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NUMBER 22 v LANGDON MEMORIAL tures each day on farming and fruit raising, and Prof. McKee SCHOOL. s Mrs. L. M. Brown, of lectured on the care of stock and MissWanzer has returned to visiting her parents, Mr. stock raising. From seventy-fivand Mrs. J.G. Frith. Mrs. I. W. to one hundred farmers wore daily her work after an absence ocMink is over from Richmond in attendance, and great interest casioned by the illness of her spending a few days with her par- was manifested- .- Mrs. J. R. Cass mother. Miss McCord and Miss Robertents. Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Robins. visited relatives in Junction City MUs Lizzie Gentry was down and Stanford las-- t week. - The son spent Friday afternoon in from Mt. Vernon and spent a fewjfiro insurance company that car Livingston where they had a Mrs. days with her cousin, Miss Sue ried the loss of B C. Anderson & kindergarten circle. Miss Oma Son, made settlement with them of the private school was Cable Inst week. Brown lias returned home after the first of the wee, paying them one of the many to give hearty spending a few days with her $4,00.00, tull amount of insur- - welcome to the kindergarten and relatives at Quuil and Walnut ' nce. Mrs. John Robins and lit- - it is planned to conduct this Grove. Dave Roberts was here tie daughter Mildred, are with circle each Friday. . While the weekly circles are not as satis from Latoniaand spent a few days relatives in Pinevllle this week witli home folks the first part of George S. Durham was with his factory as the daily ones still thfc week. Miss Tempest Wajd mother Sunday. Wallace J. Hag- the children look forward to them was in Mt. Vernon, Friday. -- Fred gard, who has been working at with much pleasure and interest Sowdor was in Juuction City, the Commercial National Bank, and it is truly surprising how Miss Covington, Ky., was at home much real benefit is derived from Saturday and Sunday. Buona Ward was down from from Saturday until Tuesday. them. Throughout the winter tho London and spent a tew days with Wuundorstand that he will soon kindergarten, carried on at school house, has shown reher cousin. Miss Ada Ward. Wallace- is a get a promotion. John Evans, .traveling salesman deserv ng young man, and his markable interest and attendance lor Colgate & Co., of Hew York, many friends will be glad to know in spite of cold weather, somewith headquarters at Lexington, that ho is mastering his duties in times as many as twentv of kinwas at home the first of the woek. nway that will lead to bettor em- dergarten age being present. Miss McCord received a lette: The Rgv R. B. Baker filled his ployment Mrs. Mollic Durham regular appointment at the Christ- is with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dur- this week from Mis Blanche ian Church, Saturday and Sunday. ham this week .Walter Robins Crawford, of the class of 191 1 Mrs.' Allon Hiatt and daughter, and Honry Anderson wo.ro in who is in the Eastern Normal Miss Oma Brown, wero in Mt. the white rock city last Sunday. at Richmond. She said she would A Vernon shopping Monday. We understand that Supt. be able to take her state certificate small boy of W. G. Ballard's, In J. W. Kincor is a candidate for in July, Dr. Crabbe having acattempting to "mount a loaded but owing to his being cepted all her credtts horn this Friday, fell and the so very busy he will not probably school. She speaks in glowing wagon last wagon passed over one arn, break- announce in these columns for a terms of her work. Molly Owens, Rae Hunt and ing it in two places. He was at- few weeks. It has been rumored tended by Dr. W. E. Gravely. in order for him to be eligi- Elizabeth Gentry spent Saturday that Dr. E. J. Brown, of Stanford, ble for it would be and Sunday at their homes. Washington's birthday was was hore last Friday to see Mrs. necessary for htm to take the state J. W. Proctor, in consultation examination, but a recent opinion celebrated by appropriate chapel in which the upper with Dr. Carter. Mrs. Proctor has been handed down making exorcise The him eligible without examination. classes and kindergarten, were is better at this writing. Knobs Essential Oil Co., of LouisG. H. Frith bought from Ewards represented The most recent February ville, are installing their machin- Bros , a boiler, engine and com-week. iXhoy have pleto saw rig the first of the wexk, birthday was that of Jenuic ery hero this already unloaded two car loads of He will attach his band saw-tit, Morrow Miller Which was cele machinery, and it will take prob-abj- y and will soon be ready to manu- brated at her table with a. caue and candles. two weeks to get their plant facture dimension material. Louis-villo.'ie . Red-bud - m . ffliafe , rf- - After having more .than a week of Spring like weather it seems that Winter has returned again. Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Isaacs spent last Sunday with Dr. and Mrs. Bradford Warren at Bee Lick. Mrs. Sahie Gentry, of Quail is visiting her brother, A. C. Sowder hero. Attorney R. Li Brown and brother, Tom, of Somerset, spent Sunday with their mother, Mrs. J. N. Brown. Mrs T. J. DeBoid has been very sick for a lew days but is better at this time. Mrs. Wi E. Beatty, of Corbin, spent last week with her mother, Mrs. R. B. Hatcher. Miss Maude Thompson is with her cousin, Mrs. C T. Riddle, at Walnut Grove for a few days. Miss Lizzie Hurst spent a part of last week with her aunt, Mrs. MaryE. DeBord. D. R Genty of Quail, was in this part last Sunday. C. B Mullins, of Mullins Station, was here Friday. Mr. W. H. Brown spent Thursday night with his daughter, Mrs. Eugene McWilliams. Mr9. Chas. Cheek and children, of Mt, Vernon are visiting her lather, ,i Mr. James Head. Eugene Laws who has been in Okla , and Indiana for five years is here for," a few days visit. H. P. Broyles made a business trip to Knox county last -- THE LAST CALL OF TH E w t, BIG CLEARANCE SALE awawH&ss PRICES GOOD FOR TWO MORE Wo ' WEEKS Absolutely tho biggest cuts in prices on Shoes, Clothing and Hats ever offered. Wo have cut and literally slashed prices to pieces. Never Before Have Such are determined that these Low Prices "Been Offered goods that we are offering will make us more popular than ever with our customers. Buy to day. Don't wait till too late. SAVE 30 to $950 $875 $750 $600 $5:00 50 per cent I About 200 MEN'S SUITS at price. about one-ha- lf Sale price $J8 Suits, Sale price $16 Suits, Sale price $J5 Suits, Sale price $J2 Suits, Sale price $10 Suits, Sale price $ 9 Suits, Some Job Lot Suits Dry Goods Best Standard Calico Best Dress Ginghams All $1 Dress Goods u All 75c 4c yd 8c yd 75c yd 50c yd 38c yd 19c yd 25c yd week. ' ' The nine months' old baby of i Ur- -, jn working projer. Largo crowds fitjndlfi the Farmers' Institute DR; KING'S NEW DISCOVERY which wus held at tho Graded Smoothes irritated throat and School building Wednesday and Thursday, Prof. Clayton of Massachusetts, and Prof. Morse, of Ohio, delivered interesting lee- - lungs, stops chronic and backing cough, relieves tickling throat, tastes nice. Take no other; qnce Buy it at used, always used. Chas. C. Davis'. Rob t. Todd who hasybeen so very low with whooping cough and bronchial trouble ijs slowly im proving atid there ishopo of its recovery. Giles Shell and Grover Hatcher were down ou Uockcastle river last week hog.,buying but hogs have gotten so high The boys cannot reach tbera. Dan Miller and son have-jusfinished moving their heading mill to Jonas Pit mans where they have b,ought timbor. WAtfTprj: EJdgar Miilliws, 4f jMu Vernon Fifty fro) nice pountry hams. Will pay ? cts. was hare last 'week. Henry per pound cash delivered at my Todd and sister, Miss Flouni e visited relatives at Woodstock ""a store Mt. Vernon, Ky. W. A. McKenzir, part of last weak. Bstel Price near depot. and Dr. Isaacs were in. M t. Ver- t $4.50 $2.75 1- -4 All 50c All 25c 11 li at 4 L-4- 20 Overcoats th SILKS as low as SHIRTS, NECKWEAR and all kinds of Furnishings price J-- 4th price cut HATS HATS HATS Hats to close at 50 cents, 75c, 90 cts. and $lt to the bone. Trade with us make your dollars do double duty. B-U-S-f PRICES ON GROCERIES JfeOLUTEfiY i SUGAR 5 cents GRANULATED BEST Meat Lard Coffee and Flour fAJ a 1 pound very low prices S!!S". t feaaadaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaeaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaauaaaaaaaaeaaaaaaeaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaae9aaa3aaaa H t ! t ! I I I I I t i I I ' ! ! t t ? t t ( ! li l I M I i I I I J I i ! ? I I ! i ' t I I t I t I f ' ! " i J! t I ! ! ! I I ! ! .' t ! ! ! ! ! !!????? a 1 1 1 American Fence FURNITURE 3 Car Loads ! I S 1 ( ' vpvvwvvvvwvww aaaaaaoaeaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaacaa aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa ::::::: laiiilittlllllllftlllllltllltll aaaaaaaaaaaaaeaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa aaaaaaaaaaasaaaaaaaaoaaeaa i t s ' t ANNOUNCEMENT VVVVVWVVWVWVVVVVwwvvvwvwvvv vvwwwvvv !. vwvvwwvWWVWVWVVVVVVVVVWVV r AE wish to announce that we have jftrt of our (I J -- a a a a Hardware e Stone-War- 1 tia s Hardware Car Load 2 Car FURNITURE: Am. Fence Loads Stone-War- e !i L" 1 1 Hardware Kind of :::::::: :.:.: ; The Right Kind of Goods at the Right Prices Good SHOES for LESS Money r Spring Clothing ' UQ? MW Hurst who has botn very .!ck but is reported better at t lis time. Mortie Cummins and wife visited his father Rev. Cummins, Sunday. Miss Susie Denuey !ias been visiting her cousins, Miss Flonnie and Agnes Denney near Clarence, Ky. Mr. Tom Bro.vn and family visited his sou, Wal-e- r Bill Pote-.t- 's Brown, Sunday. cbildron are very sick with now ready for inspection Never before have we had such an . array of beautiful patterns in all colors and styles, including lots of handsome Norfolks in Tans, Grays and Blue Serges. You will se hgg one of the biggest and besf lines of 5Ten and Boys Gbt&Pg ever tewn in fe Vement InsfsJ qh HIRE'S THB GUARANTEE, getting ; you'll be safe. Jlwm. We Pay BiuuiB iflW ci-- j $$&&HsMk ''?i" BB - Parcel Post Ma P35 ''vT juiiiLLX'JimwiV-Hmmmmri-mt 5FE's's'" un eT?r-'"s- Nrs iw jiniiLiLj; hdiiii aaaaaaBB LOW PRICES Oft Sutton HIGH-CLAS- Walk-Qv- er and Beacon Low c& S CLQTH1NG, SHOES AND DRY GOODS i McBee Cut for, Spring WALNUT GROVE. non one day last week on business. Sbermon Thompson is on the sick list this week. Mts. Ellen Thore is a great doal of farmBaker spent Sunday with Mrs. ing going ou in this part. ilev G. B. wjrence. Hobert Brown D. R. Gentry fillod his regular is verv sick ' with mumps appointment at Providence SatBrinkloy Lathlm left last Sunday urday and Sunday. Those who for 111. attended church from this place were Arthur Cummins, Ernost DEAFNESS CANNOT BE Burton and Estncr Cummins. CURED, Mr. Roy Cummins visited his by local applications as tliey can- cousin Lewis Brawn Sunday. not reach the diseased portion Mrs. Grant. Thompson and of the ear. There is only one way children, o.C the Wabd section, to cure deafness, and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness visite.d her mother last week. is caused by an inflamed condition The little daughter of Mr. and 1 of the mucous lining of the Mrs. Charlie Thompson is very Eustachian Tube. Wle this I tube is inflamed you have a side at this writing. Thompson and son J. L. rumbling soun,d or imperfect bear Maurice made a business trip ing, when t is entirely closed Deafness is theresuU, and unless over in Pulaski Saturday. Aunt the. in.ftamruaUon can he taken Liza Burton who is suffering with out au,d this tube restored to its a cancer is not expected to live u.orma) con,ditio.Ui hearing will be destroyed, forever nine; cases out very long. Mr. H. N. Dennoy and family visited his brother, Win. Of ten caused Uy. Ctttarrb, on. ajl is nuthing but an inflamed which Donuey, of Clarence, Ky., Sunday. condition of the mucous surfaces. Mrs. T' B. Cummins and Orders, We will give One Hundred children vliited Mrs. Jothan Dollars for any case of Deafness Brown Tuesday. Joe Brown and (caused by Catarrh) that cannot be family visited Mr. J. B. Cnmrains cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure Sunday. Send for circulars, free. Joe Riddle who is nttecdinc J. P. Chenby & Co., at Berea visited homeiolks T0W0, vgi Saturday and Sunday. Sold bv all Druggists, 75c. MissOma Take Hall's Family Pills Mr Brown, of Brodhcad, visited her constipation. sister Mrs. Bon Riddle lrom Thursday until Suii(Ia.y. Dr. FOR FLETCHER'S was called to seo the little Isaacs daughter, oj Mr au,d Mrs. James ajajaajaj mumps. OLD AGE Old age ps it comes in the orderly process of nature is a beatuiful and majectic thing. It stands for experience, knowledge, wisdom, counsel. That is old lge as it should be, but old age as it often :s means poor digesti?n, torpid bowels, a sluggish liver und a general feeling of ill health, and misery. This in almost every instanco is wh ally unnecessary. One of Channer-lain'- a Tablets taken inimediaody after supper will improve the digestion, tone up the liver md regulato the bowels. That feel ing of despondency will give way to one ot hope and good chtter. For sale by All Dealers. ad POUND! FOUND, tho place to buy Spectacles and Eyeglasses for $1.50'and up. fiold, SlUor and Aluminum Frames, st selection Jn town. Eyes teteJ. Free. Yeais.of experienco. '.ar-l?o- 0.,-Jcho- ol Ch.ldron Cry CASTORIA J. O. MOORE JEWKI.HR ANq.jaRyifilAN. , v 9ftX BtCQS. JLTOKX. .f kl-- ,- OMSSun -- '.v i ; w wr v-- it... lfrtsz9 Pv & ill cliff, climbing on the routes used the following inscription, HOPEWELL bronzed letters, placed thereon: for highways in passing from one "Erected by the citizens of locality to another. Friday, Feb. 28, 1913 Mrs. Mnry Arnold and littlf Rockcastle County in Commemo(The above article is fully son, Virgil, are on the sick iist.- ration of the fnvorablo stand taken bv the Mt. Vernon Com V"V Published every Friday by Miss in the cause of Boone Way by mercial Club and its secretary is FIND QMBGB JREUEF place, Bertha Carmical of t 1ms returned home nftei EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. Col. Bennett H. Young, Capt. directed to furnish a copy to every By tho use of SWANSON'S spending two weeks with hoi K. Leathers, Mr. W. P. Wal business and professional man in John grandmother, Mrs. J. C. Carmi $I.OO ton and Dr. Harry Weber, the. South Kastern Kentucky ) "5-DR0- PS" UBSCRIPTION ONB YEAR cal, nt Mt. Vernon There was four cood and true men of the I rrr Sundays Courier Journal had Tho preaching at Mt. Pisgah, Satur made known on city of Louisville, who would, if Groat Remedy Advertising rates they could, have saved the city a full page article with illustrations Rhaumatlsm, lumbago. day and Sunday, conducted bj application Mrs. Sallio Sowdei from the dose ved wrath of thn in reference to Boone Trail and vciattca, bout, neuralgia, Rev. Clouse mistreated, wronged and angered tlie '0,d Wilderness Road '. by LaCrippe, KidneyTrouhlo and two little duughters, Mar MItMBKR OF It l a preparation for both Internal nntl .' and Ester, have la grippo Mountaineers of South Eastern mat Druiiani writer, Anna uiand, 8lve quick relict to tho sutterer. KENTUCKY PRHSS ASSOCIATION Atplltd externally, It stops all schci and palm. depicting the part played by that Kinloy and son, Everitt. of Kentucky". Taken liltornally. It dlisolvca poisonous illustrious hero, Daniol Boone in substanco and assists nature: In tho restoring tho Anchorage, Kentucky, are visiting Five dollars paid in postage, on system to n healthy condition. Sold by Drugalsti. One Dollar per bottle, or tent these 250 letters, four dollars the opening to civilization the ceiptof prlcoil not obtainable prepaid npon ro friends and relatives at; this place. In your locality. Rev. 0. K Carmical tilled his and ninety cents thrown away wilderness West of the Cumber5WANJ0H RHEUMATIC CUM COM'ANY 113 Uxs strati, land Mountains. The daughters Chlean regular appointment at Flat Lick, Casting pearls before swine, as it Revolution of Saturday and Mrs. were, with a vengoance. Louis of the American PELLS Sarah Hanks, Sunday. Vernon the four states, Kentucky, North of Mr. ville has many swiiieish proDoat Remedy for Constipation, Sick ANNOUNCEMENTS. Headache, Sour clivities. Last tall through the Carolina, Virginia and Tennessee LIvorTroubloa. Stomach, Botching and visited her daughter, Mrs. Lizzie 25cPerBoxatDrutrctst8 Sowder, at this place, Friday and contrariness, bull headedness and propose to erect "markers" or JAILER. Vr'o Are Authorized to Announce memorial tablets along the line Saturday. Mr. and Mrs Henn arbitary action of the secretary ol FRANK BAKER of the old roadway at intervals A a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle subject to State Fair held at Louisville RockKirby spent Saturday and Sunday or tbo lloyuDllcan party. August the action Easily and Qiliokly Heated with Mr. Kir by 's sister, Mrs Primary, 1013 castle county was deprived of a of ten miles along tho whole line We Aro Authorized to Announce trail from Thoso who suffer lames Arnold, boy representative at the fair in of Boones Well, it .eom-thu- t HARRY JONK8 from fcczemi, Ira suljcct to va ur uiuur skin As a candidate for Jailer or RockcastleAugust Pri- boys Hepdblican party, corn club. Letters lrom Mt ils start in North Carolina to its spring is herent last, and the the action of the eruptions irnoir mary, 1013, Its miseries. old women in this part are von Vernon, on the subject, to Com end in the once "dark and bloody Tlieinlsnoneed We Are Authorized to Announce otnulIerlnc.You JAMES WINSTEAD en it t&slly cct busy putting out onions and set mercial Club at Louisville brought ground" of Kentucky at the Falls Jailor of lid ol It by a Aiacandldatofor Republicanllockcnstle subloct to of tho Ohio where Louisville now party, Aurustt-rlslmplo end In the action of the the reply that the matter would ting hens Miss Eliza Sowder mery, luiu. exponslvo prepbe fully investigated and that stands. L.V.. - e 9MaM! aration hnonn who is attending hchool at Mt SHERIFF. ViIbTbTbTsv asthonvo-Dniv Through the kindness of Capt. Salu. It Is a Vernon, visited home folks at thi. We Are Authorized to Announce was all the satisfaction our WfcP' I:. carcfullr com CAM WULLINS pounued oiut. place front Friday until Mondn. Jarkson Morris, a hot good roads As a candldato for SnorllTof Rockcastle subject to people got out of that incident. niont tint for fifteen the action of the Republican party, Autrust Pri the Signal mary, 1U1U. ySsSSaMBiUk prorenyuttrs has The Holy Rollers nre holding u In the first place Louisville secured man of Pineville, Its value no. a soothlne, heal- COUNTY COURT OLERK the site of location of State Fair secured the following list of Inererrndy for eczema, pimples, running; sores. series of meetings near Hopewell. Tr""i"i uuiiiii mu, rncuni, will n.nall- piles We are authorized to announce ; Miss Mabello Cummins, of near by underhand methods taking it stations named along the old and acne. A fllnffln nnnlfrntlnn irucauuc - nlv.. .i.: 8. F BOWMAN inu uuruinpt ".i qolckJr enLeiJca and tbo sores dry and as Court Asa candidate for county, subject County action from Lexington whore it properly Boone's Trail or Wilderness road disappear. Walnut Grove, was tho guest oi to the Cleric of lloikcastle oftheRepubllcaupurty August primary 1U1J The Filson s Salve Is now put up In 25 in John belongs; leaving the impression as recorded and SO cent packages and sold by nearly all her grandmother, Mrs. A. Cum druggist. It Is not SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS that if it should be located in history published in the year J on ran order itdirect obtainable In jour locality mins, at Mt Vernon, last week. from Swanson H. C Co. We Are Authorized to Announce 08 Lalco St.. Chicago, bo MISS TEMPEST WARD Louisville that city could take 1784 (this present article only paid npon receipt of III., and It will an sent poet, John Harmon; who stuck a nail price. It Is excellent for Superintendent of Schools of As a candidate remedy for scrofulous affections, cracked trin Kopublioau care of it, but there has been a menf'oning those stations North and ecalp humors. Kockcaetle subject to the action of the in his foot some two or three party, August Primary, 1013 constant cry ever since they se- of Cumberland Gap): Cumberland weeks ago is better MAGISTRATE. Some. We Are Authorized to Announce cured tho location, from the Mountain, Cumberland River, Flat Some men talk In tbelr sleep beW. M SOWDER more ap Lick, Stinking Creek, Richland cause that U the only chance thoy got, As a candidate for MnglBtrato First Magisterial Louisville press for composed or K Mt Voruououd Walnut I lJlstrlct, Laurel urove votine; precincts, sudj ect mj ine acuou oi uie propriations by the legislature to Creek, Raccoon Spring, Kepubllcan party senoral primary elcctlou, AugRiver, Hazel Patch, Rockcastle THE BEST COUGH MEDICINE. For InfantB and Children. usts, 1013. put up more buildings and im"I provements. It is give, give, give River, English Station, Col. Ed- Cough have, used Chamberlain's The Kind You Have Always Bought RetrJedy "Wk have reached the parting to Louisville; yet when the mount- wards Station, (Crab Orchard), been keeping ever since I havh Bears the house", says C of the ways. So mate it be. This ains have tho temerity to get up Whitley's Station, Logan's Station Hames, of Marbury, Ala. L "1 Slgnaturo portion of South Eastern Ken- a movement asking the National Clarks Static n, Crow's Station, consider it one of the best remetucky is at outs with the city of government's aid in building a Harrods, Harland's, Harbison's, dies I ever used. My children Louisville and its business and road which the citiVens along the Iiardstown, Salt Works to Palls have all t ken it and it works liko ARE YOU A COLD SUFFERER? a charm. For sale bv All DealTake Dr. King's New Discovery professional men and its news- way would never be financially of Ohio River, (Louisville ) . Tub Best Cough, Cold, Throat It might be well to add that ers Herald ablo to build themselves, but its papers in particular (the and Lung inedicipe made. Money ' excepted). During the month of construction would be interstate tho Courier Journal wa simply refunded if it fails to cure you. January the Mt. Vernou Com- and result in the 'enrichment of forced to do soraoting in its it nt our risk Do not hesitnte-rta- ke mercial (Jlub started a movement the counties and the state by defense of treatment accorded the First dose .helps. J. R. Wells, looking towards the rebuilding of hundreds of thousands of dollars mountains of late and was brought Flovdale, Texas, writes: Dr. MT. VliRNON, KY. King's New discovery cured ray from and accommodations to as many out something regarding the ''old old Wilderness Road Baker Building, Up Stairs Wilderness ioad" a subject now of Uooma recently occupied y I)rs. Hat- terrible couch and cold. I gained Gap over Boone's people; here c6mes Ilonry !, neCumberJand i5 pcuuds'." Buy it at Chas. C ?feITrflil, 1o Crafi 'Orchard, distance Harris. and papeis more Interest to South Eastern . . Davis "? -amoCapal mjIesut,acoruiet--wiUiA.en' 'iimfciriiaV Y fltottirjg- - out vtheirprincipJesVi- '.& i .tuckyTs system of; turnpikes. The from their cellars which arekept - ' Y?U;"S. governraont is to be asked stored with saic "principles" for project 'qrsundertakinjj The ' . for an appiopriation to do this use only as hammers when this Courier Journal will bavoto come work. The proposition was well partvof Kentucky is under dis- again and several times more be',,- - received and endorsed by the cussion. Everything for Louis- fore the people of Southeastern " Kentucky delegation in Congress ville, nothing for South Eastern Kentucky are, 'satisfied with its Ollie or including Senator elect frgarei tho mountains "noiiow. work. l Vt James and Congressmen from These Louisville papers and LooisviLLti proposes to again Speaker citizens know how, the state built send out a train of boosters into other States approve it for good labor prices . Champ Clarjc is for it. Tho Gov- turnpikes for them, it never built Eastern and South Eastern Kenernors of six States have signified any in the mountains, The gov- tucky in the month of May. We Steady '" their willingness to aid in putting ernment built for thorn an im- are wondering as to , of the bill through Congress. Ken- - mense canal at their doorway, a polngistic dope will, attempt to JBIG , tucky, Tennessee, and North the State gave them thousands to aisn out. to me mountaineer mer . Carolina are particularly interested establish a State fair (and they chants when the Louisville papers on account of the interested aro asking for thousands more) and the business and professional ' historic features of the movement. still they put in objections to govmen of tho city have so'sbamo But now comes our state me- ernment aid to roads when not fully ignored the tnountaluoer'fl aptropolis and home city, or rather applied directly in their city peals for justice. How can they PORTLAND out her have the cheek to ask for trade in what has heretofore been con- Yet Louisville sent trains asking the trade mountain teritory. Their receptsidered such, steps forth through "Booster" her newspapers, (with exception of the mouutains as well as ion at Mt, Vernon and' other noted) and treats our efforts for advertising largely in her papers pointK South East of us, if trip COAL and by personal letters, as per was made right now would vj?e h better roads with noses, scorn and derision, giving those recently sent out by the semble that frigidity ''from Greenthe superfluous advice "if you Courier Journal of which the land's icy Mountains". j Louisville writer has oue. Louisville seems want roads dig era". Louisvil'e Post on Feb. Tub doesn't want the government to to bo under the impression that spend any money in the mountains when they spit into one side pf ruary x8th, had an editorial di but is willing tor it to donate our face we should smilingly pre- rected at the proposed Boono millions on a canal in its doorway sent the other side of out face and Way and after saying tiRly things and is now demanding that con request them to kindly splatter t about it and this paper advised us Well to nut it in our pipes and smoke gress build a wall between a with tobacco juice also. city and the river hardly. The Pojtt did say some it. Well we done it", and then portion of tho to keep high water out. All for good words for our people away some as oue of the editorials on 8 Will It Louisville Nothing' for the Mount- back in 1900 but like the cov this page will amply testify, When these Louisville that gave a full bucket then bringing out a few of the selfish You if bo aro suffering tho tortures of Eczema, Itch, Salt Rheum or otber ains. sliln diseases you whoso days aro miserable, whoso nights are made sleep, papers ripped up our proposition kicked it over, that is the Post's and hoggish points possessed by less by tbo terrible itching, burning pains, let mo send you a trial ol a sooth, J. C Hutxsll, R. P cured hundreds, will euro treatment Louisville and its newspapers in luff, beallnz send It free,which haspaid, without any which I bellevo your part. you. obligation on postaco will so ruthlessly, and cold bloodedlv position today regarding this paJt coupon oeiow ana man me, particular (the Herald excepted), just nu metpe treatment free or costit to ou. or write me, siring your name, ago ana addresi they shamefully put forth silly of the moral vineyard to I will send . m AND MAIL TO DAY" Knoville, without any request so called reasons lor objecting to J. C. HUTZELL, 123 Wost Main St., Fort Wayno, Ind. the construction of Boono Way, from our people, proposes to send Flcaso send without cost or obllcatlon to mo your Frco Proof Treatment. the most vital movement to their "road boosters" through this !. .!., Name Age ,'.. South Eastern Kentucky inaugura- portion of tho btate, this Spring half of a going over the proposed route as ted within the pist ,,.v, Post omco working and century. Our Commercial Club far as Lexington .; Bute Street and Ho., They some weeks ago sent 250 letters talking up road interests. ' J, to the professional and business propose to have a road direct men of Louisville including the from Knoxville Jo Cincinnati; it They Commercial Club asking if they is already made to fellico. endorsed the ugly and uncalled also have a turnpike made to for editorials that had appeared LaFollette which thev propose to in tbo city papers. To all these extend to Cumberland liap to Our I letters only five replies were intersect with Boone Way. -- MADE ATHPM - merchants, nearly all of whom are Only $1 was conreceived. i mi .a ElaaasMii X A7 f tributedto our club by the city members of Mt. Vernon Compopula- mercial Club, owing to the dirty of Louisville, claiming a DON'T YOU BEWEVE XT, tion of 250,000, towards aiding treatment given us by Louisville, Soma say that chronic constiin paying postage and stationary are switching their trade to other pation cannot be cured. Don't PQtyPLJLTp LIjp-Coff- ins, fees necessarly incurred in prose- - and more fair dealing and ap- you Chamberlain's beliove it. cutiniz this work for a national- preciative cities. Caskets apfl Robps, why ' highway. Treating our appeals " Should it over occur to LotJ-vill- Tablets have cured aothers They not you? Give them trial. Mall, Telegraph or Teleto send appologists into this cost only a quarter. For sale by with silent contempt. Kight here I phone 'orders Promptly let up state that when Boone Way territory, they need not be sent Chas. C. Davis. Filled. ' ' Hit nnd Is being used by equipped wih corn knives for moss from the , Jhousanda we suggest that a scraping the FOR FLETCHER'S of that growth at Mt. Vsr-aouLi be erected Gap, withn natives backs as alloff by tre.i and : rubbed as been or Cumberland MT. VERNON SIGNAL RHEUM ATIC SUFFER 1 pZZTBp For Infants and Childron. for exter-na- The Kind You Have rfB'1 J. riin mi i I .ALCOHOL 3 PP.B ntM AVcfielabtcPreparalionforAs-simiaiinSiheFiwtfamlReM- in in i i.ii ,,.. iiL i Always Bought jiL niht Mrs-Mar- y IS ft ilngUicSiontacksniuUJowlsor Bears the Signature of SWANSOM'S ... fM!M!msm Promotes DtesfionJChrcriu!- ncss and Ke3tontatas nciihtr Opium.Morphlnc norlHaaaL vf tvl I NOT WAnC OTIC. SmjuiroUDcSzmienaim IimhttSttdm JwiStat H'xnSffJ-hi&yrai AW SKIN SORES ( T ifr Alt in Us epoch-makin- g tarn Apcrfect Remedy for Comfyi t Ion , Sour Sloraacli.Dlarrlttca 1Vor:as,ComulsimsIrTris!r 1 ncss mlLoss or Sleep. - RcSiimlc Signature of For Over p TllE CENTAUn COMPAHT, NEW YORK. Thirty Years Hi -- -i- ii:,-rii- . ;. ... imiam-m&tlo- n Wnnrnnteeil unclcrthc Exact Copy of Wrapper. VtO TORIA THE OINTAUH Five-Dr- MHHMHBHH COM PANT) NfW YOU CITT. CASTOR A New Line of t&&&x rv G o d ri ' I s R. H.CONOVER JUST RECEIVED We have tjie best of Goods prices right Gall and Dentist J and. our Wat-terson'- s1 - DTok-'Knott'- s -" . -- rAJfP I see'us tf I.J ,i LABORERS 'gri T" V WANTED v OE JOE N Street West Main . Highest what-bran- paid work MT. VERNON, KY. us v , HHsBssHI UnuA d CREW WANTED AT ONCE- Banking IE IliUffl CEIHT Ideals "Just in proportion to its progressiveness, d i CI. its enterprise, its prudence, its liberality PliNE HILL, KY. CAN BE CURED Prove to You Free within conservative bounds, is the bank a blessing to the people it serves. " This bank constantly to meet these rn THE J.I'.E. PEOPLES BANK DRL'MMOND, Vice.-Pres. U. G. BAKER, President. F.L.THOMPSONJr., Cashier. 1 1 CLAUDE C COX.Ass't. Cash , A Royal Baking Powder Hot Biscuit is the luxury of eating Tm JONAS' McKENZIE GRANVILLE OWENS J UNDERTAKER ii SELZ SHOES THE mmmmmmrmmirm-nmt-rr-eier- lJ "ROYAL BLUE"'. tepest Jg examine 9 Y9ujT the Selz line befQre ypy buy Brodfipad Ky you IF fe need a good pair of shgegjt - ns-- ry e Children Cry , JONAS "McKENZIE MT. VERNON KY. CASTORIA Jr (- -, I - WW"PVP W ' -- ijr jpvi wwaUK.yyr"' P f I .MT. VERNON r . ...- - -- "" ..!..,, ; . III '- '' i SIGNAL QR. 28, 1913 B. Mullins is in Indianapolis on business. Next Sunday evening there will For Superintendent of Schools. be a union service at' the Christian Ohurch. Presbyterian, morning. WBBMNmMMHHMiiMHH 1 H '' ' mmam ' i uiil ifim- - WJ Mt.Vkrnon, Ky Feb 79r K. J. McKenney and Charley Hendricksou reported so very sick up "'No. 79" whennrv la.st week are better. u.wuaui)Cuinmunl' . E G. T. Johnson was in St. Louis oats with BIONA1, last week to get his new line of samples of Peters shoes. LOCAL i There will be preaching at the Church Sunday A man gets full value for his money when he buys Fish'? Guaranteed Clothes. r ) vh ! fa Let your thoughts turn to Fish's Mr. and Mrs. .v. W. Dyche are Clothing Store when you have n.Co. Iouisvilic 4 Naihviiic rejoicing over the arrival of a girl made up your mind to wear a new baby on the 23rd. because say store does " carry Spring Suit. TIME TABLE. Will Manis is opening up a line e STYLES-thappeal to The Commercial Club is in cor a few-days- . 4.50 p m of groceries in the building oc22 respondent with a siuglo tree sell the well "4 nortn 3:53 a m cupied by his father. at d spoke company looking to tbe ,38 south i. 11:38 am "Tm" wears out something less locating of a plant in Mt. Vernon. 21 jout'h 12:19 am than a box ot pens and as man Wo understand that Brodhead Jas, Landrum, Agent. pencils every week pushing Boone is to organize a Commercial Club. Phone No. 8. Miss Tempest Ward. Way interests. We trust that we may have the Regular services at the Biptist pleasure of announcing, the organ- To the Republicans of "Rockcastle: Entered nt the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice tnsll matter. After careful , consideration I as Church Sunday March 2nd. Sun- ization of such a club, together have decided to entdr the race for day School at 10 a. m. Preaching with a good live B. B. Baud. School Superintendent of RockPERSONAL nt rt a. ra. and 7 pm. Subject Clothes a If you are a man that's hard to castle Couuty, subject to the action drawn irom 11 a. m. X C. O'Mnraishr re fiom Nash- Abram's Some lessonsone cot dially plense when it comes to clothes of the Ropjhlican party at the leaves Call. Every store, ville. Tenn. step into dish's Good Clothes Shop Primary, August 2. 1912 invited to attend nli services. label (sewed on inside aud let them show you some we are satisS. B. Ramsey is talking of I have been engaged in school T. C. Dukb, paptor. of tho new styles for Spring wear . work for the past .slxyears. If moving to Boroa. fied we a Dr. G. B. Lawrence, of Level You'll find exactly what you want elected I promise faithful service Jolinnv Griffin of Withers, is Green, has been appointed fish there. such as an officer should, give. reported very slcV. nnd game Warden for Rockcastle clothes refined style be Trusting that I may have too very M. J. Miller moved to his uew Miss Nellie Norton has been county. He has received his comfound in any other yesterday, and Chas. C. support of the people, regardless building sick with pneumonia. is mission and entered upon his Davis who occupies one halt of of their politics. I rettfain There was never known to be duties. Everyone should assist tried these Yours very truly4 building moved iu Tuesday. more .sickness than at present. him in seeing tho laws enforced the (Miss) Tempest Waud. clothes, The Miller building is one of the none been successful. Joe Norton is in from Pinville that we may again seethe county very best in town, and a credit to. on account 'of sickness in the stocked with game and streams Miller & Beazley are making ' the town and the owner. every preparation tor their big family. with fish. Every one are made If Will Owens, the Livingston horse sale next Thursday and Fri and Walter Henry Anderson the" Rev. George S, Watson has best tailors in land and every we sell Robiiis were here Irom Brodhead thanks of Jtn for ejgbt valued expert peuciler of news around day. Every indication points that Livingston, gets off many more there will be one of the largest Sunday. $JQ is postage stamps off of mail matter rpmplimeuts on our few Jm we fear crowds ever seen in the town pre's- Mr. and Mrs. Payne Smith, of from China Six of these stamps large enough can be ent. Let everybody come and help Pine Hill, were in town yesterday were issued by the Chinese em'pire that no hat MB found in Mt. Vernon for our start a stock market, Tfoey ah popping, Both original and two by the Republic. Booster and of course he ready have on hands the fine Mule Stephen Proctoi, wan of sets are printed in combination wont order one from Louisville Black Joe, owned by J, D. 1st be ALL-WOO- L. Mr.wl Mrs. S. T. Proctor, has Epglish and Chinese. One stamp even if he has to go bareheaded. Eads 8s Son, Stanford, There will ' jmetHiWflJn. from the Panama Canal Zone is satisfactory give . 2d The talk of a hotel lor Mt. Ver- be horsemen here irom all of the Uncte Ifcnry Fish has returned printed in Spanish and English. adjoining counties, and several non has been revived to be built (from a few mouths visit with rela- We can cipher out be Spanish but from Lincoln, ,By)e ond wq simply bad to turn in connection with the store room horses that Chinese tives in Lexington. Garrard counties. Next Thursday and let Come to-da- y which Sutton & McBee aie ' ' Mrs. Mollie and Friday are the days at the Mt. Durham, of Btod over to Chink Davis". to build. At present the Vernon Fair Grounds Is for early (head, is with her sot, Fred h, Jwethk Band: Every citizen outlook is very g9od but what the (Durham, .this wuet. of Rqakcastle is invited to join outcome wi( b! wp are gfrajd to( Our Boone Way Booster Band is t LQOK FOR THE FISH LABEL ON YOUR CLOTHES Uxs. fc. B. Mullins and sow, Bqooe Way Booster Band. Give venturo ap flssertio'n. ' t fs a in Retejpt pf' 3 nlfle remijtityce from the Livingstqn Potnrnercial with Dr. or send 50 cts., 25 cts, or 10 els. Benjamin, are in London and the best Club and B. B. B. IJo. 2. J. Splendk Jocatfqn whichever you feel able op in- opportunity Mt. Vernon wil) Ijave txad Mrs. R. W. Dyche. treasurer, reports rtice pro. Mrs. G. S, Hiatt has greatly clined to donate, to Secretary of soon to get a ht?l wjtjput nn gress in their organfaqiinn and the Clnb at Mt. Vernon or hand enormous outlay of money. Thpre already a pljangp lop the bettey is , improved her Main street property ' by or professional will be a meeting Saturday gorne-tira- taking plco, the business and pro10 any merchant iu addition of 0 uew rcof. fessional men getting better ao-to Livingston man the.e, or whan some definite action wjll kuajntcd and all WQr!ipa Pf, the nd;lrs, .CbPsMChandler, "for and Commercial Club; the amount be taken one way or tho other. charges interest oj tjjeir town ana countv. will be placed in postage and ' Mt. Vprnou sends greetings of S. Alticnt Saturday and Sun E. stationary fund foi putting the A GREAT PLAY IN STAN good will to Livingston. Jv. FORD, MARCH 6th. proposition up to the people and John Shepherd, of Lebanon Jet. Congress . Prospects are splendid There are a greater" number of "The Shepherd of the Hills", THE HOME OF GOOD CLOTHES wnsi.Jth his brother, Bingham so far nnd, the work is being Harold Bell Wright's novel which telephone aud light'poles on the Mt. Vernon yard than was ever Shepherd, near town during the pushed. EOESBSKI holds tbe record for being the known before, week. Cashier A: ,B. Furnish and Jm For Sale: A houso and loi Round trip ticket to Atlanta for Jargest seljjng American wgrk pf A Vote of Thanks: The sin- ficrlon, has been made into, a play Pllie Hill and ,1pnr M,P Mt. Vrnnn Pninrmme. Ctr.or Vfo,r , tUe. R. )E. Thompson, oi Crab 1 - .. Tho Mt Vernon quarry has been Were down tO -.ii 'y v "'v ' 'ji f was with her mother, cere thanks of the Willing Workors by its author with the assistance making some good runs, of late; inspected the bit: works of the K Ur will exenango tor live stock. (rdinr.5, limit June iotb 1913 account? of An article on the Mrs Win. VoyaUt during the are hereby cordially extended to of Elsberry Reynolds and Lew almost tip to the summer average P. plant. General Assemblies Presbyterian Edoar Mullins, subject will appear in next issue ot output. tho young ladies aud young Parker. It will be given first week. Mt. Vernon, Ky. Feb. 14 3t. churches. of SlGNAI.. rt J&ffr. and Mrs. J. T Gentry, of gpjjfjemen whoso ably presented production in this part Chas. C. Dav is can boast of of the mm i jtiti ' We also state, at the Opera Ltfosuaa Junction, will leave in a "A iiff8j8r Flirt". House Stanford having one of the mot drug stores to be found iu Eastern (or Florida to spend gratefully appreciate tl) kjndness few daya ., Thursday March ftb. The MjMWVffl&mmWMmm '.OiUmJmQMrWESSmWmmmmBmWmm. of tbe members of the Bebaol play Is a story ol the gjwrk Mount Kentucky einpe bP moved to his reveal weeks. new location in the Miller buildfor the use of the Graded ains aud its people ' Sk C. Carmney was ov from Board are all of that ing. Vhen you havo o languid, stretchy feellnEr, nchey scnsatlona In tho chool building, also, Miss Rowlee stomach, constipated legs, sallow complexion, bad breath, disordered ttaaastat Wednerday. He was Mlsu AbcfDOthy aud Mr. Victor C. vicinity which promisei stage bowoli and you reel "no account." blue and discouraged, 1,0 OIC OUT l'ou characters out of the ordinary of Lancaster in the Merest KY, You Have the Symptoms and If You Do Not Do Something Tate for tbe bti&utifnj music TJje production which has been Milling Company, ;, ;;,, You Will Surely Have the Disease. not least our made b,y Mcqsps. Qaskell i'l rendered. Lastbut Mac of MeVtffOV, Kose Miss IUU llllUUJhp UfG yUb fUUIIW "Breezy Hiirwas ivith ber tAsier (or jts liberal patronage thus Vitty, is said to be qne of extieme rUSW Rmh liiBina1 fmz beauty, this picturesque mountain SaturMiss Georgia, Friday and Gasklllond MacVUfy (Inc.) (Gnapiiug uo fo liquidate the in country leading itsell to the best Announces A Dramstizatian of day of last week. Jbtedness ol the Christian Church. geenje I,rtj5t's art, dyg2&6r SC2. tM. H. J. Jtiutlins has been Mr. R,ell Wright's Wy not go doiyn tq Stanford mattor of Boone Wav Hqrrqld vry sick for the past few days jn the IS THE REMEDY YOU NEED. Thursday njgbt 0ud see tips great Qreat Novel with pneuwoflia, but is much ,the tyt. Vernon Commercial Club t acts promptly; It la a medicine of mnrvclouB powor In ridding tho system of Malarial jterms, m leave here on is at considerable expense lor show? you cat ' the nrot oso hrln.'s lmnrovement. n. row davs uso urives out tno uiscaso complctelv. better at tjhis tiwa, Buperior 10 mo id vstyio symps which slcltcn tho stomach. Clinil remedy, iiornino n vnsiiy An Jm. postage, stationary and other the eveniag train at 5 p. m. and eltoct Is derived purely from nerbst It ctmtalna no quinine or poisonous Ingredients Its A. B. Furnish, treasurer pf the whloh destroy tho Kcrms that hnvo found tholr way Into tho system, and, through tho admirable proposition before get b,ack same evening at n p. 111. efTcct of tho medicine, thev nro driven out of tho body Rockcastle Railroad Company ilfims to ge,t the sew In nil Malarial disorders the I.Ivcr is the staitlng point It Is torpid, and ng a result tho ayrtem Is Ticket reservations can be jthe ppoplg, and Congress esUndor the Influenco of full of bilious Impurities i condition In whlili tho malarial germ thrives. germs, is putting in some, mighty good pecially. Tlje (Jlub'fi secretary is made by addressing C. Hays bllu and impurities, tiermn tho Liver becomes netfvo ngaln, tno system is eieanscu or disease K organs ne uuroaiion Is strengthened ana tno dowcis reguiiueu mt punned ana wnen.ino vital Tho body aru full to over- - H work for (the booster boys. Is worklnct freelv there can bo no Chills, Malaria, Iavt Spirits or Sallowncss. ?pster, Manager, and bo will pultjtlng In almost hijlf qf rjistline flowin;? with o tlno feeling of vigor, strength nnd cheerfulness. Miss Eva Moore, of Berea, and Prices pushing this work; ht is mik- save yot th.e bpst left. Price 50c per Bottle. Miss Nor Rich, of in np ber cousin, ing cbargos for his services but S5 cts. to $1.00. better order now. by i Harrfman, Tenn., have been with ST. T.OUIS, 910. jamth r. n.r,r,Ann vnni'iiiirroit in justice to hjm we believe the CoMJRc:Ai.Ci.Tjn: jjfc The club's Stephenn Tiye SnHe Is a remedy of great poner In dlveascH of the errs or eyelids It beats quickly. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh MMler since peopje shpijld be willing to see Mr. Wrisht ind EsUcr W, R?ynolh rneeting Tuesday night was en Saturday. bat be at leas.t Should not have So lp Amp RccommcndeoBv Price? 35qtQ$1,QQ Mr. Cleo Hrown (eft Monday p pay out anything for postage. joyable and profitable occasion for Louisville and Cincinnati to Thpreforp tl.e SjgNAi. suggests The speakers qn the program did purchase her Spring: line of Millin tjjafc tjoso who cesipe to l)elp the thejr subjects justice. The mem ' MARKET QUOTATIONS ery. Sue will oe gope inreu or pause of Boone Way, to Jeave their bers are beiiig cqtiyinced of ho great usefulness, of such an Prevailing Qurront Prlt for Qrln four weeks. 50 cts. 25 o(s. or d'tne with any organisation and each are and Uvitock. becoming Mies Mary Wanzer, of the Browu buslners or profes.s,ional rnan in if passible, m.ore enthusiastic Memorial faculty, bos returned Mt. Vernon who wi)l turn the IndlannpoiU Qraln and Utve Stock. booster" as time passes. Sheriff Wheat Wagon. 11.03; No. 2 red, heme in Ohio where she amount into (he postage fund. frqtu her T, J. Nicely and "all around the H.08H. Corn No. 3, 51c. Oats-- No. has been lor two woeks with her 2 white. 35o. Hay Baled, 9.00 Tbe play ''A Regular. Flirt", corner" merchant J. Fish were the 11.00; timothy, 12.0013.00: mixed, mother who has been very sick, With th,Q Latest Improvements, This, Is the new morabeis added to the roll 110.00 13.00. Cattle $3.00 8.50. Chief dispatcher Lemonds was mado its second appearance last placing the Highest Quality Wire Fencing Mafo, Bar None Sheep 12.505.25. total number of Hops $5.00(3)8.85. up from Livingston Monday look Friday evening and was e At Cincinnati. Based on experiments, deto matw the best fence membership now, at, 37 and all 2 red, $1.08. Corn No. Whoat-N- o. ingover watch inspector Frank- by a large audience notwithstand- live wiros,. cided, improvements have been made in We now produce "Pittsburgh Perfect" Mr. J. "A. Oliver, of t, No. 2, 34c Cattlo biB ing niauyoftheui' had seen the and "Pittsburgh Perfect." AS MADE TO- In our own furnaces and mills from the 51o. Oats lins cew regulator Shop' play only one week before. John tho Livlrgston Commercial Club $4.0008.15. Hogs $5.008.85. DAY, it is so far superior to any other ore to ' ('electric" advertising machine. tho finished product. We know Lambs $5.2509,0, $2.7505.00. as to place it in a class by itself:. M. Fish, Floyd Miller, Ben Griffin, was a visitor and gave a good right from start to finish. At Qhleago. everything TJ. G. Baker, one of the leading of his organization work. report These improvements concern the qualCorn Whoat No. 2 red, $09. mountains and Victor C. Tate, Misses Virginia Tbe program for These facts positively insure your in- merchants ol the ity of wire, construction un'd galvanizing next Tuesday Np: 3, 50Hc 0;t No. 2, 32 c. Commercial Club Davis, Willie Frances, Morgue rite night: three vital pojnts that must be righf" vestment in "Pittsburgh Perfect." president of our $4",009.00; stockcrs and a Commercial Club Lovell, and Mrs. 0. B. McKenzie Hogs $5.5008.70, ' Mudo In Deferent Style, for FIELD. FARM. RANCH. tiv.VN, is receiving some heavy shipcan do," E., R. Gentry; Mistakes feeders, $5.0008.50. were those who played the parts, jcvoq Lambs $7.00'' ' chicken, poultry .nd rabbit yard .no, carden ments of merchaadise from Knox- add to try to find a troupe of local retailers make in buying, W. H. l.75. the 'live war1 city of East AsV your dealer for "Pittsburgh Perfect" and lnsls on his furnlshlns It. Do not nllow him to persuade At OL LouIb. talent who could do it better than Fish; How professional men can Wheat No.' 2 red. $1Q9, Corn--No. you that some other fence Is just as good. If he doesn't sell It, write us direct. Tennessee. ' Ihey did, we Ulieve would be help business men and business 2. 480. Oata No. 2, 33. 9. Cat"Plttabursll Perfect" Briul)of Barbed Wire! If you are Interested In Wire Fencing, write men can help tbe professional Bright. Annealed & CaWanlzed W re) TwUied It was JTpb.nny Hain, son of J. Stors, $5,0008,75. Hogs $5.25 for FREE copy of our ALMANAC, 191- 3Cab a Wrel tiara prina uii mi. r"q ' . fain, instead of Johnny Pope aljnost an impossibility. - To pick men, Prof. . S. Irvine; The tleiM. Lambs. 1,.nl... Dni.ltr. netting atanlei) Koeuiar Wira flip star we. would not attempt, for Naibi Galrantied Wire NaiUi Lar.a Head 19,5008.76"' Pittsburgh Steel Co. was WPfilc wh Pitta. pjf reppjjed ! Kaolnc Nallii Single Loop Bole Ties of Open ' ', nu stars, in wuat was Lidies should start a Ladies buy tuey were AfEatt BuftWt bursh Perfect 'rcnclni. All made Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania by a horse. He was taken attempted. Tbe solos by Miss at home party, C. D. Sutton; Value Oaftle $3.6008,00, Hogs $5.00 kicked Hearth material. to Stanford and the eye removed Abernathy and Mr. Victor 0 of Enthusiasm,- Rev. George S. 8,10, Bhee$3.OO06.75.Lamb8 $4.50 0.15. by Dr. Brown and Southard. Tate, were loudly applauded and Watson. A portion of the time Whea at Toledo. was devoted to Boone Way. He is doing nicely. July, 9Cfto; May, $1.10; cash, greatly appreciated. R- ut-Ttn Spring Clothes this not you but e nsible Lo , .f!lfl C4 r. ''Sensible Clothes" We kind that FREAK We known - econJ-cl(- Guaranteed Clothes The FISH'S T The When a suit to-da- y with "giltedged" reputation. this bearing the FISH the pocket), have made permanent customer. not to It true that many to imitate have a make. manufacturers have but have of our suits the by the suit ml IM ftp at and up Wl stal-lio- u, DOUBLY GUARANTEED To To you wear. mil y W Ml pi pre-parjj- ig' in right us show you what spring wear. I New Arrow a Tndon'rtrwUrMr. Shirts Spring wear. We pay PARCEL POST anywhere. &- vo ,- ., fc GHBLLS tce Kt STANFORD, Thursday, March 0 mi , I IfcV ,,' ', Her the; SHEPHERD OF THE antl-perlod- lc pur-gntt- HIL11S I For Sale by CHAS. C. DAVIS PittsMirgfi long-tim- ggft" Feaace !?,,..,. Jvery uuaranteeu . rihoop-:$4.856.- 35. 1 ShaepT-$3.505.0- O. . - IHf H i 1.0D&, ,lim U H mf- Jv I 'J f ., k4tft4 jtUslttt.Ji3efAl!H4if4ktvSHfltSLt-ss- Mmn Ww in huna rrnmri tnU Home women complain that ihoy periodically suffer from dull Intft, or dlzzincat in the beod, nervousness, pain and bearindawn leellngs wbicb should not occur to tho normal healthy woman. But most evory woman is subject sucU to these pains at some time in her lifo, duo to abnormal conditions m life, strength, bad air, poor or improper food, wet feet, d es corsets, liver, etc. A regulator and female tonlo made from native mecltolnal roots wttu J pure glycerin, and without tho use of alcohol, called over-taxe- F0R THE W0N3AN WHO THINKS 'AND PEEI.S. and heavy ,i UUHMHWraHlkU nisisiTamssi ' .. -- r ... i i i 'i- - y 'jarf"Vff? , i'U'jjfcwft WMliHjlUiWlWiHJllinVMijOiAlN"?i'Ml.mWlWW.IIWiaIMMtWi. mmuitamjnmaoni a niisiwKiKHt'rws a I fffWiMnwi(inraiitii.iintv.'aj yriiigin.r.r.itaa"i vimt ,i nar COVE Ma ( Las proven its value in thousands of cases, like the following t done fur mo. DR, PIERCE'S FAVORITE PRESCUrfTIONt MIU.DOWA M. riARTm, or Auuurn, nw., noma i, uox. wj thought I would write you In regard to what your medicines para "I I hao used them for thirty years for female trouble ond general wenknos with the very best result, and they have sayed of dollars In doctors' bills. I buy the Favorite Prescripme hundreds tion ' and ' Geldcn Medical Discovery and take them together. I never was disappointed In your rcmodlca and take pleasure In recommendlnK them to any suffering lady, I am now almost Miy years yery", jlvo I took yoir medicines, both kinds, and I passod ! cosily and left me fat and healthy. I feel like a ! .... 1..l In arrltn mn. I will eUdlv toll" hcT mora bODl , of yourjncdlclncs." tho Bood work ... ., to John Shepherd, of Lebanon Junction, is visiting his btotber, R. UShepherd at this place.-M- iss Hattie Langford was the tfuost of Miss Helen Hackney Sunday. Mil Proctor and sisters Delia aud Anna, of near Buckeye, visited their tTncle, J. W. Riddle, Sunday. The Bible reading has been changed Irotn 2 p. m. to quo a. m. -METHODIST MINISTER recommends CHAM' , ,', , CASTUGHTON ADMINISTRATION Wllssn's New Jersey Laws Pleasing Te Congress. j BERLAIN'S COUGH REMEDV. -- M- - VBRNDN DPKBT "DO. Lewis, Milaca, Writes: "Chamcerlain's Coueh Keinedy has bean a dqeded niid Welcome guests tn oiir home M(inti Revi JmeasA-- . l j PRACTICAL UNDERTAKERS FUNERAL DIRECTORS, AND 2 2 fqr " MU3.II.UtTm. Dr. PinncB's Great Family Doctor Common Senso Medical Adviser, newly revised edition of 1008 pages, answers hosts of delicate questions which every woman, single or married, ought to know. Sent free in cloth binding to any address on receipt of 31 . nCCCai UiailipUilU .uvwiunuv ii tufiiuift suiy MWM-- fc "f"' Boos, The People MIhcpo ' anA Vntln Vi.. find it verv fTortilnl nnrl continue v 7 .i..u aaiu - V." """ Mnrif as occasion requires lor and Onio Silvers were, pleasant lo to as many others .. xti ,0 - Acts Based On Stanley's Give Chamberlain's Couch Rem ledy and wo uro confidedt you will Work On Steel Committee. V it to my fellows as being1 a medicine 'worthy of trial in cases V.UI WUKIIO UUU manyea'rS. flilghly racom-men- d S : EM3JALMHRS ZZ blUUF Mt. Vernon, Ky, tw .V.N'lV. .S.'.'.SI (' U1HD5BTAK5R Onr lino of Couch Caakets is unexcelled 1 y ipJmAiJZliX, 1 V Coflinsfurniahed Hearse sent to all parts of the County Rand-made All orders by Wire Promptly Filled Mi COXy! Phone 94-S i. MT. VERNON, KY r (ii : .' !r?'nZ5y'n5Zni. : gwiwawi MmJe andhodono. For sale by All Deal- t'uuiuu iviuuic uuuuuy uucruuuu. ers. he infant of Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Owens which has been very For Sale: 1 tract of landsevcn ill with whooping cough is very (7) acres on the East side of R. much better. Mr. and Mrs. Pal .r. j Conway, Ky., good 8 room Mooie and Mr. aud Mrs. Edd dwelling "known ns the Heath Bullock spent Sunday with Mr. property, built on modern style, atjd Mrs. Bryant. Shermau finished in good stylo, with who is studying telegraphy j mer kitchen; good well, good barn, at Brush Creek was visiting j atld ROod garden; good store ''ouse ooraeiojKs ounuav.--.f- t. small cuua Go x 2i ft. and other out build n$?s. pf Tennessee Sharp was badly One good 4 room cottage as good burned a few days ago. Susie Rid- gs new. vjell.finishcd. About 15 dle took dinner with her little young fruit trees. 1 will sell lor friend Toy Bryant Sunday Mr. $3250, on easy term?. A splendid and Mrs. Henry Tread way spent Stand to sell goods. .For further Saturday uigljt with Mr. and Mrs. particulars address me at Conway Earnest Cum- Ky., or V, S. Wyatt, ' Joshua Borcing. mins, of Mullins Station, called on Berea, Ky., his best girl at this place Sunday. Feb. V. M.Jtiayes. mo. John Stewart, of Laurel county, is visiting relatives in this Round trip tickets to Knoxvillo vicinity. Steve Ramsey and little for $4.45 "June 22, 23, 24, 28, 2O daughter, Dovie, of Mt. Vetnon July 5, 6, 12 and 19 limited to 15 were in this vicinity Friday. days from date of anle accoun Mr. and Mrs. Marion Treadway, of Summer school of the South visited their son, Jack, at Wildio University of Tennessee. oaturday and Sunday. Will Riddle, of Brindle Ridge. vicinity, was in this vicinity Saturday. Pleas Stewart, of Laurel County, visited his Uncle Dave Stewart,' at. this place last week Eld. J W. Riddio will preach at the School house Sunday at a. tn. J LuT ' g S COUCH RflETALIC CASKETS Coffins and Robes. 2 2 j 3 a ExKentucky Congressman plains Three-Yelattle. ar that lino of SZvvork for the company. JSOrders by wire promptly tilled. Hearse sont to all points Licened Embalmur will have charge of ; ; RESTORING. CONFIDENCE 1 GEORGE OWENS, Manager g Office Mt. Vernon Monumental Building PHONE 112 sum-Moo- re TVashlnjcton, Jan. 11. BpeolL) Members of Congress showed greater interest in Governor Woodronr Wilson's program, aa an New Jersey anti-trunounced In the morning notrspapors today, than In any previous net or I utterThuy foal ance of the President-elec- t that he has thrown a great UghtVupon one phase of his administration, and take It for granted that he will Advocate before Congress the acme .antitrust laws, particularly because the st 1" Are You Nervous? What makes you nervous? It is the weakness of your womanly constitution, which cannot stand the strain of the hard work you do. As a result, you break down, and ruin your entire nervous system. Don't keep this upl the woman's tonic. Csjdui is made from purely vegetable ingredients. It acts gently on the womanly organs, and helps them to do their proper work. It relieves pain and restores health, in a natural manner, by going to the source of the trouble and building up the bodily strength. Take-Cardui, 13-- 3 substance of? these laws originated! with Representative A. O, Stanley, Senator It. M, La Pollette and Louis D. Bnandels, respectively. Mr. Stanley In a statement! today showed what portions of his bllii Wilson has apparently appflled to the New Jersey situation, and exprmtaed his gratification thereat. This portion of the Now Jersey program la especially gratifying to the Democrats of the House, aa the authorisation of theUJUin-leBteol Trust Investigation, from which the bills grew, was one ai the first acts of the Democratic majority Oov-.ernor y, TAKE ! T! ... 1 1 THE BOY WITH A BANK BOOK is the one who is going to amount to something. No need to worry about his future. If you want to do yonr boy the best thing for him open an account in his name at tho BAKK OF MT. VERNON. ivp him tho book and teach him to save instead of spend ing. He will bo glad "of your teaching during his whole life. 1 d THB BANK OP MT. VERNON MT. VERNON, KENTUCKY, V. h. RICHARDS, President, A. B. FURNISH, Cashier. NO NEED TO STOP WORK. When the doctor orders you to stop work it staggers you. 1 can't you say. You know you are weak, run down and failing in health day by day, but you must work as long as you can stand. Vhat you need is' Electric Bitters to give lone, strength and vigor to your system, to prevent break down and to build, you tip. Don't bo weak, sickly or ailing when Electric Bitters will benefit you from the tirst dose. Thousands bless them for their glorious Try them. health and strength. Evorv bottle is guaranteed to satisfy. Only joe. at Chas. C. Davis. M 1 ,tf 1 perfection, Costs qd jqor. Um the (pl(i wnkon kind sans MOMyAYe. WORK-TiUT- than clear, sternly tight. by Rttlntr th oil that Hunt ifwms clear ml clea wlthom q lost dr9P, flicker d9"i to 0 rcnmi'lvantu prodo oil refine j Ihe.hom Jfal ts the Lxmp Oil that Saves Eyem NothW is more Important In I Your dealer has SOUTH OIL In tjqrreU tjlrcct (pun our works. tits. For nearly three rears I haveibeen demanding the amendments of existing laws, forbidding the very abuses which this legislation U Intsnded to oorreoL During the period' of nspubScsm my bill's and resolution were pigeonholed and I was denoanoed by the siandpat press as a dangerous visionary and a demagogue. Dnatmti OraruU4 Probe, "One of the first acts of the' Democratic Congress, however, was to pass these resolutions and organise a of wnlch I was made chairman, for the purpose of Investigating the abuses of which I had complained This committee on August i. ltll. Introduced legislation forbidding1 corporations engaged In InUrstate commerce from: ' A Underselling In local markets. D Fixing prices to the consumer, C Issuing watered stock. D Forming holding companies. E Entering Into agreements for the oontrol of the prlqe of any commodity, V Owning stock In other corporaoom-mltte- e, ' was eleoted in 1910. In commenting on Governor Wilson's anti-truremedies, Mr. Stanley sdd: "Oovernor Wilson's unqualified Inlegislation dorsement of the anti-truoontalned in the seven bills Introduced In the New Jersey Senate afforda me a profound gratification I cannot express. that Woman'sTonsc st st Mrs. Grace Fortner, of Man, V. Va., took CarduL This is what she says about it: "I was 'so weak and nervous, I could not bear to have anyone near me. I had fainting spells, and I lost flesh every day. The first dose of Cardui helped me. Now, I am entirely cured of the fainting spells, and I cannot say enough for Cardui, for I know it saved my life." It is the best tonic for women. Do you suffer from any of the pains peculiar to women? Take Cardui. It will help you. Ask your druggist Wrltt to: Ladles' Advisory DcpL, Chattanoora Medldne Co., Chattanoert, Teas., book. "Horns Treatment lor Women," sent bet, 50 for Special Instructions, and ' TSSH 100- - HEAD. -- ;joo Horses and Mules 50 Cattle