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Mount Vernon signal Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1913 mou1913012401 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1913 $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. r ir:; Published Every Friday VOLUME XXVI. .o&ZL, x 311 mm I MT. VERNON, UKOD1IEA1). fcfrWt mmmi - Established 1887 i - ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 24. 1913. 'vl NUMBER 17 ft LIVINGSTON, The pay car passed through Wednesday, dosing out the almighty dollar. Little Clifford Amyx. who has been very sick with measles, is v much better. Luther, the little son of J. H. Mullins, has been very sick for a few days but is much better at this time. Ben Mullins has resigned his position at Ida May and returned. Dillard Vaughn who was reported as being sick last week has about recovered. Miss Pearl Anderson visited her cousin Miss Lillie Mullins Saturday night and Sunday. The roads in this part are washed out very bad from tho recent tide. Prayer meeting at Cave Ridge every Wednesday night conducted by Rev. Thomas Du ham ind s others. Master Goodloe Howard, of Robinet, is with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. George Allen this Week. Let each and every correspondent of the dear old Signal. see if he or she can and will writo every week regular during 1913. - Born to the wife of Harry French a fine boy Jan. 12. - m"mmmB sr Vf Walter Robins made his usual call in Mt Vernon, Sunday. Miss Miranda Tato spent from Friday until Sunday in Livingston, the guest of Miss Ethel Prof, and Mrs. T. H. Hayes. Likins were in Mt. Vernon, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Carter are spending a fow days with relatives m Owon county, Mr. and Mrs. Brack Durham spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Durham, at Mt Vernon, Saturday of last week. Homer Wal-lin Little James and Charles Sams, after a struggle with measels, are Mr. and able to be out again. Mrd. Fred Mullins have returned from a lew days' visit In Louisville. The contractors who are building the new bins are getting along splendidly and it will not be long until they will have them completed. Mrs. C. C. Howell, of Brodhead, is spending a few days with her husband j who is working for v". G. Nlceley in the restaurant Emmet Quinn was in here, Louisville, Qiesday. J. A. Oliver is havinga large warehouse built and'claims die will fill it with furniture. 'Miss Ella Mae Blanford. is spSriaing a few days in Lquis-an- d O. D, Bryant Pa'rksville, spent Sunday with horaefolks at Mt. Vernon. I. W. Catlin, of Lebanon let., was here a few days this week working in Hugh Stewart's place. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Carico has returned from Paris af ler a few day's visit with relatives. Alex Mink has sold his farm to Joseph Swinney and has moved to Strait Creek, Ky. Mrs. John Durham, who has been very, low with measles, is some better. Miss Myrtle Bryant, of M.Yep nnn, $$ been visiting Miss Alice Ward for tho past few days. J. E. Woodall, of London, was ljere Tuesday, talking groceries Mrs- - G, D. to our merchants. Cook and. Mrs. John Muhjns, were caUeO. to Mt. Vernon, Tuesday, on account of the illness of Mr. T. B, Will Pennington has reLair. turned from Falmouth and has r J that in and would you to Yet Clothcraft were high cost you $J0 to $25 re-&ul- was over from Danville last week. Ho was accompanied back to Louisville by his wife. Mrs. Howell and Mrs. V. 0. Yaden are spending the week in Livings-toll- . 0. C. Cable was over from Danville and spent a few days with his mother last week. Miss Dora Blanton bus ontered school at Mt. Vernon. U. B. Cass has accepted a position as bridgo with the railroad company, and left last Sunday morning for Birmingham, Ala., where he will wort the remainder of 'the winter. W. J. Brown, the miller for the Brodhead Roller Mill Co., has moved his family to the Orus Bower property. We understand that a stock company is being formed to purchase the Brodhead Roller Mill Co.. T. S. Frith being the sole owner. The stock has about nil been takoji, and the deal yill likely be closed in the next fow days. The new company will add many new and up-tdate improvements. Uncle Thomas Rigsby, an old and s highly respected citron of the Hiatt section, died aj; hs rpl4onco Tuesday, after a lingering illness due to the infirmities of his age. Mrs. Isaac Walden, formerly of this place, but late of Crawfords-ville- , Ind., died at h6r homo Sunclothes-vmakir- ig day, and was brought here Monday and bujieil in the .Christian -church cemetery. She leaves a , husband, two children and a number of relatives to mourn her loss. Mrs Lester B.. Hilton, of Stanford, was the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R, Qass., this week. Dr. E. J. Brown, of clothes-makin- g, Stanford, was here Monday to see T. B, Lear, who lived in the Hiatt section, in consultation with Dr. W. F. Carter. W. T. Brooks was at home Wednesday to attend the funeral of Ed Sproule. T. K. Francisco was called to Paris the first of the week on account of the serious illness of his brother-- , Ed Sproule, who .later died with-.sacrifici- ng at 1)Ib residence jn Paris, Monday. His remains wore broughtDhere and buried hi the Christian church cemetery, Wednesday, at 8 p. m. Mr. Sproule had beenQa sufferer for several years from tubercuclothes-makin- g science of losis, but did not quit his work possible expensive all-wnntij a few weeks, flo was baggage master in the employ of the style, fit produce clothes cloth railroad company, and had one of ordinarily lead believe the bept rups out of Paris. Ho service was a groat favovtto of tho Mastor Clothes of Trains on that division, and priced held his position when his health only had failed him to such an extent hat the other train men had to ment oven at usunl good assist him do his regular work. On top of this, the A. host of sorrowing friends clothes pnco, of v Clothcraft Scienhis remains to tho At $10 to $25 you really tific Tailoring are so sure can't all'ord to wait an Christian pjiurch, wjere, tho funthe makand efficient that other day before at least eral services were conducted by ers absolutely guarantee the Rev. A. J. Pike. Ho is sur investigating them. them to be disappointmenvlved by a wife, who is a daughter Wo are ready and wait- of Uncle Fullen Francisco, and t-proof which means ing for you, and we'll be three small children, a brother that they are insured for disappointed if we can't ind a number of relatives. Tho all wool, good tailoring, show you our fine line of family have the sympathy of the lasting shape, satisfactory Clothes for entire town and community. wear and service. Among those attending the funeral Fall aud Winter. from a distance were J. H. FranClothes We know you will, ap- cisco, of La Folletto, Term., Mrs. Lola Mattingly, of Paris, Misses bad invest preciate them. wouldn't be a Grace, Judith, and Lena McCall, of Marelburg, and others that we failed to got their names. car-pont- "Will You. COME? " - ox-pe- rt Why Clothcraft Insured Clothes Cost No; More Than Take-a- - Chance Clothes o would CLOTHCRAFT Clothesmakers if the had to use ordinary methods. y But the Clothcraft organization through its 66 years' experihas ence in good developed a system oi scientific tailoring that, by simplifying op erations and cutting out waste of effort and material, has greatly reduced the cost of making quality. This improved it make to use oo purchased a house from Jerry Sams. Price not learned. Penning has moved so much for the past?year they ujajpi that when a wagon stops in front of the house, the chickens all cross their legs to be tied, thinking that there js, another move on hands. flatha.u. MoVVhorter has rnpyed into one oj H. W, Bowman's houses near the coal bins. Dirdi Jan, 20th, Little Honrie Riggs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Riggs, She ja& 18 years old, 9ho had been suffering for some time with that dread- jn-la- ful disease, consumption. About a year ago her mother died of the She leaves a same disease. father and two little brothers and a host of relatives and friends to mourn lur loss. She was laid fa ros in the Ward hurrying gtoutid to await the summons of her Saviour. "Suffer little children tocome