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Mount Vernon signal: December 27, 1912 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1912 mou1912122701_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: December 27, 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. 1 Published Every Friday itwrawmnwiMm1 Established 1887 7iaTniwsrlririfTtTririrr r. E22BH1 NUMBER 13 i?riwmna VOLUME XXVI. iKSk i;t.,iiP IMS MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27. 1912 Xmas pasaeJ off very quietly here. Miss Nannie Catron, of Catron, Ky., spent the week with To the Progressives oi Misses Viola and Kate DeBord. Rockcastle: V. T. Todd, who spent most of ; Returns from the election on the fall in Livingston, .has reNov. 5th showed that there turned to L vcl I reen and no were over 4,000,000 rojjrosstves wonder for ilse is at i in Hie United btatei. it also, in.mo orr;n vt; there was is spending vacati m witi hoa- Kentucky. And in oh Rock folks. Vic Price and sister, Miss in Mrs A. M. Hiatt. Wednesday afternoon, she having received the castle there wre nesuK' 000 and l Katie, who have been teaching in a ot an organization. A tne eastern part of the county most voles by a large majority. not sign The 25. in gold was given to good showing for a party to notfinishe1 their six months work l t. vm1 ' llifo t .!!? klr1 - rt i - last Friday and came home Sat" Givens Carson, and A.J. Estridge we Clias. and Granville held the number that took in the.. are the second strongest Jpartv urday. , , , , ,. in the nation, wiih some of the Hurst, who have been west for c1, giu. in gnui. myuouy noiuingi cuumr,y 111 me s jine time, are at horn j for few number 590 will be presented j orr.uiiesi men 01 our with a ten spot as the lucky num- - National and Si ite Progressive das. W. J. I rown, of BrodheaJ, ;mct in my opinion ate Xnns dinner wit 1 Lomefoiks ber failed to show up. Oscar orcanizatioi s wilt he a successful uiirty in th. here. Joe Ridel 1 nd Miss a. Spoonaniore, accompanied by neai- - future. Thompson spoilt Tuesday night Mrs. Louella Weaver, drove to Mt Vernon, Wednesday, of last With all the enthusiasm, firm- with Miss Katie rice. Rev. D. week, where they were mavitd ness ami .iui that ureva:!ed at K. Geiity and daughter, Miss by the Rev. T. C. Dule Miss; the vJhicago conference last, week Georgia, were down from Quail, Hauip Mcece, of Clyde Verlin Wilmott, and Homer; and the interest our sister counties Wednesday. I idiana, is visiting his father and Harwood Wallin were married at "are taking jn the Piogressive the home of the bride, Thursday. party bv making permanent organ mother here. Mrs. Jane Preach, December 19th, the Rev. A. J.'izations. I think it hi.h time the .vho has been at Piato fi.r some Hike officiating The bride is the Progressive.- - of this county ;or time, has returned to her daughbeautiful daughter of Mrs M. E . together and perfect a count ter, Mrs. Dahlia Shell. Miss s Wilmott. The groom is a son of organization that we will be better Lucy and Mattie Mink are visitMr. Dud Wallin, of Crab Orch-- . prepared to right the politic d ing their uncle, J. V. Mink at Miss Mary Mae ard, and a gentleman of sterling ' battles for better government in Maretburg. qualities. Their nianv friends County, State or Nation in the Lathi m is at home for a fewhivs. W. H. Brown and daugter, Miss join in congratulation of the happy future, event, wish them long, happy and j Now if all progressives who may Ora, wore in Mt. Vernon, last K. B. Thomson is prosperous lives. Kev. w. '. chance 10 re.ut this and are Saturday. with home- Rogers resigned as pastor of the interesteJ in thf county Jones, w no lias beH Church list Saturdav and Sun- Mti m.- ,:ii mr,nn:il . loUs- - "ll1 the mountains for a few day. and will take charge of the letter seth.ir forth vour views on . . J Vla,Un """Steier moiuns church at Nelsonville. The ser the subject under consideration, u :c . cinoc nf tlio Pot P R Pilmi' .f rnt. airs. u. n.. rrice, and Fariston, have been secured, and manifested there will be a meeting!1 t,Ie n' CM'were the guests ----he will assume charge the fourth for that purpose mlled in the near of .Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Riddle, at Sunday in January. - Oliver future so we may perfect such Walnut Grove last Sunrluv. forget yourself when you make up yur list of Christmas purchases Mrs. W. F I3eUord, who hns owe Potts, who is employed as a Mas- - an organ-zatton- . almost well again. by treating your- ter Mechanic in Louisville bv the We cordiair invite all m tlie been and Mrs. G. IJ. Lawivncu-not make sure of getting something you a present Dr. L. & N. was here Saturday and self to a Clothcraf Suit or Overcoat? Sundav., and while hero. bp was two old parties tint believe in a spent Xmas day with Mr. and .. Progressive govermnem ana urea Mrs. w M. Brown-Rrn.,- -- Level Green You ought to have some new clothes for the holidays lit right, look right and stay right. You'll be surprised at made a Royal Arch Mason bv ()1 to joui in with us and school closed last Fridav with any wy, and the Clothcralt line will give you a chance to the value we can give you in Clothcraft Clothes at, say, ... rl,n,vor v 1 .W.J p... a .. .w-. ..V. n7 ... .... ..r lets have u suic""u(;"1 "' t... i . ... exercises, orae ot tlie Allpn Hiai-r"iCjsnort, M freshen up your wardrobe without adding much to your Mv nncl Mr $15, $18 or $20. iChristmas expense;. When you see these insured clothes, you may think of were here Wednesday, but re- - people. V the people, and for the. teachers have two weeks yet and . some three. Clothcraft Clothes, with a binding guarantee of pure someone else who would appreciate a Clothcraft suit or over tnrned to their country home people. wool, lasting shape and service, cost you only $1o to 25. coat as a gift. iNow Aula ieA wtaties to an and Thiirrf!iv. vvliPro thPV v,Hl Iisivp n no more than take a chance clothes. They're made right, il solk'u for speedy replies, "I had been troubled with con sale of uersonal oronertv tipation f ortwo years and tried I am respectfully yours THE CLOTHCRAFT and then return to old Brodhead. ail of the best physicians in Bristol A Progressive, "The Last Rose of Summer," Tenn., and they could do nothing STORE P. H. ShUTts a play presented by the Brodi. -- d for me.' writes Thos. E. Williams, Dramatic Club, Xmas evenii. , Middleboro, Kv "Two packages 'ol Chamberlain's Stomach and was la gely attended and greatiy FOILS A FOUL PLOT. Liver Tablets cured me." For enjoyed. The club presented the When a shamefu. lilot exists he- sale by Chas. C. Davis. same play to a large and appro- - tween her and b .w:s to caue dis- riativf audience at Livingston, tress bv refusing to act, take Dr. King's New Life Pills, and end such . , ... Solid comfort secured when you mursuay evening. Attorney abuseol yonr sxtem. The gentlv get the up to date bifocal, cable land Mrs E, R. Gentry Avere the compel right action ol stomach, temple spectacles, fitted at S. guests of Cashier add Mrs. A. M. ,VCA. u ,O. Franklins new sbop, next door neaiin ann r.n imjhi teci.ngs. j cis. tiiatt tins weeic. to Jonas McKenzio's s'ore at chas. C Da Ah ala-evo- to from Knoxville, Ten'n. Miss Judith McUall is down from Maretburg for a few days. Miss Mabie Roberts, of Stanford, is spending a few days with relatives. Mr and Mrs. Lysander Howard, of Louisville, are visiting relatives and friends here during the holidays. The $350. piano given away in the ''Most Popular Young Lady Contest" by B. 0. Anderson & Son. was awarded to P. H. SSiutts Addresses a Leiter to the LEVEL GREEN. .i 7,.. u,n . , ! "" - i I JI 1 ! - J organi-,s'lui-,-ilfewd- a's - - . Put Your Mam DON'T t Down for a Slofcheraft Suifi or , ..... -X s-ei- 1 -- Overcoat tfrt You Why want - ,! l bo-si-,- m - ww- -. -- , . -- I to-da- SUTTON & McBEE The Big Events of Interest In 1912 i . i - , ,,. .' 