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ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL Bessie Sibyl, ate to be voted for at the No- Patch last Sunday- .- Mrs. Dahlia little daughter, MEET. PROGRESSIVES Shells is with her daughter Mrs. ' spent. Sunday with Mrs. Shell's vember election. Pursuant to a call by P. H. Fifth, Kesolved: That in order Robert Saylor, who has been very mother. C. E. Mullim, of Mul- .minus rrovisional chairman, a to complete the organization of the sick. John, the little son of Mr. lins Stations, was th.ough this temporary organization was effect- in the county and Mrs. J M. Boyles fell one day part last Tuesday, calling on the ed by calling J. W. VanWinkle to'Proressive party Mrs. Mary J. the chairman of this meeting i last week and broke hia arm just merchants. the chair who proceeded to ap- the wrist. Missi 01a,De- - Bord, of this place, but had been point the following gentlemen to directed to appoint two of those Jwho v0ted tLc progressive ticket Bord spent Friday night and Sat- - living with her daughter, Mrs. draft resolutions. -. tttttT I Phm - Ul ia:l wvcuiuci in c;ku vuiuj urdny with her sister, Miss Kate, Alice Herrin, at Shopville, died Viz: P H ww A precinct in the county to act as at Langdon Dormitory. Mr. and last week and was brought to Mt. J. L. Ccoper Chairman and secretary respect- Mis. J W. Shutts were in Mt. Pleasant for burial. She leaves J. M. McNbw ively to hold Dist. meeiingo iu Vernon last Friday. Miss Rose one other daughter, Mrs. Rome T. M. Ponder their respective distiicts on Sat Gentry, after spending th ee Graves to mourn her loss. T. S Branaman. 12th. i9is at 1 w ks with her grandmother here The committee after a short urday April LANGDON MEMORIAL purpo.se oil has returned to her home at deliberation presented the follow- o'clock p.m. lor the SCHOOL. electing district committeemen. Quail Misses Minnie Hiatt and ing resolutions read by the chair Resolved: That said 'Or ;i Brown visited their sister, Sixth man of Commiteee and adopted, Miss bailie Stewart has returned committeemen meet at the court Mis Hen Riddle, last Sunday. its read without discussion in Mt. Vernon Kv., at 1 Dr. G. B. Liwrence Suffered the to school after an absence due to First, Resolved that the pro- - house , .. .11 ' fw-illness. fi tf l..n al Il j"Vaan"l ,;..cnfRnrI(.1slle Countv ill cloCK P' lu- - n oaluruaj- mini uihb ui his iiucmiiau. lug.., "mC Ella Mae Coffee has become a r9i3 and organize by electing thing over two weeks ago and since -mwtino Mssembled anorove a county Chairman and Secretary that time he has had two good member of the dormitory family. of the trill ot this meetiug at and Mrs. J. J. During recent fire drills the Procefcd Plare in nomination iiiores to die.-- Mr. fh. 't'inJand olace and for thefand names rr T Yi f the ol candidates to oe uenora aim mt. anu lurs. 1. j. school has louud that the fire purpose stated in the call. voted for. at the Augusl primary DeBord ate Easter dinner with protection is quite adequate to Second. Resolved: That we to fi'--l such offices as they decide' Mr. and Mrs. J J. Brown Ed meet any probable danger. Four most heartily etidorse the platform to elect at the November election Lathim who has been traveling chemical tanks are within easy of principles promulgated and set and we pledge ourselves to use with "Louie" the drummer for a access Mnside. 'Outside, three forth by the National Committee all diligence and fair means to few months' stay, Mr. and Mrs. faucets and length of hose make in Chicago in August i9i2 elect said candidates at the W. H Mulhns, of Plato, spent it possible to reach any part of wo believe the principles .Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. O. T. the roof with water. November election. 2Wt forth therein, are more conSeventh, Resolved: That the Mullins. R. L. and T.J.Brown, The fourth grade grammar class ducive to the happiness, welfare &PC y a copy of these of Somerset spent Easter with held a spirited debate this week ft'rnish progress and prosperity of the resolutions to the Mt. Vernon their mother, Mrs. J.N.Brown upon the subject "Resolved, that comTJon people and the whole Signal and Louisville Herald for here Mrs. W. P. DeBord has the cow is of more value to the country than principles of either publication. been very sick for a few days. world than the horse'- - The deSigned, of the old parties and we cordiMrs. R. B. Hatcher is visiting bate which was terminated by P. H. Shutts, Chra. the ally invite all good citizens who her daughter, Mrs. W. E. Beatty close of the period instead p,f by J. L. Cooper, affiliated with tiave at Corbin, and will also visit her dearth of proofs, resulted in a J. McNew, :ani supported the old parties, son at Norton, Va., before she re- tie, with i2 points to each side. M Ponder. T. who are in favor of clean, pros turns. Edd Brown and J. L. Miss Vesta Cornett distinguish peroue progressiveism in govern' LOOK TO YOUR PLUMBING. Thompson attended Bradford ed herself by making 100 per imeut, to Join with us and bring You know what happens in a Warrens' sale at Bee Lick last cent in a recent seventh grade defyred results. jabout the house in which the plumbing is Monday. Miss Dessie ThompThat we are ' poor condition everyone jp fhe son of Langdon Dormitory spent grammar test. Third. Resolved: house is liable to contract Beatrice Broyles, a former in favor and demand a reduction .or some other fever, The tvphom- from Friday jpjtij Sunday with digestatudpuij hfjs. beeu guest at the county officers. and . in salaries of the same her grandmother, Mra. Mary dormitory. lve organs perform the strictest runClions ln the human body as Cummins. The farmers of this further demand financial affairs con- - j tU. plumbing does for the house, vicinity are getting along nicely economy in l with the development and the should be kept in first with their work. Most of this COUGH MEDICINE FOR progress and prosperity of the j class condition a the time. If week has been spent in sowing CHILDREN. you hive anv trouuie ;y:Mi vour .1 whole Pttoive. nJri',.rthMiMiP'iii (digestion take Chamberlain's oats The storms of last week Too much care cannot be used r . iiis't means unenforce the laws Tablets and yo u are certain to did HQjKfo a gr,;jjt dr,jil rjf damage in seleotiqg a. caqjju medicine for aud.tbJJsproJWOte peace and good get qnic. reHef Forsale br C. here more "than bltiwlng down cnlltrreH. Itliboulcf Ve pleasant ' society. some fencing. But it is feared to take, contains no harmful sub c. Davis. That v.? that the freeze has damaged the stance and be most effectual. Fourt.b, C :amberlain's Cough LE EL MIEEN. fruit crop, especially the peaches meets these requirements Remedy ae progressives are in favor of and is placing in the field a ticket to Reu. james Cjju.mjns and Wm. and pears. Hobart Brown has re. a favorite with the mothers of partially if not wholly fill the Hurst attended the Eapijet covered from a slight attack of young children everywhere, Ifor (i, W. Shel and sale byCjps. Q, tlje jjfth Sunday meeting at Hazel mal-h'' county aud district offices ol .iV De-above -- THANK YOU! THE fine start made this year to,give us Never before have we shown such Complete Lines. Such Up te Merchandise. Such Bargains. to-da- I I 1 Sales record, and make this the Banner year in our business life. that Nine-teen-Thirte- en 1 1 . . 1 - t- -n .A I Vs C IV1 .. l9. I - 1 i--v 1 1 jt- - be-cau- se get the right price get the quailty-- get nice treatment and have the largest stock in yonr county to select from. Are you buying at the right place I When you can step into a store like ours and get anything you need 1 It's So Easy to Trade AT BAKER'S BARGAIN TORE ! here-to-for- e Panamas 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 Caos Strau, Hat- The famous " Diamond " Brands Men's, Ladies', s- jl I ! s oiioes mjj f niiooto 4vi .HARDWARE and TOOLS of Leather broods Trunks and 1 ! every description-Leat- her and raveling Bags Meal, Flour, Meat, Lard, Coffee, sugar, Kice, ban boods and everything fa the best Provisions, Tobacco Liars and thousands of items we can't nam.ft &er. si-stea- -- In Mt. Vernon We are. IZto I ! r T'lCi: the Carload Handlers KilhE latiriP A IfeR A iii JJ-va2K3vflA'sa -- of f Mr f rmmmmmmmmmmmmmecshatmm Skirts "W 00 A u ists AND "lilt ' Dresses for every OF PRETTY & ATTRACTIVE Woman MIL, Dress Goods THE ut rich but soft me "r.'