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Mount Vernon signal: April 11, 1913 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1913 mou1913041101_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: April 11, 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 Published Every Friday VOLUME XXVI. osuwtir - ;j vi-iling a vjr &sto sg w&J 'xvsrvy jW ,t Sllli Mi t!1I'I; I a swm- w r; 13 r ?, Established 1887 saHalCECSCiscau33 lEHTOKTO - "Ssj7 MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL UltO DUE AD. 11. 1913. NUMBER 28 mg lives. Reece Ward who has been i satisfied if ever the road is built .mitine,! t.Viic tor.ni "" t.lio nir, it- will start from that point. So " """ I 'three weeks, with typhoid fever down roes our air castles. Jason 3s slowly improving. James K. Robinson, of the Gauley section, Owens is very sick at this writ was in Mt, Vernon Monday. jng. J. B. Hays has resigned iu Mr. and Mrs. W. H, Kreuger were ' Corbin Sunday. Our new jail section foreman, and G. V. Doss fcasbaengivpn his place. Miss l"is lcn completed. So far we AnnaM. Walton who is attendirg lnu en 't had a prisoner. We surely " "" th ir anils and making prepara Krest has boen wis with homefolks Sunday. ,rstiei.s to begin sawing soon. Capt HvV Brown ami little making his appearance, for the Bi Dillion of London, and an L. daughter of Mt. Vernon, hive past few mornings, which speaks & .T. surveyor were here the latter lor a fruit crop.-She- rilr T.J. turned home, after a lew days pritof !nt week, surveying ihe Nicely was in our town Tuesday. vis,t with her parents Mr. and land sold by the R. R Co., to F Uucle Bill Graves of the White Mr- A- Pennington. John Pope, M. Sniitii and W. X. Owens (Dr. Bill Het) Oak section, who is suffering with w- - N- Rg". W. A. Rice and rlieumatiMu was in town Sunday Walter Gilford, citizens of this COUGHS AND CONSUMPTION K""! position and Monday. Mrs. Nora Jenkins PlaCe. each ftas Coughs and colds when negwith the Pine Hill company. mid Miss lassie Pike, were in Mt. lected, always lead to serious Vernon Sunday. Mrs. James Mrs. Bettie Pike and daughter trouble of the lungs. The wisest Taylor of Mt Vernon, visited :ire visiting relatives at Brodhead thing to do when you have a cold Well we guess the new railroad that troubles you is to get a bottle relatives here Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. James McMaguire of ere is a thing of the past, as tbe of Dr. King's New Discovery. Paris, Ky . has returned borne engineers have made a survey vou will get relief from the first after a few days visit with rela- from East Bernstadt and we are uose, aim nnauy me cougn win Alnllin .Faf--- college, at Barbourville, was with have one of the quietest little home folks Sunday. Earl Rice, towns in the state, and at one attending college at time it was dangerous to be up on T. H. Brownine who has been who is living in town lor some time, has Williamsburg, was at home Sun the streets at night. Shots could moved bade to his farm on Gau day. H. M. Mink, of Jackson be heard, drunk men swarmed the ley Branch. T. J. L,enninrtou COUnty. Was i" 0ul" town Monday. streets and fights were common Mrs Ellen Difhon. of Stanford, We are gld to see this change. will move to the house vacated has been her mother Mrs. A l.ltle child of Brant Kings has by J. H. Browning, and J . B. but is some better Jones for tin' past few I en very H ys will move to the Iiousj va. .cated by Pennington and. (1 w. d ,.-,- -- Miss Celia Mit.k, wliu h.ts at this writing- Mrs. John Mula few days visit with been with hersisler in Unoxvllle, lins after Doss wdl move into the the l ast monlti has returned relatives at Mt. Vernon, has re- m... out m.,i;..o ,..o ... e house. .iiii.jtii tii?i. twmai home. Walter Browninir, who is turned home. The Livingston .Mulhns btntion Tuesday, to at -- .1 . .... 1t f- r IT .t imiuiug tpnd the lnnc-r.i-l of Mrs Ebsha aueumng scnooi in .mi. vernon, .uu inner vo.. ure over V..i: Hit-m-- LIVINGSTON. 1t "! - ? I 1 - - - 1 re-ba- d - - - - ; - j 5 fr - ' disappear. O. H. Brown, ol Mus"My wife cadine, Ala., writes: was down in bed with an obstinate eouh and I honestly believe had it not been for Dr King's New Discovery she would not be living to-day- ! " years as the Known remedy lor coughs and colds. Price 50c and Recqmended by Chas $1 00. r' Davis, KasMBtsgassa lor bast forty-thre- e wm I' m US-- Mi iis 11 femlM The play. "Winning of Latone Cashton" will be given the last Mrs J. E. Walhn has returned niSht- - This isone of the finest OQ . to her home in Junction City Pla's of the season. It is covered SO by a copyright, and can- only be ooo after spending a few days with oag Don't oso relatives. Miss Tempest Ward played by permission. oats and brother, Frank, have re- fail to attend this grtat play. t sa &).. turned home alter spending the We are arthorized to announce 0A9i that on the 7th. of June, the past week at Frankfort and . t; Shelbvville. Miss Etta Cable Rev. Fi. M. Aru,jtage will begin in ! .., ... a series of meetings near the .69CS9ft'xg Ins returned to Richmond after o(5 eeo It will be spending a few days with home-folk- Methodist Church. s she was accompanied to what is commonly called a "Camp Meeting '. Rev. Armitage will be Richmond by her sister. Miss assisted by able ministers, and a Susie. I.. Misses Minnie Hiatt and Onia great revival is expected. The Brown spent Saturday and Sun- jacv. zi. j. trmti received a) !J!fff?ffffff?fffffiF???fffffffffffffffffffffffff,ii morning day with Mr. and Mrs. A. M. message Wednesday asking him to come to Kirksville Hiatt Miss Grace McCall was down from Maretburg first of Ky., and preach the funeral of he week. Misses Etta Sowder Mr. Nathaniel Cotton, Sr., of and Mattye Owens were the that place. Mr: Cotton was one guests of Miss Mary Owens at of the most wealthy and influen:':ii : : : i - - - :::.- ; Mt. Vernon Saturday and Sun- tial citizens of the Kirksville day. Mr. and Mrs J.T.Cherry community. :::g3na',scce,i'eseceoolcSSSo::: Mrs. Ellen Mahaffey, who is were up irom Crab Orchard dj 38 m Monday. Misses Susie Holmes in very poor health, and for that S aU a ,J ulKi Nerva Tilfry were up from reason was compelled to break -- j?r VbJ -- 9' Ly as - up house keeping has decided to Crab Orchard buying theu sumSO OS mer hats first of the week. Miss offer for sale at public out-crSr;:: :::cSl Dollie Owens and brother Robert all her house hold and kitchen 39 c spent a few daj7s in Pine Hill furniture, consisting of Bed steads 2J part of last week. and bed clothing, dressers, carthe latter o S a 5g3 m s a Wr , SW 2J Messrs T. H. Iikins, Frank Teu- pets, tables, chairs, stoves, etc. ton and H. L. Wilson attended Sale to be at 1:30 d. m. on April the Passion Play at Mt. Ve mon 19th. J. Thos. Cherry sold. to. Saturday. The commencement P. A. Shelton a hquse qn,cj Jot ' '; exercises at the Graded Sclipp on Silver S,t., th.e. first of the liney from the small step stove wil be a greit sucpes this year, Week for 010 00. The post office to the finest at this place was entered last Range. Buying in car load lots enables us to Saturday night, the safe blown and all money and stamps taken, sell you at a much less price than the small dealer amounting to probably $15o.oo. couM possibly do, and the same time you The robbers were no doubt ex perts, and left no clue. Tl have the advantage of a large and varied line to postmaster at this place hifanns select from ladies, who have seen thes us that he will appreciate) it Very btows, are lowcl m their praise and unhesitatingly pronoun- a much if the patrons will refraiu tb,c- - style, finish and quality the Lest they have seen. from inquiring about their mail Prices and terms will please you. by telephone. It is impossible - A ().. .?) i ... s, mWJT 4) lues gj MM '. We have just received a car of beautiful ::::::;::;;; y Xfvvnjfew AND ;::::!:; at A The - m to make deliveries by ,;p.bone rd many of tfig inquiries, are mainly iab.it- - & Jrt extreme oaes such wjll btJ answered cheerfully. W. H. Jones, Post Office inspector ot Middlesbo.ro., and 1 z 'J2 Hiatt and Level Green sections Mrs, Annie O. Young, Wortlvy Crand Matron of the Grand, Chapter of Kentucky. Q, ft S. ot