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ISltODHEAD. R. Cass visited his sister, Mrs. Ashcraft, in Louisville Saturday. Mrs. J. W. Tate was the guest of Mrs D. Holmes at Crab Orchard, from Friday until Monday. Allen Hiatt bought from S. L. Cu ninius the farm known as the Green Proctor ho netead, lor $1500 and will soon mve to it. Ve regret to lose Mr. Hiatt and his estimable family c.xc.ed injrly, and extend to th?m a hearty welcome to returo to .ur and. Mrs town any time. John Isaacs, and little son. John Jr. of Gravel Switch, were the guests of Mr. and Ms. A. M. Hiatt Saturday and Sunday Frank Cummins died at his home T. --- Mr. MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 14. 1913. janooBmam "" "inmgiiiiiiuijj w G. C. Brooks and little son, Henry, are visiting Mrs. Daisy Hunt, in Crab Orchard this week. Mrs. Susie Tharp. with her sister, Mrs. J. E. Wallin, of Junction City. for Defiance, Ohi, Tuesday to see th iir sister, Mrs. Keheccah Shubert, who is seriously ill- .- D. B! Chandler move! lii fainry to his farm in Ne,rro lecently purchased from VV. T. Brcoks. -- Mrs. I. R. Storm who has been quite ill for the past ten days is improving. It-f- t bn'eaved ones have the sympathy of the entire town. R. L. Collier, of Crab Orchard, was in town Wednesday looking after the Telephone business. Miss Minnie Gentry spent last Sunday afternoon with her parents in the Spiro section. 1. j. Cherry and Uncle Dock Wood yard, of Crab Orchard, were in town Wednesday on business John D. Pike, with headquarters in thf'Qnail tect on last Friday at Lebanon Junction was with iroirj Blight's disease. His re- his parents, Rev. arid M rs. A J. mains were laid to rest in the Pike, Tuesday. Chas. S. Lyons, Providence burying grourd Sun of Junction City, was in town first day. of t ie week. We understand 1 e N. Marlow has accepted a is operating a saw mill on Negro J. positi u as brakeman with the L. creek. 5 miles west of town. & Ei Railroad, and If ft last F.i-da- y Miss ueiora tsoya. or Hiatt. is to begin his new occupation. attending school here. J. E Hi headquarters wfll be at Lex- lin, of Junction City, was in town of Wednesday, Miss Minnie Dunl-ipington and while here Windsor, Ont., is visiting friends closed a deal with J. G Frith for at this place loe Carter was n two vacant lots on Academy St. Tellico Plains, Tenn., the latter Consideration 8370 C. 0. Hurt part of last week to see his bioth-er- , and B. R. Wiltnott were in Mt. N. Giles Carter. Miss Birdie Vernon, Wednesday. The Rev. Johnson, an adopted daughter ot T. C. Duk , of Mt. Vernon, filled Mrs. James Johnson, and Renbin his regular appointment ' at the Brown, son of J. J. Btown, of Ot- - Baptst church Saturday and tawa, were married at the home Sunday. He preached at Oak of the bride last Friday. Jesse Hiil Sunday afternoon also. A. Brown, of Shelby City, was in J. Haggard and Robert Burton town Sunday afternoon on his were in Mt. Vernon between way home from the Quajl Section Mqnday.-Rqss.- el BrQwrjj where he attended he funeral of pf Stanford, isj working for. thq Frank Cum- Lyons Lumber Co., at thqir plant his brojt'her-in-la'Mrs. Joe Carter on Negro Creek. R" MilSeWland mins. Mr. and have moved to Shelbyville where of Stanto'rd. vas in town Wednes; will make their future home. day writing insurance. Willie We regret to lose these good pe- Mullins died at the hone of his opleMr. and Mrs. James T. mother, Mrs. w! H. Albright, Lawren.ce have mov.ed to one of Wednesday afternoon of tubqrcu- r the Cherry cottages on Silver St. losis. He is survived by his We understand that Mr. Law- mother, wife and one child, and al rence $v!U go into the grocery bus- number .of relatives Funera iness here ftt an early date. Mrs. arrangements have not been R. E. Albright js visiting her par ' completed at this time (Wednesents, Mr. .and Mrs. H, U Tharp, day). He lived at Highland at Junction City this w.Gek. Mrs. Park until a short time ago The Wal-jScho1 aK iM3 St " r ft "Sx jB m s & Jimim of R. R. is a sure thing, and we hope it will not be long until we can purchase a ticket from Livingston to McKee. W. G. Niceley has been very sick for a few days bus is some better. C. C. Cro-mt- r has moved his stock of gcods fr.un tie J. M. Foure store house t the store owned by H. W bowman, in the lower part, of town- .- Mrs Ben llellanl, of Haz-o- l rrtch, visited Mrs. S. 11. Hel-- 1 ird Suudav. Carl Rice who is .tttonding school at Williamsburg, uas with hociefolks Sunday. .Vrs E. J. Anderson and children, of b'alinouth. are visiting I'ela tives and friends here. a an McWhorter has moved his family into the River Mansion Hotel K G. Moors, of the Long Brach section, ws in town Saturday Messers. R. J. Lemonds and J. P. E Drummond were in I EASTER SPECIALS S5SJEE25E2S33 A splendid Easter showing of New Dress Silks, White and Colored Wash Goods, Dress Trimmings, Buttons and Ribbons. And bear in mind We Sell if for Less. Fair Deal Shoes Women's Men's DIAMOND Specials Our " Diamond Special " Shoes represent the best efforts in shoe making. Only the most skillful workmen make them. The lasts are strictly up to date. Wearing qualities unexcelled . ' Our Fair Deal" line is one of our biggest sellers. We attribute our big success to the value put into every pair of Shoes, and to the fact that they are made over ihe new lasts, and in smart, pretty pat , Miss TKMrEST Ward. To the Republicans of Rockcastle: After careful consideration I have decided to enter the race for Superintendent of Rock castle County, subject to the action of the Republican party at the exington Tuesday. W. M. Pres Primary, August 2. 1913. I have been engaged in school work for the past six years. If elected I promise faithful service such us an officer should give. Trusting that I may hcve the support of the people, regardless of their politics. I remain Yours very truly. (Miss) Tempest Waud. -- LIVINGSTON. was cjuitq an exqitement created here Friday when a part of a skeleton was nnearthed near the coal bins iy the graders on the new track. A few bones, a ring, pipe, (partly decayed), part of a hat and the soles of his shoes were found, but old citizens claimed that there was a negro killed, on a work train several years ago and buried there, and the excitement ceased. It seems certain now that the new railroad will be a go. Mr. Bond is here and the Thei.6, long-talke- g ! T I I ton was at Boston Sunda7. Ben Thomas of the Cruise Ferry sec tion, has rented H. M. Mink's farm on Sand hill and moved there Tuesday- .- Mrs. Sam Smith is very sick. Mrs. W. M. Preston and children are visiting relatives at Boston this weeK. Mr. M. A. Steckle, of Pine Hill, is here most every Sunday. One of mother Eve's fair daughters is the attraction. Mrs. Ed Quinn and children, of Paris, have been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Hayes, at this place. Mrs. B Hagan is visiting relatives at Rowland this week Miss Loucinda Hellard, the "helo girl", has been sick for a few days. R. J. Lemonds was in Louisville, Saturday. Mr. J. F. ' '. t ' Neighbors was in Stanford on business Saturday. Mrs. J. B". Hayes and daughter, Miss Ethel, are visiting relatives in Paris and Cincinnati this week. Well, we are. to haveinthe near, future, a jail and a Police. Ju.dge's office, as the building is now well under way and in a few more days v ill be completed. Sc we will be able to care for. our own prisoners and will not haye to take them to Mt. Vernon qr- eleswhere. All we 1 - terns. Made in "New Calf" Tan., Nubueks , Gun Metals, and Shoes in lace and in Tan and black, button and lace. lV'e have them Patents buttons. DON'T NEGLECT TO Wth sqje leather counters, solid leather soles and in every way, one of the best lines made. Th'ey Are Winners Try a New Pair for Easter Our Misses' and Children's "All For 'ALL FOR WEAR." Linens are cut from soft glove stock,Wear" made GLOLHIN& about price, one-hal- CLOTHING l V LADIES' CLOTHING We are showing the new" White Waists at 50c. The New Silk Waists at $1.25. A big line of Skirts, Gowns, Suits and Corset Covers, Biggest line of Embroideries in town. 1 Our big clothing sale still goes on. Men's fine suits are f prioe, people who like to save money are buying the Clothing 1 . MM MMaiK HI IM TrTWnjt'ln i.Wt MwiiliWiiyMi wimywwiwM'1 - !'' piini n - .i.. .. ..,. . .. Clothing at BAKER'S V4 j , t's A Fao Most Men Come this Store for Their Spring Clothes men who come here Jor your wearing apparel season season, will find us in better shape than ever to outfit you with yemr Spring Clothes. i ALL BEST CALICOES go at 4 c a yard. Best Easton Granu- Ig!MHawmPOTi lated Sugar at 5 c a rjOUna. "Evervthin.cr nmv in Efte. Silks, nnd with pjinh varrl snlrl wa give one yard ixm In other words, if you buy 2 yards you get 4 yards, 5 yards you get 10 yajte, eta. Wonderful, vet true. Come and See. Now is the time to buy your fence. We have a big stock and prices are rights American Fence Hardware and Furniture ! 