. mlitiE! Mam fel fill WW S3 6 it- mil llll HI - Simple Girlish Fine Furniture, Hardware, Salt, Doors and Windows, Stoves and Ranges w are not fooling around We are busy as bees " Figure Indicat- - aaaaaoaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa iiMiiuutiiitMiiii eaaa. - - - a 5-- ... h'? Grace and Ease ofl Watch Old U. G. BAKER KINC OF LOW PRICES a Mt. Vernon HANSFORD, MT. VERNON, KY. X She's Coming to the Front HIATT - irl' and Child spring silks are wonderfully We have a line of Skirts Us fit yonv size as well as your purse.. We have Dresses from the 50 c Gingham to the one can almost draw them through their finger ring. A radiant sheen. The old-tiSmah comes back, but with a double f ace, striped or plain, in delicate coloring, as well as the good staples for wear at all times You will find these displayed on your counter make up beautiful ; also the Mercerize Panamas, in all colors ; even the Linens in a white, pink, blue, brown apd. tajis are lots prettier than ever before the Lawnp and thin goods are simply beautiea , In fact 5 Warner's Rust-Proof Cofset Rightly selected and properly adjusted we c:tn fit the young girl as per fectly as we can the young woman or the matron. The range covers styles for all as well as sizes . nrilE Ratine in pink and white $J0 Embroideried Voil These much goods . Warner's Corsets $1, $Jt50 and $3 , Redfern show more style than the home - made goods, and what's more almost THE GREATEST $5 We will deliver Corset by bought "for a song," Showing of the Season Parcel Post. f SHOES For Women For Style and Beauty r7; U TllWl4 hA QSmI IhV M SHOES are worn by mil-lions of feet Our farmers are getting busy Spring is here onee more and this week sowing oats and plantthe farmers are making preparaing potatoes, for April comes smiltions for planting their crops. ing as if to make amends Rev. J. C. Clouse and family have March's rudeness. A.G. Gridei , Mitchel moved to this place. the merchant, wbo bought out Cress and sister, Miss Lizzie, W. M. Smith, is moving in this Wade Norton, and Charley Payne, week. Mr. Smith goes to Brod-heaof Wabd, attended church at this Hobart Lear has returned from New York, accompanied by place, Sunday. Mrs. G. R. Mc- A number i f John Shumate. Clure, ofPongo, visited relatives our farmers attended the Farmhere Saturday and Sunday Born ers' Club, which met Saturday to the wife of Irwin Bullock, on afternoon at Brodhead Gradel School. All report a splendid the 23d, a fine girl. Willie Adams meeting. We are glad to see the ot Mt. and James Thompson, farmers getting together. Mny Vernon, were in this part Sunday. the good work continue. Henry Uncle Logan McKinney has Hysinger is preparing to build a been very sick for the past week new residence on his farm north Tempest Ward. Miss with la grippe. -- Bill and George of here. The youngest child of The last week's issue of the Mt. Chint Lear, died last Friday and Chaney, of Bloss, were visiting Miss Vernon Signal contained the an was buaied Saturday at Oak Hill. relatives here Sunday. Hattie Harper, of Bloss, has been nouncement of Miss Tempest A TEXAS WONDER. with Mrs. Cora Bullock for the Ward as a candidate for the office The Texas wonder cures kidney Mrs. I. W. of County School Sup erintendent past two weeks. of Rockcactle county. Miss Ward and bladder troubles, removing Cramer, of Long Brauch, spent Sunday and Monday with her is a daughter of J. H. Ward, gravel, cures diabetes, weak and near lUUUrci,m.uUUai.uu.l.u,ul.u. formerlv of Sonora. and for the ame backs, rheumatism and all There will be alpast five years has taught in the regularities of the kidneys an 1 Green.- Level Sunday school organized next Rural schools of Hardin county in both men and women. ReguShe taught the Tunnel Hill lates bladder troubles in children. Sunday at Mt. Pisgah school last fall and gave entire satisfaction. Miss ward ranked If not sold by your druggist, wjiI as one of the very best teachers in be sent by mail on receipt of $r. this county and her many friends One small bottle is two months I She holds a ireatraem, wish her success. ana seiaom tails to Tor Infants and Children. fr d. - CASTOR A Kind You Hit Hiyi Always Bought """MiMUMBn Bears the Signature of Z(V&& is highly perfect a cure. Send for testifor the position. Rockmonials from this and other states. castle county will make no mistake Dr. E. W. Hail, 2oa6 Olive stre-- t in electing her to the position. Stat certificate and qualified EHzabethtowa Mirror. St. Louis Mo., Sotdbyirug, MT. VERNON SIGNAL mentioned or extension made, the ame with the name of Elisha cover is rat eaten. Tbe writing Smith. There are many nameh Friday, April 4, 19 13 is good and plain tho the paper-i- of tatiiilies who are no longer now somewbat yellowed by age. represented in the county, as tai Published every Friday by It appears that th rate 01 levy for as known to the writer, such a EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. the year 1839 was 10 cts. on the Blair, Bodle, Brink, Brassfield. one hundred dollars valuation and Clare, Darrel, Dvsort, Dunsmore, $I.OO tithes or poll tax Was 70 cents Dyehouse, Edes. Easley, Eliot, UBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR for all males over 2i including Elis, Griffith. Greshun, Gash, Advertising rates made known on negro men slaves. Tbe first name Gilison, Harlow, Heath, Hanes, on the list is Phoebe Adams, one Hai:ner; Hines. Kilburn, Kizart, abblication j horse value iq tax $ cents Kirtley, Kingrce Lang, Lax, M ..,. Toshna Wilson is last nnnip in T.nnoln Tiimon M..rvnr - Merryman, book; taxes The !argiSksSASSOCIATIOxx! the Matthias, McKay. KENTUCKY est tax paver was vvnuam Auams, ivieredetn, Marns. Maden, May. rtsTRT? as follows: zaoo acres $95oo. 1 Newconil), Prathar, Pew, Praci.se, i iv while tithe 10 black tithes total (Petty, Putt. Pollard. Parniei, blacks (negroes) 2o value $7000, Prindle, Pureil, Rigg-5- , Retd, Zf AV hJF 10 uorses 5000; 90 cattle .400 Logon, Keilro iScarbro Skinner, M2jjg$ 11 ,1 CJ 0..-- 1 O,.or S26.85 the ULCH1LV, OUIilllWUUU, total iS.Goo tax OUUVll 3SS smallest tax payer was Phoeba Swinney, Trnville, Thacker, van AXX0rX'E3LEXTS. Adams as shown above. The next derpool, Walverton, Worde Smith, who Wabham, Williford largest was William DEMOCRATIC TICKET. was the grand father of Mrs. Authorized to Announce We Are HHOUHEAi). W. A. TODD s K"" ri o?jiar G3)8iimwis8?h-and :i number of nppk ireeS ar,d rwinjj wire blown down Mi ul Mrs. John Tredwav. of Pm-illvisib'tl Mr. an I Mrs l iMin t'redwav first of the witk. Mr. md Mi", i'ie.i's Stewart. ! Spirit; Qiiiiny, were :hus:s ' Mr an i Mrs D.:'e St-vr- t .Saturda isighl and Ir. a d Mr- - Jones Pv .ctor, Vr md Mrs Kd Bullock and Mss, n Erse Cliff id, wers gu-- ss Mr and Mrs. Sun Brya'ut, Snn-ba. Trihhe Bfvaut was with Mr". Katie home folks' l,st weet; t'ivarc is remrted ick Georire Thomas Procter is with relativeTr. and Mrs Will it this place. Brvant wore the jruesls of Mr. and Mrs Sa.rt Bryant lastWePK Miss Mahala Hickoy. of Maple Grove, was the jupst of Misses Martha and F:tnn'H Stewart, Sun day. i nnio ijaTififford viis th'1 cr niweii eou,vtn!ie. " Snsio and Grace Riddl- -. Sunduv. m .l aj'v iiiio. Tm..c w;.- - ' iiu.o t children snont Siimlav with Mrs . y Ru--S"- COVE Ballard .d littl daiithtfcr. Gen-v- a. ot Mt Ye.-ao- i are visitn Mrs. Billnrd's umtl er. Mrs Kiiza P Cook,thiv, uveiv Misses Mattiea-I'annic Kiu 1Uand Helen HacJcnoy Aven tl ts of Miss liatlie Lungfwrr Sund.y. Willie Shepherd, wb. has been at Sir.iirht Cjeek fo time, re.unu'd homeFrid-- i . M. ji-1 ' Mrs. 0 t! 5 wBttmsi ,r ' Tr- .la, 1 A ' 1 I'.iL ' ". uffiF&Eri'xaiKu I SSaa, S rf Ha& fiKa S id 3 Si ! rfCV ? Vn r.i cr--1 "sft C3 1 x $&? - vaau For Infants and Children. k YfiH a Ta a iiiMs a seiMrsiE &&'& ,'u-s- jr IU ! Miss Or ie silvers, Kuith Adam a Alary Kaine V.'CMs in .Ait. V(r zw v -- 34Sl h Alwavi n?on . v" fh,n , "r-x- rs- , ver or soino f'i"'e, i better. 'u 'pUfi'cl and child . vihuhi Mrs. Shepherd "t "-on Saturday. " "" " "" " ,s lV.j,, !L O ICL 3 Ph.P. CKX . AVabteiVfliaiaiiixiErA; stnukitaJreroLito'RfgHH Uli rs? l (iag lite Sioacilss aanBuwfeuf Bears the bismatGre r T"ll f - """ jTnrm'esDIestUiilttifd1 ! - jdanglitor uiulay. Kainsvv, . ..,,'.: 1 Mrs. Ku.il Piirtot Mr. and Mr.. S. I. ol Mt. Vernon visi ' V u?:.itr.i.:ljra!i! .I -- k?s a.-- ! furJEasa. NOT TAI;CQTiC, HM Of J JJ S v.Sr 8 Vi" S3 .,23 . ...e u..K. Bubject to Jailor of Rockca-U- e 1H. farDomocratic party. AUBUStpn- f the the aXt'-juary. imu. , KEPUKLICAX TICKET Wc Are Authorized to Announce FRANK VAKER tA1aAc-a"o"la- te Primary, Are Authorized to Announce KaKKY .'OWES candidate for Jailer ot Rockcastle subject to Alaactiou oi the Reiidblicau party. August Fii- tus xniry. 