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VERNON, ROCKCASTLE I sarvent 18. 1913 DUMBER 29 which was found many years connection with the article. j After Booties party reached ago among the papers of that and the The copy .Trace branch they followed that j military governor. Old Wilderness Road streamlet to its source on Chestnut j below is accurate even to the ridge leaving the ridge at a point i spelling, capitalization and punctu (JnO place-atioof the original; there being i narA n3w rffn n niipiiiin nc Tfi near the old Wash Hansei wl.ot-rn,,a thr.. Rrtvlctla ir.c iroinn down a valley to where 'no object in securing the meaning land facts, asm the case of his followed Pine Hill station now stands; over the original ail-Boone the battle of Kentucky jtbe next xidgeic North hasi thence jlotter describing TMir OD his first trip into i honfirltlnl? j ' " ",,l T :..!- " . , It appears that the bear killer h?d down Boones Hollow to ivOUUU ..j .i...... &.u.., ieeii, uy iuui nuiwui made one or more excursions to O'.uui passing thru what is now known eas and freedom in initialing Caintuckie" before he made the .omnr-.- w trin ,nH o..HniH as Brush Creek station, Wildte, tin? pen. ahho it is evident tliat B,one more effectivly made his Col. Richard Henderson and his Conway, Boone and Boone', Gap: county and on to mark with his nfle than as a followers lrom Hillsboro. N. U. into Madi. starting on March 5th. 177a Bconesburo Collins history says sp,!ler: feburey the nth 1796 landing at Boonesboro, Madison l,,e nrSt road or trace Jn Kentucky ,ll!lt lrm Cumberland Gap to Sir county, two miles down the Ken- Boonesboro was markt out or after mv Best Respts to tucky river from where Ford is Col. j your excelaiicv and iamyly 1 wish in March l775. v now located. On this particular !je,,d Daniel Boone, under a contract to inform you that I have sum March the route traversed after reaching Hazel Patch creek in ' Wltn Col. Richard Heudersou 6c intention of undertaking this new Lauiel county, was down that Co., For nearly a century it has Rade that is to be cut through kno-.vas Boone's trace (trail; the Wilderness and I think Mv Stream and Little Rockcastle river been lo Rockcastle river, crossing the a,,d many miles of it are still Selfintitled to the ofer of the Bisness as I first marked out the same near mouth of Trace branch, traveled and distinct. which lie in Rockcastle county' In December I7US the legis.ature R;ide in March 1775 and never an act providing for the Re'd anything for trubel and named Boones and originally Trace. On this branch it is enlargement lo the width of thirty Sepose 1 am No Statesman I am claimed stood a beech tree up "to feet, and the leveling and improv- a Woodsman and think myself as f tne great thoiofare from Capable of Marking and Cutting on which was i"K 55 years ao, Crab Orchard to Cumberland Clap, the Rode as any other man Sir if carved into its bark the followin": "Danl Boone cild a bar here', distance gl miles, much of which you think with me I would We are told tbatmicb trees were is lart of the original Booties trail, thank you to wright meea line also found in Madison and other uPon proposals being advertised By the post the first oppoitunity counties. It was evident that for the old pioneer realizing the and he Will Lodge it at Mr. John Daniel was was a speller some- - peculiar fitness of things which Miler son hinkston fork as 1 wish what m the simplified line as tie had marked his; early life in Ken- - to know Where and When it is .above would indicate as well as a tucky addrest to Qoyernqr Shelby t be laat (let) So I mayateud at Jetter of his to be found below, in the following earr(ctorisijc letter, time . am Deer -tr- Daniel Boone To his Excelancy governor Shelby There is no reason to believe that the noble pioneer was successful in securing the contract; indeed an amended act ot the legislature makes it almost certain that he did not most probably because he did not press his proposal. who died near Paint Lick Garrard county in 1830 was personally acquainted with the great pioneer and related many incidents of his life to the riter's father, especially of the daring exploits with Indians. UKOUHEAD. .!!! 00 "9 as 9 o em Hirkston fork, mentioned in the I -- above letter, is the name of a creek in Bourbou county. This letter is another indication of Boones restlessness and unwillingness to be crampt by the b-- necessities and requirements of On April 34th, civilized life. 1794 he was at Point Pleasant, now West Virginia; Feby., 11th. 1 796 a few niijes from. Paris, Bourbon county Ky.. pn Sunday morning April 9, I797, in a cftual floating down the Ohio river, jus t opposite the mouth of the great Miama, (Iho river which caused so much loss of life and great destruction of property at Davton and other points in Ohio some two weeks ago) and bound for Missouri; and on March 17th 1810 a hunter on the banks of Missouri Misses Tempest and Ada Ward visited relatives in East Bern-staand London trom Saturday tntit Tuesday. Mrs. Walter Miller and children, of Lebanon Junction, were with her mother, Mrs. M. E. Wilraott, the latter payt of last week. Miss Katie Bunch spent a few days, with friends in Crab Orchard last week;. dt '...sn o ... . 03A illffffffffffffffifffffffffffifffffffffflffffflffffiiO v stj.ij.es :::2is.ssssss5S55Ssslissi:ssI;5ss2F :::,essos99ttS9sgsssieeSSs::::: 83 & 4i - MIG EXTRA 00.. a a.. BSc.. . 'ItlOttH rM if lst river near the mouth of the Charette. The advancing wave of formal civilization found him steadily retreating before it. He loved the largest liberty, and found it only in the wilderness. The writer's great grand father. saisasas&asssse iTffrETTmyWflrai Mr. and Mrs. AUen matt were over from Quad and spent a lew days vith Mr-- and Mrs. A. M, Hiatt last week. Mrs. Mary Evans, ot Berea, is spending a few days with her daughter, Mrs. D. B. Chandler, in the Negro Creek section. Mrs. A. Pennington, of Livingston, is with her daughter, Mrs. O. A. Frith, this week. I. R. Storms is at his old home at Keavy, this week on business. Miss Lepum Beaty, of Greenwood, is the guest of Miss Hazel Albright this week. Mrs. J. W. Tate was visiting friends in Crab Orchard hrst of the week. Mr, ttie. Fike, of Liyuigp.n,, was the gutest of My. and Mrs. O. A. Erith. la week. My. John and, Robins flUte daughter. Mildred, and Mias Clyde Watson were in Crab Orchard shopping Saturday. Guy Roberts, Frank Tuoton, H. . Wilson, Clarence Roberts, Everett Watson, "Walter Robins, and the Brodhead Junior Base Ball team were in Mt. Vernon Saturday. The Juniors were defeated by the Mt, Vernon, Seniors by a score of G o 9 Miss Mgry Adams wjs lere frqm. Crab. Orchard XhU week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Smith Adams. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Owens spent Sunday with their grandmother, Mrs. Katie Owens, in the Spiro section. Miss Gracie Preston, of Berea, is spending a few days with relatives here this week.. Miss Tempest Ward was in the Dudley section a few days this week. Mrs. Q. A.. Frith, who has been s. much better at this quite , 1-- We have just received a car of beautiful ...cos - L W xij w sf ? eon CO :::SS ::;:sg AND Kj? j 8r. yb r SK oco I js-i :::: am;.. eo(3a)eac?3oa98s.... r Wi ::::::::::02.:;!??:::?J-;5:5?5S-:5-- tine from the small step stove to the finest Range, Buying in car load lots enables us to sell you at a much less price than the small dealer could possibly do, and at the same time you have the advantage of a large and varied line to select from The ladiesj who have seen thes : the style, h'nish and quality the best they have seen. Prices ami terms will please you. s5 A Stoves, are loud in their praise mul unhesitatingly pronoun i & Z Sere 8 Doors and Screen Windows Screen Wire of all widths Mason Fruit Jars BUILDING PAPER Car Load Prices j STONEWARE FINE FURNITULE, Ca7 Loa7 Price.; Writing. W. Rigsby and John Robins AMERICAN FENCE, Car Load Prices pv. were in Smnmrrl Mnndou ...W.IHUJ. .ioj Were accompanied from Crab Orchard by J, Thos Cherry, HARDWARE, All kinds, Car Load Prices ?