1 mKTvTwrS sTTiTsrt WLfi 1 1 km P. 1 1 a fji &'fFfi yr gf -- 5ac-o -- w rS?k 1 fc$S &&TrZTamM I j5XS 3 &M$ I A J A) J i SSI 1 tfcilt Photo ot SS-- J Jfe ii ISQifiS' Taftcopyricht by Purdy. Pbotos of Equitable Are, Roosevelt and Wilson copyright by American Press Association, January the $15,000,000 Equitable building in New York was burned down. Roosevelt threw his "hat in the ring" in February. Boald Amundsen announced the discovery of the south pole in March. April witnessed the Titanic disaster. Wilbur Wright, the pioneer of aviation, died in May. Taft was renominated in June. In July the mikado of Japan died, and the following month was marked by the death of William Booth in London. America wa forced to send troops to quell a Nicaraguan revolt in September. The opening engagement of the Balkan war took place In October. November saw tha election of Wilson, and the house of governors met in Richmond, Va., in December. IX IIKODHEAD. . Miss Dora Blaoton has accpted a, position as clerk for B. C. Anderson & Son Miss Lizzie Gen ttry was with her cousin, Miss Sue Cable, during the holidays. Miss George fJarrett'is over from Berea spending Xmas with rela Joe Riddle, of Walnut tires. Grove, visited relatives here last week. Mise Etta Cable has returned home from Richmond, ;vhere she has been attending school for the past three months. She will return after the holidays Eva Albright is over from Pongo Tharp and Miss Etta rfowder were with home folks during the holi- - in Mt. Vernon shopping Monday, days. Miss Ella Carson is down Mrs. R. H. Hamm has been num- from Mt. Vernon for a few days, bered among the sick . I R. Miss Jewel Francisco has re- - Storm has returned home from turned home from Paris after, Keavy, where he has been engaged spending a few days with her .in business matters for the past sister, Mrs Ed. Sprowle. Miss month. Miss Delora Boyd re Margaret Tharp. of Junction City; turned home from Corbin where is spending a lew davs with her she has been attending school. sister, Mrs. R. B Albrigftt, this Mrs. Mary Evans, of Berea, is week. Mr and Mrs. R. E. Al-- ( spending a few das" with and Mrs, T. H. Likins and daughter. Mrs. D. B. Chandler little son are the guests of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Durham are and Mrs. H. L. Tharp at Junction down from Mt. Vernon visiting Mrs. Susie relatives this week. City this week.' Miss Vir I I her-brigh-t ginia Davis is here from Mt. v, r- nou, the guestof Miss Clyde N :u- son. Mr R. L. Owens, f Sal m. Ind., is spending this week with his mother, Mrs. Katie Owens. Misses Lela Albright and Hazel Reynolds are at home from Mt. Vernon for a few days. Mrs. Henry Howard of New York City, and Mrs. Garrett Howard, of Pineville, are the guests of Mrs. F. D Robin 8. of the Coppercreek Dr. and Mrs. W. F. section. Carter have returned from a visit to relatives in Owen county. C. C. Wilmott is at home this week Iji ii y pfir ft n f f Mim-i- .- -J 't A 1 r . ""ara'WraggagMcMg? J'ave Jost - m hi Miaanrw unfiti 1IWWMW1H -- -- "MNri - - a ttamtam MT- - VOKLD manv rf our good citiCharges of wholesale vote-bu- y inj YOU. WCP AND YOU WetP wish evervbodv could go lntimiditioiiHiid general rorrup ion li rx cr (& m &m & m & & $2 czm mm mm mm cak ALONE" do.vti tber an see or themselves Oi t e ballot l:l Pil-nnrl I.Olr.Vl.r J --if J Friday, Dec. 27, 1912 urd you would come ....ck .shouting KIFF! BIFF! BIFF, the Great! counties were martP ...Hmv in t u.y o jo-- ' mid,' ( eond school-an- d &.,;.,., Magazine of Fun isipeit;on filed bv J M, Kobci-'l better churches. We can. if we makine greatei. stndes thau a, y Democratic candidate for Published every Friday by Urrm s me of tho-- e things other magazine before theAmer rignt 011 scow street, near wnere .vil. c""ito-i- n; .luh'. the electi n ot EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. the teoeral officers stay in Coving heic can public today. is a mag.' John P. Butler, Republican, nro It 1 OOUQB 1 1 ton. My son took one of his :.:g Ai.bekt Allen. z'ne that wi'l keep the whole fami wa eieciea uii the fa:e or the re EO IV automobiles and put me in it and ly in a good humor. The staff of turns. $I.OO OBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR showed me lots of things that I I Bifl contaius the greatest artists, Hi HANSFORD. Slate Auditor Bosworth, acting had never dreamed ot before. Then caricaturists, criti-- s and editors on upon an opinion from Attorney Advertising rates made known on we went so fast and easy. At imie.s Mr and Mrs. H. C. Kirbv speni on the continent. It is highly e wo wouM g) So fast I could h&rdlv Saturday and Sundiy with relatives illustrated and printed in many General Garnett, declined to application a warrent in f ivnr ot Superintendsee the houses and yet never a joa : t Cedarvtlle. .Mi- Fa'inv Rowej colors. It will keep the whole ent Barksdah Hamlet for Decemtie for the roads were to smooth Sunday night with Misses family cheerful the year round. salary as inspector of Schoo's When T see how much better peo Martha and F. tiny Kir .Mrs. You can afford to spend 50c a year ber MFMBFR OF and lb.1; superintendent decland "d dii.sclipping and pie live and how much 11:0 if thev K. D. Vance is spe..din4 a tew tn do ",is- KENTUCKY" PRESS ASSOCIATION rnn inrlotr tn TUn RifF Pnh ichin cr he will bring suit. have where they have good roads days with friends and relatives at Q . DaytJon 0hio. for one year's The Georqia Legislature has 8 it made me feel like I wan ed to this place. Mrs. lames Barron subscription. filed a protest with Cong ess If is with her mother, Mrs. Sarah get away from Rockcastle. COULD SHOUT FOR JOY. against the validity of the proposed S. ."I here cutild set the K.sbythis week.-Jam- ei In V57 these Bullock, "I wanted to thank you from amendment to the Constintion roads there wouldn't be one of of T.evt-- 1 (Jreon, attended Holy rhe bottom of inv heart." wrote C providing for the -- lection of Unitv"! theiii who ;juld"vtieagairst bond-o- r Roller meLtini; here Srundaj . 1 B. Itader. of Lewisburg, W. Va., aiates Senators by a direct vote of 1 anything else that would Mr and Mrs. J. R Rowe ipent "for the w mderful double benefit I I never saw be Sunday wish Mr. and Mr-- . Thos. got from Electric Bitters, in curing the people our roads. progress Hasn't E. Ky got the fore such fine pikes and I fsked Ai I , R,Hir rrinrtio,, 11UUU v.;. nie 01 ooui astvere case ot som fiiw UU1 I1UIVT DRIVES OFF A TERROR. ru.. bug to beat the cars. Why, it has farmers there and they r gular appointment at Blue ache trouble and ot rheumatism, The chief executioner of death while ago since some of the onlv been a little from which I had been an almost get along with (.Springs Saturday and Sunday. helpless sufferer tor ten years It in the winter and spring months is people up therein the moun- said they couldn't Street thoe That they were nccess- - j M G Kirby and family spent suited my case a though made pneumonia. Its advance agent if they outthein. tains were perfectly sau-fitary fcr their success and happires Sunday with Mrs. MalisSe MeFer-10:- lust for me " For dyspepsia, indi- are coids and grip. In an a taCK got as far as Winchester any time by one of these urdadies no linn seem to think down there M:ss Maggie Ihadle, of gestion, jaundice, and to ri.1 the be lost in takin-- j the bot within a week after thev had The kidney poisons th-- t system of ? ?n.'????f? get back that bad roads like we have here B'oss, has bee ii with Mrs. W- - M. cause rheumatism and longer to Electric bir medicine obtainoble to drive it off. . are very expensive. few days. George lor a and Mc Try them Countlesg thousands have found rs have ro iqml. agin. and row Ha.