unto me for of such is the kingdom of, heaven. Beu Hellard, of Hazel Patch, visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S, E. Hellard, lust Sunday. Mr. and, Mrs. Jf. C, McGuU-e- , of Paris, aro visiting relatives here this week, WELCH MORROW NOTES. The names of Miss Annie Mao Purcell, Miss Bee Eldndge and were Miss Purcell Mtranda omitted from the list of out of town students, last week. The list ior this week is Mary Alcorn, Wade Norton. Bn Buycell, Egbert Norton, Edward Purcell, Cecil Ramsey, Roberta Purcell, Russell Ramsey and William Blanton. Miss Dora Blanton has accepted a position as teacher in School. Miss Blanton has been a student in Mt. Vernon for about flyo years and we Wel come her to our town jn thp capacity ot teacher, Wolch-Morrow Danville Ky., Jan, 30 (Special) A certain movement has been put on foot to secure an appropriation of $400,000 from the United States Government to be utilized in modernizing the historic "Old Wilderness Road" which was blazed through the pioneer country in 1775 by Daniel Boone an,d his intrepid followers. Te DnviUe Commercial Cqbt the Wddlesboro Commercial Cliib a.n,d. the Mount Vernon club will join hands In the effort. The original Wilderness road eKtended from the Tennessee border via Cumberland Gap, Middlesboro, Mt. Vernon and Danville to Lexington, thence to Cincinnati and Frankfort and Louisville. Strictly speaking the old road was confined to the territory purchased by Richard Henderson, Daniel Boone and others composing the Transylvania Company, from the Ck,eroke.e Indians, and extended from, the Cumberland to the Kentucky River. Much of this laud afterward was purchased by Isaao Shelby, the first Governor of Kentucky, and bis old home, "Travelers' Rest" seven miles south of Danville, was located on tho "Old Wilderness Road" and was the common stopping place for those who traveled the historic thoroughfare. His reputation as a soldier hoscombined with his pitality, was largely responsible for Shelby's election to the. governorship. Much pi the original boundary of land owned by the first Governor is still held by his descendants. far-fam- OUR. BIG SALE CONTINUES until ALL our WINTER GOODS are closed out. Men's and Boy's Suits and Overcoats. Ladies' Suits and Cloaks at half price SHOE PRICES CUT to the bone. Our Motto: .A Best fads, Lowest Prices kind treatment & a square deal -- . t Our Capacity The Largest Store in Rockcastle County A regular Department Store, carrying Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Groceries, Queens-war- e and a very complete stock AuTOMOBir,B Transportation. The proposition is to rebuild the "Old Wilderness Road" and modernize it to such a degree as will prepare it for a,U kiflds ot traffic. Much qf the territory is Without railroad facilities and automobile lines may be put into operation, thus giving the people If the an outlet that is needed. movement proves a success it will provide the connecting link between the North and South for The automobile nutomobillsts. clubs of Cincinnati, Louisville und Lexington will be asked, to with th,e. commercial te and of HARD WA RE . ! Salt, StoneCar lot goods t ware, Doors and Windows, Paints and Oil, Harness and Furniture. & A car of AMERICAN Fence to close at below the market price glub, Harvey Helm Congressman already has pledged his support and tho aid of Senator James, Gov. Tames B. McCreary, Con gressman Stanley and others is assured. The road if modernized will open a vast territory between Crab Orchard and Cumberland Gap that is almost isolated at tho The contention of present time. the people back of the movement ia that a high class road through this country will serve many times more people than would be benefited, by the erection of locks and dams on rivers. The t "Old Wilderness Road" is closely identified with the early history of Kentucky and will, if modernized afford a direct line between Louisville and Knoxville and Cincinnati and Knoxville, through one of the most picturesque and historic regions of the country. When buying a cough medi-einior children bear in mind that Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is rmt effectual for COldS. CrOUD a ud whooping cough and that it contains no harmiui drug. sale by Chas, O. Davis. e r Welch-Morro- Clothcraft Clothcraft Well, I should say so ! My hat's off. My sleeves rolled up and I am hard at work to save you a roll of greenbacks big enough to coke the cow. Am I busy ? WITHERS C. E. Mullins has gone to Jack son county this week. W. G. Mullins, of Disputanta, visited his mother, Mrs. E. Mullins Sunday and Monday. John Martin son of Wm'. Martin is very sick and is thought to have pneumonia. Miss Bitba Daugherty is visiting her sister, Mrs. Chas. Durham of Cruise, thisweek. Quite a number of men met Monday at the now bridge across. Roundstone and will soon have it ready for the public to p ss over - it. Callie Bakor who has been sick for sometime does not seem to improve any, ,K A Safe and Sane Investment 4130, The Clothcraft Blue Serge Special, $18.50. & McB THE i''tf t .' CLOTHCRAFT STORE A TEXAS WONDER. The Texas wonder cures kidney and bladder troubles, removing gravel, cures diabetes, weak and ame backs, rheumatism and all regularities of the kidneys and in both men and women. Regulates bladder troubles in children. If not sold by your druggist, will be sent by mail on receipt of $i. One small bottle is two months' treatment, and seldom fails to Send for testiperfect a cure. monials from this and other states. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2g26 Olive street St. Louis Mo., Sold by druggist. Jones, he pays the freight." Call us up over the phone. Send us your Mail Orders We pay Postage or Express. f GRANULATED Sugar 5 CENTS POUND A i. , ' i v - . "1 f 'A "' ' - wifj t I f .' I ADDITIONAL LOCALS. Gov. McCkkary, in a letter to ORDER FOR' GRADED says: "I am very deour secretary bCHOOL ELECTION AT Commercial ClUb: The memcided with you in your effort to se LIVINGSTON bers held an enthusiastic meeting B Friday, Jan. 24, 1913 cure ti highway betweon the Ohio Wednesday night when the program Rockcastle County Court Order river, through Ken in last issue of Signal tucky to Tennessee, Virginia and mentioned At the Regular Term of this Published every Friday by was carried out. Every member rourt held on the North Carolina, and I am rewdv to .23 day of Dec. EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. only a 1912.it appearing that a petition ' and there were do anything that is proper and K absentees, took part in the signed by riolH. fn bnt tbic imfwrtriMt bltrb. fifty legal qualified ,..:w 1,1 ... uuut, ...t.:i nuuiu u ui duv.ii fI discussion of the various assigned white voters was filed with the ..i. ue Wily which $1.00 UBSCRIPTION ONB YBAR subjects and everyone was nnuh County Court benefit to the four states named Clerk at the last pleased with the spirit of "Co regular term of this court asking If properly presented, I believe operation" and that Advertising rates made known on Congress will act promptly m that a graded common school disxeeiing mat prevailed. The club trict be organized with its bound furthering aid. application feels fortunate in having the ary as follows: In the Jackson county bov'.s valued service of its present presiBeginning at Nancy Bales on contest Colomau dent who is on to his job allright Rockcastle River, excluding her; MItMBKR OF Reynolds, of Tyner, won first prize and then some. Three now theuco to Bill Bales excluding him; KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION with a yield of 135 bushels and members were elected: V. J. excluding thence to twinty.six pounds. W. W. Rey- Sparks, S. C. Franklin and Rev. him; thenceJohn Baxters to the lettered rock; nolds won second prize with a Geo. S. Watson. A resolution thence to Thomas Dees including yield of 117 bushels. Several was presented by the Secretary him; thence to the George Pettit other boys made good records. and passed by the club authoriz old place near crooked bridge: This yield breaks the record of ing the foundation of an auxiliary thence to the Lee Arnolds place ex Jackson county and the entire club to be called the "Boone eluding him; thence to the Steve mountain section of the State. Way Booster Band" whose