Ashland, Ky., ad Mrs. Linda Ben-tfl- i Gvaud Warden, of Millers-burg- , visited Robins Chapter No. 100 Wednesday evening. Postmaster Robins were hi the Tuesday and Wednesday. Screen Doors and Screen Screenof Windows Wire all widths Mason Fruit Jars BUILDING PAPER c' STONEWARE J wm ill ; K ' - ?i3 FINE FURNITULE, Car Load Price:; AMERICAN FENCE, Car Load Pri HARDWARE, All kinds, Car Load Prices SALT. 5 5S ar Load sz P rices fe? The Spring Suit that will Make i our $d go r arciiesi ! . ABSOLUTELY the BIGGEST FULLEST AND STRONGEST LINES. OF MiSS CJ li l. Mi- - J H A Now Ready at this Stor Tempest Wakd. i you want to see how far you can make $15 go on your IFSpring suit, you can't make a better selection than No. 5130. By the makers it is called, "The Clothcraft Blue Serge Special. " That name describes the suit exactly, as it really is a "Special," and a great special, too! No. 5130 is a suit that will answer for almost any occasion. It's a sightly, stylish, sturdy, well-buiwoven serge, guaranteed full-weig- ht lt all-wo- ol. garment :made from fine, evenly No! 5130 is made in a num- It's also guaranteed4 to hold its shape and color, and to AsK for the The last week's issue of the Mt. Veruon Signal contained the announcement of Miss Tempest Ward as a candidate for the office of County School Superintendent of Rockcactle county. Miss Ward is a daughter of J. H. Ward, formerly of Sonora, and for the past five years has taught in the Rural schools of Hardin county. She taught the Tunnel Hill school last fall and gave entire satisfaction. Miss ward ranked as one of the very hest teachers in this county and her many friends wish her success. She holds a State certificate and is highly qualified for the position. Rockcastle county will make no, mistake in electing her- to the position. JElizabethtowa Mirror. - S3 ViiU X2CC& & rcl TellNsSS na; i 4rzTl i22S'sa fl nki Notions, Hats and Groceries to be found in Rockcastle County A Department Store You have every possible assurance of getting on ssme- qualities. - Regular ber of pleasing, tasteful styles for men and young men. You'll be surprised to see how well No. 5130 will feel, fit anct look, and what a genuinely good value it is for the price, Let us show you this Cloth-cra- ft Blue Serge Special, just to demprtstrato whgt a remarkably good suit it's possible to get here for-315-. give you satisfactory wear and service. No. 5130 is the ideal suit for Spring. It is cool, dressy and becoming, and the cloth is of ly such a fine, close weave, shrunk, that it requires little pressing to keep it looking well. thor-oiigh- CLOTIiCBAFT Blue Setke Special N0CJTA GUARANTEED ALLWOOL 1 ? AND FAST coma The Clothcraft Store SUTTON & McBEE LOOK TO YOUR PLUMBING. You know what happens in a house in which the plumbing is poor condition everyone in the house is liable to contract typhoid or some other fever, The digestive organs perform the same functions in the human body as the plumbing does for the house, and they should be kept in first class condition all the time. If you have any trouble with your digestion take Chamberlain's Tablets and, you are certain to get quick relief. For sale by C, C. Davis. any goods yon may need without delay. And you get bettet-valueWe guarantee a saving of 5 to 25 per cent s. MU Vernon is chock full of good stores and good U. G. BAKER The Man From Mt. Vernon We are not fooling around. We are busy as bees. Watch Old; Mt Vernon, She's coming to the front. merchants &"- - k ..' l'r ffwTgrmTr wr ,i.t3aaja ' wrBLjgiasgg; m -- - w- - .. ',v &wxr. i - ag&srgeigwrtirttrtaiaft . -r-r -- ,r.rr- -,- 1lT-i MT. VERN fellowtownstrifen carjj through you An incident ot State fair last Dr. King's New Life Pills. TiVy brood with G pigs $44 20 be induced to change your senti- September when the SecaetEry pnrify the blood and put new shoates $S go si head; stock hogs ments towards Louisville and arbitrarily and wrongfully and Ufe and vigor in the s stem. 9.75 a hundred; corn $2 90 at Friday, April n , 1913 unite with us in building up our without reason, deprived our Tiy them and you will b? well crib. every own Com inou wealth rather than Rockcastle corn club boy from satisfied. Everv pill heirs; box guaranteed. Price 25c. Published every Friday by lending our strength and help to attending the lair as a delegate, Recommended by C. Chas. THOROUGHBKKD SEED EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. competitive points, if we expect is another grievance of our people Davis. CORN. to make out of Keutucky one ot .that went down. The Louisville I have a few bushels of fine steed At the sale of A. T. bcott near $i.oOthe strong states of the Union Commercial Club promist us last UBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR sold from corn to spare It is white corn we need to pull together rather fall that the case would be in- Buena Vista horses old workers with small red cob, deep grain and 170 to $170; Advertising rates made known on than apart and absorb some of vestigated, yet no report or any 270; pair yearling horse mules extra good weight, bred up for a the spirit that has made for the satisfaction has been given us application mules number of years, bv ear row tes upbuilding of other states. This paper has been for past sixty $i7o; pair of 2 short yearling mule colts and especially suited to this lo-- t There is, of course some of the days shooting arrows of protest at $225; MKMBKR OF old mare jcality. Better try this. It will elements ol selhshness hut it is the Palls city aggregation iu $i85; unbroke KENTUCKY 1'UKSS ASSOCIATION Also Barred not entirely selfish because the laneuage pointed and strong mule Uo; 5 milch cows from pay. Prices right. to $65; 8 short yearling heifers Plymouth Rock eggs for sotting. $4b writer is one of many Louisville enough to arouse even Rip Call or write, $22. 5o 3 Jersey heifers at $27 5o ao cts. per 15. people who are trying to grasp in his first vears doze, a head; Jersey calf $19; 3 brood I. B. Chestnut. the new order of things and work but they are asleep "at the switch" 28 a head; Mch. 2i-4- t. sows 3 brood sows Hiatt, Ky. upbuilding of our home though epidermis N SIGNAL jyu.-S't- w mm.:, y fc. -- " r M!Wi ii EVJM ' ;iT6! i u4'' (if&vjtsm IfeAUijMiiJiA&LS 1 Stn n iItfi wm t fit w"imr i hub m BaEaai 1 lisis&l warav 1 &a& ff k. MB .BV BBr?BE 4SBw Bb t WWi' :.-- . N. VT SJ, f. Children. " Tor Infants and nmn minim T iw n ar 61: Ptyci an aw V'"E --i- n --. raKrtSFTK gr ii:raif m& S7i4-rT-araa 'jaAwrli . Tise Kind You Have B ytff g I 3 Always Bough! Bears the Signature of J IcJ, .. ALCOHOL 3 PEK CENT. AfcelaMePrcparationforAs-similatin- ar JT- -- Van-Winkl- e J3ifi3t; o?!o SRW iIxFootfandRcguia ling (lie Stomachs antlBowls cf j I the of the institutions. people around the falls is of Our travelers will visit your elefantin thickness and is arrow AXXOrM'EHEXTS. city irom time to time and we and bomb proof as only one hope that the coming ear will professional and two business men DEMOCRATIC TICKET. show a deflection of some central of the city have giver thematnr Wc Are Authorized to Announce 7. A. TODD Kentucky business to the Ken- attention in the way of letters. Jailer of Kcckcastle subject to As a candidate for Domocratlc party. August pri- of the the tucky, instead of the Ohio me- R. W. Brown, of the Times; Tobn uary. 1912. tropolis. D. Otter, of Otter & Co, and With kindest personal regards, James Clark Jr., .of the James KKPUKLICAX TICKET. Ver' truly yours, Electric Co., who Clark, Jr., Vc Are Authorized to Announce FKAt.'K BAKXIt 11. J. Mkykk. stated that they thought we bad subject to AaraTHilaU s.r Jiulerot Kixicastlo th: uuuun J u tap ltepubllcaii party. Aukum. injustica Piiraoj-y- . l l". Cause or causes? Well there do .e Louisville an We Are Authorized to Announco Refering again to the above letter Some are a number of them. 1IAHKY JONES As. a candidate for JallerorRockcastle subject to years ago rotten city politics along respecting the "stand togetherth i action ol the Kepdblican party. August Primary. 