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Mount Vernon signal Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1913 mou1913030701 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1913 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. V 4 v.v- - k ? ' Published Every Friday VOLUME XXVI. wenum MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KYM FRIDAY, W Mittttti4 ARCII 7, 1913. Established 1887 n,nBCC,s,3B1 gFKMtMfa ,1 NUMBER 23 c. "1i ,t y I. It " , WORKS. stone from tbe top which is reached feet high, with a capacity of about as much noise on the track by cars run up an incline and 2000 barrels of cenient daily, as a big moyne. C. C. Howell is arranged to work almost auto- - There is an abundance of coal master of ceremonies at the com At Pine Hill, this county, where The coal used for on the property which will be pany s commissary wuicn is a tbe company owns some 2000 matically. firing will be run up orf tbe utilized for mauufactruing pur-- i model of its kind, neat, clean as acres of mineral .lands, the Ken Coal inclii.e and dropped into chutes poses right at mouth of mines. a pin and well stocked with tucky Portland Cement & down to the" fur- Shipment of this coal to market seasonable merchandise. Euimett Co, nre going ahead steadily leading F. Bryantdoes the telegraphing with the big undertaking of erect- nace doors some 20 feet above is of secondary consideration. the foundation of structure. The and bellowing on two telephone In the office is found Harry ing their buildings, plant etc. The lines, the railroad and home wiiter took a few hours off one kilns will be under cover. The Snyder an expert lime when taken from bottom of who has charge of all accounts company at the depot and is dav .ast week in the company of kiln falls into tram cars which and tho pay roll which now constantly figuring on how much A I). Furnish, the Cashier of Bank of Mt. Vernon, accorananed Mnw"iy" lo "noiner portion of amounts to upward $6000 monthly more work he will have to do at his Harry Snyder, the K. P. book- - the buhding where it is treated there being 267 employes now .station when the K. P. gets 'to ..... find mllloH- rr It.; " n. J.nl.J lt "voiuckcu 1I on pay roll. In one part of the' tunning lull blast and wondering KteDtr. to Me plant at fine Mill over. Superintend by progress) 'n which condition office building is the "blue print" bow many assistants the company and lookcd.it ent M. A. Steclrel and peace it retains its strength indefinitely room in which is a large case .will allow bira when that time V'e didn't have time to nfllcer Frank Outron met the trio and can be used for any purpose containing all blue prints per- - arrives. for which 'lime is adapted. It is taining to tho lime plant, of ltarh-thhobbies of any of our at depot and conducted them over .to wheretbobigbuildingoperatiqns claimed that this product can be Which there are one hundred in friends on tho works but was aru uuder way, a distance of some hold at 4 per ton. All machinery number and of the cement plant told that Mr.' Seibert particularly thing line a null mile from the in connection with this plant is one thousand sheets are required enjoyed tbe music ot squealing the plans and bogs under tho cliffs near "Pennsrailroad station and is reached run by elect lie mortor; such as to illustrate the stone crusher, concrete mixer, specifications of this proposed im- ylvania-' on cold nights. Peace '.by a standard guoge railroad track over which the K. P. Co , runs its hauling coal cars between mines mense building which will re- officer Catron and Mr. Snyder are and tip bouse Everything done quire something like a year to raising pure blood swine and own si on locomotive in Val between' the station ispiitup in first class order with complete. C. T. Simmons is as poultry jp South Valley. cars Freemon, the guard) thinks the and tbe works, coal tipple included a view of strength and safety sistant Just before reaching the works No slioddv work goes with these J. W. Dreisbach is general company ought to furnish him iu with a blue suit with big brass we came upon V. P. Freeman, the people. They propose to put the manager with head quarters plant up in propershape regardless Lincoln building in Louisville. buttons and a policeman's "billy". iiard, who sees that none gets by without a pass or being ot first cost. Tha track and wires Telophone connection is had direct Emmett Bryant will answer a This is to mines, the tip house, in fact with the works from Louisville short quick "ring" when raad.e properly vouched for one of tbe company's rules to evrt thing in connection with the over the 'Cumberland, telephone on any Qld linp Sfpckel has ha rifljee and cottagp No 1 telejpreveut accidents to onlookers or plant shows that a master hand is and the Rockcastle Rome com- the upon directing, affairs and that tbe panies through Mt. Vernon. phones rewired with barbed fenct others who have no business the premises while building opera- Superintendent manager and em Headquarters keop posted daily ing wire, nq, foitr naught, to tions are going oa. This rule is ployes aro carrying out instruct via telephone as to what progress withstand the heavy voltage created The electric is being made on the enterprise. by bis "dutch" talk over them. nteo applied to employes when ions to the letter, not at work on tbe job, i$t Joaf light plant is no small affair M. A. Sttckel is Superintendent Kltner Jones v says some of the ing around the plant. The first either. Lights are found in the in charge and keeps things moving bunch are good riders if they could things we encountered after passing rnJAes, office, commissary and S. M. Hummel is assistant super- manage to climb to the back of G Renberg, field a horse. extend from Rockcastle to Penn- - intendent. lthuard Were four immense engineer is on the job. We found a splendid and clever L. 0. svlvaula, boarding (cottages) steel cylinders placed on bouses and ajong paths between amitn cniet electrician, ana a set of men in charge of the works Sisavy concrete foundations and lined witfe thousands of fireproof the various cottages purched on gocd. one (pp. Mat Seibert fore- and all have our thanks for " brick. Thi is tjie lime plant and the picturesque mountain sides man of carpenters with Elfflef courtesies extended wb.ie inwhen put tu operation will turn among huge boulders and fine Jones assistant, Andrew Qentry specting the big plant, Cottage No. 1. is loreman of building crew. Howout seventy five torn of bydrated shade trees SURPRISE YOUR FRIENDS kilns are each where Superintendent Strckel ard Mangel the structural steol liiue dailv. These For four weeks regularly use Dr. spends his nights where he can foreman knows his calling allright 54 feet hkjch and 17 feet in diameter King's New Life Pills. .They At tbe bottom and requires 1,200 be reached by telephone if needed. and is right there with the goods s.timnlatq.jvlhelivr, improve di couliuuo when wanted, i John Pope, of gestion, remove oioou impurities 000 firebricks in their construction If vveaiher conditions A large building ipr machinery, frvornbU Jhg Jme plant will be Livingston, is puUing thejtlirottle Jjples41nj,erpntions4iapj)ear irom is being erected jn connection com"j)lete3"y Map sTjT or""jun- on the K. P. C. & C. Co's. No. begin your tace ana you leel oetter at once. Buy at Chas. 0. JLst- - when Jl is proposed to begin 1 locomotive, a little fellow but with tie lime works far Jt8 UiU Davis'. ment and handling; size ot build, Ifcc consjtruclon of the big cemenj powerful in its work ot switching ancj transferring paps, pqllin ing t85 feet long, 7o feet high, building lybicfr will be looo feet concrete long with varying width from ijeyrjck ropes as a hojs,ting eng-lnmassive placed on a fflR fLUTGHER'S foundation. Tho kilns will be fed 43 to 120 feet and from 20 to 7 Qtc John, with bis flo. 1. keeps PINK HILL'S BIG On) 4 " - book-keep- er I AWiuuBaaiMfflsair THE LAST CALL WjMMiMHMTfrtTsmffmrrg'aaiiiiflHMBa' FTHE mi n?muniia!, OHHHBBBEWI 1 v. I BIG CLE PRICES GOOD SALE 3ai.'a,saaKaam'aTOi e FOR TWO MORE We WEEKS 111 trans-ferriti- n Absolutely the biggest cuts in prices on Shoes, Clothing and Hats ever offered. Wo have cut and literally slashed prices to pieces. Never Before Have Such Low Prices Been Offered goods that .wo am ofifirlnawill make us more popular than ever with our custom-Bu- y ers. to day. Don't wait till too late. are determined that these book-keepe- r. SAVE abqut one-ha- lf 30 price Sale price Sale price Sale price Sale price Sale price Sale price to $9,50 $8.75 50 per cent 4c yd Bq