which have been ou display at a Liver Tablets have already Issued bonds and Hyposulphato and Black Antim by Chas. C. Davis. Do the mothers of children number of other places in Ken- sale others will be voted. Thisformula, given in tablcspoonful doses would undoubtedly be benefica! but would cost the hog raiser about 10c per pound. Now compare this with the formula for Dr. Hess Stock Tonic which is vastly superior and has stoe force their babies to work at night tucky and wherever shown have the test of 20 years. We Madam, Read McCalTs ' The telephone is the modern in- because they wish to See them attracted great attention QUASsIA, Digestive & General Tonic. Ezpels Worms. Ntix: VOMICA. Digestive and Nerve Tonic. SULPHATE OP sODA.Laxative&aetsupontheLiver. Blood Builder &Exp2ls Worms. Do they like to whip hope the people of Mt Vernon vention which would most nearly suffer? SULPHATE OF IRON, KFbU.-- bAi,Tb, Laxative, The Fashion Authority" COMMON SALT, Appetizer. Expels Worms. they were their children to keep them at will avail themselves of this rare upset our forefathers if CHARCOAL. Prevents Noxious Gases. NITRATE OP POTASH. Acts upon the Kidueya. seeing opportunity of these McCALL'S i a Urte. artiitic. to return and look us over. They their toil when they should FENUGREEK, Tonic and Aromatic. monthlr illustrated -- mat vel at the electric light happi-neNo. It is simply not to pictures from some of the world's Magazine that it adding to the might This preparation is compounded by Dr. Hess, (M .D., D.V.S.) and sold to you on a written and efficiency of 1.100,000 and climb trees to escape, the be belie ed. The mothers heart greatest artists. women each month. guarantee and only costs 3c per month for the average bog. The definition of the ingredients Each Issue Is brimful of fashions, pictures will be on dis if a Pilgrim Is still the resting place of love These trolley cars, but interesting snort stories, and scores are taken from the United States Dispensatory and noted medical authorities. ideas and of for women. Tliero are uioro tlian SO of father were to deposit a conversa- and tenderness, in the ghetto as play today and tomorrow. Feed your hogs the newest deiiens or tho cclebiatcd To defray the expense of bringMcCAI.L FATTKUNS In cacli Issue. It is tion vL a small box and find it later well as everywhere else. JIcCALL PATTERNS aro famous for cu thje ear of a personal Irieud the mother's Instinct to guard ing this exhibit a small admission stvle, fit. simplicity and economy. Only 10 and 15 cents each. to prevont disease and expel worms. Sprinkle the runs and sleeping quarters witl a solution of The publishers of McCALIS will spend i. 000 miles away be wonld rise well the slumber of her child. fee of 5 cts. will be charged. Any thousands of dollars extra in the coming These mothers of the slum are surplus left after paying the actual mouths In order to keep McCALL'S head lUtc&d yell for a witchcratt and shoulders above all other women's Howovor, inacazlnc nt any price. not by nature less kind thau expense, will go toward buying McCALL'S Is only 50c a year; positively , '81.00. worth others. They are themselves the pictures for the Graded school. In one of the foremost coal tai-- creosote disinfectants known. Also dip your hogs with this solution Tea Mit SWt Anr Q Mrftll Pattern Free TvHE Colonel is advertising the victims of the system of toil which visiting this display you are not when the weather will permit, and you will have no loss from disease. from your flrt copy of McCALL'S, If you Progressive to stand alone, and, they force upon their children. only availing yourself of the opMiuscrlbo quickly. 00 lb Pail THE McCAU. COMPANY. 