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Established 1887 NUMBER 18 193. - 'i . s 5 r Why Clothcraft Insured Clothes Cost No More r Than Take-a- - Chance Clothes CLOTHCRAFT Clothes would I. OP- if the makers had to use ordinary clothes . - making: methods. But the Clothcraft organization through its 66 years' experihas ence in good clothes-makindeveloped a system oj scientific tailoring that, by simplifying op erations and cutting out waste of effort' and material, has greatly reduced the cost of making with" sacrificing quality. g, This improved science of clothes-makin- g makes it possible to use expensive cloth and produce clothes that in style, fit and all-woo service would ordinarily lead you jfco believe Yet Clojthcraft Clothes were high priced cost you only $W to $25 On top of this, tho of Clothcraft Scientific Tailoring are bo. sure and efficient that the makguarantee ers absolutely disappointmenthem to bo t-proof which means that they are insured for all wool, good tailoring, lasting shaptf, satisfactory wear and service, re-Mil- ts at tisjunj. gMl clothes prices, At $10 to $25' yon really can't Aiford to wait Another day before at least investigating them, oyen jnj)t Wo are ready and wait- ing for you, and .we'll be disappointed if we can't show you our fine line of Cloth cra'ft Clothes for Fall aud Winter. Wp know you will ap precjate jtlj,em. . .' C 1 o th e ra 1 t Glomes wouldn't bo a bad invest- - A ,Tft' Blue Serge Special, $18.50. Safe and Sane Investment 4130, The Clothcraft SUTTON THE V. & McBEE - CLOTHCRAFT STORE McFerron waa visiting in Mt. "BOONE'S TRAIL." Many years ago. when Dan'el vcino oaiuraay unm aunaay Mr. and Mrs. Bon Riddle, of Walter Hall, of Montana, is with Walnut Grove; spoilt Saturday Boone was blazing tho way relatives and friends at this place. and Sunday with the latter's par- through tho mbuntnlns of KenThere were services at the tucky, little did he think that, ents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Hiatt. Baptist church Sunday night con Misses Minnie Hiatt and Oma he was performing feats tbat ducted by Rev. Barnes. Eugene would place his name s"o aluminBrown were in Mt. Vernon, Taylor and Miss Emma Mize, of ous before the eyes of this grand of last weak shopping. Buckeye section, were married Charlio Lyons was up from Junc- old commonwealth. Tho name. Boono is imbeded Thursday and spent a low days at tion City, Monday. Mr. and Mrs loyal this place with his sister, Mrs. J. W. Tate are in Lonisvillo this deep in the heart of every Their many Kentuckian. Whon they lot their John Treadway. D. B. Chandler was in week. minds run back to the hardships friends wish them much happiness Berea the llrst part of last week. through life. John Treadway and J. J. Painter is up from Leba aud sufferings he underwent wife were in Mt. Vernon from non Junction attending the,dobato for us and by his so doing we to- Saturday until Sunday with and spending a few days with his day are made happy, as we sit friends. Miss Martha Burdine, of parents, Mr. and Mrs G. E. before the gleaming light of the Mt. Vernon, was called here last Painter. Frank Mosser is very old wood fire, we can picture week to see her brother, George, ill with tpphoid' fever. W. O. niauy things., that would not who is very low with consumption. Dilley, Master of Trains, Hal have beon had we never had a E. Bryant made a flvjug trip Boone. Why not we as loyal Johnson, Stock Claim Agent, and to Mt. Vernon Saturday. Horace Harlar.d, Special Agent, citizens of tais grand old State ' and beneficiaries of him pay that were in town Thursday of last HANSFORD. respect toso'graud and good a week. Wo forgot to mention in our letter last week the election man, as he deserves. From Crab W. A. Adams and family, of Mt. held by the stockholders of the Orchard Ky., to Cumberland Gap Vernon, visited relatives at this Uock castle County Fair Associa- is a trail that Daniel Boone made place Saturday bight and Suuday. tion, which resulted as follows : with his ow& hand, and if we Willie and Lewis McClure, of Granville Owens, President; A. as people of the various towns Pongo, were here last Thurday. along the "trail, would bring E. Albright, J. Mrs. Nora McKiuney and Mrs. VV. Kincer, Secretary; A. M. enough pressure to boar our own Pearl Bullock spent Saturday Hiatt, Treasurer; R. H. Hamm, Congressman, when they are night aud Sunday with thoir A. J. Haggard and John Robins, dishing out the money for the father, W. H. Renner Mr. and directors. At the last regular public good, we might We able Mrs. James Barron and Mr. and meeting of Robins Chapter No. to get some 6t them to introduce Mrs. M. G. Kirby were the guests a bill that woUld build a govern1GG Order Eastern Star, the folof Mr. and Mrs. Neal McFerron lowing officers wore installed : ment road on this old trail in Sunday. Mrs. Lillo Hiatt. Worthy Matron; honor of this grand old pioneer Mrs. J. W. Cromer of Long John Robins, Worthy Patron; and patriot. Branch spent Sunday with hep We, as the constituents, should Miss Clyde Watson, Asociato let the needs of the public be mother, Mrs. Jonas Pitman near Matron; Walter Kobius, SecreLevel Green. The infant of Mr! tary; A. M. Hiatt, Treasurer; Mrs. known to the office holders, and and Mrs. John MoFerron died Lizzie Pike, Couductoress, and then it is their duty as honest and Friday of pneumonia and was Mrs Floy Francisco, Associate faithful men ;to do everything in buried Saturday. Howard, the Conductoress. W. S. Haggard their power for the measures that litUe son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton has moved his family from his comes up bofore them, that pro- Renner is very sick. Mr. Hiatt farm near town to the J. J. Leeco motes the welfare and happiness of Mink and Miss Flonnie Bullock property in the Henry addition. their constituency. Let us start the now year off were married at the homo of the Dr. E. J. Brown, of Stanford, Rev. C. by combining our efforts aud bride last Wednesday-was here again last Saturday, and Milton common good of K. Carmical officiated. with Dr. Carter, attended T. B. work for the What do you Rash, of Hopewell, who had his eastern Kentucky. Lair, who is very low with pneuleg amputated some two m prills monia. E. C Garman, of Stan say London, Barboursville, Crab agoisv-abltab? out "Oncer 'more. fprv ono of JJrtcle Sam's best Orchard- - audeorbin? p y a ) Mrs- - Lena, Iowe and little Ordinarily, wo as Mountain mail pjprks. on thh p. 0. Division daughter, Yiola, and Miss Martha ' legacy WfiR hero Tupsday Jo jear the pepp!o )ave nq jeayo o? fcock Kirby wpre the guests of Mrs. q arid bonds behind tq Wallace-Robertdnbate. The those we loyp when wp arpone, Martha. Render Sunday. W. M, Knobs Essential Oil Co., of LouisMcClure, of Bloss, was in this ville, will in the near future in- but God Jehova in making mn part Snuday. William Renner stall their plant at Ms plapo, pevor breftthod breath Intfl more is visiting relatives at Mt. Vernon Wo understand tbat a number of loyal and patrjqtio breast?, than and Livingston, fanners liavo signed leases, allow those wp find in eastern KenSeveral young folks, of Bloss, As the cry came frro ing them to remove all or any tucky. attended church at this place Sud part of the sassafras from their Macedonia of old "Come over and day. Mitchol Cress and Edd arms, as weleain that they will help us" I most earnestly en- Payne, of Wabd, were here Sun manufacture sassafras principally. treat the people of this part of day. Mrs. H. C. Kirby who The Rev. R, B.,Bnker, of Far- - the State to get busy' and lots has been very sick for- tho past iston, filled his regular 'appoint bg up pnd doing before, jt is three wppks improves, slowly.: ment at the Christian church, everlastingly too lato anu) lets Fjnlev flyer sold his farm to Sunday. Dr. D. E. Proctor and 'have as our slogan on, to'Gunjber: Mallard. Qoan, price unknown, son, Leis, are