yd 75c yd 50c yd 38c yd 19c yd About 200 MEN'S SUITS at Dry Goods Best Standard Calico Best Dress Ginghams All $1 Dress Goods u All 75c tl All 50c f( All 25c SILKS as low as $J8 Suita, up-irigf- 1 $16 Suits, $15 Suits, $750 $12 Suits, $6.00 $10 Suits, $5:00 9 Suits, $ $4,50 Some Job Lot Suits $2.75 at 14 J-4th 20 Overcoats price l-4- 1- -4 th price HATS Hats to t close at 50 cents, 75c? 90cts. and$lt TPSWI" HATS HATS 25c yd SHIRTS, NECKWEAR and all kinds of Furnishings cut to the bone. T.rade with us make your dollars, do double duty. - PRICES ON 1ST Meat RQCERmSaBSDLUTELV' SUGAR Lard Coffee and Fiour- - gluten Qpy GRANULATED OASTORIA FURNITURE e cents a pound very low prices 5 3 Car Loads If s A Fact Most Men Come this Store for ,f Their Spring Clothes o American Fence 2 Car H&rdware Hardware Stone-WarCar Load 1 FURNITURE Loads Am. Fence Hardware Kind of Stone-War- e The Right Kind of Goods at the Right Prices men who come here ior your wearing apparel season YOU season, will find us in better shape than ever to outfit you with your Spring Clothes, You'll be given the samp Jdnd pf fair, honest treatment, and dependable, guaranteed-for-qualit- y merchandise that you've always found an attractive feature in this store. Yourll see bigger, finer and more complete stocks than heretofore. Good IP 1 ohoes r --JH STfr-r- g) for P?Oa rBa LESS ra.i vi ti wi ;&JaMKiBj SLK; hx vn oney l&7 SbW The newest things to wear for Spring are malb gQQ& well represented, and daughter, Miss 'spent a fow Oma Brown, returned to her home at Kea'7, dajs in Stanford Laurel county, Saturday. M . everything is priced right and guaranteed to make good, or we'll Bptfaklng of our ginwmteu, If you'vo ever bought anything hero that did not fully satisfy you, let us know and we'll make it right.' That's the way wo do business that's why we've succeeded so splendidly in gaining your confidenae. Tho reason you rnako tbib store the hoadqunrters fon your clothes is because you've boi'n well' pleased with your previous purchase here. Isn't that so ? Drop in today or You ought to bo ready for your Spring Clothes now. So those of you-wh- o tomorrow, anyway, and see tho newest styles in wearables. aave never been We the sanio cordial invitation is extended. Come in and get cq uninted. We'll be glad to show you 'round. v last week the guests of Mrs. Dr. D. E. Haiti's brother, Prootor Miss My i tit Murray, of Crab Orchard, is with relatives here this week Miss Pete Hower, of Shelbyville, is visiting his daughter, Mrs. Vo Carter this week. -- Mrs. J. !. Pike returned home Monduy from Stanford where she has been under tho care of Dr. 1J. J Diowii for tbe past ten Albright sold a pair niuk-to John Harris, of Laur 3l cointy. for 3 10 00, and boug it a pair fropi Mode Hamm, connot known. sideration Dr. Gravely has begun the erection of a store building on tho t where his house was destroyed by fire a short time ago. Judging from tho number of carpenters he is worKiug it will bo but a very short timo until the hou a will be completed. days.--Jiichard Ready for Your Spring Clothcraft Suit? need it soon, Now's n good time to got it. Our big spring shipf mpnju.9t arrived and there aro many ohoipe styles and pleasing patterns o "doth, yoit'4 want to wear this season, And yon know that your Clothoraffc suit la guaranteed for wool, wear and You'llmd the makers' gnarantoo in tho inside pocket of 'satisfactory spvvico always, $10 to $25 . Special values at $15, it. the coat, Look for your suit . Come in $18 or $20 . an3jgftit PBkpio -- Sutton. CLOTHING, SHOES & AND McBee DRY-GOOD- S L la Albright was down from Mt Vernon with troni Fnchu until Monday. Dr. Geo. Frith returned to his home in Tellico Plums, Tonu , TuosJay. He w.'is nccompanioil by his sKter, Mrs. L M. Brown. Clove was. at home Wilniott from Knoxvillo, 'renn ,' llrst of the J"v' week. Mrs Walter Miller and children of Lebanon Junction, were with MISS TlMPHST WAHD. 'Mrs. M. K. Wilmnth thn first. To the Repubhcans of Rockcastle: of t,)e Week.Arlhur Anu0l,S0n, After careful consideration I of pariS( WJS . t()wn yatlird have decided to enter tho race for and Sun(lnvMr und Mrs ., , School Suponntendent of Rock- - R Cartel. hav0 reUum;d homQ CHRONIC STOMACH TRO CURED. castle County, subject to tho action aft0J, 8pondin severR, WCJelra There is nothing mo;e discourof tbe Republican party at tbe whh roUtlves ln Shoibyville atld aging than a chronic disorder f Primary, August 2 19 13. Is not surprisii g the Owenton.-E- dd 0weus is in Lex- - thatstomach sutler it for years with many 1 mvc uwu C..KuKv:u .u u,U lngtQl an(, pans this week worn ior uie puat six. yvnis. 11 Jones and Jesse P.sh woro down such an ailment when a permane it curc js within their reach and st i rrl T UIUWU1 fs-- lfir f i rial n i t r from w Vornon Suturday and do tiau ior a trine f 'vvnout o 10 iuuuiwu,wmou.w sucnasanoticerfinoumgivo Sund S0Qms njJ lhore is ear ago," says P. H. 6eck, or Trusting that I may huvo the wme attraot,01 , town for lQ Wnkelee, Mich., "I bought a pa Cbaruberlain's Tablets, i ul support of the people, regardless K Arm,. hinceof using them I have felt per1 remain 01 tuei: pontics, filled his fectly welL I had previously u;d j tage, ot East llernstadt Yours very truly. I'egular apuointment at tlit any number of different mekicin s, (Miss) Tempest Waud, I Methodist church Saturday and but none of them were ol lasting Sunday. Miss Dcrtln bturms,! benefit." For sale by C. C Dv is 1IH0U1IEAU. Some. who has been atten ing school Some men talk la their sloop bo and her nore for the past iv', - months, cause that U the oul; cbanco they gft Mrs. AUen Hlatt, 'f s , rry K 1 ! 7-B- . I t 11 r? 1 m-i- u i-a- Fish-s.Th- e I K f 1 -- M I-- . Wi. H . H M f , ! r '?'! ' .. in sMi """ ' '" Sim at llillsboro, N. 0. in January 1775 MT. VERNON SIGNAL mid left there with his hi VINtJHTON colonists March 1st 1775 for Kentucky ' H Miss Nettie Rico visited friends Friday, March 7, 19 13 SUMMER COLDS of Daniel under the guidance nt Pino Hill, 8aturdajT. -- Messrs j Boone. The first not bo neglected, It means a condition in pige of the David Lindsay and J. P E. Drum ngs that brines on Pneumonic, Bronchitis or; ') Published every Ftiday by diary is a copy of the General PR mond attended the Royal Arch etner serious disease, EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT, relative to the Law of finglsnid " meeting at Mb. Vernon, Monday public loiuls in her colonies. The 1 evening. S, 0. Franklin, the L $1.00' seuiud page iu the interpretation OBSCRIPTION OHK YKAR & N witch inspector, was here of that law by the Attorney W. M Preston has Monday Advtriising rates made known on General of Fngland. Then comes purchased a house and lot on Main seveial pages embracing av contract 7s a good remedy for sore throat and cold settled in the lunirs. is application m street from D Bryant; price paid eases pain In tho chest, hoarseness, obstlnato coughs, congestion In with tho members ot his colony, Mr Preston will move $1,500 tho luncs, loss of volco and lnflammitlon. It Is n, fino family remedy, twn of whom snid their nlant tions mado only of tho purest Ingredients und possesses a wonderful r XfWMTtWP n into this property in a few days. s ,,d "egroes to my great grand- and healing Influence In tho lungs, throat and bronchial tubes. -- J. P. E Druminond has pur KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION Ht Children Hko It because It Is pleasant to tho taste; It Is a quick Mtner in oraer to go wan tins relief for tho throat nnd lung disorders to which children aro subject. chased a house Hnd lot from Her co'ony. I own those lands bert Spinks; price 750. Messrs. Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 per Bottle. Vlw.n tlm inei. llir mllnl'ltnllm J. P. E Druinmond, L. G Fiilin Buy tho $1X0 els' It contains flvo times as much as tho 23e six, dents ot the journey wetc given in and Charley Rice attended the nnd you get Vith each bottlo a Dr. Hcrrlclt's lied Popper Porous a very interesting manner. Rut Plaster for tho chest Masonic banquet given at Leba-uoone th.it struck me very forcibly JAMES F. BALLARD PROPRIETOR ST. LOUIS, MO, C E. Monday evenirig. was that on 10th of June there apWeak Slsht or Sore Erca, uho Stephens Eye Salve, It cares. KM Rice has accepted a position as Por ANNOUNCEMENTS. peared at his camp one William conductor on the L & N R R Fitzhugh from Fredricksburg, JAILEK. SOLoANoRrXOMMtMBepUY with headquarters atLexingtui. Wo Are Authorized to Announco Va,, who came to his camp to FRANK IiAICKU A. Taylor has resigned his poAi a candidate for Jnllerof Hochcaatle siitejwtto purchase some of his land, and by sition as Supervisor and C H. the action 01 me jtapauuciiu vv.m ....,..