6 YOU See Us for Fence Best and largest lines in the county. Always rightly priced We are not Fqpljng 1 U. G. BAKER KING OF LOW PRICES We Are Busy You'll be given the same kind of fair, honest treatment, and dependable, guaranteed-- f merchandise that you've always found an attractive feature in this store You'H , z?f h&&er. finer and more comolete stocks than heretofore The newest things to wear for Spring are well represented, and everything is priced right and guaranteed to mafee gop,d,;or. mmW make good or-qual- ity Around MT. VERNON, KY. mother. May they be blessed with peace and happiness. Oscar Argenbrignt was in Cor-bi- a Tuesday. Rev. G. D. Couibs of Morehead, will preach at the Christian church 4th Sunday in bride's As Bees L'l wl , Speaking of our guarantee, if you've eyey. bought anything he re that did not That's the way we do fily-6atisfyou', lef 11s WftWw 'arid 'we'll make it right. misiness that s why we've sueceeaea so spienaiaiy in gaming your connaeuae. The reason you make this store the headquarters foa your clothes is because you've been well pleased with your previous purchase here. Isn't that so ? Drop in today or Vbu ought to be ready for your Spring Clothes now . and see the newest styles in wearables. So those of you who tomorrow, anyway, same cordial invitation is extended. Come in and get aave never been here--thacquainted. We'll be glad to show you 'round, y e R3dV far our SPr'nS Olothcraft Suit? need it soon. YQU'LL just arrived and f y-flj- 3HP .. Now's a good time to get it. Our big spring there are; many choice styles and pleasing yftttSEas 0 1111 eUARANTEEDifl cloth yiJu'fi want to vear this Reason . W MWmWm Mr wp.ol, wear and (3Jothpraft suit is guaranteed And you know that you? ' 11 "jjnd the makers guarantee, in the inside pocket of satisfactory servipe. H- fees same ajwajs, 10. to $25. Special values at $15, tUec'ftat. Lo.plv CQueiRanct pick otyQur suit, ior2Q. Button. CLOTHING, Sc THE UhMf HfP1T ,jj SHOES AND McBee DRY-GOOD- S GSi ftF IfBlfe frgJiilsA f iTJ r market, I believe like the farmer that it must come through ju such avennes as this. First eveJ man in our town working to bail I up a market for eveaything i 1 April. the way of live stock; providing There is more Catarrh in this our city with a small stock yara, section of the country than all oth or diseases put together and until such that could make ample prothe last few years was supposed to vision for any and every thing incurable. For a great many brought into our city. Mt. days visit with her sister, Mr& years douors pronounced it a local Vernon located like she is, on th i J. B. Hayes, has returned hae. disease "" local reme- - border line, of the blue grass arl -J- udge Witt is voting relatives aies, and byHconstantly failrnK to the mountains, is just such a in Frankto,hi,sweek. Mr. A. cure by local treatment pronounc- marsnau wi ea iii incuraoie. science nas prov-lee- j) place as great market places are jfjen,n.ng63x cn tre bpya in the path at reo- - en Catarrh to be a Constitutional made. Now I ieel quite su:e between tbi titude and rieht in the fudge's disease, and therefore requires con that by " stitutional treatment. Hall s Ca farmer and the people of our town, rx a r Lf.v.r. HV. irgeu- auacuc iiij. ...i. .rnMuni u n t brigi WQ has been visiting Cheney & Co., Toledo. O.. is the that we can bring to light one of reAtives in. Uorhiu for the pastonlv constitutional cure on the the great needs of our town anil You need not worry week has returned. Mr. A Tay- - market. It is taken internally in county. doses from IO droPs to a teaspoon-- J about buyers for they stand ready t 'a few days in Louisville week.-A- unt Gentlemen Liddia Mnllins ful II acts dir!ctl' .n.the b,oodiatall times to come. this ana mucous suriacas 01 the system, lend me your assistance in this is very sick. -- Mr.Harvy Qehring They offer 0ne hundred dollarS for matter, and see if we don't have took his little hcy to Louisville j any case it fails to cure. Send for Tuesday tQ' have his eves treated, circulars and testimonials. Ad- - an ideal County Court market Cam Mullins, of Mt Vernon, dresa: F. J. Cheney & Co., Tole- - each and every month. u y. uru8gsls 75c- ' KJ' Chas. C. Davis. . candidate for Sheriff, was here. lane nan s family r ins ior Sunday in company with Dee ARE YOU CONSTIPATED? Oummins. Cam said that he was SALE. If so ger a box of Dr. King's sure to be elected, and as Dee New Lile Pills, take them, was to be his. deputy and was not Of Horses, Cattle, Sheep and regularly and your trouble will Hogs. much acquainted with this part quickly disappear. They will ofthe county, he was learning will stimulate the liver, improve: "Each County Court day" him th6 road: Married, on the This is the cry that comes from your eigestion add get rid of all tne poisons irom ,vour Malinda farmers from all parts of the ill Ioin.uanjMngmuaBUbB of the. sureiy Ty county every few davs. In order araAn 25c at Qku. C DTl,. like now is a few balls and chains and we can add greatly to our streets in the near future with the extra labor that we will be likely to get. Bill Penninoa has purchased a house. an$ 3ofc on Gauley Branch ijrooa Mrs. Ashlej T?Ma irf. lonTTiorl ntratic L Lloyd Owens of Level Green was, in our town buntlay. Mrs. iaa Swinney, of Indiana, after a few that a county seat town, li : Mt. Vernon, to have a stoc : vn. ci ... .. lor-spen- Th-Vw- I V17l v MT. VERNON SIGNAL clubs here, Livingston and other points alouej the lme good headway is being made in securing Friday, March 14, 19 13 the aid of influential men in Ken tucky and other states who will Published every Friday by of add greatly to the strength EDGAE S. ALBRIGHT. our cause. If other matters arc considered at the extra session of $I.0O Congress which begins in April, YEAR UBSCRIPTION ONE the Boone Way bill will be intro Advertising rates made k?iown on duced. If otherwise it will have to pass over to the fall session application It is believed, however, that the measure will get in at this extra MEMBER OF session. KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION jS "When s sg ffl torpid. ycu fael dull, oat of. sort3, discouraged, half sick and everything seems to be going1 wrong:, you can blamo It on your liver. It Is You need 3j . uS mE 2g m sritr A Medicine f Pcwe? in Mi Liver Disorders. tho liver 13 torpid, it throws impurities Into tho system, which hamper every orsan In the body. The result is that functional processes are not properly carried on. Impurities set Into the blood, tho stomach is bilious, tho kidneys weak and tho bowels irregular generally constipated. Ilerblno clears out all theso impurities, opens up the obstructed channels, strengthens the torpid Kvcr, cleanses the blood, purifies and regulates tho botrcls. After the system has been thus overhauled, there is an immediate improvement. Appetite returns, digestion is pood, tho spirits ri3e, tho mind clears of Gloomy forebodings and everything looks bright and cheerful, which means, sound, healthy conditions everywhere in the body. "When 8 m it, m m '&, iv AXXOUXCEJltiXTS. JAILER. Wc Are Authorized to Announce FRANK BAKER As a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle subject to the action or tne Republican yariy. August Primary, 191U. We Are Authorized to Announce HARRY JONES As a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle- subject to the action of the Sepdbllcan party, Aususi Pri- mary, 1813, We Are Authorized to Announce JAKES WJKSTHAS As a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle subject to tho action of the Republican party, August Primary, 1013. We Are Authorized to Announce J. C. MIZE As a candidate for Juiler of Rockcastle subicct to the action of the Republican party, Aupust Primary. 