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Mount Vernon signal: March 28, 1913 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1913 mou1913032801_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: March 28, 1913 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. i mm 9DT (k iaxj-aa- i s Published Every Friday VOLUME XXVI. MT. VERNON, Established 1887 B3333E:2S3XSXZ&5Ca23E.a&. iwowrflwmiwi ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 28. 1913. SaESCISEKUWKffESffiSXSSSS: DUMBER 26 inmmAi.-1'.'iF- SHERIFF'S SETTLEMENT FOR J9JJ. 5000 collected By 4 per cent on residue T. J. Niceley Sheriff of Rock- ?36s 43 By 403 Exonerated polls castle county in account with Vfi.l'toctln riint.ir fnr rvpntll fnr . at 1. 00 each By vouch pd. No ioo E current expenses of said county S. Alhrmht for the 19II. By vouch paid No. 42 E For advalorum tax on as- GENERALFUND. i;4 62 00 5S 75 163 75 ! sessment &N. R. at 25 cts. i?2l 54 W. on each 100 By To advalorum lax on J as franchise of L & N. R. It. By Co., S3 1 6 S80 at 25 cts on L. Albright of said county By vouch paid no. 92 f.ir id car $1,690,160 at Walker Oweus S'4240 41 25 cts on each loo Bv vocuh paid no. 36 To adxolornm tax on J. N. Thorn s tangible property of L. By vouhh paii no. IGo R. 45 00 129 00 25 00 2 00 tain and will be ready with the soft drinks soon. Boys, this looks like a weak drink, but vou know that it is the best to be had, as Corney has played out. Mrs. L. H. Davis is visiting rela-tivin Berea. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Neighbors are spending a few days with relatives in Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Sams and children were visiting relatives in Pittsburg Sunday. Mrs. W. M. Pies ton and children have returned, after u week's visit with relatives at Boston and other towns. Reece Ward, who has typhoid fever, is slowly improvK-.ng E3S55SE3: E333E22SB1 ts made this THE fine startgive us that year to Sales record, and make this the Banner year in our Nine-teen-Thirteen ing. John Mullins and W. M. Co, S68S.615 H. Jone; vonch paid JMarett vocuh paid no. V. 260 270 800 00 Bethurum each Slco 792 20 By vouch paid no. 263 To Iranchise "advalorCO Logan Arnold. um tax'' on Western By vouch pail no. 2.sS Union Telegraph Com88 Willis Allen pany S4056 at 25 cts. on By vouch paid no 252 each $loo 10 14 Sutton & McBee 109 95 By vouch paid no 239 To advalorum tax on iW. R, McClure franchise of Adams Ex2 00 By vouch paid no. 245 press Company 12.929 at 25 cts. on each 100 6 00 32 32 H D. M'cGce By voi.ch paid no. 238 To franchise tax on Logan Arnold Peoples Bank of Alt. 40 00 By vouch paid no. 195 Vernon I35.75 at 2.s cts. op each 100 76 33 94 Bennett Ballard By vouch paid no. 237 To franchise tax on Drs. A. G. Lovell and D. Bank of Mt. Vernon B. Southard 30 00 184 gi, at 25 cts on each 100 By vouch 46 20 M. paid no 234 50 00 3 76 8 00 To franchise tax on Citizens Bank of Brod-hea- d 10859 at 25 cts. on each 100 To Iranchise on Pullman Car Co. 2614 at 25 cts on each loo To 2955 tithes at 1,00 27 15 Hix W. By vouch paid no. 208 D.C. Ponder By vouch paid no. 218 220 Conn Brown By vouch paid no. C. S. Armstrong 6 53 By vouch paid no. 6 00 221 each $2955 00 By vouch paid Hardin iMoore 9 00 no. 00 00 00 6 Total amt to County $9895 43 Logan Arnold By vouch paid no !I9 Cr. Settlement Continued A. f. Pish 2 By 207S4 at 20 cts. en By vouch paid no. 2i; ea-- h 100 Exonerations 51 96 Gus Staverson By 5987 at 25 cts, on each By vouch paid no. 215 14 97 Sioo land sold to state J. W. Mirier 2 Sy 409 delinquent tithes paid no. 210 S 00 By vouch sal 1. 00 each 40 (Continued on 4tli page.) By 10 per cent on first 00 Monday, on business. - J. A. The last week's the Mt. Childress was in Corbin, Monday. Vernon Signal contained the an- Some attraction there for Joseph. Buck Howard has moved into nouncement of Miss Tempest Ward as a candidate for the office the property of J. H. Owens and of County School Superintendent now Buck is a citizen of our holo Rockcactle county. Miss Ward low. James Jones has moved his is a daughter of J. H. Ward, family into the property of Fillard formerly of Sonora, and for the! McClure near town. Miss Flora past five years has taught in the Pennington is visiting relatives at Rural schools of Hardin county. Mt. Vernon, Jake Pike and J. She taught the Tunnel Hill M. Foure have returned from school last fall and gave entire Cincinnati after a few days' visit. Dr. R. G. Webb was called to satisfaction. Miss ward ranked as one of the very best teachers in Cincinnati last Friday to see Mrs. this county and her many frieuds H. L. Delph. The doctor reports Mr. and wish her success. She holds a her much improved. Stnt certificate and is highly Mrs. James Ponder were called to qualified for the position. Rock- Cincinnati last week on the accastle county will make no mistake count of the illness of their in electing her to the position. daughter, Mrs. H. L. Delpb. Mirror. Well, our jail is almost done and it Elizabethtown is a peach. Wonder who will bo the first inmate. Bet we can guess LI V1NGSTON. Boys, you will be good now. On last Fiiday the Adams express Farmers in this locility are beginning to hunt up their old agent here received instructions plow stocks; the cattle have com- not to deliver any more booze, so menced roaming over the hills in the drunk men will be few and far search of a few scattering buds: between. Rice Walton has reUiG martin, that emblematic bird turned from Barbourville where of spring has appeared, and called he has been attending College the long roll;- the toad, one of the and has a posh ion with the sur George Doss has ugliest creatures that inhabit the veyors. Irom Whitesburg, Ky., earth has appeared and singing spring songs. In a few more days where he has been running a secbirds and flowers will begin to ap tion. The regular downporo of pear and all nature will begin to rain since Tuosday has caused smile. W. H. Cottongim has re- Rockcastle river to leave it banks turned from Jacksonville, Florida, aud we predict a high tide again. Wade Graves, the telephone and other southern cities. Mrs. man, was with home folks Sun- J. M. Foure has purchased a foun ; Miss Tempest Ward. Preston were in Mt Vernon, Never before have we shown such Complete Lines Up Merchandise Such Bargains to-da- te business life, Such It's So rpev nee- d- get the right price stock 111 a B BzxTcra jr 22 When you can step into a store like ours and get anything you get the quailiy jret nice treatment and have the lamest your county to select from. Are ymi buying at the right place i Tsrcx H aac sm a K ! "crv sKEfl iK TJ jjei & K a t?ti it 5ri . AT g KI 1 M m& m MS iiitiriiii ui XTi H a i'i tti "1 t;i t B IE you wiil find a most complete line of Dress Goods Domestics Ladies and Gent's Furnishing Goods everything in Notions Men's and Boys' Hats and Caps 5tra, Hats i Panamas The famous "Diamond" Brands Men's, Ladies', Boys', Misses' and Children's Shoes HARDWARE and TOOLS Leather Goods - Trunks and Traveling Hags and every description-Leat- her Meal, Flonr, Meat, Lard, Coffee, Sugar, Rice, Can Goods and everything in 'the best Provisions, Tobacco. Cigars and thousands of items we can'r name here. - si mmw 5 l vt a e .r& M 1 L? tLl re-turn- Hi ill 22 r? HK "en W m We are the Carload Handlers of &?. v.? t.; . gm 1 In need of a pair of good work or dress shoes will do well to try a pair of our WALK-OVE- R Shoes, they have been Mm ihr--f I ! Fine Furniture, Hardware, Salt, Doors and Windows, Stoves and Ranges We ZtJi t M found to give entire satisfaction you will not be i 1 fflSS5B5SIS,5i8isfiassw A' V3 are not fooling around We are busy as bees ft J tk8H&HHIB fH tf ! V X Watch Old " KINO OF LOW PRICES n Airn ?j gxh v'v 1 a"a Js jC? Mt Vernon tmeiWfMJ.