113. with a combination which con ness" of Indiana pe ople and the Wc Are Authorised to Announce JAMES "WINSTEAD trolled State conventions, offices city of Indianapolis. It is simple to A a candidate tor Jailer of Hockcastle subjectJan they simply stand by tueaetion ot the Hepubhcan party, Autnut and patronage held lull sway m enough, uary. 1BI3each other for the reason neithei We Arr Authorized to Announce the city by the falls. That clique J C. MI2E Economizes Butter, Flour, "hogged" everything side expects it "all for one and As a candidate for Juiler or Rockcastle subiect to simply the action of the Republican party, August Prinothing for the other". They mary. 1813. Eggs ; makes the food more "light or wrong". Other portions We Arc Authorized to Announce are acquaiuted with the word of our great commonwealth had M. C. SOWDER appetizing and wholesome to Asacandidato'JorJalar oi Sockcastle subjectPn- - to beg of them if they got any reciprocity and practice it and aoilou oi tne Republican party. August the rnary. 1913. of the crums in way of offices c r are "back scratchers" Irom buckSHERIFF. The only Baking Powder made assignments Soreness and disap wheat land. There's your ex Wc Are Authorized to Announce from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar MDLLIKS CAM Louisville could have pointment over tbis and other un- planation. As a candidate for Sheriff of Rockcastle subject to tne action of the ;Republican party, August Pri- fair treatment estranged many and could yet accomplish the mary. 1913. good business men who transfered same desired end as Indianapolis COUNTY COURT CLERK We are authorized to announce tbe.r patronage to other citie , has by working along the lines. S. F. BOWMAN Court as whom have remained As to our people patronizing Cin As a candidate for county, subject County action some ot to the Clerk ot Rockcastle of the Republican parti'. August primary luia away from their state metropolis cinnati in preference to Louisville SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS. to this day. While no one should we wish to say that considerable HE KIND We Are Authorized to Announce blame that city for wanting the trade from this portion of the State MISS TEMPEST WARD ocnoois oi As a canaidate lor supenmenueni oi Republican State YOU HAD IN MIND Hockcastle bubject to the action ol the rail' lOCated there, It W3S has within the last two months party, August Primary, 1913. claimed that unfair means were turned to Cincinnati. Lexington MAGISTRATE. used in the legislature as against and Knoxville owing to Louisville's We Are Authorized to Announce We needn't talk of quality ; you cold deal on our cherished Boone W. M. SOWDER Magisterial Lexington a more central and the As n candidate lor Magistrate First know it. Norsay ourclotlu's are :i Pile composed ot K. Mt Veinonand Walnut Dmtri-We have always Way proposition. We agree with Orove voting precincts, subject to the action of the proper location. Republican puity general piimary election, Augof Style they show it. welcomed Louisville traveling Mr. Meyer that our preference usta. 1913. over The new Spring things are fresh unit men down this wav and give them should be for Louisville of other states, aud things bright, the way they're made, a pure The following letter addressed the biggest portion of our trade cities being equal should and would be to the Signal was received a few but "things have changed since To blow our own horn isn't clelioht We have been with our state metropolis. Our days since from Mr. H. J. Meyer, Betsy died". right we let you blow it. Company sciatching Louisville's back, lo people have made every effort to of the firm of Bush-KrebIt: vou intend lo get new Clothe, we of Louisville dealers iu printing these many years but were com- point out to Louisville the futility show 'em. We're talking facts. This-isn'- t Read it and pelled in the meantime to scratch of her misguided course in her material and tvne. in a Spring poem. There is but one we make our own on scaly bark hickory late action or rather the "few remarks" trees, sand rocks or scratching reference to this part of the moral place you should go where Suits are thereon: vineyard. It behooves that city buck-whecake "Several years ago we looked posts erected for right, where price is low. If you want on Indianapolis as a small but eaters. This becoming somewhat to discontinue glittering genclothes, of course you know we grow growing town. Indianapolis is monotonous our Commercial Club eralities, with us, and get into 'em! along last action if it expects to regain a now larger than Louisville and conceived the idea Some suits are gay and some are going so fast that it looks like a January, of asking Louisville and portion ot its lost trade or retain the remnant now fast slipping hoof less job for us to try to ever its newspapers to do a little quite retired . Our Blues and Tans are from its grasp. Cincinnati scratching for us by joining in take her. very much admired. Indianapolis is so progressive with us in a little request to the chamber of Commerce didn't All say, "how niceley made" date that they won't National Government for an ap- hesitate an instant when appealed and up-tfast colors ; they which will not fade. even allow a man 'to cross the propriation to build a highway to for assistance in the campaign. To wear them, one is well arrayed .street diagonally. from Cumberland Gap to Crab It immediately got in communicathere's what's desired . I have found out why we have Orchard over Boone's Trail and tion with her Congressman and been left behind. For two years the old Wilderness Road. We advised him that a bill would we have had a man traveling askt for bread and gave us a later be introduced for the conTHE KIND YCU SHOULD Indiana in an eiToit to get busi-nes- stone' '. In substance their re struction of ''Boone Way" and HAVE IN MIND Te can produce the goods, ply, through the city papers t askt his.endorsemeut and also his influence with Ohio delegation to give the service and the prices, Herald) was to this effect: Shirts and Collars and Hats and is no slouch; We are not in the back scratching work for the success of said bill and the salesman Ties that will suit your purse and open but we have made about as much business, discarded that old style They do things in the Queen City your eyes to the handsome styles we before we secured That counts for her increasing impression on the Hoosiers as proceeds daily bring in Over and Under Wear a boy's popgun would on the State fair location. If you want trade relations. It is yet possible for Spring. Drop in and ' 'look. "We your back scratched and have run for Louisville to throw off that side of a battleship. The reason? Indianaians from out of scaly bark hickory dig and lethargy, disavow a lot of the never try to urge a sale or make you the north bank ot the Ohio to the mine some of your inexhaustable stuff sent out by its "one man" buy. We welcome visitors every day. northern penitentiary stick by hailgrit and sandstone. It you policy aud opined newspapers, We keep store the "modern'' way. boost Indianapolis, her and want roads dig em, make good remembering its past handicaps, patronize her in every way one; make more money thereby overcome business difficulties now possible. They hang together so and come to Louisville and spend facing it on account of past closely that we have almost be- it". This kind of answer with mistakes. We are hearty, well come discouraged and concluded the unasked for advice kinder wishes for Louisville's success Livingston, to give up any fuither attempts stun'd our Club and people who and no locality in the commonwealth will welcome it more on regaiuing sufficient breath at to invade that terr.tory. We lecently had in your city once addrest 25o circular letters heartily than this, tho she will our Kentucky and Tennessee to the business and professional have to repent in sackcloth and supply man. He came into Louis men of Louisville and its Com- ashes and change her course of ville singing the praises of central mercial Club asking if they en- procedure diametrically opposite 9 Kentucky, telling what a fine dorsed the said editorials and to that now pursued as regarding AO0 We country it was, how courteous requesting their aid, influence South Eastern Kentucky. 