1913. We Are Authorized to Announce Tff. SOWDER As acandidntaioroa I.t of Rockcastle subject to meucuonoi tne uciiuDium party, Pi C. niary, 1913. .au,i. Cincinnati, the Qjeen City, hes, through its chambers of Commerce, advised the Secretary of our Boone Way B. B. that the business men of that wide awake city are much and hustling interested in our movement for the proposed National highway and will render all possible aid in the work toward furthering the proposition before Congress Cincinnati never does anything bv halves. We are much pleased to her,, with her pushing have qualities come to our assistance in this right for fair play and justice to the mountain section of Kentucky. That city built the great C. S. railroad now they will use their influence in putting Boone Way on the map. Me. Nat B. Sevell, ot Lauiel county, a man well equipped for the position, will more that lik;ly be a candidate for the legislature to represent the 70th district composed of Laurel and Rockcastle counties. Mr. Sewell is jnbt the man to send from our district to Frankfort to assist- in straightening out the tangled financial web into whica the State rinds itself owing to its out of date taxing system. - i m 1 Price 50c per BoiUe. PROPRIETOR I JAMES F. RALLflgQ ST. LOUIS, MO. To cure Smarting Kyebnlls, Sore riyes or Wcalc Sight, use Stephens Eye Salve. mm ; . ., MttJw"-- " A i w SKB3 . ..w... .,-..-- M .... --- a.. H: W u3KEvlS? tK For Sale by CHAS. C. DAVIS. Bromo. Ky. March, 1 1, I913 To the Progressives 01 Rockcastle: After receiving letters from a goodly number and talking with a great many more that are hold ing out faithful for cleaner politics in all elections, and according to a statement in a former letter in regard to calling a meeting for the purpose of formulating plans far perfecting a Progressive county organization I now ask that all Progressives meet me in the court house at Mt. Vernon Ky., on Saturdav, March sgtn at 1 o'clock p. m. for the purpose ot formula tiug plans for organization, to better acquaint ourselves with each other, discuss our future outlook and come to some conclusion on the subject of putting a ticket in the field for county officers this fall. Now as every Progressive in the county possibly does not take the Signal and will not see these remarks, E will further ask all that does see them to notify every other MM3 K2& SS IWIJ.U ii k2 f rria'Si.Wl aW EWtCii i ilir UHURtH :J.OC. m Eor Infants and Children. mpawmutk 1'he Kind You Have if . wMJUJM&il pmwix mm 2? Always Bought Bears the m ALCOHOL 3 PER ffflo'q he NT SJ&33 Opiuiu-MorpMn- msm s v TV 8 Signature of ProraofcsDigesti'onfhcerfti-ncsar.dIbst.Ccnt5lnsr.ei!S?r Not Narcotic, IhrpLa jl-SjtJh-mps- l- e norHoaraL Siv- a- Cta fied Sjov IfaztSrnl- - f - jfv In V4 1 n Progressive in their neighbor hood and lets have a good crowd and let every body come and fed free to speak his sentiments. There will bo no bosses there. A few comments on W. D. 52 g Ape:fcctReai2dyforCcsr!f2lion , Sour Stomach.Dlarlioa Vorns,Coniilsi(msie'Ciish- Use For Over Ites3 amliOSS OF SLEEP. RcSiaale signature of The Centaur Compast, NFY YORK. Thirty Years LIVINGSTON. KY, SlIHRrrF. We Are Authorised to Announce CA3C MUI.LINS As a candidate for Sheriff of Rockcastle subject to the action of the Republican party, August Pri- Is showing one of mary. 1813. We are authorized to announce S. F. BOWMAN As a candidate for as County Court Clerk ol Rockcastle county, subject to the action of the Republican party, August primary 1913. COUNTY COURT CLERK the largest and best lines of im Cummins' letter of a short time ago in the Signal to the Progressives in which he suggested that I should head our ticket! this coming election for County! Judge'. On the out set will' T fin not; nnrp to pntpr sav that, into politics as it has been well said of Politics in the past: "That K5 -, I! Guaranteed undcrthe owiart THE CtNTAUR Exact Copy of Wrapper. Cluniir, NEW YORK CITY. BSfflH j OF SCHOOLS. We Are Authorized to Announce MISS TEMPEST WARD As a candidate for Superintendent of Schools of Rockcastle subject to the action of the Republican party, August Primary, 1913. SUPERINTENDENT We Are Authorized to Announce W. M. SOWDEE As a candidate for Magistrate First Magisterial Distriit. composed of i,. Mt Vernon anu Walnut Grove votiiiK precincts, subject to the action Republican party general primary election, of the Aug- MAGISTRATE. ever brought to town The HELDMAN Brand For Men, Young Men and Boys We have also added a lame line of alio s usts, 1913. fc The Mountain pygmies, with strings and ropes of facts aided by a little army press have lassoed and bound head and foot, horn?, hoof and hide, the giants of the Louisville press. These animals weren't aware of the fact that the harmless looking little mountain howitzer was loaded for war when they tackled it a shcrt time since with ugly and uncalled ior editorials rediculing and denouncing the efforts of the mountaineers 'to secure government aid in the construction of Boone Way a proposed national highway through mountain territory. Not satisfied with tinkering with thi howitzer they, these bright satelites of newsdom in vaded the handv box of edgetools taking therefrom implements with double edges that cut ' both comin' and goin"; resulting in cut fingers and consistences. Didn't want the mountains to have anything from the government for roads but wished it distributed in large sums in and around the citv of Louisville for canals and retaining walls. "Let the mountains dig roads if they want thetu" Now these same pygmies in their righteous wrath brought farther the little howitzer (Signal) and put it in action. The first shot struck the pocket books of tne city's business men and drove them to think a few thtnk's and get to work to offset the mischief and devilment fomented by its newspapers. These same papers seeing the plight into which they were placing their business, now ceased their attacks on the mountain's efforts for better things and are now as dumb as was Gulliver when corded up by the pygmies. They, these papers, are mean enough to say many more u&ly things but are simply afraid to as they see what a "rixrax" they have stirred up in the monntains The Courier Journal, probably bv oversight of its censor, let the following slip into its correspondence column. The State owes them a debt that it cannot too quickly discharge "The Commonwealth must open up those mountain fastnessess with gGod roads. What grander monument could be raised to Abraham Liccoln, that plain man of the people, for whose flag and whose principles many of them fought bravely, than to build a I highway that would release a Por Infants and Children, sturdy people from bondage, the bondage of poverty and drudgery The Kind You Have Always Bought and illiteracy?" Bears the Sheridan's dictionary an old leather bound book loaned to the writer, Jrn, by R. B. Mullin?, shows on the inside of its back .over the following incriptiou in ink, "George Carpenters book, 1S0S." The first 57 pages is devoted to "a prosodial Grammer of the English