&T MT. VERNON, KY. one t s Coming to the Front Of MHAKXEMPAlOflX5Cl0lKlIHCOiaV WOMEN who are particular wear ymtiB ftfgk when night comes if you walk all day in a pair of soft and good flexible sole shoes -- TM s iHMvMa5Ba czZJ klkj&llfefzzm a pair of shoes bought at our store there is comfort as well as service. That ji the Leads VWXBBl V A Pair of Mai World For Style, Wear and Comfort 3.50 $3.00 $2.50 $2.00 $1.75 Order Shoes bought several hundred miles away may not fit you and you would be at the trouble and expense of returning them. WE VAY PARCEL POST both ways if they do not fit you. You get your shoes the. same day you order if you order from us . PRICES: $5.00 We are showing a big line of Walk-Ove- r $4;50 $4.00 $3.50 Other jBrands Low Cuts looked so good That never before $1.5o $l.oo era $3.00 $2.75 $2.50 $2.00. & McBEE day. He is building a line to j party given here Monday night were up fron Crab Orchard, Mon- Crooked Creek from he exchange the 24th, composed of the follov. day. Mrs. Bob Roberts, of Pii e David Rarabo, who has ing: Misses Ella May Blanford, Hill, is with home folks at Spiro. here. Arthur Anderson was ov r been very sick fox a while is able Florence Pennington, Nettie Rice, Log:m j Letha Summers. Carrie Ponder, from Pais, Sunday. Miss Haz H to o o work again. Overbuy has moved into his new Messrs. A. Pennington, Jobn Albright entertained a number f house near Shi Mug. The storm Clark, W. E. Gray, and Mr. and her little Iriends at a birthdry oc last Thursday night was the Mrs. V. H. Kruger, chaperones party on Thursday of last wee :. The wind storm of last Fnd .y severest that was ever witnessed liKQUliEAD. morning did considerable damage !in this part of the country. in these parts. It .unroofed a Houses were unrooted, barns W. E. Graveh 's Mi", and Mrs. A. E Albright large barn of Dr. blown down, fencing leveled with was played and little daughter, Worth, are on his farm near Hiatt, and scatthe earth and havoc with fruit trees but luckily no spending the week in Louisville tered two stacks of Millet for Miss Jewel him, tore down a crib for Per one was hurt. Mrs. S. E. Hellard and Cincinnati. who has been sick for some few Francisco speut Sunday with Rigsby and one for R. S. Martin. Messrs. Mr. Martin's crib had about lif- days, is able to be about again, relatives in Maretburg The civil engineers from West clarence Bell and Fred Evans teen barrels of corn in it.QWrecked Virginia came in last week and were down from London calling, twe barns for Ed Barger, and. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. damaged other property generbegan surveying the route for the. Sunday. new railroad but on account ol Farris have returned home after ally. But few orchards, fences or that escaped without the serious illness of the survey- spending the past week with their some damage. The rains of TuesBern-staor's father, he was called borne. son, W. R. Farris, at East U. B.iCass has returned day night and Wednesday were They have worked three or four ; home irom Birmingham, Ala., very heavy and did lots of dam days and got to the Durham Whirl on Rockcastle river. Miss where he has been working for age. The water was from twelve Nettie Rice and Miss Essie Pike the past three months. Bardie to fourteen inches deep in W. II. were in Pine Hill, Saturday. Wilson, of Indianapolis, Ind., is Sawder's store, and up to the Walter Browning, who is attend- spending a few weeks with his doors of the barber shop. A E. ing school at Mt. Vernon, was sister, Mrs. T. H. Likins. Mrs. Albright and J. M. Adams' stons. C. A. Wheeldou has about comand Eugene Proctor is very sick. with homefolks Sunday Mrs. W. P. Buchanan, of Stan John Siginan has returned homo pleted arrangements for a moving ford, and Mr. and Mrs. G. R. after spending a month with his picture show over bank building, Martin, of Danville, were the son at Corbin. Mrs.LoutishaRob and will probably give his first guests of their sisters, Mrs G. W. erts is visiting relativ s at Stan- - show the latter part of this week. W. O. Yadon bought a house Martin and Mrs. Bernard Hagan, ford and Junction City this week. Easter Sunday. Marion Fields, Ed Owens was over from Paris ;ana lot from J. Thos. Cherry ori of Stanford, is visiting his uncle, and spent Easter with home foks. j Silver street the first of the week 510. G.H.Rice.There was a tramp. Mr. and Mrs. J. Thos. Cherry 1 out-buildindt .Mr tir v T i HI - lw - - k tj.. i -t - nai- -' .. -- .ai. t.. -- t - " ' ',& mism ;u m J. .T r,f 1, i. 4 t - " :' ." i . tmtmwm MT VFRNHN oIuinml Mountains for ttesJriog government I VtnlNUlM aid for aroad so lhat ifcs citizens may do gome hauling and travel March 28, 1913 Friday, out into the sunlight beyond the shaddows of these everlasting every Friday by Published hills? Hogsburg. Gives unasked EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. for advice to the mountains say 1 ing "if you want toads di 'em'? Has two really great ONE YKA.R S1.00J Swineville. UBSCIUPTION " ed.tors but both are awfully "sot Advertising rates made known onn their ways" and were never known to agree upon any subject application except in the one instance, just a short time siuce when as though MEMBER OF in box car letters they let it be KKXTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION known "all for us nothing for the y S?IEC; xr- - Tt mountains, they ain't civilized up nothin' there aud don't need Losing Barrowville. nohow?" its grip in South East Kentucky? Bo:eville. Doesn't know the Bristleville. word reciprocity? AXX0rX('E3IEXTS. Eternally on the hog? Souey ville, by the Falls". JAILER. a:-- .. .t I '!E!! 'Jli'il'.-Li'iesM- M mmm vmmamymmBimmm ERECTING HIS t3BSSSKKSKKKttKKtKKtKKM OWN MONUMENT, rail Ortl i T HE KIND YOU HAD IN MIND -- ! emm, mrwn j We needn't talk of quality ; you know it. Nor say ourqlothes are a Pile of Style they show it. The new Spring things are fresh and bright, the way they're made, a pure delight. To blow our own horn isn't right we let you blow it. If vou intend lo get new Clothes, we show 'em. We're talking facts. This isn't a Spring poem. There is but one place you should go where Suits are right, where price is low. If you want clothes, of course you know we grow 'em! Some suits are gay and some are quite retired . Our Blues and Tans are very much admired. All say, " how niceley made " fast colors ; they which will not fade. To wear them, one is well arrayed there's what's desired . How Lester Bryant, the Boy Champion Corn Grower of Kentucky, Will Buy His Own Memorial With His Record Crop of Corn. One very frequently Jienrs the "That fellow Is erpcthiK his own monument." No one In the Rockfleld neighborhood last summer ever thought that Lester Bryant's record crop of corn would be the meuns of building him a memorial. Xo ine watching a vigorous youngster put his life and soul into the work as he did could have forseeii such an event, and yet If k, ina-tl- ttHKM aaSS&A AAl99BfiBvBiBBZ!!! ijnfflii.RHWi 'V K 1 1 II H aOr aBI For Infants and Children. fern" JiJJtJ 'inuifli ALCOHOL 3 PER Acgelab(cPrtpara(ionrcrAs-simUaiin- The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature rkxt g iteFooff ami Rcgula ting Hie StmraclisaidBcmsof pJ2-3LLiIin!i?g ., Promotes DigestionJCheerfu!-nes- s and IfestContaLns neiiiw Opiimi.MGrph5ne J$ US e j Not Narcotic. nor Mineral BttijeercMDc&WHinnim Wc Are Authorized to Announce FRANK BAKER f.ir .Tnil.r of HockcRStle subjectto tue action or tie republican party. Ausust ..,iUnn ioi3. Primary, 1913. We Are Authorized to Announco rnary. . HAEKY JONES Jailor ot Rockcastle suhj-- ct to, Asacandidat. forHepdolican party. August Pri- - lOIl Ot he action o! the . Attorney Genera Garnett, Sat- in answer to a number of inquires COnCeilling the COnStrtlCt- unja"y ' few Ctuilki 'Sutpr llxalrrd- - We Are Authorized to Annource JAKI.a WIWoiAAU As a candidate tor Jailer of Rockcastle subiect to jn t,lie action or the P.epublican paity. Ausuatl'ri- - j the . , tlie btate fiimarV LaV, decided that names oi candidates canllOt be written Ol, the ballots Aperfcct Itaaedy for Ccrsflpa-Ho, Sour StomcIt.Dlarrhca Yoriu3.Coirvulsl(ms.FeierisIr AT nessandLoss RcS'mt or Sleep. man-- i9i3. Wo Are Authorized to Announce mary. 1913. We Are Amliorized to Announce H.C.SOWDEH to As a candidata for Js. 1 r oi Rockcastle subjectPri-- , tue action oi the ReiaUUcan paijy. August mary. 1913. SHERIFF. We Are Authorized to Announce As a candidate for Jailer of Rockcistlo subject to the action of the Republican party. Autsust Pn- - j.cmize primary, The voters in the primary must indicate with the "X" the list 0f candidates lOr WU0I11 he deSireS to VOtC 1 Signature of THE KIND YCU SHOULD HAVE IN MIND Shirts and Collars and Hats and Ties that will suit your purse and open your eyes to the handsome styles we daily bring in Over and Under Wear for Spring. Drop in and ''look, "We never try to urge a sale or make you buy. We welcome visitors every day. We keep store the ''modern'' way. MaVaV-B- W- P-CA" jl BflHRjiBRft$fe$i-9J9w- s - 7ue Centaur Compact, NEW YOEK. m For Over JThirty Years CAM UCUILINS As a candidate lor Sheriff of Rockcastle subject to the action of the;Kepublican party, August Pri- mary. 1913. COUNTY COURT CLERK We are authorized to announce S. F. BOWMAN as County Court As a candidate lor Cleric of Rockcastle county, subject to the action ot the Republican party, August primary 1913. SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS. We Are Authorized to Announce Schools of As a candidate for Superintendent ofRepublican Rockcastle bubject to the action oi the party, August Primary, 1913. MAGISTRATE. We Are Authorized to Announce W. M. SOWDER As a candidate tor Kntristrato First Magisterial Distri:t. composed of K. Mt. Vernon and Walnut Grove voting precincts. suDjoctio tne action oi me Republican party general primary election, AugMIt33 TEMPEST WARD ne decision WaS matte in an- . . swer to the inquiry if Republicans could vote for Democrats or Democrats vote for Republican candidates by writing the names on the ballets. The Attorney General also held that in county races the candidates were not required to get a specified number of signers to the petition iu any precinct. .. ." HI - . MBJBJBjE9QB9H&,1s9j9iaK '? Exact Copy of Wrapper. 