1913, We Are Authorized to Announce JAMES WINSTEAD au'jfect to Jailer of Asa candidate for Republican RockcastleAusmut .Prparty. the action ol the imary. IS 13. We Are Authorized to Announce J. c. MIZE As a candidate for JitSlcr ot Rockcastle subject to party. Aucust Prithe action of the mary- 1013. We Are Authorizpd to Announce "We iuu. ffepuuVS-uSjius- t to As a candidato'tor Ja ler ol Rockcastle subjectPriuie action ot the Republican party. August mary. IB 13. "We Are Authorized to Announce M. C. SOWDER SHERIFF. CAM MULJ.INS Aa u candidate for Sheriff of Rockcastle subject to of the Republican party, aububi the action mary, 1B13. rn COUNTY COURT CLERK We are authorized to announce S. F. BOWMAN as County Court As n candidate for Clerk ot Rockcastle county, subject to the action Republican party. August primary of the SUPERINTENDENT OF8CHOOLS. iu MISS TEMPEST WARD Schools ot As a candidate for Superintendent ofRepublican ltocKcaittle subject to the action of the We Are Authorized to Announce party. August Jiiuiary. !! MAGISTRATE. We Aro Authorized to Announce W. M. SOWDER a. tnr TrTnirlKtrrit. First Maeistenal composed or E. Mt Vernon and Walnut Distriit. Grove votin? precincts, subject to the actiou ot tho Republican party eeneral pumaiy election, Aug usts, m 13. Henry Watterson, the great editor, like other common mortals who do some writing, he cannot hide his little or big animosities for tbe great, near great or others who fail to do his bidding or don't follow in lines to his liking. He do'th protest too much" in his praie for the abilities of President Wilson in a lew lines then drops back in his usual rut like the boy who is speaking to another with whom he was playing "We are good friends but I don't like you nohow." Marse Henri's long suit is "speak the truth and shame the devil", so long as it suits his ourposes and convenience and like the Indian never forget a supposed or imagined clight or injury given by political associates or from other sources. His grievance with the president crops out on nearly all occasions and he is just watching waiting and hoping for that official to make some break so the Naples-on-thGulf writer may note it and roll it under his tuug as a sweet -e Ain't predicted in the this just what I morsel, told you so. "I campaign of 1912.'" It is regret-abl- e and a pity that "so great and good man" as Marse Henri would allow himself to display the littleness that is constantly cropping out in his otherwise Herculean mind. The Danville Commercial Club at a smoker held at the Gilcher house discust various live matters among subjects was the "Old Wilderness Road" which was ably handled by that well known and able lawyer C. C. Bagly of Much interest was Danville. taken in the subject which was so well presented and it was voted by the Clnb that every assistance be given by it toward pushing along the movement looking to the construction of Booneway a National highway over the old route from Cumberland Gap to Crab Orchard. It was shown that Danville was on the original Wilderness road. SOME ' ROCKCASTLE HISTORY n (Jm.) Poynter has the thank? of Jm. for the old tax book or Rockcastle county for the year 1939. The seventy three years old. book is made up of unruled or .blank paper except the columns! for figures are ruled on witn a pen and the cover made of a good folding some tnnnoHoat-.rirvi -thing like a large pocket book D C. -r - t did considoraMe' Dave Stewart There v.ill in pans ofthi''I'Paehina- at the school hoiis IUC1. Ul mdl y muici rtuu IUC Sunday at 11 ora. ,,r.,r,,l VPrnnn oml ilia 5l).ui fe.uUU Mr. and Mrs. Homer Walhn Henry Tredway., .uv. .v. w". lather of Will H. Fish of tins were over from Dan- spent fmS nioved from its foundation, town; owned and lived in ihe la few davs with the latior's moth-- I ho cr,os of . U. Lanirford and FOR FLETCHER'S :irln" Tredwav Were' univof,-,house where H. J. Mullins lives' or, Mrs M E.Wilraott, this week " 'v cs 7 w north of town; the tax book Mrs. G. C Brooks has moved shows him with iuG5 acres, i2ito Crab Orchard and will make negroes etc., valued $i3.745, tax that her future home. George ""HE KIND i1J.7a4. Solomon Row, Ashl;y Owens was down from Mt. Ver Owens and David N. Lewis, father non on business, Wednesday. -YOU HAD lis! MIND of Judge S D. Lewis, present Mr. and Mrs Brack Durham were county attorney, were listed before bore from Burr and spent a few Wo needn't ta'k of quality ; you they were chargablo with tithes, (days with home folks. Charlie know it. Nui'sMV.ourclothes are a Pilo Taxes for the first two was 5 cts. Winkler is over from Danville of Style they show it. each, each owued a horse, and spending i few days with his par ents, Mr and Mrs. J. H. Wink-i2- j Mr. Lewis was put down for The new Spr.imc things are fresh ami cents for three horses he ler. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Durham bright, the way they're niado, a pure owned. Many fumiliar namesare 'and little son, Austin Sparks, were delight. To blow our own horn isn't found in this book and but one clown from Mt. Vernon, last week right we let you blow it. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kelly wen; as far as the writer has been able If vou intend 1o new Clothes, we to ascertain, is living today, over from Danville and spent a show 'em. We're tal kinu: facts. Tin tVilliain Williams of Aztec, New few days with friends ami rein Mexico, J, Henry Fish was four! tives last week. Dr W. A. Jones, isn't a Spring poem. There is bnt one vears old when tbjs tax book was of Wildie, was iu town Tuesday, place you should go where vaits are made and is the only person here looking far a good saddle horse right, where price is low. If vou want now who was a citizen of Mt. Hi's father, W. H. Jones, was hero clothes, of course yon know wo grow Vernon in 1839. There were OiS 'also, Dr. W. E. Gravely was in ' Louisville the first of the week tax payers and total amount for 'em! new store that year was 1,124.99 less than buying material tor his Some suits are gay and some are town taxes for Alt. Vernon today, house, alsu buying goods for the quite retired . Our Blues and Tans are There were 3I2 negro slaves big store of Gravely & Elder. very much admired. valued at 120.400 Horses 1300, P- - A. Shelten has moved his All say, "how uieoloy made" Cattle 1944. Hogs and sheep are j family from Williamsburg to one fast colors: they which will not fade. not mentioned in the book. John of the cottages belonging to J. B. Dysort listed To wear them, one is well arrayed real estate at Thos. Cherry on Silver street. 2i5o, slaves $6000. Half dozen We understand that Mr. Shelton there's what's desired . of Dysort families owned from two will likely buv the property. to seven negroes each These Mr. and Mrs. James T. Lawrence THE KIND YOU SHOULD families are not represented now! returned to their homo at this HAVE IN MIND in Rockcastle, some of their 'place, after spending ten days descendants live in Iowa. Among with relatives In Indiana. Bvron Shirls ami Collars and lints and some of the familiar family names Owons is at horn for a few days Ties that will suit your purse aud open are: Benjamine Albright, Jot ha in from Georgetown, where Jie has your eyes to the handsome styles we Brown, Elisha Bullock, Andrew been attending college since the J dailv bring in Over and Under Wear Baker, David Bethurum. Morgan first of the year. Mr. ard Mrs. W. O. Yadon have moved to their Burdett, David Carson. Joseph lor Spring. Drop in and "We Cromer, Stephen Colyr.r, Stephen property on Silver street, recently never try to urge a or make you Cummins, Abraham Chestnut, purchased from J. T. Cherry buy. We welcome visitors every day. Wallice Clark, John Canter, John On last Monday evening thirty of 3 We keep store the "modern'' way. B. Cook, Simeon Denny, David their young friends surprised DeBord, Reubin El kins, John them with a pound party. George Fredrick, Tesse Fish, William Owens, the Mt. Vernon monumen Gadd, William Griffin, Alexander tal man, was in town Wednesday Henderson, George Huff, David erecting a monument to the grave Livingston, Gentry, Barnaba Haley, Joseph of Mrs. J. G. Carter. Mr. and Houk, William P. Hiatt, Charles Mrs. W M. Smith has moved to Jones, William Kirtley, Latten the property recently purchased R. Kirby, (thought to have been from Dr. W. F. Carter, aud A. G. ai6ft.ef8ococoft-3tsss;oi?aooo'5ccr'3,!?one-a- o tax collector for year 1S39) Josiah G rider has taken charge of the wvm a ua o o o ao aoo ao Joplin, William Laswell, John store and post office at Hiatt. v aaaaaajaiaa4ia A few days ago a gentleman of(Sn.'i Linville, Neelv Lawrence, Robert tJUO Langford, Johnathan Leece, Jack- considerable prominence, while) till'.'