--. -V1. Ward and Cashier Bailey. was made in Mr. The Cherry's new car. Dr. W. F. Carter was in Louisville iasC Thursday and Friday on business. Jfp,hn A. Proctor, acting postmaster at Quail, was called to Louisville the latter part of the veek on account of the soyious illness of one of hs Mo-or-e iv-igranJ-children. SALT, z Car Load ez S Pr 1 ceS rcS was in Motin. Vernon, Saturday between trains. Mr. an,d. Mrs. A- - M. r J. W. ABSOLUTELY the BIGGEST FULLEST AND StROXGEST LINKS OF IF&I! IflU XZ&3 residence property a? J. Thos. Cherry, on Mftta St., Saturday. Rev. J. A. Sawyers was the guest of A. E. Albright thisi week. He preached aUho Methodist Church Wed nesday evening. A Mr. Cotton-givG. Iliatt moved to. the. il 3 yscsl i3 3 firv.B!s iiS& lil "VI '(Z, u moved his family to th.&J... on, AJto'ight street, recently occued. hy Mr. an$ Mrs. J. M.. "Roberts, We indersnd th,a" Itfr-- . Cottanghn Frith property Notions, Hats and Groceries to be found in Rockcastle County yill b 0ts,5te.st to section fore-m- n, 5Wt Mrs, Lester B. A R e gu 1 ar Hilton, of Stanford, .was with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Cass this week. The Workers. Conference of the Christy Sunday School meetattV.o residence of W. A. Cson. Wednesday-evening- . Mys. Linda Ben,ton, left Department Store You have every possible assurance of getting values. Ye guarantee a saving of 5 to 25 per cent on same qualities. The Best Dressed Men of this Town Look to fhls Store for Spring Suggestions, -- ybere she will her daughter, Mrs. SUlvtey Tatev-be- fore return to. her- h,ote in I Miltersbvrg. Te.nn., - Melay night for Mot-ristavwf- c, my goods yon may need without delay. And you get betttr vit -- T an m EVERYTHING in Do wn-to-t- he minute-wearabl- es season's styles have brought forth description" you will find here in this store 'the cream of the best that the the last word in men's dress need, of every let the week pass Runner duck eggs. One dollar for fifteen eggs. Address, Mrs. J. F. Carter, SAi.E:-Indi- For SJ2S5J5S 22222223 Mt. Vernon Brodhead, Ky. is chock full SPLENDID VALUES without seeing them AT MODERATE PRICES. Don't CASTOR I A Por Infants and Children. Tin Kind You Have Always Bought of good stores and good merchants U.G.BAKER The Man From Mt. Vernon AYe Watch Old Mt. Vernon She's coming to the front SUTTON & McBEE Bears the Signature of CZi are not fooling around. We are busy as bees. MT- - Nearly everysince the example of caos. being a and live and grow as long as WITHERS spelling reforril board made its last thing contradicts everything else. American Citizens believe in a When a child is taut a bookf ul of report. 'Lancaster Record. After two years of long suffering government ol the people, by the Friday, April iS , 19 13 sudi stuff as that through of consumntion Calli HakRr died iPeopie ana ior xne paopie Paragrafers often pei'petrate Pro2resk'iveism means manly things like tbe above even where spells thru and rough spells at his home on Crooked Creek on Published every Friday by rut and give no reason but that they kuo the facts to be the the morning of April 9th. at 8:30 independence to the individual EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. somebody says so, you have got o'clock. He reverse to the statement. "Sim was 31 years of age voter. plified spelling not a hap him redy for the demagognedy to and a good moral citizen to his It mean? to speak and to vote is $I.OO hazard guess work affair but is follow any plausible ONE YEAR who country. UBSCRIPTION Brother Baker before for the man and the principles he ' founded on scientific priuciples tells him the government can he died fell asleep for a few advocates, regardless of mean known on by eminent scolars from the ranks make evarybody rich by protec Advertising rates made moments and on waking told of insidious sneers regarding ones of teachers, educators, professors, .live tariff or the issue of green- - some beautiful abblication pictures of which standing in any political party. backs by the billion, produce Progressiveism means a turning college and university presidents he had seen in the Great awav from o'd bed ridden partv geografers, scientists, editors and wisdom from the votes of fools, Bevond. He leaves a wife and MEMBER OF produce something from nothing. KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION others of high and distinguish: two little daughters and a host of traditions of has been" and the An eminent authority said in stations. These persons, includ3SL2J&. v friends to mourn his loss. We platitudenous boast of ,!our party" AXV--t r. 7!vS of our country 190b. "There are 82,000,000 of us extend our deepest It means what is now, what the ing an sympathy reople that use this ''orthography" to questions are now for our solu composed what u called the the heart broken family. Simpl'fied Spelling Board, with and it ought to be simplified in An Angel chorus from above tion. our behalf, but it is kept in its welcomes our loved ones How are we going to proceed? at 1 Madison Ave,, there e New York, from which all necess- present condition to satisfy one and iu the heavenly courts above Shall we go on as million people who like to have they ary information; advice and literA2fX0rX('E3IEXTS. are free from all sorrow and lining up with partisans seeking only their own selfish interests or ature mav be secured, by anyone their literature in the old form. care. That looks to me to be rather After a brief illness of only two shall we line up on the side of the Drop a interested, free of cost. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. We have one selfish, and we keep the forms days Mrs. Eliza Mullins wife of people, demand our share of procard to the Board. Authorized to Announce We Are There is really no the late Elisha Mullins fell asleep tection and fight for it? A,acnmaleforiiCToi,Ho3citcaStie subject to member of the Advisory Council as they ar. tao action of the Domocratlc party. August pri-- 1 of the Board, We look for an answer in the at Berea, this argument against reform except Tuesday morning April 8th. at mary. 1913. affirmative, ot William merely sentimental argument" state in the person five o'clock. She was 66 years of The refotm is slowly but surely age her death was caused by a adv J W. VanWinicle. Goodell Frost, president of Berea TICKET. KKPUBLU'AX spreding. Many influential journ- stroke of Paralysis. Mrs. Mullins Wc Are Authorized to Anuounce College. LOOK TO YOUR PLUMBING. FRANK BAKER a candidate Jor Jailer o! Uorkrabtlu suojectto Ab The Simplified Spelling Board als, magazines periodicals, colleges was a member of the Christian party. AUKUCt this ii tne Kei.ubUcan You know what happens in a schools and individuals Piiimiry. 1GUI. was organized January igOG, to universities, church and was a true and faithul house in which the plumbing is We Aie Authorized to Announce prmote, by systematic and con- hav endovst and put into practice christian worker. She was the poor condition everyone in the HAUHY JONES subject to the use of simplified spelling. mother of eight children of whom house is liable to contract typhoid Asacnndidate for JMlororRocUcnstle th9 acUon ot the KepaWicau party. August Pri- tinued effort, the gradual simpli-catio- n mary. 1913, There will be a tme when its four are boys and four girls. or some other fever, The digestaDd regulation of English We Are Authorized to Announce JAMES WINSTEAD spelling. It published its first list use will be universal. She raised them to be nice ive organs perform the same Jailer of As a candidate ior Republican Kockcnotlc BUbject to functions m the human body as Priparty, August the action ot the $1C0 REWARD 100. consisting of three hundred words respectable men and women. the plumbing does for the house, mary. 1013. We Arr Authorized to Announce in 1906. This was not a list of The readers of this paper will She was taken to her old home and they should be kept in first J C. 5IIZE be pleased to learn that there is on White Oak Branch and was class condition all the time. If As a candidate Jor Juiier of Rockcastle subject to merely simplied forms, but a sethe action ot the Republican party. August Primary. 