00s it, this part of the State the people were and what good and small contributions toward a repeat business prospects there were in postage fund to be used in the demands fair treatment at the that section; but supplemented this cempaign iu pushing the move hands of Louisville otherwise she by the statement that he had ment for the proposed road. To need not expect our friendship gained the impression that central this appeal not a business man or trade. replied. Kentuckians rather preferred to or Booster Three Henry Watterson could com09 as patronize Cincinnati. professional men did us the mand more attention and acthat this spirit did per-- , curtesy in writing and expressing complish something for his state I know in our store invite you to vade your good town and neigh- approval of our efforts to secure by using his efforts toward getting borhood some, years since but better means of ingress and egress a highway constructed thru In hills but South Eastern Kentucky instead 5::::: while the mail is being opened hope that it had been entirely J from these everlasting 9 Ofl eradicated and hope that Mr. requires better roads before proper of constantly hot airing the you to come in and see fact we Davis's impressions were false. development can go forward. president with daily advice as to Don't you think that the same These three men were Dr. Harry how the Nation should be run . in our new place anyway Come ;:: spirit that has built up Indian- Weber, formerly a resident of Mt and watching every move of that apolis and Indiana might prove a Vernon, Capt. John H. Leathers functionary as a cat watching a very good thing for Louisville and Col. Bennett H. Young: the rathole, to discover some flow in very truly and reflectively for the other latter enclosing Si to show good his ethics and behavior so as to be towns in this state? What your faith. After two or more re- the first on deck with "I told C. own sentiments are I have no way quests the Louisville ConimeicUT you". -' a of judging except by the fact that Club later came "limping in the in rear" with the information that DRIVE SICK HEADACHES we have' never succeeded n::s: Leading ::;; Phone AWAY securing any of your business and tho club had endorsed our movesour gassv Umi Sick headaches, this letter is sent vou in a spirit ment, and that was about all it : ::: friendly greetings with the had to say. No coppers were en- stomach, indigestion, biliousness s:::::::::;. of hope that not only you but your closed with their commutiic. tio i. disappear quickly after you take lor the 07. ProiriCtesBfeestionJCtefd- ncssaiuiPst.ContaLnsrx'iiScr Opitnn.MorpMn2 norJIiasraL Zr C$w aof'.r 1OTJiARC0TIC EecvecroUScSlTEinrCEm jCzSeasa-U'ut- AW ffV In i fT- -H 'I rVL .Utti ROYAL BAH! ilraO ifr'Jfl tcR-C-1- 1 trJ- Apcrfect Remedy forConsHpa-tioii A . Sour Stomch.Dfontca Use For Over ErcHK H: of Sleep. racSk-J- s Sitoanre of POWDEi? ;,rc Mi 6iu.e lT'H. c5c 9,s.l V The Centaur CompasT. NEW YOKR. Thirty Years Absolutely kkCSm Guaranteed under the TMC !' - Exact Copy of Wrapper. CCNTU 1 COMMNY. NCW TO CITY. KtttasattiBai ini wm u i Walk ! . T "I used to be troubled with a weakness peculiar to women,7 writes- - Mrs. Anna Jones, of Kenny, 111. "For nearly a year, I could not walk, without holding my sides. I tried several different doctors, but I grew worse. Finally, our druggist advised Cardui for my complaint I was so thin, my weight was 115. Now, I weigh 163, and I am never sick. I ride horseback as good as ever. I am in iine health at 52 years." KM t. The a larfsTomc s ! non-actio- n at We have thousands of such letters, and more are arriving daily. Such earnest testimony from those who have tried it, surely proves the great value of this vegetable, tonic medicine, for women. Cardui relieves women's sufferings, and builds weak women up to health and strength. If you are a woman, give it a trial. It should help you, for it has helped a million others. It is made from pure, harmless, herb ingredients, which act promptly and surely on the womanly organs. It is a good tonic. Try itl Your druggist sells it Writs to: Ladies' Advisory Dept. Cljattanooca Medicine Co. Chattxnooea. Tena.. boolc. "Home Treatment for Women." sent Iree. J 53 for Special Instructions, and o THE PEOPLES BANK stands for methods which nuike financial iustitntiond of positive value. The management of this institution recognizes that strength, above all ele, 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 Ixj. Consistently and steadfastly adhering to this theory, The Peoples Bank has enjoyed a substantial growth, lioth in number of depositors and in the volume deposits. Dank with us. e. (ex-rep- E. L. Cockrell Ky. THE PEOPLES BANK MT. VERNON, KY. U. G. BAKER, President. Viee.-Pres. J,1E. DRUMMOXD, F.L.THOMPSONJr., Cashier. CLAUDE C COX, Ass't. Cash aiififffffftiffffffiffffmfffllfffmfffnf CHINK'S PLACE Opposite Post Office wait Jonas Mckenzie SELZ SHOES THE We want "ROYAL BLUE" I us F you need a good pair of shoes it Yours is to your interest to examine CHAS DAVIS the Selz line before you buy 29, Druggkt JONAS McKENZfE MT. VERNON, KY. ;::::::u::M;w:uui555i555i5iiiiiiii ...'!::::::::::i2i::::SiS"-:::::::;: 2ss2s:::s:::: v liWntf;sr-aiMMyjfliTii'iiwaaa;'S- r jii)Aiu'mciiiium jmimi iiiT'ffiSi w vai M&im&iia&aiaMia&&tommm,v MT. VERNN SIGNAL Mt. Vernon, Ky., Apr. u, -- Two weeks from Monday is 1913 court For the lands sake use GLOBE Write, telephone or Fertilizers. cali on J Fish & Son. It isn't what you pay for a suit its what you get that counts. You get your mo.eys worth in Fish'.; Guaranteed Serges at $15. ip 7ryCti wan ruo. 70 ww en omrviuii b'' cati- - to SldNA.I with ry rjk , j Louisv'LLci Nashville i Remember the plav at Graded School building evening. Don,t buy your Spring u sce p lmlil famous 4 Special Blue Serge. Runner For SAi.E:-Indi- an eggs. One dollar for fifteen the this WITHERS. The recent tide has done lots Those who lived on 1 of damage Rockcastle River had to leave their 1 homes. Green Gabbard and one of nis children are very sick. Mrs. E. Mullins who has been with her daughter, Mrs. Tom !.: Anderson, for the past month has Iv returned home. There was a fifth Sunday meeting at Cove Ridge last Suuciay Friday the meeting begun on evening. There was dinner on the gronnd Saturday and a very enjoyable time was had. Mr. pud Mrs. Ben Mullins- visited relatives at Livingston from Satur day until Tuesday. Thos. How-ar- e who has been very sick is improving slowly. Indians hace b been passing through here of a late in large crowds, and are telling all the peoples fortunes I that will let them. Gardening seems to be the order I of the day. Calhe Baker remains very low Fred Evans the Mur- rayDibrell shoe m m was with g the merchants of this place la-week. J. H. and F. E. Mullins 1 are repairing the roof to their storehouse. The store of Albert I Powel sold to a Mt. sterling man I at $6jo. -- Mrs, George Allen has been very sick for a few days t aarAgflESii&feaasgiBggasgss .. . , .MJJ,.a, , , m ,, mrimmr,mmjiwtr . i suit $i5 duck eggf.-Addres- Mrs. J. F. Carter, k B sO - Mm The New Idea in Comfort A union suit with closed croich. Think of it. No more discomfort; no seam or opening througn the crotch, but knitted, closed like A itninn ctiir hnf ftc? nf Hrownri; - ...w.f. i. mwiv.1. wu.t. uiiu 1110 smoothly all over and is entirely comfortable j v if wr.u 1 R B.co. TIME TABLE. 2i' 24 J3 ncitn nortn south Phone No. 8. 4.59 p ni 3:53 a m 11:3s 12:19 21 South am am Jas. Landrum, Agent. Kntertd at the as Alt Vernon, second-clas- s Ky. Postoffice mail matter. PERSONAL Chas. Adams was over from Berea Sunday. Mrs. T. C. O'Mara left Tuesday nif,'ht for her homa in Nashville Tonn. JDr. V. T. Frances is here from Sle Kinney this week with his ifamitv. Rose McFerron oi 'Breezy HiH" speut Sunday with friends in town. Mrs. J. C. West is with her mother Mrs. C. C. Williams lor a lew weeks visit. Robert Cox and family, returned from Jamestown. Ind., Mit,s Brod'uead, Ky. The man wno will staad on the street corner, argue polit cs or In a game of basket ball played something else equally as worthless on the grounds oi Graded School may expsct to be a failure in last Friday between the Welch every undertaking. Morrow school and the Graded II. H. Coleman, who will put in Schcol teams the former won by electric liht plant, at this place a score of 6 to 4. has been delayed in coinuig to close of high Fish's Clothes are right on account contract, Both day and night! waters in the Ohio Valley. Mr. James Baker an aged citi- They're also guaranteed, You'll fiud them best zen of the Pine Hill section tlie-.