. "1 &a ft? 3U ll'.'. McClure, in conversation with a young lady V ". ! o&9 " !f son Lambert, Holbert JOJ L 80 (listed with 10,000 acres of land Ul iYAL. v Ci. nun, aoucu . uiu n.iu Sbeo. G9.uC'i) Merryman, cyclone damage your town very SOo 1000) John valued SO 30& Marshal Mooie, Andrew McClary, much last Tuesday ? " She said, oecsD Mitchell Maret, Calloway Mullins, ' that in as much as the people of sa- Ot Brodhead never wants Mt. Vernon Coo.. o widely known in connection with s8 MO duiing the to have anything, they stopped the eoom Alfred Owens who 88 " Now, we want it ao excitement of the great metoric cyclone there invite you to wait in our store oa0 shower of 1833 made tbe remark emphatically understood that we (( oes5 are not always that selfish, es- SOOf c3 to the moon while pointing In OiS while the mai! is being opened "just keep your eyes on the main pecially with reference to cyclones, a41 oso fugelraent, if she starts, to hell and while the storm did not reach 90s SC1 C9 you to come in and see 303 we go in a hand basket." Thos. us that day nofdid we exercise 09e. fact we e.. aid stop it Q$ Miller, Moses Newcomb, Elias any power to we aro before it aW perfectly reached here, place anyway Come naoOS us in our new Prewitt, Moses Payne, William willing for Mt. Vernon to have 006 969 David Proctor, John our part of such storms or Hoods Parsons, 0000 eos Quinuj William Riddle, Adam that have been playing havoc with Yours very truly 00 e Renner, Jesse Runnels, Daniel Ind ana and Ohio in the past two oc9 "OS Robins was in Walter Roberts, Robert Rigsby, Pleasant weeks. OCO Mt. Vernon, Wednesday evening C. saUS Ramsey, George Sigmond, Marer e M . H. Barnes and James Tyree oo3 oiioU Singleton, Jacob Scarbro, Madison are doing carpenter work for the v Sowder, Isaac jSnodgrass, John Kentucky Cement and Coal Co. 0- - Phone 29 ceo Leading 1 ceo at Pine Hill, now. J. B. Pike is Ceo.. Robert Southard, John Sayer, o39 in Casey county looting after the Ve.. Swinney, Solomon, Tyree, William c 09 Co. interests of the Lyons Lumber Taylor, ohn Todd, Jesse Wilson, and we understand that he will e e o e & a o a a e. o a e s a a a o n o o...oo a Richard Williams, John Walker move to that county in the next Of the few davs. Miss Etta Cable is at and Isaac Whitenead. J seventy odd persons named above home from Richmond, where she Normal. the writer has met and talked is attending the State ' with some seventeen of the STRAIGHT AT IT. number. In this tax list the half cents There is no use of our "beatWe Mr. H C. ing around the bush". are carried along. I Will It fo You with it first as Gentry tells us that there was a might as well out other tortures of Eczema. Itch. Salt We want you to try You who are suffering thedays are miserable, whose nlchtsRheum or sleephalf tent coin in those davs last. are made sljin diseases you whose Cough Remedy the less by tho terrible itching, burning pains, let mo send you a trial of a sooth-n- c 1. C. Hutzsil. R. P. John Croucher paid three years Chamberlain's hsalln? treatment which has cured hundreds, which I believe will cure any obligation on your part, paid, I taxes Darrell Thompson, who is next time you have a cough or Sou. Allwill send it free, postagemall itwithout or rtrite me. giving your name, ago ana address to me. the coupon below and free of credited on book by cash 5o cts cold There is no reason so far as I will send the treatment aaa a- a-cost to you. aaa MAIL TO DAY" we can see why vou should not on an 80 cent tax bill. It appears do so. This preparation by its C. HUTZELL, 123 West Main St., Fort Wayne, Ind. J. that2o cents in that year bad remarkable cures has gained a Please send without cost or obligation to me your Free Proof Treatment. nearly as much purchasing power world wide reputation and the Age.............. Name in many lines as a dollar of today. people even where speak of it , James Terrill's name is in this in the highest terms of praise. Post Office -. Davis. tax list but no property is It is for sale by Cha- C. . Street and No SUM ni-h- j Tuesday me storm t e ... tins place . . i Atve.rtfJJkS&XZlTXaSi 6 JC '.1 . liis-o- f r 'w ol laM ri m - In ....", rt,t ilh-an- d ! 1 ! .... .r-4 11 li'r &- - ? . Children Cry t Arz:'x : Iteaetiy for Caasfip :- JS 1 -. . . ircur 5toaiacfe,Li3rra Use For Over WYX1 1 pa a 1 ORiA IKS andioSSOF&zgP. TccSinJe SiAatwe zi sJ ,J1 .J1 r Lf Sj sc2 ?:s: CEXTAua Compass; lUim ,. xt mi 3 leanj TT t l 3S ". 7?t iffiSS! v. .. vUi-rM.--- c. li wsssaism??m -- . : - mfMTnmm g a S i&fe VIA 3 . m S ft-2-- j A as zZk vi - us f5i3 - xact Ccy . m 01 rapper. tmccintauh commmv. ivoHcir. gt m&zsx&BS&zsn msrmm s7s?T r252 '.a Couldnt Walk! "I used to be troubled vr.ih a weakness peculiar to women,'1 writes Mrs. Anna Jones, of Kenny, HI. "For nearly a year, I could not walk, without holding my sides. I tried several di:.rent doctors, but I grew worse. Finally, & ctir druggist advised Cardui for my complaint. I was so 3 thin, my weight was 115. Now, I weigh 163, and I am 4 never sick. I ride horseback as good as ever. I am in ijf sine heallh-- at 52 3'ears." J j j ft -5 TAK? a U 1 .WomanVTonic . ,- We have I arriving dally. tnousands of such letters, and more are Such esmest testimony from those who &i have tried it.. sure!v nroves tin? preat value nf thT vprrnfa. - ....v . VW.W. J, ff W K.JA F iJi !.! ir;;:c rneaic:ne, lor wonen. s&y uk, Cardui relieves women's sufferintis, and builds weak . 1 j. t g wunica- u- xo 1 ii ana sircnm. ir you are a woman. neaun - i a. uwi. it ohvuju iiijj jtju, tvi ui:o5 iitipcu a mil6nlion others. It is made from pure, harmless, herb ingredi-eri'- s, which act Droniptly and surely 011 the womanly organs. It is a good tonic. Try it I Your druggist sella it. J' -- - - ale lor Special Im.trac.10as, Wnte to: Ladies' Advisory Dcpt. Cfcattaaooca iMeditine Co.. Chattanoosa. Tena, and'frl-pace book. "Home Treatmint for U'omca." sent f :ec J 53 E. L. Cockrell Ky 3C3-3so- o TUi ML lUiLLO UnRR h al k mm c w " a)!;)) tantlb for inetliols whk-make linan-uiiutitritiHi.- of Mnitivt vainc. Tmr HiKiMiyt-Htea-t of this iustitiHioH reucy nize atreth. lnve ajl ofee. :tn .hIjsoIuU; factor Ir the com-iof every Iwnk. FurtheriMOJv. ;n ixtellvni appceui at:on u tilt- - itvtiivitiuHl requirement:! of - lht wt HUL Opposite Post Office patrons is aecessas-- to make h service to tin'Hi HlitU. it really should Ini. CotuL nt)yanl steaJfit.tir Hfhe:-iit- : to this theory. The I'eople Bank 1mj, on jiyetl h jirowth. bth m ?ul!-tautial Miisiilx-'- r of r.:i:)k with anil in the voinme deposits. ! n. We '0 THE -- PEOPLES BAN MT. VERNON, ICY. t U. G. BAKER, President. J.1YK. DIIU-MMON- Vioe.-Ptufc- t. want K.L.TIlOr.IISOX.Jr., Cusltwr. CrM'DE C COX.Ass't. Cash e. &' CHAS DAVIS Druggist JON VlcKENZI easaasi.uoaocoaineoaaacBjaaaniao.a9ilv fa-..- OtQIt.40 ori F you ' y SH OES THE need a good pair of shoes it SELLS CAN BE CURED Free Prove "ROYAL BLUE" is to your interest to examine the Set line before you buy 1 "" AS WcKENZ!E MT. VERNON, KY. A j 5 ' was very mud and feed Ducklings 'must .ffigsaafflgfcscBgegEfl&gaBasys Miss jowl aild greens &y& MT. VERNON SIGNAL sick firstBeSsie Poyiiier not be allowed .aler to s'.Vim m 'E ! of the week. ti-i. . . ,v,u UJ .Vinva rt KnrtrC MMo, . j f oettino- wet chills, H Walter Robins was up from papers . or manuscripts stored . kl T,i: Mt. Vernon, Ky., Apr 4, 1913 Brodbead Wednesday evening. 11U V.UII Jk-IUV.U1. JLiWJ VW lillC lliUUtU 'U w awa? wmz.jcsmi tz& runner ducks? Any one that has n Mr and Mrs. P. L. Durham tj r spent Sunday with relatives in V. C.il. ow ' Mo. y Tovnter bought of A. as much as a town or city lot eve n 1 79- cnt- - wuh SlUSAt, inwan toComm -H. Hamlin seven head 200 lb. flocks are being raised on the Brodhead. hogs foi $112. roofs of large hotels. There are 9 :Decause Mrs. Ben Martin, of Rowland, sdftiJ , more proiits E. B. Cox has sold his property more advantage-;was the guest of the family of he perlocated on White & Lovell streets and n ore pleasure m raising a brothei, J. T. Procter, last week. r. 1. .: l: vt rtu t- - .. 1 flock of Indian Runners tlnn auy U1 luwu Mrs. R. E. Thompson and."1 busintss I know of and especially We arc showing a big line of daughter Mrs Al Holmes, were Louisvlle S. Nashville R R Co. for women. light woik a::d downjrom Crab Orchard Sunday. P.iiiamaand Straw Hats. very fascinating. The opportunity W; i' c- 2$ix Sutton & McBoo TIME TABLE. Dr. John M. Williams, of Aztec, open to oti, now is. the time to 8 is pi . 4.r)f) p m New Mexico, was with homcfolks Wk learn Irom a ieiiabl: .source grasp it. H'l ucitn..-iU.nort1 3:53 am! here for a fe.v days during the that Dr. M. Pennington, of Bertha . Mus. .1. F. Cahtkk, 3 1 .1 )' s discovered a cuie lor Pallegia. .11:3s a m week, 'Jo outh .. 15H tin.aa, uy. it 3 s a a. . ftfecsai ouv-u ,psv w n, - .V.;& KM iia,i ";.??; : KZ 3& ''CVoKSn i Mr.--. 12:19 am Sue Butrtor and dautjMrr, , iss L'i omith . V. i M . M iert Missionary t ' '! The Young People's VJI.iJfV ; I I I' 3 VSi tl 1 rfG Oil ran tne :irr.:r, imp ut fl li'.n tC'"ZS 13it mm ?ejf- - Sit s n A.. f a c. will liuet promptly at low cuts shoes at Suiton & McBec. S3 rf' S III J W Jas. Landrum, Agent. Mi?s Mattie. of Pine Hill, were 1 with friends 4iere Sunday and 1L. IlGLVfS Llh ii Manse. All No. 8. to night at the Phone ? Ail kind of Skiits. call and let! R : Monday. & to be in nibers are requested us show you. Sutton & McBee. Riitrtw.l at'llie Mt Vernon, Ky. Posloflice Rev. George S. Watson left present. mail matter. ;is second-clas- s Thursday for Louisville. IndianapoK M E US C LU B M E ETS. Mr. and Mrs R A. Sparks have FA lis, and will attend Presbyiena at i.' Tim I'll!-- ...,.. ri..i. ,,.l....t ... 1 1IC WIU'-1IIC1 O V.1IIU W13 PERSONAL rt tined ;rom Richmond where i Campbellsville, Tuesday. Auk ai S ipcmii tl- - m,r.,tiiyfri nt Hrn!ritnil ." :i i th ) have been at ths bedside of 1?. A. Sparks was in Richmond Dr James F. Pennington has Mi1. S11 meeting Doty who has been hell its fiist regularly first of the week. bought a farm in Clark eaunty seiiouslv. Saturday March 29. Tho the is Callie Ualrtr. of W'tners. 1 and located for practice at Ford. was not so g"od as 1 Way: Contributors to attendance Eoonk very low with tuberculosis. The ooctor has been quite successanticipated the meeting was a Tom Hansel was badly hurt in ful in his practice in Knox and postage fund. James Eversole, great success. Squire 0. S. Armstrong, Bell counties and the people of London; the mines at Pine II ill Tuesday. Mr B.irnett the- - efficient chairQuail; A. M. Uiatt, Cashier Citizen Ford are foi innate in having him man gave an interesting .Miss Flo) a Pon'iinjjtjn. of bank. Brodhead. I of Miss Nora locate in their place. was the guest talk on the value of I I w JL las The Young Peoples Christian organ zation for the farmers. Parrett last week. n in LOCAL will meet Society Endeavor David Mr. M. G. Fish gave the reMulbns and Evt-reAre good shirts they'll promptly at 6:30 p. 111. at the sults of some valuable experience m this country can find the clothes stand wear as well as washBrodhead and Crai"" were m Pumps for Ladies Gun Metal Presbyterian Church. The topic with cow peas, crimson liover, Maretburg Sunday. $i.7f) and up at Fish's. ing and they come in so he in our big stock includes for the meeting will be The vtich etc., which was thoroly Mrs Koine Adams and daughGraded Ideal Christian. The leader will appreciated, as evidenced by the Remember the play at the patterns every good style for Spring and Suinrner many good to be ablethat ter, Mrs C. H. White, are with School, April the 11th Mulljus, we are sure be Miss Ruth to Jivelv discus jion which followed. relatives at Oorbin this week. and the greatest values for the please you. splendid fanner Mr. J. wear That The adjuster for the Hanover Pleaching at the Baptist Church Mrs. Rome Adams has added to Ius. Co. was here Wednesday and at both hours Sunday April 6th, W. Moore, had an exhibit of seed .the beauty of her West Main St.. $1.50 and up money you ever saw being tested for germinamade adjustment of the loss of Mrs. 11 a. m. aud 7:30 p in. Sunday coin by adding a coat of paint tiome very valuable. L. S. Adams. VOL' CAN (JKT SOME MIGHTY GOOD SLITS HERE School at 10 a m. Praer meet- tion, which was Dr. D. B. Southard and little Some very interesting figures AT $15 ; SOME FOP, LESS AXD SOME FOR MORE. "Out lc The Streets" will be ing every Thursday evening at son. diehard, were up from StanWe are now studjing the were given on destructive insects, Dre. played at the Graded School, April 7:30 ford Monday to ee the the Uth. Thjs is a clsn and in- last chapter of the book of by Prof. Likins ot the Graded mother. amd teresting plaj', Co we and fijjjoy Revelation. Every one invited to School. and Mrs. Tom Kirby who lias been Prof. Teuton gave a most vah evening. aitewd ajl services. the sick for several weeks, is much able black-boardemons! ratio-Vjwill make you to complete your Spring outfit the kind CIotiTcraft Clothing, also the daughter who has better, grape growing and pruning. The Recital which was given are guaranteed, and sold for less FYidy evening, March 28th. by from the ordinary young fellow and help stand .been sick Is better. Fertilisers and soil improvement money than ordinary clothing. Mrs. Georgia McClure and Mrs. Beajiley's Music Class was was discussed by I. B. Chestnut. you iook prosperous Hansel were here from just call and see what you can get a very 'delightful ocoqsitui. Alter Miss Adna A splendid addition to the Livingston last week guests of jior jo. 12, or 15, TRY US ONCEA ND YOU WILL Be SATISFIED ALWAYS. giacefuily rendering many beauti program was the nnioic i'urjiisllerl Sutton & McBee. T. Meadows. Mrs. J. ful selections, the ciags and guests by Mjss Tate and Mjss Moore, The WelchrMonow school has were invited to pnrtake of re- - which v'as certainly enjoyed by Mrs. Bessie McClure and Miss Ail Sallie Reynolds spent Saturday quarters in the D, C, Poynter store freshments and bpetid a pleasant (ill. Look sc K sid Sunday in Maretburg with room, this being the only available hour m a sociai way. The mem This splendid meeting should Around -- jSSSSSW? for the ig3?v. room in the town since the ilia bery of the music class showed have been attended by ever ghe family of J. J. J&&U1. Welch-Mor-icthe great improvement tfince tjfe last farmer in the conimunitv Sign lJ.'J Mss. W. J. Sparks and daugh which destroyed the s&R5V ' wv buildiup. . fe&' n v r Those who especially recital. Tho nexf meeting will be held, mi i St ters, Misses Bess and Fanu, who Busy 38 1 of the c deserve mention are Misses Bennie Apr. 26, p.m. the pvogrun ior South durilig fcave beeu in the Mike's place, with the new ...I-TComer Fish I5: 1. ithe winter have returned home. awning just put in tact, takes on Bell Duke, Edith Laswell, Mamie whtch wil appears later. cgsassssi uaiw V ii. Mrs. John Farmer, of McKee, a very different appearance aud Baker, Ruth Reppert and Manre HOPEWELL WX HOME Of GOOD CLOTHES. has been vuth her daughters, in passing down Churca street, Duke. Owing to illness Miss Sessas-- s Naunie Tavlor was absent. ereCTggremg;;K3ai.JSTgrTg Master Hassie Nieeley is on the Mesdames S. F. Bowman cod one wonld hardly recognize it at sick bt. Mr. Allen Adams and Wm. Carpenter, for a few days first glance as being Mike's old 551LO REWARD tflOo. INDIAN RUNNER DUCKS. laniily spent Saturday and Sun- has moved back to Knoxville. For Sale. Somo double iron blisses Pattie Perkins and G lad vsjjint The readers of this pajier w'll As there seems to be so little day with Mrs. Adams' mother at Messrs. S. T., W. M. aud J. A. beds. Apply at Langdon Attorney C 0, Williams has purSouthard uero here trom Stanbe pleased to learn that tln're is known in this county about the Hansford. Rev. Charles Car- - Bryant were with home folks ford Saturday and Sunday with chased of Sutton & MoJJee the at least one dreadful disea ;e ludiau Runneis, I think an article niical preached at Mt. Pisgah, Sunday last but have returned that science has been able to cure Mrs. W. G. McBee. Mrs. Van Winkle dwelling, on Main sendir.g forth their merits would Saturday aud Sunday, also at to their work North of Paris. in all its stages, and that is and will convert it into a For Salts: A Hemington type- - Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is Mrs. R. W. Dyche is visiting street, du very appropriate as i unniv Hopewell, buturday night. Mrs. O. Owens has gone to Demoss- . .xr.u ,.n .. ,rn i &r mother, Mrs. R. B. Mullius room for the post office. Sutton & any one contemplating going iuto Mary Pemx is suffering very much ville, near Covington and is work-- 1 only positive cure now known , McBee retained 26 feet of ground a nig o.inram. Dr. Dyche will be here Saturday ii -n my at mis. tn t,hf mwi n tmt..-nit.- v j Pntsn-.