1013. dreadful disease buried in the family graveyard you have any trouble with your lection of simpler forms already in at least one We Are Authorized to Announce that science has been able to cure Wednesday evening at four o'clock. digestion take Chamberlain's M. C. SOWDER good use namely, in three hundred to in all its stages, and that is As a Candida t'ior Jailer oi Rockcastle subjectPrithe action of the Republican party, August out of more than three thousand Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is Mrs. Mullins leaves her children Tablets and you are certain to mary. 1913. get quick relief. For sale by C. words at that time commonly the only positive cure now known brothers and sisters and a host SHERIFF. C. Davis. spelld in two or more wajs. to the medical fraternity, Catarrh of friends to mourn her loss. We Are Authorized to Announce CAM MUXLINS re"A precious one from us has The second list, publisht in 1908 being a constitutional disease, TOM COVINGTON JR. Shentfof As a candidate forRepublicanRockcastle subject to party, Aujtust Priquires a constitutional treatment action or the the gone, mary. 1913. contained a considerable number Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in Is a Dark Bay, black points, 16 A voice we loved is stilled COUNTY COURT CLEHK of simplified spellings that might ternally, acting directly upon the hands high, foalded April i908, We are authorized to anuounce be called 'innovations' . But the blood aud mucous surfaces of the A place is vacant in our home S. F. BOWMAN sired by Allen Quartermain, he as County Court As n candidate for Which never can be filled". system, thereby destroying the Clerk ot Rockcastle county, subject to the action simplified forms it contained wer 1st dam by Tom Covington. or the Republican party. August primary 1913. foundation of the disease, and The entire community extend strictly in accord with the existing Maude, 2nd dam Gray Eagle. giving the patient strength bv SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHO0L8. rules and analogies of English building up the constitution and , their heartfelt sympathy to the Tom Covington, Jr., is a comWe Are Authorized to Announce MISS TEMPEST WARD spelling and were for the most assisting nature in doing its bereaved family. bined saddle and harness horse. As a candidate for Superintendent or Schools of Republican Rockcastle subject to the action of the part restorations of simplification work. The proprietors have so party, August Primary, 1913. He possesses all the five gai ts To the Progressives of Rock formerly in high literary use. much faith in its curative powers MAGISTRATE. He ; with speed, grace and action. We Are Authorized to Announce The third list was publisht in that they offer One Hundred castle County: saddler in is a true type of the W. M. SOWDER Dollars for any case that it fails As will be seen in the Louis , March, 19i3 which called fourth to cure. As n candidate for Magistrate First Magisterial Ibtrautyof motion and form; is Send for list of testicomposed ot i.. Kt. Vernon and Walnut District, ville Harald and Mt. Vernon Grove voting precincts, subject to tho action of the the paragraf at the heading of monials. Republican party general primary election. Augtearless and absolutely sound, j usts. 1913. Signal that the progressives of Has already proven himself a fine this article. The greater uumber Address F. J. Cheney & Co., Rockcastle County have begun Toledo, Ohio. The prosperity edition of the J of these remarks or made by large size and splenand expect soon to complete a breed, colts Sold by all Druggists, 75 was a stupendous) persons who fail or refuse to in Courier Journal Taks Hall's Family Pills for county organization thus falling did build. stroke of enterprise and' one that form themselves upon this very constipation. This champion 6 year old stal- in line with the National movewill prove of great value to the important subject. , lion will make season of 1918 at ment inaugurated at Chicago. In city of Louisville and th? state of The defects ot current English, WITHERS. my farm 4 mile north of Pine every great crisis of our republic, Kentucky. Of even greater value , spelling tall under the heads, viz: Hill, Ky., at $10.00 to insure a there has arisei. great leaders to to our state will be its Luther (x) Superfluity of letters iuvolving living colt. Season money due Died at her home, Mrs. E. MulBurbank supplement issued last waste of time, energy, space and lins April 8, at 5 o'clock a. m., carry forward the work demanded when mare is traded or parted Sunday. It contains colored money. Examples: Altho(ugh); aged 67. She had been a sufferer by the people. with. Care taken to prevent acTheie has never in the history illustrations of some of the plant ax(e); catalogue); thofu)(gb): etc. not responsible of that dreadful disease, paralysis of the Nation arisen greater quest cidents but wizards productions such as the j (2) Inconsistencies as to spelling any occur. for three long years. She leaves ions to bi considered by a people should new edible cactus fruit; cobless j and pronunciation that retard the V John W. Hilton, four son and four daughters, be- than are confronting us today. corn; Burbank strawberry; Thorn- - elucational progress of children 11, 1913 Pine Hill, Ky. Ayril sides a host of friends and relaIn view of this momentous fact less blackberry; Pineapple quince; atuj aHens, tend to bring into tives to mourn her loss. Short the people, the common people FOUND A CURE FOrt RHEUChestnut seedling; ornamental contempt the language itself and funeral services were conducted are becoming alarmed at tbe MATISM. cactus; forage cactus; Burbank th.e nations that use it. For ex- by Rev. W. D. Mullins, and then aggressive insolence of the money txrit.fi Phpnmni.Nm IT itifFrprl potato; the Royal walnut which ample, puff js pronounst puf; but she was laid to rest besides her powm, backed by the courts and for two years and could not get grows to a three foot diameter tree rougn is pronounct rufjyet plough husband in the family hurrying legislative bodies that were created my right hand to my mouth for Burbank's im- is plow, cough is cof, through is ground. in twelve years. Mr. Cody Parks, of by it. that length of time," writes Lee proved flowers are shown. While thru, and dough is do; to cap the j Livingston, and sister Miss In ordet to check this predatory L. Chapman, Mapleton, I Iowa. Luther Burbanks homely potato climax, do is pronounced doo, and Martha were visiting their sister suffered terrible pain so could war on labor, on the producers of "I sleep or lie, still at night. of all of his in does is either duz or doze. No has probably, not Mullins. Mrs. Ben Mrs. J. J. wealth in the shop, on the farm Five years ago I began using ventions. meant most in money to wonder the alien is mystified and Brown of Level Green, and sons, in the mine or factory the people Chamberlain's Liniment and in the world and while his ungainly the child temporarily stultified, Otto and Chas. and daughter have organized themselves to two months I was well and cactus will probably mean more, "there is engendered a disbelief Miss Zelma were here at the meet these encroachments in sell have not suffered with rheumatism it is interesting to know that this :n lerning and a total look of burrial of their mother and grand- defense. We take pride in saying since." For sale by Chas. C. creator of so mauy useful forms confidence in inference'. Were it mother, Mrs. E. Mullins also Mr. that nearly Boo voters of Rock- Davis. ot plant life personally loves best possible, indeed, for a rational W. G. Mullins and wife and castle county have gone on record E. K. Wilson who was known of all, the hours he spends with adult to begin the study of his Mr. Vic- as being in favor of the great some years ago for notorious conchildren of Disputanta. his flowers. His belief is that mother tang he would speedily tor Price and sister, Miss Katie movement, headed by one of the duct while practicing law at flowers have a wonderful influence recognize the grim foundation for of Level Green, were here Satur- world's acknowledged .eaders, London has jnst been sentenced in upon human beings; that their the remark of an day and Sunday the guests of C. Theodore Roosevelt. U. S. court at Covington by scents and their graceful lines and eminent person that he was ''not We who vote the Progressive Judge E Mullins and family. There to one years im- their beautiful colors have speific at all sure that the arcaic rules of were several of the young folks ticket did not do so, as a complipiisonment in Atlanta penibeneficial effects upon the human spelling laid down by tradition attended church at Piney Branch ment to the man Koosevelt but tentiary on charge of bootlegging mind. and sterotypd by the dictionaries Sunday. Estill Mullins has been because we stand for the principles in his hometown Williamstown, The Luther Burbank Society had not filld half the lunatic on the sick list for the past week, which he advocates which exists in Grant county. Wilson on occoui t at Santa Paso, California, has been asylums ot the country". but