object ANNOUNCEMENTS. Moore place on Rockcastle River; The plot of ground upon which is to work in the interest of the thence with the Laurel county lino this 135 bushels grew was cleared proposed National highway. The JAILER to the beginning and that the site We Aie Authorized to Announce before tho Civil War. program for next meoting Jan. for the school house of said proPRANK BAKER Tjib Paducha Sun tells of a 29th follows: posed district is the old school As .1 candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle Chas C. Davis, Co operation, bouse site, which subject to the action of the Republican dance down in McCracken county is within the Not Competition, is the Life of limits of the town of Livingston party, August Primary, 1913. which closed with a fight, the Business; W. G. McBee, The which site is ceitified to be not host smashing one of the male SHERIFF". Needs of our trade; Will Fish, exceeding two miles from any guests on the snoot with a club. Wo Are Authorized to Announce The importance of properly dis- part of the boundary of the said bociai lunction or mat kind are CAM MULLINS playing goods; Dr. S. C. Davis. proposed district and it appearing As a candidate for Sheriff of Rockcastle sometimes pulled off in Baptist-towin Owensboro, but they are How we should treat our custom- also that said petitioners are taxsubject to tho action of the ljepublican ers; Judge Bethurum, The Policy payers legal voters and residents 1013. party, August Primary, called "festibules". of our Commercial Club; "Willis of the proposed graded common Gov. Mccreary has appointed McKenzie, What we can do to school district and it further apAn auxiliary to our Commercial nine delegates from Kentucky to bring more people to Mt. Vernon; pearing that the County Superen-tenden- t Club is being organized under Way attend the Southern National Jonas McKenzie and Jas. Griffin, hes endorsed on said the name of the "Boon Highways Association which Should a customer, return an over- petition his approval of same aud Booster Band", whose object is to February coat he had bought in December that a majority of the trustees of push the proposition through meets at Ashville, N. C, 12th. Our townsman, James after winter was over, and demand each common school district that congress a bill to appropriate a Maret, was named as a South his money, how should the matter will bo embraced within said prosufficient amount to construct a Kentucky representative. be disposed of; E. B. Cox and posed graded common school National Lighvay from Cumber Eastern Mr. Maret will attend and will boost C. D. Sutton; A good plan for district in whole or in part have land Gap to Crab Orchard a Boone Way. handling Country produce, by endorsed their approval on said distance of 98 miles over Boones the members of this ass'n; W. T. petition as provided by law and Trail or old Wilderness Turnpike. Less than a month old the Alt. Sparks, Our natural resources. the couit being sufficiently advised Every true Kentuckian, no matter Vernon Commercial Club has The Secretary reported progress ordered that the sheriff ot this where he is located, is earnestly tackled a halt mtllioti dollar job of of the work he had done and was county bo and is hereby directed red uested to become a member of building a highway 98 miles long doing through correspondence to cause a poll to be opened and inthis Band and ro use their with every prospect of succeeding with Congressmen, Senators, an election to be held at tho school fluence with their Congressmen in the big uudertakiug. We call Commercial and Automobile Clubs house of common "school through this great this going some. toward putting looking to the promotion of Boone No. 14, ou the 8th day work. After the organization is tue democrats snoulu suc Way. His efforts were endorsed of Feb. 1913 the same being 40 if and plans worked out completed ceed in restoring the canteen, and the Club, in connection with days or more alter thj entry of it is the intenlion of tho Band to defeating ship subsidy in the the 3 B's, resolved to use every this order for the purpose of reach all Congressmen who are Panama Canal and defeating pro- means within its power to get taking tbe sense of the legal white native Kentuckians. ao matter tectionism everywhere the future this great undertaking success fully voters residing .within the bounwhat or where they are holding of the party would be assured and carried out. dary of the said, proposed graded offices in- other .'states from the its past glorious. schooK jdistrist whether Governorship down to constable in In 'mentioning the aged Masons corurjion. be levied aud collected there shall By auto Louisville to Knoxville Jessie and William Williams, in fact all Kentuckians wherever tax of not exceeding they may be, will no doubt, gladly in eight hours or less. last issue of Signal, as being the an annual on each $100 of property subup to their Conput the matter onlv surviving members of the 50c. M. B. B to slate and county taxation gressmen and ask their support of family of Col. R. . Williams we ject owned by white persons and not the Boone Way bill when presentFi.ANAGAN.-D- r. F. Flanagan overlook the fact that their sister Tennessee and died at his home J. Bosworth, Mrs. Lou Van Winkle, is living exceeding $1.25 of poll tax on ed in Congress. in said Virginia will be organized upon Missouri January 15th. of in our town. It was not the each nialo inhabitant ofschool aged 56 years. Dr. Flanproposed Graded Common the same basis to get the aid of editor's oversight but an error of nil Tennesseeans and Virginians. agan was born near Liberty, ye Jm. scribe and his excuse for district over 21 years of age for Casey county Kentucky in 185?. Our Commercial Club means to He graduated from the Louisville the blunder is that his multitu- the purpose of establishing and of similar Medical college in 1SS0 and wa3 dinous duties of writing for Signal maintaining a graded common secure the Clubs of Louisville, Lexington and united in marriage to Miss Vir looking after the hello and other school therein as provided by school law. The throughout the three states, as ginia Keppert, of Mt. Vernon Ky., departments of the telephone the cjmnion Automobile Clubs of to this union was born one son, plant, attending banquets, meeting officers of taid election will also well as the Reppert, now of Sibley, who with pro those piaces including Knoxvillt, the widow survives him. weekly with the members of the cause the legal vo ers of said posed graded common school disNashville, Richmond. The manu The Doctor came to Bosworth Commercial Club ind acting as facturer of autos will also join the in April, 1890 and up to six their scribe and caretaker of their trict to vote for six persons to be ' 3 B's" in the movement. Backed years ago had built up a large and money and valuables, writing up trustees of same in case said Tax The offkeis by such an army of pushets and successful practice at which time ordinances for the town board; shall be approved. "our cause being just" we have bis health began to fail and making up tax lists, keeping t! e of said election will make return gradually grew worse until ten no doubts as to the successful out- days ago when he was stricken minues for both organizations, in due form of the result of same come of our undertaking. with pneumonia. Bosworth Sen- looking after accounts and making at the earliest day practicable. L. "W. Bethurum, J. R. C. C tinel. reports for two telephone The Louisville Automobile Club Copy Alt. and the Western Union in assuring our people of its co A GIRLS WILD MIDNIGHT S. F. Bowman, C. R. C..C. building a telegraph people, operation in working for Boone RIDE. National highway from Cumberland "Way calls attention to the fact Th warn people of a fearlul for- Gap to Crab Orchard and keep- FRIGHTFUL POLAR WINDS that the last Legislature passed a est firo in the Catskills a young force at tbe ing old Cull out of jail ought to blow with terrific bill submitting to a vote of the girl rode horseback at midnight be some slight excuse for an over- far north and play havoc with people an amendment to the and saved many lives. Her deed the skin, causing red, rough or authorizing the working was glorious but liveo are often