Great Combination Sale GROUNDS M"i Chas,C, StollOaCa. LouUvllIo, Ky. Rennsry at warren, Wo tell tho celebrated Cart" Auto Oil. m. "No . W. T. FRANCIS, TO THE REPUBLICANS OF ROCKOASTLECOUNTY, Dentist I Tfff jrjrTfc. jBt "V Gentlemen and Fellow (Jit I have been voting a Re Mt Vernon, Ky izens: publican tiiket ever sinco I was I have uever asked Homo and oftlco in tho Into residence 19 years old .lir. Myers formerly occupied on ;01d the people for anything before, fdiiJT ftla!nSt.,VMt. Vernon ATTORNEY-AT-LAW- v '', C. Williams, , KY. On 2nd. floor o The Bank of Mt. Vernon, on Churc street. Special attention given to collections. I Phone No. 80. JfT. VERNON. J. C MoOLARY UNDERTAKER and EMBALMEB Stanford. K Mount Vernon Monumental ;wobr i:v w - Manufacturers of and and My father died when I was 4 years old. and I have always had a bard time. I never had any schooling, but have been working tor my self'ever sincel have been large enough to earn my board and clothes. Gentlemen, 1 am not afraid of worjf, and I don't want the people of Rockcastle to think that I am trying to get to be Juiler because I dread work. But still, gentlemen, if you would put me in one term it would partially give me a rest up then I would be willing to go back to my little farm and give some other poor man a chance. Gentlemen, as I tell you, I am no scholar. I can't as much as write my name. My wife does my bookkeeping for me, and now gentlemen I will announce rnvself as a candidate for Jailer. Gentlemen, I am a poor man, have nothing to spend in this race. I have just cot the good, honest people ol Rockcastle county to de pend ou and if you will elect me this term I will promise you a straight, sober mid honest jailer. Gentlemen, you have (he spring and most of the summer to tilk with each other about who you want for jailer and who needs the .Gentlemen, I place the twist, have got to make me p. crop and I will not get to see. near al) ol the peoplo in the county, but I want to see as many os I possibly can, so I hope you'jwW lend me a helping hand. Respectfully yours, 3 a g 91 fci "xmxrjkZmm Doubly Glad it the Man Who Smokes i ofjfojffvyWUfXAO I a B JP $fitlL rWfr2SS Bl lUtZfH7Lf J mkmkmWK .. K11 LSI P A 6 G!fld tQ smofoe this pure pld Virginia aricj vuq ongnp leaj mm tobacco taste. Agpd and stemmed and then granulated. Tucfe quickly in ihe pipe roJs easily into a cigarette. With each sock a book of cigarette paper? pjortt And smokers areiglad to get the freepree-en- t coupons enclosed in each 5c sack.:, .These coupons are good for agrat varetypf.pleasing cameras, .talking nacniris, bijHs, articles skates, safety razors, china, furniture, toilet articles, etc. Many things that will delight old or young. ' Ai a pecui offer, JLurltiB January and febfttaryonly, we will send our newAUustra- m FREE. 4 u ted catalog of these presents 1 14 9 '' i i Granite Monuments of all jnda. Ealimates famished on application. GO.OWEN S Pono 112 Advertisement. , J. " A. WlNSTBAD. HW IsaL Tl mXJ. 8- - it PKJUfa. your; name and. address in erery ftp a Rosttl. Juitiendns i ing declaration that these acts are to put an end to trusts and monopoly under the laws of New Jersey, and I confidently, predict they will acd result, will complish that Inspire the courage and renew the hops of eyery 'progressive Democrat In the country. "The law can be enforced as easily against the mightiest as against the meanest of malefactors If those who are Intrusted with m enactment ana executo rations lion are not namperea or or deterred br the arcaa of in pelf or power oi tne violators oi tne inw, "The trouble hitherto has been that the men who ar Intrusted with the enforcement of theijaw droAded the power nd the money of the men who are violating the law.YThe Congress and the Senate are being literally winnowed (if Barents of arreat cornbra. tha ttona and of men who hope to obtain fat retainers after retiring from publlo life by so demeaning themselves as not to ranrpaq incur,ina in win or greatconcerns, aye. manufacturing tarns "Bryan struck the keynpte when he uecjarea that the Amorlcan Deoole'wlll no. lppger tolerate publlpvmen who are under any obligations, financial, bltiotal or professional, tQ fhe pflyllejted' of the laV'and plijnderers P th DeoDla. r'''Mtl) fearless and IncorruptlbiH then to write p?in laws, and yt'Pf WppAtpW In ihe Wilson )p enacf them, we wn of a new and brligtpr Indu'jtfia! era." In a rival nolltlcal camo from Mr. Stanley, but with a purpose as patrlotlo and disinterested. Senator La Follette h been hammering away alonr the same line, uotn ne and Mr. Stanley were asslvtsd In great measure by Mr. be verl' SSffiVA rumor should Attorney1 fled become Oenral nniar Tlleon. the Kentucklan and the Wisconsin man could cheerfully support and And .comfort in that portion of the Administration. much-desirevlJ-latp- rs Agreeing to limit production. II Attempting to prevent competiAT FAIR tion in the 'ransportatlon, manufacture or sale of any article. "After sixteen months of laborious Investigation the, committee which Investigated the affairs of the Bteel Corporation not only reported the status of the concern, but proposod new legislation In the form of. bills which I had the honor to Introduce In the House. "Testerday there was Introduced In the Senate of New Jersev. with the express approval of the next President of the United States, bills prohibiting In that State the very practices which the legislation to which I have referred wilt prohibit in the United States. "At this time I have had no opportunity to Investigate the text of these bills, but the purpose of tho Federal legislation recommended by the comnan.,' mittee or by myself and the State legislation Indorsed by Oovernor Wilson are so....; t Identical, one being so drawn an to prohibit these prac'tlcos within the Btat and tho other wjthln the Fedeial Unlpr' SS:::: We In the preparation of theie measures the committee and Its chairman are Indebted for Invaluable assistance fur nlshrd without charge by some of tho treatfcJt Jurists In the nation, the most conspicuous among them being Louis OB.. D, Brandels, of Boston, and Robert R. Reed, of New York. Wileoa Inspire Confidence. "Oovernor Wllasn's brave and cheer eos. O tions. VERKON, KY. vi MARCH 6 and 7, Write for Catalogue 1913 Miller & Beazley Chandler, Auctioneer .. t CoL J P. os. ea3osseesaeaaeeaeoaaes0sAiaisa)aa)0(iB9-sa- a (ii,.tati(itsststisiiit(iit(f oottsttM :t::tttt:t:ttttt:tt::::i .:t: BS. ::::::::: oo' 0s Make Your Dollars Have More Cents ::::J5 oa 90st :::: LADIUMC DRUGGIST a a... e o MT. VERNON, KY. po. ..ea) .' e OB Our Motto: Quality Not Quantity iiiJSS lies.. en.. flo sgui 0SJ.. aetui Bast., Wo carry n full line of fine drugs, toilet articles and stationery. If you doubt our word come in and see for yourself. ..... .. ees SUM Our customers' wants looked after with Be. ! ileasure. If we haven't what you want, dndly let us knejw nncl we wil do our '" best tfl get it f8p ytqn .$ 'B a OB e a b OB B -- (!. stv. ... saiiu 25"" CHASt C, DAVE GRADING i't'si DRUpfil'f 80 phpnp Nr. es.. a ao 4ocooBoooaooooaiiii4iOa'wii3 Be(aBBiBaga)0Bft8slWi8-i m ,m I gaawjiagCTaawB Mardi oras FR0LIG NEW ORLEANS January 28February 3 LOW ROUND TRIP FARES ESTIVITT and MOBILE Puke'i Mtijtws, M'wp splepdjd pbaccp and mpftlff Cuvtcml friM thb't MirluMBf v hi anirlfd with an tr'W HOB3E , SHOW.T..HSJUHTyfAf- tthtr Hit or amtoni aw f rujr Children Ory FOR FLETCHER'S 1 Bf45MJMi- SURPRISE YOUR FRIENDS. Fpr four weeks regularly use Dr. King's New Life Pills. They stimulate the liver, Improve digestion, remove blood impurities pimples and eruptions disappear from your face and you feel bettor, egin at once Buy at Cuas. 0. Davis', fflbMsQrikS&M RETTE5, futi ScLom.M. "SI 14w aaiaaiiMiii '" w?M?TmlTTi A rf .'!' ' 1. MOTHERS 0ANSAPJ3fYBUY Dr.i King's New Plsoovery and give it to tho little ones when ailing and suffering with colds, coughs, throat or lung troubles, tastes nice, harmless, once nsed always used. Mrs Bruce Crawford, Ni agra, Mo. wnt?s: "uv. lung's New Discovery cnangeu our noy from a pale "weak sick bov to the picture of health". Always helps, Buy it at Chas. C. Uavis', castP! .mrn .ren uiy mmnmmnr im IA d ' J 4 ' ' '' ' " Tickets on Sajc January ?8, 2?, 0,1, February j, ?, 3; Return Limit to reach original starting point not later than February Fy,f; mTwfyivr,"tvii STQPrQVPR PRIVILrjQPS, & L', ll on ony Tbkt,AKnt, Oufon For detail II. C. KIM), I'aiwntcr and Ilckct Agent, 0f Oreusn pouts, orspplvto Atdin Street, Lsxlngton, Kyt FURS in llil uunn lllllfrr! nnn wnuc&bUi HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR RAW FUHSND HIDES Wool on Commltllon. Wrlla far n.lr.. nsi nMnuon no mil ad: AND HIDES EsUbUshed 1837 IP7 -l loiiisvi LUlTaV - .J.