- l Tuesday of the infirmities of old In every test, They're iust the clothes you The deceased " was the age. nid. father of John and William Baker of our town. Mrs. Eliza Mullins. widow of the Boone Way Booster Band No. 1 late Elishua Mullins and the is having a big lot mother ot C. E ; F. E. and J. E. of this place of Stationary printed with the map Mullins. died Tuesday at her of Boone Way shown thereon in home near Withers, of paralysis. addition to matter advertising Mt. Mrs Mullins sufkred a partial Vernod .'bowing that there is stroke many months ago and on something doing here all the time last Sunday suffered a second Plentj of work for all. attack, resulting in her death on Tuesday. On account of -- vn J m L -- I ' 1 !i DPJr - V E ' si v I I r T 1 ' at every point This is the new patented ; I White Cat Union Suit wiffe fflosed Krotcii Wc shall be very glad io show it to you because we know it is the most satisfactory undergarment you can buy. fill 1 WT Tf s 7 1 II 1 uy Ml I I 1 oe the White Cat kbrand KI.OSl-Jurisfixial I 23 M a m tent. '" Union Suits SI and up Club Notice: Saturday niht. Mr. Joe Sallee. of Harrcdburg wts. with his sister, Mrs. W. T. Fiajieii, over Sund .y. Dave Jackson, secretary of ihe Grand Lobgeof Kentucky F. &A. the play at the Graded Sihool tonight the Woman's Club will meet this afternoon with Miss The Matt Williams at 4 o'clock. business is election of officers for next year and it is Loped all members will be present. W, R. MpClure :lje hpxler js so mewl at improved. man. giver us theso tjgmes show- but ing the amount of eggs, hens, etc,, Mr, O. J, Towerv, aged abou Wednesday nigh after an illness of three weg s of pneumonh. The deceased was one of the county's most honorable M. was with us Friday hst. citizens and we deeply deplore his Miss Virginia E. Davis was death. He leaves a wife to mourn wllU Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Lasjyell, the loss of a kind and devoted at OzUndo, Saturday and Sunday.. Air. C. A- - Rtdd, who is always Egfce sfteips to be bringing very in Mt. Vernon, .a welcome fair prices here, Hugh Miller was a visitor to our town Monday. paid lortio lien epgs pr$30.00 Plot's. T H. Likias, Frank ior G settings of Barred Plymoth Teuios and H. L. Wilson, ?f JJ.ock Eggs. Hugh is a believer Jirodhead, were in town Satur- in grand old Plymouth Rock 60 years, died it g-ie.- tfie breed a ahnrt, jtjme ago he paid Slices Mattje Owe tfud Etta $15.00 lor a Rooster anil o.oq for r.sts o Pu'lets trom a New York Soli-tieof Biodhead, were Saturday .bjtreedpr. Hugh says he is going of Miss Mary Owens and Sunday. to .Stock hl Hjljsdale Place with Misseb Julia and Daisy Fwhwere registered and pedigreed puroc Mrs. Jersey Hogs, and Barred Plymoth with their grandmother Well we see Sarah Maret, near Wildie, Mon- Rock chicUenjJ. Tuesday. day and where Hugh is rig?t he s malting in the right Mizs Louana Whitehead came the right move fait in jine boys, yes in froex "Whitehaven" to spend direction, part of Ute week with Miss have better stock of eycry kjnd day. r, shipped during the month of PAISS IN THE STOMACH. March. Eggs 152 cases, 4550 If you constantly complain of pains in the stomach, votir liver doz n; 33 hen. 71 roosters, 15 1. ... "-gee e and 7 ducks. For an tms or imnv lrirltio.c qvo rtif.. nf rrAa r;7;" -.- may lead to dropsy, iegiect he paid $812.15. A nice little kiduey trouble, dirbetes or Bright's busint s for ens man, and this disease. Thousands recommend does not figure by one half the Electric Bitters as the very best and kidney niedipine shij jnents. With tle stomachy entire H. T. Alston, of Ralejgh madp sing'e exception of one case qf N. (J., who. cufieruil with pain ij eggs which strayed into Louisville the stomach and bjck, writes; every dollar's worth has been sold "My kidneys were deranged and in Cincinnati. uiv liver did not work right. 1 tmffsred much, but Electric Bitters The Rockcastle Railroad Co., was recommended and I improve from I his changed the name to that of like a the first dose. willnow teel new man". It improve the Rockcastle River Railway Co., you toe. Only 50c and $l.oo because of the fact there is already Recommended by Chas. O. pyis. another cufporaUo. known a.; hp Rockcastle Railroad Co. So for Welding two pieces of metal as the change of tllQ nqnie is 1 )gether by the old processes was "-- Just looking may not interest you and you may think it doesn't interest us; but we'll be glad to see you even tf you just come to look. We are so proud of our Spring display of Ct H 1 H 1 A. V J jLa J Value, Q uaiity an d St vie sticking- out all ove this store. u T Jl-H IAIPT - S v. . rJ tp n v SI GUARANTEED CLOTHES $15 WE WANT EVERYBODY TO SEE THEM WE ARE WAITING For you to come in and look us over. yourself at home here. You can make at best unreliable. When the about it. but the fact that the j strain on the welded joint was Itoelccsctlg River Railway Co., ' heavy, you never lenow whether in the amended articles of t wh's gofng to holdj or np,t. But of the. incorporation, has named East jsdih the pse of electricity in Corner Fish Bemstadt as the' starting miking the weld, the fiber nf the point Instead of Livingston is two pieces of metal are made to a matter of much concern p flo,w in tq each Qthprarjd THE HOME Of GOOD CLOTHES. so become : Rqckcastle and especially thet iwn practically one piece, The sucOt Livingston. Of course the cess of this new method was S1C0 REWARD S1QU. promoters ape looking out the recognizee at For Sale: Three shares of For Sale: Some double iron onco, qud now ou The readers of this paper w'U cheapest and best way for "the have hardly a tool or piece of stock in the Bank of Mt Vernon. beds. Apply at Langdon be pleased to learn that there s Bernice Landrum. Address, The Livingston Commercial construction of the road and we machinery on your farm but at least one dreadful disease Misses Essie Pike and Fthel Club and its Boone Way Booster it from a rqljable source that whtMsi electrically Jacob Sambrook, mat science nas been able to cure welded where E.'ery mau is the architect of in all its stages, and that is Hayfis, of Livingston, were with Band No. 2 has just bad printed the road can be built cheaper from i 433, S. 20th. St. there is a juncture of metals. The Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Audurson, Louisville, Ky. hib own fortune. advertising envelopes on Kast Burnstadt than from Living- present state of perfection of garden April, 1 1 t. io.ooo tbe only positive cure now known Sunday and Monday. which appears a map. in two ston but on the other bund there and batnyard tools, mowers, reapReserved seats tickets for "Out For Sale: Remington ty pe- - to the medical fraternity. Catarrh Bernice Landrum was colors, of the proposed highway are numerous points iu favor of ers, binders, threshers, Miss cultivators in the Streets" at Graded School writer, good as new. Will sell at De,"g a coiisuiuuonai disease, te- trrmy lAHrftflltannnl HCUIIUCU faonwi Jroni The NormaJ Collegiate through South Eastern Kentucky the Livingston route, and before u LUUSlluuliUllill 4 kitchen utensils, dairy machinery building this evening, are on sale a big bargain Apply at thl nan 5 umarru Institute, Ashville N. C from The place is marked on the map it is everlastingly too late, we edge tools, chains, automobile at Chas C. Davis is in ore. , iL ternally, acting directly xasen tte drue te' upon Tuesday. Friday until bog car letters and here is what waut to sfie tj)e facts brought to engines and steering gears, hot- in oiood aud mucous surfaces of tl e Mrs. C, H. While, was taken the printing gays: Romeo aud J; liet, a two-re"Livingston the attention ot the Bond brothers tom af oil cans,, frames, of bicycles system, thereby destroying the very sick Tuesday, and for a Ky., where the