with fhe doctor's laud Gap. WtUs McClure bought fflhch cow UpA& O' lister, Mrs. Allen Hiatt, this ot Jamfls, Bar0 (or fc oo, U. Yern.qu,7Ky. Week, and attepdjng flip dpbat,p. "!? . A. H.ERO IN. A UGHTHOUSE. TJio debato j!)etwpfin Elders, A TE5AS WpNDJHR. WftllSCG M Roberts w)l bo oyer For years, J, Q. Donahue, So The Tesns wonder curpsU:idp,ey ftayeu, Mieht. ol"'l V'31' captain by the tlmf: tjijs js, n. print, an(j and bladder troubles, erjiovmg as the matter is Jefj; wholly to the gravel, cms djabeius, ,wonl and lis a lighthouse keeper averted awful wrecks, but a quoer fact liRtoners to decide, in our opinion nme backs, rheumntistuaud all is he might have been a wreck tho matter will Stand just fts It regularities of tho kfdiws and himself if Eleotric Bitters had not was before tho debate began. in both meu and wouittn?' Regu- prevented. "They cured me of Those whoso opinion as to who lates bladder troubles-lrhe children. kidney trouble and chills", fyo victor Is, is of tho same opin- If not sold by your druggist, will writes, "after I had taken other ion now tfyafr 1)0 was before he be sent by mnil on receipt of $i. so called cures for years, wth,ou. henefit and thfjy a,ho improved heard of it, and d. thegonjj, op ,ut Gjje siuall t,Qtu !g twtj. nflntfjq' rfly sight. Now at seventy, 1 am all the visible good, tljuf has least "For dyspepsia, treatment apej seldom fails to feeling fine.'' Jjpen done Is that tho people are perlect a cure. Send for testi- indigestion, all stomach, liver and mofO biased than evor. A num- monials from this and otherstates. kidney troubles, they're without Oily ?$ cts ber ojf mJntypFs are fterp hjs Dr, E.W, Halj', gcj',6 Olive street, equal. Try them. at Chas. 0,. Dais, week, same of whom we havp St. Louis, Mq. Sql4JV d,ruggs,t. unabjo to Jearn their najnes., WAL.NUT GROVB, those Jjerp, Mat we llftve learned are Dko, Barnes, Hujjbarfi, aay.-orT Pike, Cummin, Gcoph, Gen We aro having plenty of rain The Holy Rollers held their try Roberts, Wallace, Bropk, Sev- regular meeting at', the school in this vicinity. Poplar Grovo under-htanerance and Thomnsv-W- u house Saturday Highland. Sunday. school close Friday January 17, that in the coming primary Born to tho wife of A. J. Piko They all had a nice time. There that Miss Tempest Ward is likely a fine girl, E Durham moved into was a large crowd attended the to become a candidate lor Super the house opposite? dopot, tMr singing at Poplar Grove Saturday intendent of Public Schools for Julius Payne and Mils Eva Mullins night. Mrs, Minnie Cummins the county of Rockcastle. Miss eloped to Jellico, Tenn., Friday visited Mrs. Mary Ping fir.s of Ward has lived In our town 'for night and wore married Saturday the week. v. Jfo,bn Soward the past two years and has a host morning. community and filled hn yegu,lar appointment at The of admiring friends. She attended and friends wish .them, rn.qc.hjoY ProYid,encp Sunday, There will Jiepub)ic schools of Lincoln and and success, ba services at Woodstock Saturday Garrard counties, and Stanford Miss Ohio Pike and sister Volio, anil Sunday, and Lancaster gradod schools, ar visiting their sister, Mrs E. Mrs. Ida Catron who has been graded school at Senqro, Hardin Durham. Chas. Baker and wife sick U Improving. John Bloomer county, Elizabothtown high school of Corbin, are visiting thoir many and family will leave this part for and tho Sue Bennett Collego at 'friends here. There will bo Kansas the 26th of next month London, Ky. Has taught In the services at the Baptist church and also W. F. Cress and family public schools for tho past six' Sunday morning by Bro. Bell-ye- ars, Mr. P. Q. Griffin ou,r hustling aud now holds a stato cer- - George Burdine continues about merchant whq has been sick for lificato. Sho also attended tho the same.---MW. H. Cottengim, some time, we are glad to say is State formal at Richmond Ky. 'of Livingston, is visiting here.- - getting hettor. Rev. Tohn SowSjig wijl enter the race on tho Roy Gentry aud wife returned to ard filled his regular appointment rppnblican ticket, being a firm East Berns,tadt Sunday, "Miss at Friendship Sunday last believer In its principles. Sho Kate Parson, of Mt. Vernon, was Misses Jalia aud Laurie lirown 1c t has served oa tho board of exam-. i "g her cousin', Mrs' Joh" the first of the month to enter iners in Hardin county for the past two eirs. Her announce. Treudway, from Thursday until school ar Berea, Farmers, have mentwlUirobablyaDDearin these Saturday. William Roberts is commenced jo plow iu this xart columns In the near future. t verv ,slck at this time. Miss Rose oi tho county. Sat-urdVice-Presiden- t; MIODHEAI). Will You COME? GEE! ixifOjviskUMmKmaammaikiimiaaimBtafffgffgggg 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: ' f i e nit' iest Goods, Lowest Prices kind treatment & a - a spare deal 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 W-JR E . of - " " - Mis, .- -,-. 1 HARD A T bn Car lot goods: Salt, Stoneware, Doors and Windows, Paints and Oil, Harness and Furniture. & A car of AMERICAN Fence to close at below the market price s, d -- Well, I should say so 1 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 ? " he pays the freight." Call us up over the phone. Send us your Mail .Orders, We pay Postage or Express. , " Jones, UIHTO) Sugar 5 CENTS POUND A rs, u-- e 1 "V . v i .K L pftOaMwwwteftwwm ffiMihwwtiaSiia&g; OAKlMbAMB nlld .. ii W '' . ' . ..........' .. TW.W" - ML .VERNON SIGNAL 0 8 ; ADDITIONAL LOCALS. 40 03 wmmmmsmmmmmmm vottirs are ORDER" FOR OR'ADBD Seogjjlns, Kin . 500 Conway A Thomas. EC r5 A D Knuckles 3 fi2 posting meniscives upon me pri bCHOOL ELECTION AT Robert Mnshall, a b other-imary election IntVj some of the PRECINCT No. 4, Scnffel Cave. , LIVINGSTON w an Friday, Jan. 31, 1913 law of Tom and Cns Cox wl'l open Auglin, Henry 60 Ja8 Howman 7 23 features thereof they find to ho vicious and shows the authors of a barber shop in U. G. Maker's Rockcastle County Couit Order Bowman, .fas 30 Henry Anglirt 4 37 Published every Friday by At the Regular Term of this Clark, Lester 80 Vina Croucher 5 10 tho hill making tho law must have building, known as the Johnson Gadd, 4 37 S Cnle Gadd EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. store room. rourt beld.onlhe .23 day of Dec. Gndd, John Nil 35 Nick Chastenn 3 95 been rank partisans who desired CO Chas, the perpetuation partizanshipratherl 100 R A Swinford 10 23 For Salk: One new Huber 12 1912.it appearing that a petition Hart, A C $1.00 than for improvements over the INSCRIPTION ONE YKAR 3 95 H. P. Boiler and Engine; one set signed by fifty legal qualified Henslcy, Emma 90 Dan Anglin A 3o H L Rowlett 3 95 white voters was filed with the Harris, W B old system. The statute needs ot 26111, grist rocks. 