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VERNON, sff " M3KafaUS' Established 1887 M ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL 25. 1913. n tfae courso of his conversation remarked that he was surprised to find such a quiet, peaceable place as it was, owing to the fact that only a few years ago it was dangerous to be out after night. We know that there has been an awful change, but we think that it is time, and we are satisfied that there is not a more quiet spot on the map than the little town of Livingston. Mr.and Mrs.George Hellard, of Hazel Patch, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Hellard. Joe O'Mary and little son, George W., visited relatives in Jellico, this week. Mrs. Sam Smith, who is in very poor health, seems to be NUMBER 30 i vi ? .. tuiii BSc5Hsa wi r vxv.ftvv rn n issK mwwwx m me y skx I will have two oDDonents. Mr. Tip Langford and Mr. Cain Mullins, both splendid good men, but as Mr. Langford ha-- ; alreadv been honored bv the voters acid Mr. Mullins has a splendid position with the L. & N. Railroad and dots not need the office as I do, and having never held an office, I trust the voters will give ray claim the consideration I feel that is due me, in your decision as to whom you will support in the coming contest. If elected. I will go into One term of office is all I shah ask. I am a office sober and come out of it the same way. 'the firmer and live lour, miles North of Mt. Vernon, and Mr. Long, who is also a farmer, lives about an equal distance on the tsouth hmvilermtv. , BAKER'S Diamond Brand ril , side. I believe I know the duties and character of service tht.t a faithful and efficient officer, is required to render and it elected let me assure one and all, that there will never be any cause for regret, upon the part of those who voted for me, because 4?,.; of the neglect or failure upon my part, to perform any obligation ' .',ii KfcA 1 VW'r'J'J" 'ill d .. w NI jcorniusr within the scope of the duties ol tne nigh shonn or a p,- Itlmiumlbi i r iour.s very i.nwy, coi.tcy. fit and style ol aH growing weaker. Bill Cummins, T. S BRANNAMAS. 7? F& ) . .i of Mt. Vernon, was here Sunday, otners but claimed that he was here viss wel1 is of e greatest iting relatives. Just wait and we will find out what relation he is 'to K&f , 1ft to yr importance $ a certain young lady in town. R: J. Lemonds has returned from Q Our supremacy in this Hi e Paris, Tenn., after a few days' visit is acknowledged by all who with relatives. Fishing has 'behave seen our Line this spring. gun in earnest and aj few have been lucky enough to catch some C The Diamond Bra nds lm e of the finnv tribe. given us tho Shoe business of S. F. Bw our town. We have them man, candidate to succeed himall makes and all leather.-- . self as County Court Clerk, was Patent Leathers, Vici, Gu 1 here Sunday telling some of his Metal, New Tans, Nubuck. jokes. He says his charce funny Canvass, Velvets and all th.s are good for re election. A. Httle new things. child of Brant Kings, died Friday the 11th, and, "was buried in the Q Once a customer, always Ward, burial the 12. customer on Diamond Brands. Reece Ward,, who bag hee.B siofc The style of Indies' Shoes is Clothcraft Clothes anywhere can wear or some time with typhoid fev$y of more importance today tha.i ta rapidly improving. There was the confident, comfortable feeling Nobby " last we are ever before. Our a man from Corbin, whose name featuring this season has a short vamp, you are as the fit and style are right we will not give, cam here Sunhigh Grecian instep, and we day night, and it wa3 soon found in the crowd. well dressed as any strongly recommend that he was well tanked up on it to our need not be afraid of the test of wear King Corney. Our marshal-'soohad him and he became the first you buy Clothcraft Clothes inmate of our new jail. Qn, "Mftivi they will be satisfied day morning he w. 'taken, to the .$25; you can Hall of, Ju.suc.tt, tried and fined $10. dressiness, style and keep their fresh-boug- ht Boys, w.e have talked, to you with the last day you wear tears n o.ur- $yej about s fcpqae shape from the first to yet yo will notJieed, quesou Sfld So go your up9, but if Judge Witt These insured clothes at gets hold of you, we will wager The Clothcraft gu:mu)tee After being solicited by many voters from different sections $10 to .$25 make it nnneecessary for the county, I have decided to present my name before the that the next time you come to of unakfis it town you will be sober. C. H. to take a chance. republicans of Rockcastle county as a candidate for County At- Rice has returned from Louisville, it) depend on your own yoii They raakp the difference torney, to be voted for by the Repablicans at the Republican after a stay of a few days n?, th judgmcttt alone in buying in your favor of perforcity. J. VV. Bake.r. ftf Mt.'Verpon, Primary to be held on the First Saturday in August, 1913. 75 Suits in small sizesr The things you clothes. mance over promise in t!io I have no JjxQd pode of principles, (or platform), to set was fa our pity, Saturday. Njisj .can't see ttv foresee are Pearl matter of getting clothe and only (carried- - CD 34, prqpqse tq iqake th,e race, Parker,Anghn, an.d Miss Sinie. forth a.s tle grounds, upqn. wlicl) of Mt. Vernon, wore covered by this broad mality and sorvice. i more thai) q say that if nominated, and elected. I will use al Jfly 4Lm . of :liher;tl guarantee which inIt's a difference worth time and energy to disohargo the duties of the Office jn a fair OanviUe. Ky.,The Hev. Cheek,the Overstock) To close out quickly at held servioes at per suit. Absolutely worth three and four times the price. considering. Ask us more piire wool. lasting jure and faithful manner. I consider a Public Officer the servant Presbyterian church, Saturday vckp about it before you buy r&ane, sat'si'actorv of the people who elect him, and that it is his duty to give his evening and Sunday. Rev. D. G. 80 strictly up-to-da- te Suits to and fMvice. xinw next suit. entire time and attention to the service of the people in transacting Combs, of Moorehead, Ky., will close at Factory Cost. If you miss this, yon have missel preach at the Christian church the His office d'iors should be open at all 24th of this mouth. T. T. Blan-fortheir business. your reasonable hours to them. of Louisville, was with his I am a firm believer in a (Square Deal). Is it fair and brother, 0. A. Blanford. Sunday. We can lit you in No. 5130, Gar Loa.d Stoves and Ranges Mrs. Bernard Hagan s 'siting j square to allow one man "Life Tenure" in Office? To do so means The Clothcraft BIe Serge relatives at Ilqwlna tlais week, Car Load to yjptte the very letter and spirit of our form of government; Special, 315. yalugfyle Pfcbjip sQrirjce js not the exclusive power qf one individual. LAlGDlQN '"'MEMORIAL Car Load Fence ' the beginning, I pledge mysf; tq In people, if ruminated, SCHQQL.. wijf be true tq the principles qf our. great Government. Jn. Received Car Load of Brand ihjs inanner ajone can a "Square Deal" bo issupefl. ?heRev, Mr. Michel, of Harlan, Fertilizers for corn and wheat. WQUld I av nnt ah"jng for thj office begaqse J tlpqk was a helpful chapel speaker make the host County Attorney the Qourity has had, but am recently liberal terms to good Farmers THE asking for it because I feel that I am qualified to hold the office, Sudie Huff spent the week and know that I will do my best, and I promise the ppople to end with Julia Dodd. ducharge the duties in a proper manner. Salhe Stewart, Ella Mae Coffee STORE I propose to make a clean, but vigorous fiht for the and Jalia Thompson were home We have the be-nomination, and I shall make every efl rt possible to see every over Sunday. on the market. voter in the county and discuss the matters pertaining to my iMlwg'rtHnlliirn fiir. ira Jr. Yhit0, of touisville spent Mfa In case I have opRosqn,, compajgn face Jo face with them. part of Thursday and Friday Iwiligladty campaign tje county wjf.1) ifly oppqiipfltarid dfaQqss the dormitory. While here, at he the questions together before th.e People, a.qc givgtheiu a chance examined the eyes, ears, nose and to see them in action. throat of every student both here I am a Republican and believer in the principles of tho in the dormitory and ' at the great party. A Party foundod by such men as Lincoln, Grant, Graded School. Blain and Sherman is good enough for me and the principles as Several full rehearsals of the enunciated by them can never die; they are Eternal.'