proposed Boone who are the promoters of the road etc., is made possible throug'i play, uill be a special feature at foundation of the disease, an I time was thought to have pneu Way crosse? the beautiful J.toeii-- 1 in order to open up 30000 acres electric welding. The same pro the Mutt and Jeff Opera House giving tbe patient strength b r is better at this 1 csstje gLivpr: has the finest un- of the linefjt tjuiber and coal lauds cess building up the constitution antt She mouia. and Thursday produces "Pittsburg Perfect" next Tuesday assisting nature in doing in in Easjtern Kentucky,. .time. nights, April loth and 17th. Addeveloped water p,?yer sites lor electrically welding wire fencing, work. The proprietors have s A few reasqns why the road made by from Jackfton factories and power plant" of gny iSkid Bowman, ZEE the Pittsburg Steel mission 5 and 10 cents. much faith in its curative power ; CLOTHCRArT county, was in to see his brother town iu the State. No taxes for eshoud be built from Livingston Company, whose advertisements that they offer One Hundred Beginning Monday, April 14th, jn preference to East Bemstadt, ?pp- - STORE Dollars for any case that it fail ; Good labor. Equal Felix, Tuesday and reports his ten years. are iippeanjig regularly in this I will give a three-rea- l i ny eacb 7 Send for list of test -to cure. "Daniel Boone" enjoying distance from Louisville, i no jfirille, The route is .5 miles shorter, the paper. "Pittisburg Perfect' Fenc father night. Admission, 5 and 10 cents. monials. On ty'o lints road yill be down grade to Liv- ing is a solid, one piece fabric good health. and Cincinnati, . . Address F. J. Chexev & Co., Mrs. Annie O. Young, worthy J. Fish was in Cincinnati Mon of Railroad. New railroad being ingston and up gradp to East with many distinctive advantages Toledo, Ohio. day and Tuesday acd was a built from Livingston to McKee Bernstadtj The freight rate among them being the ease with grand matron, and Mrs. Linda Sold bv all Druggists, 75c. yc&w wore Take Hall's Family Pills for passanger on the first trace to Jackson county, which will touch from Eegt Bernstndt to the which it is Strang, tho great ten- Benton grand warden, J&7VP rjr a,, t J ra A northern markets Is one cent sion to which it can be stretched guests of the Eastern Star lodge constipation. o r ira-enter the Grand Central Statiou 55.000 act es of virgin forest and coal l.nds. Industries looking higher than from Livingston, and because of the absolute elimination last evening since the recent floods. Will buy an All-WoSuit for desirable locations; write this one item alone, on the ten or "long" and "short-linwires, M. A. Steckel the efficient SuperJust the kind you want thousand car loads of lumber the smooth surface making wire-cut- s intendent of the Kentucky Port- Secretary Livingston Co niniercial vyhicb Conover fhe Bonds, it is estimated impossible, and the neat apSutton McBec 5t& land Cement and Coal Company., Club, Livingston. Kv. For Infants and Children. will have to ship out over this pearance of the fence. The weld? works at Pine Hill, was made a Ed Prjcewas iuod Sioo, in Po- road, will more than pay for the Tlis Kind You Have Always Bough! ing joints in, ''PjUshqrg Perfect' 51T. VERNON, KV, $ Royal Arch Mason Mocday night lice court Monday for bringing construction of f,he ron,d, if bqilt as strong as me wire Bears the by the Mt. Vernon Chapter. Fron tRooms over Baker's Store T i more than one gallon of whisky from Livingston. The road will aie iwiee FOR FLETCHER'S Phone 49-C itself because two wires are made Signature of Judge J. W. Brown, since mov- into town presumably for the pur- be worth more to the people If 1 eca3c3flg3flc8g3oc iuto one by electricity, which also ing his office to No. 7 Miller build- pose of sale. It is seldom that a built np Rockcastle river, than if piles the galvenizing around the ing "Is as young as he used to be' ' jury goes the limit in the trial ot built from the other point. It is joints, adding greatly to tho life whether the removal or an encour such cases, but in this particular reasonable to suppose that in of the fence. Modern methods aging letter ixom his old family instance they gave Price the limit time, when the Bonds have word of manufacture in many lines have physictan was the cause of the im- of the line, and the gentlemen who ed up their timber, that the road been greatly benefited by the provements and change, he fails composed that jury are to be will pass to the L. & N., which discovery and practice of welding to divulge to his many friends. commended for their action. If corporation will be looking for an electricity Prof. Hendricks, of the Ex- we had more such juries, there outlet into jacicson county oy mat Save Money on your Fencing by Putting up Lexington, would not be so much boot-legg- perimental station, time ana Lavinsrston most cer M. Penniugton, of Bertha, Dr. the Style Made io Meet your Requirements ;pent a short time 'with Mr. P. ing going on. Price got exactly tainly has many advantages over Ky.. savs:,"it is a mistake about It's downright foolishness to buy light Then they put up a. brand new stock H. Shufcts last week studying soil what was due him, and if some East Bemstadt as the terminal of chicken wire to put around your bull fence. bis making any discoveries re Prof. others who are just as guilty as such a road There a e numerconditions in Rockcastle. pasture and you know it. There's no economy in that kind of was frank to say that Price gets the ame kind of a deal ous roayons to offer why Ljyipg-sto- n gardjng tbe ouring of Pellegra Hendricks But some people do it because they The right fence in the and the cases he has attended one o( the greatest needs in Rock- the wbjsky traffic will not be so should be the starting point .have been treated along don't think beyond the price-tickon the first place costs less, lines sug castle' was just a little more elbow flourishing Jn and around Mt. for ihis road and it is up to the roll of fence at least not until they've had Our free catalogue tells how to buy gested by physicians with ex to patch the chicken wire a dozen times fencing economically, effectively, wisely, grease combined with more sys- Vernon. Lebanon is the center people of Livingston to take the penence in the Southern States. or so where that bull went through. Get it today and save money. He was very of attaction for a good many since lead in presenting these facts to tematic work. And on account of intermissions Styles for HELD. FARM. RANCH, LAWN. ST,.,;. Made in Different complimentary iv his remarks the Webb law bepame effective the proper authorities. LivingVJUcirclIllCCU and reoccuiences of the disease, Vgy SXOU. nai'anSwarl CHICKEN. POULTRY and RABBIT YARD and GARDEN about Mr. Shutts, who uuquestion-abl- y and for weeks, not quite so bad ston Commercial Club and citidoes not know whether his Ask your dealer for "Pittsburgh Perfect" andnsist on his furnishing it. Do not allow him to persuade stands as one of the very just now, it was hardly safe for zens individually and 'collectively be you. that some other fence is just as good. If he doesn't sell it, write us direct. treatment has bpen of any material women and children to be on the go after this road, fipd Qjt what best farmers in the county. "Pltbbureh Perfect" Brand of Barbed Wire; any physicians who If you ere interested in Wire Fencing, write Bright. Annealed & Galvanized Wire; Twitted streets, oecause or drunk men the trouble is and then call upon value and for FREE copy of our ALMANAC 1913 Cable Wire: Hard Spring Coil Wire; Fence LOCAL studies the literature on the subStaples; Poultry Nettinsr Staples ; Rstular Wire stumbling and staggering here your friends throughout the counNail; Galvanized Wire Nails; Larso Head Pittsburgh Steel Co. great masses of the people and there. Such conditions are a try, who will gladly respond to ject can treat Pellagra as well as Roofinsr Naila; Sincle Loop Bale Tie ; 'PittsThe burgh Perfect" Fencing. Ail made of Opea he. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Hearth material. prefer . to do business, with. the disgrace to civilization and we re- - your call We do not believe in W&WMMZ . ... man who does business in a dusij gret to say that 1 j is a new state so good a proposition slip so FOR FLETCHER'S of affairs for Mt. Vernon. cess manner. easily. .f mnoPrllPfl Wfi MtO nrtftiincr Look for the , I All Around the Busy 1 3s-irry.yya:g- gt -- , .. - J- re el Woo! Wanted ? 810 to $15 at ?- rm8my ol 1 a e CASTO & XXyX2 PH Dentist S. &S c&y. Cliilclreii Cry OA3TO R A "Pltteburdh Perfect" Fence fence-buying. et -- let-tli- ug . Childr.en Cry CASXORIA SK& snAwxasi: iM3l!ni Depend on her gcr.crat health jnd freedom frcra paiu. Many a woman looks old before her time because ot I... i.e irreuiarcwes nmi-- u.c ncmmny icbiihiui;. eu2s. from frequently recurring derangements Starting from early that upset her wcmanly be lib. K she be beautiful she grows into that mellow cge without wriulJcs and crovrfcet abou: the cyoa or the blue circles underneath. It is invariably the rule that such women suffer little, or not at nil, from womanly e story of pain derangements which sip the health and leave in thct'ace the Dr.R.V. Picrcc.lha famous specialist in the diseases of women, found .,! n prescription in his car:,' practice that soothed the organism peculiar to woman- hood oiled the macl iniry.as, it were, of the human system and helped the woman d and aged her face. This remedy became t pawi these painful periods Ihtt tli- Dr. Horce's Favorite Prescription, that has bcreStcJ thousands of women and saved them from misery anu su&crini; at di&ictti periods in life. Ont. writes "zz. IlASrtY E. riexe?. of 2M Bright Street, Samia.and doctoriivr: nowav.cl! "woman after euti'erins for tbtco years V7".J: rcvc-T- l i..f jrcr.t Cuctors, each one sayiosr it was something - t sne rtcr iiattins ire throujih a thorough examination. rr d it result in from a. i n ' irV.c.M net trrowth. vhich. in time, would rot opcr- liw more then two years if cnnccr.tjd I i Lccasce hopeless! discouraged but would not conic, i t J lijl c:cra :on a. 1 v.t.3 voo weaie anu too mucn ;uniiu, out at Jasr. th 'yh iNs rd .co of a friend, I tried Dr. Pierce's medicines, and Prescription' I immediately after usnff two bcti - ca cf tho Tavorlt. 'Ilealintr Suppositories' and or felt a. ebnr". I r' j isM two safely praise the name of Dr. cisbt 1kx. a t 'Loti lla.'ictE,' crd can Pierre's i"ed cim s . all v 'io rctlcr from any female disease, for these t"xJiH irs nv r i ll- 7 ro c' . me4 to bo, end I hopu will help others aa 11 cy I"o h.' l re ." Hs3.ruzxn. tell-tal- A WOMB'S Owii L05S faa""stBBaiaiaMW!gicaiBaai II HffiiWirniiii n ,a- - NOTED SPEAKERS HOPEWELL Mrs. Mary Arnold is sick at the . . rr:, 1 -. i uuuit; oir ner urotuer, .jooii tii uy. v Born to the wife of Tipp Hurd March 2gth., a girl. Clara of this place, was the guest of her mother, Mrs. A. Cummins, at Mt. Vernon Friday and Saturday. Master Toe Fletcher and also the small son of Pete Cummins is dangerously ill with fever. borne ol the fanners of this l 1 Car-mical. PANAMA-PACIFI- C INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION, SAN FRANCISCO, 1915 '.-i WILL 8E HEARD I ''ivrrf i.i 7 iOy yv J& ?te3-.i.Vs:A- s. "." ' j sear-line- When Kentucky Educational Meets. wcll-kr.ov- m i Association GATHERING ! v & "T-.- ni ft if ff difiTcr-c- -" u lf P .( S f ( ftjgv.t.Jfeffltya' . 3 V ' X v v V A ' Hi. mi. ! fl--t n .. - t ! - AT LOUISVILLE. t t at' r-i.1 j - -- ' X S3r$ t 25 S3 Lrf" TA&EB Our line of Couch Caskets is unexcelled Hand-mad- e ? neighborhood have planted corn, Program Committee of K. E. A. Ex- but it seems that they are in a tremely Fortunate In Securing Serv- hurry. ices of Many Distinguished Educators Claude Stokes who was thought and Speakers of National Reputation. to be dieing with fever and Partial List Given Here. mumps some lew days ago is reIf never there, you ought to go. ported better at this vr tin. If ever there, you'll want to go. Carmical, of this place tilled The program committee of the Ken Rev. tucky Educational association has been extremely fortunate in securing the services of practically all the prominent speakers that were originally selected for the gathering in Louisville on April 30 and May 1. 2 and 3. The music will be quite varied, as it is planned to have high school glee clubs, class choruses and organ recitals. Before becoming president of the Armour Institute of Technology of Chicago Dr. Gunsaulus occupletUsoine of the largest pulpits in tlftt city. Whether Dr. Gunsaulus talked in his church or In one of Chicago's great theaters, he always had a large audience to listen to him say big things In a splendid, big way. Dr. Gunsaulus' lecture dates have carried him all over the couury in the winter, and during the summer he Is always in demand as a popular Chautauqua talker. One of the finest things about Dr. Gunsaulus is that, although he is popular, he has never failed to say strong, vigorous things. Colonel Henry Exall. It will be an Inspiration to the trustees who attend the Kentucky Educational association to listen to Colonel Exall of Texas. Last January the Commercial club of Louisville had Colo-ae- l Exall as the speaker at the annual New Year gathering and he simply electrified the men present. Something over two years ago Colonel Exall decided that It was time for Texas to take care of her soil. Now, f H i Wo-;?"- ' It V4 I-L t f . ?W B m ' lii.,,,' fc "ii.i'i, ""c C r ! - It"- -. ii. "XNi "t, fc - i " i ' li .; urn '$ fi i5 a X'VfSe.rtfewiT-'v?1- - an 'yr-v--'"f- c' his regular appointment at i 3yj683 fC JS LtJi.,J i?T j. yiV J -- Coffinsfurnished Hearse seul to all parts of 'nI the County All orders by Wire Promptly Filled tf : ifi W. A. Phone 9 J S -- X,i MT. VERNON, KY yjCJgygg??7! !Tg?gES5gg3;2ggE2E2r Sinking Valley Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. William Bloomer ot near this place has fever. There was a Sunday school organized at Mt. Pisgah last Sunday. International Exposition Mrs. Milt Sowder, ot the Wabd Coprltil 1312. bv Pjnani.a-Patin- c Panama-PacifiThe bUing will be C30x29.t is confined to her room section, IIITILDIXG at Intematibn.il Exposition HOR'lICl LTUriAL one of uie mostthe v.ill be notable atruct'iros of the kind ever built, being como3ed almost entirely of with pneumonia. A. C. Sowder, sot in the wett end of the south sarccn. opr.obite th Palr.ce of Education, its ulitterin?; dome. 1I5 feet hit;h. of Wabd, was the guests of hi .ill be ec": as one of th "trik'nq fcituro bv those who enter the exposition from the trcnical touth garden. son, William, ot this place Wed- ne.sday. There will be preaching at Hopewell Saturday and Sunday conducted by Rev. Clouse. Mrs. oxie Livesay, of tlii , place ie accompanied by her sister. returned home Fndaj after spending a week with her father, Mr. Thompson, at Maret burg. Miss Bertha Carmical of this place, was the guest of her sister, Mrs. Steve Carpenter, at Mt. Vernon, last week. c Mis-Hatt- n - jm THE BOY WITH A BANK BOOK STRAIGHT AT IT. There is no use of our "beating around the bush". We .uf k 4 't&Wi S?t::i'virrfV--fV- might as well out with it first as We want you to try last. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy the . p d r .. . v f. ssv . aa. .. : ..2. i ' .. . j jdMr S m''v r.' tv.e i:. t.aw j .'.'uk. next tune you nave a cougn or syassgLis&?rV v cold I here is no reason so. tar as c International Copyright. 1913. oy we can bee wny vou snouKI not L.f.T,nv vm. thf n- ininii cuun., the Court or tho Sun and Stars.