--- the business would like all the with sore eyes. Candidates are ing as telegraph operator at that and will commence building at office. being a constitutional disease, ie- to stay over until Sunday. information they could get. The very numerous in this vicinity. place. quires a constitutional treatinei Judge L. W. Bethurum was in once. Miss Earsie Clifford is staying' Indian Runner ducks is not an You can see them going in all Catarrh Cure is takeu m ' ILousville Wednesday to see hi entirely new variety in this directions. PL AY POSTPONED. Robert Marler has with Mr. and Mrs. .1. B Proctor MaKes Hssse EaMaj I Easy ternnlly, acting directly upon tae bvofrJir Judge B. J. Bethurum j blood aud mucous surfaces of l'io Because of the Passion Play, a' country having been imported moved to the house formerly oc this Summer. D. G. Clark was system, thereby destroying the ;.vlio iz rapidly iegaining his the Moving picture Show, the several years ago from the British c )tvn from Johnetta for a few cupied by Mrs Kinlev. Mr. Mar (foundation of the disease, and MMiy SIR m iiealth. play by the High School will be Islands and India from which it ler bought the place some three or hours Monday. Nim Ramsey, of i giving the pmient strength byJMrs. A mm O. Younjr, grand deferred to A pill the 11th, This receives the name of Indian with four months ago. building up the constitution at d The recent Wildio, was visiting relatives. at jnation of tile Order ot Eastern delay only means a better play. the runner added to denote its cold spell ;:s assisting nature in doing , much damage this place Sunday last Peopie 5kL fis work. The proprietors have o Star, will visit Frankliu Chanter. By'that time we expect to give chief peculairity which is its to the fruit crops in this vicinity are getting ready xor fa ining much faith in its curative powe s "No. 117, at this place, nextThurs you something good. Don't miss rapid vnovemeut over the ground. as well as the storms. Mrs. Cyn again they are watching for the that thev offer One Eundrt J day the 10th Now the following are soqie of thjaNicelev and Mrs Sydney .Mc- - sun to shine so they can get it, l you do you will regret it. Dollars for any case that it fat:s qualities of the Indian Runners. Clue, both of this place, are on the the.r plow started. D. M. Sin.Mrs. Julia Ballard mother of Send for list of test to cure. CLtfB NOTICE gleton is selling goods now in the JVC. They are the most hearty of all sick list. Ballard has purchased E G. Jan. os Muilins, of The regular meeting of the domestic fowls and stand con- Withers, visited friends and rela- J. A. Wood store house just Address F. J. Chejcey Ct Co., B. Cox's residence in the lYhite Toledo, Ohio. and will move to town I Women's Club was held iat FrJr ditions and do well where no tives at this place from Sa'urday vacated by Mr. J. B. Owens. addition Sold by all Druggists, 75r. day evening at the home of Mrs. other fowls can. In many places until Monday. 5n the near future. John Harmon, Uncle John Robinson has moved Take Hall's Family Pills for KT 1 Ed Gentry- Quite a number the Runuers have taken possession who has been suffeiing for three to Conway, where he exnecti to .Miss Susie Thompson who is constipation. iSl m sa s3 ij fowls month past from the effects ot a make his luture home. We' remow associated with Mrs. R. E. were out to enjoy the program and excluded all other given bv the Education depart- owing to the fact that the Runners fall, is some better at this writing gret to see uncle John leave he Thompson in the Millinery busitjs " 'jLCTA.tf vi rzr i ness at Crab Orchard, was at home ment. This afternoon ft demon- are hardy bears confinement well and there is some hopes of his has been with us for about 5. KfKf &S?SS: Conover : stration of breads, rolls and and thrives where other breeds recovery. Ambrose Mams, who years and you could hardly ever Suuday and Monday. 2 muffins will be given in the of fowls would not exist, besides has been sick for months still miss uncle John oft the switch. D. M. Cress, one of our county's The only hslzing jpcvMsF '& room of the producing a large amount of eggs. remains, in a very critical condiK JIT. VERNON, KY, and honoi'able domestic science txost :ts2&q fram Rsy-si-i Srspe dormitory at 2:30 o'clock. GJ"dc3rr uon t neeu a pona or a tion and his recovery is doubtful. iou i r ron tRooms over llaktr d Stc re young men was a caller at this FOR FLETCHER'S quantity ol water just enough to 'i """- - 3" " Mollie Kirby spent Friday Mrs. office Saturday and informed us HflALBM,KQLlMEPHOSFiUIE K leC&3eepeC3S838ecC5 H. Cottlnglm, of Livingston drink and so they can cover their with relatives at Brush Creek. W. i intended to mak" the that Coal Inspector for L & R R. heads. It is no trouble to raise Tace for Gheriu" on the Democratic This is a Blue Surge reason and was knocked from a Coal Car an Indian Runner ducklet as but ticket. few accidents befall them. No Fish's is headquarters fov Mens, Wednesday afternoon near East F. E. Mullius, the popular He was at first thought mite lice, chiggers, cholera, 'roupe, Young Men's and Boys fin? blue Bernstadt Mullins Station Merchant was a to be fatally injured but on ex bowel trouble or bothersome pest serge suits. visitor to our town Tuesday. amination by Drs. Trouttnan and have any effect on them. No durt Fred as he is familiarly called is THOROUGHBRED SEED Amyx it was found th?t no bones bathes to provide, no flying over one of the county's nicest and CORN. were broken, and no serious fences 01 neighbors they are most progressive young business Save Money on your Fencing by Putting up hurtless aud will take care of internal injuries. He was taken I have a few bushels of fine seed men. the Style Made to Meet your Requirements to his home in Livingston themselves if you give them a corn to spare. It is white corn Johnny Griffin, who underwent immediately after accident. It's downright foolishness to buy light Then they put up a brand new stock We chance. with small red cob, deep grain and chicken wire to pat around your bull fence, a set ions operation in Louisville wish him a speedy recovery. The runners are more prolific extra good weight, bred up for a pasture and you know it. There's no economy in that kind of four weeks ago for a complication than bens. They lay during the number of y2ars, bv ear row tes g. The right fence in the But some people do it because they on of troubles, was a passinger There will be Sunday School winter and a longer period will and especially suited to tin's lo t don't think beyond the price-tickon the first place costs less. Wednesday's train returning to aud preaching at all three churches thrive on courset feed with less roll of fence at least.not until they've had cality. Better try this. It will Our free catalogue tells how to buy Except Sunday morning. his home at Withers. Rev. T. C. codling and cheaper housing and pay. Prices right. to patch the chicken wire a dozen times fencing economically, effectively, wisely, o Also Barred being very weak is doing as well Duke will fill his regular ap- eat no more than hens. or so where that bull went through. Get it today and save money. Plymouth Rock eggs for sotting. could be expected. as can be obtained 5o cts. per 15. Call or write, pointment at the Baptist Church Best results Made in Different Style, for HELD. FARM. RANCH. LAWN, 7,rav,r JS.QQ CHICKEN, POULTRY and RABBrT YARD and GARDEN CiVeiy Robert Cox telegraphs from as will Rev. George Tinsley at the from setting from March to B. Chestnut, Jamestown Ind , that the railroad Christian while the Rev. Wm. August. The little ducklets Mch. 21 .4L Ask your dealer for "Pittsburgh Perfect" and insist on his furnishing it. Do not allow Wm,to persuade Hiatt, Ky. you that some other fence is just as good. If he doesn't sell it, write us direct. and interurbans are all out of Buyers, of Hyden, will deliver should be provided with a "Pittaburgh Perfect" Brand of Barbed Wire; commission because of the high the morning sermon at the Pres shallow vessel with water having If you are interested in Wire Fencine. write ORLANDO. Bright, Annealed & Galranizcd Wire; Twisted for FREE copy of our ALMANAC 1913 Cable Wire; Hard Spring Coil Wire; Fence waters. He and his family ex- - byterian, Rev. George Tinsley plenty of fine sapdand gravel in St, ,!,.,. Pnltnr Nettins Staoles: Regular Wire I Nail j Galvanized Wire Najla; Lares Head pected to return home the first of will deliver the evening sermon and around it; see that the water Pittsburgh Steel Co. Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Ramsey X. itooiins nam, jiasw burgh Perfect" Fencing. AU inado ot Open Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania the week but now he does not at the Presbyterian church being is kept.deep enough for them to and children of Mt. Vernon, were Hearth rnateriaL mm,mm know when he will be able to union service. You are cordiallv cover their heads as the nostrils with Mr and Mrs. J. B. Procter M"t invited to all these services, get to Louisville. are liable to become clogged with first of the week. S. S. Ball, Sr. ti o-- teSWesisl?. i - ; I V - cvo w i - 1 JD- rv) tffllMs. zsrFn, "mu.I " '& warE recommend rather have tttfsz n t iAfer a Akrow Shirts to our customers we would I ?'" fc I-- s Mm mm m i Jmttk WYWrra.riJt vsb . L manent customers than transients. ... W 1 --- . , Ml jw Ft 1 a k &. 1 5 11 e 1 7-- 3 I yr Wft! it F.juf- - mxw ijffisgJ rrv U I ' -- ir .t!&KW!.:'J. ufe11 m Jm- Bm$ Liv-iufttu- n. intrc-dulco- ry VI"KV (VIAII it C,HTOTO iiil.X tt wants I -- d l All-Woo- l" I I I I HATS SHOES FURNISHINGS that out A Sjtf-JSS- w S Jn k-gB?!siay;?g?-?x!-,jgsaBs- &S&dJ&4 J2 .7-- 1 3W-v-iif... iw-c. W 7Stm, r$ . tmr mis I '...-if,- ."., $&& "Ithe h -- -- I - has-don- Absolutely Pu?e ifias r- -j II HI Mmmmnmm &x&x&x& yc$x&xct P H, Dentist up-rig- ht Cry I J- lt OA3TO R A 1 r Fence 1 fence-buyin- et ::'!. IJJ -- -- m e 3 l V 'A' . r - , - UirJs4' t Nature's l- - are perfect if only we obey them, but disease folloWi disobid! SLOGAN IS "ONE FOR EVERY ONE" RURAL TEACHERS BODY OF TRAMPS Dr. Glaxton Says They Change proportions, and yoa have DOCTOR PIERCE'S GOLDEN MEDICAL DISCOVERY. It took Dr. Pierce, with the cssistancc &, of two learned chemists and pharma-,:cfrr..irmonths of hard work experimenting to perfect this vegetable ukerativc and tonic extract of the greatest efficiency. iv Cheerful Cry Adopted In Rowan County In 1911. dEANETTE BELL ORIGINATOR Practiced What She Preached on Poor Girl Who Got Behind In Her Studiaa on Account of Practical Blindness. Work Has Not Stopped, Either. Districts Too Often. RESULTS IN POOR TEACHING Problem Must Be Solved if Real Strong Work a to Be Done In Country Districts Is Hurting Children' Chanoee. Jutt a Question or Two. M&i WK h .,?? reij- a:m '&&$$$' M$?t Bv1 ' - 31k. C. "W. P.uvlev, of Millvlllc, Calif. .writes: " I wish to toll yon that I have usd your ' Golden Medical in ray family for twenty years. Wo have had a doctor called Sn out onco during that time. I have a family of ten eLilaven, all well and Hearty, ior which, vj a greai. oUmt. we owe thanks to you and ycur ' Golden Medical Discovery ' and ' Pellets,' which wo uso when sick." Dis-covo- rv Fountain Square) CINCINNATI, OHIO re-construc- e ,J C.W.Pw:bi Dr. Tierce'j Pleasant Pellets regulate and invigorate tiny granules. stomach liver .gJ towels. Suar-coated, ' ) ' r sj ism, wm STAKES Our line of Couch Caskets is unexcelled Last winter, when the enthusiasm of the moonlight school campaign was at Its height in Rowan county, Miss Bell, an official stenographer, decided to adopt and carry out the slogan, "One for every one." She looked about her iu Moorebead, the county seat, for some person who was out of school and could not read or write. In the hoter In which she was living Jea-nett- e In a recent address at Louisville, Ky.. Dr. P. P. Claxton, commissioner of education for the United States, stated that the rural teachers constituted the py Coftinsfurnished Hearse sent to all parts of the County lland-mad- e All Phone orders by Wire Promptly Filled W. A. COX,i 94-S she discovered a pupil, Cordie Wilson, who was working as a chambermaid. "When asked about the work she had .done for Cordie Wilson, Miss Bell smiled quietly and said: "It wasn't work at (lilt It was a pleasure, and a very real pleasure too. You see, Cordie was born iu Elliott county, and when she was quite young she was almost blind. Of course slio did not go to school with MT. VERNON, KY 2&2SBSE greatest body of tramps known. Over 50 per cent of them more to a new district each school year. Don't take Dr. Claxton's word for it Think of all the rural districts you know and see bow close his assertion comes to fitting your own and your neighbor's situation on the teacher question. The main reason for so much poor teaching in the country districts Is that the teacher does not stay long enough In any one locality to know, either the 'children or their parents. If it is as difficult as it is for you to manage your child after having it with you every day during Its whole life, how can .the average teacher do even creditable work when she absolutely does not know your children She merely has got a nodding acquaint ance-witthem; she can call them by V h you to their and improved store. New sales-floohave been added, New elevators constructed, New entrances built, walls removed and the entire interior of the building remodeled. ted Tl WELCOME rs Thousands of dollars have been expended to make this store the best of its kind anywhere. cA trip to Cincinnati is not complete unless you include a visit to Mabley CBi, Carew. We have been busy for many months, reconstructing, improving and bettering, and there is now completed the finest and best in V110 ri.-i.-- Gf1f- - rp i.n fi4 We are now ready to say Welcome, come to this great exposition and see the ft largest and most beautiful exclusive jro'Tf women's and girls' garment floor in Cincinnati. An exhibition on the third floor of handsome Coats, Suits and Dresses for girls, misses and women, all reasonably priced. zA millinery department occupying the entire fourth floor in which are displayed more handsome European and American model hats than you can see in any other establishment. name. tCMalB&f This is every man's problem as well as the teacher's problem. It must be solved if we are to have real strong work done. What will you do with it? It is what is hurting your child's chance for an education that is worth while. GET BUSY. I niaw:srSF.i. & i CORDIE WILSON. THE BOY WITH A BANK BOOK is the I amount to something. JS'o need to worry about his future. If you want to do your boy the best thing for him .open an account in his name at the BANK OF MT. VERNON. Give him the book and teach him to save instead of spending. He will be glad of your teaching during his to one who is going whole life THS m&mi OP MT. YSRiVON MT. VERNON, KENTUCKY, V. L. RICHARDS, President. A. B. FURNISH, Cashier. SKEIBgBrKgQKB&M nw mar BifSIpSBw sr wina Coupons For Out of the Duke's Mixture Sack Setting Many men are pleasure out of untold JBS2SS4r5SPaaW3 lww)$s One 5c package holda many pipefuls of Dure, mild smoking or, if you please, it will make many cigarettes of the good kind that you roll yourself. ed the Ltggett& Myers Duke's Mixture sack. shifted. j Do We Think For Ourselves? Queer how.mauy things In our life are inherited from the past and are accepted without a thought. We are afraid of storms, the dark and a thousand and one other tbluga because our ancestors, who knew nothing of science, feared them. We 3vent to school and did our tasks in the good old fashioned way because that was the way our parents got their education. In thousands of schools scattered all over this enlightened couutry we are inflicting the same thing upon our children because of our habit of thought Isn't It time for us to begin to view the child as something more than a receptacle for the three It's? Isn't school something Can we win ? bigger and better than we are trying Win what? to make the average country school? Win the first night school prize. Doesn't real, pulsing life demand more, infinitely more, than it did 100 years Of course we can. Just watch ago? Doesn't life exist in the field: us try. And watch us WIN ! Where crops are growing? Doesn't a problem exist except between the covers "of a book? Is the geography ot We are winners, we are ! Africa as vital or as full of meaning as the brook that tumbles over rocks Watch us grow. Grow what'c aud mossy roots 100 yards from the scnoolhouse door? Does any one realEverything but weeds. ly believe that the lock sten studio without a break mean an, education in Our district to school with children so much her junior. This was somewhat accentuated by the fact that she was one of those unfortunate overgrown girls thai look almost twice their real age. Today, at fifteen. Cordie looks like seventeen or eighteen. "At night when her work about the hotel was done she would come to me with her liooks and pencil and pad and work like a Turk. Naturally I expected It to take her some time to learu to write and read, but iu six nights she could write her name easily and knew how to join all her letters into words In this same time she had also learned to read well enough to cover the first twenty pages in her first reader. Soon after this she left the hotel and did not come to me any more." Every vital human movement easilj becomes both religious and contagious and the moonlight school seems to prove the rule. Other couuties and communities are taking up the work and it is hoped that the whole state will realize the value of a school foi out of school folks. In 1911 Rowan county decided to strive to get a number of her school, to open their doors for adults who could not read or write. Grown people do not care for a primer or a first reader, so Rowan county launch ed a paper, THE ROWAN COUNTY SCHOOL MESSENGER, that the pu plls might have a real live paper to rend. The first column of the paper, dated Sept. 10. 