sight now and then. sore chapped hands and lips, that saved need Bucklen's Arnica salvo to of convicts upon the public roads. covery by Dr. King's New Dis in curing lung troublo, IN MEMORIAM. heal thorn. It makes tbe skin This question will be a live one coughs and colds, which might Unriveled for Written in memory of Mr. B. solt and sniooth. at our next election. have ended .in consumption or al.so burns, boils, sores F. Sutton, who departed this life pneumonia. "It cured a Congressman Harvey Helm of dreadful cough and lung me of " Jan. 14th. 1913 at 11:10 p. m. ulcers, cuts, bruises and piles. disease Only 25 cents at Chas. C. Davis. the Eighth' Kentucky district ad- writes W. R. Patterson. Well- He had been a sufferer for several vises the secretary of our Com- ington, Tex., "after four in our months of that dreaded disease Sales mercial Club that ho endorses family had died with consumption tuberculosis. But the Lord said and I gaiued 87 pounds." Noththe movement for the construction it is enough lay aside thy suffering of Boone Way and will be ready ing so sure and safe for all throat and come unto me aud lung troubles. Price 50 and I or my deputy will on Monday to presenta bill at the extra session $1.00 Trial bottle free. GuarWe do not sorrow as those who Februay lo, i013, (being regular counfor its promotion and anteed by Chas. C. Davis. of Congress have no hope for we know where ty court) at the front door of tho he promises his hearty support in thou art our precious Father, by Court house In Mt. Vernon, Ky., offer the undertaking. our blessed Saviors side for you for sale to the highest and best bidder told us so your own self just a the following tracts of land In With the vast influence already county, Ky., for taxes due the few hours before you died yet we secured by its backers and much countj and State for the year 1012 exhave it from the life you gave cept ns otherwise specified. more which thoy are going out for it spoke to us of Jesus and PRECINCT No. 1, E. Ml. Vernon after in a systematic manner from that lite beyond the grave. Tax & No. of the Lakes to the Gulf and that Cost Oh bow well do I remember of Name Acres Neighbor territory lying betweon the two 11 25 100 W II Fish Adams, Ed the hours we whiled away talking big ponds it appears to be almost 50 Fray Lay 5 53 of a blessed savior and the love Lay, John n foregone conclusion that the Stokes,JW,NR,town lot.Mt Vernon5 17 he freely gave. Yes ybu are gone Boone Way will be a go. PRECINCT no, 2, W. Mt. Vernon Hhc Oil but not forgotten, never, never can Asher, P R, town lot, Mt Vernon 28 53 that be. No wo can't forget The slogan of the Boone Way " 4 44 Clifford, S M, town lot, Nothing Is more Important In your counsel nor your prayers. Menifee, A C, 120 R V Menifee 4 03 CumberBooster Band is "On to home than clear, steady light. 'fthe Insure this by' retting the oil that You prayed for us and I know they Menifee, RV 5 29 II H Helton land Gap". burns clear and clean without a CO J N Griffin 24 51 will bq answered because of your Taylor, TO flicker) dawn to the last drop, Pennsylvania, crude oil refined to Cumberland Gap to Crab Yes you humble life of trust. perfection. PRECINCT No. 37Rouud8tono Orchard is the Mountain slogan. Costs no more than the trusted a precious Savior who '85 Carroll Martin 5 00 Byrd, Green kind saves MONEY saves WORK saves eyes. us all the wav and will Blazer, Frank 45 II II Duggcr 3 05 to Cumberland Gap is the On Your dealer has SOLITE OIL In 3 51 4 Snyder some day bid us welcome in that Edwards, H J barrels direct from our works. Blue Grass motto. 6 53 59 G S Wren Gadd, W M laud of perfect day, Chas.C. StollOilCo. 25 JWLambort 5 07 Knuckles, Ad Booneway Booster Baud, L. E. W. Louisville, Ky. Martin, Johnny 32 Sam Lambert 7 07 MT. VERNON SIGNAL Kin 500 Thomas. E C 40 03 Cm way r5 A D Knuckles 3 52 South-easter- n I 'get-together- " corr-growiu- g PRECINCT No. 4, Scaffol Cave. Auglln, Henry 50 Jns Bowman 7 23 Rowman, Jus 30 Henry Anglin 4 37 Clark, Lester 80 Vin.i Crouclicr 5 10 4 37 Gadd, John S 35 Calc Gadd Gadd, Chas, NH GO Nick Chiwtenn 3 05 Hart; A C 100 R A Swinford 10 23 Hensley, Emma 90 Dan Auglln 3 05 Harris, W I) 3 05 3o II L Rowlett Joyncr, E 4 45 35 Mose Auglln Klrby, Luton 170 Jas Perkins 7 07 0 05 Miller, P F 40 I E Crouclicr Pennington helrsOfl J II Wolf 3 05 40 Robt Chestnut 4 37 Pigg, Hiram a 0 lo Richmond, Neut C8 James Grant 80 Major Gadd Rector, D G 9 02 7 CO Russell & Co 200 H Lovett Rich, Nannie 40 J W Todd 3 06 50 John Dees Sears, Will 3 95 Spires, Snrada 50 II C Rowlett 6 10 Swinford Heirs 50 Albert Hart 2 71 PRECINCT No. 5, Crookedcrcek. Bowles, Mat 40 A C Carpenter 4 07 Durham, ED 50 L D Mullins 3 70 Gabbard, Green 40 W M Harnett 4 03 Isaacs, Sanford 25 G Philbeck 4 32 I Martin, W A 30 Jones Durham 6 37 McCracken.TomSO John McCracken 3 30 McGuiro, Chas 25 M Singleton 4 73 Shelton, Geo 50 S Singleton 4 04 PRECINCT No. 0, Orlando. Anderson, W F 02 GeowAnderson 0 31 15 Tack Langford Baker, V II 1011 and 1012 40 05 7 20 Bullock, Ed 42 W 11 Proctor Robinson, S T 10 John McIInrguo G 37 1 I Birdse II 9NI - ttAlimL D - I s North B Y Jo e Main Noe Street I I mmmm wmmmmmmmJk n Bailey, W II Cox, HIriim PRECINCT No. 7. 00 John Jones 20 Allen Mounce 50 Joel, English 7 c0 5 22 4 37 Clark, Tom Durharo,Hardin30 John Mobley 3 40 Deiiham, Neut 50 J F Owens 4 37 Gentry, J E, town lot, Livingston 6 42 0 05 Hellard, T.I II Jim Hall Hensley, Ham 50 Joe English 4 31 24 John MeKInley 5 37 Lamb, Joe Mageo, II D, 2 town lots, Livingston 15 28 2 77 Marshal, Gabc 50 Dock Jones 47 Wm Napier Mink, John 5 52 30 Robt. Jewel 3 7o Reiiner, J A The Prosperity of the Community Is largely reflected in the bank u J? w DISTRICT No. 8. 70 Will Rener Mize, Tom Price, John A lOO J E Bullock 40 J M Oliver Ray, M K 30 J R Chlldres Taylor, Jas That is where the foundations of prosperity are lajd for very many people, and will be laid for many more. No honest, serious minded persons nre denied the privileges of an association with this bank. There are none whose dealings are to unimportant to receive considerate attention. 4 31 4 31 6 32 4 31 dis-stri- PRECINCT No. 0. 3 32 Logsdon, Jane 50 David Elder 4 W T Taylor 3 50 Price. W A 8 37 00 J J Brown Todd, Willie PRECINCT No. 10, Brodhead. Abrums, C A 50 IwisVanhook 7 59 8 Catherine Evans Bal.ard, J M 1911 and 1012 6 01 Bowers, Mrs. Bnmmcrs, town lot 4 23 Brodhead Brown, J M, 5 town lots, Brodhead 4 28 Evans, John E, 6 town lots, Brodh'd 4 80 Tom Franeisoo town iot in Brodhead for years 101o, 1911 & 1012 12.0i Hilton, Emley, town lot, Brodhead 2 82 Presten, Lenard, town lot, Brodh'd 3 00 40 Preston, D M, town lot, Brodhead PayncSaniuel, 14acrson Copper'k 2 12 5 01 Roberts, Lon 05 Joel Weodall THE J.P.E. PEOPLES BANK DRUMMOND, Vlce.-Pres. U.G. BAKER, President. F.L.THOMI'SONJr., Cashier. CLAUDE C COX, Ass't. Cash i" - G-- PRECINCT No. 11. Chastccn, B L 15 Wal Young Parker, Mary C 80 Ike Legeer fxeqx I 3K5foSac3e3cw:S3Q? UNDERTAKER 1 4 45 2 75 GRANVILLE OWNES Brodhead Ky pneu-moui- a, T.J. NICELEY.S. R. 0. Childron Cry C ASTO RI A R. H. CONOVER FOR FLETCHER'S Dentist COMPLETE LINE Coffins, Caskets and Robos, Mall, Telograph or Tolo- phono orders Promptly MT. VERNON, KY. Filled. Baker Building, Up Stairs. Rooma recently occupied by Drs. Hat- field & Hurrls cxcx 3!$oc3focaeQoe com.