-- . Primary, 1013. brought the news of the battle of Mitchell ha been appointed in his We Are Authorized to Announce HAUTIY JON'EO Lexington, which was fought on Jftllerofnockjext!-- ' tu.i lyt to 9eas0ss8Osiss8oaao08saaRciaseasatf(BSooaaesaeaBS0e place. Mr. Taylor has moved his Ae a candidate for At OSSSIIOSIISSSUKSSSttSSSIISSISSSOStOStSSSItSeSltMSOSS family to Urodhcud. Con A slier, tbe iwtlon of tho Hcpdollcnu juirty, Aunuot Pri- tho igth of April previous. mary, 1013, the p'esent day such news Wo Are Authorized to Announoe of Richmond, visited his sister, JAMES WIN3TTAIJ would be flashed to the whole Mrs L. H. Davis. Saturday. a candidate for Jailor of HoclteeMlo suNect to As the action or tno jtepuoucan iwriy, country in a less number of 1013. Miss Lucinda Dess has returned We Are Authorized to Announco seconds than it required days in from n visit to relatives nt Mt. J. C. MIZE As n candidate for Juller ol Itochrnntlo eubleot to those times. Vernon. Mrs. Oscar Argon-brigh- t the action of tho llupuullcan party. Aunaii l'n- roary. 1013. Hendorsjn seemed to have had and children are visiting BHF.RIFF. trouble over his lands. The State relatives in Cnrbin this week We Are Authorized to Announce OAM MULLINS of North Carolina fought his title Mr. Ivin Rash, of the Scuggs subject to A a candldoto for Shoiltrof Hckciwils tho action or thoIRoimblican party, August rn- - upon the ground tint be was dealCreek section, will leave this week mary, 1013, ing with the Indians instead of for Bloomington, III., to make his 00UN1Y CoUKT CLERK with the State. Virgin.a fought We are authorized to announce future homo. Born to the wife of a P. BOWMAN as County Court his title upon the ground that if V. M. Graves on tho first, n lino A a candidate for subject to th action ClorKofRockcastlecouuty, the boundary line was' extended oftheRepubllea-- party, AUBuaiprlnmry 1013. girl. Mrs Frank Wallin and between Virginia and North CaroSUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS. children, after a few day's visit We Are Authorized to Announce lina, it would be found that he with Mrs J. H. Walton, left for MISS TEMPEST WARD side of the As a candidate for Superintendent of BpLooIs of was on the Virginia their home at Barbourville, MonKockcentla subject to tho action or tho Republican party, August Primary, 1013. line. The Tuscarora upon the day, O C. Cromer, the Scaggs MAOISTUATE ground that the lands in question Creek merchant, who has n stock Aro Authorlzod to Announce We was un 1m11.11 luuu iiuuiiDggrounas W. M. SOWDUl of goods in our town, seems to be As a candldato for Magistrate Finn Mnulsterlal as Mt. Vornouana Walnut it was of the Cherokees, with ulntrln, composed ot doing a land oflice business arove vutlutr products, subject to tho aLtlonof the Hepublloau party voneral ptimary elucticu, Aug- whom he was dealing. The Boone way Booster t lit b that ust 3, 1013. Alter the Revolutionary war was organized here some time ago Half a million splendid citizens was over and the Virginia and seems to be growing very f,st. have been lost to Kentucky be- North Carolina boundary lines Following is a list of officers: Dp. cause shut iu by their own high had been determined, the fctate of R. G. Webb, president; W. H mountains and iu touch with ihe Virginia compromised tho matter ; J. P. E. Krueger, with him. He was the same Jndge outside world only by trails Boys W. E. Drummond, secrotary; impassible. Henderson whom the "Regulators" Grav. ass't secretary ; T. W. Their boudago through circum- took off the bench at Hillsboro Sara-s- , treasurer. Meetevery Fri"We have also added a large line of stances has continued for more and entered up the docket to suit day night. The new coal bins their own views. than a century. I have letters have been completed and tho con-Ready- While civilization has progressed from him to my tractors have returned home by leaps and bounds the mountain when they wero youngsters, before for Ladies j( Tho bins are something that our people generally have remained eitber were married. He belongs town should bo proud of. Bill in every particular. Ladies examine our much as they were when, accord- to cue of the most distinguished Cummins, the matrimonial cundi-datSpring and Summer UNDERWEAR. ing to John 'Fox, "tue breaking families of this State aud who of Mt. Vernon, was here of a hame string" kept them from are still distinguished. He seems Sunday. Miss Myrtle Bryant, following the party of piono.-rs-, to have gteatly depended upon who is attending school at Richwho came from Virginia and North Daniel Boone. mond, was here between trains, Carolina to settle iu the bluegrass A large lino of Lsdies' and .Mines' Ready- Excuse mo lor having digressed Saturday,, enroute home to Mt Trimmed Hals. so far. Being interested in all region of Kentucky. Mrs. Eugene Broyles, Vernon. Descendants of a noble ancestry that pertains to Boone and Henof Pluto, and Mrs. T. J. Niceley, godly Scotch Highlanders they derson, I allowed myself to drift. were guests ofjMrg. W G Niceley Don't fail to visit our big store before you have preserved their sense of Indeed I think the 'route of have most anyof this place, Satnrday. Mrs. G. make your spring purchases. We personal integrity and practiced "Boone Way'' should be worked D. Cook and daughter Miss Lida, thing you want. their ideals of hospitality ai,d from Hillsboro, N. C. to Ken have returned from I ouisville kindliness. tucky. Miss Ella Mae Blanfo'dj has reIsolated, they have lived and I send you, in this, a reprint turned from LaFoletto, after a loved, married and died, unsullied from the Charlotte paper that week's visit with relatives. Mrs. by foreign immigtation; a vast will no doubt be of interest to you. G. W. Martin and Mrs. Bernard community of pure I hope to meet you at the Fer orHagan are visiting reltitives at splendid iu physique, noble iu al Aid Conventiou in Washington, Rowland this week. While we character, loyal by instinct, illiter- D. C. on the Cth. March. There write we just happen to think that .. . . . t : s ate but not ignorant, devoutly I wMi to say something in behalf nstSS. we are now under a .democratic religious but often knowing no of our proposed Southern National ess... a Our thoughts KB administration. DCS... better law than an eye for an eje Highway. a turn to Washington City aud we Qs.i .S99 Tho and a tooth io a . tooth" llight here I wish to thank you Of) ..nsoa es... a could not help thinking about the above from an article iu last Sun- most giatefully for the support of OS... a strange scone that was taking aoss. day's Courier Journal; yet tnat your state, through you, in seplace there today for the lirst journal would bo willing that we curing the Central Route instead soa time in sixteen years, we im.oe more of the Gulf States route should go lor centuries Since eats.. oe agine we see men packing their eos.x, a withoat roads if the goveruuieut coming home from Ashville, I & sea trunks and grips preparing for a Oass.i had to build them for us. The have tabulated both routes and IIMH soa home coming; wo imugino we s9 hear them singing the following : 0. J 's "principles" areagia' any- find that counting the States! Ooss. 0 a Boss. thing iu way of government aid contiguous on the right and left COS.. ea store sea "We are homeward bound, Won't eo for" of those iu which the route is es... to the mountains: wants it all 8 you join this defeated crew," otc. ? a its canal and retaining walls to located, along with them, the mail is being opened. while While upon the other aide there J Ml Con- SOS.. keep tho river out of its city Central will serve i.j7 ea is a rusli, men coining from all Consistency is a rare gressional districts while Gulf Si::: fact streets. you to come in and see ea parts of the U. S., hoping that ea bird about the Courier Journal's states route would serve only 117 ea tho pie will hold out until all can 0I ea roost. a difference of 30. Then the re- as... place in ea get a slice. Lot us all hope that aeSM mote States left on the central ceos... ea the next four years ma7 be a ea s... so long as the mountains route is Florida with 4 district.'; ea prosperous time. Just 00 very .a cau be used to its own advantage while the remote states left out 0s. ea a THE FORTY YEAR TEST. ea the city of Louisville pals us on on the Gulf States route are 0s... ea Cos... An article must have exceptional ea C. the back but when the word Kentucky 11, Missouri iG, making 0s.. ea merit to survive tor a uenod of ea "reciprocity" is mentioned the 27 district1. So wo did the Avise es... a years. Chamberlain's Cough ea forty city's businese men pretend iguo thing at Ashville, in voting the ees. s... Remedy was first offeted to the ea as... ea public in 1872. From a small be ranee of such un English word. Ce Ural route. us... ea With best wishes and my re- Oes... ea grown in favor and "All for Louisville uotliin' for the Oas ea ginning it has aesst. : : : : t ; : ; : ; ; i xU : . ; i popularity until it has attuned a ....