1912, Is as follows: the other children, and when her eyes grew better she felt shy about going Just a Question or Two. IS YOUR SCHOOLHOUSE AS UP TO DATE AS YOUR NEW DAIRY BARN? IS THE INTERIOR OF YOUR SCHOOL AS MODERN AS THAT NEW SILO? IS YOUR TEACHER AS COMPETENT AS THAT TRAINER FOR YOUR COLTS? IS THE cSCHOOL AS WELL PAINTED AS YOUR CHURCH? IS THE WATER AT THE SCHOOL AS CONVENIENT AND AS GOOD AS IT IS FOR THOSE YOUNG STEERS? IS THE SCHOOLYARD AS BIG AS THE PASTURE WHERE YOU EXERCISE YOUR COLTS? IS THE STOVE IN THE SCHOOL AS MODERN AS YOUR WIFE'S GASOLINE RANGE? Aim high The second floor twenty thousand square feet devoted to men's and boys' clothing. The fifth floor a great permanent exposition of women's girls' and children's shoes and women's furnishings. On the main floor are men's furnishing, men's hats, men's shoes, gloves, hosiery, novelties of all kinds. The basement floor houses V-- ?'. WMA SSK5S?,? i-- Jfc ??&&?& ' 35 V s$en5.Ks5s& t m&fr. A7.l. s3 & Bi iJXCi. i.W.5 J?rrirv. ig?i TfcfS 5? & 3y m liv & the best house-furnishin- g know of. C& china departments and we i&aBK; ?Is vlit VliA J3Vi & S vwss x; V3St..r fr y isai S CTj xt'vw. mm fcmsagj v : jwp SKvSf3 mtimk ijtf T "IA TC rfrt tf ?I A sSl-Jri.LXTCC3:3Effl$3 wiSSJ5S. mmM zx y?2 rw ? " i y in your farm work. Shoot at the moon If you wish. Of course you will not hit the moon, but the chances are that you will scatter a lot of bird shot somewhere along the sky line Colonel Henry Exall, Texas Industrial Congress. to Mabley Carew, Fountain Square, come right up from the depot, make yourself at home, use our big home-lik- e rest room, check your valises and hand baggage, use our information bureau, write your letters, all this with our compliments. We assure von a frnnil nniirtonn treatment whether you come to purchase or not, and If you do purchase we deliver your goods free by Parcel Post. Our dainty lllnph tnnin uii'iu nlna If..!. lunches at a verv small niln. Again Welcome. Come to Cincinnati, come n mm sm ;vss yM !'r " V o' .yi m mI7 fA.l &lrl m m k4 Ml ?A iL.. "'yvN; ris-- j rS8 v.T lM 2 - Cincinnati's Great Style Exposition daily at The Mabley & Carew Co. Fountain Square, Gncinnati, Ohio. A v J "? h4S ktl.? i? xv... L'- - mssm P2f.4& ii. A f FOUND, the place to buy Spectacles and Eyeglasses fop $1.50aud up. Gold, Silver and Aluminum Frames. Largest selection in town. Ejes tested Free. Years of experience. f&K0 !rfv J. ffK.S ' ,tv S3SV ' WW f J &y FOUND! -- 3&z&& lluuui I have just Joc3e3ocgex3oegg3ec JEWELER AND OPTICIAN. COX J. C. MOORE DROS. STORE Efli ilHNN UUUIiiy fill! if III. Etc, R. H. CONOVER shall win! mm. made by the Our division must lead I Let's all go to school. It is goo for us. It will make us youn.' again. It will make ub more use ful. It may start us on the road t greatness. All night schools county started on Monday evening Sept. 16. n jfiSfr fetel v?'i MliL 5s0r mul 3W. attssv'yl Mixture. You still get the same big one half ounce sack enough to make and m many cigarettes for c And with each sack" you get a book of cigarette papers and a" present coupon, FREE. Liggett & Myers Tobacco Co. at Durham, N. C, is the favorite with cigarette smokers. It's the tobacco that makes rolling" popular with men who want the true taste of pure, mild, selected tobacco. We're making this brand the leader of Its kind. Pay what you will, you cannot get better granulated tobacco than Duke'a Duke's Mixture, MT. VERNON, KY. is solved n this little chat Only a few questions are asked Baker Building, Up Stairs. that most of "us grownups don't think Rooms recently oceupied by Dra. Hat- about Put yourself in your child's lield i!c Harrid. place for a momeut and see If your school building, the studies and the viewpoint .are In step with all the ads,ATTORNEY-AT-LAvances that the world has made in the other activities of our varied life. MT. VERNON. KY. No problem its best and broadest sense?; Dentist put in a line ot Saddles, Harness and Harness Hardvare, and am located in R. L. McFerron building just East of Signal. X can furnish anything you waut in- - tint line. Please droj) in. and see nie. 'C. Williams, - REPAIR SHOP I desire to say also, that I am prepared to do all kinds of Shoe and Harness repair work. sewing a specialty. Shoe Each will try to have the largesi number enrolled, the host attend arice each night and the largest graduating class; also each wil try to have the oldest pupil. Rowan county has the fines; building stone in the world. Rowan county iwill grow the fin t fruit in the world. -- desirable presents su.table for men, women, boys andarticles girls. Something tor ejery member of the household. Save the Present Coupons ,.Wilh tt tfuP?M yu can get many :.jmmisNiN--- y V v p sends us Special offer lor February and March only Our new illustrated catalogue of pres- lU.ub? ,ent Frm to who -name id address. vMA.aa i Health of the Child In School. Do you eat breakfast every day? Do you drink coffee or tea? Do you hnve your bedroom window open or shut at night? Do you own a toothbrush? These and other pertinent questions ire to be answered by the children in me public schools of Minnesota. They form part of a "health grading outline" prepared by Dr. Ernest B. Hoag, special director of school hygiene for me state, wnereoy teacners and school nurses may-- learn In the most direct manner possible the physical condition of the children Intrusted to their care. "Rational conservation of the mental and physical health of our. school chilideal of this and dren is other current health projects reported to the United 8tates bureau of the'-ultlmat- e The Bank of Mt. Vernon, on Churc street. Special attention given to collections Phone No. 8o. erOFFICE. On 2nd. floor o P0;4pir- W. T. DAVIS. - P3CC)&3CCC I Mh flliiiiiiiiiiVUvl liiiiiiiiiHB JM iiiiiiiiV E G. MAILED TO YOU FREE Orchards Just tay on a Postal Card: 5rnd me a copy of Stark Ymter Book for 1913. When writing, also tell us how many trees, shrubs, vines, etc., you will probably plant this season. This Year Book is more than a mere catalegae o! Stark nursery products, it iu a YEAR BOOK of Stark Bro's Nurseries & " n -- JBB B V7j&mm .' jir-- 1 V U.; w SfflJ Ar. w. GKANCKR' ttvaaBk ARETTES, ciiX trras, and ttthtr tax or QGAK. couohm , utued by in. Preauum Dept jy "H IUII .r",,-'ij?-5ip'..'"- i. 4 DV lift . v mMitvMXi St. &!' jpsmum 4 CURE FOti RHEUI Uurown expenence of nearly 100 years, the reports of experiment stations and the MATISM. Mount Vernon Monumental busy people. An encyclopedia of orchard information, containing full size color "I" suffered with Rheumatism illustrations of gloriously tinted fruits and many photographic reproductions ia black , and white: also information oa maav subiecta in which the orcharHUt ; UNDERTAKER-an- d !Btr. EMBALMER for two years and could not get Hundreds of vaneties of apples, pears, peach, plum, cherry, apricot, quince, to tnv month for "iv rieht hand grape and all small fruits are described; weaknesses of each variety are pointed out that length of time," writes Lee of and and good points are explained. We feel that planters should know both. 1 I.. Chapman, Mapleton, Iowa. in growing fruits or flower or shrubs or shade trees will and bookThose interested value; totally different from the average nurseryman's fiad this "I suffered rterrible pain so I could of inestimable publi4L not. sleep or lie still at night. Granite Monuments of all cations. It is a book you will keep for reference, and one oa which you cm depend m vmug Muauiuicijr ahfcuiaic. it Ills lUUSy fOt yOUT Copy. Five vears asro I beean usini' rj 0 inds. Estimates furnished Chamberlain's Liniment and in NUI EsTgJRJYylvyV'7lre? two months I was well and on application. have not suffered with rheumatism G ( ("V J2 since." For sale by Chas. C. Pone 112 I FOUND A. J.C.McCLARY. ( M ii jjHHHflHHv' ! Manufacturers -- v- - Stanford, Ky. lui STARK BRO'S Nurseries & Orchards Co. LOUISIANA, MO, Davis.