- I can operetta "Sylvia" have For the convenience of families who can buy in goo.l been held truthfully say that I have never dodged nor rhirked when called quantities, we have added this new department. at the graded school. There are upon to do service for My Party. also many part practices each Now in conclusion. LOOK AT THE PRICES : I will say to the voters; inquire con- week. While the music is good cerning me, and if I measure up to the standard of what 3 t is also and attractive. Fine a hundred County Attorney should be, I will appreciate your support. The cast is as follows: or 65 cts a ba Yors respectfully, V Sir Bertram De Lacy B. a. THOMPSON. The Court Poet. Finest Pat- made, a hundred Mr. Victor Tate. or 70 cts a Judge L. W. Bethtfrum, Att'y C Prince Tohbvtmn LIVINGSTON. lb-TuC. Williams, S. C. franklin, and Lard, A Man of Consequence. 60 b Mr. T. J. Pennington has been Sheriff Niceley. of. Mt. Vernon, Jesse Fish. (a little more than 9 ft a ponnd.) appointed deputy clerk. We are were in our town Tuesday. k, H. William A Honest Farmer. Fine quality Roasted Coffee, pleased with this appointment, as Rice and brother, 19c a lb. Arthur, pf John Fish. Mr. Pennington is a nice nian and Paris, are visiting their parents, Robin A Country Lad lb. - - for Gran. Sugar well liked by all. This js another Mr. an4 Mrs. ;G. H. Rioe, this John Landrum. star in S.F. Bowman's cap. Ab week, Little Mpfi Dessia Niceley Svlvia Can 90c a doz Betrothed to De Lacy Can Corn 90c a doz. Sparks and two da ghters. of Mt. of Mt. Vernon, is visiting relatives Mrs. Annie Miller Hundreds of items sold at strictly Wholesale Prices. Vernon, were here between trains. here this week. L. H. Davis sold Betty Betrothed to William. Wednesday. John McGee. of his farm near Paint Lick for Miss Aberaathy. Danville, was n our town, Wednes $5,500. fishing party, oomt Arabella day. The case of J. A. Oliver vs. posed of the following, left for A Lady In Waiting at Court. Mt. Vernon N- - R. R. Co., for alledged. L. Clearfork, for.a ten, days' trip? 0, Tbitha Hiatt breakage of four glasses of jelly, J. Rice, G. W. Martin, B. Hagan. Watch Old up Her sister. is chock full m pi Aiaminta L"MI"BJ.'5g' wi in .'.'" .'. was tried Tuesday night and case W. B. Rice, and others, whose Minerva Pensil of good Mt Vernon. thrown out of court and cost names we failed to get The play Polly S. assessed against Mr. Oliver. exhibited here last Saturday night Molly stores and Farmers Daughters She's coming There is lots of whooping cough by the Mt. Vernon people was a Dolly, To the voters of Rockcastle: Friends of Betty good Mt. to the front I take 'his means of announcing that I am candidate for in our town at present and it success. There was an old citizen SfaJgtierite Lovell seems to be going pretty hard of Mt. Vernon here Sunday, sheriff of Rockcastle county subject to the action of the Republican Jeariijf Morrow Miller who We are not fooling around. merchants If elected Mr. R. H. Long will with some of the young folks. once was a native of our town and party, August primary 1913. Mary Mae Lathim. We are busy as bees. mx?TisraI II wa B IPW 'n'l ISBi! Shoes The w f A 1 f(jftWlf ill '&mf r$r "HmrumdiM f ariuca, g -- y ii Wear Your Clothcraft Clothes Without Worry that man gr-ound- YOU that You either When $10 w at that - them. HON. E. B. THOMPSON BAKER'S Men's 36 un-h-essa- ry A BIG About 35 SURPRISE )Q here-Saturday- Pn Pi J V' About Men's d, Furniture te SUTTON & McBEE Just "Fox" Most m CLOTHCRAFT MM ti" Say, Sinners, don't you neec a good Cultivator? SOMETHING NEW 1 Family wholesale Dept, Pat FLOUR $2.60 hr-igb-t FLOUR $2.80 bag $5.50 552 25 Bag - $1.20 Tomatoes a m.' ! ii U .G.BAKER The Man From Vernon MR. T. BRANNAMON Lit?- - MT. VERNON SIGNAL Friday, April 25, 19 13 Published every Friday by EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. TJBSCRIPTION Members of tne Legislature. Rockca'stle county, the 52nd. The first Senatoi from the county establisht in the State was found Advertising rates made known on was Gen'l William Smith from in 1816,'"' out of parts of Lincoln, application 1S34 to 1838 followed by John puijgki Madison and Knox Don't we know you don't mean it. A Moore 1S4.1: James S. Hender counties, named after Rociccastle MEMBER OF son '45 to '48; Milton J. Cook River which forms its Come in and smile. South east and Republican principles; non KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION '63 67, (father of Jarvts J. Cook border. political, tor any method of adTOM COVINGTON JR. Sll We're worthy of it. And theulothes and Mrs. G. M. Ballard). House The latitude of Mt. Vernon is vancements for my District and flxS&BKSs. Is a Dark B,iy, black points. 1(5 of Representatives. John Dysart 37 degrees 19 minutes, and longi- its people. arc, too. hands high, foalded April iHOS, was the first representative from tude 7 degrees 12 minutes from I hope to have an opportunity the county 18 14; William Carson Washington. The population of to meet and talk with most of you sired bv Allen Quaricrmahi, hoi by Tom Covington. 1st dam 181O, '26; Gen'l William Smith, county, 18 SPECIALS IN $15.00 SUITS 10. when county is be'ore the Primary, but, whether Maude, dam Orav Kugle. great graud father of Alvah Maret formed 1,731. 182o, 2,249; l83o, I do or not, I shall be glad to have $15. (JO Suits that laugh right out for ANX0LNCK3IKNTS. and great grand father of W. J. 2,865; 1940, 3.909; 1S50, 4,697; your support and promise, if Tom Covington, Jr.. is a coin- oined saddle and harness Horse. happiness. Newcomb and graat great great i860, In next elected, to put forth mv best, as , He possesses all the rive gaits DEMOCRATIC TICKET. prand parent of Will H. Fish, forty years the population doubled your Representative, in an effort $15. OU Suits that echo Springtime We Are Authorized to Announce to recflect credit upon mj' Dis- with speed, grace and action. He junior member of the clothing and census of 1910 W. A. TODD should trict, my people and myselt as a is a subjocttp for Jailer of party. .. aartloS of the DemocraticRockcastleAumst - house at the ''sign of the Fish" true type of the saddler in from every seam and button. tne In the ye-i14.47.iKy. 1840 there member of the next Kentucky xaarr. 1913. Post office: Level Oreen. beautv of motion and form: is Maconic building, this place, were 377 slaves in the couutv in $15 .00 Suits well, what's the good 375 General Assembly. fearless and absolutely sound. served more terms in the leglsla in 1850; L. P. Thompson REPUBLICAN TICKET. in i860 and 40 357 (Has already proven himself a line of telling ) ou all about them here in ture than anv other person rum free colord persons, and 1S70 COUNTY ATTORNEY. to Announce We Are Authorized breed, colts huge si.e and sp'en-!di- d our county, beginning as a repre shows a free colord populat.on E. B. THOMPSON the newspaper when we're SURE build. FOR FLETCHER'S. in 7817 continuing, until 369. It is believed today that u8tprimarT. iBi. This champion 6 year old stalI you will come in and look them over and including 1829, then in the they number less than 100 in the lion will make season of 19KJat Senate from 1S34 and '38. Uriah Ciounty limits. Announce We Are Authorized to COUGHS AND CONSUMPTION my farm irv one on, mavbe and let your wife CAM MUIJ.INS mile noith of Pine . Gresham, house representatives, , "-: Valuation of taxable property as u canmaiue iur ounuiw Pa Coughs and colds when neg-t- o Hill, Kv , at 10.00 to insure a ,he:uepu ca" vviv " see how well you and the clothes SarV.ui09i3f 1S24. '30 John H. Slaughter 18255 1846, $518,876. In 1870,1,033,-551- : lected, always lead serious living colt Season