--.&- . newed thanks. mountains". 0 AA....AABBT aaaaaaaaa a . world wide reputation. Yon will Very cordially your friend, find nothing better for a cough or Bknnhhan Cameron. Beunehan Cameron, Prest. cold. Try it and you will underNorth Carolina Railroad Company, stand why it is a lavorite after a DcCStCSgD&DC period of more than forty years. It Stagvillo, N. C. I it oures. not only gives relief Feb. 28, 1913. Por Infants and Children. For sale by C. C. Davie. Mr. James Marut TI19 Kind You have Always Bought THE BEST COUGH MEDICINE. Mt. Vernon. Ky. 1 Boars tho I Dear sir and friend: "I have used Chamberlain's . X J-- f WCv&C Your letter addressed to mo at Blgnaturo of Wm&v Cough Remedy eVer since I have been keeping house", says L. 0. Ashville has just reached mo, "1 Hames, of Marbury, Ala. having followed me around. I ARE YOU A COLD SUFFERER? consider it one of the best reme trust you have gotten over your My children dies I ever used.' Take Dr. King's New Discovery fatigue and uow ready for further Tub Best Cough,, Cold, Throat COMPLETE LINE have all t ken it and it works like good work. I read your article in and Lung medicine made. Money For sale by All Deala charm. Coffins, Caskets and Robes, the Mt. Vekkon Signal with refunded if it fails to cure you. ers. Mail, Telograph or Telepleasure and reread your address Do not hesitate take itat our risk j3IHtlaaaaaaV3flKr 7lLsaHsBIlllllaA H. First dose helps. J. R. Wells, phone orders Promptly at Ashville which I had heard Flovdale, Texas, writes: Dr. .. j there with much interest Filled. m icings new aiscovery curea my T Imp MT. VERNON, KY. seen tho original diary terribie C0URi, an( coId, j alned Henderson who j 5 pounds." Buy it at Cbas. C Baker Building, Up, Stairs. oljude Richard Rooms recently oceupled by Drs. HaU prgauized the Transylvania Colony Davis', :&$DC&D&)OC 3C$3G$Dll$& 111 n I '"' 1 i,.- iw minssiiiniMiiii " - W-I- 2y -- P A OTfl D IA For Infants and Childron. Ballard's Horehound Syrup 1 1 The I3 '' ECind You Have Always Bought SSSBSSSS& Bears ae Signature DigesHonJCtelU-ncs- s 1 sooth-In- p3.W ALCOHOL 3 PEIt OENT AVcgclaWePitpanilionforAs , H9ft to-da- y 9 fcXEN KmiV Mllillill Pronolcs A. XW In n. law ULh SM rii, BSKI and RestContalns neiiicr Opium.MorpIiin.e nor Mineral 01 wmm&w0 li" IWJ 1Ju kot Narcotic. JtepHit Srcd" JlxWtSl-jtiiuSe- td For Sale CHAS. C. DAVIS lismSctJ- - uuuuj-h-mary- , tso0s.elsi c L LIVINGSTON. KY. iii&yrmbi-r- . Anerfcct Rcmsdv for Cmulliti 1 Ion , Sour Stoiaacli.DlTittoci i SSR lcSkiiL' Sijnawre of oc&re Y THC CIMTAUH Use For Over 'm$ jlUl tm Wi IWRWrl!TlSi3fli Knnrnnleed umlcr tlie t'oodail ij-iWwjUTniii The Centaur CompasT, NEW YORK. Thirty Years Is showing i one of the largest and best lines of ...u...M Ttisr " TORIA COMNNf, NCW VOHR Exact Copy of Wrapper. CITT t ever brought to town The HELDMAN Brand JUUli ng New Line of rv . Goods I vice-preside- well-nig- h For Men, Young Men and JUST RECEIVED We have the best of Goods"- great-grandfath- to Wear Waists and Skirts and our prices right Call and see us fr--. Up-to-dat- e e LADIES' HATS West E fofiain NOE Street MT. VERNON, KY. E. L. Augo-Saxon- s LIVINGSTON, KY. ' Cockrell t ..- - iK. Banking Mi0itoiotflteieitaioDOfefititoioi'ii en. ..... ....... ......a ...... ..a.. . ttf9ftiiitvfta Ideals "Just in proportion to its its. prudence, its libernlilv within conservative bounds, is tho bank a blessing to the people it serves. progressiveness, aK 0s-Oos... CMYK'S PLACE Opposite Post Office We invite you to wait in our the "90 its enterprise, as. This bank constantly deavors to meet these en- a.. we want us our new In ..ea 'Ot ..ea THE PEOPLES BANK TJ. anyway Come. .ea -- O. BAKER, President. J' f5t Vlce.-Pre- J.P.E. DRUMMOND, Yours truly, n IMv.THOMJ'SONJr., Cashier. CLAUDK O COX, Ass't. Cash as' CHAS. DAVIS, CASTOR A f ZU ?--,- C$3q&3C$ .(siss ..... ..&.... Phone 29 Leading Druggut. x JONAS McKENZIE GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER SELZ SHOES THE ?. a ROYAL fl BLUE" Brodhead Ky F you need a, ' good pair of shoes it " is to your interest to examine the Selz line before you buy. R. i "KT Dentist CONOVER "JONAS McKENZIE MT. VERNON, KY,. field 5cHarrla. ) " MT. VERNON SIGNALl .Mt. Vkrnon, Ky., March 7,1913 up you wan"No. 7g" wtian ItoCnmmunl. 79 Callnu wicn HIQNAL 79 Kentucky Educational Association. Mch. 7'3t. Deputy Sheriff Cam Mullins was for $2000 damages awarded against Graybiel who stabbed him nt London some time ago while making arrest. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. O'Mara are rejoicing over the arrival of 1;heir first born, a fine boy, named James Lovell. The mother used to be Mis-- Leila Mae Lovell. W. J. Newcorab, of Fort Worth Texas, advises that the Kentucky Society of Texas has endorstd the Booneway movement and is in correspendence with the Texas. Congressmen asking O'cin to support ' the movement when presented in Congress. s ottndtriPuAet,to Louisvme Round trip ticket to Atlanta for for $4 oo April ' a3, 29 and 30th. ji.10.25 May 12, 13, 14, r5, 19 20 limited to Ma,5th. account 01 imitJune 10'h 1913 nccounfo ol "Judge S'. TTLewis showed the LOUKVILIC A NAtHVILUC R. R. Co. TIME TABLE. -- 22 uortn 24 nortn 38 south 21 douth AS. 4.59 p m 3:53 a m 11:38 , am 12:19 a in Landrum, Agent. Phone No. 8. , Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice m second-clas- s tnall matter. PERSONAL K. J McKinney Is improving rapidly. rt y- -t ' B5 ;k to make needed changes in ' the boundary of improve. Alltwho feel that they need Mrs. J. B. Proctor, of Orlando, their places changed from the is with Mr. and Mrs. S. Ramsey, district in which they now are Miss Rosella Roberts, of Berca, will please take the matter up was the guest of Mrs. J. F. Griffin with their trustee and chairman last week. at once. If 'I.E. Thompson bought 0 S. grasp Mt. Vernon people do not J. W. KiKCKR, Chairman. the present opportunity to fl. Martin a cpttage on West get electric lights we ought never a A Postal from wholesale vMain St. talk improvements again. Take dealer in field seed in Louisville Atty. and Mrs. J. W. Brown it from us if Mt. Vernon does not addressed to one of oui merchants spent n portion of the week in get lights under he present dated Oct. 11, 1897, quotes Choice Louisville. opportunity she never Will have Red Clove", Clover, recleaued,, at Bird Cummins has typhoid fever thorn, until the present bunch dies Per bushel while another and tits baby is very sick with out or moves away and new one received by the same merchant scarlet fever. blood gets control. this week trom Louisville quotes There was a meeting of the Mrs. E. 0. Broyles and Master havoc the same Red Clover'at $12.00 Mothers Club last Thursday afterThe weather man played William Alvah Catron, of Lincoln, with the Miller & Beazley hors per bushel. Sapling Clover at noon at the Langdon Memorial are with relatives here this week. sale yesterday. The horses and that time as 4 per bushel and School. The attendance on this Mr. and .Mrs. T. C. O'Mara are mule were on hand but the buy'- - now it is just $12.25. afternoon was the best we have rejoicing over the arrival of their ers few. A good crowd is expect Hendersons of Kockcastle, hud this year, Due fo the fact, The firat born, a little son. James Lovell ed today it the weather Iwill per- County are decendants of Judge that the mothers" of the primary O'Mara. mit. The only sale made yester Henderson, of North Carolina, grades of the graded school have of the Mr. and Mrs. Kudolph Praub, day war one pair of mules belong who founded the Transylvania joined with mothers of Scranton, Pa., have been with ing to Cscar D. Bryant, which colony in Kentucky, leaving Hills- kindergarten ,audjjtke primary of Mr. Fraubs sister, Mrs. Fritz sold for $330. We will give a boro, N. C. on March 1st. 1775 L. M. S. there r seems to have Krueger. full account of the sale in' our next conducted by Daniel Boone. See infusedjnto vthe club new lifer and our very interesting letter from interest". Mr. and Mrs. Winfrey Sweuey issue. Among the points of vital interthe Tar Heel State in this issue and Miss