-pani- es n cold-sore- s, Cost tho hog raiser millions of dollars last yeae and nothing short of vaccination seemed to offer the slightest promise oa c uve. Provontiou, however, is the logical solution of tho question. "Dr. Hess, (M.D., D.V.S.) has always maintained that by giving Dr. Hess Stock Tonic to tone up and strengthen every organ in the system, to regulate the bowels, livorund 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 CHOU5BA : THE SCOURGE OF Read what one of the big hog raisers in the country says ten." Alex. Nevius, Modesta, 111. Also note what bulletin No. 182 of the Kanssas State College says about preventing Hog Cholera Sheriff's Land " During 1911 our country was visited by one of tho worst hop plagues ever known. Wo fed Dr. Hess Stock Tonic, and only lost two head out of a herd of two hundred and For Taxes Rock-castl- o Saves Eyes Lamp that M medical authorities. aro taken from tho United States Dispensatory aud noted hogs Feed your to prevontdiseaspand expel worms. tho and When wo recall the conditions which favor tho disease and the manner In which its infection takes place, It will be seen that feeding and cnrliifr of hoj has much to do with the. prevention of the Cholera. Premise should be cleaned and disinfected regularly. The hogs themselves should be dipped every few weoks. Maintaining these conditions helps to keen np tho vitality of the hog and in this way troublss of all kinds are warded off. To aid digestion and circulation and to prevent worms, tho bulletin reeommeudsa formula of Wood charcoal, Sulphur, Salt, Sodium Bicarbonate, Sodium Sulphato, Sodium Hyposulphato and Black Antlm undoubtedly be bcucfical but would cost the hog raiser obout This formula given In tablespoonful doses would Now compare this with the formula for Dr. Hess Stock Tonic which is vastly superior and has stood 1 0c per pound. Tonic. tjttv vomica Digestive and Nerve & Expels Worms. QUASsIA, Digestive & General Tonic. Expels Worms SULPHATE OP SpDA,Laxativo& actsupontheLiver. qnLPHATEOPIRON, Blood Builder EPSOM SALTS, Laxative, KiAfnii Annetizor ttxnels Kueys. CHARCOAL. Prevents Noxious Gases. SStrATE OP the Acts FENUGREEK, Tonic and Aromatic. This preparation is compounded by Dr. Hess, (M.D., D.V.S.) and sold to you on a writton guaranteo and only costs 8c per month for tho average bog. Tho definition of the ingredients qatt 5-- tank-wag- will-guid- e known. Also dip coal will permit, and you will havo no loss from disease. when the weather lOO lbs ftl.Qo. 9R iv 9all ono of tho Tonic Dr. Hoss Stock sleeping quarters with a runs Sprinkle Dr. Hess Dip and Disinfectant your with this tar, creosote disinfectants foremost hogs solution of solution SB. OO ''Co-operatio- Boone Way" t-1, 1k,(-WjW Refinery at Warren, Pa, We sell the ctlebrated "No Carb" Anto Oil. CASXQ.R1A Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR Owons, James Pullen8, Geo Qulsenberry, 30 J W Kiruy 25 Conway 3 Jas Taylor U3 I 5 68 4 91 JONAS McKEIMZIE, deus MT. VERNON, KY. T X- - .. V- -' 9 MvV.Vffl r- -. MT. VERNON SIGNAL MT. VKRNON, Ky., Jan.24t y'-vCnll- John" Graves says old Cull was badly rabbit 'bit' near Musket Ridge moonshine still last Sunday. mmmmmmwmtibmaimAaaiSmmSbatS - 1913 1 For Sai.e: One new Huberi2 I . "No, jg" wheWQ Myou wun Ita Commune L y oata with 8IONAL II. P. Boiler and Engine; one set ol 26111, grist rocks. W. F. WARRHN, . Hansford, Ky. t'24-3This is going to be one of Mt. Vernon's and Rockcastle's THE FIRST . ' t, years. most progressive Tho Co people are getting together. operation and progress move hand H TIME TABUS. in hand. 22 north 4.59 p m "Fair stockholders meet at Court 24 north 3:53 am house tomorrow. Saturday, at 1 p. 2B south 11:38 am m. Be on band and lend your aid 21 douth 12:19 am in planning a bigger better, fair Jas. Iandrum, Agent. than our first which was. a big Phone No. 8. success every way. Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Pottoffice Card op Thanks: To the as i raatl matter. friends and neighbors who were so exceedingly kind to us during the PERSONAL illness of our husband and father Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Lair are wo wish to express our thanks. reported very sick. Mrs. B. F. Sutton & Childrkn. Mrs. Hugh Miller has been very Rockcastle Rebekah lodge No. sick for several days. rti installed the following officers Mrs. J. W. Vanwinkle has been iathrday fauuary 4th: Very sick this weak. Mrs. Dora Owens, N. G.; Miss W. M. Rowe continues in a Ruth Reppert, V. G.: Miss very critical conditinn. Davis, Sec; Miss Marv Ethel J. Fish is suffering with a very Owens, Treas. Mrs. R. S. Beaz-leDeputy Dfrtrict President. sore foot caused by u nail. Misses Daisy end Julia T. Fish A house For Sale or Rent. were in Wildio during the week. and lot at Maretburg with good Henry Anderson and Walter garden and barn and all necessary For turther inforRobins were up from Btodhead outbuildings. mation call on Atty. E. R. Gentry Sunday. Mrs. Paris Sowder has been very Mt. Vernon, or address me at sick ior the past two weeks but is Lebanon Junction. UTTO REYNOLDS. I fiome better. Mrs. Likens aud Mrs.- R. E. In spite of the rain last Friday Albright were up from Brodhead night the Woman's Clubrhad a Monday shopping. very good meeting, at the home of Mrs. K. B Mullitis and sou, Mrs. Fishback. The Educational Benjamine aro with Dr. and Mrs. Department gave the following program: It. W. Dyche at London. Mr. Joe Roberts, of near Maret Kentucky's Rank Educationally Miss Clark burg, has beon very sick for sevBenefit of County Super vison eral days but better at this time. Mrs. Cleo Brown Wheller Meadows was here first How may a Commuuity learn to of the week and from here went to know its uumet school needs? Middlesboro to visit his 'brother Mrs. Fishback Jcbn. Doctors of Health Miss McFcrron C. S. Riddle and his sister, who Review of chapter from American have made East Bornstadt their Rural School Miss Rowlce home for some time, are rtpeudlng The Home Economics Departthe winter at Orlando, Fla; ment will meet this afternoon at Judge L. ,vv". Bethurum is in 2:30 in the chapel of the Dormitory IrfOaUvilie'today to sec bi brottierl The making ot various kinds of Judge B. J. Bethtuum, who is soups will be demonstrated by recovering rapidly from his opera- Miss Wanzer. All Club members tion. are invited to be present Prof, and Mrs. T H. Liklns The Annual Farmers Institute Mrs. ver3 guests of Mr. and will be held in the Court house in Also $f, L. Durham Saturday. Mt. Vernon on Feb. and 6 1913, Mr, and Mrs. Brack Durham, A number of good 5 speakers will . came up to spend the e hers to addrcs tho farmeis Mrs. C, C. Williams lelt Sun- abng the line of good fnrmin1.", day for Louisville to spend several H. C. Black, advance agent of the weeks with her daughter, "Mrs. Farmer) Iustitute sjeut two or West and while tJmre will bo three days here this eek arrangunder treatment of a specialist. ing for the meeting end. secured pledge fiom a great numb ::' tliat 'Miss Louana Whitehead loft Sunday for Louisville to spend a they would attend and help in short time with Mrs. J. 0. West making the meeting a success. and will go from there to Lewis-bur- Such meetings ought to be ey 8 Tenn., to visit her brother, helpful to the farmers and when A; Whitehead, who is head man properly conducted and the proper R. ior the W. J. Sparks Co., in the interest on the part of the farmers irailroad construction work at that it is bound to be a great benefit. Let us urge all farmers to attend place. this meeting with the hope that LOCAL it will be worth something toward improving the farming conditions Supt. J. W. Kincer has the in Rockcastle. .January draw ior the teachers. At the annual election of officers J. W. Kincer was elected Secre of the Bank of Mt. Vernon last tnry ot the Rockcastle County week, W. L. Richards was made ,Fair Association for 1913. active President, S. H. Martin, A. B. Furnish, Cashier J3. C Fish was re elected County Olmrman Mondav and E. S. Al- and Victor C. Tate Assistant Secretary. Cashier. An annual dividend of bright was per cent was declared and 4 per E. W. Hackney was reelected cent, p'aced to the Surplus. For Chairman of the Democratic the reason that the business of the a County Committee of Laurel, bank requires the rervice of three just recognition of past services. men, and the former President Dr F. J. Cheek, of Danville, will C. C. Williams being unable be preach at the Presbyterian Church cause of his large legal practice, ext Sunday morning and even- to devote any time to the bank, ing. The regular pastor, Rev. Mr. Richards accepted the Presi time to .Geo. S. Watson, lelt this morning dency and will dovote-hifor Booneville, yhero he preaches the bank just as he has in the past, the only difference, that in Sunday. . . . J the future he will act in the Orv Cleaning, Pressing, Hats capacity of President instead of eleaued and blocked. That old. pasuier. The new cashier, Mr. A. odd suit, .or hat made to look like B. Furnish 3 well known to Prices reasonable. A new one. every patron .of tbp bank, haying Prop in and let us show you what been with the institution every1 we can do. Phone 48. since it started twelve years ago. j W. M. MUT.UNS, Victor C. Tate the assistant is an '(Opp.