-uVD showed me a great Fit lKiti is verv sick and not ex Every ho-'lM y son al-- o i ecause guarar'eed to s? , his io g in s New the lur Roberts are rai-inery. "My husband believes it has ' Da'' school houses m.ule ot Kte( to recover. m am-finsf Only ;octs ji' Chn'j '.Irs. Nat cv thev can't go to Winchester and Kept lllill llwitl tUtwllg IltlC.l.. Mil B,ri0n is spendum a few days hours. brick and stone. Tney are back withii fortv eight hree or f nr nines," u rites people i.iirc a w;ll mr brother. Marion Pit Madam, Read McCall's W Place, Rawsovil', Vt.. ha a railroad only to loik at and tue And they have great deil of interest in theSirLools. 1(,n h.s . viy hck child. The Ml be want"and fcr cough-- , ci Ids and conn They about six wee, child of V M L'.ud ck The Fashion Autiiority officers down there who we hiiv never found its equ.d." aeroplane- - text snd a pipe in- They have ing s very sicic it, liuaranteed tor all broncb'al AtT.'c all the time looKing out tor which has ben are C McCALL'S u a Urge, rtistic. to run their moonshine right into hJ"r--.Thll ,h,J HecliT.B ilons. Price 50 cts. and $1 on monthly e illustrated ; who do not go to scho Magazine that it adding to the happi Louisville. By hPcfc, anybody that children Trial botilo Ttc ;i' (.'has (J. DaUi" at Mt. nsgah .Saturday and Suni nets and efficiency of 1,100.000 say the mountain peo- iheu t .ev make thorn go 01 punh-dUrum Mri T) H t. women each month wants to can . Each issue i brimful of fashions, children veiy hrfrd. is largely reflected in the bank depotion of la it w ek with iiiterr'tln.; &liirt Etonctv and scores S'O.OO TO $100.00 A MONTH ple of Eastern Kentucky are slowei the posits. ideas ins anrt of can't we down here have Mjliou Pavne. J ir your spare time Experience not ne for women. 'Ihere aro more than 10 of than molasses in winter and tnos.s Want an active man In this locality. the npwest ilesicns of the celebrated That id where the foundations of they have some ot the good things McCALl. PATTKKNS ill each lisue. To ntroduce us to your friends. We p iv Another su uly of fine is growing on their nacks, but he prosperity are laid for very many peofor tar, est cash benefits when sick, inju ed. McCALI. PATTERNS am fimous there Tlnre people seem to be C fFntn fit fivJnro- - iitt- orrino st le, lit. simiilicitv and economy. Only hurt n't better sav i. up there. Not ple, and will be laid for many more. and at death for smallest cost. Fioe-lnID and 13 cents each. people except they take ry offer to first ny-- ! surance and getting a just ll.se us ! No honest, serious nuniied persons They are The publishers of McCALL'S will spend on his life . ui-Quick for satisuctiosi and hap a.uss to nllranr from this nlace. Write thousands of dollars extra m the cousins good ro.ids and are denied the privileges of an assoparticulars months in order to keep McCAI.L's head on, and it's greased ail the more niterest in move or liii, s"Sier, wire, nub'HUd, and fhoulders alKo all other women's ciation with this bank. There are none 835. Covington, Ky. education. They get together and or father by THE However. lnaKizincs at anv price. way 'Ray for the mounta.ns! prenting a pair of McCALL'S is only ICc a year, poaltUely whore dealings are to unimportant to talk about all the ihuiaS th it will the-- e worth 51.00. id glasses, fitted wi'b receive considerate attention. Ary flr MrC.II PUfrn Fre Sflfft You M We don't use eno.igh discrimi- help the countr. It is a wondei-fu- l cav)le lemples spectacles are a com at S. C. Franklins I fiom our first copy of McCALL'S, If jou We beplace do.v.i there, but it is bubscribe quickly. nation in giving presents ined "Ions; dista ice and local" new shop. 3- THE HcCALL COHPANY. 235 VTtst 37th St. Nw York gilts to our cause the people work for it. THE PEOPLES BANK offer the richest jlHes for both looking away and ft ior i Itrpcnpvcl MrCAI.I. Sondrr. B iy- - tug'i and give When I s;e sj many gool th'ngs- top b ns at 'ow cupy and patwealthy but aged uncle ful new prem um catatoj-jban ending. tern catalogue also free oa request TJ. G. BAKER, President. bag ot peanuts to the ragged there I can understand why we prices at Fish's a " 'Tis well the- world our merit What we ought to J.P.E. DRUM.MOND, Vice.-Prelittle boy. ows; ki do is to give a years subscription F.L.THOMPSONJr., Cashier. Some time, thare s no denying, almanac to uncle Pan-America- n to Hostetter's CLAUDE C COX.Ass't. Cash )ue-hal- f in How gorS, Sneezics, and invite the poor little " And t'other in arab to come in and stick his skinny legs under our groaning 01' Cull says his quarrel with oard. work grew out of the fact that it nterfered with his smoking. . , 7 HE annual repoit of the Interstate Commerce commission show LOW ROUND TRIP HOLIDAY that during the last fiscal year FARES 10555 persons were killed or Via Quhen & l khscknt Route, railroads, and 169 58S 56 e of 189 kil'tri Tickets cn.ale DrCeiii'tf 13 14 injered an mcea-'11. in ''i 'i irjrre'i. as compared aid 19,371; d Jnuu.r of he preceding 1. 1 S 1915 51.1912 at with liie statistics Lieturn limit latlu r 6. iqi: It wouid seem ti be in ,er Applv to nearest Ticket Agent, v- oroor tor the piv.--s agat.: to protest i Ky -- hughter." yuetn & lifcM.ua. ikoiibu, 'or tub v ugmsist "thts ne-d- l& W. A. Mi iiiiormation. e:, G, As there arc: nuw over tort P. A. Cincinnati. O thousand men engaged in putting -C- 0M PLETE LINE fesSS 9 9 w tne jini.shuig louches oa the Pna-mWhen our feel ae et and cold M Coffins. ' Caskets and Robes, A canal it would -- ePin ttiat tht-and your t odv chillea through at d M .tv&fe-tScgsSsMail, Telegraph or TelerttVJ JJrl will no- - be much d.fliculty nbou ukj a big ri through from expo-tirphone orders Promptly dose ot L'hambei lam's Cough having the ditch compiled iustipu-late- VERNON SIGNAL pay him a visit. He showed me t is wonderful place in which they keep automobiles. It is coiiero'e they say and he told me it was fire proof. He isccreiary of the com" pany that owns the place It is "LAUGH AND THE LAUGH :em. I 1 - ill-il- Oi -- n-u- e JfiS 2 I &a I i KirriQP III A SI I n n IT ft K iy II 1 il I I is-.u- , SOLD BY j I -- pi-opl- e im-oro- ve j !?, 1 J0E N0E North Main d 1. 1 e in--.- . e g.-o- 1 li-tl- e rhe Prosperity of the Community Iiand-some- ly r 100-paz- - Mr-W- in fancy-nor- I.ibor-.s- a mouey-nln- hi-fo- I I -I Cash-Bon- us e spl-nd- Hi-foc- al NOTT-A- vk - s. Exposition San Francisco, . 1915 Good-byeing.- j " GRANVILLE OWNES UNDERTAKER Brodhead f n n ' s 1 e, d tf.re It saie a: d sane Christmas. There areo her ways ot enjoyment except the one o: filling up youi wnier And yo. "aide with s. too. aftei will feel bettor a j-- j See to it n.a: u oop to nuke watt" befon uoir g 10 bed, and on Ll fF n 1A .ire nlitiosi cei'tain tn w.iril severe coid. For sale Clias. C. 1 . tvemedv. I'atiie vmir feet in ho. X wimmm CS. J' ll'-r- j ltp.t. X 1.1. Filled. Davi. ; x3gDpoe n.?a. i hv : KKurm -- o3?ter&x iMeaggaePaggt;'.TK?5 'iA'"j-i'Si,iL-; jt, . -- va-d- .': :. fxMSssssi rSM3SMS232S!SSM3!SSZSSi:ZS3m , Chsrmmg as is tne myth of et the cold hard fac remain:- tht good wine needs and a pietiy girl netds n - niihiletoe. i" n seldom nnny wo..ien. One in a fannlv is always sufficient for the necebs ary mHtnuionuil firewoiks. It ha-- ; veen tnat red-hcui- ed -- rea-haire- d PACITIC OCEAN BEACH FSOIITIITG THE EXPOSITION SITE IN GOLDEN GATE PARK. jaa mVSSJJS M y WfA V J tz, " i i t) U 1 tl $ Cst thi hog raiser millions of dollars last ycae and nothing short of vaccination seemed to off r the slightest promise o ic ure. a tue tuiuat suiuuoii 01 cno question. riciuiiuuu, Ur. Hess. (,1.D , D.V.b.j has always maintained that by giving Dr. Hess Stock Tonic to tone up and strengthen every or$ an in the system, to regulate the bowels, liver and kidneys, expel worms ; and also'thoroughly disinfect the