is some what improved now. the heart of our countrymen, re- of his education and opportunities chartered by the state for the was given a heavier sentence than By the adoption and use of simDespite the cold days, the old gardless of any man. purpose of giving the broadest plified Spelling the school to the uneducatid handler is yeais ladies can be seen roaming over If there never had been a Roose of given booze. possible dissemination to Burbanks of students could he shortened by the fields picking salet, aud how velt these principles would exist method and discoveries, so thit. from eighteen months to two they do enjoy eating it too. instead of letting them die with years. There will be services at Cave him, the whole world may learn !! In a 'system" of spelling, if Ridge, Saturday and Sunday, www .. " . A and apply and proht by them. we bad one, each step would lead fH conducted by Rev. Thos. Durham. The society numbers among its to the next, no one would overturn Died at his home Callie Baker, members some of the foremost another, all would lead to a definit April 9th at 7:30 a m. He had men and women of Amf rica. It result. But in our spelling books been a sufferer of that dreadful . is not an organization for profit the child has to struggle as if disease tuberculocis. lor a numand is supported by fees paid by the logs for a corduroy road, inber of years, he leaves a wife and members. In the work of arousing stead of being laid in order, had two sweet little girls and an aged interest in these newer and better been dumpt pointing every which father and mother, and several methods of agriculture, horticultuie way; his path is full of immense M brothers and sisters to mourn his and plant improvement, the societ" difficulty, and instead of being loss. has prepared a uumber ot specific introduced to a conception that in our store invite you to bulletins or monographs illustrated the path of knoledg is one of COUGHS AND CONSUMPTION with direct color photograph order, he starts with impressiv Coughs and colds when neg- ::!::: while the mail is being opened : prints, which are in'ended to give evidence that it is a world of lected, always lead to serious practical aid to the farmer, fruit orbitrary hap-- zard, that there trouble of the lungs. The wisest you to come in ana see :::: fact we grower, gardener and flower lover is no reason why anything is as thing to do when you have a cold . is to in his or her daily work whether it is, and that the only ground for that troubles you New get a bottle Discovery, of Dr. King's in our new place anyway Come ::; this work is undertaken as a means believing anything or doing any- you will get relief from the first of livelihood, or merely as a thing, is that' somebody of greater dose, and finally the cough will very truly, These authority Brown, ot Musof pleasure. source tells him to, and yet if disappear. O. H. "My wife cadine, Ala., writes: bulletins will be, sent free to there ever was a time when the was down in bed with an obstinate those who write for them. Our child needed to be impressed with C. cough and I honestly believe had people should take advantage of is growing into a it not been for Dr. King's New the tiuth that he this great opportunity. world regulated by natu.al law, Discovery she would not be living Hi::: forty-thre- e Leading Phone 29 And yet the today" Known tor that time is now. years as the best remedy for Simplified Spelling. first avenue to knoledge that we coughs and colds. Price 50c and . A.a........."VT7Txxxx.AahBA.a.aaaa . 2 (jm.) place in their hands the spelling $1.00. Recomended by Chas. C Any one can find an excuse for book is probably our greatest Davis. VERNON SIGNAL r. poof spellef -- i JJ MBS rr Ufe&te T HE KIND YOU HAD IN MIND p-rs- on . nt We needn't talk of quality ; you know it. Nor say our clothes are a Pile of Style they show it. The new Spring things are fresh and bright, the way they're made, a pure delight. To blow our own horn isn't right we let you blow it. If vou intend to get new Clothes, we show 'em. We're talking facts. This isn't a Spring poem. There is but one place you should go where Suits are right, where price is low. It you want clothes of course you know we grow 'em! Some suits are gay and some are quite retired . Our Blues and Tans are very much admired. All say, "how niceley made" fast colors ; they which will not fade. To wear them, oue is well arrayed there's what's desired . aed-quarte- here-to-for- I j THE KIND YCU SHOULD HAVE IN MIND Shirts and Collars and Hats and Ties that will suit your purse and open your eyes to the handsome styles we daily bring in Over and Under Wear for Spring. Drop in and "We never try to urge a sale or make you buy. We welcome visitors every day. We keep store the "modern'' way. I E. L. Cockrell Livingston, Ky. f&3cgx& & 1 GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER I myymPx$s(px Ky Brodhead 1-- ' COMPLETE LINE Coffins, Caskets and Robes, Mail, Telegraph or Tele phone orders Promptly Filled. J j$$DG&30C ZK$83Cfedfe THE PEOPLES BANK stands for methods which make financial histitntions of positive value. The management of this institution recognizes that strength, above all else, is an absolute essential factor in the conduct of every bank. Furthermore, an intelligent appreciation of the individual requirements of patrons is necessary to make its to them what it really should be. Consistently and steadfastly adhering to this theory, The Peoples Bank has enjoyed a substantial growth, both in number of depositors and in the volume deposits. Bank with us. ber-vice hall'-humor- THE PEOPLES BANK MT. VERNON, KY. D. G. BAKER, President. J.P.E. DRLTMMOND, Vice.-Pre- s. F.L.THOMPSONJr., Cashier. CLAUDE C COX, Ass't. Cash ...... .... 1 CHINK'S Wc PLACEf In Opposite Post Office wait JONAS McKENZIE S ELLS THE SELZ SHOES ft ROYAL IF h - want BLUE'1 us Yours 1 CHAS DAVIS you need a good pair of shoes it is to your interest to examine the Selz line before you buy Druggist JONAS McKENZIE MT. VERNON, KY. -- ilfiUi.iHlisiiHIIH!UIIHiiiiitiiHHli::;.t. n& iTiifirTnT'? rvi "7." immtmmm'miSmmMiiimmatSSSmmmimmmi J - BASE a mini in ri'iiiiMiiiiMii iinaMMBWKaaasaaa ms&msi jiffirfSSSESSSSKSaSES JSew fHONES: The following BALL ot Collins MT. VERNON SIGNAL! persons have telephones on tht: (By Jamie Thompsdti) S VV Kentucky Address -- r v . new Crooked Creek line: Albert The Brodhead and Mt. Vernon Box 37, Mt. Vernon, Ky. Allen. Arch Allen. Charles Allen. Mt. Vernon, KyJJ Apr. 18, 191: VOU ever juniors played on the Mt. Ver James Simras, Fannie Samms, grounds last Saturday. The a store non sitting on A person --TrtColi up "No. 7j" when lames Collins, James Cummins, MR thought it was a rPW S. . V management of fc . former under M vouwan toCommunl. counter is a sight ot daily occurr-- . T mi Mod Mullins, John Scott. Ka ZrMhidU Xl vl!L ri- rzrA T cote wlili SIGNAL where Prof. Teut jn and the latter were i h hflills?fc- -' flif$ ence yet its the neignth ot in Pi ' jm-h'frMk coached by Prof. Irvine; both good manners. The merchant who perCLUB NOTICE gain any trade. mits it doesn't of the fans. The regular meeting Clothes ? really After a spirited contest the Woman's Club will be held tonight aged Death. Calloway Owens all, once The subject game resulted 16 to 9 in favor no problem at 'lie dormitory. y died at his home near Maret-bur- g is Landscape ot Mt. Vernon. for the evening yourve inspected our Louisville nashvillc R R.Co. Wednesday nignt and was The feature of the gara-.w- as the member is Each gardening. yesterday buried at Freedom asked to come Drenared to take hitting of Clyde, or 'Home Run TIME TABLE. line of Spring and Surn-m- ei afternoon. nart in the eenerai discussion. Iiakfcr". of tnu l,',ie tOhin, who 4.59 p m 22 licrtn. ut a two base hit, three base Suits. At the meetinir ist week the lol- 24 norm 353 a m are i.ivvinix. Co., TheW. J. Sparks im iiuci u uunie run ouu m Hiurj for t nfrirers were rr 23 south :; I.. ii"3" shinnmircnr loads of eround lime 1Iie it.ii visumg UP" r coming year: Miss Rose 1'" a m scone, a produce ot 21 South .12:19 tneir jui. ver- Mrs W. J. catcher's vork was almost perfect. Agent. ll0n qUarrVj to parties on Li.rg Cord, President; profession v.i Jas. Landrum, ' m k. i r 1 11 t&nyn r.m tt- itvuu Sparks, Vice President; Mis. J. V. He will be a star in the WVvo snlvctl your The freight Phone No. 8. some day. The fielding of both 3 Island, New York. Miss Rebecca Br.uvn, Treasurer; .... a .. Spring Suit