language calculated solely for the purposes of teaching propriety of pronunciation, and justrcss of delinery, in that tongue by the organs ot speech" also an appendix with "Rules to be observed by the natives of Ireland in order to attain a just pronunciation of English, also by the natives of Scotland and Wales". The ol d fashioned long "S" is much in evidence thruout the book. Fig- ures, i, 2 and 3 are used as diacritical marks or points; being placed aiove the vowels to dis tinguish the various sounds of the same letter. The pages of the grammar portion of the book are designated by figure , but no figures show for paging the dictionary. The dictionary. The spelling is nearly the same as that cf today although soma difference is found in many words and a number ot obsolete words are shown. Music is spelt musick. "Ginseng. A root brought lately into Europe; it is cordial and restorative." Alphabetically; the figure i appears as a diacritical mark above the vowels of this word is as follows: 'aeia and y The cabbage worm is mentioned in this book. Dray, the car on which beer is carried. Chose; the present tense, from to choose. Fuh a fat chubby boy. Lucifick, making light. Goar, any edging sewed upon cloth. Petrolium. a liquid bitumen, black, floating upon the water of springs. (They didn't know what coal oil was in those days) Portress, a female guardian of the peace. Wis, to know" The old book is in a fair state of preservation but is much yellowed by exposure to light The printing is good and plain though some of the pronouncing italic letters seem a little queer to us today. Theoldest inhabitant here doesn't know who George Carpenter was or when the book was brought to Kentucky. There is no date, name of author, printer or place on inside of book showing what country it was published in. On the back between the lids on the outside are printed in gilt letters these words: Sheridan's Dictionary. Ready to -- Wear Waists and Skirts for Ladies Up-to-dat- e in every particular. Ladies examine our Spring and Summer UNDERWEAR. KfcmnuiiiiiiwiHiMn'M LADIES' HATS A large line of Lsdies' and lisaes' Ready-Trimme- d lints. Don't, fail to visit our big store before you make your spring purchases. We have most anything you want. E. L. e w LIVINGSTON, KY. o 9999 o99 Cockrell a w oae8B9eoee aoaoaoaoa ow , a0 aa m i ei 6etti 0SaM CHINK'S PLACE Opposite Post Office ..a9 090 ..e asf) tfiQQ cos ..a)B ..aeQ -a0 9b. 38. .. IIIIH. CSS. SCeo. 8 "ae0 .OS 0 as0 as0 900 0 00 We invite you to wait in our store OA In aso while the mai! is being opened 00 ae0 S0a. 00 ea. fact we want you to come in and see ..03 00 Cioa,. CGa.. Gtta,. a0 0 60 09a. 00 place anyway ea ;. us inour new 09a. ttaa. a Gome ; 00 a. aa. a. Yours very truly CHAS G DAVIS, BSs.. 0a ea a )a ::;:" phone 29 Q9a.. 00f ' . .7.. II, zzzsr. -- SoMoooooooaooooooooooooooooooaooaoooooooooaoo 0ii..:00000000000000-0000000.f0000000 ............................. t, )) '. ,4 ,,, 1 ! Leading Druggist .r...f 00 mw m 00 00 a0 00 O0 00 00 00 090 0 M00fl 00 politics is Hell" more than every! good citizen should in order to k have a government of the people, "ffl by the people and for the people and not a government by the po litical bosses. But we must have some candidates, and the offices should seek the men and not men seek the offices. I do not mean to dictate what should be done but will suggest that if I should be induced to make such a race that besides running on the platform suited to this county. I am a farmer and at least 90 per cent of the people are lrom this class and a part of the remainder is common laborers and I can testify to the fact that dollars in this county are scarce and hard to get hold of and for that reason I am in favor of reducing the salaries of the county officers back to $600.00 a year. The raise was uncalled for as hundreds of people will testify to the fact that the people are net getting any more or any better service than in former administrations. It is my opinion there can be some more economy used also and there by save the people from of Rockcastle anywhere $5000.00 to 10000 00 in the next four years. "Live and let live'' is a very good policy. And another thing I would suggest that we have a little cleaner politics, and not so much cempaign funds, and then we would not have to have such high salaries to come out ahead. And where there is any suspicion that there was anything used in elections- - do like has been done in some of the other states, have the parties brought into court and prosecuted . Now there is one more suggestion and it is a very important one. And it is the construction and maintenance of our county roads. I say they can be made comparatively good all over the county in a few years withont any bond issue either by using machinery that could be bought with the money saved on officers salaries and could be run with the money that is paid to road overseers to let their own teams stand in the Shade or haul rock that two men could carry at a load in a coffee sack. If we need hauling done on road let men j I up-to-da- te ew Line of D ry Goods Bl0l9lEal JUST RECEIVED I We have the best of Goods and our prices right Call and see us JOE NO West Main Street V1T. VERNON, KY. THE PEOPLES IK stamls for methods which make financial iustitntions of positive value. The management of this institution recognizes that strength, ahovc all else, is an absolute essential factor in the conduct of every bank. Furthermore, an intelligent appreciation of the individual requirements of patrons is necessary to make its service to them what it really should be. Consistently and steadfastly adhering to this theory, The Peoples Bank has enjoyed a substnntial growth, lioth in nnmber of depositors and in the volume deposits. Bank with us. THE PEOPLES TJ. BANK MT. VERNON, KY. G. BAKER, President. J.P.E. DRCMMOXD, Vice.-Prc- s. F.L.THOMPSONJr., Cashier. CLAUDE C COX, Ass't. Cash a 000 wvor v 0) 00 '00 a use a team to particularly put in their six days, say three to one, and in that way get all the hauling And at the done that is needed. JONAS McKENZIE SELLS ty30$3d $ 3a$3K363cC GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER B rod head Ky -- COMPLETE LINE-Coff- ins, Caskets and Robes, Mail, Telegraph or Tele- I CASTOR A Signature of MAny friends are asking the Nothing Doing at All. question of what is the present Hokus ''So she didn't return your s a us, of the Boone Way move- love, eh?" Pokus "Return my lore? ment. Through the work of the Why, she didn't even return my pre secretary and the hustlers of our eat." Town Topic. T S end of two years if there isn't a bigger improvement with less expense fo tne tax payers imin has been qujt colJjcJ.iriroar tax at all. And another th.ing not allow no one person to hold more than one office of profit or trust. Now Brother Progressive think seriously and weigh carefullv the suggestions made and meet me on the above date. Yours a Progressive, . P. H. Shutts. Advertisement SELZ SHOES THE "ROYAL BLUE" I F you need a good pair of shoes it is to your interest to examine the Selz line before you buy, phone orders Promptly Pilled. i 1 CHAMBERLAIN'S TABLETS FOR CONSTIPATION. For constipation, Chamberlain's Tablets are excellent. Easy to Give them a' trial. C. C. Davis, take, mild Jand gentle in effect. For sal by JONAS McKENZIE MT. VERNON, KY. ., r' .!.'. :;?5j. ' J I. J. 5V- -,- .-,.. fit v ,ur fjsrz.-rf T " 7 rIP '.au L - A r si ' 'it, yfcV A snoke factory and electric lights a;e in sight. Mt. Vernon, Ky., Mch. 14, 1913 Prospects are good for something doing in this town. up "IJo. 79" when CbIi New Spring Dry Goods now ouvwin to Communis cate wdh SIGNAL arriving at Sutton & McBee. FISH'S are showing all that's new in Easter fixings for men. MT. VERNON SIGNAL 79 79 The infant of Mr. and Mrs. Golden Cummins died Wednesday Louisville & Nashville R Ft. Co. night. T'AIE TABLE. Mt. Vernon will soon have electric 22 ucrtn. 4.y p m lights. 24 norm .... 3:53 a m J3 Its a settled proposition that Many a man looking for sympathy needs two swift kicks 21 oouth 12:19 a m properly placed. Jas. Landrum, Agent. Regular services at the Baptist Phone No. 8. Church Sunday March 16. Public Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice cordially invited to attend. south 11:38 a rr j as fceeoml-clas- s mail matter. PERSONAL George Marler was in Knoxville last week buying goods. Fred McFerron was up fruui "Breezy Hill" Saturday. C. D. Sutton was in Cincinnati, during the week buying goods. Rals Wilmott and Charlie Hurt were up from Brodhead Wednesday. W. T. Davis has opened a slice shop in the McFerron building, next door to the Signal office. Don't fail to see our big line of Selby Low Cuts for women. Sutton & McBee Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Ponder, Jr of the Gaulev sretion are the proud parents of their first born, a fine girl. Round trip ticket, to Louisville for $4 00 April 28. 2d and 30th Mrs. Roberta Maret is visiting limited to May 5th account of relatives in Laurel and Beli Kentucky Educational Association. counties. Mch. H.. L- Smith and Grant Mullins Fcr Sale: Some thorough were in London Monday on bred Red Duroc boars, weight business. about 100 lbs., which I will sell Chess Brown was here from for 10 a piece if sold at once. London Monday and Tuesday W. J. Sparks. buj ing cross ties, Mch. i4-3- t. Mt. Vernon, Ky. C. T. Si nmons hook-keepfor Interest in the Commercial Club the K. P. at Pine Hill, was here continues on the increase. There Saturday aud Sunday. are now 3S members, who have! Mrs. Delia Baker and daughter, buckled down to the business of Margerie, visited her c aughter making a greater and better Mt. Jn Paris, during the week. Vernon and tie pushing of both Mrs, Cleo Brown has returned ioT;nand pounty interests. from the city with a full line of Mrs, Elizabeth Brooks, widow millinery for spring and summer. of Richard Brooks, deceased, died Ben Griffin has accepted a posi Wednesday at the home of her son tion with the W. J. Sparks Co. as Mr. Tom Brooks, Paris, Ky. The bookkeeperat their Chester, Tenn., remains were brought here on the plant. early train this motning and the .Mrs. M. J. Miller has returned burial will take place iu Elmwood from Cincinnati where she bought cemetery this afternoon. a Hue of spring aud summer milCLUB NOTICE. linery. The March open meeting of the Wade Leece, one of Crab Orchards' most prominent business Woman's Club will be held this The men, wac & visitor Jo .pur town evening at the Manse. THE HOME OF. GOOD CLOTHES j hostesses will be Mrs. J. W. Wednesday. All Around the Corner Next to the Court House grown, Mrs Ed Gentry, Mrs. Johnny Griffin, of Withers, who The underwent a very serious oper tion Watson and Miss Watson. entertainment will consist in the the merchants at this place last I'm durned glad of it; for itt WITHERS. last week jn Louisville, is getting reading of a little suffragette play week. along very nicely. Opportunity once hits you hard Each with pictures from life. it knocks fishing, coon hunting J. W. Sams,, of the Livingston member is invited to bring one C. E. Mullins is in Jackson this reckon'' said Cull reflective and loafing skiwoddling. 'I Commercial Club was here Tuesweek. Miss Martha Parks, of guest. Preceding "you've read that piece some day and reports good work in Livingston is with her sister, Mrs. feller wrote about Opportunity their organization. The following are the new CabiBen Mullins this week. Measles R. H. just Knocking once? That's all d Rev. D. R. Gantry returned net members: are no scarcity in this paat. stuff and nonsense. Opportunity Secretary of State -- William Jen yefeterdav from Lexington where Seeles, of Jackson county, is has knocked around my place JIT. VERNON, KY. moving to this place. Callie be went to gee his son, Floyd, who nings Bryan; Secretary of Treasuntil there are dents all over the ure William G. McAdoo, of New Baker Building, Up Stairs. Baker remains about the same. has been very ick. house and barn. The trouble is Rooms recently oceupied by Dps. Hut-fiel- d Fred Mullins, the hustling mer- York; Attorney General James which is the Saturday preceding Stanford and Misses Sallie and Nettie Mullins I've nearly always knocked off & Hris. visited their cousin, Miss Pearl chant and all around g6od fellow, McReynolds, of Tennessee; Secwork the day he is around and Lancaster County Court days. lAnrtprsrvn Saturdav nnrl finndnv. of Mullins Station, was in town retary Qf Commerce William C. Redfield, of New York, Secretary Miss Lillie Mullins is on the Wednesday on business. Garrison, War Charles Grant All those having stock of any kind and sick list this week. Allen Pennfribble Bryant who is telegraph of New Jersey, Secretary of the of ington, of Oakley, who is repreThe executive board of the Rockcastle Association will meei ing at Sbawhan on the K. C, has Navy Joseph Daniels, of North also those desiring to purchase should not fail senting the Cox Bros., Hat Co., with the Hazelpatch Baptist Church, at Hazel patch, Ky., on March been with relatives here and at Carolina, Secretary of Labor was calling on the merchants of 29th aud 3Cth, to discuss the following subjects: 'The meeting w: I Orlando during the week, William B. Wilson, of Pennsyl- to be present as we expect to have plenty of this place last week. Wilse Allen be called to order by the Chairman at 1:30 p. in., Saturday 29th. Floyd Miller has returned from vania. Postmaster General Al- stock for sale who is well as purchasers are is with at work near Winchester, as Knoxville where he spent a few bert Burleson, of Texas,. homefolks this week. Mr. days with his brother. Robert prepared to take good care of your stock. and Mrs. Melvin Barnett visited Harry, who has a good position BOONE WAY CONTRIBUTORS relatives, at Cruise, Saturday 1. Devotional Exercises Rev. James Barnes The following progressive men Plenty of good feed can be had there with one qf Knoxville's a very reason- and Sunday. 2. Roll Call and Report of Churches .' largest drug houses. have contributed to the postage, Leonard Moore, of Cruise spent 3. Discuss'ion: "Hindrances to the Spiritual able price, if desired. N, V. Bond, the man who i fco stationery and printing fund for Friday with his little friend, Progress of Our Churches," build a railroad up Rockcasflp the promotion and pushing of the Forrester Mullins. Services at Judge Revs. C. K. Carmical, G. W. Martin, Boone Way movement: river to McKee, in company of Cove Kidge next Saturday and Williams, Covington; and T. C. Duke. Harry Bowman went ever route Richard G. x Sunday conducted by Rev. Thos. from Livingston to McKee this Col. Bennett H. Young, LouisD urham. Little Misses Mary i. Discussion: "The Bible Plan of Giving." week closing up contracts for ville; Livingston Commercial Club Rev. A. J. Pike, L. D. Gooch and Elizabeth Mullius spent SunJ. Harry Alh?n, Winchester Granright of way, and Rev. Jas. Cummins. day with their cousins Misses Mrs. Shirley L. Tafce ite Brick Co., Winchester. Mr. and Susie and Leona Anderson. John 5. Can the Heathen Be Saved without the Gospel ? " Crab Orchard, There is, plenty of roprn on the were with bis mother, Mrs Lear (Tint;, of Carico, was with Revs. J. C. Clouse, Fortner, Jas. Lnnsfortl names. Dont you Alice Tate, a few hours Monday hooks or fflore and G, W. Martin. Qf pushers evening on their way from Miller-bur- want yours in the list Call on or 7:80 p. m. Sermon, Rev. A. J. Pike. Ky., to Morristown, Tenn for etter things? 0 Boone Way Secretary Subject : "Denominational Union." Mrs. Tate has entirely recovered address Booster Band, Mt Vernon, Ky. from a severe attack of measles. JApiT . A. M The Miller & Beazley horse sale 8:30 a.m. Song service and conference,. proved a very unsuccessful venture LOCAL for the promoters. There was all .w 9:00 a.m. " How Can Our Association- - Best Promote-thWe are now showing all the kinds of stock on the ground for Put it up Right, and' you'll get Double Cause of Christ? new styles in Walk Over low cuts. sale gfftqiency, Long Life Economy Satisfaction but there were no buyers and Revs. L. D. Gooch, C. K. CarmrcaT, Jas. Brown, Sutton & McBee. consequently no sales were made. t0 A. J. Pike, and John Hiatt. pi2o?? "Psbnrh No bagging or sagging, no There is one better way than The weather and the time, of the stringin" stay3 no bKns 10:30 a.m. Sermon. Rev. T. C. Duke. wen appftfpf 'to rtijh a town Snd it i yeap had a. gfeat qeql o do with account of long"3nd short" wires, goes up without. Subject j The Hope of the Churchi."' hitch, over the most ?n p 29 i, b,ut be main feature, there for those who jive m i uneven ground aa easily as on level land, Decause there are nono. Consider build-Th- e 12 M. Adjonyn for dinner. about apolpgi?ing for its es.;stnce. were no buyers from a distance secret's in the Weld. It costs less hig-co- st when you buy; fence. It is a and the home people did not Ex, to string "Pittsburgh Perfect" because it serious problem for some, but "Pitts-take- s 1:30 p.m. Best.Methods of Enlisting and? Retaining We regyet very want to buy . less time than any other fence, burgh Perfect" users smile. Pupils in Sunday Schjosl There will be a good opening much the unfortunate outcome, Style for HELD, FARM, RANCH, LAWN, Made In Different A. E. AJbsight, J. P. E. Drummond ior an experienced news paper man because these gentlemen had put CHICKEN, POULTRY and RABBIT YARD and GARDEN Every Rod Guaranteed Mrs. Georgia McClure, and Granville. Ower 5 at an early man at an early date money and time in the enterprise Ask your dealer for "Pittsburgh Perfect" and ihsist on his furnishing it. Do not allow him toneauada 2.30 p.m. ou new paper to De started in and were entitled to a successful The Obligation of the Church to the Sunday School." JJA tuat wm, UUlbi IblJUC 13 JUQL US gWUU. 11 MW UWOU t 9CSA llf VTtl3 UO UUGVM R ! fn x:M, live town, population 3000. Plant sale, but "where there is a will P!.i.nrf x4ji 3:00 p.m. General talks, singing and adjournment. bti If roa ore interested in We Fencinr, write Bright. Annealed & Galvanized Wire; Twuted Each church will be complete and ready for for FREE copy of our ALMANAC 1913 Cable Wire: Hard Spring Coil Wire: Fence i" urged to send messengers and $1.00 for expenses . there is a way" and it is deatopies; roultry netting atapies; Regular Wire starting as soon as right party is termined that Mt. Vernon shall 'Naik; Galvanized Wire Nail; Large Head h (looting Nails; single cole lies; f R. L. Smith '0 found to place in charge. Write mo Pittsburgh Steel Co. Perfect" Fencing All made of Opca i' CM,rv M have a horse sale and that a stock Pktibargh, PBByIvanws Executive Board - J W. Hilton Hearth material. Box No. 37, Mt. Vernon, Ky. market shall be established here. ( Wm. Hurst 2t . State experience. t. - er Remington type- VHIHBHIMPVHHHHHMnlSSBHiHHIHi SCHOOL. writer, good as new. Apply at this office. Julia Dodd has entered school this week and will be a member Judge Bethurum says that of the dormitory family. Jordan is going to be hard road Sallie Stewart is at home on for some ot the whiskey dealers, 1 account of mumps, but will re- and from the amount of drinking turn soon. there was last Saturday there Miss R'becca Watson has re- must be plenty of it. We have turned and resumed her work. heard several say that there The Rev. Mr. Cromer, ot Louis- were more drunk men in town last ville, gave an inteiesting talk Saturday than had been seen on before the student body on Fri- the streets in many yp's. 5 Ly Wssr Mmmi m'W day afternoon. We are always Notice: I desire to say to the glad to hear of the work others people of Rockcastle county that are doirg becaube of the bioaden-in- g I am a condidatc for jailer subof our own horizon as well as ject to the Republican primary pi b.cause of the immediate interest Aug. 2, I913 Please remember of the work itself. your deliberations and me in Sadie Langford, Lovell Klontz, keep my name in mind when you Hazel and Victor Hysinger are go to the polls to cast your vote. W. H. Riddle. new members of the kindergarten. Adv-i- t. 1 IklkiU Everybody Kathenne Welch and Carl Leo C. D. Sutton. Rev. D. R. Gentry i Thompson have returned to the and Mrs. Delia Baker and hei little kindergarten after an due daughter, were passengers on No. 1 to illness. 3S which wrecked near Richmond, and The first, second and third Sunday It was a mere accident grades are enjoying the work with that many were not killed. All rulers, hammers and saws, a half cars left the track, and the bagGood Several an nour eacn morning, .besides gage car turned over. the ability required iu working were bruised up but no one,' ser with the hands the accuracy iously hurt. necessary in taking the measure Mrs. R. B. Muilins has a walkments, is good for the children. ing cane that was at one time the of the father Judge John Warner corsets 81 to 3 Redfern property Fish and is supposed to be more corsets $5. We will deliver by than a hundred years old. It is a Parcel Post anywhere. novel piece of work consisting of u Sutton & McBee. curling vine growth shaped something like a corkscrew; has a iron Wallace Laswell, Admr. ferule at the bottom and a buck-hor- u of James Townsend and top finish for a hard hold Plaintiff Martha Townseld is marked with the letters and VS Defendants J. F. Bales ect. I will on Wednesday March 26 BEST FOR SKIN DISEASE. 1913 hold sittings in the office of Nearly ever skin disease yields L. W. Bethurum, in the town of quickly to and permanently idea of Mt. Vernon Ky., to hear proof of Buckleu's Arnica Salve, is correct in Shoes, Suits, and claims in above styled cases. All nothing is better for burns or Shirts, Neckwear and other furnishings Soothes and heals. are hereby bruises. parties interested Mich., for Easter and Spring-wea- r. notified to be present and all Jonn Deye, of Gladwin. says atter suffering twelve years having claims against the with, parties skip ailment and spending above estate will file tbem properly $400 in doctors' bill, Bucklen's LOOK FOR THE SIGN OF THE FISH proven on or before said date. Arnica salvo enred him It will Only 25c. help vou. RecomG. S. GRIFFiN, Master Com. Rockcastle circt court mended by Chas. C. Davis. A LANGDON MEMORIAL For Sale win wK3m t WJSb FISH'S r GUARANTEED Clothes ARE For Moii wife u JwmJ, "GoodEnuf" M&M&vwi t (cv hU o& rmmm mt imw.w ab-enc- e llN ih Jmm if lirKl Mrtk Not Too FOR ANYBODY. Easter Suits $10.oo to ?20.oo what Men's Hats, Are now being displayed in our windows, and a look inside will give you a complete LIVE STOCK AT CRAB ORCHARD, KYt 1 Sales Each Saturdav 2nd and 4th Monday in each month Til-for- Dentist CONOVER PROGRAM We Saturday. March 29th. at .... CRAB ORCHARD LIVE STOCK SALES ASSOCIATION Ky. g, Pittsburgh Perfect' Fence - Sunday e f "SSJS! "" II i'ltu-burg- 5f '&? v.f; " .a.., j . fW. -- .iV- - , t lr rtJ'. 14 r - ' o'Jf"J I'p'mam, mH,'j& tfflfcMrn rm KNOWN COUGH REMEDY. To our friends of all political, ?BRNDN CD. forty-thre- e years Dr. King s Fo. or rehg'ous affiliations, v recomNew Discovery has been known ., mend, moderation and forbearance. throURhout the world as the m05t m PRACTICAL The inauguration of President reliable cough remedy. Over UNDERTAKERS Wilson,1 marks the beginning of a three million bottles were used new era in American politics. last year. Isn't this proof? It will get rid of your cough, or we Whether or uot he is the man AND will refund your money. J.J. of your choice or mine, whether 3IJ5ALMEHS ZZ gC Owens of Allendale, S. C. writes or not he reflects j our political V. W. March, 10, Mt. Vernon, Ky, the way huudreds of others haye 3 views or mine he is nevertheless I had r.ervous chills and Mecosta, Slich., Itoute 1. dona: "After twenty years I find AI.i c and the and they would Icav: me very weak. IThen I had inflammation with our your president doctored seven months that Dr. King's New Discovery and mine. His doctor said I had a floitinjr kidney. He said I would have to have an operation. Then I family election has not chauged a single stcpned taUiDS Lis medicine After taVin:; three bottlc3 of Dr. Pierce's FOUND, the place to buy Spectacles is the best remedy for coughs and r- - had any nervous chilli or weak spells. I am better medicines I that , ,., . unu. ui. iicrecu clause ot the Canstitution, it lias and Eyeglasses for $1.50and up. Gold, coldscoughs I have ever used" ., , .. than for years. . Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of Mv daurMPr 13 row GiKinr me irccnpuua or colds and all throat Silver and Aluminum Frames. Lar- For uot cnaned iu tne least particular Golden Mciical I scenery, also the 1'cllets lor nervousness ana iSrt have helrcd her ever so much in a i r.n-.- r and lung troubles, it Las no equal sE t.work for the company. 5 time- - Wc nave s?jat faith in jour medicmus for female troubles." the Judiciary, therefore the shift gest selection ofin town. Eyes tested 50c and $1.00 at Chas. C. Davis- fc'Pftg. experience. Free. Years Orders by wire promptly tilled. Hearse sent to all points ; Dr. Pierce's Piaszhzt Ptilets isduce mill natural bowel movement. .ing of the responsibility of ad fXlt. McDonald. For Sale: 1 tract of landsev- n ministration from tho republican JKWELKR AND OPTICIAN. (7) acres on the East side of K. Managers jMiiy iu me ueniuciaue party, COX BROS. STORE R. in Conway, Ky., good 8 room Oftico Mt. Vernon Monuir.ental Building PHOXE HiJ will not in all probability ! dwelling kr.own as the Heath materially change the tsend of property, built on modern stvle FOR FLETCHER'S iiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiuiuiiiuiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiuiumiiiiuiiur: legislation or the execution of I finished in good style, with sura law now in force. mer kitchen; good well, good bar. m n, The president has shown as T&EIFtZx Couch askets THE CAUSE OF RHEUMA- lir ne H$ && ud good garden;, good store uouse chief executive, of New Jersey, TISM, 60 x 24 ft. and other out buildings. is unexcelled cJrfiKK VM mi'A that he is novice in administrative - lv' si H.iiul in ad ft (Jofiinsfiirnishp.fi Storaach trouble, lazy liver and One good 4 rojai cottage as good nor ignorant of the quest M ability, .. MW--deranged kidneys are tne cause of as new. well finished. About 15 ions which are predominant in rheum itism. nearse seia to an parts 01 m mVmfi&ftgm Get your stomach young fruit trees. 1 will sell tor K I had been troubled, a little, for nearly 7 years," writes American politics. the County liver, kidneys and bowels in $3250, on" easy term HM' A splendid The most noted change how- healthy condition Mrs. L. Fincher.j in a letter from Peavv.. Ala., "but I was by taking . stand tosellgiods. For further All orders by Wire Promptly Filled ever, a sweeping change, is the Electric Bitters, and you will not not taken down, until March, when I went to bed and had be troubled with the pains ol particulars address me at Couway overwhelming preponderance of i i4f to have a doctor. He did all he could for me, but I got no Chas. B Allen, a Ky., or U S. Wyatt, W W&a a democratic representatives in the rheumatism. Sylvania, Ga. Berea, Kv., better. I hurt all over, and I could not rest At last, I tried J lower house, and a majority, in st'hool principal, of 94-MT. VERNON, KY Phone who suffered indescribable toitue Feb. 13-- 3 mo. W. M.Hayes. Cardui, and soon I began to improve. Now I am in very fhe Stnate. from rheumatism, liver and good health, and able to do all my housework." It is doubtful, however whether stomach srouble and diseased kidRound trip tickets to Knoxvilta "All remedies this majority in either house can neys, writes: H3K2ES3SSS3aHi failed until I used Electric Bit for $4.45 June 22, 23, 24, 28. 29 be brought to consider any subject as a unit, nay indeed it is ters, but tour bottles of this July 5, 6. 12 and 19 limited to 15 wonderful remedy cured me 1 apparent that democrats as well completely. ' Maybe vour rheu- days from date of sale accoun as republicans are divided on the matic pains come from stomach of Summer school of the South Elec-jtri- c University of Tennessee. two great questions, of national liver and kidnev troubles. You may wonder why Cardui is so successful, after Bitters will give you prompt importance, viz. "Tariffe Reother remedies have failed. The answer is that Cardui is A. TEXAS WONDER. and $1 vision" and the regulation or relief. 50c Chas. C. 00 Recomsuccessful, because it is composed of scientific ingredients, Davis. mended by The Texas wonder cures kidnej control of corporate predatory and bladder troubles, removing that act curatively on the womanly system. It is a medicine wealth. However this does not gravel. d.res diabetes, went and for women, and for women only. It builds, strengthens, and change the fact, Wilson is our ame backs, rheumatism and all restores weak and ailing women, to health and happiness. president, of the whole people and regularities of the kidneys and -- .F erf ? fk. tf:t v as such he is entitled to the supIf you suffer like Mrs. Fincher did, take Cardui. It Reguin both men and women. port of every loyal American will surely do for you, what it did for her. At all druggists. lates bladder troubles in children. Citizen in the enforcement of the Write tn' Ladies' Advisor Dect.. Outtnooca Atedidne Co.. Chattanooia. Term.. If not sold by your druggist, will book. "Home Treatment ior Women." sent free. J 60 Special Instruction, and lor laws, and the provisions 01 the be sent by mail on receipt of Si. Constitution. One small bottle is two months' His inaugural address if it ' treatment, A BANK BOOK BOY WITH and seldom fails to means fc&ttSjfrj anything, unmistakably sm Send for testiperfect a cure. suggests that he is in sympathy Oii is the one who is jroing to amount to something. monials from this and other states. with the spirit of progressiveism,' Mo need to worry about his future. If you want to do Dr. E. W. Had, 2ga6 Olive street Nothing is more important in "New nationalism if you please yonr boy the best thing for him .open an account in the home than clear, steady light. St. Louis Mo., Sold by druggist. and if he follows up the policy Insure this by setting the oil that his name at the BANK OF MT. VERNON. Give burns clear and clean without a therein outlined he is entitled to flicker down to the last drop. him the book and teach him to save instead of spendI Will Pennsylvania crude oil refined to II You It is claimed old Cull is so the support of the whole people. perfection. ing. He will be glad of your teaching during his stingy that te re.uses to have You who are suffering tho tortures of Eczema. Itch. Sals Rheum or other n Costs no more than the In view of what is said here may ) whole life. tiud saves MONEY saves skin diseases you v;nosc s.teiv. but one small fire each day, sajs lesa by the terrible Itchinir.days are miseraulc. Trhoo nishtsaare of a sooth-inwe not plead with our fellow burning pains, let tne send you trial WORK saves eyes. healing treatment which has cured hundreds, which I believe will cure J. C. Hutzalt. R. P. Vour dealer has SOI.ITE OH, in the smoke wears out the chimney you. I v. ill send it tree, postage patd. witLout aay obligation on vour part. citizens to act with moderation in barrels direct from our works. Just fill tbe coupon below and mall it to mc. or write me. civics your name, aze and address. too fast even with little tires. the discussion of political or reI will send the treatment tree of cost to yen. B&UK OW MT. VBBNOF Chas. C. Stoll Oil Co. ligious, topics, that seem to divide Louisville, Ky. 