money due We Are Authorized to Announce Collyer, I83O, '33 '4o; EHsha CliaS. land valued at 2 i9 per trouble of the lungs The wisest become one another. parted ' A a candidate for ShsriffofKockcastle subject to' Smith 1831, 32, '42, '43 '45; his acre in 1846 and $4.06 in thing to do when you have a cold when mare is traded or 1S70. (Jot a wife t mary. ipi3. father Gen'l Smith was in Senato There was 12.0.10 uaunds toharrr,! that troubles you is to get a bottle with. Care takfti to prevent acnot responsible Wc Are Authorized to Announce Dr. Kiner's New Discovery cidents but during two of bis sons, Elisha's raised in the county in 1870, in of FHANK BAKER it's a happy world, this full of a candidate lor Jailer ol Rockcastle subject to terms of service. A John A. Mooie the same year the lists showd you will get relief from the first should any occur. the action or the Republican party. August dose, and finally the cough will John W. Hilton, Primary, 1913. grand things, if you will only smile 1834, the lawyer who prosecuted 161)3 horses, 196 mules, 4,644 disappear. O. H. Brown, ot Mus "We Are Authorized to Announce Ayril 11, 191 Pine Hill, Ky. Davidson, the first cattle 3358 hogs over six months cadine, Ala., writes: Jobnathan HAKRY JONES "My wife back . for Jailer of Rockcastle subject to A a candidatethe Repdblican party. August Pri- - man legal y executed in Rock- old, 746 tons of hay, 20S was ?own in betl WIth an ?bstiilte action ot the 875 siary. 1B13, cough and I honestly believe had And the $15.00 Suits are great helps castle county on charge of the bushels corn and We Are Authorized to Announce 9.354 bushels lt no 5een rQr Y)r. King s New I JAMES WXNSTEAD murder of Henry Langford whom wueot- ' Discovery to happiness. As a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle subject to she would not be living! For Infants and Children. the action of the Republican party, August Pri- he killed by stabbiug to the heart mary. 1913. The population of town of Mt. Known lor forty-thre- e We Art Authorized to Announce on street, between what is now Vernon in 1830 was 142; 1840; years as the best remedy lor The Kind You Hava Always Bought J. C. MXZE of J. Fish 209; 180 not enumerated in iSfin As a candidate for Jailer of Rockcastle subject to the business houses ukus aim cuius, nice 5cc ano Bears the the action of the Republican party, August Primary. 1913. & Son and U. G. Baker, Main it had fallen to 156: i860 places KO?Recomended by Chas. C. Signature of We Are Authorized to Announce M. C. SOWDEH and Second streets, Mt. Vernon. it at 252, Census of 1900, thirty -- ' .As atandidate lor Jailer ot Rockcastle subject to Livingston, Pri.1 J. L, Joplin, now of Harrodsburg years later shows the number to the action ot the Republican party. August mary. 1013. 909C0e0S9a;)C8?03'30a03000-'-isq..cso was a witness in the case. The be ntn tteeitt 9O 0 422. The next decade, i9io, COUNTY COURT CLERK Q0)eexecution took place just West placed tile population at to announce We are authorized 930, 9t... S. F. BOWMAN O ft3B0fc3C8g3cC&$: 2ecapc3fceC&&3 of town at a point about where doubling within ten years. as County Court As a candidate lor 900. Clerk ot Rockcaetle county, subject to the action the houje of So.-- ' tc3 Sowder Ktnmett A future article will deal with ofthe Republican party. August primary 1913. 'ijOO 60 stands. In a speech made by the that period between SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS. lo i9i3 joo.. 9 1977 OS "We Are Authorized to Announce doomed man, just before the fatal 00)9 ' .. . ortotr,?t' ) scnoois 01 nuui, ha untiiu o mc. ujunui 10 THE REPUBLICAN VOTJib b. candidate for Superintendent or Republican lr.i" ut ,,ti..,ri a Kocfccaatie subject to the action of tho 39 party, Augt Moore and his family saying the itnu. OOJ ERS OF ROOKCASTLE e MAGISTRATE. prosecuter had hounded a justified o COUNTY. a..a I We Are Authorized to Announce Ky j man into the grave and stating W. H. SOWDER. 0et. ,, A a candidate for Mairistrate First Masristerial London, Ky., Apr. 22nd, 1913. Ductmposed ot mcv non and walnut further You caused this killing .69 eae Grove voting preqincts, subject to the action ot the Republican party Keueral piimaryelwction, Aug-- 1 hv VOUr dirtv WOrk Elsewhere in the columns of the before the ust2. 1013. 03 B94'' -- , murder and afterward COMPLETE LINE Ainvite you to wait in our store 9(3 prosecuting Signal wijl appear my announce- Cf REPRESENTATIVE. r,.,A persecuting me. XTr... ment as a candidate for the Repub- 9ot 0 We Are Authorized to Announce nor auu 4.UU Coffins, Caskets and Eobes, I P. THOMPSON & while the mai! is being opened. In coo for Representative from the 70th ally of your family will ever be lican nomination for RepresentaAsa candidate Mail. Telesranh or Tele- 09 oc9 VOU aave tive from the Seventieth Legisla- C5 Laurel and Rockcastle, bubject to the Republican ' a SUCCeSS at anVthltlET. Primary. August 2, 18 13. OSe. phone orders Promptly M fact we 09 you to come in and see efl brought me to the gallows. You tive District, composed of the 6 ) OOee.. Filled. 9 Theiie are two ofthe relatives iand yours shall suffer aud before counties of Laurel and Rockcastle. Come Under the agreement now exist-id- g Qe. us in our new place anyway of Daniel Boone living in this many years disappear from the Oocount- - . William R. Boone a faCe of the earth". between the two counties, it is OA. o0 It is said the OO av Ceda:ville, in Southern part of.prophesy was fulfilled. time to send a man to the eo.. :3fcodfes&ca Henry Laurel's 9 very truly, Rockcastle and his cousin Mrs. Owsley, of Lincoln county for General Assembly however, the 9 a I . U. Uhandler, ot Bromo, bonth Laurel. Lincoln aud Rockcastle new Primary law will allow the . 9 county. i829, '31. C. Western portion of the Henry S. Langford Voters of Rockcastle to assist in o u Mr. Boone's grand father Thos. from Kockcastle, 1836, '37. selecting the nominee in the Pri- j eea was a brother of the great William H. Kirtlev, 1841, father mary, as well as, to vote in the Boone o.. Phone 29 ijiisg Leading pioneer. William came to Rock-i0- f Vm. Poynter and Mrs. D. C. final election, and I shall appreciate o THE H castle from Weatherford county Poynter and a brother of Charles your support. . 09 . ... North Carolina in i892. Daniel i Kirtley a well known lawyer in l Was oorn in rtockcastie countv Uiy !, was a great great uncle of Mrs his day. William B Moore 1847; d raised in Laurel:' am a RoduS- stands for methods which make linan-ci...9999B9999999EaB99Q'i(5303a9999OC-.ce- S wno is also aj0hnatban S. Langford 1849: I. a. uuandier, itiititntions of positive value. The native of the tar heel state and Milton J. Cook, 1800. (the year management of thia institution recojr-nizthat strength, above all else, is has been living in this county j the riter was born) '5?, '59, '6i; an aWlute essential factor in the consome twenty odd years. Johnathan Nerc6mb, a brother of duct of every lxink. Money-Savin- g the late Milton P. Newcomb and Power Lies in I'lirthennoiv. an intelligent Louisville, claiming to be a tfae ,atter of Mrs Dr S. W. of the individual requirements of Intelligent Buying city is up against the craze for Brown now Hving at Houston patrons is necessary to make its service to them what it really should le. side walks and streets, nd therf Tex acd Mrs. Qapt G. W. Roberts Consistently and steadfastly adhering is a now. going up uemanum of Louisville, l8s7, '59J E. B. to this theory. The Peoples Rank has 3TUDY THE FORMULA OF oreinances promoiung tne use 01 Batcheller, 18O1, 63; From enjoyed a substantial growth, loth in for skating LaureJ and Rockcastie) side walks and streets number of depositors and in the volume John J. purposes.. 1111s is more evmence Haley 1851 53, an uncle of C. C, deposits. Hank with us. of the slow poke easy pace that Williams and Mrs. Cleo Brown. THE PEOPLES BANK Louisville is known to nursue. From Rockcastle, Wm. A. Brooks AND YOU WILL FIND IT RIGHT Uur tittle town past sucli an j i863, I863 65, was the father ot MT. VERNON, KY. ordinance as soon as pavements W. T. Joe, lames and McCIellan U. G. BAKER, President. rusn carus, trnnue o. 1., were pur. uotvn. - n r..