Anna Thompson, of Mt. Vernon and Livingston of the Signal. is of peculiar est to the parents and children Crawfordville, Ind. were the guests It men interest to citizens of this aud that were discussed was that ot a business and professional of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Poynter will soon use envelopes wph a curfew law which resulted in the most othrr Kentucky counties. this week. map ol Boone Way printed on A few years after above date framing of a petition to this Mrs. Mollie. Rider who has been the back thereof. The arrow of the effect, to bo put before tho town in the hospital Louisville, for on this map will probably be Jacky Maret, grand-fathe- r writer and Johnathan Cook our board. t' she is reversed to point South several the The next meeting of this club in company of not any better. direction our trade should go Mitchell Maret and others left will be held at Jhe Graded school R. H. Coleman, of Lebanon, instead of Morth. Hillsboro coming to this State. the last Thursday in March and all and O: V. Jarrett, of Brodhead, Other towns along the proposed The two first named settled in the mothers of'Mt. Vernon are were with our Commercial Club highway are joining in this crusade Garrard county and the latter in invited to be present. Tuesday night. for justice aud fair treatmeut to Rockcastle then Lincoln county. Mr. and Mrs. John Crawford the Mountains. LANGDON MEMORIAL Mr. Cook died about 1840 Jacky and sons, Ray Clark and Henrv. SCHOOL. Maret died 1803 and Mitchell Miss Nora Rich, of Harriman, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs Twenty-tw- o others were presMountz. of Maret died about 1869. Tonn , and Mode Crawford. Clay City, Ky., ent at tho meeting of the Mothers' were married Louis Miller a Duroc man was Mis. W. J. Sparks and daugh- Wednesday afternoon at the home in Lebanon and Springfield last Club on Tuesday afternoon.' These Miss Bess, who have been ter, meetings are increasing in interest of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Miller, of jn Louisville for .several weeks, this place. Miss Rich has been week attending the Duroc Jersey as vell as attendance. Hog sales pf J. O. Dnncan and' are now in Mississippi. Miss Abernathy spends each visiting Mrs. Miller, who is her Louis Maret and little Miss aunt, for two weeks or more and Mayes & McKee Bro's. Mrs. Sarah Wednesday morning at the Graded Annie T. Ftench, of the Wildie is a very attractive young lady and kept tab on each sale prices raging School with sight reading classes community, have been with Mr. prominent in Harriman society. from $40.00 to $3000.00 dollars and Miss Wanzer Friday, with per head for bred sows and gilts. and Mrs. J. Fish since Friday. Mountz is a succesrful mill men of Buyers were plentiful. Duroc domestic sciencei Miss Eva Moore has returned t Clay City. They left on the afterSallie Stewart, Lela Albiight, breeders were there lrom Illinois, her home at Berea yesterday, after noon trai forHarrimui where they Indiana, Tennessee, Tabitha and Sarah Htatt, and Alabama, and a two weeks visit with Mr. and will reside. were homeoierSunday. old Kentucky. Louis says if Mrs Hugh Miller on Ncwcomb The chapel this week has been our famers could ouly look on and Coming on March 23, Easter javrnue. see about 100 head of fine, smooth, conducted by Mr. Wttson, who has Word comes lrom Harrodsburg Sunday will be earlier this year large pedegreed Duroc Hogs they given us strong helpful talks on that Mr. J. L. Joplin is in a very than it has been since 1856. For would never keep another sand th fol'twing topics: 'lh Man, years there has not The earnest ninety-fivcritical condition. splitter on their farm. McKee Christ Jesus; Becoming a D'sciple; The of his many warm friends' been an Easter Sunday earlier Bros bought the great Duroc boar The Cost of Dbo'pl-hhlp- ; prayer this .county, is that the life o; than March 28, and during the (.Defender) from E. S. Mays pay- Church Meinber-ij- i p Question; and in this splendid old man mav be remainder of the twentieth century ing $7500.06 dollars for him. Mr. The Call of Jesus.,;' Mrs. Dodd, of Ottawa, was in spared lor many- - years yet to there will not be an Easter Mays having paid $5000.00 dollars observed earlier than March 24. Tuesday to see about placing her come. for this Hog only a short time In 1856 Easter Sunday fell daughter in bchool. f A. G. Bartlott. ago Since that time the W. J. Sparks Co, on March 23. There will be n good opening accidentally dropped n 38 pecial on it has twice been on the twentj We understand thore are some for an experienced new paper man ot the month, but never three or four along the proposed at an early man 'nt an early date, the concrete floor of the porch ol fifth years In 1818, niney-fivearlier. his bungalow Tuesday, evening, route of the new railroad from on now paper- - to ne started in fell on March 23 Livingston to McKee who have live town, population 3000. Plant which was discharged, . the ball ago. Easter has passing through the calf of the the earliest date on which it refused to give a and will bo completo aud ready for painful been observed for centuries. ape objecting to tne road passing starting as soon as right party is right leg inflicting a very but not serious wound. On Friday afternoon, February through their lands. It seems to found to place in charge. Write Col J. P. Chandler, the noted 27th, the Home Economic Depart us. that a few moments sober Box No. 37, Mt. Vernon, Ky. 2t. auctioneer of Lincoln county, is in ment of The Woman's Club held thinking should put these men State experience. town this week, crying the horse its regular meeting at the dormi- right when they consider what it Col. mean to that section of the sale for Miller & Beazley. tory. In response to requests from will known Chandler is one of the best Mis- - Clark-so- taunty; not only in providing an several of the ladies, horsemen and stock dealers in. the demonstrated pastry, banana outlet, but the great business State and besides this is a con- pie, for which she has gained an industries that it will open; the Unlike firmed old bachelor. enviable reputation, ana pineapple amount of labor that will be of the old bachelors, be is tapiqea. The ladiejs have asked furnished in the opening up and many free to admit that "Love is a that light bfead and rbllfe be demon handling of the fine timber and coal terltory that the proposed weapon you can not hide" and strated at tbeOhextmiietiDg. All says he speaks from experienre who are interested in ibis are most road will open and the amount of money it will bilng into that Wttfoes and that the beauty of the faire cordially invitedpkttend. OH tilmti sec ion. These parties all live W sex has lost none of its charm to Altbo the WoSufns Club has him, H Nothlnff Is in held no Friday evejilngytneetings, in Rockcastle as the right of way, Wk tlic home than more importantItcht. tUT clear, (tcady 0 has already been secured from Insure thu by eettins the oil that its various departments Dave been burns clear pni cleat) without a LOCAL flicker down to the last drop. represented in active wok Mrs. McKee to the Rockcastle county rcntisylvnnlA crude oil refioej'to let us hope that no thAlace line and perfection. Born to the wife of Rev. J. W. Wolcott's addresses took stumbling block will be thrown in Costs no more than the es Riddle on Feb,1 26 a fine boy, os one Home .Economic ruoetyig, way by any Rockcastle county Vlnd saves WORK faes eyes. William Woodrow. while the educational Department christened dealer has SOUTH Oil, in Your to an enterprise that will Mother aud babe doing well. barrels direct lrom our works. iouk espeolal interest in the lee- citizen mean so much to the county and iiiitm tJi jsin. uiaiik uuu L1UL&.1 1111 Chas.C. sStoll Oil Co. Mariage licens were issued ye-oivnn wav , thp especially those along the route. Louisvlllo, Ky. terday to Rubin Brown, a son 01 Refinery nt Wnrren, Pa. School, but A little earnest thinking is all that New- - plvs at the Jotbam Brown, and Birdie We eell the celebrated "No is necessary for any man to put Curb" Auto Oil. comb, both of the Ottawa section, regular work is now to be resumed- - everything Mrs. H. J. Mulling continues to r The County Board ot Education met Monday and reelected J M. Craig Supervisor of schools for next year. Mr. Craig held this place for the past twelve months with credit lo bim and entire satisfaction to all concerned and the hoard are to be congratulated on the splendid selection lor this important pluce. hospitable hostess to the Woman's Missionary Society of the Presby t