- dei.iKi:ed by Messrs. .SlciClm. Mead and w. nt ... u .w I11S dO SO. preparation bV US lJ Whito This. rnnrt , nnirovinintf?lv 750x900 feot v. ill divide the main lLCtCiliMlfc of Cj.OofcltlOIl buildings from , .w .. H.vv. . remarKabie cures has gained a luorth to south. Upon the east of the court figures clep iiiit&. camels. Arab wuiriors symbolical or the Unenu ?:''' iJr'ifca l..ii mmm::x,3i'mjzix : - v- rmM. .i-- - sv . V . - 1 .. ti-M,c Panama-Pacifi- . - t--n. -- -- I -- -- -- .... is the one who is jroing to amount to something. No 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 leach him to save instead of spend- iiiK- Ho will be jlad of your teaching during his whole life. fr. rEo lif.rlwuT W W11W IIICltV.H A wnrlH widp ivnLniim, iinfl tliP npnnlp nvpn sniiL-- rf it wI-pv- c It is for sale by IllO Cha-- . r.r V ,.ic til M ' W C. Uavis. i. will surmount a huge arch, the Arch of the Rising Sun. lar?er than the Arc de Triompiie; upon the west of the court the story of the setting sun will be depicted; surmounting the arch upon the west prairie schooners and fig-ure3 of pioneers who pushed across the western plains will be shown .THE BAttlC OF MT. VB&ttON MT. VERNON, KENTUCKY, W. A. I. 1$ RICHARDS, President. FURNISH, Cashier. For jA1.k: i tract ot landseven Old Cull's friends can now be (7) acres on the East side of k. -- .imHmwmwiiHnmminfiwiiifnnimfnminiH iliiii heard gently singiug: R. in Conway, Ky., good S room CD. Old father Huhbml, dwelling known as the Heath property, built on modern stvie to the cupboard. Went finished in good stylo, with sum To cure his awiul thirst, PRACTICAL But whtn he got there mer kitchen; good well, good barn UNDERTAKERS ;j The rupbrattl was bare, and good garden; good store 'ouse FUNERAL DIRECTORS, The Webb bill had done its Go x 24 ft. and other out buildings. y?f V 1 Ji " TT i ii.r::-?--' AND One good 4 room cottage as j;ood wi rst -- lL. 5ERNDN DPKET s ! i gMJPaagBWaatRaRiS DR. FIIANK W. GUNSAULUS. when Colonel Exall decides thinps ought to be done the things usually have a way of gettiug done. He at once inaugurated the Texas industrial ?ougress. which offered $10,000 in gold as prizes for crops in all parts of Texas. It was soon evident that the $10,000 in gold was the least expensive part of the undertaking for the vnrlous contestants must be kept in touch with each other and the congress. The undertaking cet $30,000 for the first year. Colonel Exall raised the funds. This year 4,000 men, women, boys and girls contested for the prizes and the whole statejrfs awake to the fact that results arerbeing produced. In fact this feeling has become so strong that a group of buinSss men are preparing to flnancetU Texas Industrial congress for a period of three years. Dr. Charles Evsns. Dr. Charles Evans is president of the State Normal school at Edmond. Okla. He is a transplanted Kentuckian, and like any number of transplanted he has made good In the state of his adoption. He grew up with the country, and grew up big. In fact he has grown so big that he Is now being spoken of as the next state superintendent of Oklahoma. His new book. "Growing a Life," published by Rand. McNaMy & Co., is receiving favorable comment from prominent educators In all parts of the country. It will probably be adopted as one of the Kentucky reading circle books fori:uie ensuing year. Or. Alston Ellis. Another on the program of the Kentucky Educational is Dr. Alston Ellis, president of. the Ohio university at Athens. For twelve years he has been making history at the University of Ohio, so he 13 sure to have something worth while to say to the teaching force of his home Ken-tucklan- E jppss HI n,, added pleasure ror smokers of g as new. wHl finished. About i5j;7. 2 - """" young fruit trees. 1 will sell lor A TKXAS WONDER. The Texas wonder cures kidney $3250, on easy term1. A spleiu.id IU3ETALIC and bladder troubles, removing stand tosullgiods. For further gravel, cres diabetes, weak and particulars address me at Conway Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of 2 ame bicks, rheumatism and all Ky., or U S. Wyatt, work for the company. Berea, Kv. . 3 regularities of the kidneys and Feb. 13-- 3 mo. W. M.ftayos. Orders by wire promptly tilled. in both men and women. ReguHearse sent to all points 1ST lates bladder troubles in children Mannger If not sold bj' your druggist, will FOR FLETCHER'S . 1 1 V ib VT -be sent by mail on receipt of i. ( jr pp yv ;rr- - Ultica Mt. onion iVLimuirientnl liuiiaing rllUM!; 112 jOne small bottle is two months' ) m i m u i n i rs writ : j i i : ! n n ) n m jiin h) j nn inmtn treatment, and seldom fails to ' yS t N Send for testiperlect a cure. FOUND, the place to buy Sieetacles monials from this and other states. and Kyesflassef for $l.S0:iml up. Cold, C4p L Dr. E. W. Hall, 2c;26 Olive street Silver and Aluniinum Frames. I.ar- - W J St. Louis Mo., Sold bj druggist. jjest selection in town, teyus tested v g wf3T ss COUCH GASKETS Cdftms and Robes. iuhMJi E3IJJAL3li:JIb Mt. Vernon, Ky, 2 Children Cry ; GEORGE . I "V . OWES, 1 1 1 1 - FU ""mU'"i""u"" 1 1 1 11 11 1 1 1 1 ( 1 vl3.yJcC H P4B. Free. Ywir of experience. JEWELER AND OPTICIAN. COX J. C. MOORE DROS. 3TOEE gfiflulliU! .s - HX M li M SUFFE Iisisiiy? FIND QUICK &EUEF By the use of SWANSGN'S R. H. OONOVEr" MT. VERNON, KV. Baker Building, Up Stairs. Rooms recently oceupied by Dr-dfield ifc Harris. . s Dentist 4 $ Hat- I Here is a smoke with the real, genuine tothat beats all artificial tastes. Every grain of it is pure, clean tobacco, rucked into a pipe, or rolled into a cigarette, it makes a delightful smoke. If you have not smoked Duke's Mixture, made bj Liggett & Myers at Durham, N. C, try it now. bacco taste of fine Virginia and North Carolina leaf, with each 5c sack of Duke's Mixture you now get a book of cigarette papers free and In addition to one s E ki wwtfmmLsew d-uif- iir: wm K I h.ive jr.-- jmtin :i line of Saddles, Harness and Harness Hardware, and am located in R. L. McForron ludldiiig jut Hast ot" Signal. I can fm nihh anvthinif ou want in tint line. Please drop in and see me. , t and a half ounces f The Great Remedy for Rheumatism? Lumbago, Sciatica, Gout9MQuratgi&g La Grippe, KidneyTrouMe It is a preparation for both internal and external use that gives quick relief to tho Buffurer. Applied externally, it staps all aches and pains. Taken internally, it dissolves the poisonous oubstance and assists nature in restoring tho system to a healthy condition. Sold by Druggists. One Dollar per battle, or sent prepaid upon receipt of price If not obtainable in your locality. SWANS0N RHEUMATIC CURE COMPANY 'C. MT. -- Williams, y all kinds g REPAIR SHOP I desire to say also, that I am prepared to do of Shoe and Harness repair work. sewing a specialty. Shoe ATTORNY-AT-LA- VERNON. KY. OFFICE. - On 2cd. floor o The Bank ot'Mt. Vernon, on (burc street. Special attention given to collections.Q Phone No. 80. owaMWMmmMOBBaaummMWBmmmrmma I A Free Present Coupon These coupons are good for hundreds of valuable presents. There are shaving sets, jewelry, cut glass, baseballs, tennis racquets, talking machines, furniture, cameras, and dozens of other articles suitable for every member of the family each of them elj worth Bating the coupons for. As a special offer, dur- ISt Lain StrMt, Chieaga state. . a m azrrs .mmmsfts M ing March and April rKfciE. Just send us your name and address on a postal. It is said that his love for Kentucky has never been dimmed by his service out of the state. In fact it is mniored 4that ha will build a handsome home at Forjt Thomas, Ky.. where he will reside Bast Remady for Constipation, Sick ' Headacha, Sour Stomach, Belchlns and UvarTroublas. 25c Per Box at Druggists SWANSON'S PILLS YEAR BOOK of. Stark Bro's fiouni Vernon Monymental ,WQRKS SPjxi: W. T. DAVIS. p833c383&xcx r-n-a , jft . j v only, we will send our Easily and Quickly Healed from Eczema, pimples or other sLin eruptions Knot? 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Hundreds of varieties of apples, pears, peach, plum, cherry, apricot, quince, grape and all small fruits are described; weaknesses of each variety are pointed out and 'good points are explained. IVc feel that planters should know both. ' Those interested in growing fruits or fjowera or shrubs or'shade treea will find this book of inestimable value; totally different from the average nurseryman' publications. It is a book you will keep for reference, and one on which yon cast depend si being absolutely accurate. Write today for your copy. wM n 1mm arm ? new illustrated catalogue of these presents afer lejayjflg the university in Thoee who suffer Tlieioisr.omcd m "! Coupont from Duke' t Mixture may be atsorttd vnth tars from HORSE SHOE. J. TV, TiNSLEY'S NATURAL LEAF. GRANGER TWIST, coupons from FOUR ROSES (lOc-h- n double coupon) . PICK PLUG CUT, PIED. MONT CIGARETTES. CL1X CIGARETTES, and other lazt or coupons issued by us. I 'i J. C. 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