'S9K!2H9-999LE9EB99L-9 For the past week the country E. L. Cockrell OISSBI(OeSSM0lilttMtltt New Line of Rs9j7 3Hl'ftv&ssS?" $ has been devastated by cyclones and floods as seldom, if ever before in its history. The culminating disaster was the outbreak of the levee at Dayton. Ohio, where 5.000 usts, 1913. (people were drowned and 25,000 Possibly the Louisville Com- rendered homeless. mercial Club is so bufily engaged Great damage done along the in making its preparations for Ohio valley and many lives lost. sending out another train oi At Peru, Ind., the loss" of life and Boosters into South Eastein Ken property was great. tucky that it failed to remember and reply to the mountain's appeal CHRONIC STOMACH TROU BLE CURED. asking for fair play and justice There is nothing more discoursent to it more than a month since aging than a chronic disorder of b' the Mt. Vernon Commercial the stomach. Is it not surprising Club. Common courtesy demands that many suffer for years with a reoly to any communication such an ailment when a permanent their received. The Louisville Com- cure is within trifle? reach and may be had for a "About one mercial Club doesn't think so. ear ago," says P. H. Beck, 01 Its members will probably have Wakelee, Mich., "I bought a packanother think or so coming to tlum age of Chamberlain's Tablets, and before they hear the last say from since using them I have felt perI the misrepresented and maligned fectly well. ofhad previously used any number different mekicines, who in their but none of them were of lasting Mountaineers righteous wrath will eventually benefit." For sale by C. C. Davis Flay that Goliath (hoggishness, On Friday' aud Saturday of next so prominently put forward .in week, the citizens of Mt. Vernon most of the city's acts) with the are to have an opportunity worth stone of truth hurled fioni the while at the moving pictui e show. slmg of that fearless little giant Owens and Son have made arkiller, the Signal. "There were rangements to p;esent on these giants in those days" and the-- e dates the world famous Passion are many Davids iu South EastPlay. ern Kentucky today more than The Passion Play is a religious ready, waning and willing and drama, representing the "passion" anxious to do battle for fair play or suffering of Christ during the and justice lor the people of last week belore death, which "The Trail of the Lonesome Pine opened with his triumphal entry and the wilds of The Little Shepinto Jerusalem and closed with his herd of Kingdom Come." crucifixion. The first Passion Play dates There were giants, in those back to the fourth century, A.D., days and numberless swine roamed and was given by the Greeks. In the wilds of the Earth even unto 1633. the villlage of Oberammergau aud befond the Falls. Lo when iu sonthern Germany, was visited the evil spirit was commanded to by a terrible pestilence. Those depart from the bodv of the who survived the play, "met toman whom it sorely tormented, it gether and made a solemn vow bewas permitted to enter these fore God that if the plague was herds of swine, great numbers of taken away they would enact their which fled to the Falls and were play of the Passion of their Redrowned in the waters thereof. deemer every ten years with the But a few sidestepped the general utmost skill and devotion of which destruction and concealed them- they wern capable. Their vow was selves for many days, yea months heard and the plague was stayed." even years, iu thi Beargrass after- Only three times since the plague ward they mutiplied, waxed strong have the villagers been hindered in n ambers and founded a city by in the performance of their vow, the Falls which they called war being the cause each time. Sooyville" and unto this day is TLe local presentation of the known by that name though Passion Play should be of great pronounced by many as if interest from a religious and eduspelledXouisville Louisville, the cational standpoint, and is it hoped fallen city" neigboring provinces, that the Christian people of the not speaking the hog language, community will show their appreand refusing to be taught therein, ciation of this kind of an attraction call the place Swmeyville. by liberal patronage. Adv-2- t Geo. S. Watson. The hoggery class will now recite. "What city shows that BEST FOR SKIN DISEASE. Nearly ever skin disease yields denseness and slowness of cold and permanently quickly to grease or molasses when anything and Bucklen's Arnica Salve, coming its own way "all is not nothiug is better for burns or for us nothing for vou"? Hogville bruises. Soothes and heals. Who kicked the Rockcastle corn Jonn Deye, of 'Gladwin, Mich., club boy from State fair ring? says alter suffering twelve years Expects Pigville. its back with skin ailment and spending bill. Bucklen's scratched all the while and give $400 in doctors' enred him It will Arnica salve nothing but grunts in return? help vou. Only 25c. Recom Shoatville. Wants government to mended by Chas. C. Davis. appropriate part of a million to Some. wall the city to keep river water Some men talk In their sleep beout, yet strenuously abuses the cause that U the only chance they get. j Livingston, Ky. oo-S- C0 sHBL . Ew Dry Goods JUST RECEIVED f LKSTEIt BUYA-T- 1 CHINK'S li:::. tS 0S PLACE! 0 :EE5il ii$ii$ii9ii prices right the plans of the Hon. J. W. Xewman carry, and they are sure to, the boy will have erected his own memorial. At the funeral of Lester Bryunt a few days after his tragic death at Washington Mr. Newman outlined his plan to a few elose friends The plan was so unique und so easy of handling that it was soon after decided upon. Mr. Newman hasi bousht Lester Bryant's crop of tine Kentucky tested, Boone County White seed corn from the boy's father and had Dr. Mutchler, the government expert in charge of the Boys Corn club movement, pick out fifty bushels of extra seed corn. This carefully selected stock seed corn will be offered for sale as the Lester Bryant Strain of Boone County White. It will be sold at $1 per ear. All the money realized from the sale of this remarkable corn will be placed in bank at Frankfort to the credit of the Les- - We have the best of Goods and our Call and see us Opposite Post Office We invite you to wait in our store while the mai! is being opened 9 ass ::: 9 9 9 :::- - Q9a. S9o. S::r is:::: 9e 99. fact ':: we want you to come in and see f $9e ;, In us in our new place anyway Come - 9 9 JOE NOE West Main Street MT. VERNON, KY. T PLES BANK -- li::f: 9 Yours very truly CHAS. C. DAVIS, Phone 29 " ;.;.j::! iE 9S ::::5 " EXPENSE Rent ACCOUNT. $ 5.00 3.50 90 (). 0o..... 9 - Leading Drugght : a9 9 9 Ot Seed Preparation sof land. Planting Manure Cultivation Gathering Total cost 148 bus. and Profit 55 25 3.90 2.00 aaaaaaaaattaa tMIIM(ll(ll(aiIIMtlllllitl . ........ .................. .. ............. Fertilizer lbs. at $19.02 60c. 89.20 $70.18 Bad Spells " I suffered, during girlhood, from womanly weakness," writes Mrs. Mollie Navy, of Walnut, N. C. "At last, I was n, and had to give up. We had three almost doctors. All the time, I was getting worse. I had bad spells, that lasted from 7 to 28 days. In one week, after I gave Cardui a trial, I could eat, sleep, and joke, as well as anybody. In 8 weeks, I was well. I had been an invalid for 5 weary years I Cardui relieved me, when everything else failed." bed-ridde- ter Bryant memorial fund. As there will probably be at least 3,500 ears in the fifty bushels of corn, a magnificent monument is sure to rise in the Bowling Green cemetery, where the boy is buried. All orders for the corn should be sent direct to Mr. Newman's Frankfort office. The corn will be shipped to those ordering from Bowling Green. Kentucky's Boys' Corn Clubs. The Boys Corn club movement Is only two years old in this state, and yet big things have been accomplished. The Corn club boys, several thousand of them, are enthusiastic; but better stands for methods whieli make financial iutitntions of positive alue. The management of this institution recognizes that strength,' above 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. to this theory, The Peoples Bank has enjoyed a substantial growth, both in nnmber of depositors and in the volume deposits. Bank with us. Consistently and steadfastly adhering THE PEOPLES BANK MT. VERNON, KY. D. G. BAKER, President. s. Cardui 1 womlnsTonic If you are weak and ailing, think what it would mean, to you, to recover as quickly as Mrs. Navy did. For more than 50 years, this purely vegetable, tonic remedy, for women, has been used by thousands of weak and ailing sufferers. They found it of real value in relieving their aches and pains. Why suffer longer? A remedy that has relieved and helped so many, is ready, at the nearest drug store, for use, at once, by you. Try it, today. ftA f.A4MMM ftJIj4T If! tfi ril.H..MIUM h. ... a .... . l for Special Irutructions, and 64-p- book, "Home Treatment lor Women," sent free. J 57 ECZEMA I LLJ-iLk- than enthusiasm are the results that have come from the work. When the state champions met In Washington this winter with the experts who had charge of the work in the various states, there was naturally a feeling of Intense rivalry. Twelve of the southern states that had been pushing the Boys' Corn club idea for several years, had records of 442 boys that had grown over 100 bushels on an acre. Alabama and Georgia each had over 100 boys "with this record to their credit, but both of these states had been organized for club work for the past eight years. It is very gratifying to be able to write lhat Kentucky, with an organization of only two years, made n boys In splendid record. Fifty-seve- n Kentucky this past season grew ovei 100 bushels of corn to the acre. How many adult fanners did that well? J.P.E. DRUMMOXD, Vice.-PreF.L.THOMPSONJr., Cashier. CLAUDE C COX, Ass't. Cash JONAS McKENZIE SELLS SELZ SHOES THE CAN BE CURED Will Prove It to You Free other Yon whoaresufferlne the tortures of Eczema. Itch. Salt Bbeum or sleepskin diseases you whose days are miserable, whose nights are made sooth- - aaHaKiaMBaaaBJ9J9IB , me send you aarialof a less by the -. terrible itching-- burning pains, let I ti tr hrilln-..-,-.t.l-- h h.iixn,1 hiinilrpdK. WZUCD. X DelleVO Will CUrO X C, HutMU. R. P you. I will send It free, postage paid, without any oplleation on ijrour pan. Just All the coupon below and mall It to me. or write me. giving your name, age and address I will send the treatment free of cost to yon. aa aaa at - aj a a. aa aaa ai AN3 MAK. TO DAY" a-a-- Por Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Boight Bears the Signature of CASTOR IA "ROYAL BLUE" I F you need a good pair of shoes it &K FAVORITE. is to your interest to examine the Selz line before you buy J. C. HUTZELL, Name 123 West Main Ot., Fort Wayne, Ind. Please send without cost or obligation to me your Free Proof Treatment. ,. .Age. THE MOTHER'S Post Office tM..., SrtHi4N9. should be harmless. It should be leasant to take. It should be efCough fectual. Chambei Iain's ttemedy is all of this and is the mohers' favorite everywhere. For sale bv C. C. Davis A cough medicine lor childrbe JONAS McKENZIE t MT. VERNON, KY. " " r pwii ' !!.,, . pin i w ' gUAM fyy New line skirts and dresses Sutton & McBee : iruiijf.iiTfiiuKi i:iiipn"iMfifiMyfc I n Ti MT. VERNON SIGNAL Mt. Vernon, Ky., Mch. - 28, 1913 f a- up 79" wen to oommnni- , 79s ouwdi 'No.SIGNAL- - y cute will - tOUISVLLC4.NSHVU.IXP B Oo. T.IE 22 24 3 21" TABLE. 4.59 p m am 11:38 a " 3"-5-3 ucrtn nurtn ;outh South Have yon seen the Mark cat in Fish's corner window? . white Woraens and Misses shoes and low cuts. Sutton & McBee. vles same old Smart ntw Walk-Ove- r low cuts. quality in Sutton & McBee Fish's are showing the new Spring stles in Straw Hat first as usual. Thev have your size in the style you lihe Sutton it McBee are showing the largest line of men. women and children? wearing apparel ever shown in this country. For Sale: beds. Somo double iron 8KBSSfSs'f1SJ?cw sgsB3ij sfresgsnagfiigigsscr " 'm ' -- ' '' - , m Apply at Ltngdon Dormi- 12:19 W. H Pish. S O Fra.klin r.nd ,as. Landrum. Agent. j Jame Maiet Were over 10 Stauford Tuesday evening in conference Phone No. 8. with Congressman Helm on the Lntered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoffice subject of Boone Wav. as second-clas- s am child. Runner duck is j Irs. Brown's brother. Mrs. For eggs. One dollar for fifteen eggs. Briin is very well known and PERSONAL Interior in Stanford. po ular Address. MRS J. F Career. W. T. Davis has a very sick i Jot. mil. Brodhead. Kv. SALE:-lndi- an mail matter. tory. Remington tvua MISSTON'ARY writer, gcod as new. Will sell at THE WOMAN'S . SOCIETY a big bargain Apply at this . 2 1 tf. office. The Woman's Missionary of the Presbyterian Church How to Live. was very hospitably entei tamed Worry kss and work more, by Mrs Richards, at its regular Ride I ss and walk more, March meeting. Miss Lewis, as & "rnwn less and laugh more, leaner, added to the interest of the g Eat less and chew more, program by her supplement ii re- 8 less and practice more. marks upon the subject The cur A dispatch from Washington rent news liom rnisMou fields was FQ'J tlut Senator Ollie M. James given by Mis Rowio 'lie social decided to recommend Mrs uuui was tiu liuuuriauL leaiure 01 sa ha Cimd Williams Brown for pos-n- r the program and all present ielt g stress at Mt Vernon Ky , ir that the aiternoou was one ol pleas- - g Rt resentative Powers' district ,E1 neasuell as profit. followed a Tl announcement The worst windstorm ihat ever a co Jerence he had with Judge C. visited this locality . passi d through C. vYilliams. of Mt. Vernon, who of Mt. Vernon, Tuesday just south IiGVc For Sale: TO A OAST UPON THE HILL 3-- -- So-cret- y abound just fit to wit Perfection clothes upon mv back and i dout care whats on the track? leaypaf-- u And pomp , Pr--ac- Arrow icollaks We handle n a. --- '0 -! n t Poto s& h t I J 1 tfx full line v .i n o n , : A fc- - & 55 ? because We knOW value it is possible to secure. TrTcn Ti fnllcfll they j e'--a 2ir& - mmm ' today. to nbove A. G. lu nd during the wtek: 'C. A. Davis will be the ice man and Milt Lovell. 'J T. Mullins this season. Rash. W. L. Richards is in Louisville Boone Postage contributors Fund: Ad-dition- al reported serious!" ill in our last F L Durham was very sick issue died, Sunday night. Mrs. fir.--t of the week. Dick Farmer was a daughter W. M. Poynter has been Sowder Mr veiy sick for few days. The property of Mrs L. B Miss Sadie Richards has re- Adams, occupied by the Welcti-Morroturned to schoo1 at Cardome Little Sallie McKenzie has been vcv sick for several davs John Robins was here from Brodhead Tuesday on business. Wm Howard, the I. H. C man was over from Richmond first of night. ccvered Mrs Fred Krueger is numbered wish the sick. Mrs. Fi..... runner who was w school, burned Sunday The building was fully ly 1nsnr.1n.ee. the wpek. Mrs. Rome Adams and daughter Mrs. Clyde White, arrived Wed nesdav from Harrisburg, 111., for a few days visit. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bryant were here from Shawn m during the waek on their way to Barbours-villto visit Mrs. Bryant's parents. J- e The Kentucky Portland Cement and Coal Co., have spent more than $100,000 on material and labor at their Pine Hill plant and pay roll now reaches $7,000 per month. It is gratifying to her host of friends here to learn that Mrs. Cleo Brown, of Mt. Vernon, will get the appointment of Post mistress at that place. Senator James recommended her appointment Saturday, which will be m .de in due time. Lancaster .Wildie section aie erecting J. C. Bullin. R. - Abney, Dr. Record. Lewis and other citizens of the Commercial a tele- Club: At its Tuesday night the All meeting last phone line from Disputanta down Club decided to accept the Around Home Clear Creek to Wildie. proposition of the Columbia Single the Tree Co., for establishing a factory have been told of its importance of LOOAL and an electric lighting plant at a thousand times, more or less. Busy Good .. r J v The marriage of E. L. Hopkins this place. Contracts will be V VfrCr . . ." fc. A WOMAN'S CLUB to Miss Leila May Hunt, which was dosed within next ten days and Corner I Clothes VBr.Z- Ky , on work begun soon. solemnized at .London, Mrs. H. H. Watson, Miss Re WM tU nuiHIHi'ln 'i"iWWm nii"'i"Tgattaiiiy.y-3aga;gggg- j SSZST5SESS53S t .riwawi'if.a'KgsrwaaEa Dec. 30, I9i2,2was announced for Arch Allen. Albert Allen. T. k. becca Watson, Mrs. John Brown Rev. the first time Wednesday. Mullins (.Tom Mod), Jim Cummins and Mrs. Edd Gentry proved THE FORTY YEAR TEST. Clarence J. Sipple officiated, and and several other 2S. W" themselves among the most entere Evans An article must have exceptional W. N. Scoville and J. P. ot the taining hostesses of the year at citizens of the East side merit to survive for a period of CM- wer- witnesses. I DQ. sfERMDH iiV county are lunning a telephone the open meeting of the Woman's forty years. Chamberlain s Cough Remedy was first offeied to the The operatta "Sylvia" under line from Livingston thru Mullins Club held at the Presbyterian H public in 1872. From a small be Abernathy Station to Johnetta a distance of Manse on Friday evening, March PRACTICAL the direction of Miss ginning it has grown in favor and . They alread; twenty-firstUNDERTAKERS will be given in Mt. Vernon some about iS miles. A Pure, Grape Cream popularity until it has attained a A suffragette play, read by Mrs. It have the poles in the ground and time in the near future. world wide reputation. Yon will FUNERAL DIRECTORS, S promises to be of unusual interest expect to be connected with Liv- Watson and her daughter illus- Tartar Baking Powder find nothing better for a cough or and , t;ii .. lat. i2"n t&X&WZl Ti.,. it o,, will be ingston exchange in a week or trated by tableaux, caused a from the fact that there EjIjjalmeus . stand why it is a favorite af ter a j STT gMjtr-The two. great deal of merriment at ihe about fifty in the caste. -- r,r a Mt. Vernon, 57. period of more than forty years. It time. Later in the evening it Royal Baking Powder story i: very interesting and the The progressive farm of not only gives relief it eures. J Fish provoked considerable discussion improves E the flavor music bright aud attractive. & ftSETALEC For sale by C. C. Davie. Son have added very much to both humorous and serious upon and adds fo ihe health" of those who take The names 5g the beauty and convenience of the question of Woman Suffrage. Round trip ticket, to Louisville leading parts will be given a fulness of the foodm their store by having a twenty Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of for $4.00 April 28. 29 and 30th. g: Miss Abernathy sang a song little later. E foot wall case installed for the apropros of work for the company. limited to May 5th. account of the subject. The The Presbyterian church was display of mens, boys and cnild-ren- s Kentucky Educational Association. S Orders by wire promptly tilled. hostesses were assisted in se ving Hearse sent to all points hat--- . taxed to its capacity at both the S. T. Proctor did the TABLETS Mch. 73t. guests by Misses Sadie CHAMBERLAIN'S morning aud evening service last work and it certainly shows the their FOR CONSTIPATION. Manager and Sallie Reynolds. Sunc'ay. At the morning hour skill of the workman. This with Richards For constipation. Chamberlain's 7 Office Mt, Vernon Monumental BuiUW PHONE 112 Easy to excellent. was held appropriate Easter ser- other improvements they are The writer was over to Stan- Tablets areand' Xm TT I in effect. A gentle --r vice, while at the evening service, planning will make this one of the ford Tuesday and Wednesday for take, mild ' por sale by iiiuiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiaa!iiui!iiiiiiui.uiiiiiii Give them a trial. the finest equipped clothing store in .nwnTOim it being Livingston day, the first time in some years. His Chas. C Davis. life and work of Livingston inter- South Eastern Kentucky. 3 5F3 assy jgsjk first sight ol the new depot and MT. VERNON, KY, spersed with appropriate music. the opinion you secured "So Fron tRooms over Baker's Store There are various opinions as court bouse was taken on this Both services were greatly enjoved F0R RAW FURS AN9 HIDES Phone 49-trip While visiting the city by of two lawyers on the case? Vr ItX WM WB& Nk Wocl ot Canniitsion. Vrile fsr crlce- pyi 3H which to the effect of the Webb law KS Si but esDeciallv the latter r xHsyrs ijgi fnsnllr.ninn were their opinions the same? u. i j xcja' JfS?'. St. Vni rf liquor in the raging St. Asaph (and it been pronounced by many to forbidding the shipment assi.Sfr:sir5fftt.4SS?C five dollars e'ach ias "Yes. twenty territoiy. Some surely was on a rampage Tuesday be one of the most interesting to prohibition wHiTFErn. UW2W7 lli..- . Fcr Sale: Some thorough JO ; wi claim it will cause the small night; we had the pleasure of V Dr. Buggins had almost succeede services ever held in the town. bred Red Duroc boars, weight B. Salin meeting M. cashier ed in dismissing Mrs. Gassoway, mooneshine still to start up others will sell Play at Graded School. say not. We heard one citizen State Bank and Trust Co., and when she stopped in the doorway about 100 lbs., which I for Sio a piece if sold at once. FOR FLETCHER'S On Friday night, April the 4th. remark that this being1 a free his efficient assistant Henry Fields exclaiming, "Why do;tor, you FOR FLETCHER'S W. J. Sparks. will give a play at country he was goiug to be both business hustlers for a very didn't look to see if my tongue the High School L "Mt. Vernon, Ky. Mch. the Graded School Chapel. The independent and do as he pleased live institution. Rockcastle claims was coated!" nlav is entitled. "Out In The in the matter and if he couldn't the Fields boys as natives. Oppie 'I know it isn't" said the Brown another Rockcastle boy rloofnr. wearilv. "You never find streets." It is a clean, interest- get anything to drink he would Judgf. ing, moral and both humorous and do without. Lemon extract and we found at Shugars drug store grass on a you essence of vanilla will probably looking after business generally pathetic play. It will make and the soda fountain and young Round trip ticket to Atlanta for laugh one minute and cry the next. have a run. i ladies in particular. We found $10.25 May 12. 13. 14, 15, I9 20 The proceeds go to the school. So ...jijiMi.iAui.iiCT"'.'.w-xa: Friday before, the expre ss our friend Editor Saufiv astir with imit June iob 1913 account ol Last you are not spending your money, messenger began unloading a a Kodak picturing the flooded General Assemblies Presbyterian Easiest to Erect, looks Best, lasts Longest 2&' you are only investing it m your V dozen or more gallons of whisky districts, pushing things at the churches. the Most Satisfactory Fence in the Vorld school for your boys and girls. for Mt. Vernon people, he delivered There you have it in a nutshell. less repairs, and effectually stops this Don't miss it. Admission, 15. 