'MT. VERNON, KENTUCKY, J. C. HUTZELL, 123 West Main St., Fort Wayne, Ind. us in opinion . Refinery at Warren. Pa. Please send without cost or obligation to me your Free Proof Treatment. V. I.. RICHARDS, President. We sell the celebrated "No To matteis of education, the S,a3H0131J HOd Carb" Auto Oil. A. B. FURNISH, Cashier. Age Name discussion of our religious differences, the administration of our Post Office local municipal affairs or oar SUM Street and No social problems partisan politics WALNUT GROVE. has no tangible relation. Farmers are getting along 6ne It is a good thing for business in this part plowing. Rev. James men, in town or country to unite Mt Vernon. Ky Cummins filled his regular ap- in common cause, to promote tae pointment at Poplar grove Satwelfare of the community. TTnmn and office in the late residence urday and Sunday. Joe Cummins Commercial Clubs, good road r. Myers formerly occupied on 'a01d is very sick at this writing. Mr. committees, Ladies' aid societies Vernon. aiainStVMt. and Mrs James Hurst isited the can render good any litkrs parents Saturday night. community if theyservice in party ' C. Just lay on n Postal Card: "Send me a copy of Stark Year Book for 1913." ignore When writing, also tell us how many trees, shrubs, vines, etc., you will probably Aiiss Khoda Burton visited her lines ATTORNEY-AT-LAor religious differences. plant this season. .sister Mrs James Hurst Sunday. KY. This Year Book is more than a mere cata!oae of Stark nunerv nrndnera. Jf I a This does not mean that ind 3VIT. VERNON. Lewis a. Leslie Brown visited practical, easy to understand textbook for the guidance of the man who plants trees. viduals shall surrender, their refloor o "OFFICE. On 2nd. Our own experience of nearly 100 years, the reports of experiment stations and the their cousii., Soy Cummins Sunopinions of planters from all sections are condensed and reproduced for the benefit of The Bankof Mt. Vernon, on Churc day. John Riiins made a trip ligious or political convictions. busy people. An encyclopedia of orchard information, containing full size color On the contrary we should be street. Special attention given to town Sunday illustrations of gloriously tinted fruits and many photographic reproductions in black to see hi$ son to collections. and white; also information on many subjects in which the orchardist is interested. true to both and maintain them to who is ver ste.v. Hundreds of varieties of apples, pears, peach, plum, cherry, apricot, quince, Phone No. 8o. tfye utmost by Christian courtesy, grape and all small fruits femjly Win. so good to soothe, quiet who nervous system as a pure tfyceno extract of native med.cal plants, calm the -SS made. without alcohol, which . In IlnrKir -t ui.. i,.... rr, fainting spells, hysteria, some women suffer from dizziness, or ovrm 7 nttnt c fr irregularity UU"'V All 4ltnrn w DeunuB", Heaaace, '7"". - j nm tM!inc fnri nnin.u- .. w Uiws ,; ajmwvwmo " Pwrinrinn f "j uy famn,. r are rcnevcu L.. wC and female disturbance f As?? powerful, inviCoatajJ tonic Favorite Prescription " imparts strength organs distinctly fenj.nme. particular to to the whole system, and inworked, "worn-out- ,' the Vnr nvpr. teachers, milliners, dressmakers, seamstresses, " house- - keepers, nursing mothers, and feeble women generally, it is aa excellent appetizing cordial and restorative tonic. "Ky disease vras called retroversion," writes Mas. Lytjia. McDon '" numb spells flashes rsrfejjs. frinf A imexperience hot vw?ta nothing woman Or the -m 1 -- I JTTlAl v.-., r ., ..-- ,- juui !Ll - SiJJt jm. "run-down," Is MODERATION. shop-girls- ," and damn his treacherous fliatteres without winking. Tall men, sun fosr in rmwnfvi who live above-thpublic duty and ;in private tbink- ing. ' 1 hese are the kind of ineu "we need. May you and I and all of ou fellow citizens look for such to administer our affairs. Mt Vernon, Ky., e 1 BEST I ,iw. DPKET I 3 jyiSri i4?S r If g COUCH METALIC CASKETS h-- vc Coffins and Robes. . . mmS ThAWTi-mrfi- I J. C. MOORE ChJdren Cry - mum I GEORGE OWENS, i m OASTO Rl A I &fS & I- mM8&m '"jA5, -- Don't Suffer! mumm S &&'W 3iriVpl TAK ll The WomarfsTonic ge THE the Lamp that Saves Eyes E m gjbsi CAN BE CURED Free Freve to o tank-vraco- c. TH Vld OlSVO AlQ H9ipiITQ W. T. FRANCIS, Dentist Stark Bro's Nurseries & Orchards Co. YEAR BOOK of. Williariie, MAILED TO YOU FREE JJcnnev ard of t 4' opinions as at this place Saturday night and wjdejy 3.S do the blades of grass or Sunday. Mi.ssLvdia Marcum has URDERTAKER and EMBALMER returned home at'ter a few month-- leaves of thg forest do in form, yet the individuality of the mass make .stay in Virginia with her lriends. a symmetrical whole as pertains to llortie Cummins and wife the latter. visited nt Gtcye Proctor's Sun In the cace ot tbe farmer though day. George E'Dn, of Bndv, vaiying in judgment and opinion attended church here Sunday. from one extreme to the other Ernest Den y ad wife will the united wisdom of a club a y lrsiiwm w m v vnivz wwcvi i (leave the 14th. lor Bridgeport, Ini , legislature or a congress is the where they will make jit of the wisdom of home. vHaden Mitchell the monu- embodiment parts. In other mental man came down fy.Qra ;ts (Copoent .words, ,:fifB h,ole is greater Waynesburg last week fld J0 than any of its parts, jnce tbe tombstones to J. W. Ping's grave absurdity of an in,diyid;ual a sct or at Mt. Pleasant. Mrs. Ssm&mba pOMjpaj parity dogmatically, Brown has been very sick with asserting tfejt ajl knowledge abides Jagrippe but is reported better at jyjth hj of its pegtf liar party or this writing. Mrs Henry Ping is very sick: Several of this place fieef. In conclusion we eppea) to the attended the hkurial of Frank patriotism end neighborly good Cummins at Prividenfig Sunday. will of our fellow cltixefts to Jay Aunt Liza Buriou whs Jjias aside, unreasonable prejudices baen suffeiing v rh a cancer for, and p?.rtv strife, and heated dis- some time is not expected to live cussion of NM essential differences very lone. Mount Vernon Monumental in politics or iigjion. Bennet Brown and wife cfcjied To this end let us see tflii .that -- ,. i t n n...m:;. o i are to ml theojftcesGf Mfss Zora Brown visited her'ithasewho i eoanjjy or K 'state shall be f and friend Miss Lottie Dennev Sun town, and dav, Arthur Hurst, of Level . brave, heroic Strong men or women. Granite Monuments of all Green, visited her cousin, Irvin1 A time like this demands .. . Estimates furnished Denney, Saturday and Sunday. t lid inds. avKunvL iiiiuus, icai ueaits, uruo Miss Zora Brown visited ready 'hands, men it application. cousin, Miss Alza Brown near aithtul and whom the lust of office doe not kill, G G.CVUSF K"v. Onftil. Tmn Rrntvn an A PHs of ofiice can children visited his son, Willie men tbe Pone 112 buy, men who passes Brows, at Mt. Vernon, Saturday not and Sunday. Miss MarthaMc,opinionsanda will, men who have Kinney, of the Freedom section honori men wno will not lie, men . fn FLETCHER'S ttende.d church-a- t Poplar Grove t, r.R 'Sunday. ' fllwu uFwy " '"fi5ue I ? v- J. C. McCLARY near Clarence Ky., visited Mend-- in discussion. WbMe we differ in Have You Seen the Coupon Now in - II are described; weaknesses of each variety ore pointed out and good points are explained. We feel that planters should know both. Those interested in growing fruits or flowers or shrubs or shade trees will find this book of inestimable value; totally different from the average nurseryman's publications. It is a book you will keep for reference, and one on which you can depend as being absolutely accurate. Write today for your copy. mmLmme. : w& -- WW- - mww r n iaMh ri n w STARK BRO'S Nurseries & Orchards Co. LOUISIANA, MO. i Stanford. Kv ij. tf-Cte- d rrpw Liggett Myers Duke's Mixture makes & great pipe smoke and rolled into a cigarette nothing can beat it. It is the favorite smoke of thousands of men who want selected, pure, Virginia and tobacco. North Carolina bright-lea- f you have not smoked Duke's Mixture, If iiiade bv Liggett Myers at Durham, N. 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