- - o ' Spreading Power - Durability horses we are and J.l'.E. DRUM.MOND, Vice.-Pre-i ot.nt 11UVV OUCCL, JUUIU U. UV.LUUU told are not allowed to monopo- - ,.,a,i niiii nn , :Qfi Ktt ttt n . and Beauty combined a nA F.L.THOMPSONJr., Cashier. ... ,, iiiiiiiiirii ibv au. ' iihviiiaa lize the side walks though skaters B. Davis who has been elected CLAUDE C COX.AsVt. Cash and billy goats may "scoot " and twice in late years as a repreSOLD BY roam thereon at will. sentative from Rockcastle Laurel, legislative district; Since Mt. Vernon started the the seventieth K. McClary, i867 69. a well movement looking to the con- John known practising lawyer and struction of Boone Way many of farmer the father of Will and our state papers are publishing Majorie McClary. ti. D. Cook matters of interest in connection 1371 73, lived near Conway and with the old pioneer. The latest died some twenty years ago. is by the Louisville Times of last Prom Lincoln and Rockcastle 9Maa99H9H9B9a99M9a9aaBHaVaa9MB19a9M9BBHB9ajBaHH Saturday, April i9tb. in which counties, John Witbars 18I2; Why the Electric Weld is the is pictured a beech tree located . P. Gresham From Rockcastle, Most Effective Fence-Joi- nt made in Iroquois park on which appears lived at Livingston and 1873 72 Electrically welding joints eliminates the fence. Electricity is the only medium the inscription "D. Boone 1803", conducted the Gresham hotel innumerable exposed wire ends, and which truly amalgamates metals makes been made by supposed to have across the river in Laurel county does away with sharply and tightly two wires one. As we use it, the galthe deer hunter vhile back on until bending one wire against another, which vanizing is piled around the joints, prothat county voted prohibitan. a trip from Missouri. The Gresham to continue his tavern fabric with absolutely cracks the galvanizing. The Electric ducing a one-pieBoone tree is a giant beech. "Weld makes every ounce of wire count dependable joints. Electrically Welded license got a special bill put for strength and durability no wasted fence-join(patented) are used only in I you need good pair of shoes Lincoln County National thru the legislature changing, the wire, no useless weight dragging down "Pittsburgh Perfect." The county line from the river into Bank, of Stanford in its splendid Made in Different Style, for HELD. FARM. RANCH. LAWN, Pvovv T is to your interest to examine VCry IVUU ClliaraTt(Ci CHICKEN. POULTRY and RABBIT YARD and GARDEN calendars in addition to a map Laurel running bo as to take into ofthe county shows the old and Rockcastle county all that portion Ask your dealer for "Pittsburgh Perfect" and insist on his furnishing it Do not allow him to persuade the line before you buy you that some other fence is just as good. If he doesn't sell it, write us direct. lying in the big bend of the new court houses and two views "PitUbursh Perfect" Brand of Barbed Wire: If you are interested in Wire Fencing, write of their bank building, have river putting his tavern into the Bright, Annealed & Gahranized Wire; Twitted for FREE copy of our ALMANAC, 1913 Cable Wires Hard Spring Coll Wire; Fence latter county and that terr.tory traced out the route of the "Old Staples; Poultry Netting Staples; Regular Wire NniU; Galvanized Wire Nails; Large Head Pittsburgh Steel Co. Wilderness Road" from Crab so remains today within the bounds Roofing Nails; Single Loop Bale Ties ; "PittsMr. Gresham burgh Perfect'? Fencing. AU made of Open of this county. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Orchard through Stanford out the Hearth material. ot., rw mmi,7T Miss Tabitha Ward, to North West married Danville pike daughter of Reece Ward and a border of the county. CA11YA ONE YEAR $I.OO will be the brother of the late Samuel Ward. candidate to be elected to JohnM. Fish, 1870 77, a farmer next Legislature the Kentucky to ana once Caunty Judge and lived Represent the seventieth district. at Buckeye, was the father ot Hiram. John B , Geo. C, F'sh and Stalisticsjof Rockcastle County Mrs. Mollie McClary. This brings from 1812 to 1878. the legislative statics up to 187? the year the rlter located in Mt. By Maret. Mat B. SkWet.l James Vernon. " K TO YOUK PLUMBING.1 licun hv choice; have contributed my time d id 111 ans toward ihej You knmv what liappens in a success of the Grand old Partv in house in which the plumbing is ' every election since I became a poor condition everyone in the voter and have been unswerving house is liable to contract tphoid in my loyalty to party principles 'or some other fever. The digest ive organs perform the same and nominees functions in the htitnnn body as 1 uesire 10 say to my menus ana . tht pi.,inbic, does tor the houe. toihegood people cf Rockcastle and they .should he kept in hrt tbatl shall endeavor, if nominated ' class condition all the time. If vou hive anv trouble with vour iiQ oriri Vll.VUlVA , tr cr,. ai.r.taA " U1V. . V' 5i taU( digestion Chamberlain's interests of the entire people of my district: in matters poliiical, Tablets and vou are certain to get quick relief. For sale bv C. standing for Republican measures C. Davis. 00 -- D ON'T BE GROUCHY. I J ic Don't come in with your mind m:ule ii) yon wouldn't buy a Suit from us at any price or that our Spring stock isn't nice. i J '2:-.- d N- - r I Sei'on&YiS'p'sentative -'t Children Cry C ASTO R A : 1-- 4 a. a , ' , j-i- 1 ' CASTOR A I to-day- " I - Sfe 0 E. L. Cockrell Ky. etaioeo9aiii)Ra9caoiea C'9 .... ..... CRICK'S PLAC Opposite Post Office We GRANVILLE OWENS UNDERTAKER ). 09. e. Brodhead f , (ta. (.. j j ' Qf want .9 :: J Yours &$x$x$&ex . CHAS DAVIS Druggist -.. tila)4olaaeaaaao.aoaea..o0 aiscootattsofeaooie3) (!- ........ Ft al j es I appi-eci-atio- i Hanna's Greer Seal Paint I ;- vvheel-bairows cfu C-- s. For Sale by J. B. NOE, Mt. Vernon, Ky. Pittsburgh Perfect" Fence ce JONAS McKENZIE SELLS THE SELZ SHOES "ROYAL BLUE" a Sek ts F it lEkAtW JONAS McKENZIE MT. VERNON, KY. IP MWMMWMMBWWWMMMMKMwMiMKiiMMiigr'CTi'ramL,jj'uif fgm.'g mew wvwomirfvafvm,frwam7mmKvrmnmmtnmm.wrwm9er- ,.! tmn is spending a few days with Mt. Vernon, Ky5 Apr. 25, 1913 her son. Jacob Elder this n'eek. dresses, L.UU1.& Big li.e tl Miss Mattie Adanis spent Saturu "No. 79" whe skirts and waists at TACali day and Sunday with relatives at Myouwan toCommun 1 Sutton & McBee. cate Willi SIGNAL Maretburg. Deputy Sheriff Grif in was in town Thursday roundCall on me for Harnees, Saddles VV. T. Davis, baclr v. C. Tur-piing up for big court. Bridles. Etc Dr. Frank Gunsaulus, one of of court house: Jesse Wallin, M. A. Stevens, the best known lecturers ot tin; Whim Asains, and Mr. and Mrs. zs- - r u)TH. i f 4f The Willing Workers will serve country, will be one ot the big days ago for Go. Fogle left a few Ice Cream Saturday afternoon, drawing cards of the K. E A. Louisville A Nashvillc R R.Co. Perkins, Whitley county where April -- inn. in iiis. -- icu jjiuwu o Circuit Court will not begin theyaie employed by the Lyons shop. TIME TABLE until Wednesday April 30, on Lumber Co. The play given by the pupils acc0unt of Judge Newell, ot 4.59 p m 2'2 ucrtn.. Mrs. J. B. Pike left Saturday .. 3:53 am of the Mt. Vernon Graded School Maysville, who is to hold the for Mintonville, Casey County, 24 norm 4!3 south . ...11:38 am at Livingston Saturday night was COurt being unable to reach here where she will join her husband thr.t date. 12:19 a m a success 21 South who is looking after the interest Agent. will be of the Lyons Lumber Co., at people All ki il.s ot shoes and low cuts Mt. Vernon Jas. Landrum, black, tans and white for women interested .11 knowing that Mis that place John M. Crawford, Phon; No. 8. and cnildren, in every Style and Gins. P. Weaver of Louisville, one of the most enthusiastic r I ?yi5JsVy t ShnHreil at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Postoflice ti ' 'or-- r SuTTOV & McBKE. who was here last fall under the farmers and stcck raisers in this price. mail matter. as. is part of the county, lost a fine Col. Henry M. Exall, President ausoice.s of ttie Woman's Club speakers at the mare Saturday valued at $2oo. of the Texas Commercial Congress to be one of the PERSONAL Mrs. Ellen Mahaffey's sale was 'has a timely subject in "The K E. A Lawrence was in London Teachers Agricultural Opportunity James Saturday night. Anril 26 at wen attenaea, ana mosr, an Monday on business. brought a verT and Responsibility. 