&omrt house, Mt. Vernon, Ky. expert and a splendid p jthe new insurance man for the place. Twelve years Because rates, three out of four companies ago last October, Mr. Richards writing farm business in Rockcas- opened the bank and under his tle, have withdrawn fronj tj)e guidance as Cashier it grew in strength and importance with each county. The Home, the succeeding ypar and in his new and the Citizens, have left, leaving only one company, The capacity will no doubt be able to JHonry CUy. to write farm bus- accomplish more in the future past for the institution iness m RacfcQ?stle. The Henry than in the represeoaji by E. S. of which be was the chief instiga (Clay iis . tor. Albright at Mt. VerooB, .lOUItVILU & SJfcgBKr Nashvillc R. n. Co. POST SALE HELD BY S-- I t Ml Villi : t' r8 l jCl rLJw l b W3?S lecond-clu- B egins And Continues for 15 Days value-givin- g. Saturday, January 25th y, A rE have prepared this Sale Announcement with careful thought and deep study and in presenting this bulletin to the public we do so with a reeling in our hearts that we have fairly outdone our January is the month when all remaining merchandise must selves and all competitors for The methods we employ are a trifle different than most stores, for here this is a sweeping event of the go most extraordinary character, in which we offer THE LARGEST STOCK OF FINE CLOTHING I7-3- t. - Ever Offered in this Community than Whatever that at prices SHOES AND FURNISHING GOODS the prices we paid for some of the goods. are far lower may be your needs for now or the coming months you can save more money than you'll believe possible We are offering the richest of cream at the price of the poorest skimmed milk Deliveries Free By Parcel TO Any A Post Wonderful Sale of Mens, Boys' & Children's Overcoats and Suits Be Remember This won(Jerul ?haT- mg out sale begins at J, FISH mt Point in th United States Send Express or Post- Oflieo Money Order ss SON ky sure aut la ftdvautago v 4-- f this opportunity to clothe yourself and family during this Great sale. vcrnon for Men's and Young Men's $10 Suits and Overcoats in this season's newest styles, most all sizes. Men's and Young Men's High Grade Suits and Overcoats of strictly Materials and Guaranteed to give the best of service, and sold at $15 , Sple price A'!-W- ool $3,98 ZinLiTe 15 days3 This 25th Amount refunded if pur chase is not entirely satisfactory. win be your neatest oppor- - vpy.O SSSLISZJST for future needs. week-end's- I Boys' Suits and Overcoats NOW for $4.70 at J for $6-5- 0 and 7-0- 0 Boys' Suits and Overcoats HOW Sizes lip to 18. Jj $J-.7- Jd at ?2-- 5 and $3.00 to 16 years. Sizes from 0 38c for Men's Heavy Fleeced or Ribbed Shirts that sell everywhere at 50 c and Drawers Special Values in a lot of 2 Pair Pant Suits sold our re?lar 5 special now at $3.98 g $9.98 for Men's and Young Men's OVERCOATS that we up to $18. Most small sizes. ML lias beon reduced and wo expept to move tho whole bunch during this sale, your nourtVand come early while we have your size in the stylo yon want OUR ENT E HAT Study these prices, then make a list of STOCK . Men's Fine $2.50 Hats cut to $2.98 $1.98 Stetson Hats, $4. values at A Lot of $1.50 and $2. Hats cut to 98c One Lot of Stiff Hats, $2 values at ' 98c $J.50 and $ J. 75 Cloth Hats cut to 98c Boys' 25c Caps, in all colors, now at J 9c Vice-Pres- ,, You Can THE UNDERWEAR BUT WE on THE Save a Lot NEED Underwear Now WE OFFER HAVE WE GASH, SO 9c Men's J.75 Union Suits at $1.29 Boys 50c U,Suitsat38c Ladies' 25c Vests at Ladies' $ 125 Union Suits at 79c Men's $1.00 Underwear 75caSuit Girls 35c U.Suits at 19c OWcdlcrS It is impossible QiAino I1AVE BEEN MOVING SLOW WITH US AND WE MEAN BIG LINE OF 50c AND 75c VALUES AT 38c. TO MOVE THEM ALL SIZES. FAST. to insert nil the items offered in this Sale. These that aro published give you an idea of the rich, juicy plmas. you can pick during this sale. Read every item. If you dont you might skip tho very item you need. s Jt Makes No Difference How Far You Live . From this store, we pledge you our word it will pay you well to take a day off and Bring this paper with you. attend. book-keep- During fMs Sale everything wiff be sold Sfnctfy for CASH "'' Come every day Remember r l m in Conji-jiieufc- THE DATE AND LOOK and THE T" LOOK AROUND COME PREPARED FOR al FOR SIGN OF THE FISH Phone No. 27 NOEglP)'''':(.. SiSS2 ANYWAY. jVrTCAmNr.CLBlEi&sS Jrr THE BIGGEST BARGAINS YOU EVER HAD OF-FERED YOU. THE HOME OF GOOD CLOTHES jfS-- - , i. 1 JJys-J- ' s t - is 15, 1913, '$ " i - Pfiffr j -- ataVantaBaaJM n ;..- -. jU t v i f v :' live churches. Mount Vernon ouuht to make wonderful stride', Discusses the Coudition of To Mr. Albright, but the citizens must ever, be Editor: DD. VERNON Old Rockcastle. ' I am a son of tho late John alert and constantly pushing her Childress, who lived close to 'ahead. PRACTICAL Covington, Ky., v With best wishes for the success Orlando, but I had the advantage UNDERTAKERS jj Jan. 7, 1913. of going to school in Mount Ver- ot you all, I am, Mr. Albright, Editor of Signal: 'FUNERAL DIRECTORS, Very sincerely, Having been away from my non. I have always hud a deep iAND C Geo. W. Chii.drhss. native County of Rockcastle lor interest in the growth of the EMUALMKKS HOW'S THIS. several years, I lully understand County and Town. They contain some of the best people in Mt. Vernon, Ky, We offer die Hundred DMhr bo'w the citizens of other Counties "the world, but thty are sadly in Reward for any case of Caturrh They work hard to succeed. M It cannot bo cured by Hall's better their surroundings and to need of civic pride aud thty totally that 2 fall lo get together and woik to Catarrh Cure. provide for themselves and F. J. Chunky & Co., improve their surroundings. Liconed Embalmer will havo charge of that lino of families many of tho comforts Toledo, O. Mt. Vernon has grown, I , zs Jwork for tho company. We. the undersigned, and pleasures of life. It is no havo understand, a great deal, but if.it s known F. J. Cheney for the last C Orders by wire promptly tilled. Hearse sent to all points trouble for them to go to market lending citizens would 'get busy, 15 years, and believe him perfectly for they have tine pikes. Their honorable iu all business transManager children'ave given an education put their heads together and re- actions and financially able to a solve to push along Mt. Vernon t,WnSlMiwmSilWVHSW Mi)J3Wi'WWi Wril I I (fill by university trained teachers, and Rockcastle County, it would tarry out any obligations made gOiRco Mt. Vernon Monumental Building PHONE by his firm. large, well ventilated and if develop much taster. There is uiiuuiiiiiiiiijiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiaiitiiiiiiiiiuiiiimimuiaiaK NATIONAL BANK OF to which the no boosting organization in the iff Toledo. O. children go in carriages that keep Hall's Catarrh Cure them dry and warm In this way town and I do not hear of ths internally, acting direetiy is taken upon the citizens meeting and discussing Our lino of Couch Caskets the girls have better opporblood the future welfare of the Towu. system.and mucous surfaces of the is unexcelled tunities here, although they are Testimonies sent free. The best result can only be Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold liaud-mndnot naturally brighter or one Coillusfurnished obtained by and con by all druggists. whit better. Here their parents stunt effort. "I used lo be troubled with a weakness peculiar to Hearse sent to all parts of S im Take Hall's Family pills for tuke moio pride in providing an women," writes Mrs. Anna Jones, of Kenny, III. "For il f. the County Having been away from Rock- constipation. enlarged tintl more pleasant nearly a year, I could not walk, without holding my sides. castle for several years, I appreAll orders by Wire Promptly Filled spheje of preparation with much I tried several different doctors, but I grew worse. Finally, ciate the advantages of good HANSFORD. better means with which to ac roads our druggist advised Cardui for my complaint I was so fine schools. and of The complish something. thin, my weight was 115. Now, I weigh 163, and I am people in Hamilton have both. Miss Hester Cromer has been Of all things, Rockcastle needs never sick. I ride horseback