4 45 35 Mose Anglin Advertising rates made known on overhauling and tho objectionable County Court ' Clerk at the last .Toyner, E fll m If. W. F. Warrbn, Kirby, 7 97 id regular term of this court asking Miller, Laton 170 Jns Perkins features eliminated. This is sup x . application FF 0 95 40 J E Croucher fansford, Ky. that a graded common school dis- Pennington heirsOO J II Wolf posed to be a free country where' 3 95 For Sale: I ha-an extia trict be organized with its bound Flgg, Hirnin a man can be a candidate or vote 40 Robt Cheetuut 4 37 MRMBHR OP 1a 1 rffA O. ? Miiii hi... niai T ary as follows: uuw jun,y uu Riclnnotid,Neut 08 James Grant Olo KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION for whom he pleases but under 6 Rector, D G 9 02 80 this primary election law he can would sell at a bargain or ex beginning at JNancy bales on Russell & Co 200 Major Gadd 7 GO Lovett for a number one gocd Rockcastle do neither if he is not a pledged change River, oxejuding her; Rich, Nannio 40 II W Todd 3 05 J milch cow. J. Fish. thence to Bill Bales excluding him; Sears, Will member of one of the two old 60 John Decs 3 05 Mt Vmon, Ky. thence to John Baxters excluding Spires, Snrada 60 II C Rowlett parties. It is well to have a com5 10 2 74 pulsory election law but the one Dry Cleaning, Pressing, Hats him; thence to the lettered rock; Swinford Heirs 60 Albert Hart PRECINCT No. 5, Crookedcreek. Kentucky now has on its statute cleaned and blocked. That old. thence to Thomas Dees including ANNOUNCEMENTS. book is loaded down with tho old suit, or hat made to look like him; thence to the George Pettit Bowles, Mat 49 A C Carpenter 4 07 Durham, 50 L D Mullins 3 70 worst kind of "jokers" and later a new cr.e. Prices reasonable. old place1 near crooked bridge: Gabbard, ED 40 W M Burnett 4 03 Green JAILER will turn upon end plague the Drop in and let us show you what thence to the Lee Arnolds place ex- Isaacs, Sanford We Ale Authorized to Announce 4 32 25 G Philbeck cluding' him; thence to the Steve Martin, W A 30 Jones Durham 6 37 party responsible tor its creation. we can do. Phone 48. PRANK BAKER Moore place on Rockcastle River; McCrackcn,Toui50 John McCracken 8 30 As a candidate for Jailer of Rockcawtle W. M. Mullins, subject to the action of tho Republican 4 7S A dispatch from Trenton, New Opp. court house,Mt. Vernon, Ky thence with the Laurel couuty Hue McGuiro, Chns 25 M Singleton 4 64 Shelton, Geo 50 S Singleton ).irty, August Primary, 1913. Jersey, contains this declaration, to the beginning and that the sito A house for For Sale or Rent. PRECINCT No. 0, Orlando. "Efficiency in public service and the,, school house of said proStreet SHERIFF. the merit system rather than and lot at Maretburg with good posed district is the old school Anderson, W F 92 GeoWAnderson 0 31 Wo Arc Authorized to Announce 15 Tuck Langford partisan politics wilt be the basis garden nnd barn and all necessary house site, which is within the Baker, W II CAM MUM-IN1911 and 1912 40 05 For lurther infor- limits of the town of Livingston upon which President-elec- t Wilson outbnilditigs. As a candidate for Sheriff of Rockcastle Bullock, Ed 7 20 42 W H Proctor mation call on Atty. E. R. Gentry which site is certified to be not Robinson, subject to the action of the Eepublican will make his appointments to ST 140 John Mellnrgue 0 37 party, August Primary, 1913. office". That there are thoroughly Mt. Vernon, or address me at exceeding two miles from any PRECINCT No. 7. competent Republicans holding Lebanon Junction. part of the boundary of the said Bailey, V II CO John Jones 7 GO Otto Reynolds. proposed district and it appearing Cos, Hiram 20 Allen Mounee 5 22 The Courier Journal of Louis many of tho offices will be un60 Joel, Kulish 4 37 also that said petitioners are tax- - Clark, Tom ville, as everyone knows is Ken- questioned but at the same time LANGDON MEMORIAL 3 tucky's cteatest newspaper but it must be admitted that there arc piyers legal voters and residents Durham, Hardin 30 John Mobley 4 40 Denham, Neut 60 J P Owens 37 SCHOOL. of the proposed graded common Gentry, E, town lot, Livingston 5 42 with all its power and greatness Democrats who could fill these J is not creater than tho people as same offices just as efficiently if 0 05 II Jim Hall Prof. E. P. Childs, Presideut of school district and it further ap- Hellard, TJ If the the Asheville Collegiate Institute, pearing that the County Superen-tenden- t Henslcy, Ham CO Joe English 4 31 it some times seems to assume. given the opportunity. 24 John MeKinley 6 37 Commercial Club, lately idea is that there are no Demo spent Friday morning at the hes endorsed on said Lamb, Joe Our a move- crats who can fill these offices Dormitory. petition his approval of same and Magec.IID, 2 town lots, Livingston 15 2S organized, have started Marshal, Gabe 60 Dock Jones 2 77 "Just in proportion to its ment for putting a bill through efficiently and meritoriously, then Dr. J. F. Cheek, of Danville, that a majority of the trustees of Mink, John 47 Win Napier 5 52 progressiveness, its prudence, Congress appropriating funds to the President elect has a poor Synodical Superintendent of the each common school district that Rentier, J A 30 Robt. lowel 3 7o build a highway from Cumberland opinion of those who are responsi Presbyterian Church, for Ken- will bo embraced within said pro its enterprise, its libernlitv. DISTRICT No. 8. The ble for his great victory. posed t graded common school Mize, Tom Gap to Crab Orchard. within conservative bounds, is tucky, was a dinner guest on 4 31 70 Will Rener Signal published two editorials district in whole or in .part have Price, John A 100 J E Bullock 4 31 Sunday. tho bank a blessing to the The Danville Advocate says: in its issuo of Jan uth. stating the 40 J M Oliver 5 32 Miss Martha J. lewis, of Bowl- endorsed their approval on said Ray, M K Many of the multifarious office people it serves. 4 31 30 J R Chlldres petition as provided by law and Taylor, Jas facts relative to the Commercial seekers of whom we have some ing Green, Kentucky, arrived tho colitt being ,. This bank constantly ensufficiently advised Club's actions on one of the PRECINCT No. 9. Tuesday noon. Miss Lewis - a deavors to nieet these rereaching in our midst would like to hear teacher of wide experience and ordered that tho sheriff ot this Logsdon, Jane 60 David Elder most important and far 3 32 and county President elect Wilson quote a comes to us highly recommended. county be and is hereby directed Price. WA questions to our town 4 WT Taylor 3 50 quirements. little from the rock ribbed, homeCO J J Brown 8 37 as well as to tho larger portion Sho will have charge of some of to cause a poll to be opened and Todd, Willie spun Democrat, Andrew Jackson an election to be held at the school THE PEOPLES BANK of three states. In one of these PRECINCT No. 10, Brodhead. regarding the spoils they .re ex the Grade work also a part of house of common school dis- articles each of the Louisville Abrnms, C A 50 Lewis Vanhook 7 69 pecting. Tho former occupant of the Roview classes. TJ. G. BAKER, President. 8 Catherine Evans papjrs wore requested to give the White House and "The Miss Lula McCoy has eutered strict No. 14, on the 8th day llal.ard, JM 1911 and 1012 91 Her of Feb. 1913 the same being 40 Bowers, Mrs. snmtners, town lot 6 editorial expression on the propoJ.P.E. DRCMMOND, mitago" stated in substance that school to take Domestic Science, days or more after Mm entry of Tho secretary of our sition. Brodhead 4 23 P.L.THOMI'SON.Jr., Cashier. an office that could both cooking and seWing. Any this order town lots, Brodhead 4 28 for the purpose of Brown, Commercial Club clipped these "If there wa3 other young ladies or matrons deCLAUDE C COX, Ass't! Cash not be hlled by a Democrat- to Evans, John E, 5 town lots, Brodh'd 4 80 articles and with a personal letter siring to take up this work now taking tbo sense of the legal white Tom Francisco town lot in Brodabolish it, as the Whig might enclosed with each were mailed is a good time to do so and I will voters residing within the boun head for years 191o, 1911 Jt 1912 12.01 of the die". Ho was a thorough believer to the manacinc editors be glad to have them begin row. dary of the said proposed graded Hilton, Einley, town lot, Brodhead 2 82 ... Louisville papers. All of them in the doctrine "To the victor common school district whether Preston, Lenard, town lot, Brodh'd 3 00 belongs the spoils." Farmers: Remember the thereshall be levied and collected Proston, D M, town lot, Brodhead 40 Herald, simply ignored except the Institute is to be held an annual tax of not exceeding Payne.Samuel, 14acrson Copper'k 2 12 the whole thing. The Herald did We don't know that he would Farmers' the courteous in a neat Editorial accept it and doubt if he would, next Wednesday and Thursday. 