proMcm, on this material It. SiGo per car. teams was very goon consiuering "Watson, Secretary. Ky. Postoffice Entered at the Mt Ternon, saiVguardcd ynu in the condition oi the grounds. mail matter. as second-clas- s D. D. Synod Rev. F. J. Cheek, every way, cho-t- n Elder, of the visitors, took care RIZKS FOR SCHOOL Supt. will preach at the of first base in fine style. Bowman CHILDREN. stU's that will ap-pePERSOSAL Vli Church in LivingsPresbyterian Club wishing to of the home boy.s made a fino stop I The Woman's to you, asem-hlt'- il Charlie Adams was over from ton on next Sunday. The regu sbuv its interest in education o: a nam oauea uan in tne last tho urcatfest valBerea, Monday. lar Pastor, Rev. G. S. Watson, will offer $5 in prizes at the Pair halt o! the ninth and was cheered ues of our career. Mrs. Oscar Wallin is numbered preach in Booneville. for the work of School chilr'ren by the crowd in which there were among the sick. It is probably a hundred ladies and throughout the comitv. was here of Rockcastles hoped that the teachers will take as many men. Talmaee Cummins I a onr write up lrom Corbin Sunday. R. Mullins for the home team 1839 tax list, it was stated that the matter up and encourage the who was four children to enter the contest. and Crawford for Brodhead took Al Owen?, a son ol Uncle Mort J. Henry Fish E s 2L. S TJ e a years old at that tune, was the T care of the catching in splendid Owens, died last night. The list is as follows: today Best map 5 I IP form. C. L. Davis for Mt. VerMrs. Bob Ping has been ser- only person in Mt. Vernon ' this place at who was a citizen of non and Payne and Owens for I 5 iously ill for the past week. Best composition It transpires that Best letter o the visitors did creditable work JgCTa3;aB3a tgZr?3BEnia535353gJgSr2"?.'i?r'5S2E from that time. Walter Robins was up there is another person here who Best set of maps as pitchers. Will Thompson at 1 00 Brodhead Saturday on business. was living in our to.vn in that 5o short and Homer Proctor at Mrs Bessie McClure and Miss early period, it is Mts. Mary Best story second delivered the goods. The garment 1.00 Best hand made rSallie Reynolds are with relatives Carter. po fielding of all was pretty fair and Best six button holes :at Corbin. Best hand work made by boy .So bomeofthem did good hitting. something so satisfying about our guaranteed Dr. M'. Pennington was here Miss Abernathy's music cla The Langtlon jnd Tuesday to see Mrs. Cob Ping in met on Saturday morning at the TO "THE CITY BEYOND". clothes makes you feel the moment you students and many from tje consultation with Dr. Lovell. dormitory for a students recital. On the 13th. inst, as the sun graded school attended the game. them on. because they fit right no Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Mullins Scales were played by Jennie went down, Will Rowe pse-- Umpire Fish was impartial in his better fitting clothes sold any price. styles are attended the U. C. T. banquet at Morrow Miller Elsie Rhea and from Time to Eternity. Abqut two hundred ruling.?. Bertha Litton, London last Saturday night. tailoring is perfect ami the linings ami trimming- - art-- of the Christine Davis. right the To my mind, no more con- were present to witness t'fje game, bp-syet the prices are very moderate. And to top it all, each and every t C. L. Riddle and sister, of East Ada Brown, Sidney Craword, scientious, truthful, honest good The visiting tea'ui were q nice suit is " guakantekh " to give .atifacriou. who spent the winter Rav Crawford and Hazel Johnson friend and citizen ever died. cot of well behaved little gentleBemstadt, rendered solos. Those whodeser-- e The last time I saw him alive, men but they wejp not apleop in Florida have retnrned home. S Tr1 A I"""' ?""" Eu Everett Watson, of Brodhead . special mention are Bertha Litton just a few houis before be asKGd A return game wil be played on his sister, Mrs. F L. Ray Crawford, Hazel Johnson,' away, he raised his eyes to mine Brodhoad grounds tomorrow. Mt. was with when you buy a FISH Suit take our won! for it. Wri triviiiir bat- i .i Durham Saturday until Monday. and Jennie Morrow Miller. The aud in that cheerful, good way, a Vernon's nine will have to do ter values than evui !ti tact tiu oest ulue m America today at improve characteristic peculiar to Will, some lively stunts if they beat J. W, Eider is occupying th& rnuic was to show the pupil during the said. "Hello, TJ. G." Brodhead on their own grounds. residence of Mr. Rome Aadams, meut.ofe.ach Marguerite Lovell, fans We, in the store had learned There were many lively recently vacated by Dr. Lovell. month. Music JJritic. among the lady spectators. It to love him very fondly, as had Dr. Lovell has the improveTrue was an enjoyable game and everycvrry.Gj;e whp knew him. ments about completed on his Lopk All The Kentucky Bankers Assofguqd it) the one was pleased. home and moved back the first of ciation, which will meet in Stan- comfort must be Around for the knowledge, absolute and irrefutathe week. HAL.L QI? &'" VERNON have placed on ble, ford on May of our loved ones that those the Sign Dr. S C. Davis has been very their program for an address LODGE NO.iq 1.0. 0 F. who have passed t: the world iu four or five days. the name ot our chief Booster, .s&ck.for the past RESOLUTIONS. Busy of the visible are not deadj on the We are glad to report him better Mr. Maret. Subject, "The Old contrary they were never more Whereas, Our beloved brother, Corner Fish The comat this time. Wilderness Road". alive. Death exists only in our William H. Rowe, was on the Mr. C. R. Slaughter of More-lan- mittee Said while not exact in the material sense oi things the tth, day of April, il)i3, by the has located at Mt. Vernon to bahkiag Use the subject was ot false sense. We would not declare decree of an overruling providence THE UOMZ Or GOOD CLOTHES. lG&ZE3&3&Sttr.7ttf&ffXZtt .engage in the produce business . such importance that it was for a moment that life can die; called from his earthly sufferings handling desirous to bavfi tjlje matter ;Mr. Slaughter has been nor can death touch the real man to a home where pain and sorrow tthis line for a number of years brought before the Association. made in the image and likeness of are unknown, and where the foreman was in Mt. Vernon Wed- - ville havt returned home. Mrs. Mrs. A. M. Bradley died at h r nesday on D. Ev J. T. Meadows, of Mt. Vernon, home al Maretburg Saturday business. :and knows the business from A to It is evident that the Boone Way Clod, that wonderful principle weary find rest,-- be f it therefore. moved here from is visiting her father V. P. Paralysis. The deceased had be a moveineut is attracting wide Tae tender Resolved, That iu the death of Herrin has which is life itself. m Cincinnati. He will run one of Freeman. Joe Jnckson and E. H. afflicted for more than three years care and beautiful burial service Brofchpr FJqwe, the members of LOCAL the Co, boarding houses. J. T. Mink were in Mt. Vernon on and during that time had not bevn by Uis brother Odd Follows this lodge fully fecognbe that they DOINGS ON THE COMMER given Meadows was down from. Mt. business. able to speak, her tongue beir g impressed me very much. These have lost one of thoir number, V ostaiCE Fund: J. W. MarWl CIAL CLUB Vernon Monday and organized a Good people are doing a great who waq at all times imbued with valuable paraljzed. The burial took plat a G. M. Ballaid had has;idded Uis name to the list of 22 Club. Miss Myrtle Halcomb at the Maretburg burying groun 1. Mt Veru.01? Commercial work. The the pure principles of the order, mare to die Monday night worfcerfi and contributors to the who has ben visitins: in Knox- To Fannie and all his relatives: aud whose conduct suffer no fund for use Jti Boone Way cam- Club, Organized aftd carried on one purpobe of building up Look up, trust in Jesus as Will reproach to be on his character for the paign. our town and county, and as tbg dtd, and soon we shall meet him either as an Odd Fellow, fellow a ii im nTTftrT"' l hi jDon't overlook the editorial, in citizen or husband . politicians would say have thei r on the ether Shore. i'hi JJissue, on the wonderful work ears Resolved, That the sincere and to the ground, sounding A iLttcber Burbank, the California hpartfaJt sympathies of the memeerv kind of enterprise that they plani wv.ard. It will pav anyone bers of this lodge be, and are consider worthy, while we are MEMORIAL LANGDON to investigate this