tian Church at its February meeting. The subject of medical missions among women of lands provoked especially in teresttng discussions, while Miss Abernathv completed the program by a vocal solo. writer4 (Jai)ttw$tueed made to his father by William. Henderson, G A. Keua ana otueis ip. the year; General Assemblies Presbyterian 1864 conveying a tract of land churches. lying some three miles South West Rev. G. C. Cromer, represen'- - of Mt. Vvrnon and long known as ing the AUprayer Foundlings the David N. Lewis place? now Home, will give an illustrated owned by Judge' ewis The lecture in the court house, this deed has two Internal 50 .cent evening, Friday Mch. 7, beginning revenue stamps thereon, although at 7 o'clock. Rev. Cromer comes the Judge says one would have highly recommended b,y the sufficed. ministers of Louisville and elseA Washington dispatch says where. president Taft's nominations for Mrs. Landrum proved a most following Kentucky icatEi'iizagfWHKzrai . Notice: The county of education 17th. Sub-district- board will meet March the $3-7- 5 post confirmed by the Senate and 'president Wilson will have the naming of Ahe pqst master at these points: Benton, Clay, Cloverport, Corbiuv Earlington, Glasgow, Grayson, Harrodsburg, Hazard Jenkins, Kevil, Lawrence turg, Leitchfield, Liyermore, Mtr'ernon, Olive Hill, Smith Grove and Taylors -,-ville. . ,' Notice to the Boys: All boys who want to be enrolled in the Rockcastle Coutuy Bos Corn Club will please send me their names at once. We will try and have our premium list in about six weeks. Mj. McKee offers a thorough bred Duroce Jersey pig to the boy who wins the one acr e production contest pro vidod there are as many as fifty boys to enter the contest. When writing please state whether or not you will want seed corn. , Yours truly, J. w KlNCEU, Supt. , offices failed to be the , We are after your Spring Clothing business with, the best line of For PURE We L and MEN 5pJQB ever brought to believe in the YOUNG AND A11-W- SUITS MEN at $20. Way and' Mt Vernon, 1 we are particufar to see that our customers get PURE WOOL CLOTHING. GET READY FOR THE EASTER PARADE MARCH 23d And wear a Fish Guaranteed Suit -- t 4 - iK'l .,A - 5 The "WE STAND BY WHAT YOU BUY" Look for BATES SHOES are ready for you the Sign ol -- weeksr.-writcsrtba- great-grand-fath- ,' mosm THE HOME OF GOOD CLOTHES E2SS33i2S222KE3SBflMiBHMBMi5HHiMi COMMERCIAL the Fish Club: The pro- - Mr.-Tolb- y rn fjpt rr!tAv fnr ttio Knstfir Parade would be glad to borrow them to Sunday March. 21. Wear one of be Pied for ",e m an illustrated article on the subject in the city Fish's Guaranteed Suits. papers. DR. KING'S NEW DISCOVERY Smoothes irritated throat and lungs, stops chronic and hacking FOR FLETCHER'S cough, relieves tickling throat, tastes nice. Take no other; once Buy it at used, always used. CHAMBERLAIN'S TABLETS Chas. C. Davis'. FOR CONSTIPATION. For constipation, Chamberlain's If any of our readers have, any Tablets are excellent. Easy to historical pictures bearing on the take, mild "and gentlo in effect. subject of Boone Trail or the old Give them a trial Kor sale by Road the Signal C. C. Divis. Wilderness Children Cry e RO 9 1 feffi' MM m MFkWkm Jlk i! S i J 1 BAKING ASSi83$$Jf Pbsjf front Hoyai Grsspts Gseam afT&irt&r NO ALUM, NO UME PHOSPHATE outlined last week was carried out very satisfactorily. The question of enthusiasm in the organization was discussed along with the weighty affairs. Ech meeting further demonstrates ths fact that one of Mt. Vernon' A i great needs is being filled. organization of the business pni professional men of our town into such a club as we now have. Tl-old adage "in union ihere Is strength," which has been amp'y demonstrated since our meeting began on January 2nd. Electric light people were present and placed their propositions before the Club for erecting t light plant. A contract commitUo and a soliciting committee weiO appointed; the latter to canvas the town for subscribers for light". The matter will be pushed and our town should have lights with'it next tew months. Rram as e Secrtary-Treas-urero- The only BafcaaaQ Powder made e right-of-wa- y A cough medicine tor children should be harmless. It should be pleasant to take. It should be efChambei Iain's Cough fectual. tiemedy is all of this and is the mothers' favorite, everywhere. For sale by C. C. Davis. THE MOTHER'S FAVORITE. II n "Pittebnriii FrfGt" Fence Banwfrfwivmn H'riiaBaBMBBrwrawwrHimiiiMii 3 iiMtaamtmmmtmKmammamm Most Effective Why the Electric Weld is the Fence-Joi- nt made Saves Eyes lamp I Electrically welding joints eliminates innumerable exposed wire ends, and does away with sharply and tightly bending one wire against another, which cracks the galvanizing. Tho Electric Weld makes every ounce of wire count for strength and durability no wasted wire, no useles3 weight dragging down the fence. Electricity is the only medium which truly amalgamates metals makes two wires one. As wo use it, the galvanizing is piled around the joints, proe ducing a fabric with absolutely dependable joints. Electrically Welded (patented) are used only in "Pittsburgh Perfect." one-piec- fence-join- ts Made In Different Style, for HELD, TARM. RANCH. LAWN, CHICKEN, POULTRY nd RADBIT YARD nd GARDEN Jt.OQ UUardnieCU Very Y : tank-wac- I J10NKV-sav- 1 .,,,,. w 5JC,u, " - Ask your dealer for "Pittsburgh Perfect" and insist on his furnishing It. Do not allow him to persuade you that some other fence is Just as good. If ho doesn't sell it, write us direct. "Pittsburgh Perfect" Bran di of Bar bd Wire: If you are interested In Wire Fencing, write Bright. Annealnd & Galranlied Wires Twitted for FREE copy of our ALMANAC 191- 3Cable Wlrol Hard Spilntr Coil Wire Kcnce Staplei; Poultry Nettlne Stapleti RezUar Wire Nailii Galvanized Wire Nallai Larje Head Roofing- - NatUt Single Loop Bole Tieo 1 ' Pitts-burg- h Hearth material. Perfect" Fencing. All made or Open Pittsburgh Steel Co. MiuisujmwgiTWJ.mnnicpggMi 2& rAVi "jbwj mmt?x -- g. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania right N ,- - c 4 "f that disorThe celebrated Dr. Abcrncthy of London vns firmly of the opinion general. A ders of the storonchwero the most prolific source of human ailments in recent medical writer says: "cvory feeling, emotion and affection reports at tho stomach (through the system of nerves) und the stomach ij affected accordingly. . He continues, " so we may-b- e It is the vital center of tho body the stomach." He tfees on to show that the stomach Is said to live (through) the the vital center of' the body. For weak stomachs and whichconsequent indigestion result therefrom, no diseases or dyspepsia, and the multitude uof variousagent that medicine can bo better suited as curativo NO ONE STRNCstaf iftKMW wnS j.v..M4,ml. Dp. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. ;' lira, lianxcji. r t'i '!, t. To-ia- y "Sovprnl months cro I suffered from asovoro pain right writes Mns. Q. M. Muiikbn, of under thci brcaat-bono,- " Corona. Calif. "Had Buffered from It, off and on, for sevdid not know eral years. I nlro suffered from heart-burwhat was tho matter with mo. I tried several medicines Finally, I was told It wm my but thev did mo no good. liver. I did not daro to cat ns It inmlo mo worse, when; nnvtlilnir It seemed thnt I wonld' faint It M. T very hurt co. 1 crew l'len-o'- s thin and weak from not eating, 'was took OoMen Medical Discovery. to tako Dr. told vflvo bottlos of lt.and could fool myself coninc; Doner iroru arm iw eat a Jltuo witnoui pain rtho llrsi iloLC. I couldam strong and well and can do a MR I Btrnnc 1 t. , linage, Can catovervthlnif alid havo put on ii h I will say to all suffcror3 wrlto to l)r o it. mv nndylno Gratitude" I I Misses Kttth and Florence' Plum-me- r Saturday night. Miss Pearlio Hutst visited her cousin Mi Lottie Denney Sunday'night. Mr. and Mr9. Alex PJoctor visited hi brother and wife, Mr., and M rs. Theard Proctor Saturday night d' butjday. Mrs. Ellen Brown and Miss Lou Thompson, of Walnut Grove are visiting in the Wabd section this weok. Mr. Jasper Robblns, ot' Bandy, had a public sale on the ist. preparing to go to Indiana. Clay Thompson still mokes his regular trips oyer, in Pulaski. Mr. .and Mrs. Milt Long visited Mrs. Mary Ping Friday and Saturday. a-- T A. How One County Is Solving the Trustee Problem Sub-distri- ct una ' HlllfHIHtff''MIIIHIIIIHIIllMHIIIIIIIIIIlltllimHHIinnHIUil I IA,. mNDfl CI2KET DD. lack of Interest by the neighborhood. H Tbe .weak or the strong point In each and every rural school In our start; Is the subdlatrict trustee. If a strong, thoroughly