50c. on each $100 of property sub Roberts, Lou 05 Joel Weodall 5 61 3eC$DCC$3C&a Let as many of us tnrn out as ject to state and county taxation PRECINCT No. 11. under the heading of "A Mountain but we would like to see ths inall the benefit owned bv whit persons and not Chaste-enB L 15 Wal Young 4 4 Appeal", for which our people coming Democratic Administra possibly can and get 2 7 from it we can. for its exceeding Si. 25 of poll tax on Parker, Mary C 86 Ike Lcgcer feeling have a kindly tion oiler one of the best places Of course wo can not expect to each male inhabitant of said editor; but as for the Courier in its disposal to that tried and T.J. NICELEY, S. R. 0. Louisville true Democrat and splendid gentle learn everything in one or two proposed Graded Common school Journal and other dailies wo would not lift our hand man, Hon. Urey Woodson of days but we ought to be able to district over 2 years of ago for learn something. the purpose of establishing and to prevent them going to tho Owensbow Cry. Ky Think ot any question you maintaining!!a graded common bowwows. Thisisc't FOR FLETCHER'S Aiizi Dodd, a New Jersey lawyer would like to ask and mark it school therein as provided by the.Conrier Journals first offense The in this line either. Tho Secretary and life insurance man, who aided down lest you forget it for.jhey the common tchool law, . COMPLETE LINE of State Fair last fall by his in forming the Republican party are supposed to answer questions officers'of said election will also Coffins, Caskets and Robes, cause .the legal voters of said proarbitrary and uncalled for action is dead. Let us hope he atoned as well as lecture. H. I would also be glad to hav e posed graded common school disMall, Telograph or in depriving a corn club boy tor bis sin in timol boys who expect to join trict to vote for six persons to be all the Rockcastle of representative orderft Promptly is good to practice what yon the corn club to be present. MT.' VERNON, KY. trustees of same in case said Tax making the trip to the fair left Filled. Remember there is to be a snail be approved. 1 no oth'.-ern mighty bad taste in the mouth preach, but be careful what you Baker Building, Up Stairs. of our people and now this and preach and make your sermons lady lecturer also to talk to the of said election will make return Rooms recently occupied "by Drs. Hatwomen and girls upon household in due form of the result of same field & Harris from Louisville short. oilier slights topics so bring tho whole family. at the earliest day practicable. dailies tends to bring the situation A meeting of much moment Hoping to see you at the FarmL. W. Bethurum, J. R. C. C to the near breaking point. I am, gone ahead and to Mt. Vernon and our county ers' Institute, Our club has Copy Alt. Very truly yours, and sup- will take place at the court house secured the S. F. Bowman, C. R. C. C. J. W. Kincer. port of the Kentucky delegation here on Wednesday night Fob. FRIGHTFUL POLAR WINDS in Congress as well as our Govern- 12th. Dr. Locke, of Barboursville IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF or's aid In our big undertaking. representing the Rockefellor Instiblow with terrific force at the THE UNITED STATES' SanitaVarious States will assist and we tute of medical research. far north and play havoc with Cost tho ho" raiser millions of dollars last yeao and nothing short of vaccination are getting along swimmingly tion will be one of the leading For the Eastern District of the skin, causing red, rough or seemed to offer the slightest promise oac uve. Kentucky. sore chapped hands and lips, that without the Courier Journal, subjects. Dr. Locke who was ap Prevention, however, is the logical solution of tho question. Dr. Hess, (M.D., D.V.S.) need Bucklen's Arnica salve to pointed by the Institute to fight In the matter") Times and the Post's help or has always maintained that by giving Dr. Hess Stock Tonic to tone up and strengthen every heal thorn. It makes tbo skin of f a Bankrupt. organ in the system, to regulate the bowels, liver and kidneys, expel worms ; and also thoroughly assistance. We dont ask tbem the hookworm and kindred diseases Unriveled for solt and smooth. prevalent in Knox and adjoining Luther Mams ) disinfect the premises, sleeping quarter and runs with Dr. Hess Dip nnd Disinfectant, would for anything in the future. We also burns, boils, sores Strnford, Ky., Steroptican views will prevent an outbreak of this disease. ulcers, cuts, bruises and piles. will paddle our own canoe. We counties. 1. 29, 1913 Only 25 cents at Chas. C. Davis. the lectures which from these intersperse don't get our living Read what one of the big hog raisers in the country says :' A meeting of the creditors of the papers. The Boone Way will go will be of vast importance to our " During 1911 our country was visited by one of tho worst hog plagues over known. above named, who has been ad Wo fed Dr. Hess Stock Tonic, and only lost two head out of a hord of two hundred and through to a finish without either people from a health stand point. Sales Sheriff judged Bankrupt, will be held at ten." Alex. Nevius, Modesta, 111. of them ever mentioning the One or two members of the State Hoard of Health are expected to the office of the Referpe Stanford matter but possibly the Courier Also note what bulletin No. 182 of the Kanssas State College says A' large audience Ky., on the 8 day of Feb. 1913 Journal after the work is done be present. I or my deputy will on Monday A. M. at 9 o'clock to elect a. about preventing Hog Cholera "will come up limpiu in the rear" should be on hands to hear these Trustee for the estate of said Februay lo, 1913, (being regular couuthe conditions which favor tho disease and the manner in which its infection When gentlemen and see demonstrations the as usual. takes place, it will be seen that feeding and caring of hog has much to do with tho prevention of the Bankrupt, and for the transaction ty court) at In Mt. front door of tho Vurnon, Ky., offer Cholera. Premises should be cleaned and disinfected regularly. The hogs themselves should be diDDed ot tne workings 01 nook worm. or other business as may come Court houBe every few weeks. Maintaining thoso conditlons'helps to keep np tho vitality of the hoir and in this wav Comp'ly for salo to the highest and beat bidder When the women take oyer the before the meeting. troublss of all kinds are warded off. To aid digestion and circulation and to prevontworms the bulletin At the unnunl meeting of the with bee. 57 cf the Bankrupt act the following tracts of land in Rockreeonimeuds a formula pf Wood charcoal, Sulphur, Salt, Sodium Uicarhonato, Sodium Sulphate Sodium county offices the cuspidors will castle county, Ky., for taxes due tho Hyposulphato and Black Antlm go out of the courthouses. With stock holders of the Mt. Vernon concerning proof of claims, other- countj and State for the year 1912 exFair Association last Saturday, wise your claim can not be allowed, Thlsformula, given In tablespoonfal doses would undoubtedly be bencflcal but would cost the hog raiser about a woman judge on the bench the cept as otherwise specified.' J. N. Saunders. 10c per pound. Now compare this with the formula for Dr. Hess Stock Tonic which is vastly superior and has stood lawyers will have to quit smoking the capital stock' of the Associathe test of 20 years. PRECINCT No. 1, E. Ml.Vernon Refe ;eo in Bankruptcy NUX VOMICA. Digestive nnd Nerve Tonic. SJJVJPfe81!?0 & Getel Tonic. Expels Worms And with women councilmen we tion was increased from "1500 to Tax & No. of SULPHATEOPIRON, Blood Builder Expels Worms. SULPHATE OF SODA, Laxative & acts up6ntheLlver. FOR SALE. Cost Acres Neighbor Nanie may expect ordinances making it $3000 and tins additional stock EPSOM SALTS, Laxative, COMMON SALT, Appetizer. Expels Worms. 11 25 placed" on tue market at 100 W H Pish CHARCOAL. Prevents Noxious Gaseef. Eight terms, containing about Adams, Ed NITRATE OP POTASH, Acts upon tho Kidueys. a misdemeanor to wear a dirty will be 5 53 50 FrayLay Lay. John FENUGREEK, Tonic and Aromatic. shirt or come down town unshaved once and sold. The outlay of 600 acres. Reasonably good build- StokesJW.NR.town lot.Mt Vernon 5 17 money for grounds, building etc., ings. From 3 to 5 ft. of good coal This preparation is compounded by Dr. Hess, (M.D., D.V.S.) and sold to you on a written There is considerable more to PRECINCT no, 2, W. Mt. Vernon stand the fair company at about on each tract. Timber sufficient guarantee and only costs 3c per month for tho average hog. The definition of the ingredients this woman suffrage question beAeher, P R, town lot, Mt Vernon 23 63 are taken from the United States Dispensatory and noted medical authorities. yond what appears on tho surface. $3000 and in order to wipe out to supply all farm needs. This Clifford, S M, town lot, " 4 44 all debts this additional stock land yields well and can all be easFeed your hogs , 120 R V Menifee 4 63 Menifee, A C, The first year ily cultivated, Also one 20-Who is the person who borrowed will be sold. P. Menifeo, R V 5 61 29 II H Helton of us the best garden hoe we bad was a great success and this Russell boiler and enginn and saw Taylor, T G 24 61 60 J N Griffin to prevont disease and expel worms. Sprinklo tho runs and sleeping quarters with a solution of . in a cluster of four? Mt. Olivet year it is intended to make the rig, and band saw outfit. PRECINCT No 3, Roundstono greater success than last All same as new. About one mil" Tribune Democrat. This man fair a 85 Carroll Martin 5 00 Byrd, Green was well fixed with hoes, one each year. Those who desire to be- lion feet of good saw timber on Blazer, Frank 46 II H DUgger 3 95 3 51 lor the old woman and three come interested in this gi eat inter-pris- other land and 75000 it. of board Edwards, II J , 4 Snyder one of the foremost coal tar, creosote disinfectants known. Also dip your hogs with this solution 6 63 59 G S Wren Gadd, W M by purchasing a share cf lnmber. when the weather will permit, and you will.have no loss from disease. shado for the children and the Also my. interest in 10 25 J W Lambert 5 07 , lb Pail editor while thoy were wielding the stock will please, advise the good work mules and 2 yoke of Knuckles, Ad Lambert 7 97 secretary, E. S. Albright, Mt. good work oxen. Will make terms Martin, Johnny 32 Sam Kirby the implements in the 'i 4 93 30 J w pwens, James leaving his Satanic mogesty to Vernon Ky., The shares are $10 easy. 5 68 PuUeus,1 Geo 25 Conway Walker Owens, each. 4 91 3 Jas Taylor Pongo, Ky, Qulsenberry, tun the office. n B 'Bftl irdsell Qi n II I U Ik 24-3- ii M Ai u 2 e SOLD BY o e North No c S L Main Banking Ideals i- Vice.-Pre- s. - 5 y&83C$3di , GRANVILLE OWNES UNDERTAKER 1 ChWdron dem-nitio- n Brodhead O ASTORIA R. It C9NOVER Dentist . Tolo-phon- o s &dk&x&kx: :aD HO3 CHOLERA " THE SCOURGE OF cold-sore- 's Land For Taxes. 36-in- Dr. Hess Stock Tonic Dr. Hess Dip and Disinfectant 20 ' e 1 tl.Co. loo lbs.... JONAS McKENZIE, $6.00 deler MT. VERNON, KY. ," r .- ,-- v r I J 1. J -- ..& MM urn wHitfoiaiM r w MT; VERNON SIGNAL riwimiihjrijHwittifr TfAde at Fish's and ' sa'Vc.' the" ."'... J k3?i'r.'t..... ' .. difference. Mt. Vernon, Ky., Jan. -, The Masons have had seven candidates since first ol the year. 1 Don't forget the splendid entervCnll up "No. 79" whBnT7A M I 0'ou,Yar,,oCortirtiuni tainment to be given on Feb. 14th, ontuwlthaiQNAL et Graded School building. Judge t). P. Bethurum's barn with considerable feed burned Monday night. No insurance. If you want to see a good play, LOUIlVILl.tJtNntHVIl.Lcn R.CO. don't fail to see "A Regular Flirt," at Graded School building, Feb. 14. TIME TABLE. 31, 1913 22 uortn. 24 uortii 28 south 21 South 4.59 ( pm A Southern writer says the first barlo.v knives were made by 3:53 am am Billy Barlow at Richmond this state a hundred years ago. I 11:38 a m ' 12:19 r.mi Began 1 THE FOI R ST HELD BY Jas. Landrum, Agent. Phone No. 8. fCntrtl Elders, briars and other growth along tho six to eight Shrubs and yards have highways have from leaves to the plant. plants about the door , .swelling buds. Ti u t Mcand-clu- tho Mt Vernon, Kjr. Poitofflo a mall matter. PERSONAL Roy Beazley was There will be preaching, by the in Lancaster pastor, at the Presbyterian church .t- - - .l ' next Snnday morning. Sunday evening there will be a union serT. B. Lair is very low with vice at the Presbyterian church, pneumonia. W. C. Pike wab up from Pulaski Everybody welcome. The play, "A Regular Flirt," during the wcelc. Everett M tilling was in Paris a under the auspices of the Willing Workers, promises to be a decided few dflys last week. success and to draw a big crowd W R. Smith was here during on Friday eveniug, Feb. 14th, at the week from Middlesboro. Graded School building. Dr. O. IS. Lawrence took his The regular consecration service Lexington Togo, bonso, to of the Christian Endeavor Society Monday. will be held Sunday evening at Misses Minnie Hfatt and Qrna 6: l o'clock. Owing to tho union Brown wero up from Brodueud evening service, in the PresbyterSaturday. ian church, the Endeavor meeting L. P. Thompson, Sec. Laurel will be in that church. County Fair, was here Saturday Mrs. S. C. Franklin will be on lwstoess, hostess to the Woman's Club on Mrs. Mflllfo Rider is in a Louis Thi art depart ville pftuitofiuw receiving treat- Friday evening. ment will bave charge of the (roubles ment for stomach will bo upon th .Dr. G. B Lawrence has placed program which American Indian in Art and Togo bis fine horse in high schorj Literature. graining quarters at Lexington. W. A. aud 0, C, Cox will open blips Rebecca Watson loft first tb week for Pittsburg, Pa., to next week in the East room of of ppcndfietnc time with her sister. the Cox building a 5 aud 10 cts. Mr. and Wis. Jones Proctor, of store. Mr. W. A. Cox was In Orlando, have been with Mr. aud Louisville this week buying a Mrs. S, B. Ramsey since Sundav. portion of the stock, the ballance of which comes from St Louis Pen Fish back will leavt Jn a few wijl and Cincinnati. day for ghejbyyille, where he enter cehool under Prof Houston. Carp qp Thanks: To the Logan Sowder, tke delivery m in gaQd people of Jjiyingston who has been very ick all week. His 0 wiljingiy Jent a hplping hand brother Emmet is driving his during die sickness and. deah pf wagon. my little girl, I assure vou that " M. Fish was made on each one will always have a warm John Entered Appcintice Monday even- place in my heart. Yours very truly, ing gind Elbert Hansel took the W. N, Uigos. jflellow Cratt. Ei.?.nche Crawford and Misses It is said that a Pinevilie citizen Myrtle Bryant eft Monday for suggested the idea sonic time ago Eicbniond where ck7 will enter of the government construction State JtformaJ School. 0fe highway from Cumberland A. J. Gentry has moved his Gp jLo r?J? Orchard. This is family back to Mt. Vernon and friie but membgrQ ofMt. verngn is occupying one of Judge J. F. Commercial Club were the fiftt to "Griffin's house's on Neweowty Ave,- dppt a systematic plan for ppttirig Bragg Thompson and a bill through Congress on (the Mrslittle daughter, Cora Lee, and Mrs, Subject and ape row apfivejy pus)- Al Holmes, of Grab Orchard, were jpg those plans. guests of Mrs. W. W. Poynter. Under lha leadership of My. Saturday. Edgar Mullins has resigned his Cbss. Evans, General Secretary Kentucky Christian En .position with H. Wedokind & of the on enthusiastic wholosale grocery firm deavor Unfon, Co., t1s Christian endeavor rally was held Jn Louisvilla which he has reprePresbyterian Church Wedsented in the tfitory for some at the Mr. Evans made nesday night. time. and practical a very interesting A..T. Furnish, of tfaxsWt was address along the lines of here a few days this week to se efficiency and we will be hisidaughter, Miss Mary, who is glad to welsojno him here again. Jnfcangdon Memorial school and Also to visit his sister. Mrs. W. Commruuciai. Cum-rWedJ,. Richards and brother, Cashier day night's meeting was one ,of A. 0. Furnish, much interostand profit by the Four new member-wer- e aw family were members. R. A. Sparks enrol'ed: 0. 0, Williams, to Richmond Wednesday catted on account of the serious JtftVtfs Ngtd Parrett, George Owens and of Mr. Sparks' mother. Mrs. Doty, F. f. purham. The progiain as Who underwent an operation som jojd flut at as,t pieetjng wag and literature two or throe months ago and carried out. never recovered sufficiently to ever bearing on the Boono Way fjiicqt-iowas read and discussed. be abte to walk. eutbuglosm was manilPCAh fested over progress being made The man who can snay0 frJffiself having a favorable bearing ou this "quicker than a barber ear do it" great movement. Among the nearly always look many vftluabje. suggestions made 'The scrambling lor post offices was presented by 0, p, Sutton, at different points throughout the- who advocated tho establishment county is becoming rather interest- of a produce house Mt. Vernon. The proposed house to handle all ipR. bead of produce brought to town and the At once o WAVTED handling ij; by good heavy work mules between discontinuance 'of The proucp years old. the raepglionts. the ages of 6 and ro Mt. Ver- house to pay gash, fqr al sfcuff Apply to Albert Ifamlln, handled. It fS proposed to oreate non, Ky. Mt. Vernon Wed- a better market in Word was received here things the farmer ha J to sell, for nesday announcing the death of Program for Wednesday night Phoenix, Edwards at Mrs. H. Feb. ,5th, Arizona, on Saturday Jan. 25th. "The other Fellow", of her death was not Rev. George S. Watson Mrs. Edwards was a stated. Mr. and Mrs. G. S Necessity of being well Posted daughter of C. C. Williams Liiresay Sr,, and a good christian Mmf1f1 To ner nusoano, Bgcu We must assist, our Farmers .parents and other members oi her E. S. Albright in Phoenix On to Cumberland Gap The burial took place Monday. . And Continues for 15 Days selves and all competitors, for value-givin-g Saturday, January 25th , prepared Sale study and WE havebulletin to this publicAnnouncement awith careful thought and deep have fairly in presenting this the outdone ourwe do so with feeling in our hearts that we January is the month when all remaining merchandise must go . The methods we employ are a trifle different than most stores for here this is a sweeping event of the most extraordinary character in which we offer THE LARGEST STOCK OF FINE CLOTHING at prices that are far lower than the prices we paid for some of the goods. Whatever 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 Ever SHOES AND FURNISHING GOODS Offered in this Community A Deliveries Free . By Parcel TO Any Post ' Wonderful Sale of Mens, Boys' & Children's Overcoats and Suits sure am lak advantage of thjs opportunity to clothe yourself and family J during this Great Sale. ,J fc , e Remember :rhis ing ?nerful dear; begins J. FISH United in tn Point "SON ivt.vernon, ky. States bend Express or Post- OillcQ Money Ortlur Amount refundoil if pur- chnso is not entirely satisfactory . Men's and Young MenV $J0 Suits and" Uvercoats in this season i s newest styles most all sizes $398 ntiirvtax j,jan. 9Rth nntl continues for 15 days This Men's and Young Men's High Grade Suits and Overcoats of strictly Materials and Guaranteed to give the best of service, and ' sy vp Q sold at $15,. Sale price , , , A!l-W- ool wl" yr greatest ?2-50 oppor- - tUmercnteorn!5wnBndW VO HOW fqr future needs. Boys' Suits and Overcoats NOW "for $470 b;&ld for $6.50 and $7,00 Sizes up to I 1, - Boys Suits and Overcoats special Value m a lot o Jf q70 at and O ?3-0- 0 Sizes from to 10 years. - 2g for Men's j I " ?!qeced- - Qr uibhed Shirts and Drawers 5,0 - that sell everywhere nt 0, 2 Pair Pant Suits special now at $3.98 $9 98 for Men's '.I .'.. EL "I J and Young Men's OVERCOATS that we sold up to $18 rnmmtrmrm Most small sizes. Has been reduced and wo expect to move the whole bunch during this sale. your needs'and corae early while we have your size in the style you want OUR ENTIRE HAT STOCK Study these prioes, then make a list of En-dsay- $2.98 Men's Fine. $250 Hats cut. to $J98 Stetson Hats $4 values at A Lot of $ 50 and $2 Hats cut to 98c One Lot of Stiff Hats $2 values at 98c 9c $J50 and $1.75 Cloth Hats cut to ?8e. Boys' 25c Caps, in all colors now at ues Yqu Can Save a Lot on Underwear Now WE OFFER HAVE THE UNDERWEAR BUT WE NEED THE CASH, WE SO jcers n Con-sidorab- lb Qa QWvXviS It is impossible to J ?c Men's J.75 Union Suits at $1.29 Boys 50c U.Suitsat38c Ladies' 25c Vests at Ladies' $125 Union Suits at??c Men's $1.00 Underwear 75c a Suit- Girls 35c U.Suits at 19c RAYP WW moving sfcow wrn us and we mean to move them fast. - 1U in. I4NE OF 50c These ftorn,. AND a.vQ 75c VALUES AT 38c. ALL SIZES. insert nil thp items offered clnriqgthiss,'alo, lWl every this Sfttet If you dont ty published give you an idea of the rioh, juicy plums you can pick you might skip tho very item you need. It Makei No Difference How Far You Live Prom this store we pledge you ow word it will pay you well to take a day off arid During f Ms Sale everything wW be sold Sf nctTy for CASH JWwi 1. I. . Myf THE ' attend .JIJ.I .' Bring this paper with you. 11 II illinium " " I (. Remember THE DATE AND LOOK FOR Come every day and The-caus- LOOK AROUND e ' SIGN OF THE, FISH Phone No. '27 JjEADiHO! Monday A. B. 1 Furuisb THE HOME OF GOOD CLOTHES ANYWAY. COME PREPARED FOR THE BIGGEST BARGAINS VOU EVER HAD OFFERED YOU. I it' v -.- " VJf "V. L ri w J . wjp- - i AT -- tirtT "- -.. Motaseworlk Uraadgery brashes, Homework muwJS , 2 dusts and ecrubf,or She U drudgery (or tho weak woman. is on her feet nil day unending to tho many details ol the household, her book aching, her temples throbbing, nerves quivering under the stress o pain, possibly dizzy feelings. Sometimes rest in bed is not refreshing, bscjuso the poor tired nerves do not permit of refreshing sleep. The real need of weak, nervous women is satisfied by Dr. Pierce's Favorito Prescription, and as Mm. Brlgg9 and others testify : Sick Women Well. It Makes Weak Women Strong and women's weaknesses, "Prescription" removes tho cauio ot Tills ulceration. Ittrananillzes tho nerves, heals Inflammation andand Induces restful sleep. encourages the appetite Dr. Pierce is perfectly willing to let every ono know what his " Favorito Prescription " contains, a complete list of In- ' . WW? MitaBniaas. gredients on the bottlcwrnppcr, Do not let any druggist persuade you that his unknown composition is "just as good in order that he may make n bigger profit. Jf its. IlnAziTJ. llmaas, of 53-- lJ.Vxw!nBton St.Dclnhos, Ohio, writes): " lliivln?, taken Vour 1'ayorlto Prescription, for a bad raso of intcstlnul Uisciiso and constipation with woman's UK for which I was almost unablo to do anything, I think I nni safo In saying that thcio aro no remedies and In the world llko Dr. I'icrco's Ttavorlto Proscription Purifying Lotion Tablet'.' I am now onjoylmr tho best ot and thank Dr. Plerco for his wonderful medicines health, vhlch havo dono mo a world of good." .(.1rtn l!uai nnA rintvi'li m....-- ntl r ii ...... icttum- J ; Lr. . i rercc iicuauui .... flit " Wi Wi ttWVWw'V" 1 UHD BTAKSF3 Our lino of. Couch Caskets is unexcelled Hand-mad- e i CoiTmsfurnislied. Hit Via T0llJ7?2HV7lv All &UW&&gi Phone 94-S FSHCf Ilearso sent to all )arts of 2i$J the County orders by Wire Promptly Filled JIT. VERNON, KY "!' lll l'lT '" if U SflJ'l I - 1 S2S' lll'lj'll'lll !' IIJI m B Yesterday To-morro- w Tc-da- y 'i 'V V r. oulylja vision, YESTERDAY is but a dream, well lied makes overy yesterday a druam of happiness andovery a vision uf hope. Therefore- bring your nccount to not yesterday nor but TO-DA- to-da- to-da- y Tllti BANTK OF MT. VERNON Then our hope is that all your moneys will brinjr you happiness, and prosperity, and all your recollections of yesterday will briiif; you great satisfaction and all your dealings and relations with this Batik will bring you great prosperity. THE BANK OF C. C. : RflT. WILIJJIS, President. KENTUCKY VERNON Cashier' w W. I,. RICHARDS, a i. J. P. iS&SN-Benfcls- t WITHERS Mrs. E. Mullins was visiting her daughter, Mrs. Tom Anderson. Win. Simpson, of Boron, vviis through here last week call ing on tho merchants Miss Lillio Mullius spimt Saturday and Sun-eawith her cousins, Misses Sallie and Ada Mullins. 0. E. Mullins will move to the farm known as Sheriff Wm. Mullin's farm in the near future. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Barnett visited Mrs. Barnett's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mose Mullins, of Cruiso, Satur day and Sunday. -- Little Misses Minnie and OlaDurham, of Ciuise, aro visiting their grand parents, Mr. and Mrs; Thomas Daugherty this week. Mrs. Geo. Allen was called to Robiuett on acoount of the illness of their little grandson. Bod Allen. Stove Drew is erecting him a new house Last year he was talking of leaving, but do cided to build and stay in old KenSpencer tucky a while longer. Mullins has traded farms with the widow Howard and has moved hack to where he owned some y Kayr- iM Over U. G. Baker's Storo. t Crown and Bridge Work a specialty. All work guaranteed. W. T. FRANCIS, .ebb ' Dentis Mt Vernon, Ky Homo and office In tho Into rcsidenco . Myers formerly occupied on .Old MatnSt.,;Mt. Vernon.JB C.C. Williams, JATTORNEY-AT-LA- MT. VERNON. KY. 56TOFFICE. On 2cd. floor o The Bank ot'Mt. Vernon, on Churc street. Special attention to collections.! Phone No. 80. given J. C. MoCLARY UNDERTAKER years ago. Oallie Baker remains Miss Amanda about the same. Martinis visiting her cousin, Miss Lula Philpot, of Livingston, this week. WILD MIDNIGHT RIDE. Th warn people of a fear I ul for est fire in the (Jalskllls a joung girl rode horseback at midnight Her deed and saved many lives. was glorious but hveo are often saved by Dr. King's New Dis covery in curing lung trouble, coughs and colds, which mighl have ended in consumption or pneumonia. "It cured me of tf dreadful cough and lung disease " Well- writes W. R. Patterson incton. Tex , "after four in our family had died with consumption and I gniued 87 pounds." Nolh ing so sure and safe for all throat and lung troubles. Price 50 and $1.00. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by Chas. C. Davis. A and EMBALMER GIRLS Stanford, Ky. Y , fl " - mjm-- JUIIUiOlllull t llnrnnn s3 of and This is going to be one of Mt. Vernon's and Rockcastle's most progressive y63. The people are getting t)gether. Cooperation and progress move hand in hand. Medicines that aid n&tuto are always most effectual. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy acts on this plan. It allays tho cough, relieves the lungs, opens the secretions and aids nature Id re storing the yejyteru to a hea'thy condition. Thousands have test! excellence. fied to its superior Sold by 'Chas. 'C. Davis. X moiis and Monuments of all Granite Estimates furnished inds. on application. GO. OWENS Pone 112 Manufacturers Piorr, The Queen sent him, not the Btodhead, Ky., HOPEWELL number of her fleet, not the Editor Mt. Vernon Signal: In a hpirit of kindness I ask number of her nrmi s, tot the DO. VERNON you to give mo space in your col-- . account of her boundless Mr. and Mrs. John McKinne nor tho details of Iter ot Hansford, visited the umns to make au announcement PRACTICAL pertaining to a religious debate inoxhaustable wealth, but ttking Win. , Mr. and Mrs. UNDERTAKERS;!. that we anticipate having at thej a beautiful bound cpy of the Sowder Saturday and Sundav. FUNERAL DIRECTORS, Bible, she said. "Tell the Prince Rev. C K, CnrmicaJ, ol tins placi Baptist church iu tbo town of .AND Brodhead boglnumg at ten o"clock that this is the secret of Eng- filled his regular appointment m ZL EMHALJIEKS land's crestaess and England's Flat Lick Saturday and Sunday. a. in. on the 28th dav of January zz. iflHrMl" ' iliirr Miss Li7Zla Pitman of this Mt. Vernon, Ky, between Fid. H. H, Wallace, a glory." Then the individuals who em- place is attending school at Mt. Baptist minister, of Duquoin, 111., SViETALIC and'M. G- - Roberts, of Ketnn. of brace and follow the teachings Vernon. 2 Clara Cnrtnical spent fcundaj the same state who represents the of the Bible aro the happiest denomination who call themselves people on the face of the earth. with Mrs. John Itenner. Mr. and HE Licened Embalmer will have charge of that lino 01 If the Bible was destroyed the Mrs. Steve Carpenter visited work for tho company. the Church of Christ. Eg 3 ,w Both of these gentlemen aro pro- happiness of the world would be parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas E Orders by wiro promptly filled. Hearse sent to all points fessional dobators. I know tha. destroyed. All that is done, there-lore- , .Carmical Saturday and Sunday. to weaken forth in the Bible, Mrs. Lucy Adams' of this place some will no good can Manager B or in any part of it, is done at spent Saturday and Sunday witt come from religious discussions Oflieo Mt. Vernon Monumental Building PHONE 112 but I cannot see why ithhould hot the expense of human happiness. ,her mother. Mrs. JJettie Ann result iu good to nil unbiased The tendency of the teachings, Kirby at Hansford. Mr and Mr?. :iiiiiiaiimuiii?iiumiU!iiiiimmiumiiiiiiiuuiMiiiitiiaai minds for we have no book that ol the iulidels of tho past, and the Shepherd, of near Cove, spent the great masses of the people higher critics of the present, is Sunday with their son, Rayme. kno.v so little about as the Bible to rob the world of all that is Well it seems that Spring is almost The here, the sun sh'ues so bright it and yet it is the book ol ail books, dar to the human race. Yes the world's great luminary. uoblest heroes, and heoines that makes farmers think that com What the sun is to the solar ever graced our world have been planting time is here. Mr. and system, the Bible in to the moral inspired by an implicit faith in Mrs. fames Niceley visited the Happy the girl, or woman, who has never suffered from the Bible. Out of the bible have formers parents, Mr. and Mrs any of the diseases of womanhood! Or, if she has been a world. Sunday. Mrs Blot the sun from existence, and come all pure moralities. It has Wm. Niceley sufferer, happy is she if she lias learned of the wonderful been the motive power of re- Mollie Kirby is suiTnring with n the natural benefits of Cardui, the woman's tonic! world would bo to severe case ot mumps. Cardui is a gentle, tonic remedy, for women's ailments. shrouded in midnight darkness. generation and reformation Blot out the bible and the millions. It has comforted the It !s a natural medicine safe, harmless, purely vegetable. HOWS THIS. It has been in successful use for more than 50 years. It blackness of moral night would sorrowing, consoled the mourning We Dollar One has cured thousands. It should do the same for you. settle down upon the earth. The sustained the sufforing, and given Rewardoffer any Hundred Catarrh for cise of past would be dark, the prosent trust and triumph to the dying. that cannot bo cured by Hall's Then lot us cling to the Bible Catarrh Cure. would bo darker still. Not a rav F. J. CitBNnr & Co., of light would penetrate the and oil people are invited to come and give an impartial hearing to Toledo, O. iathomless gloom. We, the undersigned, have Wherover the Bible has been this discussion of the Bible. Let received and obeyed, the most all come without prejudice and known F. J. Cheney for the last Mrs. Mary Neely, of Denver, Tenn., says, "I think 15 years, and believo him perfectly beneficial effects have been the listen to men who claim to be honorable in all business transthere is no tonic on earth, as good as Cardui. I used It result. Wherever it has not been students of this wonderful book. actions and financially able to with the very best results. I had backache and nearly received, the most balefal influences So