premises, sleeping quarter and runs with Dr. Hess Dip and Disinfectant, would prevent an outbreak of this disease. HOG CHOLERA THE SCOURGE OF uuci y There is a reason why .the ex press nmnnies are urging that all r... - shipped erly. Par o- I a 5 I Read what one of the big hog raisers in the country says : " During 1911 vVe ceis p jst. .Tan i Now it is up i" i"c old man b be as cheerful as p -'- ble Under tidal wave of Ghrismas bills ten." Alex. Nevius, Modesta, 111. Atso note what bulletin No. 182 of the Kanssas State CoHege says n cc hclcra I prevenUn a fed Dr Hess Stock Tonic, and only lost two head out of a herd of two hundred and our country was visited by one of the worst hog plagues ever known. oar enemy mrc:i Srnvu were wronj? by'aduu.tiiig vuu nthe beiore he finds it out. THK more taking a man does the more denying he has to do a on I A true fiiend is one who stick to you like a ponus xlasler. V "When wo recall the conditions which favor the disease and the manner in which its infection takes place, it will be seen that f tiling and caring of hog has much to do with th; prevention of the Clio' ra. Prei ibes should he cleaned and disinfected regularly. The hogs themselvo should be dipped every lew week?. Mamt vimnir thsa conditions helps to keep np the vitalitv of the hog and in this way 'roubles of al inds are warded off To aid digestion and circulation and 16 prevent worms, the bulletin reeommemU - fi rinula of Wixnl charcoal, Sulphur, Salt, Sodium Bicarhonate, Sou ium Sulphate, Sodium Hypoaulpha'c i nd Black Autitn Thisformula, given in tablespoonful doses would undoubtedly be benefical but would cost the hog raiser about Now compare this with the formula for Dr. Hess Stock Tonic which is vastly superior and has stood 1 0c per pound. the test of 20 years. QUASSIA, Digestive & General Tonic Expels Worms. NUX VOMICA. Dip stive and Nerve Tonic. SULPHATE OF IR( N, Wood Builder & Expels Wurms. SUU'HATK OP sOD A. Laxative & acts upon theJLiver. EPSOM SALTS, Laxative, COMMON SALT, .Appetizer. Expels Worms. CI1AUCOAL. Prevents Noxious Gases. NITRATE OP POTASH. Acts upon the Kidueys. FENUGREEK. Tonic and Aromatic. I ave a lot of bv not borrowing anv. r mis trouble or) 17, 1912 ' f!&lK8F&?W$r uwCT'lPIMililllHflfHI 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. Cooksbukg. Dec muchjof a writer, but I feel like I would like to say some thing to my fellow people in Rockcastle for I have been on a trij which I vish even body in tbU county could take- - Mv son, W. R. Allen, is mighty well Q fixed in Kentucky, and I went to I am not Cov-ngton, Editor Signal : one of the foremost coal tar, creosote disinfectants known. Also dip your hogs with this solution when the weither will permit, and you will have no lo?s from disease. too lbs 5 1b Pail..-- . .'.Sl.ec. $5.00 HAEBOa ' Hess S&eck Tonic Dr. Hess Dip and Disinfectant Dp. deier Sprinkle the runs and sleeping quarters with a solution of VIEW SITE OF THE EXPOSITION, WHERE THE MIDWAY AND CONCESSIONS BE XOCATED. WIU JONAS McKENZIE, . - MT. VERNON, KY K .. 'Jib's; fft m&Rmste ti ti LM ' l4fM -- Jf !n- - r ,tt-rwr- : wMk v- -. - zmtLsr?:''- 4J-- v V is here fro.u Nash- - 'SKKJT! fcfe iville for the holidays. Mrs. G. W Gentry is here from p Mt. Vernon, Ky., Dec. 27, 1912 Oklahoma with relatives. p Mrs. Mae Underwood, of Ccrbm "No. 79" when 9 1 ,v paoltoCommunl. is with relatives here lor a few'p a with SIGNAL MT. VERNN SIGNAL' foe 0Wa EiSH 79 davs. mi tOUISVILLC & NSHVILLC R.R.CO. TIME TABLE. 2:2 ucrtn 4.59 11:38 pm am 24 nortft IB south 3:53 a m 12:19 2i South Phone No. 8. am Jas. Landrum, Agent. Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice as second-clas- Shirley Tate is at home from Morristown, Tenn., for the holidays. Atty. J. T. Bowling is here from Harlan for the holiday vacation. Mrs. J. C. Moore was called to Chicago yes'erday on account of the tudden illness of her daughter. Master Frank Baugh and little sister, Mary Katherine. are spending a few dayj with their cousins John and Doiothy Albright. LOCAL Ball Band Rubbers at Fish's. Witli Best FOR A e d. e-- & ?faL es m and Year s mail matter. PERSONAL Orleans. L. T. Stewart was over from Wildie vestarday. Little William Britton has pneumonia and is very sick. A. B. Furnish was in Louisville from Friday until Sunday. Val Freeman, Jr., was with T. T. Meadows and family Tuesday. Atty. J. W Brown was in Louisville Sunday and Monday. Everett Mullins and Russel Proctor were in Livingston Thursday. Miss Alza Thompson is visiting Mrs. J. W. Hutcheson in Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Griffin have returned to their home in St. Louis. T. C. O'Mara, of Nashville, is with Mrs. O'Mara here for the holidays. Miss Sadie Richards is at home from Cardome College for the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Jonah Bryant were home from Morgan during the holiday. Edgar Mullins will attend the U. O T. banquet at London Saturday evening. George and Russel Proctor and George Jones were in Louisville during the week. AKrf1 Sims of. .Livingston, is visiting his uncle Earnest Thorap son and family. Miss Virginia E. Davis spent Christmas with Miss Clyde Watson Start the new year right wear Ben Griffin is at home from New Fish's Guaranteed Clothes. Mt. Vernon is to have an up to date cleaning and pressing shop. Mrs. A. M. Hiatt was awarded the piano given away by B. C. Anderson at Brodhead. Tom Johnson was given 60 and ten days in jail each in five cases for selling liquor. We want to thank you for every dollars worth of business given us this year and assure you that we will do our best to serve you better in the future than ever before. Don't waste time thinking what a snap the other fellow has. Probably he's thinking the same thing about 3Tou. Contractors Neal A. N, Bentley Parrett and will have M J m" brVe icon's Le&2g&zgg? rvr Miller's handsome new brick store building ready for nim next week. Chas. C. Davis will occupy the East room. The W. J. Sparks Co., will run every day during the winter that With all it is possible to work. increased facilities for putthe ting out stone, yet thav are not able tojanything like keep up with the orders. '.m r'.JWW'M- ' THE HOME OF GOOD CLOTHES 9CSyl. w"r'.g"'' "HwmTSKm Circuit Court bagius Monday fWmyni'yWF -- Jw.'TilJ W. M. Poynter earnestly re Preaching at the Presbyterian G. Williams, father of D. N. S. L. Whitehead (Steve) afier quests all those who are indebted church Sunday Williams. At that time the anil 'working at Carpenters trade in CARD OF THANKS. On one 'Gv.nesvi'Ie. Texas came back to Overcoats and Ladias coats at to him to come at once and settle The Christmas present for Mr. came in once a week. We wish to extend to our many their accounts as he wants to ba1- occasion the pot 1 master became; Rockcastle hills and was later put cut prices at Fish's. and Mrs. Joe Noe. which they friends who so willingly assisted us ance bis b :Oks before the close of hy a persistent culler '(11 charge of postal card reading :n the contest for the piano given orize more highly than anything anno3ed George Ower.s and son Fred. adrodo up to the door some ' i f there were any at that time). else they could have received, was who away by B.C.Anderson & Son, will start a moving picture show 1912 three or ' uu tiues the same diy The office was kept in J. L. a fine boy baby. our sincere thanks. Yours truly, in the Fish & Richards building Town Taxes. The clerk to a kinfr if anv mail for him. Whitehead's drng store now where Mr and Mrs A M. Hiatt. as soon as the plant can be in- - Board of Town Trustees has made There is not one person in bus"- - Becoming exasperated the mail Dr. S C. Davis is in the same stalled Up the tax list for 1913. 1 ue or holding an office in Mt. Vernon ' disoenser ai swereil No sir, line ot business The telephone has made neighMrs. M. E. are tow" M"Sbal will begin the that were doill so in the there ...s one .esterda.. none Brown wife of Dr. J. J. Brown, borhoods out of States and families ;.. Lester Coffey and Jeff ,. ... i --- ...:.i. i u:i. lection of taxes on WpdnpsHnv ' 1077 wneii .,ne .. .. came to tins touay ana, never vvm tie. :oiv go was. next postmaster, about the i inn j r. writer out of c:tie-- . It has put the in :;i LuaiKcuwuuMiuuuiis iHiii' JauuarV ISI- jtown. There are but three houses on away and stop be thenr g me". year 1S85. Robert Brown was gtocer and butcher within arm's Rash at a Holy Roller meeting on Brindle Rtdge last Saturday night. on norta s'de of Main street east of About this time postsge stamps assistant. Joshua Boreing was Mn Lloyd Maret, son of our reach of the housewife and has doubled the life of every pair o f Coffey and Stigall were drunk and ioca exchange manager Mr. railroad crossing that were here in came into use. On one occasion the successor aDd was kept in began shooting in ihe house where janies Maret, and Miss Susie l877" they are Miss Kate Moore's, in stamping a letter tiie mucilage the storehouse of White and Davis shoes. a large crowd h d assembled and Tyree, of Livingston, boarded the A- - B- - Ornish's and Mrs. D.N. was faulty and the stamp diJn't where the new brick store building yX Brodbead. The art display at the Graded Rash was the victim, a ball striking adhere to envelope very well of M.J. Miller is located. Mrs. train for Tellico M0ndaV n:ht William's houses. Miss Bess Sparks was very sick School last Friday ar.d Saturday mm m wie mign prouueing a very where they The postmaster tcok his pen and Cleo W. Brown came next and were married Tuesday! B. C. Anderson & Son Pil; 3 wrote 011 letter as follows: the latter part of last week. She attracted a fairly good crowd and paimui out not berious wound. 'Post the office was moved into the Morning. We extend hearty con-luwasgreatlv enjoved bv those who is bttter at this time. Contest Closed. age paid if the blamed thi"g building now occupied by Sutton before going to press the gratulalions to this happy young Other Catron was up from Lin- saw it. The Womans Club wrs news reached us that, Mr. Brack couple. & McBee. Mrs. The final count of votes, subject sticks'". Ella Baker coln during the week to see his instrumental in bringing this fine Durham nd Miss Eva Albright Charley Kirtlev whom many of succeeded to the office about 1897 to inspection, areas follhws: Lair-Mulli- ns: attraction to the town. Mr. John W. sister. Mrs. T. J Niceley and the location changed to the VOTES. our people remenber as a promiPRIZES. and Mr. Will Yadon and Miss Mullins, one ot the L, & N's. most Lillie Hiatt, The Piano. 150.700 nent lawyer was also one of the C. W. Adams property which Miss Bernice Landrum. of the STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING Lena Albright all of Brodhead, Mattic ..Normal Collegiate Institue, Ash-villThe annual meeting of the stock- had boarded the train at Livingston proficient office men and one of Emily Owens, Certificate 260. 71,973 old time po.t masters. "Uncle was burned in the big fire of 1S98 " $250. 1S.S05 Sutton, county's most honorable and the is at home for the holidas holders of the Peoples Bank of last night for Jellico and were " $240. 18,138 Charho" was an uncle of Mrs This building stood where Mrs. upright young gentlemen, and Gertrude "Martin. " is now people Mesdames Mary Williams and Mt. Vernon, Kv., to elect directors married The young Belle Kincer, $230. 15,i29 W. M. and Mrs. D C. Poynter. Ella Hiatt's residence located. W. B. Smith then held Xmas with for the yecr 19 13, will be hell at its had gone to Livingston with the and Miss Clyde Lair, the only DeloraBoyd Cleo Brown spent 11,553 George Srvereuce, the musician 2,256 followed in the succession of mail the office five or six years in the Judge and Mrs. U G. Williams at banking office the first Monday in tfrodneaa Dramatic Club to pre- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Florence Harris 4.3SS Lair, were married yesterday at Dollle Johnson January 1913. sent a play there last evening. Covington. He was a cometist store house of U,. G. Baker, near dispenser. the home of the b.ride. t e Rev. Yesterdav was the draw for the and it is claimed be made a good railroad crossing. Mrs. Anna E F. L. Thonpson, Jr., Cashier. Miss Rose McFerron. of " Breezy Mr. J. H. Reynolds, of Lang Green Fish officiating. They left S50 in gold : Miller, our present excellent mail " was with her sisters. Miss officer though when he laid Hill ford section, died Mondav, after on the atternoon train for Louis 1st ticket 831, A. J. Estridge $25. Gold Mr. Chas. A. Chandler and Miss Mr. Smith back on the counter and sent dispenser succeeded .Georgia McFerron and Mrs. E. B. 1,128, Giv Carson, 515. Go.d Bertie Brock, both of London, an illness of only seven days of ville and other points to spend !2ml silvery- notes from his instrument and after running the business on Cox, Saturday. S10. Cold were married at the home ot At- pueumonia. ine deceased was their honeymoon We j .in with 3rd ' 590. iuto the air he would finish the north side of Main St., in the Miss Lyda Cook was here torney E. L Brock a brother of a out 50 years of age and was their many friends in congratula-on- e The 590 ticket is out yet. Any tuue to the end before delivering Sparks property moved it to south during the week attending the the bride. Grand Junction, Colorado one who will show up the ticket to of the county's very best tions. mail to a waiting patron. W. side of the street, its present wedding and visiting Christmas day. They expect to citizens. He was a Mason and correspond will get theio. in gold J. Moore, familiarly known as h m our people Mrs. G. M. Ballard. J F- - Allen B. C. Anderson & Son. return to London by Jan. rst., was 'aid to rest with the honors Jack, then held the position up to Every family has need of a good, George Ellis and daughter where they will make their home. of order in the Maret hurrying uad known for past three v ears Mrs. and including 1879 or So. T.he reliab'e liniment. For sprains, Belle as Franklin Allison, has returned Welch Morrow School will Miss Cleo, are here from "round. He leaves a .wife a- d office was kept in the store of bruises, soreness of the and rheuD-- . A. G. Lovell has moved to eight children besides all departments, iucluding the Centre, Ohio, the guests of Mr a host of from Danville where he had been matic pains there is none better the Rome Adams property until relatives and friends, to mourn in custody under an uld indictment Normal department, Monday Jan. his sister. Miss Kate Moore who than Uhamberhin's. Gentry. ami Mrs. Meshac Sold by now carries on a grocery store. charging him and a man named 6;h, 1913. Chas. C Davis. family who the repairs are completed on his the loss. liui Mullins and Bu. ns with having obtained "j2O0o We are expecting the largest have been lhing in Lewisburg own home. The Doctor made the The Xmas fee arranged for from a Danville bank a number number of boys aud girls move from Judge Bethurum s this winon a visit. We Tenn , are here houes, so that attorney E. R. the school children at Red Hill of years ago on a forged draft. ter that we hav had at any time, irust they will decide to stay. Gentry can get moved to that by Miss Rebecca Watson, was Burns was captured and sent to and promise the same careful and Uryan Perkins came up to spend pi ce before the first of the year, post poned until yesterday on ac- penitenMary where died Mr. a part of his holiday vacation. Mr. Longmire expects to return count of the death of Mr. J. H. Allen has shown toheihe atifact-o- f thorough training we have 'alwa)S given. Bryan likes Stanford but st 11 has But the house was the first of the year to his home Reynolds. his friends at lea-- t ihat he had Those wishing to do so, who a kiudrr of a hankering for Mt. which Mr, Gentry has been occu- - crowded yesterday and the oc no connection witn the swindle have not yet ma'riculated can call Vernon, casion was a most enjoyable one but owing to the fact that be hao ' g- me .up by telephone or see me per-nL. R. Hughes was up from Star- especially lor the little tots, connection with the swind'e son ally at my home" in Mt Vernon Mr. Hughe told us PICTURES STILL HERE, ford Sundav. every one of whom received a which a trial would probably hav Especial attention will be given in a that be would probably leave Trie spirit of giving delayed or frustrated he The Turner Art Exhibit, which present. i assume those preparing for college work. short time for Florida to do some a great many people of Mt. Vernon displayed by Miss Watson to our the nameof Allison which required Yours lor the advancement of enjoved last week, will be moved mind, is tje ideal spirit of Xmas but little change, and prospecting. continued educational satndard in Rockcastle At the Purcell school n his work of leasing Wm. Mullins will move his to the Langdon Doimitory, and giving. comity and. in Kentucky. cleaning and pressing outfit from open to the public every afternoon bouse on Thursday of last week. thousand acres of mineral lands' Ida May Adams, Pnn., London, to Mt Vernon within the for the next few days. Admission Miss Robertson had a similar treat in this county and in Virginia, and Welch-MorroSchool He will occupy 15 cents; children 10 cents. All for her country kindergarten class East Tennessee which required few diys. nest the conciete building just opposite who have paid the admission fee and this too was a scene of sever il years to get into prQtur iVT. VERNON POST MASTERS are entitled to come again. genuine happiness and delight for shape for promotion of b g e t the court House. Inquiries made by a Signal. The collection is unusually good, those little ones, which were white in Louisville, The writer Mrs. Davis a sister 01 ir. man, on the subject of Mt. Ver Monday, had the pri'itege ol en- containing two hundred pictures in present and hanasomely remem Allen, and other wealthy relatives non's past post masters disclosed . joying a most delightful meal color and monotone. The subjects bered and provided for on that of Iowa, want on his bond and the tact that the first one, in the' with Mt. and Mrs. J. C. West, include beautiful reproductions of day. claim theri will be no. trouble to rememberance of our oldest citiThose who have means for apt anat their new home in the Carolina the standard art masterpieces of the uy 11 u kU4 at tho uil iai. ,T zens, to handle the. mails at this iuu j world in painting, sculpture and giving and give only to those of one is ever had. Eastern capitalist flats Second and Lee streets. office, was Joseph Reynolds the Atty. and Mr. C. C. Williams architecture, as well as the most their own family or some friend and Iowa parties are interested in grandfather of Mrs. Wm. and D M ate Xmas dinner with their daugh- beautiful of nature's sceLery. Tbey whom they feel might give them pushing the work Allen has been C. Poynter. This was in the days I IE ter, Mrs. J. C. West in Louis- were selected with a view to inter- something, have very little of the on for some years in this county long ago when 'postage stamps Mrs. Williams has been esting children and re especialh spirit of genuine Xmas giving, as well as East Tennessee and the ville were not used' each letter was No with Mrs West several days help valuable in the study of history and It is not the value in dollars and promoter has now resumed actual "way billed" just as express and ing hor get arranged in their new literature. All are urged to take cents that counts, but is the operations in furtherine mbnosed and freight ,mattei is billed Mo Umm today spirit that in worth most. j advantage of this opportuuity. home. enterprises. The nexritf. line was Col, Richard " " January 6th. I - --t I un-......- Stall col-no- :. .,.. j -- - .i j st e .... ... ... hi-nse- lt - Lair-Mulli- ns - o-p- I py o I m-in- w - ft-to- novai naPowder AOSoluteffPnre Alum Phomphmt S-- - ft '$$-';&'"- jv .. T3P y&iMi 1ST m& Some of the time really ill y "lWAJfck Catch cold easily aud frequently suffer Nervous ? The reason is that your system docs not rid itself from biliousness or headache? of the poisons in tbe biood; jast as impossible as it is for the grate of a stove to rid itself of clinkers. The asre does to us vactly what the clinkers do to the stove; moke the fires burn low until enough cli.ikcrc have accumulated and then prevent its burning at all. Your liver is sluggish you are dull and heavy sleep does not rest, nor is food appetizing. In this condition illness develops. Doctor Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery eradicates the- poisons from the body a glyceric alterative extract made from bloodrool, golJeu seal and mandrake root, stone and queen's r.uc, without the use of alcohol. No matter how strong the constitution the stomach is apt to he " out ot Kilter' at iimes; in consequence the blood is disordered, for the stomach isjthe labot manufacture cf blood. ratory for the lilts. Benj. Blakk, of Port Dover, Out, Box SG, vrritcs: "Ibava been a cmr.t sufferer for years from throat trouble, catarrh, IndiKestioT, ot tiraea I would femil- - trtublea. bloating, constipation rnJ ic" be in bd, then able to be up ecain. Was wider many different doctor3 car. atul would fp- for u littlj vliil.. theu I would bo down with had Ur.3 coar-tanr 2lre Yon Btae and Worried? r Trala the colt early. Train the horse carefully. Flies cut down the milk supply. Culpepper Sittings ! 1' i h.u KKVVARD, $100 The reader1-o-f this paper will its.ce its. le S?nf!?m???,"rt?!?mtH!!!!imtnn!!!!WmtM!!Tlm ' SZ: - 3 2 01' Cull sin ted. barbei? He has ju'-So jou call t been badly ouiMlf a :all a You cannot begin to feed and train colt too early. have plenty to drink. Yes, The cow that gives much milk must .I'm . iheyto that put the bail, i Barber--Indignant- lv The ' - x y chronic inflammation all through rou. For nineteen jeara I in mv Mood. After trying nearlr f verythinpr I srot worse. I read in The Vo.pU's Oomn,in Sense Medical Adviser of Dr. Piene's GoIJcn Medical l)iscoery ana Dr. Safe's Catarrh Remedy. I have taken tho 'Golden Medical Discovery' and "Pleasant Pellets,' and have used fio Remedy. 1 nm now able to do my work bottles of Dr. Sajre's CiK-rr1 fi"el oman. 1 enjoy everythinsr - a nuw ai.d walk v nil Oj-- . cnojuti to Sci uu. ai.l vl for ett" .;n.e live : h thai iiudc lie uvll acuiii. Lit rierctf 6 irieu&uni icucts rncuiRie itvcr anu uurrcu. h rli-wraj fcoiiia-thirur Our line of Couch Caskets is unexcelled Hand-mad- e Colli nsfarnished Hearse sent to nil tarts of And youareaho the dividual that put the lath in lather and the raise in razor, and Continue the spraying of grapes the ham in slianipoo with bordauz mixture to prevent rot. nt strenih bv huihlinf u i ne quick-ea co v gntton rui l')tn It's an ill wind that chills a new- of the less the danger isfrom nneu r,llf rnnj:ilt.l if... : i.i oci., n born anlmaL Time of year cuts no nature in doing its work. T! e tuoma and other ,,serious figure. . . ... have so much faith n r i :. : w. j. u. .it r riMi. tii waviTJv.' ' projieetors ... us curative uoatci mat. .. tnev oil r Va., says: "I firmlv believe Cham- Vyhen chicks stand around listlessOne Hundred D iMpr.s for anvo-. . ly and peep, lice are very often to uerlam s Coiumi Kfinedv in i tnai it laiisto e ire. rtentl Jor t absolutely the heat preparation blame. testimonial. the market for colds. 1 havr of Address F J. CHENEY & CO. In hard times or prosperous years recon mende.l it to uiends and Toledo. Ohoi i. a . . . y all D ,. ... ni ., . the man with a few good cows is well ., Insured. by Chas. C. Davis. n.- ia:u ilv 1 ills for loii s separator with sevA good cream s ipation. eral good cows will soon abolish a Su-iWhat did mamma snv mortgage. POUNDS wlien 3'ou askecl if Santa Glaus FOHND. thenuc-cthuv Snectacle': , , .. . ,. .. .. .: l.l Be patient with the cows .They mm rvveiriasses ior al.,A;ni!U, it- in. iicxi. Hfinn uiiik. uua udir 01! skuio. can't help giving you a swat in the sihvi am. Alimmuin. -. Billy She said 'maybe" face with their tails. Climate 1b an element In the difficult art of turkey raising. Ol Cull dn-rtiv - s a,j.'. and that is I'jitarih ,i . IJjtll's Catarrh Cure K the . nh poMti - lire row kno v to th 2 ' n"d!Ml fiaiemuy. Catarrh being a coiibtilu-'ai disease. i quires a i)cviyv o titntionai treatment. Hall's r r C&gr-Fv. .. tan h Cure is lakru :nteinall acting upon the blood anc t mucous sur;aces of the sv te in. S .thereby destiovmg the foundatio las heii able in ruie in a<yiyj;55!v t ' C ! I &m xri- tsl '2WpSiV!i. 2lW i r PRACTICAL UNDERTAKERS AND 1 3 irAiu.iAT g: J s'tmr li VUP 3IJJA1 31KKS jrACir'rr HVi'VMarXt ' Coffins and Robes. ,7.3 & Mt. Vernon, Ky. Bfeirv At 8 i r I dis-ene- s i Licened Kmhalmer will li. e charye of that line of .work for the company. ::Orclcs by wire promptly tilled Hearse pnt to all points ! i ....... - 1 & :' GEORCE OWEWS, Office Mt. Vernon Monumental Building imoiw tft-t- Manager 112 PHONE S"Ji 3 3 ! '"t'i'tj V - iiiiiiUiiiiiiiuiiiiiuiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiuiuiiiiiiiimi)iiiiiiiiiiiii T7t rr TTT77 cwyir 'jt vwnarysyiwwi'tyMi y jtt wjTwiwr fe fife ' -- i)i'd 'i' 5 ave T 9 i.jttt--. ope of.,t w h-ami- I --- 1 he County All orders by Wire Promptly Filled MT. VERNON, KY " 'r'-'r Wet mashes are better for fattening fowls because they are more easily digested than dry feeds. Strips of cane sown at intervals, near the cow lot, will come in handy when pastures fall in early fall. j J gest election in town. Kje Free. Year, of experience. 1 M I lestwi, "" MOORP bjt tno.ui? .vVhat d(JcS miA. (..,!! :. L, Jfe M w Grti J.. suncreu nvu years, nimawiui ntT pams, uuc iu ...A vvuilian- - E Iy troubles," writes Mrs.-- A. D. McPherson, from Chad- - M bourn, N. C. "They grew WOiSC, till I nnlH rfitn fnint I could not wallc at a,, and - had awful Ihurting in my gvj cnff.-rf- .iKWM.hR .eoxaBos.sToBc ' , and optician. " hOM- ii i Phone 94 S 1 J" fli .. i UX Jl Mil M'Ull rr.. V lliru iilrifelit and will ward ,.. 11 ! , tJhunheriv.iV ".'.: .'. - ' ".1. " -" - -- .""" 'U "w" x "w '.i.'i ii SjiV "'?(( s: :..v-- r mw. Mara W. G Lemon a ..... .. ... ... ' i:i ns " opium or otn ret Joos were married at the ln.nie ,tr,", 1!; No land Is so rich that its owner -, last ,V.d- - r7' 'V J"'"."1 ;v l" can afford to waste the manure that of the bride' pire-1' Is made by his farm stock. nesday- .- Richland (la ) Regisioi. -ohi bv Cha. C Davw. , gave up and thouslit I would die. but mv husband 7 l!rSed me to tr Cardui, so, l began, and the first bottle rll '$ he.ped me. By the time the third bottle w as used, I could .., ,. . aia j . ... jaa ao an n-- worK. ah me people around inere said I would Jg die, but Cardui relieved mi" I y S t,53 i I iM.aa.ci.e ana a Dackachs. tjM fcfa j&Jj &' "M o Yesterday To-morro- Tc-da- y often mistaken The work of lice for disease. When a fowl seems to be ailing look for lice first. Ib o... ss o w When cultivated cowpeas are to be cut for hay, the ground does not want to be ridged up very much. Move the colony houses and brood coops on to fresh ground every day or two and the chicks will grow faster. ... ..,.r. oo jg TABE? IS .. W - oc to . o eocc ..... ea o. ...n . ..' O OilJlJ ;3 m CS..1 XfV ? t,tf y VV fiSiida .k P-- I'L?illV et)0 C9 SO but not yesterday nor YESTERDAY is but a dream, ouly a vision well lived makes every yesterday a dream of and every a vision uf hop . Therefore-TO-DAY ?:E lup-pine- -s O h sis to-da- y to-da- y brinjr your account to ' THE liA.SK. OF MT. VERX )V that all your moneys will h'ino-- you lnppi-ns- , and prosperity, and all your renolljctious of vj., !rd y will bnnjr you Treat sasisfauticn and all your dealings'an I re atioas with .his Bank will oring you jrreut prosperity. , Then our hop Feeding the chicks too much is worse than waste, as feed lying about will soon sour, and then comes trouble. L) siv THE DRUGGIST, says L . OO "OO 3 .e O0C5 o For more than 50 years, Cardui has been relieving woman's sufferings, and making weak women strong and During this time, $ well.Mrs. McPherson, to thousands of women have written, tell of the really surprising results sj like !& they obtained by the use of this purely vegetable, tonic IJ remedy for women. Cardui strengthens, builds, restores, and relieves or pre- M venIS unnecessary pain and sutienng from womanly troubles. $E i Now is the Time to Imy C. C. THE BAJK OF MT. KENTUCKY WILL-IMS- . RNONl Chickens at ten weeks old are ready for the broiler market and they ought to weigh two pounds by that time. Crops must be gathered In proper condition and sent to the market fresh and clean Careful grading Is 0e. &Se. ee-p- e. 80s'.. leon- esc President. articles of all kinds a ct COMPANY lias iven him special instructions how to show a complete line of ready-to-us- c onr toilet COLO. AT fOO teg oa Xmi et) ecif! cxi 933 rai tnr Sn?cial Instmctmns. r i rite -' Write to: LailrV Advisory Dept. Chattanooja Media'ne Co.. Chattanooja. Tena . hiinV. "Hum' TrpitTunt. fnr V'nm.n .- -. i... i n and - r .m ... .. ....v. ..w.v. J" -. m DhSAx-- m i7vjvra ...U. ceo oc3 t5C3 I V. L. RICHARDS. Cashier j j I tt '0 essential. J. P. SKSSM toilet articles to customers. cvt.J "i "he the most -- SCO OTJ 30 &?, 3!U wli 002 Lavs Letcers of a 'T teiiiedsrate Genera! i hyfM - Dentist Over U. G. Baker's Store Crown and Bridge Work a specialty. All auy kind upon onr lands an Two pounds of mixed shorts and will punish to the exrent o bran per cow per day is not sufficient tlie law any one guiltvof the same: for cows that are expected to give liberal flows of milk. G. S. Hiatt W C. Johnsoi ROUKFORD. The breast of the Indian game is very much like that of the pheasant or the prairie chicken. The heft of the meat lies on the breast. a satisfactory team. In most cases We the undersigned strictly foi this can be avoided by the farmer . Sea.. bid hunting or tresspassing o raising his own. SO POSTED It costs a good deal of money to buy PHONE, 39 'SS e&f) COO 50 CHAS. C. DAVIS MT.VERNON, KY. m m oat) nC3' JO'J fc( OQt 9lii4 1 .. AJtakaA 9 sOCi OO .0 0O et9 woik guaranteed. street. Special attention given Linville has been on the sick list for several days Koy Hamilton, to collections. who has been in Illinois tor t,onj( Phone No. So. time, is visiting his parents Lea this place. Next Saturday anc Sunday is regular church days at Massadona. Everybody invited ti come. Mr. Bud Anglin's baby haf UNDERTXER and EM8ALMER been very sick but is some bettei at this writing. Miss Bernice Todd visited her sister, Mrs. night. Burnett F, Martin visiud her ister. Mr.--. M. E. Vaughn at Boone, Sunday. Mr. C. E. Ogp, of Birea, was i this vicinity one da ast weak.-- A Merry Christnns V All. Mr. W. H. Stephens and wif visited Mr. I. L Martin an ,rr 'araily Saturday night and Sunda N Miss Ella Lake's school close. ii"" t$SVl Friday and she returned hom Mt Vernon, Ky Saturday Mrs. T. E. MeGuir Home and office in the late residence and daughter, of Richmond ed Dr. Myers formerly occupied on w01d to Mr. W. T. Linville's laM MainSu.VMt. Vernon. jj Thursday on occount of the dei of Mr. and Mrs. Linville's foul months old baby. The little fellow was laid lo rest in the Scaffoh ' ATTORNFY-AT-Lcane cemetery Friday. W, We ex tend to the bereaved parents ou MT. VERNON. JCY. deepest s.vmtnth in th- - 'n ol On 2nd. floor o their dear little babe, Mr. W. H. The Bank of Mt. Vernon . on Churc W. T. FRANCIS, )OiopoA9fttteoooca4iOttttsoaoesooc()of)iii)oo,o( )9dCd90'OQQAClOOe8lit99OCf.Uint( wwwv-vvvvv- - ' 'S ceo at Denti si Veal calves in hot weather will grow better if kept during the day in a dark, cool stable, but the Btable must be cleaned out and well ventilated. written over fifty p.'tr"- w r fiitiL-:mrmz.rm.r . ;ii.j ii.f rnr i.re rfiff ninm ""wStjili. I heroes to hL swettheart durimr the ncriod of x&iiG$Jf. I '6. 5 to '65. This great general will go down to JQbfH j - er:ty r.s havia- - accomplished cne of the J nwtot brilliant feats cf arm, in the history of I the v.orld. He was as treat Invrr .ns li. i a genera!, therefore these ! iters combine au- v5l l "fy i tl'entic history and romance. They 5 buuiiu a nuiiun note tliat no other work of liurature iias lone in a decade; it is war, it is romance, it is history, it is ou simiiy can't atford to miss this wonderful literature. an inside ? Mory c. the Civil War now published for the first time and containing aH - t .e heshness 01 a contemporary happening. These letters will gripvou hard and held your interest from first to hst. Fill out the coupon and send it now before vou forret it. ! w-tu- rs T 7"E cf re. y Ix-i- Li t V Xovcmbcr issue a scries fe . ;. :i i. 5Bli; '' ' ." v&Jr -- r- 1 tv-- 11' fTM&fe ," b 1 J 1 cxq-;isu- e QjVSDr' we.-call- Unless the little turkeys are allowfree range all the time, they should be kept shut in on rainy days and mornings when there is a heavy dew. ed l?5a .... t ; -- .n'.M-.- v 1.0. X Pictorial Review ', IS Cents a Copy C- 1 n KfTniu iiH w U- - 1 C.C. Williams, A If th'e peas are obstinate about using the supports provided for them, give them a start up to the brush 01 wire, and they will cause no more trouble. m W k I BSSI , x&m ITiwf T 11 V1V yiilLLJJJ- - I I I I mm? U WSzS KJ ". rJMTll .- hj . 9-- n t y I RZ sSJ 1 .'fti. i i :ct Ycrk City : j One Dollar a Year a Enchficd plcae V " r !mo 23- -. tor which F i I at S 111. If I i.jv.,oc.a:.ujan. pleatis.encImcP.'i.for X nrt, N J 7 im onv pUyUVU III ldUR rTlZCS -n "'JCre1 .Commtsj.or.a ,. T7"Ijr r tc-- oar rra icj" w lf iM'3V 'WJ S&-OFFIC- E. early in life. In order to get the greatest profit from the pigs on the farm, it is neces ?ary to encourage them to consume at much of the cheap feeds as posslbh THE PICTORIAL REVIEW 22 Vest 30th Si., Nc ..- r: -- mL if jaw I 1 ll 4V" ii.N S3? X Vtt Don't expect the hired man tc work in hay and harvest till dark, anc' then milk a dozen cows after dark and be very gentle about it. He lsn'i built that way. Clover should be cut for hay wher In first bloom. If left much longei than this, the seeds form and weaker the plant, and there is also a loss, du to the shattering of dry leaves. To insure the highest per cent 0 fertility in the eggs, stock ducks need bathing water, but this does not necessarily mean that they must have a stream or lake on which to disport The peanut la becoming more important as a feed for stock, especially in 6v K&? a & 2 J.CMeCLrtRYi B5iifSfckSiiSiiHC'n'1 "Real flM(l s Jr J? Jr n vf m Fisherman's L for Duke's Mixture Smokers" to tin local .? who act as tl sr Good tobacco and a poo i reel ! That's surely a luc!:y combination for the anglei ui.d here's the way you can oave tnem Doto. themselves. Skrfk. .bHMV oVw iI i 1 S?. rai a representative ef VCSYCOCY'C ami EINGGIVEN AWAY jour i - al in aili'ition to UK ml eimimfssions. Scenford, Kv. ' i?bM'Tif'BBfcfcMfcynHBBTl3tBET mWWtT itfr1 FAMOUS STAGH liEAQTIES Thcv don't have ihem, n.r wil inyoiie. who uses Bucfcien"s Arnica or Salt Rheum vanish htrf. ; It cm es sore lips, chapped hands, ch'lblainsr heals burns, cuts ano bruises. Uneqtulled for piles. Only 25 cts. at (Jhas, C Davis'. An industrious man to represent one o the most ex aive. It ionficth-rae- c look with horror on Skin Hrup nous, Blotches, Sons or Pimples the 'southern states. The vines with the nuts attached are often cured and they make a palatable hay for all kinds of farm stock. One ot the saf things to tie to on the farm is a good brood sow pure bred. In a few years she and her offspring, if properly cared for, will put many dollars Into the pockets of the farmers of the country. 1 iM w neighbor am' collecting th iciiewals of our present subscribers. Try for THIS month's prizes. There are lot of pria that can be won only by persons living in towns some size as your own. Write at once to the Secure a I , gf j" PI " O the fubrcriptiona of Let r.s fhow you how you can imply by forwarding rienus &nu 1 rs Ji.Tr l i Eczema All smokers should know Duke's Mixture made by Liggeli 4- - Myers at Durham, N. C. Pay what you will, you cannot get better granulated tobacco for 5c than the big ounce and a half saek 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 $ Myers Duke's Mixture. Or, if you don't want a reel getanyoneof thehundreds of other articles. In the list you will find something for every member of the family. Pipes, cigarette cases, catcher's gloves, cameras, watcaes, 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 numy cigarettes. Dizrinz November and Decern- bar only, vie will send our zzcia I Civ VI HUSHING COMPANY BUTTRICK BUILDING. NI5YV YORK CITY -- m rmwmrmznsB saaaajEassssBs . ncatsDS3ESisr,x sasaissss ggwa&wawi rg,yyMaBE,irvwpwgi Get a Good Fishing Reel Free i R W 1 pHffiMii SPECIAL I? inter Tourist Tickets HOW ON SALS TO ALL WINTER RESORTS P Wanted: Mount Vernon Monumdntal nl I Manufacturers of ami VlDEALER in Marbles and .Granite Monuments of 'all inds. Estimates furnished on application. ,y GO Pone 11 tensive mauufactuters 6( Home Remedies. Spices, Extracts, Soaps Toilet Articles. Perfumes, Stock and Poultry Preparations in Rock-castl- e or adjoining Counties. Representative musji iqruisb suitable conveauce. Ar'w'wnfifc and a permanent position. Ad dress The Amerfcan Remedy Co., r riflin, O. Vt : FCTR-FLETCI- iail The silo will Bupply the animals with succulent food during winter 01 In times of severe drouth when pastures fail. Every farm where a few animals are kept should have a silo to save the entire corn plant for fcedlm purposes. Why not build a silo an. plant corn to fill it" smwm IT 1 : ROUND-TRI- FARES TO Florida, Cuba, New Orleans, Panama Long Retnvn Limit Full Stop-OvPrivileges. Three through daily trains to Florida, via Queen & Crescent llotae. Double daily through service to New Orleans. Klec- er i V.Ir.'ill.r T3 Tir.l V.vUlJilUl.Ul, lAjii!.!. r.-..Ir-....,- r PNEUMONIA very weak. Thad spells when I could hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 minutes.) My doctor could not help me, but I was completely cured by . i J7 f ".f IS left me with a frightful cough and 5fciW9fia ! lA illustrated catalogue of presents FREE. Simply send us your name and address. Coupons from Duke's Sleeping Cars, Dining Cars, and Day Coaches. ..r!.! lUUUUlUjj C'Tir! cr T1..1 X !..Uliiiviii - -- rmmr T T Xrfi.iiiJJ-iJUi- U n. r Mixture may be assorted with tazs from HOK5E SHOE, J.T..TINSLEY'S NATURAL LEAF. GRANGER TWIST, coupons from FOUR ROSES (lOctm double coutpn) , PICK FLUG CUT. PIED. MONT CIGARETTES. CUX CIGARETTES, and oilier tags or coupons issued by us. i For details call on any Ticket Agent, Queen & Crescent Route, or apply to li. C. KING, Passenger & 1 icket Agent, 101 E. iMain St., Lexington, Ky. GS233 OW&NPropr-ft ' - CASTOR A -- v "& , DR. KING'S New Discovery Mrs. Premium Dept. J. E. Cox Joliet 111. ea. nnw i.vfw ai WLfc VHUVIIITS. ll av; mi in v m""' , . ... "t ?l Wi HES&3& AND m feair ni St. Louis. Mo. HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID rlM RAW FURS AND HIDES Wool on Commlwlon. Writ for price mentioning mis ad. Hinirs 5l&3pa 5y J0HHWHITE4CO.5SSSSw. v i -- ''V e &mmimMrt, 4 ?J" ''