Interested mitn Is elected everything Is well, but If a careless', lndlffereut man holds the olllce'tbe school Is in bad uhapo. A good trustee means a clean, comfortable building, a competent teacher and some interest on tho part of tho general public. A poor trustee means a badly kept building, a second or third rata teacher and a "' PRACTICAL UNDERTAKERS FUNERAL DIRECTORS, AND 2 2 S Zl Monthly Report of Trustee's Visit Ky..J!Qzj&JLjL-Olrli Prtwm Nvmtwr Boy Hrd NkctoUs Cowrtr. -- II l2,v U DMfthA tOutJ Hiiitw lXn,rmM 7 MAtlmm .' Xt-Nu-mb lni sriiin Nsatac arteTkrO tonus ilk...5 tfuta n(JtJJ wtO I years doctors nronounced it a local Su "' tnfkt Trldti ifttrnotit HiVV Hlw aui nuu n4 Sir hwsIbk, wrilws H1- disease and prescribed local remeOur Hue of Couch Ca3kets.Wi dies, und by constantly fallrnK to rat lanc ts moutl 7 iw ntlu mcmt ptrwiu'durtnj oit montlifJ7, cure by local treatment pronouncis unexcelled U MrxKikcaw imMhr MhM . Hudf . tM n umln. tt ittthtr's nconj ed it incurable. Science has prov7 Hand-madOoffinsfurnished en Catarrh to be a Constitut'ona .V clMaf" Us tin larnacM tutx. t m w un, rntcnnn iann thsRWUI ., . IT ll .... Jf n disease, and therefore requires ton i stitutional treatment.' Hall s Ca WUt tM monlkl ' JO J21J&I Lno wiiii'ivinnt ft i lie County lafrh Cure, manufactured bv P.J. UA-liMrMfJlutrMlMarairlCillir? Chenoy & Co. , Toledo, O. . "is tho All orders by Wire Promptly Filled onlv constitutional cure on the In . ML market. It is taken internally in doses from io drops to a teaspoon-lul- . . It acts directly- on the blood MT. VERNON, KY Phone 94-and niucoussiirfacosofthesystr.m. N O- ns v Mrnr mi t niues mt Srboai DiritiM ill! They ofTer ono hundred dollars for anycase it fails to cure. Send for tfatmn b4 t ww4 u tU tuut i MKisr&msrczzsxrLcp&aKiia circulars and testimonials. ThdUfK-fe- . F. J. Chrnhy & Co., Tole-d.a-- . .SiuVTnuteo. O. Sold by druggists, 75c. to mtJM u tht Chid SaptrtsMa4fil wttKl lhrr'' sTur date ( lll Take Hall's Family Pills for con r. stipation, ( i UWDS SSTA&BJS section of the country than all oth y orpiseases put togeiuer anu until ,11 the last few years was supposed io V ( .. W 1 Ir.....-,.!- There is tubro Catarrh in this O TfTtrt , CMtSa lIMrM af twli).,K.Vf-TnC'i- . m HtAJ DM ,,,,,.. u4 fnoi Wu Tht ntit Did jjV! 3 1 3 gs cottins ana Kobes. Iicened Embalmer will havo charge of that line of 2 HZUwork for tho company. S Orders by wire promptly tilled. Hearse sont to all points 3 COUCH METALIC CASKETS Ii-- E9IBAL3IKRS Mt. Vernon, Ky, j 3 MUm ,aurck tluutU Wen cUmm cIU4 und U rtctot Bibl I GEORGE OWENS, Manager! acmdlar srKna' HJ M Met fMM rriu Office Mt. 4arii mltttttnl yUA. children Uw Vernon Monumental Building PHONE 112 If i'.'- - tk ' sif ainui Mrami t U ihi Otbl, w Story or m si Piitiiiiitiiiuiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiaiiuiaiiiiimiii JM W. A 1 -- UJ Ui e r t-- f I Wm .,L... Gave Up Hope "I suffered five years, with awful pains, due to n, writes Mrs. M. D. McPherson, from N. C "They grew worse, till I would often faint I could not walk at all, and I had an awful hurting in my side; also a headache and a backache. I gave up and thought I would die, but my husband urged me to try - Cardui, so, I began, and the first bottle helped me. By the time the third bottle- was used; 1 could do all my work. All the people around here said I would die, but Cardui relieved me.'' womanly-troubles," Chad-bour- :: - 1 Si'. Ad-dres- a: o, j ROCKCASTLE'S NERDS. An extended trip through this county "will impress one with the fact that tbe assertion that hax been made for Years thit he aluable timber b gone will soon oe realized and our people are turning to day labor for a liveli-- ' bood. Tho county's wealth can be increased by its citizens following public work only to the extent thttt the proceeds of their labor is spent for home products. Observations show that 90 per cent of wage earners spend their money as f t as they receive it so if this army of laborers despoil our forests take away our Hms stone for ballast, fertilizer, lime and cement, quarry and ship our beautiful and valuable freestone. Mine and ship our coal, load aud ship our sand and hail grit. While their support is being brought from other counties and much of it from other States tbe masses of our people growing poorer as the years go by with the inevitable result facing as of tbe next generation being handicapped bv (ho loss of our natural resources. Note the yearly shipments, coming to our several rail road stations of flour, meat, lard, bacon can goods, of all descriptions, potatoes, beans, corn, hay and Our county will produce all thes articles. Our lauds are fertile aud with scientific farming would enable this county to be self supporting in this line of necessities. The population, and everything considered this county could produce all these things in sufficient quantities to the people. What wo need is farming as a business as a trade as a profesdon. Variety farming ond a, closer cooperation between our farmers and merchants keep more ot tbe products of our labor and price received for our inatutnl resources at home and cut down the demands for credit ut stores and loans from our banks. M. P. ex-cele- CTUTtTY BOAltD COIJTRICT. f monthly reports Xantuo'ty, ftgreo to oxanlno onro fully sent In by n Sub- - Dlatriot Truatee of one District, tail in any nay poBBlblo to jut toaaalat t-o "7, tv County 2oar. e-- Sduoatlon, of nioholan Cotuity,' CARDU I WomlnlTonlc For more than 50 years, Cardui has been .relieving woman's sufferings, and making weak women strong and well. During this time, thousands of women have written, like Mrs. McPherson, to tell of the really surprising results they obtained by the use of this purely vegetable, tonic remedy for women. Cardui strengthens, builds, restores, and relieves or prevents unnecessary pain and suffering from womanly troubles. If you are a woman, begin taking Cardui, today. 1 J..fB lfJ- - A.. ff Jf.. for Sptcial Inttmctlons, and to Mwrqr' fiSSb SSttS&SVT Ji h iTVri . Wtfe. wtrk- 7L iSb , olno dcroe to pay Mger baala. for not to oxooel t"reo."-ottr8-,, Sruotae 5 cents an pir pffiolal vielt onoe a mont-- , for a tona'of six raont-torm io extonAoA loneor. TM) County Board tmlosa Truotoo was for, negleot of Auty, unless Vo lially prajwnteA. doolare tv offlco jvnoant and appoint oriiU Wo fub-Piatriot teir eno I ao-ooi- o a ta , Sub-DLstr- iot iothr. Signett THE BOY WITH A BANK BOOK 1 - goi?i to amount to something. e 'h' nted to ory Ri't.ut hi-- future. If you want to do yonr boy the best thing for him open an account in his name tit tho BANK OF MT. VERNON. Give him Mm book and loach him to save instead of spending. He will be glad of your teaching during his i- - i- No visit our Bohool at loaot onoafa rndnth'nofr loss than ono vour for our of f ioial visit. I agree to oranina carefully nooorair.ff to printert list of 'instructions and questions furAin0A by County Supaxlntondentand tq' write a correct ropor,t and nail noma to tVeVCounty 8uparintendont within troo daya after isoid vioity Por this orfioial TiBlt eaov month J on to ,reooivo 25 oontfl' an hour not to exceed troo our'a for'aji monthly' atnc been ftgreo to Ua, ito Sub te Aujy olootodTrustooa of Dtatriot'JTo. Blv. onl sworn into office,"7Io" horo"By SUB T3U3TE2 CONTnACr. , HAri4!MA lA ftiAUadAABJ Tam IaaA rtaai4AAa book, "Home Treatment lor Women, scat tree. J ) to to Stark Bro's YEAR BOOK of Co. Nurseries & .Orchards visit. Signod MAILED TO YOU FREE plant this season. This Year Book is moi'o than a mere cataloae oi Stark nursery products, it is a practical, easy to understand text book for tbe guidance of the man who plants trees. Our own experience of nearly 100 years, tbe reports of experiment stations and the opinions of planters from all sections are condensed and reproduced for the benefit of busy people. An encyclopedia of orchard information, containing full size color illustrations of gloriouiiy tinted fruits and many photographic reproductions in black and white; alio information on many subjects in which the orcbardist is interested. Hundreds of varieties of apples, pears, peach, plum, cherry, apricot, quince, grape and all small fruits are described; weaknesses of each variety are pointed out ana good points are explained. We feel that planters should know both. Those interested in growing fruits or flowers or shrubs or shade treea.will nd this book of inettimable value; totally different from the average nurseryman'a publication!. It is a book you will keep for reference, and one on which you can depend Write today for your copy. as