as good as ever. I am In 94-We have some of the finest with her grandmother, Mrs. Joiins Phono MT. VERNON, KY good roads worst. She needs fine health at 52 years." school buildings in the State ot Pitman several weeks. Rev. C. K5wS55n55 to give the farmers an opportunity Ohio and we are known the world K. Carmical Piled his regular up so that they can niako more over for our many fine pikes. pointmentnt Line Creek Saturday money and obtain moro of the The ordinary citizens hero own Misses Mae and Lucy Warren : . real comforts and the means of their automobiles. Tho farmer were guests of Misses Martha and pleasnro for themselves and those comes into the city, attends to his Fannie Kirby Saturday evening. dependent upon them. Good business acd is right back to his We have thousands of such letters, and more are Mrs. F. D. Vauce returned to roads will make life to the farmer work. It he has products, the her home at East Bcrnstadt after arriving daily. Such earnest testimony from those who To-morro- w more desirable and certainly carries them quickly to spending three weeks with friend." have tried it, surely proves the great value of this vegeta- more profitable. Good roads market, where begets the highest and relativer at this place. There oic, tonic medicine, lor women. will bring schools of which Cardui relieves women's sufferings, and builds weak prices. will be pua:hing at Mt. Pisgah YESTERDAY is but a droam, nulyla vision, Will be proud and thereby women up to health and strength. If you are a woman, but well lhed nuilces every yesterday a dream of hapThe thing that has kept Rock- next Saturday and Sunday. Miss piness andevery a vision uf hope. Therefore give the children a better traingive it a trial. It should help you, for it has helped a milcastle so far behind is its very Fannie Kirby who has boon very not jesterday nor brlnjj your account to lion others. It is made from pure, harmless, herb ingrediing which will better fit them bad roads, but I was glad to see sick for thepast week is better. ents, which act promptly and surely on the womanly organs. THE BANK OF MT. VERNON for the futuro battles of life. tho .eople voting on u bond issue It is a good tonic. Try it I Your druggist sells it Miss Rose'Renner spent a poris moro necessay now for tho It Then our hopo is that all your monoys will bring you happito improve them, but I regretted tion of last week with her sister, Writt to: Ladies' Advisory Dcpt. Chattanoota Medicine Co.. Chsttanoota. Tna. ness, and prosperity, ami all your rcoollcctious of yesterday will future battles of life. It is very much to for Sptctal Initructloni, and book. "Home Treatment for Women," tent free. J M hear that tho Mrs. Jesse Bullock. bring you great satisfaction and all your dealings and relations more necessary now for tho necessary with this Bank will bring you great prosperity. was not two thuds Mrs. Jane Renuer is spending bovs and girls to have a bettor obtained, but the result short s ihe winter with her daughter Mrs, education thuu over before that the majority of the people aic H. C. Kirby. Mrs. Martha Ren-ne- r KENTUCKY What can a farmer in Rockcastle iu C. C. WILLIMS, President. W. L. RICHARDS, Cashier?" luvor of voting bonds to build has been very sick for a few promise himself or his children roads. To my mind that is tho days. W. 0. McKinney and if the County roads remain as best and quickest way to get them. tninily have moved in this part. they are? Although my parents Tlu good road advocate h.iould Mrs. Robert McKinney who has live in Rockcastle, close to the PINE HILL be greatly encouraged by tlie vote been sick for the past four months Jackson county line, I would not and they should this improves very slowly. J. L. Mcllargue bas been think of coming back to live questiou to tho vu let's. The post master at this place. there unless you had better a in Lighthouse. BrrrrrBBB-iSStftquestion should not be permitted Mrs. A. H, McFerron has gone Good l'oads are now cond "7 I?oryeara J. S." Douatiue, SO ttieligilutlOn should "bo" to FIoru3afbFIier liealtE. The' K. sidered as necessary ns the 10 kept up. iu this Haven, Mich., a civil war captain Tut P. is working about 200 men and ciotnes we wear or tlie rood we us a lighthouse keeper averted movement should resolve more awful wreeks, but a queer fact want more. Miss Donnie Sharp cat. This is such an important Over U. G. Baker's Store. has be-- n visiting Misses Myrtle question to Eokkcastle people firmly and see that the county go is he might have been a wreck Crown and Bridge Work a specialty. and Zula Hawkins for the last two that every candidate for office forward and overy man who an- himself if Electric Bitters had not All work guaranteed. weeks. Emmit Bryant and David this year should be made to come nounces himself for office should prevented. "They cured me of kidney and he Baker are candidates for matri- out in the open and declare him- be compelled to declare himsolt writes, trouble had chills", "after I taken other as to whether or not he is a mony. Mrs Linda Seats of self plainly for or against good so called cures for years, without Ettawa, is visiting her sister, Mrs. roads, and tho voters should progressive. The very best men beuefit and they also improved Mary Hansel oi this place. Bro. make each one pledge, if elected, possible should be stlocted for my sight. Now at seventy, I am "For dyspepsia, Gooch filled his regular appoint- to do all in his power to get the various offices which are to feeling fine.'' T&&UWS2Si&WNt ment at the Baptist church Satur them. If auy man be now in belilledtbis year. It is immaterial indigestion, all stomach, liver and Send for Entry Blanks, Millek it Bkazley, Mt. Vernon, Ki Mt Vernon, Ky troubles, they're without whether he be a Republican, kidney Try day and Sunday. . office, who desires MMM aa iat Only 25 cts equal. them. Democrat or a Home and office In tho late residence but at Chas. C. Davis. E. Abney was in Mt. Vernon his action with reference to this Dr. Myers formerly occupied on i,01d Tuesday S::::::n:::5::::"-"5-522"s-s5S55?::::::?Hthat he should ::::j on business. Mr. and question should be thoroughly it is important MalnSt.,;Mt. Vernon. THE ADAMS EXPRESS Mrs. Pal Moore, of Sparks Quarry, investigated, and if it appear stand by the people, working ull !:::TS ueo... COMPANY aud to are visiting relatives of this place. that he has been against it or the time to Oo... We Make Your Dollars Have More Cents. ::::2J Ol'l'ICK OI'TIIK PKKSIDENT, advance every part 01 Rockcistle. Georgo Burdine is slowly imSBt,w lor it, he should be Nkw Yokk. The people should not bo C. C. proving. E. Bryant was in defeated in the primary, lie N January, 3 1913, JATTORNEY-AT-LAa few da7s last week. certainly should not go in the satisfied with anything short 01 n ikoe Ski this The slogan of the battle To Officers, Agents and Employes: OO... nit . tu Miss Christine McFerron has gone final election. iw DO... tzsaw MT. VERNON. KY. Let the people Oa "ss3Sa qsaspi should be, 'Good officials, hvo Because of many inquires from CtO... to Florida to attend school. M. select nominees -who are, for floor o .. OFFICE. On 2cd. LEADIN'G TheBankol'Mt. Vernon, on Churc A. Steckle, Supt. of the K. P. was good roads and cave tho courage men, men who think, men who are employes and others, it is deemed eat... given in Knoxville a few days ago on to not only declare for them, honest and men who have the proper to state tho attituda and street. Special attention MT. VERNON, KY. This end cau policy of The Adams Express to collections.! business. Logan Bryant was hero but if elected, will go to work to courage to act'. uly bo reached by tho citizens Company toward the Parcel Post 0oa Phone No. 8o. Sunday. L. G. Falin, of Living- build Ihem. ston was here Monday.