imporlaut plant practically young we have wa xed hereby extended to the bereaved SCHOOL. .subject. widow and iamily of our deceased strong in our youth, and we are presdesire to full of determinations. At brother, whoae loss we, with them, .Card oe Thanks. I Dr. White, an eye, ear, nose, deeply mourn, concerted express to the good per.pie of Mt. ent we have our community our heart- strength placed up against any and throat specialist ot Louisville Resolved, That these resoluVernon and kind- foe tljat will hinder our efforts at who stands at the head of his tions be recorded on the memorial felt thanks for the many I nesses j5hown us during the illness lighting our town. In fact every profession, will arrive today noon page of the records of the lodge, .ot our b;Jher. possible hindrance has been run for a few days at Langdou Dormi and that the secretary deliver a J. S. Rowk. out of the town, and before many tory. His service while here will copy thereof, properly engrossed 15 THE A telephone Jiae has been erected moves the Club show their be at the command of the people to the widow and family of the Living-savoand Cooks- Jbetveen in the town and county as well deceased and a copy to the Mt. works by the "light" f electric) MuWins Station tourg passing-neaas of the pupils of the school. Vernon Signal for publication. "Made-to-We- ar on .up Crooked Creek. There nd The Rev. Mr. Byers has been eye, ear, nose Dr White, the R, B. Mullins") .are some eight or ten telephoucs And throat specialist, who is to be a recent chapel speaker. (feiLKSj: ssgB a i" rJ fk yr?3 He S. T. PROe'i'on Com. the tine connecting to county at L.angdon Dormitory for the gave a good picture of the exrfn W. D Las well J llines through Livingston exchange. next tbrtftf or four days, stands at ercises in couuection with the FOR SALE BY PINK HII.L. the head of his profession. Those inauguration of President Wilson PROGRAM who have children, needing his in Washington. The K. P. Co., are working Club, services, should take advantage of An informal recital of Miss The BrotJhead Farmers' regular xnGoffcly meeting, to be this opportunity. You can got i Abernathy's pupils on Saturday day and night on the lime plant. the interesting They are expecting to be shipping held Saturdaj, April 26, 1 to 4p.m. Mt. Vernon, now just what you morning was one-oat Brodhead '. will htfve to go to Louisville to get events of the week. In addition lime in about three weeks. The 1:00 Opening exerefses. Dr. John M. Wil- to solos, tbe pupils played scales. K. P. Co., have commenced buildif you wait. 1:10 Birds, valuable aa4 other- liams, who is now in Mt Vernon Later in the year they will have ing their new houses between the depot and the caurch house. Jesse Fish J:nows Dr. White personally and a scale contest. wise Miss Robertson spent the week hbey have two of them already :25 Discussion. Says that he is second to none in Why the Electric Weld is the completed. The L. & N. R. R The local physicians end in Louisville. bis line. 2:30 Stopping the Leaks. made Most Effective Fence-Joi- nt D G rider Barnett Ella Mae Coffey showed her Co. , have most all of the material know him by reputation and give Electrically welding joints eliminates the fence. Electricity is the only medium, the same high recommendation. knowledge of Geography by mak- on the ground for the building of 3:45 Daseassion. innumerable exposed wire ends, and which truly amalgamates metals makes The school board of the Lngdon ing ioo per cent in a recent test. three new section houses. ji,5o Flowers La the Home. does away with sharply and tightly two wires one. As we use it, the galwill be here first of the Mrs. A. M. Hiatt school requires than an examina- Kdith Morris and Zelma Brown bending one wire against another, which vanizing is piled around the joints, proi tion be 2X)5 Discussion. made of the eyes, nose, were called home recently by the Week to commence building them. fabric with absolutely cracks the galvanizing. .The Electric ducing a one-pieMethod of Corn ears and throat of the pupils, death ot their aunt and grand vVe are also expecting a new dept 2:10 Round-tabl- e Weld makes every ounce of wire count dependable joints. Electrically Welded (patented) are used only in for strength and durability no wasted fence-joinhere this summer. Mr. A. J. Culture. and the fact that Dr. White has mother. wire, no useless weight dragging down "Pittsburgh Perfect." of Mt. Vernon, has Among those who have recently Gentry, 2.40 Music. been selected to come here to Made in Different Style, for FIELD. FARM. RANCH, LAWN. 17 Tbe Boy On a Farm, jbhe examinations for the spent Sunday at home are moved into the House just commake 2:50 -.w x.v vwjr !? CHICKEN. POULTRY and RABBrT YARD and GARDEN Ray Maharg school is another strong proof of Molly Owens, Bernice Alcorn, pleted by the K. P. Co There Ask your dealer for "Pittsburgh Perfect" and insist on his furnishing it. Do not allow him to persuade While here his ser- and Celia Turpjir. Esther Sasser will be church at ihe Baptist 3.05 Discussion. his ability. you that some other fence is just as good. If he doesn't sell it, write us direct. chuich Saturday night and Sun3.10 Improving Appearances, vices are open to any one in the was a guest of Celja Turpin. "Pittsburgh Perfect" Brand of Barbed Wire; If yoa are interestod in Wire Fencing, write He yiJJ Bright. Annealed & Galvanized Wire; Twitted Mr. Barnett. county needing them. Miss Dora L.Johnson, of Grays day. E. F. Bryant was with for FREE copy of our ALMANAC. 1913 Cable Wire; Hard Spring Coil Wire; Fence arrive today noon and will be frere v, a sister ot Brilla Johnson is homefolks Saturday and Sunday. Staples; Poultry Netting Staples; Regular Wiro 3.25 Discussion. Nails; Galvanized Wire Nails; Large Head for only a f hort time. Pittsburgh Steel Co. Cottingim David Roofing Nails; Single Loop Bale Tics; Pittsassistant Rotrtion of Crops, spending a week at the dormitory. 3:3, burgh Perfect" Fencing. All made of Open ' ? v&fcf Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania I & " it- -r-. section foreman has moved to BrodLater: Dr. White arrived jn I. B. Chesnut .Hearth materiaL t sffEeiHiS!ffv is the, Wr M. Baker town yesterday aiternoon and on local head to accept Assistant foreman 3:45 Discussion. account of pressing engagements manager now for the Singer Sew- place under uncle Dave Hurt. 3:50 Business arrangement. will leave on noon train ing Machine Co. Bob Koberts our new section 4:00 Discussion. ."?- AVE 79 RJTrfcP I 0--- oili Li-srV- A problem to buy your It's at &. ! 1 Mc-,um- es "'e vmmmK iiwueit i:- :-- ..-- , , mm ffflmmmm oii t yam v 4 h mam There's that lMIPffiiv mpWW al h Mkm 4 ill fW Baann i iLO FIT RIGHT AMD FEEL RIGHT "fine" Webih-Mor-ro- w That's try There's ( at The YOU jnL, 4 . O Ojrir -- i. .11.1 S10S12 50 $15 $18 $20 -- d, in i 'ii jwfi ! The True Value of a Pamt is in its Durability ItllliplSSB Kaunas Greei Seal a ant I At Kim!" J r For Sale by J. B. NOE, Mt. Vernon, Ky. f 1 n "Pittsburg h Perfect Fence Car-pehte- rs ce ts to-da- y. Sljp -- ae3n3aa2ttir3e5eBancXEaKsxEans!saB3KM. WML.1XJI1ULMU1 MUS'J a' i irtttnan - xvri "ckt--- T ,, &ir Man is a n.ill.cna.re many Is not quite so woman only lion-- the J fcct.fs disordered. ; t t o golden seal and that fl with black cherrybark, would help .,. and n Nat . owa rnots ouceii's root and bloodroot Oregon , n t ston the ass.milation of the corpuscles. This medicine he By assimicalled Dr I'icrce's Golden Medical Discovery. system is nourished and the blood lating the food eaten the only the cry takes on a -- ich red color. Nervousness is the nerves are starved nerves for food," and when of the feelfed on rich red blood the person looses those irritable morning. ings, sleeps well cl niit and is refreshed in the tirl.cJ "i wiq -- stomachwith a severe nervous disease, wnicn was causeu "jr and a disordered ICOUtO . ISO". Ai. K.-r. ll lllj uiuuou Tiimi ur. ... to try " ricree a the best physicians Rave me up. I was advised My Diocov ery. and derived much benefit from same. SShLd rail lew. it hadT; become so chronic that nothing would effect . .,w4;..in.