7:0 o'clock will be held the articles offered preached at V. H. Brown, of Rev. G. S Watson l.ur price The Moutesson Method in Edu- closing exercises of the Primary Lincaster, was in town Tuesday. Booneville last Sunday. cation, oue ot the subjects ol department of the Graded School. J. Fish was in Richmond on special interest to teachers, is to On account of measles, which it H. R. Gassoway, a brake man business Wednesday is fe2red will break out in the was struck by falling rock as he be discussed at the K. E. A. by tunnel entertain- was coining through No. Mrs. R. B. Mullins and son, Miss Florence h. Ware, ot tile school, the primary Benjamin were in Corbin Sunday. Iowa State Teachers College ot ment will be held a little early between Liv ngston and Sinks, and to these exercises the parents and was seriously injured. He Casper C. Adams is here tor a Ues Moines, la are most cordially invited and was abie however to come to few days from Harnsburg, 111. The Woman's Missionary So- - urged to attend the pupils of Miss his place with his ci'ew, where i... .,1, ,, his wounds were dressed by Dr. James Cook Jr., of Jellico is ciety of the Presbyterian v;uui.u ... . ... r .. county, held its Aoril meeting at iheL u .aiers ami iwiss lucrurruu win visiting relatives in this W. F. Carter. Rail Road Sui unci pari the young fellows like Misses Alza Thompson and home of Mrs. John Brown. The geon. John and Joe Sowder of In the rush last week our Paint Lick, and Galen Rogers, of Besste Povnter were in Crab greater part of the program was Clothes is the best reason proof reader failed to ''diskiver' Sunday. Orchard Saturday and devoted to the btudy of Western Crab Orchard, attended the Mrs. older men shouic! like them too ; we have styles Lands. several outs, emirs etc., and he Mahaffey sale last Saturday.-Will- is Eastern in Everett Mullins and County Women has sjnee been in hiding to escape Mau-age- r for everybody Bushel was in Stanford Clerk S. F. Bowman were in LivJ. A McDerinott, General bodil liarm from rathful cqntrtbu trains Sunday. ingston between Sunday. of the Baiboursville Bricfc on Luther expect to com- & Tile Co., was here a few days tors. In the article Vula Reynolds, thp Mrs. Sutton & McBee Burbauk, the plant wizard the widowed datightev of Mrs, Led mence excavating and getting ago, and closed a deai with v -- ' building right away. Sutton & McBee for the brick tvpes made the address Santa C'uiiey, of this place, bought a ready to go to Paso when it should hav bell Santa , so far as you are concerned, this store Ben Griffin has gone to Chester-Tenn.- for their new building, which they Rosa Calif. In the article on houso and lot from L. N. Van-hoothis week for $2fio.oo and to take charge of the books expect to have ready for occupancy simplified spelling where it sas is the merchandise, will build a handsome addition & Longmirfi'S crusher by August 1st. for Sparks "There is engendered a disbelief value for your money and we give to the houso TIih scheme of plant. The April Open Meeting of the in lerning and a total 'look' of W dter Robins and Miss Virginia Willis Adanis who lia hee jn Woman's Club will be held to- confidence along with the best of service, in inference should Davis to keep thei.i marriage of evertfj for the past California night at the home of Mrs. Albright read '"lack of confidence etc. the 22th instant failed, and the months is at home for a short Miss Wanzer and Miss Rowlee -Hugh Miller, reports that he is fact became knovvn Monday. It cvhile. entertaining wkh her. The prin- having fine success with his is rather natural tor the writer .Urs. R. L. Collier was operated cipal speaker of th evening will A He has to wish them happiness and bunch of spring pigs. Each cm in Louisville Tuesday for tumor be Prof, foinitb, of Bprea one gjlt that farrowed 11 fine unbounded success iu their 3 Look All She stood the operation fine and member is invited to bring one large healthy pig;, all on foot. wedded life, and their man is getting along nicely guest. Around for the Tij- - sow only has o Jteats, and j riends jointym.-- . W. V. .igsb.y that We regret to learn The L. & N. R. R offers special il is aniusiiig lj see the oid pig wa j ii Pfem:hersvi,Ue Tuesday, the Sign Grifiln vho recently re- rate tickets as follows: Johnny kd'ambio and fight for q. piace on business. Mrs. O. F. Wa,tso Busy of the named from Louisville, where he Lexington, April 29th, to May He invites all l)og fanciers to call was the guest of hev iqter, Mrs,. L HJw lu&derwent a serious operation, is 8th . round trip 3.50. -- Z Z On . around, ff) Hillsdale P)age a)n Jomi Hldrir., Stindiy and Mpnday. Corner ' " jstiU Swving some trouble. SSPras ifis-- ns cgiJsss-8Kentucky Association Spring look at Iheae tur)c-- Tet'sey litters. Vy. S. Pisl. XS tle telerhan.0 fudge And Mrs. S. D. Lewis are mat meeting: Nashville Tenn., The grandfiire of this bunch sold pole man fron, Stanford Wan in THE HOME OP GOOD CLOTHES. rejoicing eye? 1 he arrival of their June 1$, 20 3d 21st. limited to for $i5oo in D. Stauhberry's town this weylr. 1WIII11 iiUMHWlFiH nil first born, a &U SJb. boy, born Julv 3, $7 9& t&ttCt tPp on ae sale a Newport, Tenn., ad the Saturday flight, astf christened count ot World Vae i3faca,il((?ot this iu sol(j for4I0 jn) Weber. Mother zzi babe Philathea Union; Lexington June the saic of J. f). Kerfoot. at David doing fine. ii)d. od 3rd. limited to June 8th. Elizabethtown, Kv. He will ifip, on account show you a bunch of cherry red Jrs. Ab Sparks was called to $l.jo imn ,oufs;ille last Sunday on account United Commercial Tfayejer$ As- pigi; that was sifed by old Col, of the cious Uluess of her mother sociation: Birmingham A)a.5 April Kjnjr, sajd. tq be t)e best boar who is i& a- very serious con- 22, 23 and yi Unified to 4?fil 30th south of the Ohio River. dition and will feflve to undergo $11.25 round trip, account- ti' National Good Itoads Federation; .an operation. IWODHKAll. J.vdge and Mrs. R. O. rijljams Lexington, May 15, 16 and 17 round arrive from Covington to- ftmited to May 19, $2 70 Mining Be sure and attend the comnt of Kentucky night,, rfnd Mr. and Mrs. Af. C. trip, aseotf mencement exercises at the Williams cyill drive over from Institute; Atlanta (la, April 23 Graded School Tuesday night, May 2nd. ijfs.fio Tlje Intermediate Somerset tomorrow to spend and 24 limited April ?9Ul. account Southern grades will vyitU their mother, her seventieth lound trip, piesent a rel treat in S iciologicdl Congress. anniversary. Wednesday plays and farces. Davis -- Robins: Mr. Walter night April 30th the "Big Phy." Judge B. J. Bethurura not Corny Tuesday having recovered sufficiently trepj Robins, of Brodtiead and Miss will be given. bis recent operation to hojd thjs Virginia Davis were married at night and see your own children term of the Rockcastle Circuit the residence of Mr. and Mrs. perform, its free The '"Big play' ewcotnb is worth seeing, so dont any one Court, the Governor has ttamed j?red L. Durham, on Judge Newell, of Maysville, as A.ye, Judge L. W. Bdhurum said misf, Aunt Judith Chesuut is is a new play, out, is covered by a copyright, and is only special Judge. Court will begin the ceremony which made tliem visiijng friends and relatives in played by permission. Crab Orchard, le will ajsp visit on Wednesday instead of Monday. man and wife. Mr,. Rofcins js brother of John Robins, of Brod' her son at Franklin Tenn, before doubt the best ever given in this section. Proceeds is an extra fine play bead, and is a splendid young returning home, Mrs. G. A LOCAL man. 1 he bride is a daughter oi Wheeldon and little son wore in go to the School Library. cos'flUnient at the Graded