we cordially invite all who are carry out any obligations made everything a woman could suffer with, until I took Cardui. have been manifested. We have honestly seeking a better under- by his' firm. Now, I feel better than I have for two years. I shall NATIONAL BANK OF COMtho fearful, exam pie of a natiou standing of the truth in God's always recommend Cardui to other suffering women. I MERCE. Toledo, O. that trampled the word of God word to como and attend this Hull's Catarrh Cure is taken can't praise it too highly. As a medicine for weak, tired, under her feet. France discarded" debate and if we will thus act the internally, acting directiy upon the worn-o- ut women, Cardui is safe and reliable. Try it, today. tho Bible, and took reason as her writer feels assured that good may blood and mucous surlacesof the guide. What was the result? and wjll como out of this discussion. system. Testimonies sent free. tor Special lAstructlons, and book. "Home Treatment lor Women," sent free. J Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold Respt. submitted. All the loul passions of dopraved " by all druggists A. J. PlKH. humanity, like so many tigers Take Hall's Family pills for were let loose. The streetj'ot her constipation. $100 PER PLATE. cities were slopping with the was paid to .1 banquot to Henry blood of the slain. Her coast, LEVEL GREEN. without a light house represented Clay in New Orleans in 1842. Mighty costly for those with her moral condition. (Delayed letter.) And that stomach trouble or indigestion. single experiment is enough for Today people overy whero use Dr There were services at Friendten thousand worlds through all King's New Life Pills lor these ship last Sunday conducted by the uges. trouoics as wen as liver, Icidnev Rev. John Soward. F. E. Gentry Easy, safe and C. E. Price will leave SaturThe nations that have embraced and bowel disorders. sute. Only 25 cents at Chas. day for Lexington to enter Wilbur-Smite the Bible have been wiser, 0. Davis'. business college. We better, and happier. That ivasaj eautiful answer which Claude Why is a kiss liko the trust these young men may be ieen prosperous as they have both Victoria gave to the African Prihce three graces? who sent' an embassage, witli F. L. I don't know? Why? proved successful teachers in this costly presents, and asked her to j Claude It's faith to a girl, hope county. N. J. Tipton, of near Brodhead tell him the secret of England's to a young woman, and charity was in this part of the country greatness and Erjglaniis glory. to an old maid. buying hogs the first of the week. J. F. Bloomer is now closing out his stock of goods at cost and will leave about the 15th. bl Feb., for Kansas from whence Send for Entry Tilanks Millkk & Bv.a7.lta', Mt . Vernon, Ky became about one year ngo. W. F. Cress and family contemasaooaeotOJDaacaasa0aiieaas)cst)sesa-- a u u oo u a a it 9 t o o going plates west with Mr. :.::; t ' Bloomer. Miss Kate Price :s visitiun hor brother Dr. G. C. Price, at Judson, Ind., her brother GO.. We Make Your Dollars Have More Cents MllU POI.u a Vic went as far as Louisville with Ot.fr-. her. Born to the wife of Henry tfl... . Bloomer on the 16 a baby girl. 0)0. Ora M. Browh spout last week VG9 Do... 9 with Mrs. G. B. Lawrence. F. E K0. -e Gentry, of Quail, spent Sunday MT. VERNON, KY. a with his sister, Miss Georgia Oo. here- .- Miss Relma Brown who OO.. tis... ...ee is attending school at Mt Vernon Ha... a is at home for a few days on ac- t)0" 00 . a" Mrs. count of a very G. E. Price and little son, Clyde, O0.... Wo cany n full line of fino drugs, toilet a Duke's Mixture Umbrella This is spent Saturday night with her uo.. articles anil stationery. If you doubt our a 00... OOlM sister, Mrs. C. T. Riddlo, at Wa- s word come in and see for yourself. Whether you smoke Duke's Mixture in pipe or cigarSO u e . o... lnut Grove. ette, it is delightfully satisfying. Everywhere it is the Our customers' wants looked after with . . .... . choice of men who want real, natural tobacco. Miss Flonnie Todd was the SO. eoa r4 pleasure. If wo haven't what you want, guest of Miss Lizzie Hurst Satut-da- OOe... GO... 0 kindly let us know and we will do our t oy-fcZZryMrs. Frank S- Otft and Sunday. best to get it for you . at Catron, of Mt. Vernon, who has Ob... BO.. been very sick at the home of her I) ' a lather, Mr. John Riddle, is now rapidly improving and we hope no.. -So-a LEADING DRUQGIST will soon be out again. Edd Oo. Phone No. 80 oe Brown was in the Bee Lick ss- . . i one and a half ounces of neighborhood last Wednesday on In each 5c sack there are f)6a. choice Virginia and North Carolina tobacco pure, mild, business. We understand that ao aaaaBaaaaac'a3eBac.qiBcaaaaaaaaaBaaaa rich best sort of granulated tobacco. Enough to make Wade H. Mullins, now of Plato, kind that makes the many good, satisfying cigarettes will soon be a resident of our town rolling popular. And with each sack you get a present HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID again. We gladly welcome him coupon and a book of cigarette papers free. , FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES back. Dr. G. B. Lawrence was Wool on Commltslon. Writ lor price Get an Umbrella Free f'VsMTjmjmm aammndaskj mentioning inn ad. in Mount Veruon last Wednesday. The coupons can be exchanged for all sorts of rateEstablished 1837 W. J. DoBoid has returned JOHN WHITE able presents. The list includes not only smokers' articles CO. but many desirable presents for women and children-umbre- llas, from Lexington where ho lies cameras, wmmmimmmssminrmmmiBBL been to see his cousin, J. 13. Cumtoilet articles, tennis mins who was sent "there t o the mmmmmmmmmmaMmmmmmmmmmmaammmKmmtmKimmm rackets, catcher! ' gloves and masks, etc. asylum some four or live months UN SJffiHR'WPPflHI I Mr. Cummins During December ago. He reports ROLIC and January only we doing very nicely and will likely be tolll send our Illustrated H ESTIVITI h IjHBMfiflHHB catalogue of presents at home soon. Oia M. Brown was FREE to any address. Ask very sick a few days this week, but for it on a postal, today. is better now. J. L. Hasty and CouKmt from Dukti Mtxturl mar MM it at tor ltd uilh lajtM from HORSE J, F. Bloomer wort i Mt. Vernon WA SHOE, J.T..TINSIJEY'3 NATU. 28"-Februa- ry RAL LEAF. CHANCER TWIST, W one day this week on business (10c- coupons from FOUR ROSES fit Im doubtt toKtm;. PICK PLUG M .. TAg LOW ROUND TRIP FARES CUT, PIEDMONT CIGARETTES, of CUX CIGARETTES, ond PtJur iX Constipation is the Tickets on Sale January 28, 29, 30, 31, February 1, 2, 3; tags or coupons usual iy us, fA many ailments and disorders that j Premium Dept Return Limit to reach original starting point not later than February Take mUerablo. Hie make 14, with extension of limit to March 3, 1913, on payment of $1.00. Stomach aud liver Chamberlains PRIVILEQES. FOLL Tablets, keep your bowels regular " riniiinii in For detallf cell on any Ticket Accnt, Queen & Crescent Route, or apply to you will avoia these diseases ind M. C.KINU, I'auenjer and 'ticket Agent, 101 B. Alain Street, Lexington, Ky. For sale by Chas. 0. Davis. M&&mx$&wAl msr-chandis- e, 1 ,1L. DjBHBT latter.-parent- 3 -- g g tyy CASKETS COUCH Coffins and Robes. 3 s 2 2 say-th- GEORGE OWENS, , g !appy! Woman'sToriic 56" EHK3I NOTICE MILLER & BEAZLEY will hold the m-d- h ro j p I At the Mt Vernon Fair Grounds ARCH 6 & 7, 1913 ................................. tt::tt::::::st':i:t:::t:ts 1 ao. ::j: !!:.; - aov.. LEADING DRUGGBST MT. VERNON, KY. sratisraftKro a sore-hand- $ 8... ).. o. w Our Motto: Quality Not Quantity a 1 ti K ..... O- .a y ISiM. WtfuHLt 'MSB Sim K ............................. ........ !. ............................. ..... 'e aiiecgi(ti,)iai(oatteooeai(iettit()Mtii AND HIDES 1111 FURS I 'IJ.0 iml CHAS C DAVIS i H3Hiu viaiTii January viras n NEW ORLEANS and MOBILE 3 1 riB Wt STOP-OVE- R M8M8A2SiEUU& in mi itm M a. -- .