- - -- Mrs." Gus jjjj ea... I road in the Signal that Mt. taking an interest in getting out inaugurated on tho 1st instant: The Company appreciates that Cnrmel, of Corbin, bas been visit- Vernon had started a move in candidates of the right kind and ..a ing relatives and friends of this tho right direction and that she then going to work to elect tho Parcel Post has been es a Wo cany a full line of fine drugs, toilet nil in response to a widetablished place. There will be services at is headed toward real progress. thetn. a articles arul stationery. If you doubt our I am proud to know that your spread and persistent demand, and a the Baptist church the first A Com mercial or Business Men's ::" a... word come in and see for yourself. graded school is a success and the anticipates it has come to stay. j; UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER Sunday in February conducted by Club has been organized. Goodl . policy will be Rev. Boll. Holy Roller meeting Now push it along! Boost the people are entitled lo praise, for The Company's Our customers' wants looked after, with ..... at this place Saturday night and old town! Plan and work to ad- - tho fight they made to establish to devote its energies to render it..! pleasure. If wo haven't what you want, Sunday. J. A. Hawkins was in vanco the interest of the farmer. it. The Brown Memorial is a a service even more eiucieiit and sat... kindly let us know and we will do our ao Knoxville a few days ago on Bring them closer to you. Lot great credit to your community satisfactory than iu tlie past, and -- ! best to get it for you . business. Johnny McHargue, was them know that you are interested and they are entitled to tho hearty all officers and 'employes are diin Livingstbn a few hours Sunday. in their welfare and that you and enthusiastic support of the rected to exert every ofFort to ???T. ..... have an interest in common. Get people, but mote interest should that end. The Company does not Ai.iT zjihuBiE3r i ii j i0 be shown in the County schools, wish an y of its employes to adopt a LEADING DRUGGIST V."m acit.i Constipation is the cause of some icind of a factory or other the building of better school a policy of faultfindings toward Oat... Phone No. 39 ;:;; many ailments and disorders that enterprise to locate among you, Me... Po'st, but expects f'erri Oaa. make Hie !'? miserable. Take which will bring more families to houses and in obtaining better the Parcel 0S. !!!!!!! .! ! ! ! I ! I ! I ! I I I I ! Chamberlains Stomach and liver Mount Vernon or Rockcastle. equipped and more competent by their efficiency to demonstrate Tablets, keep your bowels regular Advertise its many resources in teachers. This is a day in which to its patrons the necessity for efaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaiaaaaaaaaaa2SSS::.:SS and you will avoid these diseases. every way hv possible. Boost and the citizens pay a great deal of the Express Company's distinctive For sale by Cbas. 0. Davis. W. M. Barrbtt, keep right on boosting. Let no attention to good highways and' service. President. good schools. UN Remember the entertainment petty jealousy creep in and mar I hopo that the year 1913 will the usefulness of tho club but let PLATE. ROLIG to be given at the Graded School $100 PER e all of its members pul 1 together bring more good things to building this evening, was paid to a banquet to Henry ESTIVITI county than she ever By doing tihs, I predict that Clay in New Orleans in 1842. received before, and that the Mighty costly for those with Rockcastle will witness an era of $50.00 TO flOO.OO A MONTH For your spare time Krprinc not ed-o- prosperity never before known. county will prosper as it has stomach trouble or" indigestion. WMit an ctlv roan la thta totality. I hope to come to your Fair never prospered betor, but to Today people every where use Dr 'To Introduce ua to your xrUtuU. Wa pay largest caah benefits whan alck. Injured, next August and oxpect to see do this there should be something King's New Life Pills for these end at death, for amallest ooat. LOW ROUND TRIP FARES troubles as well as liver, kidnev offer to flrtrt ap- tho good effect and of those two perfected by which substantial and bowel disorders. Easy, safe Tickets on Sale January 28, 29, 30, 31, February 1, 2, 3; plicant from this place. Write quick for can be obtuined. Lot hustling organizations. With assistance particulars. sure. Only 25 cents at Chas. Return Limit to reach original starting point not later than February 833, Covlntfton, Ky. luck to ypu'pll and work for ail, Mount Vernon people taite the 0. Davis'. THE uii pamcni Oi 91.UU, it, nun vAivnoiuii ui .nun y uiuivn u, Mount Vernon Monumental and encourage not only the I am, Very trulf yours, lead FULL PRIVILEOES. town, but every part of the W. R. ALLEN. Medicines that aid natute are Cretcent Route, or aoolv (a For detail! call on any Ticket Agent, Qucen-WORKS II. C. KINU, I'atscnccr and Ticket Agent, 101 E. Mala Street, Lexington, Ky. county. Brick Duimiags are now always most effectual. ChamberSpectacles Cough Remedy acts on this rising where there were frames FOUND, the place to buy of, and lain's $1.60iuid up. Gold, in Mt. Vernon and'I understand and EyeglasuM for plan. It allays the cough, reWhen given as soon as the and Silver and Aluminum Frames. Lar croupy cough appears Chamber-kin'- s you are to have a new hotel, lieves the lungs, opens gest selection In town, fcyea testeu Granite Monuments of all secretions and aids nature in the HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID Congh Remedy will ward something Mt. Vernon has needed Free Years ot experience. rerOH RAW FURS AND HIDES inds. Estimates furnished storing the ysytem to a healthy off an attack of croup and With more for a long time. Wool on CommlMlon. Wrllt for prlM' all .danger ncd cause of condition. Thousands have testibuildings, with a on application. mi mentioning mil ao. anxiety. Thousands of mothers brick and stone JEWELER AND OPTICIAN. fied to its superior excellence. use H successfully. GO. OWENS Piopr. Sold bvChaB nice little park ahd fine liotel, COX BROS. BTORaC JOHN WHITE & CO, Sold by Chas. C. Davis. with the good school and real U. Wvw. Pono 112' . The use of simple herbs as remedies Instead of the more usually more dangerous Inorganics substances, has been rcvivsd very widely ol late. a In Germany a new school of physicians has arisen which throws out almost whole o( the pharmacopeia and relics on an adaptation ol tho method ot wiia N. K. World, animals In curing themsclve Hotel and It was Dr. It. V. Pierce, chief consulting physician to the Invalids use of some Surgical Institute of Buffalo, N. Y., who first advocated tho extended of our native roots, such as: Golden seal and Oregon grape root, mandrake In Doctor and queen's root, black cherrybark. Theso are the chief ingredients Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, which has been so well and favorably Wiown ! lor nenny nan a ceniury. stomach tonie that nature has provided. ,T. Don-at-MATHK80K of OsMnlng, N. Y. says: " I suftold fered for over llvo yeaM w ith what tho doctorswith amo was I dilated condition of tho stomach, associated I had catarIt3h fe vBv tried -- ; . a) rhal condition o same, awl nervous heart. i y I onough mix. o smui n, gentian, iuuihiu, j... "",' li readlnp what eminent doctors said of tho, curatlvp niialltlea oftlo7.iRroUlentsof floldon Medical also tho 'Plciisatit a fair trial. a Toole tho ' Discovery' and ipnnnir uuiieL iiuw can truuiinuy say j. uui cheerfully plvo pprmlsIon to print1 In than iTiavo nlaf, . 1 xiim 11 any uouuuuk Thomas w: th 3 teat incdlcino In tho I will put him who1 to tho best country 3. D. HATncsoN. Esq. ti -- Wonderful Cures Reported in Germany. and concentrated" " " v 411 Um W. R; ALLEN. Hamilton, Ohio, January, 1 Ax. DISKET 5 g 'O OUCH TALICCASK TS Coffins and Robes. ,.. 3 3 3 2 B ORG OW NS, I I ll 111 UNDERTAKERS jpjjj-e COM-MERC- E. 1 Couldn't Walk! u mmlfrmffl&B& iiiJt&isj S I i W. A. COX,! g TAKE Yesterday Tc.day TO-DAto-dato-da- y DUIWoman'sTbmc til auto-trnc- Rock-ca-tl- e THE BANK OF MT. VERNON NOTICE hold the 'a J. P. GRBBN MILLER & BEAZLEY will Dentist i high-wavA- -. hero a hiR-nn- t Annuel Horse Sale MT. VERNON, KY. At the Mk Vernon Fair Grounds W. T. FRANCIS, ARCH 6 & 7, 1913 Dentis Hl?r,Wff Bull-Moose- r, up-buil- d Oa. Williams, Hike-war- Cin-cinna- oo. aa. tsj ivKrjnBtiij assa 1.3 -- o... a. DRUGGIST a.. Our Motto: 'Quality aa. eo. as.. Not Quantity J. C. McCLARY aa.. ;;; 0.' CHAS, 1 1 C DAVIS 1 Stanford, Ky. xlock-castl- March Gras B JLi d. NEW ORLEANS January 28 February 3 iu! and MOBILE Cash-Bonu- a STOP-OVE- R FOUND! & Manufacturers pro-ve- nt J. C. MOORE FURS AND HIDES SSSSSS. -- V '.jil. jj- - -- rTajf.JJW.lv e