Mr. W. A- - B. Davjs aud a most Mt. Vernon Sunday and Monday. The 'School is now wore than 400. For the charming young lady. Mss Xlqrenae Pennington is years she has 'been an down frqm Livingston spending ti Shoe and harness repairing past seven neatly done. "W. T. Davis, back almost indispensible ftsset to the few days with her sister, Mrs. O Signal force and no one knows A. FrithMrs. Maud Sprowle of court house. uer true wortQ or biRl1 cIl3ractel' is suffering with an attack of Make Learn the value of time woman tnatsneis osuet uiau rheumatism, K. L. Stringer and minute count Ot every working the swter. The groom is certainly Preston Banley 'ere up from something for you. to be copgrfttulated on winning Lebanon again Sunday. There Interest is created in the very beginning and the suspension is almost unbearable snep il noble helpX,. T. Stewart sold a few days the hand of must be some attraction. Mr. Jt is with mate til rough hfe. before the climax is reached. since a nice bunch of hogs, deep regret with the rest flf tbo and Mrs. Bert Henson of Danville lbs at 8 cts. averaging 240 force that we lose her from our afe spending a few with the number, but with her goes the Jatters parents, 'Mr. and Mrs. Go to W. T. Davis on Old Main wishes of us all. for the Chint Lear m the Hiatt section. street back of Court house, to get best happiness and prosperity of her your shoes and harness repaired. and hers through life and may Miss Lou Phillipps was over from 8 o'clock 7 o'clock hernejv life and new duties be Wildie and spent the day Monday Doors open Work guaranteed. Curtain rises by that degree of with her cousin, Miss Miranda surrounded 3STw foaes: Dr. Walker Owens, will enjoy it. Come. play is seeing. happiness and gunsbine of which Tate Ben Riddle of Walnut No. 21-- I, and Judge J. W. Brown, she is so justly detarving. Grove, was here Tuesday on bis both being located in the Ho. 21-JllilHfl way to Louisville. Mr. and Mrs- .new Miller building. T. H. Likins, Misses Minnie Gen.Mr. J. 0. Phillips one of the try and Clyde Watson and Messrs Be in your seat by 8 o'clock. suljctantial citizens of the East 10 Frank Teuton, H. L. Wjllspn and sidetfj the county died Sunday oi Everette Watson attended the the cfirmities of old age. play at Crab Orchard Saturday It Crab Given May 1. night. B. P. Wi'.mott and Frank of Lebanon Prof. O, J Wilson, Ward were in Marethnrg between Junction has been elected principal trains Sunday, Misses Mary and of Livingston's New Graded Brodhead for your reserved seat. Phone Prof. Lottie C ollins of Crab Orchard, School. Miss Tempest "Ward, of were here and soent the day with Urodbead and Miss Jessie B. Mrs. T. H'. Likins Saturday. Smith, of Berea, were chosen as Miss Minnie Hiatt of Quail, is the other members of the faculty. visiting relatives and friends this MADE AT HOME There will only be the three L week. Mr John Riddle of Wal- teachers this year. IVf-- ML VERNON SIGNAL Preaching at the Presbyterian cnurch next Sunday morniug and ."79 A physical culture drill by 3ooo Louisville School children will be one of the entertaining features of the K E A. When shoes ar? the question Walk Over is the answer. Don't fail to see our line of low cuts. Sutton & McBee. nut Grove, was in town Sat urday. ,- ? W.l l?.l,1ni. ,.J n, il? "r I iu-tor- e , j i . 1 ." 1 -- BECAUSE FISH'S why SI k About YOU want that GOOD SUITS $10 $15 and up ne-epu- nt Fish -- ii. W&$ - u Winning A II IlrSr III This TH E of La n-i- Comedy Drama in five acts wi!l be staged in the School Auditorium at UfQHnQQfly just ifili AflPli ill This No The Big Commencement Play is Given By TWELVE WELL CHOSEN CHARACTERS. - . dt-y- s TIME OF PLAY worth at 3 HOURS at This You ADMISSION at -- A Royal Baking Powder Hot Biscuit is the luxury of eating Reserved Seats 15 cents Extra. and 25 c. Same Play Orchard, Thuis. Night, See Twice Teuton, at CnMF Ql PFf -- Ita. ' vtUA.J-siSHOW T0 FSSEfcuut viia-w- T" -- The The tribune, published at Lewisburg, Marshall county Term- t n n essee. aDout 70 nines boutn 01 Nashville has the following write up of another big crusher plant Awn before their time through ignorance and to be established by that enterZ t old cr nra Mental the improper handling of this human mechanism. or hot prising and hustling firm, W. J, a confused head, backache, headache, woman y Ehcs and many symptoms of derangement of theof what to Sparks Co., whose headquarters "ystem can be avoided by a proper understanding are at Mt. Vernon. K: all women. do, in those trying :imcs that come to A valuable iudustry is the mammoth rock crushing plant smut; do my work. would die. I was (I employed three) Laid Ithe time, r inuiy. inot able to soon to be installed by the W. I row dldcd to try it. I had not i'v Pierccl ?mo nKSS-antopra all. Sparks Co., one and one half mile I found it had done me aopd. bottle until . r.'nbutonc z - ., ,.i ,.Hitt Prescription" and two of uorth of Lewisburg on the Lewis-bu1 iia able to do all my housework, und have R.unca who iSYJSdav oritaoJv eall vomcn It's U'suffer from framta tnjuWc on nlv medicine & Northern railroad a briel P. r o 1&5S. Wli.Lil.M3. sketch ol which appeared in th c Tribune a few weeks ago. To Registered Combined Stallion know that this great plant is tc Celebrated bi put in ani operated by the W. J. Sparks Co., is for the people of Lewisbarg is to feel a the .reason of 1918 in our care at $12 5n to insure a living great pride in and appreciation Will make for all who colt, money duo when colt is fnatal, mare traded, sold or bred to other of the institution; Due care will betaken to prevent accidents, but not responsi know the personnel ol those who .stock. In ouVring this very high class hois. f.r havD been carrying on the work luV should any occur. feci sale in .taring th.it he is the greatest horse that ever of this cotnp.iuy 'here for the past service we stood in this county. A coal black' with star and hind ankles white, year in railroad construction are with their busine.s.-policieI'tV, hands hi'rh, a perfect model in form and style. Goes ail the delighted : and the value of theii aits with speed and action, and a tint? breeder nee paaigi oe uesow f Itlack Eajjle 74 identity with L.evisburg as I a tbr yui woman of the rnother is Ona great seen iJ voutfi cr.d bcwly ytcn and wslMicing. Evciy woman. - wcn.unty ta.tV',.-.the proper -- - - . - .. r- hemhvsicsl moko e :0, good 0way to ., up. A young or old, should u.iu l, ' , dvfcer " by R. V. l'icrce, M. D., which can arrive at this knowledge is r- -i sending thiuj-on- e radilvbe procured by TV' '. ., Dr. Pierce, at Buffalo, n. i Me!, cgn oniv be compared to the in- nh:n ThC rSo7nb4i-"fBlwatwhich will keep in gcod running order only mech-wit- h the right time, so that the delicate goodcare and ftc pro, ur oiUntf tjmcs yQUn(, w '- jtfi. . - &- fi - Hiyiw kAisi VjWl5w5a? wy, SPARKS in Zaam!tZShe3S3gMhM2ittf2 cL-C-- CO. ut..j Tennessee. 1 rt c rS'V v sir -- "" ".---"-- - g -- yc- M. DONN.3623 s ( Block Squirrel 5b Sparks, more fa( miliarly known as "Abb" Spark NannieGiirrett in Nannie who is a brother of Mr, W. J. I Diguity Dare i ( Win, Welch O.IMS-is frequently I Sparks and Kejr. Welelniioiit , here in connection with the n jzziinont it of their I Atidulhili business company, u f riiiiv '.r. - Da: u Duui stated a few facts concerning the ( JUOllt. new enterprise wbloh will be ol i. f Black Eayle great interest to the people ol Black Squirrel 53 1 O Moilie 70 a Lewisburg. f Red Squirrel fTheSlianklln horse Mr. Sparks says that prelimiHadress 45S nary preparations are novv beinj: (.Juils i Lightning made to establish the plant and in Kfc?. J..o.yjs:; f Conover's Elastic Nat Brown SI the near future the rails will be ( I Hcnnie I Dan laid from Lewisburg to the I v..t Trowl ir.nuon) quarry to transport the heav t Wicks Chief machinery to the site and ! August 31 it is expected to bt ready for work. There wi!l be horn i& to iH cars of this materia STRAIGHT AT IT, folETALJC JIT. VEUXOX. KV. The readers of-tpaper .will .nd machinery. As to the lite There is no use of our "beat he pleased to learn that there is ZZl : of this institution it will be per ing around the disease z al ,eaSt onti dreadful We bush". Licened Embalmer will have charge of that line of This company manent. might as well out with it first :us that science has been able to curejt work for the company. 3 nil its stages, and that isl g other plants which havt last. We want you to try in ., . .... . ., Catarrh. ti-- ii .1 uiiiti i u r. vjuit: 131 i Mini i...iH been in operation for years. Hearse sent to all points :hamberlain's CoupIi Rem,tvii,-i,- i. rwlut-- s uv w,ie Pmpuy lined n, ,.i This compauy comes asking lext time you haven cough or to the medical fraternity. Catarrh's nothing but liberal and fail com ManagerS GE i uere is no iea on .so iar as Deing a constitutional uisea.se, re- is one that will ve can see whyou should not quires a constitutional treatment ST Office Mt, Venioli MoilllILeiiTal Huikliiir treatment and " P1IOXE 11" leave a thousand dollars for each Io so. This preparation by its Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in )) dollar that is taken avvay, one tha-i- remarkable cures has gamed a termlly, acting directly upon the iiiiuuiiiiiiuimiiiiuiiiiiiuuimuuiiiiiiuiiiiuiuiiiiiiiiiiiiK blood aud mucous surfaces of orld wide reputation and the system, thereby destroying the not exhausting our timber 01 the mineral wealth, using up our jeople even viuiv speak of it foundation of the disease, and L? m the highest terms of piaise. oivirnr tbf nJlt ion t ft trfnfrli liv r fences and not depreciating tht W&i 5vTT T5! KH opm It is for sale by Cha- -. C Davis, r.-nr a. building up the constitution and && lertility of our 'soil, one thai ?? JtSFtaA. ijEsJ' 7- m& a&9 WS3 nature in & will make something of naught Fqr 3ALRJ l tract of laudseven assisting The proprietorsdoing its o have work. V BPgagatgYgATOTTFffi This company has procured 7) acre on ihe East side of H. much laith in its curative power-tha- t about 60 acres of land that was ii. in Con way, Ky., good S room they offer One Hundred assessed last year at about $100 dwelling known as the Heath Dollars for any case that it fails f3 and expect to quarry from it property, built on modern style to cure. Send for list of testiabout one half million dollars finished in good style, with sum monials. Address F. . Cheney & Co., fi worth of stone Will kitchen; Toledo, Ohio. A Picture of Contentment 11 calculate the percentagesome one mer good good well, good barn of in and garden; good store Sold by all Druggists, Tii". $ siasai crease in value created? 60 x 24 ft. aud other out buildings. Take Hall's Family Pills for , , All men look pleased when they smoke This plant will employ directly One good 4 room cottage as good constipation. this choice tobacco for all men like the rich gears, hames, chains, back bands, t: about 70 men the wages of whom as new. well finished. About 15 quality and true, natural flavor of HI ATT will amount to about $2oo They young fruit trees. 1 will sell lor collars, checfclines, blind bridles, riding brid J will use about 300 h p iu the S3250, on easy term-Our new mercnant, Mr. A. G J A splendid tt&2fiLeA4 ' V plant p.oper a 100 h p air stand to sell g rods. For further Grider, is putting in a splendid gles, etcs, McFerron house, near Signal. compresser to compress air for particulars address me at Conway line of new go ds and seems to be i-doing a rushing business, in fact, tf$ drilling blast holes and a 200 h Ky., or U S. Wyatt, A --m .. our -- city is on a ooom. tienry w- p engine to dri- - e the three Berea, Ky., j rY Parkerson, one of our good far- V crushers one with an opening Feb. 13-- 3 mo. W. M.Hayes. mer., has just added a new Disc' weighing 160,-oj- o 25 x I50 inches pounds and two of about PAINS IN THE STOMACH. harrow to his list of farming im- -' Smoked in pipes by thousands of men everywhere If you constantly complain oftplements. 'A workman is known 33,000 ea:h with openings of 11 known to cigarette emokers as the makings." pains in the stomach, your liver by his tools" and a farmer is no x 70 inches. The largest piece or your kidneys are out of orde-- . exception to the rule. We take unusual pride in Liggett & Myers Duke's iu the large crusher weighs 40, Jise Lear Neglect may lead to dropsy, Mii?ture. It is our leading brand of granulated tobacco has lately returned home for a 000 pounds and if anyone wishes kirlnev trnnhle. dirbetes or Briprht's and every sack we make is a challenge to all other tobacco ' "Try Cardui," vriies Mrs. Z. V. Spell, of Hayne, N. C Henry Hysinger the contract of hauling it out. Mr. disease. Thousands recommend short time Every 5c sack of this famous tobacco manufacturers. " I was in a very low state of health, and was not able to contains one and a half ounces of choice granulated Sparks says they can apply to Klectric Bitters as the very best was in Berea, Wednesday buying , be up and tend to my duties. I did try Cardui, and soon toliacco, in every way equal to the best you can buy at pny and kidney med cine building material for his new stomach Mr. Whitehead or Mr. Bar ringer. began to feel better. I got able to be up and help do my H. T Alston, of Ralelg . dwelline house which will he price, and with each sack you get a book of cjgarejttfi The stone after being drilled made z r rr i. t i :.i. " papers FREE. in. .i., wno suuereii wiiu pain u housework. I continued to take the medicine, and now I and blasted will be loaded by the stomach a d back, writes: erected soon. Sam Maharg and If you have not smoked the Duke's Mixture made by am able to do my housework and to care for my children, JAjgelt $ Jlyert Tobacco Co. at Durham, N. C, try it now. two steam shovels into cars and "'My kidneys were derauged and I. B. Chesnut ware over at the and I feel as though I could never praise Cardui enough hauled by small locomotives to mv liver did not work right. I Maiden Ridge nursery a few days Get a Camera with the Coupons for the benefits 1 have received." Save the coupons. With them you can get all sorts of valu the fcot of an iucline near the suffered much, but Elec ric Bitters ago buing a supply of fruit trees. able presents articles suitable for young and crusher, The cars wijl be pulled was recommended and I improve They teport a promising outlook Aid ; men, women, boys and girjs. You'll be delighted to see what you cangetfrjee withup this incline sjnjjly arid dumped from the first dose. I now tee for frnit growing in Rockcastte, out one cent of cost to you, (3et our nev like a new man". It wil imprt ve, Jnto the large crusher four yards yora too'." Qnly 50c and SLpq for Prof. G. U Smith, the proprie-pop- . illustrated catalog. An a special offer, toe toill send it free daring September and is not a. laii yho dqn thingpt a time .at ttb.e rate of about 40 Reeoinraeijdet hy ChasC. Rayip fJctober only. 1 our name and address 3 hy halyes. He owus some three cars pef houp wln'cli wjll crush (On a postal will bring it to you.. hundred acres of mountain land them to five inches for the Cardui is successful, because it is made especially for Coutoru from Dale's Mixture may be 01- FOR FLETCHERS of Contorled with lazttreni HORSE SHOE. J.T.. about one mile south-wes- t women, and acts specifically on the womanly constitution. maximum stone. GRAN- TINSLEY'S NATWRAI, Cardui does orte thing, and does it well. That explains way, wjiere he has growing libit 1W151, coupons Irtfia tuuK It passes from this crusher into ROSES (10c tin double couUrfY. PICK the great success which it has had, during the past 50 years PLUG CUT. PIEDMONT CIGARalready thousands of ppple, peach, ;a bucket elevator 40 feet long ETTES. CliX CIGARETTES, nmt m helping thousands of weak and ailing women back to LEVEL UJfEJiN. Other tags or coupons issued by pf, plum, cherry and pear trees, becarrying buckets 42 inches wide health and happiness. Premium DepL which discharges, them into two If you are a woman, feel tired, dull, and are nervous W. R. McClure, of Nft. Vernon, sides grapes and all kinds of small iQ cross and irritable, it's because you need a tonic. Why not fee, rqtary made two trips trough th, s par fruits. This is an opportunity for 48. inches by fay Cardui? Cardui builds, strengthens, restores, and acts culture, Mosf studying scientific K? screens whjch- separate them this week buying ppqduci.to plan besides being able tofruit nutsery ST. LOUIS, MO, In every way as a speciaU tonic remedy for women. Test buy into throe sies, the smallest of tl)e farmers are ready i ior yourseiL xour aruggtct sens LarduL Ask him. stock right at hoipe. to sec just consisting of dust aid chips corn if the day P9n"Ue warrfl. what you are getting, WH aW rfl irt iM Wrtli to: Ladies ArfvMn nnf ChiH itTi u.j:. ali IcrSpeHnl instructions. Mil book. "Home Treatment lor Women." Katfree.'jsS 25 passing through a j$ inch hole Miss Dahlia 3al&y was the guest Sattir, for making depot A TEXAS WOXDER. T C-OV .will be usedrunway at switches of Miss KMe Pripe from Blown., FOUND, the place to buy Specacles t.Xii.M 4 Monday J. sj J platforms, day until The Texas wonder cures kidney and Eyeglasses for $1.60and up. Tbenet of SoniBrs.et, spent last Sunday Silver) and Alurninum Fravnes. Gold, and bladder troubles, removing- IIMnPRTJlKPR anrl FMMIMCR nd bal,aj5fcn sid' The iest lubrication LarUIIU LIHUnLmLII Siie passing through a 3 ipol: With his mother here,--M- r. and gest selection 'P town, Eyes tested ES&Ss TffigSS& gravel, cures diabetes, weak and UHULII initLII S KX witiout carbon N hole will be used for bdjastjng lrs. C. A Hprrin. of ghopvijle, Froe. Years o,f experience. rheumatism and all ame backs, the main track. The largest that re heffe 1?st Fday ant Satr. rregularities of the kidneys and C. does uot go through the Reguday. Rpy, Iq)P Soward filled his. in bath men and women. JEWELER AND Cu?TICIA?. perforations will be returned by, regular appqitjtnient a Friend- CQX BJ?0$. STOR?p lates bladder troubles in children. conveyors to the small crushers jship last Saturday and Sunday. sold by your druggist, will If not R. H. to be recrushed and pass again Mr. .John McKinney was a very be sent by mail on receipt of $1. J Pfrfect oil for elder alroolod or wter V of the weeki into the elevator and thence to siok man the first "Mica aa'ociobiiiei. JIadotrom tin?,; ss. II One small bottle is two months' Jtanla.1erode. x A polo. thin. h!ch firo lot rnn"l- - v Sb-1,-J- X - . oil which bet-te- r, the screen to have the dust .w.. toij. ono MT. VERNON, KY. a uiuiiuiT inw but we are glad to report him and seldom fails to i. rntreatment, ns pnrchamuatcai. steel of NoinHi chtuod.Oilflivra Tor - v bbl. will Carb Anto Ky. W. J. Brown for testiThere will be two tracks Send bunl oil In Iroa !!! '" " one Mr. and Mrs, perlect a cure. jou for permanent storage. Price of with faucet, JS n.r rillm. Up Stairs. Baker Building, Xrao UnKriroaat70BreiuCg.n CtlAi. U. 5IULL OIL CO. monials from this and other states. 198 Xaqj oonuqo m em ! vm sbotd " ded so a car wUr fall under and children, of Brodhead, are Rooma recently occupied by Dra. Hat- Enjiliat", pavtrfa Gssil oq daais Jiaqj 3HBt uui etuos apusrra far (ua&sa irtartnerr at Warren. Pa.) fiejd & Harris. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive street ' tne screens one each for ballast visiting relatives here this week. j euiog t. Louis Mo., Sold bj druggist. R. A. J Chester Dare 10 Mollie 70 Dave Akin 775 Oldens. ilr, u v) ! MILLER & BEAZLEY when car Is Swannie Price, who has been in weighed and school at Mt Vernon, has returned be loaded it E. Mullins, the drumanother dropped in its place home.-C- . These tracks will hold about So mer, was here Tuesday calling or T. cars having jootu for 40 emptv the merchants. Miss Bertha anti 1 cars above and room for these 40 lesse Soward were the pleasant ' cars below tae plant when they guests of Misses Maude and Jali; f.i-erFor Infants and Children. Thomp.-on-. are loaded. ;last Saturday niuht ?" mnnKLL. This ballast will be put en the and Sunday. Mrs. G. B Law-rerc- e Fiie Kind You Have spent Wednesday with her track in layers of about one foot $ a time until it will be trom 18 sister, Mrs. .lames Maret, at Alt. at inches to u feet deep according to Vernon. Rev. Baugh, of Science Bought ihe setting of the roadbed using fclill, filled his regular appointALCOHOL 3 PCR CENT AXcgelallePrcponiiionror.ls a car on each car length of track ment at Chapel Saturday night slmilaiLigIieF3tfanIRrgiii 1 lingaicStomaciisaiKilJowlscf oC 'o it may be seen when this road and Sunday. J G. Thompson, flfTo I1, co , is ballasted and ready for tht who is working with the K b3"& t heaviest and fastest trains at Pine Hill, is at home for a few cu. v will have filled a train ol days. M. B. Jones and son, SimPromotes D;icsl!onJGu'frTtl- cars reaching from Maplewood to eon, who huve in Florida 101 &al ncss and PstCcr.tulns rxiScr of Gpirr.i.Mcrphir.e Rcr!irrraL Decatur or about 127 miles long the past th ee or four months titled SSpg ROT KAKC OTIC. which will take about 3 years have returned home. Mrs. W. H. time. Each year thereatter ii drown spent last Sunday with Sa:p:!fSlu.LlTnSinMl will require about 10 cars pel Mrs. H. P. Brovles Mis Dev,u 1 ji'sSann mile to maintain the road. Thompson, ot Wabd. visited Mis-- s This company will use about 7 Ola DeBord, lat Saturday a- d ) PSF'-- - cars of coal per month and main Sunday. Sunday school has bee. Eayo tkntitdSjir' J other supplies such as oil, dyna organized at both the Baptist and itentJy for omsflji mhe, timber etc. They will Methodist churches, wh.le .bourSlonMdi.uUrrtetj t! ; have about 40 houses which will church continue-- then with those residiug outside 01 Sunday school throughout the neLa aalioss OF Slixi'. the camps represent a population year. All are progressing nicely. racSicjitSiJiarcrecr of about 400 people. They will Mrs. J . M.Brojles peut Sunday w not raise their own gardens or with Mr. and Mrs. O J. Mniiins kh!?fw uu Compaxt, The Cej-aa si 3 2 i y M. M. Brown continues ver produce but will spend their t yOUK. NEW money in every way to benefit low. J. B. Cummins, who hasj ,2Ly?t jfi. every business in the town. been at I exington some time for & a S s- M a m : jf m vJ2 i Wages have already increased his health, his returned home .11 d iz ti fi f. 20r F & f r, f.4 SuTranteedxiiKicptnc V R considerably since this company it is hoped that he is a well nun. ' &$ X came to Lewisburg. Giles Shell was 1:1 Mt. Vernon, Cony of Wrapper. Esct THC CCNTAU.l COMPANY. NEW YORK CITY. in the course of his conversa- Tuesday. W. A. Todd was in tin-- , ,re7fflrayK'.'WSSjEn .. tion Mr. Sparks stated that they part of the county last, ' had to get readv for this work week canvassing. Vic Price spent by winding up as soon as possibh Saturday and Sunday with "i- the rail road construction work eonsin, Dr. H. H. Isaacs, at Bee they have on hand, and therefoie Lick, and was accompanied home VERNON CD. could use and would really want by his little sisters, tiazel and ; 2o more hands for this purpose. Gladys. Ed lrown and Clay 6 PRACTICAL T sissny away. In about o days or ' Thompson were in Mt. Vernon right a,( ili.',iri WJ j. j UNDERTAKERS iV, & 3."T'iilr'a. y. less the track will be begun toward ':IS Friday. John Todd, ofGouoh- - Z FUNERAL DIRECTORS, the crusher site on the Lewisburg town, spent the latter part of the j AND & Northern, and by October week here and attended services " K1 ISA 1J1 KILN probably the track will be laid at Friendship. Sunday. 3 Mt. Vernon, Ky. to the ,iver bridge. REARr71Qa and scle. nings and will to1 jl ' sjim-Y- i, Sill I I bilS life in BtriimU Always M- Bears the Signature tbi-plrn- iHHHil "At bi-e- AAf - LA J - In Av-crfi-c-l WdrruiX'it-.N-cls'uTns.iaTtisL- - For Over Vosro ruuio -- -. M I as ea.-te- rn g?F???g? iiiiM .,.-- - ? .. r - 1 -- xl. k -.; I CMET 1 i . I r , EuMsMSM& his COUCH ' CASKETS Coffins and Robes. al S t.t.. ot,i. !,, .. .: GEOR OWE&S, H s , j HA cr ? SB eiH 2i HsaB!. & j ! rlow BID LSS 1 r isa f r Hift $i. SWUtvuL osftiMMm c& 4 jj . ' ft ( '&3'kJ- W. T. DAViS. t :3Zr3CfecV j i 1 -- - Tha Womaift Tonic Children Qry I sv vsmm r-vaIP Sf - I l i ne - l!rI il,JLri FOUND! n, imw&mszx .- -T J. 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