25 a letter to the agent J. A. Landrum plant of "the cheapest and best. Lazv persons avoid that office. heavily galvanized special Open drain on your time, energy and purse. The adv FOR FLETCHER'S., and 35 cents. which read, "make, no more Too much work going on. Didn t "Pittsburgh Hearth Wire is unequalled in toughness, You can buy the present-da- y strength and durability. deliveries of whisky but return to get to see Prank Rout Wednes-- t THOROUGHBRED SEED Perfect" Fence, put it up, and then fory. It is scientifically constructed and de- get it for years. This is true CORN. the consignor". Mr. vVebb is a day morning. He was water ' signed to meet your needs without waste, You'll spend much less money I have a few bushels of fine seed very unpopular personage with bound out at the ice plant with and thereby saves you money. for your fencing if you always buy "Pittsburgh Perfect" eliminates end "Pittsburgh Perfect." corn to spare It is white corn some people while with others is no boats nearer than Dix river There is Jm with small red cob, deep grain and extremely popular. OTjaraViteetl Made in Different Style, for FIELD, FARM. RANCH. LAWN. T? some question whether or not the Vgry AUU good weight, bred up for a CHICKEN. POULTRY and RABBIT YARD and GARDEN extra me with a frightful cough and R There will be preaching services left weak. I had spells when I could very number of years, by ear row tes bill will stand but it is to be hoped Ask your dealer for "Pittsburgh Perfect" and insist on his fumishincr it. Do not allow him to persuade hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 g you that some other fence is just as good. If he doesn't sell it, write us direct. especially suited to this lo-- t that those seven wise heads, who morning and evening at the Presand minutes. Jisy aoccor coma notneip "PittSDorgh Perfect" Brandt of Barbed Wire: me, but 1 was completely curea uy cality. Better try this. It will will soon be called upon to pass byterian Church next Sunday. At If you are interested in Wire Fencing, writo Bright. Annealed & Galvanixed Wire; TwUtea for FREE copy of our ALMANAC 191- 3upon the constitutionality ot the the morning service the sacrament Hard Spring Coil Wire; Fence Cable Wire: pay. Prices right. Also Barred r'.".dlUailtMy? Staple; Poultry Netting Staples; Regular Wire f fffif 7tfTrg' Head Naila; Galvanized Wire Nails; eggs for setting. measure, will be able to say of the Lord's Supper will be obPlymouth Rock Pittsburgh Steel Co. Single Loop Bale Ties; "PittsRoofing Nails; Fencing. All mads of Open 'Well done thou good and faithful served. A preparatory service will burgh Perfect" Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania So'cts. per 15- - Call or write, o Hearth materiaL servant (Mr. Webb) enter thou beheld on Saturday evening at 7 Mrs. J. E. Cox, Joliet, 111. B. Chestnut, I. " 50c AND $1.00 AT ALL DRUGGISTS. o'clock. Everybody welcome. Hiatt, Ky. into the joys of thy Lord. Mcb. traveled by the storm was noi more than a quarter ot a mile wide, bui u.tal destruction lolloped the uariow path that james Arnold who Pistol and gun fireing as a hre it traveled n es about two miles .south ot town alarm was quite 111 evidence during was awakened about i o'clock Sundav nights fire, when building A tdneaUa luon.lllg to fliid Ills school and only aiew Reports fioni firearms, uouse moving was lost from a 22 to : of the planus and some few articles ranging in cmr.on were very numerous al! ot household gouat, is ail that has over town and a mile into thf oeen found. Mr. Arnold, his wife country, in fact .t seemed that and two small children traveled every household contained some through water nearly a quarter ol thing to shoot with and fot a time a mile to the home ol Sam McClure it appeared as if a battle was with nothing to protect them exraging between Mexican regular cept their night clothes. Mr. and received a few We hardly Mrs. Arnold .md. iusurreetors. believe the yarn about the preach- scratch1.-,-, but the little ppes esers keeping the biggest racket caped without an injury. There with their 44's during the excite was not a single thing lelt except a .small part of the floor to the living ment. loom. The storm passed on, tak One of our clerks says men and Hlg up trees aud everything in its women are alike when it comes course The pext house in the to purchasing tobacco or spool path was that one occupied by The first when calling thread. John Noaks on top ot No 2 tun- tobacco, uiue times out often, for nel, which was Junroffed leaving doesn't state the kind or what Mr. Noaks and family and his quantity he wishes but leaves that aged and invalid mother to the lor the clerk to inquire into. The mercy of the, drenching rain from second desiring spool thread fails i about midnight until day break, as to mention color or number. They there was no ether house near and are nearly all alike all the time it was impossible to move his when they call in on telephone any distance by himsalf. and private mother from toll stations The lime house at Sparks' Quarry phones out on' the line, they was blown down and the smoke most always fail to name the to the big boiler was twisted puce from which they are calling stack one side. tho it is more than likely they to p-it- h night. The They are made of Clupeco shrunk fabrics! l'l A jPete Says He Is' j GoingAfter It.i So are we afte- i the boys J I in exact quarter sizes, and have the graduated CUt-OUt j i j interliningS non-crackabl- a.a, I which render them prac-- ; I tically e. ! . They will prove their worth in the wash and in wear. 15c. each . 2 for 25c i now while ought to look at sortment is at its best. the asour Blue Sorge Best all wool values at: Suits ror sprinc I $2.50 to $8.00 wear; we have a T7A OUirVXT K "DT TZ . W 'i assortments were choicest. ; The new styles are unusual and distinctive, and they are Gy&Zp&e&xiy clothes. I Our styles were selected j early in the season when :Come in iijntuiju w t. . jncADwrAK rri;:liu raonc ever uuuiii Cnfl' .1 rS r-- .i r 4-- . UK ?T made nera's-itli-iS- gives u-tioiias j such uooil j 5 t an-- , feel tys "tit and '. o I yhs t-- i j--3i t ar r-- I BRAND ARE ft CTnn C.-- SHOES 2'jjpS " rzn A EHJI1T IX vVhat -- If r 'iil Get You . j 1 feKl " 1 Fi BETTER" ALjX 1 H WD SEE mid Some For fj- - $10 i i, uimiic mi' iji; for Mure!: AIlHoud. ' w The I . i OYflL xn! ': W - Uiirjiii" 1 rn- -- 7,i wide-awak- - POWDER i DpEET f j Sfr4 lz n COUCH Coffins and CASKETS Gbes. g GEORGE OWENS, o 5 1 1 n-iT- ro .r Dentist ryyap.yyyr 14-3- 1 icsij-- AT ..r "trr mm --j' .- m -- u. ;uu ,rsr?s asvsrv 03iildreii Cry Children Cry CASTORIA CASTORIA race-track- ." 'Pittsburgh Perfect" Fii ' M Children Cry CASTORIA PNEUMONIA DR. KING'S. New Discovery fence-econom- Rrl 12 21-4- 1. "B , , ,1 tt 4 i . 4- - A,aA$lifc tr i u- 05T vr-- A & "Vp v w ? At. "3-jy,f? y C "Wl -' JfMt SViVt. t t ",J8 T 'k-- ' '4 , , , LCASXO.RIA T. Chandler 3 38 (Continue from 1st page.) By vch " 161 2 00 fno. Sigmon J. . Jennings 3 10 " 175 S. R. Siugleton 3 00 By vouch paid no. 211 " 209 J. S. Csloway 3 76 W. P. Hayes 3 12 41 i96 S. L. Rose 3 76 By vouch paid no. 207 " i9g R. B. Ballinger 3 76 S. S. Daily 2 02 " i97 By vouch paid no. 205 J. M. Craig 3 28 ""'"v " 1 94 J. J. Baker Willis Allen 2 88 3 92 " 244 By vouch pain no. 137 J. J. Brown 2 00 " 249 T. J. Pennington B. G. Mullins 2 00 2 00 " 243 W. M. McHargue 2 00 By vouch paid no. 109 " 261 J. H. Lambert 3 00 Lae Chestnut 2 00 tors for help. The doctor said I had inflammation, enlarprerncnt and lacer" 250 Bv vouch paid no. 107 B. C. Riddel 1 75 better. The doctor said ation. I w as in bed eleven weeks and pot noI w ould not listen. My hus-I w oald h.tvo to have an operation, but to that " 262 Hardin Moore 3 00 Lee Chestnut 25 00 band purchased two Homes oi 1ur. rrcrecarauuiiiouu.ini. after could not walk across the floor, but ',' 1 tturted to take this remedy " 209 By vouch paid no. 108 Joe Wilson 2 00 I kail taken three bottles I could feel myself gaining, up I dropped the x renyuuu. doctor ana tor.L ur. rwxca Y.'i' 'W " 264 Lee Arnold Lee Chestnut 3 00 25 00 i .juid h:ve leen dwd I really believe it eaved my life. I feel better now than in f.;enly j cars." " 265 C. S. Armstrong 3 00 By vouch paid no. 184 Mes. Scott. Logan Arnold " 27 1 J. W. Kincer 48 00 3 00 By vouch paid no. 118 " 228 R. H. Lewis 40 00 C. S. Armstrong " 203 3 co Edgar Haye 3 60 " 240 By voucher paid no. 186 Solly Griffin 2 00 " C S. Armstrong " 292 T. J. 'Niceley 12 00 1500 By vouch paid no. 17g " 29o W. C. Hopkins 2 00 Cam Mullins " 246 W. E. Albright 4 00 2 50 Our line of Couch Caskets M By vouch paid no. 163 2oo W H. Linville 3 92 is unexcelled H. D. McGee 6 00 " 2i7 Dr. D. B Southard 8 00 Hand-mad- e Coffinsfurnished By vouch paid no. 175 " 236 " " 11 co 3 00 Hardin Moore " 48 sent to all parts of Hearse J. T. Bullock 3 00 " 111 By vorach paid no. 117 Albert Allen 5 00 the County H. Lambert " 143 M. J. Miller (19I0) 2j 00 6 00 J. AH orders by Wire Promptly Filled By vouch paid no. 276 145 W. D. Laswell 25 00 O. S. Armstrong " 267 M. J. Miller 11 65 00 11 3 By vouch paid no. 178 " 268 John F rakes 300 00 Logan Arnold " 296 M.J.Miller 2000 00 94-3 MT. VERNON, KY II Phone By vouch paid no. 180 " M. J. Miller Com. i5oo 00 8 55 L. M. Davidson T. J. Niceley 24 00 izag'SBraragggarareggg '" By vouch paid no. 18I T. J. Niceley 420 00 W. M. Hayes 2 00 J. P. Jones 6 3s By vouch paid no. 173 Dr. A. G. Lovell 5 00 C. s Armstrong " 299 Dr. A. G. Lovell 45 00 3 00 By voucher paid no. 255 " 2o6 J. L. Cooper 3 g2 Neal Parrott 19 50 By ballance due Countv i2 80 By vouch paid no. 264 Neil Parrett Total arm. $9865 43 li 26 By vouch paid no. 253 State of Kentucky Haves and Parrott 145 12 Rockcastle couuty. ) S. S. By vouch paid no. 192 I. W. A. B. Davis special Com G. Reams 2 48 missioner of the Rockcastle Fiscal By vouch paid no. I91 Court Certify that the foregoing 5 05 settlement made between me and J. K. Moiris By vouch paid no. 167 T. J. Niceley Sheriff is a true just Hardin Moore 3 00 and correct settlement as a per By voucher paid no. 166 tained by all debits and credits for Squire Singleton 3 00 current ex peaces of Rockcastle BOY WITH A BANK BOOK By vouch paid no 165 county for the year 191 1, that Logau Arnold 3 00 all vouchers, evidence of debits is the one who is going to amount to somethiag. By vouch paid no. 174 are filed herewith and made a No need to worry about his future. If you want to do W. M. Sowder 10 00 part hereof. Given under my your boy the best thing for him .open an account in By vouch paid no. 169 hand. Tais the first da of April his name at the BANK OF MT. VERNON. Give Logan Arnold W. A. B. Davis, 3 00 19 12. him the book and teach him to save instead of spend By vouch paid no. Special Com. R. C. 170 ing. He will be glad of your teaching during his Squire Singleton 3 00 whole life By vouch paid no. 162 Oscar Mullins 15 00 By vouch paid no. 168 MT. BANK T.J. Niceley Sheriff of Rock C. S. Armstrong 3 00 castle county in account with MT. VERNON, KENTUCKY, By vouch paid no. 171 Rockcastle county fox revenue for W. Iv. RICnARDS, President. Hardin Moore 3 00 road funds for the year 191 1. A. B. FURNISH, Cashier. By vouch paid no 154 To advalorum tax for G. W. Decker 5 00 Rockcastle couuty 1,696,-16- 3 By vouch paid no. 251 at 2s cts. on each W. RHEUMATHE CAUSE OF J. S. Langford 1345 79 100. 4240 41 By voucher paid no. TISM. To advolorum tax on 162 50 Stomach trouble, lazy liver and S F. Bowman ,&Stangible property on L. deranged kidneys are the cause of rBy vouch paid no. 279 f e!3? "ji st s&fJi & N. R. R. Co., 688,615 Mt Vernon, Ky rheumatism. Get your stomach S. F. Bowman 250 00 172 1 54 at 25 cts on '100 liver, kidneys and bowels in By vouch paid no. 277 Home and ollke in the late residence healthy conditiou by taking S. D. Lewis To advalorum tax on 800 00 r. Myers formerly occupied on J.Old Electric Bitters, and you will not franchise of L. & N. R. t. MainSt.,'.-MVernon. be troubled with the pains of By vouch paid no. 286, R. Co., 3l6,88o at 25 cts. 13 50 rheumatism. Chas. B Allen, a S. F. Bowman ' C. 792 2o on each 100 sthool principal, of Sylvania, Ga. B,y vauch paid no. 284 ATTORNEY-AT-LAwho suffered indescribable tortue R. G, Moore To advolorum tax on 13 50 from rheumatism, liver and By vouch paid no. 283 MT. VERNON. KY. franchise on Western stomach srouble and diseased kidCo., Union Telegraph C. Mize On 2nd. floor o neys, writes: OFFICE. 13 50 "All remedies J. Bank of Mt. Vernon , on Churc failed until I used Electric Bit- By voucher paid no. 285 The 4056 at 25 cts on each street. Special attention given ters, but lour bottles of this P. H. Shutts 10 14 13 00 ioo to collections.'"? wonderful remedy cured me By voucher paid no 280 To advalorum tax on Phone No. 80. completely.' Maybe your rheu J. W. Kfncer 800 00 franchise of Adams Ex rjwafeWAagaa matic pains come from stomach By voucher paid no 282 press Co.. at 25 cts. each liver and kidnev troubles. ElecW. B. Whitehead 32 32 13 50' 100 ofi2y29- tric Bitters will give you prompt relief. 50c and $l.oo Recom- By voucher paid no 231 To franchise tax on UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER mended by Chas. C. Davis. J. T. Adams 238 96 Peoples Bank.of Mt. Ver By voucher paid no 259 non 13,575 at 25 cts. on Milt Deaton 2 00 each 100 &m ih m m n h FOR FLETCHER'S 33 94 m By vouch paid no. 288 To franchise tax on P. L. Thompson 20.00 Bank of Mt. Vernon Ky By voucher paid no 281 $8,481 at 25 cts. on Round trip tickets to Knoxvilla W. M. Hayes 13' 50 each for $4.45 June 22, 23, 24, 28, 29 100 46 2o By vouch paid no 289 July 5. 6- 12 and 19 limited to 15 George Owens To franchise tax on 8 00 days from date of sale accoun Citizens Bank of Brod-hea- d By voucher paid no. 257 Ky- of Summer school of the South S. Ky., 10,859 at 2s cts C. Davis 7 65 University of Tennessee. 27 15 on each 100 By voucher paid no 276 To franchise tax on W. H. Jones 2 00 ARE YOU CONSTIPATED.' Pullman Car Co., 2614 at By voucher paid no 216 If so ger a box of Dr. King's T.J. Niceley 6 53 8 00 25 cts. on ach 100 New Ule Pills, take them By voucher paid no 193 regularly and your trouble will $6910 43 Total amt to County quickly disappear. 'They will G. Rader 2i48 will stimulate the liver, improve By voucher paid no 242 Cr. Settlement Continued your eigestion add get rid of all D. J. Childess 2 00 By 2o,784 Exonerated the poisons from your systejrJ. By vo ucher paid no 233 property at 25 cts on each They will surely get you well 0. S. Armstrong again 25c at Chas. C. Davis, 51 96 100 By vouch paid no 204 By 5987 land sales at J. C. Wood 2 00 25 cts. on each 100 14 97 By voucher paid no 2o2 By 4 per cent on Vernon Mount FOUND, the place to buy Spectacles 316 42 collection and Eyeglasses for $1.50and up. Gold, W. M. Hayes 3 60 7910,53 lor 7910,-5- 3 By 2 per cent on Silver and Aluminum Frames. Lar- By voucher pa'd no2oi (WORKS gest selection in town. Eyes tested 158 2i v for collection J. J. Hamelton j 3 92 ot ana Free. Years of experience. By vouch paid "no J52 Claims paid" Jno. F. Lewis 7 00 MiDEALER in Marbles and ' George Vance 4 50 Willis Singleton 13 00 JEWELER AND OPTICIAN. Monuments ot all H. L- - Whitehead 3 00 Granite By voucher paid no 227 COX BROS. STORE J Nichols I 50 Estimates furnished Jno. C. Phillips inds. 25 OQ C.1i. McKinney 9 OO By voucher paid no 225 on application. 9 OO W. M. Lovell R. H. Piopr. C. D. Sutton GO.GWEES 2 80 6 00 .1 M. C Sowder By voucher paid no 1 50 112 229 Pone J MT. VERNON, KY. Jas. Marett (C 42 00 9 00 E. N. Whitaker Baker Building, Up Stairs. By youcher paid no 223 4 50 Chas. Fletcher Rooma recently oceupied.by Drs. Hat-- - Squire 6 co Singleton " " Fletcher 6 OQ Ed field & Harris. FOR FLETCHER'S 4025 By voucher paid no i98 Alf Owens They are troubled vtn : pervej ir- suffer from backache, ncadache, sleeplessness, a sensation oi irritability or thev twitching, hot flashes, dizzy spells, or many other symptoms pf female weakness. s Dr. The Io-- al disorder and inflammation should be treated withsystemPierce Lctioa corrected and Tablets' and the irregularity end weakness of the female strengthened with Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. The strain upon the youn bjood forming structures-m- ay woman or the woman of middle age upon the nerve and take this restorative tomo strength. This is the time to be too great for her nervine and regulator. For mer lorty years sold by druggists and strength-gMn- g remedy so perfect woman's peculiar weaknesses and distressing ailments. The one for . : fTc composition uuuI u juuu in ..imtliu wuww.. ac tn warrant in its makers in printing its every ingredient on its outside wrapper. The one remedy which absolutely contains neither g drugs. alcohol nor injurious or Following ietter selected at random from large number of similar ones and cited merely to illustrate these remarks : run "In the winter of 1903, 1 became rrcatlyMich., down and Irregular." 49. writes Ma- - Henry Scott, of Swan Creek,resolved Route . Boxthe doc- I to apply to surely crew worte. and, at last, do ly but x.i. "b rarxissrfyrirwomen. mutt Mffmnc tt - 5k.5& - W n SHERIFF'S SETTLEMENT 'LWhBI as B. 11 11 E M. Thompson George C Fish J. F. Niceley E. Bollock Ad Cromer James fChaney A. L. Niceley W. M; Kirbey John B. Trice A. J. Jones Thomas Kirby A. B. McKinnsy W. M.Bullock G. W. Decker W. A. Falin F. F. Dyer Joe Swinney W. P. Chaney R. L. McFerron W. C. Thompson J. E. Buuigardner Logan ' Arnold P. S. .Mullins W. M. Mams U. S. Berry Alfred Alexander G. Z. T. Hansel J. S. Purcel! Elnier Dowell Mitcbel Owens J. S. Pre witt G. S. Cress L.-Wre- (1 .1 9 00 12 00 6 00 6 00 it 1 .. xl .- ,.... 11 4 50 7 5o 9 00 7 60 2 60 Thomas Cox Reubin Cash Ed Smith M. H. Stevens Granville Leece W. H. King L. D. Rose is 00 By advalorum tax on 9 00 152.925 at2o cts on each 9 00 100 of L &N. R, R. Co., 9 ou included in Mt. Vernon i2 75 and 1 13 75 School 98 00 00 .1 JamesjF. Herron M. H. Brown 6 5o 13 12 habit-formin- i 11 11 50 0 00 4 50 1 Per Rigsby J. W. Shutts M. C. Tyree ra 00 9 5o 6 00' Graded districts 3o5 85 By franchise tax on L. & N. R. R. Co.. 651,20 at 2o cts on each 100 i3o 24 By 768 Delinquent and exonerated tithes at 100 sach, exempting Graded School districts 768 00 By 420 tithes listed in Mt. Vernon and Brodhead Graded school at 100 each 420 00 By 800 Western Union Telegraph. Co., in Mt. Vernon and Brodhead Graded School districts at 20 cts on each 100 1 Go By 3232 Adams Express Co., in Mt. d Brodhead Graded School district at 2o cts Ver-nonan- Brodhead 7 50 E. L. Harris .1 1 3 00 7 8H& 11 1 iu! 50 4 5o 4 50 1 11 1 co 2 66 11 2i co 3 01 75 00 7 1 1 UMDB BTA&EB i 11 11 J. W. Tate d3 39 C. S Armstrong 75 00 256 oo J. M. Adams U.G Baker 34 22 59 2i M. Miller J. W. M. Poynter 4 10 9 00 McMullin John J. L. Thompson i5 00 6 75 J. H. Barnelt Michell Cress 9 00 5o 11 9 00 9 00 7 18 Jim A. Brown Rube Cox Dan Webb i5 00 9 00 9 00 3 ic 11 11 90 n 1. 11 11 11 1 75 6 00 9 00 9 00 W. A. COX,! 11 11 S 11 11 i. 11 k ii 11 r 11 i. 11 11 ii i. 11 it i 11 11 THE i ii 11 11 1 ii ii 11 11 ROAD FUND. 11 . 1 THS OP VERNON it 1 11 1. .iTAy T. FRANCIS, X Dentist - it 1. 11 ti 11 11 1. 11 -- ii i 11 11 Williams, it ii ii ti ii 11 11 J. C. McCLARY it 11 ii ChJdren Cry i. ii ii ti .1 jKBJl Stanford, OASTO Rl A - ii , i ii 1. 11 11 ii . ( i ii ti 11 1 15-0- 11 i. 11 Thomas Burk j 3X i2 00 each 100 J. B. Shrewbberry 4 5o 9 00 Fred Myers Total $8377 04 9 00 State of KentucKy ) Edgar Cayes Lee Bullin 9 00 Rockcastle County ) S. S. G. D. Clark 1, W. A. B. Davis Special Com6 75 R. G. Moore missioner ot tne Rockcastle Fiscal 9 00 9 75 Court Certify that the foregoing John Sayers A. E. Chilton 3023 34 Settlement made between me and W. D. Livesay 00 40 T. J. Niceley Sheriff, is a true W. L. Mitchell 75 00 just and correct settlement as W. D. Livesay 622 5o ascertained by all debits and credits U. o. Armstrong 30 00 lor school expences of Rockcastle John Davis U. G Baker io9 92 County for the year i9n, That 7 5" B. L. Doyle 10 3o W. A. B. Davis 2o 00 all vouchers evidence of debits A. P.'Martin 6 45 and credits are filed herewith and Granville Leese& W. J,. Parsons D. B. Langford too 00 made a part here of. 9 25 Ed Sexton T. C. Graves Given under my hand, i2 00 10 85 IS 11 This the 1st. day of April igi2. J. H.rBowman F. S. Mullins 14 61 9 00 6 00 G. W. Burton Logan Arnold W. A. B. Davis. C. S. Armstrong 6 00 Special Commissioner R. C. J. . Lambert 70 00 B. B.Purcell 6 00 . H Lambert i2 00 6 00 There is more Catarrh in this fohn)'Soward J. L. Arnold 10 35 7 5o section of the country than all oth W. A. Coffey Harvey Alcorn 4 50 B. B. Beldon 9 00 6 00 or diseases put together and until Geo. Deatheridge the last few years was supposed o it B A. Riddle 1 75 C. S. Armstrong 3 00 be incurable. For a great many " B. F. Livesay 3 00 years doctors pronounced it a Logan Arnold 9 00 local " Spencer Abnev 4 50 C. S. Armstrong 20 00 disease and prescribed local reme" George Thacker 10 50 C. S. Armstrong 3 00 dies, and by constantly failrng to 6 29 cure by local treatment pronouncTaylor Mullins 75o Ballance due road fund ed it incurable. Science has provGeorge Mullins 9 00 en Catarrh to be a Constitutional Total $69 iO 43 disease, and therefore requires con I. M. McCracken 3 00 Reubin Ballinger 9 00 fcstate of Kentucky stitutional treatment. Hall s Ca tarrh Cure, manufactured by F.J. 2 40 Rockcastle county J S. S. John Cope W. D. Croucher 10 00 I, W. A. B. Davis, Special Cheney & Co., Toledo. O.. "is the onlv constitutional cure on the J. H. Wolf 9 00 Commissioner of tba Rockcastle market. It is taken internally in J. A. Sexton 9 00 Fiscal Court, certify that the fore- doses from 10 drops to a teaspoon-fu- l. Tohn Rector It acts directly on the blood 4 00 going Settlement made between W. M. Cummina 9 00 me and T. J. Niceley Sheriff of and mucous surfacas of the system. They offer one hundred dollars for W. C Brock 1 50 Rockcastle county is a true, just any case it fails to cure. Send for 9 00 and correct Hiram Thacker as settlement a: circulars and testimonials. I. L. Martin 10 50 ascertained by all debits and F. J. Cheney & Co., ToleO. M. Payne expencus lor do, O. Sold by druggists, 75c 10 30 credits for road W.-a- . 2 00 Rockcastle county for the 1911, Take Hall's Family Pills for conLinville Houston Rowlett 16 65 that all vouchers evidences of stipation. Hardin Moors herewith and 5 co debits are filed A TEXAS WONDER. Hardm Moore 75 00 made a part hereof. Given under The Texas wonder cures kidney 25 i2 my hand, This April 1 i9i2. T. J. Niceley and bladder troubles, removing W. A. Mullins W. A. B. Davis, S. C. R. C. gravel, cures diabetes, 9 00 weak and 1 R. L. Owens 50 ame backs, rheumatism and all C. A.." Mullins 6 00 regularities of the kidneys and W. H. Morris 4 50 in both men and women. Regu Jesse Cotton T. J. Niceley Sheriff of Rock-castl- e lates bladder troubles in children. 4 50 2 00 county in account with If not sold by your druggist, will C.:c.York county for School be sent by mail on receipt of Baud 6 75 Rockcastle Nathan $1. 6 00 Funds for the year 191 1, Tohn Parks One small bottle is two months' ' 10 5o To advalorum on J. C. Kelley treatment, and seldom fails to Meivin Jennings 3 00 696163 at 2o cts on each perfect a cure. Send for testiJ. R. Tankersley 9 00 $100 3392 33 monials from this and other states. 6 00 Chas. Mullins Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive street To advolorum tax on 6 00 tangiahle property of L. S. H. Sams St. Louis Mo., Sold bj- - druggist. 9 00 & N. R. R. Co., 688,- J. W. Mullins Griffin 9 00 6i5 at 2o cts. on each 100 1377 23 James For Sale: 1 tract of land sevens Uriah Drew 4 00 (7) acres on the East side of R. To advalorum tax on 1 50 Owen Allen R. in Conway, Ky., good 8 room franchise of L. & N. R. 7 5o Chas. McGuire dwelling known as the Heath R. Co., 306,640 at 2o cts Jesse Pike 9 00 on each 613 28 property, built on modern style 100 Wils Baker 9 00 finished in good style, with sum To franchise tax on Willis Allen 9 00 mer kitchen; good well, good bara Union Tele 6 00 Western J. M. Ssms and good garden; good store house graph Co., 4006 at 2octs. 9 00 Jones Durham 8 11 60 x 24 ft. and other out buildings-On- e on each 10 9 00 Albert Griffin good 4 room cottage as good! S'R; Singleton 75 00 To franchise on Adams as new. well finished. About 15 j. B. Pike 10 00 Express Company i292g 1 will sell for 25 86 young fruit trees. Theodore Parsons 3 70 at 2o cts on eaca loo $3250, on easy termf. A splendid To franchise on PullThos Evans 9 00 stand to sell goods. For further 10 25 man Car Co., 2614 at Isaacs John particulars address me at Conway 2 25 2o cts. on each 100 John, Hamm 23 Ky., or U S. Wyatt, 9 00 W. 6. Kinser To 2955 tithes at 100 Berea, Ky., IralWells 9 75 each -- 955 00 Feb. 13-- 3 mo. W. M.Hayes. Ad-dres- 9 00 9 00 9 00 Wiil Owens 9 00 R. L. Bray 9 00 Bert Owens i2 60 J. H. Cummins 9 00 W. A. Cues nut 9 00 J. T. Mullins 9 00 Wallas Laswell 9 00 2o 80 John Griffin G. W. Rodgers i2 00 Richard Proctor 9 00 W. S.' Brannaman 6 00 9 00 J. C., Rimel W. rj; Jones 10 2.s 9 00 011 each 100 10 5o John Sarers(igio) 7 5o Bv G53 Pullman Car Jerome Graves 10 i5 Co , in Mt Vernon and S.'C. Owens 13 65 Brodhead Graded School 6 00 districts at 2o cts on Garfield Clark F. Long D. M. Cress Logan Cash C. 00 (J 4G SCHOOL FUND. Mndal FOUND! J. TJrock CiJG. Herron 9 00 7 5o Total amt to County 17 10 ti 11 n 11 torturers t J. C. MOORE -- ii it 11 T.-,- tc Dentist CONOVER ti i 11 Children Cxy it ii t t Charles Wallin John Brown E. L. Blanton Jop Cash Sam McKinney 0. F. Hamm Z. Emerich J. W. Brown J. S. Cummius John W. Stringer R. G. Taylor G. W. Marler J. S. Bullock J. B. Cummins .H. N." Denney P. C. Lear i2 i5 8 25 9 00 1 9o 7 5o 9 00 13 00 7 75 9 00 g 9o 10 00 6 00 3 00 9 00. g oo BEST KNOWN COUGH Settlement Continued Cr. REMEDY. By claim paid J. W. Kincer For forty-thre- e years Dr. King's Supt. of Schools 5353 06 New Discovery has been known By advalorum tax on throughout the world as the most reliable cough remedy. Over 5oo,64o included in the three million bottles were used Mt. Vernon and Brodhead last year . Isn't this proof? It Graded School Districts will get rid of your cough, or we at 2o cts on each 100 1001 28 will refund your money. J. J. Owens of Allendale, S. C. writes By 2o,784 exonerated the way huudreds of others have property at 2o cts on each dona: "After twenty years I find loo 4I V7 that Dr. King's New Discovery is the best remedy for coughs and $5987 land sales at2o on each 100 colds that I have ever used" cts. 11 97 For coughs or colds and all throat 4 per cent on 8397.25 and lung troubles, it has no equal. for collection 335 9o 50c ana i.oo at Unas. U. Davis' $8377 04 I