-nm ina uw... tniipn inr 117. leruu a permanent cure. p'jiit. I xheartilyiiicuimicitsum rtrnna ......... -- tonic,- iuiu and use as spring advise recom; :nend tlVlToo SnSS SKSt od Shaw '"f'lfjPon 1S.XCM. Wotoosiession blood cells. :n the o Woin- - n that the sonnol man has five mil-a- n to a cubic millimetre of blood, ""looks pale -in and food andP probably the stomachi. ? yZ . - LC.fV? "ri,iiied -- I Iciur that there is no cnance 10 ue turc-u.lipases have run J. D. Lively. Esq. pay far wrapping and mailing only. Dr, . Pierce'b Medical Adviser, 31 atairps, to further advUc 1 highly ulinj people to take Dr. fierce s roeaicinca " . -"- -" STOMACH. complain of pains in the stomach, your liver or jour kidneys are out of orde. Neglect may lead to dropsy, kidney trouble, dirbetes or Bright's disease. Thousands recommend Electric Bitters as the very best stomach and kidney medicine made H. T. Alston, of Raleigh N. (J., who suffered with pain ia the stomach and back, writes: "My kidneys were deranged and I mv livpr rlifl nnt wnrlf rtcrhr suffered much, but Electric Bitters was recommended and I improve from the first dose. I now feel like a new man". It will improve you toe. Only 50c and $l.oo Recommended by Chas. C Davis. PAINS IN THE If you constantly QUARTERLY REPORT. HOPEWELL Report of the condition of The CitiBorn to the wife of Jo'in Log zens Bank, doing business at the town of Brodhead, Couniy .of Rockcastle. ston, April 4th., a girl Miss State of Kentacky, at the close of busi- Ethel Cox has mumps Misses ness on 4th day of April, 19i3. Willie Sowder and Katie CarRESOURCES. Mis; 42,534 2C uncle were the guests of discounfy Loans and Overdrafts, secured and becured Due from Banks Cash On hand $ un- - K wt.ii in' ItlVPSWKSB 3.Y."0 - ' 423.60 7,632.67 3.861.41) Banking House, Furniture and E'ixtuies " 4,847.56 For Sale: Three shares I of 59,299.49 Totla LIABILITIES. Capital Stock paid in, in cash 815,000.00 100 00 Surplus Fund Undivided Prefits, less ex796 89 penses and taxes paid Deposits subject to check 36,271.15 UIHDEFSTAKER 1 11 Y 7,131.45 stock in the Bank of Mt Vernon. Time Deposits Address, Total Jacob Sambrook, State of Kentucky, County of Rockcastle. Set. 433. S. 20th. St. We.-H. Hamm and A Louisville, Ky. April, L 11-3R. 43,402.60 159.299 49 M. Hiatt, Our line of Couch Caskets is unexcelled Hand-mad- e (Jofiinsfurmshed ft TwVw5A'wTrirylf liTO Ik Hearse sent to all parts of the County Children Cry FLETCHER'S C A TORIA FOR President and Cashier of the above named Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of our knowledge mid belief. R. H. Hamm, President, Ca-hh- T. All orders by Wire Promptly Filled RHEUMATIC W. A. COX,! Phone 94-S SUFFERERS 5-DRO- A. M. Hiatt, bUDacribeu aim sworn to neiore mu this 14th day of April, 1813 T S Frith . T" w fj vjraveiey r Directors ) J W Proctor My Commission expires March 4, 1914 John Robins, Notary Public MT. VERNON, KY FIND QUICK RELIEF By the use of SWANSON'S QUARTERLY PS REPORT Report of thecondition of The Bank of Mt. Vernon Bank, doinif business at the I The Great Remedy for Rheumatism, Lumbago, Neuralgia, Sciatica, Grippe, KidneyTrouble town of Mt Vernon, County of Rockcastle, State of Kentucky, at the close of business on 4th day of Apiil, 1913. RESOURCES Gout, $ 82,3l3.o" Loans and discounts La Overdrafts, secured and It is 0 preparation for both internal and extcr "unsecured nal use that Rives quick relief to the sufferer. Due from Banks 7 oci 59 hood in a short time, guess who. Applied xtsrnally. It slaps all aches and pains. Mei.'tH Key. Carmecal filled his regular Taken internally, it dissolves tho poisonous Cash on hand substance and assists nature in restoring the Banking Hou&e, Furniture system to a healthy condition. Said by Bruaalata. and Fixtures 420.25 'appointment at Mt. Pleasant SaturOne Dollar per bottle, or sent prepaid upon re day and Sunday. Esker Jones ceipt of price if not obtainable in your locality. Other Assets not included under any of above heads, SWANSON RHEUMATIC CURS COMPANY Saturday and Sunday with 1 015 14 sPent expenses paid III Lata Strati, N Clara Harraan Sunday evening Turner Sowder Mr. and Mrs spent Sunday with the formei's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Micajah Sowder. Miss May Sowder is visiting her grandmouher. Mrs. Chris Sowder. at Wabd. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sowder spent Satur day and Sunday with Mrs. Nora Hasty. Rev. Chas. Carmical was called to Skeggs Creek Friday to attend the funeral of Mr. Orval Towery, who died April loth. Mr. Towery leaves a wife and one daughter to mourn his loss. John Loebton was the guest ot his daughter. Mrs. Rachel Rash Sun day. Miss Hallie Carmical visited her sister, Mrs. Sophronia Carnen- j ter at Mt. Vernon. Mrs. Nancy Sickenhles who has been sick for some time is growing worse all the time. Bora to the wife of Luther Rasli April 1, a girl. The Holy Rollers had meet;ng at their church uear Hope'.vell Saur-da- y and Sunday. Mrs. Murriel Irvine spent Wednesday with her sister. Mis. Salne Sowder, There was preaching at Hopewell Sunday and Rev. James Barnes was elected pastor of the church for the coming year. Madam Ruruer, says there are to , & fcrSfis?! ayy&sSyj UHu I Ulllfi Por Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT. Po!3 A cgelablePrcparalionrorAs-similaliiiHicFooiTaiiuRcgula-tingllt- g ws.2 ?5T e StontacitsandBowlscf Bears the Signature of wv Prorcof es DiestionQ-eerfdnessandRest.CcataInsneitiinr OpiiaiLMorpkirie norIirraL - y Tl hOTNiRCOTIC. RtopeoroU&ZXZZmmR clMu I jtusiStci' Hrrffirsl- , In Itejiitetl- - Aiorfeci Ifemedv forConsflj; t ion , Sour Storaach.Uiarrim onas.i;oxTasions.scwBu.- Use For Over ivessMulLoss or Sleep. mz " r-- M racSMe Sinamre of ,. . The Czctaur Compakt, l"-- 2 " w- - .nrginj NEY YOKK.. Thirty Years mtti Esact Copy of Wrapper. m 1 TMt etNTiOB cowr.Ny. Htw v o crrr. ajiLiL isjusm lBll7'lBfBsWMswsPsyglfftTy'VVrPfflsTTyMsWi ' ; -- N AU ' VRRWI1W HflIfPT LU. - , ' ! ! .. ' Tf- - - ,1 , LIABILITIES Bast Remedy for Constipation, Sick Capital Stock paid in, in cash J15.000.00 Headache, Sour Stomach, Belching and 6,000.00 LIverTroubles. 25cPerBoxatDruffglsts Surplus Fund Undivided Frofits, less expenses and taxes paid 2,411.02 Deposits subject to SWANSON'S PILLS Total 97,134.93 I THE BOY WITH A BANK BOOK is the one who is froing to amount to something. JS'o need to worry about his future. If you wint to do best, thing for him open an account in your hoy the his name, at the BANK OF MT. VERNON. Give him tho book and teach him to save instead of spending. He will be glad of your teaching during his whole life. s Easily and Quickly Healed Thoso who suffer f rem Eczema, pitn. pies or other skin eruptions know T SKIN SORES ! check Time Deposits 53S.903.81 34.S20.07 ' 73,723.91 J97.134.93 asBBasBavfsBBBav V 1 THE V. BAN-- K OF MT- - VBRNON MT. VERNON, KENTUCKY, h. RICHARDS, President. A. 11. FURNISH, Cashier. valneas a soothlnsr. heal- Ineremedy for eczema, pimples, running sores, piles wounds, burns, 6alt rhum, and acne. A single application will usually clvo immediate relief. 'I ho burning. Irritating inflammation quickly Bill sides and tho sores dry and ring-wor- XBM we. w. lv. Kiciiatus niui a. i1.. Vur-- , nidi President find PashiHrnf Hi., nhi-ssssW expensiveand In named Bank, do solemnly swear that Bimple preparation known the above statement is true to the best as the Salve. It Is a carefully com- - of our knnwledfft and lwliif. KrWar pounded oint, W, L. ltichards. President. ment that for fifteen years lias A. B. Furnish, Cashier. proven Us live-Dro- p 'I hei els no need olsuilerlnir.You can easily get rid of It by a its miseries. Total State of Kentucky, jet . ' Duuscriut'ti ami sworn io oeiore me disappear. p Salve Is now put up In ZS The end 50 cent packages and sold by nearly all druggists. If it is not obtainable in your locality you ran order direct from Svranson It. C. Co, , 111., and It will be sent post, 168 Lake St.. paid upon receipt of price. It Is an nxrelloot teinedy for scroiulous affections, cracked akla and scalp humors. Five-DroCiik-apo- 4 this 16th day of April, 1913. My Commission Expires Feb. 11,1914. E, S Albright, Notary Public. QUxYKTERLY REPORT . The Celebrated Registered Combined Stallion M. Will make the season of 191.3 in our care at $"2'.00 to insure a living colt, money due when colt is foaled, mare traded, sold or bred to other stock. Due care will betaken to prevent accidents, but not responsi bio should any occur. In offering this very high class horse for service ne feel safe in stating that he is the greatest horse that evei stood in this county. A coal black with star and hind ankles white, DONN,3623 J. P. GRS51V Dentist Report of the condition of the Peoples Bank, doing business at the town County. of Mt. Vernon, Rockcastle State of Kentuck, at the close of busi-net- s on the 4th, daj of April 1913. RESOURCES $63,284,49 Loan and Discounts Overdrafts, secured and 1.604,87 unsecured 12 135,43 Due from Banks Cash on hand . 