236 West 374 St, New York come to think' about it it is a cafe They must work until midnight, portunity of seeing the exhibit VOTE Ak lor a (reecopv ol MtCALL'Swondei. Simple copy and ti new preiiLura catalogue. ot must, as a Republican have ard their children must work but vou are helping the Graded catalogue aUo free on request. of been left a leg to stand on. until midnight, to earn their bread. school start a collection of pictures. T lH longtalkel ofparcel port goes into tffecr onthe first (lav of January. There is a wide diversity ot opinion as to its effect, whether , ADDITIONAL yi nrwwgawxw yl f j HHWHIlDi tTrmllmmtmttam LOC.UiS Suttou & ,VcBee are head. iqu iters for Ladies Suits, Cl uks Lls,t ."field at ,,, " -- f f '- iilli ill tHM8 w pl lil In 114 , . JJJJ'I1! u ji ' 'i'' ml dtUe. , w , lhtr "" -- '". 1 1 I 1 res-:denc- e, S9g$aBiae9eiIMMll II iI I I II fl C O K I nsy p fh it n I $g B - - I l$lllll'll if fl II II I il I I I I 1 pSpx j SOLD North BY I M3r ll JOE I NOE Street I I 'i-i- t Main s The Prosperity-o- the Community ' 1 p ' ' e s. Si-00- I GRANVILLE OWNES UNDERTAKER kW,A f Saves Ewes Lam Free-Insuran- ce Cash-Bon- us Brodhead 1 Ky - -U tank-"vraco- n m wsomm S rw V 7 Sl - -- g bi-foc- THE HOG CHOLERA SCOURGE OF t what ' hand-lome- lr 100-pa- e at fancy-wor- k, labor-savin- money-savin- g com-nis;io- n. vo r. Hess Stock Tonic Dr. Hess Dip and Disinfectant 25 $l.Sc. loo lbs S3. 1 n JONAS McKENZIE, o deler MT. VERNON, KY. n.. ix fc j L ' V' ":-- ii)iiinMt I fr rm miriQjmuim mjgiii winr i imM. HMfiaiki who lii-- Ym I llifMUlliliii--i TIWMIiHIU Miss Franpis Sparks was in R.y&.WWz&BMammm Stanford last weok tl e guest cf Miss Berta Gene Penny Mt. Vernon, Ky., Dec. 20, 1912 J. T. Meadows and family have been visiting relatives ;n Louis i p "No. 79" whenrrQ o ttoCommurW- - iJ ville this week and doing Xuias m iw a wl(h SIGNAL shopping. j Rs w? iSffffir?"iabafca2Tf gfMMMBKMEjy Mrs. Frank Catron who has been ill for some time bad recovered sufficiently to make a trip to her.j father's, John Kiddle, at Walnut Grove Monday. Louisvillc A Nashville R R. Co. Ml". VERNN SIGNAL jaBMiHMH 1 1ART m&XM ?j2raEzr5a 1 iM3w Jg H) A. MERRY CfllMAsM" s; 1 1912 TIME TABLE. 22 24 23 21 LOCAL 4.46 p m Makevourself a Xmas present a m with a Cloth Craft guaranteed 3:53 11:38 a m all wool suit at Sutton & McBee's 12:19 ncrtn. nortn south South Tas. Phon; No. 8. DY QUE CHEJfeTMAS For Men GLOVES 50c to $1.50 AT FISH'S , am Landrum, Agent. right thing A Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice mail matter. as second-clas- s Most "everybody is doing" the by being fitted with big new the spectacles at S. C. FranKliu's new shop. 3t. bi-foc- Our store has been headquarters for 25 years for useful Holiday Gifts. Look over the suggestions we offer then come and see for yourself the good and useful presents for men, women and children PERSONAL Fred Owens is here from caster for a few days. O. D. and Logan Bryant were in Pine Hill, Sunday between trains. Mrs. Henry Catron, of Lincoln countv is with relatives here and in the county. Mrs. A. M. Hiatt and Miss Minnie Hiatt were up from Brod-heaWednesday. W. T. Davis, the expert typo, is helping the Signal force out . during the rush. Wm. ''Buck" French has returned from an extendsd visit to his sister at Santo Texas. Wm. Mullins will move his family to London as soon as he is able to secure a house. Mr and Mrs. R. W. Schroder, of Livingston, spent Sunday with Mrs. Fishback and family. Mr. and Mrs. Paris Sawder have returned from a visit with Mrs. Sowder's parents at Jellico. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. McBee spent Saturday and Sunday with Dr. and Mrs. D. B. Southard at Stanford. S. Burdette McKenzie has accepted the position as Asst. Freight Agt. of the L. & N. at this place. Dr. D. B. Southard was up from Stanford Tuesday. The Doctor is well pleased with the outlook at bis new location. Chester Landrum nas a position in Florida and left last Saturday for that State. He went on ac count of bis health. Mrs. R. A Sparks was called to Louisville last week on account of the sudden illness of her sister, Mrs. Satterfield of that city. his C. H. Mullins has sold interest iii the drv cleaning es tablishment, recently started in Loudon and has returned to Mt. Vernon to take a place in U. G. Christmas rautata will be rendered at the Presbyterian Su-dchurch next evening. Morning worship at li o'clock. Lan- Everybody welcome. ay For Boys OVERCOATS NEOKWRAR S3, to $H. 25c to 50c 25c to 50c 50c 50c up. For Girls COATS $2 50 to $6 50c and $1 50c $1. to SL50 For Women RAIN COATS SILK HOSE KID GLOVES HANDBAGS SHIRT-WAIST-SHIR- .... 2.50 to $7 50 50c to $1. $1. . movement is on loot here looking to the establishment of a first class electric moving picture show. Will pioply be ready for exhibiting by Christmas or not later thau New Year. A HANDKERCHIEFS .. 5c to 50c FUR CAPS 50c to $1.50 SWEATERS '. SILK SCARFS AVIATION CAPS WOOL SWEATERS TESS-TEDD FINE CAPS GLOVES ODD PANTS 50c to $3.00 25c to $1.00 MUFFLERS ... 50c to $2. $1. up SHOES ..82. to $3. d Mr. Jonas McKenzie received Jewelry Baker's store. R. A. Sparks ' as returned from Lewisburg. Teun., where he has been looking alter the railroad construction contracts ot W. J. Sparks Co, Work will be finished about September of 19 13. Drs. Hatfield and Harris have closed their offices here and moved to Danville to practice Den tistry in that. city. Their many friends here wish them success in .their new field . Boy Britton received a message morning announcing the No pardeath of his brother. Mr. and ticulars as to the cause left lor Somerset Mrs. Britton yesterday afternoon. George. Fredericks and a number of citizens of Chestnut Ridge near town report having seen a little black bear in that vicinity recently "Little Fled" makes it a point to leave town now betore dark every a letter Wednesday morning announcing the death of his nephew "Litue' Jim White, a son of Jas. so DON'T BE LATE. I. White, at Tucson, Arizona, where he has lived for the past six or seven years. He underwent an operation for appendi oitis and never revived from the operation filled prompty with bejt values Mrs. Roy Rader, who use to be Miss Linda Ballard, a sister to our in stock and WE PAY EXPRESS G. M. Ballard, died townsman, ANYWHRE Sunday afternoon of consumption, at the home of her mother on the on Orders of $5 or over. Big Hill. Mrs. Rader had been in declining health for two years or more. The burial took place Gold cuff links and everything Monday at the familv burying in the jewelry line at Fish's. ground near her old home. Milton Rash, a good citizen of If the Ked Cross seals have the Scaggs Creek section, broke shown up here for the coming his leg last week. He was driving holidays we have tailed to see them. along a very rough section ot the sptctacles are a comroad with one foot hanging down bined "long distance and local' ' from the running-gea- r of his wagon glasses for both looking away and when his leg struck a large rock reading. and broke the bone. Mr. Rash had County Board of Education a few years ago. December 30th. Those and this leg had been of no use to meets on having business before the board him for some years and he has will meet them on that date. used a crutch a long while. Ladies hand bags, scarfs, jewelry Mr. Rash will have the leg kid gloves, in fact anything to make a nice present. There is but one Western Union Sutton & Mcbee's. telegraph office maintained in a Another supply of fine railroad station between Louisjust arrived. ville and Middlesbcro and that is spectacle fixtures Give satisfaction and happiness to at Pine Hill this county. By some husband, brother, sister, oversight the agent at that point wife, by presenting a pair of failed to get notice lrora railroad or father these splendid glasses, fitted with company to turn the office supplies cable temples at S. C. Franklins etc., ovar to the telephone people 3- new shop. on Oct. 21st. the date ou which a majoritv of the offices were transThe Courier Journal mentions ferred or discontinued. There are celery raising in Christian and suits peuding :n U. S. court at Warren counties, this state. It Louisville between the telegraph mentions a half acre raised this and railroad companies over the year by a Warren county citizeu right-ot-waThis court, it is who expects to realize $100 j or said, has directed that such offices $1200 from the halt acre. It is have not been transferred or claimed the quality is better thau that discontinued must continue trans- that of Michigan celery for which until further Kentuckians pay thousands of acting business Telegrams dollars for every year. S. C. orders of the court. from Brush Creek, Livingston and Franklin and Dr. Lovell have vegetable for Mt, Vernon are sent and received raised this fine by telephone through Mt. Vernon pa;t several years right here in and put on telegraph wires at town. H. C. Gentry has a. nice crop of it ou hands now. London Suits START S Wuridrh YOUR SHOPPING AND COME Jewelry EARLY THE EARLY CHRISTMAS SHOPPER GETS THE PLUMS HERE WITH IN THE DAY. LOOK FOR THE SIGN OF THE FISH MAIL ORDERS SHOP EARLY and you will get Better Service THE HOME OF GOOD CLOTHES Select Your Gilts Now and We'll Deliver Them Anytime. EaE?iHfrW Bi-foc- al PER CENT when we stop to think of the large number of new patrons we have served since 3 white-swellin- g bi-foc- al A last Chris Imas and the large majority of old ones that y. have continued with us, we feel greatly encouraged and indebted to this community It is, and shall con -tinue to be, our earnest endeavor to repay the confidence thus bestowed upon us by furnishing the very best banking ser--: . vice possible. And this service we. hope will be freely and liberally used If we could persuade . all those who might make use of our bank, to do so, the prosperity of our people would be greatly increased. day. W. S. Fish, Stanford's insurance man, has succeeded A. L. Wilder in the telephone pole business in Mr. Wilder had this county. been conducting the business for some months which heretofore had been handled by R. L. Collier of Mr. Fish is Crab Orchard. Madisos county. originally, from He has many relatives in Rockcastle. The patrons of the music department of Langdon Memorial will regret to learn that Miss Claudia Dodson who has been at the head of the musical department of that institution for the past two and a half years has resigned to accept a position in the Conservatory of Music at Indianapolis. She will assume her duties there on Jan. 1st. A competent teacher will be secured to take Miss Dod oa's place here. BakingPowder AbsoIutelyPure The Woman Makes the Home She makes it best who, looking after the culinary department, turns her back resolutely upon unhealthful, or even suspicious, food accessories. She is economical; she knows that true economy does not consist in the use of inferior meat, flour, or baking' powder. She is an earnest advocate of home made, home baked food, and has proved the truth of the statements of the experts that the best cooking.in the world today is done with Royal Baking Powder, - Royal However; we shall continue working toward that end That shall be our aim. And now we wish you all a Merry,Merry Christmas and many of them. 1 4 2'i ';n $ q Cp 4. 4 $ V- - THE PEOPLES BANK ' ' . U. Pres., P. E. DRUMMOND, Vice Pres., L J P. L. THOMPSON, Jr., Cashier, C. C. COX, Ass't. Cashierl 's . ' - t vans (cfJitAk BANK WITH US. JUMBIHIIBI WWI I H II II MH J &1'a Mtnmitmr rt-,- mit irMv i?? distress are sent cloudy end uncertain, topulas K and the warning o pain and times m ten, a throughout limbs and frame, straightway, nine Kke firing messagsh at the point where she first will lav the cause of the trouble to some defect irritability or twitching and fcU U? Is Tt a headache, a backache, u secaiion of a uncontrollable ncrvouMire?. something must be wrong with the head or back, This Is the rcasoB why wcmcn have CULPEPPER SIETINGS J lo grow DISPUTANTA We are having very fine weather .,,. wncn .1 " nerves .. nn inougnis t. oegm 4.. Peckhr.m My wife talks, talks trlK.s all the time. Underthum You're wrong. She must listen part "f the time ir the my wile wouldn't be with her woman naturally sys, but alt the time the real trouble very often centers in a of lea (he seat oc the difficulty is here, and so much. womanly organs. In nLis cases out and inflamwoman should take rational treatment for its cure. The local disordersteadily and "Wheu are you alone in the mation of the delicate special orgaus of the sex should be treated systematically. store?'- asked the friend. Dr. Pierce, during a long period cf practice, found tbt a prescription made "Pretty mu.m all the time" anthjusc of alccnol, relieved over 90 from medicinal cxtrccis of native roots his private pracboss swered the clerk. "M per cent. o such cases. After using this remedy for many years in tice he put It up in form of Dr. Tierce's Favorite Prescription, that would make it dceu't advertise. easily procurable, end it car. be haa at any store where medicines arc handled. failing in health Tin key awful bard to get writes: " I Mr.s. ..,..,. Lit.a R H.vn:crs, of Zpiis, Va.,nl.ln to attendhad boonhousehold duties. ,r r flu, to mv r Hathuh have agocsi, and 1 wa- trotting ory bad but, thanks to Doctor was Tomale aiai-j- . 'bides, day ain't so bird ter reach only throe bottles of b i umk Vi.ww's modii inos, I an; oil and stronij lb- - ' i. '..' r.' i Lavo nothing but praise for ito 1 When dey on de roos' ' io.: WOIS'l " . !...' Doctc: 1 "is r " Was there much tuss about PIFRCE'S PI. "ATT rELLETS FOR LIVER HJ-- l; TAKE the telephone girl's breaking her engagement?" "No simply a case of ring off." iii'i m The other night when they hac r t&'t S Y. 5Kk SWA rrm P1EJR ffQ 8 t SH& P M c mpn.j to dii.i.cr. Hod Peter iiwile told him that it wasn t etiquette to set down to the tabU Our line of Couch Caskets ft. in nis shirtsleeve; but Hod sail S )) tv . is unexcelled m ssrciare JKiTi l aiKiTTTr"r. he'd be ding swizzled if he was SSWrtSf USSwtT Vft73:ft ft land-mad- e Coffins furnished t,oin' to take bis shirt off, etiquette tit 5 . Hearse sent to all parts of jj or uo etiquette. i'i f ! Talk to any woman long enough the Count v $: and you will find th.it tne deutis' AH orders by vVire Promptly Filled overcharged her. Not only that but you will learn the amount she paid him. Phone 1)4 S MT. VERNON, KV Farmer Cull Here, you bhe goin' with that rased, where iny'-rnu- !: .: 1 - nd 1 i wr!rh3j$m l mpk&l& TTL? SWO .JL WH , i for winter. Mrs. Jennie Adams Misses Dora and Susie Ball were visiting at Mr. John Anliu's last Saturday and Sunday. Miss Mat tie McGuire was visiting friends at Clear Creek last week. Will Stephens gave the young fflks : Saturday night social last Hiram Thacker went to Richmonc last week with his tobacco Bill Angliu of this place is back ai Brush Creek. W. T. Smith was in Richmond Friday on business. Miss Virgie Payne was n Berea lastTucsJ.) having s me dental work done Miss Bessie AlcWhorter's school closed last Friday and she returned Miss Vereia home baturday. Payne srave the young folks a social list Friday night. All enjoyed j'le evening. Mis;?.-- . Lula Owens an Chess e Anglin visited 1 PUKUC SALE. mm ot tne is rtuiuinistoator t H. W. Brown, deceased. I on Friday, Dc. 27. 1012 a l tl.r C late reside:. :e ol tne deceased. 3 miles South of O il. offer '.or sale to the highes. a nd b:st bi.ld r tne iollowing: r ' I good 6 year-olmare. 4 extsa '! ZIW ;i 'mmmmmwmmmmmmmmmmmmj VERNON CASKET CD. PRACTICAL UNDERTAKERS FUNERAL DIRECTORS, AND I r-- 5 11 g (t d .5Svk jm WJ3$SYrm nw. 11 .., ness, and o: corn, bay and foddt-r-, H BTbETALI bee hive, one good watch and a B. .ioud shot gun, growing crop ui Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of kvheat, 3 shares 01 stock in Kami Sr rework for the company. ers' Telepuone Co., ami one loii'.-- . ome meat and lrnt; an organ .... STOrdcs by wire promptly tillnd Hearse sent to all points cue UoUaeuolu ana kitchen mm;-ture- . 1 barrel, .i.&l.ui Ullll UUgRl, ilti: farming tools, about 25 ffZ. g 11UJAL3IEIJS Mt. Vernon, Ky, g 1 2 5s CUC Coffins and Robes. coaskets 1 saltr: 55 and iKici cash in hand, over ?5 six lnoui. tune, beaiing icjial iiitciOi a.. lcrmsof 1 GEORGE OWEreS,' Manager i . Office Mt. Vernon Monumental Building fiiff f-- PHONE iw I . 1123 tifl tit, TJjg ,.pr.)Vc(l scuiu- - Siiu 1...-- . aiiiaiiiiUUiiUlillUilllliiilUUliiilUUiiiUiiililliliimilil ws i !' 'r rf timwrm P.-! jyjfcrfa i'-Jt-ol - J n tl T ?! it I 11 i" J. M. Ckaig. Administrator. ! ftY I I tuikt? y-j- 5 . Yesterday Tcday To-morro- w YESTERDAY is bat a .livani. ouly a virion, well lived m ikes but yest,rdav a dream of and e wry a vision uf hop. Tlui-eforto day, y not "strJa)' nor brinj your account to TO-DAY hap-pine- -s e to-da- THE -- B VNT!C OF MT. VERNON b-i- ny and and all yo ir raollectioas of will l.rinj: you :r:vat s uisf.ioticn aid all your dealings 'and relations wiih Mils will brinj? you reat prosperity. a pro-,p-i-.tv c :. Thn our hop is that all your moneys will you happi-- n " THE SANK OF MT. VERV10S!; C. C. WIIJJM-5. Pr.-si- d :nt. KENTUCKY W. I.. RICHARDS, Cashier"" f2 :s P. rlSSs3 Sid POSTED We the undersigned strictly for hunting or tresspassing of any kind upon our lands and will punish to the extent of tbe law anv one guilt of the same: G. S. Hiatt W C. Johnson Over U. G. Baker's Store. Crown and IJridije Work asjiecialty. All work jiiKiraiHced. WITHERS W. T. FRANOIS, & -- j.. - QraVfS vis.Ied Mr and Mrs. (J Mullins Sunday. Home and o'AUx in the late lvsidi'neo C. Estil and Dr. Myei-- formerly ocniyu'd onOld Lillie .Muilms have about recover Main St.,::.Mt. Vernon. ? l0tjr recent sifskue ed .Mises Reoeeca and Flora rrr Allen viiUfd 'heir brother, John C. C. Allen, f.: Kobu.ate Saturday and ATTORNFY-AT-LASundaj. .J. R. Alcorn, of Cooks-buris repaning J. N. Roberts' MT. VERNON. KY. grist mill at this place. Mr. and FFICE. On 2nd. floor o The BanV of Mt. Vernon . on Churc Mrs. Dan Qninn, of Pittsburg, relatives in this part Saturstreet. Special attention given day and Sundav. Victor Price to collections. and sister, Miss. Katie, will close .So. Phone No. their schools at this place Friday and will return to their home at Level Greeu Saturday. Well, Christmas is approaching and all the glittle folks are looking for UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER j Sauta Clans, so please. Old Santa, . 1 tKtiL UI1IIS . Ml - . LTtTSU ' (' fl v ....... Ip T.r.. ! C. K. Mulllns, alter being confined to Ins room for three weeks, is improving fast, and will soon be ' the whale, out again -- Born to the wife of Boyd Carpenter a fine boy. Chris When terrapins knit woolen sox And the hare is outrun by the Demociatic ticket. Did ou ever know a Christma that comes faster? Kisses sometimes speaks loudei than words. "Son. why don't you write . letter toSanti Clans?, All tla ooys did it when I was a kid'' Why I hav "Write a letter? a wireless station, dad. Every man thinks his wife is going to a lot of minecessan trouble when she cleans house. Whtu the lion eatshav like an ox. And the fishing worm swallows Mr. Dark leibh 'Deed, xMista. Cnll I aiu't goit g nowhar. I": pain' a 'lecttoii bet dat's all. 01' Cuil and John Graves, year: SOs. igo were at a notice raising, (Ju. made a misstep and fell trom rtx lo the ground. ''Arejoudead or alive cuil?" asked John. "I'm alive" said Cull feebh "Sure but ou are such a ha. I don t know whether to belie you or not" " Well then I mus be dead said Cuil. for joi wouldn't dar to call me a liar if I was alive." Santa Claus, we may remark i e... passing has alwas voted tin 99... last weel . Stanley Payn who has been working at FrlJiouth lell from the train last week and was scriou.-.lhurt. The post office at Di.i will he nuv d to O. '. Payne's store the Ch ssie Aigliu and Lula Owens visited Mrs. Mary Thacker Saturday and Sunday. Miss Bessie Lu.k returned fro a Hamilton, Oho, last Sunday. y ta Mrs. Mollie Joffv jH. C. Jones, rvueiiuneer. Are Yon Nervous? . Shop early and avoid the rush. When you o'tle of Chaniiitrriain'. ' o..; liiMiiedv It will .ton fix you ry 'eunenrv tmviu i)iifr;n"ta. " arc)- ic ant; i'en'lv i - have a cold get a :t ilright and will ward off i.aj he - ' 'inedv contain no opium or oth n ' . ' n What makes you nervous? It is the weakness of your pi womanly constitution, which cannot stand the strain of the fef hard work you do. As a result, you break down, and ruin jy your entire nervous system. Don't keep this up! Take M Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cydui is made from purely vegetable ingredients. It acts gently on the womanly organs, uji and helps them to do their propwr work. It relieves pain f and restores heakh, in a natural manner, by going to the )1 source of the trouble and building up the bodily strength. da i an du i. m .M bvUhas. C. Davis. in !"1uaI33il $kir&'j9J3 m i S&7 0! TAKE rc 11 ai i7 ilinhac .C 8 i L4VJ r Hq J, imtJ J r too oc ..C0t c6 scSr CKG s c? V- - oc?) cn THE DRUGGIST, says the Time to buy your toilet articles of all kinds as COLGATE ifc COMPANY, lias given him special instructions how to show a complete toilet articles to lfn of ready-to-ustl e most scrutinizing customers. v "s e .GCfO CO ...OSQ .f3 oO ocC ce so c S SO No Gace Fortner, of Afen, W. Va., took CarduL is what she says about it: "I was so weak and This nervous, I could not bear to have anyone near me. I had 7 m fainting spells, and I lost flesh every day. The first dose && K; of Cardui helped me. Now, I am entirely cured of the fainting spells, and I cannot say enough for Cardui, for I fM know it saved my life." It is the best tonic for women. Do you suffer from any of the pains peculiar to women? a Take Cardui. It will help you. Ask your druggist Mrs. Write to: LSUiCS AOVXSOry ijcdi.. bc?;:."Hoas HfS for Special Instructions, and WTU 3 Tk asvc; wumtLua luiiHL frH "A y- e. &p:e iucuaa: tu., uauiiuoBp, 1 can., Trcatatat lor Vomen." sent Iree. 150 tjBtfbJMMBHEalKfl ?vwAWr oO oco OS ao.. ioe OOO eO OS e ooB rThe Love Letters of begin issue love-lette- rs " a 69 cy .. ...09$; a i0 Confederate General 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 most brilliant feats of arms in the history of the world. He was as great a lover as he was a eeneral. therefore these letters conihinr. an. j thentic history and exquisite romance. They sound a numan note tliat no other work of literature has done in a decade; it is war, it is romance, it is history, it is literature. You simply can't afford to miss this wonderful series an inside story of the Civil War now nublished for the first timi and rontaJmnfr .1! Kthe freshness of a contemporary happening. These letters will grip you hard, . .....wv ..v.... ...en. iu u3i. 1111 uui nu; ivuijuii miu acnu it j now before you forget it. TEe eca 90s... 0oe. 419. ) PHONE 39 "HO ...rs) 9tfl 00a... So... (Of CHAS. C. DAViS MT. VERNON, Y. 'ot) eO set; Q& aati CO in a real written WEyears ago the November our over scries fifty by one of national eo 9... so tsO e... ..... ........ .... x 3e'.9 St4 SO (; tened Emmett. Mr. and Mrs. W. snail, When fish creep over dry lat d. And mules on velocipedes ride. When horses burrow in the sand, And when women in dreis take BfSSf r frLur i Pictorial i v . ir i KaH Review Co. 222 Wt.t 39th S. New York Cfy ictorial Review 15 Cents a Copy One Dollar & Year Enclosed please V find 25c. for which Mnv .. . . . , nor. in,! j -n WiiiltirilS, g, -0 no pride, American heirts witi patriotism cease to burn, Theu the Democratic party nil be dead, And the country wont be worth a When ... 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Let u i1O J r 1 A 1 V tli IN Y Sktfinford, Kv. bert Anderson Saturday night and Sunday. But I believe there are other attractions. Am I not right? Ben Mullins, who is working at Ida May, Ky., is expected home Christmas. Misses Maggie Russe Mullins visited their cousins, Misses Susie and Leona Anderson. Sunday. Emmett Anderson visited homcfolks Sunday. FAMOUS STAGS BEAUTIES look with horror on Skin Eruptions, Blosches, Sorts or Pimples. Thev don't have them, nor will anyone. whoues Bucklen's Arnica Salve. It glorifies the faee. Eczema or Salt Rheutn vanish before it. It cures sore lips, chapped ban 1s, chilblains: heals burns, cuts and bruises. Unequalled for piles. Only 25 cts at Ohas. C Davis'." POUND! FOUND, the place to buy Spectacles and Eyejjlassef for $1.50 and up. Gold. Silver and Aluminum Frames. Largest selection in town, teyes tested Free. Years of experience. iStJL H your friends and neighbors and collecting tlw renewals of our present subscribers. Try for THIS month's prises. There are lots of prizas that ean lie won only by persons living in towns some size as your own. Write at once to the S- ecure a Snare & how you how you can simply bv fonvardinjr p. BUTTTERICK PI BUSHING COMPANY BUTTERICK BUILDING, NEW YORK CITY lAiftrliif JEWELER AND OPTICIAN. COX J. C. MOORE EROS. SORC 15 COULD SHOUT FOR JOY. "I Wanted to thank you from rhe bottom of my heart, " wrote C P All smokers should know Duke's Mixture made by Liggett 6f Myers at Durham, N. C. Pay what you will, you cannot get better granulated tobacco for 5c than the big ounce and a half sack of Duke's Mixture. And with each of these big sacks you . get a book of cigarette papers FREE.- by saving the Coupons now packed in Liggett 4- Jdyers Dnke's Mixture. Or, if you don't want a reel getany one of the hundreds of other articles. In the list you will find something for every member of the family. Pipes, cigarette cases, catcher's gloves, cameras, watches, toilet articles, etc These handsome presents cost you nothing not one cent. They simply express our appreciation of your patronage. Remember you still get the same big one and a half ounce sack for 5c enough to roll many cigarettes. Daring November and December cnty, u3 alR send oar new - gggMwyignK.ygwfrigw Get a Good Fishing Reel Free fl Mount Vernon Monumental w Electric bit tensive manufactuiers of Home cause rheumatism. ters have no equal. Try them Remedies, Spices, Extracts, Soaps Every bottle is guaranteed to sat of an( Toilet Articles. Perfumes, Stock isfy. Only 50 cts at Chas. 0. Davis .FVHDEALER in Marbles and, and Poultry Preparations in Rock- CHESTNUT SHINGLES. M.niiiniHiitH of 5illicastle or adjoining Counties. Wri e me for prices on j Representative must lurtiish'sutt-" "nds. Estimates furnished able conveyance. Large profitsi famous "Waddle" make the of 4 , v "on application. hingles made, Ad- - shingles. Best and a permanent position. ' GEO. OWENS Pror H H. Wood, dress The American Remedy Co.,' R.a,der' f, LW?"TJ' ,W' Y" iui "c wui.uciiui uuuijie uenent i got from Electric Bitters, in curinv me of both a severe case of s ton ache trouble and of rheumatism, from which I had been aa alnios helpless sufferer for te'nXyears 1 suited my case a? though madt lust for me." For dvsoeDsia. inrii Wanted: An industrious man gestion, jaundice, and to ri j th. to rcpreseut one o the most ex svsten of kidnev prisons th ? i lrVB SPECIAL Winter Tourist Tickets NOW ON SALS TO ALL WINTER RESORTS ROUND-TRI- P FARES TO Florida, Cuba, New Orleans, Panama ; J3 illustrated catalogue of presents Simply send us your FREE. name and address. Coupons front Duke's Long Return Limit. Full Stop-OvPrivileges. Three through daily trains to Florida, via Oueen& Crescent Route. Double daily through service to New Orleans. 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