being absolutely accurate. whole life THE BAftK OP MT. VERNON MT. VERNON, KENTUCKY, W L RICHARDS, President, A. 11. FURNISH, Cashier. The abore contracts mid reports tell their own xtory. In Nicholas county number of unlntcrt'Htuil trustees have been automatically dropped mid Interested men put In their iihices. ytUY NOT OKT HUSV WITH THEM EVEKVWHEIIE IX THE STATE? Juit say on o Postal Card: "Send me a copy of Stark Year Book for 1913." When writing, alto tell us bow many trees, shrubs, vines, etc., you will probably W. T. FRAMC3S, WALNUT GROVE. The Boys' Corn Club Boys Are Getting Biisy Testing Their Seed Corn lt does seem odd that more farmers and their hoiis have not dono seed testWir In the years that have passed and saved themselves any amount of wbrry and bother and loss of timo und money. Last season a number of tho boyg in tbe clubs used shelled seed corn that was bought or furnished tnem and learned to their sorrow that It was poor seed. Their ntnnd of corn was BJlseruble, and at the very outset of the contest their chances for a prize was onftT $j vt'i t t" J Dentist V, x Rev. James Cummins filled his i tintiurii- - at Wood Vernon, Kj Mock Sa.uidy and Sunday, Miss Homo and offlco In tho Into residence were visiting their cousins. Miss iir. Myers formerly occupied on Old Lottie and Susie Dennie Sunday. Main St., Mt. Vernon. Earnest Cummins was with his Ruth and Florence Plumtner i C Williams, ATTORNFY-AT-LA- cousin, Arthur CumminsSaturday night. He'ury Todd called on his ship-stuf- f. , i, " "V -- m: f - '. V. , a Cordia Payne were married Sunday Rev. James Gooch officiating. Mrs. W. G. Cummins visited Mrs. J. B. Cummins Sunday. Miss Mabel Cummins visited Miss Lula Cummins Sunday afternoon. Miss Jalia Thompson who is UNDERTAKER ami MAIMER attending school at Mt. Vernon visited homefolks from Fr:da until Monday. Mrs. Fannie Price visited her sister Mrs. C. T. Riddle Sunday. Joe Brown and family of Level Green visited his father, Mr Jothan Brown Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Minnie Cummins aud cbildron visited Mrs. W. J. Debord K-- i Saturday. Miss Cecil Pine has been visiting her cousin NO NEED TO STOP WORK. Mabel Cummins past week. When the doctor orders you to Arthur aud Earnest Cummins and stop work it staggers you. 1 can't You know you are Elmer Stevens, of near Walnut you say. veak, run down and failing iu Grove attended the singing at health day by day, but you must Betiiel Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. work as long as you can stand. Ernest Denney visited tbe latters Vbat you need is Electric Bitter? pareuts Mr aud Mrs L. F. Hicks to give lone, strength and vigor Saturday night and Sunday. J. P. to your system, to prevent br'eaV Bloomer aud family and W. S, down and to build you up. Dont bo weak, sickly or ailing Cress and family loft Thursday. for Electric Bitters will benefitwhen you Kausat to make their home. from the first dose. Thousands Misses Mary and Lula Cummins bless them for their glorious Try them'. visited their cousin Miss Susio health and strength. Mount Vernon Monumental is guaranteed 'to Cummins last week. Mr. James EvervJbottle Hurst and family visited Mr. and satisfyjfj Only 50c. at Chas. C. JWORKS Davis. Mrs. Cy Burton Sunday Mr. of and and Mrs. Willie Cummins of near and Bee Lick visiled his cousin Mortle of all and wife Satuday night. Born Monuments Granite Estimates furnished to the wife of Mr. C. T. Riddle a inds. left me with a frightful cough aud fine girl on ist. on application. very weak. I had snails when I could Mrs. J. L. Thompson visited hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 GO. OWEN S her daughter Mrs. C. T. Riddle minutes, aiy aoctor couia notuelp v we, uut j. wan completely curca oy Pono 112 Saturday night. Irvin Denney, of Walnut Grove, visited his cousin, Arthur Hurst, of Level Gioen, Satbrday and Sunday. Miss LotI OR FLETCHER'S 'Mrs.J,E,Cox,Jpllet,.Ul. tie Denney visited her cousins BOc AND WOO AT ALL fiRUSSISTt. KY VERNON t"OFFICE. On 2cd. floor o The Bank of Mt. Vernon , on Churc street. Special attention given to collections. 1 Phone No. 8o. 1T. hestgirl Sunday. Mr. Melvan Gooch and Miss . ,YMany of the boys In tho boys' corn clubs have learned their lesson and are busy these winter days. Some of them are'prixA winners of other others arc tho fellows that havo shut their teeth hard and arc going to tjy 'again. Iloth kinds are going to test their com so that thero will be no chance of a stand that will hnvo to be rcplnnled. 'The boys are using old boxes that can bo cut down to tho required size or they a'ro making boxes from nny old lumber that Is lying about tho farm to ise, for their tesUng boxes. Nothing film or especially good looking Is neccs-larJust a shallow box about 10 by 15 Inches Is all that Is needed to test Jrom 100 to 150 ears of corn. These boxes can be made uaid the corn tested now, wnue mere is no conger, of Its getting in the way of any of the spring rush work. ' The nails wbjcb are driven into the edge of the box are an inch apart, so that string may be drawn across from both directions. Each square Inch aeu-son- s; m I STARK BRO'S Nurseries & Orchards Co. LOUISIANA, MO. ECZEMA CkU BE CU&1E0 Will Prove In You Free 1. C, HuUtH R. P. J.CMoOLARY' t ii.isjnii...JM' '.ess by tho terrible ItctilOff, burning pclns, let me send you a trial ot a sooth, lug:. beallDC treatment nhieli has cured hundreds, which I bellero nil) cure ron. I win send It f rpa. nottee nald. without any obligation on Tour Dart. ou who aro suHerinp the torturss ot Eczema, Iteb, Salt Rheum or other skin diseases tou wl&ee days are mlscraals. whoso nlirhts are made slcer biy W II w I JyIBIMI TtMWMlinLLTW f IsfsMWi ifls's'aw TT fljrtwFsPil 4o 'W m,if& srI': Just fill tho coupon below and nail It to me, or trrlto me, civics jour name, ajo ana address, I will send the treatment Jreo or cost to you. - nCUT AND 123 MAIL TO DAY--" - J. C. HUTZELL. Name Wost Main Ot., Fcrt Wnyno, Ind. ASt Pleaso send without cost or obligation to mo jour VK9 Vjoot Treatment. Post State Offlco ..,,. Street and No, ..i RtRnforri. SPItOUTED SEED COKN. outlined by the strings is enough space in which to plant sir grains of com, and that Is enough to determine wliether an enr of corn will do for seed or not. selecting the grains from encl ear of corn that Is to bo tested remember that n grain should be tnken from each of tho different parts of tho ear. This of course meuns running from butt to tip and around the entire circumfer-- ' ence. As the six grains selected from tbe ear are placed in tho moist earth or sand, murk the square and the ear with tho same number so you will know which ears to keep and which to discard. When your testing bor looks hb far advanced as the ono In tho photo it wilt, be. an cosy matter for you to decide which cars to keep for seed. If six strong, healthy plants come from the six grains planted you havo a perfect ear of seed corn. If four have come It in questionable. Less than four means ouly half a stand nt planting time, and tbe car must be discarded. The boys who are members of the boys' corn clubs of KentueW i,v made their fathers oud their big brothers who thought they knew everything about corn growing sit up and take notice. There is still a chance to teach them the value of tbe corn tester, ,so let each and evfrV corn club boy test his seed corn this spring. IK THE HOYS WHO OltEW ONE HUNDRED BUSHELS TO THE AGUE THINK IT PAYS TO TEST THEIIt SEED CORN, HOW ABOUT YOU? , , LABORERS WANTFD Highest prices paid for good labor Steady work BIG CREW WANTED AT ONCE. THE KENTUCKY & PORTLAND . tflDT Manufacturers PNEUMONIA DR. KING'S FOR FLETCHER'S QUND, the place to buy Spectacles and Eyeglasses for $1.50and up. Gold, Sliver anil Aluminum Frames. Lar- MOTHERS CAN SAFELY BUY gest selection in town. Eyes tested Dr. King's New- - Discovery and Free. Years of experience. POUND! Children Cry CASTORI A ricjr I f JWLER COX. J. C. MOORE AND OPTICIAN. BROS. STORE Children Cry si New Discovery 1 QASTORIA Childrn Cry FOR FLETCHER'S CASTOR. A give it to the little ones when ailing and suffering with colds, coughs, throat or Jung troubles, taste." nice, baimless, oucc nscd always used. Mrs Bruce Crawford, Ni agra, Mo. writes: "Dr. King's New Discovery changed our boy from a pale weak sick bov to the picture-ohealth'. Always helps, iiuy it at Chas. C. Davis'. f m PINE HILL, KY. 11 1 Urk. AND HIDES HA ll li W 19 HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID Mf H H WP Wl f0R "AW FURS AN0 HIDES n Commission. Writs tor prlc ' JW-MJJMfilff- JOHN WHITE S CO. 5&. ? TEmr mrT' 4R9HhjB t L