4.386,65 598 09 Checks and other cash items Banking House, Furniture and . uncle, Jerry Kash. Miss FUNERAL DIRECTORS, LiUie Clontz is visiting her uncle AND Joe Blackburn, at Hansford. As ZZ. 3IISAL3IKitb redbud and this is dotrwood. whipporwill winter all combined Mt. Vernon, Ky, we can't expect anything but cold weather and there is only one more winter and that is blackberry wmler- - Mrs. Emmie Barnes isl Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of recovering from a severe attack E work for the company. 3 of lagrippe. Miss Saiah Hurdlj Orders by wire promptly tilled, Hearse sent to all points 5 sr was the truest ot her aunt. Lieorgie week. Mrs. Frank S Burk last Mjinrto-p- i rr. 2 Stepl ens is on the sick list. 'z:Aa, r ,r T7 TT, r.T ,t Well never before was there such lfwmcu iUl v1"011 luonuinenrai nuiiumg muiNJl ll'J , . WW a Cry tor m. CU cows, ana UiiUUliUlilUWiUiliiHlUIUlUiiiiUiiliUlilUilillliiiUiUK tuwa aic owmic w v Mv mi sixty dollars. Mrs. bailie Sowder V and sister, Mrs. Cynthia Irvine' A visited relatives at Brush Creek rj Wednesday- .- Charlie Prewitt, of KaM-lOT- Cincinnati, is visiting his aunt. 4 Mllll MM M Mattie Cox, at this place. Tohnie ii A Harmon who has heeu suffering , for the past four months from a while working i: fall he received able to stir around the house and will soon be out again. Mrs. John Payne and little daughter Julia, of Chestnut Ridge are visit- - V ing, Mrs. John Fletcher, at this Plow gears, hames, chains, back bands, & place. his PRACTICAL UNDERTAKERS COUCH METALIC CASKETS Coffins and Robes. ; PrnPp1 HWPNQ Urfl(0, t " &l3yc&2yte3&Jffe nwii 3g:;l:; MM D DLBS, i I BBIPLBSg ; 'f Over U. G. Baker's Store Crown and Bridge Work a specialty. All work guaranteed. hands high, a perfect model in form and style. Goes ail the gaits with speed and action, and a fine breeder. See padigrae below : ir 7.989,14 Fixtures Other Assets not included under any of above heads current expense 1.01 S,02 " STRAIGHT AT IT. ( Black Eagle 74 W. T. FRANCIS, r Block Squirrel 58 f J Chester Dare DiguiU Dare Rer. No.1982 O 10 I.,annieGarrett47: o Welcliinont Mollie 70 Dave Akin 775 Win. Welch Abdullah Messenger Dam of Gill's Ver-- ( inont. ij ( Nannie I JwSP' Dentist Mt Vernon, Ky a o Lightning Reg. No.5-19- o (J o tl u I ( Home and office in the late residence i2r. Myers formerly occupied onOld i77.imnnl MainSt.,;Mt. Vernon. Duni FOUNDS FOUND, the place to buy Spectacles and Eyeglasses for $1.50and up. Gold, Silver and Aluminum Frames. Largest selection in town. Eyes Free. Years of experience. tested r Red Squirrel 1 J Black Squirrel fladreas 45S f Black Eagle 5S 1 Mo.lie 70 f The Shanklin horse Juris j "1 1 Nat Brown 81 f Cono.'er's Elastic I Dan 'Hennte f - JEWELER AND OPTICIAN. COX J. C. MOORE BROS. STORE 'I Not Traced 150820- t Wicks Chief R, H. CONOVER MILLER & BEAZLEY MT. VERNON. KY. Dentistgy. MT, VEKON, Baker Building, Up Stairs. Rooms recently occupied by Prs. Hatfield & Harris , Stark Bro's Nurseries & Orchards Co. YEAR BOOK of. JATTORNEY-AT-LA- 'C. Williama, MT. KY. On 2nd. floor o The Bank of Mt. Vernon, on Churc street. Special attention given " to collections.! ' Just say on 8 Postal Card: "Send me a copy of Stark Year Book for 1913. When writing, alio tell us how many trees, shrubs, vines, etc., you will probably Phone No. 8oi - VERNON. MAILED TO YOU FREE JW-OFFIC- E.- There is no use of our "beatWe1 ing around the bush". 91.016,69 might as well out with it first as , Total LIABILITIES We want you to try last. Capital stock paid in, in cash $20,000,00 Chamberlain's Couh Remedy the 1,700.06 Surplus Fund next time you have a cough or Undivided Profits, iess expenses and There is no reason so tar as 1.127,83 cold taxes paid we can see wny vuu suuuiu nui 6S.188,86 Deposit subject to check do so. This preparation by its 91.016,69 rpmarkable 'cures' has earned a Total and the State of Kentucky, world wide reputation gct County of Rockcastle, f even where speak of it people 'We, U. G. BakerandF. L. Thompson, in the highest terms of praise. Jr., President and Cashier of the above sale by Char. C Davis,. named Bank, do solemnly swear that It is for tlie above statement is true to the best For Sale: i tract of landseven of our knowledge and belief, (7) acres on the East side of R. U. G. Baker, President F. L. Thompson Tr., Cashier R. in Conway, Ky., good 8 room Subscribed and sworn to before me dwelling known as the Heath this 16th day of April 1913. property, built on modern style My Commission Expires finished in good style, with sum E. S. Albriaht, Notary Public. mer kitchen; good well, good barn and good garden; good store ' ouse 60 x 24 ft. and other out buildings. FOR FLETCHER'S One good 4 room cottage as good as new. well finished. About 15 young fruit trees. 1 will sell tor . A splendid $3250, on easy term-ods. J?or further stand to sel B s9 sBssssssU particulars address ine at Couway ' Ky., qr U S. WyATT, gerea, Ky., W. M.Hayes. Feb. 13-- 3 mo. . v collars, checklines, blind bridles, riding brid i &Jes, etcs McFerron house, near Signal, k W. T. DAVIS. fijpas6Japtc'jx$Pi?r (pe$3(dfceSe3!eSfc!efc Be Happy! Happy the girl, or woman, who has never suffered from any of the diseases of womanhood! Or, if she has been a sufferer, happy is she if she has learned of the wonderful benefits of Cardui, the woman's tonic! Cardui is a gentle, tonic remedy, for women's ailment It is a natural medicine safe, harmless, purely vegetable. It has been in successful use for more than 50 years. It has cured thousands. It should do the same for you. V Children Cry CASTORI A f ARDU L TAKE je I WomanVTonic The A TEXAS WONDER. The Texas wonder cures kidney Mrs. Mary Neely, of Denver, Tenn., says, "I think there is no tonic on earth, as good as Cardui. I used it with the yery best results. I had backache and nearly everything a woman could surfer with,' until ftoolc arduL " Now, J 'feel better tiian' have for 'two years." Tshall always recommend jGarduj to"" plheV suffering women. " can't." praise it too highly. As a medicine for Weakffred, wprnrput women, Cardui safe and reliable. Try jt, today. -- plant this season. , This Year Book is more than a mere catalogue of Stark nursery products, it Is 8 practical, easy to understand text book for the guidance of the man who plants trees. Our own experience of nearly 100 years, the reports of experiment stations and the opinions of planters from all sections are condensed and reproduced for the benefit of busy people. An encyclopedia of orchard information, containing full size color illustrations of gloriously tinted fruits and many photographic reproductions in black UNDERTAKER and white; also information on many subjects in which the orchardist is interested. Hundreds of varieties of apples, pears, peach, plum, cherry, apricot, quince, grape and all small fruits are described; weaknesses of each variety are pointed out find good points are explained. We feel that planters should know both. Those interested in growing fruits or flower or shrubs or shade trees will find this book of inestimable value; totally different from the average nurseryman's publications. It is a book you will keep for reference, and one on which you caa depend at being absolutely accurate. Write today for your copy. J. C. MeCLARY and EMBALMER Mount Vernon Monumental H Manufacturers of an( and Granite. Monuments of all Estimates furnished inds. on application. GEO. OWENS Propr Pone 1J2 STARK BRO'S Nurseries & Orchards Co. LOUISIANA, MO. Stanford, Ky and bladder troubles, gravel. Cures diabetes, weak and and all ame backs, rheumatism regularities of the kidneys and Reguin both men and women. lates bladder troubles in children If not sold by your druggist, will . be sent by mail on receipt of is two months' One small bottle treatment, and seldom fails to Send for testiperlect a cure. monials from this and other states. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive street St. Louis Mo., Sold bj druggist. removing for Sptclallsistnutioqs, and Write fp: Ladies' Advisory Dept. Chattaaoon Medicine Co.. CluHuMn T,n tjook. "Ifome Treatment fcY Wonjen." sept frpe.1 56 a WE USE'9 rf DANIEL BOONE AXLE GREASE Vrtl mmmmmmmmmm wmmmmmsi M4 fan'i have to grease but once a week. Made in Louisville by CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO.